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MAIL PUB. COMPY,
To The Guarantors.
Every person who has afflx-ahis hatno to the
subscription- guarantee should not lose a
-Ynorctjit in securing every stiesrrioer possible'
s the time is now ripe for this work arul every
-day lost ia so much time lost in the cause, nnd
'subscriptions will he only that much" more dif
flcuit to' secure. " Organization hus heon cf
XecteJ and a president secretary and treasure!
elected, so send ia aanw3 to them as fast as
they are secured, accompanied by the money
. . ,: By order of Ira Wakefield,
I.-hceli. Or. . President.
Per G. Bmuos, Sec'y & Treas.. Medford. Ore. I
To Old Subscribers.
Persons wishing to discontinue their sub
scription to this paper may do so by paying up !
all arreases, fiiA until that Is done we must
rfcompjy with the law. which says: "No paper
'Shali be stopped with subscription unpaid.'' J
The subscription pries to this paper has been
reduced to f 1.0 jusr year if paid in advance ;
'Otherwise Wwill be charged. The price being
. so low we must do this to protect ourselves.
Of course this does not yertain to those hav
. tag to do with our guarantors.
J. .. . SAXQjAL.
1 L. Polk, president Farmers' Alliance and
Industrial Union, at SJi D Street, Washington,
J. C: Ben H. Clover. vice-nre-ident. Onmbridire,
.Kas.; J. H. Turner, sec'y; J. K. 1VUUU3, loc-j
surer, OskMoosaKan. ;
r. . OSEGOJSi STATE ALI.IAXCE.
President. ...(,t.Jtatuun Pierce, MUton
1st Vice-prs James Hruco Corvallis ;
8nd Viiepres- S. H. Holt Vhoenix
-Fec-t; Treasurer.-. .W. V. livers. .Oresron city j
Chaplain Iro Overturf Wist j
Steward Wta. Brown Caker City
Doorkeeper P. I, liart Mt. Tabor
.'ias3t-D-keeper..Mrs. cJeo. Carmiehael.. Weston
' Executive Committee--Nathan Pierce, W. W.
Myers. G. W. Weeks, W. A, Samule. TV. H.
V- Stale Lecturer. M V Rnrk, Salem.
JfATIOXAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES
II. E. TAUBEXECK, CB AIK5IAS.
EOHEKT SCHILLING. Secretary,
- Milwaukee, Wis.
M. C. Rankin, Treasurer. Tdrre Haute, Ind.
3. H. Dar Sulphur Springs. Texas.
Ignatius Lonnelly, Hastings, Minnesota.
G. F. Oaither, Birmingham. Alabama.
G. F. Washburn, Boston. Mass.
-- K5GON STATE COMMITTEE.
William HGalvani. Chairman.
J. F. Hendrix. Secretary.
I?. Pierce. Treasurer.
"SOUTHERN .(mm IT AIL.
fiux a. J K.EXTSOS-. lYI ED.
published ETery Friday Morning.
'SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE.
Entered in the Poetuince at Medford, Oregon,
- as Seooa'd-lass 24aU Matter.
' Medford, Friday, Jxrss 24, 1802.
The grain crop prospect of the
east are away below the average
'ftii year. Floptjs,' cyclones and no
crops. What a lot!
-.Is dodging the silver question
.he republican party has set an ex
ample which the democratic part'
The citizens of Medford- have
a2f n hand the celebration of
bur national holiday, and as every
one knows that Medford never does
anything by halves, it is a pleasure
to say that" the greatest gathering
of the season will" be on hand to
participate in the festivities. " '
G hover Ci.evej-a.nd was nomin-i-
ated at Ch:cao for p-esident on
the first Dallpt. ' The convention
went wild for him. On ' going 'to
pres3 we learn that Isaac P. Gray,
i Indians, is the nominee for vice
president. 'The platform has not
beeri reported as yetbut it' will no
doubt be in keeping wjth'trje nonir
lrt;'irHi.f a day or two following
the adjourn uoeut of the republican
oaxerttipn S" heavy hail storm, in
'which stones fell as largo as hens'
eggs, and in places as (Jeep as" two
"feet occurred in the east." This
storm i supposed to have' origin
ated from tne sudden chill caused
ty tlarrison's renoininatiou, or
Vvords'to' fhat effect.
