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SOUTHERN OlUiGON MAIL, FRIDAY, JUNE 3. 1892.
(JET YOUR BEARINGS.
: OfcCIDE NOW IN THE INTEREST OF
MOLLIE AND THE BABIES.
Th Only Oat l Throueli Votln;
lor Vonr Own luterl Kuruitni anil
j Ctty Toll Unit Pull Togntlier The
Mnubick AwaUiua, Order.
' It is- now in order for the farmer, be
he Republican or: Democrat, to get his
political quadrant at work and ascertain
his wherealwnts The silver iill is laid
'on the slielf-it is a thilft; of the great
- past, and with tt onglit to l placed the
traitors who pnt it there, and if the Re
publican or Democrat were as patriotic
as be is partisan, the walls of the house
of representatives wonld no more echo
to the infernal treason of thu people's
enemies. ' '
" if Jefferson and Jackson are cogni
zant of the doings of Democracy today
how -they would blush! If Phillips,
Waile. Tlmd Stevens and the immortal
Lincoln are gazing back over the ini
jiassalile gulf" how their spirits yeiirn
for some Lamrns to warn these renegade
Kepulilicans of the danger they are
rushing to with ail the canvas they can
Poor Mossback! See him as he stands,
sraittug for the-convetitiou at Chicago or
.Minneapolis to meet, so that he may
hear the shibboleth of his party! Oh.
how he longs, to know what he 111 nut be
lieve during this campaign!
Jt makes hiui tired. No time now to
think of the trip to the conuty sent to
visit the treasurer's ofiice uest fall, or
to dream of the sheriff's sale he may be
interested in more directly than he
would relish, no. The darling of his
. lean soul and idol of his heart, his party
is in danger of being blotted out by the
fool Alliance folks, socialists, cranks
and Gat Inuatics.
, The wife and little ones are forgotten
in this mail serge to save bis party;
What to him the perpetnity of the
Union? What o him that his neighbor
vases pooreraud jworer? What if the
. mortgage is maturing -if the taxes are
- piling up and his resources are drying
p? . Let it all go; ll:e party must he
saved, lie is so blinded by p-artyisiu that
were heaven to be won or hwt by his
act. hell wonld be his jrtiun
My farmer friend, do yon realize that
yon and your fanner friends pay for Oi
per cent, of all the expense, no matter
if yon have only . X! per cent, of the
. Jealih of Ibis nationr"
Know yon that the capitalist owns 63
per cent, of the properly of this nation
and (lay less than S3 per cent, of its ex
-Do yon not know that "nearly nil the
' 6ilver money of the United States costs
yon and me from t4 to 5 per cent, per
annum to tmt it in the channels of irade?
This is the nnb." and why the son of
Abraham opposes free coinage of silver;
jfhonld it be coined free, there wonld
mo no lionsls upon which to draw inter-
' est. and o Hooknose of Lombard and
iv, n c., i.i i,; t
the promise yon made yonixeir and me
last winter a ysir ago? If yon remem- ;
ber. we petitinned the Itfi.-datnre of In
diana to revise the tax list and place all
property and wealth on an eqnal foot
int; for taxation. We pot an answer in
naviug onr tasea donbleilt
. Kicjj iitaire ill of England answered
tmr fiirefathers that way. KesnJtr Loks
- of North Aaiencan colonies!
SVhat siail Shylock lootv Answer at
the pdU next November.' We peti
tioned for redncrioii of fees and salaries.
-The whole fixed salary horde, with
acarcely an exception, stormed the leg
islative halls, anil dwn we went again!
put yon not promise to smoke souie
legislator's scalp? 1 did: Now is the
Time to start said smoke mill. Keep it
np and see that no man who so coolly
fttUl ns ont ever gets on the ticket for the
legislature. Send the tnan there who ia
handy with his "dntes." and when he
lias downed bis man lay to and drag the
Another session of onr general as
sembly like that will semi enongh men,
women and children to fill every poor
iionsf and every jail and every peni
tentiary in the state, and. my brother,
yon and I will have to pay the bilL Do
yon not Ijfce it pretty well? . '
' Brother. ! not make any mistake.
There is no way ont of these hard times
only by voting for yonr own interests.
There is no royal boens poens short cnt
ont: the machjne is made to grind just
pne juay. Now, brother, will yon grind
or be (rronnd? Decide now in the inter
est of MoUie and the babies!
Ves. brother toiler of the city.' who
Jost yonr job because yon wonld not
work fo; starvation wages remember
the gall and bitterness of seeing the
. wife's pinched features and hearing the
children cry for b ead!
Go to the People's convention and
work witlj all yonr might for a good
tnan en the ticket from president to
. supervisor. Now is the time to work
work as though yon were him on whose
soje arm hangs victory. George EL
jpiarke in American Nonconformist.
