The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, July 22, 1887, Image 2

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KI. I V I 77¿ iiilXTY 7 /7’VS
Z MINIMI SEWS.
cl
t inn x g h ir/ s nnn oth ­
er r mini i rioxs.
MISCELLANEOUS.
AYER’S PILLS
i no best and cheapest mining blanks i
Miss Nettie Tice is now a resident of
Part i »* h pa> it « for tt.c T imes in advance nt our
sale nt the T imes office.
Grant’s Pass.
rtt in coti cash rate? will be furnished any of the
I'red Cogswell has Ireen visiting Lake­
A number uf miners are working the following named publication* in connvctioii with
Mrs.
Riddle
and
Miss
N.
Giason
are
vis
­
Dr. W. I . Kremer of (»rant’s Pass was view.
DKirinl Paper lor Jarkwn. Jewphinr i Lakr
CURE HEADACHE.
CURE RHEUMATISM.
bed <»f Illinois river, in Josephine county. this paper at the price? given below. It will b?
iting friemls here.
in Portland during the week.
noticed that th«*r«* i? a r«sluction of at least 15
Headaches are usually Induced by eos-
Assessor Hatton has almost finished
Rheumatism is anions the most painful
j?*r
cent,
on
publisher«'
customary
rates
in
ever
A fre*h supply of the A merit an M ining
l)r. Geary has r< turned home, but his
tiv.uess, indigestion, foul stomach, or of the disorders arising from \ itiated
instance, and tn some much more:
Dr. Kremer of Grant’s Pass is local his work for this season.
f Hl DAY
code, standard authority on the
WEEKLIES.
family D still in Eugene city.
other derangements of the digestive sys­ blood and derangement of the digestive
agent for the S. F. f’A (rowiclr.
Miss Etta Moore has received Vie va­
Toledo We»«kh Hlwb*
Ì3 III
lor
‘
'alt
at
the
T
imes office.
tem, and may be easily cured by the use and biliary organs. Ayer’» Bills relieve
of
Waldo
precinct
cant
scholarship
from
this
county.
Gur populati«in continues to increase and
Harp r's V\e«»klj..
5 70
M <$ Ellen Adams <
5 Oo
of Ayer’s Pills. Mrs. Mary A. Scott, anil cure Rheum:’¡»m when oilier reme­
hie-». < 'al on a visit.
i’he present mining season D f t*t .q- Scientific Amern uii
;IS
;
the
town
is
generally
improving.
$!.’>
Jas. 1» Fountain of Ashland.|>ropri«:tor
»»•troit Fr«*«* Pre?«
3 (10
Portland, Me., writes: “I had suffered dies fail. S. M. S licer. Syracuse, N. Y.,
3 00
Elih r M Pe-erson will hold services at |»ri<a<‘hing a cbise every u here, and most New York Si.ar
of the White House, is in Linkville.
i
till
New York Woild
3 Oil
dreadfully from Sick Headache, and writes: *• I was < nfined to my bed, with
miners
are
making
preparations
for
the
V« !..
I Mudford next Sunday at the usual hour.
Han
Francisco
Fxammei
.
.
.
3
tie
W. R. Ranisi'V recently purchase«! i.iM)
in.
thought myself Incurable. Disorder of Rheumatism, thr
months, but, after
next.
a eek.
Portland Oregonian...
4 imi
head of cattle in Siskiyou county, Cal
W. S. Barnum, proprietor uf our plan­
Harper’s Bazar................
. 5 7(*
the stomach caused it. Ayer’s Pills cured using a few boxes of Ayer's Pills, became
A
cories¡K>ndent
of
the
T
imes
\vrite>
that
Mr«. <i. S. Mathewron and daughter
Pioneer Press ....
3 00
me entirely.”
a well mau.”
B. A. tiodfrey of B onanza gives notice ing-mill. paid Jacksonville a visit S.iturd.ay. th»* miners of Gálico creek have finished < i. ¡' " gj ' • New -
oi >n< k r rrrek valley visited the county­
Vlissonri
Republican
3 00
that
he
has
given
his
son,
W.
H.
God
­
F.
Hubbard
and
'
Shorty
’
’
Hamilton
seat last week.
i leaning up, and, considering everything, Globe Democrat
CURE
BILIOUSNESS.
CURE COUT.
..........................................
3
Ki
frey, his time.
were at the county-seat during th«- week
Phila»b*lphia Times
.3 00
did very well
John C. Pattison, Lowell, Ncbr., writes:
S. Lansing, Yonkers, N. Y., writes:
M. M. Davison, who has been in Coos
Han
Francisco
Call.
...
.
1
MgcJi hay is now being shipped from
Our Congressman, lion Bi
1I.T-
•‘I w as attacked with Bilious Fever, which “Recommended to me as a cure for
county for sometime past, has returned
J. N < »steel, an cxperiem e<l miner, has Frank L?< h »' s illustrateli paper
5 70
maun,
has
Iwen
in
this
section
visit
this
station
by
Merrill.
B
iker
ami
others
**
*'
“
“
German
.
5
70
to Williams creek.
was followed by Jaundice. I was so chronic Costiveness, Ayer’s Pills have
entered into the employ of Klippel A Ly­
“
“
Sunday Magazine.................... 4 5n
to his constituents.
dangerously ill, that my friends despaired relieved me not only from thut trouble,
Several of our citizensaro ’rusticating” tle in Willow Springs precinct. He lias
“
Popular Monthly.................... 5 00
Presley di ( oburn, the enterprising
**
**
Budget
v................... .. 4 30
R A. Ernmitt has finished the new in the mountains, and others will soon fol­ rented his diggings on Jackass creek to
of my recovery. I commenced taking I but also from Gout. If every victim of
barltvrs of Grant’s Pass, have added
*•
“
Pl<«asant Hours..................
4 50
bridge across Lost river, near the gap, low.
Ayer’s Cathartic Pills, and soon regained the disease would heed only three words
('him se.
MONTHLIES.
baths to their establishment.
i
A n intensely hot wave «truck the
and it will soon be ready tor use.
...$4 00
my customary strength and vigor. I feel of mine, I could bauish Gout from the
Work is progressing nicely <»n the tunnel WebtHhor?. Portland,Or.............
Our town council has reduce»! the license
(
?!
turj
.
Scribner
•
.......
....
8
40
Haying
is
about
finished
and
heading
Eastern State« during the paet week,and
certain that I owe my recovery to your land. Those words would be, ‘Try
AL and ('bas. Leavitt have been .all­ for retailing spirituous liquors here to being run by C. C. Beekman and the Jack­ Demorest’s Magazine .
..............................4 (Ml
has commenced. There is every pros­ i
I i ■ •
on »everal day« the thermometer ranged
invaluable Pills.”
Ayer’s Pills.’ ”
ed to their obi home at Bridgeport, eai ,
sonville Milling and Mining Co. in the • « - •< t \ - Idtuly Bo«>k
pect ol a bountiful harvest.
$2u0 a year.
Hr. Nicholas
....
B UO
by the serious illness of their mother.
ove* btOdej;« in the »hade. The eonse-
Jackson creek district.
Harper’s Monthly
r> 50
CURE INDICESTION.
CURE PILES.
IL B. Reed, the fence man. has a num­
tins Barlow, well-known in southern
Ygiiculturist .............
3 50
<pienee waw that many death« occurred—
Klippel A Lytle will soon have their »ras­ American
Jas. Dodd will continue the litpior busi­ ber of unfmished contracts and expects !
Harper's Young People...
....
4 oo
Ayer’s Tills act directly on the digestive
Piles are Induced by habitual constipa­
Oregon, is again chief mixologist at the
tra
at
the
Roten
ledge
complete«!,
ami
ex
­
Peterson's Magazine
. ... 4 00
ness at Bonanza, and has been granted
aa hi^h a« one hundred a < ay in «vine of Live Oak saloon in Grant's Pass.
and assimilativeorgaus, influeneiug health­ tion, debility, iudigc.stioD. or a morbid
several more.
Htmsekeeper
8
0
a license by the county commissioners’
pect to commence crushing quaitz next
the larger cities.
ful a< tion, imparting strength, and eradi­ condition of the liver. A cure is best
Other public.ations wi'l b«« fiirnislwsl ata re-
Snooks wants to know why •'Shorty'’ has week. The prospects are favorable.
Sheriff I’atterson’s health is improved, court.
duc"«l prie«» when ord?r«*«l with ttie T imes .
cating disease, G. W. Mooney, Walla effected by the use of Ayer's Pills. John
we ar«' glad to learn, and he thinks he is
so much important business at Jackson­
Olila» 4 n?w sutiseribers paying on«* jear in a<l-
A portion of our Klamath county cor-
Reports from the mining operations be­ van»*»» from »la*? for the I' imes will receive in ad­
F ike * ah »ng the line of the railroad yet good for sometime to come.
Walla, W. T., writes: “I have suffered Lazarus, St. John, N. IL, writes: “ I was
dition either tl.«* N?w York Star, th«* San Fran­
res|)ondence is unavoidably crowded out ville of late.
ing
conducted
on
Wagner
creek
by
Bien-
from Pysjiepsia and Liver troubles for cured of the Piles by the use of Ayer's
north ui
CaL, have l»een raging
of Sisaon,
s
cisco Exainii:'*!. St. Paul Pioneer Pr«*sM. St. Louis
Prof. Hutchins of San Francisco has
J. XV. Howard of Grant’s Dass, our of this issue, but will appear in the T imes
tano A Co. continue to be of a very encour­ Republican or Detroit Err«* Press, six months
years past. I found no pennant nt relief, Pills. They not only cured me of that
furiously
sly «luring the week. Gangs of [sipular county treasurer, will go east on next week.
been visiting I J. Phipps ami family, who aging nature. We learn that a new and free, or th«» Farm and Fir«‘«id»» one year free.
until I comiDcnc« d taking Ayer’s Pills, disagreeable disorder, but gave me new
1 l.MEM PRINTING HOUSE.
t*en engaged lighting fires, a visit in a few days. Bor1 voyage.
men have
1‘. Bonne'ville* the energetic agent for are relatives of his.
large mill will soon be put up there.
which have effected a complete cure.”
life and health.”
Jacksonville. Oregon.
wlinh are burning trees that are fall-
Grant’s l’ass has a wi iting-scliool, the Wheeder Ä Wilson S. M, Co., has
There is a change in operators of the
Sold
by
all
Druggists.
Trt-liiHinary
EdramiHutioHo.
all directions. The Postal tele- Prof. Atkinson having commenced giv­ l>een in this section and will soon return Postal Telegraph Co. in Me<iford, Bobby
J. W. Mundeu, a prospector wh » lives in
here with more machines.
wiies are tlown, and fastened ing lessons in penmanship this week.
Prepared
Lv
Dr.
J.
C.
Aver
&
Co.. Lowell. Ma«,, U. B.
Ruldle succeeding C. S. Jenkins.
Willow Springs precinct, was arreste-i last
Prof. Benson and Mrs. M. llyde of
rurily to trees. Four large fires
The health of (’apt. Baines of Sprague
N. A. Jacobs bus sold his resilience prop­
week by Sheritl Dean, cuarged with draw­
tw seen in difft*rent duvet ions • ¡rant's l’a*» were in Jacksonville last river valley is considerably improved, we erty in this place to \V. IL Beauchamp
ing a gun upon u Chinaman on Sardine
week on bu-ines.s before the circuit court. are glad to learn. Dr. l>eBar of Jackson­
lately from Table Rock precinct.
creek
Justice Hurter held him to answer
>n, who has mining inter- ville made him a visit last week.
Bruce Allen has leturned to Ashland at the next term of circuit court, placing
e,
is
now
residing
near
Baldwin
&
Forties
of
Linkville
have
his
bondstat
which were lurni.-hed.
At nN«. Sn KiTAK'i M i lphow , in the
and ifi xuecetded by a young man—a stran­
ith George Black, an old lately received the largest and tict stock
Sheriff* Dean one day last week arrested
ger -as foreman of the •'Transcript.'’
case of James Young's homestead entry
of hardware, wagons, machinery, etc.,
Mr. Smith, an old citizen of Uniontown
ut Salt Lake city, liolds that actual resi­
It is said that W
II. Barr ami W. K.
ever brought to Klamath county.
Al. York, who has lieen at the rail-
precinct, upon Complaint oi Mrs. Fred,
Price
of
this
precinct
are
further
along
with
dence on the land is not sufficient to se­ road front for s ¡oim time past, returned
Chas. Kahn, who left Klamath county
Klemhammer, wbo charges him with an
cure the Lumestead right if it were the home not long since and will remain for Portland will« a large number of In­ their farming operations than anyone else. attempt to commit rape upon her
Smith
dian |s>nies, has sold many of them at
M
E Beatty, the live real-estate man, stoutly denies the allegation ami claim*
intention of the taker to abandon resi- awhile.
different point» in the Willamette vallev. has a latgu numb» r of farms, etc., for sale
deni'e there so soon as he acquired his
Win. Dailey of Kerbyville pre< inct,
spit< work at the foundation of it
J u-1 ice
Buffer held a prehnun.tr
preliminary > examination
E. I. Powell, who is visiting friends ami is getting ready to <!.» a large mi**tm *«s. ! iiutler
patent, la Young’s ease he had stated one <>f the progressive farmers of this
!
Iasi
Friday,
binding
him
over.
,.
Smith tur-
county, is completing a tirst-class, com­ in l.inkvillv,will soon leave for San Fran­
1>
Wilson, our clever harness-maker
that he didn't intend to live on it any
nishvd the $3u0 bonds rv<j«tired oi him.
modious barn.
cisco, to enter lleahl s business college.
and **.»<ldler, accompanir»! by his family
longer than the tour years necessary to
Mike Forman bail an examination in Jus­
He is a gra luate of the State University
I that J. T. Bryan, of
and J. H Gordon ami tamily. spent Sun­
get the patent. So he got left.
tice Soule’s court at Plnenix during the
k, an old and resj>eeted
The residents in the vicinity of the old day on Applegate.
past week, but he was di.-cbarged alter the
our county, died this week of Topsey post-office, who are now much
For sale at a bargain a cosy »Iwelling testimony was taken
Tr:.x Chinese gang«, about Jim men,
It seems that hi>
ion.
nioie numerous than before, are clamor­
employed m the giading force at the Si«-
ing for a p '»t-otlice, and should lie grant­ house not far from the center of lhe town premise's had bee n bombarded b>’ some of
of Medford. For particulars enquire of R the boys in that place, to the (Linger ol
ed one.
kiyon mountain, «truckuntil« lsth. The
himself and his» property, and he shot oil'
T. Lawton. real-estate agent
*
his pistol to scare away his annoy er-, but
Chinamen were engaged in 1‘urtland,
ti. T. Baldwin Sr.,of Linkville is prob­
did
not hit any one
Judge Hannaof Jacksonville and J
tl.
ably the oldest man in the first jmli-ial
and claim that Sisson A Crocker, who
district,
having
recently
celebrated
his
Buffer,
referee
in
the
Bailey
divorce
suit,
all Chinese labor,
Circuit court is last approaching ami
IH necfMtti rtj
92’1 bitth’lay
May he live ami |Vo*|»vr have been here on different occasions late­
free trans|>ortation will convene «me w««ek from next Mon- many years longer.
agreed tu furr
Probably as niueh misery i
ly,
for
the
purpose
of
taking
testimony
«lay.
lhe docket is not heavy and will
habitual C'.nsiipati in a» from ai
work. Yesterday,
from Turtlan«! ti
soon be disposed of.
Jas. Tobin, Winslow Bailey and Hemy
W
G. Kenney has become interested mi nt of the functions of the body, ami il
rocker's paymaster.
however, Sisson
is .liltii lilt to cure, tor the reason tlmt mi
C T. Davison of Williams creek was i (,’onn have Iw'en apjxjinted to view the with E. Warman in the Jacksonville-Med- one likes to take the medicines usuail"
tn paying them
proposed
road
from
near
Linkville,
♦
et
for<l stage line, and it is rumored that he i** presc-ilHsl. Hamburg Figs wcr, prepare>l
in Jacksonville re. entlv. He reports
man’s wages for railroad fare from Port* that J. T Bi van ami Air. Stevens aro Tule lake, to the California line. K. S. also one ot the owners >f the livery stable to obviate thi« «litli. ulty. ami they will lie
Moore
is
the
sutveyor.
here.
found pleasant to the ta-ie oi women ami
'ami. This they refused to pay ; also re­ quite ill with consumption.
At all djugaists J..I.
Webb A Zimmerman are making excel­ I'iiiltlren. 25 cent«
Hon. Robt. McLean, our able repre­
fusing to go to work again until they were
Mack A Co., proprietor». S. r
Your correspondent i« sorry to hear sentative, left for Salem last week, to lent
progre-s with their contract of build­
It
paid in full.
that one of the men bants residing in the look after swamp-land
matters.
He ing the new Baptist church. They are ex­
/7»»* H v <
jìhhìh < j of thi I '.
southern put ion of the county ha* be­ holds conservative opinions on this im­ cel. ent mechanic* ami w ill no doubt con­
One bottle taken according to directions
The beginning of <li-«
come fnam ialiv umbarra-se.l.
portant question, ami will no doubt lx* struct a handsome edifice.
will give better results than a gallon o!
ity or disorder of ><u lv of the vi
the*toin;i‘ h.theiivei or t h«- bow
Win. N'.-nruth of Grant’« Pass, who louml on the right side. Fanaticism is
Sarsaparilla, or any of the sc-ri:'. J Elooii
I iiianiifai
I here are <iy*|>epti»’
in loins,
’ture« a su|««rior article of beer, a bad thing wherever vou lin l it.
Purifiers with which ide r art
tr»»ubi«‘s»>me. tin* skin gr •uw s
ami «ells :» vast quantity oi it, too, iseit-
unh«*althy looking, then* are |
At Druggists, price St 00 /-r
< net i i r < of /•* r puoi i / in xt. s
larjging an«! improving his premises.
right
I»* or through the
I
olk-n
an
blade
l
he
climax
I
i
Trea»iiier llowar«! has made his last
The f»»llo«*.ing proceedings I
$600 REVY/
Irali»»n of the nhysic;i energie*.
V scrip this season, giving i lace in the circuit court f»
call for county
i' is ue. But if t! • difficuit;
»e/7/ be paid f<>r >.t’y c.
noticethat lie has luiitl-on hand to re­ county since the last issue of t!
with Hostettei
Stoma»
which Dr. P.
»IV!
deem ail warrants protested
up to July
i is always etle»
•* a n
Fordyce R««p« t. ut al , vs. A.
fìinistered, /•'
11. ls<>.
uhl be retried to nt an <
Sheriff. **t al. M»'tion t*»r a n« w
will I»»* no ruu**' • n to ;ippr<
The Grant’s Pass diaiiEiti«* ass«M*iation ruled.
: <11.» I« lip
in
B W. Huston, et al..vs \
II
gave a ]H*riunnanc(‘ last Friday evening,
»V Vii
Suit for mjum ti«m
Rut'erred
A 1
at the <•!♦»*• »»t the teachers' institute, Hurter to take t» stini«my ami
p.
which wa*» w«*ll attended and gave gen­ sam«* by Sept. 10th, ls-s?.
I
eral >atisfaeti«.»n. The popular drama
Kahler Bros vs John C SI
r«-
cover money
M >ti.m in quasi
“4.’omra»h s” was presented.
•:i
argued ami submitted.
[ OEFHC FOR SYLl ON ID \SON \BLt* t-rnis
hat Geo. Bunch, who re-
1» M. Osborne »V Co. v*$. F.
L ot!«* *>f the b«—I ¡si<M’k or |).»irv Earn;- in South-
711 ai.d 714 J 8tn—t. au I 713 and 715 Oak Avenue. Sacramento, ( a
i*ed .las. W. Wimer’s tine to lecuver money. Demurrer
• •rn Oi'*4'-r .-'I’uan-.l ot; D-« r < r«*»*k. Jo*« plan«'
Ki rii Kt mi e , wife of Win. Ruble, who
Two-8tory Building?.
county < "!ifai»a:ii’.;.< t «'-«»f riel« hott«»tn Land.
by pre« in» t, lias ’ueen <»tf?r- ant’s answer sustained, ami
Las attaine»! some notoriety over the
»•Hperudh <uiapt»s| to th«* growth of timothy hay
is bargain. IL* originally granted until July 21st to fu
ami <’loM*r. About oiio-hulf is ch*ai«si an«i m
Í Wis.l
Have
J.icoby Llro" \ - ' lets. \V.
State as a litigant, recently In*gan suit
originally fy
the place,
•■ultiviit.»»•:, ariii most of tip* balan»'»* »'an be ?aail>
r
and
t»» recover money. Plaintiff g
M
cl»*ar»«L I 'T,* i a st.’♦*:<!□ of wafer runnin*;
in the cin uit court at Salem against
of the I>v>t in the county.
til July Jrith to further plead to
througtifbe pl»o <‘th.* year round.affording plenty
< t
Ladd A Bush for the reuoveiy ut
answer.
>.G1
of water f"t sto.’k and worn»« for irrigating. Th«*
Pogri.Asn. Or .
The h a» le i ’> iieditute, lu'1‘1 at < ìrant’s
place i- all inel<.r><*d by a k » mx ! rail fenc»*. I here
A. S. Johnson vs Orl.iml» R»'**e; tor
which she alleges to !*• hers,
Ft Mt W M W s|«»m
I i* a !mit and bar:1 and
young fruit tr»*«*? on
l’a.-s iiist wevk. wa> very well altended cover m.mev. Argued an»i submitted ami I Woolf P. S. ;
have’ iri« d your R»'bertii»e
th? place. It a!•*«> h «*» the l»?st outHid«* rang? in
plainant alleges that her son,
albi prove»1 botli interest mg ami instruc- taken umler advis«*meiit.
er«. W
I
ami I shall be ph
d t<» rt
th? comity; al-»»a. ,»t! r < x-allont place contain,
Ge«». E Neuber vs. A •'■* Johnson and Webb, K. S. N G
uve. (>tir « itizens Irtt nothmg undone
Ruble, deposited with Ladd A I
mg 13» * a?n>
all m\ lady friends.
Demur-! N’. G
For full p rticuiars call a ¡»on or nddreau
for tl.e comfort ot theii guest« and buc ­ O. Coolidge, tu recover money.
B A P.r
R iiea .
Believe me. yours truly.
note against Jas.
W. AL Dowell lor
rer oi »Iriumiant. A S. Johnson, »»verm » ;! ! Fain !•», I. S. V. (
O J. VANNOY
ci eded admiraliiv in < nteitaining thern.
POKTL\M>. I >«•<* . 1S<».
K«*rhyviH?. • >r«*gon.
ami
drfenuant
graate»!
until
August
15m
'
$3o(M>, as collateral security uf his in­
I. Williams, L. S
Io Mr W M Wisd«mi:- 1 hr
R «bvr-
J. Wet hurl H*e uf Slate creek pn inct to tile Lis answer.
debtedness tu the hohlerw thereof, f273u. i
tine" you so kindly sen: tne is ex •♦•In nt
Jennie E Bailey vs. Cha-. De Roy Bailey ; {
was, a few day-» ago, thrown from a
It i** til«* finest preparation 1 have ev« r used
Hehool Hfport.
When the note was paid lhe balance uf horse lie was riding in f uch a manlier as siii» lor divoree. «iranted until Sept Jtli
to take testim»»ny
The following is a report of th«* Sterling- ami i- a »let Hud . h quisition to every indy — 1HF I NDEKHK.SI 1» OFFFKS 1OU SALE A
the money was to go to the father ami to catch his foot in the stirrup, He was
Kubii X Bolt vs. I has. Burkhalter; to ville school, for the term beginning April
No. I Kmin farm, eontan i: a -’"I acre, nf titlabA
mother. On July 7th M<-Itowel 1 pai<i dragged some »listanue t»vfore he was forecast mortgage. <>r«L*re»l »lisniissetl on
biii'L lying near t h«* HUig«> rt»ad, hix iih I kb wiMf of
25tli and ending July 15th. 1M s 7: A Class-
Jh< 'ksolivill«*. Pl.’iCi* H W'*»l HEproV.sl; |;o(>d
able to extiirate himself, and received motion <>f plaintiffs.
the note, and now plaintiff alleges that
wt'll <»f w it«*r for liouso u«f‘ and living ntr««»tn
painful injuries.
Sterling Mining Co. vs. A. L. Sturgis; Olive Crump. 97; Letitia Gilson. 97. Jen­
fiT*st«»ck. Also. 2IS acre» lying within half a
i»ut |7t> of the balance was paid her.
injunction. Motion to strike out answer nie Saltmarsh, 96; Laura Gilson, 93. B
mile of Phtrnix. all und'T f.’i.< <*. can at small
An
unpretentious
looking
horse, taken umler advisement
* ‘ ‘ • CaatorlA;s
Galloria ; s bo
so well adapted to children that I CaatoHa cure« Colic. OonMipatHn.
Win. Ruble is acting as attorney.
I m « put in cultivation. On the 3lll-acre
Class—Ella Parks, 9«. Ethel Parks. 97 ;
I recommend it wsupenor to .»ypreonpuou I
^ p^ite. di-
owned by an intinerant Land cf gypsies,
Marietta Kyle vs Martha W. Hargadine;
farm th«*rc i*> Id' acres of gram and hay growing
Ethel
that 1 will s»'ll with th«* farm if J«*ired. Can
handily d< nt» «! the racers owned by J. action to recover money. Judgment f»»r Harry Gils«.». 96; Jessie Gilson, !*»;
known to me ”
IL ▲ Aucun«. M D.,
I
eestion.
give poMM*s»«!on hi any time. F«»r particular*
A S an I' kani isco disjrateh ot the isth B. Hutch ami L. S. Smith, ami iiis owner plaintiff’in the >um of
ami attached i Crump, 9.3; Luella Pearce. 93; Grn< i»
U1 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. I Without injurious medication.
callonorad.lr.’sH
JOHN 8. HERRIN,
Pearce. 9«c Sylvia Saltmarsh, m }; Charles
«ays information has been leceived from cuiiseqm*nlly “rake»l down” numerous pr«»perty or»lere«i sold.
Aahland. Oregon
Fi»-l'l-.
si
;
Sherman
Fields.
74.
c
Clans
■
T h » C bxtaub C ompany , 182 Fulton Street, N. Y.
I.titiilnr,
X
iim
I
i
,
Ihmrit,
I'tr
Ordeie»! by the court that all cases up»»n
Ounalaska that Bishop Segher.s, Catho­ persimmons. It is said Hutch got even by the dui'ket not »li'poaed of be continued Dennis Saltmarsh, .<»; Anna Sal’mur-h. s.t
The Sugar Pine I>o«r A Lumber Co. of
buying the dark Boise.
A
nna
M
JEreat
y
.
T«
acher
■
until the 'eptember term of this court.
lic missionary, amt formerly Bishop of
<»ra:it'*' Pa-s are now in full operation ami
i
The court adjourned without day.
The marshal of Giant's Pass arrested
are prepared to till all orders for Fl
Oregon, was murder««! in cold bl«x>d by
E h rr-hift.
esiring to engage in other pur .
R<»xix<., R isti «
F i
the gypsy **< i'S«,r>-grimler now ¡M*r»*gri-
suitM. I <»ff«»r f«»r »cd«» on r<*as«>nnbl«» term*» my
The
motto
of
California
mean-,
I
bare
hia companion, on the night of Novem­
iiMslliNo L imber
<•/: \ th . i /. po/.v r roi \ fi : rs .
¡•r«.|4*rty «m William? cr«*«*k. Jos.-phtn? county.
nating thr«'luh the valley for violating
found it
Only in tb it land of sunshine, B ru ki . ts P k ki . t .-',
It c«»int»riM's su :n*n»*« «.f land. m»*t <»f which ih
ber 28th last. The scene of the tragedy the ordin iti«’»« i»*lafi ng to ¡«»»Idlers ; but
where the orange, h irnm. olive, tig ami at prices to compete
under fenc»». well water«*«! and Munccptibb» to cul­
i
Obadiah
wna mi the b.jiks oi the Yukon river, Recorder <....... '*11 u as of the opinion that
grape bloom ami ripen, and attain tin i: ern Oregon, l'liey
tivation. Th" dwi'lltnc h<<u*.«* an<i outbuildin^H
ar? m K«»’»d condition. b«*?i<i(*M which th?r? i* a
f
»nr
nothing
**er
o»i
had
been
done,
and
al
­
highest
perfection
in
mid-winter,
are
the
P ine F iu it B-'\i>of ail kinds
about five hundred miles from its month.
'•abitivf --hop Huppli<*l with HUpcnor WHt»»r-j>ow?r
herbs and gum found, that are used in that requiring anything
lowed th»» g. s. c to move on.
Forfurth«*r part tcular*. »»nquir? on tin* premise?
Th
»le:er is Frank Fuller, a young
pleasant remedy for all throat and lung prices and estimât»
oraiOr?««
G. B. < ALDWELL.
Stone,
tip*
clever
pnyprie-
troubles.
Agents
for
this
valuable
Califor
­
t ;ti iium I’urtland, Otug«>n, who aeconi-
agents.
Williams I*. < Or.
nia remedy *ell U under a guarantee at
( ity Drug Store at (»rant’s
¡• ini« d the L.-h"p as a <*t.»niu.inivn and
$1 a bottle T’hree for 12 50. Try Califor
<■•1 her large **to< k of drug-»,
nia Cat-R <'lire, the only guaranteed <-tire I
servant. The bishop left fi.r Alaska t<>
ic, new store buibiing late-
for catarrh, fl ; by mail. $1.10.
HIE UNDERSIGNED OFI I RS FOR HAU
hv her. Thone needing
perform missionary work among the In­
hi.*« farm. Mtitatod near B>1>*«.». ferry. t«»n mil **
Ir St .iv’s line will »Io well
dians, taking Fuller, who was warmh
from hie k ston v 111 «*, <*«mtainii.xx t»i< ' h ' t »» h . 90 a<*r<*8
War»»* fTi’fithtr
•all. <». W. ('atching, a fimt-
tn«in*i und*r eultivsOon nixl th«* ba lane«» beinu
•»sxitig,
debilitating
It
requires
recommended,w ith him. On the -eventli
first-ela.*»** timh»*r and pantun* land. A good
:<•, did the carj»enterwurk.
♦*rti«»n tn accotnpH'di one’s daily
hoUM'*. barn and < mt bin Lina’s arc coniiectHd with
day uf the journey Fuller asked the bish­
We have found much relief by
th«* place. I'ifle p«*rf.*ct and t«,rm** rAfysmabb*
op to make camp for the night inanop n
ittl»*'»f Pond's Extra t in a Itowl of
For furfh«r particulars appl
th»» T imfs N’»ith«'r in i,» i "it !» j. 9 i i!if V, V • • **t o»- Sir » of I'r •••-, n<«r H -iith an«l Vigor of «am«*, ami vnibrac»«*
U 4 V . ................ f APPLE. PE\R PLI I. PEA< H. PKLNE APRI» Oi . NU T KEINE.
office or
It
is
a
|
"
dtive
luxury
It
revive*
s|M>t, but Indians <«t th»» party a»ivised
CHEHRfEK VLMONDS, Lie.. Etc.
\v..:
h*s and l'«’s|iens the face or p»*r-
t»‘a- n
against it, as thvie was an Indian i-ettlv-
I wonderfully improves th»* coni-
* : ns «V Kt-ar i
We caution our readers again-t
xnent beyond. The bishop took their
a number uf other new build
is. Get the genuine.
advice, despite jealous complaints oi
a
llmca Colorrd Roy tlrrawit Rich.
Fuller, and they camped later in the
Th? holder of <»n?-t»,nth of tick'*t, 23.HV9 th«»
evening,
it is said by the Indians that
Moeond cap tai pnz»’ in the April drawing of th«»
Louisiana Stat? l/»tt»*ry of |.*>»», iii ) has r.‘C«*iv«*<l
Fuller rose in th«* morning and shot tin*
hi« f.5.001. and our readers would ¡»«»rhap** lik? to
bishop while the latter was lying down.
i
know that < lifYord J. Twisaly is a lik *ly c«<lor»s|
box, tw?nfy-tw«» >«*ars <»f ax«*, raised by Mr H»*n
T’he Indians, fearing he woiil»! killtln-m
’«’>m< ss «»'//«*' I iyttor Ihtbit Ro.vitirf -
1*. BARRY BEAR, the best late shipping variety.
ry F. Peay, and getting
por month. H»» d«*p"-- />r«$$*A ly
I'ttrrd by tiilint n int. r> ity Hr.
all. disarmed hint, Fuller, however, de­
the it«i $4.(Xm in t!;«‘G«‘orma Railroad Bank and th-
Ihlinm* Holtlrn Sptrijir.
Ml I It I’E AC 11,(freestone) st ill hea«ls tip* list.
vid>*d a poiti<»u of th»* r?»*t aniontfsf his ¡»«>or cot­
claring that lie only meant to kill the
onai relation? If»» did not forget Mr. P»‘ay. to
it can be given in a cup of coffee
K A N A I > A \ 'S CLING, the eantier's prule.
whom ht* gnv? fifty dollars- Ile sani that h«» had i without lln* kn »wh»«lge of the per-*<
bishop. Th? Indians arranged the I mm I v
a ticket r«xularly for th«* last fift»*« n months ami ing it , is absolutely harm!« *-> ami will
KELSEY’S JAPAN BU M. has no peer.
Having plwed tin* tine
linier and
it was th»* lift.'t*uth dollar that did the work.
and accompanied Fuller tu Noulata,
Matrhei (<»!»»• found in •li»« Rogu»» Riv» r Valley
feet a permanent ami sp« « l\ cure, w he
lit IRE i « e SARGEN 1 Bill Nk. never before offered in Oregon,
Augusta (lia.) Chronicle, April 30.
in <»ur mill, we will furnish all grades of
| th«1 patient is a moderat«* drinker or an
where they »lisclosed the affair. The
It is this which, in a <h i<■< 1 state, forms the eel«.‘brato«I t«nine, I I’ENTE.
coholic wr»*ck. Thousand** of drunkards
bishop’s bo«ly was sent for and brought
Lav? I h »«* u ma h* temperate men who hav«*
(El'flK‘11 Oolll-el'VCS).
I’.Wr. ’i".; tak» n G<»ld«*n Sp» , itic in flu ir coffee with-
to St. Mi»'!».«-Is. whither Fuller went ami
Soother at hand.
It is the only safe I out their kmiwiedge. and today b«liev»'
BERKEIJ’.Ù («O! ISEBI-’RRY. the mo.-t pr'.tiial.h'<>f thein all.
gave bim*M‘lf up.
H«k was taken to
medicine yet made that will remove all tl»»*y quit »Irinking of their own tree will
ss f.ulu I»ty,teacher <»f th * PleiHant
It contains no Opi'in It never fails. I’he system once impreg-
infantile di- ird-rs.
e school, rejwirts the following pu­
1 ut. gives the cliihl r.rtf’/rtK ! nat' d with the Speriti»* it become- an ut
or M-rphiu
i t» r inipo-sil'ihty lor thr liquor appetite to
is being n the roll <»| honor: Ellie
The
Price 25 cents. Sold by
eat» from )
that even the
LARGE STOCK AND VARIETY SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
’ exist
For full particulars, address (.«.Men
n, Anni” ?•!< Ihuii<*l, Ella McDaniel,
ity
Drug
Store.
Dtumx-ratic a l-
: Spri lli, <
1<> Race Sr.,( im innati. ( »bio
•nee Thoss, Eliza Griifin, Elsie
. that it is the
n. Minnie M.ivlien.Martha Mavlien,
I
Mavben, A»mi • McAlli'dor, Ollie
ami the fis* of
Hitter, Ella McAllister, Lelah Grif-
It
already done
L’RIIT BOXES
<'*** B''f«»r«‘purcLa-inir ckewhero, p irti«*s inondine t<» piati* tr<*«* vili fin 1 it t«»tb« ir int«*r»*M 1<»
Tinia Slurrav, Bertie ( o nltii, Willi»»
«Thon I’xl'T rva« $»j<*k w* gave her CMtoria.
conte an<l
onr Mo<*k 'Ubi lo.trn « ir prie«*», t'n'<d«»<u<*- in ul«'d <rati? upon applichi i..n
siali trouble be-
ben, .J .h;i Mchaniel, Ed M< Dani. I,
Ad'lr»“*- all communi'•••tioii* to
of either fir or pin? timber.
W
’
lirn
«
’
.•*.
t
«.%-
a
‘
'bil'l.
«he
<*ried
f«»r
Ca«t<»ria.
tlint a «livori *• suit
•lie Maybe»-. Oti* McAllister, Mar­
k*»on < .,nnt_v. Or.
Ah orh'TH and bill«, tilled with pr<»mp»n>*-- ami _______________________________________ HAMMON BROS., l’ho 1X.
When she nr* -a:ii* 't.s’x. she clung to ('as tori a,
dispatch N.• eomm>.|it i*« n**ci*«*^ary on th»* **upv
>t bv mutual cori-
riority of lhe quality of our fir timlwr.
W’beu Bae bad Uhmircu. ah? g«v« them Casi ori*
tbe sore hen«!,
to wi
troiii ¡aml-gtant wagon-toa»l
At a regular inerting «.
w
HARRIS A-CO.
a. IL I her? i* h iruail road to th«- Mill this )«*ar.
around the I.ml
Bla«Ider, Urinary a.,d Liver Diseases, Drop.-x
companies that which is not their own. !<«1^|. N<>. 7«. I. •». <». F. «
John F Kelley was in Ashland and
Jacksonville this week.
Health is good here this eummer.
I
FRANÇAISE SILKS.
BLACK SILKS
SUMMER SILKS
SUPER CLOTHS
ALBATROSS CLOTHS
CLAMINE CLOTHS,
CRINKLED SEER
SUCKERS
BATTISTES,
LAWNS.
TOIL DU NORD.
LACES.
LACE FLOUNCTNGS.
PARASOLS ETC.
We are constantly re­
ceiving New Goods in the
Latest Styles and Designs
from the best Eastern
markets. Or 'er8 filled
promptly. Send for sam­
ples.
OLDS & KING,
Thousands find it to their advantage
to patronize the Mail Order System.
They get
Póne
aVt^Rhevim
CrofuUv
Crai ve o.
^WGvLute;
168 First St .Port land.Or.
FR ES11 1*71 < O< ><>!>!< nn<l
fatbk
The Cost of Transportation is overcome,
BROWNSBORO, OGN
and more, by the Differences in Prices.
You can have the styles that city friends
•I. CLOPTON
wear and select from half a hundred
patterns, while at home, in the country,
.nd bi
there are but a limited number. The ad­
STUCK
vantages offered through the Mail Order SEW AND HILST »LASS
1-..I for CASH , and
ly seil
System are manifold
Ofg»»<>db, WL
Cheaper than the Cheapest !
The Red House Trade Union established a
Mail Order Department 13 years ago and now
numbers its patrons by the Thousands.
FOR TALE.
TWENTY-FIRST YEAR.
ST. MARYS ACADEMY,
A Catabiiiie uf lift l’air«*s with Samples ol'Gwis Maihl Frei* on Application.
COMiVt TEI» BY
ÍHE SISTERS oi t;.._ HOLY NAMES.
FARMS FOR SALE
r thh
n. i:c? atMHit the end of Augurt. ami is divided in
'<,ur -"- m on* of ten w«-eks *M*ch.
Board and tiuUon, p»T term.............
15
Mubic ....................................................
Drnwire and Pair.time........................
i
B«*»i and Bwidm^................................
C. H. GILMAN, RED HOUSE TRUDE UNION,
DAY
SCHOOL.
Primary Department..........................
Í » 00
6
Junior
“
...........................
......... 8 00
Preparatory “
............. ........
S«*ni<»r un»i Gindn.’O ■
ib-partm«*! ' t............... io no
Pup»'»* ar«» r«s*?ived ut anj tim«*. i and ?jw*ciaj at-
ten*!• ’ is paid t«» ¡•articular stu«lie - in L-half of
cbiidicn who have but hnot«si time, For further
particular»-apply at the Academy.
A CARD.
FARMS FOR SALE
To the Miners and Mine'
Owners of Southern
Oregon.
for Infants and Children.
l ING IN THIS SECTION NOW M kKING A
"r«'{».»rt <»f «‘••rtnin ;i.aiin$r
¡.r<»|»«*rfy for <» h «4-
nu*: ¡.r«»
?rn N-w Y - rk e ipitaliM**. -, I Wil.
wiL take pleasure
in peixmally in««»tjntf m*.t>«*r»>
and nun»-"wn?rs
rwr>* un<
1 make arr%mr«'ni' ’it> with them to r« iu I« t an
llliistrat« <1 •*K«’|M»rf** nnd tliuroMzh hn«•*!lira!I«»n
of th«* Title. 4 nrrert lawatioa 1.1««*%. amount <»f
(«rnxcl <»r Or«* in MirlH. i»«*rwon«ih a^sajr»! vain«*
4if*an<iG«*<»l«ari<’«H hart of th«* "WultklMi PRO*.
I’Hl,” etc.. <>f t|n*jr t»r< ¡*« rty. Ai \ »L*six«*<i ref«»r-
••n<*e ran 1»? iriv«*n. but I w««u!<i rather that my
w"rk I m * aBow«*d to sc ak f««r its«4f.
_ M> corr«»s|M>nd«-«st in Southern Oregon is M
E. Ivvitty of M«*»lford. to wl.xin u \ communica-
tt»»n for m** tnay !>«• t«4>ir*—«*<1
DR. WILLIS E I VEBETTE.
I Mining F.xiM-rt A ’ «»neultintf Ge«»l«»tfiMt.
B
FARM FOR SALE.
D
TREES! TREES!
TREES!
HAMMON BROS.' NURSÍRIES,
FARM FOR SALE.
PHŒNIX, OREGON, and OAKLAND, CAL
Our Stock tills season C mwi ba Exaolled oa ths Coast!
*1 XT i
i zri i :>¿
•NX. ■NkoXW
The latest new> from Washington is to the lol|owiii_'-n.uiieil oil:
«tal!e<! bv Di«
.1.
l»r ll.'hnan
ior has u.’iu’iirred ill the reeoinniutnla- T. V. D in, X (
ti«m of tl.e ci.mini--ioip*r of the general <" K Chan«!'
Con.
land »»Hive »•( May 10th last, that a cum- Trea«.; J"«.
¡mus.
\Vai.l«-ii; I’>. A
mission U* ap|>ointe«I to make a thor­ .1 I.. «• <’tt, 1. .* N. <«. ; .1. T. RolnTtson,
ough and exhaustive investigation oi th»* i; S*. V. U.; O. H
Starr. 1 H. V. G.;
W. 11. Fliinat'an,
condition •»( the Willamette valley and S. E. Ha: kn-«-,
the etl’.-et that the secretary oí the inter­
about either oi
says that before thi
name i« Al. Scar*,
n er’s shop on Wn
to him. after ge
at Ashland, in
kindly cur» d f
serpent warm«
Joe to his wit
story, an t that ;
begot and the
reived it. and had it
ferenec of Mr
Ha
agent and others, h
Sea»-* look like an
putty before be got
Portland Sun.la\ W<
•f an opium
«><1 a wor.
H-s; but l.u.
dude, V
rk in I
( a<u ule mountain wagon >oa»l. lhe Dal-
B. S. s.; T. J. Bryant, L. S. S.
I::-; military wagon r»».i»l and theOr«*gon
An oolin^ to tl««- annual exhibit of the
finances of thi« county, recently made I
by Cha«. K. t hanslor, our efficient coun-
tv clerk, the receipt» of the county from
nil ronrees, inchnlinit money on Land
■Inly 1,1
a«$21,431.38. The exj»en«e«
«lurine th«* name time, including intere«t
on re«L eme'i eountv warrant«, were $17,-
737 S3, «howintf that tl.e debt wa« ro-
dueed marly $4JXkl during the fim-al
vear Tne total eountv indebtedne»«,ex­ I
.1 <»rr«f lOitttf
clusive of interc«t on tliesafiu*, i« placed
Is continually going on in the human sys­
at $17,2!»» 5<>.
tem. The demon <»f impure blood strives
to gun victory over the c«»nstituti«jn. to
Os tl.e first page of the TiMi.s will tie
ruin health, to drag victims to the gr
found several interesting articles, e«p<*<- i A good reliable medicine like H»»od *
sapan
lais the wvap«»n with which t<
ially one from the |wn of Joaquin Miller,
fend one's self, drive the <¡1 *p. rate enemv
the well-known writeran<l pm t.who gives from the tield. and n *t»»re i eace ami I mh I-
I ry this pecu­
vent to intieh w luilesome truth while talk­ ily health for tna»»\ x«ar*
liar medicine
ing alsatt forest ti es. Of all fiends the
Central wagon road, in the State of Ore­
gon, u^p*ui.iliy as to whether said roads
have ls*en r»>n.-tructu«l, and whether or
not the certificates to the government of
the uompletiun of said rou«ls were ob-
tained by false ami fraudulent represen­
tations ma»le by parties interested in ob­
taining sai»! land-
The
secretary
has
app<>iiit<*d John B. McNamee, oí ( leve-
lar.«1, Ohio, now of the adjutant general s
office, to repit«ecnt
»lepurtment on
the
the commission, ami will arjun appoint
tw others t»> repiu.-ent the general lam!
office, »»n recommendation of the coin-
mibsiuner.
The
investigation
will
be
eornrrenceil early in August. Complaint
is made to the general land office that
none «»Í the
wagon
roads
have Iteen
«'umplttu.1 according tu law, although
their cofiiplutioii has been duly ce»titie«l
tu Lv the
pr >r
governor uf
rend-
Oregon.
ggregafe
Tt*7:|tp
Th»»
h U» ui
one who wall allow the public domain
to
be
ravag.'d
own criminal
by
fire
through
his
irelessness. <xr will pur-
p<»sely ».-t 'ii" w.s.<ls atir ■. is one of the
ririe ¡« a penalty for etieh
I Í»
KIDNEY
(•ravel, and Diabete*, are cured by
HUNT’S REMEDY
I
ciicctssors Io c. C. Bechiaifs Bank.
curt s Bright’s Disease, Retention or Non■ Retun
ti"ii of t rinc, Pains in the Back, Loin«, or Sido.
HUNT’S REMEDY
cures Intemperance, Nervuua Disease«, General
Debility, Female Weakness, and Exoeasea
HUNT’S REMEDY
.nir»*« Biliousness, Headache, Jaundice, Sour
Stomach, Pvnpepsia, Constipation and Piles.
HUNT’S REMEDY
ACTS AT ONCE on the Kidneys, Liver,
D ! y all druggists
XV ill furnish IXVAhiB in amounts as low Uf
a. it I a . liiab a-
■ ar it its, wot b<- fur,
H p.
«••r«<d te­
li r. LAWTON.
BONANZA HOTEL!
B A GODFREY, Prop.,
Bonanza, Klania:h County, Or
NI ji <*li i n<.
B A. GODFREY.
Walter A. W. hh I»' Mowers, litapers nml Steel Wheel Twine Binders-
Tliwnms and Royal Self Dump Rakes; Hodges’ Double
Draper Headers; Gaar, Scott A Co.’s Thresh-
ers and Horse-Powers; Rock Island,
Walking, Gang and Sulky Plows.
THF LITTLE CUPIDS!
STERLING SAW-MILL
6 Miles son!!] of Jacksonville.
WARNING
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HUNT'S REMEDY CO.,
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jiv^n up t . die by friends and physicians.
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FRANK BROS.IMPLEM-NT COMPANY
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221 A 2gU Wabash Avenue, t'blcaf.. 111.
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expense of mailing. Lrt us hear front
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Respectfully,
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Willow Spring«, June U, 1887,
-BAKER.
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