Capt. Geo. V(. Bell, the author
find qralur, passed 'south Siturday
looming, headed. ! (or trip east to
jke part in ' the "campaign. The
Captain was asked what he thought
of the'' republican ' presidential
ticket. He replied: VOIi it is re
8jiecabIeVout very weak; especially
b6 is ReibJ. Ifo niah can be elected
jpn a national ticket nowadays who
Is notoriously opposed to organized
jabor." Capt. eli is authority, as
tyerybody knows, " "
' BP It '
J r. : .-'
"As you y ilue the cause for which
you have so nobly fought; a 6 you
value the prestige, honor and praise
to which your past achievements
entitle you; as you value the on
ward march of our cause in this
and other slates, repudiate fusion
and combination with other parties
as treason of the rankest order.
Just now the republican press is
doing their uttermost to make it
appear as though Reid has not
been as bitter against organized la
bor as rejtorted. Why, according
to this, the vote of organized labor
must mean something. But as
Reid, until his nomination, never
shirked the battle against his em
ployes, the task to prove him a phi
lanthropist will be herculean, to say
Immepiatelv after hor late
Bpeenlu'S in this section Mrs. Mary
S. Lease 1; ft for her native state,
Kansas, to t:kc part i th'jr state
convention, and we arc informed by
the dispatches th:tt she made
things hum in the convention. In
a speech, referring to Hon. Jerry
Simpson, she said she had come to
help nominate "that Abraham Lin
coln of the west, who has done
mon; in a -few months for the op
pressed than the old party politi
cians have done in a quarter of a
century." Simpson was renomi
nated for congress bv acclamation.
We protest. The Klamath Falls
Express, ever since its inception
some eight weeks ago, has printed
upon its front page a large cut of a
map of southern Oregon. About
every important town in this sec
tion has been marked upon the
map, but for some reason foreign to
to us, Medford does not appear
upon the surface of the drawing.
This omission may be jlue to over
sight, or it may be intentional, but !
whatever the cause, it is doing us
an injustice, for Medford certainly
ranks with other towns in southern
Oregon, and many concede it as
leading in business, push, location,
population and prospects. There
fore we Drotest.
To publish a list cf millionaik-s, 1
as done from time to time hyj
capitalistic pap?rs to how the;
"prosperity" of our glorious coun-j
try, is a revolutionary act which j
polite and legislative tools of the j
plutocracy should prohibit, as the
reading of such lists makes more
socialists, anarchists and other
rebels against our beautiful social
"order" than the, Rockfellcrs.
Astors, Goulds, Yanderbilts and
other wholesale robbers and band
itti may wish to see. Let lav s be
made forbidding to mention our
"prosperity;" for it will lead to riot
and rebellion of those who. are not
prosperous and unable to compre
hend that millionarism is but an
outcome of foolish laws which may,
be abolished through rational and
orderly agitation. If you make the
masses desperate by showing them
the awful wealth of the few they
will lose their patience and knock
things to pieces. Es;.
So far as free coinage of silver
is concerned, its first effect would
be to enable the owners of mines
producing this metal, to sell their
products at advanced and steady
rales, and it would encourage great
It the development of property of
this kind. In this respect it would
prove of grea advantage to t"0 west
where many wines of this metal ex
ist and where their prosperity would
be directly felt by the people. But
its greatest and best effect would be
in the increase it would cause in
the circulating medium of the coun
try. It would add andkeep add
ing to the amount of money in cir
(atign, "an4 help to make money
plentiful and cheap, and whenever
money becomes so cheap that its
investment in business enterprises
would be more profitable than the
loaning of an interest, it would be
used in that way, and would thus
help to develop and build up the
country. In these ways it would
be of vast benefit to the people, not
to the money sharks, but to the
great mass of the citizens of the
country. And so far as it would
accomplish these objects we favor
its free and unlimited coinage.
Strength and Health.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If Ha
grippe" has left you weak and weary,
Usa Electric Hitters. This remedy
acta directly on the liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding those organs
to perform th,eir functions. IX you are
afieoted with sick headache, jrou will
find speedy and permanent "relief by
taking Electric Bitters. Ono trial will
convince you- that this is the remedy
you need. Large bottles only 50o.- at
G. H. Haskin's drug tore
Used in Millions of Homes
W. II. Leeds, the Tidings editor,
was at Central Point Monday even
ing. John B. McGeo came out from
his mines in Lane county Wednes-
John E. Miller and his estima
ble wife were down from Browns-'
I oro Wednesday purchasing sup
plies. J. S. Miller came over from Cin
nabar Saturday after medical aid
fi r Charles Brous and returi ed
Rev. Mr. Phipps, of Portland,
will address the Y. M. C. A. nt the
Christian church in this city on
Sunday at 3 p. m.
