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The mortality amongst stock w intering on
N ew B uilding fop . A shland .—The Masonic
DR. MINTIE’S NEPHRETICUM.
NEW THIS WEEK
Butte creek was greater last season than it has
Water is becoming scarce again.
been for many years past. Other sections
D r . M intie ’ s N eph reticum works won
a fine brick building at an early date, in which ,
ders. In all maes
cases of Dropxy,
Dropay, Bright’«» » l>i«-
Nyswanner is still out.
have fared better.
APRIL 4, 1879
The miners’ harvest promises excellent re enterprise it will receive substantial assistance !
Dr. Angie L. Ford, of Albany, arrived here turns.
The crops are growing finely.
from outside parties. Several sit-'« for the
. plaint«, or Retention of Urine, are cured by
on Saturday last, in response to a telegram in
P ersonal .—Mrs. Dr. Ford, of Salem, moth
the Nepbreticum. Female Weakness, Grav-
Frank Ennis has gone toGalice creek to look proposed structure are suggested, but the
Sheep-shearing has commenced.
73 620 MORE
• el, Diabetes, pain in the back, side and
forming her of the serious illness of Mrs. Dr. after the mining interests of the English Com definite location has not been deci-led upon.
er of Mrs. Dr. Robinson, arrived on Thurs.
County scrip always taken at par.
loin are cured when all other medicines
Robinson, her sister.
Four thousand dollars have already been sub
Wm. Uarll was in town this week.
See what the druggists of Portland and
Assessment schedules, mortgages, deeds*
Quartz mining has received a new impetus scribed toward the building. W. H. Atkinson
C ounty C ourt .—The April term of the
San Francisco say about Dr. Mintie's Na-
Smith A Waisnian have resumed drifting.
notes. Justices blanks, etc., constantly on hand of late, which augurs well for the interests of and Jacob Wagner, two gentlemen prominently
Probate and County Commissioners’ Courts
phreticuin and English Dandelion Pili«:
The extra night-watch has been withdrawn. at the T imes oilice. The best forms furnished Southern Oregon.
identified with the enterprise, were in town
We have sold a large amount of Dr. Mtn
will be held next week.
tie’s medicines: The English Dandelion
For horse and jack bills go to the T imes at San Francisco prices.
We are in receipt of another supply of Copp’s
i Pills; also the famed Nephreticum, and in
N otice .—The public will bear in mind that I office.
Geo. W. Holt expects to have the lower floor Hand-book of Mining Ltw, standard authority. plans upon which the Masonic building here
- ali cases bighlv recommended:
. A. McPherson hxs no business connection
John A. Childs, Druggist, Second street,
i was constructed ami gaining other information In b70 we told
W. A. Owen will remove his family to this of his brick building finished by the Fourth of Price, $1 per copy.
with the T imes office and never had any.
July, in w hich event a grand ball will be given
■ place liefore long.
C. H. Woodward A Po., Druggists, oornar
The recent showers of rain have had the effect structure will be erected, which, they inform “ 1878 “ “ 3i6,in
■ . .....
there. “We'll be dar.”
and Alder streets, Portland.
N ew J ewelry .—Geo. W. Elliott has re
I McCully & Moore have purchased 450 sheep to keep up the supply of water for mining pur- us, will be two stories high and fifty by sixty
Messrs. Abrams A Carroll, wholesale
ceived an invoice of elegant jewelry from San to high water-mark.
jMises, though uot materially increasing it.
UR SA LES H A V E I NO R E AS ED ENOR- Druggists, Nos. 3 and 5 Front street, 8. F.
feet in size, with lodge-room and offices in the
of Win. Bybee and are now engage-l is shear
niously every year through the whole
We regard the Nephreticum as the best
Francisco, which he is disposing of at reasona
A Sunday school has l>een organized in
Wallace Rodgers and N. I’. Moody started upper story and two store-rooms underueath.
ot “hard times.”
i Kidney and Bladder remedy before the
for Silver creek this week, H. True, of Ash- Such a building would be a credit to any
ii'We now sell three-quarters of all the public'. All druggists keep them.
the Siskiyou mountains.
Sew ing Machines sold in the World.
