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Pref. Perkins and wife, having secured • FlT»: All tils stopped free by Dr. Kline*
a large < lass to Instruct in vocal music, Great Nerve Restorer. No fits after flrat
Wyi. Bybee is in Josephine county on
will remain in this section for awhile.
Thu best and cheapest mining blanks for MUOKK -HOLT At the reaidenneuf the bride's
day'» use. Marvelous cures. Trcutise and I
parent« ou Wagner creek. April ll)»h. by Hev
Oregon Kidney Tea.
»ale al the T ime * office.
D. W. Crosby, 8. Rosenthal and others i $2 trial bottle free to fit cases. Send to Dr.
J. V. Milligan, VV. tí Moore and Miss Mary 8-
ITATI! OFFICIAL PRIM.
I Kline, 931 Arch St
Hotel de Dean is empty.
r.f Medford were in town W< dnesday, to at
A fresh supply of the Amorican Mining
-BUBN8- lu »late creek prcc aot.
I Send five cents in stamps to F. T. Mer- town Tuesdny.
Drummers continue plentiful.
tend the funeral of the late M. Mensor.
code, standard authority on the subject, BTHOMi
10th, oy Rev J. D. Coleman, Frank
APRIL 15. 1887
[ rill, 145 Fifth St., Portland, Ur., fur a copy
Strong and Mis» Sarah Burn«.
John Mooney ;•> H Josephine l >iinty oil lor sale at the T imes office.
Read the new advertisement».
Gilmore's Neuralgia Cure is a positive
Another cleanup was made at Wiu.
cure for neuralgia in the face, side and | of the 16 page paper."The Oregon Cyclist,” mining burines*.
Remember tbe 12th of May oail.
boi . v .
i and illustrated catalogues of leading Amer
OUR CLUBBING RÁTIH WITH OTÜ-
W. W. Cardwell was itt Ashlan I several Bybee's claim near Waldo recently which
For sale at City Drug Store
precinct. March 25th, to
Senator Mitchell writes that the estab
Unparalleled bargains at N. Fisher’s.
Mr. and Mrs E. W. IIa;unu>u. a daughter.
If you want the best newspapers in the
R. T. Lawton of Medford has been at
The rains of the |>ast ten days have in
Partiae pay id g for the T imes in advance at oar
lishment of a mail route lietw^n Wood-
April 10th, to Mr. Our Stock this season C snuot be Exoblled on tl
Millet seed at the 8. F. Variety Store.
reduced cash rates will be furnished any of the
creased the water supply considerably,
.’ ville and Spikenard |>ostoffice is probable. I land, you can get the lowest possible sub Portland on business.
and Mrs Wm. Knox,» son.
following named publication» in connection with
April 2d. to
<ÎUMl,.,ï,.S}ri£‘iSh 8i“ uf Tr,M* H—1th »rd Vicorol Mui
this paper at tue prices given below. It will be
M. Mansfield, lately of Talent, is now a
Men's seersucker coats and vests, very
Mr. und Mrs. W. R. Walker, a sun.
noticed that there is a reduction of at least 5
T imes ’ magnificent clubbing offer. resident of Grant's Pass.
Brown Bros., who are engaged in mining STRONG-In Murphy precinct, April 10th, to
Old paper» at the I imz » office very cheap neat for summer wear; price $1.75. Red | the
per cent, on publishers' customary rates in ever
Don't delay too lung.
instance, and in some much mor« :
Mr. and Mr». Lewis Strong, a son
Geo. M. Bolt and W. York of Apple in Wm. Bybee'» claim on Rogue river, have
Horse and Jack bill» printed at the T imes House, Sacramento, Cal Catalogues free.
Men'» cotton cassimere sack suits, worst, gate were in town recently.
dune good work this season and will prob CO' »PER—On Applegate, April 8th, to Mr. and
Toledo Weekly Blade........
I Jake Meyer, who was thrown from John
♦1 (JO office.
Henry Cooper, a eon.
Harp* r's Weekly................
C. W. Cornelius of Gold Hill was in Jack ably make a good cleanup
. fi a» 1 J. H. Httller. Jr., went to Grant’s Pass Orth's butcher wagon a short time since, cut aud finish; no better values in the
Wm. Coker of the California Mining Co.
i»etroit Free Press.............
is not Improving and is in a critical condi
sonville during the week.
S (JO on Tuesday.
market. Price $5. Red House, Sacramen
N»w York Star .............................................
I has returned to Kerby vilte and work will
New York World...........................................
Thos Chavner of the Dardanelles was
L. A. He bar lie has returned from Jose tion.
Ban Fraocirco Examiner......................... ..Ito
Don't forget our premium offers. Come
at Grant’s Pass this» week.
Portland Oregonian..................................... ... <00 phine county.
Borne one attempted to enter the resi
i Sucker creek and Illinois river.
in and subscribe. Two papers for the price
... 5 7'1
Bacon and lard in quantities to suit at
Col. Gage was at Medford this week, lie
dence of the late M Mensor on Munday
. S 00
Mr. Sterling of Polk county, a resident of
of one. Tell the good news to your neigh
I . -BA.RIO PEAR, tbe best late .shipping variety.
.... 8 ai A. H. Maegly’s.
night, and had so far succeeded as to cut a is now a resident of California.
I southern Oregon in pioneer days, is in the
A and reliable Medici lieu are the beet
a pane of glass out of the window sash be
Ml IR 1 EACH, (freestone) etill beads tbe list.
Grass good every where and stock of all
w\% to depend upon. Acker’s Blood El
Judge DePeatt of Ashland paid the | vicinity of Ruiue river, searching for what
. fi iO
Peculiar in medicinal merit and wonder fore being frightened away.
Philadelphia Time«...................... ..........
» 00 kinds doing well.
ixir has been prescribed for years for all im
county-seat a flying visit Tuesday.
KANADAY’8 CLING, tbe vanner’s pride.
is popularly Known as the Boulder ledge.
ful cures y<jod*8 Sarsaparilla. Now is
purities of the Blood. In every form of ScroL
Leslie's illustrated paper.............
The largest and best stock of mortgages,
rHck»onville has u singing school with the time to take it. for it will do the most
Rev. K. Haskell, lately of Gold Hill, is
KELSEY S JAPAN PLUM, ha. no peer.
