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Ashland College will open almut the 15th
D ear J oe : 1 received your letter» few
T he P ioneer R eunion .—Thu committee of
prox. and no doubt with a large attendance.
arrangements for the Pioneer Reunion, Muatirs. days since, and, if 1 di<1 not know you too
Is your subscription due?
Assessor Gudtlard is now engaged in assess
TheSquaw LakoConipanv lias shut down McCall, Anderson and Houck, have appqint- 1 well, should certainly conclu«lo tlml y«>n had
Thoso in authority are sparing no pains to
ing the town.
make it a leading educational institution.
Autumn comes in like a lion.
fora few weeks, water being light.
FRIDAY, .......................... AUGUST 29, 1879.
ed as orator of the day <J. R. Neil, Esq., of gone daft. You complainthat your f«a»d
distresses you, that your tonglie is coaled,
Miss Dora Reainos is paying her friends In
Geo. Howard has l»een apjMiinted collector of
Read the new advertisements.
Crushing of ore is about being commenced Jacksouville; also the following committee«.*
dog-tax and thoso owning canines of high aud town a visit.
; in earnest at tho Tellurium mine near Can-
N otice .—Homeateail claimants desiring their
Committee on Grounds -A. V. Gillette, H. you have a h<*ada«'lie and a disposition to
School-days will soon commence.
shiver as if from c«ild, and that you are mis
low degree will Im on guard for him, m ho 1 Frank Ennis left for San Francisco yesterday,
notices of final proof published in the T imes I A tire is comfortable now-a-day9.
C. Hill and Jacob Wagner.
generally. Now, Just get a jmckage
proposes clearing the tow n of non-residents.
! Ilenry Todd, mining on Silver creek, took
to bo gone a few week;.
can be accomm«xlate«l by retjuesting the Regis- j
Committee oil table, refreshments,etc., with ! of Frese’s Hamburg Tea, and use it »»di
Days are becoming perceptibly shorter.
■ out a $90 nugget the other day, as also sev power to appoint mib-committees—Mesilamys
The State Board of Education has decided
ter of the Land Office, through their agents, to
Mrs. S. R. Taylor of Steamboat is paying eral smaller pieces.
rected, and, mv word for it, in a week’s
•end them to this institution, where the service
B. F. Myer, J. R. Tozer, J. M. McCall, J. U. I time you will Iwl likeam-w man and thsnk
her friends in towu a visit.
Groon Bros.’ arnstrns are still employed
No services at the M. E. Church on Sunday. Superintendents are unauthorized by law ami
will be performed at bedrock rates.
■ me lor this advice^
T om .
I. N. Muncy of Leland hasbeeu appointc«! a In grinding ore of an excellent quality from Bussell, P. Dunn.
! goo«l deeds will be executed upon application.
Committee ou Music—C. K. Kluni, Prof. L
Health has improved since the recent rains.
M inisterial A ppointments .—The M. E. ;
M oney to L oan . — Parlies «lesiring to bor
L. Rogers, Mrs. L. L. Rogers, Miss Frances
A full supply of mining blanks and Copp's
J. Q. Willits will have charge of the Phtenix
Conference m*«le the following appointments l A great amount of wood is being hauled to I brick with which to finish his building,
money iu any anioiint «111 tun««, ujMin good
Hand-book of Mining Iatw can always be
for this section at its recent session: Presid-1 town.
i Operations have been temporarily suspended ’ district school, which re-opens soon.
»«•«•urity, can lie a<NN>inin«slat««l by
obtain«! at the T imes office.
ing Elder, J. S. McCain; Ashland, L. I.. Rog-) St. Mary s Academy commences its fifteenth 1 on the structure until the brick are completed.
W. H. Simpson started for the Lake country
E. ¡1. Aiitcnrieth, attorney-at-law,
Gin Lin is still piping away with one their jMiwer to make tho reunion a success in
era; Jacksonville, D. A. Crowell; Klamath, L. 'car next ^on<Iay-
The jury to which was submitted tho case of this week with a load of dried fruit and bacon.
pipe ami expects to bo aide to continue op every respect, and it is confidently hoyied the
M. Nickerson; Sprague River, G. W. Roork. ! The big Oregon ox has got down aa far as Parker vs. McCoy, a replevin suit that came
M. Grasor, an early resilient of this place, erations tor soveral weeks to coine.
turnout w ill lie as large or larger than at pre
jrfFTh«* Natl«»na!Gol«i Mislal was award»*d
j Chico ami still lives.
up in Justice Huffer’s court last week, disagreed
but now living in Portland, is back on a visit. j Uncle Billy Burke brought in a lot of ore vious reunions.
to Bradley «k Rulofs««n lor the liest Photo
F ritt tn T- akr .—H. M. Thatcher of Link-1
The various flouring mills are now engage«l
Tn respect to refreshments, tho committee graphs in th«1 ITnit<*«l States, and the \ ienn-
ville has a peach-tree in his garden bearing
Col. J. N. T. Miller left for Lake county from n quartz ledge located on Foot’ncreck.
Medal for tho I hm I in tho world. 429 Mont
I in grinding new wheat.
calculate that tho pioneers living in town will gomery street. San Francisco.
fruit for the first time that promises well. )
) this week to look after his business interests ’ rich.