Peopla'a Parly In Kansas.
- The state convention of the People's
party of Kansas will be held at Wichita
Jane 13. to elect twelve delegates at
large to the national convention to be
held in the city of Omaha on Jnly 4,
1893, and also to nominate ten electors
and the following state officers: One
fongressman at large, associate justice,
governor, iientcnant governor, secretary
of state, attorney general, state auditor,
state treasurer, superintendent of public
It is further requested by the state
. committee that in every precinct where
there is no People's party club that one
be organized, and that a list of all voters
. attending the primaries, with postoffice
address, be sent to the state committee.
."Also that a collection be taken np at the
primaries, to be apportioned as follows:
Forty per cent, to county committee, 40 .
per cent, to state committee ana vi pec
pent, to national committee.
Tlie state central committee of Ar
kansas has adopted tho following:
Whereas, The People's party Is contending
for principles which It regarda as essential lo
he welfare of the people aud the perpetuation
pi American liberty: and
Whereas, Other political parties now Id ex
istence are bitterly opposed to these principles:
s a matter of much more vital Importance
lmZJ?n ,Z?lZyt " S a rew
places; now, therefore, bo it - .
iteaoivea. i&ax we recoramena to oar dcodib
that they refrain from any fusion or eombiua-
lion with other political parties, and that they ; 01 lne wona, reiuse to vote wnth the
make a straight contest on the baaia of our 5,000,000 toilers who inscribed the gos
principles as heretofore set forth. " . 1 pel of St. Louis?'
ZRUor and Duty.
In their flight from their tasKmasters
the people have, about reached the Red
Eea. We cannot retreat. Litacr the
floods will be parted tor ns and close us
of old npo-.i our pursuers, or a life anil
death strangle will ensue between op
pressors and oppressed between thot-e
who would destroy and enslave and
those who are seeking to enter into the
inheritance prepared for them by a
It behooves every man who desires a
peaceful solution of our ever increasing
complications to do all in his power to
make the deliverance peaceful aud hu
mane. To further postpone the controversy is
to unite class aud challenge the arbitra
ment of the sword. Our past experience
should be sufiicieut to warn us to steer
clear of this abyss of peril aud the hell
of war. If this economic
revolution now in progress in the United
Suites is not speedily successful, the in
dustrial people will have no one to
blame but tji.miselves. Through suffer-,
iug and research they have learned the
causes of their distress. They have or
ganized, decided upon remedies and
made kuowu their demands. They have
the umnbera to make their wishes ef
fective. The constitution and laws of the conn
try place the whole matter within their
hr-nds. Nothing is now needed but a
proper use of the ballot. If the friends
of reform will make one fearless aud
uuited effort the victory will be won.
-A Call to Action." General James B.
The Country Condition.
The condition of the country today is
worse than it was just after the war.
It is troe at that time the devastation of
the south was fearful, but it was uot as
bad as it is today. Ali were in alxiut
the same boat and there was common
sympathy between all classes, but not
so now. The lalxiring people have lieea
crushed while the special few have been
favored by tae unjust class legislation
" this country.
The products of labor sold for fair
values and the people, we mean all the
eop!e, prosjiereU. The circnlating
medium was tiien eqnr.l or almost so to
the business demands of the country.
Uut how is it today? Of the entire busi
ness of this country 92 per cent. is. duue
on the credit system, on confidence.
Yet with this fact before the world men
have the civl iciiy to tell yon that it is a
want of confidence. Was ever argu
ment more preposterous?
What the people ueed is for the gov
ernment to tnie its hands off of ns and I
l:ieu carrv nni us part 01 ine contract
and the people will prosper. Let the
government famish the people with a
circulating medium snfiicient to do all
the business of the country n;ioa a cash
basis, then, you will see people rroqscr.
This is the government's duty, and it
should put it within the reach of every
atuea at the same rateof tawho u,
able to fnmish a K"" security. Tins is
what the country uecls and what it
! mnst liave. ltc:in only besotlca throngh ;
rl:We are not afraid to show prices
isoatheru AiI;;inco Farmer.
IT Tiny rio: t . inorsnco.
There nevt-r was a full lenl tender
dolhir that wrj not worth 100 cents to j
pay tnxes or discharge a debt. This is j
the logical result of tho power conferred .
by the United States constitution upon ;
congress "to coin money" and to "regn- j
late the vlue thereof. " Vet Jnd.e
Uninjihrey in his Agora nrtide says that :
money is one of the things or nature
anu tiiar its vaine -cannot De auecica.
excpt temimrarily. by legislation."
