The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, August 01, 1879, Image 3

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    PERDIMI, NOTEN.
Worlow’s saw-mill on Antelope creek has
’IlMMí WIN.
N ew P resbyterian C hurch .—The plans
♦
suspended for the present, owing to the scarci­
for a church building the members of the Pres­
Harvest is in full blast.
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Aiken are expected home
ty of water. It furnished a fine article of
1 he warm weather causes a dearth of mining byterian Church of this place intend construct­
this week.
Hot and still aheating.
FRIDAY,
news.
AUGUST 1, 1879
lumber while running.
ing are expected soon and the preliminaries
Col.
5V.
S.
Stone
and
lady
were
iu
town
ASHLAND COLLEGE
Cnxpiet parties are the latest.
A clean-up is still progressing at the Hamil­ inay yet be arranged before the season closes.
The Jacksonville Brass Band is considering;
yesterday.
C ompliments R f .< eivf . d .— We are in receipt
ton
A
Chappel
diggings,
with
fair
results.
I the proposition of procuring a band wagón,
Local correspondence solicited.
A lot for this purpose, situated opposite St.
— and —
of the compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Aiken, i
rigged
out
in
tine
style,
for
its
exclusive
use
on
Prof.
L.
L.
Rogers
of
Ashland
College
paid
The
Brown
brothers,
on
Althouse,
made
a
Mary's Academy, was purchased several
The Summer hegira has set in.
w ho left San Francisco for Jacksonville on the
our town a visit this week.
appropriate occasions.
clean-up the ether «lay that proved very satis­ mouths since, so that it is a settled fact that
Angling is a popular amusement.
26th ult., via Portland. The happy couple is
Sunday was the warmest day experienced
Jacksonville will become possesse«! of another
M. Baum, of the well-known Ashland firm of factory.
\ onus is at the zenith of her brilliancy.
expected to arrive at home in a few days and
— LOCAI EP AT—
this season, the thermometer rising to 100’ on McCall A Co., and wife were in town Wednes­
A full supply of mining blanks and Copp's church and one that will do her credit. Nearly
For business cards go to the T imes office.
the handsome residence formerly occupied by
that occasion. The heat has since moderated day.
Haml-book of Mining Law can always lie ob- $2,(XK) have been subscribed, which, together
ASHLAND OREOOS
Alex. Martin is being elegantly fitted up for
County Court will be in session next week. ; in a perceptible degree.
with $500 that will be donated by the Boar«l
Miss Annie Little, who has been paying taine.l at the T imes office.
their reception. Welcome!
of Home Missions, will ensure an amount of
Linkville has improved considerably of late.
A curiosity was discovered in front of J. S. Roseburg an extemied visit, returned home
1 lie < ayote creek mines were not worked to money sufficient for the construction of a
First Session will Coiiiinrucf Sept, lith, 1579*
Alex. Martin is expected here sometime next Howanl’s store this week that created a furore. Fri«l ay.
g«xxl advantage last season and «lid not pay as building of ample dimensions. (’. C. Beek­
U niversity S tudents .—This county is en.
man heads the subscription list with the round
For further particulars call on Howard. He
titled to four students in the State University month.
Mr. Sager, father of Mrs. Wetterer. has been well as they might have paid.
BOARD OF I BIATKKKt
sum
of $1,000.
J. I. Knight of M ilderville announces a ball charges no admittance fee.
at Eugene City and yet only two were in at­
«■ailed to Albanj by the illness of members of
A full attcmlance of the stockholders of the
R ev . L. L. R ogers , President.
for
the
29th.
tendance during the last scholastic year. The
The warm weather has caused the appear­ ! his family.
W. H. A tkinson »
F.meline Quicksilver Co. is refjuested at the
F ine P icture *.—Those elegant pictures A. G. R ockfei . iaiw ,
Mrs.
Jesse
Houck
of
Ashland
paid
our
town
J acob W agneb ,
Vacancies should be fille«l immediately, a?
ance of considerable sickness, but fortunately
that have been on exhibition at Geo. W. El­ R ev . J. S. M c C ain ,
W e regret to hear of the serious illness of annual meeting called for the 16th.
J ohn W alker ,
R ev . W. T. C hapman ,
little fatality has ensued. Fever seems to be A. Noltner, Esq., editor of the Portland
studies will be resumed at that institution in a visit yesterday.
Green Bros., of the Sugar Pine ledgeon Galice liott’s place of business for sometime past C lark T aylor ,
G. F. B illings .
Moonlight
rambles
are
in
order
ami
ye
festive
«about a month. Application must be made to
the disease most prevalent.
1 “Standard.”
I creek, are still grinding a fair «juality of rock, are now up at rattle, which is announced
to take place at Henry I’ape’s saloon to­
the county authorities and the qualifications of loviers are jubilant.
Extensive preparations for the Odd Fellows’ ¡ Daniel Gaby, formerly of Ashland, but more which promises to improve as they progress.
morrow evening. This collection is without pORTHE PURPOSE OF FOUNDING THE
Beautiful visiting cards printed at the T imes celebration on the ISth are nnder way. The
the applicant ascertained before a scholarship
The
miners
of
Josephine
county
have
gener
­
Ashland College and Normal School, the
recently
a
resident
of
Lakeview,
has
remove«!
doubt the finest ever brought to Jackson­ I
will be awarded.
