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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1891)
Hulmra Butlnrsa ( ollrcr.
A E. Champagne, a well-known resident
Don't fad to see the Gage-Keene com
pane. They perform nothing but standard of Roseburg, droppe«! dead last Tuesday
Of Portland. Or., will open Sept, lat J.
plays and give satisfaction wherever they Heart disease is «opposed lo have been the
H. E. Ankeny has returned from Port
Buy a White.
Mis» Kose Luy lias returned from Med A. Wesco, the leading penman of the coa9t.
cause of his sudden death.
has become a partner in this school and will
The White is still king.
make it the leading business college. Send
APRIL 3, KUl.
AV -■•■.» n Y v --. avv , vx »X\ v »X nn > v ».
I have had nasal catarrh for ten years so
Wayne Oliver and his son, 8. P. Oliver,
Levi Morris of Talent visited San Fran
Cleanup' Fixup!’ Wakeup!!!
canie dou n from Trail creek on Wednesday. bad that there were great sore» in my nose, cisco during the week.
They report plenty of grass and fine crop sndone pl*«*e was eaten through. I got
The Coming Event.
The festive swallow has arrived.
Hon. 8. Furry of Eden called at our
Why suffer? Preston’s “Htd-Akt
Ely’s Cream Balm. Two bottles did the
Judge Tolman of Ashland ia reported cure
Un Monday evening, April 13 h, Mi'S
work. My nose and head are w‘ll. 1 feel sanctum last Monday.
Fresh figs at the S. F. Variety Store.
Caroline Gage, one ot th? no»e<i American
I ke another man.—[C. 8. McMillen, Sibley.
John D« vlin oí I’ i ■ t n
Circuit and county court next week.
Point to Br» wnsboro from and after last Jackson Co., Mo.
actres-e», wnl be seen at the U. 8. h «d m
laud one day this w<«I .
Tuesday This will be a great convenience
an elaborate production of
NEW THIS WEEK.
The Lenten season ended last Sunday.
Four tramps, who broke into a s?ale»l
to the people.
Jas. McDougall of Willow Springs pre
Campbell’s great society drama,‘ The G.d
Horse and jack bills at the T imes office.
cinct called yesterday.
ley 8 ave,” and will stay three nights, giv
James Gor«h*n was down from Upper one dav la«tw«*ek, were taken in by Mar
ing a change of play at every perot mam e.
Rogue river la«t week, just recuperating shal Mayfieldunth*ir a r \aiat A»*hland.the
Lewis Snider of Talent called Saturday
N. Co«ke of Willow Springs made our
We make this announcement w th more
Ed .Saltmarsh has returned to Sterling-
bom the effects of la grippe and a badly officer supposing that h- had capture«! town a call on Tuesday.
than usual pleasure, inasmuch as tins is
Spring poeiry and fights are now in order sprained ankle.
the n»»t »rious Bi 1 Lewi» and 1 is gang,
the first appearance in J .* k'u.iv..le of
J. O. Johnson of Medford made us a
(• ig* Keene Lrouje April 13*.h, IDb, Uth.
E D. Kose and A H. Bootlibv of upper
Caroline <4 >ge. who is ni.qu» aimnMbly an
J. Nun *n s More has been crowed with i'hry have -doped since.
pleasant call on Friday.
Hogue river are in town.
artist in the fullest s»»nse o the w rd. The
Cures whi e you wait—Preston’s ‘ Hel-
Caatoria cure* Colic, ConaHpat i*>B.
“Oaatorla is so well adapted to children that
appearance o* so excellent mu actr»»* in Ake '
th t ier by the hund«ome new goods just market, there will be an unusual \ large
Sour Stomach, Diarrbcna. Eructauon,
Garden sa.«« is making its appearance.
V recommend it as superior to any prescription
the play of which everyone has heard so
delinquent tax ii«t this year. Our people burg to j >in her husband.
Worma, give* tfierp, and promotes di-
Lettuce and onions are the first.
Bibbitt metal for sale at the T imes
II. A. A rcher , M. D.,
known to me "
ranch i» a noteworthy event in the theat
A J. Stewart of Eden precinct spent a
Ja«. Helm», G. W. Renfro, W. Beeson have a very commendable habit of paying
rical history of our town, and w<* -nrereh • -ffice.
tin imur» in town Saturday.
and L. A. P*ake were among the many
hope our citizens w Cl show lo ir ai pr. ela
and you will enjoy a green old age.
as th?re is a w:»ys a ri«k of heavy costs to
tion by a piiroDHge that wil» secur« t • us prrcir.ct.
pa\ 11 one d zes not do so
“ For »»-errai years I have recommended
town this wevk
“The use of ‘Cqft-^ria’ is so universal and
Tbos. E. Nichols of Little Butte tarried
on business one «lay recently.
another visit when the company re urn
Ite merits so well known that it seems a work your ‘ Cartona, ' and shall always continue to
Th? accompli'h?»I genll»*man who ha«
here a few hours oneday recently.
north from < aliiornm
so a^ it haa invariably produced beneficial
W« lio sday was April 1st, when all foo s
of supererogation to endorse It. Few arethe
J H Williamsand family of Gold HUI
Mias Gage is supported bv H »rry F. b id th ir day.
or cause ru»u«ta. Mud but sure, a«sist be» n persistenlly holding lip tlie R?«l(iing
intelligent families who do not keep Catitoria reaulu.”