Some excitement exists in the Briggs’ r. :s, Fyphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it is
deeds and legal blanks of every imagina now a resident of Josephine county.
creek mining district, Josephine county, a invaluable. For Rheumatism, has no equaL
... 4 5(¡ about fifty pupils.
11OBE in: SARGENT PRUNE, uever before offered i
Popular Monthly............... ... 5 (IO ' Nature's remedy is what they say of
ble description, south of Salem, is kepi
Henry Knutzen has entered the employ large portion of which has been taken up Hold at Ci tv l»i
It is tins w hieh, in n dried stutc, forniH the celehmtod prune,
Budget .............................. ...4 .15 I
You can get the greatest bargains in gen constantly on hand at the T imes office and
Good prospects have oeen struck.
Pleasant Hours................ . 4 00 I
of Senator Miller of Josephine county.
eral merchandise by calling on Newman will be sold ut Portland price».
Tbe late rains have been of great benefit Fisher. The goods must go, even at a sac-
WeetBhore. Portland, Or .... .................. ...91 00
Col Curry of Ashland went down tu
John Chambers and Miller Maury, who
.BERKELEY OOOSEBERRY , the tnopt protitublc of t
Century, Scribner's...................................... ... Ö (10 to the growing crops
A number of tnnups were i i town this Grant’s Pass tins week and spent a 'lay.
have been mining on Ixmse creek. Jose
. . 4 (10
C. 8. Sergent of Linkville was in the val-1 [ Base and rubber balls, marbles of all week, making themselves a little too fresh
Godey's Lady Book
Liinguciloe, King’s, Soft Shell nn<l Paper Shell Ainu
Postal Inspector T. G. Renmes, went to
in consequence of which one of them was
. 5 (U
Harper’s Monthly ..........
kinds, harmonicas, dolls, toys, etc., eon- rattier severely dealt with by a citizen ot Portland on Monday evening on business. since. They have since sold out at a fair
... 5 50 ! ley last week on business.
American Ag. icultunst .............
STOCK AND VARIETY SHADE AND ORNAMENTl
8 50 ! Chas. Thurman of Little Applegate was j stantly kept on hand at the 8 F. Variety
Thos. Martin and others from Sain's
Harper's Young People
this place, so we are informed
I w ;
! | Stere.
. . 4 (10 1 in town one day this week.
J. S Howard of Medford Ims been on
Plenty of superior grain hay uml the best
Evergreens, Shrubs, Roses, Clematis and Flowering Phi
3 8 uu
John Campbiin, who sold his place near
We regret to state that Mrs. M. Hanley of feed for horses may still be found at the
Publications will hie furnish tai ata re
Jake Wise of Myrtle Point, lately of Ash Grave creek,‘urveying for the Sait Lake'
Fruits, Grape Vines, Etc., Fite.
duced price when ordered with the T imes .
Mining Co , who. are about uppiying for
Woodville, has left Oregon.
Excelsior livery stable; also first-class turn
Old and new subscriber» paying one year in ad
patents to several quartz claims in that
iC B. ’..r • par. huing rlwwhnro, iwrtim mlendia« to plaat tr«. wUlHi.d it to I
vance from date for the T imes will receive in mi
The street fakir cleaned up about $2(M) on i writing, and hope to hear of her speedy re- outs for every occasion. Plymale never
C. C Ilaley, H. S Crocker
Co.’s alia section.
oar st.wk «nd ln.ni our primM. ('.t.loamo mailH.1 .r.t»Xpon kppli.'i
di tion either the New York Star, the ban Fran-
i cot ery.
Address all ..ommunicxtion. to
p »ppn. i
fails toplease, so give him a call.
ble representative, made us a call not long
ciaco Ezaminer. 8t. Paul PioD«er Press. St. L oujr his recent visit to Ashland.
H«P«bhoan or Detroit Free Press. MX months
HAMMON BROS.. Pbo'-.t.. Jaekla.1
Stacy A Moon have eight head of thor
Eggs are becoming scarcer and are now
The grand lodge ol the I (). O. F. will since.
tree, or the »arm and h ¡reside one year free.
pects on the mining ground he purchased
oughbred bulls at Ashland, being the bal meet in East Portland on the thi’d Tuesday
worth 12bj cents per dozen
TIMES PRINTING HOUSE,
Johnny Love, who has been attending
ance of a carload received iron Illinois not in next month. K. Kubli ai.d John A. school at Monmouth, returned home lust of C. (’. Beekman, near Grant’s Pass, some
A large invoice of goods were received
He expects to make a nice
Boyer will represtn. . cl . sonvil.elodge No. Saturday.
by our merchants this week.
Another Pioneer Gone to Hie Rest.
Mrs. Jas Savage and her son J. C of
Pay your arrearages at the T imes office
Jas. Ferren and son and N l'lioss are en
We are called upon to chronicle the
property in Eden precinct last Saturday,
E. Jacobs desires to close out business in Woodvike precinct made the county-seat
and get one of our premiums.
gaged in mining some first-class mining
death of Morris Mensor, one ut the early
which was bid in by Thos. Engel of Phoe Jacksonville at the earliest, possible mo a visit lately.
T. J. Kenney this week shipped another
ground in the Silver creek section, and ex
residents of Jacksonville, who departed
nix at |47O
ment ami consequently has- put down
Prof J. W. Merritt of this place has pect to strike a veritable bonanza in due
this life on Tuesday night at II o'clock, at large lot of hides to Portland.
The Rogue River Distillery closed down prices to 20 per cent, below cost. He means been appointed a member of the State
course of time.
Mrs K. Jarobs has our thanks for a sup for the present this week, alter manufac
the residence of Jos Solomon, his son-hi-
The importance of purifying the blood can
business aud also otters his fixtures for homd of (Hlucalioi).
law, after a lingering illness of over a year. ply of Matzas or Jewish bread.
not be overestimated, for without pure blood
M. Chapman was over from Williams
gallons of liquor since Jan- sale.
preachcd at the creek this weeK.lrom whom we learn that
you cannot enjoy good health.
Mr. M. had reached the ripe old age oi
We want correspondence from every por-1 nnry
The 2uio im»t. wt h be ri.e e anniversary ot Presbyterian church in I his place last
At this season nearly every one needs a
his son-in-law, Mr. Ri-eve, whois engaged
—H- years, though when in tion of the First Judicial District.