We were sorry to learH of the
death of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Fronk's
little baby girl 0.1 the 22-1 inst. at
their home in Albany.
M. K. Hart boarded Wednesday
morisiiig's train for Redding, Cal.,
where he goi-s to try and dispose of
some property interests there.
I. A. Webb received a bran new
'"Xew Mail" bicycle direct from the
factory this week. Ike thinks he
can get the beast tamed down in a
Mrs. W. P. Wood received a fine
present last week from some tin
known friend in Alaska, in the
shppe of a wild goatskin. It will
make a beautiful rug.
Mrs. S. J. Day arrived at htr
home in Jacksonville Tuesday after
having been absent for a month
visiting her father and other rela
tives in Walla Walla. Wash.
Fred Bird:ey and E. L. Farra
were up from Woodville during the
week. Mr. Birdsey is an old pio
neer of this county, I ut lias not
lived here for several ypars, being a
resident of Ohio, and renting his
farm near Woodville. Mr. Farra
has charge of it at present.
Dr. W. t. Jones relured Tuesday
from a professional visit to Cinna
bar, having been called to see Chas.
Brous, who is over there for hi?
health, and J".ad sudJenly grown
worse. Mr.,Brous was much better
when the doctor It ft. Mrs. Brous
and D. II. Miller, who went over
aUhe same time, will remain for a
Home rn a Visit.
Geo. H. I?cil and V.m. L. Miller,
two bright and promising young men
of Jacksonville, arrived home Wednes
day morning for their sutaruer's veca
tiou from Ann Arbor, Jdicli., where
they have spent one year ut sehool.
The boys have the stuff ia them to
lr.ako able lawyers, and their many
frieudf wish for them all tho success
I-o?siblo in their 4ifo work.
Will Not Hov.
Sheriff-elect J. E. IVlton has de
cided not to movo hi, family to Jack
sonville but will mske Ashland his
home as forret-rly. Ke was at the
county seat Tuesday making arranger
nients to take full charge of tha ofHee
on tha first Monday of next month.
Ho hasn't let it out yet who is to be
hisoftlo deputy, although about fif
teen applications with endorsements
have bjca handed in to In in for his
Wants Some .Damages.
An action for damages has boon in
stituted in Justice Wultou's court by
Johu Davis against. (Mrs. Wilson, nee
Miss JosyphineGrif!in).of Griffin Creek,
in tha sum of 8125. It sfcim Mr,
Wilson tore out a dam in the creek
that John had placed thuro to elevatj
the wuter into a ditch to carry the
moistening fluid to John's potato patch.
Wilh no water his potato patch and
other garden truck did not survive but
perished, henej the suit. The cuse
will bj bitterly contested on both sides,
so wo will refrain from giving any of
Beal Estate Transfers.
Kdnrarrt A Johnson to Wm Ulricb, U of ll 9,
blk iu. Medford, teTiR.
Ollvir Uarhamtb to Mr. J Crowe, its 3, 4, blU
lb, 1(1 Mnlfonl. SioA.
L L ADglc to ElluPotllDfcr, laud In Medford.
Comal Mlngca toSarati V Van Riper; It 13,
bile '!," R K add to Ashland. &00.
Conrad Mlngus to S-irub F Van Ripfr. Its 1,
S, :t. 1 . r. CoolIUco'a add to Asblund, tlJ.'O.
William A L, llra to Max Mullur, tbat jiart
ovi-i of sec 30, tp40s. r3w, which lit a on the
went siclo of Apilc(?te.
Caroline Cardwell to Oliver Harbatigh. ltn 1,
2, l)lk 2 t'arrtwell'3 add to Jackxonvtllc, fton.
Stmo of Oregon to V M Sheydeckcr, ll 7, and
sw'i of sec So s. r S w, rasa acres, 73.5S.
M Scbcydecker to Umnillcu Sehoydockcr,
same liinu as above, $1.
Max Pracht to W J Schmidt, Its 1, 8, Pruoht's
Alaxka add to Ashland. tiTA
Blato of Oregon to Max Mailer, n& of sw
quarter nee SO s, r -I w, Si) acres, r 100.
Juraes d Birdsey, Bheriff, to Max Mullrr.
land in towu of Jacksonville, sherlft deed, ;.'.
jnmes O Ulrdsoy, sherld, to Max Muller,
sheriffs deed to w' i of sw quarter see IS, tp US s,
riv, tO.Sft acres, SCuu.
Harried at Jacksonville.
