First Prompt Justice Io Philadelphia. The largest sum ever p»id ’or » prescription changed hands in San Francisco Aug 30. 1901. The transfer Involved in coin and stock «Hi,- 500 and was paid by a party of business men tor a specific tor Bright's Disease and Diabetes hitherto Incurable diseases. They commenced the serious investigation of the specill< Nov. 15, 10 JO. They Interviewed scores of the cured and tried it out on its media by putting over three dozeu cases on the treatment and watching them. They also go physicians to name chronic, Incurabl cases, and administered it with the physician or judges. Up to Aug. S5 »tghty-seveu per cent, of the test cases were either well or pro gressing favorably. There being but thirteen per cent, ot failures, the parties were satisfied and closed ihetrans- ■t! i The proceedings of the inves igattng ini: ee und the clinical reports of the ttst s were published and will be mailed tree . q-p.icat'OD. Address JOHN J Fvt.TOK CO. Sila*» cl Day Philadelphia is sometimes spoken of as being alow. In one respect the (junker City must la1 exonerated from that charge. Certainly there was noth ing slow about the bringing to Justice <>f Murderer Lane, the negro butler, who was sentenced to deuth within seventy-two hours after having com mitted a triple tnurder. He killed a woman and one of her daughters and fatally wounded another daughter on one day. wits arrested on the same day. arraigned on the following day and convicted and sentenced to death on the third day. The Philadelphia Press Insists that there was no undue haste In the pro ceedings and that the negro was ac corded ail tlie rights and privileges to which a person accused of a capital crime is entitled. lie had a fair trial, says The Press, and all the forms of law were strictly compiled with. There was no element of doubt as to the coni mission of the crime, as the murderer admitted his guilt, and this unques tionably facilitated the proceedings. The ease furnishes a remarkable ex ample of prompt justice under legal forms and is in striking contrast to a large majority of murder trials, which drag along months Htid even years be fore the ends of justice are reached. Perhaps if there were less of the law's delay in flagrant and brutal murder cases where the Identity of the mur- derer is reasonably apparent there would be less Inclination on the part of people whose sense of justice has been outraged to resort to the jurisdic tion of Judge Lynch. While It is not the desire of orderly and law abiding people that the conviction of criminals should be unduly hastened or procured without a deliberate compliance with the legal forms, there Is no doubt that tlie technicalities imposed to retard justice bring not a little popular dis repute upon our system of criminal jurisprudence ALL WOMEN Wine of Cartlui is the guardian of a woman's health and happi ness from youth to old age. It helps her safely into womanhood. It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood, making labor easy and preventing flooding and ttiis- carriage. It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as the change of life. WINE'CARDUI cures leueorrluva, falling of the womb, and menstrual irregularity in every form. It is valuable in every trying period of a woman’s life. It reinforces the nervous system, acts directly on the geni tal organs and is the finest tonic for women known. Ask your druggist for a $1.00 bottlo of tt iuc of Cardui. JACKSONVILLE Notary Public Real Estate Agent, and I'. S. Commissioner for Jackson County. Abstracts made to Titles of • Lands. LEGAL DOCUMENTS. ■II Kind drawn up especiallv pertaining tc the settlement of estate* Accounts Solicited, Prompt Remittance. MONEY LOANED. Invatment securities a wpeuuMiy. Jackson County Scrip bought and sold. have a complete set of maps of all surveyed lands in this county, and receive Abstracts monthly from Roseburg Land Office, the Land Department of the t • if. R. R. and th. Lana Department at Salem of all new entries made 1 am thus prepared to make out home« stead papers and take proofs thereon. Also I lake tilings and proofs of timber lands, and can save to parties the expense of a trip to the Ruseburg land office Batesville, Ala.. Joly 11, 1900. I am wring Wiue of Cardui and Thed ford s Black-Draught and I feel like a different woman already. Several la dies here keep the medicines in their homes all the time. 1 have three girls aud they are using it with me. Mr*. KATH BROWDER. For adrlee a«<l literature, address, giving symptoms, “ The Ladies' Advisory Depart ment Tpe Chattanooga Medicine company, Chattanooga, Feiuu