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JACKSONVILLE, OIiEG()N¿FKll>AY. NOVEMBER 13, 1891
LUMBER YARD AT MEDFORD.
STATE OF (»KEGON.
U.S S«*imt«>rs, J. Il Mitrtmll. J. N Dolph;
‘250,<i00 feet of Ltnnlxr coin-tantly on luiml.
O>iigr«*saiauu. H. Hermann; li -v«-riior, S. Feu-
m»yrr, Secretary ot Mat,-, Ge«»rg«- W. Me-
Bruh';’ State TrviMurcr, Full Mt ■num Stati
Frinicr.F. C. Ilak -r; Supt. I*ub! • lustru.-ti«»n.
K. B. M« Eir«»y; »upretm-Jmlg.’s, H. S. btrabau.
Chief Jm*tice;W. F. Lord. K. S. 11« an.
riita-r . ivihcial insTiii« r.
(/«»inprlsiug Jaekaoii, Joarphim , Lake and
Klamath oountma: Circuii Judge. L. it. Wcb-
•i«-r. District Attorney. U. M. « oivig.
J l< k*«».s COI'NTY
Sen.it »r, Tlieo. «'am-roil; K«-pr« >« illative*,
S. Furry. J »V. Merritt, ,». M. M» i an; C»»unt>
Judge. J. it. Neil; <'• »uimis-.mii« i s. « . IV. tax
or. Ben. ilaymund;Clerk. M. Muih-r;siicriff. J.
U. Hir«i*e> . 'Kce«»r 1« r, W. M. H.liii» *. !T« a.*-
uri-r, (i. È- li»«*'iii«-r- A*.-••* «r, I- L. II.«milt »u.
Seh ml Sup« rinl.-n«lent. ('• >. i’ric . Surv y«»r.
P. Apphgatc; Coroner. J. S. l’ar.-uu; Stock
inspector. W. F. S.»ugcr.
I si.iblisiii',1 a LmnlH-r Yard at Medford and will keep on hand a lawf
J >mt Senator, w si. « lair; Kepresviiiativc,
H. IL Miller; County Judg« . V. « olvitf; < »m-
miasmncrs, C. « >. Iligrloa, P. Hansen.( i«-rk. <
K Chausl»»r; NUeritf, Jam«-* C. M»»*s. tt « a*ur-
er. J. W. »m-r.-r. A*- --»r, E. ’ . Il.irm-n;
School Superintend«»!’ , W. \. M.«*-;<-. Nurvcj-
wr, C. W. Havens, <’.»r«m«-r. Di »Vallaci-.
ki . a a x th < « >i n « »
Joint Senator. «' A. < »g*w«-il «d laik. ib-p-
reacntatiw. A. Snid« r ut Lak»-. ‘
J. S. Orr; C<»iu.iii-‘.sb»iirr*, II. li. ' >mps.»n,
C. SÌ Silvers; Clerk, A. L. L'-axiti. sheriff, h.
W. Qowan; treasunr. Wm. L Ila-. A*.*« -
•or. J.»bn MR i L >'»' •' Supx nniemi« nt. I . L.
F.*UHtHiii.i»urvr^ur. taa LuaMrarJ; « •»r-«ucr,J.
Joint Senator. C A. < "X*w, u uf Lake; K» P-
r«*»*«Tltat’vv, A. Siml«-r. ’ <»uu(^ Ju ta«-. »» A.
Wilshire; (\»m'iiissi«»n« is. A. » . L ui . G.••«. 'I.
J.Mics Cu-rk, W. N. sulti.n. Sii i -.ff.W P.H- t)-
f.»r»l rreaaurt r. A
• ii.«-n. >»■« »■• sup. i in
tvnden . A. H t ism r; k*-» **-»r. J. h.
Duiiough; St's k Inspect »r. l>. it. Jones.
MKKTI »<i «»*’ « «U hl*, vr« .
The supreme court uf Oregon in,-et
Short Line to Cnliloriua
Baleni, regular icrma comm«-m .ng on the tii -t
M«»ndaysin March and (>ct«»bei; a.-» ai l,«-n-
(tlvloii. orniti« nciug on Hist M »ml.ix .u .Max.
The circuit ourl t«»r th«- iir*t jmlieim«li*triet
•its tn Jax’ksoii county on tir*t Mon«lays in
April. September ami l»»-c.-mb« i In K amath
county on second Monda) in June ami tirsi
STEAMER SAILING II «TES.
Monday in November. In Lak» c«»uiity »»lithe
► HOM SAN FltAN« IS« «>:
*uird Munday in M iy ami tl c ->•«« ml M mt da)
In October, in J«-« pttun conni) on tn*t
\\ •' .un» ti. \ a i \ . I i'' - I «\ . N VI lUtN i J
VViitain« it. \ all. x . *iim!ax . N«»v« mber
Moudays in March an I August.
Willatm it- V e '• x. We.tiu’Sd;») , N««v
Fur Jackson count) tue conni) . probat. an i
Wnlaim-lt«- V.tdi ). Sunday. Dee« mb. r.. . li
c«miuisai«»ners’ emirts im«-t • v«i) month,
uuiumenclng with th«-first )Lm«la);tor J«»*< -
Th«» company i «s»rv«_•.•« th«- right io change sal'ing «iat«*s without notk-r.
phliu- county, th.- ttr*t Mmi.lay in Jatmarx.
April. July amt St i»(viubci; tor l.ak» ««»uiitx,
Train*eonn*rt with tin-<». >« »'• K. R.»ml River l»"iiu nt c<»rv»rllt* »ml Albany.
every alternate mmith coniim m-mg tm ii’*t
.Momiay in January. i«»r Kinmath cmtii) tm (’«»rv.L'i-*. <»r.tf«-ii. i >« tol»« r 31, taOl.
\ LI. < ' »\< I «IN I-I*
A * trams No*. 1 and 2 w i II be di-cont in m »1 « :ist < »1 II t. -1« a« I att« r
Or*t Wedm-sday m March. June. s«pl«-»»bvr N«»v« ml»«
r 7th. xx' will m»t r«i-eivv freight ’or. ti»»r ticket pmist ngci* to p«»int* « a*t ot tln r«
after th.it dat, until further notice.
I’r im N » ¡anil run I’m •* lax *. Thursdax •« an«! >atnr-lay*. an»l on mi« rim-duu • «lays when
Ii un \ • l will run M »ndayH. lV«*dnesda)a ami Friday h , and <»n i nt.-rtm-diat«-«lays
PROFESSIONAL « ARI'S. m-c
Danger To The Orchards.
In suite <«f th«« warnings that have been
given it is reported that one nurseryman has
p'acvd an ord«*r in the «*ast for 2«M),000 ¡»each
trees and that more are to follow*. If this
proves trip* It is a matter to call for th.) at
tention of the State of Horticulture and th«*
remonstran«-es of the or«?hardists of the
state. Th«- prevalence of the deadly “yel
lows” in the «-astern orchards makes the
use «»f eastern peach stocks a piece «>f crimi
nal folly tluit should not b<* allow«-«l. T«> fm-
p.rt 2U0.000 tre«-s 1st«» run 200,000 chaue«*«
of introdue’ng the dviully disease into the
('allfornia orchards. The ‘‘y.-llows-’ sprea«ls
by lnfe«*tion. The state is free from the
disease un«l can l»e kept so by excluding dis
eased Hto.-ks, There is n«» method (A disln-
f«-«'tion that can I h * iu)plie«i to make impor
tations safe, short 01 th«- ut»»-r <l«-stru«*tion
«•f th<* afTecuui tr«*«-s. It is to be
n«» nurseryman or orchard planter will !»••
re«»k|<*sH eu«»ugli to run the risk of dostr<»v-
<»rchanis of th« «tute. if.1»' 1.
