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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1891)
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STATE Of* OREGON.
r s dennton., J. H Mitchell, J. N. Dolph;
«•„ngreiMUMii, B. Hernnuut; Governor. >. I on.
Iioyvr; 8«vrvt*ry of ft*«-, <•«■•>«•■ W. M<-
llri'h- Stwle Tr«-».ur«'r, Fini Metochan .'•late
I'rtutl-r.F. ti. Hwker; Supt. Futili«.- In.tructioii,
K H MclSlroy; Supreme Judge*. It 8. Strahan,
Chief Ju.tic«-,W. P. Lor-l, K. 8. Bean.
rimer jeuiuiai. disthict .
Comprimili» Jacliaon, Jow-plilne, Lak«- and
Hi a umili «•aititi«'»'. Circuit Judge, L. H. w, 0-
»tar. Dial rivi Attorney. W. M Colv.g.
Senator Theo. « amer .ii; Kepr. «-illative.,
S Furry. J. W. M. rrtll. J. d. Mel ali; . ounty
Jmlwe J H. Nell; I Hllnll-K-lon r-. ' " I aj-
,or tk'u Hayiuoial: Cl' i'k. M. Muller; idieritT. J.
U bX-" border. W. M.ll .tmej; tr.aa-
ur«rr, U. b. Bloomer; A—'•**-'•■ •- *- I»“'“1
ScblMll Superllllemleut. « . 8. I rie . . ill
F. Applegate; Coroner. J. 8. Fana.ii,
Inapeetor, W. F. Songer.
SILAS J. DAY,
REAL ESTATE AGENT I
CELEBRATED UNIVERSAL COMBINATION FENCEI
Is the Oriental salutation,
knowing that good health
cannot exist without a
healthy Liver. When tho
Liver is torpid the Bow
els are sluggish and con
stipated, the food lies
in the stomach undi-
f;ested, poisoning tho
ilood; freauent headache
ensues; a ieeling of lassi
tude, despondency and
Abstracts Made of Titles to
Of all kinds drawn up. espwlallv pertaining
to the m ttli im ni of «tat«*.
Collfticr of AffOBOls. Prompt Rrniitlanffi.
JOSEPHINK COI N rv.
Joint Senator. W. SI lian llepr'-mi'a
H. B. Miller; County Judge. V i "I. ig. <
uHauoncrs, C. «>. Bigelow I ■
K. Chanalor, Sh.-nff. Jam. a < . M
••r J W Sherer: Asst ”*«>i. L. t . tin u n.
or C w. Haven*; Coroner. I>r. Walia««.
J.H„t Senator“ X«•"«-well .;t l_.lt.; It'Ji-
rrwentativr A. Snider «»t Lak«*; < ’>U,,V •,u‘lg«,
J S Orr; Com*uisai«»i»’T’*, H. B. 1
Investment Securities a Specialty. Jackson
County Scrip Bought and Sold.
1 hav»* a coinplet«* set «t Maps of all th<
V€*y«*d Lands in this county, and r»*eriv<* Ab
stract*« monthly from R»»acburg of all n«*w
entri«** mad«*. 1 am thus pr«-pared to make
«»ut Homestead and Fre-emptlon papers, ana
ran save to parties the expense of a trip to
Roseburg Land Office.
Join! Senator. C. A. t mr-well of U«k. ; Hep-
r«Ìentative. A. Smder. t ounty Judge. W. A.
rv*Pronipt reply made to all letters.
Charges iu accordance with the times.
Refers,by permission, to (’. Beekman. Es»p.
Banker; t«> lion. L. It. Wet«st«*r. Judge of thn*
judicial district, and to any business house In
bl LAS J. DAY.
cnee in Position.
Hinches, Orchards, Gardens and Lawns, BEEKMAN & REAMES’
STRONG AND CHEAP.
undersigned have formed
NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED,
An a general family remedy for dy-n«'p>‘ia.
Torpid Liver. Con»*tipatii»n.rtc.. I hardly ever
uhc anything rifle, and have never been dlfl-
appointed in the vfl.-d pr»»dnred; it aremato
be almost a perfect cure for al! disease« ut the
fitomach ana Bowels.
W. J. M c E lroy , Macon. Ga.
shjiu iysteffK Is de
ranged. Simmons Liver
Regulator has been tho
means of restoring moro
people to health and
happiness by giving them
a healthy Liver than any
agency "known on earth.
It acts with extraor
dinary power anti efficacy.
r’WAV« MVERAI? rT*E FAffM6 AND OTH1R
DES1KAHI.E PHOP1KTT IN MY
HANDS FOB SALE.
The New Election Laws.
According to the new flection laws of
Oregon each precinct shall contain not
more than 250 voters. Polls will be op»n
from 8 to 6. Not more than ten voters are
permitted to approach within fifty feet of
the poll» at once. Nominations must he
certified to by conventions arid candidates
must file acceptance. The ba I Iola are fur-
nisbed by the countv < lerk and must he
alike, the names of all candidates appear
ing thereon, anil those not voted for are to
be stricken out, for which purpose the
state furnishes ind.lihle fencih. There
will be a stall or private compartment (or
every forty voters, every voting place to
have as many as three such | lacea with a
shelf or table where voters may prepare
their ballots in secrecy. (hose who can
not read or write wdl have the assistance
ol two judges
Attempts to violate the
secrecy are punishat le by fines from *50 to
*500, and fraudulent voting by tines from
*300 to II.iAlO. or imprisonment from one to
three years, or bo<h. In cities of 2 5o0 in
habitants or over, p< liticsl primaries uro
regulated by law, ami fraud is punishable
by fines of ,50 to *2OO and imprisonment.
lhe secretary of state will semi out
copies of the elect'on laws in pamphlet
form for the use of judges of elections.
Spreading for Leagnes Around
The marshy, overflowed lands, sunken lots
and halt submerged river banks, which
give tlrini birth, tlie seeds of malaria Im
pregnate the air, and ate inhaled al every
breath by thousands unprovided with any
adequate safeguard against tlie baneful in
fluence. Yet such exists—potent ulike to
remedy or io prevent, pure in its consti
tuents. ami the professional reogn z d
substitute (or lhe hateful drug, quinine.
Its name is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a
family specific ami safeguard, loremost
not only as an antidote to malaria, but ai-o
as a means of permanently removing dys
pepsia, and relieving constipation, liver
complaint, rheumatism, kidney and blad
der ailments,ami nervousness. Among in-
vigorants it takes tlie first place and is also
S superb appetizer. Use it systematically.
