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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1879)
Shr gmunatii uiniw.
The Mann and pleasant weather prevailing
at present is received with favor by the farm
ers and stock-raisers. The miners would pre- J
fer more rain, however.
» ar ri
A n E xcellent I dea .—The question of se
SIR ASTLEY COOPER’S DR. MINTIE S_NE?HRETICUM.
Water is becoming scarce.
D r . M i . ntie ' s N epkketicum work» wou«
. traeting much attention and has been canvassed
I11 all ease* of Dropsy, Bright'* Iii»-
New goods at Howard’s.
The mining season is approaching a close.
APRII. 25, 1879
• by our citizens during the past week. Iu
6a.se, Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Com«
plaint*, or Retention of Urine, are cored by
Read the new’ advertisements.
| C. C. Kuney, representing Knapp, Burrell I Gin Lin’s last run of three weeks paid him fact, some action in the matter is already
the Neplireticum. Female Weakne*.*, Giav-
TO aoveriinerm .
A Co., of Portland, is iu this section at present nearly $3,(MX) gross.
being taken. Bybee’s Grove has long ago
Ixical correspondence solicited.
el. Diabetes, pain in the back, ride ai d
loin are curod when all other medicines
found to be unsuited to public occasions
The TIMES has the largest eircnlation
Mill remain several weeks.
for evident reasons, and some of our enterpris
for sale at the T imes office.
• ver attniueil in Southern Oregon by any
See what the druggists of Port la ml and
Miss Belle Drake of Ashland is in town.
ing citizens propose furnishing a place of public 1
i Mrs. I. AV. Berry's Spring millinery goods
Nan Francisco say about Dr. Mintfe's No-
newspaper and therefore offers snperior
Salmon trout are running up Rogue river.
phreticum and English Dandelion Pllb;
resort that will answer all purposes. C. C.
Inducements to advertisers. Our list Is
have caused quite a furore among the Ladies. for three claims on Briggs' creek.
We have sold a large amount of Dr. Min«
principally con tini-<1 to Jackson. Jose
A May-Day party will be held at the Pen- Being of the latest and most elegant styles,
I Beekman and D. Linn own a parcel of Linda
phine anil latke counties. Iliislncss men inger place.
The Grand Applegate Company expects to short distance west of Uol. J. N. T. Miller’s VTERVOUS
vr ERvous DEBILITY, PREMATURE tie's medicines; The English Dandelion
they are decidedly popular.
should take note of this.
11 Decline, Muscular Weakness, Lost Pills; also the famed Neplireticum, and iu
commence piping in about six weeks.
farm, which is found to possess the necessary Manhood, Defective Memory, Paralysis, all cases highly recommended:
There has been considerable mortality among
A Kerbyville correspondent writes 11s that
John A. Childs, Druggist, Second street,
The Palmer creek company will clean up requirements, and they have very generous- j Despondency and all conditions produced
N ew G oods .—Beggs’ teams returned from early lambs.
there is a perfect dearth of news iu Josephine
this week and suspend operations for the pres ly offered to allow tho public its perpet-:
('. H. AVoodward it Co., Druggists, corner
Roseburg yesterday loaded with goods for
I>. AV. ( rosby is assistant engineer at the county. The «Silver creek mines even fail to
mature years. Price, $3 a bottle, or four
nal use free of any charge. It is situated, times the quantity for $10. Sent to any ad First and Alder streets, Portland.
Reames Bros., J. S. Howard, C. AV. Savage, Railroad Saloon.
, create a ripple of excitement.
! Messrs. Abrams ,t Carroll, wholesale
Messrs. Chadwick and McNevin will pros- about a mile from town and is easy of access j dress by Proprietors,
Grob & Ulrich and others.
Druggists, Nos. 3 and 5 Front street, H. F.
Several ladies and gentlemen from Ashland
Frank Ball exhibited a fine “Scamperdown 1’’ i
! pect some quartz ledges in Josephine county from various directions. A lieantiful grove of ■
We regard the Neplireticum as the best
DR. A. F.. MIN FIE A CO.,
were in town this week.
colt in town last Saturday that is a beauty. I
Kidney and Bladder remedy before the
F or J osephine C ounty .--Judge Hanna, Dis
pines flourishes there, supplying ample shade,
I ujion their return.
(Graduate University of Pennsvlvania, late public. All druggists keep them.
