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A Navy fur the l ull* d Slnli-s.
Edward J. Phelps, late Minister a!
KLAM A T i 1 CO V NT
Deputy Clerk HuffeXjhas resUihqd I
The Linkville correspondent to the the (Jourt of St. James. J< liver«d the
:on ut the —
JI I Y 5, IM“ Oregonian, (J. C., who recently opened annual Phi Beta Kappa oration at
Juut* •' i
his s i isi.-i',
E. W. Gowan kill- 1 a rattlesnake hi is .»lowly improving n^.
the wagou nxul question by alleging Harvard University June 27th. Mr.
>'. B. Ad-
EDITOR!»!. NOTES »ND NEWS
Marriage iicemie issiv
“thut »49,999 were appropriated for Phelps’s general subject was "Inter the main Htr*« t of L.ukville the other
■. irried nt
tiiii» in <1 Kate V. Crt*
“the Ashlatid-Linkville road, aud ex-
"Naval strength.” said Mr. Phelps,
At the Ohio Republican state con “l»eude<l chietiy in the vicinity of Asb- “has become at this <hiy the right arm
The people *>f Pelican bay will hold lit Mulford bv Rev. 8. 1
vention last, week Foraker was re “land" and other mistatements and of diplomacy and the most important a Fourth of .July pieni 'in n grove near 31.
Stt lham’s pl'ice.
W. *1. Ply male ami Max Jttiller no The many have too few and the
nominated ftjr Governor.
misrepresentations, has written another elemeut in critical foreign relations.
6th, to attend the
Moral power is an excellent thing.
C. S. M.xire, Simps.ni Wilson and J. t<> Portland ttie o.«,
letter to the Oregonian which is al It is l>eet to lie right, and in the long W. Ham ikar left ye ter.lay noon to lo coming seHHion o, if the
few too many.
Certificates of election have now
most wholly an admission of the errors run it is necessary to be right, however cate th*' wagon ro.i.l from Keno to the A. O. U. W.
been issued •> all the members of the
and falsities of his first letter. He powerful you may be. Rut there are state line.
Rev. Martin Peterson, of Central
We have just received an
uext House, land it stands, 161 Re
Point, died at his home tin» afternoon
says now that he doesn't wish to be times when it is of small avail to be
lot of giMtfis, bought
publicans anil 161 Democrats.
right if we are likely to be impotent.
after two day» illneM of iutiaminatiou
Yoik City, for Cash
considered as “defending Goggswell'»
"A right Hrm without bruins or con
W. H h I*» and Mrs. of ttie Ixxweia.
in advance, which enables
Edison's electrical machines oren- “course in securing the passage of science is never a desirable force, but her sisters, Mrs.
C. S. Mi »ire.
us to maik in plain figures
Wm. H. Rumley, who resides near
py one-third of the whole space al- “the bill, but simply iutended to give braius and conscience without a right
mi our bargains prices that
arm are not always effectual. I would
Grasshoppers are numerous in sever Jacksonville, was brought before
lotted to America at the Paris expo- "his views upon the necessity of the promise, therefore, as one of the first
have imt la-eu named er
al parts of the e.Riiity aud are reported Judge Neil and pronounced insaue by
sition, and Edison is talked about iu
quoted in this market or any
steps toward stieli an international at as doing considerable damage to crop» Dre. D.-Bar and Summer». Sheriff
BirJsey tixik him to the asylum last
Paris now more than any other man tion.” luHsmucb as he admits that titude as it seems to me our country and gardens.
assume, and, having assumed,
Big prices will not do in
thee* views were made up from "infor- should
in the world.
Flour, iu consequence of the an
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these times, when even the
Judge ami Mrs. Webster go to Ash
mation" which he finds to be untrue, maintain, that a naval force should be ticipated »mall y iel*l in grim in tins
The famous star route cases which and the “justice of the appropriation" created that should leave us nothiug swtion, ha» advanced in price from land to-morrow, for a short stay at
wealthy cannot afford to
to fear from a collision with any other
waste their money, and the
i ll*' Oregou and later at Uolestiu. Ihe
were the topic of »> many news dis was iNised largely ui>on the injustice naval power in the world."
818 per M to 825 per M.
