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SOUTHERN OREGON MAIL, FRIDAY, NOV. 4, 1892.
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Felix G. Kertson, Editor.
Published Every Friday Horning.
SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE.
Entered in the PostoSlcc at Medford, Oreffon,
1 as Second-Class Mail Mutter.
Medford, Friday - Nov 4y 1S92.
GENERAL JAMES B. WEAVER,
GENERAL mi$ G. FIELD,
OK VIRGINIA. . .
Nathan Fierce, of Umatilla Co.
W.$H. Qalvani, of Washington.
Saml H. Holt, ; - of Jackson Co.
W, G-. Burleigh, of Wallowa Co.
. .J. O. FIELDS.
v.; f PTE FOR GENERAL WEAVER.
' The Democratic Electoral Ticket
Will be Withdrawn. .
Now-xjomesUhe news that the full
democratic electoral ticket of Oregon
: will be- withdrawn and the demo
ft crats throughout the state are in
rtructed to vote for Weaver. This
13 no we ot the- reopJo s party
i singly an - act of the demo-
id aa such we disclaim and
-decry the move, but as the People's
prt5.teas not consulted it must be
J. B. 'WT.AVKn. .
'! '" '': fTi ?. endured with the be8t of grace, but
.'.'' itcannot be paid that there has
. , been fusion. Nothing rf the kind
would b listened to by the People's
' ' party, who would have preferred to
" stand alone in this campaign.
However, this final action of the
.-. , democrats is the straw which breaks
.the republican's back in Oregon
- and that the state will be counted
' for Weaver is conceded by the mopt
The republican boast that every
"-: . Weaver-republican . will leave the
' ; . ; People's party. is all boh. All un
derstand the matter as the Mail has
( here set it forth and no "whipping"
method by republican papers and
- . . .politicians will avail.
Republicans ir the , South and
-. :v Democrats in the North. ;,
"That the . Republicans in' - the
South are keeping abreast of the
.Pemocrata iin the n6rthirithe-'fu8-1
ion, Dusinees is an opon secret as
the following will amply prove and
in the face of this it ill becomes the
republicans in the north and espec
ially in Oregon, to cry; out against
: . the order of thi ngs. The fol lowing
are only two instances out of a doz
en; ' . : ,-.;,.
"'- ' IN ARKANSAS.
Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 1. A
fusion between the people's party
and republicans of this state for
' presidential electors and congress
men has been completed. - '
. IN ALABAMA, ,.
Birmingham, Oct. . 31. Chris
7 "Magee, the Pennsylvanian, is here
and will remain until, after the
election. .His mission is to ' en
deavor to get the straight , republi
can ticket withdrawn, no as to unite
" all anti-democratic forces in sup
port of the fusion ticket put out by
tJie people's party.-. . "J,
Remember , the
rallies at Central
Point 4 Monday,
day and in Med
ford to-day, Fri
day.. The Great
Waldrop is doing
the orating and
big orowds are in
A Nation in Trouble.
Written for the Mail, Oct. STitb, 1KB,
A nation in trouble, in anguish and pain.
Fair Liberty's rocking her cradle uguin, .
Above it the starry old banner is spread.
The- nntls ot freedom ure faiardiUK its bed;
With violence keen their powers employ.
For a Herod is seeking its life to destroy.
It came in the stillness presaging a storm,
- In terrible uiifruish and labor 'twas born,
Tho anguish of poverty's hunjrrv moans.
That works for their bread and only Rets
'Back through the years to the sunny south-
We look through our tears for that brave.
Who laid down their lives that the slave might
To pluck the sweot fruit from Liberty's tree.
Brave boys of our country they sleep where
' they fell.
White stones, almost, countless, the sad
; - story tell.
From the north to the south, from the east to
Fair Liberty's guardlns the ptuco of their
Our fla,T at half mast hanfrs limp in the land.
And thus she makes moan to her lost fal
lal I band.
My boys. Oh : my brave boys, have ye ml died
' Kor the shackles ye loosed are all fastened
Oppression Is making the poor man moan.
Jtor mammon is king seated on his gold
Dear Father in heaven is this thy will;
Oh! hands on the dial of time stand still.
Forbid that this story should ever be told.
That freemen are selling their votes for gold ;
Ye men of this nation arouse ye today.
And with your tree ballot this golden king
Infinite God. thine assistance we crave.
To again loose the bands and our d?ar coun
Till then let our 9a? be at half mast hum?
And the bells in slow solemn tocos be rung:
Till then let all labor and happy song cease.
Until we have Justice and plenty and peace.
Galls Creek Items.
S. C LaurcDeo paid Medford a flyiug
visit auring- ine woeK.
Mrs. Prnnk Yocura has returned from
her visit to tho Willavnetlo.
Mr Williamson is new busily engaged
in the construetion.of his dwelling, A.