«»flice at Eastern rates.
exercises will be interesting and a fine time is to Prineville, M asco county.
ally finished this season s work and many, of ville, being elegantly framed and put in at property known as the Ashland Academy baa
been placed, free from debt, under the control
The Jenny creek saw-mill will be sold at in store for those who attend.
C lose of T erm .—E. T. Kugler, instructor of
Chas. Nunan, nephew of Jerrv Nunan of ' them did quite well. Prospecting will be next San Francisco prices. Many different op­ of a Board of Trustees, w ho have inaugurate*!
music, will close his present term on the 4th Sheriff's sale to-morrow.
The ice-cream festival under the auspices of this place, arrive«! from Portland last Saturday in order.
portunities are afforded for winning one or the enterprise by tilling the following position«
tnst, intending to resume instructions on Sep-
Plums, apricots and apples are making their the ladies of the Presbyterian Church w as pro­ and will probably loeat«- in this section.
Gin Lin is prospecting the red hills on more of them, the lowest as well as the high­ in the
’temlier 1st. He will also soon open a conser­ appearance in this market.
gressing as we went to press and promised to (
est standing equal chances of securing the
FACULTY !
The estimable wife of RufusCole, the host of Palmer creek, probably intending to become choicest. This is the grandest rattle planned
vatory of music in this place, which is some­
Roads are very «lusty am! traveling is cor- be a pleasant and successful affair.
interested
in
the
enterprise
inaugurated
by
REV.
LOWELLL.
ROGERS, A. M.,President;
the Siskiyou House, is recovering from her se­
in this section for sometime and it will be
thing new for Southern Oregon, and it will no respon lingly disagreeable.
Professor
of
Mental
and Moral Sciences.
the
Palmer
('reek
Mining
Co.
Sheriff Bybee’s deputies were rather unsuc- I vere spell of sickness, we are pleased to learn.
well to consult the <1»Igers in circulation
doubt prove as popular as it is novel. Mr.
W.
I.
NICHOLS,
A.
M., Vice President;
and
examine
the
pictures
at
Elliott
’
s
in
time.
'I he stage stock will be removed to the new cessful in the collection of delinquent taxes.
Gin Lin makes weekly clean-ups, fearing
Superintendent Fitzpatrick was down from
Kugler has jiermanently locate«! among us and
Professor of Mathematics.
Grave creek station to-day.
Money seems scarcer than ever before and it is
A ppointed A gent .—A. S. Jacobs, of Ash­
the Applegate Gravel Mining ('«».'s diggings the depredations of flume robbers. Water is
MRS. A. A. ROGERS, Preceptress;
will spare no pains to give general satisfaction
likely
that
a
forced
sale
of
property
will
ensue.
The warm weather d«>es not prevent the
Teacher of English Grammar.
in whatever he may attempt.
this week ami reports everythin'» movin'» failing ami only one pipe is operated, ami he land, bus received the agency of Brackenridge’s
intemls building a reservoir soon.
Hardly a Sunday passes but that a large along smoothly there.
rush to Mensor s for bargains.
Roseburg Marble Works ami will take any or­
MRS. JENNIE BALDWIN NICHOLS,
H orse PfR« HASEK.—The sale of the fine
Teacher of Music and French.
Compton ami Strother of Ros«d»urg struck ders for work in this line. They have gaineil
An able discourse upon “Nature's Laws" number of visitors from this place may be
\\ . C. Hale has _ «ne to Portlaml to purchase
trotting horse “Ophir," reported last week, has will be found on our last page.
Other competent instructors will be secured
found at the Soda Springs, on the Linkville
very goo'l dig ;iirjs near Grave creek, which an enviable reputation in the designing and
I road, which are proving a popular place of re­ machinery for the furniture establishment of they located, ami are still prospecting, They manufacture of elegant monuments, tomb­ as fast as the needs of the Institution require,
l>een confirmed. Our fellow towusinan J. W.
1 Chapman A Hale at Linkville, which is btiild-
so that pupils may be provide«! with the best
Geo. W. Holt is making preparations to1
Manning is the fortunate individual who has
report ntteh f. 40I i in the vicinity but a scarcity stone?, etc., their work comparing favorably’ facilities for commencing ami completing ths
sort.
iug up an extensive business.
burn
another
large
kiln
of
brick.
come in possession of him. “Ophir” is one of
with the best e ♦ outed in the State. Mr. Ja follow ing
of w ater.
P. G. Strickland has been succeeded as pres­ :
P. Britt left for the Lake country, via Lake
Chris. Ulrich and family returned from a
cobs will furnish «iesigns ami prices upon ap-
the handsomest and best bred stallions ever
COURSES OF STUDY:
ident of the Siskiyou County Agricultural So­
Frank
Ennis,
superintendent
of
the
Sterling
of the Woods, this week, lie will take pho­
plication. See adverti ement elsewhere D'l
1. C lassical , requiring six years, including
brought to the northwest coast, combining trip to the Siskiyous this week.
ciety by Jesse Davis of Little Shasta. “Pate"
nunc, was in tow n Tuesday, from whom we further particulars.
preparatory studies. Graduates receive the
speed with many other excellent qualities, .and
James Hamlin is furnishing the market with has made an excellent officer and he will be tographic views of the scenery as he proceeds learn that the clean-up now progressing there
Decrees of A. B. and A. M.
ami
will
be
absent
for
several
weeks.
our stock-raisers are to l»e congratulate«! upon a large amount of excellent hay.