[ A. W. Bish has started a fruit cannory at I The Hutchinson family, whose fame as
This antagonizes the generally accepted opin-1
Rodenberger, Rast A Crltzer, of the Steam furnish the heavier meats (yierhajis having a
singers of rar» sweetness am! forco, has become ; there.
ion that little or no fruit can be raiseil in this
L. Leonard of Althouse, Josophina county, ■ Boer tniiWH, are cutting side ditches and got- barbecuo) and the broad, and the others who
DR. MINTIES NEPHRETICUM.
national, will probably pay this place a visit
en«l of Rake county an«l may induce othera to ) The Jenny creek saw-mill will bo sold at soon, as their advertisements have already tarried a day with us on his return from San ; ting everything in apple-pie order for next bring baskets are expected to have them tilled
Dn. M intie ’ k N ei ’ hhetici ' m works won
with the lighter edibles, such as chicken,
Sheriff’s sale to-morrow.
ungage in its culture quite extensively.
ders. Ill all «•a««** of Dropsy, Bright's Dis
1 reached us.
’Squire Berry has been engaged as violinist
ease, Ki«ln«*y, Bla«I«ler and Urinary C«»m-
Fruit cans in endless number at Bilger's
Dr. L. T. Davis of Windsor, Sonoma county,
! Crock Mining Company are making ditches
P roposals W anted . — L. M. Nickerson,
planil«. or Releiili«>n of I l ine, ar** cured by
hardware store at $1 a dozen.
anti otluywise improving their claims and that every basket brought lie marked with a 1 lie Nepliretieuin. Female Weakness. Grav
California, lias favoretl us with photographs of
»cent at the Klamath Indian Agency, will re
' getting ready* for Winter.
Note ami receipt books, neat and cheap, can Dr. Glenn, the next Governor of that State, I this evening.
tag containing tho owner's name, ami that all el, Diabetes, pain 111 the back, Nido and
ceive sealed proposals at his office until one
the dishes, knives, forks and spoons be marked loin are cured when all other medicines
I and also speeches by prominent men now labor- I
o'clock p. M. Saturday, September 6th, for fur be obtained at the T imes office.
next week and take charge of the College ling at present are those of Reynolds A likewise. ('onvenient lals-ls may be inadefor the have failed.
The Sciopticon gallery is making a tour of ing in his cause.
See viliat the druggist* of Portland and
nishing the following supplies: 50,0001T>s. I k «.,
Towne and Kleinhanimer A Co. Theso latter by spreading the white of an egg 14x111 San Francis«*«! say about__
Dr. Minti«’» Nu-
net; 50,000lbs. flour,sacke«l; !*>XX) lbs.coni meal, Applegate and Josephine county.
The committee of arrangements for the
Carlos Goddard and family, accompanied by companies will not finish clouuing up for common writing paper -[Tidings.
phreticiitn and Euglish Dandelion I’ilh:
sacked; and 200 tt>s. of mess pork in barrel.
Fruit of all kinds is making its appearance, Pioneer Reunion ma«le a good selection for several friends, have gone to Lake county on a soveral days to come.
We have sold a large amount of Dr. Mill
T he H arvest .—Th«* rains of the past week tie's iii««*!i<*iin*s: The English Dandelion
Aiso, 100 head of yearling heifers and 20 milch but is several weeks behindhand.
orator of the day in J. R. Neil, Esq. He is a trip of recreation.
county Sunday, who informs us that mining causetl a total sus]iensi<iii of the harvest for a Pills; also the famed N<*plirelicnni, and in
cows with calves from two to five years old.
Corn lias been damaged by the recent showers pioneer himself and will no doubt do the sub
J. R. Neil and family started for the Dead I oporations have about been suspende«! in few «lays, but <ii<! inconsi«lerable injury to the all cases highly re>««iniiien<led:
ject full justice.
John A. Childs, Di uggisl, Second »treat,
Indian country Sunday, intending to spuml a that section for the season, but that much grain. Operations w ill soon lie progressing in
H ocse B trned .—The residence of Abram of rain, but not to any great extent.
prospecting and titling up for the next is go earnest again ami it ia probable that th«* entire
Vacation will soon be over, as the district j A tine hall of large dimensions has been cut i feW day8 iu recreatiou.’
Tenbrook, in Goose Ijike valley, was destroyed
<’. II. W imh I wati I A Co., Druggist»,corner
and Alil«*r streets, Portland.
by fire a tew nights ago, together with its con
Receiver Conn of the Lakeview Land Office ! Superintendent Klippel was in from the crop will be gathere«l lteforu many «lays. A First
Messrs’. Abrams <t I'arroll, wliolewal®
review of the situation shows that there Druggists, Nos.3an<i5 Front street, S. F.
tents, the occupants barely escaping with their
Salmon caught in Rogue river were exposed
Christinas. It will till a necessity that lias passed through Jacksouville Saturday ou his , Sipiaw Lake diggings last wook and reports will lie an abundance of all the cereals,
We regard the Nepliretieuin fl* the l>e*t
lives. The fire is thought to have originated for sale in this market the other «lay.
