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t’lRCLTT COURT DOCKET.
How to Break up a Severe Cold.
^•VS theVirpiniaCity, Mont.."Madison
F. H. Mills lias gone to San Francisco on a
Take a look at Nickell’s addition.
The following ib a list of case« docket cd for ian
\V hen we find a medicine we know to
T he business portion of La Grande, business trip.
trial at the April term of the circuit court.
genuine merit we cobaider it a
Union county, was almost totally de
•PFICIAL PAPÍR OF JACUON COURTY. OR. stroyed by fire on the morning of the31«t
duty, and we take great pleasure in telling
off a lot of goods last week.
ACTIONS AT LAW.
CtHOO during the wet k
Nickell's addition to Medford is attract Sarah fl. Gates vs. J. 0. Btrdaey; to recover tiie public what it is Such a niedicine
ult. The lues is heavy, but the insurance
we found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
Hnbt. Ralph of Ashland came to Keno last ing much attention.
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is also considerable.
week to spend the summer.
E. C. Kane vs. Rippey A Amy; to recover By the use of this syrup we have relieved,
in a few hours, severe colds, and in the
L a orii 'I’ e is again prevailing to an
Mr Wagner, th»- Keno blacksmith, has re location in the Coos bay section.
D. M. Osborne & Co. vh . F Hubbard; to r<*- ¡course of tw » or three day m . entirely broken
I taly has threatened to go to war alarming extent in the United State«.and moved with his family to Yreka.
I ttiein ....
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hh h:,v- several of our friends to
Mrs. J. Goldsmith returned from her
with the United States, becaaae of the in manv sections its ravages aie fearful
The Poe valley ru-hool will be taught by Miss
B. I). Taylor vh . Jackson county; to recover whom up,
we have recommended it. It is all
visit with Eugene friends cue day last money.
New Orletna affair, and has withdrawn In tlie larger cities hundreds of deaths Anna Fairchild during the coming term.
Mitchell. LewfaJr Co. x's F. T. Downing and it is represented to oe by the manufac
her minister at Waibinifton. That is all have lale'y occurred irom the disease.
The Keno sawmill Is now running on lull
turers. If you have a coueit amt want to
C. H. El more; action to recover money.
time aud turning out plenty of line lumber.
right. We hope, however, that the dee-
A. T. Kyle, Jr., vh . G. Leroux; to recover “top it, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will
J ohn G. W abwick , of Ohio, who de
timet of the country will not hinge on
son delivery business and took charge last personai property.
do the work. For sale by Dr. J. Hinkle
I. N. Shook vs. Samuel Colver and Geo. B. Central Point, and G. H. Haskins, Medford
the prowess of the militia, of the differ feated Bill Mi Kmley, is in Califor Mors building at Tule lake since his return Monday.
Currey; to recover money.
nia f >r the benefit of his health. He is a troui Yreka.
W. P Dodge now has sole control of the
Peter Lewis vs. Charlen Bates; to recover
gentleiuan of ability and character and
L ake coi nty will tins year levy taxes
Alva B*-ale and bride, lice Mias Patrick of well boring machine and is takiug many money.
S. MiK>n vs. Th«>a. Freshour; to recover and |>erhapH collect back taxes oil 82,700
Tux boom in timber lands has started
in with renewed vigor in northern Cali
I). H. Miller wi 1 welcome a brother from
J. I. Ca»«* Threshing Machine Co. vs. J. G. acres of land belonging to tlie California
Siemens A Ward are supplying the Inhabi the east to thi*» valley f >r his future home Blrdsey; to recover personal property.
fornia. At Siseon, the new him tier syn
M odoc and L »seen counties were re
& Oregon road land company, in that
Belinda Barnum vs. Luman Townsend, to section. It will prove quite a windfall to
dicate baa given the country a rusu. Land cently formed into a new agricultural other delicacies from California.
for forty miles around has been taken up district by the California legislature,
Pension examinations continue frequent,
tbe county fund. The only queer feature
J. K. Phillips vs. L. Townsend; same.
J. L. Downs, who owns a tine farm several as many as six being made at .Medford in
bv them and the lumber output tins sea with an appropriation of |4,500 to start miles
Abram Bl«ti vs. G. F. Billings; same.
about it is that the taxes were not
south ot Linkville. offers the same for one day recently.
W H Dickinson vs. N. H. Spencer; same.
son will be immense. Several new mills into business on. They cannot hut sale. Hen* la a bargain for someone.
assessed years ago.
are to be erected.
If gulls, pelicans and swallow-a make ii auni- lunette valley during the week, visiting
Thos. A. Mauxey vs. Rufus Edwards, et a!.;
mer. then suininvr ia near, tor all have re
appeal fr >m justice’s court.
It cures headache only—Preste n * H«*«l-
T iie election of General Palmer to the turned
his f« Iks in Medford.
Iroiu their southern migration.
B. F. Harding vs. Elizabeth A. am! Wm. Akx *
D vrixg the past year nearly thirty
Bybee; m«»tion for leav«* to issue «*xecution.
passenger conductors were discharged by L'oited States senate was celebrated in
The Ager road is rapidly getting Into gcaal
Vawter A Howard vs. R. E. Edwards, et a1.;
the Southern Pacific on account of dis grand style at Springfit Id. Illinois, last eon lition acain, and heavy truffle will be re- , Crescent city one day recently, after «piite to recover mon«*y.
a lengthy sojourn here.
John J Neathniner vs. Thon. Coker; to re
honesty. The company will try the ex week by the Democrats. The celebration auiucil ou ttiat route hl a very short time.
Don’t fail to buy a lol in Nickell’s addi- cover money.
periment,on its southern California lines, was not confined to Illinois, for the De
Wm. L-tiir of the Tellurium mining com
Bank of Ashland vs. Chas. W. Logan and
The tract adjoins the Thos.
of putting the collection of tickets and mocracy of Missouri, Indiana, Iowa, Ne pany arrivid last week from Portland, to pre ♦ion to Medford
Smith; to recover money,
west boundary of our town.
money into the hands of tram agents. It braska, Ohio. Kentucky, Michigan and mi ilea.
Wm. I’lrieh vs. W. H. Jacks; to recover
Many peculiar points make Hood's Sat
is wonderful how dishonesty is increasing other states participated, either by per
Mrs. O. W. Smith has the satisfaction of see
L. C. Colman vs. Jackson county; appeal k»paril!a superior to ali other medicines.
sonal representation or words of cheer. ing
tier giu*st. Mrs. It. Hutchinson ot Tule Kansas, will return to Medfor«l in a short from county court.
tn the world.
There are very few men in public or lake, rapidly convalescing from her recent time to result permanently.
Peeu.iar in combination. proj>orUon,^
C. C. Beekman vs. James Hatnlin; amende»! and preparation of ingri ilivnts,
I t is said that the through double-train pm ate Ide who are more highly res|>ect- illness.
Hood s 8 irsaparilla possesses
service on the S. P. will be an accom ed than Senator Palmer, and the tact
Julia A. West vs Hutus West; divorce.
Indian Agency setoail. had Ins offleial h-ad kugstore in the person of El Phipps, who
the full curative value of the
plished fait after lune 1st next. Two that be is quiie ill with /a yrippe at his tak» n t'ff by the departluvnt authorities lust iss'udylng pharmacy there.
L. L. Angle vs. Jonas A. Lev;
best known remedies
tram* each way will give us much lietter home will be generally regretted.
Miss Ada Barr returned from San Fran dot'd.
Sarah A. Stephenson vs. Elmer Stephenson; the t vegetable king--
mail facilities, besides adding greatly to
A Rt mor to the effect that Gov. Patti th’Rwetk from < alifornla. where they have
the convenience of local and through son of Pennsylvania has his eye on the bi en attending acbool, to »gend the spring of stenography in that city.
