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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1886)
ITA.>< Tear Merit Hilt ZM.
personal mention .
A large assortment of the finest and
Geo. W. Oliver and wife of Maxwell,
A couple of bogus jewelry peddlers un
The unprecedented »ale of Boachee’a Ger-
freshest candies and nuts has just been re | Colusa Co.,Cal., were passengers on the last dertook to dispose of some of their stuff in
within a few years ba» a»ton-
Taxes are now due.
ceived at the 8. F. Variety Store.
* I steamer for Crescent city. They Intend to town this week, but as they had taken out . ,
l.A I It a ,a
safest and best remedy ever discovered for
S hiloh ' s C ough and Consumption Cure
UNITED STATE! OFFICIAL Mill
Read the new advertisements.
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Con
Coldj and the severest Lung troubles. It
sumption. Sold at City Drug Etore.
S hiloh ’ s V italize » is what you need fur | and bubsequently discharged; but the other is In the valley.
Strangers continue abundant here.
acts on an entirely different principle from
NOVEMBER 26, 1886
i took to his heels and escaped, proving too
F. M. Parker of Meadows precinct was the usual prescriptions given dv Physicians,
This is the season of lodge elections.
as it does not dvy up a Cough ami leave the
gave in town Wednesday.
week but it soon disappeared. Consider and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 last a foot-racer for the Marshal,
disease »till in tfie system, but on the con
The finest millinery goods at Mrs. Prims.
! and 75 cents per bottle. For sale at the chase.
Elder E. G. Michael, P. E., is in the val trary removes th« cause of the trouble,
The railroad work is being pushed along
able still lies on lhe higher mountains.
Old papers at the T ime > office very cheap.
...... I 7 (fl
R. M. Shely. a first-class marble-cutter ley on a pastoral tour.
heals the parts affected and leaves them in 25 M hi )»' heavy suit», just received, only.................
rapidly from the steam saw-mill at the sum
Catarrh is a constitutional disease. <’ity Drugstore.
healthy condition. A bottle kept «) “ All woo! light weight suit» “ ..............
The holidays are only one month distant. Hooti's Sarsaparilla is a constitutional rem
mit between Shasta ami Strawberry valleys,
Subscriptions to newspapers or maga hns resumed business at Medford, where
Geo. T. Hershberger of Central Point a in purely
the house for use when the diseases 3) “ English and Scotch suit», »ilk faced, only
and if good weather continues will shortly
zines published anywhere in the world re
was in town yesterday.
Roads and streets are muddy once more. edy. Il cures catarrh. Give it a trial.
make their appearance will save doctor’s 75 “ Fine overcoats, all style« and price»
the best style and at the lowest living
reach the level plains of the latter val'ey,
Mrs. C. Rader and son oi Butte creek
Tailor made pants, fit guaranteed, per pair................................
Sheriff Dean is still on hi» tax-collecting
The soil is now in good condition for
trial will convince you of these facts. It Boys' «uit« ..........................................................................................................
rates. He can furnish monuments, tomb
‘ - U>« m 1 npwaid.
which will afford easy work to the Klam tour.
plowing and many of the farmers are tak Subscribers to the T imes are allowed a stones, etc., of every description and at were in town on Monday.
is positively sold by all druggists and gen
Henry York and son of Josephine county eral dealers in the land. Price 75 cents, Mens
Hundreds of hogs are now being butch- ing advantage of the opportunity offered.
any price. Copings, bases, and all kinds
“ Fine woolen underwear. |«*r »uit. .................................................................. from $2 00 to 4 00
The storms of the past few days will no
Dr. Van Aukin, who had rather an in
of stonework well done. Satisfaction guar
doubt hinder railroad work to some extent,
“ am! Boy«’ overahirts. all kinds..................................................................... from 40ct«. to 2 50
Quite ar. area of soil h»s alrea<h' been glorious career in Ashland, has located in down from Aiken’s saw-mill last week, anteed. Give him a trial.
Charley Howard of Ashland precinct | WHY WILL YOU COUGH when Shiloh’«
Heavy boots, per pair....................................................................
......... $3 (»land upwartl.
and if continuing, will cause a suspension
Cure will give immediate relief ? Price 10 Also tine »hoe» of every description, hats caps, gloves, neck-wear, »ilk handkerchief«, etc., »old at
Eugene city. Ke is a bibulous character.
has returned from Nevada.
of work in extending the road further
most reasonable rates.
O. H. BLOUNT,
The DeMoss family at the U. 8. Hall on I Mason's combination will give an enter
taxes on from $5 to |20 less than they did
Geo. Morine has returned from Linkvilie Drug Store.
northward than Butteville. The force ut
before their acquaintance with one Dr. and is on Butte creek again.
tainment at Holt’s hall to-morrow even
work, however, will be needed to go back Monday.
Boatman, who has quietly “8kip|M*<l” for
on the road between Delta and Shasta val
Another wedding will occur in this vicin ing. They are said to be clever perform
J. A. Hoyt and C. T. Payne of Eden pre JACKSONVILLE RETAIL MARKET.
of millinery goods ever brought to south greener fields.—[Albany Herald.
ley, which was built hurriedly and will ity soon.
ern Oregon, which she is disposing of at ' ductor” some months ago left some un cinct were here yesterday.
need considerable fixing over, as the rain
The building used by L. Buenxow as a
Some wheat is being shipped from Cen
Bruce Allen, lately of Linkvilie, is a reai Flour, per thouaaud lb*»........................... $18 00
the very lowest rates, The fair sex will do settled bills in Ashland. It is needless to
Wheat, per bushel.....................................
and snow along the line will undoubtedly tral Point.
paint-shop is offered for sale cheap. For
dent of Ashland at present.
well to giye her a call.
say they still remain in that state.
cause the grade to settle in many places.
further par iculars enquire at the T ime «
Fast Time, Sure Connection, New Equipments.
Jerry Nunan received a carload of salt
Miss Mamie Brentano of Phtcnix was in Mill Feed, per tot...................................... 17 00
One nf the men engaged in putting up
A big camp of graders will move down this week.
