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FFICIAL SASÍI IF JACUOa GOUMTT, 81110«
NOVEMBER U, ISSO.
Stock Protective AiaoeUUon.
Pursuant to cad of the president, the
SiUthern Oregon 8t««ck Protective Ass««cia-
tlon met in Howard's ball in Medford, on
Nov Mb. al which time the meeting was
railed to order by J. A Crain, president.
Alt officars were present am! a number ot
An interesting communication firm W
M Holme», former ser reisrv. was read,
and a money-order f.-r $3 75 receiverl
fr<>tu him, beirg balance on hand from
The president stated the r liject ot the
called meeting to be to more thoroughly
perfect the organization and tn arrange for
gathering Ibe stock, and to find market for
beef in companv, rather than for every
indivi«lual to compete with each oilier This
caused eonaiderabie debate and lhe fodow-
n g resolutions were adopted:
Resolved, that members shall notifv the
sei'relary on or before Jan 1. 189!. of the
number of beef cattle each member has
on hand for sale; aud it shall then be the
duty of the secretary to try t«> find a suita
ble market tor same and notify members if
any is found
R solved, ttiat if any member shall have
stock estra«e«l or stolen ami shall notify
the secretary and furnish expen e», it shall
be the duty of se> ret u y to notify all 'he
members of the fact, and then each m. tuber
shall keep a lookout for said stock and
notify the owner if slock la found
Kt solved, ihat the association furnish the
marshal of each incorporate«) town of the
county with a brand b«.ok, and requ*st aai«l
marshal to examine brands am! marks of
stock taken up in Slid town, and if note«!
in brand book, to notify the owner, and
take rare ol »tce-k with as intle expenseas
possible 11, afier due notice, the owner
doesnot pay expenses incurred, the mar
shal may proceed to sell the stor k according
to the oniinancea ol the said town
Resolved, that the association are well
pleased with the manner in which the for
mer aecratary. W. M. Holm«», fultilled the
duties pertaining to the office.
On motion, the meeting adjourned until
J. A. C’BAIir, President.
Read the new advertisements.
Cures while you wait—Preston ,'s ‘Hed-
Settle what you owe the S. F. Vanetv
If fails, money refunded ; Prestou'»"Hed-
Why suffer? Preston's "Hcd-Ake” will
Medford roller tt-iur in quantities to suit
a' Kearnes A White's.
New and nobby bats just in at Kearnes
John Wood«, of Woodville, has tiniahed
rent -deling his resilience.
De Witt'» Colic and Cholera Cure is
always safe and always sure.
Mrs M J. Canning and daugb'e** were
Ri member that Dr.Marcoux, dentist,will
aboard the train wrecked near Salem maké you a full upper and lower set of the
Mrs. U. was injured, but fortunately not best teeth for only >25, and satisfaction
guarantee«!. His office is in the U. S
Hotel, Jacksonville. Please
Work is progressing slowly on the new also, ihat every Monday the Doctor visits
railroad track in the Cow cr«*ek canyon» Central Point, where he has a branch office
It will be several months before it will
in Dr. Lappeus’ residence.
No Griping, no Nausea, no Pain, when
De Wi t’s Lit’le Early Kisers are taken. tion at Ashland last week, was summoned
Small pill. Sale pill. Best pill. Brooks
law ha«i died, l«-avmg he«1 estate, valued at
$160.0)0, to him and his little son, in equal
An elegant line of „
„ '•hares. He announced his intention ol
good.«, for the (all trade, has just beun re returning again to southern Oregon to
ceived at the 8. F. Variety Store. Don’t locate permanently, however.
tail to see them
K«*ames A White h«sve receive«i their
John Howel! is doing carpenterwork on new’ stock of fall and winter good«, con-
0. B Kingsbury’s new residence at Tol«», «istinv, in part, of dry go«>ds, ladies’ tine
where the latter will remove his family «Iress goodj, fancy goods, ladies' and gents
at ail early day.
furnishing g«»ods, fine shoe«, hats and
John Edwards had bis hand severeiveut clothing, all of which they will sell at the
at tne (irdtio creek saw mid «me daj’ re most reasonable prices. Call and see their
cently. by letting it come m contact with new goods before making your purchases
ihe circular saw.
Ed Farra of Rogue river was here yester
G. F. Billings spent lhe week in 8 tn Fran
cisco ou businc k
Young Bros ol UttJe But'e precinct
were here yesUrdsy.
C. (J. Ragsdale is speodlng a while in Co
lusa county, California.
T. C. Liwof Willow Springs precinct
called one day last week.
Ijewis Shide'er and daughter visited Jack
sonville last Wednesday.
Hon. Theo. Cameron returned from Ga-
lice creek a few days since.
Miss Martha Matney returned to Henley
from Applegate last week.
J. Walz, one of our leading farmer.«-,
spent Wednesday in Jacksonville.
Beautiful weather is still prevailing,
Different Methods of following the In
junction "Lore One Another.”
'thanksgiving is next on the docket.
Miles Mee made us a cal! a few days
.1. A. Cochran of Tolo made our town a
visit a few days since.
Prof Fariey is teaching school in Jose
phine county with success.
A H. B-ioinsr, the mail contractor,
passed through lhe valley last week.
C. A Inlow has almost completed a nice
farm bouse on his Talent property.
The freshest and nicest candy
r. cetved at the 8. F. Vaiiety 8tore.
John Woods of Woodville recently re-
eetved a tine Imp press front Portland.
A marriage license was issued on the
11th to Nelson Hebert and Sarah Hudson.
Do men ever fall in love with each
Women do. Not long ago a young
woman in New Jersey was married to a
youthful laborer on her father's farm.
Sometimete afrward it waa discovered
that the husband was a female; the young
wife refused, however, though earnestly
entreated by her friends, to give tip her
chosen consort. The Btrangest part of
the diacovery was the fact that the bride
knew her husband was a woman before
she waa led to the altar.
If men do not exhibit this strange in
fatuation for one of their own sex, they
at least oftentimes give evidence of the
fact that they love one another. There
are many instances on record where one
man has given bis life for another. There
are many more instances where men
have given life to another.
It is a proud possession—the knowl
edge that one has saved a precious
human life. Meriden, (Jonn., is the
home of such a happy man. John H.
Preston, of that city, July 11th, 1890,
writes: ‘‘Five years ago I was taken
very sick, I had several of tho beat doc
tors, and one and all called it a compli
cation of diseases. I was sick four years,
taking prescriptions preacribed by these
same doctors, and I truthfully state I
never expected to get any Iwtter. At
this time, I commenced to have the most
terrible pain in my back. One day an
old friend of mine, Mr. K. T. Cook of
the firm of Curtis & Cook, advised me to
try Warner’s Safe Cure, as he had been
trouble«i the same way and it had effected
a cure for him. I bought six bottles,
took the medicine as directed and am to
day a well man. I am sure no one ever
had a worse case of kidney and liver
trouble than I had. Before this I was
always against proprietary medicines
bnt not now, oh, no.”
Friendship expresses itself in very
peculiar ways sometimes; but the true
friend is the friend in need.
