The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, October 17, 1884, Image 3

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    DEMOCRATIC TIMES
A. S Johnson of thi- place was last week
Orgaiiiz« < lubs» everywhere. Every pre­
ami two daughters, latfik
cinct of any size in the State should have a joined by his
iy from Canada, who will hereafter make
Cleveland and n( mlrick- «Tub.
Republicans are not so jubilant »ince it their |H*Hiiancnt home here. They were
ha* traii-pire«! that their majority in i»bio accompanied by a young lady who also in­
tends to locate.
did not reach their expectations.
Frost nearly every night.
V FRIDAY.
tei ""
the nr.
TOBER 17. ISM
Keeler Gabbert is in town.
L?
Fresh cider a! the Cash Store.
Postoffire l>ii cctory.
Th® Jack*onvdle poatoffi« e ie open daily, ex­
cept Bunday, from 7 o'clock A. M to H o'clock P.
M. Bunday, from 9 A. M. to in A. M.
Money
•rder ImainfM«* ia oi»eu d uly. excepting Bundays
and legal holidays, from .» A. M. to 5 P. M.
Mail from the «oath an I north arrive- daily at 5
A. M. and clenea every d»y at 6-Jk' P. M.
For (’rvacent City it cl- wen Sunday. Tuesday and
Thumday. at 8 P. M. Atage® on that rout«« leave
Monday, Wedue®day and Friday a» 2 A. M. and ar-
rive at Crwcent City the following day- at
e-jnp. M.
For Eagle Point, doses Sunday. Tuesday
and Thureday at 8 P. M. Hinge* leave Mor d <y.
Wednesday and Fridas at 6 A. M
Return the
following dav« at 12 51.
Mail for Uniontown ckwes Monday at !2 51.
Stage leavt-M at 1 P. M. Monday and return- Tucs-
day at 12 M.
Minis for Willow Spring-
!<►-»•- »-very day
at s A. 51. Htuge leave- at V A M and return the
name day* at 12 51.
Read (lie new advertisement*.
I hv Snn Fram i-co paper- announce the
Our district school continues to
popular educational institution and the at­ i <l* ath of Mrs. Clara Van Vor-t at Wood-
i land. Cal., on the 4th in-t
It is supposed
tendance i- increasing right along.
> ' that thi- refer- to a daughter of Mr-. Little
The board of trustees of the Lakeview In­
! of thi- place, a- the name correspond- cx-
stitute have plar«*d that institution under
i actly with her-
th»* control of the Oregon Pre.-byterv.
Why go about with aching head? Ti v
Emil Britt has been taking view* of the
Ayer’s Pill-
They xx ill relieve the stomach,
town, which ar«« quite natural and reflect
re-tore the digestive organs to healthy iu -
credit on hi- skill a- a ph«»t«»grapher.
ti«»n, remove the obstruction- that depress
A great amount of vegetables and farm pro­ <4>crve- ami brain, and thus cure your head­
dm c i- now being marketed. Owing to the ache permanently.
great aluimlam e ther«‘«»f, price- rule low.
J. C. Whipp, manufacturer of monu­
Local correspondcncv is solicited.
Hurrah for the o«*tobcr ele< ti«»n-’
W. meet this evening.
The A. <).
Drummers continue quite abundant.
Improvements contintu* at Linkville.
Dr. Brown is back from Crescent city.
Hon. W. D. Fenton -p«*ak- to-niorrow
Lakeview had a snow-storm last week
I».
Then
r.-ll
The
Hifnt.ifroHJt Fir
The store of M. E. Pogue, 1 h ahd I G..I.I inai.
Tr up- continue abundant in this
Hill, was burned to the gr<*i nd ibi
me
o'clock Sunday morning. t< _
all tion
rd
its contents, How the fire «
a
< oil
mystery, but it was nndi'uh
diary origin. Mr. Pogue an
Pol
VVÌ X
occnpM the
were awakened
the fu
i> hud
their watchdog
X
tl c tire
in the store ; b
c
B
Wat
stumping »
headway that It w
out. In fact, (
V a tew
lUil
rescued brfuri
et
• S ,
V ♦
velo;»ed by th
It
Rome iTUitiFanc _>n
AO I
not enough t«> coker ti
onth
On the household good- a
<
»t w
$1 »"»at
T
we.v destroyed, th«*r< w
Bn
PI nix.
Mr Pogue estimates hi- 1
r«
part-
above the insurance
lie
ne-s in Pogue
Mvnatt’ w
$1 **» at I a
uatrd on this -id«* of the
soon a* pos-iblv. ami ha-<
i V
fitting it up. He has the
Babbitt H
tor
entire communitv in bis i
■ t tin- T im »
dii
I ligi ■ • ! V
StHtixth ».
I
low
made b
M. >11 • a
Lsun cou
at 11,01
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v wa-
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A
ill
Th«
A-h’.i
Pr
I •ictiou s>alc.
The undersigned w ill
Mai
tion the following irti«-1.
ill« t.oh
ning ran« h in Man
t 10
pr
■tl
day. Oct. 2.‘»th. « omm« r.
le
o’clock A. M . t' w it « »I th
1
ii< ;v
w
Bi k»1
and all fixture
d
mower, one ti
I
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ml bar
pio
fl
ai id
further parti» ul;
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I.
J
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r w
Ilins <4 1 K,l. » prêt
»!!♦• * IV thi- w v«'k.
<
I
<b
îty tax i - 2»» milb
ml poil ilax $.
