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SOl'Tllfvk' ORKGON MAIL, 1' RID AY. JULY 8. 1S92.
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tew time is now ripe for this work sad every
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Ja every possible Instance
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haU bnstoppea with subscription unpaid.-
The subscription price to this paper has been
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pthenrise will he cnikigcd. The price being
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ing to Ofi i'-h our guarantors.
i,. I Polk, president Farmers Alliance and
Industrial Union, at Sii D Street. Washington,
p. C: Ben E. Clover, vice-president. Cambridge.
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turer, Oskaloosa. Kan,
OREGOX STATE ALLIANCE.
""President. Nathan Pierce. Milton
1st Vice-pres . ...James Bruce CorvallU
Sad Vice-pres. i S. H. Holt Phreaix
Sec";- Treasurer. ..W. W. Myers. .Orogon CUr
Chaplain.... ....IraOvcrturf Mist
Steward Wm. Brown Baker Cttv
Doorkeeper P. L. Hari Ml Tatxr
Asst-D-kecper..Mrs. un. uarmisSsl..We-an
Executive Committf Nathan Pierce, W. W.
Myers. G. W. Weeks. W. A. Sample, W. H.
Slte Lectures, il V. Rork. Salem. "T
WATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE,
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if. HTDsv Sulphur Springs. Texas.
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jS. F.KJalther. Birminpham. Alabama.
p. F. Cashburn. Boston, stass.
OREGON STATE COMMITTEE.
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J,. Ptevce. Trcasarwr.
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Medtord. Fridat. July 8, 1S32.
peoples' Paim IM.
GENERAL JPES 8. WEAVER,
PEHEBAL" JAMES G. FIELD,
. OF 7IEGISIA.
Nathan Pierce,, of Umatilla Co.
W. H- Galvani,- of Washington.
3aml H. Holt, of Jackson Co.
Q, Btrrleigh, of .'allowa Lk.
The clauses of the republican and
democratic" platforms in regard to
poinage. are as follows:
Democratic Plankl i Republican Plaak.
-Tae American people We hold to tbe use of I
from tradition and both gold and silver a!
interU ' favor .bi-the standard moner of j
hietaltsia, aad &hc re-jtbe couniry. and to the
ublican party de ;coiaaKO of both gold i
tnaudsthe uss'wf bothjand silver without dis
coid and sliver as'crimiaatlne against ei
tandart money. wflbfui6r metal, or charge
fuch 'restrictions an,j;for miclige, but tne
under sucb provisions. jdoUar uiit cf coinage
to be determined byjof both metals must be
letrislation. as will se-;of equal iarrui&ic and
pure the maintenancejexchanKeable value, or
of the parity of viueibe adjusted through
of the two metal, sollntercational agree
that the piurchasingmteDt. or by nch safe
ind debt'payin? power' guards of legislation as
the dollar, whetherlshall insure" tha mala
of Hiiven gold or paper.jtcnance of the parity
- shall be at all timeSOf the two . metals, and
equal. The Interost ( the equal ptrtrerjjf ev
pf the producers of the i cry dollar at all time.-;
country. Its farmersjin the markets and in
and & WrtTkinirmen.jthe payment of debts:
demand that every dol-iand- ws demand tbat
ar, paper or coin. ls-jallpapcrca-.-rncy shall
juei by tis eqircra-ibc kept at par with and
neat shall be. as fooduedecmable- -in . such
as any otUer. Weconi-tcoin. We insist npon
mend the wise and pa 'this poficy as especially
triotie steps already intscessary fa? the pro
taken by oar govern-1 tectum of the farmers
hunt to secure an In i and laboring clas:ies.
