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¿Democratica ini cs
The announcement of the inornate of Mi*a
Hattie B. F«*rree of Keno. Ia*t week, to Elin«*r
Cleaver at Eugene. Lane county, wa* a *ur-
pri*e to many of the bride’s friends tu this
Peterman Bros, last week put in plaae
••('urlcy” Webb’s n«-w bar and furniture, aJl of
their own manti fart ur«»; not only neat and
substantial but decidedly artistic In finish
Hon E. F. Walker took s small Mieaf of
Klamath oats, raised by Frank Arant, to th«’ -
Portland Industrial Fair, and they prove<l to |
be the beat specimens of that cer«*al on exhi- .
Th«* yarn to the «•tT«.*ct that Reub Whit«* had '
di«xi from concussion with a club at Otry’s |
ranch ha* been p«*HC«-fully laid to rest in the i
“ 1 Star” office and Keub hitnself lias recovered
from his injuries.
Kanchers coming after supplies and on
caused Linkville to present a busy acene dur
ing the past week, and our merchants are
S. Sherman of Talent, accompanied by his
brother Jac«>b. who ha* bc*en lately visiting
him from Iowa, last week made tbe tour of
Klainatb county, and both will very probably
locate within our borders.
Both tbe Linkvill«? hotel an<l th«? Gran«! Cen
tral were ready tor business at tbe sitting «»f
Circuit court. an<l th» re is no difficulty in
«»«•curing comfortable accommodations, no
matter how large the crowd.
Tbe firm of Graves ft Li|m«*tt is no mor»*,
their creditors having closed their business,
we are sorry to say. Mr Ltpsvtt is employed
in a bicycle store at Han Jose, Cal., but Mr.
Graves still resides in Linkviflt*.
Ralph Roberts sold out his stock to Judge
Smith last week and depaited for th«* north to
act as special agent for the State Insurance
Company of Salem, bls territory being eastern
Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
W. A. Carroll, the popular soda manufac
turer, keeps one of toe neatest and boat
stocked Variety stores east of the mountains,
and is doing a good business. He is deserving
of a liberal share of public patronage.
Klamath county has but one hardware store,
that of Baldwin ft Renme*, but it is a first-
class one in every sens«« of th«« word. One of
the largest and bestsbx’ks of hardware, imple
ments, etc., in Oregon is kept there, nnd low
prices are the rule.
On the 24th ult.. a very successful school
dance was held at Tu’.e lak»« school house,
where W. H. Melliuoil has wielded the baton
for som« tline past the object being to pro
cure fund* with which to purclia*«) school ap
paratus. Messrs. Hayes ft Nichols furnished
HOOSIER DRILLS AND SEEDERS
TEACHER S INSTITUTE.
A teachers’ institute for the istfi j'ldb i d
district will be held in Ashland on Nov.
The Advantage of Presence uf Nlind In 24ih, 25ifi. 26fb and 27ih. which pr«>nii-**s
to be the most interesting and best ai tended
ever held in this section. C 8. Price of
Jackson, W. A. Massie of Josephine, P. L,
Founta n of Klamath, A. H. Fisher ot
During the Uteatrikeon the New York i LaM-.ail, school superintendents, assisted
Central Railroad, tbe militia were | by *iat superintemh n , McEIr v. are the
ordered to be in readiness in ease ol a rxectiiiv«« committee. The following pro-
riot, but they were not called out.
gramme has been arrai ged:
A LEVEL HEAD.
A niibeb C iHMuit, tin- I'r-niisylvania
non baron, is so iiapuv uver the passatfe It I^ookM 1.11«* u Tivltll
FFiCIAL FAFER OF JACKSON COUITV. OREGON of tlx- tariff bill, sliich lie know« trill
put millions in liis pockets at the ex
pense of the “dear people,” that he had
to unburden Ins mind to a New York .
DEWRITIC GAINS EVERYWHERE
Republican paper of some of it» sniier- LARGE
Tllk Ort*tf'>n I’ m ' Ce R iHriwI < otnpwoy fluoiis elation. It would have been in
ami the Willmn-tie Vull-y »ml C*>»»' much la-tter ta-te had tie uiibutdened
In an interview, Gov. Hill said the
That K ilt k oi L ili STICK ) o/-
Rulruui C j«ni>»nv 11 IV • tx-n |>l.i< el in his pockets, by raising the wages of his
MONDAY, NOV. 24.
troops were not to be called upon ex
th<* hwmin of a reewv r,on the putiti....... if wurknp-n, uf some of the consumer«’
i- S kì I Cheapf r than Tlfitm
EVENING SESMUN.—7 P. N.
the F um-m’ton i B't I r"1'* Cumpanv cash wiiii h the new law presents him
emergency had not arisen, therefore M UBÍC................................................................................................
cali bc bouf/ht aiiy-
A h UHlial in the off year tiie congre»-
res* of Welcome Prof. P. A. Gvt.zAshland.
of Sew Turk.
they would not be ordered out. He re- Add
BeapoiiM.......................... Col. Robert A. Miller
elections in thermit weie largely
rm: young Czarovitch of Russia Las HioDtil
ii'herc in thè Country.
Tux Speaker ffiJ u ■« g«t tbeusiml vote made up his mind, spite of all parental favorable to the Democracy, anil the
with which he had had experience, and Lecture....Prof. II. L. Benson, Grant's Pas*.
of thank, which the House triHicr that uppusltion to trot around the globe, ami leading Republican juurnals now concede
TUESDAY. NOV. 25
officer at the dose 0 of each session, be- will probably view the elephants and a Iteinocratic majority in the house of 50.
only point at which there had then been
eanae no P ti.o ~„t
r.it would move fur its t hinatown in San Francisco before Possibly the amended estimates may
MORNING SESSION.—9 A. M.
: 1. Tb» y (lol not feel that they
many months roll ’round. A peculiar snow a repetition of the tidal wave oi
there a deputy-sheriff had lost his head LaiiKUHgc L«*fwons. Prof. P A. G««tz Ashland.
owed Mr. Kee«i any thanas.
feature of the tour will lie the fact that 1874. Certain it is that the Democrat«
Moral* and Manner*........ Prof. J. B. Horner of
and precipitated an encounter.
the “trusted officer,” under who«« care have cained three cong-cs-men in the
The strike continued several weeks
Kindergarten work which aids in teaching
Sil < ÌMÌÌKU ÍOII
the young man wi I see the sights, will New F.'iglat d state« and Lave c.rried the
and there was riotous action at various
drawing, Mis* Ada M. Reynold*.
be tu-ld resporsible for tiie piinc-.-’« legislature of New Hani|wliire, in>uiing
points along the road, but the civil
safety. That trusted officer will live ai.d a l> nmcratie sncceiwh» t • Sena'or Blair.
authorities were able to cope with it Mean* and expedient* found helpful in *<•li«*»l
Ui** r< wnt declara-
lw*vll en.p oy. i
Tin-' elect llUHsell, Itenio rat, governor
without calling on tbe militia.
room work, opened by Prof. E. L. Smith.
wan «be an exile, should the royal young
The test of a man’s real ability comes
hi- o-l come to grief when away from the m MassachuH It- by 10 OtM) cut veiled p'u-
AFTERNOON SESSION.- 1.30 P. M.
ab ut ready to r<
raLty, and C ngreasiuanJLudge's pi incely
when an emergency arises which makes Music.............................. . . .