Colwell actio as head workman.
The construction of the ditch for the
Gold Hift flourtnjr mill is well under
war. ' Foreman Miles is the right man
in tae rignt place.
School is progressing nicely on the
ereelc with 2S names eurolled, 24 in
Father Starues will speak to the peo
ple at toe school bouse uext bundny at
3 o'clock prompt.
Mrs E. Soemache has returned to
the haunts of her youthful davs. Her
many friends extend to her a cordial
There has been and is now being a
very decided improvement made in
these parts during the Into suramer
and tail, Mr. Kussell and J. id. Storey
having built tbem each, a fine cottao
while quite a lot af fencing is being
done, which denotes thrift and enter
We understood the new ledges found
during the season, still . yisld an
abundance of the precious metal.
Ben Havmond, our merchant at Rock
Point, was united in wedlock to MLss
Rosa Morris of Foots creek, last Wed
nesday. at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Haymoud have
our best wish for a long and nappy life.
All persons wishing to obtain the
best variety of blackberries, black
or red raspberries, strawberries and
goose berries, will do well to call on or
order from J. rl. btorey of Kock foint.
State or Ohio, City ok Toledo, )
Lucas County. ( '
Fkask J. CHENEY makes oath that
be is the senior partner of tho firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co.. doing business in
the city of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and that said nrm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my nresence, this Oth day of December,
A.D. 1836. . . ..
A. W. GLEASOy,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and rau
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
E"Sold by Druggists, 75c.
The following . letter explains itself
and perhaps wiil be of interest to some
of our readers: . - ,
Independence, Mo., Oct. 20th, 1892. )
Office of the Galloway Braeders' As'sn. f
To Mr. G. W. Galloway, Medford, Or.
Dear Sir: It is the expression of a
number of stock-holders and breeders
that this Association should collect
Galloway hides, and have same made
into Robes, Coats. Gloves,' &c, for ex
hibition at the World's Fair during
1893. This question will be up before
the meeting November 22nd, and we
would be pleased to hear from each and
every stockholder on this subject. Your
presence will add greatly to this as
well as other matters that may come up.
Should you fail to be present, your
written instructions will be carefnllv
carried out, if given to soma one who
will be present. Yours Truly.
. . , L; P. Muir, Sec'y.
P. S. If you have hides that are No.
1 advise the. Secretary, or those to
whom you entrust your proxy,
A Million friends.
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
and not less .than' one million people
nave lound just sucn a mena - in nr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
coughs and colds. If you have never
used this great cough medicine, one
trial will, convince you that it has won
derful curative Dowers in all diseases
of throat, chest and lungs.' Each bot
tle is guaranteed to do all that is claim
ed or money will be refunded. Trial
ootties tree at u. H. l Haskins' drug
I ctore. larfii holt.lpa'MVi anA ai nn i r
PREjniDJH i LIST
of the :
Jackson county Agri'i. Assn." Fair.
DIVISION A, CLASS 1. HOR
SES OF ALL WORK.
A E Crance, Central Point, mare colt. I yr and
over. 2d nrom .
over, 2d prom
J H Downing, Central Point, mare, 2 yrs and
over. 1st urem
Nolson- Grtrasley, Central Point, mar
suoKing colt, 4 yrs and over, 1st prom
A J Daily, Eagle Point, mare Willi colt, 7 yrs
and over. 2nd prem
Wm T Constant, CvnlrU Point, mare, 3 yr and
over, 1st prem
Samuel Furry, Phoenix, stallion, 4 yrs and over
David Penulncer, Tolo, mare, 4 yrs and over,
C C McClendon. Sams Valley, I stallion, and 3
coiis. iwi prem
R K Sut .on, Ashland, stallion, 2 yrs and over,
Mary E Curry. Table Rock, mure, 4 yrs and
utvr, unm prvai .
George A Jackson, Beagle, stallion, 4 yrs and
over. 2nd prem
George A Jackson, Beagle, maro. 4 yrs and over
CLASS 2. DRAFT HORSES.
J W Merrltt. Con'l Pt, stallion, 4 yrs and over.
W E Nickolson, -Med'td, mare, 3 yrs and over,
A J Daley, Eagle Pt, stallion, 3 yrs and over, 1st
il iiaitlry. Jacksonville, brown mare with colt,
4 yrs and over. 2nd nrem
W K Price, Tolo, brood maro with colt, 4 yrs
and over. 1st prem ,
David Penninger, Tolo, mare, 2 yrs and over
- ist prem
CLASS S. ROADSTERS
J S Griffsby, Cen'l Pu boy stallion, 3 ym and
over 1st prem
O M Gruinger, Ashlarwl, fair roa (Inters, 1st prem
joun ueuiuger, .mou iu, Rviumg, ayr&tuia over,
K C iiovnton. Grants Pass, stallion, 3 yrs and
over' 11 u prrm
DIVISION A. CLASS 4. STAN
DARD BRED. . :
C W Kahler. Jacksonville, alaUion, 4 yrs and
over. 1st Drem
F W Van Dyke. Grants Pass, stallion, 3 yrs and
over. 2nd urvtn
James McDonnouRh. Tolo, more. 4 yrs and over.