“ ■ the
ar«* any r«*udy to tak«* th<- «ihauee of ruining
<»ur or«*har<!s for th«- sjik of a f«-w dollars
w<- trust that th«* present laws ar«* strong
«•n««ugh to prevent the outrag«* am! that they
will b«« applied In all stri<-tm*ss. Thu n«-xt
b-gislat ur«- w ill certainly remove all doubts
«•n tim subj«-«'i by torbidding th«- importation
of Rtocka from intecte*! dtetrietH, but-Gj«v
court* will probably suatain the hurUculturul
authorities in guarding the poraerK againat
• iang«-r<»us irrqmrfatioiis until th«- new laws
»•an be passed. • Still Francis«;«) Examiner.
HONORING HENRY W. GRADY.
In the Ja*t numtier of tlie Rrrrder ami
A New York dispatch published yes
The monument of the late Henry
Sportsman the leading article in entitled terday chronicles the death of l»r. F. C.
Grady was unveiled at Atlanta, Ga., Oc
'‘Iiom Obscurity’s l»(q>tlis,” winch, in I'ownes, once a prominent physician,
to tier 21st in the presence of a vast as
the main, is a specially able article, most horn indulgence in the practice of drink
semblage. The day »an generally ob
oi it being particularly interesting and ing strong c< (Tee in inordinate quantities.
served as a holiday, business bein
instructive, bill tlie account of »¡'»Idstrnlli Twenty ?eats ago, it is said, Dr. Fownes
practically suspended from 10 a. m . uni
Maid op-ns wim ii statement which is became much addicted to coffee drinking,
2 f M.
farther from the actual fact than auy we and the ap|ietite grew on him until lie
1 he procession formed at the capitol
liave ever seen concerning that wonder would drink from three to five quarts per
and thence marched to the monument.
ful little mare. Idle statement is there day. The coffee he drank was so strong
Abstracts Made of Titles to
It was one of the largest ever seen in At
made ttiat "<icl Isinith Maid pulled a that do one else would drink it. Hi
lanta, including the militia of the city
milk wagon for a long time in and around gia luaily lost his practice ami t»ec*'ne a
and of neighlioring towns, civil aocietiea
Deckertown, N. J.”
physical wreck, dependent for subsist and lalxjr organizations of all kinds.
I*» Editor H. and S —\\ c made n i ence on his sister. He would in bis later
A large platform had tieen erected at
Of all kinds drawn up. , sp« ciaHv pertaining
such direct statement, but said dome au- years go on a regular coffee debauch,
to the settlement of <-stat« s.
the monument, with a seating capacity
thunties iiad claimed this.
which would leave him in such a state of more than a thousand, for noted par
There never was a time in her whole that it was feared h-> would commit sui
Culltfli r of Afiouuti. Prompt RruiiUnnm.
ticipants and guests at the unveiling
career when she would not h ive made cide. After drinking five or six cups of ceremonies.
very short w. rk of pulling am I k wagon the strong infusion he prepared for him
Governor David B. Hill of New York
around, w Im h,however, nevei fell t , li.-> self tie would sink into a b.rjior such as
Investment Securities ii Specialty. Jucks-.-n
was orator of the occasion
(’«.unlx Scrip Bought an«l >«•!«!.
l it. Until sold and taken away from overcomes the victim of ah holism or the
1’attison of Pennsylvania, Governor Ab-
I have a «•••mplcte set ol Maps of all th«Mir
v«x«-«i Lands in thiM county, ami r«-ve» ve Ab
l»ott of New Jerrey, Governor Russell of
I iuuk sh , though she tiad tieeli used some
stracts nmnthlx from Roseburg of all new
Chicago physicians aay the case is Massachusetts, < ieneral Patlick Collins
entri«» nitide. Ì am thus prepared to make
uuder tlie sadille, and si e paseesee 1 euf- without precedent so far as is known.
of Boston, Senator Palmer of Illinois,
..ui lli.nust. n«l am! Pre-* in pt i«»n papers, and
for these imitatir-s arid substi
licieiit tlioioljglilired blood and cba ac- Dr. Elmer I. -e said he bad never known
can save to parti«-s the •x|»«*ns<* <»f a trip to
Senator Vest of Missouri, Senator Wol
RoKt-burg Land (Jijice.
tutes, they art p. .„ ^ff at the
cott of Colorado, Senator Gorman of
won K-vral impromptu races against would indulge in coffee to such excess
Maryland and others were present.
I Riti SEVEHAL PtNR FAR MH ANI»;OTIIEn
best and increase your misery.
the l>est running horses of that vicinity. was a moral and physical crank and not
PF.SIHABLE FKOPF.HTY IN MY
President Nortden of the monument as
Sue was at ttiat time ho higi.-mettl, d greatly different from people who used sociation presided.
HAM'S FOK HALE.
Take Simmons Liver Regulator
and nervous that Iiad any one a tempted any other stimulant to excess.
tyPrompt reply made to nil «(-tiers.
The monument was designed by Alei-
New »paper Law.
only. You will know it by the
delivering milk with her »hi* woui«l eitl.-:
Charges in ju-cor«!an«*e with the times.
-‘Cases where the excessive use of ander Ilovle of New York, who designed
have broken away, or there would | coff-e or toa is the mam trouble are not
Lot the benefit of all who i.iay seek to
Refers.!») permission to (’.('. Beekman.Es«^.,
the Greeley statue in New York and the
Bank« r; to H«»n. L. It. Webst* r. Judge of this
swindle the n«-wspap«*rs out of their just have been butter, or at h ast a fi st ciass
I'omtuoii," aaid Dr. late, “although it Gartield monument in Clevrland, and
¡min iai «iistriet, ami to any bimin« s> house in
package and by the relief it gives «lues, we publish the following whi< h i- milk shake tu (feiiver bciuie the rounds so
SILAS J. DAY’.
a ho l.aa specimens of his able a ork in
kept stamliHg at th«- head of Hu- tirst »-«li
these bevi rages in many caNi-s and to many of the principal cities of the conn-
when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi tonal column in uianv of our exchanges : were
l'iie actual tacts are that while owned prohibit their use absolutely in some
1. .Subscrib«*rs who do not give express
The Grady monument proper is
gestion, Constipation, Biliousness noli« e to the contrary are considereii as by h. rh eeder, Johu B. Ihcker, a feu cases Tne next case of excessive coffee try.
made of granite, and stands on a terrace
and Sick Headache.
with molded edges s ateen feet square by
2. 11 subscribers order t he discontinuance bleak her tu harness, which was given chloride of gold cure. 1 have lieen using
if their periodi« ais the publisher may con up, and si'.e was a.lowe i t»j roam |>«a< tic- it with some variation from I>r. K«-eley's four feet high. The terrace is surrounded
by four corner ]<oets and a brass railing.
tnuetosend them until all arrears are nil at her own sw.-et will, as none of the
treatment for some time, and it is ao The pedestal proper stands on the ter
fences around Mr. Decker’s inciusures satisfactory that I see no reason why it
race, and is al»ont eleven feet high. It
3. i! subscribers negle«*t to or refuse to
take their periodicals fr.uu toe office of were high enough to confine her; still her should not do in a ca-e of excessive in consists of three bases, the top one of
dulgent e hi «.'flee. Ibis ca*e is certain- which i“ ni I Ie<i and supports a |«jlistied
which they are «lirected, thev are held re
J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Ph.lad’a, Pa.
poiisible till they have settle«! then bill convinced her owner and several others I?' an extreme on-in every respecL"
die with a molded cornice on which
that here was the material fur a very fas’
and «»rdert »1 their paper «iiscmtU.m-«!
