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Deer are quite numerous near M. Hanley’s
Our friend Walter Sutton, whilom knight CASH PRICES AT REAMI N BROTHERS' f
STORE, JA4KMOMTLLE, OR.
of the shooting-stick and mallet, but now
I Pleasant weather.
Capt. H. Kelly is in Portland.
recently been killed by ambitious young niin-
Clerk of Curry County, is paying this section
Fruit of all kinds is plentiful.
Major Glenn and daughter returned to Cal- a visit, Time has weighed lightly on Walt.,
rods in the neighborhood.
.SEPTEMBER 26, 1879,
and he is the same good-natured "muldoon” Choicest Costa Rica coffee, per tt>......... 21c
W. W. Kentnor of Ashland is constructing ifornia yesterday.
The public health is improving.
San Francisco refined (C) sugar, per it»..13c
N ew R ate B ill .— The Board of Directors of
a buckboard for Robt. M. Garrett, which will
David Shook, of Lake county, was in the week. of yore. He will return home next 4 'rushed Sugar, per fb............................. 14)^c
Local correspondence is solicited.
Jacksonville school district has levied a rate
las used on the Jacksonville-Waldo mail line valley this week after a load of supplies.
Extra C syrup, per 5 gallon kegs......... $5 25
Harvest is about over everywhere.
I. 0. Miller of Ashland was in town Mon 4>rant’s candles, per box........................ 4 25
hill of 11.60 a pupil per term in the first and
during the Winter season.
Capt. Riley and escort returned from Van- day, from whom we learn that improvements Best candles, N. B.,per box................... 4 50
Winter arrangements are in order.
second departments and $1 per pupil in the
Now is the time to advertise. Give the couver yesterday.
Adamantine candles, j>er box.............. 3 50
are progressing steadily there. Many new Soda
The printer should not be forgotten.
third and fourth. Being graded about right,
and saleratus, I. JI. L.,per tb....... 12^o I
people an opportunity to know what you are
We learn that Jas. Wheeler of Yreka will buildings are in course of erection and a lack Grain pepper, sifted, jwr tb................... 25c I
TIIE OLD STAND OF J. BILGER)
these discriminative rates of tuition will no
The State and Yreka Fairs are next.
doing. The fall trade has commenced; there open a saloon at Linkville soon.
doubt give satisfaction.
Jacksonville Minstrels to-morrow night.
fore speak out, or you will be left.
B. Pace's tin tag tobacco, per tb....... 75c
We are pleased to note that’Squire Hoffman, tard progress. The structures are generally J.
oil, per 5 gallon can..................... $.3 00
No services at the M. E. Church Sunday.
F. Luy received a lot of leather from Port who has been quite ill, is able to be about
A ccident .— Geo. W. Holt had the little fin
I Choicest tea, per tb................................ 50c
California St., Jacksonville,
Jos. Rapp again comes to the rescue with a land the other day, ujxin some of which John again.
ger of hia right hand broken in handling some
DRY-GOODS AND CLOTHING.
Orth’s brand could still lie seen, he having sold
plank last Saturday. While the accident is fine water-melon.
I Lownsdale bleached muslin, peryd.... 12J4C
B. F. Dowell is giving his friend Griswold a
White Rock bleached muslin, per yd... 12‘ac
an unfortunate one,especially at this juncture,
Six new buildings are in course of construc the hides it was manufactured from.
breathing-sjiell and has turned his attention to
“ “ ...) 10c
Mining news is scarce and becoming scarcer. Red B»nk
work on hia brick building is nevertheless pro tion at Linkville.
Short dresses are now all the rage in Paris. water-pipes.
“ “ ...] 10c
gressing and it will soon l>e in a fair way of
Operations are still progressing at the Grand Cabot A and Cabot W unbleached mus
Fires in the mountains give the atmosphere This is glorious news to the Oregon ladies who
J. G. Birdsey has recovered from his recent
lin, per yd........................................ lt)c
have grown left-handed in the back from
completion. The broken member was set by a hazy appearance.
Applegate diggings under the supervision of
reps for ladies wrappers peryd25o
Dr. Aiken and Mr. Holt expects to resume his
TIN, SHEET-IRON ANO COPPER WARE-
Diagonal dress goods, per yd............... 25c
A flutter in the matrimonial market is ex-
place before many days.
