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"•-Jt-Maisa Meeting of the citizens of Jose
phine county will be held at Kerby ville on
the 11th day of August, at 10 o’clock a . si .,
for the purpose of devising waysand means
to build our portion of the Crescent City
Wagon Road, lo-wit:to the six-niile post.
Come one, come all. If we do not build
our six miles the balance of.the road will
not be built, We have every confidence in
C om mittee .
S taoe A ccident .—The stage from the south
waa several hours late yesterday on account
of an accident th^>n>efell it shortly after leav
ing Reading. rJhe team ran away ami injured
a lady pasdCnger dangerously, and perhaps
R ial E state T kansactioss .—The followin r
deeds havelieun recorded in the County Clerk «
office since the last issue of the T imes :
Jos. Wetterer, administrator of the estate of
John D. Meyer, deceased, to Adam Schmidt,
land in Jacksonville precinct. Consideiation,
L eg H i 'RT.—Jos. H. Hyzer, while engaged
in mining near Uniontown the other day, wm
unfortunate enough to have the ankle of his
right leg badly bruised by a boulder falling od
it with considerable force. His injuries are not
serums, but sufficient to incapacitate him for
R eligious .—Archbishop Seghers will not iiol!
services at the Catholic Church on Sunday
next, both morning and evening.... Ehler
Martin Peterson preaches at Eagle Point next
Sundav morning.... Rev. M. A. Williams is an
nounced to preach at this place on Sunday at 11
o’clock A. M.
Geo. W. Holt and .1 acob Schmidt ling hax e
‘‘Dick of Big Butte sends us the following :
completed the foundation of Kahler s new W. II. Parker lias repair«! the Severance saw
mill and will - juu have tirst-class lumber for
brick building, which is a substantial one.
Harvest is at its height.
Henrv Pape, County Treasurer, has fitted market. The Steam mill is running on full
Give Jake Marcuse a call.
up a neat office in the rear of his place of busi time and turning out more good lumber than
Now for the C.
ness, with the entrance on Oregon street.
Read the new advertisements
R. Koehler, r»f the 0. A C. R. R., has sub
One of the hand« employed at the Pi .’ Butte
The steam mill is receiving grain.
■'VJO of the S ».090 required for the
Mills cut his leg quite severely with r.n adz
Mountain parties are being formed.
improvement of the roads south of Roseburg.
the other day. We did not learn his nr.nie.
Our Oregon brethren are waking up to the un
C. of H. badges at the T jmks office.
Josephine county is taking a lively interest
port.mce ot keeping the goose that lays tile
The atmosphere is becoming clearer.
in the (4. C. W. R. So is Del Norte. Now let
Dr. Coon is expected here on the 12th.
Jackson county speak in no uncertain sounds.
J. S. Howard proposestc co«.c< ir.ti.once
Judge W illis has returned to Roseburg.
Since the late storms verdure ha«
improvement of his buildiug on Calito.
ma le its appearance in sp. t on the I
Beautiful calling cards at the T imes ot’i -e.
street, noxx’ oecup>ed by John Wolters
Flour is worth $27 50 a thousand at Yreka. nunilier of sheep could find sustenance
’’■'ger A N’ i nsor. He xvill "pen out a
s’... k oi general mcie'uaudise in it in the co?
The Eagle Brewery has a new brewer.
heax’ens for a moment 5i«t I . ..lax m?
of several xxeeks.
The C. C. W. R. is the absorbing topic now-
was a beautiful si
of Hancock ¿ l'.ngl..-li xxill be
of our editorial co’umns.
A large band of goats passed through town
apjiar-nt that flit? peo-
1 States w ill have iiiie-looking,
Goucher is President. Keep t :C
Threshing machines and benders are busy
to preside over their destini. .<
Jas. Herd has diseovere 1 his calico-colored
horse recently advertised for in the T imes .
Heavy tires are raging in the vicinity of
There is undoubtedly nothing like advertising.