lernational -Qonferencejthe flrst and most de
to adop :i,n$ti- jneas-lfenseless victims of
iires as wfll lnsuiyi ajuustable money and a
parity of value between Suctuating currency;
gold and silver for use'- -'.--as
Jhe world. i
A cartful comparison of the tgro
clanks shows that there is no dif
jfereacs, p'raptically speaking, be
tween the .democratic ind republi
can parties touching the financial
question. There are advocrtes of
jrea pilyer jn both parties, but there
ia nothing ,fn ' the declaration . of
principles, enunciated either at Min
peapoli8 ' fir' at Chicago to enpour-
ngfj the champions of free and u
fesiricted coinage. There.' was a
jnore urgent demand, probably, for
recognition on the part of the sliver
phawpions at Chlcagp than was ap
parar.t at Minneapolis, but conces
sions werp as firmly denied by the
Jatter as by tjje first. - i?o far, then
as this question is concerned, the
two eld 1 parties ; are tpgetber
Therefore we look for reljef tp the
plapk jn the platform, of the great
jbird party as set forth n the rjat-
fjirrji adopted jo cpqventjon " at
Omaha this week. Here is the
plank; it is to the point and will
stand comparison with the others:
A We demand the free
and unlimited coinage of
super and gold at their pre
sent legal ra tio of sixteen to
B We demand that the amount
of the circulating medium V speed
ily increased to not less than Jr0
C We demand a graduated in
p rVe believe the money of the
country- should be kept as much ns
possible in the hands of the people,
awl "hence we demand that all
State and National revenues shall
be limited to the necessary expen
ses of the government., economically
and honestly administered.
E We demand that postal sav
ings banks be established by the
government for the safe deposit of
the earnings of the people and to
SriRiT of 1776 1
Weaver and Field !
The Blue and the Gray United.
The Bloody Shirt forever and
ever buried !
Brotheui.y love prevails and the
wit.-lnrnnl i JUTTPK I
the liveliest scene of the day. lie
The Stewart silver bill has said:
passed the Senate hut the House! ''I wnl this conventio.. to under
... , , , , I stand it is not bv accident or over-
wiii not pass 11, a nas oeen aemon-
stratea not expeaienx, you unovv.
The daily press of ILia Coast-jnied deliberately and with inso
have all expressed themselves edit-j lenee. I do not want this eonven-
oriallv about the Omaha conven-! ,ion. 60 far 05 (:alifurnia co"
, ... . . r 1 i cerned, to co back to that railroad,
tion. and witn but very few except-i - j 1 1 r
; J - . r . cap m hand, and ask for anv pnvi-
10ns their remarks have extohed j ,eges i.atever. The democrats
the labors and the nominations of 1 and remiblicaus secured half fart s.
the great third party. Justice!
The proceedings as we give them
this week of the Omaha convention,
, , , .. ,
our onlv resource at hand
so perforce they are anything but 5 the speaker extended to the audi
coniplete. Nest week we hope toU'ice. E very member rose; cheers
. ,itn?la linvinir m ir
Z lnto details, liaing made Ur-
. e .t r it i-
rangemcu.s tui.u. p;occcui.iSa.M
x r. . r. il -i r
1 t r ii . . .t r
j The Coast delegates to the Oma-jtben
j ha convention were .flatly and in -
! solently refused half fare tranijsor -
tation bv the railroads. The dem-j the interstate commerce comnuss-
ocrats and republicans secured the ion Jl5'ie hetlicr the law per
, . ., . , ,, inuted railroads to liiscnaunate in
uaii-iarc raies. ims aamnaoie
discrimination opens afresh
opens atresll the
wpunds of the masses and the thun
ders of their demands should ever
increase qntil these devil-fish are
wiped from the face of the earth.
Justice or death!
A PETmo.X is being circulated
aod will be presented to the county
bodv to raise
court asking that
county superintendent. . 1 he pres-
ent salary of that office is about
$S00ayear. A large majority of;
the tax-pavers think that is
. , ,, , .
enough. e hope the court will
think SO tOO. flad I rof. E. E.
Smith been elected to that ollice,
and let us say right here that he is
Mr. Price's equal in every respect.
he wouldn t nave askeu lor a raise
in the salary, and would have de
voted his entire time to the dis
charge of the duties of the office.