E. E. Martin, of Portland, and
Miss Mary, eldest daughter of Ex
Mayor Renter, were married at the
home of the ' bride's parents in
Jacksonville Sunday, Juno 19,
Rev. Father Watry officiating.
Thfi-vedding was private, only the
immediate friends of the family
being present. - The bride is an
accomplished and charming young
lady and the best ' wishes. of her
many friends go with tier. They
left for Portland Sunday evening
where they will reside,
OREGON MAIL, FRIDAY, jUNli '24. 1892.
40 Years the Standard,
Tha Royal An! Tlio Soldi r J.
Army and Navy Journal. ,
During the last year, including
the March contracts recently
awarded, the Royal Baking Pow
der Company has supplied over
212.000 pounds, or' 1C0 tons cf
baking powder for the United
States Government and its Army
and Navy officers.
For many years the government
has given its o-ders for Royal Bak
ing Powder i:i preference to ell
others, it being found superior to all
others in strength and purity by
the official examination, and the
only Baking Po.vdcr that will keep
and retain its strength in the vari
ous dim ites t. which it is sent by
A Broken Limb.
As we go to press Lowis BeatJ r ii.-s
in the parlor of the ChtrenJon hotel
with his riLt !!,' fracture-1 in to
places between ths kaoe and aukl-
The occ'uleut aceurrod near Ilia Alli
ance stable shortly after noon, Thurs
day. Mr. Bou ivv was at'-empt-iaj
10 iuIq a eolt bcUntii
to Harry Anple, and af.;r rearing
about for same ;ime, shs fell on liini
wiih the result as abuvo noted. l)rs.
Jones aud Geary 2r-o ia alVndanc-.', aad
every attention is bAng givoa tho in
jur h! man.
Oregon State Weithor Service.
Weather slightly warmer, tlxiuph
not quite normal temperature has
prevailed. Tuete has been more
than the usual .'.mount cf d.nuls.
showers occurcd on the 14lh, l'Jth
land 1:1st, but not suilicient to be cf
The cool, cloudy and occasional
showery weather b:;s been unfavor
able to hay makirg. which is now
in full.pe.-ation and large cn-p- are
being Secured. There has been
somewhat (.f an improvement in
the w" eat prosjH'cts. i-ut yet it is
below the coi:di'.ioti that it was one
Through the Wiiiametto alley
the cereal crop is as usual, good,
but not fully en average. In
Doujlas cutinly the grain pro."jM;c$s
are gool, mtn h better tlir.n com
mon. In Josi'phine and J ickson
counties the winds have been dry
ing, and farmers are generally dis
appointed in their grain crops. In
the immediate coast counties there
is no cuuipl.unt as yet relative to a
probable s!i.:rla.ct in anything ex
cept fiuit at.d this in all the coun
ties of Western Oregon is a poor
crop: not over 50 per cent of the
usual amount of fruit will bt
secured this year. Cherries, which
are not.ripe, and prunes arc erpcci
ally a short crop. There has .been
a marked absencein inserts so fur.
i probabiy due to thi Met that many
were hatched in telruarv and
March, and then were killed by
the coid rains of April. The hops
have a better growth and ar-: doing
very well ;. spraying, to prevent tha
ravages of the hop louse, lias ht gun.
Oats and wheat, through the
Willamette valley, are of good
height and heading well.
While the fruit is scarce, the
young-trees are making an umi-'ii-
lally healthy and good growth,
which is lavoraolc for next year s
The drying, though compara
tively cool winds have continued.
A few showers have occurred, but
the amount of piecipitaticn was
vThe showers made a slight im
provement in the condition of the
spring grain crop, but as a rule in
Wasco, Sherman, Gilliam and Mor
row counties the wheat prospects
are poor. "The prospects arc
gloomy," write several correspond
ents. Fall grain is past saving in
these counties, and it is estimated
that two-thirds of the wheat in
these four counties will not make
over half a crop, and the other one
third will not make hay. In Uma
tilla county north and east of Pen
dleton, the crop is in a fair condi
tion, but not an average; to the
west of Pendleton it is almost a
failure. In Union and Wallowa
counties the crops are belter than
in any other of the counties, but
yet in these two counties it is not
an average. In Baker, Malheur
and in all counties south of the
Blue mountains the grain was more
or less injured by frosts and the
drying winds, so that while the
hay is an average crop the ots and
wheat are poor. Rye is generally
a pretty good crop. Sheep shear
ing is about completed and most of
the sheep have been moved to the
summer rango in the mountains.