The Sugar Schedule.
An immense shipment of sugar will b«
made to the west front the eastern states
before April 1, when the section <4 the
McKin'ey loll abolishing tiie duty g a-s
into effect. The South western Railway <k
bteamslnp Association has decided to di
Is S old os a
vide the sugar by percentages, a« it H
fear'd that ttie unusnauy big consign
ments will tempt sente of the r ads to nt.tke
to cure auy form /
a very low rate to tile sugar trust on c >n-
of ««TvoiiK 3iwa>e
=7 or any disorder of \
dttion that they get all the business The
the generative or-
Soutbwesterners do not seem to have very
ffatii of either acx .
much confidence in each oilier.
was no evidence that any one of them was
alter all the sugar; but they imagined lhat
u-eot stimulaut», AFTER
Tobar«*»» or Opium, or through youthful in«iiRcrr- ttie forbearance could not last, and that a
tioti, over inaulgvncc, Ac , such a* L on - of Brain simultaneous dive WHS going to be made
power. Wakefulness, Bearing down Pain« in the forit by lhe wh> le lot. This would have
ba< k.Seminal Weakn«*«», Hysteria. Nenous Pr
tration. Nocturnal EtniMinn«, I e icorrh-i a, J»i/ lhe ■ fleet ol demurs! zing rales.
ziie", W- ak Memory, Iximof power and Imp««
ten y. which if negh cted often lead to prcmniii-e
H ot *’ s Thin?
«»M age and insanity. Price f’..00 a I h » x . 6 boxes
for f «'O. sent by mail on r(M*clpt of price*
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for
A U KIT. KN <U 1 II AN TEE i« Riven f<>r any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by
even f,» «.xlor lrr re^eiv«1-!, to refund the money if taking Hail's Catarrh Cure.
a Permanent cure iw nut effected. We l av?
F. G. CHEN EY A CO , Prop’s, Toledo,
Pion rih I}«of tc‘»imonin’< from oh! an«! y«enu
• • • .»th sex« ’, whohn • I .*■ ”i i- -!-H«w«ntl*.'« •’ O. We, the undersigned. have known F. J
Cheney for the I hk I 15 years, and believe
!• •y the use of \p iro.irine. t irt t«lnr True. Addre
him perfectly honorable in all business
THE AFHRO MEDI^IHu CO.
transactions, and financially able to curry
out any obligations made by their firm.
For aale at Citv Dmr Store. Jacksonville.
VS kst A T ruax , Wholesale Druggists, Tole
do, (>. W Al.|»!NG( K innan A M akvi *.
THE CRY OF MILLIONS! Wholesale Druggist, Toiedo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tak«n internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucuu.«
OH. WY BJTCKl
surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent
STOP IT NOW.
free. Price 75c, per bottle, bold by all
SOON IT WIIL BE TOO LATC.
The Celebrated French Cure,
with tin autli. rinxi capital of
for the purpoa«*of earrj ing on a Gener W:™^"-APHRODITINE,’^!,.7
RES THE LOWEST
>4 ,0 sunmij..waren
Wl ,ui II. V, ., M'libo Manli.
Will..'>1.11. Vail.. W..tn.Kla), March.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT law ,
The company reserves the right to change sailing ilat.w without notice.
Oraft'r Futa, Urrgof.
Keeps the largest stock of
Frait, Shade Ornaneiital and Nnt Trees
Trains connect w ith tlie 0. * ('■ R. R. «nil River Boato at Corvallis ami Albany.
Tra 11 N . J will run Tii.wlava Thorwlat h amt Saturdays, and on ¡nteriU'itiate days when
Irani V>. I will run M .iii.iys. 'Wednes.laya and Fridays, atidon^iiit.-rmisliate i* days
when m ecs-firy.
' v K. liogg. Receiver.
.tlBce in Ahir* building. Front .Street.
P. P. PRIM,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELoit AT LAW,
from sax riiAXi isi'O;
8 Willamette Valley.Ttowday. March........ . 3
W I Wiiiaiiutti Valivi, rhunulay. Manti .
i’> I Wl'iam. Ite Valley. Satunlaj, Manti....... 31
1 WUlatnette Valley, M. nday.March .... W
al Banking B urìiivhh in all ot itH branch«*» in
Jacksonville, orejron. Office at tlie ohi stand
nt Be«*knian h Banking Hou»e, 8. R. corner Cal
ifornia and Third street h .
C. C. BEEKMAN.
TH OS. G. REAME8.
C. C. HOCUE,
Genl F. AP. Akt. O F. R. .’B Co,
W. B. WEBSTER
G hu '1 t. A 1’. Ag't. Or»»u» Devslopment t •>.,
.1 «Montgomery St .Son Francisco Cal.
Will practu-i'in all courti of th. -l ite. Olfiei
in me Court House, tiilrd Uvur to leit ot eu-
J R. NEIL,
ATTORNEY AND CoL’N.-'El.oll AT LAW,
Jackson County Bank.
NO APHIS OR LICE ON TREES.
« 5 to |10 per 100
Peach “ .......................... .. .10 “ 16 “ “
M “ 16 •• M
Plum an«! Prune Tre»*«
Other trees and shrubberj furnished reasons-
Se nd tor C«taL<”e to
J. H. SETl’LEMIER. Woo’.burn, Or.
H. K. HANNA,
on the northwest coast.
ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 1. 1888.
Will practice in all «unir!» id tie Mile. infice
tu tne Court Huuae, tirsi d«M>r tu »vii ot en
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
rroKNEY AND CUI N.'ELolt AT l.AW.
J. C. CARSON,
Does a General Banking Business, and Buys and Sells East
ern, Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
Will practice in all courts of tn.- s-tat.. OlUci
In Orta's brick, up-stairs.
Sash. Doors, Blinds
J. J. HOUCK,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANt ER.
WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS
C0LL23TI0NS A SPECIALTY.
Ool.t Hill. Orryon.
Will attend to ail tiusim•** "• ui) line
promptrn-sa au*l at reasonabie rates.
GENERAL IHTLIMNG MATERIAL.
WM. M. GOLVIC,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSi.Loti Al LAW.
Tolo Townsite and Milling Go.