F W VanDyke. Grants Pass, gelding, 3 yrs and
over. 1st pre tii
A J Stroucker Grant Pass, mare, 3 yrs and
over. 1st prem
James McDoniyL Tnj, horse colt, 9 yr and
under. 11 ptvuiV'
James XlcDouough, Tolo, horse colt, I yr and
CLASS 5. FARM HORSES.
J M Samuels. Central Pt, farm team, mare and
norse, xna prem
'W U Kfncaid. central Pt, farm team, horses.
Tyson Beall, Central Pt, mare male. I! prem
J F Gregory, " roan mule, 2nd prem
JACKS AND JENNIES.
R WesiroD. Tolo, inaltoe lacK. It nrem
M Hon Icy. Jackson vUJe, malioar jack,3ud prem
CLASS 6. THOROUGHBREDS.
C C McClendon. Sams Valley, stallion, 4 yrs and
over, isi prem
N K Berry, Central Pt, stallkm. 4 yrs and over,
DIVISION B. CLASS l.-SHORT
M II an ley, Jacksonville, heifer, under 3 yrs old
U K Aketiy, Jacksonville, bull, 3 yrs and
over. l-t prem
Wm Hanlcy. Jmcisonvillo. bull, 3 yrs old and
over, sou prem
DIVISION B.-CLASS 2. HERE
M Hanlcy, JackunviUc. one cow In milk. 1st
M Hanlcy, Jacksonville, one hc'.fer under 3 yrs
ota. iMi prem
CLASS 6. POLLEN ANGUS,
J A Cochran. Central Pt, one cow in milk. 2nd
CLASS 7. GRADES
Tyson Beall, Central Pt, bull calf, under I yr.
TyMia Beall, Central Pt, cow, 8 yrs and over,
W B Klncaiu, Central Pt, cow, 9 yrs and over.
J A Cochran, Central Pt, calf under I yr, 1st
V m Manley, Jacksonville, steer. 3 yrs and over
eniereu lur noooa, blue notion airaraed
DIVISION B. CLASS 9. GAL
LOWAYS. E P Pickens, Table Rock, bull, S yrs old and
over. 1st prem
J A Cochran, Central It, heifer calf, under 1 yr,
DIVISION C.-CLASS l.-SIIEEP
. & GOATS.
Georfre A Jackson. Beagle, 3 vpanUh merino
bucko. 1st Drein
George A Jackwm, Beagle, 3 Spanish merino
cS tat, prem
m Hanlcy. Jacksonville, I mutton ram, 1 yr
and over. 2nd prem
Wm Penninger, Tolo, 1 muttoa ram. I yr and
over, 1st prem
Wm Penninger. Tolo, 1 mutton ewe, I yr and
over. 1st prem
D Penninger, Tolo, 1 mutton ewe, 1 yr and over,
B Obenchaln. Central Pt. mutton and wool
sheep, 1 yr and over, 2nd prem
DIVISION D.-CLASS l.-SWINE
Georpe A Jackson, Beagle, litter of ? pigs 1st
CLASS 2. POLAND CHINA.
Tyson Beall, Central Pt, sow, 9 yrs and over,
R V BeaU.Central Pt. boar under I yr. 2nd prem
W E Nickolson, Medford. boar, 1 yr and over,
Tyson Beall, Central Pt, boar. I yr and over,
- 2nd prem
Geo. A Jackson, Beagle, boar, 1 yr and under,
CLASS 4. POULTRY. CHICK
J H Downing. Central Pt, 2 white leghorns, and
P W Olwell, Central Pt, 3 brown leghorns, 1st
Mrs. R M McDonough, Tolo, 2 Plymouth rocks,
Uelvn M Howe, Tolo, 2 Plymouth rocks, 1st prem
Frank Olwell, Central Pt, 9 lack punish, 1st
Leon Haskins. Medford, trio rose combed ban
tams, 2nd prom
CLASS 5. TURKEYS.
M A Grigsby, Central Pt, 1 pr bronze turkey's,
P W Olwell, Cenfl Pt, 1 pr bl'k turkeys 2d prem
" " . i pr state " 2d '
CLASS 6. DUCKS.