We want every oue on the -
our establishment anil
those at a distance.
oast to become acquainted with
various advantages it offers to
To the Thrifty Housewife, trading with us means a large saving o
all her Household Supplies and Wearing Apparel.
Tu the L ady of stylish tastes, it gives a command of the latest styles
in the market and enables her to dress as correctly and
Mesdaiues Judge and Moore of Ashland
J. It. Hammersly is learning ty|ie writing
A. Garrick, the merchant tailor of Med spent Wednesday in Jacksonville.
and studying law in W. H. Parker's office.
T Pritchard, lhe jeweler
He will take ford, takes pleasure in announcing that he
Marion Hodges ami family ot Trail creek
Chas Anderson of Phoenix is now news
pleasure in showing you tns maiuiunlb will be in Jacksonville on Monday of each precinct spent Wednesday in town
week for the accommodation of those who
First-class cedar fence posts for sale in stock of jewelry.
agent on the Portland Ashland run of the
will 8. P.
quantities to suit at the T imes office.
The part}* of Burlington railroad officials pare.! to do work in the latest and most ap pass lhe winter month» in Ashland.
G T. Howell is now driving the stage
Cranberries, currants and raisins for who inspected Oregon’s resources, last proved style». Do not fail to give him a
Sheriff Birdsey bad a backset
last running between Jacksonville and Will
the holidays al Reatues A White's.
week, stopped over a «lay in Ashland, «all. Remember the time, Mondays of
Wednesday, but is again improving.
Ben. Eggleston has sob! out his fruit
W. J. Gregory and wife of Central Point
fashionably as her city friends.
Mrs. W. L. Plymale lias gone to Albany,
business at Ashland to W. P. Benn.
Wright’s Jamaica Ginger—strictly pure.
The Jacksonville Marble Works are turn
where her busband is engaged on the
An excellent remedy for cramps, colic an«! ing out large «piantittcs of monument«, made our town a visit on Wednesday
Win. Redding and family have moved to
where a tonic for the stomach and bowels I’Hubetones ami all kinds of marble and
To P arents , our stores are of special interest. Clothing, Footwear
J. B. Wrialey ami 8. H. Hull of Medford, “Herald.”
Palmer creek, to spend the winter.
is retiuired. Sold bv all druggists.
stone work. All persons wishing nice the real-estate agents, called yesterday.
H H. Sparlin, a prominent ci: zen of
Woodville is the basis of oak-wood sup
and Headwear are kept by us in great assortments and sold at
M«*e A Sons have removed their saw-mill and ex mine our designs him price«. We
Dr. Robinson and wife areexi»ect «i tore- Williams creek, was 111 Jackson' i le
plies for the towns along the railroad.
to August Myer’s place five miles from guarrantee our work tu give satisfaction in turn fr«»m their trip toCa'ifornia th s week. recently
prices that make it an object for people 1,000 miles awav to
Monthly installments of >10 will buv a Grant’s Pass, where they are mauutactur- « very case. C««iue ami see us before buy-
11 F. Wilkerson of Knoxville, Tenn ,
trade witli us by mail.
house aud lot in Tolo from Scott Griffin. ’•
made us a pleasant call one day this week. was here lately ; also G. L loftier of Shasta
Subscriptions for the 8. F. Examiner taken
Call on Pritchard when in Medford aBil
A meeting has been called in Ash-
at the T imes office
Th«»^e wishing a Ian«! school district Í r to-morrow to voie
To M en , we can say that we have everything that a man require
Geo. E Bloomer, our genial county
see something new in the jewelry line. •
W. Wheeler of Medford, representing
«hance in the grand December drawing on the proposition to bund the district for treasurer, visited Ashland a few days ago. Miti hell A L-wis, was one of our visitors
, H. C. Durkee has returns«! from a trip to should send in their names at once.
M.nietbing over >26U0 Co pay i t! indebted
John Dollarhi«le has moved his family during lhe week.
California and talks of removing there
Vance A Walbridge are doing a g«>o«i ness arising from finishing sin! furnishing from Aahl tnd t > Henley,CaL,f »r the winter.
John Cilvert. the Gran’s Pass livery
Lakeview has concluded to invest in a La bus lie**» in their branch store at Ager, (’al., the mirth school-house, as well as teachers*
J««hn D Coughlin, now a Lake county ma«, bought a i umber ol horses in this
France tire engine, which is a sensible idea. which is in charge of Will Hawkins, a salaries. Many think it best t > borrow the
money ami save school scrip from going •tock-raiser, recently made California a
Old papers, in quantities to suit, for sale pleasant and industrious young man.
to protest and d« preoation.
R'dille, who was confine I to
at the T imes office at5Ocents a hundred.
For furniture of every description go to
Judge Truitt, reeistsr-of the Lakeview the .-Salem asylum from Douglas county,
Joe Endert and P. H Peveler were re-
J«>hu Gitdersleeve ot < entral Point. He
Mrs. Geo. Bennett, of Evans creek, has keeps a complete und tir«t-ciass assortment electetl sbet iff am! clerk «f Del Norte county. 1 «»cl office, has gone to Portland on busi died a few days ago.
been prostrated with rheumatism recently. at:d sells at ihe most reasonable rates. •
Cal., at the late election, by a large majori ness.
Miss Anna Grisez returned to Lt tie
ty Judge Murphy was re elected, while
Ten thousand feet of lumber at Sam’sval-
either for rough or fine wear. The difference between our
The editor of the Tings returned Tues Shasta last week, after a visit witfi friends
ley school-house for sale bv 8cott Griffin of
The largest and best stock of d«*e«ls,
day evening from hia trip to Klamath here and at Ashland.
mortgages and all kinds of real-estate and
prices and what you’ve been paying will surprise you. We
Jesse Neaibamtner of Evans creek killed
legal blanks south of Salem is kept at the Kice as school superintendent. The contest
Choice five-acre tracts in Nickell’s ad- T imes office and sold at Portland rates.
will send you F ree samples or Clothing if you say go.
Our enterprising fellow citizen, G. Ka- a large panther one morning recently while
for assessor resulted ill a tie between G. W.
dition to Medford are offered on favorable
rewssi, who has been quite ill, is improving the animal was raiding his bogs.
l uck and C. A. McLaughlin.
Hammon Bros, »«f Med lord have pwid a
The Jacksonville-Medford railroad will
To E ver « body there are countless attractions here. If you want to
Un for tn j rice of 70 «ents per box for choice
There is no p'ace in southern Oregon
Rev F. M. Shrour, Pastor United Breth
C. I>. Uumiin-ns of Willow creek. Cal.,
Mrs G. F. BchmidOein of Ward’s creek, tie completed on time—Jan 1, 1891. Work
The District Teacher's Institute for the was at Ashland tbi« week tor medical treat Ajmlegate apples, delivered at Me if rd, where such a _ well-assorted and first-class
know what, write for oui Fall and Winter Catalogue, which
ami have bouglit a large quantity of them. stock of sin If hardware, cut ery. ammuni who has been quite ill, is better.we are glad
ti.t jndit ial district and for Jackson <■« un men t.
feel it niv dutv to tell what wonders Dr.
tion, builder's materials, tirearms, tools of :o say.
