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OKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1890
Something for tli$ New Year.
The world renowned success of Hostet
ter’s Stomache Bitters, and there contin
ued popularity for over a third of a centu-
ary as a stomachic, is scarcely more won
derful than ibe welcome that erects H.>e-
letlet’s Almanac. This valuable medical
treatise is published by the Hostetter’s
t'< tummy, Pittsbure, Pa., under tlieir own
i in mediate super vision, employing GJ bands
in that department. They are running
about 11 months in the year on this work,
and the issue of the same lor 1<J1 will lie
more than ten millions, printed in the
English, German, French, Welch, Nor
wegian, Bwedieb, Holland, Bohemian ami
Spsni-h languages. Refer io copy of it for
valuable apii imeresting readme concern
ing health, anil numerous testimonials as
to the efticiacy of Hostetler’s Stomach
B tiers, amusements, varied information,
astronomieal calculations and chronologic
al items, Ac., which can be depended on lor
c.orrecinesH. The Almanac for 1091 can tie
obtained free of cost, from the- druggists
ar.il general country dealers in all parts of
»HAT »'ILL IT COST TO PUB
LISH THE LA WSf
THE MESSIAH PROPHET
Eht a mo
Advsrtlaemenu will be Inserted tn theTiMB
St the following rate«:
Ten lines, one insertion (.....................
“ “ eseb subsequent insertion.......
** lAgaladvertlscmcntslnaertsd ressonstl
A tai r reduction from thuatxjTarMtua mad at p
yearly and time advertiser».
THE TIMES JOB OFFICE
Is more oomplete by far than any other I
Southern Oregon, and compares favoraolg
with any tn the State. Job Printing or even
Imaginable description done at San Francisoo
rates, and In a prompt and fleet-c'ase manner
Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Are newspapers the best medium for
Two questions are asked concerning Belt received at Wa»hington the follow advertising? We most emphatically »ay
the proposition to publish all new laws ing letter concerning the Indian Messiah yes. The newspapers are the beet me
in the general newspapers of the state: prophet from John S. May, special cen dium for advertising, because of their
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universal and repeating circnlation.
First, what will it coat? Second, is it a sus agent of Indians in Nevada:
“While special census agent of the In With religion» regularity they reach the
political scheme? The question of ex
pense is the more important. It is not dians of Nevada I learned of tlie where homes of our humblest and »ost afflu
torr JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
virtually a proposition to create a new abouts of this prophet, aud deem it not ent citizens. We said ugivernal circula
Utf Jackson, Josephine, Lake an !
“tv« »’. k «ÌHeuM
expense annually, but (o stop an ex inappropriate for me to addreea yoar tion, for, toil me if you please, is there a
Kiainatb /»unties-. Circuit Ju«lg«t, L. K. Web-
•ter. Dir fci Attorney, W. M. Colvlg.
pense of nearly $20,000 per annum (and honorable office on this and state briefly hamlet, a place in all this glorious
this year it is to begieater) now incurred a few facte tiiat came under my observa conntry. where there is not read during
Senator. •, Theo. Cameron; Represt ntatives,
8 Kurrv, •> W. Merritt. J. M. M c C m U; County
by publishing the laws in book form tion First, it is trite that most of the the week some kind of a newspaper. We
J M Kelt CuinuiiSBionurs, C. W. I’ay-
principally for the use of the lawyers, Indians are believers in tlie coming of a do not claim tiiat in all cases a newspa
»Uymond; Clerk,.M. Muller; Sheriff, J.
and tv use this money to print the laws Messiah in the early spring. The pro per is regularly subscribed to and paid
1 ireKsurer, G. E. Bioomrr; A^esum.
tion, over indir ihu’iH’«*, A*’ , Bir.’h ,is LriNNof l ruiu
^ .¡too; 8ch«A»l Superintendent, C. ?*.
III . ik
drawn up. <»pi<*luUv pertaining Power, Wnkcfu I)n.
where they will come directly into the phet resides in Mason valley, near Es for, but we do maintain that a newspaper
... s». I a-ing<:.)v.n PalnsUi thè
mi.. - 1 tb-iufui <»t estates.
i veyor, P. Appit gatc; Coroner,
bni k,Seminai Wcakii.'fM •. h \ <t<”la, Xeno ' Pr -
possession of the people who areexiasct- meralda, Nev., close to ttie Walker river is read by some member of the family
| Stock Inspector, V* . F. Songer.
trattoti, Sortunial Elafi Idiomi, j.e -corrh' a. l»iz-
e 1 to obey them, in place of »(lending reservation His name is not John Bide,- every week more or less, even if it has to
*•’1 JOSMPHi.xX COUNTY.
lolled r <•«’ If ogu ' n . I’rompt RdnitU««»*
Alor. vV.St. Clair; H«-pr«Sentativv.
the Iieople's mone) to give about 1000 of Reno, but Jack WilBon, kuown among be borrowed from a neighbor; lienee the
t'-T-y, whi< h if negl'Tted ften It a 1 to
H U iot. i-B County Ju.l<r, V. Colvig; C«»m-
ohi ncc un i insali tv. p;_ _ fl.00
_____ a _ box,
__ , w r» boxe'
pi oft -ssional persons the benefits of a Indians bv tlie Indian name of We-Vo- superiority of newspaper advertising
money loaned .
Bt<elo*. t. H musvu ; Clerk, C.
limited publication ot these laws. The Karl and also Co-We-Jo, and is an intela must be at once evident But some will
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K" ’ r ••• < js • pìven
e «. . ui lib s 11 Spcifalty. Jiu-kson
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C A.**»-riNor, E. C. Harmon,
proposition is to place the laws diiectly ligent, fine-looking Indian, Of about 35 say in support of pesky “dodgeis” that
everv f '» 00or*ier ree eire.J, t . r / .........
ilouuht and bold.
in i thè money if
mjkaZjiCk ..•tendeot, W. A. M aam »-; Survey
1, -ot el Mill» of nil theSur- a Permaner; <• <• D l.ct atleetej. We bave
in the hands of the three hundred thou years of age, who goes into trances, or people do not read advertisements in
or r w
Coroner. Dr. Wailacv.
