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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1880)
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The immigration to Eastern Oregon and
Ways and means are about being devised to
VV ashington Territory continues, many wagons place the M. E-. Church building of this place
From the National Surgical Institute, In
passing through Lake county’ en route.
The Squaw Lake company is piping again. dianapolis, IndiaiiH, will visit Portland,.
iu repair, which is sadly needed. An enter
Jos. Solomon of Woodville is in town.
Oregon, at St. Charles Hotel, September
AUGUST 27. 18S0.
New wheat is coming in.
A squaw living on Jackass creek departed tainment to raise the necessary funds is sug
The Applegate Gravel Company is about “th, 8th and 9th, 1880, provided with a com
J. B. Egan and wife have become residents
plete and ex;>cnNlve outfit of apparatus
making a cleanup.
from this mundane sphere last week and was gested by some.
Hide-buyers are plentiful.
FOR HANOOOK & ENGLISH.
designed to treat every form ot Spinal Dis
buried in the City Cemetery on Friday.
The people of the East are wild over the
Read the new advertisements.
Gin Lin is still at work and will continue the ease, Hip and Knee iMeease, Crooked
•Mrs. A. !»auib of Ashlaud is paying Jack
Col. C. H. Larrabee of Washington Terri
through, as he has an abundance of Limbs, Club Feet, Paralysis, Ac. Pile»
sonville K visit.
The Legislature meets at Salem on the see-
Warm weather is on the wane.
and Fistula certainly cured. This inatltn-
tory will address the citizen* of Southern Ore-
ond Monday in September aud our legislators
Mrs. XV. M. Turner is spending a few days water.
tion has an uneqimied reputatiou Iu the
N*»atthe following times and places:
Matt. Dillon keeps the best Kentucky brands at Soda Springs.
will soon be wending their way thither.
The Sterling Company is now cleaning bed successful treatment of al) of the above dis
The Pioneer reunion approaches.
Intere-ted parties sbouid not Xsil to
Ashland, Friday, Sept. 3d, at 7 o’clock p . m .
rock, which will occupy its attention for sev eases.
Grant Jones of Lakeview, stepson of 0. La constantly on harwk
Surgeons. Returning h.mepiver-
Jacksonville, Saturday, Sept. 4th, at l\ o’clock I Teaming is becoming lively again.
Business men can keep their money at home in town Tuesday.
eral weeks to corne.
land, they will stop off September 11th
tham, had his arm broken near the wrist by
p. m . Williamsburg, Monday, Sept. 6th, at 1
13th at Eugene City, 15th at Roseburg,
Justice Huffer’s Court is kept busy.
by having their bill-heads, statements, lutter-
being thrown from a horse the other day.
Schumpf ft Co. are now running a tunnel to and
B. F. Dowell and daughter returned from
and Iblh and '20th at Jacksonville, Oregon.
o’clock P. M. Kerbyville, Tuesday, September
The A. 0. U. XV. meet this evening.
tap their shaft in order that foul air may
The finest stock of visiting cards of every heads, envelopes and every other kind of com Portland yesterday.
"th, at 1 o’clock P. M.
escape They have gone down about seventy’
R eligious A ppointment .—Elder R. H.
imaginable description ever brought to Oregon mercial printing done at the T imes office. The
Everylxsly is invited to turn out and hear
Col. Larraliee opens the campaign at Ash- feet, with favorable prusjiects iu sight.
l<est work at low rates.
of the Church of God will bold a two-
Petty lawsuits are Incoming numerous.
the political issues of the day discussed.
land on September 3d.
at Me Dan tel's grove near Eagle
Mr. Hutchings, the California mining expert,
A. D. McKee was badly scalded at Herd's
The various gristmills are starting up again.
Saturday and Sunday, August
H ebrew N ew Y’ ear .—Rush Hashanah, or
is now examining the various quartz ledges in
saw-mill on Poorman s creek, the other day,
Services to commence at 3
Hebrew New Year, falls on Septeinlier 6th
this vicinity. He is awaiting parties from be
by the blow-cock of the engine flying out.
Gen. E. L. Applegate and family have lo low, wlm may conclude to become interested o'clock P. M. on Saturday, aud at 11 o'clock
and 7th, and E. Jacobs' store will be closed on
Win. Naueke, Treasurer of Josephine coun
cated at Ashlaud for the present.