Keys. K. C. Oglesby of this place and Elder King’s New Discovery baa done for me.
tv will be held at Ashland, begin ing on
It is announced ami officially that Gen. ail kinds, etc, is k« pt as at the pioneer
and describes everything in our great establishment
Kearnes A White received this week a J. M 8igliu w ill once mu:e embark m the
M'-ndav, Nov 2ltb, and co'ilinuiog unt 1
Wm B>toe. Jr., i»riivv«i from Washing Chibs> f Grant h Pae"conducted a protiact My Lungs were badly diseased, and my
Thursday evening. Reduced rates on the laige assoiintent of gents’ and laities’ fine nevsiaptr Lus>ness at Mar^bti«!1, Coos store of John Miller tn Jacksonville. He ton to Visit relatives and friends during ed ineeiing at Woodville last week.
keeps only the best goods and sells at lhe
railroad tor those attend.ng have been se shoes.
c »uuiy, about the beginning of ihe coming most reasonable rates. Whenever you ttie winter«
Geo A lllood is engaged ill tilling a con week«. I took live bottles of Dr. Kir -.g’s
cured. and. occurring during a plea-ant.sea
New Discovery and am sound and well,
anything in bis line call on Mr. M.
A H B- nnett, one of the sturdv farmers tract to get out HJOt*colds of wood for Sis- gaining 26 lb», in weight.’’
son of 'he year, all teachers especially >ie
at the Red Star Su.re at Grant's Pass,
of Central Po’nl precinct, was in town a s n, Crocki r A Co on Siskiyou mountain.
J. W. Manning and J »«. D Fay are ¿•mi see for yourself
expected to be present. The need of an cts
Arthur Love, Manager Love’a Funny
few days bince.
conducting ibe Exchange livery stable at
education is everywhere manifest, and. be
J. W. Powers, who lias had charge of Folks Combination, write'*: “After a thor
Major C. F. Dutton, ut the regular army,
ing a subject in which everyone la interested,
G. F. McC mnell of Ashland is receiving Linaville, while ibe wife of the former late captain in the ge«»delic survey corps,
trial and convincing evidence. I am
Francis Fitcli.tl.e well known lawyer,has
the public generally ia expected to attend numerous orders front abroad for his fancy conducts the Union hotel at the same well ami favorably known in this valley, returned t«» Medford from his professional l orilami to engage in the same busii es«. nonh !• nt Dr. Kings New Discovery for
and give encouragement In ths work of pigeons.
passed south witli the committee appointed trip to Portland.
Th- SoU'hern Oregon Agrii tilluralSociety Consumption bet's them all, and «urea
raising the standard of excellence in our
when evm ibir g ebe fail*. Tne greate«t
The real property belonging to the estate to select a site for a new navy yar«i on this
Lsdies’ all wo d sacking, lJi yards wide,
John Bigham and family, lately ut will b"ld a meeting on lhe 29 b. when the kindness 1 can d ■» my many thousand
public schools. It is the aim of those hav
of 8 Center, deceased, wilt again be offered coast, one day recently. Speaking of Ore
Ordering from ir is easy, for every line and statement is plain and
ing the woik in charge to present the sub at 85«rS) c:s. per yard, at Kearnes A for sale next Saturday. This should bring gon fruits in comparison with those of the Central Point precinct, have leturned to sceuiuulated business will be dispc sed of. friends is to urge th«ffii to try it. Fr e Inal
jects demanding most attention in the While's
a good price, as much of it is ready choice E ist, Major Dutton remarked that he
coneipe. Send for it.
schools in such a manner as will be con
Wm. Rissue, who has been at Glendale land.
thought he could eat all the fruit raised
Mrs. H. K. Hanna, who has been >11 ed io have taken place in this county, up lar size» 50c. and >1.00.
clusive of benefit lotbe teachers assembled, for sometime past, has returned to Eden
east of the Mississippi river this year, and since her return from Ban Franciscc. is im the river, last week and thi”, and locators
LEARN IIOW TO MAKE YOUR DOLLARS COUNT.
and thus indirectly confer the benefits up precinct.
Ashland butchers have declared war on that our fruit has the call everywhere east
on the district schools. The schools of Ore
one another, and ibe consumers rejoice
Miss Lotta Lowden of Siskiyou county is greatly. At present prices of cattle beef of the Rockies.
gon, no less than those of olher stales, im
Larkin McDaniel is visiting Jackson
peratively demand a frequent association visiting her sister, Mrs. R Beswick, of can be sold away down on the bloc k, at a
Better Than A Gold Mine-Ten acres set county at present, but will return to Iowa bill will add about $7.50 to the cost of a church will give a dime * social at the
la.ior-made suit of clothes, which only the parsonag«* in Jacksonville, Thursday, Nov.
of the teachers engage«! therein.and require Ashland.
to fruit when in a bearing condition will in a short lime
There will be music and refresh
wealthy can indulge in now.
a comparison ol ihese views entertained by * Fre«i Kleinhanimere’sewhere gives notice
Simon Caro of Roseburg is said be learn year and requires no ext»ensive machinery
ments. Everybody is cordially invih <1
each supporting the best modes of inculcat that he will not pay any debts of his wife's
Mr.«. D. K. Mills of Ashland is enjoying
Sup«rintendent l'rice will hold bis reg
M rs . H. E lliott ,
ing good moral principles, and of imparting contraction.
l«> operate ii. A fruit-raiser in the Willam a visit from her sister, Mrs B. Kn.tpp ot ular qua ter.y examination of applicants
h m«M!uln'e<i v«> «*♦* is especially adapted to ette valley retpiires but a small outlay,
M rs . 8. J. D ay , .
to the young the know edge necessary to
for te cher's certificates in Ash and on
woi k since tne election returns
lead them »long the right course tn life.
Grain and many kinds of other produce
has all ihe advantages of a civilized and
Miss Martha Cardwell of Sam s valley
These comparisons can be made only at are pkntilul, but no cash market is obtain- arm ed.
culture«! society, has good and convenient
ami her brother Lawrence vi i’ed our
French Tanty Wafer».
teacher'» institutes, and thus is tn ide mani ab e there.
Wallace Gridley, section foreman at Dil
A summer friend—Wright’s Blackberry markets and receives a belter income from town yesterday.
825. , S27. 829, 831, »33, 835 K STREET and
fest the necessity for the | reset.ee <1 each
lard Station in Douglas county, has made
Cordial. Once used always taken.
Kelia- the same investment than can be had from
These wafers are a sure and safe spe< ific
and every one engaged >n advancing the
You can get
b e am) prompt. Pleasant to take, fmtis- wny other Lúe of budines«
Major Chrisman am! wife of Lakeview room in his family tor two of the unfortu for all kinds of female troubles and will
cause of education. The prospects tor an to i low and sow in most seclions of souih- pensible tor summer troubles bold by all this lain! from |’»5 to >75 i>er acre » Í The are in Prescott. Arizona, wh« re tl»ev w 11 nate Giidley children at Ashland.
move all obstructions to the monthly peri
Io2ti NINTH STREET,
interesting time are (tattering A great ern Oregon.
