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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1894)
Tho*. F. O*kre. Henry C. Payne. Henry C
Búas?. Miceli ers.
From early child
hood until 1 was
grown my family
■■■MMHNB spent a fortune
tiding to cure me of this disease. 1
visited Hot Springs, and was treated
by the best medical men, but was not
benefited. E*DOIUi When all
thingshad ' nvITI failed 1
determined to try S. S. S., and in
four months was entirely cured. The
terrible Eczema was gone, not a sign
of it left; my general health built up,
and 1 have MV«r had any return of
I have since
ECZEMA. . . . . . . .
£mi-^wkli> îiiuw. S ews
of the world .
THE GIST OF THE WEEK’S HAPPEN
OCTOBER 8, 1394.
INGS AS TOLD BY TELEGRAPH.
CRIMES AND CASUALTIES.
Vicious Act* of Lawbreaker* aad Losse*
by Fire and Accident*.
Joseph Cunningham, rector of St.
L and O f
: at B oskbukc . OR..I
H pt. 10, ls»4
Peter’s Episcopal church, and S. F.
OT1CE IS HEt)
l' GIVEN THAT THE
Interesting Item, From Europe, Asia, Beckett, the organist, died from eating
•ttler has Ued notice of
s intention to n
Unal proof In support
Africa and North and South America. a poisoned lunch in the church. There
of his claim, and tl.
a'd proo’Will be made
J. K. Nail,
With Particular Attention to Impor
itv judire ot Jaekaon
Hie Army of the Tennessee is holding
leksonville. Oregon, on
tant Home New«.
Captain P. H. Riley, U. S. A.. acting
its twenty-fifth annual session at Coun
1694. via: Elbert Ham
entry No. 5170, tor tbe
cil Bluffs, la.
Reports from the southern portion of
of NKM, NH'
Stc. 14,twp 338..HS
W. Henamestuel 1 i< wiutrwitnresretoprove
A temporary receiver has been ap California regarding the rainstorm of a 1 lias been arrested on a charge of steal
I r ’ 2L Jii natneetue
nM,ld cult! vatioe
pointed for the Colorado River Irriga week ago, extending over the entire
of said land, via: : ««•
and Loris Mar
state, indicate that there has been dam
tin, all of Trail, Jaeaaon county, Oregon.
A “hurricane oi flame” is sweeping age to the raisin crop in some of the in
IS. VEATCH, Register.
over the Black Brook country, north of j terior counties, while in the coast coun ■d received their pension money,
ties the result will be beneficial to the ’iueir names were Adolphus Gurgen,
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Geronimo and 320 of the Apache band stock interests. The rain came earlier Cornelius Legion and John Barrett of
. S. S. S. to a number of friends for skin dis- I
In the matterot th* ante of C. W. Taylor,
a^e *n.ronte to Fort Sill under the care i and the precipitation was rnnch greater .
eases, and have never yet known a failure to
d r ’ Bed.
Elegant Dinina Cars,
Henry Smyth, a clever swindler, was
of United States troops.
GEO. W. IRWIN. Irwin. P*.
otice is heri \ given that the
Never falls to cure, i
Ben Price, who has been clerk of the arrested at San Lorenzo, Cal., by postal
undersigned ha- I 1> en _ -
rr^.__ 2 by ___
The four fastest machine typesetters
cv>-'I afu-r all other
county court of J u k«on county, Oregon,
Tourist SleeDina Cars , y
Cook county jail at Chicago for 14 years, officials for using the mails for fraudu
renif'dieA havp. Our
TrentHe on Blood and
a challenge to any four men in the has inherited $5,000,000 from his father, lent purposes. Smyth liougbt goods So successful and delightful bave been of (’. W.^l aylor, di • ___
Skin Diseases mailed
All persons tndebi u to said estate are ro-
from Eastern houses by impersonating
free to any address.
whose death occurred recently.
qu<*st<*d to settle the ame tiuinediat<-ly. and
the effects of ” Moore’s Revealed UMtBft having claim ___________
The State Federation of Labor conven well-known people.
