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SOUTHUKS .OREGON MAIL,, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19. i8yi.
Pnblisked Srery Friday Morning,
SOBSCRIgpON $1.W PER YE U A&VSCt.
Entered in tha Postofflce st JItforrl, Oregon,
" "' . - as S00B(t-Clius Vail Matter.
WKOFORD, Fkijat. Atgtjst 10, 1,892.
talis' Party Tifit
f OR PRESIDENT,
JAMES B. WEAVES,
Bim JAMES G. . FIELD,
- OF VIRGINIA.
W. 3. Galvani,
Saml S. Hol
of Umatilla Co.
of Jackson Co.
of Wallowa Co.
Cokpocal -Taxser will stump
Illinois for Weaver. Wondars never
.cease. . ,
The 82,000 republican majority
in Kansas has vanished. The
160,000 democratic majority in
Texas is going.
-Let every American citizen lay
aside his prejudices for once, and
cas his ballot in November
home and humanity.
Status of the republican party in
Kansas, 3S, majority 82.000;
1892, importing negroes from the
.13 Ketat e:
v. -fco T jp. ' o
H.- "south lo help them vote.
"J.; ihjpeojejl, said-Thomas Jetferson,
7. ?J -LC'thev. and not - tJie;-Tich." are' -our
" 11 -" ' dejondenee 1 Sot continued ? free-
jZ&fci . - -J - -
- - -. P.HU.VER aroppea iq . o-t cents an
ounce Sat3ayt J&ser than
yw gone$tta,XJHnrrah for Har
rison, and theii hurrah fcr Cleve
land!" "; ' '
HE prospects of the election of
the standard .bearers of the great
People's party, Weaver and Field,
jjtqiv jsssjhter every day. On to
-The democratic national corn
mittee is composed of men, a ma
jority of whom" declared before the
, 'Chicago convention that Cleveland
sould not be elected if nominated.
- If the great common people of
' Jba gTand country of ours voie for
their own interests, there isn't the
least doubt in the world but that
the People's party will triumph in
the conflict next November.
-This movement is going
successful. Its power will
every party ' out of its way in
Xoyember. The campaign is only
wo weeks old, yet even now one of
the great parties has been elimi
nated frora the struggle. The re
publican party is not in the fight
nationally. Why do I say that?
Because it is evident. It is a sec
tional party. It is confined to the
jSorihertt States tor its votes. In
iSOO it lost nine -states which it
carried in 1 888, and it wjll have to
regain them all and carry all the
silver states in addition to be suc
cessful. It is morally certain that
he nominees of the People's Party
will take a number of thesa states.
How can the republican party be
successful? - How is it about this
party ' represented hero 'to-night?
VVe will ' go South and contest the
elections with a greater prospect
pi carrying them than the demo
cratic party has. We elected oy;r
half of the legislators in Alabama,
and tljs democrats pnly squeezed
in their governor by a majority of
7,000, received in the colored belt.
t is as certain that Alabama will
cast her yote for he Omaha nomi
nees a .that I am standing here
to-pighti-- Thank God, we represent
a party that js not sectional-, and
w bach combines the Blue and Gray.
i.ow where is tne pgntf it is
- between the People's party and the
democratic party. ow f want to
jeave with you thiB injunctior)
stand to your guns, vote for this
ticket, and the' Jdes of November
i. . .. . . i
yifl pee the grandest victory ever
gained qn this earth; but if any of
yon businee? men tninJc yoii ougnt
jo cast your yotes: with Carnegie
and others like hjm go and vote as
they vote, but if any of you think
you should make common cause
frith' the producers of wealth align
yourselves .under . our banner-
James 6. Weaver in bis speech in
jpao rancisco, Aug. 9.
Read the fifth chapter of Nehe
raiah and see what a "calamity
howler" that grand old patriarch
The entire force of plutocracy
will be divided between the two
old parties. Not a monopolist in
the" land will vote for Weaver anJ
The "campaign bt argument"
jiromised by the republicans has so
far failed to materialize. We have
heard nothing but the same uca
lamity howler," "Pcficr's whiskers"
and "Jerrv'a Eocks."
The democrats have probably
carried Alabama by fair or foul
means, but the result reveals the
very imwelcome fact to Mr. Cleve
land that he has lost over 100,000
votes since 188S in that state.
The people who are shutting
their eyes to-the strength of the
third party may as well open 'em
attain, because it don't stop the
growth of the People's party move
ment one iota. She's booinin'.
