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Crops are growing finely and a bountiful
I'n-iff sseiry Misery.
T’he “cowboy.” Turn Moran, «but and
PERSONAL *1.' NIKI\.
“Sir Waller, Jr..” owned by D. P. White j
' yield will be the result if enough rain falls, severely wuundeu by Engineer Martin at of thia precinct, is no doubt one of the j
1‘ruuabiy a« much misery conies from ■
Juhu Ashmeml maile us a pleasant call habitual c »nstipatiuu a» from an) derange-1
as a larger area than ever bus been sown i the railroad front, is now at he Yreka hos hambomett and best «tallions in southern
ment of the functions of the body, and it is I
Oregon Kidney Tea.
j in gruin
pital, getting along comfortably, though Oregon. His colts are unsurpassed fm
tiilficult tu cure, for the reason that uo one i
UNIT» ITATI! OFFICIAL F«»C
Eggs continue quite plentiful
to take the medicines usually pre- |
i As will be seen by notice on Hit fourth
scribed. HAM Bl RG FIGS were prem red
e< nest 'V '
•>««e of tbeTiMtte, SheritT Dean will sell | The lust tegihlaturv mad - it mam!»*“.»*/ prize’ by their uwuur^. See the adver-I
Read the new advertí «emente.
thfe difficulty, and they will be
j some real-estate at the court-house door i un the county clerk to publish an exhibit tisemeiiti Is. .vio ; • for further purt culars j ! Mrs C C. Low is vhiting her relatives found pleasant to the taste of women and
J. Shad! was in town yesterday.
l I at Phoenix
children. 2.'» cents
At all druggists. J.
• of the financial condition of tl>e county in
The abutment on the south side of the
Unparalleled bargains at N. Fisher’s.
Jos Douden of Rock.Point precinct was J. Mack A Co., proprietors, S F.
"Can’t cat a thing. ’
Surwapa- ! April ami October, and Mr. Parker will Klamath river, fur the railroad bridge, is
OUR CLUBBING RATES WITH OTH-
Millet seed at the S. F. Variety Store.
■ com pl «‘led and- the one on the north side here Wednesday
; rill» is a wonderful medicine for creating I soon comply with the law.
W ill Hl ED.
Bead our new clubbing inducements.-
Dr. Will Jackson is in Ashland on pro
an appetite, regulating digestion and giv- I l’be residence of C. W Savage (formerly has been commenced,with pro«i>ecls of be
Parties paying for the T imes in °dvance at our
Our Stock this season Cinaslbi Exo jllel <
1 ing strength.
Fresh bread at the 8. F. Variety Store.
a resilient of ’a* ksouvilh ) at Red Bluff, ing completed before the bridge builders are fessional business.
reduced cash rates will be furnished any of the
CRAWLEY-DUFF -At the residence of the of
Size I.t I re.».
H m IO i mid Vigor!
following named publications in connection with
Read Sheriff Dean's notice to taxpayers. i Advertisements from every quarter con
''«VH. I'KUNE, Al’j
this paper at t »e prices given below. It will be
! ing and placing the iron bridge in position. land, Cal., this week.
notioed that there is a reduction of a» least 5
Old papers at the I imks office very cheap tinue to crowd our columns to such an ex-
Cr cent, on publwhera’ customary rates in ever
I luck seems to follow him.
. H. B. Reed has rece ived a machine for
M. C. Dodge and family, of Ashland, are
ttance, and in some much more:
Adam Ruhl returned from California I tent that reading matter is much scarcer
I than usual.
1 The " Tidings” says that the Ashland 1 the manufacture of the Universal combi- visiting East Portland.
Toledo Weekly Blade........................................$3 (KI
Bock precinct, March 3d,
Woolen Mills arc shipping wool from San
Rev. F. X, Blanchet will return from
to Mr. aud Mrs. J. G. Norton, a son.
Portland ladies all use Robertine, the i Jacksonville is livelier than it has been
Las received a number of orders for tins Crescent city this week
I Detroit Free Press ........................................
HERRIN-In Ashland. March 30th, to Mr. and
¡first-class fencing, which has given satis-
New York Star
i people were in town last Saturday and can buy there ami ship the wool at less
F Roper and wife of Ashland have gone
Mrs. Ü. (' Herrin. u daughter.
' faction where tried. It would be a paying
New York World.............................................
Bud Lacy of Naylor’s station was in
cost than they can buy it here
San Francisco Examiner...............................
Mis. J. Solomon will start for San Fran
Through the efforts ot nur enterprising I chine.
M~. Basye, son of W. II
Busye of Ap
A vast number of fruit trees have been
cisco one day ntxt week.
plegate. who has been traveling on the Pa citizen, J. Nunan, the wholesale merchants
residence in Jacksonville,
1*. B AliliL PEAK, tliu beat lute ;shipping varietv.
Farmers and citizens generally are warn-
On planted this season
Mrs. C. C Beekman is visiting relatives
April Oth. of membraneous croup. Evu Maud,
cific coast fo r the past few years, returned of San Francisco subscribed the sum of
1 ed to look out for a man calling himself
ML Ili PEACII, (freestone) still hea<l> the list.
Mr. and Mrs. Fruiik
Globe Democrat................... ..........................
i a short time since.
I ?dose, who is traveling around the country
On Sam's valley school.
KAN AD AY’S CLIN (4. the eanner’s pride.
which will prove quite a help.
Assessor Childers was at the county-seat
Nearly all the attorneys of Jacksonville
Han Fruncisco Call........................................
swindling farmers by making them agents
KELSEY S JAPAN PLUM, has no peer.
Frank Leslie's illustrated paper..................
Nature’s remedy is what they say of I will go to Grant'« Puss next week to attend
Newell Hull, who now’ rcsidesin Meadows
for a double duplex hay-fork and securing
OregoL Kidney Tea.