W T Leever, Central Pt. 3 best ducks, 1st prom
G W Crystal, Medlord, 2 best ducks, 2nd prem
DIVISION E. CLASS 1. FARM
E F Nichols, Tble R'ck, com'on stock, 2d prem
B F Miller, Gold Hill, display corn, 1st prem
F J Downing, Cent'l Pt, 1 bu sido outs. 2d prem
P W Olwell, Cent'l Pt, 2 bu sbl'd corn, 1st prom
Mrs. C H Ereanbrack, central Pt, 1 peck pop
corn, 2nd prem
Mrs. c a arcanbrack, central Ft, variety garden
seeds, 1st prem
E B Hunaackor, Tablo Rock, 1 pk pop corn, 1st
w K Price, Tolo, spring wheat, 1st prem
A E crance. Central pt, winter barley, 2d yrem
Mrs a Bostwick, Ashland, display hops, lit prem
W T Leever, central pt, winter barley, ist prem
C P Pickens, Tablo Rook, "
side oats, "
o w crystal, Medford, sweet corn, 1st prom
R V Beall, Central Pt, Australian wheat, 2d prem
A Simons, central point, display corn, 2d prem
-....., CLASS 2. SEEDS.
G W Crystal, Medford, white beans, 2nd prem
Mrs. C H Ereanbrack, Ccntrnl Pt, sample peas,
Mrs J H Russell. Ashl'nd. white beans, 1st prem
G W Crystal, Medf d, pcua, 1st prem
DIVISION F. CLASS 1. ORE
Mrs P J Downing, Central Pt, home made soap
ist Drem i
Mrs DeGroot. Medfd, home made oundy, 1st pr'm
Bonn. 2na nrm
Mrs L R Downing, cent'l Pt. 10 lbs lurd, 2d pr'm
Mrs V Benll, Ccntrnl Point lard 10 lbs-ist prem.
MrG H Haskins, Medford, honey exhibit iid
! Hugh Elliott, Jacksonville; blacksmlUi oxhlblt
DIV. , G, CLASS 1 DAIRY
, BUTTER. :.
MrsR J Cameron, J-vlllo-tliilry butter-rod prom
.Mrs tf Hull, Spiknurd duiry butler-lst prem
DIV. : H, WOLLEN ; MAX F.
Mrs R T ljnvton, Jlcdfunl iO yds rag capct 2nd
MrsK Fish, Central Ft 10 yds rag carpet-ist
MrsAbeCmbtrce.Clold Hill rng rug-ist prem
Mrs s Furry, Pheonix rag rug-2u prunt
DIV. , CLASS 1 DOMESTIC
MrtG H Haskins. Med fori!-brut assortment
Ciltwupind prem, jellies znu prem. pruservvs
Mt prem, fruit butlers 1st pruiu, and piccollilli
L O Dououglmc, Ashlund best display wine
Mrs DeGroot, Medford best assortment catsup
Mrs U K Downing, Central Tolnt best assort
ment preserves, 2d prem
Mrs H Kcnney, Jacksonville best coda biscuit,
Mrs( 11 Ercanbroak. Centrnl liot liest as
sortracnl pickles, 1st prem; best Oksortuiunt
cake, 1st prem
Emli Bute, Jacksonville, best display wines ist
Mrs j II Russell, Ashland, yeast bread ist prem;
domestic canned fruit, 3d prem
Mrs WJ Plymaic, Jacksonville, best soda bis
cuit Ist prem
Mrs K j Cameron, Jacksonville, suit rising
bread ist prem
Idu lltlr, Enelc Point, fruit butters 2d prem
Mrs Geo A Jackson, Ueagle, canned berries Ist
Mr U W Crystal, Medford, best Kssortincnt
jelly ist prvm
ilrs RT Lawion, Medford, salt rising bread
Mrs W H Gilbert, Ashland, yeast bread jd
DIV. J, CLASS 1 MILLINERY.
Mrs T A Vfillsni. Ashland, bust assortntcut
millinery ttl prem
CLASS 2 HANDSEWING.
Mrs J Ganiard.' Ashland, white quilt ist prem;
silk niilt patchwork 2d prem
Mrs O Donuuhue, Ashland, button pa-.ebwork
Mrs McKlssick, Medford, licmstitchin: 2d
Mrs K:u Sims, Central IViint, bed spread out
line ist prem
Mrs c V HolTlnan, Jacksonville, chemise liand
made 2d prem
Mrs H Kcailey, Jacksonville, drawers Til prem
Mrs C LHuusakcr, Tnble Rock, pillow sliams,
outline i prem
Mrs K M Deniilseu. Medford, nightdress id
prem: chemise ist prem
mrs 11 myers. Sams Valley, patch work quilt.
mrs S r Jones. J'ksn'ville, liaen chomise, hand
sewing, 1st prem
mrs II c myer. Ashland. hemstitehing.JI.it prem
mrs V K utckenson. Sum Valley, patchwork
quilt, 1st prem
mrs B lleacn, Ashland, night dress. Ist prem ; la
dies skirt, 1st prem
miss celia Brown. Eagle Pt. craiy silk patchw'rk
quill, 1st pram
DIVISION J, CLASS 4 EM
BROIDERY. Mrs James Guy, Central Paint, toilet net,
applique 3d prem; chair bolster,wontted cm.