T
i
V
IS
n
man if «».* 1
,1
kiiiT
-« rnm-lk injured the «itliei r
work mi W L Xi. ii"l< barn
jiig.D'hn Shall«» k (wliowa- at work with
him) a piece of scantling, when he wa-
-tiuck on the temple by a hammer which
wa- accidentally dropped by Mr. S.
in the
on th«- della
om mun i«*ati«>iis a
le of tiw T imes .
rowded nut
toil .»f 1* ho' iix i- i
ler-
The r
week- f
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A $40,000 Assortment of Boots and Shoes
n
II.
rk ii
<>u Inni.I. G. xmì « ara low.
. «7" < ' I ..*» promptly filimi.
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FARMERS’ AND MECHANICS’
t
id leading
r>vi t XX Uli the Butte
•ad. J
II \Vri-I< v
F Walker . appointed
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Wagon Matrrial anti Blacksmith Coal
It M
p
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SPRING POINT SHOVELS. SLUICE FORKS
PICKS. GOLD PANS AND SCALES
R
an
(
MINING SUPPLIES
Builders’ Hardware, Tarred Paper, Etc
fol (
• W
H • .1
Rn
A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE O1
cr oí a • <
id road
Tom i
STOVES/ ri.\. GKAMTEXVARE
would
fail tot X'
I-
kitliit X and nrinarx-
tl
ger.
. r
Lolli.
A Walla Walla paper .-ay- that “Mr*
Judge Jacob- i* making Republican -tump
speeches in King county, W. T.
She wa-
formerly a resident of thi- place.
Tabls and Pocket Cutlery. Fishing Tackle. Etc.
We are.prepared to give c 1<« m ‘ priie> and lia'e facilitie. tor fur
»¡idling estimates <>n most any chus of goo<U.
Trv
XI ’('AI.I/S
fr.llow
form
r».<l
l.i X
II
»
live
by one
on the
Ml
!1O
Frc.l Haii-mof l .
probably turn hi- far
before long ami tak<
some place where h<
dren
l:fornia l»uxer, ha- pur­
beef cattle from llu-e-
nner’s Silxer lake band
a larLre number from
p
tloll to rebel
h
immediately set <
dx in the hoii-e.
AnA Pl.V
m
(
John T Malone, -on < f the late Pat Ma­
lone. i- now leading man of the Rose Ey-
tinge troupe, which play- nothing but
Shak-prxan play-
H< ome rc-ided in
J;n k-ou\ ille.
r<
The
«1er tl
Smith
'■•I r I »1
l x XX 11
nd
appro,
and In
The lb.
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xor/# /
IX
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Fatcrtaiaateat at i* rant's Pa
An entertainment
p.
benefit of th«* Grau
•t
A
on th«* evening “I th (
.ent •
ti«*vd bv th« a«tv, rti
.lax
i. N
Mi--«.
a- first
the late
xverk. of
la Shackles.
Ras-ett. the stagr-r«d»bcr. now
in th«* county jail, ha- mad«* an
tempt to regain hi- liberty, and f-
sistrncc and viitcrpri-e hr has I*
mented with -hackle-
Hi- la­
wn- to cut ihrougii llu fl »or «4 bi­
a i a-e kuL fashioned into a -aw
'tl out wa- u
time his attempt
an expert brick-ma-on. is
the construction <.f th. Ihd
IL
XV it
• ; w
h x - i: .
I!
of < ililll-
untx «.eiit
1
court for J.i
lmne»— on the »<•« • :i< d
month. The docket pi
one for the law ver- •
portion thereof.
pun
Miller
a large
('ommercial printing, such a--
billheads, letterhead-, envclope-
at the T ime - office in
Francisco rates. Ex iiilili(‘
ascertain price-.
I'he pre-idential |
yet. but the fat * i- al
veil can get the be-t
livery -table, in thi
h(»r-cs a -I
-pet i;,lty.
‘¡’i pai-f jar a t old !Vi ater.
fill.
I S
* order from the Nobby « lothing
Store
-bl.ind. < >r., ami buy voiir (. 1«»tiling,
liilllb rif.
from lu-iir
lupa
lurni
ng g«» 'd-, hat-, cap-, vie., then*,
d the
Senator Slater -pea*
muluctoil»*
D \l
bet att-e >(iu <.m wave from live to ten dol­
den< c ul c\->herid B v ' h c a l\
21th and ai thi- pku
a
lar-on a -nit. Thi- is worth -aving. Go
r»»i
an able -peaker ami I;
mid -tele two w.iti
an I-e. th» Nobby i'lothing Store ;.| \-h-
•ator.
Ev.rvh.dy
T
th«* proprietor and hi-
Senator Dolph a- an
IH*
laml a ml buy your tall and winter clothing,
r
him.
should
turn
out
and
I
not noticed until a
k-
it" you want to keep warm and be happv.
Ra-cal- "I ♦•very dy«
Everybo«ly should turn out and hear Remember that the Nobby < lothing Stor<
I cmemlwr that Hon. \V. D. Fenton
look out I
li- -le
sectimi and «»ur >
ik- at Holt’s hall to-morrow evening at Hon. W. I>. Fenton to-i..orr<»w evening. has the hc-t tailor in the State. Suits made
them.
He is one of the b«*-t -peaker-in the State to order on -bort notice. No Chinamen
h ’-pa-t seven o’clock.
employed and good lit guaranteed. No
and will favor his audience w ith a first-« la— ready-made -iiit- -old for tailor-made good-.
I Staall Show»tty.
If von xxant tir-t clas- printing yon must
Remember what xce -ax
-pec«
h.
All
are
invited
to
attend.
The («aine ami U»gaii club r->II.|.u¡
>t ‘ the Hui - ('dice, where San I ran-
tlir
in tli.1 'S, urine!” Ia»t wc k. »xliib
Mr-. J <>. < . Winu ’ found in her garden
price- are charged.
