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;iie « «till king
8.'t-aritm-off time is at hand
Remember the railroad ball.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF JACRSuN COUNTY, OR
XVrre it 1*91 ifter next Thursday.
N xt Thursday >s New Y»*ar’- d iv.
1 he county j id n *w has two occut ants.
Motices for the baallon «»* placer »;<«:
auarlz mines, etc., for sale <t the T imk * of.
Ihires wbi e von wait — Preston’s ‘ Hed-
L i«'. Sun I *y was the shortest dav in the
A number «4 pro«pe< tuts ur» at w«»rk m
Jackson creek diatrict, which i* ri« u in
Awfu'ly cheap goods at the 8. F. Variety
Ed Gore is now Wo> king w ith Lis troth
er Will io Page A Son’s com..ii*.-i u h«»u e
\Xiiv«utT. r’ Preston’s “H«d-Ake” will
Con*iderabie pro*y« cii* t-vtng •!«»» e >n
southern O egou. Muuv rich mm - w il
be d scove»rd in the luture.
hiii-.i "« hmitt retort ed from Portland a
fra <|.»y« bluer.
Nr.v hi . I m»bby fiats lately in at Rrames
Dr. Bradtu has returned from hi* C.i »- A White’«.
forma trip, and intends io operate di«-
Ue ate enj lying the most beautiful
Swinden mine ai d mill himself in the fu
win trr Wrathrr.
Helm« A Prll-tt now own the Wagner
The Mountain Lion mine in M •« uri
Fiat «lisini't ha« a large quantit' «f n« b cree* plniiiiig-mill.
quartz on the dump, ready f« r a 1 »ng sea
H«» i«lay go «1« almost given away at the
8. F. Variety 8t«»re.
The American Mining Cu«ie. standard
M*«lf'»rd ro'lrr tl >ur in quantities to suit
authority on all subjects pertaining to »» Ream«« A White’s.
all mining, water-rights, etc., is kept for
sale at the T imes office.
I ' fa::.«, money refunded ; Preston’s “Hed-
E Sanderson Smith, the minemlog > ,
made a close inspection of the M« Don ugh
Gro<«rie« an 1 provisions of all kinds,
ledge in Willow Springs during th»* w» «-k. fr«*h at Reaiues A White’s.
Porkeia in this mine Lave pr »ven very mh
.n the past.
from M »for county, Cal.
The Ashland parties who were engaged
< ha* Fiester of Josephine county was in
in prospecting the coal iieposit.* in of die
Meadows and 8am'» valley have »but Jaru-«»nv lie on Wednesday.
down work untd spring, ihrirc«*ntr »ct tun
r. A Harris and L C. Gruby of Med-
nel having tern complete«!
Tue in i. a- for«! wt-rr here «»n Wednesday.
tions are still very favorab e.
Beall Bro*, of Central Point were in
J. B Riddle male a new d'seovery of Luk son vi Ir «iuri: g 'hr week.
nickel near the old Oregon nickel mine,
¥<*u can get holiday g MMls at less than
three miles from Riddle station. A spe» •
com I at the 8. F Variety Store.
NI extiiniii-.n .it G ■ .L.*
estate offi« e cont.iins ab»»ut
per < *-m. «d
First-« ass cedar fence t»osts foi sale in
nickel. The quantity is inrihausi bv
qiiantilir« to suit at the I imkh office.
Mr M«-Gee, the manager oi the vinnaL »r
Everybody should attend the railroad
mines in the Siskiyous. w..s in Yr»-ka ast ba i. I wn! be a glorious atlair.
1 he w. rk at th«- lu • - M bt in.*
Crant rrries, currants and raisins for
pu.«h«-d right along, ten nim being em
ployed there. XV. H Qu’gley i* Imehmt g the bolmays ai R--ime« A White's.
supplies to the miners, says Ihe Sukiy u
John R Stan llev ami family have re-
m- vr i fi. m Tolu to Grant's Pass.
County Teachers’ Institute.
The following is tfie progrumitoe uh « h
will be observed at the ineetit g of the
C ounty Teacher» Ass ciation, to be h* «1 a’
Jacksonville, on 8itur«la> , January
1. R»»II- ch |I at 1»> • «’clock % M
2 Muging by A‘««»ciatiob, led by 1’r f.
p A. Grtl.
3 Api licatiot s for membership.
4 School Manage men:—8 ipt
5 How to Give Oral ln«trucli n in
Physt»»!ogy and Hygn-ne—J XV
Discussion le«i by L A. Simons. J. O. H ».t
• nd Miss Delpba Masterson.
Dr W. 11. Sommer*. formerly of tbis
place, 1« n ■w l«»* aied nt Eimirt, Cal.
8» V» Tai * rtlnm iges t »ok place during
• hristma* aod s <me arrests io lowed.
Monthly installments of 110 will buy a
h>»n-e aud lol in 1'ulo from Scott Griffin. •
Oi l paper.«, ir. quantities to suit, for sale
at the 1 iMKb office at50rents a hundred.
VaLHa-kois ha« returned from Klamath
« oun y, to «¡»end tiie h inlays at home.
¡he «• oi Luck waiting machine leads
everywhere. Every lady should have one.
Notice to Taxpayers.
John Carney was in town during the
The undenugned Bberlff «»f Ja« ksun county.
Oregon,or bis deputy, will meet th«- taxpav« r«
of haul county for the purpose of receiving
Judge Prim has returned from bis trip to
TAXES TOR 1ARO,
On the following days, in their resjactiv«*
Mrs. 8 E f*h visited ’he county *eit one precincts, al th»*ir ununl plac«*8 of voting, and
day this week
will remain In «*ach precinct from 9 <» clo« k
a. in. until 4 o'clock p. in. of each day, to-wit:
’Squire Purkeyp lei! Ci ntr.i! point call» <1 Willow Springs.......... .............. January 12. 1891
CritTolman last w«'ek returned to his sta Foot
’s Creek .......
tion in Alaska.
Mi*s Cui ton of Galls creek visited our Pleasant
Flounce Rock ........
town last Monday
Meadows . .
Judge Neil was at Grant’s, Pass last week Table Ro<-k
on legal business.
Geo. Gilletteof Ashland spent Tuesday at Ix»at Creek....
Nelson H 'smer of Foots creek spent a Kterlingvilh* ............
day in town recently.
B. F. Miller and XV. H. Newton of Sar Applegat«*
dine creek a»e in town.
Centtal Point .........
E. D. Ro*e has returned to Flou ice Rock Eden .................
precinct from the coast.
Alex. Orme and Bailey Bros, of Foot’s Shake.
creek were here Monday.
At leaflt one-half must !»«* pnl«l in cash
C Magruder was among the T imes visi
tors during tbe past week.
above stated tiin«n, a.* taxea will i»«*<M>in«-<ie-I
XV. L. Plym «le of Albany arrived hi re linquent the first Monday in April. 1W1.
after which costa will be ad«l<*l for e«»ll«*ctlon
yesterday to »¡»end the holidays.
