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Pryor Eatou recently brought a line running
horse from California and is training him for
. the Christmas races. He is by the well-known
j four-mile horse “Joe Daniels.”
Why W ill You
L itigation P rospective .—Steps are in prog
Allow a cold to advance in your system and
Farming is in statu quo.
Plenty of water.
B. F. Dowell leaves for Roseburg this week.
thus encourage more serious maladies, such as
„DECEMBER 12, 1879,
I ¡»rove the most sensational law-suit ever tried Pneumonia, Hemorrhages and Lung Troubles,
Kubli’s new sign is unique.
The weather promises well.
L. Leonard of Josephine county has returned
in Jackson county. It would seem that in when an immediate relief can be so readily at
Read the new advertisements.
The miners are in their delight, and this from San Francisco.
R eligious I tems .—Elder M. Peterson will
j In Justice Hurter's Court last week, B. Ros-
1858 Dr. David Sisson, who was then the tained. B oschee ' s G erman S yrup has gained
Miss Miry Layton of Williams creek is possessor of a considerable portion of the pres the largest sale in the world for the cure of
preach at Central Point next Sunday and at I Christmas is only two weeks hence.
I tel recovered a judgment for §25 against Jul- is of a watery nature.
Coughs, Cohls and the severest Lung Diseases.
Eagle Point on the Sunday following... .There
The snow in the mountains, which is attending the Jacksonville district school.
ent town-site of Ashland, was shot and kille<l
i ian---------for surgical treatment rendered.
We keep note, receipt ami order books.
It is Dr. BoSc’liee’s famous German prescrip
quite deep even at this time, promises a
villlieno services at the M. E. Church .in
' The case was on trial for two days.
Rev. J. IL N. Bell, Presiding Ebler, who in broad daylight while on his way to a spring tion, and is prepared with the greatest core,
Rope lfi^c. a pound at the N. Y. Store.
source of supply the miners can rely ou in has l»eeu paying Southern Oregon au official for water. No active measures were for some ami no fear need be entertaine 1 in administer
this place next Sunday.
\\ ool still holds the price »¡uoted last week. ■ Geo. Dunn fell and dislocated his shoulder the Spring.
visit, returned to Roseburg Tuesday.
reason inaugurated for the apprehension of the ing it to the youngest child, as per directions.
: while swinging at the Ashland College grounds
N ew Y ear ’ s A musements .—YVm. Eaton
The sale of this medicine is unprecedented.
Coats worth $8 for $4.50 at the N. Y. Store.
A slide occurred this week in Ilays A Ma
murderers, and who they w ere has remained a Since first introduced there has lieen a con
will soon complete a neat and commodious
gruder’s ditch, leading to their mines on forms us that the damage d ine his saw-mill mystery, though it is believed they are still stant increasing demand and without a sin de
Ritschard keeps a fine stock of holiday jewel I chair until his injuries are repaired.
residence in the northern portion of town and
Rogue River, that will delay operations recently by high water has been repaired.
residents of Jackson county. Time has passed, report of a failure to do its work in any case.
The most beautiful Christmas present that for a short time.
proposes to commemorate the event with a
Ask your Druggists xs to the truth of these re
Fifteen yards of print for $1 at the New York an indulgent husband, or kind brother, or
Hon. A. C. Jones left for Roseburg yester until now the sole heir (Miss Augusta Sisson), marks. Large size, 75 cents. Try it and be
housewanning and general good time on New
• : ardent lover can make, is one of those popular
day, where he is called on business with the
Year’s night. The best of music and supper
rolls, notices of location of quartz and plac
up the matter and recovering the property,
i ircuit Court which convenes there next
Rlr Asiley l ooper's
er mines, and other mining blanks for sale
v ill l»e provided and everybody is invited to
which it is said has never been legally account
—The Great En
Those elegant styles of millinery at Mrs. at the T imes office.
attend. Tickets, $2.
ed for. It is also alleged that the lines have
glish Remedy, has ma le more cures of Ner
E. Jacobs has some prize toys that are a . Prim’s are receiving the undivided attention
Thus. Gilson has put the claim of Karews-
been altered and the town plat changed so as vous Debility, S|>eriiiatorrli<»ea, Seminal
H u : h W aters .—The storms of last week I novelty here.
j of the fair sex, notwithstanding the favorable ki A Silva, near the irouth of Palmorcreek, the ¡»ast year and a half, has resigned on ac to cover up all traces thereof. The land thus Weakness, fxwt Manhood, nociuru*l emis
raised the various streams so that the mail
in “apple-pie order” and work is now pro count of ill health and ia succeeded by Jos. involved is located in the heart of the town I sions, inability for mental labor,desp*»nden-
Fine, ornamental clocks at the New York prospects for another Noachian deluge.