< Lo'claa/t aud HcnrfrirjiM.
naine» <*« a nuuilx.r i.f ni»ii-re-i»lviit-
last Saturday a -trawhvrry -tern on which
Hon W. D Fenton of Lafhyette. Dem-
county, "wvi ral in nor* an.l run a t.
were a large ripe -t raw berry, a half-grown
ocratic candidate for Pre-idential Eh < tor,
i V«
i
wh*> arc a» cc
green one, and a promising blossom. Thi- will -peak a- follow-:
lami ami Hetnlrb k - a» wc
h rather late n»r -t ,'xvl.crrie-. - A-hland
A-bland, Friday evening. Oct. 17th.
HepiiMican frien.l» «lo n >
Tiding».
i JaFk-mvilh . "atiir lax cxeninj. <»< t,l-th.
Speaking to commence at ea< h place at
J. W. Hay-of Central P«»int ha- favored
Irrtumf.
us with a huge -ample of fruit, -haped like 7 :.’>» o’clo. k
John IK rg. a resident of < htmii
J. T. Boxvditch of A-hland ua-admitti*«! a |war. the mime of xx hu h we have been un­
Everybody i- invited to turn out and
piTuinct, had a neighbor, named 1«
to practice iu the < ouri- of thi- State upon able tudi-eowr. lie -.iy> it gr< w in Sam’s hear the p«»litii .il i--m - of the day ably
arre-ted thi- week on a c harge of
a eertifieat-* from .yfinnv-ota.
▼allry on a tree whi< h wa- planted many discussed.
CVimnilted rape on Ikrg’- nife.
Work on the new hri> k buildings hi Jack- year- ago.
fondant will have an exan»imition
I Hr fit lli.rorrrn
tire Foudray
court here thi- week
-onville is progressing -teadilv. notwith­
1» IJun of this pla <• thi- week received ' Tlia' ¡»daily bringing joy lithe homv-M
standing the changeable Weather.
a large stuck of tir-i -la-- furniture direct lot thou-andi by saving many of tlnir d<-nr
.< Largr Club.
ones from an early grave. Truly is Itr.
The Clewluiid an/l Hendricks club >»f
We are sorry to hear that the family of fr»»m Chicago, which will be-«»Id at price* King s view Discovery for ‘ onsumption.
He also sell* sa-li < oughn. folds. Asthma. Ilrom-hitis. II.iy
’w ksonville n>»w numbers over ^»amh« Henry L. White of Ibrek 1‘oint ha’ been that defy competition
Fever, I.os<of Voii't’. Ti> klingin the Tliroui.
M. many names art* being add«*4 daiiv bereft of their eltleM ehild. a promising lad ami door- at P irtlaml price-. Whenever
l’ain in Side and i.'hest, or any disease of
'•uioeracy of Jack-on county i> wide- of three year-
lie had been sick but a you wish anything in his line, you will find the Throat and Mings, a positive < lire
Trial bottle free at E. I..
will give their -tandHrd-brjirvrv «hurt time. T he community extend» its it greatly to your advantage to call on him liiiaraiit'-ed.
' Brook»' Drugstore. Large sizeI1.U0.
ami ascertain bis prices.
condolence to the grief-stricken parents.
Hnity.
7
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MISCELLANEOUS.
« APIT.II. Pltizi: K7.V.OOO.
i
II
ASHLAN1 >. < >H!,<;<)\
MAX MULLER,
l ick.'Is only K5. shiirt . In |.ro|H,i*tloi>.
tl
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BLOCK
MISCELLANEOUS.
IK L'lvi t
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ot
lei
AND CARTRIDGES
li
1*.
ami
I
it
< lara
GUNS
PISTOLS.
l.S
Is
ed n large amount of
nperior quality this
Fi
IRON ALB
Ad.i
I
Bro
ring
t fully you«-». C. H. OILMAN, Prop’r R« d !1* um .
714 and 716 J St. u i 71X and 715 O*k Avenue, Sacramento. Cal.
i:
Ro< k
Hally .•
O.ir 20.000 < o.louarr. anti 12 Year»' Kceor.l
K«*lrreiiee*
MILLER & CO
Hie
I,
» XV n
Tru
Note oar <'atAhwur Prfcwi.
ONE PRICE Guaranteed.
HARDWARE
a
ni cer of Klaniath Indians hat «
alley rm a trading expedition
Th
Brown
i »• a
icd
M Brautl.n ht and Hurrv War
a boy-, paid us a vi-it Sundav
•re. h.
IvW
And
AND FURNISHING GOODS.
\vt
i:
A (
A lari
*rn in
CENTLEMEN’S FINE SUMMER CLOTHINC, HATS
Herman Ro-t« l of A’r«*ka paid hi - brother.
B Rostel of this place, a vi-it the fore-
rt of the week. He lias sin« v rcturnc«!.
■»
on
'I
.11
A Wilderness of Beautiful Things!
h*o 51 Willard of A-hland. the popular
mazer of Miller A Co.'.- hardwai e -tor
ale J;.' k-otivillc a living vi-it la t Tut
it>< *
X
I
BEAUTIFUL GOODS for SUMMER!
ai
n.1- -oni m- J>t1 »J
in wed to A-hland.
I
r.i
tl
O, Coaninti nr
Senator Dolph reach»
time after the train was <
a Vt»i» c in the entire ri
State, bi- arrival f’om
had just concluded a Rupi
was await«* I
He i-» •
who would I m .* granted
yet lie charged M r. '
friend of the luonopoli.-
•everely for i ts -ml t-»
i n
nunc of w Rich charge* ca
r
...I
h
I.ii
Corrected Price-list of Groceries Every 60 Days!
l
i:
»r tv
nt X
THE RED HOUSE OF SACRAMENTO I
I’m I«* (>eo. I »marni of Silver Lake v
ha- gone to - »uthrrn California, wher
will probably remain duringthc xvintcr
a
of tin
X* «
w
W
°r
in f
ACCEPT THE SEASON’S COMPLIMENTS,
ha- -"Id hi- Republican paper at >ant.i B"
I
ialcd him-elf with the "Alta'
f a
Minn- Walker
e vear-.
of
X
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r.