E. B. ( aton and J. VV illiams have taken He M ill lie two years old in June. In size and
trict Attorney Neil and A. C. Jones,Esq., leave
i The County Clerk of Josephine has rece ntly ; while water could be conveniently procured |
resident Surgeon Ortlioprraic Hos
For all derangements of the Liver,
for Josephine county Sunday to hold the April
Use Dr. Milltie’s English Dandelion Pills.
l recorded ten notices of location on tlie Yank j from Walker’s creek, not far distant. Several |
For Biliousness and Dyspepsia,
term of the Circuit Court, which commences
In Justice Huffer’» Court last Saturday, in : ledge at Galice creek.
More building will be done in Jacksonville
of our citizens have visited thus location and No-
11 Kearney Street, San Francisco. Use Dr. Mintie’s English Dandelion Pills.
this year than ever before.
the suit of E. Stanclift vs. Nyswanner A Con
find the project in view quite feasible, it will i
For Fever and Ague,
Magruder, Constant h. Co. will commence
TO RE HAD OF ALL DRUGGISTS.
don, to recover jiossession of a wagon, judg
' require the outlay of no large amount of money !
Use Dr. Mintie’s English Dandelion Pills.
F ire .—The residence of J. W. White, on
operations on their Big Applegate enterprise
Every family should not fail to keep the
ment uas rendered for plaintiff.
; and labor to trim the trees, fit up the'grounds i HOnClE. 1»AVIN A «'<».. of Portland,
Agents for Oregon and Waslil iigloii
Applegate, was burned to the ground on Sun near Wilderville, Josephine county.
about the 1st of May.
Dandelion Pills on hand.
i and purchase water-pipe; and when this is |
Barney Miller, Hemphill A Co., AV. AV.
Dr. Mintie’s Remedies Mill not “Cure all
Simon Abraham, of San Francisco, has ac
day afternoon while the proprietor w*as visiting
i complete we can boast of public grounds that '
Kentnor and Harris A Neil are erecting build
Complaints,” but M ill give immediate relief
a neighbor. It is supposed to have been the cepted a position iu E. Jacobs' store.
miner, has both of his “giants” in operation ' would be a credit to any interior town. We
DR. MINTIE’S large HOSPITAL EX- and perfect a cure in all cases, if taken ac
■work of an incendiary.
cording to directions, which they are recom
Sheriff Bybee has gone to Josephine county
and is making a profitable run.
trust that the interest manifested in this mat- PERl EN( 'Eenables him to treat all diseases mended for.
contemplate doing likeMase soon.
of a delicate or private nature i.i the most |
to look after his mining interests there.
Dit. A. E. M ixtie : A Co.—Gents; I vol
O tf . n for B vsinbs .—The New’ State Hotel
Owens A Plymale, forwarding and shipping 1 Everyone interested in mining should have ter will not be allowed to subside.
scientific manner. Charges reasonable.
Office hours—10 to 3 and 6 to 8 evenings; unteer to say your English Dandelion Pill»
is now' open for the reception of guests. The
merchants at Roseburg, have a fair share of! a copy of Copp’s Hand-book of Mining Law.
equal and even surpass all you claim
D efendants Arqr ittei >. —The partie« ar- Sundays 11 to 1 only.
proprietor, C. AV. Savage, has fitted out the opened a new saloon at Smith River, Cal.
the business for this section. They are quite For sale at the T imes office at $1 a copy.
"from mv experience in their use.” Fancy
Beautiful visiting cards, of every description, successful m their endeavors to give satisfac
tlicv have no equal for Dyspepsia and Liver
house in first-cla-<s stylo ami will spare no pains
Piping is still progressing at Kubli A Bolt’s rested last week on a warrant sworn out by
J. A. STH.iwniiiHiE,
printed at the T imes office at Eastern prices.
to give general satisfaction.
claim on Farris Gulch. Several pieces weigh David Wilbee, of Willi ains’ creek, were dis
ing from $2 to $5 each have been picked up charged Friday by Justice Huffer, the evi-
AV. J. Gregory, of Manzanita precinct is
Portland, Sept. 17, 1*7*.
G oods L ost . — Several of our business men
, deuce against them not living of a conclu
Dit. A. E. M ixtie A Co.—Gents: I have
erecting a new residence of fine proportions.
Big and Little Butte creeks l>y recent rains. here.
■were losers by the “Great Republic” disaster.
character. As our readers will rem
— Th.e Thoroughbred Stallion used your famed English Dandelion Pills
T. L. Beck is now engaged in cleaning tin « _ .« •
Newman Fisher received a large assortment Grain is also not as far advanced there as it
for torpid liver and dyspepsia and can
We have learned of the following losses: A.
, , . ,
,,ur< tins atlair grew out of an attempt on the
freelv sav, they are the besi Pills I ever
Fisher A (’<>., $350; Reames Bros., $150; M.
part of \\ ilbee to remove the Kuder school
had. I can recommend them as a sure pre
the vicinity of Willow Springs are doing like
E. Diinick of Grant's Pass will connect his good crop are excellent.
ventive and positive cure in all cases of
Shannon, 1,GOO pounds of iron; Geo. Schumpf.
house from the place where it stands, which
fever and ague. 'Truly yours,
residence and store by un acoustic telephone.
M rs. P. P. Prim this week received an wise.
a force pump.
action was opposed by many of the resi-
A mos P ahiriikje , Contractor.
Water is becoming light at the Hamilton dig dents of the immediate vicinity, The defentl-
An agent for a Portland house was in town elegant stock of millinery goods. .She has
Portland. Oct. 5. 1*7*.
T he D iamond F ield .—Those interested in
D r . M ixtii : A Co. treat all Clironicanii
during the past w eek buying up hides, furs, etc. secured the building on California street for gings and the reservoir will soon be brought ants were accorded a jury trial, four of them—
base ball are requested to meet at the Court
Diseas, s w itli sii<-<*ess. No. 11 Kear
McDaniel, Jones, Baldwin and Rexford -be
The T imes furnishes more reading matter merly occupied by Dr. Robinson and M ill be
ney St., Nan Fianciseo, ('al.
House to-morrow (Saturday) at 1 o’clock I1. M.
ready for business in a feM’ days.
ing tried together first. The jury acquitting rpiIIS THOROUGHBRED STALLION
The object of the meeting will be the reorgan I than any paper published in Southern Oregon.
V. S. Ralls, who has an excellent claim in these, the others were, upon motion of District 1 will make the ensuing season. com
A. Fisher, until recently a resident of Jack
There are now six licensed saloons in Jose
ization of the Jacksonville Base Ball Club for
sonville, returned from San Francisco on Mon Willow Springs district, cleaned up recently Attorney Neil, also discharged from custody. mencing April 1st and ending July 1st, as
phine county. A few years ago there was but
the Summer campaign.
day last and m ill remain until Fall, lie is of I and realized about $65 per day while thus en It is not likely that Wilbee lias gratified the
Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Is tho place to go for anything in the
stable of J. W. Manning in Jacksonville, hardware line. He has a large »nd
P rofessional .—We would call attention to
Rnuior says that S. W. Kilgore will soon is inclined to relocate among us.
and the remainder of the week at our stable superior stock of Rifles, Shot Guns and
Sam. Bowden and others are now engaged
the professional car I of D. Gaby, Esq., wlr.ch
near Fort Lane.
lead one of Ashland's fairest daughters to the
Sporting M iterial, and in fact every
The condition of Thus. G. Dews, who has in tunneling on Althouse creek in hopes of dis curred.
appears among the new advertisements else
DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE.
thing frotu an Anvil to a
been seriously ill for some time past, was slight covering the old channel which proved so rich
where. Mr. Gaby has permanently located at
M ay D ay U i i . ebii . vi to\. Those having the ’ Si'AMl’ERDowN is a beautiful dark bay, 16
hands lii-ih, seven years old this Spring,
ly improved at last accounts. He is suffering in early days.
Lakeview, the county seat of Like, and, being
celebration of May Day in hand projiose that it and as to form and appearance is tineqtialed
an attorney of experience and much energy, we ing and otherwise improving the streets this from an affection of the brain and his recovery I The Squaw Lake Company is now piping shall excel anything of the kind ever attempt- , in the Slate. He was bred by Theo. Win
is considered doubtful by the physicians in at aw ay in earnest and moving a large amount of
take pleasure in recommending him to the pub week.
ed in this place. An interesting programme ! ters, of 1 'alifornia.and was sired by Norfolk. Key. He sells at LESS than Bedrock
gravel. Superintiuident Klippel anticipates an has been arranged for the occasion. The young (See Norfolk's pedi•.•rec.) His first dam is prices FOR CASH, nml all those pur
“Nettie W.,” by “Belmont;” second dam
street for the purjiose of establishing its botin.
L. J. Powell, State Superintendent of Pub extended and profitable run.
“Lady Davis,” by "Red Bill” (See Stud chasing Building Hardware, Tonin of
T ime C hanged .—The roads having improv dariea.
lic Instruction, has had printed some beauti
The pleasant weather of the past few days past nine o'clock a . m ., and.after croMiiing the ! B>ok.) The same authority gives “Lady ••very kind, Paints, (Has-, Cordage,
ed considerably within the past few days, the
Davis” as the dam of "Dashaway,” "Bean
The Jacksonville Dramatic Association will
has caused a perceptible diminution in the sup May Queen, M ill take up a line of march for regard” ami “Richmond,” ali by "Bel Blushes, &e., have
stages now run through without laying over at
hold a business meeting at Veit’s hall this to p«Tsons qualify ing by specially meritorious ply of water for mining purposes and many Bybee's («rove, preceded by the Jacksonville mont.”
Yreka ami Levens’ for the night and arrive in evening.
T erms :—For tin* season, $‘55. Grain ami
standing at examinations for life or long period miners are now engaged in cleaning up.
Brass Band. Here appropriate exercises will
Jacksonville in the day-time. The Stage Com
other marketable produce taken at cash
No frosts of consequence have occurred as
That he is detentiined to undersell any
Operations have been resumed on the old I>e had. There will also be foot racing, pole- prices, va . P.istura-jo furnished.
pany Mill adopt the Summer schedule in about
('. B. Watson A Co., who Mere a year ago
yet, and the fruit crop promises to be unusual
in the market, an i people who
Johnson ledge at Blackwell, by parties from
a month, or whenever it becomes possible to
.warded a contract for surveying Government
Cutlery, (¿‘i.ttiz or Spy Glasses,
California. A shaft is being stink and the
make fast time.
or anything made ot iron;
Hon. Henry Klippeloffers .sever.il desirable
prospectors are sanguine of favorable results.
NortiE.—As Dr. J. W. Robinson v ill town lots for sale. Read his advertisement sume operations soon. 'They Mere unable to
The proprietors of the Steamboat quartz
R em . E state T ransa 'TI ons . The follow
complete their labors la-t Sumnur on account
start for Salem soon, he has placed his elscw here.
transactions in real estate havelieen record
notes on 1 accounts in the lian b of E. H. Au-
A. D. Helman ami other citizens of Ashland
powers of trustee and have given him authority ed since the last issue of the T imes :
Fact penpie froto every place or from
tenrievh, E;p for collection, notiee of which have the erection of a brick building in coti.
Sheriff Hogan of Douglas county turned over
to incorporate a company in the interests of
Samuel ( silver and wife to Tims. Aspinw all,
is given elsewhere. We are pleased to learn templatiou.
a delinquent tax list of less than $1,(MX). When
lot 5, block No. 1, in I’lncuix. Uonsideration,
that the Doctor will return and resume the
We consider that the total tax to b 'Collected M as
The Jacksonville P«rass Band is in recent re-
It is report' ll from the north that ex-Gover- $1.
nearly .-'50.00<). it becomes evident that Mr.
Will find that he a; cans business, and
practice of his profession here, where he has
UU ipt of new music and is practicing regularly
Jas. A. Cardwell and wife to John Williams,
w ill got bug,Hus by calling ou him be
Hogan and his deputy, Mr. Cox, are collectors
met with much success, as soon as possible.
tor coming events.
located in premises in Jacksonville. (’onsid iration,
going els w Beto.
of unusual excellence.
O. Weare to John M ittis, 124acres in Fool’s
Douglas comity, in the interest of ( 'alifornia
T he R o . k P oint B ridge .—We learn that
The entertainment given by the Ashland
The pleasant weather now prevailing has capitalists. The price offered is said to be creek precinct. Consideration, $100.
H. BUSSZLL, PaCPBIETOB.
w T •
the original proposition in. the Rock Point Base Ball Club List Saturday evening gave
caused a decided change for the better in the $50,000.
bridge matter has been abandoned and another general satisfaction.
B links at the "T imes ” O ffice . We have
condition of Mrs. Dr. Robins-m and. if these
Joe Clough, who returned from Josephine
plan adopte I. No a: I w ill be solicited from the
The Willow Springs district school re-opened favorable symptoms continue, this lady will be
just printed a completo assortment of blank
HE UNDERSIGNED, BEING STA-
county last week, informs us that snow-storms
county, but Hayman I A M.i;rmL r, White recently under the direction of Jas. Pelton,
tioned at Ashland again, has turned his
road supervisor's receipts, assessnicJit schedules
are still prevalent in the Silver creek k section
Br<«., and othirs will build. 1 substantial struc l’iie attendance is fair.
attention to the
for the benefit of her health.
for school districts, ironclad notes, deeds,
and tha at it is t'M» early for effective mining there
ture on their own account. Bids have been
Tlio.s. Mc.Andrew, who has one of the best
L. Shideler, the energetic Road Supervisor of as yet. Operations have been commenced by mortgages, attorney's summonses, receipts,
WILL MAKE THE ENSUING SEASON
receive 1 from various parties and the contract
and cleanest bands of sheep in the county, is district No. 4, has replaced the Morn-out . ..... I
11 at the following named places; At
Justice's blanks, etc., which will be disposed
some, but nothing in particular is reported.
and is fully prepared to fill all orders in J. Bailey’s,on theeast side<4 Bearcreek two
will lie let in a few days.
now engaged in shearing.
en culverts on the road tietween Lacy’s and
this line with neatness and dispatch and at miles north of I'hmnix, Mondays « nd Tues
The Ashland pa tv that located claims on blanks kept on hand or printed to order.
prices to suit the times.
R kligiofs I tems .—Rev. D. A. Crowell will
Messrs. H rryfurd of Goose Lake valley Van Dyke’s with neu' ones made of stone. It
day* <>f each week 'luring the season; at 1*.
Briggs'creek sometime since are now engagedin
MoNTM ENT’S, TA BEETS, 11EAI-8TON ES Simon's at Eagle Point, Wednesday* and
hold services at Plio-nix next Sunday morning were offered $.”’1,009 for their band of stock re Mould not be amiss for supervisors of other
I n V acation . Judge Hanna on Monday
working them, w itli excellent results. Due of
Thursdays; at mv tdaee, on the north tado
road districts to follow suit.
at the usual hour, and at the M. E. Church iu cently, but refused to sell.
rendered a decision in the Canyon road Executed in any description of marble. of Rogue river, L’lldays and Saturdays.
the party passed through Jacksonville this
Every variety <4 cemetery and other stone
Ben. Haymond, of Rock Point, w.as in town
Jacksonville in the eveuieg at 7 01 lock ....
John S. Drum and Win. Ga«s left Oakland,
DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE:
week on Lis return w ith a load of supnlies, and ease, which has again come up before His work executed in a satisfactory manner.
Elder M. Peterson will pre .uh at Eagle Point Cal., for Alaska on the 19th. They are inter
Turpin is five years old next June,
he says that the diggings are in some instances Honor in one of its many phases, The excep-
and is a beautiful dapple bay with a small
fairs in that region and informs us that the I
next Sunday morning at 11 o’chick, taking his ested m a copper mine there.
paying as high as $5 and $6 per day to the tiens to the answers of W. R. Willis, Sol.
white star in forehead, one white foot, and
J. II. RUSNELL, Ashland, Or.
miners are .still at work and anticipate a profit
text from the II. Daniel.... Rev. M. A. Wil
weighs 1,330 pounds. He w as sited by Ad.
Abraham and Hyman Abraham were sustained
E. A. Buick, of Myrtle creek, has returned
able run, while farming interests were never
liams will hold communion services at the
Sizemore’s "Frank,” and he by imported
from the Sandwich Islands but little improved in a more flourishing condition.
Johnson A Allison, engaged in mining on in part and further time was granted for the
Suffolk Punch,or better know n as tlx* Noble
Presbyterian Church at Ashland next Sunday
in health, we are sorry to learn.
the right hand fork of Jackson creek, picked tiling of exceptions and answers.
Hunter, of England. Dick Turpin’a
The Circuit Court for .Josephine county eon- 1
dam was sired byS. Hogget's Lninniux.and
A communication from Jay Beach, owner of vencs next Monday, the 28th inst. The dock tipa nugget valued at $21.50 the other day.
73 620 MORE
M ay -D ay B all .—A social ¡»arty will be
I he by Owensby’s Liiinmux and out of a Mes
S ervice I ncreased . —The service on the the thoroughbred horse Altamont, will be et is light and few cases of imjHirtance are like- ■ They are still engaged in piping, but expect to given at Veit Schutz’ Hall next Thursday
senger mare bred in Kentucky. Dick’«
! clean up before long, as water is beginning to
grand dam, on the horse’s side, was a Jack
route between this place and Waldo has been found elsewhere. It speaks for itself.
ly to come up for trial this term. The case
evening. May 1st. The best of music will be
fail. They are also inconvenienced by the niin-
increased ami the mails will lie carried tri
Mrs. Wm. Williams left for Alturas, Modoc of the State vs. J. J. Moore will probably go!
furnished by the Jacksonville Brass ami String
TERM'S—Single'serviee $1- for tho season
weekly instead of semi-weekly between these county. Cal., Monday, to join her husband, who to Douglas county on a change of venue.
$10. Wheat, oats and barley taken at mark
SOLD IX 1878
Band. Tickets, $1. Everybody is invited to
j above them and catch the waters of the creek
et price. Twit percent, discount on ca . s I i pay
points from May 1st. Such is the informa is engaged in the saloon business there.
We learn that the Presbyterians of this vi- .
I in a reservoir.
tion received here recently. However, we
For further information inquire of
Sol. Caro, agent for Zacharias & Green, im cinity will soon take steps toward building a
(’ all and S ee U s .—We have been sending
learn that Mr. (Jarrett is averse to performing
JAMES W. COLLINS.
porters of diamonds and jewelry, San Francis
sold 1’7,Mí Sowing MnthinfR.
Sam’s A’alley, April 4th, 1879.
this week and w ill make another trip to that out statements of account to those indebted to
the ad litional duties imposed upon him, as
co, will be in this place about April 28th.
I section soon if lie succeeds in securing a load. the T imes office and would be pleased to receive
the slight advance in price would hardly justi
Rail fences in many parts of the valley are every prospect that a substantial edifice will | He informs us that the country is of a moun-
NEW LIVERY STABLE,
an early response thereto. County scrip will
fy him iu doing so.
lie erected on it before the lapse of many years.
being si’persedcd by fences made of lumber,
/ \ U R S A LES 11A V E 1 N( ’ R E AS ED EN OR -
Henry Mensor, in a challenge to the foot i tainous nature, the road leading over a steep lie taken at par.
V ery S trange .—We are informed that J. which are cheaper and require less space.
* ’ mouslv every year through the w hole
BACK OF UOUBT HOUSE,
racers of Jackson, Josephine and Lake counties,
Spence killed a deer on Brushy creek one day
P roperty S old .—Thos. Chavner has sold period ot “hard time*.”
B. AV. Dean returned from Roseburg yester
rCTWe now sell three quarters of all the
last week and, in dressing it, found a smooth, day with a load of goods for Geo. V\ . Elliott. announces that he will meet any of them in a I claims have been located on the creek, many the dwelling-house opposite the Catholic Sewing Machines sold in the World.
J. W. MANNING.
D. H. FEATHERS, Agent.
white fir sprig alxuit a foot in length and two He reports the roads in a fearful condition.
■ of w hich are row being prospected. (¡old has Church to Tims. J. Kenney for $525,
inehesin circumference imbedded in its entrails.
AA’in. Came ■ron of Applegate brought a load yards, and a forfeit of $50 to be deposited by j been found in paying quantities, and it is be-
V ary the monotony of these dull , times by
The stick had passed through the liver and en
; lieved that the mines on this creek are liable drinking Matt. Dillon's choice beverages.
of tine salmon trout to town yesterday, He June 1st.
AVING LATELY FITTED UP THE
tered the region of the heart, where, after a
experienced no difficulty iu disposing of them. I 1 Many of our citizens are of the opinion that ' to prove rich and better than those 011 Silver They w ill make you feel rich.
commodious barn <- ii lieNcliooi House
lapse of time, it had grown fast. Its presence
l-’lat and in the rear of the Court House. 1
it would be best to purchase the grounds for a creek.
was doubtless attributable to an accident, but
am now fiillv prepared to attend to nil bus
T he scarcity of Diamonds, Gold and Silver,
The Centennial Company, in the Willow
surrendered the ribbons to John public park elsewhere referred to and make tile
iness in my line with promptness and dis-
that the deer should thus survive such injuries A'reka, has
i Springs district, suspended piping recently, but
patch and at the most reasonable ratea.
Lathrop and will go to the Silver creek mines. Board of Trustees the custodian. We believe
is a sure indication of their value.
(’A LI EOKNIA STREET,
is quite mysterious.
this would be the better plan; but we do not still h;<a some water with which to ground i Thus it is with a valuable medicine: Dr. Aitg. i '
A large amount of merchandise went down
R ailroad A nt I'TI' aitons .—It is rumored on the “Great Republic;” but M. Mensor is desire to see the enterprise fail through dif sluice a few hours each day. These diggings Kaiser’s celebrateli German Pulmonic Elixir,
Oregon. The Stable is furnished with the Lest ani-
ferences that are avoidable.
have not lieen thoroughly tested, owing to the through the jealousy of rivals has met with the Jacksonville,
that Judge Hamilton and J. K. Johnson of nevertheless selling his goods cheaper than ever.
nulls and most substantial buggies; also a
Al. McKenzie, the genial superintendent of ■ j I limited supply of water and attending incon
Crescent City will soon make au examination
first-class hack ami saddle-horse.
We learn that Messrs. Beekman and Linn de the Centennial mine at Willow Springs, has j veniences; but the clean-up has elucidated that j insurmountable obstacles have been thrown iu
Horses (Miarded, and the best care be
its way, but its opponents might as well try to
of the route between that place and this, for
cline selling their land on Walker's creek and been visiting the various hydraulic claims of | the ground is of an excellent character. This change the course of the Sun, sweep back the rplIE UNDERSIGNED IS 1 ULLA’ PRE- stow ed on them.
the purpose of ascertaining the practicability will tit up a public park on their own account.
Satisfaction gjimanteed in every instance.
! pared to do all work in his line in the
Southern Oregon. He will leave for Oakland lias been made especially manifest in the past Ocean with a broom or put out a prairie fire bot manner and at reasonable prices.
of constructing a narrow-gv
..... .. e»'ige railroad between
Give me a trial ami judge tor vourselve«.
J. Houck of Ashland was in town this week (Oregon), where his family resides, next week, ten days, the company having struck a rich
J. W. MANNING,
the two points, We trust there may be some
For the cure of Throat and Lung diseases,
HOT OR ««»1.1» H4T1IN
Jacksonville, Feb. 1, 1878.
search of building material. He lias several but returns in October next to engage iu min spot which promises to be of considerable ex such as Coughs, Colds, Consumption and Bron
foundation for this report,
improvements iu contemplation this Summer. ing operations more extensively than ever.
tent. Siqierintendeut McKenzie informs us1 chial Affections, it is unequaled. Its cures are (’an lie had at this place at all hours of the
can rely upon receiving the hearty co-opera-
A. P. H"T\ i , in < i ,
E. C. IxiRti,
truly magical. Ask your Druggists for it. day.
Marsh A. Co., of Ashland, have lieen awarded
429 Jackson st.,
25 Fi<>nt St.,
J. H. Penn offers his residence in this place that a “Little Giant” will be procured next The genuine bears the Prussian (’oat of Arms,
tion of the people of Southern Oregon in this
—desirable property by the way—for sale. I
enterprise, providing business is meant.
the fac simile signature, of Dr. Aug. Kaiser, and W. F. OWENS.
8. PIA MALE
Thatcher A Worden's new building at Link- He will also dispose of several head of horses, tensive scale than ever.
his name blown on every 75 cent bottle. I rial
A. P. HOTALIWGck CO„
A ccident . — los. Hess, living on Yankee ville.
lxittle, 25 cents.
including a fine Vermont stallion, and an ex
ontract R elet .—M. Colwell, to whom >
crock, in Chimney llx-k precinct, met with
(< eo. AV. Holt M ill soon be reinforced by ' cellent assortment of household and kitchen
a serious mishap wink* out hunting on tile 1. tli another brick-layer, when we may expect to furniture. Those desiring bargains should not
FINK UINKJ* ANI» I.IQI <»RN.
iust. It seems that w hile he was in the act of, see his hotel building assume proportions fail to read his advertisement elsewhere and between .Ashland and Lakeview, having failed REAMES In Jacksonville, April ISth, to the
Scilo Agent* for tho
FORWARDING AND SHIPPING AGENTS
to meet the requirements of his self-imposed
wife of T. G. Reames, asmi.
mounting his horse the hammer of his rifle rapidly.
give him a call.
duty, the Post Office Department at Washing- ;
J. 11. CUTTER
caught in some brush and discharged itself, the
The receipts of last Saturday evening's en
To-morrow will be the sixtieth anniversary ton authorized Postmaster Helman of Ashland |
ball striking near the elbow of his left arm,
tertainment amounted to $71; and, but for the of the intrixlnetion of the Independent Order to relet it. Wa learn that the latter official !
passing through it and shattering it badly.
inclement weather prevailing, would have been of Odd Fellows into the United States. There has given the contract to H. F. Phillips, of
seph. son of I. J. and Catherine Phipps; aged
Dr. Aiken was summoned an I,lindingth.it ampu much larger.
And W. J. Letup’* St. Louis Beer.
AVIBL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION
will lx* no public celebration of the event, but the Ashland Livery Stables, who agrees to per
about 12 years.
tation was necessary, took Hess’ atm off at near
1 ! to forwarding goods consigned t<> their
Dr. G. 11. Aiken has purchased the T'A’ault appropriate exercises in commemoration there form the service for $1,6(H> per month, or $19,- SHOEMAKER -On Gall’s creek. April 17th, rare. Freight money advunecd. Umnmis-
the shoulder. The wounded man was brought
Emetine,wife of J. Shoemaker,aged 39 years. sions reasonable. AH business in this line I Gen. Irnts for Stair l.iuMinciit limironcr Co
fronting mi (’.ilifornia str.-et, paving $400 of will be held in the halls of the different 200 a year. As this sum is hut about $6,000
to town Sunday to receive medical treatment.
papers please copy.]
shall receive our prompt attention.
o on it lodges in accordance with the rules and regula , a year in advance of that for which Colwell
Although seventy five years of age, lie is im tlieretor. He will erect a neat building
All consignments to our care should
tions of the Order.
be marked G. B. A., Roseburg, Oregon.
proving and will soon be able to be about
Business men should not forget that the lips will also find that lie lias a white elephant
rnilE UNDERSIGNED HAVE A BAND
cinct Mas thrown from a horse tile other day T imes office has ample facilities for the execu 011 his hands.
A CHANCE FOR EVERYBODY!
A S uccess .—The Jacksonville Dramatic As
1 of good, clean and well-graded sheep
and severely bruised, but fortunately escaped tion of commercial printing of every descrip
“S inger ” song of sixpence, a pocket full of!
sale, consisting of about five hundred
sociation was greeted by another .arge an li any serious injury.
tion in the lx’st style and at San Francisco
and fifty head, mostly ewes with lainba.
enee on Saturday evening last, the occasion of
rates. We make a specialty of bill heads, let-
LUMBER! LUMBER! These sheep are in good order—in fact there
Ryland, the pioneer showman, is making
As soon as it was opened the girls began to
is not a nicer bunch of sheep in the country
its second eutertainment. “Down l>y the Sea
tt r-heads, statements, envelopes,blank receipts,
money M ith his circus in the land of the Apach
It« nlze. They will be sold cheap, as w*
and “Sarah's Young Man" were presented in a
notes, etc. Keep your money at home by pat-
have not sufficient range for them. For
es, the horned toad and cactus. The Arizo , ronizing local enterprise.
TN CRONEMir.LEIUS BUILDING, IS
very creditable m inner and to the satisfaction
particulars inquire of
nians appreciate him.
the money; while mamma in the kitchen was 1 in receipt oi a full assortment of material 1 good sugar pine, yellow pine and tii
Interested parties having circulated disparag
of those who attended. It is hardly necessary
There is a movement on foot to lay out a ing statements against the trotting horse feeling awful funny. For now she knew and prepared to do ali work in his line on lumlier,consisting of first, second and third
Rock Point. Oregon.
to remark that the efforts of the Association
grade, on the yard at t he Yellow Jacket Saw
’twould lx- no task to make the children's short notice and in a workmanlike manner. Mill on Big Butte, which I will sell cheap for
m hereby the
Vehicles of every description made to order.
“Ophir," John Cow an, who has him in charge,
have been duly appreciated: the large at
clothes. Next time I go to Jacksonville I'll buy, Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaran cash, beef steers, bacon, grain or Hour. Give
tendance each evening is sufficient evidence
has procured the affidavits of resjmnsible resi
me a call
J. P. PARKER.
me one of those.
dents of Butte county. Cal., where the horse is
of that. Financially the entertainments were ton’s may be avoided.
Repairing a specialtv.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS AN EXCEL-
If you uant a ueat fitting pair of boots give liest known, which will set at rest any doubts
S. P. HANNA.
Farms for Sale.
S an F rancisco W ool M arket .—Quotations
JL lent threshing ma diine, in good order
<30 a success, the gross receipts of the two
which he will sell or trade upon liberal
ling $156. It is probable th it the Associa Geo. W. Frey a call. He is a good uorkman, regarding his pedigree and performances. These I ■*! this market are low. ('alifornia choice lots , T’OII MINING BLANKS GO THE TIMES
Persons desiring to purchase good farms terms. For further rmriiculara inquire of
Spring clip sell at 13^ 15c., and fair 1 O ffice . <'opp’s Hand-book of Mining of any size will do well to enquire of
tion will again appear before the public in the uses the best^material and guarantees satisfac are pnbl.shed in full elsewhere and we call the
Law always kept on hand. Price $1 a copy.
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon.
attention of horsemen to them.
' grades are quotable at 12(<i 13c. F lb.
future; but how =>oou we arc unable to state. tion in every instance.
At Chavner’» Ranch.
NOTICE TO HOBSEMEN.
i ■ > f. ,
ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS
DICK TURPIN !
BUY THE BEST.
BAR3ER SHOP & BATH ROOMS
OWENS & PLYftULE,
OLD BOURBON WHISKY,
SHEEP FOR SALE,