The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, August 12, 1887, Image 3

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The White is king.
y
Warm, dull and dry.
HUTU STXTLS Jr FIG! Ài PiUSS.
J«*sh. Pitt<rs«»n’s strain thresher is doing ■ S«*h(R»l clerks are required to file their
a big business in th«» upper en«l of the val 1 b«mds with the c »untv 4U|»erintendent be­
ley
It does the best of work, and rapidly, ! fore they can draw’ any school money.
too.
Parties interested should take notice of
John Miller received nearly a carload of this fact and act accordingly.
P E/EW.V1 A .V EXT¡ON.
Press. Woodruff,the agreeable,is in town.
Lee Rodenburg is in town at present.
Jos Ferrell of Ashland was in town
Wednesday.
>//:/>/•<>«/» hqtiiis .
Joe Scott, lately of Grant's Pass, j» at the
Riddle House.
On Hit Truer It.
A tooth carpenter, accompanied by a
song and dance man and a tlaming torch,
amused our citizens three nights last week
and exiracted a snug sutn of money from
them. There were more suckers than the*
latter caught on hi* string the last night,
for a great many bought his worthless nos
trum. It is also doubtful whether those
who had their teeth (»¡»orated ui»on got
their money's worth
The Associated
Press’ report er at thi* ¡»lace tell* the truth
in the following: "A lightning tooth ex­
tractor has been doing up this place in
great style the past few day*
He aphlie.*
a medicine to the gums ami teeth, which
make* extraction painless. A great many
that had teeth extract«*«! are m»w compl.lin­
ing, ami *«-vcral <• (*« * are report»*»!, from
reliable parti»*s, where it was found neces­
sary to call a physician. His prices are
extortionate, ami he is pronounced by all
a first-class bilk, ami people should look
out for him. H<* is traveling northward.”
HALE BROS, à CO.
Considerable wheat is being stored in
Baker’s warehouse.
nails, an«l is prepared to sell all sizes at the
Jmlge Day,
Jacksonville’s re«l-estate
Miss Helen Sprang is visiting».¿ier sister,
I’nparalleled bargains at N. Fisher’s.
j lowest rates ever beard of in southern Ore­ agent, is having his office neatly ¡minted
Judge De Pea It was at the county-seat one
Mrs. N A. Jacobs of Jacksonville
gon.
inside and «»utsidv. He is listing lhe prop­ day this week.
Watermelons at the *. F. Variety Store.
.Sliitr Xorotol School.
Hon. S P. M«»ss is putting an addition erty in his charge ami will soon let the
Jas. 11. Barnum ami some mernbeis of
Mrs. M H. Vining of Ashland is \ ¡siting
Watermelons have commenced to arrive
We have received the filth annual cata­
to hi* residence in Chewaucan valley. Lake public know what he has for sale.
hi* family were in Jacksonville this week.
relatives in town.
I
freely.
logue of the Oreg'Ui State Normal Sci«»M»l
Considerable improvement is being made
county, which will greatly improve its
The population of this place is steadily
Dr. Everette, the niineaologist, made us
Old newspapers very cheap .it the T imf . s looks.
at Mohinuuth. It shows th»* school to be
ii|>on the track of the O. A C. railroad ail
increasing and a number of improvements
a visit last Friday.
▼ •
in a very prosjaTous e«»nditi<>n, there ' «»tttec.
Great tires are raging in the hillsand along the line. There is no question but
Dr Jackson has returned from a profes­ are under way.
II
being 2t4 *tu«!» ids in attendance »luring
Mi** Julia Metisur ha.* returned from a woods in different parts of southern Ore­ that the Southern Pacific Company mean
sional trip to Grant’s Pass.
C. W.Skcel. the well-known carpenter,
the pa*t year
Lbe graduating class in i visit to Wooilville.
gon. ami the atmosphere is dense with business, says the Roseburg Rcyiew.
T. G. Realties ami sons returned from is employed on Dr. Walter’s tine residence
the Normal course this year numbered fif­
Nature's remedy is what they say of smoke
Wiley Parker of this precinct, as will I k *
at Ashland
their trip to Cinnabar last week.
teen ami tber« were liv« graduates in other
< >regon Kidney Tea.
Ch »s. War. formerly tin ’-repairer for the I seen by notice in another c.ilumn, will of-
R. T. Law ton, the pioneer real-estate
»it partmeiits. All N«»imal gradual* s re­
Mr.
Bridge
and
family
of
Ashland
SpCIit
Bargains in every line may still be found W. U T«*l. Co . h i* joinr.l the Postul com­ f«*r for s de at ptibli«* auction, on Sept Sth,
agent, hat embellished his premises with a
ceive State Diplomas and ar»* auth u iz» «i t»»
a day in Jacksonville this week.
all
<u
Mi"
inq»r*»vem?nts
on
his
homestead,
! at Newman Fisher’s
♦
pany'.* f«»rc('.* now at work in Josephine
first-class windmill.
tea»*ti in any public s»h«M»l in the State.
Mrs. C. Roder ami son of Little Butte
including farming machinery, livestock,
Frank Langell has been employe«! in the county.
Other States h«»nor these «liploma* l»v
Mfssrs Jennie and Addie Colyig and Al­
precinct
were
here
last
Wedesday.
etc.
If the liver and kidneys ar« *luggi*h and
granting teachers' certiticat« s to (heboid* i Linkville “Star” office.
lie Mathews of Rock Point precinct have
Mrs.
M.
'
utton
and
I
N.
Shook,
of
Ash
­
J
M.
Mark,
guardian
of
the
minor
heirs
ers without examination
The Normal
For good shingles, shakes and cord-wood inactive, Hoo»i’s Sarsaparilla will rouse
been visiting this place.
P«»\ii’.* EXTK \« T (’«> .
them to prompt ami regular action. Take of Mary Mark, deceased, will. on Septem­ land. were in Klamath county last week.
School is *|»« < iallv »iesigned to prepare apply at the T ime * office.
11. B. Kero was at the county scat Tues-
G em *, I Lave nsvl your Pond’.* Extract
ber
loth.
I*s7
(»Iler
for
sale
a
considerable
Messrs.
O
’
Donnell
and
Ashmead
of
Rock
it now.
teachers, but on account <»f its practic il
for
myself ami family for some time am!
II. L Hill of Trail creek precinct was at
«¡uantity of extvllvnt land. For further Point precinct were here a few days since «lay. He is promised numerous orders for I
It comprises the Latest Styles and Ideas, is the Most
c»*urse of stu»i\ and nuxlern methods it is the county-seat Saturday.
find
it to he the br*t article «if th« Kind I
Bob McGinley write* that himself ami
!
unequalcd
combination
fence.
his
particulars
see
advertisement
in
another
ever list-«!. It will remove stiff’n<- * ami
an excellent ¡»lace for any one to obtain a
J. 1). Fountain of Ashland has returned
talented wife, accompanied by J H Tay­
Complete
we have ever seen, and we expect extraordinary
go»»«i edm•ati*»n in a short time. There a^e
Ja* Mabec, lately’ of Bellevue, I. T..
column.
A. J. Fredenburg of this place is hauling soreness of the muscles in a very short
from Linkville, where he spent some time.
lor. comedian ami banj«>ist, will he her«* !»«•-
76 free *• holard.ip-* di*tribut» I to the »lif- ! has located in Jacksonville.
time. an.I in my «»pinion no baseball ¡»layer
results.
a
considerable
amount
of
lime
to
Ashland
Prof.
E.
T.
Kugler
has
sol»]
hi* line
ar athlete shotil«! be without thi* valuable
fvrent « «»unties of tin* State, of which tin*
fore long.
Mrs. R. E. Davis and Miss Minnie Ross from the quarry near Jacksonville.
John W Davis of this precinct killed a-
Mansii«*ld
Notni piano to the V. S. Hotel
compound.
county ha* four A new fc.atureof the school
are spending a few days at the Soda Springs
The long-threatened shower finally fell
Yours truly.
b r the totniii; y- ir i* the
Dining Hail.” a large black bear recently.
ami will r«*muve to Ashland
He is one of
More testimony in the Bailey divorce
yesterday, laying thedust, purih mg the at­
I A.ME- M I TKIE.
where student* are furnishe«! table hoartl at
Hon. S. Furry and wife of Eden precim t case was taken before j. H. Huffer, the
Babbitt-metal, in quantities to suit, for mosphere and benefiting growing veg. ta- the best musical instructors in the State,
Mju’i.rer N« v Y-»rk B i-- !*til ('luh
$1 .«U per we« k
I he catalogue/Dr* a full
made
Jacksonville
a
visit
during
the
week.
referee, at Jacksonville on Tuesday
and those who employ his services will he
<li*« u*.*ion »4 (he Normal work ami will be *alc cheap al the T ime .* office
tion much:
C. U. Barlow and F. J. Carrell of Portland
sent to any one on application.
well repaid
For sale at a bargain—a cosy dwelling
Pay your arrearages at the T imes office
V i mu /; i>
Pleasure-seekers ar«* finding the weather
house not far from the center of the town
A report that the Chinese cam,» near the called at Jacksonville one day this week
ami get »>ne of our premiums.
