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STATE OF OREGON.
8. SemUora, J. li. Mitvbell, J. N. Dolpb:
Cougriwinaii, B. Hi ruumn; Governor, 8. Fmi-
noycr; Secretary of Stale, Oeorwv w. Mc
Bride; State Treasurer, Gc<>. W. Webb; State
I'rinti r.F. C. Baker; 8upt. 1'ubllv lnatructioii,
K ll McElroy; Suprvme Judgte, H. 8. Btraban,
Chief Just IC.-.W. r. Lord, H. 8. B. an.
rinsr ji uiLLAi. irrrrrmcr.
i iniprl’lna Jacltaoii, Jueepnim-, laike ami
Ki.im.tu counties: Ctreuil Juda», L. K. Web
ster. District Attorney, W. M. Colvin.
j ai rtaok cot'XTV
Senator. Theo. Cain Ton; Heprinentativia,
S Furry. J. W. Merritt. J. M. McCall; Count»
Judge. J. B Nell; Coiuilinatoll. nl, I'. W. Tay
lor, Bu. Haymond;Clerk,M. Muller; Sheriff. J.
G Uirdaey- freaaurer, Q. B. Bloomer; Aiaowir.
I. L. Hamilton; School Superintendent. 1.8.
Price; Surveyor, P. Applegate; Coroner,
J. S.Pareon; Stock lnapislor, W . k. Songer.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1890
SILAS J. DAY,
REAL ESTATE ACENT I
Abstracts Made of Titles to
Of all kinds druwn up. espitikllv p»'rtainlng
to the suttlviuent of estates.
Joint .Senator. »V. St. Clair; Hepreaentative,
H. B. Miller, County Judge, V i ulvlg: loiu-
uilaaionere, C. U. Bigelow, P. Haiwu; Clerk, t .
K Cnanalor; Sheriff. James C. Moaa; rreasur-
er J *V Sin ver; Aaaemor. E. I . Hannon,
Schiad Superintendent. W. A. Massie; Survey
or < W. Havens; Coroner, Dr. Wallace.
Collect; r of Aeronnu. Prompt Rrmiltanrri.
SCALES. A WFI LSPKi TA
IN FIVE WEEKS BY
ICT KA REMEDIES.
ell you of the extraordinary
ura reumdie« performed on
lit of April last I noticed
lUk<‘ coming out nil over my
it nothing ot it until some-
ien it began to lock like spots
w^mortar spotted on. and
Hch came off in layers ac-
tpanied with itching. 1
ild scratch every night un-
| was raw, then the next
fat the scale«, being formed
knwhile. were scratched off
In. In vain did I consult
gedoctor* iu tin- county.
Without aid. Aftcrgiving
I hopes of recovery. 1
ned to see an «dvurtiae-
ln th»- newspaper about
uticura rciutdiea. and
my druggist, and ob-
te relief. I began to
notice that tl
dropped off anfl-. «appeared one by one, until
L Lad bc-n T y \,
I had th© diaaaaw-
hirtiM’n months before I began taking the
remedies, and in fQiir or five weeks was en
tirely cured. My disease was eczema and
MoriHsia. 1 know ot a great many who have
akvn the remedies, and thank me for flic
knowlege of them, especially mothers who
have baben with scaly eruptions on th»4r
heads and I mm I ic «. I cannot ex| rets my thanks
to you My 1» sly was covered wit li scales, ami
I was an awful spectacle to beheld. Now my
skin is as clear as a baby’s.
GEO. COTEY. Merrill. is.
1 am going k
cure your (Nil
me. About tl
Home red pt tup
laxly, but thou
time later on,’
THE CONGRESSIONAL STATUS.
<‘oMFABltiOKM BETUKKN TUE FIPTY FJIUT
AND FT FT Y-¿EVON D COXUBEM.
1 he following table shows the strength of
the i wo grest political parties in the nre.-em
ai d the next congress, compiled from the
late.-t telraraph'c returns. The Farmers'
Allinuce de'egutes are tiyuied Ut> witli the
Drinocrats with whom they will undoubt
( edly vote on .11 importal t ueues:
51 h I Congres«.
California .. ....... 4
Colorado.... ....... I
Fl BnBaCrjIlMCtTF.... 10
Michigan. ........... 9
New York............ 20
North Carolina. .
South Carolina -.. 1
uxiox s. s.
The Sunday School Convention for
Jackson, Josephine and Klamath coun
ties met with the First Baptist Church
of M-dford, Jackson county, Oregon,
Oct. 28th, 1890.
At 9 o’clock a . m , devotional exer
cises were conducted by Rev. Rubt.
Booth of Jacksonville, for one-half hour.
In the absence of the President, G. L.
Webb, the convention elected G. F.
Billings President pro. tern.. Geo. W.
Black as Secietaiy, and Mrs. Geo. Has
kins as Treasurer.
Rev. A. S. Dobbs, D. D , at this point
organized a normal class of 4<) memliers,
and deli/ered a short address outlining
the work of the claro.
The convention adjourned with the
bcm diction by Rev. C. A. Lewie, of Ash
countries, peoples, customs anti man
ners, and that we cordially recommend
him to any society or convention that
may desire to arrange for a series of lec
tures or normal instruction.
R esolved , 5. That the secret aiy be
requested to notify each vice president of
bis election, and that he will be required
to see that a full report of the work and
condition of the school in Ilia precinct be
presented at each conventon.
C. A. L ewis ,
M ay W ahren .
After which, the convention listened
to a lecture by Rev. Dr. Dobbs.
Adjourned, sine die.
G. F. B illings ,
O ku . W. B lack ,
THE TIMES JOD OFFICE
Is mon- complete by far than any other in
Southern Oregon, and compares favorably
with any tn the State. Job Printing of every
Iniagin.ble description done at Sen Francisco
rates, and In a prompt and first-elnae manner
PROFESSOR KOCH'S GREAT DIS
B ebun , October 31.—The great b«c-
teriologiat, Profewor Koch, annoumce«
that Iiia invention of inoculation for
tuberculoma include« a method by which
all vegetable para-itea and bacillii in the
Im man body can be destroyed.