WU4 practice in «lithe courts t.t U.< ’’.u«
Pr<»'*«*cu(intf Attorn« > L»i i 1
Dint nut. Oihcv ill C«»urt-n<«U’««’.
Estimates amt prli'e-liat sent on application
COUNTRY ORUEKS A SPECIALTY.
Factory nt Weldh r'H Mill. Sali-srooms cor
Thiru amt E street». Portland. Gri gou.
Pu reh users of property or Capital Stock of the
ROBERT C. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AND UU''88tl.<»K Al
A full line In stock of
MONEY LOANED ON FAVORABLE TERMS
TAKE PUBLIC NOTICE
Of the Franchises and Privileges granted to F. II. ROWE
August 7th, 1888,
By the incorporators of said company, now on file at the
Recorder’s office, in Jacksonville Jackson Co.
Oince In Layton * Co.-» I t ck. upMitir».
ROBERT A. MILLER,
ATTOHNKY AND COI N'LL' »K AT LAW.
Jackannvi! le, Or.
Tolo. Oregon, October 4, Issi».
N. D. YOUNG,
S U K V K V O 1
J. W. WALKER.
J. H. GRIFFIS
GRIFFIS Sc WALKER,
Sun eying of all kind* done m a Ul .1-« Ill s
manner and at reUBonabh’ rao
attention paid «
By the Thousand !
NOW TAKING Olt-
| itorii through Jar'kaon and Jo»«-ptnne coun
the undersigned is
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
Any kind railed in a tirst-cliuw Nursery.
Those wanting trees will do well to give me
their orders, a« I will guarantee satisfaction.
I warrant a I ml tre. «, if properly ear«! for.
Termsof payment easy. Frisluce taken »1
market price. lt»«l»s, of
Jaeksonvillc. Oregon, Aug. 1.1883.
a • • • • run (Li.füRiTcn ... . gj
SMITH & WESSON
a The F1ne«t Sm»ll Arm» E«er M»nuf»ctiire<l. "
GOLD HILL, OREGON
OEO. DE BAR, NI. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND St' K U E O N.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
• »dice and rei denev on l a dorma 'trect.
Calla attended promptly <ia> or Illgilt.
SAW MILLS ON SAM’S CREEK.
E. P. GEARY, M. Di
H Y 3 4 ti I A N AND 3 L rt G E O N.
ihve lu Hiltnliu’S Bluck.
— WITH IT.-
E. B. PICKEL, M. D.,
II oiik - Ollioo ait s*7kl»‘iii. <>re«»-oii,
P II Y 8 1 til A N A N D S l IC G E •» N.
Calls prompt y Alli nd.il to Day or N zlit.
i Mttcv oil H «irevi.
(In flu* State Insurance (’o’s. Bulldiiig.)
A N D 8 I II G
Or r if of,
Qttlll1--H miu I ui ' h III. h k.
and s i k g e u n .
OIBcc II Williams Bri. k Building, up-atair».
J. C. LEE, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND > I It t. E D N
tmtrul Fotut. Oriffon.
Calls promptly attendili to «lay or nislit.
LOADING and SAFETY.
■ Beware of cheap iron imitation».
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price List
SMITH & WESSON,
F H Y S 1 ti I A N A N L St* It G K O N.
special attention given to Chronic l*i>wii«. s.
DR. W. STANFIELD,
K L R C T I C I' H Y 8 I ” A N.
Hits 1» CMted In Ashland, • «r.. for the prat ilet
ot tils |m.r.M <k<s all ftir...T. di->
■tifli as Kliemnatisin, Asthma. Piles. Kiunej
Uomplainta, etc., a spot iallv
Mind wandering enrrd. B x>k* L*anu-«1
T.nt>’n< ni ils f- m all
P*r* ..f th« (flub*
p- .«tto-cf i«
“fnt £2 •Pr-'l' Atl' Il to ppr f.
A. UtoMto. a,; ».«J, A„ Srw
r « ' \ h t>
C v\n> A¡
Ì « i« ihm furm**ii< d rt e
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE!
»B SA LE-ABOUT WO ACRES OF EXTRA
quality of Hirricultiiral land, bein»r a part
ot th« llirHin I’olver Donation Land Claim;
situati «I about mile*» from Afthhind, ^4 ol a
mile sonili 0! Plovnix, Jackson county, Ore
gon. The Oregon A <.’a»tfornia railroad am!
th»- Oregon A. CaPtornin stag«- r«»ad pass
through Kidd lami. This tract ot lami is ail A
N«». 1. <!«•• p. black-loam bottom 'ami, being
one of tlie first elaiiiiH settled upon in Rogue
river valley. All well supplied with living
wat« r. This land will !»<• sold in quantities to
suit purchasers. For further intonnation in-
•njln <»f E. J. FARI.OW, Ashland. Or<‘g<»n, or
h. I». FOI'DRA Y. Ph<enix, Oregon.
Ashland, Ogn.. <>ef. 3 Jspo
SEND FOR PAMPHLETS. MAPS J PRICE LIST.
Tiling of All Kinds
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
DR. S. DANIELSON,
c a Turrnt.
Proprietor t-Vn.lenls! It >tcl
Santo Rosa, C.d
F. L. Posson &. Son,
(Tenera! Agts. for D. M. Ferry & Co'»
Southern Oregon Coal.
All f'fticiisl of the Southern Pacific aay»
the talk about their rate*« be ng so high on
coal as to prevent any of that part ul «• uth-
ern Oregon’a leMOurces fr«»m being bandied,
is erroneous. A couple ot years ago
this gentleman made a ihoroii^ii «-x.tmina
tion of southern Oregon’s coal li< Li*«, and
found that iheir existence at anv points
near the Southern Pacific i* all nnagii.ary.
and that the nearest deposit« north work
ing are in the mountains fifty miles from
the railroad Hie. and on the route of the
proposed road, the appropriation for which
the governor mi l«d. The most of the coal
of southern Oregon is locat*d about Cooa
bay,and therefore cannot be ban e«i by rail.
Grass, Clover and all kinds of
Trees, Bulbs, Fertilizers, etc.
The following are Rev. Robert Booth s
appointments for tlie prestnt year: First
Sabbath of each month, Medford at 11
o'clock a M. and 7 f M ; second Sabbath.
