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OFFICIAL PARIRÛF JACKSON COUNTY, OREÛÛN
HERE AND THERE.
Buy a White.
The White is still king.
Hurrah fur the railroad !
New goods at J Nanau’k.
Read the new advertisements.
Julius Schmitt has gone to California.
Circuit court will be in session next week.
Fresh vinegar at the 8. F. Variety Store.
Th* manufacture of sorghum is in pro
gress an I a consid« rable amount will be
made th's season.
Dan Reynolds has purchased Griffis A
Walker’s saw-mill and will prubnb y re
move it to Meadows precinct.
When in Medford don t fail to cali on I).
T. Pritchard, the jcwvìer
He will tak»*
pleasure in showing you his mammoth
stock of jewelry.
buine of the very best bread on exhibi
tion was baked by Mrs. E. Jacobs, troni
G. Kirewski’s flour. It attracted consid
Settle! Settle!! Settle’!! what you »»we
the T imes office previous to July 1, 1S9U, as
the books have been closed and must be
balanced at once.
Mr. Moss ami family, who have been
residing »»n Applegate for sometime past,
moved to one of Win. Bybees farms on
Antelope this week.
If you want to subscribe for the best
weekly on tbe coast and at the same time
gt l a chance to diaw a handsome present,
subs» ribe for the San Francisco “Exami-
i.rr.” Subscriptions taken at the I imeh
We recommend !)»• Wilt's Colic ami
Cholera Cure because we believe it a safe
hi d reliable remedy. Its good effects are
shown at once in cases of cholera morbus
and similar complaints. For sale a’FL ('.
A queer error crept into the “Oregon
ian’s” manufacturing edition when it staled
thut the area ot tillable land in this valley
was but 12U0 acres. Of course, 120,000 acres
was intended by the writer to have been
A fakir was arrested at Central Point
last Saturday for running a gambling
game He was placed under bonds in the
sum of >50. bin,of course, failed to material
ize at the appointed time. He had skipped
Mrs. Chappel ami Mi«s 8. Knowles, who
have so successfully conducted tbe Jack
sonville Hotel, will soon give up their pres
ent quarters in Ryan s building and occupy
Will Jackson’s building on California street,
Reparation« for planting large numbers
of fruit tre»‘M are being made in the valley
this tall. The ease with which everything
marketable has been disposed of this and
last seasons bas'been very encouraging to
Sheepmen have been hurrying their flocks
down from the high divides during the past
week, ll has been very cool in high alii
tudesall season, ice forming every morning
for more than a month past in the Dead
Crawford, Howell A Co. have signed a
contract With tbe Jacksonville «t Medford
R R. Co. I.> complete the r«»ad by the tirst
of January,and the rails have already been
ordered. This shows that business is
The travel over the C. A (). road is very-
heavy ut present, every train being un
comfortably crowded. Last
tram contained thirteen coaches as fnr as
Redding, and still it was impossible for
many to get seals.
Once in seven years—the body is re
newed The nluod must have the elements
of vitality. Wright’s Cumpouud Syrup of
Sarsapanda cleanses and enriches the
biuod, and gives a new impetus to lite.
Bold by all diuggists.
Members of the English syndicate which
is said to have bought the timber lands,
etc. »1 Hobbs, Wall A Co., and others in
Del N lie county, Cal., have lately been on
th»* ground to inspect tbe same. A sale
will no doubt be perfected.
We are sorry to learn of the death of E<1.
, I’iening. for many year« a resident of Jack-
j son and Klamath counli»*s !!»• wm ,»
genial,whole-souled man, who bad very few
if any enemies, and his denth will b»- re-
gret’e«! by ail wh » knew him. Mr. Pieniug
leaves a wife and fnnilv to mourn his loss
His remains u i *
» i -d in th- Central
Point cemetery i»>
John Keown, in - «-r *iv p«>-im uter at
Keown, Aileghativ county, P«nn., say»:
“Chamberlain s Cough Remedy sells better
than any other ” The reason of this is be-
cmumj it can always be depended upon
Let any one troubled with a severe cold
give it a trial ami they will find that the
first dose will relieve the lungs and make
breathing easier, and that its continued
use will free the system of all symptoms of
the cold. Ihe promptness and certainty
of this remedy in relief and cure of colds
has won lor it many sincere friends and
made it very popular. For sale bv Dr. J.
Hinkle, Central Point, and G. H. Haskins,
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
The Ruder pump leads ali others.
! Mm. Mollie Wilson of Grant’« Paw wa* at
i It cures headache only—Preston’s *’Hed- Glendale last wetk.
, Ake ”
The Chilian M»*dical (.o. is doing a big blisi«
j Cleanup, fix up and look up, for the ness at Grant a I’aas.
Andy Payne of Ja<-ka»»n county has b»»fin
railroad is coming.
visiting frfonds in Josephine county.
Pre-ton's “Hed-Ake” ia a specific for
IL M. Smith ol Grant’s Pass BtoBPtxl
Roberts House in Glendale last week.
E. R Ream?« of San Jose, Vxl,, is at
Hon. H. B. Miller and family of Grant’s
Pass were visiting in Eugene last week.
Linkvdie on business.
K H. Dean wi 1 farm J hh . T. Tuffts’ ranch
Immediate, harmless—Preston's ’Hed-
near Grant's Pate during the coming season.
The rumor that the Grant’s Pass railroad
Chas. 8. Moore uf Linkville has returned shops are to be removed to Ashland haa been |
home from his trip to Portland and Hau denied.
F. W. Chau««? last week returned to Cottage
tnsiled FRKK sf
J. B. Sollner, our merchant tailor, h«“ Grove after a pleasant visit with reiatirvs in
1« now ready for distribution and will be
1 JO pAtfCA---- •B'l
returned from his business trip to northern Grant’s Pass.
W. T. 8. Patton has tak»*n charge uf Hou.
It is • largo book—over
W. F. Songer's place south of Ashland for the ! charge upon application.
* article* of
Fied Khinhamer is still suffering from ooinlng season.
is profusely illustrated, faithfully picturing thousand* or
the » fleets of th«* injuries he inflicted on
Tbe G. P. W„ L. A Co. this work start their
his knee with a corn-knife several weeks »iynarnoa and flood tfcO town with electric merchandise in our great establishment.
light as per agreement.
Josephine county has a very fair exhibit at
J<»hn I). Chappel of Gall’.“ creek called
ye-t rdav. I n company with Thus. Dungre the Industrial fair at Portland, watch cause«
he is manufacturing a superior article of much inquiry about this section.
C. C R.igsdale has returned from a trip lime.
Work is progressing steadily on th«» new and by a perti-nl <>f io pa”pti. the render hu« M« pre at n command over
national bank building, which will be one ot
Oliver McGee uf Central Point precinct the handsomest edifices in southern (Jngon. i our prices and :i6>ortm(-ntR as tlioujfh personally at our counters. It
Mrs. VV. J. I’lvmale left for Yreka, Cal., was in town one day this week,accompani
Both the Hogue river bridge* at Grant’s Pass 'is a mirror of fashion, ail the la'c.-t
i- in various lines of nu rchan-
yesterday morning, to attend the fair.
ed bv a brother who recently arrived iron* an»! the lower Applegate bridge were upen»*d
-tin’' ji a
John M Nichols, a prominent citizen Kansas.
bv dc.-erip!'■ >n. S • <1 for
tor travel during the week. They are fine ! disc 1« in” shown l.y i
of Little Butte precinct, was here yesterday.
|it, and ttcii!«' tin- !■< n ii:s of the I,
The patent churn dasher, which John structures.
oil the Í’ai iíiv C a.-t.
Josephine county’s horsemen covered them
Judge Walton and wife of Medford pre W. Smith is taking orders for, is something
cinct made our town a visitón Wednesday ingenious and first-class Every farmer selves with victory at ttu- di.-tnct fair last week
and brought home a goodly numbdr uf
Miss Cora Liun has gone to Eugene, should h ave one.
where stie will remain a while.
The Jacksonville band furnished firat
Th? fine weather of th«- rast month cured
Sheri ft Birdsey leit (or Yreka yesterday, class music at the fair one day last week, hops to perfection, and the large yield of this
which was greatly appreciated by the county will flud a ready market at tup flgur«-s
and will attend the fair.
District Attorney Colvig has been at
J. T. Flynn win continue to act as agent fur
The premiums award?«! in the special the
(.■rant’s Pass on professional business.
Townsite compauy at Grant “ Pate for a
exhibit class has been unavoidably crowd
J J. Houck ufGold Hill visited relatives ed out of this issue of the T imes , but will tew months longer. H» was at the county -
a few days recently
at Corvallis last week.
a (»pear in our next.
Sheriff Moss an«! Clerk < handler, whoac«'(>in
B. B. Beekman has returned to Portland
Dr. Marcoux, dentist, could not practice fanled Hheriff Kndcrt ot Del Norte county
after a pleasant visit among us.
' . »T#-
in this «tate unless he graduated from a hl., toCrcoomt city, spent a fewdaysat tl
Miss Emma Pape is in Portland on a good school. His diploma has been en sounding sea before returning home.'
8. G. Benson, connected with the San J.»“-
visit, and will remain two weeks
dorsed by the honorable gentlemen com “M«-rcury,
” visited relatives at the Pa“*- a>’
8. M. Nealon of Table Ruck spent a few posing the Oregon state board uf dental week and promised them a write-up tor 1 »»•
hours tn town lately.
“Future Great’’ of Rogue river valley.
< i .-j' Í
There was a scrub race and a fight on
The Grant's Pass band boys attract*“! im ■
Win. Kahler and wife returned from a
tbe fair grounds bet ween a stockman and attention at the Central Point lair
pleasant trip to Rjseburg last week.
an Imiian last Sunday. The crowd parted Wodiunday of last week. The boys ui
Hon. J. W. Merritt of Central Point the combatants, or tbe dusky man of tbe novices no longer, and ar»* improving rapi'i y
Portland folks having found out bow
forest would have showed his superiority
our tomatoes are will us«- up tbe surph»u
David Horn of Hornbrook, Cal , was as a warrior, it is generally thought.
T. P. Lee has shipped hug«
among the fair visitors.
The exhibit of w»>ods, leaves and other quantities of tb«-in during the past two week.-.
Tbe family of Mr Weeks of Eden pre botanical specimens, made by E. W. Ham
J. H. Romig is nuwdoiug til»* barber act foi
cinct arrived from Canada last week.
mond of Pleasant creek, wras the object of a tine run uf customers at H»-ppn«*r, in Morrow
Judge Hanna arid wife arc expected to much attention and entitles him to much county. Tw»-«*d ( «•»•urn has-»ucc»*« d»-«i to th»
credit, as it was the largest and best ever business al Grant’s Pass, an«J a g»»«Ki barber h»
return trom Crescent city this week
Mrs. Ada Curry of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, made in southern Oregon, and the state,
J. W. Howanl has begun work on a band- j
who visited this section last winter, is as far as we «now Mr. H. promise« to do some r»*sidence on th«- nit»* of ills former
even belter next time.
reported quite ill at her home.
home, the old building haviug bv»-n removed
Everybody who saw the fruit-growers’ trom its foundations to accommodate the new
Samuel llarkne*-» of Jo-ephiue county
« uih d Wednesday aud 1 .id in a supply of «xbibit at ihe lair grounds last week is
It is hoped that the dam across the river
loud in its praise, and many of those wh»j
Mitallu seed al the 8. F. V xriety store.
nave M-ru « xhibits in other section“flay that will be complet»“l before th«» fail rams make
T. C. Law, Ralph Dean and J. W In they did not compare with ours Souih«*rn the stream troublesome. Our citizens natur
grain of Willow Springs precinct w» re he.e Oreg'»n cannot be beaten as a fruit-growing ally look for this dam to beasourceoi great
We tire able to offer for the reniHrkablc price of $2.2.», the
prosperity to the city luthi- future.
scciiun, and our people shuim! nut Jose
Webster's I mibridgetl Dictionary, bound in either full
Jas. McDon u/h ami w e of Willow* “ighl <»t thl“ tael
« xp»*n«l»-d in improvt-m« ut.“ in and about
morroeeo (full standard size, 11 in. long, 8 ill. wide, »
"¡»rings precinct have gone to the Yreka
The attendance at the fair l».“t week was Grant's Pttes. No w«md< r ti»»-r< are no idler»
< onsidt r.tbly larger than that <>i last year, in this seel ion at |*r«-“«-ut. “N«» boom, but a in. thick) containing about 10«»,<»00 words, over 440 cubic inches of
ax» we»« ihe leceipis from all »uher h«*altliy growth,’’ is what w«-arc after.
Wm H. Parker, who has been paying
county debt, as coni|>ik-«i by the United paper, aud nearly 3"<»,«'• <• square inches of printed surface.
California a visit, returned home \\ edn« - «pia: u r.“, rx« • ptmg pavilion entries, w hirh St The
tl« s census expert, nhows an actual in
have been abuli.-h« <i. Ihe largt st crowds debtedness,
day evening much improved in h *altb.
ubove cmb I i in tin- treasury and the largest and most valuable book ever printed aud sold for the
Captain W. F. áonger and family will ware present on M«»riday, Wednesday and coiiuctibfo taxes, of Dot about *17,bUU. Not a price.
spend the winter monibs in Mexico, says Thursday. It is estimated that there must l .adat which r<-si»lvnts ot tills county should
have been 4’JUU people on ihe grounds at bv discouraged.
tile Ashland “Record
His Grace, Archbishop Gross, will adminis
Col. Martin of Douglas county arr v» «i
ter the sacrum», nt u! c<>ntii luation to a large
yesterday and will probably remai » during
class at Grant's Pate next buturduy* and will
deiivera lecturetuour eitiaciM in tn' » v< n-
that day. il»-is an rlo<pi«nt orator and
F »ie.“l France has gone to Whatcom, ingol
H Krusi, vice president oi th•? S. 1*.
non*.- siiould tail to hour inui.
Bridge Co., has i»e»*n at ihe < o.intj-s» at W.*sh , where hr will locate.
k Scott ar«- succe«*dc»i by Riddle.
recently, oil bridge business.
Mr“ J B. Riddle of Douglas county has Pcutt X t o.. George Riddle anviug vut« rvd the
firm ms a partnei* last week. The prupositiuu
Gen. T. G. Kearnes started f» r the iu -un been vutung friends in Medford.
sell «»ut has been abandoned, an«! tuesv
tains yesterday, in search o! »leer. He
.Mr. Gnscz and family of Shasta valley, t«i
was accompanied by Geo. M. Love.
<’al. ¡»aid Medtord a visit last week
Hud enlarge their business as soon as their
Miss May Gilson went north, to attend
Do you want a watch you can depend store-ruom facilities ar«- enlarged.
school at Monmouth the coining winter. «m / See Pritchar«i’s patent dust-proof
A. W. Gowan, th«- c< umts mortgage investi
1 a -1 W vc k.
gator. reports 2;il iu«»rtgag«-w ot record in
county, rvnn senting an indcbted-
Mrs. P. M. Abbey »'f Yaquina bay ami
Miss .1 »sir Merriman returne«! home n«-te by private individuals ut upwards ot
! er tw»»-«»were among th»* visitors to the last week I r«un tea* Ling a successful school ><7,000, wmeh D- quite a favorable showing
district iair fr »m abr » i i.
lor <»ur county, ev» n at th«-prevailing rate «»t
at Fioun»-« Rock.
lu per vent, mt« rest, lhvrv were but P>»
Mrs Dr. Par-»»n a I her - • ; Frv«l re
Judge Walker his returned fr»»iu Lis mortgag».*s ¡»laced ot record tn this county
tun » d fr»»m th»*»r trio : . Yaq lh.'l b«\ an«! uurthrin tiii>. His health is sum» what during tin- mviul«- ending January 1, 1H.HJ.
U ih Willem« tie last ween.
better than it wa.-.
Th«* extent <4 th«* bu“m» te transacted by the
825 to eS6 '
John Butterworth <»t Yreka ¡»aid a vi-it
D n t 1 oi to “re the n* w line of goods at S. P. i>. »k ly. Co .it Giant's Pass can bv
K. Street, •
to Ashland last week, and was a companie»! Pritchard s m Medford. “Quick sales and rralijwd by a relerviicv i • statistK-s turnished
home by bis wife.
small profits is bis motto.”
tiu-ir estimated «»utput m
is placid at
C. S. Sergent, one of L nkville’s njrr
Our ¡»eopie ar»1 happy over the railroad $_.'»A’.OJu. ot which >2.».tW worth tiuds a ntaik» t
chants, attended tbe district lair last week, news. The radioau will make Medford m tins valley and >17d.UUU is s < h «1 »-lav* here.
Tnvir (»ay r«iil will icprvaeul $i‘W.«)u0 1»»r th«-
NEW THIS WEEK
accompanied by bis family
«be commercial center of the valley.
year, wuile their raw* material will cost ^4V,’kJU.
Ed. Sherman of Applegate was in town
Messrs Amierson and W»>o<if«>r«i have Unskilled labor avL-rag«-s >1.75 ¡»er day in tne
yesterday. He inform- us that his wife nmsh»‘d their wood-hauling contract iu shops; skilled labor, >4.01) per day.
Notice for Publication.
has gone to northeastern California.
: oe 8i.-kiy«»u ami returned home lately.
The undersigned lias now for Mie at M»
’>ri< ky ard« near Ashland
A. G Colvin and family, accompanied
Quite a number of nice buildings have
I'MTti' S tate . I. am > OrncB.
by Mr. Ennis, are paying this >»• ti«»n a :»vvu ¡»ut up in M»dford ibis year, and
R«>s» bill g. < »r.. S. ¡4 2»i, I-'.*" (
-everal are now in course of construction. ARM> rd<>N*G~MAtL"H-Near LinkvUfo.S» pt.
otice is hereby given that the
Miss T.llie IJla< k of Little Butte precinct
following-nani4*i s»*ttl»-r has li e«! notic«* of
169»». by Judge Un. Chas. Armstrong .»nd
O N. F«»wler last week disused of his
hiaintent on to mak? final pr««<»t in sup(M»rt of
Mite Cora M.*r-•».
is teac hing a tall term of school in one ol lurniture bu-iness here to 1 A. Webb and
and that said pr »-4 wii! b»* ma«k t»« -
the districts north of the river.
i went to L»>s Angeles county, Cal .to re NL8M1TH—CLARK At Dixie. >e pl ember 24. for«* tin* Judge,
or in hi- absence. b«?f<«re the
INCH TO« INCH
LsKU. at the r<sid» nee «4 me bride s pureiits. Clerk of th»' < «»nntv < ourt «4 Ja» kaon county.
John Olw« 11 of < eutral Point has gone t side
Or., «»n Saturday . N«»v.
Mt. Angel College, where he will be during
Tur M«»nar<Ti saloon at Medtord. unde
8. D. Fuit«»u ulhciaiiiig.
15. 1890. viz: Stvphvti B»-» rs. h<im«-stcud « ntry
the coming year.
the management of H. H. Wolters, “ prov
C. Il VEOHTE. A.bhnd.
Wm. G. Nornith is the youngest -on of th« No. <300, for tii«* h.q. "f NW. i 4. NE.Q »•( NWQ
Newman Fi-hvr tarried here a few d.»V“, mg a popular resort, l b? best of every Int«' nator Nesmith. au«l Miss Clatk is tb< and S(S
ot NE.Q of “«•«•. 42. fp. 34 >. 3 W.
whifoon hu way from Bon Francisco to thing in that hue is kept there
daughter ot Geo.t lark, of tt.<* Rickreal flour
Tn»* Me«lh»r«l mid« may lose some little , ing null“, both parti« ? ht longing lu tn- iva«i- hts continuous r«‘si<i» nev upon an«! cu ti-
ing lumiiics <4 th«* county. 1 h«* ceremony vation of »aid land, viz ; Mik-s S. Wak< ui.in.
O H Irvine of Albany, grand chancellor trad» trom ttie building <»i the new Monta was wiiu».*sMcd l»y only reiat.x «-.- au4 iinuivUi- Iianui .X athamer. 1.» wis Siftrs. Ran*, m
of th»* K. oí P., made tbe Ashland ami gu? flour mills, but have btl:e cause to atc friends. Tuv nappy cuupl • were esc«»rtvu » a> ter. ali ut \\ Im» r. Jackson C«».. ’ »r« g n.
JOHN II >111 PE. K» gist« r.
Medford lodges an official visit last wi-ek. tear any competition from any source.
to the tram attended t»> tne ucsf wishes hu « j
It is confi lent y »X|»egie«l that tbe congratulations ut many Ironds and de
Charley Judge amt E.l Nunan enter?»!
M'. Angei Coll»*. ? thi“ w» ek
The former S »uthvrn Oregon Sun lay S- nool Conven spvud several weeks.
tion,tube heid Inre in a “hurt time, will b?
will take the commercial course.
Î . • .. rm cnruKJTiD • •
Mr spi rry. a L <k*view att »rr»ey, accom
_ SMITH & WESSON
panied A S. Ilammom! of Ashland to Ulis va iey.
A « nri a«i »•( fo>g- were “f»i(4 e«l tn San
t »a n yesterday evening.
Francisco last week from this place. We PHILLIl’S-ln Ashland, S«*pt
S B. Hull ol Flounce R »••« precinct mp »rt Sacramento bacon, tun .-hip the
i'uillip.“ Mild VS lie, a sun.
called on Tuesday. H»- is rvcttv. iing fr<»m hogs fiom which it is made. This is “the CALAVIN .X» ar Hay n» svdlc. Sept J \ 1 siti, to ™ Thp Firs*4 Srtall Arms F uaf Minutari ufa H
" The Flrert Smill Arm» E>*r Manufacture«,
th»* injuries lie su-t dm »! in being thrown Oregon fityle,” we suppose.
Webb l alavm ami w Ht, a soli.
from a wag »n -ometinie since.
lu .M«“l!«>rd. >• pt. 24. 1-'.*'. to I rank
H. H Wolters, the mixologist, has re- WAGNER-
Mrs 8 1». Whittle of Ash and entertain muve<1 Lis saloon to the uuildmg next door : W.ign«-r nn«i wit«*, a »inugnt»-«.
?d her parents, Mr and Mrs. Pickeitof to C. W. Palm’s barbersh»»!». on Front CLARK -At Oleu<*. r*« pt«-mb. r 22. 1S|«>. to _ DURABILITY
Mr. ami Mrs. Wil.ia n t iaik. a dauaht r
North ( anyouvill*. several »lay* during -treet.
He has supplied the bar with
the finest wines, liquors ami cigars,
Page, the Portland commission and a tine billiard table can a.«.» be
LOADING and SAFETY
merchant, visite»! hi“ Ashland branch, tound there, (iiveliim a call, for he will
TRAYN'OK -In Tulu lake pr«« »m t. Sept, 2h, " Beware of cheap iron imitations.
which is un»ler the super vision of Jos. W. treat you well.
ffi Sf-’d for Illustrated Cata’rgue and Price List tc
Hockerstnith, during the week.
SMITH A. WESSON,
PiENING-At Black will. UctolM-r 2. 1?!*. of
Judge Webster will rettiin from Gilliam
( entkal point pointers .
catarrhal consumption. Edward Picmng; ■
sritjxariELD, MA KU.
couutv, where he his been holding court,
ag»*d about 47 y car».
(■il• leri-lcevt* sells furniture cheaper than
m a lew »lavs, when he will open court
anybody m southern Oregon.
Furniture of all kinds at Gildersleeve’s.
John Cunninghsm and family of Ph«rn x
lest week returned to their former home in Finest stock south of Eugene.
Iowa, to resul»*. though they have not sold
M. P.irk-ypd? is still justice of the
in the Justice’s Court of th«* State of Oregon,
their land near Medford.
¡»eace for this precinct, his success >r hav
tor tl««* county of Jackson, preciuct of
Miss Hattie Reames, an accomplished ing failed t > qualify.
Chas. Nick<*iI, plaintiff, v«. J. F Edwaids. de
R. V. Beall has returned from Shovel |
performer on the ¡nano am! (»’•gin, is
fendant; artiontor» cover min«*/.
giving lessons in music ami has a good- cre»*k. but is “(ill “iifl-rin: somewhat from
To J. T. Edwards th« ai»ov» -nameddel«*ndant:
N THE NAME OF THE S3 ATE OF OREGON
I you ore hereby required to appeal and
The condition of John Cantrall, who has
Dr. Il'iik.e has purchased the Whitnry
inswer th«* complaint ot th«- abov«* t laintiff in
b* en quite ill for sometime past, is not residence in Central Point, which is one ot
th«* above-ent it l«*<! court, now
hi« u 1th tin
mu-rove«! very iniu’h. Dr. J »nes of Med tbe largest and best here.
Justice of th»- P« a«*«- of “Ml«i <?<»urt, within
ford made him a vi-it on Wednesday.
m .- vic »
N«> nerd of sending to Port an»! for furni-
•t this summons upon you. if scrv»“i
Archbishop Gross and Father Clark re •tire Gilderslceve keeps a fine ass»)rtment
turned from their trip east of tTie moun and se.ls al the lowest rates.
n any »»tin r county iu tin- Stat»- of Oregon,
tains last Tuesday evening. They have
hen ’ wittun twenty days from tin* 3at»
T. <». Burrows, who has been in the em
done much rtt**chve religious work during ploy of Geo T. Hershberger, left for P«>rt-
if the s« rvic«’ of this sutnnions u(»< u
the past few weeks
■ ou; <»r if s « tv < x 1 on you out <-»f tin1 Stat«- «»1
lanil Tuesday evening to hx’ate.
• »regon.iir by public-ation. th» n by tin l ai;
H. C. Turpin, one of the <»l»l residents of
Ixjuis Gay, on»* of our in »st popular
•lay of Novenib» r. is*.*». An»! you ar»' her»•!»>
Jackson county, will foave for Albina, young men, ha-g‘ine to PortLiml t > take
>«4i!i«“i tliat it y ou tall to appear and anewci
Multnomah county, in a few «lays, where a position with Wells, Fargo »t Co.
aid «*otiq>!a!nt. as het, by r«*quir«d. th«
'laintifl* will uj ply i<<th»- <*<»urt for a Judg
he will take a contract from A. H. Maegly
Archbishop Gr >ss wrill lecture in our
«in nt against \« u tor th» sum of nm»iy
to clear a large body of land. Success to town
Friday evening, Oct 3 1
H»ilars an«i tu« nty-tlv«* <-« nta S-4O.2N an«! f» r
rtie costs and disbuis» m< nts of this a« lion,
there will be a large ati?uda»ice, as his
We last M«mdav receive»! a (»lea-ant call grace has no sup» rior in * »regun as a lec
Put>lish<<1 In tb« I» fm «»< hath T imes ly
from J O. Writsman. the never secretary turer.
•rd«*r«»t W. J. ply ma!<*. Juatic«- <»f th»Pea»«,
ron TnosF. mho » « vxot rossim.» call per
iiade on S« ¡4.29, 1sti>.
ot ihe Farmer’s ami Merchant’s Ins Co.
Prof. J. N. Hall, who went o»it <»f the
8O5AI. lv , II..ME MKATnOn PI.»« EU WIT»-
Given under my hand this 29thday ofScp-
of Alnany. !!»• is looking after that popu
Ui THE HEACH OF ALL THAT WILL GIVE
lar company*« extensive business in south K•amath Agency - h ) »1 when G n. Apple
< HAS NI( KF.LL. Plaintiff.
IXSTAXTAXEOl'S KI.I.IFF A.VO A
ern Oregon. _____
Point last w»*ek. He looks none the worse
for the wear.
Th? («rent Benefit
TTlie most speedy, positive and perma
Dr. L. L. Whitney h i- disposed of ail his
Which people in run down stat? of health
derive troxn Hood’s Sarsaparilla, on interests in tins pl tc?, a » 1 will ram >ve to tient cure for Catarrh of the Head. Asthma
clusively proves that this m?«icine “makes (»rant’s Pass, where h s “ >n Gc»r:« al- Btid all Throat, Bronchial, Lung. Heart.
th»» weak strong.” It does not act like a eady resuL's. He 1“ a g »«> I phvMc a » ami Stomach, Liver and Kidney Affections,
stimulant, imparting fictitious strength, an upright man, and we wish him success Nervous Debility, »1
but Ho«»d’s Sarsaparilla builds up in s in his new h«»me.
its various stages, jx-rnianently cured.
perfectly natural way all tbe weakened
D r . A born ' s O riginal M ods of T reat
¡»arts, purifies the bL»«»d,«ndassist«healthy
mining sews .
ment and his hlKDiCATrn I nhalations
action those important organs, the kidneys
Notices for the I »canon of placer aud give» instantaneous relief, builds up and
quartz mines, etc., for sale at the T imes of revitalizes the whole constitution and
Executrix a Sale ofTrnoual Property.
KheumaUsm, Nenralfla, Corn:
system, thereby prolonging life. Weak,
Notice is hereby given that the under-
The American Mining Code, standard nervous, debilitated and broken-down
HBADA0HE. An« ALL PAIN.
sign?»!, ex-culnx of the estate of John E. authority on all subjects pertaining to constitutions, old and young, invariably
Tkt Oafflkrat* FwfttT* ttS >•(*•!▼«
Ross, deceased, will »ell th? following all mining, water-rights, etc., is kept for gain from ten to thirty pounds in from
ELECTBIC COUGH Ct'Rl
personal property at the home place in sale at the T imes office.
own cold ». c » oup . nnsuniPTioD.
thirty to ninety ,la\ s
(cutral Point precinct, on Saturday.
There is considerable excitement in
D r . A born ' s pin nomenal skill and mar
Soli by »11 Dr«npil«.
£trh 25c, 60c A t'
October I, 1S90. Eight head of horses, two Jose’ hine county over a rich strike m Dr.
. Pr»»'«. Lsa AngslM, Osl
head of mules, eight bead <»f cows, four Flaunagan’« quartz mine in Ap,» egate «ii-- velous cures have created the gieatest
hcati of calves, one spring wagon, one iron iri' t. Several hundred dollar« were taken astonishment ou the Pacific Coast and
axle wagon, live setts of harness, four •ut ol a small amount oi or»*, a u! it is said throughout the American continent, dur
plow’s, t wo harrows, two mowers, one sulkv hat a “inall “earn of almost pn e gold has ing the past twenty-five years. Asthma,
rake, on? seeder and cultivator c<»mbii»ed,
Catarrh of the Head, and all Throat, Bron
one derrick fork and ru|»e, one -?t »4' bla< k- been struck.
Cor. 3d and E 8traete,
Joseph Brumbaugh is up fro n Jackson chial and Lung trouble instantly relieved,
smith’“ tools, household am! kitchen
furniture ami other articles too numerous county, ami hns some ti ie sp •cimens of also Ear Diseases and Deafness often cured
to mention. Terms of sale: Cash on all
The A born ’ s essay on tbe “Curability of Con
sums un l»*r >2«) Six month s time will b? 50 teet and run a f«»rty-fo«»t tunnel
• 'ontatriirig pfi! Rootn«, well furnished.
given un sums over >20. Notes to be well specimens, when examine»! with a glass, sumption,” and a treatise on “Catarrh of
sh»»w couMderable fr?? gold. He calls the the Head,” with evidences of some ex
-»•< ured and draw 10 percent, interest.
------ TUB IIBHT------
E lizabeth R»» ms .
traordinary cures, mailed free. Call or
Salem.— Capital Journal.
<’!4E DOLLAR PER DAV HOUSE
A Wonder Worker.
never fails to attract g» m ral attention during
KLAMATH COFNTY ITEM*.
our cloak sales. Correspond»-ne»- Solicited.
Fourth and Morri non
IN THE STATE.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of
Burlington, <>I mo , «latea that be had been
Amon Shook and Win. Nall of this county
N ot «. — Home treatment, «ecurely packed, »ent by
c B'ites to *nd frem the Hotel.
under th? car»* uf two prominent physi were at the district fair last week.
•>pr*>s to all parts of tbe Pacific Coast, fur thoke who
v 'litnw sn.rlojid and
cians ami us d their treatment until he
Houston brothers an»i Ky Tay lor have re Cannot possibly call in person.
was nut able to get aronml. They pro turned from the n»»rth and have i*<*Msed to
J I j L.
«■ HsS.ccnt«; beging 26 cr.t« tu M ernt«
AU INVITED TO CALL FOR FREE CONSULTATION.
nounced his ase consumption and in look fora fairer land than Klamath basin.
curable. He was persuadid to try Dr.
John W. Loosley has been appointed custo
101, 163 3d St.. Portland, Or.
K. LEVISTOM. Proprleto
King's New Discovery for Consumption. dian of Fort Klamath an»l the al»aiidon»si mil
coughs and colds.and at that time was not itary reaervation. at a salary of $'»0anionth.
S. B. Cranston and family are visiting rrla-
able to walk across the street without
»»1* Store f»»r first-elusa gtxw!
Assessor’s Notice to Tax
th«* Circuit Court of the Stat»* ot Oregon Loading Dry Go»
at Kastcin l’Hct «.
resting. H? found before be had used half tiu»>? at Palouse junction. IVaah. J. I). Fay In
for the county of Jackson.
of a dollar bottle that h«* was much better , a« tar as Rogu<* river valley last week.
_ matter of th»* assignment oi James
hecontmued louse it and »o-day isenjoying
Kiueind un»l Oscar <). Ktneni«! a>
Prof. J. N. Hall, teacher at the agcn»*y. f« lt
«»ll< R !R HHRFZBY GIVEN THAT THE
partner*, doing buttine»*!* under the firn,
g<Mx! health. If you have any throat, lung coinpelbs!
to resign his position receutly.
lfoRr.l of Equalization t«»r Ja» k-. n c»«iin-
name of Kincaid Bros., and as individual-
or chest trouble, try it. We “guarantee owing to ns-ent
changes in tn? officials thenr.
ty . >t:»t»* of Orca«*»* w ill c« nv« n. at th< « flio
satisfaction. Trial bottle free at all drug It is quite posaibh* he may once more
In Ja« k»4onv1lle un
lTICE IS HEREBY given THAT ON
renounce hi« allegiance to the Republican
S»*pt«*inber 15.1K90. th«- above named insol
Orioftrr •ft, JáW,
vent dt-btora, James H. Kincaid and Oscar O
J. C. Allen of Dairy has the sympathy of his Kincaid.as partner* h<*r<-tof<»r«’doing buainra*
Settle Up Notice
f i thè purjaiae of publiel» etauiinlng tbe Aa-
frfonds in his’sad bereavement, having as Kincaid Bros., at Central Point. Jackson
ami corn-cting a’i » rr» ra in vai-
One \ «railed Jersey cow. four years old many
KNOWING THEMsELVEs nation. «Itwrrlptlon, uuttiiti«* <>f landa. l«»ts or
past, ot »V. 0. Myer's Ashland stock, and during th»» past month. Th«- child was born to me, the und«*rsign«*d. Win. It. Kincaid, tor
Hata boa ni al i «-'»rifinii»* in
will conte in ¡text January. 1 raised the September l:’th. th»* moth'-r died ou the lPtb tlie benefit of all tiu-lr creditors, under an«! by
notified to call at our oftk-»- and make ¡»ronq I
t»n from day to day uniti «aiil roti haa
cow ntyself and know that she is gentle and ult. and the child lived but five days afterward. virtue of the act ot th«* l»*gia!ativ»* assembly settlement of tlicir ae<*«>unt? on or I»» for? 8v|r- *e«s
bw» n dnly ewBflnriL
of the state of Oregon. »*nuti»*d “An act to tfinbcr 10, ldBO. W»- n«*»*d th«- m»>no>- in oui
can be milked by a child. Also one 2-
Ah parti«» !pt**r«£t»-d wiil tak» due D«»fire
<«'curc to creditors a just division of th» tnMflncs? nn«l mu.«<t have n without d»-iAi.
vear-nld heifer from the above cow, winch
Ittici gbvern tlnansfo* aeoordtngly
estat<*f< ol d« btors. who convey to n*slgn«*s-
REAM h?“ a WWTR.
J M <TI1kDF.RA
wilt cniue In durioe the spring of 1H91.
I oil« r $20 reward to any person who for th»» benefit of creditors,’” unproved «.»<tob»q August *.•*?. 1“H»-
Also one Indian pony. Persons desiring gives information leading to tbe cm.vieti 1“. 1 m *S. and th«,-amendmentstm n to.approve«
.Tackaonviifo, Scprinbei ». t«*».
Sind, irentle animals, of good .lock, wit* ti »ii <»f the vandal who «et tire tn the r» bruarv 24, ’5'7 All er» «lit» r- ot * : m < i ins‘ l-
I find th -above just as I recommend them. bru. h. and :uy icncs <»n the hill adjuluing e..nt dvutort are berti»y u tiii-d to ( r» *»-nt
PAID. At I . or
1’ 8. A.I p»TA<>r»“
tiAv • »
1 v or j'nr-
their claims, under vatu, to in»*, the und« i - AULnIO
lcau) turni.-foxt fr««.
P. O. Vl< KLUY. tinlK
my rcMdric'e, on Sunday aftern »on.
-• 11.» »1 no rigHkrcs i ri i c< iU. wb»» hnvc*
slgn«“l asslgnc«'. at C«-ntral P«»int Jacks o Augusta.
Jacksonville. Sept. 16, fk!>».
P. B ritt .
toiVf tt> Mini»- » jo • • -i <>r \nld
county, Oregon, within thr«*< m< fiUis from
■ t <*r > ' ,11,
«11<M n Illi»»,»
ma«!». «r»1 r» «pi--i it.» att< n<i to tbia
the dat»* thereof.
“I mmj lu ardu k. uv. u uru
1 ni medi
relief by using Preston's
If you have headache try Preston's" Hed-
Dateti this 25tb day of
With this inane a «'hang? takes place in
the management of ibis paper, the T imbm
Publishing Co expiring by limitation. The
b»«oks have been clotted ami stut**iu?iits
T ie price of hops is still advancing.
a ill be sent immediately to all indebt
ora prior to Ju.> l. IK9U. An early act He
Settle what you owe tbe 8. F. Variety
tuenl is requested and required, as the Store.
business of the company must be settled
Cures while you wait—Preston’s ‘’lied-
T imes B vblinii . sg C o .
Jacksonville, July 1. lKJO.
Visit the industrial exposition at Port-
1 » fails, money refunded ; Preston's “Hed-
The following is a summary of the races Ake.
The ladies should ¡mt fail to examine
which took place at the district fair la-t
Thy nights are quite cool and frosts are tbe handsome millinery goods that Mrs.
week and have not been reported in the in order.
Prim selected personally from the great
T imes as yet:
stocks in Portland
Why suffer? Preston’s “Hed-Ake” will
vi mi pay
R b. Osburn, formerly of Jacksonville,
Io the novelty race, one mile. Kii< kitat cure you.
has hem nominated by the Democratic
was first at ll e quart r and h ili mile poles
J» »ry N'unan is receiving new goods by state convention of Nevada for regent uf
and al*o came under the wire first, Wolt nearly every train.
Creek Bally leading Lin» at the three
quarter pout. Sammy ii. bolted the track
Fruit jars ami jelly glasses at cost at tbe
An excursion front Portland over the
S F. Variety Sture.
at the outset.
bouihcrn Pacific lines will pass through
race was won
next Wednesday morning. Il
Brir.g on that wood you promised us on will valley
Humakar*» Maud O., beating
afford cheap fares.
Lrroux’s Signal Venus, the latter taking subscription account.
Ruggles A Taylor’s circus is on its way
tbe nee.»» d heat. Be-*l time 3.10.
Ban Peart of Woodville precinct was in north. It performed nt Grant’s Pass at the
1 h»- ruMNM 1
•' »' * >n 1,y Bingo t»»wn last Wednesday.
beginning ol the week
Rubv K Sts >>nd. Arago, Wake up Jake,
.Medford roller flour in quantities to suit
and Oregon Boy al-»«» ran.
J. DeRoboam and wife are improving
at Kearnes A White's.
the lot in town which they purchased of
In t:*e m le and repeat race Bingo and
Little, and it will soon present a
I lie fair is over and all have resumed
Wolf Creek Hallv were entered. It was a their usual conditions.
much improved appearance.
runaway !• r the former, who won with
Tbe Yreka fair did not commence until
T. C. Law is improving his premises in
b mds down in slow time.
yesterday, on account of the rum, which
The trotting race for the purse of >5uu W iliow Springs precinct.
feb tn torrents. The weather will serious
wa-i the biggest lake of the wh de fair. The
We can aim» st hear the whistle on the ly interfere with its success
entries wen- the < rvscentciiy h r^es J bn branch
Neboti and E. P. and Dr. Van lake’s
J. W 8«jwden,Laving resigned the agency
Mailion Adrian The latter won the first
Groceries an I provisions of all kinds, of the White sewing machine, head»|Uurters
beat aid E. P. the second, with Nelson fresh, at Kearnes A White’s.
therefor have been estnniished at the 8. F.
«¡"•an ed The next w »s a dead beat,am!
Mrs. M. J Lawrence uf Gall's creek was Variety 8t«»re in Jacksonville.
the iwo next beats, although
N. b. Drew has sold his farm on Apple
E P. ran beat him easily. A great many in Jucksonvide on Wednesday.
*«4duii the rate, wild, <>t couis,-,
8‘me mow has fallen on the higher gate tu diarie« Fuilh and will soon remove
to Klamath county, w here he has purchased
theie was much di^sari-faction among m untains during the past week.
the latter’s homesteud claim.
tho-e on the outside.
Pais ey. Like county, will have some
The slow race did not materia izr, and a
The rain storms uf the past week seem
match race between Gold Digger and Blue interesting horse races Nov. 12th.
to have been general all over the entire
8b»»at was substituted. The latter won
First-i-lass cedar fence posts for sale in coast, doing much damage to vineyards in
quantities to suit at the T imes office
central and southern California.
1 he in.itch race at the fair grounds
hi‘t wee«, be'weralbe trotters ot J. Bel
G. ’A Wise has been appointed post
We acknowledge the receipt of a compii-
linger, J. Auge an I Lawtui Bos, was master at Warner lake, Lake county.
mentaly ticket to the N«»nhwestern Indus
wo » by B I n:er, although it w.i* - ip,»us
Exposition,to bt h»4<i at bpokane Falls,
J. C. W bipp '»f this (»la» e has made an trial
ed that he was u<4 in it.
Wash., lroin Oci. 1-t tu N v 1st.
asfcigi meut in f ivwr of John F. White.
Harris A Murphy Brothers la-t Monday-
1 iiulier Land Frauds.
.Monthly installment« of >10 will buy a opened
meat market at Ash
It appears that the crop of suckers is
land, which niace is now f.x ellentiy web
Alta wtl probably be shipped to C.ilitor-
a way - equal to ib«* demand
( n i <*n Triti Laid when in Medford and sapp.ied in inis line of busillis».
tiia -o ii. and *»;e»l to either Direcior or
-n rks uad w-ra»-«! iruudule* t limb, i
se» some' .ing new in the jewelry line. •
Wi k< s. It is un.:< rstood thut the
t .1 -«,».:. » in h - vic niiy » u tv . :ii.H
Old papers, in quantities to suit, for sale quantity ol pears tio n tin* t »rmeis of App»t- I; o n 1» «»I Kitty 11am are not yet satisfied
it w. ii.u b- iiiipiiMiib.e to hod al.} one who
that Aita c.*n b.-at her, and woul»l like
gale and other parts of toe vali- y.
Would lake stock in anv scheme that was at the 1 imks uthce at50cents a hundred.
to match H un against Alta again.
nut, on its lace, legitimate. However, we
Johnson Bros., G»-o Weeks, Win. M»-
A. L. Kidder of Meadows precinct has
have found that we were mistaken, a* the gone tu Roseburg, and will remain a while. Daniel and others have killed several bears
Everybody who can should go to Port
f<-.. owing w i*l show It appears Hint VV. A.
land ami atiend th»* industrial exposition,
on E k and Trad creeks recently.
Dr. Robinson’s son Willy is quite ill. but
Cuburn and partners came lore about
now in progress there. It is the greatest
F. H. Rowe ha> commenced to stock lair ever held in tbe northwest. Signor
three months ago ami commenced business. was improving a little at last accounts.
his Roseburg lumi er yard. lie has Liberati’s famous band furnishes the
They locat» d about forty people un claims
Don’t forget the local teachers' institute machinery on the way for a sash ami door
uj t e McKenzie nver. making many allur
music, which adds very much to theenj >y-
I bey received from each ut which will be held at Gold Hili to morrow. factory, planing-mill, and so forth.
tnepaitiC’ a bou* >22 to p.iy rX|»;*n**e* uf
Ten thousand feet <»f lumber at Sain's val
’s Jamaica Ginger—strictly pure.
hu W Smith of Fort Jones, California,
n g, e'c.. Leslies charging etenun- the ley school-house fur sale by Scott Griftin ut An Wright
ex« elient remedy lor cramps, cum,* anti is J»
tn th»* valley taking orders for tbe cele
< >uv value to ihe land ami board while .-<» Tolu.
where a tonic for the stomach and bowel*» brated Rusler patent rubtier bucket pump,
engaged Of this >um tiny paid mi: >s and
Heating 'tows have be**n called into req is required, bold bv all druggists.
which hits n«> e«jual. Thousands of th«-m
pocketed the other >11 thus making >jt»o
less expenses. In audition, these same uisition again, ns tires are quite comfort
Subscription« for the S. F.Examiner taken are in use. as they ii**v» r fail to give satis
part it-. so we are informed, located 100 able.
at the T imes olii «•
Those wishing a faction; tiesides, they *lu not cost much an 1
propie from other portions ot Oregon aid
Neuman Fisher is receiving bis fall and chance m the grand November drawing last fur years.
U .-»uiiuton, receiving probably >50 from winter stock uf g.»o,is, which is a large, first- should sei «1 in their names at once.
For rent or sale at a sacrifice, nearly 2Ja
each un an average, thus cleaning up about class one.
J. T. Edwards of Tat»le R »ck precinct a«r«*s land with about 75 bearing fruit
fáoiM) <>n tbi''transaction. Th»* first proofs
trees, joining the corporate limits otJack-
H. I M»*t'!u!i»-n announces that he is a
wee advertise»! lobe made at ifoebiig
on ¡así \V»di esday, mol «bout til e .i of } c:«ndidMte fur the ,'tìice »4 city recorder oi ing, accompuiiie«i by Lis family. He is sonviUr. I here *.s a house, good well »»»
wafer,barn fur 2 horsts, hay loll and chi' k-
tho-e who fi.nl “ •»»ntr.bu’ed
we:» «».» I
n. i- i he I r • ’ ' < • j»ii’«<i b • i Io
A couple t xbibitv i a bulla o at the dis v:i h"U“e -41 the place, witn a -mad » ret k
Him.-r- ii* s »me sections have coni-
I n. • d butt«» ;b;il < a «»or i. a i«l Wv
!a it«! m» io « . tu j lu’v ,*nd s»iw grain fur the next trict fair last week, an 1 captured a nunibei at h.m:. 1 <i»i:re of < . B. Rostel.
to put in a.« app-araiH ■*, -o the pro »is were ' hai vest.
ll.ey are now »u Yreka.
An eleven-yvar-ohi son »»f W. H Bieesr
not made, those who tiled a«e oui quite
Fur furniture of every description go tu oi Talent was kicke I in tne face by a play
an am uni tach, but are considerably
In a half-mile race, at the Salem state
wner —(Eugene Guard.
fair. Rye Straw, the eighteen-year-old J«»hn Gddeisleeve ut ( entrai Point. He ful horse one day last week, an»i was
ket ps a complete and tir-i-cias> assortment Km»ckt*d insensible, ti»e force of the con
< ab« rn amt oibers also located quite a horse, w»n
cussion breaking out several teeth ami
and sells al the most reasonable rale».
number of parties on timber claims m the
Ihe Gold Beach “Gazette’’ reports the
throwing him through a pine-board fence.
upper Rogue river country, who will ais«»
Our Oakland ex» hanges report the »leatn H- is slightly disfigured, but not seriou-ly
probably come to grief.
of Miss Jennie 1 Slone, of the “Cove,’’ hurt.
age«i 14 years, last Wee-.. She Was the
Noles, receipts due bills,drafts etc., in daughter of .Mr and Mrs. Jacub Stone.
rheownerof Bingo made a cleanup,at the
form handy am! tirst-class, at the
fair, »s his horse run several races and w«m
The following are R»*v. Robert Booth .•» book
The largest ami best stock of deeds, all <-f them, in some he should nut hate
1'1X1 Mr* office.
appointments for the present ye.tr. First
mortgages ami nil kinds of real-e«tate am! torn allowed to enter; but nobody looked
bantath of each month, Meuford at II
At »*»>?»t a large, tirst class assortment of legai blank“ s»»uth of Salem is kept at the after the matter, and he walked away with
o'clock v. M. and 7 P M second Sit»b.»th, fruit jar*» and jehv glasses, at tbe S. F. T imes otli'.e and sol»! at Portland rates
u c nsiderabie sum of money he wa“ not
Central C unt at 11 a . M an 1 7 r. m . Variety St«»re.
third Sabbath. Medi ad at 11 a . m and 7
The many hundred p-op e from abroa«i entitled to.
I*, m . fourth Sabbath, Juck*»»nviib* at II
who attci d»*»! the <1.stru t la>r have nearly
Ed. M. Connell an«! Dr. Robertson of
a . M. and 7 pm . "aboatb s« huol at Jackson abroad in thè iati«! again, being at Jackson all returne«! home, though som»* of th -m Yr» ka passed through town one day last
ville every Sunday a: 12 m . and prayer ville Ulis week.
went t<» Y it k t, Cai., to atte ml tbe fair there. week, en route to Josephine county, in
nutting every Thursday evening at 7
A bdl prosiding for the sale of the
A dailv stHge line between Ellen-burg, • iiiest of mu elk they lost in tbe c»)ast range
Kl.mtth nwr Indian reservation has and Smith River, Cal., is one of the bene some years since. 'They had good dogs ami
The following are Rev. R. Ennis’ appoint pasotd coi gres».
a«*cQUtrement“, am! as th»* weather has
fits that our Curry county neighbors enjoy all
ments ’»i. every Sunday morning.excen*-
been favorable the search can but termin
Clothing ami gents* furnishing goods of since the completion of the wagon road ate successfully.
li g the third, r e will huid services at tne
Presbyterian enurch in Btueuix. on third the i-e-i quadty at Reames ami White’s—
Nunan’anew fail goods ar»* m»w ready
proposed change from Ashland stone
Sumiay morning and » v-rv Sunday even new this weex.
forinspecti.m.ann Jerry will be most plea*eu to The
Tenino stone for trimmings for the new
ing he will preach at the Preshy ter.an
A tin»-line of accunlions has just been to show them to his customers. N»-w ad ci'ytnl bud ling at Portland smells very
church in Ja< ksonvdle
receive»! at the 8. F. Variety bt«»re and vertisement will be in I ime - next edition. rankly of a job. I: is openly a«serted
Arcnbisb»»p Gruss arid K?v. Father Clark wid be old cheap.
w.libv »tiran:*-» Pa on Saturday even
A complete assortment ol justice’s blank“ • hat tne Tvtiin » men have been attempting
mg. whn h will pr* vent the Litter fr hu | E<! "I.criu 4i of Applegate has receive«! will be «ent to any address lor the small <»y bribery to get the build ng committee of
w< rd H it an um le »iie»i in the east recently sum of >2. 1 hey are the latest ali i best. • he city council to gnore the Hpe< iii» atinns
h i i ngon n m here 8u h 1 . y
Theie w 1. be no services in the Prr-by I and eft nim >3Giu
Address T imes i'rintiag House, Jackson of the architect » ailing f »r the u«e of Ash
IvrMii church the coming Sabbath, a h»*
1 h- new (’attiniic church at Ashland was
pastor w 11 be absent attending the meet
Two fakirs named llesson ami Westfall,
incs oi Presbytery and Synod.
Vi>it in the valley.
at the lair !• Portland, for »H“i»lay at tbe .vcnnipnnied by two women, hel«i forth
Tue Pre-byirry of s.»uim ru Oregon wil.
t1»e fair grotimis last week and exchang-
industrial lair tber»*, m t with very gener
meet on Oci. 3 i at 7 .3«* P M. m Oatvluml.
A railroad between Jacksonville ami al sanction among our progre->ive fruit ••*t a c..n-:«ierahle amount of their nostrums
Or., ami the Synod <4 the Columbia wi.l Mrtif oid wdl imw surely be built. No men.
I for cash.
They should not have been
n.< et on thv 9.i> in Portland.
foolishness this time.
al owed on the grounds, anymore than
1 he follow mg are the appointments of
who robbed a large num
With the lifting of the smoke cloud mediately. We r»fvr to De Will’s Coin
Rev. Fainer Ci.»rk for the month ut Octo
ber with their wheels of fortune, striking
ber; bunday, Oct 5th, at Grant's Pass;
ami Cholera Cure for ah summer com machines, etc.
()< t 12th, Ash ami . Oct. 19 h, Jacksoiividt buie paradise on earth.
plaints. No delay, no disappointment, no
Reatnes A White received this week their
at 10;20 a . M. ; Oct 2»ub, Giant’s Pass at
Phil. Mi ler made a trip to Cinnabar this failure.
new stock of fall an»! winter goods, coo
10.30 A. m .
week, packing in a lot of supplies fur Job
whs pting, in part, of dry goods, ladies fine
Garretson and others.
thrown from his h(»r-e while ruling alter dre«9 gooiia. fancy goods, ladies' and gents'
The I bampion Peach.
J 8. Brooks, late a trainman on the cattle one day last week and had Ins coll ir furnishing good“, fine shoes, hats and
li me broken
Dr Geary repaired the clothing, all of which they will sell at the
There has been mu« h controversy in
most rea-onable prices Call and see their
Ashland over the question whether a peach business al Sisson, Cal
new goods before making your purchases
ever grew large enough to weigh a fud
Henry Westbrook of Smith river, Cui.,
A summer frinnl—Wright's Blackberry elsewhere.
P un i, aid the veteran nurseryman, O. wh«» was badly hurt by a runaway horse Cordial. Once used always taken. Relia
Co«»lidge, has been skeptical enough to be ■ aiely, is convalescent now.
ble and prompt. Pleasant to take, indis-
1 B. Williams of Central Point this week
heve himself safe in uiYering a dollar for
The Patterson ami Gray combined bar (»ensible for summer troubles. Sold by all circulated a subscription paper for the pur-
ev»-ry pea« b thought him that would weigh
p»»“»* of raising funds to make a survey of
as much as a pouml. Last week W. H. venter an»i thresher cut aud threshed this
ttie l>est and most direct ronte t<> Klamath
Atkinson picked a peach, which he had -eason 11,000 bushels of grain.
Fred Autenrieth is <«>nductor and sec county. A surveying party will soon be
been w itching for sometime on a tree st
retary of the Yreka branch railroad. W. put in the field, ami it is expected that the
bis phu e in town, and found that its w eight
Dean engineer and
A. Larison fireman.
any other place. It answers better than The
will make un appropriation to
was ♦ x •<•:!}’ Is 2 ounces, and that It meas at
r«»a»l is paying more than running ex- legislature
assist in ttie construction of the proposed
ured 12S ¡in he- in circumference. This i>
tin ethciive wind up of the «»»ntroversy.
The old reliabl»* Phoenix flour can now
The best remedy f r headache and neu
hik I it is bc ievt-ti to i»e the champion p< acl. be found at the 8. F Variety Store. It is
Mrs. J. 8. Cumtnons of Ashland h re
ralgia is Wright s Para on Headache rem ported
<•! :he Pa' ihe enaat for size
It waa sent Ko second to none in the market.
Io have gathered seven hundred and
th» southern Oregon disirn I f ur a' Central
sixty gallons of blackberries from a quarter
De Will’s Little Early Risers. Best lit less, tasteless, no bail eflects. Sold by ail of an acre of ground this season, besides a
Point, a:» l h » '-i re coon i » »he Industrial
fair a: P rtiand. It is of the variety called tle pill for dyspepsia, sour stomach, bad druggist«.
large quantity of peaches, plums, apples
2t) ounce eiing. an«f from a tree that h«s breath. Bold by E. C. Brooks.
If you want any repairing done cal! on and pears from her three acre orchard.
t»orn»- many very large pen- hes. J VV.
A flue supply of frebh candy, nuts, Prit< hard, one door from Grind (’entrai, Truly, “Five Acres too Much” 1» pracii-
H<>ckeismith, the fruit shipper, offered >» bananas, lemons, etc., at tbe 8. F. Variety Medford. He can’t make a new watch out of cally»xemplified in this happy vallej* when
for the pea h. ami is now the owner of it, store. The best m the market.
an old one, but Im can make a old one run rightfully managed.
says the “Tidings.”
dke a daisy.
There is no p’ace in southern Oregon
Work is progressing finely on the new
where such a well-assorted ami first-class
of shelf-hardware, cutlery. ammuni
residents uf that section report.
ed with us a city denti-.t who will give
This iemtrly is becoming so well known
\ <»u all t he science you want in dentistry.’ tion, builder’s materials, firearms, tools of
and so pojniar as to need no special
After diphtheria,scarlet fever,pneumonia Call on Dr. Marcoux, at the P. 8. Hotel all kinds, etc . is kept as at the pioneer
n eniion. All who have used Elec tri» or any other severe illness, there is no better and see him.
store of John Miller in Jacksonville. He
Enters sii g the same sung of prais»*.—A tonic than Hood's Sarsaparilla.
keeps only the best goods and sell« at the
If you want to preserve your roof, as well must reasonable rates. Whenever you
purer med »me does not exist and it is
guaranteed to <!■» all that is clanne»i. Eiec-
need anything in Ins line call on Mr. M.
tn< Bi. ters w ill cure all the diseases of the • xhitui his tine Gailowny cattle, which took patent a“bestos paint. it has no superior. and see for yourself
For further particulars call on Frank By-,
liver and kidneys, will remove pimples, the tirst | remium at the district fair.
The n mains of Byr »n Springer, the
boils, salt rheum and other hffectious
De Witt’s Little Early Risers. Best livej bee, sole agent,
Cr»»»k county stockman, who it was
cause»! by impure blood.—Will drive ma ill » ver niade. Cure constipation every
Hibbard’s asbesti« roof paint “till ieads claimed committed suicide at Red Bluff,
laria from th»- system ai d prevent as well urne. None equal. Use them now.
All who have tried it speak in the great»*“t <’JifoiniH, recently, were sent to his okl
as » ure all malarial fever-.—For cure oi
Remember that it will t ost vouunly >15 fur terms of praise, for it preserves a* well as home in Yamhill county for burial Later
headache, cor.stipation and indigestion tr\
:' t!r-t < law teeth at Dr. Marcoux - pr»4e< Is. Frank Bybee is sole agent for developments show that he was murdered,
Elect™* Bitters —Entire sat’M »»lion guar
probably by the horse thieves he was after.
nnteed. or money refunded.—Price 5o its. office ut tbe U. 8. Hotel ir Jacksonville. •
and |l »» per bottle »t all di iu’ store-.
The magnificent display of fruits at the Springer was not the kind of a man that
Cluts. Bennett, who is very sick with
would kill himself, e.-pecially as lie had no
dr«»psy, returned home a lew days since. district fair were b»»xed up by B. F. Miller reason for doing so.
It is leered that he will not survive long. and shipped to Portland, where thf*y wid
be <»n exhibition. No doubt tlicy Will
C <’ McClendon has purchased of Toni
1 he dwelling-house on the Linville fairu
A few copies <•( the American Mettler«’ attract much attention.
Tierney the s<»rrel station “ Lewis P, ’ pay
near the Antioch school-house, was de Guide,
>590 fur him. He is one of the be«t-
stroyed by hre last Saturday morning. The matters, may oe found at tbe T imbs office.
Our customers ail fpeak highly iu praise
loss was (»arliallv covered by insurance
of St. Patri» k's Pills. They are the <«st.- - bre»i an«! fastest burses in Oregon, and
G A. Hotleiibe}»k had just moved into it
A revi-ed edition of la grii-pe has caused B eiiky B k <»“.. Carroll. Nebraska. For sab* would have won most if nut all the races
with his family and lost many of his a lar^e number of otir worthiest citizens to by l»r J Hinkle. Central l\»int, and (». in which h" was entered, but for the un-
fortunate accident winch befell him before
personal eib-c’s. The tire originate»! from t tae a sneezing view of lite for some day? H Haskins, Medford.
tbe f dr commenced. The horsemen of tins
Our friend, (’barley Junker of Yreka. county are to be congratulated upon this
1. J Macy s threshing-machine and out
to our stock interests.
fit, whit h was standing under a shed on
the Coleman plate in Table Hock pre» inci. celebration a few days since over the past, but is somewhat unproved at this
excursion rates to Portland
wan burne«! one night last week. It wa- starting up uf the steam flour mill at that writing, we are glad to say. He is not from all stations on the Southern Pacific,
entirely out of danger.
insure»! for |1<MO. Tbe tire was of incen pi ace.
lines have been arranged for those desirous
P. Donegan of Table Rock pre» inet was <»t attend ng the fair. Tickets entitle the
Jerry Nunan has received the largest
and best stock of fall ami winter goods in among our visitors »luring the we» k. He holder t»» admission to the exposition and
The Glorious Rain.
His prices never fail to fon» d the ' “tu k\ ' so bad near llioma.“ are so id for trains uf Mondays, Wednes
Curry 's farm un Tues.lay that he wa“ com da\s «nd Fridays, being good for return
A heavy ram commenced ia I ng M »n piease.
pelled to leave ins wagon
within ten days f»»»m date of «ale. No ex
day afternoon and continued nearly
< »»I. J.<-. A. Hardin, th.* cattle king,
cursion tickets will bv sold on any oth»-r
twenty-four t ours. Fully two inches of visind
Edwin Sc »tt, who was snowbound in •lays. The fare is I IK, for the round trip
water has fallen during the w»«-k, and, cart e brand of H. C. Levens and E. B. his vaihy last year while engaged in the
while a little damage lias been done in
•‘writeup business, is n»w on the “Ore
Judgt* N»-il has inspected the new bridge
some ii>*’snces, it pales into ms'gnifieani e Hanley.
gonian'’ “tuff, alni attended the laic tuir at n<iw being built across Bear creek, near
compared with theb»-netit that has accrue»!.
Parties wishing bargains in stock, tarm Central Point in it« interest.
Central Point, s»'vv*al times Itisbymany
The smoke which has hung over the v.tile
ine im( Itiioni-, etc., bhuuld not fail to
(’. B. Kingsbury last week “<>!d 2(10 acres sai l to be the best bridge in the county.
¡IK« a pall Im* be» n <• e r»*d nwav, H » attend tie sale nt the Ross ranch to
of l.»n i tw«> m- e> fr«»m A-hland to J De The only w;»y the » r» ek can ever gel tbe
du-t tffectr.a ly laid, wh b much good ha morrow.
Witt Batt“ of R»'cheste-.N. Y., for >10,(Mi0. best « ( it aill be to leave it to one side. The
ll n »tone in many other w;»t s. The rail»
Mr. But's has se» tired a nnr-l desirable center spun of iron, on cylinder piers, is
wa- »1 »it» general, eveiy section receiving
one hundred ami twenty fret in length and
fiume at a reasonable figure.
body xhuiial go and see these wonders of
the approaches almost as long. The piers
Klickitat, Bing«). Arago, Wolf Creek rest upuu piling put down below the deposit
Bally am! sevtral other horses which of tbe creek.
you want a first-class pump don’t fail participated in the district fair races, have
i>r. Beh her, manager of the Chilian to If invest
in a Busier, with thè peri» Ct gone to Yreka, and will no doubt win
J t is not generally known that the late
M»-»lical C<» , was arrester! at (»rant’s Pas- expansion
rubber bucket. They have no some of the speed contests there.
l)8Vid 8. Terry took part in the Rogue
one da-. th - w»ek, charged with violating
river war of 1«> Terry was as brave as a
th»- law. passed by the last legislature, superior.
C. H Calkins, the Dem »» rati«* eamlidate li»»n,and if anything of that kind was going
which re»pnre« part es se lmg medicines in
No griping, m» nausea, no pain, when for road over-eer in Yr» ka distici, is being on near him he was sure to be there. The
th»* ma'imr hi-i*ompany (lues to tsk»-<u’ De Witt - l.iitle Early Risers are tasen. visite»! by his brother and sister-in-law.
a .-t it»« hcen-e of >1(0 a month. Attorney Small pill. Safe pill. Best pill. Brooks lately from ( hippewa Fall“, Wis., who “ Record’s” informant,an old pioneer,thinks
he hel«l tbe po-ttion of colonel, buch a
<■'»!vig ;«i pr.rt- I t»»r the state ai.»f Francis sells them.
have some intentions of locating.
courageous and brave man as Terry surely
I 1,1 h, F. j , n,r tip* defendant. It was at
Joseph <’«»!»• announces that he will soon
The 8an Francisco “Examiner’s” great merited a better fate than befell hitn at
hr-t Dr. B •!« tier's intention to test th»
Lsthrop, Cal., snd that, too. for insulting—
law. But he afterward concluded to pay r|oae <ipbisS'»n A Crocker'« business in rhe drawing will take place in November. could such a thing be possible?—such an
Siskiyous and rejoin his family at 8an Subscribe for the weekly at once if you
the license, «»nd the « ase was di*m s<e I.
wish a chance t » draw one of the valuable old reprobate as btephen J. Field.
There may be persons in thia community
A Great Show.
Mr. Tryon requests us to give Adam articles »»ffered to new subscribers.
who are al times troubled with colic, or
It is small wonder that our local wheat subject
li» Menili Abt Abbott Modern Miracle S’ biu'lt due credili fur rebuilding bis
to bowel complaint. If so, they
< -mbi. I'l'H, whnb are .»«lvrrti-»d to residence in this place, as he says he did market is depressed w hen railroad charge* shou'd try Cnamlierlain’s Colic, Cholera
to P»»rtland .»re said to amount to twenty- and Diarrhoea Remedy. It will ati'ot»!
«i » -r i. .h* . nv.lle <» t |o h ,,||(¡ n h. good work.
ar ■ pr-'H- . • »-<i bv tiie leaving pre ss of
The wild goose L- now wending its way five centi per bushel. Th* local price is almost immediate relief, and when reduced
A h <
.. ¿t- •ei.'iLf ih'-best nuv»*liy » umpany soU<hward, whit h warns us that winter lb now nut little over titty cents per bushel. with water is peasant to take. If taken as
I’ »li i tail to see them.
the tir't indication oi the disease
8t*<’e buperintendent McEiroy will hold «oon
t!iet»ah«i“ imtiiut»* fur the Aral judicial is felt it will ward ofl the attack Many
place on the fair grounds one day last week. district at A-hland. beginning on Monday, people use it in thie wav, and find that it
l’f Will la- ks«»n uf Grant’s Puss Is in Upon c»»ii plaint >f the crowd tbe drivers November 21st. and » »mtinuing four days. never fails them. A A» or 50 cent bottle
town on profvsniurial business, and will were handed, and another “chuck’ race A large attendance of teachers is anticipa- may beobtaiued from Dr. J. Hinkle, Cen
tral Point, aud G. H. Haskin* Medford Ake.
remain a lew day«.
OUR FALL AND WOT CATALOGUE
IT IS THE IDEAL SHOPPING GUIDE,
Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary For
HALE BROS. & CO.,
* SACRAMENTO. CAL.
TILE FOR SALE.
Tiling of All Kinds,
SATURDAY, SEPT. 27,
OUR ANFUALCLE-RAKCE SALE
VTM. B. KINCAID. Attigner.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Caitwia.
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