Pass it along the line: Let lab
oring men keep out of the militia
It is time for laboring men to quit
killing each other to protect the
property of the rich and sustaining
the avarice aud greed of capital.
If there is any thing the aver
age republican hates worse than
the democratic party it is the Peo
ple's party ,and if there is any thing
the areroge democrat hates worse
than the republican partr it is the
No one but an ignoramus or a
supercilious ass would even hint
at the possibility of thi3 reform
movement ever dying out or going
backward. The people are aroused
and nothing short of success will
appease thoir wrath.
1 Ix several northern states the
democrats have endorsed the peo
ple's ticket. It is a "democratic
scheme." In.several southern states
the republicans have endorsed our
ticket. It Is a "republican scheme."
it is the
A UEBiiAN anatomist nas recent-.
i i.i .i... r.. .
careful examination of a woman's i and rejoin him at tbo conclusion of tho
knee he has found that it is un- j tour.
ttcd for the maintenance of a I General Weaver Jins it neatly 0gur-
t ,v ,o, i ed out that ho will bj the next presi
standing position. It is suggested j deaU KarrUon. hc MVS, u not the
that this decision be framed and ; race at all, and to be elected ho would
hung up in a conspicuous place m
the cable cars.
uOyERXOB r ENoi EB nas "one
himself proud in appointing S. II.
Holt, of this county, "a member of
the state board of agriculture. A
better selection could not possibly
have been made, as Mr. Holt is a
man who is practically idenimea
with the farming interests of the
state and a gentleman of broad and
liberal views. The appointment
will giv the best of satisfaction
throughout Southern Oregon.
The Sun, a fearless champion of
the People's party principles, pub
lished at Marshfield, Coos county,
is doing noble work for the cause
in that county. At the last June
election the People's party elected
every officer in that county. It
was a death knell to the political
hags and chronic office seekers of
the two old parties. They were
shaken loose from the teat, how
ever, and a new crowd is now con
ducting the county's busncc8 in a
most commendable and satisfac
tory manner. Wish we had a few
more papers in the state like t' e
F. S. Hafford, formerly an Ore
gon teacher, has lately been visit
ing the great Temescal tin mines
of which he writos to a Healds-
burg, Cal., paper; "We found
qujte a number of buildings, and
some 200 men employed, about 50
of whom work under ground. We
could not get permission to go
below, so after examining the ore
and the smelter and engine, etc.,
and talking to some of the Welsh
aud lnglish at work: there, we
came away. If you don't - think it
would damage Harrison's chances
any, you may print that I came
away wondering' somewhat about
the propriety of - increasing the
price that over 60,000,000 pay for so
common and useful an article as
tin, in order that a few English and
Welshmen may come over here
and work the richest known tin
vein. If you send a marked copy
to Governor McKinley, pf my .na
tive state, and tell him that I am a
good republican in search of in
formation, perhaps ho will reply.'
THE PEOPLE'S CHAMPIONS
The Paople's Party Representatives
Watciujr a Vigorous Campaign.
Weaver Calls Forth Great Enthusiasm
A large and enthusiastic crowd,
headed by the local brass band,
was at the Ashland depot last
Thursday evening to welqame the
hero of reform Gen, James B.
Weaver on his triumphal march
through the great west,
the short stay of thirty
Gen. Weaver and Mrs.
Lease made stirring jind
speeches,. which met with
sive echo in the hearts
there assembled. The time was. up
only too soon, and after three tre
mendous cheers fur Gen. Weaver
and three "more for Mrs. Lease, the
train pulled out. bearing the party
on through the queen state of the
Pacific to new scenes of conquest.
At the Medford depot a big crowd
had collected to get a clance at the
man that is going to lead the Peo
ple's hosts to victory in November.
As the train only stops here a very
few minutes, the time was pleas
antly spent in talking and shaking
bauds with the general and tho tal
ented Mrs. Lease, who has many
warm friends here. On the de
parture of the train cheer after
cheer went up tor the poor man s
friend and champion, and with
many wishes for the success of the
noble principles he is so ably advo
cating, the large concourse of peo
ple quietly dispersed. ,
dig kally at pjrtlakd.
Yesterday was Pvopl .'s party day in
Portland. Tho next president, of the
United Stiit-.-s. ns hU followers are
prono to regard hira. Oen-.-ral James
B. Weaver, who registers himself from
Des Moines now. canto in rosier-day
morninjf on tho Southern Pacific train.