For all derangements of the Liver,__
S chool M uddle .—The citizens of Big Butte
D. IL FEATHERS, Agent.
Use Dr. Mintie’s English Dandelion Pill»
A cave at H.iwkett A Co.’s claim last week
Granville Naylor, while grading a road near
achool district are having considerable trouble
I For Biliousness and Dyspepsia,
R eal E state T ransactions .—The follow
covered one of the “giants” and almost caught i
Dr. Mintie’s English Dandelion Pills
his place, four miles from town, unearthe-l an ing transactions in real estate have been record
S. Hoehbergcr, representing the firm of
over school matters. We hope to hear of the
NOTICE, HORSEMEN! Use
Mr. Hawkettas it fell. The damage done w;is
Fever and Ague,
extensive cinnabar ledge last week. The ore ed since the last issue of the T imes :
i Hexter & May, Portland, is in town.
difference being speedily adjusted.
Use Dr. Mintie’s English Dandelion Pills.
slight and soon repaired.
Every family should not fail to keep the
Miss Ida Danforth has assumed charge of a
Mahlon Purdin to \\ in. Worlow, one-half
\\ e learn that there is some difficulty con-
C rowded O ut .—A communication in reply school in Ada county, Idaho Territory.
Green Bros., of the Sugar Pine ledge at Ga interest in the \\ orlow A Rummell saw-mill THE OLD FAVORITE STALLION, : English Dandelion Pills oh hand.
Dr. Mintie’s Remedies will not “Cure all
cerning the tax recently levied by l’hienix
to the article in the “Sentinel" of the 2d, enti
lice creek, are operating both arastras. They on Antelope creek. Consideration, $175.
” but will give immediaie relief
school district. Some are disposed to test the
U. S. patents to Samuel T. Powell and Henry
tled “Enforce the Law,” has been received,
and [icrfi-et a cure in all cases, if taken ac
have several tons of ore on dump which will Noland have lieen recorded.
legality of the assessment.
but too late for this issue. Other articles
cording to directions, which they are recom
average $40 a ton.
Nicholas Cook ami w ife to A. R. Vest, 100
are also omitted, through lack of space.
The Butte creek mills are being repaire, I
in Manzanita precinct. Consideration,
D k . A. E. M intie A Co.—Gents: I vol
Rol-t. A. Cook was up from Foot’s creek Sat acres
The Board of Trustees will be requested to and placed in iirst-cLiss order. A. J. Daley,
unteer to say your English Dandelion Pills
S anguine .—B. F. Dowell writes to a friend extend the tire limits at its next session, we
urday. He says the miners in that seetiou
Samuel \ ose to Jeanne Holt, lot and premis
equal and erm surpass all you claim
who is in charge of them, is an excellent miller
in this place that the United States will prob learn.
of water ami will do well, all es in Jacksonville. Consideration, a written
‘•from my exfierience in their use.” Fancy
an-1 guarantees satisfaction.
agreement to board him during his natural
ably make the greater jsirtion of the judgment
they have no equal for Dvsjiepsia and Liver
Several stock-raisers of this county are pre-
life and $1.
K. D. Foudray lias offered the citizens of
J. A. S trowrrii > oe ,
it holds against \\ . C. Griswold out of his prop
E. J. Farlow and wife to Maria
paring to drive their stock east of the moun Pho-nix a lot upon which to erect their pro The original discoverers of Silver creek, at
First Street, Ix-ather Merchant.
erty. Griswold still remains under provisional tains.
2(1.08 acres in Eden precinct. Consid
Portland, Sept. 17, 1878.
posed school building, in case they w ill agree the next term of the <'ircuit Court for Josephine $100.
Du. A. E. M intie A C o .—Gents: I have
county, will determine, by law, the rights of
rhe Chinese “fed their dead’’ List week. to establish a graded school.
used your famed English Dandelion Pills
ownership, we learn.
A ccident .-—Little Mattie Sisley, niece of E. Several Mongolians participated in the cere
tor torpid liver and dys|>epsia and can
R ock P oint I fems . Our regular correspond
Robt. Westrop, owner of the well-known
freely- say, they are the best Pills I ever
D. Fotidray, cut her left foot severely last Sun monies.
J. T. Layton, Williams’ creek enterprising ent sends us the following: Curtis Miller, o
had. I can recoin mend them as a sure pre
horse Turk, was in town this week. He is
day while chopping some brush with a hatchet.
ventive and positive cure in all cases of
Billy Thompson is breaking E. 11. Beanies' making arrangements tor the season, notice of miner, is tearing away a large amount of grav Sanline creek, was quite Severely bruised, oi
The second toe was almost entirely severed
and ague. Truly yours,
el with hydraulics. He is sanguine of an ex
“Dave Kirby," a colt of much promise, to which will be given next week.