.ursinst the ______
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
Taylor Townsend, a negro, murdered
present them to iv h > Kagle
Belle White, 22 years of age, daughter
his brother Harry and another negro tion in Kansas City has declared a boy
county, Oregon. Wi- tbe proper vouebt r* al-
cott on the Producers Brewers’ syndi- ' of Benjamin S. White, a wealthy Chi
tached, within s x __
montlii from tbe tirst
near Wetumka, Ala., recently.
of thte >» lice.
cate of St. Louis because the syndicate cago lumberman, died while under treat ot womankind, that this «ontlerlu! publication
ment of the removal of facial blemishes.
M ary a . T aylor ,
the next session of the present congress refused to employ nnion labor.
Remedy lias been called “ Woman’s Executrix of tl. ■state of C. W. Taylor.
War has again broken out in Brazil. Death was caused, it is supposed, by the
G. K. NEIL, Atl
Alaska similar to that enjoyed by other Rio Grande do Sul is again in rebellion. use of cocaine to deaden the pain from Friend’.”
Four miners were entombed in a mine the application of an electric current,
FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. Some miscreant placed ties across the at Carbondale, Pa., and remained pris which constituted the means of treat
ment. The operator was Dr. Sophie I
oners for 58 hours.
of the estate ot James Henry
evealed In the matter
A monument to Shelley has beeD Santa of the Dr. Sophie Santa company.
Kan., the other night, but the engineer
Neat ham iner, deceased.
given that the
discovered the obstruction in time to
undersigned has t»een appoint»*«] by the
Dr. Santa, was assisting in the opera
the great poet.
avert a serious accident.
county court of Jackson county, Oregon, sit-
Etta von Solomon, daughter of one of tion at the time. In one hand Dr. Santa
ting in probate, administrator of the estate of
Jim and Marion Crutchfield, brothers,
Henry Neat hammer, deceared.
In a lew do.es aTiows womankind ite Jas.
great landed proprietors of Hun held the electric needle and in the other
and Will Mitchell, all groes, engaged
Al) persons indebted to said estate ate re-
qnested t<» aettlefhe same immediately, and
in a deadly battle recently near Parvin, gary, died al Vienna while in a hyp
which she applied at intervals peculiar virtues for their ailments. Its those having claims against the estate will
lex. Jim Crutchfield and Mitchell were notic condition. Franz Neukomm was cocaine
present them to in»-al my place of business ill
conducting an experiment with the girl to ease the pain caused by the needle. effects ar*$ gentle, soothing anduniforn - Kock Point, Jackson county, Oregon, with
the proper vouchers, within six months from
th»* tirst publication of this notice.
Great excitement has been caused at when she died suddenly. An autopsy when MisB White gasped for breath and I y sccceMful.
Dated Sept. 27. 1WH.
before the operator could assist her she
BEN J. HAVMOND,
ANO ALL POINTS EA8T A SOUTH.
ful nitro-glycerine and dynamite bomb who declared death resulted from con slid from the chair to the floor, dead.
Hundreds of testimonials from ladies administrator of the estate of Jas. Henry
cussion of the brain. Neukomm has
Neat hammer. deceased.
u(grinntl«>n. tline oard*. map* ana
ticket., 1 <•#11 on or «rite
given many wonderful exhibitions of Aid was hastily summoned and restora all over the Coast bear witness to its W. M. C olvig , Attorney.
A. D. CHARLTON,
hypnotic and clairvoyant character. He tives applied, but without avail, the
Forty residents of Nora and Rush, cannot
Guardian’s Sale of Real Prop
A««t. Gen. Paa*. A<t„
explain the cawie of the girl’s young woman having died almost in success.
Ill., were poisoned by eating pressed
2. F. CxiH, Grant’» Pw,
A<euS for «outbern Orejon,
chicken at a social gathering. Some of
City Marshal Jefferies of Puyallup,
Pope Leo is preparing an encyclical
the party were rendered unconscious
Wash., was shot and killed at Meeker
In tho County C >urt of tbe County of Jackson
shortly after partaking of the supper dealing with the administration of the Junction, a mile from Puyallup, while
and State of Oregon, sitting lor the trans*
action of Probate business .
:.nd were not roused for several hours.
searching for stolen goods in a saloon.
