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SOUTHERN OREGON MAIL, FRIDAY, :SEPT. 9, 1892.
. . Just So.
' Business men always bear in mind
that the majority of our subscribers
have especially agreed to patronize all
advertisers in the Mail. And conse
quently the larger and more continuous
an advertisement is the more trade it
draws. We are thus able to tell which
of the business houses do the largest
business. "Watch our columns.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The days are growing' shorter.
Judg-i L. R. Webster did Medford
- Large and small melons at all
prices at C. W. Wolters.
Maxcy handles all kinds of soda
water at 5 cents a glass.
H. Klippel arrived from the north
Grain U turning out better in South
ern Oregon thaa has been expectod.
Mason fruit jars at C. W. Wolters;
largest stock and variety.
J. B. McGee, of the Bohemia mines,
"has been in the city.
' Hanging- lamps at cost." Davis &
Circuit Court is in session, with
Judges Hale and Hanna on the bench.
Placer and quartz claim notices
for sale at this office.
All the lawyers of this city attended
the opening of circuit court Monday.
. Complete list of Oregon school
books at Slover's. -
County Treasurer Bloomer waddled
into town Sunday ou his bicycle.
The finest sweet -water grapes on
the market at Wolters's.
John Orth the Jacksonville butcher,
was upon our streets Sunday.
Rubber tip lead pencils 10 cenis
per dozen and up at Slover's.
The Pioneer reunion convened at
Jacksonville Thursday of this week.
Buy your school tablets at Slover's
and get a good lead pencil free.
Miss Lulu Gibson, of Medford, is
telegraph operator at Tolman Springs.
Soda water a cents a glass at C. W.
The August apportionment of school
money has been made by Supt. Price.
Pure maple syrup at Davis & Pot
tengers. Miss Ira Adkins has returned from a
few week's stay at the springs near
Celluloid in sheets for fancy work
The wood and brickwork of the bank
has been repainted in bright colors and
and coffee try DavU &
Wheat is pouring into the new ele
vator at the Ashland Mills at a livtlv
Ladies' visiting cards printed at
If you can't sleep or your conscience
troubles you, take the Mail, in one
Fine spices and extracts at Davis
If you are unwell or experience thct
tired feeling, take the Mail; it will
Go to Davis & Pottcnger's foi all
kinds of soda drinks a cents a glass.
Mrs. P. R. Burnett and family will
jointhe Reverend at Eugene" next
Ten cent Cuban Blossom cigar for
five cents at Davis & Pottcnger's.
C. B. Watson and Mr. L. McCall, of
Ashland, visited Portland not long'
We give a cash discount of 5 per
cent en all purchases, Angle & Ply
male. Mr. Samuel Taylor, a pioneer of this
valley, is seriously ill at his home in
Hurrah for straw hats. All- sizes
and styles below cost at Angle & Ply
males's. When weak, weary arid worn out,
read the Mail and it will restore your
Largest stock of men's youths', and
childrens' clothing in town at Angle &
Jackson county's wool output will
amount to JOO.COO pounds, and will sell
at 16 cts. per lb.
Trunkal Trunks! Valises! Valises!
Largest stock; lowest prices at Angle
John Denny and wife, of Linn county,
are visiting the family of H. J. Ter
rill, of Talent.
Go to O. Holtan, tailor, and in
spect his goods and prices before buying-
Miss Ida Barr and Mrs. H. E. Baker
and infant of Medford went Colestein
We claim to turn out the best and
neatest job work in the valley at rea
J. Pi. Bohcn and Jas. D. Fay, of
tne limfig corps of Jacksonville, visited
this city Sunday.
Sloverhas the only fountain in
town and gives a' large, toaming glass
, of soda for 6c. '
Dan Chapman, of Ashland, father-in-
jaw 01 vv . Lu Townsend, has been in
Medford several times lately. -
vvanteu At iearora nursery, one
enmea piow ana two iron cultivator
wheels small size. . 35-4t
Cecil Young, a former resident of this
city but now of San Jose, is visiting his
cousin, C. I. Hutchinson.