Judge will enjoy a much needed rest
poor require double duty of
patches and heavy political editorials heaped upon the old road and the peo
Iu order to sustain such a policy,
A gentleman by the name of Stuart., and vacation until July 20th, when
every dollar and every [lenny
a few- years ago have at last dropped ple who had attempted to preserve aud Mr. Phelps argued that we must of Albany, tins state, is thinking of circuit court will resume Its sitting in
Among our weekly ar
starting a bank in Linkville,a business chumbers ul JacksonviUe.
out of Court. A noble protu gni was improve it, we might dismiss him al
rival* we shall place before
ns nothing to fear from acollisiun with greatly tussled here.
entered one day this week, the proaec- together as one who has acknowledged any naval power iu the world, ami will
our people some landslides
Mr. mid Mrs. Wm. I’. Miller spent
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Crauson left for Saturday and Sunday in Jacksonville,
that are positively beyond
u ti* in st at mg t hat c< >n vict ion was f* mud his errors and is repentant, but that enable us by being present in the
San Bernardino, Cal.. Suu lay morning
the whisper of competition,
to be impossible. Ex-Senator Doreev he briskly and abruptly turns from right place at the right time to pre after their little grandson, eoneeruing l'liey go from here to Mr. Miller's
comparison or monopoly,
and twenty -three others were the de the path of repentance back into the prove most troublesome after they have whose whereabouts they have b»en uu- few weeks rusticating tour. Their
prices that will teach you
able to learn anything until quite re home is in San Jose. Cal. and many
highway of misrepresentation of the occurred.
in the silent logic of truth
friends gave them, atni their little
“Better,” he said "to expend the
the difference between the
old road, which seemed to be his chief
W. W. Phelps, one of the members
daughter, a cordial welcome to their
whole surplus in the Treasury, which
cash ami credit system—be
reason for writing upon the topic. , is demoralizing the whole country and Mr. Cranston has kept up a diligent old home iu Jacksonville.
of the Samoan Conference, has re
tween the right and wrong
search for the child by means of dis
way. This is the music and
turned from Berlin. Being asked if
Active preparations are under way
If ol<l t* ain»tem cun remember w hen they yard iu every port aud employ thou patches, and has at last located him in
these thu prices that crowd
for the cerebration of the 4th of July
the terms of the treaty were satis hmile.1 lh.ixw imiiii'l» over th*- Southern Ore sands of meu in building ships ami San Bernar.litu',
wugxii ro**l. they can rememler when
at Jacksonville, Mrs.
factory to all parties, he replied: gon
it wa-> iiupoxxihle, almost, xt certain xessou» thousands more in sailiug them, until
issi» ” •’
miller aud Miss Issi»,
- ... '
llie y*-ur. to act oier the mountains at our ancient prestige of the ocean is re
“They were to all. but es|>ecially fa of
the literary and me’
all, on a<-< o int ot the deep »now. 1 eau re- stored. than to remain in a condition
vorable to Samoa, whose cause Amer i.ivuiix-r myself when Hie Asiilaud stage
program hi chy.
jld be Í
f died lo rex a Llnxville until the day after where our ouly means of ascertaiuiug
Jud ge Wilshire will s.win commence no more capable committA«. 1 ne din
Go* k TThread, -iTOjard*.
ica advocated. This is pretty good It was due A tiling which lias never hap disputed rights or defeudiug ourselves
ner under the management of Mrs. *1.
the erection of a residence.
24 sheets note paper, cake
for a nation which had no represen peue*t ou tiie preseut route.
against attack is 'the soft auswer that
T. .Miller is bouud lo lie a success.
of soap, paper pins, paper of
C. C.’ b statements are so unreliable turneth away wrath.’ ”
Jesse 1 >. C irr is m iving his family to N.
tatives at the Conference.”
Altogether the out-look for a most
needles, box of shoe black
Mr. Phelps dismissed those humani Clear Lake, Me.loe county.
that it is hardly worth while to predi
pleasaul celebration iu Jacksonville
ing, rubber tip pencil», and
Sarah Althea Hill-Terry has about cate anything upon them, and we
The people of Diiry wereto have the seems Well assured.
many otlier staple item*.
lieve that anivereal arbitration can be Yaiuax Indian baud furnish their milsic
concluded negotiations with an East dou’t kuow whether it is true or not sntietitiited for war by saying that it
(J lite a niun'ier of person» will go to
ern theatrical manager, under which that the stage has never failed to reach appears to him "altogether chimerical
Astiland on the 4tli for ttie express
cluded not to let it go.
I'll" Indians purpose of seeing Congressman Her
she agrees to deliver a serious of lect Linkville upon the Ager route till the that arbitration can be made the ulti play well.