A mos P artridge , Contractor.
and two others more or les» injured. Dr. Aiken
tended ami profitable run.
Portland, Get. 5. 1878.
repaired the injuries sustained.
menced a school at Sehicffelin's on the 31st ult.
Du. M intie A Co. treat all Chronieand
Several parties from the Willamette valley
M. F. Waller, Jaeol is Bros', popular travel inson are conducting the primary department
Diseases w ith success. No. 11 Kear
..Miss Lizzie S.-hieflclin has commenced
R eligious .—There will lie no services at the ing agent, is in this section in the interests of of the Ashland district school. The other are on their way to Silver creek. The fever is teaching a (¡-months' term of school at Grant's
ney St., San Francisco, Cal.
spreading ami is infecting a considerable por* Pass.... Piping
M. E. Church next Sunday moruing, but Rev. that firm.
school i .ire not m session at present.
has been continued day and
M. 0. Miller of Applegate Circuit will occupy
Isiuis Solomon and wife and Miss Lizzie
night, for some time past, at the Hay A Ma- mg July 1st, at the
J. S. Howanl has prepared diagrams of the tion of Oregon ami Northern ('alifornia.
the pulpit in the evening.... As soon as the Helms left for San Francisco the forepart of pnqiose-l mail route from this place to N-
Joe Clough and others have located claims gru-ler gravel mine, Froniall indications these
ro.nls improve, Father Blanchet intends to the week.
reserving to go into the coun
Wright's on Applegate, which have been for -tn Briggs’ creek, in Josephine county, ami gentlemen will be richly rewarded in the Jacksonville,
try as often as necessary lor tin- m-coniino-
hold services in the Catholic Church at Eagle
The rains of Lust week drowned out some warded to Washington for reference.
dationof (-tistoiners. Should anv mare bo
been worked before ami is believed to be pieces were picked up on the ground last week. brought to the stable in his absence they i
grain on low lands, but did no great amount
C.ipt. Work bought a fine filly from Jas. A.
w ill be ted ami eared for without charge to
I’anky of Sam s \ alley this week, paying Sl.M) fully as rich in gold as Silver crock.
S ummoned . Our readerswill doubtless re the owner until his return. I’aslurago fur
A S light D ecrease .—Assessor Goddard, of damage.
Parties from California, supposed to repre member of the murder of a Polish miner at nished at moderate rates for those desiring
who baa just completed the assessment of Ash
A rush of a-lvertisements makes reading for her. He started for Fort Klamath yester
some capital, have locate-l the old John Happy Camp sometime ago and the subsequent it. Mike will be in charge of Jack Mont
land, reports a decrease of less than $4,000 as matter scarcer than usual. This w ill be rem day w ith several head of broo-l-marcs.
near Blackwell, and will prospect it arrest of the supposed murderer. The latter, gomery, an experienced horseman, during I
<*omj»ared with that of last year. When we edied soon.
Sheriil'Bybee, who has just returned from
immediately. This mine has not been worked after committing the deed, tied to this section,
TERMS—For the season, $0, payable in |
cousitler that a destructive tire but recently
Ch.is. L. Mosher returned to Roseburg on
for sometime, but always prospected well.
luit returned soon afterward, supposing that he
visited that place, this showing will be accept ruesday morning, after a pleasant sojourn in damage in that section last week. Several
J. A. CARDWELL.
4 RE NOW MANUFACTURING EV-
w as not suspected. \\ hilt- here he sold some
ed as a favorable one.
i V cry thing in the lino of
Ex-Governor Chadwick returned from the Squaw Like diggings on Saturday. After eon- gold-dust, evidently belonging to the murder The Fast Trotting Stallion.
The thermometer went up to 75’ above zero
C hallenge I ssued .—The foot-racers of
suniing two months in cleaning slides out of ed man, to Theo. Cameron of Uniontown, ami
Jackson, Josephine and Lake counties, now last Saturday. I he heat has moderated per- Willamette valley Sun-lay morning, lie I lls the ditch, the water was tinned on last Sun this gentleman has been summoned as a wit
become identified with our mining interests
have an opportunity to test their fleetness, as ceptibly since then.
day ami piping is now progressing in earnest. ness in the trial, which comes oil at Crescent
('ity in a short time.
Henry Mensor challenges any one of them to a
B. C. Goddard and Carlos Goddard, accom and will greatly assist in developing them.
- --<»---- . ...
