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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1887)
ihe ikuiocratk aimes.
Ui!T£3 STATES OffISIU PRESS.
John Miller oilers his entire stock of
E. L. Applegate of Ashland will
»11 cominence his campaign against pro liaidware, the whole or in part, at cost. It
hibition He speaks in Jacksonville on the is his intention to retire from business
The While is king.
4th of October
Call on him and price his hardware, and
Oregon Kidney Tea.
Jay Beach is at the fair grounds with you will find it to your advantage to pur
Read the new advertisements.
the well-known trotter Altamont, ami chase from him.
Unparalleled bargains at N. Fisher’s.
published elsewhere, and if you want the
mence at once.
Watermelons at the S. F. Variety Store,
Prof Willits has begun th<! erection of a leading journal of southern Oregon and the
l)r. Stanley was at the county scat la-t
dwelling-house on his five-acre lot near bi -t newspaper or periodical in the United
the race-track. I/ioks suspicious. Lake States for the price of one, rail or send to
the T imes office
old newspapers very cheap at the T imes view Examiner.
Stevens Bros, bad two fine marcs foun
Dr. J. W. Watt,who is lecturing through
Justice s blanks of all kinds at the T imes out the State in the interest <«f prohibition dered at their place one night last week
addressed a large audience in this place while runing in a pasture where a number
of -acks of wheat had been left after thresh
Day* are becoming shorter and nights Monday night.
ing. One of the animals «lied, while the
A crank by the name of Luther T Dun
G. \V. n»>lt formerly of this place is now ni* delivered a lecture in thi* place on last other was only s iv«‘I through the best of
care ami attention
Three musicians, who are traveling
J. C. Whipp, was at (¡rant's Pass one
A few copies of the American Settler’s
through the country discoursed some ex
lay this week.
Gui«le, standard authority on land ques
cellent music at the “Farmer’s Exchange"
H Reed, the painter, is now a resi tions, can be obtained by calling at the on Tuesday evening, which attracted a
«lent of Albany.
large crowd, The instruments on which
The residence belonging to County Clerk they play are flutes,picalos and other wind
The water -upply i-getting short in some
Parker, on Oreeon street, has been renova instruments, and a guitar and banjo
places about town
and repaired and is now oucupi» d by V
Watermelons are becoming numerous
There i not a place in the int«*rior where
Chale and family.
and tailing in price.
rhe latest ami most improved metho«!* in
For sale at a bargain -a c«»sv «hvelling photography ure employed to a great
Nature's remedy is what they say of h«»use imt far from the center of th<* town
er • xtent than at the Ashland gallery. Lo
Oregon Kidney Tea.
of Medford. For particulars enquire of R. gan always keeps up with the procession
Bargains in «‘very line may still be found T. Lawton, real-estate agent
am! has gained a wi«iesprea«l reputation
at Newman Fisher’s
Plyniale s stage line to Medford is well for doing tirst-ulass work at reasonable
The b«**t and eheap«'st mining blanks for patronized, as also is hi* livers’ stable, price-.
sale at the T imes office.
where excellent teams and vehicles may be
1'he lit!le«laughter of Mr. ami Mrs.James
F«»r g’»«»«l -hingles, sh ike- and cord-wood obtained for all occasions
Wilson ot this pla« e met with a painful ae-
apply at the T imes office.
Wickham »V Luckey, real-estate agents cideiit on Tn«-*day last by falling and strik
C. B. Carli-leof the M»*dford”Transcript" at Ashland, are doing a good business, as ing her chin on a step in front of their re
they attend to all matters intrusted to their sidence, cutting a severe gash. Dr. Robin
was in Fortland r«*eently.
son -ewe«i the wound up ami the little girl
W. Manzuy has th»* thanks «»f the T ime * care with ability and dispatch.
Prof Vertilli, t tie ventriloquist and siight- is doing well.
corps for a tine watermelon.
.4 ll'omMM in .VffiM’M Attire.
The following item is taken from among
the San Frauci- » «li-p.it« *) ■-<»f th«* “Ore*
gonian" of a late »late The last issue of
the Willows (Cal I “J »uriml” says that a
few days since a man walku I up to the :
clerk oi to« h«»t> I an I a-ke»l f.»r lodgings I
In a conversation the startling announce-
ment was made that be wat a woman
forced t<» «ion man’s at I re by a brut al bug
band. Pur*i-tent in juiries brought «»ut
the informal« m that h« r name i* Mary
Lane. She was married a year ago in
JacksiM) county. Oregon The newly-mar
ried coup!»* start«*«! to (’alifornia. In Shas
ta valley they made a -top. and the hus
band secured work, chopping wood. After
working a short time h«1 pr»‘p»»-c«l that bi-
wile should assi-t in the work. To en
force a< «pliescen< »* he t»»«»k all her <*l»»tbes
and burned them, lie tli -n furni-hv 1 her
with overalls, jumper and heavy boot*,
and threatened lor with death if shc«liti
nut obey. Accordingly she comnonevd
Thun she went into the
bay field as a regular band. At «»ne place
her sex was discovered and -he was dis
charged. Whatever m«»nuv was earm I
the husband appropriated and -p-nt in
gambling ainl drinking. A w» » k ago they
came to Germant«»wu. where the husband
•ecared work for Doth, carrying sacks. The
work was t«x» heavy, ami the wifedut -r-
mined lo th e from her b«»n«l,ige. Once be
fore »he had tritd to « -cap»1, hut w «-caught
by her husband and beaten. This time
she wait«*«! till herhu.-i»and wa- engage I af
John Hull left for Si*son’s,('al.. this week
labor, when she started out «»n lout to
Through the kindness of sev w here Iu* will join his family.
eral lathes -be was given pr«»p«*r clothing
Fay y«»ur arrearages at the T imes office
and as.-ured of protection. She then im
mediately started to Oregon, when* her am! get one «»f our premiums.
brother reside*. < itiz.cn- j»urcha-«»i a
Babbitt-metaL in «¡uantitius to suit, for
ticket and supplied her with the necessary sale eheap at the T ime * office
money am! clothing for the trip
Circuit e<»urt f«»r J«»sephine county is
again in s«**«i«»n at Grant’s Pa**.
Rtv. W. P Widii-m* will pre ich at Me«l-
We want corre*j»omlcnce from every p«»r-
f >r«l m xt >umla\ both ne u nin/ «ml » vun- ti«»n <»f the Fir-t Jmlieial Di-trict.
M’ irning m»tep:ii»ur, with envelope- t >
il Sun«iay-.*«*h»'ol an I Bible du-s i match, for *ale at the T ime - otlice
lay at 11 o’clock a . m at
Mr* J. Rolison intends going ea*t before
he V M Hall. Talui nt.
I long w heie she will join her busband
Regular -nrvic» s will lw held at the <’uth-
, Grape* have nrule their appearrn«1»' in
oiic church in .Im k-'-nvitle on Stiml iy. at
this market. They are ot a tine quality
the usual hour, bj y Rev. F. X. Blanchet.