There seems to be a big kick in
tbe democratic camp over the ap
pointment of Frank Neil, son of his
father, County Judge Jas. R. Neil,
as deputy sheriff. ' Jt will be re
membered tbat Sheriff Pel ton did
not seek this office', but was nomi
nated against hio own expressed
wishes, and after having been nom
inated he wanted to decline, but
the ring wouldn't allow him to do
so. The election resulted favorably
to him. He has assumed the du
ties of his office, selected his depu
ties and, no doubt, would like to
know what they are going to do
about it The democrats will have
to eland up and take their medi
MORE CONVENTION -NEWS.
' Th,e National Committee.
Omaha, July 4. The following
are the craft members of the Na
tional committee of the Peoples'
California Jessie Poundstone,
Geo. B. Johnson, M, Hamilton.
Id.aio A. T. Lane, J. M, Ander
son, D. R. Monroe. .,
Montana Cbas. Hanson, ,1. V.
Allen, J. H.- Boucher.
Oregon Joseph W'aldrop, J.
Marksberry, Charles E. Fitch.
Washington D. B,' IJannah, M.
F. Knox, C. W. Young.
Mrs. Leaee Spsaks. . '
Mrs. Leape, of Kansas, caused
the greatest enthusiasm by a speech
seconding Weaver's, nomination'.
She said: .
. Via behalf of the w?meu of the
nation, who, by words and work,
aided you so nobly in your grand
struggle for liberty in behalf of the
Sunflower state, 1 desire to second
the nomination of that true and
tried friend of the people,, that
grand champion of human liberty,
that hero of a hundred battles, that
brave and bold James B. Weaver.
Give us General Weaver, and not
only the mothers but the very
children will battle for him. Give
him to us and we will drive from
the American shores the English
Arabs with their stolen goods. We
will make plutocrats and mono
polists cringe and tremble. No
noeu to ask if he is true. Give us
Weaver and no earthly power can
keep us from sweeping on to vic
tory in November." -
A storm va3 precipitated by the
chairman of the resolutions com
mittee offering resolutions calling
attention to the fact that the
ticket agents of Washington and
other states on the line of the
I mi m 1'aoihc did not reeeive m-
slructions to grant delegate
convention the usuid redn
:es to the
fares, and appointing a committee
to communicate with the railroad
officials to have the mistake rec
tified. Delegates moved the North
ern Pacific and tho Great Northern
be included in the resolution.
Delegate Marion, of California, pro
tested against the resolution as ex
hibiting the want cf an indepen-
dent spirit in the convention. His
denunciation of . the roads led to
.i it lhc p ifi t j,
had K-eu overlooked, thir request
for the customarv courtesv was de-
t... .. r 1. ...,.i 1,
j uu, m? 'nmutna vi nit; v.i,iti.
j have been relased equal terms.
We can stand a refusal. We can
i lh railway companies that
ithe jKJople will own and operate
t ,n rivi. i
? 1 The enthusiasm and passion of
rent me air. i no .uoiuana iicu-ga
tion indorsed tne sentiment ot .Mar
rent me air. 1110 .Montana ueicga-
, 0,.n T,,
i man of the resolutions committee
witiui,ew Ule resoIution. On
j molj0:1 0f xcW York it was de-
! cided to. bring the matter before
favor of one national political con
vention against another.
They Play i'uu Sanu Tricks Xle&orted
to Hers and Get Caught.
The Portland Oregonian
t of a
tuie ionoiving amusiii'' account oi a
! ia,lv expert, or canvasser, who was
j playing the. house to house sample
t dodge in tliat city:
1 he city tor several days has
woinen who have CRnl Ht i.rivate
j residences for the ostensible nur-
pose of explaining the f.uierior
merits oi ineir unKing powder
through a series of alleged chemical
? , . ? . ,
(experiments. A ladv who has
i l,. o,,n,-virl hr tru -i.-Ti-.,la ,lt.f..r.
, j mined to test tho eilicacy of the ex
periments, and she brought out
some of the baking powder which
they are advertising. The agen.
submitted the substance to the
usual tests, and called tho lady's
attention to the presence of alum,
ammonia and ammonia and vari
ous other alleged ingredients, which
could be be distinguished by the
peculiar odor, residuum, etc. The
lady of course saw all these unmis
takable signs of socailcd impurities;
and allowed the agent full swing to
. upon the inei Us of her own
cooking powder. 1 he agent finally
inquired of the lady what brand of
baking powder she had been ex per -
lmenting with, "i he baking pow
der," replied the lady, '"is the same
that you have been cracking up so
high." The agent turned ajl col
ors and beat a hasty retreat. Our
informant has not been bothered
with baking powder agents since.
