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HERE AND THERE.
B. Pilkington of Portland, tbe
For the best turnouts for all occasions
Ili'jh Selrntifif Autliui Ity.
well-known aurist and frpeciaiht, was in call at tbe Excelsior livery stable in Jack
The Journal de Medicine de Paris report*
the valley last w^ek on professional basi- sonville
Plymale’s prices are quite rea
Hoad, are du.«ly.
L. C. Bo He of Antelope was in town yes the meeting of a society composing some
sonable and he never fails in giving satis* terday.
of the most distinguish«d physicians in
Centennial day next Tuesday.
B g and Little Butte precincts are very
G. C. Culy of StesnihuAt visited us last Paris. M . Duardier-Bcaumcts called at
Several divorce suits are on the tapis.
tention to t! v jçreat use of Pond’s Extract.
well represented here, the Duback Wilson
Teachers are in demand In this county.
After deM-ibmg experiments, he spoke
cast* requiring many witnesses fr* in that place an»l Medford.
southern Oregou Agricultural Lnstrict.
highly of iis value in treating pain, and e<-
May-day parties promise to be abundant. s ection.
Fruit men. stork ine’i. farhier*. mer
t»ecia'ly pile«. He u>e«l it externally and
A dispatch from Salem, dated April 17th'
Artistic wall paper at Realties A White s
C. II. Pickens of Table Rock precinct chants and mechani s are all vitally inter
Supt. Mitchell was in town Saturday on internally.
ested in securing the location of the south
says: The following members of the South*
Simon Simpkins was here last Tuesday. was in town a short time since with his ern Oregon district fair in tbe Rogue river official business.
ern Oregon State Board of Agriculture were
fine stallion, which attracted cun-ide* able
John Slagle was here one day last week
valley. United and intelligent effort can
Hon. E. DePegtt is in Jackson county on Uotc n Cltimtr Lily Iblpril to triH « I’rti •
unpointed by the governor t >^lay: Cuas.
easily secure the boori. Let no obbtaeje legal business.
Tlia health of the valley is comparatively
Hughe», Kirbyville, for J' sephine county;
B. E. Davis, of Firebaugh, Fresno county.Cal .
Win. Wilson uf Table Rock preciiietfiras prevent your obtainnig it.
Geo W lUild c, ot Kiddle, for Douglas; good.
Thus. B ild win of Brown«b iro tirade us owes his luok in the last drawing of the Ijouis*-
bonded his property to J. O. Johnson of
Statu Lottery to a Chinamau »n hi* employ,
Jas. Melhmougb. JacksonvfUa.for Jackson;
A Salem di>i»atch of last Thursday stated I i a visit yesterday.
Satleens, all the rage, at Beanies A Medford, and will probably leave tiie val
who prior to the drawing gave him u Chinese
that Rev J. W Harris of that place, fur-
John F. Miller, l.inkvi le. (or Klamuth; 8. White’s.
Isaac Rhodes of Ashland is visiting rela lily bulb, a present among the 4 hinese, as they
F Moss. Paisley, lor Lake; Geo. Wimer.
meily a Congregational minister, after a
believe it brings good luck. It was placed in
Asbury Beall is down from Big Butte
A second-hand buckboanl and set of har long illness refuses to take any nourish tives in Iowa.
Myrtle Point, tor Coos; Joseph Harris,Port precinct.
water. Seeing »t rapidly flourishing he bucaine
Thus. Harlan of th-* XL4 If »rd ‘Mair’ very much « xciUd, considering it an an omen of
ment whatever, stating that his time has
Orford, for Curry
The law a« parsed pre
good fortune to hi« niR*t«*r. whom h* ein-
come and hedoesn't want to interfere with
sides for a Ixjard of agriculture in the
4 GRAM) BAM) CONTEST WILL BE HELD
A. S. Haininond of Ashland was in town ploreil to send for 6ome lottery ticket*. When
the plat s » f the Almighty.
southern district, to be composed of one ual this'iMason.
at JackMouvilh», on Monday. May 13th. 18M*.
the winning number* were teleg aphed. Mr. Da
th»« auspice«» of the Imp'd O. R M., in
member (tom tach of the seven counties in
Overalls, only 5uc. per pair, at Kearnes
Dillard’s S|»ecifiu is an absolute cure for
vis receive»! news that lie was the winner of ?I5,-
busings» «»t < ’h irh y Lambert of Gold Hill all eruptive «h.seases of the skin, such a*
the district to be appointed by tbe local A White’s.
N. K . Lytle ha* g»*n • t» Svi Fr $nci.*co in 'J00.— |Bun Francisco (I’-uL) (dmmicle. Feb. 11. which all th** bands of Jackron, Josephine and
counties, Oregon, and Siskiyou county,
recently and all it to Park» i Bros, soon salt rheum, barber’s itch, ring worm, scald search uf a position.
county agricultural asrociitions, to act
Rem,inlier the baU at M«df >rd to-niur-
< ’al., are invited to participate.
<•4/7« « /. t’M/i/.V/J K ITH* IIITII UTH-
conjointly with one member to L.- appoint row evening.
head and all it« hing or inflamed con litions
Geo. B irron has been in Khim.ith county
ed from each county by the^overnor,
The Red Men’s celebration in Jackson of (he skin, whether arising from disease looking after his stock .
Potatoes only ouceutsa sack at the 8.
which board shall decide upon the place for
It is guaranteed in every
ville on May 13th wilRje a grand affair in ur exj»osure
Parties paving for the T imes hi advance at our
J.H Browu i* paying his old home in
holding the district fair. By all right some
ever)* particular and will be witnessed by a case, ffold by E. C. Brooks.
reduced entth rates will he furnished any of the Will lie nwardml ns follows: First prize of
Humboldt county. Cal , a visit.
Lake county is organising a stock pro large crowd.
eligible point in the Rogue river valley
Emigrants stop off every train that
following named publication* in connection with ♦<* 1X1 to the Imnd executing the best selection.;
should be chosen by the board sa the loca tective assocition.
Judge Webster w.is at Grant’s Pass tbe thia paper at the prices given below. It will be second prize of $50 liu to tho next best, and a
D. F. Fox this week returns to Virginia passes through the va lev amt inspect our
tion <d the fair grounds, and Jackson coun
noticed that there i* a reduction of a« least 15 prize of $15 III to the person rx>«*uling lhe tmest
New and nobby hat.«, just received, at Icity, Nevada, lo wind up his business there fruit and grain lands. Far loo many of forepart of the week on official business.
percent, on publi*hera’customary rate* in every cornet solo. Each band will be required to play
ty offers the greatest natural inducements Reames.k White's.
Peterson Bros, of Sterlingville precinct instance,
them are allowed to leave
preparatory t » removing bis family to Ash
and in toino much more:
two pieces of their own selection.
tor such a district fair. Not ouly is this
without investing; but most, of them
Give us the southern Oregon district fair land to reside.
Ail bands takinr; part m the contest tire re.
county the geographical center »•( the
Blade..................................... ...|3 Ou qiiostiaito nn-**t at the Hall of tholmii'd <1. It.
in Jacksun county.
Jos. Solomon lias g me to Port Towns
district, but it is the most edgib’e on ac
nt III o'clock A. M.,to take part in the jm-
end, W. T., to look for a business location.
The best cider vinegar for sale cheap at Jacksonville yesterday, en routu to Wil
count of the distribution of )>opulation, a
Scientific American........................................ ... 5 ÍJU
John Orth. Jr . last Saturday led his
He lately returned from
I. M Harvey and family of Medford pre Detroit Free Preus.......................................... ... 8 no rade.
numlier of desirable sites (or fair grounds S. F. Variety Store.
yeaning grade Hereford bull to the city cinct visited the county-scat on Tuesday. New York Star................................................ . 3 00
being within easv access from all the town«
Cost and freight is ail Fisher wants. Klamath county.