The law iu regard to their colbction will b«*
Mrs. XVm. Bybee has gone to the Wil- strictly«-nforced.
J. G. BIRDSEX'.
lamette valley to visit relatives.
Sheriff and Tax Collector of Jackson <’«».
J H. Hynson and Tbos. Lawson of Trail
creek were here a few «lays ago.
Messrs. Birneburg and Stewart were at
the County seat last XVednesday.
XV. T. Constant of Central Point precinct
was in Jacksonville last 8aturday.
Recorder Holme* and wife spent Christ
inas with relaiiv«sat Eagle Point.
Mr. Bagley of Lnkeromty accompanie«!
G. R. H iinmtrsly to .’^cksonvihe
le«*k returned borne
for the hoLdwys IrWi 8ati Francisc«»
N. P Nash, C. Jamieson and Ge«». Shum
way ul E feu i»ie«,iir,t are h re t »-«lay.
Jos. Cl ft lia* retur led home 'u the vail« y,
after hi« *hort i> ur through California.
Miss Cora Linn and h«*r brother George
returned from Eugene one day this week.
F. M. Short of Hungry creek. Cal., 1«
visiting his many friends m this section.
Chas. Walland wife have returned from
their nip to New York ami other eastern
A H. Pia ter, oi.e of Joseph ne County’s
prominent cot z**n.«. wa- in
End Drake came in from Hurney last
we» k to sp«-mi the Loiid.tx s nt Lome in
J. J. Houck and \V. L McClure of Gold
H *11 inn«ie us a pl« a-ant vi«it the foiepnrt
of the week.
Miss B< rtim Booth retur» ed home during
Thee nnty clerk »«sued a license < n the
A freight train on Ihe Southern Pacific the week ir«*m her visit wiih her brother nt
Ch;i'tm »« mas* was held at the Catholic 24th to Wm. H St wart and Miss Ida attempted to pass over n bridge, near Al Grant's Pa s.
< ht«rt-h in ih«s place by Rev. F. E. Clark. Jam* Barneburg; on the 25th to XXL A. Let- bany, one «lay last week, which was under
Judge Webster, D strict Attorney Colvig
AFTBRNO» N ,«Ii»«I' X.
teken and Miss Lois Scribner.
going repairs, and the effect was that tbe
Wag?.er creek celebrated the holidays
Roll-call at 1 :30 u’CilWk F. M
ei gme got across safely, but three flat cars, and Hon. H K Hanna have return« d
Acts at once, never fails DeWitt’s
from Grant's Pass.
M Singing led ny Prof W. J. i ravtord.
one loaded with radr »a«l iron for tbe Jack
A remedy sonville Me«ifur«i railroad, and lw«> with
<♦ E<ementary Scien t —Prof. P. A <»e'z.
1» n th usatu! feet of lumber at Sam’s val- Cough and Consumption Cure
J II Knutzen, Esq , Applegate « worthy
Work — M im
Emma lt \ *■ hoo|-h'>u*e for «ale bju8cott Griffin of for Asthma and that feverish condition lumber, fell iutu tfie stream twenty feet justice ot the peace, made us n pleasant
10. Com posit ion
which accompanies a severe cold.
Discussion led bv Misses Clara
below and were crushed lo splinters The call on XVedneeday.
B Fru'k. De«la J Pickeland 1. »U«e R ed.
Wright’s Jamaica Ginger—strictly pure «»tiier portn»n ot tbe train became detached
Ch dee five-acre tracts in Nickeil’s ad-
11 Number W »ik Miss Hattie Coburn.
John rucker,Mever Bros..Fred Downing
and stop|»e<l upon ihe brink of the cha-iu
ditn n t«» Medford are offered on favorable
and Fred Peril <»f Chimney Rock preitixt
12. Query Box.
where a torn«* fur tin* stomach and bowels fei > one was hurt
in tow n lately.
Every member of th»* Teacher»’ A-* •• li
i« rvquirrd. Sold bv an druggists.
A sure cure for the whisky habit Dr.
lion ia expect**«! t«> be >»Q band pi<>mp • 1>
Clara Cameron returned to Jackson-
and without tail, and all teacher* <-f J o
Geo R. Pitman and u ife ot Ashland pre
sou County are most cordia iy icqti-**te ' to Pi 'S t creek «;»-nt Mond-ty in Jackson* cinct w. re here Chri«tm:i*, acc«»mpanie<l bv w 11 cure a iy case of the liquor habit in vi le last Saturday efter visiting friends at
and Ashl tnd.
iron» t« n to mirty days, from the moderate
Mr Lettrkeii »nd Mi«* Scribner.
drinker to the drunkard. Tbe Antidote
Teacb»r«t do you belong to th-- A
R him * A XV’inf«* have received another bad been in Tube R ock p remet.
J a* P«-Iton ami Lindsay 8i«« more of
can b* given la a cup ot c> tTee without the Sam’s v«l ev a-e ■aking a cour-e at the
<V»n? If not. we kind \ iuvitt- you t - join I.
a- ■> im it t»f g nt* ».nd ladies* fine
Harvey Clayt >n of Summer lake last Knowledge <1 the p«-rso’i taking i». The Portia' «1 B i«i.iej»s ( oilege
us and |-am. i; a e *uh u* m thr g»»*a’ work «h<’
week met Mrs. C. at Acer <»n h»*r return Anti «•'• wil n«»t inj ire the health in any
we have lUAhgurat» d. Il a ill » erlaihly »io
M -* Delibi Mt'ier««>n of Gold Hi 1 has fr«»m Portland. She ha* t»een greatly ben wa\. MHiit.I.»ctur« «1 bv the LiVing-lone
E. E M ner ami w f ■ of A-h and enter-
you n » harm. and. imk » i.ui woid i rl*. it
< heiiii>'al «.'-«> . 8.m F ■ a i i«c«>, C »I., or from t «inrd ttieir a rt, .». 1C Mim*r. Ir hi >an
will be of lasting b« uctit to you 4 you de t>«a ii vi.«iii g in Lane county, her former efited by her s j «urn m Poitland.
A. C Mar't« r.« A' Co. *ule agents, Roseburg; Francisco, <!u i «g ’he w* k.
•ire to become an a< live and progre-«ivr home.
Th« largest am! best stock of deeds,
E <’ lb««ous. Jacksonville; Miller A Strang,
teacher. Attemi th « m etmg and investi
Louis Autenrieth, the Delta merchant,
mortgage* and all k’nd* of real-estate and Medfora,
gate for youiseif.
ariived from < alifornia S itiday and «pent
legal blanks s«»utti of Salem is kept at the
8' booi <>ffi ers are also invite i to at «nd. h » <>. " c *. i er yard, at Kearnes A T imkh offi« e and .«oid at Portland rates.
