The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, January 20, 1888, Image 2

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J.IC AS 'V VII.LE.
e iiv j ^ cuioc r a lit ïimtà
rr Haa panaritaKU D.nisa
th «
Trai— tl
C.U.Z3T Pao-PrCT’ » >S THC TfijMI.
ini« imi Nprr lor JackMii. Jevpttmr * Lakr
An Indian at Fort Klamath had
his head blown off while endeavoring to
thaw out a riffe which Im thought waa
empty.
Jacksonville, width ie the county-seat
ttaXKlÂOKif IX JllKiOX CQUXTT
dukisu iati.
JaXCalT.
Jan, 2 0 W Sly amt Klfle Stlnmson.
4, W F Shaw and Sarah Bever.
6 T l> It as and Annie M Shipley.
9 C llolt-n t Hiid Lizzie .1 f»ii'’ii.
25. \V 11 Cii-hmaii end R-st- Vogell
»KBHUABY.
Fob. 4. M A Stanley and Carrie I Gall.
14, E S Stowell ami Sarah Geary.
13 J R Robinson and .M Coleman.
13. C H Vrxhtenii'i Ida A Beach.
13, H <1 Faircloand Anna Murray
16, H T MeClail.m ami Cecilia Drib
16. N A Jacobs and Emma Strang
20. N Brophy and Emma Robinson
"JO. Burl A*ken and .Mary 1 Bail.}'
The sutler’« atora at Fort Klamath
had a nar-ow escape from deal ruction
*»ne «lay last we» k. the roof being hu<n *«l
•4 Soil'hern O egon. ba* a population of off before the fiie waa put out by the
1200, and is noted for its healthful tie** soldiers.
of Jar-k*on county, i. the pioneer town
J a XUARYIS
F i .’II m V
and tj»>- romantic scenery contiguous.
Democratic State Convention,
dustry uf Jackson cuutitv, nearly all of
A Democra’k Htut« < '«>« vention for theSfot«» of
O tvkou is w« b? cm l«»d to im-etul
b b»n.
Um-«'14a county, « mi Tu «d«jr. April«,
fur
tu« pu«P "«*-' «»I iiuHB»i»Mlii«g m c ndblute for mem­
ber u< « ougicta, M CM« d tl.it« fur jU' gr bl «ht* Mil
pr«*ui« «xe«it. i»ix liviPMht s to th«« i ano al Dam* -
cmiic eoure n«»n. ai.d -ix Mli* n».te»; to ratify
tit v triou» diairict Duu:in«tt>«>f.». ao«i aueb o«h«*r
bumuMM na may pruparo c^a» bufofo'ina cud
vanti* n.
g. i id-von vent ion will be rompoMcd of 1&S delo-
tfHirw. . p,">riloiohi tu th V mi iuu- CoQUtiea on th»«
Vot« oil for the * ai*ddaie fur<‘ iigre«» Mt th«
•»«•O’lyn uf Iasi, b iiiuoD«* tlel«M .t* forauc Coun­
ty mqu «>««•* fur «vuiy 3uu aud iimciiuu uv^r 1 u
vu I h « »o cast.
in hcc »nianee with «aid np««u. t»onnQ*»nt. 1» « re­
ap c.iv- Coiiuii»*« wdl b«»*MUU'dlu tbu tulluw-
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The o n not«u re p'-4-tml y rrc» man « • th.»-
th« c«»anty couv ntioiia f •" thu*d*u u»u of
«
g .t *e io ihaSc o« cuur«itu>:i. unim~ «rl»»»rwi«M>
order’d by U»«* l.»c«i co«o iy vnutuiltev, b« Iu hi
uu » luidn), M)*rch 24,
B G oidsmith ,
«’h* »•m »n D-m«*'* tic d»M* ('»T’r»«! < «»in«» ft«**
the many paying nrinea of that section
la'ing tributary t > it. La business hou-e*
aie mainly of brick,
T hk St. F.iU /‘.»unr r.w.B« uhlicao
says: “l.a-gc earna-t inanu aci, re a **'
that fully ninety five |*er cent, of carpet
brcaueU the wools
see not tai-ed in t, ia country.
I> lliia i
the ca-e, it ought to lai jier.ectlv plain io
ev. iy iw'iMin that the *x»n> r the p • tee
ti* e ilmy i* abolished t ie i* ter u will 1»
for the people."
Tug legmU’.ti u ol
a* al-o
its public
tnnldings, one of the larg“-t and prettiest
c.nirt hou-.-a in the siata being located
here
Ja> k-onville also ha* a number of
-ub-tantial Iwelbn.-iiou-e-, a* it is the
abiding-place <4 n v< ral wea thy men.
One of tlie le st public school* in Uiegon,
with b ur t>ac' e *, i* also maintained at
tins place. Being nestled in the foothills.
*■ d l aving i-een a milting cainp >*f note,
* i o»e hc.iti'-n m t-r-saniy must be in
the vicinity <>l ti.e gul. h '« and creek*
which ti *t gate i' p oin pence, the O. A
C. R. K. C>>. lonnd it advantageous to
eave Jacksoiivdh) abou> five mile* to
iivw-et. Tiii* h i* had the tendency tu
r tard its gr- »th, e-ia-ci*! y aince othet
i< wn* have epriing up on ih<- line of iail-
nuil. L* cu z ii- *rie not <1 emayed,
however, und the town look* lietter than
•wr. Not many n-w hmldinga have
b.en limit Io re du mg the |>a*i yen', l>ut
epa r- and iinprov.-ment* on piilrlic and
1'iiva'e p'lqs-iiy li.ve l«-en geneial, eo
iliat th.'re i-nu evi-lenee oi de< av. The
nio-t <X)*n*ive alio la-.iiit ful building
a im'll li ia l* en i ut up in Jai k-onville
mriiig 1887 i- the m-w <lw-l.ii>g,house of
p. e nia-lei Millie , e-re'ed at a co*» of
3'»m. Tlie I' »ii i- surrounded ny a large
o y oi ih • b. st fru t a> d gre.pe land
la Oregon, v Inch sooner or later will be
tax » to it* lull productive capat-ity.
Ilion we may look tor the pions-r town
lot.ikeaiic» gr wdi and maintain it*
d.l-tmie p oiu.li lice Collside able laud
■ <-t far otl l> •* iat'- v lieen locat <1 by *e
ual *<-ill<'is, an I th- e i* a liv> Iv di*
' ail on • I land-own r* to p ant o chards
nd vinev a d. in the immediate vicinity.
—Arui Irm-'* 'rre^ouiun.
«
Wuoi« a,v |ni|>oit>d,
It
holds the key to the extensive mining in­
Washington terri-
o » w »men ; «»ut th ; v»Me wu« cl Her than
Ti e following ih a
way would be to
Tl»e prop©«
whic’i t»Mjk
•UblUit the question to the people at toe
.Miltun H B uckman and Minerva C
H g d.
A large m.ijuriiy of the peo le there a«e
women,
and
oi
enf. aiichoemcDt
the
to
Gov.
has
b« inpiu
been
a»ked to Veto the nieAMiie.
F vll FROCKKDUtGS <>i the
Dviuocratii*
S: »te k rn ral Coinmillee wi 1 be luund
ou lue ti
m I
II will be
p44r ol the i’lM a
noticed Ill'll lhe
couvent uu will *»f
li ‘hi at fou i eioti on
April 31 an«l tn«*
March
ditf rent county r»»iiveut Qna on
It now in iui iunb iit on a>l true
24 li
lK* tioc>al-* to buckle on their a Uiur and
bittle idi Inully tor p nty Au. reiu .« y.
be a yea* ui
1818 Well
uuiuim !
a*
pol.Uua.
lUi. o Uitre.
D'.rt.aT at the pulls neat Nivcmh. r
Will C USk* tbw rxmlt lll*W',f tl,v He| ul> ica>>
pa ly, wh.i h cam,* into ex -tent-« upon a
single Idea, and in the laiier put oi it»
hi-lu y »o l.a-rlv b-lmytl the iiit. re*t-
of the I’coplr i.y nui.iliiiM up ami io-ter­
liionuf ulb-a that bat e
ine the gi^a' tic
giowit | uwt-rlul and fatt, ned ut the <z-
p-Use of the uidii-tr,al nia^sert, aa)a the
Baker city
1'rmnen.t.
T h <8 cold W4Ve alsost.ni'k Californi a
ta l in th,- fa. r, j uLing fruiti iate-t re»
The nier. u,y dropp
latri*
1) degrees .>-l»w
al
z ni
I down
t>
Yr-ki, and
«v.-n in suutbein l alito,ma. tbe l -n i ol
thè o auge and
Wa* a
liiere
lenoni,
a eon»i Icrable »nowfail an i
f
eiìng
we.ith. r, allieti dui ino e ur lo** >1 a u.tgu
d ,miteni O eg ,n i>*< pi -n y u;
to Irn t.
eo.up.tny un thè Weather q-n-rtiuii.