»•y ami otlmr diseases induced by youth
service was almost entirely suspended in every Store, at cost.
It w.is at one time feared that the high wa- gressing in earnest there.
and it is claimed comprises all that portion on ful follies ami excesses, than all other med
direction for a few days. Cow creek could
Wm. Ruble of Polk county is among us the east side of Main street Liunded by Phil icines combined. Why will you suffer?
The heavy rains of last week, followed by
A Christmas tree would be appreciated by ‘ ter and great amount of drift-wood would en-
not lie crossed for two days and the Klamath I
He is a party to the Cayote creek lips’ livery stable on the north ami the corner Send to A. E. Mintie, M. D., No. II Kear
; danger both the bridges across Rogue river; snow and intervening showers, have af
ny Street, San Francisco, for the ReHtora-
river raised to such au extent that the ferry
forded the miners a considerable supply of mining suit ami is looking after the interests of the street running easterly to the hill on the live and be cured. Price, §•> per bottle.
I but fortunately the alarm proved fanciful.
Muslin worth 15c. per yard for 9c. at the I
was unsafe for the same time, so that we were
south, including Houck's hotel, Reeser's store, Four times the ipiantilv, $10. Try a bottle.
. Services were held at the M. E. Church last water that has enabled most of them to com of his side.
the Ashland Drug Store an<l several residences Dr. Mint io treats all private diseases auece-s-
without a stage from either way. The waters
Father Stampfl will not come to Jackson- and other projierty in the immediate neigli- fnlly. Mr>liciiiessent secure from observa
‘ Sunday, lieing the first that have occurred after
Oatman A Morton propose starting a variety
having receded, the mails are again arriving
The high water of last week was of ser ville to assist Father Blau -het in his pastoral borhootl. B. F. Dowell has been retained in tion upon receipt ot price or C. O. D.
nightfall for sometime. Rev. I). A. Crowell
store at Phrenix.
in carrying off the great amount of labors, having been called to Sublimity, Mari the case ami is .assisted by J. R. Neil iu his
officiated ami a fair attendance was present.
C hristmas P arty at S am ’ s V alley .—C. C.
that had accumulated in tho various
official ca(»acity as District Attorney. The
Cotton batting for 27Jc. per pound at the
To W hom it M ay C oncern .—N. Fisher,
The couple that went sleigh-riding this streams, and which were shortening the on county.
w ill give a social party at his resi
our County Treasurer, has been instructed to New Y’ork Store.
George Brawley of Pluenix swears peonle as expected that the issue will be made »luring dence on Christinas night, to which everybody
week was highly incensed that a naughty boy dump in some instances.
Josephine county has ha»l a plethora of w ater should roll up all the snow perceptible for a
forward all notes held by the School Fund and
Notary Public without the least profanity at the forepart of 1SS0. What the result will In is invited. He lias an excellent hall and will
The Applegate Gravel Company made a legal rates.
is, of course, difficult to imagine. A consul-
iqsin which over a year’s interest is due to the and much to spare.
block in a hall and dump it into their cutter.
erable flutter is liable to be occasione»! by it, provide the l»est of music and supper, so that
< lerk of the State Land Commissioners at
Skating is a favorite amusement in Lake
Dr. Jack has established an office at the ami tlu’i’e might be such a thing as some start those who attend will tie assured a fine time.
The rumor that Ah Fat, the lauudryman, is quite satisfactory. A remittance of dust
Salem by the last of the year. The trans county now-a-<lays.
ling developments being made.
I aliout to issue a black-list has caused some was made to the company’s headquarters Drake ¡»lace on Applegate, where he may be
mission of these notes may be followed by ac
not professionally engaged.
Hats in all colors worth $2.50 for §1 each commotion among ye delinquents. John evi- at Portland the other day.
tion living instituted upon them, and Mr. Fish at the New Y’ork Store.
* • dently appreciates the benefit of advertising.
Our old Y’reka friend J. M. Bassett is now ing proceedings have trauspired in this Court BRADLEY —At Bruwnsborongh, Duceiul»er
A lot of hydraulic pipe was put up at
er has kindly taken it upon himself to inform
fitli, of dvs|K:)>tie coQsumptiod, Luzern Brad
County scrip taken at par on all accounts—
The handsomest of holiday presents inay be Kubli’s hardware emporium this week for the publisher of the “Golden Era,” of San since our last report:
ley, aged 63 years.
those interested of this matter. Prompt pay i
MeKnight A Goldworthy ot Foot’s creek. I Francisco, one of the best family journals on
new or old—with the T imes office.
In the matter of the estate of Daniel Hop MACKIN In Ldand precinct, December 6th,
ment of the interest due will be in order and
kins, deceased. Executor allowed one month's
of hemorrhage of the bungs, John Mackin,
The atmosphere was cloudy xs we went to i ment of ¡»oetical works, gold penholders ami This firm is preparing to engage in mining i the Coast.
further inconvenience can thus be averted.
operations ou an extensive scale.
in the 41th vear of his age.
T. W. Johnson lias rented the Merriman
pens, inkstands, etc., have just been received.
press, with indications of more rain.
In the matter of the estate of W. A. A.
I ¡»lace, near Central Point, for a term of years. Hamilton, deceased. Chas. E (’happc-1 appoint
A H andsome P roduction .—On the fourth
Holiday printing of every description, in
Three and a half pounds of coffee, extra Cos
ance in small quantities. Theo. Cameron Mrs. Merriman removes to Ashland for the ed administrator of said estate, with Limbs fix
NE77 THIS WEEK.
•¡»age of the T imes will lie found a poem from ta llica, for §1 at the New Y’ork Store.
cluding ball tickets, programmes, wedding
of Uniontown brought twenty ounces of education of her children.
the |»en of Sam. L Simpson, Oregon’s poet
The awning of the New State broke down cards ami imitations, executed in the best dust to town this week, which is the first
In the matter of the estate of P. W. Stow, NOTICE TO TEACHERS !
laureate, now sojourning at the residence of under its weight of snow last Monday.
J. D. Fountain, School Superintendent, as an insane person. Sale of real property by
style at San Francisco rates at the T i mes office. installment of much more that will follow.
Hon. W. W. Fidler of William's creek, Jose
| will be seen by notice elsewhere, will hold a Thus. McAndrew, guardian, to Edward ¡very rilHEREWILL BE A PUBLIC EXAMI-
The Ix'gion of Honor will l»e three months
Thos. F. Beall met with a severe loss this
A. O. Eekelson has resumed his avoca
phine county. It neatly tells a tale of woe,
i public examination of applicants for teachers’ for the sum of §230, confirmed.
1 nation of applicantN for Teachors’ Certifi
old on the 24th. Few at the »late of inception tion as miner and may be found at the
week in the death of one of his fine mares.
In the matter of the estate of Evi Sebring, I cates held at the District School House in
the subject matter being “Old Mary,” the
certificates on Saturday, December 27th.
deceased. Sale of real property by E. Jacobs, Jacksonville on
Let not the C. C. W. R. enterprise slumlier. thought it would survive a few weeks; yet it Hamilton A Chapped diggings, near Union
surviving memlier of a once powerful tribe of
Cragie Sharp, Jr., traveling agent for the a<Iministrator, confirined.
Indians, and whose rancheria still haunts the It will l»c the salvation of Southern Oregon.
Saturday, December 27- 1879.
In the matter of the guardianship of the
sanguine of a good report from this mine. Wheeler A Wilson sewing machine, was in
minor heirs ot Minus Walker, deceased. Sale ■“Teachers will ¡»lease take notice and gov
Jas. McDougall has commenced the con
hill overlooking the town on its east. It will
McDonough, Kahler A Co. are busily
of personal property by H. F. Barron, guar ern themselves accordingly.
Read Jake Marcuse’s holiday announcement.
lie appreciated especially by those who wit struction of the bridge across Birdsey creek.
engaged in ground-sluicing near Fort Lane terests of that first-class household article.
J. D. FOUNTAIN,
nessed the hanging of a son of Mary by the
Better than a letter to your friends in “the
In the matter of the estate of S. Humphry,
County School Superintendent.
and will not commence the construction of
miners of Jacksonville and vicinity many States:” A copy of the T imes sent regularly.
decease 1. Win. Hoffman, executor, allowed
the ditch recently surveyed until there is a Martin, brothers-in-law of A. W. Presley, w ho further time to file inventory.
years ago and are cognizant of the attending
demand for the water it would convey to arrive»! from Salem a few days since. They
FARM FOR SALE.
One end of the bridge across the Unqiqua 65c. a ¡H»und.
In the matter of the guardianship of the
j river was damaged by tho recent high water.
Mr. Young, the proprietor of the Cold
1 HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
Nam. Lackland, superintendent of the
The elongated physiognomy of D. W. Crosby Bilger, guardian, files inventory of property
To B usiness M en .—As the time for yearly
An increase of service on the Jacksonville ■ Springs House, on the Linkville road, »lied on
sale his farm four miles east of Jackson
belonging to said wards, which w as »¡»¡»roved.
settlements is near at haud we would call the ami Big Applegate route is already talked the 7th and was buried at Parker’s on the I’almer creek mines, has had several hands ' may lie seen on our streets once more. Dave T. G. Rcames, J A. Cardwell and Max Muller
ville, containing 320'acres of good land,
the prineijiai portion of which is suscepli-
attention of business men to the superior facil ' of.
| »lay follow ing. He leaves a large family to at work making preparations tor this sea j has just returned from RosebHtg,_W4;ll satisfied aj»]>ointetl a,»,»raisers of same.
In the matter of the estate of O. I). Hoxie, ijile of cultivation and tho balance ex»-ellei;t
son's run ami expects to improve the op ; of the fact that there art: few better places
ities )M>ssesaed by the T imes office for the exe
wood land. Tho place is nlso well improved
Luzern Bradley, a well-known resident of - mourn his loss.
portunity now presented. He commenced thau Jacksonville.
, deceased. Petition of L. J. C. Dnncan to re and under fence, having a comtortahle
cution of every description of job printing.
sign his trust as administrator de bonis non
Butte creek, died at Browusborough on the
As we have just received a first-class supply piping this week.
dwelling-house, good barn, granary, etc.,
Having just received a full supply of printer’s 6th.
C. C. Bro ga»i, nfrnierly interested in the granted.
of jirinter's stationery and new material, we
u|s>n it. Any person desiring a bargain
stationery, we are prepared to turn out any
We bear that Green Bros, recently crush Hamilton A Chapped mine near Utiioutown, is
If you want anything handsome in the cut
The entertainment to be given by the Le will do well to call soon on or address
■iuml>er of bill-heads, statements, letter-heads,
ed eleven tons of ore from their Sugar stationed at Nordholf, Southern Cilifornia?
H. F. PHILLIPS, Ashland.
lery line, or first-class tirearms, give John Mill
gion of Honor next Friday evening will be
Pine ledge near Galico creek and realized His health has improved but little since his I
envelopes, etc., on short notice and in the liest
fancy job printing in superior style. Terms
er a call.
more than usually interesting. An excellent
over Sloa ton. The vein continues promis j departure from Jackson comity.
style at low prices never before heard of in
programme has l»eeii in preparation for some
ing, with prospects quite favorable for its
S »utheru Oregon. As we make a specialty of
time, so that those who attend w ill be as I
We have heard of the Grant bo»»m, ami the ¡»roving inexhaustible.
aving keen in tructedbythe
job printing and guarantee satisfaction in ev of go»»ds ami is constantly receiving novelties
sured a pleasant time. The Court House will
in his line.
Bayard boom, ami th»’ Sherman boom; but it
Board of Stalo Land Commiasiouera iu
ery instance, no necessity now exists for send f
Work lias been commenced at the Cayote aeconi]»anied by his family. Matt, proposes be used instead of Veit Schutz’ H ill, as pre
forward all notes upon which in’orei-t is
The Applegate carried off some »»f Ilobt. J.
ing abroad for anything in our line. We only
creek mines by the company now in pos | making this resort more popular than ever be- viously announced, and no a 1 mission fee will due for more than one year to the Clerk of
ask a trial.
¡Cameron's fence last week, but did no consid- that engrosses the attention of the people of session of them. The question of their ow I fore, and will spare no pains to this euil.
said Board at Salem, I hereby give notice to
Jackson county at ¡»resent.
all persons knowing themselves thus in
1 erable damage.
A P leasant A ffair .—Considerable im
debted to come forward at once and make
There is a great»leinand in this market at in favor of the above company, will ag»in
The late storm did the Canyon roa»l consid
payment, as I must make a statement of
provement was noticeable in the programme
shooting-match at E. W. Gragg’s place in such delinquencies by the last ot the year
present for good bacon at a fair price, an»l yet come up on appeal to the Supreme Court.
presented at the session of the Ixigion of Honor erable damage, which is now being repaired as
: county, returned from Nevivla recently. He Sam’s Valley ou Christinas day, when a fine and also foiward said notes. The forced pay
the supply is inadequate. This is hardly a
Frank Ennis, superintendent of the Ster
last Friday evening, both in its quality and fast as possible.
ment of the-e notes may’ be avoided by
first-class argument for the construction of the ling mine, last Monday informed us that pr<>[M»ses leaving for Llaho in the Spring, a.s beef an I other live-stock will l»e put up. A ■ prompt action in this matter.
Notwithstanding the inclement
Exchange your old school-ltooks liefore the
' also does J. G. Birdsey of Ceutral Point.
ball will l»e given at night, for which the best 1 I
Crescent ('ity wagon road.
piping would be commenced the following
»weather the (’ourt House was crowded, and i Sth of January, as regular rates will be charg-
music an»l supper w ill be provided. Tickets,
Treasurer of Jackson County, Oregon.
Byron Terrill, who started for the East
'those in attendance were agreeably entertained ed after that time.
Jacksonville, Dee. It), 1879.
§1. Mr. Gragg will spare no pains for the
business in this ¡»lace and removed to Apple everything is in the best sb a ¡»e for this sea cently with several thousand head of cattle
for a few hours. The literary exercises were
The measles have invaded Rock Point pre
purchased by buyers for that market in East-
SHERIFF S SALE
unusually excellent and the vocal and instru- cinct ami are also a common complaint in other gate. G. M. Coburn has taken charge of the i son's run. A handsome clean-up is antici
Oregon, writes that they are ranging in
,iiuc none behind, while the address portions of th« county.
Jackson creek was booming last week and In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
The Applegate Gravel Company was Oneida county, Idaho, for the Winter.
the best of accomuKslations.
». R. N. Bell imparted a zest to the
for tho county of Jackson.
away some of the breakwater in the
Fred. Otten has sold his resilience in this
J. W. Collins, who recently returned from a
Wm. Bylwe, Plaintiff, vs. Wm. Irwin and
There is about four feet of snow on the Cas- obliged to suspend piping on account of a
at was fully appreciated. To lie in-
Isaac Irwin, Defendants.
place, on the banks of Daisy creek, to Wm.
slide in the ditch. It will be ten days be- visit to Josephine county, is seriously of the lower end of tow n and a ¡»ortion of the valley
cailes, but Phillips continues to make regular
rould lie tedious; so, to be brief and ex-
Y’ VIRTUE (IF A JUDGMENT AND
Ulrich for the sum of §414.
fore the damage done can be repaired, opinion that a grand mistake is made in at road. The bridges on Oregon street also had a
trips notwitlistamling. The l»est aceotninoila-
decree of the above named court, in the
, we will conclude the critic's report
Superinter ’ant Fitzpatrick was making tributing so mtn’ll ¡>oor soil to that section. He narrow cscajie from living floated away. i
entitled suit, and an execution issued
ig that the entertainment was among
considerabi headway when the accident is led to this belief by seeing cornstalks four Street Commissioner Y’»»nng has been busily out of the sai<! t'ircnit Court in pursuance
1 Jacksonville has been favored with land than it dul in this vicinity. It was five which is why it is so ¡«»¡»ular.
engaged in repairing tbe damage »lone, so that thereof and to me directed and delivered,
teen feet high, the first ear
inches deep there Monday.
the public will not be discommoded to any for tbe sum ot $liS8.23and accruing interest,
J. H. Hurter, Clerk of this school district,
The prospects for a good run were never from the ground.
ami the further sum of §31.71 costs, I have
A bout an O rgan .—The organ pur-
levied upon the followingdescrilied proper
Commissions have arrived I at headquarters
ot Wm. Irwin, one of said defendants,
with the proceeds of a series of con- Meadows, will soon l»e rea»ly for business, approved the assessment roll submitted by him jubilant. There is an abundanco of water
Rear crock raised to such an exteut last
promoting First Lieutenant E K. W. Stone, 21st
and that he will commence the collection of
given under the auspices of the with Thurston T. Thomas as Nasby.
everywhere and it promises to hold out infantry, who was stationed at this place din week that a considerable strip of land this side
Forty acres of mining ground, 20 acres of
Not! ing could make a more suitable Christ the school tax immediately.
; ladies of Jacksonville last March is in
which w< r • formerly known as the mining
well. That a much larger amount ot gold-
ing the Modoc war, to Captaiu, in the place of
ery and promises to furnish * delicate mas present than some of those elegant visiting
So great was the volume of water in some of dust will be taken out this season than tor
safety of the road nearby endangered. Super claim of John Yokum, lying at'tlie mouth
of Hog creek and bordering on Rogue
of law. T. G. Reames, C. C. Beekman
the larger streams, ami so swiftly did it run, several years past seems highly probable.
visor Philips is empowered by statute to col river; the other 20 acres lying immediately
£. D. Foudray were appointed custodians
A bridge across Foot’s creek is thought to that huge trees were swept down before tho
Capt. Ankeny paid the Sterling mine a
lect additional road tax enough from the citi north and adjoining the aforesaid riescril»ed
e lustrumcnt and it is now in their charge be necessary and the contract for its construc angry current, threatening direst destruction visit Friday and left the following day for liams, 21st infantry, to First Lieutenant, vice zens of Ashland district to nqi.ur the damage claim, sail! claim lying between the J.
Stone promoted, with station at Fort Lapwai. done and he will proceed to do so at once.
Ram»ey ami the Simon McCallister claim;
ling the liquidation of a lialauce due and I tion may be let soon by that road district.
as they dashed madly on to the sea.
i Galiee creek, where he is also largely in
also 20 acres of mining ground know n as
Our talented young friend, Geo. E. Cham
fit charges upon it, amounting in all to
Simon McCallister claim end lying
11. F. Phillips, as will be seen by advertise terested in gravel diggiugs. Ho will re
The property and stock of H. V’. Green, a
Our cotemporary hears that some of those the
immediately east of the foregoing described
jt §79. It was specified by the ladies Canyonville merchant, were attached last week ment elsewhere, offers for sale his place, situa main in this section during the greater por berlain of Albany, who has officiated as chief
deputy in the Clerk's office of Linn county for who signed the temperance pledge have violated 20 acres. Also the water privilege of Hug
aging the concerts that the organ should by Portland creditors for the sum of §2,1 IS.
ted four miles from Jacksonville and contain tion of the Winter and look after his mines.
I creek belonging to said mining ground and
The Captain is irrepressible and deserving several years past, has entered the practice of it when none were there to see. This isdepre- known as tho water right formerly owned
»resented to the Union Sunday School; but
Bybee’s race-track will be put in the best ing 320 acres of laml, well improve» 1. H ere is of success.
law with L. Flinn of that ¡dace. J. H. Hack cable in ahi’ll degree. Those who deliberately by Fink A Gaziev, and l»v them conveyed
> constitutes this organization seems to lie
possible condition f»»r the Christmas races, for an opportunity for some oue desiring a good
leman, Hon. A. H. Brown’s efficient assistant forfeit their plighted word are tit subjects for to said Wm. Irwin; all of said described
mooted question. The members of the
F. M. Parker found an excellent pros
property being in Josephine county, Ore
which quite a number of horses are training.
his term as State Treasurer, succeeds commiseration and, in thus losing tiioir sclf- gon. And on
E. Church have taken steps in the matter I
John Martin, through his agent, A. W.
The Masonic building at Ashlaml is rapidly
Mr. Chamberlain. We wish George the full-
i agree to ¡»ay off the indebtedness in case
Willow Springs district. As high as twen
Monday, the 19th day of Jnimary, 1HSO,
est measure of success.
It is nearly three months until the munici
v are alloweil to assume aMMsession of the nearing completion. Dr. Chitwood's stock of
in. What the upshot will be must hereaf- goods will occupy one of the lower apartments. remove the alleged obstructions on Valley as there is a large area of ground contigu
pal election transpires, yet candidates for Mar at tho hour ot 1 o’clock p. m ., at the Court
House door in the town of Kerbvville, Jose
street, claiming that he has a deed to the laml
ounty C ommissioners ' C ourt . The
shal are as thick as flies in Summer time and phine county,Oregon, 1 will sei! the herein«
The streams in Josephine county were so
ous, Frank may be the possessor ot a full-
already busy themselves in inqiortuning the before described real properly at public
I igh W ater in O regon .—Thus. T. Mc- high last week that Bob Garrett was delayed a
fledged bonanza. Work has been commenc
lier term of this Court:
imbued auction for cash in hand to the highest bid
ed at the point prospected.
nzie and A. O. Eekelson returned from day w ith the mails. He made every trip, how
Officers present: lion. Silas J. Day, County w ith the beauty of the adage that “the ! early der to satisfy said writ, w ith accruing costs.
rtlaud Tuesday, having been en route for ever.
The Roseburg “Star” informs us that E. Jud’*e; E. K. Anderson and ('. Magruder, bird Catches the worm.”
Sheriff of Josephine county, Oregon.
irly a week. The latter informs us that
The high water of last week sadly demor
Dated thisOtb day of December, 1X79.
W. C. Miller was ap|M»inted .Sujiervisor of
?g<»n is almost afloat, the recent rains having alized T. T. McKenzie’s mill-dam, and it will in or»ler to gravel the remainder of that un Battle Bar, Rogue river, where they are
Wc hope that none will l»e so unmindful of
sed the streams to an alarming extent with be some days liefore the damage can be re fathomable quagmire and to a greater width the owners of some rich gravel mines. Road District No. 35, vice Daniel Hopkin», the best interests of Jackson county as to neg
than was the portion improved a few months
isiderable damage resulting. The railroad
These gentlemen recently purchased the
Jas. McDougall was awarded the contract lect to do what lies in their power for the
was undermined in places, which caused
ditches of DutcJi Henry, which gives them for building a bridge across Birdsey creek, at Crescent City Wagon Road. If we let this
The “College Ceroma” and “Catholia Senti
The snow afforded the hoodlums ample op- a fine water privilege, and they intend put $«20.
ne delay, and at Cabin creek, about thirty
matter go by default now it may lie too late
nel” are waging a fierce religious discussion. portunity to exhibit the meanness with which tingin a h vdraulic and Little Giant soon.
Bills to a considerable amount were audited. to resurrect it m the future. Now is the time
les north of Roseburg, the bridge was totally
Both sides seem to be making the most of several are lilierally endowed, some seeming to
for immediate action.
moralized au»l must be replaced. The Wil
Superintendent Klippel of the Sqtuw
R eal E state T ransactions .—The following
mette river waa still raising when they left
Lake mines was in town last week and
I mportant N otice .- All those knowing them
The waters have receded and the various ably going about their business with balls of reports work progressing satisfactorily. The deeds have been recorded in thet ounty Clerk s
„1 the wmst was feared. The Unq»qua valley
almost solid ice.
selves indebted to Kahler & Bro. should come
extension to the main ditch was completed
» also inundated te a great degree, bridges streams are passable, though they are still
Ashlaml Lodge No. 45, I. O. O. F., has sooner and at less expense than was anticl-
S. W. VVrijht to H. F. Phillips, 320 acres ami settle with me St once, as the accounts
ing wrecked and other property endangered.
elected the following officers for the new term: pated and there seems to be no danger ap in Jacksonville precinct. Consideration, $3,- have been turned over to me and must lie set
i O m renowned roads alone remained uuharin- several mouths.
tled by January 1st, 1880.
A. D. Helman, N. G.; I. 0. Miller. V. G ; K. I prehended from the slides so numerous last 500.
J. L. Wilder of Wilderville will give a ball
E. Emery and John Daley to A. J. Daley,
R obt . K ahler .
it being impossible for them to become
Del’eatt, R. S.; P. L. Fountain, F. S.
S. ; E.
California Street, Jacksonville.
rae than they were before the freshet. It at his place on New Year's night, and a fine I Farlow, T.; A. D. Helman, E. J. Farlow and Winter. He fully expected to commence real estate m Eagle Point. Consideration, §50.
piping this week.
F. Otten to Wm. Ulrich, property in Jack
oliday A nnouncement . — Intending to
1 thus be observed that the storms which time may l»e expected, for Joe knows how to E. Del’eatt, Trustees.
sonville. Consideration, $414.
stay here I cannot afford to sell for cost, but
vaileil here last week extended several hun- please the public.
F. Helier to G. W. Stephenson, 80 acres iu
The prospective construction of the Cres
The “Star” says Josephine county paid
will do the next thing to it. The largest stock nil IE PROPRIETOR TAKES PLEAS-
d miles north and were even more severe
1 lire in announcing that he has just
Young Briner of Phienix, who was hurt a §934.88—or is going to—in the case of State cent City Wagon Koad and the persistent agi Jacksonville precinct. Consideration, §200.
of toys and holiday goods cheaper than the opened out a line and well assorted stock of
It was at one time feared that the scenes short time since w hile wrestling, is very low
F. B reckknfield .
vs. J. J. Moore, transferred to Douglas county tation of the road question by the local press
holiday goods,comprising toys »»lull kinds,
The Jacksonville district school commenced cheapest.
S$2 would be re-enacted; but we were happi-
notions, elegant Cbiistmas presents, plain
.par»«! the infliction.
for trial. The crime involve»! the stealing of
its second term last Monday with an attend
Christmas and New Year's toys, etc. worth and fancy candies, tr< e ornaments, tobac-
two hogs. Five hnmlred dollars is evidently county, for they see in the loss of this section’s ance of 240 scholars, which is constantly in
for $1; worth $1 for 50c.; worth 50c. for eos, cigars, etc., which will be sold at the
’ E Cflmm M eeting .—At a called meet-
Jasper Houck of Ashland is making ar a g»M»d price for a hog.
trade financial depression they cannot bear up creasing. The school will l»e under the man
12Ac. at tiie New Y’ork Store.
U)tVl><T RATES EVER HEARD OF ! I
of tho members and friends of the M, E. rangements for a grand ball at his hall on New
The report that a son of C. Schieffelin of under. The Roseburg papers are also strenu agement of the same efficient corps of teachers I
irch of Jacksonvillo. held at the residence Year's eve, which will no doubt be one of the Rogue river, who had recently returned from ously advocating the improvement of roads be previously in charge. Last quarter’s rate-hill
Six ¡»oundsof relined sugar for $1 at the New I Gtve me a call at G. W. Elliott’a store,
ami see for yourselt. JAKE MARCUSE.
Arizona, was stricken with small-pox proved tween that place and this, with fair prospects will also obtain. Jacksonville enjoys the lux Y’ork Store.
fra. McCully on Saturday, Deoemlier 6th, i i events of tbe season.
object of the meeting was stated to l»e to
Jas. Drum has one of the finest assortments to be unfounded, as we surmised. He is fast of success.
ury of possessing one of the best regulated
M rs . J ones —Dear Mrs. Smith, iny Mary i
ways and means to raise funds to liqui- of ¡»lain and fancy candies ever brought to recovering from an attack <»i the measles ami
in the State.
Ann is taken down with a violent ¡»ain in JOHN 1». CARTER & SON,
Three »lays steady rain last week raised
the wflebtedneM on the organ purchased Southern Oregon. His holiday stock is not to
her stomach, ami I have nothing in the
Mass will not be hel»l at the Catholic Church some of the streams higher tlmn they have
Snow fell to quite a depth on Sunday and house to give her. Will you Jet me have a
he M. E- Church. The meeting organised l»e excelled anywhere.
been since 1862. Foot-logs have generally dis- still lingers on the hills, though the valley it little ot your Frese’s Hamburg Tea, ami 1
ailing ou Rev. D. A. Crowell to act as
The team Jack Montgomery was driving
apjH*ared and some of the ferries lia.l a narrow self is not entirely free from it. It nas l»eeii will buy some ami pay you back the first
time I go into town. .Vrs, Smith— Dear
rnian and Mnu» Issie McCully as Secretary, Saturday indulged in a runaway, spilling out ly state»! by our cotemporary; but at five
from drift-wood whi^li floated down in many years since we were visited with a snow Mrs. Jones, 1 would gladly accommodate
motion, a committee of three was appoiut- the occupants of the wagon, but fortunately o’clock A. M. andat almost every hour afterward »
E ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
but 1 have only’ a very little left. I
all kinds of Painting, including
until half-past ten a . m . Preparations for the immense quantities. The cable of Bybee's storm thus early iu the season and this may you,
ousisting of A.lani Klippel and Misses with no serious results.
ferry across Rogue river was cut in order to forebode a rigorous Winter. No particular regtel very much to retuse you, but really
e Howard and Ida Daaforth, whose duty
I cannot afford to be without Frese’a Ham HOUSE PAINTING,
Wm. and Walter Ruble have filed their hind
Al. McKenzie informs us that the Applegate save the I »oat-. A« far as we can learn no great damage ami some benefit has resulted there burg Tea in the house. Go and ask Mrs,
all be to w*»L on the custodians of
in an appeal case of the Cayote creek mining raised twelve feat in four hours one day last damage resulted anywhere, however.
from; but any amount of rejietitioii may ¡»rove Robinson.
,rgan and notify them that the church
suit to the Supreme Court, with Johu C. Allen week, and backed up into the Applegate Grav-1
the indebtedness and receive the of Polk county as bondsman.
G ermin C alendar for 18M0.—We have a
Many’ persons suffer for years with pains
el Company’s flumes so as to endanger their few copiesof "Der Hinkende Bote in Amerika,”
„ church property, and report at the I
General Grant is at present in Chicago, and aches which they mistakingly call
Ashland is taking steps toward the institu safety. It was only through the most strenu
a first-class calendar, for sale. Those of our where he is the guest of the members of the Rheumatism; but which are caused bv a WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING,
nrtioi th* rtx'ng of the <Uy and datC °f tion of a public library association, with fair ous efforts that they were saved.
German citizens desiring a copy will apply at Academy of Design. It is said he thinks of defective action of the Kidneys. No out*
AU STYLES OF BRAINING DONE.
prospects of success.. This is an excellent en-
We acknowledge the receipt of a compli
ward application will cure thin, blit the seat
,pose«i entertainment was postponed teqirise and should succeed.
I mentary ticket to the Ixill that will I hj given at
of the disease must Im reached by internal
Orders from the country promptly attend»
^report of tha committee is received.
remedies. The Oregon Kidney Tea has ed to.
try some of Dillon's unexcelled whisky.
etion,the meeting adjourned to meet
cured many such eases, and is the best, pur
A A. M., <»u Christmas eve. The occasion > Store.
est and simplest remedy known, being DOR MINING BLANKS GO THE TIMES
Wednesday evening, December notes and blanks for Justices of the Peace al promises to l»e a most pleasaut one, fur nothing
strictly vegetable, uncombined with hurtful F O ffice . I'opp’u Hand-book of Mining
A ¿ rovv KLL, Chra'n.
ways on hand at the T imes office. Orders from I
will be left undone fur its success.
[stund at the New York Store,
drugs or mineral poisons.
Liw always kept on band, Prie« $1 a vopv,
HOLIDAY GOODS I
S. F. CIGAR STORE