- ii .« county, and receive A li- thonMiD'lsot tw'im''niuln i ura obi and v »’ nz.
seemingly so, for ten to fourteen hours, newspapers. Here is where you are
sand |«ople in Oregon.
iiti 0 ¡10111 Itoseburg of all new or i»«»t‘i sax. i, nh <h v.H»e n r ^»am nily cut <1
Part of the exiH-nsw is already incurred, in the presence of large numbers of In- talking about something you know noth
Joint jU®*tor, C. A. CoMtaweii of Lake; Rep-
Services are now he'd in 8t. Joseph's
L mil thus prepared to make I'-. I he iimc of \ph rodi fine, (’‘.’•enjar fr«c. Adda
',UI . Jnr^A. ¿aider ol Lake- County JU«1M«*,
end III. 1 J*re-< motion paper», and
church every Sunday ftl 10:30 A. M., • xcept as tlie special and local aids are frequent dtsns, U|>bn invitation of the. prophet. ing about. The public do read adver
8. Orr; VMO«a.ss>ua«n-s. A.C. t/Yawfvi 1
Uw 4il> hui.dsy ot each mouth.
’r » ;rte “> Western «ranch,
ly ordered printed in the press of the lo Upon his recosory, be relates' to them tisements. Ton of the oi>positioa read
8. mivm; Clerk, A. L. Leavitt; Sncriff, E.
Services will be held in St. Michael's cality wheie taxpayers are specially af what he has nom ; he tells them he has them, but you won't at this time admit
W. Gowan; Treasurer. W m. K. Howe*. Asm»-
For salo a» City bruir Sture, Jacksonville.
•or, John Smart; Senool Supctiniendent. P. L.
church. Medford, on theih Sunday of fected. The charter and acts relating to b**en in lieaven, and that the Messiah is it. You unconsciously reej them if not
Fountain; Surveyor, Laa. Leakcard; Coroner, J.
• acti m .nth by Rev Father (’lark, parish Portland are printed at the expense of coming to earth again and will put the otherwise. Your eve glances at an at
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the people there. W<- ask for an exten Indians in possession of this txiuntry; tractive advertisement and you get an
The following are
joint Senator, C. A. Cursweil of Lake; Hep-
sion of a wise and salutary principle— that lie lias seen in heaven aheap of In impression of the snbject matter. The
reaoutative, A. Solder; County Judjc, W. A.
»ppcintinents for Itie
that al! t’e general acts tie published of- dians some of whom are dressed in white particular advertisement in to-day’s pa
Wiisuire; Co4um»ss4«1Miers, A. v. L uhc , Ge«>. M.
.-ihi-alh c.f ea<li nion'li, Medford at 11
J mea; Clerk, *Y. N. Sutton; Sucrilf, W. P. Hvy-
o cl<»< K A M. Hint 7 I’ M; M-Cd d Slllbrlll, ti.ri dly m the g< n.-ral newspapers of the men’s clothes. He counsels the In per impresses you no further, but I’ll
ford Treasurer. A. McCaUcu; Sc.io »l Superin
1 iiiiral Point at 11 a . m and 7 1* m ; state at a email compensation based dians, not to disturb tl.e white folk», say wager if your needs at that time required
tendent, A. H. Flsner; AMou >r, J. E. Mc-
¿ L u
'hud Sabb.iih. Medford »1 It a . m . and 7 upon the actu il circulation in the state. ing tiiat tlie blanket or rabbit skin that any article there enumerated your closest
Dunouirn; Stock inspector, D. K. Jones.
M K KT LN O or COUNTS. KTC.
But what Will it cost * \t a tough es was put over tlie moon by the Indians attention would be riveted to tiiat par
I* m ; fourth Sabbath, JsckvonviHe at 11
The supreme court of Ur« «*»n mv»“ts at
A. m . and 7 pm .
timate, if there he a hiiiiured newspa- wdl soon fall off, and tlie moon, which ticular spot in the paper, and you would
SaieiM, regular terms commencing on the tirywt
The following are Rev R. Ennis’appoint p is in the state which would undertake is now afire, will destroy the whole peo read every syllable of tiiat advertisement.
Moudaya in Marcn and October; also at Pen
ments: On <verj Sunday morning, except to publish, and the g-neral laws of the ple.
dleton, commencing on thst Mnadny in May.
People’s ideas, wants and cireums'anees
The circuit court for the nrsl judicial distru t
ing ti e ttnril Le will hold services al u.e legislative assembly required fifty col
“Tne Messiah is to appear on Mount are eo dissimilar that we might advertise
sits in Jackson county on hrst Mouduys in
Pr<-byu-rian ci.urcli in Phoenix; on third umns at $2 per column lor eacT thcu- Grant, which is a very large mountain, the same item 365 <lavs in the year, aud
April, September and December, in Kiaiuafn
NEAT. DURABLE, STR.O IG A.VD C ISA
Sun- ay morning at Jacksonville and every
and is situate.! about sixteen mile« south each day b- advertising the »rttcie tiiat
county on second Monday in June and !ir*t
Sumla. evening be will preach at the rami copies iirculated, it would cost
Monday tn November. 1 ti Lake county <»n the
♦ lib) in each newspaper, or $10.0.10 for of the Walker river agency buildings and especially intore»ted a certain num Iter of
Pre-'-y'< r an ciui-i h in Ja< ksouville
Lfitrd Monday InMay aud tile eecoiid Mouday
ttie session laws, or about $5000 a year on tlie west side of the lake. Here is people. Wants manifest themselves—
lu October. In Josephine county on hrM
LUliLd Hoarseness. Whooping Cough,Croup.