I he gold Lns 01 nail street have a
specious pleader . in this democratic
judge, who would have us believe that
he conld have given pointers on the
money question to the framers of onr )
national constitution and likewise to the '
.k. fc. .-,.t.,-ll-
tamed the greenbackera new or the
passage aUve quoted.
liiere are mere scnooiooys in tne Al -
liance that can give pointers to th
present occnjeuit of the liench of the
Eighth judicial district on the money
question. l ney wonm not ue guilty or j
confusing the entirely distinct properties !
of commercial valne (or price), intrinsic
or inherent valne and monetary (fiat)
valne as does this judge whose plea '
shows sadly a need of posting himself :
on the fnndamental law of onr country.
Junction City (Kan.) Tribune.
Kuniuui All Richt.
. $. McLallm. editor of the Topcka Ad
vocate and a high ranking apostle in tho
People's itrty. is in the city. The
Marsh Murdock gubernatorial boom, he
thnnght. would notcomplicate matters
any. "for." said he, "the People's party
will sweep the state no matter what the
Republicans may da We will carry
the state. It's not a question of ma
jorities, but the state is onrs. .
"Jerry Simpson will be returned to
congress," be continued, "by at least
10.000 majority. They can't beat him
ont there. The Seventh and Sixth are
sure. Webb McNall will probably make
the race against Baker, but he won't
have a show. McNall is a fool. He re-
signed a $3,000 job to run for congress,
aud now he is a back number. Kansas
will not go Republican this year. .Kan
sas City Dispatch.
Not Tramps from Choice.
One should pot fall into the popular
error of thinking that all tramps are
professional "bummers." 1 think that
perhaps a majority of those whom 1 see
are men who are going to some other
point in search of work. Many of theso
are employed by farmers and ranchmen
living in the vicinity of the railroads at'
such times of the year as they need as-'
sistance, and several employers have,
told me that they were generally very'
good help. 1 have repeatedly known of
tramps seeking work who had worthless,
time checks in their pockets from pre
vious dishonest employers. ' It would
be doing a very grave injustice to these
men to class them with ordinary va
grants. Dr. J.N. Hall in Harper's
Ktlrrlne Mutton. :
At a large and enthusiastic meeting of
the People's party in St. Panl the hall
was decorated with epigraphic banners
and streamers. Following are some of
"Equal justice to all: special privi
leges to none;r "The old soldiers heard
the long roll call in the sixties: they
hear now the mighty slogan of hnman-,;
, v, . .u .u.e 111 oue aBuuu am
; ance;" "Can any man of the middle
. i .v. i 1
""".".luD wealul r.w
5 . d c
Greenbacks, Bank Bills, or we will take Gold in
exchange for goods, at the RACKET STORE, Med
ford. Every artlice guaranteed full value. No
Baits, No Credit and One Price to All.
Always the Clieapest.
All Silk Gloves, 33, 40,
Sclirtv all competition,
ll.ilbi iirgan Shirts. 2 tc and up.
Bay Rum Il iir Oil, 10c.
Box paper, 5 to 25 ct.
Belts, 10 and 24c.
Baby Caps, 25 to Soc.
Huiton hole sill:; 2c
Ixilt es. 10 to 25c.
Black hoe, 7c and up.
Beads, 2 and 5c string.
Roys' ties,' 3c and up.
Bachelor buttons, 7c per doz.
Cnt down exj euscs.
Curling irous, S and toe.
C-'.-et steels, toe.
Cotton lace too cheap to be
Carpenter pencils, 25c per doz
Chemise, 33 to 70c.
Corset covers, 3 c.
CoUuu gloves, 12c and up.
Corsets 39c atid up.
Cra.-h. 9, 1 1 and 12c.
Crochet needles, 3c set of 3.
ijon'l dtetay coiaiug.
Dress stays, 5c doz.
Dress Shields, I2C
Damask, 35c and up.
Darning uttdics. 2 lor ic.
i . . . .. , , . .
I Dress --wttons, all shades. 2 to 7C
J P11" uz-
j Everything il bargain.
j Envelopes. "3, 4 and 5c a bunch
i Kuihroidcry, 3c a yard and up.
j fiVAi lower pi ices "if oil can.
! t.",,,. 1--,;,-
r cj. flags mid fans oa the
yon examine our goods.
Tlie Same Cl."
An old anjnaiutauce. who has snefced
his iioiiiiciil jMiison from the Detroit Free
Pret-s for the last iuaj ttr of a century
came at ns t!in!y:
"Kovr see here, since we harp known
von iu iiolitical work you have chaugett
t too many limes to be ilitically healthy
1 First vcu were a Ureenbacker: then a
Union Labor man: then an Independent
party man: then a i'almu of liidutry
and Farmers" Alliance man. and now
yon are howling for the People's party
How is this?"