Jrrrjif»*«/.
al the coast and in the hills rather «?« m »I . in
WALBRIDGE
-CRANE
V B A. (bdfr.q’* H«.-
G. F. Schmidltein of Evans creek ami J. of Medford. For particulars enquire of R.
< has Frtish. d puly I’ S Marsha!, ar­
John Mi Daniel of frail creek precinct fact much more so than usual at this time i'"ll Ht»us • wouhl be raided one night last
t«-l, at Bonanza. Or.. July
t.v H«»n. (i. B Van
A.
Hoyt
of
Eden
precinct
called
here
this
w»*«
k
«
aused
much
excitement
among
the
T.
Lawton,
real-estate
agent
•
lu 1880 we »tarted in an unpretentious way at 812 K
R
uht
.
J.
I
’
..
Al
«rizo
S.
Walbri«ig<*. <4 I itile
rived from Portland Tn* sday morning and was in town during the week.
of the year.
Shasta,
»
’
al.,
to
Mi**
Mo
Ii«»
(
rare.nf Klamath
week.
Celestials, wh«» had seven men on picket
The
school-house
is
being
enlarged
ami
immediately went to Forest creek where
St.
W e did not doubt the future. Since, our stores have
counts
Or.
Parties arc still going int«> the mountains
Give your children, for Coughs and Colds. duty for a while. Il prove»! a first-class
th«» resi«i«-nrr> of
We met H. Stanclift and J a« Helm* of renovated. Four teachers will be employ­ CASEBIER DAII.M'K At
he arrest» 1 a b«»y name»! John McK»*e, in starch of nealth ami pleasure
grndually
increased with a repidity that astonished us, ne­
G;-U. W. Inaaca, i ¡ .M«-«lf<»rd. Aug ‘.«th, by Rev.
Croup, Whooping Cough ami Hoarsenes*. canard, however.
Eden precinct on our streets one day this ed. with l’rof. W. H Gore as principal, and
whose parents resale in eastern (>reg«»n.
M. A. William.*. J M. Cas »bi»*r acd Miss Min*
W«’ want correspondence from every por­ Gilmore’s Magnetic Elixir. S»ld at City
cessitating
improvement after improvement, all aimed
nie
Dahack.
the school w ill re-open about Sept 5th.
John Miller offers his entire stock of week.
Young McKee i* charged with personating
tion of the First Judicial District.
Drug Store.
hardware, the whole or in ¡»art, at cost. It
Frank Matney of tpplegate and opening
towards having a splendid structure in Sacramento nt some
Mrs Lavenburg of Ph euix is paying
The citizens of this place, one night last
Summer light* vontinu«* numerous, not­
KOKX.
The second tunnel north of the Siskiyou i* in* intention l«» retire from business
letters a«blre**ed t«» him. It seems that he
her «laughter, Mrs C. C. Low, of Linkville. week, held a meeting and formulated a let­
future time, l'hat time has come. To-«lny we are inkling
*uieanit is a short one—the shortest on the Callon him ami price hi* hardware, and a visit.
also ¡»resume I U|»on the credulity «»f a withstanding lhe warm weather.
ter to the oft’h ers of the S. 1’. R. R . call­ HOPKIN8 At (ilendal«’. Auu 7th. to Mr. ar.d
20x80
feet to the rear of our present large establishment,
j Mr- J. A. Hopkins a «laußhter.
A man, name unknown, had a leg broken line and will be finished within a fort- v«» i will find it to your a«lvantage to pur­
br«»therof Frank, wh«» resides at Portland,
Win. Bybee, Jr., who went to Idaho Ter­ ing their attention to the advantages our I I Lan oni, Iowa, paper* please <’<>pj.)
chase from him.
*
night, it is said.
to such an extent that he bought him a on the Sih, in the Siskiyou tunnel.
and
building
two more stories over the 80x100 feet. The
town
¡»resents
as
a
>ite
for
a
round-house
i
ritory last spring, returned Inune last
DAVIS — In .J»i«’kHf»nviJI«* 1 r«*cinct. Juno 27th.to
suit of clothes, swcuretl him work ami a l-
The Ashland normal school gives Jack-
Mr. aid Mrs. J W Davis, a «laughter.
Tin» daughter of B Clark of Table Rock Tues» I ay.
E. Hammond has purchased *the im­
carjienters
’
busy
hammers are heard from morn till night,
A grand entertainment will be given at
vanced money to him at «filler»nt time* son county four free scholarships.
SMITH On Siskiyou m«»iiutain. August 2d, to
provements on the Walpole homestead precinct, aged about twelve years, has been
Rev F X. Blanchet will soon start on Howard’s hull <»n Friday evening. August
Mr.
am!
Mr
.
C.
Smith,
a
daughter
.
sending
forth
u
tune
of enterprise which rings from one
Toeap the climax, young MeKec wrote a
Mourning m»tepaper, with envelopes to claim in Meadow* precinct and has already mi-sing tor several days. Nothing has a ¡»astoral tour through Klamath and Lake 12th, under the auspices of the Ladies’ Ai«l B1RDSEY In Jacksonvill«*. August 6th, to Mr.
fi tter purporting to l»e fr«»m,.M itney * par­ match, f«»r sal*» at the Trn * office
end
of
Sacramento
to
the other in encouraging tones of
taken ¡»osession.
been heard of her whereabouts, although
and Mrs. Jn* Bird*ey. a daught«*r.
counties.
Society. A t rst-( !a*s musical and literary
ent*. win live on Apph’gate. ami gi\ing
SCHMIDTLEIN- In WiltFrvilk» pr«**inr«.August
search
ha*
been
institute«!
Il
is
said
to
be
commendation.
When
completed we will have the largest
A
f«
w
copies
of
the
American
Settler
’
s
A T J«»hn* »n is n«»w (*m,»ioyed at the
the intormatb«n that they were «putt- *ick
1st, to Mr. und Mrs. G. F. Schmidtlem, a
Zach. Cameron am! J. Cantrell of Union­ programme is being arranged. and a nice
; Guide, *landar«i authority oil land ques- a mysterious affair.
daughter.
urn! uuabb* t«« harvest their (•i«*!»
l'iii* h« l'ni< n livery stable in this ¡»lace.
time
is
in
store
for
all
who
attend.
and
most
magnificent
store
in Sacramento.
town were in Jacksonville th«* forepart of
exhibited to Mr. M., ami on th« *trength
Rea«l «»ur
iml clubbing inducements
John "immons ha* purchased G Gay- i tion*. can I»«» oht.ained by calling at th»
the week.
W. R. Andrews, who has l>een praetk-
of it wa* f«irni*h-*«i money by him t«> come
j publish» «! < ■ a ! i « i «‘, ami if you want the
■ l i me * office *«»<»n.
l»»r»l’s *ah»on at Paisley, Lake county.
here, where th«* imposition Was * «oii di*
Mr* E Turner ami «laugh «’r am! Mis* 1 ing law in «»ur midst with success for some-
i ¡vadii.g j «urnalof southern < >reg»»n ami the
«--.vcred
Mi Kc»» arrived in i’ortiaml la.*t
Rev
E
J.
Whitney
of
(
larksoii,
N.
Y.
The linvt watermelons in the market
Ida
Kec«»r«l have returned from a trip to i rime ,»;i*t. left for S* attic W. T.. thi* week.
\Vvdhv-«l;iy. where hr will have a chance
-a\ * Gilmore'.* Aromatic Wine for Ft male ' br*t !)f»w -'paper «»r j»« ri>»<!.. 11 in th» Fnite«I S.»«ia S ¡-ring*
1-.vlirre he ui.l ,»< rmantly engage in the
to explain *«»me «•! bi* cio.«krd work to < i’i be foiuitl at the S F Variety Store.
State*
i«»r
th«-
,»••
<•
of
«me.
<
iil
or
s«*ml
to
Sold
Wcakuess, .*tai.»ls without a rival
. ¡«ractie«* of his proic*si«»n. 'Th** best wishes
Jmlge D» a*iy
Jas. Her«! has suecce«le«i Lee Bunch as
(>w**n Keegan, who has Iw en in the D» a«l I of hi* many friends g«» with him
th**
T
ime * ollR»*
at < ity Drug store.
engineer at the llouring mill in this pluce.
