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SOUTHERN OREGON MAIL, FRIDAY, SEPT. 23. 1892.
PRICES WAY DOWN
QUOTE FOR 30.DATS.
Letter Heads," per 1,000, $4.00
Envelopes, per 1000, $3.50.
Business Cards, per 1000, $4.00
Statements, per 1000, $4.00.
Posters, per 1000. $3.00 and up.
Everything else in proportion.
Oall and see us.
Read the Continued
Story on Page 4.
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
as 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
Complete list of Oregon school
books at Slover's.
A beautiful rain fell in this valley
Saturday night and Sunday.
We claim to turn out the best and
neatest job work in the valley at rea
sonable prices. '
The Table Rock school is being
taught by Miss Burch.
Wanted At Med ford nursery, one
chilled plow and two iron corn cultiva
tor wheels small sise. 35-4t
Miss Lora Ray, of Gold Hill, will at
tend school at this place this winter.
Glassware at cost. Davis & Pot
tinger. .;. ... .
Wm. Hanley and wife have returned
from their honeymoon trip.
Go to Davis & Pottenger's foi all
kinds of soda drinks 5 cents a glass.
Xm. Shideler and family have returned
from their camping trip.
Pure Cider Vinegar at Davis &
G. F. Merrimon is stopping at the
St. Charles while in Portland.
Hanging lamps at cost. Davis &
The Jewish New Year occurred yes
terday and to-day, 22nd and 23d.
Trunks! Trunks! Valis-.'sl Valises!
Largest stock; lowest prices at Angle
& Ply male's.
Grant's Pass expects to ship about
20,000 bushels of apples this s-ason.
Go to Elder's for the best tea in
Joe Hockersmith has moved his fam
ily back to this city from Ashland.
Buy your school tablets at Slover's
and get a good lead pencil free.
The evening course at the Business
college of Medford begins October 1st.
- Ten cent Cuban Blossom cigar for
five cents at Davis & Potteoger's.
A son was born to Sir. and Mrs. W.
M. Colvig at Jacksonville, on the 11th
Hurrah for straw hats. All sizes
and styles below cost at Angle & Ply
. The soldiers reunion was a grand suc
cess. Next year the meeting will be
We give a cash discount of 5 per
cent en all purchases, Anglo &. Ply-'
male... - ' : , -
B.' R- Stevens, of .Woodville, will
soon take np a school in the upper val
ley. ' ,, . ' -. '
Deinorest Bros., dentists. : Nitrous
oxide-gas administered for painless
extraction of teeth." . A ' ''"'.
Mrs. W. J. Ply male is at Roseburg
helping in; the work at the district
fair. : :-.--. : . v, - i. I . ;
. Slover . has .the only fountain in
town and gives a large, ioaming glass
of soda for 5c - - :
Dr. R. Pryce and W. H. Parker reg
istered at the Gilman in Portland a
few days ago. . - - . -
Largest stock of men's youths', and
childrens' clothing in town at Angle &
The Talent school began Monday
with J. B3atty and Miss Roberts as
Lamp chimneys at Wolter's gro
cery. A son of Ol. Weaver, of Jackson
creek, broke his arm at the Eaton
ranch last week.
Go to O.' Holtan, tailor, and in
spect his goods and prices before buy
F, T. Downing has sold 35 acres of
wild land near Central Point to W. W.
Edington for $700.
&1.25 Will buy a Ladies' Solid
Leather Shoe at Taylor's
shoe store, opposite postoffice. 4t
S. S. Aiken, late of Prospect, has
moved his family to Central Point for
Use flour from Eagle Roller Mills
and you will find it belter than the
best. For sale by Angle & Plymale. tf
A fine flow of water has been ob
tained from an artesian well in Honey
Prof. L. L, Freeman' is teaching the
Gold Hill schools. - Forty scholars at
tended the first week.
" See Wolters' adv. ' It is a dandy.
. W. A. Mann and E. A. Ford, of Cen
tral Point, are keeping a boarding
.house at the fair grounds.
. -The latest style hats, gloves, trim
mings, etc., just received at Mrs. L. J.
guars' mjUinary Btore.
A. D. Helman and R. A. Minkler, of
Ashland, are at the St. Charles hotel
in Portland this week."
Fine spices and extracts at Davis
Mrs. Nichols has now moved into her
new photograph gallery at Central
Point and is ready for business.
Dry popcorn at Elder's.