T he deb* it
t f the amendment for ti»«*
lime «H holding elmtiun* leaves Or go »
the ti st Slat»* t» hul*l an election in IMS
Th«* ulrcib'U wnl be watche«l wdh
inucl«
interest, l*evau«e it is g -neraliv ronve.l« d
th.il tht R pu »l ean pa*ty is ha«lly du
uioia iz *«l.ai!«i t i- p ohab >ity «»f « I)
A
ocr.it i«- victory is ft vie» mg.
l*w
a
big
I mmhii
Dvti,ccr.i-
Denituriery,
for
and
to place ll*' Il in
noiiiioHiion whom the ent|re party
T i 14
U. S. Senate h.m «unti me«l the
ii»»i«ii.iaii»«t» «>i
Vila- .»» Sec »fa y
NV. E
ut ill * 1 .leriu , Dun
m
can
/ erieic.
and will wiipp««rt —
-’Jeneral, •ml
Ju-ticif ut*
L Q C
Sup1 enm
tue
I’.jst
D.cken-on
Lain.«« a-
Cuini, all ol
Judge Lamar waa c«>iiti»in *d by u rlua«*
vote, ih.ee Re »«il>liua'i S.-nafor-— S«ai -
— . i-ung
K 4 II -b
IfeiMurrath:
given
8 •natura
R *pubbcan
notice
for confirm it on.
manager*«
that
th»
have
thus
The vottn'y comn.is-ionern denied the
petition p e-enteil I" them, asking that
a bo'imy of leu cent» I*« placed on rab­
bit scalpa.
‘bO'xly-lint”
will once more b* their ato.-k in lr.»ds
a*« nut’ii ii( can bi
Toe We«'e'n Stag" <’o i* makin > con­
nection- on tin e ami llie mail nervi*-« ia
iiiu *-» i la-iter than
it »as on the ohi
John Si-men*, tie |opn>a* Linkville
ha her.’i* agent f-m Moor«’» hair invigo
rator. th" beat a tide in that line manti-
fa* tured.
a4'*gi-in am1 c iatm^ t «eir vut a with the
Tue
Balille toni ty j lil and tour-h>>n«e
a e » itb"U' an iuiiia'e, which -peak*
Wrl ho our county.
tonte.
ab »ve p «ry pre) i lie? ail aoa»luw »Iu n*
aai«l a^ainat Lamar
Dr DePiiv of Linkville 1* vaccinating
ma* v nl our t* “id- nt*, l aving r* ceived a
qn u-'ity oi I' e»»i bovine v ru* fioin San
Fiai.vi co.
excepting that he was an ex-Jontcdvi-
ate.
Jmlge Sn i'li I.»«
turn *1 f nm San
Frinii <••*,» h...... he ha* >*e n la'-n • i"
• fi e. In g* • t** k ot ^( xm Ì i * for ih»? R d
Hull e at l.uikv ll*-.
At-ciHiliog io th»* Star • li*-r»* i* cnlv
lw** li-* t i f *' ow on t
new “’air»* r a<l
• low n lite Kl.tmai»*, Vhie ih ie IH RIX
(e*-i on-D « *»l*l ma I.
A bridge w-ll soon be built sernw«’
I i * i » i *!v»-i.nea I- i-oi*l -naln a I* d.m/’
It has i»een
mi the oi I hi i'll ti !ake.
llevd il *• III t un-.
ili'rca'ier I» ten i » II he »' e voting
Tl « <-lmrg>-
place ol 1’ e> i » I* * vii <•»
w ii - ni ul-- ai Hi'- I i-i tei in of tin? coi.nty
V* niii’i-»i»»n» r-' von t
,
Frit' ll Ail.un- i- I i.vi'g » iv nt il«i'!l-
iti-z-1 ou i- v vi l.-.i »li b * piavi' in lu'i»
; ak«-i r. i-.i'Vt .in I In* wanv fiiviicbarr
v¡. wi' g II III W t.l -ll-p violi
>1
t on.-i ler.il'h* io-iiivg i* Le ng ilon*.
' hut al k’n.l- of -t.., k a i» doinz finelv
noi will wilier w. 11 iii .I v - s th- »now an*l
a 4 «i*b re- vol'l wvatiivr Imgi i too long.
Tlda is « iteti
things
distant
We have not exper i-m-eil »nell coki
' weailv r for a long I n e a* l a* lu-en pre-
, vailing *iii ing t' e i a-t lo luigi t.
N -Hi
when
i g *i n< u* I a* h »uni <1 I e .ime of ii,
11 i.owever.
wo k
T he m „'*t <*ri«aiiialJr j»r«eof attempt
« d i i cki « y w as to la* o tn li the M<l- •
who
Mar. 17. W P V in Buren and a I’otlcr
20. J <i Beiietiel and E M t'lark.
24, J 11 Marlin and Susan J Price
are known here, w«*re lost in the moiin-
ta;ns while out hunting near that p’ac •,
an»l at last reports had not been foun« 1,
though large parties w«*re out s*»arching
for them. They we»-© Chester F. 0 len-
eal, formerly of Klamath county, and
the «on of James Applegate, who livo<l
in Ashland one winter before going to
southern Calib r iia. It is feare«! that
they h «ve perished in the storms, say»
the
AFRIL.
Apr.
MAT
Measles are prevailing in this county.
A. Williams of Medford preaches
at Grant’s F mss Sunday.
Bnsin^RR is quiet ami nothing of im­
portance occuriing at i res«*nt.
R R. M o> ri*. n'ir rffi i*»» <lenn»v sher­
iff, ha* b.-en in Portland this week.
We are g’a'l to notice that Senator
Miller is recoverin',! fiotn hi. recent ill­
ness.
Grant Topping and Mi*. E. Herritt of
Apnlegate were tnatned one day thin
week.
C. K. Chanslor our «ffieient cnjinty
clerk, ha. the thank, of the Tuff.» for
favor*.
Politics i* being broached in some
quarters, but in a very cautious manner
** yet.
Grant’. Pa’« ba« a dancing duh, with
twenty members, which holds regular
•eMHons.
Grant's
in
showing.
Pass i* out of deht and has
the town treasury. A good
There is
no trnth in thè report that
diphtheria haa tnaiie ita appearance al
Grant*. Pass.
Wm. Bigelow of Williamsbu-g precinct
has been quite ill with quinsy, but is now
convalescent.
8. Harkne*. and others have shipped
a considerable amount ot ice to Meditili!
The rei-vnt Ivap yea' rurty ghen by
: <h la'l.e* oi Li kv.lie w i* n.ii h of a
' siK-i-v*«, an i Hu- y u 'g men «'H leiinn
le.a-e Bu li vs- in Klam »th < "in.ty !i> Alr
in M<lvoi-aiii)g tl eii «*uii«e he ih »« al'y ìn- .Hap' -, wim, toa» t <e. w tii R di>h C. M l­
jwriwif B» a» d 'h**v wi I d«> w. Il >o b i l «• | le ,» II »»like 'll <<•'• lg.it 'I Umve sal
V- 111'..II .'i .11 |. |,CI- ¡it Dal y me Hie p:< »-
tbia HPMle.n r«.»r«*n Mnn«*l»nn-en Ifi r
i "> i
mi
* i» k a er* an.I arm* r- will
‘du Wait IU llllvsl Hi Illis kill.I Ut IVlaCil'g.
Ite beton»as cntnely uuguvyri able.
tale at the TlMB> office.
Doth
and plucer
quartz
Snow lies to a considerable depth
in the
lulls, which will c >me qaite handy in lhe
near future, In suine piace, it is several
1.
11.
15.
12.
12
17.
25.
27.
OCTOBER
pective h'U-.holdr.
3.
5.
6
6.
18.
22.
23.
24.
26.
26
26
26.
31,
made of the singing, uliii li took place dur
mg the periormam-e, in the death scene uf
li'lle Kva and Sinclair. 1'wo sweet mel«>dirs
produced by those beh.mi the scenes add*
rd greatly to the we rd etr*ct which it wa<
intrnded
Qil te a number of marriages took place
in tIn* county doting 1.487,more than ever
liefoie during a single year
A full list
will )« found in another column.
to
produce.
Dr. Flana­
prospecting the Jewett ledge.
gan is biipvrinteiidfng the work, being also
rated.
Articles
week, and re-incorpo­
of
incorporation
No
oetlcr
Uncle
have
smee been tiled in the i flice ut the Secreta­
ry of state. Incorpor tors. Thus T Mc­
Gamble, an experienced miner,
Geo. 11
is siit»erin'endii>g the extensive tunnel­
work now being prosecuted in thc Wag­
ner cr«ek quaiiz mines.
Dr
Willis Everette,
the so-called
• Xpert, has been discharged and no doubt
Messrs
AcWplsu« .«sirs,
well rewards«I.
AN EXCEI.LK \ r COMPANY.
\ a
Grand
The following i* a list of the new toad
sup' rviso'R appointed at th. last term
Two largo and rnagnifi<*»»nt nil paintings
of the comity commissioner«’ court:
in fine gilt frames, value ’ at $30 and an
;
District No 1, John George; No 2, RM elegant music n«»x. playing four of lln*
Thompson ; No 3. W A Massie; No 4, W
latent operas, and emding $20. will be ra’-
York ; No 5, C O I’iglow ; N" 6, J F II ol
fle<l oft at the H. F. V'.:«-iriy ftiore in Jack­
land ; N • 7. Cha* Johnson ; N • 8, N -l.ou
Johnson ; N" 9. G M Bour; No 11. J S W sonville oil Washington'R birtliduy. The
highe«t throw with rhe dice ge> the pic­
8in th ; No 12, George Lewis; No 13, M
1» L «'rooks; No 15, T P Lec;Nu 16, tures and ill*- lowest llir« w th»* miiMic h.»x
Tickets, *nly $1 each. Don’t fail l«> buy
Wm Rich.
