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kctnoKTiu-r, Thursday. March 1. 1SS.
Call for a Repabltran Stale Contention.
AllEPUBLICAN CONVENTION FOR
the Stale of Oregon is called to meet
at the city of Portland, Oregon, on Wedkes
bat, the 11th day of April. A. D..188S, at It
o'clock a. M.f for the purpose " nominating
candidates for the following offices, lo-wit:
Representative in Congress, three Presiden
tial electors. Supreme Judge, and District
Officers, and to select fix delegates to at
tend the National Republican Convention,
and to transact such other business as may
properly come before the Convention. The
convention will consist of 203 Delegate?, ap
portioned among the several counties as
ldiuii... , TXane 10
Clackamas 9 Linn 10
Clatsop.. "-Malheur 2
Columbia 4jManoii 14
Coos 7' Mom v 5
Crook ' 3 Multnomah 30
Curry 3.1'olk 0
Douglas 9 Umatilla 10
nUliam S.Union 8
Orant G Wallows 4
Jackson 7 YV- -o . 9
Jusrphine 4 W -iiington 8
Klamath 3 .. .ihill 9
The same being one delegate atlarge from
each county, and one delegate for every 150
vi es and one for every fraction over one-
Jif thereof cast for Hon. Dinger Hermann,
Congressman, at the last general election.
The committee rcr. nimend that the prima
ries he held March 31. 1S88, and the county
conventions April 4, 1883. unless otherwise
ordei id by proper'County Central Commit
tee. Republican electors and voters of the
State, wjthout regard to past political
affiliations, who bciieve in the American
principle of protective tariff and dignifying
American labor, giving free, popular educa
tion to the masses of the people, effectually
protecting all humeri rights in everv section
of our common country, and who desire to
promote friendly feeling and permanent
Ji ,1-monj throughout the 8tate objects and
) ciples are cordially invited to unite in
m lecting Delegates to the Republican State
JOSEPH PI MON. Chairman.
Portland, Or., Fcb..i ,1883.
DEMOCRATS ARK WORRIED.
Certain prominent democrats at Wash
ington already begin to consider how
they can abandon their free trade theo
ries, and especially Mr. Cleveland's free
wool proposition, before the farmers have
a chance to express, their opinion alfout
it. Tin address to farmers has given
thara tho blues. They foresee- that it
will mean mischief for them in every
Western State, unless they can conceive
to dodge the issue once-more. AH right,
gentlemen; run away again if you think
best. The farmers will have sufficient
cause for congratulation i the latest and
most threatening attack on American in
dustry can bo beaten and turned into
humiliating rout with only a single shot.
Th principal object was to stop the
meditated treachery of congress and the
president to great national interests.
Confess and abandon it, democrats,- and
you will at least show some shrewdness.
. But that is Hot to be expected, and the
farmrs in every part of Ihe country who
'believe in protection had better go right
on with their petitions at once. Presi
dent Cleveland would be an impossible
candidate for his party, if it should once
' admit that he had deliberately proposed
a surrender of great industries, a surren
der so wrongful and so un vise that his
own party in congress would not attempt
it. On the other hand, 70,000 office
holders, who have been put into fat of
fices, within the past three years, would
sooner see the party risk defeat than
open the doors to a new candidate and a
new set of men. Behind this is the fact
that four-fifths of the party in congress
actually want what the president pro
posed. Still, if any democratic members
of congress want to be stiffened in resist
ing the president's British policy, they
can privately hint to their friends at
home to circulate petitions, as proposed
in the Address to Farmers.
Republican members are given great
credit for bringing the wishes of farmers
into definite shape, so that they shall
be properly considered. All rislit; they
can. help the good work by bringing
the Address to the attention of fanners in
their districts who may not have seen it.
Nothing but blind indifference and years
of persistent misrepresents have prevent
ed an overwhelming verdict of farmers
long ago in favor of tho system which
has built up in this country a market for
farm products larger than existed any
where in the world twenty-five years ago.
Nothing but their own blind indifference
bas prevented an adjustment of duties
for the more-effective protection of agri
culture in this country, and it is h'gh
time for that indifference to cease.
The work will not end with the defeat
of free-trade schemes at this session.