Supt. E. B, McElroy
inaj nty of 50i)0 two ye..re ago was cut
a hasty call on his good judgment and Geograpliy.......... Gus. ........
down to le«s than 1000 last Tuesday.
discretion. The man who retains his Primary Instruction. Mi** Mary Tyler,Grnnt'*
retary Noble, asking a new enumera Tiie Democrats gain three congressmen
presence of mind, maintains bis equi
tion of New York city. Hesays the al in New York, pr b.bly (our in New
poise and exercises sound discretion at
leged diff.'ience of 200,000 names will Jersey, and tour in Ohio, provided pro
County School*., opened by Prof L. A .
such critical junctures, is to lie relied on Grading
lx < A«l Harris->n appumts Grr-sbam
and will be put to the front.
to th« »uprem« • Ix-mh, the latest advices make adifference to the stale of at least tectionist money ha- not carried Mc
EVENING SESSION. —7 P M.
that he will promote one metnlier of congress in the next ap Kinley through, his district living still in
Men with level beads have the staying Music....................................................
ar« to the effect
qualities which do not falter In the face Recitation
Law partner M li«-r to Gresham'» present portionment. and a vote in the electoral dout t. In the Southern B'atea at leant a
place un tl.e l’> circuit bench. Noble college. He further says the secretary’s dozen Democratic niembe'S have been
of danger. Otis A. Cole, of Kinsman,O., Music...................................................
June 10, 18(H), writes: “In the fall of Lecture. ... Rev. J . K. N. Bi ll ot 1 lie “(’omp«*n-
of tbeinletior depart'iiu-nt lobe attorney eontidenqe tn the thoroughness of the gained. Both par iesstid Claim I’ennayl-
1838 I was feeling very ill. 1 consulted
general, arui a Fecific coast man to be federal ceneu« is not shared by a large vania, and it is poeHible that Pattison,
portion of the people of New York city. Democrat, is elected by 10,000 majority.
a dix-tor and hv said 1 had Bright’s dis
secretary uf tit« interni-.
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 2»i.
He saysall the enumerators were Reptib
pense of the kidnevs and that he would
Botli patties claim a gam of one con-
bean partisans, appointed for past politi gresi-maii m California, and tiiegovernor
not stand in my shoeB for the state of
MOKN1NU SESSION.—» A. M.
Dillow and O Bneo arrived in New
cal service, and ttiat it was tu ttieir inter ship is st.11 in doubt with chances
Ohio.” But he did not lose courage or Education a Right........... Miss Clara IL Frink.
'York on the 2d inetat t, and will spend
Analytical, Sujit.C. 8. Price, Jacksonville.
est that ttieir party should be the bene favorable to Markham,
give up ; liesays : “I saw the testimonial The
several months in pleading Ireland’s
Literature In the Public Schools, Prof. W. J.
ficiary of tbeir labor.
cause before their countrymen
New Haven, Conn., and I wrote to him.
A nd now it transpires that Baby Francisco.
friends on tills aide of the water, twfore
To the party receiving th«* iargc*t list of
In duo time I received an answer, stat Corporal Punishment, open««) by Prof. I. II.
returning and giving themselves up to McKee's wet nurse is carried on the pay
In Minnesota tiie Denuxuats are gain
tbe British autholi.i"».
The mission roll of the White House as a ‘'skilled ers by at least two congressmen and
THE GREAT NEW 1LLI STRATED
ArrERBOON SESSION.—1:30 p. M.
will prove the more successful because (•borer,” and draws $75 per month possibly elect their governor. At une
particular. I took a good many bottles School Mariagetnent ......................... Continued.
uf Gladkii ne’s htai’y asstiralic,a that from I ncle Sam's coffers for the exercise time I uut of 5 congressmen were claimed
Busy Work, Miss Hattie Newbury, J setts in-
of Warner’s Safe Cure; have not taken
When Washington by the Itemocrats.
home rule for Ireland is not lar distant. of her functions
Elementary Science, Prut. P A. Getz, Ashland.
amlJeffrrson and J ackson and Lincoln
BY HUBERT H. BANCROFT,
Caiter, the Republican nominee for
Take a look at Nickell’s addition.
Gov. Hill is accounted a very successful Query Box ................................................ ..............
T he steamer Michigan with a cargo oi and tiie other presi lential shades wtio congress in Montana is snowed under,
ZVZNIXU session .— 7 r. M.
THE EMINENT HISTORIAN.
J a*. Leut.ard has returned from bis man ; he is cool and calculating and be
salmon, was disi-overed to lie on fire
an.l the hand of last year is rebuked. northern trip
longs to tbe class that do not lose their Music..........................................................................
EADY St last-only true H’atory ot Mor
monism published—Pasr'instlnK. intensely
wl.cn in the moniti of the Columbia
The nex legislature will t>e Democratic.
The new brick buihiing of Mr. Branden heads when emergencies arise.
Lecture, Dr. C. c. Stratton of the Wtllami-tte
Interestitur. |s>»«Ttul—Endorsed aliki lo
river last Saturday outward bound, and fiom the battlements of heaven on these
The Farmer's Alliance did no*, develop burg is beginning to show up.
Mormons and Gentil«*.
it was found necesaarv to beach her un
rUl’KSDAY. NOV. 27.
Do you want a watch you can depend
nearly its anticipated strength and not
WONDERFt I. AIlVENTl’HES
tire rtiit« and till her hold with water that tbe anticipated acme of American
A MAN GAINED 1« 1-2 POUNDS,
of Trappers and Travellers B;«s«dy ln«ban
a dozen congressman of that party are so on? See Pritchard’s patent dust-proof
SESSION. -li A. M.
War- I liriillnir a< counts ot Msssa« r«s ami
from the | limps in order Io extinguish
far reported elected.
Mira«-iilous Fe-capis Tin-lumouo itaultv Asso
I* h > a in School, Ml«» A. Janet
the fl ime«. Ou Sunday the water was lemon. Harrison seems to lie holding
Mr*. M. l’urdin entertained her mother N TWO MONTHS I NDER DR. DIRKIN'* RLE«- Memorial
ciation. Etc.. Etc.
Grant, the Tammany candidate is .Mrs. Worlow, from Upper Applegale one
1RE\ 1 MtM — EHER Seb'Kit (Irganiaations, Prut. J. 11. Horner.
putnp*d cut and the timbers of the Wanamaker preity nearly level in the
MYSTERIES OF POLYGAMY
elected mayor uf New York city by day last week
TREATMENT CONTINUED RY DBS. DARWIN.
vessel found to be but sliglulv damaged, line of petty jnlfeting.