A full supply of mining blanks and Copp’s
‘ pected hereabouts soon.
John Shook has some intentions of engaging
Fancy water proofs peryd.................. $1 00
a-days and every suspicious looking substance,
of Mining Law can always be ob Cotton batting, per !b............... ........... 30c
T he M instrels .—The Jacksonville Minstrels
The M. E. Church at Pluenix received a
from the brickbat down, is accorded much
tained at the T imes office.
I 'anton flannel, per yd......................... 12J$c
will give another performance to-morrow night. new bell sometime since.
county. Success to him.
Laces, embroideries, a yd 12‘icand upwards
1 attention by our local paleontologists,
They will perform an entirely new programme,
The advance wagon of Reames Bros., train of
Ladies’ kid gloves,per'pair.................. 75c
P. Britt is now employing the latest and
s Attention is called to the advertisements of
but promises to be resuscitated soon. What Corsets ....................................................$1 00
Con Slating of popular songs, dances, sketches, new goods arrived Tuesday.
Beat Corsets........................................... i 75
John Callaghan and Mrs. S. E. Morrison, who
news we have is of a favorable character.
etc., superior, if anything, to the one presented
For beautiful visiting cards of the most pop have filed notices of intention to make fiual takes first-class pictures.
Indies’ silk ties...................................... 25c
on the occasion of their former entertainment.
ular styles go to the T imes office.
I i Geo. S. Walton and family of Eugene City
proof in support of their homestead claims.
The boys are practicing assiduously and will
but will resume operations on a more extensive
CLOTHING CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
The attendance on the various schools in-
leave nothing undone to give the fullest satis
The city authorities will hereafter require have removed to Manzanita precinct and will scale than ever when water becomes abundant A good suit for....................................... $10 00
PUMPS AND PIPE,
j creases as the Fall season progresses.
Hats, each............. ........... ..$1 and upwards
faction. The hall should lie crowded.
all troiqies, societies, etc., local or itinerant, permanently locate there.
Brown duck overalls, per pair............ 75c
Transactions in wheat and flour are more giving performances to pay a license in ac O. Gunnison, formerly of this place, but now
John Meldrum A Co., engaged in placer min Blue denim
“ ............ 750
R unaway .—P. Boschey’s team made a sud ' uumerou9. but prices are still nominal.
cordance with the ordinance in such cases pro i carpenter at the Klamath Indian Agency, paid ing on Steamboat, are doing better than ever. Levi Strauss A Co.’s cop|>er-riveted
den strike for freedom last Friday morning
us a flying visit last week.
duck overalls, per pair................... $1
Au excellent assortment of stoves has just vided.
They realized several ounces from a short run Levi Straubs A Co.’s copper-riveted 50
while standing in front of Veit Schutz’ brew
A son and daughter of I). H. Feathers of recently.
The matrimonially inclined should not for
blanket-lined duck coats....
ery and started dowu street at breakneck been received at Bilger's hardware store.
place arrived from the East last Monday
blanket-lined duck coats,
speed. After caroming on fences, lamp jmsts
L. Orme was up from Gall’s creek Saturday, Other
White shirts, good,....................
etc., on the way they succeeded in freeing list just issued. It will be found of iuterest.
who informs us that the miners of that region i Merino
i The condition of Claude Thayer is improved are beginning to make preparations for next Canton flannel undershirts <t drawers,75c
themselves from the wagon and took a lively
A rush of new advertisements necessitates
! and prospects for his ultimate recovery are season’s work.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
chassez up the Oregon stage-road, finishing the omission of some interesting reading mat ported.
made, warranted and
which, they halted and were captured.
Work is progressing finely at the Sterling
THE BEST WOSTEKHOLM CUTLERY
bottom, per pair $4
N. A. Handy, formerly a merchant of Yreka, mine. The ditch will be completed and every Boots, California made, warranted and 50
H. Stephenson of John Mule creek is now the annual tax at its next regular session,
H orses P oisoned .—Jas. McDonough of
stamped on bottom, finest A best
manufacturing syrup from sorghum grown by which convenes week after next. It is hardly was in town last week. He is making a tour thing ready for active operations when the
Willow Springs precinct met with a serious
rainy season commences.