B*'»t toilet n aps, quarter
mann, who 1» to deliver the oration
resort of uatiousm those more im
ures in e.ties on the Pac tic, talking on day after it was due. Probably it is mate
ream note paper, cake pans,
Juke Wnittak' r. the III li in raised there. The people of Oregon cannot
portant quarrels that involve questions
the Sharoucase. No doubt the woman uot true; possibly it is true. Oue of principle or honor, or that have stir by ex Governor W uti ik-T, died a few do him too mn. Ii honor for his faith
pie plates, large tin cups,
could furnish some spicy relations. If thing which the records will show is red the blood ami moved the passion» days ago in S mi 11 r Like. Il > w is ful lepri■•»< utiition if the interests of
dippers, 144 agate buttons,
dpt lin'd on S.iak > river iu 1S|’>2 or 'i> t. I lie stat*', an 1 s mti n *:its of appre 'i l
1 dozen dies* buttons, 1 doz
her busband wool 1 enter some dime that during the whole time the of man.”
"Ware.” he said do not take pla<v tu the J< ff Statnfer against the l ie- , ium comnot al me from the party he
en genuine pearl buttons,
museum now the oombin ition would mads were carried over the old route
repr* .» ■(: , blit Lon; the people of the
like murders by malice aforethought, lie coul I n it »t in 1 eiviliz iti >u.
besides hundred* of other
by responsible contractors there were l'liey are not srrauged tor b.*r<>reliand.
be complete -[Oregonian.
nlire state, and tine*' who leave their
big 7> cent values.
Billie Sutton Ii is t*»n I »re I his resig * own
towns to greet him on the 4th will
fewer trips missed than there were by like matches at chess. They com ' nation as the Lakeview postmaster. It
The coming fight between the two the stages on the line betweeu Rose when combustible materials have lassi is not expis'tej that an appointment ikTtainly lie p irdoutble for »o doing.
pugilists, Sullivan and Kilrain, has burg aud Redding, or on the railroads , allowed to accumulate and irritate I w.ii !«■ m i le very soon to take Billy's
Grants Pass Notes.
12 yard* linen lace, 1 yard
excited the spurtiug world more than l>etween San Francisco and Portland. feeling to grow; when a match careless position, l'tiere a etwo applicants for
ly dropped, perhaps by au iusiguifeaut
silk niching. 2 foot box-wood
any similar event for many years, R. M. Garrett always put the mails i hand at au unexpected moment, sets a theofli : Mrs. M. L. E.aus mi l Win
rule, ladies', gent's, and
Mr. J. E. Peters *u bad his baud se
and the sensational newspapers, such through on time when he had the con tiame that the high wind ot public sen
children'* hosiery, worth 29
verely cut at the factory last week.
as the New York Herald and World, tract. H. F. Phillips put the mails
ami 25 ce»t», large wash
"1,’ot Cabin“ Viet ini’*.
Mr. H. ('. Kinney r< turned Monday
the San Francisco Chronicle and Ex through to the entire satisfaction of
bowl, ladies’ and gent's
Compelled to Work »» a Ilan
Fort Klamath. Or.. June 2“. -On Irom a short visit a’ Portland.
aminer, have every day from one to the postal department and the public
linen collais, 4 ply. wire
M arysville , June 25. For sum*' \ . .»• :. 1886, 4
lion. .1. M. Siglia «ill deliver the
fruit basket worth 40 cents,
two columns of dispatches about the when he had the contract. He carried
time past there has been some ex.'it »
4 quart pudding pan, and
training and condition of the ani the mails when the snow was deepest ment in a settlement known as 11 m- bard, a color* I barl. r, left Linkviih*. oration here ou the 1th of July.
articles too numerous
• ci; tour tu timl the
on the mountains for fifteen years cuit, twelve miles north of this city, < >r.. oa a pr
overthe mysterious dis ipp '.ir i ■ > s.'ver- 'List Cabin' in tin im ittnlaiu«. holding a series of meeting» in an
past, and put them through. The al months ago, of a young girl iiauied which has be. <i one of the traditions eriormoiis tent oil the corner of ltb
Table covets, towel* and
A party of ten men from Princeton
napkins cheaper than ever
present contractor, while he was en Nancy Hutchinson, who ha t !>*•■ n tak <>f this seetiou for yuar». Fubbard and L st reets.