Tiie Tithing House-1 eli-stial M»ri lag«-
ONE OF THE DOCTORS To VISIT FHK DALLES, Physiology and Hygiene, Miss Clara B. Frink.
over tire opposition
Strang«' lf.'hgious Custom«—Biography ot
although her cargo was almost a tuta 1
Don’t tail to see the new line of goods at
T he R ei - i bi . h tx papers are claiming tu-ion ticket.
PENDLETON AND BAKER CITY.
Brigham Young, as thrilling as a novel yet
Pritchard's in Medford. “Quick sales and
a» one of ttie gratifying results of the
ArTr.KNOON SESSION.—1.IO V: M.
In Wisconsin the Democrats gain one small profits is his motto.”
A gran.i fas'k to sell. Everybody Wants it.
McKinley bill ttie movement of British
Roy. Pierce Co., Wash.
Don’t fail to buy a lot in Nickell’s addi
—Merchant«, Farmers. M.shairlcs, «n«l all
Composition Work, Miss Eiiuun Coleman,
A SBORT wheat crop having raised the industries lo this country. Many Eng congressman, possibly two, and teturns
have eagerly awahe.1 th«* appearan«-«*
so far indicate tiie election of Peck, Dem., tion to Medford
Tbe tract adjoins tbe
price uf ttiat cereal the Republicans lish mannfai turers pro]«*e moving their
of this remarkable book.
treatment with you two months ago for Class Drill in Reading.......... Ashland Schools.
west boundary of our town.
slraightwsy claimed that the mciease in wm ks to this country to get ttie henefit governor.
heart disease, consumption, dyspepsia and Music.............................................. .........................
Lake France, late of ibis place is now enlargement
In Illinois both parties claim the
of tbe liver. When I first
price w»s due to Rei ublican legisla of our protective prices, and of course
Send quick «1 O' for costly and «l. ganl i an-
keeping books for tbe Buckley Lumber
t waste tune wri.ing tor
tion. This ia the sort uf argument the
Company o! Buckley, Wash.
Committ«a* of Arrangements— Prof. E. E.
circulars, hut ««-cur«* territory lH-forc it is
so confused that I could scarcely think of
politicians are using to catch votes to compete with American labor. Mr. doubtless gained two congressmen in
given out. lteincmber this is a sul.jrvt of
John A. Miller, of Brownsboro, thiswtek anything; ail waa confusion. Now, my Smitli. Mis* Bertha E. Colton, Mis* Nellie
Mis* Bertha Russell, G. F. Billing*.
with. Somebody soems to have forgot Cleveland put a stop to alien land grab the state.
intense intekest to all, and t'i.' Grand Illus
traded ior a desirable piece ot Medford muni is char, my heart troubles me very Ewan.
A. D. Helman.
trations attract attention
.-vary wlier. .
ten the UntVi r-al laugh winch greeted a bing and Mr. Hairison invite« the alien
The Washington Republicans have property, with a view to removing here.
little. The palpitation is about ali gone,
Commute«* on Music —Prof. < . F. Shepherd,
statement madeon t tie stump some year- Britisher to monopol ze our manufactur carried the day, though by lessened ma-
Agent Fronk hasbe^n empowerc i bv th • the pain ami distress in my heart, stomach Prof. P. A. Getz, Mr*. Madera Sheph«*ru. Mis*
ago by that sinning light uf the Republi ing imlu-tries. Profiting tiv the sign joihies. Olympia vs ill remain the State >. 1’. authority > t<- s. 1! tick« ts uv« r I', f*. and bowels cease to trouble me. The en Mflli«* Giddings, Mis* Ada M. Reynolds, Miss
THE HISTORY COMPANY,
largement of the liver is gradually going A. Janet Fube*. Hairy Van Tussvl, A. D
can party, John Sln-rman, uf < thio, t > the I when Harrison and high protection tri Capital.
connections to any p unt out uf Portlmd.
723 Market St.,
Considerably mure interest is being taken «town. So I begin to feel like a new man.
effect that the unusually g'sal crops ol umphed two years ago, English syndi
Persons attending the Institute «ml trav«*!-
In Nebraska the Itemucrats elect Boyd
My friends are surprise«! to see me look ing by way of railroad willpav full fare going,
ttiat year we«e tbe result» uf a Republi cates started in to buy up the fretories of governor, and three congressmen. The tn real estate matters here since work was
begun on tbe Medford and J acksun vil It so well. When I commence«! treatment 1 and return certiticat«** for tn«* r«*lu<«.*i rate
i ns country, and right goo I headway
can adiuinistrati' n.
prohibition amendment was defeated by railroad.
weighed only 9b pounds, now I weigh 113Jv- will bv Issued at th«* Institute.
they tiave been making ever since.
The best musical tah*nt of Ashland will
1 cannot thank you enough f««r the rebel
will find our Goods Fresh and New
A very pleasant social wai participated you have given me. I am sincerely your furnish excvil«*nt music tor each Evening
M c L xa . n auja that the I.uilding oi tliu
In L»aa Luth parties claim the state in by many of Medford’s young people one friend.
S ecretvkv N oble of tiie interior de
W m M< ’CvTciir«»*.
railroad l>< tween Jackaonvill« an.I Med partment is real downright mad at ticket, und the Democrat* carry three- or evening last week at the private residence
furnish accommodation* at rutwonabi«* rates.
uf A. 8. Johnson
ford w«a one of the conditions of the lo* Governor Hill of New York for hl« oft mure congressional districts.
Mure Cum By Dr. Darrin.
cation of the college at Jacksonville, and repeated charge« oi fraudulent census
The Monarch saloon at Medford, umier
In Michigan the Deaiocrats elect at
ttikt when he found out that the road work in New York city. Governor Hill least six ami possibly time congressmen. the management of H. H. Wolters.is prov
ing a popular resort. The best of ever) Or—Catarrh; cured
would not be built,lie turned against the and Mayor Grant declined to surrender Tl.e governor is yet iu doubt.
Isaac Wingard, Centralia, Wash — Asth VANNOY.-On Ito« r cr«-< k. Oct. a>. 1HW. to
tbintc in tbatiine is kept there
acceptance of the proponed Hite. McLean ttie cMsits schedules uf ihe recent police
Iu Indiana the Demociats carried the
Mr. and Mrs. A. Vannoy, a daughter.
The ladies of tbe M. E. congregation al ma 18 yeais; cured three years ago.
here delivers hi n-.ll of three deliberate «-«•nans of New York city into Secretary
Jo-eph Muore, 8t. Charles Hotel restau
All <»f which
falsetdMxht—but that is nothing for him. Noble's hands for fear that they too slate by about l'kX'O.uiajority and elected .Medforu are preparing iug>vc a grand ol«i rant, Fori land — Duly pus in the nose; PA YNIL-In Grant’s Puss. Oct. 27,1«W. to Mr.
anil 5frs. David Payne, a sun.
fashioned Thanksgiving dinner lor the
The Presbytery did not make the loca would undergo “doctoring” for jmiitical 11 uut uf 13 congressmen.
Y our E\aiiiiiiati’»ii i."
Coloiado seeuis to have given a Demo benefit uf the Church on the 27tb instant.
tion of the college conditional upon the effect, ami tie as useless in indiraiing the
M i « h Fanny Kennedy, Walla Wada.
A line was run last week for a switch Wash —Cross-eyes; cure»! in <»ne nipiute.
building of the bran li railroad ; li e said true census of the city a« the late govern cratic majority un tiie slate ticket of
from the main line of railroad to A. A.
G 1. Whitman, .Monmouth, Or —1> al-
enterprise lias not lali. il through, und tie ment census, now altnitted by all to a (tout .50 0.
Davis' ruder flouring mills to aucoiunioda- ness and ringing in the ears twelve years; J(INES.—FIELDS.—In Grant’* Pass. Get. 27.
tian ber-n tailoring arei lliounly for the have been fraudulently taken. Noble is
The Democrats probably elect two ate his extensive and rapidly growing
i*yii, Willimn H. Jone* to Mi** Sarah E.
pant year to thwart the wial.es of the in a towering rage in a small way over congressmen in Riiixie l-land.
K E Joslin, Tiie Dalles, Or — Di'Cbarg-
the openly expressed «nspicion that lie
The railroad people art making prepara ing ear 21 years ; cured
Tut L atest .—Democrats elect Govern
2*. 1KQ0, Jauir* W. Turvcy to Miss Sadie
nuns to build a very large warehouse at
would prostitute lus otlics by such pro
Herman Butler, ihe Dalles, Or.—Chm- ic
ors in Wisconsin Ctry 20,000 majority)
Till, approaching legislature of Oregon ceeding- as altering returns or abstract in Kansas, Nebiaska, Massachusetts, Medford in a short time. The freight busi rheumatism, contracted joints* a >d im
ness trom this point ranks well up with ihe poverished blood, Hzl ot years’ standing; M ARTIN.-KA YN<»11 -In A«hland,(let 2»., 1
will have under cunsideiaiion a bill ap- ing ami destroying schedules.
Minnesota, Mich.gan (by 10,000 plur leading towns un the line
given tip by ali treatments ii a til Drs. Darrin
-la*. H. Martin, of Ashland, to Mi** Augusta
pmpnatiiig motn y to enable Oregon to
A melting of the principal officers ality), ant. have secured the legislature
While the report is true that after the cured him three years ago.
make a creditable display al the World s of the principal express companies of llie in New Yoik. Tile Democrats will have
busy season is over Staver «V Walker may
H INES-JOHNSON -Iu Apph gat«* precinct,
Fair to be tield at Chicago. Some think country was held at New York last week over 100 majority in the next house. uisconijnue their branch establishment Washington building, comer of Fourth and
Novembe r 2, 14”». bv J li. Knut/« n, J P .
»•yrt.lkt I Hit SII 1 be appropriated, w iide The oi’j ct uf the gathering was toeffect
(;«*orge Hines of Washington county, Ore
McKinley anu Cannon are butti defeat Itere, that interprising firm will stilt retain Washington streets, Portland. Hnurs, in
gon, and Mr«. Pauline A. Johnson, <>t Jack-
evenings, 7 to 8: Sundays, 10 t<» 12.
others piace Ihe amount tttcessary at an increase of tariff for express freights, ed.
Alaska and Caldurnia probably a live agency at this point.
f5l>,l)00. Jltst what sum the legislature which lately have been ujioii a basis un-
taints, loss of vital power ami early indis HORN SATI EtlEIELI» In Appl<*gat
will dvr tn ad» ¡sat 1«- can trot now l>e i re ►ati.-fact >ry to therjirpanics. As a re
invested in four desirable building lota in cretions permanently cured, though no
cinct. NoVi’inber 2, IS’. mi . by .1 H. Knut/.« n.
told. Tnvobj i t oi a gissi display is to sult it was decided to order an increase
Medford, ut the same time expressing tin* references are ever made in the press con
.1. P„ John Horn ami .Miss Mary Satterfield
opinion that this is destined to be the lead ceming such cases, owing to tbe delicacy
both of Jackson county .
attract capitai and population tu <>>egon. of cbarg.to «ro into effect on Novem
KLAM ki ll COUNTY ITEMS.
ing i«>wn in the K »gue river Valley.
Tbe capital i< exp vied to co ne for per ber 1st. 'Die change principally affects
uf the patients. Examinations free to all, G ohe -I sh —In M«dford. N««vc»nbri •’». lKSMl. b\
Rev. M. A. William*. Wm. H. Gore ai*«l Mi**
manent investment ; tlm people are ex- rates between the west and rieatioard
and circulars wil: be sent to any address
Circuit court is in .'.vs.^iuii at Linkville this
peeted to come ami make fumes.
We point«. The ba-is is tiie express charge
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore gon
The T imes tender < »ngratulution* and
Numerous petty burglaries ar<- rc|M»rt.il by beaiiuiui «ir.«p curtain which Le Compie tient’- ability to pay. The rich ai d poor wishes
for theCounty of Ja«*ksun.
trust the propie ol tluseounty will make to and from New York and Chicago,
worthy young couple long lit«* and
has design« d wid combine to make it one treated tree of charge with electricity iruiu cndlcs* th«*
In the matt«*r of th«* assignnu*nt of Jas. H.
a big effort ami secure a share uf the which at present is |2 |er 100 pounds;
and Oscar O. Kincaid, partner*, a*
Alox. Martin, Sr., returned to Ids Oakland
ID to 11 daily
Ad private diseases con part«il on the « veiling train tor Portland their
ben ills arising from w liateVer a| propria- but by the coiirng airangenient it will home last wet k.
! Kincaid Bros., insolvent debtor*
htienii.illy treated ami cure* guaranteed. future home.
VNIiERHGNED. M. ITK-
tiou may be mad-.
O. Weaver ot Jacksonville precinct was in
be increased to $2.<50. This, it is under
Nicked's aiidition to Medford is anaiii Patients at a distance can be cured by
din. w»«s duly eluct«*d assignee of th« < s-
Medicines ami letters
commanding attention since tbe branch bom- tr. atment
sto h ! w ill tie the maximum advance, and Linkville lust week.
tnso'vent debtor*, at
‘ ‘Caatori».» so well adapted to children th n t Cixtorla ennw Colic. OnMipati''".
A t Huttenbu-g in Austria a young ti e rates to anil from all points west of
The prospects ar»- good fur a several weeks railroad, which will run through it, has sent without tbe doctors' name appearing
a m«*cting «»f rr«,dit«»rs duly held for that pur-
Sour Stomach, I’iarrha»a. Eructation.^
bu peri or to any preficripfcun
of th«* act ot tbe
gul has awaki-n-'d a great religious Buff do and l’itistuirg will be adjusted to
become a certainty. It contains many
Eaowfi to me ''
IL a . A bchkb . M D.,
legislativ«-ass«*tubiy ot th«- stat«- of Oregon,
C. 11. Hargudine ami wife, of Langell valley, «h lice lots, which wi 1 be sold at reasonable Vmatilia Hotel, The D dies, November 3d CHOW —On Kogirv river, Oct.». I"l»>. J hiih - s
craze by declui mg tlmt ehe Ims seen a conform j r< p.,rtionat«dy to it,
creditors n just
will wmti r at Asuiaud.
to Hie S b: The Pendleton Hotel, Pendle
1U 6a Oxiord Si., brooklyu, N. T.
rates and on the most favorable terms.
Crow; aged '? y» an*. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Win.
“manil-statiuii' uf tin* Virgin Mary in a
division ot t he « stafí * of debtor* who conv« j
Kills Worms, gives sleep. aW promotes <u-
ton, Nov. 'J'h t’loth; D»ker City, Wash-
The grand jury has bad plenty of busiuet«
tree, ami the firnr. ed female is iiuj-i'r-
before it uui <ug the week.
auer Hotel, Nov. 16tn to 22 i.
proved «let. in. K*. and amendments thereto
Without injurious medicaUocx.
GARRETT.-In .Uhland, <kt 29. I mmi . .lain/
the fruit season, not yet closed,
tun'rig the •icl'b.slmp at Ma'buig fur will pr< ht by the raised rates of tile
Another,bunch ot stolen burses is reported during
were 73 carloads of melons, 11 ut app es, 3
T ok C entavr C owpant , 77 Murray Street, N Y.
perUH-iarm tu al.uw ttie ,» ople tu wit- tariff. Il is equally undeniable, as al from the Bunanz.i vicinity.
ins«jlvent* are hereby uotifitxl to r« prc*eut
aged M2 year«. 7 months and .5 days.
Klamath dirait <’«>urt Docket.
John Glvini js engaged iu threshing in the
l.esa the mirai lo. Spite of tier religious
year shows a pronounced advance in the
sign««d assignee, at Mixiford. Oregon, within
fervor, stir is atile tu definitely locate tiie ally in. ieaseii. But bow is the tariff to neighborhood of Hay nvbViilc.
t bree months from tb<* date hermf.
Alva Beall is rapidly recovering under the
The World Enriched.
tree, amt seveu g-miarmea have in-en raise the wages of those who must pay
All persons indebted to tbe firm of Kitmaid
Ihecircuit court dtatket for Klamath coun
H. H Wolters, the mixologist, has re on
unnibtialiuns ot Dr. bumuier.
Bros, will pay tbe sam«* to me at Medford, ami
ty. prior to the sitting of the grand Jury
detailed to guard it.
li e art hbialiop tiie increased prices? Will ttie interests
The (aciiilies of the present dav for the
tiiatcan he t si.it every day g« t my r(*eeipt therefor.
August Bit-hn s little son was very low with
siiould by all means give tiie desired which are to profit mo«t largely raise typiiuiU lever During the week.
the kiud that pay
to C. W. Palin’s burbershop, on From
Dat<«d this 24th day of «h tob«*r. l*«0.
State vs. Munx; indictment tormunl'-r. Con to mat «ria I weifait’autl c« »tn fort of mankind
pvynrlt. Hint see aha' ttie girl will do the wages of their workers? Or are their
M. PI KDIN. Assign«* .
He has supplied the bar with
young business men, and hun-
Mrs. luivinu Pratt is recovering from her street.
about It. The ausp I ¡'ill grows ttiat the
state vs. Itisld: selling liquor without li- Figs was first produce«! the word was
citizens of tl at di-tr.cl in Austria must flecting that, except fur tbe tariff they
Linkville*s two big hotels ar«* running on and a fine billiard table can also be Ct use.
enri< hed with the only p« rf«*ct laxative
SKX»’-’ Capital Business College. Salem
found there. Give him a call, for hr will
State vs. Dodd; sanu-.
at us low a pane, as regards might lie receiving the pauper »ages of full tune and are well patronized.
State vs. btepheus; assault w-ltlia dangerous known, as it is tbe only remedy which is
<’. B. Watson Ims been in attendance on treat you well.
nee, as tl c plantation darkies I Europe? If that tie a sound argument,
court, at Linkville during the week.
Frank Clayt«>n, late of this place, was the
and’proinpt and effectual lo cleanse the ^v^meratetoftuitiou.BUMneSs.SA<<rt/t”''Arvp<-'vntinAU,«’'nL-1r,s/>(pa„dE^
wit south. Our r abie dispalr be» neg- it was as sound last month before the
State vs. John Shook; hi id lo answer,
There were l’rfl persons suhpwnaed to ap- jewr er who indorsed (’has. Wrinrrich’s
Po sítíve ?
But ii the tariff be peur
state vs. David Shook; same.
sysft iu gently in the springtinir, or, in Ah Lkpartiucnts. Write to either for joint Cdalugue and ¡.¡ kourus uf ¡«.uiuaabhi.
lect tu stale wiiat Hie famous biblical tar tf a became law
before the grand Jury this week.
state vs. Shook. Miles and Webb; same.
fact, at any time, and the better it is known
character wasdung m su undignified a their protection against low wages, how
Mr. Wisner, late ot Jacgson county is con a latge Seattle establishment where Mr
ACTIONS AT LAW’.
the more popular it becomes.
posiure.nur do they state whether it was 1« it that this month the higher tariff ducting a tine school at Haymuvillc.
Clayton is now employed. F«utunate y
Van Riper vs. Haywood: to recover money.
a pers.rnnion tree, or a plain, matter-of- lower, wages hv heightening tiie price of
< astel A I’erliogs are getting a big run of the young blood was iiHbned in time anil
Haynes va. Wilson; for damages.
necessaries? Unless wages are raised, custom at th«- Midway stables nowadays.
made to disgorge, and Mr. Clayton escaped
fact gum stump.
Klamath county vs. John 8 Shook: action
Ky Taylor will swing his razors in his new serious damage.
where is the advantage io wage-earners
oil rood bond.
Martin vs. John 11. Miller; to recover money;
CotkT Hi-Mikcg ex-i hancelior uf in die higher tariff, and how can it be quartersat the Grand Central henceforth.
Eastern parties have offered to locate a continued.
Th«-expediting of the tri-wccklyr mail t«> a big distillery here if tbe people of this sec
Germany la al < m to start a brewery at truly said to be parsed in ttieir interest?
Crowley and Hendricks vs. Graves.V Li|wtt:
IS NOW AT PORTLAGC. ORCSON.
lion will subscribe a bonus of
and for damages.
Feidricbsiulie. Tina tact ia to tie de- There is no danger of wages being raised daily ;s ua rm Tilly prayed for at Haynesville.
McDonald vs. Graves, Kertchi tn and Ward,
B. F. L«MX*cy is now one of our leading other privileges. 8. H. Hull is Circulating
plureii us the obi lebuw will by so doing correspondingly. The McK-niey tariff butchers,
Rheuniatisin, Neuralgia, Corti!
always prepared with the cho’ccst a subscription list and has succeeded in Hiilda Summers, executrix, et «1. to recover
forfeit the light to wear 'he grand chi bill was enacted in tl.e interest of the cuts.
HEADACHE. And ALL PAIN.
rasing the larger portion of this sum, al tuoTey.
ten., of "gent email ' in tbe opinion of rich manufacturer and capitalist who
Killen A- Wooden have the contract for (hough considerable still remains unsub
Th« C a I ììotbìb Potltive »nd Wegativ*
et al; to r«*cover money.
the ReVereU't Koli.-rt M. I.ean oi Grant's iiirnislies the corruption fund for Quay supplying th«- Kianiath Agency w-ith fresh scribed
W’e cannot permit this magnifi
Knapp. Burrell * Co. vs. Graves x Lipactt;
ELECTRIC COUGH CURI
Paas. Il will ire rrtneuibered ttiat when A Co. at each election—notably lii bcel.
cent chance t«> benefit ourselves to pas*, to recover money.
CURES COLD». CROUP. COR SUDI PT lOR.
BUT CURES r
Sikus Worden of Fort Klamath sold a large especially as it can be procured for su
Crowley v*. Marple; to recover money; ap-
the Grant's I'.m fnewer had rebuilt hir presidential y« ars.
number of cattle recently to a tali forma small an inducement. Not only would this p«*al.
Seid by all Drngfiitx.
Each 25c. 50c ft j
eHtablielunriil alter It was dewtroyed by
□reafiinger & Co . Prop *. Lo» Angele», Oal
Dawsun vs. Graves ft Lipactt; to recover
T he proposition referred to elsewhere buyer.
enterprise give direct employment to a
tire last winter, ins neighbor«, to signal in our columns this w< ek, to establish
(apt. Deskins of Keno has sought other
Knight vs. Miller: to nx’over motley.
their appreciation of his enterprise, pre— ‘a breeder’s slake to be competed for by sceues, says the “Star," whereon to smile ami large number of men, but it would furnish
a ready market for thousands uf bushels of
Carrv*. Hall «V Hall; to recover inon< y.
sented uiiii a Hbkcn banner with which two-year-old trotters—foals of ISM)—at captivate.
vs. Glcini; to recover damage*.
J.S. Sergent of Dairy is otTeriug bis goods
to decorate his new building. The local the next district fair m-eting, should
R«*uine*, Martin ft Co. vs. Noel; to recover
at very low prices in order to close out his incidental benefits to be derived therefrom
newspaper in its putd.sired account oi meet with the hearty end-jrsem-ent of business.
would ala«» be great. Let our citu-ms con money.
the presentation inadvertently alluded al) breeders and sport«men of southern
It is r« port«sl that Wells ft Slade have sold a sult their best interestsand not allow this
C. A O. Land Co. vs. li. It. Bloecher; injune-
to lire donors an "ladies and gentleiifhn.” Oregon and n'irthern California.
1 tits iiulier-tlian I lion IructiUcat ion ol the various counties composing the Mt. lorma buy er.
Nichols vy *. Bowduin and Sergent; to set
J. N. Phillips is now ¡n Linkville. having
ministerial gad ami conceit actually had Shasta and soutliern Oregon district,
been rctaim-u in the interest of the defense iu
successfully coutrovert the assertion that
tbe hardihood to publish a < ard over Inn there is now a large infusion of stand the Shook case.
doin and J. A. Bowdoin; to foreclo*«* lien.
an acre of thrifty, well-cultivated, producing orchard trees in the val
own signature denying tiie right uf Uiene ard trotting blood in tbe ol 1 Morgan
Central Point is beginning to boom.
Crowley vs. Marple; to compel specific per
Linkville Is full of people this week, as court
people, as lie ealied them,to tbe appel a- foundation stock, and it need surprise is in session and several criminal cast s will be
\V. E. Berry has Teinoved to Myrtle formance.
FOB THOSE W110 CAMXOT P0SS1BLÏ CALL PER- ley of Rogue River will yield a net yearly income of $100.
Cunningham vs. Fairfield; injunction.
tiona. We sincerely regret Bismarck's no one should a phenomenon apjs-ar tried at this term.
SOV U.LT, M IME THEATMKMT l'I.Àt EU WITH- average 100 trees to the acre, and the *'stiinat<* is based upon the dem
Coleman vs. Looselv; injunction.
fall from grace.
John White and Col. Miller pa d tn a fly
Jonn F. and W. P. .Miller vs. Henry Grigsby;
'among the y-iung-ters now and then. family <»t Prof. Bradenburg. Her health is
U THE BEACH OF ALL THAT WILL HIVE
onstrated fact that each fruit tree will produce il in value, net, of
ing visit tins week.
I Die only way to make it appear, is to somewhat improved.
13BTA3TANE01IS BELIEF AJiD A
frotrn va. Matilda Whittle; injunction.
marketable fruit each year.
(Hhlersleeve sells furniture cheaper than
The Western Stage Co. has not commenced
ttanoos occupies the enviable position develop the trolling instinct by early
Maitba Land vs. Louin Land; injunction.
running on winter tune as yet, as th« weather anybody in southern Oregon.
of Occupying a box-stall at the theatre training, and under tiie pr«>|s-r auspices aud
Dun Cowan vs. Cooper and Cooper; foreclos
roads are so tin«-.
“The most speedy, positive and perma-
Furniture of all kinds at Gildersleeve’e. ure.
dur.ng me Jiovemtier elections. a> d vet such contest«,can only result inlieneflt to
Rev. Lott is once more intcr<-«ning all
Bent cure for Catarrh of the Head, Asthma
it makes one feel a little IvO much Ilk a tbe bree«ler, a« well a« affording sjiort of hi-art-rs by his forcible discources, since his Finest stock south uf Eugene.
all Throat, Bronchial, Lung. Heart,
Klamath Circuit Court
Prof. Kurth is now a resident of (»rant 's
denizen uf anuther planet to he un the tbe bighe-t character to the public. Our return from Presbytery.
At ln*t accounts the following business had Stomach, Liver and Kidney Affections,
John Shallot k is again in cbarg« of the Pass. He is a first class musician.
wotl<i and vet not of it,during the bien lieople are sick of watching cut-anil dried
In other words an acre of producing fruit trees has a valuation oi
Lake Linkville stage. R. R. Hatton i | No need of sending to Portland fo: furni been transacted m the circuit court tor Klam Nervous Debility, etc. Consumption, in
nial political coulest. While it is some contests or hippodromes between old Clear
having retired from tbe line.
its various stages, permanently cured. #1000. It is better than any bunk—for the bank is sometimes earned
ture Gildersltev? keeps a fine assortment ath
wnat giatiiving to |>ose as the cynosure stagt rs. Give ns a fair field of hot tibssl
Mat Obencbaiu and Jessie Waters of Sprague and seds at the lowest rates.
Final Notice to Delinquent
D r . A born ’ s O riginal Norm of T reat - into Canada by the cashier,
Dame nature a trust-worthy guardian
of the national eye during our little June ed two-year-olds, wtiere it is anybody’« riv. r arc sowing a large ar« a to fall wheat
Martha Laivl vs. Louis Land; divorce. Con- MKNT and his MEDICATED INHALATIONS
Htidain and Markham have taken charge
side show , there is really no gissi reason race until tbe last beat i« trotted, and this season—a sensible mea.
tinu«*d for the term.
gives inslantaucous relief, ttuilds up an«i
Bohanan. the Phteoix drover arrlv«?d at of the .uorine r**Mtaurant, and are now
why we loo sin u d nut soon la I into line weinavonce more witnea* Buch sport as
Cal. ft Or«*. Land Co. vs. H. H. Blecher; In
Linkville inis w. vk with 1UU head ot tine stock ready to furnish tirai-class meals.
OTH K lb HEREBY GIVEN THAT IHE
with ihv rrgniai November list. A newly th«- o d b:ue-grass champ m a -aw jpi ■ hugs fur Klamath breeders.
deiinouent tax list of Jackson county. Ore
Lou (»av has gone to Portland, where he
J. K. Coleman vs. R. Loosley; injunction. system, thereby prolonging life. Weak, nourishment by making a cornfield of the orchard ground, and invite
elected congressman here might starve ago in the maiden four-mile contests ut
gon, fur 1WH, has been turned over to me. with
Ira Johnson, the popular aalc-smau at ■ B lendeied a po-nioo in a dry goods store. i Default ent«*rcd against defendant
the birds and orchard pests to make a restaurant of your orchard, you a warrant from the Hon. County Court id Its
State v*. Ja*. Dodd; indictment for selling
to death lieiore gcttn g a chance to draw the thorough bred youngsters on the Ken Rramcs, Martin A Co.'s store. Is convah-scing j His many friends here wish him success.
liquor without license. PI« a of gu’lty entered constitutions, ol«l and young, invariably must not complain that your horticultural methods have precipitated a IM MEDIATE COLLECT ION. All peraon**l»o
Ins tirsl month's salary slier the |Mople tucky turf. It is a step in the right di from an attack ol erysipelas.
borne good horses were in town la*«t aii'i defendant fined $200 and cost*.
are on said list will ph-aae cal! at my
gain frotn teu to thirty pounds in from
Mrs. G. W. Smith of Linkville entertained
have exhibited their preference for nun. rection in the fostering and encouraging
.Jackminviile and s« ttle without further <1« lay.
Stat« v* m . R. Stevens: indictment for an thirty to ninety days.
foreclosure of the mortgage on your orchard.
her sister. Mr*. W. E. Johnson, of Bly. and I Tuesday for « de. but the buyer failed to
Fur right long, weary months alter the of the breeding industry, tiesides divest
friend, Mrs. Bates, during the week.
D r . A iiorn ' s phenomenal skill and mar
upon the property ot the said de imjuents. in
J. K. Hayn«*s v*. Simp. Wilson; datnag«**.
Dr Lappeu*, fine team sold forll'iO.
«• cund Monday in .lime, a tiat-rrrukr* ing racing of some of its most reprehen
ord< r to enforce payment <»t said tax, it not
Mrs. G. McDonald of Haynesville nastakvn
velous cures have created the greatest
c* ngrersional nominee, even though sible features.
( apt. Werk is developing a fine Tybault
G. B. Van Riper v*. J. Haywood; to recover astonishment on the Pacific Coast and
paid bv No\A-ml»vr I.
up winter quarters at Linkville in order to
filly at the race track for Gin Lin. The m«>ncy Judgment by default.
t^’fhiM is poMTJVLLV th. last cal!. No
successlul at the js,ils. would have to
avail herself of our superior schools.
J’UttrMABTEK-GkNEKAL W a N'AMAKEK is
< rawley a - H« n<lriek.* vs. Graves
Lipseft; throughout the American continent, dur With half the care you give wheat-fields, and it will yield an i.iconic more grace will be given aftei Nov. I. 1*4*0. A
■lodge his const it it. nt trier ds and »aid
Many farm« rs and ranchers ar«1 preparing dam i* Un’s fine Graduate mare. an«l tbe datnag«**.
a great merchant an«l a great advertiser. to st t out small orchards, pnut tpaiiy winter youngster is «pule promising. Tbe c «plain
ing the past twenty-five years. Asthma, on a valuation of #1000 an acre. There is not a wheat-field iu this prompt compliance with the law will s.i\<
lieutenants, till bis violated pledges
JAS. G. BIRDSEt .
Alex. Martin vs. j. H. Miller: to foreclose Caturrh of the Head, nnd all Throat, Bron
Ju-t ta-f'-re tbe McKinley bill went into apples, in KiamHtn county tills fall und next i* also introdm ing to ba«-ne** a nice Adnan mortgag««.
county which yields such an income, and EVERY orchard does.
Shrrtf! and Tax-Collector ot Jackaon county ,
might constitute the wall« of his politi
yearling owned by John Wells of the lower
operation lie enterprisingly gave this no spring.
I. R. Dawson vs. Gnivefl xft Lips<At; torccov-
cal mausoleum. Why not have a change
We propose to sell you an acre of fine alluvial soil, within cannon Jm
The agency people were unable to secure vafley
llMOllville. Oct. 13, l*H0.
also Ear Diseasesand Deafness often cured
tice in hi« advertisement of Ins great
befo’e I he new apportionment, or as
th« ir full contract of »«WUU |»oun«ls of flour
J. D Carr vh . J. B Han Hlld \ Hall: to re- permanently at first consultation.
James McDonough having brought borne
store in t’luladelpliia: “Tinware is ad- until th* ram-h d«maml is m a m«*asur«-
ruun theieafter as relief can tie atY rded.
ad of his race stock from Yreka excepting
vam ed in rust, and very soon the manu sarisfied.
K«-Him *. Martin ft Co. vs. J. T. No«d; to r«v- A born ’ s essay on the “Curability of Con railroad, in the most beautiful valley on tbe slope of the Pacific, with
Georgie Woodtborpe «till under Swan A
money. Default enter«*! ugaiti’t de- sumption,” and a treatise on “Catarrh of
facturers will have ttieir way, and you
Hons. H. K. Hanna and J. 11. Neil of Jack- Pea rock a tutelage - will pr-.biblv have cover
one hundred grow ing, thrifty producing fruit trees, to be selected by
A Hmm. ib un at the coal min»*« in and me will have to pay very much more. aonvillc, and ( . B. Watson of Ashland, weil- «nine of bis stock worked at tbe Central
the Head,” with evidences of some ex
you. Buy it for a home to shelter you if adversity or the winters of
Morris, linno.a a., tbe direct rtbult of In view of tins alate of things we made al business.
Point track during tbe winter and spring
Th«- uii<i<-rei|rn<«i lias now lor hu I c hi th
French Tansy Wafers.
old age overtake you and find you penniless.
the passage of the McKinley bill. The some time since a large purchase of
brickyard« m ur Ashland
Wtu. Clarks two-year-old “Olene” colt.
