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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1880)
The trial of the Covert case was delayed
P iano T i ’. mmi —Paul Schoen, piauo-tunef
R eal E state 'I kansai lioss. —The following
We still have a vivid recollection of the C. I
i C. W. R , and hope our citizens will not let two days l»y the serious illness of the wife < f
deeds have been recorded :ii the County Clerk s and repairer, will be' in Jacksonville about the
one of the jurors (Mrs. Jas. McDonough), be
20th of this month ready to attend to any bus
Rain at laat.
this enterpr ise fade from view.
Geo. Beith of Roseburg has gone to the Cow office since the last issue of lite T imes :
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iness in his line. He is a first-claM artisan and
Winter seems to ba here.
A chi!<l of Levi Miller bf Missouri Flat has
Schultz, mining property in Jacksonville. .«u.-irnntees satisfaction. Orders left at the
! been seriously ill, but is now recovering under
D ied —ileo. Brawley, of Phce.iix, died at
Gen. R. V. Ankeny of the Government set-
A*hlan«l has a brass band.
T imi s otlice will l«<- promptly attended to.
The ease of Tims Smith vs. Caro A Lautn, vice is in town.
ill's resnlelce last Tuesday of lung fever, after
Rsad the new aIvertisements.
Jeptlia Hampton to Chas. Schultz, mining
S ewing M a < » iinfs —Four different kinds of
a brief illness. The deceased has been a resi I
i Now is the time to advertise your holiday decided in favor of the plaintiff at a recent
W. C. Myer has returned home from his trip property in Jacksonville. Consideration. $25.
learning has almost terminated.
uew sewing machines have just been received
dence of that place for the past few years and
goods. The public wants information where
to VV asliington Territory.
Latkin aud Lewis McDaniel ’<• C'. W . Ta_v • «t E C. Broi-ks’ New Drug Store, viz: The
was generally respected. He was about 65
I it can get the best for the least.
Mr. Vance of California is in the valley at lor, property on Butte creek Consideration, Crown. Eldridge, New H«unc ar:d N< w Ameri
Sickness about Linkville has abated.
„1 L.ke county h.ve ...1,1 iPr*lu*
years of age.
can. They »»re of the latest atid best linpioved
pr sent looking fora farm.
Blanks of every description, such as deed-.
patterns in the world. Price from $40 to ?50
It wras snowing as we went to press.
R. 1'. Baldwin to W. L. Johnson, property
Mrs C. C. Beckman last week returned from
L kap -Y ic . v R P arty .—The young ladies man
mortgages and assessment schedules of all
Buckwheat cakes are now at the front.
I Valley, Cal., for$22 50per head.
a brief visit to Eugene City.
in Ashland precinct. Consideration, $200.
aging the leap-year party, to be given on
Pra«pector« will rind n full line of ininiii
kinds, for sale nt the T imes office. Also a full
An elegant lot of rewards of merit for teach-
Mud has re-appeare«l after a long absence.
J. A. Chastain to M try J Chastain, proper blank«, printed nf er il «* 1 a’f-M and l-e*t
Christina* eve, request us to state that it w ill
VV in. Mensor has so far recovered from his
line of Justice’s and Constable's blauks after
fill 111*, oil bund al the ’! I” I « « ff.u t' A I mo a
in l’hu*nix. Consideration, $250.
take place at Veit Schutz’ hall. They will
The woods have adopted the Winter styles.
recent illness as to be able to be about again.
the best forms.
*U] |>! a « 1 < « | | ’• ! » « ’ •
have immédiat« supervision of the supper,
C. W. Savage is still improving hi* premises.
Fr ink Ennis has gone to Galice creek to look
A correspondent of the ••Sentinel" denies the
v liich i« a guarantee of it* excellence. Tick
Owing tu the exceedingly dry Fall grass has
after the mines over which he is luperintemlent. in Phcemx. Consideration, $1.
a ri.iv i K i o. Í * Î I it -J ? eí* * I».
Miners are now getting their picks sharp- ¡not begun to sprout well as yet. and more sensational story floated by our coteui. that
Eliza Dingman to Dorothea Mayer, property
■/.<: • VI i* a < « tiij osltion of
Marion Arant of Lake county has returned
in .Ashland. Consideration, $460.
the pui«-*t at.<i < li<> < 4II git < i< nta of the
I hay than usual will be needed for stock.
Pass, one of which boro the inscription; “Sic from the north, accompanied by his newly
Tur. W EAT11KH.—The atmosphere clouded
Fancy printing of every description is our
Wm Hoffman, executor of estate of S. 1 (ir.eiilal vogo albe kin: «loin. Every ingre-
The Thanksgiving dinner am! ball given at Semper Tyrannis.”
• lieiil i* well known in lii.ve a bem r.cial ef-
Vb Tuesdav and that night wd had some snow. specialty.
Humphrey, deceased, to Jacob Ish, land in te«-t on i lie teri li riinl glim*. 11 .* embalming
Ashlaml for the benefit of the «listrict school
Next day rain began to fall, since which time
Corlies Meritt and N. A Jacobs of Ashland Willow Springs precinct. Consitleration, $1, <>r an:i-epi><• piopeiiv and aromatic fra-
Improvements for the year 1880 are about was a success, about $145 being cleared.
looking out the best route for the railroad from passed throuji town this week for Waldo,Jose 800.
we have had copious showers at regular intei-
craiH-e make it i* l«»i!et luxury. fvOZO-
at an end.
Do.XT remove* nil <ti-:igiepitl>le <>dora Item
John Fraley will soon commence business in Winnemucca to the \V illamette valley. I1 phine county.
vils. Every industry has needed this change
L Hubert to Frank Kasshafer, property in ilie bloatli cati-e«l l>y oaiarili, l>sd teeth,
the store-room ill the Masonic building ad represents the Scotch company, now building
x»f weather and few will complain because it
,Ve. It is «ni i< y h/e in in ilie injurioua
I). S. K. Buick of Myrtle creek, who has Jacksonville, (.'onsuleration, $5.
am) mrid proieitic* <>1 tooth paMea and
joining Dr. Chitwood * place of business.
the Oregonian railro.nl.
ires commenced raining. Let the elements you county.
be« n in Jacksonville for several days, returned
powdet s, vv h <-l« «iesiroy the enamel. One
A. J. (’>ok of Applegaje is constructing a
A P remium for A ll .—We have made ar- bottle lusts six iiionth*.
Unusually cohl weather for this time of the
I he report that a member of Isaac Skeeters' home Saturday.
I rxngeim-nts whereby we will furiish as a premi
year prevails east of the Rocky Mountains,and family, now residing near Waldo, bad died,
Paul Sebeen, the well-known piano-tunsr, is
RKbiniovsI tems .—Rev. M. A. Williams will
MIts. J IL W ii .- on . T Ilin. Ohio, says:—
Considerable snow has fallen on the sur much inconvenience ami loss is reported.
proves erroneous. Although some of them in town and ready to attend to all orders in his um to every subscriber of the T imes w ho pay*
hold services at Browusborough next Sunday
I have woiiiitn Improved Excelsior Kid
Co'. J. N. T. Miller has manufactured about have been quite sick, they are row improving line in a sttpeiior manner.
ney I'. k I, mid ltceived more relief than
tnorning.... Rev. D. A. Crowell preaches a»
8 ttkrs’ Guide,” a valuable work ami *tandar«l from all h medic* I have ever tried. I
under the treatment of Dr. Spence.
Mirant's Pass next Sunday morning.... Elder
Chas. Duncan, Chas. Trefethcn and Mr
elicci fui !v re«-«>nitneiiil it to all sufferers.
will also make a large quantity of brandy.
The various School Superintendents of tin Redman ot Josephine county were in the val authority on everything pertaining to our land See advertisement.
N Peterson preaches at the M >uml District ty cases being on docket.
system. It gives accurate information how to
Th«- troubb’s in Ireland areof a serious nature, State met at Salem recently and adopted text ley this week after suplilies.
J. N. Thomas an-1 family have removed to
a.huol-house next Sunday morning. ...Ebler
tell township ami section cmuers, how to home-
M r . I. H. R ates . Newspaper Advertising
but they do not deter 1’1} male from giving tin books for our public schools. The result ha-
I'. W. Gilbert will hold services at Phot iix on Ashland from Linkville.
J. W. H oward, a merchant of Lakeview, s'ead and jire-empt laud, how to enter laud XKent,41 l’ai k How.(i'irnes Building.) New
utmost satisfaction to his numerous patrons.
not vet been definitely announced; but we learn
E. Fiitner of Cilifornia proposes starting a
was iu town this we« k, returning home with umler the timber culture law, desert land law, York, i* mil borirci to eoiitiact for adver
that several new books were adopted.
tisement* in llie Tt m » * at our beet ratea.
skating-rink at Ashland.
his family the day after his arrival.
etc. It 1« meetin«-’ with a large sate ami ehmihl
At the last meeting
L O. O F. E lcction
T imes office. Printing in colors aud fancy
We are in receipt of .a pamphlet on “The
Miners and farmers are looking more cheer
I.. I’ Fisiii n, Adveiii'ing Agent, 21 Mer
Wm. Jacoby, nephew of Postmaster Muller <>f be in the hands of everybo<ly. Here is an op
of Jacksonville Lxlge No. Iff, I. (). O. F., the
work done in the best shape and at low rates- Chinese -and the Chinese Question," by Jas. A
’ Exchange, s.-m Er <iicisi'o, i* Author
this place, is expected from San Francisco to of charge. As this offer stands only until the ised io rccei ve a IV <>i i tboiiiviils -for the col
f blowing officers were electvtl for the ensuing ful since la n commenced.
The Jacksonville Reading Room Association
There i* considerable sickness about Klamath
morrow to take the position of deputy.
te m: Henry Khppel, N G.; A. H 5 »g’y.
first of Januai y, j»arties «lesiriug to avail them umn* <il t-ii i* pa i er
V. G.; Silas J. Day, R. S.; Hertn m Helms. Agency and Fort Klamath.
Mr. Tolen, a relative of the late Senator Tolen selves of tin* offer shotibl <!o so at once.
d'he Aurelian Literary Society collapse* with it. will give it further attention hereafter.
1’. S.; John Miller, Treasurer; K. Kubli, W
of Josephine comity, arrived from the East last
County scrip is taken at par on ohl and new
R eligious A ppointments . — The fidlowii g
For the finest wed ling cards and invitations Sunday and took passage on Garrett's express
J. Ply male and T. B. Kent, Trustees, The
Our imp of «larkness ha* received the first 1
accounts with the T imes office.
Re . M. C. Miller s appointments for De
programmes, ball tickets, business cards, teach next day.
installation will take place on the evening of
J. P. Parker will start up the Big Butte invitation issued for the l.eaj» year party ami | er a certificates of excellence, reward* of merit,
is making extensive preparations fur the event, i
Dan Cawley, the veteran stage-driver, is
steam saw-mill at an early day.
First Sabbath — Manz'n ta. at 11 o’clock a .
circulars, pamphlets ami every description ot
Hovvar«! took the time by the sun one i plain urn! fancy printing, go to the T ime * office. quite ill with erysipelas, but is being carefully M ; Heber Grove, 3:32 P. M ; J i ksmivilla,
A R are I nducement —The November num
A. W. Sturgis has been furnishing this mar
attended by i< ka lube of Red Alen, of winch I*. M.
«lay this week and found that the clocks ami
her of that most excellent periodical, the “Cal ket with excellent sweet cider.
Secon«! Sa’-bath —Sam’s Vail« V, at 11
lie is a member.
ifornian,” is ou our table, replete in rea-LibL-
3:3;) I* M
P. Moore of Ashland his invented a sulky
cr.i of the fair sex hope to see the masculine at
Mrs. Jas. McDonough of Wdlovv Springs
articles, many of which are able and full of
Thiol Salihitli — B.oivnsboroug’i, at 11 A M.;
plow and will apply for a patent.
tire many of the lailies have a«lopted disapp« ar has been quite ill, but vve are pleased to learn E.au'le Point, 3 30 P. M
information. The subscription pr e* is $t;
Road Supervisors shoulil commence making!
F««urtli Si'ibath—Neil * school Im i*«' at J)
but we will furnish it in connection with the
out their reports soon, as they must be in by with it, unless they make the outfit complete hat shu is now recovering. Dr. Geo. Kahler
A. M. and also eveinn-.- Iw-fore Ashland, 7 P. M
. .s m attendance.
T imes for $3. payable iq advance. Here is an
the January term of the County Commissioners'
Holiday advertisements, such as announce Court.
up,M>rlunity forgetting the two at a greatly
R eturned .—We learn mat Willie Palmer,
P. L'ehely of Josephine county was in town
ment* of parties, etc., are in order.
Snider's steam flouring null at Willow [the other day. He will probably return to who disappe ire 1 from \\ illi.ims creek rather
Dr. Danforth elsewhere calls on those indebt
The A. O. U. W. meet this evening. So ed to him on account to settle by January 1. Rauch, Modoc county, Cal , was burned re i lacksonville next Spring aud engage m the mysteriously a few years ago, ha* turned ti(> all
E lection of O ffutr ; — At a stated couiic J
riuht. It seems that the boy ran away from
He means business, a* his notice will cently, to-eiher with a great portion of the manufacture of brick.
docs A-iarel Chapter No. 2, (). E S.
of Oregonian-Pocalionta* Tribe No. 1, im-
wheat raised in G «o*e Like valley tilt* season
ne and wended his way to the Willamette
N. DeLamatter, one of Josephine county’s
D'i ran Bros. <«f Table Rock will build a test-fy.
(«roved Order of Red Mett, held on the sle ip of
Loss, $15,000. Thu property waa parttally in
where he lias been living since, unti'
most enterprising niei'chants, is paving Jack
The various Bajitist churches of Jackson and
»lie "Oth sun, Beaver Moon, the following oili- handsome dwelling-house next Spring.
sonville a visit. He w ill return in a few days, last week, w lien lie returned to VV d!i iuia cred,
Mr. Kme ha* recently erected a neat <lw>ll- Josephine counties will hold their regular
c«-r* were elected fur the ensuing term: : Sach-
none the worse for his experience. A long and
Some of our saloons have put up new screens, accompanied by Ins family.
m.mthly meetings to-inurrow, continuing over
$tn, Chas. Nickell; Senior Sagamore, T. T. mg house in III.- southern portion of town.
thoiouuh search w-as made for him at the time
a rose is
Geo. Li. 1 ’eck has resumed his position in the of his disappearance, and considerable excite
McKenzie; Junior Sagamore, J*s. G Bir.lsey, ! The roads were «piite dusty up to last Tues Sumlay.
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bora to blush unseen, am! waste its trac rance
Farmers will find those order books at the
Trustees, E. D. Fviudray, Henry ,1’ape, Sr., day night, something unusual in Oregon.
on the desert air; full many a nip is
erator and has many friends who will always ill connection wuli the affair His father ami
( Better than a lett-r to your friends in the T imes office cheap and handy. They can be him! the s ret-n, aud cloves, ami c
u*e.l at any time for drawing order* on stores,
be pleased to lea’ll of his success.
mother are now living tn Eastern Oregon, no
East: A copy of the T imes sent regularly.
are eaten there.
A lmost a F ire .—Jacksonville had another
A tine assortment of toys will he sol«l at cost
F. W. Sawyer li is returneil from Josephine Jonht still oblivious of the vv hereabouts of then
A wagon-road is being built across the
escape from tire one night recently. It seems
mountains b -tween the L -use creek mines ami ■minty with th s family ami will spend a few son.
that some one struck a match at the bar of «luting tiie next thirty day* by Mensor Bros.
last wills ami testament*. The morning air
Madame Helt's hotel, evidently to light a can
M ixes in J osephine C ointy .— Sheriff By
Daley A Co., the we’l known Ashl in 1 Archi will soon be resonant with tile screams of «ly the ranch of Jos. Pullock on Jump oil Joe week* in photographing at Ashlaml. He takes
. o::::ds, Weak Back mid
c t-i k. The enterprising people of th.it section i good picture and merits liberal patronage.
dle, and had tluoun the burning lemnant into tects, have been busily engaged during 1880.
bee got back from Happy Camp last Saturday,
doing the work in 1 w ill no doubt be great
the match box, which was blazing high when
Calls and Lameness
Wm. Chapman of Kerbyville was severely
D- put}' Sheriff M.-Men imy is now traveling ly benefit« 1 by it.
Marshal Crosby came to the rescue sometime hurt by falling from his wagon the other «lay.
yesterdav, vn route tor Applegate, ucompanie«! the mines near Waldo, in which lie is intei -
over the county inquest of taxi-*. Money being
afterwards. As it was very late when ihu cir-
The assessme it of property in this sell«---! b\ M hs . s Lol« and Mary Layton. 1 lie latter ested, w 11 so< in be in running order. 'I he old
Farinei* ar«- getting rea-ly to speed the plow, rather scarce, he 1* not meeting with magnifi
finu*tan-.'e occurred, it will readily he seen
«listrict lias been mi-le by J. 11 HnfF.-r, Schoo! i* fast recovering from hci recent serious attack ditch, six miles in length, lias been enlarge«!,
' is tile ground is almost iu the right coiniition. c nt success.
limt the town * escape was narrow. Il id th
while cousi'lerable ne«v dr ch lia* been «log
Cb-rk, showing taxable property to thcanionut ! ■t *1« kues*.
W- t weather ha* arrive 1 and thers is a «•t $321,531.
Franco-American been consumed, many «’.her
use«! at the Centennial
Th - four-mill tax w ill r.ii-t
Major Ja*. T. Gl.-tni, who lia* been spend- I I’be giant and pipe
CPUT-IT"! e? <'.Ir^iieCr.r; X£ucn«,
buildings wuubl have shared the same late. *
now being set up bv
$1,285 32. the col!e-”ion of wiiich will soon l><
g several week* a«u>uiz bis nianv frieml* in mine <m Galice ereek is
Cu:'.L2oa, Crt-cLLi.^ l’auus la tho
p.isse«! h.»t ilrink*. He knows how-to cater fur i-miiiiiiiinl by Mr. ilud.r.
-, These «ligguiji are not tar
l^cad, 1’etDl L'rcnth, Lcafncss,
in county, return 1 to Oakl md. Cal, Wm Fa: i U in
F rom A rizona .—JoLu Q. Latta ami Cha* I -s. R.ipp for another supply of excellent ap the public taste.
VVliner A C-«., ami proi-pictiug
r..'A any Catarrlal Complaint,
e f -lep u t of tin* Week.
e hope to see
H Haig .Mine, vtho have just returned from a ples.
The Le.-q» \ Y«-ar
Lo exterminated Ly “Wei Te
party <>n Chriitmas Ève
i'.H ) i \en the proprietors
er '25 o
the .J.u ks -nville district i
film so--ii again.
’. 'icycr’s Cat nr: fi Cure, a Const!«
triptoAriz >ua, are *atis!ie«l that «here are many
prom:*- s to 1« a ma-id snece**. E«‘crybody ì-
tn are i mm re-i-lenti
The M E. Church at Ashland is in rece pt
tntlonsil Antidote, hy Abfcorp-
F. Offenbach, Lrotl:er-iu law of John 0 'h
worse ulace* than Southern Ore-on. They ie-
goto, e.-qieciaHy tlieir Mister*, t.nir cousin* amountii g t« > nearly $2(>0 j
on The most Impr,;-tunt Eli-
of .i new oig.ru of great power and ex«« Hint
of thi* Jilai---, is expect i to arrive in Jackson
I nterest — The act relating t«i inter«-t
mining re»oui<e« of that Territory
and their aunt*.
cvToi'j- since Vaccinatioxu
-«■mew hat of an increase over t’.e atten lance <
ville in a few days, ac ecompanx- I by his family pi«-se>l Dy I lie list Legislature will not go into
vast and rich, but only m« n of capital can de
I he \\ .i-tier creek district school will not open the col respoml::« g time last } ear.
He comes all the w ay from German}', intend- i-ffect until the : 23 ! of Januarv, 1531,'ami j>ar-
velop them. The outlix k for }« ting men is
unfil after the holidays. 1’he disease prevail
\\ c h ive * sn(> -1 -Iy of iron«:! « I ami common i ig to parchase a farm and locate among us.
ties having tnom-y to loan ; or wishing to invest
auything but encouragn g ther-, black nnihs
mg among the children oi that section has no*- li m'i*, sp.-cii» mg mti-r. st at the rate «>!
unity warrants should take
and car|xnt«r* al<-uu timln-g anything like
G«-n. E. L. Apple.ate pissed through ton II in county
abated, ho a ever.
12 per cent
A* the ne-v interest law goes into
The D c-mber term of the County Commis
steady employment. In time this stat« of
Situr liv, en route for Salem, vherethe "íes- the intervening time. After that «late 10 j»er
1 lie footrace atinouncc<l to take place at < ib.ct «-ii tl.e . 23,1
««f January next, those win«
things will no doubt change ami other* I e.*ul<.s sioners' and 1 lobate Court* will be held next
ideutial Elector« for Oregon, of winch lie is cent, will be flic maximum rate of interest,
FhcBoix, betwe-m Rwbt. M «ore ami Geo. Dan h.i'<• nmiiey
an«l accounts to get iu
mi ting sj«eculatur* and shurj s will then have week.
-me, lint last Wedm s-lay and cast their vote- while State ami county scrip will draw' only
lap, has been declared oil, one of the parties should invest in a book iiiiimdi.ite'}’.
a living show.
The “Tillings” says the Ashlan-l woolen fac
tot President and \ icu President, according to 8 per cent. M-«m-y belonging to the sell««« 1
failing to respond.
fuml can also be obtain«-«! at 8 per cent. Tl-is
tory i< uu.ible to supply the demau-1 for its
R eturned .—We last week receiz««l a call
with the range tor th - new J. ek-mit' ill-* hotel,
law in no wav affects c«mtracts made previous
W. D C'orpe of Linkville passed througu
from J. C. Whiteaker an«l H C Perkn.s ot
act of the last L ■gislaturc, will hereafter meet which was cast by Law ton ¿t Skinner of that
to the date above given.
T. (.!. has several liun-!re«l dollars to loan on
tow ii the other «lay, en route for Roseburg, i
F.ugene City,' who have just return--«! from
at Salem on the first Mondays of October and jilace, and is a tine pii-co of woiknianshi|>.
<goo«l security. R-.nl In* advertisement else-
.efter freiclit. Since the new Constitution of
L<k* county. The latter gentle nan has been
M ireh of each year.
1 iiey have received coal from Penn*}Ivania and
I S F W ool M arket .—Tiier« is a f..ir in
I'abforni.i went into ( fleet much freight for quiry «>n E.ist«-rn account. C«»mpetition, how
surveying swamp and other lain!* for the State,
L M Nickerson, U. S. Indian At’eiit, sold are |irepared to do any kind of casting.
Veit S ’blitz has h.i I his billiard table thor-
- In* end of Lak.” county comes vi.i Portlaml, ever, is not lively. Transactions are generally J
H. EÜSSÎâL, mrEIETOB.
while th« former has been representing Oicgon
five horses, live tnuie* ami four oxen, c<»n
Wm. Hoffman ami Theo. Cameron, execu <s that instrument allows no discrimination in conlined to good lines. - Defective pau *ls c >n-
in the listing of lauds lielouging to us, in winch
dcinn«-«! government property, at the Klamath t«:r*of tin: estate of U S Hayden,*«ihl 30 shares
favor of Oregon at Re«lding.
tinue out of favor. We quite as ftdlow'S:
transaction Gen. R V. Ankeny, who returned m town.
ajviicy ¡¿LSI M oir lay.
in tile Ja«'k*on Count}’ Lain! Association ami
HE UNDERSIGNED, BEING STA-
.from east of the mountains at the same time,
Th«r new town hall lias been enclosed and
A didet’ation from Ash’aml’s Rebekali de- Eastern Oregon sells at I7(o,21c. for inferior,
Quite a number of stinb-nt* from Mo«loc, seven Angora goat* at auction last Saturday.
lioned at Ashland again, has turned liia
appeared for the General G »vermnent. We will be forwarded to completion as soon as
. rce l««<Le panl Ruth Rebekah bulge of this ami 2l@27e. for choice. Fine light fleece Val entire attention to the
Ilie former wer.- Ind in by C (’. Beekman for
lcaru that the negotiat on* were perfectly sat- tHissible.
place a fraternal visit last Monday evening. leys come about 2'.)z<i3ffe., while common grades
lan«l College iq»<»ii the coinineiiceuieut of th«’ $150 ami the gnat* were purchased l»y Max
isfactory, each party seeming to think that
¡ I lie visitor.* were A D. H«-lman, E. J. Far- are nominally 25(<i.26c. t* lb. Oregon Lambs
The dry weather just emled has been f.ivor- new term last week.
M idler for $16.
the best had beeu done for the people.
low, A P. Ball and their w ives, Mrs. Ab. Gid- arc quotable at 25c. (i !t>
able for building ami carpenters have made the
We learn that the attemlants of the M. E. <lin-_’s, ami last, but not leist. our jovial frieml
and i* ful’v prepared to fill all orders tu
The meat stock of visiting card* ever brought
best of it.
P rob ate C ourt . — I'tie followin g proceed inee lin* line with neatiie«* and dispatch and a
to()i e-Oii--- gdt-c«lge«l, r»e' el-eilged, plain white, I I < httrch propose favoring the chil Iren with a J. D. Fountain. After lodge a stnnj»ttiotis re
I mfrhuned .—James Hart, a young man
The New York Store is still in the field with snow fl ike, chromo, etc.—has just been receiv Christmas tree, which will also be the occasion
have transpired in this Court—Judge Day pi i«-e* to mt die time«.
who mined on Jackass creek not long sin« e »
past, spread a’ the Club I! min by Grob & L!*
MOST MEN l'ÿ, TABLETS, HEAI-STONMI
of appropriate exercises. It lias been many rich, wa* part ik«’n of. The occasion proved a presiding—since our last report:
was sent to the [» nit« ntiary from B iker conn
ed at the T imes office.
In the matter of the estate of Salomon Hum Executed in any deM-ription v>f marble,
years since the holiday* have been enlivened pleasant one ami was thoroughly enjoyed.
ty, at the last tern» of the Circuit Court, fur
Eveiy variety of cemetery and other »tone*
Card well's teams have been thoroughly re
dece-i*««!; petition to pay money to , work exemited in a *ali*fact«>ry manuer,
Small-pox continues itnabati-d in San Fran
in thi* manner, ami we hope the matter will
eight years. He was charged with and con
cruited, while h s vehicles are among the best
S< h «o’. Land Boar«! am! on subsisting liens. Siw»cia! ait«‘ntion given io ord«*r* from aRjf
victed of the crime of coinmittiug rape on his cisco and vaccination would not be out of order in the Stat«-, enabling him to furnish excellent not fall through.
A bout I nsane P eople —Tl»e San Francisco Gr.ante«!.
1 pait ot Southern Oregon. Addiexs
In th«’ matter of th«* estate of Geo. M<- I
raarrietl sister during her husband’s ab-«nee. even here.
.1. H. RUSSELL, Anhlniid, Or.
The Postmaster General, in his report, favors • Chronicle,” referring to the number ot insane
tin no.its on short notice.
Kni -lit, «leceaM*«!. Final «t*'’e««'«-iit of Sarah
Hart wrote to E. Mauville, in whose employ
Nort. Eddings is visiting Canyonville and
I he son ot the Earl of Airlie, who recently
McKn eht, administratrix, tile«’ ami Tuea«lay,
he was while here, informing bun that he w as Milo Mathew* is temporarily tilling hi* place
exceeding $5 to live cents and to ext.-nd the 1 ty’, make* this place thq butt «if one of it* Feb. 8:h, appointe-l as <Liv for hearing same. MBS. P I*. PRIM.
visite«! Jai ksonville, got on a big drunk in San
the victim of a “put-up job, an«l reque-tiog on the box.
maximum limit of an older from $50 to $100, jokes. That very witty journal forgets to ad«l
Francisco ami challenged “Toni Collins” t>
I so that the increased commission received far that a majority of those lunatics are recent
that he lend his assistance in clearing the mat
T he C overt T rial .—The examination
Squire L. Tinkhani of Little Butte is quite light a duel the papers say.
witnesses in the Covert case closed Tues
large orders may offset the loss resultiig from resident* of California, often being spirited
I ill. th ough hi* condition is not as precarious as
low, returning last week, He says that Hart it lias been.
the reduced fee.* for small orders.
across the line to sa l lie the expense of keep- day, and Wedne-drty wan consumed bv the
ia entirely innocent and hopes to
Jacksonville is also
Tn< re will be a total eclipse of the inoon on
Now is the tune to publish settle-up notices mg them onto this State,
covering. He will not sutler the loss of any of
terday delivered his charge to the jurors
release in due time.
1 the morning of December 16th, visible on the
and get your bill-heads, letter-heads, state known as the place, where the traveling agent (which was able an I ex'i uist've), an I they
hi* fingers, as at first feared.
ments of account, envelopes, notes, re«'eipts, of the “Chronicle, ’ C«>1. Phillips, mistook salt re'»red at about half past two o’clock P. m U’E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW
"" L e < » ion or H onor .—The Court House was Pacific coast.
I able Ro«-k Encampment holds its election I
and everything else iu the comiir.-rci.il line at f.«r beet sugir; b it he was still roaming at to deliberate on a verdict. Up to the time it uii -I « ooipiete stock of Millinery goods,
packed to overflowing with ¡«eojde last Friday I Chas. C. Parker, formerly of P-ig Butte, lias
of officers next Tuesday evening. Ruth Re- I
the 1 i vies office, for the time for ye irly settle large at last account*.
evening to witness the entertainment given by removed to Salem, where he recently cominit-
of go i g to press yesterday evening they
bekah Degree Lodge will elect officers one
ments is almost hem. E ico irag i local indus
the Legion of Honor. The exercises, notwith 1 te«i matrimony.
were st ill out.
HATS or ALL STYLES,
week from n«xt Monday evening.
try by keeping your money at home.
M elon S yrup .—M H. M »rri*on of Sim’*
standing the short time in which they were
The I,-e.;ion of Honor extends thanks to Prof.
N otice —The memliers of Burner Lodge Kill BON S,
Sheriff Bybee starte«! another drove of tine
. prepared, proved quite interesting and of an L. L Rogers for hi* services m its behalf last
Madame Holt having discharged her Chi valley has our thanks for some excellent syrup,
FEA ill. RS,
lio-’s, numbering 120 hea«l, for H ippv C 'amp nese employes scut to Si ni Fra ibisco for two manufactured from melon* on Geo. A. Jack- No. 23, A O. U. W , are request««! to he pres
excellent character. The address of Prof. Friday evening.
tir-t-elass cooks of the American persuasion,
Kogers was exhaustive, able and abounding in
Frank Wilton, the actor, lias quit the stage exported to that place this season.
who arrived this week and
•tatistics. Quite a number of signatures were
hai e already com n irv ptirp’ise* * -e«n* eq 1 d to th ’ best imported of importance w ill co ns up for tri i*.ic -ion.
ami gone into the pateut medicine business at
ohtained, all of which bespeaks a future pro
More new goods have just been receive«! by
''»Claim nto, Cal.
S W ise , Recorder.
ductive of good for the organization. After
K. Kubli, who can furnish hardware, sto-es, Madame is now prepared to furnish excellent whole of th - m -'on i* utilizi 1. b.’ing first run
Geo. Brow ii of Cardwell’* livery stable left
the exercises, officers for the ensuing three
agricultural implement*, general merchandise. accommodations and guarantees satisfaction. through a cider mill. The j lice
months were elected, viz: Jas. A. Cardwell,
. etc , of every description very cheap.
ORNAMENTS, 8II.KS, LACES,
The Champions of Honor of Jackson ami
si teiiey’.aml when done hi* all the appearance TRIMBLE—CORDER—<»n Griv«« < r • k.
President; G. A. Hubbell, Secretary; Miss Cora gone several «lay*.
Whenever your conscience bsgins to hurt you Josephine counties are flourishing. Victory
No' ember 22 I. I>v !•? lei 1'. G. Bi--w iling,
of molasses. Between sorghum and melon
1 lie Jacksonville district school closes its
Linn, Treasurer. Mrs. Florence Shipley, Mis*
we will thankfully receive that little amount Council of this place will mak • literary exer
Win. Trimble ami M * 1 : uri Corder.
syrup the foreign article will m time be almost ;
Isaie McCully and IL H. Klip’pel were ap- . first term to-d.iy. There will be no vacation due, as ;w.r statement of account rendered—
— M c D a NI-.L— Near Waldo,
cises one of the features of its semi-iiionthlv
('all and Mtethem at the build ag fionn«r-
pot u ted a committee on programme, when the : untd the hulid iy*.
«•’ not v . last week, Mr. Frake* I v o-«-upied by Hr. Robinson on Calit««rn-»
ami we hope it will soou begin to hurt.
meetings, which cannot fail of being popular.
aii«l Mi'* M- Daniel.
meeting adjourned without day.
This term of the Circuit Court is much more
Arthur Pool, the popular hotel keeper at
The San Francisco “Examiner” is now the Other councils are making steps forward an-1
ex,tensive than any one held in Jacksou coun i
D iversity of O pinion .—Mount M cLaugh- ¡
best paper published <>n the Pacific coast
HUNTERS’ EMPORIUM !
Ev- a handsome increase in membership may be ex Emile Point, elsewhere gives notice that he
ty for several year*.
lm commanded much attention from the people
will give a social j-arty at Ins new hall on (’ALDWEI I.— In Mansniita precinct. No
ery Democrat should lemi his aid toward keep pected.
C mi lid.ite* for Marshal are already coming
of this section laat Friday morning, many be
ing up this first class daily and weekly.
veniber '.3«l,t<>tiic wile of Win. S. Cald
Mensor Bros.,opposite the Post Office, as will Christmas eve. to uhi« h everybody is invited.
well, a son.
ing of the opinion that smoke was issuing from
Bargains in good farms, stock, etc , will be be seen by advertisement, have a complete and The Lest of music will be provided, while there
];< »\VE—In Table Rock precinct, November HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE
ita crater and that an eruption might be immi ly three mouth* hence.
found in the last column of the fourth page of first-class st<» k of goods usually found in a va
2<>th, t<> the wife of Mar.-eiius Rowe, a
The attendance at Prof. Scott’s party last
nent. This plea seemed plausible enough, as.
the 'I ime *. Read the advertisements umler riety store. Besides these they also h ive a nice ing the ball, there w ill !«■ Christina« tre« exer
' viewed from town, there was every appearance Friday evening was small, but those who were
"For Sale,'' and you can judge for yourselves. assortment of dry-goods, groceries, boots ami cises. A g«H>! time may be anticipated at BUN YA RD — Near
that a stream of smoke left the top of the there «lul not regret it.
18th. to the wife of James Bunyaid, a
shoes ami other articles of general merchandise Eagle Point during the holidays.
The preparatory dejvartment of Ashland They sell very reasonably and only a k a trial
mountain at regular intervals. This idea is
Those who have promised us grain, flour and
A (• JI — I ti A«-!ilnn<l.November 22«!, to the
of M rs. to coil' nice any one of this fact.
acmited by others, whotnaintain that that which wood are requested to respond at ouce, as
The Covert case proves to be one of the most
ile of l'i<-lmi't Roa h, n
Rogers, is flourishing and occupies new quar-
looked like smoke was merely fog rising from Winter is approaching fast.
Tims. Collins of Table R >ek, who went to iinjMirtaiitth.-it has ever liem trie.l in South
tern in the second story of the College build-
aotne of the canyons in which the country adja I
Silver Lake last Spring with A. It Chase,«am! ern Oregon. A multitude of witnesses were
The extremely cohl w eather vve have had for
cent to the maun tain abounds; «bile still
with a band of cat-
«ome time past is at an end fur the present, to
other« hold that it was nothing but an over
Dr. Danforth last Sunday set Hugh John- tic belonging to another buyer, returned home most purely circuinstanti-iL The nttnr-eys— ABKINS—At Fort K hiin-it h, Nov emlx-i *. ii I.
Agnes zt«k ins. only child of Sergt. s. A-
the satisfaction of everybody.
hanging cloud. No definite conclusion was ar
stun’* shoulder, which was dislocated by the last w eek. 1'oin informe I us tii it he is ein- D strict Attorney Kent an-i Messrs. Prim and
kins; nued 9 months mi ! -?2 .V»v«.
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Business is slack at the Stalling mine, on ac accident that recently befell him. Johnston’s
rived at, aad the matter remains shrouded in
powered to buy 501 h«-a«l of yeulin.’s for par- Jones_ have conibatte«! the ground inch by
pUT nails , wrought nail«, cioat nail«, l*»h
mystery. The phenomenon disappeared in the count of the past dry weather, an-1 Superin injuries are severer than at first anticipated ami ties in Lake county, to be delivered in the inchand nianared their resjiecti'e sides with l jRIDLE bitt«. >iii i up*, »pur.*, ham-
I) toggle*, lot k 's, rings, aw:*, ncedi » vJ nail«. Anishin«? liai!*, fencing nt
course of a some hours and little has been said I
it will lie sometime before he is able to atteri;! Spring He reports fair price* ruling in the ability ami judgment. Much interest is man and tlir«»i-l, iii.rb.iDh«« »••»1 «-nrrv «-««ub
b>>r*<«-«ti->e tm.la.atul iron n ’ * >««! tx/r-,«
b»*-- >»f Appkip»*« for j>a-»im«
• *b«.ut it siner.
Ì »HN MILLE«*.
Calif« -ma nurfcst
1(. j»’4~l ia th«,
ASHLfeNJ WABBLE WORKS.
THE NEW MILLINERY STORE