W P. Hillis vs. John Cat ter, et al.; injunc-
and economy —
travel. The establishing of a through Demis ratic nomination for president in vacation.
The M. E.church presents a greatly im tion.
Sarah A. Hull vs. Sila* H. Hull; divorc«*.
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t*le onlr medj-
freight service has also become compul ISO'-’ is announced by a Republican pa|s*r,
H. W.Huberts started in liis private rig for La prove»! appearance since being treated to a
tames Heims et al. vs. Wm. M. Gilroy, et al.; cine of. is
"hich can trnl.
sory, owing to the great volume of the New York .Vf’dr? Express. Before Grande iaasl week, in the interest ot the State coat of i aint on the interior.
insurance Co.,of w hich he is on • of thelivest
.Margaret J Smith v* Robert Sinith; di be saidj^^* Jkl ^^^--One Hundred Dose,
freight traffic the past year.
Mias Elma doling has been in town from
Mr. Cleveland wiote his celebrated letter representatives.
Dollar” Medicines in
San Jose »luring the week, visiting her
Minnie M. Deuval vh . E. M. Deuval, divorce.
on silver he had n> oppo« tion for the
larger and smaller bottles
Bros, have closed down their sawmill parents and friends at this place.
T he San Francisco Examiner has es Democratic nomination. Now we hear for Moore
Peter Britt vs Minerva A. Meeker, et al.;
a tew weeks, «»wing to a m-urvity of logs,
require larger doses, and donot
The contract for laying the water pipe to foreclose mortgage.
tablished an Indian claim bureau at of several probable Democratic candi which will be supplied in abuudnncc in a
Maltnda King vs. Jnmet* King; divorce.
produce as good results as Hood's.
for the city was let last week, and tlie sys
Washington city, to enable parties hav dates. As tariff reform is rightly the •hurt time, however.
L. L»*»»nard vs. G. W. and Julia Obeuchain;
iq its medicinal merits,
ing claims against the government grow most important, and the silver question
to foreclose mortgage.
The wild geese comnienc«’«! to Uy north last
Wm. Clrieh r». 1>. H. Burroughs and Fvnk- nood'i Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures hith
ing ont of Indian depredations to prose only secondary, it is quite likely that the we« k. and our people are now attsuied of an
S. V. Biden, a newcomer of the most d*»- bnusen
A Co.; to for«•<•!<*«: mortgag«*.
erto unknown, and has won lor itself
arly spring, provided the goose hasn't iost sirahle class. Ia9t week purchased 10 acres
cute them with the least possibleeX|s-nse. ex-president will 1« renominated with • Ins
Harry W. Price x’s. Grace M. Price; divorce. the title of " The greatest bloody/
powers of divination.
•d \\. H. Shores, through S. H. Hull's
Vawter A Howard vs. H. E. Baker, et al.;
The institution of this bureau will out any trouble, if he wishes to be.
purifier ever discovered.”
to fort-close mortgage.
Work on the timbers for John Glelin's new agency.
prove popular with everyliody except
livery barn tn the burnt district goes steadily
West Ash’and Ditch Co. No. 2 vs. WPliam
Teculiar in its “ good name
Mrs. E. M. Parrett h is been holding revi Gee;
T here is a perfect flood of immigra on. and it will not lie a great whiletadore that
ing the attorneys before the de
val meetings at the M E etiurch during the
Charles Kellogg A Co. vs. Kurth A Miller; to home,"—there Is now
partment, who have heretofore gotten tion setting into the Willamette valley new building will ornament the town.
towns, and they are reaping the reward
the Iron's share of all claims allowed.
Preparations tor a big crop are vigorously gotxl audiences.
Wm. Ulrich vs. J. W Walker A R usmc II Co.; Lowell, where
l^^^it is madç.
of their persistent advertising for the la-t Deing made on tlie reservation, and Agent
t»> for«*cl»*«’ mortgag«*.
The Monarch saloon at Medford. under
than of all
Mattin ws is tiding his utmost to have ttie In
Peter Britt vii. H. C. Lewis, et al; to fore
T ukkk has been a great deal of very few years. When will ourcitigens learn dians
look after kheir own best interests.
the management of H. H. Wolters is prov close mortgag«*
«y^^Teculiar tn its
plain talk from the editorial contingent of that tiie only way we can tiope to divert
ing a popular resort. The best »»f every
James Norris vs. Mai) Black. <t al.: to phenome- r
Ureffon anent the judgment of the court this stream ot seitiers to this section is Linkviiivona level,and will raise theol<l Mid thing in that line rs kept there
no other preparation
W. H. Atkinson vs. Maggie Saxman, et al.; abroad,
which gave “Sandy Vids,” the murderer, by giving them an opportunity to learn way stable to two ntories in height, as s < h > ii as
A *i;ipnunt <»t forty boxes of apples was to f«»re, l>se in«-chanic'slien.
a,,alned such popu-
but one year in ttie penitentiary alter Ins ut our merits in tlie eye ot the bomc- th« ir prt sent untleitaking is completed.
Hatt!«* B. Winters vs. George B. Winters;
made to San Francisco bv Davis A Hut!
^<larity in so short a time,
conviction of the crime of manslaughter seeker by judiciously advertising our re
Preparations are being made to enclose the one «lay not long since. Good fruit com divorce.
and retained its popularity
RufusC«)X vs. Charity Cox; same.
last week. Just how Judge Taylor youid sources abroad in all the leading papers grounds surrounding tlie Hotel Linkville with mands high prices at this season.
new and substantial fence in tune to plant
Vawtcr A Howard vs. M. I>. L. (ox and
^Zand confidence among all classes
reconcile it with Ins offic al duty to give -hat they receive into their eastern a v«-g«
tai»l-s and shrubbery in tlie enclosure
^-of people so steadfastly.
the convicted felon so snort a term, alter homes. Wo hope that ere another season this spring.
F»»r«he«* Hop« r vs. West Ashland Ditch (*o
more. the latter of McMinnville, addressed N'>.
Do not be Induced to buy other preparations
he had twice before been in the shadow goes by there will be some systematic
W. B. Townky of Keno will have tn 40(J0 the Y. M
A at ttie Presbyterian church
*ut be sure to get the Peculiar Medicine,
of the gallows under a verdict of murder effort made looking to this end.
iu r«s of wheat, oats and barley before he in this pl ice last Sund.iy afternoon.
stops his plows tins season. One hundred
in the first degree, is one ot ttio«e things
As tlie Canadian Pacific steamship acres sowed last tail is '.noging finely at this
concerning winch the couit will probably line has decided to reduce rates on flour writing.
Oregon vs. Frank Wade; iu<lict- &oldby»ndru«i«tf. fl;aixforf5. Prepared only
aister. Miss Della, of Talent, during the | State for of larceny
of a horse.
never see fit to enlighten the public. To to the Orient from $ri to $5.30 p -r ton and
Ttie tendency to ••improve” has a strong w«ek. Miss Della began a term of school ment
by C. I. HOOD A CO., ▲potheesrie», Lowell, M& m .
vh . <»scar Stearns; indictment for
state that it is but a travesty on justice tlie Pacific Mai! wdl follow suit, there is pull in Linkville and vicinity, and many sub .it ttie Bell school house last Monday.
stantial anil important undertakings id that
1OO Doses One Dollar
is drawing it very mild.
a s’rong probability ttiat the shipments line will be consummated during the next
K v. Lun«i » f Roseburg recentlv present assault and bat’erv
of Oregon flour will be greatly augmented few months.
ed Dr. Jones of this place with a pair of
G eobub l’urx A Co. have a contract in the near future, and ttiat wheat will
II P. Di’skins an>l wife last we«’k returned tine homing pigeons,which are b« autivs and out license.
with an eastern firm for the delivery of command a correspondingly higher price to tli.s valley, and the commodore will resume very valuable,as they are of achoice strain.