Will Contribute for Real Soldiers.
Congressman John Davis, of Kansas,
that lifelong stanch champion of the
common people, has written tho follow
ing letter, which explains itself, to W.
S. Pratt, of Bellevillo, Kan.; .
Your letter of Hay 22. with newspaper
clipping, is just received. The clipping
contains a statement that I and other
Alliance congressmen refused to con
tribute for the comfort of the Union
soldiers who may attend the G. A. It.
reunion in this city next fall. Speaking
for myself only. 1 can I freely 6ay that
the charge is false. 1 havo heard that a
very tine aud costly headiinartors for O.
A. R. officers is to be fitted up here, in
which fi common soldier would hurdly
feci welcome to set foot. 1 havo not
been asked to contribute to it, and t.
have not refused to do so. la this con
nection 1 desire to add that whenever
money is teeded for the benefit of Union
soldiers, and not to bo used in the inter
est of tho Republican party, or for tho
aggrandizement of its "feather bed"
leaders. I will gladly contribute to the
utmost of my ability.
E. J. Ryan, who on June 2? stole $14,
000 froin the United States Express
company at Washington, U, C, was ar
rested at Denver. He confessed. Ryan's
detection is due a Pullman car con
ductor on the Missouri Pacific,
ALONG THE COAST.
HAPPENINGS PARAGRAPHED AND AR
RANGED AS TO VALUE.
The ChautHuquans in Senslon at Pactfle
Urovc A ttriirofmle Clerjjyinan Dis
astrous Fire at Woodland, Cal; a
Prominent CIMsen KIHed Twenty
flvo Scaling Scliootier Svlxed.
Tuconui in ten 1I3 to own ilu wutr sys
tem. The jail of Wliutcuin eonuty, Wash.,
. The liighbinders at Sacrameuto aro
Tho trainmun on tho Kresuo divisiou
of tha Southeru Paeifie aro on a strike.
Governor Markhuin has granted a re
prieve to Bruggy, the convicted mur
derer a$ &nta Iiosa.
- Tlie Vwiler of a threshing machine ex
ploded at Terkins. Cal.
were seriously injured.
A 1-S-yenr-old uoyathan josetnrasnea
his father because the latter ordered
him to bring in some hay.
Pi:rce county. . Wash., within whoso I
boundaries Taeoiui is sitvia'ed, h:is a j
population of 67,721. Tacoina claims
47.241 of these.
A Tulare county pedagogue is threat
ened with the revocation of his, certifi
cate because he washed his feet during
school hours. - .";
The latest now pro hict of the Pugot
sound country is grindstones. A carload
of them arrived at S?:ilHe the other day
from Maple valley.
The body of Benjamin Curti-s was
found floating in tho surf at Ootan
Keach, San Diego county, the other day.
Curtis had been mnch disheHrt-iaed be
cause ho was out of employment.
George Ilomkin has been appointed
recorder and auditor of San .ToAipiia
couuty. CaL. in place of J. F. Mis :!ey
who skipped out a few we-ks sjo with
ciinMiU-rable money be!ongiag to liis
Tee executive commitu-e of the Re
publican League of State clubs will
meet at San Francisco July 8. Dele
gates from every cnunty in the state
will l iu attendance. Tha session will
l;Lt two days.
Bert N". Ragsdate. non of Senator
Sagsdale cf Sfanta K isr. has been nomi
nated by President Harrison to be post
master of that city to suei-ced CX C Far
mer, whose term ha expired. The ap
pointee is not 22 years old.