Dr. John C Spray said. “I never stands the bronze statue of Grady. The
4. 11 subscribers move to other p.a* < k an 1 superior animal, il.e altrn’i-m of heard so iiniisilal a case of the effects of
statue is between nine and a half and
without informing the publisher ami the Alden G j damith ami nutnerous otl.«*r
papers are sent to the former «lirectiun, horsemen jf that day was called to tier, nrtfee drinking. The excessive use of ten feet high. On either aide of the
’THE LNDEKSIGNED II.WE FORMED A
c .flee or tea, or both, is highly injurious. (»edestal is a projecting buttress on which
they uro held resp«»nsible.
1 «••»piirtn« r*»liip witti nn iiiith r.z‘-l capital ot
but num of them <uul«l t-m cced in pur 1 would rather undertake a case where are seated two bronze statues represent
5. The courts have decided that rettising
for th,- pui-p«»M* ot «¡it i \ ing .»ii a (¡«-ner
the tri uble is caused by excessive use of ing Memory ami II story. On the front
t > la k <• p< ro«iH als from the nitii-e, or re
al Banking Businea» in nil ot Us bruncln s in
1‘ inaLy. Mr. D«-ckei h nephew , aided by ah oholic or malt etiiunlsiits than a case of the ha*es is a large palm branch and
Jaeks«>iiviile. Oregon, office at the ok! «lain!
moving ainl leaving tin-in uncallc«l f«»r ”pri-
ot Beekman s Banking House, 5. E. corner Cal-
ma facie” eviileiwe of intentional frau«1.
w heieit was due to coffee. The effects wreath in bronze.
itornia mu! Third streets.
(«. Anv person who receives a new spa succeeded in closing the barg t n an 1 led of cotlee and tea are much more subtile
the mare away, paying about
hi fur than those of liquor, are more like tlie
TROS. G. KEAMES.
H ome KtT.E.—Gladstone has revised
C. C. HOGUE,
subscribed for it or not, is held in law as a her, but fin,ling her ad tie bargained fur,
W. B. WEB.TER
effects i f using opium, and therefore, the Home Rule bid. As to what tune
rieo'l F. A P. As't. •> P. H. It t o.
Gen IF.a 1*. Ag't.Oregon Development« *».,
I I Vlont joiuery St.. San Francisco Cal.
more d tln u.t to treat.”
the scheme in detail will l>e divulged <le-
7. The postlua-ter who negle« ts to give
ATT o HNF.V AND Cr»l NSEI.OK AT LAW,
Decker w&s wddng to st 11 her very
|>ends upon the fate and character of the
It is not a cosmetic in the sense in which the legal noticed the neglect of a person
that t» rm is popularly used, but permanently t«» take from the clhec the newspaper ad- soon alter at a humin d dollars advance
C hops in thk O h < hard .—Notwith government's Irish local measure. If
b«MU(itbs. if « r«-at«s a s«»!t, *ni<»otli. char, »li»>*e«i to him, is liable also to the publish tu a ii'jtcl keeper named Wiiliaru D -ntun, standing ail that has ueen said and all
the dissolution came now the measure
keeps the largest stork of
velvety ••ki’i, and by daily us«-irrniually mak« s ••r t»ii the subscni'tion price
or “Jersey Bid,” as be was generally tin* ex)»vrience U|»on the subject, there is would he published with such complete
the i «•mpk xion si vvral shad'-s whit« r. It is
a constant i»rot< i turn troia the « fleets <>t - in
still an apparently never-ending dis ness as would leave the Conservatives no
an»! win«! and pr»-vents snn-Lur i an«i t i-« <-kl« s.
spr.ng, sn«i succ. e led In getting her cuss on as tu the desirability of planting chance to say the country has l>een de
The End of Polygamy.
an«i bhu kiu-ad- will n«-\ er <•«»m< w Ini« y«»u us«
about half broke, wht n he t-old her for crop» of one kind or another between the ceived on any important point. When
TH THE PEOPLE OF .1 A< KS'»N. I l’KKY
It. It el< aiises tin- fa<-<- far b« it« r than soMp
ATTORNEY a M> < ’ H N>EL» »R AT
Jmlge Churb-s S. Zati«*. th«- chief justi«*«- of DkMJ and a wagon va.u«M at ah mt |L h ),
AM» JOSEPHINE COIN TIES.
an<1 water, n»»ui i-lus an«l builds up th« -km
r-iwsoi trees in young « reLards. Columns the g. neral election does come the issue
tissues and thus prevents th« f««i mati.»n of th«- r ipr«um- <-«>urt «»f I'tah, has preside«) at t j Alien <i j.fjsiuit¡1. (ruldsimth plat e 1 have been mitten condemning such a
will lx* fought on definitely declared
wrinkles. It glv« s tin- lr. -hi.—. el« ;o nes< the trials •»( all th«- M»»rni<»n- who hav«- b»-« n
Win. Baline, who cour.-e, and columns as well supporting home rule lines. If the popular voté
Die un'1«T<igne«t is n«.w inanufa« turlng a*
and smoothness <»t skir. that you had win n a tried for ¡««»lygatny. B«* i> therefore enti
little «ir!. Ev« rj lady, young or «»Id, ought to tled, t" «1» s«*rita* th«- pr< sept situation in th«*
the best horseman it. The simple fact is that it depends places Mr «.ladstonein power tl.e course
WNI. M. COLVIC,
»• M«-a«l»>xxs SaAinill in Jiuk-«»n cot.n’x
on the north went coast.