Moudays in Marcn tuid August.
to lay In-fore ev.ry cilia n ,n the st.-tt where the first In liana app<*arad acc »i<l- |H»ople <io not have t ■ ere te them ; hence
Sore Throat. Asthma, and every affmion of the
Fur Jackson county the county, probat «• and
mg to their lieliei. I visited this an a<lvettis-ment unliee-ied by Mr. A.
Throat, Lungs and Chest, including Consumption
Out of .ill ibe tijuicd on the iii-i.if^i the Work of lite legi-lito.s.
commissi oners* courts meet uv< ry uioutn,
Il Olliers wanted the laws in book or mountain last September in performance B. or C. last week, or last month, might
commencing with to« rtrat M«»n laj ; tor J«»m -
Lake L t>i b train tbeie y< t remain but
phiue county, toe hr»l Monday in January.
two pat < » :« w b« Br c ndiiion is mi «11 ht pa.npldet form, let them be pu- lisbed by of my duties as special con-table. Thi* prove of vital interest to Lint this week,
April, July and September; Lor Dake uouui v,
the state ami sold to those who want to mountain is held sacted to the Indians, and he scans it as clo-ely a» any other
nous, liuse are.Mr. Kiraberly and Mr:
tsl< XEI) HAVP. 1 oltMI.I» A
every alternate moncu. coinmvnvuig the hr-i
H» w it, under treatment at $al«-m. Ii«»t i pay • xtra fur tiiem in I fiat form ; but let and on ita top they allege tii y can see item of news; in fact, it is news to him.
ii dii auth. r.ztil capitai ot
Munday tn January. For Klamatu county the .
flrst dfvduusday in Marcn, Juuv. September
it be remembered that ".he tna-s of the th« footprints of their first father, Nu- And this prove» ttie advantage ar.d effi
ili all of ita brandiva In
ii.i i:i"i:irs n.t/ a a.
heri.v’s s| inal njuifs are evidemed by a citizpns and taxpayers have the first iiierna. If I may tie permitted to sug ciency of constant and persistent adver
1. (»dice ai thè old stand
para yz«<i :eg. Alrt*, Hewitt is also suffer
gest, Iwould recommend that all the In tising. which cannot tie done profitably
Banking House, S. E. corner Cul-
Short IA110 to California
ing in the spim but the exact nature ol b r right to know ttie new laws they aie ex-
I 1 nini -tr« via.
dians be permitted to visit ttii« mountain, except through the medium of news
(.(•. BEEKM AN.
”Harp< i s Bazin-’ 1 h a jouriml f<»r tbc home. < a"t s i.re thought to be nt all dangerous, amended or repealed at each session, as as I am satisfied that they will only send papers. Advertising in newspaper* is
l'HOS. G. KEAME8.
Giving thr iatv>t infui niaiion with i« gan! to and in time probably both w 11 recover eu- well us to know in detail every act ap delegations from each tribe for the pur something like courtship and marriage.
the Fa.riiiioos, its tiiiiinr>iiluRtrations, tir* ly. Captain Enel! who found hini'-e.f propriating money.
pose of ascertaining t'ue trut's of tlie TLe lover sees only the superficial charma
l.iMhfoii-platrs. am! patti rn-rihv< I supplements
ATT i IHNRY AND COUN.-4El.GK A l LAW,
At present a few papers [ublish such prophecy. Indians of Nevada expect in the maiden and thinks he is happy.
are indispensable alike to the h«<iiie dress in tl e wrec k with two broken le^s, ha« left
milker and th« prtd'essiomil in«siiste. No ex ton (|!i.$rt< r-« in «be Portland hotel and is laws as tiiey see til to,ami la as that they delegations from most of the tribes north The new advertiser hears from hie last
raoM yaquina :
pense is spar« «1 in making its artistic attract- now in California. He was still almost have no interest in, or are for any rea and northwest, and Sitting Bull is ex week's announcement and congratulates
1 wm t-s ol the high« st >>i4« r. 11s clever short h< Iplt as w ben he left; but he got tired of
Wiiiain»‘tt«‘Valley, iVedn«nday. Dec
Willainftt«1 Valley, Fr'«lay, Dec......
stories, pallor plays, ami thoughtful essays waning and wanted to visit friends. The son opposed to, they do not print. If all pected. The only fear of the Nevada In him»elf that tlie money was well spent.
MORRIS M. HARKNESS,
Wiliam* tt«1 Valley. Sunday, Dec.. .
salislv nil holes, and its lad page is famous as iraci'jitsof ins leg* w»»re more stubborn by the laws hail to be printed correctly tn dians is that the government will inter The lover is married, and only after years
u budget «»I wit and hunmi. Initswtckly is
ATYOUNSY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
sue* « very t hi ng is inciu«b «1 w hlch ia ot inter- r»asohoi his age the captain being over ttie papers in each county, many at- fere with troop«. I think if the Indians of housekeeping does he fully appreciate
The c »inpany reserves the right 10 change sailing «lates without notice.
ot to w<mi« n I Hiring Isisi ohv« Tiiem«- Mil <» year« old. All the rest of the ’uju ed teinptid jobs in tlie shape of legislation are left alone at the various agencies the tlie euterlative worth of tlie maiden as
Urnni’t I'att, Itrryon
ler. ( tiristine Terhune Bern« k, and Mary ar«- able to be up. ami some are leaving the would n-ver go into the statute books. whole thing will die out.
wife; only now does the genuine happi
Trains connect with theO. A C. R. R. and River Boats at Corvallis anti Albany.
L«iw< Dickinson will respectively furnish h h sphals every day.
omce in Ahir» building. Front Street.
“All ol the ludians here don’t believe ness begin. The veteran advertiser is no
It should be the duty of the proper state
s« ri< * <»t pap« rs en “The Daughter at Home,’’
Train X • :» will run Tue*lays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and «ni inf-rm i o du
official to supply each paper a correctly in the prophet, although Josephus, tlie longer experimenting or basking in the
« yi* tils a Day." and “Tim Woman of the
. I rain No. I will run Mondays, Wednes«hiys »in«i Friday s.an t ii tnt< r n
p. P. PRIM,
SHHUBBERT “ pi Thr«
Skipped the Country.
riod.” Th«-serial nove ls will be written by
wit. n ntossirv.