Mrs. C. H. Ercanbrack's mother and
father are here from the .east for a few
month's visit at Central Point.
Quaker Rolled Oats at Davis &
S. H. Dunlap of Talent sung a solo.
("The G. A. R,") at the Ashland reun
ion, which was well received.
Subscribe for the Mail.
A. H. Dean is building a residence
on his property four miles from town,
across the river from Grant's Pass.
Fruit jars at Davis & Pottenger's.
At a special meeting the Ashland
school distrct voted a six-mill tax to
run the schools through the year.
Fine job work at this office.
Be sure and take in the dance fair
week in Fradenburgh's hall at Central
Point, given by L. W. Robbins. It
Rubber tip lend pencils 10 cants
per dozen and up at Slover's.
Capt. James Goodall of Jackson
creek had the misfortune to lose his
barn by fire last week while he was
The finest sweet water grapes on
the market at Wolters's.
Central Point citizens as follows were
in town Saturday : F. T. Downing, C.
H. Ercanbraek, G. T. Hershbergerand
Frank Amy. '. '
Maxcy handles nil kinds of soda
water at 5 cents a glass.
Those who are interested will be sor
ry to learn that the railroad com
pany are not making any contracts f r
Mason fruit jars at C. W. 'Wolters;
largest stock and variety.
Three thousand dollars is a pretty
stiff bond for a 100 offiee, but that is
tha amount required of the county
Placer and quartz claim notices
for sale at this office.
Mrs. Rose Bartlctt of Portland, wife
of Geo. Bartlett, the S. P. conductor,
is paying relatives and friends in the
valley a visit.
The Premium Market for good
Xas;n:e Barr hrs transferi e 1 to Eliza
WooSford. lots 11. 14, 15, and 1C of
block 44 in .Medford, for $374.
Mrs. Wolenweb?r has arrived from
Vancouver, "Wash., and will visit her
aunt, Mrs. John Abbott, of Ti-.lent, for
several weeks, says tha News.
H. F. Wood, the contractor, hasbceu
Miss Lipp-ncott, a dsujht3r of Mr.
Lippencott station aeut ia this city,
is in attendance tt Si. ilarv's acad .my
j Go to the Premium lr.rket fjr
; Uolona a:id all kinds of sar.sjiire.
Miss Luclla Gibson has returned to
Central Point from Tolnisu's springs,
where she ha had charge of the l'os-
Ul tel jgra:)h ofnej.
Ladies' visiting cards printed at,
this ofiic j. v
The M. E. Church, South, will havo
a quarterly meeting at the Central
Point camp grounds, to-day and to
morrow, 23d and 24th.
Soda water 5 cents a glass at C. W.
Judge L. R. Webster is located in
the Ryau building opposite Drum's
store in Jacksonville, and has a nice
sign to mark the place.
Pure maple syrup at Davis & Pot
tenger's. Austin W. Bish has been engaged
supplying the Klamalh county people
with some of Rogue river vallry's delic
ious fruit product.
For teas and coffee try Davis &
Miss Roe Griffiths, a teacher in the
Medford school last year, is ttachin?
at Antioch, and expects to have a
Smoke the Detroit Free Press
cigar at C. W. Wolters".
The Talent News says that M. H.
Coleman will move to Wagner creek
about October 1st, having rented his
Phoenix farm to his son, W. B.
Partly cooked, silver-flaked hom
iny at the Wolter's grocery.
W. P. H. Legate has rented the
dwelling lately vacated by Rev. P. R.
Burnett and will move his family back
from Hornbrook in a couple of weeks.
The millinerv store of Mrs. L. J.
Sears is just now replete with the latest
W. B. Baily of Big Butte is at the
home of A. C. Howlett at Eagle Point,
suffering from a paralytic stroke re
sulting from a plunge in Rogue river.
A complete stock of the latest style
of millinery has just been received by
Mrs. L. J. Sears.
The quartz mill owned by Houck and
Shaffer is being moved to Wooiville,
where they will begin operations on
the mine recently purchased from W.
J. Stanley & Co.
Celluloid in sheets for fancy work
Several thousand bushels of wheat
are already stored in the Mill Co.'s
ware-bouses at Central Point ready to
grind, as soon as tho mill is finished,
and more is being delivered daily.
