The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, September 18, 1891, Image 2

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    EDITORIAL NOTES,
KLAMATH COUNTY ITEMS.
MEDFORD SQUIBS.
LOCAL NOTES.
Another nieeting, to consider the possibili,
tl.--. ..f
tli.' s utli. th portion of
J"-
.................inly Willi rail, mu JacksonviUe
Jane s Vance of Yreka visited Klamath's
Take a lo«>k at Nfekell s addition.
And still it rains.
T he »ip|M»r stories of the Willamette
• tl'l ....... «'I. IMlI I- h.-l.l Oliti,,. 2(itb |Ubt,
f’n-v^rscy were hurte»! on Wednesday capital last week.
Pritchard, watchmaker ami j -w» l. i , M l-
Harv.*sting is almost ended,
U»rlw ML PÄFU U' JÀLkbuM tUUMl. ÜH
Tl,.' buil loiL- f-'I I, .1 i-.dlroa.l Would l„. of
ihr
i* stimafed at $10,-
I mori mg.
i
Klamath will ship at least 2»K) carloads of for»l.
¡inn . ii-- I ■ ’ir tit i i southern On-gon, and
l’ay the printer and be happy.
i t>N». w iiic! .-* tuliv <• >vcic<f by inaurane»«, wheat «luring th»* < »ming season.
rythii -* i...... il.l«* foi il....... «nsummatioo of
The city wat«»r-w«?rk* ar«* mox -»aid i
l-C
Li tlmber fe . i *. h . A «lei dive Hife w.i* me cause of the
A littl. »now has fallen on the highe*t , th«- »’nferpri i-'' -I, 'Ubi I..- dono. Wo know of
Col. Knight this year put up over 500 tons *«*lf sQj.p.'.rting.
1
n
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•
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hi
1« - ’ till!
|».*aks.
ti'«thing
ilia' '- uhi |. ■ - I more l>eni>flt to tho
the.
of buy on his fine run«;h near the lake.
u h"I' "f .1 I I. -"II . I .I-I.ephino couutios.
H"ii. Willanl Crawlorxl m*\v oe- upi« ■ I.
i he t aitcrn mai krts R aw been flooded
A.
Ci.
Epps
and
wife
of
l
’
inmiix
w»-«
T hi ‘•hcld vuiir wheat”circular issued
Cattl»*n>uyers ar»> « arli«*r an«l more numer- neat, n«»w resi«l« n.’ .
m>t long since.
with |»vacne» to tUcb ah extent that to ii»et:>l»erH oi the ‘armers’ alliance from «>us than usual. Th« y are paying fair prices.
Pioneer Reunion.
W«* fearn that m*gotiati->n* i u th« -.«!•• <»f
ihoii* amii ul luishrl» havu l>een dum|>e«l S . p. ul and higher cables, in spite of
d ;•»
S<»m»* of tiie state offic.-r- ire < xp-
Mr*. B,. J. Sharp returned Lome to Halem
i
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'-tmg of th»- Southern Ore-
lulu the st a to ut ip irriwiu lhe maik.el he.ivy receipts, «‘allied wheit to sell after a pleasant visit with her mother. Mrs. the roller mills ar«* pending.
iitteml tin» fair.
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i
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i v .
nn h WM h.-hl ut i
Tho*. M«»rim* ha* <lispo*«-d of hi* dr.tx
to a htmlby C»?iidltlun. Ine Uetawar«- Either ;it (’’.ic.igo thi*» wvt k. Ihcetnb^r <'ran>-»ton.
Chas. I Faith
................................
A-h:..ii»i
"u
th.-
luih
in*t., was one of the l
and
family
hav»'
return«*
1
fr-
in
busin«*** I«« I. A. ?«l«-rriman.
|H*ach crop bas been the largest ever • »pene I at ‘»S ou the 16’h.
Klamuth
<*«
i
county.
I
best
ex.
r
held.
Th«»
attendant!«»
was even !
Surveyor M->«»r«» ine* complefed his sur-
MuuWii. 11*1® i ai never happened bcluiv.
! larger than usual, and much interest was '
Dr. W. S. Jolt«** ami Martin » ••I«-*i -nt th«*
Er.\KI. FiMiikK, by Altamont, driven wying <*ontract for Unvlu Min down in Cur-
Mi**
Josie
Nunan
has
returned
from
h»*r
.
taken
in
th«
’
pr
........
lings.
Appropriate!
week at the Tolman spring*.
ry county.
visit to Ashiaml.
memorial r»s Jut ions on the death of Mrs. |
I iik State Fa»r up«.m-»i auspiCMQs.V uh Ly J. B'act*, won the 3* minute rare on
D. H. Milfer s«»nt a larg«» «•on*ignim,nt of
W. A. Harrison
Muleta). A he aiieuuaw e m guod. n*c I'm s I r. at S.xlem, winning the 5tbf b h
J-'hn H. Brantner of thi* county has b«’«»n Win. Kahl’-r. IL nry R. Brown. Mr*. G. Nay­
|
fruit
cans
to
Grant
*
Pa.*.*
recently.
lor and P. Simon ha«l b«»en pr»’par«’»l and*
granted a pehsiou.
dirpiaja 111 thè paVdiuU Alo cuiup.el« , and 7ti» heats. M< Miniiville Maid, an- have li-»*n at Ja«.*k.*»«n\ill«*,
I xv.-r«’r«al bv Win. L. Miller. Tho annual'
Frank Shideler xviil attend th»* stat«* uni­
and eveiy salino»« stock deoai imeni «»Iher Alfamoiit.WH- second, winning two tew days since.
Sp«*.
’
ial
trains
will
fe?
run
during
th«*
last
addre**.
which was <i«’livere»l by Mrs. W. J.
versity at Eug» n«* th«* coming winter.
m luil. <h>e ut tnu traturca ol thè tali brats am! maki.ig the fastvH time « f the
f.»ur days of fair week.
J. V. Houst«>n. a priut«-r, arriv«»«l at Liuk-
i Plymale, wa.* an ex»’ell«»nt one, short an«l to I
¡s thè L uil palate, cunstructcd uni ut rare, 2:30.
W.* ar«* sorry to fearn that Th"-. A. Har­
! tin» point. Tln-n »’am«’ tin* dinner, indeed n I
vilie last w. • k iu company with hi* brother,
lint*
W II. Parker, E.s«|., visited relatives at sumptuous on»-, prepare»l by tin* piont'er
ris is consid«*rably in»lisp«>s«*d again.
IrUiis pi »¡u» 1 in tue Wi. lamette vai.«).
T he tn k»»( put forth by Mi«» N»»w Y«irk J. A., to remain.
Gobi Hill one day last w«ek.
[
ladies..f
Ashland
and
vicinity,
which
was
’
Ibe race» aie eVvU urlici inali Usuai.
Democracy at Saratoga last We»hie*<iay
I>r. Danielson’s ofifee is now over J. Gold­
J. W. Lindsay has b»*cn entertaining his
b iirtii-lniu'
We n«*«-d what is du© up and hope that al* s. rv. <1 by young ladies and g«*utlcm«*u, the I
is a Mtrung one and will certainly Ire m»<tuer and sister ami the latter's family, smith's «tore. He S practicing with *m--
sons and «laughters of pioneers. At two i
iml.-bt»*«! will settle at or.ee.
V \ ki un the RuSebdig and Cuus bay elei te«! C’ongresiman Ro-»«- 1 p. Flower from Josephine county.
Notions,
Carpets,
together
with
a
large
lllutti:it«-<l
ll<«h«i i.v l.i>t.
o'clock tin* soi’fety xva* again called to order ■
laiiiuad Will t»e lunning into Lcquihr was nominate.i for governoi audS|*e«ker
Published and distributed free by the <«i!»-t Mail
Miss Susie Ward last week rctunie»l t«>
Railroad tickets for the fair will b.» g«»»»d at th»- •-pera-li» use, vvher»* they listened to
cdy wHiuullwmii thirr weeks, 11 1» Sheehan tor lieutenant-governor. Uut Furtlund for the winter’s course of studios
an uddr« **, “Liiml of Our Adoption,n by
until ami including Sept. 27th.
Order House <»n thi.- <-<>H-t.
reported, and the exp-. ndllUie ol liie of tiie several hundred delegates present, .»t bl. Mary s .Vailemy.
Georg»»
W. Dunn, which* was twflt-
S C. Rlucum of Portland has l>e«‘n paying ting to th»* ue«*asion ami ni«*«*ly »le-
first HUU»b<k> Whi iiAVe »revu timsbeu. inucli ess than a hmidrrd favore»i the
I liv.rreil. •Tli»* Administrati««u of Justice
Mrs. R. H. Voor»1 of Portland i* visiting ickitivcs in Jacksonville a visit.
Mr*. l«la Lichvus has b«*en busy »>p«*ning
lue sui k ul bu.bling the ruad is prugivm- nomination oi Cleveland for president. her u«*w stock of g»*ods since her return her friend*, th«» .\1:**»’* Slmfefer of this
mg siradiiy, an 1« p >ils to liie cuiitiary
\ iss Stanley of Ashlanl is comiucting a iu th* .Li ly day* of Oregon’’ was the subject
place.
of lhe toa-*t .*" well and ably responded to
T he entire of Spain is shrouded in home from San Frauciseo.
successful school on Gall’s creek.
n Ut WdhrtAhUHig
by Jinlg»* Prim.
It may Iw found in
gloom on account ef «liockiiig disasters
J.
M.
Nich»»ls
und
family
•
f
Butt.
’
.-re.-k
Charley Hamiuonil is home once mor«*,
on tin*
first
page of to-day’s
Dave Drake has returned to Cinnabar full
bv fl »«»«Is in the provence of T«>le,io amt will do content t«» stay with the bfessvii visited relative* in M»-df»»r«l «luring th«»
Wc are Headquartes f<»r Blankets and Ridda r (iood.-.