State vh . J. Parr; held m justice's court.
M Bailey; saint*
500,1)00 pounds of spring-clip Oregon I all ttirough this section of cheap bread- navigation of the waters of Kiamath lake as
Th«* matter of building that m-w M’hool-
State vs. Wm. Johnson and James McCarthy; HAM AK - DEPl’Y—In Grant's Pass, or,
wool, anti a slight increase in prices mav stuffs. Ttie dwellers in the Indies rath s « m » ii as he can tit up the Maydowcr tor bus! house is once more being agitated. It will same.
March IT, 1*91, by Rex J. P. (Hileman, Ezra
be looked for this spring. It is time er favor Oregon fl >ur anyhow, owing to
t>*» an absolute necessity before long, which
I> H.tniar BM Ml«.* Marttia A. DePuy.
What with the rains ami th« snows of the is a high compliment to the growth of our
that our wool was being ranked higher its real or fancied superiority to the Cal
last wv< k th«* rancin-rs ot tins basin ar« now
BEA LB PATRICK—In Grant 's Pass. March
in the market« of the world, for with the ifornia product, and our shipments to the assured of abundance of inotsturc to make a town.
12,1*91, by R«-v. G. A. Landen, Alvar«» <’.
intelligent observance of our inspection Orient already foot up the not incon i heavy crop. Farmers arc busy plowing and
Bealsot Linkville and Mias Laura I’atrnk
Mart Hurst of Antelope wi I take charge
There is n»> single remedial agent kr own
<»! Grant's Pass.
laws and the freedom from all infectious siderable amount of more than two mill sowing everywhere.
of the < 1 ir» n<L»n hot» I hi a few days. t » the niFdicsl world which can fulfill so
diseases which Oregon sheep have lately ion sacks |>er annum.
Henry Roberts is back trom his run through With the €ttiri«»ncy of Mrs Hurst as a co»»k many requirements in the treatment of dis-
tin■ Wiilamvtt«* and Sacramento valleys ami | thev cannot fail to make a success of the «a«e as the scientific application of elec
enjoyed, the quality of our product is now
h I r<‘inain iu Kiamath for the present, as lie venture.
tricity It is one of the most powerful
O fficial dispatches received at Calcut tninksthisn inor«*desirable location than any
almost unsnrpasaerljn the country, and
Ehler entertained his sister and her ageu'3 in nature for evil as well a« goed. it
but for the manipulation of the manu ta, India, by government offie>-rs confirm he has si’cn ehtewberr.
Ashland. March 20th. l-*‘l. to
son from I »w.i during tlie week. Mrs. iritru«*; vet it is capable of being 30 per TOLMAN-In
facturers and middlemen Ohio prices the reported massacre of Uhoorkas at
Mr. and Mr». J. Crit. Tolman, a son
Tii< Keno 'h’l‘3ting®< lulF. which has been Brooks, the sister, is verv much pleased fectly controlled as to produce the most
would prevail here. If onr sheepmen Manipur, in the province of Assam, productiv«’ ot much •nstructive cnt«rtain- with
HA RGAD1NK—in Ashlaml. March 24. I« ‘l. to
O-egon, as n > one Couhl av >ul being
will but continue the process of “grading where atsmt 470 of these native soldiers uh nt during ttie winter, closet! its work tor at this season.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Hargadim . a «laugh
the season last Friday night with a graii'i tree
The successful electrician must not only
up’’ their fl a'ks it will tie but a matter ol were slain »>y hostile tribesmen of Assam vntt rtainmvnt and supper.
Mr«. Belinda Masterson of G »'»! Hill re understand the structure and functions <»f
a short tune until Oregon wool will be in after two days’de»pirate fighting. Th»-
Linkville is to have the signal-service office cently purchase»! t wo desirable buihbng lots the vnri«»u* p.trls of the body, but he must INLOW—N«*ar Ashian«!, March 21, lWl.ht Mr.
late of ttie British vffic-rs in command of re-established,
and Mn» C. A. lalow. a son.
demand at the very highest price.
through the efforts of Al. ■n Medford ttirough the agency of Faris »t
the Gboorka« and ot < Inef Commissioner Leavitt. It will prove a great cuuvt-nienee to Erf»»rd, and announces her intention of also be familiar with the effect <>f electricity FRAZIER-At Medford. March 24. 1^1. t • Mi
upon every portion of the body, whether in
an«! Mrs. John Frazier, a daughter.
T he postmaster-general lias informed James II tjuuiton, who was conducing ignorance of the weather.
a di-eased or a natural condition.
Representative Hermann, in reply to tlie negotiations at Durbar for the arrest
A. A. Davis comp'eted arrangements for
Dr. Darrin has made thestudy of electri PARKER—In this nr«s’inet. Man h Ml, ls'.»l, to
previous app'ication made to him, that of a prominent chief who hail been in w« re ot great benefit from an irrigating point giving the railros«! conn any 51 carloads of cal science a specialty for many years, and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Parker, a «»in.
the Rogue River Valley Railway Com strumental in deposing the Rajah of Man of view, although manv ot our citi/.«*ns patr« na-_’P. grain, fl «ur and mtllfeed, during ti e resmts «.f his new methods of applica WEBB-ln Medford, March 31, 1*91, t.» Mi. and
pany declines to transport the mails on ipur, is still uncertain; hut Die viceroy thought they could easily have dis his r»*« ent trip over the road between here tion ate so astonishingly beneficial as to give
Geo. L. Webb, a soil.
renewed courage to 'the afflicted public
its line between Medford and Jackson of India, the Marquis of Lansdow ne, lie- pensed with some of them.
The marshes ami ponds have furnished ex
ville for tlie compensation provided by lieves that all the officers and officials
duckshootmg during file past week, the state university by her father last week, r« ferrr»! to
law for ordinary railway service. The have either met death or tiiat they are cellent
John B. D »ugherty.R rhe Harbor, Wash.
ami thousands ot mallards, teai ami »p<a*nbilis the yout g lady bav ng ju*t passe I through
postmaster-general decides that it is not held as prisoners.
tiav«> com«* to grief in Glenn's fit Id and «’Ise- a -»evere attack of pneumonia. She is con — Hydrocele entirely cured and removed
<’«t.. March 24. lri‘1, Ken-
wiiereat the hands of Linkville sports.
by o' e operation of five minutes.
discretionary with the department to
T he fact that the boodle investigat ng
nrth. Inf ant l?n of Mr. are! .Mrs. W. G. 1 an
allow a gieater compensation than is committee, which pried into the manner
Mrs. Pearson this we« k r« tires from the
ti« r; ag«*d 7 inontljH and 14 days.