General Weaver is uccumpani-jd by his
wife, who has some, relatives in Sileni.
Ti . .v- : . . . : . - i i . I
n .m .n i . , .. , , , I
and accomnanieu the nartv to l'oi-L-1
land. Goneral Weaver has with him
Mrs. Mary E.-Leasc. the cyclon-; Kan
sas orator, V. O. Stricklcr and Captain
C. A. Powers. Mr. Striekler is th
People's party nominee for attorney
general of Nebraska and will accom
pany Weaver through most of the na
tional canvas. Mrs. Lea-se will ba in
the canvas also. General Weaver has
been out on tho campaign for two
weeks and is closing up the- Pacific
Coast circuit to which the natioual
committee. assigned him. From here
' ne goes to lacocia. tDctiee to sjeaiiie.
j Spclan(N Hel.-na, Butte and Cheyenne,
I touching bri-'fly at many intervening
1 1 . . - . . . .
' uuye w rrgmn ine uinc siaic ne icsi
in lsw and carry toe silver states,
I neither of which propositions tho'Gen-
l t-n-i considers lenante. Cleveland, ho
j ... h tai j , , , ith
only by the volo of the People s party.
The People's party will carry the
south and the silver states. Iowa,
Nebraska, Kansas and California he
claims a.i Alliance states, together
with manv of tho Southern states. He
says that tho People's party has more
show to carry all the Southern stales
than Cleveland has to carry one of
them. If the election should be
thrown into the national house. Gen
eral Weaver says his party will have
only formidable adversary. Weaver
told a reporter that ho thought tho
Homestead affair had bscn the means of
awakening tho lalxr vote to their
needs. He says it is something
like the great rocks in our mountains,
which were onca h-ld in solution, but
required to in precipitated in order to
form the solid masses of granite. So,
he says, tho Homestead affair has
crystallized the great focling of unrest
among tho laboring elements and
made them look to the People's party
for their redemption from tho shack
les of plutocracy. General Weaver is
confident that in 30 days thn monopo
lies and trusts of the nation will bs
found behind Cleveland, contributing
heartily to his support, though work
ing ostensibly for Harrison as a blind
to deceive voters.
There was a great demonstration at
tho Plaza souare at 1 p. m. General
Weaver and Mrs. Las3 were billed to
speak, and tha square was well filled
with an attentivo nudtence. There
was a large representation of the gen
tler sex, attracted no doubt by tho
fame of Mrs. Lea;o. Nurses patiently
stood about with children in arms, in
valids had thcmselvos wheeled out on
tho turf in their adjustable chalrd, and
stayed to tho end.
General Weaver speko nnd Mrs.
Leasfl spoke. Weaver was as forcible,
dry and humorous as ever, and Mrs.
Lease was in her best form. General
Weaver says sho never gets tired: in
fact, that her voloB seems to improve
the more sho spoaks. She was more
eloquent, if possible, and talked about
tho Homestead riots and tho cause of
American toil and tho shackles that
the plutocrats had fastonod upon the
imbs of labor, in a way that set tho
audience wild witn etieortng and
brought out tho handkerchiefs to many
- Whep Mrs. Lease made her talk
about money being neodod for the cam
paign,' and offered herself as a target
for dollars to be ' thrown at, there was
quite a generous sacrifice of silver
coins, great and small, from the audi'
ence. A generous collection resulted.
and while the silver clinked upon the
Boor, flew into Mrs. Lease's bodice or
up her sleeve, many crowded onto tho
platform to shake hands with the'guests.
General Weaver and bis wife and Mrs.
Lease mot many old friends, who' re
minded thorn of past events iu which
they had participated.
MOItE ENTHUSIASM A KIGHT.
The plaza was brilliantly illuminated
at night. The music stand was a crush
of gray boarded calamatists and young
women in chip hat9 and summer eowns.
Long lines of bright Chinese lanterns
depended from the stand through the
distant vista of trees,1 and the crowds
stretched awpy to tba sidewalks in all
tor a short stop. H2 clones his1 ,j ,
. "fr- -."J . would soon announea himself as a ca-i-
aTkalu utli governor cn the Peonl-
directions. Thoro was .tho sumo con
stellation of luminuticm of luinlnurica
thai had graced tho ' afternoon exer
cises. General Weaver and Mrs. Louse
each spoke for about an hour. General
Weaver talked mostly about money
matters, and used man; a time-honored
argument about tho value of tho gov
ernment's stamp on a coin. As for
Mrs. Lenso shi fairly outdid herself.
She had the women crying; aud tho men
yelling enough to split their throats
almost constantly as sho talked about
tho tyranny of tho money power ana
the Ktrug&lo of "American toil" one
of her favorite phrases to free itself
"The sailor," sho says, "cs he looks
out over tho desert of "waters, sees the
coming waves capped with foam, and
says to himself that a storm isbro.ving,
so he furls his sails and lies by for tli-j
impending tempest. So we today look
out over tho ocer.n of American polities
and-sco it in the upheaval of a great
unrest. Wo seo the whitecaps of agi
tation and discontent coming in, and
wo know there is a storm browing. It
Is a storm that means the wrecking of
the old political parties and tho tri
umph of tho people." Daily Oregoniau.
Tacoma. Aug. 13. General J. B.
Weaver, the People's parly eaml'dalc
for president, and Mrs. Mary K. Ias,
of Kansas, urrivod hero today and ad
dressed a large audience this afternoon
In the Tabernacle. They went to
Seattle tonight. They wt-ro to speak
at tho Gorinaaia h:i!l, but it proved tti
small for tho crowd ami the Tabernacle
was engaged. It cnats ii.OOJ and was
filled, notwithstanding Weaver's arri
val was unexpected. The meeting
closed with a storm of enthusiasm and
a shower of silver.
THE PARTY AT SEATTLE.
SEATTLE, Aug. 13 Gsm.-ral Weaver
and Mrs. Leuso address id tho People's
party meeting hero tonight, that filled
the opera house and overflowed into
tho street. Mrs. L"U3" talked to these
on the o;iUide, while General Weaver
addressed those in tho housj. Then
they changed places. They left ini-
mcaia'.eiy a;t;r the nesting jr Chey
enne. GENERAL FIELrT IS CONFIDENT.
ME51FIIIS, Tenn., Aug. 11. Gatral
James G. Kield. candidal-; fjr tb-.i
vici-presidcm'V on tho People, s par!
ticket, passed through Msinubis this :
morning en routo fur Arkant-as, whore ! purest medicine for ail ailments of
ho will deliver a s.-ries of speecbi-s hi s-Vrninch. liver or kidney. It will cure
company with General Weaver. In an j sieh hoadach. indigestion, constipation,
interview. General Field said the Pe;-; and drive malaria fma the ys:-m.
pie's party, from what h-j saw in his : Satisfaction guaranteed with each bot-.t-ip
through tho South and North j tlo or mon:y will be refunded. Frieo
would break up the solid South, wo.i!d s 63c per bottle. Sold bv G. II. Habktas.
split tho Gn;nd Armv volo and the
i solid republican negro vote. He g
v c will carrv orth and South Car-
.. A . , . . !
olina. G.rgia, .ilalvtma. probably Ar- j
Kansas and very protv.ibiy lenntsso. !
and we will sweep Texa We will j
also capture Colorado, Kansas, N :b- !
raska. North and South D.vkota. Mon-j
tana. Oroiron. Washington, and Cili-
fornia. Wo will get on vthird of the j
electoral vot.-s of Michigan, and I
. . v : 1 1 .1-.. .v. .....!
MIC9U.IUI nil! lane tilV D.Ultl)f dJK
us a fighting show in Indiana. My
own slate is doubtful, ln:t Gen-rnl
Weaver thinks he can carry Iowa. We
are not in favor of a force bill, but we
are coing to see that every voti we
put in the ballot-box will be counted."
Rocomnand Hoyal Exclusively.
The State Chemist of California,
Prof. Rising; the San Francisco;
board of Health ; Prof. Wenz.-ll, of j
the University of California. Dr.
McGonan. Health Officer of Ixs
Angeles, unanimously commend '"!
their reports the great qiuhtus f
the Royal Baking Powder, which
il-.cy agree is the highest if
strength, tho purest in quality on
any of the baking compounds in
the market. They recommend its
Note the advertisemint of the arti
ficial ico company in this paper. They
deliver pure ice at ono cent per round
anvwhere la tho valley. Give theai a
J. L. Wlglo, who several month
hack, purcba-ed land in this vicinity
from 1. M. Harvey and bpenca Chil-
ders. arrived overland Wednesday
evening with his stock nnd wagons
from his former resideno in Halsey,
Ore., making tho trip" in eight days.
