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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1879)
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LEGAL ADVERTISEM ENTS.
Notice of Final Settlement.
FRTPAY t • •
SEPfEMBER 26, IST!».
TO 1DVEK TIMERS.
The TI'IIA tin* ill«* largest eirc>»l>«(i<»»i
rier ntlnin<*<> I»» Southern Oregon l»> mii >
liews|»i«J»rr uni Ihrrefore oHrrw superior
inducement«« lo miI er t Isi rs. Olir list is
principally co’itimol Io Jackson. Jose
phine nini l.ake counties. Business men
Mhniilil Ini c note of this.
— AND —
1-0« A l l.l> AT
ASI I LAND, OF EGON.
Cures nil Huinnm, from n Common
l.rupvlon to the Worst Scrofula.
L’’<»R THE PURPOSE OF FOUNDING
I the Ashland College and Normal
Lazy folks are always wishing; the industri School, the property known as the Ashland
Academy has been placed, free from debt,
ous have no occ r -on to vi isli.
under the omit rol of a I ’>. >ard of Trustees, who
No kiud of dust thrown in m u’s eyes wi'l have inaugurated the enterprise by tilling
the tollowing positions in the
make them so blin 1 as g.Jd-du.st.
m i l kissed his wife in one of the London
s and was fined 23 shillings for it. the
ce remarking that public parks were not
nlaces for exhibitions. The B.id.ilo *‘Ex-
pr ss" supposes that he should have hired a
‘Aw, I c.awn’t stir out of doors without get-
t ng my phantaloons all mud,” said Chaw les
Augustus, on Sunday. “Neither can I," said
Arabella Jane. Chawles looked contused, and
there was a silence for a space of seventeen
A man pass 1 through Salem, Va., last week
rolling a wlfclharrow, in which was a young
child, probably two years old. The wheel-!».« -
row had bows over it and was covered wi.li
canvas. He .stated that he ha«l traveled so
from Texas, and was botnnl for < harlottesvdle.
8ome citizens propu-e«! to make up a pur.-e
for him to purchase a riilroad ticket, which
he declined, declaring that he was no beggar.
A manufactory in <i •rmany turns out IJMMI
pounds of grape sugar a day, made from obi
clothes. The old linen, which is pure v« .« ta
ble fibrine, is treated with sulphuric acid, and
converted into dextrine. '1'1.is is washed with
lime water, and then treated with more aci«l,
and almost immediately chair, s ami crystal-
izes in glucose or grape sugar which is highly
valued ill the making of rich preserves ami jel
Imitation meerschaum pipes arc now man
ufactured from potatoes in Er nice. A ]«•< !■ d
potato is placed in snlpbnric aci«l and water,
in the proportion of eight parts
to one hundred of the latter.
this liquid thirty-six hours to l>la
with blotting piq»er aid submitte.l to a certain
pressure, when it becomes a material tha» can
be readily carved. The eountiufeit is >ai«l to
A Jersey printer will join tlu grand army of
tramps this year. The editor wrote an item
about the eurious-shaped branch of an apple
tree, ami headed it “A icer-shaped Limb."
Then he wroteanother paragraph aboiita young
lady wht» was walking 3,000 niil. s in 3.<M>0
hours, anti headed it “Femlae 1*«- le*l riani-m.
The printer, in making up the forms, mixed
those titles up—got the tree over the walking
paragraph — ami now he is an outcast ami a
wanderer, anti limps, lie sprained his ankle
jumping out of the se -.»ml dory window'.
C ure for ll \ itlusxakb B ite .—
Myron G. Collins, of Tennessee, claims
to have discover * I i euro for rattle
snake bites. l)\s. Eve and S.iaekl tt,
Of Nashville, according to the .L/i .7-
Can, made» tost of the medicine. Col
lins let a rattlesnake bile him on the
Wrist, and at once applied to the
wound m 1 took inwardly a decoction
of m »sses fr
iik an 1 hickory trees.
H° suffore l fr • n nausea and his pube
an 1 temperature were excited, but
Within mi ti > ir he had co oplolly re-
l’ne Gito of the same reptile
speedily killed a dog.
T rotters .—-Th« following record
• how* the marked improvement in the
•poed of trotting horses within the last
sixty years: In 1820 the best mile
time was 8:00; in 1830, 2: Id; in IS in,
the best record, by Dutchman •> ..»«.
in 1850, Lady Suffolk made a mile in
2:28; in 1860, Flora Temple made a
record of 2:19i; in 1870, Dexter trotted
a mile in 2:17 J; in 1876, Goldsmith
Maid completed a mile in 2:11; in
1 '¡78, R irns m ide a mile in 2:13|; on
the 9th ins’., El win Forrest, it is said,
has made a mile in 2:111.
