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Kaiser as a Tcmpernuve Reformer,
phase in the versatile charac
CARNEGIE INSTITUTION j ter A new
of Emperor William conies into
KILLED BY TRAIN.
Walter Hoover ha» gone to Rose
view, lie m w appears in the guise of
dwell Bros. have been among our
to Cross the Traek in
Future Plans of the Washington a tempi rance reformer.
Governor pennover wnsclectcil governor ol the stnte on Lliellctno-
visitors during the week.
ticket two terms in the face of a big hepnblican majority,
C. E. Smith, manager of Hotel I.uy-
the English scheme for transferring the I
lie was noted principally for his inde|X‘ndeneeot thought, tio matter
ton, was witli us Thursday.
1 ownership of public houses from pri
what the consequences might lx.1, and this trait ot his caused
While trying to cross the track in
ADDRESS BY PRESIDENT GILMAN. vate individuals to disinterested and
Mrs. Geo. U. Stanley of Ashlaud lias
many |ieople to call him tin odd jx-rson. 'I’here are hundreds of
public spirited companies desiring only front of a train to save his dog .1. H. beeu visiting Mrs. .1. M. Keene.
stories illustrating his strong character,one ot which is the time he
Kus burn, a notion dealer and peddler,
Director« I’erfectlua u Scheme of i
M. Daeinmer, Jr., and his wife have told president Harrison to attend to his business and he (Pennovcr)
has been initiated in Germauy tinder I was struck on the head by the | Hot of
Work and Will Issue a Detailed
and engine Wednesday, and instantly returned from Oroville, Calif.
would attend to his affairs.
Statement This Year—Some of the
E. J. Farlow ami 1). High of Ashland,
killed. The accident happened at
IIOliRS MAY RIJECT PEACE.
Objects That Áre to He Enconr-
Dr. W. Bode ot Weimar. Baron Dan Gold Hill. Bayburn had been travel spent Wednesday night iu Medford.
apetown , S. a ., May 31.—Fears are felt that the Boers will
Mrs. W. L. Barnum was at Ashland
iel von Diergardt, who has established ing through the country selling notions
Dr. Daniel C. Gilman, president of one of the new public houses on liis es from his wagon. He was cutting some this week, tho guest of Mrs. W. H. reject British jx-ace terms. The delay of the |x‘ace negotiations on
the part of the Btxn s has caused great uneasiness in diplomatic us
the Carnegie institution and ex-presi tates in Silesia, has received from the grass for his horses on the railroad Gilbert.
dent of Jolina Hopkins university, ad civil cabinet of the emperor the follow track when the work train iu charge
as financial circles here,ami cause jx'ople to tear that the Boers
J. B. Hillis of Pleasant creek and
dressed the American Philosophical so
ing reply to a report ou the activity of of Conductor Geo. Gillette hove in Chaa. Terrill of Brownsboro made our do not intend to treat with the British.
ciety the other evening at the sessiou
sight. The peddler's dog was on the city a visit recently.
a skirmish occurred yesterday between the two opposing forces,
»f the annual meeting held in the Uni the Public House association which be
side of the track
versity of Pennsylvania Museums of
J. C. Whipp of the Southern Oregon but the casualties are not known.
Science and Art. says the Philadelphia peror and king has been pleased to au the train approached, and fearing Marble Co. was among our visitors
SENATE SOON ADJOURNS.
Dr. Gilmau's subject was thorize me to say that all efforts which the dog would attempt to cross
during the past week.
W ashington , D. c., miiv 31.—The senate expect« to adjourn
“The Advancement of Knowledge by have for their object the restriction of the nutn started across himself,
Downing Bros., who live at Sisson, June 25. This week concluded the Philippine civil government de
tlie Aid of the Carnegie institution.” the consumption of alcohol and the ep- He miscalculated the distance and
He described briefly the object of An (Tglitenment of the public regarding its WM instantly killed. Coroner Picket Calif., and Beno, Nev., reei>ectively, bate. Cuban reciprocity and the Isthmiancanal bill will lie acted
drew Carnegie in giving $10,000.000 pernicious moral and economical conse investigated and found no one to are in Medford visiting their relatives. upon before adjournment. Votes on the Philippine bill will I k taken
for the foundation of the institution
quences are assured of bis majesty's blame. Deceased was about 50 years
Geo. Porter is at Ashland, where ho next Tuesday.
