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HERE AND THERE,
Mr. Hicks, who has been on the Ander Jas, McD»»ugull, E»l. Piecing, R. F.
A southern Oregon dog committed sui- I
I At a recent meeting of the board of
son place for two year» past, has rented the Swinden, F. M. Parker and II. Cady of eide the other day by deliberately walking (
The DeMoss family are in Douglas Co.
■ I’rtistees Councilmen Day and Muller were
Willow Springs precinct were at the couu- into a river and drowning himself. He was 1
llouck farm south of Ashland.
Mrs. J. Rapp oi Wagner creek is in town. i appointed a committee to formulate mens*
a sufferer from fits and took this method of
E. Lewis of Eag'e Point and Thoa. Mar ty-seut Saturday on land business.
Mirto STATI! OFFICIAI PRIM.
H. G Meyer of Butte creek was here yes ures looking to the changing of our town
ti n of Table Rock precinct have boen in
Frank Smith and L. A. Taylor are re relieving himself. This deed has oiten
charter by the next legislature, so thut
DECEMBER 17. 1M8
could be issued and taxes levied to
J. T. Layton, with his wife and daughter, bonds
The Central Point dramatic association Judge Day’» residence, which would have flesh is heir to.
ussist in building a railroad to the main line
& C. R. R. We have always ad
promises to favor the public with an excel
lent entertainment before long.
Tlie Jacksonville Dramatic Association lands has been indefinitely |M)stponed.
M. Lindley of Phcenix, the well-known vocated such proceedings, and it now looks
The Yreka “Journal” learns that Dr
ajs if something will be done to secure the
A domino party will aoon be given by will give one of their popular entertain Owing to the inclemency of the weather surveyor, is in town.
Trulllnger, the veterinary surgeon sent to
coveted railroad connection.
Adarel Chapter No. 3, O. E. 8., in their ments during the holidays. A first-class and the hard times very few bidders were
the railroad front by the Supervisors of Sis
J. S. Morgan and wife of Gall’s creek I Gen. T. G. Reames and wife, who have
play has been selected for the occasion.
hall. It will be a private affair.
kiyou county, Cal..has caused the killing of
were here this week.
There will be rating and other amuse no doubt that in the future this tract will
00 horses afflicted with glanders, up to the
Great is the rush to Newman Fisher's
Mrs. J. Tcepper has recovered from her ' tired® s trip to the eastern State», returned
home Sunday morning, after an aoseuce of
latest report leceived. and is still making
Grass is growing nicely and stock faring store in Jacksonville to take advantage of ment» at Central Point on the day before
I about five weeks. They went as far aouth
Christmas, which will conclude with a j We have received an invitation to be
careful inspection of all animals showing well.
the great bargains he is offering.
I present at the holiday party of the Capital
i as New Orleans, and returned home via the
any symptoms of the disease. He has
Revs. Bails and Jones have been holding grand ball at Alpine hull in lhe evening.
Shooting and horse-racing at Jackson
town a few days since.
; Southern Pacific ruilroad.going to Portland
blanks prepared wbuh he fills out as the ville on Christmas,
An ounce of discretion is better than a • Social Club, which will take place in the
a protracte<i meeting at the M E. church
i by steamer. We are glad to learn that
examination is made- and notes tbe pulse,
( pound of knowledge. Whv not spend new legislative hall on the evening of the
in Ashland fo- the past fortnight.
i Mrs. R,’» health has been benefited by the
respiration, appearance of iuu-us mem
I twenty-live cents for a bottle u£ Red Star ‘ JOth inst. We regret our inability to bv
C. C. Beekman and wife will aoon pay j journey.
! Cough Cure, and save a large doctor bill. i present, but nevertheless render thanks
brane of nasal tubes, color ot nostrils, ap
for the compliment.
Come to Jacksonville on Christmas day
the eastern States a visit, *
.... iik I,
. Weeding and Itching
pearance of ulcers, diagnosis of lungs and
Dit. F keki . a m
. », of the M. E. Church, say»
by Dr. Rubinsun, City Drugstore.
larynx, discharge from farcy buds and aud enjoy yourself.
Emery, the enterprising furnituro dealer
Frank Ennis is still at Galiee creek, look- j Positively cured by Darby’s Prophylactic
that two bottles of Gilmore’s Aromatic
Sanford Marsh, formerly of Ashland,
of Afthluml, I im > moved into his new ing after his mining interests
¡Fluid. Bathe w ith a little of th«* Fluid
many other particulars in reference to
The “Mikado” headgear is also quite
the n w MI ater.
... .>. .’i,
• ■ . • A
has opened a shop at Lakeview for tbe re Wine cured bis wife of Nervous Debility building opposite the plaza, where he will
glands, veins, limbs, etc., followed by a popular at Ashland.
and Sleeplessness. Bold by Dr. Robinson.
will allay the itching, soothe
pairing of guns, sewing-machines, etc.
keep on hand a larger and better stock of in the valley during tho week.
post-mortem examination, also detailing
| tion.deodorize all utfensiveness and staunch
Nature's remedy is what they say oi
The public schools and also St. Mary’s
goods than ever I efure. As he keeps the
condition and character of nasal passages, Oregon Kidney Tea.
Our friend, Chas W. Knowles, the popu
the bleeding, 'l etter and Scald Bead are
Avudemy will stand adjourned for the next
Jimmy Boyle’s smiling face may be seen quickly cured bv Darby's Prophylactic
lar proprietor of the St. Charles Hotel, is t..o weeks, in order to give teachert and ! l>e>t aud lells at the lowest rates, he is en-
larynx, lungs, lymphatic glands, pustulous
The legislature meets on the second
| joying a liberal patronage.
eruptions, etc. In addition to the glanders Monday in January.
the happy father of a girl. Shake?
WHICH HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED AT
pupils an opportunity to enjoy the holi
many horses employed in tbe railroad
Twenty-live carloads of wheat have been
N erve -L ih . \ xi » V igor restored in men day*.
tlie good things of this
our town a visit a few days since.
