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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1882)
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Cm E lection .-—The election for
A correspondent informs us that
A jretition for the extension of mail
Pacific Surgical Institute, 305
officers of Jacksonville for the ensuing
Thos. Mein und Miss T. Cleminens service from Sam's valley post-ofiioe
Kearney St., San Francisco, will be at ths
U. 8. Hotel, Jacksonville, March 15th and
MARCH 10, 18S».
Co.’s mines, is making a cleanup.
Strangers are abundant.
off quietly, though some excitement 16th, fully prepared to treat all Diieaaes
been forwarded to Washington. It Monday.
Considerable litigation over water prevailed and much interest whs taken and Deformities treated at thi» Iu»titnte;
Sixtv-five students are attending the ought to be successful.
Grass is sprouting finely.
W C. Myer of Ashland precinct
2 e mac Title 0 cunt y Convention.
■neb a» Spiual Disease, anil all Ihseruie» of
in different localities is going in the contest for Trustees and Marshal. the joints, Rupture, Na»»l Catanih Chrooif
J. B. Harris, superintendent of con called on us yesterday.
Read tlie new advertisements.
A Democratic Cunveutien for Jackson
increase of nearly 50 per cent, over lust struction, gives notice to travelers that
Considerable opposition was manifested Rheumatism, Lung Ihwas»», Paralyxis,
L. S. Dy ar of Lake county is report
Spring advertisements are ripe.
C'Sinty is hereby called to he lie Id at Ihr
W. F. Briggs has sold his mining in against the old Board by citizens de Nervous Diseases, Piles, Fistula
male Diseases. Thi» ia the only mrtbflrtxed
Court House in Jacksonville <>u
Marshal Helms is quite ill again.
terests near Canyonville to Win. Q siring the fire-limit ordinance repealed, branch of the Great Northwestern Surgical
Ben Haymond of Rock Point, John Roseburg will lie set off at 9 o’clock
Miss Mollie Russell of Ashland is Brown.
Batarday, Marek 25, 1882,
Attend the Democratic primaries.
W imh I t of Woodvill«,and C. S. Sergeant a . m , 12 m . and 6 p. m .
but it proved unavailing. The de Institute on the Pacific Coast »3*1 rfestTW r»*
visiting Miss Annie Bilger of thia place.
at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of elect
feated candidates have the satisfaction to be confounded with any other io»tiUrt*W.
Effingham Schieffelin is at Portland.
Two dollars a visit, when $1 will buy
L. Silbersteiu.W. Colieu & Co.’s pop
ing eleven delegates k> a Me nd ths State « ’«n-
knowing that they made an excellent
Why does not the proprietor of Amroen’s
Salmon are abundant in Bear creek.
ventina to he held at Portland April 5, 1882,
»bottle of King of the Blood, contain ular traveling agent, will l>« here soon.
John O'Brien informs us that Apple
showing and need not be ashamed of Congli Syrup publish testimonials from those
for the ««imination of a full Statu ticket and
ing 40 doses or a dozen visits! It was
J. D. Van Buren, a well known cit
District Attorney a
gate school district elected Ed. Hen
McElvey & Simmons, who have fitted tlie result. The largest vote ever who have lieeu cured or relieved by his med
Th* several precincts will tx- entitled to at
There is no change in the wool mar dricks as director and John Bolt as the favorite prescription of a physician izen of Roseburg,, is ut the point of up a new hydraulic elaim at Gálico polled at a town election was cast on icine? The answer is, the greater the hum
bug. the more testimonials they publish.
least nue delegate and one delegate addi ket.
of 30 years’ experience.
this occasion, the total uumlrer of votes Ammeii's Congh Syrup is no humbug, and
creek, are at work.
tion al fog every 25 vote*, or fraction thereof
to prove that an<i let it stand on its owu
There is a lull in the matrimonial, A. G. Rockfellow of Ashland intends
of IS «otos, east for Hon. John Whiteaker
Sergeant llilyer of Fort Kluniatb
Work is progressing on tlie Squaw being 182. The following is the result mnitr, • 15 cent sample bottle is prepared,
m 1830, to-wit:
leaving for the East before long to look champion prize-fight, yet you can al paaaed through town Saturday, en route Lake Ditch Co.’s reservoir and it will as declared by the returning board:
which is certainly more convincing than a
Vote« cast in 1880.
testimonial from a stranger. I^rge bottles,
The school apportionment will soon j after some valuable inventions he has ways find a superior stock of general for the north.
be finished before long.
Ark your druggist for it.
3 lie made.
Jas. Kilgore, wifo and daughter, who
Tlie Sterling Mine is now being T. G. Reame»........................
J. 8. Howard ......................
At the school election held at Ash
The stages arrive at Jacksonville dur
Cold»--Ammeu's C-ough Syrup. Brooks
are visiting Ohio, will return to Ash worked with a full head of water. So K. Kubli ................................
