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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1879)
R. S. Dunlap will add stone steps to the
Lucky Queen Items.
NEW THIS WEEK.
Sexton's house and otherwise improve the
Harvest has commenced.
City Cemetery, which promises to be one of ■ and more will be attempted.
ing visit. He returned last Tuesday, accom
Warm weather here at last.
the finest buryiug-grounds on the Coast at DO
JULY 18, 1879.
by his daughter, Miss Élla, who
i Mining operations are still in full blast in
T WILL PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE I
i Local correspondence solictied.
goes to visit friends at that place.
i many portions of Josephine county.
1 for wheat to all those that are owing me,
Li M ills .—P. B. Lewis, an expe-
Clough & Carll are hauling passengers to
Rusticating parties are forming.
J. C. Trullingerof ^.storia arrived at this or in
* saddlorv, harness, aud
sr, has taken charge ofSifers’ mills | Breckenfeld is selling goods at panic prices. Coos Bay from Roseburg for $6 each and are
place this morning. He came to look after anything
in my line. HENRY JUDGE.
| peering a bar in the Big Applegate that he be
Jacksonville, July 17, 1879.
le, which he is placing in the best re
his mining interests and to prospect, several
; also selling through tickets to San Francisco
lieves will pay well.
The S. F. wool market remains unchanged.
will do a merchant aud exchange
■ for $14.50, furnishing a pleasant ride
Horse thieves are said to exist in Lake as cheap passage.
A full supply of mining blanks and Copp’s and Josephine counties.
i County Treasurer's First
— LOCATED AT—
*1 proposes giving as much flour,
bran for wheat as any mill inSouth-
S. D. Brastow, who ran as express messen- j tained at the T imes office.
The Foot’s creek post office has been discon-
i menced work oil their now ditch to carry I
■L We call attention to his adver-
ger between thia place ami Yreka along-
Frank Ennis informs us that water is begin 1 hurston claim, situated on Horse creek, a
side of C. C. Beekman and A. E. Raynes in
J acksonville , Or., July 16, 1879. J
J. H. Hoffman has gone east of the moun- the days of gold, passed through town last ning to fail at the Sterling mine and a clean tributary of Jnmp-off-Joe. The ditch is to
is hereby given that First Session will (’ommcncc Sept, lith, 1S79.
ORI am .—Jacksonville Lodge No. ■ tains on business.
be about two miles long.
there are funds in the County Treas
week. He is now acting as assistant su
. F., and Jacksonville Stamm No.
ury for the redemption ot county warrants
One day last week William Poll<»ck
BOARD OF TR« NTF.EN:
*. R. M., of which orders the late
protested from October 11th, 1875, to Decem-
. L. L. R ogers , President.
tions for tho season. The large mining com-
srer was an honored member, I of the best candies.
i>er 11th, 1875. Interest on llio same will A. G. RlMKEELLOW,
W. H. A tkinson ,
■ panics are all busy yet, however.
cease from this date.
8d appropriate resolutions in trib-
Mensor is still selling at low prices and
acob W agner ,
E. L.t Albert and Effingham SchiefTelin,
it would be cruel to take the life of his pris-
ohn W alker ,
tnemory. We were not furnished won’t lie undersold.
,3,.,wr without giving him a show for his
sons of C. SchiefTelin of Rogue river, have
Treasurer of Jackson Co., Oregon. I
F. B illings .
time tor this issue, hence do not f County scrip is taken at par on all accounts ' struck it rich in the quartz mines of Arizona I gaged in making a clean-up at its diggings, liberty. So he notified all the nimrods in
lem, much as we would have been
ami-ire said to be possessed of mining property but will resume piping immediately.
due the T imes office.
ground at eight o’clock the next morning. Kerlkyville Mill«
pOR THE PURPOSE OF FOUNDING THE
Mr. Failing, a gentleman interested in the I he appointed time came and all were at
Beggs brought the irons for the Rock Point
and . Normal
i Applegate gravel mine, arrived from the their posts. After some preliminary ar-
J ant I nstrument .—E. T. Kugler, bridge on his last trip.
Geo. Brown and John Hockenjos arc now I north Saturday and is now paying those rangernents Captain P. ordered the prison rnilESE WELL-KNOWN MILLS, SITU- pro]»crty known as the Ashland Academy has
door to be opened wide, when Mr. Bruin 1 ated at Kerbyville, Josephine county, lieeii placed, free from «lebt, under the control
of music, last week received a fine
Mrs. Duniway lectured at the Manzanita engaged in constructing a neat frame building diggings a visit.
of a Board of Trustees, w ho have inaugurated
walked to the door and, seeing the hunters are now prepared to do a
the use of his pupils. It is an up- i Church on Sunday last.
for Mrs. J. M. McCully. It will be occupied
and their dogs, came to the conclusion he
the enterprise by tilling the following ¡H»sitious
nan instrument, manufactured at
would not go. < >ut ho was hustled and away
R. L. Ish is manager of Manning 4 Webb’s by E. T. Kugler, instructor of music.
he went, t he dogs close beli ind, soon leaving
Saxon factory of Mansfeldt & Notni,
livery stable at present.
cisco, which is ample evidence that the mines Captain 1’. and hiseomniatid far in the rear.
vttne«« of tone and elegance of finish
lay in a first-class stock of goods of that region are paying well.