Central Point at 11 A. M. ali i 7 r. M ;
third Sabbath. Medford at 11 a . m . and 7
I-. M ; fourth Sabbath. Jacksonville at 11
a . M. and 7 r m .
fbe following are l!ev R. Ennis'appoint
ments: ,,n ' yerj Sunday morning, except
ing the third, lie will hold services at Hie
Fresbyteriaii church in Phtvnix; on third
Sunday morning, at Jacksonville and < vcr>
Sunday evening lie will preach at the
Presbyterian church in Jacksonville.
Bee Keepers’ Supplies.
We want you for a customer.
a trial order.
F. L. Posson 8 l Son,
209 2d St., Portland, Or.
Succeaaom to Milter Bros.
Th© Best Because Always
TILE FOR SALE. Special Prices to Market Gardeners.
R. PRYCE, M. D.,
Ml Talli AN
Rutte < reck Itullrr Milla.
The roller process machinery in the
Butte creek mill» having been placed in
position amt business having been re
sumed, 1 am now resiiy to supply all who
may cume with the btst of roller-pruceBs
flour at market rates. 1 will continue to
exchange with farmers for wheat al the
following rates: 38 |sinnds of superior
baker's grade flour per bushel withoutottal.
or 34 pounds ot baker's grade flour per
bushel and nine pounds ot feed
change limited, to family uses, tn farmer's
sacks. W ill gu arantee the output of lhe
Butte creek mitts to be equal to tlie best
flour made in southern Oregon.
A. J. D ai . f . y .
Eagle Point. Or , July 7, lhHO.
About a year ago tlie "('■ lunibian "
starteli in to froze out tlie "Asturian'' and
___ r<r ...
its Held. After a heavy
ture of capitai. tune ami . ai
xietv j. jt now
the r • “A
¡.'r'acucaiiy without a rival. It is claimed
that at one lime and another, «ill ill one
way or another, over *30.000 h»s been sunk
in trying to down the "Astoriau ;" hut it is
to-day upon a tinner footing than ever.
All over tne union weak attempts are b.-
ing made to go in ai d occupy newspaj er
fields lhat arealready In ly ami acceptal lv
filled. Tne usual result is more experi
ence than money for those making sut l>
A IllMonral K. meuiliranee.
A large piece of the scatlolil on wli ch
•‘CHptnlii Jack ' anil ttie other Mi do
Indian war leaders wete bung at Fort
Kluniatb is now on exhibition at the
•■Statesman’ business iflice, and will be
turned over Io the iuuscuih ot the W i I kiu -
.tie university m the name of lion D W.
.Matthews, Indian agent al ttie Kmmatb
reservation, in a tew days. It is a pait of
a gallows Hist did good work fur josiice
Hint civiiizalion, and w ill bicume more and
more valuable as a reminder ol the trage
dies of lhe lava beds as the years roll on
THE ILLIXOJS SE.XSTOHSHIP.
'IT THE BOTTOM OF THE SES.
THE XEIT .VORXIXG PSPKR.
The election of John M. Palmer to the
senate of Illinois is one ol tlie moat mem
orable triumphs that discipline, determi
nation and enthusiasm have ever won in
American politics, says the Exumhier
Last year lite Democrats of Illinois de
termined to make the election of United
Blate senators tty tlie people one of the
leading isenes of their campaign. To
emphasize ttie principle they nominated
John M. Palmer in tlie state convention.
The Republicans nominated noliody.
After a campaign in which General Pal
mer stumped every county in the slate
the Demociatic legislative ticket receiv
ed 30,000 majority at ttie pollB. Owing
to the peculiar system of minority repre
sentation existing in Illinois tins gave
only sixty-seven Democratic members of
the assembly against sixty-three Repub
licans and three members of the Fanners'
Mutual Benefit Association. The De mo-
crats elected a majority of the senators
chosen at the same time and carried a
majority of the senatorial districts in
winch no election was held. But these
districts lieing represented principally hv
Republican hold over senators, the Re
publicans retained control of the senate,
and the vote in jyint ballot stood Demo
cratic 101, Republican lilt), Farmers'
Mutual Benefit Association 3. t he farm
ers thus held ttie balance of power.
Tlie Republican« immediately proceed
ed to arrange for dickering with tiie farm
ers. They nominated Richard J. Ogles
by, but appointed a “steering committee,”
withautiiority to pull liini down at any
time and substitute somebody else. The
farmers voted for A Ison J. Streeter. Tiie
Democrats took the ground that ttiey had
no authority to bargain—that the people
hud chosen John M. Palmer and that all
tl.<-y could do was to vote for him to the
end. That was their ultimatum, and
they never wavered from it through all
the weary six weeks of balloting that
followed, even when it seemed certain
that it would tiring def at.
Tlie Republicai'S vo’ed for Oglesby for
a time and then swung over to Cicero J.
Lindley, Pr> sulent of the Illinois Farm
ers’ Mutual Benefit Assx'iation, and a
farmers declined to be caught in this trap,
and then the Republicans submitted to
them a list of fifteen names from which
they might choose the senator. They
refused this offer, but submitted a counter
list to the Republicans. So the seesaw
ing went cn, the Democrats meanwhile
steadily voting for Palmer. At last tlie
Republican leaders surundered and i
agreed to support Stre; ter, the original
Farmers’ candidate. But here they fai.ed
to get all their own forces into line, and
in the effort to do so Streeter was induced
to tie himse'f up with so many pledges
• hat tie l»eeame al unacceptable to the
farmers as any other Republican. Final
ly the magnificent steadfastness of the
Democrats won, two of the farmers men
went over to Palmer and lie was elected.
The triumph leaves the Democratic
party of Illinois united and enthusiastic
and the Republican party split and dis
couraged. The Democrats have stood
firmly on principle and won. The Re
publicans have dallied w ith compromises
and lost. Next time the Democrats
will have tlie majority of hold over sena
tors and in two years from now Palmer is
likely to have a Democratic codeague
with the electoral vote of the state be-
At the depth of about 3,500 feet waves
are not felt. The temperature is the
same, varying only a trifle from the ice
of the north |>ole to the burning sun of
the equator. A mile down the water has
a pressure of over a ton to the square
inch. If a box six feet wide were filled
with sea water and allowed to evaporate
under the sun, there would be two inch
es of salt left on the- bottom. Taking the
average depth of tlie ocean to be three
miles, there would lie a!ayer of pure salt
230 feet thick on the bed of the Atlantic.
The water is colder at the bottom than
at the smface.
In many bays on the
coast of Norway the water often freezes
at the Ixjttom before it does above.