Oregon Land Company oí tíxleui, O.eguti. ••pend the winter.
J. B. K Hutchings and wife were in ods, no matter chat th? cause. They are
concourse i tie.« hers is expected, and some
what every woman reeds, «nd can be used
Notes, receipts, due-bills, drafts etc., in
J B Ager keeps one of the best hotels
There may l»e persons In this community
Mi«s Clara Pie fft rof Albany, w» B-known Klamath county last week, visiting Mr-. safely. For sale by the Livingstone Chemi
of ibe most distinguished educitors r>t the book
form bandy and first-class, al the in northern California, am! those who have who are at times troubled wiih c«die, or in this valley,is in California for the wiirer, J s lai her, who is quite unwd. In cou.-
Pacific coast will be present and become T ikis office.
panv with J Brown be so d a lot of grapes, cal Co., manufacturers. San Ftancisco Cal.
occasion to st«»p at Ager station should not subject to bowel complaint. If so, they on account of pjor health.
participants in the work, 8<*te 8upt. E
at il a box
B McElroy will have charge of this work,
Much complaint was made of the Ash fa»! to patronize him. lie spares no pains should try Cnainberlatn’s Goilc, Cholera
an<1 Diarrhoea Remedy. Il will aff.»rd
assisted by 8upt. C 8. Price, and with ibe land kids ■ n Hallowe'en night,as well as in tu please.
tip, ration« will soon tiegin st the Eldora
almost immediate relief, and when reduced
educators thus in charge the work accom Jacksonville.
do blue-gravel mine on the Klamath river,
M asons .—Warren Lodge No. 10 ot Jackson-
The best remedy f >r headache and neu witn water is pleasant to take. If taken as Beatty’s family at Phoenix
plished will be of immense benefit
Messrs, Burris, Phillips and K qter of Ash vill«* meets each Wednesday evening at or
A-hland t iok 5090 extra copies of the ralgia is Wright’s Paragon Headache rem soon as the first indication of the disease
E. A. Sw«»pe, the well-known Portland land having gone over last week to make preceding the full mo<»n: Ashland Ixxige No.
edy Stops pain in five minutes.
Ilaiiu- 1» felt it will ward off lhe attack Many
23 on Thursday evening during the saint* time.
A Beautiful Selection.
less. tasteless, no bad t fleets, bold by all people use it in this wav, and find that it
preparations lor a big run.
I" ran cisco firm.
Oregon Chapter No. 4. R. A. M.. meet« in Jack
his return from an eastern trip
on th«* Tuoaday evening previous.
We have scarcely ever seen anything in
never fails them. A 25 or 30 cent b »ti’e
Two families of emigrants, overland in sonville
L. S vers of Evans creek exhibits a s<)ua«h
Rev. Father Watry, the latelv-appointed wagons from Montana, were investigating Adarel Uiiaptrr No. 3. O. E. 8., of Jacksonvill«*.
the way of native shrubbery so beautiful as
All lhe medicine in the world will not mav he obtained from Dr. J. Hinkle, Cen
every other Thursday «-vening
a branch of the western yew, "Tapiis hrev
cure your stomach trouble if y«>ur teeth are tral Point am! G. H. Haskins, Medford. R. C. pastor of Ashland, was the guest of opportunities tor employment and location Alplia Chanter No. 1 ot Ashland on th«* first
Rev. Father Clark last Wednesday.
iiolia," loaded with berries, which E. W. most 150 pounds.
in pcx-r condition. Visit Dr. Marcoux am!
in our vicinity last week, lured thither by an«! third Tuesdays.
Hammond of Wimer brought tn this week
I. O. O. F.—Jacksonville Lodg«* No. 10 meets
The Cardwell place near town will soon have your mouth put in order so you wiU Keown. AHeghanv county. Penn., says:
Tony Noitner,the postal clerk, was a«*- our incomparable climate.
every Saturday evening; Ashland Lcsig«- No.
to have photographed by Mr Britt. Mr
th«* same time. Table K«wk Encain|»>
H, who is familiar with these tniugs, -ays reasonable rates.
If you want anv repairing done call on than any other ” The reason of this is be by bis better half says lhe “Record.”
single ear of a superior variely of field corn inent No. 10 meets at Jacksonville on every
tins is an unusually tine fruiting specimen
It is richly ornamented with a great num
Clothing ami gents furnishing goods of Pritchard, one d*»or fr<»m Gr-md t'entral,
H H. Wolters,the genial proprietor of the he introduced this season, and has had Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 4 of Jacksonville
tier of large, handsome, core! red berries, tiie bent quality at Kearnes A White’s— Medford. He can’t make a new watch out ot Let any one troubled with asevere cold Monarch saloon at Medford, was here yes samples of same on exhibit!« ii at Midford meets every other Monday evening. Hope
ami elsewhere «luring the week.
which are attached to tl.e under side of the new this week.
Degree Isxlge of Ashland on the sevond and
first dose will relieve the lungs and make terday. He has mairy friends here.
ilk«- a dm-v
fourth Tmwiays of «*ach month.
branch. It is to be sent to Boston, to he f
Sherrard A Rut are both at Sant >ti
A. Weidner of Wagner creek, who is well-
R ed M en .—Oregonian-PocahontasTrit»e No.
used in pictorial illustration in a series of
r ver, Siskiyou county, C.J.. enju) ing the 1. linp'd O. R. M., of Jacksonville, every Tu«*s-
water color painnngs of the Howers and
results of tlieir dishonest operations at day evening
Lane county circuit court for plying their the cold, l he promptness and certainty this market with excellent vegetables.
fruits of native North American lr.es for (or winter travel
A. O. U W.—Banner Lodge No. 23 meets
Gold Hill recently. They are swindlers of
vocation st Lakeview. A number of in ot (his remedy in relief ami cure of colds
the collection at New York. Mr. H has an
A lamp now ornaments the front of the
B E-cude, of Lewiston, Idaho, one of th«» the first w ater and both should be behind on the second and fourth Friday even
order from Prof. C. 8. Sargent, director of V 8. Hotel, whu h is quite convenient to dictments for the same offense were dis has won lor it many sincere friends and pioneer iidtier» of this district, paid his old the bars.
ings of each month;
missed or continued
made it very popular. For sale bv Dr. J.
No. ttri on tht* first and third Wednesday even
the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard Universi the belated public.
Hinkle, Central Point, and G. H. Haskins, friends in Jacksonville a v.sit this week.
Lodge No. 9-
ty, to collect and forward in their proper
We are lucky tn have permanently locat
A wool-picking party was held at the
Who has just received a full and first-class
every second and fourth Friday even
The wagon-road from Ashland to Pelican ed with us a city dentist who will give Medford
H. J 1,'happel of Gobi Hill made the residence of Mrs. <5. Ulrich one night re- m«*ets
season flowering and fruiting specimens of
ing uf each mouth.
this and a number of oth- r western trees
you all the science you want in dentistry.‘
One night last week, at about 12 •»’clock, T imes < flW a vi**i» a few davs since. He i« cei.t y, after which some of those present,
and »brubs. to be used in this con net lion. increas ng over it.