and the labors of the trustees of the
Hie majesty has old and lived in California.
holds the position of night clerk at
A NEW YORK SCANDAL.
fund in determining the way in which
therefore manifested a lively Interest
Hotel Oregon, whicli he fills quite ac
the income shall be expended.
new Y ork , Mav 31—Several warrants have been sworn
"I take pleasure in introducing to i In the endeavors which flud expression
out for a nunilx'r of silk importers, who will be charged with con
you a yo ig pira nt for support,” be- In the programme of the German As
Dr. W. 8. Jones and Chas. Strang spiring to defraud the government. It is claimed the government
“The Carnegie Insti sociation For Public House Reform as
Decoration Day was fittingly ob-
were at Ashland this week, taking a has been cheated out of $600,000 a year or a total ot $6,000,000,
ll 1 refer, needs the based upon the Scandinavian and Eng served everywhere. Some claim that
tution. o- “
in tho Knights Templar Degree
elder institutions of lish precedents. His majesty hopes to it is a hollow mockery to decorate the
by importers and custom house officials undervaluing Japanese
ions gifts which you hear more of the matter when these ef graves of those departed, as the grave of Masonry.
and Chinese silks and other wares. The scandal was unearthed
• been made for the
A. W. McPherson, who has been in
forts have assumed • more definite is no more than an empty (shell from
bv Assistant Attorney General wtekman Smith.
cause v ' rviigun, for the relief ot sui
which the spirit has fled; but leteynles Southern California for sometime, is
fering and ailing humanity and tor form.”
THUNDER MOUNTAIN ROAD.
Upon the instance of the emperor a sneer as they may, there is something visiting with relatives living in Griffin
education in the ways of museums.
May 31—Portland business men decline the
Now Is the time when gifts are being bill has been introduced in the Prussian touching and hallowed in the rever
road to Thunder mountain. They refused
made solely for the advance of science.
They claim that the Ixmcfits to
Previously science has been advanced cense laws, and it is not unlikely that shows how our aims, ambitions and in Ashland Friday, attending Decora to raise the amount required.
through the universities, the learned we may soon hear that they are having lives are bound up and linked with tion Day services, in which the former lie derived by way of trade will not justify the exjicnditure asked
societies, the colleges, the museums as lively times in the fatherland as those who have gone before us. It took a leading part.
by those interested in building the road.
and the technical schools. Now there New York has over the Raines law.
brings out tho very best there is in hu
Supt. Berriam of thqU. S. hatcheries
can ’ t eat meat .
are new channels being opened. One
man nature, and turns our thoughts will soon make a visit to relatives in
is the action of the government in the
hicago , Ill., May 31.—There is a meat famine in Chicago.
Impositions Upon Merchants.
to better and holier things. It subdues Illinois. He will go to Clackamas dur
different departments where investi
Not it pound of meat has been delivered for two days, owing tb
The leading merchants of Syracuse, us. It shows us there is something be ing the coming week.
gation and research are being carried
the strike of the teamsters ami the influence of those who sympa
on. The biological station at Wood's N. Y., have formed an agreement aim
F. W. Hollis and J. H. Butler went
connection it Is interesting to note that
with their cause.
Vegetable, fish and poultry men are
Holl, in New England, is another and ing to accomplish three things—first,
to Gold Hill Wednesday
a valuable one. The Institution For to confine their advertising to the with all races of people and in all ages, look after the remains of the peddler doing a rushing business. It is impossible for them to supply the
Pathological Research, founded by newspapers: second, to refuse to buy, is observable the same reverence of the who was killed by a train.
demand,and iti certain shops the buyers stand in line, the same
John D. Rockefeller, has a field dis- except as individuals, tickets to bene living toward their dead. The an
There is no immediate
0. B. Williams of San Francisco, one as in the postoffice, awaiting their turns.
cients in Egypt built costly tombs of
tinct'from the medical schools.
fits and the like; third, to bring about rare workmanship, where were entomb of the promoters of the Fish Lake prospect of a settlement.