Now is the time to bring in that wood
The following are Rev. M. A Williams'
you promised us. Don’t wait until winter
appointments. Every first, -ceomi ami
tilth Sunday in each month u
'The Postal Telegragh Co. ha- established
third Sunday at Eagle Point; fourth
day al (¡rant s Pass. Services it at each of an office at the Toll-house on Siskiyou
the above pla« us will be buhl at 11 o’clot ck mountain.
stationery of every description al cost at
the S. F. Variety Store. The -tuck must be
This institution of learning will begin its
first term on lne-day, Augu-t 3»»th, and
bills fair to be one ut the leading schools of me-tic cigars just received mt tht* S. F
the State. Prof. J . S. Sweet, the president, Variety Store.
Geo. Ridinger. formerly of this valley,
is sparing no pain* ur leaving notl ing un
done to make it -neo, an«! h»‘ wi I
.i--i*t- is now in the employ <4 O. 1*. R. R Co
at Yaq’.ina ei'>
ed in the v.ork with th»- followii :
«•elient teauher-• Julia M G«»o<lv»*.ir,
Wm. Mnek«y, who has b««m in thi* place
», Mrs L>’ti«- D. Wizard Mrs G <_•
for son’.etime past, ha- return« «! to the
ng* aii’i Mi-- Emma Tolman. We X Willann'Ue v.ol.-y
peel to h«-.;r ut this >uh«»ol meeting with
Ge ». R. Neil of this place killed a very
great succe-*, win« n it will no doubt be en large deer near Robt Neil's place in the
titled to. Further information can be l>ea«l Indian section.
learned by consulting «>ur advertising co
The greatest burgain-in all kinds of mer-
ehamlise **an be obtained by calling soon
>rlt ttlnr-tli ip* . 1 »r«» ftb-t!
on Newman Fisher.
Sch'»ui Sup nutemiviit Jacobs last week
A party containing almost twenty people
awarded two of ihu scholar8hips for the
went from Ashland to the Dead Indian
Stat«- Normal School at M >nmoiitb, <>nt to
-o«»a springs hist week.
Author Souiu of l'i. < ni.x and the other io
The I>ua«l Indian soda springs are being
Mi-s Mattie Morris ui Manzanita precinct.
There is.-till one ¡or this school winch vr-i'« «I by a large number of people reci v*
has not been award’ d ami any :«e desiring ating in the mountains.
Eastern sugar-cured bams, canned corn
the same should apply at «me.- Ihe Ash
land State Normal School ¡3entitled to four be *f and chipped beef, best quality, at J.
scholarship» from this county, of which Nunan’s, Jacksonville
two have bt’-n awarded t • Mis1-* * Ida Nay
Ja«.k-on Hockersmith of A-hlaml reports
lor aml Satla Amlur-on, the remaining ones the biggest blackberry of the season. It
not h iving been applied for a» yet
measured 4\x3?T inches.
The fuUowing i* a h-t of jurors »irawn
fur the September term of ihe «ircuit court
for Ja« kson c«mntv A >. J«’hn-■•!), 1 luldt n
J. Ayers, F. T.
1 1 D-».vnin,', John A-hpolc.
R»>se, G. W. D.ili-y. Nat. Langell,
O E. Rote,
J. W. Johns«»n, <•
•»utler. G. \V Apg»T,
John G. Norton, M I. Alfor»l,Ja*. Kent,
Chu». Amie -un, J. G. (’ornish, \V. H.
Huggins, Th«»*. L *.w on, John E. Harvey,
i reil, Ja«, llelius.
M. H. Coleman.
Avery Johnson, L I Jacobs, Jas. Me
Dougal, (.’. B. Lind-cv, J. W. Ingram, E
Lewis, J. M. Pollanl, E B. Barrun, Wm
Mayfield. Henry Gregg
»»/ t iff Sbttf f'tutl.
L <’. Coleman received a sample oi tone
coal from Hon. A. C. Stanky, whi< h wa-
found while «liggiog a well bac* of Nit hoi -
Bros’ drug »lore in Sam's »’alley. The vein
struck is fourteen feet from the surface of
the ground ami is four ft•• t wide. The < «»al
has been tested by blacksmith* ami by per
sons who claim t«> know what good coal i-.
ami it is said to be fir-t « la-s. A - that se<
tion of the county has a number of coal
veins running through it. it is certain to
prove of great value at no distant day.
A fre-h supply <»f the American Mining
u< •»»«le, standard authority on the •ubject,
tor -ale at the T imes office.
Robt. Wad«* of Chimney Rock precinct
was here M"U«lay. .«nd ■ ay-everything is
flourishing in that *euti«»?i.
Notes, receipt-, due-bills, order* an«l
eh»*< k'. in book*, in «piantities t«> suit, for
*al» cheap at the T ime - office.
Thu < Iiintse employ» «1 on the W«»o<lvin»*
>ecti«»n had their premises raided a few
«lays *inur and lust $30 in cash
A new line of crib-boards, poker chip*,
cards, etc., can always l»e found at the S.
F. Varietv Store, Jacksonville
U D. Cardwell, who runs a private ex
pt» s- from Ashland to the railroad in ilie
Si-kiyotis, was in town Sunday.
of-han«l performer,who i* well-known here,
is again in Oregon ami will likely give ex-
bibitions in this section ere long.
A great many of the young «piail are
large enough to shoot and hunting i< be-
coming popular. It is said there are a great
many of these birds in the valley.
E D Savage.who was employed in Crone
uiii’v! A- Birdsev’s blacksmithsbop in this
place several years ago. is now running a
bu*im *s of bis own at Sissiun’s. <*!ii
The largest, best and cheapest lino of
chewing an«! smoking toba« « «»* in s«‘Uthern
>reg«»n 2.» different kind- -always kept al
the S F Variety Stor«*, Jacksonville *
Dolls, toys, base anti rubber ball*, in ir-
bles, harmonicas, jewsharp*. va-es, picture
frames, etc , of every description at the
lowest prices at theS. F. Variety St*»re. •
Dr. Freelaml of the M. E. church, say*
that two bottles of Gilmore's Aromatic
Wine cured hi* wife of Nervous Debility
ami sleeplessness Sold at City Drugstore.
Rev. A. M. Johnson, who has been hold
ing divine services »n this place tor a week
past.closeil his meetings Wednesday night
and will likely go to the Willamette valley.
Dee«!*, mortgages and every description
• »f real-v-tate an i le al blanks for sale at
the T ime - «»dice at Portland price* Give
u* a call, if you nee«i anything m the blank
Ja*. . errv ot the F S. mu-eii’ii at (\*n-
tr.J Park New York, w.i- in Ja» k*o;ivili«
not long sine«?. He i* in -careh of curio-i
tie- for that note«! place, an 1 *< - ur< d sev
A company has been formed .it Portland
to erect a cydorana building f«»r the pur
pose of exhibiting such pictures as the
’ Battle of Gettysburg" ami the ••Sieg«? of
Tape-measures, rultr-. indelible pencils,
key-ring*, ami a thousand and one notions
and novelties for sale at the S. F. Variety
Store. You can get whatev» r you want
There i» a culvert on the couuty r »11 be
tween this place and Medford which is in a
uangerous condition for wagons to pa*s
over. an«l should be repaired before any ac
The sale of the property belonging to the
minor heirs of Mary E. Marks, deceased,
ha* been changed from Sept, loth to Sept.