.106 keeps it.
The final statement of Rev. F. X.
land Monday, A. D. Helman was re
10 ing the night.
land before long.
are all the other hydraulic mines.
E. D. Fomlrav......................
We ha«l some beautiful, springlike elected director and J. R. Tozer chosen Blanchet and J. Nunan, executors of
P. N. Eicke............................
Little Butte................. . 83
4 days this week.
the estate of H. Carron, deceas"d, will
Manzanita................... . 56
leave for Cinnabar in a few days to H. Judge ............................
. . 81
School meetings were held every - • John Howell has sold liis place on be heard in the Probate Court for Jo
Francisco this week.
look after the Emeline Co.’s mines.
Kock Point................. . 45
3 where last Montlay.
Williams creek to M. Cnaoman and sephine county on April 5th.
Sterlings ille............... . II
Parties from Josephine county say
Assessor Nichols has commence«! as-1 thinks of locating somewhere in Jack-
that a wagon-road to Crescent City will Wasserman, Portland, is paying this rich rock from tho Sugar Pine ledge Scattering ............................
3 sensing the county.
county liis annual visit.
near Galice creek, and are running
Willow Springs .......
Tlie County Commissioners' Court be built by private individuals, mid
Banner Lodge No. 2.3, A. O. U. W.,
P. Maguire of Kaunas is at the Jack their arustra with favorable results.
was in session this week. The full pro- I ,
meets this evening.
. . 44
sonville Hotel and will spend several
The Ameruan Mining Code, the best Scattering............................
mentioned in connection therewith.
Snow has about disappeared in the
4«rant » Pw»...............
day* looking for a location.
work published, can be obtained at the
The place formerly owned by Doug
of the T imes .
vicinity of Linkville.
H. Pape, Sr............................
Total nuinl>er of delegates. ..
A calf at M. Hanley's place noar las Gum, near Ashland, will be divided
Rea«l what Lewis McDaniel has to
Priraarv meeting» in the various precincts
town is supposed to have blackleg. It off into lots and sold. It is thought
( 'has. Schultz........................
for the election of delegates to the t'ouuty say in another column.
Sorno cold weather prevailed the
came front the head of the valley a f^®t the town will grow rapidly as with her sister, Mrs, E. G. Hursli.
Geo. S. Howard....................
Convention Will be held at the usual place»
Stages make regular trip» notwith- '
J. B. White of Oakland, Cal., is forepart of the week, which interfered
soon a» tlie railroud nears the valley.
uf »otmgon ’»«TtsoAT, Mam H 13, 1882, at
short time si neo.
P horate C ourt The following pro
one o'clock r M.
J. II. Huffer, school clerk, hat taken spending a few days in town. He was with mining operations in differeut
The cold weather has kept back
All person» who favor the perpetuation of
Look out for C B. Rost ol's new ad
warmly welcomed by his many friends. : camps. Work is uninterrupted again, ceedings have taken place in this Court
Democratic principles an ! design support
fruit trees, none having blossomed as
1444 children (2M5 females and 208
Judge Day presiding since our last
T. P. Lee of Josephine county was i however.
ing the DemiM-ratie nominees at tlie ap vertisement next week.
yet. Almond trees were in full bloom
proaching »lection are cordially ir vitod to
Henry Klippel, Esq., a member of report:
Several marriages are on the tapis this time last year.
males) entitled to draw school money, in Jacksonville this week looking for
participate in the precinct meeting ..
In tlie matter of the estate of C. H.
! wTiich is a slight increase over last year. »party who hud mode himself rather , the Squaw Luke Ditch Co., went up
« tho Wagner creek district.
By order of the Democratic C< anty Cor
The Jacksonville Brass Band sere
Sr., deceased. Hearing of
County »crip always taken at par on naded F. Luy. one of its members,
The Little Butte Flouring Mills, 1«>- free with his horses, etc.
final statement of E. 1*. Pickens, ad
THOS. F. kEAI.L CUirmon.
Hon. A. C. Jones of Seattle, W. T.,
accounts with the T imes office.
ministrator, postponed until March 21).
, Monday night, which was the anniver- .. rated at Eagle Point and owned by
In the matter of the estate of 11 De
A. J. Daley, are being put in thorough who lias been here on professional bus • Everythin gwill be in full blast there
There arc about 420 achool children sary of his birthday.
L ost .—On the evening of Feb. 21st,
neff, deceased. 1'inal statement of Claus
' before long.
a brown berege shawl. The finder will in Ashland district, a gain of 20.
Kleiiilianinter, administrator, approved
The Brownsboro debating society ha«
Chas. J. Howard, accompanied by ami said administrator discharge«!.
I has l>«en a<l<le<l, including a middlings home t<»-day. Ilan r iyage.
please leave it at the T imes office.