1 way home from Roseburg.
I everything progressing satisfactorily there.
long been felt hero.
Kidney and Bladder reme«ly before tho
from a candle left burning by one of the fam-
Ashland is promised a brass band anti houses )
Mrs. Dr. Callender and Mrs. S. Plymalo of
All druggists keep them.
Pamphlets, catalogues, programmes, wed-
Judge Hanna and Jas. A. Wilson, interest by consideralilu as at first ex)iccte<l, eH|ieciall\ public.
ly. The loss is considerable and falls heavily will soon be renteil cheap in that burg.
For all «ieraiigviiicnts of th«’ Liver,
Roseburg arrive«l yesterday and will remain ed parties in the mine.
dingcardsand invitations, tickets, business cards
of wheat, notwithstanding the incrcase<l acre I'se Dr. Milltie's English Dandelion Pill».
ipon Mr. Tenbrook, who was making prepara- j
Another livery stable has been started at —in fact every description of plain and fancy sometime before returning.
For Biliousui's« and Dysp«*|»sia,
age. This is mainly due to the rust, which
ions to assume charge of his hotel at Lake-
Linkville by a party from Los Angeles.
printing, neatly executed at the T imes office at) Robt. Kahler has resumed his place at tho in a wingdam in tho Big Applegate near never in the history of Oregon was so general l's«« Dr. Mititi«*'s Englisii Dandelion Pill».
For Fever and Ague,
j City Drug Store and will be please«! to admin- Herd's saw mill. Tho be<1 ot the creek has or injurious. Tim cash price of wheat has
Another delegation of Klamath Indians has San Francisco rates.
l's<* hr. Milllie’s English Dandelion Pills.
now the N ews T ravels .—The New York been in town duriug the week ou a trading ex- r
1 ister to his many customers as of yore.
Everv family shouhl not fail to keep the
Wo notice a substantial improvement pro
1 vicinity andthoy are sanguine that their la not been set as yet; yet we eaunot hope that it
Herald” has heard of the equestrian exercises pedition.
English Dandelion pills on liaml.
Harry Wright has returned from Linkville, bors will be amply rewarded.
tending the Fourth o? July celebration at
Dr. Miiithi's Remedies will not “Cure all
Thu September term of the County Com having put down in front of his property on ' and not finding it a suitable location for his
Hon. S. F. Chadwick has returned to Sa present—judging from the ruinously low rate Complaints,” but will give imnie«Ii»le relief
illow Springs, mention of which was made missioners’ and Probate Courts will be held
lem, but expects to bo with us again before at which millers are disposing of flour. How ami piTl'ocl a «•lire in all eases, if taken »<•-
Oregon street. Similar action by other parties business will probably locate at Ashland.
the T imes , ami comments thus: “Jackson ' next week.
in company with Mr. Lightner, tho ever, there is a flattering prospect «if an inereas- «■ordingto«lirecli'His, which they are rec«Bu-
Jerry Woods, the popular knight of the whip,
would not be amiss.
mty, Oregon, has a social club which enjoys
mining expert. Something to e«l demand for our surplus, inasmuch as rust mended for.
Jos. Rapp has furnished us one of the finest
Dn. A. E. M intif . A Co.—Gents; I vol
The weather of tho past week has been I paid us allying visit Monday. He is as genial tho advantage of onr mining interests may and frost have injure«! the crops of Siskiyou
lecnliar and fascinating amusement. The water-melons of the season, for which we ren
unteer to sav your English Dandelion Pills
phenomenal, turning suddenly cool, with show- |
etiunty ami east of the mountains, ami Jose <*<pi:il and I'vi'ii surpass all yon claim
ing ladies and gentlemen meet at a grove der thanks.
era of frequent occurrence. Fall seems to ' John Daley of Eagle Point is constructing a j Capt. Ankeny*, the energetic Portlan«! cap- phine and Del Norte counties will probably ‘•from my experiem-e in their use." Fani-y
on horseback go through a number of
We learn that W. J. Stanley’s school at Cen
draw on us more than ever. This alone may
have s««t in in earnest, though Summer has neat residence winch will add to the beauty of italist, who is doing so much to develop tho improve matters materially, to th«1 lieimfit of they have n«i e«pial for Dyspepsia and Liver,
ces to the music of a violin.”
tral Point will hold a picnic In McCoy’s grove
J. A. stimiw nmnoE,
mines ot Southern Oregon, arrive«! on Tues- ( the farmers’ exchequer, before Spring. Let us troubles.
j that thriving village.
1 but hardly bloomed.
First Street. L«*alher Merchant.
mother B all .—As will be seen by adver-
’s stage. He is now sole proprietor of ] h«qie so.
P«irtlan«L Sept. 1“, 1X7«.