I have a Number of FlncFarms and othei Desirable Propertv In my hands for Sale. Pro in «t reply made to all letters. Charg es in accordance with the rimes Refers, by permission. Hon H. K. Hanna judge of the 1st Judcial District, and to an) business house in Jacksonville. SIL AS I DAY. ■ ixioooooooooooo GO EAST ViA THE Rio Grande Western Railway and ; Denver & Rio Grande ? Railroad & CARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS PORTLAND, O’tECON A. P. Armstrong, LL. B., Principal A practical, progressive school, conspicuous for thorough work, with hundreds of graduates in ¡-ositions as bookkeepers and stenographers. Already proud of a high standing where vet known, it steadily prows better and better Open all the year.. Students admitted any time. Private or class instruction. Learn what and how we teach, and what it costs. Catalogue frea Boar., of Director*---- ---- — ». P. THOMPSON, PRESIDENT D. SOLIS COHEN DAVID M. Ul’NNl Only transcontinental lin Passing directly tnrougb SALT LAKE CITY, LEADVILLE, PUEBLO, COLORADO SPRINGS, and DENVER. Why Not All the t'nctsf Three Splendidly equipped trains dai ly To ail Points East. Through Sleeping and Dining Cars and Free Reclining Cha irs The most magniucent scenery America by Daylight. Stopovers allowed on all classes of tickets. For cheapest rates and descripilve literature address J. D MANSFIELD, General Agent, ■¿4 Turd Street. Portland. Oregon. Best of Everythig GREATEST STRENGTH FGXJE5T FLAVOR ANO ABSOLUTE PURITY G uaranteed CuOSStr taoLvetas P ortland op In a word thia tells of the passenger ser vice via The North-western line. Eight trains run daily between Chicago and St Paul, comprising the latest Pullman bleepers. Pet rlees Dining Cars. Library and Observation Cars, Free Reclining Chair Cars. THE euTH CENTURY TRAIN runs every day of the year. Fastest Train in the World, Electric Lighted, Steam Heated. The Badger ctate Express, the finest daily :r»ia running between St. Paul and Chicago via the Short Line. Connections from the West made via The Northern Pacihc. Great Northern and Cana dian Pacific Railways This is also the best Une between Omaha, st. Paul and Minneapo lis. All agents sell ticke.s via c\Keep Out ÙÌ the Wet SAWYER’S ExMlsiar Brand Ol CLOTHING The best waterpreoX xxraoita la the world. Made from the beet material* and warranted waterproof. Made to stand the roughest work ana weather. Look for the trade mark. If your dealer doe* not hare them, write for catalogue to I. L Uting and Packing C*., lyt«., Ban Franciic*. or II. M. RAW YER At RON. Rede Mfr*. \ a.t < embridge, Meofk The Northwestern Line. St. Mary’s Ac ademy, W. H. M SAD, H L. SISLER. General Agent, Traveling Agent. 48 Alder St. Portland. Oregon. Read It In His Newspaper. George Schaub, a well-known citi zen of New Lebanon, Ohio, is a con stant reader of the Dayton Volkszel- tung. He knows that this paper aims to advertise only the best in its col umns; and when he saw Chamber lain’s Pain Balm advertised therein for lame back he did not hesitate in buying a bottle of it for his wife, who for eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief. He says: “After using tlie Pain Balm for a few days my wife said to me, ‘I feel as though born anew,’ and before using the en tire contents of the bottle tlie unbeat able pains had entirely vanished, and siie could again take.up her household duties.” He is very thankful, and hopes t hat all suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful recovery. Tills valuable liniment is for sale by City Drug Store. Jacksonville, Oregon. ESTABLISHED IN I865. T hi school continues the careful training and thorough instruction for which It Is favor ably known. The Nlunic Department Is always In cha ge of competent and exper ienced teachers. Board and tuition per session of twenty week). I*) (JO. Studies will be resum ed September 2. 1901. For prospectus, address SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES. UNION Tbeoolv line operatIng a week»» personally Conducted Tourist Excursion Ca- between Portland and Chicago change via the World's Greatest Scenic Line,making close connection at Chicago In Union Depot for all points Fast Daily Standard Sleeping car between Salt Lake City. Denver and Chicago BulTet. Libra ry smoking cars between Pueblo. Denver and Chicago. The best and most reasonable din ing car service between Puebln and Chicago If vou are going to Kansas City. Omaha. Des -lACKSO* VILLE, OREGON Moines, Ch’cagoor any place east, you should <about the Order* tor Hucks.Buggies and Riding Hors«* attenced to. Great Rock Island Ronte promptly Feeding done at reasonable rate«. Best of care laken to prevent accidents, but «rlllue re •»fore purchasing a ticket. A r U your nearest HpoDHIble tor none s non id they occur. rket agent about it. or write for folder* and xi ill retuse to do Itverv work o- credit cy information t’l: » I- C< OPER. • wbo.lui. ... —. Is ,’,-jrp Gt:.!