Only a very few German almanacs again considered the woman suffrage
John Sizemore of Sam’s valley loaves 8. M. Hubbard, started yesterday to ! In the matter of the estate of U. S.
are left at the T imes office. Call soon. question. The decision was with the I
is not Narcotic. Children
Either the Chicago H' elTy .Vctrs or for Prineville, Wasco county, in a few survey a ditch for Gin Lin. It will Hayden, deceased. Executors ordered
S tatu T axes —Henry Tape, Sr., I
Good mutton sheep arc worth three
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
: Star-Spangled Hanner, both first-class days to look after his stock interests, carry water from Palmer creek to the ing to $2,284.29.
County Treasurer, last week ship, «d to fenr dollars in the California market.
G. W. Fr»y of Chimney Rock pre- ! journals, will be given free to any sub- I lie goes by way of Portland.
and Physicians recommend
In the matter of tlie estate of W. B.
the balance of the money due as State i
CASTORI A. It regulates tho
Jacob Walz has again placed ns un ' cinct was in town yesterday and report ! scriber for one year who pays nil arrear-1
Wimer A Simmons and DeSelles A Hay. Benj. Ilaymond ami J. W.
taxes to Salem. The total anicnni was
Dr. J. M Taylor of Ashland repre
ed that the health of that region is I
Bowels, cures Wind Colic,
I ages with th«) T imes office aud a year in sents the Northwestern Marriage In
allays Feverishness, and de
now much improved.
surance Co. of Portland and will can
In the matter of the estate of J. P.
A bkested and D ischarged . —Anton
A pleasant party took placo nt Cald- ’
ever this season. They liave an abund Baker, deeeased. John Ashpole, ad
Tr . isiieticns in real estate prom
Attention is «ailed to the notice of vass Jacksonville in its interests before
Baker was this week arrested on a
ance of water aud are working in excel ministrator, files receipt from State
ise ’•■ !»e lively in Jackson county this well's hall on Williams creek a few Jas. D. Fountain, E«q.. School Super bmg.
charge of representing himself to be a ye n .
Treasurer for $1,413.65, amount paid
I eventngs ago. It was under the man-!
intendent, who will hold an examina
A. H. Platter of Altliouse was in
into escheat fund.
deputy Sheriff and intimidating one
? e, receipt, check and or«ler books
Clias. E. Chappel A Co.'s mine near
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WEI DE METER’S CA
tion of flpplicanta for teachers' cortifi town this week, from whom we learned
Henry Kmmg of Applegate. He had
TARRH Cure, a Constitutional
Henry Blecher lia« goue to California eate» part the Jacksonville »«•hool-h ius - that the miners of Josephine county Uniontown was stopped yesterday by
oming .—Dr. H. J. Smith, repre
an examination before Justice Huffer
Antidote for thia terrible mala
I with a band of uiuttou sheep number on the 25th in«t.
are taking advantage of a good «apply the kingbolt that holds the "giant" in senting the Pacific Surgical Iustitute
dy, by Absorption. The most
yesterday, who discharged him.
ing many hnndred head He drives a
position coming out. Win. Cameron , of Sen Francisco, will be in this place,
Important Disoovery sineo Vac
H J. Burna of Linkville will be em I
The Willow Springs district school of water.
cination. Other remedies may
X*w E steki - uls *.—The citizens of ployed as “boss" of a gang of railroad ' large number every year,
is enjoying a short vacation. A large
Rev. La>lru Royal preached his fare
relieve Catarrh, this cures at
Tsble Rock precinct »re eluted over the hand».
for repairs and operations will soon lie | of March, to serve those needing the
A lamp exploded nt th« Jacksonville nnmlrer of the pupil« are suffering from
any stage before Consumption
well sermon at Ashland last Sunday.
prospects of a grist mill being erected i
under way again.
j most skillful treatment of any of the
Hotel one night last week, but the t>s«l cold* ami an interregnum was
He will leave for the north this week
The Anralian Literary Society of this
I ailments designated in liis notice else-
soon on Rogue river, about half »
flames were extinguished before any thought proper. Stu.lies will bo re
place has been indulging in a apelling-
and pronoses extending his trip to th«
mile from Chavner's bridge. Some |
' where. Dr. Smith pai«l Jacksonville
serious damage was done.
sumed licit Monday.
gentlemen front Josephine county will
' $1,500 a year can be made at working
Tho seven plagues of a newspaper
Mr. Sherman, lately of Washington district held a meeting at the school-! fully treated th» little daughter of M.
inaugurate the enterprise, and »re , Heavy mails are constantly being ' . for E. G: Rideout A Co., 10 Barclay
office aro bores, poet.«, cranks, tvpo- T< rritory, purchased four horses and a
alsvnt commencing the construction of
hotiso on the aftemoou of the 6th for Ryder of Kerbyville, who was suffering
street. New York. Send for their cat- graoical errors, exchange fiends, delin
wagon in town during the week and the purpose of electing a director for from an injured leg. Mr. Ryder write»
a mill-race a mile long.