I n V acation .—In the Circuit i’ourt
2. Si 11 Mine, requirjng four years. Degree
will be complete«! in about two weeks. The
missed.
the fact that lie will remain in this section indefi­
L. F. \\ illits of Ashland is officiating as prospects are flattering.
conferred, B. S.
Saturday, the report of Garrett Croc
The
number
of
tons
of
hay
produced
this
sea
­
nitely.
The following are the new officers of Lake- chief of the City Drug Store during th<> ab­
3 N ormal , C ommercial , and M usical , oc -
the receiver heretofore Hpp«»tnte«l inthe
son is greater than ever before.
The hydraulic mines, with perhaps the ex­
view
Lodge No. 63, I. O. 0. F.: A. F. Snell- sence of Robt. Kahler. Levi is an ol«l hand at
cupyimg three years each. Diplomas given cer’
C utting A ffray .—Geo. Satterfield and Al-
of
the
Cavote
Creek
Mining
Company
Several different farms are offered for sale ing, N. G.; T. \V. Colvin, V. G.; S. ( 'amp-
tifving to attainments of graduates.
ception of the Squaw Lake Company’s, will
the business and a popular one, t«x>.
Win. ami Walter Ruble, was hear I an
ert Merritt, residents of Jackass creek, be­
EX PENSES.
through the columns of the T imes .
close «low n beforejyi iny w eeks, the prevailing
Stan-
bell,
R.
S.
;
J.
H.
Clayton,
P.
S.;0.
L.
Ame engaged in an altercation one day last
Tuition in four Collegiate Branches, $6 a
Garrett Crwkett of Josephine county, until warm w’eather causing a perceptible diminu­ proved. Upon mot ion <>f coirmel for p
We have just turned out some receipt and ley, Trtos.
«mmth. Music, $5 a month (use of instrument
tiff, an order was made l»y Hi- !l<
week, which resulted in the latter cutting the
lately receiver of the C’ayote ere k mines, now tion in the supply of water.
note
books,
which
are
neat
ami
cheap.
*1 ¡ublitional). Vocal music in class, $3 a
The
Jacksonville
and
Ashland
base-ballers
Judge
If
mna.
disc
i
irmng
^«
1
««•
•••ivci
I
former in the thigh with a knife, inflict­
in litigation, was in town Satnnlay. We ac­
piartcr. B««.ird in Boarding Hall or in Private
requiring him to p >y «»ver all hi m «
That
wide-awake
Barnes
has
a
fine
assortment
of
wall
pockets,
will
play
a
friendly
game
on
the
grounds
of
the
enterprising
Portlander,
ing an ugly but not dangerous wound. Dr.
knowledge the receipt of a call from him.
Families, $3.50 to $4.50 a week. Rooms or
hand to lhe < '¡erk ot the <>urt.
former club on the 18th inst., the date of the
(‘apt. A. P. Ankeny, was in this section again
< ’«»ttrig.-s for self-boarding, S‘2 to $5 jn*r mouth.
Danforth was called and repaired the damages brackets, etc., for sale cheap at Elliott’s.
R. II. Brown, one of Eagle Point’s promi-
1AR U AL LIST OF 1 EXT BOOKS.
(•HAND (’LEAHAN. E SAKE.- Til Or lor to
and the wounded man will soon be able to be
Reames Bros., Grob A Ulrich, G. W. Elliott Odd Fellows’ celebration. A lively contest is nent citizens, was in town this week. From last week ami spent several «lays looking after
Robinson's Mathematics, Steeles Series in
his extensive mining interests. He seemed make room lbrlii* Fall an i 'Vinter assort­
anticipated.
alx»ut again. A warrant for Merritt's arrest ami others received new go«xls this week.
Natural Sciences, Harkness' Latin, Fas>|ueH'*
him we learn that crops will be up to the
well pleased with the prospects.
ment of goods. Newm in Fisher has com­ French, Reeil'x Series in English CuiupositioDi
Jacobs, Fox & Guerin are progressing finely
has been issued, but up to the time of going to
J. H. Hyzer has taken charge of the Apple­
average, though rust has «lone some damage.
press he was still at large.
with their work oil the new Masonic building
The Applegate Gravel Mining Company, menced a grand clearance sale and for the |{ichar<lson’s Piano Instruction.
gate Gravel Mining Co.'s lx«arding-house.
John
Sclilotzhauer,
Th«>s.
Curry
ami
Win
at Ashland and expect to complete the founda­
better known as the Grand Applegate, has next sixty days will offer unparalleled in­ , PROMINENT FEATURES AND ITEMS OF
R eligious I tems .—Rev. M. A. Williams
1/
IN I F.REST.
Johnny Orth is renovating his butcher-shop,
Brodbeck
arrived
in
Jacksonville
the
forepart
tion this week. They set tire to their brick
increased its force ami will push operations ducements to the public. Cash customers,
1.
The
College
will be chartered; an«l the
will occupy the pulpit of the M. E. Church which will greatly improve its appearance.
especially, will tin I it to their advantage to
of the week. They are all the way from Mis­
kiln Saturday.
rapidly forward, Superin tendent Fitzpatrick call soon. His slock must be disposed of Normal or Training School f««r Teachers w ill be
next Sunday morning at the usual hour ...
souri and will permanently locate among 11s.