The overland train which bore the
Odd Fellows from this city to Pot'.and
was five hours late. - The delay was
caused by tho burning of a bridge near
Mr. and Mrs. Jones of this place sang
a duet at the lata reunion at Ashland
which was 'great" says tho Tidings,
and Miss Jones recited a lovely piece
entitled, "You Put no Flowers on Pa
pa's Grave" ,
W. Hurst ', has been in town f r j:n
A. Luigell is do.va from tho Klam
L. A. Rose of Phcouix was in town
C. F. Wall and wife wore down from
Prospect this week. .
L. G. Porter has moved to his proper
ty east of Boar creek.
Mr. Johnson, of the iec plant, is ab
sent in Portland on business.
Chas. Strang's now safe is in placo
in his drug store and is a beauty.
C. W. Wolters and L. F. CranfiU
have received a car-load of salt.
C. Mingus, tho great fruit man of
Ashland, called Monday on business.
Postmaster Howard went to Gold
Hill this week to do soni3 surveying.
A. C. Howlett and ladies of Eiglo
Point, visited this section Tuesday.
J. A. Whitman left for tho north
Tuesday in interest of his fruit business.
Mr. Thiess of the distiller is back
from a successful business trip on the
Mrs A J Stewart went south Tues
day and A J is stopping at the Clar
Weaver's and Field's letter of accep
tance is worth readiug. You will find
it published on 1st page.
James Linn of Jacksonville, has been
appointed to a scholarship in the State
Agricultural Collge, at Corvalls.
Mrs. Jas. A. Slover, Sr., from Grant's
Pass, has been visiting with her son,
Jas. A. Slover. Mrs. Jas. A. Slover,
Jr.. is ou the sick list.
Hereafter the Y. M. C. A. will moot
in the Presbytearn church. Rev. E.
R. Phipps will address the young men
next Sunday, at S p. m.
Horace Nicholson has charge of D.
H. Miller's hardware store during the
latter's absence in Portland. Horace
iuforms us he will embark in business
for himself in a few weeks.
Medford will thip about 30.000 bush
els of apples this season. This is more
than any other point by a good deal.
The sams can be said of peaches,
At the meeting or tha People's par ty
county central commute iu this city
last Saturday, important business was
transacted, which will bi published at
the proper time.
The supreme court at the October
term will give a second hearing to the
Beekman-Haralin cas:?, rapidly becom
ing one of the noteworthy cases in tho
history of Oregon jurisprudence, says
"Break the News Gjntly", an orig
inal poem written during the war by
Mrs. Damon of this city and spoken by
her at the soldiers reunion at Ashland,
was beautiful and affoctingand received
Geo. and John Clements have been
awardjd the conlract to buiiJ the
bridge across Applcgato near IJinc
dicl's place. The bid was Sl-JOO
for the main span and ?2.5o per foot for
Sirs. W. L. Townsend, bclorcd wife
of our tonsorial artist, died in Ashland
Tuesday at tha hocii of her parents,
after a severe i!lns. Mr. Townsend
has the h-.-artfelt sympathy of his large
circle of friends in his pr.'sat loss.
At a regular raieting last Mxiday
evening of the K. of P. lojgj in this
city, J. E. Enyart and C. I. Hutchison
were elected as reprcsenalives to the
Grand Lodge, which convenes in Port
land in October.
Wanted A bright boy or girl in
every town to send us a postal card
asking for particulars of how, by a lit
tle pleasant work they can earn a bi
cycle, a watch or choico library, with
out its costinff them another cent. Box
46, Boston, Mass. 38-Gm
Thursday. Sept. 30th, at 10 o'clock,
a. m., Prof. J. M. Bloss of the State Ag
ricultural College will deliver an ad
dress at tho Fair Grounds. Subject:
"Kslatiou of Education to Agricul
ture." C. H. Ercanbraek is now prepared to
supply the people with grocerios at the
lowest prices for cash at Central Point,
The Alliance should support Mr. Er
canbraek as he will especially endeav
or to please.
We have been asked to give publici
ty to the fact that deer are being
slaughtered without reason in the sur
rounding hills, and that the culprits
will bo brought to justice, if they do
not let up.
A road has been petitioned for by J.
G. Briscoe and others in Trail creek
precinct. The commissioners court
'has appointed J: A. Houston, J. C.
Hannah and Perry Foster as viewers to
to meet at beginning of said road, Sept.
30th at 10 a. ra.
This week, on the forth page, will
be found the commencement of asorial,
entitled "A Story" and as it is writton
by a well known writer, whose reputa
tion as an entertainer, is of the best we
take pleasure in presenting it to our
readers. Be sure and follow the trials
and tribulations of the hero.