Travi* Lyn« h of Wagner creek, son of the next day here on business
G. H. L\n< h, while working at the edger
G. M Parkinson <»f Ashland last week en
A mi ; liter friend—XVright’« Blackberry
i ,»t tbe 'im h s.iw-mill last week, had his
Lo«>k oat for Them
Dr C r o r o' L -« Angeles. Cal , has lo
ter ’an?e«i his broiher-indaw, J. E. Andrews
Coidiai. Oi ce use«! alw.iis taken,
The «errciary *.»f state, who is ex- fficio rd» ¡at 1 drill, f »r the practice of bi* pro- b e ami prompt. Plea«ant '•» tike. I ndis- Lit iiMii'l ami wrisi lorn in a shocking of Oakla.id, < ah, during a short visit
insurance c >a*mi'^i«»ner, gfve* »•in tn»* few«! n.
I»ensii»ie for summer trouble*. 8«>ld by all manner by his c«»at- lervc catching on the
John <> B »o’h of D mgla* county vi*ite«l
teeth <»f the «aw. Surgical assistance did
Bo h »he farmers and the miners hai 'hr druggists
following a* an Hem «»I i ew* Wlil< h be
m»t reach him until evening, (the accident relation* ami friends in Jacksonville last
B«ith med it in their
b«»pes wil! be put4i«be I by the new psi er* ■ m wi h de lght
He is on his way to California.
They sell m »re of DrXX’itt’* Little Early
of ibe s’ate, as a rualter of public n'» r» *' . b i* ne-«.
Risers than anv other i ll . their action is he ha* since been doing .»s well as Could be
Several so called4*mutual brneyo rut ii ,? ui -
P. Armstrong and wife left
N««t»*s. receipts, <!ue bills, drafts, etc., in ea«y. do not grip»- • r cause pain, are the exp«-cte«i. having spent several days at
•nce associations” that are unst»'e t<> pr. ve
Jacksonville on Saturday I i«t for San Fran
that they have suffi« lent Capital to ♦ ti .j '»■«••k form handy aiui tirst-clns». at the be«t reguiat« r of the Livrr, Stomach ai d Medford to be near the attending physi cisco, whe-e they wiil spend a fortnight
cian, Dr Geary.
them U» a license to do business umler the T imes office.
laws i4 this state have re, ri»tl\ . in vi«»latn>n
Mis»C»rrie R »per, accompanied Ry her
Better Than A G »1«! Mme—Ten acre* se
Alb -rt Case of F«*rt Bi I well. Cal., passed
of our law, sent agmts in ih * state »<« through tiie valley last week.eti route to
to fi uit when in a bearing conditmn wd brother For«!, last week returned to A*h
•«» icit insurance »»n *h* as.*e««!i»t*»»t plat»
'and from San Francis«*«» for tbe holidays.
edy Stops pain in five minutes. Harm yield an me«>moot from $3<« mj to $4500 per
F«»r the protection of ih«- pu oc the n«ur
year and re«pi res n<> expensive machinery
XVe arc g ad to leai n that Chas. C. Pur
aiicecommissioner »'at** th«' the travc
.1 »• 1» «1 bv. whobH' l*een in Sprague less, tasteless, no ba I effects. Sold by all to operate it A Iruit-raiser in the XVillam
sei’, who ha* been • lang»-rotis I v ill at hi*
tng agents of all du y m enstd h e n ur.in e riv«* v»li«-v for •» »m«*time, returned home druggists.
rtte valley re«|inres out a small outlay, parents’ home at Great Ben«!, Kansa*, !•
coiupauies have li. en«rs fr- *m Hie ii> sura ore XX’«* ine««iay.
XX’e are lucky tn have permanently locat- h <s alt the advantages of a civilized ami
department io act as life in- uram »• agent*.
e«l with u* a city dentist who wilt give you < ultured society, ha* good ami convenient recovering
G • t..n * minstrel* made a favorab'e nn- all
Persons professing to l»e .«uch agent* shuu «1
tt«e science you want in dentistry, markets ami receives a belter income from
Jas. T. Tuffs and Mr. Bovd of Grant*«
be called upon io «xtibi their li<»n-e* p«e« -.im by ttieir performances in the valley t 'a«l on Dr. Marcoi.x. at the I 8. Hole', th»* same investment than can be had from Paas eq ent Tuesday intown They came
Fraternal benevolent societies, su« h a*
and see him.
any other line of t»u*lnes«
You can vet to attend the meeting «f Oregon Chapter
Mason*. Odd Trllow* an t Kn gh’« of Py-
I. 1 an I mve Pence of Trad creek passed
The Christmas ball at Orlando Rose's tins land from $55 to $75 per acre of The No. 4 ,R A M
thias, are not rtopiirtd to have iKt-t se* (■• thr ugh ’«»wn for the Applegate country on
Oregon Laud t’ompany of Salem, Oregon.
hall on A pi l«-gat«* w as an enj •cable one
Haro'd Jack* -n went hom » to Portland
grant such pecuniary re ir' a.* is mu h r /•«! XX’e*»ne*«iay.
Th»* attendance was large and th»* mu>ic
A number of alumni of the Univer: ity of from Ashlain! ia*t we k for tbe h hi «! iv*.
pv ibeir regulation«; but such s««c eilr* .«>
.1 B. XX'« 1« h and XV’m. Carter of M« a«i- and supper excellent. Over l'"J tickets Oregon who reside in the metro» olis hav«- He ha* recently be« n trouble! w th er\«ii-
not employ »gents t«» solicit in.«urat <
«•«»!,ipl» t» d tbe «»rganiZation of the Portland ela* in his face
The insurance c<>rumi.«9i«»n*r rrqur* * t n»! ow< p'e ri« f mad* our sanctum a call dur were so d.
IG'iversi»v • f Oregon Club The club ha*
bv be i toil tied whet.rvrr the agent of un> ing th« wi ek.
HertdacH* is the direr» re tilt of 1 <iu»e* •or
Cant Tbo . Smith • f A*hland is said to
its object the promot on «»f the closet
unlicensed company solicits insurance in
Remedy these ««»clal r«-'al (»ns ami the advancement of be grudualh re«-«»xe ing fr- in his recent
< '<>’h tig an«l gents furnishing gn<»d« of tionamiSt m «ch Di*«»r«l»*i
thia state, a« ilia R im intent)« n to sr< uie th»* bt*«t «piadtv ut Reaiues A White’s— by u«i»’g Dr XX’itt’« Little E «rlv R ser.* and
interest« uf the Cmveriity of Oregon stroke « f partial pu ««*.*, ami wi t goon be
Ike proaetufion •»( ru< h violator* of the n« w this week.
\our H«*adM< nr «1 snppe irs. ’i he favorite fhe
abie to be about again
The following officers were elected : Presi
law. He s-n«ls out tb s item in ti e hope
iittlr pill e'erj uh» re.
dent. B B Beekman. first vice-president,
Ambrose Bowers, foreman of the local
Henr' K’lUtz-n returned to Sierra county.