T imes . ( <d. R. A. Miller next spoke
week.
after a short visit in Jacksonville.
L ami M«»n«!-iy wa* a Uedded Al'auiuiil I lie tii st advice* gave a hint oi liie ca­ Klamaifi ba*iu iu the future, be thinks.
on “Tin* Nutiv»’ Sons and D«»ught«*rs of Ore­
da), thè >tar»u g »ate, hail*liH«u hrair», lamity, wii ch is probably one »1 the
Our t«»ns»»rial artist, J. E. Sh.-ar»-r, has
Klamath county will u » »loubt have belter
Mayor Grainger of Ashland tarried a whife gon" in his usual graceful manner, after
STRICTLY ONE PRICE.
btnUg WuU u) Dio CaU^hiei Attuata ili worst known in modern limes. A die- reprv.svntuti»*u at th«» district fair than ever. been visiting relatives at Steamboat during in Jacksonville during the past week.
which cum«» int»*r» sting remarks by E. K.
the
week.
A
number
ol
our
citizens
will
be
present.
Hit guuil lime ul 1 ."‘S wuivh ir» a 3-mm- natch from the may.jr ol (' -tmuegra,
Anderson, W. H. l’ark»*r, Es«|., Judge T<»1-
(’«•I. J. N. T. Miller recently dispose«! of a
man ami <»th»-rs. Thu r«»uni«»n was an un-
Utr ^aii. 1 he alaiuuu Ituie wa.i sul« b> which called earnestly fur at»l and state»!
B. F. Yount «d Ellensburg. Wa*h., is n»«w band of Klamath horses iu California.
Ernest Carter of Ashiaml last week t«>vk a
«¡ualifi.-«! *u»,«-«-*s and wrill long l>u renmm-
Aita««, a»»u b) Ahah.ciit, tshu beat \ uu that tl ore Wero already 1,5(M) victims, load ul truil, principally grapes, to Ktainatu on the night shift us miller at the M» lf»>rd
Perfectly sure, perfert.y pure, perfectly b»Te«i by th »*»- who attended it.
roller mills.
l)cLàaiiibU t e lo®«, elamim L».umile Uatu* was n-d at first un<iei>too«l to mean that county, where b»» fuuml a ready sale lur it.
harmless? is Simmons Liver Regulator.
dii) , ai»tl ui«» u» thè t»t» -md litui Hi 2 25. such a large number » f pc.ple had lost
O. Iloltan lius roinove«! his tailoring bu*i-
\\ in. Roberts’ threshing-machine is han­
The World Enriched.
lbv«e bueil** tu Le !••-> h«>Ubt thal Ja)‘ ’heir liv»«, as a mortality so overwhelm­ dling tfie grain of Alkali and bprugue liver n«*ss to th«- front room uf th«- \\»»o«l a Jack-
Those indebted to the TN rm are earnestly
r» »|u« st«il to settle withoylTurtber delay.
ifeu» d b imi ■*«• irt i h«* l«v'l trulllllg blie uu ing was lieeiueti incredible; but i*urh x.ill. ys an«i is making Dig runs ewr\ duy.
son building.
Th»- i'u»-iliti.-.- of th»' present «lav fur the
was the case.
lite iiuflhwu*! cu4»il.
Th»* jury in the BiHings case went to prodimti'Ui < f »jvi-rything that will conduce
Rev. M r. Burirett, th.* < 'hri*ti.m miiii*t«-r,
J. F. Goefer anti wife of Alameda, Cal., lust
to th«- mat<-rial xv»»lfan* and comfort of man­
In . mam D ulin , oí Pli.la«)tdphia, one week a'.rix«-xi in Klamattl cuUUly, will» the bus estat»iish«-»l himself |»ermaiiuiitly in the A*hluml and inspected the land in dispute.
kin-1 ar»- almost unlimit» d, and wh«»n Syrup
•’ fr a » is wuitii iMUi* > ’ i» H»e ticiuhiig
of the largest iiianui «elurers 1 wuofen.* iuti-Hli<»u ul making tins vail«*y ineir luture Russ resilience.
Jo»*
liammersly
has
gone
to
Gold
Hill
to
of Figs XXa* Hi st prodime»! th«* worl»i was
UÏ A l»»‘A « li < Ili Ai i M>U. «I Ir» U* Si. 1 «lUl lu
in iliis country ami a sialwait prutre- hum«*.
• -ngag«* in business. W«.* wish him success. «•nri'h» d with th»- «»nly r«-tne«iy xvhidi is truly
Mrs.
J.
lliginb«»tham
has
return«-»!
from
rrlAliuii tu u.v Aheal «pi<-.*t o**, nuw bc-
pl»-a*iiig and i» fr» *h'ing to th»* taste and
»I.M»; t. has w r itten a fetter tu the *Xew
Uev. Win. C. Chuttiu returned from his California with b» r family, t . r«-*i»l»* p«-rm<i-
Oliver Nodau has returned to bis former
ìDg seul uut Dy li.r “siale aularictt ut
York /A "/A/, in winch lie says: ‘ It is trip to l‘> a t land last week, an» I 1* again al nvntly in Medford.
h-»m«» «»11 Evans creek, after bis long absence. pi'-mpt ami »-ÍT tual to <*lean.*«* the system
gaa in Miai Cl*>. Il uigva lAimets tu
gently
in th»* spring tim«» or, in fact, at any
uuj.
lili
U
lUgntvr
1*
lUu
Wife
ul
lUu
inc
ng
an int*-i«si ing lad deserving ui much
Tin» excellent plat»* work d ue- by ourlocal
huld bai k U*cU wheal, »» tirllei prives
Johu Coffee of Williams creek during th«* tini»- ami th»* li«*tt«-r it is known the move
emphasiM of statement that the pt ices uf lal«’ 1. A. out her laud.
dentist.
Dr.
O.
F.
‘
................
Dvm»»rcst.
is
filling
liis
awail U»em lue ih xi ir* wrrk». l».e wool ate lower now than they w« re one
w«-»-k cairn» m with a load of line vegetables. popular it bicornes.
Mcrauwsr««*
Dr. Georg»» Martin departed from l.ink- office with patients.
asstriiun is u.ade ihal w tirai wih br
So • asy in its action, harmless and effec­
year Ago.
I ins decline was distinctiv xiu»* la»l w«.-vk au»l will ruler U|»uu the pra»--
J. H. Whitman’s residen» «* property has tual in relieving is Simmons Liv« r lfegula-
$1
suoli, aisi | u.*o<Diy >2. A rrview pr»>iiiised while tía» M» Kinley tariff bil llt-v «»I ui* pr->h-**iuii in Calculi.», India, iu a
A Good Inducement.
recently been let to !.. Stridete r and family, tor.
ul lue Euiupcan suuitage lo b»mg lua»lr was living frmieii.” Kupubhcat) farm­ alluri time, we learn.
Gf »-»«urso you want your local paper as
who
ar»-
now
in
p<
thè bari» ut Ibis cia»ui.
ers should !»«» willing to give credit tu
Jimmy Watson r»*turned to Portland to- w»-ll a* a s.»n Fram-isco paper, ami we will
Cui. J. N. T. Mill«*: last xverk returned
1’. B. O V il ami th» ••l»b *t * »n • f \\. B. • lay. having s|H»at his vacation in Ju»*k*“ii- furnish th»- T ime * in e»»tim»ution with the
such authority, an 1 they cannot verv (rein Caul-■rum, whither m went ia*t spring
I iie September number ui “Kn-ts wel* ignore the tiuiii ul Mr. Do I.tn's to «U*po*c »»1 a One ik»ud <»l horsc* rai*«-«i on R o I h - i t* ar»-in California, xxh»-i»- th.- lull i villv.
’ W.-»‘kly l.xarnin» r ' f«»r $3 50, which will in-
cimfu any »»n«» » of tin* ”Examiner" ~
Premium
ami Flowers, a Laiuis* n»r penuxucAi worxi* in v vw of the »lechhe of 3 ami J1.» his ran» 11 at tn*- m a«l »»I liie laks.
went for medn-al treatment.
Mr*.
E.
DePeattof
Athena,
Vmatilla
county.
I’i»*tur»-- th.it y u may »«house and all of the
rec-*lAtiy blur»«»1 at i u«liAi» i by
ii. »•ents in some of tiie eastern states.
Mrs.
Phil.
Haught
and
daughter
V»
-*ter»lay
J. L. Howard of the Mto- ktun business
ii visiting relatives and friends in Jackson­ other privile * th.it r»*gular subscrlb«*rs « n-
> « a « us, a veteiai* juuruAbst, is a uiu»i
college was micrvicwiug the cillZelia oi left for Alaska, t«» join Mr. ILc.¡gut .’wh*» ha* ville.
ioy. If th»-r I* no agent m y-ur mdghlMir-
W hen the amendment to lhe McKin­ ElUkviUv iual Week, relative to the pr«»posal br»»n tiler«* for suim-tiim- pa*t.
rXxrLeut uur. it is lub ul uiallri line* -
ho«>d ami you «lo not t car»* to r«*mit <lire«*t,
Rev.
Rol't.
Ennis
officiated
at
th»*
Presby-
ley
tariff
I
i
1
providing
lor
the
payment
e*t:ng Ami va .ab e iu those engaged in
to »tail a branch ul that tustuutiou here.
Henry Smith's n»-w stor.-r«»»»ni i* as n«»at t» rrian churah in Aabiand a few evenings th»* T imes will r<»<»«51 iv»- ami forward your
•
1
a
isjunty
to
the
American
sugar
pro-
huiteu-ibltb r
at*!
