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The reports of various Road Supervisors were * HOOVE RIVER VALLEY AND CO ABT I
i F irf . D epartment .—A paper was this week
DR. MINTIES NEPHRETICUM
NARROW UAVOE R. R.
this week considered by the County Commis-
circulate»! in town for members of a fire depart
’ Beekman, Turner & Co. w ill soon test the ment and received several signatures. An or D h . M intie ' k N j : piiheticum works won
' sinners’ Court. All did not rejiort.
recently-awakened interest in the quality of their mining ground on Rogue river ganization will soon be attempted. It is the ders. In all cases of Dropsy, Bright’s Dis-
JAXVARY 10, 1879.
Deeds, notes. Justice’s and all other blanks
Little sickness prevailing at present.
eas©, Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Com
project for a narrow gauge railroad from Rogue by sinking shafts.
i intention to rig up the hook and ladder truck, plaints. or lieteiiiimi of Urine, sre cured by
hand or promptly printed to order at the
(Ktr job-work gives general satisfaction.
River Valley to tide water at or near Ellens
tiie Nepbreticuin. Female Weakness, Gmv-
F arm S old .—Henry’ Noland, of Butte creek,
j The Blue Gravel Company of Galice creek now on hand, at first ami add to the appara el,
T imes office at very reasonable rates.
Dialictes, pa;n in the back, side and
has sold his farm of 160 acres to J. W. Simp
H. M. Thatcher and Miss Katie Pearson re ville, on Saturday, Jan. 4th, a large number of has levied an assessment of six cents per share, tus as circumstances will permit. The fire loin are cured when all other medicine«
son for $800.
i The narrow-gauge enterprise is under way.
fund, held in trust by the Board of Trustees, have failed.
turned to Linkville on Sunday last, after a prominent and influential projierty-holders to payable at Portland en the first of February.
See^ what the druggists of Portland «nd
A case of scan. mag. is reported from Butte brief but pleasant visit in our midst.
Frank Ennis returned from Galice creek amounts to nearly $900—almost enough to pur San Francisco -ay about Dr. Mintie’« Ns-
confer as to the feasibility of the scheme and
F rom S aef . m .—Robt. A. Miller returned
chase a second-class hand engine. The prob piiretictini and English Itamlelion Pill«;
The New Year's ball given for the benefit of the liest methods for its accomplishment. this week. He reports everything frozen hard
"Wednesday from a protracted visit to the Wil i
W« have sold a large amount of Dr. Min-
of procuring a supply of water is unfortu
I A social party occurred at \\ alilo on the Applegate school district was much of a Many of our most substantial merchants and in that region and mining operations as sus
tie's medicines: The English Dandeli'u
Pills; also the famed Nepbiejcuni, and iu
farmers, representing nearly every precinct, pended.
success. Nearly ?200 were realized.
case« highly recommended:
P omona D inner .—The members of Jack
The Silver creek mines are still an attraction
Jacksonville is promised plenty of annue-
Comparatively a small area of grain has l>een were present, and all of them had something to
John A. Childs, Druggist, Second street,
sonville Grange No. 8-8, P. of H., partook of a ments this Winter.
in Josephine county. N. Delamater started a
put in to this date and the farmer is as yet say in futherance of the enterprise.
conflagration, ami the move made to organize
sumptuous dinner at the residence of Col. J.
(’. IL Woodward A Co., Druggists, corner
The thermometer has been down to still unable to proceed with his work.
one should be encouraged.
Fiist and Abler si reel«. Portland.
N. T. Miller, I». I). G. M., on Saturday last. zero in I^ike county.
the election of E. K. Anderson, Chairman, and the forepart of this week.
Messrs. Abrams A Carroll, wholesale
A petition for a post office at Gearheart’s,
Geo. E. Strong, Secretary.
Nos. 3and 5 Front street, 8. F.
C ai . l and S ee U s .—This l>eing the first of
Two inches of snow fell on Big Butte the lat- Sprague river valley, has been sent on to
We regard the Ni’phreiicum as the beat
the year, we are sending out statements of ac ter part of last week.
. Washington. It ought to be successful.
Kidney and Bladder remedy before th«
plained the purpose of the call. He gave an work as soon as there is a thaw-out in the office since our last report:
Al! di Uirglsta keep them.
count. Having a large number of bills to set
Wm. Patterson, formerly of Big Butte and interesting suniinary of his observations on the mountai is to furnish a supply of water.