ROBE de SARGENT PRUNE, never before <>ftt
the April term of the circuit court for Jose- precinct, was ifi town one day last week. their signatures, which is transferred ton
N. A. Young and J J. Fryer of Eagle
He has sold his homestead improvements
‘ h dried stutc, forms the (‘tjlcbrutod p
It is this which, in
negotiable note for ten times value re Point made us a call this week.
Budget ................................................. .
to J. Cornish of Medlord precinct, who
agent, is in the valley
The county commissioners* court was in
will engage in stock-raising.
There will be some building done in Ash ■ session this week, but transacted no great
’VestShore, Portland, Or................................ ...fl on
BERKELEY GOOSEBERRY, the mo.-t protitnl.1V
On Wednesday morning of last week Mrs. i I made our town a visit last Saturday.
The largest and best stock ol’ mortgages,
Century. Scribner'c.......................................... ... « no land the coming season.
amount of business besides uuditinga large
John May of Ashland met with an acci I Miss Jennie* Moore of this place is ti ach-
Demorest’s Magazine................................... ... 4 no
Languedoc, King’s, Soft Shell mu! Paper Shell
Godey’s Lady Book..................................... ... 4 00
Prof. Grenager is teaching a singing number of bills.
dent which threatened serious results fur a [ ing school in the Sam’s valley district.
ble description, south of Salem, is kept
. . 5 00 school in Sam’s valley.
lime. At breakfast she was eating beef
C. C. Parker Informs us that Panter A
... 5 50
Major Glenn returned to Oakland, Cal.,
imes office am!
STOCK AND VARIETY SHADE AND ORNAMI
steak, and a sharp bone fastened itself in this week, after u short visit in our midst.
A. Ustick has opened a hardware store in ( Wright are putting up an excellent saw will be sold at Portland prices.
Harper's Young People...............................
her throat, causing much pain and almost
Peterson « Magazine................................... .. 4 on
Evergreens, Shrubs, Roses, CleniHtis and Flowerln-d
Merry Kubii and Orlando Rose of Ap
George Stephenson and A. J. Allen, rep choking her before relief was obtained by
. 3 00
the aid of a physician.
John Hull of Table Rock precinct was in run before long.
Fruits, Grape Vines, Etc., Etc.
plegate made our town a visit last Wednes
Other publications will be furnished al
at a re-
resenting the S. P R. R. Co , wire in Jack
Jesse F. Simpson’s youngest daughter
duced price when ordered with the T imer .
The sale of lots at Montague has been day.
sonville Wednesday and bought -everal
Old and new subscribers paying one year in ad
tar- Bstorv pux luwing «Im,whore, piutitw iutendin« lu ulna tree will li.ie
An ex I T. J. Clopion, the clever Brownsboro
vance from date f.»r the T ime « will receive in ad
J. W. Crowley of Antelope creek made last Friday broke a small bona in one of head of horses, though not nearly all postponed to •’‘atunlay, April 23d
come end »ee our .lock nn.t leern our price». Catelo-uee MU:led itret:« uponta
her legs in jumping oft the porch in front
dition either the New York Star, the Han Fran Jacksonville a visit last week
AiMreae all oommunmetion. to
cursion train will leave San Francisco for merchant, was in .Jacksonville on Satur
cisco Examiner. St. Paul Pioneer Press. St. Louis
of their residence.
HAMMON BROS., I’x,
Moetiysueun Friday. Apiil 22>*. and return day.
Republican or Detroit Free Preea. six months
Pay your arrearages at the T imes office
MomTay mornin’r. comprising sleeping and
free, or the Farm and Fireside one year fr»«e.
A few copies of the American Settler’s i
Andrew Cantrull of Applegate, one of ,
and get one of our premiums.
of feed for horses may still be found at the dining cars The fare lor the round trip,
• -u-, ■'»nrille,
I Mr. Holt of Humbug, Applegate precinct, Guide standard authority on land ques Excelsior livery stable; also tirst-clas« turn including sleeper, will be $13 and many onr principul stock-raisers, called on us 1
tions, can be obtained by calling at the
outs for every occasion. Ply male never will no doubt take advantage of it.
1 • Raid us a visit one day recently.
T ime « office soon.
Walter Jackson was here last week inter
The blasting now going on at Bailey hili
rrespondence from every por
The wife, mother and maid who sutler
One of Thompson & Stephenson’s four-
The Rogue Rivet Distillery made during is continuous, both day and night, and a viewing II. Roaenfeld A Cu.’a numerous
tion of the First J uuk * district.
The importance of purifying the blood can
horse teams which were conveying the
deep cut will be made there instead of run-
not be overestimated, for without pure blood
Messrs. Bishop and Edsall ol *
ore- Aromatic Wine a positive cure. For sale the month ot March 22(10gallons of whisky. ning a tunnel. That the S 1‘. R R. Co.
Stuttz troupe to Yreka last Wednesday
W. J. W’allis, formerly of Yreka, Cal., is
cannot enjoy good health.
iii ti.’ ’»nig Store.
morning b'Came fractious and indulged in cinct were in town on Wednesday
At this season nearly every one needs a
until the 11th of next month, when he will understands its business is again thorough chief operator for the Postal Telegraph Co.
what at first pr miised to be a serious run
good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich
A number of liupio:
have been have in bond about 22.000 gallons.
distinctly heard at Ashland and resembles at Portland.
the blood, and we ask you to try Hood's
away. While on the summit of the Siski moved from Butte creek to Talent.
made in the Jacksonville cemeivij tb’s
Mrs O. Coolidge and daughter of Ash
The parties buying horses for the lail- th? cannonading of opposing armies
Damliar Sarsaparilla. It strengthens
you mountains one of the wheel-horses
Seed potatoes, onions, beans, garden season, and it presents a handsomer ap
| road coiiipu • h »ught over 70 head in the ' The business of »hr Jacksonville Marble
■ “vUllai and builds up the system,
commenced kicking and jumping, which seeds, etc., at the 8. F Variety Store *
pearance than ever.
¡valley. This is more < •’ ’
that there Works will continue right a! *ng under the
creates an appetite, and tones the digestion,
caused the others to act badly also, and
The Postal Telegraph Co. will not build will be no interruption in the operatic.'« - t? ' management of the assignee, A. H. Mu gl.v.