ToCoramandar La Valley, Vice Com
manders Dunlap, Ax tell and Faris,
Adjutant Hills, Quartarmaters Norris
and his assitants, Erford, Peterson,
Beach, Crowson, Spencer and Sayles,
and to tho ladies of Burnside Corps W.
R. C, the visiting members of the en
campment last week at Ashland woro
largely indebted for a pleasant time
says the Tidings.
In the encampment at the reunion -at
Ashland were tho following post 'com
manders: J. R. Casey, Burnsida Post,
G; A. R., A3hland; Mrs. M. E. McCall,
Burnside Post, W. R. C, Ashland;
Goodman Noble, C. A. Arthur Post,
G. A. R., Medford; Mrs. Damon, Ches
ter A. Arthur Post, W. U. C, Medford;
D. S. Holton, Gen. Logan Post, G.. A.
R., and Mrs. Aba Axtell, Gen. Logan
Post, W. R. C, Grant's Pass.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard,
John King was up from Gold Hill one
day this week.
W Boeson, of Talent, registered at
the Clarendon this week.
A farewell party was given to C.
Young Thursday evening, at the resi
dence of F M Plymale.
L A Simon, who has been out with
Surveyor C J Howard, returned yester
dav and reports that the remainder of
the party will return in about eight
In the Sunday closing case from this
city wo stated last week that the cir
cuit court had decided that udgo Wal
ton had no jurisdiction in the premises.
This is erroneous, and we wish to set
the matter right. The circuit court
dismissed the case on motion of the
counsel for the saloon men, so that puts
the parties back to where they were ia
Heppner citizens are rejoicing in the
success of an artesian well for city
water supply. A test was made with a
six-inch pump with a capacity of
250,000 gallons a day. The pump was
started at a 72.000 gallons a day rate,
and then increased to 144,000 gallons,
and at last to 21ti,00Y gallons, and the
well stood the test, to the surprise of
many doubtful persons. This test con
vinced the citizens that the well will
supply water sufficient for Heppner's
demands, though another well may be
sunk to insure a supply equal to any
J. T. Miller, lha Central Toint nurseryman,
visited lirul'i Tux this week.
New ftaxsware at C W. Woller.
Fresh soppij of candle at C W. Woltera.
Cobble gutters will replace the present wood
en ones in our streets. Stone is belnc h-n'ed
tor the purpose. Our streets are also to be
graded with fraud.
II .O. Chute and Chas. Campbell, of Dallc3.are
about Ui open a jewolry store in this elty. The
gentlemen come highly recommeded and vi.1
no donbt meet with the success they dcArrve.
M-rricd, Sept. ItC at the reldcnce of A.
II. Kootbbr. Joseph T. Duck and Miss Sarah R.
Iluothbjr : O. J. CYlllard. officiating.
Married. Sept. 19. at the court boum, bj
Juilce J. K Nell, James McCaslUi and Miss Ut
At the home of her parents. Mr. aod Mm
Daniel Chapmsn. In Ashland, Sept. SOto ISSi.
at IO:a a. o.. Mrs. Lolu Totmsend. wife of W.
L. Towuscnd or MeJford. ajed ! years sni IS
days. The funeral took place from the Chap
man residence oa ttranlte street, Wednesday
cvcaloj. Sc;l. 2i at oue oVlck. Interment
at Ashland ecrct?ry.
The following morab.TS of the I. O.
O. F. of M .Mifosxl. w.-nt to Portland la a
special car last week, to attend the
I mj"ting of tho Saveroin Grand Lodge
I. O. O. F., which conv-n.-d Monda;-.
They are expected back the last of this
week: I. A. Web a id wif ., D. H.
Miller and wifo. Dr. E. B. Picksl and
wif j. B. S. Webb and wife, L. M. Lyons
and wifo, Mrs. W. I. Vawter, A. C.
Nicholson. G. F. M-;rriraan. D. S.
You.igs. C. C. Taylor, Mrs. R. T. Law
ton and F. Barneburg and daughter.
What's th Katterr
To be often reminded, as we ara, that
our subscribers in outside postoftlces
do not receive thMr Mail regularly, is
worrying to say tha least. Our sub
scribjrs at Bolt havo within a few
days complained to us that the Mail
seldom reaches them, and from Lak )
Creek cam 28 tho sime complaint. Wo
are going to sift this matter to the bot
tom and to that end wo have writton to
the )ostal inspector at Portland as a
starter, and will push the matt-jr until
we And out who is to blame and then
something will drop.