Waves are very deceptive. To look at
them in a storm one would think the
water traveled. The water stays in the
same place, hut the motion goes on.
Sometimes in storms these waves are
forty feet high and travel fifty miles an
hour—more than twice as fast as the
swiftest steamship. The distance from
valley to valley is generally fifteen times
the height, hence a wave five feet high
will extend over seventy-five feet of
water. The force of the sea dashing on
Bell Rock is said to be seventeen tons
for e >ch sqn tre roil.
Evaporation is a wonderful power in
drawing the water from the sea
year a layer of the entire sea, fourteen
feet thick, IS taken up into the clouds.
The winds bear their burdens into ttie
land, anil the water comes down in rain
upon the fields, to flow hack at last
The depth of tlie sea presents an in
teresting problem. If tlie bottom of die
Atlantic aere lowered for 6,564 feet, the
distance from shore to shore would 1«
half as great, or 1,500 miles. If lowered
a 1 ttle mor- tl.an three mi'e«, say 10,680
feet, there would lie a road if liiy land
from Newfoundland to Ireland.
This is the plan on which tl.e great
Atlantic cables were laid. The Mediter
ranean is comparatively shallow. A dry
ing up of 6<i l f ■,•• would h ave three dif
ferent seas, and Africa Would be joined
The British Cliannel is more like a
pond, which accounts for its choppy
waves. It has been found difficult to
get the correct soundings of ths At
lantic. A midshipman if the navy
overcame ttie difficulty, and a shot
weighing thirty pounds carried down tlie
line. A hole is bored tluough the sink
er, through which a rod of iron is passed,
moving easily back and forth. In tlie
end of tlie bar a cup is dug out and the
inside coated with lard. The bar is
made fast to the line ami a sling bolds
ttie shot on. When tlie bar, which ex
tends below the ball, toud.es the earth,
the sling unhooks ami the shot slides off.
The lard in the end of the bar hold»
some of the sand, or whatever may be
on tlie bolt >m. arid a drop sliuts over the
enp to keep the sind in. When the
ground is reached a shock it* felt, as if an
electric curient t.a 1 passed through the
April 18, 1891, is the date fixed upon
for the advent of another great morning
paper in Portland. This enterprise has
long been the subject of flying rumors
which have now assumed a tangible,
concrete form, and we are able to pre
sent whet we consider the facts in the
case. Tlie editor and proprietor is Mr.
Gray, of New Y’ork, whose father is a
He is a pro
nounced Democrat, and the course of
the paper will be inde|*ndent-Demo-
cratie. The enterprise had its origin in
a citizens' meeting held in Portland last
fall for the purpose of devising some
means whereby a worthy coui|ietitor
and rival of the Or'tin'iiiin might be in
duced to enter ttie journalistie arena. It
was thought to lie an anomalous condi
tion ot things that a commen-ial center
like Portland should continue under the
sway of a single, haughty and autocratic
daily, as though it had a prescriptive
right to solitary possession of the field.
The tyrannous rule of tlie Oriijuuian was
felt to be odious and dangerous. The
meeting wa« a non-partisan one and it
selected a committee of titres to devise
and carry out a plan to accomplish the
object. Ttie committee selected were
T F. Osborne, president of ttie Cham
ber of Com meri-e; R. B Knapp, of the
great wholesale hotiso of Knapp, Bur
rell de Co., and E lis G. Hughes,» prom
inent lawyer and capitalist. These men
are all Republicans; but they con
cluded it was beet as a business projro-
sition to till an unoccupied field. Tlie
committee got into communication with
eastern parties and finally Mr. Gray
agreed to start such a t ap ar, with a plant
and cap tai in sight of *250,000, if Port
land would give them a guarantee if
*100,000 of business the lir-'t year; 5000
euhscritrers at *10 each, and *50,000 of
secured advertisements. T. F. K tne, a
well-known newspap, r man, was se
lected to secure the guarantees.
finished it up two weeks ago, and every
thing is now in trim -Lape tor knottier
new daily. Mr. Ladd, as agent for Mr.
Gtay, negot ated for tlie west end of tlie
Marqiiam Grand building, but *1,100
per month was thought too high. It is
said a lot will be bought and u building
erected for the putqioee, and in the
meantims the newspa|>er will occupy
temporary quarters.— Sumtay ll'tlroint.
F ortieth A xniveksikv of Till. ’51 l’l-
oNEEKH.—hr. F. G. llearn, a 51 piotieer
ut this city, gave a dinner at Mrs. Me-
Cai tun’s restaurant, which was attended
by eight oilier pioneer residents, com
prising A. E. Kaynes. A. E. Sctiwatka,
Jotin C. Burgess, W. SV. Towers, Jacob
Hanten, M. Sleeper, lini. Bisbee and
L. Swan, while six others invited were
unable on account ot absence, sickness
and pressing burin-«- to he present, con
sisting of Ben Jac bs, J. Concilili, Tlios.
Gir, Geo. hnran.l. James II l. ndsey
and Dan Dye. Tlieie are also a f> w
other '51 pioneeis in the county, wh?
will be invited to join tire organization,
ami take part in tire future annual c; l< -
br.itions or reunions. T iioh - present en
I tems to R emember —May It, 1792— joyed a good time relating reminiscence
Capt. tjrav entered the Columbia river, of eady days, the privations endured,
giving it the name of liis ship.
tlie danger exis-rienced from iiostiie In
1804—Lew is ami Clark ex;H*dition.
dians and incidents of tire most exciting
1811—Fort Astotia was established.
character. The d.x-toi organiz'd a com
I.i39—ll.e fust Amer.can emigration pany of 21 at the east, in April, 1850, of
set toward Oregon.
whom Jacob Wagner, of the Ashland
February 17, 1841—First formal meet flour mill, and Jaim-s Thornton, ol the
ing for the organization of a provisions! Ashland woolen trills, including him
T he N i . w O reuox F isii L aw —Salmon governuient.
self, are tl>e only known survivor» in
shall not be taken in the Columbia or it*
February 2. 1S43—Ci' zens* meeting tins lmmerlia'.e vicinity. Tins company
tributaries helweenthe first day < >f March at lhe Oregon Institute, -and a commit reached Oregon city in Sept., 1850, and
and the 10th day ol April, or between tee appointed to cal! a meeting for organ remained tiiere until Jan. 7tb, 1851, tiien
the 10th day of August and the 10:h day ization.