New York Woi l«i.............................................. ... 3 no
In the evening there will be
Our Ashland exchanges report, that A. scales and was surprised to find he tipped
ot the va ley. and convenient to large and His goods must gu.
Abe Fi*lier has gone to Sin Francisco
Francisco Examiner.............................. ... 3
Guyer and Mr. Win-low kil’rd a she bear the beam at 7(K> pounds, an extra good on a visit. He will be gone for a few Ban
thickly settled agricultural sections—al
Portland Oregonian......................................... ... 4 • IU
Crockery .glass ami stoneware, new stock,
and two cubs in a cave on Ashland creek
ways an iinttorlant matter to be taken into at Re«mes A White's
Harper’* Bazar.................................................. ...5 70
He is from a Durham cow, and sire«i by J . weeks.
one day last week.
Pioneer Presn.................................................... ... 3 no
consideration in locating such an institu
W Sowden, the clever sewing-ma
A. Hanley’s thoroughbred Hereford.
Now«.................................................... ... 8 00 At the U. B. Hotel, under the aiu-picee of the
tion. lhen. too. this county is destined to
Eliuer Haworth has gone to Portland
McCallister, the buy murderer from this chine ri p lircr, is stationed at Ashland at M issunri Republican........................
... 3 no imp'd O. R. M., which will be the event of the
be the leading county in population in Or Fisher's, Jacksonville.
with the iiitrnttun of working at the car
................................................ ... 3 (JU year.
iterwed to tbe
Wm. Stafford ot Elen precinct was al penter business with D. B. R. Wiuniford, county, who was last fall sen^eryed
egou couth of tbe Willamette valley, and is
... 3 (JU
p» nitentiary for life for killing ’
more easily accessible than any other c >un the county-seat Monday.
says the ’’Record.”
Francisco ( h 11.......................................... ... 1 id
at visited friends in town the forepart of the Ban
Woodville, is very low with col
ty in lhe district from the i nuntics lying off
J.C. Whipp, J (i.B rdsey. E. Jacobs, R T.
W. C. l>ougU'y will open a blacksmith
Frank Losie’s illustrated paper. .............
J. N. H«»ekersmith was in town last Salem und is not expe» te<l to live long
tne line of railroad.and a fair held here un shop at Brownsboro soon.
German ... ... 5 70
week. He is assessing hi* district tor the He has been removed from the prison to
Bunday Magazine.............. ..
Miss Emm.i (’oleinrin of Eden orecin t is
... 4 50
der state auspices would be assured of
UECEI TION COMMITTEE :
Straw hats from 15 cents to *2 50 each at puriroscuf raising funds fur lhe erection of tbe home of Warden McKinuon fur medi-
Popular M( uthly.................... ... 5 (Il
more ejttensi»« exhibits and a more liberal the S. F. Variety Store.
Jamon Herd, Adam »Schmitt, Duvid ('rone nil-
a neat school-house.
patronage iu the matter of at'endance than
Pleasant Hour*........................ .. 4 50 Jer. 11. K. Hunna.
Jacksonville will h »Id a grand celebra
Most of the district school, have com
if held aianiy other point in the district
Woman’s most faithful friend is Oregon
Walter Jackson, who Iras linen be**! for
FLOOR MAN KGEKS;
MON Hl J.I Eh.
tion on the 4th of July, and our citizens Kidn» y Tea.
It Would oe a glorious meeting-place for lhe menced their spring terms.
I It ii specially
adapted to some weeks p a*tw returned to Portland a West Bhore. Portland Or................................ .. 4 25
J. G. Bird»« r. J. (’. Whipp Sain DeRuboam,
Balibitt-uielal for sale cheap at the T imes will commence preparations for the event euinplaii ts peculiar
exhibitor« and sportsmen from north and
t > delicate
systems, few days sin ce.
Century, Scribner'»:........................................... .. d oo H. Pape, Jr., It. T. Armstrong.
at tiie proper time.
Demorest’«« Magazine ..
.. 4 Ml
south to i ouie together and try conclusions office in quantities to suit.
and works like magic without leaving any
MUSIC COMMITTEE :
E. L. Farrs an«! wife of Willow Springs Godev’a Ijudy Book......................................... .. 4 ‘ mi
Treasurer Moore will have funds en»-ugh unpleasant alter effects Oregon Kidney
It is Jacksonville's time to hold a cele
on their merit«, and would at once take
S. P. DeKoboam, 8. L. Fielder,Geo. Owing*.
on hand to redeem a consider able number Tea is a purely vrgotab!e preparation and precinct will soon become residents of Bt. Nicholas....................................................... .. 5 (XI
a | r uui ent potil'on in the Pacific coa-l bratiou on our natal day.
All arc invited to ^attend. Tickets, including
circuit. Every effort should be made to se
The county jail has been renovated and of county warrants, and will next week is iinequ ded in kidney and urinary com
American Agriculturist ................................
3 so supper.
$2 W. An invitation to the bail is ex
John O’Brien and family of Applegate Harper’s Young People.................................
give the proper Motive.
cure its location here.
plaints. Bold by E. C Brooks.
is reaJy for another occupant.
4 uu tended t<> viaiting Lund-s free of charge.
I ' Peterson’s Magazine.......................................
. 4 (K)
I’he Catholic congregation uf Metlford
On our first page will be fount the first
Great reduction ill every line at the 8. F
i Houriokci per..................................................
COME ONE !
COME ALL ! !
. 3 (X)
Rabe Carriage Hones.
are under obligations to Dr. R. Pryce for apportionment of school funds to the vari last Sunday.
Variety Store in Jacksonville.
w... be furni*h«MÌ ata re
his donation of the fence posts in their ous districts of the county for the year ldfil).
A. B. Seal, the clever drummer, called 1 duced
A decade sgo Jackson county asked no
Close A S ms of Ashland are turning out
new church enclosure.
A U CARHON.
The amount is in excess of any former ap last Monday. He is a lively being, whether
W L. < \UNOX.
TIMES PRINTING HOUSE
odds uf-any section of the footstool when it a large lot of tiling and t^ick.
Boring tights trave been numerous during portionment and will enable every district on land or water.
came to producing fine carri gv horses
J It. Kiddle 1.« b tilding a |2 >'M hotel a*. the p.i-t two weeks. A few genuine slog in tbe count}* to maintain good school* Ibis
Tbe unioifed the bioiai of countless sires of
Kiddie's station. Douglas county.
The total amount of the spring Pacific K. It., spent sour* days in Ashland
ging match»*, Marquis of G ì»»seberry’s season
nub e bree«iing with that of th«»*? mares of
1’elt m have recently built a rules, were am mg them.
apportionment amounts toll! .SiM.OO
during the week.
sterling worth brought out l»v the pioneer*
al«»Ug wi’h their Lirts and Penates many
The T imes offi e hoist* of a* fine a “doo-
A spe< nil vi nire lor e ght urn t:tb*sm iii
Henry Taylor of E kn pro 'inct brat week
Six Miles Heath of Grant’s Fare, Josephine
of them of tbe B ackhaw a and Vermont*
Wheat is still qiiiie low. and the prospects was issued to t'*y the ca*e.'» oi Dahack v<
d'e bug” plantation as th»*re is in the coun returned to eastern ().»'gnn to Io >k after GOLbSMini ABRAHAM \t Purtlabd. Thura-
Court y, Oregon.
Morgan strains, proiluced a typa of h<»r-e fur an advance are not Mattering.
Wilson amt Redding vs M irp'iy, ami the
bis stock interests there.