The warin weather brought on a Hale-storm
tna«le, it is hope«! by special enactment, an ad­
seems to be well satisfied with the prospects. in that time.
The services of the Jacksonville Brass Band
i
Rev. Father Blanchet will hold sen ices at St. Momlay, which first got its start in Linkville.
junct of the Public .School system, and Diplo­
Hon.
A.
C.
Jones
left
for
Roseburg
Satur
­
have been secured for next Thursday, at which
John Rast of Roseburg, at the direction of
Francis’ Church, Eagle Point, on Sunday next.
R eal E state T ransactions .- The follow- mas made opiivalent to first-grade certificates.
B. Rostel has receive«1 an assortment of deli­ time the corner-stone of the new Masonic day. He lias been retaine«! in several cases the stockholilers. w ill do some work on the
2. Ashland lias no salo«ms. The sale of in-
....Rev. J. R. N. Bell, Presiding Elder of
ing
deeds have been recorded in the County
cate perfumeries, which he is selling at cost. building at Ashland will lie laid. Goo<l music that apj«ear 011 the Circuit Court «locket, for Esther quartz mine in Josephine county, after
' toxicating liquors is pr<«l:ibite«l by the Cityau-
this district, M. E. Church, South, announces
Clerk's
office
since
the
last
issue
of
the
T
imes
:
Dougals county, which lie will look after while
■ thorities, who are sustained by a strong public
which he will l«x >k after the Steam Beer placer
Wett erer’s brewery will be continued under is therefore assured.
these appointments: Second Sunday in Au­
D. A. Levens »4 al. to Applegate Gravel . sentiment.
there.
diggings, also tuated in that section and in Mining Co., mining ground, water rights, etc.,
The Great Council of Improved Order of
gust, at Williams creek, Josephine county, the management of the executrix of his estate.
3. Tln^Sciiool will be under the supervision
Levi Lelaml, well known in Oregon as “the; w hieli he is inter cd.
in Jackson county. Consideration, $500,000. <>f an Evangelical Christian Church. The Bi-
camp meeting; third Sunday at Bybee's Ferry,
Red
Men
of
California
the
other
day
adopted
a
The adjourned term of the Circuit Court for
John Rainsd.de to Geo. H. Young, right to
Hermit," gave us a call Friilay. He is graml
Jackson county, district conference.
The stockholilers <>f the Applegate Gravel certain springs in the vicinity of Rich Guleh. j Ide will be reverently read and studied; the
this county w ill commence on Momlay, August plan by which, hereafter, deceased members’
worship of ti«.«l encouraged; but the Institu-
lecturer of the Temperance order of California
heirs shall receive Sl.OJi), the assessment to be
M ining ('oi inpany w ill pay the mine a visit be- Consideration, $1.
A ccident . — Last Saturday, as Mrs. Thos. 10th.
i tion will be sectarian in no objectionable sense.
ami is on his way to Modoc county from Del
G. Karewski received a number of Fish Bros.’ 75 cents for each death.
fore long, They intend to place them in the
4. Book-keeping, Business Arithmetic, Eng­
F. Beall was on her way to town, accompanied
Norte.
T uf . Crescent City “Record” says: “The lish Composition and other branches xjiecially
celebrateil
wagons
direct
from
the
factory
this
ble
condition
for
next
season
’
s
work,
best
po;
Mr. and Mrs. Bates, (the latter Miss Annie
by two children, the horse she was driving
Win. Carll, the genial division agent of the when operations w ill be carried on more exten­ long looked for “Constantine” arrived at this preparatory for Business Life, w ill receive un*
Swan) who a few years ago traveled through
became frightened by a runaway pack-horse Week.
place Sunday morning with the Engineers on 1 usual attention.
The <’al«lwell Suda Springs were sold .at Oregon as the Kentucky ,’iants, have recently O. A C. Stage Co., k as in town this week on sively than ever before.
and dashed off at breakneck speed, throw ing
5. The Preceptress will give her chief atten-
board, for the purpose of examining this port,
his way north. He will take charge of the.
the occupants out of the vehicle and severely Sheriff’s sale last Saturday and bid in by K. become the parents of a male child weighing
II. S. Brown, of San Framisco, who is in- relative to the establishment of the Harbor of , tion to the care ami oversight of the young la-
new stage station at Grave creek, whither be
bruising them. Fortunately they received no Kubli.
24 lbs. That Bates onything !
tercste«! in placer diggings at Althouse, left Refuge. They are busily engaged in the 1 «lies.
' 6. An Endowment of ^26,090 will be, there
wi 1 remove his family soon.
Rugue
river,
furnished
this
J.