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XX a
a r
(
re
HALE BROS. <&, CO.,
J M Payne of Salem, formerly
of thi- place, i- .-ven tare of the s
utive committee of the Butler ;i
party.
Jam«*- O'Meara, f«»rnic I of t hi
i ng
mder
W P.
lira
Dry and Fancy Goods !
11 aiilev, #7
Belass: Oscar Kincaid. 92; Clara Cam-
cron, sí» Lena < ameron. hx; Miles < an trail.
WE CLAIM TO HAVE
<SX ; Genevieve Moore, 85. Thoma- Turner,
X*»; Everett Mingus, **L
The Best Assorted Stock and Lowest Prices on this Coast!
( Cla—: Susie Turner, 97; Mattie Sisley,
97: James Slover,
Shiver. 92; Anna Shipley, 92:
Together with all the LATK BTYLEH in the inurkwt.
Kaspar Kubli, 91: George Linn, 85; I/ittie
i
Accident.
Reed. 81.
Robt. Neal of Wagner « reck had a nar­
(.EXMWXR DEPARTMENT.
Bend a TRIAL ORDER. Sample*, or a har.d»<»intlj Illuatratad CatalofU«». forwarded to an> ud-
|
A (’lass: Frank Dowell, 87: Herman row escape from death a few «lay- since. drMB, opon applicarlo«;.
He wus handling a « artridge that would
Bilger, .<».
«' < 'la--: —M.iggicShipli y. <•: ( ora Brown not go «41. ami. striking it on« «* t«>o «4t«*n. it
?9. V.*/, «W5 atid 835 K Street; and lbtf, Xiuth Street.
smklvnly explode«! with great force, putting
8.3; Birdie Donegan, 81.
INTERMI DIATE DEPARTMENT.
¡ out one of hi- eyes and seriously wounding
SACRAMENTO, CAL
A ( la—
Jimmie Wat-on. Mary Day. th«* other. Hi- left hand was also mutilated
T
55
in
a
horrible
manner,
so
that
lie
will
lo.-c
May Hutter. David Thump-on. Mollie Mil
at
h
ast
a
portion
of
it.
His
attvndingphy-i
ler, Laura Luy.
B « la’-
Maggie Moody, George Biev- < ian i- of the opinion that Mi. Neal i- not
enue, Thaddviis Reynolds. Lydia < h mon.-. -aft* from total hlindn« --.
And a cordial lu vital imi to «»hare yo»r trading favors with
Carrie Kent. Jennie Reames, Jimmie Linn.
Proposal Itenrwrd.
(’( las-:- Lena Bowden. George Brown,
Four year- ago we made a propo«ition to
\ mile Eaton Minnie Eaton. Marv« 1 I ay lor.
furni-h new subscriber« with the Tixn-
PRIMARY DEPARTMENT
free of charge if Garfield was ele« t«-d. We
Daisy Bilger, Lottie Brown. Rosa Bren-
Hand for our mammoth, handsome
now renew this proposition, and any’body
tarn», Maggie Eat<m. Emma Helms. Annie
who want- this paper can have it free for
Willie
Helms, Rosa Lny. Ida Webster.
a war in ca-e Blaine win-
In case Cleve­
Brown. Rudolph Benz, E<lwar«l Day. Willie
land i- the victor, the regular subscription
(•rob. Freddie (»rob, Bcrti«* Kent. Henry
A <‘oni|»h*te lxH»k of u*krly UU page« mailed free on application; al*© a
price is payable t<> us at om e
Klippci, Harry Luy. Harry Miller, Will it
l.ont Hally.
McDaniel. Walter Moody
Henry
The !»(•lnocrjK \ of Jat k-oii touniy will
Jennie Booth. Martin Lou-ignont, I Miar
Our spaci<Mi* Store*, oon*i*ting of IS,(100 square fe««i of room. cr<>wd©d with
hold their la-t rally tor this campaign in
Lou-ignont. Joseph <¡rimes, James G
Jack-onville on Mon-lay. Nov. 3d. the
( lytle Uarev, Austin D. Parker.
enitig before election. Several -p<*ak<T- i
Booth. Albert < onley.
In order to be placed on the roll of honor be in attendanev and a grand time will
Beautiful effect* in LAWM8. from 7 cents per yard up.
pupil- niu-t have the following standing
had. < ome "lie! (Mine all!
Th«* new«* >had*% in BUNTINCS, NUN'S VEILINCS,
Attt ndam <*. I”1’, punctuality 1«"»; d« port-
Depart fd.
SATEENS, PERCALES, CAMBRICS, ETC
ment. !«»; -di«Jar-hip. so.
A irreat assortment <>f
It i.-xxith regret that we nnnounc
In the Higher Department pupil- are
death of Sila- P. Hanna and J. M. Pr
placed in tho.-e classc- in whi< h they have
two old and highly rc-pcetcd citizei
th« ir mo-t important studies: -ome in the I
thi- county -men whom we can illy
B < 1 — pur-uing a few studie- in the A
Our Milliner} Parlon* arc
xvith. In the next is.-lie of the T imi - XVI
da.— , while-ome in the C cla— have stud-
I m - published « xtended obituary noti» <•>
ir- in tin B cla--. and «»the!- -oinc in thv A
< <rammar grade.
II untnl.
Shade Hals from 25 cent« up. Dre-® Ihitb to order on shortest notice.
Parent- and all oilier», intere-ted in the
A cook who can give g<
school and -chool work are earne-tly inkit­
n -ccure an excellent situa
ed to vi-it us freqm*ntly.