Salmon have begun to immigrate to the
while it eradicates disease. The peculiar
Mrs A . J. Mundy ol lorthiEil, neeMiss
they started down the mountain at a rapid headwaters of the mountain streams.
a branch line to this place at present, and join California to Oregon by railroad.
combination, proportion, and preparation
Anyf>uu?- ’ •••••inga tombstone, monument, Ella Taylor, is visiting her relatives in
rate. They were fortunately stopped be
of the vegetable remedies used give to
Read the testimonials given to Robertine,
Judge Day, our real-estate agent and | «time coping, etc., tn; ‘:,‘d it totheir ad Eden precinct.
fore going very far.but not until the party,
B<M»rFS mid SHO1CF
Hood’s Sarsaparilla pecul-
business wifi continue.
vantage to call soon, as prick s
the ladies’ favorite, published elsewhere.
curative powers. No ■
including the driver, were thrown out, and
Circuit court will re-open here on April made an extensive abstract of title to prop- j reduced considerably. First-class inecmu.
the wagon and harness considerably dam
25th, when Judge Webster will render a erty in Ashland. He is reliable and tlior- I worked turned out Satisfaction guaran
cures. If you have made up your mind to
nof long sinee.
aged. One of the ladies had a collar Rock precinct were in town Wednesday.
number of decisions and pass upon sever ouglily understands his business besides,
buy Hood’s Sarsaparilla do not be induced to
I.'. B. liunsakei and family 01
Glen Smith left for San Francisco lust
bone broken and another received an ugly
al motions, demurrers, etc.
W. G. Kenney and C. 1). Cardwell have who have1 been visiting Lane county, are I take any other instead. It is a Peculiar
E. Jacobs desires to close out business in
gash in her forehead, while the balance of Wednesday evening, to join hi« mother.
Medicine, and is worthy your confidence.
John W. Cabler, who has been in Klam Jacksonville at the earliest possible mo become the proprietors of the Union livery expected home soon
■Ve Carry in Stock
the occupants of the wagon were more or
Jacob Watz furnished this market with
Hood’s Sarsaparilla 1" sold by all druggists.
less bruis“d. Fortunately none were dan
an excellent quality of apples this week.
Prof. M. J. I ..ger of Ashland, the well-
Prepared by 0.1. Hood & (Ju., Lowell, Mass.
again in the valley, but wili return and en prices to 20 per cent, below cost. He means the most acceptable manner They will
gerously injured, though it was a narrow
known teacher in book-keeping, made us a
D. H. Whetstone is canvassing fur the
IOO Doses One Dollar
business and also otters his fixtures for furnish the best i*nd safest teams and short call last Tuesday.
escape. The company is still stopping at Snow washing-machine, a new invention. gage in the pump business.
most comfortable vehicles for every oc
D. R and E V Mills have fitted up the , sale.
a house in the vicinity of the accident, but
casion at the most reasonable rates, and
Mrs. G. 11. Stewart has returned from a
M Baum has returned to San Francisco, north half of McCall’s building in Ashland 1
will soon be able to proceed.
H C. Dollarhide this week made appli will leave nothing undone to please the visit to Ashland and will soon leave for her
public. Read their advertisement else
1» John Orth’s team run away last Friday after a short business visit to this section. in handsome style and are now displaying cation to the county commission«!s’ court where and give them a call
home in Vancouver, W. T.
Four thousand pounds ot potatoes cheap , a large stock of new goods.
to put in another gate on his toll-road over
afternoon, throwing the occupants, John
Judge DePeatl and Commissioners Hay-1
A panorama exhibition, enlivened by the Siskiyou mountuin. as the one now in
Schumpf and old Jake, to the ground with for cash at the S F. Variety Store. Call
mond and Carlton were at the county-seat
Notice to Tax-Payers.
music furnished by two small boys, took use does not afford sufficient protection to and coroners, in all parts of the- Union,
great violence. The former had his shoul soon.
deaths have resulted from the use of cough this week on official business»
der dislocated and a rib broken, whUe the
Fresh bananas, oranges, lemons, figs and place at the U. 8. Hall last night, but was him.
he county com . uissionei «' couht
svrups, containing morphia, opium and
Misses Lena, < laia and Maud Cameron
having extended the time for the payment of
latter was badly hurt internally. '1 he team other tropical fruits at the 8. F Variety not extensively patronized
J.C. Whipp. our scientific marble-work- other poisons. In this connection, Dr
taxes until .May 1,1887 all persons interested are
ran against a fence near the school-house Store.
Now is the time to have your horse and , j er, has received the contract for putting up Samuel Cox of W ishington. after careful
UVU..VU uini niivn
her , ,y j .?
uch taxes that
a'l ilyses, endorses Red Star Cough Cure as
paid at. that time will be returned delinquent aud
and stopped without doing much damage
Messrs. Hays and Reynolds left Big > jack bills and advertisements printed. The j I an elegant monument to mark tin- last being purely vegetable, and absolutely free
W. II. Parker, county clerk, has feturn- us I will be compelled to enforce the law govern*
to themselves or the wagon,
i Butte precinct this week for the railroad T imes lias a large assortment of electro resting-place of Mi . J. Toepper. which from opiates, poisons and 11 ir-- «tics. Price,
i ed Hom a trip to the \\ illanietle valicy, l ingjhe collection of taxes.
types suitable for such work.
will also be enclosed by a handsome stone t wenty-tive cents.
and is as busily at work as ever
Sheriff and Tax-collector of Jackson Co., Or.
Trout may now be caught with impunity coping
One of the largest uml best d’-aft horses
A quantity of fresh, clean millet seed
Elder M. Peterson will preach at Gold
Jacksonville, April 7, 1887.