Hui »culture,
whu
subscription t<* th«* publish«*r and see ’that
Th»’ arrival of A- Alford from lb »gm» river as a pin since coming fr-uu tin- hand* »»f II. since.
y»»u g»-t the pap«*r promptly.
bhuuoi nut ! ah lu become bUbacribeis due« r W as b fore vuijgiesi it was esti-
vaii« x xxilli ni* fine llilv*Uing outfit ensure* F. Wood und Babe»” k, th«* paint«-r
uiAteii
ami
su
stat«
«1
m
public
by
Repub
­
<».
Bl«*»fe
H
as
o|
«»n«*«l
atinshop
InChaveimr
’
s
li»ei«'tu. Amuug liie best aiUcirs Hi 11:13
lie- *.x\lug ol all whvul in tue ntauk in lUv
A. A. Davis has r»*»,»,ntly put in a b.irl« y bin Ming, corner of Or«*goii and California
lr>.*U Is ui.r by euihUeill ihrguli s bota­ licans that it would nol cost more than maui.nn ua*in this year iu cAcvheiil *uape.
To Whom it UonceruB.
«•rusher at th«» r»»ll«-r mill in this pla»-« , xvith struts.
nist, E. W. 1 I aii * uiu I1 v 1, viiiititd **lut ♦♦»AMiO.uüÜ a year. an«l a iung-hea»led
’l he publi-- i* her» by notified that th«’
Lhe
h»»t
xvuve
which
pass«»d
over
Klamath
a
caj»acity
of
500
bu.*h»*I*
p«-r
»lay.
Democrat
who
predicted
that
the
pay
­
Fuirsu) Prob.um.”
Ju«lg«» Prim bft for Portland y«*st» r<lav. Rogue Liv. i Steam Flouring Mills at Jack-
< Sr
ments under the amendment, if it be­ county ixxo week* ago xxas yxithout a ¡«urulivi
The ucti»»n of th»» city couti'-il in -I'l. ring a« ««mpunic*«l by his «laught« r, Mrs. 1. M. s«»uville xviil I«.- <«p» m »1 f«»r business on ami
S i U?
’" <4
m tie- ui*iory »-I tile i«a*iu. It was loo laic
«V
ft
j
Canning.
iUW
V
came
a
law,
would
not
be
!e*s
than
<10,-
hitching
ra»
ks
er**ct«il
at
-iiitabl»
!■•«
.«hti»**
after
Augu*t
l«"»th
m-xt,
ami
that
I
will
re-
lor aux damage to r- suil to grossing crop*.
l'he »aiiruad cummi.iBioiieis are muv
c«
’
ixe
grain
at
market
ju
i.-e
on
note
or
book
in town is a mov»* in lhe right «hr« ■ ■ti«»n.
I
><»
y
o
t
I
-io«v
a
L
.ti--
< "
ÜtKi.ÜbO foi liie first year ami after that
»•e
th
it
a
Mr. Cra\vf»»r»l »f Crescent <’lty un»i .Tohn
ing Agaiuai the .>uuli»eiu Paulic, lu
J"Lu R. Butin uf Poe valley last week ac-
thing? Aie x- i aw aretnat i;
muvii larger, was hooted at by the Re­
F«-li»’ly of Humboldt county, Cal., ar«» in a«’<’"iints <!m« th«» »•stat»’ of the late G. Ka-
Charfes
Weeks
of
Spokan»*.
Wa*h.,
«.
l»*rcu lhe c jinp.iuy tu adopt lhe taies rec-
r»
xxski.
All
person*
imfebb
’
d
to
said
estate
»- «mpuiiivd in* biolhcr-in-ius*, Joseph Junes
lungs and l.tr t sioft- n runs mt->t -.i. «-:
uinmeiiùV'l aud ap>»ruVv<l l»y IL1U DuAid. publican*. Nuw let us see Which state­ ul 1’ * .Homes, lossa. I»» the buy city Uhd turned horn«’ lust w«»«*k. aft. r a pleasant vj*it town.
ar« notifi» »1 t
-une f»>rxvar»l promptly and
tu<i.s in b. at I.? 1-s ¡ !e mti -
ent was nearest lhe truth. The inter­ ui* • tu b»-iK.-ics, Lal., svhere Ml** Ida uulin With his brother, A. J. Weeks of thi* pla •««.
« «x * threshing-machin«* is doing first- s.’ill.«aud avoid c»»sts of suit. Bettlement
Xl'.l Alli Dr cuiuiuritit*kl al the OclUDcf
Bronchitis. I’r, iini->in.i at. 1 t
u rm oi the Al ai *un cvuiil) circuit court. nal revenue bureau at Washington l a.* i* dttvUdlUg s.’Uuui.
R»v. C. M Hillof P »rtlaml. th«- • -ll-kt wn class xv« u k an l has threshed much grain must I«.- mad»- in • itln-r cash or grain imm»»-
tell yo«l tiiat
matte up fiom official »fata an estimat»
»liately. A \x<ud t»» th»* wise is sufficient.
Baptist pr»*a»*h«*r. is th gu» *r i h'^ .-op-r this seasun.
1 he complaint embrace» Uiiteii adrga •
Cuuuty
(
lurk
Leavitt
will
receive
bids
up
M Rs. J oh AN N A K A REW’S K I,
of lhe sugar pruiiut t uf liie present ti*cal
an»l br»’th«*r-in-law. Mr an I .Mt . \\ I Vas­
viuiis. li»rse irducmi I’ a I c » wvieurucieu
Mi** N- !li»‘Barlow of Gold Hill is among
Administratrix.
year ami its figures ar»j .539,710,(100 t»» uud uu iudiug the 2bth umlaut lor the ter.
•Ii«- young la«ii»-s attending school at S’.
ID lu elicci hy tue b.-anl &vplrmtM*r lsi,
thorough repull lug ami upholstering <«f the
P» nmis, on widen the bounty will be n- u-» uridge, svia.-n ha* been sumvwiiul
Mary s a«»a»lemy.
Can you atïorI t > r- . i- - it? <
t i • ,1. •
but lhe >uuii.vii« F avi H u luuk nu notice
W. Palm hti* rented th -
r •-r»
Why It is Popular«
fl 1,134,000, or lies:ly twice as much a* daugvrou* lur tra\ui lor *omvtiniv j»ust.
posit«» Webbs furniture - dore. f»»r n
with so M-rious a inatti r ? Are«, it;.. ■ i
•
ul Ute t»oAi»i .i acauli, and ibis allit is
lb v. Mr. Thompson, our now M. E. minis-
Bvaiis«’ it ha* proven its abs«»lut«» merit
the
laigesl
Republican
estimate.
purpos«»*,
und
will
stock
it
Up
111
biuUgUl lu t*lib. i ce the »duptlt li ul the
■ r, n.i* r.-moxed to Jacksonville and taken ov.-r ami <»x»-r ag.tin, b.-<*au*«* it has an un-
With a si»*sv to vu.’ouruge target practice
tim«*.
iiarg** of his work
c '(U m I»*»I i
-i'l of - ur.-s, be.’ause its business ■
Schedules.
Wim war impending in Europe am! an.l uUvudum.«’ on lhe j»url <’t the local tr»»»-p
T
c<-mlu' t< I iu a tie r- ughly honest manner,
I CT. ■ t«»r Coughs. Colds and Consumption is beyond question t!.- ;rr *. : st <»f ;.ll*
Th«* four «lay* »< **i.«n . f th. 1.
the grain cropoi th trau*-At.antic hemis­ ol the U. N. G., Cupiaili bieiueus has or-
An alliance was organize«! at th»» Evans 1*
b.-.
an*,
it
«•■
ml-im-* . noniy ami strength,
igih. !
•lurud
hamfeumc
uivti.ii.*
to
fe*
ussurdud
the
51 «!<»rn th in« h«*-» ? It will stop a (.’«High i t <’ue night. It w I < i • k .i « ; '»i l.i *3
Baptist Ass.«ciation at thi*
phere so short as aunüet to threaten
r«-»-k
*cii«»"l-h«
use
ou«»
day
last
w»*»-k.
with
L'«»N».Kt.*- m \N IB km ANN is expected
being the only medicine of whieb ’ ’ ’DM)
a «lay.
w .H prevent (T.»up, relieve Asth, ta an«i»¡ire ( <
niptnin if ta « ti *
a ni»’inl»«’r*hip • f nine.
famine in some »juaiters uf the wo« Id, m».*t target shut and tho best drilled man, week has arou*«’«l much int”r» •t ai
Do«,» * »»m« 1 ». u.ir is true—these strong
the awtxrds to I«* made at sometime mill«* .......
to !»e at the disirit i l..ir, tur our or inuie
in time, “ Y«»u e.« » t aff«>r«l to t»e without it ” A ■.'»<•« nt L «• «• m
there is no ttlhug what prices grain will uu.ir luiuru n-'t y«-t stated.
point*
h.ix
ina.l-
H«>"»1
s
Sarsaparilla
the
C. W. Kahler s Tybalt, by Altamont, is im­
»Uys; in ia»’t, a ne ghb«»r uf his write*
SHK)
in
Doctor
’
s
b
’
P*
—
may
a».»*
your
lif«»
!
A
•*
’
:
y<>
¡r
dru/
:
»
f r
Miss J.-nnfe Graham wa* t.-u-j -irarilx n, proving an«i may be expvcteii to niak»» a in-**t suc- «-s*ful mdn-ine of the day.
touch before the year emls. it is a most
fr»«m Roseburg t«> that t (! ct. His uuu-
r W H. H ooker »Y C-»., 4G V. »*-t Broa-iwav.
v Y< • *;. 1 •
Th»*
Star ’ udvuratcs ta.xiiig the fruit »•harg»- »-f th» P«»*tal t.-l.-graj Ii iti «P h
fortunate tur» umstance fur these I’nite«!
mile
in
g
’
>»«i
tiiu»!
soon.
p|e.action.pmup-handled,!»« »1-blesoi-you-
• ■■■■-a ■ 3 ■ ■ * » w
«■»■Bisarec^sras
M
Stales,
although
somewhat
tough pvddivi* in-tu th»* lb-gu»? river valley, wlm the week ow ing to the imlisp s i •
P«-ach Pits Wanted.