Hen. Owen left for the Willann tte valley on
race of 100 yards, on a wager of $100, to take panied by their la-lies, made us a pleasant
PttonvrE Cm’itT. Tin- following business
.J. 1. Case s improved threshers ami straw- Monday last, but will return soon. We leavn was transacted before Judge Day
place at Jacksonville on May 1st next--a for call on Monday last.
01*111 1< !
Fresh Candy Every Day.
feit of $25 to lie put up by April 20th. Henry
Newman Fisher leaves for San Francisco to
bonding of one of the prominent placer mines of last report:
has plenty ot backers and asks no odds.
day to lay in an elegant stock ot Spring goods. amount of threshing when harvest commences. this county in the interests of capitalists from
Hattie Mitchell was appointed administra ’» of 1S79, commencing on April 1st and And will keep constantly on band a full as
Al-out $2<i,(M)0 of the total tax lias been col
of the estate of Wesley M itehell.deceased. ending July 10th. He will be at Ashland I
I mproving .—A slight improvement in the
-I. M. Mel'all, Jacob Wagner and P. Dunn Tuesdays and at l’lio-nix Wednesdays; the I
condition of Mrs. Dr. Robinson, who is still
were appointed appraisers.
balance of the week at Manning's stable, in
Chas. J. Howard, Geo. H. Briggs an-1
The Sheriil' will turn over the delinquent list
In the matter of the estate of L. -J. White, J ackson ville.
seriously ill, was noticeable yesterday, we are Ashland House, has the erection of a public to the County Commissioners’ Court next ers will before long commence j-rospe
I >ES< ‘RIP I’lON—Ophir is a beautiful dark
deceased. 1. P. \\ bite, a-lministrator, given
pleased to learn. Iler mother and sister have hall in contemplation.
some diggings on Boh n creek, Josephine i
chestnut, without mark or spot, 15 hands
until May 1st in which to file inventory.
arrived from the Willamette valley during the
There is consideralile snow in the Siskiyou
inches high, and weighs 1,‘-’<|9 p°unds, of |
ty. Should the result be favorable, the
J. W. Manning and M. Obenehain started
Fancy Crackers of all Kinds.
G eo . W. W imi i: of Murphy creek called on a splendid mild disposition, and will be 10 1
past week ami are in constant attendance upon mountains, which will keep up the contiguous
pany proposes to run a ditch ami work
years old on the 15th day of J uly.
north Wednesday with thirteen head of
lier. Mrs. Robinson's many friends will be streams for sometime.
us Monday last. He says Josephine county is
ground in a seientilie manner.
mules purchased by the former for Govern
He h.as a Record of 2:35.
"Y^.-Sonthern Oregon dealers in these ar
glad to hear of her spe -dy convalescence.
Mrs. L. Herling returned from San Francis
Robb, Eekelson A Co., at the Hamilton dig. flourishing and moving steadily ahead, The
ment service. They will be shippe-1 to \ an-
will find it to their advantage to trade
co \X e.Inesday night and will reside permanent
gings near Uniontown, made a clean-uD tills mining season promises to be a profitable one, ebrated trotting stallion, Kentucky Hunter, with us, as they* will always lie aide to ob
B ase B all at A shland .—The “third” nine
ly in this section again.
week that was very favorable. It is estimate-! the miners being still busily engaged. The he bv Broken Leg Hunter, of New York; tain their goods FRESH and SALEABLE,
of the Jacksonville Base Ball Club, in response
John Sizemore of Table Rock returned from that they have average-1 $120 per day for the Murphy creek saw and grist mills will remain grandsire, Sorrel Hunter; great grandsire. and AN ('HEAP if not CHEAPER than can
We have just printed County and Circuit
to a challenge refteived from a similar Ashland
Josephine county Tues-lay, bringing w ith him „oxsoii thus far. There is still enough water under the management of.J. Wimer A Sons, Old Kentucky Hunter; great-great grand be bought anywhere.
summonses, for attorneys, which will be
nine, met the latter upon its grounds on Sat
several tine mares he bought there recently. for a several week’s run without the aid of reser who are always ready to attend to orders in sire, Highlander.
Sorrel Hunter’s Dam was a Sir Hehry GIVE US A CALL AND ENCOURAGE
urday last, Our lsiys being sadly out of prac- sold at reasonable rates.