' Gohlomith and ¿ht.» Myra, daughter of < »Hect
th it excited the admiration «>t th • world,
W. J. Plymaie has enclosed his large lot former case is now on trial.
V. Cook of Portland, who i* intere te I 1 or Hyman Abraham.
and of whi h we were wont to boast,had no in town wUli a substantial fence.
The party who lost |.sfi in a girne of dice sing “do »xll« bug, «loo lie bug, come out, in tbe »Sterling mint**, s eiit a few days in I . ()I»EN Me \LEIH Tl* R At ( a -mt’s Pass, April
suioior.* as ro.dsters or coiwh hor-e*.
j 11th. t»y R» v G W. iha< \. J.»’m b. (>d»-n of
The best potatoes can be had at the 8. F. sometime .-im e has sued the winner for constant reminder that spring i* indeed tiffs section dur iu the week.
About that period, however it becam»» fash
|1GO, the law providing th it double the
E. C. K me an 1 A. T. Kyle «>f Ashland I • Josrphin«* c. ut.'j i.u.j Mi-s Olho McAllister I
ionable to breed the large draught horse, Variety Store for 5o cents a sack.
her«*. The implicit faith of the little girl*
j of Ölnto creek ; r einet.
Choice alfalfa an.l millet seed in quanti
anti the infu*iun of hi-« trailer blood has
that the insects obey the «’»in.iianl is re were in Jacksonville s “V« tu I day« lately, |
R. A. Miller, administrator of the estate freshing in this ageof doubt.
accompanied by their families.
caused a depreciation in the quality of our ties to suit at the 8. F. Variety Store.
ot 1). L. Hopkins, deceased, sol«i the per
J. C. Fullerton and A C. Jones of Rn^c !
productfons of recent years viewed in the
1(1 Block. CwCSietiDg iff
First-class cedar fence posts fur sale in
Now is the time of year when the ap
sonal effects belonging thereto last Tues
light ot carriage horses, although ni iny an- quantities to suit at the L imes office.
burg, who have been v«-rv ill, are now con
day. They did not bring much.
imals oi great excellence arextiq tube found
some token of kind remembrance will be
It has tried hard to rain for the past
ALLEN- In Yreka. (’.»I .A. r.! .*’., to Mr and
in the valley. To illustrate the fact th it it
J. J.Strait, the enterprising hote!-keei»er welcomed by our friends. What present
Mrs Wm. Patterson of Ashland «s enter
Mr*. O B- Allen« « dinihtf»x.
mill pavs to raise fine carriage hor*es may week, hut did not succeed well, so far.
of Ashland, has commenced preparations would be more acceptable than a fine pho taining her sister. Mis. Lillie Arnaup »>f
HOUSTON In J ab!»‘ il wk pmci/.c4. April 2d,
We do not want the earth, but we do for tbe erection of a line. I irge brick build
be cited the fact that L Leonard of Jose
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Houston^ a son.
phine county, last year sold 16 head of fine want the district fair. Send it along.
ing. He deserves success
Logan, the Ashiaml photographer
Lewis G. Ro«s and wife and Joe Lane, ■ SMILEY In Lott r. v- r vr<*cin -1. Klamath coun
aniniais at an average figure of fjim ench
Many citizen« ot Ashland visile 1 Rose
Horse bills printed in the be«t of style nt ways has the latest novelties in finish, ami Jr., visited friends in Roseburg befor«* re
ty, April 17th. I- Mr.ami Mr . b.uili ;. « daugh
It might be incidentally mentioned th it he burg last week on timber-land business.
reasonable rates at the T imes office
We if you call at his gallery you will learn turning to Lake county. Ia*t week.
has t»si»i great att»*ntiun to th»» breeding of
Our Big Butte correspondence will be have tbe largest stock of cuts tor that kind something new alrout pictures.
gotsi at »ck, and now has the fine Altam >nt found on the first page ot to-day s TiriKS.
of work in southern Oregon.
A rumor gained currency in the valley, been in this section lately, engaged in buy
cult belonging to < . W. Kahler of ihi* place
Beekman .t Rennies’ b.mking hou-e will
The Monarch saloon at Me»iiord, under after the sale tp(E (’. Kane by Amy A Rip ing h<»rsc> foi the Del Norte ami IDiinb'-kit
in oerviee at hia Klamath ranch-
he embellished with a new sidewalk
the niatratp »tent of H II. Wolters, is prov pey of the portion of the Watson farm ly markets.
have been a number of horse buyers in the so in
KH.AÍT1 At thw roid ’ <••■ • T Matt. Obi1.chain
ing a popular resort, rhe b-st of every ing west uf Bear creek that lhe same had
in Jackt-oi.ville, en J I cim L' iv , April lbth, of
valley tbis season in search of good car
Old papers, in (plantitles to suit, for sale thing io th it fine is kept there
Ike Rosenblatt, of Sou Bros A C<».. San
l»een bought fo? the railroad company and
general debí lit Me ------- Kratt; a_'. d «7
ring* horses, and th«» limited number offer at the T imes otfice at 50 cents a hundred.
Franci*c»>, was in town l'ne.* lay interview
GRAPE VI.NEH. (URRANTB, GOOSEBER
ed is convincing proof that a very luerarive
Jackson, ttie banner Democratic cmnty
ing customers, the first time in many HOXIE—Near Medford. April 11th, Sarah F.
Ncott Griflin of T<»'o will take pleasure in
busine.-s is being neglected by our -t >■ k-
RIES. BLA< KBERKIES. RABPBE1L
of Orcg»»n. stems to have secured a majori thrown out from i he Sjuthern Pacific at years.
shewing strangers t< w.i and country pr »p-
adoptad dauÿht-.r of (’. H and L. M Hoxie;
growtrs an l farmers.
ty of (he K< publican federal appointments, tlraf point to the timber belt at the head of
RIES. STRAWBERRIES, FIGS.
Tiie scheme is *•» fearible
J T. Layt »n an I f
says tbe “Lakeview Ex »miner.”
that the report shotil I I k » true if it is n »t.
spent last Friday r
Ja< t’.irr an.l wife and PiiiL Riley of
Bcatruyilig the Seale.
Aike i s snw-miil property on R»»gue
in the hardware b<>>!-
Our fr»»us hi »* crown without irrigation on red
M’ -l 'Ti precin l were in town last Tues
Portland, Oregon, Ju’y 31.
river an 1 610 acres of Ian I aro offered f«»r
Lili land. *»•«! all of known varieti -e that «•ucue«!
A number <»( our fruit-growers, notably day.
Wii I’ I wa* in i t Linutok last wint» r I and «lo ng well.
sale at a great bargain. Cad on Henry
in Southern Oregon.
<’. j 1, R F. Maury ami John Miller, have
W Kahler. F.*q ,
Ju Igc ilanna and <
was affcctetl i*i my hat k u:»<l ki iney.-» so
S. Simpkins an.l John Owens of Pleasant Klippel fur further particulars
Thone contemplating trd>o planting will do well
been experimenting with washes calculated
that it was almost impossible for me to returned from balem the t«»f ep:.it < Í I be
tu visit <»ur »»rcl.Hui »nd nnraery. » t write to us
io destroy the black stale, so inimical to creek preiinct spent a day in town this
li. F. Hicks of .Ashland is in San Fran reach Portland. When I got here I was week, having been «»11 misi in ss b* lore t Le
for prico-liM AddrvHs t»» us at Murphy. Jora.
the fruit interests, und w Lieb has secured
cisco, making arrangement* for having
rhine county. t)!c«»»:i. or to R R. btation.