Holiday amusements promise to be nu
work have died of lung fever and other
i shipped from the Medford warehouse dur-
and women by using Gilmore’s Aroma'i«-
. . .
Newman Fisher means business and is |
Messrs. Derby and Chartres of Big Butte alone
on account -- of Dyspepsia. Acker's
diseases resulting from exposure to inclem merous in this valley.
Wine. Sold by Dr. J. W. Robinson.
slaughtering goods on every hand, lie j j mg the past ten days, also a considerable precinct made us a short visit Tuesday.
Twenty fine oil paintings at Dr. Robin
ency of the weather, by reason of having
The weather fo.’ the most part of the wants to close out as soon as possible aud ; amount from Central Point and Gohl Hill.
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
only tent stables like a circus, which are son's City Drug Store.
Mrs. S. A. Farnham of Ashland, who positive guarantee at 25 and. 50.cents, by
week has been beautiful—in tact pleasant everything must be sold, without regard tn Not much grain remains at the last two
not comfortable in our high mountain sec
j warehouses, but a large quantity is still at has bacn seriously sick,is convalescent.
Ashland is promised two masquerade er weather was never seen anywhere.
I J. W. Robinson.
tions where the railroad work has been in balls on Christmas eve.
Medford, Mr. Baker informs us.
Rev. J. R. Roberts held a meeting at the
For the freshest and best candies, nuts
Peter Ganiard has arrived from Hum-
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and
progress since the first part of September,
The books of the late W. F. Owens have M. E. church here last Monday evening.
Charley Judge of Ashland has been pay tigs and other delicacies, especially fur the boldt county. Cal., and taken charge of his
Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh’s
when the summer weather ended
ing relatives in town a visit.
Sold at City Drug Store.
holidays, go to theS. F. Variety Store, t
brother’s (O. Guniard) interests in Sum’s
the administrator, C. W. Johnston. These
Holiday printing a specialty at the T imes
The saloon-keepers of Phoenix havecon- valley. The lutter will hereafter reside in books will prove »great benefit to the ad were at the county-seat the forepart of tlie
ex Bl»^od Elixir is the only
N. Langell of this place has purchased office. Send in yonr orders.
cluded that it will uot pay them to take out Ashland.
13 Blood Remedy guaran
ministrator in the settlement of this estate,
J. M. Smith is assisting J. W Merritt to teed« It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup
the “Oregon Sentinel,” until lately con
Pay your arrearages at the T imes office a license, so that town has no saloon.
Ilopkins it Moon are building a dwelling and without them he could scarcely have
seive the numerous customers of the Cash tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
ducted by Frank Krauae, deceased, and and get one of our premiums.
' ' s creek for I mUde satisfactory adjustments.
The trustees have appropriated <20 to- house up at tl.ç hu»< .d ’ of " right
whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic
will embark in the newspaper business.
A tine line of holiday goods is being dis ward the improvement of the road Up the occupancy of the men employed in | j N»»w that the time for settling-up is ap
We extend the right hand of fellowship, played at the City Drug Store.
Gen. John E. Ross has been very sick and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it.
prospectin » tlieir mining claim in Ashland I
Jackson creek, which is quite sensible.
by Dr. J. W Robinson.
and wish our new eotemporary the fullest
again, but is somewhat improved ut this
Presents were distributed among the pu precinct.
Wilson Bros, are furnishing this market
ad\antage to order tlieir billheads, state writing.
measure of success. It is also to be hoped
"HACKMETACK.” a fragrant and last-
pils of the Catholic Sunday-school, last
At no place in southern Oregon can bet ments. letterheads envelopes, receipt and
that he will not become inoculated with the with an excellent quaRty of bay.
Dr. R. L. Parker and his son, W. W. ’’••■z perfume. Price *25 and 50 cents. Sold
ter livery turnouts be obtained than at note books, etc., at the T imes office, The
Sabbath, and alt departed well satisfied.
Dr. Robinson, City Drugstore.
e want correspondence from every por
ethics of a great majority of the editors of
M '» dle -A ged M en who lack vigor and Plyinale’s. Horses boarded at reasonable best.work done at the lowest prices, and
Rogue river valley, who have not the first tion of the First Judicial District.
terms and satisfaction guaranteed in every competition defied. Give us a trial.
idea of journalistic courtesy, but by gross
It is predicted that the run of salmon this
Isaac Mensor, of the Golden Rule Bazaar
matic Wine. Sold by J, W. Robinson.
The county court, after duly considering
and slanderous personalities seek to de season will be uncommonly large.
STOUT— PRATT— On December 5th, at the resi
Shiloh’s Catarrli Remedy—a positive cure
the question, have refused to purchase
tract from the success and reputation of
dence of the bride’s parents, in Poe valley, by
Geo. Megerle and Eugene Trumble made
Hou G. W. Smith, county judge, Mr. Henry
for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. will hold a special meeting on the evening cither the Centennialor Rock Point bridges. tlie past week.
their more enterprising competitors. The onr town a visit a few days since.
to Miss Linuie Pratt, both of Klamath
J D. Kennedy, the energetic an d clever Stout
Sold by Dr. Robinson, City Drug Store.
If the county were not so heavily in debt
public has no interest whatever in the
Rain commenced falling again Wednes
in the third degree. A ¿ull attendance is the proposition would probably have been traveling agent for Flciscbncr. Mayer &
grievances of publishers who have not in
The largest and nicest stock of dolls ever requested
day, and has continued ever since
received with more favor, as there should Co., has been here.
dustry or brains enough to be successful,
brought to southern Oregon may be found
T. A. Newman and wife of Little Bu’ *•
Jacksonville will have a first-class Christ be no toll bridges in a county like ours.
| Victor C. Bellinger, a prominent young
ami view their numerous attacks on their
CJlii-ÍMtiuMM anti INow Yettr’ai
precinct, Dec. 3d, to Mr.
mas-tree entertainment a»:d everybody is
more deserving cotemporaries with disgust. precinct were here a few days ago.
Lieut. E. C. Brooks, Eighth cavalry, who resident of Portlaml, made us a short call * and Mrs. Allen of Portland, a daughter.