Mrs. A. Merriman has rented her place in day
Carlos Goddard has just completed a neat ) I Tho most elegant stock of calling cards
tho Sterling mine and his mission here is in
nent elsewhere, Louis Herling will re-open
Du. A. E. M intie A <’«».—Gents: I have
relation to it. Thcditeh will be extended a
pROCF.EIilNGS OF THE Cm Col'NCII.. The used your famed English Daiulelion Pills
louse on Poorman’s creek, which has just residence for C. Mingus that is a credit to hi*
tew miles and other improvements made Board «if Trustee» hel«l a special session Mon tor lorpi«! liver and dyspepsia and «*an
from New York at the T imes office and we arc movc to Ashland with her family.
thoroughly renovated, with a grand ball skill as a mechanic.
this season, which the Captain will inaugu
freely «»%-, they are the liest Pills I over
L. L. Savage has gone to Lake conuty “to rate during his stay hero.
1 day evening. President l.ang«'ll prusitled, with’ had. I <•1111 rcc<niiiiieii«l t hem a* a sure pro-
Wm. Cameron of Uniontown is supplying prepare«! to print any number in the best style
•eptember Sth. Mr. Herling long ago
and at Eastern rates.
swing the lariat"' and chase tho festive buffalo
Water has begun to fail on the upper por Messrs. Orth, Nickell ami Kenney in attend vonlive and positiv«* cure in all cases of
1 tho reputation of giving the most en- Jacksonville with fine blackberries, selling
It is said that a foot-race for ?l()0 a side, ovor the sage-brush plains of that eastern tion of Silver creek and some of the miners 1 ance; absent, Mr. Rvalues.
fever and ague. Truly y « »tirs.
e parties, and this one will be no excep- three gallons for $1.
A mos P aiiticiuge , Contractor.
single «lash of 100 yards, will be run at Wilder- t country.
The following bills were report«! favorably
The best of music and supper will be
Portland. Oct. 5, i. 1K7M.
Old Jupiter Flavius sunt L. Hubert afislr ville by Henry Mensor of this place ami Geo. 1 ' Simon Caro,an old resident of Jackson coun have departed tor other scenes. It is be
lieved bv many that an extensive area of I from the Finance Committee ami <ir<lure«l pai«l:
Dn. M iniie A Co. treat all Chronlcand
d, while no endeavors are lieing spared ing for a few days, but Lis sprinkler was again
Lewis <»f Josephine county. In ease it trans ty, left for Roseburg yestenlay, where lie will rich ground exists below tho falls, and A<1. Helms,removing dead animal. $1: N. L«n- S|H-cial Discasiis w itli su<,<s,‘«». No. 11 Kear-
it a success in every respect. Those calle«! into requisition.
pires fast time may be expeetetl.
actively engage 111 business again. Success to w ill next attract attention of miners. Sev gell, «litto, $1; K. S. Dunlap, work on <'eni<‘tery ney St., San Francisco, I’al.
eral good claims havo been established since <
a pleasant time will not fail to be on
The Ashlaml Woolen Mills are running to ■ Several of our German friends, accompanied him.
the excitement began, which has not been house, $6 50; John Orth, lumber, $7 76; N.
their fullest capacity aud turn out a fine as- by their families and a few others, held a pic- ) Dr. 11. Wright of Lakeview passed through entirely devoid of excellent results, by any Laugell, Fourth of July donation. Sift.
TO THE FRONT AGAIN!
art » B oend .—Gen. Forsythe, Gen. sortment of first-class goo«ls.
nic on the camp-meeting grounds near Bybee's
Oregonian-l*o«*alioiitas Trilw No. I. Im- I
— »M l ’ll A
The Roseburg “Star" says that while the
’. Pollock ami Capt. Adams, officers
Certificates of merit ami every description of ferry last Sunday. It prove«! a highly enjoy where he hopes to find a suitable business lo-
present excitement exists in regard to min
Army, who have lieen holding a blanks for school teachers furnished by the able affair ami was thoroughly appreciated.
privilege of putting a gat«* in the City <'erne-
ing claims it is well to call tho attention of tery fence, in accordance with recouiincndation
il at Fort Klamath, were in town T imes office at reasonable rates. .
Two members of Eckelson «!; Co.'s surveying
where he will holil a series of meetings, and is exports to the part of Rogue liver in the vi , of Cemetery Committee.
mt resumed their journey home-
Nick. Ficke has purchased of Major Glenn party, now on Evans creek, strayed from camp aee«mipanie<l by Itovercmls Hardison and einity of the Big Moadtiws. The bars there
From San Francisco
The Street Committee reportc«l a rem«ui-
‘owing day. These gentlemen are
recently ami wamlered about in the hills tor Miller of this county.
hav««long been known to lie rich in gold, strance to the opening of streets in Caniwell's
identified with the Department of
two days before they were recovered. Eck.
I but tho diftieully of access has prev tmled .'««Idition as pray«! for in petition of Messrs.
having taken a leading part in D streets, paying $600 therefor.
proposes putting a bell en them hereafter. ' H. J. Terrill of Butte creek was in tow n mining operations. M <• learn that there is 1 Ilyan am! 11 el «er ami w«re given further time
The roa«i from Fort Klamath to Crater Lake
Tuesday, from whom we learn that harvest is now a good Summer trail by the way of i in which to «•onsiiler the matter.
irs that visited Eastern Oregon
Reainos Bros, are closing out their stock of
The Boar«! then adjourn«-«!.
«’»ries during the past few years, has been placed in excellent condition for the ' goods at prices that “will astonish the natives." drawing to a close in that section ami that
The Portland company which owns
egs leave t <» < all the aiten -
crops are generally fair.