us«- it. a< it give- a in«>r«- y «rutili uI app< aran« «- territory. Judg«* Zan«- has reached th«* <-«»ti- m <> ange county, It then took four
entirely u: on the nature of the crop cal* thus adopted will paralyse the oppoei-
any lady, ami that pi rman titiy It con
ATTOHNEV AND ml Nsr.I.oH
■*vi, ami sb»* cam«' nea» tivated. If it be some plant of low tion. The House of Izirds will not dare
tains n<> a* <1. pow«kr or alkali, ami is as «-lubi<ui, that, when th«- pr«-sj«i.-ut «>< the
./«»«•/• »«»wrlll» « **»'• ti11 •* •
(u killing B'.'dine several times beioie he growth, like potatoes, sugar beet«, fii»b to reject tlie bill on the ground that a
ns ihw is t<» th«- fl«»w, r. I’ hki
at all polygamy . >’r- -blent \V■•«»drutT iiuvinrl got her fairly hr» k«n, during w hn h time
beans, melons, etc., well and good. The vote of the electorate I.as not been special
PATENTE!)’ IN ISH8*
«Iruggists nml iiaii b •-o r>. « r at Mr-. G« r ha«! an inspiration that th«* church n - l««ng«-r I
Will p.rtctk. in nil ot Ike court.«* <.r tn«
State. I iKtriet Attorney l«»r ih« t itM Jinlivi-
\ ¡it-« (« i aliain's «-tablishm« nt Jit; !*«»-t Sti > « t. required-polygamy as a <l«««'trin»-i they w»-r«- Mr. (io «1’initi« was no-re than once v« r\ cultivat.on bestowed upon them will l>e ly taken thereon. Regarding the princi
ni DiMrict. < ih.» nU«»uit H««'
a«lvantagvutis to the trees, while not ples ot the new measure enough has t>een
sincere, and that this institution is tmw I
say t«> the public t hat wrhnvethe
« |<> fin per ion blemishes ot the fap«- <»r ttaui»-. L. m I k s at a «b ad forev, r. In th«- N-ivcmber numb« i of j amount of pativi.<-• ait»i -kill a- » .is tare enough nutriment will Lie taken fr nn the officially a-.-' rtamed to state that it gives
1(1 •• 1H •• •• «listiin«-,-tr> at«■«! b\ letter. S« n l stamp lor I m i th«- Forum he « xplains the slow pr«>«-ess by ¡y been lavished on any hotter, she b*-
p. P. PRIM,
-oil t.j mak«- anv p -iceptiliie Jiff-rence the ptofHMed lris'i legislatures fuller
Bnt und »I ik I Durablr Harbin»
. .. h “ ta “ “ little i»-»«'k “How i" be B w
i'liiiii-<n«l 1‘ i - uih * 'Frees
whi«*h th«- rules of th«- church were for«*«*«! to came sufficient.y st«a»!y,
a.iy. so that st , in the giuwihot i he tit-es. But it corp powers than did the bill of Irik'». It re
ATT o RNEY AND COl’NsELoK AT LAW.
in the State, an«! will put it agamst any «»ther (Mher trees an«! shrubbery furnished reasona
mirl, <! i rec to any com«- to this c«iii' lusi<»n, and he shows tlmir could t»e sue«-, sstuhy driven in race*, or something aimdat be planted it will
tains the lower and upper houses ot the
'adj <»n r»-c« ipt «»! 1(1 cents hi stamps to pH\ tor c«»ndu«-t an«l subs«-«pient events th.it pr«>v«- an«i after winning a lew wa-* s d to Bu bi
iSv-’id ’«»r ('utaluiriu- tu
<»! necessity i'levent tlie trees from ob Irish Parliament, vests the appointment
postage and packing, laid) ag« uta want«-«!.
J H sETTLEMIEK. WfMx’.burn. (>r.
th«ir sim-«-rity. .Judg«- Z.im*. tie r, for«-, after ' 1 >oble and a Mr. Jackni.iii fur ÿ I ô . immi .
RAPIDITY’ AND G<»OI> WORK.
taining ait the light and air that is nee<ie<l of the Judiciary in the Irish Executive
Vili practice In all courts nt Ilie *»
having execute«! th«- law which has rooted'
MRS. GRAHAM S
lutuc Cour« H .use, tinnì .I'wr to l.'it *.i en
and they will become stunted. Young and maintains larger representation of
out this twin r» Im of slavery, now wri.es and they sold her later on to Henry M
ri haids have been put back two years Ireland in the Imptrial Parliament.
what may be cail« «l tin- ««ffici.d obituary of
PRICE of MACHINE, *10,0«)
She was very nerv«
th«- institution. In his Forum article h«*
n, tv . us.
parli, u arly
•y the unwise planting of a single crop • pieslions of financial lelations and the
4. R. NEIL,
Cur« b the w<»rst ca*<‘S «•! l r -< k!<-M. S ihi - «!«„■< n<»t look forwanl to u«»r express any when being hart v-sed. ab through tier
c«.«rn among the trees. The exf»erien<-e control ol the police are also settled.
Deliver«-«! t> any -address in my district.
burn. J'alU'wiH-Hw, M»ith-patch« s. I’tim-.' s an«l
irrintsf'.v \ sh cui".s-EM»u at
J( ' skin blftin.-Nh«- I' hh ’ i <i •" flartiiKs-s •iesire for th«» early statehood of th«* t«*r- trotting career, and after she was put to of th«* thuiisands oi small farmers all
A»l-lrcss all «»rd« rs to Sam s Va'k-y. Oregon
and • tb-ctix • . N«» !*ani|»'.<-<'im be B»-nt. La«l\
bree'lmg she was the most dillicult to over the state w ho have made a living
T he W ool M arket .—A year ago the
disappearance of polygamy, th«- M<Tiu«»n
ag< nts want«-'I.
J. I’,. WELCH.
.•lurch will r«-adily • ease to |.w a hurtful in- I manage of at.v on Fashion 1- ;rm. (io d 1:-om cr-.ps raised in their young orchards m rket was active, as tlie McKinley bill
Will pructirv in «11 courtrt'«t th« St.it«-
III t Il's ! W tl •
-tituU. u, ami that in« n in th«* territory will
had bren signed by the president and
m tuv tourt H ouüh *, hr»t dour lu let
ordt-rart bill of nij pn prtrations will haw rn divnta th« ir political «-|•mi««ns along th«- >aiim June, Ls->7, an 1 «i.e«l September 2.3, lss’> • »light to be sufficient to prove the desira- was to become a law on October «»th.
name a«i»bil t«»tlns a«iv« rtin« 111« nt.
One of tier frequent <• «ntesta* t- on the. bil.ty of this method. Still there will Manufacturers who had b-en holding
lines that «iivnlc m«-n etavwimre.
M\ ♦•r« |»arat ions ar<- tor sah’ by wbol«--
CEO. F. SIMPSON, V irp-I’m»ident
> urf was the famuUs Lucy 2 1s ’4 . wl o n probably be found some expert who will back,in doubt whether the new bill
W. F. READ. I' résidant.
H. K. HANNA,
Hal«-«lrnKKists inl’b:« w ami < v«-r> city wot
! liieny Is* p v • to l»e fully her mj ml in periodically raise his voice and list his
would liecome a law , were eatiefied and
J. O. WRITSMAN t Bee. and Manage
rroKNEY AND CUL’NSLLoB AT LAW,
A fell line lit stock of
p ini of S|»ee.l and endurance, th ugl.t pen in denunciation ot the idea
Theo- juni|ied in after wool whir l, they expect
As pr«-j«arati"ns for m*\t year’s gr«*at p« li- * sbe never posse-Red any su« h degree ol
ed wou'd g<> higher. The present market,
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL.
ti«*al camjaiigii ta*c««nu- m«»r<* numerous, the
qm**ti«»n b«»conies m- re ¡»«•rtim-nt as t«» what I fK>pularity as the Maid. It is an op»m condemn the practice. Bracti< ady there after a year of the new tarrfl. aiiowa a
WIL) practice in all curts «»f th«* State,
qiliet, sieaily tone, with the raw material
tu Ortn'a brick« u»>-atatrs.
or whether it as ill play a separate part at all. their career they were actually uwne l r y that can bt» said »gains: it.
considerably lower than a year ago,
< «H \TRY oRDEKs A SPKCIALTY.