That the newspaper* and the pub ic wi.i
'Ihe 8 B. remedies emi everywhere and A L Fr;«^er; second vii’e-president. Miss 8. P briilge corps, i* spending the holidays
co-K»urrate with him n bi ♦ H r'« to uphold Cal. alter a pleasant visit with relatives
• re attaining a gr«*at «air
i hev are ex Etta M *«»re; secretary, J. H Qreenfie d. in a visit with friends back in his old
Che law and protect inn«»« ent per*« ns ¡WUJ on Applegate.
cel !•<! by none aril equaded by few, ami I A c< mm it tee was appointed to make ar Pennsylvania home.
being doer.vr«i and defrauded.
D spencer of Ashlami accompanied Crit. those in tired of them should give (hem a ! rangements fra banquet to be given at
To*man to Alaska last week.ona hunting trial and be convinced.
E1. Begg*, who is now superintending
the close <»f the year.
The Railroad is Here.
the N it’onal Stage cernoany s business in
Our customers all‘peak highly in praise
Lake and Klama'h «•.»untie*, i* paying his
In ce ebration of ti
completion of the
who are at times troubled with c«dic,or
J •. Rapp has recently built a fine barn
rulruaif l«> Jacksonville a graml ha I wil be on hi- Wagner «reek ranch. A. J. XX’ilc«*x of St. Patrick's Pills. They are the i «st.— subject to ¡»owe! complaint. If so. they relatives in Jacksonville a visit
given nt V. 8. hail, Jacksonville, on th- whs the builder.
Mespr*. Peck ami B »atman of Spokane
by Dr. J Hinkle, Cmiral Point, and (». shoii <1 try Chamberlain's Coilc, Cholera
• yrning of New Year’s dav.
• <» » . .»<■*!.
Jan I I. . l«!ii
* . ’ I
an«t Diarrhoea Remedy. It will atfird Falls, Wash., have been in Jacksonville
Reception »’omm H« ♦ Xiedfurd—1' rant I«
II. G. SI km k. George Weeks an<1 8«tn H Haskins. Aledford.
aim«)*t immediate relief, and when re«hiced for the p»st w»*ek. Tnev are taking some
Fiti h. Wm. blinger. Dr Gear' .11. 1! in t»«.-irv wer»* in town from up the river
Our friend« *h«»ul I give DeWitt’* Cough win» water is p'easaiit to take. If taken as interest in our mining resources.
ilton. Ashlami 11 on J. M Mc< uli. tie . a lew «lays since.
and Consumption Cure a trial No di*ap- «out» a* th«* fir*t lmiic ition <»f the «itsease
Commissioner Taylor •! Eule Point was
B. Landers. G. M. '•'Singer E J. Farlow.
A VH*«t HO'ount of holiday g«x>d* has p »intiuent foiiows the us»» of tins re lab e is fe!t it will ward off the attack. Many in town not hmg sin •«*, accompanied by
Central Point— W. A "wen, R. V Bran.
medicine. am! n merits die praise received people use it in this wav, and fin«! that it
G T. H« r*hl»rrg« r. F Frad« > burg
from all who use it.
never fail* them. A 25 or 50 cent b »tile M«**s»s Wiil * r «h and Parliame.it, who
nonvdle—Henry Klipi el.J, Nunan, <’. C i the past (urtniKbt.
mav he obtained from Dr J Hinkle, Cen lately arrived from Canada to l«»cate in this
Beekman, O Hartaugb.
A»» ex’« «ordinarily laru’e re«!ti ction in all
tral Point ami G. 11. Hawking, Medford. county.
Floor maoag* rs: A h an I —O H. Bl »unt, ; w««r*'»<i pie«» g ods at Reames A White’s make y«>u a fini Upper ami lower set «»I the
XVill. Young has returned from Colorado,
John Ke<»wn. flic worihv |M»«tma*fer at
b»-«t teetli for oidv $25, am! saii-f-i« ti.*n
Cel t a> < a 1 and get bargain*.
Oro. F M« C«»nne| , M Gregory
gu irantt-ed. Hi* «•ffi«*«* is in the V. 8 K»<»wn. A leghanv county. I’« nn., says: "here he had been for *♦ v -ral weeks for
Point—C G. Kipj-ey, Cha*. G v. W C.
•C iamb -rlniii s C«»ug!i R *nie-!v sells be»t»*r the benefit « f his h«*aith. We are eorry
Wm Bv‘»»e ha* bu»« here«! nearly 70 hog« Hotel, .la k«« nv He
I.cever. Mr.lfor- G I* Mernm n Chas.
th it imv oih. r ” 1 he r«"s«.n of this i* be- to sav that he is not a« well as when be
t'U.i. and will «on» have plen'y ««f
Wolte's. T A H ms. J«. K-onv I e S. I’. thi*
au«e ii «an always be depended upon left here,
< ti >: ♦ b • <ui und bams.
D R•»I'uain l ha> N ckeh. J. G.
the stage people fail to «teliv» r their P in L-t a y «me trouble«! with a severe cold
Grant’s Pa«- C. J. Kurth J M. John, t .
U o. R Hammersly of Like county is
> me «le- r hie h » dav g«»«»d* still remain land « r 8 ui, F’ hu i - co ni-il «bort of 96 g v r a ni «! and they will fin«! that the
K. Chun- i’f. Gohl II i—C. N. I. «mb» r», a’ he 8 F X’a»iety Store,
Go and get h ur«, altimiub S' lndule t ine is but 56 ti st «io*«« will relieve (tie lung* a* «1 make visiting hi.« family. who a-e spending the
W. P. Jacoby, M. F. Hull Ph-rni*— Fe i tln-m f«»r alnmst nothing.
in JaCKBOii'i«le. He .«ays that re
hours from the bey city.
hr-athing easier, an«! that it* c«<ntliiiie<1 markably tine weather is prevailing east of
Furry, 111»« , hiuel. Wo dville— W V.
D. McCarthy, the genial
Jones. J. W. R -bnisun. G 8« i mult eu».
as New Year * day will have mine am!
the mountains au«l that block are «till fat.
fhe promptness and certainty
8am’* Va-iey H r.»» e I’tl o' . I. • • • -. ; lUMKing a large iv!diti«»n to bis orchard g >ne b» lore the n» xt i««m* «»I the T ime -, we • he «• •!«!