Fresh-crop oranges, Itiinns, tigs, etc., several recent patents of h - p'aced upon induced to try the Oregon Kidney Tea
a lodgment among us. it is found that a
(rinnl’h Pu»**, Or
I drank at my meals the tea made from it. I Miss Nelli-Moore of Raiding. Cal., for
A. 1!. ( ARSON .k SON
deco« tion, of whi<*b concent rated lye forms at the S. F. Vanety Store. The best io the tbe market as nranufactured goods.
and it has effected a radical cure
I can merly a pupil at the .Si*ter.*' school in this
the chief imired ent, has proven most effi market.
Deeds, mortgages and all d» scripti<»ns of highly recornmend it to all who are afflicted place, passed through lhe valley last week,
cacious in destroying the scale, although,
Some a falfa will be cut this week
Much real-estate blanks, bills of s-ale, mechanic’s as I was. Sold E.
E. C ohn .
en route to Eugene.
unless us d with judgment, it is liable to is re idj tor the mower when the weather lien* ami every other blank in use, for sale
The d< atb of Mrs. KrachAvhich occur
Geo. R. Neil celebrated bi* 2l*t birthday
cause the death ot the tree as well. Before settles.
at Portland prices at the T imes office.
He was presented with a
the sap is up in the spring a quite strong
Mr<. J . 1>. (’rocker is building a new
hat.(home gold watch and chain by
decoction can l»c used with safety to the dwelling on h» r Granirv street property hi
publication, at Crescent c»ly. Cal , of hii been entertained of h«*r recovery for a parents on that «lay.
tree; but after tbe buds start great caution Ashland
; opposition p iper to the Del N»*»rte " Re ord' ’ we« k before her death.
is necessary in applying the lye. A sum
W. J Gregory and family v.s*te«l
which li,.s lung oceupie»! the fiehi afone.
Fred Albright has sold his place on Ev
live«! a very «piiet iih' in Jacksonville, but 1 town !a>t Saturday
mer wa^h lias been emr*-nyed in ('aiiioinia
Mr. (». will soon
esteemed. »visit t» Klamath rouuty, where he
districts infested wuth the plague,which has
Tbe Lakeyiew “Examiner”
proven invaluable in destroying the scale j fur |24(JU.
Al Farrow «‘ditiuu last week in honor of
extensive stock interests.
If you want genuine bargains, don't fail
•luring the breeding season, th«* formu'a of
the faim.u» burse's achievement in run of »»ur pioneer citizens, and her daughter
Rev. Mr. Wood of the Wfi'amette valley,
which has b eu obtained by Hon J . 1) j , to uad
__ on N. Fisher. He is selling out, and ning the fastest mil « o’i r *c »rd male in a Mr*. M. ObeiHJhuin. was with her in tbe
last try mg hour The remains were inter who has succeeded Rev (». W. Quinibyon
Whitman, of U m 'fate l.<*rt.< nl ur.r I* -ar*l. , m> Mistak ■
this circuit, calle«l on 11s Monday, accom
red in ¿he beautiful Jacksonville feme
whu will furnish it t»>all persons applying ' *•--.....
Not»»*, - re . ’eipts, due-bills, drafts, etc., in
1’ruspects for an immense Iruit crop are
panied by A. J Wisdom ot Butte creek.
to him. f It ‘ i.
' gratifriug t>
km* that our
fori». , handy and tirst-class, at the j first- dass, amt the rame may be said of the terv on Saturday, many friends of the de
ceased ami family paying the last tribute
Hon. J. H. Stewart uf Eden.precinct
-re«t. canna ,
the j y
'grain. .S »me more ram wifi be necessary
of rexpci t at the grave.
made us a pleasant call Tuesday. He is
scale without report to such heroic treat I G. XV. Gibson is managing
to make late-suwn gr-0h yield abundantly,
__ ? the work of
broking after business connected with the
ment as « Utting down the trees infest«?«!.but ' 1 opening
Ane line, Fari*
(' ii ’ \ $ lime
in Jackson however.
•ur orchardists should bear in mind the
liver secretes from two to three pounds of southern Oregon agricultural fair ansoeia-
B. L Arnold, presnleut of the state agri b.ic every twenty-four hours and dis(»«>9<*s tion.
fact that ilie a »tanding menace tu the fu creek district.
ture prosperity of this section and that now
of this secretion where it will do the most
Major James Jacks.m of tbe second cav
is the time to eradicate it. All pers >ns on a lot in Helru in’s addition, near the that he will hold a farmers’ institute in good. Now if tbe liver is out of order, the alry lias been ordere«! t> proceed to Fort
The Importance of purifying the blood can
Jacksonville during June next.
knowing the scale tube in existence in their planing-:ni'l.
whole system is in trouble, the spirits are Walla Walla. Wa-hingt» n territory, mi l
not be overestimated, for without pure blood
vkinity will onfer a iav«»c by at «»m e re
depressed, the mind is not clear, and a per report to the cotumaud ?»g offi • r of the
Yo mg chicken* are air *udy on th«* mar-
you cannot enjoy good health.
Attention is called
porting the fact t<> Mr. Whitman, at Mvd- ket. allowing that aouthern Oregon is still
son wh'-*e liver i.» n«»t performing it* duty post for duty.
At this season nearly every one needs a
folk.C. 11 Pickens’
lurd. who will furnish alt information at hi»< I in the lead .
is very soon untitled fur ivgu'ar business.
Mr-. W T. Bu-nvy, v.ife <»f the e i-icr
good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich
Ile i.s »tesvi Ve'l y isipular, ami one of th
command relative to up aiis of combatting
Dr. Henh-y’s Dandelion Tonic rouses ¡lie of the Oregon citv land ».til c, i- at to*
Reul Jnlge lJiy'a large alverlisement
blood, and we ask you to try Hood's
i best hor»« s ì » thuvndey lira c«»lt.s speak f«»r torjiid liv»"r and enables it to p«*rf«»rni its
an»t nori»*»? the 411 .r barg 1 n* m r«*,d estate 1
Or« gu»« hot» I n A h<‘,ii> I iurna » •»• her
aving failedto close out my bus -
proper functions, thereby lecutalmg the i.ur e. seeking a ic*t(»ia<iou of lie; i ; i io
Pzamliar »’■ir3ararinx It strengthens
i-u'Hri in J h <* p .MPiivil!»;. a* 1 had wished t<»d«>,
1. O. O. F. Celebration.
i UUUllal ¡mj tuilds up the system,
I). R’»ym»!i|i re-enti.* r’-e-v*» ! a tri«» of
1 hnv«» < •»;>«’bi.bsl to continue tlie n iineoa a larger
our bra« ing «I in ^te
r*»-uiorruw is tbe anniversary of Oi l I
(han ever. 1 w as in K»n Franciaco recently,
Thr sweat v*Ii anniVir-ary »»f the In b*
Fellow-hip, and the event will be gener cost, laid <fou n at Medford, $21
Rev. F. S. N*n I d« pa t ■»' «ni the evening
w’nerc 1 L<i«i hi
<»f th«' lar»: st and b»vt stock*
The « x
while it eradicates disease. The peculiar «»f
pendent Order of (hit Felh»wMhip will be i ally cele bi a ted.
< ENTRll. POINT POINTERS.
kin»!* of Fir» '.rm*. Ammunition. Cutlery,
pres* companies'< harg»'$ on the consign
celebrated at M • Iturd t >-tno.r >w, April
combination, proportion, and preparation B h .*dwar»« and Spurting Goodf- « v . t brought to
mi nt were 11 I
26th Th fo .owing i< th progrunuie:
(io to J. <'. .Sheri Ian’s for your hard a prominent miller at Dallas, 1’oik cuuitty,
of the vegetable remedies used give to this market. (bawiK E-old at tbe foweet pueaible
1. Memb r* of lhe order will meet at ball participate in the grand bind contest on
The Ifolo Tuwnaite A Milling Company ware, tinware, and the celebrated Superior before returning to J ackaonville.