We regret to learn of tbe demise of Mrs.
Hay, wheat or timothy, per ton................. 8 .X)
telegraph poles and stretching wires for tbe Ixmi» Solomon, formerly of Jacksonville, Jacksonville during the week.
this side of Butteville to-day, and it is ex
Egg», per dozen........................................
A number of residents of Ashland, both
Fresh candies and nuts at the S. F. Va
new telegraph company was badly injured
John Stearns uf Wagner creek paid Jack Butter, ¡>er lb.............................................
pected the track will be laid close to Butte
young and o.d, met at Granite Hall Tues- by falling from one of the poles last week, which took place at San Francisco not long
Potatoes, per lb.........................................
sonville a visit during the week.
ville by next Sunday. The surveyors are riety Store.
Cahbuge, “ ........................................
day evening ind organized a musical so- on Siskiyou mountain
The C. A <). Stage Co. is now running on cietv.
Win. Hogue and Mr. Kane of Humbug Onion»,
mor for nearly two years, and death was in
at work laying out a different route for the
Accommodations unaurpaMMMl for comfort and safety. Fares and freight much less than by any
Will people never learn that we don't deed a relief io her. Mrs. 8. was highly re creek were in town Wednesday.
road near King’s salt works, which will be winter time.
Cornmeal, per l(K lb»............................... 2 U0
other route between all points in the Willamette Valley and Ban Francisco. Only route via
Ed. llcndricks of Applegate lias shipped publish communications unless the name
about two miles nearer Yreka than the for-
H. A. Randall has returned to Steriing- Ham and Bacon.....................................07 to 10
Times are (lull and items as scarce as two carloads oi potatoes from Medford.
of the writer accompanies tbe same? The mouAiedby numerous relatives and a host ville from his visit to Portland.
mei route, crossing Shasta river above the money itself.
Dried Apples, per lb..................................
He raised about 09,000 lbs. of them last name will not be published, but we must of friends.
•' Plums, “ .......................................
salt works. It is believed the road on the
Dr. Gleaves and O. Burton of Medford
A nice line of overcoats is being display season.
new route over the old C. 8. Moore ranch, ed at Nunan’s
Tlie Granite Hall Association of Ashland, have been at the county seat lately
A neat white bronze monument has
Sorghum Moiasaee, per gallon..................
below the mouth of little Shasta river, can
If you want a large, first-class paper, sub which is composed of an enterprising and
Deputy Sheriff Jacobs was in Ashland,on Chicken», per dozen..................... $2 00 to 3 00
T C. Powers has moved from Big Butte been placed in the Jacksonville cemetery
........................ $9 to 12(11
be built much cheaper and with easier
scribe for either the San Francisco "Exam sociable set of young men, has let the con professional business, last Saturday.
to Central Point.
♦o mark the last resting-place of Mr« P. iner’’ or New York “Star.” Price only
Hi<l«*»............................................. $1 00 to 2 50
grade, besides saving the building of a
tract for plastering their fine, large hall.
............................................... 15 to 20
Mr. DeMoss, traveling agent for the De Deerskin»
J. B. Pace's tobaccos are the best. Look brown.
Wool, Spring......................................... 17 to 20
bridge across the little Shasta.—[Yreka
$1 50 and $1 respectively. Subscriptions When their scenery arrives from Chicago
8 to 12
out for counterfeits.
J. II Huffer, school clerk, has finished taken at the T imes office.
Journal, Nov 20th.
and their building is .finished, they will
Leave ('orvullis at 2 p . m . Leave Yaquina at 7:10 a . m Oregon A California West Side trains
connect at Corvallis. The Oregon Development Company's
Albert Walker of Sprague river valley Pork......................................................... 8 to 1J
Nature’s remedy is what they say of assessing the district, and will soon be
have about tho best stage and roomiest
Oregon Kidney Tea.
and mules to California from this county auditorium in the State, outside of the lar
Elder H. 0. Fleming preaches at the Lone
Conductor Kearney of the O. A C. R. R.
Don’t forget to see the unequaled DeMoss meeting.
recently, as also a like number be had ger cities.
Oak school-house on Sunday next.
Emery A Co. of Eagle Point elsewhere purchased in Klamath county. Nothing
family next Monday.
Our business men should contribute more paid our town a visit one day last week.
The Rev. Father Kirley of Yreka will of
—WRIGHT—At the reeidenco of the
or less to the graveling of the road between
Paymaster Reed of Portland made the ’ 1 MINGUS
J W. Collins has lately completed a neat notify those indebted to them to come for pays better than raising good stock.
bride’» parent» in Willow Spring» precinct.
ficiate in the Catholic church next Sunday. residence at Phoenix.
ward and settle by the 25th of next month.
Logan, the Ashland photographer, con Jacksonville and Medford, as it will oe of O. A C. R R. employes happy last week.
Nov. 17th, by Rev. M. A. William«, F. M. Min
gus and Mis» Mary Wright. [Compliments re
great benefit and convenience to everybody.
Rev. A. II. Sundermau will hold servi
FBOM HAN FHANCIHCO:
Judge DePeatt of Ashland was nt the
The health of the county is good, cases
ces at the Chimney Rock school-house on of sickness being few.
The J. B Pace Co. in another column the art and is taking pictures that give the The county commissioned propose con county-seat Saturday on official business.
caution the people against imitations of fullest satisfaction. Every imaginable style tributing as great a sum towards this en
J. N. Thomas and wife of Butte creek
Rev. C. II. Hoxie of Medford precinct were in town Monday.
turned from a visit to Siskiyou county, JOHNSON—In this city, Nov. 21st, Lena, wife of Friday...,
will preach at the M. E. Church in this
Messrs Weeks and Stewart were in Jack
The Company reserve» the right to change sailing days
M. Vaughn of Trail creek brought some Britt’s farm near Jacksonville have ceased between the two place«.
place on Sunday.
Fares, rail and cabin, $14. Rail and steerage, $9.88. For information apply to
J. O. McGee and C. T. Davison nf Will
sonville last Wednesday.