Hiarting for Yreka creek on Feb 26,1851.
of Septemler, or between 6 o’clock Sat
February 17, 1843—Meeting in pursu Here they tell in with another party,
urday and 6 o’clock Sunday «lur tig th« ance of call of committee appointed at which included among I heir number John
cluse season; salmon shall not be caught the previous meeting at Joe Gervais' C. Burgess of tins ; lace and iiis brother
within one mile below any rack erected house.
William, John Haislip, who died at
for ttie purjsjse of obtaining fish for prop
May 16, 1843—First meeting of the Callahans several years ago, and Judge
agation ; salmon shall not he taken in legislative committee. First legislative Silas J Day of Jacksonville. On ttieir
any waters of tins state except the Co body in Oregon.
way to Scott Bar they were detained
lumbia and its tributaries from Novem-
July 5, 1843—Laws of the legislative some tune in Scott val ev by a snow
15 to April 1 ; nets, traps and wires shall committee adopted by the people at a storm, ami finding no grass lor their ani
not extend more than one-third across meeting at Charnpo ‘g.
mals at Scott Bar they soon returned to
any stream, channel or slough; lime,
1846—Northwest ttoun.lary settled.
Yreka creek, to hunt some diggings re
gas, cuceulua, indictis, or any substam e
August 14. 1848—Organic act approved potted on Greenhorn. Here they fell in
deleterious to fish, must not be thrown ' and teir lotial srganization i-ffect-d.
with an Oregon company, one ol whom,
into any stream. From March 1st to
March 3, 1840—Territorial govern Alte Tnompeon, soon discovered gold on
April 10:h it shall lie a misden» anor to ment estat'lishe i by pioclama'ion.
Yreka flats, where claims were at once
have tn jK>«sessio i,< Iler for stile or trans-
182'—Congress granted tt.re** hun s'akeil off, to the size of 30 by 00 feet,
poit any cltini ok salmon, river salmon, dred and sixty nines to a man, atnl the when other partii s soon came in, liotii
steelheads or bluetiacks. No dam nor same amount to his w te, on condition of from the coast, via Riamato and Scott
other obstruction shall be built across resilience on tlie land for four years.
river, and fioru O.eg n, fillowed n xt
any stream without a suitable ladder or
1853—Washington territory was OT- year by a large immigration from the
fishway be provided. Sawdust must not gan zed noilh ot tin- Columbia river.
Sacramento va ley, Via Trinity and Scott
be thrown into any stream or placed
February 14, 18.59—Oregon admitted mountains.—
where high water will carrv it a wav. as a state.
Tlie term salmon is constiued to mean
M m . C levki vxii is at the head of an
ehinook. steeliiead, blueback, silversi<le,
I he P'i< /fit' (’¡Mist II hh ! nmi Iruu, a organized revolt against Anglomania in
and all other s|>ecies of salmon. Antilles
collected s.I,ad lie paid into a fund for local lumber j.itirnal of San Francisco, New York w r.tes a <-oiri-epomIent of the
tiie use of lhe fish comuiission. Nets, lias collected atatisties regarding the out /Vrv.v). Toe first evidence of the cam
tra|>s and wires must be taken out of the put of lumber in Oregon, 1Va-liir>gtoii paign ia that the wife of the ex president
rivers, or dost <1 during the dose etasor.. atid California for the year 18m). IVar-h- tias invited Miss Jane Meade Welsh to
Pound nets and trap» mint be numbered, ington p'■ sin, e 1 1.820 1 71,<MH»; O egon, deliver a series of parlor lectures on
and at night time a bright white light 829 283,(88) feet; and Caifornia, 864,- American history, which have had an
916 <8)0 fee'. Tl'e cur . f inilla in the dtf- auspicious beginning. The lectures will
must lie si.own.
fen tit c unties of Washington during ire continued during Lent, and litis is
the year 18'.H), the .l.oirihil save, was as what tlie holy season will bring if Mrs.
A B akkk ciTYbwrtt'. r during the duli
season has to resort to all methods of follows: King county. 266,042,000; Jef Cleveland carries the day : A breathing
ferson, 229,10 ),0(X); Iherce, 168,800,000; into virile ano vigorous life of our dor
turning an honest quarter, and this is
Chehalto, 122,229,(MX); Kitsap, 117,518,-
how he did it. A gentleman came in OlK); Lewis, 116 500,00:); Snuhoniislr, mant interest in our own country. Amer
to get a shave and took a cliair. The 114.5lK),00(); Spokane, 105,500.000; Cow- ican history is te fie studied, American
songs to tie sung. American fabrics to t>e
inn her commenced operations and soon Itiz, 75 500,(8)0;
Clark, 58,600,000; worn, American furniture to he sat U|mn
hud one side of Ina customer’s face shav Whatcom, 64 51.8,Ont); Thurston, 59,-
literally, but by no imais figuratively.
ed, w hen a sec< nd gentleman came in, 000,000; Klickitat. 41,000,000; Whit The Etigiieh language is no more to lie
expressing his desire to I e shaved quick
man, 36.(8)),0o0; Lincoln, 29,000.000; spoken with a vile Ccckney accent, and
ly. Leaving customer numtier one, the Ska,;it, l'.'.HOO.Oi 0; Kittitas, 19,000,000; American girls are to tie dissuaded
artist commenced < n number two and other eoutit es, 176,5<)‘).(Mk). In Oregon,
against flinging their lives and their for
soon had one clnek as snxroth us a Multnomah ct ttnty, 216,144,0 )0; Lane’ tunes at tile feet of teal live, profligate
"fifty -tluee quarter ” without the darts. 74.99),000; Coos’ 57,970,009; Union, lords. Tiie time is ripe for this, and the
At this moment a third customer came 52,533,01*1; Columbia, 43,650,000; Ba plans have been laid very quietly. They
in and desired a "hair cutin a hurry. ker, 43,00'),000;
Marion, 36,1(0.000, will tie carried 'Uto etT.i t with lhe utmost
The knight of tlie razor asked if customer flats q>, 3t>,000,000; Douglas, 2’9 5m; 000, discretion without anything suggestive
numb-r three wanted a close cut. Ri • l'o'.k, 28,500,000; Wasco, 26 300,000; < f the blowing of truin|H-ts or tlie mar
ceiving an affirmative reply, he ran the Jackson, 25,(700,000; Washington, 24,- shaling ot hosts to battle. We shall fee!
clippers from lhe nape of the neck to tl.e 500,000; Yamhill, 24.3'0 000; Linn, 23.- only the mildest agitation. But, sup
eyebrows, temarking at the finish, "1 OOO.Oot); Benton, 19,1)00,001; Josephine, posing Mrs. Cli-vi l.nid to lie the gentle
guess yon will wait now.” lie ttien com
15,5oO,Oi 0; Un.'ittdla, 1 3,5
' ,5<),OOO; Ciack- diplomat for whom she is taken, we
menced with Ins first customer and soon
amas. 12,.5.50,000; other counties, o— . shall wake presently to find it ttie proper
was tlie I appy possessor of three two-liit
thing to be palriotu-ami to lie proud of
pieces.— Orryon Bluilr.
our birthright in the land of liberty.
