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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1886)
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The grader« in large force are at work |
Mr. Gowen and wife of Portland have
thia side of Butteville and as far along as [
J. F. Kelly was in Ashland thin
C ongkebh met last. Monday and will
j 1 located at Linkville.
The best and cheapest mining blank- f«»r Edso’i’s, with a prospect yet of reaching ‘
... I be in aesaion until March, when it ex-
this vicinity by New Year’s unless heavy
Linkville’s lodge of A. O. U. W. hai sale at the T imes office.
Holiday feativitieH promise to be nu
r r J
JospphlDf ALne pin.K bv liinitatiQr.
11 18 charter member*.
Ingrain A-Baker of Willow Sj-rin^s ;•:** »forms interfere. There can be no doubt,
P!.: EMBEK t». 1.^7 I
O«<‘’«Y,Jaek Burke .nd several
Im revtr. ot lhe road being finished, so as I
Considerable plowing and seeding has j The jnfant . on of M. Walter?
Bo- busily at work and Have a fair MUpply *»« to make the terminus ut Butteville for the I
.______ pugilists of minor note are at Portland alre.i'ly been done in this county.
died a feu days since.
•* We do hereby certify that we enperviat
winter months, with a prospect of reaching
' ~ I and engaged in a hippodrome.
T he San Francisco mining-ntock mar
John K. Helman and family of Grant’s
Burt. Oatman of Plevua precinct was i Baumle, Klippel A Co.’a mill on Shively Edson’- or still further north, to cut down |
t' e arrangements fur all the Monthly and
gulch is still busily at wqfk and making
T he Bupreme court ia dixpoaing of ' Pass have been visiting Ashland.
r!y Drawings of The Louisiana
i Rogue river valley this week.
ket lias receded, and a great many fail
the staging from Ashland to less than 75 i
*<ate 1.uttery Company, and m person
ure» will b • the result. As usual, the biuineM at an ■atoniahuigly rapid rate,
Henry an l Wm. Nutluy have sold good reports.
Mrs. John Mack is teaching school at
[ manage and control the Drawing» them-
_ 8. __________
M. Keenan, _ a mining expert from
cattle and returned to Ashland.
public stiff< s nearly entirely, the ring showing that it is just arid proper to have I ' Waldo, giving general satisfaction.
Along the road there seems to be a gen- i
i »elven, and that the name are conducted with
Portland, will prospect some ledges near ( cral belief that the track will be laid close I
j honeety, faimccc, and in good faith toward
tho majority eompowd of first-class law- , I
reaping the beuefita of their folly.
Several prizes e will l>e ottered at the
Hammon Bros, of Wagner creek have
all parties, and we authorize the Company
BOOTS* and WHOEH,
to Yreka, at Butcher hill, notwithstanding
vers. The next legislature should in ! been delis ering trees in this section.
' Christmas bull at the Linkville hotel.
' to u»e this certificate, with facsimiles of our
T he President’s message ¡»every where crease the salary of the judges to |3500
Most of the miners of Josephine county i the reported difficulty of doing so, as there j
signatures attached, in its advertisements f
The county court was in session this
Ben Bull, Jr., has returned to Slate
looked upon as a sensible, able and busi- per annum. They deserve and earn it.
have plenty ot water now and are making is
i considerable deviation from a direct line j
! creek precinct from east of the moun week and transacted considerable husi-
nesi s-like message and lull of goodsug-
A bol t 2000 men are still wanted at tain
Nearly all of the hydraulic mines are be- 1 seems anxious to build up a principal city
gesi ;ions and arguments. Only the con-
It is said that the Indian reservation
lion, llvnry Roger« of Grant’s P ush is
at the northern end of California, and there j
We Carry in Stock
Btitutional Republican croaker finds Be-
at work on the State capitol building at takes in the whole of Sprague river ing worked, and some ground-sluicing is is no place better adapted for that purpose '
ritory. White men are very hard to get.
also going on.
riouH fault with it.
Some who went up there have returned,
Wm. Huggins and Phil. Miller will oper
J. I*. Roberts of Linkville has made
A. Cunningham is now the section
Chief Engineer Hood, with the survey
J ustice has triumphed once at least in fact, just as quick as they could earn ' foreman at Alta and gives the fullest sat an assignment for the benefit of his ate John Miller’s extensive diggings on ors, who have been camped at the Salt
Farmer’s flat during the present season.
in San Francis« o. The jury in the case 1 money to get back. They report the isfaction.
<oiu iui mn 4 one rat.
Works, arrived in town on Thursday, en
A fresh supply of the American Mining route to Laird’s, to establish their next
of Thomas A. Collins, charged with an work hard ami the accommodation poor.
T. V. Dean, the popular mixologist,
Jos. Hot kersmith of Jackson county
Wo the undersigned Bunk» and Bankers will
assault on Mrs. Bell, late of Salem,
camp, in surveying the railroad route.
pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lot
T iik Administration has placed itself has been visiting his old home in Doug-
teries which may be presented at our counters.
of superior bacon, lard and bains.
has just been received at the T imes office. The party from below, to survey from the
brought in a verdict of guilty. It re squarely in favor of tariff reform. The I las county.
J. H. 4MJ1.I JiBl,
John O'Brien has rigged up his mines in vicinity of Salt Works to Butcher hill,
Pres. Louisiana National Bank.
Capt. 1». J. Ferree has purchased some
mained out ‘live minutes.
Alonzo Hyde and Mrs. Lindsey were
treasury department recommends that
the Steamboat district in iirst-class shape ut the northern edge of Yreka, arrived the
married last week. We wish them joy
Pres State National Bank.
T he porte has issued a circular to tlm the cheapest and beet taxes to retain are and prosperity.
and will engage in merchandising there. and will operate them on an extensive same evening and will commence work im
A. BALBW IN,
N. O. National Bank.
powers to the effect that the sultan as those on tobacco and whisky, and
mediately.-- [Yreka Journal.
There has been some stormy weather scale.
The various secret societies in this
sents to the candidacy of Prince Nicho also the immediate passage oi an aet county have elected their officers for the here during the past week, but stock is
Ennis iV Cumeron have rented one of
still faring well. Not much snow has their gulches on Galice creek to Chinese,
las of Mingrelia for the Bulgarian throne, steadily placing raw material on the ensuing term.
Ill EK HILF A XILLION D1STBIHUTBD
Is a very prevalent and exceedingly disa
fallen as yet.
and invitcH the powers to co-operate for
who will work it during the coming year. greeable disease, liable, if neglected, to de
The next term of the county and pro
velop into serious consumption. Being a
Mi»s Mary Uerlings, an excellent It is supposed to be rich
the fcqteedy bettlin- of the Bulgarian . I n the President’s message we have a bate courts will be held during the first
constitutional disease, it requires a consti
teacher, will open a private school at
J quiet, comprehensive and business like week in January.
The past w ?ek has been a very favorable tutional remedy like Hood’s 8arsaparilla,
Incorporated in 1868 for 25 years by the Ix»gis
I document, devoted wholly to the praeti-
which, acting through the blood, reaches
hiture for Educational and Charitable purposes—
The aged mother of Prof. Benson and be well patronized.
with a capital of $1.000,000—to which a reserve
T he Democrats of Colorado elected
de^aij8 of public business. Ingen Mrs. Goo lull of Grant’s Pass has return-
has fallen, as also a considerable amount every part of the .system, effecting a radi
of $55O,0U0 has since been added.
cal umi permanent cure of catarrh in even
A. P. Bull, a first-class mechanic, is in of snow on the mountains.
tilir candidato for governor, Alva Ad-1
the message is a practical docu- j ed to her home in California.
By an overwhelming popular vote its franchise
its most severe forms. Made only by C. I. WATERPROOF. GINO HAMS. PRINTS,
charge of H. Judge’s business at Link
a part of the present State ('onstitution
ams, at the laic election, and made 11 ! uient, and is entitled to the respectful
The Sterling Co. hua been doing some flood A Co., Lowell, Mass.
adopted Dec. 2d. A. D. 1879.
Senator Miller’s family will remain at ville and is building up a big trade in
11» Grand Muffle Number Dmvtiuga
number of notable gains in other direc i consideration of congress and the coun Portland during the winter, but Mr. M. harness, saddles, etc. Give him a call. piping each week for a short time past, but
take place monthly. It never scales or post
©^“Special line of Ladies’ All-Wool Scarlet and Merino Underwear. will
now has an ample supply of water and is
tions. It is likely that the centennial try. It contained 16,000 words.— Orego returned to C’ant’s Pass last week.
pones. Look at the following Distributiin:
Jesse Watters, of the firm of Fink <&
1W9111 Grantl Moullily
state will give her vote to the Demo nian, Rep.
The Grant’s Pass Academy concluded Watters, Sprague river valley, has re
When Baby was sick, we gave hor Caatoria,
B. Eggleston has bonded J. K. Patton’s
cratic candidate for president in 1888.
T he Salem election resulted in a Dem a very successful term last Friday, com turned from Portland with a companion.
When she wan a Child, she cried for Castoria,
ocratic victory, and would have been a mencing another the following Monday. We tender our congratulations and best ledge at the head of Wright’s creek, Ash
T he steady decrease of business fail
In the Academy of Music. New Urhnn«,
land precinct, and Hopkins & Moon will
Wbou she became Miss, she clung to Caatoria,
The Grant’s Pass Dramatic Club will
Fall and Winter buyers will find prices greatly reduced and our
general Republican rout had the Demo
Tuesday, December 14, 1880,
The school entertainment at Linkville prospect the northern extension,located by
lir, sis another illustration of that dam
W’hou sliQ had Chiidreu, she gave thorn Castoria, I stock in keeping with the demand of our constantly augmenting trade. Under personal supervision and management pf
crat» not foolishly divided themselves give an entertainment this evening, last week, under the management of Mr.
age to the country from that improvi
which will no doubt be a first-class one.
into two wings. Judge Ramsey was
Orr a d Miss Uerlings, the teachers,
Gen. G. T BEAUBEGABD, of Louisiana,
dent Democratic management which
Brown A* Co.’s mill at the Swinden ledge
Bruce Kitteiman of Sucker creek, who was an nqualified success. The net re
ment and offer you standard goods at a-logitimate profit. As usual, we and Gen JUBAL A EABLY, of Virginia,
elected mayor; J. II. Strickler recorder;
in Rock Point precinct has not been run
Broth, r Blaine has been talking about.
has been dangerously ill, is recovering ceipts w. re $ 40.
1 pay all our market will afford for produce, such as Butter, Eggs, etc.
J. II. Rcss marshal; W. T. Bell treas under the efficient treatment of Dr.
ning imich of the time, owing to repairs
Tli ‘ total for lhe week just closed is 216,
The rumor that many valuable f ms
urer; A. Muir, J. J. Shaw, A. N. Bush Spence.
Notice-Tickets are Ten Dollars only, llnlves, 3,
being made and for lack of harmony among
against 242 during the week preceding.
and ranches are situated on the Klam
and Jasper Minto councilmen. Three
Chas. Hughes and Chas. Decker of ath Indian reservation, a fact unknown the managers.
LIST OF PRIZFX
Jlox. N ai ' oi . i : ok D avih , the late de of the latter are Democrats.
Waldo precinct were at the county-seat until lately, has caused considerable ex
1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF |130.(D0... >150.000
Baumle, Klippel & Co.’s mill this week
1 GRAND PRIZE OF
feated candidate for superintendent of
T he defeat of the French ministry last week ami heartily welcomed by their citement in this section.
finished a run on a iotof ore from McKen
LARGE PRIZES OF
public instruction, has been tendered • proves a God-send to the tories. It has many friends.
zie A Co.’s ledge. A cleanup was coniplef
Nettie Hamlin, daughter of Wm. Ham
ed yesterday, but. we haye not learned as
and has accepted the position of clerk of I relieved the government for the time of
yet how it resulted.
the board of school land commissionors the pressure of the Egyptian question, lin, won the prize offered the best speller
100... . 80,000
in the academic department of the
Wheat—Foreign advices of good tenor
Several parties in this vicinity are about
under the incoming Democratic admin and until the French cabinet is fully re Grant’s Pass public school.
but. of quiet markets. American markets letting contracts to take large quantities of
istration. This is a most excellent se constructed and in working order. Lords
The Methodists contemplate building
lection, and we tender our congratula Salisbury and lddesleigh will enjoy a a church in Sucker creek valley, and Dr. b t little changed, and that generally for quartz from different ledges and thorough
the better. Local receipts include some ly prospect the same, which is the best
Approximation Prizes of
tions to our late colleague.
respite from one of the most difficult Spence has offered to donate an acre of from competing points that will go to Sun
method possible for ascertaining the value
questions of foreign policy that has
Francisco on a rate of $2.50 per t«n. This of those iojn3.
T he gossip going around Washington
2,279 Prizes, amounting to.... ............. $522,500
The Grant’s Pass Cornet Band will represents buying nt slightly higher prices
arisen since they took office.
If the present weatber should continue
about the alleged opposition to the re
Application for rates to clubs should be made
give another masquerade ball on Christ- than here obtainable. River boats do a
only to the office of the company in New Orleans.
much longer, the miners wiil^be able to
T he President has been confined to mass eve. No pains are being spared
elect ¡cm of Mr. Carlisle as speaker of the
For further information write clearly, giving
fair business, but not that looked tor, the make an extended run, and money will
full address. P»hTAI. NiOTES, Express
House is nothing but silly twaddle. It bis room for two or three days by a to make it the event of the season.
better markets causing holders to hang consequently be more plentiful next spring
Money Orders, or New York Exchange in ordina
is more han probable that he will be re slight, but annoying attack of rheuma
ry letter. Currency by Express (at our expense)
“Castoria Is so well adapted to children that Castoria cures Colle, Constipation,
Revs. Stearns and Black, Baptist back. Valley here is still quoted at $1.30($ than for sometime past. We hope that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation.
nominated without opposition and re tism, and has for this reason been ministers^ will commence a protracted 1.33# per hundred pounds, sales being
M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans. La.
Jupiter Pluvius will continue hostilities.
IL A. A xchbr , M. D.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. C,
elected without diflicCllty. It is a gen obliged to deny him. elf to all calleis, ex meeting at the M. E. church building light, Walla Walla in comparatively light
Whenever you fx>! an tineafir.csa in ths region of the
Ill Bo. Oxford SL, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Without injurious medication.
receipt, the bulk of trading being in the in
erally recognized fact that Carlisle is the cept cabinet officers. He is feeling
large findings of gold have been made in thoukler b.^do, or whoa yuu feel yourself short of
Tins C bntaur . C ompany , lSq Fulton Street, N. Y.
Dr. Spence of Sucker creek valley last terior. Holders of round lots claim $1.27#
best qualified and equipped man for the somewhat better now. The President has
Lrcath wl.va exercising, or your heart has periods
the South Australian diggings, in the re of
speakership in the House.
suffered from rheumatism before, but
gion of Tettulpa. Five thousand men are tako Dr. FEnfa Heart Rcmcdv. $l.W. Dcacrip^vp
an acre of ground, and has already sold
this is the first attack he has had since nearly 50,000 lbs. of tubers. A good ed. The outgoing steamer carried 414 tons* already engagedin that locality. The larg treaty with each bottie, or luullod free.
a large portion of which was valley wheat.
S enator E dmunds ’ explanation of his
he entered the White house.
est nugget yet /otin<l; it is said, weighed
Flour—Of the 952 bbls, out oy steamer,
silence during Blaine’s presidential cam
S ome of our Republican cotemporaries
Th»o is no remedy which can rival Homburg Figs
It is proposed to have Grant’s Pa&i in 102 were valley product The market rules thirty pounds.
paign is simply that he could not tell the
of habitual constipation, indigestion
knd rt«ik-l>uJaehe. Thc’r action is prompt and
truth about the Repunlican candidate delight in calling the President a hypo the named changed also. We are op firm, with a good request.