«me.
Th« following is a list of officers oí
Pruit Trrrtt at
I
4k. n\ro v.' a. Blood Elixir is the only
TwV-wvA AS Blood lieniedy guaran­
teed. It is a positive cure for llcers. trup-
tionsor Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
whole system, and banisli< S all Rheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. Wo guarantee it.
F«»r >nle
mi
• itv Drugstore.
HUNTS
Liken
for c
dhcp
fruit tree«
K1ES, STRAWHERBILb, FIGS.
Oar tiers ar* grown without irrig-tiou on red
hill land, m d »II of knewu vadeti-w that »-ucoe^d
m bouti-ern Oregon
Tnoe« contemplating tr»*e planting will do well
ro vifii our urci.Kru ami nurwery, «»r write u> «a
f rpncH-li«*f A<idr«-Se to a« Mt Mutphy. Jeee-
pkin county. U rgen, er to b K tewitiwa.
Ginnt’« Paa.-, Or
A. H. < ARS' N A BON
PHCENIX, OREGON, and OAKLAND, CAL.
Our Stook this sja .on C maol be Exo»Ued oa the Coast!
Neither in Qantitr Q iilicir. V iri.tie* S> m of Tr*««. nor llccllk and Ti«or of came, and e»bra.*-*
dll........I oz r<. ..t. t. *f VP
..'Jilt PL.Ü4. i'EACti. PHUN14, APUlCOr, SKCTAtUNE
’ lltKUiEa, AUMOND8. l-.U. Etc.
M ?
Txxzs xmaerx1
Kidney Æiver Medicine
nmn
k . voh . v
to
rAir~
CTRE5 all DUenara of the Kldneya,
I.lver, Bladdor, and Urinary Oraana:
Dlaeaae, rain, In tho Rack,
Non-ltetentlun of I’rlno,
Dyspepsia, Constipation, and riles.
HUNT’S REMEDY
CURKS WHEN
ALL OTHER
Plums, Prunes ami Apricots on Myrobolan Plum Stock.
P. B VR11Y PEAli, ti c best late shipping variety.
ML’III PEACH, (freestone)still heads the list.
KAN ADAV’S CLING, the eanner’s pride.
KELSEY'S JAPAN PLUM, has no peer.
ROBE i » e SARGENT PRUNE, nover before offered in Oregon,
Lt is this which, in a dried state, forms thc celebrated prune, D'ENTE.
(French Conserves).
BERKELEY GOOSEBERRY’, the most profitable of them all.
Languedoc, King’s, Soft Shell and Paper Sholl Almonds.
LARGE STOCK ANO VARIETY SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
Evergreens, Shrub}, Rues. Clematis and Flowering Plants, Small
Fruits, Grape Vines, Etc., Etc.
¿V* 'fofor * p lrnhtMinti «1 xhero, pxrtie« intending to p’ant true will find it to their interest to
jom« til « *-• oir 4t »? < 111 i * t’ i »ir p. i ^4. Jatnlu
ia tiled gratis upon application
AddrHM« all co umu*ii''fttiona to
HAMYI?* BROS. Phasnii. Jaekeun County. Or.
THE LADIES
HENRY KLIPPEL,
Of Southern Oregon are hereby informed that i
eddinofi te a large iwtd stegmit fine of
MEDICINES
them to a healthy action. HUNTS REMEDY is
a w'e, sure, and spoc*!y cure, and hundreds 1»e.va
been aired by H when ptiysieians find friends
had given them up tn ¿¡a.
try at
IH net
owe? HUNTS WZMEDY
Bead ter Paai|«h!ot la
<
HUNT’S REMEDY CO.,
Providence, R. 1»
Ask your drnggiM for IIUNT’A T .I’MF.DY
Tak« na ithor.
Sheriff ’a Sale.
DY VIRTUE >F AN EXECUTION DUI.Y
I> iNHUoioit «>f th« cir«’uit ernrt oi th»* Brat**
<»f Oregon, for Muitn«>u)ah «*«»unty, <»n »h« 24tl.
day of D»-c-*m »»r IfKJ, and to «n«« diractAd an
deliver «i. hi favor «»f l’h** Bo nd *»f ('••tnmit»sioii
• th for the Hile «»f Bchtiol a d Univ.Tnity laandr*
and for (he invwUrneDt of the fun<l« «rining1 here­
from of the fit ate of Orthrm. Plaint iff-, who re­
covered i j idx ue it »«n i «J»*cre « of foi^hnure of
a certain inor<g
in the >ibov ‘-named court on
t teith diy of January. IR81. and agai.-ist the here
iiiaftwr «l^Mcribttl real property
to B
K Dowell nn«< N. A Dowell. D«*fenda itn, 1 am
commanded to levj on and «tell »aid property t<»
•ail4fy. tiret: — Tne «uin of Moveote *n hundred and
mix y-four dollar«, wuh interest iberet»u from the
4th day «»f Jai uary. la#6, at the rate of i2 pei
cent. p“T annum, due upon a mortgage «riven by
•aid defendant a. B. F. Dowell Hnd N. A Dowell,
»o lUgk F. Barton,Guaidian of the min4>r hein-
uf Hi nut A' h I k » t , decaa ed, prior tu t»»e date ol
said Board of C-tmtm-aeioneri* mortgage ; secund:
- Tjie fort her sum ot four ihoQ-tand »even hnn
«lied and eighty dollar* and thirty-tir ■ cents, now
duaantd Boarti of t‘oinmietiionrra, witti inter, nt
tliereun from the 4th d»y of January. HWtf, at the
rate )t I • p»r re t. p«r year, and the forth«
•urn of nin»’t«-t«Jiir dollur* hi U ninety ce ita coMt*.
and th** further num of thi tj.-*ev*n dollar« and
oi^i tv two cent**, i » o M h on former writ, and m I mo
thecua'M of k * d upon thi*« writ *»f «’X*cuttu ». h
«»bedience t»» which •*•«! i writ, 1 did. <»»i the 12th
d »y 4>f January, 18'3, levy on Mud hereinafter de
««crir>»d real proper«', in the manner yr. vide ! by
law. and wifi »»ff r for «ai«*. for c»w«h iu ha d, at
public Mu<*tion, tu the highest bi d-*r, at the
uurt-Houae door in Ja kaunville, in «»aid county
au«i ntate. on
Saturday, February 189 .1. I). 18S3,
Jacksonville, Oregon.
Both Knit and Maalis.
WANTS’ WARDROBE, COMPLET^
)WN PROPERTY. F\RMS. VINETAHDH
nnd Wining Claim* [fought end .’ould on Com­
mission
r
If IN ING PATKNTM nhfaiued at
JX rate* aud with dispatch
H
W
N
LrcKBT. Notary Publie J T RotXJXRS
LUCKEY & CO.,
P
Ladar 4 years »»lo
A heantifal line of
HOSIERY I
LAND AT BEJRDCK PRICES.
ConsisttM of Lirie uid
SXYO
No. S7.
lfiilacre«
iUif acres fenced nn«i under cultivation and two
ro.>d i*pring* on tlie (»lac a . Tni< »s choice gram
uid fruit land aud is situated five mdue f’om
la^ksonviiie.
CORSETS,
Zephyr
SHiawTsi,
Ashland, Oregon,
BNELu HEISTS HU B W<K)I>ABD,
• xenrial Vamte. Portland, Or.
For snl<‘ by diu^gisU* gen»*raJly.
THE STAFF OF LIFE!
THE KOGUE UIVER
FACJUivr'Y:
J. S. SWEET, Prwud nt.
Malhematior, i’»yo ougy aud School Eeunomv.
JULIA M. GOODYEAR,
English Gramma«', Khet< ric and Lutin.
FIRST-CLASS DRE88MAKER,
ronman.Nuip and Ex «caiivu Work.
Our Creed ! !
<»w upon the market
it i» m eure c u- forali eon p humors and will
*»*ni<»ve and prave t d end ruft; alno, if y ow hair
• foiling ouï, «»r h >■ t»»*c »me Pareti and drj. it mH
h » ck it tn » r»* d-r ii soft »«nd *dus*y. Try it. It
ever fo*l*. MHuiififiCiared end sold by
1887-1888.
C. F. NES8E.
STEAM FLOURING MILLS
H aving ke < ently been refitted
with
all modern improvements, ure now turning
•tii a nr&i-chM*« article uf Uuur, wiuch is put up in
fi tjarrel Hack.*, and every sack is warranted tu
•mtaiM sV puuudr* of tiour if you don't believe
' uh , just compare a mmc M of our tiour with any
»liter brand uttered for »tale in thia market, and
-«•te the dxtf»-rence in weight.
Flour and Mill-Feed
MRS. LOTTIE 0. WILLARD,
i 'onstantly on hand and »exchanged fo* wheat
Voice Culture.
MRS. C. C. EDDINGS,
BARLE i
luatrumeut tl Axua c.
Drawing a <d Painting.
|1SflO.
N<>-43.
fciacr-«.
fiOncreii of ehoic* grat'i and fruit land n der
fere»*, with n* w dwell nt house and barn, and |
water for «Vuk- S tu i.eJ on*» mile from Gold
Hill depot.
Ad
YOUR
CATARRH
Ogbxx k>o Cured.
--------THE--------
THE BEST OF EVERYTHIH6
Cartolili Smoke Ball
ENGEL BROS..
la INFALLIBLE!
ASTHMA
Relhved ia Fits Minutes.
We bnlieve in truly mer­
RAY F KVER.
Cun* G uorautoed if Taken in Time.
iting the confidence of our
»RAFAFM
Ciuvd ua Three lu dix
patron« in Honest Good.«
DI phf Berta. Croup, Wrural.
tlx, Head ar ter. »ora
and Accurate Statement«
Tterwal
BrnsniLY Crgsa.
concerning them. Square
Invaluable Remedy!
I-an-DtoJ April, lm.
Dealing, a Cash Basin om ,
ar»r.\T av ■ hl .' wx
rne. *r Tr-alm—i* U 00, |1nca>
lhli.1100; I>b« Htorjor
Low Pz ices. Promptness
loteraaTUfie. fl 00)
and a Clear Conscience.
0ARBOLIO SMOKE BALL CO.
Market SI, San Francisco, Cal
All Orders entrusted to «W* 652
Bexrar. of Hurtfnl Imitation«»
us will be Strictly Filled
and in accordance with
TWtNTY-FHVST YEAR.
this Creed.
3T. MARY’S ACADEMY
13310.
No- 49.
24^) acre«.
Soil. dark loam; 1«43 ncr»w fenced; 1U> choice
fruit tree-; a com n rii »a'» dwolline-houae. liarn
andoat-hou-#*«: running wa or on the plan»»; oon-
rnnient to gt»d sch«*ol; eight rui.ee eaet of < en-
trnl Point
<U4K).
No. 50
34C acre«.
Uni'nprovei; hill land; O' a?»*«« ehom»* fruit
and. bvlanoa g x>l pasture; three mile« east of
M’ dfurd.
|7(X0
No. 51 -
W acre«
A Nu. 1 farm,aitnated two mil«*« norfoeMd uf
Pho nx. having a giw»d iWHlhng ho i«-. Imni and
nt bu’hbitgi», orohard, w«*o«l and wat»*r supply,
•tc. Ifriacr-v fon«’«Ni and ne»rlvall under culti­
vation. mufeh of which is«ueo**ptible to *ruit •*«U
tore, it ir alao w**ll Rttnar-d inahvdthful :O»,a-
t.»on *cho<»’ tiouse n»*ar by au«< less vlinn two
n I a from a tail road d
fsoon.
No VI
an acres.
t'lioice fruit and'train land; 151 acr.»« fonew I,
VI area 1 cultiv ttior; a living ►freara »» w d« r
»hr«»ngh 1 h” place.
Improver» ♦ it* new and
firnt claas; 750 f*u«» t'e- of b*-t var»ty. 1*4
iitlea from vVoxivilHe. A g«*.*U imtgain.
dUkri.
No. 75
2J# seres.
I/U arras n*dar f «ai»» n i l »a rtlSi v^t'O.i; e«rtl.
>•*»•, rich, dirk Irmin ; m<»«tiy level ; tt'-t-rlaM
n»*a<i<iw, gram end fruit land ; dwelling-lv»us*,
two barn**, orchard, etc.; epio-idid 1 cation;
*inespring of pure w per. in *ra e t mxh f->« »»on«*«
in«i ranch p.irp »4HR. Tw v mile« wwd »»f I’entral
Point
first-clast bargain.
CONDUCTED BY
THK SISTERS of the HOLY NAMKb
195 First Street, Portimi Oregon.
( have Grout llirgiin*« to oft-** and il
will pay you to k»*«i» a ♦*|.»«-* w itch o i th « • >ac«
f<»< tna neu six month« for Np »cinl Bargum« If
v<»n hav»» any p»o;g*r«y for aale, cum* and aer mo
and I Will do mf
lor f«o.
Oflfoe on California atrtwt, opp *.t » Nlover
House.
KKNliY KLIPPKL.
COOPER & SON,
‘ Thin sawmill 1« now in full operation and will
' knop on hand a foil stock wf all kiwis and diniea-
' flQDA uf
MEDFORD, OR., ; ROUGH AND FINISHED LUMBER,
Manufacturer uf and Dealer in
!
Having pl«e*d th* finest double Planer a»>d
Uaicusr
be fnnn i in th« Hogue River Valley
' in our mill w« will furnish ah giades of
The Bcholasti« year «>( Hits school will com
mence about tlie end of August, and is divided i
'our session« of ten week* each.
Boenl and tuitiuu, por term..............................fill u
Music ...............................................................
15 U1
TTrawipg and Painting .................................... 8 R
Bed aud Bedding ............................................... 3 iv
DAY MCtfUOL.
Primary Depertment ....................................... f !i fl
Junior
Pwpumtory “
Senior and Graduating Department............... JOG
Pupil» are received at any time, and stsecinl s'
tontion is paid to particular etudi«*« in bo .H'f
children wh'» hav* but a lim’tol time
|r„r fur
Sher particulars apply at the Academy.
ROLLERS.
11 »ring added a set of Barley Rollers to my mill
.are -etapiirt every Hat unlay tu Roll Iierlty for
ustomer«. The work will be done on snyrt
iidio . so that partie« can return with their grist
ne tuune (lay. I am prepared to roll barley at all
imeeand in tne be»»t manner. This pn»cess is
• r ahead of the crusher.
G. KAREWNK!
DEALERS IN
Ask Your Druggist For It!
Ifiriae-es
first-clas»
3USGY,CARRIAGE aidTEAM
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,
Aibland, Jxckxon Ocunty, Or.
All norr^pond»no* cheerfully a wwered
»Ire«» tlie Pr*«ident.
ftlOO
No. 42.
200 ar re®
■JJiacrea of nnimp«‘«»v<*d land Sn ’ic«*«* of which j
•.a pr:iirte I v*’d ami 11» * bala-iro go»xlti:nb*t lirid. '
dlgood fruit and giain la« d. with two livnig
«pring« of water. F<»ur miles ! rum Jacksonville.
IS THE ‘ BOSS ! ”
« l.undrit?» who have u«cd it at>4 proved it*» vir­
il*«* will m Mt oh*H»rfu ly tost if ». It is free Gum
ll deleterious or puit'O.etu» drug«, ao<1 is by far
MOORE, CASE & CO, Conailis, Or.
EMMA TOLMAN,
$<25
No. 41.
ltHae’ea
Thi* 1 -«nd fa nnimpr »««I. though RO acr<M of it
r good fruit and alfalf hmd an«l the haiant e fi
'itnbrr laud
• here i*a *»t»-»*a n o* water running
through t >e pl>2J dituafod tnr?e rn.lv« from
Jacksonville.
Cor- 7U1 and R Streets,
Any pa ’- so ’I wnh n< »o a *M
»rty wdl fi:.*l
it to th«ir inter wt to cvlI a d «»*•* a».
And many other things toe nnmertm« te mcation
1 have also secured the services of a
And am prepared to eaeeute all orders in that
haa in first clam style at reascuable rates.
i Mil and «ee ma «U th« building formerly oecu-
oied by A. L. Johneon on California street.
MRfi. P. P. PKIM.
♦10.0(0
No n.
392 acree.
gj:» ncrea under cultiv mon an»l fenced into far»
folda whir», »»re .**ve , ri- h. mend« w, g am a »d
ruit 1 vid. and 40a«*'e« n alfdfa
Th*i»*areon
he pla< e a l»<rg- a d thrifty o-chard two<1 wiling
• »-is a. two larg f»am« an«* 5 12 of an irrigtting
iitch. carrying SUf inchec of water
JOP
No 40
Unimproved; welt watered, and
place to make a good ho ne.
ilk
4I.OVES.
I* \NDKERCHIEFS
Afifp racre.
No M.
SV) acres
Thi** body <»f lanadjoin« Jvkeonv lie and ia
<evel, rich grain, fru t and vineyard ia id, and s
eneed in fiv«* field*. Thar-* i*«»n the plae»» h <iw«-ll-
DM»hnune. «p-pig hou*e with ft ¡e spring, barn
md oiithonMea. and a go»«d orchard Term«.
Kif c ’ in . aud the balauc.’ on two. throe and fi«e-
»ear payments.
TO ALL LKTTRM.
MOORE’S
ASHLAND
Shildren’« Start Clcthu,
iOMIT AHSNIDN girvi to all btu.neM
cuuucctMi wl.ht-*« Ltnd l)tfi :e
•dtOMPT REPLY MAD1
¿3^“ Charges in arcordHnur with lbs l«mes
Kefers, by permissiou. to C. ('. Beekman, fcafi.
tanker; tu Hun. L. K. VS abater. Judge of thia
■ tdiciHl dielrict. and tu any business Louse ia
iM4kMonv<lle
SILAS J. I? AY-
As cbenp as to be bo ight any plaee. alee
reMoasble
L--UAL DUCULLNTS
F\iLKDTo< LOHJio(fr my bcs - Of all kinds drawn up. especially i»3r*H;Ding u
the settlement of nixiw
lues« in Jacksonville. & a I Lad wished tu do.
1 have i*onclad»*d in oontmue the « une on a larger
MJalethaa ever 1 wm in ftan Fraacieou lerently. vollttlor «I AcroonU-—I’roiopt Remiltanui
wheie 1 laid in one of 'h«i fare nt and best stock«
of a 1 kinds of Firearm«. Amman Uoa. Cutler).
investment Securities a 8 r*ev« aft y
Jackson
Hardware «nd 8p<»rting Good« » ver brought to
•>u: t> Bcnp Bought and Sold
this market. Gouda «old a« the lowest possible
price«.
I have a complete set of Map« of all Purveyed
1 will guarantee these Goods to be ja«t what ueu.de in lui» ouuut), ai d receive abetraete
I represent them tu be B»*ing thankful to mx
uunihlj from Kuseburg of ail new en tries made
••Id cuxtoaiers* for th**ir paat patronage w» liberal- i am ihu* prepared Vo make out Homestead and
lr bast.»wed, 1 w«mid respectfully solicit a con­ Hre-eniptiui papers, and omxj ti.us save Uipartie«
tinuance of the same.
JOHN MI* LEK.
he expou»e ol a Uip lo Roseburg Land Offics
Several Uu« farm* ar»- iu ruy hands for sale
A Ch?'ce Collsît oi of City c.nd rhe Cleanest and Most Popular Dressing
C3J.iinP.JHn/fjrsii2.
Todies’ Furniihlng Goods,
Conveyancing in all i:s B anches.
Abstracts made of fitlec to Lands.
aying
1 hav« added to tny stoek the following elaea
goods, of which I have a fall line:
FAIL, M It acts directly and at once on tba
Kidney«, Liver and Dowela, resterlnf
N( TARY PUBLIC.
Fishing Tackle, Hardware, Paints, Oib,
REAL ESTATE AGENT !
Varnish. Glass. Cutlery, Etc*.
Sell, Rent, Lease and Handle
Real Estate Agent, MILLINERY ! Will Real-Estate
oa Commission.
JACKSONVILLE, ORECON.
HJ
SILAS J. LAY
fil’EOIjVLTIE.M.
MWD.
No 39
Ifinacree.
4 I acres under feno»*. #ith h<»a«»».bam « *d ^m*d
• rchard A «rr»*atn «»f wu**»- ru irrng through th •
;)lac»*. Which oan I m * u i i d to «»r rate folly nn«*-
»ilfuf the ranebe if desired. Siiu.ttcd in Table
lock precinct.
at 2 o’«'lo k t». m. of eaid <1 iy. all the right, till«
of I i and inter«*»-t of th»* said •iefe, «i«nt*. B. F. Dowell
and N. V Down«', a «1 • f N«mh Allen end Mar
«▼•ry <jascciffd«;:i in a iv qu i-ititv. at ihr J Brown, »«■• • inode pirtie« d f»*» da’t in smd
rowast wlp>Jr«<i«* rafov vi '! E B -tny’« Mlil, in and to all «»f the follow ng deacnlxxl
Ir.il-rstafo «»itice iu Me llor 1.' 'Ll¿itoti r.w*l prop *rty. ei.u-.twi in »aid county «»f Jaekaon,
ijfa'e uf Oregon, t -wit:
guar a n tred. ________________
' Tn- r.uilh h«lf (N *4) «»f block namberM forty
(W) in the tow » to Jw<-o ivill‘,»*ou’ity of Jack-
Off« PulHt Wt h Pt idr»*
•»> i, Hiate of Or»*gou. b -ing the block of ¡and jd
Tn thr “G rid n>t'»»« at bo il
yr »’i by which ^ewel) iru xliVMl in M (y. i«O ami on
>l«M»d*s ^anmparilla
In Lowrll, Mas*.
„
. which B. F Ih'W !(’•• brick tfweili g-ho »«« in
whrrr it fa prepari «!. thrra i « mon* «>f lio»i»|’s aal I 1« wi» of jack-onville now stand« : w I mo lor
number foi.r (i) of •* Cti<»e numoer two (2) an
Sarsaparilla »««id llrtn of alt oilier in»’di- th« nort .«*i»st qautorof th” north et-’t <piaj*tei
ctnra. ami it lia*« given the b<-«t nf Mati«fx<*. (N E H of the S K *s) of •••ction num *»r e'even
lion since its intr«NÌuciion fon war*« ago. (11). and t«»e north-W»* t <iu»rte- of the no'-tliwe-«
ÌÌHM r«»uld not b»‘if the i»i«*<ln iiir did n»>t quarter (N NV
of the N A’ *4) of «e«*ti«in num
pusvess merit. If y m mu {for f otn impure b-r twe v (’2), Ml in tow »ship thlrty-nnie (3W)
aoufh.
of
ring«
one
(11 weet.of iliameite meri I
b|oo»1, fry H< m »<I' n Sarsaparilla and realize
ia , co« taininu ninety-«* ven (97) acres »»f Un i.
ita peculiar curatila ¡»ower.
mor e or lese.MDdb ing««tuat»*i o»i Wagner e»e«k.
in the county of Jark-ein, State of Oregon ; also
a lot of ia.i«l Mtuated tn the t<»wo of J»tck*»»nvilU.
^rrilnur.t 4n Tr»n..
in the cu-tf »»f Jack« n. ta»e of Oregn i. «ie-
Great exciiriuei*» ba« been c.u-eit in the acrihed »«• follows : Beginning a the north-went
vicinity nf Par s, Tega,, tl} liff remarkable ct n»«r of John Miller’« l**t in aai<i «own «»f Jack*
recovery-.1 Mr J K Curie», who »»;< *•> «»•nvi le. thence «u nimr in an easier y dir-c«ion
lielple.j* he could nut iiiru iu be*l. or raise wqh Hille«*’« «i»»r»h h»»u »dary line one hundred
hi* liead ; evarybrnly »aid lie was dying of (lOb) Met tu Jidl-r’» north ea-t corner ; thence
n rtherlv, at right angR- with Miller’« line,
< .mallín i lion. A trial boltIe of Dr King's twenty on* (21) feet fo«ir (4) inc ea. to a stake ;
N< W Discovery wa, »»’ t hmi
Finding re­ the« ce we»-t rly. parallel with Miller’s north
lief, he bought s large l»»tlle and a box "f bon* dary line, one huniired (10’«) f*et to the
A y«»ld meds I. which is murid and
Dr Kmg’a New Life 1' Ils. Bv the time be eaMtsid^of Third street; thence with t1 e «ant
l neof Ihird str» et i* a -ou herb dire t on to «he
liad'tuken »Wo b. xe« of pills ami two t»*t
•nr inch in «iiatnrter. with th« word* ’ Ar
of beginning, in* lading B. F. Dowell’s law
I.es of llie Ol.ro/. j-v lie w.*, well ami liad place
kmiism » MrthodUt for Oration” on «>nr si«lr.
office.
gainel in fl »li tbih’-.ig pouml*
1'rial
I hr i rreon finding it wiil b*
Give*» n i«ler iny hand thislHh day of January,
' hoi|»r« ><f ttn-great ili*r..v ry f<>r uuu,ii|up- A. D* 18®
wartird bv tin ding it to Rrv J
I lion fres a* Drug okiree.
or dii#, J'. Day.
W. tf. eiuui.
B.W BWiiifcBn®
Qnlwrs
JOHN MILLER,
[MoNitiiuroia ifoporty.l
Wijkt Doudas. apHciai agent forth« “Old Ho-
ii»4biu” New York life lneurtuice c>» id puny, wno
wrote over forty poiici«-* ui our county a short
tiaie11<'» vame in today lopay thecUnmof Mrs.
cinwn al Wa lace. Tue fui*u a ing avk»)owh«dK-
m»*nts «peak iu u imiFtasauie teimr of praise.iuid
prtiVis nejund a doui t, U» all Wuu iiave pohcif*,
or who may tuSe pouciMain ctuar«iauiiGH company,
LuKt tu «laaet'i^y me iacea aw •>, t»i«»••«*» left Ouhniu
ms repreaeuUilives wilt ue c -rtaiu uf »ub*lautiai
pculect.uu aud good »uitlement:
McMiaafuxx, Or.. Not 3.
F. E. TB a TKB. Eaq..
(iru. A « W. Y Lifv ins. (Jo.,
Por.iMi d. • >r.;
Ward D«»U m D4», juur special a*?ent, has »h-a day
paid me TWBLV« HUNDBU) AND EKIUTY-THBBE
DOLLAttB. iu tUil settle. uhdi of policy Nu. W.dUl.
taaeu out by my late uustiu d, Lotus K NVallace.
in 1871.
' >’uy iwu prein.um« were paid
thereon, arnouutHig to SUu. a paid up policy
was then giv n by your company, whicti. w th
divid nds added, now returns ine not only the
amou it paid mi piemiuois. but td»o $M3.41 in ad­
dition thereto
lu this settlement I consider I a a» |12S3 (1 bet
ter oft t ian 1 would dare been, tiad my iate hus­
band ueg ecioti u insure in our c-uuifany.
i fie p. oinpc.'ifMs wdh wtiich tin ■ sett.em. nt ha-»
b«*n made and the kindnce» of >our agent iu a**
Misting, w a very cuinmemianle and praisew irth)
featu o 4>f dealing with widuws and orphans, ami
1 mu«l cngeri ally rec > nmeud your most excei-
1 *ut company t«> all wiv « m and motben», aud al*
Wnl» C au obtaiu »kfu insurance.
brsA.x 11. W allacb .