GUARANTEED TO BE STANDARD
In tbe matter of the estate and guardianship
The recovery of some of the sick ones is
of Luy L Furman, minor heir of Arthur
IN EVERY PARTICULAR.
Salvador, who was recently released in
Furman, decease 1:
two strangers entered and demanded the
otice ¡ s hereby given that the
highest interior and exterior finish .
undersigned, guardian of Luy I*. Furman,
bundle. They told Jefferies to hold up
Bend for Catalogue and Price List to
minor heir of Arthur Furman, dee«•ns»*d. by
TRAV U.K as “MAKH A ROTI ON*T.”
his wife, three children and four servants Mexico. Ezeta says he has no intention his hands, but before he could do so one Patents date June?, 1869, May 23.1871. Augna*
of an order and license ot the above
12.1871. July 16. 1872. May 29,18X3. August 10,
near Wilna, Russia, and escaped with of returning to Salvador, but will en of the men shot him. A sheriff’s posse 1883,
January 22, 1884, April 15. 1884, May 21, entitled court in th»* above-entitled matter,
gage in coffee planting in Mexico.
Ihia Great Railway System Con- Ths Lytle Safe & Lock Co. their plunder.
and the entire male portion of the town 1883, May 26.188«. August 3,1886, November 9. dated September 20,1894, will on
Seventy-eight non-commissioned offi of Puyallup turned out, chasing the 1886. March 31. 1891. August 18,1891, November
The National Tin Plate mills at An
28, 1893. March 13, 1894. Also patented in Can
Saturday, November 10, 1894,
derson, Ind., are expected to be in oper cers in the German army have been murderers into the brush. An old Puy ada. Other patent« pending. These patents
MT. VAUT. ttnxl OMAHA
covers all terms of the machine.
to aoll on the premises in Table Rook
ation by the 1st of January.
allup Indian lying in the brush was fired
precinct, Jackson county, Oregon, the follow
With «II 1r»n*«* >ot!->—'*ne*. giving
real property belonging to said
Captain Howgate, the defaulting ex
at five times by the posse. In the dark
direni «nil »wifi oouirnunl :*-
estate, to-wit: Tbe undivided one-sixth i»art
Flying Jib paced a mile at Chilli ness it was impossible to tell whether he
llon « ai all
chief of the signal service, is close'y
of the S 1-2 of tbe NW 1-4 and NW 1-4 of 8W
watched in his prison cell at Wash cothe, O., in l:59f.
was the murderer or not. At one time
1-4, section 10, township MM., R i W; contain
Ei stern and Southern Points
ing 120 acres.
Thomas O. Boggs, better known as the young men in the posse supposing
BARBARA C. FURMAN,
¿RD 18 THg
Guardian of the estate of Luy L. Furman,
The application of Jay Gould’s chil “Uncle Tom,” one of the oldest resi the Indian to be the murderer wanted to
ONLY LINE RUNNING
dren for relief from taxation in New dents of New Mexico, is dead. Boggs do him personal violence. Half an hour
York was argued the other day, and the
father, who was one of the organizers up a farmer driving a wagon and at the
court reserved its decision.
Ex-Governor Andrew C. Curtin of
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Jacks • County
to travel overland to California. “Uncle down froffi his seat. They jumped into
Pennsylvania is seriously ill.
Nickell, P slntiff,
Tom” acted frequently as guide for the wagon and drove rapidly away.
Orders for Hack«, Buggies and Riding
Voatlbulod train* of Elegant
Horace promptly attended 10.
nd«nt. \ i
F. M. Fredenberg.
Ark., from the recent cyclone will not General Fremont. He was selected by
I tXRCUI KMl ANL
der of sale issu»
i .i oi
care will be used to prevent accidents, but
absolutely the only Successful Machine for
patches of General Scott in Mexico to
of the circuit cour
the »fare of Ort-tror
will be responsible for none should they occur ening things out again has begun.
F arlo *- ■
Fort I.^pr<pworth and met with many Intereating Itenia Picked Out Iroui the this purpose; $42.50; Write for Circulars. Jackson county,
to tne directed. <L
Tfir*'Cuin 111 fiutTi''nriTrttr~Aw>c‘i
tbe. t tMi e.riencei while engaged ia
the 17th day of ’
tuber, 1804. upon a
W. SMITH A Co J MYSTIC. IOWA, cree
DINING W ill refuse to du livery work on credit.