A N ew R ailroad —A cotempo
rary says: “A new railroad for Oregon
is among the pr > • thiliti«M
man who is closely identified with the
enterprise states that Jay Gould has
made a dell ction at Fort II til, Idaho,
from the Utah N >rthern lin«, in the
direction of Oregon. He lias let the
contract for 100 miles of the roa I. If
the road should be continued in the
lino of this deflection—and there are
good reasons for believing th it it will
—it will touch the Columbia river at
W heat fr » n it»«» ri• st t >r.u ever cul
tivated in Or g m, j 1st 51 years ago,
wta brought into Sd».n last week.
The farm is situated two miles above
Cbatnpoeg, in M <ri >n Co., and was
pre-empted in 182 L
have been rahe I on it every year, but
one, during that period.
S ubscribe Or the T imes .
It ¡»»»rifles the Blood.
It invigorates the T.lvcr.
It regulates the Bowels.
It strengthens the Stomach.
It gives viva i’y in 11 i<— of li>sitn<1e; cheerfulness
m ¡«1 ice of ¡iluol.i, and robust vigor in place of
liysjH p-i ', Rilioii’n* «S, Disordered I.iver, Con-
S‘i|>ii!ion, >. 1 veils Aii.- no!, , < • rural D -bilitv, in
abort all the tiiliutrot:* <1 ìm . isvs and diaconi! Tts
C’Hiscd bj’ in put.» bio 1 r.re up.. diiy conquer. I by
this pow. rial eie re. .»: , t !> • . h» f anil aov. lelu'Ti of
Illi liti a it or mudsill Iiioli.al discoveries—IviNU
or THE B loo H.
REV. LOWELL L. ROGERS, A. M„President;
Professor of Mental and Moral si'icm-es.
w. 1. NIl'HoijS, A. M., Vice President;
Professor of Mathematics.
t live iik 'I i and no attciitioii
A Texas cli.i;»
MRS. A. A. ROGERS, Pre. eptress;
’le.-v-licr of English Grammar.
lo it; »'in •'!■•• day lie stole a iniih and
MRS. JENNIE BXLDWIN NICHOLS,
in less than an hour the infuriated citizens
Teacher of Music and French.
Other competent liistinctors will l»e se
cured as fast as the needs of the Institution
What m more <1 -
require, so that pupils ma.v be provided
than a young m
with the best facilities f.»r commencing and
inn, and ■ fun ice-t icain completing the following
pocket, a girl on
< OL’RSF.S OF STUDY:
signs in sight ?
I. C lassical , requiring six years, includ
She threw a st lick of wood at the old ben .ini’ ing preparatory studies. Graduates receive
Iti chickens. Natural re the Degrees of A. B. and A. M.
killed two of tho ) litt
2. S cientific , requiring four years. De-
suit of a w »man throwing at anythin-.'; she al- gift* conferred, 1 3. S.
ways hits something else.
3. Non MAI. I’OMMEKC LAL AN!» MI SICAL.
occuping threeyears each, I»iploinas given
When a para-,rapher gets up something
certifying to attainment.' of graduates.
etnpid to go in 'he I’niiny column be gives i
Book-keeping, Business Arithmetic, Eng
lish <'oinposition ami other branches Spcc-
the literary editor, who puts it in a coin
¡ally preparatory for Rusine-s Lite, will re
headed “Pearls of t hought.”
ceive unusual attention.
woman got oil' a
Tuition in four <'ollegiate Branches, 8i*. a
bell was beeause month. M usie, A*> a nionth ( u-t-<>f instru
iloWII tile street ment 81 additional).
Vocal muMe in class,
an<l .she had no •83 a quarter. Board in Boarding Hall or
in Private Families, .<:.’>•• to.si.Aiia week.
Rooms t>r i'ottages for sell boarding, S2 t«>
8"> per month.
PARTIAL LIST OF TEXT BOOKS.
Robinson’s Mathematics, Steele’s Series
in Natural Sciences, Harkness' Latin, Fas-
queil's French. Reed’s Series in t.llglish
Compositii n, Richardson’s Piano Instruc
PROMINENT FEATURES AND 1TE.MSOF
1. 'Pho College w ill l»e chartered; and the
Normal or Training School for Teachers
will be m ule, it is hoped l»v special enact
ment, an ad,jnn<*t <»t the Public School sys
tem, and Diplomas made eqiiivah'iit to
2. Ashland has no saloons. The sale of
intoxicating liquors is prohibited by the
city autlioi¡ties, who are sustained by a
strong public sentiment.