The bacillus of diphtheria will be ex*
tierimented upon next, after the first
results of the experiments on tubercular
bacillus is announced. The bacillus of
diphtheria has not yet been recognized
plainly and definitely, but the forthcom
ing teat will probably settle its charac-
'er.sties and shape, as each
those hitherto identified has its dlB-
THl MEW DISCOVEkY.
Koch will probably come before the
public earlier than was hoped, aa the
Investment Securitlca a Hneelaity. Jackaon
The late political campaign all over patieDta in the "La Cltarite," whom be
Countv Scrip Bought and Hold.
1 have a complete get wf Map» of all the Sur
the United States was one ol exlraonU- ta treat ’
vey vd Land« in thi» county, and receive Ab
2 P. M. . Opened by aiming, and Rev. rary iute ert awd Importance. It WT
declines to open any
Joint Senator. C. A. Cogswell of Lake; Rep-
G. J. Webster led the Convention in scarcely less exciting than a presidential
entries made. I tin thus prepared to make
resuutatlve. A. Sniderut latke; County Judge,
letter« of inquiry until the result« of hie
J 8 Orr; Commissioners. W.C.
can save to partie» the expenae of a trip
C 8 Silvera; Clerk. A. L. Leavitt; Sheriff. E.
The President called for reports from contests in off year«. A peculiar combi treatment are fully nettled. Since the
Roseburg Laud Office.
W Gowan: Treasurer, Wui. E. Howe; Asaea-
the different Sunday Schools within the nation of local and national issues ac publication of bi« experiments he has
sor. Joint Smart; School Superintendent, F. L.
received 500 telegrams and letters from
I HAVE SF.VEKAL FIWB FAHMS AM» OTHER
bounds of the convention, and the fol counts for this situation.
F iuut-iiu,purveyor, 1« a . L-’Skeard; Lurouvr, J.
¡»KSlIlAni.K PHOPEKTY IN MY
lowing responded by their representa
Everywhere the national issue be England and America.
In the report of the International
tween the parties was the McKinley
Joint Seoator, U. .4. Cuffawell of Lake; Kvo-
jar prompt reply made to all letters.
The 1st Presbyterian church, Ash
tariff law. This is the old battle of pro Medical Congress, published in the
rmenKDve, A. Snidvr; County Judge W. a .
Wiinmrv, Commi‘»urr«. A. > . *«*<«*•»
land—Hrholare enrolled . ...
. ‘ 140 " tection and free trade, but on both side« London Lancet, Koch detailed the trials
. p<-riiiiiwion .to C.C. Beekman. E~i.
Jomw Cierk. W. N. Sutton, Sheriff. « . P. Hey-
Judge of tbl»
the lines are more distinctly drawn than lie was making of various substances
Banker; ■; to ------
Tlie 1st Presbytt rian church, Med
ford freamtrer. A. McCalkm; School Super!n-
Judicial district, and to any busineaa house ,u
before. In 1888 tlie Republican which, when introduced into the body
tendent. A. H. Fisher; Assessor J. b Me-
SILAS J. DAY.
Ikmougn; sfcocK lnapevior, D. ti. Jonva.
Union Sunday School, Sterlingville.. 35 patty stood for protection in the abstract. by injection, would destroy bacillus of
mketino orcouiiT», etc .
Now it stands for a definite, specific ef tuberculosis.
The Sunday School of the First Bap
V lew ol Fence in Position.
Tlu* «upreme court of Orvffon m®®ta at
T1IE SIBSTANCES EMPLOYED.
SMvm regular term« commenciug on tlie ttrsi
tist church, Medford.
M fort, embodied in a law that it has put in
The new blood and ekin purifier and great-
He asserted that be had found that
M mdaya ui Marvil nud October, aiao at Pen-
»•«t of humor reiiH’dle«. internally ife cleanae
81 force, to upbuild home manufacturers by
dieton commencing » hi first Moixlay in May.
the blood of all impurities, and tin*“ remove
tlie absolute prohibition of every foreign several ethereal oils, some so-called
The circuit court for ttoe first judiciai district
the cause), ami Cuticura, the greal skin cur»1,
dyes, and among metals, mer*
Union Sunday School, Medford . .
ait« in Jackaon county on first Monday« in
56 product that can be made on American aniline
and Cuticura soap, an exquisite skto licautifi-
eury in thi form of vapor compounds of
April, September anti December. In Klamath
er, ext« rriHliy (toclear th»* «kin and se.*Up and
county »in accond Monday iu June anti ttr»t
reetor«* th«* hair), eureevciy «pocieHol' ayoniz-
The demuc ats etood in 189) for tai iff silver and gold, and of evanogen and
Monday in November, in Lake county on the i
ing. Beilina, burning, acuiy. and pimply
revision and teluc'ron, »< in 188» they gold were remaikable in effect in tube
.Hird Monday in May and the vreond Monday
The M E. Sunday S' lioul, Medford.
diseaseHof the t*kin, «culp. ami blood.
hi October, in Joacphinc county on lir&t
stood fur tariff lor revenue only. Tlie cu tuie, surp .s-iiiig a' I other substance«
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c.;
Monday» in March ami Autfuat.
Soap, 25c.; ib*Holv<nt, $1. Preparcii by /lie
talk ol the stump and rhe newspapere experimented np •!». Even in the dila
For Jack-«-»it county the county, probate and
Potter Drug and Chemical Corporation, ®< am -
tions of < ne or two millionths they
coiuiuiiMioner»* court» meet every month,
............. 85 was »11 for an a iju-un -nt of the tar ff cheeked
the growth of the bacilus of
commencing witii the first Monday; for Jom>
C#~8cnd for “H<»w to Cure Skin Di«eaa«*.**
39 that will allow ua u> cum vale the f rreigu
ptiine county, the first Monday in January.
23» The Sunday School of First Bapt st
Total............... 176 1.7.»
mark t Protection na< denounced as a tub- rculos s. l>ui allliougli thus effective
I n. OATMAN. SUCCESSOR l’O J. O. HAM- (M pHgea, .*io t liust rat ion«, and 106 t«*«f imoni al«.