Ass'gnee Purdin's auction of the remain- *, Mr* 8 A W«x>(!eri'H g rl, 94 Columbia
by law. As tlie company in which tlie sen.ttorsliip in the Califor Ki v< r-'Ulc hotel at Keno to ii« r tin«’ ranch n»’nr it g «-tlet-ts of tlie Magruder and Kincaid l*t. P rtland—Nervous debdity ami malarial INL«»W —Near A-hland. March 24. 1H9I. Ella
place, and file hot«l passes under the
fever and discharging ear. restored.
could not get a better price for tlie ser nia legislature whs purchased for Felton, tiiat
F.. wffeot <'. A. Inlow; age«l 37 y«*ar» ami 2«
inanageiiM-nt of J im («ard» ii«-r and ins wife, stocks of goods was the main attraction in
Win, AHnow. Drewsey. Grant countv.
vice if they had an original contract was able only to e-tahhsh the f id tliai whose skill in the art of cooking is well known. Medford »luring the week, h was well at Or. Catarrhal deafness ami ringing in the
tended, and many secure«! rare bargains. ears for 20 years, perfectly cured.
with the government, tlie position taken large amounts of Southern Pacific money
PETERSON-In C«*ntral Point. March 2H, !*««1,
The fact that thousands of <*ggs were
Mn». M Peteraon; ag«*d tl9 years, rt moniha
in this matter is the occasion of much were received at Sacramento, and that it brought m by our enterprising ranchers for
Mr*. 8. \\ Metzger, Greaham, Oregon—
G. Thei«s and «laughters. Miss«-s Mary
and 24 daj «.
comment. Ed. Warman carried the was taken to the mate libiarv ju-t prior the East«*r mark« t, retailing at H cents per am! I. zzre. arrived fro*** th« ir former home Dyspepsia, liver < omplaint and pain in the
MORINE—In Ashland. Mar»*h 2»i. !*’.«!, Mario
mail by »'age for |22t) a year, and the to the termination of the struggle, winch •ey is rapidly t«« coming -« It supporting. Th«* n. Illinois, to nrike their residence here, stuniach 23 years, rest»>red.
E.. wife of S. F. Morine; ag»*»! »2 y«*an», 7
Magenson, Merchant’s bote'. Port-
railroad company can certainly afford to is hardly conclusive enough to convict n« xt rinng we know w< will have to face a »luring the last week Mr P is the father
months and 11 day*.
carry it when the government offers any individual; ami yet th» public is as surplus.
Trade lias improved wonderhillv in Mel- troubles, cured pei manentiy one year ago LOPDEN—In Grant’s Pass. March 19. 1*91. A
them even considerable more than that thoroughly well satisfied as to the dispo
rroop B. <>. N. G., had an accession of 24
\\ . b < e, Seatco, Wash.—Ltver an«! V. Louden, of pneumonia; ag«*»!
n»’w in» mix rs lust week, including many of ford since t!ie building of the R. R. V. R. kidney comp aint ami dyspepsia, also »leaf-
sition of the tioodle after it went into the the beat citizens of thia s«*cti»»n. Then* is an R . amt our merchants now have little
determination to make this tin* ¡tncompla n of in the way of patronage
J ay Gorin and the Western Traffic office of tlie state librarian as if it had unalterable
William Liitle, Seattle, Wash. Pain in
banner tr«M)p in th»* atate. and our l»oh! war The town is steadily growing, and many
Association are on the bryik of an out seen the deed consummated in open day. riors arc going alamt the matter in a way to strangers have come amongst us recently. h * chest of over eight years standing, en
break, which may and probably will mean Such notorious corruption but hastens insure til»- desired result.
tirely cured by e ectro-magnetic treatment.
Ttie supper given at the opera-house by
J. V. sbangle. Sunny view, Oregon-
a war of rates to this coast, something th» day when the people will elect tt eir
The 1«'Dunum mining company will lose no
always looked forward to ar.d yet al wav a senators as they elect their congressmen, time in finding wtiat the dep«>sit under Link- the ladies of the Presbyterian church was Heart d *ea*e, palpitation, kidney ar.d
liver complaint*, cured.
regarded as being very demorahz ng in by direct ballot.
« rations, after a fashion, last week. The n»*at sum was realized G>r the us»* of the
Dr. Darrin treat* »U curable chronic,acute
' . . -U LU
the business world. Gould was chi» fly
wimJwork has aiaiut all been complete«! now. church, as t! e result of the ladies' efforts am! private diseases, lost or failing nian-
and the pick and shove* will bv caihsf into in the g<»»Ml cause.
DOES IT MEA.V 9 ARI
instrumental in tlie organization of the
h«»od. nervous debility, effects of errors, or
requisition trom this turn’ forth.
association, and yet he was the first to
M. Purdin, having purchased a half in excesses in old or young, loss of memory,
caused by mercury in the ’mproper
take advantage of its inattention, to tile a
terest in the (¿rand Central hotel, is now
Dealing in macaroni options has been
JOsEPHi.XK (ffU.NTY ITEMS.
special sugar tariff to Kansas citv iroui unusually lively on the various stock ex
«!♦• voting his energies to the ♦ tlort to make treatment of private disease*. Office. 7»)’s
Washington St., Portland, Or. Hours 9 a
the east, without giving notice, official or changes throughout the country, since
If« v. .1 >. McCain of Tacoma is looking af that tlie leading ho>trlrv of southern Ore m
. to * r m daily. Examination tree am!
gon,in winch effort he ha* the hearty sup
otherwise. The Missouri Pacific road, it became manliest that Italy means ter his interests in this sirtion.
ntideniial; question blanks and circulars
port of bis partner, the genial Toni Harris
owned ami operated by him, was the business m her endeavor to protect the
H'v J. P 'Coirman of Grant's Pass visited
sent gratis to any address; patients cured
The chief of all worn-out plays, ••Kncle at home.
beneficiary of the cut in rales, and now Mafia, which had such a backset at New friends in Medford during the we« k.
the association managers, who have Orleans • few weeks ago. Italians in
G« ii « ral F. I. Applegate and wife are visit Tom’s Cabin,” wi'l be presente»! by a com
somehow gotten the idea that they are thia country, especially those who had ing Frank Apph-g.it«-and Mrs. Butler H»*lman pany of barnstormers under a tent in Me«i-
CENTRAL FOIST POLSTERN.
ford. 11 is about time that this verv an
entitled to as much deference in these foresworn their allegiance to the mother of this county this week.
Andy Payne, the bridge carpenter of the cient chestnut w« re retired for a while, at
lilt's matters as Jay himself, have given country, and were enjoying the privi
A voting man. lately front California, is
upp«-r valley, has b«’rn visiting his r» lativi* least, if for nothing more than r« juvena brie
him official notice that they intend in fu leges ot citizenship here, have been loud At
with the intention of starting a news
Althousv during the week.
ture to hold him strictly to the letter of in their denunciation ol the alleged out
Mrs. Antoinette DrP«mtt of Ashian«! has
his own laws. Gould is the first s|ectila- rage upon their fellow countrymen ever been
Representative Merritt has been ill dur Ou the Liver will break down
visiting h« r brother, Hon. Win Fidler move«! his saloon to the building next door
tor who ever lived who will deliberately sime-the now famous massacre, and of Grant's Pass, during the week.
to C. W. Palm's barbershop, on Front ing the week His health has not been tlie
the eiiei’iiiesof life, ami unfit you
purchase a railroad for the purpose of have been demanding that Italy snouid
sheriff Moss announces that he cannot wait •»treet. He has supplied the bar with nest for sometime past.
wrecking it, and th» chances are that he turn to and give the whole Un ted S a e- on th«-taxpayers any long«-r. He will make tlie finest wine«, li»piors and cigars,
and a tine billiard table can also be
for Work, Ihifinees or Pleasure.
will turn out to be the fl»st who would a sound drubbing for the temerity of the out his delinquent list in a few day s.
Our ■■ouimercial im-
found there. Give him a call, for he will times every week
ever form a railroad pool for tlie sole pur diizei.8 of New Orleans in stringing up a
portance is increasing.