We then replied that we once knew
irirl that some called Hamwh. others
: X. , ., .. - ,
i in urn men onsan. ana Mimeumea
Cetsev. bnt it was the same "gid dam
i girl all the time. We then K-rt hiai
; trjt) the a&snr.uice thiU he could have
w thiw irwks Id fi-nrp onl what
; we meanL
John SI. Potter in Chicago1
Inflrpenrienta In Trxtu.
Major Ben Terrell, of beguin. Tex..
while in Washington rrccntlv said:
"There never was a time in the history of
tlie Lone StarStato where party harness
hnng so looc!v on the shoulders of the
veople. Ue says the farmers have taken
Lie bit in their teeth and arc determined
to staud by the action of the Dallas con
vention. The Independents, he says,
will place a full ticket in the held, em
bracing the governorship, legislature
aud congressmen, and that their candi
date for the United States senate will
Btuinp the btate, as Palmer did Illinois."
Let Europe Govern I'm.
Tho gold b'Jcs In coDKrcsH M-cm very anxtons
to refer tho ailvrf question to ao international
conference. Arv tbey equally as anxloiut lo
refer tlio tariff question lo an inlvruatlonat
conference? i'eople'a "auiie.
Well said. What's the matter with
referring all onr qnestions to an inter-
national conference? Why should not
we let Europe manage all the United
t states' affairs? Our currency is already
controlled by the bankers of London
throuch their acents in Wall streeL
Let's move our
business olhce acrmo
save trouble. Topeka
the pond and
Congr-oatinan Minpnon Conllilent.
A Washington newspaper correspond
ent credits Congressman Jerry Simpson
Vfith the following expression of opinion,
when asked what he thought of tho re
port that a straight Democratic candi
date would ran against him at the uext
The story is a hnmbng. I ran
against Mr. James 11. Hallowell. a pop
ular Republican who polled more than
1.000 Democrats' votes. His vote was
25.181 and mine o'.(iti:t. Of conrse the
Alliance and Democrats combined.
There are perhaps iu the district ,000
Democrats, and should the Democrat
nominate a straight ticket we have
nothing to fear.. Mr. Hallowell will
uot be a candidate again, aud since the
last election the strength of my party
in the district has grown fully SO per
cent The same may be said of it
thronghont the state. 1 am confident
that 1 will be sent back to congress, and
I have no fears of either a straight Re
publican or straight Democratic ticket,
nor the two combined. Generally 1
may say the Alliauce is on a grand
boom. We will make large gains in
and it is my judgment that
r will surprise the whole country in
, ,. ..'
the south. The Alliance
will cnt more of a lignre in the next
it does iu this, I assuro
Cet yonr old statement and com
Gents' linen collars, 10c.
Gold Medal shaving soap, 10c.
Cuter web, 4 to 12c per yard.
Gents gloves at a bargain.
Hard times cut high prices.
Hair pins, 50 for 2.r
Hooks and eyes 2c a paper.
Handkerchiefs, 2, 3 and 5c and up.
Hair brushes, 10 to 25c.
Hand mirrors, 10c.
I lose supporters, 9 and 15c.
Et will pay you to see our goods.
Infants' hose, S to 19c.
Ink, 4c per bottle.
Ju-t the place to save you money.
Jet buttons. 5 to 7c per doz.
Knocked out Credit prices.
Kid gloves.. Foster's lace, $1.12.
Knitting silk, 4c spool.
Kn't vests. 24c; toe coi!iim
Lower than the lowest. "
Lather brushes, 5 to 10c.
Ladies' silk r.iits, splendid valu;.
Lead pencils, 5c doz.
Linen lace. 1 to 1 tc.
Machine oil, 5,-.
Mioses' silk mitts. 15 and iSc.
Muli:i underwear for ladies.
Mioses hose, S to 24c.
. . ,
Men s stispemlcrs. p5c am! up.
Nothing to!d on time.
KevdleS, ic per paper.
Nij;ht gowns. 70c and $t.i$e.
iote pjper. 7c per quire.
Que trial ai-.d on arc convinced,
EAiT A. D SOUTH
TH2 IIOmCT SiXASTA EO0TE.
EXTKKSS TRAINS LEAVE rODTLASD.
rm p. m
f.v. rnrllnn l Ar. I 7: .v iu m
I .v. J
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Alwi lra,u .pon:v at ihc f.,:;o,nj va-
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IVnlmifl Ar lA p. m
K'rM bun; Lv j isZf n. m
AtJIASY LOCAL UAtl.V (Except .uiu!ny.J
j S.0.1 p m l.v rortlaaj Ar i t"- p m
Hr.'J p m Ar Alluny
L ' ! r u su
. Tonrtt sicrpinK t-ar-r.r ihcawmmo lntlon
!ofccoulciaaisicnsiTs,a!ach l ioci-rf
Dctvreea Portland and Corvsiliis.
j WKST MDK DIVISION.