'That would be only a beginning. The
farmers want definite and positive legis
lation for their own more effective pro
tection, and they are entitled to demand
it. The principles which make protec
tion a duty in the case of any branch of
manufacture which is retarded or crip
pled by foreign, competition, are just as
strong when the prosperity of any branch
of agriculture is concerned in any part of
our common country. The prosperity of
producers everywhere is the aim of pro
tection, and the efforts of farmers to get
themselves heard ought not to cease un
til the legislation they desire bas been
enacted and faithfully enforced.
Through the enterprise of the New York
World a second and more specific declar
ation of withdrawal has been obtained
from Mr. Blaine. There is no reason to
doubt that the World has correctly repor
ted him. This time he says that be will
ot in any circumstances permit his
Fame to be us?d in connection with the
presidential nomination. He insists on
the sincerity and finality of his with
drawal, and a.serts that he had made up
bis mind to it long ago. He will not re
turn from the Old World till after the re
publican convention has been held, and
since it never would do to nominate an
absent man, who, in advance, had pos
- itively declined, it may be, .regarded as
a fixed fact that there will be no farther
talk of it, except, perhaps, by shallow
pereons and nawpajiers that follow the '
mirage of their own "enthusiasm" for a
"magnetic" man. The interview cabled
to the World, of which there was a sum
mary in The Sunday Oregpnian, extends
to three columns. Mr. Blaine said: "You
have no idea what a relief it is to me to
me to think I am now out of the canvass,
and that when I come back to New York
in the summer I shall not come back to
enter into the turmoil and excitement of
a political canvass. I can come back
quietly after the convention has decided
the result, and enjoy my life in my own
way, free, I hope, from farther criticism
All persons, supporters and opponents,
friends and enimies of Mr, Blaine, agree
Jlllt lic-i-vuiii have Gad the omination
had he desired it. The reason he gives
in the world interview for declining it are
these, viz : First Any man whose name
has been associated with defeat in a
presidential campaign'owes it to his party
not to allow himself to be re-nominated.
Second Mr. Blaine feels hiuibeif une
qual to facing the fatigue, worry and ex
citement of another canvass, all the more
as ho would ftel himself bound to work
as hard as n the previous occasion. To
these reasons is added a third, namely,
that Mrs. Blaine and other meinicrs of
family earnestly desired his withdrawal,
which he declares is definite and neither
hasty Hi r lecent in its decision.
The first reason given is not conclusive
in its logic, if judged by precedent; since
Jackson and Harrison, whose nameswere
first associated with defeat, were subse
quently elected by overwhelming major
ritiss. The last reasons givn am piu
bably the ones that have decided his ac
tion. It is quite likely that he feels him
self unable to face the fatigue, worry and
excitement of another canvass, and that
his family dread the ordeal for themsel
ves and fear he would not survive it.
Mr. Blaine told the World, further,
that he did not retire in favor of any pa
ticular candidate, and declined to e
any opinion on the subject of cam
Hut he said he was confident o' a recu i
lican victory, aii i thought it would come
about chiefly thioiigb. ihe tariff question.
The Republican s wilt, indeed, have an
advantage on the tariff question, if the
democrats persist in dealing with it on
the policy they have outlined. That po
licy h extremely partial and unfair. It
proposes to deprive the wool grower of
the benefits of protection, but to continue
those benefits to the manufacturer. It
will not allow the country to have free
sugar, but insists on free wool. These
propositions are so manifestly unfair as
to be positively shameless, The ; whole
country, outside of New York city and
those parts of the South where the suff
rage is a. farce, will rise up against them.
But on this subject the democratic presn
is completely muzzled by the supposed
necessity of agreeing with the party pro
gramme. Not a democratic paper in
Oregon has the courage to protest ajainst
the injustice to Oregon of the policy which
says to the wool growers, "you shall not
have protection," but to the woolen
manufactures, "jou shall have protec
tion," and to the sugar planter, "you can
safely help us to abolish the duty on
wool, for we assure you that sugar shall
still be protected."
Blaine's confidenco that the Republi
cans will have an advantage on the tariff
question is therefore not unfounded. It
is not probable, indeed, that the demo
cratic method of dealing with'the subject
will succeed in congress, but it goes to
make up a record that wit! overload the
part in that presidential contest. The
tariff must be i educed, the free list must
be extended, and Republicans will be
ob'iged to pledge themselves thereto.