T. 1:. It ffg, it
printed copy of each new law and not chief at Walker lake, thinks maybe “Co- sunshine of hope; he iias proven to liis
ATryKNKY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Sunday Welcome Wm Guthrie, a Fp«>r pay for publication until it bad been We-Jo” is a prophet, for the reason that utmost satisfaction there’s merit In it;
W. B. WEBSTER
C. C. HOCUI
1 \« I \ . r fin:« d barbt r who works <n thi® correctly punted.
he went twice to this prophet to consult he has bad the most substantial proof ol
Jtit Ri-toHClIlf, Ureyon.
Gen’l F. A P. Ag*t,t>regoa Development Co.,
(ien I F. a P. Ag’t, (> P i
sitb- "f 1 he
iilame*'ie river, «n l here'o”
h>4 Htt itkfoniery St.. Han Frauoiitco Cal.
If the laws are published ill the news- about water, as there was no rain, which it by tlie constantly increasing patronage
i/ fi r/><i*f i
JTH1 practice in
tn ail courla
courts of the Slate.
State. « >tlk v
and by patrons voluntarily testifying in
... . Court House,
AA. ....... • tuird
■ . 1 r*. I dour
<4. ...I* t.,
♦ r g.igtmeiitN at the Card table didn’t ktep pafH ra every farmer can Lave the new really came and saved their crop«. Hence
, ' in
letl ol vn-
b iK over night m Portland <n Thanks laws >n ius bouse for reference by sim tlieir belief in this prophet. Captain his presence that they came in response
.......... Si m giving Day iett his tai htu wife an<i live ply keeping a fi e of Id- papers for a few Dave, of Nevada, and Josephus are bet to his invitations through the news
HARPEI. S BAZAR...................
ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 1.
H AKPEIC S M UJAZIN!............
.............. 4. UU
J R. NEIL,
............... 4 <10 cliiidien, and cautioned the storekeeper« months, instead of h-iviiigto goto a law ter posted upon this Indian craxe than papers.
«10 per 100 HAlfi l li > WI.LKI ù
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
II ARI’I K > \ <H N(. Pl’ol l.i:
.............. 2 00 not o rust them in tu u eon Lis a<com t. yer whenever he wants to know what any other Indians in Nevada. Tiiey are
1« •• •’
PoNiug«* !»■<*<• to al« siibscritn-r in J I k I nited \\ h< «1 <»uthr.e niarrn d his wife she had the law is. If he does not consult a law truthful, intelligent and reliable and
P arting the H air .—The foreman of
til “ ”
btnles, < amidi» or 51« wo.
ab u’ a tb usand doila s. It is unneces yer he must invest $10 in a code, and would very much like to see ttie commis one of the largest barbershops in New
sar\ t«> aay that she has r ot got it now.or her
every two years buy tlie session laws, sioner. Captain Dave was anxious to York is authority for the statement that
WUI practlee iu all Courts ot the State, Ulbcc
The vohtnn s of the “Bazar'" begin with the bU'b‘«n«i’» deseriion would have been de-
in tue Court House. Ural dwr loiettot cu-
thst numb« r !«>r January ot each j « ar. "’hen ferted. Froiu a 1 accounts the mother and which aie sometimes not printed in see you at the time of your visit to the the number of men wtio part their hair
iu> time is in«nt '.uti« <!, subscriptions will bejrIn < h hiten are to t> ■ congratulated on the de- book form for a yeai after the legislature agency, but never knew of your coming in the middle is increasing every day.
v it ti the number current at lnua ot re«-cipt of l a tu.<• ol Mr. Wm. (¡uthri«’, and although adjourns.
until you had gone. Outside of this The. fashion has grown, according to thia
H. K. HANNA,
perhaps nut beueved by them in their lone-
Tuns far no newspaper in the state present religious craze, these Indiana expert on the subjeet of hair-dreesing,
Bound volutin’s ol “ILirper’s Bazar,” for I ne.-s, there was nevertheless more cau-e
TTORNKY AND COUNSELOR AT L^W.
J. C. CARSON,
Las challenged the movement to publish could give vour office a deal of informa until it would not be out of the way to
thr«•<• \ • .0 -* b.u k. tn neat cloth bimlimr. "ill
t>»‘ sent bv mail, p«*stax*e land, or by express, fo> tb-'iii to < tier tliallkn on the 27'h of last the laws fro.-u a political standpoint. tion about tlie wav things are managed state that fully one-haif of the men who
lr«‘« of • xp< ii-*-. provid« «1 the fn i^ht does not month w I hmi lie sought a new bed and There is absolutely no politi- s involved at Nevada and Walker river agencies, formerly derided
this once much-
• xccvd one dollar per volume, tor $7 per vol bci. ril 'batí fell tv the lot of any other fam
WiU practice in nil court* ot thesMute. Office Does a General Banking Business, and Buys and Sells East
ily m East Portland at least so say her in fatuiliaiizing the people with the laws that are not always learned by United condemned fashion are gradually getting
in Urta ti brick, up-auurs.
t'loth case« for each vtdutne, suitable fur reia'ives. Guthrie formerly lived in Ash which they areexi-eeted to obey. Obe States inspectors during a few day’» visit, around to it. “They begin,” said the
ern, Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
binding, will be sent by mall, postpaid, on re
dience to law is lias d npon the under no matter how good and vigilant the in barber yesterday, “by parting the bair a
J. J. HOUCK,
ceipt of yl each.
standing of its provisions rather than spector may be. Wouhi it not^tre a good little higher upon the bead by degree«,
Ruinittuii.’.-sahouLL be made by postothce,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
D4-afneNa Can’t be Cured
mono t'idi r or <»oiiLshmycpt 1« mm * j
ii*»m (e ir of |w-n«timH in.-urri-d. This is idea to get this prophet Co-We-Jp with until they finally get ii exactly in the
title, of R-putihean.«, Democrats and Al these Indians to visit Washington? It c-wMawr- i r-m-mt’ev when it was a verv
UvlU tllll, Urtifvtt.