2lth, a notice of which can be seen in an
Dr. J. W Robinson and family are now
living in E. D 1 -oudrav’s former residence
on (’alifornia >lrect. Mr. I-'. anti family
have runiove*I to Plmmix. where they will
F it * : All T. * -topped free by Di. Khn -
Gr« :i? Nerve Restorer. No tits after ilrst
«lay’s use. M,irv»-b»u* « lire*. Treatise and
Send to Dr.
$2 trial bottle free to tit « ise
Kline. 931 Arch St.
J. A. Larson, our live ami energetic lai-
lor, has just received an invoice of elegant
ami stylish cl ‘ths. and is butter prepared
than ever to furnish clothing of all kiml*
at most reasonable prices.
r !■: KU O XA I. II KA 1 IOX.
Isaac Mensor has returned from Grants
J. B. White, who for many years was a
resident <»t this county, but now of Nevada
county. Cal . paid Ills old home at Rock
Point a visit of several days He also
slopped here one day. returning home on
? unday last. He was welcomed by hi»
Young, ol«l, and middle-aged, ail exper-
periume the wonderfully beneficial etleets
of Ay« r s Far-aparilla. Y«»ung children,
suffering from -ore ey< s. *or«* ears. scal«l
head, or with any scrofulous taint, become
bua.thy ami -tn.ng l»y the u*e of this niedi-
c ne. Six I»««(ties, $7».
\\ e weie >hown an enlarged crayon por
trait of the accoimlating employee at the
«•xpr< s-oilice in ibis pla«1«1, J A. B» yer,
whi h is a line pie «1 «4 work. It will <»rua-
, ment the walls <»f the Od«l Fellow'- temple
at Portland, being plat cd with other like-
m --« » of the p.i-t grand masters of that or-
I «ler for this Statu.
Miss Estella Levy is acting as copyist at
thè clerk's office.
Ex-Sheriff Jacob* and son. John, w<re in
town last Mon«lay.
Miss Pauline Wetterer left Monday even
ing for Brownsville.
Miss Ixiis Brown of Ashland is paying
friends in this place a visit.
«Sheriff Dean returned from the railroad
front the forepart of the week.
Dr R. Pryce of Medford has r«*turne«I
from his trip to Ynquina bay
Mrs. R. E Davis and Miss Minnie Ross
have gone to.San Francisco, Cal
We learn that (’. (*. Beekman and family
will go to San Francisco, Cal., soon.
L. (».Ross returned from Salmi ia*t week,
leaving fur his home in Lakeview on Sun
(’has. Nickell and family went to Yaqui-
na bay last week. Mr N. will return to-
Mrs A. C. Jones of Roseburg is at Ya-
«piina bay, where her health is itnproving
J. T'»»ppcr and Miss Nettie Brunse of this
pla~e expect to pay Portland a visit iti the
Fred.* Downing and. II Pech, with their
wives, of Butte creek, were in town on
Hendrick, formerly of Josephine
county,is now clerking at A B. McIlwain’s
store in Albany.
Mr*. P. P. Prim is paying relatives in Eu
gene city a visit and may extend her trip
to Ya«|uina bay.
Wm. Brown,the well known stock-buyer,
returned from a business trip to Cali
fornia last week
Mayor Pond of San Francisco passed
through the valley one day last week on
his way to Portland.
We are pleas* «1 to state that Mrs. A. M
Berry, who has been quite ill, is much im
proved at present.
(¡«?o Tli«»nias, chief day operator for th«'
W. I Tel. Co., at Portland, was at
Springs last week,«*
J J. Owings, the potograpber. J W.
Ma*t«*rson ami J
1 Miller of Gohl itili
paid us a call this week
Mi-* Emma Pa|»e i* vi-iting her sister
Mr* A. o Eeku!s«»n of Corvalii*, an«l was
at Yaquina bay tin* week
J W Merritt, «me of our merchants ami
editor of the “Sentinel." is expected to re
turn from the east in a few days
Two <4 the b '.its taken to Crater lake by
tile gov« rninent geographical surveying
I>r. S. F Chapin, formerly a resilient of
p.irty were destr«»y» 'l by the storms of la-t
winter, and the wreckage has been found this place, went through the valley last
by pal th s who were out there recently. week, being on his way to Portland.
E. C. Phelps of the Newport (Beaton
The largest am! b« -t boat was sunk, ami is
presumably lyin r al! right where -he wa« ! county > 'Mail" has been paying this val
ley a vi-it ami is delighted with it.
(’ I). Buck, lately troni Stanton, Illiimi.*,
A go'»<l ailvurtisement in a newspaper
pay- no tare on railroads; costs nothing I eallud on us this week ami informs us that
f«»r hotel bill- give-aw ay no boxes of ci * he intends locating on Rutte creek.
gars t<> « e>t'»iii» :-. or im riiaj dresses to
.’.ft« r int« rvi»-w ing his numerous custo-
cu-t- 'n< r v. iv-: <li :nk-no whi-kev uml»»r io«-r* th. »ughoilt th»* valley. Pre-- Wood
the ‘n .'1 "I iravelu.g expen-e-, but g«»u* r'lff w1« r.t m»rth the f<»r» part <*f th«* wuk.
at oi. an I a'! the tini’-about it* l»n-im *-
Rev R"l»t ('«»llyur, tin-eminent (’ni« ng«»
frec «•! expel!-«--.
I «livim*, passed through th«* valiey <»n Fri
We are in r« • mpt of a poster announcing day of last week, <»n his way home via
that a < .unity fair will be buhl near Dillard's, Portland.
Dmigla* county, commencing on Sept. 7th,
Co! E H. Merrill of Portlan«!. the p<»pu
and ending S. pt. lot h 'There will be gold iar representative of the Standard Oil u«»m-
premium* aw ar« led to exhibitors and a pany, paid our town a visit on Tue*day
number <»f trial- of sped will take place, last.
be*ides it will comprise many other at
Mr*. M. H. Vining of A-hland with her
-on and «laughter, left for Tacoma, W. T.
Th«* l'ni«»n fa very Stables at Jackson .«n Siimiay last, where they will hereafter
ville, under the management of W G.
Kenney, are constantly gaining in popu
Mrs. Robt. Cameron of Eniontown w ill
larity ami business. He has recently a«id-
leave for Illinois in a few days, paying her
♦•«1 a number of new ami first-class vehicles
■ old folks at home’’ a visit, after many
and -everal line horses, so that when it
come- to furnishing fir-t cla*s turnout» he years’ absence.
Mr*. Emma Bolt of Applegate, who has
« annul be excelled in southern Oregon *
been paying Miss Josephine Orth of thi*
Au cx< li.'iiigu say*. Robinson’s circus, place a week's visit, returned home on
which vi*itc«l Redding last week, was the Monday last.
-aim old humbug as two years ago. in
B. Jacobson, one of the oldest employees
showing at Ashland under name of Cole's
of th«* W I*. T. Co., ha* been in this sec
The sh«»wy-colored handbill* at
tion repairing the telegraph lines recently.
tracted a large crow«!, and always will, as
He -pent a day in t<»wn.
people like !<> lie “*teamb‘»ated." The big
N F. Steadman, the genial «ieputy slier-
ger th«* liunihu.’ the greater the attraction.
i iff. n »w stationed at th«* railroad front, w.t-
1 Io* bu-i:*.«•-- of the J.t« k- Hiville Marble
¡here «mliiday la-t, returning t«i hi* p«».*t
W oks wiil « ,‘nrinu»» right along tin ier the
of duty the billowing «1 «y.
nutna"»*:!«'*:‘.t «»f tlie a-*ignu«* A H. M;eg!y.