I mlian country for several weeks, has re-
Dr. S<«::i;n«Ts ba* rented the building on
I IHg Sihtmr Fmpotrtl.
L. Stacy of Ashland ha* disposed of the
1
The f<ilhiwi;*g ar«’ Rev M. A. Williams’
turned home.
lhe weather «luring the day is rather
C. Coleman ami l‘. Donegan went to
baud of celebrated Hereford cattle which Caliiorni i street, next <l.»or to P. D«»ne-
.•tppiin’mcnts
E\«ry first, s«««»- ; and
warm,
though
cool
at
morning
ami
night.
Kenm-y.
who
has
be«
n
Mr*
W
G.
Sain's valley last Saturday, where they
I he took to KI . math and Lake counties gan'.* black*mithshop. which I»«* is fitting
fifth >un«! y in each month at 5!«*<!ford ;
up i'l a mat manner for an »»ffice and res­ sojourning at the Scila Springs, returned
Mrs. Marks has retired from the res­ I several months since.
met «¡uite a number of the residents of
i thir.l Sun.lay at Eagle 1‘ int ; fourth Sumhiy I
idence. Hec«»me*wcll recomtneiide«! a* a horn«* this week
Table Ro< k precinct, who had assembled taurant business here ami removed tt» As­
| at Grant's Pass. 8» rvi«■«•* at each of the
| O. I. Stanley has about finished a**t *>-
physician
ami
surgton.
Cha*. Straubc has returned to The Dalles, above places wiil l»<- he!«i at 11 «/clock \ . m .
t-»h« ar;i ilisctission of the sc heme looking toria.
: ing Lake county ami th«* board of equal'.
towar»l the building of an irrigating»litch <»r
1 li<-¡»rice of grain has fallen considrra accompanied by his mother, who will pay
S. Simpkins, postmaster of tlie new j zation will meet at Lakeview on the last
Your correspondent notices that the edi-
canal. Set :itor Stanley was electv<I chair- Ph asant creek ¡»o.*t«»ffiee, was in town thi*
bly in th«* San Francisco ami Portland that ¡»lace a visit.
Monday in this month.
t«»rs of the A*hlan«l “Tidings” ami Med-
man of the meeting ami (’. <’»»lem:m .*vc- Week.
markets, ami may g«> still l»»wer. To the
Caj»t. J M. McCall o Ashland and E. K
ford “Transcript" have Kicked horns al­
David Law. who was seriously injure«l recent failures in San Francisco may be Anderson of Wagner creek pai«l Jack.*«>n
retary.
Scverat gentlemen gave their
Walter Plymale has gone to Salem t«>
ready. ami a* u*ua! the former indulges in
views ami there seemed to l»e a unanim- learn the printer's tra«h* in lhe ■ Statesman'’ not long since by an accident inbigSiski- ascribe«! mm h of the dullness which pre­ ville a visit last Tuesday.
a fusil.««!»* of uhu*e when “he gets the
: you tunnel, has returned to this place, vails in the grain market.
I
ity of »»¡»inion ttiat nothing g wouhl be mure office.
Mr. ami Mrs John Hall of Myrtle creek w >r*tufit.” U'ing*mh pet names as liar.
i where he i* improving.
b« neticial to that section or attract a
A huge crowd will attend the match rac<* ami Mrs. Buick of Ros« burg are visiting I et<*. Mr. ( arl -Ir li.i- • 1« «:«!«■• Uy the i»c-4 of
N.»w i* the time to bring in that woo«I
greater number of people there than th»-
Tim I’Mings ' iv* the owner* of th»» As!; ; whi« h wil! take place on the Barnes place relative* near Silver lake.
the «•ohtr«iver.*y, for hi* o|q»oncnt’* riiti-
c< •nsummali«»n of the proposed prop t. y«»u promise«! us. Don’t wait until winter ‘ land mill.* an* paying >i»ly G.) cents a i near <'«-ntral P«*int. bet ween Stilly Ri«l«ilc'*
District Attorney Colvig has gon«* to the «•i'lii «4 the fruit *!ii|»|>«-«I from Me«lford
11 was 'L • id< d to first take *tvp* toward sets in
The importance of purifying tlie bl«>od can­
' bushel tor the new wheal eoniing in. with ina;'- in i ( lias Rippey s gray horse, <»!»
se< tiring a pr» iminary survey ami a*cer-
scene of the Keen murder on the Siskiyou, wa- h"t ¡>romj»t«”i by the best of motives
. . . 1 .
;I Ml
not l>e overestimated, for without puic blood
! the 2t»th. The stakes are for $250 a side
. • .¡ter
I future pric »s uncertain.
tain the ha* l I iiity ami « o>( of
ami will t li(»r«mglily investigate it.
you cannot enjoy good health.
prise
I he d ' : b (which will bi m •arly .»» A-kew»»( Sam * vallev were in t »wi ve*
•I r. / \ g \ / h *
F. M Stanley, lately of Willow Sprin rs ; ami th«* di*tam < 3o0 y-it<1>.
At tins season nearly every one nerds a
miles lungi wi 1 take water from Rogue lerday
Joh’i (« Wright <»f S.detn wh«» h.indies
iji> I i«]:!’
*;; \ s I ’ at I .»in (< nfiiii t'«»um!
ptei in« t. has sKi|»|»ed to eastern Oregon,
r.v T unl wiii : rri .aie ncai y pm.iKN) ter» *
! good medicine to rnrify, vitalize, and enrich
<;««•.
Siurrclt
’
s
st««ls
in
Or
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u
her«'
P
‘
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miner*
4:
«
<
t:ii»g
r<
.clv
l«»r
w
inter.
D"g tax i* m»w «lu«»
D >n t fail to see leaving numerous creditor* t<» ni*>iirii their p’l th» !»«■ •; Indian « «untry lc.-eiitlv tin*
of Limi. We h •P • to sc.- it »•«»nstritclv ! it
the blood, and we ask you to try H<x>d's
. lx- day (hi* week «»:i !»u-:m - .
an early dale.
M ir-h.»l Curti* at. once ami save your lack of business judgment.
« it iiiii'z-np i* st.I ;.««i:«_ «»n :it the Stcr-
i skull «»f a whi!" man. which ha«l evi«l*-ntiv
Doriiliar »‘•irsai-arilix It strengthens
We learn that Mi*. Wm. Pri«’*t ¡¡it« n«ls •ir.g mint s.
• ULUIICU ¡mj buUda up the system,
canine.
I/»»- Vxir Term
Jerry Hay, a merchant of Harrisburg, ! lain tin t«* b»r yr.»:*. He l»«-lieves it to hi*
removing to Washington tei rit«»ry, wh« r«
creates an appetite, and tones the digestion,
Heaps
of
melons
are
n«»w
being
shipped
I
that
<»f
a
shuemakt
r
from
Ph*«
nix.who
was
Th«-
h«**t
ml
(
li«*.ip«
*i
mining
hi.ink*
for
St. Mary s Academy of this city will
formerly of tins county, while adjusting a
while it eradicates disease. The peculiar
her mother resides before long.
to the Willamette valley from southern
sale at the T ime * office.
commence it.* t wviity-serond annual ses.*ion
binder one «lay recently, had the imlex lost out there some twenty-live years ago.
combination, proportion, and preparation
Mrs. E. C. Kane of Ashland is paying
Oregon.
A fre'h supply of the Amcritan Mining I of the vegetable remedies used give to
on Monday. Aug. 2f)th. During the last
finger of one hand cut off.
Ther»' is quit«* .in ex< itement in Ashland
Jacksonville a visit, having been called code, >tamlur«l authority on th«* Mibject,
Ja* Winningham intends leaving for the
year several improvements have been made
Hood’s Sarsaparilla pecul- T- Ifeplf
1‘lymale’s stage line to Medford is well ami vi-initv over fruit land«, ami real-
here by the illness of her mother.
iar curative powers. No ■
IlSCII
in thi* in.*tituti >n for the health and com c*»a*t in a sh«»rt time for the benefit of his patronized, as also is his livery stable, estate transactions are numerous there.
or sale at the T im r* office.
other medicine lias such a record <>f wonderful
Marshal Curtis has returne«i from a trip
tortol the pupils
fhc gem ral di*cipline health.
where excellent teams ami vehicles may be I.ami which was «■<*n*iderc<l worth only a
E. R..y .-ind J. >iov« r L ive wing«lammed
cures. If you have made up your mind to
of the school is uniformly mild, but firm.