Jit-uJoMe Orth, Jnrkonvlllc, utblc cover silk
em. sd nrvin
Ur K K lrum, Jacksonville, tray cloth out
line ist prem; tidy uutltne ist prem
MiiM Mary Piynudc, JackaoaTtlle, luble cover
silk tml prem
Kaunic liakius, uedtord, splaslier appli
que ist prem
Mrs E m lenntscvn, Medford. table cover out
line tst ocd rd prem
Hrs J Lcarh. Atilund. best exhibit Uce ad
prem; sham towel it prem
li C atcyi-rv Ashland, bureau acarf 14
prem; iui- skirt 1st prciu wpron drum
wrk ist prem
Mrs Ki H husk ins. Medford. toilet cushion xt
prem : foot rea. em. tma prem: canvas Udy.
table cover, outline, ud prem; 9 bum WoU
outline, tad prem
MUs K K Geary, mcUford: apron drum em-2nd
Mrs Kuth PUh. cent! Pt. best ex lace, 1st prem
urn L, A MUUap, AhlM, foot real, worsted em.
Mr T L. Kult, Ashl'd, splasher, outline. 2nd
misW H Gilbert, Ashl'd. pillow shams, em. Ist
Mrs w II Gilbert, Ash. cm. lambreqcs, 3d prem
Mrs W S Baruum, Mcif d, sofa cush'o. Im. prem
U!lol " 9d prem
Mrs J c Barrett. Ahl'd. crochet tidy, 1st prem
" drum work. I hi prem
Mrs J Ganiard, Ashl'd. Infants robe, 9nd prvm:
Infant Tkirt, IM prem; chatr bolster. It prm
Mrs J L Napler.Grn:s Pas&,ptanoeovr Jt prm
mrs H cmcyer. Ashl'd, best bacdk'ch'f i.-ipnru
mrs mamie Wu.ters; medfd. best tidy, fed
prem: sofa euhl jo. drtd prem'.
mrs U B wb. lemon, medi'd. raised worsted w'rk
tfU pi em
miss Ktla xusani Jacksonville, tray cloth, em.
mm F in .'Irtnale: medfd. turkUh rcj . Is: prm
mrs H m Uala, Grants I'as. turklsh rug. po
Class 5. crochet TattiDg- and KniUht.
mrs E m Tycnnlson tccdrd. crochet tidy, 3d prm
mrs Kuth Kish. central rt. knit tidy, lt pi.-u:
pillow slips, tuitedce. Is, prvm; (iiiy. worri
ed kalt, leu pn m ; aoTs piiiov sho, kuil jed
mrs T H Gilbert, Ashl'nd. silk mltte&s, knit.
1st prem; pillow slip, knit edpe. c0 prem
Division J. Ca3 5. -crochet, Taltin
mrs J c Barrett, Ashl'd. crochet lace. Im prem
mrs L. lownio(. central Pt. cb'idr'n st'ek'ns
mrs James Gay. central Pt, tidy, worsted cro
chet, 1st prvm
mrs J Leach. AhV. f its scarf; crochet, ttd
prem: childs apioa, tuit, ist prem
mrs J c mccullc y, j Ks'nvllle, kutt lace, &1 prem
Division K. class 1 .Apples,
m r curry. Table I lock, blue peorm&in. ski prem
yellow bell flower, Sud prem
Thos, Gtlson. Sterling, roxbury rusct. 1st prm ;
bi.idwtn.Isi pn-m; ben davto, 1st prm; g.urm
muodt. tnd prem
John Gilson. central Pt. best exhibit sprles.Snd
prem ; best four named varieties, aut o prm
TH GUftoo.HierMGK. wine saps. Ist prem
Olire crump. Jucks urilie, ftravenstttins. 9d prm
mrs K J cameron. Unioniown, collect ten crab
apples. I1 prem
c clinehammer. medrd. smith cider. Snd prctn
1U cameron L'ulontown. best exhibit apples,
1st prem: be?t (our.unme! variellps. autumn,
Ist prem: best four named varieties, winter,
1st prem; best blue pcaruinin. 1st prem; best
king of t oa:pklns co. 1st prr m
R m mcDonouch, Jacktonvillc. bell flower. 1st
prem : full pippin. Snd prem
R J cameron, Unioniown .roxbury russet Sd prm
Clues 2. Pens.