GE<> II WATT. Prim ipal.
W m . P riest ,
R.
i
A i . ice D orr i>*.
Teacher
11 km i. N ew hi in
ii
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W. A s Join
(hsid ird . W
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W. M.» Emmet
Abbott
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f this >
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The East Oreg-mian. published al Pen
dleton, n«ys
M O. Willi» ha- returned
from a long and unsuccessful
through ( a-tern Wa-hingt*m ami
Idaho of one <ieo. Bolter and "Pr
rill, tvhom he wanted for stealing an organ
belonging to him. They are now -aid to
be in -• mthvrn < »iogon.
i
Wed
id
Geo. Bigham ha- left A-liland and will
go t«i Corvallis to conduct W 51 Web-tcr'.-
-oda-works at that place.
«
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Gi
.1 Good .tfoM// 1'ailnrfn.
During the year 18<J there were 10,
failures in business in the United States ami
Canada. Some of these xvcrc big concerns,
and some were very small. Failure i- sor­
rowful business to any man, «-pci ¡ally if it
is his health that fails. A great many times
1O.5G8 people fail in health in tbecourse of a
year. Many of them might he -aved if they
would take Brown’s Iron Bitter- the great
family medicine ami restorer of xvasted
health.
R« i
nett, lately
of Mi
\
• o R m at
HATS de CAPS.
CLOTHING,
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS & SHOES AND
Total.........................................
Poli tax. SI euch, oil 1.184 )>olls
Man.
I m -. ii
Evw> article
SILKS AND SILK MIXTUBES
a
uit
ir
check and orde
he l lMl - office
Hull of Honor.
HK.llEi: HEPABTMF5T
Class; Hattie Reames.
COUNTRY ORDER DEPARTMENT
Illustrated Catalogue for the Season of 1884
p.
X
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Ta.r lArry.
At the Octolx-r term of their court, the
county commissioners made a tax levy of
20 mills for the ensuing year, to-wit :
Support of Stato government. 4 mill* $ 8,5.r»i
All Order* sent Vt> our hou*e reçoive PROMPT find CAREFUL ATTENTION.
8upi»ort of insane aaylam. 1 mill, ........ 2J&-
Btate university, 1-10 niillw
21:
warranted to hr uh represented. We carr> full linen of
Indian war debt, 5-1U mills..
I f»/.
School fund. 4 mills
*-.55:!
County purposes. Juli mills.
22.23V
xx
X
.. $7 I..I i'.,i
hai>i
Mr- M A. Ereclaud has gone to Crook
county, to look after her stock interest-
near Prineville
Ja-. Wheeler of A’reka has been paying
A huge watermelon. that holds out a per­
petual invitation to th«* thir-ty visitor, at­ I.inkville a visit. He is inten-ted in thv
tracts much attention at the Mechani« - -aloon business at both place-.
Mt—-r-
Youmans arc now traveling
fair in Portland. It wa- -ent frtmi Sardim
creek. Jackson county by B. F Miller, a-a over the county taking orders for grafting.
gift to G. H. Andrew-, the trea-urvi of the They umh r-tand their bu-incs-.
O. A c. R. R. it i- no sardin«\ -ays the
"< >rrgonian."
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Win
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Mis- Katie Chitwood of Ashland ha- re­
turned from her vi-it to Coos hay.
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Fred. Walp«>le of
tist. was here Tuesda
T B. Vale and T.
wert' here yesterday.
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Higher
il 3-1 30
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9 r 2y
Primary
11
J72
T«»tal
J. Conley of Lake county i- in town and
may locat«* here.
Sheriff’ Jarolw.
for the la-t fortn
hi- offi< ial di
:igam
I,
DEPARTMENTS.
M r- W. J. Plvmale will go to Portland on
a visit this wecK-
P. Avery and Geo. Jone- of Lake county
are gathering beef t attle, preparatory to
making a drive south.
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and
household gouils. $K»,251 : In
4,36Z, valued at fl<»>.9*2 « atti®. 8 'so, |i.ü»
127, sheep, 22.29»;. ♦2*».::jti: -wine. I2.31ti
|J4,(m>. Gru— value of property, I ’,.‘H«L«»24
indebtedness, $7u5.481: « xemption 1217
714 taxable property. 12.13* 42t» n
of ¡-dis. 11M.
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Frank Anderson of the Klamath agency*
is iu the vallev.
in of Sardine creek and W. P.
Ann- creek visited Jacksonville
week.
Tl
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//./,/. /•< mu
Uncle Fred. Heber is seriously ill. we are
sorry to say.
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The Salt creek school closed la-t week
with an entertainment, which proved quite
st and
! interesting. Geo. Mason, who has been in
at the
• barge of thi- school for the past three
! inonth-, ha- proved an efficient teacher and
gave genrial sati-faction.
of
k . so . vi
Mrs. Annie ( base is paying this place
visit.
I and having a good stock of material, will
no doubt give full satisfa» tion.
of tllf
K
iit
w a . v ti o a .
Our old friend Ben Haymond of Rock
Jesse Dollarhidi of Ashland ha- sold om* ments, tombstones, eti., has been putting
of hi-cottages to Mr- C«ilver of Pho nix. 1 up -ome tine in irble-work in the Jat k-oii- Point made u> a « all last Tuesday.
who will probably resit!«* there hereafter.
ville cemetery. IL- has a tirsi-( la.*i> me­
Doug. Jones is paying hi- parents, who
Johnny Singletary, formerly of Rook chanic iu his employ and oilers superior in- re-ide at Roseburg, a brief visit.
*
Point, is now a resident of Portland ami i- ducements in his lim^
Max Levin-on, representing the •'Orego­
in the employ of the Oregon Tran-fcr Co
A numljer of R(‘puhli« an- in thi- county nian,” "’as in the valley this week.