“■«■nurt on lite 8th d*.
World’s Fair by the pope have been re this duty. Boggs was n>)ther in-lavi_'
_8«^> t e m b er, J 894
or of the above-nan,
turned, accompanied by an autograph and the companion for many years of
Every machine made
the" pianiti h and ’r
letter of thanks from President Cleve “ Kit " Carson, and his stories of his life
Searles of the sugar trnst, and Allen authority iroin W Smith, is an imiiation atl P per cent, per
i nip, *nd f<
infringement on oiir machines. We will siAmof $30 attor
with the noted scout were interesting in Seymour of the stockbrokerage firm of and
prosecute every man who mikes, uses or sells of] £7.14 and pla
r* co*t» i
Two men were killed by electricity at the extreme.
Seymour & Young, for their refusAl to any imitation ot the W. Smith machines in my*its in thte act
»nd the o<
FREE RECLININO CHAIR8;
Boston recently, and John Yager was
any form. Buy no grub er stump-puller of ujmn this writ,
General A. M. West, who was candi answer questions put to them by the this form, unless the name of W. Smith is bu V of toe follow
killed at New York while trimming a
Making It* servie* *eoond to none In the
lamp. Two horses were shocked to date for vice president on the Greenback All the cases will come up for argument For further ip format ion and cuts showing Lots 1 and 2and
SR1.4 of 8R1-4 o
Tlcaat* arson sate at all prominent rail
ticket with Ben Butler in 1884, died at
latest improved forms, write W. Smith & Co., 15, township 36 a, i
. Juekson oout*^Ore-
road tick. : offlec*.
horough instruction and practi - death at Newark, N, J.
F >r tmtber tnlormatlon aak the nearest
cal Drill in all Entriteli K.ancbea. A Com-
Jf rs. Christine M. Lathrop, one of the West was well known in politics, having
iano lying and L it,g In Jackson county.
road agi n", or addr>**a
ir. Diete Bualnew (.'nurse. ‘ Normal Training
C. I. KDI»Y. General Agent,
legatees of $100,000 under the will of served in the Mississippi legislature. He
for Teacheni’ Cert Bleat es a Specialty.
1 have levied upob s id will offer lor sale on
4. W. Ca3KY.Trav.PaM Agt.
Senator Stanford, died at the home of was elected to congress just after the Nelson is giving a great deal of atten
TWENTY YEARS SUCCESSFUL EXPERI
tion to the special mail service in large
Saturday, Aovembei 3, 1894,
war but congress refused to seat him cities. He has ordered prepared maps
Saratoga, N. Y., after a brief illness of and all others from the seceding states. of all the large cities showing the sur
at 2 o’clock p. m.. at the frontdoor of the
TIRMS Or TUITION.
Court House in .11 ¿sonvllle, Oregon, nt
He served in the Confedeate army.
One Month, tn advance,...
face car lines with a view* of having
public auction to t
■** '» binder
Three Month«, in advance,
John Jackson, who performed one of
according to the j
b alona of said decree,
The Republican state central com- mail cars run over them. He expects to
Six Months, In advance....
the abovc-d<*scrlbe* i > petty.
One Year, In advauce.......
mit.ee of Kansas has made public a give his attention especially to carrying
recently died at Annapolis in the house statement from Peter W. Kline, the de mail on electric cars which run from
if <>1 Jackson (Jo., Qr.
H A . 8. Barne«, Deputy.
of correction. While the Union fleet posed “Lottery King" of Kansas City, the centers of cities to the suburb« and
Dated Septem bei 22 1894.
was trying to go up the Savannah, Jack- of a most sensational character, charg to adjoining smaller towns. Cable cars
Shorthand, Typewriting and Telegraphy
son swant out to a dangerous torpedo ing that Populist state officials, includ may be utilized where possible, but Mr.