3. Tlie School is under the supervision
ot the Methodist Episcopal Church. The
Bible will be reverently read and stud
ied; the worship of < ;<>d encouraged; but the
Institution will be sectarian in no objec
4. The Preceptress will give her chief at
tention to the care and oversight of the
5. An endowment of SAiJMiO will be,
there is reason to hope, promptly subscrib
ed, enabling the Trustees to reduce the
present rates of tuitions, socially to Teach
ers, after the present year.
»>. A Boarding Hall, under the personal
supervision of the President of the school,
is eon ducted by Mrs. M. H. Vining, fur
nishing at reasonable rates excellent board
ami pleasant rooms.
BOARD OF TRFMTF.LM:
R ev . L. L. R ogeks , President.
Ilo. K KEI 1 ow ,
W. 11. A1KTXSOX.
R ev . J. S. M c C ain ,
J . mob \V a .. xei :,
B ev . W. T. C hapman ,
J ohn W aeki i :,
C lauk T aylor ,
G. F. B illings .
Address communications to
T he M ost TiioRot o.n P ciiifier of the
B lood Y et D iscovered .
Tirsi S iamoti will Cuuiuiriicr Sept, lilh. B79.
No man is rich whose ex|KHiditur< s exceed
his means; and no one is p<> >r whose incomin
exceed his outgoings.
ITS Nt HE IS ITS BEST «ESCHIP-
TIOA'. ih r 1-. a 1 ox il <li p. n' t of 11.« bl.- - n es • f
b’liilh, and v mquislies the l.x_.s that lu»k in tl.o
It banishes PT5IPT. ES, SALT HTTEl"»»,
M iti’ ERI PTItl.AS. I LI I RS,
SC A 1.1» li E 4 I». FEVEll SOB IS
vi.l ml SCHOI ILOIS DiSOlt-
It cheeks < O A st 1J PTIOAI in its early stai’es.
It La « fr. 'iuentlv eur. .1 it when mirane. .1.
It dispei' i Ti MOBS and t AAit i.ItS without
th.' surgeon's knife.
It eurn LJDU’SY, general or partial.
1; cui.» FEMALE WEAKNESS and
It reduce» in u saio and effectual manner all sw.-ll-
intr*, externnl or internai.
It eradicai. » tho effects of Mineral Toisons, and
establishes a sound constitution.
Many <•< i tili.•ates, much further information and
full directions tor u -mg. will be found in t he pam
phlet, •* l'r. itlseon l> »easesof the Bluod,” m which
each bottle Is cnciosed.
Price *1 y. r I sttle containing 12 ounces, or 10 to
50 doses. Hold by Deal, rs ill medi. ine.
D. EANSCM, SQ'J i CQ., Proprietors,
Butmio, N. Y.
I.. S. I>. MAItSII,
.1. A. HVltK,
A. F. Ql IRKS,
—A N D—
F'jrnit’jre, Sash, Blinds, Doors
MARSH & CO., Proprietors.
4 LL KINDS OF PLANING. MOULD
71 ing, Turning, Circular and Scroll Saw
FURNITURE A ORNAMENTAL CARV
ING, Ere., DONE 1'OORDER.
Furniture,Sash, Blinds, D ><»isand Mould
ing constantly on hand and made to order.
jrCCWe will contract to design and erect
all kindsof buildings. When desirable to
those employing us, we will furnish ail the
material required tor the construction ot
any building rea.lv for occupancy.
MARSH A CO.
PARKEB'S STEAM SAW MILL,
Ashland College and Normal School,
BI<; BUTTE, OREGON,
IrlFOnmTION fsrftî PEOPLE.
HAVE RECEIVED ANOTHER LARGE
consignment of ttie celebrated Singer
St •wing Machines, winch are for sale on the
usual liberal I er ins and at the r< liar prices
established by the company, Therefore
waste no time, money and patience on in
ferior machines when you can purchase a
genuine Singer at tin1 same figures. In
buying a Singer you get a machine of ac
knowledged merit and established reputa
tion. an I are certain of having value receiv
ed tor your ironey, asevery machine is war
ranted by the company.