Ct. M. 8trou«i of East Portland, whom
well. A. L. Gab. Eagie P >int — I r: N . •■- near Talent »hi* season.
wi*li our pa’ron*. «»ne am! all. a ‘ H hi pv <d th** remeijy in re ief ai.«i cure of c « j I«! s
ols, Jos. Rader, brack Brown. Apple» ate
New Y»ar,” trusting that ls‘»i will be re h - won or if many sincere friends and nearly everybody in Oregon !« a'quainte«i
«pent a «¡ay hi Ja« k«onville. He
—John Bolt, H. D. Kublf.
dundant witli prosperity
¡link e. Central Point, and G. II. Raskins, would like to serve the state us railroad
O’Brien. I'niontown Hon The. C ill* • cr«»k fr« m !' rt Bidwell, Cal., where he
h «* )»et ii f. r s met me past.
and w«>nl«i n«» d«»ubt make
The ladles sli *nl'l not fall Io lead the ad- Medl rd
rot», W T. Hoslwn k.O. 1». Sturge«*.
an acceptable and Competent official.
JlMIC by the Ashland orches'ra.
I : e race at Central Point for th* $75 vet tpement «f M«AL«n A McD >nnel| of
A geiieri*i invitation i* extend»* I
p r--» wa« w ui by Rippey's ‘‘C»p,” who portl »nd, who have the ni- es and tw»*t a«
sortment « f «lo‘«ks ami "tai* at the me
The proceeds will be devote«) to help ,n in it •• KIi« kitat” iiandily.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.
tropolis and charge reasonable prices
the |»ay no nt id the pur» hn«. p i..- of tn«-
T kr i b> *k at Ni< kell’s adilili n.
Mi. W II .*< r.»ft >f Dak->ta has purchased
depot grounds in Ja ksonvnle.
I re oi
Commis«i»'nrr« Fault a d C'ow, of t! ■
R H Br.»wn’s farms on Butte
N « keH's a<Liili »n to Medford is attract-
state rndroad commission, were «»ver the in mm h attention.
« r»ek. through C W Taylor.
bne as tar a* Ashland, insp-»*ting all the
The following effi* er* were eb*< ted by
lira-on L w»llen an«! Milton Lindley, »resiles rep rt* «1 as »fan.*r* ti«. last week.
IL L. Du«enbury of Keno has l«ec -ime a
the Maeouic lodge« of Jackson'uh- «¡urii.g two 11 <» err resiiierits of «outhern Oregon, Th»-y found s«»me that neede»! attention re lent of our t »wn. He is industrious
IS NOW AT PQRTLANO, QRK40N.
aie y ng dangerously ill in town.
L »ke county h is perf-cte I the organiza
Oregon c hapter, No. I, R A. M -Tt o«.
Like county’s ci izens are petitioning tion of •« ( unty a_ri< uitural association,
A b «tiding and loan association is among
G Kearnes, H P , A M. B» rry, km. rheo
Cameron, scribe; David Lino. C. oí H. ; vi,. r«m«!v lor a tri-weaklv mail service over |17bt) in stock having been sU »«cribed, ti.«* p -habilitos in Medford in a short
XVe need it
and it i* t ropos.-d t*> tit up grounds and
A Miller. P J.; C. t’. Beekman. R
A. C ; Geo W. Isaacs, f*rea» , M »x Mu
A «!.*•■ tir g match was held on the 24th, hold countv fairs hereafter in tha' county
Don’t fail to buy a lot in Nick H’s a i-
ler. Sec ; Ne’son Hosmer, G. M of .’Id near th« re« «1rn« e <f XV. H. Bottwick,
The tract a Ijoins tl •
George Conn has made tne town of Lake tion t » Medfort!
Veil; J. W . Howard, G. M. •»( Ji Veil; whi h was liberally patronized.
view a proposition to move his roller flour west boundary of our town.
XV. H. Fl*i hi at., G M 1-t Veil, R S
The «.fficer* of Adarel chapter No. 3. ing mil> t<> ’hat point from Paisley, pro
A carl<»a*l of lumber from I^e A Klip-
Dunlap, sen i»»el
He pe. .* saw -mill was received f«»r sidewalks
O. I. 8.. wdl he installed to-night,
A vided a suffifient bonus is raised
arr» n L aige. N ». 10,
F. A A. M
lunch an 1 social dance will follow.
ami i rossings at Medford last week.
— David Linn. XV. M.. J.
XVm. M Holm«*, J XV
Xvd' n Be« k and Jas. D«'dge came Up
It i* announced that Med’ord will soon
Muller, Sec ; J\»«r
Barn«*s I as bandi» <1 3.rW.njn nave am the.- paper, one < f D«f' ocratic
from Lou*e < re» k Tuesday afternoon.
pound* of w«H»i a* d pel’s n Lak»- a> <1 M
I I ry are »-imaged in mining there.
pr «'livities The more tbe merrier.
Adarel Chapter, N • 3. O E. Star -
doc counties since April.
He ha ■*■ p. d
D« XV »»’« L t’l»* Early Riser*; only pill .•ui in cash in L.kr county nearly $50.111»
lb. . I uu
The Monarch saloon at Medford, under
Mrs B A. MlUnr, W. M
erun, XV P : Mr» Fannie L ve A M , for ih n <• C.'i bhimti n> Imlige«ti«»n. during that period for p Its and pilli» d ihe management of H. H. Wolters.is prov-
a popular resort. The best of every
M rs. A Heim«, Irras ;
ihing in tbatline is kept there *
Miss Emma Pape. Conduc'lrr»s
ure ; -----
John Oca'ider ha* been engaged wi’h his
Misa Haiti« Reames. A Con.
I b.t mg m.«i h nr nt ’he Karew-ki barn on newe l Th»* nlou»i mu«t have th»* element*
Th»* ball given by the Knights of Pyth
: »hr M**df r I ro «<1 during the week.
of vitality. Wright s Compound Syrup of ias nt the opera-house on • bris’inas eve
Indian War Veterans.
FOR TEOSE WHO CANNOT P0SS1TILT CALL PER.
H.«rrv K.’ h dop and Ike Deiner formerly Sarsapari la cleanses an»f enriches ’h»* was one of the most enjoyable ever h* l«i in
•ONALLT, II.DIL TLEA i VriM PLACED W1TB-
A meeting of the Indian war vetera «of of A-hlaiid ar»- repo te«‘ ns doing well a» boo ), and give* a new impetus to life. ibis section The music and supper c«»u d
no' be » X« ellvd ai d gave general satisfac
IK THE REACH OF ALL THAT WILL GIVE
th* Rogue river war was cal ed t • m- e a'
Sold by all druggists.
hr r mm«*« -•!» Cast*** creek,Cal.
the court-bou*e *»n J*atunit.v, Dec 14th at
"on. The att^i'dance whs xo « m 1
iNSIANTANEOtS RELIEF AND A
which Jesse I ox wa* Called to t e » hair
PERMANENT C t RE.