W. S Gray amt J E. Randles, of Chim­ obtain« «1 for all »»crasions
few «lollar* in acre live years ago is in to Josephine county, where lie has l»(« n Rogue nv»-r. a a a jni!c.* from Gohl Hill. ' buy Hood’s Sarsaparilla do not t>> induced to
l«>«»king
after
his
mining
interests.
No influence i* vxerci.*ed om r the «»¡«mion.* ney R« h k precinct, ma«le us a call one day
som*
’
instam
•
*
now
selling
for
$_
’
'»»
an
acre.
ami
a»«
making
g«»«»«!
wages.
take any other instead, ft is a Peculiar
T«»m Riley of the Fartmr s Exchange
of non-Catholic- , but for the maintenance recently.
N F. Steadman ha* been a*-isting 8«obi«
Ayer’s S;«- -uparilla i* <!• «igm*«l tor those
The !c-!ge r- • -nil. Uncovered at the Dry I Medicine, anil is w< rthy your confidence.
c,»ntinu«‘s to add to the looks of his salu«>n
of good order all are r« qutrc-l to conform
in
the
masonry
on
the
Siskiyou.
He
has
Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists
I h»* government elsewhere advertizes for ami to the comfort of his patr«»ns, whit h who need :i im di« inc to purify th« ir blood.
diggingsin J'>*cphine county is sai«l to be
to the general regulations. Strict atn-ntion proposals for furnishing Fort Klamath
Prepared by C 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
No other pr«*j>ar ition so well meets this also been acting as «leputy sheriff.
makes his a popular resort.
b«'th lu ll And well-d* fine«!
is paid to the moral and intellectual culture with flour.
Theo Bernheim, representing Koshland
li in« rea*es the appetite and reju­
Work i* continuing steadily at the quartz
A railroad station for the head of Rogue want
of pupls. All letters to and from the pu­
Sheriff Dean and Assessor Childers have river valley, at the foot of Siskiyou moun­ venate* the whole system. Its record of Bros, of Portland, was in the valley th * ; mines in Wagner creek district and Bren-
pils are subject to the supervision of the
been at the Siskiyou on official business tain, is to bo established south of Ashland, 4«» years is one of constant triumph over week looking for hides, skins, etc
tano <k Co arc will pleased with th«’ pros­
Supvrion *^
Vo. al h '*on* ami ¡»i.iin and
disease.
('has. Kohn, a prominent liquor dealer of pects.
this week.
ornamental nee<ll?-w«jrk are taught gratis
to lie called Houck station
Rolierts .t O'Neil’s field of grau» in E<kn Portland, was in the valley this week on
During Its long and suce< **íul existen» <
A c arload of wheat was shi,»i»C'l to San
Rapheal Mor.it has rcturne«! ir»»m Toots
Grain is not turning out as well as ex­ precinct was set afire by a spark from a business, anil took numerous orders.
st. Mary s Academy gained an enviable
creek, having fini*hvd cleaning up at his
reputation, one which is second to none en­ Francisco this week from the Medford pected in every instance. The few hot passing locomot ive a few days ago, Doug.
UNDERSIGNED WILL OH I R FOR
Prof. Merritt is exjiecte»! to return home mines. ID- (lid well, everything consid­ rpii!
joyed by a similar *» ho«»l on the northwest warehouse.
1 sale at auction, t«« th«- hitfhot bidder for cash.
days when the cereals were ripening caused Strong inform* us. Fortunately’ the fire
1111(1 'Vjlk" Militili «£•!->
We expect ami hope Io see it
c-a*t.
in
a
few
’
days.
He
finds
the
weather
of
•
>n
Stationery of every description al costat them to shrivel more or less.
ered.
patronize- ! ev« n more liberally than in the
was immediately seen by several persons. the eastern States t«>» warm fur comfort
77/•//•'*«h/ V, N' ]>!• alia r S,
About
in gukl-dust has been sold
theS F. Variety Store. The *t«»ck must be
past.
H H Little, who recently opened a cof­ wl.«> extinguishc«! it before any serious
all the valuabh* iin:»r<»v«*:n«*nts on hi* h<»in«**t#*A«i
Henry I). Kubli of Apj»legat«». who is at Jacksonville • uring the past season. claim i*i JarliHonvill«» v»r«*cinct. ir<-lu«lin« farm­
dosed «»ut.
fee house and restaurant at Ashland, is damage resulted.
State I air L.rhlbit
ing iinph*in«*nts,liv«*stock,hou*«»h<»l«land kitchen
Much
of
tbi*
w.-ut
into
ir«
illation,
greatly
suffering
with
a
severe
attack
of
acute
1
!m,»otency in Man or Woman cured by improving the looks of his place of busi­
Buy your g«n»ds of th -e merchants who
furniture, etc
A F. Miner <*f PorF.ind, rcprv*vnting
rheumatism, was in tow ii, necompar ic«l by relieving the stringent time*.
Thi* if- a splendnl opportunity to obtain bar­
Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine. Sold at City ness ami bids fair to do well.
a«lverti*r. Tin y are sound business men
the : t.itv Fair A--<»< ¡.bion, who was here
The Swindvn mine i* al*o attracting the gain* in thi* line
hi* wife.
Drug Store.
and intend *t:iving in the country. Those
WILEY PARKER.
Wickham
A
Luckey,
real
e*
tate
agents
m»l long *im e for th • p:irpo*e of encour
Jacks-eivilli». Au.’. 1U, 1<*7.
Dr Braden of Walla Walla, (»nr of the attention of a company from
11.
Whelpv of at Ashland, arc doing a good business, as who do n »t ;i lv» rlise will ««»on move or
R. H
Dean and T
aging our it;z.’. !i* to mak»- an exhibit of the
probably the same which i«
Fh’Unce Rock precinct were at the county- they attend to all matter* intrusted to their retire fmm busine**. am! «Io not care for a owners of the quartz mill at work <m the Wagner « reck mines experted.
won«t tul reoarrrs .»¡Jack* on county, i-
reputaihm. hence care nothing for a name site of the Swindell ledge, was here a few
care with ability and dispatch.
meeting with g«»«»d re uits in other coun- seat «his week.
Klippcl A l.yt ♦ hav«» their a rastras at In the matter of ili-* ■ -tat«» of John Straub«-,«! -
days since.
iling.
■ of xpiare
A new’ line of choice Key West am! do­
lies
Those who Lave extra spec iiuens ot
tin Roten ledge on Kane creek in shape VOTICE1S HEREB ì ' g 7 v EN THAT HIE LN
David C. Smith, formerly of Eniontown
John
Miller,
who
lias
been
in
San
Fran
One «»f the best things that Sam Jones
cereals, gra*.’rs, fruits, or of any other mestic cigars just receive«! at the S. F. precinct, is now a resident of Josephine
and will cotnnn ncc crushing ore at one«’. 15 «iersigno'l hi«* b«*«»n .up;-■ »inted by th«- county
ha* ever *ai<l concerning temporalities, is cisco laying in a large and first-class *to- k
*
Their prospects arc favorable.
court of Jackfon county. Or«»g«>n. sitting in Fro­
product <4 southern Oregon, can have Variety Store.
county, being in the employ of Mrs Dr.
llate, executrix of the estate of J«»hn Straulw*.
the following: “The most beautiful sight of goods fur this market, rcturne«! home
them forward« «1 free of charge tn Salem
We warrant Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir to Stirling of Slate creek precinct.
Quartz mining 1* again looking up in »h’Crastsl.
in the world is to see a family around a last Sunday.
All persons ind«»bt«*d to hhììì «-ftat«* are r,-quitt­
by I«--iving ti»e *anic al the T imes office. relieve the Asthma in one minute. Sol«!
southern (>rcg«»n ami we have faith that a
T. J. Cress, the scientific painter, is still cheerful fir«» with the head of the group
Arthur Soule has obtained a scholarship tew good ledges will be fouml and operated ed to netth* the s-une nnru -tliately. and those luiv-
where they will I m * ¡»roj»eily taken « are of. City Drug Store
ing claims ag unst th«» «•-tate will prc»<*nt them
busily engaged. His services are in demand reading hi* local ncw«pa,»er which he ha<! in the State norma! school at Monmouth, a here in th«* near future. Such a circum­ to mo at Willow Spring* precinct. Jackson
Notliii'-* v. til«! prov»» im»r»* benefit ial or
Heading has generally been completed He is being assisted by his brother-in-law.
induce immigration t«> flow into this sec­
countv, Or«*gon. with the pr«»per vouchors at-
first-class institution, and will soon leave stance would help tlie county materially.
paid for in advance ’’
tarh«*d. within six months from th«» tirat publi­
tion better than a tir*i < la** «li*pl:iv of our an«l the threshing-machines art* bu. ily at Mr. Fischer, lately from Wisconsin
We are inf«»i ue! that neg »tintions are cation of thia • ;• ■■
S'.meof tin* roughest characters imagin­ for that place.
product* at the State iatr and su'h*c*uicnttv work everywhere.