REV. LOWELL L. ROGERS, A. M.,President;
1 hat eveningt'aptain P. was minus his bear,
Sheriff Bybee has two deputies in the field
good merchantable wheat as any mill
e excelled by any of the best Ameri-
Professor of Mental ami Moral Sciences.
while Lieut. Tetherow lamented the loss of for
for the Hunter’s Emporium, where Fred. Fur-
in Southern Oregon. Elour
Flour sacked and
s, living one of the finest between collecting delinquent taxes.
I. NICHOLS, A. M., Vice President;
ry may be found during tho interim.
branded, customers furnishing sacks. The
ledge near Willow Springs and find the the next bear in a less considerate manner. highest market pri«*e paid for good mer
Professor of Mathematics.
nd San Francisco.
W. L. Eppinger of Portland is a duly au- j
Lucky Queen, July 11 th.
A couple of our citizens indulged in a horse- vein four feet in width and still widening.
chantable wheat in cash or goods. (Satis
MRS. A. A. ROGERS, Preceptress;
thorize«l agent of the T imes .
race Sunday last, which proved quite interest The ore is of an excellent quality.
!. F. I nstallation .—At a regular
faction guaranteed in all instances.
Teacher of English Grammar.
County Court Proceedings.
Schumpf4 Forman will establish a carpenter ing. No f:ist time was made, but some elegant
P. B. LEWIS.
Ashland Lodge No. 45, I. O. 0. F.,
MRS. JENNIE BALDWIN NICHOLS,
John Orth ami Henry l’ape have relocated
Kerbyville, July 16th, 1879.
feats in horsemanship were performed.
Teacher of Music and French.
he evening of the 12th, John A. shop in this place before long.
the Orth quartz ledge on Applegate and pro-
Frank Ball has sold his Phrenix property
coni|H‘tent, instrui’tors will l»e secured
rata- M., installed the following of-
The M. E. Church is being put in excellent |M>se prospecting it at an early date. The ruck I
the needs of the Institution require,
fierre: R- t. Neil, N. G. ; J. K. Helman, V.
repair and will receive the finishing touches promises to be uf an excellent quality.
may be proviiled with the best
G.; E. 1><-batt, R. s. ; Wali'ce Baldwin, P.
Lakeview anticipates upon the speedy erec this week. Rev. D. A. Crowell and J. T.
facilities for commencing and completing the
Wm. Nickell, who has returned from , ►Sheriff'.
8.; E. J. P flow, Treas ; I. 0. Miller, I. G.; tion of a brewery at that place.
Roloson are the supervising architects.
Briggs’ creek, does uot give a flattering ac-1 Newman Fisher, County Treasurer, was NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI’ follow ing COURSES OF STUDY:
A. D. Helq kn, R. S. N. G.; H. 8. Emery, L.
the undersigned has been appointed bv
H. L. Webb started for Fort Klamath Tues
Bro. Cornell of the "Mercury” exhibits afoml- ' count of that section. He says tho diggings authorized to receive and receipt for al)
1. C i . assk ai .. re'piiring six years, including
tho County Court of Jackson county, Ore
8. N. G.;1 ’r. Beesou, R. S. 8.; J. D. Fountain, day with Lieut. Shelton ami family.
ness for our local items and he would also ap- : are deep, hard to work and not particularly | moneys due this county from Lake.
studies. Graduates receive the
The petition of Jeptha Davison and others
L. S. S.; A « J Ball,
G.; . \yul Taylor,
Decrees ot A. B. and A. M.
W in. H. Shook left for Lake county Mon propriate our editorial squibs without bestow rich in gold.
fora mad leading up Andtuson creek was will of Jcs. Wetterer, deceased.
L. S. V. G.
2. S ciex i iri<, requiring four years. liegree
All persons indebted to said estate are re
day, but will return in Sejitember next.
i ing a scintilla of credit. Naughty, that!
C'apt. A. P. Ankeny of Portland arrived in . dismissed for want of prosecution.
Win. Bybee, Sheriff, files his report ot quested to settle the same immediately, and «•«»nfern’d. B. S.