J. M. Childers ami family have returned
There arc some rumors to the effect that will vote for Cleveland. They say (hey
railroad work will lie rr-ume«l at an early ; want a change. It cannot be any worse to from their visit to Wa-hington territorx
date: but wc hear of nothin'-'’ authentic V«'t. | have a new administration for four years
J. H. Oatman. M Liddle and H Ammer
laud give the Democrat- a chance to make
a large
man of Eden pre«-in« t were in town»<atur-
i good their profc->ion-.
dav.
Emil DeRoboam will not go to California
as reported, but ha- re-opened the wagon-
•-hop iu the rear of P. Donegan’- place of
I busine-s. He i-an vxi » llent wheelwright,
Phu
1 -umiiiary <•! I
V j L
Caro
s b\
pai
pi : ns o
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A
P. O. Building. Jacksonville
XX < »rn oi
s»/ iH'fmi' < onrt.
The Supreme Court of Oregon commenc­
ed it- regular fall term on the <»th. The
fol.owing i- a ii-t of ca-es xvliich have been
appealed from thi-.judicial di-triet .
< W. Broback. appellant, v-. W. P. Hull,
rr-pondvnt : appeal from Luke county.
The State of Oregon, appellant, v- Henry
Klippci. re-pondent; appeal from Jack-on
county.
C. A. Uog-\v *ll. ;q pellant. x-. II C. Wil­
son. re-pondent: appeal from Lake county.
W. S Webb, Sr. respondent, vs. L. M.
Nicker-on, appellant appeal from Klam
ath countx.
Three gentlemen from Wi-< <»nsin. a<
¡hath of a loony Iliff.
qiiaintnm »■- of A. L. Reuter ofja« k-on
’¡’he Sacramento (<'al J “Bee" of the <8th
villc. arc now in this section looking for
inst. contain- the following death noliccuf
2,n»*i at re-of land
They repre-ent a G« i
man colony w hich desire- to locate on the a relative of S. p. June-of Jack-onville. and
w ho pH id thi- plate a vi-it on two di He rent
northwc-t coast
o(«a-i«»ii- "La-t night there died in thi-
R. K--‘liler. general manager of the <». A
city the w ife of John A Gill. Her maiden
C. R. R , accompanied bv H<»n. IL 1». Pre­
ble-, managing dire< tor of the Loudon namexva-Mi— Txvognod. but -he bore the
bunk- on thi- co.-i-t. came up in the pre-i- name of her stepfather, being « ailed Mi—
(h nt - ( ar la-t week, on a tour of inspec­ ! Nottingham. She was married but about
a year ago. xva- well known and popular in
tion. They (lid not rcniiin lour.
society, and noted for her amiability and
She leaves a
We xx < re thi- week pleased to sec our old -wcetne— of di.-po-ition.
daughter but a few dax - old.'
friend John Si-cmore. now a resident of
-------- — <—
Wa-co county who brought hi- family to
It la
the home-place in Sam's valley a few day-
\\ • keep con-tantly on hand a full a---«rt-
-ince. where they will reside 'hiring the
im nt ot’ legal blanks, -m b a- warranty and
xvintet
He will return to hi- -to« k ranch
(|iiit( laim deed-, real estate and chattel
however.
mortgage-, school a--c-.-ment schedules,
lea-c«, powers of attorney, clerk’-.-heritTs.
*
¡.¡Mt of •!ttrortt.
-( bool 'iipri intcndeiit'-. a—«•—<>r's. consta­
The following i- the li-t of person
ble > and iu-iH c‘- blanks of all kinds, mm
lected by the county com mi—inner- to -erve mineral affidavits, attorney - -limnum-e-.
a- juror- during the ensuing year: : Eli road -upei vi>or’s receipt-, bond- for deed,
\dam-. Win. Angle. A Alford. J A . An- mechanic’s liens, acknowledgment-, etc.,
etc., ail printed after the latest and best
der,-"'. <». N \ndcr-oii. S. B \lfred . W
form- ana for -ale at reduced rates.
II Atkin<ou. John A-hmead. < hris. Ar
Hold. Geo. Bn-h. Benj. Beall. C. W.
Kack. Ja-. Bell. W. Bev-on. I.
Bi
Will. < . King, grand lecturer for I. (». («.
A. Bi-h. E. P. Bram li. J Bowman. John T. Grand Lodge, ha- made the following ap­
I' N Bi:deey, w H !’••.<■ ling 1. pointment- for thi- month Woodville,Oct.
Brown-worth. <ieo. W. Bennett, W. F. 11th I >th and Kith; Ashland, 17th. 18th ami
Brown I. < 'on-Iant.J. < olcman, J. A. Crain. luth
Wagner creek. 20th: Jacksonville.
B. F I'rouch. R A. Cook, W ( ameron, L. 21-t. 22d ami 23d . Sam‘- Valley. 24th
< hap pel. J A. < a rd well. J . Dodge. P. Dulin, and 2Gth : Medford. 27th . Wildcrville,
John Dosier. E. Dimick. I. J. (’. Duncan, Riddle, ,30th . (¡lendale. 31-t.
S. J Dav. R. S Dunlap. W. W. Erb. H. C.
T/fc Poorhouse, the frrarrttnd Victory.
Fleming, J. J. Frya r, J. D. Fountain. J. B
A-llMoRI . I l.LI.XolS.—J^ie 'Citizen" pul>-
Faith I. Given N S Goodlow.W. J. Greg.