.rst visit to this section for sume- accommmlation of excursion parties.
lioii of the public to (lie tael that ho ha*
(Jen. Beanies will soon pay San Francisco a
A shland C ollege and N ormm S chool .
y seemed to thoroughly enjoy it.
|u«t returned from San Franejxco witlia lull
<'lough A (.’aril, the enterprising proprietors posed of Doctors McCoy, N’ieklin and Bar- J
Breckenfehl has received some new ami pop visit for the purpose of laying in a magnificent
j The following preamble and resolutions in ri - stock of
of the Coos Bay stage line, are furnishing Bor. E. J. Jeffery ami Frank Kinney, will!
m the M illers .—Flour has been ular brands of tobaccos and cigars that are assortment for the Fall ami Winter trade ami
lation to th«1 Ashland Academy were submitt«!
pronounced very fine by connoisseurs.
room will be an object; hence this markc«l re- through tickets from Roseburg to San Francis probably put through their ditch, a few) by the committee <m education of the M. E.
ice ami this staple is now ridicu-
I co for the low price of $11.50.
miles in lengt h, from Bolen Lake. ThetaA'ol
Eastern Oregon wool is quoted at 17(c20c. ' duction.
We suppose those engaged in
former gentlemen visited Josephine county j ¡('«inference, in session at Portland recently,
«'«INSISTING |X I’AKT OF
recently and are well pleased with the pros-, 1 and adopted:
jc market are fully aware of what ami valley at 22i(& 26c. in the San Francisco
market, a slight change for the better.
has organized a fire «lepartmcnt. In this she is
pects. A heavy cave of dirt provente«! the 1 W iiekea «, The property known ns the A«h-
ing. Yet we cannot but doubt the
just that much ahead of Jacksonville, w hich with venison, They were quite successful, company from making much headway j land Academy han liecn tender«! th«« «inference LADIES’ FANCY GOODS
y of this action for more reasons
has double her population. Another tirst-elass having killed five deer during the few days last Spring.
j free of debt, to lie conducted as the Ashland
This great reduction not only works men are now engaged in improving the road
The recent clean-up at tho Grand Apple i College am! Normal School, therefore
between Dardanelles ami Rock Point.
conflagration is all that i« nec«»sxarv t«> reinin«! they were out.
nlvantage of the miller, but it also
Mrs. H arvey of San Francisco, formerly gate diggings Is said to havo been «julto sat- I Kesolve«!, That tho trust is hereby
The Jacksonville Minstrels expect to give a us that a fire department wouhl not be amiss
isfactorv to the stockholders. It
I' is probable 1 under the «»nditiims of the «Iced, am!
aflect3 the best interests of the farm
Mrs. Roselle Wade of Jacksonville, who has
changes lowing trustee* reconimendeil by the Ashland
consumer is not encouraged to utilize
C«>1. John E. Ross last Saturday exhibit«! a 1 been paying her relations a visit, returned to
<)F Till: LA TEST STYLES,
buttons tight when the fun commences.
amount of flour by this war among
four-year-«4«l c«ilt that is umloubtedly one of (California Monday, accompanied l>y Win.
A. W. Sturges is putting his dry-house in or
Horotofiire operations havo boon prosecuted i
jrs, and where its beneficial results lie
the largest ever raised ill the State. He is short, herdjrother.
T. Chapman, W. II. Atkinson.
der and m ill soon commence curing a large
at a disadvantage ami w ith little if any prof-1 | Second Class -For two years, G. F. Billing", Groceries. Tobaccos. <fcc., Ac.
main a mystery with the insiders.
amount of excellent fruit for Winter use.
it. Very fine proapocLs wore lately John Walker. A. G. Rnckfellow.
n of “PftiPE of P erche .”—This well-j Wisdom & Snider, at the Sterling saw-mill, am! will weigh in the ncighborhoo«! of a ton Claude Thayer is lying dangerously ill at the , struck, which, if they at all represent
Third Class—For three years, L. L. K iger««,
when fully matured. Constant's horse ’•Samp
richness of tho ground, leave small Clark Taylor, Jacob Wagner.
residence of his parents at East Portland. the
Percheron stallion, the property of W. are
furnishing the market with an excellent son” is his sire.
doubts of the existence of a bonanza. Aa
Their successors to tw elect««! for three years
His many friends will bo pleased to hear of high as $1 to the pan has been taken out by
er of Ashland, died on the morning of « quality of lumber. and plenty of it, too.
Sheriff Bybee is now busily engage«! in levy his early convalescence.
j by the «inference. The school to Is« condiict- i
th. It is believed that the animal came
Passenger travel on Phillips’ Linkville stage ing upon the property of several «lelimpicut
is said. Superintendent Fitzpatrick will at | «•«1 in conformity with our «lisciplin«* and con-
J. W. Manning returned from Fort Klamath once eoiumem-e preparations for next sea 1 ference regulations concerning iustiluii«ms ot
death by a slow piison, w hich the testi- line is increasing, The stages may be depend-
MENS' AND BOYS' Sil HITS,
tax-payers ami others tire responding with :
Saturday with theotlicers whohaveboun holding son's work ami expects to make some inter learning.
of I>octors Chitwood ami Royal, who cd ujion for specily ami comfortable transit.
assortment from the finest (o tlio
alacrity. Iu many cases the tax, which orig
a court-martial there. Hu informs 11« that his esting developments. Auothor pipe will
an examination of the body soon after i We have been placed under obligations by C.