Eastern made boots, per pair.__ $3 to 4 00
POWDER AND FUSE,
loss last week in the death of four fine colts
John Windom, formerly of Phoenix, is con
Ladies’ shoes,California made,best calf,
by poison. They were running in Wm.
warranted and stamped, per pair 2 25
There is an unusual amount of travel via the structing a blacksmith shop in Sam's valley ed their ditch and are about to commence
Indies’ shoes, 2d quality, per pair....... 2 00
Kahler's field at the tune and it is supposed river instead of Goose Lake, as heretofore Linkville road at present. Besides the large and will soon be ready for custom.
ground-sluicing. They have good diggings
got some wild parsnip, a poisonous herb that announced.
number of teams coming in for supplies, im
A General Assortment of SHELF IARDWABI
E. Emery of Eagle Point informs us that the
is often found in this section. This falls heav
migrants from California are taking this road Missouri next week. A hack left this place
Ex-Governor Chadwick and Major Fechet Ladies’half doth shoes,warranted and
ily upon Mr. McDonough, who would have re rot has somewhat damaged the potato crop of to escape tole.
stamped on bottom......................... $2 50
have gone to .Josephine county to examine the Ditto,
fused several hundred dollars for any one of Butte creek.
2d quality, per pair...................... 2 001
Great tires are burning in the region of Big
Charley Morrell will be at the State fair mines of that section. They will probably i Carpet slippers “ “ ....................... 751
Jacksonville is steadily improving aud gain
Butte and destroying much valuable timber. with his minstrels, having recently returned spend sometime longer in Southern Oregon be Moquet or plush slippers per pair....... 1 00
ALL MADE BY WHITE LABOR.
T he D agger C ockle B i rr .—This noxious ing in population. There is evidence of this It is high time some active measures were from California w ith a first-class troupe.
fore returning home.
weed grows exuberantly in many localities on every hand.
taken to bring those guilty of originating them
It is said that some capitalists from abroad Nails, per keg, 100 fbs.............................. $7
FIRST-CLASS MECHANIC WILL
Charley Howard,our County Surveyor, is con
A wagon-shop has been opened in the rear of to even justice.
aud is becoming a greater nuisance than ever.
attend to Job-work with neatness and
Road supervisors should not delay in destroy G. W. Crystal's blacksmithing establishment
Ed. Hendricks, who has the Long place on
Ditch Company's diggings. The price offered White lead, Atlantic, per keg, 25 lbs.... 3 00
tion of town, near that of 'Squire Buffer.
will also keep constantly on hand a
ing it immediately, as there is a penalty for by M. Forman.
All other goods in stock will be sold for large
Applegate rented, exhibits one of the finest
is $100,IKK). Although this is a large sum, the cash
at prices in proportion to lhe above.
failing to do so; besides, the weed goes into
Brooks has just received the finest as crops of vegetables ever raised in Southern Or Col. John E. Ross started for the Willamette
seed soon, and it will be too late to remove sortment of clocks ever brought to town. They egon. Some of the cabbage-heads weighed as valley Saturday with twelve line horses, which
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO.
A M ove in the R ight D irection .—There
knowing that they have one of the best pieces
it then. We shall publish the law relating are really elegant.
much as 25 pounds.
of mining property on the northwest coast.
j is a project on foot for the formation of a fire
Particular attention paid to Farmers’
to this matter in our next issue for the in
D. 11. Feathers lias returned from Ashland
Thos. P. Kahler brought some fine peaches
C. H. Williams is engaged in making a kiln
company in Jacksonville that should not fail wants and the supplying of extras for Farm
formation of those unacquainted with its pro to town Saturday, which he found no trouble
of brick near the big bar of llogue river and ex and w ill be happy to meet his friends at his es in their quartz ledge near Willow Springs. by any means. If there is anything we need .Machinery, and all information as to such
articles furnished cheerfully, on application.
in disposing of.
pects to have it completed by October 1st. He tablishment in Dr. Aiken’s building as of yore. Tiie vein is constantly widening and the ore is as a community it is protection against fire, and
No pains will be spared to furnish onr
Bishop Seghers, who is making his diocese of a superior quality, being full of free gold. i every step toward the organization of a first- customers with the best goods in the mar
Dack Foster was thrown from his horse at is an old hand at the business and guarantees
C aptured .—John Ray, against whom the
a pastoral visit, is expected here in about a They have been working at a great disadvan ■ class department should l>e encouraged by the ket, in our line, and at lowest prices.
last Grand Jury found a true bill for an as Antelope the other day and sustained painful to furnish an excellent article.