The excursion steamer Queen has ar-
i rived at Xanaimo froinAika. bringing
i word that tweniv-Ove sealing ecl:ooners
flying t be British flag, together with the
English steamer CVxpitlam. chartered
to acfns a tender to the scaling fleet,
have all been soteed by Captain Ilooper
of th! Uniu-lSa:erevenn? catier Cor
wia for violation of the Uniied States
The S-ywir-old son cf WilH.im O.mp-tx-11
of S.in Diego was instantly killed
the other day. With two other cbildien
he was riding with Mrs. Jada C'oie
wheu the !:oro took fright at a railway
train aud l'acked into a deop cut. " The
bngay, hose and all f.-U. on the track.
Ail the o;-xnpa-ita cscapj.i. however, ex
the boy. who was 6n-hed by the horse
falling on him.
The nnnnal a'nbly of the Chaatan-
i qua Literary and Scientific rociety f
convened at Pacific Oit? and wit! be
in pension two wevks. Tl-.e gathering
this year Is th larg-t yet held since
the organization of the Society on the
coat. A conservative estimate places
tj(e attendance at about four hundred,
onlv to the growing pop.Va-ity of this
uou-rrholu. system or education ani to
the rapid additions to its incmbersbip.
bat also to the expansion of the depart-
nu nt.d work and to the exce:int facli
tii. by rfvtMin of location 'offered the
student aions special Kujs of work at
Rev. James Wilson, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church at VL-ralia,
CrJ., has left that place for his health.
The cititns informed him that twenty
four hours was louder than he ought to
remain.- He owes a vineyard sixteen
miles from Visalia. occupied by a ten
ant nained Miller, who has two daugh
ters, a?ed 7 and 9. . Wilson was in the
habit of taking the girls riding in his
bngsy and on several occasions took
liberties with them. The father went
to Visalia to kill Wilson but was per
suaded not to do so by the deacons of
the church. Wilson is over 70 years old
and heretofore has been" greatly es
teemed. He acknowledged his guilt aud
left town, leaving his family behind.
The city of Wcodltnd, Cal., is a scene
of desolation as it is in ruins, caused by
j: . - C ... 1. .'..I. I.w.1-.. ..
I ,n the n.ar pf Bnru-S t!lrlinnU
l . ni,r,h wiml WIl3 blowing at th..
j tirae nnd the flames spread rapidly,
J The fire depart ment responded promptly
but were unable to extinguish or con
trol fhe flames, which spread to the
opera house.' This building was soon !
enveloped in flames. As Superintendent
Porter of tho Woodland .water w-orks
went to the rear of ;the opera house to
give instructions to the firemen the wall
fell and he was crushed by the falling
b.ioks, When tho debris was removed
Porter was dead. His head was horri
bly mangled. From the opera house
the flames spread to the Jackson build
ing and the trustees, realizing thut the
lire department waj not able to cope
with the flames, telegraphed to Sacra
mento for assistance. In the meantime
the fire' ha:l spread and it looked as
trough the entire city would be de
stroyed. But a special train arrived
with an engine aud hose carts and mem,
bers of the Sacrameuto fire department.
The train made the run Uam Sacra
mento to Woodlnnd, a distance of twen
ty three miles, in twenty-six minute.
The "Capital City steamer was soon at
work and in a few minutes the name
were uuder control The losses will
atuouut to $2o0.000.
A Novel Sucgeiition,
A Sioux Falls, S. D., dispatch says:
A startling proposition has been made
to tho city council by United States
Commissioner Lyon. lie expressed the
opinion that the prohibitory law would
not prevent tho city from engaging in
the saloon business. He offered .to tar
nish the necessary money to start sa
loons in various parts of the city, ho to
be a partner but the maiiHgoment to bo
under city control.! He claims it would
net tlie city ifiio.OOO a year. The mayor
will appoint a committee to investigate
and au experiment wtl probably be
made. ' ..
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
DUETO A WRONG SIGNAL.