J. C. Whipp, tbe scientific worker in iams creek were in Jacksonville a few days
superior jerked venison to town Wednes- their depredations since Mr. B. gave no
Liberal Sunday-school and Bible class
Acting G. F. A Pa»«. Agent, Corvallis, Or.
It is about time that Christmas festivi- day, which was the best we have tasted in
meets every Sunday at 11 o’clock a . m . at
tice in the T imes Umu be would prosecute
a long time.
the U M. L Hall, Talent.
Rev A. R. Bickenbach and family will
all trespassers to the fullest extent of the
to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Peart, a son.
place with an elegant stone coping, which leave for southern California in a short
F. B. Ames is engaged in mining on
L. Pfeil oi Gall's creek made Jacksonville law. ■
Rev. A. R. Rickenbach will hold services
Holman gulch, near town.
at the Presbyterian churcli in this place at
LeBaron it Co. of Elgin, Illinois, are sell the kind in southern Oregon. He has late
D. Linn is having a large barn built on ot that section are ready to make an ex- ing standard works, bound in the hand
the usual hour.. He will then preach his
Prof, Geo B. Colby ot Florida, the spir-
ly finished other jobs which arc hard to
his place west of Jacksonville.
somest manner, at greatly reduced rales, beat. Those needing any stone or marble itialist, is still in the valley delivering lec
The finest and freshest cigars at the 8.
and among the new advertisements make work will do well to give bitn a trial.
The first quarterly meeting of the M. E.
F, Variety Store. Try one.
startling comparisons. Read their adver
Miss Carrie Smith of Wolf ere jk has gone
Church, South, for this circuit will be held
Mrs. M. E. Leach of East Portland, a sis
A skating-rink will probably be started which are being wintered in the Dead In tisement.
in the new Baptist church on Antelope
ter of Dr. Robinson of this place, has just
Fare from Portland to San Francisco....... $32 (Ml
creek on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 27th in this place in a short time.
The publisher of Baltimore, Md., “Every finished a life-size crayon portrait of Mas her health
“ Sacramento........... 30 00
J istices of the peace, notaries public and Saturday,” Mr. T. J. Wentworth, says his
Pay your arrearages at the T imes office
and 28th. Rev. E. G. Michael, P. E., and
J. A. Larsen, of the firm of Larsen A
ter Hawthorne Nottage, son of Dr. G. E.
Close connection» made at Ashland with stage«
real-estate agents will find the best, cheap child, aged six months, was suffering from Nottage. It was taken from a small card Hagglund, is indisposed, having over
and get one of our premiums.
llev. J. R. Roberts will be in attendance.
of the California, Dragon and Idaho Stage Co.
C. E. Nininger has again assumed charge est and most complete stock of blanks at a severe cohl and he gave it Red Star Cough photograph, and is a splendid likeness and worked himself.
“ In the winter ot 1879 I wax attasked with
The Ideal Newspaper.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
Scrofula In one ot the most aggravating forms
of the Union hotel at Ashland.
finely finished picture in every respect. It
Enst Nl<le Divinlon.
The newspaper that never makes an
‘ Dick” Williams, the well-known Port morphia.
At one time I had no less than thirteen large
has been handsomely framed in gilt and is store of McAllen A McDonald, a dry-goods
PORTLAND A AN1ILANI»
enemy has not sufficient force of charac
abscesses over and around my neck and throat,
land lawyer, was half a century old last
The party given at Central Point last on exhibition in one of the show windows firm of Portland.
continually exuding an offensive mass ol
ter to be taken into account as a factor in
week. He was formerly a resident of Jose Friday evening was well attended and was of W. B. Welch’s drug store,East Portland.
Alex. Martin, Sr., has returned to Link
E. V. Carter of tYie Ashland bank his
bloody matter disgusting to behold, and
the community. If it takes a straightfor
A. M. Medford......... 3:14 A. M.
enjoyed by all. Excellent music and sup
The “West Shore” for 1.887 will be much vilie. He bought a large quantity of farm
almost Intolerable to endure. It Is Impossible
Medford........ 3:15 A. M. I Ashland.......... 4:00 A. M.
ward course it naturally runs counter to been appointed a notary public.
Correspondence on all subjects of local per had been provided, everything passing
Ashland........ 8:15 P. M. Medford
... 9:21 P. M.
produce while here.
to fully describe my sufferings, as the case
somebody’s convictions or prejudice and
Call at the Hunter’s Emporium for your importance solicited, but we will not hold off gaily Several couples from Jackson enlarged and improved in every respect.
I Medford........ 9:22 1*. M.¡Portland......... 3:45 P. M .
was complicated with Cnronlc Catarrh. Attei
In both its illustrations and contributed
C. W. Burrage, who is largely interested
excites antagonism. No matter how great ammunition and shelf hardware.
three years of misery, having been treated bj
ourselves responsible for any views ex ville were prejent.
articles it will take a wider range of sub in the iron mines near Rock Point, was
the disposition may be to conciliate oppo
three physicians, I was worse than ever
We want correspondence from every por pressed therein.
The generous people of Jacksonville yes jects, and its contents will be more diver here not lo.ig since.
i Portland......... 1:00 P. M. Lebanon......9:20 P. M.
nents and live in harmony with the world, tion of the First Judicial District.
Finally, on lhe recommendation of W. J.
.4:45 A. M. Portland..... 10:05 A. M.
Huntley, druggist, of Lockport, I was Induced
there are times when the interest of the
Rev. Mr. Baker of Salem, the Baptist
Bring as that wood, those vegetables of gents’ hats and furnishing goods just re thanksgiving present, in the shape of a now for 1887 will receive tne October and
to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. And now, after
public demands bold, courageous words.
minister, has been in the valley on business
and the flour you have promised us.
wagonload of household supplies, w hich November numbers and the holiday issue during the past week.
daily between Portland and Ashland.
having taken twelve bottles, within the last
At such times those who hold yiews an
The O. & C. R. R. Ferry make» connection with
twelve months, tbe scrofulous eruptions have
tagonistic to the paper respect it all the
regular trains on the East Side Division
ored engraving of Mount Hood.