college, N. J., under direction of Prof
before; corsets, all sizes and
deavoring to have his route changed en into the family of H. C. Bartlette, was an ol.l pin. pec! rani had hunted
Quito a ntimlior of new buildings
\\ lUiam B. Scott, of the chair of geol
all colors, from 81.15 to 35
to the other road, missed several trips from a San Francisco aid siK'iety or or many tiaies in he p i»: years f ir the an li. ing ens'ted. out our town is not
treasure, but had never loeat al it. bixitning it i.» just taliiug a good,
Cents; kid gloves, big assort
ogy and paleontology. started for Or.
while meu with wagons and men on
Recent rumors of foul play reache.1 When leaving Linkville, they were healthy growth.
ment, from 81 to .5.5 cents a
egun June 25th, to collect fossils in the
horseback weut through over the road the ears of the Yuba county officers, and furnished vvith auimils aal othiu
John Day country in the eastern part
Alt.»» Carrie l’.irr arrived home Sun-
upon their own private business. Peo they made an investigation which re nee<‘».»aiie« fm their trip by Nevvt-iu
Wi> would call special at
■ lav n >rning from the Siletz Indian
of the state. This region furnishes
tention to our laces, cm-
ple drew their own conclusions as to sulted in the discovery that in inas 'U- Gordon ami others, vvhovvi re to share age .my, where she lias for several
line attire, and under the name of Jim in their timl.
some of the most perfect specimens of
br .idety, ruching. »ox. hose
why the mails failed at that time.
They never returned, and ninny months been teaching in the Indian
my Howard, Yihe ha 1 work*»! on several
the fossil remains of mammals of the
ladies and gent's under
C. C.. in a concluding comparison of foothill ranches, and tiuallv I ik - h I ih I at theories have been advanced by their schix ils.
wear from one-half to five
late miocene period to be found on the the roads and the sums expended up the lumber camp of A. M. Leech, where friamls as to their fate, but on the
The blind snger and ehx'utiouist,
times cheaper than regular
glolte, liecauae it has lieen subjected on them, does figuring enough to she divl a tnan’» work. Her sex was 19th in.«t. a gentleman named John Mi.--» StuiiibntXi, gave an entertain
to less disturbance than most fields
My motto is How cheap
figure out for himself another admis tried, to escape, but was takeu by Mr. in the vicinity of Diamond lake, some ment Saturday eve. Also James A.
Clark, the musician, gave a concert
in which such fossils are found.
can 1 afford to sell: not How
sion of the error of his side of the case Leech to his house, where she was pro fifty miles north *>f this place, ami in Monday evenrig.
much profit can I gouge out
perly attired and cared for. The girl, a dense wilderues». found their camp
without any help from others.
The Pall Mail Gazette congratulates
The new opera house is to lie 100
of the cu turner.
Teamsters who are famaliar with
ships and mistreatment. Shei» a stoat shotgun, a rille, a pack saddle, cook feet square, t vo stories It is esti-
America upon her signal suecees in the
both roa<ls will admit that SlO.fM)1) will -built, handsome blonde, ami only ing utensils, a min t ' s pick and gla<» mated that >ix bundred thousand
Samoan conference, where for the first
brick will lie u« si in its construction,
make of the old route a better road about sixteen years ohl.
ami otlier articles.
time "she has squared up to first class
On their person» was found a diary i.nd It will lie the largest brick build-
District Attorney Forbes says that
than can be nude on the new by the
power, and let it be distinctly under
the events on the trip, which stat ing in Southern Oregon.
same expenditure. That is really the he will prosecute those who by cruelty of
drove her from the protection which t 1 that they ha.I starte I from Link-
stood that she meant to have her own
chief comparison of interest in the mat they had promised her.
viile on the date named an 1 iiad
Straw hats for the old, straw hat»
way or know the reason why.” “Hither
camped at several place» while en for the young, straw hats for the rich,
to,” it continues, “America has been
route to the mountain». Those notes straw hats for the ¡aior, straw hats Thore n w»‘ll «tucked wood yard back of
treated as a quantite negligeable,”
are m>w are very in listinet from be f ir everybody. These huts will be the Novelty block, corner Main anti Harea
The Roseburg Review of last week
J ohnstown . June 28.--About 1000 of ing weatherbe iten for nearly three f >l.l at straw prices to close them out. dine street*. Dry K>-ineh stove wood and 1 h
which is a term conveying in French had the following:
heater wood, delivered oxi short
Every h it must go, for that line of an»i2O-inch
the idea of supreme insignificance, Durin, the llrxt <ix months of l'-levFtfKa » the deposit books of the Johnstown years.