“Now comes a very great gift. It is a better discrimination in the matter of
ed their mummied dead. The most Ditch Co.'s enterprise, arrived at the
150 years from Franklin, the founder
savage tribes in the world show the scene of operations this week.
of our society, to Carnegie, but the discounts.
These subjects have long been under same respect, only in a different form,
characteristics of both are alike iu
Ward Webber has returned from 9
many respects. One was a philosopher. discussion by the merchants of Syra in keeping with their manner of living.
He has leen attending the
The other makes no such claim, but cuse. and the action taken is the result Almosi every school boy knows how
he is in sympathy with the philsso- ot many consultations and conferences. the American Indian buries all of the Oregon Agricultural College and mak
ing excellent progress.
phers. Some say we cannot use the In explanation ot the agreement, one
most valued treasures of the chase
Income from his fund. It is $590,000 a of the merchants said to the reporter
C. C. Chitwood, tlie druggist, who
IL M. Coss of the COSS PIANO IIOVSE hus just
year. Twenty departments could be of a local paper: “The effect ot the with the warrior, around whom death has been at Cottage Grove for some
from Portland, where he made his final uirrangc-
had folded its dark cloak. No tribe is
defined in the Institution's scope, and
time, pns-cd through Medford one day > incuts with the Filer's Piano House for the
each claims twice the entire income agreement is to do away with certain so degenerate but it pays tribute to its
this week, en route to Ashland.
for immediate necessities. The exist impositions that have been practiced dead.
agency for the foliowing pianos and organs:
Mrs. C. H. Pierce has returned from
ing state of Intellectual activity and upon the merchants for years. It has
If The Baby la Cutting Teeth.
come to bfi well understood that there I
advancement demands is.
San Francisco. She informs us that an
Be sure aud use that old and well-tried reme
“The trustees of the fund number is no class of advertising that is worth I dy.
Mas. W inslow ' s S oothing S vhop . tor operation has been performed on her
thirty, chosen from all parts of the the moujy it costs excepting in the reg children teething, ft soothes the child, sort- husband's limb, which promisee to be
gums, ailays all pain, cures wlndooltc
country. Few are what are popularly ular publications, such as tlie dally and and the
Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Tweatj- entirely successful.
known as educators. None is at pres weekly newspapers. Taking the sec Hye cents a bottle.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Graves of Mace,
ent connected with a college, for the
ond proposition, that of benefit tickets,
Idaho, are in Medford, for the lieneflt
Income is to be distributed to no rival
ARE WORKING AGAIN.
we have long suffered from all sorts of
of the latter’s health. They were ac
of seven is appeals, even at times being threat« ned
companied by Victor Boone of Y'aqulna,
If Medford would put up a rock pile Mrs. G.’s brother.
now studying out the |. :is for the in with loss of trade unless we purchased
stitution, and by the early autumn we for this, that or the oilier benefit, and advertise for hoboes this place
-David Gibson and his family have
will draw up a statement of our re dance, raffle or what not."
would not be such a popular place for
For the following Counties:—
sults. We want ideas from any one •The impositions from which the Syr gentlemen of that stripe. This is the gone to Leland, Josephine county,
about this work. Three or four dif acuse merchants seek to rid themselves time of the year they begin migrating where they will find employment in the
ferent ideas pass before us. We might are common to retail tradesmen of al to the north,and hardly a day passes cook-house of a mining enterprise >)
help institutions already founded, such
managed by F. P. King.
as that at Wood's Holl. We might most every city and town of the coun but some of them are around canvass
F. 1. Dunbar and Chas. 8. Moore,
For lowest prices and best of terms, see H. M. COSS
found instit tions for chemical, physic try. who might find relief by entering ing citizens.
People misled by charitable inclina Iiepublican candidates for secretary of
al, astron, '«al or economical re- into a similar agreement. There is no
His motto is small profits , quick
would be large ways, good reason why the merchant should tions may take it for granted that de state and state treasurer, have been S sales , perfect satisfaction and qualitv unsurpassed.