A IlitilroBil Wreck In which Ten Tcople
A dispatch saya the most disastrous
1 wreck that ever occurred in ITarrisbtiri?.
took place at Dock sireet. The second
section of the Western express ran into
the first section, sniuihing three day
Ten persons were killed and a large
number were injured, though tho
wounds of all, except abont a dozen, are
flight.and most of the injured proceeded
on their journev
The story of the accident is told iu
l'rief: Tho first section stopped near
Uniou station and was just starting,
when the second section, a heavy train
mu.i np of PuHmnn el-.epiTS, the ex-
I'reas aud liaggage car plunged into the ;
privnte car of Mr. Westinghonse, the I
well-known inventor, aud drove it for-
wajd, cmshing three day coaches ahead I
of it into kindling wood. The strength j
of the Wc-stinghouse car saved it and j
its cccnpai:ts. j
The accident was due to a wrong sig- ;
nal or a misunderstanding thereof.
Plenty of a.-itance ut once came to
ttje rescue of the Injured. and to remove
the dead from the wreck. The former .
were taken to the hospital, where phyti- !
cians and surgeons labored during the
night to alleviate the suH-ring. j
Following is a lis: of the dead:
R. S. RiYKOso, Col'imbas, Ohio, a
hcrse desh r.
E. M. WlirrKLOCS. Cleveland. Oliio,
clii-.f clerk of the railroad company.
Dan'iu. M.tsos. Ilagerslown. Aid.,
telegrapher oa the Pennsylvania rail-road-
Rev. Ds Costa Pomew-vo of Phila
doiphia. Mlis. Ur.: Heeeseb of Xorristown.
Ptan.. end her son Wiuteld. aged seven.
CuaUIs E. LE2. of AUcgheny City,
R:cu.K9 Ar-AMS, of HurrL-barg, a
Two uaider.t tied, one sur-posed to be
telegrapher Clark vf Aitocna, the o:her
a young wcraau s eppoved to have boarded
th train ct Lancraster.
Eighteeu of tha injured are iu the
hospital, all cf whom, esvx-t two or
three, will nvover.
The drenching rain made the work cf
rex-lie vtry diilieulL
Tho body of the naknown girl was
ident:5-d as that cf Mis Li;:ie Elair of
Philadelphia accompanviu ; 3ir5. Hary
3. Urml-er to battle. Wh. ' ilr -
Grander is in tbe hospiuU here. SUewas
on htr wsv from Thiladeluhia to Seattle
with her "lUnshtcr .Main:'-.', acv-1 tih:.
aud Miss Lizzie Kiair. to jo:u her uus-
baul. v. hois employed on the sttsrw
Seattle, plying on Fnt i-isuK Hi-r
injur:- hrr aiut ikt he.4-1. cb-st and
aMonieu. Several ril rre rbably
fractuiT-J. Siie will recc-ver. Jami.
G ranger's injuries may prove st-rions,
but phvaicians express hopes cf sat in;
Geticr.il Bidwell was noiumaiea oa
the first ballot, receiving 5M votes out
of a total of 87 1. The result was greel;d
with a de:tfening dia of cheers, whistles
: : : : JCKSOVILIE.
tF YOU WANT THE BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST POSSI
Stanle Dry Ms, Iteries! Fro,:::
MEN'S FURNISHINGS, ETC.,
ARE OUR SPECIALTIES.
We Pay the Cash or Exchange Our Merchandise
for AH Farm Products-
HEADER, IT Will BENEFIT YOU TO TRADE WITH US.
June il,' 192. YCyrs Respectfully, J. HUNAN.
MITCHELL LEWIS & STAYER CHUM.
Branch, ilEDFORD, Ore.
Piitoii Farm m m whjus, Baggies,
PHAETONS. CARTS, ETC.
96 1 VE -US A CALL AND WE WILL TAKE- PLEASURE IN
SHOWING OUR GOODS.
iHITGHELt LEWIS M' STOVEB GOIIY.
pf T. LAWTONj M'N'GR.
POLITICAL AND PERSONAL.
Ex-Senator Ingalls of Kant-as will take
the stump this fall for ILirriaon and
Gnver Cleveland will be officially no
tified of his nomination the second week
William C Whitney refuses to accept
the Chairmanship of the National Demo
' Senator Quay has expressed himself
as satisfied that Cleveland would be
easilv defeated and said: "I will bet
ClD.000 that Harrison will be elected. If
you know any one who wants to bet
S;-nd him around."