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
Newspapers are not to copy this adv«*rtlae-
metii with««ut tl»e«\rprciw order of H akpeii JK ttie diseased portion of the ear. 1 here 1« liance voters.
may have a tendency to quiet thiscraae. rare thing for a man to part his L’air di
only one way to cure deafnes?, and ibai b\
Will attend to all business In my line with
B ros .
rectly ovtr bis nos ■; but all ti e contempt
MONEY LOAN ED ON FAVORABLE TERMS
prompt ueaa and al rvaaofliiblv rales.
W hoabk O ctos W okk —The charac
ctused by an inflamed condition of the
W hat a S tlctacle —The Oregon and fun which inch a proceeding evoked
WM. M. COLVIC,
mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. ter ol the men who are generally f und wheat raiser continues to buy eastern are now rep aced by indifference as far
Win n this tube gets inflamed you ba.ea out of employment is always an interest bam and eggs. Harnessed to the duty at tlie pu lie is concerned. Twei ty
AfTOHNKY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
rumbling sound or imperfect bearing, a hen ing study to the thoughtful man.
A of raising square miles of wheat, how- years ago the politician who parted his
it i-4 entirely closed, deafness is the result,
can lie find time Io altend to such tr fling hair in tlie middle court el dieaster at
the inflammation can be Taken
tua polls. Now no end of statesmen,
Will practico tu alitile courts ot Ilio siale.
out and the tube nstored to its no: ma' anybody out of work except those who jobs as the raising of pork and poultry prominent or otherwise, wear tlieir hair
Prosvcutiug Attoruey lor First Judicial
He works bard to make
<<)id tion. bearing will be destr yed for are looking for something they are in involves?
Llistriet. UiHee lu Court-uouse.
Purchasers of property or Capital Stock *>f the
ever; nine eases out of ten are caused by competent to pet lorn). A man who is both ends meet, and lip gets enough o<it in a dandified frehion, and ii does not
catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed able to adapt himself to circumstances of hie equare miles of wheat to afford hie even call forth a iemark.
ROBERT C. SMITH,
condition of ihe mucous nut faces.
and takes any job that is offered is never family—bread and butter ’ He <*ann<>t thing that the rank and file strenuously
We w ¡1 give One Hundred Dollars for out of employment, ami it is only for a even take time to notic- tlie financial and positively object to Is the masculine
ATTORNEY AND COUN.*»EL o K AT LAW.
By tho Thousand !
any ease o< Deafness, (< aused b. catarrh)
bang. They won’t have that at any
Itiat we ( aniiOt cure by taking Hall s sl.oit tune at u.o.-t that he is obliged to prosperity of the man next door, who price.”
do anything that is really beneath his doesn’t work so fiard, cultivate» less
v||| r , ; 11. i ' -11 > N h 11 is Ni >W TAK I NG tllt-
Catarrh Cure. Send for cin u’ars fr<e.
TAKE PUBLIC NOTICE
j . a..... aud Jueephlae coun
F. J. C heney A Co., Toledo, O. ability. As Hoell us 1 e demonstrates to ground, but raises considerable poik
A RAtLRoan man who has jus’ tetiirned
office in Layton Jt Co.'s brick, upstairs.
his employer hie fitness for higher posi and poultry. Pause a moment, O weaty
Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Of the Franchises and Privileges granted to F. H. ROWE
tion he is sure to la- piotuoted. Those wheat raiser! Wipa from your brow’ frotnTulare tel-.s of his astonishment at a
ROBERT A. MILLER,
FRUIT TREES à SHRUBBERY,
who aspire to something above their abil tlie sweat that half-biinds you. and com fruit farm he found in that county. It
August 7th, 1888,
Wlmt is liume?
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
ity, however, are very num. rolls. .Many pare vourself with the man of pork and contains 2900 acres, of which 2.00 am all
"What is home without a newspaper?"
<>t these are actually ignorant of the lact poultry. He is a live man in a healthy set to orchard. Fioui 1(M) a- e« of Bart
JarktnH rail., Or.
lett peare jael coming into t> aiing there
new-paper *s my-r-e than no home al al’. that they ate unqualified for the Kind of market, while you are a tired man in a have been shipped to the east last reason
If is n.k nil oflUreary den a ri miezvous for work they are seeking. It would lie a market that ia pretty sick !
office in building formerly occupied by L>r.
Grass, Clover and all kinds of
beebugs, crippled mosquitoes and fle«by mercy to many such men if someone are hardly getting ahead, <nd jailing, ten cars of fruit. Ttie carloads range at
fleas, where Ute inbabitan's live iu igno would tell them kindly that their search waiting for a “raise in wheat,” he is ten to twenty tone each. If we aver
rance ot what is going on in the world. It is in vain, because other men are better taking in the coin. What a sad specta age these at fifteen -ons to the car, wo
N. D. YOUNC,
is inhabited by a class of people who could qualified to perform the duty they aspire cle is that of a man raising square miles get 130 tons, or 300,000 pounds. Tho
not tell whois constable; who never find
fruit is wortli 3 cents per pound, which
J. W. WALKER.
J. H. GRIFFIS
S U R V E Y O R,
out anything has happened until it is for to themselves, and will therefore be of »beat and realizing no more than gives $9000 as the value of the crop
gotten by eveiy one else, rtie childien at preferred. There is many a man who enough bread and butter for Ins family! from tins young orchard. Ttie shipment
Jaeksonx ille, Oregon.