Th»* firm - f Klippel A Lee, eiigag«»d in th»*
«ieai frit nd Laml-shakc will be one ul
mam* jM.*riodi»?al visit* tu Kiuuiath laud. A*
•m tiie rest ol ti.e worhi, fur it wilt turn must ul thrill raise th» productionslur which Gibs»«n. Mi** Ella Drake airain <«fii i «1
Th-
un»fer*igii»*<!
xviil
pay
rhe
highest
Iuml»»-r
business,
has
been
dissolved.
S»-«»
the features ot » xj «?s;Hon. The persun
Th«» fin«? map "f M' dl- rd at.-I t»l<Iiti n*. m»ticv in anoth«*r column.
tiie tide of guh! in our favor to such an liu s *v«’k u murk'-l over the disitlr, and wc
in<uk«-t pii • f 'i *.... Hing pva»*h pits if de-
who lLink* tl at Biiig’T ib esn’t want to
lix••>«•<! »-«kr v. ! • r further particulars ad-
extent that a 1 that will have lost in that have L»ou«‘ ot th<’at r<>r *ah* here, it w--uld pr«*par«*»l by Mr. Narregan *ut!i»!ini<‘ ag--
mu « «•«•♦•< 1 iiimsHt, or that hr ever sai»l he
from
Mi-**
Kate
Croneniiller
return«*«!
was
a»
....
ptv<!
by
the
v«»uit
il,
at
>100.
which
•lr«
*b • >r • n»|uir«- »»f
line f- r the last decade will, H is | r,-« i ■- i»e h.iidls right tu tax them in this manner,
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov
< r» *» « nt city, «’’al., during the w«*«*k, after
wuuoi dexdine a re-e«euliun, is a nincom­
is »-heap.
1:. M. S impson , Grunt’s Pass.
led by tinanc ere, i»e more than returned cuuid it la* done.
an
absence
<>f
over
a
y«*ur.
poop in whom there is no guile. Our t«j lb in the short spa»-e uf a twelve­
Quit«» a numb<-r««f «>ur »-itiz- n* xv»-r»* at th«*
c r gr» ssinati d - d ’I cotisi i uvtr«i att».T that month ; ami sm h a situation must inevi­
V. s. Arrasmith of big Applegat«* was hen­
»•»•unty-s«*at at th»- Iw-ginmiig f th. u««-k.
Ü. S. Teed Stable.
either a* with»•*•*» * - »r *p. -tat-'r* in tie - gam­ .1 fexx «lays since. H«' *ays that his s dí» »«d
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
►Dlr.
_____
1 hav a.I'I. 1 a «.■••<« »table t» tho V.
tably result in a p» n» «1 of p osperiiy that
district
is
stil:
in
nee«l
of
a
teacber.
bling cases.
latí
t t mnslentfl
wi I be almost witiiout a parallel in tne
I
Tilt Portland ln«!u-triai Exp rut on history ul th«- pre*eiit g -m :at »>n. \\ imn
Miss c».ra Smith ••( (¡rant'«»* Pass La* fe en
1 P. Fick«ns has ha.l a n«»at dwclling- ami th.- pul ’■ g»-i.«-rally. Horses will be
l’r-'f. Ja«»«»bst xvh»» ha* !• »-n in
fe»ar»iel
t-
r
txx.-uty-fiv»*
cents
per
day.
w h ch
i in«»n •»“ a t em»t op liwoiOre ail is sa:-i. Hi tiie I' hg run tne .»mount of visiting in Ashland.
h' ii*»• iiml a number of «»ther building* built
th»» Mail ’ »luring Hi....... In t *
I. 1‘ e R uboam .
-n hi* farm in Table R«»ck precinct.
tle*c«»n<l«»»l
the
trip»»«!,
Mr.
Harla
UcHihrr I7,:»nd luntintieH mini breadstuff? w1.1*1» it can pr»».lucv g»*m r
gun id.
Ch.i*. Watkins ami family have removed
abl»? to r«*sume hi* »iuti.-s.
xm T'WI it« lit doubt, be the ally «ietermines tiie «irgree of prosf entj t» - .Vi- -*» ow. l.laho.
October I
\ considerable quantity of choice grapd
Important Notice.
must elalMiia’e exhibition <jf the irH'inr- <>f any nation, ami one year with anoih-
i* being *hippe»l from th«» vineyards of ('«»I.
Th»* t< xv n b«>ar»l Ia.*t w • • k 4 u«
We
b
arn
that
Dr
Van
Dyk«*
s
Adrian
will
All km wing them*» Iv«»s in<lebt<*«l to the
Mill» r Raphael Murat and E. Barbe.
t«» T. M. Ho war«! I - ■ r»-t«» il Ii ; 1» -r* it«
cea of Oregon and the northwest tl.at er, through ail time to come,tins country m»t participate iu the fair rac«»s.
F. V.irn-tx *• r<- ar»’ hereby notiti»*«! that a
his petition containing mor.- uanc *
has ever bien seen. In a«lditi»»n tw the will dominate in the wo id's market ioi
J«»e Pierce has gone t»> th«» mountain* -n n»*w *■ -t f t« k* xv«-r»* »»p«*m*<l Aug. 1. 1H91,
1). Limlsey’s family, of Grant’s I’uss. are remonstran«»«» to the sane-.
agri«*ultirr;il, nt tniifac •(tiring ami other b.ea»i an I meat.
11nib. r-laml husiirrH«. His many friends, alci a *• ttl.-m.-ut <1 h IJ .«Id h < counts must I m »
puying r«’lativ«-.* in Klamath county a visit.
‘ »SO ma*lc xvithin th» io-xt 30 «lays.
exhibits, the !H*»*ial features t»f luilitc.
Harri* A Pur.Iin hav. bet.n . it. ri
th»* nial»’ aiui female, 1 <»pe that he will not I*
himself.
J.o-k*» hxill« Aug. H, 1*91.
In.»- *
pa: nt ¡ligi, electricity ,xs weil as nuiuriotis
Our baml has been awar«le»l th»» «-«»ntract xvants of th«» publi«* in the 1
to
make
this
th*-
I
fully
this
summer
that
an
1
plant
.it
thi*
for
furnishing
mtisi«,»
at
the
district
fair
f»«r
others, will cum trine
Th.- Telegram says a farewell party
BETTER MANAGEMENT MUST PRE­
Do ><»t Suffer Any Longer.
place is seriously talk»-»! • f.
$175.
u'ix. tt Misstira»«* Schwank at Albina, pre-
banner exposition oi the »oast. The
VAIL SOON.
■wing tluii a c«»i:irh can be checke«! in a
Right of the many varieties » i machinery
Th.’ Menar.’h sab-»n at M«-»l! rd u: I-r l-arat.-ry to her departure for Jacks- invilir
I. arg»* quantitiv* - f xvater-melons, vegeta-
and lln- first stag«** of consumption
f»>r a lengthy visit.
n in a w. < k. w. In t» Dy iruarant«*«* Dr
i- | •«
in motion alone is worth c»>mmg mifes
W»-s amt fruits ar-’ *ttll fe-ing *hippe«i from th«- uKluag'-ne nt -t H. H \\ !’« i
There i-» nothing in the fruit situation
- Enylisli «'••null R» nu*dy, and will r«--
U»g a popular r» * »rt. Th»*
. v»*ry
thi* county.
to see.
creek. Lake
o.
1».
L<»ftus,
of
Crook«*»!
1
In- m< •»!«•> to all who buv, take it as per
at pr» m nt to «ifei oiii age any eenftible
thing in tiiat line i* k» pt th«-i-
»•««unty, last week had th«» misfortune to I».»
i»>ns. ami »io not lind >ur statement
Win. Neuraih ami wif•• hav»» r- tu«»ve«i tn
man. It ih «ju te true that much hint
burn«*«! out of house ami Lome, th«* result of
V ekii . v the n>a< bine
Th«’ council last week »•r-l»-r«-«l
wi 1 l»e waste«! in ti.e valley this season, San Frau. i.*< », where th»»y expect to per­ «•ommitte«» to pr««cur<’ th«’ r'-qu;r«-l
tive flue.
tinnes to control the
• wii:g s«jiely to lhe fact that our hurticui- manently resi'fe.
-if l.«»l»l«-rs f«-r th" *u«*c»-**fiil figlitin
We challenge the reader to successfully controvert the assertion tha.
Kcpntihvan p;trty at’»i ii
kisie Turner arrive«! from Th«*
Miss Hattie Conklin. w«»ll known in Grant's within th»» city limits, a s» iisjb|t« i<|
tiufel!* neglvcteii tu take time by th»» fore
A fin- V ~ A S<ui * piano,almost n«*w ar
in
his week, in response t«» a
the
most
an acre of thrifty, well-cultivated, producing orchard trees in the val­
1 n k. a.*» we per*»Latently a»ivi«se«i them to Pa**, has left Ashland for h» r »»Id h-nn«* at
in
p«
’
ifect
..rder,
»
’
an
I
m
*
obtained
at
a
l»a
n-- **ag»* inform
of th«* s.-ri -u* illm-s*
gift
J. F. Ritter, wh»« pur» ha.*»’»l a p
the
gam. Cali • u or address
ley of Rogue River will yield a net yearly income of sliio. It will
• iu ia*t Hpring,i»y buihhng cunnenes and Hillsfe.r«., Illinois.
•i h- r i-r-’tliurat tnS place.
th«» La< y trad in tin* pr- m« » la*
now rum»
11 K. H anna Jacksonville.
»fry huiiM»!*, to ut 1 ze th»» en n moua sur­
J,
P.