J ames S cllivan of Salem, Oregon, says invited to attend and enjoy the splendid
during the past week.
Hulled peanuts, pine nuts and other
DEAN—In this city, Dec. 7th, to the wife of B.
he was cured of the Asthma by Gilmore’s programme which will be presented, free graduated last June from West Point, is
Relief Bill Proposed.
ODOR AND DRESSING CASES
W. Dean, a daughter.
delicacies at the S. F. Variety Store
announced to be married soon to Miss
Zach Cameron und Mrs R. J. Cameron j I KAS8HAFER-In
Jacksonville, Dec. 9tli. to Mr.
Senator Stanley will endeavor to have a
Margaret A. Gray, of Chicago. Lieut. and son of Uniontown have been in Jack I an<i Mr». Frank Kasshafer, a son.
The board of trustees met last Tuesday
relief bill for Jacksun county passed by the evening, but transacted little business.
Make your rel atives and friends happy
The Ashland council advertises fur bids Brooks is a son of Collector Brooks, of the sonville during tbe week.
I HURT-ln Medford, Dec. 5th, to Mr. and Mrs.
)• E. G. Hurt, u sou.
next legislature, Being situated on the
by hanging presents in the Christmas boat for the construction of a water system in Puget Sound custom district, and is well
RILEY—In Little Butte precinct. Dec. Sth, to
state line many evil-doers congregate here,
at the U. 8. Hall in Jacksonville for them. that place,which will be opened on Jan. 10th. known by many residents of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kiley, a daughter.
and as a consequence the expense of try
Installation of officers of Oregon Chap This will enable the town to protect itself
A single fact is worth a shipload of ar Blanchet of this place a visit.
A. Wyland has sold one of his farms on I ter No. 4, R. A. M., and Warren Lodge against fire.
ing criminals has been very heavy for
gument. This may well be applied to St.
Mrs. A. F. Eddy left for Pendleton on
many years past, causing a great debt to Antelope creek to Hrs. V. Peil for <1500.
No. 10. F. A A. M., will take place on Dec.
Alien Simons has finished teaching a Jacobs Oil, which is more efficacious than Wednesday, tj join her husband. They
accumulate, with its consequential taxa
GOBE.—lu Ashland. December 6, 1886, infant
Since grain advanced in price quite an 27di.
term of school in Sam’s valley and is now all other liniments. Mr. John Gregg, a will permanently locate there.
daughter of Mr. and Mre. W. H. Gore.
turn. It is no more than right that the amount of wheat is being shipped north.
David Smith, son ot 1’. M. Smith of Un in charge oi another in Manzanita pre well-known citizen of Watsonville. Cali | W. 1’. Hammon and II McPhee of the
balance of tbe state should pay some of
Why don’t you take advantage of the iontown, has returned from Modoc county, cinct. lie is an excellent teacher and gives fornia, found it to be indispensable as a
Wagner creek nurseries were here during
this expense of trying criminals who have T imes ’ unparalleled clubbing inducements?
NEW THIS WEEK.
CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS,
cure for rheumatism. Price fifty cents.
Cal . accompanied by his newly-married satisfaction.
tlie week delivering fruit trees.
had but a temporary residence in this coun
live at home, and make more money
ty at most, and Senator Stanley’s scheme
E. II. Loftus, Jr., and wife have return- \/A| I can work
for ns, than ut anything else in Albanis, Card Cases. Fancy Stationery. Statuary. Pic-
The building use.I by l . Buenxow as a in the San Francisco and Portland mar book-keeping, has organized a class, which ed from tlieir bridal tour and will remain ■ ■ Illi
savors much more of fairness than many huge quantities at the S. F. Variety Store.
wW the world. Capital not needed; you are
shirted free Both sexw; all age«. Any one can
F. Ruch. S. Carebuff, O. E. Rose and A.
which have been passed b.v previous leg
ture Frames. Accordéons, Jewelry.
do the work. Large earnings sure from the first
Iny.art of Applegate were in town Monday. further particulars enquire at the T imes that much higher. There is also a slight Orth's building, where comfortable quar
J. II. Hyzer of Ashland and Frank Beach start. Costly ontfit and terms free. Better not
raise in sugar.
ters have boon fitted up. The Prof, is well
Fine Candies and Cigars,
delay. Costs you nothing to send us your address
It is stated that a young couple on Ap
find out; if you are wise you will do so at
Wm. Eaton returns his thanks to the patronized and wiil no doubt give the full- of Lake view were registered at one of the and
Ehler M. Peterson preaches at Central plegate will join fortunes during the holi its line through the valley, the construc- good people oi Jacksonville who so kindly ■ est satisfaction, as be is master of the art
John Wells and wife of Sprague river
Point on Sunday, at the usual hour.
Our friend .M. S. N- iuass <»f Corvallis
tion force being at Medford a tew <iuys ministered to his wants in lime of need,
Counterfeit coins have made their ap since.
ami when he was unable to help himself was recently married to Miss Kate Eman- v illey. Klanuth county, are paying their
Rev. A 11 Sunderman preaches kt the
Thi:«e Holiday (I ouc I h are fresh a »id
iiud have beo.i selcctt'd with great care from the
Aehhtnd preeinct a visit.
-ami -Iris- family.-----
- — ----------------- -uct; ¿r Ban-Fnnivioc»» belie, mratius since '
Chimney Rock school-house on Sunday at pearance in this section. Look out for
lnrg Ht wholesale l.ou-es :;i Sa 1 Frauc-»co a.*d e.'Uiiiot be
OCRMAN ASTHMA CURE
Instantly relieves the most violent attack, and I
J- B. Thomas of Gohl Hill, who was so
the usual hour.
High Mass will be chanted at the Catho returned home with his bonny bride.
of cases of rheumatism. This is abundant
insure« comfortable »leep. SO WAITING for RX. I
EQ'JALSO IN SOUTHKRN OREGON.