Of Southern Oregon are hereby informed that in
Oats Receipt-; noted are mostly for lo prospecting their iron mines near Hock efficient as thoir tascc is Uajant. 25 cents.
addition to u large and elegant line of
without helping to beat him, and that he
posed to the last proposition, as are cal account, giving dealers fresh stocks. Point, are now cutting through a large
At all Druggists ; or mldrcss
would have been obliged to tell the truth
Steamer sfiijmients were Jibend, Tb£ J.flur-
A and II Front St., Sr.n Francisco. Cal.
if questioned on the stump. Many admir- seem to forget that the latter only held
and vJrich is thought to carry a considera
Wm. Neuralh keeps the celebrated ket rules firm at 43@43#c.
G4W of the Vermont statesman will con his position by sufferance ; that he ought Roseburg beer on draught at his saloon
Potatoes- -Larger shipments and more ble awovijt p/u-^yer. Ben Haymond has
sider all this as affording excellent rea to have been kicked out long ago, and in Grant’s Pass, and sells it at five cents doing, but lhe market is very quiet, with favored us witl» a ipí,c>,i^«h ñf the ore.
I have added to my stock the following class of
a glass—cheaper than anybody else in
which can be seen at tha T imes office.
goods, of which I have a full line:
80c about the best figure.
sons why Mr. Edmunds should have en that he had a great deal of assurance
Eggs—Receipts light, demands taking all
Prof. Thomas Price, the well-known
tered the canvassand told the truth.
If you are in need of drugs, medicines, coming at 35c.
Ladies’ Furnishing Goods,
try to destroy the people’s confidence in
metallurgist of San Francisco, has jii*t re
S ome Republican organe delight them it while being an officer under it, and etc., don’t fail to call on Mrs. 0. M.
Butler - [♦ivtl; • lurks of California pick- turned from a visit to Portland, where he
Both Knit and Muslin.
Stone at Grant’s Pass, who keeps a first
selves with the supposition that Presi then expect to have his derelictions over class drugstore and sells everything at led roll by steamer. Loon I.choice roll firm was called for a consulrution with the di-
. rectors of the Portland Reduction Works.
dent Cleveland “backed down” in the looked. Civil-service reform does not the very Lowest rates.
Dried Fruit—Receipts fair with a cotrtin- These gentlemen are proceeding with relia
Benton case, lie did nothing of the contemplate such inconsistencies, and
A protracted meeting has just been ued movement to San Francisco.
bility and precision ¡V pie inauguration of
kind, says the St. Louis Republican, but the Republican organs only show their concluded on Williams ceeek by Rev. G.
a great manufacturing eiHcrpiisa.
evinced the same courage of conviction prejudice and unjustness while censuring W. Black of Medford, ft was well at
Wheal—The market is strong and the de their purpose to '‘get their hand in with
Children’s Short Clothes,
tended throughout, and < «umber of
that has always characterized him. The the President’s action in the premises.
mand continues good ; uilvi ings are mod an establishment of moderate si/e, and then
Under 4 years old
converts are repoited.
re-instatement of Col. Benton was the
erate; No. 1 shipping, $1.50(<Z1.51#. Op expand to any capacity that the business
A beautiful line of
A violent controversy is now going on
D. II. Burroughs of Grant’s Pass has Hon* yx-rv active and high.
right thing in the right place. It showed
will call for. Their stock Is all taken, the
about the conduct of B. Coffey, agent applied for a renewal of his liquor li
that the President has the qualities of
Barley (^uiej. but steady; No. 1 feed machinery bought and paid for, and most
cense. His saloon has lately been reno
ly in place, the buildings nearly completed
the genuine Democratic hickory, which
spot, ?1.05(c 1.07# pci hun.drcd,
Cnnsieting of Lisle 2nd Silk.
under the stupid practice of the govern vated in handsome style, ami he keeps
Oats—Quieter, with tendeiv-y ¿ q piore and the land purchased and paid for.
bends easiest when it is hardest to break.
the best of everything in his line.
ment in farming out the agencies to the
Everything is in readiness for the purchase
ease; quote Oregon at $L.20@lJ.32#.
A. II. Carson of the Redland Nur
T he New York World, by its persist several churches, is under the supervis
Potatoes—Firm; Burbanks. $email@example.com; and accumulation of ore, except the ad
series, who is propagating a large variety
ent misrepresentations and abuse of the ion of the Catholic church. Mr. Coffey of the best fruit trees on the coast, passed Garnet Chile, $10il.l5.
justment oí freight
A8 80011 as l*iis
Onions—Firmer at$1.10(i? 1.30.
matter can be settled .tlje lirxtepal and per
Democratic administration, is being sub is a Catholic, and was appointed by vir through Jacksonville last Saturday, on
sonnel will be assembled and fire* stiAried
Butter—Steady ; fresh roll, 30c.
jected to the severest criticism by those tue of the practice alluded to. Father his way to Ashland, where he delivered
Eggs—Steady; ranch, $30@32#.
up in ten days, provided that ore enough
who patronize it simply on political Conrady,the priest resident at the agency, quite a number of choice young trees.
Wool—Small b.usiness doing.
can be gathered before winter stops the
grounds. It has not been a Democratic wanted the agent to do some things re
We are glad to learn that Joe Moss,
And many other things too numeroufi to mention.
supply to run the smelter until spring. If
I have also secured the services of a
paper for the past year, and at the late lating to the farm, which the agent, says
rates cannot be adjusted in time the smel-
election in New York openly opposed the Benton Leader, would not do. The
countable breaking of some machinery
Price regard? Portland as a favorable point
Judge l’eckham, our nominee. Those father called Archbishop Gross to the in the basement of the factory last week,
When a slice of Cole’s gigantic aggrega for the reduction ot o#es and is sanguine
nm prepared to execute all orders in that
desiring a reliable and first-class Demo rescue, who promptly excommunicated is improving. His recovery will neces
line in first-class style at reasonable rates.
put in an appearance in Portland, it was , been founded here.
cratic paper, published at the great me the agent for disobedience to the holy sarily be slow, however.
(.'all and see me at the building formerly occu
pied by A. L. Johnson on California street.
so snide that the "Hjftings” went for it and
tropolis, should s nid for the New York churclu If the result shall be to dis
MRS. P. P. PRIM.
“Caveat Emptor,” the phrase it is Latin,
Committee of Arpnngemenuu
THE IRISH CRISIS.
was the means of preventing jtymd thou
It means ‘‘let the buyer beware.’’
continue the policy of giving tile
sands of people in Portland and the lute-, A maxim in law which conies rather pat.in
churches any seeular control of the
English expectation of a quiet winter rior fiom being swindled out of their money,
Ilia tiTj.tJ) that I wish to declare;
\ n Englishman became a partner in
agencies, the present controversy will in Ireland has been rudely disturbed although there were thousands who were. Whene’er an
that’s good for pre Frank Kasshafer,
a Pittsburg iron and steel works, a busi
have a good rewult. There is hardly during the past week. The English idea And he cleaned up every dollar he could
Of pain has a popular fame,
ness that is highly “protected” to “fos
more sense in this policy than there was that a kind of tacit truce had been get, by roping people into his show and You'll find in ail nations arise imitations
Adam S c I iumo ..
ter” American industry. In one year lie
Palmed off‘just as good,’ or ’‘the same.”
would be in giving the different churches arranged between the government and gambling games, while the tej)t y ankers
If POND'S EXTRACT buying, you find
Tickets, supper included, $1.25 tor each pc; on.
drew from the concern in profits $1,500,-
charge of custom houses.
Children under 12 years of nge, 50 cents.
A Line Chance for Persons of Limited Means to get a Pleasant Home
the National League, and thus far toler
000.* He is now building a castle in
Two grand prizes will be given for the two best
on the outside. The gigantic aggregation
With counterfeits you to ensnare,
and Productive Fruit Farm
sustained characters; also two grand prizes for
Europe. Another fostered and protected THE PRESIDENT’S TWO LETTERS. ably well observed by both sides. Dil including the asthmatic steam calliope The gpnntne ehnose. the spurious refuse,
the two richest costumes.
lon’s speech sounded the first note of came to a halt in New Orleans and on
Remember, let buyer baWgre.
Pennsylvania steel company is rather
President Cleveland’s letter to Mr. alarm, and lhe decision of the govern Wednesday of last week the auction sale A l orftinnte Accident to a Jiakota Mini, GEMERAL INVITATION EXTENDED TO ALL!
worked up about its profits. Its board
T'hnm wi|i be a gr;md masquerade parajdejpn the
is a pendant to his letter to Mr. ment to prosecute Dillon ami prohibit was opened and continued until Saturday
Word reached here yesterday that ticket No.
of directors has been discussing for some
28,44-’ had drawn the firet capital prize, $75,000, in principal stroets at 3 o’clocjt f . ap sharp.
time whether or not to make an extra Benton. They are uniform in candor, league meetings wan equivalent to an night. The two-horned rhinoceros brought the October drawing of the Louisiana State Lot
There are imitations of the cel
and that a one-fith ticket (costing $1 sent to
The undersigned has subdivided his fine farm adjacent to the town
dividend of $10,000,000. And yet their intelligence and dignity ; and while they open declaration of war. Their excuse $4.200 and the four elephants $7,150. But tery
one bid was made for Sampson. The peo M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La..) was held in
ebrated and old reliable
of Talent, on the O. <V C. It It, and will sell
Jamestown. Th© lucky man was J. N. Lowe, an
employees are working for the same treat the same subject in a very differ is that Dillon is pressing upon the ten
of the Nbrtliftrn Dakota Elevator com
ent manner, each gains sttength and im antry the adoption of the United Ireland'» ple were sold by the outfit for years, and employee
starvation wages as they did of yore.
California R. R.
now the outfit has been sold to the people. pany, who takes his good fur in no calmly and he Oregon
will kviip at work the same as usual In th’«
portance from the other. There is no plain of campaign. This, they urge, was
the money comes to a poor man with a large fam
R eports to the associated press show question of civil-service reform involved to ignore their own efforts to stop
ily, and certainly is a blessing undisguised to
at Public Auction to the highest bidder on
Fare from Portland to
Fmncicco....... *C2 00
that a storm of unusual severity pre here that the American people cannot evictions and induce landlords to make
The seventy-five yard foot i ace, between them.—[Jamestown (Dak.) Alert,Oct. 19.
” Sacramento........... 80 00
The geuuiue has tlio full name .
vailed all «lay on the 7th along the set* an<l appreciate at a glance. We are all reasonable concessions. Probably Lewis and Boyd, came off at City View
WILL YOU SUFFER
Close connections made at Ashland with stages
entire Atlantic coast. The wind blew a nation of stro g partisans, because Dillon thought the government was hav park yesterday afternoon at 4 o’clock, in and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's VitaliZer is of the California, Oregon and Idaho Stage Co.
with violence on shore and shipping with our tenacity t ) political convictions ing niutlers too much its own way, and the presence of about 100 persons, lhe guaranteed to cure you. Sold at the City
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
was consequently subjected to extreme is combined a deep sense of loyalty to that there was danger that the livid of start was by mutual consent, that is no
East M<le Division,
The land to he sold comprises about fifty acres of black loam, free soil, lying west of the stage
starter to send them off, Boyd slightly in
danger. Numerous vessels are reported the men whom we elect to represent vu< the National League on the people would
BETWEEN rOBTUMl A ASHLAND
ON THE TIN TAG.
the lead. They kept closely together about
TERMS OF SALE-One-third cash: balance equal payments in one and t wo years and bearing
ashore and badly damaged or entirely principles.
be shaken. His movement, at any rate, three-fourths of the distance, when Lewis
ten per cent, inte.eat.
wrecked, but as far as ^learned their
The more intelligent of the opposition shows signs of having been adopted after spurted ahead about two feet and main
Portland......... 8SX> A. M. Medford...... 3:14 A. M.
WARRANTY DEED CIVEN.
Don’t be deceived. You are im
Medford.......... 8:15 A. M. Ashland....... 4:00 A. M.
crews managed to roach shore or were papers will not attempt to confound the consultation with the English liberals. tained it to tha close, winning the race;
posed upon if the initials
Ashland............ 8:45 P. M. Medford ... 9:21 P. M.
«. F. PENNEBAKEK. Talent, Or.
rescue I from peril ;’ive. The storm ease of Mr. Stone with that of Mr. Ben- There is no important criticism on this time, 7'-i seconds. At the cl^sc o/’ the race
Medford.......... 9:22 P. M. Portland....... 8:45 P. M.
tradivi ;/ MARIG
Albany Express Tr ain.
was accompanied by snow in most places ton They are parallel inasmuch as matter in the English liberal press, and Boyd’s backers offered to back him against
and extended far inland, : and railway | ixjth delinquents were holding office un- if they do not altogether approve they Lewis for a hundred-yard race for $10.10.
.1:00 P. M. Lebanon..... 9:20 P. M.
4:45 A M. Portland..... 10:00 A. M.
travel has been much impeded in New derthe same administration, but they acquiesce. John Morley, who has been A match to this effect, to take place next
»Sunday, was subsequently made. Many of
York, New Jersey and elsewhere.
Are not on the Tin Tag.
cannot be confused any more than petty speaking with fullness and 1ns usual
Boyd's supporters think he could have
daily between Portland and Ashland.
larceny and highway robbery can be pungent force at Hawick and Edinburgh, beaten Lewis if he had tried hard; at least
T he United States treasurer has sub
confused because they are tried in the refuses to denounce Dillon, and declares they expressed themselves to that effect at
all the regular trains t»u tho East Side Division
mitted to the seen tary of the treasury
it is for the courts to determine whether the close of the race. Betting was easy Free from Opiate». Emetics and Poison. from foot.of F street.
liis annual report, from which it appears
Mr. Benton’s fault was his first one.
«ml in favor of I^ewis.—[Oregonian.
West Side Division.
that net receipts of the government
His political activity bore at least the most striking feature of all is the adhe
during the year ending June 30, 1886,
A Harvest For. Uncle Sam.
I evidence of loyalty and respect for the sion of Archbishop Walsh to the new doc
were $336,439,927, and net expenditures
When any man cuts timber on govern
7:30 A. M.'( orvallis... ..12:25 P, M.
administration of which he was a subor trine. Its effect in England may not be
... 6:15 V. M. Cannot fail to suit you from his Mammoth Stock of
THE ROC1UF RIVER
$242,483,138. The excess ot revenues
dinate. He was tried, convicted aril very great, for the average Englishman
At Corvallis connect with trains of Oregon Par
of law&uits. First, the man who cuts the
over expenditures was $93,956,789. Re
pardoned with a severe reprimand, He cannot begot to see that it matters much logs is tried, and then the saw-mill man
ceipts were $12,749,020 68 greater and
what a Roman Catholic bishop thinks or who saws them up is tried, and next conies
simply got his deserts.
aving recently been befitted with
expenditures were $17,743,796 61 less
Portland......... 450 P. M. McMinviUe. H^M) P. M
all modem improvement«, are now turning
Mr. Stone was an old offender, the says o 1 any subject; but in Ireland the up the man who bought the lumber from
McMinnville .5:45 A. M.jPortland
9:00 A. M
out a iin:t-clanu article of floai, whioh »a put up in
than last year, making an increase in
true type ot the offensive partisan who influerue of this prelate’s last declara the saw-mill men. In the U 8. circuit
’4 Irnrrol aacka. and every hack » h warrant«! to
not receipts forth? past fiscal year over
contain 49 pounds of flour If yon don’t believe
court recently verdicts were fou.id against
company’s np-town office, cor. Pine and Second [
employs his influence to the detriment tion is immense.
this, just compare a sack of our flour with any
I • * ot
>,I '.’.si? _M. The---
streets. Tickets for principal points in Califor
I. and 8. Caro of Roseburg for $882.40, and
other brand ottered for sale in this market, and
of the efficiency of an oilice. Upon the j
,__ ’ _ s ___
nia can only be pr
Tonic, Alterative and Cathartic,
note the difference in weight.
are more oi the fruits of our Democratic solicitation, explanations and promises |
against Janies Cox for $240. who had
< or. F anti Front Nts.. Portland. Hr,
Freight will not be received for shipment after
Simmons Liver Regulator cures malaria, bought lumber from Rowley <t Whitsett,
five o’clock P. M. on either th*» East or West Hide
Flour and Mill-Feoi
I of friends lio hat^ been continued in of- biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, constipa
who had cut it from logs that were rut on
E. P. ROGERS.
Constantly on hand and exchanged for wheat
G. F. A Pass. AgX
E xcitement in mining atockk, which ' lice. Since J.at time, a year and a half tion and piles. it is most effective in start- government land. There, it is believed, is
When in Ashland drop into his Clothing Palace aüd .examine
has been prevailing at San Francisco for ago, when in the President’s own ing the secretions of the liver, causing the the end of the s.uite of suits on this lot of
I the Immense Stock. You will find Prices the Lowest and Styles the
the past fortnight, continues. Scenes in words “he became a part of the business bile to act as a purge. When there is an Ing«. And now the L. 8. Attornej’ will ■■
■» ■ Curvi RMvmitlim. Nvvrilpa
0. H. BLOUNT, Johnson’s Block.
BarU*l». IlMMlaeto. Teotbxeh»,
Harin« ndd.^i a net of Hark, Roller, to m, mill.
and about the stock boards and on the
1 liar. •« apart er.r, Saturrla, to Holl Bari.., for
cuatomerM. rhe work will be done on whort
I _ lini
AT DRIOGITTR AMD DKAlXM.
streets presen* people actively engaged tion, he has been bound by every obli- ; tor an active purge; after the removal of By the time they are all disposed of Pncle 1 I VI _____
>u «T» ■! inMAX SB
not IO, ao that varttee can return witu their <rt-t
the same day. I am prepared to roll barley at all
in discussing the advance in stocks. gat ion of honor to assist within his
part vigor and health to the whole system. fortune.—[Statesman.
and in the beat manner. This procees is
'PHE UNOKHBIGNED. HAVING BEEN COM- times
Consolidated California and Virginia, sphere in its successful operation. This
1 polled, through force of circumstances, to far ahead of the crusher.
which a month ago was at eight dollars,
If hot True Merit Will Do
son, secretarj of th*» Merchants’ Protective Asso
QTRATID. QME RAY POKY WITH WHITT
Probably as much misery conies from Ö
recently stood at sixty-four. Other stocks performance of official duty, but a cer
The unprecedented sale of Boschee’s Ger
in for»heM Mddlmmrka. and b- and*d 8 on
ciation of Portland, this is to give notice to those
indebted to me. either by note or I mmi K account.
few years has aston- habitual constipation as iron) any derange left shoulder. Aayrne ftnding mid pony will be
stood proportionately. Quite a panic tain good faith and fidelity, which, while man Syrup within a is
thAt immediate payment must be made to cither In the in«t:«r ot th. A.*ignmrnt of Cero Bro...
the ment of the functions of the body, and it is suitably reward rd.
.... i.«hed the world. It IS wunout
the subscrilw or Frank Presley. All indobted- N, _
A. J. HUFFMAN.
ift- ¡safest and best remedy every discovered difficult to cure, for the reason that no one
Abstract! madi of Titles to Lands.
was created when the Frankel failure not exacting the least sacrifice of
ress not settled within a reasonable time will be
«Wd PÜL 1KW. M, 1M8-
OTK E 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
likes tn take the medicines usually pre-
was announced, and the failure of R. C. cal principle, forbade active participation [ f.jr ti»e si*edy and effecmal ciireot Cough.-«, scribed.
placed man attorney .« hands for forced collec
aridemigned htui been duly appointed As-
HAMBURG FIGS were prepared
in purely partisan demonstrations of a Colds and th* severest Lung troubles. It
tion. as I iir>T here the money.
ftiffneeof the estate of Isidor Caro and Hi mon
Hooker, a prominent broker, wax also pionouinv l type, undertaken for the a^ts on an entirely different princhrte frwf io obviate thia difficulty, and they will be
The prcpriet*»r tak**« pleasure in informunr the
the bastneSs wifi be continued at the old stand ( aro. partners ns Caro Brother«, Insolvent Debt
Of ell kindn drawn op, oep*»ciall/ pertaining fc
HÌC th* 1,^’.an
«üuoTñtédt.bll WfJl- with a full ar™>i tiuvul uf ggnfwS.
the «ett lenient of eetates.
or». lately dotnrf huvineoe at Roaebnrg, fAonglas
surprising. A panic thereupon spread ptirposeof advancing partisan interests | H>e usual prescriptions given by nhysi- found pleasant to the taste of women and
•♦»nd and is prH»red to fnmieh
T. J. ' LOPTON.
County. Oregon. All pen»ors bavirg claims
I’onducted upon the avowed theory ! clam*, as it does not dry up a cough and children. 25 cents At all druggists. J.
Jackson County. Oct. 25. MW.
throughout the city, and acenes of previ an<l
againit said e**ata are hereby notified *o present
♦ I...* v K a ..imininfru;»«
leaw the disease still tn the system, but on J. Mack A Co., proprietors, 8. F.
the Hame. Und**r oath, to *aid aoNignee within
ous great stock deals were re-enacted. that the administration ni J he govern- the (.onlrary removes the cause ot thrtrou-
Fresh Bread and x enat
«brer months after the hr-t jm bit datum of thi*
rnetu was not entitled to the confidence | tie, heals the parts affected and leaves
Hooker’s liabilities are placed at sev and reaped of the people.
<>*aaty Scrip Bought and finld.
j them in a purely healthy condition. A bot-
The trouble with Mr. Stor.e is that I tie kept in the house for use when the dis between Atlantic city and N. Y., bad
A*»ignoe in Ketate of Caro Br**.. hinolwnt
I hare a complete eef of Map* of all Diirreyed eonvilie fra» of cbnrva. Also pic* anti rake«.
A signed, doing ’msmcAA at EuuJe Point, by Debtors.
8trauss, who were agents of a Virginia there is not a particle of good faith or eases ma-xe their appearance will save doc- troubled with a cough so that he was una
note or book account, will settle the same by
Kotieburg. Oregon, Nov. 9. laoG-
fir:», which faih-l. m..|e an •«•ignmen#»**’“'»?"
«•"»»"’•••■on. »« any ap- tor's bills and a long spell of serious illness. ble to sleep, and was induced to try Dr.
monthly from Roaehiirgof all new entries made.
Decern tier 25, 1RSÖ
I am thus prepared to make ant H<»m «staad and
nrvciHtion whatever of tl»e dehcacy of A trial will rouvinee you of these facts. It King's New Discovery for Consumption.
Preemption papers, and can thua save topartiee
on the receipt of the news. Their liabili hi. ponition. There are plenty of good h positively „ sold oy all druggists and gen- It not only gave him instant relief, but al-
Farm For Reqt.
of a trip to ifosobnra L***d Officp.
I era I dealers in the land. Price, 75 cents, layed the extreme soreness in bis breast.
ties are placed at over five hundred Republican!* who are faithful aervanti' • large tattle'.
Hereral fine farms are in my hands for sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS HIM FARM.
His children were similarly affected and a
A GOOD. IMPROVED FARM IN TABLE
I beuer known w* the Wm. Hriwoe ranche, sit-
thaiwand. Several other great failures • of our Democratic administration with-1
PROMPT REPLY MADE TJ ALL LETTER* .A
K »ck precinct, containing 30 a ■•‘re*, mostly
single dose had the same happy effect.
aatad two mile* nortltoaet of (eniral Point.for
HF* f'harrre in accordance with the times.
tillable land Is w»l! watered, with ar excellent
rent either for one or two yearn. It corta:-.c 100
have also taken pla.’e, including that of ont any weriflee of pohtie.1 principle. 1 st.KKPLVBH SIGHT« made mi.er.ble Dr King's New Discovery is now the stand
As th* a nd er« igrv d i» closing np hi* black- acre* of land, hua mimhì buildina» on it and will
Refers by portniwaion. to C. C. Beekman, feao. orchaM. Tnsre fa >» r >mfr>rtable dwelling-honv
but obviouely without that Mono treach-, by ,Mt Urrible . >ngli. Shiioh .Curei. rhe ard renieuv in the Coleman household and
Robt. Morrow for a miliion. The fools i erv that etaba with one hand while it remeiiv for you. For »ale by Dr. Robin- on
Ranker; to Hon. L. R. Wehster. Judrr of this'..,.
,,-r, s goo I .. Lrnnnd «’Utbuiliinr«. Will -ui.lh mirin'* s» in Jacks* n vi lie, those indebted to n»*k* a nice h«>me f«»r any indnrtrions pereon.
*»n P: . ifao
board the schooner. Free trial bottles
him wi|. confer a favor bi aetiling up a». eo m a» lhe lif.'it man will fcnú it to hie advantage (o
I gather, in the .alary with the other.
1 wn, city Drag tBore.
are not ail dead yet.
of ibis standard remedy at drug ffWrjS.
DAVID <'-HONtCMi LLiCII. *aqoir» oa the premia«.
ticulars enquire at the TlMM
f. H. BlWEÄ.
Oe ^nuocratic «Times.
EDITORI A I. NOTES.
JOSEPHINE COUNTY NEWS.
KL AMA TH COUNTY ITEMS.
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U NPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION!
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LOOK OUT FOR THE
GREAT REDUCTION iN PRICES !
HOSI ER Y !
The Verein Eintracht
WITHIN 60 DAYS AT ANY PRICE!
NEW YEARS EVE,. Dec. 31st,
J. B. PACE
IN SOUTHERN OREGON.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
J. B. PACE TOBACCO
Friday Dec. 10,1886, at 10 o’clock, A. M
R ed S tar
fiuGÍ^É PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS;
O. H. BLOUNT,
AT ASHLAND, OREGON,
HATS ANO CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC., ETC.!
GER m À nre MEÌY
REAL ESTATE AGENTI
JOHN MATHEN, Prop
Did you Sup-
J. B. PACE
THE STAFF OF LIFE I
STtAM FLOURING MILLS