P rorate C oprt .—Tho following ImsineB*
inally amounted to a small sum, develops
SI'E< T AC I.ICS AND JEWELRY.
1, goes to corroborate. The loss of “Pride H. Woodwar«! A Co. of Portland for a supply into a largo one by reason of tho ililatorineb» hay contract has been fulfilled, though he met probably lieadded.
has boon transacted before Hon. S. J. Day,
with some opposition iu completing it.
The finest lot of Spectacles and Eve glass
•rche’” is not only a serious blow to Mr, of Vanity Fair fly-paper, the best iu the market. of the delinquents.
T he J acksonville M instrels .—Thia Judge of this Court., since onr last issue:
es ev er brought Io t lie market and Watches
Jas. Griftin, agent of the Universal Copying popular troupe of amateur performers pro
r but to the stock interests of Oregon as! The melancholy days have come, the saddest
Tho last number of tho “Litcrar}* Vidette,"
In th« matter of the estate of M. Fountain, ami .1« welrv of »•very <l<"-<*ripti<m.
. as he was a fine horse in every sense of of the year; when too warm it proves for whis published monthly at Salem, is on our table.
pose giving an entertainment at Veit’s Hall deceased. First semi-annual report of Siq;ali
4'< all ami be < 'ouv im’cd.Tij
GEO. W. ELLIOTT.
term, selling at public auction just after ky straight and much t«»o col«l for lager beer. It is well tilled with choice reading matter ami county on a business visit. The people of that on the evening of September 6th and are Fountain, administratrix, examine«! and ap
section will find the pictures of this institution now busily engaged in rehearsing for the proved.
arrival from France for $3,070. Should
One Joseph Landis has patented a porta in neatness of appearance compares favorably of a superior order and second to gone.
In the matter of the estate of M. H Garrett,
occasion. Among the talent this company
licions be well foundml it is to be h«>pe«l ble fence. It will be popular with farmers of with the best Eastern perio«lieals. Semi 5(1
II. S. Brown of Dak land (Cal.) has been is com post'd of we find D. W. Crosby, R. deceased. Ileport of Frances E. Garrett, guar
full an«l summary justice will lie meted Jackson county who have watermelon patches. cents to E. O. Norton »t Co. ami you w ill re
•lian of minor heirs, cxaininc«l ami approve«!.
ceive tho “Vidette” for a year. It is worth it. «•ailed to Althouse, Josephine county, by the IL Klippel, Chas. Wolters, Robt. Wilkin
In tho matter of the estate of I' W. Siow,
to the scoundrel who would be guilty of
We offer a year's subscription to the T imes
serious illness of hiseldcst son. W 111. Q. Brown,
an insane js-rson. Petitimi of Tims M c A ii
h a dastanlly* outrage, to the injury of so as a premium to th«1 person who presents this
The spell of warm weather that came sml- who. we are ple;us«l to learn, is now convales son, J. R. Little and others, with Prof. J.
(Scott as violinist, a guarantee that the en drew, guardian, forsaleof realty heard amici
erprisiiig a horseman as Mr. Myer is.
office with the largest water-melon this season. «lenly to a close last week, is report«I to l»e cent. Hu passed through town Saturday,
tertainment will bo first-class and unexcep tatiou ordered issue«!.
IFTIRMED.—The decision recently rendered
tionable in every particular. The boys
N otice . — In tho course «if a few weeks tho««1
Judge Hanna in the Canyon road case, from saw-mill, had his right haml rather severely itant.” The thermometer neared 100 several I Sunday ami will remain awhile, inasmuch as have procured an entirely new lot of songs, indebte«! to the T imes office w ill receive a state
ich Willis A Abraham appealed, lias lieeu injured the other day by some of the machinery. successive afternoons ami the miner who <li«l 'the docket had been dispose«! of for the term plays, etc., and in making their initial bow m.'nt of their account, to whi« h they are ex-
«luring it« prevalence, like th«» soldier at Fort
irmed by the Supreme Court. The damages
Some of our citizens pai«l Pluvnix a visit Yuma, is sai«l tohave returue 1 forliis blankets. when Court adjourned. His Honor was to the puldie will spare no pains to give tho |K*cte«i to pay prompt attention, as w«* innst
heartily welcome«! home by his many friends.
.anled by the lower Court ($7,000> were moil Sunday. We learn that the hotel at that
fullest satisfaction. Thov should and will meet payment« in a considerable aimmut. Tin-
P. Britt and party returned last week from be greeted by a largo audience.
ed somewhat. Thus a quietus lias been place has been on the verge of bankruptcy ever
B. EUS3ELL, rSOPBIZTOB.
snin each may lie indebted is small, but in th«1 i
ern Oregon, <lie«l at the residence of C. Magru a trip to the Dc.nl Indian country. He took
aceil upon a matter that has occnpietl the since.