A fine line of fancy stationery, in boxes, reason for belief that it will cure you. lic church in this place on Christmas, and Mose is one of the most popular and en- ' seriously hurl 1 ist week, is somewhat bet-
bclts .Being used by inhalation, its action is im-1
Rev. F. X. Banchet wili hold services at
mediate, direct and certain, and a cure is the |
Price» are also nitoh lowar than ev t h--f >; e and
reault in al! curable caaoe. A single trial oon-1
the ceremonies will be quite impressive. terprising young men in the State, and his I ter now,though he is not out of d inger yet.
the Catholic church in this place on Sun is being sold at cost at the 8. F. Variety Try it.
vinces the most skeptical. Prioe 60c. and $1.001
many friends wish the young couple all
The physiognomies of Geo. Stockton, O.
day at the usual time.
Millinery goods were never sold so cheap Several young lady ringers are rehearsing the joy »».nd g.»od luck imaginable.
Rev. J. K. Roberts will hold
ly as they are now being disposed of by
Satisfaction Guaranteed. No trouble to show Goods. Remember the place,
Jacksonville’s death-list will be quite, Heavy slides nave taken place on the - upon the tnir sex of this place tliis week,
Phoenix on Sunday next and at Antioch the supervision of Street Commissioner Mrs Prim. Her stock is th- latest and
small this year, as is usually the erse. California & Oregon railroad, near Duns
on the following Sunday. .
Win. Harris, the scientific butcher, is in
Notice for Publication. S. F. VARIETY STORE. - - • Jacksonville. Oregon,
muir, Shasta counts in con?cquence of charge of Hosley’s meat market at Ashland,
Jack Montgomery is engaged in improv
Liberal Sunday-school and Bible class
F. 0. Collins, J. M. Hacker, Mark Wat There is no healthier place than this, near
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon, (
Tevnplo of" Iiolicl«,y O- ooc Y h .
December 15th, 1886.
meets every Sunday at 11 o’clock a . M. at
kins and W H. Faucett of Big Applegate
•VOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TH AT THE FOL
regular. A number of men belonging to
8. B. Galey of Ashland was at the coun IN ¡owing-named aattler has filad notfoa of lubin-
the U M. L Hall, Talent.
cauie to Jacksonville Manday on n trading
T. J. Cress, the scientific painter, is en expedition.
A Mrs. Bartie, of Douglas county, who the construction force now at Butteville ty-seat Wednesday on legal business. He tention to make final proof in support of hi» claim
and that said proof will be made before the Judge
Steam Engine on the Way.
gaged in painting the Sisters’ new laundry
recently opened a grocery store in Ashland, have been dispatched to the scene. Trav was accompanied by Mr. Boyer, lately of or Clerk ot the County Court of Jackson county,
The T imes begins a new volume Hext building.
Oregon, at Jacksonville, Or , on Saturday, Jan
closed up and shipped her goods away last el will be resumed as soon as possible.
29th, 1886. vis: Wm. M.Colvig, Homestead
week. In a short time its machinery will
It is astonishing with, wbut cool concern i Patterson Dunn lias not invested in a felt uary
week, says the ‘‘Tidings.” Too many gro
Kntry No. 4535, for tho 8
of N W U, N W of N
M. Miner of Yreka» Cal,, has made a set
be operated by gteaiu, an engine being now
See. 3. and N E M of N E hi Sec. 4,
some people permit their subscription in | manufactory
cer}’ stores already.
7.1 ii 111 i fv at
P, • ri i,,! as
atnrar-i in the
I Ito Township
37, South, Range 4 West, W. M. He
un its way from New York. The T imes not tlement with bis creditors and reanmed
The masquerade ball will soon be here
Dayton, W. T., Chronicle, but is in Jack- names the following witnesses to prove his con
only prints piore reading matter than any business.
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of, naid
Handsome dressing and odor cases, and a grand time is expected. There will Sometimes good and honest men forget to son county getting fat.
laud, v z: Samuel Mathis, D. N. Birdeey and
Weekly paper published in Oregon, outside
Go to Newman Fisher’s for bargains iu glove, handkerchief and collar boxtjs. and
Silbereison. of Bolt. Jackson county,
Carlos McDonough, who has been in Louis
of Portland, but its circulation is excelled every line. He is bound to sell out, and other beautiful plush goods at the 8. F.
Oregon, and J. G. Birdsey. of Jacksonville,Jack-
their cousins and aunts, from far and near,
Montana territory for sometime past, has son county, Oregon.
by that of very few papers in the State,and soon, too,
CHAS. W. JOHNSTON. Register.
will be in attendance.
they are all printed at the metropolis. A
very thankfully receive the amount due us. returned to his home in Willow Springs pre
E. Hammond and 0. H. Foot of Table
25 Mens’ heavy suits, just, received, only........ ......................
.................................. $ 7 00
If you want to make your friend» abroad
cinct. He will remain until spring.
lie W. C. T. U, will meet at the resi
30 “ AH wool light weight suits “ ................................
...................................... 10 00
reduction in our subscription price will also Rock precinct paid our town a visit not a piesetH that they will appreciate, send
English and Scotch suits, silk faced, only..........
...................................... 15 00
lience of - Mrs. W. J. Ply male to-morrow I
be made at the beginning of the year and long since.
..................................... 20 00
them the T imes for a Christmas or New (Saturday), at do dock p. m .. for the trans slates that Eff. Schieffelin, formerly of this
F: ..e overcoats, all styles and prices
Y VIRTUE OF TWO CERTAIN WRITS OF 75 “
other improvements inaugurated. The
Oregon’s earliest pioneers, is in poor
Aimends, peanuts, walnuts, brazil nuts, A’ear s present.
execution duly issued out of the Circuit Tailor made pants, tit guaranteed, per pair............................
........................................ 6 50
action of important business A full at county, but who is now engaged in farm health, and it is feared that lie is failing
T imes always leads.
Court, of the State of Oregon, for Jackson coun
............ $2 GO aid upward.
etc., at the 8. F. Variety Store in quanti
John Beeson lectured at Central Point tendance is requested.
ing on a large scale in that section, intends fast. He, Is nearljr <80 years of age.