Tuffs
ami
wife
utten«!«
I
the
pi»-n»*«»r
has r»»turu»’«l fr«»m Calif-*rnia an.l v
average 100 trees to the acre, and the estimate is based upon the <lem
the 1 »WA
Tin-
*•
rious
illness
of
Mrs.
Dr.
S»»ng«*r
<«f
plus that we ail rea iz-d wullili I m in­ r«’union at Ashland, as also dul some <»th»’r men«»«» improving hi* laiui ut ■:r-«-. tl- Will
onstrated fact that each fruit tree will produce »1 in value, net. of
A*hlaml was the «•»•easion for a baity visit
Prorlu' as
A < hll«l Killed.
evitable if »»nly the tre*h fruit maikrt resident* of this cuuuty.
plant it in fruit.
from her brother, Chas. Slade, the Sb’Tinan
Sluan Fass’-tt La-» i*rn rn
Another » liild killed by the us«- of opiate® marketable fruit each year.
was to b«» available. When one consid­
unty *tag<* manager, last week.
Mrs. G- • *. Walter, wife of th«' popular pro-
C. H I’fekeiis wa.* at Ja k*«-n\i
governor <»f New Y irk.
giv«-n in tin form »d S«»othing syrup. Why
er»» for a moment how va*t the worhi ib prietor >f th»* Rogu«» river br«»w«»ry, ma»I«.» • lay f--r th»* i-urp»*«o ■ f making
mother* urix 1 h«-ir <-tii!<ir»-n such <h-H«ily poison
chairman of the IL i»uh.i«-
Grain
is
duller
than
it
ha»
b»*en,
ami
ami Low limited is the area which Jackso.
mville <» visit uao Jay this w»»«*k.
HurpriMng xx lien th» _\ « an rrhev«* th«- child
fnents to pb»»’<* txvo ••( hi* «Ltiigli’-
committee, while the uthei
buy«*is are paying only sf’ rents n hundred is
<»f its pc«-niiar tioiibh-s by using Dr. Acker’s
pr«Mlu<*eH ihr* chuitie-t fruits, the conclu­
;t
-!lingsw<>rth of Wal»io pr»*» inct has Mary’s A»’U»i»»niy, a tn--*t » \ ■■
(’Las. n
_ ____
for barfey and a cent a pound f«»r oats. Wheat Babx Moot I m r. It contains no opium or mor­
tary of the same rone* rn,
: is stifi quoted at 6.5 cants a bushel.
sion is lun e»! tl at if aucti iruits as we fe-cn visiting r«*lativ»‘M ami ’ fri«-n*l*
*
at
a Ja«*k- ti'-u f--r females.
phine.
Mr. H.irnr un exclaim, “save in • from my
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_ fruit trees has a valuation 1 of
In other words
an acre of producing
produce here can be preserved in ruch ville ami M»-'lf-«r«l «luring the past w» reek.
Th.» suit of H. F. W.... 1 x •. tl« Il R. \ R
fneaiis.”
Th»’match ra- o at the fair grounds be-
It
is
better
than
any
bank
—
for
the bank is sometimes cariied
*ii H»e a* I«» be capable uf tiaribportatiun
$1000.
1
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‘
"
R.
<
’
•».
ha*
I
m
’
.-
u
•■■■mpronii*.
•!,
th«
i
.panx
doubtless Ijark
Th»- Grant's Pass boys will
i
txv»*«-n < . G. liipp»*y s Grey Cap and Jas.
to the world’s coiiMimvi*—not jur limi­
into Canada by the cashier, Dame nature a trust-worthy guardian -
. us h«» is fast and paying Mr. W. $150 f »r «lam.«g« * t - I
l’.iiik« y s Gn»y Easter, on Saturday afternoon,
Til» Crater b*k»» ml »»-iwrp»*!it has ted local coiibUiners of fruits in tbei» E. P. str»»ngly at th»» fair,
in go««d c«'n<iifion am! 'will trot t«> win this premis»«* chu *4»«1 by th" tra- k running ii« will m« »loubt attract a good crowd.
takes care of the principle, and the dividends never fail. Of course if
showvil up in all hi* pri-nnc glory tin* reason, but the great army of consumer.*
trout of hi* «j»><trw«iy.
time.
J«-bn Wakeman of Pleasant creek an-i
you plow your orchard once in twenty years, and rob the trees of their
sea*»>Ti, a«’«’« iiij .»ii«« «1 by bi« belter hull who are «•omi»elfe«l to content themseivrb
I.
Wo»»lf
ami
I
A.
W«
bb
r«
turi
I
from
s»»
numerous
as
Bfanjl - peculiar points make Ilood’s Sar
H»«p-pi» kers w« r«» never
Fi.-l.fen Ayers of Littl«* Butt«* precimt
an»l a H »«I ur litter of little sea --e« - with thu same fruit in itad-iedur canneii
nourishment by making a cornfield of the orchard ground, and invite
th«-ir
trip
to
t
’
r»-*-»
‘
lit
city
»luring
th--
.«•»
k.
application
for
all. -1 «luring th-* w«’»-k. Th»* latfer is manu­ kapari'.la sup»*rfer to all other medicines.
1«
. .»ti «1 which have been «hstiiiutly con»hti»>D, there can be no doubt blit it»* now, ami som«* who ma«l«»
the birds and orchard pests to make a restaurant of your orchard, you
w»«rk in th«» yar«fe c«uil»i n”t fe’ a<»«,oinm«»- xvh»T" tii«* f««rm»»r mark»*t. -1 a b u l «1 xx.it« r- facturing a superior artich* of s-«rghum
r« culi.ir in combination, proportion,
r -a in the mystical abyss of tiie moun­ prudu»*tion will always In* profitable in
m.
’
Ions
an«l
p.
’
a«
’
h«-s
fr--ni
this
valfe>
at
any
­
dale.l, although the «Top is Urge ami fin«».
•yrup.
must not complain that your horticultural methodshave precipitated a
and preparation of ingredients,
thing but remuueratix»• figur«
tin.••* l«.’iiig
tain lake by more than »«iuzen mor»* or • he « xtrvme, reganifebs ot thevield here
Th»* Wimer mines will now fe* *«'»l‘l umb r «lull then».
Th«-r«* will b»» a fipecial train betw«*en Ash­ Ilootl’s Sarsaparilla possesses
foreclosure of the mortgage on your orchard.
h*»»H discrimin-Hing obeerver«. Since or elsewhere, lhe iirie»l prim«*, which
th».-»b-ere«»
of
f'-r»*cl"sur»*
grant»*»l
by
.Imlg«*
land
and
th«'
fair
groumls
during
the
last
being last obarrveii the «»I ! male serpent will hear tiansp»jrtation to the utiroM
A petition wa* pres. nt. «t to th- *it\ «•■■un­ ("in »lav* ••( th«* Lur, and it will fe* run tlir»-»* th»' full curative value of the
W.-list» r Au or.ier prohibiting Wadi«-igh A
has spftjute»! a l.ami-«»me pair uf wings ( untines «d A* a ami Europe, if m»« <*Hsa« v <'«•. from »«¡-»-rating the mines further was ci! last w«*ek praying f«»r th»» enf--r<-« m« nt «.f turn * a* day. ThLs will prove quite a con- best known remedies
the vegetable
th»» regulation with h f- r«-i.-
t»- Snml.-ix veuielice.
ami his ey» lash» s have tak«*n a thought­ t»> find a market, or th«» income-arable also mmi»-.
Peculiar in
strength With half the care you give wheat-fields, and it will yield an income
closing. S«»mv < f th* l.’a.lnig
n* ap-
ful »Jro»>D that atl«!-* greatly t«> his aj- canned peachea amt Bartlett pea«s that
J-«sephim- --ounty will 1»»* b»*tt»*r repr«»s»’nt- pear»-<! b»»for«* th»* l>«uir»l ami «li u**»-«l th«*
Ashlan»! was very well r»*pr«'s«»nt»»d in and economy —
Hood’s Sar* on a valuation of $1000 an acre. There is not a wheat-field in this
pearanc»» when the air is thick with are aought alter in ever) land un«!er the
Jack*«-nvill«' last w«-«-k, most of th«* uas»*s saparilla is
»•»1 at th«* district fair than ever. Quit«* a
tho only roedl* county which yields such an income, ami EV ERY orchard does.
smoke. The fangs on the port si»le ol ins sun where Pacific coast fruits have been number »J articles of ,liff»-r«*nt kimls from matter.
b«-ing »-onsi<h*r<*<i In tile circuit court at that cine
which can truli
A. A. Davis has b«-en a’ Ohmpi.« Wa*h. time fe-ing from tie granite city.
upper jaw have grown appreciably also introduce«!, thtse are ceitainly nut sub­ thi* s»’.»ti»m will fe* j»la«’»’«i <»n «-xhibit!-»n am!
We propose to sell you an acre of fine alluvial soil, within cannon
"One Hundred Doses
be said.
the xv«»«*k looking aft»-r In* int.-r *t*
ject to the wh m »»I tiie local market-» or th«* ra<’«*s will fe* cont«.*st»*»l by s»*v«*ral of "Ur during
shot
of five growing towns, close to the steel rails of a trans-continental
in th«» milling lim* at that pla-«
H - ha*
persons who hav* pavilion exhibits should
Dollar.
”
Medicines
in
St s ti i; R \ i hv of Pi mllrton is favor­ th»* «»ontrol oi the local «leal r**. While fast«H nag*.
*hipp»»«l a larg«* amount <«f xvli.-ai tli -i l’r--m »•nter them not laVr than Mornlav, a.* it xviil
larger and smaller bottles railroad, in the most beautiful valley on the slope of the Pacific, with
it
is
to
he
regretted
that
so
much
fruit
fe*
imp«»bsible
for
tiio
clerks
to
make
all
th»»
this valley, for grimiing, ami will k-« p up
ably bpuk« n ul as a « andh!ate for c di­
require larger doses, and do not one hundred growing, thrifty producing fruit trees, to be selectei Iby
CENTRAL POINT POINTERS.
• •ntrn s fe*for«* m»oi on Tuesday, th«* limit of
th»* shipment* all s.«as--n.
gress on the I>< Hi HuaiH* ticket in the will go to was»® in oil favor« d va'ley thi>
produce as good results as Hood’s.
tim«-
allow»*»l
thertfor.
v»
ar,
yet
we
are
confitlvnt
that
the
evd
HHCuoti district at the election next .lune.
Owing t«> th«- fact that * • nyms
1 Hi- pu-
Peculiar in its medicinal merit»« you. Buy it for a home to shelter you if adversity or the winters of
Th»’ Enb rpri*»’ will I m - i*su»»«l «laily dur­
H im legislative training an 1 the attenti» n will suggest its own remedy for the 1 i-
■ the Medf<-r-1 publi»*
Hon. C. A. Cugsvell, who lately return« «1 Hood’*) Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures hitb
old age overtake you and find you penniless.
gag»*»! in th«; fruit <-r-’har«ls al • ut t--xvn an-l from San Francisco, Las rtvently taken p«.*- erto unknown, ami has won for itself
he paid to his constituency, to say ture, aini that ere another season r» ife ing th«* fair.
’
round
we
w
il
Is*
largely
t<piippe»i
w:ih
s«-**i«>Q
<»f
his
n«*Wofllce
in
Lakeview,
and
is
to
th«*
approaching
«listrfet
fair,
th»-
b
ar»l
of
I).
L.
N.
wton
ami
*«»n
ar«»
«l»»xvn
fr««in
upp«
r
nothing of the reputation he n.ade for
the title of "Th«* greatest blood
honesty and ♦ lfi» iencv while at Salem means for its preservation that will take Rogue riv«*r an»! will remain until aft«*r th»* dir»*et»»rs wisely «fetermine-1 t-- postp».n«- th« n»>w in as pleasant «piart«»rs as any attorney purifier ever discovered.”
beginning of .*» li--ol for th»- fall t«-t m umil in *<>uth« rn or southeastern Oregon.
We give away the land. Pay ua $10 a month, lO^pnts a tree, foi
»luring the last session, will make him away the element oi uncertain»j’ alten«!- fair.
P»»culiarin its " g«»od name
Our t»»wn is full of strang»*r*. am! will I m * th«- 2Hth inst.
(’harfes L. Thurnan of Hterlingvilfe pre- home,” —there Is now
m»»re than a strung « an«ii late. The dis­ mg the finding of a market fur tiie sur-
two
years, and we will present yon a warranty deed
the acre, and
f»»r th»» next fortnight. The «»«’ming fair
A larg»' amlfen«’« li*tcm -I t an in*tru-tiv.’ ciib-t die«! yestenay morning aft«»r a ling«-r- of Hood’s Sarsaparilla
trict is so hup« 1« Miiy R»»| utdiran, how­ p us ami render the ucciipati»»!! the m»»st
sold tn GUARANTEE it to have a thrifty, growing, producing .orchard.
«liscoiirs«» from l’r--f. M V. l;--rk at th»- ing illm-ss. He vas a go«»«l citizen, hom»-
ever, an»l so thoroughly dominai** I by certain <>( any in the state. The»e wih is a great attraction.
it is made,
o|H*ra-h<»us«» on«* «.*v«’iiing last xv.-.-k, *«-ttiug rabl«’ ami just, aid is m<»urn«»dby a wife ami Lowell, where
Despite these facts the farmers of the country continue to value
Portland
• ui.«piehti<)iia.»ly Be a t»»uii o-an a< Ivane»*
Miss Margaret Clinvm-r "f Gohl Hill, an I
Portland jobbery
jobbery an«l
ami inffiiencra,
influrncrs, that
I*
than of
»ither blood
there is Miuall pru*pe» t uf an inmost l *•* *,,e pn»’«’S • t grain lands hi tie ie valley AX»'»’il»*nt musfeinn, has »»rganiz»*«! a mu*ie forth th«» objects of th«» »-ig.iiiization whi»-h *»-v«*ral children, a* well as numerous friends. pur i fie r s.
Peculiar in its their land high, and rob its soil by sowing it with wln«at aud compet­
has l»«-com«’ so w»*ll known as th-- farim-rs' H<* was about 56 jeurs of age.
th«» Mb’cess <f tiie class nt (.'»»ntral Point.
man getting into congress from that ! * (!»•••* )ear, owing
... ....... to
...........
allinnct*. A l»««’al alliam-»- will pr»-b,-tl>|y I»«-
phenotne-
nal record of sales ing in the markets of the world with the serfs of Russia and tin« slaves
John Attofe'rry >f Forest creek profeibly
| grain-raisers in supplementing a heavy
quarter.
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Thomas ami J- hn Ross att»*nd»*«l th«- larg»* c»rgaiiiz»»«l within a short time.
abroad,
other preparation of India. "Export the wheat of a country and you ship away the vital
-
-\x
iis
th«
’
largest
young
horse
in
south.-rn
i crop w ith g»>o«i prices, but our fruit-rafe- shipment
cattfe fr»»m this pla«»e last week
ever attained such popu­ ity of its soil,” says a great economic writer. The people of Jackson
I.. . ■, I I I not . > abandon
I.. ■ ■ i . I. . « . tl...
. .. G k
H. H. W«»lfers, the mix-’l»-gi.*i. Im* r»-- Oregon. He is bit three years ohi ami in
W hile certain ultra Re|>ubli< an eliee'n . ' .. . > fi . leri.lx elioni
the v. wo>
t»» Portland. Th«» former went to Scuttle, inove«| his saloon t«» th»* buil.ling m-xt «lo»>r ■mly fair order, but he nev«»rth«*less weighs
larity in so short a time,
in the tar weal are so earneHtly Hconng which they have so we 1 begun, merely his former home.
to C. W. Palm's l»arl-- r*h»-p. <-n I i nt *ti<-. i. 1370 ¡«oiiml*. Thlb colt was sired by Win.
and retained its popularity county should learn this as an axiom.
Senator Sherman for I hh anti Milver because asingh season has proven iniiii-
Th. serious illness of Mr*. I. C. Canon H«» has supplied th«» bar xvith th«’ tlm-*t Ray * percherou stallion Easter.
Every bread-winner at the forgo or near the cutting saws, or in
^rand confidence among all classes
speech of recent date, the same oig.ins irieious for them, when the »ruut-le ar«-es last week was th«» oeeasi«»n <»f a hasty sum­ win»*s. liquors ami cigars, ami a lim» billiar«!
sound
of the hum of the shuttles, or the thunder of the factories, or
«
’
f
people
so
steadfastly.
W.
A
Munley,
th)
able
an»l
clever
private
ate Limin g high tai ill to (be skies, largely from their own neglect tn taking moning "t h«*r brother, W. E. T«*mp!«». from tab!«* «»an also I m » fouml th«-r< . <«ix- him a s«»<T«*tary to Qov. pennoyer, was r«*eently
Do not b«* induced to buy other preparations toiling late over desk and counter, should study our plan well.
I( means
*
which but •l«-iiT«»U(*tr»lei the la« t thut I h»-» pr cautions to make theni>elv<*d ltide- R- k I dnt touttend at her b« dsi«l« . Sh«’ is call, for ho will truat. you w«-ll.
marri. - I to an «»stiibablo young ludy of p.»rt-
Vit be sure to get tho Peculiar Medicine
g. o. p. la on ti*e verge of «iissolution, lor iM'iideiit of Mich a situation as prevails tu
a
home
for
a
life-timeout
of
the
meagre
savings
of
2
years
’
work.
A
The scb»x>l-houso bull'llng 1- rapKllv ap- lalid. Both Jftvffa host <*>f fnetads, who wish
_ I
«-.i»iy for th"in unlxmffilod prosperity and happiuess,
th© monopolist* «iesne a monometallic th* fruit n arkdsea-t ami w»»st the ¡-ret 1 Th»* Foster
rai*»»*»l by F. T. I)»»wn- proaching »»««mpletion, ami will
more beautiful and a larger home than ninety per cent, of the popula­
_______________
occupancy
in
a
short
tim»*
n»»xv.
Tim
l»oar«l
ni
win»
h
the
Tunis
heartily
joins.
©tandard as much as they «lesire a i r«»- etit y» ar.
ing »luring th»* present m » u *<» ii hav»* dem­
ftold by all druggist«, fl; «lx for £3. Prepared only
tion of the civilized earth can claim to own.
hibitive tariff, an«! if the party brcoines
onstrated that variety to Is» on«* of th»* l«est of dir«!Ct«-rs el«)S«»d a contra«’! with a *»’h.--l
by <’. I. IIOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
Mrs. Timothy Dagan. who die«! last wc«-k
Write to us, and we will semi you our illustrated book of this great
for shipping purposes 8»>me of his three- furniture company of 1’ortlaml for th- 1» *t at an advanced ag®, was one of the most
Persun, Worth Knowing About
Mern.msly divide«! on either «¡m st on it
styl«'
of
desks
ami
*«*ats
thr«-ugh«-ut
Un
­
IOO Doses Ono Dollar
year-»»hi tr«*«ss fe«re as much as 700 pounds
must fail, i he money ot the uionopo-
highly esteemed »t the pionoer womeu of
valley and our Orchard Home.
building, at a n>O9t H-ivantag«- m figU
of
luscious
fruit.
liHt will not be |»onre« 1 uut freely to con­
Seh'ml Sup*»rint«’ii«lent Bn»’»- huving • :..»■•!• -I
Dr. Darrin’s F.h»«*tri»*al skill has feen
W»* barn with pleasure that Magruder them to procur-’ th»- furniture at wh--b *.»l< •I-i K*•-iivilie, and her death, after months I
tribute to the Simeus oi hallway mras
•flb»a«»i»«us in th»- following cases:
•fsuff. ring, recuiled many acts of kindness
uirH, fur lie i** a typical h«»g and tie- j •lu-lgi- Strahan, associate justie«» «»f the Bros, of Central Point will resutn»* business prfevs. xvith all «liH«-»»unt* --IT.
