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W ¿Ormoratií ihws.
O. Harbaugh's grand auction sale w ill com
mence on Thursday next ami continue until
Teamsters are busy.
Alex. Martin, of Oakland, Cal., is expected
everything is sold. A number of desirable ar
Settle your subscription.
ticles are offered for sale.
A. H. Carson of Josephine county i»a«le us
.Stoves are popular again.
Has tho breakwater la-en swamped by a
; ti-lal wave? asks an exchange. No, we think
M ind ami rain this week.
Geo. Yaudes, Sterling’s affable P. M., was
m>t. It is now reported that it will be locate«!
See the new goixls at Reames*.
at the mouth of Bear creek.
The weather has become eooler.
Adam Klippel and family are expected from
Citizens of Cow creek, to the number of
Schools are opening everywhere.
twenty-five or more, propose graveling the
Weather prognostications are in order.
south end of the Canyon road. This is now
Jay lieach ami w ife, of Fort Klamath, are
attending the fair at Yreka.
More new gotxls just received at Mensor’s. the best toll-roa«l in Oregon.
H. F. Phillips has added a tine hearse to the
N. Cook of Willow Springs is still very
Immense quantities of merchandise are ar
Ashland Livery Stable. He keeps a first-class sick, we are sorry to learn.
establishment ami the public can always find
Division Agent Carll passed through town
Beautiful—those elegant calling cards at the
the best accommodations there.
Tues-lay en route for Yreka.
T imes office.
nniMi news .
\\ inter preparations are in order.
Yreka “Journal ’’ (AMI PltK'EN AT RE AW KA BBOTHEM*
NTOKE« •**< KXOSV 1I.LE« OR.
1 says of the arrival of the Jacksonville Min-
j strels an-l Brass Baud at that plaec* on Monday I
GIU K lCIU EH. KT(L
Ex-Governor Chadwick will visit the Apple last: “They drove up to Turners’ Hall, where
Rica coffee, per tb.......... 21c
gate ini ties to-day.
they left their baggage, musical instruments, Nan Francisco roffn«»d
(t')sngar, per !b..lftc
A S ubstantial I mprovement .—Postmaster
The Trullinger ditch, lemling from Jack’s etc., ami then |»roceede<l to the hotel and ' (’rushed Ntmur, ¡»er ft >««••««•••
around town, escorted by their many friends 1 Extra!' svrtip, |H»r 5 gallon kegs
Muller has furnished the Post Office with a
< 'reek to Horse Creek, is nearly completed.
< I runt's can-lies, per I h » x ««•«•««•a**«<•*••••«••• 4 25
fine set of lock-boxes that are useful and con
W e learn that a $200 nugget was recently here. About aiq-per time the boys brought i Best candles, N. n..,»er box
venient and quite ornamental besides. They
picked up on Silver creek by a Kerbyvillian.
¡H-rformed several favorite airs on the balcony Soda affd saloratiis. I. II. L.,per ft».
were designed by D. Linn, whose establish
44« . .25c
Frank Euuis was over from the Sterling
of the Franco-American Hotel, in excellent Grain |»«i»|>cr, sift«»d. ¡«»r ft».............. ..75c
ment did itself credit in their construction.
mine We»lnes<lay and reports work progress
manner, showing groat skill as superior mu J. B. Pace's tin trttr tobacco, j>er th.
A ccident .—Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, while
sical artists, ami such as any town or even larg (’oil oil, per ft gallon can...............
The miners on Jump-off-Joe are preparing est city would have rcas< n to feel prouil of. Af
returning home Monday afternoon, was thrown
DRY-GOODK AND ULOTHIKG.
from her horse near town and quite severely
for mining operations more extensively than ter sup|»er the minstrels had a rehearsal at
bh-ache«! muslin, per yd. ...12**0
for several years past.
injured. Her left collar-bone was broken,
Turners' Hall, ami those who wituesse«! it While Ris k bleached muslin, per yd...12Jio
besides which she received other painful '
I T. L. Beck, of Willow Springs, is making s|H»ak in the highest terms of their singing, Red Bank
Four Celestials took their departure for
bruises. Dr. Danforth set the fracture and Mrs.
Wm. Robinson, of I^ike county, is paving extensive preparations for Winter and will dancing ami general ¡»erformance. They (¡roenBauk
Sickness is disappearing with the change iu
Johnson is now comfortable.
| the temperature.
were to «»¡»en last night at Turners' Hall ami
his friemls on Applegate a visit.
soon be ready for water.
lin, |s»r vd..................... ........................ 19c
thing to be regretted was that they left sever
Waisman Co. are sinking a shaft on G. W. w ill ¡»erform also to night and to-morrow night Ty«‘oon reps for la-lies wrappers per yd 25c
Jos. llapp has placed us under obligations
T he M instrels .—Another large audience ; D. Forman will open a wagon-shop at Eagle al of their “cousins” behind them.
¡Crystal’s premises in town and have struck W'e have no doubt they will be greeted with Diagonal «Iress goods, per yd................. 25c
for a supply of superior peaches.
greeted the Jacksonville Minstrels Saturday j Point before long.
crow-led houses each night ami afford the Black «»aslimere, good, ¡»er yd............. 87?tc
The “College Ceroma, ” published in the
I’aney water proofs per yd..................... $1 00
greatest satisfaction in their ¡»eriormaiiees.’’
night, the occasion of their second perform- i C. W. Savage, of the New State Hotel, is
Benj. Haymond ami w ife of Rock Point re g<M>d prospects, we learn.
interests of Ashland College and Normal
Cotton batting, ¡»er ft»................................ 30c
turned from California yesterday.
There are some prospects that the Fort Lam-
auce. Everything passed off* smoothly and beautifying his promises.
School, is the object of much favorable com
C heap P ostage . -The Post Office Depart anton flannel, ,mr yd............................ 12‘jc
gave geueral satisfaction. An improvement I Recent rains have extinguished the tires ment by the press ami public generally.
J. J. Johnson, of Applegate, was in town quartz ledge, owned by McDonough, Kahler ment has recently made the following rulings Laces, embroideries, a yd 12'ieand upwards
Ladies’ kid gloves,|*er pair..
was perceptible throughout, though the leader ! burning in the mountains.
A Co., will be dis|H>sed of.
in relation to third-class matter: ‘Printed blanks Corsets .............................. .......
A glance .at the notices under “Marriage" Fri-lay ami made us a pleasant call.
of the orchestra did not seem at his b«-«t and : The infant child of Mr. an-l Mrs. C. Beach
. I 75
will explain why Superintendent Fitzpatrick
demoralized some of the songs by his disgruntled -lied at Ashland last Monday.
J near Herd’s mill, by meansofa wing-lain, and ture of a private correspondence, and sent at I ai <lies' silk ti«»s........................
of the Applegate Gravel Company's diggings fair. Fred. Tice is acting as his substitute.
“ dross silk, per yd.....
third-class rates. Under the new law it is
We are in receipt of the compliments of Mr. left this section so anxiously the other «lay.
Miss Emma Howard of Alturas (Cal.) has are said to be getting tine prospects.
« LOTHINO «'HEAl’EU THAN Til E UlIEAFEST.
A nother E scapade .—A four-horse teain ami Mrs. Nort. Eddings. Thanks.
Wimer A Co., near Waldo, and Dessellcs A held that an insurance policy tilled in, in writ A goo«! suit for............................................$10 00
The bridge across Sardine creek, near the resumed her studies at St. Mary's Academy.
from Fort Klamath indulged inarunaway Mon
on Scott's Gulch, Josephine county, are ing, ami enclosed in an nnsc ileJ envelope, is ‘ Hats, each............... ............... $1 and upwards
Hon. E. Steele delivered the annual address residence of Jacob Ncathatner, is in an almost
J. II. Cameron returned from Lake county
day last and demoralized everything in its at the Yreka fair yesterday evening.
an-l have not made a clean-up as third class matter.” This undoubtedly in Brown duck overall*, per pair.............. 7ftc
dangerous condition. Judge Day examined it \\ e«lncsday. He reports that section flourish I
“ .............. 75c
cludes tho filling out of printed bill heads, Levi Strauss «t Co.’s cop|»«r-rivete<i
way. Madanie Holt’s pump and the only j
Better than a letter to your friends in the Tuesilay and reports a new bridge as necessary. ing-
overalls, p««r pair..................... $1 50
lamp-post left intact at the time were wreck -
Ex-Governor Uha-lwick an-l Major Feehet which w ill be a considerable saving to business ra»vi «luck
Geo. Bagot, agent for that excellent pap«»r,
Walter Parks and Charles Barnes, who have
Str-'iDH A C-,.’s copper-riveted
ed by the fractious animals, who dually came j States: A copy of the T imes sent regularly.
blank)»t-lin<»d duck coats.................. 5 no
for sometime been connected with the Rose the Roseburg “Star,” will soon make this place are still giving our mining resources their at- tal card, and who have found it unprofitable to
to a stand-still in the rear of the Masonic I A supply of the celebrated Milwaukie beer
<)lh«»r blanket line«! «luck coats........... ... 4 oo
White shirts, -.''»--«I,.................................... 1 2ft
building without doing themselves or tho ve has just been receivetl at Noland A McDaniel's.
give great satisfaction.
M«»rino un-!< ishirts A drawers, each...75c
Fishermen are meeting with success at the
hicle to w hich they were attached any consid
Canton 4Y no! tifiiler liirts A drawer*,75c
erable damage. The affair was bad enough, . mouth of Smith river, Del Norte county, Cal.
REM. E state I it an - actions . The f<dlowing
AX I) SHOES.
t »• ) >!<
mines an-l other blanks, as also Copp's H.in-L
A great fire occurred at Alturas, Modoc interim.
but it could Lave lieen much worse.
Geo. Brown has sold the promises adjoin
Bool®. ( 'a
county, California, which almost entirely de
Ehler Brower of Salem, Baptist minister, ' book of Mining Law,can always be obtained at oiiiee smee the last is.u- of the T imes :
< n tbe bottom, |>er pair $4 50
s’ a i li ; -
H errin ’ s L ane . — Win. Eaton, who was
stroyed the town. Wm. Williams ami other has been holding meetings on Williams creek the T imes office.
J. II. Oatman ami w:fe to D. A. Covert, Boot*, < ' il f--rnia made, warranted and
stamped <>n bottom, finust Jt best
awarded the contract for graveling 400 yards
i A new’ machine for working beach mines is parcel of real estate in Pbu*:nx. Cutisidera
former residents of this place are among the and Missouri Flat.
calf..... • •• >•••••»•«••*•• •••••a••k •••••••••••••• • 6 00
of the west end of Herrin’s lane, at $398, has
We are pleased to learn that our friend being tested at Crescent City. The gold of tion, $175.
Eastern made boots, |>«-r pair,...... $-1 to 4 00
Geo. Brown ami wife to P. J. Ryan, prem La-lies’ sli<H»N,('aliforiiia ma«!e,bestcn!f,
lieen authorized to gravel a like distance furth telegraph lines in condition for the Winter, The Board of Trustees will probably order
t'lamle Fhayer of East Portland has improved this northern coast is so line that it is almost ises fronting on On-gon street.
warranted and trtam|>c<I, per pair 2 25
er at the same rate. This was found to be nec season.
the erection of several hitching-posts for the sufficiently to be about again.
T. J. Bell and wife to Jas. Bell, lots 4 and Ladies' shoes, 2-1 quality, }>er pair......... 2 00
essary, in order to place that quagmire in
The State and Siskiyou county fairs are convenience of our friends from the country
Wm. Angle was down from Applegate last 5 in block 4, in Plm-nix. Consideration, .*410.
C. S. Lamb of Portland will assist W. J.
good condition for Winter travel, and our citi- now in full blast. ls»th commencing on Wednes soon, something that has been needed for a
Wallis in the management of the telegraph Week, from whom we learn that the Grand Trimble. A. S. Moon. J. B. Wrisley and Isaac misses ’ and < itit.i-R en ’ sshoes in proportion .
Eens will generally commend this action on day last.
Applegate Company is still piping, though Constant have been recorded.
La-lit—'ball' cloth she«»».warrant««! an«!
at Yreka, vice Geo. Peck.
the part of the County Commissioners. We I L. Hubert has withdrawn his sprinkler. -
stanip---] on bottotn..............
with a limited amount of water.
J. A. Cardwell, in addition to th«- four new
T. J. Raitney of Sam's valley has purchased
Ditto, 2-1 quality, p«-r pair........................... 2 00
learn that Mr. Eaton is doing his work well Jupiter Pluvius will attend to the business
PuotiA th Corn r. —The following proceedings C:«r|mt slippers “ “ .....................
The Tombstone mine of Arizona, in w hich
buggies just received, has also supplied his W. G. Knighton's place on Trail creek an-l
and that the lane will be passable during the hereafter.
occurred before Hon. Silas J. Day, Judge Mo<|ii<‘( or plush sli|»|mrs |w»r pair__
stable with several sets of harness, elegant robes, w ill probably take possession soon.
entire wet season, something heretofore un
ALL MADE RY WHITE I.AIIOR.
interested, has shipped .$108,485 in bullion, of this Court, since our last report:
The Fall races over the Lakeview course whips, etc. If you want a fine turn-out give .
known in our history.
John Sizemore aud family, of Sam's valhiy,
lu the matter of the estate of IL B. Ilarga-
mostly silver, to the Philadelphia mint.
commence October 6th, ami much interest is him a call.
1 IM» tb«............................. r 50
returned last week from a trip to Coos county,
dine, deceased. Semi-annual report of S. W.
P ersonal . — Frank Cluggage, a former resi manifested.
Jack Layton has completed a mammoth res Kilgore, executor, approved and order made I Nt«s»l ahovels, long handl«*....................
The roa-ls toward Goose Lake Valley, in well pleaseil w ith their experience in that re.
dent of this place, passed through tow n Tues
ervoir on Farris' Gulch that does its work well authorizing him to sell certain personal prop Whit«» I«* h «1, Atlantic, |a»r keg, 25 lbs..... 3 00
The Jacksonville Minstrels are said to be Southeastern Oregon, are lined with emigrants, gi«m.
All other goods in Mock will bo sold for
day, eu route for The Dalles. On his return he ¡»laving to crowded houses at Yrekaan-l giving in all kinds of vehicles, going to Lake county,
and enables him to pipa again at intervals. erty.
cash at prices in proportion to the above.
Lewis G. Ross lias been officiating as princi
will tarry a few days with us and probably satisfaction.
He is engaged in making extensive prepara
in the vicinity of Lakeview and the valleys
S ocial P arty . There will be a party at
pal of tho Manzanita district school -luring the
make arrangements for the sale of the property I The Prairie district school, in charge of Miss northward.
tions for Winter.
L. Thurman's residence on Applegate
A distinguished scientist once Raid: “No
still lielongiiig to his brother, Jas. (’luggage, Wells, closes a successful session of five * One would suppose that Ashland is a yawn
Geo. W. Elliott this week poun-led $1.50 next Friday evening in commemoration of the man with a strong healthy stomach ever
the original owner of the tow n-site of Jackson
out of about two |M*unds of rock from Egan A completion of the structure. The best of mu committed silicide,” and yet many are suf
ing grave-yar-l from tho rej»ort that three drug
Fred. Tice has resigned his position as driver
ville. Mr. ('luggage is the proprietor of a
fering the tortures oft be damned with AJys-
A wagon-load of prepare«! salmon from Del stores are about to De quartered there, though for the C. A (). Stage Company an-l w ill turn Co.'s quartz ledge in th«- Willow Springs dis sic ami sup]K-r will lie provided and no pains yicyMoi when a single bottle of DR. M1N-
number of stage-lines running in Nevada and
she has alw ays borne the reputation of being a his atrention to farming. He is succeeded by trict. There is sai-l to l>e plenty of the same are to be spared for the success of the event. 1'1 E'S ENGLISH DANDELION, LIVER
California and is prospering. An idea of ins Norte county was disposed of iu the valley healthful town.
ore li ft and the vein is constantly widening.
A general invitation is extended.
AND DY-PEPSIA PILES will give relief,
extensive operations may lie formed from the
and, if persisted in, will cure the worst case
Dewey A Co.’s agency at San Francisco an
Reames Bros. arc exhibiting a large and ele-
Reames Bros, have inqiorted a new lamp
S euili tits can have their notices for final proof of his <h^ttessing trouble. This pill cures
Geo. W. Cooksey of Manzanita has gone to
single fact that he keeps (¡00 head of horses
that a patent h is been issued to Chas. ami other land notices published in the T imes T‘>rpi<l I.tv< r amt H i I ioiixhcm , Iley >tl ate* the
Camp Harney on business. He reci-ntly dis
constantly employed in hauling his vehicles,
< m 1‘tmpltK j ruin the b\tcc,curet
expect further additions. Real their price- posed of his interest in a band of cattle rang H. 1 icach of Althou.se, Josephine county, for by re<jiiesting the officers of the Roseburg lluii'clt, lit
and his visit to Oregon is with the view of ex ami serviceable.
N'lllutr (\uii/ili’.riiin, l-'oul Hrcath, Nick lleatl-
soles for rubber boots. The invention is sai-l
list ami don't fail to «'all if you want the best
Laml Office, through th-- County Clerk or oth achc, Hearlhnrn. 1‘iun hi thr Ni'leit anti Hark;
ing in that section.
tending his business further.
The October term of the County Court con
to be an important one to miners generally.
goods at the low est prices.
¡s Nitffarciafnl axu \ GUARANTEED to bo
er agents, to s.ml them to this establishment, PURELY
venes next week. The auuual tax will be lev-,
A. W. Sturges has our thanks fora liberal
VEGETABLE. It acts directly
R eligious I tems .—Rev. Father Blanchet ietl during the session.
The outside work on the Masonic building
A hard Winter is anticipated by many an-l wi-ere the service will be performetl at the upon the coating of the Stomach ami on the
supply of excelleut [»cachi-s. Al. has a fine
will hold services in St. Francis’ Church, at
at Ashland is nearing completion. The walls
it is also expeete-l to be an early one. If such I very lowest rites.
Liver. Can betaken in any climate—wet
orchard ami proposes -Irving a considerable
Dr. P. Jack amt Ben Eaton have leased the
or dry weather. Beware ot Imitations. The
Eagle Point, Sun-lay at the usual hour....
■ should be the case excellent reports will come
of the structure the O-l-l Fellows are erecting
-piantity of fruit this season.
Anderson place, near Jas. Hamlin's, ami will
St Ki-iitsE V alley , which usually yields a Genuine lias an engraving of a lion on tho
Rev. M. A. Williams will preach at the M. E.
from the miners, for they are making extensive
in conjunction with certain business men of
outside wrapDer. Price 50 cents. For sale
take charge of it soon.
Major Edwin C. Mason, 21st infantry, act preparations and will be ready for work when large surplus of grain, will barely harvest by druggists.
Church in this place on Sun-lay at 11 o’clock
the town are going up rapidly.
The mammoth ox, Goliah, which was on ex
ing assistant insjiector-gei’.er::!, passc-l through waler eomes.
D r . A. E. M intie «V Co.—Gents; I have
enough for its home use, and the same is true
A. M....Rev. D. A. Crowell holds forth at
Four of S. C. Taylor’s horses were found
your lamed English Dandelion Pills
of the Fall River and oilier valleys. The
Grant’s Pass on Sun-lay next.__ Rev. C. E.
The J limp-off-Joe Gravel Mining Co., at
dead on the range, a few miles northeast of
for torpid liver ami «ly-qtepsia and can free
jieople fear they will have t-i <l- |ien-l on Rogue ly say they are the best Pills I ever bad.
I’hill>r«»ok, Presiding Ehler of Rogue River
Phoenix, this week. No cause for their death
Lucky tjuecn, Josephine county, has just
District, Unite-1 Brethren (’htirch, will preach
Dr. Stanley of Table Rock has just complet can be attributed, but it is suppo.st-il that they
Theo. Cameron, tin- genial Nasby of Union tiled articles of incorporation at the office of River Valley for most of their tl-iur the com 1 can recommend tItem as t sure preveti-
:-.«• and positive cure in all cases of fever
at Butte creek to-morrow evening and pro- ed a neat residence that is an improvement to
town, left tor the Willamette 'alley Tuesday the Secretary of State at Salem. 1 pcorporators, ing Winter.
and ague. Truly' yours,
had eaten some poisonous herb.
ami will visit various points of interest l>. 11. Sexton, G. W. Gibbs aud 0. Johnson.
ffltct tne services one week, if desirable. Also that section of the county.
A mos P artridge , Contractor.
Y reka F air .—Reports from tho fair
Mrs. Prim and «laughter last Saturday re along the line, inclmling also the State Fair.
Portland, Oct. 5, 1878.
at Pho-nix, at the M. E. Church, commencing
The Fall clip is Iteginning tn arrive, but
Capital stock, $100,(MM).
ceived a complete assortment of elegant milli
Saturday morning, October llth, amt at the no change is perceptible iu the San Francisco
Nick. Ficke, of Bybee's butchering es
The Squaw Lake Company's diggings are in bay gelding “Billies’’ won the trott ing race
nery for Fall ami Winter, inclmling a variety of
Ashlaml Presbyterian Church, commencing wool market because of it.
tablishment, cut the mid-lie finger of his left statu quo, Superintendent Klippel awaiting Wednesday, beating J. N. T. Miller's
shapes now quite popular everywhere. The
SIR ASTLEY COOl’ER’S VITAL RE-
Saturday evening, October 18th. The meet
hand severely last l-'ri-lay and now wears it in the arrival of Governor Thayer an-l Judge “John" and a Scott Valley horse. Best
The town presents a deserted appearance ladies will do well to call early.
s|'<IRA 1'1 VE: Thoxireat English Rotnedy
ing at Plm-nix will be a quarterly conference. tliis week, owing principally to the prevalence
a sling. D. M. Me.Menainy is tilling his place Kelly, w ho are interested partit-s, before pro-
—has mado more cures of Nervous Debility,
Newman Fisher will soon be in receipt of a temporarily.
SfM-rmatorrhoea, Seminal Weaknem, lx »at
of the State ami Y'reka Fairs.
Cn I nge or T ime . We have lieen informed,
magnificent assortment of goods, the first in
S eti le U p . Those knowing themselves in- Manhood, noeluriial «-missions, lassitude,
W. H. Byars, of R-»seburg, has been ap These gentlemen are reported to lie on their
Geo. Schumpf received an elegant chair
nays the Ret! Bluff “People’s Cause,’’ that on
inability for mental lalsir, desimndeney,
stallment of which arrived this week. Give
debt<-d to the T imes office are requi-sted to call and such diseases as are indm-ed by youth
or altout tho 1st of November next, or as soon from San Francisco last Saturday that adds hitn a call, for he is now selling off at bedrock pointed agent for the State to select swamp way hither.
at once ami settle. The amount dtle from each ful follies ami excesses, than all oilier m«»d-
lands to the amount of not exceeding ten
as the large ferry boat is finished, that the to the looks of his barlier-sliop.
Considerable excitement has been occasioned
rates to make room for his new stock.
i«-ines combined. Whv will you sufTerf
thousand acres, at the compensation of two on French Flat, Josephine county, by the dis ! person is small, but, in the aggregate, amounts Send to A. E. Mintie, M. D., No. 11 Kear
Ashland's new <1 ¡strict school-house is al
following change in the time table of the Ore-
to much to us. We will receive county scrip, ny Street, San Francisco, for tile Restora
G. W. Holt is now putting a neat cornice on cents ,»er acre.
gou and California Pacific Railroad will take most enclosed. Daley & Co., who have the
covery of gravel lieneath what was suppose«! wood and (lour, if payment is inaile soou.
tive ami I»«« cqred. Price, $■'» per bottle.
Jas. McDougall was in tow’n Wednesday to b«i bedrock. The latter yiel-ls rather readily
place: The north bound passenger train will contract, are doing au excellent job.
I'-mr limes the quantity, $10. Try * bottle.
enclosed. The carpenters are also busily en ami informs us that the Rock Point bridge is
leave Sacramento at 12.15 r. m . and arrive at
and the strata Iteneath it is sai-l to I m : rich. I J ackson C ounty against the W orld . A Dr. Mintie treats all private diseases success
Grob A Ulrich the other day receive«! a gaged ami expect to have the roof ami fl >ors
ready to be turned over to the proprietors, Many claims have been located in consequence 1 dispatch received y«-stcr«lay informs us that fully. Med icinessent secure from observa
Reading at S: 15 p. m . On returning, will leave supply of first-class tobaccos ami cigars, which
tion upon re--eipl ot prico or U. <). D.
compk-te-l in the course of a few weeks.
which w ill be done upon Ben. Haymond's re- of this discovery.
Henry Mensor won the foot-race at Yreka
Reading at 6:40 a . m .. and arrive in Sacramen- they are now offering for sale cheap.
EX I I: acts from i . ei - tfrs .
I The Roseburg “Star” says that K. II. Gab turn from San Francisco.
I over tiie competitors.
ia better.” “I atn a strong
toatJ.IOr. m It will be observed that there will
j A correspondent, writing from Lucky Queen,
Wild mustard is sai-l to be injurious to stock » bert, of Galice creek, will open a drug store in
! man again.”
“11 is worth fifty dollars a
lie no change of cars at Red Bluff, as at pres
A. Miller, Jr., of Antelope returned from says: An extensive channel lias lately been I
bottle.” “Ifthereis no reaction after quit-
and some hol-l that the «leath of Jas. McDon- i connection with the Grange store at Myrtli-
ent, but that tho passengers will be carried
Josephine county Tuesday and informs us that discovered along the north side of Jump-off-
ling it, it is the king pin, etc., etc.
ough's colts is directly attributable to it.
j creek, with a full line of drugs ami other the meeting of the new .school Baptist Associa
through to Reading. This change on Summer I
Joe (’reek, just behind the rim rock, which 1
stage time will make the Oregon stage reach j Doten Bros.’ t«»ains from M<»loc county . commodities, on orabout October 1st. Success tion, held on Williams creek during the past prospects very well so far. A drift h;is
NEW THIS WEEK.
Ask Yoiirselt TI h - h «- QuesIioas.
hero from Reading several hours earlier. It i California, are now loading with flour at Ash ; to him.
week, was quite a successful one.
been starte-l an-l it is expected to prove exceed
I An- you a «lespomlent sufferer from a Sick
The Sterling saw-mill will be starte-l up
will probably cause a change also in the time [ laml. More are on the way for supplies.
E. Ivory of Modoc county, California, is ingly licit when the centre of the channel is
Headache, Habitual Costiven.-ss, I’alp tatioii
of the railroail between Roseburg aud Port-1 Asldaml will soon be able t«i toot her own I again in the course of a few days by A.
. paying this section a brief visit. He informs struck.
of the Heart? Have you Dizziness of the In the matter of flic estate of Wm. A. Per
horn, as her citizens have raised $173.50 for I’resley & Co. New saws have been procured us that the tire at Alturas was disastrous in its
Mr. R-ibiiis«»n returned from Josephine Hea-l ? Is your Nervous Sy»t:-m <li pressed ?
the purchase of instruments for a brass band. from San Francisco and the firm proposes fur consequences, destroying the busmens portion county last week, from whom Re learn that i Does your BI-
"’ hx 1 I circulate |,;vHy ’ Have you \
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J ewish H oly D vy . —Yom Kippur, or Day
nishing the market w ith the best -pialtty of of the townaud a great deal of property with it.
. ..«• undersigned has lieen appointed
I a Cough ? Low Spirits? (.’-outing up of the
A son of S. Y. Abbott of A ¡»pl egate was in
work has lieen suspended on nearly all the I food after eating? etc., etc. All of these ami by tho County Court of Jackson mnn-
of Atonement, commenced at sumlown Fri-lay
M. Colwell ot Table Rock was quite severely ' claims in the Silver creek region. Some
1 mu< h more are the direct results ot Dy spepsia. <y. Oregon, sitting in probate, Administiw-
evening an-l closed Satunl ly evening at the jure«! the other day in being thrown from
The Jacksonville Literary Society elected
Liver Complaint ami ln-li *estioii. G ukens tor ot the estate of Win. A. Perkins, de-
injured on Sunday last in being thrown from
name time. \ om Kippur is the most sacred of
the following officers last Fri-lay evening: Ik
vantage, but they are. few. The mines at A ugust Ft.ow r.i: is now a- km»« !- -l :<--l l»y al1
tho Jewish holy -lays, ami a rigid last is kept
All p<-rson» iiuk-Lt«^d tnaaiff aitate are ro-
Ra[»h:vl M-»rat lias recently built a neat resi B. Beekman, President; Miss Annie Bilger, his horse while riding at a rapid gait. His
Dni,’'. ists to b<- a po-itive cure. 2,4o-),ii :(> l»»t
faceatld head WCle bruised in a painful manner; . Uhctco, he says, are a complete failure, l»ould- t.lt-s were given away in th«» United Stat--' -|ii--st«-<| to sotti«- the santo iiiini»--liatel v, and
from its commenceinei-t at the ouo sumlown lience with a saloon attached, near town, where
Vico President; Andrew Hubbel, Secretary ;
ili«»'«* having ela-tns agallisi Ilio ostato will
till the blast on the Shofar the ram's horn
the l»est wiues and bran-lies can be obtained. W. W. Cardwell, Treasurer; Chas. Strang, but he is now doing well under the care of ers of liberal proptirtions being mote plentiful through druggists to the p»*op|«» as a trial i present thciii with th«- |»ro|M-r votichvrx u»
Two doses will satisfy any person ol its won me at Portland. Mul<uooiuli I’-iniity, Or<»-
, Dr. Stanley.
at thu succeeding sunset announces its termi- I
K. Kubli has receive-latino assortment of : War-leu.
derful quality in curing all forms of Imliges
nation. The Hebrews call it the Sabbath of I new giMxls ami exacts more soon. He is.
W. A. A. Hamilton of Uniontown was in tion. Sample bottles. I<> els I«-- mlar siz«-. gon, within six tiion’hs alter the lirai pub-
Wo arc pleas-«! to see that C. Magruder,
Iication of tbis -oli Os
From the assessment roll returned by Asses
Sai»!-,«ths. In the synagogues two of the oldest
selling at ¡»rices that cannot fail to be p«»pttlar. sor Goddard we learn that Major H. F. Esq., of Central Point, who has been quite ill I i town Mon-lay. 11« informs us that s««veral 75 ets. S -L! posit ii.-ly by all first-ci.«lrtl
members ascend the almema and assist the
Ht-iM-or <H said «»slitte.
’ for sometime past, is able to be about again, j hands are now busily «-ngaged in lilting up the gists in the United Nt.it-'S.
Jas. Hart, mail contractor on the Big Ap Barron is th«- heaviest taxpayer in th«- county» He informs us that there has been an unusual I diggings of Hamilton A I'happ-d for Winter.
R il-bi in the services, which Commence by the
Niatlling Miort ol I ntiliMakabl«- lleii« Ills
CENTS A TEAR.
latter a reciting throe times the R->1 Nidre, or plegate route made his first trip Tues-lay. No ' paying on S22,(»l(), ('. (’. Beekman coming amount of sickness in that neighborhood dur The main ditch is being extended 200 rods,
absolution frmn the unfulfilled religions vows -lid J. B. Thomas, contractor -ei the Meadows
while five miles of ol«l -litchare being enlarged.
ing the season.
i closely after.
n-w-i-aper In tlie
of the last year. It was only during Yom route.
lI'sRII LA enjoys. It IS l
Hugh White of Salt Lake City, whoever White labor is exclusively employe-l and gives whi’ h Avi.ii
C bmt » a V ia »,
ft., best vegetable alterative»
Kipp tr that the High Priest was permitted to
I). Headrick is buihling a two-3tory frame I R. S. Dunlap this week removed the re that may be, has been awarded the contract better satisfaction than Chinese at a less cost. «•'•mpouml
Fifteenth year of
enter into the inner sanctuary of King Solo structure at Linkville, the lower floor to be mains of the late James Cameron fr-»m the for carrying the mail senii-weekly between The company anticipates having everything
an-»n s I’emple. Jewish tra-litiou says the fate used as a blacksmith-shop ami the upjier for graveyard near Uniontown to the Masonic Wilderville and < ¡rant's Pass, via Galice creek. ready when water comes and is sanguine of ex
loti», incn’urial, or l-loo-i disorders. I 'inior.id'
an a m urpaper, pub
of the work! was written on the «lay of Rosh i a hall.
lishing all the dlt>
Cemetery in this place. The coffin was found It is doubtful whether he will ever com cellent results.
siiee«-a.si ■till ami certain nt its remedial effect*, i(
pai--l>e( of tswh the
.lia-hanah, but not sealed until Yom Kippur.
latctl Pre»» and the
mence the service, as we learn that he is al
The hearts of the “l»»vs in blue” have been
Nationai A»«»»eialed Press, lies Idea
T emperance O ruanization .— A Logion 8.»res. Bods,
Humors, Pimple»», Eruptions,
Ten-lays att« r. to allow that time for repent-
an exteimlve stslcni ot r|>ecialdla-
ready anxious to sell out.
inadu glad by the appearance of the paymaster
of I lonor was organize«! at th«» conclusion of ■ Skin diseases ami all -lisor-lers arising from im
rati-hes fron. all important points.
mice. File Jewish business houses cloaed dur
I is hot- |^< n^tl■nt in PoliUct,pro-
Judge Watson of the Second District has de
at F-»rt Klamath, after an absence of several
Wm. M. Colvig of Roek Point has taken up Mrs. Peckham's lecture on the evening of ! puritv of the I i I- xm I, B\ its if vigoratiiig effects
eenting poliUcal new« free from
ing the day. Appropriate exercises were held months.
ci-le-1 the case entitled the Dixon heirs vs. a parcel of land on what is euphoniously tlie2t>tli nil., with 81 member». Tiie iol- j it always relieves ami often cures l.i'vr l orn
t-artlrai- coloring, without fear or
favor Every ■iiiint>«:rcontain«Sto
nt the Masonic hall in this place, E. Jacobs
. J«»nes, to set aside , termed “Skookum Prairie," m ar Deskins lowing offii’ers were elected: D. Linn, Pres- ! plaints, Female W-akness ami Irregolari tie.-.
rninfitrtf/t StoriM. A favorite
No applicants for teachers’ certificates made Birney Dixon and Geo.
ami is a potent renew er of vitality, For l’uri
family paper. It Is the ClwaprgC
•officiating as Rabbi.
AV«-<'kly tn the U. R. 75 cents a
their appearance at the public examination an -lee-1 made by Hiram Dixon, in favor of the «le- mill on Rogue river, and w ill establish a dairy ¡«lent; T. G. Reames ami N. Lungell, Vice- tying the bloo-l it has no e-pial. It tones up
year. A-ldre»« Chicago Weekly
Newa, 123 ritib Av., Chicago, XU
M ore A rrivals of H orses . Ill addition to nounced for last Saturday by Superintendent
ths list vi horses at the Fair grounds, pub- i
ami believes it well suited for the pitrjtose for
years it has Is-en in extensive use. ami is to
Business men should not f«»rget that bill which he lias located it. We wish him all suc pointed and an «»¡a»n mooting will probably • lay th»- most availabl«' nu-die-n«- for the Miller A. I’. 11'ITAI.IMI,
lisi. ed last We ■ek,
the roka “Journal" anuounc-
E. <’. Ixtnn,
Geo. A. Jackson, of Table Rock, brought a
l»o liehl next Friday evening, tor which the ing sick, anywhere. For sale by all dealers.
429 Jackson St.,
25 Front St.,
es the folb-wing: Jay Reach, from Fort Klam- ! load of fiue water-melons to town Saturday» I heads, statements, l«itter-heads, notes ami re- cess in his enterprise.
Pol l laud.
nth. has the fin« stalliou Altamont, 4 years some of which weighed over twenty-five L, ! ceipts in book form, ami every description of
old, imported from Kentucky; also a tine ' pounds each.
' commercial printing, neat ami cheap, can be ( F or the F air .—The attendance on the
A. P. HOTALING de CO
not on han<l to witness their unanimous
maro named M Aggie Arnold, 4 years old, a |
imes office on short notice. t . SiskivoiiCounty Agricultural Fair at Yreka, elect ion,but M is. Peckham.in tin* simplic.ty F1TZP VL'RK'K—TAYI.OR-At Hie resi
A. Davison’s teams, which brought in a
filly nanie-l Favorite, age«! 5 years, and a
now in session, is«juite large and includes I of her heart, supposes they will serve
dence ot Allen McKenzie, Oakland, or.,
i large amount of merclutmlise, start for Rea-l-
FINK WIV'tA AN» MQt WKM.
Sept. 20Ji, John Fitzpatrick, of Jackson
I many from Southern Oregon. In addition nevertheless.
Lummox mare a,. -1 6 years, J. N. T. Miller,
i ing to-dav. loadeil with apples tor the Califor- ' The larg«-st ami best supply «>f blanks in
county, and Mrs. M. L. Taylor, of Doug
Sole Agenta for the
of J act. son ville, has * a Imrso named John, 1 •
T here ar«» many who lielievctho vegeta
S-mthern Oregon, consisting in part of «leetls, i to those mentioned elsewhere there are
las count V.
- ma market.
■w ith his mate, "I lykr; also the well known
im»rtgag-»s, attorney's summonses. Justice’s present: J. W. Manning, E. IL Au'cnrieih, ble kingdom has within its range an anti-
.T. II. CUTTER
Thatcher «A Wor-len of Linkville are now
h«»rse R irns. G. W. Stev euson, of Jaekson-
papers, sche-lules, ete., can be found at the M.s. W.J. Plymalo, Mrs. A. Bilger, Mrs. -loietorall the dis«-ases to which tlesli is
occupying their new brick building, which is
ville, has the Gip.«> l’-»y ami a yearling named
1 IMIS office. Pri-'cs reasonable. Orders from M. A. • 'bamlM-rs, C. W. Kahler, G. W. St«» liable. Judging from t he woii<lerfu!l v bene WITT - < »II Apph'gal«, September l’>th, t<
said to 1>«’ one of the bust appoiuteil structures abroad w ill bepromptly tilled.
| venson. Sheriff Bybee, A. Barnebtirg, ti-’ial effects wliicb follow tliti uso of l-'rese’s
the w ile of II. K. Wilt, a daughter.
Rogue River B >y. J. V». Manning, of Jack-
! in this section.
lacob Ish, S. Booth, besides several others, Hamburg Tea in a great variety of diseases
And W. J. Is-oip's Nt. T xhiík B«w»r.
sou' ille, baa his tine stalliou Ophir, a lively
Mis. P. Annetta Peckham, now lecturing
Fred. L-iy has gone to Yreka and we learn in Ualifornia. calls intoxicating liquors the
the la’itef .seems well founded. The <»<•<•» A VALUABLE PANACEA!
trotter Jas. Muse, of Fort Jones, has the
(¡i n. A? ills for Still'* liHrMincnt Insftnnrc f«,
crow-ls from this section that have e'er sioitai use of it w ill be found Io waul off bil
Kirby g. I lmg and American Girl, Jas. Suth-
“ilouble-distilletl quintessence of that country
erland has added to bis stable Bea agle's (Jently. , a m-'V p ggmg machine, in which Nat. Langel! which is warmer than this." The (‘«os Bay
MACHINES FOR SALE«
. . - ------
♦rom Scott Valley. Chas. Bove, «»f Callahans; is also inter ete«!.
“Argus' says that Annetta is the court, and
I.He or l»«*ath.
oo-l, th«» gentleman so seriously in she knows herself, or thinks she <1< k - s .
HAVE SEVERAL NEToND-ll AND
lias arnv-'d with his hue span of Gladiators,
B ro . B ird of the A rcka “I’nimi ’ deliver.-
Sewing M.iehi:i«>, in gix>d inter, which
It is a question of life or death. Nature ad
named llo- k and Charley. These, with those jured bj a log rolling over him at Ashlaml i
I will Hell very cheap, and warrant for one
The Jacksonville Minstrels and Brass Band himself of this lut of tatl’y: “We have re- i ■ monishes - s bj th- loss »> aj»;» 'tite, , by «lepre*
AVING TAKEN THE AGEN’cY OF year. I will also give (he pi ire I laser the
Aiiuottuee-l last w««k, make up a total few weeks ago, »bed Sunday and was buried
started for Yivka Sunday, tilling two Vehicles. .cived the first number of the‘College t'ero I 1 siou of spirits, by a bit'er taste in 1 the mouth,
this valuable medicine, I am now pre privilege of exchanging during that time
ofnearly forty horses, which is the largest
pared to tur ush it in quantities to suit at
1’iiis combination will not fail in ad-ling to tin ma,’ published by the Faculty of the Ashland that we* are sick. Take Plunder’s Oregon
bn 1'ie new Singer, allowing the -mine price
turn-out witnessed at any fair or races
W in. Cameron lutorms us that a tierce winil interest of the Fair, as the boys are a good-na College. It is well tilled with good reading
the following prices; (rial size bottles, 25 fir the old machine which was paid for it.
i»!o »1 Purifier, as by its tnil-i but bem ticinl ac
ever held in Northern California; ami there , Tuesday blew the fruit from the tiees, upset
natter, and in general appearance is as neat as tion oil th - Liver ami Ki-L-eys it p«»weriullj Cents; large size ( holding eight of the small ,
All kinds of sowing machines cleaned, re
tured set and always ready to ace- pt .m inv-t
are probably others to be e.xhibited fur the . tiie alfalfa ami ¡>layc«l iiavoc generally m the lion to a free lunch or to annihilate any amutim « new pin, which is due to the taste of friend , a---»bi nature in her efforts to re establish a $1 or three small for fthels. A trial for*his paired and adjusted at rea .unable rates.
specifi ' is all that is asked. Address all or
I). H. FEATHERS.
Nickell ot the llMK.s.
1 of drinkables.
1 heallby coleilUou of lire whole system.
vuiinity of Uuiuutowu.
M. JACOBS, Ashland, Or.
Jacksonville, Aug. 2ft, 1879.
EK ID A Y
OCTOBER 3, 1879.
□ LD BOURBON WHISKY,
Glenn’s Pease in the Family