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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1889)
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11EKK AND TIIEBE.
A Wondcrfiil Record.
The week has been a busy one at the
CENTRAL POINT POINTERS.
Prepared bv a «ombination, proportion
and process pec-i’itr to i’self flood's Sar Elk creek bridge site, the contractor W. C.
Five thousand pounds of nice lard i >r
Tay tbe printer.
saparilla accompli s lies cures hitherto un
J. W. Wylie of Phoenix cal led on us last
Nine new buildings going up in town.
sale, as good as can be bad in the vsl'ey,
ing the timbers, already on tbe ground. 3 iturday.
Sanshine after smoke.
at T. J, Kenney's.
ThftJ)ridge will be ready for crossing in a
Read the new advertisements.
Evan Ream 's returned from San Jose few weeks, the frame being already in po
AVGV8T 2», 1st®.
C. K. Frank of Medford called last Hatur- last Friday.
u- incss i; nov.’: > great that if located
last week, having determined to attend the sition.
•See the district fair advertisement.
day on burines
School Book» Exchanged
G. F. Herslibarger was in Jacksonvi le
Fishing tackle at lhe 8. F Variety Store. Bute University at Eugene the coaling I W. W Bretherton. taxandt l tim a*, ent
New Yi-rk. Clr’- ag«» cr Phi'a«:e!pl;ia,
At the City Drug Store. Readers exchang
W. M. (')lv'it relu ».cd io . a t ip u> last Thursday.
Important Manufaetnrim Enteryrite.
of the 8. P. lin^s in Oregon, hus been in Roseburg last Thursday.
ed free. For further particulars apply at
ailov.i’!g !« r the difk rct.ee in popu
J. 8. Mowrer is now sole proprietor of drug store before October 1st, next.
In cotopatnr with J. 8 Howatd ut Med Util.
ThoM. E. Church co ifenn 'c was begun Juan lor several «I'ys endeavoring t«> se-
Tbo*. P. Kahler of Desk'ns was in town the new planing mill at this p'ace.
ford and t.. t.. barkman ot Jacksonville a
at Portland yes’erdny, but appointments < ure a reduction of the railroad a»s«’s*ment
l>e from three to live
Straw hah at cost at the 8. F. Variety for the eribUing year have not yet been I especially on rolling st«x*k, much of which, last Friday and Saturday.
Tint* rrpreaantaUre inspected the new
* made public.
largest stores i’i those
j lantn« mill ai Central Point lail Monday, Store.
i it is alleged Is greatly depreciated in value
Jas Elliott returned during the week the fair grounds and others are exjiccted
Those wishing pool or booth privileges
! bv long usage.
and all »xpreiatd astonishiuent at the ex
"• K. Price ui Tolu was iu town last
from his trip to tbe Columbia country.
:’pproach«.d by 11»
should apply to Robt. A. Miller, secretary,
tent »nd variety o( the equipment and Thursday.
being rapidly complete 1 and every freight ; Sufferers from indigestion, loss of appe
B. S Aiken of Red Blanket visited the
plant of machinery
All of the later mod
Jas. H. Gay and family moved down to Jacksonville Oregon without delay.
uut by any in
J K Evan, ui Medford ralltd uu ua this train at Manistee delivers lumber for lhe tisin or neuralgia, would do well to give county scat last Thursday on business.
el» of wood-working mai-tunary, front the
to Central Point from Ashland during tbe
ordinary planer, through lha various line, mortuug.
I Ayer’s Sarsaparilla a trial. For all such
D. WheUtone expects to purchase prop
of mortiainc, tenoning, moulding and
Ben. B Beekman an! Frank Hu O’er re [disorders, mi medicine is so effective as erty and move to Ashland in a short time.
A. .1. Hamlin of Phoenix railed on us turned from their trip to the coast yester I this, when faithfully and ¡»erseveringly
J acksen’s shipments of watermelons eon - has just been received at the T imes office,
saab and door machinery, including match I
er», edgers, dado cutterr, ornamental picket last Monday.
Judge Finlay Watson went to Portland tinue at tbe rate of two or three carloads which will be sold in quantities to suit at
day morning greatly benefitted in health ( u-ed.
rhaven, and lathe» o( various descriptions
Frink Tow.ie uf 1 hocui* was in town and spirits.
Tii«« »etllers in Warner valley are sub last Sunday, after bis return from Cinna
which, when in fud operation, will giveem- last Thuisday.
Wm. Hanley left Central Point on Sun
The southern Oregon slate hoar*! of agri scribing to a fund to eg tin semi J. L. Mor
ployment to many men. Through the cour
Mrs. Judge Webster returned last Sunday day’s evening train for Portland and the
Griffis' saw-mill is now operating in culture will p ace a limite I amount • f ad row t«> Wasbingti n, to represent them in
AS TO ‘SV-’S T’l^RITY OF OUR GOOD!’.
tesy ot Dr. Whitney, and of the foreman
vertisiug with all ths papers of the district. their lund interest before the interior de- evening from a month’s vidil to > Colestein
the practical workings of the picket ma- dam's va'l«y.
There will be no ser rices next Sunday at
Catalogue . v.h. h e tend free to any address)
the Catholic church in Jacksonville.during
chine were shown, and it waa the unani
E. W. t'srrer of Phœnix called on us
be abseut »evvral weeks, says the Lakeview
mous opinion of those prrsent that that this morning.
is <»’ie . ..» .". .\ glance through its j ages,
Frank Lnngell departed for Klamath piiticipalship of Prof. E. E. Smith open the absence of Father Noel at Colestein.
I his seems to be a g*»o 1 year for bolding “Examiner.”
The regular appointment- for holding ser
machine alone should pay interest on the
county lapt Saturday, but may return to next Monday
fairs, all the county and district organiza
Those wh > have so reckles.sly burned off Jacksonville boon.
that we are haudliugthe goods t-f thc best
The Widamette valley had refreshing tion* in California so far reporting success
investment, it kept constantly at work, as
News has been received that there wdl
the mountain side? this summer -hould
sion will be given in our next issue.
the most ornamental pickets conceivable »boaers last week.
i.i tl. s country and Europe, 1-or
take iiee<l t i the hereafter, for the United
Mr* Albert Walker of Klamath county be seven horses at the district fuir from
can be turned out at lhe rate ot 20 per min-
New gools received by every train al
The ladies >l»oul! no» forget that tbe 8tates ofti ’ials are out looking up testimo visi’ed the family of L. Wirt of Woodville Curry county alone.
*?T one ma" operating tho machine.
we are ageuts. It pav: tbe
llesnies ,k White's.
greatest bargains in fashionable millinery ny to visit the wra’h of tbe federul govern <luring the week
Mr. Morse of Eddings A Mor«e o» Ash
Mr. Simmons, the foreman, was engaged iu
The southern Oregon fruitgrowers’ an
to give us the prefer 2Î1CC
superintending the order for the wo-nt-
The Ash and p iblic schools open for the
Gen. T. G. Rea ues expect* to attend the land, was in town last Saturday, seeming nual fruit exhibit will be held at the fair
work, cornices and moulding» ot the new term next Monday.
grounds near Central Point, on Monday,
triennial conclave of Knights Templar at space fur a booth at the fair grounds.
outlet for their r
Dudley Ewan of Engle Point was in town Washington city next October
burins»» block of Kertb A Miller, tbs plans
James Hamilton, district attorney for
Applications tor space for adr< rtis’ng ex September 23, lSHft. Members of tbe asso
Glass and crockery baking powder prize
beautiful illu: rutiors
of which were exhibited, giving assurance
th»* judicial circ uit north of tlrs has beep nounces his intention uf beginning work
N. A. Jacobs, of the Ashland “Record,” hibits and for location* for booths are be samples of fruit, vegetables, bepriea and
of a highly ornamental front and couven- ware, at Jackson's.
for some tone at Colestein soda springs | on
in that otb 1er ir.iporl-
was in town lust Saturday iu the intercut of
tently arranged interior. In common with
other like products of ttie district tor exhi
Cost and freight is all Fisher wants. with his wife.
the district board.