Carl Sclisrz lias retired from the Ham-bt:rg-Amt-ricn
Company. This is in
accordance with the new plau of man
agement of the company. Schnrz's
resignation to take effect July 1, was
eeut in some months a?o.
The National Republican committee
held a meeting at Washington. Chair
man Clarkson declined to run for the
chairmauship again and W. J. Campbell i
of Illinois was elected. Eulogistic reso- I
luriona expressing the thanks of the 1
commitu-e and the gratitude of the j
the retiring chairman were
! A Leader. j
; Since its first introduction. Electric j
Bitt-ers. h:us gained rapidly in popular
favor, until cow it is clearly in the lecd j
: atives containing nothing which per-
I miU iu use as a tK-verage or intoxi-!
jean:, it is reeojnuvd as the best and ;
; purest meeicintf for all ailments of 1
; Momaea. nvc-r or Kiauey. It wiil cure
sick hoaaach. iudijestion. constipation,
i and drive malara from the svstom.
Satisfaction guaranteed with rach bot
tle or money will be refunded. Price
& c pr hot:;.;. Sold by G. H. Hssktr s.
Ths TTorU Enriched.
The facilities of the prefect day for tia
! proJuctica of evervlUins '"t wiU coc-
dace to the rnr.t.-rial weliare and cpsfort
I cf naHr.d are clmoct utCimitesl and
when Syrup cf Tis was rst produced
i the world wes enriched with the only
i perfect Isxative known, cs it is tie only
! rcdy which is truly pleasing ad re -
ricsiinj to tb; tste cd prompt and
j cITectuai to cieoaEa t!:2 eystcra gently ia
j , 3 . , 1 7 I
; th ltcr it y kowa lb more pop-j
! - tV"caj5. ,
Oxford Ties. ;
O:i."oru tiosfo:- ladies. Larye srock. !
It-.n.. just arrived. Lat-si
s'.v'.e. ilc.iuJ t?-:, I'atent tips. Com-
aion sc? he?!s. Oalv B) cents a tair .
tae :v.- York I. b
ap Cash Store. 1
To Intsndicj Builders. '
ill i av vou to write or send to the i
: S-.::-hvra Oivcron Lumherinff and Mea-
ufnefjriujj e.mi.mv of Grants 13.-5 fcr '
. .-.!! Liads tf kuO.ding material: himbor. ; Havinff bought out Frank Galloway
: sash, doois. a:nl miil work of aU kinds. . is " prepared to fill ail orders
r.s they will poarar.lee you satisfaetiou ;prompJy.
, in sr.at.'rial. workmanship and prices j
l'ians-and efiiras furni.-ihed on all1
j iinKisoI worK.
Has just received a large etock of
fine CLOTHING and GENT'S
also a fines toe k of
BOOTS and SHOES
Which he will sell as low as- carl'
be sold. Small profits and quick
sales will be bis motto.
see for vourself.
Has changed hands mnd - -
WORK AND PRICES
Are much more satisfactory.
Give Me a Call;
J. A. GOFF, Puop.
H. F. WOOD.
Jobbing of all kinds. Plans and
estimates furnished on application.
Jackscrewg to let
PHLBGE BHBBEB SHOP
W. L. Towksexd, Proprietor.
; Hot and cold baths, pompadour
. hair cutting and clean towels a
i Fair "treatment for evervtodv.
, Give us a trial.
Combination - Eta.
! The Cheapest aj-.d Best Picket Fence
made. Correspondence Solicited. Ad
: dress all orders to
Medford, - - Oregon.
The leaiiinfT tru Store of MevITorvS Is
GEORGE H. HASKINS.
I Successor to Uasktas & L&vton.)
He has anything in ths line cf
Paints and Oils,
Tobacco, Cigars, Perfumery,
Aud everything that is carried in ji
D II TJ (ST ORE,
Prescriptions Carefully Com
Mais Stkekt, Mepford, Oregos,
L hi LYON.
Jobbing of all Kinds,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Medford, . Oregon.
0,1 BARBER SHOP,
J. E. SHEARER, Prop.
Palm's Old Stand.
First class work done to all.-rr
Ladies hair cutting executed with