••ould need no large ex- feel bourid to invest in various kinds of serving men are not going about tlie looking after their fences in Medford
ny are engaged in lm- cheap advertising which is practically streets begging for money. A good and other parts of Southern Oregon.
i where small pecuniary worthless to him or to buy benefit tick many worthy men are at times
A. A. Davis, who lias been looking
assistance juld be very valuable. A ets to all sorts of entertainments which
■ forced to beat tbelr way over the rail- i fter his mining interests in Shelly
little mon _>• cou><l be given here or
Head office, MEDFORD, OREGON.
be does not expect nor is expected to | road; buttbey don't go about adver-
creek district, Josephine county, got
there for au instrument or a piece of
apparatus or a small sum of money attend. Of course if be wants to do It ; tising their needs except to look for back during th« week. He is well
work The hobo or tramp, on the pleased with tho prospects.
given outright. It will be extremely that is his own affair.
other hand, makes a study of how to
difficult to decide just who should get
The report that Chas, H. Pierce, who
The recent Chicago election indicates work upon the charitableness of
went to San Francisco to have his leg
“Another field is tlie publication of tliat "Bathhouse John" Is still in the people.
It is an art, a profession
operated on, was obliged to have the
memoirs which would otherwise never i swim.
with them. One will goabnut with
limb amputated, is without foundation.
be printed. A very considerable part
a limp,claiming he was hurt in a mine
One on Chicago.
of the income might be given to this
He is getting along as well as could be
While In Chicago Ciinton Fiske hnd or some other place. Another will expected.
Again we might encourage tlie opening
A T I T
But if you are going East wri
of the government laboratories at guests at luncheon in one of the most | have his arm in a sling and present a
Nate Bates of Grant's Pass and Miss
Washington to students from colleges popular restaurants of tlie city. Mr. I card asking for help. There are firms
us for our rates and let us tell vo
and universities. Don't tell me there Fiske's order included potatoes Paris I in the East that make a’business of Mazie Kame of Central Point precinct,
about the service and accomm
is money enough to go round. Many iennes.
I manufacturing such things as are a young couple well and favorably
dations ottered by the
who have written me letters will be
“What's that you said?” asked the needed by hoboes and tramps for known in Medford, have been united in
disappointed. They liave heard the waiter.
carrying on their profession. These matrimony. They have tho congratu
founder's desire that those worthy be
“Potatoes Parisiennes,” repeated Mr.
print all kinds of cards, make artifi lations and beet wishes of many friends.
assisted, and they write. ‘I am he.’ Fiske.
sores so natural tliat no one but
THROUGH TOURIST CARS via the
Some of these manifestations of per
Tlie waiter looked puzzled, "Say,
There is more catarrh iu this sec loot of the
verted intellectual activity would make ! boss.” said he confidentially, “do you an expert could tell the difference,and country than ail other diseases put Hogetber,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL from PACITIC
hs was BUppO d to
study up all kinds of novel ideas best incurable. For a great many yearsesdoctors
or.e weep—or laugh.
want them potatoes boiled or fried?”
COAST to CHICAGO and CINCINNATI.
The main influence ot the fund will ‘ Arago, trie great
’it scientist, calculated to reacli the pockets of focal remedies, and by constantly failing to
be turned where it will do tlie most' dreaded nothing more than seeming people through their heart-«.
Don t fad to write us about vour trip, as we are
cure with local treatment pronounced it In
Science has proven catarrh to be a
good. Funds will be advanced where , ridiculous, He was carefi I of his dig-
The hobo buslnest has reached big curable.
in a position to give you some valuable informa
constitutional diseas»1, and therefore requires
they are most needed. There will be nity even witli his tnosc Intimate proportions. There i- a great army of constitutional
treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure,
tion and assistance. 531!) miles of track, over
by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo.
no rivalry between any different Ideas; friends.
them scattered ail over the United manufactured
is the only constitutional cure on the
which is operated some of the
all will work together as Carnegie; Eugene de Mirecourt gives an ntnus- , Statesand tbeyempli y their ingenuity Ohio,
market. It is taken Internally In doses from 10
wished In making tlie gift
Ing account in his “Portraits et Sil
and mucous surfaces of the nystem. They offer
"I bespeak for tlie new institution a ' houettes «lu XIX Slecle” of Arago's I money without working. Many of i one
hundred dollars for any case it fails to
great patience. Tlie advancement of mortification at having to sitare a them show cunning worthy of a cure. Send for circular and testimonials.