Thos. A. Harris, who was accident
ally shot on the 12th inst., died of his
wounds Thursday evening, Sept. loth,
at G o'clock. He was buried in the
Catholic cemetery at Jacksonville, Rev.
Father Watry conducting the services.
Deceased leaves surviving widow (for
merly Miss Nettie Tice), and infant
child, besidos a daughter of tender
years by a former marriage. He was
universally esteemed as a whole-souled,
genial man, and the untoward accident
resulting in his death is sincerely de
It is vory dry and smoky here.
J. W. Robinson has a full stocked
store. Give him a call.
School began in Wimer dist., Mon
day, Sept., 12th, with T. C. Cailcy as
Mr. Joseph Burkhardt is eroctiug a
ne w dwelling on his place.
Savago & Caxton will havo finished
throashing all the grain on the creek
by tho last of the week.
The now bridge across Evans oreek
is complatcd. It will afford a great
convenience to this section of tho county-
. . ..
Chester, the little son of A. J. Shor
rlll, who has been very sick for quite a
while sooms to be improving vory slow
Prof. B. R. Stevens closed a . very
successf j1 term of school at tho Scott
sc hool house Friday, St-pt. t9Ui. -t Mr.
Stevens - is one of Jackson county's
prominent teachers and is a successful
The tariff having been taken off Of
flour we are selling full roller procesa
flour for U0 cts. per sack. Angle & Ply.
If you are unwell or experience that
tired feeling, take tho Mail; it will
rest yoin- .t '
The Btate Pay Promptly. '
- Medfokd Ore., August 8, 1892.
Received from the Stats Insurance
company, of Salem, Ore., through
tneir agent Mr. J. E. nvart, tne. sum
of 617.40 in 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.
Bueklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
aorcs,tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price 2Tjo
per box. For sale bv G. H. Raskins.
When weak, weary and worn out,
read the Mail and it will restore your
We have moved into our new shop
on V street, aod are now prepared to
servo the public with everything in
our line. 1 hanking you for your past
patronage, we hope, by fair dealing, to
merit a continuance of the same.
We are yours anxious to please,
Buoput Sc Mathks.
Tuesdav. September 27th, will be
Fruit Grower's Day at the Cantral
Point Fair Grounds. Thero will be no
gate charges ou that day. There will
bj an interesting address on agricul
ture. The horticulturists of Jackson
and Josephine counties should make as
fine an exhibit as possible. They can
not afford to do otherwise. The repu
tation of this part of tho state for the
abundance and excellence of its or
chard and vineyard products must be
Don. A. H. Carson will deliver an
address at the Fair Grounds on Thurs
day, Sept. 29th at 11 o'clock, a. m
Tbis gentleman's ability as a public
speaker, and his scientific research on
the great Geld of horticulture, in which
he has bcn a patient gleaner for a
life time, is sufficient guarantee of his
ability to present the subject of horti
culture to an audience, in a way both
pleasing and profitable to alL Don't
fail to hear him.
Coming to Jackson County.
One or more surgeons of National Surgical
Institute. NUSiS Bush Strret. S. F will be at
the Hotel Orciron. Ashland. Sept. j. Grand
Central liotet. Mrdfor.K Sept. anh and at the
Uou-1 tllaclibum. Urant's l'ass. rV-pt. Xta.
This ms'.kuc is specially devoted to the treat-
: mrut of curvature of the srine, diseases of the
, hip and knee joint, crooked limbs, clubfeet and
I nl lh-wll!i-.Ur..nntllrt. Tl,..i . ....w.. I. .
inc these troubles as well as nasal datarrh and
ail cbrsnlc dlsnases has made for the Institute
a national regulation. -
Ail persons who are sufferlnir from any of
these complaints fhould not fail to lake advan
tage of this opportunity for relief. Ask your
postmaster for circulars.
Reference mar be had to the foUowinc: Gov
X. t. Kerry. Oiympia. Wash: Judce Tnos. L
I avMon. Salem. Or.: Supreme Judge J. P.
lloyt, of Washington: Rev. K. R. Condit, Al
bany. Or. : E. Young A Co. Oakland. Or, and
Uenry Conn .Roseburg, Or.
The YVorU Hnrlchei..