Hood’s Sarsaparilla pecul-
Good£ t>> bo ju»t what
at9.30 o'clock, a . m . 2 Form in order and
offer lots for |50 each—¿10 cash, balance in BL Louis stove.
lar curative powers. No • U ILScIT 1 1 repr*«*«-nt
tl.»-in tola*. B vhik thankful to my
Col J T. Bowditch spent sever,.! days
Our eastern Oregon exchanges teem with monthly payments of f > a month. F»»r
leave hall at 10 o’clock. 3 March to tbe
pat ronegi* t»o lil»rral -
in Portland last weik. endeavoring to se
Frounds. 4. Mu*ic by Medford band. 5. land notices, mostly f«jr homestead proofs full arrangements call on or address the
I would ropectfnlb ■••licit a con-
wax the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. R. V Beall cure r»duce«i rates of trans; ortati »n for
cures. If you have made up your mind to lybeat.iwed,
rayer by Ch «plain. 6. .Song by choir, and timber 1 md.
secretary. Scott Griffin.
JOHN Ml! LEll.
during the week.
the militia coinp.-tnie* of the st it«- t • tip*
buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to
“Choral Salutation ' 7. Anniversary cere
The I .-«I** uf vari.*gate I marble n«»ar
Wayne Oliver, one of th? pioneer* of
Several young bloods from abroad have Wa-hington rent» nt i d. to be held <»n the
monies. 8. $ >ng by ch for. 9. Prayer by Roseburg is sai i to furiHsli fi le stone fur Rogue river valley, but who n >w rc-uies
take any other instead. It is a Peculiar
he- n acting very badly in town lately, and 30th inst at P«»rtl.»n<l.
Chaplain. 10. Bong by Choir; Thanksgiv nioniiuieiita» use.
Medicine, and is worthy your confidence.
withiiissm Frank in Butte cr»M»k valley, they wi.l be taken in charge by the mar
ing anthem. 11. Address of welcome by
W. C. Ifonglity :«n«l family, who recmtly
Hood’s Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists.
Attend the May-day party at Rose’s on »'ab, is-ai l tu be at death s door. He is shal ass<M»n as the calnb »o<e is finished, if
12. Mu-ic by Jacksonville Appl^gat“ on Frnlay, .May 3d. A pleas- s0 years uf age.
arrived from 1 a ifor» i t w rei«Ja ksonvil e
Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Maas.
they do so again. They should be ashamed during the week, prvparaloiy to removing
bind. 13. Oration by Kw. W B. Adkin-».
aul/tmi*.’ is a-sured.
Tbe nobbost and latest styles of bats, of themselves.
14. Music by Medford band. 15. Rtfrc-h
to a tine dairy much near Br«»wnsb »ro,
i’he lurgest st >ck of French candies — shirts, neckties, collars, cuff-, scarf pins,
ments. 16. Music by Jack* »nvillc band.
Several sale« of real estate in this vicinity which Mr. Doughty will stock with a
17. Spr«» h by Judge De Pratt of A-haul.
have taken place lately, which shows that choice lot of d«airy cattie from the Sacra
canalways be found at the S. F Variety our land is appreciated by all those
DR. CEO. O. DE BAR
IB. Muaie by Mrdiord ban I. 19. Hi»-‘t» h the S. F . Variety btore.
who mento valley in a short time.
by Judge Day of Ju< k-onville
W. H. Runnels of Gold Hill was in town Store, t ail and see for vourselvea.
are acquainted with it.
J. D. Whitman of the slate horticultural
One of tbe events of the s?ts»n will be
by Jack-onvdle band. 21. Speech by Bro. Tuesday and bought a large amount ot tin
Robt We.strop, Jas.* Wright and Mr. board was up from Ahdford List batnrday,
tiie ball at Milford to m >rr«»w (Friday) Lowndes were at the c unty scat
--------- of Grant's Puss. 2*2. Speech by Bro.
ware of A 11. Maugley.
lately, inserting trees infested with the scale-bug
Jnrk*üin II’«. Or« r> n.
--------- of Kerby vibe. 23 Mui»* by Jack
Owing to the sickness of the manager,
I'he latter is a scientific painter, and is in this vicinity. He reports the pest not
sonville and Meuford bunds.
Adjourn the May-day party at E «gie Point has been made ih« r» for. ami m> doubt it will be a do Tig s >mr good work.
nearly on prevalent in the county as at first
grand sii'cets in every partir ibir.
ment. The members of the order will meet ind< finitely postpone i.
Geo. T. Hershberger has sold his ■lwrll- supposed, and is very much em«»uraecd at
at the ha I at 4 o’c <» a i* m , where an ev
1 he anti-«pia» k law passe 1 by (he legis imr-honse in town to Mrs. Park for W. the prospect for t*ra»l»< ating it.
The Standard Oil Company are making »
ening'.* entertainment wi:l be given
preparations t >r having a st trago w «ré lature requires r»?gular physicians to legis- and will put up a neat residence <»n his
Mr. Phillips of Chippewa F.ill« Wis.. an
friends, not members of the order, wishing i
ter their names, »iiplonias, etc , with the land in Mrs (’ »<»k i v's addition.
«>ld nexvspap *r man, is fo the va’ley, ac-
house erected hi Asbian-d.
to ta»»e part in tne day's till rtuinn.ei.t are
conipani *d by his s.»n. lie represents a
Marion Knighten and <». R. Ma'lrtte of I couutv clerk. Several •»( «»ar doctors have
cordially invited t > att nd. * Bring ba*
number uf capitalist*, and is locking after
he vnd !. i ;.4<; m d om its fob hale
Ash and last week started iur Alaska, m already complied therewith
kets we I fi.’r«i ” By order »»i
.4 .Vwlwrat Vrodnel nf CnK/ornln.
tiv ■ h» ad <»f « "> I ■ re«'«.; nlso «rT’»rnJ parcel*
our timber lands in their interest. We
The best family remedy is umloubtedly
quest of fame a id fortune.
T he C ommittke .
♦•x<*» Ili-ut luriu-i»iuit»'<i hi .la k*»»i;ville, Wd-
R eception C ommittee —W. 1. Vawter.J. O.
Horsemen, n»»w is tbe time to get your Plunder’.* Or**g n Blood Purifier
i fornia. and no other part of lhe world. We man, who was cbaj eroned by Judge Wi! lowBptiiiaC* and ( «l irai ¡b»r.4 precinct*. Fu»*
A Choice Location.
further particul: rn c.i!' nt the Jack.*<»nville Mar Johnson and \V:n. Stincer.
horsebilU printed an i advertisements ih- be safely given to the infant as well a-» the refer to the tree that produces the healing
Fi-con M anager * I L. Hamilton. M. E.
ThrowR»1 '»>e courtesy of one of the st«rk sf-rted at the 11 me .-» office.
; inriiieiiies la-l to «lo S'». Ke«/p it in lhe and penetrating gain u-e 1 in that plea-ant
Beatty, it. T. Young, T. A llamn and E. M. Fur
J <■ wiiirv.
holders >n the lloinmn tract a T inkh repre
and < tf •i tive cure for consimiittion.nsihin a.
The timber lands of Rogue river arc h«»UMk.
sentative win roc, i tlv »iv. n an <q>por(u again attra< iiiig attention^/ and many
I.r ineliiti« and cottjh«. Santa Able, Ilin
Grand Mur-h nt 9o’clock sharp.
The cases of Sisetmvre v>. >i c n »re. Gil k ing of co:i«unipllon
mty to Inspect th« .niproveme it, g.uiur on
FirH»-rl..^s munir will la* farnishi <| by J. E.
A i| Irugeist« g ia*-
chi.ins will be l«i<*ated »oon.
Elite <»rrl*<‘-tia, and a ti» r supper will
roy ami G »»'lyear vs iicho«»! District \'.». 5. iiutee and «ell it for $1 <)o « liottle, or
in that »e tion. I Tin«. Cinch, who ha«
DR. DUNN’S IMPROVCD LIVER RILLS
be Kt rv d at (he Grand ( ••■ trai Hotrl.
Th«? Ro-eburg b 1 id has signified its ii- C'ìrh»*|| V-. C .il l’T-, a i I Tram m, Ho >ker three for $2.50. By the use of Califoini.i Cur. Slck-Hutfach«. by corrKtln| the Stomach, Bow-
] ur> h.i«td ..lie of the lots n> nn-rt ti> town
in the new riodili 11, ».reply ha« it under tentiuii of p.iri'cip.tiing in the band contest A Co. vs Dean A Owen, appealed from this i it-li t’ur... nil rymptoms i f catarrh are 11«. Llw end Kidney« ; beautify the compleiion by pu
district, were argued in the supreme court disp uted and h> disea-ed nasal passage is rifying the blood ; mild In their action, pleeeent to uke.
lein e and wCl i lc ir >he am ind duri.ig tile here on tbe 13lb of May.
■nd njner gripe or «Icken One tori dote. 25 cto. ■
eonii .g sea«on. llngh Elliott’.« 1 it is being
A full line of first class garden seeds, (luring the past fortnight
re-t ire.l to a healthy condition, il a pack- box. Orug ind General store! orby « m H. Simple« trio.
rapidly cleared by J. Beaveiiue, Sr., wh > fresh and of the best varieties,can be found
A millsite, niiiirace and sidetrack will age. By
lVIl.LMAKE THEKI- \SO\ :T : •<» AS E, I.
Tick' t>. including Buppur. $2 51.
THS DR. 8OSANKO MED.
took ilie contra t at ,15 per a re. ile is at the 3. F. Variety »Store.
»1 Inwe: (’oinms ncinff nt H« nry Brown’e nlaer
I e lurn»sh«*»l by th»* Tolu Townsiic ami
M. BRUNI ANO. Prop r.
near Brownabom »>u Morulay, April 2Jd. and r»
u«ing a lionie-constructed enp-um and
Millmg C »mp I».v, for* a nomina! sum. to
Tbe S. F ’’Exannner 1* the best paper
mair ii g thr» •• day*: thence to «»•.■ pie.' «* in I able
cable in pulling out the > rubs. Other« are
any r»*» od .-'i I • pnrtv who will put up n tif J I'ee-., n i o ..va« la-t he nd .1 in north
Bin k prwit <*t. u-turnir j» t»» • kcii ht^.ud every |
Don't 1 til to leave your sub
contemplating ini; ruvemenls at an carle on th»* coast
floìir mill at l oio. I1'»r D irii'vii ti.s rol l.•» «*•» ern I ' diforni.i. and who i- a!«o supposed to
ninth d.tj during Ih«—♦ .* >n t»iyling !ub l.ii*’.*
day. The soil Is dee;> an I mellow and scriptions at tiie T imes office.
or call O’i the •* *creforf, Scott (»riffi’i.
have re-id .1 n -oiiiho-n Or iron many
United State* Land Office.
Dl.M KH’i ION AM) l EDlGU! F.:
.Send the T imes to vuur friends East, or
teeming with richness, an I loose wim are
Roseburg (Jregi.n. Apul W. lN*y. f
Nuif »Ik i* • h • i’jirii! »1 -ru brown h »r*n. of
Attentigli i - cal»* »1 tn ;h-» pr»»i»,*si»»n »1 »*ar«l years ago. Anv new- wh ch vs ill lend to
wise enough to invest now will realise a at any other place, it answers belter than
fin»» Kt)Io »•■■I nc'ion. 17 hand- Inch and u--i^hs
of Dr. DeBar. under the head »»f “new Chis his <li-c ,verv will be thankfully receive I by
all tbe letters you can write
rich return in a f. w years.
Maugly. wii'»M • pogtoflic«» idJrefW i* Jack»»»!!
T homston W ili . i on. Canyon City, Or. "
l.V«) p. und ; i».s 4. .ni wa< half Norfolk and half viii»»,
Harrison McNulty bought two fine
Bel I fun i id«’r.
rt f*»r th* *’3Ta»'gly Placor Mine,’’ con-
T f . kms : S. a-on.
sura- •«.-$¡2 Any p(»r- for a pat«
horses of J C. Whipp last Saturday, pay on the doct >r h iviug rr*u:m»d hi* practice
A Prolific Section.
«»nr hundred and lifty acre*, situated in
among us, as he is one of the ablest physi
of nv r- h forf» it their insurance. taming
the P»»or Man’s Mining district, county of Jack
As an inst nceoi thefe it <’it> idauituul
cians who trave ever locaied in thi* legion.
OnS'i idav. May 5th, Rev F. H. Noel
ron. Statu of Oregon, and embracing th»» W 1-2 of
W. *H. Ruch of Steamboat intends taking
life'» our ii'iuintuin air in s arln-'n Or. gon
but will not be reepomibh» for aey oecurrinir.
Baker, state print» r, has fa will I h »I4 services ut the residence of H.
Wl-2«»f NF. 14 ofBW 1-4, and 8 1 2»»f N 1 2<»f
may be e tui the eXi erieni e of G.
t 'uly his band of cattie east of tbe mountains
C. H Pb 'KEN’S.
Judge in Ashland.
NW 1 lofBW 1-4. and H 1-2 «»f NW 1-4'of BW 1-4,
Table li'»tk, Oregun April tl.l-xw
of S.eamlH'at. with sheep. In Octolier. thi-» summ r. 11»; u»i Icr-tand.
:md NW 1-4 «»f BW 1-4 of BW 14of »»notion 12, and
office ••utili d “ The Ursoni< c* of Oregon,”
¿A im .
Iz*ri7. he puri ba’cii live common-grade Mer
|8 1 2 of 8 I 2»»fNE I 4»»f BE 1-4 and N I 2 of
Grant He m in s n it iioriiim st Ashland which is a» || prinleii and quite itifofesring. n xt Sfilarli, f »reu »on uni evening, l»v
i of BE I I of BE 1 4. «nd N 12 of HW 1-1 of HE 1 I
ino ewes, ahii h brought him a crop of ten wi I be equipped with sw»munnx links I He will mail a copy of the same free to any
K v. J. W. Mil ir
HD»i SW 1-4 of BW 1 4 «>f HE 1-4. and HE I 4 of ME
laml'H the following January. Last fall a Ii >iding from 3 m > to MM) gallons.
one furnishing name and address.
I 4 of BW 1-4 «»f t*ecfi«»n II. ami NE i 4 of NE 1-4
second crop resulted from letting n itme
Bri-itn -s men do nut expect something
\V, 1 4 of ..oction U; also thr H 1-2 of NW 1-4
For ttie delicate and aged ami all in whom
take it.N course, ami ihh spr ng the fruitful
<>i bE 1 lof MM-tion II. la t«»wn*hip JK south, of
(or noihing. If thev do not advertise they the vital current i* impoveri-ficd and slug
air has again bcm filled wuh ’he bleulingof
3 we*t. Will.-inWte m»iridi »•>, containing i
cannot expect much business.