Hi household goods arrived several
days ago by rail. Ho will soon take
possession of his property. S. H. Jos
sup, of the II. Parroeieo library associ
ation, accompanied sir. Wigle on thii
The PoopU's parly club of Gold Hill
will open the campaign on Friday,
Sept. 2, with a grand tally nnd picnic.
Prominent speakers from Jnckson nnd
Josephine counties will be prcs.-nt to
discuss tho political issues of tho day
from a People's party standpoint.
Everyone coHially invited to come and
bring a woll.fillcd" basket By order of
At Grants Pass August 7, 1892,
Grace, infant daughter of Mary A., and
the late W. It. Muastlold, aged 4
months and 7 days.
Anoth-r little lnmb asleep
Upon our Saviour's brcnxi:
Another Utile hrurt Is sllllct.
And laid awuv to rest.
The tender bnby's eyo nro closed,
Our bcnrls arc sorely riven ;
While Angels shout it lonn and loud.
One more child lo licaren.
Jacksonville papor ploaso copy.
Willow Springs Whlttltngs.
Mrs. Galo rodo up to Medford 'horso
I hero aro n large number or pros-
pociors in mis vicinity.
The quartz mill, known as tho Dr.
Braden property, hns shut don.
Enoch Gale, who has had moro bad
luck than anybody during tho past few
years, is gradually getting hotter.
Mrs. .Tohn Browli. secretary of tho
Gold Hill Alliance, will leave shortly
for a visit with her sister in Eosoburg.
Jno. nardin is back from Medford
where ho hits been in the butcher busi
ness scraping tho facos of tho male
It is roportod that Hardin & Brown
have struck a now load which pros
pects woll. Tho gentlemen intend to
piish tho work iij earnest.
Some miscroants broke into tho lime
kiln company's house nnd stole a large
amount of provisions last week. Cer
tain parties are suspected, but no ar
rests have bseo made yot. -'
i fl:mrnnp IttiPli.inAn nf "I .-nri.'i o
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report-
1 I cy
Dsstructivo Eres aro raging every
where in tho woods.
While tho vnllev psoplo nra rushing
for the mountains, we arc enjoying
eool pleasant weather up here. " -
Hunting nnd fishing is the daily pro
gram nowndays. Scmo very nice silver
trout are being taken with hook and
An old gentleman by tho namo of
David Miller eamo here from Gridley,
C:'l., recently, intending to rent Col.
Jbhnson's raneh. and took sick shortly
ufter his arrival, but it was thought
seriously, and on August S was feelinjr
quite Wcll. On the 9ih Col. Johnson
camo up from Medford to complete tho
contract, and whili conversing Mr.
Miller was taken suddenly ill and was
assisted to his bed. where ho lav appar
ently at euee. then taking two lonjr
breaths, expired. Help was summoned
but to no avail. The remains were
buried on the 10th on Col. Johnson's
ranch. Tho personal effects of the
deceased are in charge of a committee.
Ha leaves a son at Gridley. Cal., and a
daughter at Rosiburg. Ore., to mourn
his death. 12'! was supposed to have
ben about 73. Part ten wishing fur
ther information, will pleas' writ to
or o in jcrson L. J. March, at.Etua
postoffico, Jnckson county, Oregon.
Since its first intrcd-.ic'.ion. Electric
Bi;t?rs,' hns gained rapidly in jiopular
favor, until now it is clearly in ho bad
among pure medicinal tonics and alter
atives containing uoihin which per
mits its um as a b.-verazo or iatoxi-
cant, it is recojjnU.'d as the b.st nnd
THE SOUTHERN OREGON
Brewing Ice and Cold Storage Comnanv,
OF (VIEDFCRD, ORE.
IV'c delivered in small and
POUND. Warrons will deliver ice
d.iys and Saturdavs in Jacksonville and Central Point. Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays in Ashland.
agle Roller Mills.
FULL ROLLER PROCESS.
Tie Best of Flour, Grata, .Corn leal,
and Chopped Feed of All Kinds.
AT LOWEST GASH PRICES.
flTVheat Exchanged at all times on best terms possible.
C. FAHXHAL Ashland. Ore. '
.MTGILL-MIS & STAVER CO.,
JVLaehineiry and Vehicles,
IHiileii Farm & M Waps, Buggies; Caniaps,
' Carts and Harness, Champion Mowers and Binders, Bonanza
and Starr Rakes; Canton Black Land and Hillside Plows, Gale &
Bissell Chilled Plows. Bale Ties and Binding Twins a Specialty.
CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION.
MITCHELL--LEWIS & STAVER CO..
D. T. LAWTON, M'err Medford Branch.
This food is just
Stock in snleudid conr
st the thing for Colts nnd
ndition. Marvin feeds and
r.-irf.i.Ma Vf-t of ilif tnte
and VuIciimu. The foremost Vel
nd Ciee'v. Our l'trs 1'oorl is aluo nvtl bv some of our best I'oultry Ruiarrs; it is strong, cheap
lid reliable. A&k jour dealer or scud to'Mauiiuttau l;ood Co., 633 Howard St., & K, Cal.
CHARLES STRANG, Druggist, Agent, Medford, Ore.
Labor unions at Chicago are oran
izing as military companies to right ;
The O. K. Barber fehop of which
J. E. Shearer is chief tonsorial artist,
is furnished with elegant and easy
chairs and the razors are always in
good order. Go thou there and "have
thy face thorn cf ;ts prieklv points.
Next to Grand Central Hotel Front St.
Will b Hc'tl at the fair groticds ner Central
Pole l, comccnciflff on
WEONESDAT, Sept. 28, 1892,
and continuing four da vs.
OSTercd in Premiums and Purses.
ALL ARE INVITED TO COME
And each cjeclaliy requested lo bring
ulong whatever in in his line he
may adjudge worthy and place
it upon exhibition.
No taics will be f pared by the
management to make the fair a success.
I J.W. Merritt,
Managing Com. f F. T. Dowxixo.
( I. B. WlLLlAilS.
Mss. W. J. PLYMALE. S'C.
htrce quantities for ONE CENT A
d.iilv ia M-Jf.rJ. Tu-'sdavs, Thurs
Horses when in training, and keeps Working
recommends it ; so do Goldsmith. Gamble, llcl y
indorse ila use. such t.a Vusorw. Bums. J-Van
FIRST ANNUAL FAIR
A. C. X&YLER,
Of Eastern Shoes.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
Suits to Order, $24 and Up.
Pants to Order, $6 and Up.
Corner of 7th and C St&.
MEDFORD, - - - OREGON.
Has just received a large stock of
fine CLOTHING and GENT'3
also a finestock of
BOOTS and SHOES
Which he will sell as low aa caa
be sold. Small profits and quick
sales will le bis motto. Call and
ee for vourself.
Having bought out FVanV Galloway
is now prepared to 11 ail order
The Cheapest and Best Picket Fence
made. Curivscondcnco Solicited. Ad
dress ail orders to
Ttc leading Drsg Sicre cl liodlord is
GEORGE H. KASKINS.
(Successor to Hsins & Lawtos.)
He has anything in the line cf
Faints and Oils,
Tobacco", Cigars. Perfumery,
And everything that U carried la a
Prescriptions Carefully Com
Maix Street, Medford, Oregox.
L. M. LYON.
Jobbing of all Kinds.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Medford. - - Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UsrrsD States Land Orrtcs. t
Koseburs. Ora , Auc IS. IS& f
Notice is hereby given that the following,
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make nnul proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will he made before the judge,
or clerk of the eounty court, of Jackson const?
Oreiron. at Jacksonville, Or., on Thursday,
September ef, vis: Oliver W. Sly. home
stead entry No. &.?T1. for the southeast quarter
of section 3. township ST south, ranite 1 west.
He names the following illnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said laud, via:
Carl Siransen. Fred Larsen. Fred Stlmsoa
and John W. Smith, all of Uodtord. Jackson
Jobs H. Shefe, Register.
A new and Complete Treatmeut constating- of
Suppositories, Oiutmont in Capsule.", also in
Hox and Pills: a Positive Cure for External,
Internal. Blind or Bleeding. Itching. Chronic.
Recent or Hereditary Piles, and many other
diseases and female weakness; it U always a
groat benettt to the health. The trst discovery
of a medical cure rendering an operation with
the knife unnecessary hereafter. This iimed '
has never been known to faU. 1 per box.' 6 for
J5: sent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible
(lisMn.n .'hnn n vn:tn on.nintM i. .imn with
1 4 boxs to refund the money if not cured. Sent!
stamp for free Sample. Guarantee issued by
I Woodward, Clarice & Co.. Wholesale & Re
I tail Druggists, Sole Agents. Portland. Ore. .
G. H. Ilaifcins. sole agent for Medford. .