W T Leever. central Pt, stchel pears, and prem
G a Jackson, Beagle, Ren'l exb'bil dr'd fruit,
T A Gilson. Sterling, siehel pears Ist prem
W RDiokcnson Table Kock. winter ucllis, 9nd
T A Gilson. Sterling, clapp favorite. Snd prem:
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
When you buy goods and don't forget to buy your
Glassware and canned goods
ut Ui o grocery of , ' : ; .
winter nellts, Int prem
A H curson, Grunts pass, ex'bit prunes, 1st prm
mm K J Cameron .Unlontown.buerreeoster Ist
prom ; vicar of wnkefleld. 1st prem
in HelllDfrer, Juvksonvillo, collection of tour-
enes. 1st prem
Weeks & Orrtmedrd,Kenl ex. d. fruit ad prem
E K W'hlteuiuu, Woouvtlle:cleC,fav'ilef Ist prem
Class 3. Orapes.
P Sutton , modf'd, best ex. (rraiics 2nd prem
W TUrirna. mcdl'd sweelwulera 1st prem im
proved, mission, and prem
G Nuytor.medf'd, improveiOniwHlon Ist prem
Weeks Si Orr flame tokay, 2nd prem : violet rose
PMrlit. Jacksonville, rose of pcru, 2nd prem;
royal muscadine, 1st prem
W T Leever Central Pi. iksnbella, 2nd prem
c D Ucedf Jacksonville, bestgu'lex'bt 1st prem
.Hume lokuy, Iwtprcm
Clusa 4. Prunes and Plums.
linger, JuckHouvillc best prunes, Ist prem
:t& Orr. medfd, ilall'n prunes. 1st prem:
p.'iiui ue anwen, xuu rrem j
W T Leever, central pt, purplo (rauge plum, 1st
prrm: prtitotleapgtn, 1st prem
weeks &Orr( medfd. silver prunes Ist prem
Class 5. Peaches.
O A Jackson Be.iffle; single variety peai hcs 2nd
prr:in ; white cI'k Im prem ; Indian cl'g IM prm ;
cox cllnt; li prem
I N Hht.k Ashl d : best slnule variety Ist prem
E E V ha eman Woodville; old ruixon cling 2nd
Division L. Class 1. Vegetables.
F Sutter medfd . sugar beets 1st prem : parsnips
2nd prem : rutabagas 1st prem
Acpurkurcentrul Pt; 3 tfpecimens beets 1st
Irem;manKUl wurxul 2nd prem; white sugar
mrs PGutfuoldAhhrd:ezhlbit carrot Ist irrem;
pnrsnips Ist prem: tomatoes Ist prem
G W crystal mi Oford: cabbage 2tid prem: table
beets 2d prem ; best s weel potatoes 1st prem ;
tomatoes 2nd prem
cuarlua A'lUlam Aslilaud; yellow damns onions
mrs A lean central Pt. sweet potatoes -nil prem
J Da.wen,Tftletn,cubbagc exhibit Ist prem
t Nsvlor. medfoid, Urel stmuyh 2d prem
m E Vurry, Table Rock, sweet pumpkin Ist
J Gnniard. A'hlnnd. late potatxes 1st prc-m
K U liuusaker, Table Keck, mangle wurztil It
prem; exhibit potatoes 2d prem; pumpkin.
two ec lut preia
Frank Olwell, Central Point, two specimens 3d
W It Ulckensoo, Table Rock, exh Iblt squashes
mrs k J Cameron, Vniontowu, exhibit cabboices
C W Rubier. jaekonvtIle. carrots ad prem
8 K iiatliuway, llrydcu, red wlherfield
on inns sd prem -F
Sutler, medford, largest exhibct vtctnble
mrs A lean. Tola, best doxcu quinces 1st
uv.tcxle miller. Gold Mill, dozen quince
Go A Jackm, Bcsgle. bet dozen Water
melon 11 prem: cas.Mils Ist prem
W R Urekers;n,' Central Pant, dozen water
l ue k -u ad prem
Division M, Class 1 Flowers,
L A Sntter. mcdftird. best ex cut flowers 3d
prem; ex rors 14 prciu
Sarah ianisrd, Ashland, exhibit dahlias -d
Jobn mlUcr, jucsmville, chrysanthemums ad
Nora sydon. Central pidnt. wrbenas ad prera;
pelunLa In prem; ux drum men di 2rl prem
mrs It T IjaUion. medford, bet duphty cut
liters 11 prem
mrs it C niver, Asliland. pnlc2d prcnt
nir R T La warn, medford, exhibit dahlias Ist
mrs G 11 napkins, medford, roses 2d rem;
raroniitiims 2d prem
Division M, Class 2 cut Flowers. L
Anna Shipley, ftams Valley, dish cut flowers
mrs J Uay, Central Point, dried grosses ad
mrs II C meyer, Ashland, dated rrrnse 1st
prem; Horal dcsu;n ad prem; pair hand bo-
quct-- ad prem
mrsj Learh. Ashland, everlasting Cowers ad
prem: floral detigu 1st prem
Olive Crump, Jacksonville, cut Aowers 2d prem
mrs I T Lawlon, me-lJord, hand boaaeU 1st
tuvrlle Law ton, medford, arlor boquets 1st
mrs John Ivlwards, medford, pair parlor bo
quets 2d prem
class 3, Pot plants
Mrs K J Wright, Ceutrt Pt, hanging basket
with pant. 1st prem:
nury I owning, Ceutral Taint rose geranium 1
Anna aliiploe. sams Valley, double geranium,
it prem; f"lme beranio: 2d prem: single
geranium ad prem: roe geranium ad prem;
climbing plant sd prem
Pcra Gall, smius Volley, stiver leaf geraaiiun.