< hri«fm «* tree at the Baptist church-
and A 8. M»’ lure etC'td ,*e« ieiar\. A w ¡. ch * »■ h uni* tn a *h »rt time. It is ha« l)o-ii call» d to the unsafe condition < f on Th«*
XV »•dti«*«day evening wa« largely atteod-
the high tre-t north of Grant's Pess. and
*The innst speedy, positive and perma
committee ol five con*>sii» g ot Pr.A W. the he«t i n-mes« pr«>perty in town.
t » the damaged state of s »me other treaties »•<1, and the »*niertainQi**nt was a great suc- fient cure for Catarrh ot th? Head, Asthma
Palter*» n. A 8 Met lure, Jess* < - x A I’.
Leading authorities «ay the only proper
Many farmers within a
orth and tu’Utli <*f that place. Repairs ce«« hi » ve>y w iv
Burt- n ai d B F. Pow.rs. was ai po nttd o w t\ t » »re*t catarrh is to take a conslttu-
radrn* «»I live mile* uttemled wiih their and all Throat, Bronchial, Lung, Heart
‘hail'd be made at once.
draft n pentlui» to congress f*»r the pa*«age «•n.d . e;.ie ' v , like H*>«»<i's 8ar?apar'iia
ftmili* «, and the towns-pwple were out in Stomach, Liver and Kidney Affections,
of a bill for th- re lef of the Volum«-, r*
Nervous Debility, etc. Consumption, in
Wm. Law-ton. sec«ion f »-ema’i, recently force.
tngag.d mibe R<>. u* nver Wars. Adjour:
B« i i R«’‘’in* n « f XVagner creek wa* in tra i-ferr»<1 to Cow cr <*k f utn Ashland.
Cha« XV »1. wh> purchased the Noland its various stages, permanently cured.
ed io meet Dr . 27th. Names «nrolled: San I* .n i'« * a«» we»-k on hu«lne*a con- was badly injure I by a prunatun bia«t
<’• ri • r intend* t»> *-r**<*t a lin»-. I »rg»* brick D r . A born ’ s O riginal M ode of T reat -
A D. Burton, J««*- C« x. L A M
t wi’h ’l-e Umpire <». <k 8. M. Co.
ther«’last w-« a. He i« no v tin’e»* treat emt.on up-n the site of the frame budd- went and Lis M edicated I nhalations
R. M IodiiTfs» n, B f. P» w»r», W N.
ment by Dr. K etner a’ ’»rant*« Pa**, nl i . « li t« nniu that th* structure will be gives instantaneous relief, builds up and
Griffith, A. W. Paitrr«on, H. C. J» h. ««'i*.
it i> th ught will rec v -r
tour «to.ies high an«! the main portion will revitalizes the whole constitution and
W 8. DtFlaiii.tr, .-amp-on McCuniall, tending M«unt Ang»l col ere, came home
An ♦ ff >rt is bmg ma«!-* t » have the Lake h«- u«e<! as a hotel. Surely our town’s system, thereby prolonging life. Weak,
Miller, Dani C. Tboma*. W. dun glh« w«» k n« spend the holidays.
Churciud, Robt. Putier*<»n. A. 8. MtClure
B»atriful weMther ba* b»-en prevailing,up view p- s’-office gia led third-class in th ft» urv is a moist promising one.
nervous, debilitated S”d broken -down
and btrpi en Jenkins.- Eugen«- Guard.
to ChfGtmas morning.when a heavy rain department The w-»rk in the office war
H 11 Wolters, the mixologist, has re
rant« a salaried p»»«trnas«er. and the «lamp move«! Id« Si»l«wm to the building next door I constitutions, old and young, invariably
storm set in. whi' h Hated several hours
■ riiniiMii" n are
' v suffl
iv - ii , to
it» j justify the io C. W. Pa in's barbershop, on Front gain from ten to thirty pouivls in from
All Rail to the East.
thirty to ninety days.
Sher fl B rd«« y w II rottimene» the col- promotion alnioM »very quarter.
He has supplied the bar with
D r . A born ‘a phenomenal skill and mar
To da' wl I l>e no mumble in h** h’storv h < *i n . f (Die* for 1S90 ”» the 12th of Jan
Frat k D L«*wi< of th» 1 diari Bureau at t»»- hnesi wines. Ii<»m»rs and cigars,
of Ja< h«onvii e. a* wi n»«»in_- i|>e i n n»< - na y S« r h * notn e lor full particulars.
! a fine miimi I tabla can a * t be velous cures have created the greatest
W »«h'ng’o*• h '« b en i v»-«iiga*in the de
ti< n by r. il oi it,r , ni shu»* t wo with tt<< >
urn! there. Give nun a call, for ue will astonishment on the Pacific Coast and
\ r« a . op:» s ot tne American Settler** maud for • h- re r r i«o i »g ot Fort- Ri I
P »ail!« ai!. XX. 1 11,
w. i r I MT» t ju -
throughout the American continent, dur
Guide *iMii<itr«l authority on all land well m.d K «ma b. I
is underst«» d he ire»i y«»u w«- .
late I txt 'lb'
\ a h »hr \o . m
ing the past twenty-five years. Asthma,
gvnemth n uv*|ihela« t U»..t the *r «iir«»a*i iiii.lt» r*. mav r»e lotiibi at Che 1 inks office. wi 1 rep«»it favorably t • ile war depart
>«»mc sue k t.;iet *t«»|e an <»v»*r«*oat, gl«>ve*
men', at Ba*t ms to For: B <1 wed, ’ al.
pga iia«l a happy iss’lr out of ail it«
H1.«1 « quilt fr in Meriitt Bellinger’a hack* Catarrh of the Head, and all Throat, Bron
E. D. Ros.» has been appointed adminis
troubles. |i bus b<en a I ng t.me ‘¿norr.
Ti e remains ci Koest» r, the ohl man " tub* hr am: h « (amity were in attendance chial and Lung trouble instantly relieved,
tra’« r f he estate Iune«uf Eliatt.decea«e«L
ing,” but it «e< m* Just' and vigorous, ami
who had been iins-mg for several days, at tbe Christm is tree festivities last also Ear Diseases and Deafness often cured
who knows but H w ¡I be ex’’ p i««i to , . i IL* r.otu e w 11 be found in another column. were found in the river n *ar Hawk- Wednesdty evening. Suspicion attaches permanently at first consultation.