\n \ bi»'iv d«*.-iriii 11<»uiI»*tone, monument,
Among the commercial travelers i who
.<-[-iiig vh .will tind it bUheir a«i- were here during die past week, was J A.
vantag«* to call soon, as prices
Waddle the ch-ver representative of W J
reduced considerably. Eir-t-ila*
Van Scliuyver A Co of Portland.
ics are employed there and t
Mrs. J. Nunun and children, who have
worked turne«! out Sati-fauti<
been paying Ireland a vi.-it for several
month*, past is expecte«! to return home in
Rott, ( ameron of Cniontown
a few «lay?, having landed in New York
been »ustieating in the nioun
near last week.
Cinnabar for several days past
E. Machwirth, the pleasant and agreea
Tue-day and intorms u- that Jii
ble traveling man of the firm of Schroder
son, -on <»i Hoi. E. B. Watson, of Portland,
A Albrecht, candy manufacturers of San
met with an accident a few «lays since by
Francisco, tarried in town one day this
being thrown from a horse an«! then run
week, doing a good bu.-iness
over F »rtunately liis injuries did not
A party consisting of (’. ('. Beckman ami
i prove seriou*. though he was considerably
brni-ed about the face. Otherwise a splen wife ami «laughter, T. G. Reanies and fam
did time was had
The balance of the par ( ily and Dr. DeBar and wife.spent Wednes
day «»n Rogue river picnieing. A numb» r
ty « xucct to return to-niorrow.
of fine trout were also caught by the party.
Wh« n tl>< < xuitemenl in the California
E\ Governor M<»«»dy am! Ex-Secretary of
grain market -hall have subside«!, there
will l»c some prosp« ct of a rise in price of State Earhart were at Medford on Friday
Mr. Moo«!y accompanied his
expert. Thu crop of India is short this «»f last week
year and the Amercian crop is not very daughter to Coles, on her way to school at
large. Wheat has been «¡noted in the San Oakland. Cal , and Mr. Earhart was on his
F’ranci.-co market at far above its actual return from ('alifornia.
value. 1 he farmers who *till bold their i J. (*. \V hipp and family and Mi-ses Car
grain, have no reason to feel depressed by rie Croncmiller an«! Cora Brown returned
the collapse of the ii tlatioii
!lati«ui movement. from a two weeks’ stay at the Dead In
They have not r.aliy lost anything, save dian soda springs on Friday last. They
a chance to sell their grain for more than report having had a fine time, besides find
it was worth Journal.
ing plenty of game ami fish.
L. Bunch, who has been acting as en
State l-'atr E.rhibit.
gineer al the Rogue River Steam Flouring
Miller of Portland, representing Mills at this place for sometime past, left
the State Fair A-* >« iation, who was here for Oregon city on Wednesday, where he
not long sime for the purpose of encour will occupy a position formerly held by
aging our < it izen* to make an exhibit of the him. He was aet onipanie I by his family.
w*omh*rlill n-.-ourns <>l Jackson c«mnty, is
Hon. L. R. Webster went to th«? Shovel
meeting with g«»«»<! results in other («»un
creek springs the latter part of last week.
Those who have extra specimens of
He returned home on Monday last, accom
cereals, gras-e.-, fruits, or of any oilier
panied by his wife, who has been at that
product of southern Oregon, can bave
resort for several weeks, much improved
them fowardud free of charge to Salem
in health, we are pleased to state.
bv leaving the same at the T imes o Ilice,
Jas. McDonald, lately of Grant's Bass,
where they will l »1 properly taken « are of.
Nothing woul l prove more beneficial or who has acted in the capacity of section
imlm»* immigration to tb.w into this sec foreman for the O AC. R. R. Co. for a
tion better than a first-class display <>f our long time, ha* gone to Linn county to ac
products at the State fair and subsequently cept a responsible position with the O. P
at the Mechanic’s fair in Portland
Let R. R. Co. He is a first-class railroad man
«»nr citizen* interest themselves in this am! will no doubt do w ell in his new posi
matter and set that we are properly repre tion.
Steve Booth met with a painful accident
Jackson county's blackberry crop i* ini-
men*»* an«l of a superior »piality They a few days since while driving cattle, his
horse having fallen on his foot, crushed it
readi'y sell at 25cents a gallon.
quite badly, He is able to be about, how
Nerve, life ami vigor re*tore«l in men ever. with the ai«l of a crutch.
and women by using »«ilmorc's Aromatic
L. Shidcler was i.i town this week, show
Wine . Sold at ( ity Drug Store.
ing samples of prune- which were grown
Tw«» great enemie- Hood’s Sarsaparilla on his place about four mile* east of
ami impure t»loo«l. I he latter is utterly town. They were the finest fruit of Hie
defeated by th«- peculiar medicine.
kiml we have yet seen.
Ulate 1‘re** i taoeiatioa
Middle-aged men who ¡ack vigor and
Quite a number from this place will w 1t-
Pursuant !>»< jll. a numb, r .1 thn editor vitality « an be cured by (»ilinore's Aromat nc»s the race at Central Point which will
i irateni’y ot tinuroii in. t at Yaquin.i ic Win»- Su'd at City Drug St »re
be run to-niorrow by • Nellie Gray" an« I
City on Friday,tin- l-’tii, toorzan z ■ a Stan
Fred. Furry of Eden precinct, finding Rippy’s horse, “Cap." The distance i<
press association. They elet ted M I Pipes his room limited since the arrival of his .YMI yards.
of the Ih-nlon Leader, president, and boy. is building a neat new residence
Sherman Brown passed tiirough the val
Chas. Nickell, of the Jacksonville l’t 't'-
Janie* Sullivan of Salem, Oregon,says he ley last week, <»n his return from San Fran
CKATlc ftMKS, secretary, and several vic was « urvl of th«- a-thma by Gilmor«*'s Mag- cisco. Hi* father will soon follow, and
presidents. They will hold an adjourned netic Elixir. Sold at City Drug Store.
may visit Jacksonville before returning to
meeting in Albany on the second Friday of
Marion I?»ni gcame in from Linkville this Portland.
October, ami the next regular annual
week and got two wagon-h»a«ls of bacon for
John O'Brien, one of the leading farmer*
meeting will be held in Salem on the s.. on I
Ruatnes, Martin »t Co., of that place.
of Applegate, w is in town tins week with a
Friday in August. I"' -Statesmen
our tinshops are selling hundreds of wagon-load of tine prunes -grown on his
fruit cans this seasons, which proves that place. He found rea«ly sale for this splen
At a meeting of the exe ecutive committee the fruit crop is generally a success.
of the Southern < 'regun Pioneer Society.
We take the following from a letter written
A fresh supply of line watermelons has
held at Ashland. President, W. C. Myer been r»*( cive«l at the S F Variety stoic, by a Mibscriber to the T imes , living in Wy
»nd vice-presidents. < »pt Th'»*. Smith and which were grown on the Stewart farm.