A number of soldiers are on their way to
sale at a grand discount..
a . M. and 4 o'clock P. M. ou Sunday. The or
iu unr mines.
ty, elsewhere gives notice that there are funds
of baptism will be administered iu the
Prospectors will find a full line of mining
B ittkn by a lhxi.—As Mrs. XV’. C. Hale
in the treasury to redeem certain warrants.
of Sunday. All are eordially invited
from Yreka, with some tine horses.
blnnks, printed after the latest and best
wa»« passing John Hockenjos’ residence on I ! New goods have just been received at Kah
Arthur Pool’s new hall at Eagle Point is road has been incorporated and will soon be
to attend, and to come prepared to remain on
c. c. Beekman and Theo. Cameron are ex- ‘ forms, on hand at the T imes office. Also a the ground during the fore and afternoon
Tuesday eveniug, the house-dog rushed out. ler’s drug store.
finished and will be used by the Champions of ready to commence work. It now remains
to return from San Francisco next supply of Copp’s Hand book of Mining services.
and bit her rather severely. This is the same .
Honor this evening. It is a commodious one. for Jackson county to show her hand.
J Law, standard authority.
brute that has attacked and bitten various of groceries, etc.
I.MPORTANT N oiick —We are now sending
Madame Holt has purchased Schumpf's
The enterprising ladies of Williams creek,
other persons and should be put out of harm s
J. S. McCain and wife left for Klamath Rogue river is being wiugdarnmed at difler- out statements of account to those in any way
Ish ft Caton are kept busy supplying the bath fixtures aud will rig them up in first-
Josephine county, last week presented Rev. J. i Agency on Monday, where they will hereafter i ent points, which will prove a popular mode of
demands for livery.
indented to the T imes office, and hope to
class style in one of her numerous buildings. R. N. Bell with a beautiful Hancock quilt,
! mining if the enterprises now going on are suc
get an early response from those who may
XVm. H. Atkinson of Ashlaud is building a
M inisters A ppointed .—The M. E. Con
The family of Chas. E. Burrows of Y’reka which was quite a surprise to that gentleman.
cessful. X*. S. Ralls and B. XX’. Dean are
receive them. The amount due from each
ference, in suasion last week at Eugene City,
has arrived at Ashland and will remain during Mr. Bell responded iu Ins usual felicitous
throwing a dam across the stream uear Chav-
person is small, but iu the aggregate amount*
Peaches have made their appearance, though the Fall and Winter session of the College manner.
returned Rev. 1>. A. Crowell to this pastorate
ner's bridge, and Keaton & Klippel have theirs,
considerable to ns. Paper has advanced in
and appointed Rev. La«lrii Royal to succeed in limited quantities.
near Fisher’s ferry, nearly completed.
Wells, Fargo ft Co., the pioneer express
price and the time i* at hand when w* must
Colonel White and A. D. Heald brought a
Prof. L. L. Rogers at Ashland. Rev. W. T.
Hon. A. C. Jones will leave for Portland
P. Fehely of Althouse, Josephine county, lay in our Fall and Winter stock. So our pa
to-day apply to Superintendent Fountain for compa’ny of the Pacific Coast, has placed us load of grain to the steam-mill from Rock
Chapman is Presiding Elder of this district next week on business.
formerly of this plac«», has been iu town for trons will readily see the reason why we call
on them so urgently.
■nd stationed at Corvallis.
the distance between each of their offices and
several days past. He informs ns that the
Jacksonville is livening up again since har City.
Isaac Woolen ami wife have gone to Bart
S ewing M achines —Four different kinds of
I Win. H. Jordan has rented Cunningham & the names of their agents. It is valuable for lett Springs, Cal., and expect to spend the I miners of that section have done well, though
D jrtrict C ouncil .—The Champions of Honor vest is progressing to a cluse.
, some of them have not cleaned up aa yet. new sewing machines have just been received
Charley Griffith is surging with the temper I Goucher's saw-mill on Williams creek, He reference.
will uieut in district couucil at Eagle Point to
Winter in that State.
McCoy ft Co., on Bolen creek, made a good at E. C. Brooks’ New Drug Store, viz: The
The Presbyterian Church is assuming pro-
day. _ Delegates are expected from different ance boom aud will sin no more.
has 100,000 feet of good lumber already on
obtaining some pieces worth as high as i Crown, Eldridge, New Home and New Ameri
portions and will l>e a structure of rare beau
portions of the county aud an interesting ses
The telegraph lines are now being placed in hand.
Brown Bros, have enough ground to can. They are of the latest aud be9t improved
ty. The steeple is about completed aud is a
sion will no doubt l»e held. Great preparation repair for the Winter campaign.
While lifting a piece of timber the other credit to those engage»! on it. It will proba -Jacksonville hereafter,
clean up to keep them busy for several weeks I »at ter us iu the world. Price from $40 to $50
has le-en made for tne event and no paius
Robt. XX’estrop has opened a paintshop ever day, E. D. Foudray had one of his legs so bly be the handsomest church edifice iu South
will l»e «¡»ared to make it an agreeable one. 1*. Cronemiller's blacksmithshop.
verely bruised. He is able to be about at ern Oregon.
F or S al «.—A four-year-old stallion, well
on professional business. He expects to re
There will also l»e a picnic during the day and
proportioned, of a beautiful dapple bay color, and
Better than a letter to your friends in the present.
Rdv. D. A. Crowell has been returned to turn in about ten days.
a party at night. Everybody is invited ta
I assembled at Holt’s hall on the evening of
weighing 1,250 pounds. He is by “Peniuger’*
Col. Larrabee will speak at Holt’s hall, un this place, which will be his third year among
East: The T ime .* sent regularly.
J. H. Smart and Matt. Ish came in from tbd 19th inst. to witness therendiliou of the
participate in the public exercises.
Mike," out of a “Rifleman” mare, and a fiist-
Fine white linen shirts, open at back or
us. It is not often that ministers serve more Lake county this week. They report every cantata of the Flower Queen, in which
animal. For further particulars apply to
Club of this place, on the afternoon of Septem than two years in <»n-- pastorate, and this devia thing flourishing there.
P ioneer R eunion .—The fourth annual re front, for §1.50 at the N. Y. Store.
many of the young ladies «if Jacksonville
Thomas, at the Meadows.
i tion will be received with pleasure by his
union of the Pioneer Society of Southern Ore I There was a good attendance during the ber 4th.
E. Emery of Butte creek gave us a call Tues participated. The performance was goo«l
One of tlie men engaged on the Myrtle many friends.
gon will be held at the Court House enclosure cainp-meeting on Williams creek.
M ore popular than ever. 431,167 genuine
day. He has removed from Eagle Point to under the circumstances, and would have
in Jacksonville on Thursday, Septeml»er 16th
” sewing machines sold in 187V, be
Chimney Rock precinct.
Plymale s turnouts have been rigged up in
erly arranged and more effective rehearsing ing at the raieot 1,400 machines each work
piece of timber falling on him and dashing out Oak School-house to hear Ehler R. H. Sherrill
next. A cordial invitation is extended to all, fine style and are proving popular.
( apt. Goodall, an old pioneer of this section, indulged in. The singing was generally
whether member* or not. Families are re
ing day, and an increase of 74,735 over last
This gentleman is one of the most eloquent is in town. He has recently been teaching I
A large amount of crockery has been orderetl
’s sale«. Buy the best. Waste no
quested to •furnish provisions for the occasion.
The streets of Jacksonville were lively and learned ministers that has ever visited “the young idea to shout" in Josephine county.
from Portland for the Pioneer reunion.
money on “cheap counterfeits.” D. H.
Members who are delinquent for their yearly
one night last week, some parties having this section, and is doing good service in the
Marzlial Crosby returned from Roseburg have been expected that so large a number
Jos. Applegate of this place will soon open a
«lues are earnestly requested to pay the same
indulged in a rough and tumble encounter at Christian cause.
last week ami is now pursuing the unfortunates I >>f performers could have been appropriately
F or S ale .—A first-class Wheeler ft Wilson
t<> K. Kubli, Treasurer, to meet current ex- wagon ami carpenter shop at Phoenix.
a late hour.
machine, No. 8, (with all the late im
W.M. H offman , Secretary.
C. XX’. Sava,’« is weatherboarding and other
barn on his premises in town ami is fully pre
which has uever been used, will
Gen. T. G. Reames, who went to Chicago as
wise improving the New State House.
P robate C ourt . The following proceedings
: a representative of the Knights Templar of
be sold ou easy term*. For further particular*
Hon. Wm. Kahler has our thanks for a bas
He has ha»! considerable success as a veterinary i Oregon, started back for the Pacific Coast last never witnessed. To make the embarrass- apply at once to the T imes office.
has already been commenced ami
have transpired in this Court since our last re-
ketful of apples. They were excellent.
ment greater, the^stage management was
surgeon and refers to his patrons for testimo ' Monday.
will soon be.
A Fragrant Hraalh aud Pearly Teeth
miserable. The structure it sell was rudely
In the matter of the estate of Dorothea Ot
Mrs. John Hailey of Boise City, I. T., a nials to his skill.
easily obtained by cleansing your teeth
put tijiand awkwardly arrang. d, greatly in
ten, deceased. Final statement of Fred. Otten, hoodlum is at the zenith of his delight.
daily with that justly popular denlifriu*.
Our quondam friend of the quill and paste i in town l»y Wednesday's, stage and will pay
former resident of Jacksoil county, is at pres
conveniencing the performers. All things SOZODONT. Composted <>t rare antiseptiu
executor, heard and approved aud executor
A curiosity in the shape of a lengthy cucum ent paying her parents (Capt. Griffin ami pot, Capt. O. C. Applegate of Lake county,
the Applegate Gravel Co.'s mines a visit be considered, it is a surprise that the cantata herbs, it impart« whiteness to the teeth, a
is spending a few days at Ashland with his fore returning,
wife) a visit.
In the matter of the estate of E. J. Farra, ber may l»e seen at the Criterion saloon.
was performed as well a« it wa*. XX’e have delicious aroma io the breath, and preserve*
minor heir of David Farra, deceased. Annual
intact, from youlli to old age, the teetb.
For ironclad and common note books, receipt
Cattle buyers are in Lake county, but the
Jacob XX’egner of Ashland informs us that no doubt that under more favorable aus Acidity ot the stomach will dostroy tb*
ie|M»rt of H. C. Fleming, guardian, heard and
and check books, goto the T imes office.
stock men there expect §23 to $25 for four-
('apt. Tim.*. Smith's condition is somewhat by the same performer* with much better strongest teeth unless its effect* are coun
with NOZ<>IM»NT, and this pure
There is so much fever ami ague in Pimmix year »»his, §21 to §23 tor three-year-olds, and $20
improved. As no bones are broken, his early success than it was on that occasion; anil teracted
tooth-wash proiucvu the dental atirfaces by
T im * to S top .—The comluct of some of the that you can almost feel the burg shaking.
for dry cows.
recovery is hoped for.
removing every impurity that adheres to
hoodlums during the rendition of the cantata
Kubli's new patent stoves and will give hie
them. Ask your druggist for SOZO1X1NT.
Fi re a r B rownsbo K o I «ill. Henry R. Brown
A Hancock »ft English Club will be formed
on the evening of the 19th was such as to
friends a banquet soon. Bean soup and liver I
and Careers of Hancock ft English, bv Hon. J.
City, who have been paving Jacksonville a vis writes us that the blacksmith shop at Browns-
bring the blush of shame to the respectable
will lie served alamode, and the bill of fare
W. Fornev, a first-class work. Everybody
it, returned home Tuesday morning, well borough was destroyed by tire, together with
ysotion of the audience, at least. If these
will comprise other rare delicacies, such as
CIIAVN'hK.—At Itar.ianelles, August 22d,
should have one.
pleased with their trip.
all its contents, on Monday, the 23d, at about
XX e learn that XX’. C. Grrenmnn will proba
ol eoiisuiuptiuu, Maugiiu», wife of Tho*.
young rascals were not ashamed of their own
only Johnny can prepare.
The festive mosquito is leas troublesome
Jas. R Reames of Phrenix gave us a call four o'clock P. M. Several men were at work
aged 52 years, 8 mouth* aud 19
• lisgruceful proceedings, others were for them.
Sealed proposals will be receive»! by Major
in and «bout the shop at the time thu fire com
■ It is high time that this should come to a sum long.
in. But the latter are also less numerous from T. C. Sullivan, Commissary of Subsistence at i ing is nearing a close in that neighborhood menced; but, as it got considerable headway LOW.—Near Phoenix, August 1 lib, of pa
ptuary close. If they cannot behave them
X’alley wool is quoted in the S. F. market
ralysis, L. B. Low; aged about 60 year*.
Vancouver Barracks, W. T., or by the Post
the same cause.
selves at public entertainments, it is best that
and that crops arc rather short.
before being discovered, and three breech-load
they make themselves conspicuous by their
J. M. Smith of Kerbyville has rente! ing guns and several boxes of cartridges men-
A peddler sold a large number of cheap )6th, at noon, for the delivery at the latter
absence, or the Recorder will attend to their choice.
acing them in the room where it originate I,
post of 12,<MM) pounds of flour.
E. Jacobs sells cheaper than ever in order
RUSNELL.—In Ashland, August 17th, to
last week brought his family to town to take effective work was out of the question, Norval
the “hard times” we hear so much about. He
the wife of J. H. Russell, a daughter.
Kennedy, Geo. Marine ami Chas. Carey lost a COLLINS.—At French Gulch, August 23d,
Rx'LtGtOUS.—There will Is: regular services
is on his wav north.
wool in the valley awaiting a rise in tTie mar advantages of our school facilities.
at the Catholic Church next Sunday, Rev.
lot of clothing, money and other valuables,
to the wife of O. Collin*, a son.
Chas. S. Moore of Linkville will comluct
Scared by two wild hogs they mistook for ket ami which attracts the attention of buy
Father Blanchet officiating.... Rev. D. A.
while two sets of buggy wheels and other McKEE.—On Poorman’s creek, August 23d,
grizzlies, a party of hay makers near Lakeview ers from abroad and at home. A considerable ' examinations of applicants for teacher's certifi wagon materials were also burned. The tire
to the wife of A. D. McKcs, a son.
Crowell will preach at Grant's Pass on Sun chet at St. Francis’ Church, Eagle Point, last
cates for J. H. Clayton, Superintendent of
spread so rapidly that few’ blacksmithing tools
day.... R*v. M. A. Williams will hold ser
Lake county, in the western end Siiereof.
hogs ate their provisions.
resenting Christy ft Wise of San Fiaucisco.
were saved, though by dint of great exertion
vices at Yreka, Cal., Sunday next........ There
A special meeting of Adarel Chapter No. o
Hon. XX’. XX’. Fidler of Williams creek is in some of the parties saved a portion of their
Some of our farmers have raked the grain
will I>u a co-operation meeting at the camp Order of the Eastern Star, will be held this
J. S. Ho.vard, surveyor of the proposed
blown over hy the storm sometime since and Crescent City and Oregon road, says in his ' town at present ana will remain a few weeks, property. The total loss is estimated at $1,200.
grounds near Bybee’s ferry, commencing on evening.
thus semreil much more of their crop than they report that Jackson, Josephine and Lake cqun- He has been ailing with fever and ague ami The fire originated from a fire-place in an ad
Septemlwr 3d, at 3 o’clock P. M., and continu
Jake Marcuse’s quarters will be enlarged
of climate will be bene- joining room use.I for storing tools, etc., ami
ties import 3,150 tons of merchandise, of
ing over thu following Sunday. Ehler .XI. Pe soon to make room for additions to his stock
also used by those employed about the
terson aud others will officiate. Everybody is of goods.
A communication in relation tn Judge Dea»l v’s which 2,500 tons will seek the new route and ficial.
premises as a place for hanging their clothing.
invited to attend and remain during the meet
will pay §6 per ton tolls or §15,(WO per year.
It was an unfortunate affair for all concerned,
The fires in the mountains have luen checked decision as referee in the Chadwick cases
town this week, en route for Roseburg, for a as they can illy bear the loss sustained.
in some places, as the smoke is not as dense
loa»l of freight. He is of the opinion that
O n the S tage .- John Malone, son of the as it was.
R ock P oint I tems .—A correspondent, nn
i many of the merchants m the western end of
T)r. Coon has been expelled from the Cham ready to receive any and all subscriptions to
late Pat. Malone, and a former resident of this
E. H. Autenrieth, Esq., has so far recovered
der date of Mie 234, semis the following:
Our citizens should overcome
the road fund,
place, appeared in Shak» s|>earean characters at from his recent indisposition as to l»e able to pions of Honor for co.nluct unbecoming a mem
A few »lays ago Miss Anna Savage shot and
John Cimborsky, Fred. Otten ami Seybond
they may ¡«»sses* on
ber of that Order, ami his commission as or any excessive
; kille»l a large catamount, winch the dogs had
the Baldwin theatre in San Francisco recently. l*e alx»nt.
this occasion and subscribe liberally toward Kiester left on the southern-bound stage Sun- treed. It was her first shot with a rifle.
ganizing officer has been revoked.
Mr. Malone is practicing law at San Jose, Cal.,
There were three religious meetings on
*dav. The former goes to Boston to attend the
The proprietors of Rock Point bridge are rpiIE UNDERSir;NED TXKES PLEAS-
A sociable was held at the residence of thu enterprise.
but has achieved considerable success upon the Butts creek, in close proximity to each other,
Cotincil of the Improve«! Order of Red having it roofed over aud otherwise perfectlv I uro in amioiincing to the public that ho
Our cotem. is engaged in getting up a
Judge Prim last Friday evening, which was a
stage. Supported by Ben Teal (son of Col. last Sunday.
Mi’n, while the others are en route for Ger finished. The work is supervised by Messrs, has just receiveil a complete anil flrst-clax*
issortmeiit of Gent's Funit*hing Goods,
•Jos. Teal), also an Oregonian, he appeared in
i Campbell and Robinson.
*uch as Hat*. Shirt*, Underwear, etc.; I>e*t
John Miller is receiving the first install large ami all enjoyed themselves.
the Shakesjiearean booth during the Author«'
J. W. Hays has just completed two neat brands of Cigar* and Tobacco; Pipe«, No
B. F. White, general agent of the Equitable
ment of the large stock of goods he laid in
Carnival at the Ray City last Octolser, and l»e-
Mrs. Amon Shook of Alkali valley, Lake agreeable business than whooping lipa Gar Life Assurance Society of the United States resiilimces ill Rock Point. One is occupied by tions, Fancy Goo«la, Glassware, Crockery,
N. Eiblings; the other is intended for Tobe Musical Instruments, Bird <’ages, Station
tween them carried off the laurels in that dis
county, has just complete»! a fine, large quilt field boom, with the people taking so much for Oregon and Washington Territory, is pay Martin
an 1 family.
ery, Pocket ami Table Cutlery, Album«,
containing 1773 pieces, which is unsurpassed stock in those Republican charges against the ing this section a business visit, Mr. 5
play of wit, beauty and talent, an affair in
Mr. Vance, of the firm of Rirdsey ft Vance Toys, Candies, Nuts, etc., which will lie «old
represents a substantial company and
which the most refined ami intelligent society of the estate of Wm. Patterson. See his no. in this section for size and beauty.
of Wilderville, has been spending a few davs at the cheitpeHt rates. Give me a <utli atul
The various school districts of Josephine take risks at a reasonable figure.
| among acquaintances near Rock Point, He see for yourselves.
participated. Mr. Malone's debut at the tics elsewhere.
R. M. Garrett informs us that Smith, who
made it hot tor the fish while here.
We are sorry to learn that Mrs. H. M killed a Chinaman recently at Happy Camp, count}’ are much put out by the action of their
Baldwin was auspicious and we exj»ect to
No large trout reported caught this Fall.
1 hatcher of Linkville is seriously ill with was convicted ami sentenced to ten years’ School Superintendent, <'. N. Hatliawaf, who traveling over Northern California, returned
hear more of him.
are a month later than usual in coming HUNTERS' EMPORIUM !
refuses to apportion the school fumls received this week, to stay. He says there is little up.
imprisonment in the Penitentiary.
C ontract L et -The building committ«-« of
white man to obtain em
Some believe that the deaths among the In
Parsons desiring lumber will find something from the State until next Spring, holding that opportunity for a
A few members of Rescue Council. C. of H.,
ployment m the mines
mine* of that region, labor
the Boaril of Trustees let the contract for dians on Jackass creek resulted from eating
to their advantage by consulting the adver
i living monopolized by the Chinese at starva-
buil ling the new town h.all to David Linn for diseased salmon.
i disposed of the fund* on hand to their own HARDWARE AND CUTLERY ¡STORE,
tisement headed “Notice to Lumbermen,” ments only on certain dates.
. tiou rates.
! sat isfaction, and then unanimously resolved to
$1,995, he Ixing the lowest bidder by a few
From the Yreka “Journal” we learn that
Poster and bill wnrk of any size and de which appears in our advertising columns.
A. P. llotaling of San Francisco and E. C. ‘suspend.
«lollars. Edwin Smith was the only other bid
O. Schriviler, the ymmg man who accompanied laird of Portland, the well-known wholesale
imes office at San
Geo. A. King informs us that a party will
| G one Hotut.—Mrs. Margaret Chavner,
der. The taking down of tire ol«l walls an»l
soon leave Big Butte for the hticklelierry re Charley McDonald on his visit here about a liquor dealers, ure paying Southern Oregon a l wife of Tho*. Chavner, died at the family
cleaning out the cellar was let to Peter Brevert
Judge Tolman has rented his farm near gions of Rogue river. There is an abundance mouth ago, died at Reading a few days since. visit ami combining business with pleasure. residence st Dardanelle* oil the 22<1 inst.
for the sum of $125, there being two other
He was purchasing agent of hides ami pelts, I They comprise the house of Hotalmg ft Co., Dost h came not unexpected, tor she had suf
bidders. The biiihling is to be completed by Ashland to Mr. Pennybaker, formerly of Tu- of these berries and they are ripening fast.
traveled with McDonald through Mo ! Portland, which deals in the finest liquors au<l fered long and patiently. That fell de i
A teamster was run over hy his team a few
the 1st of January next, except the plastering, lare county, Cal.
doc county into Oregon, ami returned via does the largest business in Oregon.
stroyer, consumption, had claimed her a«
Dr. Stanley, one of our legislators, called on miles north of town last Tuesday morning;
which is to be done early in the Spring. It
Link rille, Jacksonville, Ashland and Y’reka.
I’eter Britt, artist and florist, from Jack- a victim and *he met death with a Christian
will l»e a handsome brick structure, twenty- us Saturday. He is preparing to take his de but, as he seeme»! well saturated with tangle
We will in a few days receive more new ; sonville, has been spending a few days among fortitnde. Mr*. Chavner was a native of
foot, he was none the worse for the accident.
five feet high, seventy-five feet long and twen parture for Salem.
material, includiug several fonts of fancy type ! ns. He came down for the purpose of taking , County Carlow, Ireland, and an early re*l- California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
ty-five feet wide. There will be a council
Oats seem to be shorter than wheat an ! bar
It is rumored ihat the Hayes party have
' views of the coast, and, as he says, to hear »lent of Jackson county, being in her 53d
room, a calaboose and truck-house, with a ley this season; but none of them will be as abandoned their overland trip, not beirg de of the latest design and a fine assortment of
printer's stationery. The T imes has the .the roar of “old ocean” once more. His son year at the time of her decease. A devout
commodious cellar underneath. The archi plentiful as usual.
sirous of indulging in so extended astage ride.
most complete job office south of Albany, and and Mu»s Mollie, his daughter, accompanied believer in the Catholic faith, her funeral
tecture will be of the latest an 1 most conve-
We will receive county scrip and flour ami This will be a sore disappointment to the cu- is prepared to do every description of plain him; also Mr. Linville, wife and daughter, ‘took place from the church in Jaekiwmville
»•'«'nt. *r>d Jacksonville will have a building she
and Miss Addie Langell. We spent two very on Tuesday last, after ¡service* by Rev.
coin on accounts due the T imes office; “ami riuus.
and fancy job work in superior style and at pleasant evenings with the party. Mr. Britt
may well feel proud of aixl which would be a don't you forget it.”
A number of the members of Ruth Re San Francisco rates. Call and sde our speci’ is a trne artist, and we enjoyed the inter- Father Blanchet. A large concourse of sor
credit to much larger places.
; change of ideas in regard to photography rowing iriend* and relatives followed al)
Everybody should turn out and hear Col. l»ekah Degree Ixslge, I. 0. O. F., will next mens an<l give us a trial.
very much. He left for his home on last that was mortal of »Margaret Chavner to a last
resting-place, for she wa* hiehlv esteemed
S erious A ccidknt .— We regret to learn of a I»arral>ee, for he knows how to handle the polit Tuesday visit Ashland for the purpose of as
A shland C ollege .—Rev. L. L. Rogers
by ail who knew her. Reqiiiascat in pace.
sisting in the organization of a similar lod >e
serious accident that l>efell Capt. Thomas ical topics of the day.
passed through town Wednesday, on his way
A t W okk .—J. Nunan, of the wagon-road
Smith of Ashland last Saturday, and which I Win. Kreuzer, an experienced baker, is now
R eal E state T ransactions .—The following
home to Ashland from the M. E. Conference. committee, went over to Applegate Wednes
may render his attendance at Salem as a legis serving fresh bread, pastry, etc., at his stand
have been recorded in the County Clerk's
He was accompanied by Rev. Luirtt Royal, day to solicit subscriptions to the C. C. :
will l»e published in the next issue of the
lator impossible. It seem* that while return in Holt's new building.
the last issue of the T imes :
who has been assigned the Ashland charge, XV. R. A thorough canvass of the county :
T imes . Great preparations have been made
ing from a trip after a load of wood he stopped
Gregory to Manuel Pool, property
The weather turned cool suddenly the fore
ami will also assume a prominent position in will he made, and it is to bo hoped every- '
at the stream near Judge Tolman s place to part of the week and tires and heavy clothing an»l it will no doubt be an affair worthy of the the faculty of Ashland College. Miss hila bodv will respond with liberality and alac- I in Manzanita precinct. Consideration, $850. BT JOHN OETH. JACKSONVILLE
water his horses, which were young and high- are comfortable again.
Scott, who will l»c inst-rnctree* of vocal and rity. Upon the success of this enterprise i
will depend the future prosperity of Jackson i
spirited animals, and t<s»k ofl the bridle*. At
instrumental music, will arrive from Siskiyou and Josephine counties.
Prof. »Merritt has been renovating his resi-
this they took a sudden start and ran over Mr.
idence and otherwise improving his premises, mortgages and assessment schedules of all county in a few days. Mrs. A. A. Rogers,
Smith, who was m front of them, also pulling
kinds, for sale at the T imes office. Also a full preceptress, and Miss Kate Thornton, assist
Ui.rn M eeting .—The Hancock A English I For the next thirty dav*. commencing
which now boast anew barn.
the wagon over him a* they went. The team
line of Justice’s and Constable's blanks after ant teacher, are the other members of the fac Club of this place will meet at Holt’s Hall on August 1st, Hattenden Bro*, of Roseburg
P. Fehely of Josephine connty has some in the best forms.
will sell the following list of goal« at very
and wagon aoon parted company, after colliding
ulty, which is an excellent one. The College the afternoon of September 4th and will be ad - low price«: A full line of Qtieensware,
with a telegraph pols. Capt. Smith received tentions of returning to Jacksonville and sup
Jas. A. Cardwell, the enterprising stable- will resume studies on September 1st, and it is dressed by Col. C. If. Jjarrabve of Washington Glassware, Lamps, Plated Castors, Stone
* number of injuries, the extent of which we plying the market with brick.
keeper, is running a line of hacks to Ashland, confidently expected that the attendance dur Territory. Front seats will be reserved for Jars, Churns, Jugs, Pots, Mason Fruit Jar-,
Infant’* Chairs, Basket*. Brooms, Coal Oil.
are unable to learn. They »re of a quite serious
Crops are reporteil to lie fair at different winch make daily trips between this place and ing the year about to begin will be butter than ladies. Everybody is invited to attend.
BENSON’3 CAPCINE P0R0U3 PLABTEE
i Lard Oil, Castor Oil, China Nut Oil. etc..
Mr*. J. R. Tozer was on the wagon points in Table Rock precinct, and will there that. Passengers and freight are carried at
relieves »Imoet nt once end enres where
I Soap*.Syrnp, Candles, Lard, Flour, Canned
oth«*r p'.nsb-r* foil even to relieve. It contains
with him at the tin»*, but fortunately escaped fore average better than expected.
greater ft more p<»‘vertnl ruin rvlk-vinc,MrengU>-
The main cause of nervousness is Indi
leratus, Blueing, Bean*, Starch. Hickory
culng snd curative prupertl’Mltisu f' > c injnion
The High Water or ia«O
by jumping off just in time. 1 he wagon
Dr. D. A. Covert of Phoenix requests all
poronv pls»t<-r, and is fir sni»or!f>r la tluimeots
The speed programme for the Mount Shasta Did not reach a point equal to that of 1876,
Ax«1 and Pick Ifelves, Cigarsand Tobacco.
wa* considerably damaged by the collwmu those indebted to him to make immediate pay
and thu so-called el.-ctrjcal appliance«. It is
District Fair, which will beheld at Yreka, has but it was high enough to do a deal of dam the stomach. No one can have sound | Cail ami be convinced.
a:>ecii’.'’yr oiiHncndedforthe sbov« silmeats,
nerves and uood health without using Hop
with the telegraph pole, which was also shatter- ment. Read his notice elsewhere.
also I r K Mn i| i:wd Kiduey CnMplailMaT
been issued. The Fair commences on October age. Time, however, will repair this; but Billers to strengthen the stomach, purify
Pienr.sy, Meintim «nd nit l«*e*| ArbMaaft
e»l to pisce*. Capt. Smith now lies at his res-
Col. Nesmith's letter on Garfield's antago 13th and continues four days. The premiums tune enly makes worse every case of di-eai*e the blood, ami keep the liver and kidneys Make from §25 to ?r»o |wjr week selline ¡rond*
Pains. _ V neu euucru»< y »u « ..I da u- '.¡totste»
tdence in a rattier precarious condition,
ev n a little p -fas to prx-nre this erriete. D*
of the kidney* and urinary organ* winch a active, to carry off all the poisonous and for E. G. RIDEoUT <V CO., 10 Barclay
ri'>t n' ow uny oth'-r pie.t-r to be substituted for
many friends hope to learn of his early re
aingls box of Oregon Kidney Lea would waste matter ot the system. See other col Street, New York, Send for their «»talogue
it. 8.» <1 by ail lirufcgists. 8rsaurr A Jooxsoa.
T imes , is being copied extensively.
be hotly contested for.
cure, bold by ail druggists.
21 Platt Street, New York. Propristoca.
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