A number of the leading officials of the we have ever seen is ‘ Young Clyde,” own
Those caught out of sea
can be found at the 8. F. Variety Store and a fish hook
Hill next Bunday, at the usual hour.
son, as many have been, had as delicious Southern Pacific R. R Co. are at present ed by Jas F. Davis of Willow Springs pre England, was this week admitted to citi
Rev. A. C. Howlett preaches at the Ea Jacksonville.
in Oregon, looking, no doubt, to the ar cinct The horse was on exhibition in zenship in Judge DePeatt’s court.
Notice of Final Settlement.
A number of parties have left this sec a taste as the legitimate ones.
gle Point school-house on Sunday evening,
Mrs. J. F. Fink of Portland is expected In the County Court of the Slate of Oregon, for WATERPROOF, GINGHAMS. PRIN'l
Mr. A. Higgins of Wyoming. N. Y.. says rangement of the affairs of the O. A C. R. town during the week and is highly
at 7:30 P. m
tion for the railroad front, which is not far
be had the piles for nearly 40 years, and R., when it shall pass fully into their thengbt of by all who saw him. He is to arrive here next week, and will spend
Key. F. X. Blanchet will hold high mass oft' at present.
In the matter of the estate of M. Colwell, de
well bred and proportioned. 01 a handsome sometime with relatives and friends.
special line of Ladies’ All-We >1 Scarlet and Merino Underwear. Lud
sorrel color, and his motion is graceful for
How soon will railroad work begin this was cured by using Gilmore’s Pile Specific.
at the Catholic church in this place on
Wool Howe. New Good«.
Mr. Huesner, manager of the Postal so large a horse. Excellent testimonials,
1» B Beekman ol Jacksonville, who has WTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
F«dl and Winter buyer« will find price« greatly reduced and our stock in k
side of the Siskiyous? is the interesting For sale at City Drug Store
The county commissioners’ court has ex- | I Telegraph company for this division, was given by reliable citizens, will ba found in been attending Harvard college, has ceas ceased. have filed in the oonnty court of Jackson niand of our coimtantly* augmenting trade. We are continually addingnometbin.'
Rev W. P. Williams will preach at the question here.
the advertisement elsewhere
county, Or., then* final account us such execu large MMonment and offer you atet.dard goods at a legitimate profit. As usual, wc
ed his studies there and entered Ya'e.
tended the lime for paying taxes until the I | in Jacksonville during the past week, for
tors, and by order of said court Tuesday, the 3d will afford for produce, such a« butter, eggs, etc.
Dr. R. Butler, Master of Arts, Cambridge
Methodist church in this place next Sun -
A street fakir, with bogus jewelry and
VV It. Andrews returned from Salem day of Muy, 1887, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M .,
1st of May, when all remaining unpaid | the purpose of making arrangements for
University, England, says: “St. Jacobs Oil
day, morning and evening.
establishing an office here. Il will be not brass watches without works, stole in up yeste day, where he has been attending to is set for hearing. All persons intervsitd are
hereby notified to appear and file his or her ob
on the people of Jacksonville 011 Thursday several cases before the supreme court.
j done at once.
Liberal Sunday-school and Bible class acts like magic.”
jections to said account on or before said day.
Next Sunday is Easter, the last day of j
Mrs. C. Iunker of Yreka, Cal., who has
Published by order of Hon. E. DePeatt, fudge
meets every Sunday a* 11 o’clock a . m . at
of last week, and found a bountiful crop
J. A. WILSON,
been quite unwell for sometime, is mow Lent. Owing to the absence of Rev. F X. 1 flouring mill at this place has been sent to of “suckers” ready to swa'low his tawdry San Francisco, where he laid in a large of said court.
the U M. L. Hall, Talent.
Blanchet there will be no services at the
bait. It was wonderful to see persons who and first-class stock of goods for this mar
Ex «eutors of said Estate.
Rev. F. Bonn, pastor of the German M.
Catholic church until that day
Dated April 8, 1887.
were supposed to possess a reasonable
Summer hats and gent’s furnishing goods
will be resumed next week. Mr. G. has a amount of common sense donate their ket
PvtlssJ, held services in
We pay no attention whatever to anony
(.'has. Kohn, of the firm of C Kohn &
this place last Sunday in the German lan of the latest and most elegant styles at the
large quantity of superior flour on hand, money to this unparalleled fraud. After
mous communications. All correspond
8. F. Variety Store.
he had relieved them of about $100 h« Co., leading liquor dealers of Portland, was Noticaof Final Settlement.
ence must have the real pame of the writer however.
quickly dfove away to avert the wrath of in the valley this week ami took a number
D. W. Cryder of Sam’s valley, accom appended for our information.
The citizens of this valley would notyon- his Tfctims when they returned to their of orders.
In the County Court of the Shite of Oregon for
panied by his son and family, were in town
ly welcome but liberally patronize a Sun senses.
Mrs Jacoby, a sister of Postmaster Mul In the matter of the estate of John Stought,
Two ladies of this place have been solic
There has been considerable wind dur
one day this week .
CENTRAL POINT POINTERS.
ler of thi? place and mother of Jacoby
iting subscriptions to a fund with which to
ing the ween and every appearance of rain,
OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
WILL, CURE ‘Diarrhoea and Dysentery.
The sowing of small grain is almost at but very little has fallen as yet, though it it has not been put on is a mystery not ex
Bros, of Gold Hill, will arrive here in a
bring water into the Jacksonville cemetery
Administratrix of the estate of John St ought,
Building continues unabated.
WILL CURE “
the county court of Jack-
Pimples on the face, aud Freckles.
from Walker creek, and succeeded admi
would prove generally beneficial.
county. Or., her final account as such admin
dencies of the managers.
J. A. Larsen has opened a branch tailor son
(' Magruder, our leading merchant, was
WILL CURE Old Sores and Ulcers.
rably. One hundred and fifty dollars have ing are being made.
istratrix, and by order of said court Tuesday, the
The county commissioners this week
The party given bv the young ladies of in Jacksonville Wednesday.
J B. Faith has sold his stallion toll. W.