A n Orrr.an D emonstration .— -A young agirregate amounts to a treat deal to us. Conn
We have just print«! a bountiful supply of der, Central I’oint, on the 21st inst., after an I several photographic views «luring liis absence
¿nous Courts for years ami was a source of
residing not many miles from Jack ty scrip will be taken at par.
I til HE UNDERSIGNED. BEING STA-
, «ravation to the p««qile of Douglas county. subscription receipts ami will deem it no trouble illness <>f a few days, ag«l about (»0 y«»ars.
exhibited her agility the other
his already large assortment of pictures of 11a- sonville
I lioiicd at Abbiami again, lias tiirmsi Ilia
01 ten proving a political issue as it were. A
morning in implanting a “daisy-cutter” on
entire aiteii(i<ni to the
«•rpetual injunction restraining the Galesvilk
Kahler A Bro. intend erecting a tine brick the eye of a friend with her dainty fool, to 1 public are respect full) invited to atteml the
well known in an early «lay as a first-class me
ul Canyonville Komi Company from collect-j The showers of this week have done the
building on th«' present site of tho City Drug the litter discomfiture of that organ, which j Harvest Home Dance at McCoy's grove on
jr < toll on the Canyon road is now in existence farmers no perceptible good. Those whoso
A fraud sporting tho title of Dawkter Eley Store next Spring. It will prove a substantial
and is fully prepared to fill all order* in
aid the public will no longer be calle.l up«m to grain is still unthreshe«! are esjiecially discom- of New Yawk. entered into negotiations with improvement to that portion of town ami other latter la<l v is painfull v aware <> f the fact that l>e place«! in thorough comlitioii aiul everything this lino with neatness and dispatch and al
imwle«! by them.
prop« rtv-owm rs should not be slow in follow it was not an optical delusion.
, necessary to the «iceasioii will lie promptly on prices to suit the limes.
tali to more than one corporation at a time.
D. 11. Feathers, agent for the Singer, has a Knights A Short of the Forest House, a resort ing their example.
I hand. Tickets, $1.
MONI M ENTS. TA BEETS, li F. ALSTON KM
Xnis is one of the first cases upon which Jmlge
R i -. ai . E state T ransmtions .—Thu following
variety of second-hand sewing machines, in sitnat«! near Yreka, to purchase the property
Judge Floyd ami Chas. Hugh«-.«. Esq., of Jose
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Banna has been called to pass ju.lgmeiit, and
B ail at S am ’ s V ai . i . f . y . A grand ball will Executed in any deseription of marble.
good ortler, for sale cheap. See what ho has for $22,5<Ml, but taile«l to put in sight when phine county, were in town this week and favor- deeds have Ixien recorded in the County Clerk'»
Every variety ot cemetery and other stone
Wat his interpretation of the law in so intri to say elsewhere.
th«- deeds were to bo <b-livere«l. As usual, e«l ns with a pleasant call. These gentlemen office since tho last issue of the T imes :
lie given at Sam's \ alley oil th«1 evening of work executed in a satistai'tory manner.
cate a matter has been a.Iju«lge<l accurate by tho
The Tombstone silver mine of Arizona, in several confiding creditors nmurn the gay , report the mining season closed in Josephine
A. G. Koekfelbiw ami wife to Louisa Powoll, Friday, September 5th, by E. W. Gragg. The Special attention given to orders from any
uperior Court is something quite complimen-
county, but expect it to re-open with renewed premises in .Ashland. Consideration, $500.
which Sehieffelin brothers are largely inter Doctor's sudtlen departure.
I liest of music and supper w ill !«• provid««! ami part ot Southern Oregon. Address
ary to him.
J. il. RUssKLL. Ashland, Or.
est«!. is paying well, according to the “Scien
’ nothing w ill la« left undone to ensure a most
E xchange or S chool B ooks . —Followingare tific Mining Press.”
Table Rock precinct, is now- in operation ami
Adam Schmidt an«l Geo. Beller started for ('oiisideratioii, $50.
pleasant affair. A general invitation is ex
County Ti'casnrer’s Second
he prices which the agent for the Independent
It is said that G. W. Holt proposes adiling fully prepared to fill bills for lumber of every Lake county last week to look after the pros
lead«» ami WaUon’s Speller will charge ex- another story to his building now in course of description an«l a sujierior quality at the low «-st pects of a brewery they propose starting there,
R e -O i ’ENING of Asm.ANoCot, i . eoe .—Ap
'lange for Pacific Coast Reader and Seller: construction; bat this is probably news
Mr. rates. Jesse has fumisheil his mill with the but retiirne«l We«lne.«dav «lissatisfie«! with the propriate «»xoreiae» will attend the opening
O ffice of C ovnti T hi asfceh , )
Are yon stepping upon tho threshold of hie?