G F. S< limidth-in of Wiavdville found a treat you well.
pose of breaking it within twelve months f-w assa-sins whom tlie law failed to rrady mark» t at (irant's Pass for a «¡uantify
Indigestion, Constipation, Sleep
As we predicted sometime since would
.1 E Wilson and family have gone to
of his superior dried fruit last week.
reach. Notwithstanding the fact that it
be th«*case this spring, many immigrants Wolf creek, where Mr W will engage in
is Cleailv shown thai the victims of the
lessness, Biliousness are the first
making it a point to stop over at M**«l • lhe railroad w*md business.
T he San Francisco Examiner makes mob's fury were nearly all natiuaiz d next Monday, win u offic« is for the ensuing are
y« ar will b«-• ¡•■« ted am! -»ther business trans f<«r»! to investigate the climafe aud re* »ur
about as thorough work ol di-secting a American citizens, and in tlie eyes of acted.
ces of this section, and numtiers ot them
alartus nature sounds to warn von
icg imlland M. L. Kyan, the printer, were
rotten cl.ar.u ter as any pa|>eron tlie con nanons clearly our meat, the Italian gov
finding !e*irabl»* home* in «»ur miilst. al
< P. I>. A I.. < <»’s mil! at Merlin start»*»! are
ttie county seaton Wednesday
tinent. Although Mr. IL uner, ttie Re ernment baa taken their slaughter so up i'lu
last w« » k iin-h-r th«’ siipcrintvn.tcncy of
publican leader in tlie lower house of the much to heart tiiat King Humbert lias John K«•'!«•> , w lit> has over fifty nu n employ«*«] things to he the <*enter of a most pr»)sper
i'entral I’.-int has the best streets of anv
ous community for many years.
town we k low of. Over
were «pent iii
California legislature, escaper! much de seen fit to recall bis representative at there.
served punishment and expulsion at the Washington, anil a declaration of war is
J. M Jones, father of Pr«*siding Elder
The' amp of8'«ns of Veterans was organ- putting them in first -class condition.
hands of bis confreres in crime of tlie hourly looked for. Should the tlireai- Jon» s. di«*d at Grant's Pass at an a<lvnnc«*d ag»- iz-’«! ar Me»if»>r»l I «st week as announced,
Mrs. 1*. W Olw* II of this place is con
a shoit linn* ago. He was well-known m with iiteen charter members.
Otticers valescing met !v. thanks to tlie skill of Dr,
bribery stripe, through tlie adoption of ened hostilnies materialize, tlie irate south«*rn
• >r« g«»n.
aer«-»l“Cte»l after orgamz <tion as follow«: Jomsol Medford, who is attending her.
the minority report of tlie committee Lstins can make it very interesting for
Kerns of Wolf cr»*ek. whois • ngagtsl Captai.i, C. O Datn«>n, first lieutenant, E.
which was appointed for the purpose of some of our seaport cities for a time, and in Gi a« ’org«'
«-«»rds ot wood for th»’ 8. Johnson , second lieutenant, L H Mat
J Bollinger and family of this precinct
whitewashing lorn, but w Inch, by its ma tier navy can do us a vast amount of railroad coiiipany . pai«i a visit t»» Ashland last
tox; camp council, Newell Harlan. E L. have removed to California, where thev
jonty report, found him guilty as charged damage in various ways. Italy will not wc< k. ac«'ompiiiiie»l by Mrs. Kerns.
tine property interests, We are sorry
Bashfotd. I. D. Goodwin; first sergeant,
by tlie Examiner, yet that worthy g<wa have much to lore tierself, and wdl Ire
•J. H Wright, flu* v»*teran horse trainer, has Newe I Harlan; quartermaster *»-rg«*ant, to lo«e them from our midst.
back to b.s constituents with not a ves able to crawi into her hole and delv us
I’ S. Damon, sergeant guar»!, Fred Faris ;
< etitral Point has a I »it prospect
Grant s Pas«» II»- had goo«l snccetM* at th«* corp«>ral
tige ot character left on which to rebuild tor the time,while worrying neon tlie high at
guard. E. L Bashfor«!; ramp ting a newspaper, M. L. Ryan of get-
last district fair at Central Point.
his reputatation. As if the fact was not seas, but there won't be much of tier
guard, J. 8. Bunch; picket guard, W. 8. agreed to print one here if given a having
Col. Bowditch ol Ashland visit»-«! (¡Mint's Johnson.
enough that the great pa|>er bad estab left to worry anybody when ttie fight is Pass
$2(10 to do so. Our town nee«is nothing
on legal business «hir ing the w»« k. !<• ing
lished his guilt beyond a peradventnre, over, if Uncle Samuel is feeling in any accompanied by his moth« r. Mrs. M. B. Bow-
The letter« written the pre-i-lent as a part more than it »iocs a newspaper.
and had com pel led a partisan committee, thing like Iris normal condition, or dis dite'h, tor u aocial visit with tri« nd* h« re.
of the literary and rhetorical training of
('. ’ McClendon’s fast rare-hor^e, Lewis
prejudiced in his favor, to bring in an covers ft.at someone is fighting him,
John IL'tiry earn«' in from his Josephine rhe | up I- »»I the M«-df«»rd public s< h«>»»is P., will make the season at Central Point,
Hundred* <»f t« «timonia!.« like thf-
adverse report to tire bocal ler statesman, before the resumption of peaceable rela- «•ounty min«-s last w»» k. 11« will r«*inain in have been heard from. A number of the so will Geo Lerotix’s t n»* trotting h rs**’
J. E. Miller," Astoria, Orc., writes, ••it
the pen of Ambrose Bierce, the most iiui . s . Tl>e inevitable macaroni trust p«s*t in Bolu ima distrh t. Eug«*n«* Guar»!.
18 goal T.-hania (ieorge. Thev are both
pal < rawf»»rd to President Harrison, who : valuable accessions to our sto» k.
cur«*»! ni«*«»f a acvere Liv«*r and Blood trouble."
caustic on the coast to-day. was brought that is sure to ire foinied in tins country
The ston«’di v«Frc«* case will be inipcsled to had his private secretary sit down and ac
inte requisition to damn him with an
The funeral of Mrs tfeter*on, which took
wd. probably make as mucli off our th«- supr«-m« < urt by the plaintiff Ncith« r knowledge their r»« » ipt in very cotirieou«
s<>ld by Hit ilriiKKtHta.
epigram. Of what avail is it if a partisan Italian contingent during tlie unpleasant party is sMtisfhd with the <l«-cisi<»n ot tlm ■erms. Fnlrss ttm ropy of the private place la*t Friday, was well attended. 8he
house acquits a man of a patent ness as the war will cost us, winch is tlie court, as it le«iv«sthem in th«* same position ^err«t.«ry\ letter ntibnslied in the Mail 's a wa* a la»’v of many estimable qualities
as at the tx-ginning of the suit.
crime if he lias to pass his remaining
base slan<ier upon a worthy m <n. Mr. Hal- and beloved hy all who knew her. Her
silver lining to the war cloud. King
Tlie S. P. I>. A L. C«».'a factory at Grant's lord’s own ear v training in the literary remain* were buried beside those of her
days under the frowning shadow of such Humbert is said to be imprisoning many
me was grossly neglected.
lamented husband, Elder M. Peterson.
lines as these ?
For ’'eninle Ir-i:!nr
American citizens, to tie field as hosts an! a iarg«’ niiintx-r of operatives are em
Mourn here for one Bruner, cal I oil Elwissl.
í i it’* : i.othirizliki ■ i «’ h
g> s until the aiijiistment of the difficulty, t«»r 1*91 will lx- greater than ever.
He d«H*«M>'t—-be never did—* me! I g«H»«!
on tl.e mark«*!. /.'«
To !>«»•<* of critics Rif! schoiars.
and tiiat fact has raised a fever of indig
füll. >Î|.*<’CMHÎU11V ust
If now br'd ail «»IBee to »« II could
The T imes has been sent a communication
I»v •»-<»iniiiPiit ia ii»'
nation in certain quarters in this country. from
He •wll it- O, no—where (in H«*U) could ,
Waldo, concerning the manner in which
Notice* for the location of placer
It should not, however, as the class who th«* Idaho Stage ('«>. treated Mr. Alien lately; Stevens, the able young p»-dagogu«*, will wield quartz mines, etc., for sale at the T ime * of
He find a cool four hundred dollars?
to re!¡<" e » ij*| > ’«
mane a habit of spending tIreir great big but. as no name was attached thvreto. the rul«*r.
tivwspapt r rul«-s pr«*clu<it Its publication.
S <‘. Slu rrill will op»’n a class In iniisi«’ this
EraorK.eN w vk correspondents are d< - Arnerii an dollars in tlie lands across tliu
SURE! SATE! CE3TAIM
Mesarx. Pomeroy end Bur rage, proprie
<iurp»*oph ar«’ in «-arri«f»t about building a w«*« k. which wi!l <ioiil»tl« ss lx* w« II patroniztsl torn »»f the iron mine* near Gold Hill, are
riving much consolation from the late ocean are not deserving of much sympa «111«
’t be hnm!*,ur’»'-!
looking after their property.
alliance effected bet ween France and thy item any source, when one reflei ts vh’in ty. and w• w«*uld not I k - surpris«*d t«» s«*e
Sfive Ti.ne. il «’alt ;
Joseph Howyll and ni«*r»’, Mi«s May Gault,
anti money ,. ke u • otb
Russia. The war cloud that has hung that they uiigiit and ought to lie spend .t built, although it will » ..st a Iarg«- sum of
There i* considerable activity in Wagner
1 hv h«*a<l of the ditch will be som«-- arriv»«l here Fi nlay to visit ohl friends, and creek district, where several new discov
over Europe for a decade past is like a ing them in the “Italy of Oregon,” it money
wh« re in th«* n«*ightw.rho«»d of Gold Hill It is will tarry with us s«*veral weeks.
S«’nt to anv aldr«*’-*.
eries have lately been made.
“Dile on the brow of beauty” that won't they are in quest of health, happiness • sttmate«! that over DU"«' acres «>( jam! now
M’ciirr by î »’ h I on re
S»-«’tion Foreman Randall was »piitrsii-k last
A W. Hawkett and S. H. Egger have
"come to a bead or bust,” to quote a and climate. Italy knows tiiat there is va'uclt s* w..u:d f«e imulv to l»lo*s«>ni lik« th«* w»’« k. Dr Kremer of Gran: s Pass was
\ cvibt »»f uri<
•• j .
bonded the Patton mine on Wagner creek
classic author. The situation has long no earthly danger ol this country retalia ros«’ it this ent<-rpriar siicc«M*dw.
calhsl and is bringing him out all right.
and are taking out some good ore
been productive of naught but uiscomfoit ting in tins line, as we are alr> a ly main J W. Att. from Koscburg. attempted rui -
rHE ÄPMRO MEDICINE COMPANY,
Out literary s»a*lrty held thrir monthly
Two .San Franriscocompaniea have been Wertem Brun* li, Bux27, l’OBTf.ANI». OF
and foreboding to all but the festive war taining a milcli larger contingent of Ital t «'rib at tip- ('«»mmercial hotel. Sunday night. ♦•hs’tion Saturilay night. B. It. Stevens was
correspondent, whose patience has been ians, as inmates ot our workhouses and it** word and h«-didn t dh* It Is report«*»! his «•I» n t«d pr»*si«leiit, h . c. Sherrill vi**<’-prraident
Sold bj' R.C. nr*w»ks.*lrmryi«i. Jnck*onvlllo.Or
will continue their work, which promises
sorely tried at tlie re|ieated deferring of county hospitals, than we have any . wife had b tt him. His mind not living very and Mark Whipple secretary.
< hir triist« «* have s»’cur»*«l two acres of land
the t»eginning of active h< s’dities. With desire to h ud as “hostages." For ages
t Pa** « ourn r ¡'his m tlu-same party who*'at from B. F. (barter, on which to build a n«’w
Nearly all of the placer mines are still
annually recurr ng regularity he makes we have been sending our ru b men t > ’• nipt. «1 1 suicid«’ at th«- Bak. r hotel at Eug«-n.- M<-h<M)l-hoiise.
Mr. Carter donat«-d »»nc acre being operated, although the water supply
the war cloud “loom up“ over the conti Italy to »(H-nd their we Jtli,while sh» lias a I. w w« . k* aim «*. II«-<lo. s this work for tie •nd sold the other for ten dollars. There is in some instances is not as large as it has
or sympathy. Th»’ offic» rs tlu re liberality am! public spirit in such acta as
nent, only to be dissipated like a June reciprocated by sending us her paui eis I purfx.se
torct«! him to leave.
frost under the manipulations of the court aint criminals io pillage, murder,assassi
The American Mining (’ode. standard
D<*puty Assessor Johnson Is raising the ir«*
HE FOLLOWING TIME SCHEDULE WILL
diplomats. With cheerful alacrity he nate and levy blackmail at their own
on all subjects pertaining to
«if m«»«t »if our farmers, and w»* think they
i IIU I IT COI RT PROCEEDINGS.
take » ff«*ct Sunday, Fri». 22, 1*91.
sprang on deck again after the announce sweet will; and lately it appears that
hav»- just cans«’ for “getting on tlu*lr ear,' for all mining, water-rights, etc., is kept for
he is raising them with a jerk. He ratsed one sale at the T imes office.
ment of the Franco Kuwian transconti-
Tlu following protmvdings have taken place
our neighlxtrs from $11(0 on his farm to
Leave Jacksonville at 8:30 a . m ., 1:00 r m . and
nental passenger and freight agreement, countenance the Malia, which makes h 1 hi th«- < in nd court since th«* last reixirt of th«’ of
i«4<0, an«i others in I k«- prop«»rtion. If th«*
5:K) r. m .
and in foghorn tones proclaimed the business of licensing tlie blackmailer and I T im i >;
>oard of equalization don’t have* a lively tune m ner. has relocated the Hojie or Golden Leave Wlu-trix-k at 8:40 a . m ,. 1 12 P. M
M Pur lin, assign«*«* of <*9tafe of Magruder tills y«*ar. then we will miss our goes« We Sp'ke mine in Wagner creek district and
5:48 P. M.
curtain about to rise at last. The Amer assassin, arid that now she proposes to . Bros
% vr F A and Mary Stricklin'.
n-cov« r are under «»bligiitions for the raia« in tax« s to will continue prospecting it.
Leav»* Harbaugh's nt 8:43 a . m ., 1.17 P. m .
ican people desire nothing so little as to fight the batil» s of the horrible combina | money.
Judgment tor *!£>.70 and costa.
th«* Rf|>ubli«*an party, and we hiipi’lhi- D«*in-
5:51 P. M.
F W « si v. r v» Jack«on county; writ of r»*- «K'rais that threw off on their party will rean
see their netglibors engaged in mutual
\ ery rich drifting diggings have been Leav«- Davisville nt 8:50 a . m ., 1:27 p. m .
Petition disiniM«*d at co«*t of plaintiff. the full benefit of it
5:55 p. .M.
pillage and rapine, murderous warfare people. We shall heartily approve ot vi» L ’w.
L W hitn«-y vs G H «ml Alice Gallant; to
Yreka It is said that
was taken out Arrive nt Medford at 9;00 A. M . LIO p. M. an<!
and bloody invasion ; but if they must in carrying the war into Italy in ti e event r»’«*«»ver m««ru y t>isnifRs«-d at plaintiff's coat.