notice any where in town
parties haul’np wood to town
with “reform omthe txritr'
“beuceforth it will tie underutood that administration,
There was 8774.000 on <le- 1 Mi, on which date the folluvviag ap "ti. (tome early while the stock is or ha\ ing a -iy wood for sale in large or small
u.r U h , vriueipal plank in his ptJtform. w*xit impost tors
lots, will dQ well to call *,» the ofliev of C W
she is perfectly prepared to send any arivam-ed in prix* aia»u< ninB cants far (jbeit. Much of this is the property of pears: "Came lie,*, drowning ;n the full, m M. L. AlXojd’s ohl stand.
A>er» at trie above corner
Under Harrison’s relgli. in three
number of millious in order to make pnmd.
From this, date
,E B. Hl NsAKER.
nonth« »*»,1 has declined In piqee about 6 drowned people having no heirs. Four Umpipta river."
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good her word when she considers it
of the Republican campaign mu ’* ‘ protect “ The situation in Johnstown is grow decipher, but there h'l I lieen later
At Burckhalter A Hasty's yon can
pledged, to vindicate her honor when the woolen industry.” There Is irHf-lwiii ing brighter every day. Eight thous dates
find the finest line of writing tablets,
in this statement that induces one to
she thiuks it is involved, or to defend logic
A postal card, which w ¡» never note mid letter paper, of all grades;
bi llet e that a large amt intelligent rlx-- of and dollar» in cash arrived to-day to
pay the men in various departments. mailfil, was adir ■ ■ ■ 1 to Mrs. A. V. tun!. IxHiks, pix'ket memorandum
her interests whenever they are at-
their birthright for a very poorly flavored The work of registering the Ho xt suf
Burns, Santa Cruz. Cil. Tins lady, laxiks. memorandum blocks, note and
mess of pottage.
The Review doesn’t take a very ferers for the purpose of distributing it is learned, is th*' mother of the man receipt bl inks, scratch Ixxiks, bill
the fun 1» was finished to-night but the Burns, and has been -eeking infor Ixxiks. p. us, inks and pencils to lie
Dr. Jeffries, physician at the state broad view of the subject for one who totals have not been added. The men mation
as to hi» fate for the past two found in the city.
penitentiary, states that McAllister, sets up for a judge of logic. What in charge of the work do not think that or three years.
Boo*« ntid sli'H'H at cost at O. H.
Inquiry reveals the fact that Fub Blount's.
the boy murderer, did not die of con wool may do in any given three
sumption. but that a |x>st-niorteni ex months, or six months, is a very »len M. Beale, chairman of the Morgue bard was n c.ilored man ami a barber,
G. F. Billings is agent for leading
Committee, has made his official report. while Burns had been engaged at va
amination revealed that death result der thread upon which to hang an He has a record of about 2300 bodies. rious oecnpi'ioits in Linkville. A Fire Insurance. Insure with a Joca
ed from suppurative inflammation of opinion of the effect« of the protec- Ten Ixxlies were recovered to-day. The rubb >r stamp was found ou one of agent. (j >t lowest rates and know you
the brain, and that the same was tive tariff system upon the country. greatest loss of life occurred on Wash the bodies print ing tiie name of Nn are lusnrcd.
hereditary in his family. This dis- We might as well attempt to judge killed in oue house, and the list of deaii
The case is slir >nd I in mystery. there is lack of building material m
ease is a sjiecies of insanity, and the
iron this thorouhfare reached 130. It is learned that when leaving L uk- the valley, we give uotice that our
state prison therefore, was not the Review and Herald by the first issue Property losses amounting to nearly ville, beside» th*' guns found* Burns mill is now runuing on full time and
proper place for the confinement of of the paper from under the consoli 86,000,000 have beeu reported. The had an old Colt's revolver. This we can fill orders for lumber nt the
board of iuqiliry begnn its work to-day could not b« fouml. No provisions rate of 'JICHKI feet per day. Write for
the lad. True, McAllister was guilty dation, but the Review tells u» last in
the Seventh ward. They aim to mak* were found, neither were the sad 1 es particulars mid prices.
. of a great offense, but bis retqxmai- week not to do thia. One comparison a correct list of the number of lives ami or the animals; but Gd cents in coin
Si oar P ine D oor A L umber C o
bility for the deed will henceforth lie which is fairer and of more value property lost and saved.
was fouml up ill the two b idl- s, t >
Lesaons m painting and drawing
geth'-r with a silver watch, two raz >re, will !»■ given by C. M. Osborn, at his
questioned. But this brings to a con than that given in the paragraph
The Cantankerous Ol.l Woman
a piece of » tap, towels aud other toi i. sidence <>n the side-bill above the
sideration of the question, what dis quoted above is the price of wool at
position shall be made of such cases? this time last year and the price to
The skeletons, fir such they were,
"lived pin uotliiug bat victuals ami
of lime in bulk at Chit-
The penitentiary is not the proper day. The managers of the Ashland drink," and yet 'would never be quin." were, when found, near together wo< Chloride
place, nor is the criminal insane Woolen Mill» »ay they are paying was undoubtedly tron'ilej with chr >uie wrapped in their bl.ink**!»and dutie s,
er victuals, like those of Imt tut'ir Kiiies had been disturlie.i,
enough for confinement in an asylum. over thirty per cent, more for wool many
other ehlerlv persons whose di ami the first intimation Mr. Irvine
The State must take this matter in to-day, under Harrison’» administra gestive powers have become imp urr I. I li.i I of their presence w.i- the finding
’t agre-> with her. This was before
hand: the safety of society demands tion than they paid at this time last didn
the era of Hostetter's Stouriche Bitters, I of a skull, which belonged to Fllb-
year, under the "reign" of the Duke or some one of tier num'-rous friends and bard’s remains.
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There was no i ‘ V
of Albany. The Review-Herald relatives would undoubtedly have per
snaded her to try the great specific I it gle of any kiml.
Dr. John A. Brooks, the Prohibition
might make a note of that, if it feels dyspepsia, constipation and biliou-ii'*»«. >li irv lead to the
big gun, and late nominee for Vice si > disyioeed.
This would have been a measure of self The gun« s’lx, 1
President on the Prohibition ticket
protection on their part, for she soon by and were r
have been cured and ceased to
who is to lecture in this valley next
The way the pool rooms demoral would
disturb them with her claui .v 1 11 ■ There was alsi
week, is the "fiery tongued" orator ize people who have any taste for uioet obstinate cases of indigestion, with fouml. They c
who in the last presidential campaign gambling is shown in the case of the its attendant heartburn, tlatu'ence con starved to deat
game is so abunda
All at cost.
earned for himself the appellation of young man who was arrested last the nerves, are completely overcome by
It is generally thought that they
“Thank-God Brooks.” Being in a Saturday for emliezzling $60(X) of this sovereign remedy, dulls mid f. v< r dit-d from eating ¡X.1ÍSOHOUS la'rriis
bilious remittent, rheumatism and or rixita, or were murdered.
reminiscent and repeutant moot! io his employer’s money. He bad caught and
Men’s Light Check Suits,
kidney troubles are also relieved by it.
The coroner of D mgias county has
one of his stuuip speech«'» early in the speculative fever, and the jiool
Below cost, only $4.15 a suit.
I non not i tied, a» ha. e also the rela
the campaign, he enumerated a num room gave bini what he probably re
Lami Ofller Bulletin.
tives of young Burns, flic ease vv ill
ber of things of which he had been garded as a legitimate field for in
Our Washington corre.» pond--nt in ail probability lie eai.-fully inves
Men’s Heavy Suits, reg. price $8,
guilty in hi» life, and made the climax dulging it. He put his coin on the furnishes us the following information tigated.
To be closed out at $5 suit.
a fervent "thank-God that he had wrong horse and has now come to of patents issued and cases decid-d in
Eggs for Hatching
the Lakeview and Roseburg districts,
never lieen a Republican.” The re grief. If this kind of gambling were this State.
From Wyandotte*, Plymouth Rock*,
port of the speech reached the Re made an offense like faro we should
KOSEBt'R'l DtSTKK T
/. igld Hraimta*. Rune and Single Men's Nobbv Light Colored Suits,
S an Fit AV is«-o, June 3H. It
re- t ond> Itroirn /.■<//,orns, White Wy
Cash Patents Issued: Nos 4772,
publican pn-ss of the country, and of hear of fewer cases of dishonesty like
Reduced to $8 per suit
4779. .'1271, 5795. 5727. 5742. 5772. 5s32. portedheretli.it Mrs. Sarah Althea andotte*. Paitvlge Cochin*. and
course it didn't help the Prohibition this [S. F. Chronicle.