Trees. Bulbs, Fertilizers, etc.
tain stunted i-rLwth l-e- u«e ol their un would make an exeelb nt pul ler that fili And yet one can sec it in every county
• • • • T/rr r ! I IHIttTII) . • . .A
of pear-ties from this place were twenty
Surveying of all kinds done in a flrst-ck»>s
Tne wife fluds ters away his hi • as a ¡ante < xcusa for a or township where the aappiv of haul
in tnuvr and at reasonable rates.
o.riiTH & WESSON _
lon-olaiion >n darn.i g soiks ai d lucy 1 l:> k ke p r ” An i 1 istrari in of a man and eggs comes from “the store ’ instead care, or twice as much as the pears.
«"Special attention pai l to locating gov
a pipe charged with green tobacco; »nd 'he e ’ko g om ttm.g 11 do for wRich he w ..s of the faim.
Il is a sad spectacle to They were worth $18,000. There has
iiusi'iind generally live* because l.e cau l utterly unquait’.ed was recently told in noto the wheat raiser puicbaaing vege been shipped from th s ranch five cars
me »i d is too trilling to kid himself. He
of dried fruits and there are three mors
Thc Finest Smail Arms Ever Manufactured. ®
O. F. DEMOREST,
g -i s to the polls on election day amt casts one of the daily papers in the following tables at the »tore and hauling them to go. These eight cars of dried fruit at
< \ ____
Ins vote for the nian who will buy him
rate of fifteen tons to 'he car would
entered the office ot a cotton mill ttie much occupied in raising square mil«» of the
We want you for a customer. Give us with a glass of stomach destroyer
amount to 120 tons, or 240 000 pounds,
a trial order.
Even the bui ter that he and the value is at lez’t $48,000 Here
for a j ib at book-k<eping. lie said he'd den truck
Butte Creek Koller Millf.
CEO. DE BAR, M. D.,
bread ie bougist at the are three item« amounting tn the gross
F. L. Posson & Son, The ro ler process machinery in tlie
$75,000. Ami this is a new plscs,
for when be dis to
Butte creek mills having been placed in
PHY81C1AN AND 8 (J H G E O N.
where the tre- s are all young, and few or
LOADING and SAFETY,
209 2d St., Portland. Or.
none are tn full bearing, many of them
arc of cheap iron imitations.
Succcs>ors tn Miller I'
C ifnl >guc Free. sumed, I am now ready to supply «'ill who had not been educated in keeping books,
not being in bearing at all.— Lui Angdtl
may c<me w ith the best of roller process but lie was confident he could do it.
OlBce nini rvnldenee on <’oliforniti Street.
flour at market rates. 1 will continue to The agent who tells of ttie incident save ists are continually looking towaid the Hernld.
SMITH <8 l WESSON,
Calls attended promptly day or iiignt.
exchange with farmers for wheat nt the l.e lieaid the old gentleman’s story and
1 //./ />, vias . ■
Pacific coast for op|iortumti.?s to invest
tollowing rates: 3N pounds of superior
K. P. CEARY, M. D.
I n view of the rapid reduction in the rate
baker’s grade flour per Bushel without ofl’al, kindly told him that he saw no vacancy their funds, and its states contain eo
h r s i CIAN AND SURGEON,
or 34 pounds of baker’s grsde flour per then, but that lie would remember him. many fields for enterprising men to real of increaee, and the constHtt'ly dimin
AT CENTRAL POINT,
ize good returns tint there is room for ishing quantity of unoccupied,arable land
bushel and nine pounds of feed.
change limited, to family uses, in farmer’s
W as Dives y K li - cblu an or D emo all. Eugene A. Albee of Boston, repre to draw from, an addition of 16 880,000
sacks. Will guarantee the output ot the crat .—A good alory is told concerning senting a numfier of capitalist«
jhat acrea of cultivated land »eer.ie to be quite
tflee in Hamlin's Block. Residence on C
Butte creek mills to be equal to the best
tlie discussion fietween the Hon. Win. citv. and also the Queen Minitig Com as much aa can lie expected in thia de
fl nr made in southern Oregon.
M. S| ru.gi-r and Ilin. Rottweil <». Horr pany of Brindletowti, Burke coutrty, N. cade. Ihiring file remainder of thiacen
A. J. D alky .
C. B. PICKEL, M. D.,
Where is kept constantly on banda complete
at Moulii-c o. N. Y., on September 4th. C., which lias a lease of the claims of tury the annual increase in consumption
and tlrst-chiss stock of
In bis speech Mr. Springer said that for the Queen Consolidated Mining Com will necemitate average yearly additiuna
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
11 <»mc\.Office nt
twenty-five year» the Republican paity pany in that once-noted gold field, is of 17,000.000 acrea to farm area»,of which
The Great GiBiBiiiaiiin.
had lieen promising protection tor the now visiting the state in search of a loca more than ooe-third must be land actual
(tn the State Insurance Co'». Building,;
Dalls prompt I; Attended to Day or Night.
1 l.e railroad comniii-idon fins notified farmer. Yet the farmer was getting tion to establish the amalgating plant of ly producing ataple crops, with but 100,-
Otllce on B street.
,lND BRANCH OFFICES IN PORTLAND. ASTORIA AND ALBANY.