Administra or’s Sale of Real
which lay in the channel and removed ing Attorney General Little, Governor Nelson is of the opinion that only elec
its cap, rendering ii b-rmless. The gov Lewelling, hie private secretary, F. J. tric cars running long distances will lie
ernment gave him a medal. Drink was Close, State Coal Oil Inspector Taylor profitable fot carrying the mails.
In the County Con t of tbe State oi Oreg-on,
la the Portrait work turned out his ruin.
lor tbe County
jack«on, anting tor tbe
and others have demanded and collected
Acting Chief Din woody of the weather
transacthin of p> .lie txirinee*.
In Chicago Mrs. Martha Pehike, lately from him money aggregating several bureau has issued a special chart illus I
lu the matter ot ih.* estate of Haskel Amy,
from Utah, disguised herself in man’s
trating graphically by six map# the ori MONEY
otice is hkk by given that the
pgoTo clothes and glued a heavy black mus thousand
undersigned, «» administrator or the estate
Acting Secretary Sims of the interior gin and progress of the West India hur
WE OR OTR DRALER8 cam aell
tache to her upper lip. The disguise was department has asked the attorney gen ricane, which lasted from Sept. 24 to 29.
of Haskel Ainy, <1 c xmsd, by vlrtueof an or
you machine»cheaper than you can der and lie n*e ol lire above-entitled court.
elaewhere. The NHW HOIHK la In the above-entlii. <1 matter, dated June 17,
The above name on a photo is a and to make a sale of property. She was ets! to direct the proper United States The weather observers along the coast K«t
— AMD —
but wemak«cheaperltln4a. 1893, wlll oa
attorneys in California to institute pro report that as a result of the warning no ourbeat.
guarantee of superiority.
and IDEAL for $25.00
unlucky, however, in dropping the mus ceedings against all trespassers on all ships were damaged. The warnings and CL11HAX
up. Call on onr agent or write
Monday, October 15, 1894,
trade, and If
forest reservations in that state. It ap were also of great value to the rice in prices, term* and your
Photos from label to life size.
TH» I» THS
and the latter promptly landed her in a pears that the sheepmen have torn down terests, and the damage was slight. win, we will have It. We challenge at 10 o’clock A. u. oi said day, proceed to sell
public sale on the premia«^ inOntral Point
the world to produce a BETTER at
While in Medford call at our police cell.
Jackson County, Oi
I IM loilow-
the notées of the government to cease The goods in Charleston, S. C., were f
GREAT SHORT LINE
50.00 Sewing machine for $50.00 rtreoinct,
described real property bclongiiur to MM
Antonio Crevas, a noted scientist, has trespassing and have allowed their sheep moved long before the storm tide ar han the NEW HOME, or a better
Studio and examine our work.
bo much thereof aw may be n<ccana
just reached Oaxaca, Mexico, fron. To- to pasture On the reservatioas. There rived, and $1,000,000 worth of property $30.00 Sewing Machine for $30.00 ry to pay the debts ot the estate, to-w.t:
than the CLIMAX, or a better $25.00 Klrut— The
Medford, Oregon. baseo. While exploring a wild, wooded is
of Keo 3?Twp 37 S, K 2 W,con
no provision made for guardians or was saved.
machine for $25.0O than the IDEAL,
taining 180 acre«.
district in the valley of the San Pedro WatChÀen for the reservations, and the
which you can buy from us or our Second -The N
of Sec 3, Twp 37 8, R 2 W,
The leading results of the investiga Agents.
being the land und pfeniiaes now occupied
river he came upon an ancient village only way the interior department can tion
containing 164 25 acres.
surrounded by eight pyramids. These prevent trespassing is by prosecuting
California by the census office, con O sjxox , tai Boerog, M a «*. ttUtnos S qcam ,K.T. Third—A strip of land 8 ch« wide and 4u chn
pyramids are 30 meters high and are offenders.
Iona, lying along and adjoining the west
Cmoioo, III. K t . L ovis , M o . D ula . i , T ua *.
ducted by Special Agents Holmes and
And all Point» East and
side of the N
of Hee 3, being in the NE
constructed of brick and stone. Crevas
S ax rsAXcwco, C al . A tlanta , G a .