Hill l’erry has Signed a contract with lilac'; 'fuancax
vote among the material of which the
an E istern the itncai manager to deliver breed«. Hi :ni‘is of the highest hon-
the Republican party was composed
Decided The a serious of lectures on the Sharon case, ors at 'll the largest exhibition* for Men's Nobby Dark (’heck Suits,
Harrison anil His Cabinet.
names of the successful parties are at several points along the Pacificixiast the poet eh t ■en yearn. Eggs S3 per
in the days of its formation and growth.
Keg. pc. $20, to be closed at $15
next r.. intii It is uuderstoixl that Mrs. setting; two’ for S5. Semi stamp for
printed in capital letters.
The Prohibitionists whose aim and
Terry will receive 70 per cent of the Cat:il(»gne. Address
New York the other dav after a visit
SAMUEL WILSON vs. W V, gross receipts and all oxp»'usec.
burning desire were to l*at the Re with the President at Washington. and
J. M. G arrison ,
Men’s Fine blk. Diagonal, reg. $20
publican party heaped a deal of abuse to a reporter be said:
Fore t Grove, Oregon.
London, June 2*. The Standard'»
To be closed at $15.
upon Brooks for his “indiscretion”
Rome eorrespoudent reatlirms the
correctness of the communication nn-
in making such a remark. They rea gave me especial pleasure. First, that Anderson.
the President's health is much better
notincing the pope's condemnation of
lized thal the Pharisaical spirit wliicb than some of the Washington corre-
Men's Fine Cutaway Suits.
It Must Be True.
th" Clau-na-Gael. Tbo eorrt'spondent
thanks God that it is not as others are sp< indents would have the people be
An experience of thirty years with also says that the pope will decline to
All at cost.
lose popularity ■ I* Hit lieve. He is stronger than be was dur close observation, Imfits an bouest man interfere tn the matter of the complaint
eighteen hundred years ago.
to give a square opiuion, thus; Reno,
fact than at any time since bis inaugu Nevada, Oct. 5, 1888. "We are so ac the harsh treatment of land leaguers
ration. His appetite is excellent. The customed to hear our patrons eul igize in prison, on the ground that it is
The IVesident has selected Win. talk about bis being worried and anx
St. Jacobe Oil, that we never thought their own fault, they have disolieyoil
Walter J’helps, of New Jersey, as ious is pure fiction.
it necessary to inquire fully into any the decree against boycotting.
Minister Plenipotentiary mid Envoy
particular case, believing in the ol.l
Boys’ Clothing all must go.
Extraordinary to Germany. At ths
adage that "what everybody says must
are equally mythical. 1 doubt if any
Reduced below cost.
The fav »r :l Impression pr-niuced <>u
White House it is stated the appoint administration could tie more har be true." I have lieen an apothecary
upwards of thirty years, and since the firHt appe traHOt? of tip* agreeable
ment was an entire surprise toPhelj*. monious as regards this than General for
the advent of your Oil have heard liquid fruit n-uudv Syrup of Fig* a few
When he called there m company Harrison's.
yearsngo has been nior** th in confirm«* 1
nothing but praise therefor.”
by the pleasant experience of ail who
W. P instngeb , ( Druggist I
with Mr. Blaine, the President hand Blaine, in particular, lieing disgruntled
have used it. and iht* success of
ed him his commission, already made are the sheerest nonsense. He baa not
proprietors and manufacturer“, th»
Fig Syrup Company.
out. It wit« a tribute to his success l>een snubbed nor eat on, nor baa tieen
The un>l<*reigned baa at bis ranch
as a commissioner. William Walter the slightest disturbance of the fneud-
(4o tocorner Main and Granite st reel.»
Phelps was l*oru in New York city ly relations existing lietween him and in Dead Indian country the following
the President. Mr. Harrison himself described horse, which he requests the for paints, oils, varnishes, briisl»'».
August 24. 1KJ9. He receive»! a lib told me that instead of beiug so asser owner to eome and take away, paying artists'materials, an<l wail ami build
eral education, graduating from Yale tive and domineering as had been rep charges for thia advertisement, as the mg papers. Estimates made on paint
in I860 mat from Columbia College resented, Mr. Blaine was one of the animal is breechy and a nuisance ing. paper liaugiug, iuterior decora
when left loose about the ranch, viz.: tions. etc.
Law Sclii>ol three years later. He most considerate members of the Cabi Small
black gelding, white strip in
net in the matter of appointments.
E vans A B runk , Ashland, Or.