1 slogue and full particulars.
quent subscribers and the man who lia« gone to Roseburg to work on the
Th«i New State hotel was closed last
three years, to succeed T. B. Kent, and that his most sanguine expectations
F rom rHOiN’lx. — A correspondent week, owing to the extreme dullness, Horse and jack bills printed in the knows liow to run a newspaper better railroad. Win. Barrett drove his team. a clerk for one year r<ce J. II. Huffer. have been exceeded, which is good
I boat shape and at very low prices at the than the editor him«e!f.
wntes as follows: P. W. Oilwell has of the season.
B. F. Dowell h it for the Willamette f B Kent, presided, and 4C voters evidence of the Doctor's skill.
■ T imes office. We have a large assort ! It is h far lrettcr tiling to »ii'<s<-rib«’
guuetoSau Francisco .... M. Forman
valley Tuesday, lie will look after his were present.
Stock are doing better now ami the !
F alse D ignttt .—It is a well-estab
has got his wagonshop in remline-w for losa will not be heavy—even lighter • 1 meut of cuts for such work.
for vour own paper than to borrow interests hi the sale of the Griswold
After the usual preliminaries, the,
Geo. Sehnnipf on Wednesday last your neighlmr’s. You can have your property, w hich will take place at Sa election of director was declared in or lished rule with nil wholesale merchants ’
work . . .Some boys caught 100 fish in than expected.
brought dow n nine dozen of tine trout own jn«t when you want it And then lem o:i the 18th, unless again
to render sta^'rnents of account every
Bear creek one day last week ...A.
der andT G. I’eames, P. Britt and G.
The Columbia ami Willa«n«tta rivers I ••aught in Squaw Lake by Henry Carter.
voti will Ire doing something like the p<»ned.
month, no matter how small the amount Is the only safe and absolute remedyj
Dunlap contemplates going East in the
Brown were placed in nomination, with
have been very high, causing consid
may lie. and all business men in the
f ur thing by the printer.
H« has our thank.« for a mens.
Spring for medical treatment........ A
the following resul : lleames re.-e.vjd2h
For Malaria in all it* Types
including tho printer, render
trump, claiming to be a hide-buyer,
•Tcff Neil, wl-.o has been attending! Now i« the time to plant trees, ami »p< iidmg sometime with Mr. and Mrs votes; Brown, 11, Britt, 7. Mr. Roanie«
took lodgings at our hotel a few nights
bills to customers a*, least once a year.
Jacksonville district ‘school for sev-1 plenty of them, for the railro.nl will (¡co. S. Walton of Manzanita, the par was declared elected.
ago, but decamped earlv next morning precinct has been seriously ill, but 1»
Dull Aching Pains. Re
err.l months past, returned to his home milk ' tie' shipment of fruit to other ents of the lady, returned to their home
Several names were proposed for
after attempting to rifle H. B. Seybert's now improved.
mittent, Intermittent Fevers, Dumb
in Colorado tins week They are much clerk, after considerable dis< nssioii
Ague, Distressing lieadacbos.
Du«'ks ar* still plentiful on *om« of
Holman’» I’ad has such com
!>•• ma le t<«> large, provided cho;«-« va [ lease 1 with their visit.
concerning the qualifications of that of of a just account for payment under
plete control over all dis
Futsr N otic «.—Treasurer Pajre else , • the slough* and streams, ami our nim-
such circumstances, for no offense is
rieties of trees aro plante«l.
eases of (lie Stomach and
A. H M ’ly ami Mrs. A Bilger left
where gives notice that lie has funds | ' rods are happy.
intended, and this is only done in ac
Liver, including »11
on hand for the redem ption of al! or-j
forms of Dyspepsia,
County taxes will soon b» d*linqn«’nt health of that place improving.
Portland. The former will lay in a 14 for 8. J. Day, 7 for L. J. C. Dun
«1er« protested up to January 1, 1879. |
and no time .should be lost in settling ,
painful illness. He was a good citizen | large stock of goods for the Pioneer can, 6 for E. D. Fo’.idray awl 2 for 8.
There are nearly tj4..'irt)on h.iml for this
in the Back and Sid*.
soon assume a very curious turn if every-
with the Sheriff
known remedy that
j»urp<*e, and this early publication of <
tive clerk of the U. S. Senate, is hapny ’
positively- expels every vestige of Mala
The clerk then read the financial ex i body who received a I «ill got nia«l.
notice to holders of warranta shows that i H. C. Hill of Ashland pa««e<l through over th« arrival of another little miss | him. A wife ami .«on ami a large circle th« latter go <s on a pleasure trip.
rial Taint 'rom the System without endan
of friends mourn his demiso.