/ t.. Portland, Cr. Stables, If there is any good and sufficient reason why Major Gardener should not be summoned to give testimony ou one question which "will not down,” that of the Philippine situation, it certainly does not appeal to the general Ameri can public. Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge and other Republican senators who seem to have followed the lead of Secretary Root and discouraged as “mischievous” any fur ther publicity regarding certain doings and plannings are "making history" after a fashion which they are not like ly to enjoy thoroughly a few weeks hence. Why, indeed, should not Major Gar dener’s story of what has been going on in the Philippines be given to the sen ate and to the public in detail and un abridged?—Boston Globe. The Greatness of the Nation. There is some pretty good material for Fourth of July orations in census bulletin No. 149. Just issued, which ia devoted to the discuse-ion of the area and population of this great country. According to this bulletin, the area of the United States, including Alaska, Hawaii, Porto Rico, the Philippines. Guam and Samoa, is 3.600,822 square miles, or about one fourteenth of the land surface of the earth. The total population of the United States, including the possessions nam ed. on June 1. 1900, was calculated at 84.233.060, with a margin of a million for posaible error, owing mainly to un certainty as to the number of people tn the Philippines. Only three political systems In the world have a greater population than the United States. These are the Brit ish empire, the Chinese empire and the Russian empire. The British empire, however, is largely a name, and It* practically Independent colonies, like the Australian confederation nnd the Dominion ol Canada, ought not to be taken Into the count. They deserve ti be considered by themselves ns na tions. Anyway, for a young nntloti. we are doing very well In the matter ■»f size nnd ea-i afford to toot our horn pretrv lomllv when we pause to con ten ■ 'itc r- nr rvcloiis development a little nior 't:nu n century. No Loss of Time. I have sold Chatnlierlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years, and would rather be out of coffee and sugar than it. I sold five bottles of it yesterday to thresher* that could go no farther, and they are at work again this morning—H. IL P helps , Plymouth, Oklahoma. As will be seen by the above threshers were able to keep on with their work without losing a single day’s time. You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your home. For »ale by City Drug Store. Rut«» Again Reduced, Llscovcry of Gold. 1« there ¡' >w to be it G >nnnn-Pra«11- lan crisis? So It would sis'iii from III* stater'eiit, > I t uv < 'olognt* Gazette, i the Ulitiatlve lu It which - h is I cauipulgti L . !ii . ; i , ol1 the Gertimu govei'iiuii I to iutervvuv lor the pi'ts tectloti of German In u¡hold<‘r* who have Inter :. !:i the 5 'mis railway In Brazil utitl of (N rn..11, s, tilers III thr Bnr.-.lliaii stale of Ml.ins Gerito*, which I* the tuo 1 iiii|H»rtant ulterior provine« of the republic. Tin- Genmur I10111I lioldeis have ling sandl’ig claim* iigilllial tlie . i<i e.lent of Minn* (Jo rues, ami The Gnzctte recommend« that the Imi crini aovci-ntni nt adopt the method |iur lu'd by the Fteticli govern ment, which when the province of Espiritu Santo failed to fnltlll It« obli gation to Freiieh enpitiillsts nitide the federal government res|ion«ible for th* debt*. As to the grievance* of German settlers, the majority of whose father* bought ullotiueiits from Brazilian lumi owners, that Is a matter for Impe rial investigation. Mauy of the lumi title« held by the German« have lately been disputed, mid In «01110 case* the occupants bave been ejected, whilr others have been forced to liny th«, lumi over again nt it rate which taki « Into account the improvements they theiuselves effected. The victim* nt present, it Is declared, ure reckoned by hundreds, but many thousands feel themselves threatened, knowing that they are ut lb- tuercy of uuli-Gerniau official*. After curvful Investigation II has been de tutmined that the date of the discovery of gold in Olillfornia was Juuuury 2N, inis . About that same time there was another ItnportiHit dis covery, which to thousands of people has