The Singer < ’ompanv now sell three-quar
ters ot all the maeliines sold in the world,
the capacity of their works at Elizabeth,
New Jersey, enabling t hem to I urn out over
a thousand machines a day, and they have
l,5<H> otlices for the sale ot these justly cele
brated sewing machines, which have taken
l JAVING LATELY PROVI DUD TIIl'.SIi
1 i mills with improved maehinery, 1 am
now fully prepared to till all orders tor rus
tic, mouldings, m itching, turning, groov
ing, etc., <>n short notice and at very reason
able terms. A full assortment constantly
kept on hand. lam also ready to furnish
seasoned 1 umber, sugar pine, yellow pine
ami fir, tirst, second and third grades,
planed or unplaned, ot a superior quality
md in any amount. Counts orders taken
at par. (five me a trial and I will convince
you that 1 am able to perform what 1
J. P. PARKER.
Over all competitors moro than two hun
Alter t he <’hicago fir- the Relief C«»m mit-
tee undertook to furnish sewing machines
tothe needy women of that city, and appli
cants were permitted toclioose from - in dif
ferent kinds >f machines. g.l'll applicants
were furnished with machines, of which
number 2,127 chose Singer machines and
.'•17 distributed their choice among the five
other kinds of machines. They were to
earn their living on these machines, and
took the Singer, because
!>. if. it : tini its.
Ç £,£NSC/ v 5 F3
T 1'jßpCINE püROUS
r f. 7"..’ ri'Cr.«. vere a’rar 1 'l Ihn
r.’ • .-i itiif
’ / th-
nt <: l'l t a, ’'•-1 <;i‘7 il r 'hr
the Cen •uni '.I I Tarin Errni vn
•i' Li, w-n a-i jihyxiciaia <
or linar’l J- '.ill
ll'o l/icinn in ’/"'ir oten Incili
qn-aitî 's >f the conim««!
D m« - .1
JOHN L. CARTER & SON.
IV E ARE FULLY PREPA RED TO
I! ' all kinds of Painting, including
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING,
ALL STYLES Of GRAINING DONE.
Orders from the country promptly attend
PROM WHICH THE BITTERS ARE
1 made, isa .Mexican Herb, ami is indig
enous only to a small section of Lower
It has been used by theinhabitantsof Low
er California for the last thirty years as a
1NVIGORATOR OF THE SYSTEM.
A Great Remedy for
Diseases of Kidneys and Bladder!
Positive Cure for Dyspepsia.
W li :«t ti. I r 1 ve* na.:
wh. re o' 1: r t ’.!.-• s f . J ex
V. ithont <’ -;l>t 1' ■ b - t r. •
I nm«“ and W. ik l’.ack, R‘ , :
Kidru vCcninlaînts: • <1 ; 11 il n he* ñ"<l p:
A. ¿ I cint iti .ns.ScM by n’t I) H'-gists.Pri ■
b£.‘i;: i:Y A JoussoN 21 Platt St., N. Y.,Tn
MACHINE3 FOR SALE
J HAVE SEVERAL SECOND-HAND
Sewing M ichines, in good >rdei. w hich
I will sell very cheap, and warrant for one
year. I will also give the purchaser the
privilege of exchanging during that lime
for the new Singer, allowing the same ¡»rice
for the old machine which was paid for it.
All kindsof sew ing maeliines cleaned, re
paired ami adjusted at reasonable rates.
D. II. FEATHERS.
Jacksonville, Aug. 25, 1879.
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—OF THE —
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¿1. w«. XI
I*1 " — ■’•■"»S'S
U V. X X X« uT
fTI A 1TV
v v X'« ** a I
FLECKENSTE1N & MAYER.
Sole Agents, Portland, Oregon.
S. P. HANNA,
WAGON - Al A KKR,
Which have taken the Lead
O ver all Competitors.
TURKS ENLARGED TO LTFESTZE
1 from photographs ,.r tin-types at prmes
ranging f rom >lz to >•'•<>, <q>ening eyes of de
ceased persons ami making all changes de
sired in wearing apparel, India ink, water
colors, crayon ami oil, etc., in a manner un
excelled by any other establishment in the
Jas. Griftin, agent of the Company, will
return to this section in the course of a few
weeks from a business t rip in Lake Co., and
w ill be prepared to take orders tor this work.
-. Satisfaction guaranteed in all eases.
Headquarters >t 113‘i and 1438 Market
Street. San Francisco, Cal.
N<>s. <153 no<l !>
CRONEMILLER’S RUT1.DTNG, TS
in receipt ol a full assortment of material
ami prepared to do all work in his line on
sh<>rt notice and in a workmanlikc imitine
Vehicles of « very descript ion made to orde..