As required by the act of Aug. 28, Lord, are given in a bulletin just issued
of Sec 4, Twp 37 8 R2 W, containing 32.bit
will organize a company to make fur 1894, the director of the mint has ee‘i- by the census office. In regard to farms
FOR SALE •«
We will send you by mail post-paid one
N uts .—All of th»* above-described land Is
their Magnlllcaiit Track, Peerless Vostlbuled small evergreen tree adapted to your climate, ther explorations.
mated and the secretary proclaimed the the conclusion is that 23.92 per cent of
known aa the George W. Cooksey land, sold
Dining and Sleeping Car Trains
with Instructions tor planting and earing for
him to HnBkvl Am/ in his lifetime.
value of foreign coins The estimate of farm families hire and 76.08 per cent
, it. together with our complete list of Nursery
Fourth—The w of
ol Sec 3, Twp 37 8, R
275 Market St., San Franctero, Ca’tf.
stock. If you will cut out this advertisement, with friends at 3449 Wabash avenue^ the value of coins of countries having a own the farms, cultivated by th<*m; that
“ALWAYS ON TIME”
W,containing 80 acres, on which is the res
mark on it the name of this paper, and tell
Have given this r»df national reputation how many and what k’nd of trees and p ants Chicago, has for 45 days thrived on a single sflrer standard is made up on the 32.50 ]>er cent of farm-owning families
idence property of the family of baid du-
Adda**-« cl paaaengvrs earned un me vret: you would like to pnrehase, and when you diet of mineral water and drugs. Dur
average price of silver for the mouths own subject to incumbrance, and 67.50
Fimi—All th'* unsold portions of the EM of
tolled train* without extra charge. Shlpyour wish tn plant tbrm.
freight and travel over Ihis fam-ois line. All
ending Sept. 29, 1894, viz.: $0.(14127. per cent own free of incumbrance.
SEFJ. Sec 3, being that portion nut included
We wiU quote you lower prices on the stock
agent* have ticket*. Call on V". Adams, Agt, you want than have ever been offered you. ishment, solid or liquid, has passed his There has been added to the list the
within the town Inuits jf C» ntral Point in
Court' of the Kt st»* of Oregon
Among 100 families 24 hire their farms, In the Circuit
Twp 37 8, K 2 W,containing about 24 acres.
N\ P. Kai I way, or
Write at once.
lips. Once he attempted to drink some Tien-Tsin and Chee Foo taels of China. 25 own with incumbrance and 51 with-,
The land last a bo vc-d escribed will be Bold in
F. C. SAVAGE.
Trav. F. and P. Agt. EVERGREEN NURSERIES,
lots to suit purchasers—from one acre up.
weak beef tea, but could not swallow a These values are stated to govern in the out incumbrance. .On owned farms Sterlinge. Minnick,
248 Washington Street. Portland, Oregon.
TERMS OF HALE.
Evergreen, Door Co., Wis. mouthful of the beverage. Now, though settlement of customs duties.
•Hendricks, Nellie Hen
there are liens amounting to $46,767,837, Edward
dricks, William Ray. assbrnee
Onc-haJLcaBb down at time of sale, balance
quite proud of beating Dr. Tanner s
with Intcvest at 10 per cent, per
Harvard’s football team will not play
famous record of 42 days, he is anxious
forHlie benefit of cred
annum, Wlcrred payinentx to be secured, or
and this debt bears interest at the aver dnpks,
of tbe purchaser.
to eat but cannot. The professor is 6-1
age rate of 8.78 per cent, making the. egon. Ugt‘ ’Oda nt a.-
years old, his advanced age making the The reason is that Harvard does not average annual interest charge $299 to gY _ VIRTUE _____
. OF ____
waat to play more than two hard games
_ ord »-r of «Salo, issu»*d out of and under the By virtue of an order and license of said Coun
case more remarkable.