It is very hot here. 90 to
P, Dunn, appointed the tolb»»ving person*
102 de grees nearly every «lay ami the coun
R M. >huly. who has been in the marble
a* a committee of arrangement* f.»r the
try dried up completely.”
c«»m!i*g reiiui'»n; J '
Jau<»b biuim-* at Mc«ltor«l for sometime past, ha*
Don't till the system with quinine, to
Thompson. A D. Hulinan. W. W Kentnoi remove«! to Williams, Jo«cphine county.
prevent or cure fever or ague. Ayer’s Ague
and B F. Myer, ihe c »mniitt« • met •«
H. 1». Kubli of Applegate has been mak Cure is the specific for this disease, and
that plate last Kl«»mUv, to arrange tor th«1 ing substantial improvements on his resi leaves no poi-ons to pr«nluce dizziness,
reunion which will take place iu A-hlami dence and gum rally renovating the same. deafness, headache, or other disorders.
Sept, i*, lss7
We are informed by postal card from
Dr Summers ha- neatly iitte«! up th»1
Prof. E. T. Kugler that he i* now at Port- building formerly used as the Home restau
l entiral at .W» fi/’oril.
The laili*-- oi «he Ikipti-’ < hurch it M< ■!- lam! and expects to return before very rant ».n California street fur hi* re- idem e
and office Persons wishing his services
ford will give u totival at Zuuiiiennaii
Mcliee'» hall on the . veiling <>« «he -*4th
The « ntertainnient given by the Medford can always tind him there, both day and
An admission of Jo cents will be charged, Ladies’ Aid Society at Howard’» hail in night.
which will entitle those who attend to a dish Medfor«l last Friday night was much of a
Several of the citizens about town are
ot |<aehes nn l cream Ice cream will also success.
< omplaining that someone is stealing their
I h * served at Io cents .'. plate. Ad are in
John Miller of the -hunter*» emporium, chicken* ami threaten to be troublesome
vite I. am! a mwt eiij ■. ilil. tim. is prom ha* ju*t reeci.» d a nunilwr of tine rille*. should they timl out who the thieves are.
.Mwrfe It Itirlt.
ised The proceeds oi inc festival will go pi-to!>. «»tc.. be-i 1 * a new stock of hard* Pers«>ns had better take this as a warning
Dr Willis E. Everette, the mining ex
towards pitr. basing an organ tor the no. war«»
before it is t<»«> late
pert, who is in Southern Oregon making
I inh r new thi- week will be foun«i a no-
The «lire« t »rs of Dardanell’s school dis an examination of certain mining property
tu «• ;■» uj’plicants f«»r tuauh«*r * certih« ties, trict will give a dance in the new scbool- for some New York « apitali-ts. write* to a
John I. M K««'. tin-youtix m:r' brough« and all persons intereste»! -houhl read the bous«! on Friday evening. Sept. 2d. for the fiiuml in thi* city, from ilear Gulch, under
“While in the moun
here iroiii i Jac.-uii <• •limy, cliargvil with »anie.
benefit of the m I ioo I. Preparations are «late of Augu*tll
po-lal liw- i y ojH'iiiiu :» I' «-
viol.it ;n the
For th«» Iw-m tit of th«1 many readers ol being made for a f r.-t-cia-s time and all w ho tain* near the California State line, about
thirty mil»-from Mount Sha-ta. I discover
ter ad li • ..
- <1 to \ M M if’i-.v, I>a«l an < x th«1 I IMI * we republish th»* new school law*. can atteml slmul I not fail to be on hand.
ed the biggest thing in this country. Th«*
au'iuatiM.i befor.* * »•.in»»i*-•• »1» *r 1 anl I. whi« h sh«»n«i be tak» u notice of by all con
Rev. J. B Hurtsough of Redding* Cal.,
ledge is over forty two feet wide and 3,oo0
an.I v. a- •■•uuJ over to a« ait tin' a< cerned.
held services in the M. E. church in this
feet in length, assays $72 per ton free gold,
tiun oi tin- ii«-xt gianit jury, " nig tin-
Henry Bleecherof this precinct, who has place on Sunday last. The reverend gentie an 1 is only five miles from a wagon road
CM* ' dead •>|'.-li aiul *hut" ag.iuot him.
»promising quartz le«!ge,
ledge. »hipped 100tbs.
and twenty-live miles from a railroad
Mi Ki-e ph idvil guilty and wa’ fined
of ore to Portland las’ week, to have it mother of C. H. Colwell—ami had not seen think I have struck it rich “ Oregonian.
He went to jail.—Oregonian
his sister for almost forty years, until Fri
.Vo£ .1 California lb nr.
.I chi Hrokcn.
J.»* H. McVey ba* sol«I hi» place on
The little son of Hon. B. Hermann met
Glls*ie Paj e of this place met with a ser Williams c reek. J«»*«*pbinecounty, to E. K
A nolxaly <\tn catch a cold this kind of
ious accident on Saturday last while in the Ri« hardson. a new-comer. The price paid with quite a severe accident on Wednesday weath’T. We advise our readers to pur
<»f the ('¡tv Drug Store a bottle of
of la-t week at Roseburg. The child was chase
act of gathering pvacln s, which resulted in was $1 *H»
Santa Abi<-th«*California King of Consump
playing with a stick in bis mouth, and fall tion. A-thma, Bronchitis. Coughs anil
th» breaking of his r.glit arm m ar the
A son of Frank Smith bad a narrow es ing forward upon the stick it was torced Croup Curt-, and keep it bandy “Tis
wrist. He w as standing on a ladder which
n'.ea-ing to the taste and death to the above
fell with him. throwing his weight on his cape from being drowne 1 one day last back in the throat, inflicting quite a severe complaints.
Sold at $1 Ou a bottle or 3 for
arm w’th the above results Dr. Robinson week, in failing into the well of the town wound.
$2 5»». California Cnt-R-Cure gives imme
reduced the fracture and tins is getting
A match three-ball game of billiard*, for diate rebel. The * atarrhal Virus is soon I
A«l Hemins of <¡rant’s Pass has secured $10 a si'le was arranged to take place at the displaced by its healing ami penetrating
a contract from the <>. P IL R. (’«». ami ••Farmers’ Exchange"on Wednesday night nature Give it a trial. Six months treat
ment $1 •
sent by mail $1.10.
went to Linn county last week to com b tween W G. Kinney ami Geo. S. llw-
The undersigned hereby give notic e that mence work.
Prarh. firnitr nmi Apple Eojrc*.
ard. two of our best players, but for some
all persons knowing themselves indebted
Tli<-Sugar Pint- Dour .V Lumber Co. of
For all the ills that flesh is heir to. no reason the money was drawn down, The
to them are notified to come f«»rward ami
have a large assortment of
parties then played the game, however, to «•rant'.
nettle their account* on or before the 1st matter w hat the age. there is no hous?h«»ld
satisfy each other, and in playing twenty kiln dried fiuit boxes, which they can fur
Of October. “A w r.lt» the wi-.* i* *utfi- r«*m«*«ly equal to Frese'.- Hamburg lea. Be
side*. the children like it. there is nothing points it stood nineteen to twenty in favor nish on short notice and at most reason
K e \ me .* A W hite »
of the funner.
nauseating about it.