April. July aid September, for Lake county
they were also'ut Ij- without effect on
J • aker A Co. of Bonanza. Klamath county. Or.,
»•very alternate month, commencing the tlrwi
church, Grant’s Pass
................. 72 bumbug.
Democratic majority, including Alliance, 142
hae purchased a large and hnit-claaa zt<Kk of DllUI^KFS. black-head«, reel, rough, cbapp« d,
tuberculos s in living animals.
Mon<lay in Jauuary. For Klamath county the
I IIYI and oily «kin cured by Cuticura S«»a|».
firm Wudnraday in March, June, September
Bl CCEeSri L CASES.
and will be »old Cheap for Caah. ErerybiMly i.
l’«<« .............................. .............
157 tional element of interect and uncertain
Koch ha a been far loo successful to be
Mn. Dwight's Art Exhibit.
invited to call and examine good« and price« be
3>) ty into tlie tight varied with different
fore purchaeina elsewhere, xou can always find
On last Fiiday the studio room» of Mr-. Union Sunday School, Neil School
In Massachusetts it was the discouraged and thinks be has hit on a
^vliort I^ino to
on hand a full liue of
sub-ttance which will prevent the growth
Cheat pains aormowi, weakne««. Daicli' in tlie cp-ra house building Wore
bouse................................................ 25 state house lobby. In Pennsylvania it of tubercular baci JIns in animal tissues.
hac king cough, asthma, pleurlay, tilled fr.au two o'clock in the afternoon
Clothing. Boots and Shoes. minute by the (’uticura Anti-Pain Plaster. until »fter five p. in with visitors to a col Having heard the above reports, the sin it was the school law. In the South The wards of Ga Ciirrit-* afford exam
lection of painiings and plaoques, |.alut»d
ples of such promising results that be
Nothing like it for w«-ak lunini.
Groceries, Hardwi re
by her students, and many Irom her own convention listened to a very excellent and the West it was the Farmers' Alli has lie<-n granted a prolonged leave of
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
brush The walls were c<*mpleiely covered paper by Rev. G. J. Webster of Ash ance, and the demand for certain needed absence to enable him to pursue his in-
STEAMER SAILING DATES.
and everything generallj to b. found in a first-
legislation which shall assist the pro-
» th canvasses, embracing a variety of anb land on the topic, “Gospel of Work.”
on a wider scale.
c I atm Country tftnr«.
FKOM SAX FKANCTSCO:
The Celebrated franch Cure, jec. e. and showed much ability on the part The Normal class w » b then let! by ’ du era to prosper. And every where it vestigatione
JAS. MGHTON. Man«c»r
Willamette Valley, Monday, Oct.........
WiKamett«* Valley, Sat inlay. Nov.
"We may lie," sajs the Ixrndon
MORRIS M. HARKNESS,
was a year ot extraordinarv excit-ment
Dr. Dobbs, occupying one hour.
Bonanza. April 18 1888
Willamette Valley. Wednesday. Nov..
W||laiuet*e Valley, Sunday, Nov..
¿rrnrrt, "on the verge of a tevo ution in
teacLwr and to the city of Grant's Pass.
Willamette Valley. Saturday, Nov. ..
Willamette Valley, Thursuay, Nov
After singing, the out st ion box was an 1 doubtful result,, say» th Mercury. therapeutics. Bactrology itself is now
VrrUKXRY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Willamette Valley, Monday, Nov........
The students whose painting» were ex- opened, led by Rev. Robert Ennis of
24 | Willamette Valley, Sunday. Nov. .
Is S »LD <»X A
All tliis is the pie imuiary ekirmieu
Inbite 1 were as fellows: Mrs F W. Van
»rtiMl'i P«»», Orerei»
for 1892. Two years lienee all local is on trial in thia momentous investigation
The company reserve's the right Io change sailing dates without notice.
Ilvi e two landscape-; Mrs. H. C Kinney, Jacksonville.
_ __ fruit Siene; Mrs. A.
sues will tie brushed anile. All party of the Lancet ”
Office in Ahlf» building. Front Street.
Professor Samuel G D xon of Phila
to c ure any form
Trains emmcet with the O. A C. K. R. and River Boat« at Corvallis and Albany.
divisions will be healed. It will be the delphia
lfo a landscape ; Miss Minnie Tuff., Howe ■ tion by Rev. G. 8. Walion.
nf iutvohm div’iiM».
claims priority of invention
party of Blaine, Reed and McKinley
P. P. PRIM,
and laml «¿11X6: Mrs. 1. G Moon, several
Train N3 will run Tuesdays,
1 Saturdays, and on intet ni'Nliatc
- . Thursdays
EVENING SESSION—7 I'. M.
n^-essary. 1 Irani
~ I will -----.....................................
»... «, and
. . days
landscape^ end flowers; Miss Rose Galvin,
run M mdays, \Vv.lm«<ia>
« and «.»-i
against the party of Cleveland, Hill and over Ko h's discovery, on the statement
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. when iiecca-mry.
that in Octolier. 1889, he advanced
i either se*.,
The Convention was led in a song Mills.
T. E. H«> kk , Ittceivvr.
flowers; Kit'ie Tbointon several cHi.vas—
r arS a •.
• s;Mr.-A K I* a icli. floaers ard bind of service by Prof. W. J. Crawford, after
It is already p'a n that in 1892 we certain jertinent hyp-theses.
Ir*h 111111 • °xt■(•>* tvej
C. H. HASWELL
C. C. HOGUE,
Two cases < f slUtit consumption in la
which the large audience listened to the shall hive a gloriout coinbit, with re
UM* Of b’' I'l’lhuS, ATTER
P- Ag’t. Oregoa IhwelonrDent Co.,
Gen l F. a P. Ag’t. O P. K. K.Uo,
Will practice in till ©ourt« of the state. Office (ian’l F. A
__ Opintn, orthrot :h vo uiifui ind iM rr- scape; Mr-. C. H. Saldpsi'n. lal.d ta| e— very interesting lecture from Rev. Dr. sults of vast and far-tea«Irng importance Chari e are d> clared to (rave been cured
•iuldoatgoruHry Ht.. 8an Francisco Cal.
in the Court H >uav, third dour to left ot en
tioti. over indtiJ^cnre. A«* . him ti nx Lo^of I ruin I Cou tier.
by 1‘rvf» s«or Koch's method.
