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DEMOCRATIC TIMES- I I
The Garfield and Arthur Club of this place
The bill amending the town charter of Ash
CHAMPIONS Of HONOR.
have decided to jubilate ovegthe result of the land, introduced in the Legislature by Hon.
Taxes are due.
November election on the evening of the 19th. Thos. Smith, has become a law. It enlarges
W. J. Plymale is acting as deputy County
The second regular session of Southern Grand T. G. KKAMEI.
NOVEMBER 12, 1880. !
K. H- KEAMKH
Politics below par.
The repeaters’ occupation is goue, since the | the limits of the town and gives additional au- Clerk.
Couucil of the Champions of Houor of the
election. We mean those who never miss re j tliority to the Town Board in the matter of li
Health is improving.
S ociety M eeting .—Oregon Chapter No. 4.
E. Jacobs, who has been quite ill, is able to State of Oregon was held at Jacksonville, Ore
gon, October 22, 1880. Called to order by J.
be about again.
R. A. M , meets next Tuesday evening, A
Cold weather is here.
A. Cardwell, G. W. C.
I D. J. Stewart,who was here last week to as-
full attendance of companions is requested
Wm. Mcnsor, who has been quite ill with
Legion of Houor to-night.
A committee of three on credentials was ap
W. G. Kenney, who has been absent from I certain what success be might have iu publish- fever, is recovering.
Call and see Sawyer soon.
E rroneous .—Madame Holt requests us to
pointed by the G. W. C., to-wit; W P Ber
Jacksonville for several months past, returned i ing a history of the county, is favorably im
W. M. Turner left for Portland yesterday to ry of Mutual Council No. 5; J. N Gw -h-ir <•:
Sickness at Linkville is abating.
state that the report that she intends convert
JACKSON VILLE. OREGON,.
from the north this week, but will not remain pressed with the prospects aud will return af
close up his surveying business.
ing her fine hall into bed-chambers is incorrect.
Everybody is getting ready for Winter.
ter he has finished his business in Siskiyou
N. A. Handy,the well-known hide buyer from Lynch of Monitor Council No. 8
It will always be at the service of the public,
John Kelly, the violinist, is at Eureka. Cal.
A large lot of plows and other agricultural county, which will be in the course of five or
whether a town hall is built or not.
The committee reported the following Co tin
Francisco, is among us again.
ffet us turn our attention to the C. C. W. R. implements have just been received at Bilger’s six weeks.
cils represented and entitled to the folly* mg
L. L. Savage has returned from a trip to the number of delegates:
Robt. Robinson, a respected citizen of Wag
G kand J urors .—The following is the Grand
The season for society elections is almost hardware store. They are worthy of inspec
BY ADOPTING A
valley and Puget Sound.
Volunteer No. 2, five
ner creek, died at his residence last Sunday.
Jury empaneled for the November term of the ' here.
. , ,
Col. W. S. Stone and Wm. Carll of the 0. A No. 3, two, but not present; Victory No. 4,
Circuit Court: T. G. Reames, foreman, J. B. I New
We regret to learn of the serious illness of He had been ailing some time and his demise
three; Mutual No. 5, one; Eureka No. 6, aix;
goods at Breckenfeld's and Jake Mar-
Rodgers, K. K. Anderson, R. F. Maury, E | cuse’s.
Monitor No. 8, four; Ironclad No. 11, three; CASH
our talented young friend Claude Thayer. His was not altogether unexpected. Mr. Robin C. Stage Co. were in town this week.
Prof. Rogers and Miss Kate Thornton of Select No. 12, two; To the Front No. 13, two;
Schieffelin, T. L. Linkswiler, M. L. Alford.
many frieuds hope to hear of his early conva
Mount McLaughlin sports a snowy mantle I
College were in town Saturday last. Zouave No. 14, one; Deliau.e No. 15, two;
Defense No. 16, one; Sentinel No. 17, one.
L ake C ounty .—Returns as far as heard I again.
number of friends behind him.
Rev.W. T. Chapman,Presiding Elder of this Total, thirty-one. Report accepted and adopt
J. M. Pruett of Manzanita precinct is about
from give Hancock 140 majority in Lake coun I Mince-pies and turkey will soon be the bill
The time for yearly settlements is fast ap district of the M. E. Church,is in Jackson coun ed.
completing a neat residence, which is an orna
ty. The remaining precinct (Silver Ijike) will of fare.
Report of the convention and session held
ment to that section. \V. P. Berry waa the proaching, and business meu should send their ty at present.
11, 1880, read and adopted.
increase this to at least 155, considerable of a gain
orders for bill heads, letter-heads, envelopes,
Summer-fallowed ground is now being sown architect.
the G. W. S. approved and adopted.
over the Democratic majority last June. C. B. in grain.
statements of account, note and receipt books,
Report of G. F. S. approved.
Tuesday’s stage, intending to pay relations
Farmers will find those crier books at the
Watson runs several votes liehind his ticket.
motion,the balance due Chaa. Nickell for
More rain has fallen in Josephine county T imes office cheap and haudy. They can be
there a brief visit.
printing for Grand Council waa ordered allow
N ew B ridge W anted .—Many of the tax than here.
used at any time for drawing orders on stores,
Isaac Skeeters and family have gone to Jose ed and to be paid.
at San Francisco rates. Patronise home indus
On motion, the Grand Council assumed and
Call on Kahler A Bro. in their handsome, mills, etc.
payers of Table Rock and adjoining precincts
phine county to take charge of D. L. Hopkins'
guaranteed the payment of the note given bv
have signed a petition to the County Commis ■ new quarters.
Don’t forget the school meeting next Monday
Dr. Coon without authority as agent of Grand
Considerable complaint from Sam's valley
sioners for a bridge across Rogue river, near 1 Howard is expecting a fine stock of candies evening at four o’clock. The question of levy
Capt. B. B. Griffin was strickeu with apo Council to Bro. Grossman for $75, and that
and the Meadows, concerning tile delivery of
the same would lie paid to the sureties on the
where Bybee’s ferry now runs. The structure and other goods.
ing the usual tax will cutne up for considera
the T imes , conies to hand.
note, as the said sum was counted and included
Will necessarily lie a large and substantial one
Heavy rains have delayed the stages sonie- tion then.
in the settlement by the G. W. S. with Dr.
and will accommodate a considerable portion 1 what this week.
Coon after his removal by the G. W. C.
As will be seen by the official returns of mornings, this paper does not seem to reach its
of our population. The matter will probably I
The report of the G. W. S. showing amount
E. C. Brooks has received an elegant stock Jackson county, a large vote was east on the readers there regularly. We will take the pains Accident Insurance Company of Hartford, is aud
ex|>ense of printing for Grand Council and
come up at the next session of the Board.
| of new jewelry.
to ferret out where the fault lies and call the in town on business.
the printed matter saved for Grand Council
attention of the proper authorities to it.
W ork of the G rand J ury .—Three true I Will we have a party on the evening of June vote.
J. C. Overbeck will arrive from Oak Grove from Dr. Coon, aud now on haud belonging to
Grand Council, was approved.
Lille were returned by the Grand Jury -one ' Thanksgiving Day?
The vote on the 2d was 93 greater than that to-day, where he has been tending stage stock
Resolutions affirming the adoption of the
against A. Q. Frick for the larceny of a horse,
constitutions on June 11th, 1880, and their
Daley A Co. of Ashland are turning out some with a sad bereavement in the loss of their in of last June, when it ran up to 1,718. Voters for several months past.
oue against Ernst Barcowsky for larceny in a ( first-class cabinet work.
fant son. They have the sympathy of all in in sparsely settled precincts did not turn out as
Gen. Ankeny and J. C. Whiteaker, assisted binding force upon the Order; also sustaining
<1 welliug-house, and one against D. A. Covert
well as usual, aud the returns from some of the by H. C. Perkins, are examining the lauds in the action of the G. W. C. in revoking Dr.
For bargains look at the last column on the
C'-oon’s authority to organize councils; also as
for arson. The charge against John C. Cal
TO »RLKCT FROM IX
Now that the political excitement is over, strongest Democratic precincts show that all the Klamath I^ake Basin.
to Dr. Coon’s conduct and standing as a Cham
. fourth page of the T imes .
houn, for an assault with a dangerous weapon, I
we should consider matters looking to the de the voters failed to go to the polls. The vote
Miss Mary Layton of Applegate, who is vis
Wool is holding its own, being quoted at
was ignored. The public buildings and County
velopment of the country and the improvemeut should have been at least 100 greater than it iting Geo. T. Baldwin and family at Linkville, ance people against him; also endorsing the
acts officially’ and the houor and integrity of Any One Store in Southern
Hospital were found in good condition and the 25(a,30e. iu the S. F. market.
was, which would have insured 40 majority is seriously ill with fever.
of our finances.
the G. W. S.; also as to the condition of the
Many farmers are sowing grain. A large
records well kept.
Oregon or Northern
Order aud councils; and also as the desire of
C. L. Hill has returned from Lake county more for Hancock.
; area will be put in this season.
this Grand Council to effect and promote har
One of the largest and best stocks of all kinds
with a band of sheep belonging to P. Donegan
S ent to the A sylum .—Edwin Hunt was
The attendance on the district school is in and himself. He reports stock of all kinds tat of hardware, tools, farming implements, fire Wednesday. He is on his way to lake county mony and unity among all tnemliers and coun
examined by Doctors Callender and Aiken on creasing as Winter approaches.
to look after his stock and land interests.
cils, were all unanimously adopted by the del
aud doing well.
arms, ammunition, cutlery, etc., ever brought
egates, and unanimously approved by the
the 4th and pronounced insane. He was
County scrip is taken at par on old and new
Jos. Satterfield informs us that the vote of to Southern Oregon may be found at the Hun Grove school, has moved into the dwelling- members present.
tak eu below the next day by Thos. Riley.
motiou it was unanimously voted that
' accounts w ith the T imes office.
Table Rock precinct was about 40 short, as ter's Emporium of this place. Mr. Miller has house lately C3nstructed on Prof. Merritt’s lot. not On,
Hunt, like many others that have been sent to
than 1,000 copies of the resolutions be
Some rain has fallen during the past week, compared with June, though some voters weut greatly enlarged his store of late, which pre
the asylum from Jackson county, came from
printed for circulation.
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
sente a creditable appearance. His goods are
to other precincts.
The revision of the second and third degree
California a short time since. Lying on the which has been quite beneficial.
chant, has returned home from a busiuess trip rituals was adopted.
Robt. Catou, who was kicked by a horse last
fvoatier, this county is the recipient of much
The flooring of the dining-room of Madame
The G. W. C. was requested to fill vacan
tation is extended to all to make themselves to San Francisco. He laid iu a large stock of
nffriff from our sister State, and has conse week, is able tojie about again.
Holt’s new hotel is now being put down. Oth
cies in committees, which was done.
goods while there.
acquainted with these facts.
quently gained a reputation abroad for being a
The charters for the subordinate councils
Wm. Selpli of Sain’s valley is about building er improvements iu and about the building
Chas. S. Moore of Linkville, Thatcher A were ordered to be delivered, aud also second
Literal patron of the msanc asylum and peni I a commodious blacksmith shop.
are also being made.
Worden’s affable clerk, passed through town aud third degree rituals.
A drove of 200 hogs was started tor Happy
The nnest stock of visiting cards ever brought
Reports from councils show over 400 mem-
Mining items will be more numerous as this week, en route for Portland. He will be tiers under the jurisdiction of this Grand i LADIES’ DRESS GOODS, CASHMERES
A bout R ailroads . — Hon. A C. Stanley of i
gone for a few weeks.
the mining season approaches.
Council, with favorable pros|>ects for increasing,
AND DIAGONALS, SILKS AND
this county says that while below he wm in- ‘ The Grand Jury was discharged yesterday, snow-ffake, ehromo, etc.—lias just been receiv
SATINS, BOOTS A SHOES,
The miners are beginning to question the
ed at the T imes office.
Besides the 31 delegates, there were present
formed by Jos. Gaston, a railroad man, that but the petit jury is still on duty.
probabilities ot a good mining season.
about 40 members from the various councils.
Col. J. N. T. Miller lost four horses last
the company he represented was favorable to
A son of D. W. Anderson of Manzanita ar
southern jxirtion of town, and will remain here
Friday evening, for the return of which he of
building a narrow gauge line to Jackson county, rived from California the other day.
during ths Winter, at least.
meet on the 4th Friday in February, 1881, at
LADIES' CALIFORNIA-MADE CLOAKS
a liberal reward. Attention is called to Blue Gravel mines for next season's opera-
to connect with the proposed roa«l from Win
Turkeys are roosting high in anticipation ol
Mrs. L. Huseman of Yreka paid this place a Ashland.
his advertisement elsewhere.
J A CARDWELL, G. W. C.
nemucca to Oregon. As soon as certain fran the 25th, which is thanksgiving day.
D. M. Mardon of Kane's creek is putting visit last week, remaining until Monday after
A. C. J ones , G. W. S.
chises were obtained a corps of engineers and
The roads will soon be rough and muddy,
WE CALL THE ATTENTION OF TH«
Mrs. Wm. Kreutzer has the thanks of the
in a new tlume and making extensive prep noon. She was well pleased with the trip to
surveyors would commence searching for tiie
1’ ladies to the tael that we have now on
Oregon, which was her first one.
T imes corps for a delicious mince pie.
arations for Winter.
the largest and best selected assort
most feasible route. We hope that this talk
furnish stout teams and good vehicles to pilot
Robt. Westrop, who has been in town on or, which flourished last Winter, will be reor ment of LADIEfS’ DRESS GOODS and FAN
(’apt. Ankeny, of Portland, the enterpris-
J. C. Weiss of this county has sued for a you over the deepest quagmire.
will not end in smoke, as has usually lieen the
' ing mining capitalist, is now in (Southern business for sometime past, returned to Table ganized this evening, anil Madame Holt's hall CY GOODS of «very description iu Southern
ca*e. Our country would lie a profitable one divorce from Sarah C. Weiss in Linn.
Oregon, and we will henceforth make thia
As you travel the road to Applegate, don't
Rock last Saturday. Bob is a good painter and has been secured for the first meeting. The line of goods our specialty and sell them at
The late raius have put the roads in goed fail to give L. Herling, tho affable proprietor Oregon looking after his interests.
for a railroad, and the right kind of a one
following programme will lie observed: 1. |
Keaton A Co. have completed their wing left some good jobs behind him.
condition. Dust is a thing of the past.
would be beneficial to the people.
Music by the String Band; 2. Opening song, Cheaper than the Cheapest«
of the Poormaii’s creek house, a call. He keeps dam across Rogue river, near Jos. Douden's,
J. W. Cunningham of Williamsburg has re Chant; 3. Declamation, G. A Hubbell; 4. Duet, J
Prof. Scott has abandoned his intention of a choice stock of refreshment a.
To the gentlemen >e will say, it you
A S ad O cuurheni 'E. -The town was shocked
anil are engaged in mining the bed ol that moved to town with his family and will spend
removing to California before Spring.
Misses Kate Hoffman and Tillie Miller; 5 want a No. I si’IT OF CLOTHES you inu«t
Del Norte county elects W. B. Mason As stream.
to hear of the death of Miss Mary Sifers,
the Winter here, to allow his children to take
We regret to learn that Mrs. W. S. Stone is semblyman over \V. A. Hamilton by nine
Recitation, Miss Anna Bilger; 6. Duet., Katie goto Reames Bros, to btiv it, as we claim to
which occurred at the residence of Henry
Gus. Pfeil of Gall’s creek was in town the advantage of our school facilities.
have the best STOCK OF ULOTfilNG in
and Johnnie Miller; 7. Coinic song, W. L Bil- I Jackson *N>unty and will allow noone to un
Klippel, Esq., last Saturday night, at half-past suffering troin a severe attack of asthma.
votes, who beats L. F. Cooper 16 votes, the other day and reported the miners of that
Jas. Lindsey of I^ngell valley is in this «ac
The vote of Lake county at the Presidential two last named being Democrats.
II o’clock, so brief had her illness been. She
section maki.ig considerable preparations tion on a visit. He has been discouraged by ger; 8. Song by the little girls; 9. Recitation. ; These goods were all purchased by a mem
Miss Rosa Cardwell; 10. Duet, Sol. Wise and
was the only daughter of Senator John B. election was about 600 —a very light one.
Mrs. Sarah Turner, the estimable wife of for Winter.
losses sustained last Winter and talks strongly John Boyer; 11 Remarks; 12. Music by tbs1 ber of our firin from FIRST-CIAS8 HOUS*
15» in San Francisco and New York, and we
Sifers of Josephine county, who was at Port
St. Mary’s Academy commenced a new term Geu. J. H. Turner of the Pendleton “East
Prospectors will find a full line of mining of removing to Jackson county again.
String Band; 13 Recess; 14 Music; 15. Solo, will warrant «very article and sell them
land at the time of her demise. A bright, last Monday with au increased attendance.
Oregonian,” died on the 5th. The bereaved
M. Baum and wife, formerly of Ashland, Miss Cora Linn; 16 Declamation, Charles Bil- I cheaper tor cash than any bouse in eonnty,
amiable girl, Mary Sifers will lie missed bv all
forms, on hand at lhe T imks office, Also a
We also keep on hand a full stock of
S. A. Scott baa purchased the Overland Ho brother has our heartfelt sympathy.
have removed to S»n Francisco, where they ger; 17. Duet, Misses Ella Young and Clara
supply of Copp’s Hand-book
who kuew her. She was fifteen years of age, tel in Lakeview, ami now officiates as host.
J. M. Cunningham aud H. W. Leavens are
will hereafter reside. Mr. Baum is engaged m Neubet; 18. Recitation, Miss Rena Danforth; I
having died on her birthday. The funeral
Ralph S. Smith of San F'rancisce, special
Messrs. Johns and McNew of. Williams creek now in Jackson county gathering statistics of
business there with our former townsman, A. 19. Comic song, J. Q. Willits; 20 Duet,
census agent, is now in Jackson count}
took place on the Monday following »nd was
Misses Anna Bilger and Lillie Ulrich; 21. H A RDWA RE, CUTLERY, G LAM WARE.
our resources for the government. Minerals
have constructed neat, uew buildiugs of late.
Declamation, L. G. Ross; 22. S-mg bv our I cy ;
gathering mining statistics for several years Fisher.
very largely attended, the entire district school
Considerable sickness has been prevailing in seein to occupy most of thetr attention.
S. J. McCormick, the former editor of the 23 Duet, Henry Pane,Jr..aud F M. Overt» vs;
past. He has Been in Jacksonville during
following the remains to their last restirg-
The mare J. M. Crickett was convicted of the week. Mr. Smith's report will no doubt “Catholic Sentinel” of Portland, and an aide 24. Closing song; 25. Music by the Su ing
place. The services were held at the M. E.
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOOM«
An iinMiense amount of cord-wood has been stealing was taken from the stable in which lie interesting and we ho}>e to be able to writer, has assumed editorial control of ths S.
Church, Rev. I). A. Crowell preaching an able,
S all IE C ardwell , I Commi.tee.
Farm aad Freight Wa^eae,
F. “Monitor,” in which he has purchased an
M aggie L inn ,
hauled to town iu anticipation of a hard Win she was securely locked up last Sunday even reproduce it.
Work is progressing steadily on Schumpt
J osephine C ounty .—R. M. Garrett informs Flows, Gang Plows A Sulky Plows«
A N ovel B et —L. Solomon and Dr. Will.
Rev. M. C. Miller preached at the M. E
Gen. J. G. Wall of Crescent City has been A Co.’s ledge in lhe Willow Springs district.
The Linkvills and Klamath Wagon R< >ad
Jackaon recently laid a wager with T. T. Company have commenced work on their toll elected a Supervisor of Del Norte county anil The tunnel will tie completed iu about a Church last Sunday eveaing to a good-sized us that the vote of Josephine county was can
In fact everyth i tie from the finest need I e
McKenzie that, in case Garfield and Arthur road.
the people are to he congratulated on their i month and machinery tor crushing quartz congregation. He is an able aud zealous labor vassed Monday. Hancock received 80 major to a thresliihg-tMacuine. Give u« a call and
judge for von twelves a» lo our capacity of
. put in position before long. There is er in the cause of religion and deservedly ity. When we consider that quite a number , furnishing
were elected, they would each pay him a sack
good» as above.
G. Karewski is selling off his goods cheap to choice, for he will make a first-class officer.
¡considerable good ore on the dump and popular.
of votes cast for Whiteaker last June were
of Hour an<l pack the same on their shoulders
The way to make money is to nave it. Te
make room for an immeuse stock from the
much more in sight. This ledge is oue ot
thrown away on Weaver, it will be seen that save it buy cheap. To buy cheap pay CASH
from their residences in town to the Jackson
Hon. J. B. Sifers returned from the Willam
everybody says the Singer sewing machine is ¡the best in the Slate and will probably
Josephine responded nobly in support of the for your goods and buy of
ville steam-mil), a distance of about a mile;
* REAMES BROS.
ette valley Wednesday, where he has been
better for all purposes than any machiue in the prove remunerative to its proprietors.
Democratic ticket. In proportion to the
Mr. McKenzie to pay anil deliver to each of
market. I). H. Feathers is the local agent. *
vote cast, she gives a larger majority for Han
them a like quantity of flour in the same man 2,000 gallons ot sorghum syrup of a superior
A shland E lection .—The town election on leaves for his home in Josephine county in a
M rs. J. M. McMcCully this week received
than any other county in the State and
ner in the event of Hancock and English's
the 1st resulted in favor of the ticket nominated few days.
to front rank. All honor to her.
Circuit Court is in session and there is quite
election. The success of the Republican ticket
at au open meeting of the citizens of that
Jas. P. McDaniel, Pony Hampton, Johnny
being evident, Messrs. Solomon and Jackson an attendance from different portions of the
place. The temperance question was the only Cowan, Jacob Meyer and Henry Kubli left for
S ewing M achines .—Four different kinds of
death of his aged father in New Y’ork city.
will soon be called upon to fulfill their part of eonnty.
Leave of absence for one month, with per important one involved and the anti-saloou the Siskiyou mountains this week, intending new sewing machines have just been received
the agreement. The task is not altogether a
J. W. Cunningham had his hand severely
element was successful. Oue huudred and to be gone several days. They anticipate a at E. C. Brooks’ New Drug Store, vizi The
salubrious time, and they will get it.
funny one, but the spectators will no doubt injured the other day, but it is now slowly im mission to apply for au extension of three
Crown, Eldridge, New Home and New Ameri
months, is granted 2d Lieutenant William C. twenty votes were polled. The following was
see that they are not neglected in their walk proving.
can. They are of the latest and best improved
Browu.lst Cavalry, stationed at Fort Klamath.
C ircuit C ourt P roceedings .—The follow- l*attems in the world. Prices from $40 to $50.
ing-match. We have not learned when the
Work on the new town hall is progressing
business had been transacted in this Court
exhibition will take place.
rapidly and the structure will be finished be
Handsome windows sf stained glass are br J. H. Chitwood.....................
.. 4 /
G rand B all .— Madame Holt will give a so
ing put in the new Presbyterian Church and
party at her hall next Friday evening, to
P etition D enied .—The Board of Trustees
Officers present—Hon. H. K. Hanna, Circuit
The tax levied by the Board of Trustees is the floors are also being laid. The edifice G. S. Butler ........................
everybody is invited. The host of
met Monday evening to consider the petition
now due au<l payable to the Town Treasurer,
J. R. Tozer.............................
.. 85 Klippel, Clerk; J. B. Coates, Deputy Sheriff. music and sapper will be provided. Tickets,
of a number of our citizens, praying for the
E. M. Miller........................ .
State vs. F. M. Overbeck and R. H. Klippel;
construction of another story on the building
with a dangerous weapon. Defendants including supper, $2 50.
Three indictment« have been found against
Rostel and Sehninpf have advanced the price
now being erected by the town authorities,
rs . W m . T ippett , O swaco , N. Y., says:
H. C. Paige iu Umatilla county and Ins bonds
sentenced by the Court to pay a fine of $10 and I M
said addition to be used for public hall pur of shaving disappointed politicians on account
have worn an Improved Excelsior Kid
A. S. Jacobs.......................... .
ney Pad about threo weeks, and have re CASH HTOMEÍ
poses. No definite information as to its proba of their long faces.
A. J. Walls vs. J. B. Thomas; action for ceived great relief from it for pein in the
aame he has been remanded to jail aud his case
ble cost being at hand, D. Linn, who has the
back. See advertisement.
J. D. Fountain........................
State vs. J. M. Crickett; indictment for lar
other contract, was requested to approximate utmost care should be taken to prevent its
The Legislature passed several prohibitory
ceny. Trial by jury and verdict of guilty.
the expense and submit a re[>ort on the follow spread to the interior.
you WILL FIND THERE
State vs. A. C. Frick; indictment for larceny.
; measures, but none prohibiting Cardwell A Son Walter Phillips....................
102 Trial by jury and verdict of not guilty.
ing Wednesday evening, to which time the
Martin Latst, who has a vineyard on Jack-
I from keeping some of the best turnouts iu
EADES—PROVO LT— At the Morning Star
Board adjourned. At the appointed hour the sou creek, is furnishing the market with an
G. Karewski vs. A. W. Hawkett et al; to
Church on Applegate, November 10th, by
! Southern Oregon. Give them a trial and be
R eligious I tems . —Rev. M. A. Williams will recover money. Continued.
Rev. M. C. Miller. Win. Fades of Shasta
Trustees reconvened. Mr. Linn being called excellent quality of grapes.
State vs. D. A. Covert; indictment for arson.
hold service-) at the M. E. Church in this place
county, Cal., and Miss Ethlind Protolt of
upon,gave it as his opinion that the additional
W. H. Atkiuson of Ashland will soon move
Ashland College and Norma School will next Su iday morning.... Elder hi. Peterson Case on trial.
cost would be in the neighborhood of $2,400, into bis dwelling-house, which is one of the
i commence a uew term on the 25th and a large preaches at the Loue Oak school-house next pointed bailiffs.
making the grand total about $4.,>00, inde handsomest iu the couuty.
Silkt, Safin», Velvet»—Plain, Striped and
i attendance is expected. This institution of Sun lay morning... ,R«v. M. C. Miller holds
pendent of the lot, furuishment of the whole
Those who have promised us grain, flour and I learning is well patronized and gives general services at Sain’s valley on Sunday at II
P lot F rustrated .—An attempt at jail de
Brocaded—Farmers' Satin, Crinoline,
building, discount on scrip, levy and collection
the wife of Manuel Silva, a son.
wiMid are requested to respond at once, as 1 satisfaction.
o cluck a . m . aud at Antioch at half-past three livery by one or both inmates of the county
Sheeting, Domestic Prints, All the
of taxes, etc., which would amount to $1,500
DONEGAN—In Jacksonville, November
Winter is approaching fast.
Brands of Hosiery, Gloves,
Blanks of every description, such as deeds,
5th, to the wife of P. Donegan, aeon.
more. A majority of the Board deemed the
More cases of putrid sore throat, or diphthe mortgages and assessment schedules of all services at the Catholic Church on Sunday., -, last Wednesday. The jailer, R. M. McMena-
Corsets, Traces, Embroid
outlay of so great a sum of public money hard
ria, are reported on Wagner creek, but none kinds, for sale at the T imes office. Also a full I The quarterly meeting of ths M. E. Church my, discovered that two of the bars of the
eries, Ribbons, Iiuch-
ly justifiable, denied the prayer of the peti
will be held at Grant’s Pass to-morrow aud iron door had been broken out and put back in I
have resulted fatally of late.
ing s, Handker
tioners and the matter has been dropped for
ROBINSON—On Wagner creek, November
their places, also finding a pistol in the bed
We are under obligations to W. J. Plymale, the best forms.
7th, Robt. B. Robinson; aged about 32
tick, which gave color to the suspicion that
agent of the Connecticut Fire Insurance Com
P iano T uning .—Paul Schoen, piano-tuner an attempt would be made to escajw. Further
J. T. Forbes of Linkville has one of the
C ounty C ourt P roceedings .—The follow pany of Hartford, for favors.
SIFERS—In Jacksonville, at the residence JEWELRY, GROCERIES AND NOTIONS
cosiest ami best regulated public resorts iu and repairer, will be in Jacksonville about the precautions were taken, and it is not likely
of Henry Klinpel, Esq.. Novemlier 6th,
ing proceedings were transacted at the Novem
“The melancholy days have come, the sad Southeastern Oregon. He keeps a fine stock 20th of this month ready to attend to any bus that any more mischief will be attempted.
of congestion, Mary, only daughter ot
ber session of the County Court, held last week: dest of the year,” ami everybody goes to Dil
Hon. J. B. Sifers, aged 15 years.
of the best wines, liquors snd cigars, and has
R eal E state T ransactions .—The following
Officers present — Hon. 9. J Day, County lon's in quest of goodly cheer.
one of Brunswick, Balke A Co.’s celebrated guarantees satisfaction. Orders left at the deeds have been recorded in the County Clerk’s
TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CUTLERY,
Judge; A.-Alford ami R. A. Cook, Commis
: T imes office w ill be promptly attended to.
sioners; Henry Klippel, Clerk.
office since the last issue of the T imes .-
Elder R. H. Sherrill commences a scries of
CANDIES. Ao. >*r
In the matter of the petition of Henry Am
The “Del Norte Record” says: “The Wharf
Jas. Miller to Hezekiah Mathews, 157-15
L ast C hance .—Sawyer is taking large-sized
merman aud others for a county mad leading
Company have purchased an anchor of 4,500
acres in Eagle Point preeiuct. Consideration,
from the stage road near G. Naylor's place ning, continuing over Sunday.
! pictures that are hard to beat; alao every other •1,000.
Hituaied eight miles north of Jackson
•asterly to tbe
the northwest corner ot
all ’ s , J. M. Crickett, who was Wednesday con pounds weight, and a two-inch chain, which • style. If you want good work at low prices
ville, is offered for »ale at a bargain. It con
will be attached to a buoy and thus afford bet
tains 300 acres, all susceptible to cultivation
place. C. T. Payne, Jas. Helms and J. C. j
Birkhead appointed viewers, and Jas. Jeffery victed of larceny, will be sentenced by Judge ter security for any vessels which may be give him a call soon, as he intends leaving for Iu tbe dental ranks will never occur if you and under fence, besides being well water
I Ashland next week,
ed. A good dwelling-house and a com
Hanna to-day, at two o’clock p. M.
surveyor, to report at the next term.
caught here in a storm.”
are particular with your teeth, and cleanse modious barn and outbuilding« are npon
Bridge across Bear creek, near the residence . An unusual amount of sickness has prevailed
them every day with that famous tooth-
F or S ale .—A second-hand stove, need but wash, SOZODONT. From youth to old the farm. For particulars apply on the
of Thos. McAmlrew, built by Jas. McDougall, (
UT nails, wrought ha He, cleat nails. Is’h
examined and received and warrant for $1,550 in Lake county this season. Malarial fever acre of sorghum, from which he made about I little. For further particulars apply to this age it will keep the enamel spotless and un- plácelo
nail«, finishing nail»-, fencing rail»,
seems to be the prevailing complaint.
ordered drawn in his favor.
impaired, 'lhe teeth of persona who use
horse-shoe nails, slid iron ni>>) »t< e' b«>r<e'
I 200 gallous of syrup. The experience of many office,
Resignation of J. G. Birdsey as Constable of • John Murphy informs us that the completion others also shows that the climate and soil of '
SOZODONT have a nearl-like whiteness,
and the gums a roseate hue, while the
Manzanita precinct accepted and John M.
of the bridge across True's gulch has been de
breath is purified and rendered sweet and
Fountain appointed in his stead.
cultivation of the cane.
1 ed two medals by the Oregon Stalo Agricul- ¡fragrant. It is compose of rare antiseptic VTOTtCE IS II KRF.BY GIVEN THAT I
ridle hit«, ‘■thiep». »( v»r- I i-n>e*
Now cornea Wm. Bybee and presents his of layed on account of scarcity of material.
Al. A T W I tural Soc’ety, the first of bronze and the iierb* and is entirely tree from toe objec LN have placed my notes and accounts in
toggle«. buck les. ring». ».r.i*, Doodle»«
ficial bond as tax-collector, d the sum of $10,-
Tidings says that J. F. : second of gold, the difference in the value
and thread, Imirbi n-L.4- si d < it ••••«ib».
000, with J. B. Wrisley, L. Solmon, Jas. Ham
Presley of Ashland now has his handsome little of the two indicating the increaae in tbe es- Pastes, Ac.
I »HN Míí I
programmes, ball tickets, business cards, teach barber shop completely furnished, and even le*n? of the
lin, E. Jacobs aud P. N. Ficke as sureties.
unity wbich » year’» irW
knowing themselves indebtod are requested
Applications of W. W. Cardwell and F. A. er's certificates of excellence, rewards of merit, , _
¡of the remedy has induced. For all dis-
M r . J. H. B ates , Newspa;>er Ad verti«1ng to make prompt payment when account»
FJSTassortment nt lx •If«, »e>«*sv». (tie sn«t
Huffer for scholarships in ths State University
copper rivet*. ra-p». fili-«, piugfacr*f
circulars, pamphlets aud every ¿ascription of to visit his rooms while on their businew tours ' uusurpa.ssedi Don’t fuil to try it« Ask Ageut, 41 Park Row, (Times Building,) New shall become due.
York, is authorised to contract for ad ver-
nippors, tongs and hsinmir«. pt
Bills to a considerable a.no jut wire audited .
Meemebta ih the TIMka at our best ratea.
Jacksonville, Sept. M/
AHEAD AS USUAL!!
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
Ever Known in a Regular Business,
larg : T STOCK!
ALL FOR CASH!!
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Of the Most Popular Styles.
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