« IIKlSTIN \ STRALBE, Ex.xmtrix.
at the Me* liani« * fair in l*«*rthin«!. 1.» t
Miss
Mollie Crane, formerly of tbi* under way to sell Cornelius A ( «». s mill
The largest, best ami cheapest line of able hav»* ("iigregatcd on the Siskiyou
Dated August lu. 1*H7.
Tic*. Watkins of Mt. Carmel has been
«»ur citizens interest themselves in this
and
the
Swindell
«¡uartz.
ledge,
in
Rock
clwwing and smokingtoba«'c«»s in southern mountain. an«l it is a womler that more county, was recently married to a young
l^iiie 1 *111*11 s»; oli»*
matter ami see that we are ¡»r«»p« rly rrpre- paying hi* brother. Mark Watkins, of big
Dregon—25 different kinds—always kept at « rime needing the attention of the author­ gentleman from Siskiyou county. Cal., at Point precinct, to parties from abroa«! f«»r
scnte«l.
Applegate, a visit.
a
round
sum
1
hi*
i*
n«»
doubt
quite
val
the S. F Variety Store, Jacksonville
*
ities does not conic to the surface. Our Bonanza. Klamath county.
In the County ('«»urt <»f th»» State «f Oregon, for
liable ¡>r«>, eriy.
The Pi'ineers’ picnic will be hel«l at Ash­
I Su>l . trrif/ruf.
tin» County of Jackson.
Wni Cole, who has ha«l much experi­ sheriff ar.<! his deputies are quite vigilant,
We are pained to hear that W A. Munly.
Dr \\ Il IA« r« tie of P«»rtl (ml. the min­ Cha*. Nii keli, Flaintdt, v.*. L. J. Foster and (i.
Jimmy, thetw(*lve-y»*ar-ol«i *<»n of W J. land early next month, The programe
ence in the Black hills an«l other mining however, ami are on the scene quite often
W. Williams. D«*f»»u«i<t:its.
private secretary of Hover nor i’enimyer is ing • x,-ert. win» i* in the c »unty on a tour
Gregory *4 Manzanita pre« inct. wasdr<»wn- will he issuetl soon.
G. W. William-.one of th«» ab.»ve-nann*d de-
countries,is now located at Blackwell,where
Vincent hospital, the result of of inspection, spe ak* favorably of «»ur min- r«» fendanta
Tin re is not a place in th«* interior where at St
r«l in Butt« « reel» last Sunday
In com­
1 he greatest bargain* in all kinds of mer- In* is rngag' <1 in prospecting for «,uartz.
IN rm: NAMI OK THE STATE OFOHLGON
being thrown from a carriage
«•ral
rcsiiurce.*
and
is
<»f
the
««¡»inion
that
the
la(e*t
ami
most
improved
methods
in
pany with *«‘H • - th« r b«»y* he ti n! cut« red ( handisc ' an he «»!■’ lined by calling soon
1 Yon ar»» hereby re«|uir»xi to appear ami answer
Ex-Senator and Mrs, L. F Grover have several good quartz mines exist here. He th»» complaint of the alH>ve plaintitl in the ahove-
*
Dolls, toys, base ami rubber balls, mar­ photogra,»hv are empl«»ye<l to a great­
that stream i«»r 0ir purp«>*r of bathing.and on Newman Fisher.
entitltxi
Court, now on tile with the Clerk of
ha*
recently
i-
«
ated
for
himself,
in
the
ble*. harmonicas, jew*liarp*. vases, picture er extent than .it ’he Ashlaml gallery. I.o- returned to Portland from a visit to New Siskiyou, a
alt« mvtvl t«» reach lhe other -i-h- thr«»ugh
well defined Ivlg«» bearing »»aid Court, within ten days from the dat»» of th»*
A man name I Miles was hadly crippled
gan
alway
s
k<
-p*
up
with
the
procession
York
ami
Washington.
Their
many
swvice
of
this Nuinm<mi> upon you. if s-‘rv»d in
frames,
etc.
,
of
every
description
al
the
a hole in whi':h th ■ u;ii«T si « h »«I several
promising or«»
ii tim Si* kiyoti nmui’tains a few’days ago
JackKon countj. Or«‘gon; but if nerved in any
ami h is inline I i widespread reputation friends gave them a warm welcome
lowest prices at th«»S. F. Variety Store. *
feet dc«*p. («citing bey«»ml hi* depth an«l
other
county
in tie* Slate of Oregon, th»*n within
Stock
in
the
l:i'
‘
ks«):ivi!le
Milling
A
Min
­
by a runaway team.
for doing lirst-class w«»rk at reasonable
Rev. W P Williams will go to the M. E ing ( «1.'.* quartz mine in Jackson creek dis­ twenty »lays from th«* «l ite of the M«*rvice of this
being unable to swim, be e.«»ul«l n«»t reach
Deeds, mortgages am! every descripti«»a
summon*
upon
you; or if M»rv«d on you out of
The white man and the Chinaman who
price*.
*
conference in a short time. Having been trict i* h'1’1 firmly, with an upwar«! ten. th«* State «»f Orison, or by publication, then by
shore an»l di«»wnr«l dc-j it«* th«* I»«-t < tT »rt*
of real-estate ami legal blanks for sale at
of his r«»mpani«»ns, who lust n<> time in were hurt by side tunnel No. 2 caving in on
G. F. Billing* ha* *«»l«l the farm of \V. 11. here two years already, he will ptobably be
the first day of the term of ( ourt following Mien
the T imes offic«» at Portland ¡»rices
Give
ilem-y to the ¡»rice
Pr«»*,»vcts continue «♦»rvice. viz the 3<i <iay of Octolx»!-. Ihn7. An«i Ma«l<» of M-l»-<-t«’«l 't-H-k l»v th<- l>i 't American Maiinfai-turen-.
I’I cmc
giving the alarm
The b«»«iv wa* re«-<»v« r< «1 them have b«jth died.
Atkin*«.n in Ashland ¡»rei inct, six miles transferred elsewhere, we regret to learn.
ih a call, if you nerd anything in the blank
«¡nite promising, plenty of g«»»»«l «»re being in yon are h«»reby notified that if you fail to answer
>«>«»n aft-; w ar«!
Jimmy w . i -; i ¡■.••»im-ic g
liesja-ctfiillv,
Miid complaint, a* her.-by re«p.iir«-<i. th«* plaintiff examine Goods ami Prices before piir< lia«ing.
s<»uth <»f A*hlaml (known as the old ('lay-
Eastern sugar-cured hams canned corn line.
I i-i 11
J
Mr Tarirel, who supplies the people with sight, ami lhe owners *cvm confident that will apply to th«« Court for a judgment against
»I. n T nan .
ton place), tn ('..I Junie* Scobie, th«* ma
beef and chipped beef, best quality, at J.
I in th«
candy, fruit, newspapers, etc , on on«» of they have a bonanza
Two gentlemen you for tin* num of $l j’i J'l. wit h interest at the
One «lay last week about fifty laborers
Tue*'iay. We teinler «»¡ir sympathy ’«»the N’unan’s. Jacksonville
s »nry e«»n 1ract«»r f«»r the S. P R. R . f«»r$(».- railroad trains running been Portland and from P< rtlaml vi*it«;«i the mines «me day rate of ten per e«*nt. per annum fr«»m June 29.
•
lMHrt,
an«l
$30
nttorn«*y
f«»«»H,
together
with
the
parent*. -•> *ud«L-lily t»« reft «4’ «>nc h their
from the Siskiyou tunnel passed through
Altliough they sai«l little th«*v cost* and disfiui seiuents of this net ion.
Threshing is in full blast, and a big crop this city, en route to Albany, where they 5! mi . Mr Atkinson also s«»l«I livestock of A* bland, paid our town a visit on Tuesday. thi* week
bright ffower*.
left tiie impre**ion that thev w«»r<* *ati*fic«l
Published in th- D emocratic T imes for mx
the value* of $*<>» t«» ('ol
■A ’obic, says the
is being harvested though it will not be IS
N«*thing wotll«l consecutive w«*eks, by nn order <4 H<n. E.
E. A. Swope, Portland’s lea<ling job with what ’h- v - i v ther«’
expect to obtain employment on the<>. P
“Tidings ”
i
ttrHtjinut ><»«•■»..
fi.
Ip
l;.