The facilities of the presezt day for tie
production of ererything that will con
duce to the material welfare and comfort
of mankind arc almost unlimited and
when Syrup of Fijs was first produced
the world was enriched with the only
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 system gently in
the Spring time r, in fact, at any tuna
and the better it is known tha more pop
ular it ty'omew.
NOTICE OF NEW SURVEY.
TJ sited States LAKDOrnca. I
Roseburg, Ora..Spl. IS. I8B9. f
Notice Is hereby given that the approved map
of the survey of township number IS South, of
Hangu S East has been received at this office,
to wit :
The plat of said surveys thereof will be filed
In this office on the Nth day of No -ember, l&ei.
and on aod after the -a!d Uth day of November,
IrtU, we will be prepared to receive applications
for the entry of the land in said township.
John H. Sncrc Register.
A. M. Crawford, Receiver.
NOTICE OF NEW SURVEY.
Land Office at Roseburg. Or.
Sept S. ISM.
Notice is hereby given that the approved
maps of surveys of the following Townships
hairclbecn received at ibis office to-wit : Town
ship No. 31 South, of Range 1 East, W. M.. com
plete. The heretofore nnsnrvoyed portion of Town
ship No. ill South, of Range No. 1 West, W. M..
to wit : Sections 1, 9, 8, 4. J, . t. 8. , 1CS II, 13.
is, h. n, is, 17, is, iv, so, 2i. a, a, a. , as, S7.
SS. 29. .10. 31. Si. S3. SI, 34 and 3S.
The heretofore uaRurveyed -portion of Town
Ship IS South, of Rauge S West. W. M-. to wit :
Hrctions No, 4. 5, , 7, S, l, 17, IS, 10, 90,31. SS. W.
S3. .11. 3 and S3.
She piut of said surveys hereof will be filed
in this offlco on the Sid day of November, IKS.
anil on and after the said &d day of November,
1HW. we will be prepared to receive applications
tor the entry of the land in said townships. .
JOHN H. SHU1E, Register.
A. M. CRAWFORD, Receiver.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn thnt there is at least
one dreaded .disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is. Catarrh. Hall.s Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to be
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disussa, requires a con
stitutional treatmeut.-- Hail's Catarrh
Cure is taken, internally, aotlng dirost
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of they syBtem,theroby--de&troyinp the
foundation of the disease,' and giving
tho paitient strength by building up
constitution and assisting nature in do
ing its work. 'The - proporietors have
so much faith in its-curative powers,
that they offei" One - Hundred -Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure. : Send
for list-of Ustimoniuls. -
Address, - Fj J.CHENEY-& Ca.,
t3TSold by Druggists, 75c.
The Popular Qrooery.
C. W. WOLTERS,
: : , JCKSOVILI-IS.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST 600 D3 AT THE LOWEST POSSI
f BLE PRICES. -.' -
:::: Staple Dry Ms, Groceries, Proyisionsr:
We Pay the Cash or Exchange Our Merchandise
for AH Farm Products
READER, IT WILL BENEFIT YOU TO TRADE WITH US. -Juneii,iS92.
Yours Respectfully. J. NUNAN.
ANCLE & PLYMALE. Proprietors.
General Merchandise Groceries,
Fresh Bacon and Lard, Choice Strained Honey. Pure Cider, Yiaefar
Cigara and Tobacco, Canned Fruits, Vegetable and Meats, .
Extracts, Spices, Flour. Matches, Etc., Etc.
FREE DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF TOWN.
Y. B Produc Tafan in' Exchange. .
.... ' DEALS IN; - -vi,.-,r.-';;r;
Carpets, and Paper
Wertafii CareMy Attend to.
d. h. miller;
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware
t and Fine Building Material.
Warranted Cutlory, Carpeoura and BuUder Toola. Flsklajc Tacki, AtoataaMloa, Kte.. aUa
Redjacket Force Pumpa, for deep or
W. I. VAWTKR. Wn. 8USOKR,
CAPITAL, -: $50,000
Loan money on approved security, receive deoositB subject to -chick,
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and transact a general banking business on ths most favorable terms.
jQrYour Business Solicited. ' - - 'J
Corrfespondbnts: , 7 ; v v
.... Corbin Banking Co. N. Y.
Commercial National, Portland.
The New Prize
at the Grocery
F. M. PLYMALE.
sliollow wells. Tin Sliep Attached
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"7 Medford. Oregon.
.'.v - - - Pacific Bank, San Francisco.
Ladd & Bush, Salem. "