•H"' P. M.
I Vawt. r Jt Howanl vsBonhenia Baker. <*t al.;
dulge tn that sort ot thing there never
Miners are still busy, and the output
baa been a time when we could stand it : when the matter of fixing ttie amount of i ■ to L forcclos.-
L»*«.nard vs G W Obvnchain; to force Io««*
Leave M«*dford at 10:00 a . m .2:»« j p M. and
to look on with more urbanity and tender
i iDortgag«*. D»-cr«*«’ granted.
7:30 P. M.
A H Moon vs Thos Fr«’shour: to recover years we have been selling Dr King’s New though the supply of water for mining Leav«* Dnvisville at 10:10 a . M . 2 12 F. M. and
advice to the heated contestants than causing us the trouble of licking her
Discovery for I’onsumpn- n. Dr. King’s purposes came mu«*b later than formerly.
I money. Judgment for |I24 u’ and «-«»sts.
7:37 P. m .
just now. If, perchance, the war corre
J h Phillips vs L Townsend; to foreclose New Life Pilh, Bticklen's Arnica Salve and
L«*avt* Harbaugh sat 10:17 a . M„ 2:20 p. M. and
spondent has guessed right at last let us : in-ist on tlie bodily removal of tlie city I mortgage Dismiss« »!
Electric Bitters, and have never handled
7.41 P. m .
L<*ave Whetrock at 10:20 a .
commend his devotion to principle and | ol Rome and her alleged curiosities in j Bcltn«la Barnum vs L Townnend: sum»'.
remedies that «ell as well, or that have
7:45 p. m
■ v« n such, tv iversftl ssti-faetton. We do
Itnns high in this place over -'System
reward his pi rsi-ti ncv by duly recogniz , a*t «nd ii.eh.-e true t-> l! is tonr tic. r
Arrive nt Jacksonv
:t !<. ai » • . 7 »n ¡. M
ing hie merit a« a sen-ation monger, and
and 7:55 p. m .
Cstarrh of the bt .nisch and makes I
accord to turn a place a little above Kee a' linme to »p. nd their money in tl.e I I« th« » »mplaint of thousands suff* ring from j .o .! w* tran i r»’ady to refu -d the pur« h «»e lion.
W. HONEYM \N.
Asthm:i, < >nsumption. « »»ugbs. • u . I>«.i v«»u price, if .satisfactory re*i»ltH do not follow ..v, e hiood and builds up the system. It I
ley, of motor lame, and a little below fu'ure. Onr ultimatum has gone forth «•v.
rti s Dr. A«k
English R« «iu-d\- It is th«iru*e i’hese remedies have won their IS tl.COa bo'tle At Brooks' drugstore.
the seeker after perpetual motion in
j the b«-st pn I Miutioii known tor Luug Tr<»ubu* i great popularity purely on their merits. Tell yoar friends of its merit when you u«o
¿¿Ultra» pv«!nv. gujuxurtv ¡u zx. at aS Ould by E. C. ^ruOxa.
OU m T lUWR.
THE POSITIVE CURE.
KLY BROTHERS. M WàrtV" SU New York. Price SO Cto.1
■ •■■■■■■* «■■
s ■ a a ■ av
WHY DO YOli COUtiH?;
Doyon know that a little <<ri"h is a dangerous ■
thing? Are you aware that it often fastens on the^
lungs and f ir too often runs into Consumption an«lB
ends in Death? People suffering from Asthma.
Bronchitis. Pm union it ami Consumption will all
tell you that
“ITSTARTED WITH A GOLD."
Can you afford to ncgle-t it? Can you trifle
with so serious a matter > Are \ ou aware that
for Coughs. Colds and Consumption is Ixvond question the greatest of all ■
Modern Remedies ? It will stop a Cough in one night. It will cheek a Cold in ■
a day. ,It will prevent Croup, relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken ■
in time, “ You can t afford to be without it.” A 25 cent l«ittle ma v save vou I
StOO in Doctor's bills—may save your life ! A-k your druggist for it, or write!
to W. IT. H ooker & Co., 4G West Broadway. New York, for book.
s c o » u - « c » • u
a ■ • ■
> 5 a a r a ■ s as a a c x a ■ a ■ ft
gw* u '-»wlX -
ir ' -
■Fjkk llore 1'rofilablt
X j N
X 1 ’f
Children Cr> for
M . L. C AM8O.
REDLAND -I- NURSERY,
Six tuilce South of Grant'» Paas. J<«»f*pbine
(, • Hint x . « lr«’g»»D.
A H. CARSON i SON, Proprietors.
Apple. Pear, Peach,
Plum, Prune. Apricot
Wo challpugo tho reader to successfully controvert the assertion that
an acre of thrifty, well-cultivated, producing orchard trees ju tlie \al|
ley of Rogue lliver will yield a net yearly income of ÿlriO. It will
average 100 trees to the acre, and the estimate is based upon the dem
onstrateil fact that each fruit tree will produce 1 iu value, net, of
marketable fruit each year.
GKAl’E VINES. (THK.ANTS, GOOSKTIEK-
RIEK UI.A< K, EHHIEs. HASPHEH-
ItlES. s TR a W HEKK1ES. E'lGS.
<>ur tr«’<’« ar«-grown witbout irrigntion on
r«*l liill land, and all of auown var.vtxet» that
in Southern ( »rvgoii.
Thone contemplating tree planting will do
w.-i: to visit <»ur orchard and nursery, or write
to us tor price list. A«idr«*ha to uh at Murphy,
J<»*« pnin« countj. Or«*gon, <»rto K. H. >t«t:on.
Grant 's Pass. Oregon.
A . H. CARSON ii SON.
In other words an acre of producing fruit trees has a valuation of
j-llfiK*. It is better than anj- bank—for the bank is sometimes earned
into Canada by the cashier, Dame nature a tiust-worthy guardian --
takes care of the principle, and the dividends never fail. Of course if
you plow1 your orchard once in twenty years, and rob tlie trees of their
nourishment by making a cornfield of the orchard ground, aud invite
the birds and orchard pests to make a restaurant of vour orclrerj. i •"
must not complain that your horticultural methods have precipitated a
foreclosure of the mortgage on your orchard.
HARDWARE AND TINWARE DEPOT
AT CENTRAL POINT
JCG. 0. 0HCRI0AN, ffiOKKItlUh.
Where is kept constantly on hand a complete
and firat-claa» at»»ck of
CULTIVATE YOUR ORCHARD
With half the care you give wheat-fields, and it wilbyield an income Stoves, Tinware. Cutlery,
on a valuation of iflOOd an acre. There is not a wheat-field in this
county which yields such an income, and E\ EllY orchard does.
We propose to sell you an acre of tine alluvial soil, within cannon
shot of five growing towns, close to the steel rails of a trans-continental OILS OF ALL KINDS
railroad, in the most beautiful valley ou the slope of the Pacific, with
one huudred grow ing, thrifty producing fruit trees, to be selected by
you. Buy it for a home to shelter you if adversity or the winters of
Id age overtake you and find you penniless.
And everything elae tmHginab’e in th!» line.
My gfHHls ar«* new and ot the beat brand», and
wil’ be »old at the
We give away the land. Pay ue $10 a month, 10 cents a tree, for
two years, and we will present you a warranty deed of the acre, and Lowest Ruling Prices.
G’ve me a call before goini e'sewhere.
GUARANTEE it to have a thrifty, growing, producing orchard.