J. B. Thomas offers his saw-mill at the
The pl asure party which has been spending Meadows for sale. The mill is a lirst-elass one,
K. 1‘. Pickens of Table Rock is building a several days in the vicinity’ of Squaw Lake, with plenty of timber near at hand and a good
VI it It their market for the sale of lumber. Those desiring
returned home Friday,
E. F. Walker will build a neat residence in trip.
a barg iin will do well to consult I hoimi' a
Ashland this Fall.
l’eames Br»«. are h:
a pop’ll etion <>f 2,1 !3,
W. J. Plvimde is kept busy supplying the v.alk constructed in fr
■q’ 34 InlianR and
public with h\eiy.
est 11 >1 isli:ueut. (lei». I
■-e. Of those l.G'H»
New poles are being put up in places by the xvork.
l<«. Sixty-four are
W. U. Telegraph C'u.
< leo. i. W. ( rv-ta'i last week shoxved ns an ear
112 under 21 year.«,
Several articles of interest cre unavoidably of corn upon winch some will-developed grains
crowded out of this issue.
of barley were growing. It was quite a euri-
Farmer Amy of Mmzatiita precinct is build osity.
ing a commodious granary.
Henry Ammerman, w
Cunningham & Goucher haxe established a finest bands of sheep in
9,2‘'M pounds of superior
lumber yard at Foot s creek.
J. J. Lathrop is constructing a residence iu season.
M >re b'Ciut'.ful ornaments for the roof of the
the southern portion of town.
Presbyterian church have just b'-.-n man-
The Hmcock A' English club of this place
u’acturtd by A. lì. Ma.eg!y at Kubii's estab
will kohl another meeting soon.
The new bridges the county is Imilding «re
progressing tcxx irds completion.
R uxawat .—The team of G. W. Isaacs of
Little Butte ran away one day recently, dam
aging the harness and wagon somewhat. Mrs.
Isaacs was in the vehicle when the team start
J. N. 1’erwilliger of Ashland is painting the
ed and in getting out was rather severely hurt.
Episcopal church at Yreka.
Her injuries are fortunately not serious and
she is now improving rapidly.
Better than a letter to your friends in the
East- The I imi -> sent regularly,
D eparted this L ife .—The remains of the
Jacheonvin.' i’ growingstea.lily, the demand o
late Mrs. D. A. Crowell were interred in the
4 ity Cemetery yesterday. The funeral services for dwelling-houses Is ing unabated.
C ontract L et . The County Commission-
era this week let the contract for keeping the
county poor to Madame Holt for the term of
two years, at
a year. The follow ing
bids were received: / Adam Klippel, one year,
$2,3:H1; two years, $2, ’,250 a year. J. R. Neil,
one year, $1,'J1^. A. M. I terry, one year.
S3.150. l‘r. Danforth, $1,950. Win. Moore,
Sl,9«>5. Jane Holt, one year, Sl.'JOO; two
years. ¿1,800 a year.
n of i he
’ .‘ liable
arra» g a
I1T storili an
W agon R oad M eeting . A considerable
number of citiz. >ns in st at the Court House
Saturday afternoon to hear the report of tin
committee represent! ii ig Jackson county'at the
meeting at Waldo, an I also that of Surveyor
Howard, C. C. B-vkman was called to the
chair and E. I». Fetid ray chosen secretary.
The substance of the re|>orts will be found in
the account of the Waldo meeting, appearing
elsewhere. Mr. Nnnan presented the follow
ing financial report, which was approved: lie
ceipts—Cash collected, $140 50; county appro
priation, $420. Total, $5iiti 50. Expendi
tures—J. S. Howard, survey. $4l4; expense o!
Committee's trip to Waldo, $2t> 50; printinc
circulars, ?3; ringing bell, $2. Total, $415 50.
Balance in hands of Reames Bros., treasurers,
|I21. Several gentlemen offered their views
ujh 'H the subject and it was decided to submit
a propositi«.n to the »’ounty Commissioners to
levy a tax to raise the leipiiied $.’»,000.
AHEAD AS USUAL!!
of Uniontown is very oHico. He is lode and lie irty and prospering,
which his many friends will 1 >e pleased to hear.
o Portland y esterday,
of Ashland has re-
John \li-i< •• retnrnad from San Francisco
w» ru in
!a«t Sutt'ida/. While, at the Bay City he
Henry ’’ens.-r has returned iron Sat* Fran laid in a compie' - ami tirst-cl ;ss assortment
•if goods in his line and
cisco, content to remain here.
ire not kt
by him. Mr.