Merritt Bellinger is furnishing this mar unfortunate of late.
from foot of F street.
disappeared, except the unsightly scars, which
more if it speaks out in clear,earnest tones, lighted with electricity before long.
county ami is now holding forth at C. K.
And now it is said that the best remedy
Supervisors ought to be busy repairing ket with hay. He lias done this for many
The California A Oregon railroad has Kinin's store at Talent.
regardless of personal differences. If your
beautifully less.- t do not know what it may
West Side Division.
years past and is always on hand with a for the codlin moth is hogs. Every orchard been completed to Sisson’s and trains are
have done for others, but I do know that In
BETWEEN I’OKI I.Ay I> A < OKV.1LL1M.
local paper never runs counter to your the roads in their respective districts.
where hogs run at large the year round is running regularly to MjCloud’s siding
opinions and ideas, remember that one of
The schools stood adjourned yesterday first-class article.
effective specific indeed. As an evidence ol
to Linkvilie to act as manager of his
my gratitude I send these facts unsolicited,
two things is true, either you have no in and no public business was transacted.
Emil Berbe, G. Karewski’s engineer, is free from wormy apples. As the wormy near that point. This reduces the distance brother’s store at that place.
A. M.'Corvallis. .12:25 P. M.
and 1 am roady to verify the authenticity oi
apple falls it is eaten by the swine, thus to be staged to eighty-five miles, which is
1:30 P. M.¡Portland....... 6:15 P. M.
dividuality and force oi character, or else
Several new divorce cases will come up
W. W. Nickerson and wife, who have
At Corvallis connect with trains of Oregon Pa
any one who doubts it.” CllABLSa A. R ob
traversed by daylight, thus greatly lessen
the paper is a milksop and don’t amount at the January term of the circuit court.
his place, in order to keep the steam flour destroying tho moth.
cific for Yaquinu Buy.
erts , East Wilson, N. Y.
W. H. Wickham, the well-known real ing the discomfort of the trip. The time been in Ashland for sometime past, have
to the traditional “hill of beans.”
This statement is confirmed by W. J. Hunt
Mark Armstrong has been wearing the
gone to San Bernardino, Cal.
ley, druggist, of Lockport, N. Y.. who calls the
A. J. Weeks of Medford precinct, who estate agent, has removed his office to the table for each road, and also the stage line,
marshal’s star during the past few days.
Portland......... 1:50 P. M. McMinville.. .8:00 P. M
Gone to her Rest.
has an extensive orchard of young trees,
....... 9:00 A. M
Love left for Portland this week to pay rel
The wife of A. 8. Johnson of Jackson
Send tor book giving statements ot many cures.
In regard to the unequaled merits oi the
planted 800 trees this season, most of where he is always ready to execute all tinue the summer schedule over the stage
Local ticket« for »ale and baggage checked at.
ville departed this life last Sunday morn ised during the holidaytriiy Ashland talent. which are apple trees.
orders in his line. Prompt and careful at li«e just so long as the condition of the atives and friends there a visit.
company’» up-town office, cor. Pine and Second
streets. Tickets for principal pointe in Califor
roads will allow.
ing after a short illness, though she had
tention given to business.
The population of Central Paint has in
lion. John 8. Herrin of Ashland paid
nia can only bo procured at company’» office,
H. E. Baker, the Medford warehouse
Bold by all druggists. *1; six tor »5. Made
been ailing for several months past. She creased considerably during the past year.
« or. F au<l Fr«»nt ttts.«
which with its latest improvements is conceded by im
The price of wheat in Albany is four or
only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
man, has been here lately, lie says the
Freight will not be received for shipment after
partial and practical farmers everywhere to be the
was one of the pioneers of southern Oregon,
Why don’t you take advantage of the grain market is dull and not a great deal of five cents more than in neighboring towns was raised in Siskiyou county. Cal., by has improved considerably of late.
five o’clock P. M. on either the E:»t or West Side
best plow that ever turned soiL
having removed here with her parents T imes ’ unpar al leletTclubUng inducements?
E. 1*. ROGERS.
Easy on the team, because it is the lightest draft Divisions.
N. F. Steadman of Ashland made our
not touched Ixy the Oregon Pacific. When some parties finding the body of a man in
wheat is being shipped
G. F. & Pass. Ag’t.
when a girl. Mrs. J. was a lady of many
Easy on the driver, because the plow being in
southern Oregon is joined to California by Willow creek. It was thought to be the town a call this week. He is now engaged
Hubert Donegan is now at Butteville,
good traits, who was always ready to as
front, its work is always in direct view.
Cal., where he is engaged in blacksmith was not generally observed in this portion rail wheat will be worth at least ten cents
Easy to operate, because simple in construction.
sist the distressed. She leaves a sorrowing
ed some.time before, and it was supposed
Easy for tne boy« to handle on account of the per
R. E. Davis of Liakville, one of the en
of the world. A large number of turkeys a bushel more than now.
fect manner in which it Turns a Square Corner.
busband, mother and son. Her funeral ing.
Thanksgiving service« were b,®ld at the were sacrificed, however.
ergetic young men of Klamath county, ar
descriptive, illustrative, demonstrative,
Eyery subscri’ie»’of the T ime « who pays
paid Valuable outfit and particulars For circulars,
took place the following day, Rev. A. R.
showed the “Yreka Union” a letter re rived here yesterday. It looks suspicious. WIIKII
philosophical, irrefutable, convincing, sensa
Presbyterian church by Rev. A. R. Bicken
nUlIll h^e. P. O. VICKERY, Augusta, Me. logical,
tional, astonishing, amusing, comical, but all true
Bickenbach conducting the services. A
New goods have just been received by T. Iris arrearages will be awarded a year’s ceived by John McLoughlin from Con
when they describe the pioneer three-wheel
E. C. Kane, D. McCarthy and Wallace
large concourse of friends ami acquain
J. Clopton of Brownsboro, who sells at as subscription to the •‘Western Plowman.” a stable, dated at Bakeoven, Wasco Co., Or.,
plow, the Flying Dutchman, address,
Rodgers of Ashland were in Portland last
Central Point has a singing-school, Prof. tonishingly low rates for cash. Give him a first-class agricultural publication, and a
tances followed the remains to their last
Oct. 22, 188“, in which he
that he is
MOLINE PLOW COMPANY, M«H m , IIII n B
call and see bis fine stock.
on the horse, free of charge.
signed, doing business at Eagle Point, by
We regret to learn that our old friend
county in a few weeks.
Willis L. Culver of Pavilion, N. Y., says
note or book account, will settle the «amo by
Cardwell Bros, have lately added several
Go to Newman Fisher’s for bargains in that Gilmore’s Magnetic Elixir cured him
Wm. Taylor r.f Ashland precinct is suffer December
The change of time in the O. A C. sched
\bstraots made of Titles to Lands.
One Kincade, who was indicted at the every line, He*is bound to sell out, and of a long-standing throat and lung trouble. hne horses and new vehicles to their all
E. EMERY A CO.
ing with partial paralysis of the lower
last term o.’ court for assault and battery soon, too.
ready large number of turnouts and spare
Sold at Robinson’s drug store.
committed on Silas Hawk of Manzanita
no pains to give satisfaction. They mean the people of this valley, and the mana
Clayton Coker is n tw a resident of
drawn up. especially pert air »ng tc
precinct several months since, was cap
to keep a livery stable second to none south
tho settlement of estate«.
for their action. Tlie mail that goes on Sprague river valley, Klamath county,
tured at Oakland by Sheriff Agee of Doug the San Francisco market with a number as operators by the W. IT. Tel. Co. at Port of Portland. Give them a call.
LL THOSE WHO KNOW THEMSELVES 1N-
land, and Thos. T. Turner is night delivery
the regular trains now will connect at
debted to J. W. Howard & Co.. either by
Cc!!eetor of Accounts——Prompt Rcmittaarrs
las county last week, at the request of of horses.
A Philadelphia firm advertises a soap Portland and be forwarded east without interests.
note or book account, will please settle the same
Don’t forget to attend Pennebaker’s clerk. All aie Jacksonville boys.
Sheriff Dean, and lodged in jail at Rose
before the first day of January next. or we will be
Investment Securities a Specialty. Jackson
any delay whatever, thus saving one day’s
Dave Earl, M. Abraham, M. Mayer and compelled to force a settlement.
A vast amount of farm produce, etc., has
County Scrip Bought and Sold.
burg. Owen Keegan went down and auction sale of fruit land at Talent on De
age is one of miraculous achievements. time to all persons who have correspond R. E. Davis, well-known commercial trav
J. W HOWARD & CO.
brought him here Sunday morning. In de
Grant’s Paas. Nov. 15, 1886.
I have a complete set of Maps of all Surveyed
Pretty soon some one will be advertising a ence with eastern parties, and also allow elers, have been in the valley during the
Ed. Booth, Who has been cast of the many vegetables a« usual, and they will
Land« in this county, and receive abstracts
fault of bail he will languish in Hotel do
soap that will wash out tbe stains on a non ing passengers to make connection, if they past week.
from Row. burg of all new entries made.
Dean until the January term of the cir
1 am thus prepared to make out Homestead and
paying subscriber's conscience.
wish, and not compelling them to stay
M. Mensor started for the Mountain J K LE BARON&CO.
home last week.
Pre-emption paper», and can thus save to partice
The different Sunday-school« of this
Hon J. H. Stewart, one of the most twenty-four hours in Portland.
the expense of a trip to Roseburg Land Office.
House (Major Barron’s place) yesterday, ELGIN ILLINOIS
Twenty-five thousand of the best Butte place should join in Christmas-tree festivi
Several fine farm» are in my hands for sale.
progressive farmers in the State, has lately
Cattle-buyers of Montana and the East where he will remain awhile for the bene SELL ALL
creek shingles for sale cheap. Apply at ties this year and have a public entertain completed a handsome and well-arranged
PROMPT REPLY MADE TO ALL LETTEB8.
The following is a list of officers of Table
ment in some commodious hall.
the T imes office.
tV Charges in accordance with the times.
residence on Iris place in Eden precinct. It
Rock Encampment No. 10, I. O. O. F.,
Refers, by pertnit'-ion. to C. C. Beekman, Esq.
Harry Hall of Happy valley, Meadowy
A great portion of last season’s crop is
Pay your suDscription to the T ime # one is second to no farm-house in the county. supply for their ranges. There was an in
elected for the ensuing term on Tuesday
Banker; to Hon. L. R. Webster. Judge of this
precinct, has sold his land claim to Mr.
district, and to any business house in
A. J. Weeks was the architect.
evening, Nov. 23d: N. Fisher, C. P.; S. J.
from this section last year, and their su Dodson, and will soon join bis parents.
SILAS J- DAY-
York “Star,” Detroit “Free Press” or
Day, H. P.; R. H. Moore, 8. W.; John A. slow in coming.
C. W. Kahler, Esq., of this place is the periority over the cattle driven up from who arc now in Chicago.
Old papers for sale c‘ 50 cents per 100 at
Boyer, Scribe; H. V. Helms, Treas.; Geo.
owner of several head of the finest trotting Texas was clearly demonstrated. They
E. Ball, who has been engaged in put-
O. H Blount, the popular Ashland cloth horses in southern Oregon. One of his were better bred ami in better condition
Klevas.J. W.; K. Kubli, 8. J. Day and Fred the T imes office. Call soon if von want
) History of Eng., 5 vol»., Macaulay. .$ 3.00
ier and batter, continues to offer great bar >carlings is fifteen hands high and will and stood the long drive across a country
j H;< tory of Palestine. Kitt y ............
them at that price.
Jacksonville Lodge No. 10, I. 0 0. F.,
A complete line of fine gloves at the 8. F. gains in his line. He is enterprising and compete for the Altamont stakes of 1887. where both grass and water were dried up,
i Life of Lincoln, (’rosby..................
county, Cal., this week.
will hold its annual election to-morrow Variety Store, Jacksonville, which will be deserves to be patronized liberally.
J Famous boys who became great men .05
Capt. Werk is in charge of his stock.
while the Texan cattle died by the thou
Several prospectors arrived here during
sold extremely low.
) Irving’» Works, 10 vol«.................... 10.50
Dr. J. O. Allen of Medford would like to sand. Owners of young stock in the Wil
have been in Portland, acting as witnesses
• Dickens’ Works. 15 vol»................. 13.01)
John Howell has returned from Apple the week and started for Evans creek soon teach a class in short hand writing in lamette, Umpqua and Rogue river valleys
> Thrilling Adventure» with Indians.
De Moss Family.
afterward, where one of them had struck Jacksonville. A class of fifteen will be in may expect a livelj’ demand and good
) Pop. Am. Dictionary and Cyclopedia .70
A benefit concert for the Children's Hall gate, where he has been at work on J. T.
) Pinkerton’s Detective Stories.per v. 1.25
a good prospect several years ago.
structed for twenty-five 'essons at the rate prices from tlie buyers who will visit this
Sewing and Sunday School was given Sat Layton’s residence.
- Aad Ail Book» at Large Dl«count».—
Fred. Cronemiller,lately of the LaGrande
Mr, Buchter, a well-known citizen of of $5 per scholar, scl. •rs to furnish a section next season.
Eggs arc bringing 25 cents a dozen regu
urday evening at Children’s Hall. The
principal part of the entertainment was larly in this market and have been sold Lancaster, Pa., has used St Jacobs Oil,
PRO RO NO PUBLICO.
ing the past W’eek. He is now represent
Committee of Arrangement»:
and considers it an excellent remedy in and fuel.
furnished by the DeMoss Family, who exe for 30 cents a dozen.
ing that well-known paper, the “West
The farmers and
nen are becoming
We will receive in about ten days a fresh
cuted an excellent musical programme,
Business has been lively in the sheriff’s cases of swellings, bruises and burns
Moa. 182. IM Third St.,
Raphael Morat bought the mining prop much alarmed on account of the glanders supply of new goods—direct from the east
consisting of vocal and instrumental solos, office lately, three deputies being employed
J. T. Plant, traveling agent for Hooker
erty belonging to W. Prefontain, which was prevailing at the railroad front. They are ern markets—consisting of Ladies' Fine
orchestral music, operettas ar.d a dramatic a portion of the time.
sold at sheriff’s sale l ist Saturday, bidding anxious to have the Supervisors of Siski- Dress Goods, Flannda, Prints, Hosiery, A Co.’s famous English remedies, called at
reading. On Monday evening next another
C. 8. Jenkins is teaching the Uniontown
kivou county establish quarantine, in or Rubber Goods, Ladies’, Gents’ and Misses’
concert will be given.—[8. F. ChiuuMe
district school and giving satisfaction. It the amount of the judgment and costs.
ward. Of course they will be advertised in
WE INVITE INSPECTION
The masquerade ball at this place on der that the disease may not spread al! Shoes.
We keep constantly in stock a complete
Children under 12 year« of age, 50 cento.
New Year’s eve will be *he event of the over the country.
Two grand prize« will be given for the two beat
A. F. Eddy has gone to Pendleton to ac
Mrs. D. A. Sackett of Little Butte pre
There appears to be no necessity for assortment of Groceries, Provisions, Con
season. Everybody and t ir sisters and
unstained characters; also two grand prize« for
cinct was brought to town last week and Moratcase, but no further steps have been their aunts and their cousin J will attend.
idling on the part of unemployed laborers. fectionery, Tobacco and Cigars. Any goods cept a position as liook-keeper for Alexan
or Married Men, and the two richest costume«.
not kept in stock ordered for customers on der A Frazer, which is considered one of
examined in Judge PePeatt's court on a
Are you made miserable by Indigestion, The contractors building the extension of
eOKlAI. IXVITATIOM KXTKJDID TO ALL!
Engel Bros, of Phoenix have an immense
short notice without extra charge. Inspec the leading firms in eastern Oregon
charge of insanity. She lias become quite
By the Thousand !
All who 8uffor from
Constipation, Dizziness, i '« of Appetite, the California and Oregon are engaging
There will be a grand masquerade parade on the
melancholy since the death of her children and first-class stock of goods, w hich they Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vi izer is a posi every man who comes along, as they wirh tion is respectfully solicited from all inter family will follow him in a short time.
m . «nan .
HE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW TAKING OR.
about eighteen months ago,and has a desire are selling very cheap.
Fred. A. Walpole of Meadows precinct,
tive cure. For sale nt the \ ity Drug Store to extend the line as far north as possible
dors through Jackson and Josephine counties
Thanking the public for past patronage whose skill as an artist is undisputed, is in
before tho winter sets in.
to remain abed continually. Doctors Rob
Quail arc plentiful in the valley, but
The P. O. Department wii. soon be asked
inson and DeBar conducted the examina ducks and geese have not appeared in con
Emery, the enterprising furniture dealer
es. Sexual Decay. Failing-Memory. W«ak Eyes,
to establish a postoffice a* a convenient
the future, we remain
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
tion and pronounced Mrs. 8. insane. She siderable numbers as yet.
ing Co. of Portland. He is at present en IiRck of Energy. Impediment to Marriage; also
point on Pleasant-creek, w»*h mail service of Ashland, has moved into Iris new
Blood and Skin Diseases, Syphilis, Eruptions.
was taken to Salem by Owen Keegan the
Reames <fc White are receiving new goods from Woodville, which is quite necessary. building opposite the plaza, where he will
SotF Throat. Hair Falling.Bone Pains,Swellings,
Any kind raised in a first-ciaM Nursery.
REAMES A WHITE.