(
,.*
?
\it:«
’
in
1
the
win»
•
c«»u^\
;i*
DePautL
Judge of the aaid County ' ourt, made
large as it first expected.
R. R
printer, who is making s»iutl»crn Oregon a
mm !, a* ih«* a« « ■/. Uion <»'■ the ii >|H** «»I th«* Auuust rt. B*7
Uberai >umiay->ch*>«>l ami Bible cla*.*
Many suffer« r* fr-»m liw*r ami ki«lnev
A p >*t«'tfirr ha« bc.*n estnblishe«! at
Given
under
my ha i l this 1 ■ h day < f Aug­
visit, accompanied by Mr Murphy, paid .1 M. A M < '.»
Tap<k-mr;i.*ur«•*, rufir*. indelible pencil*,
meet* ev«*rv ’*iimlay at 11 i« «■:<»< k \. M. at ('«Tie’«* valley. D«»iigla* county, with J.
ust. is>57
I.. kw ring*, ami a ”<ou-.*.n I ami on«* notions « •.mi l ii* t- woiil'l timl great relief, and the T imes «4hee a call W»«lnesdny. Tlic\
r. r prim .
lhe F. M. Hall. T »lent.
m i iv
• •• entir» ly cutc«l. if they
Churchill a* ¡»«».*tma*tcr.
Aster*.• y f«»r l la«;.tiff.
"'"I Orratctt Oitror rtf.
Th' ¡ a
un«l n »veltir* f«»r * «''• it th«* S. F Vari«*ty '\«*1 i |..-r*-e\ < r« in th«* «1-«» ef Frcse’s Ham- left for Portland last night.
Rev. .1 R Robert- w-'l n-»t me* t his ap
Dr. J D«T itt’* H.unhiirg I : - -A «•'>*-
Wr .or informed that J T. R«»li*«jn, who Si'<*e. Yon e.»n get what«*ver y«»u want
Rev D. O. Glmrmley. pa*t«»r of the I’rc*-
huriz I*-«. a ;i
*jmpi<* v«-g«*t;ii>!«* rem«-«lv.
pointment at Bri«w*lt<»n» «m tin» ««« .nut
\ ' -
*1
I
is m»w in New York, does not intend re­ there.
•
byt«*ri;in
church
<4
‘
East
l
’
*»rtlaml,
started
Hun«lav. owing to «>th«»r « ng.i/«mient.*.
which a« ts Ilk«- nutgi«* on th«**«* «»rg.ms,
« rest to the Me hr.d I’r-It* *M »:i
gr« aif-t
turning to Ja*•k-oi.vilb*.
Monday
i«»r
Ashland
From
th;
t
p«»int
he
S< bool Sujwrintrmlenl Jar«»bs will next cleansing aw.iv ,*il| impurities ami restor­
A I»O«»!1 !•» c ver\ ir «il*»-h* ’M. A III **t <h'!i
Regular *<u \ • • « w ill b» h« h! at the ‘ ’¿ith-
from In the ('«»unty <'«»urt Af fli • Sta’1* «»f ()r *,’ >n. f«»r
.
Summer lights bl«.** med out at Deskins week distribute th«» school funds appor­ i ing to vigorous health those ¡»arts so long goes with a ¡»arty to Crater lake. He will • ions laxati. oi pur alive prepare-!
o’i: « li’ircli ic I-t< k ---i.\ i'• -’i Sumb-.y, at
fruit* ami vegetal»'«-*.
egctables. S i ¡>erle«’tly harm
JackHot» ( '«»unty
i
he absent in all three weeks.
« usual I. «H. !•> R« v I \ r.I.im h« t.
I* O one «lav la*t week. The combat tioned to this c«>unty by the State
The iin«h»r bondage to «lisease.
(♦»•* «**t it<* <>f tho minor heirs TT 13 IMPOSSIBLE TO SAY TOO MCCH IS PB a ISE OF THIS GOOD OLD RTtvn.nr»
I»-** tha’ they may li I».- a Iministerc«! with In th«* ìiriti'T
<»f
Mury
h.
Mark.
•!.•»*••.►*.*<!
wa**
fir
r«*e
w
bib*
it
last»»«!.
app«nti«mmcnt
will
be
more
liberal
than
C
G.
Jones,
T.
Bates,
J,
Kohn.
J
J.
entire safety to an in'ant. So efficacious
The roadhcl of the (’. A <». line has been
A family msdicine. It cannot be too highly rocommt uded, m it ia truly a MARVEL up THE
Divine *c
Y \ IR TLEOI AN ( RIDER OI SAIA DUI A
to
adults
tli
it
a
sinzle
d«»sr
will
prove
th«
ir
cl«»se«l within about eight miles of connec­ Dickenson, M. Schwartz. W. H. Brown,
E churt^i in
Ebler A
M
First class early ¡»rarhes have been usual
i*bU«*«l «»ut «>f th« ab »v.- ••ntiti» 4 ( «»urt, thè AGE, and no hcutieholC should be without it. It prevents aa well aa cure« Skin DincUMw.Gout,
value, arnl so elegant a preparation that it
un«i»»r-Ì4 usi. cutrJii» ; <»f Ra. i mmor ln»it*. will.
tion, but a* th» work i* now through tun- W. Jones. G. W. Pickett ami a few other nee«i* "lily to be prr*cutod to th«- public !«»
b»r *« vera 1 ev- raise«! in < ■ »i»*i<lcr.tbl«» number* in Table
Johnson ami \\ di <■«>nti
A Bieber ha* rrtur
Rheumatism, Gravel, and all Kidney Disease*. Affected Liver, Headache, Kauuea, Bile Wind,
on
rnings.
m•’* prim ip illy ti er«» i* m» ( Lance to short­ rej»re*pntativcs of San Francisco houses, become a n<»cc**ity in every household
1U>«'X pr« « im t this season.
and entered the rn
N«if arda¡/,
pti info /</,
Indigestion, Constipation, Diarrh ea and Dysentery, Fever and Ague, Siecpk * ku « sb , l^aaitade,
thoiiqhout
the
iarul.
For
liver
complaints,
en staging or «!*.-¡» cum - with it. until con­ were iti town during the week.
II
Rev. \\ I*. W iiliani' will hul.l «-rvices
r «*11 to th«» high« -«« hidd«*t, for
in hand. At Foul Breath, and every disease brought on or aggravated by a disordered gtmuach. Tt i* a Spe­
N«»trs, :r< « ipt.*, due-hills, ord'TS ami R«**s at Lakeview
habit- al constipation, in liges!i«m. .Iy*j»«-j- thot’oiirl !!••«’.*•• do<»r in .hi<*k*«'nvill«». in “a;«i
nection is cffc'ted. When trains run
at the M
I. cliUE b Hl J;»• k--iiivillc <»n cimeks. in l•■>'»ks. in «¡uantities to suit, for posted men on laml
A. S. Hammond, lately of Minneapolis. sia ami pile*, th«’.v are a *peeitlc. I’o tr:iv- rounty an«l Hmt«', nn u-ulivi«!«*«! on«**fhir<i «* hc ! i . cific against contagion and an efficacious remedy for Bdioubnees, Nervousness, Scrofula,
through to Portland the tri,» from San Minn., is engaged in making an abstract of cl< is l»v s»-a ami lam! will be f«»uml inval­ in and tu th«* f«»il«»wi:m «io-crii» *1 pi<«p» rty i»»*- Jaundice and Dyspepsia.
< Iregon.
Sunday, morning and evening, when he sale < h« aj» at the T imes office.
!" *aul miro«», lo wil :
v ill preach hi* f.irewell sermon*.
the county records pert lining to the real* uable: they are positively unfailing in their l«»ng;ng
Thomas 'Vright of Willow Springs and Francisco can be made in thirty hours
Th«* *<»u’!i n!f •»* tii-'SVV '■ * «»f S •<. i-ont ini’i»
It Purifira the Blood, Cletuses ILo stomach and Ik>wcl», afi<l giv«u the who? ry»t<ma
A new line of crib-b«»ards. poker chips,
action, and thi« I* the only medicine «»ver
He
estate
in
the
upper
end
of
the
valley,
H»
a«*r«
—
.
h i «! («••» SE ’» «»f S .(*». **«int-»iniug
The
business
of
the
Jacksonville
Marble
Nichola«
B.
Wright
of big Applegate,
offeirdtothe public that i* a« reptabl«* to arrt*M,atl>n
< ard*. <<
etc.. ««an always be fotiud at the S.