WILL CURE Wind in the Stomach.
already been subscribed, and it is believed
granted liquor licences to J. B. Riddle and
A. M., is set for hearing. All persons interested
that this sum will be Considerably aug Hoagland, who has taken him to his ranche E. J. Curtis, who will immediately open Eagle Point in compliment to Miss Sallie ' A social party will take place at Alpine while Mr. Hagglund is in charge of the are hereby notified to appear and file his or her ob
WILL CURE Headache and Nervous Depression.
Ixnvis (who leaves there soon) last Satur hail this
mented by further subscriptions, while the in Klamath county.
WILL CURE Scrofula.
saloons on the Siskiyou mountains.
Published by order of Hon. 1',. DePeatt, Judge
day evening was well attended and a good invited.
uf said c >urt.
board of trustees may also be relied upon
The greatest bargains in all kinds of mer
ville, will soon make a visit to his old home
WILL CURE Summer Complaints.
The City Drug Store will be in competent time was had by- all in attendance. About
Administratrix of sai 1 Estate.
to donate a neat sum. Should the pro chandise can be obtained by calling soon
Hutter has been surveying our in Indiana, which he has not seen for over
Dated April 6, 1887.
hands during Dr. Robinson’s absence, and 30 couples were present.
WILL CURE Rheumatism and Gout.
posed enterprise prove successful, and on Newman Fisher.
townsite for Magruder A Co. and did his thirty-two years.
a full stock of drugs, medicines, stationery,
WILL CURE Pains in the Bones and Joints,
there is every indication that it will, there
E J. Curtis and H. C. Dollarliide of the
Sam Jackson, of Shasta valley, Cal., pur etc., will constantly be kept on hand.
is no reason why our town should not have chased two fine Hereford bulls at $500 each
siderable property in and near San Diego.
WILL CURE all Skin Diseases.
Siskiyou mountain were in town Wednes
The railroad horse-buyers left about Cal., has recently sold fifty acres some dis
the handsomest cemetery in the State. It of L. Stacy last week.
day and report that section again assum
$8,000 behind them, which sum will come tance from the city for $250 an acre. A few hotel building has been finished and opera ing its wonted activity.
already has natural advantages which are
tions commenced on the frame work
The depot at Montague is nearly finished, very handy these hard times. It is evi
FOR SALK BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND CROOKS
years ago this land was considered hardly
Ed. llanley of Harney valley, who has
and everything will be fixed qp finely for the dent that it pays to raise good horses.
M. M Marks and wife, who have been
worth paying taxes upon.
excursionists before the 23d.
conducting a restaurant at Jacksonville, been in Portland in the capacity of a wit
idney liver regulator
The Oregon Blood Purifier is Nature’s
Russell it Davidson are etill running.
Between ten and fifteen thousand bush have removed to this place and opened ness in Judge Deadv’s court, is now paying
Charley Tice, who has been in Eastern own remedy, and should be used to the ex
relatives and friends here a visit.
with plenty of water.
Everyone’« duty is not to allow the liver, the
Oregon for the past few years, is paying clusion of all other medicines in all dis els of grain—mostly wheat—was shipped business in Carey’s hotel building.
G W. Merrill, the energetic purchasing stomach aud the kidneys, three great organs, to
from the warehouses at Central Point,
Mennis Ca’dwell has lots of water and relatives and friends a visit.
The directors of this school district have I agent who represents a number of large become cloggtd or torpid, and in time expel all
eases of the stomach, liver and kidneys.
Medford and Gold Hill to Portland during
impurities of the blood. The Oregon Blood
expects a good cleanup.
The property in Brownsboro sold at guar
Jack Frost has not done any damage as the week. This is the last shipment which rejected all bids submitted for building our firms in Portland, made us a call Wednes purifier, a purely vegetable compound, is The
new school-house and will probably have day. He has lately returned from San Remedy to cure all diseases of the kidneys and
Prickett, Shearer & Finney are engaged dian’s sale last Saturday by Mrs. V. Miller, yet, but our fruit-raisers are on the anx
will be made this season.
liver; also those caused by impure blood, as Bil
new plansand specifications drafted
was bid in by T. J. Clopton, at$80.
in piping and expect a good run.
ious seat and fear that he will again blast
| W. H. Wickham, the well known real-
Judge Mason and C C. Loftus of Lake ma. Scrofula, Eruptions of the Skin. Rheuma-
Willis Hays, the lively agricultural-ma
VV. M. Stanley of Butte creek has been their prospects for a good crop of fruit.
Baker <t Co. have their dam about com
county were in 1’orilan.l recently, l-ing tenfta
■ estate agent, has removed his office to the
appointed stock inspector for this county
pleted and will begin operations soon.
On last Saturday night and Sunday i ■ building on Mrs. Houck's lot, Ashland, chine agent, was at different points in
southern Oregon during the week
He is witnesses betore the U. 8. grand jury, weefe. $1 per bottle; fi bottles for $5.
morning there was a heavy frost, which ( whole he is ub.vay.-; ready
Ruch <t Winningham are cleaning up under the provisions of the new law.
which has been investigating the swamp- -------
also in the “hardware' business at pres land cases.
Two extra-fine, fresh milch cows, with nipped some of the fruit blossoms in most | orders in his line. Prompt
their mines on Brush creek, with good re-
tit the Old Stand of
young calves, will be sold at a bargain. For localities. Ice formed in many places.
Halleck Deming, formerly of Yreka.
I tention given to business.
Steve Oyster has returned after a consid particulars call on John Bellinger
C'ircMit Court Proceedlnys.
The government contracts, for which ; The contract for building the new piece
erable absence, and will resume work on
Business seems to be picking up in the bids were advertised in the T imes , were
The following business has taken place ing firm of Deming, Palmer & Co. of
of road on the hill south of town has been
San Francisco, passed through the valley
valley, much of which is now being done. let last Tuesday. Who the successful-bid-!
• let to R. 8. Dunlap, who has commenced in this court since the last report of the last weeken route to Portland.