L eiture I.—Mrs. Abigail Scott Duniway
L. Leonar«l of Althouse, Josephine county, ! town Wednesday am. is looking after his min-| moneys collected and paid over, showing those having claims against the estate w ill
For business, calling ami visiting cards,go to
3. N«» i : mal , C ommeri ial . and MrsicAt, oc
will lecture t the Court House this evening the T imes office. We make a specialty of them. has forwarded agricultural machinery to Lake ing interests in this section, lie is one of the ■ amount still delinquent to be 82,643.82. Re present them with the proper vouchers to cupy ing three years each. Diplomas given cer
port received and said officer given until me at my residence in Jacksonville, Jack- tifying to attaimiHTits of gnuluates.
at 8 o’clock . M., choosing as her subject “The
H. F. Nitlay has been appointed postmaster county, intending to attempt the cultivation of ! owners of the Sterling mine, which enterprise the first Monday in August in which to col son county, Oregon, within six months af
itenmal ear.” On Sunday next she will be
lie paid a visit.
ter the first publication of t his notice.
Tuition in four Collegiate Branches, $6 a
of the Lucky Queen P. 0. A good appoint a portion of his large ranch in that region.
Fit EDER IC K A WErrE RER,
Foot's i k. Returning, she will deliver ment.
Parties recently from Silver creek report ' The petition of Jas. Elliott and others for
month. Music, $5 a month (use of instrument
M. A. Brentano and family arrived from
Executrix of said estate.
a county road leading from Folin Linville's
last lec re in this place on the Monday
SI aiiditiotial). Vocal music in class, $3 a
lot to intersect the valley’ road was post
The County Treasurer elsewhere advertises
quarter. B»»ar»l in Boarding Hall or in Private
f^owing- abject: “A Week in Salt Lake
is engaged in business at The Corners, Smith tion making good wages, though none have poned until the next term for proof of post
Families, 83.50 to 84.50 a week. Rooms or
<>.” H further appointments are: Rock
river valley, to which point he returned this become ¡»ossessed of a bonanza as yet. Pros
‘s for self-l»<»anling, 82 to $5 ¡»er month.
In the matter of tho ¡»etition of J. B.
22d; Grant’s Pass, July 23d;
pects continue good and money seems to be Thomas
PARTIAL LIST OF TEXT BOOKS.
F THE RECEIl’lS AND EXPENDI-
The Roseburg Foundry wants 20,000 pounds
Robinson's Mathematics, Steele's Series in
illy 25th; Canyonville, July 26th
R. S. Armstrong’s mill on Evans' creek
tures of Jackson county, State of Ore Natural Sciences, Harkness' Latin, Fasquell’s
The sympathetic citizens of Jacksonville plentiful.
to the divide between the waters of Trail gon, from July 1, 1878, to July 1, 1879.
yrtle Creek, July 28th.
were this week favored with an opportunity of
French, Reed's Series in English Composition,
and Evans'creeks. Report of viewers ac
Richar«isoii's Piano Instruction.
bestowing alms u | k » u a one-arined mendicant, ledge in tho vicinity of Shivelly gulch and cepted and said road established as a pub
SuRvririM.—Messrs. McKenzie, Caton and
Amount of State tax and tor the
upon which several thousand dollars were' lic highway.
The Boani of Trustees met on Tuesday, but i
PROMINENT FEATURES AND ITEMS OF
:kelson, who have received a contract for adjourned to this evening without transacting 1 who exhibited a decided partiality for the ar- , expended at an early day, but since lying
.1. D. Fountain, School Superin redemption ot State warrants $ 10,525.67
per contra .
rveying G Iverument laml, started their par- any business.
1. The College will be chartered; and the
idlo. He believes that it will prove to be a tendent, showing the amount of school
money received ami distributed during fis By Co. Treasurer’s receifit from
Normal or Training School for Teachers will l»e
The boarding-house connected with Ashland
’ for the ?l»plegate couutry Monday, w here
cal year to ha\ e been $7,457.25,was approved.
Miss Alvina Hesse left for Crescent City on College w ill l»e under the management of 11. C. I valuable mine yet.
it is li<»|»e<l by social enactment, an a«l-
»ey will bean operations. When they have
A Silver creek correspondent says Simmons i The report of Newman Fisher, Treasurer,
I junet of the Public School system, ami Diplo
Warrants on County Treasurer.
Saturday last, intending to pay that place an Hill and wife, who efficiently conducted the
the condition ot l he school fund, show
, »mpleted tl eir allotted work in that region
mas mail« equivalent to first-gra<le certificates.
4 <’<>. and II. Todd are making $10 a day, I ui»on
warrants July 1st,
ing the amount received during the past Outstanding
same institution under 1’rof. Skidmore's re-
2. Ashland has no saloons. The sale of in
they will next proceed to Evans’ creek ami
1878............................................ $ 4,821 51
and Fehlt A Ficke ar« also doing well Mike fiscal year to have been $7,683.76, with $7,-
A thresher with necessary appurtenances, i gime.
liquors is ¡»roliibited by the Cityau-
there finish up their contract, which is uuder
Boer is said to have refused a considerable sum 165.99 as the amount disbursed, was ap Witnesses fees Slate
1 thorities, who are sustained by a strong public
the immediate supervision of A. 0. Eckelson,
Theo. Cameron returned from Ashland pre of money for his claim. Others are working
cases............................ 1,726 60
The annual report.sof E. B. Watson,Clerk,
an excellent civil engineer, ami formerly con •dvertising columns.
cinct last Tuesday, accompanied by his mother, away with fair results.
in Circuit and
3. The School will be under the supervision
and Newman Fisher. Treasurer, were ex Expenses
County Court............ 659 11
of an Evangelical Christian Church. The Bi-
Miss Mary Love left for Oakland, Cal., who has nearly reeovere«! from the injuries she
nected with the Northern Pacific engineering
amined, approved and or<lered published
Gin Lin cleaned tq> over seventy ounces of in D emocratic T imes and "Oregon Sen- Exj»enses in Justices’
I file will lie reverently rea<l ami studied; the
Monday, intending to attend Mills’ Seminary sustained here on May-day, we are glad to
Court........................... 769 90
of G<sl encouraged; but the Institu
during the ensuing year.
Co. Hospital expenses... • "»".l M
tion will l»e sectarian in no objectionable sense.
Ntw S ociety .—A number of boys, ranging
weeks’ run. He will clean up more freiptent-1 Bills to a considerable amount were au Expenses ot Roadsand
4. B«»ok-keeping, Business Arithmetic, Eng
The Griswold case is again winding its slow
John Kelley, the accomplished vocalist and ly than formerly, fearing that his sluices may : dited.
from sixteen to twenty years in age, met at the
Bridges....................... 5,735 56
lish Coin|«»siti«»n and other branches specially
Court House on Monday night and organized a
l»e roblied at anytime, an attempt at which ' B urnt in E efiot .—Mrs. Duniway was
preparatory for Business Life, will receive un
section, is giving entertainments in Northern having already been made.
literary society by electing Wm. Cardwell, Court for tho thir»l time.
burut in effigy on the streets of Jacksonville Expenses of insane.....
5. Th«- Preceptress will give her chief atten-
The I. O. 0. F. fraternity has the improve California, assisted by his wife. He will ¡»rob- I i Kretzer A Otten, mining on Farmer's Flat, i on the night following the advent of the
president; Ben.| Beekman, Vice Presideut; An-
“ Elections.. 302 65
! tion to the care and oversight of the young la
“New Northwest” containing her corre
y iw Hubbell, .'Secretary;
,')>ecretary; Jas. R. Little, Treas- ment of its cemetery in view, which it will | ably pay us a visit.
recently picked up a nugget of gold valued at | spondence from this place, and which re County........................ 7(»0 (»0
r; Frank Hu*fer, Warden. This organiza- enclose m ith a neat, new paling.
A very large concourse followed the remains $120, as also other smaller pieces, one <»f which flected in a shameful and unjust manner on State Patients.expenses 925 50
I 6. An Endowment of $20,000 will l»e, there
commencea its career with \ ate a mem-
is reason to ho|»e, promptly sul<scril>ed, ena
John Cimborsky, Deputy Great Sachem of of Jos. Wetterer to their last resting-place. | 1 weighed almost an ounce. Water has about at least one ot our citizens. The offense is Feos and salaries of
County Officers......... 4.951 92
bling the Trustees to reduce the present rates
tip, which (fromiaea to increase considera- the Improved Order of Red Men, has gone to The Odd Fellows and German Red Men turned failed here and preparations for next season's deserving of the severest condemnation,
but we doubt very much whethor this was Jailor's ft*es, board and
of tuition, sjwcially to Teachers, after the pres
u time. The boya should receive due latke county on official business.
out in full force, the deceased being an old work will soon l»e coiniuenceil.
an appropriate way of expressing it.
washing tor prisoners 537 53
ent year. Address communications to
this matter, as it may be
Repairsand expenses of
Fancy printing of every imaginable descrip member of l»oth orders.