Tp (* S. «4 il 2 E
1 '!«•■ < ■<• ( Imif <>f Healthy and Delightful Tone. Th« re never was a Medictn« for the hungry «-«¡ q >1 to it
.Irrj.lrH/« A »<».,■•••»••« <•„*«
thorn
uglily
understand*
bi*
business.
the ta te. ami so pleasant that children tli«* S\V ' a . i. I ti'«» SA’ -i ni th« SW ‘.i «4 K 12;
brothers, who fought in the Mexican war. Work* will continue right along under the
F. V iriety Store. Jacksonville.
*
I'hoM* in < luirze <•« 11»- railroa*! wor* on
will eat the fi n a* eagerly a* candy. For an«i il'«* MV '« «»f tli"
i uf H II.
Tp.;’,*S.
have be«n granted pensions, which they management of th«* as*ignec. A H. Msvgly.
The ¡»arty consisting «if J i*. R N "I »ill
W L Fitzgerald, lately of Butte creek,
Tti«*north haif <»f
*alc l»v « very Dmg;i*! thr«»ugh«»ut .he «»f R 3 . . <*««ii;.ii-fin ? pi ! aro-
tho Si.kivoii moiinta ii ut I ii to luive:» rc< I-
Anybo«lv dc*iringa tombstone, monument, two sons. J. A. Larsen ami Hu* N."Vliury, w<u l«l
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCIS^S ANO CROCERS.
richly deserve.
Price 25 c« nt* a ’»ox. J. J. Mack thè prorni* »* k.t«» a u a- l < • A* » «ì. an i S trali A
is
at
Linkville
am!
may
give
instructions
l<
r •„' iT'l *’or life, lu iitii -• fro:n tin num­
stone coping, etc., will find it t«»theira«i- who si tarted on n trip to Crat«-r lake a few A < «» . Drop *. 9 am! 11 Fr««nt street. San F«»r«i)<*i* <’lai «1’-ign it<*4 a* clami N". ♦'(. Ifving
Newman
Fisher
ami
wif«*
leav**
for
S
in
¡»art*
<»f
s
-rtion*
3.
|.
9
«n4
1
’
.
in
Tp
39.
S.
of
R
1
ber of adi h nti or.uri.i,- th-
ILirU.y in instrumental mu*ic whil«* there.
Vj;nt:»gc to « all *o«m, as ¡»liccs have been week* . ajro. returned liom - Sunday. They Fram i- «•<», (' 11».
r,. H'ui b«» iu«L*i ami «ì’»*<Tit»«'d a* follows, t<» w.t ;
Fran«-i*c«» on Sunday evening. arc«un| .i-
f
a il.iv pa"'- ''Ut wii.it »'•• li'-.ir "i . .•■ h -U h I v
E«l I*. Ir wi . I r several year* a r»-sid«»nt
ih«ginning at •« p<»mt «i <*a i»n* an<! '2 hnkti N hii «I
tiie«i by Mi** Maggie Linn
Mr. F. will reduce«' «•«•'i*i'!« rabiy. First-class mechan­ re|»ort that there ia eoneidernbie snow
13 <4iain* K'idiV» link* • <>f th«* ’ t S cinior «>n ilio
Eureka.
belli 4 hurt, .in I often the re.uit. .< ■ i.it.il. of this place, is now employe«! oil (»UP of
line b*’tw«*-n Kii«l weet .«»in»and 1". ami running
lay in a large st«ick of g'Mjds for this mar­ ic* ar«1 emp.ovci there ami the best of m»ar the lake
\V< ean n-eriiie this only to the ernnhia th«» nrW*| iper- at Tacoma. W. T.
I hr ub-’t » «4 California mean.*. I have «bene«* N il Chain*an«i - • link*;then •«• E 2 chain*
workrd turned «»ut
S.-«ti*fa«-tion guaran­
ket win!«* gone.
J.
W.
Thompson
ami
wife,
of
San
Diego.
[
foil
ml
if
Only
in
that
lam!
of
sun*hine,
and
*5»» link*; thenco N i'J chain* and 73 link«; Hix miles H»»utii of Grant's P hhi , Josephin
r»rrlct<«ne-. .tnU hurry of the railroad
teed
*
Dr. la k <»n has lost his pocket’» » »k.
County, Oregon.
Cal., arrived in Ashland last w.»ck from where the mange, lemon, olive, tig ami tiirnc«»E33<’liainsan'l'.«3 link*; thnnce 8 > chain«
<',.o;|.inv ; "I it. otii. l.l>.. Wil ■ -e. 'll t. 14
Eli*: All fits *t«»|»i»rd free by Dr. Kime’*
and
MS
link*; and thence W 34 chain* rii «1 63 link«
’i ll«’ Y«ti. . J«»urn::l says that the railroad
DEPARTMENTS.
irard human tieiri^* li’* e. u .tin . t-ert.-r «•«mt iiiH’.i.’ several article« of value, ami «»f- Great Nerve Restorer. No I fits aftei first
the north, on their return from a tour graic bloom ami ripen, amt attain their t<> th«« place <»f b«*ginning. containinK 319 aerea
comp my will pr.il-ably commence work on through the eastern States. They paid | highest perfection in mid-winter, arc the and «H 1UU of an acre.
f» r* a librril rvwar«! for its return
than animal-, 'th1 ot..- •» A i. it K
J. M. MARK.
I—Colh-ce of libera) arts
«lay
*
use.
Marvelous
cures.
Troati*p
ami
herbs
ami
gum
found,
that
are
used
in
I'.l w i. I.ll. ! Ii’14 it. elt. I., .;i II, i en-Mee.l
Guardian.
U-C<»ll<»go of nudicine. Dr E. P. Fraser,
at Dun.*muir. Shasta
Enyart, latviv fr«»m ea*trrn Or«»g«»n. I«’ i rial bottle fr«*«* t«» tit cases. Semi to Dr. the roiimi-hoii*.
Mrs. T. s parents, S«juire Eubanks and that pleasant remedy for all throat and
dean.
in tlie-.Illi - tunnel » >rk .1. . i lent, rarely
county, ( ;»l , thi* week, ami have a num­
lung
trouble*
The
city
Drug
Store
has
III < <iUeg» <»f law. Judge W M. Ramney,
;*
m
w
*
ami»«
«!
in
Apphar
rtr
precinct,
and
wife,
a
visit
before
returning
home.
liappeneil.
Kline. 931 Arch St..
<1«'«U.
been appointed agent for this valuable Cali-
ber of rm n now at work procuring sand for
will i rol-ably I«»« at«- in that section.
IV Women'« colltgo. Mi* C. (' Hawley
Lewis G. Ross, a member of the firm of forn a remedy, ami sells it under a guaran­
.« fw»»/ .'lal.
Ad. Hdm< store and C. Livingston's ba­ mixing ii,» mortar. Dunsmuir is likely to
<l«Mm.
John S'rauii ■ of Willow Spring-preeinct,
J II. Griffi-.who had the contract for loon, on the Siskiyou, were destroyed by be one of the most important ,»laces on the Cogswell A’ Ross, who have an extensive tee af fl a bottle Three for 2.50. Try Cal­
V •('oriM<»rvHtory of muric Z. M. Pervia, di-
ifornia ( ’at-r-< lire, the only guaranteed cure
I t ; nt«M*k. oonait»ting of
rhetor.
who uinl recently, wa- »<> ol<> ami highly building the m w school house near Gohl fire early last Saturday morning. ¡»r«»bably line, where a large force w ill be employed practice before the Lakeview land oilice. for Catarrh, $1, by mail fl 10.
VI- L'nivernity academy.
re<|H< teil citizen of southern Oregon. In- Hill, has finished it ami did good work.
i l»eing the work of an incendiary. The by the company to keep the regular train paid relatives and friends in this valley a
VH Art 4«*i>artinnu<
Mi«»» Marie Craig, in­
in successful operation since iS«, patronized from
structor.
all sections of the Northwest. entî<>i*e<! ly
tluitrioiii. upright uml enterprising, he
Three Favor itet
Will l.ytle has gone to Willow Springs 1 store was insured.
engines and extras needed as ¡»ushers over short visit last week. Lew. is showing
buhineM
men
and
leading
cducutois.
great
efficiency
in
his
chosen
culling
and'
Have the following to say of Wisdom’s
leaves tlie patrimony of a good name to precinct to enter the employ of Klippci A
heavy mountain grades.
The finest fields of corn we have seen this
THE MOST PERI H TIA ! Ql II’PI l» M IIOOL
tli. ..' who mourn the h ath of a kind liu<-
we are glad to learn that he is doing well i RolnTtine, the great beaut i tier and pre­
Co.. who are at work on the Roten ledge
year are those of O Harbaugh ami I. W
of it* das* on the ('-»a»t, it offer* private cr class
ban I iml father
u. ■
’»•’ '"lr1:1
Fhiftiriant Harr Foan»l Out
He is also agent for the California ami server of the complexion:
instruction, day .tn<l evening thr< tig! ¡t r.r year, in
the .laek.onville eemeti rv whither it wa.