Dobbs, ”A Thousand Miles on a Camel's to the country.
Power. WnkefulmsM, Bearing down fains in He
The i a ients are kept in the hospital to
l«*k,Seminal Weakno*.Hysteria. Nervous l‘r -
tration. Nocturnal EmiMiomi, l.<- ;<’<>rrh<i a. ldz-
prev. n making disclosures.
J R. NEIL.
OCTOBER 29rn—9 A. M.
KtTiNti of T he F ast O ne *—To giv-
ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 1, 1888.
HE UNDEILSIONEI) HAVE FORMED A zineM». Weak Memory. Lo?’« of Cower and Imjr »- By malarial disease, tlu' h*nu®n machinery
ATl'OHNEV ANO t'OL’NSELOK AT LAW,
some idea as to how a horse ton
c<»partn« rnhip with nil auth. Filed capital of old age* and in^anitv. Price >l.<d i( t>ox. 6bo\< •. cannot half peMrm its nttice.
BECOMING CXI VERSAL
for the purpoaeof carnrinirofi a Gener
secretion, evacuation nr« disordered, the ed for half an hour by Rev. E. G. when be lieats 2:12, a lint is given
nd. Sent bv mail on r«*e«* pt of price’
al Banking Bunin»*«« in all of it« braiiehc« in for A f '» WHIT
here showing the rating tf all tlie last
. t \ «.I kHANTKK la given for blood becomes watery.the n» rves feeble,the Wheeler, of Portland.
The National Democrat, published at
Will practice in all courts <d th»* State. Office
>5 OOor ler rec.. -. d. to n’i’ iid the money if countenance ghastly, sleep A Hdurked and
In the absence of G. W. Howard, »ho ones who have made marks of 2:12 and
of Berkman « Banking House, S. E. corner Cal- every
a Permanent c re 1« not «*!* •< •«••t. W»- have appetite capricious. Tetrible 18 ’his dis was Io have given a paper at this time,
in tac Court Ho
Oral door to left ot en
Washington, D. C., in it« last issue con
itornl. and Third ^rt^a r ItKEKM4X
nf noth M<*\e«, who :»a •• i>r< *i , -r Hiieutly <-tired ease, fell its consequences. Tbe.re ’”• how the convention proceeded to the business
Maud 8.—First quarter, 0:32*s ; second tains addition»! charges against tlie sd-
THUS. G. KKAMK8.
by the uro of Aphr ‘ditiue. i’ir< »slnr free. AddreM ever,« known anudi.U* to the i. »»»►»»»atic that lay before it, to-wit: The feaaib lily quarter, 0:32; third quart~r. 0 31; fourth mintstrationof the census bureau. Amcng
H. K. HANNA,
iioison, and a certain safeguard Hg **,n>t 11
oilier statements the ltcmocrat say«:
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
malarious region« of our bout ® •|l'| of continuing the present organization, quarter, 0:33', ; mile, 2:08?,.
ATTOHNEY ANO CUL'NSKLOH AT LAW,
1‘ orti . a ’ Or~ in
Jay-Eye-See—First quarter, 0:335,; "There has tieen a failure in a majority
West, in bouth Americe, Guateiun* • an° covering the counties of Jackson, Jose
For «ah* at Citv Drug Store. Jacksonville.
on ti>e iatbniUN <»! Panama, as well a* ,n phine and Klamath; and after discus second quarter, 0:32)q; third quarter, of states to ascertain ll.e real number of
l«O| le living there, and the failure is de
sion by Revs. Strange, Kohler, Wheeler, 0:33;fourth quarter, 0:31; mil»-, 2:10.
iransiiiarint roiintiies where the scok
K(H*p« the largest «took of
Will practice in all courts of the State. Office
exists, this inimitable preventive m 111 Goodwin,Webster. Hamaker and others,
Sunol—First quarter, 0:32; second tected in Republican states, aa well a«
in Urta'« i»r:clt, up-stairs.
Does a General Banking Business, and Buys and Sells East
remedy, Hostetter's Stomach Bittrrs.Iun* the following resolution was offered :
! quarter, 0:33, third quarter, 0:32)^; Democratic states ; but thfl net lueses in
during ibe laM tinrty-five years, l»erii con
the Demm r.it c states, as couipaied with
R esolved , That in view of the geo I fourth quai ter, 0:33; mile, 2 ;10V2.
J. J. HOUCK,
ern, Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
stantly widening »be ar<a«»f its Usefulneas graphical situation, and the impraciict-
Guy—Fiist quarter, 0:32V,; second the Republican stater a e so much great
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
er as to indicate that there I.as Is en a
L»ver complaint, dysfiepsia, constipation, b, lily of convening any considerable quarter, 0:33*4 ; third quarter, 0:32V* ;
plan on the part oi totneliody to system
Gold Hill, Oregon.
kidmy trouble, rheumatism and det’ility nuL’,,er oi delegates Irom Klamath, fourth quarter, O:325i ; mde, 2:10V,.
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
Jack»’°n and Josephine counties, we do.
Nelson—First quarter, 0:33s,; second atically underestiu ate the nuiutier o]
ate o remt died by it.
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
Will attend to all buaimtv» in my line with
at the close of this tri-connty convention, quarter, 0:32; third quarter, 0:32*i; persons in sucii a way as to fraudulently
promptness and at rea^mable rate«.
General Agts. for D. M. I'erry & Co’s
reduce the number of Democratic mem
on the northwest coast.
dissolve said convention tor Jackson fourth quarter, 0:32*, ; mile, 2:10J,.
MONEY LOANED ON FAVORABLE TERMS
Potatoes You Read About.
conntv, > ecommending that Josephine
WM. M. COLVIC,
Staintjuul—First quarter, 0:33; eecond bers of the House during the n. xt Decade
Ui*t neek Mr. Allison Avery, who lives
by at least ten. We believe (bat when
.••tout twelve in ties down th« river, «re« trd and Klam.'tth counties organize similar quarter, 0:33*,; third quarter, 0:33ls ;
ATfOHNEY ANU COLNSELOlt AT LAW.
ad the facts sre known it «ill be found
fourth quarter. 0:31s, ; mile, 2:ilJ*.