| Towne 4 Reynolds, in the Sterling district, I P ersonal .— We this week received a pleas County buildings..... 892 00
Ashland College and Normal School,
active of « i such benefit to them and can tion execute 1 at the T imes office in style un J. R. Cameron this week purchased over 14,- have completed ground-sluicing ami are now ' ant call from Lieut. Shelton, who was on his re Stationery, lights A fuel 467 92
inly do noi harm’________
I j 000 pounds of wool of O. Harbaugh of Eden eiigageil in cleaning-up, which will occupy some
District Attorney's f«‘es
excelled ami at San Francisco rates.
turn to Fort Klamath from Vancouver, accom paid by Co., and at
The proposed foot-race between Henry Men precinct, paying him 18 cents ¡»er pound. This time. Mr. Reyuolds informs us that the panied by his family. We found the Lieuten torney in case of suit
N ew I sDKPEN1,,ES’r S chool R eaders .—
is one of the heaviest transactions in wool that Spring run proveil an average one, the results ant a very affable gentleman, speaking in the
with latke county...... 340 00
F Gunn Jtt8en^ f°r A. S. Barnes A Co., tor of this place and Geo. L’wis of Josephine
highest terms of the hospitality for which the Teinpirary aid to indi
I of wliieh have been quite favorable.
liahers of/new 8er*e!*
books re- County is said to l»e off for the ¡»resent.
[teople of Jacksonville are proverbial. It is to
P l* ” ° ed by the State, issues the follow-
The Morrell Minstrel Troujie, one of the
Ex-Governor Chailwiek has l»een recalled to be hoped that be will find occasion to visit us Printing for County......
Interest paid on re
School clerks who have been re land merchant, was in town Saturday. He most popular companies that travels through the Willamette valley, but will return in a frequently, for he is always welcome.
deemed warrants....... 801 60—$22,774 86 I
: the interior, will perform at the Club Room to- few weeks. This gentleman is doing much to ‘
inform county superintendents as reports that place moving steailily ahead.
chool T each eh W anted .—The direc
' night, as also to-morrow evening. We antici develop tho mining resources of Southern ’
r of school readers and spellers of
An entertainment will take place after har
tors ot Uniontown school district desire to
to the nu
pate a crowded house on each occasion.
vest in the pavilion erected in McCoy's grove
tive districts are hereby informe«l for the recent Fourth of July celebration.
I It is said that the Hamilton & Chap[»el dig- meet with the success belonging to him ami whom they will pay the best ot wages. By cash in hands of
Application should bo made forthwith.
Treasurer as J»er ex
ing such order through the super-
; gingsnearUniontown have been robbeil upon dif his colleagues.
I hibit July 1st, 1878....$ 6X3 29
to they are not thereby incurring any
ferent occasions recently,and it is believed that
Helms, Koster .t Co., are prospecting for
delinquent tax for
Justice’s blanks, attorney’s summonses, etc., the culprits have been carrying on a regular a quartz ledge in the vicinity <»! their dig-1 Ixwr. On the 28th of June, between Black- By 1877
H. RUSSELL, PROPRIETOR.
..................... ....... 261 17
can always be obtained at the T imes office.
gings on Foot’s creek. They believe that a otince case, with chain. The tinder will be lib
system of robbery for several months past.
era in making this request is simply to
istiruate of the number of hooks that is
The Foot’s Creek Minstrels vill to-night vein of ricli ore exists somewhere in the im erally rew arded by returning it to F. M. Par By amount Iroin Lake
rpilE UNDERSIGNED, BEING STA-
land College, was in town this week. He has give an entertainment at home for the benefit mediate neighborhood, a« a quartz nugget j
county for freight.....
to be required.
I tinned at Ashland again, lias turned his
By amount received for
already located at that ¡»lace with his family. [ of the new school-house. The evening's containing several hundred dollars in gold
entire attention to the
att T hunder -S torm .—A thunder-storm
T. G. Reames ami .1. R. Neil started for the amusement will conclude with a dance, follow- ami other smaller ones have at different
By amount from State
times been found there.
WOODY—MILLS—In Josephine county,
common violence occurred in the upper | . » Wagner creek mountains Monday, intending
for State Patients....... 1,249 17
e«l by a basket supper. A pleasant time is an
By amount from trial
and is fully prepared to fill all orders in
.on of the valley on Sunday last ami occa- ; t<>
( spend a few days in chasing the festive deer.
Drifting is carried on with good success by
Woo<ly and Miss Matilda Mills.
fees to County............
1 this line with neatness and dispatch aud at
.„..«d considerable damage to standing grain,
different ¡»arties on Foot’s creek. Johnson 4
The family of the late W. D. Moller, who
; prices to suit the times.