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaran
¿if Repairing a specialty.
H. 1». HANNA.
I/ROMJ. P. PARKER’S PLACE, THREE
I miles below Willow siprings, about two
weeks since, two mares, one a brown ami
tho other a sorrel with strip in face, branded
I> on left shoulder. A liberal reward w ill
be paid tor their return or for any infor
mation that will lead to their re«*overv.
Dated Sept. 3, 1879.
EDWARD G. DENNISTON,.................................................................. PROPRIETOR.
Æ XCJ II
----- OF THE----
P?ucinc Mutuaci Life Insurance Co.
. * " *
I V-*.** Invigorator *
«»* lias been used 5
in iny practice?
s f" V" ÈÊ <'***l! 11 ky the public,*
m Fv, P»** l'or more than 35 years, a
5j E** with unprecedented results.»
JOIE < B. lbDURER, V ice President.
DANIEL BEAM, M. D., I’r.si. Lnt.
J. M. WALBRIDGE, Secret! try.
EXECUTIVE (OMMl FIE E.
1*. S. Terwilliger,
A. M . Johnson,
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.^
*<ò. hff. iÄiVUltÜi
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
John B. Rohrer
Charles B. Boice
* hmi< l
1. M. Walbrid-e
Opp. Odd Fellows’ Hall,
MA DAM JJ IIOLT, PtoprictreM.
rpilE MADAME TAKES THIS METHOD
1 of t< !i<l<Ting her thanks to the public for
the patronage which has hitherto lx><>n ex-
tcnib-d to her, and would respectfully sollic-
it - «•«•nt¡nuance.
Her tables are always under her immedi
ate control ; ami by her long ex]>erien< e in
th«“ business she feels confident that she will
give entire satisfa«-tion to all. Her l>e«1s and
rooms are fitted up in the yiost comfortable
style, suited to th«“ ae<-oinni<><lation of sin’^le
oeeup.mts or fa indies. Her beds are a! was «•
k< pt « lean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
SlSKIYuU INI WOr.KS,
Corner of Second and Center Street
rpiTE UNDER^TGNUD ARE NOW PRF.
I pared to make all kinds of Castings.
an i manufacture or repair all d«^-rmtioio
ot' maehinery, tip >n the sliojjf^st ’lotice and
tho nio't reasonable tt rnix Constantly on
iian'd ail sizes of
Thimble Skeins and Wagon Sexes.
Al.so MAKE TO OllDER
i on CKMETEK1ES, 11AL<X»N I ES. ETC.
Stove repairing. Plow Points of all kinds,
an 1 Brass Work of every ilescription made
Highest cash price paid for old iron.
(Jarrett’s and Babbitt's metals alwnvs on
LAWTON <fc SKINNER.
BRICK & LIME for SALE
DRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE
-JJ l>l< 5Mi.
nnoznw ay , ij
MEW TOKK CITY *
IL B . PARTRII )GE, Agent.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED WOUI.D RE-
1 sped fully inform t heir friends and the
public irenerally that they have purchased
the above establishment, which will be
henceforth coll hide«! under their constant
personal supervision, and tiny guarantee
-;i'i<t u-t < n to all who may favor them with
aving just received a new t heir pat r< >n:t«ze.
Th.-se st:il>h“s are centrally located, an«l
stock of Harness, I’uugi«* and < ar-
within convenient distance of the various
riages, I am now prepare«! to iurnish my
houses of public entertainment. Horses
patioils and the public generally w ith as
and mules will be l»oar<le«l and <-arod for at
mod« rate chr.rges. They have one of the
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south ot
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle Port land, of
hoi s<“s h ¡red to go to any pitn of t h«“ country.
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses
broke to work single or double. Horses
lio.ii'iled, and the best of care bestowed upon With single or double teams, for hire on rea
Also good Saddle Hors«“s
them while in my charge.
ami Mules. which will be hired to go to any
/iCMY TERMS ARE REA! iNABLE. part ot the country at nuxierate rates.
Animals Ixnmht and sold, ami broke to
A lib«>r:il share of the po.lJie patromnre is saddle or harness.
J. A. CARDWELL.
W. J. FLY MALE.
M i U i ,
Oregon St.. Jacksonville,
I RADE t.
til ph > i:.:isr wii.i. rr: i. vol
P. S. Terwilliger
A. M. Johnson
N. D. Julien
— TO (SET—
— I'ONE IX —
THE BEST STYLE
rpilE UNDERSIGNED WOULD 1IERE-
1 by inform the public that he has ONE
'I' II (Il's A N D Bl si 1 ELSofsu|>erior Jackson
('reek Lime for sale «“heap. Persons wish
ing Bri<“k-laying or Plastering done in the
best style ami at reasonable rates will do
well to call on me. For further information
inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
(¡. W. lloLT
Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1875.
RANCH FOR SALE.
rpilE RANCH KNOWN AS THE BEN-
iK'tt ranche, situated on the Illinoia
River betwe« n Kerbyville and Waldo, Jose
ph inc Co., is otfered tor sale. The ranch com
prises grain, meadow and garden land, all
under good cultivation. There is a commo
dious dwelling house and barn thereon,
both nearly new. A Iso a line fruit orchard
growing on the same. The place is well
wateri-land supp!i<*d with irrigating ditches,
A «“. Time will l>c given for part payment
if desired. For further particulars ajiply to
II. K. HA N NA, Jacksonville.
Carrying United States Mails.
DAV. CRONEMILLER S,
| I'AVES JACKSONVILLE MONDAYS
'rimrKdays for Waldo. Leaves
\\ ahlo ruesdays and Fridays.
First-class accommodations for passen
gers. Express business proniptiv attended
K. M. GARRETT.
Merchant and Exchange Business.
Mission Street, San Frnn.-is. o. Cal.
THE GREAT FkG-
LISH REMEDY, an
A unfailing cure
Wcaknt >s, 1 in
all «iisea*«“S that n
rn i •
Before T. kin. follow as a se-
'|iien<“0 ofSelf Abm-e: as lo- of Memory,
I' ni versa! I .a ilude. Pain in the I •ack, 1 lim-
ness ot Vision, Ereinatnrc Ohl Aue,
that lea«l to Insanity
many oilier Dis«
or <'oiisiimption and a Prematlire <Ira v<>.
Full part¡«“iilars in our paniphl et.
which we desir«> t<> send free bv mail to
■’ The Specific Medicine is
sohl by all <li uggists at 81 per package, or
six pai-kages for 85, or will be si'iit tre«‘ by
'UHESE WELL-KNOWN MILLS. SITU- mail on receipt of the inomv bv a.blrcssing
THE (¡RAY MEDICINE co.,
1 ated at Kerbyville, Josephino county,
N«>. Io Meelia11!••■>' Bl«>«‘k, I><“tr«'i!. Mi«-h.
are now prepared to do a
. Sold in Jack'onx ill" bv all druggists
and by all wholesale and retail druggists
Will give as much tlour, shorts and bran,
for good merchantable wheat as any mill
GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES!
in Southern Oregon. Flour sacked and
branded, customers furnishing sacks. The
highest market price p.iid for good iner-
ehantalile wheat in cash or goods. Satis
Frey’s Doot and Shoe Store.
faction guaranteed in all instances.
P. B. LEWIS.
CAI.IFOKNIA S tkeet
Kerby ville, July i>;th, ls79.
SAN FRANCISCO GOLD, SILVER, NICKEL AND COPPER PLATING WORKS,
OKAY'S SPEC iJ !<
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CHICAGO- 3LLIXÍOXS, U. S. A.
OF SAN FRANCISCO,
HOUSE painting ,
A. nt for Jackson and Josephine Counties.
Headquarters, Jacksonville, Or.
fPIIE BEST PROCESS A'ET DISCOVERED I'oR SAVING l'JNEOR FLOAT f.OLD.
I Extensively used with great success in gravel and placer mining in various parts of
Overfix «» hundred orders have been filled, and the deniand is con-
stantlv increasing. A large number ot these Plates were sent toSnake River mines,
Idaho', hist rear, ami a great many orders are being filled for them this season. <
lars containing full instructions for working these Plates sent "
Mining Plates bought or taken in exchange for now Silver Plated 1 lates. and full value
allow ed. Gohl extrai'ted from ohl Plates at a moderate cost by a new ami economical
process, old Plates (which often contain a surplus of gold above the cost ot plating)
can bo re-plated.
With the most extensive facilities on tho Pacific Coast, orders can be filled very
promptly and satisfaction guaranteed.
Mining Men and th" public generally are cautioned against unprincipled and ir
responsible parties tiaveling through the country, endeavoring to secure orders for very
interior <j ual it ies of Sil ver Plated Mining Plates.
Can be had at this place at all hours of the
qUIE undersigned is fully pre -
1 paix-d to do all work in his line in the
best manner and at reasonable prices.