I Mnil trains daily, except Sunlnv:
I 7 .Wo. m I l.v IVirilniut Ar I :Vp. ni
j J J 10 p. in I Ar Corvullm Lv I l V p. ui
' At Albany and Corvallln ciiimcci xi-th tmin
of oroj:tn rucilic niiironil.
Express Trnln.t dully, except smulny:
4: ID p. ra I Lv Pnrilantt Ar I 5.1 a. m
J. p. in I Ar Mc.MiiiuYiUo l.v iti n. in
v-Throuuli ticket!! to all point eat ond
south. ' Fur tickets mid full luf.innaiMm re
sardine rntci. nuips, c;c, cation thecouipany'a
nccnl nf McHford.
R. ROKIII.KK. K. P. ROCKRS.
Mauusrcr. At. CI. K. & i. Asl .
MEDFOnO. : OIIEGON.
GEO VES a NOTIONS
FORKjT.N and domestic
J. E. SHEARER, Prop.
Palm's Old Stand.
First class work tlone to all.
Ladies' hnir cutting executed with
J ri Ci,
e- r , 1
r 1 ,Wi In mm
LJUU U VU
Overshirts, 30 c and up.
Oil tan gloves, 50c aud up.
Pins, 1, 2 and 4c.
Purses, 6c and up.
Pants buttons, 12 doz ice.
Perfumes, 9 to 25c.
Racket beats them all.
Hitching. 5c a yard and up.
Ribbons at a bargain.
Red bandannas. 5c.
Riveted overalls, 55c .
Send your children.
Sox, 5 and up.
Sewing silk. 3 and 5c spool.
Stay birding. 2c roll.
Safety pins. 2. 3 ami 4c Ioz.
Slate pencils. 3 for ic.
Skirt braid, 5c roll.
Scarf tics, i2candup.
Straw hats at a bargain.
Tiv the cash plan.
Tooth brushes. 5 and 10c.
Tape measures. 3c.
Under all in prices.
l."nl:iu:idritd white shirts, 50c.
Underwear at all pliers.
Value for your money.
Venti'ated corsets, 50c.
Veiling, 14 and 27c.
Why pay iiire.
Windsor tic, all prices.
Wire hair btuhes. 25c.
Xji-nscs can be cut down.
Y'U can compare prices.
Youths' bicycle hose 9 and 17c.
Youths suspenders, 9, 12 aud 15c.
Zero prices 0:1 the etr.iti s:ck.
and only ask that;
G. L. WEBB.
Boots and Shoes.
ii:V at : :it'iO:i Jo this line
v caii tli l-tti-r Uv .!V !
:itiU!ifrs thr.M i
lc:i U-r. in nil fci.iti !
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! wtrrr bv Ut every Tt-.3:ay fn-ra nco
i nntil &iianlarrHn.ai.i ilH-'ha:ur.,oi :ae lircr
: cao a ft ycroi. In S:ti. jMm fans a rrcvM
at Uos Ar..'lcs ot izts as a I yvar.a :er aue
Ttt!s V. vas sinrnl by Jl:e crirUmtl Joe
l!vUirr.f CiiilWiii. holy Momiay. Kooktrs
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Mk by tr.p. Strriii i:: Wh. by U;ins:
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Kotrr: !?, by !;:rt.r: l''Xh. by i;;:i. Monkey:
liih. Imp, uiarv froci uluil of Harrison ct lira a
don. lcwis V's dani wnt LJrrle P. by Icloatrr. by
imp Austniiia.:. tiui-l In o:tt bncsl by ..
I. iruchatd of Sacrum? t to. California. IUr
1st dam was AdUic A. by AsicroM: cd.lor?;ta
br insp. Svvoro(yi!:3rd. Mrxl iVn by Tborc
hill; 4:h. ynry ThoKuT by imj. Consul: 5rh.
Pnrwi Ly Kiin-Inlvh"1 Koatiuko. luro.ft
by imp. Morr:tLiiu; TtX h::p omrv by Popinjay;
Mh. Burbn"s d;.m bv lircip(ti;t; fh. ty
Hiphtiyer: imh. Tiffany by Kciipso: Ulh.
lias bv Skin; li line Wildru' damt by
Crab: 13. KUviy of CliiKlm: Uih, Old Kbony
by lln.:o: li;h, Macys Marc by Massvy j
TERMS OF PKKVtCE.
Hy Ihe sTMn, fTik. and grxv pnMurnjr fur
nihi ciarrs during the timo for SlO cJditfoca).
Kvory precaution taken to prevent accidents,
but no repocfeiblUty assuu d.
NOTICE FOR rURLlCATION.
Lnml OiTlcr at Rosrburc. Oiv.. May 17. 12.