Agency of the PACIFIC RUBBER PAINT
sault with intent to kill John Allen, was but not serious injuries.
Eulalie’s sweet poem, entitled “The Cucum month and will be the guest of Rev. Father tage, owing to the superabundance of water in public. Gen. T. G. Reames, a member of the i —the best in the world.
captured at the farm of Stephen Taylor, on
Our motto shall be prompt and fair deal
Au agent of the San Francisco Board of Un ber’s Victim,” has been received, au 1 is re Blanchet.
the shaft, but hope to overcome this by means Board of Trustees, has w ritten to the Fire
with all. Call and examine our stock
Reese creek, last Monday by Deputy Sheriff derwriters has been making a diagram of the spectfully but tirmly declined, on the grounds
4!eo. Gregg, the affable traveling agent for of a pump, w hen operations will be commenced
before going elsewhere. Satisfaction guar
McMenaniy. A previous attempt was made town during the past week.
I to for the price of a second-hand engine and anteed .
J. C. Ayer & Co., of Lowell, Mass., made us a in earnest.
M RS. J. BI LG ER.
i that we cannot encourage a muse which makes
to arrest lum, but he eluded the vigilance of
Those who are indebted to the T imes office
A t H and . The Siskiyou County Agricultur- the cost of pipe for conducting water along
the officers of the law and fled to California.
should not fail to settle soon, as our Winter bus.”
al Society's annual fair will commence next < our streets, to be tapped by hydrants at inter
■Judge Hanna had placed the bonds for his ap stock must be forthcoming.
W. II. Shook returned to Lake county
Pamphlets, catalogues, wedding cards and
Wednesday and promises to be a first-class ex vals. These are two methods now under con
pearance at the next term of the Circuit Court
The steamer “Alex. Duncan” floated on the invitations, business cards, show bills, pro Wednesday, where he has taken up a ranch hibition in every particular. The Society is sideration for providing protection against tire,
at $500, which he furnished, lie was there
beach near the mouth of Rogue river, but got grammes, tickets, posters—in fact every de and will turn his attention to stock-raising. sparing no efforts to make it such, and what its and other suggestions are in order. An estimate
upon released from custody.
, of the probable expense of bringing in water Odd Feilewi’ Building, JatkMsrilk, Onges,
scription of plain and fancy printing, neatly Ami then what?
off without any serious damage.
officers attempt is generally prosecuted to a will 1 *e submitted at the next meeting of the !
E. M. Waite has favored us with an invita- successful termination. 'The races will be es City Council, and this all-imjiortant question
M. Mensor last Wednesday received the first executed at the T imes office at San Francisco
A F ortunate E scape .—One of Thomas F.
to attend the ensuing State Fair, w hich pecially interesting^as many fast horses are in may then assume a tangible shape.
ABeall s teams had a narrow escape from being installment of an immense stock of new goods
DEALER A WORKER IM
on the 1st of October and continues training. The Yreka “Journal” says that at
Jas. Hart will noxt Tuesday commence his
Wrecked one day recently while on its way to he lias laid iu at San Francisco.
P rob ite C ourt .—The following proceedings
Fort Klamath with a load of grain. By some
Halleck's stable there are five trotting horses, ! have occurred before Hon. Silas J. Day, Judge
A son of Henry Noland of Eagle Point was contract for delivering the mail on the route
Mr. Wood, reported as having died from named Lady Clyde, Black Frank, Mattie of this Court, since our last issue:
means the trail wagon rolled off the Rogue riv thrown from a fractions horse the other day between thia place and Wright’s. J. B.
Thomas commences his mail service between injuries sustained by a log rolling over him a Glenn, Mary and Little Hope; five running
er bridge, near 1 »eskins’ mill, and the most and narrowly escaped fatal injuries.
In the matter of the estate of W. A. Perkins, TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, eU.