4eral> • » xciieineni in this city i»y «La- conventions. Carried.
On motion i» was agreed that the chair
St. Julien—First quarter, 0:32s,; sec- that there haa been actual fraud in New
; dying twenty iM»t«tt>e« wb<»W agerc-gat»
"♦uht aiix'Q! ted 10IOI j»ouii<i:. The largest apjioint a comn'ittee of three to selei:tan ond quarter, 0:32’^; third quarter, York city and we are sorry to say that
Will practice in all the courts of the S’ate.
jUMi Upped the b*nm aL 7 poui>*t»
Th»re executive eotnmi te for each of the coun 0.33'4; fourth quarter, 0:33; mile. the character of the men st i he bead of
Prosecuting Attorney tor First Judicial
$ 5 u> |10 per 1OT
iMi'itba*« were planted on the 22d • t fa»t ties of Jackson, KJs'nath and Josephine, 2:11V4.
ttie census bureau is such as to render it
matrici, »»ihce in Court-iiousc.
1" " 1« “ “
of «Thereupon the folic wing executive com-
Plum and Prune Tris*»
. - S" 16 '
Piircliaserd of property or Capital Stock of the
Axteii—First quatier, 0:33; second by no means impossible that they ba •
rain and without irrigation. Mr. Avery
ROBERT C. SMITH,
Other treesand shrubbery furnished reasona
quarter, 0:32‘4 ; third q'laiter. 0:32V* > rocseirted to this frond for the purpose of
states be will have 40,(0» pounds fr»»m <>» « mittees were selected:
beni fi ing the Republican party. There
Josephine county—Revs. R. Mi:L*an, fourth quarter, U :34’4 ; mile, 2 :12
Send f«»r Catalogue to
acre of ins land, the same having bee »
ATTUlDiKY AND COUNSELOK AT LAW,
J. H. SETTLEM1ER. Woodburn. Or.
Stambou!—Firet qua' t< r, 0:33 ; s-cond is ample evid-Mic tl at th- poiiulation
11 an ted hi potatoes »-very year lor the ia«f G. A. Landen and G. W’. Black.
twenty-eight years. Mr. Avery, hr far as
Jackson county—Rev» R. Enni", F. quarter, 0:32',; third qUir'er. 0:34’.; ■f New Yo>k is at least 200,900 more
tiieri tPat retiorted by Porter's enumera
our information g< ©a, is the potato king of G. Strange and G. J. Webster.
fourth quarter, 0:32*8 ; mil". 2 :12*4
Office in Layton A Co.'s brick, upstairs.
tors. The au'borities of lire c ty asked
TAKE PUBLIC NOTICE
Klamath county—Revs- Lott, Gi ffiih
t' e most rounds with the small« tt «amber.
for an official recrui t and are insult*
ROBERT A. MILLER,
These pot nut*« were displaced at Sherer A
Of the Franchises and Privileges granted to F. II. ROWE
ed in pub ic prints by thes census offi
At this hour, Jacks m county organized fourth quarter, 0:33*4 , mile, 2 :12‘i.
Judson a un i at Boalich <t Coe’s.—[Grant s
ATTOHNEY ANU COl’NSELOH AT LAW.
cial« for preferring their r. quest. Now
August 7th, 1888,
Trees, Bulbs, Fertilizers, etc.
notable miles in the history of the trot l’biladi lphi.i, Baltimore, Brooklyn and
2 o ’ clock r. m .
other cities are demanding a recount,
By the incorporators of said company, now on file nt the
Htirtirr nf lOntments jor Cnlnrrh
The President called the convention to ting turf, and they will serve a» a pointer and the census bureau evidently believe«
Office in building formerly occupied by Dr.
That Contain Merco trgy
Recorder’s office, in Jacksonville, Jackson Co.
order anil opened with singing arid
must make to reach Maud S., wtiat that if the request is granted in one case
a« mercury will surely destroy the stn^e »»f prayer by Rev. F. K. Van Tassel.
it will lead to a leconnt of the «otire
Discussion on “How to interest tlie S'amboul must do to touch Snoot ami country. That such a recount may yet
N. D. YQUNC,
Tolo, Oregon, October 4, 1889.
Bee Keepers' Supplies.
parents iu the Sunday School"—partici
tie had is by no mesne impossible. If
cous surfaces. Bach articles almuld never
S U R V E Y O li.
in bv several. Following thia, Stanibuul s prerent mark.
the country shall become con'incsd
We want you for a customer. Give us be used except on prescript!« mx > from repu pated
A full line in «t<H*k of
te blr physicians, as the dum«ge they wid Reve. F. K. Van Tassel and F. G.
J. W. WALKER.
a trial order.
Ot a A rmy P snmonerh —T..e report tliat a partisan fraud has been attempted,
do is tenfold to the good you c:»n iM.ffiibly Strange led the discussion on “Tlie
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL.
the commissioner of p-naivna, just even a Republican congress will be found
Surveying <»f «il klixh» doue in u tirst-claa«
frotu them. Hall s Catarrn (\ire,
F. L. Posson &, Son, derive
lUtinner mi l at rcaoouuùlv rates».
□lade public, contains facta and figure« that wtll order the work to ire done all
over again, by a competent nonrpartisan
•ciai ulteution paid to locating gov-
O . contains no mercury, a ml is tak en Doobs, D. D , from 3 to 4. Question box which would be startling if the country
« rn ment lands».
209 2d St., Portland. Or. •io,
had not grown accustomed to them bureau.
COINTRY ORDERS A SPECIALTY.
internally, and acts directly upi »n the bi<* d led by Rev. E. G. Wheeler.
Catalogue Free. and mucous surfaces of the system. In
Factory nt Weidlcr's Mill. Salcenaitus cor Successors to Miller Bros.
Adjourned. Benediction by Rev. C. The number ol pensioners on the rolls
O. F. DEMOREST,
buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be .>ure you get
Tliiru and E streets. Portland, Oregon.
As A gu < CLTt BAL H ist from G lad -
on the 1st of July was 537 944. The
the genuine. It is taken inte rnally. and A. Lewia.
original claims allowed dur rig the year, 6T ose . — A tew year« »go Mr. Glodslone,
K E S i D E N T 1» E N T I S T.
made in Toled", Ubio, by F. J.. Cheney A
OCTOBER 30TU— 9 A. M.
to the farmers in a Scotch dis
a full quarter of a century after the cio-e
President Billings in the chair.
of the war, were 66,638 Thi, ia six times trict «here agricultuie was greatly de
rW'old by druggists, price 75c per
Singing led by l’rof. Shepherd, after the numb-r allowed in 1875, t»n years press» d, a-ked them why they dia not
J. C. LEE, M. D.»
AT CENTRAL POINT,
w 'lich the devotional exerci-es were after the end of the war, and nearly twice try the production of jam for th« city
P H Y SIGI A N A N D SURGE O N ,
cor dotted for half an h^urby Rev. the number allowed in 1885. The market«. He fiointed out that tlie «mall
Butte Creek Heller Milla.
HE I'NDEltSIGNED IS NOW taking oh -
amount of the first payment to these new fruits from which thia luxury could lie
Central Point, Oregon.
G. b‘ Walton.
ders through Jackson and Josephine coun
The roller process machinery in tlie
ub - convention then listened to a pensioners was (32,478,000, which ex cuuipoun lt d would grow well in their
Butte creek nulls having h-en placed in
Call« promptly attenditi to «lay or night.
I" Mrs. Dennison of Mediord, ceeds by (2,000,000 the entire disburse •oil, and that foe inch good« there was
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
on hand a complete poailiun and business having teen re topic, "1
— boye in and oui of the 8un- ments for pensions in 1875, when the always a good matket. The Tory editor«
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY, Wh»»re is kept and constantly
CEO. DE BAR, M. D.,
tirst-claM trtAick of
list should naturally have reached its laughed at Mr. GlaffMone’a kitchen econ
may cotue wiih the best ot roller process dav School.1'
P 11 Y S 1 C 1.1 N AND SU RUBO N.
Any kind raistxl in a flrst-clas« Nursery.
flour at market rates. I a ill continue to
Rev. C. A. Z ewis was appoil “ °" highest print. It is ten or twelve mil- omy, hut the Scotch farmca took the
exchange wnh farmers for wheat at the commit! ee to fill v.’cincy of Reaolutioi, 1 'tuna in execsa of the first payment in matter eetioualy, and have found their
Those wanting trees will do well to give me
following rates: 38 |>ounds of superior caused b.’ the aUsen * of llev. F. K Van
"*• 180) Tlie number of claims l profit in it. A large and productive in-
their oclers, as I will guarantee satisfaction.
Uffic»* a<»'l r»«’dence on California Street.
baker's grade flour per bushel without offsl, Taawl.
I warrant all my tre< s. if properly cared for.
' * »»ew Dependent Pension i duatry has epruug horn the old atatoe-
C h II s attendvd proinptly <lay or night.
Terms of payment easy. Produce taken at
or 31 pounds of baker's grade flour per
filed under tn.
‘ »hree months only man’s anggeation. It la along Home such
market price. ltWOlbs. of Peach Need wanted.
bushel and nine pounds of feed.
Act, up to Sept. 3o, U|
”• This is lines aa I hear that the faimera will most
A S. JOHNSON.
R. PRYCE, M. D.,
change limited, to family uses, in farrier's normal exmciBes for otto hour.
Jacksonville,Oregon, Aug. 1.1883.
after its puwige, wa’8 4fl0,4o_
‘he i eurely draw to tl.eniaelvea a larger ahare
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
' »he Burplua wealth of the country.
OILS OF AI7. KINDS, flour made in southern Oregon.
-'Ine is abundant, but all sort«
friends of this pauperis ng law as likely
wito and atrenuou«
A. J. D alxt .
luticela Williams lirlck llulliUng, up-stalrs.
■ • • • . THE CEl.EBRATEn . . . . M
That bu .,
- tor it. Tboee
Eagle Point, Or., July 7, 1IW.
Adjourned witli prayer by Rev. G. J. . ‘ these clain s are allowed the nen of people with a.
’ -nge it for
(In the .State Insurance Co’«. I uilding.)
A SMITH & WESSON .
J. 6. WAIT, M. D..
energies are com p t in.
J%ND BRANCH OFFICER IN PORTLAND. AbTORIA AND ALBANY,
PHYSICIAN AND SUHGEON
standing army oft ermany. And where who have it are ready to ext-i..
( ut ti is out. nrtd when yon visit Fort-
President Billings in the chair.
Has for «a»e a large Hat of
the cost of the German Army for the gratification« of various eorta. ..
■ The Finest Smsll Arms E>sr Manufactured.
land during the expoaiiion rail on Towne,
O|>ene<i by Ringing and prayer, alter year is not quit- (92.000.00u oor pension problem is to plea«« th*m Within the
the photographer, and receive (lie foilou- which the convention listened to a very list
will cost this, ear (150 000,000, .nd i bouoda of innocent and wholewome de
Office on Main «treet, in Childers’ building.
everything elw hnajrlnab’e In this line.
i , bi
"'reSSr1 ■ am
Grain. Stock and Fruit Farms. Also City and
Cails promptly attended to. day and night.
Mv giMMls ar<* new and of the best brands, and • ng extraordinary otic» : All prewntiiig instructive paper by Mre. Finney, to| i -,
lectation there ia a wide range for the ex
these slip» wid be given one dozen of mv
",en’‘i,’"r ’”ob«b|y' ercise of invention by the food-producers
best style cabinet i h «tos and » nr extra h r ‘•The gills in and out of the Sunday
DR. A. J. LAPPEUS,
o< tlie nation. If tl ey confine then a-lvee
naming for f3A0. My regular pure i««r Scfioul.”
The < >r«*gon Land Co whs »vippcfally onranized for the purpose of buying and .«mlMllvIding ■
Lowest Ruling Prices.
l.irg«‘tract« of land, and has during the paat two years bought and Mutidividvd over 3,200 acre«
ihe si»me work to those not holding th»«»*
The congr?gai on engaged in singing,
PHYSICIAN ANU SÜHGKUN.
E STtWABT, ol Eugene, owt e a iarm to toe business oi r.naing com »mi wheat
in uh of land into five to twenty acre tracts. The muccckh of thi« undertaking i« shown in the ■ CONVENIENCE In
slips in $6.<X> p< r dozen -it d |3.00 for extra led by Ur. Kohler.
<iivc me n call before <oin> •• sewhere.
The colv ntiui lui 1» xi li.i, I..,, eoporate limits. The and |>oik and b,of, their market will he
tact that out of 2«t» tract« placet! on the market, 225 have been «old.
Caatral Pol.t, Ortg...
LOADING ang SAFETY.
picture. This »« an extraordinary ct!» r, was then lead in normal work, one hour
We claim that ten acre« of choice land in fruit will yield a larger income than 160 acres of ■ Beware of cheap iron Imltatione.____ ■
city tt'ants to o|<en Eleventh street tiuriow ; they can wilen it, almost in
wiu at in the MlnsiHMippi valley.
Calls attended day or night.
by Rev. Dr. Dobbs.
through th.- tan», and jury haa said the definitely, if they will devote to their
w«o a to make it pa« ¡r<*npts the indiiic*
We h I ho make valuable improvement« in the way of road«, fence«, ch aring the land. etc. a Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price Liat to
Alter the conclusion of normal woik, damage to .Mr. Siewert is worth ,965 buHineaa die a. me k:t d of ingenuity that
< a I at d see our work; it speaks
DR. S. DANIELSON.
lor it«e!f This hold* g<x»d until Novem the convention took pledges amounting’ Im. l'.ugeue timirrf says this is an exor nianufactunr» of a l clue»«-« ate con
to $64 50 lor the county work next bitant kuui and tha: it is not likely that tl • stantly exorcising in the r eff irta to at
B- C. T owkf .
Studio cor. Ftrst and Morrison St*. y. ar.
city will put tbeatiei-tibrough at preset t. tract to their own coffee the abundance
PHYSICIAN A N D S U R G E O N,
Br’ng xuiir bubica to T«»u ¡ e.
Mre. R. Wheeler, of Portland, con A few years later it may coot a good deal o. the land.—Wcufiuiiton Gladden, in
ducted a children’s meeting for 30 min more, however.
FURNITURE FOR SALÉ
Io'atl IMuon Cared.
AfSEBaok B iston , of Lane county, is
Special attention riven to Chronic Diaeaa©©.
and adjourned with the benediction.
A C.VtB IN POINT.
I uni a painter by trade Three rear«
After the California & Oregon Land Co.,
KVKNINO HK88ION—” P. M.
. r mi v. vv.,
E. P. CEARY, M. D.
HOTEL FOR RENT
ano I bad a bad ease of L-ad Puieon, caused
Song service led by Pref. Shepherd.
In oar Gretstbers’ days, pimplee were attrib« owners of the military ro«d land grant.
by using rubber paint. I was rured in a
Rev. R. G Wheeler was called out to ed to diseased blood. Bat modem medietas bat i;»Letoiore tbe C0®Pany has paid shoot
H V 3 1 C I A X AMD S U K G E O X.
short time by 8. 8 8. The medicine drove
WING Til 11.1. HEALTH. THE I NDEK-
»igiiiil desil i» to retire fnmi Inntlnem. »nil
the poison out through the pores of my represent the International and State -cmonatrated that rich food does not create erup- »250 taxes annuslly, the and being
Urti ford, Orric»«.
offer« all the furniture in Ihr I', j*. Hotel for
pledgee and cash uons by foollo, the blood, but retards digestion assessed at 35 cents per acre. As this
skill. When 1 first commenced taking 8. work, and took
Hamlin's Block. IL-ahb ucc on V
>. 8. my system was so saturated witli •mounting to (27.25 for Sunday School irhlch m Aes the stomach torpid, and the clrcn company bolds the land at from »2 to »10
Agents for Cyrus Noble Distillery, Jos. Sclilitz Brewing Com inx, which is h Kubstantial brick one and «•«-
laiieon tbit my underrlolbes were celorrd work.
ion sluggish, and In turn causes aa r*ifrsblsf P®r*<n*>*t will now be assessed, says
n<-eiall) d< «ianed for the h«»tel bimlncMA, will
by the paint being worked out through the
at a low rate to re«pouHiblc parti»*«.
Committee on Resolutions reported as andon af tbs pores which congest or become pim 'he Eugene Guard, at »1 25 per acre.
pany, Milwaukee Bottled Beer, Schmidt & Co.’s Sarsaparilla and brrenti'd
Oregon. tairts of my akin. 1 was cured entirely fo'lows:
For further particular« apply to
E. B. PICKEL, M. D.t
ply. The modern theory therefore is not to treat The company owns 42,531) acres in Lane
J. DEKOBOAM, Jack «olivi He.
by 8. 8. 8 I took no other medicine, amt
Your Committee on Resolutions would ths blood, but ths stomach and liver, and It is COn1nlT.' ,The ‘'»“inplions of the lands
PHYSICIAN A N D S U R G E O N.
h ,ve had no return since.
Iron Water; also Arcadian Mineral Water from Waukesha. Wi6-
report as follows t
under this new Idea, that Joy's Vegetabto lan«- will fill about forty pages of tax roll.
C. P ark L eak . Way nesville, Ohl".
K ebolvki >, 1. That we hereby express parlU* was eonoelvad. It baa wiped «st tbs Tne taxes if the company will now be
Choice Lands For Sale. Choice l.ocationr ami Price# Reasonably
Call« promptly Attended to Day or Night.
our thanks to the people of Medford for blood disease ” theory of pimples, ot tha old aar- »bout »1000 yearly.
)K SALE, 101» ACHES OF LAND—41»
» »ffice on B street.
their hospitality and the royal mariner •aparlUas. A case in point I have had for years
acres or farm land in the valley, good for
SEND FOB DEUCBIPTIVE CtltCFLAllS.
fruit or grain.
All . ffort will be made in the ncx le^h- in which they have carol for tie mm« spells of Indigestion and dyspepsia "-4 s-s-H nxrA'KRjvjrcaa— liqui . m
DR. W. STANFIELD,
Two thousand six hundr.sl acres foot-hill
1» aU thn NarMtAers to to>t •». Cwra
biture to make it a law to publish the law. bera of this convention ; and to the nearly everything. Finally I took ona ot th«
K L K CT I C PHYSICIAN.
of the state in Uie newspa, era. We lieheve Baptist society for the use of their leading sanaparlUaa It did not help am, bm
Farm tor Sale
ing or stockraising. This track of land has
•r. Hawaa »sides Spreine.
J. R. WRITSMAN, Vli-e-Preeident. over
that rvi-ry farmer in the stile would be church.
Haa lucatvd in Ashland. Or., for the practice W. F. READ. President.
seven mills of fencing, dwelllng.liouse
pimples tn break out on my face, which I
It can be given in a cup ot tea or coffee
ot bln prof**M*i<>n. Mak*« all chronic aiaeaaca, J, L. CO WAN, Treaeurer
A go<xl farm and st<x-k ranch,containing 100
J. K. ELDERKIN, Bee. and Mansgm water.
K esoi . vkp , 2- That we hereby expre ■ was told was caused by the potash it contained.
•uch hh Rheumatism. A «th ma, Pile«, Kidney
acres; 100 acres under fence, «0 acres in culti the laws are liard'y accessible t» »II mir om thanks to the chairman, G. F. Bil Hearing that Joy's Vegetal de SarsapariUa did not without the knowledge of thepereon taking
Complaint», etc., a «pecialtv.
it. effecting a ipeedy and permanent cure,
Call on or address
J. 8. HEltRIN,
vation. O»xxl house and outbuilding« and <i acor, "bile ti publi-bed <nce in ibe
Ashland Jiu-kson Co.. Or.
necessary barn room. Fruit enough for a newrp.ipera In ea- li county they could be lings. for the efficient and impartial contain mineral and might act dlfferenUy, I eeat whether the patient is a moderate drinker
«mall family. Two living spring« on the place,
J. H. BENNETT. M. D.,
manner in which he lias presided over fur It The pimples disappeared lmmadiadelyaad or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands ol
iiHndy forst<K*k ami Irrigation purposes, fbe ob'amed by all al a very email cost. It is this convention,
1 Itava now after months had no return of tha old drunkards bare been cured who have taken
following property will go with the place: 4 to be imped that a law to this eff ct will be
the Golden Specific in their coffee without
horses, harness, wagon, plow harrow cult Iva. passed by our next legislature.
R ebilved , 3. Tliat we tender our «palls, n U a cure for Indigestion and dyspepeto their knowledge, and to-day believe they
Grant , Fas,. Oregon.
tor. mower and reaper combined, sulky rake,
and the attendant face eruptions."
quit drinking of their own free will. No
and all necessary band tools. The place ia lo
UtBcvat present at the Bagley Hotel.
Maa. c. D. «ruasr,
harmful «fleet results from ita admintetra-
Mhx) wBndBVtat«UYBd. Bonks Uamed
<•( Portland, for tlmir presence and help in
cated three miles n«>rtbwcMt of Eagle Point
•* Itoir to Cart All li/tin
in mm reartuw. Teetim**ni»ln fr m all
Coraa guaranteed. Send for circular
pRff* <«f the fflnbe. P-*wpectns pvbt
CA.MH I’ j VII) UP. «60,000. oo
station. If sold before harvest th<* crop will
b:iaply apply *^ waypb *« O dttmkpt .** N o
and fall particulars. Addrs«a in confidanca
Fnrr. p<*nt cn nnplkatinn t-; Prof.
Ki 8 lved 4. That wa recognize the |
may »re mnnfl o«
go with the place. A small bunch of eatth-and intonai lurdicin»* required. Cure« tetter,
"« A. leurtr«*. XI7 F’*tb Ave. Ne« \\>vt
8PZCIFIC CO.. 185 Baes btrtot
filo at Grò. P.
some hogs will be sold also. If desire»!. Terms eczema, itch, nil eruption» on the fave. hand«, R v A. «.Dobbs, D. D., a» a person of Children Crv for PifrhAr*« foainrla* Cincinnati, O
- -------- ---------- Howr.LL A Co’S
,vcw.p.|w-r Arfvertlaing Bureau <10 Sprno«
AULn I ö I’AIIt. At binili' or to travel. chaser. For particulars enqpireon the place healthy. Its rent healing and curative pow •ioitrial work in convention, and of
i tout I, w hero xlver. aia,,»«
ers arc poas4«aed by no other remedy. Aik
Team furnlabcl free.
P. O. V CKEKY of the proprietor.
Cure« in fifteen minutos ; Preston a "Sa
a lecturer on oriental
ourdrurgiit for dWAYMB’llQlVTMBIiT.
p j :
NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
Oregon Pacific K KJ Oregon Development Co.’s Steamers
MX EXTRNORDIKME Y CMMPMIGX
I Can't Breathe.
FREIGHTS & FARES THE LOWEST
BEEKMAN & REAMES'
Successors to C. C. Beekman’s Bank,
Jackson County Bank
Fruit, Shade nnameilal and Hal Trees
NO APHIS OR LICE ON TREES
Tolo Townsite and Milling Co.
J. C. CARSON,
Sash, Doors, Blinds
WINDOW IND PLATE GLASS
F. L. Posson & Son,
GRIFFIS fc WALKER,
White I’iue, Yellow Pine, Red and Yellow Fir Lumber, FRUIT
GOLD HILL, OREGON.
JOS. C. SHERIDAN, PROPRIETOR
SAW MILLS ON SAM’S CREEK.
THE OREGON LAND CO
SEND FOR PAMPHLETS. MAPS
IN SOUTHERN OREGON
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, O
C. B. FITZGERALD,
63 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
The Fanners and Merchants Insurance Company.
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000.
u^^e'^iiEW YORK, WM. ULRICH. Oistrict Age.it