But the reduction must be carried out on
principles equal, just and fair. Orego-
It appears that the Buffalo delegates to
the coming democratic state convention
are not likely to be iu favor of a National
delegation tl-at will support Mr. Cleve
'.ind for renomination. When the-President
learned this it must have pained
him that the city which was his home so
long had "gone back on him." He was
advised, however, that'a little "patron
age" judiciously doled out might turn the
scales in his favor. Appointments in
and for Buffalo will be scan ned with in
terest in the course of the next few weeks.
SQCTIIER.-i QREUO.V AS A HEALTH RE
SORT. An Eastern man of varied experience
writes of Southern Oregon as a health
resort as follows:
"I do not believe "there is another
spot on God's green footstool where the
air contains so much of life-giving influ
ence as in this lovely mountain region.
There is so much to please the eye -and
attract the attention, that the tourist and
invalid are completely diverted from
their pains and ailments as well as all
all other-troubles that they have nothing
else to do but regain both .health and
Therg are medicinal springs adapted.
to every disease while for pure soft spring
water proper for those suffering from dis
eases of tho kidneys and liver there is
no excellence that can compare.
Among the mountains sickness is al
most unknown. Ruddy, barefooted
children are to be seen at all seasons of
the year, pictures of health and; perfect
development. It must be all rlimate
that produces such marvelous results for
of the diet nothing can be said commen
dable. Hot soda bread, bacon and
strong coffee constitute the principle ar
ticles of diet of a great portion of the
mountain people. In the spring time
the medicinal properties of a thousand
flowering shrubs as well as the great va
rieties of evergreens such as the family
of pines, firs and cedars lend a healing
influence to the pure air that is waft
ed in from the ocean laden with stimula
ting properties from the sea. Unlike 1
the air of the Mississippi valley which is
often impregnated with the emanations
of a thousand swamps, our atmosphere
comes to us over thousands et mile of
ocean whose mists and showers have fil
tered it cf anyj impurities and organic
matter it might contain, so that when it
has'imparted to it the balsamic ordors
of our forests and fields it possesses for
the inaylids unbounded advantages.
Then again the thousand cool retreats
in summer where there are no mosquites
nor other troublesome insects, and where
one can camp on the bosom of our moth
er earth and sleep the sleep of sweet con
tentment with no fear of taking cold nor
the bites of reptiles. The inexpensive
ness of living, the freedom from care, the
pure air and water, and lastly the gen
erous hospitality ,of the people render
Southern Oregon truly in summer the
invalids paradise, while winter is a
poem by the side of Dakota and Minne
sota. Disease' of the nervous system, of the
lungs and throat, of the kidneys and
stomach all seem to be rapidly benefited
and a new lease of life imparted to the
Hundreds of people may be found here
who came for health years ago not ex
pecting to long survive, nd who are
vigorous, active and happy.
Jacksonville, which is the
of Jackson county, is the pioneer town of
Southern Oregon, has a population oi
1200, and is noted for its healthfulne-ts
and the romantic scenery contiguous. It
holds the key to the extensive mining in
dustry of Jackson county, nearly all of
the many paying mines of that section
being tributary to it. Ilsbusine-slmiises
are mainly of brick, as also are its public
buildings, one of the largest and prettiest
court houses in the state being located
here. Jacksonville al?o has a numbe- of
substantial dwelling houses, as it is the
abiding place of several wrallhy men.
One of the best public schools in Oregon,
with four teachers, is also maintained at
this place. Being nestled iu the foot-hills,
and having been a mining camp of note,
whose location necessarily must be in thp
vicinity of the gulches and creeks which
first gave it prominence, the O. & C. R. R
Co., found it advantageous to leave Jack
sonville about five miles to the west.
This has had the tendency to retard its
growth, especially since other townshave
sprung up on the line ' lroad. Its
cit ens were not dismayed, however
and the town looks better than eve
Not many new buildings have been built
here doing the past year, but repairs and
improvements on public and private pro
perty have been general, so that there is
no evidence of decay. The most expen
sive and beautiful building which has
besn put up in Jacksonville durin: 1837
is the new dwelling house of Postmaster
Muller, erected at a cost of $3000. The
tewn is surrounded by a large body of the
best fruit and grape land in Oregon,
which sooner or later will be taxed to its
full productive capacity. Then we may
look for the pioueer town to take a lit-
growth and maintain its old time promi
nence. Considerable land not far off has
been located by actual settlers and there
isa lively disposition of land owners to
plant orchards and vineyards in the im
mediate vicinity. Orcgonian.