There will be a May-day dance and
gish, Ayer's 8 irs.uparitla is the very nest
iamb.« on the Culy ranch, *»» that now his
150 acres. The i«»ca*n»nof this phu’er minirg I
Opp. Oihl Fellow*' Bail li
J t is expected that halt a dozen bands tonic. It restores the wasted tissues ami supper at the refo»lence of b. E. Rose, <»n
chiiin in r« cot«l»»d in tne ruc« :fo r’.- otli <* at .Jack-
original flock ha* in« re.»*ed to twenty-seven
i - odvi H c , Jark*on coui.ty, Orn^on. in book 1H.
head, in addition to which number lie kill wi 1 particip ite in the contest h**re on May imparts to the system surprising elasticity Ai»ph*gaie. on Friday evening, May3,-l#fi!).
All ere invited. Music hv Orme Bros.’ or
| cage 72, Jack*.»n county mi» ing r<»c'»rds, and
and vigor. Price |1. Worth $.'» a bottle.
ed two mutton sheep last fall, and three 13tb. A lively time is expected.
j book 1. page 311. and Look 2. ¡. <g »37, ami page
No pains wdl be spare I to make
lambs died from accident*. Of course the
For m arlv half a century Ayer's Cherry
O'Donobue, the fish peddler, he with the
120. mioii'g couvi y.i ;C* - and in l»ook 10. )» »«••
usual provision ua* mad«« for mnltip'i a- mut.c.il voice, yhited our town one day Pectoral h is been the most popular cough it a very pleasant affair.
; 22 m , <!<»»•»I records of raiil Je«’k»on comly. Th»»
Bauti-n «»u the nortl»-
tion ot specie*. Whu cm beat tho* rec» *r<l last w*«uk and did a good business,
remedy in the world. The constantly in-
rnmswi i.tzbNovxs «.« h . r is: t: the ' ».’W«t an«i McK»*r A ('»» are on Ii. ihu
with sheep? _______
X new 'ii'tUHg« mcAt. uilibo roi.tlncfod on the
A L w immigrants are arriving, but the cr«’ii>iii : dem ind for this remedy proves it
a«.lv«-rM*ly any p«»r-
beai ' -i i.
• ■ i
c.xp(’Ct«d null has nut set in, although it Io b-* tbe very b ‘st spec.fi»*for c*»lds, cough*
•parisi h» give e» i ••m¡ ■■ tisbici i n. It c< ntaiut- I tion of raid mining pri'iniseh are r»»qnire<l to file
ami alI «I >< a-*c • »»f the throat and lung*.
Potter** ( lay.
u ni ink»* place in the near future.
artii’< r. • »upplnsi with their ntlvt rw claim»- with the Register of the
Che operatimi of removing a tumor olFlC
flingl'-**»■«< double Irtfis. n».ikn»g it it »Usira‘de Unite«! Stab * l^and Office at R<».-ci»urg. <)r»*g»»n,
pound-plugs of Climax tobacco only .V)
A letter from W. C Myer nf AdiLind in
iliac»' L>r du»entertainment <»f I < th truveh raand »luring the rixtv day* period oi publication here
the ’’Oregonian” of a recent dite *S ........
at< s I cei,t-> each .»t the b. F Variety Store ; other
of, or they wi’l be barred by vntueofthe pro-
c ’k»'f i tile P.i i! Helm ot Ashland, sou of
j gmth in | r.»|ortiun. 1 ail and see.
that there is a fine drpmit of potter’’» day
viMion* of tiie statute
ip the vicinity of Ashland
Th • inf rm.t-
( HAH W.JOHNSTON. Register.
Drumm« r* report business <)uiet tliroiich-
rh«»irc s H-d potatoes r in sii'l he
tion was elicited by an i ipiiry of .L .*eph ! out r' l \i Uvy.l 'it very good in Wa>l:i:igi«»n Stu Fran- s »» -iiigi-ons li-t week. We are
the S. F. Variety St«>r*. Ja< ks<uj
gi.«d l»>le«’»i ina: h° w: I entirely recover.
Hants, iw to wh thee <»r n »t there is anv ' termor.» u.id tha Willamette va Icy.
Winlways be supplied with the bewt the market
afford*, serve«! in i’yle that will plei.n* the most
clay in the s itc worth working
Next Turs'btv i- t':e anniversary of Pres
Ilenrv Kli| p<*l, the real-estate agent, of
furf idiom* tasG*.
will find th .t th< re arc >ev raid« p»s (a of ex
ident WasiiiD. ¡»ni’.- liiauguraiion, an i in
-4 W.tufin*. fff.rort ry.
HF“Rates oaevmiibleand satisfaction gnaran-
relent clay, ivtup co f rm «nuf.i. luring the fer» >tvcral new and fir.st*c>a*s bargains. commemorati ni of tbit event all the
This powder never varies A marvel of puri
"Atbiliier wonderful <li«covery ha« been ty, strength an<i wholee»»!neneas. More «econom
tiiH-*t ware, in many parts •( the v.dty.
clHirrtt !».*(!• tnru'Uoout (bel irxl will ring
Office <»f tho County Treasurer, z
J. J. STRAIT, Prop.
A large j mount of corn is being planted out to «mil tbe pe»»ple together to pray tur a mule and that too liv it lady in thia county. ical than the ordinary kind*, and cannot be »old
some of il havit g been fully te^tv»l. I hero
JnckKonville. Orecon, April 11, 18«». <
fattened its cluteliee upon her and in competition with the magnitude of low teet.
should l»e n otwy in u wtll-condti«-ted pot-
K IS HEHEHY
1IEKEHY GIVEN THAT THEKE
continuance of the life an-l prosperity of
tor seven year« »he withstood its severest
L C. BOLLE
«re fund, on hand for th« rwli-anniion of the
trry here, as ibe fnigbt on eastern ware cannut b* excelled in its production.
test»,but her vital organs were undermined only in cane R oyal B akino P owder C o .. lOtf
following count} warmntn. pnitaMml u|i toll»;
would alone yield a handsome profit to a
We are sorry to learn that R. A. Fellows
It is scarcely"necessary to call attention and death seemed imminent. For three Wallbt., N Y.
1 10*1. Win rant« iiumln-red- I3ÏS Ik'Z 137k Emu
of Pleasant creek precinct has sold bis to the very, prominent advertisement of (). months she conghed incessantly and could
( iittl^» brnr<io<l J Oon 1332 l-.k) 131» 1278 1'275 1'271 1'273 1'281 1'27 18*1 WV
property and will leave for Texas soon.
1 ft »:ij> Mark*. dwfi I- I3M 13/5'2 13MI I3>7 13*1 HI» 13V3II3S I«) IU12 1515
H. Blount of Ashland in this issue of the not »lec,n She bought of us a bottle of l)r.
DR. L. WIGGIN,
luw fei k in loft • ar and 1385 1431 15311 143'1 1519 1517 1515 15J8 1540 1M8 1538
Parties desiring to build in Tolo this T imes . Mr. Blount fully appreciates the Kimr’s New Discovery for consumption
nnder-Hlopo in richt. Al 1518 1115 lt:M 1418 14581185 1512 1450 1381 382 809
rtt<M'km«*n fr >m the Ante'ope and Butte spring will he furnished lumber, brick and value of printer’s ink and is <i reliable man and whs so much relieved on taking ttret
r.-Ptlp wiUi nndnr hit 1547 1481 1471 1548 P«l 1253 1251 14'28 1485 14'29 1'283
tod»J business wHit. (rive him a call. It dose that she slept ail night and with one
ercek range« rep< rt some troub'e with building material at th«? lowest price.
in earh car, bran-hwi with I5l 4 IKS 1537 1451 1474 1554 14'>5 1581 1541 145» 15811
Josephine Co., Or.
bottle has been miraculously cured. Her
1477 1543 1512 1484 1475 1457 1488 1435 1558 1525 1487
anchor on richt hip.
blackleg among cattle ag.tin thia aeaaon.
Sawmills are running everywhere and will pay you.