L. Holmes appointed administra
strenuous efforts alone prevented the entire
Jackson Grant, the murderer of Dennis Spel
Ida Hammond, Kate Kirby, Charley Hammond
"tuiTfit from'4>e.Hig precipitated into the stream, lin of Portland, and well-known in this section,
I11 the matter of the estate of U. S. Hayden,
which runs through-* tortuous and verv rocky died in the Penitentiary last week.
Capt. Riley of Fort Klamath passed through
Jas. A. Cardwell returned Monday from a and Edson’s Charley; five trotters at Suther deceased. Semi-annual report of executors ap
land’s stable, named Sir Walter, Dan Rice, proved and order made for payment of legacies
■channel at this point. Fortunately no serious
.J. B. Thomas’ saw-mill at The Meadows is town Saturday with an escort, having in charge trip to San Francisco, where he purchased four
damage resulted and matters were soon righted, turning out a fine quality of lumber, for which three prisoners who were each sentenced to fine buggies, besides many other articles Snowflake, Nettie Young and Anything; three bequeathed by decedent.
runners at Muse’s stable, named Orphan Girl, I In the matter of the estate of Dorothea Ot
hard work for a term of years at Cape Hancock, for his stable in this place.
though it was indeed a close call.
a demand has already been created,
ten, deceased. Fred. Otten ap|>ointed executor. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Rock and Dow ney; two trotters at Ed. O’Neil's
for desertion, by the recent court-martial held
B ounties for S calps .—We are informed by
T emperance L ecture .—Mrs. P. A. Peck
W. H. Atkinson, one of Ashland’s most en stable, named John Andrews and Abdallah.
Thos. M cAndrew that an effort will l>e made plying the (). A C. Stage Company's stations
The State Fair this year will no doubt be terprising citizens. He speaks encouragingly From Oregon ten horses are to be there soon, as ham of California lectured on the temperance
by stock-raisers to form a club for the destruc w ith barley, is now filling the same.
follows: Stevenson, of Jacksonville, two; Jay question at the M. E. Church Wednesday and
oue of the most successful ever held. The
Oregon Spring wool is scarce and nominal races promise to be esjiecially interesting, as of the future of that town.
tion of cayotes, panthers, etc., that are proving
Beach, of Fort Klamath, four; J. N. T. Miller, Thursday evenings of this week. Her audi
We are pleased to learn that both Gen. Mart. of Jacksonville, three; J. W. Manning, of
such an annoyance to them. These “var in the San Francisco market at 1ST« 21c. for many fast horses are in training, We hear
ences were fair-sized and she handled her sub
V. Brown ami Major J. R. Herren of Albany Jacksonville, w ith the celebrated trotting horse jects in an excellent manner, also securing
mints” are becoming so numerous that a de Eastern and 22(c 28c. p’ tt> for valley.
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
that some residents of
are convalescing ami will soon be able to re Ophir. Besides the above, Clubfoot, Nellie several signers to the pledge she presented.
termined effort for their extermination has
Wm. Clark has raised a fine crop of sweet attending.
sume their wonted avocations.
become akin to the success of stock-raising in potatoes on the old Joe Davis place near town
Hawkins and other half-mile horses are in Mrs. Peekham lectures at Ashland to-night.
Ashland College and Normal School opens
many localities, and the project we have above ami is disposing of them at reasonable rates.
Mrs. Stroud, wife of the well-known con training, ami there are a number of other
with a full attendance of the best class of
mentioned has l>een decided u [ hiu as the most
:>f the Oregon ami California Railroad, horses yet to arrive from .Jacksonville. Scott
Pat. McMahon is hauling lime-stone from a scholars, including several from California, l’a-
To enjoy good health is to enjoy life.
efficient. The County Commissioners will quarry recently discovered on Butte creek and trims are buying scholarships from one to three is
Valley and other sections have not reported Regulate the system with the Oregon Blood
probably )>e requested to do something in the
of Judge Day and family.
i so far.
I Purifier, and health and enjoyment will fol POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
years, something that gives permanence to the guest
which is said to be of an excellent quality.
matter. It is evidently high season that the
low. Biliousness, headache, pains in the
We are pleased to learn that our friend G.
B oard of T rustees . A special meeting of limbs, side at d back, all succumb to the
necessary measures should be taken and those
wonderful effects of this great Purifier.
most interested must not be slow in taking A. Winckler, who has been seriously ill at their Fall and Winter goods to-morrow. Others J.