been worth more than all the gold, because It re stored them to health, and that Is Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters. This wonderful medicine continues to cure stomach and l»owrl com plaints, the same today as in the past; and al though many medicines have *eotnv and gone the Bitters still remain the people’s favorite. ’I'o.those who sutler from dyspepsia.Indigestion, headache, heartburn, constipation or bilious ness. ami have tried other medicines without obtaining relief, this remedy will prove a blessing. because it will surely cure them, Try a bottle und satisfy yourself. A Gladstone Memorial. The square In Fdlnburgh named aft er St. Andrew, tlie patron saint of Scot land, where the Gladstone uionuiuent Is to I m - erected.’ was built late In the eighteenth century, suys tlie London News. The spot was so sequestered that there. Just before the square was laid out, Henry Mackenzie, author of "Tlie Man of Feeling." shot woodcocks. Tlie memorial of the Gland Old Man will be permanently overshadowed by the statue of a minor light in the rec ord of polities. I hough still a figure In Scottish history- namely. Hint of lien- ry Dundas, first Lord Melville. Whil* secretary of the navy in 1806 be was found uot guilty on a charge of “gross III* malversation and breach of duty effigy stands on a tall column in ths center of tlx1 square, which was erect ed to his memory eight years ago by the officers and seamen of tlie mivy. To Cure a Cold In One llay. Tase Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money If II fails to cure Grove's signature la on each bcx. i>c Itevrraed. A rra lun merit. Charitable. Lady-I have made inquiries at ycur last place, and your former mistress doesn't speak very flatteringly of you.' Applicant—No; I don't suppose she thinks any more of me than I do of her. hut I hope I'm lady enough to V<u»n n»v nnitiio!) of her to myself. General Ilamptoa'a Last Wlah. General Wade Hampton expressed the wish that his people lie allowed to look on his face and that be be buried In a plain pine coffin, says the Sevan nab News. The feeling of friendship tor the negro deep In the heart of the old slaveholder was strikingly lllus trated In the dying words of the greet Carolinian—“God bless my people, all- white and black.” Saved From An Awful Fate. go Car. Coustifsition fore. ,4t/O Cascarets Candy Cuthurti< □ C. fall to curs, di*ii'-<- ’Tell Me Pretty Malden’’ Are tbero any more railroad* like th* Denver A Hlo Grande und Kt<> Grunds Western Per- bapa. I’wndbly-but hardly any to compare with the niuguiHeont uoeuln attractions and tlie uneiiualed irtpledady train uarvloe ut the lllo Grand)' Route . It I h the only route pass ing directly through quaint and picturesque Saill.uk« City Through sleeping and Dining Cur Service lo Denver, Omahu. Kansas City St. Louis or Chicago Personally conducted excursions every weolt. For literature, tine, tubles, rut«* or Information upply to J. |> Manslleld. General Agent, 1'44 Third St , Port) lund; Geo. W llolutx, Aanlslant Genera Pussengor Agent Halt Lake City. Kt DUCEI) RATES VIA AOUIH- ERN PACIFIC COMPANY. The Southern I’ueltle will make special rille« lo Nan Francisco on the occasion of the convention or the Noble«of tlie Mystic Shrine at that point, hi June. Tickets will be on sale from Julie 3'1 lo Nth, IncluHlve, and will oe available for «top overs hi California. Full Information rela tive to nites, limits anti other condi tion* will be cheerfully *Uppllt'(| by all local ugent* of the Southern Pa cific. Tom Do you think you'll have much LAND KHl SALE. trouble in popping the qucHtl.m? Dick—No. I think I'll have more trou- A guild «tuck rum'll, tin Antelope, lq bls <] nest ion Im; pop.—Chicago News. mile* front Medford and 12 mile* frog Cenlral Point, containing 1560 acres of grazing and farming land; price tlu A goal Friend. an acre. Seventeen hundred acre* ly “I Buffered from dy»pep«la »nd In ing under i he Jackson county Im digestion for hftet-n year«.” *uy* W. provement Company’« ditch; at Fi t er T. Sturdevant of Merry Oak*, N. C. acre. Eighty acres of orchard land, "After 1 bad tried tunny doctor* and adjoining Jacksonville; at $40 an acre. medicine to no avail,one of my friend* For further particulars apply to persuaded me to try KodoL It gave W illiam B ybkk , Jacksonville Oregon. immediate relief. I can eat almost anything I want now, and my diges tion I* good. 1 cheerfully recommend General Agent* Wanted Kodol.” Don’t, try to euro atomacb trouble by dieting. That only To well Prof. Long'« Magnetic further weaken* tlie system, You Comb». They remove dandruff, cure need