England is trying to lay her iron grasp
upon Venezuela, the British men of
war have taken armed possession of the
the most valuable portion of tho territory,
she has violated the Monroe doctrine
and will, unless the United Slates in
terferes, possess herself of the rich and
valuable country. Now is the time we
o ight to have James G. Blaine for presi
dent a little while, he would not have
any nonsense about it, we would guaran
tee that if Mr. Blaine was president,
that the English would surrender in les
than thirty days, but with the present
administration, Queen Victoria knows
what she is about. England would like
much to have tho United S -tes inaugu
rate free trade so as to give them a good
market for their manufactured goods,
and close up ours. And also, for us to
allow them to violate Monroe i rin-j
and siezc these little South American
principalities one after another, until she
owned as much territory in America as
we do. It is strange how some Ameri
cans can be wheedled by foreign poli
The New York Sun is of newFpapers
the brightest. It is Democratic, but it is
not beaming on Cleveland. It says, how
ever, that no matter who shall be the
candidate of the party, "tli
will have to fight for2ew
ly interpreted, this mcj
publicans "will carry the EmpHRate.
T the Public.
In order to protect the public from ex
tortionate prices, the Senthjel will pub
lish advertisements for sheriffs sale of
real and personal property under fore
closure of mortgage or execution, for the
reasonable sum of ten dollars.
Consumption Surely Curei.
To the Editor. Please inform your
readers that I have a positive remedy for
the above named disease. Bv its timely use
thousands of hopeless cases "have been per
manently cured. I shall be glad to send two
bottles of my remedy free to any of your
readers who'have consumption if they w"il
send me their express and postoffice oddrei.
Respectfully, T. A.SLOCUM.M.C.
1S1 Tearl st. New York.
3NT. S ZD'E'L hi W .
Cattle branded T) and marked crop
and square underbit in left ear and un
darslope in right, three-year-olds and up
wards have the point of right horn sawed
Horses branded Don right hip.
N. S. Dkew.
Applegate, Ogn., Feb. 26, 18.
Farms for Sale.
One farm of 1000 acres, 5000 acres in dif
ferent farm from f5 to ?W per acre, in the
"inity of Central Point. For further pr
l.eulars inquire of
Real Estate Agent.
Central Point, Or.
The First Sign
Of tailing health, whether in the form of
Night Sweats and Nervousness, or in a
sense ot General Weariness and Loss of
Appetite, should suggest the use ot
AVer's Sarsaparilla. This preparation
is most effective for giving tone and
strength to the enfeebled system, pro
moting the digestion and assimilation ot
food, restoring the nervous forces to
their normal condition, and for purify
ing, enriching,' and vitalizing the blood.
Ten years ago "my health began to fail.
I was troubled with a distressing Cough,
Night Sweats, Weakness, and Nervous
ness. I tried various remedies pre
scribed by different physicians, out
became so weak that I could not go up
stairs without stopping to rest. My
friends recommended me to try Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, which I did, and I am now
as healthy and strong as ever. Mrs.
E. L. Williams, Alexandria, Minn.
I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, in my
family, for Scrofula, and know, if it fa
taken faithfully, that it will thoroughly
eradicate this terrible disease. I have
also prescribed it as a tonic, as well as an
alterative, and must say that I honestly
believe it to be the best blood medicine
ever compounded. W. F. Fowler, M. D.,
D. D. S., Greenville, Tenn.
the care of various physicians, and tried
great many -kinds of medicines, but
never obtained more than" temporary re
lief. After taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla
for a short time, my headache disap
peared, and my stomach performed its
duties more perfectly. To-day my
health is completely restored. Mary
Barley, Springfield, Mass.
I have been greatly benefited by the
Srompt use of Ayer a Sarsaparilla. It
mes and Invigorates the system, regu
lates the action of the digestive and
assimilative organs, and vitalizes the
blood. It is, without donbt, the most
reliable blood purifier yet discovered.
H. D. Johnson, 383 Atlantic avenue,
Brooklyn, N.Y.' tt
rrtpirtd by Dr. J. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, 1IM.