Noticts is hcrv(iy iriven that tho uUuw:ng
nnmeil Mtlrr ha !iKU nutito of his tiiH'tittou
to muUo Until prwf in sp;htI of his claim, act
Uiut taUl prx t vilt bo uiatlo ivIuns the judKC
or clerk of tbt ouuU1 court. f Jackson cutKity
Orcnn. nt Jcl;bvUlc. Or., on SMtmUv.
July 9. IJ. viz: HomcMcaa futry No ivitti, oi
IriV it. naynioiul, fir the V.lr of ?VVi., and
WwofssF..i of c2rt. tp;!s?s. rS.
Ho nunics tb: followinj? wltiucsrcs to prow
hi continuouh nvsiUence upon uutl cuittvttoK
of. Mtitl lui:d. rt. :
Albion II. Uoolliby. SquiroS. Aikon. Churlcs!
Dra of Prospect, Juckstin Co, Ore. and Harvey
Rtchurdon of Ivtnu, Juckson Co.. Oregon.
John H. Suurc. Utyistcr.
NOTICE FOR PUULICAT10N.
Lund Offlco at Ro.olurt. Or.
Muy ai. iflS
; Notice I") hereby given tlmt Jho following
nmmnl settler bun IHtnl notice of his iutoutioc
to make lliitil proof in supiort of his claim mid
Hint sulil proof will bo untile before the judge or
clerk of the county court of Juckson couuty Or
ejron lit JacUuviiltT Ore. on Saturday. Muy 1,
l.vD- vlr: Ilomest-ad Ktitry No. 4iiif Tbeo
pbilus A. Askew, for the N of Sec SS, Tp !tos
Ho names the . following wltnenscs to prove
M-s coutluuous rcsidcuco upou anil cultivation
of said land vis:
John K. Olson of nenuli Jacob Conlcy, Ar
temus Armsirong nnd William Jumper KodfTt'rs,
uf Sams Valley, ull of Jnokson couuty. Oregon.
Sl-9o Jons 11. SntiPE, Register.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
Land Oftlrc nt Roscbnrsr. Ore.', Mav 19. M5.
Nut ice l.i hereby clven that tho followinfr
name 1 settler has tiled notice ot his intention
to niako tlnal pnvif in support pf hi!" claim, mid
that said proof will lis made before the Judge
or County illerk of Jackson county, Oregon, at
Jucksouvilie, Oregon, on Saiunlay. July IMC,
vii: HomeHteati entry No. 4711. ot John O. Ilris
coe. for iiie NWW of sVH'. $S of NS'!i aud
SV'ofNErfS.'efl. TpXi. II lw.
He names the following witnesses to rrovo
' his continuous tesidei.eo upon and cultivation
of said Inntl, vis:
! Thomas tl. Duwson, H. L. II11I. J. A.-Houston
and S. 1'. Oliver, oil of Klun. Jackson county.
: Oregon. SI Si) John H. Buci'b. Kcgtstw.
If you tuke puis it Ik 1ocaufte yoa bavo never
S. B. Headache and livsr Cure.
It worltH no nicely, cleansinff the Liver &e3
KiUnejK : U'b uc a mild pb.vi.ic ' Itboat caus
ing pion or nlrknt.es. aud does nut stop you
frtu ttl:u a&U wurkiQtf. m
TO TltV IT IS TO UECOJ1R A FKIEKD TO IT.
For sale by Geo. II. Hasklus, Mcdford, Ot
THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
I. E. Tl.-iover. local ar-nt of the
singer jin Co., tor Jtajkson and
Jos-phine coiintii.s. has his ollice with
J. E. Elder. M -Jford and Mrs. E. M.
Sumc. fl'.-sinls I'iuss, who are authorized
to collect in:i;y m-.d receipt fur the
Sing.T Co. In mv name.
T. E. HOOVER.
Hane? Saved is RJniev Ifai?,.
- j j .
hWitprurmf nxrmnth fitaln-tm (tut-j e&
1 o-jri:. c:.-; it ii..-Uiustralton and firing lowest lw of charge. If favorable the inrentor is
!tr.a.4;aicturttV w iia iu..coiu:era" ' i-Cised as to cost of procerlinp. etc Our fees
d:Mcum..f every kind of rods acd MjlriWiire always resonablc. We reer to ail ex
! ircruf-icturrd aud tmnoncd into th L iti " conin3iis-.iorifrs of patents during Lhe past quar
i f-ta:cM. Grwrici Iioueb-iJ Gotri. Fmi , tr of a century and to clients in all parts of tha
! lure, nbihtrf. Ln.!-' an-1 (ifnt nothing and eountry. of whom names in your Stale will be
j KsirM-h. uk ocs. Drvss Goods. White Goods, frfn "?'0 reqaest. Our book of instructions.