Merino underwear................................................. ...........
ty. and to me directed and delivered, one in fav
ties to suit.
of the State of Oregon for the recovery of the Mens’
one evening last week on the Indian ques
There will be a shooting-match and horse to plant 11,000 Bartlett pear trees, and lias
Chas. W. Cornelius and L. D. Brown or
“ Fine woolen underwear, per suit....................................
sum of $1,103.73 on a judgment for costs, with
.......... from $2 00 to 4 On
The Chinese also seem to be organized
Holiday goods, either by wholesale or tion. This lecture will probably be fol racing in Jacksonville on Christmas day. contracted the fruit for ten years in ad have gone to Portland, and we learn that interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent, per
“ Heavy red flannel underwear, per suit........................
...................................... S 00
“ and Boys’ ovorshirts. a!l kinds..........
from the 28th day of November, 1883, aud
into societies similar to the Knights of La retail, at bedrock prices, at the 8. F. Va lowed by others.
......... from lOcts. to 2 50
The competition will be lively, and much vance, the contractor desiring to secure the former has sold his interest in the annum
against John Justus, and the other also in favor
“ Heavy boots, per pair
00 and npwara.
bor. Those in the employ of the Sterling riety Store.
Justices of the peace, notaries public and sport is promised. Everybody is invited
quart* mill at the Swinden ledge to the or the Stato of Oregon for the recovery of the Also fine shoes of every description, hat«, caps, glove*, nock-wr-ar. »¡Ik handkerchief», etc., sold at
sum of $978.25 on a judgment for costs, with in most rraHenabb» rates.
Mining Co. struck not long since because
Hard-times prices and the best of every real-estate agents will find the best, cheap to come and participate.
R. M. Sliely, a first-class marble-cutter latter.
terest thereon at the rate of eight per cent, per
Capt, Ankeny discharged some incompe thing in holiday goods at the 8. F. Va est and most complete stock of blanks at
from the 13th day of December, 1881, and
H. Mensor of Woodville was here Tues annum
If you want a large, first-class paper, sub has resumed business at Medford, where
against George K. Justus; 1 am commanded to
tent ones; but that gentleman was equal to riety Store.
the T imes office.
scribe for either the San Francisco “Exam lie is prepared to fill orders in his line in day, from whom we learned that much make the above amounts out of the personal
the emergency, and by getting into the
of the said defendant», and if sufficient
Our friend, Dr. Geary, is unusually hap
A very fine display of holiday goods is iner” or New York “Star.” Price only the best style and at the lowest living preparation is being made for the enter property
personal property could not be found, theu out
breach himself and hiring white miners, py of late, as he has now a pair of pretty
being made by the business men of Jack $1 50 and $1 respectively. Subscriptions rates. He can furnish monuments, tomb tainment and ball at that place on Christ of the real pn»perty belonging to th« «aid dafend.
operations were retarded but little and youngsters.
ants; and in obedience to the said writs 1 did, on
stones, etc., of every description aud at mas eve.
sonville. and prices have been regulated taken at the T imes office.
the 13th day of December, 1886, levy on the here
everything is progressing smoothly. Tbe
any price. Copings, bases, and all kinds
Mrs. H. C. Myer and Miss Emhia Vining inafter described realty, according to law. and 1
Wm. Shock, who has been at Stone’s to suit the times.
The social party at Eagle point on Christ
strikers have since been trying to return
Fast Tims, Surs Connection, New Equipments.
stonework well done. Satisfaction guar of Ashland were registered at the St.Charles will offer for sale, for gold coin of the United
No offensive characters will be permit mas eve will be the event of the sea of
States of America, at public auction to tho high
to their old positions, but tbe Captain is ranch, near Phoenix, has returned to
anteed. Give him a trial.
ted at the Eintracht’s masquerade ball. son in that section There will be a large
firm and will not take them back.
The business of the Jacksonville Marble i orobably returned home by this time, hav ville, in said County and State, on
Tbe Christmas entertainment and ball at The greatest pains will also be taken to attendance, and no pains will be spared to
Saturday, January 15th, 18S7,
Works wili continue right along under the ing boen absent for several weeks.
WnodviHe will be on the evening of De prevent rudeness.
make it a first-class affair.
P m . of said day, all the right, title
management of tho assignee, A. H. Mregl ’.
W. Brown of Butte city, Montana, who at 2 o'clock
At Table Kock school-house Friday, Dec. cember 24th.
interest of the said .John Justus and George
Winter fights are raging on Thompson
A petition for tbe erection of a street Anybody desiring a tombstone, monument, buyp large numbers of cattle and sheep on and
Accommodations unsurpassed for comfort and safely. Fares and freight much less than by any
Justus in and to the following described real
24th, at 6:30 o'clock p. m ; at Antioch on
The Jacksonville Turnverein has dis creek. An old resident of that section was lamp near Rich gulch has been presented stone coping, etc., will find it to their ad the northwest coast for shipment, has late R.
property, to-wit: The south half of the south other route between all points in the Willamette Valley and Ban Francisco. Only route via
on the fourth Sunday at 11 o’clock a . m . banded and turned its property over to the placed bars du conibat by an irate female to the trustees and should be granted with
east quarter, and the fractional east half of the
vantage to call soon, as prices have been ly been buying extensively in southern southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of sec
I will preach the funeral sermon of Mrs. town trustees.
armed with a clqb lately.
out delay. The board does not act prompt reduced considerably. First-class mechan Oregon. He leaves for British Columbia tion twenty-five, and the north half of the north
Oliver Vincent’s child at Gurnard school
east quarter and the fractional ea*t half of the
Bruce Allen, lately of Linkville, is now a
ics arc employed there and the best of in a few days.
northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of
house at 6:30 o’clock p. m . on the fourth resident of Jacksonville and employed in plentiful notwithstanding the winter
section thirty-six, all in township thirty-seven,
work turned out. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Sunday. Will deliver a lecture on “Moral the T imes office.
south of range two west, and containing 198.04
weather, many ot whom are as insolent as some tine samples of corn in the office of
The bill of exceptions in the case of Rob as “Pap.” is in the valley on official busi acres, and being in Jackson county, Oregon.