Price 1; atxbottlei, S3.
It seems to us that nothing can be more
out of place than the present attitude of
several newspapers in placing in nomina
tion various persons as presidential can
didates. It is presomin,; too much upon
the in elligence of the country for any
jour.i I of minor importa ice to be con
stantly parading its preference for some
statesman or general as a presidential
candidate. There is no need of trying to
g i up a boom beforehand for the dele
gates who will compose tho next Repub
lican convention will undoubtedly be
chosen on account of their fitness, and it
will bo better to trust to their calm delib
erate judgment than to try to measure
any one in our own. little half bushel.
One thing is certain what we need in a
president is the qualities belonging to a
btatesman. Fortunately the Republican
party has an abundance of that kind o
material. Leaving cut Blaine and S.i
man, there ardycT Allison, Gresdiaui
Evarts, as well 'as many others of equal
merit that would GIL the office of presi
dent, we think, far mora successfully
than tho present incum jc-'it.
Tho Republican party being one cf
princ'p- tl go forward as surely as the
Bun rises if we can only be patient and
rt y on i i til judgment and in egiity
of . - . to in. ihe selection
- Annexation of Canada:
The SUaVtrona Attempt to Aeeerapllib
It by Fore. A. Fnmom Retreat.
The present agitation concerning the
relations between Canada and the United
States recalls the time when the annexa
tion of that country was proposed to be
brought about by force of arms. The
project was entrusted to the bravo
General Montgomery, assisted by the
famous patriots. Colonels Ethan Allen
and Seth Warner. While engaged in
this invasion Ethan Allen was taken
prisoner by the British and sent to Eng
land, where he experienced very harsh
It was Colonel Warner who twice con
ducted his men safely home, though the
march was constantly surrounded by
dangers. Once Montgomery sent them
home because their time was out, and
though they were willing to continue in
service, they were without sufficient
clothing, and none could be had in that
Colonel Warner had hardly arrived
home before he heard that Montgomery
had been killed, and the cause, as well as
the lives of the men, were put in great
jeopardy. He collected his men again
and at once started for Canada to assist
his countrymen irf their extremity. But
nis enorts were ot no avail, and it was
lecessary to tae up the u
ead of wini
inerterror of pursuit and Jhe rigor of the
season iurnishea sufficient cause tot
alarm and haste. Colonel Warner re
mained with the rear of the army, and
aided them in many ways most effec
tually as he was a man well posted in
caring for the sick and this knowledge)
now came into excellent use.
He must keep the army in motion, not
a day must be lost, and yet he was with
out any chest of medicines. But he
understood the medicinal use of roots and
herbs, and of proper care at critical
times, and with these allies, he made an
effectual fight against disease among his
When Tieonderoga was reached and
the roll called, thanks to Seth Warner
but few vacancies in the ranks appeared.
Col. Warner saved the lives of hun
dreds of men in this way, and he did a
noble work, but it "remained for his
namesake, H. H. Warner, head of
Warner's Safe Cure establishment, to
give the same kind of remedies thenusedr
to the people of to-day, -in "Warner's
Log Cabin Remedies." These remedies
have been adopted after thorough trial
and investigation, and they are remedies
of established reputation. Being wholly
vegetable, they can, be used without any
fear as to the results.
Among the new remedies is a Sarsa
parilla for 'the blood, Hops and Buehn
tor the stomach and digestion, Cough
and Consumption Remedy, Scalpino for
the head and hair, Rose Cream for that
terrible disease, catarrh, a Log Cabin
Liver Fill, a Log Cabia Plaster and as
Extract for internal and external use.
Our readers may rest assured that there
is merit in every aiticle.
When a good wagsajrotd !o railroad is
built it will b -WKk taxier to build a
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A. C. CALDWELL,
UECHANWAL AND OPERATIVE DENTIST.
Nitrons Oxide Gas administered for the
painless extraction of teeth.
Odk-e over the bank. 8-83.
Application for a Patent.
To the Lance & Nuffield placer mineral de
posit gold bearing mine.
U. S. Lahd Omen. Rosebcec, Oa.,1
January 23th, 1S.S8. f
Notice is hereby given that George W.