F J CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O
true knowledge is slow. By making a room witli Ills friend M. Quctelet, di
I'or particular« regarding freight or passenger
Sold by druggists.
pect of g< od, healthful toil are about
firm foundation we will tie adding to rector of the Brussels observatory.
Hall s Family Pills are the best.
rates call on or address
the only things they dread or will
tli«' knowledge of mankind, and It will ’ They were at Louvain. When it up- serve Io keep them away from a place.
J. C. LINDSEY,
B. H. TRUMBULL,
be of service whether or not it attracts petireil tliat tlie l»est accommodation As most, eveiyone know«, there is a
T nt vomniuner,
attention. 1 ask for suggestions that tliat could be given them was one sort of free masonry among them, by
[Mr. Hryan's Paper. |
we may liave tlie best thought of th«! room witli two iteds. Arago seemed which they leave signs telling others
142 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
country to help this new institution,' much disturbed. When they went to to avoid certain places and what in six montan from date of the first
unique in the world, tlie largest gift tlie room, he paced the floor Impatient houses or towns arethe easiest work issue a circulation of 100,000 copies, a
ever made to the advancement of ly. while the Belgian astronomer ed.
record probably never equaled in the
history of American periodical litera
watched Kim In astonishment.
The unparalleled growth of
President Henry S. Pritchett of the
Finaliy Arago seemed to form a des- !
this paper demonstrates tliat there is
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | perate resolution. He exclaimed, “I :
room In the newspaper field for a
nlso spoke during tlie evening on tlie oti'.bt to tell you, my <l«ar friend, that,
national paper devoted to the dis
ours if you try=----- -------- -
subject, “ I he Relation of the Amer- It Is impossible for me to sleep '.tnless
cussion of [Mditlcal, economic and so
i y to Science.”
1 have on
, lieutl a cotton nightcap!"
To the columns of I
“Faith, tliat Is my own habit," re
The Commoner Mr. Bryan contributes
Int For ( pholaterf.
plied M. Quetelet. “Many persons cov- ¡
his best efforts; and bls review of
j political events as they arise from
lioned r«-d and black and er their heads so when they go to'!
; time to time can not fall to interest
green and I .ck calico in very small bed."
Z”'' g mzx ,nd our» is m Mrona we
those who study public questions. Arethe Leading Dealers in Gent’s Furnishing Goods, Hats. Boot
r CT guarantee n cure or refund
figures has been revived ns n cotton
"Do you think so?” said Arago with I 1 * ,1|
w« ■ wr money, and we aend yon
The Commoner's regular subscription
and Shoes. Crockery Glassware. Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco
print for jf>u littery and is especially a sigh of relief. “But that is not all. ' free trial bottle if you write for it.
' price is #1.00 per year. We have Ar
SHILOH'S costs 25 cents and will ewe Con
liked for backing a portiere. Ono of When I Bleep, I snore.”
Confections, Tropical Fruit«, Stationery, Notions, Etc., Etc.
ranged with Mr. Bryan whereby we
sumption. Pneumonia, Bronchitis and all
“Alt, so do I. I make ns much noise
ttie latter, of dark green cordudoy, bad
Lung Troubles. Will cure a cough or cold
can furnish bls paperand T hk W bkk -
in a day, and thus prevent seriou» results.
a fining of the green and black print as a pipe organ,” returned the Belgian.
ly T imes together for one year for!
It has been doing tnese things for SO years.
that was quite effective.
•2.00. The regular subscription price:
S. C.WELI.S A Co . Le Roy. N.Y.__________
said Arago, muvh consoled. “Let us ^Karl’s Clover Root Tea corrects tw Stornai^ . of the two papers when subscribed for i
separately is *2 50.
go to bed.”
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