Ease and Capa,
. M. McCall, 1. (). Miller, W. H. Atkinson, the Board of 'Trustees was held Monday even
Salem with typhoid fever, is convalescing.
Langell presided, with
time by the forelock.
will follow this caravan. The firm w ill then J.
, Q. Willits ami Dr. J. M. Taylor.
F or Y kf . ka .—Col. J. N. T. Miller left Link-
The grape crop is very fair and of an excel
4 'oiineilmen Reames, Nickell, Kenney and ville for Yreka this week, taking several head
J. M. Elliott of Vacaville, California, a
P otato D isease .— The present year proves lent quality. A considerable quantity of w ine display one of the best and most complete
of trotting horses with him. Capt. Work
stocks of merchandise ever brought to South brother of 4reo. \\ . Elliott, was in town this Orth in attendance.
one of misfortune to the agricultural interests will no doubt be manufactured this season.
The follow ing bill was presented and re- started with some of Jay Beach's stock at the Wooden and Willow Ware
of Southern Oregon, although we must say
ferred: Geo. Howard, slaughtering dogs. $4. same time.
'Squire Hoffman lias heaps of the old series
The largest and best supply of blanks in where lm is interested in a Land of cattle.
that matters could have lteen much worse.
The petition of J. H. Buffer for the pur
of school books on hand, but they' are not tor Southern Oregon, consisting in part of deeds,
Besides the rust, w hich destroyed considerable sale, having been withdrawn from circulation.
II. L. Webb came in from Linkville
It is generally supposed by physicians
mortgages, attorney's sum mouses, notes and Tuesday, but returned the next day. “Curly'’ chase of lot 3 in block 60, and that of L. Hu
grain, a few other diseases almost entirely un
Thu Manzanita district school is now in ses receipts in book form. Justices papers, sched
can not invariably be cured, but we are
known to Rogue river valley have attacked
is well pleased with his present location and w ere referred to the Committee on Streets.
at its new location in Central Point. W. ules, etc., can lie found at the ’T imes office.
ploasedto say that G reen ’ s A vgust F low - ■
the fields and gardens, doing some damage.
reports Lake county going steadily ahead.
'The petition of citizens of Jacksonville, er has never, to our knowledge, failed to PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS
Potato rot is one of these. Though it is not
We learn that John E. Young of Salem, who praying for the privilege of forming a fire de cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint in all
N Fisher's mercantile establishment will be
To-morrow is the event in Jew ish chronology
its forms, such as Sour Stomach, Costive
by' any means general, there are instances in
got his start in this place, will soon succeed -L partment and using and controling fire truck ness,
Sick Headache, Palpitation of the
which it has proved injurious and “spuds” may dosed to-morrow until half-past six o’clock V. known as Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), H. Hoffman at Bilger s hardware store. 'The and apjiaratus, was granted.
lieart, Indigestion, bad taste hi the mouth,
Command a premium before the new crop
'The President and Recorder were authorized <Ac. Out of the 50.<M»0 dozen bottles sold
latter will engage in business at I^ikeview.
last year not a single failure was reported,
comes in next Spring. The humid weather
Jasper Houck, Ashland's popular Boniface, to turn over the truck and ajiparatus in good but thousands of complimentary letters
Several parties at Yreka intend sending to will be dosed in const<|Uence and fasting will
that has prevailed, coupled with the number
have been received from druggists of won-
was in town Tuesday. He reports a continual repair t<> said department
less meteorological changes, are causes to , Oregon this Fall for a supply of winter apples, lie the order of the day.
derfr.l cures. Three doses will relieve any Shot, Brushes, Chains an! Hoss,
The tomato is masquerading about the mar
which this state of affairs may l»e directly as- the crop having been frozen out there last
Try it. Sample Bottles 10 cents.
'The Fire Wardens were instructed to have case.
Regular size 75 cenls. For sale by E. C.
cribed. It is quite probable that we may not . Spring.
ket under more aliases than you can shake a tions, which gives the town a lively appearance. the street lamps placed in proper repair.
Carpenters aro now busily engaged on the stick at. There aro tomaytoes, tomarters,
Our patriotic ex-Shcriff, J. W. Manning,
again encounter this for years, in which the
'The Board then adjourned.
In the Wholt llislory of Me llclne
new Masonic building at Ashland, Jacobs, tommytoes, tomattuses, tommatoes, tormatoes, was in an usually pleasant mood Saturday,
present sufferers may find consolation.
No preparation has ever performed such mar
»ii.eriu A Co. having about completed the and the other day we heard a woman inquire: which a glance at tin* notice under “Born
R eal E state 'IT: ansaciions . —The following velous cures, or maintained so wide a reputa
Tnc C rescent C ity R oad . —More freight- brick-work.
"How d'ye sell yer tornadoes?”
will explain. It is a Democrat of orthodox
deeds have been recorded in the County Clerk's tion, as A yer ’ s C herry P ectorai ., which is
ing is now done on this road than for several
I have secured the service« of a Flret-clase
Jacob Lh realized 4,fHN) bushels of oats from w eight.
Rewards of merit, certificates of excellence,
recognized as the world's remedy for all diseases
office since the last issue of the T imes ;
years past. W. F. Sutton, who came that and every descriptionof school teacher's blanks 54) acres, which may be considered a first-class
of the throat and lungs. Its long-continued Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair«
C. S. Sergeant of Pho-nix has fitted up new
Geo. W. Wilshire and wife to J. B. Cartlich,
way from Ellensburg, striking it at Smith riv- neatly
printed at the T imes office. Prices yield, especially for this year of rust and un- ' quarters ami will in a few days remove his four-hnndreths of an acre in Ashland precinct. series of wonderful cures m all climates has
made it universally known as a safe ami relia ing promptly and in superior style.
or valley, informs us that the road is in as , reasonable.
favorable circumstances. Mr. Ish's crops are stock of merchandise into them. “Cooney' Consideration, $2.
agent to employ. Against ordinary colds,
good a condition as w hen toll was collected on
L. I’. White aud wife to Jane E. White and which are the forerunners of more serious <lis-
A question for the Jacksonville Literary So generally good, his wheat averaging thirty keeps an excellent assortment of goods ami
sons, property in Rock Point precinct. Con orders, it aets speedily and surely, always re
it and says that alxiut all the freight from Jose- ciety: If a man has a tiger by the tail, which bushels t<> the acre and barley forty-six.
sideration, $ ¡,7<Mi.
phine and Del Norte counties, as well as some would be best for his personal safety, to hold
'The Jacksonville Brass Band w ill contest for
lieving suffering, and often saving life. The TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
G. W. Lance and wife to Nelson Hosmer. protection it affords, by its timely use in the 1 I am receiving and have constantly on
from Jackson, is corning over it at present. on or to let go?
the premium of $1<M) offered by the Siskiyou
240 acres in Foot's creek precinct. Considera throat ami lung disorders of children, makes it hand a full and firat-class stock of
Shippers and teamsters alike find tins the
4'ouuty Agricultural Society and we have no alry, has been appointed aid-de-camp to Gen. tion, $3,650.
an invaluable remedy to be kept always on I
'The big trotting race, .3 in 5, free for all, oil
cheapest thoroughfare, transportation charges
doubt will assert its superiority as the best 4). O. Howard. The Captain is a gallant sol C. C. Beekman and wife to G. XV. Lance, hand in every home. No person van afford to
to f. rescent < ity being quite reasonable, while the last day of the Yreka Fair, will be con band in the district, though \ reka also has a dier ami well deserves the distinction that has 71 33 acres in Foot’s creek precinct. Con- lie without it. and those who have once used it
been accorded him.
never will. From their knowledge of its com DRY GOODS, Gum Beota. TOBACCO,
no tolls are collet ted. Del Norte also affords a tested by Lady Civile, Sir Walter and Ophir, hand w hose claims are not to be sneezed at.
position aud effects, Physicians nsetheC herry >
It is possible that Gen. Grant will pay Ore
The Jacksonville Minstrels and Brass Band
market for much produce, which is now' sup
lot in Jacksonville. 4
I'ECTORAI. extensively m their practice, ami ■
'The foundation of Ashland's second two- start for Yreka Sunday and will give a series gon a visit, in which event we may have an
plied by I aliforma; but, as we can furnish
Horace L. Ish to Jacob Ish,
j Clergymen recommend it. It is absolutely I
everything in this line more reasonably than
certain in its remedial eiTeets, and will always ' GLASSWARE, CROCKERY Eto.,Ete.
John Daley and E. Emery a
cure where cures are possible. F ur S ale BY
it is now pnxured, little trouble ■would be ex tive operations on the structure itself will be Fair, which commences next Wednesday. with the cigar.” No inordinate display of
David Hendery, lot 6 in block 5,
Ai l. D ealers .
The I hivs are well up in their burnt-cork pre-
perienced in gaming the entire trade for Jack-
’ Consideration. $20.
T»“ Everything sold at reasonable rates.
A telegraphic dispatch from Sail Francisco
son county. 1 his is no inconsiderable item.
Jas. Trimble and wife to J.
Give me a call.
I cannot fad to please.
week attending the sessions of the Board of A. Scott, 160 acres on Pleasant
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
There are other matters that could be profita made it necessary for Father Buchard to sail
LOGAN—REESER—At Ashland, Septem-
f f bly turned to account, and we should not l>e immediately by steamer from Portland, instead Jas. MeT lonough lost another colt —a fine Equalization. He has made an excellent as sidération, $800.
ber 21st, by T. G. Watters, J. l’.,Cbas. W.
alow m embracing an opportunity to thus ben
Logan and Miss Hatlie Reeser.
one that has died during the past week from the
efit ourselves in more ways than one. In the
J. S. Howard has just received a most ule-
1 ' —..... . ... —
Prof. \\ . 1. Nichols, of Ashland College an !
absence of railway communication with the gant stock of ribbons. The ladies w ill do well effects of eating some poisonous herb. Mr.
all the diseases to which flesh is liable. .Judg
I ’UHEHE WILL BE A PUBLIC EXAMI-
markets of the world, nothing would prove a to give him an early call, for they are not lia- McDonough has been peculiarly unfortunate , Normal School, was in town Saturday. He ?
from the w onderfully beneficial effects which 4ANNING—In Jacksonville, Sept. 20ih, I natimi of applicanti» forTeaclierN’C'Miliii-
late, having lost nine animals, valued at sev well pleased with the manner in which tl
better substitute than a first-class wagon-road ble to lie on baud long.
to the wife of J. W. Manning, a son.
. eah s held at tiie Dislriet School House in
eral thousand dollars, in the last Year.
follow the use of Frese's Hamburg Tea in a
to some point on the coast Crescent
A public examination of applicants for
The Ashland Woolen Mills are luisilv en l» ing in attendance, which will increase as the great variety of diseases, tiie belief seems well
City, Ellensburg or Chetco. One has little teachers' certificates w ill he held to-morrow at
Saturday. Sept. 27, 1879.
founded. The occasional use of it will be found
gaged in filling orders for their goods from season progresses.
advantage over the other; but which the peo the Jacksonville District School House by Su
Nort. Eddings, the genial knight of tb jx.liip, to ward off bilious and malarious affections. \
Northern California and Southern Oregon and
Teachers w-ill ploase lake notice and gov-
ple believe the beat should l>e determined at perintendent Fountain.
. \ lUV offered for sale by B. W. Ili.s- , ern tli< uiscl\(>■% accordingly.
there is also a considerable demand for them in entered the matrimonial traces Wednesday, Do not be w ithout it.
once ami our efforts shape.1 in that direction.
John Miller has returned from his trip to tl.e W illamette valley. This speaks in praise being united in wedlock to Miss Minnie 4U11
J. D. FOUNTAIN,
ton, Administrator of David Huston’s esA
County School Sii|>erinieiident.
To procrastinate is but to evince our inability the mountains and is prepared to furnish the of the fabrics manufactured by this establish
on that date. We tender our congratulations
B. W. HUSTON,
to cope with a matter that a u other country • public with the best of everything in his line ment, which are becoming deservedly popular and wish for the happy couple a long and regular Howe lock-stitch for sale at ten dol office.
Administrator. i JUSTICE'S AND LEGAL BLANKS OF
would easily overcome.
every w here.
at most reasonable rates.
i lars aud upwards at the Singer oifice.
pleasant trip through life.
Jacksonville, Aug. 22, 1879,
U all kinds for sale ai the Tinas O ffice
PIONEER HARDWARE STORE.
Paints, Oils, Glass and Varnishes