Lance. Samuel H. Dufficld. Wm. V. Jones,
Fred. Otitn and Willard Hull, whose post
office address is Bolt, Jackson county, Ore
gon, have this day filed their application for
a patent for the Lance Jb Dutlield placer
mine bearing gold, situated, lying and be
ing in Foot's Creek Mining District, Couuty
of Jackon and State of Oregon and known
and designated by the field notes and offi
cial plat on file ir. thi office as lot or claim
number thirty-seven (37). in township thirty-seven
(37), range four (4) west of illam
e te meridian.
The -tterior boundaries of raid lot or
claim No thirty-seven (37) being as follows,
to-wic: Wet one-half of the north east
quarter, and the west "one-half of the south
eat quarter of the north cast quarter; and
the west one-half of the north east quarter,
and the eat one-half of the north west
quarter, and the north east one-quarter of
the north west one-quarter of the south
east onc-quaricr oi section twenty-two r ),
jjisnip a , sown oi range 4 west ot tne
cue meridian, containing; ninety
Thi claim isacconlinc to the lecal
liivi.imiH herpin Mnvp Hpsprihrd Thi
lo :uion of this mine is not of record.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Lanre it Dulricld placer
cold mine or said mining ground as herein
before des ribed, are required to file their
adverse 'laini with the RcgNter of the
United State Land Offire at Roscburpr in
the State of Oregon during the sixty days
pi i iod of publication hereof, or they will be
barred by virtue of the provisions of the
CIIAS. W. JOHNSON, RegiMer.
J. S. SWEET, rBESlDEXT,
Mathematics, Psychology, School Economy,
JULIA M. GOODYEAR,
Engli-h Grammar, Rhetoric and Latin.
C. F. NESSE,
Fenmiinship and Executive Work.
MRS. G. C. EDDINGS,
MRS. LOTTIE D. WILLARD,
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LISKVILLE'S NEW STRIKE.
Golden Eagle Hotel,
G. El. PH1WP& PRO.
THIS HOTEL HAVING BEENTHOR
oughly repaired and newly famished
ranks anionjr the best hotels in Oregon and
Caliornia. The beds are new and clean;
ine tames are inrnuneu wtin tne best tlie
market affords. Guests may rest assured
that nothing will be left undone that will
add to their comfort while stonmnr at this
hotel. In connection with the hotel is a
FEED AND LIVERY STABLE,
Where patrons can have their teams pro
vided with the best hay and grain. Cour
teous attention guaranteed. Saddle horses,
teams and vehicles of every description to
be had at all times.
Linkvillc, Ogn., Nov. 12, 1887.
HOW Tfl"SELL IT.
Y-TE HAVE RESIDED IN ROGUE
V T River valley 35 years and are per
sonally acquainted with all lnnds iu iln
part of the State. Our busine.' is a com
mission business, and every une h is on
equal ihance. If you have any laud lo yell
you will do well to lit it with us. If you
want to buy.call and look over our bargains.
J. 15. WRISLEY & J. S. M1LLK1V
Dealers in Real Estate,
F. R.ICTT A T-L:E,
Watchmaker ad Jbwklkb,
MAKES a specialty of cleaning and re
pairing watches end clocks. Mj
charters are reasonable. Give me a call
la Successful operation Inc i866f patronized tron
iU sections of the Northwest, endorsed by
business men and leading t jucitors.
TIIE HOST rERFKCTtT EQCltTED'sCnOOL
of its diss on the Giast, it offers private or class
instruction, day and evening throughout the year. In
Arithmetic, Writin'-;, Correspondence, Book-It crptiii
rtankio ,Shorthand,Type-wrkinc, CustneManU Legs!
Forms and all Common School Branch. Students
of a'l ages and both sexes admitted at any time.
Catalogue free. Armstrong; and Wesco, Proprietors.
Be simian & Beanies'
C. Ot Beelcman's Bank.
The under'iirned have formed a co-jiartner-hip
iu a an authorized
CAPITAL of 355,00000
for the purpose of carrying on a
General Banking Business
IK ALL OF ITS BRANCHES IX
OFFICE at the old stand of Ileekman's
House. S. E. corner of THIRD AND CALI
C. C. BEEKMAN,
jy7 3m THO. . REAMES.
J. S. HOWARD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
BOOTS Ann SHOES,.