Iry G.tKi-. l.ats Cj- U.x,ts an-J S-joes.
:.rts. No' o'js. Glac5Wure. Staii-jnery,
atche.. Co. ks. Jew.lr. S:lrcrware. Bu?fte
wm:.v, A?r:-r-tmi imvienjnts. ic ONLY
FiKST :tSS G"ODS. Catalou bent on
rt v i o. ceau fc.rexprte. We are the
I J!fj, ii1-;-.?,
i- Vr r ;, -r - Jifc.?e.l?I
S U&tJZl yk;r TSSi
' t-v rx;ir. frrl-u vrt'h prtv:ti to IT
Tfco Read to Wealth
n Caeaot be I3cctjf!:r trm'-ed oitlf
R art rccJ tci-lfc. To recei mi'-b ot ur
ceteloj petilk a ia lilt rrq'-ircs tfca fst
Taet cccitioss cuct oli cs:ess tha
aSjtidl fca Is la cried coiiiag
cr.'cr, aej tii: It I-.potJ;:e s6u tiM
lh;r i:d fpictuirs trplj. t:.obstntct
fcj C eci " j-j. cstiirj I.-ilgcsJwa
CR. KEN LEY'S
English Ctr.dDiion Tonic
exertt a cptcile laacace crcr tb iher.
excites it ta tci!ij actio. roioSci Its
chnclc enjstnerts. zr.i prceotcs tfc
secfctiocs ; cres Ucisriteo ard caasti
I fit ion. ha-r;r J tS-e srjetite, torts na !
ths enttia trf.e-a, sr.i ckes lifa worth I
ONC OF THE GREATEST.
-OF THE AGK.
Dr. Woouiyck of Ktrbr. Josephine
as u:sco-crva a new
and ai! kiu lr-'d diseases of thi aiimen-t.-.ry
tanl. The new remedy is called
EoirJatDr of me Esirsls and Wml
It cures all Summer complaints, all
irregularities of the st imnch sad bow
els, no n;;;tor what the ccuse is. It
dtws not consiijvit and hss no ouium
in it. It grows plentifully on the I'a
cit:c s!oj.'. There is r.o dan?r in tak
ing it. as it hiss b.vn us-d by a number
We. the undvivijrnotl. citizens of
Jviscp!iinj County, sitato of Oivjron,
hereV.y certify lh::t we have used Dr.
WooUcoek's lfcgula;r for tho S:ou:ch
nnd Bowels and '.relieve that it -is ail
that is claimed for it. That it- is thfl
best known romody for all suininer cm
V.'m. R'lk-r, Gi-nr.t rass: Win. A.
Ih. ly. P. H. Yhit eo. E. Floyd.
Fl. S. 'ixxieock. N.J. VWHHloock. Chas.
Duncan. Kerby, S. n. YVhit". B-rt Ad
imis, Waldo. Suld bv Drusrgists gen tr
olly. ' ,
tnrP CsnjA. Ciit!, IrSneaa. Cwnchnts.
for LlrcM. utKms. and ex:v aRtn of Hie
Thro.'l, Lur-Smi I Cl.t't.:r.c:iid;n(t Censnnrtion.
SiceujrauJlnaJUC.iU t-eutiacsiea "I, Buttt.'
Skilled help turulsaied hotels and Kftaurants.
Private boarding houses and families.
Labor hired for railroads mid contractors.
?e register strictly first class cooks, "waiters
X. Srd. St,
S. R. rillLLiPS, Maur.
own KvaMtrk.wiirrrvcr thry liv.
W inni!h crrrrlUtitr. ttrt yn, Xt riJt. ou cn litWc
-emr nnt hm ruruis, ur tl )-our ltn lo b wtnti. Thb toma
fiiilwiy nrw Irndjii j brine OoUiTftil nr c evr" ot kr
ttij ii r rtitt a littl xt'vriraoc. V can rmiih tb cut.
U-'riwrut ind tMch jpm f l.TK. No tjer to rsplnlw hro. Full
J. W. MILLER,
Repairs Buggies and Wagons
MAKES BEE -:- HIVES
At very reasonable rates. Next door
to Merrnnan 8 blaccsmlth 6hop,
MEDFORD, - - - OREGON.
J. R. WILSON, BUCKSMITH.
Horse and Oxen Shoeing-
We Will Pay
A salary of 2 to V per week to GOOD
apenu to reprenent ns in every county a&d sell
our penensl lice of Merchandise at maaufact
unrrs priceK. Only those wfco want steady em
yloyment need apply. Catalogue and partlca
Iars sent oa receipt of S5 cenib for exprese&ge.