Fruit is iiot an average crop in
anj' of the counties, except berries,
which are very plentiful. Codlin
moth have made tl.elr apnoarauce
at 'lhj Dalles. ' 1 ;
The Columbia river has been
gradually though slowly rising dur
ing the week. Its tributaries in
Oregon continue to fall, while the
upper Columbia tributaries continue
to rise, The back water at Port
land is today 18.7 feet above low
water mark, and most of tho cellars
tn Front Btreet are flooded. .2 .
EMMONS ELAINE DEAD. .
The Ex-Scoretary's Sim Expires Suddenly
Emmonn Blaine, sou of ex-Secretary
Blaine, died suddenly at Chicago of
blood pnisonfciK, the result of inflamma
tion of the bowels. TUe fatf of his
death whs concealed for some time, the
object beiiifr to reach his father with the
news in a less shocking manner than the
Young Blaine was a notable figure m
tho exciting scenes in connection with
his fjithcr'a presidential candidacy at
Mtnncanolia. He tths confined to his
nea soon after his return rrom tno con
vention. . It is thought possible the ex
citement and strain at Minneapolis hnd
uuich to do with the prostration ensuing.
The young man's desth occurred in
the home of his father-in-law, Cyrus II.
McCormk'k. Only his wife, son and
Mrs. SlcCormick were present. Death
came so suddenly that there was not
time to summon the other members of
EimiK .n Blaine was 35 years old. Ho
was educated for the law but abandoned
the profession when he went to Chicago
twelve years ago. In he went to
work in the gener.d freight ofacn of the
of the Northwestern railroad, lie rap
idly mastered the details of the bnsims
and the following year was made divis
ion freight agent, with headqnnrters nt
Cedar Kiipids. Ia. yer.r later he be
came second assistant general freight
asrent, with his office nt Chicago. In
tc-SO ho was appointed general freight
nnd passenger agent of the Chicitgo and
St. Lonis. In 1S3 he accepted a,i exec
utive position on the Western Virginia
Central unl Pittabarg road, of which
Stephen R. Kikins is vic president and
James G. Bl.iiite a stockholder. lie re
mained with tuis road until l.istsnmmer
when he re.--iirned to become general
agent of the Baltimore and Obio with
his office at Chicago.
In 1SS0 be married Miss Anita jlcCor
mick, daughter of Cyrns MvC'ruiick, at
RiebSeM Springs, X. Y. Tha bride's
dowry was nearly $3,000,000. One child,
a son, now nearly S years old, was the
result of the union.
Ex-Secretary and Mrs. Blaine were at
their summer home whsa they received
the tews of their son's death. They
have received many messages cf sym
pathy from aU parts of tha conntrv.
Among the first to send con.I Peaces
, were President Harrison aud the ineni-
bers cf the c.-sbinet.
Bob Ford, who killed Jos James,
was killel at Croede, Col., by Edward
KeUey. Kt iVy waifced into Ford's sa
loon and eti:pti.-d the contents of a shot
tfun into thif Uttvr without warning.
At Tonaw.mda, N. Y.. the police at
tempted to di.;jH-re a gang of striking
lumber handlers who were rio'.in?. Tho
strikers were armed and they firrd on
the officers, erioalr wounding two of
Three perrons wcr Billed, two ser
iously injured and and tnine forty mora
ftuitm-d by a fash of lightning which
struck the Grant monument iu Lincoln
park. Chiia.w. Tiie poople had token
ehflter iu the vaults fr.m the fury of a
tk-jtu-er str.rm. The- broaae figure was
ntiinjared and a few dolors w ill cover
tliu damasv to tho monument.
: : : : JACKSONVILLE:
IF YOU WANT TIIE 1?EST GOODS AT THE LOWEST POSSI
::::Stapl8 Dry (Ms,
MEN'S FURNISHINGS, ETC.,
ARE OUR SPECIALTIES.
We Pay the Cash or Exchange Our Merchandise
for AH Farm Products-
READER, IT WILL BENEFIT YOU TO TRADE WITH US.
June u, isci Yours Respectfully, J. NUNAN.
RK:X XZJ.JL,TU BRAND
Thin food Is just the tiling for Colts and llornes when ia training. nd kcrps WoHiin
Etnck iw splcuilid condition. Marvin t wis and rrcouimctiti it; io-doGoMsTOith. OaiuWe, llolir
and Va!r:iiiu. The foremost Vein of the Mnte indorse it tore ch at a9c, Bttws Krn
Md Creel v. Our ltrg is also uel by me of cur bet lMullry Rat1?; ii is strou:. cheap
iid rciiuble. Ask yur dealer or ie:td to 'MauUatian Food Co., oi Howard Su, & K, Cal.