Pure Cider Vinegar at Davis &
Rev.. E. E. Phipps arrived from
Portland Tuesday. Mr. Phipps is the
new Methodist minister for this place.
-Deinorest Bros., dentists. Nitrous
oxide gas 'administered for painless
extraction 01 teetn .
About all the campers and outing
parties have returned to their homes
ana ousmess is picking up accordingly.
- Glassware at cost Davis & Pot-
C. C. Ragsdale and his brother-in
law, W. T. Brown, came up from Co
lusa county a few days ago on a hunting
Circuit court convened Monday)
- morning- with forty-seven cases dock
eted. Judge it ale is presiding in
jplace of Judge Hanna who has still un
finished business before the court.
Abstractor Marklsy. who did the ab
stract work for Jackson county, bus
been in the valley this we. k iinishiug
up his work.
For Rent Ranch containing 10 1
acres under cultivation. For further
particulars inquire at this office. H
B. B. Hubbard rode down from Eagle
Point .Monday, called at the Mail of
fice and renewed his subscription.
A barn belonging to a Mr. Korris
naar -Talent was burned to the ground
Saturday niffht. Cause unknown.
See Woltsrs' adv. It is a dandy.
J. O. Johnson, after an extended ab
sotico in California, returned to this
city Saturday from Pacific Grove.
Dry popcorn at Elder's.
Mr. E. Allen is building himself a
neat residence on his property in the
now part of town, naar the Paris place.
Subscribe for the Mail.
John Bingham has returned to this
city after an extended absence in Cali
fornia. Ho says Medford is good enough
for him. -
Quaker Rolled Oats at Davis &
The Mail acknowledges tha receipt
of complimentary tickets to the Jack
son and Josephine county fair. Also to
the District Fair at Roscburg.
Lamp chimneys at Wolter's gro
cery. Dr. and Mr. Piekel will visit Port
land during the session of the Sover
ereign Grand Lodge, I. O. O. I., which
opens on September 19th.
- Fine job work at this office.
Ed. Knighten of Rogue river valley,
paid relatives at Haynesvilln a visit,
being the guest of Simpsoin Wilson.
Klamath Falls express.
Fruit jars at Davis & Pottenger's.
Mrs. Minnie Phipps, daughter of W.
G. Cooper of the Clarendon hotel, re
turned Monday from a few weeks' visit
to San Franeiseo.
Miss EvaBellinger. who wass?vercly
injured bv her horse throwing hr ou!
of a cart in Jacksonville ssveral weeks
ago, has almost entirely recovered.
Go to Elder's for the best tea in
Ford Ropr returned to Ashland last
week from California. He has b;en
clerking in a general merchandise
store since" taking a course at business
A young son of G. W. Bryant, at
Ashland, last week, fell from a high
porch at their residence and was badly
hurt about the head. He is recovering
: The close season for grouse, pheas
ant, quail and ducks ended last week
and the sportsmen are making it lively
for the birds now.
W. C. Engledow returned the first of
the week from a visit to his mother in
Sam's Valley. His family went with
him and will remain for sometime.
A- J. Dalev of Butte creek lias had
the building formerly occupied by John
Watkias moved to the old postot'ice
and fitted up as au office for Dr. SUin
field. W. J. Stanley has arranged for a test
lot of ore from his promisiug mine,
near Woodville. to ) run through
Houck's mill, at Gold Hill, in a short
P. J. Chavner last week procured a
lot of hydraulic pipe at Hornbrook,
Cal., to bo used in petting his mine
near Go'd Hill ready for operation next
Lannjs P. Kiippol of Lakecounty ar
rived at his old home in Jacksonville
last week and will Slav a short time.
Thi3 is his lirat visit during several
years pant. -
Somebody set fire to the huildinjrs
on the Beagle place, in Table Rock
precinct, and tiiey were entirely de
stroyed, together with the fence sur
W. n. Freod.wife and daughter, who
have been visiting with Prof. Narre
gen and family in this city, returned to
tneir Home in urant s 1 ass tne nrst of
Jesse Adams of Talent and Mr. Con
ger of .-this city are at present on a pros
pecting tour in the mountains. They
procured some mining notices Iroin
this office Monday.
The placing of ice on sale in the
various towns of this valley bv the
Medford factory at the low rate of one
cent per pound will enable all to enjoy
in is essential luxury.
The town board of Medford has no
tices out offering a reward of $450 for
the arrest and conviction of the guilty
parties causing the late hr.js in this
city. It is a good move.
J. W. Hockersmith is again in the
hog business, and from all reports it
seems that he has a monopoly in this
line. He has been shipping nogs from
Central i"oint lately,
Three and one-half Inns o ore from
V. J. Stanley's quartz mine at Wood
ville was run through the Houck two
stamp quartz mill at Gold Hill and
free-milled $15 per ton.
Painter Manle and Contractor Lyons
have been fixing up the school house
in the Mingus Grove, west of town. It
was needed and good work was done.
Judge Purkeypile was up from Cen
tral Point Monday and stated that the
flour mill was being rushed along. The
frame is completed and the machinery
is arriving and being put in place.
T. J. Keeney, of Jacksonville, has
been buying wool throughout the val
ley this summer, and is paying now 10
cents per pound. He bought about
5,000 pounus of John Murphy lately.
Geo. A. Jackson, the melon king,
visited Medford Saturday. He will
ship a dozen or fifteen car-toads of mel
ons this season and reports the market
as being better than last year.
J. W. Smith is busy making improve
ments in the way of fences, etc., on h is
lately purchased . ranch east of town.
Mr. Smith is a progressive citizen and
understands the business of ranching.
G. S. Butler, who came in last week
from Keno, reports the grain crops un
usually late in maturing out in Klam
ath county this season. Some wheat
in his acighborhood will not be ripe for
three weeks yet.
C. B. Watson, of Ashland, haa the
contract .to survey the unsurveyed por
tions of certain sections of land in the
timbar region nearjenny creek, whore
the squatters are now . squatting. M.
L. McCall will do 'lie work. It is not
a large job, however, only twonty miles
of line to run.
Mesdames. Wm. Johnson and J. E.
Fitzgerald left for Portland Saturday.
The former will return soon with her
household goods with the intention of
talcing- up housekeeping. Mr. Johnson
in the meantime is looking for a house
to rent. Mrs. Fitzgerald, who hasbeeu
visiting with the Johnson's for some
time will continue on to her home in
the East. -
J. C. Eds.!ll has bo.'ii in town.
Miss'L. Hillis was visiting f m
Woodville a day this week.
Ira Wakefield vi.ut.xl us s veral ti'.n s
ately from i'bojuix
W W Scott was up from CJoi trrl
Point this week
Editor Kaiser wandered in and oi t
of this precinct some days sinco.
Partly cooked, silver-flaked Innn
iny at the Wolter's grocery.
The distillery will start up about tin
first of October.
Mrs. J. G. Gore is reported as hav
ing been very sick for some limo.
Mrs. I. M. Harvey was in the city
Tuesday froiuCenti-al Point
Mart. Hurst come" down from Wel-
I-jn the fore part of the week.
Several loads of venison have been"
sold on our streets the past two weeks.
Miss Minnie M. Coleman of Phoenix.
registered -sit the Clarendon this week.
The Olwells of Central Point are
supplying this market with melons.
W. L. Townsend went to Ashland
Sunday where his wife is lyingserious
ly ill. P
41.25 Will buv a Ladies' Solid
Leather Shoe at Taylero
shoe store, opposite postolfice. 4t
A complete stock of the latest style
of millinery has just baen received by
.Mrs. Li. J. ears.
The millinery store of Mr. L. J.
Sears is just now replete with the laUsl
THa Int. tit et.vlrt liit crlii.iu ttim-
mings. etc., just rec -ived at Mrs. L. J.
Stars' millinary store.
J. W. Marksberry the Gold Hill
merchant, came over Wednesday to
Mrs. lietlie Hobson returned to Yre
ka Wednesday, aftsr a few duv's visit
with Dr. W. S. Jones.
Mis. Paul Helson has been here from
Eusrcne this week giving the Womou's
relief corps inslruetions in their work.
Mr. Hill, of Albany, is visiting his
sister, Mrs W. 1. Vawter. in this city.
He is accompanied with his wife and
A People's Party club was organized
on the 3.1 inst. at Etna with L J March
as secretary; Organizer Wakefield
A special car starling from this place
will more than likely bj made up of
citizens to attend the m teting of the
Sovereign Grand Lodge. I. O. O. F., in
Portland on Scpt;iulK-r I&th.
Mine Host Cooper, of the Clarendon
hotel, rejports his house overflowing
with patronage jut now. The tran
sient g;it st ? have been numerous and
of a desirable character.
John L Sullivan is no autre that is,
he is no mo.e world's pugilistic cham
pion, having ben knocked silly in the
'13d round by James Corbet on last
Wednesday evening at New Orl.-ans.
The city council ur:t in regular ses-
sion last Monday nijht. A larsre num
ber of bills were audited. Two now j
sidewalks were provided for: one ex-1
tending from the U li. V. R. R. depot I
west and one by Dr. Picket s place of
Mrs. A. Jamison, of Phoenix, was
transacting business in this city Tues
day and added her name to our list of
Use flour from Eiffl1! Roller Mills
and you will find it beltrr than the
best. For sale by Angle & Plymule. If
Manuel S?ars and wife and Miss
?.Iamio Isaacs returned from the coast
last week and rc)ort a most enjoyable
M. S. Damon is exhibiting some last
year's apples in a good state of preser
vation. This year's crop from the same
tree are beauties.
The new water main near the school
house fill.- a long felt want and those
new sidewalks are substantial improve
ments. Now for a fence.
Prof. C. T. Havens. Peoplrs Party
surveyor elect of Josephsnc county, has
lven doing some surveying for private
parties on mining projwrty near Gold
Hill. The Prof, visited this city and
the county seat on his trip.
The street commissioner has put
down a new crossing at the alley be
tween the postolllce and G. I. Davis'
grocery. There are no end of im
provements going ou in this burg,
which is all that is needed to prove
that our city is progressing rapidly
Dr. E. B. Piekel has been making
some substantial improvements about
his residence and property where he
resides. The house has lieen moved
back from the street and the founda
tion raised, while the lot has boon
filled in and leveled.
Wo have upon our table a tomato
weighing two pounds, plucked from
the vines of E. P. Hammond of this
city. His vegetables are certainly the
largest and finest we have seen this
year. Of flowers rare and choice, he
also has a large variety.
Dr. A. C. Stanley, Geo. Holleiibjak.
Mrs. Svdonstricker and daughter, all
'of Sam's Valley, have been spending
! BOui9tiui3 lit the Tolman vapor baths
recently, end havo bosn benefitted
T. B. Goodpasture's house, in Sara's
Valley, burned to the ground from a
defective flue Monday night. The
mother and children were alone, he
beinar awav in Washington, this is a
hnrrl Iiisr to tho familv. as thev were
nat overly burdened with this world's
S. Sherman, of Talent, started for
Klamath county again last week, hav
ing heard that his daughter, Mrs. Alice
McComber, who was at the abook
ranch in Alkali valley, han been acci
dentally snot in the arm.
TBe true test of a baking powder in
well known to every housekeeper. It is
to try it in makiiur bread, cake, etc.
and we uro of the opinion that it will
be impossible to remove from the
minds of our housewives tho conviction
long ago formed from tho application
of this practical test, that Royal does
make the best, the most, and the most
Chas. Smith, son of E. L. Smith of
the Racket Store, returned to Ashland
lust Saturday to nurse a crippled leg.
He has been at work in the Centennial
mine at Honolulu on the Klamath
river, and his leg was caught under a
lot of rocks dumped by tho hoisting
machine. The bones were not broken,
but it will take time to heal-the injury.
The first annual fair of the Jackson
County Agricultural Association, aided
and assisted by Josephine county, will
hold its fair at the fair grounds near
Central Point, commencing Wednes
day, September 28th, and continuing
four days. An exhibit such as is pro
posed cannot fail to be of permanent
valuo to this section, and a widespread
interest should be manifested.
Used in Millions of Homes
MEDFORD PUIU.IC SCHOOLS.
N. I.. NAItllKliA.X, PKINl'irAU
Tli school opened Monday with N.
A. Jacobs, Assistant Principal: Miss
McGuiro, oth and tith grade; Miss Klla
Griffiths, 4th grade: Miss Mrytle Nich
olson, 3d grade; Mi.-s Carrie Sjukrlt,
2d grade: Miss Lelo Sackett, 1st grad:
and an enrollment of 2!0 pupils. If
the opening days are an index, our
schools will be more of a success than
last year. Tho earnest manner in
which the pupils bgin the work khons
that they are more I'.etermined than
over to gain all they can for them
selves: and we wish that every citizen
of our town might look in and see tho
earnest diligence of the boys ani girls
and then use all their influence in
building up the public schools of our
Tho schools belong to the people
and arc paid for by them, and they
should havo them the best they can bo
made and it is a part of tlx-ir duty to
know the facts about them. Make
yourselves acquainted with your teach
ers and their work.
The school drjm corps in doing so
.gixxl work, a school baud wiil oou be
organized of 10 pieces.
Our graduating class numbers 11 of
as handsome, intelligent and hard
working boys and pi' Is as can lie found
in the State.
We have move! into our now shop
ou C street, and are now prepared to
serve the public with everything in
our line. Thanking you for your past
patronage, we hop?, by fair dealing, to
merit a continuance of the same.
Wo are yours anxious to please,
liKOPHV & Matiiks.
A Sudden Death.
I. E. Saver, accompanied by his
wife, two children and brother, arrived
in this town last week overland from
Bloomtleld. Iowa. Their destination
was Suislaw Bay, where they were to
take up government land and make a
borne. The cold hand of death has cut
the jirogram short. Mr. Saver was a
paiul.i- by trade and bad been suffer
ing for somtim J from lea:! poison, and
iiboul tho time of their arrival here h
w9 taken suddenly worse and di-d
Sunday about 12 o'clock.
The funeral s ;rvios were held at ths
M. E. Church, of which ho was a in .-m-ber.
Tho burial took pUc- iu t'ae I. O.
' The dec-asod was nil encient mem
ber of the order of I. O. O. F. and K.
of P., and the local m:mb;rsof lUcst?
lodges, ou tearing that thise immi
grants were a!mt d Atiliile, to k the
case in hand and saw to it that the
dead had adeceut burial and the living
sufficient to keep the wolf from the
door during their stay in Medford at
Thisea-e is a pr.ictic.il illustration of
the beautiful in secret societies. " Hero
tho principle of "B.-olherly Ixjve," as
taught within the secret portals, hot
been given to the world bv ea"er and
willing hands and hearts, aud one can
truly say that an instance of this kind
aids us to forgst pyrsonalili-'S of a
greater or less magnitude.
liiirkleu's Arnica alve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, uleers, salt rheum, fever
sores,tetter, chapied hands, chilblains,'
corns, and all skin eruptions, and jHsi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price i"c
per box. For sale by t. H. Haskius.
The 16th annual reunion of tho Pion
eer Society of Southern Oregon, was
held in Jacksonville yesterday, (Thurs
day). An interesting program of ex
ercises were given. Evan-A. Reams
delivered tho annual address with
credit In tho afternoon the Native
Sons and Daughters of Oregon h-eld
thoir second annual reunion. Kaspor
K. Kubli dulivered the address. A
grnnd banquet was tendered the two
organizations at the close of the exer
cises. . The State Pays Promptly.
Medford Ore., August 8, 1892.
Received from the State Insurance
company, of Salem, Ore., through
their agent Mr. J. E. Enyart, tho sum
of $1117.40 iu full settlement of my
dwelling which burned recently, and I
fully recommend this company to my
neighbors and friends who need in
surance. Signed, W. P. Faklow.
An Early 8ettler Dead.
Thomas Hopwood, a pioneer of South
ern Oregon, died at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. General Roes, near
Jacksonville, Saturday, Sept. 3. Mr.
Hopwood came to Jackson county in
1S52, and has resided here continuously
since. lie was in his 89th year and
leaves a large family of children, who
have married and settled in this county.
; It Should He iu Every House.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
burg, Pa., says ho will uot be without
Dr. King's Now Discovery for con
sumption, coughs, and colds, that it
cured his wife who was threatened
with pheumonia after an attack of '"la
grippe," whon various othor remedies
and several physicians hud done her
no good. Robert Harbor, of Cooks
port, Pa., claims Dr. King's Now Dis
covery hod done him moiu good than
uuylhing no ever used for lung
trouble. Nothing liko it. Free trial
i bottles at G. H. Ilaskin's drug store.
Large bottles, 50c. and $1.00
40 Years the Standard,
The tariff having been taken off of
flour we are s.dling full roller proc.-s
flour for IK) cts. per sack. Angle & Ply
male. The Singer.
The representatives of the Siuger
Sewing Machine Manufacturing Co.,
expect to arrive hero about the Idtb
i list, with a curload of machines which
will be shipped to Klaina:h county and
disposed of in that section.
First class rigs of all descriptions
ean hi procured at all times of the day
or uijihl at the Clarendon hotel livery
stables. Drummers ami citizens usciu
teams should give this stable a trial.
Satisfaction guaranteed; charges rea
sonable. A .Serial Event.
Win. J. Clarke, of Salem, well known
in Oregon literary and social circle,
and Miss Laura Lay wore married at
the home vl the bride's parents in
Jacksonville Monday afu?ruon. Rev.
Rout. Ennis officiating. The happy
couple left that eveniug for their fu
ture luene in Salem.
Vhs .YorU Hnricasd.
The faci.itics of the present day for the
production of c .-crytiinjf that will con
duce to Uie raatcruJ clfare and comfort
of mankind are claost unlimited and
when Syrup of Figs was first produced j
perfect laxative known, as it is the only
remedy which is truly pleasing and re
freshing to the taste and- prompt and '
effectual to cleanse the tystem gently in '
the Spring time jr. iu fact, at any time
end the better it is known the more pop
clar i t b" "om,
We must say that on the subject of
education the citizens of this city and
vicinity are several tei9 iu advance of
communities in general. We deduce !
our assertion from what we saw and
heard at Ihu ojiening exercises of th
Medford Bjsinis Collega, which were
rendered Mouday eveniug last at the
Baptist Church in this city. Of course
the program, as advertised, led on to
xpeot om -thing out of ih common,
but w dnr Ray not one from among
the val throng who attc-uded counted
on being entertained so richly. Every
sp?c-h di -lire rod and evvry prayer said
eaiue from h arts and lips true to the
elevating infiuenc-'s cf education, mor
ally and mentally, and were list .-ned to
wilh rc-jh-cU appreciation and umler-:-Uuid:ng.
The musical numbers. r sung by the
large chorus uador tha "guidance of
Prof. John We ks, wore grand and in
spiring. Th -y spoke of the master
teaching and the pupils' genius
The church was packed, staudiug j
room being at a premium.
Prof. Kigby. indeed, is to be con
gratulated on the favorable auspices
of the ojiening of the second year of
his college in this city, and it is but
natural to expect and hope to see
this institution grow and prosper.
Clean the I'ity!
Wouldn't it be well to clean our little
city of all tilth and debris?