Hanna,
of
serious injuries, though it was a narrow «scape.
for California Tuesday, aecompaiiie«l by two of duties entrusteil to them. Yesterday they were is reason to hope, pr«»mptly subscribe«!, ena­
Jacksonville
has
improved
to
a
great
extent
John Kellv. the inimitable violinist, well
Assistance was at hand, and the suf­ market with a large assortment of his pottery
since the beginning of the year and the good known to our early resi«lents, will give an his sons. He is well pleased w ith the prps- out examining the different stone quarries bling the Trustees to reduce the present rate«
last
w
’
eek.
i of tuition, specially to Teachers, after the pres­
jiects ami entertains high h >p?s for Josephine near this place."
ferers were soon provide«! for. The animal was
ent year. Address communications to
Thatcher A Worden's new brick building at work still goes on. A large number of build­ entertainment at \ rcka to-morrow «■veiling, county as a mining section.
capture«! awhile afterward, but not b< ■ re he
had somewhat demoralized the buggy and har­ Linkville will be ready for occupancy in about ings are in course of construction and many ami will be assisted by his wife. He w;ill
G rain C ontract L et .—Wm. Carll, di­ Ashland College and Normal School,
Excellent pro-q> >cts have been found on Sil­ vision agent, this week let the contract l«ir
more are contemplated this season.
ness.
probably also pay us a visit.
six weeks.
ASHLAND. OREGON.
I
ver
creek, a short «listance below the falls, bv
Rust seems to have affected the grain-fndds
The San Francisco wool market is dull. East­
R eturned .— W. ('. Myer, the well-known
C. W. Savage ami Jiihii Cimborsky, repre­ A. J. HemliTson ami F. \V. Sawyer. There furnishing tiie O. A C. Stage Company's
"horseman, returned from the ill.nmette valley ern Oregon being quoted at 18(u20Jc. ami val­ of Table Rock and Butte creek more than any­ sentatives to the Great Council of Improve«! is no doubt but that a considerable portion of stations with grain to Jacob Ish. Eight
thousand bushels of barley will be required I
where else. Lat«» sown grain on low lands has Oriler of Re«l Men, leav«> for Portland to-day
last week, where he has »ent the past few ley at 235' Stic.
that region will pay well, though it may take and the price agreed upon is said to be a
received
the
most
injury
ami
short
crops
will
little less than a cent a pound.
to atteml the annual session of that Ixxly, time to develop some of the diggings.
months. Ho informs in that ho will probably
The cases of diphtheria reported last week
not exhil.it his stock at the State Fair this have disappeared. Due caution will neverthe­ be a consequence in such instances.
which commences next Momlay.
Chas. Schultz ami Rob R«»V, who have been
P robate Cot rt .—The following business
J. B. Thomas has received all the fixtures
Fall, not being assure I that justice will be done less be in order.
W. C. Myer, on his return home, walked the prospecting the Centennial ledge at Galice has been transacted in this Court since our
him or that fair play will be manifested in the
Chief Justice Huffer's Court has l>een crowd­ for his new saw-mill on Evans’ creek, which lie Percheron horse “Gen. Fleury” from Rock creek, retnrne.l to this place Tues.lay, having last issue:
awarding of premiums, the jmlges hav ing hitli. ed with business—mostly civil suits-for the expects will be running on full time by the Point to his farm near Asldaml, a distance of
suspended operations for the present, They
In the matter of the estate of Jos. Wetterer,
end of the week. He proposes furnishing the It) miles, in a single «lay, ami a very warm one
erto shown a ileci«ie«l preference to be influ­ past week or two.
report the mining interests of that section in deceased. Inventory and appraisement, show­
market with excellent lumber soon.
enced by local prejudice ami averse to render­
it was, too. L’ast walking, that.
statu quo just now, but likely to be resuseita- ing property’ to the amount of $9.292.77, filed.
Jas. Drum has a first-class assortment of
Order made authorizing executrix to sell per­
ing an impartial decision. Mr. Myers display
sun-
Excessively
hot
weather
is
favorable
to
A party, consisting of J. A. (’ardweH's fami­ te«l in a short time.
sonal property.
of stock has always been a prominent feature crockery and glassware that he is selling off stroke, which might be a serious fact to con-
ly, Rol»t. Kahler ami family, Mrs. Kenney,
at each succeeding fair ami it will be conspicu­ at the lowest prices.
The miners of F<x»t's creek are generally fin­
J. H. HUSSELL, PBOPBIETOE.
Dll II K<* r<> II «t.
tend w ith, were it not that an unfailing pre- Miss Rhoda Kenney. I.. L. Savag«1 and W. G.
ous by its absence next time.
ishing up the p.ast season's work ami will soon
A Roseburg foot-racer,by the name of Cozad,
By trilling with biliousness diseise is
ventive is found in Matt. Dillon s unexcelled Kenney, started for Buck Lake Tues«lay, in-
eominenc«: preparing for next Winter's cam­ brought oil, ami death may ensue. A dis-
O n H is T ravels .—The “Pilgrim Printer’ challenges Henry Mensor, our local champion, liquors. an<l many are taking advantage of this. tending to speml several days in recreation.
paign. Some have «lone well ami all did better orilered liver is the consequence ofa foul HI II E UNDERSIGNED, BEING ST A*
ma«le m a fraternal call this week. He has to a race tor $21)0 a sole.
stomach and obstructed bowels, ami tiie 1 tinned at Ashland again, has turned his
The Literary Society elected the following
Our Yreka friend. P. G. Strickland, passed than at first anticipated, considering that min­ very best preparation in existence to put entire
H. M. Barnes has dispose«! of his team ami officers for the ensuing term last Monday
attention to the
visited nearly every State in the Union, always
through town Tuesday en route for Roselmrg, ing coiilil not be commenced before March. them in perfect order and to keep them reg­
outfit
to
a
gentleman
from
California,
receiv
­
preferring to tramp than ride, and is now on
evening: Chas. Prim, President; \\ m. Men- where he w ill permanently locate, having been Drifting has become popular and many claims ulated is Plunder's Oregon Blood Purifier.