(.'haructer,” considered from youth to ma
Mrs. Billings, says the stalks of some are erts vs. the O. <fc C. railroad was settled ness. Hehoids the position of deputy col Witness my hand and official signature this
ture manhood, at Gold Hili on the evening
15th day of December, 1886.
A, Carothers, who traveled all the way fourteen feet high and that one stalk of Monday before Judge Deady. Roberts lector under Hon. John Whiteaker, collect
B. W. DEAN. Sheriff,
of Dec. 27th. 1 will preach at the Neil shop of Mr. Davis, the clever blacksmith
By N. A. JACOBS. Deputy.
pop-corn has thirteen ears upon it.
preek school-house on the first Sunday in
Miss Kate Lane White (formerly of Rock cause he was detained a day by his own welcomed by his many friends.
Toys a specialty at the S. F. Variety at Gold Hill a few days ago, where he
January at 11 o'clock a . m .
Point) was married to Mr. South worth at fault, and because his valise was held for
Store, and sold cheaper than at any place in will probably locate.
J. R. K orertk .
The Ilood surveying party bare moved the residence of lier parents in Nevada refusing to pay his fare. The case was
tried a short time since in the United
Eight dozen pair vases at the City Drug
Prayer meeting will be held at the M E. their camp to the Salt Works on Shasta county, Cal., a short time since. We ex States circuit court, and tlie jury returned
A long-tailed comet has made its ap church in this place every Wednesday river^for the ¡»resent, There are about tend our heartiest congratulations.
a verdict for defendant.
sixteen in the party.
pearance in the horizon, and may be seen eveningat "o’clock.
Two hundred Christmas cards at the
Hereafter postmasters will be very par
Messrs. Wimer <t Mee, of Josephine
W eekly maintains its position as
every morning after 4 o’clock, until the
The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer of Bourbon, ticular to add the hnal h to Roseburgh, in county, are in our city thia week receiving
Our affable Sheriff is in an unusually
the leading illustrated newspaper in America;
dawn causes it. to sink into obscurity. The
FROM BAN FRARCIBGO;
its hold upon public esteem and confidence Saturday.........
happy mood, a girl baby having arrived at Ind.,says: “Both myself and wife owe our drawing money orders on this office, as a carload of their celebrated “Solid Com Toys, toy s,to}s all kinds—at I)r. Rob and
...Nov. 27 Saturday.............................
location of the truveler through the ceru
lives to Shiloh’s Consumption Cure.” Sold tire Department refuses to allow the P M. fort Sulky Plows,’’ manufactured by the
his house last week.
sides the pictures. H amper ’ s W eekly always
lean dome is at the east northeast, and
Santa Claus has established his head contains installments of one, occasionally of Tuesday
at Roseburgh credit on orders drawn Rose Economist Plow Co., of South Bend, Ind.,
at tbe City Drug Store.
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though not very brilliant has a tail visible
trated, with short stories, poems, sketches, and
All kinds of dolls, from the smallest
to the naked eye for two or three degrees, gate, made his numerous friends in town
papers on important current topic» by the mo«t
W. H. Wickham, the well known real- has been specially constructed for culti sonville.
Tho Company re«erves the right to chauge sailing days
and with an opera glass may be traced a
Read the S. F. Variety St-ore’s big adver-
Fares, rail and cabin, $14. Kail and steerage, $9.88. For information apply to
estate agent, has removed his office to the vating stiff and refractory soils, such as
nifly exercised in the post to make H arper ’ s
Kelley Field of Sterlingville precinct has can be obtained al the 8. F. Variety Store building on Mrs. Houck’s lot, Ashland,
C. C. HOGUE.
much greater distance. The celestial visi
W eekly a safe as well as a welcome visitor to
the black adobe land*! of Douglas and tisen'ent. There’s the place to buy holi every
Acting G. F. A Pass. Agent. Corvallis. Or.
tor is known as the “Barnard comet of Oct.
where he is always ready to execute all Rogue river valley, which they accom
Don’t fail to see that grand display of ture.
St. Mary’s Academy, that popular insti orders in his line. Prompt and careful at plish to perfection. Every farmer should
4th,” and derives its name from the discov again able to be about.
examine them—[Roseburg Plaindealer.
holiday goods at tl^e 8. F Variety Store.
erer and date of discovery.
Emery it Co of Eagle Point keep a nice tution for the education of young ladies, tention given to business.
Says the Yreka “Union :” A young gen Jacksonville.
Per Year :
line oi general merchandise and sell at commenced a new term a short time since,
Every subscriber to the T imes who pays tleman has located at Virginia Bar who
I Drift mas Hoat.
p. Linn has a handsome lin* of furni HARPER S WEEKLY..................
. 4 00
his arrearages will be awarded a year’s
A grand Christmas entertainment will be prices to suit tbe times.
Bettie Muller, second daughter of our subscription to thé “Western Plowman.” a
John Carter of Lakeview, has sold his
given under the auspices of the Presbyte
B FRANKLIN SQUARE L1KRA-
rian Bunday-schooi of Jacksonville, at the
The ladies should not fail to call at Mrs. HARPER
verely scalded by a cup of hot water she copy of Dr. Kendall’s celebrated treatise zen. He had no name, but havmg a good,
RY, One Year (52 Number»)......................... 16 0(
U. 8. Hall, on Christmas eve, to be follow grove for $200, it is said.
long pedigree, his father has given him Prim's bazaar and inspect her large line of HARPER’S BANDY SEitlEB. One Year -52
ed by a distribution of presents by “Santa
the name of John B. Cann, Jr. He arriv fine holiday goods.
Postage Free to all »ub»cril>eri in the Uuited
The trustees ordered street-lamps some
Claus,” who has promised to be present er House in Jacksonville for 25 cents each.
Cardwell Bros, have lately added several ed last Thursday and will assist his father.
months ago, but still there is no light, and hue horses and new vehicles to their all
without fail AH persons who wish ure in Satisfaction guaranteed.