Several communications are laid over this
i Govan High and wife to J. N. Casebeer, 60
For all derangements of the Liver,
tle ourselves, we hope that those indebted will week, for lack of space.
more recently engaged in the lumber business construction and operation of the Dayton and
Use Dr. Mintie’s English Dandelion Pilis.
The weather has been colder in the northern acres in Eden precinct. Consideration, $389.
For Biliousness ami Dyspepsia,
Robt. Allen, the clairvoyant and pedestrian,
Sheridan narrow gauge road in YanihiH county,
John R. Helman and wife to McCall A Use Dr. Mintie’s English Dandelion Pills.
Oregonian-Pocahontas Tribe No. 1. Imp. 0. acquired by jiersonal inspection and interviews
For Fever ami .\gue.
Baum, parcel of laud in Ashland. Considera
R unaway .—R. C. Tavlor’s team started on w’as in town this week.
Use Dr. Mintie’s English Dandelion Pii ’s.
M., will give a grand ball on Washington s w ith Jos. Gaston, the first energetic worker in I of which the miners have been unable to do tion, $56 4L
Some of the societies in town have l>een re
a lively run up Oregon street on Wednesday
anything, although favored with considerable
Every family should not fail to keep ths
birthday. Further particulars hereafter.
that enterprise, and its present President. Mr.
John R. Helman and wife to M. Baum, par English Dandelion Pills on hand.
last,hut, the tugs being unfastened, the wagon ceiving several accessions.
I water at the beginning of the season.
Foudray gave details as to the cost of building
Dr. Mintie’s Remedies will not J‘Cttre all
cel of land in Ashland. Consideration, $125.
and horses soon parted company. The latter
John Bolt, the genial Applegate merchant, I Geo. F. Merriman has recently put up a new’
1 Never in the history of scientific mining have
Complaints,’’ but will give immediate relief
C. Chandler and wife to J. B. R. Hutchins, and perfect a cure in all eases, if taken ac-
Were shortly afterward captured, But little was in tow n on Wednesday.
other interesting and valuable statistics bear the mines of Southern Oregon been in better 40 acres in Ashland precinct. Consideration, cotdliig to directions, which they are reconi-
ing out a large amount of excellent work.
damage was done.
A spelling-bee is held at the Willow Springs
j shape for ojierations. Every miner is now
The Criterion, under the management of ing on the construction and workings of narrow I I ready ami his claim is rigged up with a view of $300.
D r . A. E. M intie A Co.—Gents: I vol
C ounty C ourt P roceedings . But little
U. S. patents to E. Emery and A. Vollmer unteer to sav your English Dandelion Pills
\\ ebb A McDaniel, is proving a popular re gauge roads and their relative merits as com doing the most work in the least time.
■was transacted at the January term of the
have been recorded.
sort. The best brands are obtained here.
equal ami even surpass all you claim
Johnson & Allison are putting their diggings I
which w ill be shortly presented to the com
County Court except hearing the report« of rejM.rted in a flourishing condition.
“trom my extierieni’e in their use.” Fancy
The New State Saloon has been embellished
S. F. W ool M arket .—The following are they hu ve no equal for Dyspepsia and Liver
ltoad Supervisors and apjMxnting their success
munities interested in cheap and speedy com ! on Kanaka Flat into good shape. They are
Ruth Rebekah Degree Lxlge will install its
with two elegant chromos from L. H. Nichols’
J. A. S trowbiudge ,
j now engaged in building areservoir, which will the latest wool quotations: Eastern Oregon, troubles.
ors. A full report of the proceedings will officers on Monday evening next.
munication with San Francisco.
assortment on exhibition at Geo. W. Elliott’s.
appear next week.
Brief addresses were made by Messrs. John enable them to run sometime longer than usu 14(818c.; Valley, 20(« 22c.
Portland, Sept. 17, 1878.
Taxes are coming in slowly. About $6,500
John Miller keeps the best stock of tirearms, E. Ross, Kahler, Beekman, Hopwood, .McCall al. A six-inch hydraulic pipe will be used.
D r . A. E. M intii : A C o .—Gents: I liav«
\\ hat is more to be desired by a young lady used your famed English Dandelion Pill«
N aughty .—Our Portland cotemporary, the have lteen collected to this date.
ammunition, etc., in Southern Oregon. Give anil Kent, after which Col. Ross moved the
Anderson A McCall, proprietors of the I>av- than a beautiful, clear complexion? She may tor torpid liver ami <lys|>epsia and can
“Standard," appropriates our review of the
Miss Dora Reames. of Eden, is at present him a call, if you desire anything in his line. adoption of the following resolution:
! enport mine near Ashland, are having several have wealth, education and all the accomplish freely say, they are the liest Pills I ever
mines of Southern Oregon without giving the visiting her friends in this place.
which will tit her to bean ornament to had. I can recommend thorn an a sure pre
We are under obligations to Jacksonville
Resolved—That a committee of five be ap hundred feet of pipe ami a little giant put in to ments
’; if she have a sallow countenance and ventive ami |M>siiive cure in ail case« of
T imes credit. The “Standard’’ is not in
The various schools re-opened on Monday Grange No. 88, P. of H., fora bountiful sup pointed to prepare a subscription paper to tie position. They will be prepared to operate on her face be covered with pimples, it will avail fever and ague. Truly’ yours,
the habit of doing such things, and Xve are last with a full attendance present.
plv of excellent cake and a bottle of choice presented to the citizens of Jackson county for an extensive scale as soon as there is sufficient but little. I.et her remove the cause of all
A mos P autkhkje , Contractor.
therefore inclined to excuse it this time.
Portland, (let. ft. 1878.
: this disfigurement by the use of I'r. se’s Hani
contributions towards defraying the expense of water.
Several ounces of cold-dust were shipped from wine.
D r . M ixite A Co. treat all Chronic and
I burg Tea, and our word for it she will soon
A glove was picked up near David Crone- a preliminary survey of the proposed road.
special Diseases w it h success. N<>. L’>5 Sec
The change in the weather is well received find her beauty fully restored.
A N eat S um .—The festival given on Waldo to San Francisco this week.
ond Street, corner Morrison, Portland.
Debate followed thereupon. J. S. Howard, by the miners, who were beginning to feel a
Christmas by the Presbyterian ladies of Ash
Isaac Cox is announced to exhibit himself at miller's blacksmith-shop last Monday, which
the owner can recover by calling at the T imes
little discouraged over the prosjiects of an un
land in the church at that place, was a finan Yreka this and to-morrow evenings.
such survey at about $3,000.
mining season. Should the storms WILSON — RUMMELL —On Antelope,
cial success as well as a very pleasant .affair so
Jas. Drnwi yesterday received a fresh sup
('. C. Beekman suggested that the subscrip continue aif<l plenty of water be afforded, an
January 1st, by Rev. G. \V. Hoxie, Win
cially. The net proceeds of the entertainment ply of family groceries, can lies, etc.
Fred. Floed is now connected with Chas. L.
field W. Wilson .mJ Miss Esther Rmu-
tions of those now present, who might feel dis- immense amount of gold-dust will this season
amounted to $175, which will be added to the
Robt.’lL Brown, one of Eagle Point’s go- Mosher in the publication of the Roseburg l>oseil to contribute, be taken, whereupon the be taken out of the mines.
general church fund.
“Western Star.” The new firm has our best
—VANHORN— On Jenny creek,
ahead citizens, was in town Sat unlay.
following subscriptions were announced within
December 25’h, by Rev. G. W. Hoxie,
Robinson Wright, formerly of this place, is
John IL Lacey and Miss Emma J. Van
D issolved .—As will be seen by notice else
in the Willow Springs mining district, ore from
where, the firm of Manning A Montgomery,
... £100 which has a favorable ajipearance. H. K.
C C Beekman...........
—IRWIN—In Jacksonville, a'
John E Ross.............
J. W. Manning is furnishing this market
in the livery business in this place, has l»een
Oregon St,, Jacksonville,
Hanna, E. H. Autenrieth, Geo. W. Elliott and
the Franco-American h«>tel, January 7th,
dissolved by mutual consent. J. W. Man with a fine quality of hay from his ranch.
.... 50 Robt. Small are also interested in the ledge.
Phillips and Miss Sarah Irwin.
ning, an ex|>erience<l hand, will continue the
One McKeever, a resident of Uniontown,
.... 50 Work will immediately be commenced and the
E K Anderson.........
business. He will make substantial improve was yesterday admitted to the Hospital.
W. J. PLY MALE.
.... 50 vein thoroughly prospected.
Enoch F Walker. . .
on the evening of the 2d, after which ceremo Win Bybee..............
ments during the year ami Hatters himself
The wife of Geo. Briener, of Anderson creek, nies a supper prepared by Grob & Ulrich was E D Fondray...........
The Roseburg “Independent" says: The TUCKER—In Ashland, to Louis B. Tucker
ujiou being able to give satisfaction to all.
.... 25 Lucky Queen mine has been rented for the
died on Monday night, aged about 40 years.
and wife, a daughter.
pai taken of.
.1 S Howard.............
.... 20 period of one year to a Mr. Rodebaugh. The
The cold weather continues and the miner
Ben. Haymond, J. W. Hay and Leicester Wm Kahler.............
A. F. A A. M. I nstallation .—At a regular
aving just received a new
.... 15 terms of lease are private with the company. SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
were up from Rock Point on Monday A (' Jones................
meeting of Warren L<«lge No. 10, A. F. A A.
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car
riages, I ant now prepared to furnish my
St. Marv's Academy has a larger attendance last. They report everything very quiet in
M., held January Sth, T. G. Reames, lieputy
( >eo. E. Strong.........
.... 10 miner, and, after practical tests, and believes
patrons ami the public generally with as
Grand Master, installed the following officers: at present than it has had for sometime past.
.... 10 he can work the ore in the mine with profit.
C. C. Beekman, W. M.; E. B. Watson, S. W.;
The German Social Club, after paying all E H Autenrieth.......
The precinct jury not being legally drawn.
J. N T Miller, J. W.;John Miller, Treasurer; Justice Huffcr will draw another in a few days. expenses, which were heavy, cleared nearly
W B Kincaid...........
.... 10 of his placer mines, situated some distance east
As can be bad on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
Max Muller. Secretary; David Linn, S. I).;
horses hired to go to any part of the country.
5 of Gold Hill, to Magruder Bros. It is the inten
W. H. Simpson is encaged in erecting a $50 from its New Year’s ball. It was a suc J T Iioloson.............
A. M. Berry, J. D.; W. Jackson and M. Caton, dwelling-house in the eastern portion of town. cessful affair in every way.
Animals BOUGHT ami SOLI). Horse«
T It Kent..................
broke to work single or double. Horses
5 tion of this company to run a ditch alsiut four
Stewards; IL S. Thinlap, Tyler.
The weather is quite likely to break up soon, J. W. Hamrick....
boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon
Rev. D. A. Crowell will preach at the M.
.... 2J miles in length from Sam's creek to its diggings
them while in my charge.
Matt. Dillon is equal to any emergency
N wig vrn»N I mpossible . -Engineer Exsturck
Total cash subset iption, - - . $562A, them up with a view of doing some substantial
and will continue to furnish the public with '
^TMY TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
is said to be of the opinion that Rogue river
The Phivnix telegraph office is nearly ready the best brands of liquors.
5 days labor mining. There is plenty of dump into Rogue VERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE
cannot >>e rendered navigable by the expendi or bu-iness. Miss Sergeant will manage it.
- 5 “
D. W. Crosby,
A liberal share of the public patronage ta
river and no lack of ground. This claim has Manhood, Defective Memory, Paralysis, solicited.
Many citizens from various portions of the
ture of any sum o^noney Congress may see tit
W. J. ri.YMALE.
Despondency and all conditions produced
L. B. Applegate, of Like county, passed county have been in town »hiring the past week
t<> appropriate for the purpose. His
11 recent ex-
oi. the reading of which Col. Ross w ith heretofore been worked in places an<l found to by youthful indiscretions or excesses in
through tow n yesterday en route for the north. attending the railr<>a»l meeting as also the ses
lie rich. It is proposed to work it with a small mature years. Price, $•’> a bottle, or four
lierience in the premise: .s «cents to be ei ldence
drew bis motion:
hydraulic this season and a larger one will be times the quantity tor $10. Sent to any ad
Geo. A. Stoel, Postal Agent, passoji through
enough of this, and he will rejairt accordingly,
Resolved That a Conimittee.to be composed
dress by Proprietors,
The amateur minstrels serenade»! several of one from each precinct in this county, lie ap addvil apd brought into service when the
This fact is to be deplored, as it cuts off one town on Sunday last, en route for the south
I»R. A. E. 31 IM TIE A < <».,
ditch is completed.
ho|>e Southern Ore <>n may have ent' rtained
N. Cook and family have removed to Willow voting Lillies on Tuesday night, but in some in pointed by the chair to canvass the county,
stances pater fami'.ias did the receiving and each in his respective precinct, with power to
(Graduate University of Pennsylvania, late
for an outlet to tl.e sea.
Spring«, w here they will permanently locate.
C ommittee on R ailroad .—The following
resident Surgeon Orthopiedic Hos
more forcibly than elegantly, too.
appoint a Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer, named gentlemen have been appointed by E.
Stockmen fear, if the winter continues light,
G erm in R ed M en . J.icksonville Stamm
w ho shall enter into correspondence with citi K. Anderson, Chairman of the railroad meet
o. 118, U. O
No- 11 Kearney Street, San Francisco.
from a visit to Colusa county. Cal. He informs zens of Douglas, .Josephine, Like, Siskiyou and ing held here Saturday, to solicit subscriptions
officers on the evening of January 2d: N. mer.
to be had of all DRUGGISTS.
ns that little rain has thus far fallen there Curry counties; that when this meeting ad ill their respective precincts for the purpose of
Fisher, O. I'll.; Louis l’etzold, U. Uh.; S. Colin,
Oregonian-Pocahontas Tribe No. 1, Imp. O.
journ, to meet at the call of the chairman of making a preliminary survey of the proposed Honor, ntvis A «’<».. of Porllnnd,
B. Ch.; Max Muller, R. S Herman v. Helms, R M., installed its officers on Tuesday evening and fanners are fearful of another drouth.
Afrutii for Oregon mui X» osliiu^tou
committee, at w hich future meeting re- narrow gauge railroad from this place to the
The ball given at the Rock Point sehool
F. S.; Veit Schutz, Treas.; Jos. Wetterer, last.
H. KÜ2SELL, PBOPBIETOH,
house on New Year's was a very pleasant af |>orts from the various precincts shall be re- coast:
Trustee. Next Thursday evening the installa
A pleasant sociable took place at the resi fair. Thirty-seven tickets were sold. The cei ved.
DR. MTNTIE’S large HOSPITAL EX-
John M. McCall........
tion will take place, Herman v. Helms, Dep
Resolved That saiil Committee lie instruct ('. S. Sergeant...........
PER1 EN(’Eenable« him to t rent ill I diseases
uty Gros Chief, officiating. After the cere
HE UNDERSIGNED. BEING STA-
.......... Little Butte of a delicate or private nature i.i the most
ed to make inquiries and gather information James J. Fryer.........
ti<>ne<i at Ashland again, has turned Lia
monies, the members wdl hold asocial reunion. ning.
Deputy Sheriff Caton returned from Yreka touching the probable cost of a preliminary sur I leorge A. King,.......
............... Big. Butte scientific manner. Charges reasonable.
attention to the
Central Point has a wagon-shop, W. B the f< repart of this week, bringing with him a
....... Flounce Rock
W. A Owen..............
........... Table. Rock i Sundays 11 to 1 only.
E xtra S ervice , The additional triweekly Higinbotham having recently opened one person who officiated as groom in a marriage vey <>f the projected narrow gauge railroad from (’. (’. McClendon,....
.......... Rock Point
Jackson county to the sea coast at or near El Benj. Haymond,.......
service for the transput tion of third class there.
ceremony that occurred soon afterward. No
and is fully prepared to fill all orders In
matter <>n the Roseburg .d Reading route is
Central Point has improved considerably cards.
......... Grant’s Pass i
i this line with neatness and dispatch and at
n<>w L-ing performed. An extra stage runs within the past year and is becoming quite a
i prices to iuit the limes.
Hon. Henry Klippel. superintendent of the to take immediate steps looking to mass meet Lew is Ash,................
from Roseburg to Canyonville three times a village.
MONUM EN IS, TABLET'S, HEADSTONES
Squaw Lake Ditch Co.’s diggings, has returned ings in the different precincts of the various T. Cameron..............
week. From the latter place to Yreka the reg
F. Breckenfeld has a large and choice assort to th»- scene of operations. The pip«; w ill soon counties named, in order that the people there George Yaudes,.........
Executed in any description of niarbln.
ular stages afford ample accommodations for ment of Winter goods, which he is selling be in position again and work prosecuted in
Every variety ol cemetery and other stone
in may be fully advised of the feasibility of the Chas. Williams,.......
the carrying of all kinds of mail matter, anil very cheap.
.... Pleasant ('reek BOOTS AND SHOES. work executed in a satisfactory manner.
Special attention given to orders from any
E. D. Foudray......... .
from Yreka to Resiling the extra stage is again
part of Southern Oregon. Address
Forty lieautiful visiting cards, with name
J. H. -Hoffman is now managing the me terest of Southern Oregon and Northern Cali Thomas Wright,.......
brought into use. This plan is said to work
J. H. RUssELL, Ashland, Or.
neatly printed on them, for 50 centra at the chanical department of Bilger's hardware fornia.
store. We learn that J. IL Penn, who pre The resolutions were unanimously adopted, i
T imes office.
I nstallation of O fficers .—John A. Boyer
eeps only the re < t quality
The amateur dramatic association will prob ceded him, will assume charge of his ranch on and the ('liairman announced that at an early
T he W evhier . After a prolonged spell of
of Boots and Shoes, and offers them t<»r
day during the coming week he would make
cold and frosty weather, a change occurred on ably give an entertainment the forepart of
sale as cheap as the very cheapest. No
In adilition to granting an injunction. Judge public the names of the members of the com
house in town can undersell me. I will al
Wednesday last, which is to be hoped will be next month.
I n M asonic B uilding ,
No. 10, I. O. 0. F.: S. J. Day, N. G.; W. J. so warrant my goods against lips, and will
for the better. Snow fell to the depth of half
Rev. Father Blanchet has gone to Josephine
l’lymale, V.G.; J. H. Hyzcr, R. S.; Fal. Smith, repair gratuitously any that may «wciir in
The secretary was requested to procure the
an inch, but soon melted off in the valley. The county on a pastoral visit. He will be absent costs in favor of the Douglas County’ Road
S. ; F. Luy, Treasurer; ('. Ulrich, R. S. N. goods that I sell. Cali and Twill convince Oregon Street, Jackconville.
Company in its suit against the ( ’anyon ville publication of these minutes in the newspapers
storm was more extensive in the high hills, several days.
von that I sell cheaper than any house in
G. ; J. W. Robinson, L. S. N. G.; John Hock- town.
printed in the counties alsive named.
however. At this writing the prosjiects are
Madame Holt has again favored us with a
enjos, W.; Eder Band, Cond.; N. Ficke, R. S.
Best Philadelphia Calf Boots made to or
Thereupon the meeting adjourned to reas-
favorable tor more sn».w or rain, either of which
Should the Winter yet turn out a hard one,
liberal supply of cake and wine, for which we
V. G.; Wm. Bybee, L. S. V. G.; Jos. Wetter der lor $8 and $9.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PER.
will l»e acceptable to the miners, though the
Repairing neatly and prompt v done.
a considerable amount of stock will perish. 1 semble at the call of the committee.
I chased Win. Kieuzer’s interest in this
IL S. S.; Wni. M. Turner, L S. S.; P.
G eo . E. S trong , Secretary.
stock-raisers and farmers may suffer more or
establishment, de-ire to announce tn the
Boschey, I. G.; T. T. McKenzie, O. G.; T. B.
Those desiring a good turn-out should not
public that tlio.v are now prepared to fill all
less in the event of a heavy fall of snow.
N ote . Many prominent citizens of Jackson
a spell of severe weather w ill prove fatal to a
Kent, C. After the ceremonies, the members
orders for cakes ot every description, bui-li
fail to give W. J. Plymale a call, He guaran-
great iMirtion of them.
as wedding cakes, cakes for parties, wine
adjourned to Grob & Ulrich's, where an excel
R oute . E xtesded asi > S ervice I x < reasei ». tecs satisfaction.
cakes; also brown ami rye bread, ginger
A. Fisher A Co., next door to the Post
lent collation was partaken of.
_ A telegram from Senator Mitchell announces
snaps and crackers. Take orders on ex
Mrs. Bailey, of Eden precinct, was thrown
that he has secured tri-weekly service on the from a carriage one day last week and quite Office, offer a first-class stock of general mer
Prices reasonable and satisfaction
chandise for sale at low rate«. The highest the committee has assurance of the earnest and * R oad S itervisors .—The following persons
mail route from Jacksonville to Brownslair- severely injured.
substantial supjiort of all such.
It is also onr in'entinn to keep a first ola««
were api>ointed Road Supervisors for the en
1 market price is given for country produce of all
C A LI FO RNIA STR EET,
ough. This route was extended to Big Butte
lunch-house, at w liicli the best of everything
•John A. Boyer, D. I>. G. M., left for Kcrby-
in the 1 ne will l>e served hi all hours.
sometime since and Pat. McMahon, the con ville yesterday to install the officers of the Odd kinds. Call ami see them.
^■WFresh bread every *d«v.
District No. 1, C. F. Blake; No. 2. H. F.
tractor, is now making semi-weekly trips to
J ackson ville,
Fellows lodge there.
GROB- A ULRICH.
that place. The change to a tri-weekly ser
At the regular meeting of Jacksonville Phillips; No. 3, S. B. F.dsall; No. 6, T. T. i
present Judge of Multnomah county, was wed
vice will take effect la-fore long, upon which
ded to Miss Emma Thayer, daughter of the Grange No. 88, P. of H., held at the residence McKenzie; No. 7, J. M. Childers; No. 11, R-
LIVE AND LET LIVE!”
the people of that sci tion are to l»e congratulat- suit of F. Slierr vs. V. Schutz was continued late Judge A. J. Thayer, at Corvallis on Christ of J. N. T. Miller, D. D. G. M„ last Satur A. Cook; No. 12, Benjamin Mench; No. 13. rniIE UNDERSIGNI D IS J UT.LY PRE
inas. We wish them joy.
»ed. They will then l>e favored with ample
day, the following resolutions were uuanimous- .James Loomis; No. 15, John G. Norton; No. 1 pareil toiln all work in his line in the
16, Peter Simon; No. 20, John Cantrell; No. best manner and at reasonable prices.
mail facilities for sometime to come.
Business men should not forget that blank ly adopted:
for Curry county before long, intending to be notes, bill heads, statements, letter-head s, ami
C. D. Reed; No. 23, Joseph B. Salt
Resolved, That a committee, of three be ap-
HOT OK COED BATHN
P robate C ourt .—The following business gone several months.
No. 26, T. J. Raimey; No. 36, H. P.
every description of commercial printing are l>ointed to solicit subscriptions from the’frater-
Can l»e had at this place at all hour« of the Q1TVATED ril-TKKX MILES KOI TH
has been tran«acte»l in this Court Hon. Silas
G. W. Isaacs, of Butte creek, was in town neatly ami promptly executed at the I iMEs nity to aid the preliminary survey for a narrow ; Deskins.
» ot Ja.’ksonville, Hixi 1 ’3 miles nunh of
J. Day, Judge—since our last rej»ort:
Ashland, are prepured to do
this week purchasing calves an<l yearlings. office at San Francisco rates.
gauge railroad to the coast, anil that this com
In the matter of the estate of R. B. Harga- He secured but a few.
C onvicted .—Jcihn Freshour, formerly of
Geo. Burns, of Foot's creek, who had his 1» ft mittee lie instructed to confer with the citizens'
Merchant and Exchange Business.
Chimney Rock precinct, arrested in this coun
dine, decease»!- Silas W. Kilgore, executor of
If you wish to sell any article advertise. If leg amputated several months ago, has entirely committee apjiointed on the same date.
FLOUR. GRAHAM, CORNMEAL AND
ty some months ago on a charge of stealing cat !
said estate, files his second semi-annual exhib
you want e' erybody to see your advertisement recovered an»l is able to move about as usual s The following is the committee: J. N. T. j
FEED AT BEDROCK PRICK'S.
tie in Tulare county, Cal., was recently con
it, which was Mt eepted.
w ith a patent leg he proi-ureil in New York, Miller, F. M. Plymale and Mrs. J. L. M. Ply-
victed on two indictments ami sentenced to , CENTRA!, POINT,
In the matter <»f the estate of
36 pounds of flour, 2 pound« short« and g
ami which works to perfection.
Daughters and sisters of Odd l ellj^s over
i»oi.nds bran given per bushel ot good w lx at.
eight years imprisonment in the California Pen- i
.^lecease'l. The petition of M. A. Houston, ad-
A committee of three to procure a suitable
H. C. Hill was down from Ashland
Will sack flour-euM<»mers furnishing sucks
ministrator of said estate, for an order of sale 18 years of age. are now privileged to join the
for a Grange hall ami make the neces itentiary on one ami three years on the other HUIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLF.AS- Sucks With our NEW CUT on them furni«hed
Reliekah Degree lodges.
at low rates.
The trial of his brother, Joseph, arrested ou a i
of realty, was granted.
that place from the assessment rolls. The sary arrangements for building, was appointed,
1 tire tn announcingto the public that he
My brother G. F. Billing«, will har.
In the matter of the estate
has engaged tba services of a work- charge
Trustees w ill probably levy an assessment to to-wit: of J. N. T. Miller, Jacob Ish, Thoe.
of the business, being assisted by
deceased. The third semi annual exhibit of _ This is not intcndeil for the encouragement pay off the indebtedness umlcr which Ashland Wright.
miller«. Everything warranted
A n O ld T imer —Last week the California ironing of carriages, wagons, etc., and the
; is struggling.
of [hs-try on this subject.
C. W. Kahler, administrator, was accepted.
The committees were instructed to rejxirt at and Oregon Stage Co. sold to an Oakland shoeing of horses, especially race stock, He as ropre-ented. SARAH A. FARNHAM.
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Thoe. T. McKenzie, of the Eureka Mills,
J. \\ aldo Thompson, well known in this the next regular meeting.
is now fully prepared in all work in his
A F r aud .—Early last Fall the prospectus of
farmer an old stage horse, known as Quim line in a tirst-dass manner and at reasona
the other day killed a hog that weighed 508 section, has been promoted to the management
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS,
The rejmrt of the finance committee shows
a ¡»per in the interest of the greenback furore
of the Western Union telegraph office at Sac the business ot the Grange to lie in a good con by, and named after the ol 1 Portland hotel
pounds. Some jxirk. that.
All work guaranteed.
kecj»er. This horse helped to pull the first
was circulated in this county. It was de
ramento. He was formerly manager of the dition.
C aufoiw * S treet ,
Give me a trial.
scribed a« a mammoth sheet, entitled the
5 reka office ami more recently of the San
GEO. F. MERRIMAN.
Central Point, Dec. 24. 1878.
‘ince then has seen constant service in the
New York “Advocate,” ami the subscription the Post Office in this place to A. Fisher & Co. Diego branch.
•- P. JON LB,
committee of the neat, complete ind correct traces. He must lie at least 27 years of age.
price fixed at 50 eent« per annum. Of course no
A suit for forcible entry and detainer, in manner tn which Miss Annie Miller had dis
pajier of its size could be publish«»! for such a
The recent cold weather has extended over which J. B. Thomas is plaintiff ami R. S.
charged the duties of secretary for the past
T hanks .—Jos. Rapp has again made the
ATONE BUT THE CHOICEST AND HEST
l*ggarly price, but several of onr »»ver-zealous tie entire coat. Skating has been a favorite Armstrong and A. J. Walls are defendants,
three years and at the same time hail assisted hearts of the lank and hungry' printers glad.
ke it "
?ra,ul,eH’ " hiskies and Cigar«
greenback friends .didn't think of that; «<> they pastime in the Willamette valley.
will be tried before Justice Childers of Table . in the treasurer’s office.
This time he has presented us with a liberal
sul»sciibe<l and now they have to mourn over
THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
DRINKS, 12ki CENTS.
The property known as the Ashland Acade resent the parties.
The next regular meeting will be held at supply of splendid apples. We always feel
a half »lollar squandered in a very foolish man
my w ill l»e sold at Sheriff's sale on Febniary I The protracte»! meeting under the auspicesof the same place two weeks from the date of grateful for such favors,
NO CREDIT IN THE Ft TURE_it don’t
as established an agency in
ner. The paper appeare<1 for a bri«-period; prob-
v. l annlie« ni-odinu anything in oUr I na
Sth under foreclosure of mortgage.
the M. E- Church, South, closed last Friday
<an always lie supplied with th..
ably but a few numWrswere ever issuetl,which
brated Sewing Machines, in the building
L ost . — T. B. Thomas, of Table Rock pre formerly <><*<>upie«i by Dr. Ja- k^on. and op best to be found on the Coa«t Give
C rowded O ut .—A communication from
were sent out with the prospectus to dupe the f Jaek-o iville was crowded last Sat inlay wi’h night. The attendance was very fair throiigh-
>4vpcates of “fiat money," an»l it succeeded, Citizens from various ¡tortious of the county, ou* and some accessions were made. Tim boys s ' the » younger brother of the festive “John
uch v»ihe chagrin of many worthy disciples who came to attend the railroad meeting. Wf were complimented uix»n the r good liehavior ■ Henry-’ is crowded out of this issue. It will
repaired a id adiu«ted.
' Apyea. ui our uuxt.
tkv a suitable reward La nil vied.
A.e pleased to »«e the interest thus mauKwted. uurme the meeting, which was just.
D. H. FEATHERS, Agent.
j Beu. batier aud Uliv’*» i’vmeroy.
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ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS.
CITY BAKERY AND SALOON,
BARBER SHGP & BATH ROOMS
G. F. MERRIMAN,