Blliotianeaa, Headache, Sour Stomach
Rev. Father Ijerimtnn will hold regular
servi«?FM at the i’atbuhe cliureh m tins
place next Munday.
Liberal Sunday-acliool and Bible eia?»
J. B Hutch, J. II. Alilf, Dr. Kremer,
T. Sbattuck, H Peters and others have nu*eta every 8umlav at 11 o’clock a . a a'
the U. M L. Hall. Talent
la-en t'Utting up over 200 tons of ice at
Kev. G. K Jones’ appointments at Ante-
the Varnoy place, near Grant'* Pass.
lo|»e and Antioch are 'lie «ame as usual,
Lewi. Hays, J. John and Wm. Rich «»n the first and third Sunday* of the
hav» ta-en appointed to view a new road month.
Kev J W. Y i Iler will be at A «bland next
into Grant'. Paas from th-» Garrison f.rin,
and W. N. Saundeis will act as.urvevor. .Sabbath, with Kev Mr. Sgtchwell. where a
quarterly meeting will be hel l
On the
A. A. Wimer, th. pioneer saw-mill nf»b Hunday in this m«»nth Mr. Miller will
owner of this county, will manufacture preach ut the Fresbytrnan church in Jack*
a larger quantity of superior lumber dur­ ville.
The following are Ehler M Peterson's
ing tlie coining season than ever before
appointments for Jantiiry: First Lord’s
Som* snow .till lie. in different |«or- day. at M«»tin«1 Muho«»l-h«»nse; second, at
tiona of the county.
In some sections Gohl liill; third, at Grant’s Pass; fourth,
tn.re is conside able of it, which will at Mxiford, where he will be accompanie«!
by R« v Mr Kichardsmi.
be of great brm-flt to miner* intliwfuiutp
The following are R» v J
W. Miller's
A'l the streams in this seetinn h a V« regular appointment-: Fir^t Sabbath in
lieeti f" ieo over du'ing the past we. k, each month *it G«»l«i 1 i111. at 11 o'clock A
for the fir»l time in many yens. A lar«.- m . and 6 r M.: second ?’ »hb<th. at Central
Point, inoriiitig an I eve«»ing; «bird -Sa •
quan'ily of ic« has been put up for sum
bath, at Mf dford, morning ami evening:
mer u e
four'll >:ihbat|i, al Jacksonville morning
Owing to the increase of business at and evening.
'he Post Office store in Grant's Pa*s, J.
The following are Rev. R Ennis' ap-
W. Il’iwaxi ha* reinforced himself, J. pointmentM: On every .Nunda«* nmniini*,
1» I lays having liven secure 1 for tiiu en- •. Xceptiiifc* (hr thirl, tie will hold services
al the Presbyterian church in Phoenix;
•uiug year.
ti,e third Sunday n» .’•n'lur and every Sun­
A public installation of the ofth-ers of
day evening hr will preach at the Presby­
tji'ii. I.ogan i‘o*t <i. A. R.. of Giant's terian cnurrli m Jacksonville.
l’a*s took place last Saturday. Theeero-
Rev NV B Snjitii of the Vf. E. Church.
monies were nitiopersed with vocal and S.iiith, has mule the following appoint
instrumental music.
mrnt- : 1st S imlny. in Jacksonville at 11
8. R. Bristow, formerly of this coaoty, • M ami 7 .30 P M ; 2 1 Ntlmlav.in Br«»w».s-
and A l.< Wilson of Grant's Pass were b«»ro. H a . m . ami at Earle P«»int 7:30 p .
M ; also it AniiiP’pe at 7:30 P. M
on th«*
mar led near G"ld Hill la*-t Monday
Saturday night before in«, 2 * Sunday ; 31
evening. The young couple have since Sundae, in Central P int
1J a w .. and
gone to Duns'uu.r, Cal., where they will at Gold Hill 7:30 P. m ; 4th .Sun i »v in Tal­
ha-ate. The b«-st wishes of their many ent at 11 a . M. ami at Meilior.i 7:30 P. N
friend* foliow them.
RiES, BL((’KBEKKlE8 HAhPBhB-
Emhel and Bren am* ure full of
enterprise .ami we hope to see their lab* r»
in Mock, ooneasting <»f
GRAPE VINE8. CURB NTS. GOMEBUL
future work will hr done with better eflve',
VFeakneaaes, lixeeaaec, Jaundice,
On Feb 11th She'iff Patterson wdl «all
the i'ro|a-rty of the Kerby Milling A Mm
in t" Co , to satisfy a claim for neatly
I6.00J that A. Brown has against it.
TPFF<
TREES
lor inexhaustible supplies of paying ore are
goo«!.
100,000 TREES
SHADE AND ORNAMrHTAL TREES
HAMMON BROS.' NURSERIES
conducted day ami Highland tba prespe* is
Nervov.3 Dlseaaes, Female
22
TREES
O|M»raii<»ns are
Loins, or Side; Retention or
Fails
mHE ONf.Y GUAKANTEEI» ( tl E FOH
X <Htarrh. Cold in lue Head Hiy Fever, Imw
Ool.i C star rii d •>e*ifi«w«. and S >re byte*, ifo
Stores thè «enee ef taefo and a uel ; remore« hot
taste an i uap'wkSMit breat i. re*ulting frum (*•
tarrh. Bwiy and pleaeant to u»e Foilow direc­
tion» ami a cure ut wirranted H«»nd fo. C'rcula»
Su ABIKriNE MEDI AL COMPANY. Oruviim
('aiiforuia, own r< of thè unly Ahi «Line Grove
and Distillery in thè world*
Union and D Uronemiller; ctipital stuck,
110 000, principal office, Jacksonville.
draw as crowded houses elsewhere as they
have here. Bv special request they repeat
to-night — [Sioux
AB1K AND CAT-ll-CURE-
PRXTABRD OMLT BY
The Jacksonville Milling and MiningCo.
held a meeting las
CAT-1: - CURE.
Apple. Pear. Peach
Plum.Prune Apricot,
SI* By Mail»
A.SIETINZ MSDICAL Company, Six menths tre* SI. meat
tU.
Nectarine. Cherry.
Oroville, Butte Co»,Cai. 0. ». A
Almond. Chestnut.
Owners »»f tlie only Abietine Grove and Distil, BANTA ABIE A.ID OAT-B-OUEE.
ery in the world.
Walnut and
For Sult by all Druggists.
PW-8END FOH PARTICULARS
TIIY BANTA
financially interested.
Dropsy, Gravel, Dlaiiotca, Bright*»
tribune. Nov
ftxw ark or IgiTATioga
Nons genuine unless
the word» •Lung Be«turer.” ‘'Santa Abie, ’ are on
the Lxkbel« of e*v*h Ixottle Nut a secret com
pound. Pur sal« by al) druggists, wholesale aud
retail.
The Salem Grant’s Pass Mining Co. are
Tom cutnpany Iban thc Abbeys lias ev»*r
visited this city, and they will probably
ths performance
BETTER THAff GOLD
deep
feet
J Bi«han» and A B Berry.
G W Edwards and la VanDusen
W Alien and K! i « h U A Dunlap.
A E Urance an«l M E Gri»f*by.
E Wilson and L Obeiiciiain.
Ja* W Beatty amt «Hilda Bull.
G NV p4»well and E >h«»res.
F Cbi^e and J«»>ie i alrnt
J*»hn Kader an«i «8 E Severance.
<’ W Turpui ami Alta Wade.
J NV Me<’oy and A'laline Suli.is.
E A Hiitcheni ami <J M Marlow
Fo L« h » m »’ v and Nancy E Bruwn
MOVKMBKR
N' jv . 2, P E NV Hubisjo and E J L Simp-
t*r»4ui-r for hate.
eon.
Those desiring a good quailtv of potatoes,
6 I L Hamilton and Enola G.bson.
onions, shakes, wo,si, posts, etc., can uh
9 > Y H'»dHe» mid P L G UI
lain the same in quantities to suit at vert
13. J B Wiilmni’« ami U.Jiir Brown
13. J NV « wry an«i Ai na Plyii»-«!«*.
ruaaoiiabh-rates by applying at either th,
■29 F XeWhutn Kil l A lire U Harris
8 r. Variety Ht >reor I imm office.
|
29. N b Hitfh mid B*iie spencer.
DKCKMBSB
Th.
Uut.nifn.it.,
Dre. 13. J W >iu<.e .try 4'.<i’b J Karra.
13. S M (’altlwell mi<i M iry Gregx
IV P Sult, dmggist, llippii*. Ind . testi­
14, W
V hii |)yke ai.d M M.iihen
fies: "I can revo iiuiend K eclric Kilters a-
IM, \V L Plymal? an 1 N<*ihr Luy.
the very best remedv. Every boule sob.
19. J U Burson und M V F*»*ier.
ha-given relief in ev.rv ease
One uiai
21, J H Bciry and R M Siuipnun.
n>ok six is tile« and was cured of rtieunia
21, J M W»ixiirrmid A M Anderson. ti-in ol ten years' standing " Abraham
22, W ,M Giiiety and D Prnneltakcr
Hate, druggist. Bellevi'ie. Ohio, affirm-'.
22. L C Hotivnberger and 8 A Egan.
' I’lie best selling medicine I have .»ei
22. H C Engel and Anna f»-inmen
handled in my 2u wars' experience, i
24. J .Morgan ami Almira M< Kee.
Electric Bitters " Thousands of other
2«. R Vaughn and Lcnoia Gurdon. I have added their lesiiin.iny. *o that th
I
Total number 91.
verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitter»
do cure *11 disease« of tlie liver, kidneys o’
I' xcl /•: roiu.t ( .4 mx.
hl-od. Duly a liulf dollar a bot'le al ('it;
Drug Store
Oct.
Th« original and only genuine scientific cam
pound of Abietine Gwm and Y mt L* Susta,
for Coughs. Or Ida. , -ung and Bcm-
chiai r run bl es. «to., etc.
for sale at the T ims * office.
W. L. cab M b .1
caksof .
Six mile« booth uf Grant’» Tasa. Joaepbicg'
County, oregun.
KINO OF CONSUMPTION,
Mining
Code, sundar I aut’i »riiv on tÜ. «liujjct,
a
REDLAND NURSERY,
LUYO RB8T0RK.L SANTA ABIE,
miners are idle.
A fresh supply of ths American
a .
GREEN’S
Mining is still in statu quo, owing to the
cold weather.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Pleasing to the Palate and
Dduth to a Cougli.
The best and cheapest ininiug blanks for
Kenzie, Jeremiah Nuuan, John Orth. Mi o
Fritz Rucn and Jennie E*t«a.
G F Mcl onnell and C M Gillette
G W Daley ami Alice 0 .-inion
W Lyt leurn and E-iher Mil inn
G F Uray and O Higinbolham.
J 1. B irueblirg and Maggie Dick
H D Kuuii and .M E Came-on.
11 B Johnson and A A Kincaid.
JU.xl.
J UH • l.J R Morris and Sarah M Drake.
5. G McClaren and S E Tetherow.
15, I'.1 S*Christ and Bertie Kenny.
20. P N Itiitctier ai-d Bell Davis.
2j. C G R ,'pev Hiid Addie Buz in.
JVLY
July 3 C D-ra amt Rlioda A Chandler.
3. G C Childers ami Dora C Norton
4. A W shearer ami Euie Kninzen,
10. George Rieve and M ESiurgis.
13 W I Leever and Belle Armstrong
16. L Neil ami Emma Simmons.
17 PC llall and Ida B MeSweeny
20 E I) Homeward ami C llobari. #
25. W h* M .rkliam and N M Miller.
AlOCiT.
Aug 7. .I M Caaebeer and M B Daliack
21. A Adam« ami V Tr’mhly
2>. B T Diekin-on and R D Ca«trv.
29 S tv Qualls and 8u-ie Harri-o.i
31. tV J I'li'm»« mi'l M F Cooper.
sxrTEMBia
F«pt. 11 P l.J uiuis>»n ami (’ Drexler.
16, 8 V iiiiuilit» au«l T F Barr.
18, JaR >1»•ven.’« and HaUie (iilsoii.
21. C A Friw.tami M A <\>x.
25. T Br«»< kb-y ami O Stanley.
25. J E R »burls and M Howard
25. L B Mat* ey and E iz* E Royce.
27. Joi Marion and Mary Givuna
28. J H BHIiiiEur and E Mairimau
May
JOSEPHINE COUNTY NEWS.
M.
1. J W Crawley and E V Duff.
10. B W Moore ami Mary KJ Holt
21 __A 1. Rolen ami Josephine Ford.
24. Il L Gregory and M E Owens.
11 IV M Jordon and Mary Bos.
27. 1 A Merriman and E l> Bellinger.
■
Tiding».
ih -ioiiip in nl n< xi Fr.d.iy evening ai
í » h I Trun»rr»pf » I Jan 34.
Cailislr »I«» tm 1 i Aca<l< n y Ha I.
Kerbyville L/xiiie No. 55. I. Ú. U F., who
it»-t efR»y to <ti>swt r <*ur « ha ge, «»idv a«l
The nul t.l’y tvlegr.ii h line, which is w*-rv revenil> instslle’l, t*> *vrve th" en­
ntiiR it. ai «I ti en pics, nt-» the mort un
suing temi: Frank D-skinger, N G;
meaning n»l»hr uge of an expían.«torn probably (l-e .no-l |**.rly cone'ruvto.1 of
A J Hvmi"mon. V G; 8 W Fori»-*, 8ec;
|M)rr»|Lle. Iheiel- 11 » “ Medí* rd «li-t » ic‘ ” any wv know of, » in l>a>l voi dit mi ea-t
R I'G*-org<*. Ti*-iis. ; A J A<i*m*>, War­
in legai«I I«» land nutmr»* ; it is «»n v a rutf ui Lmkville. ami will ir<>''B»>ly ivmaui den, Dan Hunt, <'on. ; C Kiu-e, IG;C
ll i* I» ina "la^aied
«•I Caiiitdr’f* l«s pud the wool ove t» e *i> |or m ,tm iiu e,
C W Wliipp, RSN G; W Chapman.
• yea of the igi uiMi t. 1 he < d tor «4 il.e la-iweeii Ashland and Fort Klainaih,
L S N G ; J .-*uav"lv, R 8 NG; A An-
/ »unxcrip/p v» at .< ate*» so fast il.at we however.
Henson,LS V G Representative* to grand
«i* li nul unde take the job of cotrrtiig
In the S'npieme Com» last week a ino- lodge: 8. W. Forties und Dan Hunt.
l«iin. It was aai<l that Ina lepiHatioti in lion h r ill" lenvainig ol tie ea»<- uf Mil­
r«olland war t> at hr Was n«»i pu t <*n ur j 1er v». l'obui was ov r u e I.
E R. Davidson ol William* er*ek di-d
lipa wa» a
y «i rl oll« st, lut that be w< uld rathe» I vase appeal« I intuì K a ■■ it i county. Dr- oue day this week, ags l 6.» year*, He
••iwll a lie on ten y«*a <’ c e«li» than t-> tell jU'lginriil of I’"* iiiWi-rnsiri. Binili was wu** piun*-er ol 185 ». sud will I*« weil
the irmi» lui carb ’ — Lhril-mg Ltrifv. l.ivoiable io Lubin, was ..tfiri.x-d by tlie ietileniH mi ed by *m,ny of th« old resi­
dents of Portland,
ilr. P took uu a
Il g haa k pt up his nqmtation ve» y kiipreme gourt.
donation elaiiii just east of wh*t is now
well ever anice be carne to Ju< keon « oun
The daily mail »erviee lietwe-n Link
East Poi tland. *n l resided ih-reon uiitd
ty.
Ile I MR ba« k» d and filled ro often ville and Lik vew aid b ' V'inineiieed the fall of 1855. when b.* removed to Polk
he haully know»* “which one of the Is-y- ai t >e iieg'niii' g ot ii'-xt iipintii. and corintv, »rifling near Monmouth.
Here
hr in ”
Ho» lat> st. Ilion^ h m»t Ins la g- j U.liy t aril is i>n*ily en.aged in u*ak ng i*e lived and earned on a farm until
a r.uig. m ot» lor I .»• same
il • i* an t£ii6,<«hen lie went io Josephine Coiirvy.
rrt, ‘yarn” is ihat the intrier* on cuurilv obi iiau'i al H e biisn.e-* all I will nut
H» was highly leepei-ted anJ leave*
Banani» is «*oinp> un«l«-«i evety year. II»* tail in giv.i g sat stac.ion.
many fiieuda.
I
ha« prev.n i«'at.*d so much in r(M*.»king « Í
U. B R e l ha* *"ld bi- ii.t-r. *» in tin-
M««lf«»»d ti at our neighbor»* wl’l lind tl at
MARCH.
Unr real estate men are
very qu et
since the coLl s- ap began, probably
T. 8. Gain, wlo ha* teen making th nkingof the pamphlets they sent east
quite a t'ip fii'iii buie, ha* i et Ur ned to of toe Rocky mountains.
Lai »rd val ev
The thernonv-ter «egiatered a few de»
Jas. Morton, who has been assisting gr-es tielow aero in tht* county twice dur­
Sergent Br-s at Lmkville, is again ré­ ing the past week, which is unusually
sidu g at Boirai z i.
«>ld for thisaection.
Th« varions st'»-an>. ami borii»« nf
water a e lull rf ice, much of which i»
le-ngi'iit foi Kummel u-e.
w ii« It will prove ino-t excellent • dfi *e« s
t «r I, .Slew iri a »«I
Two young men of Duarte, Cal.,
Juiiii C St John ami Melitaa A .smith
Dolphin 11
NViiner and Elmira J
Sinnier.
Aileilivrt Osliurn an i Mrs Nancy E <lui mg the past week.
Blow n
Presley 4 Coburn, the clever Grant's
riieutl « ? D *voe anil Aman la E Bunch. Pass barber*, never fail ingiving satisiac-
K'»h rt A Alien ami Cieineutino Carey. tion. Give them a call.
F ank V ,ng> n ami Mr- Elmira Pitt.
J. N. Gotch.r of Williamsburg precinct
Ja met F Si o g a <i -x*r»h L Bn ns.
wa* at the county-seat a tew days since,
Cha« lee ii.m-vii all I B tt e Juoii-un.
E »wa«d NV Jani ’- amt Lucy A St ung. looking hale and hearty.
Ja«m-> E H diami ami L zzie H L win.
Pill* amounting to nearly »2200 were
Dwùhl Kiev ami Fauni .ucUicbfCi.
■audited at the January term of th. coun­
l’iiuin«- Rai ani Mr-(J «ia-kin*
ty eonimi<*ion*ra’ court.
A J l aiv v. t and El z ibetii U Ander«
J. F. Kellogg has again been awarded
.-on.
toe c .ntrac' of keeping the county pour,
iii.*ruiun Y l>.*«n ami L iella S LinJ« thi. time at »4 per week.
* ‘>’-
The i
P. 1>. <fc I.- Co.’* factory at
John Angu-tme and Lncv A Goodell.
Ma im A
P. wtrs and Jeanette A Grant’» Pass h.s* been shut down until
the weather get. warmer.
Clark.
Frank M O.'giei an I Agne* I Mackin
B* it the Italy of Oregon, there *a«
Gouige NV Yaibft Uab and Mary E put np at Grant'. Pass over 100 tons o(
Skeeters.
ice last week, "all Ibe Mine."
Lewis NV Smith ami R »-e Cotter.
F. M. Nickerson, who ha* been con-
Gebhard K.iig ami Mr- Rebecca Me*
<lu 'ting a grocery -tore at Grant's Pase,
Mie ip '.
George li K. By ami B riha I, Mein h.ia »old to Scott A Jenning*.
tire.
J. 0. Boyd of Grant's Pass wants to
Richard Li'nl’« iy and Si ln«*v Effonder. ■liai*o*e of i i* nice proper»» on Oak Hili
A $500 llovit- Urtt-tn ihr Popular Play.
ami return to New Yo;k city.
Jain« M R White an»I Mary A iA cer.
No drama of modern times tends to
ChurLv A^ec i«n«l Amanda M John­
J. W. Wimer of Coqmlle, Cooe conntv,
draw !aig“r audiences Ilian Uncle Toin’>
ston.
is paving his many fi ien<i* a short visit,
NN’ II (Men ami De > ab J Aden.
Cabin, und when it is perform« »1 by artists
combining business with pleasure.
William A L on-aid ami Sophia I
ri»a play ’•> a I'tauidui one, and though
The death of A. I). Lake, for many
I ian-en.
old. il is interesting to even tliuse ««ho
Georg«* C M« A 1 >trr and M«>!lie Mur- yea « a resident of thiacounty, took dace
have seen it many times
Abbey*s <lotil»le
at Bay Center, W. T , not long since.
■ av
company appear« «1 in this old-time drama
NV I Jia in (
Wi *»n ami Caledonia I
P. H. Schmitt of Grant's Paa«, who is
last eveni ng at the opera h«»uve to a large
B * t*>w.
an ••X'-ellent mechanic, is doing some
John Broekley ami M r v E Chand'er.
audience, which brought the management
nice work in hie line at t e county-seat
John M tc eh ami Mun S F««y.
something ovar
i'h- leading features
Jacob R E »g eman an«l Li ly I Cawiiìy.
Mrs. Anna Caldwell, daughter of J. R. of the play wrre the singing of the |i)er
Ji-nniogsof Grant'* Pa*a, lost another
sisters ami iheir imp«-rso»*Mlion of the iwji
child by tonsihtia last week, we aie sor­
Topsirs. The) kept the audience in con«
ry Io aav.
tiiiUsi go<Ml hnuior and irrf«*rh«ed their
A
pi<.n<|H-'uu«
year
is
anticipated
in
A B.ip(l-t cl u ch is being hu It in Poe
parts with the air of true artists. They uf
tin* coii'itv.
No 1 lU’it many imnrov>—
» ahey.
lheiU9*elvrs are well worth s»eing in their
inent* will ba in ide and our population
>ka:o g ami -I ighlng aro being I b-
special line. The two Marks also furnish*
greatly increased.
eiahy ind'i'g-d in.
,,#»
Both Joe Hyatt and Frank Strong nf rd humor for the audience in no small de­
ll-rirv M'"-re Ini* been gì anted a II
81 ite creek i>recinct are happy over the gree. and helped till out the play very sat­
cei'M-t*> letad iqnor.it Itoteli.
ev>-tit ot bouncing buy babios al their res­ isfactorily. >pe« ml mention should be
Snow s'i I eovei* 'he g-ound every-
«Ile, hu. in most plan * il i- not de-p.
»»
tic vict*>rv i i th -« Sta e ut-Xt June wotlnl
it behooves ibe paity
list of marriages
place in Ju ephine county
du mg 1887 :
coming élection, A-* was »lune io Ur.-gon.
opposed
view, 20 below.
IIYJJEN'S bul.XG'S IN JOSEPHINE
money
Copy TV.
tu y haa pa--ed a l.iv» confer» mg rUÜr.ige
expected.
Report« received from stations on the
U. 8. military telegraph line show the
lowest teini*ur.itnre to be as follows:
Linkville, 20 «irgreeR below zero: Fort
Klamath, 30 below ; Bly, 35 below ; Lake­
J4/.4/.VG VAHA,
General Merchandise
DRUGGISTS.
'HOENIX,
-
-
0RE60H.
¥E INVITE INSPECTION
ASHLAND HOUSE I
Opp. Odd Fellow«' Building,
Main St., Ashland, Or.
his well knowm houbb . vndeii thb
T
new iiau.t,'»*int*nt, will b<* cundiictwd en the
-s’ hid n«»-t poj ub«r pun», t« |»n» being
imreo to give g . riaj Mtiieh ct «»■. It rot inn «
•4» nforihbl •»i«*«*pii g Hpttrini*nl« »oppi¡rd with
ligi nid doubt»- Ir d» m.hirg il m draHkln«
for tliwentwrthiDui.nl •»( Luth Uavrlrr» and
Miuilieo
'Pho rl'nl»le
Ajll «Iwny. hs.iipp
wit* «»i» >"»t thc ma’kct
.fl "<!«. ».-i ,*•*! m i* .'j » tl*at wul pi»,.,*. u,e n-uct
IV-tHÌl<>U* tnrtr.
4
K hio * r»«t»4o.uibl<* and «ai intact ion guataB*
fwd 3 «»
y « .
„
h 0
C. B. FITZCERALD,
Gold Nili, Oregcn.
I Matched Floonm,
Land Bought and Sold on Modérât*
SAbDLES ANI) 11OBES
Commission.
Rustic; Ceiliif,
ani Surfaced Lumber iAITfa and otlisr Gms w and Frai’
All Kinds (f Repani lg Done. AT BZASONABLZ PBICES.
Trees r m ¡he Falcm Nursery at
Low
Prices and Warranted Hral'liy.
A BOOT AND SHOE SHOP
ILkK >
A Sper alty.
We are also prepared to make contracts for any
number ef
FRUIT BOXES
I« conn«*»ted wi«h my har»ie*s shop
Having
Hngagfd ih»«ery ic~s «»f h finti cla«« shuem xrr. 1
a n prep’U’i’d tu «unnafactara bouia a.iu situes of of ,i*h,r fir or pin« timber.
ue iute«! Mtyl •« I« q Up’ y
All o*l»r, and bilk filiad with p-omptnaaa aad
My p-icn* in b*» h «b-^Wijents will be qu>te
di-twiiol. Nv co a«»" •• n»*oMary o*. th, rap,
reusQiiahle and saii'f ctioii gu
riontf of lh< quality of * .r fir habar.
W G C*KJPK«.
HAHK18 A CO.
Medford, Or .De 1.1B4
X. S. -Tb»r* ia a r«4 mfi ta Ut» Will Uil. y »ar.
X. *Mi l’KAIT.
PHAGTICAL GUNSMITH,
JACKSONVILLI, OR
B. bTBAlT.
TOWN LOTS
Bonanza. Klama:h Cojn y Or.
Jn Ü.s 1 own of
MONTAGUE,
fl.» table I. fumi.lwd «lit. thc bot thc mwkct
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rl<» poDM ■ pared
t<» gtvr «•uninnuu*.
«aLafnciiun Matee
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FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS! T
HE 8UIHCKIREH TAKES PLEASDRK IN
infurnr.in« th» public that h, ha* 1 *nta*l in
Jnrk*on»il!». in Dr Aik»n'> bnildmaou Califoc. On*-fourth down, bvfanee within six, twelv
nix .ir»"t and ia prepared t*. .«pair w-tohm, an! eighteen m*>tith«.
Beamtet KMilrucgl Depot f<»r grud< d prore
rlooka .nJ jiwalr/ in Uta boat atylaandat
«U. er w id rees
blr *at>*».
I». H HASKEL
*" Uotwfaoti*** aaa
T
B A GODFREY, Prop ,
.’HE SbB8< KiliKK TAKI S PLEAhUKE IN
i infurmiUK p<» imbiir UMt 11» n-. tWaaitU,
-iiuT.’.di,,,. , .lLtll.,w„ Imt-Iwd nid ,roü’
Xpí,.r""'r'”' “',‘'U W 'l<,b
E»t
Siskiyou County, Citi.,
MEDFORD. OR.
HUNS. PISTOUS 4NI) OTHilt F1IIPAKMP
\T rep-dred in the b»-«« «itylean«! n»»w ones made
to order Newuig-mæhiues als«* repaired and
put in firnt-rl'»’*« ord-r
Prices to «oit the times and agtiafaetion guaran­
teed
«ST* Give mo a trial.
ORDERS SOTICITED.
BONANZA HOTEL!
49« » F. ib fe te irwrnei
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