John L. Burns, the drunken driinimer name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.’'' Thus write
A« a prevent!* ■ nieantre it has been found ¡umber is becoming plentiful again,though
Horaea braodod L <»n 145'2 1488.
Inter««! oa the rune will coa.» from thi« date
benetieial to Inoculate stis'k with a bit thvseaswned article is still <ju«te scarce.
K. H MOtlllE.
Office ar.d reridencea few miles west of Grant'*
Get a free trial bottle at all drn^ store«.
of tbe following compound:
Several residents of Foots creek, Apple paid for a cent of it,is now at Crescent city.
5 part«; aalfpetre, 3 parts: aasaf .eti la. 2 gate and Evans creek are in town this Cal. We are informed that tie Iras descend
Beet of reference given and eat ¡«faction guar
part«. Boil tin- su'phur, add the other in
ed v»»ry low in the social ncale and is shar
Selling Ont nt Cost.
wteit serving their country as jurymen.
ing the fate nf the genus bilk, of which he
gredients. ami let dry. Insert a small bit
ll peksons knowing themselves
I am now offering my entire stock of tine
(¡el rid of that tired feeling as «juicklv as is a blooming sample.
fodebh d te ti «*sta»e »»f Dr. J. H. Chit
of the euiuj-'Uiid under the skin on the
pof.-il L*. Take H* mm I' s Sarsaparilla, which
dress-goods, staple and fancy groceries,
wood by nut»* or book account., are hereby noti
It will make a tad rore, Lute
Messrs. Amy A Rippy last week consum clothing, boots and shoes, etc., at less than
►••ttl»» the rame wpbin flm next thirty
prominent moi kgrow< r a'-ure- ua it is efH-
mated a -a'<* of 2fi() acn s of the Watson j co‘t. Parties desiring to wure bargains
day* or render thorn selves liable r»» conia of suit.
Eggs are scarcer again and th t priep his
< . B. WATSON.
farm near <’♦•nir.»l P«»mt to E. »’ K in»- of wi I find it tew their ad vantage to call at
has advanced to 15 cents a dozen. Butter
Atl'y for 1 Mate.
Btate of Oregon, Treasurer's Office,)
Ash land for $10,C mj O. By this transfer tbe once, as everything must l>e sold immedi
Bafom. April 2. 1W». j
An Exi-eDrnt Work.
grantors have almost paid fur the entire ately
I ani desirous of closing out my
ram h. ami have remaining a gc <1 sized busine. s, and wilt give great bar ¿»ins.
The piibliehiai: nnd nitri rti -ing agcr< y of
are sufficient ftn.de <>o hand to pay the fol.
A few copies of ttie American Settlers’ tract of line agi ieu’tural land, while Mr,
Buffa rd A Co.. LV» Wnohingfon 8|.,1 1> » ago,
N ewman F isher .
lowinx warrauta drawn on the swamp land fund,
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Kane has made an investment from which
have publi«hvd « book on Oregon, \Vn«h-
and that the same will be paid <»n presentation at
this office. Inane of IM q , warrants numt>ered
he üNnEiu'KiNEi» 11 >s givì - n his . sux .
ii^to'»,Ar. of grrnt val. g It i«ugo <1 Hirer- matters, may be n»und at the I’ tme * office. tie c.innut fan to r* al.z« a bandtome ntuin,
E. H. B. Taylor, t is ii.n«» a d
.'rilE TABLE I.S CONSTANTLY FL'ltXISHED
License to wed has be u issued durir«: as Ins land is situated in a most desir-
A 2-hor«e wag»m, tbiinble-skein, one StS 3 m. 307, 2W, 321, 525. 52H, 527. 52H, 5». 5311. 531
tiding meiHtini for nortliwes'ern ba-ine««
n> t’» zuiy->f Í. íb esriiisr • ; r»-iili.r will beb« ’ 1 uith tlie lx nt the market afford*
n»eii. Another edition of 2.5 two will I m -is- the work tu C. ('. Uiiar|«-y ami Miss Dili nb»esection, in tbevery h a tot the vailey. *artd en.art and aJ ilr, two setsuf buggy
NoChineee employed, and no pains epared to
«ini May Ut, or before. O’bcr édit ons gent Brown uud Jesse Houck and Miss Kale where property is still appreciating rapidly harness. E-njureutC B Kott el, Jackson-
G. W. WEHR,
1. Il H TAYLOR,
Will fol ow
HoaaiutL'rvek Rrccicct, April 5, UA.
I M lu I b ul all bourt». 3 ce&U.
Sttl V • »*.<5 5 i V1 *.iUt
$150 00 IN CASH PRIZES!
aving determined to close out my business in
Ashland, I ana offering all lines of goods at Cost and below:
MEN’S CLOTHING, all at Cost.
Suits from $4.15 up
MEN S FINE DIAGONAL SUITS, regular price, $22.50,
to be Closed Qut at $15.00. In fact, every line is being
slaughtered. ALL MUST GO!
BOYS' CLOTHING of all kinds. Closing Out at Cost
MEN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS AND SHOES. All at Cost
MEN’S FURNISHING GOODS of all kinds, to be Closed
Out at Cost.
MEN’S HATS, large stock, all at Cost.
From 50 cents up
MEN'S WOOLEN PANTS at Cost. From $2.00 up
Auplo, Pear, Peach.
Plum, Prune, Apricot, MENS BEST GRADE OVERALLS at Cost. Only 55 cents
MENS' FANCY NECKWEAR, all at Cost
TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS below Cost. Escort. 3 Plugs
for $1.00; Climax. 3 Plugs for $1.00. and all other grades
NEW THE. WEEK.
as we are actually poing out of business
Fishing Tackle, Hardware, raink, Oils,
Varnish, Glass, Cutlery. Etc.,
GRAND BALL ! !
1OO Doses One Dollar
Stock aud Land for Sale
TUESDAY EVENINC, APRIL 26th
Latest Colors in Wool Fabrics
CROCODILE GREEN, RESIDA, CEN D'ARME BLUE, TAN, LEAD,
CRANUT, TERRA COTTA, ETC.
Cachcinirc. Bicge, Sicilian Suitings, 4<>c to <».*><• per y<l.
Double fold. Reversible Cloth, 15c to 20c per yd.
Nun’s Veiling, Creunt, Blue and Black, ilOc per yd.
Bunting in Colors, Cambrics, Lawns, Piquas.
Dragon Black and Figured Organdie, !♦>}<• per yd.
Zanzibar, Palmer and Amoskeag Ginghams.
Iniporteil Scutch Ginghams (like summer silk) 25c.
Bleached and Brown Cotton», Cabot “W” 7p’.
New Buttons, New Parasols, New Calicoes, (In
digo and Standard), Etc., Etc.
We also carrv in stock
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Miring Application No.—
in large (jiiantities anil can give special inducements to intending
Pa*“ Will exchange for farm product.-, allowing highest market
price for same.
Thahkful for past favors and hoping for a like continuance,
J. NUNAN. Jacksonville. Or.
Main St., Ashland, Or
rL he U’nbh*
County Treasurer's Second Notice.
Wheel and Reversible Harrows and Cultivators.
Ths ll'>a<>wned J. I. CASE
Sleel-Beam Center-Draft, dinner Plowsj Bissell Ciillled Plows• ImnroT e
Scotch dinner ani
Sot l ie Up.
Corn-ShellcTH, Fanoing-Millfi, Wind-Mills, P uhi ]*, Barbed-Wire Sta
ple.-, Oil« and everything kept in a firet-clas«. Machine and Imple
ment House. Also Staver & Walker’s Agency and Headquarters for
Jackson county, Oregon.
E®* Please give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, as I am
prepare41 to give lmvest jiossible prices, and my goods are first-class.
Corresixmdence resiaxilfully solicited.
WM. GATES, Central Point, Or.