John O’Brien is opening his ditch and Money continues scarce, however.
ders were has not been learned as yet.
work already and will execute a good job. T imes :
are being offered for bale at
<U C. Beekman, accompanied by his
will mine on the dump of the old Steam
For sale—a first-class Detroit safe, al
8. A. Morton vs James '1. Morton; suit
There have been frosts during the week, [ ■ His bid was $115; that of 8. R. Taylor, the
for a divorce. Argued and taken under daughter, returned home last Sunday
* * *
most new. Will be sold at a bargain. Ap which nipped some of the fruit blossoms. only other bidder, $117 50.
morning They have been absent from
ply to the T imes office for particulars.
The trees are too full yet and more than
John E. Ross, et al . vs. W T. Lever, et litre for several months past, most of which VVU.L maeethe season at the fakm
An Excellent Troupe.
Southern Oregon cattle are in demand in
al.; suit lor injunction. Referred to 11. time was spent in New York Btute.
of bis owner, the undersigned on Griffin
The Stuttz dramatic company gave two
The directors of Sterlingville school dis- half of what remain can still be spared.
the Portland market. Besides those being Kelly to take testimony and report the
creek, three miles east of Jacksonville, where be
performances in Jacksonville last week— trict desire to engage the services of a good
H C. Lohmann, one of t he Portland WIJ4Se«SX®.rL‘A’JT *.n th<? WH4‘k- excepting Bunday.
T J. Cress, the scientific painter, is kept shipped from Jackson county recently same to this court on the first day of next
SIR WALTER, J r . ih a large, powerful horse,
"Telegram” compositors, accompanied by
on Thursday’ and Friday evenings. Large school-teacher. Dr. Pearce informs us.
He is doing the best of work and many have been sent from Douglas county. term
of elemnt form and action «lx years old, hand-
i’hero will positively be no Reservations. The go»1
James Hamlin vs. Wm Eaton: to re
audiences greeted them each time—espec
_ _ black
J. R. West of Medford, accompanied by will do much of it this season, as many of D A. Levens shipped three carloads this cover money. Judgment bv default for T. C. Thompson, lately from Minnesota,,___
ha« already distinguished
have been in the valley during the week, | himself as a HireCf five* < oit^.
sold at once, even
ially on the first night, when over $200 Dr. Ballard, lately of Iowa, and Mr. Fike our citizens intend to improve their prenii- week and Jas. Chenoweth one.
and made us a friendly call Wednesday.
T kbmh u:
icap. *5; . for the season, $10; in-
were taken in at the door and at the 8. F. of Portland, made us a visit yesterday.
I durance, $15.
George E. Neuoer vs. A. S. Johnson; to
The latest from Pete Olsen i> a report
David It Jones of Luke county paid his ' Pasturage furnished mare.» at reasonable rates.
recover money. Judgment by default tor
Variety Store for tickets of admission. Two
Newman Fisher means business and is that he is down at Tehachipi in southern $111 37. and attached property ordered sold. relatives in this precinct a visit a few days ! Due care will be taken to prevent accidents,
Why will you suffer from ague and ma
excellent plays, “A Celebrated Case” and
will not bo responsible for anv
laria when Gilmoie's Aromatic Wine will slaughtering goods on every hand. He ; California. Other reports say he was late-
Rose 8. Robinson vs A. Wolgamott: to ago. lie was on his way home from Port- !
D. II. WHITE.
“Under Two Flags,” were presented, each
wants to close out as soon as possible and j , ly seen in Mendocino county, Probably foreclose mortgage. Judgment for $100.33 land, where he wes summoned to appear [ -
cure you ? For sale at City Drug Store.
being well performed. The cornet band of
everything must be sold, without regard to I i he travels in Prof. Melville’s balloon by
as a witness in some swamp-land cases.
There is little if any change in the San
Mary 8. Culp vs John M. Culp; divorce
eight pieces was a drawing card, its music
* 1 ' night, says the Yreka “Journal.”
Capt. Hcrbe’t F Beecher, son of the late | I | I
being equal to some of the leading bands Francisco and Portland markets, and for
The county hospital is being conducted
on the coast. The company was, in fact, i lack of space we omit our usual reports.
last Saturday, and 8upt. Priest granted j in the best manner by J. M. Lolland, who 1887, at niue o’clock.
valley last week, on his return to Washing- I
one of the very best that has ever visited I Spring t'ghts opened out beautifully here
them to the following persons: Mi«8 Alta , : lias the contract for keeping the indigent
1 ton territory
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this section, and merited the liberal pa j during the week. Two skirmishes are re-
'»y the fatal ».eknea, of hi»
Wade, T. E. Cailev, W. Is. Gore ami A.M. 1 paupers for two years
The inmates arc i The following e-ise. appealed from t|,ia I
j ported, but no one was hurt a great deal.
tronage extended to it.
well satisfied with their treatment, only judicial distrfet have been acted upon dur
, That enterprising fakir sold several
ing the pieaent week :
The iron bridge for Klamath river cross one of whom has died in seven months.
Kiippel, who has been quite sick for the
1 watch-chains in this city last week at $1
The following is a list of persons who re
State oFvrtffon.ex rel. T B. Kent, app.,
ing is expected to arrive next week from
Logan, the Ashland photographer, em-
' apiece, but none can be seen anywhere now.
past two years, is much improved,and that THE UNDESIGNED TAKE PLEASUUK IN '
ceived certificates at the teachers’ exami
the east, via the Southern Pacific route,and | I ploys the latest and most improved meth
there is every prospect ot her complete rt-I
nation, held at Ashland on March 25tli and | D. W. Cornish is furnishing the people of as soon as it arrives will be placed in po ods known to the art and leaves nothing son county. Motion to dismiss appeal storatinn to health Dr DeBar it th*.
cl,aW °f theee well iunxwn livery stable« «nd
. are fudy prepared to attend to «11 businMB in our
26tb, by Supt. Priest, assisted by Profs. Jacksonville with the purest and best of sition.
line with promptness mid dispatch and at the I
State of Ore on. resp., vs. Veit Schutz, lending pnvsician. ,_______
undone to give satisfaction. He takes any
most reasonable ratee.
app., appeal from Jackson county. Ar
Watt and Sweet: J. Oscar Holt, J. O. Al milk,and his patronage is steadily growing.