Ulcers. Effects of Mercunr, Kidney and Bladder
across the Willamette river at Salem.
by nearly every train, and keep a complete
keep on hand a larger and bettez stock of
Trouble*, W»‘»»k Back. Burning Urine. Gonor- cific” hereby offor a rewar I of five hundred dol Those wm ting Trees this tall will do well to
Rev. H. B. Ewell of Pavilion. N. Y.,says
goods than ever before. As he keeps the
assortment of everything.
I). McCarthy, the clever engineer of the rlwea. Gleet, Stricture—receive searching treat
give me their orders, as 1 will guarantee satisfu«*-
Laid to Rest.
of Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine: “1 believe
ment. prompt relief an 1 cure for life. .
lar« ($500) for the arrest, within «ix u.on'h» from « ion.
The taxable pioperty of Ashland school it to be a most desirable remedy to be plac best and sells at the lowest rates, he is en
Roth Sexes consulted confidentially.
The remains of E. M. Parks, who died at locomotive which pulls the passenger
I warrant all my trw* if properly cared for.
Mrs. 1*. McMahon’s horse ran away last
Term« of payment easy. Prodi»« e taken nt mar
district aggregates f.’W.OOO. upon which a ed in every family . ” Sold by Dr. Robinson. joying a liberal patronage.
this date, and convictio» of the person or persona
Frank Knox's place on Pine creek Mon train between Ashland and Grant’s Pass,
Friday morning, as she was starting for
ket price, lflou lbs. of Peach Be««! want««I.
has returned from his trip to N«w York,
A. H. JOHNSON.
Willow Springs with the mail, throwing
found guilty of the crime of arson by firing, on
The best,ami at the same time the cheap
Jacksonville. Oregon Aug. 1,18>3.
\<|.-«m Ruhl has returned to Kiainnth est job printing in southern Oregon, is exe Mary Wright of Willow Bpring.* preciiivi. Iyard i’uusday aflerrnKm. Mr Parks was where he has been attending th« annual
her and the other occupant of the vehicle
the 6th day of September, 1886, the premise» of
a young couple favorably known in this a very old man, being b irn in 1815 H* iHCtding of tbe Brotherhood of Locomotive
to the ground. Fortunately neither one
cuted at the T ime « office. That is the rea
Town Property For Sale!
part of the county, w**re united in marriage , has lived in Oregon about twelve years, Engineers. His wiie and son accompanied
M. Mensor, situate at Jacksonville. Orpgon.
was hurt a great deal, though it was a nar extensive mining interests.
son why our presses arc continually run
one day la«t week and have already com and came from Jackson county last sum him. and all had a pleasant trip.
he heirs of jameh cluogage . de -
row escape. The animal was stopped be
R. V. Beall shipped 2,000 bushels of grain ning.
ceased, offer for »ale their property »ituated
menced housekeeping. They have the liest mer to spend his last days with Iris daugh
fore doing very much damage. The inci from Central Point to Ashland, haying sold
the corporation of Jackson rille, having left
Newman Either means business and is wishes of numerous friends.
Li RE RAL ¡NDUCEMEN1N.
BOARD OF UNDERWK1TI RS.’’ the within
di»p«»sal of the rame in the hand- of the un
ter. Mrs. Knox. His aged wife an I four
dent caused considerable excitement.
the same tn the mills there.
slaughtering g«K»ds on every hand, lie
children survive him and deeply mourn
John H. Yates of Batavia. N. Y., says:
All partie« in poeeeeeior. of •» y of the property
Every subscriber to the T imes who pay*
II. 8. Enn ry of Ashland has removed his wants to close out as soon a« powible and
H'. €■’. T. U. F.ntertainmeut.
"1 cheerfully commend
by Jmru -i ( luggage at the time of hi» d»-ath
Iris loss Quite a concourse of people from his arrearages is entitled to either the Illi
N B.—Any communication «ddre««ed a« above owned
Your Aromatic Wine;
are notified io Call at once and make arrange
An entertainment will be giyen at the large stock of furniture, etc., to hi« new everything must be sold, without regard to
ment» for payment of rents, etc., if they desire to
nois “Western Plowman” or the Louisville
It did new life and vigor send
will be transmitted to th« proper authori tie«.
court-house, under the auspices of the W.
longer retain poeeeesion of the *ame.
Through this weak frame of mine. ed the funeral to pay their last tribute of “Home and Farm,” two first-class farming
H. K. HANNA.
John Carter, the painter, who is now lo
The protective stock association o< the
C. T. U.,on Dee. 8th. 1886. for the benefit of
It d»d for all my stomach ills
respbet to this good man.—[Fossil Journal, journals, and Dr. Kendall’« treatise on the
Jacksonville. Oct. 1 1K86.
There are imitations of the cel
More than the doctor and hi s pills.” Nov. 6th.
Uio library fund. Rev. J. R. X. Bill, ed cated at Uakcview. has taken his trotting Neil creek district elec ted C. B. Kingsbury
hors3. free of charge. Those who par in
’preWKtiii and J. M. Wagner secretary, stud
advence will get either the “New York ebrated and old reliable
itor ot tbe •■Koicbnrg Review," will deliver mare. Queen. to that place.
Now that the time for settling-up t » ap
Stock and Land For Sale.
CJTffA’.ED ONE BAT PONY WITH W '-TE
Star,” “Detroit Free Press” or “8. F. Ex
an addreas—subject. Sbakesjiear’s •■Ham
A. 8. Jacob« of Ashland ha« bought Mrs. effected a permanent organization last Sat proaching, business men will find it to their
0 in forehead, naddlemarks, and branded a on
If yon ask your druggist for Pond’s Ex aminer” free for six months. All other
he undkrhignfd offers » the fol -
left shoulder. Anyone finding «aid pony will be
let.” Full particulars will appear next Thos. Sly’s farm of ICO acres in Manzanita urday.
advantage to order their billheads, state tract and he tries to impose upon yon bv first-class journals furnished subscribers
lowing land and stock for »ale: WK acres of
I land acr«MM* Rogue river, which join« E. P. Pick-
The attendance at the Willamette Uni ments. letterheads, envelopes, receipt and Offering “something the «me as Pond's to the T ime « greatly rednce<1 rates. This
precinct, paying >2.000 for it.
’ place; 2 (1’0 acres on Antelope. 18 mile» frrm
Extract,” do not believe him. There is is an opportunity to get the l»est nf reading
Gold Hill, Nov. 11, IM*.
Jacksonville; 71 acre« within one mile of Jack
Better than a letter to your relative« and versity for the ter.n just closing is larger note books, etc , at the T imes office The nothing the same ns Pond’s Extract. It matter for the ensuing year at greatly re
cannot be successfully imitated, and any duced rates. Don’t forget it.
friends: a copy of the T imes sent regular
The genuine hns the FULL name ,
Also 2,000 head of sheep, part «f which •»•:* mut
Give ns a trial
A eon of Geo. McLaren, who is in chnrir« ly. Send it and save writing.
the past ten years. It well deserves if*« coni|»etition defied
articles offered as snch are only worthless
ton sheep and thereat stock sheep; 20 bend of
mutes, most of which are broke- a No. 1 jack and
of Hanley A Co.’s place on Big Applegate,
Says the Lakeview “Examiner:” “Dad"» trying to so deceive you. It is wold only in
W m . BYBeK.
The celebrated DeMoss family will give
was kicked yesterday m »ruingl>y a horse one of their choice entertainments a' the
Great excitement has been caused in the
At no place in sontliern Oregon can bet Byliee, an old resident of southern Oregon, Poxn’s E xtbkct C o .’« bottles, inclose«! in
and dangerously hurt, ft is feared that V. 8. Hail next Monday night.
ter livery turn<»iits be obtained than nt came in from Grant conn tv Wednesday,
SETTLE UP !
his skull is fractured and that hie chances
ON THE TIN TAG.
Plynialc’s. Horses boarded nt reasonable and left for the Yainax reservation. Klam tract’’ blown in the glass, and 1» never «old helpless he could not torn in bed or Fnise
Jackson county’« share of the Stale’s ex-
his head ; everybody said he was dying of
for recovery are slim.
IXTHOttF. KNOWING T1IEY..ELVKH IN<_'
term« and satisfaction guaranteed in every ath county, Friday, where he went to
penws for the past year is 14.317 92, which
debtiM to the undi'n.ioM will finti itmttieir '
Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King’s
JFesr Boarding Ilan or.
prove hi« claim «gainst the government
Don't be deceived. Yon are im
«d.ant.,* tn settle tip withtett fnitber ilei.,. All
New Discovery was sent him Finding re
is much less than it was in
i nnwtttled ..fount, will be plnred in .n ntfomey'e
S. 0. Carter intends establishing a pleas lief. he bought a large bottle and a box of posed upon if the initials
h'iniircil f"r ,””M ¡•i.i.taine.l by him during lhe No-
The party who drove
homi, tor rolleetion. I meet hr ee wt nt re du.
We are in forme« I that Fred. Downing an«l
A small firm one mile west <»( Medford
ure resort on Squaw lake, a pretty body of Dr. King’s New Life Pills; by the time he
head of hog* to Happj Camp.Cal., for Wm. doc war.
THE >. G1UIB.
Many a lady owes her f
ha-l token two boxes of Pills and two bot
can be rente.! on reasonable terms. For Henry Tech have purchased a half interest Bybee, have returned. Not a hoof of the
! jaekwmrtlle. Jn!j 1, IRMI.
family of musicians, recent water in the Big Applegate conn try, which tles of the Discovery, he waa well and gain
further parlicnlnrs call at tbe T ime .« ••Illce
ness to it, who would rather
stock was b»t, all arriving there in «•*«! ly From Denver. Co‘.orad ». g.ive a very in abounds in fish, and will open a Imarding- ed in flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial Bottles
house there at once. He will .«|mre neither
Great is the rush to Newman Fisher’s comlition.
teresting concert at Metropolitan Temple pain« nor expense to make it pleasant for of this Great Discovery for Consumption
not tell, and you can’t tell
store in Jacksonville to take advantage of
<>FFEBH ONE EAHM
If you need nitimtinidoii, firearm«, hard last Monday night—a solo on the comet by all who call
Are not on the Tin Teg.
’ 1 for rant at isMonable rat««. For fun her ml
the great bargains he is offering.
ware, nail.«, etc.. «l »»»’t fail tu call on John Miss Minnie DeM<ws »*•> loudly applauded.
Iticnlara enquire at the home farm, 2’4 miles
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
WILL YOU BUFFER with Dyspepsia
A small-sixed <ik't‘.on»ry. very complete
northeast of Joeknonvilie. nr scMra*«
Mrs. Ida Jones and daughter have re Miller In Jacksonville, as he keeps only The family will give other concerts, vocal and Liver Complaint* Hbiloh’j Vitalixer is breath
____ secured, by Shiloh’s Catarrh Rem-
ind hamly. can be bonffht cheep by »p|>ly-
the lies! g«wl* and sells cheaper than the and insirnmental. nt the seine place.—[San |uaranu»ed to cur« you. Sold at the City |gdj\ Price 50 cents. Nasal injector free,
MRM. M. F. MH
ing at the Tm«t«
at «Mier. Il h»» turned to Brownsboro from east of the
by Dr. Robin «ou. City Dru« Store.
Francisco Morning Call.
Jerhencvdk P <», Oregon
i mountains to sjwnd the winter
never been used.
SOME OF THE PRICES
0. H. BLOUNT'S, THE CLOTHIER AND HATTER,
225 MILES SHORTER, 20 HOURS LESS TIME.
Daily Passenger Trains Except Sundays
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
A Great Victory
POLLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
FLYING DUTCHMAN Jr.
SILAS J. DAY
LOOK OUT FOR THE
REIL ESTATE AGENT I
The Verein Eintracht
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
NEW YEAR’S EVE. Dec. 31st,
DR. VAN M0HCIS0AR,
J. B. PACE
J. B. PACE TOBACCO.
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