ROBERT C. SMITH
A «pivstion that has a!r«_«udy arisen, too, in the same person
notwithstanding the fact that the duty
Fac tory Ht W» idi« r> Mill. 8al<*rouma cor
th«* minds of a, g«»o«l many obs«-rv« rs of
Lucy was put to bree«iing some three
H ighest is the Woki.n —The project on tine wool was increawd one cent per
VrrolCNEV ANI» Ct" NSELOK
Third and F. stroc-tn. Portland. Or«-iron.
public «-f'-nts, ¡s whether or m»t th«- Alliance years the earh< r, and when the .Mali
is <»n th«* d«*«'lim . and is likely s»«on to «iis- was placed on the farm the ac«plaintance of the Odd Fellows to build the highest pound with carpet grades even more.
Grunt*« I*««»», Oregon
and most costly office building in Chica The action of the higher duty, as shown
int’-grate. Senator J"hn T. Morgan of Ala
bama- -wh«> has always been friemlly t«« th«* of these two fam- in mares was imaiedi go, and that means the world, seems to by the past year's experience, proves
t>m. o in Layton Jk Co. " brick, upstair*.
ri ' • arrnared In tin
ReccnV.y t** fo."
Alliance, th ught he bus taken sharp politi ately renewed, ami during the balance he well under wav. Plans lor a building ttiat the price of a product does not de-
■ ( ■ ’ «
A m /
cal issue with its thianial platform C"iitri- of their c.neer they were the most in:i- as high as the Washington monument |iend on the tariff on that article but is
By the Thousand !
.! ti n k on1v about two
to th«* November inate ir*emls, always remaining tog« ther
• ’ !|
ROBERT A. MILLER,
have tieen prepured by Alder & Sullivan, determined by supply and demand. The
■ ' -t e or
Forum, in which h«- uml« rtukos to throw when in the l«.»t, ami almost invariably
„ a ■ 1 • t'.ilii
and a suitable site has been secured,says supply of wocl in tins country has been
the ENDEBSIUNED IS now TAKING OK-
ATTOItNEY ASI» COl S-ELiilt .vr LAW,
away from the others. Ihey wore kept
- hr su T it-»’, h oui
| dt r* tlinuiuh jH< k*"n and .!"*• I'lunv coun-
At theb :
The plans pro sufficient to meet manufacturers’ wants
tin- farmer* hav«- a real gri« vam.*e . he hartily in a«lj in.ng b x sta s, ami when the the Chicago 7 ■ / . f
• 1 r
1 -«t the
diabete« ; I -t*
vide for a lather peculiar shaped budd ami they are able to buy their raw ma
approves their organization; be ha«i great
. - btii funci i» ii-and
h»-p«*s that it W'iul.1 at lir*t ac«-«”.i-pli*h much Man! was d} ing, Lucy became aimoat ing. The entire ground space is built up terial in uianv cases below wtiat they
' n', en ’' <! the life
•(Bee in building i«»rm»*riy occupi« «I by Dr.
rut n ■ • m Cali-
good; and lie thinks, that, if th.> Alliance frantic, d ing her best to break through to a height ot fipurleeii siorie*. Alsjve weie forced to pay on a lower duty.
of "nr of t' • ■’
would remain tru«- to its »»riginal purpose, the partition which separate«! them. Lui this Hie building extend* s.x stories in
Any kind ruta«^ In a first-class Nursery.
■ I u« gk ting vatly
it would L«- a most Iwueilc-nt organizatiuL*. several «lays after wai«l she would scarce the form of a siptan* cross,the four spaces
Capital Stock of the
R isman I’lsTKtes.—The St. Peters
MORRIS M. HARKNESS,
But h«* points «»ut th«- rii*e of most destruc ly eat. roaming ah >ut the tie|«i I ruin morn
Those wanting tr«H*s will d<> well to give me
at the angles ot tiie main building l <* ng burg correspondent ui the lajndoti Stand’
ATroKNKY ANI» COCN-EI.I'B AT LAW,
ing tdl night as :f searching for her old let' vacant
!•« (« V' IV«
Above tins main structure, ar t says the approach of frost has caused
arc troubled xx -t h
p«»liti»-ians hav, g«»t h«»l«l • f It. ami he s«-«-s
I warrant a’l tny tr«*< s. if pr«q»«-rly cared f«»r.
companion. These two famous maie- whii li is twentv lull stories in height, is a renewal of distress. Tlie .Vo.ott esti
in . or u::
rang« meut ■ »1 th«-
Terms <»t payment easy. Pr.Mhiee taken at
<h.M*r <•« ! tx j ;
market price. ‘taHttbs. ot PeachS«-.i! want«-«!.
whoi«- <»rgHiiizuti"D. Senator M «rgan points ! w, re f«>akd thesaim* year, but Lucy lived a tower-»ha| ed structure. Tins includes mates tlmt twenty mil ion of people are
force»! to K’’vr u P v ui *' ’ ' ’ 11 «. llon't
A. >. JOHNSON.
Office in .IhlCs bub-hiur. Front >tr«
«•ut the «*lear unconstitutiouality of th»* tine«* years longer, when, having b«*com<* one-tenth of ti e whole area covered by without food. Sta»i»tl,s piove conclu
waste x»»ui m >n< y » u xx 'th',«
Jacksonville.Oregon. Auu. 1.1883.
am! w"i >e p’.istct« but I: ke .r. he N-at of
linam-ial demands of th«- 1« a«l< rs of the verv feeble, she was fin i iy destrovv«l — the building, and 1* fourteen stories high. sively that in many places speculators
TAKE PUBLIC NOTICE
the disease al • »net by u - i ; the gi *' » -. st of
Alliam-e, iui'1 niak'-s a pl«-a fur th«* c«’ns« rvu-
The entire structure is 55t< feet in get extortionate prices. The corn mer
<* IL Cob . M. I»
tiv«-men of tim organization to save it from
Of tiie Franchise« and Privileges giauted to F. H. ROW E
nevTra It lux-- iv« »1 the hv« •• of th •an«!-».
height, while the main portion is to be chants and village koolaks, or usurers,
I in rly
W hite I' roi eh N im ». r P i . aini v —Tiie as nigh as the Masonic Temple. Tlie are charged with res|»oiisibility tor the
THE CEI.EHK.1TEII . . .
August 7th, 1888,
! x-egetable an«! pleasant to take. JI.(.»«»a p-«
following goixl advice ta from tlie
building is severely p'ain and is sugges extortion. A Samaria paper declares
a^r, 6 fol f "
_ SMITH & WESSON _
Ry the incorporators of Baid company, now on file at the
The Western Settler*« Chosen Specific /’/VA*: IV »pie wl o only occasionally tive of ti e auditorium in its outside ap- that the Jews are angels compared with
the koolaka, who aie in the habit of re
With « V« ry iulvan>-«- of « migration into Un- write for the pre-s fail t > recognize the peaiauc ■ There an- two main arched
Reconter’s office, in Jacksonville Jackson Co
far West, a rn-w demand ta rr«-at«-<l for ll -s- importance of w rifuig proper names pia.n entrances which open into a mosaic ducing those in their power to the lowest
■ The Finest Small Arms Ever Menulectufed ■
t»-1t<•!•’■* Sl.'inach lhtt«-r-*. N» wly |M‘«»|»h*d ly. l'hey are Loinihar with a man’s tl >ored lo'unda. In the four corners of stage of poverty. Incidents showing the
(ina run toil
region^ ar«- fr«‘<|m-ntly l«-*s salubrious than name and wiite it hurriedly just asthey this rotunda wol lx-located the banks of tciriable distress <.f the people continue
<«ld«-r scttl» d lo.-alitios, on account of the would ordinary words. But alien this elevators. The construction will be sim to be recorded. A poor woman of Ratch
J. F. RICKENBACH, NI. D.
miasma whi«-li rinos from r«*<-»-utly clt-ar«-«l manuscript is received by persons not ilar to that if most ot the high office ino on leturning home from the neigh-
land, particularly along th«* !«anks of rivers familiar with the names they are often
build.ngs in the city with the exception boi ing village w hither she had gone to
PHY-I' I AN AM» ed IHIE'»N.