MARBLE BUSINESS,
his regular tour of the Coast. No matter ing fair compensation therefor.
sor, Vice President; Andrew’ Hubbell, Secre­ appointed agent of the Oregon ami California are now being worked in this way with con­
¡and is fully prepared to fill all orders in
MARRIED.
what his op|»ortunitie3 are, he has never been
Call at Elliott’s and take a chance in the tary; J. R. Little, Treasurer; \\ m. T. Moore,
I this line with neatness and dispatch and at
Stage Company at that place. Go«««! lu«-k to siderable success. Good prospects are being
known to leave town with a cent, generally grand ratlie to come off to morrow evening. Warden.
him.
•
found in grouml heretofore thought to be RA1MEY— HELMAN—In Table Rock pre ' prices to suit the times,
investing his surplus cash in benzine, for which It is well worth while doing so.
einet, July 24th, by Elder H. (’. Fleming, M ON U M ENTS, TA BLETS, 11EAI «STON Efl
The larger portion of Dr. Aiken’s new build-
Sol. Sachs, for many years a prominent mer­ worthless, ami the outlook is favorable.
J.T. Raimey and Airs. Susan E. Helman.
he posst-sses immense capacity. Newspaper men
Mrs. Dr. Robertson, formerly of Yreka, and i mg will be occupied by D. H. Feathers, our
chant
of
this
place,
is
sai«l
to
have
taken
lint«»
BARKDELL
—FERGUSON — Di Jackson­ Execute«! in any description of marble«
being compassionate mortals as a general thing, also well known in this section, died at La­
F rom L aki -: Cut's Y.—Col. J. N.T. Miller
popular merchant tailor. A large show win- himself one of Bavaria's fair «laughters. He is
ville. July 23>l, bv J. II. Hutter, J. I’., Every variety ot cemetery and other stone*
, after
Haslett -for such is his technical cognomen— grange, Georgia, on the 25th ult.
John W. Birkdell and Miss Caroline Fer­ work executed in a satisfactory manner,
■ dow will be constructed for the display of engage«! in business at Forth ami prospering returned from Lake county Thursday
Specin) attention given to orders from any
finds considerable encouragement in his mis­
an absence of several months, He is the
guson.
Judge Dunean’s orchard, one of the finest in goods, of which Mr. Feathers will keep a tine finely, w’hich his friemls will he please«l to
part ot Southern Oregon. Address
sionless journey, and it is quite likely that he
possessor of a band of 200 line horses rang-
J. II. RUSSELL, Ashland, Or.
Southern
Oregon,
is
furnishing
the
public
with
assortment.
hear.
w ill pl.nl wearily on until death shall overtake
BORN
ing near Linkville, wliich he has been look­
him an«l find for him that haven of rest an excellent quality of early fruit.
Dr. Wilder of San Francisco last week per­
Superintendent Klipp. l of the Sipia-a I.ak“ ing after, t »wards getting some of them
which seems to be denied him now.
Manning «V Webb have purchased the Link­ formed an operation upon Wm. M. Turner, Company's diggings came to town Wednesday ready for in irlcet. The Colonel reports the
Rl’ST. - This grain affection seems to lie ville livery stable, now managed by Wm. D. whose eyesight has been seriously impaired by . in response to a message informin » him of the sale of a number of largo bands of cattle
I* the place to go for anything in the
I cataract, with favorable results. Strong hopes , illness of his eldest son. Lannes, who is now (notably one by the Applegate Bros, con­ L. S. P. MARSH, A. F. QUIRES, J. A. BL'RK,
damaging cr«»[»s in ditlerent locmlities and w ill Corpe, ami will take possession soon.
hardware line, lle-hna a large and
Ellis Beggs, who has been driving for the N. are entertained that permanent relief will be much improved. He r«-ports everything pro- taining Sot) tine beeves) to parties from Cal-
probably diminish the yield, though not mate­
superior
slock of Rifle««, Shot Guns and
' gressing finely at the mine.
itornia at fair prices. He says that cold
MECHANICS
rially. The Unqxpia and M illamette valleys W. Stage <’o. over the Blue Mountains of afforded him.
Sporting Material, and in fact every*
I Lieutenant Boutelle is appointe«! captain of weather has discouraged farming this sea­
The weather during the past week has been
are more seriously affeeteil ami a shorter crop Eastern Oregon, returned home this week.
thing from an Anvil to a
the department team of eight, selected by oom­ son, late frosts having killed much of the
slight
than was at first anticipated will probably be
the
w
armest
of
the
season,
though
a
Deeds, mortgages, ironclad notes, receipts,
grain and garden stuff. The country is fill­
the result. The Roseburg “Independent re­ Justice's blanks, attorney's summonses, etc., moderation is perceptible at this time. The petition to compete for the division prize in
—AND—
rille shooting. He will at once take charge ot ing tip rapidly, but he believes that stock-
ports an exjx'riment with rusted grain last sea­ can always be obtained at the T imes office.
