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HIKE AND THERE.
The 8. F Variety 8tore keeps he best
The Ttxxs office baa turned out more job
imported Key Wwt and d< mestic cigarw work during th** past five month.» than any
County court next week.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—
Jeff. Hamlin was in town yesterday.
Rev. Robt. McLean visited his brother at MARTIN.—In Grant's Paas.January 19.1890.to
of chewing an«! smoking tuba Oow
cine-. Our facililies to execute nearly any
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Martin, a daughter.
Plenty of rain nowaday».
Mrs. Flora Wilkinson -oi Medford was Medf<»rd during ’he w»-ek.
kind of printing are first class, for we have here
THURSDAY ........... JANUARY 30, 1'90.
Businewa is at a Hand-still.
8ch»«)! tsX will soon be delinque nt. LUMSDEN.—In Medford, January 22, 1890, to
Murphy and Wilderville, and the mail-car- a Isige sssortment of materia! of all kinds,
Mr. ami Mrw 11. U. L uumk U d , a M»n.
Jas. Herely and family .»f Medford »neut Don’t fail to setlie at once.
Don't fail to pay the printer.
rier was compelled to miss a f«-w trjps i ■.» slack» of stationerv and a great yarietv of
the latesi improved machinery. We defy last Sunday in town.
Work has peen ioh pended on onr water HIUHARDBON.—In Medford, January 20,1890.
Milord ia Trouble.
the last named place in consequence.
Read the new adyertiaementa.
to Mr.'and Mrs. J (We Hfehardaon, a son.
John A. Love is able to be about, though system until more favorable weather.
Considerable snow still lingers.
The largest and be.-«t sto< k of deeds, c rmpetilion as to quality and rates.
Quite a little excitement wax caused
Tne Orchard Home Association are only is still rather feeble.
I)r. Adkins will nut up a brick buiI«ling HQ4M1TT.—In thia city.¿an. 29th, l«0, to Mr.
mortgages and all kinds of real-estate ami
about ibe court-hou»« last Tuesday afier
Next Sunday is groundhog day.
and Mrs. Julius Scbuiftt, a daughter.
Ed. Grauptier of Rterliirjtvine precinct is on his lot east of Webb’s furniture «tore.
legal blanks south of Salem is kept at the waiting :or the “February goed spell" to
noon bv the announcement that a real, live
Aunounce yourselves, candidates!
place the tn* rits of their ho'dmgs before consi erably indisposed.
T im eh office and sold at Portlan«! rates
Rnali»h lord was to be on frvs exhibili*>ii
Mrs. L. L. Angle, who has been quite sick
Our town election is only a few weeks off.
the foll'iwina day, ibe u«*c«*>»arv paper» fur
The cases . f Anderson vs. Hammon and the jieople. The present wet weather in
Alex. Watts of Josephine county was for sometime, Is recovering her lo'alth, we
bis production having been fib d in the
The town e'ection falls on the flrat Tues M«>rat vs. Ros tel, which have been appealed sures a favorable season for setting out here yesterday on business.
shape <-l a writ of habeas corpus, iaaued day in March.
to the supreme court fr««m this county. <'U pnrpo-ea will doubtless be sold to new-com
Jo>eph Faltmnrsh of Sterlingville made
G Naylor and N. H.8pencerof Griffin
out ot the circuit court, commanding W.
his sister, Mrs. Geo. Ynudes, a visit last
Attention ¡»called to the estray ipitices l»e heard on the 4th and Sth of next month, ers next spring. For further particulars creek were in town on Tue.wiay last.
R Mayfield, city marshal of Avhland, to in another column.
fs a constitutional and not a local —trr.
A. 8. Hammond of Ashland is at the Monday.
see the advertisement in another column.
produce the body of one W. C. Roberts,
John Van Horn, agent for Radam's
The Jackson county bank advertises and therefore It cannot lie cured by local ap
Capt Boaeot Uniontown precinct was In
«horn be held in durance vile, hie author
The unprecedented dry weather of 1489 county seat on professional business.
microbe killer, spent Saturday in town. no doubt prevented many people from set
R'lbt. Bybee has gone to Mount Angel to money to loan on improved farm property plications. It leoulrcs a constitutional rem
ity for so bidding being a telegraphic war town a few days since.
at 8 per cent.
edy like flood's'!« r ap rllla, which, working
rant of arreslfrniu Penumbra Kel y, sheriff
Stray sock is noticeable everywhere He reports that the medicine is wnrk'ng tling in southern Oregon. When the in attend the Catholic school at that place
wonderful cures ami command* a big sale tending settler was told that we never had
ol Multnomah county. Thenian was wanted ainee bad weather commenced.
Bear creek is very high this week, and through the Wood, e,
Win. Taylor of Ashland precinct has
at Portland to answer to alleged charges
such a spell before and probably never byen up Butfe creek lately,lookiug for stray hundreds of our citizens have viewed it which causes and proiuotea Ute disease, .pa
Now is the time for candidates for town
of larceny, and be had been arr-sted by offices to announce themselves.
Fred Barnebure is successfully feeding a
Marshal Mayfield as stated at*ove, on Mon
number of beeve*. and sold two car time, he thought our population were all
At Haskin’s drug store can always be
John Cantrail and son, James M Can
R C. Oglesby and ’8qutre Berry publish large
day last, and was being held by him until estray
loads to Hanley Bros during the week for real estate agenta and not dealing in facte. trail, were over from Uniontown on Tues found a <• ninh te, first-class stock of drugs,
xu< b time as he could be turned over to ihe
ahii ment to Portland as soon as the block But neverthelesa it was the cold, naked day last.
Dan Euglenian of Big Butte precinct ade is raised.
M ultnomah authoriliea. Promptly on time,
For the choicest and nobbiest line of effects a permanent cure. Thousands of
E. Jacobs, who has been quite HI for
at two o'clock ye**terday afternoon. May called at the T imes office yesterday.
The ano«-stornis continue south of Yre
Now is the time to subscribe for the T im km
field i*roduc<d bis »t-ecimen of Emri-h no
Pure honey, in nice pitchers, at the 8. F. an«l get all the news of southern and s«»uth- ka, Cal. An avalanche in the head of 8ac- sometime past, is able to attend to business gent’s furnishing goods, as well as the finest people testify to tliv success of Hood's ba rut*
cigars, go to Orra Angle.
bility before J udge W.b-ter in >h.<mbers. Variety Store. Only 50 cents each.
parllla as a remedy for catarrh when other
eastern Oregon, fresh and spicy, as well as raiuento canyon buried and wrecked the
The new cily officers qualified and as preparations had failed. Hood's Sarsaparilla
The health of Mrs. Beggs, which ha»
Judge Print and 1. L Burten»liaw appear* d
First-class cedar fence posts for sale in a synopsis of everything important that railroad track for quite adi»tance and filled
foe the tietitioi.sr and District /.ttorney quantities to suit at the T imes effiee.
the river for awhile last Friday, while the
also builds up the whole sy .tern, and makes
tions last Friday evening.
L'olvg and t . B Watr-on for the siaie.
you feel renewed in health and strength.
Rogue river is cutting very close to the additional fall of enow at Bisson was so
<1. W. Doney, formerly a resident of this
I'll« officer wb*> made 'h** arrest, having
railroad track, not far from Tolo. and it is
beard that an effort would be made lo pro county, has removed to «’oos county.
houses. Everything that has wings or day, having recovereri from bis recent in been paving her sister, Mr«. Ed Wilkinson,
Several of our attorneys will go to Salem
cure Ihe rebase ot the pri-oner, used ihe
a vieit, returned home this week.
Does a General Banking Business, and Buys and Sells East
to much of th * road through the valley in snow-shoes lias flown and skipped out of disposition.
wires freely in the in'eival before the next week to attend the sui reme court.
Postmaster Pape is able to be about
J. H. Whitman, the well known attorney
writ w.is served, and when the mandate of
Fresh lemons and oranges kept on hand
ern, Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
Walker creek overflowed last Friday in
There has never been a season in which
I used Hood's ftarsaparilla for catarrh,
the court waa obeyed was able to stmw at the 8. F. Variety 8D>re, Jacksonville.
of la grippe during the past f irtnight.
so much wood has been consumed as in Hanlev's field, and,in the endeavor to break several weeks.
ttiat the laea *>f the state h,'d lieen com
Monthly installments of $10 will buy a ’his one. All the wood stacks, excepting the snow and ice gorge in the creek channel
Francis Fitch, the Medford attorney, has
Uba«. Strang, town treasurer, notifies the The catarrh wa» vc-ry <U --gTeeable, especially
plied wnh and ihe Judge found that tbe
G K a raws ki's. have been demolished; and and release the imprisoned waters, Ed been at the county-seat this week on pro public tfiat town taxes not paid before in the w mt» r can- n.'g cm;.»tafit discharge from
accused was uot wrongfully deprived of boU’C un<l lol in Tolo f rota Scott Griffin. *
COLLECTIONS A SPSCIALTT.
wi’l be returned delinquent.
Old papers, ir. quantities to suit, for sale the end is not yet
hi-* liberty and refused to rele.ise him on
tny nose, ringing i‘ioib<*s m my <*;u s, and pains
One of (he span uted in breaking the ice
Messrs. Brittsan end VanHorn of Ash
habeas corpus He was consequently re at the T imes office at 50cents a hundred.
Wolter’s handles the “8 hi ler’’ cigar, L a the bax.1, 44^/ huuX Thu vdect io clear
There were more than a million of de became discouraged and sullen, and threw
MONEY LOANEDiON FAVORABLE TERMS
manded to Marshal Ma* fi -hl's custody,
Fresh timothy and alfalfa seed sold at layed letters passed through the Portland himself in tbe stream and was carried land pretincl were in Jacksonville last Sat one ot the best bit cigars in the ma*k»t
wno turmd him over to Sheriff Birdsev, the lowest rales at the 8. F. Variety Store. postoffice during the past week, which some instance by tbe current before lie urday on land business.
He is always enterprising and accommo
along «itb Hie warrant lor his arrest, and
S. A. D. Higgins,formerly of this county,
C W. Gaillard of Ashland is now con
Could be rescued.'
’is igbne%< now derive» such satisfaction ducting a dancing-school at Roslyn, Wash. gon Shert Line railroads.
is sojourning at Bartlett Springs. Cal , for
The ditch has been breaking out of its
as may be bad from internal contempla
A snow-plow went north a few days since,
slabs cut off bearing or witness trees, to
tny bead in th« j 1.1
tion of our new patent Pauley cells. The
• i.irq and splp
expressing the fear that this country would
Max Muller, county clerk, who has been work has been done during the past week ting was puní-
i.d ha- never yet be»n even the tenn-or *rv to assist in extricating the delayed trams. never get wet through again, have sud decipher the official survey marks made quite ill, is milch improved at this writing. to repair the breaks.
; .i Illa gave
Tue mail between this place and Med denly gone where the other fellow went away back in the '50a, demonstrate conclu Dr. DeBar is in attendance.
me relief iini M«
lorn*' °« royalty, although the "Kaiser'’
tn tiais I was
Mrs. W. I Vawter recently returned euürely car«xi.
sively that the annual growth of the tree
h.s .Og.sged a|*arlmeiit» there for a brief ford is regular, even if it is not extensive. who was praying for rain
c Ithoiit Hood's
tallies in "rings" with th« years since the
Mrs. Hatch of Ashland was at '’ipckson- from her visit to Eugene, aceoinpanied by
summer -"journ; but it cau-es a gl**w of
This set winter is quite beueticial in
A railroad now runs between Crescent growth began over the snrvevor’s marks, ville last week, being a witness in (tie case In r mother, Mrs. Hill, who will remain Sarsaparilla ii. my i K h
■ 1 ihl.ik It is worth
pride to imason county that a scion of Eng ui.my ways ami la exactly what was need city and Smith river. Cal . widt h is a great
its weiglit in
iu this valley for sometime.
M. .. G. 1!. GIBB, 102#
it Las always been held by wo-xisnien that of the State vs. Him Hom.
lish nobiiii? should have tound such ele ed.
convenience to the public, although it* the number of rings corresponds exactly
Don’t forget that Rosenthal keeps a large Eighth btr«- i, s. V... ' >fiia;*tuii, ». C.
gant quarters aw—iting him here. Milord
Marriage license issued on the 24tb in prime object is to haul lumber to the sea with tbe age of the tree.
able to be about again last Monday, for the and first-class stock of goods ami sells
isn't used to being "immr up to sleep,” nor stant to John M. Ledford and Laura May- board for shipment to San Francine«».
cheaper than the cheapest. Give Rosy a
lorn (Tcmmens left here some two weeks first time since his sickness.
loeanngfrom tin platters and bowls, and field.
SoMty all dr<i;r 1
I r* pared only
call, as he will treat you well.
No doubt there w»ll be big crops of all ago for Utah, lortunately buying a second-
• inform the people of SouthernOregon that I have opened a
sadly misses his "bawih" S"d "br.iwndy ”
Mrs. Hyde of Ashland is at the court
by i I Hix i: i . • j
«*• * s.T^wcil, Mui.
O. lor ihe days of ihe s age-coach ! We kinds next season, and we w< uLl not be class ticket to his point of destination. He
and we almerelv trust b>s discomfort will
house thia week gathering items for A. 8
the management of H. H. Wolters, is prov
be brief and that Hie blockade will soon be
section and great activity in real-estate. closed over the Siskiyous, and we learn Hammond's abstract system.
ing a popular resort. The best of every
raised and admit of his removal to Port them
Miss M. M. Gallaher, the well-known thing in that line is kept there
that be is still prevented from pursuing his
Ten thousand leet of lumber al Sam's val 1 here is no place like southern Oregon.
Second-class fare from Portland t«> Chi journey, but is doing quite well, thank you. dressmaker, has removed to Medlord,
ley s< bool-house for sale by ScOit Griffin of
The film of Follett A Fowler is succeeded
cago has been reduced to |40 over (lie taking his meals regularly at the railroad wheie she will reside hereafter.
A Feasible Reub*.
by <). N.. Fowh r. the latter genfleman hav
is bring directed C 'n’inusl
have been paying Mr. and Mrs. Judge partner in the furniture business.
be b >rn lucky than rich."
Canadian Pacific. Now is the tune (<»
FOR CITV MARSHAL.
rcut^N ties to «uil, call on Captain Caton, Jackson east—that is, after the blockade is raised
of la’e l«» the practicability ot ihe route
One Al. Schwarts, after getting in debt Walton and family of Medford a visit.
Mrs. Si R. Fo lett and daughter, Miss
IIE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCER HTM-
ir<iiu Jacksonville to Crescent city, via ville.
to the publisher of ihe l’rinevhle “Review"
We are glad to notice that John Toepper
s»*lf Hf a candidate for marshal, subject to
AHImusr and W il<lo, for (he cheap <*«>n- /ftie roof on the Birdsey creek bridge was 1 te A heavy wind bl< w in the valley M«»nda\ for four years’ subscription, left the coun has almost entirely recovered Irom l.ia re Loui«»*, have returned to til« ir old h une m
th»* decision of the v<rt< rs at the ensuing town
«lrii«*ti<»n ol i» rai.roeo that w< ui»i be infi- broken down by its «eight of snow last light, which was the loierunn«*r of th«* try without paying it.whereupon said pub cent illness and is able to be about again as N» w Y >tk, since sett ing up the attiirs of election.
.uin-storm that has been prevailing since.
the d« <*ease»i husband and tafber.
mleh easier to keep c^ar of snow than tt»e week.
H. W. GRIMES.
It seemed to be what is popula ly km wn as lisher advertise d'he fact and brought suit formerly.
present route of theSouibeiu Pa« ific, while
The product of our roller mill is sold in
Jacksonville, Jan. 30, 1890.
Ladies, misses and cttildyen’s tine shoes, the Chinook, as it melted the suow very against him lor that amount. Any man
presenting fewer heavy grades, iras liable new slock, just opened at Re.y^es A
who will try to cheat the hard worked and at Grant s Paas one day last week, is re
to waahouts ami slides, mi d traversing a H bite's.
A. G ldsmith recently received a cari«»ad.
poorly-paid printer is not built on the
His Wound narrowly escaped Medford fl ur is gaining a big reputation
more productive country than that along
Win Redding reports three feet of
w -mare, und merits being published to the covering.
NEW THIS WEEK
"La grippe" ia losing its grip on south at Wiidervil|e the forepart of the week
O>e line oi the 8. P for a bundre«i miles
j«»uth oi Ashland. We Commend the route ern Oregon, and public health is improving and every stream along the road running world as an iir.r*’«‘»We chap.
J. H Faris, mine host of the Medford ho
In the building formerly occupied by J. Goldsmith
Medford cit-zeiis have already raised
It was snowing in a'l tbe higher mouii- tel. «as here one day last week. He has their
to the considrra’um of the transcontinen rapidly!
over. He tia I a hard lime getting through
agreed amount of $7500 ot the bonus
Medford, consisting of
The «taae which came from Medford last with the mail, but succeeded alter much ritiiiH dnrj’th*1
three days of rain iw<> men employed in prospecting for lime of |2<),0U0, to be tendered the new railroad
tal lines Masking a northern entrance to
d »wn h«*re, and ‘‘the baautifql” 15 piled up on bis land in Jackson creek district.
»an Francisco, as by exteu«iing it to a con- Wednesday morning had eleven passengers trouble.
to a «tupeiidou« height on the »innmiu
nrt-nun with the D«mahu»- system a ro:»d aboard.
C B. Watson aud A. A. Burienstiaw of her »pioia abu.
Armstrong farm nur Jacksonville, one
Attention is called to the n«*w advertise
built over this line could not only reader
d»ylH«tw<» k. Both of his <-»rs an* cropped
Notes, receipts due-bills, drafts etc., ill ment of the Jackson <’«>uiily Bank at Med and »iivi'lea. At Steinman station irsnuw- Ashland were here ye»lerday on legal bu i
Protracted meetings are being held in off lint no brands were n. it iceable. The own-
e«i iu»»»t of the day Tuesday and yesterday, ness Marshal Mayfield of the same place
tributary to it the entire Rogue river and book form bandy and tirst-class, at the ford,
of which W. I. Vawter is cashier It and there Is a stretch of more than 50 mile«
several of our churches lately and g«»oi1 at er Is nqiieetnl to call and pay charg.w and
upper Klamath bu-ins. but would also be T imes offi,.a
is cne of the leading banking institutions of of railroad under the undisturbed »now also came d<>wu, having in charge W. C. tendance is reported. Our town can boast tak'* th. animal away.
R. C. OGLESBY
come the »»»urea of suppin» for a great part
Roberts, the Ei'g isli "nobleman."
Jacksonville, Jan. ÍS, 1W.
of more churches than any other in
>»i I hr souiheastern Oie on p ateau. It is
.iged on Faris A Co.’s liute quarry
Mrs. Robt. Kabler and Mrs, J, F Fink, th»* valley, and each has an excellent con-
to twenty feet; even ihe telegraph pules in
now g«neraiiy conceded that it would have
dauchiers of Jas. A Cardwell of this place, gregation.
8 »rue snow still lingers in the /allev, but ^oine instances being engulfed.
be« n tar preferable for ihe O. A C. to have ackson creek.
Sunday night from Tacoma, aft* ,
Many fields are full of water,
followed th» ir survey up the South Umpqua,
The "Mail' advocate' ....
Jackson rre»*k ha*» been threatening mis being seven
< iowing It)e djvi«:e at the low pass on 1 rad
the uo..— oii th(. dlH;r.lit
chief for .sometime, and the raina of Tues
aken up and posted by theunder - ALL THE LATEST STYLES in COLLARS and TIES.
ed. as rhe grass u growing nicely ui dvr its day and \e«terdav brought tbe waters u:« pleared to find their lather's health o****-
creek and puffiuing a course almost at right drowned out.
sign«d. in Jacksonville pr««cfnct, Jack^m
town in metropolitan style,
angles to their present mute through this
The nicest and freshest mackerel just
re «•«>v*iingof white and will afford good ft e<i higher than they have b»en for Vears Tie »Ldvrablv iiut>rov<e>
county. < >r» g«»n. <»nv white y earling st**cr. with
good i«1ea to «!<» bo. as it wo
vM ev to Jacks nvill»-, and th« nce to Cres- Ceived at the S. F. Variety Store; alsootber b<*iore very long.
Bushby’s Double-Welted, Hand-Sewed Gloves; for both
r»*»l ears: n«» mark or brand visible. Ix-ft oar
grad? at the fool of cemetery hill w « n
Hon. Richard Williams of Portland trifl»*, anti any i<*ci«liiy is ea
lops down. Hav«- been fe»*ding him since No-
4,nt ‘‘iy M. d »1«»WI> ihe «oast ' Ver the table delicacies.
There is torn«* compensation in Unia w;y»he«| out almost to the corner nt
the P tias.-ed through the valley on the lart over by this method.
Ladies and Gents, Every Pair Guaranteed.
v« mb« r 1.
The <«wn<-r will take the ani
above-uxiiued route They w«»u>d ihrn have
iU tfniHn lot. while th? foot and 1 agoiiA 111
land train for California, a* compauied by
The warehouse price ot wheat ia low, aj-
D T Pritchard, an expert watebmakej mal awnv and pay obarg»w.
ba» n iiidwtwndent of high Water and would though the ioc.d demand lias raised ra’es report reaches us that, while th« snow i> 15 tfriilgra on the Willow Spnpgs roat were .b bis daughter, Mias E ilh Did. formerly
A. M. BERRY.
have had a cu’Jie fai easier to k»-ep clear of all along the line.
leet det-p m tile mountain cany« ns, theL rorn auay to ^aye the timbers. The » water T1 racticed iaw in Josephine county, und ir ai d jeweler, has op»*ne»l a tine, large stm-k
Dat»«d Jan. 30.1*90.
of watches, clocks, jewelry, etc., in Dr.
cold weather has caused the death of >arge? ha> spread over a wide eipanae, bqt
I buy for cash, thereby insuring my patrons of
Ihe board of trustees w ill hold their numbers of jack-rabbits.
Adkins' new buil«iing, and i* budding up a
not done much damage as yet.
monthly meeting at tbe town hall next
good trade. He has had 33 years* experi
It is said that « m e before,in stage-coach
Th«* recent snowstorm in the lower val
J. E. Fenton left for S|»olrane Falls, ence in the business.
da« s.thc niHih from the south w<ie dvlaye.i
Everyone know»» that there ha* been con-
Water is standing <l»*ep in the many pot
Grain sown last fall is looking weil and for 16 da\s on account of snow iq the ley has »littered essentially fr«>m any of th«- Wash., this week, where he proposes open
HE FOLLOWING R^TRAYR HAVE BEEN
•nieraUe rainfall since the iir»l of U«*lober,
a law office hi company with bis broth holes about t wn, and unless they are
famous >t «rms of “pioneer antiquity" in
reported to tbe aeoretanr of th»- H ou II m rn
Cal! and see me. I guarantee satisfaction.
»nd it nia.v prove iuterestiux at th’» iiuw is bound to make a good crop, whether any muU'itaii.s; but the present eason*sexperi that it furni*hed good sleighing in the vi er Charles. Mr. F. is an aitorney ot un fill»«l
Or<*x«»n St«H k Pr«»t»*ctive At*H>ci»tioo to date.
t«» »lata ibial up t«> two o'clock yesterday
cinity of t*“* county-seat for a c onsiderable doubted ability and integrity, ami his must ne«es- i'i!y t ilow herefrom The
II Tayl.tr. of M«*dford,report» one 3-year-
Wheis water won t»»o scarce last season it part of ine weather cleik.
•fit riKH'n the total i«»r (heaeaaou,iuciuoiug
time The mail was carried on runners many friends hoie that be wid meet with authorities shpu-d m<t overlook this matter old H. dark
*rr«y filly branded figure 7, on right
ineit«d snow, was UA.8O inc lies, or nearly is too abundant, puw. We cannot have
Southbound trains are tied up at Rose from M« dford to this place for about ten the success he deserves.
Rli«»ul<1er; light grey «pot on Dip of rurnp. Abw»
7j^ iifChe- mote iban the entire prec pita- everything to please us. “
burg,being unable lo proceed much further days, a thing u« beard of before. Il is a
filly, and one v<nr-
Charles Stephens of Williams creek came
Men who are well p»»«t«-d say that at llng steel-gr« v st»*el-«rey
ii n ol last jear. inO« to’»er the raintali
filly. I m »th branded with k*tt»*r
Much of the snow in the valley ha» dis on account of deep sn<»w and hiuh water singular circumstance, too, that with all to Jacksonville afier Dr D* Bar Tuesday
H« mlers< ii’s t«<nsorial parlors, a«!joining ■*A.” «•»<■ <>n right shoulder aud the yther on
was 2 01 inch**«. November, 3 87 ¡o b«'»; appeared since our last issue, most of it in the Cow creek section. Unless more se our terrible wider the thermometer at no morning
last, to attend up n Ins mother,
De« einher, 5 82 in«-hes; January, up to two soaking into the ground.
vere weather prevails, n is thought a tram time has registered lower than 10 degrees who is quite in. He reports plenty of snow 8. K >-eiithal’.« store, you can gel a nice, left «boulder.
comfortable shave, hair-cut or shampo >,
o'c lock on the 29th inatai.t, 8.07 inchea.
W. J. Phipp«. of Dry creek, (Medford pn«t-
at the head of Williams creek, bit ranch will» all the accessories of c can towels,
The sheriff's hotel now has two regular
Trior to January 1. 1S9U, lor the aeaNon
uftie« rep«»rlx one 2-year-oM red Rteer, with
Language is hardly strong enough to ex
sh irp razors and gen lemanly attendants. crop «nd split in right » ar «nd equarc under
there had been about « inches of snow. boarder«; but tfe»*y will not tarry long, if delayed n; ail. and the officials c ami that it
press my admiration of the merits of hay to feed their stock through.
Pete is never behind the times.
bit in l«*ft « nr. No brand vinible. Also 4 brad
5 n« e that time the follow ing is the recuM, th? trains ever run again.
hors«*«*. in<-lu«ling hay mare w»*Hrfng b«4l
Tue road« have no bottom to thepj any w ill’take ten days to catch up. A coup e ( h •rnberiain,a Cough Remedy. It ia tbe
a- meaaure«! <*n me north balcony of Brill'»
H. H. Wolters, the mixologist, tins re of
with brand on left hip that look« iik»* ”J R-’
<>f tbuu-Hnd sa< Ks of delayed Southern Pa l»e**t remedy for croup and whooping cough
Death of An oilier Pioneer.
pi.oDfraph eu lery: January 2d.
2^ where. and there wi.l be a large surplus of cific
-; one dun-colored mare um ! one 3-
mail arrived from California by steam I have ever used. During the past eigh-
:iu he» Jan. 3d. 1% inches; Jan. 12’h, 15 mud for sometime* to come.
Died, at his home in Eagle vallev. Un Carlson, thoroughly refitting it and mak yrar-old bhu k colt.
er from San Francisco this week.
u*» n years I have tried nearly all the prom
inch?*; Jan 15th, 6 inch?«; Jt»n 19ih, 4
The different roads ar? full of water,
W. B»*«w»>n. Talent. r»*port«one3-vear-o!d r«*d
Don’t forget ihat every first premium inent cough iuedic>nes on the market, but ion c«*u nt y, Oregon, Dec. 12. 1M89, Gideon the bar with the finest wines, liquors and
mt l*es ; Jan. 22d, I meh ; Jan 24m,% inch ; which makes travel more disagreeable than
with c-op an«i undrrbft in right and split
We respectfully vail your attention to our exceptionally
awarded at the district fair lor tine photo •»ay, and with pleasure, to«», that Chamber C. Holcomb, a native ot Ohio; aged 71 cigars, ami a fine billiard table can also be cow.
a graiul total of 39*^ inches—Ui.q'iestion- would otherwise be lha case.
in ’eft <*ar; double wattle under jaw; brand
graphic work wa« carried off by L«xgan.
ai l) the greatest am*>unt since 1N j 2 The
hip. indistinct. A 4-montha-old calf In
same mai k w ith the cow. Inquire of T. Engel.
lowest teini eramre register» d at Mr. Britt'» nounces that he is a candidate fur marshal the Ashland photographer, for his unri For sale at City Diug 8torv, Jacksonville, nia in 1863. and in 1856 mined at Ja< k-«>n- treat you well.
valed portraits and views. W hen you want
place was on the morning of the 8th and at
Ervine L. Brown, who purchased Red Phcruix. for th»*m.
viile and in southern Oregon. He was Well
21sl «4 January, when the ihermoiueier
yearling leraey heifer with und»*r-bit in
known to miners throughout the -tate, den'» bia< ksuiithshop in Medford not
Every atresm, no matter how small, is him.
registered 11^ degrees above zero. The
W? regret excee»iingly to hear of the loss having mine«! in almost every camp of itn- long since, die i last Friday < f pneumonia, right <*ar, and crop off left <*ar, is at Plymale’s
raunall duru g the present »Corm has tooted running bankftiil, and even the slough«
Owing to the shifting of the c hannel of sustained by our old friend Q. N. Ai.der- |Mjrtan«'e from California to Idaho. He after a «bort illness. He was .33 years of livery stable in this place.
up fur the first day, Tuesday, 83-100 inch; ami swales are full of water.
Fr«*d. Barneburg, Medford, reports one red
Jackson creek it became necessary this >>>n of Phoenix, in the death ol bis estima was a genial, whole-souled gentleman, and ige ami Caine tn the vadey from Klamath
yesterday, up to two o clock. 93-1U0 in« h
Keep your eve on th»* Orchard Hom? As m«>rnitig to remove the stock of marble ble wife last week. He is doubly bereft, had
bail many friend»,
friend-. From 1864 to 87G he county a few month« ago. A wife an«! sev yearling heifer. tnark»*d with crop off right
Ihe rain’lall 9IOCe has teen fully
inch sociation's scheme. It wiil boom as »ooh au«l monuments from the Jacksonville mar having bur'ed his youngest son but a few was a "esident of Dixie creek, in Grant eral children mourn the loss of a* kun! hus »•ar and under-bit in left car; wattle undi r jaw.
R. J. ('amvxon, ('niont»>wn, report» the fol
which »boule* he added lo the above figures as tbe weather will permit.
ble work* to a place of safety, and the days previous. Mrs. Anderson came to < county, and for the last few years of bis band ami fattier.
lowing .o Drew's place on Applegate: fine 8-
in making an estimate of the total
All Wool Ladies' Broadcloth, 52 inches Wide.
Semi the TiMKstovour friends East, or buddjng itself is th re itened as we g«» to this valley with her husband and children life he was engaged in
E. W. Starr owns ihe patent for the Ad y«*ar-old brindl»* steer, marked crop off left
from Texas, many years ago, and »luting valley. He leaves a »on and d-uigliter, mit at ion ironing boat»!, which comin«*nds <*nr, crop an»l under-bit in right; also S-ycar-
at any other place. It answers better than press.
Fertile in Kmouree.
Jas. N. Holcomb, of Eagle valley, and Mrs. itself to tbe la«iie> at sight He niaiiufau- «»1'1 red an«l whit«* st»*«*r. with under-bit in left
all the tetters you can write.
This unpre«*edented winter weather ts se- :
«•ar and two slits in right ear. Brands not vis
ous for her many Christian virtues. She .
It will be remembered that the last
The 8. F. "Examiner” is tbe best paper veieon noth'ng but stea k interests, and leaves a large family to revere her memory James F. Cleaver of Cracker city, and ures them t«» order, ¡iy an ingenious de ible.
many grand-children to mourn bl' loss.— vice the biard can he attached <«> th«* e«!ge
l<» Pr°* on tbe coast Don't fw^l to leave your sub they are nut likely to suffer much, unless and follow the precepts she exemplified.
J. P. Walker, Ashland. rei»«»rts one r«»an 2-
[Grant County News.
of a t »bl« , an I stands < ut level with its top y»*ar-ol»i
more sn«»w should fall. Where plenty of
vnie tor the relief ol indigent soldiers, sail scriptions at the T imes office.
st«-«-r. with under-half crop in l«*ft
winter Mr. II E. Kinkade, collector
in a manner t«» insure the greatest comfort «•iu* an«l short crop off right ear; indistinct
•r« and marine« ■ a* d to ensure them dec ent
The jury was finally discharged last Fri feed has been provided, as it sh«»ul«l alw* iys for Last
and c»»nveniem-e in ironing.
the United States Express Company, at
bran«l «>n left hip. Also one old “pleded" oow
interment A survivor ot the late unpleas day, ami nothing but equity case» are now be kt the prope r season, loss of stock wiil
Vick’s Floral Guide
Des .Voines, lows, was severely troubled
antnrsM living <»n Butte creek, wno did not being heard in the circuit court.
i he initiatory steps h ive been taken for with two splits In right <-ar, crop, split and
with chilblains. The swelling and intense Is one of the handsomest catalogues pub th*- organization of a lodge of Knights of under-bit in left ear; brand not visible.
wish lo “hypothecate bi» honesty" tn or
Douglas county citizens have organized
lished. The illustrations are intended to Pythias at Metltord, ami it wiil d«»ubiiess
L. <.’. Boll«-. Engle Point, r«*p»M*ta one 4-year-
der to carry the old brindled cow through
tures mor»*, than a clear sk n ? ’ Even plain itching of his ftet was a great annoyance
•l<i r«-«i st»*er. with under-bit in right and split
tbe prevent troublous snow .-iege, having I a c»uupany to w«*ik the recently discover»*«! features are made at'raclive by a dear to him. He trie«! several remedies without give the reader a correct idea of the plant soon tie instituted with a »barter member • in
left «*ar; also on«' 3-y««ar-o|<i red st«*er. with
heard that it was the duty oi the c«>unty
complexion. To secure this, purity your
ated, absurd pictures which deface so many ship of not less than twenty-five. The in cr«>D off th«- l».*tt an«! tipper-si«>pe iu right ear.
^t 1« evident that ihe county will have
»ui.'irt to provide him with thirty dollars'
blood with Ayer’s Sarsapardla 1« iia\ no Ch «mbcrlain’s Pain Halm He savs ne catalogues and reflect upon the ¡n’»grity of stitution has m» su| er or among th- purely 1 No imnda r«'p«»rt<*d.
aorch < t c. offin »nd sbr«»ud,posted off to ¡he Xig contract of bridge building on hand j ial. Price |1. Six bott es, |5. Worth only applied it three times until bis feet
social orders, ami will doubtless add much
Polk Hull, Spikenard, report« one white
were entirely well and free from itching those who issue them, do not appear in to th«* frat«*rnal life «»f Medford.
£«>unt>>»» at when die »now was at it*» deep-/ next season, if the rain« continue.
heifer. 1L^ y«*ars old. marked with crop off
J5 a buttle.
right ear and swallow-fork in left ear. No
esl to inUNTVh'W the court. “Judge,” said
Genuine Log Cabin maple syrup, the
Miss Jessie C«>uthoui failed to give her bran«!
Superintendent Mitchell has been send Jacksonv’lle, ami by Engel Bios., rbcBnix. eral new kinds are offer« d. among them the
be, *'is tin» th«« g so.about the county bein' be^t and purest in tbe market, lor sale at ing out the annual supply of sch«>ol sup
Early Market. It is said to l»e of the Obi«» promised entertainment, under the au
A. Young. Eagle Point.r»*porta on»*4-year-
compelled to give each of US «»id vets, thirty th? B F. Variety sl»»re. Try a ran
Perry F«»ster wu» in town from Rogue class
spices of the8 iciety of Uhri-tt tn End avor, «»1«! N. r»*«d
line-back st»*t*r; ear-marks, crop, split
doiiars when we die, u» get buried on?”
high water washed off’ the foot-bridge^ tea hers and clerks by the stat superiri- river on Tuesday and reports the snow
marketing, a* the quality is ex« e 1« nt last Thursday. She attempted to return and under-bit in right car, swallow-fork in
'* Yes,” the court admitted, ‘‘that's about across Daisy creek, near Wm. Redding’s Xeiulent. The tea« hers’ forms are th»* same hanging on in an aggravating manner in early
indistinct brand on left tup.
in the early stages of growth or “unripe”
’he s ze of it." The vet. h tched bis tall
as last year. Ihet lerks’ are improved in
,1. M. Wagner. Sxia Springs, reports one red
The entire catalogue is one ttiat th»* steam» r at Portland and get around
( oiqj a notch closer the c ourt and suit! c*on-y residence, on Wednesday aft« moon.
ha»l misse»l two irip**, but took an extra condition.
the R. N. Y. gieatly commends to the ex tbe t>l«x-kade in the 8iskiy«»us, to enable and white ?-y« ar-ol«i cow; « ar-marks, crop off
Fresh buckwheat and graham flour, oat some respects.
fi tenUai.'y. “Well, Judge, 1 wish you’d
horse a-ong the la«t trip and had some ex- amination
of its readers—¡Rural New-
Eminent physicians everywhere recom pedatmns of getting through to the big
just give uw» that thirty «t«»llars now; I meal, trilicum. germea ami other articles
Th»* bank .-afe of the Jackson count«.- braiul l«s>ks Iik«- “HI.”
mend Ayer’- Cherry’ Pect«»ral as the most timber. No news find been receive«! fr»«in Yorker.—8end 10 cents (which amount
need it to buy feed with, and I’ll take in this line at the 8. F* Variety Store.
be de«fucted from first order) to James ha1 k i« a “multum in parvo” nr rang» in- ».
chances <»u a»y relative« bu\in' me a box
It has been several years sine? the soil <»( reliable rerne«iy that < an he ha«l for colds, up the river but it was rumored that stock may
W. Bish. Ashland, reports one 5-year-
gular j *w. 1 of a saf<*. w- 1 h ug but S uh ol«l Austin
1 don't believe any thirty dollar coffin at southern Oregon was thoroughly soaked,
«try cow. yellowish color, with long crop
owners h >d been deterred from driving out of guide.
snort crop «»ff right ear. Indistinct
X«an |»rn.es’d coyer me Tu rn end to end and this wet weather is just the thing.
from 1 hat section, owing to the fact that no
1.amitc proof, with » hil e«i-sieel bolts, and brand on left hip.
best publication of the kind, and lull of in f»*e«i can be obtained on the road, arid their
And he drew lus six-feet five
The T ime » has the most complete job formation.
Wm. Taylor. Ashland, reports four animals
anatomy up With a tone of expec 'ancy. office south of Albany ami turns out the
animals would starve on the drive.
chronometer, et«- The engraving is Very a* follows: On«* re»l 2-year-oid steer, ear
In all th? World there i* but on? Cure,
Ballot paper t«* t>e legal must hereafter Lo*s«*s have been light up to this time.
The court has the ma’ter under advise • best printing at 8an Francisco prices.
marks. crop and under l»it in right <*ar; brand,
Or. Haines* Golden Hprclflc.
There is dtmger oi many of the bridges
“F M ’ on right hip. One red 2-y«*ar-oM steer;
A few copies of the American Bettiers tickets used at the general el»-ction must be
An infantry company of th«* Oregon Na »*rop
It can be given in a cup of tea or coffee
and split in right and under-split in left
Guide, standard authority on all land twelve Inches long, and four inches wide, across tributaries of Ihivue river, in the without
<-ar; no brand vlsibl« . One 2-y«*ar-old white
lower portion of the v.dlcy, being floated
Th- almighty <!«>har—the few have too matters, may be found al tbe T imbs office. and tickets used at special or muni« pal ofl by slack water from the river when the it, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, t» w «lays -ince, with the ¡«»How ng commis st« » r; ear-mark look< l*k«* swallow-fork and
under-bit in right, and upper-naif crop in left
many and the many have Uo few. The
U U Snider was confirmed as receiver elections must be bix inches long and four fl od c «nies. Road supervisors should s«*e whether the patient is a moderate drinker sioned officer.-«: R. T Youiu*. captain; »•ar;
brands “i< ' on It ft hip, “heart” brand on
many *b<»u!d strive to wave a | art of each oi publi«* iimnrys at th * l^akeview land of inches wide
Ihuusamls of Horace N’l holson. first lieuten » t:<»eorge right hip. On«* 2-year-old roan st»*er with hole
to it that such structures are properly or an alcoholic wreck.
<ioi ar which comes by toil. There is a fice by the U. 8. senate on the 21)’h instant
The case of the state vs E M. Roten, weighted or anchored to place until the wa drunkards have been cured wholiave taken Barden, secuml h»*utenant. N«m-«*<>inni.s in right an I cr»»p off left »-ar; no bran«ls gtv-
.7« inrh'Tricutn......... . JSOOftfJa Irard<
place in Grant’s Pass, Oregon, where
convicted of robbery. Las t»een appealed to ters in rhe main stream subside. Of ihe Golden Specific in their c< ffee without stoned offhers will be app inted by the en. fin»* 2-y»*ar-»»ld r»d heifer, marked with
No «now has fallen in this va lev for sev the supreme court; also th it of the State course
inon«-y can be saved whin buying. It pays
their knowledge, and to-day believe th» y captain. Georg«* Barden. Horace Nich »1-, I crop an»l split in left ear and split and upper
toluythe«e Go to (be Red 8»ar ¿tore eral »isys. though cot>siueri»ble has pi:e»l up vs deo Chastain, convic»e«i in th»* c ircuit across one of our mountain streams when quit drinking of their own free will No son. E. W Carder ami Hairy H nibret ai«u><* iu right « ar; iv> brands visible.
mid ! buy 2 papers needles fur 5c.; 3 buitles in tbe inulin tains since the last issue of the court for Klamath county of selling liquor th«* water comes »town its precipitous chan harmful effect results from its administra were appoint» d a committee to draft by-
on th«* at»«>vc parties for further information
good sewing ma« bine oil lor 25c , chil T1 m as.
without license. B«»th will probably be ar nel in a torrent 1 but with a bridge across a tion. Cures guarantee«!. Send for circular aws and constitution Mediord ha« a- fine as to the animal».
be pleas«»! to >Uiuw 4c»»ds vr furnish saniplreby mall. Reipcctfully.
Tbe sheriff is patiently waiting for the gued next month.
dren's SI 25 shoes lor 90c.; ladies’ 84 50
slack-water channel it is different, and a and full particulars. Address in confidence, and niably looking a set of boy.« as any
Mid sh<«.s/ui S3 50; etc ., etc., e|c. Prices trains to run again, so that he can turn
SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Race Jftreet, town tn the stat«*, and with «areful drill
Harney county’s capital-seat location, to little care will frequently save them when GOLDEN
wi 1 show as creditable a military com
won«i«*rluiiy low. In these days of Lurry over Chas. Doble to the penitentiary offi be voted on next Jun: , already w axes overflowed.
pany as tiie best of them in a year or two.
ami rush, business is governed by the law cials.
warm The v«»te between Burns and Har
of dollars and cents There is no friend
The sn >w cau«ed a temporary cessation
Public Park for Oregon.
The case of Beekman vs. Hamlin, which ney is going to lie close, and if half ad.-zen
the valley are having difficulty with
ot trade in town, owing, partially Xo the
ship in business Study your <*yvn inter- has been appe:»led to the supreme court, cross-road settl«*»;ients also put in claims in
One day last week the I’. 8. senate passed siopnagt* of traffic on the railroad and
Gel the best bargains you Can will come up fur hearing at the March for the county buildings there is no telling their stock since it became necessary to
fee«! on dry hay alone Those who had a bill granting to the state of Oregon town partly to
Make the omn>|M*tent cash do its level term.
“ ' fact * that tunny of the l»est
w’iiere they will go.
stored up roots of any kind- turnips or ships 27, 28, 29. 30 and 31 south, in ranges 5 customers
best On this baais you are cordially in
Medf«»rd merchants were kept
>ts, preferably—found them a bonanza and 6 east of the Willamette meridian, for at h'ltne by of impassable
J. W. Bowden, of the new firm of Jack-
vited l«» visit the Red btar Store. Grant s
roads, stock feed
b«*ing free from any injurious son A Bowden, has g«»ne to Roseburg to during this siege of snow. When sheep a public park. 1 his location for a proposed ing and other duties incid» nt to ranching.
P ass , Oregon, when- the prices are aston preparation,
The preseqt storms are not causing dis
etc. They have a large assortment ot new on dry hav alone. Especially is this tbe and Klamath counties, including the won couragement, however, as our business
W. E D ean .
For th? best glassware, crockerv, etc. and elegant designs, and their pric es are case with sheep that have run on suminer , derful and sightly Crater lake. The center men are fully aware that th«* fert lizing in
< the park will be fifty miles east of Rose fluence of tb»;»n »w will insure b<iunt**«>ua
—plain «nd fancy—g»> 10 the 8. F. Variety reasonable We understand that Mr. Sow- range where the watering plat es were in- of
Departed this Life.
Alike pay homage to
8tore Prices very low and satisfaction den has taken several orders at Grant’s feste«i with leeches. A sheep may live a burg and the same distance north of Link- < rops next summer; an«i the present slack
A telegram was received by James Drum guaranteed.
year or more after becoming a prey to ville and will be thirty miles north and ness in business but gives them an oppor
last Monday evening announcing the
Southern Oregon is re: uted to have rail let « he«, but will not flourish or fatten, and south by twelve miles east and west.
tunity to straighten up their business, bal
Very much rain has fallen since the
death that dav at her home in Oakland
communication with the outside when put on dry hay alone soon en»is his
ance their booksaml cel ready lor the rush
California, of Mrs. Sarah J. Drum, wife of
of spring trade and harvest.
John S Drum All old cltixens will te- and slowly that no very great damage has world, but has not enj >yed the luxuries ing that it does not pay to frequent a sum
thereof for sometime past. Suspension of mer range where leeches abound.
From America’s best breeds: Wyan-
member deceased us vne ol ttie brightest resulted so far
Anotlirr Man Hntie
Plymouth Rocks. Light Brahmas,
The different postmasters have been en
and most amiab'e voting ladies in southern
Perhaps the readers of the T imes would dottes,
Brown and White Leghorns, Partridge Hi» “stockinx by the cliiinn y with care"
Oiegon m pioneer da. ". She was married joying a t omi arativ? holitfa/. as the mails ially irksome. Even in the dav*» of (be like
to John 8 Drum m Jacksonville about the a»e very irregular and for many days did siage-coach we never were punished so (’«»ugh Remedy is better than any other. Cochins, White Wyandottes and Black and was tickled almon to death to find
bacEv as now
M inorcas. Winners of the highest honors that bi» Rood Wife had anticipat.-d his li^ar
year lHdO, and lias resided continuously at not arrive al all.
In about four months th** p»*opleof Jack- We wi|« tell yon. Wiien this Remedy is at %l| the large exhibitions fur the past at hand «ants and filled the stocking with'
Oakland since their lemoval to that place
pirmurn were damage«!
taken as directed, a.* mo «> d as a cold ha« eleven
standard s ed». grown and put up l»y D
trom here 8be leaves surviving three somewhat by the raging waters of Daisy son c<»un«y will be c alieii np»»n to cho»»se been
contracted, arid before it has become
Egg«. |3 per setting; two settings, |5. M Ferry A Go., D-troit, Michig.n, who
sons and two daughters, trie fruits of their creek yeateiaay, quite a string of fence be- who shall serve them for the ensuing two settled in tbe system, it will counteract the
years. Considering the shortness of the
Send stamp tor catalogue. Addiess.
on application will mail you tree a copy of
Uol-tn, a brother. Will. Gsss, and IWo sis mg wa»be«l away.
interim, candidates are very quiet. Prob
ters Mrs. Alex Martin, Sr., and Mrs. Jas.
J. M . GARklsoN,
tlieir Seed Annual lor 1890. Tl.is. is the
lines were down everywhere ably they will be more demonstr itive when verity, if not effectually cure the cold in
Forest Grove, Or.
T. Glenn The c ai-e oi her death was con for Telegraph
most useful of all sei d catalogues, not only
sometime, but bot.’i companies have the sn >w un its anti the groundhog makes two days’ time; and it is th? only rentedy
sumption. from which she bad Uan suffer
r experienced yardFners, but
ing since ibe mouth ot February, 1S87
novice a. wed. Semi your name
ny with nature and aids nature in relieving
Report all Estrays.
Portlan»! at this writing.
dress for copy to D. M Ferry
Farmers generally have taken warning the lung«, opening the secretions, liquefy
The big ttu»Ml wh have heard so much from former exceptional winters and have
Stockmen throughout tire county are re troit, Michigan.
Alanwt a 8?riou« Accident.
about occurred in the IT« nth of December, lap! up sufficient feed to last through the ing the min us and causing it’s expulsion ( quested to report estrays for the next tw«»
fr< in rbe air cells of the lungs and restor months to the secretary of the Slock Pro
Or e night la*t week Dr E P O?ary of f 1861. although there was very high water season.
who have not been so prov ing the system to a strong and healthy
Flteiilun»Me, Durable Clothing.
Me«Rord was »umnione«i t<» «be b (Aside of I during ihe forepart of 1862.
ident will undoubted v lose a large percent Oondition. No other remedy in the mar- , tective Association. Wm M Holmes, at
OmntDisMohcr Taylor at Eng1? point, and
Sullner, our live nienbant tailor,
A portion of W. J. Plymale’s stable fell age of their stock. Nob »dy should keep But possesses these remarkable properties.
It is a lull line i>( the finest elolbs mu]
while on bis way timber,accompanied by w with a loud < ra«h yesterday. Mr P will more
sto.-k than they can feed under any No oilier will cure a cold as quickly or ( possible and owners notified. Particular triiuiuinus on hand tor suits and imnts,
driver, came near losinx bis li«e in one of ’ renova’e th? buildii g thoroughly as sodn circumstances.
care should be given to reporting ear marks
leave the system in as sound a condition. and brands where visible.
th? swales between Central Point and the as the weather wid permit.
which 11*1 is prepared to tnaae up in the
I take pleasure in announcing to the public in general that I have
We have had no mail from the north for «50 cent ana one-d«>llar bottles for sale at
'I be fuelling »now wuo ffixtding the
latest styles. A p-O' til la i ever allowed
country and had gorged the < hannel in the
to leave the shop. Cail on him and you
the Telegraph Variety Store, and have anew and firtt-
at Valuable Tool?-
will be guaranteedsatialacliou. His prices
■ wale just br ow the road, causing the water morning an»! a little sn’»W Ml- Tf,H lot of delayed eastern mail came through. Engel Bros., Phoenix.
1 have ured Swift's Specific (S. 8. 8.) with aiequite reasonable.
clatte stock of goods, which I ant tiling at the lowest prices.
to ba< k up in th»* road to the depth of several weather ha» turned cool and the danger of It is likely to be several days before anoth
er train wiM reach this valley, and until
WINNER OF THE GRAND
good results. Asa tonic it is valuable: as
feel, un i Hl the darkness the team became a flood is past for the present-
a blood purifier it is reliable.
unmanageable ai d one of the h«>r»rs was
The foundation of J. A. Cardwell’s resi- then we must amuse ourselves with re-read
Rhv. J. H. JxrrxRso»,
drowned, although the occupants »»f the d»ne»* gave way duiiig the w< ek an«! he ing what we have read before several time*. of in the circuit court since our la«t report;
All knowing thenist I wk indebted to th®
bu/gy cut the annuals loose in »hr emieavor has returned 10 the Merritt residence on
The last legMiature enlarged the bounda
PETEK J. CHAVNEK
Give me a Call and be Convinced.
State vs. Horn Him; indictment for as.
8. F. Variety Store are requested to call
lo save them. Il has i een remark able that ' Valley street with hi» family.
ries of the c«»rp «ration of .la ksont die, s«> sault; trial by jury and verdict of acquittal.
Now h Your Chanct.
more aciidente of Ibis kind have not oc
State vs Charley Ih-b'e; indictment for
It has been several weeks since we re- that several parties can iv»w vote at the
money due this establishment 1» needed.
curred «luring the fl >< <1*« <>f me putt week.
I reived any California mall, and it is ditfl- coming municipal election who were una larceny in a dwelling-house. Plea of guilty
Lots adjoininx the city park of Medford,
J. It. WRITSMAN, Vio^P MR id rot.
W. F. RIAD. President
and defendant sentenced to one year’s im the most desirable in town, will be sold on
< ult to ted when any from between Ash
Hay for Sale.
land and Redding will arrive.
J. X. ■LDKRKIX,8M.aDdlfeDaCer
the installment ptan, and at very reason
J. W. CUSICK. Treasurer
Twenty tons of hav. of good quality and
in the (own 1 units, as the last amendments
F. A. Stricklin vs J. G. Birdsey; to re
Mr- Mary M 11» r, D D G. M., not being
C. W P alm .
baled well, can be bought by calling on J.
Delinquent subscribers should never al to the charter have nut been published cover p« rsoiial property Default entered able rales.
tH»le p » be ¡ re-en». P G. M. Boyer installed
II. Howard, oti the Davison place near
and verdict rendered giving plaintiff pow-
the offic ers of Ruth Rebekah Degree Lodge low their daughters to use the T imes for a as yet.
Medford, or on Chas. Nickell. Jacksonv die.
Shakes aud shingles.
It is said that sU«ck losses in the Dead se>si »n of the property in dispute.
No. 4 I. (>. U. F , on Monday evening last bustle when there is so much due on it-
A supply of the best shakes and shingles
Beekrn m Ac Rennies vs. J. A. Hanley et
Iiulian section will be quite heavy unless
The following is a list of the officers f«»r they might taxe cold, you know.
has just been received at the T im eh office
the en-uing term ; N. G., Mrs. Alice Ul
The news went over the wires yesterday spring arrives b»-f<»re very long. Early al. rth°r.ft*s sale on f recloeure confirmed. which will be sold in quantities to suit at
rich; V G , Mrs. Emeline Turne r; K 8., that tbe depot platform at Grant s Piss feeding has almost exhausted the hay there,
Wm. Deneff; F 8, Mrs W J Plymak ; wa*» submerged early yesterday morning, and the snow is very deep and liable to be Hansen- action for damages. Demurrer reasonable rates.
badlv crusted every frosty nigh’, rendering to complaint overruled.
treasurer. Mrs F ames Luv; warden. Free! ami the snow was rapidly leaving.
Could more conclusive evidence I k * riven of
Ho, Par Content Point.
it extremely difficult for stock to move
Lny . Con., Mrs. M< Ute Krause. K. 8. N
It* intrinsic worth ?
about, even where it is possiole to cut
The undersigned has fitted up a stage
. K Kubb; I, > N G.. Mrs. Mi ry Mil
A* th»* authorized representative of the
ler; K a V G . W J. i'lymale; L. 8. V. another dry apell like we experienced last browse for them.
Simmon’» Liver Regulator, the favorite which will make regular trips between For business pursuits at th - Portland Bu«in»*ss White,« I offer mj patrons the beat wwlng CASH
f> . Mrs Ellen Kubii; 1. G.. L. Pupovitcb. season. Such a thing only happens in
in the woriy. The expert« of Europe
Residents of the Willamette section are home retue ly, is entirely vegetable, and it
southern Oregon once in a life time.
utilizing the river for transports!.on and the purest and best family medicine that with all trains, from and after Aprill.lSKS. nnder the inanagepicnt of A P At-i t: g have and America have pronounced the fact.
J ohn A. Lovx.
Our delinquent subscribers will please traffic purpuaes this winter more than ever is compounded. No error to be feared in
Mine course of siudies an«! same rttt, -eot lui *' *».
before. It is within the range of the prob administering; no injury from exposure
J. W. BOWDEN,
The following basinet* has hesn trans- remember that the first ol the year is a able
n j 11 cmn ,
that this valley will use Rogue liver
ac ed in probate court. Judge Neil presid g«M»d time t<» Burn over a new leaf and pay
Tjq»ewriting. I’eninan*hip and Engli-h I>epnrt
up what tbev owe the T imwh It does not for transportation to tide water before ue.t preventive medicin. and safe to take
ing, since our la*t report:
The regular term of the probate and
mat'er what the sickness may prove to
at any time. Fotj“inl C m .U o . • ad <■»»
Estste and guardianship of Andley Por «eem much to you, but |4uOO of delinquent spring opens. If the snow doesn’t go off in no
county commissioners’ courts for Febru. mitted
um .»•« (wlirge,
ter, minor. Inventory and appraisement
ary will be held next week.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorla.
* Portland, Oregon. VR
a speedy cure.
go bodily down stream.
Pay up and have a clear conscience.
jDea and approved.
Jackson County Bank,
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LADIES' WOOL VESTS AND PANTS, SCARLET AND WHITE. ~
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