L E Uownin;, Centrrt Point, cUmbmg plant;
John nailer, mekvonvllle, brt exhibit p-t
plants K prem.gTMniums2d prem c!ens2d
prem: dMe ;rraniutn 2-1 prem; ftowerinc be-
coaia JJ4 prem; ucm single ocs a imm;
best single fusbias 2d prem; single pot piaul
Roe Itippcv. Central Point, best fushia Ist prm
K Hrttt. jackoiivillc. best ferns. 3d prciu
W T I-cever, Ceutral Point, best cactus, 2d
I H ttarrcy. Central Point, single geranium
tt prem: nrrer:ng bcrums 1st prem
Kttle Six. CealnU Pouit, cactus 1st prem;
Milage begonta 2d prem
m s Welsh. t.Vntrol Point, single pot plant 24
mrs H h trakms. metlford. nbutiloa 2t prem:
sMeer kuf geranium 2d jceni; hehtrope d
Division X. C.ass 1 Works of Art,
mrs w s Baron in. medford, crnim portrait 1st
and 2d prrm: portrait in oil 2d prem; nat
ural history in oil 11 prem
Johu K uunvjr, central Point, natural his
tory in otl d prrm
noll e millten, Ashland, natural history - Ist
mra J H Russell, Ash!and. lnndscajie in oil
mrs Charles wolters, medford, landscape in
od 9d in em
mrs K Stanley cenaral Point; penmanship
maad rcftnbrack."cjentral Point, pastel 2d
prem; pastel drawing Ist prem
m K Kigby, medford. penmanship Ist prem:
penmanship drawing d prem; pencil
sketch frrm nature 1st and 3d prem
Division O. claxs 1- Oregon Woods.
John Ramuin, mctlford, Oregru wood 2d prem
iu(ic uenu. ceiunu romi, miners li m prem;
limestone 1st prem
mrs j II Russell. Ashland, building; stone Ist
mrs fallie Ashwotth, centra Point Oregon
wood Ist prem; mineral ctdleetion 2d prem
Division O. class 2. Nuts.
mrs K Fish central Pt : best display almonds 2d
J W Ingram central Pt; best display almonds
mrs R m me Donough Central Pt; best display
walnuts Jnt prem
mrs R J Cameron Cnlontown; best collection
nuts Ist prem
. . A GRAND PRIZE . .
BIBLE COMPETITION !
Two Thousand Dollars in Prizes will
be Equitably Distributed. J
READ OT7R PLAIT. '
For several years past competitions of an Instructive order have been offered ky reputable
business houses and manufacturers In England with the object of Increasing their sales and
interesting their customers In their respective goods. These contests, on account of the nn
questioned fulrncss displayed in conducting tnem. have, interested the best people of Graat
Urltuin. Believing that competitions offered by a manufacturing concern such as oars, and
conducted in the same honorable manner, would excite universal interest nmpg the intelligent
people of the United States and Canada, our Company have decided teoffer a Prize Competition,
n which our first effort will be to make it STaicn.v rxm aid impartial. The Intention is to
satisfy everyone entering this competition that they have been duly credited with the position
which their efforts have earned for them. We are sure that this clwu of prize contest will re
ceive the approval of parents and all those having the instruction of young at heart. Tbe prizes)
to be awarded in this competition will consist entirely of articles or Eurncrxsrr yaI-CC to ba
appreciated by every person receiving one as a fair reward for the efforts pnt forth by tham.
Our intention is to divide the amount to be given away in prizes, varying in value from eight
dollars to one hundred dollars each, and we enter into an tio.NOABt.E agrecvest with thoaw
entering this competition to disburse fairly TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS In prizes.
AWARD OF PHIZES. Ten of the leading ministers of our city will be in
vited to attend and assist in the award of prizes.
PRIZE BIBLE COMPETITION.
We will pay One Huxdhed Doll a it in cash to the first person who cor
rectly answers the following- questions: Where in the Bible do tbe toUowinc
three words first appear: 1, H.UN": 2, Bread: 2. MiLK. The second person
answeriug correctly will receive Seventy-five Dollars in cah. The third
person sending' correct answer will receive Fifty Dollars iivc&sh. The next
ton will each receive an elegant Coin Silver (hunting cas:) Watch. The
next ten will each receive an elegant Silk Duess pattern (sixteen yards in
any color). The next U-n will EACH receive a first-class pairof Opera GLASSES.