I 8. B. Hull of Flounce Hick precinct was O.ld Fellowship in Ami lira, t here 1
good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich
in mining on the Klaamfh river near Hap
good health wflrirpparently a man of much
Potatoes, beans and onions in quantities I here this week, and informed us that much lie public celearau-) i » tau eve
the blood, and we ask you to try Hood's
F. X. Blanchet returned from py ('amp, made :t < lean-up of $2s,<KK» after
younger years. He came to Jacksun county ' to suit at rhe S. F. Variety Store
more rain lias fallen in that section of late southern Oregon, except mg that I
D^rilliar Sarsaparilla. Itstrengthens
Crescent City-, Ca: , last week, having ex a fourteen day's run, besides cleaning up
some thirty-three years ago. where he has
■ wVUII«! antj builds up the system,
vibe lodge will give a grand ball in
i Mourning note paper and envelopes to than in this.
$3,500 a short time la ¡ore.
continually been engaged in the mercantile
perienced a rough trip.
an appetite, and tones the digestion,
match for sale at the T imes office.
Schedules and other blanks lor the as of the event.
business in different localities, and at the
while it eradicates disease. The peculiar
John Wolters, formerly of this place, but
tutoria is so we!)
well adapted to children that I Castori» cures <>Ue. Oonatipatt
combination, proportion, «and preparation
time of bis death was still tollowing this
who has been in California fur sev eial years
I recommend it aa superior to any prescription i I Sour Stomach, !)iarrh<ea, Eniqp
can be obtained at reasonable rates at the teriainment at Granite Jlall on the even-
I’lie Pillowing buslines lia.i l> * :n tra is-
of the vegetable remedies used give to
pursuit both in this place and at Grant’s Variety Store. Call and see them.
I ? Kills Worma, gire» sb'vp, -aid i
past, is in this section again.
known to me. ’
H. A. A rcher , M. D.,
ing of April 27th, when the splendid dramu
Hood's Sarsaparilla pecul- Tn Ifcplf
aeled at the April t.'rui <»f ilia circuit court
The largest line of stoves in southern T imes office.
Pass. Josephine county. His funeral took
Hl So. Oxford 8L, Brooklyn, N. Y. j I
Mrs. C C. Beekman returned from Eu for Josephine county up to the time the
iar curative powers. No ’ ” I loc II
A number of residents of Jackson and
place on Wednesday last under the auspices Oregon for sale at A H. Maegly’s.
other medicine lias such a, record of wonderful
Tas cfaTi h
ise Fulton I
ed, besides a farce entitled "Hie Stage gene city last week, where stie has been T imes went to press: J. P. Lewis was ap
of the Imp’d O. R. M., his remains being
The railroad paymaster went up the road Josephine counties are going to Del Norte
visiting relatives and friends.
cures. If you have made up your mind to
pointed bailiff' to the grand jury and R.
county, Cal., to seek employment in the Struck Yankee.’’
interred in the Hebrew cemetery. Mr. M
this week, paying off the employees.
Rev E. Haskell is no longer interested Morris bailiff' to the petit jury.
About 150 Chinese went through the /al
leaves a wife and a large family of children
take any other instead. It is a Peculiar
The best coal oil in the market, by the lumbering region
in the quartz mill near Gohl Hill and has
11. B. Miller A Co vs. Mary Taylor; to
to mourn his death, and many sorrowing gallon, or by the ease, at Maegly’s.
Medicine, and is worthy your confidence.
A few copies of the American Settler’s ley on the regular freight train ibis week,
Hood’s Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists.
friends who extend their sympathies to the
Guide, standard authority on land ques-
Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
tions, can be obtained by calling at the
this week with one of his stallions.
T imes office soon.
IOO Doses One Dollar
J. B. Hutch ; to recover possession of real
Seed potatoes, onions, beans, garden
B. Russell, his daughter-in-law.
readp preceded them
David 1*. Thompson, the Portland capi-
The iuliowing is a iist of the jurors drawn seeds, etc., at the S. F. Variety Store *
Miss Emma Tolman, who has been in
A attempt will soon be made to raise u
talist, was in Ashland this week, where he
to serve at the May term of the circuit
NEW Ï0IS WEEK.
Wni. Angle of Medford has been at the met J. H. Strowbrid te, the8. P. R. R. Co.’s number of Mongalian pheasants in this Ashland pursuing her art studies, has gone diction.
court for Jackson connty : B C Gjddard,
Joseph Abbott and Walter Simmons,
raileoad front with a load of produce.
valley, which are said to be a very fine to Chicago to stay several months.
Notion for Publication.
Sr., T J Downing, N Durneille, Benjamin
drawn as jurors, were excused.
game bird. This is good news for the
The City Bakery is now the only place in
M. E. Beatty, real-estate agent of Med
Beal), James Hukill, S S Cooper. F M
The cheapest boot and shoe house on tlie
Josephine Mansfield vs. J. F. Mansfield;
Laud Office at Roseburg, Or. ’/
GENERAL DEALER IN
April 13, 1887.
Pacific coast. Over 250 distinct lines and
Ferguson, J A Crain, J P Dodge, R A Al
suit for a divorce. Time for taking testi
protected while young.
given that the
ford, Thos Carr, Arthur Wilson, Aaron
styles in stock. Catalogues free.
mony extended until the 18tb
followtng-named set th r has tiled notice of
The remainingslo -k <d general merchan
his iutontiou to make final proof in support of
Geo. E. Yo ilc and L. i<. Merri'-k of Ash
Wyland, Phil Gleave, Chas Balfour, W I the ladies’ favorite, published elsewhere.
House, Sacramento, Cal
Ciaus Mertelms was admitted to citizen-
his claim, «nd that «ni<1 proof will be made be
dise, etc., in the New York Store wili be land were in Jacksonville the forepart i s'up.
O Carter, H H Chapman. F Burkhardt,
Another carload of cattle was »hipped to
County Clerk Parker this week received
fore the Judge or Clerk of the (bounty < 'ourt of
county, at Jackronvill«, Or., <>.■ .Satur
of the week and while here made us a call.
Frank Ennis, B Beach, O Coolidge, W A Portland this week by one of our cattlemen u warrant for $2.150 from the State Treas
Kubli A Bolt vs. Angelina and Wallace day, May 21st. 1887. viz: Wm. M Richards, R<nn--
mence to-morrow (Saturday) at 10:30
Cook, A F Eddy, W F Jennings, Nelson
8. M. Cooper, J. 8. Howell, W. D. Staf Newman; to foreclose mortgage. Judg Btead Entry No. W.**.», for the \V 1 j of S E ’j, N E
Five thousand pounds of choice potatoes urer for the care of State patients in the
o’clock a . m ., and continue ev°ry Saturday ford ann F. L. Richmond, San Frane*isco
U of 8 W
and S E ’4 - f N W *4, Sec.9,1' 35 8,
Hosmer, T H Gilson, 8 L Bennett, James for sale at the S. F. Variety Store,Jackson Jackson county hospital.
ment for $185 62 and costs, and decree R 3 E, W. fil. Ho names the following witnesses
BOOTS »nd MHOlâfei,
until the goods are all sold.
Brandenburg Jas Bell, Wm Deuitt’, J T ville.
commercial travelers, were here last week. granted.
toprove tiis continuous residence upon, and cul-
Willis L Culver of Pavilion, N. Y., says
tivadon of. eaid land, viz; D. Y. Gray, Geo. W.
W. H. Wickham, the well known real
Beal, F. M. Tungate, Thaddeus Brockway, all of
Four thousand pounds ol potatoes cheap
estate agent, has removed his office to the
Big Butte, Jackson county, Or- gon
for Frank Bros.’ implement house of Port to recover money J udgmeut for $60.30.
for cash at the 8 F. Variety Store Call ol a long standing throat and lung trouble.
CHAB. W. JOHNSTON. Register.
building on Mrs. Houck's lot, Ashland,
Eider M Peterson will hold services at soon.
where he is always ready to execute ull
the M. E. church ill this place next Sun-
Henry Mensor and family of Woodyille orders in his line. Prompt and careful at
Frank Langell, who has been at Portland
We Carry in Stock
J. Binswinger. Hecht Bros.’ clever rep-
for sometime past, returned home on Sun were in Jacksonville Wednesday where tention given to business.
Lawrence Leonard vs W. Q. Brown,
Rev. W. P. Williams will preach at Med day last.
they were called by the sad news of the
rcovutative, has been in this section dur- Beach it Platter, ct al.; to foreclose mort
M. Marcuse, representing Buyer Reich
Decree granted and mortgaged
ford next Sunday, both morning and even
ing the week and took quite a number of gage, etc
J. N. Vannoy and family, lately of Jose death of the former’s father.
property ordered sold.
dealers in fancy goods, etc., of Sail Fran orders.
vs Smith Bros. . to recover II’ ILL MAKE THE SEASON OF I sm ? AH FOL-
phine county, have become residents of
cisco, is interviewing the merchants in
»▼ lows: Going to (ho Douegan ranch—to Mr.
jack bills and advertisements printed. The Jacksonville. Mr. M is u brother of Jake
Liberal Sunday-school and Bible class Medford.
Miss Minnie Tull’s of Grant’s Pass is money. Jury disagreed and were dis- Hamit
mid's- April 17th, where he will be two
T imes has a large assortment of electro
days, returning down die north wide of Rogue
meets every Sunday at 11 o’clock a m . at
The foundation of the new Baptist church
Marcuse who was engaged in business iu teaching the Rock Point school and Miss
J. C. Gage vs F. M. Nickerson and C. A. river to GoUt Hill th» following Wednesday,
types suitable for such work.
the U. M. L Hall, Talent.
Hervey, to recover possession of personal where he will be one day; from there he will go
at Medford is being laid. It will be a neat
this place several yeurs ago.
property. On trial.
to Foots creek, remaining two days; thence to
The fruit is not so far along, by several
Regular services will be held at the structure.
Youle & Gilroy's sash and door factory
Thos. Chavner’s place on degue river where he
Catholic church in this place next Sunday,
J. 8. Cheatham, who is now engAged in
will be for one day, returning to the first-named
PROU A TF COURT PROCLEB1 \fiS.
Wm. Sonson, C. H. Basye and W P. weeks, as it was ’-ast year, and consequent at Ashland burned to the ground Wednes
stand by wny of the south side of Hogue river
Rev. F. X. Btanchet officiating.
ev ry ninth «lay.
Stephens of Applegate were here a few ly the frosts have not done so much dam day night. No other damage was done, carrying the U. 8. mails in Del Norte
The following business was transacted at
age as they otherwise would.
county, Cal., is attending court in Jose
DEscain’ioN and pEDionBE; Janies T is a
beautiful dark dappl« -bay with tdnok legs, mane
Another party consisting of A. Cbale, S. railroad trestle-work near by. The fac
and tail, «/ears old the 9th day <»f June, ¿bout
The foHewing is a list of grand juror»
Chas. II ns Ley has sold a half interest in
1» hands high and weight* 1315 pounds. He Was
Higgins, A) Eaton, Gas. Weydemau, P. tory was insured -fur $1,500.
John Murph.V- Jr., accompanied by hie
empaneled for the April term of the cir the Ashland meat market to Thompson &
in the matter of the estate of Catherine sired by Mixe, hisd&m a fine Sligai t mares Mike’s
McKenzie and O. Beavenue started for the
was old Vermont, and out of a thoroughbred
cuit court for Josephine county: H H Stephenson.
A leaning citizen of Hagerstown, Md., family and mother of Ashland precinct, Patterson, deceased. Petition for sale of sire
railroad front on Monday last.
Sparlin, foreman. Isaac • keeters, G A
Mr. George W. Harris, hud suffered some paid relatives and friend« in Jacksonville a personal property granted.
T erms :—Single Sei vice, $5; Season, $lv; In
A quantity of fresh, clean millet seed
Estate of Abram Miller, deceased. Re surance, $15 Any person sellicg his mare dur-
The Sisters of this place are still making time with facial neuralgia and toothache, visit this week. * '
Walpret, A I) Custer, J 0 Tycer, Geo H can be found at the 8. F. Variety Store,
turns of sale of personal property approv iug the season will please remember that the
substantial improvements on tbelr prem when he tried 8t. Jacobs Oil. He »ays! ' ll
Fred Downing o! Chimney Rock pre ed ; also first semi-annual exhibit.
Briggs and A M Jess.
money for services rondered is then due.
Best of care taken to prevent accident«, but no
ises and can boast of one of the most hand gave ine instantaneous relief, and I con cinct made us a pleasant call on Tuesday
Estate of the minor heirs ot Jas. Miller,
The following indictments were found:
A restaurant has been opened in one ot some places in southern Oregon.
last and reports both farmers and stock deceased, bale of real-estate by guardian responsibility assumed for any that mav occur.
One against J C Gillam for violation of
sider it a wonderful remedy.”
I J. Phipps’ buildings in Medford by C.
Jacksonville, April llth, 1887.
raisers besy in that section
the game Jaw ; one against John Doe,for the
Pay your suoscription to the T imes one
Logan, the Asniand photographer, em
Estate of French Carter
W AT ERP11O<
same crime. Not a true bill was returned
year in advance and you will get the New ploys the latest and most improved meth
Col. W. J. Martin of Galesville, Douglas
Dr. Helm and family of Ashland have York “Star,” Detroit “Free Press” or
erty set apart for use of widow.
in the case of the State vs. Chas. Jeroy,
ods known to the ait and leaves nothing county, is amongst us again.and intends to
BJstate of Henry Carter. Time for filing
gone to Klamath county, where Mr. H. has “San Francisco Examiner free .
J All-Wo >1 Scarlet and Merino Underwear. Ludietj’ ei
charged with larceny.
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION DULY is Wool ilortp. N' mw 1 iooi I h .
undone to give satisfaction. He takes any accompany Capt Barnes to 8prague river, inventory of property extended thirty
sued out of the Circuit Court of the State of __ F h II ,,n<l W.nn r buyers w!
_ ioes unmtjy r^ln. rd anil our «tuck in Irau.iui
The Coming Event.
In this week’s issue of the T imes will be style of photographs and finishes them Klamath county, we learn.
Oregon, tor Jackson county, and to me directed mand
of our consliintlyuugment’ng tn
We are continually adding something nrw
Estate of John Stought. Tuesday, May. and delivered in favor of Kubli & Bolt, who re
P. W. dwell of Phoenix is having a found a change in the advertisement of the beautifully, which is why his work is ».«
No doubt the coming event of the sea
8-°<5fisut a legitimate profit. As usual, we pay a
3d, set as time for hearing final statement covered a judgment in th« Justices ( ourt of Un will afford for nrotl-» ce. »uch as butter, eggn
large number of fruit boxes manufactured O. P. R. R. Co , and also tne Oregon De popular.
iontown precinct, on the 5th day of March, 1887
son will be the grand anniversary ball of
Estate of M. Colwell. Same as above.
M. W. Dunlap, which said judgment was
A Spaniard who has been in the county
Estate of Wm. Briner. Final account of against
Oregonian-Pocahontas Trite No. Imp'd at Grout’s Pass.
velopment Co. Notice the same.
Mr. C. is in charge of Mr. B.’s stock inter
filed and docketed in the clerk’s office of
B. C. Goddard, Sr., administrator, ap duly
hospital for several years past, died one
Owing to the rains of the past week the
eaid court i»n the 22d day of March. 1887, 1 am
0. R. M.. to be given at the U. 8. Hall in
H. B. Reed has put up a machine at Med
ests in Sprague river valley.
proved and bondsmen exonerated
commanded to make the sum of $8*1.52, now due
Jacksonville on Thursday evening May roads have become quite muddy again in ford and is manufacturing a large amount day this week aud was buried on Tuesday.
on said judgment, and the further Hum of .*7 43
W. P. Jacoby of Gold Hill started for (
This is the second pat.ent that has died
ed and Emiiine Turner appointed executrix
12th. As will be seen by advertisement different localities
of the Universrl combination fence, for
in that institution in eight months, which Portland Monday evening, to meet his without, bonds. R. 8. Dunlap, J. A. Wil
under “new this week,” nothing will be
Summer hats and gent’s furnishing goods which a great demand is growing
»peaks well for both Dr. neBar and the mother, who will spend sometime in this son and J. W. Merritt were appointed ap
left undone to make this affair a great suc of the latest and most elegant styles at the
The T imes job department is the largest parties in charge
¡county visiting relatives.
wiu awejiuuni; ana in ooeaience toeaid writ I
cess in every particular. Tickets includ 8. F. Variety Store.
did. on the »th day of April, 1887, levy on the
and best in the State, outside of Portland
John H. Yates of Batavia, N. Y., says:
hereinafter described real property according to
ing supper, $2.50. All are invited
E. R. rteames and Alex. H. Martin ar
Dr. C. J Sechrist and Geo. M. Bailey of and Salem, and superior work of all
and will olfer for sale for cash in Land, at
“I cheerfully commend
A girl to do general housework. A s’cadv law,
rived fr«uu Cteniu>nia the forepart of the
Phoenix were in town yesterday and made kinds is done here at eastern rates
public auction to ti-.e highest bidder, at the
Your Aromatic Wine;
door, in Jacksonville, in aaid
week and will remain a short time. They situation guaranteed at good wages. For Court-House
county and State, on
President Cleveland a few days ago ap
The I nion Livery Stables are entirely
It did new life and vigor send
further particulars enquire at the T imes
will also paj’ Linkville a visit.
The Postal Telegraph Co., has an office under the management of W. G Kenney
Saturday, Aiai/ 14, lS87,
pointed E. J. Farlow to be postmaster at
Through this weak frame of mine.
fJAMMOT BE TOO HIGHLY JiEBOMMFXDF;X>. AM IT 1« Tl
at 2 o’clock p. M. of said day, all the right, tide
It diu for all my stomach ills
Ashland, yice A. P. Hammond
No bet in the Riddle House at Medford, with C. 8. instead ot Kenney & Cardwell as an
P. W. 01 well of Phoenix, who has been
MAIilEL OF THI2 Air ft, ar.d no household should be w
and interest of M. W Dunlap, in and to all of the
ter appointment could have been made, Jenkins as operator.
following d scribed real property, to-wit:
it. it prevents as well si * rorx-> :?HrX IHB-K *•
, »3«OFT. f|
nounced in the last issue of the T ime «.
spending the winter in southern Califor
For sale at City Drugstore.
The south half of the northeast quarter, and
A fine piano, in first-class order, cun be
^lATIS^l.L’iLLVf-.Sj and nil 5k2 IiXWV
A FFEC'TEV TJ
and the people of our sister town are to be
nia, and went as far south a« Mexico, has
Marshal Curtis has finished painting the
Thos. Riley is out in the hills looking af
the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter,
congratulated thereon. Ed. is an active, streetlamps and posts, which adds greatly ter his stock and Geo. Neuber is acting as
returned home considerably improved in purchased cheap by applying at the T imes and lot three, of section twenty-tliree. in town
Tiox, I>iA?iitna:A »ml
v.<» , <
atrsa.i • %<•. k ni
company, who were so seriously injured
ship thirty-eight south, of r nge three wed. and
deserving Democrat, who never fails to do io their appearance.
mixologist behind the bar of the Farmer’s
FOi h M«R V< K, <.3a
by a runaway on the Siskiyou mountains
his duty to his party and friends. We are
The greatest bargains in all kinds of mer Exchange saloon during his absence.
An Absolute Cure.
on or . rKravated by « ilnorde4 «.«uiacli. ft fa n
1). A. Houston has resumed his old po
not long since, have been removed t o Yre
Witness my hand and official signature this
always pleased to chronicle such appoint chandise can be obtained by calling soon
Coutabloa. and an efficacious rcKirdj- far
find •«•yore COI
The Original Abietine Ointment is only 11th day of April, 1887.
The City Drug Store will be in competent ka and are not as badly injured as at first sition as conductor of the (). A C. R. R.
on Newman Fisher.
hands during Dr. Robinson’s absence, and reported. The driver, however. J. Cun Co.’s freight train running between Junc put up m large two-ounce tin boxe^ ami is
By N. A JACOBS. Deputy.
ningham of Ashland, is still in a critical
It I-urino. th. Blood. C1MMM the Stomach
Bowl., >ud rtm the whole*
tion city and Ashland. Dave is the right an absolute dire for old sores, burns,
Read what Eli Taylor lias to say con- a full stock of drugs, medicines, stationery, condition.
wounds, chapped hands, and all skin
Hc.lth> au.l Delightful Tone. There never v , . JIo.UcUo for the Knree< v equal to
The undersigned, a first-class watch cerning his fine trotting stallion “James etc., will constantly be kept on hand.
man in the right place.
eruptions. Will positively cure all kinds
maker and jeweler from the east, has lo T.” in another column.
of piles. Ask for the Original Abietine
It is believed by some that the S. P. R. R. Works will continue right along under the
y virtue of an executi in duly
A. A. Fink, Ilurb. Brockway and J. B. Ointment. Sold by ail druggists at 25 cts.
I.arm.va, yet «mesetou.. luv , ..olo io ,11B f. ,ul.. ,
the .„.<1, at the mine at
cated at Phomix for the month of April.
A large number of tramps are passing
management of the assignee, A. H. Mtegly. Cannon were on the freight train this per box—by mail 30 cents.
Oregon, for Jackson county, and to ine directed everywhere.
Those having fine watches, clocks and
For Male by »11 Oragiri.fa »»4 r„eero. .
««nd flelive-ed, m favor of Kubli & Bolt, who re
through the valley and our citizens will do adopting the Willow Springs route and Anybody desiring a tombstone, monument, week. The former was on his way to Klam
jewelery to repair can have it promptly at
d a judgment in the Justices Court, for
shortening the distance considerably.
well to look after them.
Lumber, Hash, Jlbors, Etc.
tended to by calling at Engie Bros.’ store,
d . Bannister,
wnicn said j
The Sugar Pine Door & Lumber Ch. of 1888, against Robert
Prof. Clins P. Williams. Ph. D., of Phil vantage to call soon. as prices have been route to the railroad front.
Considerable rain has fallen during the
as all work can be left in their care and no
and 1 docketed ’ in •• the 1 j | MEME fl 1
Grant’s Pass are now in full operation and judgment was duly ij til.-fl
reduced considerably. First-class mechan
10th day »»«
fear of loss need be felt. Work warranted
ics are employed there and the best -of
E. F Smith of Josephine county, the are prepared to fill all orders for F encing , May. 18851, L am commanded to make the
opium nor minerals in Red Star Cough ' worked turned out. Satisfaction gnar.Tr-
crops never were better.
to be as well done as in any city.
mining expert, paid our town a visit last B oxing , R istic , F looring , C eiling and $221.18, now due on said judgment, and the fur- •
F inihujx «. L imber ; also D oors , S ash .
sum of $7.83 ou»te. and also the costs of and j
Jas. Moore has been granted a license by Cure. Price, twenty-five cents a bottle.
G eo . M B aily .
week. He visited some of the mines on B rackets , P ickets , M oulirngs and L atiis ther
upon this writ, out of the pcrsoual property of
Money it is said, notwithstanding tty) Jackson creek while here and »peaks en at prices to compete with any mill in south said defendant, and if sufficient personal prop
The attendance at the Catholic church in
the county commissioners to sell liquor on
If. M. S. Meeting.
this place last Sunday was very large, both stringency of the times, was never before couragingly of one or two of them.
ern Oregon. They make a specialty of erty could not be found.then out of the real proiu
the Siskiyou mountains.
erty belonging to the said defendant; and in
There will lie a meeting of the Ladies'
P ine F ruit B oxes of all kinds. Persons obedience
to said writ I did, on trie «th day of
Thurston Thomas, formerly of Sam’s morning and evening, when High Mass so plentiful. The vaults of the various
Judge Webster, District Attorney Colvig, requiring anything in their line can get April, 1*87. levy on the hereinafter described real
Presbyterian Home Missionary Society at
valley, is now in the employ of the S. P. D.
the Presbyterian church in Jacksonville on
Is anything further requisite to the and Messrs. Hanna, Prim, Andrews. Kah agents.
sale, for cash in hand, at public auction, to
The Sister’s school in this place com tion
<t L. Co. at Grant’s Pass.
ler, Kent and Kelley, attorney 8-at-law, a*
Thursday, April 21st, at 2 o’clock p. x. All
the highest bidder, at th? court-house door in
W eb » Z immerman . Medford,
menced its last term of the present sehol- j happiness of the fortunate possessors of aisq. the editors of the “Sentinel” and
Jacksonville, in said county and State, on
C. W avers . Ashland.
members aie requested to be present, as
Not rday, May 14, 1387,
business of importance will come up before mill they recently purchased iu Douglas
victims of disease— congestion, kidney o)* T imes , are at Grant’s Pass this week.
PAINTS and OILS,
tendance. a compliment it well deserves.
Good results In Kti-rn Case.
al £ o'clock r. M. of s lid day, all th“ right title
county on Coleman creek.
liver complaints, piles, fever and ague, or i Fletcher Linn, a student of the State uni'
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer and interest of the s.nd tioberi li. Banaisb r,
W. M Stanley of Brownsboro, the newly-
M rs . C. U. B eekman , Pres.
some similar ailment To aueli we say do vergHy at Kllgeile. i, spending a few days of Cbatanoogn. Tenn., writes that he was in an<j to al! of th? folluwinr » -«• >’•««! rml
Mus. G. H. A iken , Sec.
appointed stock inspector of this county, known here, salted a claim on Wolf creek, not be discouraged, r rese s Hamburg Ten .
The west naif of (,'ic j-ordhwi • t quarter, and the
will surely bring relief. Il cleanses the I 1,1 ,hii
''isitmg his home and Mends seriously afflicted with a severe cold that
settled on his lungs: had tried i.iuuy reme southeast quarter of the M.;xtiiwe-t 'luarter.m sec-
paid us a call Monday last.
Being induced to try tiou twenty-one. and lot? five and six of sect Km
party from East Portland lor a large sum. bowels, purifies the blood and renovate.-» during the April vacation, He will return dies without benefit
the entire system.
to the former p’ace by Sunday evening’s Dr King's New Discovery for Consump twenty-eight, in township thirty-eight south, of
The free concert given at the M. E.
Thos Lynch, who is a first-class work
I tiriisonvillc, Oi-ojfou
tion. did so and was entirely cured by use range three west, and containing IM.77 acres, sit
church in this place on Saturday evening erintending the location of the railroad line man, has opened a new barber-shop at CUUNTT COM MlMHl ON FUS' COI PT. | tMÎn
in Jackson connty. State of Oregon.
of a few bott les. Since which time lie has uated
WitnoM niy na ,d and official signature this
last by Prof. C. W. Perkins and wife of
purchased a fine new
llth day of April. W87.
The following proceedings took place at her daughter. Mrs Geo. L. Chase, in Cold.« with best results. This is the expe
O. F. TOPPING.
z D, HYDE.
Stylish gent's furnishing goods of every
San « rancisco, was well attended and the
B. W. DEAN. Sheriff.
chair of B. Kostet of Jacksonville this
By N. A. J\c>n .t Depaty
the April term of this court: Present—' Klamath county, arrived here Monday rience of thousands whose lives have been
singing rendered by that lady and gen tie- description at the 8. F. Variety Store. No week.
Hon. E. DePeatt, county judge: B. Hay morning and is paying her many friends bottles at drug stores.
man is spoken of in the highest terms. trouble to show goods there.
Several |»ersoiis in and about Ashland mond and 8. A. Carlton, commissioners.
The professor also organized a singing
Have Ken ted th«»
Ashland’s water-works are being built 1
in this place a visit. She is the guest of
keeping up large fires in their
A. L. Roue was appoint^tl r.»a*l supervi Mrs McCully
school, which is being well patronized.
by an agent of the Portland contractor, as j
during several nights of late to sor of road district No. 10, vice J W Col
j listed by about twenty men.
Card of Thanks.
save the fruit from be«ng nipj>ed by the lins, resigned.
J A. McGilcutty of Washington terri
The County Clerk was ordered to re-in
To those who kindly rendered their ser- ' Notes, receipts, due-bills, orders mid . frosts.
ON WILLIAMS CREEK,
dex all the deed records in his office under tory made us a call nut long since, He in
vices during the fatal illness of my late > i chocks, in books, in quantities to suit, for | Rev. H. B. Ewell of Pavilion. N. ¥.. says the improved plan, introduced by Geo. D._ tends to locate in this valley at sume
Wliirh they have thoroughly renovated anil fitted
I sale cheap at the T imes office.
Bernard A Co
husband, especially to the ladies, I return
' of Gilmore s Aromatic Wine: “I believe it
It was ordered that $20» he appropriated
ery, including a planer and edger and. are consc- | JACKSONVIIXE,
my most heartfelt thanks.
Also to j [ Col. J. N. T. Miller has ’>00 head of line : to be a most desirable remedy to be placed to open a new road in Flounce Rock pre county needs enterprising men like
quently prepared to promptly fnmiah
the members of the Imp’d. O. R. M.of horses ranging in Warner valley, Lake in every family ’’ For sale at City Drug cinct
AV1ÄG RECEIVED MY GOO
Jacksonville for kindness manifested.
county, which wintered well.
from the Es»« J 4ni able to u>«
An End to Rone Scrapiny.
ford Theo. Cameron, H. J. Terrill and J
reduction. I keep a fnll line «
M rs . M. M ensor .
Should the late frosts not interfere, an
Edward Sheperd. of Harrisburg. Ills.,
Newman Fisher meaus business and is Devlin were appoined viewers of damages.
' Hucli an Rustic. FJooring. Ceiling, Matched aud
abundant fruit crop may be looked for in slaughtering goods on every hand. He
Wm. Stanley of Little Butte precinct was says: ”Having receive«! so much benefit
! Surface Lumber of all dimension» ami of firat-1
this section the coming season.
wants to close out as soon as possible and
The Supreme Court last Monday render
Sheriff Dean waa granted until May 1st let suffering humanity know it. Have had
Dr. Holt Wilson of Portland and D. H. everything must be »old, without regard to to tile delinquent tax rod
ed a decision in the case of Kent vs. Col-
VERY LOWEST RATES.
a running s re on my leg for eieht years;
prepared to man»
In the matter of the road of public ease my dovturs told me that I would have to
elothin, of th, niM popular mod,
vig, and affirmed the judgmeut of the Haskell, the 8. P. R. R. Co.'s right-of-way price.
i A fair eharA of the public patronage ia solicit,
w- All work anamnt-Mi to At
ment from the residence ot Gc<» W. Heck-________
have the bone
______ nr leg __
court below. District Attorney Coivig will, agent, were in Ashland last week.