‘ nights have generally been cool and pleasant,
the team an 1 proceed to the headquarters of raising only will prove successful in many
KeV- it«* sells at LESS than Bedrock
son by L. K. Hedgpath, who, instea«lof doing
The voters of Ashland school district on Sat­ however, something that goes so far towanl the military division at San Francisco.
portions of L ike for years to come. The
prices FOR CASH, and at! those pur­
as many would have «lone, cut the grain just urday voteil a ten-mill tax for the purpose of ' making the climate of Rogue river valley in­
Rev. D. A. Crowell will leave for the Wil­ Colonel will return at the close of harvest,
chasing Building Hardware, Tools ot
l»ufore the stalks had ripened— in fact, were purchasing lots ami building a school house.
superable and so delightful.
lamette valley soon for the purpose of attend­ intending to remain there during the Fall
—AND—
«■very kind, Paints, Glass, Cordage,
yet green, ami l«x».sely pile«l it up. The w heat
season.
An
Applegate
correspondent
writes:
David
ing
the
M.
E.
Conference,
which
convenes
Jackson Grant, the Indian sentence«! to the
Biushes, &c., have
thus ruste«l ami cut ripeneil in the pile, ami
Linsey, Jr., was arrested a few days ago for sometime this mouth. Mr. Crowell lias gained
V erdict for P lain i ii f .—The case ot the .^1 oiilclin*** IHsi<?t.ory
Penitentiary
for
life
for
the
murder
of
Dennis
when it was examined the heads were fotin«!
tearing away a foot-bridge across Applegate a host of friends while here, who hope that he United States vs. W.<’. Gri.*wold, which
♦ille«l with the plumpest of grain, ami the Spellin at Portland, is lying at the point of and placed under $300 bonds tor his appear­ may be continued in the work he has liegitn. has become famous through its prominence
ASHLAND, OREGON,
wheat threshe«! therefrom of a superior «piality. death.
Dint he is determined toundersell any
J. W. Minning returned from Roseburg in Judge Deady’s Court for so long a period
ance
before
the
Josephine
Circuit
Court
next
S««me huge timbers for the Rock Point
The wheat was cut when the grains were “stiff
one in the market, and p«*«>plH who
Wednesday, where he delivered the horses and on so many different occasions, was
Fall
....
Lafayette
Allen,
Esq.,
has
gone
to
MARSH <S¿ CO., Proprietors. wish Cutlery, Quartz or Spy Gla»»eti|
♦lough,” and it is established
establishe.l by the experi­ bridge passed through town, ell route from Douglas county on business.
purchased for the Government. He was quite again de-ided in favor of plaintiff last Mon­
Wisdom’s saw-mill on Sterling creek, this
stock
continue«!
to
ment that the sap from the
or anything made of iron;
We have been favored with a copy of the successful in this transaction, as only two of day. The “Oregonian" says a judgment
pass into the heads until they were Idle 1. ami week.
the entire lot of forty animals temlered were was given in the sum of$35,2*0, though
4 LL KINDS OF PLANING, MOULD-
E. Jacobs fell down his cellar steps Sunday premium list issue«l by the Siskiy«»u ( ounty rejected by the officers
the sun ripene«l the grain long after it was cut.
from
other
sources
we
learn
that
it
was
a
«1
ing, Turning, Circular and Scroll Saw­
This is something new to us, ami pro.»ably wffl and had a narrow escape from serious injuries. Agricultural Society, by which we see that the them.
ing.
few
thousand
dollars
less.
The
jury
was
The
experience
*>e to many farmers of large
.
Eact people from every place or trötn
He is able to walk about with the assistance of premiums to be awarded at the next annual
John Miller returned from San Francisco on out several hours am] seem«*d to find it diffi­ FURNITURE A ORNAMENTAL CARV­
experiment is worthy of a trial ami may prove
fair
are
more
liberal
than
ever.
Competition
a cane.
ING, E tc ., DONE To ORDER.
valuable in the future.
from Jackson county will he spirited. Copies Monday last He laid in a tirst-ela-s assort - cult to agre«i fora time. The prosecution is
Johnny Cowan, one of the hest gr«»oms on
of the list can be obtained of E. H. Autenrieth, ment of new gOfxls while sojourning at the Bai to be commended f«»r its persistence, for
l-’iivnituro.Sash, Blirnlx, Doorsand M«»Hid­
F atal A ccident .—From M. C. Hale ot the Coast, w ill retain charge of “Ophir” ami Esq.
City, which will arrive soon. Mr. Miller keep- thrice has it been called upon to prove its ing constantly on hand and made to order. Will find that he mean* huainesa, and
Linkville, we learn that a San Francisco place him in training for the fair races at
A numlier of the children of the forest went the best ami fullest stock of articles in his line charges and twice have its efforts been
will get bargains by calling on him be*
merchant. Win. Savage by name, met Yrck a.
here this week on a trading exjiedition. The in Southern Oregon and sells at prices to suit crow ne<l witli success. Should property
fore going elsewhere.