LAST PRIZES. The thirty-three persons sending the thirty-three cor
rect auswers which are received LAST will receive duplicates of the prizes that
are awvrdcd for the first thirty-three correct answers, the last correct answer
receiving the OneHundrod Dollars, the next to the last the Seventy-five Dol
lars, and so on until the thirty-three prizes for the last thirty-three correct
answers have been awarded.
SPECIAL PRIZES. A prize consisting of an elegant Lady's or Gentle
men's Watch will be given to tbe person sending tbe first correct answer which
is tho first received from their State or Province.
Answers must be accompanied with fifteen United States two-cent postage
stamps for oue acknge of Peaulifoam, which is the latest scientific discovery
for cleansing and preserving the teeth. Our object is to introduce and attract
attention to Peaklifoam, which is the only preparation whose manufacturer
are willing to offer a reward of Five Hundred Dollars to any dentist who can
show that it contains anything injurious to tbe teeth. A mouthful of pearly
white teeth is the sure result of its constant use. It is recommended by tho
leaders of the dental profession everywhere: ask your dentist what he thinks of
iU Pearlifoam is sent by mail, postpaid, and free from customs duty.
Be sure and sexd your answers to-day. Yoc may receive a valu
able prize roR yocr trouble. Address:
EXQUISITE TOILET MFG- CO.
170 Y0SGK STREET, TOR0XTO, CANADA.
-: ARTIFICIAL ice:-
THE SOUTHERN OREGON
Braving,- Ice and Cold -Storage Company,-
OF MEDFORD, ORE.
Toe delivered in small and large quantities for ONE CENT A
POUND. Wagons will deliver ice daily in Medford. Taisdays, Thurs
day and Saturdavs in Jacksonville and Central . Point. Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays in Ashland.
Eagle Roller Miils
- FULL, ROLLER PROCESS.
Is Best of Flour, Errabam, to Meal,
and Chopped Feed of All Kinds.
AT LOWEST CASH PRICES.
rWheat Exchanged at all times on best terms possible.
C. FARXHAM, Ashland, Ore.
MTFGHELL-LEWIS & STAYER CO.,
ffiachinery and Vehieles,
mitGixBH Farm & Ssring Waps, sages, Carnages
Carts, Harness, &c. Canton. Gang, Blazk Land, Clipper and Hi
side Plows. J. I. Case Gang and Clipper Plows. Gale and Bis
sell Chilled Plows. Canton & Case Leaver Harrows. A full line
of Machinery of the latest improvements constantly kept on hand.
CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION.
MITCHELL LEWIS & STAYER CO..
D. T. LAWTON. M'r Medford Branch.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Olf.ee at RoMburgr, Or,
.... .., Sept. jS.lS.ij.
Notice I hereby gixm that tho iollowine
naiucdacttler has filed notice of his Inleutkui
to make tliial proof iu support of his claim, and
that said nroof will be nincte before the judge
or county ch-rk of of Jackson county, Oregou.
at Jacksonville, OroKou.on Saturday November
i2th, i92, vtz: Homestead fcntry no. 4799, 01
William J. Rodfera, lor the KH of N Wand
N WViofN WW sec. rj, aud S K.1 J of S V Ji sec.
tft. Tp as S, R a W.
He names ire following wltuejtsci to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
ot, said land, vie Israel Harris of Sam's Val-
liii.lc.n munlv Otfifnn ' VilH.m P. T.tn.
vlllo.of Sam's Valley, Jackson county, Oregon, i
lico. k. aiyers, ox xtcugie , jucksoti ccuint
ty, Oregon. Geo. W. Smith, of ; lieae'e. 1
Jack?oncouutyOrcgco. " i
i Jolts Jl. Suvrn, Rcl!itet..
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Ornca. -
Koseburx. Ore., Sept. 30. IMS. f
Notice Is hereby iciren that the following
named srtUer has Died nothie of his intention
to make tlual proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the judge,
or clerk o! the county court, ot Jackson couuty
Orecon. at Jacksonville. Or., on Saturday,
November 19. 1&&.tIz: Wm. Churchman, home
stead entry No. 5TV3. for the southeast quarter
tVNK4, Ni, of SE'-i aud NEM of SWJi
of seaiion IV. township $7 south, ranee I east.
He names the following- wittnessea to pror
bis coaiiuuous residence upon and culti ration
of. said land, vis r
Uoore Churchiaan and Justin Morton oT
Phoeuix, Kdwurd Coorchman of Ashland and.
Jsntos Jones of MMIord, alt ot Jackson counts
t. 'JOHS H. Sbtjpk, RsUtc.r.