Cail on Dr. Marc«»ux, at the U. 8. Hotel three men entered the store of tí. O, conducting art »urishing eoop-r business.
with drum and horn, indulye«l in a
The northwest abounds in many handsome
Cressler at Lake city, Modoc county. Cal.
Granite L< dge, K of f*., of Ashland, and see him.
Mrs J. A. Cardwell, accouipanie«! by s«rei>a<le.
specimens of rare trees, and no person in have finally established the “uniform
an«! at the muzzle of their pistols compelled Dau Cardwell’s two li’tle < nes, returned
Edson Bros., of Ktatuaih hot springs,
southern Oregon is ho well qualified to make grade” in ihat city.
Dollarhide Bros, have leased their S'l.ki- the cl« rk tu open the safe, and then made
—TUTTLE.—At the residence of
the proposed selection as Prof Hammond.
you saw null pr pertv to Landers A llosley him turn his face to the wall. Twoof the from a visit to P rtland diKinf the week w 11 build a 70 foot addition to the r hotel JOHNSTON
the bride's parents in Josephine countv
The manufacture of lard and bacon will of Ash and for a t> rm of 1 l«i 3 y ears. The robbers bel<! their pistols on him. while the
Edw.ird Hill, th* timber l»ml speculator, ami also erect additional baih-h »usf* in
Nov, 2, 1H90. by Rev. G. W. Black. J. B. Jobnsi
soon conimen’-e. These comxuodities are
He is suffer the Spring.
ton and Miss Frances A. Tuttle.
i ibird one went through the safe. They is nt the K Innin th h"t springs
very scarce at present.
took about >»d0 worth of groceries, etc., ing from a prolonged atta«ak < f rheum itism.
On the first page of the TlMEs wi I be BARTLE—ALLFN.—In Grant’s Pass. Nov 3
Oelr-by of this place will
1K90, by A. Axtell, J. P. John Bartle and Miss
an 1 »«cure i about |7l*0 in money from ih»*
8. W. Miles <f Woodville will remove to
preach at the Ne lc eek s' bool h 'Ui«e, aliove
Mrs. Max Praeht of Alaska has been found the full proceedings of ihedistiict
We recommend De Witt’s Colic and
Camas valley. Douglas County, soon, to en Ch lera Cure because we believe it a safe safe They had their horses tied outside visiting in California f »r s »metime. and Sun •av-schoo! convention which proved
Aah-and. next Sunday.
—FOUNTAIN.— In Crescent Cttv, Nov.
and reliable remedy. Its good eflects are w-re or where they went is unknown. It will probably spend the win’er there and much of a success, They arrived too late
Services are now held in St. Joseph's gage in merchandising.
I, 1M99, by the K«*v. E. A. Wibl«-. Frank Smith
lor publication last week
and Miss Sarah Fountain, bolhof R«*»iua,
church every Sunday at 10:30 a . m ., <xcept
Farmers in some portions of the county shown at once in cas»*s of Cholera Morbus caused considerable excitement in that in Ashland.*
the «th Sunday of each month.
are stilt plowing and »owing, but in most and similar complaints
Gen. T. G. Kearnes, member of the Dem
G. W. Gib-on, who has been a resident of
McKEE—SHARPS.—At i»ak<*view.Oct 30, 1W0,
Services will be held in St. Michael's places the soil is too dry.
A new time schedule will go into efl. ct
The Omfy tfa/e f>rorert«»r •/ BttUf
J. H, McKee and Mrs. H. Sharps, Judg<- W||.
R. R. Parish, of Portland, was in Jack
ceived a letter ftom B Gobismith, the
church. Medford, on tbe 4'b Sunday of
Tourut. Pirnir «Nd
John L. Grubbe has bought ____ _____
Real _ ’» on the 8. P. next week, under which the sonville last week interviewing ihe literary California to join his family, win» are now chairman, congratulatory of the icsult of
each month by Rev Father Clark, parish business and now handles lhe John
miik busi southbound train a ill arrive about hh people in regard to the publication of a in Sonoma county.
Protects Butter from all odors,
hour later and the northbound train a half
ness of Ashland alone.
viHe. Nov. 2. IMMi, by County Judge Orr
E P McCornack of 8alem passed through published in lhe T imes next w eek.
hook of poems by Oregon authors, to be
dust, heat and handling. K«*ci»s But
hour later than at present.
Tbe following are Rev. Robert Booth'»
Allen Decker and .Miss Lou Olive Way.
ter cool and sweet and is casUy and
brought out in time for the World’s Fair in the valley on M«»ndav,en route to KUniatb
Chris. Thompson, who has been in Cali
appointments for tbe present year: Fir»t
Mrs. 0. J. Tolman anti child and Miss CARDER-REDDEN.-At Ashland, Nov 5.
The Sin Francisco “Examiner’s” grp it Chic ago. The pt«n is a feasible one, says county, where he >s interested in a large
Sutioath ot earb month. Medford at 11 fornia for sometime past, return«d to
1H90. by Rev. C. A. Lewis, Eli W. Carder and
D ira Amlers« n have returned Iroin Alaska
drawing will take place in December. the “8umlay Welcome,” and many of the body o! lam! with his brother
o'clock a M. and 7 r M: »ecot d Sabbath, Jacksen county this week.
Miss Cora E. Redden, ot Medford.
PRICE. 30 Cent« Each.
Sub-ciibe for the weekly at once if vou poems already publish« d by Oregon author«
Central Point at 11 a . m and 7 r m ;
Hon. Henry C. Wilson, *ei«ator-e’ect has been appointed deputy collector of BUTLER—BAGLEY.—On Antelope*. Oct. 30.
Many Chinamen have gone north to wi*h a chance to draw one of the va uable are literary gems that are destined to live
Liberal discount to Agent». Sample
third Sabbath. Medford at 11 . a . M. and 7 work on the Cow creek railroad grades articles offered to new subscribers.
I from Tehama ami Colusa counties, Cal., custom« at Port Wrangel. and will pay
1HB0, by Elder E. L. Prather, J. W. Butler and
by mail on receipt ot price.
Susa t Bagley.
r w.; fourth Sabbath, Jacksonville at 11 during the past few weeks.
was «»n Monday's northbound train, en Oregon friend* a visit in a abort time
a. m . and 7 r. M.
route from Lake county to Salem.
F. B. CASE CO.
The Ager agency of D. W. Earl A Co ,
Il ia reporte»that eighteen people were
De Witt's Little Early Kisers. Only pill to which is under the effi'-ient management of son’s “Beautiful Willamette” are foremost
14.33 \ alcncia St., San Francisco, Cal.