JacJutouviHc A u £. 16,
t ry i ut /. i-oiy r rotx r/./z.s
ino V Till. It.til.Ito.Ill TKOXT.
th'ton J/i 'll ! pretiettt<-(l
\ disgnste«! individual from Ohio, who
came to Oregon with the expectation of
finding a “and of flowing milk and honey,’
ami when- work was num »---ary. in a re
cent i-'iiu«’i th< ’ Farm and l iia-.-ide" of
Sprii’^iiebL < »hi«», t * »k oc a.-ion to iberallv
mi-l vprr-'-nt tiii- S:.«t<*. 1. \\ Th- II.«* of
thi- pre« im t ,a- w ill be .-•« u by the annexed,
answered him eil'u« tual >
In the 1- arm and Firu-idu,' «»t June 1 th.
is a communication from J. A W.. of
Ohio. h« a«1« «l O.’egun. Florida ami <»h«o."
in which the writer states that the winters
in Oregon are v< rv damp, with dense togs;
mo-- grows tin the house-roof*, fem1»*» and
fruit trees, and pcoph* ar«1 -ui»u*ct to
rheumati*m. He then give* a glowing <ie-
scripti'»im»f tlx* fruit vegetables ami gram
he -aw in Portland and grown in Southern
Oregon. If the Willamette wa- all of (Ire-
gon hi* version likely would be nearly
right, but put the fruit ami climate he
spuaksof together, ami you will se<* the in-
con-i-teney Our climate differ* from that
oi the Willamette about a* much a- Flori
da from Oliio, and th» y have a-till «liffur-
erent climate « a-t of the Casea«!«* moun
tains. As be -ays. our productions are
tine; but we of Southern (»r«*gon prize our
climate above all else. He must come
again ami -ee Jaek-on county Ours is a
happy medium between the fog* and «lamp
of the Wdlamette and the dry-hot of Cali
fornia. We came from east Tennessee, a
section generally concede«! to b«» a good
climate, but thi--nits us better than any.
I have been m thirty thru«* -’it» * and terri
tories. including Ohio and Florida. Our
*«»< iety will « '»mparc fav»»rably with the
ol'ler state*. Wu have *« bool* in even dis
trict of our county, ami g«u»«l one* too,
< hurch« * ami "oniday-*« h«»«»l* are many in
.1. W. Ingram of Willow Spring- pre* inct
was in town Saturday ami inform- u- that
he caught a fish with book and line in
Rogue river that wuiglie«! 21 poumis, be
sides several others which were not quite
-o heavy M < »'.»enchain of Central Point
also landed two from the s ime stream on
Sunday la-t. the largest of which weighed
17 pound* and the other 12 pounds. But
the largest «me of thi* -cason was caught
by T. <«. Ri-aincs on Wednesday last,
w hich wojild weigh about 3«» pounds. Thi*
may -«»uh’l like a ti*h -torv, but neverthe-
I«-- it i* a fact, because the gentlemen
hav«1 tol«l u* *o.
TO THOSE WISHING TO ORDER
GOODS BY MAIL, WE SAY
It comprise.» tin* Latest Styles ami ideas, is the Most
Complete we have ever seen, ami we expect extraordinary
We are tile Largest Consumers of lonl> on tlie Gast. and lluv c
direct from the Manufaetiirers. thereby enabliiw ns
to name I'riees Most Advantageous to You.
In 188(1 wo btartexl in an unpretentious way ut 812 K
St. We <li<l not doubt the future. Since, our stores have
gradually increased with a repidity that astonished us, ne
cessitating iuiprovcmeut after improvement, all aimed
towards having a splendid structure in Sacramento at some
future time. That time has eotne. To-day we are adding
20x80 feet to the rear of our present large establishment,
and building two more stories over the 80x100 feet. The
carpenters’ busy hammers are heard from morn till night,
sending forth a tune of enterprise which rings from one
end of Sacramento to the other in encouraging tones of
commendation. When completed we will have the largest
and most niagniiieent store in Sacramento.
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
The importance of purifying the blood can
not be overestimated, f- r w ithout pure blood
y«»u cannot enjoy good health.
At tiiis season nearly even- one nerds a
good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich
the blo<»d, and wc ask you to try Hood's
■ vUUllcli aL,i bimd8 up the system,
creates an appetite, and tones the digestion,
while It eradicates disease. The peculiar
combination, pr<q«ortivn. and preparation
of the vegetable remedies used give to
Hood's Sarsaparilla pceul-
iar curative powers. No ■
I IS“ IT
other medicine has such a record of wonderful
cures. If you have made up y«>ur mind to
buy Ilood’s Sarsaparilla do not be induced to
take any other instead. It is a Peculiar
Medicine, and is worthy your confidence.
flood's Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists.
Prepared by C. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
NEW THIS WEEK.
NOS. 829, 831, 833, 835 K STREET
And 1026 Ninth Street
J ackson ville, Oregon
PERSIAN CASHMERES, NUN’S VEILINC, LACE CHECKS
anti "Villi >»iiit ln«¿->¡
Notice for Publication.
Lan«l Office at R<«subiirg. Or.. I
August, 15. 1**7.
NOIKE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI TJIE
f»»‘l«»w!in:-n iii!'i<l Mgtlor ha* filtri Dotice <»f
his intention to niak«* tin«! proof m support of
his claim, aiixl that *aid proof will b«» made bu-
fore the Jivltr»* «>r < h-rk of the County Court <»f
Jaek*<>n ( •■.. Oregon, at .1 . ksonvilh . Orizon,
»»n Tu»»s<la>. S’[*». J7. ls-7. v;/ A!«»nz” V»ah.
h<»:n« *t»*a i ■ i.t. \
! I.fortli- S W
- 'I. A
¡>ri -.-* 1.,- contiraiou- r<—i‘
den«*«* upon, an«i cultivation of -aid la»><1. vu
Jacob <«ahri’d. Nathan « «. Sonin«’ :-. V dr. w L.
Moon. A. « St uil« y. All of Sam's \aile\. Jack-
sou Co., Or«»>;on.
CH \S. VV. JOHNSTON R- gi-ter.
ZANZIBAR & PALMER SEERSUCKERS
STAPLE CHEVIOTS AND CINCHAMS
I N I.) I GO P1UNTS
AND SIMPSON S SILVER GREYS
Idilli» 1 *s» rnsols
MENS’ AND YOUTHS’ CLOTHING
FRIDAY EVEKING, SEP. 2d
lb td Without llail.
CJI » aid well, who killed Cha«. Keen
ill: IMRK'TORS OF HARD KNELL'S Dis
trict seh<»«»l will Kivr a social party an«i has'
at Bunch fowp' on 9th inst... was e.xani-
k«»t Mipp«»r at th«* iww «•ciH»«»l-hi»us<‘on the eve
ined before Justice Eubank* of Ashlaml on ning of Friday. S”pt. 2d. for th»* bfin'tit of the
Thui.-tiay of last week ami held to a!i-wcr .*ch«K»l. Music will t». furm-hed by Orni«* Bros
string baud. Tick«*ts, SI 5«>
to the charge of murder without bail
wa* subsequently brought to this place by
Notice of Public Examina
Sheriff Dean and Deputy Sheriff <’ro*bv
ami lotige«! in the county jail, where he
will await the action of the grand jury for
O ffice of
T he ( OUNTY S« HOOl. Svl EKlN Tl NDFNT, r
the S’ ptember term of the circuit court.