John B. Cann, in running the Honolulu day goods, Including novelties just receiv The volumes of the W eeklv bwgfn with the first
O. H. Blount of Ashland, the hatter and our citiaens plod through the dark and ready large number of turnouts and spare ferry-boat and general jobbing. We con ed from San Francisco.
vited to place presents in the hands of the
number for January of each y»«ar. When no
committee, who will be present at the h<^» clothier, is said to sell cheaper than any
no pains to give satisfaction. They mean gratulate yon, John, ami hope he will gr«»w
ia spocifted, »nhecriptions will b«^in with
4 GRAND BALL WILL BE GIVEN AT THE
The reason Dr. Robinson sells holiday time number
current at time of receipt of order.
A New Hall in Eigie Point or Christmas Eve.,
New good* have just been received by T. to keep a livery stable second to none south to be as Ing as his daddy, with « g«w>d 11- goods cheaper than any other house--bis the Bound
Until 3 o'clock r. M., fm the purpose of re body in southern Oregon.
Volume« of H arper ' s W eekly , for
Dec. 24th. No pnin*> will be spared to make this
three years back, in neat cloth binding, will he
ball ever given at Engle Point, and every
ceiving them and placing them in the boat.
The soil is in good oondltlon for plowing J. Clopton of Brownsboro, who sells at as of Portland. Give them a call.
goods were bought 111 Chicago.
No. 1. Target «hoot»ng. with rifle, off-hand, the beat
»ent by mail. posti>aid. or by express, free of ex
and their friends are invited to attend. The
Cmw App- aled.
distance 80 yards; purse, $3». All gons to ha 45 body
C ommittee .
and seeding, and many farmers are im tonishingly low rates for cash. Give him a
The cheapest and largest stock of albums, pense (provided the freight doe« n-"»t exceed one or
Thompson A Stephenson’s express be
best of music and a first-class supper will bo
call and see bis fine stiM-k.
furnished for the occasion. Remember the place,
T. B. Kent has applealed from the judg dressing cases, picture frames, picture I dollar per volu no), for $7 0o per volume.
proving their opportunity.
tween this place and Ashland, which li as
No. 2. Glass ball shooting, with shotgun, 18 at
An Ejftindml Examination.
('loth ('a»e«, f<»r each volume, suitable for bind
New Hall. Eagle Point. Tickets, (includ
Balls to be thrown from a ing the
Ex Sheriff Jacobs lias bought the tr»u k ; been running f ir several months past. was ment ofthe circuit court. and the question lhM»ks. card cases, etc., at Dr. Robinson’s, ing, will be sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of yards
Tlv Ashland Woolen Mills will suspend
Win. Priest, county superintendent of
revolving spring trap.
and dray business of Mr. Ah Bride in Ash- , withdrawn lately, the inclemency of the w in liicr Districi Attorney Colvig is not le City Drug Store.
public schools, will commence the usual
Entrance fee to matches Nos. 1 and 2 <2; en
‘ land, and Is ready to attend to all orders in weather nnd the muddy roads having made gally holding the office tn which lie was
The largest stock of candies and nuts for Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance« of lose.
trance fee to match No. 3 $1.
quarterly examination ot applicants for the Hume may be repaired.
Newspaper« are not to copy this advertisement
elected last June will come before the s ii- the holidays ever brought to southern
Î travel between the two places light.
All entries must be made by 12 o'clock M. on
K. B. (’rtton of Centra! Point will make | his line in the liest of style.
toucher's certificates on Thursday, Dec.
without the express order of H arfer A B roth Christmas day.
otice is hereby given that the
Oregon has arrived at the 8. F. Variety ers . Address
Regular Quarterly Examination of applicants
No Christmas ball wid be given in Jack preme court at its March term.
23,1, in order to give the board of examina application to the county court at Its next ’ The sociable given by the Ladies' Aid
There mast be at least four entries in matches
' for Teacher’s < ’ertificatc« will be held at the office
HAKPEK A BROTHERS, tfew York.
sonville, in order to give our people un op-
tion two »lays in which to )nriorm their session for a liqnor license.
Enterprise at LAnkeHle.
undersigned in tbe Court-House in Jack-
Holiday goods were never sold so cheap
' wnville. Oregon, uc
labor». Prof. I rivst is doing everything iu
H. Judge has just forwarded several
Constable Kas^bafer rejoice» over the ad I ing p'ovetj a very agreeable one. It wili ■ portunity to attend theswial events given
outside of town. Our neighbors propose wagonloads of tine saddlery goods to Link
his powti to imptu^v our school system vent of another Democrat, who will be a I be repeateil in the near future.
Thursday. Dec. 23 1886.
8. F. Variety Store, Jacksonville. Some
In addition to the above matchm tiwre will
and in<*rva>e its proficiency, ami we are v»«ter in due course of time.
j The principal Chinaman of the Mongo- reciprocal ing by attending the grand mas ville. His new shop at that place is now a are almost given away.
mhootin« at target» for turkey*. ’ Commencing at 10 »»’clock a . M. Persons deairing
pleased to sec bin. succeeding so well.
Joe Mensor of Grant’s Pass is attei ding I lian company which has rented the Apple- querade ball here on New-year’s eve.
i to apply for certificate» should act avvufdm<l>.
For a substantial holiday present go to
25 centa will be charged to eamr.
‘ All applicant» will hereafter be required to pa*»
Kane’s Illustrated West, published by
to the Golden Rule Bazaar in this place dur | gate Grave! Co.'s claim had his l<-8 broken
VOR THE HUL1DA IS .< T -V(.'.VX.Vk
either Jerry Nunan or J W. Merritt, as The oldest and most successful specialist on
I an examination in phjrtiology and^ '^RIEST
The Lewis A Dryden Printing Co . of Port
ing the absence of bis brother.
by an accident a few days aince.
Coast, assisted by an eminent »unceun from
they have the nicest kind of articles to the
Ladies’ linen and silk handkerchiefs, la-
Hu pt. of Schools for Jackson < eunt>.