D r .
water in one direction an I • to the bl|£
I h c aimnz s »»ck of holiday goods at insvdle. Th»* supposition is that he corn t«> two traiups win) were nr»jwling along A rorn ’ s essay on the “Curability of Con
timber in the other b* f -re a •♦»< a.i«- g< e* t»>»-s f X’ari»t' 8t *re mu*t go; so they mitred sutchfe, tun igJi hrs fr ends iti nk * the JaCKM»n»'dle branch ra lroi I an ! ah »nt sumption,” and a treatise on “Catan-h of
1 urn » nt ev»-1 y”««»»y a* d .to e to it- h i ve Her n m r ked down to less than cost. that be w »« 1» ri» rr d -nd fe i th» ri f r I th» sot»*! h< • f »«'wi <»n the p e'»* !mg eve i
he Head,” w’.tb evideuwa of some ex-
sU'Cr-M at 'be I 8 h'Jl n. x I U»**1
traordinary curve, mailed free. Call or
T • mor «• - St. J »hn « »L»V, and the it <■ e ' 11 >•
evei <n *.
lie • h « Ir.- v I «.ffi , : « of dl ■ «llffe-eiit Mil I
PR. aborn ,
- just in re ei t of d
«on c i< dg « a li »>.« m-ta led in the even- large
Holnir* B usiiusm • »liege
stock ot c<»mmer< ia and w »1 ding
(): ♦ I ,'t m < r of bl . »did st » k, 4 years
Focrth and "orrlson Sts^ Portland, 0m*SSb
st&tioneiy, piper *u,ck u a I descrip ions, ol't «.lie vouiig w »rk bor-*9 3 yers old;
Of Fori and. Or w.li • i
S pt I
Nn-rt.—Home treatm-r», »«c»J*iy packed, »ent by
A. XVrsco. the leading ja unirli f • «•
* XX H«» cl * r«mirh «liipi-e I aline lot of etc., and is better pi peed than « ver l »*i<> o.,«* I «rm w »¿«i • ; one 'i»*w saddle; *»ue iron
to all part* uf the Pacific Coa‘t,for ihove v. ha
has Lecou e a pai ti«er i«« thl* »<•!»•»•» and will h im« Mild L-» n »o Klamath c«»nnty by first-cla*s work at ¡ .we-' c;t rjft*. Le »ye bar with pu.ley« ; a numb-r of arg? tub« Cnnpl posstbiy
call in peooa.
make it the leading businesscollege.
en«t trami iu charge of VX ui Gee during the your orders aod have them executed U the from ttir ilt.«t Urrv. Fur parikuldrs en
I best possible style.
HL fflYITlB TO GAU. FOT FME COMSIflTATiaiL
quire ot C. B. Rostel) jRCfcrjuvil!*,
Lov. ■ 1 ’
it is ma»!'.,
th a n
puri fl«* I
Peculiar in its
nal record of sales
no other preparation
ever attained such popu
larity in so short a time,
and retained Its popularity
at;«! « nfidei.ee among all classes
"f j«« pie so steadfastly.
In the matter of the estate of I nut's Ellatt.de- !
Do no; ; • induced to buy other preparation«
ötige is herebxf given that the
' : t o mi :«* t ■ get the Peculiar Medicine
und»-rsign<*d has been ap|»oint<*i by th« ’
county court of Jackson county. Oreg<»n, sit
ting in Probat«-, administrator ot the estate <»1
lnn«*a EHatt, d<**<*as«-d.
.*wl«ll y a’biruggisU JI ,»ii forgi. Prepared ou’.y
All persons indebted to said «-stat«* ar«* re
by «'. I. IlOUl» A CO , Apothecaries, Lowell, Mao.
quest «*d to settle the sain«- liniin*diat«*ly. and
those having claims against th«- «-stair will 1
ICO Dosos One Doi'ar
Kvsent tln-m tomcat my residence in Flounce '
>ck, Jackson county, (»i«*gon. witlrthc prop- i
may be rnunq no
er vouchers attach«*!, within six months troiu
file at Grò. P.
th«* fli-st publication ot this notice.
H owell A Co’S
E. I). ROSS.
Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruos
Administrator of tb<- «*statc of Innis Ellatt, Street », w her«* adver
tising contracts may
D m t«xl l>ec. 25, lWd.
K» mad» fur it u
* «■ p*
pcinl.3 make Hood’s Sat
i Mb'< i r to all other ni'-dicines.
ir in r. ;ai inaXien, proj»ortion,
ju : preparation of Ingredients,
i •*' > S irs.apai Hla possesses
th«* iu 1 curative value of the
b, t known remedies
and economy —
tlie only medi-
"hi« h can trul
“One Hundred Dose*
I« «liar.” M« <’ -inos ii
larg r i«:.d sn.ai: r l«oitles
. <• ?.»n:er do-«M, and do not
s good results as IL hm I’ i .
» its medicinal merits,
l acronq lishcs cures inth
1 > «.»n fur itself
I r itest blood
IS Nb?R ! ’1
ARE YOU READY FOR IT ?
ARE—And are prepare*«! to
Show hundreds of beautiful
things, Ixitli useful and orna
mental, designed especially for
tokens of love, friendship and
UR Store is stocked vQtli oddi
ties and novelties in gift goods
and if wou want
choice—better than you ew'
at home—send to us f< r
want and yon will 0^2
Low Price alcnc win more than
offset the trouble.
M M M î ' î n ì Gì
CIVEN AWAY !
11TE are showing the latest ideas
in Toilet Cases, silver Ct
tings; Manicure Sets, alvei
iittings; Jewel Cases, Work Boxes
Satin Glove and Ilandkercliic
Cases, Iland-Painted Opal Plac-
qiies, Albums, Easels, Phot©
Frames, T oys , Games, Picture
Books, Fan-, Slipjters, Jewelry.
— <tF —
Above Guo<i> awl Majiv Otbert.
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Aliu an I or.-i
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r <> r-
Prof. Janies Bryce. M. P..
In order to Close Out the Entire Stock we have marked down
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embody!!« the result.his recent Journey and Mud,« oo th.L.ud of ^^r-^dJkgTnt "^*
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TO UH 1’EOPI.E OF .1 K KSoN AND JOSE.
The und« nrgn<«l is now mAimfncttiring at
th»* M«;i«h«u« Sawmill in Jacksoil county,
(»i <*guii. 1 he
ELEGANT i HOLIDAY | GOODS
PATENTED IN IRAS
by A M.WilSonof Gr« « nîeaf. Kansna. and wib
«ay i«« th«- public- that we have the
BcM and Host Durnblr Hachinf
in the Stat« . and " ill put it against any other
R.XF1DITX' AND GOOD WORK.
PRICE OF MACHINE, »10,00.
1 »• -hv«T«*«l to any a<l«lr«t*a in my district.
Ad«lr« s> all <-r«]er* to Sain’t X'alley. Oregon.
J. B. WELCH.
Don t Fail to Call and See them before going:
BELONCINC TO THE
Lt v a White
G W. Wa ker « f W Moville i rr, ;in t v as I Grant Bil»!erba«k whs found guilty hs
h ge«! i* ’h* imlirtnient, and lined $250
m low «i • n Turbai
H«* iute» ds I* en-
?:ig- «n th»- lime bu ■ .» «* on un « xl-r. ve I h.v .liiig Pi|.e>atthe last session of th**
ILmglas (ircuit court The charge
a-.«au t will» a dsngerous weapon llpoR th»*
Co» s ii at on poison« the b’ood. De !«■ .«o«i «»t John Trimble at Glendale. Hr
Witt’s Li tie Early R’ser« » lire C*»f»‘*ti| a- i- n«»w in j oi serving out his sentence.
tion. The cause removed, the disease is
There are two opinions in Harney valley
regarding t he advent of a »-ailroad in that
Rufu« Cox of Central Point precinct v a« '(.< ti«»n
Many people believe the railroad
he-e We«ir*e-»dav. He info»ms us that he «•• mpany w«mi I not build the line t-bnmgh
•mil import a tine jack into th s coun y either Burns or Hurney, but would estab
lish a new town to he detriment of both
Chri*tmas wa* general y ce'ebrated. ami tbeoih»*tH Nevertheless, the majority of
th* number of presents lw»stuwed wa* tbe people would gladly welcome ihe iail-
fully as large as the bard times war - *aJ.