Mr. McDonald, has finished tlie dwelling his paper, and called on the T imer .
all wood workers, Mr Simmons was loud His goods must go.
bition. This display is to be taken to the
second to none in
F. B. Inlow-elsewhere in the T imes ad now I m ing erect» d for Evelyn btory on the
Rippey s “l’erclieron” sprinter is being North Pacific Industrial fair at Portland
in bis uraiae of tne “working qualitie.” of
Mr»-». Grace Gillingham, who has been worked at lhe track daily. His despised for exhibition and it is to be hoped enough
The la*»t cider vinegar for sale cheap at vertises a halt interest in a paying mercan Booihby ranch
our one sugar-pine lumber, especially
tile business for sale. It is a good invest
that irom tbe head of Rogue river, where 8. F. Variety Store
For tlie best turnouts for all occasions Uniting in Ashland lor a month past, re 1’ne.ige doesn’t prevent him from “getting will be furnished fur a separate display lor
the state immigration board. Members of
there, just lhe same.”
the noble pine shoots heavenward from the
call at the Excelsior livery stable in Jack
John M P«, of P.ioenix, called on the
flic horticultural and fruit associations
Plymale’s prices are quite rea day.
puiuiuicetoruiation to a height ot hundreds TtNkS last Thursday.
Thos. Martin of Trail creek is in town sonville
of feet, “unshaken by winds fur centu-
Hon. E. B. Watson and family will ie- town tu gibe, “remain to praise,” like the throughout tlie northwest are earnestly in
an i reports having ki*l«<l a large p inther sonable and he never fails in giving satis
vited to I*- present. The exercises begin
You will also do well to patron turn to Portland
ties.” Tbe services of J. W. Shepard, an
lleub. Johnson of upper Rogue river was a lew clays ago, unfurtunatciy shooting hi* faction
next week, , . after
scoffer, who usually brings ning at 10 o’clock »
, will consist of ad
ize ins stage line running between this snrnnier outing ut Jacksonville and in the camp-meeting
experienced lumberman, have been secured in town Tuesday la«t.
dog at the Fame time.
up on the mourner s bench.
by lion. Geo. W. Riddle, president
aa »diettor, and the product of tue mill
Eirthern jar«, jugs, etc., of all «izes at
E. (•* Hur'<'b, the former editor of the
Trade at the Point has been good all of the Douglas county fruitgrowers associa
will doubtless soon be in demand from every
“Sotneye irs ago Ayfr el’nerry Pectoral
Roseburg • Plaindealer,” h i- I ren appoint «•ured me of asthma after th»* best, medical
Mr. and Mr*. D. Bloomer, of Gold Hill, auromer and prospects are fair for a large tion, President B L. Arnold and Prof. E.
side, lhe constructiim ot a lsr^e wing u, tbeS. F. Variety More.
the present building, designed for a »ash
The work o( digging lhe wells deep.-r in ed “pecial pension t xamincr at a salary of skbi had failed to give me relief. A few are al the McAllister soda springs on Butts fall and winter custom. Residents of every R. f.-ike of the state agricultural college,
ami oilier» Everyb ily is Invited to bring
$1400 and ex* ensc.«.
aud door workshop, is proceeding rapidly, this vicinity continues.
weeks since, being again troti* led with creek. Joel Stover an I M bs Emma Fitz section are seen on our streets daily.
a l>:: sket ami participate in an old fashioned
being now about roofed tn, and the pros
the disease, I was promptly relieve«! by gerald accompanied them.
Will. Jac-iby ami A. A. Bashor oi Gold
basket dinner. No charges for admission
pects are that the coming winter will wit
has u government contra* t I’ r surveying a the s<me remedy- F. 8. Hassler, Editor
Postmaster Farlow of Ashland sent his Placed an order with Welc h’s null, in the to tlie grounds oti Monday. September 23,
Hill were in town yesterday.
ness busy scenes about the building.
> /« /
large tract in southern Cn:ry county and “Argus.” Table Rock, Neb.
wife and < hiij, accompanied by Mt*< Allie Meadows, for <¡0,000 feet of lumber, tobe lash. Everybody invited.
New stuck of ladies and g>-nt's fine shoes began work last week.
J. J. Houck of (¡old Hill is organizing a Farlow, to the Dead Indian springs last furnished before the rainy season sets in.
G. P. and C. C. Rallrewd.
just in at Kearnes Jt Whites.
silver cornet band at that place, and will week, for a summer vacation
ll-OIXItT A. M1LI.UI.
it is rumored that the directors of tlie
Numerous citize i* have appeared before probably be ready for partit ipation in the
San Francisco correspondent of the
Mount P.tt lo mu up as natural as eter
John Peebles and Coolce Patton have
the board of equalization during the contest at the fair. Peter Cbavner a few gone to Newport for a week among the fair county fair association have negotiated for
-‘Oregonian,” in a dispatch dated August when the smoke clears away.
p*st few d ivs iti the endeavor to secure a days since purchased a tine tuba from W. bel'eswhoare encamped there, says the
23d says; Superior Judge James Murphy,
lying west of tbe track and outside the en
L. Ply male of this olive, which will be ucd
The a»«essor returned the number oi
of D»I Norte county, Vai . chairman of the
Salem “Statesman" of last Friday.
L El of
in ti e new Gol i lldibmd.
committee to eonsult with the Southern polls in thf county as 1121.
Cl'MMONS-SMITH-Al Abhland. August 22,
•ids wi l be receive«! by tha mayor r
1‘a.ific ra'lroad officials in regard to a rail
Hon. JI K. Hanna left on the train Sun
k An intereslin: «-a«o is pn»n,i el in th-
Cha*. Ingan of A-diland was in town a
IKK», by Milt«»ti Berry. J. I*., S|M»nccr A
road from Grant's pass. Or., to Cre c-tii
day morning for Oakland, I'd., whither be
('iiiniiions and M ikh Anna Belle Siuilb.
water work- in »h it city up t«» the first Uti uit court ai the Svptembrr »erm. b ing was summoned bv dispatches from Mrs few days since, making arrangements to
City, a distance ot eighiy-ae»vn m le.-. is of articles for the<Loi<e t lunches.
Owe i Kei g in :• compan ,< <1 Father Noe Monday i 1 <> t !»•*.»• n xt.’
liotiHe, AugiiKt 24. l*K(i, by Rev. M. A. Wil
in lhe city. “We have lately held public
• itizens of Little Butte pre« iivt for alleged Hsnna, who ha* been <|uite id for a week which to erect a permanent building fur a
liam»«, H«,nry Griffin and Mins Belle True.
meetings at Crescent City,’’ said Jttlge to i h-tr?h al Ashland last Eunday.
Our lora! nrti ts prnnii>e t*» exh bit a malit i»»u* killing t sundry h >gs belong past.
Murphy, “and the tiiix-ns of Grant's Pan
BENSON -MATHEWSON.-ln Grant’* Pa**.