Downing A Pech are repairing the Big style of photographs and finishes them gued
Shortness of Breath.
len, Misses Dotia Russell, Julia Goodyear,
Mrs. J. Roten of Willow Springs, who Butte saw-mill and will make a number of beautifully, which is why bis work is so
J. C. Tulnian, el al., reaps, an I uppr.
DR. FLIN fSHEART REMEDY should
Ada Miller, Alice Sutton, Florence Reed, 1 has been quite ill, is improving under the improvements there, when they will be I popular.
vs. Cluiborn Neil, et al.; app al from Jack- be taken at once when slight exertion or a . The
... . are
furnished with the boat of (TOUIR
Minnie Preadmore, Henrietta Moore, Kate j treatment of Dr. Hinkle of Central Point. ready to furnish an excellent quality of j
son county. Argued and s’jbmitted
heavy meal produces shurtBess of breaih I and Ka«ld!e-hoix¥. and new and comfortable bug-
Claims for damages amounting to about
State of Oregon, ex rel ’!. B. Kent, app., or a pain in the region of tl.e heart
Vandyke, Stella Holt. Alice Farlow, Lora ■ Miss Minnie K DeWitt,well known here, lumber.
At all ■
$1800 have been asked by parties owning vs. Wm. M. Colvig, resp Argued and sub druggists, or address J. J. Mack A Co., tt! Horse« boarded, and the best of care beHtowed
Colton, Abbie Rhodes, Bert ba Colton, Kate i
. on them.
assistant in me
'limes may lie hard, but in Jacksonville Landon the line of the proposed road be mitted.
and 11 trout St., 8. F.
Chitwood. NeVfehrv-n. Whldie John.on I
<)n >|ie ja wd) ( Ualjfied
SmiHfnvtion guaranteed in every instance. Give
money is not so scarce but what her citi tween Medford and Jas. Bigham’s place,
us a trial and judge for yourselves.
S».sh, Doors. Etc.
Miss Julia Goodyear obtained the bestl^jj' ’
W G. KENNEY.
zens can spend $SOO patronizing a dramatic
I The Sugar Pin; Doer A Lumber Co. of
standing, and now has the best county cer
(’. D. CARD* ELL.
for Jackson d
i Don't forget our premium offers, tome troupe for two nights and donate $100 to a
Jacksonville, April 6,1887.
tiheate in force in this county.
are prepared co (i’l all orders for F encixo
and John Devlin to assess the same.
Catherine Boren vs. Charlee Bon
j m and subscribe. Two papers for the puce street fakir besides.
B oxino , F. l stk , F looring , C mli X g and
for a divorce
Cent of Thanhs
of one. Tell the good news to your neigli-
Send five cents in stamps t«j F. T. Mer
To Char.’e« Boren, the «iMive-imm
C. C. McClendon exhibit««! his tine stal F imshi 5 • L imber ; aho D oors , H ash .
TN THE NAME DE THE STATE|
E uitor T imes :—I take this hieans of I bors.
rill. 145 Fifth St . Portland. Or., for a copy lion on our streets one day last week, who B rackets , P ickets . M ouldinos and L aths
1 you are hereby required toapp<'
Leartily thanking the people who assisted : You can get the greatest bargains in gen- of the lG-pagr paper.'' The Oregon Cyclist,” was the recipient of much favorable com at prices to compete with any mill in south
entitled court and nnswer the •
ern Oregon. They make a specialty of
with the clerk of ««id court, one
uiy wife and 1 In our recent sickness. We ' ' eral
merchandise by calling on Newman and illustrated catalogues of leading Amer ment. ‘ Young Sampson. " as he is called, Pt5E F rfit Boxes of all kinds. Persons
day, the 2d day of May, 18-7. 01
hope they will live long and be prosiwrous. I pj9|lcr> The goods must go, even at a sac- ican-made bicycles.
be taken against you for wnnt of a
combines the strains of the "Gray Eagle,” requiring anything in their line can get
JACKSONVILLE. OOJT. you
prices and estimates on application to their
are notified that unless you at
We will not omit giving Dr. Sechrist of, rjfice.
If you want the best newspapers in the “Sir Henry’’ and "Morgan” blood, and is agent*.
plaint the plaintiff will apply to t>
Phoenix credit as a physician, and hope he
relief demanded therein, namely:
W ebb A Z immbrmax . Medford.
Anson Hough of Blackberry, Ills., says land, you can get the lowest possible sub one of the finest antmals in the State.
marriage vows ex
may have grand success in the profession I
C. W A yer «, Ashland.
aving received my goods direct ; you and the the
he owes his life to Gilmore’s Magnetic scription prices by taking advantage of
M. Liddle of Pbtenix took a dose of
ILL MAKE THE8EABONOF 1887 AH FOL.
from the East I am able to make the above i
he lias chosen
They will all be remem
an order <»f Hon.
Try it. For sale at City Drug
lows: Commencing at my stable in Willow
reduction. I keep a full line of the latest I
strychnine a few «lays ago,but it took no ef
Renetcs Her Tenth.
Judge of the above entitled cour
bered by us in the future
| Springs precinct April let. where he will remain
Don’t delay too long.
fect. He actnosrledge* that he took it
M r . and M rs . W m . Riser e .
east <»f jarksnDville, whore he will be for two
A nice shower of rain fell Wednesday, with suicidal intent, expressing a desire to j Iowa, tells the following remarkable story,
Base and rubbei balls, marbles of all
CLOTHS, TRIMMINGS, STC.,
1 days: thence to Medford, at E. Warman's liv.
kinds, harmonicas, dolls, toys. etc., con which was quite beneficial to crops and be out of the world. Mr. Liddle was for a 1 residents of the town : “I am 73 years old,
ery stable, where he will remain two day«; thence
toC. H. Pickens’ place in Table Rock precinct, which 1 am prepared to manafactnre into
More was promised yes long time one of our best citizens, and has I have !>een troubled with kidney coinnlaint
Prof. C. \V. Perkins and wife, authors of stantly kept on hand at the 8 F. Variety everything else
where he will be for two daya, returning to each clothing of the moet popular mode«
KF* All work guarnnteed to fit Give me a
terday, but as the T imer went to press the the sympathy of all in his misfortune.
the California method of teaching music, Store.
and lameness for manv years; could not
■*tand every ninth day.