•irst Reader. 8 eta.; Second, 12 cte.; Thinl, 16 Holt ax well as to us. .
most improve«! machinery .ami w ill «pare no ' outlook. Town lots have advance«! in price >f Ashland College on September 15th. The
J a «’K« on v 11.I.F., < »gu., A liguât ft, 1x79. j
Secure for yourself a good inoral character. ■
Fourth.SOet«.; Fifth,36 eta.; Sixth,45cts.;
The Jacksonville Brass Band will probably pains in giving the fullest satisfaction. Rea«l
«»TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Without virtue you cannot tie respected; with
; teller. H cte. Where the jwople have no I’a- lie enga-’e«! for the Pioneer Reunion, in which
there are fun<ls in I lie < «niiii v Tii-aM«ry
cellent programme is being arranged.
Morrell's Minstrels passed through the val passed through town on the 21st, en route for
out integrity v<m can never rise to distincti* in 1 ir tho r<‘<lompti<m of the lolI«« w nig warrant*
• ific Coast Reailers nor Pacific Coast Spellers to case it will also furnish music for tho ball
1 on I ho aarne:
^change for the new readers and spellers, at Houck's hall in the evening.
ley last week, en route for California. They Portland, to atteml the State Te.aeh«»rs' Asso
P ersonal .—Th«* Mother Superior, who and honor. If bilious, use Pfundur's O regon j No.
B lood P urifier .
B. W. Hiisten, ailininistrstor of the estate «lid not tarry here, though they <li«l play at ciation, which was in Session tho forepart of has boon paying the Sisters of this placca )
hey can obtain the Iu«lependent read« rs at m-
..... *:t(* KO
this week. IL1 was announced to lecture upon
Joductiuu rates till the Sth of January, ISSO, of Davi«l Huston, deceased, offers a warrant for Kock I’oint. Walter Barks, their strongest the “Conservation of Educational Forces" brief visit, returned to Portland yesterday, )
foil«'**- Imlei»eiidunt Primary Be:uler, 13
class troupe that give.« nightly performances at
FOSTER—SIMPSON—At the residence of I Mil.................
\V, C. Mver, of Ashland, will ni.ak«» a trip will take tho veil after «Ino preparation.
Secornl, 23 eta.; Thinl, 35cts.; Fourth, 45 ulars apply at the Clerk's office.
-ts ’ Fifth, 70 cts.; Sixth, SB ets.; Watson's
Business men can keep their money at home Boselnirg ami comprises such well known per to the Sound country early in September with
N ew Goons.—K. Kubli, E. Jacobs, S. P.
Rev. Father Blanchet, Johns. Foster anil ! 760.................
formers as Tom Lynch, Harry Austin, Prof.
some fine Percheron colts ami fillies. Bobby Jonosand others received a fine assortment I Mias Mary (’. Simpson.
Complex Speller, 16 cts. In the matter of by ordering tlmir bill-b“ads, letter heads, notes, Barnes atxl others.
Burns, the little Shetland «tailion, will lie w ith of now good.« yesterday per Jas. Armpriesl’s HIGH—THOMI’NON—In Eden precinct, 613.................
gebanga, any l«oek, it matters not how much receipt«, etc., at the T imes office, where the
D. Linn is in recent rweipt of a largo stock
by Elder A. Brown, It. F. High and Mifta 631.................
th«> outfit. On the way he will stop several teams.
t may l>e worl1 or 8l,'lcd, or how many leaves
of material from San Francisco ami is now pre .lavs in Portland. He will not attend the
Laura A. Thompson.
Interest will ceHM» on the alxoedate,
‘r, gone, ao there is enough kit to show that' Next M imlav is the last day for entries in pare«! to <lo fancy work in his line in better ■ State Fair this year.
N otice .—The assessment of 50 cents due !
g t ia » book, will he taktjn in ex< hange by the the handicap race, to come off «luring the Fair style than ever. His stock of furniture is also
members of the Pioneer Society can |
We received a call from A. S. Jacoba, Mr.
Treasurer of Ja<*k*«on (’«»..Oregon.
■nta for the correspomling book of the Imle- week at Yreka, ami those who neglect cannot first-class, and when we talk of constructing Guerin ami others of Ashlaml this week, who lie paid at any time to K. Rubli, the Treas- )
Hl’FFER—In Jacksonville, August 25th
Series at exchan-ge rates. Six mouths get their horses in after that date.
buildings this establishment is not to be ex were paying our town a flying visit. They in urer <>f the organization.
1 to the wife ot J. II. Iluffer, a daughter.
•j m July 8, 1879, the time the books were
A win«! ami rain storm «li«l «msiderable ec 11 ed by any in Southern Oregon.
j VEST—In Ashland, August 24th, to the
Dave form ns that the first, story of the new Masoivc
To L oan , — Five hundred dollars on good se
looted »‘H l,e allowed for exchange and in- damage in tliy vicinity of Linkville last week. makes undertaking a specialty ami his coffin« building has been completed ami that work
1 WILL PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE
I wife of B. C. Vest, a daughter.
After the expiration of that time
1 for a heal to all those that are owing me,
s ?* ' luetton.
in exchange for sad.tlorv/barm's^Hiid
the pe'U'lo 1,1 kV ,H! r"'li;ire'l L<* ?•*>’
regular The frame of Jay Beach's building, in course
fore tile close of the week.
my line. HENRA
retail price for the books.
NEW STOCK ? GOODS
GEO. W. ELLIOTT
At Prices that Defy Competition.
ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS.