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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1890)
Retake of PrecedingH’rame I
nuF. AND THJUtK.
Linn county buffered severely from the
Wf regret to learn that H. Richanlenn
na*- l;:*d tl.v m sf.-riune to lo-e a numb r flout in H e Wil nnirtt» rti 1 its tributaries,
h Vo g be n re- or » ’ that every bridge
Fu the roads at once.
hard rati or.
J. it Howard of Medford precinct railed
I A uiHiibt-r o* h»-iises were w*n-h»*d uw -i\ at : «iurmg lue w» ek.
Don’t fail to pay the printer.
F EHKl AK Y 13. !'!•>.
TH I K-PAY
* l;e hig pile <.f wood in the court house i Ah .mt a> «1 other p u t» al<> g the liver
M..y<»r Howard h emb«Li-hing his town
Read the new advertisements.
W. 8o »nichseii of AsLlaud spent a day
y-ir«l shrank awuv aim .s; entirely while
\V. H. Bi’lwi k <»f Vnioniown piec,n<t pro} erty with a Lew fem e.
<n '.own this we« k.
the sn w was on the ground, someth ng
Circuit court adjourned until next Satur unprecedented.
humm e<i c<»n»'d«iat>' dam ige at his | lace
Messrs Wolters. Barr and Gruby w» re
T. 1*. Long ot Grant’s Fats Visited our
The full«»wing bu»ilies» as been disposed day.
tiom »lie washing nway of rail« »nd (ei cing
t the county-.-«al last Monday.
tuw’n last Tuesday.
ot in the circuit « uurt sin< e our la-t repot 1 :
I he infant child of Mr. an«l Mrs. E. P. and th»- sluicing < it oi a:i a- re or two of
Valentines in reckless profusion at 8. F. I lexeue <T lablr R „■» precinrt died out 1 h »i» e 1 uni. Mr Bost wick was raised in a
Ever Brought to Jacksonville is Now being Opened up at
Newt. Jacobs and wife are spending H
Beekman A Reame» vs. Hanley «k L «ve; Van« ty Store.
Our old friend Jacob Wa x visited Jack
d«y la?t w .- vk
Wv exiei.4 ollr sjmpalby w< Il-watered country, h »weverf and m not few «lays with friends in this place.
to f -reel« se mortgage Decree aud ju«lg
The railroad company wishes to employ io the b-reft family.
afraid of a little moisture.
m< nt for |l0.49u, $500 attorney's fe<* and
Ju.ige Hanna of Jacksonville, the well-
all the nu n puss b e.
J. 11. Wrisley of Central Point precinct
costs and di.-bursem» nte.
Indications are that b < me uf the towns known lawyer, visited our town on Mon
ci lied on us la^t 8aturday.
H C. 1« w«s vs J. G Birdaey, et «I ; to
A black bear was killed near Ashland -.'««I I'oiiiidK of potatoes bv tbe freshet, in the Willamette w« re cut ofl from the day.
recover per* on »1 property Moiton lor new some weeks ago.
whirh is a mailer of regret to tbe consum world mor** completely than was ibis val
Jas. Park, marshal of Central Point, vis
trial ov> rruled and t me extend d tur filing
The flood widened Bear creek channel to ited the li.MEs office last Munday.
ley by the flood. Little newb has be»n re
The nights are cool and we are having er of tbe festive spud.
bill - 4 « x ♦ -ptio *s t M ticu 1.
ceived from Altiatiy, and if is thought the
Consisting of the Standard Goods Manufactured by the HAMILTON-BROWN
T» b grams i, cirved in the val'ev yesterdav wire» have b-en badly demoralned b »th in many places.
Jas-. ( ardwell was quite sick again one
Batate «»t Wm. Giho.v, an insolvent frost rrgmarly.
or., t tod
.. I i o e.rt.,1
. a ....« . 1 b .t another
• . lantMnle
nigbt.ibis week, but is tauier now.
deb’ r. Claim »t 8. I at tersun f«»r |lu<X) al-
Shoe Company of Chicago, for
Sav.ige Bros. « f Central Point were here I hvluu...
i.orth and south of that plat e
Bear creek has been fordable at thia
, between Mott ami Dunsmutr would delay ,
i<»Wv«l in i lie »UlU «»f
a tew days since.
Geo. U. StepheuBun and R. B, Quelch
trains a we» k or >u Linger
R J. t’fttneron >ust»ined pretty heavy |M»mt, a short di.itanc( above the bridge sn?
D. M O-b me X C vs F. Hubnard; to
of Ashland were in town yesterday.
tirtniNgeM during the huh water in little sine? last Friday.
D-murrer tu i -tnp. nni
G<» and see tho v v I» n ines at the S. F.
Ro'««! HU|' IViSQFS,
f out VOUT fi rcCs Api 1» gate, the stream taking away several
sustained au«i judg«uenr given defendant Va iety Store, Jack-uiiv the.
K K. Drum, the wideawake agent lor
an 1 r pa r the thoroughfares at once. The thousand rails ami threatening his barn
AT PRICES TO Sl’IT THE TIMES
ing lit tie daily paj
for the past week, 8tavei «k. daiavr ul Meuiuid, is iu town to
Fresh garden ami fl«»w»»r seeds of all r- iui work caniml be »¿pviided tu better snd outbuildings at one time. His lower win« h is well received.
1 B. Williams vh . Rosella Berry,et al ; lo
kinds at ibe 8. F. Variety Store.
bolt >in land wa*' principal!* in mead »w, j
rvn.ru» deed. D« vr»ei«»r plaintdl.
Miss Agnes Gibsun is urgamxing «class in Ijadi»*»* French Kid Hand-Sewed Coininon- Women', Dongola M.S. Half Opera Button Women'. French Kid Turned Opera Slipper».*
A freight train tcok si veral ctir' -ads of
B«-ssir L. Mess* nt« r vs J. J. D-ni « >U Ii lie ;
Notwithstanding the him kade. J Nunan hence did not sluice away badly.
Pure honey, in nice pitchers, at the 8. F.
Sens<* Button Shoes; widths (’. D. and E; per
«nil hus already secuieu several
Shoea iti widtliaE. and EE., and Mine in Com-
I- » f-«r« i* ose im»r!g ig •. De«tree gì ante«1
has a l'«rg«* a d first-«- a-« stock of goods
aud also xame in Dongola; width V.
l^s now general y believed by the mi 'X1'1
Variety 8tore. Onlv 50 cents euch.
mon Sense style, widths E. and F. per
11.8 Etnei> v- J. A. >wdt : u» foreclose
and sells h s . < h a • as »-v«-r. Give h-m a lyffi peopiy chai an mirely new rail ■ a 1 Pass «»uc day tbis week.
m» « i.a ivS ntn. Deinurier to conti lamt
It is thought that th»* circuit court will cail and judge lor yourself.
French Kid S. H. Turned duttoM.
«in X ^.Mi-s M. M. Ga hil.er has st* ured apart
^must h- < onstructed ulong the hig dam
adjourn lor the term next Saturday.
D. M« rtick of Yieka «! e«i of dr«»psy ot/ <*;iu-ed by the land-s ide in C«»w creek can ments with Mrs. F B. Ticknor. when* she visited ihe Cvuniy-stai un legal business un Saini* in Half Opera Button; widths I». and E.
Dongola. No Hoel. Button.
il C 8<ov< v*. Oregon K frigerating am*
per pair............................................................|;, oo Women*« D«»ng<»Ia. M.S. H.-B. <u*«. Opera
First-« ass cedar fence posts for sale in ’h-* 25 h ult . ii*« d il> ut (Tfi years, lie w «*« yon. Th'* water above the d im is about will continue the dressmaking busiue-s.
hr .it E vm > « rating < «•. rt a».; t-« mrrdo&e
Seventy feet d» ep and the obstruction is
H»x,*led. Tipped Button.
IB nrv Rmbardson and John 8«*bntidei’
JuLn liuttvi w«»i th, *he Applegate scbuul
m«( hai« r - a« n. Jmi.mvn to« $286 N>.
vs earing aw a y very -L»w iy.
h ««I lived at Yieka for 27 years.
in < oiuinori-S« n.s<- style, same widths.
«»I Medford were ut the county-seat a lew u uent-r, ia sojourning at Asniund dur.i g La die»* French I’pper». Hand-Sewed Button
1». L. M* ’».'•• iigvr vs. H A * ,t>r ; lure-
riir Ashland normal school is condu» t
8. Heeled. Tipped Button.
E H. Bel inge-ami hi» son < 'hades at «lay» since a»i«l ieit their order» fur th? «ne bluCRadv.
« uv, r iuu««ey . J i«d.a ni» i>: h>r $55 <»*.
D. and E.and same in ( <.m-
The parties who imtight th»- Gilr«*y plan
ilig a • lass 1 ■ i.ook-kv- pltig al piveilt.
B. L. I»« - v «A* -i ni u J E. 8iui b V-, Wat-
M. S. Hocled Tipped.
ing mi l pnqeitv fail»«! to coi summate
M . 11. Bi una oi Ashianu has been sick mon Scuse Style, width D. per pair........... J4-’W Wom»*n*R G« <ut M.S. In both Half Opera and
Val» inc**! \ aivntines !! Valentines!!! the porch.t*r, ui.ti the estate is once inure through >aiem, in a buggy on the Hili iust..
■*««1», Hum «V Watson, rl ol. Aia« dite oi
(’. S. Myl«>; width« E. and F.
>«ii ;• m«* «•« -t*» i filiti r«i.
in the hand” oi the cir< mt court.
about the middle <d it by the vehicle up ▼iile tor sometime past, on a. count of uf«. g.uU lu Kui u.
Women’s Dongola Han<i-S«-w»*d. Halt Opera
1*1«' 1- wnMie Ai.ii Milling C«>. v- F. H.
Mi am Donffola. M. S.. Heehd. Tipped. Hutto«.
Fi rah lemons and or.vnges kept on hand
1 h*-fa'her wh > dr »wiled, but the sicknes;«, has recovered ai.d i eturned to ins
Wm R« < du g informs ip that the grade veiling
Button Shoe* in D. and E. Widths, and same Women’s Dongola P. T. Haiid-Sew«xl Oxford»
lo.we; i.- »• i ¡«»“b uev « jiki i- r «i.iit-ag- »
Judge Day is busy repaning the uumage
bvtwe. ti Murrby < rt k ar. I Wilderv li« i>
D nn.rr-r «» ruin. .» nt «.ver uivd au i
in both laici* and Couiiii<>n-S.*ns<* Button; Women’« Dongola Turned Turned CeixreaB.
Uuiie nis place by uie iule liuud, m I iic L i
in Common-Sense style, widths D. and E..
i* v » iv n «I* k i-<. n. untd la -1 nolid.«j in
Monthly installments of |1U will buy a entirely g«»i-v, and the tiv» r now runs
til rt will be made to have a iargL amuuuta to cunsiutuub.e.
width» D. and E Alsu M.8. Patent Tip, Men » Grain lb »Inter Tie«.
per J***ir............................................................ $3.25
Our delinquent subserd ers will please
where the load iurnieny stood.
n an>w r
I h<>u-r .«ii-. lot in luto from 8«’utt G1 itfin. tt
rem»*mber that the first 01 the vear is a « Modern .- bool h«»use built in M-«l «>r«i i ext
-rs■ LviUgt n umi lami.y, wbu moved ubt ul
»• l . Mv»« i k-i vs. J una A. Marlin;
Comim;ik.ratio.: with Sm Francisco w l| good tim»* to turn over n new’ leaf and pay
[ Old papers, 11. quantities to suit, for sale
lutii r.siuvii. e tluiiug «ut piugiess ui me
l I««» ve« d ... i v>
81*1« v.i- .»nove.
m » oii in- r<* e>iat»li-b «1
It is (L.ubtfu i
H». «I, La * e re lui lit «1 bume.
\\ N Lm k y jli J W Amati v*. U. at me i 1MK» office at5b t ents a hundred.
wuernrr tiain.- w i.l b • rvn me regularly to 1 ‘■(•cm lii'icii to you, h it fpsfiof delinquent
Beans are quoted at six cents a pound at
G i «i«.. .»1 - i H. in nea trial ovvrrn r i
L. Oli.dv.ie« ul Aiedli.id visited Jacksvn-
•»ubscripliotis is quit»* a b'g pile to us. present, ami are tear« e ut that. We have
l > rus Neil an«i Mr. McCrosky of Lalent Portland gain inside of u month.
a..«l thn ty «lay s Him- u l wv«i t ■ li e bill ul ««ch lost a « hild by drain uut l«n«g since
Vdic une uay las. *««h, «accompanied by
Pay up and have a cle ir conscience.
i o ?u. ar ami 1 tile ,teact*. while other sta Dis WT«t uliU l W u uaUgultTa.
The S. F Var etv St- re keeps ihe best
Great numbers of <ker were ki led in the pies are* rutilling lOw.”
Fr»-b timothy un«l alfalfa se**d sold at imported Key West and d« rue-tic c gar
ale V" E. M. R • « ii. leu «la.s' lurtber
hied. Haibuugh ul Purtluud, whu is vis
HANDLE A FULL LINE OF
th« low« st rates at the 8. F. Variety Sion. ni the m.ti ker; a.so all the tMpular brand» fo. tin 1< by dogs <iuiing the deep snow pre
s'imv y.>\en iu b e « ill «>t • lieptiuli».
l’crry Foster, fiuin Ro.ue river, was in
vailing: f» w wrek> ago. Oned->g on Rogue town last 8aluiday, having brought over a ltlUg bi.-» bruiner, u. Haruuugu, has been
of cuewing ami smoking tuba«c- ».
The town authorities >houhi fix thr r<»«d-.
river killtd n»» less than thirty of the poor ,
Agricultural Implements,ill Machinery and Supplies, Engines, Boilers, Etc.
at once. The people demand und « Xpeetit
A man from Michigan bought a number creaturts. Everyliody’s ranch dog tun ed span of work horses to be fed by J. R.
Puri land and Willamette L amk «.
J. B. bilsley, ihe pioneer rtal-vstale
of b»*ar skins, twenty or more, while in the hunter on his own account, ami had 1.0 dif How ard «i tbe Orchard Hume farm.
Ten th «u^ami tret of lumber at Sam's val
Toe w*«v! recedei! from th»* street» < t
agent, and bis daughLti, .urs. Guduaru,
valley th«* pa t few weeks, paying an aver ficulty in finding all the game he wanted
Messrs. Wood A Whiteside rendered a were here the lurepart ul me week.
Purin.ml oi th«* r V» n g ol the 7th ualant, ley s« buul-house for sale bv 8iOlt Griffin <»f age uf about $.» f«»i good specimens.
service to the community in rig
alter doing in.mense d. m »ge I.» toe cliy’s rue
11 13 1
up their ferry for temporary use in
J. H. Whitman ul Medlurd isubie lo re
GXmmissionrr Rav informs us that thT «regular r trains, and we are verv tired of ging
busuie-t» lUlrlcatB. iiie heavier losers n
For pure Rogue river whisky, in quanti
Bear cieek lust week.
sume his dulies again, having be« n u vit
ih city are .»* I4.OW-: Widuiuede saw les to amt, caii on Captain Caton, Jackson undge acr«*.-s th«* Applegate, near Orlando
“ \^i» in
interruption of traffic. Everything crossing
tu ibe lnUuvuSa |»ieVuUiug m inis set-
mill», |2u,UU0. óiuith Bru»., >gu.uU). Fen- ville.
lies dormant, busine-«» is well nigh para
The Monarch saloon at Mediord, under lluu.
sate again. It ba«i a narrow escape.
llover m ¡i-, I2UUUU, U'tgon Cuy woolen
lysed and nobody is particularly happy. the
management ol H. 11. Woiurs.i» prov
ludi». llu.tJUM. Normern Pacific railroad
Ladies, misses and children's tire shoes,
But in the language
Lmgu.ig? • f Í the lamented Bos«» ing
a popular resort. Tbe best of every
Air. Burns, whu has oeeu al J. B. Wiis-
T4re8qu iw lake bulkhead and «lam went ,i 1 Tiut
c >mpaii) . I15.UUU. Mornsun street bridge new stuck, just opened at Reame» & pfft in th»- flood, ruining or filling up most xTweed, “what are you 1 going to du about thing
in mat line is kept there
.ey b place in Ceniiai i'uiul prvciiict, nas
t umpauy, ILUUoo. U. R. A N. lu’« >U«i W bite ».
lu nishume m hiuuntt* Ku< k pre
A pleasant social h q* was given at
bridge, tlUCMJU, Ira L. lowers, A15.ÜUU;
J. W. Sowden, of the new firm of Jack- Howard s b <ll «»n the 7th, at whirl» a num- tllicL.
The town election draws near, only a Hanley Bros, and doing other damage.
Portia.»o eititrn light c uipaiiy, $1U,14JU;
son A Sowden, has gone to Roseburg to
Oregon City Lumb< r Co., |1U,UU> The ag few we»k» i ff. Candidates, announce yuur-
J. Httkulhurn ul Butte creek started fur
Thr largest ami best stock of dee«’». take orders fur monuments, tombstones, Ln r uf youcg folks } at ticipatcd Ham 11 te n's
The Great«-Ft I«alMir-Saving
gregale of »mauer lusse» wih s wen lue total
mortgages and all kinds of real-estate ami etc. They have a large assortment ot new
his mates in Oisaiyuu tuiiuly, lu.., re-
Invention ot the Agr.
to au lu.mt use figure, with uu data tu found
CciiUy, and lcacned mein alter lnuen UU-
Messrs. Culr, Armstrong am! 8elph of legal blanks south of 8ulem is kept at the ami elegant designs, ami their prices are Harns attended to the ”prompting.”
an esumale upon. Al lheguti city the 8am b vadey were here last week on land 1 i.MKs other and sold at Portlan«! rates
reasonable. We understand that Mr Sow-
Mrs E. W. Hammon was th«- first lady
uh .Is and laclunrs bave aitm-Bt all be- u business.
den has taken several orders at Grant’s pas;*«, ger tucross Bearcrrtk in th.‘suspen
swept away, including the engine buU.se of
sion ciadlr, riggeil in imitation « f the life the Central Punit racetrack leceutiy, is
The spring fever is already raging fierce haw been among the railroad workers who Pas».
the ■’U pbile mil , ibe hxcel-lur mid», the
The gentleman who bought the home saving -ervice upparatu» in use along the able lu be* about with the assistance uf
sb duy mi 1, sawmi.i aud lumber mil., the ly among some or our most respectable passed through the valley on the con
struction train going n »rtii last Monday.
ranch <»t O. Ganiard on Rogue nver last cua-t. Ibe car is diizy-luuking, but safe* cruUhes.
fui iactory, the picker's ruvm and part ul citizens.
the wuui Luu-v ul the Oregon < ity wu-deii
D Linn has sold his naked lot on tbe fail had the misfortune to lose about 2u
J os. Duuden ul Rogue river called last
Five miles of railroad track are reported
head of tattle and 10 ton» of hay, which
milla, u poi t un ut hr I 'mon Pacific war«
The first movement of freight on the rad 1 UcsUay . He says that his place was beue-
Wn-die-i away between Riddle’s station and Corner «»t Ot«gon ami California streets to were on an inland opp««s t«* bis place,
hoUBc, und a numb« r «1 dwehiug», vaiìuu»- Glendale.
road ir m MtcLord was the shipment oi tited rather than tujureu by the late
J. < . V» hipp for $800. PiupTiy in Jack-
ly esumateli al ir« m 3M to ùu Among the
four « arluads oi flour by Davis «k France t«» ireshtl.
sonville is evident y worth a lair price yet. when th«* frv»Let came.
It is said iliat Grant’s Pass la-l Tuesday , ami one < arload
lume vT less lujureu bu.ldiugs may be i.oied
1 lie grain market is »till dull an«1 the
Several parties have picked up small none of ’.hern escaped.
¡he el» eli i< hgui »taliun, me p «per ¡nids price uf wheat lias not changed any for
A H. Maegly spends six days in the
to the blockade workers in the 81 kiyuus.
pieces of g«»bi ir» Ihe vicinity of Jacks, n
aid U e liupri ta. Üoui Uig tu ids 1 ue sii eels »«»luetHne.
week at< i nirai Point, naving la«xvn charge
Th* board ot trustees *hotild lose no
c-rek since the freshet
Frank Smith time in ordering the street commissnmer
initie tlooaed ills, net are i»a»iiy turn up and
ui the hardware stole formerly conducted
The candidatescame «»ut with the ground- I ickvd up one Valued at $2 50 last Sunday. lo repior the roads lea«ling • ut of town .n a gan zed ut Mediord as soon as mail com by n. C. Lewis.
fi.ltd with debris. Lt is nut known buw
In < ItaiUTEl
ha« iiy lb? lucks art duinugvd. The basin 1» h g, ami, like that animal, most ot them
substant ul manner, ihe surplus n the munication is e-labli-hed with the outside
Kepr» M-ntativc Price of Tolo was here
N«>withstanding the railroad blocka«!.* own treasury wa- raised by tax for the world. The charter membership will be
lady ii jure*i, kboUl 4uU yarn» uf oirak- wi.l stay out.
w «»ici having g’i»e out. lb*- -ivambual
espe< tai purpose of fixing our h ghway>,
Notes, receipts due-bills, drafts etc , in
forms us that little damage was done by the
"Tbirr bisUi» Wb» CuUrL 111 ibe basili book form handy ami first-class, at the wor.d. <h* 1 imes «ontit»ues to Itrrnish the ami ag««o'’ly portion of it sh< uld be dis from J acksonvilte.
freshet in that vicinity.
latest news from every portion ot tiiecoun burse i tor that purpose.
mu 1 win he un the line ut tbe county road T imm office.
Briiige timbers i-,r tour !<r dges to the
until the basin «au be repa«r«d
Levi Morris, who has been at Talent dur
north of Medford were loud« d un th«* con
cbanls of the town suslaiürd damag s I»
O. E Rose and R. Benedict each lost I fell b-n-u'h their burden of snow, ui* l id struction train at this place lust Sunday, ing the bluckadt . will remove ht«' family
aboc&»oi auud- aggi e_,ui dig piubaoh $uO,UUO
l'neworko: straightening up the ruu<ibr«l from Winter», Cui., to southern Oregon, as
a gu« d «leal of f> nc ng bv tlir high waters i ing B F. Pe tri s, Weav« r’s and J« fl John
»«»on as spring opens.
The daiuugv «o tbe a «> 1 u ml s is taiiui ». v*i mad company.
uf 1'humpson «Trek .«nd Appl- gate, almost son’s log ba n
Ihe s. h *o'-!v>u-e in ’he b-tween this place ami l ow creek canyon
Mt^lu.UUU. and lu ihe Excrlslur and sbu.dy
R > Dunlap is aide to be about again, as
wul go f< rwani rapidiy now.
The nicest am! fre*b»*.st mackerel just re half a mile i f rail» 6« in/ di-plaeed ut each i lower I rail creek district whs alm«»st tint
luuis al u bulli $25,UUU.
ceive 1 at the 8 F. Variety Store; also other plage.
usual, mi will commvivv gardei-ing s< on,
|ten»d< ut, ’lie weight f the snow CHUsmg
L-'U-i cheers greeted ’he consti uction L<r tbv purpose of furnTVidng this market
We regret to learn th.H 8 H. Cook's -full) l«ail the 1« gs to fly troui their pia« •?» train which passed through Medtord on with varix vegetables.
1 uesd «y . ami hop? look the place ui
H. Pape’s i< e-house in Willow Springs pltC* e in the A pplvg itr -c- tion was al.no-t . w hen th»? crash r «in- .
A! e Nvwbury, who has been clerking
Through the kindness of Emil
wh » precinct succumbed to the he.ivy »n >w ruine i by th«- flood, mm b < f hi- fencing | Staples of all kinds arc »car« e,»»n account dtspuiniency among our citizens. Ti.edes
|M) s es|w*< lai .iLUiilion to the lain gauge ai d h<gh water.
ami runaidriabie good land bring wa-hed uf the r«il’«‘ «1 t»L»cka«!r, and the piic«* tinaiiouot ihe tiain of bunk and cunstruc- for Pr<>i .Merritt at ('»ntral Point f«»r > >m«*-
and tiiei IlloiH ter nt ni» lathei's place, a e
i thereof lots r ase! temporarily. In s -me li di cars was ’ <<w creek canyon, wh- re ibe t me past, i- spending the dull season at
N<» mails have arnv»d for a month, and
ure enable 1 lu slate that ibe precipitation
' of Ihe towns in the vadey there is n »sugar, men will find c lunloyment for sometime to his h «me in Jacksonville.
W«- learn • f tl r death, on t h«- 4th ino., of I «• fl« v. bacon, potato»', bv.tn-. etc. Jack come.
of Wai«, ai tins pi.tcr during the grv»t it is doubthn whether we will have any fur
A T Kvlv ami Ed 5L<rse of Ashland
M'.'. Wm. Neil •>! Wagner err« k. l»e- sonville h»> >ti I plenty of vvetvtiiing. ex
storui was as foi ow- : Saiurdav. February at least ten days.
w er. in Ja« ks • n ville bunday. ami return« «1
H. H. Wolters, the mixologist, has re bom« the same day, a« < omptnied by A. 8.
cea-r«! r tv« > surviving a hu-btnd and !cvptingst:g.ii and potato« s, ami enough oi
1st, 1 15 inches; 8un<>ayt beb 2i, 2.18
If you need anything in the shoe Lm*.
opened the saloon formerly kept by* A. H. Hamm n i ami Mr- Hyde
inc.tes; Mui duy, F« b. 3d. 2.62inches; 1 urs- don't fail to ex mine R«amrs A While’s eight • hndrm, the y. un ;« st a babe «»f lour ; tl.use arlicivs lor a short time.
‘'arl.’un. thoroughly refitting it and mak
«iuy, k*eb. 4u>, 57 iDibr«. Tot«), 6.52 fine, large stuck.
TLprv will b-- no more troubl«* after this ing many improvement.-'.. He has suppm d
Hoti. Theo. < atiwr.-n returned front a
Having become batibtied that Jack
in« ues. Wedne'day murning. Ft b 5th,
H L. Pegg, v ho wa- on»* of thr j«ir«»r.s ar winter on the score uf fi-h b ing imped«*-! the bar with the fini al wines, liquo > and tr»i- t«> («rant * Pass yt>terdav. He reports
about half an inch mure tell. Dutinilhe
Yesterday afternoon was stormy, rain the aiijourned trim of thr cir«u>t court,
sonville is still the læst trading
f<»ur days ot th»* storm more ram ieit than falling several hours ami some >n-»w fa. ing I.a ! .«»i rrtuin**d home ai a-t a« counts,
hav g ne <-U’, tml tliere wi-i b.* a chant »• to found there. Give him a ca.l fur tie wii. phine county by the lat»* flood.
dur ng the no e no'iith* troin January 1. on the higher bilis
h iving n<4 b«« n heard ¡rum .-iu« e hr left ' k«ei tne «lam hull-ivrs fr <m nf ituiiig the treat you well.
point in Southern Oregon,
E J. Kaiser, who has been at Yreka
l.'Sfl. to October 1, 1«S h 9. The total lor the
The Ashland amateurs gave The Last Eagle P«»int.
! new law bv obstruct ng tl e c har - e!s in tl e
month ul juniiBf), 1«HU, was 8.46 inches,
< lutter & <’o.,the Me if rd artists, prepar Cal. t. r s» vvral w»eka |»a*r. returned t«>
we have rereive<i
L af” at Granite hall «me evening last
future. Dw» «l«r> iu in- f • thills w II ! aw ed a series of il >ou photo-, showing the Ashlat.d a lew days ag . having walked
I'l.r ht-’h water alaiye (•« Id Hill «lid con
mi d the total Im ine season si ce the hrsi
"Castori« ta bo well adapted toehUdren that Caatorla enr^ Colle. CowHnatlo»
si«1rrablr injury in ti ling up .«mi other- j pl. nty of fish next ‘Wil, if they u-c sLi-.ri Bear ere» k britige win n the water was at the < nlirt distance between the two pl «ce».
• >l (>< iob. i last is a I.tile over 27 incties week to a fair audience.
L mcomiuend it as supenor to any prcfccnpUun
ii inghe-t and Hamm* n - brn still stand
The d.UM ge cau-ed by the lute slurm was
Nearly seven inches of rain fell in this w >» damaging ¡h mil -race <»f :h«* Gauiat«l uf fl./'h iii s-’in» di.'tri is.
J W. H ward of (¿rant’s Pass, one of I
*now» to me ’
H. A. Arun M D.,
ti4 on the further side, and subsequent Josephine countv’s mo>t enterprising busi
larg« iy owing io ibe high temperature, 40 vicinity on the first tour daysin the month. t! Hr ng miUs, besides injuring the daiu i J^mite from H. R Brown, supervi-or
Oxford 81., hronUyn, N. Y.
• «»K-idri ably.
degree» above Mio being the lowewl re What section can beat it ’
i.e^s men. w is in thia action a f« w «lays
JH\t‘ Bo-w n-b »ro r «a«i «ii-fri t. -tat. ■» tliaM pn tun s showing the bridge in vauous
Kills Worms, gives Bleep, aud promote« di
¿tapes of di mulition after the barn had •* nee for the purpose <»f laying in supplies
corded during the f*>ur days, while Die mer
liob n-<»n Wright inf«»rnied us that J. Nj Hh»* bridge a ro-^s Little Bu'te creek at that Mnen.
Semi the T imrs to v«>ur friends East, or
cury range I as high as 52 degrees above in
In* had run out of.
pace I' again nil right for «r«»ssing
Without uijurioui medicteKn.
ibe after no'll**, which caused a vast quan
north :«| pr«».u h to ihe bridge Was sw. pt
tity of snow in the mountains lu nieil.
T ub C bwtav « C ovpany . 77 Murray Street. N Y.
t * E M R A L P< ) 1N T P< >1NTE R>.
Iacfcsonvillv one day this w.*ek, and in
cinct from Medfurd. Hr is mu n better away by tnv flood. I u’ in««sl <»t Ibe timbers
and plan*'I- lge«i bvl «w and were pr inpt-
R. B Q le • b <»f Ash-aml prrcim t ve^ter- now. however.
forms us that the Apphcate was : igher
dav declared his intention oi booming a
.n tba’ sectmn than ever befor»* known,
I he 8 r line cjrrk bridge approac h was it.a’ travel was suspended for less than a
tine Ian«’ at hit pia-c on Bear < reek by the ami di-i much damage.
Th. a inigh y dol.ui—the few have too citiz»-’; of the I’ iit *«i States.
-wngm.- ar- und d«»wn stream - hi thera.-t
Peter J. Williams arriv«<1 in *he valley,
many and the many have too few. The
Th«* annual »« bool meetings will -oon b«- -> «ir • f th • str« am but the >U!.er\k".r uf
A l’ur< e <«f railroad w »rkmeu have been
STAPLE AND FANCY
many -h<*u d strive io save a pa't of each h»*l<i. audit 1» time the various civi k*< were that d irict will -oun have it iu conditi u
('harlev Hog:r, who recurne«! to his for as a f »»t pas»» nger fr«»m Portland, last
busv diiiing the wet k betwer n Gobi H I
(lunar wh ch comes by toil- There is a iuak ng preparations lor them.
week, af'« r a »ucce.sktul < ruise of seven-
f« r crussii g avrain.
place in Grant's i’ass, (> egon, where
1« rn «‘ay-, tlurt« en of which were con-
The S. F ” Examiner” is the best paper
of a few Miiad bti g * that sv« lion «»f ill«* large e «tanl'shtm nt th* re
mon* yean be >aved wh»n buying, . Il pays
lb»* Boschry place on
suiiuti in going twenty miles
Red - biar Ht«>re on ttie coast Don't fail to leave your sub
to buy mere. (io to th«- ~
much fencing and .-«me very ciiuicr la; d, track is aiui««sr rtauy f »r (rath again. The
H. H. Magruder, Jas Wright and Prof.
Messrs Ihdg»*. Hull and B»ck of (»old
am. buy 2 paper- ne»*dles for .5c, ; 3 bottles Bcnpti-ms at the T imes offi< e.
tlie’crrek changing its « hanue. so that a bi nige aciO'S R«»uUe river ha- been r- pair« «l 11 ill were among th»» many wh-» were at Hill were in town one «lav last week, a< -
We challenge the reader to nuceessfully controvert the aasertion that Which will l»e placed on eale at
ami u train ot «<-nstructioii cars loaded
gco.i >ew n g n a- hme < tl tor 25c. . ch.
Mm h work is being done on the diff» r fi.tur«* rai-e may carry away the best por with bridge timbers pas-ed north fr<»m Jacksonville 011 Tuesday.
< oinpani« <1 b. Mr. Miller, an expert for the an acre of thriftj*. well-cultivated, producing orchard trees in the val-
lower prices than the
»ir. a's 11 25 'ii»*» s lor 90« .; ia .les' S4 50 ent roads to make th-m passable again. tion ot th«* ranch.
Ihe Hoaglami plate wa*' badly washed (I'Wrg « lr«>n Cu., wln> has been inspe-’ling ley of llogue River will yield a net yearly income of S100.
Medtur«! M- inlay aitern<M>n.
kid 'b e- t<»i $3 50; et<* , etc., etc. Prices Let it go on without interruption.
name quality of goods
won t» riml\ h»w. In these days oi hurry
J. (’. Hannah sustained a heavy loss m and the o’<-fi'ird was a most ruined by ’he interest of that corporati »n.
can l>e obtainctl
ami ru-h, i»u-ii.» s> is governed by the law
i’avlor ami I. W Burriss of Ash- ¡
h:» raiici» on Rogue nver, by a « hang« in
(’. W. Avers of A-hland a- rompanied 8. onstrated fact that each fruit tree will produce tl in value, net,
uf dollars and cei ts. ibere is no friend land have put up about 75 tons ot ice for east»m Oregon, trvsh ami spicy, as well as th«* channel almost ruining his fire orchard habitable.
a svn .p-i- uf everything important that standing «»n the bank uf the stream. His
M Wilcox on his railroad velocipede trip
ship in t*u*n.ess Study your own inter- use in this valley next summer.
Several nv tule rs of Wm. (’arson’s fam from Roseburg to (»rant s Pass lately, ami marketable fruit each year.
oc« urs any where.
(¿el the best bargains you Can.
ily, who hav»* been quite sick, ateronva- b«»tb gentlemen were weBnigh w«»rn nut
Weils, no matter bow deep, are full to
Make the omnipotent cash do its level
Our btore-riMim has been renov
Ja- L. Down-ng wi 1 open out in the iiq - !>.-dn » of land on Rogue river, but repeated l»*>r» nt now, under the skillful treatment<»( with fatigue when they r»*a< bed their desti
best On this basis you are cordially in the brim and are not likely to fail again. «fertaking (ju-ims.-at A-blaml us soon a-hit* freshets have reduce« the quantity of but- | Dr. Lappeus
nât on, having been three days aud two
throughout, and our old etuck
vited to visit th«* Red Star Store. Grant's
hearse.« ask« is and good-can arrive thr« ugh
Pass, Oregon, where the prices are aston
I B Williams last Monday s«»ld out his nights in making the trip
District ch rks should c«»mmence taking me i» cs kA 1»
I'.- «*» were shipped from at Mr. Hannah a place collapsed under Ibe
is about closed out.
livery stable an I live stock, equipage, etf
F E. Bybee bad a narrow escape from
the census «»f school »hildren in order to Chicago B*«ine weeks ago.
W. E D ran .
Iii other words an acre of producing fruit trees lias a valuation of
report at the March school meeting.
biepben Beers of Pleasant creek was in to a < alifornian, said to tie the rustling <ir«»wnmg in Bear creek, near Central
Call and ins|>ect the
W K Price «»f Tolo is <»tie of the fl «od suf
P-in . last Friday, when returning tr«>m
It is better than any bank—for the bank is sometimes cariied
Improvement« lu Jacksonville.
Genuine Log <’abin maple syrup the ferer- twnrfil« «1 b» thr affliction.so tu -peak. i town ami cull«-d on uh la»t M -mlay nio-n-
a s father’s ranch on Rogue river.
lijg. He r»*ports bridges and roads washc
Many cit tens « f this place attended the horse went down in the «juicksand twice, into Cauarla bj- the cashier,
Paine nature—a trust-worthy guardian —
Qui*e a number of improvements a re go best ami purest in the market, Lr sale at H* ha i a r«*< kv t»-r«»n his ranch.on which a «jut badly in his district, ami he was hunt-
’•tXfuneral of 1 aa> Constant at J ick-onville an 1 Frank had tina’ly to abandon the
d* p --»• f »b»» »t $.*»<« wor'b ot upper B ar
ing « n in town since the flood, neatly the 8. F. Variety store. Try a can
the dividends never fail. Of course if
creek valey s«»ii was ma-ie.
animal and swim ashore, the horse making
everybody wh«» was «tamagtd thereby being
i uf the bridge* a« rRogue nver
'all dangerous crossing. He reports that
iat ; ffi-man in every sense
...... uf the won! and
- his way out some distance down stream.
years, and rob the trees of their i
/< i in mahiug repairs. Gr«> Ifayrsi.»
_ __ ü Point and Gohl Hill have I«»« n re
D *i' s p.i’.* :ti r ha- been w ith* at mail the dam in Evans « reek, near Ge«». Meger 1 highly respecte«i by ail.
rebuilding his bi ar*-mithshop on the I
orchard ground, aud invite j Ever brought to the county-seat.
¡»urcbas.d <>f Mrs. 8«rah Justus ami
Fred W. 11.»gg an«1 wife will m ike a visit <ia\. just in fr-un Deskins. hav ng been the birds and orchard pests to make a restaurant of your orchard, you ■
:.«-rl( > ri'ner, who made the trip nit g plentifully in upper Evans creek h r
Construction trains are n- win the v»i ev thr ruh I » f» - t -*f -n w having to go on the first time in years.
m a tew days resume bu-dnesa there. J. C.
to their ».»Id home at Monticello, l«»wa, in rivlit davs on th«* r«»ad—three days water
Whippis rebuilding his marble works on and thedamage d«»ne t«» the railroad 111 f-H»t ;h Lt- ? miles <»i the di-tauce.
a h <rt time. 1 h-y will return in mx bound between E k ami Trail creeks. He must not complain that your horticultural methodshave precipitated a ,
tl mt hr pur« ha-ed of D Lmn. where he this section has about been repaired
weeks, accompsnie«l by the father and brought the first authentic m ws from Ihe foreclosure of the mortgage on your orchard.
wi 1 soon be cumloriably located. W. J.
Mi«c«i K -t»« rt*, wh«> is still confined in assistant general superintendent of the O. other relatives of Mr. H.
mg timber, and reports lesidents getting
Sentimental and comic valentines—h md- ti»e«uiinty j *;i. «1
Ply unde is reconstructing bis livery stable,
not stem t » h ive a t C. railroad, who had been steadily peg
A dramatic entertainment will be given al «ngvery well, no shortage oi provisions
a considerable portion of which was in sí .me ami ugly—in quantities to suit at the verv h gh ««piDi'-ii «»f It»»* much-talk» <1- ging away at the blockade in the Snkiyous,
far as known, and prospect» good for
ab*«ut fr»c«i«»tn of America
H»* is loud in showed up at Steinman lust Saturday w th on ihe evening ot the 21st for the ben< fit of light losses of stock.
jured by the stiow-¿nd water. John Tap 8. F. Variety Store, Jacksonville.
the band, when that well-known diama,
With half the care you give wheat-fields, and it will yield an income !
per is repairing bis premises, which were
J. F Wilson has removed from this place hi* ««»udemnalion ot <>ur officers ami laws. five eng.nes »ml all necessary apparatus.
Cor. 3d and E Street«.
Among the Breakers,” will be given. Our
It is said that they «lid more effective work
»No b tdly damage«!. Dr Sommer» I» re to Cniontown precinct, where he has en-I
on a valuation of $11MK) an acre. There is not a wheat-field in this .
bud«Lng ms femes wa-h«d away by Daisy tered the employ of H. D Russell.
wa’er i- till frit in the foothill sections, as land, ami they certainly reserve the credit -nd no doubt full justice wdl be done.
Th» re w.11 be a donation pound sociable county which yields such an income, and EVERY orchard does.
tirrk. Besides these, a number uf other
Fresh buckwheat and graham flour, «»at- ¡ g«eat boihes «»f -n««w un the north till.sides of having opened the road through the Sis Don’t fail to attend.
at the M. E parsonage in Jacks nvideon
improvements are being made.
meal, trim um. germea amt other articles w->uld be re eased h\ a continuous warm kiyou».
Containing lift) Rooms, well furiiiah»<j.
Jas. Wright is now in charge of the We— I'ueMity evening, February 18. 1880 A shot of five growing towns, close to the steel rails of a trans-continental
ram, ami Hie soil is everywhere filled with
iu this line al the 8. F. Variety Store.
I he »now was not so deep in the big tim trop stable at «i 1 r<*pared to furnish tirst- ci-rdial invitation is extended to every bo iy.
— THE BEST-----
The Latest Railroad News.
ber as was anticipated. At Aikeu's saw «la-'S outfits of all kinds on short notice.
1 he welcoiue"car-born”is heard again in
M rs . W J P lym < ie .J- Com.
There wa* genera) rejoicing when it was mill it at no time exceeded five feet In He also boards horses by the day or week
By what can be learned from station the va lev, even if we :o not have mail
PER DAY HOUSE
Mite A onks G ibmox , )
learned the R«»eue nver b'idgr. an«i the depth, while at I’..ion creek a man named at reasonabh* figures. Jim is an old band
agents an<i those who a e supposed t > be commuun ation with the outsi-ie world.
you. Buy it for a home to shelter you if adversity or the winters of i
county bridge» across Butt? creek at Eagle Hudson, who put in the winter there and at the business ami guarantees »atisfaction.
h»*st informe»!, it m »y be a few wt eksbe-
IN THE STATE.
Holl» and Carbunclfi Curtd.
Looses of Stock in the foothills have been P..int aud a< r«».-- Antelope at L'nkswilrr’a came out sn.ee the rains began, re Don t fail to give him a cull.
old age overtake you and find you penniless.
forr Ibe rai road north ot Grant's Pass wi 1
For y»urs 1 have been constantly
be in rendition atram for regular tr «fti . heavy alreadv. and if « old spring rains p»e- place, hfad not b en carried away by the port» that it was about 11 feet deei> there
to and from the Hotel.
Fred Downing's ranch suffered to the ex trouble I with biiniors in the blood, which
at one time, but has n-»w settled d-«wn to
owing to the great dmuHg»- done in the Cow VHil losses wdl be iuu«:h more extensive.
about 7 feet in depth.
Hudson wa- sup- tent oi eight ur ten acres uf good land, caused the breaking out ot Ixnls and car
It may be necessary t»»
The T imms has the iuo*t complete j«»b
No (’liimw employed him ! iu » deviation in
Tbe 8an Frmcisco “ Examiner” will in
budd from twenty t » forty miles oi entirely office south ui Albany an«i turns out the clude lot N i. lx, in My er'.-a«l«Bti'»n t«> Ash p »sed to be dead for some t m , as hr «'id which fell into the creek, bet-ides a wash buncles ail oyer my body, that when
We give away the land, l’ay uh $10 a month, 10 cents a tree, for cnarg«*?.
out in the center uf his field, caused by »be bruised wou'd make a lasting, ugly »ore.
not show up tor upwards of two mon’hs.
Meal« Scmta: lodging Ä oeate to M ernt«.
Hew r-»ad there, th ugh a t» mpirary mad best printing at 8an Francisco price».
land. in its next grand pnz** «hawing, of
overflow current, of several rods wide amt i consult»d iiiMiiv eminent physn-ians ami two years, and we will present you a warranty deed of the acre,
limy l>e built around ihe difficulty. Large
Language is hard.v strong »*n«>ugh t«> ex aiiotii .50 roils long Z*. great quantity of took a great deal «-f in«*dicint* without any
The »» hooi directors of Ashland district wliich announce incut will be mad? in due
mi »1 sium I slides aie cuiitin ally occurring
GUARANTEE it to Lave a thrifty, growing, producing orchard.
E. LEWISTON. Proprietor.
time The lot was purchased two weeks press my M'lmtration of thr merits <-f debris was deposited on his alfalfa field.
Nothing helped me
on the roMd south <-f Ashland, as far a>
<'hanibvri on's Cough Rrme-iv. It is the
ag«» for $2IM).
Rrdiiing, Cai , but fur ahu h traffic to and
Volun’eer forces have been at work this
best remedy for croup and wh«»«»ping cough
from b.»n Francisco would now b<* r» -estab
This total suspension of the mad service i have <*v»*r u*»*d. During the past «igli- we» k ♦ tting the C« ntral Point bridge in I cine cured me! 1 am now enjoy mg excel their land high, and rob its soil by sowiug it with wheat and conqa-t-
Friday is St. Valentine’s day, ami the
lished. However, it is thought that trams young la«llr* «.( this place have annoutice<i a is entire y inrx< usable
For nearly a te< n years I have trie«l nearly all thr prom condition t«»r the resumption «»f traffic. ient health, and there is nut a blemish of ing in the markets <>f the world with the serfs of Russia and the. slaves
wii be lunnii.g on the southern route in- social party at the I . 8. Hull in lheevening. month w<* have been without mails <»f anv inent cougn niedi«- nrs on the inarkt i. but With tin* subsiding of the waters it be any kind on niy body.
M icuael M i H cik , Hulo, Neb
of India. “Export the wheat of a country and you ship away the vital
kind or from any diie« tion. if we except «ay. ami with pieasurr, to-', that Chambc.
Bide of two weeks.
came apparent thu' th»* main channel of
This railroad bl-»cka«1e »» becoming quite what little we gel from • ur own county on Ian’s Cough R» nie«iy is th«* best of all; thee rev k 1- still under the bi idge, and it is
ity of its soil,” says a great economic writer. The ¡»eople of Jackson i
nmnot'-n'-us, ami everybody is very1 horseback.
A Singular Accident.
county should learn this as an axiom.
anxoms f -r a change an i right now. too.
(’ h v Dfiiii
«Ir at Cn
>tor«*, Jacksonville I to it. Oue corner o[ the bridge is badly
Tw«> of T J. Kr»-s-’ chi’dren fell into F«»r s «if
Last Tuesday afierimon, a” W T. Leever
Every bread-winner at the forge or near the cutting saws, or in
As is not usually the case in winter, the Jackaon «reek last Friday, while atternj-t
WAGNER-BARRA At the residence of E.
•nd wife < f < entrai Point pracincl weie re
('utter tu Medford, February 'J. lsim. b> L. L. sound of the hum of the shuttles, or the tliumler of the factories, or
across Elk its normal stage* it is thought it cau be
The nvv county
nnn.y Kt; l-ond
>oFw HEU' * xdsiu * k .
turning home from atle-uiance on the fu I r«»ad between this pace ami Medford is mg t-> < r«»s- that streum on a f< 'tlo.’, ami
in Ihr.i.,«, (ouutl,'.
Angle, J. P., F. G. Wagner and Miss
the waters of
would have drown«*«! tail »'or vlie i-pmly :«» (*r»*< k -till .MtamL, a
to ral ot l*»ac < onstant, bolli of tbe«i occu better Ilian .hat leading to Central Point -isfjnre'|i'«hr»4by
for a t<rin of y«-ars. Abe»,
Marshal ll«-lms and the cri*e»< were on a |«*wl wiifi 'ts fl >r for
pying tl i* rea' seat io the bars in which
A few copies of the American bet Hers
a home for a life-time out of th«.* meagre savings of 2 years’ work. A inn non A<',u>°FFlNERAl8INJ*'Krrr;
«♦•v« ral huur»
Fortunat»iy the < nti- ul
»KI.AYED STEAMBOAT HLI’t.H.
the-) .ere ridmg the) were precipitated .Guide, standard authority on ail land others nebr al hand
tune was pa»»»*«! without any h« avy limb, r
more l>eautiful and a larger home than ninety per cent, of the jaipula- IUU,UUU AltHlfaan.lSug
<ater for irrigation, for mil»* in
l»f kwwr h n t»» >r»n’ creek white crossing I matters, may be found at tin* l’t mes office.
T E Nichols is putting in rattle sea es drifting against it, and the re-i«ients of ihe
ipe str. am, by the giving aw.iv <»( the fast
8n<»w hes been six feet deep on the di
tionof the civilized earth can claim to own.
at Eagle point this week, for the aecom-
Tract* <>f fr"tn '¿tT,Acrc<,tu l^irye
The high water uf last week washed out m«»«!ation r.f the stock men «.f the Butte upper country »till have something tobe vid. between Thompson ereek and ¡Steam JONES-In l.’nloutown urucinct. February 2,
ening» *»n the sea’ an i severely injured,
The deep sii w on tiie
Write to us, and we will semi you our illustrated Look of this great
I SUU, to Mr. aii«l Mrs. Cinta. Jonea, » son.
Tract* *aitablc far\Culo»u
Mr I sustaining bruises ami injuries to all Ihe 0>h trap», dams, etc . and J«everal creek section.
Frank Ih«»wn is superin mountains on upper E k ere» k took up thr boat creek,
HERRINGTON—lu Flounce Rock precinct, valley and our Orchard Home.
Ahc back ..f Lis in-ad and neck, besaies hav troubled questions have thus been eettled. tending ihe WOI'K. me reales have long |
ing three rib» hr eke n, which limy prove of
>r part muiars apply to K. 11. PERKIN wv
• It'» only a question of time,” ami a been needed there.
have doubtless shared the f «te <»f it» prede thrown from bis snow shoe» while riding
K< urm-y Street, San Fran< lM*o.
a very serious nature, while bis wife is short time, to«», a*- to when your rheuma
duwti a steep mountain.
The railroad < ompanv ordei ed their agent cessors. It is built too 1 »w.
also stiff» in g «‘or.sider»b y from bruise» tism wihyieid to Hood's Sareapardla. Try
at Ashland to put .‘»0 men at work on the
Last winter Mr. H E K'nka«!e, collector
mid internal injuries. Both Mr and Mrs
Steve Oyster has been stopping at A. W.
line south i f th.it pl.-v'e nt once. The com for the United Stalo Express Company, at Kueaier’s since the snow storiu commenced,
I. were contini d to tad at List accounts.
Don't fail to rea«i Kearnes A White’s new pany is paving $1 SO p» r «lay ami board. Des Moines, low -, was s. verely troubled bis cabin being unsafe to live in.
ANDERSON-At I btuiiix. January 34. ISV0,
A »»reat landslide.
npruig shoes advertisement. Their stock All ihe men that can b<* had are btii g put with chilblains. The swelling and intense
In the Town of
Tt-iegra) hie reuui ts <»n tbe 7tb were to the is th«* large-t ever brought t > the place by
Albert Anderson and daughter of R. R. W. F. READ, Prtaideut.
J. R. WRITSMAH, Vic.-Prn.ld<-nt.
to him. lb* trie«! several rem« «lies without i (rum here to 1. B. Houston s oa ihomp-
We are sorry t » hear of the death of the
eff. Cl that ibe wh»*k lli««ilidaiii side above them.
I benefit, but fortui it« ly bought a bo»lle «»f -on cr . k thesiiQV) be.hg loo deep to go
low «reek canyon, near the west lurk, bad
J. K. ELDERKIN, See. and M«ua<«i
J. W. CUSICK, Trownrer
Jos. Duuden has b«en appointed a imin- wile of Alvah Knighton, whirh tex .» place I Chamber’.»in’s Pai. Bi.Im. Hp savs n«* on bor»eb»ck «< ru.<, the mountains.
crushed d«»w 11 mt«» I he canyon the preced istiab r ot the estate uf Wm 8tuart, de at their residence on Dry creek a -hon ¡only applied it three tmes until his feet
ing d.*j , completely damming up the chan- ceased ami elsewhere gives notice to that I
were entirely well an«l tree from it« hing
Siskiyou County, CaL,
( Martin of Tr «r creek an<) a highly respt « t- ; and swelin g Lor «ale al < Uy Drugstore. move tl.eir liy.lr.iulic pipe from off the
i « h h : i <I tunning a take above it. burying r fleo I.
• ed and aim.able >oung Woman.
the tra< k . ii w aiet 1« • m
td luu teel det p.
bridxe nero»« Bteamboat cree«, being
alrtti ! of high wafer taking the bridge awaj.
Tor akr is reported fropi two to thr« e
Parties coming «lown from upp» r Rogue
----- „ g • u. »eri’iusiy
t ' For the restoration of faded and gray hair
nm»* ion a» d about five hundred feet Laae X Minn
G C. Culy'e sioek are doing well, not-
Arra-mIlli*9 s to its riginal color und ire-huras Ayer's river report much damage fr in bUOW ,
a«:ioss A b one disaster after another falls farms Oa.L.u,
mare -a un ht
oar-f<iurtii down, bataac within tax, twHrw
Hmr Vigor remains unrivaled.
Upon lite la.roal company, it be- place.
n<l <-irht«*< n month,.
cold: reali: .welled
‘, but otherwise not in Worse iv of hay to do them lor two months yet.
washed ‘ out,
S.' nmp h < Kai I road I><p<rt for «rrwd.-d prtc.w
( .»»»«• S a most a certeinty that we will hav» I A force of ranroa-1 workers, numbering rhe niO’d pnpu ar and valuable toilet prep- ¡condition
than usual at this season, Th. By that time no doubt there will be plenty
n R. HASKRI.
no «umnium« Hii«»n by rail with the notih 500, from the Siskiyou», are repurUd uti the • ration in the wor d, all who use it are ....... 4it: ” ,l"
fore-leg. .nd Inflen«-
»now ¡me is rapidly receding, ami th»* south of grass
perfectly satisfied that it is the best.
I Town-Sit«' Aircnt <’. P. H. K„ ban
f« r some weeks.
way to lbsis L th»* force» at w rk in Cow creek
mellón. C u r e d har
! hillsides will soon supp«.--1 st. rk
1 ..e I Ihe recent storm caused W. E. Finney
A lieailtiful young lady b* came ho sadly I Login* n er bridge at T ab e R >ck was not |
with SU Jacobs OIL
! and Ed tshexrer to stop work oti their
disliu't’red with p mples and blotches that
If the pleasant weather prevailmg at it was i^ared rhai she wuOfld die of grief. iDjiir«*«!, althou/h the r >ad was badly i quart» l*dge They will rasume work as
sluiced OU’ oil the West bide of the river, !
tie f .l’ow.ng liu*inM.* ba- been trans present continues gardening wd¡ be com A friend reet.mmvnded Ayer'gSarsapaiilia, Many rails were washed awny fpotn ihe l >uon as they .-all get a road broken through
menced mmugLuut southern Or«g> n m a wh ch she took, an I was c>mp efclv cured.
»elc l in probate court Judge ell prestd
I hev have a wed
ranches pear T’-h1«* R'xik, and some cutting I tire snow to their mine
detinrd l< dge »1 inelie. thick and a good
ine -ince • ur Ja«' report:
Hhe i* now one of ifie fairest uf the fair,
wn» done on good soil.
E-ta - of Jol.n Noland. Order made for
liy horse wu hurt
Jas. H»re y ha» been making regular I Don't forget tbit every first premium
ime * wouLl
•at<- of real y.
on hind leg ; suffered
trip. o«> lb« Buit« rw-'M iu»U ruute. .»J award» d at the district fair for tine photo like tu know i»» what respect ( hmibvrLiin’s
E-tate ot F Mr Halton, 'aiue order »» Wm K.'liluig Is »>>lv «-* K”
February 1, H9n.
10 month«: was cured by Sk Jacobs Oil; cur«
lar BS •"'>«- graphic work was cairied of! by Logan, Cough Remedy is better than any other.
hte remaiQBd permanent.
W. J. CLINK.
the Ashland photographer, for his unri We wdi tell you. When Ulis Remedy is
A Aair««m KtwnHn
Estate of A Shearer. Sale of real prop pliy creek.
u c pi 'h i^
C B M»tn-y'« phc. whs consiiismbly valed portraits and views. When you want taken as directed.
a fine picture at a -siirtl’ pr'ce cal! on been v jnir^ uq, ana betöre it has become
Estate <»t rumor hetrs of T. F. Beall. Ke damaged by toe Applet;»'*. wb.,c‘*
JOS. CAIRN SIMPSON.
., Me FsclSe
. . • . Wa?<i,
— —• ■ says:
—/ ° •
sett * 4 in the system, it will counteract the cemetery
cut a clmnnel through » pomou ut b;« nl i-i>r.
pt rt of K'Uu.d.an approved.
(h. Ö. 8.) IS a sure cure for anv <1»
Owut Blood Horse Association, (ays: ‘'Being
effec t ul the cul«i ami grvapv |r»nu it* -v- Specific
AU • «liy
a.late > i Win quart. Jos. Duuden ap- Ulla pituh
1 he piMBs is under ( bligstions to numer ^efiRv, |f nut efltrt liialiy cure the cold in «-Option
tanlllar with th. rem.rk.bl. etBoacy of St.
poiniad adiuinistrator and
For ihe b*'»t gUs.ware, «rookery, etc. ous friends for assistance rendered in k’el two days' time; and it is the only remedy ago I contracted a poisonous bl<Kxl <lia-
Jacob. Oil. I cbwrftiUv and heartUy indorse
—plain »mi Un- y—g-> to 'he
» * »rirty
U j v.luabl. sptatifle for painful allmenU.-
subscribers in this end JoS’-phine counties. ny with nature and aids nature in relieving out avail
I was about p, become di.-
Pioneer Mall Hervie*.
We have been compelled to use the means the lungs, opening the se< retions I »tm (y- heartened wh. r. a tricml induced me to
employed in pioneer times fur the past few I Illg the THUcu* and « .»..-»ing if s «.xpuDiop L7..1 i
A,'rr J“11''1« « part of one
The del.rved tuatl for this valley now at
Hon. ODEN BOWIE. »» Oo«r«.r ef Miry-
From GooH SoedMonly can < w » m 1 Vege
Several locomotives eanie over from tli- weeks f
Hoseburg amounts lo more than ten ton«,
And all of
■ fr.-»a »he air cells of (he lung-, amt rem r- bottle I was a sound man, and nos«mp
tend. Jock.y Club. Fri-.t. CKy fw JUilw.y
tables 1 h * grown.
S nd for‘Starretfa
amt the ra Iwav ai.d postal authotiues hav •
i.a»»*at diapat' hes from Linkviile are to • ing the ’•ystem to a strong and bcal'hy tome Of Ihe felldmeasf have ever returne.I. ’
Jr.-atise un blood and akin <li.ea.es
alsmt concluded to have >t sent around b.
the effect th.it th** great ruiiistorm extended ! * coiid.tion No other remedy in the mat-
have u»ed St Jwob. OU with «.thfactory
Special discount to uuirkv-t gardeners.
st n-e over ibe old route via Wolf creek J. in the v»il* '
through ibat section as we l as through the ■ i kyt possesses tfie.-e renin J; »b’j* prop» < ig«*. Utuiltu fr.*cf
reault«, anfl bvlfev. it the be.t remedy for th.
MM An at r i lalMy Bala ItlAa
i*«itT-rt< trtcCo., Atlanta. Ga.
«« Ki ld :■ <4 Biddle U-uxlaa ( ourity, aHI
' Ni> "the; w«l« «•up.* a « • ¡«1 i«® t|Ui» kly or
C W. Avers »1 Ashland has furnished
^-* and . - sj.ee fl ation,
a num I aisti j from a depth of over four fe»*t to Irss than i ' leave the system in as tumid a cumhtmu.
a. t a- oib-eunlraclor for the railroad com nial»
new Linn ,
GEO. STARRETT. 1
S om , .nw tap froaa l to ». uem
pany through Ihe blockaded section, am county Bank building »t Albany, and will a foot on the level Th»* snow is rapidly 50 cent and one-dullar b tiles fur sale at
AT D bccgiuts asd D^ amim .
will coubtless have his stages on the road iiuperiniend its construction. He is a tirst- I disappearing uuw, though me nights con • j ( ity Drug Store, Ja-rkbouvdle. an t by
at the NewR¡>ajxT A«iv«-r
moving the aeiumulated delayed uiaxl in a C1MS architect as well as mechanic. : - -
Engel Bru»., Phrnnix.
DUtlUBLU A.V0MLU M
our auUiurltcd aaenks
¿Ílí ¿DlUiuGalU < UUV-4
LADIES, MISSES, GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN,
STAVER & WALKER'S Branch House, Medford, Ores,
J. I. OASE
AT THE OLD STAND
Most Complete Stock of New Goods
CULTIVATE YOUR ORCHARD
irr it< wok / ih ^i,ooo.
FRESNO AND MERCED
To Rent and for Sale
The Orchard Home Association.
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS.
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000.
WM. ULRICH, Districi Agent
the boss boots
BE TO $10» HT
A n V* Agaate Wanted I
AKIN, SELLINC & CO.'S