Kovblerot tlie 8. F. Co. th.it tlie poorer every year. He hoped lie would the Queen Company. He seeks ground 000.000 arable acres to draw from, ai
Stoves, Tinware. Cutlery, Manager
Lake Uiln-h trrstle should be repaired. not get to be as poor as D.ve», »ho was which cannot be worked by hydraulic which a considerable pait is already in
Has tor saie a large list ol
W. 8. JONES, M. D.
WIiHt U watchful coniniirsion that i- to find
methods and which by panning yields cluded in farms,there would apiiear to be
a Men imperatively necessary »fur. tlie forced to beg for a drop of water to cool
PA I XTS
little difficulty in determining the max
PHYSICIAN A N l>
» T R G E O N.
trestle has broken down and killed ami tiis parched tongue. In his reply Mr. not less than fifty cents per day per
Grain, Stock and Fruit Farms, Also City arid
women. Horr »Undid to the fact that Mr. Spring man. Such lands fie can make pay by imum time that will elapee before the
Oirs OF AXT KINDS. Pinluibly Manager Koehler did not know er had referred to Dives. “You might his met hods,and thojo tie represents are exhaustion of the materia! fioin which
Office -HAnilin a Block.
enougli IO put up tlie work «g»in so as -o know,” continued the great Michigander, prepared
............... lease or new farms can be carved in numhera
either . puindiase,
Tin- Oregon Lnml C o .. w « a «■•poctalljr organlziM for tho purpm • <>I buying- an I -o', in ‘ hnu
get Ins trains ovei, without a hint from the “that Dives waa m t a Democrat, for 1 e work on shares a large section of country | sufficient to meet the requheinei te of tlie
Inrip- irHi t. ot Imi'I. »inf h»x during the p«»t two year« bought nnd «ub.Lv L-.1 - .v. i
R. PRYCE, M. D.,
commission, says the Roseburg “Review.’’ howled for water. If he had lieen a ot this character. Ttie gentleman goes increasing population, and af'W which
H. I . < ..I hind Into live to twenty acre tract». The «ucces.« of tin« undi riakiriv I*» »bow u m i h.
fact that out ..I :x) irnct» placed on the market, 2J-’> have be> n sold
PHYSICIAN ANI» SURGEON.
Demccrat lie would have yelled for i to tlie Feather river country in a lew consumption must, a» in Europe, be met
W<* claim I hut tell urn« of choice land In fruit will yield >■ larirer Income Ihnn bib ;ni. - ol
«rhi-at in the MlaAimlppI valley.
whisky.’’ In Li» return speech Mr. I .lays to make a study o( the operations from the products of a given and unex-
W.. alau make valuable Improvement» in the way of road«, fence*, clciirlng the '»nd .1.
During the ye»r tlie customs collections Springer said that it was entirely un- I there in turning the river from its natur- panding ares euppleui* nU d by an impor
We can «ell a »mail tract of laod for the same price per acre you would Imvc 1 > 1 . ii L.r >1
Ufllcr I r Williams Urick Building, up-staira.
m the Willamette district, with beaiiqii»'’- lu.es-aiy to ink rm tlie audience Unit al course, during wliich he will proepect tation of food.
t*rs nt Portland. ain--iRite<i to $■>■».tin 1-*.
fcr a location some where in tlie neigh
And everythlmr elee immriiiHli'v in Gils line.
J. C. LEE, M. D.,
e value of foreign exports wr»» FJWSJ and Dives was not a Democrat. He rolled in
My goods are new nml ..I the beet brand», mid Tl
,f lioiio sltc i-xpiots.
In wealth. Ilia very num ■ indicated riches. borhood of Oroville.
I t coats the enormous sum ol $4 70 per
P H Y S i;c I A N AND 8 U K Q K O N .
Gie Y.opioui il.strict tlie ngfrecaie re- The last that w as lit aid of him lie was which is profioeeii to remove to this ton to transport wheat (tom the Walla
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I ituM ' . INCH Toi. INI II.
ci-pts wv:<-$307. amt the i xpenaea of (he in hell, where no l»r mocrat ever went. state represents an outlay of some $14,- Walla country to Portland, a distance of
Low »st Ruling; Prices.
, fti- .. »et, »1101 40. so III«! (he cost to The truth wa- tfiat Dives was a hypo 000, and experimental work at Brindle- 250 mi lee or thereabout», while it only
the govermueot of col ectiog« 1 wasover $3. critical Republican, and, seeing so niar y town has demonstrated its effectiveness;
Calle promptly attended to day or niuht.*
(i’ve me a call before irohu •• h < wh«*r<‘.
coats $5.40 per ton from Roseburg to
of his political faith a'ciind him, when tie but the ground there has been worked Portland, a distance of 200 miles. No
«I. 8. WAIT, M. D.,
wonder there is a wl.eat blockade of
Choice Lands For Sale
PHYÖ1C1AN AND 8VRGKON
1 r.-fess r
H. Allen says that last year cause he was afraid somebody would ask toward the golden state for an opening large proportions up there. Do the peo
four ton» i f |» uii < s vrown in tlie S.nia him to treat, and fie did not want to of for future operations, and it is claimed ple of Washington want to starve the rail
Cmz mountains, and sold to S< ii rran.’isco fend the Prohibitionists.
for the method employed that it in no road companies to death ?
I’1'.11 ' "v
p»r it-» f<-r »'-> < • n*s P" 1-oi.i.d bad le*n
wise conflicts with the laws affecting hy
office on .Main »trvH. in Chil.lerC building.
Valls promptly attended to, day and night.
Agents for Cyrus Noble Distillery, J.is. Schlitz Bn-wiiur < un
A D istisocishiid F amily .—A lady draulic mining.— Bulletin.
■ r reneb appearing label and sold for twen-
iy-five cents per pound under the Bor who lia» been traveling through tlie
Itt alt (Ar World thrrr it Sot awe Cure
pany, Milwaukee Bottled Beer, Schmidt A Co.’s Sarsaparilla an.)
A cuikvbd U ksatncm .—Dr. Koch,
Or. Haiara UwMra Wpeetflc.
inten sting little incident: “Tlie North
It can be given in a cup of tea or coffae
Carolina monntaineeis are generally whose fame during the last few weeks
ExeiU me nt
PHYSICIAN AND SURGED N.
good Republicans ; but I rode past one has gone forth to ibe ends o( the civilised without the knowledge ol the person taking
Run» high in this place over “System household in my afiernoon’a trip that world as the discoverer of the cure for it. effecting a specify and permanent cure,
Builder,'' a’ it cures Dyspepsia, Constipa
consumption, was until ten years ago an whether the patient is a moderate drinker
tion, Catarrh of the Stem ch. ami makes was cert-i nlv a striking exception to ttie oliscure country physician. Hi» practice or an alcoholic wreck.