He will engage in the stock business quite ex voirs.
from Kentucky, from which the name
D. W. Cheesman, of Lakeview, returned tensively.
tice were, of course, no match for their com-
Kentucky originated, the name of Hunter
The pleasant weather now prevailing is
N ew M ilitary C ompany . (Jen. Tims. G. was derived troni his English 11 miter blood.
petitors, who defeated them easily. A large home on March 20tli, after a sojourn of six
There is n > humbug about Mensor's grand causing a diminution of water for mining pur Kearnes, 1st Brigade of Oregon Militia, has
Kentucky Hunter’s dam (from a Moon I SIR ASTLEY COOPER’S
number of young folks from this place were mouths in San Francisco.
clearance sale. He has marked his goods away poses. About all the snow mi the low hills authorized the formation of a company in Rose shine Mare,) was sired by the trotting stal
among the sjiectatora.
Warm showers of rain have fallen during -low’ll anil sells them at the prices marke-1. If
lion Harden 11 nnter;grandsire,Sorrel Hun
the p.ast few days, greatly to the benefit of the you want bargains, don't fail to give him an has disappeared since the warm rains of last burg, says the “Star,” and the gallant old ter; great grandsire, Old Kentucky Hunter;
“OrHIR.”—This beautiful an-1 fast trotting
week. The streams were up for the time being, veteran, Gen. Lane, at his request, called a great-great grandsire, Highlander.
grow ing crops and grass.
’ll is is a correct pedigree of Kentucky
; early call.
horse, recently from California, will remain in
but the water is again rece-ling, to the discom meeting to beheld on Friday, the 14th of April, H 'I nnter,
and makes him about seven-eighths
this county during the season. He is one of
A foot-bridge has been constructed across the fiture of the miners.
for the purpose of organizing the same.
or, perhaps, better know n as Mes I
the best stallions ever brought to Oregon, be amounting to $10,526, will lie paid into the ditch running l-etween T. B. Kent's residence
The Gram 1 Applegate Company is sanguine
ing possessed of a faultless form, tine action State Treasury next Monday.
GHEAT ENGLISH BEREDT,
an-1 Ply male's livery stable, on Oregon street of commencing active operations by the first of i “P eninger ' s M ike ."—This old favorite will ly proven to be the fastest and best Mock ot
horses ever introdiux'd into the United
I m * at the Union Livery Stable during the sea States.
\\ e learn that the Eintracht has a masquer by Street Commissioner Young, which is quite
ami an excellent pedigree. “Ophir has a rec
May next. Considerable delay has lieen oc- son. “Mike's” colts speak for themselves, hav
on! ->f 2:35 ami can do even lietter than thst. ade ball in contemplation. It will probably be convenient.
' casioned by slides in the ditch and high water, ing always commanded fancy prices abroad. dtm was sired by Prince AHa-rt, a Messen
Attention iscalle-l to the advertisement of John
VF-RVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE
We learn that considerable opposition is but these ob«t;v-k-s have,to a great extent, been
ger owned by William Reynolds, of Colusa
Cowan, who has him in charge.
D. H. Feathers, agent for the Singer sewing manifested in Ashlan-I district toward levying overcome. Superintendent Fitzpatrick has He is of the well-known Vermont and Morgan County, California. Ophir’s dam is now I 11 Decline, Muscular Weakness, Lost
Manhood, Defective Memory, Paralysis,
ma-'hine, has a new advertisement in this is a tax for constructing a school-house, as a gone t-> Portland on business connected with stock, which is considered of the best. See owned in Santa Clara County by Dr. C. L. Despondency Mid all conditions produced
I. O. O. F. C elebration .—Jacksonville sue. Read w hat he has to say.
youthful indiscretions or excesses in
number are in favor of purchasing the Acade , these diggings.
of Butte County. They are both fine, large by
years. Price, $3 a Imttle, or four
Ixslge No. 10, I. O. O. F., w ill celebrate the
L. F. Willits of Ashland has lieen engaged my building.
R op . rery .—Gin Lin’s cabin, near Uniou- and splendid roadsters.
times the quantity tor |10. Sent, to any ad
The trail to Silver creek is now o|H-n and
introduction of the Order into the I nitc<l by the directors of Uniontown school district
edigree of O uhiii ’ s D am ' s S ire —David dress by Proprietors,
Win. A. Owen has found a purchaser for his many ex)ieetant prospectors are rushing thith toWll, was entered one night last week and Hill was sired by Black Lion; he by David
States (April 2t>thi in a liecoming manner. Me
to teach a three-months’ school.
of cattle, advertised for sale in the T imes , er. It is too early for effective miniug, how robbed of about $100 in speciin -us, coin, etc. Hill’s celebrated trotting stallion Black
I»K. A. E. MINTIE A CO..
learn that it has been decided to hold a public
He was in -Jacksonville at the time of the Hawk; lie by Sherman Morgan; he by Jus
celebration, with a ball in the evening. Ash
Morgan, and lie by True Briton, who (Graduate University of Pennsylvania, late
roblicry. Some of Mr. Hayes’ moon-eyed tin
resident Surgeon Ortluqsi-dic Hos
imported from England and used by
land ami Kerbyville lodges have been invited
wards are suspected of the robbery.