C ircuit C ourt .—The following pro gering the health.
our lhmneesare in first-class condition1 town yesterday, ea route for Wilbur, 1 l at hi« liouse. We congratulate.
\ A. Barnebtirg, who is engaged in hibit for the past year, showing the to
Prol. Dr. A. Ixtoinis says: “Il is nearer
ami that the county debt will be great Duugliu« county.
The school meeting in this district , For the finest wedding ca ds and in blacksmithing at Willow Springs, was disbursements $3,189 34, leaving a ceeding» have transpired in this Court a universal Panacea than anything in
Iv reduce,1 during this fiscal year. Much I Blank* of every imaginable descrip
vitations, programmes, ball ticket.«, severely burned in the faca one day
since our last report:
medicine.” This is done on the principle
called <>ut an unusually largo attend
credit is «Ine onr authorities for the
C. Ke tzer and Amelia Otten vs. J. of Absorption, of which DR. II iil MANN
tion constantly lor sale at the T imes of- ! ance, considerable interest bting mani business <-ards, teacher s certificates of this week whilo cutting a red-hot bar balance of $1,058 80 ill the hands of the
PAU is the geiinineand only true expo
economy ami good uianagemcut dis
M Kendrick; to recover real property. nent.
excellence, rewards of merit, circulars, of steel. The piece struck him just clerk at this date.
fice at lowest rates.
fested in the election of director.
For al! Kidney TrmMea and /Min 4n
pamphlets ami all kinds of plain and below the eye, fortunately missing the I
The third and last quarter of the dis
Sterling Mining Co. vs. H. B. Her thehaek. u_v PR. HOLMAN'S RENAL
Coaches lie'o tenqiorarily boon with
IIoB«a W anted .—E. P. Pickens of trict school will commence on* week
fancy printing, goto the T imes office.
oil KIDNEY PAD. the beat remedy in
bert; injunction. Continued.
drawn from the first drive this side of
The follow ing is the financial report
Tsble Kock informs ns that II. llilyer ' from next Monday.
The Court then adjourned without the world, and recommended by th*
M. S. Terry and M. \. Green of Bigj
Roseburg, owing to the very rough j We are constantly receiving inquiries
of Beutou county is now in the valley i
from abrouil concerning f irms, and Butte wi re in town Wednesday, who as submitted:
Beware of BOGUS Pad*.
for the purpose of purchasing 75 head! The hill mail between Wagnor creek roads, and light hacks sub«titute<l.
thos«« desiring to si'll should lose no reported that stock are not doing very '
S elling O ct .—Desiring to close eut
ami this place is traveled much more
Each genuine HOLMAN PAD I res re
Balance on hand......................... 8 519
Il »well, the great English pedestrian,
of gorel horses of medium size for th«-
well there, as the snow melts quite, From County Treasurer......... .
business in Jacksonville without delay, the Plicate Revenue Hamp of th* HOL
than the stage road.
lias l« en beaten at liv«t, but Plvmale
P.1D<Y>., with the above trade
company of capitalists and farmers en
T imes , with its immense circulation, of »lowly. They also inform us that Thus. D'llnquent tax colle<'ie<l.........
L. Solomon offers, his large and first- mark priuted in green. Buy none with
Rat« l.il',etc.,2 I quarter, 1H-0-81
gaged in tlie construction of the rail- ■ Dr. G. I! Aiken ha* been confined to remains unvan<[uished in furnishing fers su|>erior inducement« to adver
Hall was elected director and M. S. Irelinqueiit rate-bill...................
class stock of general merchandise for out it.
road l>etwe»n Corvallis anil Yaqnina his room by » very severe cold, bnt superior turnouts for all occasions. *
por Sale hy all Druggi.it». DR. HOir
lt»le bill,etc., 3<1 quarter lsso «1
sale very cheap. Seo his advertise MAN'S advice is FREE. Full treatise
Bay. He is desirous of obtaining the is now convalescent.
Everybody i, investing in those hand
ment elsewhere and don’t fail to give sent free on application. Addre*s
entire nnmlrer here and will pay a rea- t Th* Democratic vote of 1880 was 203 some calliug cards Intel» received at
HOLMAN PAD CO..
desires that those having two book«
«enable price. The horses of Jackson 1 greater than that of 1878, a decided in-
him a call if you want bargains. He
741 Broad»ar, New York.
imes offioa from
county sustain an enviable rejmtiition
entitled "Lives of Illustrioui Men” Alaska, was one of the most enterpris- ;
P.O. Box 2112.
$‘.-48 14 means business and will sell everything
creaae for tho better.
are especially popular with the ladies.
throughout the coast.
ami "Mirk Twain's Travels." with the ing |iioneers of Jackson conntv and
Resource for the
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M. A. Houston informs us that sick
! 40 50
There was a first clas» row in Afri name of 1’. H. Watson on th* fly-leaf, plaved a conspicuous part in the early F. W. Knowles, labor...........