The following are Rev R. Ennis' appoint
Miss Jennie Jackson accomt»inied Mi«s killed anil eighty more or les.« injured by
am«»ng the number. The touchingly beau
ments : On every Bunday morning, except
the venial Mr. 8 fin. h is done an immense tiful writings of “Minnie Myrtle,” wife of Susie Turner on a farewell visit to Ashland il,elate railroad accident near Salem. A
ing lhe third. be will bold services at the els. Sold by E C. Brooks.
business during the past season. The best ‘ The Poet of the Sierras,” will sparkle in friends one «lay last week. She is now large stie'ch of track cave wav. preciptat- SULT.—At Summer I Ake. Oct. 31. i .*.«», to Mr.
Presbyterian church in Pbienix; on third
School Clerk Buffer has posted notices-, satisfaction is always given there.
and .Mrs M. Sult.a daughter.
ihe dazzling rays of generous apprecia visiting her parents at Grant’s Pass.
ing the entire train. We will give t'uil par
Sunday morning at Jacksonville and every calling a special -chool meeting to levy a
WRIGHT.—At Linkvillv. Nov. 1. 1890. to Mr.
S ingle S trap T rack
If you want to sub«cr lie for the best, tion, although the fair young life of swee»
Cha«. Pierce, wh » is operating in timber ticulars next week.
Bunday evening he will presi
preai h at tbe tax, etc , for the 25th in-t.
and Mrs. Dr. Wright, a son.
weekly on the coast and at the same time
land, has returned from bis trip to Lake
Presbyterian church in Jacksonville.
A briifal party from Chicago has been AYERS.—In Albany, Oct. 30.1890, to Mr. and
Joe' Shepherd of Emigrant creek is said get a chance to draw a handsome present,
view. He was a companiei as far as scientifically proving the fact that love’s
Mrs. C. W. Ayers, a daughter.
to l>e partially paralyzed, ow ng to stom subscribe for the San Franci-co "Exami
Dollarhide’» by Mr. Cole of Klamath city. flame won’t grow cold on the shores of GEER.—In Central Point. Nov. 11. 1890. to Mr.
ner.” Subscriptions taken at the I i . mks
ach troubles of long standing
County Court Proceeding«
Cra’er lake this frosty weather, HtXkl fei t
and Mrs. C. J. Geer, a daughter.
Rev. M. Stewart of Etna. Cal . performed
The f« flowing are the proceedings of the
For the benefit of all who may seek to the marriage ceremony at the Aobev-Kist above sea level. The groom’s name is Ed
Now is a good time to recure a piece of
County commiMftonera’ court for the No fruit land in the Ho’man addition to Ja<ik
swindle the newspapers out of their just nuptials at Ashland last week. His wife
The IsC.ither, Workmanship and Finish are o1
vember term thereof:
he vrav best .
accompanied him to Ashland on the trip.
sonvilie, before prices advance.
been seen a mile or two out of town amt kept standing at the bead of the first edi
Present—Commissioners Haymond and
The meiting of the Southern Oregon
SAVE MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT.
If not molested they tonal column in many of our exchanges :
E C. Kune and family of Ashland re Fruit Growers' Association at Medford W A KI».—At Ashland. November 5. 1890. Ainos
The Burns“Herald”’ays that Ed Hanley are doing nicely
We can sell you
Resignation of Geo. M. Mason »» justice has one hand in a sling, caused by coming will doubtless rai-e several broods ntxt
1. Subscribers who do not give express turnee! home this week, after an extended last Saturday was not a success, r.s there
Ward; aired about 74 years,
of the peace of Chimney Roca precinct was in contact with a vicious cow.
notice to the contrary are considered as trip through the east. Thev stopped down was a small attendance. No business was PARKER.—At Parker’s Station on the Ash*
Harness at from $6.00 up
by the bay for about a week when return transacted .excepting that there was a lively
wishing to continue their subscriptions.
land-Linkvillc r«>ad. November 2. 1*90, Will-
Road Carts from $9.50 up
In the matter of the roa«i in Eden pre
cinct petitioned for by W. M. Mathes ami havedeve'eped a case of diphtheria since her business st Acer. Cal., has increased of their periodicals the publisher may con
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wonderfully, are constructing a tine, new
Geo. Hines ami his newly-made wife left was defunct. Whether it was rema’ns o
return home from Jacksonville.
depot, which will be locate 1 much nearer paid
for Forest Grove, Washington county, be decided.
Petition of T. F. Atteberry and others
De Witt's Little Early Riser». Best Little
ACME MAN’TAG YBING 00.
which will be their future borne. The.v
for a road in Table Kock precinct. H Prl- pif for Djapepsia, Nonr Stomach, Bad to the business portion of that place than
The parlies who have charge of lhe work
the present one.
carry the best wishes of their many friends in the ch n il a mint s in tbeSiski- on moun
1» n, Dennis Duggan and J. M. < bihier« ap Br «th. Sold by E. C Brooks.
take their periodicals from the office of
pointed viewers ai d P. Applegate surveyor,
tains will construct a Hail to connect with
Once in seven years—the body is re which they are directed, they are held re-
An ext«aordinar lv lan e reduction in al! newed The blood must have the elements portsible till they have settled theii hill
to rip >rt at in it term ol court.
E«i. Beggs, who got bi« start in Jackson- the railroad at Ode's, a «¡¡stance of about
Petition of L. A. Murphv and others for
of vitality. Wright’» Compound Syrup of sml ordered their pa|>er discontinued
ville, is managing the Lakeview-Link vide ‘Jo mile«. Messrs McKee and one of h-s
a road on Griffin creek, J M. Lofland. D this week, ( a 1 and get bargains.
4. If subscribers move to other piaces stage line f«»r J. W. Parker ar d Frank partner« are now on tlieg'ound, and have
Sarsaparilla cleanses and enriches th*
Lmn and M. Bellinger appointed viewer«
’luggage, wh«» C< Inprise the National forwarded a large amount of supplies there
B F Miller the Sardine creek nur*erv-
and P Applegate surveyor, to report at the iuh
during this w«e<
papers are sent to the former direction, 8 age Company
to« k numerous orders for nursery Sold by all druggists.
next term of court.
they are held responsible.
sto k in the upj er val’ey, last week.
Fix thousand poun.la of At p‘eg:.te beans
Since the inc irporation of the Orchard
Jos. A Crain, the V» teran cattle-raiser,
A number of bills were audited.
5. The courts have decided that refusing
I was covered with scrofula sort* from my
Home Association, the trai t near the line ta take perodicals from the otliee, or re was in town last Saturday, He had just werehaule l to A-liland last week forsld|>-
The recent teachers’ institute a* luike
t > Klamath county. Since Peter the h«*ad to my waist, »uttering so that 1 could
Best Cough Medicine. Recommended by Physictann.
view wax Ni> interesting one, alth< ugh only
moving and leaving them uncalled for 'pri-
Took * Gun to Bed.
night«, and could not lie down only
ford, has been placed upon the market and ma facie" evidence of intentional fraud.
with hi» «tuck, where he found his catlie Poet as-utne I charge of the Ltukville with sleep
13 pedagogues were in attendance.
Cures whore all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to the
pillows under my arms My h«*ad wan no
Leal Friday evening, -hortly alter little
Ims are selling rapidly. The first day pur
quite badly scattered on the range this “Star,” "cu'chaw” ia lhe watchword in the »orc that 1 could not wear a hat; and being a
CsJ taste. Children take it without objection. Bv druggist«.
g-eat Klamath basin, and leguminous food farmer. 1 could not go bareheaded, so wore a
Nailie, .■>> n of «x-8hr>iff Dean, had been
Ex County Commissioner Alford of chasers were found for Hi future home«. per and makes use of it. whether lie has season.
is in d, man«! for lhe development of brain very soft handkerchief on my head. In tact.
put to bed at his home in Willow .Springs, Talent rai ed 30 <«•<> ¡>oiin<ls of 1 otatoea on
A serious accident occurred to the south subscriber.
tissue. It requires a highly-eullllr« d a« 1 was a disgust Wig sight to others and to my
an explosion and outcry from the child re an a- re vi groun I the past season.
omitted to mention a number of items of we 1 as an eveidy-lia'anc«d brain to grasp self. After doctor!ng f«»r six years with the
I bound train on Wedne?day evening, while
reeled the tact ihat he had secreted a load
7. The postmaster who neglects to give local interest last week, among them a some
M K M«K»re of Ashland has sold out crossing a sinail trestle or bridge mar Sa
best physicians in the country, an«! getting
of the Poe «'a original ideas
ed 22 calibre derringer belonging to Win
the legal notice 11 the neglect of a person
wors«* all th«* time. I had given up all hope of
chester Houston in bed with him. and the and with ho brother and family has gone lem. The structure gave way when the to take from the office the newspaper ad very pleasant eurprhe party tendered
well when 1 saw your CtTicVKA
Marv. Taylor at lhe residence of his
loc »iu »live ran over it, causing several
weapon had been discharg'd, the bullet to southern California for the winter.
H emeiuks adv«*rti»rd and procured a s«*t, al-
dressed to him, is liable also to the publish parents, and a number of other social
little faith in tnem. The first s«-t,
taking effect in the 111 He fellow's left leg. a
A T. Kyle is building a 12000 cottage on
er for the subscription price
I ow» ver. did me such a vast amount of g<Mxl
few inches above the knee
Probing his bou evard property at Ashland, and ia hurt.
Notice of Public Examina
failed to find the bullet, and Nat. will start preparing to set out a large orchard.
E. Lewiston, the genial host of the Inter
A party of emigrants for California are
i ig four sets, I am happy to say that I am en
A Wontier Worker.
out early to carry his traditional ounce of
national hotel al Portland, the best dollar
tirely cun*d. Any of the nromin«*nt business
said tone appropriating a number of the
lead. The child was doing well at last ac
men and fanners in ami ar«»un«l Plainfield
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of a-dav house on the northwest const, is at
will indors«* my story.
counts, and Dr. DrH.r, the attending phy called vesterday. He expects tr» remove to gration, greatlv to ibe indignation of Burlington, Ohio, states that he bad been the Klamath creek h >t springs for the bene
GEORGE A. HEINSELMAN, Plainfl« Id, III. T he Cot ntv S ch « m > l R vpkhintem » es * i . >
sician, thinks he will sutler no serious in thia aide of the val ey in a short tine.
•f>r t'i ;iH oll.« t inetiicines.
farmers »long the road. It does not speak uniter the care of two proininent pin si- fit of his health, being . fflict«*d with rhen
J acksonville . Nov. «. 1MK). )
convenience from the wound, ih<>ugh it
Grading on the branch railroad is nearly well for ihe intelligence of tfie «log, to say cians and use<l th»ir treatment until lie matism. We hope that he may fully re
i:i c<»nibinati«>ii, projwirt.on,
N otice is hereby given that for
would have been a very serious case had ii finished and the rails will he laid as soon nothing of the < migrants.
was not able io get •roninl. They pro cover.
m'c u of h.grr<îiCHt»,
the purpose of making an exam'nation of
When writing for tmmplen, or
been an inch lower on the leg
as they arrive, which will not be long.
nonneed his < ise to be consumption an.I
all j>rr*ons who may offer themselves as caodi-
Stages for Linkville leave Ager, Cd . at incurable
for t<*acbers <»f the sclioc»!» of this coun
He was persu vh d to try Dr.
Freight trains are now so heavy that an three o’clock r m ., up«»n arrival < f the King’s New Discovery for consunimi m,
story of great physica' »uttering, of mental ty, the County School 8uperint«*ndent thereof anything in particular, pk*ae«<«tatc
The World Enriched.
anguish, by reason ot humiliating disfigura will hold a public examination at Ashland,
»•xtra engine is necessaiy to get over the nortbtx und train, and get to Klamath coughs and colds, and at tli-t time was not
I»« t kr.own rer.w’lics
We offer One Hundred Dollars for any
tions. and of tbr«-aten«d dangers happily and
The facilities of the present day for tin Cow creek and Calapooia mountain«.
county’s cspi’al »he next morning at five able te> walk ai r «as the street without rest «•n*e of catarrh that caunot be curtd by
Hednrs'tay, Nuvembtr i6’, 1890t
ended, by the CVTK URA RF.MEDIES
aa near as possible what is needed.
production of everything that will cotidu «■
tne grt«at«*st skin cures, blood purifiers and commend nr al 12 o'clock.
A tew copies of the American Settler’ -•’clock. L«avu g Li« kvide. they st«»p over ing. He found, before he had used half ol taking Hall’s < atarrh Cure.
to material we fare and comfort < f mankind Guide, standard authority on all land at Shovel creek « yer night, arriving at Ager adollarbotrle.ih.it lie was much bett«r;
First-grade certificates issued under the old
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Fmpe .Toledo. O.
3: d cconon y—
Hood’s Sir- humor remedies the world has ever known.
era almost unlimited, and when Sviritpol matters may be found at the T tmb » office, at twelve o’clock the next day.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
uticvra R e s
. oi . vrnt , the new blood Mid skin law cann->t I m * renewed. Teachers bolding Then vonr order will lie filled
lie continued to use it and is to day etij .y-
tlie only mvdi- C
purifier and greatest of humor remedies, certificates that will soon expire should not
Figs was first produced the world was
< heney f*»r the last 15 year'«, ami believe
ing good heabh. II you nave anv throat,
of all impurities and poison- neglect attending the examination.
The rumor started last week, to the
enriched with the only perfect laxativ.
lui g or chrst tronbl?. trv it. V.\„....
Wegtmrantce him petfectly honorable in ail business
C. H. PRICE.
“One Hundred Doset «»us clenients, and thus renioves the cause, County School Superintendent
transH<:tioiis. and financially able to carry
known, a-it is'be only remedy »hu h i- effect that Win. Mathes of Eden precinct choice of Warren fruitt as mayor ; Wm. saiisfa. tn.n. Trial bottle free at
great akin cun*, and
Dollar.” Medicines ir Cl’TKTRA S oap , dn the
out any obligations made by their firm.
truly pleasing and retresbing to the taste had b*en shot, had no foundation in fact. Carll, Dr. Franke.W. M. Townsend and W. StrKS.
exquisite akin beautifier,
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larger .and smaller ixittlc» cl«*ar the akin and scalp and restore the hair.