Tlic-e walers are a sure an<l safe specific
managers recently advanced the price of kitchen tinware at what was a low price Klamath Buy. was recently speeded on a half-
Pr »f. Fitzgerald organized a dancing club
Fourth and Morrison Sts., Purtlaud, OregM.
coal 25 cents per tun to consumers, then, and would tie far lower in the face mile track in 3;24. He is a very promising last Saturday riight. It was a grand suc for all knulsof female troubles am) will re
move all ob«tructions to the monthly perl-
N ot «.—Home treatment, «ecurely parked, sent by
alleging in a published statement that of two advances in maker's price lists.
cess, thirty members having j dned the od., no matter what th - cause. They are
We give away the land. Pay us #10 a month, 10 cents a tree, for
•xpreM to all parts of the Pacific Co>ht,fur those wko
A large number of cattle, horses and mules first night.
the advance was necessary, owing to tbe
The club will meet every
J oun W anamakkk .
years, and we will present yon a warranty deed of the acre, and
art* now being purchased in this county and I Saturday evening at right o’ci«>< k sharp. whiteverv w«.tnan , eed«. ami can lie used Caxmot possibly call in person.
fact ttiat the M< Kmlry bill bad inert used
Mr.Waiiani .ker.in the cabinet ol Presi it«*ing dnv« n toditY«-i«*nt markets. Fair prices
sufely. F«.r »a e by the Livimrstone t hem -
Everyone is invited to attend. Ladie* free. cal I''».. rumufacturers, Kan Francisco Cal. All INVITED TO CALL FOR FREE CONSULTATION. GUARANTEE it to have a thrifty, growing, producing orchard.
tbe cost uf groceries, shoes, clothing dent Harrison is the man wtio say» th it are being paid.
C. H. VEGHTE, Ashland
Despite these facts the farmers of the country continue to value
and meat, as well as feed for teams. American consumers «ton't pay the tariff,
Jas. I>. Fay is now a partner of J. W. Man Gentlemen serenty-five cents.
The noted bilk published by Capt. Win.
They conceded 4 rents of tlie 25 cents tint it is paid by the foreign producer for ning. who is t*onducflng the East-End livery
stable at Linkville.
Wilbour uf Henley. Cal., in the A«hlami
advance to the miners, »ho, however the privilege of selling in our markets,
ing in the markets of the world with the serfs of Russia and tl
Threshing is still going on in this section. • Tidings,’’ stopped three days with Frank
demanded 10 cents per tun as their i lint Mr. Wanamaker as a merchant am) The crop is so large that the limited number Amy the first part of the week. He was
of India. “Export the wheat of a country and you ship away the vital-
HALF THE ('OHTof bototintr saved
equitable pro rrrhr, as the burden of Mr. Wanamaker as postmaster-general of niachiuee in the county are unable to «leafing in real estate, as usual, and Frank
to 8ior« k<•«•| m * fm . Ihitcbcr*. Farmer*.
ity of its soil,” says a jjreat economic w nter. 1 he people of Jac kson
MachiniM*. Builder*. Contractor*
the increased coat of necessaries fell are different Mr. Wananiakers entirely. handle it expeditiously.
didn’t gel on to the combination till it wa*
and <«tti«r*. Admitted to be tbe
A large amount Is reported to have been too late «nd his man had skipped out.
principally on them. Palling in their As a jiolitician, Mr. Wanamaker Idandlv
countv should learn this as an axiom.
Ki<*at«**t linprovi n^nt* E ver made
expended for firearms tn this county during lx>ok out for him, he is still making tor the
demands, they all went on a strike. a-serts tl'at the foreigner ) ays the tariff the oast month or two—principally rifles of
Every bread-winner at the forge or near the cutting saws, or tu
in taekie bkx k*. ft-eigbt prepaid.
Writ«* for Catalogue.
There .a a tariff sermon for you’ ft on tin. But as a merchant, lie gives the W inch ester pattern.
sound of the hum of the shuttles, >r the thunder of the factories, or
would have been a good time fur Blaine advertisement that tin is about to rise,
The Indian police on the reservation are
Kulton iron 6ml Eatiar Wkv.
Life is Misery
to have appeared on tbe scene and ■ and ti>e manufacturers will have their developing tbe detective faculty by bunting
E*t. 1K52. 10 Bruwh St.,T)«*troit.Mn li.
down aud capturing truant boys from the
preachedtliedoctrine that“.! «consumer way. The rise was caused by the Me- agency, who go a fishing in Liuk river.
To thousands of people who have tbe taint |
more beautiful and a larger home than ninety per cent, of the popula
of scrofula in their b’ood. The agonies 1
MULES FOR SALE.
Joes not pay tbe tax. ’ Wff care not I Kinley bill adding 120 |»-r cent, to the
One of E cho ' s latest acquisitions la Mr At caused by the dreadful running sores and I
wtio own the coal mines at Morris; the tin ta«-iff, and the good Wanamaker kins and family of Rogue river valley, who
tion of the civilized earth can claim to own.
st IISCRIBER. LIVING FIVE MILES
demand of tbe miners was just and right piously deplore* this and claim« credit have Just located on a ranch near there with
Write to us, and wo will send you our illustrated book of this great
south of JackKonviUe, lias several head ot
yond description. There is noother remedv
and should have been acceded to. Ihe and custom because he laid in a stock a nice little bufich of high grade stuck.
work uiules fur sale, which he offers at
equdto Hood’s Sarsaparilla for scrofula.
valley and our Orchard Home.
reasonsbh- figures. For further partu-ulHrs
KiainAitvrAQ« '<men are rapidly finding out >al: rbeum and every form of blood disease
laboring men are the ones or whom tbe of tin at tiie ante-McKinley price. It
baleful and unnecessary burdens of the proves ttiat tl.e laws oi trade everlast- depot or supplies and (ewer cross the
It is reasonably sure to benefit all who give
HCTtt ng P. <>.
inifty “Sfx tf tta htstuldin
gtarr rriwL Ha iunj to tfe* HttodV
iuCTwrel teettf "nM Lear Lv«"h,vt-
mfr w Wy la twetw» U3S tTirt’y-
THE KEYSTONE DISC HARROW
The above mentioned Implements and many other kinds of Standaid
Make for Sale by
STAVED Í WALKED,
HISTORY OF UTAH !
COMBINATION PLAID AND CHECK WOOL SUITINC,
SIX-QUARTER ASSABAT ALL-WOOL SACKINC,
TEAZLE CLOTH, NEW FALL PATTERNS.
TRICOTS IN COLORS,
HENRIETTA CASHMERE ALPACA,
BEICE PEASANT CLOTHS,
New Silk Plush, Velvet and
We carry Boots, Ladies’ and Men’s Fine Shoes,
Groceries, Etc., Etc.
for Infants and Children
CAM FORM JA
C uh J CATARRH
CULTIVATE YOUR ORCHARD
TILE FOR SALE
is WOR-TTI $11,000.
Tiling of All Kinds
IHE ORCHARD HOME ASSOCIATION