R»*ames A White have receive«l their
The children were badly disappointed new stock of fall and winter good*, con-
because ih»*re wn* no t'hr s’ia »« tr«e in «i«tin , in part, of dry go<«ds, ladies’ fine
Jacksonville. This has never happened dress good , fancy goods, ladies' and gents’
furnishing goods, fine shoes, hats and
clothing, all of which they will sell at the
J. B Welch ii i« already «old a number uio-t reasonable prices. Call and see their
• I the G iod Luck Washing-Machine.«. Ail m w tio .ds before making your purchases
who have tried them are loud in tlieir elsewhere.
It wil he seen bv tbe advertisement of
John Miller ha* bad those trees infected M»s. J Karewski, executilx of the estat»* of
with 8 »n Jose scale dug out of his <»r« bard. G Karew«ki. that there is a rare chance to
His ex irnple sl.uu'd be emulared by many purchase mowers and many other articles
at bargains that cannot be duplicated in
tin« market afier all are sold. Mrs K. is
Small in siz-», gr.*at in re-out*: DeWitt’s determined l«> make prices that will sell
Little Eariv Risers. Best pill for Constipa i lie goods so that she can settle the indebt
tion, best for Sick Headache, best for Sour edness of the estate
Louis Sachs, the millionaire merchant of
Mrs. Rhoda Dora returned to her home San Trancisco, «lied last Friday night, aged
at Pro« pre t last week, alter a pleasant visit 72 yeais. He was one ot the pioneers of
with the family oi Win M. Richards on 1853, and the first of tbe family to settle at
tne gate city. He was the founder of the
It is ¿aid thit th** land-office < ffi -nils great houses of 1 . A M. Sachs A Co , an«1
Co., and was an uncle of
offer some hopes of ibe remaining unsur
v»ye*' «and in this county being surveyed 8 «dis Bro«.. L pm m, Sam, I«e, 8 >L and
Ben,weil-kn« wn m this valley, tier former
An itinerant dog and monkev show is
Tne new c«»mmandery of Knights Temp
healed for the c »ast from S »It Like, and
is at present gathering up th«* loose change lar at Ashland will perfect their organiza
tion next month, w«.en a number of Ma
in Lak** couuiy.
'«»me notables from abroa«! will be present
Circuit court will reconvene on January i at th< ir orgamz <li n Th« ir asylum will be
12th. when considerable new busies« will in tne Mas«»mc building at tbe granite city,
pre«ent ilse f. the Stacy case « oming up ft r where u number uf alterations will be made
trial at that time.
for their acc«>mm«»<tat:un. Gen. Tbo*. G.
The news of the death at Summer lake Reaiuea whs up one <iay lat>( week cooler-
last week, of John llagl»-y. w «* rrnived rmg with other 8^ Knights with relereace
here a lew day« ago
The remains were io legal!«, etc.
interied at Paisley.
Last Mondny evening a large nu iienc*
H H. Spaulding.A. V. P. R R. magnate, ai Ashland na i tbe pleasure ot listening lu
i* contemplating buying an interest in the Wm. Jackson Armstrong’s iuleresung .ec
Klamath city milk, ami developing the ure in driense «•! tGe Russian Nihilist«, the
ti >t ui the winter s course arranged for by
business to the utmost.
th« ir local bureau. This is a feature of Mo
During »lie past week no inconsiderable dal life in ihe larger towns that Jacksou-
tlnea«ine*9 has been felt lest we should vi.le cannot wed avail hen-elf of. A num
have a repetition of last winter’s storm* her «»f our citizens w ill attend one or more
dining the next few weeks.
ut the ent« riainments at Ashland during
the next few weens, however.
The tick y rrophisbeen heavily "lev e!
upon »fi ring’he p.t-t month, many hun
The ladies «»f the M E Church at Ash-
dreds t eing -h i pe«l a"ay. The meal de la« <1 gave most entertaining ’’Calendar”
mand *bn also very larg -.
s.icinis and entertainments on Tuesday and
XVednesday evenings of la*t week nt the
The -u»r commenced in Josephine coun
ty bv J W . ‘ unnvgli im against the S. P. Ganiar«! <q»« r..-h«»iise. The unique feature
ibe fair was a series uf sale booths rep
R R Co.. f >r damage* for k llmg bis son
resenting the 12 m *nth*, presided over, of
Wi ev. has been dismissed
course, by th«- gra«e and beauty of liie
George Briggs is at work on an ’’her i grani e city
Reciiat'on*, music ami ial>-
$20>*0 resideuce on 1th >t.,.\*hland.(oi A. E. l-aih on We h»es«iay completed the pro
schuiiz who is investing pretty heavily ui gramme A ni- e sum was rea ized bv the
real estate in the granite city.
ESTATE OE G. KAREWSKI,
ih : r kV» »iinir.
ill ,4’1 ,U-
You feel tired—Do you ktxw
what it means ?
Y ou are ner
I am now offering at great bargains the following :
vous—Why? You cough in the
1 he Steam Flouring Mill
24 new Deering Mowers.
morning—Do you realize the cause?
2 Deering Twine Binders.
Yottr appetite is |xior—What make,
12 tine draft horses weighing
2 Gang Plows.
it «,? You Heeui like a change,,
1,200 to 1,000 pounds each.
0 ¡Star Sickle Grinders.
jicrson to your friend«—T>o you
250 tons Alfalfa Hay.
2 Freight Wagons.
know what is the mutter, or ha>
4 Milk Cows.
7 Five and Seven Tooth Culti
the cltange been so gradual it lias
90,000 feet of Lumber.
.ucai.d your notice ?
Neck Yokes, Double and Single Tice.-, Wagon Spring Seats. Har
You have Consumption ?
rows, Stove «©id Mower Extras, and a great many other
We do not say this to frighten
articles too numerous to mention.
you, but it is true. These are the sure symptoms of this terrible duwase. There
Forjpartieulars an<l terms call or write to
is one thing which will check it and tltat is
MRS. J. KAREWSKI, Executrix,Jacksonville, Or.
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2w real«. .'»<» r.-atn
tlfll AT About the biggest reiurns ever made on a small invest-
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dreds of book-keeper, and sten
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