By amount from roads
J. E. Beggs’teams, three in number, brought
/hich it twisted into every conceivable shape. ,
and bridges............... 120 62
lost his life by an aecident at the Sterling 22,000 pounds of freight from Roseburg the Allison have purchased a half interest in the
MON I’ M ENTS, TA BLETS, IIEAI »STONES
By amount trotn costs
lightning and wind accompanied this unusual
mine recently, returned to California Monday. other «lay. One wagon, driven by Geo. Free diggings of Smith 4 Orders, ami havo ¡»repara
in criminal cases.......
Executed in any description of marble.
»henomenou and did their share in the devas-
tions under way to commence work in a short
By amount from China
Every variety ol cemetery and other stone
kting work. Telegraph poles were uprooted
time. In this way milling can be continued
work executed in a satisfactory manner.
Special attention given to orders from any
k»d shivered to pieces by the angry elements I year, owing to the cool weather. Some of '¡are considered among the heaviest loads ever i throughout the Summer aud until wet weather
THRESHER FOR SALE By and amount
part ot Southern Oregon. Address
ind water ran in great volume in public high the grain will not be ready to thresh for two hauled to the valley.
I makes ground-sluicing practicable.
By amount from taxes
J. 11. RUSSELL, Ashland, Or.
J. W. Manning and S. Booth started for
ways where not a particle of moisture was
for the assessment of
FIIIST-CLASS HAINES’ HEADER,
We learn that an immense mining enterpris«»
The I. 0. 0. F. celebration on the 18th of Roseburg Momlay with about forty head of
1878 .............................. 15,737 66
perceptible a few moments before. The storm,
together with wagon and all neces
is projected in the interest of California capi sary appurtenances,
amount ot County
vhicli fortunately lasted but a short time,
talists, which may take a definite sliaj»«» at no will be sold cheap and on very easy terms.
Indebtedness............ 9,194 46—$27,596 «H
teemed to be the most violent in the neighbor Ashl ami ami Kerbyville lodges are expected to former gentleman. They are said to l»e the distant date. It is proposed by the gentlemen Anv one desiring a good machine will avail
Keen pi tn In tion.
Is tho place to go for anything in the
hood of Phmnix. Similar occurrences have participate.
finest lot of animals that have been scut from having this matter in hand to purchase the themselves ot the opportunity now present To amount of money collected
hardware line. He has A large and
ed For further particulars, inquire at the
from all sources........................ $33,364 13 superioi stock of Rifles, Shot Guns and
been frequent this season, but were eon fined to
Flour, which should be rising in price at this section for sometime.
■ various A|»ph‘gate miues ami run a ditch that T imes office, soon.
ri:n contra .
iertain localities and did not extend far beyond ■this seasou of the year, has taken a sudden
W. H. Byars'surveying party passed through [will coverthem all, as also a large extent of i
Sporting M iterial, ami in fact every«
dr . mintie s nephreticum .
By amount paid State..$10,525 67
hbm; aud what is still lietter, worked no great tumble, owing to the contentions of some of the valley last week en route from Roseburg I | diggings several miles bey »ml. We I iojhi to
thing from an Anvil to a
“ to school fund 4,436 55
for Goose Lake valley, where it will enter upon give the full particulars to our readers before [ D r . M intie ’ s N ephreticum works won “
“ collected tor
ders. In all cases of Dropsy, Bright’s Dis County purp«>M*s..... 18,101 91—$33,364 13
Some of the sidewalks need repairs sadly. a contract for the survey of some Government ■••ng.
ease, Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Com
I R rlioious I tems .—Rev. 1). A. Crowell will In some instances they are actually dangerous land. fiam. L. Simpson, Oregon's poet laure
M oxtment <' omih . ei ei ». -I. IL Russell of plaints, or Retention ot t rine, are cured by T<» amount of warrants
Key. lie Hulls at LESS than Bedrock
preach his last sermon for the present confer
X <; « I rav
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the Nephreticum. Female Weakness,
to the passing pedestrian. This should be ate, accompanied the party.
I Ashland, the pioneer marble-worker of South el,
prices FOIL CASH, and nil those pur
ence year at the M. E. Church in this place on
Diabetes, pain in lhe
remedied at once.
1878................... .*........ $ 4,821 51
W. F. Wilkinson informs us that a hail- ' ern Oregon, has recently completed a beautiful loin are cured when all other medicines
chasing Building Hardware, Tools ot
'nday next at 11 o’clock a . M. In the after-
To amount of warrants
MeKenzie 4 Co., who are nnw engaged in ' storm of uncommon severity occurre<l in the monumeut for the tomb of the late L. J. have failed.