• xteibfe«! to thus«- with whom she bad fe*«*n
mands th«* most unswerving support , ‘Uprume e«»urt of <>reg»'»n, r.'shlcm»«» Alfemy, in u wry short time, the matter of their as­
a- .pi.unt« «1 during her long lifetime of us«»-
signment having tn*» n adjusted satisfactorily
from ins atiberriits.
i or • an fe- r.-f.-rre'i to as one »-f Dr. Durriu s I to all parties rou»*ern»‘d. Th»*re are no mor»*
fulms*.
Adulterations in Food.
I i’“.' it tents wh«» has fe*«-n su«*c«»ssfully treate»!. r» liab!»* or a- < -»mmodating bu>in» **s m»*n in
1 -bnnfe Reuter left home lately to attend
Manx stat»*s hav.* *tring»-i.’ > ’ - « nn -T
w Bays $14 Fifth street. Bast Fortland, th»* entire valley than these l»*a»l«-rs of the
th»•< liristian brothers* colleg«' at Oakland, i
;<»» h | adult«*ration, but th»*i tail t- -■<'• * ’
Tut «••llu«o»i brand.s lt-)»-l»*pt *'.Maj »r’’ Or.,inflammation of n«*ck of bla«l»l«-r ami s«*ia- pi«uierr «*po»‘h in Central Point.
« vil. It is on th»* in«*r»-as«>. Th-- l;.*t r-| jw«rt < «»I., but was unable to remain there, as be
H«-n»iershott, wiiu basal on«» tmie
!..... and
...... I,h’ rheumatism; «»am«* on crutches to th«*
• •f th»’ Dairy (‘«unmissi»m«-r ■ f N»-w J. r*. v wii* almost suffecated with asthma soon
‘250,000 feet of Lninlx r eoiu-tantlv on hand.
another fe* »n of sdcli material a~Mist- t D"«-t.>r uur«-«l ami left erufehes at Doctor's
sh»»w* that 43.'.•♦> ¡*-r «•«•ni.. - r n< arlx half. »>( after his arrival, ami he is now stopping
on -.
MINING
NEWS.
nace to the 1» « »I R.»publi« aim in Hein­
all th»- (•><»«! preparation* *ul-mitt» <1 to him with hi* hither at Smith’s springs, in th»-
Mi** Huphie Lunde, 11« S» nth Wat«*r*tre»-t,
“ I inherit some tendency to Dys­
ing t«jwbo«?p things up for the g. o. p., Portland: numbness in
f»»r «‘xamination w«-r»' adult» rah d. S»un«»- si*ki\ «us. Eddie Nunan remains at school
and limbs,
Noti -.-s f«»r th«* l»»<*ati»»n of pla»»er and tirm* th»* adulterations xv»*r«- harml.-s- > and in ¡it < ».ikliiml, however.
pepsia from my mother. I suffered
in tins slate. a»i<l who has bilke»i others i severe pain in th«* h«-a«l ami bleeding of th»*
»piartz inim-s, etc., f»»r sal»* at tin* T imes of- th»*s«* «-as»-s th«’ purchaser \\oiil»l I»»* only
so persistently that he *eerna finally to ■ m-se, r»-*t«»rv«L
A *p»-- iai train of seven ears ¡>a.*s«*»l down two years in this way ; consulted a
swindl' d, but in many instam <*s rank p»»is<»ns
D. J. Graham's child, Springfield. Or,, llce.
have d* hand«*«! himself, »feservt .s ladter
They did me
w«*r«» foun»l in articles of »v»-ry-day con- th»- i".i»l y«*ster«lay, boumi for Portlaml. number of doctors.
treatment than to Lav»» i««s shortcomings ■ painfully affiicted xvith granulated «-y<*li«is,
G. K. Hammorsly ami son hav»» I n »«» h sumpti»»!!. A larg«- per» •ntag»- of »*anm*d sarah B»»rnhardt, th«» rem»wm*«i actress, ami
no good. I then used
her
<-<>mpany
were
aboard.
She
will
play
to
para«1»-«! through Lhe R»*publi»*an prv>N ' compli'-at«»«! with ulcer* "f th«* ♦•y»-feills f-r t.»kiug <»ut »»«»Hkhlvrabl«» «lust at their wing­ v«»g«-tables, **u» h as peas
p»-ai ami string b»-.»ns.
Relieved in your August Flower
dam als’v»- th»* town of Gobi Hill.
in the manner ihev have teen during i ion» months; cured.
were fouml to contain copperas,
«»opperas. us. d t»» • •i-.wah-d houses at the metropolis, as all th«-
Dr. Darrin still eoutmu«** free tr«»atiu«»nt
and it was just two
the pas-t fi-w weeks, AH who rt*«*«jgiHz *
ami
a niimls-r »»f biiking s--ats hav,-fe»«n sold at high prices, to say
giv«»
a
greeu
«-«•lor.
Th«' American Mining Code, stamlar»! au­
m-tbing
of
th»-
several
thousanil
dollar*
in
to
all
fr.»m
10
t»-
11
a . M. «I.nly,ami tho.*»* will­
a bhk c-n general prim ip es L ng ng.j ing to I'uy at half pri«-»*. |o a . m . to s r. M. thority on all sul«j«*cts p«*rtaining to min­ ¡«owder* ha«I l»«*«*n ••«h»»*t»»r»'«i xvith amm ni«i pr- iniuni* they brought.
days when I felt great relief. I soon
realized that the Major was merely a p»>- ' Sundays, iotu IX C< nli-l- ntial <- r-*'iltaH--n ing. wat«-r-rights, etc., is k«-pt for sub* at the to give an artiflcal l»-av»-ning str»-ngth ami t<-
got so that I could sleep and eat, and
p«»rmit of th»*ir carrying in»»r«- w;«*i»- matt»-i.
It i* s;ud that John Walt«»rs <»f Ashland
hti» ». mountebank, wl«» sought to prey by fetter or at the »-ffl«’»* fr»-»*. Ofll«-e, 70), T imes dli»«*.
That was
In tip's»* <*as.-s th«-r»- is not «mly framl Imt who was indicted for attempting to black­ I felt that I was well.
off the feeling »»I veneration prevailing Wa*hingt»»n street, 1’ortlaml.
Th»» dis»-»«v.-ry of a v»*in of galena by «lang.-r to th»* | ablfe h»-alth.
V \ mail H. Gee by threatening to publicly three years ago, and I am still first-
fur any ore and anythfhg a ho i>a«l aught
Question blanks ami circular s«uit free. M«**srs. Davids«ui and Bailey last week, Tribum*.
- barm* bun with all unnatural crim»» unl.-s*
Have established h Lumber Tant at Mulford and will k» • p on hand a larg«
class. I am never
to «Io in Mipprvssitig the rebellion, I Dr. Darrin tr«»ats all curabfe private, uhronio in Jo.*ei'hine county, mark* a new era in
h«- |-ai»l hi in a certain sum of money, has
assortment of
without a bottle, and
Ho! for /luftr
ami his highly Havore«! yarn al»oiit hie ! ami nervous «lis«*a*» s, *eniinal weakness, s»»- th»- mining history of the vall»*y. Th»» ore is
¡••'anted. His brother, W. W. Walters, ami Two Days.
• cr«-t bloc«! and skin »iis«»as«-s, nervous debil-
being the renowned “drummer buy ul i ity. im|s«t«*ncv and other w«-akn»'sses of nian- -«ai«l t«» a**ay «»v.*r $70 j » t t<»u in silver an«l
D.
II.
Wh»»tstone
furnish»'«!
$250
«-ash
bail,
if
I
feel
constipated
The undersigned will eav C«*
IP nt
• ami,a* th»* proK|w*«*t
; ts ar«» fair f«~»r a largo
i l»*a«l.
the Rappahannock ’ wjw always taken I*»’« *»i, tumors ami irregularities Iu wonu'n, body
I..-..«,- «»f
. .t it
ill ‘ r»r«il
the least particle a dose or two of
it, it will
protsibly prove a n-»h fur E «gle Point, Bruwn«b«»ro. l. i«» »i « k win- L will now be forfeited.
«/
hy sensible men, while ferr lafe weaknesses, etc.
and
Big
Butte
every
da.\
in
the
we.
a « x
Wm. Vlricb. who has so long an-1 Well August Flower does the work. The
strike.
________________
ceptitig Sunday, returning th»» seme da', 1» if. in;«-d the duties of district agent f--i th<*
those who hear»I ol his mythical peach
a
and • nrrviuf the n?a:L
i
rs ami Mer’hAnts’ Insuramo (
■•( beauty < f the medicine is, that you
or» har»l in f,< uthern <>reg"n in his perr-
Happv Hooaiprs.
ami * x re* •» mat’» i
f *.\
M' .mx i - *’i|| in the ffeld. all report* t»» th»» can st, ,p the u^e of it without any bad i
gr’ii.i* • b thpjugb the east mutely « » -
Timmons. l’-?stma»t»-i • f liaxilfe. I ti«»n xx lr n t !*♦» r • i * • «■ b \\ • '
i i -r\ notwithstanding. Suno int<-r»*st«*.l
I !• M
L- 1 li 1U <1
effects on the system.
la i « »1 at».-!».i oi tl. m.«¿ii j« »»nt j « osm I h '-
1 L .
l.l«-»*tric Bitters has «l-'in- are r» ason»*bl
. u- of his success, have 1 ii ju -i
•inpl t»* ami In»!., write*:
1 ties of
«-uj lox cl cl.ma’e ir» in th.» trip t> San
mor»-for hi »« than all other medicines com-
this matt»*r, ami ; Constipation While I was sick I
1 i I - i I ‘ r«*p»«rts
T. £■• »» io concerning
v --- r,--
this
mark»
t
first-class
s
harmless I «».••‘ e told. N. jw that the G.
fe 11 everything it
in ..............
this connection
-nncction we
we «’ « all
’ail attention
attenti«»n to
t«> th«.*
th«.*
nj>>«-d tho bin«*»!, f«»r that l»u»l feeling arising fr»uu
our Very Best Pt-i-pi»*
while th«*rc
,
A. K. has exp ,*e«l hi* !» luil.ifent preten­ r»»pufati->u -«f k»*»-ping u»»u»> but th«* best ar- Kidney and Liver trouble." John Leslie,
«l i t J. o. WritBluau, published ds-ewbci««. | seemed to me a man could feel.