THE SHASTA ROUTE
seal o* the Circuit Court of lhe Slat«? of Ore
in a season, and under pre-existing
Court, dated December 5,
I will Bell at
The first news of a sensational case of agreements the Reds must play with bered farm on an average, is worth $11,- gon lor Jackson County, dated the 18th day of ty
private «ale, according to law tn buc I i case
September, 1894, jn favor of S. C. Minn ck. made and provided, the following described
▼ HR PLAT OF VALLEY VIEW ADDITION suicide is reported from Mount Risco,
Yale and the University of Pennsyl 233, and is subject to a debt of $3,406. Plaintiff, arid aga’nst the above-named regi property belonging to said esiatr. ON DE
| to Jacksonville having been filed in the
Defendants, for*thesum of $565.00, with Inter MAND, MADE TO ME AT ANY TIME, to-
County Recorder’s office, those desiring to N. Y. It was kept secret on account of vania.
The corresjwnding facts for homes are est
. SOUTHERN PACIFIC.
tbe»*eon frojii the 20th day ot August, 1894,
The undivided one-half Interest with O
purchase lots in this desirable locatioucan do the prominence of the family. The vic
that 60.21 per cent of home families hire at the rate*: bf TO p»*r cent, per annum, and wit:
Harbaugh in the following lot$ and blocks in
so by calling on tee undersigned at his office
Eapre*» Trato» beava i ortland Daily.
further sum of $75.00 attorney fi < s. «nd Amy and Harbaugh's addition to Central
Perfect title guaranteed and sales made a woman, who shot herself through the vard at Chicago, which was one of the of the home-owning families 77.30 per the costs and disbursements of and upon this Point:
writ, and tQ,m? directed, commanding me to
No. 11-»» No. 6, inciusive. In block No
:U r. M. Le*ve Kirtland '’Arrive 8.20 a .a-
head. Mrs. Butler was the widow of a terrible incidents of the railroad strikes cent own free of jncumlw. ice and 22.70 make salt of the following described properly: Lots
»• 4 “ “ 9.
H. K. HANNA, Agent.
M J - “ 12,
And by vtrtii»-.df sa<d execution I have duly
:H A. a. Leave
Leavel 5:06 a . m .
v.4> A.M.IArr1ve8aaFr*ncl»?oLe«yel 7:001*. M
ago. They did not live happily together plosion of a caisson at Evanston during families on an average 60 hire their Lots foijr,(4).five (5) and six (6) in section 30, ** ** J
** j ** •* 12
Above train* »top at all station* from
38 south, or range three west, and
Stock Farm For Sale.
and separated some years ago. She had the military maneuvers there ia August. homes, 9 own with incumbrance and 31 township
Portland to Alh«"- nclualve; *l*o T«ngent,
of the SEU of section 25 In township
** J “ “ 6.
lived in Mount Kisco 10 years and was will result in the trial by court-martini without incumbrance. The debt on 38 south, of rang»* four west of tin- Wf Ifamctt<-
Snedd«. Halaey, H'*rrt*burg, Junction, Ore
gon C*ty, irvlug, Eugene and »11 »tation*
Jackson county, Oregon; con
farm, situated on Evans creek, for sale at •bout 50 years old. A son was the re
owned homes aggregates $30.999,517, or taining 149.48 agreS. In accordance with <he
from Roaeburg to Aabland Inolualve.
•' sale .
a very reasonable figure. There are two hun sult
of their marriage, bearing the name Missouri. The officers against whom 34.68 per cent of their value, and bears provisrohs of sdid decree, I will on
O e-half cash do
ROSEBURG MAIL DAILY:
time of wile, balar.c
dred of good .and. 125 acres unde* cultivation,
st at 1») per cent, pe
with 200 bearing fruit trees, and SO acres sown of Guy, who is now in the West. It be tried for neglect of duty in connec interest at the average rate of 8.51 per
LBAVÌ7 __________ ARRIVE:___________
t>e secured, o
to < beat .and there art» also 30 acres of was said that it was on account of his
all cash, at option
sFai) a T m . Rostbuig
•.e purchaser. On con
tion with the two accidents are Captain cent, so that the annual amount of in
meadow. *The place ba« about 60 acres ot pine
a . M. I Portland . ...IUSO p . M
by tbe County Court
and oak on it. There is a good framehouse,
terest to each home averages $154; All at 2 o’clock P. M.. nt the front dobr of
aforewHt'i. and th
I payment of the pur-
and two barns and the usual outhouses on the life. The son had spent about all his William P. Vose of Light Battery F, average debt of $1,805 incumbora each Court House, in Jwk.oiiviile. Oregon. *eii
chase price of the
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
l, deeds of conveyance
place; also a good spring of water at the bouse,
while the place is otherwise well watered money and was constantly drawing on 8. Grimes, Light Battery A of the same home, which has an average value of all the right, ritle ana inte.«t of th« abovo- will be executed t<
HILAB J. DAY,
The outside range is also the best, it can be the mother for funds. Recently she re
nain>-d defendant* in and to the above-ue- Administrator of
■•state of Haskel Amy,
bough* for $3,250.60. For further particular
dec ea sed.