General DeLancey as a charger on Long
tn participate. Further particulars of this af
At the conclusion of the base-ball game last present like Mii-awber of old waiting for
fair, which w ill doubtless be an impressive one, i 1 The third nine is practicing for the return
S an F iiancisco Wont. R eport . —Sales of on by I lainldetonian; lie by Abdallah; he hy No- 11 Kearney Street, San Francisco.
Membrino, and In* l>v imported Mes
game with the Ashland base-ballers, which oc Saturday, Henry Mensor, Jacksonville s cham
are promised next week.
TO BE HAD OF ALL DRUGGISTS.
ly small sample lots of Spring clip at private oid
'Die dam of Hamldetoniaii was
curs at this place on the 12th inst.
pion, <1 ieate-l Stough ami John Roberts in dif The “Independent” says Mr.
rates are announced. The following are nomi Charh-s Kent's mare by imported Bell- HOIMJE. »ATM A «O.. or Portland.
N ew S chool D istrict . -Antioch school dis
Agenls fur «»regoit an<l M ashluglou
The Jacksonville Amateur Association's first ferent foot-races. We learn that the parties passed through Roseburg Monday
nal quotations for Fall: Los Angeles and south toiindcr.
TERMS -Singleservice $20. payable in ad
trict being too large. Superintendent Fountain performance comes otl on Saturday evening. are to meet again.
ern, S'<- 10c.; Sacramento and northern, 9(<j 14e.;
his way to the Lucky Queen, acc<
last Saturday divided it into two districts, up April 12th. Admission, 50 cents.
W. A. A. Hamilton, of Uniontown, was se Mr. Morgan, the machinist employed to Eastern Oregon Fall, l.V>i20e. I' lb.
end thereof. 1 nsuranee $10, payable w hen
DR. MINTIE’S large HOSPITAL EX-
on the p- tition of several citizens. The new
ascertained that tin- mare is in foal.
I’ERI EXCEi-naldes him to treat all diseases
11. L. Webb returned from Josephine coun
A nother U nfortunate . in the County it is
All possible care will lie taken by an experi of a delicate or private nature i.i the moat
district has L-en named Table Rock, ami an ty Tuesday. He has lieeome identified with gully, in the plank breaking and letting him cess. Men have been at work pumping water
Court yesterday Judge Day presiding Miss enced hand, who thoroughly understand« the scit'iititii* nuiniH*r. (’bar^ps rcusofinlilp«
election for directors and clerk thereof will lie
down several feet rather su-l-lenly. He is able from tin- mine ami extracting ore for several Emma N.iil, of Josephine county, was examin- treatment of mares and horses, to avoid acci (itlice hours— Id to X and 6 to 8 evening«-
the mining interests of that region.
held immediately. This division will be of ad
j weeks, and have considerable quartz on the *‘<1 by Doctors Aiken and Vrooman and pro dents; but will not be responsible should anv Sundays 11 to I only.
'Die attendance on the Heber Grove school, ! to be about again, however.
vantage to the children of ls-th the northern
nounced insane. She will lie taken to the asy occur. Pasturage furnished at reasonable rates.
Col. -I. N. T. Miller an-1 I). M. McMeuamy
S. L. DANIELS, Proprietor.
ami southern |s>rtions of the oi l district, as it in charge of Chas. Prim, is increasing. There
Al. McKenzie, superintendent of the Cen lum to-day.
left for Lake county on Tuesday last. The
J ohn C owin , Groom.
will enable them to attend school without great are til pupils on the roll at present.
A N arrow E scape . An employe of W. J.
Geo. W. Elliott returned from San Francisco former goes to look after
he latter will proceed to the Mal- Saturday. Piping was resume-l here sometime Pl y male came near losing a wagon and team
Wednesday morning. He laid in a tine as
ago ami water h.is been abundant since the w hile attempting to cross the Applegate one
he-ur country ami locate a st-ack range.
sortment <>f merchandise while there.
last rams. He showed us some lmmlsoine day this week. lie was obliged to cut the
R. M. Garrett an-1 R. L. Ish returned from
•Jos. 1* ibison of Wagner creek was taken
specimens of gobi picked up in these diggings, horses loose in order to save them.
Crescent City Friday,having been -lelaye-1 sev
suddenly til while in town yesterday and is in a
eral days by the high waters of Sucker creek ami which are indicative of favorable results. This
F urniture . J. B. Caldwell, of Josephine
critical condition, we are sorry to say.
company is cmnisised of railroad employes,
other streams. The suit instituted against the
brought a load of raw hide furniture
Archie Uabaniss, sun of Dr. 1'. T. Cabaniss, former by one Yates w .is decided in favor of with Superintendent Brandt of the O. A C. Il
to tow n \\ i dncsday. The greater portion of
li. at their hea-1.
a former resident of this place, I lls taken Mr. Garrett.
it w;w maimfacture-1 for the New State hotel.
charge of the Ukiah (Ual.) “Dispatch.”
Geo. F. Merriman has been engage-l as
A shland L iiih ; e of Odd Fellows, having lost
Sup«-rinti-n-leiit Fountain was in town Satur- horse-shoer between Roseburg ami Cole's sta the latter a quartz miner of much experience
by the late lire, has borrowed re
lay to examine apjiltuants for teachers' certifi tion by the<>. A C. Stage Company. He has .
HOT OR «01.1» BATHS
Yreka Lodge until it can get a
cates, but none made their appearance.
purchased a half interest in the Arzner 1-la- k-
new set from the East.
riMIIS THOROUGHBRED STALLION Can
Spring time has come and finds Matt. Dillon sinith shop at Canyonville, but w ill not obtain
I will make the ensuing season, com day. be had at th is place nt all honra of the
April 1st and ending July 1st, as
as aeeoinmod itilig as ever, w ith the best of li p
D ied . Frank Kt-nymi. a former resident
W ni. Worlow has purchased the interest of Irishcr ami Sifers, w ho worked some of the ore an inventory of stock on hand ami will soon be
uors for all w ho choose to call and "smile.”
Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at W. F. OWEN8.
this? place, sheil rei-eiitly, while* on his wax to
M. Pur Im in the Anteloj>e saw-mill ami w ill by arastra process, with indifferent results. It in receipt of a full assortment of new goods.
stable of J. W. M annitig in Jackson Ville,
Panama, He had been atllicted with consump-
ami the remainder of the week at our stable
take possession immediately. The new firm, is supposed to contain quartz in enilless qii.*lnti
EXVE-TED. The father of Dr. J. W. Robin near Fort Lane.
tioii for some time and was on a trip for his lieatitiful appearance. The growing grain and which is now compos---! of J. L. Worlow ami ty ami of a fair quality. The new proprietors
son is expected to arrive from Gervais, Marion
DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE.
health when sleath overtook him. Frank blossoming trees lend lieatity to the aspect.
Win. Worlow, will soon be prepare-l to fur ! will prospect the l«-dge before long.
county, this morning.
S cami T'.RD own is a beautiful dark bay, Ki
The stock interests of this section are not li:u nish the market with a superior article of lum
learned the printer's trade in Jacksonville and
Sl’.erit! P-yLe returned from a trip to Jo4c-
hands high, seven years old this Spring, FORWARDING AND SHIPPING AGENTS
oubseqiiently publiahe I several ditlereiit pape rs bh- to sutler through neglect of the horsemen, ber.
phine county this week, where he is interested
ami ax to form and appearance is iineqiialed
in Nevada, Idaho and .Montana, He was pub- if we arc to judge by their number this season.
in the State, lb- was bred by Theo. Win
M e-srs. Carlton, Fountain, Hanlex ami Mil in several mines. H e informs us that the inili-
ters, oft ‘alifornia. and was sired by Norfolk.
.1. U. Hannah informs us that Rogue river ler will, before L-ng, drive al-out 5i)i) lie id of . ers have plenty of water, w ith excellent pros
lisher of the Bslie (Ual.) “Times when 111-
(Sei- Norfolk’s pediirree.) Ilia
was higher last week than at any time for cattle to the Malheur country fi-wn Butte pects for an extended run. At Galice creek
health conqselled him to
"Nettie W.,” by “Belmont: , »» ” second dam
“Ladv Davis,” by “Bed Bill.” (Seo St nd
Frank was a young man of ability and good years, ow ing to heavy rains and melting snow. creek. It is the intention oi these gentlemen everybody is busy, liaukett A Co., at the
ILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION
B »ok.) The same authority gives “l.adj-
forwarding goods consigned to their
qualities, and his untimely death will lie de
A California lion attacked the stage on the
mouth of Slate creek, are moving a great GRIFFIN—In Jacksonville, April 2d, to Havis" as the dam of “Dashaway,” "Beau i care. to Freight
money advanced. Commis
plored by a large circle of friends.
Sacramento river road the other night, but was
regard’’ and "Richmond,” ali by "Bel sions reasonable. All business in thia line
.amount of gravel, having two giants in con
shall receive our prompt attention.
frightened away before doing any serious dam- therefor.
stant operation. A few boxes were cleaned
T hrms ;—For the season, $35. Grain and
E xtektainment N ext W eek The Jack ruxe.
All consignments to our care should
H-<n. H. H. Gilfry, Grand Master of the up here the other -lay ami the result is said to
other marketable prodtim* taken at cash lie marked G. B. A., Rowburg, Oregon.
sonville Amateur Association will give its first
i; Pasturage furnished.
E. Graupner exhibited a line Perch cron horse In<li'p<n<lent Order of Oild Fellows of this have exceeded expectation«. It is lielieved
.John, infant son of Christian and Alice
entertainment on Saturday evening. April 12th,
BOOTH A CLOUGH.
Vlrich; aged ten days.
RANCH FOR SATT,
upon which occasion “Among the Breakers, on our streets Saturday List. The anima! proper observance of the anniversary of the
up by this company w hen the season close.«.
one of Baker’s liest plays, and tlm r.-ariug farce, weighs l.fi’H> pounds and is evidently “some foundation of the order in America, and au
FOR SALE !
rnilE RANCH KNOWN AS THE BEN-
thorizing the use of regalia, etc., in public on
by Appvaranc. «, ‘ will be pre
I nett ranche, situated on the Illinois
t CHOICE MILL SITE, INCLUDING River Imtween Kerbyville and Waldo, Jose
Leander Neil, of Ashland, was in town last that occasion.
sented. On the Saturday evening following,
scholastic year commences next Monday, the t GOOD. RELLABLE.ENERGETTC M AN .\ a heavy frame building 24 foot »quare,, phine Co., isofTereil for sale. The ranch ca - ui -
the beautiful drama, “A Revelation, ami week. He informs us that his brother, John,
The citizens of Ashland ami Wagner creek i th inst. \\ e an- pleased to note that this ex-
to act as agent for the sale of TH E N EW with a set <>t Freiu-h burr«, mill race hav prises grain, meadow ami garden land sli
NO.8. WHEELERA Wll.soN MACHINE ing a capacity of 2,(MM) inches of water which under good cultivation. There is a commo
“Sarah’s Young Man" will lie put iq-on the w ho has been reported dangerously ill, is re school districts w ill hold meetings on Saturday
c -llent school is in a flourishing condition.
i« available at all times of the year, with l'i dious dwelling house and barn thereon
in Jackson and Josephine counties.
boards. This change is made in deference to covering.
next -the former for the purjiose of voting up
Must be able to furnish a team and give feet drop. This mill is situated in the busti Isith nearly new. Also a fine fruit orchard
Henry Smith of Wolf creek lias purchased on th-- pr<-j»-'siti->n of le- ying a tax for huild-
the wishes of several residents of this place.
F or the W illamette V alley .—W. C. references as to energy ami honesty. The wheat-grow ing country on Applegate and growing on I he sanio. The place jM wr'|
17 miles distant from the nearest flouring wateredand supplied with ‘rrigalingditchr«
Bros', store at Galice creek and will ing purposes; the latter to reconsider the 1 evy Myer started north last week, taking with him right kind ot a man can make money.
The Association is now rehearsing these plays,
For further particulars enquire <d Ac. Time will be given for part |myme t
and it will endeavor to favor the public with keep it stocked with a full assortment of gen- made sometime since and correct exi sting ir- Gen. Fleury. He will be at Albany and Cor-
\ vhe .: li : r a wilson Mpgco.,
ED. HENDRICKS, Applegale, Jackson if desired. For further partlculars’aniUviG
rc 'tilarities therein.
valli. tor the cn -uing three m tilths.
fir-t-. l i s ]J- rtoi inanees.
Plain and Fancy Candies, Nuts, Etc.
NOTiCE TO HORSEMEN.
BARBERSHOP & BATH ROOMS
OWENS & PLYMALE,