every kind, Paints, Glass, Cordage,
will hold services at the Manzanita
drawn since July 1st,
See w hat the druggists
Icharch.. ..Rev. J. R. N. Bell, Presiding surveying Government laml on Applegate, last neighl»orlio«Hl of his farm on Butte creek one White. The "Tidings" says that it is made of San Francisco say about Dr. Mintie’s Nc- I 1878 ........................... 21.970 26 -$26,791 4 i Brushes, &c., have
phreticum and English Dandelion Pills:
Elder of this district, M. E. Church, South, Saturday received a fine solar compass from day last week, demoralizing all kinds of vege .losephim» county marble, with a sandstone phreticuin
We have sold a large amount of Dr. Mill Bv cash in hands Co.
tation and doing other damage. 'I he hail ■ base, ami in design and finish it will bear • >in-
announces these appointments: Second Sun- Troy, New York.
tie's medicines: The English Dandelion
Treasurer.!uly 1,1879$ 1,299 97
in August, at Williams creek, .Josephine] Simon Caro will leave for Roseburg in a few stones were the largest that have ever fallen i parison with work of this kind turned ou at Pills; also the famed Nephreticum, and in Warrants retleemcd
! Flint, ho Is detormlned to undersell any
I anv •z marble * yard. Mr. • Russell will set in all eases highly recommended:
County, camp meeting; third Sunday
July 1st. 1879.......... 16,297 31
at Bybee s^ days ami those indebted to the firm of Fisher there.
I one in ‘lie tnwrket, and people who
John A. Childs, Druggist, Second street, Outstanding warrants
Ferry, Jackson county, district conference.... 4 Caro will find it economical to settle before
Judge Watson of the Second Judicial Dis place in the Rock Point cemetery in a i. irt
wish Cutlery, Quartz or Spy Glasses,
"Rev. M. C. Miller of Applegate Circuit, M. E. he takes his departure.
trict recently «lecided that A. A. I ink, James I. time. We are glad to note that Mr. Russell,
11. Woodward A Co., Druggists, corner
anything made of iron;
who does good work and deserves a liberal pa First and Abler streets, Portland.
Church, South, writes us that the Williams
I am ber 4 Judson’s self-heating sad-iron is ' Gazley and .James F. Gazley, Jr., ¡»ay to Sol.
Messrs. Abrams A Carroll, wholesale
creek eamp-meeting will commence on August one of the most popular household articles now Abraham and W. R. 3^ illis damages to the tronage, is finding his business increasing.
Lake county...................... . ........ $2,185 >0 I
Druggists, Nos. 3 and 5 Front street, S. F. Amount
dee from Josephine Co... 2.068 39
7th and continue until the 13th. No public in use. It combines economy with utility ami amount of $200 for obstructing the Canyon
We regard the Nephreticum as the best
P rorate . C ourt .—The following business
.... 97 Fact people from every place or from
table will prol»ably be kept, but accommoda is une»¡naled in its execution.
roa<l ami collecting tolls belonging to said \\ il
Kidney and Bladder remedy before the Amount o! cash in Co. Treasury... 1,
lis and Abraham.
tions will be afforded by campers to all who ,
For all derangements of the Liver, _
Day, presiding,—since our last report:
W . II. Atkinson of Ashlaml was in town
A party,consisting of Jas. P. McDaniel, Robt.
choose to attend. A general invitation is ex-
In the matter of the estate of Thus. G Dews,
. this week, from whom we learn that a resnr- A. Miller, Chas, l’rim, Wm. Mensor, A. H.
I, E. B. Watson, County Clerk, <1<> here
For Biliousness and Dyspepsia,
by certify that the above exhibit is a full Will find that he means business, and
yey of that place, toward laying it out more Maegly and Henry Kubli left tor the Siskiyou deceased. John Bolt appointed administrator
and Wm. Ray, John O'Brien and C. B. Matt-
showing ot the financial condition of Jack- will get bargains by calling on him be
| 1 mountains Monday, intending to speml seveial ney ap,»raisers of said «‘state.
For Fever and Ague,
T h « F ourth at J erome P rairie . —A fegnlarly, is iu contemplation.
county, State of Oregon, as appears fore going elsewhere.
Dr. Mintie’s English Dandelion Pills. son
In the matter of the estate of Jos. Cox, de Use
from the records now in my office.
■correspondent sends as the following ac
W. I. Friedlander, of the well-known firm, j days in hunting and fishing. They neglected to
Witness my hand this loth day of July,
count of the celebration at Jerome Prairie, •f S. Marks 4 Co., Roseburg, who has been | undertake any extensive contnicts for furnish- cease<l. Final statement of M. A. Houston, English Dandelion Pills on hand.
E. It. WATSON,
Dr. Mintie’s Remedies will not “Cure all
which has been delayed in its transit to this Ailing for sometime, has fully recovered his mg venison and fish.
■office: “The celebration here under the aus- health, we are pleased to learn.
In the matter of the estate of Jos. Wetterer, ami perfect a cure in all cases, if taken ac
lhe fraud who represented himself as being
. pices of Josephine Grange was a complete | L. H. Zigler, f«»rmerly of this place, has lo an agent for the “Journal of Fashion and deceased. Frtslericka Wetterer a|>pointe<l ex cording to directions, which they are recom
COUNTY TREASURER'S REPORT
ecutrix and Max Muller, K. Kubli and Her mended for.
^success. About 500 people assembled and
cated at the month of the Siuslaw, in Douglas “Andrews’ Bazaar” has l»een captured at Fort man v. Helms appraisers of said estate.
D r . A. E. M intie A Co.—Gents: I vol
A NEW ARRANGEMENT!
the procession was quite a large one. The
founty. “Lew” has the best wishes of a host Jones, Cal., where he was engaged in his ne- :
unteer to say your English Dandelion Pills
exercises consisted of excellent music by *
A party that visited the Sterling miue on equal and even surpass all you claim
farious business at the time. Hirain Morse, of
•f friends wherever he may go.
Common School Fund.
the glee club, reading of the Declaration by ’
“from mv experience in their use.’’ Fancy
I PLANED LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
they have no equal for Dyspepsia and Liver
O. F. Topping, and an interesting oration ( ! | Ashland College has just received a c< »in says he will send the “Journal" on receipt of
erably heightened by a balky horse that re troubles.
1 can be had in quantities to suit by writ
by A; H. C*raon. C. SchiefTelin favored u* . plete set of philosophical and chemical appa- the “receipts” to any who may have given
Received from State
First Street, Leather Merchant.
fused to move uphill under any ordinary cir
ing to the undersigned, at J. P. Parker’s
with a *hort address, recounting many inci- ratus from the East, which will no doubt their subscriptions to this scoundrel.
Board if Education on
steam saw mill on Big Butte creek. Floor
cumstances. Added to this camo a drenching 1 Portland, Sept. 17, 1878.
dents of Southern Oregon’s history, and en prove valuable to the students.
apportionment ot 1878 $2.695 50
Du. A. E. M intie A Co.—Gents: I have
ing, Rustic, Ceiling and Mouldings can be
Thos. P. Sheridan, a prominent citizen of rain, which fell at an opportune moment when
used your famed English Dandelion Pills On taxes collected for
had in any quantity. We can plane lum
couraged Grangers to keep up their organi
The Brass Band received a new bass horn and Roseburg, but addicted to drink, borrowed the i escape from its cooling effects was impossible. tor
1877 and 1878.............. 4,436 55
torpid liver and dyspepsia andean
ber 24 inches wide—in fact all kinds of lum-
sation. The dinner was such as only farm finare drum this week; also several pieces of key to Hon. L. F. Lane's law office one night
The affability of Superintendent Ennis alone freely say, they are the host Pills I ever Fines roceived in State
l»er necessary to build Imuses—all of which
ers get up and was duly appreciated. popular
had. I can recommend them as a sure pre cases............................
can be got ready for use at lhe mill. Par
music. “And we feel so awfully jolly last week and proceeded to play sad havoc prevented the reign of total demoralization.
Teasts by several gentlemen in attendance ¡when the band begins to play.
ventive and positive cure in all cases of Ain’t receive«! from sale
ties who intend building can save hauling
with that gentleman’s library and papers, which
20 90—$7,303 45 more lumber than they need. Bills, plans
of estrays......... .........
were a prominent feature. Dancing com
ard .—I see that in the last issue of the fever and ague. Truly yours,
A mos P artridge , Contractor.
and estimates can l»e had either at the mill
Hon. L. O. Stearns, Great Sachem of the he thoroughly demoralized and scattered to the T imm Joseph Wetterer's death is pronounced
menced at 4 o’clock p. m . and was kept ap
$7,683 70 on Big Butte or at their shop in Jackson
Portland, Oct. 5, 1878.
winds. He afterward shot at Judge Mosher,
until six the next morning. Eighty-four
D r . M intie A Co. treat all Chronic and
All of which has been distributed to the ville. Oregon.
but fortunately missed hitn. Mr. Iotne will to have been caused by dropsy of the heart,
tickets were sold and the music and sapper [session of the Great Council of the order, to institute suit against Sheridan, whom he esti which is a mistake. He died of Bright's dis Special Diseases with success. No. 11 Kear various school districts in the county.
^**All order* will receive prompt atten
ney St., San Francisco, Cal.
ease of the kidneys.
L. D anforth , M. D.
N. FISHER, County Treasurer.
SMITH A WAIS MAN,
meet at Portland on August 4th next.
were the best. ”
mates has done him $5,000 damage.
Jemuiratic Siinrs. j
Merchant and Exchange Business.
ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS.