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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1889)
A. W. Charlton and family left for the
8 tin McCaslin, formerly of L nkville, but
Willamette Monday, Where they w.ll
lately of Salem, tn in the valley.
J. E. l’arkhurst of Portland is in town.
prob «b'y spend the winter. Ì heir son who
ANDER84 >N—(’RAN E—At the residence of the
N. Grimsley made us a visit yesterday.
Pay lbe printer.
J. H. Sfwart has had lo'M feet more of
bride’s motber. .Mrs. Nancy Anderson, by
licei» a cripp'e »«> l«»ng, will receive the
Connty commissioner’» court is in session.
tiling hauled to bin trim farm from Close has
Horace l’eltun has been viriting Grant’s
Rev. C. Ii. Hoxie, on Sunday. August 4. 1HH9,
Read the new advertisements.
best medical attendance while tlu*v ar»* at
buries Anderson ami Miss Emma Crane,
•rriCKl PAPER FOR JACKION COURT»
Fur iami, says tbe Lakeview “Examiner.”
Board of equalization meets August 26.
of Eden precinct.
W G. Kenney returned from Cinnabar
Tbe dwelling-house of Dor. Oden of
Nick Zimmerman, ore of the proprietors
CONSTANT-HOP WOOD-At the rwidenc«*
J. Panfer of Bir
wa« in town on last Momlay.
Weather prophets predict an early fall.
Pleasant cr«*eK precinct was burned a few of lhe \\ averly hotel at A banv, was .rii >t
Avutisi' 8, INK)
TUi: Kc*UAÏ .
of C. C. Smith in Central Point precinct, by
days ag». l he fire originated from a de and intailv wuui»d«d Lol Friday evening Tuesday la-f
O. W. Lnn?e of Footscreek spent yester
Rev. G. G. Thomas, on August 1 lsaii, Wil
Celluloid cufti an«l collars al Jackson’s.
1 n ’ing day in town.
1 relive tlue.
Win R »), «• ’ :• •
liam T. Constant and Miss EflR* N. Hopwool.
by Burney Wiis»m, adischarged«lislrwa ti
commissicnei s •
Wagner Spiings soda water at Jackson s.
A. B«*tz of Little Butte precinct was in SILVER—RENOLLET—At the rMidencv of
Geo. W. Duan of Ashland, will this year
ini'.cd from town
8. Sherman of Talent L-
Paul Ri*iif»llct, in Ashland precinct, by Rev.
previously had Hume trouble with Zimmer
Fishing tackle at the 8. F Variety Store. «lelivrr the oration at the annual reunion man.
G. J. Webster, on Sunday, August 4, 1KW«,
his trip to Kluinath county.
of the pioneers, which will be held at the
M. Volk u! Myrtle creek was in town to
Miss Josie Orth has returned from her
TI khm I oh * Silver and Misa Catherine E.
Hard weather on the insurance compan I Granite
The entire crop of wheat an i barley
visit to Roseburg.
city next month.
stm k(«l « hi lb•• McNulty ranch, one mil«* pleasant call a few days since.
Mrs. D. A. Jones returned to her home
Doug'as ¡.evens of (lilt-svHl. was in town
J. H. btewart, of E«len precinct, will tile f orth uf Yreka, was burned at 12 o'c lock
in Salem this week.
J. R. Evan*», of Medfcr 1, called Munday drain a pnrti« n uf his «>r< hard this tall un the night « f the second instant, Hie
Blackwell district are in town.
having hu«l v ry satistach'ry ~ results from lire illuminated the country for miles
Daniel Reynolds, of the Mea«luw$, was in
Miles Ramsey lud the tuislurlune to cut last.
town Monday night.
his foot severely last week.
around, and i.s supp>s««i to have betn in Fclt-ui ranch in Sain’s valley.
HOWARD—In Phftonix, June22, 1HH9, to Mr.
Wh<at is 62 cents in the Willamette mar his first venture iu that line.
and Mi's. W. J. Howard, h daughter.
Mrs. John Dvar has gone to California
O. Ui'pstrick ot Gahsville brought some keta.
Tramps broke into the 8 1*. «lepot at cendiary .
A bridge will be built across Hill creek for the benefit of her health.
SH1DELER—In Ashland, July 10, to Mr. and
fine beet to town to day.
Much injury is dine by the use of irrita above Ashland in a short time.
81 raw li.its at cost at th* 8. F. Variety G» Id Ilill and »tele a trunk which morn
John H. 8hid«*l«*r, a daughter.
ting, griping compounds taken as purga
Capt. Caton went to Cinnabar yesterday,
rifled of its contents Tad Tuesday
Tonsilitis has appeartd at this plaee and Store.
Several new divorce suits talked of for and will be gone several days.
NEALON—At Table Rock, August 2. 18 h 9. to
lives, in Ayer’s Pills, the patient has a
mg. No clue to the thieves.
several children are »uflering with it.
Mr. and Mrs, S. M. Nculon, a duughter.
mill but effective cathartic, that can be September term ot circuit court.
Diphtheria is prevailing in the John Day
N. Cooke of Willow Springs precinct
Mrs. Kate Clarke had the ill forluneto
J. A. VVih 'U and his s..n Jimmy came hi Conli lenlly recoin mantled alike fur the
W D. Bain of Med font called on us last paid
our city a visit yesterday.
lose a valuable Durham cow last week.
fr»»m Cinnabir l ist Saturday. Jimmy will most delicate persona as well as the must Monday, and subscribed fur the T imes .
The editor of the T ime - paid Grant’s:
Scott (Jriltin of Tul«> was on our street“ Mlteiid school at Mt. Aug« I < 'allege ii « ar Fort robust.
T. A. Ireland ot Grant's Pa** spent 1 u»t
A number of visiting Odd Fellows aie Pass
a business visit this week.
land during t’.ie coming ye ir.
Thursday here looking after his property. Tuesday.
F« rest fires caused great consternation here to attend the funeral this afternoon.
A. Noah, formerly of Sam’s valley, js GILMORE—In Waldo. Or., August 1st, Mary,
Misses Minnie Aytch. Gertrude Wilson
Sherifl Carll, of Lakeview, has sold hi» or. Williams creek iur a few days last week
Chas. Thurman of Applegate was in town
Dr. Roatel’s barbershop h is neon embe!-
wife of Thoinus Gilmore and daughter of
snd Vets Kedtield visited us last Saturday. yesterday.
res’dence property there to 1>. It. Jones tor For three days and nights every citizen Iished with a neat, new awning, by Ciiris now a resident of Rud i, W. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Decker.
J. G. Briscoe and <). J. Willard of Etna ARNOLD—In Jacksonville, August, 7th, of
>1,700. Carll expects to remo/e to the sea- un the creek, to the number of about sixty U Iricb.
Joe M. Roberts returned to Gkn laie Sat
John Roberts has opened a barbershop sh»>re to reside next summer.
hemorrhage, George Arnold, a uativ«- of Ba
urday morning and left Sunday fur Yreka, at Gold Hill.
('. E. Wilcox of pleasant creek precinct
their ran- lies, the women and children car made
den, Germany, aged JI years, 10 months and
Win. F. Chastain, wh»>has been quite ill
our town a visit the forepart of the
Rumor says that anuther prominent rying food ami water to them.
business man of Ashland is financially em
J. C. Boyd und famiiy of Starveout, have
Dcc<*used was a broth« r uf Mrs. John H«K*k-
Gov. l’cnmiyer has appointe«! F. T. Dow
D. T. Lawton and J. W. Shor» of Me t enjos
barrassed ; hut we h«>p^ that he will have
removed to Glendale and will spend the 8. F. Variety Store.
E. M. Miller of Ashland is in Linn coun
ami had been a resident ot Oregon alxtut
ning a member ot the southern Oregon ty «»n business
Hit health is Somewhat for«! made the county-scat a call yester siv y ears, coming tx> this stat«* from th«? vicin
C«»sl ami freight is all Fisher want.*.
Stale Board of Agr.culture, to till the va improved.
De» Moines, Iowa. He cstablish<*d a
We regret to chronicle tbs dun er. us ill Hit gooiis mu*t go.
John L. Selle rs and w iie, of Texas, visited cam y caU'Vti by the resignation ol J. H
Isaac Skeeters of Josephine county has character for industry and honesty since com
ness ot Mrs. Joe Clough. We hope to note
lhe (ami v of C. Mingus at Ashland last Stewart. He aia • apponivi! John G. Cook
Be.’i. llavmond, the well-known Rock betn in town lor several «lavs during the ing here, that won the esteem of nil of us who
her speedy recovery.
week. Sellers is a nephew of Mr. Mingus health officer at Coos bay to till tbe vacancy Point merchant, sj»ent Saturday at the week.
knew him, and his death was depior«*d by the
trip to Lake ar.d Klamath counties.
w’hole community. He was prominent in the
whom he had not met for 40 wars.
D. P. Barnes and bis interesting «laugh-
caused by lhe death ut C. B. Golder.
Lee.is, editor of the Ashland orth rof odd Fellows ami was Noble Gram! of
A. Martin and wife uf Ashland went
ler. Miss Frankie, were our guests the day
Ppize Baking-powder—glassware and
W. 11. Park* r took the train for San “Tidings," was in Jacksonville last .Satur Jarksonvilk* Ixsig«* No. 10, which to-day tak»*s
Bishop Morris of Hi? Episcopal church,
north un Wednesday.
they spent at Glendale.
charge <d t In* remains to inter them with th«*
ha.-> made appointments fur southern Ore crockery prizes on exhibition in show win- Francisco this morning, to continue his day.
impressive rites of the order. The iminedi**
1 he Glendale district school i» prosper
Runnells new hardware stole is going up gon as follows; A»h ami and Medford,
ate cause of hisd<*ath was hemorrhage follow
ing under the excellent management ol at Gold Hill this week.
Aug. 2.5th; Giant’s Pass, Aug. 26th.
visiting at tbe residence of A. Betz on Rogue ing an attack of typiiomalurial fever.
Miss l-ou.sa Crockett.
«lozeu iv«»ry iian ilc-1 knives, ami a >5 « arv-
Mr. Brandie uf Alnina made our town a
Tho assess »r and his deputies are busy H»g set. Only <10 cents per can iur tbe bak this morning with lhe young folks on their river.
Janies Norton and Bert Melvin spent visit during ti e week.
this week making up the a>sessment roll ing powder. A prize with every can.
way to Sdti Jcse.
Hon. Finlay Watson an I family arrived
Sunday at Grant's Pas«. They weregreat-
Sam Lowenstein of the Oregon Furniture in Jacksonville* last S-tturday for a summer
G in ». Javk.-on was in town on Friday last of the county to be >uhmittvd tithe board
ty missed from Sabbath school.
of equalization on th*? 2<tli instant.
Portland,spent trip in the mountains.
wi'h a load ut nne melons.
Jacksonville Murb.’e Works, carrying a full Manufacturing Company
J. I.. Martin A Co. are receiving a iar.e
the week nt Wagner’s soda springs.
A. L Renter and John Orth have re
Toe best of cheese can be found at the 8.
supply of new goods. their motto re
in arrears, an i h »p ail tno-e receiving just as good satis action to intemhng pur-
M. B. Bankin was in the valley last week, turned from quite a vi>;t to (’ »lestein, well
iiutck sites and sm.d! profits, ami they are F. Variety Store, Ja« usonviile.
them will r<"poiid at tue.r earii d cunv«.n- chafers a-» can b« had by «.rdcring at tbe purchasing nurses for the Klamath River pleasad with their trip.
doing a rushing business.
Tbe 8. F. Variety Store keeps a full line ience as it tax»« coin to run a newspaper. shops dnvet. Interview him relative Lu Iniproveiii-*nt ami Lumbering company.
Miss Air ie Cameron, of Cniontown, is
Mrs. E. Dean and daughter, Miss Eva, of of articles lor the choicest lunches.
designs and prices und give him your
Manager K >ehler of the S I*, it. R lines visiting her sister, Mrs. L L. Jacobs, in
The largest and best slock uf deeds, orders.
Ashland, honored us with a visit wtiei.
in Or«g in returned home with his family Jacksonville this week
T he C ounty S chool S i pekixtemient . v
they returned to this place. They inform
Cum m i'sm mrs C-oivig an I I'.iuil and last week from t'i»*ir tour through C ilifor-
Frank Mulkey, who has been visiting
J ackao . xville . August s.j
leg 11 blanks south of 8alrm is kept at the
ed us their trip to lt»e coast was a very quantities to suit at the T imes office.
cleik Waggoner of ihe rail:oad commis nia.
southern Oregon for the past few weeks, NOTH E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT POR
(iiorge Mason ami familv, of L «ke Creek, 1' imes office and sold at Portland rates
tin- purpose of making an examination of
sion wete at Albany last Friday taking
Mr*. F Newman has returned home to returned to Portlan I yc-ie»«iay.
all persons w in» may otf«*r th«*mselvcs as candi
Johnny Trimble of Merlin spent two were in town un Munday und called.
Tommy M K<•nzie a few duyssin«’* killtd i otes «4 the preliminary trial ol the tuen Bismar k. Dakota, after a visit with her pa
Jacob Kann, a well-kno \n bus n«*ss men dates fur teachers of th»1 sch'iois ol tins coun
days at Glendale last week, llerec.ived
rents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harris of Ash of Ariil&n I, passetl through tbe valley this ty, tli«1 County Scilo«»! 8up«*rintend» nt thereof
Fred H. Rowe of Leland was up to the Jacksonville, and will take his place among
a generous welcome from his numerous
lhe open switch some days previous, l'hey land.
will hold a 1'iihlic examination at his office in
week, en route to K amath county.
coun ty teat on business last 'lue&day
th«; foremost uf our younger nimnats in the also visited Yaquuia and Salem during the
Missis Nettie and Neva Winters, «laugh
Del Terrill mule our town a visit «luring ttie Court House at Jacksonville, on
It was with sincere sorrow that we learn
Old papers, in quantities to suit, for sale future.
ters of the well known Theodore Winters llo* past week, lie informs us that he has
W'rdiutfday, Augunt 28, 188'J,
ed of the death ut Bertha and Matilda at the T imes office at 50 cents a hundred.
lhe district meeting of tbe Southern of Washoe. Nevada, visited friends tn Ash f » Id his business interests at Ashland.
Notices have been posted by the sexton
commencing at 12«»’clock.
lle.m.i lire lovely dat'giiters ol Mr. and
Methodist Church which was r«x?entiy be d land last week.
certificate« issued under th«* ohi
G. W Moor«*, who is in charge of the old
Mrs H. V.- lleiius ol Jacksonville. We
cannot t»*- rent wed. All tea« hers holding
put under tuck jn«l k* v mdc." visitors at at Grant s Fuss, decided to build a college
W. II. Wuikerof Port’aml, junior mem Drake place in Applegate, h is a good crop law
knew them well in their tunoceiii. happy Muui'tie, was open«d to the public Aug. tend to < I >sii g ih iu and ex« lu ling slock at Jum lion city pr jvi led they could g» t a
will stum expire should not
ber of the we 1 known firn* of Braver A
childhood, and our heart goes out in boiinu- 1st
fait* amount donated by the on izens. L is Walker, has been in the va ley iutely.look of vegetables, which find a realty market neglect attending the examination.
in the future
uf August. Isb9.
less sympathy with their sorely afflicted
8cott Grillin of Tuh> will take pleasure in
the iiitm.ion ol the church to erect a bri- k
IL H. .M itchell ,
p .relit. Ul tlieir gre.il bereavement We f.e. showing strang^s town and country prop
The Currv county court lioux* lias been building that when completed will coat ing after bus Hess
C W. (’¡ark*?, formerly of Woodville, has (s)iinty School Sup« rintcndcnt
utterly potteries* to offer them consola erty.
repaired and underpinned with ie lwuo«i >l.»,0UU.
A bum h ( f keV“ was found at the ceme- returned fr«>m ( aiifo:i.ia ;«i <1 will j roliably
tion. We can only say, dear friends, we
tc»y on June ib h, aft-r the funeral <f become a permanent resident of this section
bn (•»>', anti n >w »lands square with the
are sharing vour grief, ¡he A.I Wise
road, having be vn swung rour.d to u paral
Michatl Il'in'vv. The owner «'an get th»*m again.
cull at lhe Exceisiuc livery stable ;riJa k by app ving at the post office.
Father "who iloetli all things «.11 will lies to suit, call «m Capt. Caton m Jackson lel position.
Commissioners Tayh r at <1 Rav w« re at
sunville Piymale's pri» es are «in:««* i« a
make Ins purpose known in hi* own good ville.
Win. Hanh*y is hlxiut .»g iln after his ill- the <• '»iiiitv—e it during the week <»n «»fin ial
nine llie sweet, gentle daughters, who
O. E. R«> e. oi Applegate, was in town
You will also do well to patron i • " at.«! will depart for Puget soiin«i for a business. The former was :«e. oinpanie I by
were so inexpressibly dear Io you, are Tuesday, lk-u Taylor returning home wiih in Jacks« indiv vv trr«iay. He informs us faclion
oth T 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
that great forest tires have been prevailing ize his stage line running between this vi.'it in a short time. Mi'S Adie Hanley hi« wife.
waiting with loved ones on the other shore. him.
IF>ar« I of Equalization for Jackson coun
will accompany him as far as Tacoma.
in that section, but have been subdued in place and Medford.
F. Straub»» an II’ 1» M rden oi W 1 ow ty, Sial«1 of • »r«-g.»n. w:ll < <»nv< io - at t he «»ftn-e
We shall meet them soon in the' sweet bye
Tit« r * will b? a meeting «4' the execn- Springs pr«1 i < i c tlh* I at tin* IT mfs «»filer ol th.-county ci« rk in Jacksonville on
Geo. Mathews purchased a tine span «»1
Currv county is taking great interest in some places.
t v«* l»--ar«l of tin* southern Oregon state yesterday. Mr. C. blruubc was also here
Ji sit s.
the subject of wagon road const ruction at
Munday, August 26, ISS'i,
A. A. Bashor of Gol i HiH accoinpanied young mare- troni D. i'tninger last we« k, b »ar I « f agr culture at Central Point next y«*st< r iav.
Messrs Brnmbau. h anil Look, the latter tor C. F Wall, th«* gentleman who bought Saiur<iav, August lOlh, by order of Presi
for th« purjMisr of publicly «*vauiiniiig th«1 As-
A Business Man's Dpiumii.
Mis licit:«1 Jb.Giies a »»iiipaci <1 her MissiiH'iit R««li and c .rnvting all < rrors in
L 8hideler move«! Lis family to Medford from Washington territory, on a tour up
dent lt'd-tb*. -
brother Evan t ) H.m J »-c !a>t Tues fay. for valuation, description. <piahti«*s of lands, lot*
As a wide-awake businessman, W. It last Monday, win.re they will remain tem R igue river in starch of a stock ranch dur recently. Mr. Wa i ami his family expect
visit with r< atives and friends «town or otlu r propt rl v. 8aid board wil1 continue
Parker's opinion of the eountiy through porarily.
ing the wet k.
in session tr«>m day to day until said roll has
erty about Sep! club r lodi, next.
Mate » in Idary academy in California this by the bay.
which he has been traveling recently
been duly examines!.
A complete and tirst-class line of fishing
Do you ever have pa.ns in the La k slid
witi he of interest. Mr. Parker states that
All part i«*s ini« ri-Ht«*! will take due notice
on De id Indian creek. l he cooler lt> iis11 >ou do, attend iu tbe.n now, with Lin l ist week to attend st liool in San chair in one of the 1« a«iing lutisorial parlors an«l
govern themselves a«-cordingly.
the inland Empire this year is iu b ird tacsle can always be found at the 8. F. Va springs
weather now prevailing will induce many don't wait, deliy.s are dangerous
J. M. I HILDERS,
ot Ta«*<»ma. where he will ply his vocation
straits, having had a very short gram crop.
humes before disease in th»* bud and save your health
Many sections will not raise teed and seed
If you want genuine bargains, don't fail long, h'-wever.
and doctor s h r ■», A tew doses <»f O.egon repr< s.‘titing the Pauly Jail nia iufacturing
11 >1 weather has dried up the streams, t«)call«»’ N. Fi'livr. He i* sviLng «mt, at.d
and there is a general scarcity of waler no mistake.
Th«» contemj 1 »te l ch njv in the man- K in» y iva wi 1 prwt nt bright's dis.u'«* « ampanyotSt. Lou s. Mo., has been before Kv!e, of Ashland, and 8. A. Parker, of
I’. 8.—All persons who have wholly or par
every where m that soetton, with the result
Etn i post
« tficc will not ami insure you hva.tb, Comfort ar.d hap- the ct^unly court, urging tbeaierits of Ins Keno. are at Ro.-eburg t».-d iy on timber tially settled mortgag«*s ou reconi, who have
ace men’ ol 1 l.v v Etna
to have the same canceled or sai«l
ing evil of much sickness, lie found a
learn, us H. Richard-
t »ke place, we learn
cnsiits mad«*, are rtriuested t«» att«*nd to this
s..niewtiat singular prevalence uf tvphoul book form, bandy and first clas.*, at the .-on th'- p' • si »»•nt incumbent has consented
An exchange says. California lumber
Gen. E. L. Applegate of J«)sephinecounty
v. in or<i«*r to avoid furt h«*r com
und remittent fevers everywhere, although T imas oifice.
men Law 1.■cateti two towiisbipj of timber h ib been assured the position of agent at the
to rt ia II lhe ( tli« »'.
has become interested in » tie of tho Ash- plication.
the country is usually very healthful. E<-
The Fanners an-1 Merchants Insurance
Mary Sylvia who h.ts be n id with ty- J.ttix'Ui ami Klamath colini e', wiliiin tbv Poll and dvr'.jm's the position. The general Ian I butchershops with his brother George,
lepWin the larger towns tike Spokane Fat « coinimiiy
ul Albany lose fld.OUU by the ph *id fever lor the pa't five w -« k“, at the past f< w months. Il is ilo ir intention K»
and Jos. Ra ler.
and the Sunn 1 clues, business shows tl.e
is we I qua itied for th • place.
house of a friend here is ar la*d c nv. !ts- build mills an 1 convert .he limber i:il >
J. W. Ingram. <’. C K i •> l.ih* :in I S »tt
depression u«.ia iy caused by short crops Lpokane tire
C tnmis'¡oner Chas. W. T iyi-»r. is ac- Grilln
and other re'i<lents «»f Willow
and the sam < ause lias 1 d to a considera
lumber as soon as tin y can make the m C- vompa: i--4 to Jacksonville I v his l»« lt r
Ch «s. Holb’irg of Ashland has located
•“ « r- < net w» re at the county seat Ill the (Vunty Court of th«1 Stat» oi Oregon,
ble depreciation iu real estate values. at Fort. Townsend, W. T., and is in busi charge of me case.
h ill this week
Th v w >1s«-m| th« ir litib* Sprin
G sid ¡arming laud especially is inucu ness th« re now.
tor Ja- k't ii county. Sitting in Probat«1.
Pa’rick I very of L’noiitcwn was in town
There is nothing uncertain ah r.tt Ine daughter to V.- t >ri« f< r an v\t* i.ded visit
chesp-r proportionally there thin hete. In
J A.(’o hiananl w fe >f Willow Sp ing» In th«* matt« r ot the « statcnf J«.*., s. P. Rann« y,
imes . He effects uf Chamberlain s C«» i’.Chokru and with Mr. R. 11 Brown's family in a few
Frank Smith is this week building a neat still slitters ««»nsitk rainy ir«»rn injuries re
city property the greatest boom li is been al
precinct cal!« d yesb-rda v. We are gl «4 to IN PI IL<( AN< E dcc»'a.std.
Diarrhoa Remedy, lhe tact is, it is the weeks
«H AN (iRDER OF THE
most altogether in business quarters, de stable for Mrs. DeRuboam in tbe rear uf ceived some m »uths since while handling only ¡»reparation in tbe market that can
say that they h «. e be onie ;» : in invnt resi I County ( ourt. ma«l»- Tu«-s<lay. Julj 2d, 1 **’.«,
s rabte residence property in most growing
th«* undfrsigm-d. administrator <*1 the rotate
a fractious team.
always be depended upon, and that is atr-ets Tuesday by a cow fallimr into one of dents of our valley.
town'being offered al reasonable figures
Jos. 8. P. Ratim-y. «ieccasud, will offer lor
Geo. R. Gal ant of Central Point was in
Misses Emi'v ami <’e i i Brown returned t»f
Atar«c«iit cattle *aie in Lake rountv. pleasant and safe to take. 25 ami 50 cent I B F. Dowell's water works wells in front
sale to the highest bidder on
As a result of short crops great stiingency t«»wn yesterday with ins wife and called at
rows with calves brougl»t|2 », 2 year-old' hotties fur sale at City Drug Store, Jack of Mr. Pape’s residence, the platform hav home to Eagle Po nt ir mi Ih * Dalles.after
exists in the money market in the inlan ■ th»* T imes office.
Saturday, August 10, 1886,
ing rotted out. 8be was rescued without an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
>18. and yearlings >15. 1 her«1 is little truth sonville, and Engle Bros., l’hoeirx.
country, short time loans being made al
Guerin last Monday.
At 2 o’clock I*. M.. at th«1 «*«»iirt-hon»c door
Al. Myer: ot Logan county, Illinois, who injury.
F. S Moore has accepted the position ot in the st Ties < f «attic being s.»l«i for >5 per
rales of interest varying from Ito 5 per
JackMjiivilh*, Jat ksou county, <>r«'gt»n, the
has been in Medtur«! for some months,
Judges E B and Finl‘v Watson. K. an«i in
cent, per month. The banks in that sec signal service ub.-urver for Ellensburg, now il« ad in Inal section.
R. A. Fell »ws an«l family have returned
following docribed n al pr«»p«Tty (¿«‘longing to
pa>. » tl through Jacksonville on Momiay. fr -n. t! vir old home in C«»lusa c unty.Cal., H 1). Kubli, Jim. Watson and J. Ortb.lr.. »aid
tion, much to Mr. Parker's surprise, are Called Gold Beach.
<»»tatt. t«»-w it ;
The Tolo Townsite A Milling ( «Hiipanv en rutile down the river, looking for'a l
and will p r:na:>entl\ * < a’e in this section, left for Cinnabar on Monday for a month's
Beginning al th« N'E corner of theSW quar
hot loaning money al all this s< ason. or
J. W. Sowden has been canvassing Cres offer lots f<»r >50 each <•!*» cash, balance in ran« h lutali hi . He i'd distant relative ut i Mr I'. f'»»id his iiii.- I farm
1 NW »imirterot section 25, township
unly to favored individuals. The drought cent
I S. K th«
tor the past week fur the Jackson numthly paynie iis »»f >5 a month. Fur OL Weaver uf Furent « reek, whom he niel ; b’n’e at.d will invest
2 W ; tiu ne« running »outh 240 rotis to
1« resjionsible lor a decrease uf tao-ttnuls ville city
in more property in
<'.t’z*ns from this cmiutv who have visit T>
full arrangements, « all « hi or a«l«ire»s the lur the first time iu many year.' that day.
hn<* bet w«*« n section»25 an«l JO in
iu the yield of grain from last year, fields
Rogue river vaiky,
ed Walla Wall« rvc«ntly. r« port that Ward said township ami rang«*; then« «1 west to th«1
secretary, Scott Griffin.
that then yielded 30 to 00 bu«hels now
Mrs O. G. Foot, who was in town last
Notes oi preparation for the coming fair
As will be seen by a notice in another Douglas, the insurance tnan. is the most county roau; th«*n«*e northerly along said
Fi lling part e* up the river are numerous arc bearti un every side, ihe exhibit is column, M r. Chas, j Anderson, s"tl of our prominent man in the t»»wn.
yielding but 10 to 12. Gardens are gener week, informs us that her busband's health
county road to a point due wt-st to th« pine«1 ot
an ! have pretty lair Im k we learn. The going to prove somewhat ot a surprise to old frien ! Jack Anderson of Eden pre-
ally good, however, and some tine fruit was is again precarious.
(’ounty Treasurer Moore yesterd «y re beginning; thence «Mst t«» th«* place ot begin
« amp ground at the (’»»I. Johnson i lace be- ■die uninitiated wno suppose that there is - ¡net. wasniarriid last Sunday to Miss ceived a check from Salem lor >5sl3 G», be ning : «‘ontaitiing 15t» acre» more or less, sit-
raised this year. Tue latter 1« high in price,
uattsi in Jackx>n county. Oregon.
The Withams cannery at Oysterville on 1 »w the mouth uf Trail cicrk is a favorite
however, peaches frequently retailing a*
no blooded ato< k in this section uf country. E wma Crane, daughter of Mrs. Nancy ing the amount of Jackson county’s pr» - ! Terms ot sal«—tine-halt cash in hand; the
ingh as four fora quarter. To sum up, the Ya<iuina river burned last Saturday. resort fur fist ing partie'.
balance hi six month», to be secured by mort
Mr. Parker think» that Jackson county is L >ss, about flojJUU.
Win. Miller and Evan Reames returned tiun iroin «»ne emJ uf tn«* county tu lhe
Clues. Vincent has recentIv cmnpiet«*«! a
The rai'road e hui anv w i put in >tock- gage on th»- ¡»remises.BEN J. HAYMOND.
superior as a bxatiuu 1 r a man wnb
We ne d money, and those indebted to to-day to Sm Jose to attend the Pnivrr- otb« r ami a striking display w ill doubtless n *at resilience on th«* ol I StiJham t|l^im, vard' at‘Central Point dep »t for the nr
A'lminiMrator of said estate.
moderate capital to any section that he the T imes otii» e should n jt neglect to settle Mlv ul the Pacific «luring ih** coming scho be hud.
on R«»cue river and last Friday nt* hl held comm«»daiion <»f the district fair to n«* h« kl
Dated this 3d day of July . IKK*.
vt-Red. whue irotu a climatic standpoint it without further deLay.
lastic year. The two yourg meh are a
Dr. Joseph Cross B it died at tbe asylum a s•»< i.«l party, in lhe nature <M n house during the la“t week in .September.
is far superior. Th; beat in tbe inland,Em
for the insane at 8ulem last week. De warming, at which the neighboringhdsand
The .w heat crop in the Butte creek coun credit to Southern Oregon.
W. H, Parker returned la.-t Monday from
pire lias been excessive, tor several weeks
Nine attachments were levied on the ceased was admitted to that institution on lassies highly « njoyed themselves.
a tour <»f inspection of the northwest cities,
tli th iin .meter tanging from I'M»" to 105* try luriu-d utl much better thau was antici
June l‘J n, 1879, and bad beeu there cun
he found many booming places, but
tn tbe shade.
«luting tbe week, four b» u g i"U«d from linu.illy up l«» die time < f his death. Hv n »w owner of tho trotting horse “Oliver no such climate as ja ’k» »n county.
BY THOMAS SAVAGE.
tn»* circuit c urt an I five ii mn the jusli« e’s
A Mystery Solved.
I wist, ’ raised by C. W. Kahler of this
Geo. Bloomer an ’ Geo. Neuber accom
team which he drove into Jacksonville last court ut A'hi n I precinct.
M. Beil, Uetta>«d, well hm>wn t_> ad ulti place, intends shipping him to lhe Willam
Invaluable Book Publinhed in IP »th
Daniel Neathanier at.d Richard Oden week, a few days since.
pioneers. Dr. Bell lurmvr y l.Vcd ¡nJadk ette vallrv, where be will | robably be
while bun ling bets Sunday in a canyon in
Car<lw» l! visited J o-ks >n's ranch on Rogue
Spanish and Fnclieb. Separate
Hud i n i s ii George, ae<«mipani«<1 sun ville
trained. He is a very promising animal.
A few m »re ot those nice straw bats are 8. P. B. D Hiill
the rear «»I L uis 8e«pher's place on
river on a picnicking trip 1 i>t Sunday
oil his r« turn to Flounce Rock
creek, found the remains uf abumun laxly, left .»t the 8 F. Variety Store, and they ia'l wtrK with thu intentio i of «amping
As wc under tan I, the work of a n »rm.il
No in«*<L( inc in the world is in better re
Samuel Carkhuff. who has be- n down in
A liatiil-lto.ik «>! g«-n«-ral information and
tbe »Me.etun teing intact, with the ex« rp- will be closed out at cost.
in the Lciiy pat« h» > at ii>»* h«1 id of Rogue
(?alif«»rida for sometime, h «.- returned to
’ss ini» r« i»ur.-'C lit« rally rrainin«-«] with
edm ate t* a« hets, out us adv.im<*dtnethuds *ar.'.«par Ila As a safe and < e* tain r» medy his Apple ate ran Ii. ami c.i''e I <-n the buMio
Don of the ?kuil, which had ru le I so ne
useful infonii:«ti«>n. Matter «sjual to tliree or
Blackleg aiuuiig the calves is again riv« r f* r the n x tw • w* ck-.
¡1 n < a a.iy tb-w it h ■ gu .i HtMid the troubling
ol instruction make it the best place 1 r f »i all manner of bb><ni disorder**, leading T imes while in town last Tuesday.
dinary Hv«i v»»ls. c«»nd«in!*ed into une vol! Will
st«xkinen in in tbe Dead Indian
The nobbiest and latest styles of bats, wtrj p« *sm to prucure a good, practical physicians and druggists everywhere
irmaina was ¡ound a Marlin repeating r.ffe
pay for itself tuenty tiinea over «‘very y«*ar!
J. Nunan arri.edin town from the D«a i
The growu«l «-ovei'ed by the work iw Mexico.
shirts, neckties, coda's, cuffs, scarf pins, «ducanoli. It yon wish to know more recommend it in ¡-reference to any other.
ami nuincr« us ai tb its knuwu to have been country to some extent.
and South Aineriea an»! the I’nitiri
in the poascMsion of Brooklyn T. Shipley at
The Salvation Army has arrived at Ash- collar-buttons, etc., in southern Oregon about H, it woui-i be we.I t ) send to lhe
H. W. Chipley < f Sam's valley was in
Among th«1 thousand t«»pi<*« treated
the tune ut hit mysterious disappearance Ian I and (or the past week have been giv can always be found at the 8. F Variety btate Normal at Moumuuib, lur a cala- town this nu.rning to obtain a casket in night, having come in on horseb.iek to look Slates.
after business niatt»Ts for a few days, lie
8tore. ( ail an«! see lor yourselves.
iroin bis tatUer’s residence in 8am s Valley, ing tHeir exhibitions «lady.
I • guc.
Govei nn-nts, I>aws. 8«H iety, Mine“. Rout«*» ot
whi* h t*> inter the iminin' of his ><.n, t«und returned to the camp to-day.
< n August J>, 18M8. It will be remvnibervd
in the rnoui ta:rs hist Sunday. He positive
8 ho »1 8uperin’en«b*nt Mitchell gives i <>
Wm. Moure, Geo. Lin:’, Jim Linn, G. G-
(’ (’. R'lgsdale of To'o c 11 *d n T .»-s lav Banking, Postal and Custom Hmi“«1 matter“,
tUut he left holm* un that «lay at daybreak,
t.ce that he will bolt! lhe regular quart* r \ I betn ail »vvt d iu get into very baa cuinit- ly id»ntifi(«l tl.»m a' the r< ni rii.s <-f the !ast
Etc. The in
acv«>iupamed t>y his httie black an l-taii
examination of .ipplican:» lor teact.cr-»’ loi’, worse than ever was bviuie kn »wn. m is rings« n, as did also a hro'her and sister to-day to rejoin his familv, who have b;-« n formation is all fresh, and much of it never
dog which returned alone on the third from Cinnabar last Saturday.
certificates on th«* iast Wednesday in Au a ul our trans-Cascade ««»ntems. udvise of lhe y oung man.
there’sometime, and w 11 remain at tint
«luy . Despite the must uiligtiu search no
They still have use for s mie kinds of bar
t copie tu l -ain to swear before starling on
It is reported that the summer run of
AOCUTQ U/AIITtn Throughout all the
further trace of the iniaamg man was ever ometers in this section; ftiey are a good gust. 8ee advertisement *:'st where.
a trip over lhe road. Ti e hurl Klamath salmon in lower Rogue liver this year is noted resort for some Weeks longer.
AuLnlu WAR I LU countries covered bj
had until the discovery u» the remains last thing to rake altitudes with.
Dr. J. H B‘uni-tt of Mt hi.-an ha< been 1*1.-work. Thousands ui»un thousands will be
O. Z Morgan, oi P<i.*dcy, was badly hurt road up Rogue river on thecontiaty is in the heaviest ever known, the river being
Munday. There can De no quwsti ,u but
being dragge«! by a h»*r- which lie was belier conditi« n than usual at tins season, blac k with fi»h, iiii'l th«* ( utch is so gr« at the truest of W. H IL ily ami famiiy dur sold. Ail merchants, tourists lawyers and
Semi the T imes to your friends East, or by
that the skeleton was that uf 8;iip ey, und
physicians will want it. Bankers will buy it;
leading on the 2(>th’ UF. He was uncon the later spring rains baying ¡ a* Ecd tbe that Hume's cannery with all its facilities ing the past week and in ¡d th«* T imes of also
manufacturers, offiuers ot government,
itsdtacu\try solves a mystery ami removes at any other place. It answers bettei than scious when found, and it was thought his urlate well.
fice a pleasant «all list Thursday lie military
in» n. mining men and agri«*ultura!-
a dull«! from the character ul various per-
injuries would prove fatal for some days.
G. A. Rticbman ol Yreka, will be one ot ditfi- ult to take care of the lew strays that thinks «>1 l«»ca ing in this section, being ists; also all railroad, express and insurance
- ni whi«h would i.ot eHu have been
well pleased witu the country, people at.d officers.
The 8. F. “Examiner” is tbe best paper
The Ashland city council has under con
cleared. A Coroner's jury will examine the on the coast Don’t fail to leave your sub
sideration the |»r«*j«cl to build an engine al West l'oint by Congressman DeHaven, ami get into the upper river.
matter we l*arn, but their finding has nut scriptions at the T imes oilice.
A gay party of touns's from Jacks »nvdle
hous«* ami bell tower ill the j l.iz i. The new
mo coutny next 8atdi«lay. Young of the f'jrmer «¡»¡»raisers a new board was left f«»r a t w o week’s t rip to Crater lake ve>- l»y . ariiest, active and competent workers.
Mrs. Mary Rice and daughter Miss Lil tire alarm b« ii ha' b»eu temporarily »uu- Mcmka
jh udut t this uc- k appointed by the county «(»urt, terday. c«»lii|*o-e«i of Mr* Carrie ami N na Th« d» sired territory should be s«x*ur«si iin-
m«siiatviy or a rare opport unity will be List.
lie ar«- at Albany and will visit there und ! peiul1«! under an <»ld .oak tree near lhe Laying .-btanied his education laigety a’
Om* needs no vxperivnev or capital in this
consi'tutg of John M. Nichol“, W C. Da ev Beekman and Miss Annie Breyman. th» ir
< r«»p weather bulletin No. 22. for week at Yaqtiina for several weeks.
lhe Willamette university, and'we are in .¡n i J J. Fryer, to vi« \v an«! appraise «1am- Salem euest, acc»>inp.ti:it d by Fro«. G. W. business, for if properly present«tl the work
ending Aug. 3, 1M>, shows a much mure
Th«* K aiiiutli City Mi h expect to be in ; loriucd he stands a lair snow of getting the .'gt*1' claimed ir. the oprning of th«* road on Watt. Fletcher Linn, Kasper Kubfi, Jr., s. Ils itself, and we give our ugeilta :J0 «lays’
Johr Rmlgers, of Table Rock, recently
•Miisia« t »ry coiidtliuii ul ciops than was ap- located a homestea I « 11 Trail creek, and «»peratiun t>y November 1st. next. A force [ appointment ot cadet.
time in which to deliver to subscribers and
1 I r by I'lio'. and Everett Mingus.
collect before paying us. Atidress,
prebrnded siiue weeks ago.
I he grain will reride there ¡11 the iuture.
ot »io men i**' now at work rearing the super- I Derangement uf lhe liver cove s a multi M < t tm and others, l ite apj»raisers to meet
tropin the Wi latiirile valky baa been very
structure of the mill which will be ready
A Valuable Work.
Uncle Johnny Wilson, who had his leg to accommodate the machinery to arrive tU'ie of ailments. In a leases where the at the office of O. J. Willard and qualify at
K« mm I, allbough the report oi an average ul
tunctiuiis ut the liver areintetrupted «>r dis 10 o’clock on Saturday, August 24.
The enterprising publishers anti stationer»
2-t to Jo bushel ii doubtless too highly eoi- badly hurt sometime since, is able to be next week.
of 8an Franeifco, Cal., the Bancroft Company,
turbed, ami lhe bile, its constituent secro
otrd, beingba.se«! upon exceptionally large about with tbe aid uf crutches.
have just issii««i a most uni«iue work which 721 Market Street.
tn n iett circulating in the blood, some dis
yield' reported in iiiuiied areas. In eastern
will greatly facilitate biisim ss anti social
A long distance foot racer of Coos county
order will follow. Dr. liihiey's D.tn-hlion
intercourse betwe« n th«» Englisli-speakiiigund
Oregon the crop was somewhat belter than publishes a cbadenge 10 run anyone in that I special train between Reddmgan l 8issotis fonie will restore the liver t» it- natutai
E.Q Guthrie, the fireman whb was in- the
has be>n ban » d «JT and th«* engineer .»ml
Spanish-speaking countri«*» of N »rth
anti« ¡paled although there is much damaged . county ten miles for >500 aside.
dut vs ar.d promote the secretion «»i tmv, jured in th- ar- blent on th» 8 »nih« rn Pa« i- America. It contains a wonderful amount of
and shrunken wheat there, there are a'
thereby ¡»«ev« ntmg laundne, dy'jvp i.^ iic at Alb.my junction, cau-ed by an open information regarding things which every-
good many evidences of the work of
The liri ot polls ma le out by the u^sessor
biliousness and other animmt**. 8uLi by -wit h. tii**«l at St. Vim « nt > hospit al, Aug botiy wants to know about. No such book was
tbe town larmer' in the last bulletin, in shows a large increase in tbe population ot their heads.
’lth. fioin the efie ’ts of his injiuiet^ Mr. ever publisluri in any language. h'-o.:'«
E. C. Brooks.
lhe ie|«ortot yields Irum tbe different sec this «ounty during the past year.
n«‘Ce»sity. It will appear annually. i._
The hr. “hing machine ow n* d by Messrs.
«uth’ie survive i the engineer, J ack M 11 r, great
Many juung ladies ure ruining tn-ir com- t just
tions out tbe deduction that tbe crop uf the
True, Walker, Grubb A Neil, this year
injure.I man bore liti the tab!«1 of ev« ry intelligent person in North
John L. Felton, of Ashland, who lias ihroiitd but I IU bushels «»f grain in ter- pl-Xt n by ihc continued inc oi p -i'Ohuus sullrrin * \v th <■ The
ruiue .’«late will pretty neatly bean average
I Hasan entirely new method for washing
«ur.»p ■ ami fortitude, ile
is prubabiv Correct. Both the potato and
rit >ry that »a t year turned off 2 »,.<>2 bush great« r numb r ot these | reparations con wa* J» «lient ani Lo, «fol t» the last. Ills It <;ontains, b« sides thousands of commercial I tin«1 i mbroiderH's. lac«1 curtains, fringes,
muslins, Inct s who« anti black , all kinds ot
th»* hop crops have »uttered severely from fever is now convalescent, we learn.
els. Th«* shortage is own g almost entirely tain mineral poisons, that m time shriwl inAiht r an J >is(cr w< re tirvb ss in ’h ir «le- anti s<M*ia) matters, an epitome id' laws ami w«M»h
us, iadit'S* tf.iiincls ami oth« r wear
th brat and wnl be much less than the
vot.on, ami rem «inc I in constant attend* governments, routes of int«*r-<*ommunication, ing apparel;
Siskiyou county wi I build a new county to the drought.
also gent’s dot lies clean«*«! and re
tariffs an«! customs eit-aranr«*», pt »st a I regula
uv-1age. Tue drought in Vregon has now hospital to cost >1,711. the contract having
am «.* at the he«iside ot th** si* k num until tions.
on short n«»t ice. Lace curtain clean
cuni mued about su uu) s, an«i there was no been let last week to F. C. Reeks.
Prives low and satisfaction
mining matters. There are over «¡no page»,
skin. p mple**, or I lotciu s «»1 anv kind on i.uiu j an.I. Lui a gieat beautiiivr, mas
rainlali du«¡ng the weva except about tbe
and «‘aeii page contains matter equal to ula>ut guaranty«*«!.
mouth ul the Colui^Lia river.
The rush for timber land in Tillamook the ta* e or other parts of the holy, apply iiiuc.t a- i rcm*<v»’s all biem.shes troni the
t lire«- pages of an ordinary bt»ok. See imver-
Cimice Acre Tract«.
It work' like ma de 'hin, msiviid ol «overing tmn.. It cure-
Last week’s 'Head Dillard’s s8pv«ili’
tUement in another column for agt nts, to
an I i' warranted by the druggist. S >id t y ch »pp. «1 hands with one .ipi»l;«,atiQii. .Sold
whom very liberal terms are offered.
light’ ha«i lOU timber lend notices.
ny j1^. C. Brook.',
lo Ambuli I Lave alrtady been soli and
<’.»'I« ria is Dr. Samuel l’it« Lei’s pre-
Prof, Sweet will start for Coos Bay on the
GIVEN MV SON. FRANK
«hr iu •‘tiruirfui.”
>• ripti n n r infants and ehiklr« n It < <»n- ¡O'.h, 10 lecture bt lore the teacher's insti
J T »Iman ’’inl chd I and Miss
I Hammond, his time, to do his own busi
t «U.S u< thrr upium, muff h ue, nor «>»b< r tute at Bandon, says the “Tid ngs.”
Dora Aniei sun, ot Ashland, expert toile Cambridge city, Ini , says oi Chamber is > tuated in one of the b'l fruit i.cds, in
“I'avt-tl Ihr life »»f my little girl by a ness ami to liold property in his own name,
na ♦ t « >• bsiuU'v. li K a i.armless suL-
part for K - liac to join Mr. loltna’i there, ium s < uh. , Cno « ia ;»n I Diarrho a Reme a L ai’.liul ani pleasant location, and prompt use of Dr A< k» i ’- English Rcinedy from and after this date.
Dm ing last sum- thus** wi-hing to s.M’ure a good piece of for ( «»nsumption.' --Mr-» Win. V Harri-
Parties desiring to build in T«>L» tl..s about the P> h <»f s*'1 pieitiber n* XI
Mr T. dy ? li noi, bei e it i-i ;
.-iiiutv 1 r patvK’.ric, dr p-, auothing
iup?, uml ca-toruil. it is ph asmi 1. its spring w;|l be furnished lumber, brick and ! is m Lov« i nmvnt employ in Alaska in M tx it.c. i was troub.cd very much with s« v« re Limi j'.Ht outsi'h* th < ily limits at re.i’ona-
spikenard. July 15. lKbi>.
For suit* by E
guarantee is thirty years' use by millions building material at the lowest price.
Fra« ht s « tli «•.
.miu«*d by a fnvnl to try ibis Remedy. M. L. M«('all at once. [Tiding..
ul mothers. Cusiuria destr«»y worms and
It would be a rank sham«* if the govern-
Notwithstanding that there is consid«*ra-
FARMS FOR SAXE
allays Jeverisbnes». Castoria prevents ble sickness in southern Oregon at present, meritabandomi F« it K au atl« ami exp« sts 1 tuck une dose, as ¡»«r directions, amt it
me almost ¡n-tant rebel. I chevr-
vomiting sour curd, cures <liarrb«vi and health is r» «»i in the Butte < rr k section.
our | c«»plet * the (t:.«l r mc < ¡es of several imiy recunnnehd
r OFFER FOR SALE ON HEABONABLKt.rms
Castoria r» hevea u* thing
hundred redskins. Why not nbindon
<'«»ugh in the* morning, hurried or
JLone of tbe best Stock «»r Dairy Farms iu South
ir ubles, cures coiistipaiiun and il.it.demy.
The county commi-si« tiers’ < <>urtis in <’ tiup Bnlwell, t a!., w! ere no nuch great and .10 cent boil.e- lor sale at City Drug cult breathing, raising phlegm, tightness
ern Oregon,situated on D«*er Creek, Joeephine
>lorv, Jacks.mvi.lv, and Engie l'ros., 1'hue- in the chest, quickened pulse, ch'iliness in
Castana a>omdatts the luud, regulates th»* sc*> «»n this '.v«ek. Full proceedings wdl danger « x 'la ?
County, cuntaiumg 82hacres of rich lx»tton> land
»tomaihand bowel», giving healiby and appear in the next issue 01 the “Times.”
espt'ciuilj adapted to th«« growth <»f timo<li> Lay
the evening or sweats al night, nil or any
Franci-G. N« wl..mis, son-in-law of the
and clover. About one-half is cleared ai d in
liaiural sleep. Cantoria is the cbiiurtii s
John May sol 1 out his residence proper of these things are the first stages of con
cultivation, and nu>»t of clu* balancecan be easily
The Lver ami kidneys must be kept in lat»’ Wm. 8hart)n, .»-pent a «lay or two in ty in Ashland last 8aturday tu James H sumption
panacea—the luuthtr's friend.
Dr. Acker's English remedy
c.<*ar««i. There is a »tr»M»m of water running
good con<hti«»n. Hood's >aisapir:lla is a A'lil.iml list week with his law partner, Gay, iroin Iowa, a bruthcr-in-law «»! mr.ir for consumption will «tire these fearful
through the place the y««ar round, affording plenty
Gan mid. On 8unday Mrs. Muy ani th«* symptoms, and is sold under a positive
of wftfr f»»i stock anti some for irrigating. The
for a trip • ut through Koimath, Lake and chiidicn departed lor b|M»kan»* f alls with guarantee by E. C. Brooks.
place is all incluaad by a good rail fen«*e. Phen*
The j robtem of securing un effective
A few copies of the American Settlers Modoc «‘«»unties.
is a house .«nd barn an«) 2up younu fruit tree» <»n
ih" intenti-m « f form ng a p irin» r hip with
wi«.d mil at a luht cost has apparent y Guide, stami.ird authority on all land
place. It also hau th«* beat outside range in
Ut n m » iv «*I bv the introduction of the matters, mav be found at the T imes office
Mr L»*w i>. a mining « Xpert
|’«»r I «ml,
te county; also another xceilent place contain,
len.-ivc I tigli g ai ti boaidiiig house. Mr.
‘Exteuri n Mi I” wiiirli has an automat.c
ing 121) acre«
R. L. Di.^ an < f Sam’s v «Fry «'•virih’ng an I E 8 »n <•.*-«»»» Smith. «•( <«‘!»l Hi 1 re M.»;. «xp*« .s iu j. in lh< in mere in a ft w
ar«Mi»g«•luent «f the pitman r»*d in th«* relatives at Arbuckle, Ca’., nis forme* turned t” the v.11» y « hi Sj’u’tliv after a
For full particulars call upon or address
Ip- n.«> not \ ri
pump handle that cause» il*e 2-im h >1«. k«
¡ h o-pe'ticg tell! t'tr i-.'i th«* t’lnnabar We»k'«. As we g«» to p»e
O. J. VANNG1.
had ail < c •. d
K erbyville Oregon
piv.-i» by a w.nd of ordinary vt-.«Hily to b*
r«*m»»n. T ev w«*tii «.ut by t,».* * »u hern
h n thr'.ol t • a tF-inch stroke during a high
tra I, via » «••
F. J. Smith, «i!h»r . f Un* F
uind. Tlie nu i alau bus the additi. nai
R J. Cinicro i wras in from App’egat ■
C. F ig*- :«’ d family.» f II itiois, m»w *»ti t»
to School Patrons of
1-1«, Dakota, ‘ILiati" s*ty> :
advant ige <d ratring water with the .town with a Ha t <>f tine p-aches last Monday. p-n
! wood« rlu« ii «• 1 erbe 1 have « v» r nivt w uh
sir«»ke «»I lhe engine
Price» ior iron »'*i.ls Fill t "H Ap| legate os » f good qual ty h
i is ( liamut ridili s « «»l.c, • hole).« and D-.-
w .tl*. t a « ntv «« n«-urved tuns, are a* to i«»w*: year.
i«»c; l h *, Liii ’o 'ii I t"«1 1 .n I .1 urn they j -iir. <«•« K» im*.ly. 1.» • i>. « f et» ir .i
N*». 1. |u‘;oot wherl. >« 5; N >
A iii-r «i.ieot iKimlhb» liehp »’vs ha* just j wete .-»I «• ■ • «>• * . tile I *•■» » ;»*y -v Ii ispvt«|y
T he ColNTY St M«H»I, Sr PEIII STEM »EXT.
(In nuui 114 trip' 1 b<.ve
wh«r»,f7.’>; No 3. R> R..4 wheel, >!»’. rur
rt m.i ;» 1" he c imt *. we I»* rn
J A« KHOXV ILI E. July 27. |SH«. ,
iriUml it i : h |' pensai, r j’ut in alkali w aler
iuithcr nar*i«*ulai» uddie*»,
Jack*«mville; als" ail Linds of iiriiing
The public is hereby notified tlint those wish
C. W . C larke .
i a» Mvl’loll I ami i’ iinj’.u 1“ a c «».«nr last«» ami pr»-v nts
A burn In
ing to- <*\( hange school text b.x»ks un«l«*r lhe
Ruck i’u«nt,Or. tackle.
totally <1-5 ;hc puiniul diaxrbwa which alkali water
law must present their old Is»«»k* and apply
es. I «-uul'i nut fe» 1 safe»without it
for th«* im w before the 1st «lay of < Ictober, 1MW.
b lver lake i-i I.>:kj e nutty has declined tr«»>e ! by tire on the morning of the 4th. prudut
in my hous»'. ' 25 am! ami 50 cent botrivs
Agents of tiie pulilishing house have I m *«* h ap
to al»>iil one half its original width and a
pointed m the different towns of the county
Th ■ A'hl »nti SliUe Normal schoo. off. r» henv.v growth of lilies is tilling the bed of of barley burn«*.I. There w is n » insurance, lor salt* at City Drug Store, Jacksonville,
ing Journal'' says: "Mrs
for at any time Every*
who n<»w have lhe n« w l»«Miks in stock and
and Engel Bi«»s , Phoenix.
lhe cause of lhe lire is unknown.
th- I i.b.ic « very advantage that is given I y the ii.se.
f. G. Kellogg. 00 East tiling Indorsed by tha
will «‘xchange on th»1 following terms: R«*ad-
nl , r.tcti-ii in.-titut. »ns of lear-ing.
us give the r.-.i.h rs of the T ime » a
06th street. lay for seven leading pharmacist«
er.s. fret ; arlthint*!ics. No. 1. on payment «if 15
w’ fe and baby h it for Idaho i A miU'itv. milira «.
<1 u n to the usual advantage - < f a g •■••I
No. 2. tm payment «4 ;M)uenta.
I. ii. Ii
lays In conrulaions. She
Ie furnishe«i by th»*
For terms for • xchiinging luivunrcd text
vci.'.ol, it h»<* a mo hl training s< ho I in and ee-trril <»rcC'ni by
I iheir » wn convey- ! ' M ii!«ng < • ntpnny. to»-
ing ..n i w !iii ii ( olle, » ho c'a imii'i.u-, <|« >- employed the best medi was tried, until her cate
a to I, the >imten» trio her it reqtiired t > ame Tuesi-ny says i the Lakeview “Ex | any responsible pariy
ehleiy an i «iiarrL.ea
ih< only sa;«* wav
cal skill, bat her cam was given up as hopeless.
IL II. MtTS HM1.U
w, rn. und. r -ki Iful di e*'tn>ii. A.-.I 1 ».,<« a tinner. '
to romba* there «lis. uses i» to Keep x-m’e
baffled their beat endeav At last, reading of the
l tl hit mill a« 1 •’*<>. I*»»r
County School Superintendent.
a - h I. rhe Illiev. < Innate in the slate f.».
iella »i«* reme-y :«t hand, and all w Lu have ors. Ono physician after wonderful cures credited
or call t • he secret.;rv
This jMpvder nevi r varies. A marvel of puri
h- ..in. und < onifort. lit pure.olil ualer
uh <1 ( burnt , nain s C«die. < be lerà ami Di
another was engaged and to the use of the cele
fruit pretty well up in tbe fn 4-ldlls
fy, strength and wholes«mien« ss. More <*con-
"Big Jack.’ the brave engineer who 1 »st arrii'va Remedy wnl udiiut that it is the discharged, nntil seven brated Bt. Jacobs Oil,
fr. in ihe mountain-, iu» whin- aulphur ami the
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be
M»dii springs are a dtlight t«» the heaHli
his life at the Led; n >n switch railroad most piuiir-t, tei'.ublv und succosiul medi different doctors had she was induced to try a
sold in competition with th«1 magnitude of low
wreck, in attempting t> save »he lives of cine known ior these comp a nîs. It costs
Ue >h»>uld he* ghd to receive leys this y<ar.
t<*«t, short weight, alum or phosphate powd« is.
tried to cure or help her bottle ae a last ho|-a.
“indents Iroin all ¡arts ot th»* state. A-»k
We barn that Mr. Hathaway, • living on tLe pa"« tigers on h s tram, was a member but 25 or .'»<) cents, und mav m* the means and tailed. Bho spent She began to improv a
Sold only in cans. Roval Baking Powder Co.,
10U Wall tH., N. Y.
v mr senator or representative for a tree lower At-pefi el stbi. hayitack and M»me of the A. O. I . Wk. from which «»rd**.- his uf raving you or your lami y much suffer
four weeks at a Health from the time the firs*
\ AND AFTER ACGI ST 1. !W. the _
ing, if not life itself, bef'ir** the summer is
s- h->! «rship, r a«l Ircss,
in lhe improvements *»li his ranch by lire a fami y wi I rcc«ivr t it >u«n oi >2’Rju.
Lift, but her case re opplicatiou was made.
Cloud House will «Mablffch
J. 8. 8WEKT, A. M. F:e*:«!enf,
.»ver. lor sa»v at < ry D.ug More, Jack-
lew days ago.
rat< s i r boanl an»! lodging:
mained a problem which By the continued use of
Ash'uit I. <*r
Could not be solved. Her this »real Remedy. Mrs
I lie ia<iie> shmil I not f -rget that the i m st ni.'i«*’. 'Ii-1 i»tit>. ie :«n g** in some of suiivil r, and Engl«* i'rl’h«»tn x.
body was In a paralyzed Kellogg has completely
greatest bargains in f.istimn tble ifidiim ry the b« 't'■tock s • it'ns i me county, in
8eds, single night *
- SO Cents.
CUMN’S IMPROVED LIVER PILLS
"an now In-obtained at Mrs. Erim's b iz.-, »r the Al-.-adow» ii»»* lire wttuh tar ltd sotnc
I Car« DR.
Sick-Headache. ky corrtcfinfl the Stomach, Bow Board, per month ... S2O.OO.
Bishop M irris, < f the E, i*c . i d’oet *1
I lie fol wing is a list >f gtani j ir«.r-« in J.icksouv-lle.
weeks a «» at ;h- be
8»:«.’» s creek
els. Liver and Kidntts; heauiify fM complexion by pu- Board and Lodging, per month,$25.
drawn »or the August Irriu ot th«* < tn uH
N«> «1« viation wifi be mad«* from th«* above
rttyingtheMooth mild in their action, pleasant to take,
be n ea'i.ig st H “ way lo
the high of Oiegon wi 1 hold wsei vices at Loth As'- rrs cutis are without relapse , without
J C. M. t ul y has ' kept cases'1, un Hie has
RETURN OP PAIN
Jami and Mt diurd on Sunday. August 2'iti1,
____ _ ____
____ ’* ••«•utHy:
___ J c.
_ 1 .»( Evans cnek ever
« ., etirt
„<»d never gripe or sicken. One for a dnse. 25 cts. a rates.
< . W. SAVAGE.
box. Drug and General Stores or by Mil. Samples fret,
Iwii (•» « hi n ; L. N Hrowrr.it*^. H. H Spar- 1^1». caught since tie tirsf went vul about 3::;re.
uv (tu> ing mntii timber and clean
Sold I y Dru't'ii^s and ltralrrs 1‘i rrynkfrf.
Murray, John Hall, J. »8. Dtuvv»
ing out the biuwse and undergrowth.
Vu CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. B»ltHnr|. IM-
two months age,
< has. J«>hn»uii.
Oc ¿‘iiuocvuiu ¿imci.
MERE AND THERE.
AN APPEAL TO REASON.
This is the point:
Can an establishment whose chief characteristic
is its rigid adherance to methods of business which
insure protection and equality of treatment to all
customers, afford to deviate from its principles
under any circumstances or in any case ?
We submit that it cannot.
It is the reasonableness of the above guarantee
which perhaps, more than anything else, has
served to bring us the largest general retail trade
on the coast. People know that they can write to
us for whatever they want, and get the same goods
and prices as ij in Sacramento to buy for them
Wc carry nearly a hundred distinct lines of
goods, including Wearing Apparel of every de
scription, for both sexes and all ages, Household
Supplies, Notions, etc.
Illustrated Catalogue and Samples sent free to
Out-of-town residents can save, over and above
all costs, from io to 25 / in dealing with us. Our
goods are of the most desirable character, being
bright, stylish, and of high quality.
WEINSTOCK, LUBIN & CO
400, 402, 404, 400, 408, 410 K Street
THE SPAM-AMEim MAM AL,
FROM $5 TO $20 A DAY
THE NEW FRENCH
aving determined to close out my business in
Ashland, 1 am offering all lines of goals 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 out 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, ull at cost. From 50 cents up
MEN'S WOOLEN PANTS at cost. From $2.00 up
MEN'S BEST GRADE OVERALLS at cost.
Cal. MENS' FANCY NECKWEAR, all at cost
TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS below Cost. Escort, 3 Pugs
LU ND RY. for $1.00; Climax. 3 Plugs for $1.00, and all other grades
THE JOHNSTOWN HORROR
A < -»inplctc and thi-illina account of tlic aw
ful rt» e »<!> Mtid tt>«*ii appalling ruin, c«»ntaining
a graphic (j«*tk*t*ii><i«»ii <»f the terrible r«i»»h <»l
water, th«* great deatruetion of hou«*«*a, facto-
rie»*, church«*«*, towns and
Thousands of Human Lives
Heart-rendering seen«« of agony, disruption
of tmuillcH. Hcparui j «» ii of loved on«*. panic-
sti K-k« ii multitude» and tli« ir (rant l<-effort« to
«•«»rape ii horrible fate, together with thrilling
tahw <>t h<*r«»ic
imrniw ewcap«*s from th«*
pain«* of death; frightful havoc by tire; dread
ful sufferings of survivors; robbing the rlc-
tiins. No such picture of horr«»ra was ever I m *-
f«»r«* witmsAsed —in«*ti, women ami children by
thousands wire swept into eternity without a
R eme S äain
Ony 55 cents
Acute Torture Cured
Fully lilustrated with Vivid bcewra of (hr
<»real < alaiuliy.
EVERYBODY WANTS THIS B<M»K
▲ Bonanza for Agent*.
Sink*' while th«1 Iron 1» hot! This i» the only
liable ami most authentic edition publish«*«].
Nearly WMi pages. Agents are s< lling from ten
to nt t v <*opi«w a «lay ami coining money. Act
«piickJy an«! semi for terms an<i <*irculna
Ire«*, «»r. to s«*cure it instantly. s< nd AO trail
for complete oanvassing outfit and name
choi«1«* of t«rritory. Add res*
THE HISTORY COMPANY,
«¿3 Market Street.
ha» Fraacheo, Cal.
HAVE YOU GOT PILES
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.