( iri«. Slade of Ashland is nor.* stationed at Miller expects
pects to <n upy the apartment now
lud 'e A Nunaii s establishineut.
nsml by J. >. Howard when his new goods
Mrs. I.. Ilerliugreturn“ ! from S m Francisco arrive.
Saturd ay’, much improved in health.
J. W. Manning has returned from Linkvillc
Mi -« Sophie Wen -er ot (.'rescent ( ity is pay tnd says that lively times arc ••xpected in Lake
ing Mrs. .1. Houck of V bland a visit.
■ounty this l ull, « ’attic buyers are already
Rev. Mr. ( romer, ajont of the Bible .Society, irrixing, and a huge number of i»eef cattle will
:s canvassing Jackson county at present.
he sent to market at good prices. It is in the
Asa Harker, of tin- well-known San Francisco hiture that last \\ inter s loss will lie felt
G31TESAL lŒaHAFDISI !•!
heavily, as cow s suffered most and the increase
linn oi l al'.ir, Harker A Co., is iu tow n.
last Spring was very small.
P. Britt, accompanied by his son .and
laughter, started tor the ('oast on Monday last.
R. ■V. J. R. N. Bell, Presiding Elder of this
Considerable prospecting is being done.
district, xvill arrive in Jackson county this
Fisher A Bybee have two hands employ I
TO SELECT FROM IX
od in comple ing their ditch to the big bar
Geo. B. Dorris returned to Eugene City of Rogue river.
rue'day, but his family w ill remain sometime
W. A. Johnson, an experienced miner, is Any Ono Store in Southern
xrorking in qtvirlzin «»rant’s Pass precinct,
Oregon or Northern
1‘er« ex:- ct- to remove to Ashland with fair prospects.
lie will establish a bakery in Myer's
Roti'ii .V M'irden, in the Willow Springs
district, h ive their arisfra in ojierati >n anti
been appointed are grinding some excellent rock.
The Applegate Grtvel Company’s dig
gings are under xvay again and running on
lull tune. Geo. Beitli is superintendent.
DVR STOCK CONSISTS OF
kner and Jas. Burn « are pros-
poet mg on Missiuri Flat, in Josephine
1 have xti U'',< sumo good pros-
. t \. ! i
S ‘tni ir'hA i >. »nd Kbdn'mtninor A Co.,
on Stei l i>z creek, are stiil eng iged in clean
ing be Iroi’k and will not be thiongh for LADIES’ DRESS GOODS, CASHMERES
AND ¡»¡ACONALS. SILKS AND
SA I INS, BOOTS A SHOES,
•IK of A«’l i ■ i
sent at th ■ xx a
Ever Known in a Regolar Business,
ALL FOB. CASH!!
H'lh. on ii
y b •
v. ithoiit son
♦ ’ i
•utlulu-, cnd.iugi riu . and
LADIES’ 3A'J’3?.:r.\-MA3E CLOAKS
d .< V vf
or L ike county Tues-
g party. He will be
of the wa.on r»»ad
\ V i
up to the ax er-
♦ \uo dav
i' i • i r
The town cl Gardiner, Douglas county, w s
RTS did I
destroyed by tile on the 23.ii ult. Los.', S.>0,- t rar
k * »!
Major Barron has started a butcher shop af
Ashland. Ed. Barrou and Mr. 1 »van are man
'I lie party representing I'el Norte rr»un1 \
did not arrive at Crescent ( ity nnri; la
■. lovgh .¡nd tl"_‘
Dr. Jack«on recently brought a number of
curiosities from ( 'rescent « ity, inulcding some
» n ■ur da mag.
i V .1 I ’
1 by the
1’1.• .1 the
i « a . cru
ic C. <
i r. «»r
t ! .
count ; >r t'n
«iav, informs u
Knighton killed a hu.e elk there
is rarely that these animals are
down as this.
I: I» •
—Assessor Goddard has
assessment "I the county
book immediately. 1 In
i will sit on September
r »rs or repair any giiev-
it >K s
X \v 1 ! 1
ifu A ill
le and wife of Fort Col-
It \ .mcotiver and may be ex -
t ion fetore long.
Lobt. Westrop oi Sam's va’.h-y is now en-
K aider's n. xx house,
the brush and xxill do a
I I m * bh» i
a ii I eruption's
ing ulcers to
T hi : F”T. lv of F ollii «.—M’-nv perwn*
aro aecii'.'iino l lodi'-regard all s .gt’'X’lop
loni'<>f d’sei-e. saying, “Let it g » ns it
caine.*’ But xviien one leol':he-y;o|.t<iin -
of Kidnex’ Disease—sueh as-pniu in the back
and Joins, palpitation, urinary derange-
in» nt, etc.—to neglec' them ¡« I'lef.’lly . i
fnlii--. Kidney. Bin Ider, l.ixer u.d 1 ri-
narv ('..mi la nt« ar* always liable to end
in» tor ! hciii
latal’v it neiliec e-l. 1 he >i
. s I i 1 ’ N i S »' i 1. ,M E D Y. 11 I . < a- ¡\ ixi ¡ipy
1 no VIII : t • III
and Livei Mo I ■•'.lie. I O' l
... n •. . .
r it iti > 1 >»
or form <>t Kidney D im > i
S »¡.j o v ail
G. K .rewski in another eoluuiu give1
m tice that he has «.son feet of hydraulic
pipe ami a first-<*las.« Oiaiit lor sale. Read
Ins advertisement ami give him s call.
Capt. A. 1 ’. Ankeny, of Portland, the en-
ergotic Cap' lalisi, bis been looking after
hi> mining ini crests in Ins setiou during
tin' past xvin'lt. Ifi! seems xvcll pleased
wi. h the prospects.
W. IL Benner b is purchase 1 the princi-
pal intnre t in 'he (’entcnnial mine near
W-P’oxx S- • ’ »s fid will return from the
Willamc'te in a fexx- duvs to commune»*
preparations for Winter.
• •1’N xxill find .a foil lino of mining
blanks, print 1 after the lnlest and best
form«, or nan i at the T imes oflic/i. A Iso a
dtp: x of (‘.'ipn's H ui i-book of M ining
I. iw •tan da rd authority.
.1. Thornlvke. foro man of flic English
I om; a;iv’s mine it < r I ice ere. k, was in
I oxx ii t bis week. fi om xvlioin xv<- loi’rn that
■leaiiing of liedroek is s'.ill going on Manv
ot the creek miners hax e enoitgh waiar for
ground ‘dtiieing as yut.
Prof. Scott brought Sehnmpf A Co.’s force
pmnp from Roselmrg Ibis week ami it is
noxx boing pm up at thè Roekfellow qnartz
ied-je in W’iil'jxx spriugs district. It has
cou-ideiable ci| :i,-itx and i- expocted t<»
keep tl'i sbafi free freni water.
Noi l< i :.
G< n. E I.
For Hie next fhirfv days commencing
August 1st, H.illon.i. ii Bio» of Roseburg
will sell the following lisi of goods at v tv
low price : A full line of ijiioonsware,
<;! ■ xxi' iI-«. Lamp'«, P. it< d •'astors. Stone
», coin- Jars. < 'burns, J ng<, Pol s, M ison l-'rutt Jar-,
A number of \
M.-V’r, ltifani’s (’hairs. Baskets, Brooms. <'oal • >il.
prising John ai i
Lard Oil < ’a<ior < >il, China Nut Oil. etc.,
I ri d. Drake, ( orlies Merritt and Ed. Barron Soaps, Sy up. < audios. Lard. Flour. Canned
< foods, S ll dll'cs, Oysfers, «’otTeu, Ten, Sal-
were in town Sunday.
era'iis. Blueing, Beaux, starch. 11 ickorv
L. Leonard of Josephine county
Axe and Pick Iielvci «. Cigars and Iobacco.
Cali and be convinced.
through town last week with a number
horses. Mr. Leonard also has one of the best
Mortr popular than exer. 431,1<17 genuine
bands of cattle in I
“Singer'” sewing machines sold in 1872, be
Mrs. D. P. Thompson .and d.auditer, who
hav In- i vi-itmg relatives in Like eomitv
tarried m .’a. k>"ii\die a tew days this week,
leaving for Portland Wednesday.
John Mcponmll, xx ho has been receivin'?
treatment at San Franei «•n, returned home
V. W o are pleased to lc.ieti that
his eve is improving and xvill recce» r :t- .«igiit.
\ ' 1]
Th? O'fferenee in r»ur favor in one year’:
frei 2I1 bills xx. uki amount to several times t!i<
L. Herling of Poorman’s creek has received amount required.of Jackson county in the
a set of gunsmith's tools. He is a first-das’ construction of the (’.(’. V, . R. Tvo road'
workman and will give lull satisfaction.
over which freighting coni 1 l„; J .ue would
r. ver put a quietus on extortionate charges.
The programme of the Pioneer Reunion
il"»ie ««1« ¡lid be an ■»!<•* »»I i» >• i. .»• t be i’U-
soon I m 1 ;■ ibb.-ii»?'«. Tb*s event x-il! ' it p|
. U k I’U«'llliv til’ll ’ ’I tiiC
.li JacÀ^vu» lilc vii the 1 llii t>! next inoulti.
C. V. Sini
drove stage on the Sacra-
mento river rout f r inn iv year«,
Shasta county, Cal.,
caines, while fishing ;
ay, fell into the <tt
narrow ly escap'd drowning. Noone
and she regained the sb >re xvith the
willow glowing oil the bank.
Mark VanWinkle, horseshoT forth.
Stage <'■».« was kicked on the left
fractions horse at Ph.inux last. 1 ue.
Thatcher A Word n of Linkvillc have secured now navigates with tho aid ot crutch»
the contract for transporting government sup
plies to Fort Klamath.
oilers his farm n
Thomas Chavncr, as wdl bo seen by notice
tice of which will
elsewhere, will pay 3ie. cash per pound foi
columns. It is a
thirty two-year-old hogs.
cheap, lb’will al
A large stock of the best fruit cans may 1»»’
found at Edger’s lrirdxx are store, which w ill be
Onr eotem. suggests that
sold cheaper than the cheapest.
heard from in the right dir
No person wh»» has his own intere ts .an 1 next November. For owe h
t’msv of his neighbor at heart will neglect to
-te" county xvill give Ham"
ma '.irity n
do his best for the <'. I'. M. R.
November, let it m>t be for/ ttv ii.
L. Van 'c of Wilderville has lately received
Wm. Mt 'i-or has rented t!
a tine assortment of new g<»>
ly occupied by (.. \\ . ldliott and null immedi
them at astonishingly low rat
ately open out a first-e! iss stock of general
IL M. Adams has lost a dun-colored marc, mer hand'se there. Look-out forliis new a I-
ami in another column off; rs a liberal reward vertisement, for \\ dlie means business.
for her recovery. Read his notice.
Jos. Swingle purclui'i’d the property belont
ing to the heirs of Jackson Rader, d-ee.istd.
sold at guardian's sale boinetinie since.
Wm. Patterson offers his half interest in s pected.
saw-mill oil Ashland creek for sale. For fur
tiier particulars see his advertisement.
A. S. Jacobs of Ashland, accompanied l»y a
son and -I. B. Riis.-cll, have gone to Alod.oc
.■minty to .1.» some stouo-entting.
r • .
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
Ex-Chief Justice Hays is about c<m tiuotin. ein its w i
another dw elliug-hoii-e for rent, at Rock Point.
icuin h is »-l irte 1 a
John Mueller is noxv chief brewer for Veit
Schutz and is manufacturing exce’leiit beer.
B. W. Huston informs us that A. D. Heald
of Foots creek has sold his property to a Mr.
V.’m. Kreuzer has gone to Roseburg.
Dennis for $1,200. Mr. Heald departs for th« T. O. REAMES
E. K. REAMES.
0. S’dirotcr of Reading is buying hides iu this Wil'ninetfe valley before long, tab ng his fam
ily with h in, something we are loth to see, as
section at present.
is anoldand respected citizen of this county.
■I. «'. ’i\ ’man, Jr., is in Eastern Oregon with
Prof. L. !.. Rogers of Ashland College, who
a surveying party.
been lecturing and looking after the in
.Miss Anna Bii -er has returned from visiting
terests of that institution of learning in Niski-
friends at Ashland.
voii county, Cal., has returned, well pleased
J. N. Hall of Douglas zounty is visiting rel
with his trip. He expects that the College
atives in this valley.
w ill have a larger attendance than ever during
<1. W. Cranston, the miring expert, lins re- the coming year.
turned to Yreka, 4 al.
Our old friend Judge J. C. Tolm.in,$urveyor-
BY ADOPTING A
Charley Hanna IS tending fiume for the • General of Oregon, has l»eeu spending a few day s
Squaw Lake Ditch ( ’•».
ni tins sc •! < n on business connected with h's
1. X lightning.
Cap*. O. C. and Lucien P>. Applogate arc
each building a neat residence at l.mkville.
F rom J osephine C ovntv . Our Kirbyville
Correspondent, under date of tfitJd , writes:
Mrs. Hinton Miller, aged fk> years, has been
adjudged insane and started for the Asyl ii m
i»n the 1st in charge of N. Delamater and her
Th< “Illustrated W asp, publish-I at San
Last week a young man (son of Win. New
Francisco, is one of the most readable pap' is
man, living six miles south of Kerbyville) ac-
fcidently shot himself in the arm. breaking the
Cardwell is lM’tter prepared than ever to fur
hone. It is at present thought that amputa
the public with the I»ost Lr.ri.'outs of every
tion w ill I m ? averted, as he is doing well.
SrvxitEi.Y I n . h kei ».—S. D. VanDyke, livini
Dr. t'hitxvood and M. L. M -Call have re-
seven miles east of town, met with an accident reived a contract for surveying public laminin
last Saturday, which resti’ted rather seriously. Lake x ■ounty.
While on his xvay to Ashland, the breeching
The new Crcncont ('ity wagon road will b-
gave way while going down F-ear er«”k hill
only 3, , l'Hi feet above the level of the sea at its
and the spirited team pulled Mr. \ an Dyke
out of the wagon, bruising him severely. It
Justices of the Peace and ('oust ibles can tii
is feared that one of his hips is fractured.
a full a-sortim nt of the liece - ity blanks at
The lmrses ran on and wtre captured some
distance eway. Mr. VanDyke was found the T imes office.
For superior goods of every description at
shortly afterward and conveyed to his resilience,
to which he is still confined.
York Store a call.
C ame to G rief .- Some prowler about the
I’nllarhide A «'<». have made application to
premises of Cap|. Flye, engineer of Bybee's
the 4'onntv < oiirt to renew their lease of the
ferry, carried off a load of shot last Friday
Siskiyou toll road.
night. The Captain was awakened by the ad
W. P. Berry, an excellent mechanic, is con-
vent of the fellow into his sleeping apartment
and asked him what he wanted. Not reply «frui ting a neat residence for J. M.
ing, Flye reached for his shot-gun, which he of Manzanita precinct.
fired at the receding figure through the door
ami emptied the other barrel as it disappeared
around the corner of the house. Upon exam
ination next morning, traces of bloml were
found on the ground, and where the xvould-be
thief jumped over the fence bloody finger
marks were also noticeable, showing that one
of the shots h id taken effect. The tracks
•disappeared in the grass, and who the man
was, or whither he went, is as yet a mystery.
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**•*""■!**’■ • 'rj"! .iw
Spring and Slimmer Dry-Goods.
i v, :i
Blanks of every description at the '¡’ ime : of-
tiee. Also note, r ceipt and check books.
Arthur Pool is now eree i;g a txvo-stoiy bud 1-
ing, the upper portion of which will b, titled was held at I
upas a hall tor Eureka Council '■ \o. ■ •>, and the leg.
District Council will meet th»*re. Evt ervbodx’
is invited to attend the public exerci-es.
r jt Î
The Ashland Woolen Mills have stopped to
give the employees a brief respite Horn work.
The I »'«trict
Real! Bros, are expecting some n lative.
Umincil of the «’hampions of Honor will meet
from Illinois, who will arrive in a short time.
at Ea.le Point on the 27*h, and a fine tune is
Some of the talb
exjMicted. A picnic will pn-c<-do the-c xsion of
the Council and a party is also announced.
Rm igtoi ’ s A ppointments . —Rev. J. R. N
Bell, Presiding Ehler of this district, M 13
Church. South, has made the following ap
¡»ointments for August:
Second Sunday—Preaching of funeral se l’
mon of Mrs. Fredenburg at the residence of
Jos. Douden, Rogue river.
Third Sunday—Quarterly meeting at Browns-
Fourth Sunday Campmeeting at Williams
burg, Iteginuing the Thursday before.
•ners. by C. H.
i,;.... xx ho had
four C inn* V ( '.
r.--.t •i in a threshing i
; th c « 'p.s arc rather
took place at the M. E. Church, Rev. L. L
Davison's saxv-tnill on Anderson creek is
Rogers preaching an impressive sermon. Mrs. turning out a large amount of lumber.
4'rowel 1 had sullered long and death was in-
V’. JI. Atkinson <»f Ashland xvill probably
d?*'d a relief to her suffering spirit. She was build a haudsome residence this Fail.
greatly esteemed by those who knew her ami
her loss will I m ? generally deplored.
I in ail
AUGUST 9 1**0.
~^aa«fc3«easa^cf ,”iiL JiLt g^t.-uaL. c-
wr - •.
ing at the rateot 1.4’M machines each work
ing day, am’ an increase of 74,73'» over last
year's saies. Buy the best. Was1® nn
money on “cheap counterfeits." D. H.
Ariacd to the Teeth,
U’E CALL "TIE ATTENTION OF THE
t! ladies to the fact that vxc have now ot»'
hand the largest »ml l»e«t «elected assort-
meni of LA DI F.S’ DHFSS <JOODS and h AN-
i ’Y G< >1» ’»fex cry description in Southern
Oregon, and we will henceforth make thia
line of gixxls our specialty a»id sell them at
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
To the gentlemen we will way, it you
aaiit n No. : S’.' IT OF CL’ »THI> you mn«t
o> to |!;.onio Rro«. ‘o bnv it. a« weclaitn to
have the best STOCK OF CLOTHING in
lack'on n aihty and will allow noonetoun-
Those good' ’vere all purchased by a mem
ber of our firm from 1'1 RsTCLASS HOT’S-
l-.s ¡n San Francisco mid N ’«‘ A ork. and we
will Marrant every article and sell them
ch< t| or for cash than any house in county
We also keep on hand a full stock of
HA R DW A R E, CUT LER Y, G LASS W A R E,
FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS,’
Farm and Freight Wagons.
Plsw3, Gang Plows & Sulky Plowi.-
In fact everything from the finest need!«,
to a ilireshing-rnachine. Give us acall and
judge for yourselves as to our capacity of
furnishing goods as above.
Toe way io make money la to in Vo it. To
save it bitv cheap. To buy cheap pay CASH
for vour goods and buy of
MAKING YUUil PURCHASES
J. S. HOWARD’S
Is a very common oxpres-ion; Imt we think
tliai m im’d to o.nhf lli'li mi 1 pro'orve them
to a ii|'O <•' » ago is decidedly more appro
priate, I’liis can be done by keeping your-
Gen. T. G. Rtanies
’l -npulio l with i botilo of tlu’t splendid you WTl I, FIND THERE
Ja< k onville for several
J.-ntifru’o. Fra ¿rant SOZ'IDONT, which
he xx ill lay in a fine as-o
will lu?.tutifv tho teeth and preserve them
from tho ravages of »b:>’tx. SoZootlNi'
pl.tiiig his purchases <
contains no acids or gritty substances
which injure the enamel, bui is composed
< has. Hughes, Esq., o if Kerbvx ¡lie is Notary of rari'ami auti-eptic herbs, which have a I
boiioCH-ia: etfoct <>'i the whole economy of
Public and swears people xvithout pr< •of.an ity. the mouth. S.dd by di n ’gi'ta.
S ttint, I
— Plithi, Strijud n/tci
He also attends to all 1» gal bllsini entrusted
to his care with promptness ami accuracy.
I smv so iiiu>*h said about the merits of
I he Attorneyfener.al c.*n be relied upon.
NZt' ’/i«//. Ilojin'^tic Print», AH ¡he
Hop B rers, and my wife who was always
ih'nn'lx <>f Hosiery, lìliif^x,
K. Johnson of Crescent ('ity xx.as unable doctoring, and never well, teamed me so ur
Corsets, Liicrs, Emhroiil
a.tend the wagon road mwetingat this place gently <•» get her some, 1 concluded to he
I > iturd-y. as nnuoiinced, Iwing obliged t<>
erics, liil.tMins, Ritch
in less lb in t-wo m • iths’ use of the Bitters
o«r > in Fr.tmusc" upon his arrival hmne
itri/s, 11'tn ■ I ker
inv wife w i» cun l ani she has remained
ill look alter the road wade at the Bax so for eighteen ooliths sine*. 1 lik»s<i'*h
li il :n h Ur 4 ing. —11. 1’., St. Falli. —/'/oicec
JEWELRY, GàDCEàiES AND NOTIONS
M kitRIE )
cut from .Jaeksmj-
1 be resumed at SPA liN PXKKFi:—At
n>/LU'CG.s’, C/GKl/.’.c, Cl’TLERÏ
the bride's parents. Am
ft er part of this
an 1 \li»> Louisa Parker.
H. Klyce of the M. E. Church, I'ili l M a <— H 1 t r I'—At the rc'i 1 meo of
lie 1 In- last sermon in Jacksonville
the (»ri'Ie'H parents in Linke ile, July
21st, by A. P. \rnistrong, L P., «Jorge
for this conference year. He will
(’. ra >mas and Miss Arilla Hiatt, both
art for \\ < ston*. 1'matilla county, in a few
ot Lako county.
weeks, where tim annual conference will be
held ill Dutcher.
Adam S hmidt and Ernst Barcowsky hax-e
ounty Treasurer’s No tic
Closner’s brewery at Wilderville, REF.SI R—In Ashland, July 29th, to tile
xvile of 14. F. Refser, a dancbior.
O ffice of CnrxTY Ti’»
and took charge a few days ago. They v ill (JRI M F.s—In Jo'ppbinc <■ unity, July 30th,
J acksonville . J u
make several improvements at >nce .and pro-
to tho xvife of ». W. «»runes, a son.
IS HEREBY GÍVEN THAT
pose fill nisi
b.sephiue county with an ex- CAI»LA«»HAN — In Eden precinct, July .N there are funds in the County 1 raax-
2‘*th, to the wife ot John Cftilaghan, a ury for the
cilieut qua! I •f be. r.
loniptbin c»f the following
Cm.nty warrants, pre tested up to July %
of Al..any d'livered a s-rmon ■scce-ygs
« »» ■"■■»n b
Last ■'•lilday. which is well
Nmn»»ors 1,In7. 4V«. 37S. 1.222, 1.22», 1,2«,
. kri! < f.
is a ph i.sing s] •akcr and be-
l.'ûf. 1.100, 1..TJ9, 1.26A, 1.4S3. L2SS, 1.4'<0.
Interest oti the same w-il e•»nso/'ro!n thia
m'xxii as “Sold Sii ei" r-. nu- <'R' ’WELL In J i -ti-onvillc. Angu«t 4,
t » a
JS'ii, ,,f e.iii'iimp’ "'i, '!’• r» s i V., xvife <.f <late.
líes-. I». A. Cr<»xx«ll; a¿-d 35 years, ß
• it AV 11 Ull tuio f »’'kbt.
¡Molili.a all'l ¡3 ria t s.
Treasurer yf .JnçksQn C'vuuty,
Of the Mast Popular Styles.
Which will ho sold at Lowest Rates