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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1902.
11 BKiiJtBl'S PEfflltLATEST 1JISPATCHES
His Halr-Brradu) Cocapo ¡,1 a
Thio of Danger.
• In the first place,'* said Mr. Ihonin
F CJeuimi, 1111 migiiKM r, living nt No
11; Post sir- 1, Salt lathe City, Utah
• ìmì '.'IO 1 fll yi'll of luy IHUTOtr «•••|l|M!
I will nay tlu,t my pohiti 11 i«:i b.ir.Lmo
Not only lire tile 1: >ti:4 long-—o imetiluuf
I mu olligtd to vvoik tw<uty-L>ur t<
thirty-six hours ut n aìri t< h withoct any
resi—but tlieiu is a eontinmv. Craiu 01
rispomiibility at cached,
•'Now this stinin nini lie k «4 rest had
In atm to h 11 ufoii pi«. 1 b,g tn co havi
» < lc In iii'.iuhes. I grew n
every little tiling b>tlioreil m ■. 'Linn .
I h enmv iirilnblu >u.d could fi’.’d U’f OM:
fon in anything. Very ofun •idi;-,
iie.-i would come »tur me, I would fv
so faint ileit I could hardly lmld my lie t
r” n: •’ with P r'l caui>< loss of his « tit
nini restii ss, wakeful light.«. I wiw >
worn out tbut 1 win wholly unfit for i.i,
"But I'm in good shape now,” wer'
on Mr. Colemun. "1 suffered ns I <lt
wrils-d I i you for ulsait three rems uni
iliiril.tr I lint tin:, took prescriptioUH In
Ike hi ore from sonie nblu physicians, liu
nothing gnvi me more tbiin teniiMiiiin
All this lime I was unfit fo>
vi oi k nnd, ns I l«-< ntnt* more and mori
run down in lanllli. I grew more tun
niorediHCouintr d. 'I lieu I >*w Dr. Wil)
i< 111 ■ Pluk 1 ills fol Pule Peojile llllvcr
tisid in a in wsj'ii|ier mid in AugiiNt
Lb(O, I I < gnii li.ku g (la in. I got relie
K.tti , it few do es m.d five boxes curei
N< : von* stiiiin ci d hard work are thi
«'litri s ot milch sii km ss. The systi n
Isci mi h run down, tin* nerves rack«-«
anil tin bh < d 1« ci II I s poor. The | owe
of Dr. Williams' Pii k Ihlls for Pale Peo
pie in the vest nijnl cr of diseases dm
to deimigi r i nts olila- nervous syHten
nr Io impure I 1< •• ’ll bl’s I m eli demi Hist tn: e<
in thoiir.- ri's < f ii s': la cm as reiiinrkubli
as that nf Mr. Co!« man.
I: is >i well eHinblislnil fnet that Dr
Wilbmi s' 1 ink I ills for Pule People an
nil unfailing s) is iHi for)oconi«>tor ataxia
lentia) |Miridv.-i«. St Vitus’ dnnee, sei
alita, iieiiruigin. ria un>ntism, nervou
lieni'nehe, ufter-efl'ei is of the grip, pnlpi
tation of ile> liemt. pule and sallow com
plexions, mid ull forms of wenknea
either in male or fetunle. At ul) ilrng
gists, or direct from Dr. Willinms Modi
cine Go., Schenectady, N. Y., fifty 'ent
per box; six boxes for two dolimi tur
SOUTH AND EAST
8:30 a tu
Ogden ................... 4:55 am
Denver ................. 9:30 am
Kansaa City......... 7:25 am
Chicago................ 6:42 am
Ar L oh Angeles...
Ar El Paso
Ar Fort Worth...
Ar City of Mexico.
Ar New Orleans..
Ar New Y irk ....
On both trains. Chair car* Sacra
mento to Ogden and El 1'aso, and
tourist cars to Chicano, St. Louis,
New Orleans and Washington.
\ Connecting at San Francisco with
the several steamship lines for Hono
lulu, Japan, China, Philippines, Cen
tral and South America.
See agent at Medford statloo, or
R. B. MILLER, G. F. Lt P. A ,
Tickets To and From
All Points East
SHORT LINE TO
ST. PAUL, DULUTH,
And Points East.
Through Palace and Tourlat Sleep
ers, Dining and Buffet Smoking Li
DAILY TRAINS, FAST TIME.