There are v-rv few empty houses of any Thomas, situated on either side of what is That a contaminating ami foreign plt-ment
Arithmrln . W itt.ng, ( >rr.- ponde'.- - Book Lerpnig,
I’oitTiAML Or.. J i nk 4. IW.
Oregon
Lan«l Co., for which cor|*ora-
follow d In a large eoiu our.e of friends
kind in lack* »nville. something hardly any known as the Tice lane, between Jackson­ in the blood, developed by indigestion, is
To Mr W. M. W*T»m -Dear Sir: I Banking, Shorthari l Type writing. Business and Legal
tion
he
will
soon
make
a
trip
through
Alb«», the celebrated
the
case
ot
rheumatism.
This
settles
upon
have tried vour Robertine
It is excellent, Forms an<i all Co mon School Bran« he». Student»
of the towns in southern Oregon can say.
ville ami Medtord.
nt ail ages and I th sexes admitted at any time.
Ifnrk <•>•■« «;<»•»<««
the -i usiiiv«- snb-cutaneous covering of the (rrant county.
and I shall be pleased to recommend it to Catalogue
free.
mstrong
and
Wesco,
Proprietor».
A
telephone
line
is
to
be
established
be
­
Day lx «rd for young men.
All i!ki-trat-‘il catalogue, containing full
For removing dandruff. Ayer’s Hair muscle* ami ligaments of the joints, caus­
all in v lady friends.
llvart Hitratr.'!
ing constant ami shifting pain, and aggre­
Believe me. yours truly.
R hea .
information of fancy Work and In itcrial« tween Yrcua ami Montague. That between i Vigor has no opial. it restores faded an«l
gating
a*
a
calcareous,
«
balky
dep«)sit
Read
the
hospital
reports,
read
the
mor
­
81 50 PER WEEK
this place ami Medford works satisfactorily. . gray hair to its original color, stimulates
All fr»*ew warranted
P ortland , Dec.. 1885.
tt'i i i>:- i ■■ nr b'lcn rants and their tt-
which produce* stillness ami distortion of tuary reports, read the medical publica-
To Mr. W. M. WisdomThe “Robcr-
4LL Til l " t\r»ERTEII TO T. .1. GOOD-
witli v il ia’>l • intor -i ttioil t> la-lie-*. Sent
No fait which ex| • ricnce has lions, rca«I
Teter Britt, the well-known photogra­ lhe growth «if th«* hair, and gives it a beau- the joints
____ ________
.
and learn
the daily ncw?pa|»rrs.
.1
wyn
»r*
rn<|a.Mn<l
to
cj
UI
and
-
‘
»tlo
th«»
-im«
demnnstratr'l in regani to H«»*tetter's how wide-spread is heart disease, how diffi­ i tine” you so kindly sent me is excellent
l^wlien’ board in Woman’* college ltM.11. $2 50
on appli’tati'»n.
with in ■ at on«--1, a- 1 have
pher. has gone to northern California on a • liftil. glossy appearance.
with tinfurn>h»-4 room; fsi 5o with niewly fnr-
N ewm \ x -t L evix *"X.
Stomach Bitter* lias stronger evidence to cult of detection it is to most people, how It is the finest preparation I have ever used nn<l m-i-t inak-- irnal • liat- c-«lh-
and
is
a
decided
acquisition
to
every
lady
’
s
trip of recreation, accompanied by hi* fam­
September &Ch.
The Fnion (avi*ry Stables at Jackson- support than thi*, namely, that this m«-«li- many and how sudden are the deaths it
JAH MOBTON. (»»•;• «a»**.
12
'
And crown on natural fruit land without irrica- n>hed r<M»m. First tenu
toilet.
H mania. Klanath county. Or . June 111. I"a7.
ily
tiori. and fr**» from all insect peat* and diMMu»**. ( atalogue»* au«i information »»ent free. Addrew
j vill«». under the management of W. G. cine of * •»mpreheiisivc uses checks the for­ causes Then read Dr. Flint’s Treatise on
THtm. IO MXH. Prrai4r«t,
Yours truly.
J eannib W immtox .
each aw California tr*»««* «trn »abjeat to.
midable ami atr »i iou* disease, nor is it less Heart Disease, and learn what it is. what
Halem. Oregon
Daring the absence of Treasurer Fisher ! Kenn»*y. are co istantlv gaining in poi»u- positively establish?«! that it is preferable
P oeti . vxd , Or . April 6, 1x87.
causes it, what diseases it gives rise to.
Those who (XMltamplat? free plantini; will do
N. A. Jacobs will distribute the *cb«»ol larity and business. He has recently add­ to the poi-on* often used to arrest it, since what its symptoms are. and how it may be • Dear Mr. Wisdom —I have tried your
t iuve i . eiseo rm: ce ; thal point well to get my prico list before purchuFc.g «!*<♦-
fund* to the different districts. Frank It
ed a number of new ami tir.*t-cl.i*s vehicles the medicine contains only salutary ingre­ attacked. If you find that you have heart “ Robertine. ’ and it gives me much pleas­ 1 warrhou*(‘ a <1 am prepared t<» buy all kindw where.
ure to sav that it i* ex client for the com­
Pont Otficc Murphy, Josephine County, Or.
A. t:.t. u.uleo.ct.. <i i, cloaiti. up bi.black,
Neil wii act a* deputy treasurer and also ami several tine horses, so that when it dient*. It is al* • -i signal remeily for ma­ disease, ask your druggist for a bottle of plexe n. being one of the best articles ol . of gram, (train taken for M«»r.-: • at r.-1-mabl«*
larial f» vrr*. ■ )!i*:ip<li-ui, dyspepsia, kid­ Dr. Flint’s Heart Remedy. The treatise
Kailroed Station—<>runt's Pax*.
-ii-iib bu.iiiHMiD Ja.-.— uville, th-M- indebted to
rates. Will furnish b«Ack» to t -►*•» «li^inng to
attend to Mr. F.’s mercantile establish­ runic* t«i turn ishing first-class turnouts he ney ami I'kul ler ailment*.«lebilily and oth­ mnv b*» had on application to J. J Mack the kiu«l | have «ver used. Believe me. I store.
bun v. U - --ul« t h lu.<»r I , ko <-lire iii.o Mtua m
A. ii. CAUbON
June 12. Iso5.
i
p-~.»bl-.
DAVID < HtlNEMll.l.KW
Z. TktilLLLl.
Yuuri ¿.unx-rdy.
ME. BEATTY.
er uiourdera See that you gel the gtuuiufi. A Co., Nos. 9 and 11 Front »trtvt, 6. F
cannot Lvexcelled in southern Oregon •
ment.
j
Oregon Kidney Tea.
Read the new advertisements.
TO THOSE WISHINC TO ORDER
GOODS BY MAIL, WE SAY:
1
u.
<1
CATALOGUE
We are the Latest Gmsiimers of Goods on the Cast and Buy
direct from III** Manufacturers, thereby enabling us
to name Brices M4 Advantawous to You.
We are ready for a large Order Trade!
We are going to have it!
We will give Prompt and Careful At­
tention to Your Orders!
We will not be Undersold!
Send for Our New Illustrated Cata
SACRAMENTO, CAL
NOS. 829, 831, 833, 835 K STREET
And 1026 Ninth Street
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
Jacksonville, Oregon.
NEW THIS WEEK
PERSIAN CASHMERES, NUN’S VEILING, LACE CHECKS
Auction Sale.
ZANZIBAR & PALMER SEERSUCKERS.
MERRIMAC SATEENS,
Executrix’s Notier.
ORGANDIES,
COCHECO
LAWNS
1> (’1IAMBHAYS.
GINGHAMS.
I N DIGO PRINTS
AND SIMPSON'S SILVER GREYS.
Summons
MENS’ AND YOUTHS’ CLOTHING
NEW WINDOW CURTAINS, WALL PAPERS and BORDERS
Large Stock of BO vts and Shoes
Guai’di'in’s ¿Sal« o¿
Estate.
Real
B
REDLAND NURSERY,
A. H. CARSON Prop’r
30.000 TRESS
Apple. Pear, Peach,
Plum. Prune. Apricot '
N eotarine. Almond.
Notioa For Settlement.
Etc.
360 Students !
400 Graduates!
30 Teacher* !
Kelsey Japan Plum ’
TRUE TO
NAME.
Notice to Farmers.
•Scttle-up Notice.