Any one may obtain a 50-cent packet of athorn, T. E. Nichols. A. J. Daley and J. | I used, instead, three Imltles of Electric
call and m for y.,nr~.lr-> betor, ,
TOPPING A HYDE.
therefore’, continue to hold the office to
Carpenters, miners and builders, exam magnificent Giant, Striped and other pan J. Fryer were appointed to assess dam ] Bitters and seven boxes Bucklin's Arnica
Panto made for $5 O) an'1 upward«
Salve, and my leg is sound and well.”
which be was elected last June, and the ine A. H. Maegly A Co.'s stock of tools and sy seeds free, by purchasing one dollar’» ages
Licenses to retail spirituous liquor» were Electric Bitters are »old at fifty cent» a bot-
Next door to A
duties of which he lias discharged so well. prices before purchasing elsewhere.
worth of Reid’s Flower Seeds at the 8. F. ran
ted to E. J Curtis, James Moore and I tic, and Bucklin's Arnica Salve at 25 cents
Dr. FuxiH ntxxY RzMtiw bantfiea
In the Cirruit Court for Jackxon county, Btata^of
B. Riddle,respectively to. sell at the tun- per box. at drug stores,
thoro a dieted with heart dises»»
9. Rosenthal. Medford s pioneer mer Variety Store.
j1- dl tw, ei '.er of sudden death, or the H K flrciML Henry Pape, 0r.,Geo. Rtevea, T. Catherine B-«n
chant, is selling out at cost and talks of | The frost has done but very little damage nel on Siskiyou mountain
Charlee Buren, suit n equi
T. M • Teazle and I). Crone.miHer.
„W.Uvelopmcntof th we terrible hantadl-
H C Dollar hide granted privilege to
J. Nnnau, one of our most enterprising
WootPee anA Mouls.
ty for a «livurc«»
to the fruit in this section of the county up establish a second ion gate on biskiyon
M««Miesiwt ch r-rnit in inaaaitv. n 1»
Fi.oon MVM j MJKBR:
going to theCoeur d'Alene mines.
Char.’eg B>>ren, the auove-nam*«i defendant;
Santa Abie soothes and neals the mem
mere ha'4t». received a large and handsome
i*ting between Elbert Kami
lfcSljon® c* **»• b*■* remedies known for D. W. Crusty. II Pape. Jr ..!.(' WMpp. W G. i | To
to the present time, though it .Is reported mountain.
TN THE NAME nF THE BTA l’E OF OREGON.
branes of the thmai and lungs, when poi
rhewb ha, which is often dependant I
Hain mood is thia day dissolved
Two QRtra-tine. fresh milch cows. with !
stock of new goods, consisting of geneml
that other lo ’»»lities have already suffered
sonous and inflamed by disease
eutitled court ar.d answer the (tomplaint filed
DzconAT.ixa u iXMirm:
clothing, etc., this week and young calves, will be sold at a bargain For I ! to some exlent.
It is a Curious Fact
upon iier.-nm disease» and sotnethnea
vents night sweats and tightness across the
with the clerk of Mid court, on or before Mon
Frank Lorraine. Wm. Mensor. D. A Junes, John day.
Antweb. March Ä. j%7
invites all to come and see them, L ook particulars call on John Bellinger
That the body is now more Mmceptible to chest, cures coughs, croup, asthma, colds,
ri.iA liearrtptt^e trt-al
Bcavnnnn G. A. iiubbell.
Mis» I/Ottie Reed în teaching school 111 benefit from medicine than nt any other bronchitis, pneumonia, whooping-cough
be taken a rainst you for want of an anawrr. And
out for hi» new advertisement next week.
hottlB, or maffed tra».
Thee» is some talk of building a telephone , Table Rock precinct, as Miss Mabie Baker i season
notified that unltM you an«>wer aaid com-
Hence the importance of taking and other thm»t and lung troubles. No
A tinesuprer will
furnished at the U.S.
Ho you are the
. in ...
II apply to th*<
tel The bast <»f music has b**»-. puj fíTMAri
* f?»r?hñ ' r»ii*f<»ema
line between Jacksonville and Medford. I is in charge of the Forest creek -chor.l. Hood’r Sarsaparilla now. when it will do other medicine is so successful in curing
F< a decree
.. —------ - Jor
J- «?> MACK & CO
During the next thirty days Dr. Aiken It would prove a paying investment.
the affair the event of th- season. ■I12
Both gained a high standing at the exami for purifying and enriching the blond, The enormous and increasing demand for
THE (JNDER8JGNKD HEREBY
you and tbe plaintiff
£ azd U Trai IL
invited. Tickets, including anpper. $2.50. l
tnat no trevpaMin« will hoi
will dispoee of his entire household fumi-
’ ihibiiah«t' ty an order of Hon. L. R. Webster; A inc ___
For sale—n first-class Detroit safe, al. nation held by Supt. Priest and have until creating an ajq*etite. an.I giving a healthy these stamlard California remedies con
Db farm. -
ture at priv.it» sale. Tho**» 4- Mn-v bgr. most new. Will be
at a bargain. Ap lately been members of the Jacksonville Hood'<< Sarsaparilla, which is peculiar to
guaranteed by all drug »torea at >1 a pack-
gains will uo ftUi to call ;?nd
ply to the T imr * office for particulars. •
Attorney for Plaintiff i J acktun viUe, Dec. W.
I age. Three for 12 50
ïhc jpemocratu «limes
Fa r mera are busy^
HAMMON BROS.’ NURSERIES
PHŒNIX, OREGON, and OAKLAND,
Plums, Pi'iiiics and Aprirots or Jlyiiiliolan Pit
for Infant» and Ch
J. NUN AN,
California Street, Jacksonville, On
IES, TOBACCO, ETC.,
The Young Trotting Stallion,
SILK VELVET^ AND VELVETEENS IN Cl
eng A sh diagonals ,
ALL WOOl^FRENCH CASHME
‘ CLOTH IN COLORS,
ANO WOOL ALAPACAS,
HARDWARE, STOVES and Tl
10 PER CENT. REDU
TOPPING & HYDE
J. A. LARS
CHAPMAN SAW MILL
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, H
03. FLINTS HEART REiEDT.
S. BALL, JACKSONVILLE.