• >ry. N Grimsley. Robert Goodyear, Jacob li-he- the following fai ts : Ahram Beaver,
;ni inmate of the Cols county. Illinois,
G ibriel. J W (». Gregory. I. Gartman. M
Poorhou.se, certifies that he mi tiered several
V Hurst. It. Hall. G. T. Hvr-hb< rgcr. <>. i year- with the m<»>t acute rheumatism, so
Harbaugh. J N II »< kcr-mith. S B. Holl. that he could not labor, aud finally became
so poor and prostrate he wa* sent to t *' hr
M. A Houston, B. Haymond. J. A. Han­
|MX»rhonsr. The
**
physicians there gave him
ley. II. V. Helms. F. B Inlow. G.W.Isaac-. up and -aid he must ' die.
’
* hut. as a last
( nam e, they tried St. JacobvOil. A few
• F. M. JctTrie*. Will. Jackson, Ja- Kent. J
application-
gave
relief
and
by it- contin-
Kimc.G.W. Lanze. J. T Layton. J. S. Lacey.
Ued use he wa- enabled to leave
hi1 bed.
___
...
, J. M M itnej A Meyer«
V Miller J. N. To ’hl- i- added
.
the certificate of the Super-
Mansfield,J McDonough.H. C. Mulvany.C. intend« nt. to the truth of the statement and
< McClendon. Thos. Martin. F. J Martin, to hi- beliefThat the mau’s life wa-saved
bv the use of the Great Remedy.
IC B. Matney. C Magruder. J. M. Nichols.
Commenting upon the foregoing, the
J Nunan. T. A N’ewtn in. G. Naylor. P H. •‘Citizen'’ say-, editorially. a-folioxv- "We
Owing*. John O’Brien. J. A <»bviichain, are plea-ed to In* able to testify’ to the cor­
M. Pur iin. F. M Piyinule. J. A Pankey. rectness of the above, as the case came di
rectly under our notice; anyone desirim
M E Pogue, s. Randle-, J. M. Robert*, T. further information can correspond will
II Stimson, L. Sbideler, 8. II. Stephens.
this office.’’
------ DEALER iN
Louisiana State Lottery Company
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
*• H’r do hereby certify that wc fotperviHC
thr arrait<i<
nt* for all t.ir Monthly and
S'-mi-A iinual lh airinya of The 1 ,om kihikl
state Lottery Company^ and in pernon «THE I NIUTKSK.NEp TAKE» PlXAbCKE IV
manayt- and control the Drawings fhtm- 1 mformin« tl.c publie ihm |æ 1^ purclut-..
.selves, and that the same arc conducted u Ah L. Holomon s interest in the
hunt .sty. fai mt .s.s, and m good faith toward
all parties, and we authorize the Company
to usi thi s eerfiiicafc, with fac-si miles of our
signature# attached, m its advertisements.1
v i intuii.
JARVIS EVANS In »Lis fity. < »et.
b> Rex.
R. C. Oglcnhy. Jas. \V. Jarvi- and Mi— (»Ilie
Evana.
VANHORN FIRESTONI At Asldanl.O<t<4M*r
12th, L. M. Van llorn and Miss Elisabeth Firo-
Htone.
POST
uni: \.
Whirl, will I» krpt Mnckwi with a compilo m
tir-t- ciham H-Mirtment of general merciifuidiHc I
will »ell at
ARMPRIE8T- On Forest cre«*k. Oct. Itli. to Mr.
and Mrs. Ju-. Arinpri«*-t. a -on.
H1EVENLE In Jacksonville. Oct. 14th.
and Mrs. John Bievonnr. a son.
EDDINGS In Willow Springs j>nTin< t. Oct<»bi
l»Uh. to Mi. and Mt-. Nort. Eddiug-. a sou
IU1 t-p< »under.
8PAKL1N On William- rn»««k. Oct. lt»th. t«» M
and Mrs. H. H. Spa^hn.a daughter.
KINGSLEY N»»ar Ashland. Oct, 7th. to Mr. and
1 iicorpnrntt'd in 1-6- for 25 year* by the Legis­
Mrs. R. Kingsley, a son.
lature ior Educational and Charitable purpose»—
llll.L In A-hland, Hept. 2-th. to Mr. and Mrs. with a capital of >1. iii.uu u> which a reserve
fund of $55u.ui*i ha> -I’lre lws*n add«i.
Wni. lhll, a son.
By an ov4«rwh'«hning popular vote it* franchise
NININGER In A-hland. Oct. 8th. to Mr. mid wa-
nnd'«n pa»t of th« pr. -.-nt Stat« Co; -t itution
Mrs. W. T. Nininger, a son.
adopt.-I 1». «•. 2d. A. D. 1-7*.».
Div only ljott»«rj ever vot»«d on and “ndorsod by
the poop' • ■
| S!;tO .
im ft.
PRUETT In Manzanita prerr < t. Oci. JMh,
pneumonia. J. M. 1‘uiwlt. aged about »»A ye ai
TERRILL In Little Butte pn-cinct. (let. ml.,
of scarlet fever, a son of Mr. ic.d Mr.-, .h-fl.
Terrul; air's! about 5 years.
C(»LL1NS In Ed»«n prfcinct. Sept. 22d. Martha
Ann. beloved wife of Jas. W. ( ollma; aged IB
years.
M(»(»MA In A*hland. Oct. 3d, of typhoid f« v< r.
Mr-. A. R. Moonia.
SAI.I MARSH At Sterlingvill**. O<«t<il>er 14th. of
diphtheria. Madison, son of Joseph and Ella
'’•ihmarsh; aged about 2 jears.
Wt *Tl' -At Rock Point, Oct. 14th. of intormit-
♦o! fever. Charlt* Tuffs, son of Henry L. and
Ha ‘e A. White; ag(*d 3 years and 19da -.
HANN’.x In this city. Oct. 1 Ith. Silas P. Hanna,
a native of New York; aged 60 years. 7 months
and 9 days.