that arc Hubject t»< treshets. Tlie agrieul-
try to purchase loo.I, found all her child*
_ WORKMANSHIP and
tura! "f mining emigrant s«n»n learns, when printed incorrectly, ami the corr-'Spond that special airaugements will have to
be «1«>« s n»«t already know, that th«- Uitt.-r- ent thinks the printer is stupid for mak tie made for a foundation for the central ren dead. A post mortem examination
— wild its —
LOADING and SAFETY.
aflor«l th«- "nly sure protection against ing the mistake. Editors and printers portion of Ibe bn I ;ing. Il is estimated treing made, their stomachs were found
" Beware of cheap iron imitations.
malaria, ami th".«««« disorders of th«- stomach, an* mere than animus to have things that
.Kkl.i 11.1 wol complete the build tilled with rags and earth. Many vil-
lioiii«' Ollioe ot Kule-iu. Orc ’on
B Send fcr Illustrated Catalogue and Price List to|
h\«-r and I k » w «4 s ‘ t*» whi«-h climati»- change*', correi t, ami t «k~ a great <Pal of trouble ing without allowing hr t:.e land on lag< s are l oiupletely deserted in the dis
SMITH & WESSON.
tricts of Porui, om -had of the population
to in ike them so. But with a blindly w Im li it w ill stand.
O. F. DEMOREST,
(In the Stat«- limurnncr C«>’s. Bui Id hut .}
water «T diet subj««ct him. r<«nseqtiently, lie written proper name there is nothing
srm xm l ei ik mash .
ot Keasan l aving died of hunger or dis
places an estimate upon this great house
I» E N T DENTI It T.
ease. An odious traffic is carried on in
AND B14AN1 H|'dM( ES IN PORTLAND. ASTORIA AM» ALBANY.
Swixiu.tB —lhe energrtie pre
hold spo«-ifle and preventiv«« commensurate they can d«» except mak“ the best they
with its intrinsic mertis, and Is careful to can of it. It won¡es them mure than it test made in an a<i«hess Indore the Na women's hair, the tieet Leads realizing
Hus for sa*e a large list of
kc.-p on baud a restorativ«? ami promoter does the m «n whose name is improper* tions E«iitunal Association at St l’aui a crown apiece.
nilDCC Coughs. Colds Irfluen’a. Pr .nchHIs.
of health s«• impheity to l>e relieved upon in [ly Bja*Jed. All this c«>uld l»e avoided il by A Frank Kichardson, ot th’« city,
LUn LO Hoarye»»«'*» V •cerina Couqh, Croup.
CEO. DE BAR, M. D..
Grain, Stock and Fruit Farms. Also City and
bore Throat, Asth< -
time of need.
correspondents would put themselves in against “the growing habit of the drug«
N’ ewsi -tri iik h« W haitixu T hees .—
’ i ’ " ’
^HiSAL! ABOI T400 Ai'RES OF EXTRA
FHVSlt’lAS AND SURGEON.
the printers’ place for a moment. Look gmt wild mer jliants ui pa ining oft a anb- The Grass Valley Cal.,)
«niality ut iigricnltiinil land, bcilig h part
at the name after it ’s w ritten and con stitute for the article ankrd for by a con II. Healey, proprietor of the Mount < ■ ive
of the 11 tram <’«»lv«r Donation Land Claim;
1 ue < »r< vu l.mnl < .was • spi-cinlly «»rganiwd for the purpo*< or buying and sutalivlding
sider if a stranger would be sure to make sumer,” Las occasioned a healthful agi ranch, near Colfax, narrates Ins experi
.rtf. ii .»»--I lan-l ..ml ha-«luring the pnst tw«»y. ar* ta.ught «nd Mitaini.lrd over J.LWmn-s situattsl about 5 mil« s from Ashland, ^4 of a
Tli»- abscii«'«' of th«* Amerioau flag in for
.'.-ref <»f lan«i mt" ffv. t»» tw, nty acre trin-ts. Tlu* su« « «-s-* «>1 this undertaking is shown in tin- mile south of v I hpui x. Jackson county, Ore
OUI. .' «lui r. s den........ .. « iTt..rn"i '»ro t.
cigu p«jits has l"iig bceu a matter ni
« com it out. In lii-ts of newiv elected officers tation of thin subject in the press Every ence of five years ss an orcl.ardist. Bor-
Calls attended prompt y day <«t n gm.
ui of the causes of ami sent us then» are sum fum-s several person who bins we'l known propre'ary iers caused linn much loss and vexation,
\V. i .»ni ii'iit t. n ni. s ot choie-«- .mid in fruit will yield a larger hie.nu than 160 a«-r<*s of tin* Oregon A < alil«»rnia stage road pass
t hr«»ugli said kind. This tract of land Is all A
the remedies for this humiliating stat«- of names written so that they eoui«l be medicines or other ar t a les of general use and he undertook to thwart them. He
A-lv.it n »H«' MH'l'i viill« y.
W. j .u. mak' valuable improv.-nn-Bta in the way <»f roads. f«-n< <-s, «1« nnng t In- lami. ele.
things, must attract wide attention, (’has. “translated” in two or three ways. A has probably met with the insinuating tried the V-sha|»ed '«hake plan and oil
W. » an s.-il a small tract of’an«l tor the «ame i»riv-per acre you wouhi have to pay for a om of th«-tirst claims s<-ttled upon In Rogue
H. ( ramp, the pr<-si«lent of th«- great Phila little ordinary caie would save much suggestion that the shop-keeper has an soap with some success. List season hs
ri\« r valley. All w»-l’ siippli<-«l with living
e-»mp.my that is building so many »»f trouble and annoyam «-. We hope that
water. This land will be s«»l«l in «piantit les to
<»ur warslrps, tr»*ats th«- matter in the N««v.m- our correspondents w HI liear this item m article of his "own make,” which is set out twenty acres, and commenced to
suit purchasers. For further into»*niatton hi-
“just as good and much ciieairer." It is wrap the trunks of the trees with strips
>iulr«-«>f E. J. FARLOW, Ashland, Oregon, or
ta-r I »rum. md, aft r an historical r«-viw «4
E. D. F< »1 I»RA V. I’I khii I x . Oregon.
th«* subj«-«-t, comes to th«......nclusion that the mimi when they ate writing, and then not generally known, however, that the of sacks. Running short of this material
Ashlhtid Oirn. ()<•!. 3 1MK1
ditTervnce attitu«l«-s <•( the Br'ttah Govern we shall i»e able to print the names of work of fabricating these arinles snd he had recourse to newspapers. Not a
ment and «»nr own toward shipbuilders in people as they should I h » printed, with putting them up in a form to deceive single borer was found ill the trees
largely r«-sp«uis|b|e f«»r th«* state of <mr mer out any mistake.