W jwt AT bi AX.Wht lesah» Druggiets.Toie-
and prompt and effectual to cleanse the
De Witt’s Little Early Risers. Best der; B J. Net Ion, marshal; H. M Barnes,
W aldinu , K inna » A M arvin ,
system gently in the springtime, or, in
require larger dos m, and do not Hence the CUTICURA K emkuies cure every
of agonizing, humiliating, itching,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
fac', at any time, and the better it is know n
. 1« e as good results as flood’s. spiviea
burning, scaly, and pimply dis«*as<*a of the
Several years ago I was covered with
everytime. None equal. Use them now. numtier of votes cast was 12M.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
«be nmre popular it becomes
and blood, with losaot hair, and all
Boils to such an extent that niv life was a
directly upon the blood and mucous
hum«»rs. blotches, erupt Ions, son*, sccuea, and
Geo. W Wise is building up a nice busi
The grand jury of KLiniatli county found misery. After trying a number of other acting
II x d' Sarsqcrilla .nccoinpUsb<*s cures h.th
surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent
simple, scrofulous, or conta
ness at Montague, Cal
He is conducting indictments against Henry Goodlow for remedies without any hem fit, I was ad
free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
gious. when the iM*st phvsicians and ail other
PORTLAND, OREGON. .
For Female Irrririlar
The following is a list of the jurors drawn a confectionery and oyster stand at that horsr-straling and against David Royce for vised by a wholesale ’druggist at Columbus druggists.
the title of “The greatest blood
remedies fail. Grateful testimonials prov«*
! tie*; uothiuchkcYiPHi
committing rape upon his daughter. Both to try 8 8 8. (Swift’s bpecific). One bottle
these statements in every particular.
for the December term "f the circuit court place.
purifier ever discovered.”
parties are supposed to be in this section, of 8.8 8. cured me entirely. 1 have not
for Jackson county: G. W. Nichols, H
faiL Hirreimiuilv ;t«cd
It is dangerous to neglect catarrh, for it
reculiirln its “ good name
Hold «-verywhere. Price, CUTICVRA. 50c.;
by poininciit Lüe«
H. Goddard, Fred. Hansen, J W. Whitsett. lead« tn bronchitis and con«umption. and Sheriff Gowan lias telegrapheii to the ha*! a Boil since. To those afflicted with
home,’’—there is now
S oap , 2 c 5.; R esolvent , >1. Pr«-nar«*d by th«*
sheriff here to look after the culprits.
J. A Houston S. P. Oliver. Jacob Neat
Hood s Barsaparil a cures catarrh in all
P otter D kuo and C hemical C orporation .
U’ relieve a ippr. >»cd
hammer, T E Nichols, A. W. Shearer, G forms.
vice my wholesale druggist gave me—take
EW“8end for "How to Cure Bkin Diseases,'
W Gibson, W G Holmes, Geo Engle, J
But.rs sing the same song of praise.—A
The While, kingof all sewing
D avip Z artvas , Druggist, May 10, 1890.
8. Vestal. E. Barbe. Levi Morris. J. 8
Morgan. M. Si d-y. K. Wright. F. Gorden can be foun«i at the 8. F. Variety Ftore.and
Independence. Ohio. puier medicine docs not exist and it is
Peculiar In its
Don’t be htimb«]r?«wi.
A. W Cormack, A Throckmorton, D. will be sold at the lowest and most favora
nal record of sales
day, on his return Ir m California. He
tric Bitters will cure all the diseases of the
Allen, D. V. Grav, H H Chapman, N. ble rates.
and moue.' ,t«keu«»uth
will probably remove to tlie golden state
idneys, will remove pimples,
8'idham. G W. Reynolds, J. 1). Wimer,
ever attained such popu-
8. V. K**hart of Lakeview was granted a
J. H. Tyrrell, L. L. Angle, C. E. White. divorce from hi« wife, Fannie R«hart. at soon, having lost bis wife and daughter
We have now sent statements of account boils, salt rhetitn anti other affections
Kent to any address,
Ity in so short a time. X*i35nEi«iney and Uterine Pains ai»d weak
causes) by impure blood.—Will drive ma
secure by mall <»u re
zZfKInv*» relieved in one minute by th«*
the late teim of circuit court for Lake
of pries*, lz.00.
/pf<^t*VTKVRA A nti -P aw P lartkr , the
A sure cure for the whisky habit: Dr. an early response is desired and exjiect'd. as cure all malarial fever»,—bor cure of
^<an«l confidence among all classes fin»t and only pain-killing, strengthening plas
Notice of Removal.
Livingstones Antidote for Drunkenness A' we ceased doing business on July 1. headache, constipation and indigestion try
ter. new, instantaneous, infallible.
THE AFHRO BEDiaSE COBPMY,
<>f people so steadfastly.
The tidies of the M. E. congregation a( will cure any case of the liquor habit in 1890. our books must be balanced without Electric Bitters.—Entire satisfaction guar
The Dr. Bosanko 5* ed ici ne Co . who
T imes PrsusutNs Co
W«»t«n> Branch, Box 27, PORTLAND. OR- For McCall's Bazaar Glove Fi’ting
Do not be Induced to buy other preparations,
have been manufacturing Dr. Bwanko’» Ashland are prepamg to hold a ‘‘c»lendar from ten to thirty days, from the moderate delay.
anteed, or money refunded.—Price 50 cts.
Jacksonville, Sept. 1, 1890.
St l«e sure to get the Peculiar Medicine,
Sold by F..C. Brooks. Druiratst. Jacksonville
iiy. Dr Bosarkn
, . bazaar” in a few weeks, for the benefit of drinker to the drunkard. The Antidote
and 11. Ou per buttle at all drug stotee.
and Dr. Gunn's Improve«! Liver I’ili« at the church.
can be given in a enp of coffee without the
Piijiia. Ohio, for nearly twelve years, have
It vou have headache try Preston.» “lied
Our customers all speak highly in praiee
Ilogs for Sale.
moved ........................ — M a - cmy . .
Antidote will not injure the health in any Ake?’
spon»iblv for any debt» contracted by
doldbyalldruggUU. fl; »lxforPreparedouly
ßffiv Ki«*inhmuinvr. my wife.
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wav. Manufactured by the Livingstone
Two line thoroughbred Poland-China
by C. 11 HOOD CO. »^pothfuaric«, Lowell, Mui
era»«- d facilities fur tr,n*ac^ipg ami yx-
bösr t-tg- tor sale by .
iOO Kobe's One Dollar
l'nlu»t¿»-tí. Öf. Fc*.
W. H. P alkeb , Ja-hS-ÇV^Ie.
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Groceries and provisions of
fresh, at Reames A White’s.
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FALL AND WINTER GOODS
THE FAMILY HITTER CASE
NEW THIS WEEK.
Faber’s Golden Female Pills.
Weak, Painful Backs.
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