A. KARPEX CO..
122 Quiney StreeL Chicago. I1L
Prom rod In the United States acd foreign
countries. Twvnty-fivc yesr experience as
fcoiiciinr-B befrre the Paiect Office- and a attor
neys In patent causes be 'ore the courts has
jiircn us aa extent iv jtractirc as experw. We
give specUl aitcoTion to craves rejected is atber
bands. alo to interferences, sppcahs. relssoes,
trade-marker, the prepenukm of optaWo aa to
itfrfr?tin-nt. sxpe and ralidily at patents,
and the prosecutioc and defense of suits fur in
frincemcnL Limiting' our practice enables u to
crefulty sndy trach case and pet claims in the
orijrinal paU-nt as brood as the inrenting. This
i- low cfperfall? important iuTiev of the dif
ficnlty In otts.infni? a reissue of a tlefectlve pat-t-nt
ar.d of n-ainiainjr it in the ccurts after it is
; obtained. The employment of competent sttor-
ners i iMPOhTAST.
Upon receipt of tnodeK sketch, ot phocno-
?raiib. w pive our opinion as to patectabUttr
; cic. ?ni iree.
? EDSOIf BSOTHERS-
, ThiiAi. iruo t a.
, Sqmtabi Buiidin 1003 F St.,
- , Waslixxigton, I. C.
: ra-r :hrv- for t- m hA.
Ulu?r- bootl-t. -InrentiTe Peeress
cur 'cu2 quarto eeaienaial pbamplet
j tw-tru year of prJSct
Fa sitive? 5 ssff
Eheomatism. enralgiau Corns,
HEAOACHE. and ALL PAIN.
Tbe CiliforsU PesitiTi uj Segaur.
ELECTRIC COUGH CUSS
C 112X3 COUJB, CE0UP. C0551T1CPTI0I.
SoM by a3 Dross. tmA SSc.SOc tl.
Cmltw A Ca.. Proo a. Loa ml.Cal
cm ei.5t:c kooftsg fklt -ok
cc'.y &(tT ko eqiurc rcet. Hakes a pood
rvot tor yv-jr. a0 acjoo can pnt It oa. tni
--;-n:;i fr sun-; ;c and fctl r-rucniar.
t;n Kijisxic Koorisc Co
39 41 West Bboakwat. New You.
LOCAL. AGEXTS WANTED.
W isdom's Eobertine.
Is a sfrictly hygenic preparation.
Whila it beautifies and preserves
the complexion it removes all
l'lotehes, pimples, sun, wind tan,
freckles And all blemishes and im
purities of the skin of whatever na
ture. It is used by the recherche
of society and the stage and bears
tlie highest endorsements from
chemists, physicians and artists
ever given to any preparation of its
kind. Sold only by drugists.
They Say It Contains Xo Poison.
The celebrated chemists," ' whose
opinions are above the price of gold,
tell what thev know. "
Sax "Francisco, June 29. 1SS9.
DEAR Silt: We hare made an ex
haustive chemical analysis of ''Wis
dom's RobQi-tino," obtained by us in the
own market, and find it to be free from
all poisonous cr deleterious ingredients,
constituting a harmless preparation for
the fii.ee. Yours truly,
Thomas 1'rice & Sox,
To Messrs. Y. M. Wisdom & Co
Are Yon Suffering.
From back ache, inftamation of . the.
liladder. brick dust deposit or stone in
tho bladder, or in fact any derange
tnejits of tho kidnevs or uriuary or
gans? If thus afflicted do not loosse time
and waste money on worthless lini-'
ments and worse "plasters, but strike at
the seat of the disease at once by using
tho greatest of all known remedies,
the celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea
Pleasant to take, purely vegetable
Satisfaction every time.
One Dollar Weekly
Buys a good Gold Watch by our Club
System. Our H-kart gold-tilled cases
are warranted for 0 ysars. Fine Elgin
or Walt ham movement. Stem wind
and set. I-ady's or Gent's size. Equal
to anv S50 watch. To secure airents
whera we have nooe, we sell one ol the
Hunting Case Watches for the Ciub
pi-ico $5 and send C. O. D. by express
with'privilege of examination before
paying for same. -Otir
agent at Durham. N. C, writes:
"Our jewelers have coaiessed taey don't know
how you caa furnish such work tor the Mou.y."
Our agent at Heath Sorinsrs,S: C says:
"Your watches take at siV-ht. The gentleman
who got the last wuteh saiil that he examined
aud prieed a )eweler"s watches In Lancaster
that were no better than jours, but Ihe pric
was Sis." - '
Our agent at Petniccton.Tex., writes:
"Am in roeeip i of the watch, and am pleased
without measure. All who have eaen it say It
would be cheuy at MO."
. One good reliable Agent wanted for
eaoh place. Writo for particulars.
Empire Watch Co., New yorlg