the public—keeping the counterfeit just wrap|ied with pa|»er, but in the kack-
E. P. CEARY, M. D..
chant marine. This country, h«- thinks, ’will
within the pah* of the law — has grown to wrapped trees they were found in the
neiur have a fl« »*t <»f im*r«-hant vessel» so
p H ï B i C I A N A N D B « 1« «’■ B O N.
l’siN«i F ki . i . T iupe I \\ mfi i s.—Re be a regular busmens. There are more wrapping*. His advice to persons setting
h.ugasthe I’mtiMt States government pur publican parlies have even tiavvled over
Th«* umlenMgnewi has now for sale at the
■ rdrurd. Br»««».
sues its present policy. Two decades of a Iowa with samples and prices of sugar than two hundred deceptive substitutes out orchards is to wrap the flunks with
brickyards near Ashland
prepared for one standard article alone. paper, and lie will wariant no trouble
lita>ral treatment uf shipbuihlers. Im thinks,
Oiace :n Hamlin-» IMock. Il<»ld< nce on
would pia«*e us far in advance of Englund on before and afiei the passage of the bill, Much oi this work >s swindling and ail of will tie experienced from tiorers. Cut the
it is dishonest ami unworthy. A manu paiwr in strips three or lour inches wide,
(-ONIH < TED BY THE
the bill places sugar on the free list, ad facturer of anything is in justice entitled commence as high on tlie tree as the first
AgCtltd fur Cyrus Noble Distillery, Jos. Schlitz Brewing Coin
E. B. PICKEL, M. D-,
to the full rewards oihis reputation. And limb, wind tie paper diagonally down
FROM 2H INCH TO rt INCH.
Worth Looking At.
SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES.
tariff tax whatever, and ,n consequence l>eo|»le who buy are entitled to get what the tree, draw it tight at the top to hold
f H Y S 1 C 1 A N A N D S E K 0 E <» N.
party, Milwankee Bottled Beer, Schmidt & Co.’s Sarsaparilla and
••Turn to th«’ press—its t«*« unng *-h«*rts there has l»een a rvducti n in the price
C. H. VEGHTE. Ashland
they call fur without inlcmled and im itself and cover the lower end with dirt
survey, big with in«* w-»nd»*ra «-f em h pii- of sugar. This is a very singular pro
Ir»»n Water; also Arcadian Mineral Water from Waukesha, Wie-
TI'DIFS W11.1. ItE ItESIMED FOB IK > A int sing «lay.
pertinent solicitation to buy something io bold it.
(1.11. prump, y Att. nd.*! to D»> or Ml«h«.
er* and 0: y Pupil* In Septemlier, 1MU.
w hi< h they never heaid of and do not ask
Farm tor Sale
to 1-H’k at an «’l«l familiar family n«»e«! in n»-w
p on II »trw«.
The law should protect both as
The cour*« of study in 0'1* institution is ,!r< s.s. It will «»harm th»* sight, c«»mf«»rt the sugar sample and price schedules re tor
T herk t* much «Minority m to where
A g«»o«l farm an«l st«»« k ranch.containing IfiO tlK.i-'.iixb. <11 brill ili* all th< bianchi * l« l..iig- w«*ary, and I «ring cbo«*r and hop« to th«* pain-
completely as possible, ami
public tire money r, to come irotn to cuinluct
arn-K; liMi a« r«-H under fence. Rd acr,•«• in cult i lug to a tit t-clrtss «slucMtion. Längung« s. stnek'-n. Th«* columns of this paper ar«- ferred to <*<)u!«l w *11 I h » used try fr. e trad
R. PRYCE, Ni. D.,
vati«»n. G«»« h 1 house ami «»utbuildings am! druwing mu v«»cal |<>s«ins in « lass l»<-mg gra.-e’i by its r«-app, aram-«-. It is wehmme. ers as an iliustra’ion of tiie benefits ol opinion voiced by the press, and private the two projected new 1’arneilite organ,
n«-<TNsary barn r«»«»m. Fruit enough f«»r a im-lmhnl inti <• English c«mi>«-, t«*rm n«» extra
protest delivered to uuwoithy shop- in Dubhn, the lri*h I i . ii ' ii 1
y Bl «’ 1 A N ANI» ï» T KO K " N.
f<»r what it pr<»inis«*s to «1«», il d«»«*s with their theory. Ttie Repufican party vio
small fainilx. Two living springs on the phu*-. cluirge.
alm-ritx, mi«l pr««v.-s its pr»»mi.s«* by an ampl«* lated the r own professed and declare«! ! keepers, should du the rest.—.V.
''morning) ami the Eicninti Urrnbi, lire
handy torstoek and irrigr.Uon purposes. (’In*
M ilf.»r«l. Ursa«».
nlttc«- is I »rated three miles northw.-st of Eagle art cMiirs«- < r musical course are aff»>r«l«-<l show ’<■( |H*rr«»rmam*e. Th»* right thing, in prim .plea tn the case of sugar, yet now 1 II' >/'!
proaiM-.ct unea of a Inch have been publiah-
I'oint.and nine miles fr«»in (’«-ntrnl Point rail-
William* Bri. k Building, up-stain».
th«* right pin«-«*, at th« right tim«*, .-xp- rb-n« «-
fiu-lli1 ies in «-acli.
*<1. The anti-rarnelliticH predict that
claim for it a justification in inefeasing
r«»H«l station. 11 sold bef«»r«-harvest th«- crop special
The usual mHliti« ati.»i. i-"«¡»'I’- when more ha* pr«»\o«l it t«» ta-
will go with the pla<-c. A small bunch <»f cat th than om- «»ft u* same lainiij alt< nd th«- A«a«l- pul-lh'rotdldeh.'r and esteem, for while St. tip* tariff and cost to the jieople on about
ap- the maMea of the |ieople will not sub-
an«! some Jiogs will In» sold also, if desired. emy at tlu- sa n«- tim« .
J. C. LEE, NI. D.,
Jn«-<»ba Oil, the great remedy f«*r ¡«<un, thus SIM) other articles. In Iowa, at least, pear* to I h < Hie growing popular rwnti- scribe to any appreciable extent, and
Terms easy; two-thirdB cash, balance to suit
Jackson vi 11«* is c«mc«sled to be tin- most make* its annual rounds ami r«’L«-WM its they ar»» willing to advance fn e trade tni'iit ui llie day : ”1 am of th« opinion that the burden will, tabs chiefly upon
purchaser. For part’culars enquire on the hmlthv pia«-« in Smith« rn <»revon ami <-asv of
I i' I A N ANI» S,i;n;ü E •» N
place of th«* pr«»priet«>r.
ofaccciw R gu«- River Yalh J Rmlwaj ( o. s animal pledg«*s of prompt ami p«>rmam.mt doi’trines for sugar, and “protection,” cr that in ten Jean» from now perhapa lene, l*ie,'ce Manorny, M. 1’ , fur Meath, and
riir«*. its continual su«-e«-ss is th»* guaranty high tariff", for everything else used by a Iren! of cattle with born* will l»e a* tlie very f-w other 1‘arnellilieH who have
trains run w thin a bl«»ck of the «•«»nvent.
frsfr»! ro.nl. Hfjo".