For rates, folders and full Informa
tion regarding tickets, routes, etc.,
call on or address
J. W. PH A LON, T. P. A.,
H. DICKSON, C. T. A.,
122 Third st., Portland.
a.B. C. DENNISTON, G. W. P. A.,
«12 First ave. Seattle, Wash.
P ortland , Ore, May 7.—A decision against Medford was ren
dered yesterday in the United States court in the case ofthe Sun
set Telephone and Telegraph company vs. Medford. Judge Bel
linger held that Medford had no right to impose a license of $100
per annum on the plaintiff company.
According to the decision the ordinance imposing the fine or
tax is null and void. The Judge said that a city can fix a license
only at figures which will cover the exjxmsse of issuing the license;
a city cannot add to the conditions under which a franchise was
originally granted. The town of Medford will have to show better
cause before the ease will be again considered by the court.
CENTRAL POINT NOTES
Miss Emma Nasbaum has been
visiting tier sister, who was quite ill.
Capt. W. Rawlings has sold 80 acres
oil liis farm near the town to Mr.
Rev. E. U.Lockhart preached at the
Mound school house last Sunday at 2
Ref. E. B. Lockhart went to Ashland
Monday, to attend the Prohibition
Mr. Zigler and ills wife, former
neighbors In Indiana of A. J. Brown,
are amoDg our late arrivals.
Prof. Hanbv has bought four town
lots In t lock 57, and has enclosed and
planted them in vegetables.
L. L. Jacobsof Med ford,accompanied
by bis wife and daughter, visited in
Central Point a few days ago.
Geo. Brown of Eagle Point and his
brother, William,of British Columbia
were In town Monday. The latter left
for his home Tuesday.
Mrs. Carey and Miss Bessie Perry of
G< Id Hill, Henry Schaefer and Miss
Clara Perry of Phoenix were In Cen
tral Point during the week.
Rev. Badger, Ashland’s Christian
minister, will preach in the Baptist
church in this place Sunday morning
and evening, at the usual hour.
Wiu. Wright of Willow Springs has
graded the road from the old Amy
place to the fair grounds, a distance of
one-half mile, In tine shape. Our town
stood the expense.
The lad les of the M. E Church gave
a concert, box social and apron sale
at Rostei hail a few evenings since,
which was much of a success. The
The school in this place was closed
last Friday, until fail, owing to the
diphtheria scare. No Dew cases of the
much-dreaded disease have developed
since the death of Ira Perry.
Mrs.Wm. Hoagland and Mrs. Chas.
Hoagland, who have been visiting
relatives and friends here and at Gold
Hill, left Monday for their homes in
Langeil valley, Klamath county.
Mrs. EdingtoD, who has been quite
11) for some time with bone erysipelas
at the residence of Jas. Shields. Is so
much improved that the farnllv will
leave for their home in Sam’s Valley
Preaching and organization of Sun
day school took place at Mound school
house last Sunday, as follows: super
intendent, Mr»: Lee Watkins: secre
tary and treasurer, Mrs. Lulu Perry;
teachers, Misdames Watkins and
Head and Miss Nellie Roberts.
MINES OF SOUTHERN ORE
GON; ALSO ELSEWHERE
Latest Reports From One of
Our Chief Industries.
Wm. Bohle tris sold his placer
mines, situated In Grave creek dis
Makes the bread
trict, to Mr. Wilson of The Dalles.
Two shifts of men are employed in
running a tunnel on the Orme quartz
mine, located in Foots creek district.
The prospects for the development of
a good mine are excellent.
Capt. Leavenworth, who is manag
ing the Nellie Wright mine, located
Alum baking powders are the greatest
near Gold Hill,recently received a car
AN "UNLIKELY STORY.
menacers to health of the present day.
load of machinery for the quartz mill
which will soon be installed there.
W ashington , I). C., May 7.—Considerable feeling is created at
CO.. M«W TOOK,
A half interest in the Yokum &
the capitol over a letter read by Mrs. I). M. Parrv, who recently
Madden quartz mine, in Grave creek
returned from Cuba, and claims that the Maine was blown up
disirict, has been bought by J. E.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Auten, and considerable work has
from an explosion on the inside instead of by Spanish treachery on
been done on the property, which
I. J. Phipps to Geo. Eads,lots5andtt,
the outside. Mrs. Parry read the paper before a local society in
shows up weil.
block 9, Medford; $350.