Tint F irst A mkkh ax R ailroad .—The
F hank S lavin has finally given Charley
D eserted M ining Towx.—Talk about
Mitchell what he has needed lor some first railroad built in the United States deaerted mining town«, or rather of de
turn—a s< und thrashing. Slavin amt was thrre miles in length, extending serted oil town« I ack in Pent «ylva* ia;
Mitchell have been the best of friends, from the granite quarries ot Quincy,
why fume of the old* time cities ol Nevada
but the latter, when in his cups, could Mass., to Neponsett tiver. it was com
are to-day almost forgotten. In Austin
Crain, Stock and Fruit Farms. Also City and
not resist the temptation to boast of bis menced in 1826 and finished in 1827.
portions of the main Ftieet. whi.*h in
prowess, asserting that Slavin would not The gauge was five feet; the rails were years past were the scenes of large busi
The Or» g.«n Land Co. was eapeciiilly organ!»«*«! f»>r tlm purpox. <»f buving and »iibdivblinu
ness transactions and n i» ing excilo-
larg«’ ti •« t». <•! land, and has during th« past two years bought ami *ub.l1v;.!. <1 . % ( r t q«, „ r
foot ring. Slavin finally tired of Iti.s which was in turn strapped with iron. ments, I ave in the pant thr< «• y« ats ab
h < i • •* of lan«i int«» ffv«* to twenty acre tract». Th»- nii »-< •»•*.«« ..f this un<b rtakme
In January , 1827, a »liort coni road wa<*
ta« t that cut of 2M) tract* placetl on the market. 225 have b«-»*n *«>ld
1 ,n ’ ’’
solutely grown up W!th sage hiusti.
roughly. The latter struck at Slavin, completed Irvin the mines to Mattcli Wh«*n the moonrises a i ubfener would
Sen*l for Catalogue for 1801.
W. claim that ten a< r« • of choice land m fruit will yn !d a I mi gt r inc< im than 16n**cr«>« *
ivh« at in the Mimdaaippi valley.
be led to believe t! a’ fiere and there
We also make valuable improvements in the way of roads. f« nc»-s. ch aring th»* 'nt t
The undersigned lias now for sale nt the
Walla Walla, Wash. ruiiited by Hit secretary of agriculture floored Mitebell with a blow under the were a so of tin.ber with flat iron bars larg»* store« w ith stone fronts, once occu
\V»-can m «*H a small tract »>f‘and for the satm* pric«-p»*r acn you wt’mid h «vr t<> » .v ’r ‘!< ’ brickyards
m ar Ashland
stock correspondent for the bureau of an
right t ar. Tin- n.en i-ame together again The first locomotive for use on the rail pied by prosperous merci.ar ts^were I rill-
15 Inr H
nisi industry in lhe department if agrt- ami Slavin lieat Mill lu ll s>> badly that road was invented by Richard i’rtvifeck
«vbiire, at »salary of*1KW per annum, to- he was confined to his bed several days. in 1.804, and first tried in Wales. George lantly lighied. only to tin I on passing
that the roofs <d the buildings have fa fen,
««ibtr nuli al liuvelmgiXMsnses. His tn
Stephenson built the first really success and the rays of th“ m.roii gleam through
Blruciionsauihotize turn to go any p.Dce ui
to S ek tiii : W ish —Take a pol ful locomotive nt 1814, and tested it up
the still intact do >rs acroes the al s lowed
plac.b, in the slates of O'egon, Wa lnng-
:un or California. Mr Minto is direcied to ished metallic smface ot two feet or more on the Kiilitigwood road in the nortli of sidewalks with sepu chral pff* ut.
iiegui mi iioesiigation "I «"•' sh«<|i n:«lu>- with a straight edge—a large hand-saw England. Tlie lit st locomotive for act
C. H. VEGIITE, Ashla nd
tii-ol the 1’acihc const
Tbewotkfor lhe will answer the purpose. Select a windy ual service constructed in America was
A G reat F’ ixaniter —Mabel—Well
piesettl is to be confined to lhe slates ol day, whether hot or cold, clear or IL T Miller’s "Best Friend,” built for I’ve concluded to marry Mr.Tiglitfist.
Oregon ami W aslmigton
cloudy, only not let it rain or the air be the South Carolina Railroad Company
Choleo Landa For Sale.
Mildred—Why, I thought you hated
murky ; in other words, let the air be in 1830. Peter Cooper built a little ex him.
Will Sell, L cmc . Kent «nd Handle
Mra. Cleveland as a Reformer.
Coll SAIE. unni. ACttES-OF LAND—»1»
dry. Hold the metallic surface at right perimental locomotive early in 1830, be
Malte!—Oh, I do; but he is bound to
1 ai re* of tarili land In thè valley, gissi for
Mrs. Grover (. leveland has underlaken.in angles to the wind ; that is, if the wind fore tlie "Best Friend” was completed.— be rich hobic day. He has such a grasp
Irmi or gratti.
tie north, hold your surface east amt west Sf. I Olio /.‘ipiiblii .
Two thousand six htindred acri» foot-hlll
Agents for Cyrus Noble Distillery, Jos. Selilitz Brewing Coni ami
otic ladies, a crusade in winch she ami incline it at an angle of about forty-
mountaln-side lami, good for fruìt dary-
Mildred—What give, yon that impree-
big or st.a kralalng. TI»* tra. k or land Ime
and they are entitled to the good wishes five degrees to tlie horizon, so that tlie
iMV n miles ut femìng, <1 wlling-hmise,
TiiE|oiular idea that all old bones eio i?
of every American who loves his country wind, striking, glances and flows over
pany, Milwaukee Bottled Beer, Schmidt «V- Co.’s Sarsaparilla and eV'
A Choice Collection of
(•••fi et, and plenty of living
are ground up as fertilizer is erroneous.