That skoletou of death, cholera,
hangs like a (Kill over foivign nations
at' the present writing and is terrible
in its ravages, sweeping fruil humanity
before it with unrelentlcss baud and at
any stage the dire disease is cxp-ctcd
to cross tho ocean to American shores.
New York is daily and hourly threat
ened and no stone is being left un
turned to ward off the pestilence, but
with evvry precaution taken a hundred
new loopholes arise.
San Francisco and Portlaud are also
in direct line with ths affected dis
tricts, Asia being iu daily communica
tion . by steamers, and who can tell
when our turn will come.
All large cities on the coast are being
thoroughly cleaned and most smaller
ones are ugiutting the immediate ne
cessity of doing likewise.
Let Medford do her part in the clean
ing process, and even if the cholora
dies out before reaching these shores,
the expense and effort of a gool clean
up will be a good investment, for a
town is never too clean and healthy.
The origin of the cholera in Ham
burg, Gsrmany, was traced to a hut in
the camp of some Russian immigrants,
from which dirty water found its way
into the river Elbe, close to the Ham
burg water works. Sue ! A little
dirty water found its way into the river
which supplied the city with water.
Clean the city, we say, and clean the
Smoke 'the Detroit Free Press
cigar at C. W. Wolters'.
How is This! ,
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any cuse of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure.
F. .1. Cheney tt Co. Props., Tolodo,0.
We, the understood, have known F.
J. Cheney for the lnatla years, and be
lieve him perfectly onorable- in all
business transactionshaud . financially
able to carry out any bliatioos made
by their firm.
West & Truax. Wholesale Dru?trists.
Toledo. O., Waldiug:, Kinnan & Mar
vin, W noiesalo JJrujrgisw, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken luter
nallv. uctiiiir directlv on the blood and
mucous surfaces of tho system. Price
75o. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
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CALL AND SEE ITS
We buy for Cash, and we buy to sell,...
We buy direct, and we buy in quantities.
You will always fiud our stock complete.
We sell at one price, and that the lowest.
We treat you courteously.
A satisfied customer is our best advertisement.
Our constant aim is to give you the beat goods at bottom prices.
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Your child will be served as cheaply and politely as yourself!
A comparison of our styles and prices will convince you that yon
should trade with us.
The Popular Gioeei,
c. w. WOLTERS,
: : : JACKSONVILLE.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST POSSI
MEN'S FURNISHINGS, ETC.,
ARE OUR SPECIALTIES.
We Pay the Cash or Exchange Our Merchandise
fr All Earm.Drnriiifte.
READER, IT Ml BENEFIT YOU TO TRADE WITH US
June H.1S93. - Yours Respectfully, J. NUNAN;
ANCLE & PLYMALE. Proprietors.
General Merchandise Groceries,
Fresh Bacon and Lard, Choice Straiired Honey. Pure Cider, Viuegar
Cigars and Tobacco, Canned Frnite, Vegetables and Maats,
Extracts, Spites, Flour. Matches, Etc., Ktc.
FREE DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF TOWN.
Y. B. Produce,. Taken in Exchange.
I. A. WEBB
- DEALS IN
Carpets, and Paper
D. H. MILLER,
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware
and Fine Building Material.
Warranted Cutlery, Carpeuter and Builders Toots. - Fishlug Tackle, AwnunUkm. Etc.. Em
Redjackct Force Pumps, for deep or ehollow wells. Tin Shop Attached
W. I. VAWTER, Wm. BLINGER, O. W. HOWARD; J. E. ENTART.
Pre: Vloa Pres. Cashier. , . AaslCaahM
Jaokson County Bank,
CAPITAL. - $50,000
Loan money on approved security, receive deposits subject to check,
and transact a general banking business on thr most favorable terms.
BkaTYour Business Solicited. - v
Corbin Banking Co., N. Y.
Commercial National, Portland.
F. M. PLYMALE.
Pacific Bank, San Francisco.
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