Indianapolis, Ind. She stated that the American government sus
W. E. Finney has bonded his quartz
J. S. Hagey to Henry E. Miller, lota
pected that the vessel was blown up from the inside, which ac
mine, situated in Steamboat district, 11, 12, 14 anil 15, block 1, Cottage Homo
to H. Kling, manager of the Seattle addition to Medford; $450.
counts for the reluctance of the War Department in having it
Cooperative Mining Co.’s prop James Helms to Henry Helms, parcel
erty in WatkiDs district, who will of land in d. 1. c. 58, township 37, s. r.
ALASKAN SUMMER BUSINESS
run a tunnel at once.
1 w.; $1.
James R. Williams to Sherman More
S eattle , Wash., May 7.—The usual summer rush to Alaska
lots 14, 15 and lti, block 16, Cen
who are Interested In copper mines house,
has already begun. Every out-going steamer is crowded with
situated in shelly creek district, Del tral
H. Helms to M. A. Anderson,
Norte county, Calif, recently made 147 Henry
passengers and supplies. There is a marked difference in
acres in d. 1. c. No. 58, twp. 37, s. r.
the travel this year, inasmuch that it is steady, instead of a wild
1 w., W. M.; $1,300.
have bonded them for a large sum.
John C. Tolman to Perry Meliza, 4.15
stam|K-dc, as in former years. The Porcupine district, Klondike
C. E. Wickstroiu’s placer mines, in acres in twp. 39, 6. r. 1 e., W. M.; $1.
Tanana river, Circle City, Nome and Copper river seem to be the
Pleasant creek district, are being suc John C. Tolman to Rufus King, 5.85
main points of interest to gold hunters this year.
Several good- acres in twp. 39. s. r. 1 e.; $1.
sized nuggets bare been picked
Elmira Vinson to Mrs. Maro Kilgore,
' ’ «P.
NEXT GOLD STAMPEDE.
among which was one weighing $55, iot 3, block 6, Ashland: $1,000.
another worth $25 and some ranging
Mary Kilgore to Florence Kilgore, lot
3, block 6, Ashland; $1.
from $10 down.
T acoma , Wash., May 7.—A schooner is being outfitted in this
J. Combers to Richard Beswick,
harbor to carry a party of gold hunters to the Siberian coast. Old
Work has been begun on the big 111 J. feet
of land, city of Ashland; $500.
dam the Golden Drift M ining Co. is
argonauts predict that the next great gold stampede will be on
Lane to J. T. Eads, lots 4 and 5,
putting in Rogue "iver; a few miles
45, Medford; $800.
cast of Grant’s Pass. It will furnish block
A. Whiteman to Barbara Eatell,
water for irrigating and power pur 160 A. acres
in sec. 4, twp. 36, a. r. 4 w.,
poses, as well as for operating the also water right on Fielder creek;
M anila , P. I., May 7.—Bavan, the Moro stronghold, is in the
Henry He’ma to James Helms, e. J of
The company which has bonded the
complete possession ofthe American soldiers. Several of the Moro
Eureka mine, iDSoldier creek district, d. 1. c. No. 57, twp. 37, s. r. 1 w.; $1.
chiefs were killed in the battle at the storming of the forts. Large
are putting in twocarloads of machi Chas. W. Harper to J. \V. Osborn,
bands of natives are coming in daily and laying down their arms.
nery. The property was recently power of attorney over lands in Jack-
visited by Geo. J. Coles, president of son county.
This troublesome province is in complete subjection.
H. C. Shearer to J. E. Shearer, one
the corporation, and T. Eidemiller,
third interest in Steamboat or Fowler
secretary of the Victory Mining Co.
WALL STREET FAILURES.
quartz ledge; $1.
The Gopher mine, which is situated
N ew Y ork , May 7.—Wall street has scarcely yet recovered
B S Frank, quartz c'.aim, "Summit
In Jump off Joe district, is showing up
well under the efficient management Quartz Ledge,” Sardine mining dis
from the shock caused Monday by the failure of several large Wall
of Thos. Lacy, the superintendent. trict, Oct 26th.
street firms. The brokers are making desperate efforts to get on
Thos Boyd, quartz claim, “ Slater
Considerable development work has
their feet again.
been done, and a body cf tine ore ex Quartz No., 4,” March 25th.
Chas R Ray, quartz claim, ‘'Slater
posed. 1 here Is a small mill at the
HOYS POSTOFFICE ROBBERS.
mine, which is doing good work.