Bpecial attention inven to Chronic Diseases.
sr?.’< Y;.,Ai/. ,L..ek
pure blood and bui'd< <ip the system. It
and iiia reputation did not extend beyond drunkards have hern rured who have taken
HALF THE €< »S3 «>f holritiruz saved
the Golden Specific in their ooffae wu'bout
C. B. FITZGERALD, Tell your friends of its merit when you use younger ones wearing copperas-colo:e<i the limits of tlie little town <4 Wollstein, their
OR. W. STANFIELD.
t<( >1 I - k • p' is. Ihitrhers. Farmer«,
knowledge, and to-day balieve they
,M,i« i.ini'tH, BuiBit is. Contractor?
a place so small and nnim|s>rtant that it quit drinking
t L ICT I C PHYSICIAN,
W. F. READ. President
of their own free will. No
J. R. WRITSMAN , Vice-Free ich rd.
and «'thorn. Admitted to be the Gold Hill.
harmful effect results from Its administra
KTi «-.it-‘-t I mprovvtt'« nt** E ver made
simply and effectively clad in a red wool
H m located In Ashland. Or., for tin- tiraetice J. L. COWAN, Treasurer
•I. K. ELDERKIN , Hoc. und 5 F
tn i.i< k • blm ks. Freight .prepaid.
tion. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular
ot htii profemhui. Makes all chronic dltu-aai-a.
en undersliiit that just escaped the
We have now sent statements of account
Write for Catalogue.
there that bis name came before the and full particulars. Address tn confidaueo
■ucii as Rheumatlam, Asthma, Phea, Klilnvy
to nearly all of those indebted to us. and ground, lied at the neck with a leather public in 1880 as an expert in connection GULDEN SPECIFIC CO., 185 Raes Stmt
Complaint«, etc^ a apeclaltv.
I niton Irmi nil Ensinr Wks.
Choice Location*- and Prices Reasonably an <arly response is desired and expecUd. string, and having the sleeves grace
I 1. 1-32. Ill Brush st., tu troll Mieli
As we I*ea»td doing business on Ju'y t, fully fastened up by the same means— witli the famous Speichert )>oii>cning
1X90 our books mu-t be balanced without were playing, with all tlie piftty aflec- case. The conviction of the prisoner in
F'srm /"sr £«nt.
SEND mu DESI Kll’TIVE ( liti t LAKS.
Tn«K» PCBMSKthG Co
tionatoness of tiger cubs or young hyenas, this cause celebre was entirely owing to
the remarkable analysis an<l medical
Ja'cisonviiie. Hept. 1. I’d!"
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000.
Tbs John Centers farm on Bear creek,
I MEDIortD llol.LER MILLS WILL
mny bo nrmna on
lint Su M n'v in tl.e rn< ke t!>" young frttitnCny of Dr. Koch, which attracted containing 16 acres, is offered for rent.
weodwtaf eared. Bnnkalz«m«d
■i •”■.'• t»r F>r e.i.xty pounds of clean
‘•H om to rule All .*»4.1» Di»e«„..”
Ilio at G eo . F.
Tectinii rra la fr m all
bit the dust and called on', ‘Paw, such wi<leeprea<i attention by reason of For turther particulars enquire of
of the »lobe. P-owpectut post
Kowi LL A C om
Ms*. 8. E. Isst.
their profound emdition that lie was
Mi.t:.;itt 11 nr hi iTinnur’.* sack*, or thirty-tour Newspaper
Sinudy apply •‘SWAVKK’k OWTM1MT." No make Thurman lemme ’lone!'
•onl on application tn ProC,
I’••un«l* of ■ tckitl tlour. Exctuing«- will ai>- Street), where adver-- -------------------------- -—
Internal medicine required Cure» tetter,
xtu. New Y-<
summoned to Berlin to take hie seat aa a Jacksonville Precinct, Oct. ,301090.
i'!y a1 th«‘ i*:i«H nix mill by tebiiiig twopoumls. tialng contmots may
iwzcma Itch, nil eruption» on the face hand«
I nin n«.w i«:t<ly to. buv or store, or tak«- in K. tuda «or it 4-
nose fcc leaving the skin clear, white and land,’ responded a vo*ce from the but. memtier of the Sanitary Commission of
WANTED LIBERAL SALARY
btoit <>n exchange, any amount e.tf«-re<l,
healthy. ' He great hailing and curative pow-
relief by using Pteston'a
•‘‘I baint teclied’un.‘eauuaked tie of
home or to trae.-I.
A. A DAVIS
** tho red shirt, ‘it's Htfnflr’Wi.' ”
to D avis Ar F kakck
K. B. Me
ATE (>T OKEGON.
,J. H. Mitchell, J. N. Dolph;
j, B. Hermann; Governor, SL l*cn-
rtMry of JAtat«*, George W. Mc-
fri.TMtalir‘>r. Geo. W. Wetib; State
Baker, Hupt. Public Instruction,
>y. Supreme Judges, K. S. Btrattan,
ie;w. P. Lori, K. 8. Bran.
SILAS J. DAY,
J ig *. ci
a ill Hrl
JÜ L 1
8if.K«Aii & REAMES
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
FREIGHTS & FARES THE LOWEST
«O ÍPHIS OBLIGE OUTREES
Jackson County Bank.
Tolo Townsite and Milling Co.
GRIFFIS * WALKER
SAW MILLS ON SAM’S CREEK
THE OREGON LAND CO
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE!
JOS. C. SHERIDAN, PROPRIETOR.
TILE FOR SALE
IN SOUTHERN OÍÍEGON
63 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
The Farmers and Merchants Insurance Company
W.fl* ULRKM. district AM
î VIE û F û BD. OBEGOM
Children Cry1 for Prfctefs Castòri^'