WALLACE -On Wolf creek. Oct. 12th. Benjamin
Theodore Wallace, youngest -on of M. T. and
R. R. Wallace; aged 15 year«. II month- and two
days.
CALDWELL At (»old Hill, Oct. sth. A»onzo( ..
infant son of < ’. IL and Lvdta A. Caldw II.
THE GREAT GERMAN
REMEDY
FOR PAIN.
Relieve« and rur«i
RHEUMATISM,
Neuralgia,
Sciatica, Lumbago,
NA< H A< HE.
HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE,
SORE THROAT,
QlIXSY.SWELi.IXGH.
»rnaiNM.
Soreness. Cuts. Bruises.
FROSTBITES.
Bt'BMB, BCAMMk
And allother bodily achea
and -mina.
FIFTY CENTS « BOTTLE.
Hrddbynll DrngflM«and
Dealer*. Directions in !l
Ini.KUiqjeA
The Charles A. Vognler Co*
tfeWMOTr, io A VOGEIXR • 004
ItelitaMr«. ML, UI L
Very Reasonable Rates.
Give me a <«njl and smp for yn«ir*4vw
MW MILLER
AUCTION SALE I
Live Stock, Farming Implements
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Hw <>rotid M**i(le Number l»rnui*igs
lake plnee monthly.
It never «cile- or
fNWtpfinMl.
% SI’IIM‘111 «»1*1’011 t I \ I I s
IO
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I III \|\ I H < ,|{ A X I >
III: AW IN«.
(LASS I. IN 1 III \( 4DI M\ Ob
MI SK
NEW ORLI \NS. I I I SDAY Octo,
brr II. ism I73U Monthly Diawinv.
( Th« urd.-n.vi.sj will „.¡I», , utlhl. nuri
,i.s piccn ..
nilj,w »oath of Aaldand, e
Saturday. Oct. 25. 1884.
Capital Prize. 875 000.
ini’lmn1iÌ2!.H,Ork- “"I ’U'4 i'rain *,rd
oi'ra:,x •"mnch-
100.000 Tickets a» Five Dollar. Fa. b
Fraction«, in Fifths iu uroDortion.
I.IHT OF PRI7F.»
1 CAPITAL PRIZE
1
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APPROXIMATION PR1Z.FH,
y Approximation Prize« of .<75 i
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OFFICE STORE
-
Fin® Mar** and C<dtw.
3 5. (MU
25.<nu
10.000
!(«.(■© i
io «win !
10.(00
a ».(«ii
BUKO
25.(1«)
25.<i« •
i
Om, S|^n fine mac Work Horae*,
an lu-nd of Hoc* <or thmwbotit»,.
Iw<>Mow»ra. nrarl, new.
Two Wiucon» »nd
Othei Farming Implement»
ikrms Twelve monili»' credit, with *t>t>ro*
*ecuntj. or a liberal discount for cmh.
____________
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J. BOUCK.
BusinessNotice.
Tlu. L. lonotif, th* imblie
| h„p inw.(,.
, *' ,,M‘ “""'I'«*»' cXr<-
• < »lif.,rp,»»,„i l-jfth Mr.-t., wh»ro I will I-
1W7 Prizes, HUiountinK to .
*° ’«“«"«♦ l»u»ihww. ,a<-h .
015.5(1» tíTlL-1’
Application f<»r rat.«- tn club- should be mafie the drawing up of
only to the otli< e of the <*<>in|»an> in N» w (»rh-an-.
For further information write clearly, giving
full add i - hhm . Make I*. <). Money Order* payable
and aadree- Regi-ter»«d letter- to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK.
New Orbwji- Iji.
POSTAI. XOTfCM and ordinary letters by
Mail or Express tall eutna of MA and upward« bv
Expr«’** at our rxpen*e> to
M. A. DACPHIN, NewOrlaan*. La.
Or M. A. DAUPHIN.
6o7 Heventb Ht.. Washington. D. U.
WHEAT WANTED
DEEDS. XOKTGICB. BfllBS, AGttRIETfr
L>w»«e. PowiMof Attorn*;, Hili« of Hair, «te.
abstracter or land title «,
H*ll Ih-al F*t»t*. aiola tend tomakina out Hom*
»trail «nd Prr-rmpUun |mi*-ra ; al«o draw up all
iMp*r* prrtiumiK Io th* mtloumt S natatr*
< ollector of Account«, prompt remittatft e». mud«»*
' InvK«tmeut Kecuntim a H*x ialt); Jackaon Ckmn ’
ty Hcnp bought and aold.
Prompt wply made to all letter».
’ f'*r«** ni tu cordanre with th® tim«®.
Kt
Tn»t:
RESIDING ON THE’
1 lMr«Uneth«plaiw in Willow Hpriu«« precinrt iackaotirjlle.
deMire» to purrluuw a con-id.-nihle quantity of
whmt.and will tmy forty-fir® cent® in caa L per
bu« i»4. d ‘hvpr^I nt his barn For any further
(«articular® enquire of
... n
«
THO8. < HAVNER.
V5 lllow Spring- Precinct, Oct. 8.
Wine and Brandy!
WANTED
A1 AL,.J. XJ mes
trv E
KNEKorric
THE UNPEIWKiNEp TAKE» PUCA8VBE IK
1 inforwtnK thv pablir that be now ho* no hawi
men , » Uw "lock of mpnrior Win» «ad Brand,
h» will wll in qanntiti«, to »ait narrtawm.
/X to »«11 Tenso»'» Cii.r.iKATLD Mu-» and Anfe
C h AKT». Osi H cndhij . D ollam iat month
guarRiit«.<d to
following our it »(rucUoaa.
For pa ticuUrr addrm
JOHN D1ÁON,
tv.<r«u.«oto. Cal.
1 ' *•"*
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