Quartz,” Blackwell Mining district,
P ortland , Ore., May 7.—Charles and John Kotzani, two boys>
C. L. Mangum, the clever superin Feb
Enola Rav, quartz claim, “Royal
have been arrested charged with robbing the postoffice at Orient.
located in Louse creek district, while Oak," March 24th.
They plead guilty to the charge.
in Grant's Pass last week, exhibited
a bottle containing about $300 in
DANGER IS PAST.
nugget», many of which were worth
$3 to $5 each. That has already
H et T oo , Holland, May 7.—Queen Wilhelmina is slowlv gain A BRIEF RESUME OF HAPPEN from
proved to be a valuable property.
ing strength Her danger is considered past, and there is rejoicing
TIONS OF INTEREST.
The placer mine of Hayes & Jewel),
over Holland because of her favorable condition.
situated in Oscar creek district, not
far from Grant’s Pass, has yielded
VIEWING THE REMAINS.
J. S Eubanks, Sr., after an absence nicely during the past season. They
That’s a good name for
of many years, is visiting in Ashland. are among the best in Southern Ore
N ew Y ork , May 7.—Archbishop Corrigan, who died Monday E. G. B .rden of Woodville lias been gon. A number of good-sized nuggets
’s Emulsion. Children
night is lying in state at St. Patrick’s. Thousands have visited visiting his family at San Francisco were picked up there, including one
valued at $116 and two worth over $50 are like young plants. Some
the remains. The funeral services are not completed.
Tile Marks Drug Co. of Ashland has apiece.
will grow in ordinary soil-
BRET HARTE MOURNED.
D. Cameron, who has been develop
been succeeded by E. A. Siierwin and
ing an extensive placer proposition in Others need fertilizers.
W. M. Poley.
L ondon , England, May 7. Bret Harte, the famous American C. IL Thomas has been promoted to Pleasant Creek district, lias had his
The nature of some children
author, who «lied yesterday, is lieing mourned by |>eople all over the po-ition of assistant cashier of efforts crowned with success. He re
the Asnland bank.
England. He was held in high esteem here.
gold lie had cleaned up lately. prevents them from thriving
The ground for the proposed Cottage elegant
gone to Nevada, where re on ordinary food Such chil
BLOW AT BEEF TRUST.
Grove'-Bohemia railroad was broken side the parties
with whom he is in
by Gov. Geer, April 30th.
dren grow right if treated right.
C hicago , May 7.—The court hns lx«en asked to issue an injunc Rey. Mr. Glover, assistant to Bishop terested in this enterprise.
All they need is a little fer
tion against the beef trust in order to confiscate all goods shipped Morris, has been holding Episcopal Two phenomenally ricli gold strikes
are reported as having been made in
by the trust in violation of the law. This is considered a heavy
Montana last week. Gold assaying tilizer—a little extra richness.
Geo. W. Vaupel has sold his cigar from $51 to$2.800 a ton has been found
blow against the trust.
and confectionery business at Ashland in the claim of A iliiatn Myers at San Scott’s Emulsion is the right
to Ed. Thornton and A. E. Hildreth, Creek. Madi«on county, according to : rv atm ent.
Jr. He will not leave us.
reports just received. There is great
Fertilizers make things grow.
W ashington , I). C., May 7.—Admiral Sampson, who died yes Deeds, mortgages, leases, bo nds excitement < ver the discovery, and
terday of hemorrhage of the brain, will probably lie buried Friday,
kind of legal blanks—the latest and country. G Id ore assaying f'Otn S1.400 That’s just what Scott’s Emul-
with military honors. His wife is prostrated over his sudden end. best—are constantly on hand at T hk gold and 1.200 ounces of silver to $\ooo ion docs. It makes children
a ton gold lias been found in the
T imes office.
' REVOLT IN RUSSIA.
Daniel B. claim, owned by Tony Er-
Miss'Louise Ganlere has resigned heart, near Argeut», Beaverhead ;ro .’ in flesh, grow in strength,
V ienna , Austria, May 7.—The long-suffering peasants have her position as teacher In the Ash county.
grow rich blood, grow in mind,
public schools, and Miss Mamie
risen in revolt against the iron oppression of Russia. In the pro land
A wonderful gold strike at Silver grow happy.
McWilliams lias been appointed to till
That’s what we
vince of Constati, Russia, the regular troops charged the |>easants, the vacancy.
Peak, Southern Nevada, is reported.