If y< u want to buy a
the East, both regular ffraduat»«» With ’ong ex
DK. FLINTS HEART REMEDY will
The stages between Ashland and f traw-
Pay your suoscription to the T imes one land. is at hand. It is fully up to the high prolong
windmill, bay the
G- H. WATT, /
perience in the treatment of
ales’ and misses’ all-wool stockings, all
life by preventing those sudden make the |>eople happy.
S cott M orris . > A»distant Examiners-
berry valley have been crowded and extra year in advance and you will get the New
ALL CHRONIC. NER. |
j J. B. 8WERT, )
woo’. shawls, lisle and fieece-lined gloves,
VOL8 AND PRIVATE '
York “Star,” Detroit “Free Press” or i and promisee to become ai» important fac told grief to families, often plunging them fering a superior tine of drww-goods, cloth
DISEASES. Such as af- 1
cashmere and linen stand covers, etc., stages are often nccessarv .
î tor in inducing immigration to the north- into poverty, because of the Untimely de-
feet the Young. Middle 1
etc. Special prices to those making pres
Light. Strong and well
i «’ease of the bread-winner At druggists.
Aged and Old, Binde or I
balanced and perfectly
all our jewelry will be closed out at whole
Will Q. Brown of Riddle will furnish
||1 50 Descriptive treatise with each bot stantial holiday presents.
Married men, and all ,
Gen Howard, in his annual report, rec tle : or address J. J Mack & Co., 8. F.
who suffer from
sale prices. J. W. Robinson.
the Roseburg “Review witlujn exhaust
A very handsome assortment of Christ
fisc la I Pnrlu.
ommends the abandonment of Fort Hal-
mas-tree ornaments, cornucopias, candles
The finest line of Christmas cards ever ive article on mines in Douglas comity for [ lock. Nevada, and Klamath. Oregon. The
Ortawdw R»«e of Applegate give* a so seen in Jacksonville is now being display the holiday number of that paper.
and candle-holders, etc., at the 8 F. Va-
! old gentleman evidently does not under-
cial party at his residence next Friday, or ed at the S. F. Variety Store.
riety Htore. Jacksonville.
Jacobv Bros, of Gold Hill have a fine ‘ stand the situation as well as be ought to,
on Christmas Eve, tor which tbe best of
The children of Jas. Artnpriesl and Geo. ami large a««ortment «»f toys ami holiday especially a* far as Fort Klamath i» con
supper and music will be provided. Judg McLaren, who were so seriously injured goods which they are selling very cheap.
hurts and many sorts of ail* of
The Jacksonville skating-rink will hr
ing from the satisfaction given on former not long since, are recovering.
rf »vary clMe.riptio»-,
N*rvon» Debility Seminal LoMea. Sexual Decay,
occasion*. we have no doubt but what this
open on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Thurs Fta'dioie Memory.
There will he liorse-racing at Gold Hill
Ev»*». I«ck of Bnercy.
man and beast need a cooling
Bend for price-list and catalogne to
one wi’i also be a success.
A very nice line of vases, moustache
A. J. FEDGk. Grant’s Psra. Or.
day afternoons have been set apart for la Im!*ediment to Marr is a«; «iso Blood and Skin
' on the «lay l»efore Cbristmaa, and an en-
D umrssn , Syphifi«,Eruption«. Hair Fallin«. B»»ne
cups, saucers ami other fancy crockery for i l^jgan. H h 1 Ashland photographer, con , tertainment in the evening, to be followed
dies alone, with sk^Jos free. A »ot of new
, Swvlhnffs. Sot» Tl rost, Ufcers. Effect» of I
iry. Ki<ln«y and Bladder Troubles. Weak
sale at the S. F. Variety Store.
tinues to nd«l the latest in«pn»vemei.ts in by a ball. Music will be furnished by
A small farm one mile west of Medford skates has just been received, which will
Rnrnin« Urine. Gonorrh<ra. Gleet. Stric-.
The Sly farm in Manzanita precinct is
H P. Desk ins and Cha* Berneburg have th ' art and is taking jdeturrs that give the j Orme Bros, ami supper by Mrs. A. J. Bar- can be rented on reasonable terms. For be let at reasonable rates. The best of or ____ -receive aearchuia trsatment. prompt r«- j
oJerrd for rent on very reasonable terms, returned from Klamath county The lat fnBo.«« s«<tsf:ti-tion. Every imaginable «tyle l low. A
lief and cure for life
umc i- rw»wwuM*il everyfaaly further particular« call at tlie T imes office, der maintain’d. Rink in I’. 8. Ilall.
consulted confidentially. Call ot I
('all on or address
I of photographs inmhhcd at low ra»*s. e 1 who attends.
H om 4 Nttiii.
ter will go back in a short time.
write. Noa. 132 and 134 Third St., PoiHaod £*•
A. S J a com . Ashland. Or.
ihr Ijemortatir iimcs
Health ia good.
8. F. Variety Store.
Oregon Kidney Tea.
Read the new advertisements.
Item» of importance are scarce.
Roads are getting quite muddy.
Plant your holiday advertisements.
Christmas one week from to-morrow.
The finest millin' *oods at Mrs. Prim's
Old papers at the 1 imkh office very cheap.
AT SANTA GLAUS’ HEADQUARTERS,
THE S. F. VARIETY STORE,
WHERE GOODS ARE ALMOST GIVEN AWAY!
LARCEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
EVER BROUGHT TO SOUTHERN OREGON !
LADIES’ SATCHELS AND WORK BONKS.
HANDKERCHIEFS AND FANCY GOODS,
TOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ! I
oo3i l’ltri* rrioA .
SOME OF THE PRICES
0. H. BLOUNTS, THE CLOTHIER AND HATTER,
225 MILES SHORTER, 20 HOURS LESS TIME.
Daily Passenger Trains Except Sundays
MONEY PRIZES EAGLE POINT, ORE.,
CHRISTMAS EVE.. DEC. 24
ON CHRISÏMAS DAY, 1886.
Notice to Teachers.
Racine Wind Mill,
All Sorts of