N< rt ,l.x.r b, F. .V. Miller» Grocery
practiced lav five years ami retired
face and both fore feet white; saddle
Stoic, north of
fr< m the practice in 1868. He has
B. L. Messenger is prepared to fill marks, no brand visible, h I mju I 14 ery opposite ¡xlstofil '-', Asldalld. l''e
Ixien active in politics ever since that promptly all orders for fruit boxes of bauds high, 7 or 8 years old.
cream every day nt 15 eta. per dl.»h,
obs B. G kipfix .
time. In 1>72 he was elected a Rep
50 cts per. quart, $2 per gallon li-e
Ashland, Or., June 25th, JSS'J.
Granite street. Ashland, will be at
cream parlor open every • venmg un
resentative in the Forty-third Con- tended to at once and tilled at lowest
I’ r’iianeni jíO“itioíiN
til 10 o’clock. Parties aud festivals at ” • k
I..: :l i t.,.y h, » nil and ivr
grt»e, was a delegate to the National prices.
J. W. Bowden, of Central Point, tended to promptly.
the enterprising and successful sewing
Republican Convention in the years
For fine hand mirrors, hair brushes machine rumps now retained as travel
The Helman farm in the city of Ash-
1889, 1884 and 1888. In 1881 he was and oom be call at Cbitwood'e.
ing representative of Whipp'a Jackson Ian 1 has lieen Bub-divi<ied ami Is now
appointed Minister to Austria, a po
offered in small tracts at very r'*;~oua-
to Mill’s Star Bakery and try ville Marble Works, and is taking or ble piioee. If yon want n pleasant
aition which he resigned in 1882. He his Go
"Premium Bread” and icecream. * ders in all parts of theconuty. Wtnpp home or a good investment ill a g >o i
is supplying more fine marble work in
has represented New Jersey, his pre
M i oi
’» iiinx teMb.tv to rvni
Freeh California citrus fruits,bananas the cemeteries of .Soiltheru Oregon than part of Aslil.m l, don’t fail to see this
» •. •
sent home, in Congress for a number
tract. For sale by G. F. Billings*>r A.
etc., at Wexler’B bakery.
of years. In the last Republican
Lumber of all kinds for sale at very I). Helman.
If you want life insurance in the
Wanamaker ¿¿ Crown,
National Convention he received a
land m *i town
brat Insurance Company in the world lowest prices at the Youle A Gilroy
PH ¡LATE l .1 *1*A, 1‘A.
strong vote in the fight for the Presi and lowest rates, call on Billings, planing mill in Ashland, where all < an yet lie bad of E. B. Hunsaker at Th.
- T. ”or
dency, but was defeated.
[3-nj bills will l>e filled ill short order. *
THE ROAD AGAIN.
Have been reduced to actual cost price and will so be sold
If you want anything in
Sateens or Garni >rics.
Lawns or ( 1lia llie
For 5 Cts.
can buy them of us at original cost price, as we
close out all these goods for the season
For 10 Cts.
We will do the same with our
You can buy them cheaper of us than anywhere else.
G. E. DEAN
Opposite the Postoffice
Closing Out at COST.
Closing Out at cost.
Contemplating a change in my business at an early pe-
riod, I will offer my entire stock at cost until
the same is closed out.
Made and Repaired,
Men's Navy Blue Overskirts,
Reduced to $1.
To be closed out at 40c
Men’s Red Flannel Shirts
Reduced to $1
Men's Fine Shirts,
All Kinds of Tobaccos
All at cost.
Men’s Overalls, reg. price 75c..
Will be closed out at 55c.
Men’s Fine Woollen Shirts,
All at cost.
Men’s Silk Handkerchiefs,
Men’s Common Overshirts,
All at cost.
Hats of All Kimis,
All of them at cost.
Men’s Boots and Shoes.
All at cost.
Men’s Nobbv Hats,
< Inly 75 cts. each.
Bovs’ Boots anti Shoes.
All at cost.
Reduced to 35 rents each.
Bovs' Fine Shirts,
All at cost.
Gents’ Dollars, Cuffs, Jewelry. Ac.
All at cost.
All Lincs of Enderwear
At cost to close.
ExAinine those large plugs of T'o-
bacco-l>elow cost-onlv 25c.
DON T WAIT until it is too late if you want a surr or
clothes at cost or a bargain in any other line as we
propose closing this stocK IMMEDIATELY.
0. ÏÏ. BLOUNT,
Johnson Block, Ashland, Or. •
Clothier and Hatter