Despite these facts the farmers of the country continue to value
their land high, aud rob its soil by sowiug it with wheat and compet
ing in the markets of the world with the serfs of Russia and the slaves
of India. “Export the wheat of a country amlyou ship away the vital
ity of its soil,” says a great economic writer. lhe peojile of Jackson
county should learn this as an axiom.
T<» HE GIVEN AT TH».
Every bread-winner at the forge or near the cutting saws, or in
U. S. HALL, JACKSONVILLE,
sound of the hum of the shuttles, or the thunder of the factories, or
toiling late over desk and counter, should study our plan well. It means Friday Ev’ng, April 24.1E91.
a home for a life-timeout of the meagre savings of 2years’ work. A
For the Benefit of th«*
more beautiful and a larger home than ninety per cent, of the popula
tion of the civilized earth can claim to own.
Odd Fellows Orphan’s Heme.
Write to us, and we will send you our illustrated book of this great
valley and our Orchard Home.
RE< EPTIitN COMMITTEE:
I. O (). Fi BALL
r I j
Mrs Alive I’lrieh, Mr*. K. Kutili and Mr»,
Jacksonville.—Chris. I’lrD’h. Wm. Dcn<-ff;
M««!tord. Dr. E. R Pu k« l. M. Purdin; Ash
land H <'. M« y«-r, Fr«*d Drake: Grant'»» Paa«.—
C. K . < hanal«»r; F«»«»t»> < r«-« k. H. A. (\ m »1 l .
S u |«|»« t and dancing t ivkvt*. $2 <O per v« »uplc*
aupp«-r tteki-ta, $1 K» !»* r couple; single »«)»<»<■.
tutor an«! su|q»«-r tick« tt. 75 cents.
|X\ ithotit Health rag.
wEAL™ I not be enioyed.
y y therefoi
^’’Vr c fr:
G. W. Wolters, Proprietor.
lt«s the beM helper to Health and the outekrat
; t « on Faith. Vse it in time for all diseases ot
th«- St.•math. Ltver, Kidnexs an-’ Skin» !t
»ui ’s Rheumatism, Malaria. Coated Tongue
an I H< .«<!. k he, relieves Constipation, Bilious-
11« '•* and Dyspepsia, drives all impurities out ot
th« Blood and di i« s up old Sores. The Business
mm buv it the WerkiriKmen use
th» I adies
takr it the Children cr- for it and the Farmers
S i\ it is then l»cs. health preserver.
A Full Line of Choicest Groceries kept and >oid even where, fi.ooa botWe; six for fs uo
Sold at Reasonable Rates.
Last Notice to Tax
Fresh Fruits in season, Chtnlies. Nuts. Etc.
THE TAXES LEVIED FOHThB
’.*9»» iH*coin«* «t<*lin«iurnt <»n t nt* ft rat
Monday in April, 1*91. according toth«* statute
made an-! provided, th« r«*f«»r<* notice fa hvrvny
glv«-n t hat all tax«* nc»l paid by the evening
•r April 4. 1*91. will be dr< lar«*d delinquent
ard r«-turn«*»i a* such t«« th«* county com-
nnssioiHTH' court at their r«*gular April term,
raxpajera ahouid tak«* n»»ti« «- and act a» cord-
tngly. <'oats of <•« »licet I on will necessarily la*
added aft<*r the r«‘turn of the d«-lin«|umf tax
JAMES G. BIRDSEY,
8h»*riff and Tax Collvc-tor of Ja« kt*«»n county,
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY
(LI INVITED 10 CAR FOR FREE CONSULTATION.
4. H. CARSON.
100 000 TREES IN STOCK,
Is King of the Blood, Liver and
Stomach—It has never
Kotrue River Valley R y Co.
The most speeuy, positive *n<l perm«
«lent cure for Catarrh of the Head, Asthma
and all Throat, Bronchial, I.ung, Heart.
Stomach, Liver aud Kidney Affections,
Nervous Debility, etc. Consumption, in
its various stages, permanently cured.
D r . A born ' s O riginal M ode of T rbat -
ment and his M edicated I nhaiations
gives instantaneous relief, builds up aud
revitalizes the whole constitution aud
system, thereby prolonging life. Weak,
nervous, debilitated a”d broken-down
constitutions, old and joung. invariably
gain from ten to thirty pounds iu from
thirty to ninety days. A
D r . A born ' s phenomenal skill and trar-
velous cures have created tlie greatest
astonishment on the Pacific Coast and
throughout the American continent, dur
ing the past twenty-five years. Asthma,
Catarrh of Ute Head, and all Throat, Bron
chial and Lung trouble instantly relieved,
also Ear DiseasesandDeafness often cured
permanently at first consultation. Da.
A born ' s essay on the “Curability of Con
sumption.’’ and a treatise on “Catarrh of
the Head,” v'th evidences of some ex
traordinary cures, mailed free. Call or
Fourth and Morriwon St»^ Portland, OregM.
THE ORCHARD HOME ASSOCIATION
Faber’s Golden Female Pills.
FOIt Y70SE W1KJ CANNOT POSSIBLT CALL PKR-
6ONAI.LV, H »ME TBKATSENT PLACED WITH
IN TH»: :« Al H OP ALL THAT WILL UlTB
INSl AXTANKirS BELIEF AND A
N*Te. -Home treatment, securely packed, Knl by
•xprei>x to i I parts of t! e Pacific (. oast, tor those who
Canoot poss.hly call in perse 11.
Too Much Load
Settle Up Notice
I’l.KSWNS HAVING FAII.Ffl TO NET-
th* th«*'r not«*a and a<*counta with the un-
drrbigin d on Jan. 1. 1*91. an* hereby n«»titt«-d
f«»r th«* laat time to «’Mil and a»*ttie, mh all
amount« not paid t»rl«»r to Apr!« 10th will l»c
l»ia< <■<! m th«* lian«Is ot an attorn«** t«»r <*oll»c.
non with coat« added. L L Jac<*bs is suthor-
izirtl t.» » »ll«*ct ami r.c« i| t for all money due
Plea»«* tak«’notiv«* and «ave conta, aa M
need money in our busineaa.
REA MES A WHITE.
WHY ARE SOME PEOPLE ALWAYS LATE? k
They never l^ok ahead nor think. Peapie have been known to * xit till pUnt»ng »ea«**«. run to the gro
cery for their see»!*, and then repent over it for n months, rather than st p and think what the)’ w’U *11111
for die garden. VxCK’S SEE a JS ’”*”er '• y it t, the ven! f trnn ii . n. • • n who h.^ve planted
them. If it is Fl wex *V»k-'.. >. !’.,!'l«nts L *. or anyng in this line, Jlf A
IVO MI8TA A’
thyear, but send i ■> cents t r V’iclc’ff J-'/or.»/ Guide, d '•> t t’v io rent fr^ui tint order, it rojtf.M
nothing. This pioneer cat g-ie c .tau-s three c 1 •» pG’r-. Grandest JVoveltirtr ever offered.
In ua^h p’xjmum* to t!. • c sending
orders, i x x-o cash pr:.e> at one of the btate Fain Grand
offcit ciunCb ur all. Made in cdTcrcct
firwautver Ucl m . ]ah pi-caak» a v - ’ ti>-Lea
HE MEDFORD ROLLEH MILLS WILL
give in exchange tor Mx«> pound, of » loan
follow«: Thlrty-elirh« pound,
-r t .iu tit Hour In farim r'a <m< k». or thirty-four
pound, of .a* k<d ll< < r. I xi l.ank« v II np-
ply at the Pbo< nix miii !•> i.r.d.ng
| ■ i ndr.
I Htn now roady to t*u> 01 rtor>*. < i tiiku in
rtorvon exchange, any amount < 0u<<i.
A. A. DAN IS
tiucoecavr to D a VU A I i a»cs