.1 ACKSO.NVIl.Lt. Dll.. Aug. 1L1K-7
THINKS AND VARISES
NEW WINDOW CURTAINS, WALL PAPERS an BORDERS
Iba ■St <i Killed.
Win. Ray of Applegate had the misfor
tune to hav«1 two fine horses killed by light
ning mi Thursday of la-t week. The anw
mals were running in a pasture, ami it
commencing to rain, they took shelter mi
ller a pin«' tree which w i- struck by light
ning The h»»r-e* were several feet apart
ami al*o some distance from the trunk of
th«1 l rue, thou di bo Ji \vr«* i?i-t.int ly killed
I'aticif Work anti tioo-l*
An illustrated catalogue, containing ful
information of fancy work am! material*
used, also of wo«-»h*n yarnsand their uses,
with valuable information to ladies. Sent
NT wm \ n a L evin -
129 and 131. Kearney St.,
At Central Point, m»t long since, the un
dersigned lost a hound, black in color and
about a year old. A liberal reward will he
pai«l f«»r his return, or any information
that may le.ul thereto.
Gr«». I. Gitt« -i i.
otr e is hereby gi \ i n that for the
piiri»«»s«* <»f making an examination <>f all per-
win» may offer t h»*m-« lv«»- a- candidates for
teachers of th»* sch«»«»ls <»( this « «»unty. the County
School Superintend» !!f ther«-«»f will hold a public
examination at tn* <»tti('e m the ('.»urt House at
II»<7/e .'Joy/, .1 /»/'i* /, 7 aa ,',
C’ mmencing nt 12 o'clock Nt.
First grad«* « •irt'h«iat - i—u«*i umb r tl
law *ann<»trbc ren^w I VII t«*«cher* holding
certificates that will ««»<>•» expire should not
neglect attending th«» examination.
Dat«*d this lltli day <»f A.igust. 1—7.
N. V J ACOBS.
County School Suj»erint<*Dd»*nt of Jack*on
ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY. OR.
,L S. SWEPT, Pr«**;«|«*nt
riii’ff I- a write*
an«l S<4 mm »1 T,< «»noni).
Have the following to «ay of Wi-d im’s
JIUA M. GOODYEAR
Robertine. the gre.it beautitier ami pre-
Engli>h Granunar. Rh»>t’»rie and lAtin.
serv» r of th«* complexion .
<’ F NISSE.
Penmanship and Executive \V«»rk.
P"Ki i \ nd . Or.. .11 ne I. 1 n >7.
MRS LOTTIE D. WILLARD
T«» Mr W. M W -lmi Dear Sir
have t riu«l your Robert me It is excellent,
MIW G ('.EDDINGS.
ami 1 shall be pleased to recommend it to
all my lady friends.
Believe me, yours truly.
R hea .
Drawing and Painting.
P ortland , Dec.. 1*85.
To Mr. W. M. Wisdom The “Rober- First Term Begins Tuesday, Aug. 30. ’87
tine" you so kindly sent me is excellent
It is the finest preparation I have ever used
All c<»rr»*«*|M»ndi»n<1»- cheerfully an*wer«*L A<I-
ami is a decided acquisition to every la«ly * dro«* the President.
J eannie W inston .
I’ orti \ nh , Or . April 6, )*s?.
Dear Mr. Wisdom
I have tried your
“ Robei tine, ami it giv«»s me much pleas i
ure to «ay that it is excellent for the com
plexe ii. being one of the best articles ot i Iti sucre-sful oper .t n
¡ ' , p ,«roi. zed Ii. in
the kiml I have ever used. Believe me.
all sections i>f the N rp ••*'!. endorsed by
Probably as much misery comes from
Z. T rebelm .
business n»-n and I«-., ling educators
habitual constipation as from any derange
THE MOST PEKT H TIA I 01 IPPI I» S( l!(H)L
ment of the functions of the body, and it is
of its class on th« ( oast, it <
private or class
I.ninlnr, Sauli, llnttra. Etc.
difficult to cure, for the reason that no one
lnslrti’tion, <!.»y and event ¡; th* ¡gl. ait the year, in
Thu Sugar Pine Doer A Lumber < u. of Arithmetic, Writing, C<>rre-p'»nden> e. B<x>k-keeping.
likes to take the medicines usually prescrib
ed. Hamburg Figs were prepared to ob Grant's Pa-s arc yow in full operation and ’ llankinn,Shorthand Type writ i -, I'.,is.ness .«t.d Legal
viate this difficulty, an«! they will be found are prepared to fill all or«ier> for F en < in «*, . I Forms aád ail Q> mon School Branches. Stmtart*
"J •»•! ■
admitted at any time.
pleasant to tlie taste of women ami ' cliild- B oxing . R i sth . F loorin ’«;. C eii . in «; ami ! Catalogue
... . A’« sc,. Proprietors.
run. 25 cents. At all «Iruggists. J. J. F inishing L i mbeu ; al»o D oors , S\.- h ,
B ra < kf . ts . P i « kits , M«»t i . din «.* ami L vths
Mack A Co., proprietors, S. F.
at prices to compete with any mill in south
Farm for S ¿.le.
Oregon. They make a specialty of
Ear nit a re for Sale.
Lix k Fi;' ; t Boxes of ail kinda 1 ’• isous
he unueiihigneii ohi : hew huk .
As I am going away. I offer for sale my re«juiring anything in their line can get
nt a low tiitnre,
am*- <4 g«»«»d land, ait-
entire lot of household and kitchen furni price* and estimate* on application to their uatmi 2T mil«1' «‘i-t of LinkviP •. on th** Fort
» under fence
ture. Those securing any part or all of
and iu filtiv.u ton, whil«* m«»*! <» the b*lan«'O is
Wt kb A ZiMMFJiM \ n . Medford,
» ! w»4l of wa
them will get sonic of the best bargains
C. W A vers . A-hlan«1.
ter an«l a lo^ii -»a- <»n t1 «• prop-.•_ . F«»r further
ever offered in Jacksonville.
W » ' l.rrvi i:. < 'entrai Point
particalars call on or a Idn -s.
J. H. GhiffU, Gold Hill.
L.N.G'JH ü JN. L dkrdle.Or.
1. W. BthUi. i
Judge L. R Webster. Distrii t Attorney
Wm. M Colvig am! Attorneys H. K.
Hanna ami ('. W. Kahler went to (¡rant’s
Pass Tuus«Iay evening to attend the a l
joni md term of th«-circ uit e«»urt for Jose
phine county, which conv«?ned on the 17th
in*t. A* there was but little business,
they hav«* already returned.
Newman Fisher, accompanied by bis
wife and son, Charley, ami Miss Maggie
Linn started for San Francisco on Sunday
last. Mr. F will lay in a line stock of
goods tor his store in this place while there
and will return in a*few weeks. Mrs. Fish
er and son will remain permanently, while
the latter expects to be absent sometime
visiting friends at the bay city an«l in south
HALE BROS. & CO.