! as iu the
la.». Trask of Grint's Pas» was in town nunibt r ot sp.-ennens «if their -k II at the ing to neighbors, the result of undertaking
J C. Williams of WiniHr poitoftice ca’led
Dr. Hinkle otters h .> new variety store
Ana. 14, at the r«^idenc«’ <»f W. T. P**rkiin«,
have done lhe ssnre. We are verv anxious and
district fair at Central Point.
to raise <<»rn with a rifle eucios'.ir«'.
csl'ed on us this morning.
to >ee us yesterday, while in town on busi loom for rent on reasonable term* for one
l»v th«' R»’v. T. L. Jon«*. Enti T. B« uhoii and
to get the road and would be willing to
Close Bros.. <»i Ashlat d. I st Monday
year from September 1st, los:!. The room
give Some sort of subsidy in its aid. A
First-class c-dar fence posts for sale in
<'v> ning ir.iv« a nin-icrl ■■ ti ! h iinoniu- cn- Henley’s Dan :c*hon runic insures a I «*.trtj dish id school in that section to teach a is elegantly finished.*t tiin*«l and varnished,
rai'roud is the one thing we need. There quantities to suit at the T imes office
K|»p«-tiie and increased digvsii >n. «li-p. Is fall term.
one ut the finest .-tore-room- in tbe
are frvtu 3000 tu RM» peo| le iu Del Norte
“ H o
nervous depression and low spirits, over
' is an
county ¿done. The course of the road
K v Father Nod ba* be«n at Cu'estein
comes lack uf energy and wakvitilncis and
would be southwest from Grant’s Pass, California have located in Ashland.
The largest anti best slot k of deeds, will infuse new lne and strength into the springs since Inst Monday, in th«* ho|H* ot
Many have erroneously gotten the im
Or , through the Rogue river and I.linoia
rc< uper:iiin r bis strength at that retreat < f pre.—mn that there will b- an additional VIJibl'K.- In Linkvilh*. Aug-. 17. to Mr. xml
Frank X. Musty is manufacturing tight mortgages and ali kind* ot real-estate and weakest invalid. Kuhl by E. ('. Biouks.
valleys, a distance uf f. rty miles, to the cooperage at his ranch near Trail creek.
rest, after nis recent severe trip through fee of adinisMMi to tbe grand stand, after
Mr*. I hi vid Vudder, n g-irl.
l*g.il blanks south of Sulem is kept at the
(’.tiz ns of Jacksonville will find a-i even the eastern counties.
top of tbe Coast range. Tbe pass is ab >ut
ri.ME.s office and &«»ld at Portland rates
paying admittance to lhe race course at WIF j SOX.—In f.inkvllh*. Au*r. 21, to Mr. ami
uriii h by mouth, year by
ing’s entertainment at the vcl<»cipede
ew school house at
2tw feet high, aud only a »mall tunnel
Mr*. Charlo Wi’aon. a daughter.
J.C. WUipp and f«roily returned from the district fair, but such is nut tbecase.
<4-1 Hi l will be opened next Monday
Miss <’e!5a Brown of Eagle Point is ill swing above the planing mill to be a harm
would be needed there. Tbe rest of th
more and more pcr-
with typho malarial f«*ver, contracted at less and che-ip form of amusement for the their trip to ’lie Dead Indian country last Tickets uf admission to the race course enti- I STKANGEy—In Ashland. Aug. hl. to th»* wife
road, down Smith river, prestnls noeb
The Da.Its Dr. 1’riee of Medford is attend next two weeks. Only 5 cents a ride and Saturday. Whipp holds championship
of Kcv. F. G. btrauge. a daughter.
«taeles ot coimquence. At present there at the T imes office at 50 centsa hundred.
all its couat-
oceans of tun thrown in. Also a cane rack hon rs as the bo-* fleheroian, having
ng her. an 1 predicts a >pee»ly recovery.
J. S, Howard of Medford was in towr MAGKITER — War Jacksonville. AugiiRt 21st.
»rebut two sliugt pieces of lumbering rai'-
combined witlp7»X) canes.
caught 1575 trout while at the springs.
A nnmlier of Yreka parties have located
road tu the country, one owned by A. M.
State Fi-h Com mi-si oner Reed was at
J. W Wot i. Manager.
eimpson, and only three or four miles limber claims in th • J ennie creek country. (¡ol«l Hili Tu»-day and ve.-t rdiy examin
Mrs McClallen, Misses Josie and Emma here visited the fair grounds. He unhesi
0. a ILLI »TS IT
long, and tbe oilier by Hobbs, Wall A Co.,
!T$ vnt f’-f b ar; Uir.-M.
Prof. P. A. Getz,the new principal of the Orth, Josie Nunan and Mamie Donegan, tatingly pronounce»! lhe track to he the
John Orth received some line beet from of dams without providing fish way.*.
both firms of this city. Villard's surve«'-
Ashland ptibli« school«, arrived with his George Bloomer ami John Orth, Jr., drove best in the state, per hap- on the coast; and,
wife from Hazelton, Pa., on Mon lay of up to Ashland last Sunday morning to fur- in common with other visitors, expressed
ors weie in there two or three years, but Alfred Gordon's place near town last Mon
F’« l gant quarter* h:«ve been fitted up in last week, ami took up his residence iu the ni-h sacred music at tbe Catholic church his surprise at the work already dene on
since the Oregon A California road was day.
LEHNERS— In Ph«enix, August 27tb, of con-
bought by tbe Southern Pacific, we do not
Scott Griffin of Tolo will take pleasure in ihe R* ; »1 M« n’• lu 1 ling. fo-inerlv occupied Granite? city for the season. Prof. Ixyroy «»pening at the Granite city.
sum pt ion. <'ora, wife of Diedrich Lehner*,
J. W Meir tt. f r ihr S F. Variety V. Wells, vice-princip.il, also arrived from
expect Villard to come to us Our hope is showing strangers town and country prop-
and daughter of M. V. B. Soule. Aged ala»ut
Miss Mattie Taylor, little daughter of
Store. P »--^ •»’on will In taken on Sept Albuquvr«}ue, New .Mexico daring tbe
with Senator Stanford and thu Southern erty.
• • • •» «•«
CommissionerC. W. Taylor and wife of
Jack-onvi'le nt,-p'*li.nits have a fine trade
Eagle Point, departed in care of Wm. Han ty fair grounds John Banks of Ashland
The timber prospect or*, who lari week
now has two trotter-. Hambletonian and
tlii* season, dest ite the hard times pre-
went to the 1 iph »1 of R •[ •gue river, intend to substitute«! a free-'or-.ill race, purse of wh» re she will make an expended vi*<it with Lexington stock; Dr. Van Dyke of Grant's
NEW THIS WEEK.
Bulletin No 25, for the w«tk ending Aug. vailing.
enter an entire township, it is said, by SitXN), and a .I'» race, pur-v of lido, f«»r the Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brown, now residents Pass will have his Adirondack stallion and
21, 1OC4, reports Clearing «kies in tbe Wil
Yreka » railroi t receipts average $3*1 to means of pre-emption and timber lami unfPled 2:20 an! 2:25 c’as-es a! tho stat«’ ! of that city.
one other to develop, W. G. Coojier of
fair, with ten per c« nt. entratwe fee; entries
Umette country, refreshing showers hav $|n per dav. and the road is paying ex entries.
.Medford ba- a promising Vermont trotter
to closo Sept'-mber I 1**9 They will ado
ing laid tlie dust and to s«-me extent exun penses.
there, and Mr. Boynton has his
Attention is tailed to tbe a»lv« rti.-ement gnativ lo the attntciions at thv Sa t in ex-
guished th« forest fires. Tbe heavy cloud
A large lot of personal property was sold at of Bull I ma ver Bro- who wil -vll a lot of hibithm.
HE INDEIL<IGNED WILL SELL ON FAY-
posai for Building
of vniuka has been dissipated in some sec
stock and tn rm ing implements at the Da
nrabh* term»* a one-half int» rest in a paving
Kertu A Miller’s ?♦ n end bri< k -tore
tions. As to the wheat yield, the crop gen auction at the Mingus farm near town last vison ranch near Mchford, on tbe 30th of
erally is much better than expected, excep .Saturday.
Notices for the 1 »cation of pincer and building i- rapidly going up and will be one ground
in Eagle Point, with <lw<dling-h<»in*«*
( ora Lehnert, whi h occurred at Phoenix quartz
imes uf- of the finest building- for the purpose in an«i
tionally heavy crops being reported from
The trotting mare Al'a. by Altamont,
Decca- <1 wa-u bride of but
E i> HEREBY GIVEN THAT BIDS
tend» (I, in the county. The store r*»om ’ furth« r parti ’ularM apply to the undvrsigivd
portions uf lhe W ilia me tie ami Umpqua made a rem,rd of 2 'J1*1, at Anaconda,Mon.,
The Douglas county Agri t. Ituri.l As-o I a last f« Tuesday.
II be revidvi’d at the County < 'lerk’-ofllee
w months, and lhe affliction to the 0 e.
iiruper is large and wed lighted and wi l on
< the premises.
valleys. Much inure poor wheat in quality last week.
riation will iiubl its tir.r l annual exhibition I family is doubly felt, following so closelv
<»rcg«>n. until 12o'clock. ikmhi ,
F B. INLOW.
have ta*tj’ counters and shelving on on*
will i>e marketed this year than last, but
at th«' county fair grot.n l« it t'lvil bend '
lSagle Point. Oregou. Augunt 24. 18W.
Dr. H. M. Gill is occupying his new resi near R• »-eburg, b.’irinning Oerober I. and I upon thedeathof her mother, Mrs M. V. <’o. near Yreka continues to average about side and -bort tables fur the display of
the increase in acreage will make the state s
B. S nil«». Th«* insidious work ««f consuinp- $75 to the ton.
clothing on tlie other side. The second
surplus fully as large as last year. First- dence at Mani'ti '.h aving taken possession continuing two days.
to build stone abutment* or piers for a bridge
tion cut short her y mug life in its prim« .
Twetire-uititli Annual Exhibition al
grade new wheat was selling al Pendleton last week.
at th»* er«tewing <>f Hi!’erc<k. on th«* county
A growing demand fur mining codes for residence purposes.
The Tolo Townsite »t Milling <’»'inpany ; an I all who knew her mourn ov< r her up shu-.s
Don’t buy or sell deer hi.les, or transport
road near the residence of W. F. S»nger. ac
for tM) cents during the week, and g« <»i
increased interest in prospecting.
cording to the plans and specifications now
wheat for 65 cents per bu-hel in the Wil- litem for sale, barter or exchange. It's
anticipate a good season next win
monthly payments <>f $’» a month. For . A large c<iipr<gation was in attend.incc Miners
he i ndersigned will offer for on tile in the County Ch-rk - office at Jackson
Lunette valley. The hop crop wdl not ex dangerous.
sale at public auction at the Davidson ville. Oregon.
full arrangements. c«»ll on or a hires* the < at divine services at th«’ Enterprise school ter.
ceed so |»er cent, of an average, but a ill tie
Each bid to t»e accompanied with a Itond in
ranch near Medford on
If you want genuine bargains, don't fail : secretary. 8cott Griffin.
| house last Sun-lav, to witi.e-s the c. reino-
About twenty men are engaged in the
of goo«i tiutliiy. The fruit crop of tbe
the sum <»1 $2mi. to the »fleet that if tiivcon-
The " Mail'^iropbesies rain on the 21st of
Monday, September 30, 18S0,
[tract is awarded tu the bidd< r. In will build
state will oeenormous, although in some to cull on N. Fisher. He is selling out, ami ' The arch bridge north oi Ashland recent- i n.v wh.'-h n.a«le Mr. IL urv Griffin, late of Steamboat mines, and if there is a good .September
at 1 o'clock r. M., a larg«* amount of furm haid abutnu nts or piers in accordanev with
sections tbe quality is inferior, oeingto no mistake.
lv » »tnpleted wi l- »oti hr in use by the pub- I Josephine countv, ami Mi«s Bell«* True, ac season next winter more than the usual
and ma«'hin«*rv, consisting of seven head the plan- and 2-p»iciflcati»>ns on til«’ in the
dry weather. Short hay crops are reported
I>. T. S.ars who h is been .¡uite ill. is stork
C:o e Bros.' band will furnish the music lie, t’oujmh-i »to r Patterson being now en- 1 complished daughter of Mr. ami Mr-. J. P. amount of gold will be taken out.
of tine hor-« s. 2U head *»f «-attJe. including U Clerk's oflive.
Reuben creek prospectors report the about again.
throughout the eastern counties Tne wa foe the moneer gathering at Ashland Sep ga-.«din tiling in the approaches It is I Tru-. man and wife. Rev. M A. Williams
iierves, 3? head of hogs, ala»ut 44M chickens. | Done to ord«’r»»fth» <i»unt y court «¡1 Javk- t
finding of diggings on the higher ban*
ter supply is failing rapidiy in many pur tember 13th.
etc.; also about JO tons of fine hay; I sun c«»unt\, Oregon, at the August t»-rm, 1**4».
sai«l to be a fine structure.
The new semi weekly paper is anuouuced I geese,
ny was performed at 12 o’clock, alter wlTdi along the stream that wiirpAY e'ght to ten
alaogiHHl Knowles mower and rake, wagon
MAX Ml LLEH.
tions of the slate
Delicious Rogue river watermelons con
Dr. DeWitt < . Talma f. S ”.v York’s gre»t t • a large number of guests partook of tliei dollars per day tu the man. Considerable for n< xt week.
and 2 seta harness. 2 plows, harrows, etc.,
County Clerk. < otiifriuing
K. und«-r III«- M.u,.i;rvmeiri
stantly on hand at the 8. F. Variety Store. sensational preachtr, i- lecturing at such hospital ty of the br de s parents al a gold be taker, out there the coming winter.
and kitchen furniture.
Jack-oin ill»*. Aug. lj. Isx».
of I he »ir,-gon stai,' I Pm of of Agrieuliiire,
Medford merchants are anticipating a hous«*hold
KeffUtw ai Htytlriatu.
TERMS OF SALE:—All sums under flO.cash
Oregon towns as care to insure him ?100ner sumptuous niariiig feast,
in hand. On sums over that amount one year’s
lhe Warren quartz mill on Yreka flats good tail trade.
Nines, receipts, due-bill«, drafts, etc., in night. His lecture at Salem last Friday
lhe tallowing phyaiciin^ ot Jackson
time will be given, purchaser giving not«'
Al»out thirty timber land hunter? passe«l will be started up again soon, to crush
county have curuplied with the law in rela book form, handy and tirst-das.», at the was a pronounced success.
through Ashland for tbe Dead Indian coun quartz t iken out at th * Withered ledge on the city louned.
tion to reaiatrriiiK with the countv clerk Tutu office.
The prevailing winds appear to simply try two week« ag » ami it i- -ai<! that the head of Spring gulch, near the summit
Mcdfonl, Or., August X ItWO.
Ge-irgeO'B. Dell.r, Jacksonville; Win. 1..
The I, -ard of r<|nalization of a«s-win»nt, fan tbe fires in the mountains anti the thev locatetl between Dea«iw.»od ami L »st of Humbug.
Mrs. H. E. Baker spent the week visiting
Culv-g. Ruck point; A. C. Stanley. Sam s convened last Monday and wil in s«s- heavier < held* of sni »ke continue to «iriit prairie. They r< p irted to »«tt’ers that they
friends in San rrancisco.
• î S4«d«men
valhy-A. J. Lsppeua, Central Point; J. sion all week.
about the valley, «»b curing the face cf na reiwent the Michigan syndica’e that h is
W, Kohmson, Ja-ksonville, E. P. Geaiy,
.* ’• i¿tai*cos
J. W. Fanningund Ed. Hamlin are spend
secured such larg hoi lings in Washing l>!ue chan tel gravd under a stratum of
People whose hearts hive long been un Hire in almost every dire« t»• n.
Si ufiril; R. Pryce. M«Hliur<l; Jas. fl.
V. tllw«?. <4,
' «ndst<n-‘ 42 feet b< low the su face, and ing tin- week in the mountain.».
, In thc in«tt«T of th«* rotate of Tho*. H. Hay
• j IBr il FrterJ
Tin* nobbiest and latest -tyle* of hats, j
W.ui. Mrnlfuni; John8. Parsons. Asblaml; used to »nppiti-a'i-. n have been pray in • for
miners will prospect it extensively aithi^
Another newspaper is among the proba
shirt«», LecKtie*, col’.T“. cuff-', >carf pit-.-, ; J. Myer«, «m“ of Linn county’s
Heliu, Ashlan-I; Cha». E. ,ain recently.
tbe next few mouth-.
oth e is hereby given that the
bilities at Me livid i:i a short time.
’ons ci»*,, in .-outliern Oregon rcMjntaiivi’s in th* Li t generai i
B-ebe, Ashland; Mrs. Pamela M. Wrbaler,
Uli«:« r»«iKii<‘d ha- been ajq»ointt-i by the
For Agricultural. Stock. Dairy atul M., haul
B. W. Hu-ton and R. F. Dean of Willow coliar-bi.t
A-hlanil; W. W.btanfield, Ashland: Jesse springs were in Jacksonville last Monday
cat exhibit«, tor work» of art and fancy
The ladies all praise the new roller f ro- > thiK in Probat«•. administrator <»f the estate <»f
(omp’e'ed the buiiditig of a wing tam in
been thv y mog t member of tl
Store. Call cud -
work, and fur triala of Sficed.
llinklr, Central Point; G--orue Kah er. for a few hours.
front of the town of Goll Hill, and are cess flour made by the Medtord mill«.
' Th«»-. H. Hayni<»nd. dveea.-c-i
accompanie«! hy his iritn l L. L
Phoenix ; W W. Rivers. Eaule Point; T. 11.
' All p'T-t»n- indebt«*d to sai'l «’-tar» ar*' r«*-
Gen r.*l Err gl. A' -nt E I’. Ilog« r>-d «haw. a rising y.-ting s»t »rney of
Frill. Cro'-eiuiller now runs the “Blade” theS. P. Ln“- in (Lcg'-n has instructed
Meil'ord artists intend t> contribute I<)u<*Me«i to aettS«’ tin bMine iinmvdiatrly. and
West, Phoerrx; Wm. M. Marsters, Eagle
river bed that has never been mined in largely to the success < f the district fair.
Point; E. D. Fickil. Medford; Wm H. al B .ker city, vice E. G. Hursh tlie new agents not to receive d er- kins for hip- ton, W. T. have been vi iting in
t non«* having claims against thv ».stated ill
. •» f *th-
that quarter. The low water materially
vilie since Tuesday.
nrcMent them to me at my plac»- of imsinesM at
Sommers, Jacksonville; C. Minnis, Med pension ex tu ner.
l . U’< *
me:it, a* he construes them to be contra
Rock P<»int. Jackson county. Oregon, with
ford; W. 8. Jones. Medford; A. I). D-slson,
Wash Grimes ami E l. Farra had bail
Dr. Bruien has returned to(¡ol 1 Hillard band goods under the new gime 1 iw
first carload of flour to Yreka last Friday. the proper voucher- atta<’h<*d. within six
* ’u wane
Central Point. The majority hold diplo
Hick last week in delivering G. Karewski's
Th » river miners on the Klamath are
mas from medic.. 1 schools of approved
Three hi lies belonging to anex^U’s’inn ¡lour to Wa du. A broken axle on the big conimen',ing to hoist pay gravel again,
Dr. Geary’s line ranch on Griffin i-rrek is notice.
alandinff. and »11 who do not are expe Rogue river we leant.
par«y on .'J >unt llu >d lu- ’ im* lost ro u I ' wagon detained them on tlie out trip, ami ’In ir wing dams an 1 machinery having this year yielding some exceedingly tine
Administrator of tin estat» of Th«»-. H.
, , A . ¿r«»«
rienced practi.ivttsrs. Therearo a few res
Yreka is boasting of a building boom in their frit tils one evening last week ami ! * b. foro reach:ng horn»* Mr I< ’s fine mare been repair* d and rtbuilt since Hie terrific fruit.
Hat»-1 August 22. ltWL
ident phyaniaiia in tbe county who have common with the other railroad towns of w
i-i/ht until ne ir ! “Nellie” was taken suddenly sick and had cloudburst <f July 25th, which caused
N-w arrivals are daily seen on our streets.
mort;m/. wh n th ir fri ’ d- found I’em. I | to be left at a ranch un the road, where . he such great damage along the river from
not yet attended to the mittcr of r«,’* lhe northwest coast.
PRICES OF ADMISSION:
C jttoi.wo >d creek all the way down to immigrants.
A member of th * executive < omnnttee ot «oon after*ar»H dir 1.
The boys are rustlin'» 'round for partners
Men's Dav tickets, .'si Men's season I'kt.*2m*>
The Sou’bern Oiegun i-’tate board of Ag Happy Camp.
the »li-tricl fair a-.'ocia’i- n. de-ire.- to -tat»*
en t < I
Women’s Dai ticket.25 Women'»“
A Hue .School.
Dr. Pryce now has attractive offi.-e apart To all to whom thcs<- present- shall conic, take
The Pordaml company, as the Portland
that a tii ket of a l:ui“nn<e to the race riculture is making arrai g tnrr.ts fur tlu
creek, Will hire by th«* «fax. or Ivi HLrod
I from the mountains.
»>ur-e wdl« ntiilc th.* holder therco’ to a
Tbe seventh annual catalogue of the
ny and all persons are hereby week. Imiuirv <>f
Pocket, the slay er of Catchings of Canyon seat in the grand s‘and at tue distri«* fair th‘seven « « unties composing t!ie<li-ir t. pany is called, now has about 40men cm- lb w building.
Send io the rSs n-tarv al Salem for Premium
<> egon »tale normaE-ahoul is on our table.
notith-l n<»t to buy, n<-g(»tiat«- tor. or
II w. (MilLBE.
with the object of encourag.ng immigra pl *ved in their min ngoperations on Grave
Tbi-i excellent school his u-uully a pretty ville some wreks ago, is still at large in the
have anything to do w ith any i.rrs-in or per- Eneimi-r I’acific 1» A II. G. M. Co..
creek. About five miles of new ditch will tine VeriiKiut Inuter developed at Hie nons claiming to own or have the authority
fair representation from this valley, but is I'mpqua mountains.
Junction Wolf and Gravi* cn- k.
J. T. GREGG. >r, ei-tarj .
be ipade this season, and the old ones Jackson county fair grounds.
to sell or traiibh-r a certain promisory note in
We need money, ami those indebted tn
deserving of a more extensive patronage.
ce? f < ty railroad, a”d believe tha’ the
substantially the following wonts and figiiro
cl .me.i out and pul in thorough repair.
As a means of enabling teacher» anil th ire the T imes offi-'e should n >1 neglect to settle line wid t»e rx’e ’ i* »11«> th.* big timber re fall luilo much good.
Lumber to Exchange
Pro!. W. Crawford, of McMinnville, the < O-wit :
intending to become teachers to obtain ■ without further delay.
There is no lung uncertain about tne When th? fall season o»r mining opens up, new
<’al. June 1. ls«7.
principal ot ti e Medturd schools ha-
libera: education there are R-w
••On <»i• bc!«»re th«* 1st day of June. iShh, we
effect* of (’liainb. ru n « Golic, (Tiok ra and the inir ot rive pipe- will tumble through
A few more o! those nic» straw lists are :-u It.
S AND tri Eli TIIIS II t i r. WE WILL
•‘or cithi r of hr promise 1»»*pM> to th«* order of
srh ><>U can be recommend <1 in the le'tal the 8 F. Variety Store, at.il they
Diurrhci'a Remedy. The fuel is, it is the
exchange lunile raiid tailldlug mali-rial for
Alh-ii, four hundr.-l dollar»« with in-
northwe»'. Jac.son county is e ilill -d to will lie closed out at cost,
Ex’en-iv»* •»•«•■« were raging about tlie only preparation in tin* market that can inches of water at high pressure will be
Wheat i, rolling in lapiJIy at Medford, ••John M.
graie and bay. and will n-veivi- hav al any
then-on at the rate of ten iht c«*iit. per
three free scholarships in the ins i ut on,
head of th»* Sfrbng mining ditch i few always ’ e «! penued upon, un»l th.it is forced against the goid-b6aiing ground. prim i| ally lor storHge. Bike has up ••ler«--t
oli thè line of thè <>. A C. lbiilroad.
Mrs. Mattie Kiiprcl is reported v-r ■ ill day- ago. burning over much range .’.nd pleasant and f«’io take. 25 and 50 < ent Miningon Gra\ <• ervk has long ago passed wards of 140 carioads on hand already.
for which appliratio i Tiu»t be mad*- to the
•‘intcrot pavabiconly in gold coin of the t’nit- Corrcapoudeiice solici!ed.
W. II. TAYLOR A Co.
county school superintendent. The i •.*»> 1 I will) fever nt the re-i lence uf her uncle. E. d» sieving s me fen ing ami tl line. It is i»ottl» s for Side at City Drug Ftore, Jack tne experimental stag-. it is now an estab*
li-hvd business, paying handsome returns
R Westlake, late of Shasta <• runty. Cali
GranC» Pai*. Auguat 21. »1*.
tutlon is not couiuicd to the wo, k of edu . I>. Fuinlray.at Plio-nix.
known wh » pul out the fire and trouble sonville. and Engle Bros., Piioeirx.
A. B. CVMMIXGS, )
cating tear hers by an / means, and persons
W. B. Gray and wife of Ashland precinct Grant’* Pass “Courier.”
don hotel, ami will comlu-'l it in the future.
II. K. C ornell .” I
of good morals and sufficient sch darship ' Ing, to be occupied bv W. H. Runnells, is
Manv of c tir cit z *ns are preparing to do were in town yesterday and called on th«*
A-the -aid note is the i»ro|H»rty of the said
are invited to enter the norasal at any ' appronclting completion.
Mrs. D. T. Eiwton. who was so seriously John
other | ktsoh lias any
time. It is a progressive, thorough school,
There will be a civil service examination story *'Written m Re I’ wieu it is chop the effects of the injury <!onr his foot by bie, Dakota, “Herao!” says: “The most injured in an accident at the Siskiyou rigid to the |»o«***cai<»ii of. nor to sell, assign or
where a g*xrd education may be obtained
wav or inamuT what
the red hot | iere of iron which flew in»<» a wondiriul me I cine 1 have ever met with
for applicants for tue railway mail service
lor a minimum cost.
at Roseburg oil the 3rd prox.
is Chamberlain's Col:.-, Cholera and Di-
To make room for <»ur large, n« m Fall and
the p«'nalti«*s of law. for forgery, etc., as the
blacksmith hop two months ago, but i«« arrhoit Remedy. Incise of colic it gives
'*• inter Sto«’k;
Many Medford people are preparing ex -am«* has never l»«s*n indorwd. nor in any
Send the TtMBSto »our friends East, or
Pioneer I*y Programme.
hibits for the district fair and quite a
J u«lg»' W I'hiie of Lsk“vicw last wet k t*e*l
at any other place. It answers better than
it indispensable. Pul ill alkali water numoer of our merchants will have Istotlis thereof, and paynwnt of tlie -aim* has I htii
The following is the outline of the pro- all the letters you can write.
tbe nuptial knot for a young couple from
This is the season of the year when the found
Calico», Lawns, Diet-» :uid Millin
an.l it iniparts a p easant taste and prevents
gramm« for Ibc annual meeting of the Pi
JOHN M ALLF.N.
The 8. F. “Examiner” is the best paper H’skiyou county ami th«’ girl's parent* soon raw,cold winds create sad bavoewith the the priiulul diarrh.vt which ataali water on the ground.
cry Goosltj, Ladies’ Jerw’V?, Ril>-
oneer Society of southern Oregon to be held on the coast Don’t fail to leave your sub- afterwards appeared on the scene and hands and complexion. Soft, whitehands
W. B. Adkins is lecturing in northern
in Asblaid, Thursday, Sept. 12th Iks!): ■criptions at the T imes office.
ruthlessly b ue away lhe bride from her ami a clear, “peachy” complexion can be produces. I could not feel safe without it Oregon
bonis,Ilii<-liiiigK, Hats, trimmed
my bouse.” 2.', and and ¿0 cent bottles
Meet on f lax* square al 10 o'clock a. M ;
assuredly pre«ervr«l by the frequent appli ill
themes, “What is man’.’“ and “What
and untiimmed, Einc Shoet>,
form an I march to grove under diiection
Manistee will bt provi-leil at once with
cation of Duturd’s Specific. If rubbed into lor sale at City Drug Store. Jacksonville, America most needs.”
Marriage license i-smd August 2»Hh to the skin it wi l leave no grei*y surface. ami Euc. I Bros , Phoenix.
of Gen. J. M. Mcf’all. Prayer by Chaplain. water works, getting tier supply from two
Slipper»*, Panieols, «11 White
Rev M. A. William» of Medford. Reading fine si rings in the inouutains.
E. F. Walker, who has been lain up for
dell; .b o to E M. Dciivnul and Miss Min The skin absorbs it. Sold l-y E. C. Brooks
Summer Goods, Men’s
memorials by bee-. Silas J. Day. Orali--n
four weeks with a bailty sprained ankle is
Panthers are agoin devastating the
M. F. Hull. C. P. Parker and M. Her nie M. S'anfie’d, a l of Ashland precinct.
by lie-,. W. Dnnn. instrumental nius-c by
The firm tn run n. Taylor. Taylor A Co., able to be about again out still sutlers muck
! ranges <»ii Elk cr»ek ami tbe local stock
Close Bros , band. Following committees
men will find it necessary to offer special ded- r< in lumber anil other building mate inconvenience from his hurt.
Nettie I> »wning.
««reappointed: On vocal music, Mrs. M dwelling houses in Gold Hill.
bounties to secure their extermimation A rial, at Grant’s Pass, has been dissolved by
thienff<*r remains <»| h * ii uiil>
The Monarch «aloon at Medford, under
I. Alford; on ground«, (’apt. I’hix. Smith.
A S. Rami, railway mail clerk, between
Win. D. W’oijdi. late
Sixty 1 layb, when we will
: large one killed a y. iriing « a'f at H<»lme-> mutual consent, Taylor A Allen retiring.
management of 11. H. Wolters, is prov
E M. Miller, J. Wagner; on basket dinner, Spok me and Portland,has been transferred Montague station, died at the Sacramento ; Bros.'ranch last w-« k. ami tbe harnyar«! Bii-iness will lie continued at the old staud the
ing a popular resort. The best of every
A l> H, Iman, H. F. Mverand .1. H. Kus to Portland -Man FrancUcu run.
railroad hospital la-t Thursday eyrning, of of William Pence was also invaded by one by W 11. Taylor, L. E. Hoover A. A. Ross thing in that line is kept there
sei A general invitation to all idoneers
typhoid fever, aged about 30 year«. He 1 of the brutes at alrnohl the same time.
Harry Hull ba 1 a narrow escape front came west from Illinois ami was a most de
and their fitends to attend and help make
The immediate symptoms of dysprptia,
tbe day a pleasant reniindnr of ihs pioneer lockjaw a few nights avo. having taken serving young null.
or indigestion, are a distres.-ing sense of vors. so liberally extended, wc sol Icit their ters arrived from Minnesota a few days
days of southern Oregon. By order of tlie cold after having a tooth extracted.
It is rumored th it Tr.til « reek precinct weight, oppression anl fulness in the
Title«. T' avi . oh A Co.
where Mr. Davis has been for sometime.
Col. R. F. Maury favored our sanctum will soon Lave another store. Ir is reported I ¡stomach, n» arthti« n. I js * of ap| elite, foul
THOS. SMITH. Chairman.
Grant’s Puss, Aug. 10, llWII.
with some ihoice sample» of late Crawford also that a stuck of groceries has been put breath, belching, tl«»tilvncy, nausea, pains
One of our pbv-icians whose practice ex
W. N.Lltx», Sec'y.
and Thurber peaches ibis morning.
in above Floun<'.e Rock by W. II. Bootnby - in tbe sh'Milder.t and breast. Dr. Henley 's
tends over tbe county last week had six
The work done by l/’gan, the Ashland
Wnt. Gates of Central Point,accompanied to acc »mnv><L«te the rapidly growing set Dandelion Tonic promotes healthy diges photographer, has never Peen surpabse«! in teen cases of fevers and summer uitnieuts
A Hsary Itlaae.
tion am! removes all unhealthy symptoms.
of various kinds. Health is improving at
by J. B. Fenton, paid the T imbs office a tlement in that quarter.
State Roani if Agriculture will be held at
southern Oregon for finish or excellence of present, however.
Sol«! by E. C. Brooks.
The Glendale fire on the morning of the pleasant call last Thursday morning.
Dodd anl Walker, tho Bonanza stage j
detail and as he keeps thoroughly up
A bottle of koumiss exploded in a Grass with the limes in all the late discoveries
l»tb instant was very destructive, consum
We acknowledge receipt of complimen- robbers who were arrested ami taken to
J. M. Bentl.v will o|>en a real-estate office
ing entire the store house and stock of taries to the Mt Shasta district fair at Portland by the V. S. marshal lost week, valley drug store last Sunday afternoon connected with bi* art, tbe productions of in Pendleton soon. He formerly resided
This ¡»owder ticv«r varie*. A marv«*l <»f puri
good» of Sol. Abraham and the residences Yreka, the first week in October next.
waived examination. They were bound The f»»rce wa* sufficiently powerful to rock his gallerv are deservedly popular. No in M-dfotd His little soi, E tdie recently
ty. wtrength and wboloMoincmw. M»»r<* « toii -
of Calvin AVriaht and D. Tucker, adjoin
over in $5.010 b< nds each, in default of r the whole building ami to pi baif the form* nvre acceptable token of afiectiot. or love w-,n renown :,s a hero in rescuing a baby
than the ordinary kinds. mi <I cannot l»e
in the “Te egram” office ur»«tairs, s rys the than a cray«»n or cabinet photograph of the troui a - ani|i tire into wiiich it »a« t. p-
ing A large amount of winter goods had
which they went to iai!.
sold in compettti<»n w’th th«' magnitude of low
< 'oinniencing on
Yreka “Journal.” The average Jackson- •jiver ‘.rum hi- finisbii g t »u-he- « an la* im- pl ng. burning h-s own feet severely in
ju-t Irceti received at the store which makes spring will l>e furnished lumber, brick anil
test, short weight, alum or phosphate j*ow«l»’rs.
the lo»e much heavier tn Mr. .\brah«n>
go <d A «all a( hi-g B«ir.v will convince making the rescue.
i»nr s ti'h in great number?. It is very ger-ms tin eas «« plie l in'«‘rn«lly. Th v those unfamiliar w*«h bi-» work, of its ex
hMWan’Kt.. N. Y.
than it would otherwise have luen Toe
J S Mowrer. no»- th- proprietor of the
H. il. Wolter», the mixo'*gi»l, lias re-
famill,s c.f Messrs. Wright and Tucker hast p anmi'-mi l at Cmtral Point, was io t„«m early in the-ea'o'i I »r tin ir migrati«»n ami I i r.ire’y pi an othce win n in the bottle.
everything and are in destitute chcum- yes'e dav and calle I at the T imes offi e.
•i Oregon i- on«’ <>f th»» mp <<lu tiye
«wav fr mi an emly an I har<| winter, fav« states in »he i .»i« o. its va.-t miner.«! re-
Carlson, thoroughly refitting it ami matt
ADVIl'K to MOTI1KKS.
And continuing Five
slance». But for the presence of mind of
ing many improvements. He It»» supplied
sir 1 WoUbl
' gmns coi t lin go’«!, ilver, < upper, iro i ami
Mr» Wright, the loss
Would I have
A few c >ptes of tlie American Settler»’ i
Mrs. Winslow’» Soothing Syrup, lor chil the liar with the linest wines, li.|ui>i« a-.i.l
mm h more vxtt n<ive,_ ,and ’ idle ‘ undoubtedly i Gni-le standard authority cn all I mil
W. F <’hr -tain h i* «h° rubble.grout an I i j c«»al. Its immense tracts of gr.izing i i: d- dren lectbu.g, is the prescription of one of
* h \ed tbe fife uf Carl Ab’abam who wmj * matters, mav i*e i-iund al the I ixas o-iice cement on t ' grotimi to l»«‘g n work o i the , j sirpp .rt thou- i?«»l <d <• ittle a; <1 s ' h ep. and the best ft ni.le nurses and pliyucisns in cigars, mid a tine billiard table can a.so be
luund there. Give tutu a call for he will
#j»lerp in the store at tbe time of the hro.
I its exlens ve agricultural regions produce
Joh i M. A-len.of Sacramento,I alifo'i! i, new cmi 'rete tl »or in the j til bud !i ig in a .«11 the cereals hi ubundan c . the \ i« Id per tiie Unitcl Mates, and Ims been used for treat you well.
An* offered in every department, aggregating
an 1 barely wapetl with hi?« life, riierv wa*»
an insuian, e of IxuVon bu ldin.4 s'*d con wains th«' public ucainst purchasing » l-i«t ial taken fr •• » th • «»I I -tmeture to anp • - :»cre being, in some in-t.»nc- *. the largest mili’i m.« of mothers for tlieir chi'dren. Dur
note, ill our advertising codiinne this Week. rently btii'd a h >L doz°n li«»uses.
Mnlf N9 Mlttakf
in tbe world. Among the useful and valu ing the process of teething its value is in
able product.* of the webfoot stale may be
By dispelling the symptoms aooften mis
The wife of J A .Bean of Myrtb- creek.
It relieves thecbildfrom pain,
mill-ite. midrace and sidetrack will I menljoned Oregon Kidney Tea, which has calculable.
Dmula» countv, coniinitted silicide of te ftirnijfhed
cures dysentery ,ml diarrhoea, gripingin taken for consumption. Santa Abie has
tatbolte- t hareb Opened.
We-ine-dav of last week by shooting her Milling Company, for a nominal sum, to
the bowels, and wind-colic. By giving
Tbrrr la the Bent Mile Flare-Track iu the
Die nr w i'aUiobechurch ai A.hlaml w»»
1 naiu in th»* bark and kidney difficulties.
By its prompt use for breaking up the cold State on the ground»*. and there will be run
any responsible party who will put up a ‘ Iti* pure’y of veg* tab'e composition and health to trie child it rests the mother. that two often develops into that fatal dis ning and trotting races each day.
opened by Rev Father F. 8. Noel of Jack self.
OFFFIt FOB SALK GN HEABONABLKtorm«
The noted Dahack-Wilson horse case flour mill at Tolo. For particulars address » never fails. Sold by E. 0. Brooks.
one *»f th«* l>e*t Btnck *»r Dairy Farm» io txmtL-
sonville. with tbe celebrarion of high mas«,
ease, Lhousand* can be .saved from an un
ern Oregon, «ituated <«n Deer Creek. JoecpLiue
last Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. There will engn s? a large portion of the time ot or call on the secretary, Scott Griffin. •
Have you heard what Mr. G. L. Weast of timely grave. Y«»u make no mistake hy
I.et us give lhe readers of the T imes a
com xiii ing lJUacreeof rich bottom land
was a very targe congregation present »nd the circuit court at tlie coming beptember
Thos. P. B‘»y«l. Jr . of Ashland an I his little tint«lv advice. Hot weather is coin Cambridge city. Ind , says of Chamber keeping a tiuttle of thi* pleasant remedy in
napeciMlb M*lat»ttMl to the growth of timothy hay
the • apacitv of the building, a very neat term.
California Cut-R Cure is Men r day ticket.
.'«) Men’« eoaaon tk't, *2.00
and rimer. About one-half it cleared and id
wife(n e.Mi-s Mittie Ru til) arr-ved in ing an t w ith it colic, cholera morbns, dys lain's Colic, Coolers an 1 Diarrhtoa Reme your house.
church edifice, was tee’ed to tbe ntmi-st
cultivation, ar.d muet of tbe balance can be eaealy .
A rartv of men left Roseburg last we-k the city last Sunday, an I I ft for the con entery ant diari hrra The only s.ife way dy ? If t.oi, here it is: “During last sum equal effective in eradicating all traces of Woman's day ticket .2^ Women’« "
c»an nd. There ie a etreas of water running
The Jacksonville choir, consisting tot MtsMS itmi.r the leadership of E D,x m.m search ference at P»Ttlaml the following day. Mr to Combat thvae disease* is to keep some mer I was troubled very much with severe nasal catarrh. Both of these wonderful
lb rough the place the year round, affording
Jisieand Emma Orili. Mamie D-negan. of tbe lost cabin in ne in tlie Cascade B >yd wi l probably take work a-a minister • rvliab’e remedy at band, ami til who have pains in the stomach mid bowels, and whs California run-dies arc -old and warranted
Send tn the S« • xtf ry at Jacksonville for Pn-
of wator Lu «tock and come for irrigating. Th*
Mr», l eda Mcl tall.il and George B'oomer.
induced by a friend to try Ibis Remedy. by all drugguts at fl a package,'8 for $2.50. slum list
J . B. RIDDLE.
place» it all mcloeed by a good rail feoce. There
Josie Nunan, organisi, assisted in the rer- rauge.
arih-eii Remedy wiff admit that it is the I took one dose, as per directions, and it
it a houbc and barn and JOO young fruit treea on
Rev. II. A. Newell, of Salem, after taking ’ moat prompt, reliabb* ami successful luydi- gave me almost in-taut relief. I cheer
H. A. MILLER» bocrctary.
vii-r», and Unir singing wa« highly com
\ tine lineot bamboo tishpnles has just
Do Not Suffer any Longer.
th* plaru. It aieo haa the beet nutaida range in
the county; alau another osoallent plane contain.
been received at tbe S. F. V snety Store, a tour through southern Califon.ia said, • c;ne known fur these coinphrnts. It costs fully rw omni-nd it to the afllicied.” 25
Jacksonville; also all kinds of fisbiug alter his return : “I think I pre'er tbe big ■ but 25 or 50 cent*, and may be the means and 50 cent bottles for sale at City Drug a da .•, and the first stages of consumption
For full particulars cnll upon or addreea
red apple <»f <*reg»m to »he figs of Lo? Ange of saving you ur your family much suffer Store, Jacksonville, and Engle Bros., Phoe broki n in a week, we hereby guarantee Dr.
les.’ It is singular with what- unanimity ing, if not lite its/ If. before the sumrne»' is nix.
all Oregonians express the same sentiment. over. For sale at City Drug 8 to re, Jack
The fall term of Central Point eehooi
will begin Srrt. 2«1. We h«*pe thvt a’l whw rnr.l of 2 2i;'ll Seattle. The name doubt
sonville and Engle Bios., l’hoenix.
Take It tn Time.
»>ID. F<>K Ul'JLDINQ A NEW M’HOOL-
are interr-te«! will realize tne importance less nas something to do with his “getting teacher’s < e-Mlicate-« is 1» ing conducted bj*
liuua-' iu Gold Ulli suiuiul dlmrim No.5t
l’rof. Watt’* party rd (’rater lake excur-
“For want of a nail, a shoe was lost; for ur statem mt correct. For sa|e by E. C <>
«TU tK' rvwivul und -qsmud by thu Uuutx) <>t
u( entering school at the beginning of the there.”
sionist* arrive 1 in town after a dusty t ip want of a »hoe,a horse was lost; for waut rooks
Auguat 81.1»©, at 2 r. m . Tbe Di-
scho«»l yenr. and aturdm? regu’auy.
Gee T 'V teft an estate, consisting prinks G. G. I Newbnrv nt th- court house, but last Tursuav evening, without serious mis
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u horse, a rider was lost.” Never nezlect
r-stui-» nw-rrv tlic rurht ton-Sl uuj und all
There will be a vacation of «»ne week «lur ..^llv of'Cbiiia groceries and nicknacast we n-e t-»rbi !d«*n the pr.vilc »e of giving lhe hap <r thrilling aivin'ure. The party of
bbls. Contractor» will bo r<-uiiiri«l to trive
small things. The first signs of pneumonia
Muncy tu Loan.
ing the district fair.
uh'e t wa« appraised at about «175 ici-t n ttr* * am! age* of the -'1 applicants, e< tal- contiste«! of Prof. Watt, Fletch* r Linn. K and lousumprion can “positively'’ be
ts.nd» for fultillliiK contract. Plan» and «|>, cl-
K. E S nitu . Fr n.
ttcatlon» ™ tu- »een ut thc offlec of Jaouby
I checked hy Dr. Acker's English Remedy
|y divi e 1 a* t i in iivi ii ality, then» I *ing
a «m.Ter per c:.t than u-ual of y *ung ’ ne an I Nina Beekman in«] th.ti-gue-t Miss or consumption. For sale by E C. Brooks. Granl’s l’axs, lia- tuon-y to loan on itul
AT nnl’GClSTS AMD DEAIXBS.
an-1 • Special
G • \V.
Pasts Far Salt.
proved real-csta'e in «unis of JOT and up
I «» .> I irance
n ft» j lady <«ppi cant*, th - ><*>».? the firs» mass i Br \ inar» <»f Saietn . 1 li“v w» r- fortunate
J W. MARKSHUBl’,»
W. B <--r. Of at
th« .. Stato ln-
wards. for six per cent. iut< reat an i taxes.
i ?iiuugb t” bav« on« beautilully clear day
Tw > hundred fine, large cedar poMf can cLpwiy
Sk'«n’i <<*Bo-l on U» last I
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castana. Give him a cat!.
while at th*
" M. r. J acobi ’. Clerk.
be obtain,d < heap by apply.ng to th« T ims »
office at once.
Commencing Monday, Septemkr 16,
Durini? the Next till Davs,
>«✓ ) THZ1