wholeai'tne, strengthening food scalp ailments and check falling hair, Kodol enables you to assimilate what are untarnlshable and will not break. you eat by digesting it, without the Everyl»ody want* them; good propo -tomach’s aid. City Drug Store, sition to hustlers, bend for term*. Jacksonilie, and Dr. J. Hinkle, Cen Outfit («ix styles) in a plu»hca«e•2.00. tra! Point. Ladlin' Dressing Uomb 50c, Gentle men'« Toilet Cun’» 4O<5— both 75c Write today. M agnetic C omb C o ., Pekin, III. "Yes. I play the races occasionally,” said the man with the fur trimmed overcoat, "and of course 1 hit it occa 60 YEARS’ sionally. F< - Instance. I «¡title out way EXPERIENCE abend In New Orleans the other week. I lui<! a hundred dollar s tip ou a ten to i i f / . w B i ■ ^^1 one shot." ■ ■ ■! k ■ ] "And he came in ahead?" was asked. "(Hi. no; lie \*as among the Iasi.” "Then I don’t see how you made a T raoi M ark « good tiling.” D csion « 1 CORY RIGHT* Ac. “Easy as grease. There were no less An von« sen kina a skMrh and deseriirflon msv than seven friends of mine there wlm'd qiilcalv ascertain our optn«'* frse wf.vrnvr an la probably patentable. c<»mniu)ilra- have wanted to borrow the thousand lev«ntl)>n llorustrictly C'.tifldeoflal. Handbook)>n I'aterla dollars if I had won It. und so I figure •ent free. Oldest awen.-r for securing MMnC*. Patents tsSuu through Munn A C*. recelv* that I was $'loti ahead by losing!” rprrwi H))fic«. without charge, in the The great pianist bent a terrible look upon us. "You tradespeople.” he thundered, "have no soul for art! Why else do you get my checks cashtsl rattier than frame them and bang them up in your front parlors as souvenirs?” We could but wince, thus to testify that we were at least uot unaware of our limitations. —Tuck. “Everybodysaid I had consumption,” write* Mrs. A. M. Shields, of Cham bersburg, Pa. “I was so low after six months of severe sickness, caused bv Huy Fever anti Asthma, that few thought I could get well; but I learn ed of the marvelous ineritof Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, used it, and was completely cured.’’ For de sperate-Throat anti Lung Diseases it, is thesafest cure in the world, anti is in fallible for Coughs, Colds and Bron chial Affections. Guaranteed hotties 50c and *1.00. Trial bottles free ut City Drug Store. Before you make deflulte arrangeinnnt* for that trip east let un quote you rale* via the • III ho I n (’outrikl Wuliroad Our ratoM are thu lowt’Nt to be had. nnd It will pay you to wrtl* un . If you havi'u’t time to eoniiimulcnte with un tell the agent from whom you purchua* your th’lcet tliut you want to travnl bv way of the lllinolN <’«ntrul, and you will never regret. tilH trip If any of your relative* or friends In the east are coming w*Nt while the low i ’UI hn uru tn effect, write u* about them, *nu wo will that they get tne lowoat rate* with the ( mini service. Through tourist car*, personally con ducted excursion cars, free reclining cjmlr cur*, iu fact ail the i uuni convenienue* ki to rncMiern railroading For particular* regard Ing rales, time, Hoivlue, Ntop-ovurs, rilffurvnt connections and routes, etc , etc., cull on or uddres* II. II TRUMBULL. Commercial A gout HJ Third St , Portland. Oregon. Scientific American. Farm for Sale. A 120-arre tract, all fenced ,70 acres un- der cultivation, free soil and vaally cultivated mod th»’ public road a quarter of a mile from Moonvllle, Sams valh v poatofflce—improved with a dt.elling house with four rooms below and one above, a good, 1 rgc barn. smoke-house and wood-abed, Rock creek flows through the land, a good well of water at the hou*»»- and a good well at the burn, nix miles from Gohl Hill ailroad sun ton Will be told for |IO per note «"Inquire of sii . as J. da Y. real estate ent Jacksonville Oregon A hnndmomoly llluaf rntefl weekly. I nrireet dr. culatlon of any »ctentidr ]ourn*l. T*rai*. •i a yt'rtr ; four month*, |1. Hold Dy ail new*d«M»ler*. MUNN & Co.3”8""'"’ New York Branch Office. <35 F HU Washington. IX C. tout yv Bear« the Signatura ueen f For The Ladies IMITATION STITCHINS TAYLER The To those who suffer f frota _..D cnlargxd joints, try the Seamless Shoe. We have u few cases of Genuine Tlrmy Sewed Shoe S2.5O Great Bargain. I Children’s and Boys Shoes Boys’ Dress and Work Shews— full lines. We always have and expect to continue to lead in Fashionable F <> o t|wea r for. ladies and gentlemen. Tennis, Oxfords and Balmorals; also Linen Shoes for hot weather, low and high cut. anatomically fitted. Infants feet specially cared for. Tay 1er Tlie only practical Foot Fitter and exclusive shoe dealer in Medford.