Tlire.’liing in full blast about here
A man named Thompson, employed
There « ill be a party litre to-night.
the grading force, was badly injured
August 10th, by a premature explosion
Crops are generally turning nut well.
a blast. He was badly bruised, but bis
A new Baptist t-hureh will be built here
juries are not of a serious nature
Thu roadbed has been closed within
Considerable grain is being hauled to the
about eight miles of connection, but as the warehouses at this place.
work is now through tunnels principally,
Mrs J. Downing of this pt. inct left last
there is no chance to shorten staging or dis
week for the East on a vi it.
pense with it, until connection is effected.
Mechanics arc still at work on the large
Morris’ camp is now located within about
a mile of Barron's, lie w ill nut move again ■ hotel, and it will not be long when it is
it is said. The line below him wifi be oc • finished.
cupied by other divisions of the grading
M. Pur« ¡pile of M\rtk t ruck, Douglas
forces. Below Barron’s the work is com. I county, is putting up a tine, large residence
paratively light To finish the heavy ■ and expect» to remain with us.
work in cuts and fills will require three j The lower-tory of Carey’s building has I
months yet, it is estimated.
j been finished ami presents a handsome aj>-
Chas. Funk, a bridge carpenter at the pearan« •?. W. B. B»*rry «lid the work. J
J. E Smith, who intended going into the
railroa«! extension, broke a leg several «lays
since by falling from a tree. He and oth furniture bu-ine-s in thi* place.has tii.-posed
ers were playing with a foot-ball which of his property and gone to A-hlaml where
lodged in a tree, which the unfortunate he will reside
man was attempting to get, when a limb
W B. Berry ot this place cut his foot
on which he was holding broke, causing «piite severely sometime ago, with a fram
him to fall quite a distance.
ing chisel» almost severing one of hi* to«'«.
A correspondent to the T imes under date He w ill s«>on be able to att«*n«I to his work,
of August 11th, semis the following: This however.
morning at 2:45 o'clock day-light was i The race which w ill take t lace near here
made through tunnel N«> 14, on Burt Stro- to morrow between Nellie Gray’’ and
bridge’s division here at the railroa«! front. “Cap" i* causing a great d< al of comment i
The tunnel is 409 feet 1 >ng, and to-nior- and no doubt a c«m-i»lciable amount of
row’s work will iini>h it, being six week* money will change hum!* on th«- result.
since thebeginning. Considering the na
Rapid Heatimj oj the Heart.
ture of the rock gone throng!), railroa«!
Whenever you f« » l an uneasiness in the
men say it is quick work This is the first
region <-f the heart, a -light pain in the
tunnel finished for this company in Oregon. shoulder, arm. or under the -houl«b*r-blade,
Considerable excitement prevailed at the or when y«>u timl y«»ur*olf -hurt of breath
when exercising, or your heart ha* y»eri«>«ls
railroad front over the dis/ppearance of of hi-ating ia*t. you hav«1 heart disease, ami
Miss Frazell, who is S3 years old. of Buck should take Dr Flint's Heart Remedy. At
Rock tunnel, who had b«en mi-*ing for «lruggi-t* $!•'»*» De*uri|’tive t«*ati*e with
several day*, but was found on Monday wa<-h b'-ttle: or addre** J. J. Mack «k Co..
last. The old lady h«n<! gone blackburying
from the house of bur brother, Col. Fra
Ibneira lb r Youth.
zell, and becoming bewildered was lost in
Mrs Phoebe < Ii«-lev. Peterson. < iav Co .
the mountains fur over three days and in Iowa, tells the following remarkable story,
the truth «•! wh ¡ ii i- vouched f. .r by the
her wanderings came to Dullarbide’s saw residents oi th»- town : ‘ 1 am 73 years «»hl,
mill where site was taken in in an almost have been troubled with kidney complaint
exhausted condition. A large number of and lameness for many year-, could not
¡HTsons from the railroad and a parly from dress myself without help. Now 1 am free
from ail pain ami sorem -s. and am able to
Ashland w’ere searching for her when she do all my own housework
I owe my
thanks to Eh- tri.- Bitter- for having renew
ed my youth, am! removed <»inpletely all
Fi om Sheriff Dean. who returned from disease and pain.’ Try a bottle, only .»Oc
the railroa«! Momi.iy • i venin :.we learn that at < ity Drug Store.
he ami his deputici raided three »'hine^e
gambling tiens on
Sunday la-t ami
succ< eded in breakin • them up for a
time at least
In every in.-tance the <»tl’i- |
cers succeeded in getting the outfit- used '
in gambling and something over
<»v» r £2»» in
money was taken, whit h the sheriff has
turne«i into the school i’uml. The Chinese
hav ing off’e rc«i a b’ ihe to the officers of >I«J
a week to not bother them, hardly expect
ed to be rai«le«i ami they were taken with
surprise when the sheriff and his deputies
came in on them. No arrests were made,
but everything possible i
break up these dens.
Large Stock of Bcbts and Shoes
bclcrtc«! >t«»«-k i»\ th«1 I k *t American Manufacturer?-. Please
<to«».l* ami Price- l>cf«»rc puruliabin^. lJeeiiectfullv,
J. NÌ NAN
Diarrhoea and Dy-ciitery
Piiupk-a on the fav . and Freckle».
Old Sores end l le er».
Wind iu the Stomach.
Headache au l Nervous Depression.
Rheumatism w 1 Gout.
Vaitis iu the Bone, and Joints,
all Skin Disease*.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCISTS AND CROCERS.
REDLAND NURSERY, Hitadle I
tìix miles 8« »ul h <»f Grant's Pass. Joseph in
A. H. CARSON Prop’r
In Htock. consisting of
Apple. Pear. Peach
Plum. Prune. Apricot
Al*-«», It«»* celebrated
Kelsey Japan Plum ’
All tr»M‘h warrante«]
1 ' V I «’II ’
1—< <»!!<«r of hl**rnl art*.
Ii («»Hog«* of ni'siicm**. Dr L I'. Frarer.
III -4'<»11«* k »* <»f l«w. JnU^r W M. Rain rey.
IV Women’s «»»ll»1»;«*. Mr- « < Hawley
V CWMTVfctOQ of inUM< Z. M Parvin. di-
VI V ti B or^it \ a« Md« uij.
\ll Art <i«*i*urf iiH ti’ MT- Man«* i ratg. in-
360 Students !
30 Teachers !
Itoij iMiurd for joung men.
Hl 50 PER WEEK
L«di«s»' Issird in Woman s <-<dl«*g<* Lail, $2
with unfurnished r»»oin;
30 with nicely fur-
rtH.in, First term betnne September 5th.
And grown on natural fruit land without irrig«- ’
sent free. Address
tion. and fr«M‘ from all inject jm -M k and diseaws. ( Chtaiogue» awl infermittifin
IHtis. I O Min. PresMeat.
such as California tre»*s wre subject to.
Sal cm, Oregon
Those who contemplate tree planting will do
well to get :ny price n-i beiore purchasing else,
Post Office Murplix, J»>*“phine Count; . Or.
An the underMpn. d i» c 1< mmd < apLieblack-
Railroad Htation- f >rant’b Pat* .
riint!« buMn*M-*«in Jackn nville, th«*« indebted to
A. H CARSON
him u »Il confer a fuv«»r l»v «-»«ttluut up m > noun be
Jtuie 12. lbôû.
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