CHARLES STKAXG, Drugsist, Agrent, Medford. Ore.
flTCHELL L&WIS &
Branch, 'MEDFORD, Ore.
WWW Farm aim SuFii Wapfc Wbs,
PHAETONS. CARTS, ETC. A FllU Line Of
J. I. CASE Threshers, Engines, Ete-CHAMPION Mowers and
Binders EMPIRE Mowers and Binders RANDOLPH Headers
Red, White and Blue Mowers JOHNSON Left Dump Rakes
Bonanza and Dairy Hand Dump Rakes -CANTON Clipper and J. I
CASE PiowsBisull and Gale Ghilled Plows.
WE CARRY A
gSTGIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN
' SHOWING OUR GOODS.
IDfflElL LEWIS and
A full line of wall tents, camp stools
camp chairs, etc., at lowest prices, at
Anglo & Ply male's.
Parasols! Parasols! Parasols!
A fine variety and latest styles and
handles. On . account of the lat-j
arrival of parasols, I am offjr
infir them at a great reduction.
Kkw Yokk CheapCasii Store,'
Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores,tjttcr, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to giye perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price 25c
pur box. For sale by G. H. Haskins.
To Intending Builders,
It will pay you to write or send to the
Southern Oregon Lumbering and Man
ufacturing company of Grants Pass for
all kinds of building material: lumber,
sash, doors, and mill work of all kinds,
as they will guarantee you satisfaction
in material, workmanship and prices
Plans and estimates furnished on all
kinds of work.
The facLi'.ics cf the present day for the
production of e .crydinjj that will con
duce to the material -cfar cad comfort
of ruikiiid ere almost uailniitcd and
when Syrcp cf Firjs was Crit produced
the world vi3 enriched with, the only
perfect laxative: known, as t i the only
restec-y v.hicli is trti!y pleasfcg and re-fi-Ci!::ng
to ihs taste end prompt and
effectual to clcatsic tie cystem gently in
the Spring lime or, ia fact, at any time
end the better it is kaowa ths more pop
ular it b-"omtr.
j GRAND::: BALL
OPERA HOUSE, MEDFORD,
Monday Eve, July i
j The very best of music nnd calling
will be furnished, and no pains spared
to make this the event of the season.
CGME OSE, CCME ALL
Tickets, including Supper, $2.
JOHN V. CURRY,
IL G. NICHOLSON,
J. C. ANGLE,
FULL LINE OF
T, LAWTON, M'N'GR.
THE A .
MEDFORP; : ORE.,
Has just received a large stock of
fine CLOTHING and GENT'S
also a finestock of .
BOOTS and SHOES
Which he will sell as low as can
be sold. Small profits and quick
sales will be his motto. Call and
see for yourself. -
Has charged bands and
WORK AND PRICES
Are much more satis factor;.
Give Me a Call.
J. A. GOFF, Peop.
H. F. WOOD.
Jobbing of all kinds. Plans and
estimates furnished on application.
Jack screws to let.
FHLRGE EiSEB SHOP
W. L. Towxsesd, Proprietor.
Miin Street Opposite PstofHce-
Hot and cold L:itlis, pompadour
hair cutting and clean ton els a
Fair treatment for everrlodr.
; Give us a trial.
Colli)!! - Feie.
j Havinu bought out Frauk Gollownj
i is uovr prvi-ared to EU ail orders
! promptly. , . -
The Cheapest and Best Piolret Tenc
i tr.ade. Correspondeace Solicitud. Ad-
iliMec nil - , . .
Medford, . - - - Orejo
The leading Drag Sure of Medford is
GEORGE H. HASKINS.
t Successor to Haskins Lawton.)
He has anything in the line of
Pure Drugs, -Patent
paints and Oil?,
Tobacco, Cigars, Perfumery,
And everj-thinff that is carried ia a,
D II TJ GSTOEE .
Prescriptions . Carefully Com
pounded. Main Street, Medford, Oregon.
o wiix Brs ia o
GOOD TURN0UTf- "SSSSS
and SADDLE HORSES,
- Horses Bought and Sold, and
BOARDED at REASONABLE RATES.
GOOD CARE GUARANTEED,
MURRAY & WALKER,
L M. LYON.
Contractor ana BHilQer
J obbing of all Kinds,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Medford, - - Orcgo
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