The property is owned by the Blairs make it for.
with the result that 7G were killed and 200 wounded. Thirty-six C. Swett of Fortuca, Calif., who of
New Jersey, whobavespent a gene
Send for free sample.
leaders were captured and flogged to death. The peasants threw expects to return Ina short time to rous fortune in litigation. The strike
Chemists, 400 Pearl St., N Y.
a million pounds of sugar into the I)nei|>cr river previous to the locate. He has bought the old Jack- was made in the old workings. A aCOTT & BOWNF.,
50c and f i.oo; all druggists.
charge. The Russian soldiers Itdieve they have entirely crushed sou place on Rogue river.
seam, which developed into a store of
the incipient rebellion by their drastic measures towards the pri A large quantity of newspapers, treasure. $100.000 worth of gold and
suitable for wrapping, pasting on nuggets being taken out in one day 's
soners who fell into their hands. A number of sympathizers are walls, putting under carpets, etc., can
work. Charles Lane and J. W. Mackay
being cruelly beaten by the soldiery.
be obtained cheap, in quantities k have
endeavored to obtain tlie prop
suit, at T he T imes Printing House. erty. but the Blairs demand close to
The celebrated Snap Shot, the best $1,000,000 for it. The mines are
medicine in the world for allaying ln- situated about ‘■ixty miles from Tono
tlammatijn in mao or beast, can be pah and within forty miles of a rail
GIVES TOU HEALTH
found at Dr. Robihson’s diug road. The find is the greatest made
KEEPS YOU HEALTHY
store, also at Dr. HlDkle's, Centra) in years in Nevada, and in richness
exceeds eyen the Comstock.
The mrHt stubborn
Point. Trv it.
cases of Kidney, Liver.
Theorgatiization of the LastChance
John F. Fink of Tacoma, who was
Corn Ground and Summer Fallow Next.
a resident of Jackson county a number Gold Mining and Milling Co., of Ash
and all Diseases Arising
of years ago, was in Southern Oregon land, has been perfected by the fol
from Impure Blood vield
during the week. He now represents lowing directors being elected: O. C.
to Our Native Herba.
Prepared in Tablet or
one of the oldest and best shoe man Tiffany. R. P. Neil, H. L. Whited, D.
ufactories in the United States.
A. Applegate and L. L. Mulit. R. P.
200 DAYS TREATMENT S1 00
money back F
John W. Chapman, a former resi
vice-president, D. A. Apple
you are not cured.
dent of Jackson and Josephinu coun Mulit,
gate, secretary and treasurer, and O.
Rev. N M. H anmen .
ties, is visiting relatives and friends C.
Portland. Oreg., aaya: ' I
Tiffany, superintendent. The cor-
living in those counties. He has been poration owns the Last Chance gold
have received more bene
fit from Our Native
operating tn Union and Baker coun quartz mine and the first Westerly
Are prepared to make a new lag, G uaranteed "^ to R vn
Herbs for rouwHpation
ties lately, and disposed of some mines Extension, situated in Gall’s creek
and Kidney Trouble,
T rue , on short notice, and would suggest that it is’a good
to a good advantage.
than anv medicine I ever
district, two miles south ot Gold Hill,
time to overhaul the plows and get ready for business. Our
and it has set aside for sale 160,000
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Wm. Clarke’s Tybalt and Sir Staf shares at 5 cents each, or 40 per cent,
new foreman, Mr. Swanson, is proving to be just a little
Almanac. It i.i Free I
Mrs. N. 0. W ilsoi ,
better than any other smith in the county on plow and
gon, will be at the fair grounds near ceeds to be used for developing and
Central Point every day in the week. milling purposes.
Jack: .dlls, Oreg.
I excepting Saturday, when they can lie
TKUI ZO 0. BLISS CO.
found at Phipps' barn in Medford. The
A 'Trial Will Cony Ince You
I former 1# a handsome trover with a
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Safeguards the food
SOUTHERN OREGON NEWS
Trains ieave Medford for Portland
and way stations at 4:21 a. ni. and
6:52 p. tit.
Lv Portland. ...
Lv Medford . .
Ar San Francisco.
OUR TOWN LOSES CASE.
The Sowy Butte Shops
gtxxi record, while the latter is a big I Take Laxalire Brotnoy linlne Tablets. All
and sujx'rior «Irait horse. Tvbalt will , drugals«» refund «be monor It it falls to cure.
| he in Jacksonville Thursday.
Grove'S signature Is on each box. Kw
WA5iUS(HON, I». V,
pt»V upon receipt of $1.