AND SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS
It May Do as Much for You.
B. F. PEART, Near Central Point ing it she open“d the stove and threw it
Sheriff of Ja<-E»on County. Oregon.
on *11 through Train*.
Dated September 20,1894.
into the fire. No one knows what the
Mr. Fred Miller of Irving III. writes that
trgar HlltK DtriBION.
v b I. Li > * L I
letter contained. She immediately went he bad a severe kidney trouble for many
FARM FOR SALE.
• i»wi. 'M» rujk.t y. All >
to her room and a few moments latoi years wttn severe pains in his back and When Baby w&i sick, we gave her Castoria.
u « • r* if
j fcharieTA?Ba!dwin &. Co.
MAIL THAIS* OAILT (ItXCSrT »Cap
Louie, «hop. - * i I. u «loffie*- Gr«auUMLC(M4vt:u-
When she was e Child, she cried for Castori&.
he undersigned has fob sale the servants heard a pistol Bhot. When also that his bladder was affected. He tried
■Iler ou «Mirth.
ar/ M Leave Portland Arrive: 5:36 P. M
own lots tn Ish’s addition to Medford, they reached the room they discovered
Acenlauutl* rn»m as _ _ _ _ prr
_ _ _ dur.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
riiVu. I Arrive Corvalll* Leavel ISt. a.
many so-called kidney cures,but without any
and also farming land adjoining and near to
One in a r*-». enea mean« a »ale to ali tho
When she hai Children, she gave them Castoria. >
~At A'bany and Oorva.nooonnect wlthtraln Medford, Oregon. For further particular* ad Mrs. Butler sitting in a chair, with a re good result About a year ago be began the
anywhere, an, dirt* nee. Complete, ready for
dress to Jacksonville po**-office or cail on mF volver clutchedjnjierhand.
ot Oregon Pacific Railroad.
use ot Electric Bitters an t found relief at
**’*’ when ahipt *-d Can be put ut by any one,
at my residence >n the Jacksonville-Medford
order, no retai ring, laata a hie
MBS. 8 K. 13H.
¡ m S
A moneymaker. Write
Backlen’t Anio* Bait*.
to the cure of ail kidney and liver troubles and
Portland ArnveilkttA. M
PACIFIC R. R
Lytle Safj & Lock Co.
W. Smith Grubber and Stump Puller
AN EVERGREEN TREE I
T'iie New Ecme Fewing Kachiufi Co.
East and South.
FULLim BUFFET SLEEPEBS
'•» r. u'lArrlv* MoMhioville Leavel 6-5.1
a . a
ajto A nkt and
*■ '« F *1^1
new Y ork .
often gives almost instant relief. One trial
The best salve in the world for Cuts, Brut will prove our sta’emeiit. Price only 50<:.
Account* of Bank* and Banker* received 4
Where to Go-
on favorable term*.
es, Bores, Ulcers, Balt Rheutn, Fever Bores, i for large bottles. At Dr. J. W. Rolauson’s
Bond* and InveMment Securltlei.
NtytLOR AT LAW Tetters, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns I drug-store.
No better house can lie found in Borl
and than the new Esmond hotel, con, ■ 0*11) Financial L*t er Mailed on Application, j
and all Hkia Eruptions, and poa<tive cure
COBBBSrON JENCB SOLICITED.
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder ducted on the American or European plan
Pile*, 01 no pay reqnlr-1. It is guaran
w A u *
with reasonable prices for al . Try it
World’s Fair Hlchest Award.
*• P. Harrison hC*.. Clark 10, CduidtM. *
may fee round o.
filo at Gee. P.
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