And everything Vent in a General M erchan
dke Store. It will be to the intere'-tof
those wishing anything in nivline to call and
eiainine my GOODS and fRICES before
TAKEN AT FULL MARKET T-RICE.
eut in all aiie, wairt aad inaeam thereby
of All kinds,
Hardware, Crockery,- Pumps,
ropes, & powder.
Tooli of all kinds. Nans, ic. all of w ailt
will be sold at prices to suit the timss.
Gire me a call and see for yourself.
Real Estate Agent
Conveyancing in all its Branches.
Town Troperty, Farms. Vineyards and
M ining Claims bought and sold on corumL-i-sion.
Mininjj Tatents obtained at reasonable
rates and without delay.
Prompt attention given to all business
with the Land Office. t-
Have bargains to offer, and it will pay
you to keep close wati-h of tint p.iee for the
next six months for i-perial bargain, and 11
you have any property for --.ile at u bargain
coMiANDsEEME, and I will do my best for
Bax-fTniiiM I JBarjf fIn& Z
No. 37. $2000 1C0 acres choice grain and
fruit land; 100 acres fewed-and in cnlti
vatiouttwosprings, house and stable. 5
miles from Jacksonville.
No. 33. 350 acres adjoining Jacksonville,
rich, lovel, grain, fruit and vinevan! land,
femxd in five fields. Dwellj'ig liou c,
apring house, barn and ou, -houses; fir.?
large spring ami on-hard $'&) per iirre.
Terms, half cash down, balance in 2, 3
and 5 year payments.
No. 7f $10 per acre; 176 acres Tim splen
did track otland is all fenced, anil 3V
acre arc under cultivation, sitiM rd n
tho fertile belt on the west fide 'of Un-nte
River Valley: Vi 'miles southwes. "mm
11. K. depot: 3i miles east of (helium y
feat; soil fine, rich black loam; all first.
lass gram and fruit land; house, large
b:im, and good femes on the puce. A
great barain. Open only 31 days.
No. 40 $10,000 392 acres 225 acres nnd-r
cultivation and fenced in five fields: Irtigw
and thrifty orcha.nl; level, ri'h, nieaU w,
grain and fruit land ; 40 acres iu alf Ufa, 2
houses, 21arge barns;5 1-12 of an irngar
itijr dit h carrying 300 inches of waicr; S
miles from Jacksonville. .'
No. 41. $825 1'!5 acres unimproved c&
arres choi'-e fruit and alfalfa land. bl rn. a
fine timber; stream of water through the
place; 3 miles from Jacksonville.
No. 42 $1100 200 acres, unimprorcd; SO
acres prauie, balance food timber; ell
g(Mil grniriyind fruit land; two good
springs of wavjr ; fine plate to make a gocd
No. 43 $1500: W acres 0 acras nnder
fence; choi'-e fruitand grain land; waUr
for stock; new dwelling and barn; on
mile from Gold Hill.
No. 52 $2200 147 acres of first class frnit
and vinevardland.adjointng Jacksonville.
This is desirable for subdivision and a
great bargain; easy terms.
No,68 $1100 80 acres mineral land, wiib
ditch and water-right, on Foots creek, on
ly on sale for thirty days.
No. 51-$2J0O-320 acres of rich land with
improvements, sixty acres fenced; mead
ow, thrifty orchard and irrigating uiteh; 6
miles from Applegate postoiHce ; first class
No. 55-$4500 100 acres, soil black loan.,
rich. level and nearly all plow land ; sevtn.
miles east of Central Point.
No. 5ft-$3200 200 acres of level, rich grain
and fruit land; 100 acres fenced and in
cultivation ; house, barn, orchard and oth
er improvements. ) mile to school house,
good roads summer and winter; Smiles
from Gold Hill.
Office on California St.. onnj!f lb.
ly cures effects at
Nervous Debility, Involuntary Losses: Re
stores Lost Manhood. $1 a package; O for
$5. -Trial package 12c postage. Free at ft
fire. Advice and consultation on all Pri
vate and Chronic Diseases Free.
zh?. . oun,
112K. Tan Bnren it. , Cor. Clark, Chi. c.
tt. s. sLoonxr
J- DeRoboam, Prop.
Coxxsa 3ar amd Cautobmia Stsiet.
The bar is supplied with the:
While the Reading Table is supplied with
the latest newspapers.
Give me a call
Jacksonville, - - - Oregon.
hwnriBg a PERFECT FIT. On akj2