I
Contlrm
our
stat»
m«*nt
w-h»
-n
w
•
.
tion* to i.t leg the
th uinti.ur l.»«v. tb*l» * in his lim». ami h»» »I »••-» m»t mt.-ml to f.«rnu»r aini stork man. of earn«* place, say*: Aek«*r’s English Ihm- l> :< in
Hi- -.K-i.-tj- which was orgauiwdIasi v ar. was«/all men most miserable. lean
and hi* mu! is t»uwed in grief, it «lue- d«-vu»t»- from that rufe. Mr. Milfer has inad«» ••Fim! Eb’Ctri»» Bitt»»rs to b«» the Iwst Kidney superior to any and all • »I i- i r»-i
h <
1" !" known 'as th«- Xativ» Sons and Dau^li- say in conclusion, that I believe
i
seem tv»» bad that tl. very pip r* who h a g.-m-ral r«*4u«*ti»»n in his pri»*»*s and will not ami Liver m«»«licine; mini«» me f»»«»l lik»* a th»-Throat nn l Lungs. |n \\
n«*w man.” J. W. Gardner, hardwar«» nn»r-
t. r- . f Or-'gon, held a meeting at Ashland August Flower will cure anyone of
’roup it is magic and r. h .
sang his piai es the loudest hi lhe rutir*v !••• uml»-r*»»l«l by any tfeafer in har«lwarv, <-hant, *ani<* town, says . El»*ctil'- Bitt»-rs is andt
■ ct M.-.-k at thé «-oni-lusiun of th«-«-X'-r- 'S'-s
We offer y»>u a sample h-»tt. In
ul n u» nt u.imi aign* idiu.ihi se • »it to her- Hr- .»rms. eutfery, ammunition, «»b», (¡ivc j just tin* thing fur a man that is ail run down her. this ll«-rn»dy ¡-» s« -d on i p -,t¡
indigestion, if taken
t »lb Pioneer Society, Ilofe’rt A. M i II»- j
al«t liie fai t that t.’.u I armhss peach- him a cull an l ju«lg»* for yourself.
: ami don’t «’tir«» wh»-th«»r he liv«»s or dies ; in- inter.
w S , l.-.-t.-d president, G.W. Dunn s. eretary Life of Misery with judgment.
A.
«Wchard fib is ui u p;.»-.» w ¡th the »iruri.-
i fuuml n«»w Htr«*ngth, good upi»etit«‘ und f«*lt
I Mi" W. H. L«-eds treasun-i. Th--y w r--
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i Children Crv fbr Pittlicr’s Castori».
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MISCELLANEOUS.
Catalogue No. 34 is our new
FALL AND ¿INTER BOOK
Which we mail
THE GREAT
PORTLAND
ON APPLICATION
This Work Illustrates and J ascribes
C. H. GILMAN.
RED HOUSE TRADE UNION
714 and 716 J St. and 713 and 715 Oak Ave
SACRAMENTO, CAL.
itSTABTEB^rb:
I DR. ACKER’S ENCLSSH REMEDY:
I
I
Opens Sept. 17,1891,
Closes Oct. 17,1891.
MIIQtO *•) th» gnat Zapador« «■ Band. dirti -t
IVlUdlu
from <he City of Mexico.
Art from th«’ great masters uf Europe and
America, valuul at a »quarter million uollara.
Wonderful Ehvtrieal Adaptations in full
operation.
A SPLENDI D SERIES OF M INER A L
EXHIBITS.
Ev« rv dcpartm«*nf filfed with th«* N«»v«»l and
Interesting tn Art, b<-ttnceend industry.
A greater iiiiiu I mt of Exhibits than ev»-r
b<-f<«rv pii’M'nted upon th»* coast
-------- o— .
I The Stock Department made a
prominent feature.
85.000 IN PREMIUMS
The l,Hrg«-st Display of Fruit and the Finest
Exhibit »»1 Agriculture ever mad»* in
th«* Pacific Northwest.
All manufactories in full motion. Every­
thing N.-w. No Dead Exhibits. Th»»
Exposition of Kxp»jritiona.
A<Imissi< n as iiMual. Greatly R«*duc«-d Rates
for r«>und trip on ail pass« nger iln«s.
Ew*r since the establishment of the first paper uh
the bay of San I ranci*cu, which we ¡»cbex-e was
the •‘Alla,” removed iron* Monterey in 1M9; the
inhabitant« of the Coad generally hax-c been inter­
ested in the news from San Francisco. The “Alta,”
like many other pioneers of ’4.’, has succumbed to
the inevitable and gone over to the great majority,
and, like other pioneers, has Inrrn succeeded by
younger generation«. The “ Examiner ' ha*
taken perhaps the most prominent place in the
newspaper field oi late years, and it* Week/
edition i* very generally taken by those who
want an interesting and reliable paper published
at “The Bay ’ ]’.x*cryone is familiar with
the Premium Offer» n; >3c by Mr. Hearst, the
“Examiner s” enterprising publisher, and it is
only necessary to say that this year the aggregate
value of the premiums—of which there are .'«.(MO—
is f
000, will h are distributed among all the
subscribers to the paper. In addition to these pre­
miums, which range in value from «»0 cents to
$7.'»00, every subscriber receives one of the four
great premium pictures, which will be mailed to
linn in a tube direct from the “ Examiner" office
as soon as lhe subscription is received:
“ Ths Betreat from Moscow,'' ty Meissoiicr.
'• TH Rom! Chariot Rre," t-7 A. Waner.
Lach of these pictures is 'J’x.’i inches, and they
are elegantly reproduced in fac simile, shcwrig
< very tint and «
red the great originals, ri, her
one of which < ould not be purchased fur < 100,000.
'Women zzi Ciliaren First." Sy C. Napier Hecy
’’Christ Leariaiîhe Pretorlnm/'ty Gustave Doré
Each of their pictur-s in reproduced i:i photo
gravure, size L’lxJ', a id eminently fated for f«-am-
ing.and will adorn the wall« of the moot refined
home.
The subscription price of the *’ Weekly Exami­
ner is fl C'.HD'I sc!‘scri|4i<>ns may be sent either
dirt ct t > W- R. H« aTst. l’ub i>hei, S.-xn Franci«»co,
through the L<xal AgexU « f the *’l .xaiuuicr " or
the H *tmaster.
YOU NEED BUT ASK
ABSOLUTELY CTfcE
Peculiar
CULTIVATE YOUR ORCHARD
I’X"
1«
WOKHPIi
si.ooo.
Hood’s Sarsaparilla
“August
Flower”
THE ORCHARD HOME ASSOCIATION
MeiJcrd Cicgm
LUMBER YARD AT MEDFORD.
ROGUE RIVER LUMBER CO.,
Lumber, Latlu Pickets
Flooring, Rustic and Ceiling
THE POSITIVE CL’ '
Have You Tried The S. B.
Headache Cure?
If you have not. you would b<* *urprn»««d to
b« e h«»w much better it is than pills for the
Blood, Kidneys and Constipation.
As a rt-gulator if b«-ats Sarsaparilla. tak«*n in
t« asp»M»ntul duK»*H,
ASK YOUR DRUCCIST FOR IT.
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OPENS SEPTEMBER 18, 1891
Course of study arrang<ii expressly to mM
tli«* needs of the tanning ami m«i hani« ai in-
t«-r«*sts of th«’ State.
Larg« .c(»n>iiM»dn>uttand w«*IJ.vcntilat«<l butld-
mgs. I he »’oiieg«» in l<N*at«i| ir« a cultivated
and » hrmttan community, and «»nr uf th«*
h«’althiebt in the State,
MILITARY TRAINING,
» II rnws need not eirerd f 150. for the Entire
Session.
Two or mor«- t-r<-c Seh<«larsh.ps trom ev« rv
County. Writ«- for Catalogue to
IL L. ARNOLD. Pr,’«.. Corvallis. Or
A
CARRICK,
r|-nilor
Xi
And Importer of
Foreign ana Domestic Woolens, Etc,
ASHLAND. OREGON.
A KC 1.1. LINE OF THE JIEST AND MOST
-A fashionable cloths, flniahines, h <-. o-n-
k- pt on hand, and nothing but* first-
class work turn«*d «mt.
M<<H..nl M h
13. I sm .
A.OAHKICK
IE YOU HAVE
BARTLETT PEARS,
SILVER. PETITE PRUNES
or PEACHES FOR SALE
« all or e<>rret»|M>n<i with
GOLDSMITH,
THE GROCER,
MEDFORD,
-
- .
OREGON
Lands and Mines for Sale
AWIN<; TO lt.UHF.ALTH THE « XI>EH-
U .ifii.-d ..fT. i, i.,r kh I. mi *, r<> <.f a«^«l »art-
' ii I ouh I Hiul im.turr lari«». m<.M <>f wnich la
t. n. ixl and .«i acri« in < nltivalion, (.«. ihir
wiin alanit I.V tona <it cimici' wh.-at and ai tal In
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