SILVER PLATED AMALGAMATING PLATES.
W. J. PLYMALE.
OLD Ä\’D RELIADLE.
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* is a Standard Family Remedy for
diseases of the Liver, Stomach
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This Or.' ini/.itinn has been fol •m.M in the interest <>f Poli-;;• Holde rs, an<l all i nom v paid into
' this <>Hi«.e for insurance will be r etain. -l and invest« <1 in this vicinity . Each of the above nam-
■J gentleimn have tak.-n >10,0 ‘ >0 insarair mi their lit « s. i . : this! 'omp.any. 1 'arties desiring
r>■.• ardim. the Comp any, or insurance upon then • lives, ; ii'e respectfl illy rcierre«! to
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of Oregon
named .< ntl. m ell.
tor the County of Josephine.
Wm. B. Hay, Plaintiff, vs. Isaac Cox and
John Martin, Defen lants. Suit in Equity
to set aside and cancel a judgment and
Sheriff's sale and to correct a mistake in
a mortgage and to foreeloso a mortgage.
/’• l.yi'iic i'llXy dill of the h I ki I'C It'tilllif liC-
I N Til! .NAM E Ol TH ESTATE OF <»RE-
1 gon, you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint till'd against you
in the above entith <1 suit, in w hich Wm. B.
Hay is plaintiff and Isaac Cox and John
Martin an* defendants, on the first d ly ol
the next term of the said Circuit Court in
and for Josephine Count v, Oiegoii, w hich
shall commence six wecksor more after the
!s wcndGrful in its conception, un
date of the first | idili. anon hereof, w hich
said term will cotnnience on the fourth
precedented for doing a largo range of
Monde v.' he 27th da v, of • i. tol -i', 1S79. And
sowing in textile fabrics and leather. Its
if you tail sotoaiiswer, for want thereof the
motions are continuous, admitting of an
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the re
extraordinary rate of speed, either by
lief demanded in the complaint, which is:
steam or foot power. Every motion of tho
1st. That th<‘ mo; tgage described in the
treadlo makes six stitches, thus produc
c.inip'aiiit lie corrected ami the description
ing about one-third more work in a day
of the premises in said mortgage be so cor
titan other Sewing Machines. It has no
rected as to convey tho premises intended
stop motions, and tightens the stitch with
to he convey ed thereby.
tho needle out of the fabric. It uses tho
2d. ’1 hat tlu* judgment ami decree of the
well-known Wilson Compound Feed on both sides cf the needle. It
Court described in the complaint be de
clared void and set aside and eaie-eled.
has two-thirds less parts than any other first-class Sew;ng Machine.
3d. That the iev y upon the premisesand
Its arm is fully eight and one-half inches long and five and one-half
sale thereof upon i xe.’iition as descrilH .I in
Inches high, and tho wholo Machine is very compactly and scien
the complaint be declared void and set
tifically constructed in proportions, elegance, design and appear
ance. Its simple, powerful and perfect mechanism places it as far
Ith. That a judgment and decree of the
In advance of ail other Sewing Machines as the telephone is superior
court lie made against the defendant Isaac
to tho tin speaking tube. The WILSON MENDINC ATTACHMENT,
Cox in favor of the plaintiff for the recovery
for repairing all kinds of textile fabrics WITHOUT PATCHING, fur
of the sum <>i'8H3.94 and interest thereon
nished FREE with all WILSON SEWING MACHINES, together with
since the 2d da y ot 8<q4eni her. 1'72, atone
a T uckor, Ruffier, Cordor, Set of Hom mors, Binder, etc. Prices fur
per c> nt. per month. <;l! in U. .*-. gold coin,
and tor the costs and disbursi tneiits <4 this
nished with freight charges prepaid, and machines furnished on
suit, and for the sale of the mortgaged
trial to responsible parties, to ho used with steam-power, in places
premises under said mon :agc as intended
where we have no agents. Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
List, No. 230.
execution at law, and
that the pro
ceeds be applied, first, tothe nay inent of
the costs of this suit; second to the pay -
Itlclit ot i lie a ll loll lit found due p a. ut i ll... I. I
also that the claim of tIn- <1< f< ndant, John
Martin, be declared subsequent in time,
and subject to plaint itf's said mortgage, and
t hat t lie det.-ib lants an I ai I persons claim
ing under theiu or eitlier of them he barred
am! foreclosed of all right, claim and equity
ot redemption in said premises and that
the residue, it any there be, nl the proceeds
ot such sale be applied according tn law.
Published by nr.leroi Hon. 11. K. Hanna,
Judge ol sa.d Circuit Court, which order
was made and dated the 27th dav of \ugiist,
A. C. J< iN I’.S,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Cor. California and 4tli Sts.
The people bought Singer machines as fol-
In the County Court of Jackson county,
State ot Oregon, sit’ing for probate busi
ness on Saturday, August 23, Is?.».
In t he m.iti it <>f i I h » listale of P. W. Stow,
ai) iiisa'ne person.
<r'!i i Ann l'iil/iii». M'ti ii
Tu .hi». M. St hi
l "t/n l ine // >
•/ 'ihn Stine (fini till other»
illh cestcìl tlu i'ifii :
\’OU AR i: HEBE by notified th A'i
Tlios. McAndrews, guardian of said
I’. W. Stow, h is filed a petition, prayingfor
an order of said <’ourt to sell all ri al prop
city belonging to the estate of said Stow,
All the right, title and interest of said
I’. W. Stow in donation land claim ot I*.
W. Stow and l.avinia Stow, his wile, notifi
cation No. 12 and claim No. 51, being parts
<>f section 8 and lots 1,5, and din section
s an I parts ot' sec’ion !», and 1.4 2 in sec
tion 9, township No.
south ol'range, 2
west, containing in the aggregate 390.92
Therefore, notice is hereby given that the
prayer ol said petition w ill be heard and de
termined at Jacksonville, in said county
and State, on the 7th day of October,
is?!», at in o'clock a , m ., at w hich time all
parties interested are notified to appear and
-■how cause why an order ot sale should not
be made as pr.iv ed for in said petition.
Published in the D emocka lie T imes for
four consecutive weeks by order of Hon.
Silas J. Day, Count \ .Judge.
11. 15. W ATSON, Clerk.
“A Thing of Beauty is a «Toy
IT IS THE BEST
Highly Important to Miners and
Quartz Mill Men!
LIVERY fitiD SALE STABLE,
In tho f’oiinty Court ot the State of Oregon,
tor the County of Jaekson, sitting in pro
bate on September 3, 1*'7!».
In the matter of the estate of Jos. Rath, <lo-
/I KAREWSK1, ADMINISTRATOR <>1'
' T. said estate, having filed in said < .mil
bis final account for settlement, and also
praying for an order for setting tlm tinie
for hearing the same, therefore notice i-
hereby given that said tinal account will
be heard and ileterniined in saidl’ourt on
Tuesday, < »etober 7, iS79. at 10 o’clock A. M.,
at which time all persons having any ob
jections to said tinal account and settlement
must then and there make the same.
Published m the Di mociiatk ’ T imes for
font <-ons(..-utive weeks by order ol Hoti. S.
J. D.iv, County Judge.
E. B. WATSON, Clerk.
SAVE YOUR GOLD!
aving permanently located
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re-
s|>oettully informs the publie that he is
prepared to do all kinds of work in the bool
and shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran
GEORGE \V. FREY
Si I il I
’-A R, or 85 to 820 a
Vi’H'U day, in your own l«>«ality. No THE EAGLE BREWER
risk. Women <lo as well as men. Many,
make more than the amount stated above. ,
No on«'can fail to make money fast. Any
one «-an do the work. You can make from PHE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERE IO
.’.Ucts.to 82 an hour by devoting your even I has now on hand and is constantlv man- \
ings ami spare timeto the business. It costs ufaetunng he best Lager Beer in Southern '
nothing to try the business. Nothing like Oregon, whmh he will sell in quantities to
it for making money ever offered before. suit purchasers. Call and test the article/
Busin« -s pleasant and strictly honorable.
Reader, if you want to know al about the
NOT FAIT, to «ena
best paying business before the public, semi
us your address and we will semi you full
parti«“u!ai s ami private terms tri e; samples
man ever, ('o.itaii,»
**e**cripuou» of every
worth s5 also frecjyouean then make up
tli'njr reqiilr-d for
y«>ur miivl for yourself. Address G E( >RGE
«se, with over mon in,.1', ref>.na, 0T /n. « a
STINSON .V Co., Portland, Maine.
Cents for It. isuiii rtw l
POR MIXING BI ANKS GO THE TIMES
O ffk ’ e . Copp's Hand-book of Mining
rUSTICE’S AND LEGAL BLANKS OF I
J all kinds for hale at the T imes O ffice Law always kept on hand. Price 81 a copy.
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