AVe
will
contract
to
design
and
erect
Geo. Schnmpf is renovating his barber-shop town is richer in cayuse p«mies but cast-.iff' the times.
with an accident one «lay last week, while on
enough be found to satisfy the judgment, all kinds of buildings. When desirable to
his way t<» Fort Klamath, which resulte.l fatal­ ami expects to have an assistant next week in garments are at a premium since their depar- i Our old friend Tom 11 limey, of Sam’s valley, then indeed will its victory be complete; and those employing us, we will furnish all the
material required tor the construction ol
ly. While traveling that rocky ami dangerous Willie Young, who proposes learning the ture. Young America enjoys these visits of was in town last week and looked so innocent to none are the honors dee more than to anv building ready for occupancy.
15. F. Dowell.
the aborigines and haunts their camp in the and yet so pleased that we mistrust«*«! some­
portion of the road known as M«xl«>c 1 oint his business.
MARSH «t C<>.
L ayinoi of (’<HtNt n si one .—The corner­
I
Late frosts have killed much of the rye in anticipation of chiseling them out of some eov- thing. A glance at the marriage notices show.«
I
team ran away ami threw him from th.- wagon,
ete<l piece of horseflesh.
that our suspicions were not amiss. We ten­ stone ot the building now in course of con­ County Treasurer’s First
mangling his holy in a frightful manner ami Lake county and seed is wanted by inanv of
A NEW ARRANGEMENT!
Harvest is at hand anti many of the farmers der our congratulations and wish for the happy struction at Ashland under the auspices of
Notice.
inflicting injuries from which he died ten hours the farmers, Are they anticipating the reBurn
Couple long years of connubial felicity.
the Masonic fraternity of that place will be
are now' busily engaged in threshing their crops.
afterwar.1. He was found by a young man not of Grant ?
laid on Thursday, August 7th. Gen. T. G.
O ffice « if (’«» vnty T reanfeer . )
The
yield
will
be
very
fair,
but
hardly
as
large
de-
If you want printing of any imaginable
long after the accident and couveye.l to the
T)LANED lumber of all kinds
J
acksonville , Or., Julv 16, H'«!). !
Reames
of
Jackson
villo
has
been
invited
(<•
resilience of Capt. Ferree, but was unable to scription. plain or fancy, call at the T imes of- as was at one time anticipated, owing to rust
’OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1 can he had in quantities to suit l«v v it-
«•onduet
the
ceremonies,
in
which
he
will
and other causes superimlueed by the col«l,
there are funds in the County i rea-- ing to the undersigned, st J. 1». Parker’«
give any account of the affair. His wagon was lice, where the best work is executed at the «lamp weather of Spring. Wages are $1.50 a
l>e assisted by the following members of
ury for tho redemption of county warrants steam «aw mill on Big Butte creek. Floor­
«battered to fragments, one of the wheels hav lowest rates.
day ami upward, w hich is a slight increase
Warren ami Ashland lodges; C. C. Beek- protested from October 11th, 1875, to De« rm- ing, Rustic, Ceiling ami Moulding«can I»«
ing disappeared altogether. Under the seat
man, A. D. G. M.; W II. Atkinson, G. S. ber 1 Ith, 1*75. Interest on the same will had in any quantity. We «-an plane lum­
Mr. Clemmons, of Roseburg, who has been on those paid last year.
ber 24 irnffie* wide—in fact all kinds of lum-
W.; II. ('. Hill. G. . I. W.; Jacob Wagtier, cease ironi thia date.
were foun.l several hundred dollars in money. sojourning at Ashland for his health, died on
We doubt if there is a county in the State,
l»er nei-essarv to build house«—all of which
NEWMAN FISHER.
G.T.JJ. S. Eubanks, G S.; J. M. McCall,
We learn that Savage was on his way to I ort the 25th of cancer ir. the stomach. He was 56 1 in proportion to its population, that has an
Treasurer of Jackson Co., < >i«’g,,D. chd l»e got ready for u«e at the mill. Par­
ties who intend building can save hauling
Klamath for the purpose of buying out Jay
Grand Marshal. Prof, L. L. Rogers will de-
equal amount of farming machinery to Jackson.
more lumber than they need. Bill«, plan«
Beach, who is desirous of retiring from busi­ years of age.
liver
the
oration.
A
grand
ball
will
tike
Farms
for
Sale.
and estimates can be ba«l either at the mill
Hereafter, when there is any postage due i There is no end to the headers, reaiiers ami
ness, at the time of the catastrophe which result­
place at Houck’s hall in the evening and
threshing machines, almost every farmer being
on Big Butte or at their shop in Jackson­
ed in his death. His son was summone-l by tel­ ami unpaid on a letter, each postmaster will l>e
Persons desiring to purchase good farm« ville. Oregon .
well supplied. But we doubt whether this
oiher interesting exercises are announced.
egraphic dispatch ami has gone to Ferree s t«» required to affix a special stamp of the value
The affair will no doubt be an impressive of anv size will do well to enquire of
state of affairs is liest. A superabundance of
. ^*“A11 orders Will receive prompt at ten«
l«x,k after the effects. Savage was alxnft bo
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon.
one and everybody’ is invited to be present.
anything
is
objectionable
in
alm
8.
exery
vase.
tion.
SMITH < WAISMAN.
of
the
amount
due.
years of age and quite well-to-do.
fl
BRIEF REFERENCE.
'
To the People of Northern California and
Southern Oregon !
NORMAL SCHOOL.
ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS.
JOHN MILLER’S
PLANING MILL
SKELETON
Furniture, Sash, B'iaJs, Doors
FOUND
IN
ASHLAND
WM1 SICK!
N