C onvention C alled .—The Demo ness has abate«! to a great extent in
II. S. . Dunlap,
A heavy immigration to Southern
can quarters in the southern portion of in their possession, will please return history of this section. His untimely J.
W. Merritt, services.............
crat m County Committee met in Jack- ‘ Table Rock precinct.
Oregon is expected from cast of the Among: the many resource« which med!,
town, in whieli one of the denizens ad them at once.
death is tnonrned by a son and daugh
sonville la«t Wednesilay and called a. For the best sewing machine, at the
290 00 Rocky mountains next Spring. Wo
cal »kill ha« made available forth«
I, . F. Willits, »»'»ices.........
ministered a sound threshing to another.
Some wags palmed a polished cent- ter and several brothers (residents of' Miss B. Carr,
alck and debilitated, nont
convention for March 25th, with pri- ! lowest price, with s«[nare, honest deal
are constantly receiving letters inquir
ranks higher than
One of J. E. Beggs’ teams went to piece on an nn«n«p*cting voter on elec Southern Oregon i besidss many friends. Chas. Prim.
mariea on the 18th. Tlie full commit- ing, go to D. H. Feathers.
11. I’resiey, Janitor,.....................
* I Linkville last week with goods for tion day for 82’4, who probabrt sup-i
The firm of Butler ,t Rockfellow of C. Cain, labor.............................
te«, composed of T. F. Beall, W C
S3 00 section and propose presenting a de
P. True, wood.........................
Dalev, W. H. Simpson, John O B: n | J. J. Comstock expects to have his ! Reamea A Martin, whilo the other is on posed ho was being well paid for hi« Ashland has been dissolved, "E. F. J.
00 scription of our resources at length in
saw mill at Myrtle creek turning out 1 the road to Roseburg for G. Karewski. vote. Ho discovered that "all that Ro -kfelPrw retiring. The business will Win. Wydeman, Janitor..........
179 50 some future issue.
and T. G Realties, were present. The |
<■. A. Hubbell, services.........
glitters is not gold" when about to pay be carrie 1 on at the old stand by G. S. W. Jackson, sundries .............
j W. Beeson informs us that the citi
former basis of repteaentstion was tak railroad timber» by tho 12th.
for a drink the next day.
J. A. Carter, painting..-..........
A very large number of peach and a comprehensive remedy for Liver Com-
en and th« convention will be a large •
Reams» Bros., broom«.............
We this week received a letter from son. with the first named gentleman as F.
20 00 prune trees are being planted this IM- plaint, liyspepsi», ('«met I pation. ('hill, <k
one. containing 58 delegates— t >n more spring term sometime ago, under more the rail road-fever and ar« preparing to
Iavngell and F. I’resieyJan
150 00 son to supply the demand for these Fever. 18-bility, N*rvousi«*sa, Sick Heanl,
than the last one, as th« vote was in flattering prospects than ever.
receive th« iron cxiynso in good shape. our old friend Ike Sachs, now of New manager and Fred. Drake and Cal. Eu Miss 1). Godfrev, services.........
and other ailments attributable to bil
creased that much in 1880.
York, am! a member of the well-known banks as salesmen. Mr Rockfellow, Bilger A Maegly, sundries.....
8 00 favorite fruits. There ought to be iousness. Am »ng its ingredients are
A. W. Compton of Roseburg has re
E. ('. Brook»,
The finances of this achool district
Mandrake, Dandelion, Butternut, Black
firm of Grcenebaum, Sachs A Freeman.
Kahler A Bro ,
C onscience S tricken . — One John turned from Washington Territory, are in first-class condition. The clerk Son Francisco. Fits many friends in who is a first class business man, will T ime «office, printing..............
IS M plenty of apple and pear trees in every Root, Bosbaue, Bitter Ro A, Calisaya,
Flag, Indian Hemp, Wahoo.
expects to h ive a surplus of about $700 this section will be pleased to learn
K. Kubli, sundries....................
Tjoomiller, who a few years ago r> where he has been railroading.
Gohlen Seal, <tc. Ae.
6 80 quite salable.
r eived front the county authorities the
Joo Solomon has sold his place noar
The active, blended properties of these
J. H. 11 u flor, Clerk's fees........
vegetable remedies constitute an alter
J. y. irdlits, services................
sum of 818 (which enabled him to’ \v. ,,dvilk-to a Mr. Hill, lately from year.
Some of our citizens, oppose! to the mer.
S ettle Ur. We have sent sti.t ‘tin nt t ative
tonic and general corrective of
Dr. W. Jackson and L. R. Webster
reach bis friends in Jacksonville, III.), \\
ington Territory, for $9<i0
The County Commissioners have sus ordinance forbidding th* erection of
>3,189 34 of account to many of our patrons and the highest class, ami endow it with a
value entitling it to the first
recently rehime I the amount to Judge
hope that they will favor us with a
X blast was discharged on the railroad ' pended further proceedings in the mat ' frame buildings within certain limits,
S urrendered T hemselves .—H. C. prompt response.as we need everything rank»» a medicinal sategiiard for forti-
number of chickens for the purpose of
Day, with interest. Ho says that lie
• <,« last week' that used, it is said.,
fyingttoe system against malarial and oth
has liecome religious since arriving
leading from this place to Willow • nate«l Newman Fisher, F. Grob, D. furnishing other markets with poultry Laws, who shot yonng Calavan near due us. Printers, like everyone rise, er maladies which cause neriousdislurto-
<1 pound» of Judson powder.
anee of tlie Liver. Il relax«« the bowala
• ('roneniiller, M Mensor and H. Judge and eggs. They have several broods of Ltngell valley. Like county, volun have use for wliat is coming to them.
East, and believe* that he obtained tlie
without grifimg; purities tlie blood, ar
The Congressional apportionm"nt Springs.
for Trustees and Jerry Nuuan for chicks now and projiose setting hens tarily surrendered himself to the au
money under false pretence*, therefore
reáis pa in and spasm* in the side or
In onr advertising colnmni will Ire
bib, a text of which was given tn last
T he B est . Sttbscrilre for the Sau slioulderhlade, puiifi«» a bilious breath
throughout the entire year. The brown thorities at Bonanza, as also did hisson
desiring to return it. Judge Day turned
week’s T imes , has liecome a law.
'and completely relieves the many inde
Th* Chinaman arrc«t*<l at Canvon- r.eghorn is their favorite breed. When and three young men named Wilson, Francisco Kramiavr, tlie best paper scribable symptoms which torment suf.
the money over to Treasurer Pspe and
J. W. Hay, who have been appointed
•erers from dyspspaia, liver complaint
savs ha liojres some more snch fellows
executors of the estate of W. B. Hay, 1 villa upon acharge of larceny preferred the railroad comes, these gentlemen
Kidney troubles. It also effectually
by a countryman, was la«t week h«d«l to will have many hundred laying hens helped to resist the authorities. An ex per year. Subscriptions taken at the ami
will turn np. Loomiller is a phenom to your friends abroad, is better than deceascil.
removes those nervous symptoms felt
all the letter» that can bo written.
! answer in the sum of $260. in default and marketable chickenB, from which
when bile is im|>erfectly secreted, or ia
enon. ami no mistake.
who belli Laws to answer without bail
B. F. Miller, the well known nursery-1
1 of which he now lies in jail. He is they will derive considerable revenue. and discharged the balance. The conn
Win. Carll has purchased six head of
Rediugton A Co., Kan Francisco, whole
BoAjrp or T rustees — A meeting of fine horses from White Rrss of Rock man. in an article on onr first pag*, ! considered a hard case and feared by
tv jail at Lakeview now h is nnother oc T imes from every portion of Southern sale agents for the Pacific Coast.
give» some valuable hint a on transplant- the Celestials generally, who will
R eligious I tems .—Rev. R. C. Ogles cupant. So says Madame Rumor.
thia body was held at Town Hall on Point, at an average price of $100.
For sale everywhere.
Oregon on matters of local importance.
‘ ing troos, which should receive due con probably make no effort« in liis behalf. by will hold divine service on Will
»lie eveuing of the "th. A hill board
Annie Cimborsky, who is stopping at sideration.
A Presbyterian Sabbath-school was iams creek next Sunday morning....
M. Colwell's in Sam's valley, has been
Surgical Institute of Indi F or S ale --A certificate of scholarship
I. W. Thomas, John R. Tice and C. organize«! last Sunday in thia place,
The returns of the late town election
The great South American Romaics
anapolis, with branch«« at Plnladrlphia, At in the Portland Business College. Ap
quite ill, but is now convalescing.
The most t'oeftive cure known mt
Mmgus have been appointed viewers with a large membership, which will gle Point on the second Sunday in lanta, Ga , and San Francisco, which has s ply at tlie T imes office.
wore canvassed and the following per
JW Nervous and Physical Debilhy.Reo»-
Democratic primaries will come off of the county road leading from Jack hold regular sessions in the basement everv month and at the Mound Dis national reputation, will permanently es
sons declared elected. Trustees, T. G.
Ixmt Manhood and
a branch at Portland. Oregon. Two
C lothe « C leaned . Richard Jta respect AJ Kidney Diseases. Price *3 per tm*
D. of the church building. Quit* a num trict school-ham«« every third Sunday. tablish
Reanies, J. S. Howard, K. Kubli, E. I*. a week from to-morrow and the Coun sonville up Jackson creek, ria
Rev. M. A. Williams will preach pared with every needed appsratas for the
ber of bo'iks, pajrers, etc., have already
Foudray, P. N. Ficke; Recorder, J. ty Convention one week thereafter.
prepared to do all kind» of clothe» cleaning
i •rmspondem-e answ«
been l-ooeived, and th« seliool will soon
The rumor affectiug tho virtue of a
Names kept secret.
Nunan; Treasurer, H Pape, Sr.; Mar
Efforts will be tqade shortly to secure : be thoroughly organized. 'Squire Hoff- at the Presbyterian Church in this stvi-essfiil treatment of cripples, will meet at tho following rat«»: latdi«»' dre»»««.
all the ol<l patients and «nch new one» m
DR. WILLARD A CO.,
shal, Chas. Schulte. The Recorder little girl of this place turn« out to be th« pardon of th* opintq fiend, T J I man is superintendent and Mrs. Flor- place next Sunday, both morning and may desire treatment this year, nt the fol $1.00; gentleman'» coat, 75 «rente; pants, 75
■229 First St., ‘’ortUnd, Oregon,
cent»; suit, $1 50; hate. 25 centa. He h»s
was ordered to issue certificates to ths an idle one aud without foundation.
lowing placw»: Portland. St. (’hart«» Hotel, given general satisfaction in his hue. lies*
r. O. Box 296.
Ankeny, convicted of larceqy and sent1 enoe Shipley librarian.
hold service at the Willow Springs April 8tli, 10th ami 11th; Albany, April idence at tlie Jacksonville Hotel,
W. F Songer of Ashland precinct , to the penitentiary from Albany a tow
L. Leonard, a heavy dealer in »took,
school house next Sunday at 11 o'chs-k 12th ami 13th; The Dalle». April 17th; Wal
The Reeonler was ordered to draw has a flue black Peiwhoron hor.se, three mouths aino«.
MINES FOR SALE.
this week pnvciiased 600 head of weth ». m ., and at Central Point a« half-past la Walla, April 19th and 20th, and Seattle.
Croup—Atnmen’s Cough Syrup. Brooks
warrants in favor of the judges and years old. that weigh» over 1,300 ffis.
April 25th aud 2Gtb, and hereafter at Port keep» It.
The Portland Telegram issued a ers from Wut. Bybee «ml L. Solomon,
UNDERSIGNED. DESIRING TO
3 H. xt. On the 19th he will preach at land, during the first two week» of May
Another report is in oireulation that splendid number last week, which gave
clerks of election.
1 <••oicontr.it« tlieir mining interest»,
paying $900 for them. He has pur- i the Baptist Church on Wagner creek and Novenilier of tach year, commencing
offer for sale forty acres of good mining
The following bills were referred to Lft«rw, who killed young Calavan in some fine illustrations of prominent .
i chased a lqrge number of cattle aid at the usual morning hour . .Regular November, 1882. Reward of »11 traveling
gr mid. situairel on Applegate, oppnait*
Finance Committee: J Nunan, insnr- l,akc county, has not been capture I.
i buildings in East Portland and the sub ¡sheepin
NYSWANNER -At Pixenix, March Sih, Kubli A Bolt's store, logeifior Willi good
this section, as also iu Del I<ontan services at the CatholioC'hurch,
water privilege, luiher one-Ualf or the
ing Town Hull. $30.50; Chas. Schults,
R. A. Cook an.l A. Alford. County ' urba of Portluhd.
to Mr. and Mrs. N) »wanner, a sen.
j Norte nn 1 Curry counties, during tho Rev. F. X. Blanchet officiating... .Rev. Institute on tins Coast with fa nlitr . and
whole will Ire sold, as the purehaaor may
special )iolieeman. $54.75; T imes office, Commissioners, have b«en in town
We have had n variety of weather I I past few months, bnving 2,7(8) head of B. J. Sharp will hold service at M m- experience for the treatment of deformities.
ch >ose. Hera is a liargain l-j
publishing ordinance, *J 75; II. Kubli, during the week on official business.
.1 M HINKLK. M. l> .
f or turther particulars apply to lb*
during the past week There has been 1 wethers in the last-nameil county alone. zanita Church on Sunday at 11 o’clock
GOODWIN Ou William» creek. March 1st, T imes offloe or
special policeman, $1.
' a. m ., at South Prairie at 2:3O p. M.,
GEO. W. II ANDY, M. D ,
A small quantity r>( corn, buckwheat I some frost, a little rain and plenty of i They will be driven to hi« ranch in and at the M F.. Church in this place Surgeon« in charge. National Surgical Insti
to Mr. and Mrs. JuhuaGoodam, a daugh
The Street C'oaiiuisaioner's annual
report was referred to the Committee and sorghum seu>l may he obtained at
tute, 319 Buali St., San Frauciaco.
■ in the evening at half-pail seven.
the T imes office free, by calling «oon.
on Streets and Roads.
HERE AND THERE.