For furthei particular* a.l'h’ s-'1 he
that what it says is true am! what it «l«a*s is the people.
hard tu timi n* a herd of mooleyn ha* mean«. This ih aeeuntinK that thet<e
falls nr uiuitlv attciwled today or night.
b en in the pant. The practice of dehorn* paper» are to l»e conducted ae news
J a« •ks.Hivill«*. Oregon. sure. Its ta'St r«-c"in!m-mlati«'ii is its tru«-
reputation, up«>n which all may d«‘p«-ud f-»r
A <•m: vr lltsi ovr.kv.—A Eugene man mg is growing in favor, and 1 have yet to papers, pure and aimpie, and in the in
cure un«l «•<>iuf"rt.
Purines the BLOOD. Cures CONSTIPATION, INDIGESTION,
by the name of Frank Crouch ha* invent timi a n an who ha* dehorned a herd who terest of the ParnelhtieH party solely.
Its Causes and Cure,
OR. O. C. TERRY,
Valuable Property i^r Sale.
BILKll’SNESS, LIVER COMPLAINTS,SICK HEADACHE, COLDS,
But thft McCarthyite, freely express
ed a harmless dynamo, which w II make is not pleased with the resulta.”
PII VS It IAS A S I> S I lit; F.ON.
I’lMI LES, all SKIN AFFECTIONS, .nd DISEASES ARISING from
their skepticism on tl>is point anddeclsse
electric lights cheap* t than tie Ed I on
wk !»- reputation. Ileal’ iicks **ra<li<*iit<*d and en-
NE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE FARMING
Weoffvr Oil" Hiiihlrfl Dollars reward for
that the bulk of tire fund* needr d will be
tir«-lj <'ur«-d, of from
Hn: for fluftr Crr^k.
< »Hliitl f.»íwr. Í hr rfjo ft.
an«! stock an«-hes in south« i n Or« xmn, < <”i- unj ea-" "t "atarib that .’aunot be cured by machine, by half. It was on exhibition
WTK.4 y »»»««F •’» YELLOW WRAPPERS
afmr all other tr«*atnn-ntM hav« tailed, ¡tow
supplied under-ground by the Troy cau
at the Portland exposition, and is at
taining i«4i> a» r«-s. I«»«at« «1 on
lanmus K« d taking Hall's Catarrh Cur".
The undersigned will leave Central Point
th«- difficulty is r«-a< !i«tl and theram«- removed
uith Facsimile Sifv a'ure of EMIL iRESE.
tracting widespread attention from elec for Eagle Point, Brownaboro. Lake ereek cus.
fully expiaim-d in <-ir« ulars. with affidavits Blank«-! prai ie, a short distance troni 1 ros-1
and testimonial of curett from prominent pect poKt«»ffi ■«• in Jacks«ui county, Or« g«»n. I We, th" undersigned, have known F. J. tricians and capitalists. Hurrah for the and Big Butte every day in the week ex
REDINOTON A CO. A gents . 8* m F rancisco .
Thi* ranch k sp«*<-iRll) a»lapt«-«l i«»th. produc-
pe«»p|e. m.iile<l frr»-.
HOLD BY ALL BBI-CCINTR ASI» <.K«»< ERH.
Backles't Anuo* Salva
t.on ot hay :« >■’ st' » k, ¡-«-mu w« !’ v
• • d m d Ch a.’ y b.r til" la-t 1.» )■ ir*. and l» lb'V" him ciiecpM-nr nf Edis *n, sod we n»o vlad Ln cepting Sundav. returning the aaine day,
l*R. A. FONTAINE.
«bufili x io dm«»»! unimiit’ • rahiri. \ « g» ta perlevtly ll"ll<’rabb 111 all lill-'ilh"'* trall*- s an 1» ,*j.ii, you; j ma: .
tnd carrying the mail*.a* also paaBrnger*
Tacoma Wash. ti
The brat aalv«- in th" world for Cut«, Brui-
bi« s and ««th-r tail*» (-r«>| > als" pr«»«!u<-nl in, ndi.'iis.’aiKl nnaii' ially able to carry <>ut any
andi xirc.-s iuat:,T. 1 will make connec ses,
< i \ 11. i : n < 11X i : ek .
» • 8<»rvs, fl«*T".
Sult IUi< uni, I'ev»T S<»r«*H,
abundance, h« «I« x « l«»pm« ut ol laig« luiuta r-1
tion wi»h rhe tr*'». earli way. Mv rates' !
N. 0. YOUNC,
’Tetter«, Cbaimed Hands, Chilirlaitta.
ing mu rent« will tuiui.-h a
,nar*' 1 ■"» i ■<'lillgati"ti* nuel" by then llrm.
— , Corn»
Freiirh Tunny Waten«.
are re.i- n 1.1 .
I. F . W illiaw *
i an«l —
Skin Eruptions, an«I
all improv« n «. nts. >t» < k. !<• <. lai nrn- impl» - <i. W ai .1'1* .. Kiw»k a M ai . mn , Wln.l.-al"
w.ifers a'«- i sur«- und sufi-
Hunts. h I h *» a xaluahh tiiiil»«-r and iiiimng
Druggist*. T"h >1". <»•
forali Limi* «4 f«-inal«' ti« ul«l» * ami
teed t«> give ¡M-rfi-vt satisUction or ru<«ney
! iigliMi PI i J f .
prepvrtx adj-«ining, if d«-sir«<!. T«»r’• rui*-;>n»i -
Hall * Catarrh Cur" i~ taken internally, m»»v» all obstru'-tion.s V» th«- in««ntli
refunded, ¡‘rice 25 <•< Uls per bu*. Fur sala
fllllher i 111 < '-|li:«f K«h |l|'p‘)
avtlng din ctly upon tl..- 14.....1 and inu""u* «‘«1*. no matter what th»- «•auso. ’
. « •!• « »ix <• mi«! ; i i«-. F..r *:« k Imad
Prospi-ct. or '.J. Da) . Ju* ksoiivuK*.
!*-»i«hr' ; i*t »iii.u-h. |«»s* of appetii/» by all druggists.
»urf.u.'"* "1 th" -A't' in. T-sliinonial" *"iit wliat ev«-ry woman n«- -ds, ami «•mi
• • • %i*»«» ii »* b lh»usness. th« x have,
fr.-e. Price <"<•, l "r l"'ttl". Sold byalldrug- sab-ly.
♦ <»r-al«-l»y tl'■ IJxing*t-m
• n « «p» «I« I. « th« i in Am.-rica of *
/all , miuuia tur- r- >’ iu .1 *e, Ca
T.'ipiiP ì Cr< for Pitcher’s Citoria.
CT.v mtOTHBRS. M Witwa SU New York. ITtcctoi
SILAS J. DAY,
ROGUE RIVER LUMBER GO.,
REAL ESTATE ACENT !
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
Lumber, Lath £ Pickets.
Flooring, Rustic and Ceiling,
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
BEEKMAN & REAMES’
FREICHTS &. FARES THE LOWEST
NE PLUS ULTRA
Proti, Stiaie OmMnial and Nil Trees
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
GGHI) LITE WASIIIW MINE. NO APHIS ORLICE ON TREFS
J. C. CARSON
Sash. Doors, Blinds
WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS
CAPITAL STOCK. $000,000
WM. ULRICH District ^genl.
Tolo Townsite and Milling Co.
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY
j|. • • •
THE OREGON LAND CO
CHOICE LAND FGR SALE!
SEND FOR PAMPHLETS. MAPS > PRICE LIST.
TILE FOR SALE
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
Tiling of All Kinds
63 Front Street, Portland, Oregon
THE POSITIVE CURE.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s