D ehcbiption « nd P kdiobee .- Young C lyde is call and see for you reel th « before you purchue
arrived in Jacksonville Thursday morn
For the lenten season, at Nunan’s. storm was still brewing.
I visited St. Helena for change of cli- from all pain and soreness, and ain able|to
, a large, well-pt«portioned horse and weighs about el Rf; where.
Pant« made for W 00 «nd upward«.
ing. Prof Perkins comes highly recom canned oysters, salmon. Holland herring,
1.801» pounds He was sired by 8. G. Heed’s cele
We learn that the appointment of clerk mate.bat found it too hot. Then I went to do all my own housework. I owe my
J. A LARSEN.
brated < lydeedale stall ki . the »«est draft horse
mended by prominent people of Ban Fran mackerel, boneless codfish, tongues and of the railroad commission was tendered to Hayward s and it was too dull. At Berke- thanks t» Electric Bitters for having re
Next door to A. G. ('livin’».
«▼er brought to Oregon. His dam was a thor
cisco and educators throughout the Mtite sounds.
oughbred <'opporbottom mare, imported from
Judge Hi.nna. who declined to accept it, ey the students annoyed me with their newed my j’outh. and removed completely
ail disease and pain.” Try a bottle, only
Kentucky, and one of the be«i ever in the State.
of California They will give a free enter
It was too foggy in San 30e at drug stores
John May will engage in th« manufac Pev. J. R. N Ifell was then offered it, and hoodlutnisiu
As tnhis breeding qualities I will refer you to Town Property For Sale !1
tainment soon. Reau small bills for par ture of "oda. sarsaparilla, etc., at Ashland, teas ombably accepted.
R. V. Beall. John Field, J. W. Smith. I. W Tbom-
Francisco and too bleak at Santa Cruz.
ea. A J batoy Jas Wooley J. N. Tryloe. OWE HEIRS OF JAMIN .'LUGO AG It DE-
ticulars. Turn out and give these popular having purchased J. L. Pennington s ap
An Abselttfe Cure.
Robe 1 Potter, A. W. Cfomer.». Manon Wood. J ceaneri, offer forwJ* their property eitualed
Robertine. the great coanietic, is pure
The Original Abietine Ointment is only
teachers a hearty reception.
Andy Potter. T E. Nichols Thus. ( havner, J. E. within the'•orporationof Jacksonville, navite left |
and elegant and not in the least injurious easy and unsettle«!. A friend suggested
Smith. F. M. PI yin ale and a number of others. It the diapoeal or the wm? in the hand« of the un- >
that this state of unrest might possibly be' put np in large two-onnee tin boxes, and is
is not necemery to make a big blow, as the horse deraigned
F its ; AB fit« stopped free by Dr. Kline s to the skin. It has received the highest o«*cA8ioned by biliousness or a «iiaordered ' an absolute enre for old sores, burns,
shows for himself.
All parti«« in poemiMiot. of any of the property |
During the next thirty days Dr. Aiken Great Nerve Restorer. No fits after first testimonials from «ucji well-known per stomach, and advised a trial of Frese’s wounds, chapped hands, an t all skin
T bbms - Season. $7X1). peyabla at the end the»e- owned by JameeCiagarageatthetimeof his cb-ath ,
Hamburg Tea. giving me a package as a eruptions. Will positively cure all kinds
of: in'-nranre. $10. due when mare is known to are notified o call at once aud make arrange-1
will dispose of his entire household I fumi day’s use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and sons as Jeannie Winston, the popular op present.
be with f«eJ, or when disposed of.
Since then! use it occasionally, of piles Ask for the Original Abietine
mentn for payment of rente, etc., if they deeire to I DIR HI NO TA( : ALE-dOl NTKD
J. J. MACK *• OO-,
tore at private sale. ThA««
ne bar- $2 trial bottle free to fit cases. Send to Dr. era singer. It« sale is as marvelous as its and was never better in my life. I advise Ointment. Sold by all druggists at 25 cte.
a«marañaand mlM-rilk lines,
<» pwwrn« aKidMt.. longer retain poweession of th* «am*.
hm nn n-p.m-lhil.tr mmunnf 4~ild ur ..rar
qualities are unequal««!.
karter». artificial fir hooks, «nell I
all to try it.
gains will do well to call aud
H. K. HANNA.
per box —by mail 1») cents.
Kline. Ml Arch St.
etc. of all nummi . at
JM. t. DAVI8.
Jacksonvi 11«. Oct. 1 188$.
ihe Urmocratir Firnes.
This is good Friday.
HAMMON BROS.’ NURSERIES
PHCENIX, OREGON, and OAKLA
speciai / hus
mins, mines ¡mu A|mis on flyrowian
J. NUN AN?
California Street, Jacksonville,
GROCERIES, TOBACCO, ETC
SILK VELVETS AND VELVETEENS IN
NEW THIS WEEK
ALL WOOL FRENCH CASHR1
o ° * ’
, ’ • ¿j:'
TRICOT CLOTH IN COLOM
AMERICAN CASHMERE, DOUBLE
SILK ANO WOOL ALAPACAS,
ALL THE REMAINING COI
The Fine Trotting Stallion,
A. G. COLVIN, J ACKS ON VILE
SIR WALTER, Jr.,
ACTUAL COST PRIC
HARDWARE, STOVES and 1
PAINTS and OILS.
WAGONS, PLOWS, IMPLI
FATAL. THE FINE DRAFT HORSE,
10 PER CENT. REDUCTION I
J. A. LARSEN,