Mattel—Why he invited me to go to
above ad oilier countries; and be is a ]ioor
suck wbo doesn't, lire object of uiese the edge. Now, sight carefully over the From the thigh bones ot cattle are made church last night, amt con.i'.g home we
Iron Water; also Areadiau Mineral Water from Waukesha. Wig- Cali un or luldress
worthy women is to persuade our young edge at some minute and sharply-de kn.fe, parasol and fin handles, while took a car,tb> u.h I e want, d to walk > oth
Aahland.Jackson Co., tir.
men and wumen of the abauriiny ut aping fined object, ami you will see the air flow small, r lames are boiled and then burn ways. Well, when llic conductor came
foreign cuatoius in talk, depoinueni ami over as water flows over a dam.
ed for lampblack. The matter extract around he saxi; "How unfortunate! I
* i n k a h i p
dress. The campaign was opened in Ntw
ed tty boiling is used to make glim, and find I nave nothing smaller than a dol
’’feel Inrklr Ulfir.k
York eny by » »'>rr"‘8 *e, l"re 0,1 ,he *"r
the marrow and fat .s made mt * the lar bill. Have ycu any change?” 8o 1
'« « « 1 JI t-1 o> r ,,| i,.,,., ll]|r KHVi-d
French Tansy Wafers.
maiive period of American instuiy.
paid the fares._____________
1 hese wafers are a sure and safe speciiic **l»eare’ grease” used in barber shops.
Boueblack is also use 1 by sugar refiners
DRf'WKF'AA/.AA I HJVOF
J. R. WRITSMAN , Vice-President.
W. F. READ, Preaidmit.
to move all obstructions to the monthly peri to purify sugar.
us are i xpeilcd
In alt thr W ortrf ihrrr la lot t on.. Curt
J. O. WRITSMAN , H«c. and Managet
J. L. COWAN, Treaanrar
..i «nd ¿the
A l ON<
ONl E. as ad
Or. Ha.ae* «¿old?» Bprcirie.
out settled Shortly will be placed m a what even w« man needs, and can tie used
Our Very Best IVopir
And Importer of
be given in a cup of tea or coffee
iMWM r s tiKml',of‘ >i; ’•'*>"•■
Contirin <»ur M.-if»’tii« m wh»’ii w»-Mt.v fh.»t Dr
tu-u es» "!• Ju‘> 1. 1*!>». *11'1 our book* cal€o..iuannfa< turere.San Francisco Cal. A» kvr"•» English R< nu’dy im in »-very way witliout the knowledge ot tLc person taking
a-peedy and permanent cure,
, ual be b»i»U' eu will» ul lurlber delay.
Mip«*rn»r to any iin<l all
pr»-par«U j « a DS tor
11M1> l’VVU-Ulk'» <8».
th« Threat .«nd Lunin«. 1” ^i*'»‘»pmg <.ougb whether the pant-tit i-a moderate drinker
Hii«l< r«.up it is magic and rd><•>•«♦ at »«oc«'. or an alcoholic wreck,
Ju, kso.-.vil e, Jan. 21. I*»!.
The John Centers farm near Bear rreek Wi otb r you a sample bottle freu. K«*ai«*m- drunkards have t<x-n cured who have taken
,T1IE MED1OHD lìól.LER MILls witt
containing 16 acres, is <•tiered for rent.
I ui'in • X» iiange t.,r *1». « , ‘ ,, ,
their knowledge, and to-day believe the«
hi tng wheat U(. t.,1 ,,Wv. i. > ,M»'m«U <4 ei..Mn
For turtfier particulars ei quire of
» FULL LINE OF THF. BEST AND MOST
Mtraialitfl.Hirin larm. 1 h .., kP. ’?*?*1 IM»"«“‘»» A raahlonat'le cloths, tlnishlnk». etc., ‘'on-
Mica. 8. E. Isn.
I quit drinking of ttieir own free will. N.
Complet»ml')®» °« towns!.ipi-lala. posted
. P'.mi'l- ..t sack.,! Hour
""r,> -l'’ur ¡ Rtaiitly k»*pt on hand, and nothing but flra-
Whv.'ff -'' I'Ml-n'« "II-- AP-' vrt'l harmful effect re«-lt-from •
jHeksonvi'Ie Pree.net Oct.. 2u. laisi.
llt, tn lite fl.-rd.r. ••:.!.• hr
. b i.<1 for circular
re : ••
1 iu now ! • ,ul> t.. i,i;x r
114 ’ w‘> p«>rin<b«. I cla««* work turned out.
a,n . , I ’ art «f ulai N. Address in confidence
Ml order* tilled promptly «t r« a* nabic it !wi.sh|.
GOLDEN 8PECIFIC co. , 185 Haw btrwt
V' '•iri tcd , I’reetou's"lied-
rates and gat inf action guaranteed.
.ii rs Aiiiite*’
imsall , llost'burg,Oregon.
Sue«. ss.,t to D avu T y
' Meflfurd. Mat 13 1*M>
,»XI> BRANO! OFFICES IN PORTLAND. ATTORIA AM) ALBANY.
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W. S. JONES, M. 0.
THE OREGON LAND CO
Residence on c
I have been troubled manv veart with
disease of the kidney« and have tried
many different remedies and hare
sougnt aid from different physiciaat
without relief About the 15th of April
I was Buffering from a very violent
attack that almost prostrated me is
inch» manner tiiat I was t>entover.
When I «at t dowu it was almost impoasible for mt
to | rt up alone, or to put on my dothea, when
Henley, with the
OKKGON KIDNEY TEA, to my
I imniohateiy commenced
■ai»c the lea
mireculou* effect, and tn the aatow-
lahment of all the gneata at the hotel, /:
in a few day»,I am happy
that I wa» a new man
recommend the tea to all
aa 1 have been.
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with any 1;> the State. Job Printing ol every
imaglnabh* d«wription «lorn at San Francisc
rates, ami in a prompt and first-class man no
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY. MARCH 20. 1891
LUCKEY & CO
REAL-ESTATE ON COMMISSION
City and Country Property For Salt.
63 Front Street, Portland, Oregon
Foreign and Domestic Woolens, Etc.
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