Messrs. Mingus. Carter and Mills of Ash
ent Monday in Jacksonville.
Keene’s entire company of well-known
rather than force. Best little pili for sick
within eaay reach ’’
E dwin F. P abdkb , M D..
land spent a day in Jacksonville recently.
Ahnoiid trees are in blossom and other headache, chronic const pation, dyspepsia. got in Ins work in g«>od shape again la«t
C arlos M arttn . D. D .
eastern i layt-rs, who carry social scenery
Thoe. Harris ami Mr. Theiss of Medford
The Winthrop,' lXth Street and 7th Ave.,
week, the knight ot tiie r»»adgetting whathe were in town one day recently.
New York City.
Jacob Neathaiumer and sons of Rock
for every play pro<>u< ed, and will disphy 1 kimis «0011 will be.
New York City.
Late Pastor Bloomingdale Reformed Church.
Mrs. Chas Anderson of Phcp’iix is visit wanted out of the express b »x and leaving
Point were at the county seat a few days
the most magn>fi<*eut wardrobe »v»r ex
A daughter of Mr. Lovelady died at Talent ing her sister, Mrs. A 8 Walbridge, at the passengers uumulested.
Wm. Kahler, who has been ill for some ago.
hibit« 1 in the town The troupe c men to during Hie past week.
time, is once more convalescent.
Little Shasta, Ci«l . and will extend her
ua dirt ci from successful rnuag»-mrui' in
From » very direction come assurances
Give vour pet (logs and cat« Simmons
Tns C kntacb CoMPAinr, 77 MriRAT F tbbbt , K« w Y ob *
Portland, where they w* re the r?» ipieut«
S ih«criptions to the weekly ‘ Examiner” trip further south.
that southern Oregon is not being left out
Geo. C. Roberts and wife and A. S Liver Regulator, when sick—it will cure
of the warmest encomiums fr.-m tn • press. 1 ak< 11 at th«* T ime « office.
Fred H. Rowe, one of Douglas county’s tn the Cold, when it com**« to a fair quality Ja<«»bs were in town yesterday.
Which were heartilv en<lors»d bv the iaige
W L Webster of Medford called at our big lumber manufacturers, whn looKing of li grippe. Many in this part of the
Hon J. H Stewart of E !en precinct was
A big black bear came to town Monday, ,
and iashiouanle audiences wh ch night v
after the output of the Hosley mill in the state hav? had it already, and the lew who
witnessed the exee lent performances All | 'arc uni l.«*t Wrtinesday.
but h.s owner did not see fit to give a per
Sinkiyous last week.
have escaped the dis tin«* t ion are profuse in one of our visitors during the week.
lovers of the lusher class nf enter ainment
Mr Newman am! wife of Lilttie Butte
their explanations of their shortcomings.
R Benedict and H. 1). Kubli and family forniance.
(’■‘nstipation, blood-poison, fever! Doc
should be ip attendance rt the presenta prrcin» l were here yesterday
Wm P-ymire, Chas. E. Wilkinson and
A number of «»tlicials of th? S. P. R. R. visited Jacksonville during the week.
t- r«' bill« and funeral expanses cost «houl
tion of ‘ The (»alley Slave.”
Fresh Cal (ornia figs zt the8. F. Variety t wo hundred dollars , Fe Witts Littb* E irly Co. hav** been in th«* valley, among them
<2 N. An<l»r«on ami J N. Ho<*kersmith Wirt Pool were among «»ur visitors «luring
A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.
of E<!eii made us a visit last Friday.
An Ingenious t'ontrilance.
ami Gromiahl.^uperintendent Field-«,R* a<l-
Superior to every other known.
Levi Morris ot Talent has secured the
Mayor Howard of Medford, accompanied
iiiasler Amt ami Bridge Superintendent
head of '*«,<!<»<• county horses in this val John*on. They went south, continuing to by his wife, vibitrd our town on Tuesday. ocrals ot Eden precinct, called one day
Used in Millions of Homes—
right to sell a patent cool’n ninth extermi com»* up again in the circuit court.
nator, which for .«impli lty and effective
A S. Jacobs is getting ready to make a ley, w hile he looks lor a market for them inspect bridges, trestles and track. Sam
40 Years the Standard.
ness has no superior It consists of a pi» c<- run at his saw-mill on Butte creek
Veatcb was conductor uf the train.
F. M. Hodges, M. Winningham, Cal
s.*at during the week on probate business.
Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky
of burlap sa*'k lied around the fruit tree,
Pence and Ed Foster were her? the fore-
DEALERS* IN THE
A telegraplm* di«pa*ch c.n March 30lh
Biscuit, Griddle Cakes, Palatable
Frank Crump ot Sterlingville paid bin trie!.« have levied a tsx. from ihe proceeds
over which a piece of wire gauze i*» se
<». W. Oiiver. formerly a resident of thia I art of the week.
announced ihedeathof .ienry Luehcke, a place, is now 1 >< ated at Crescent city, Cai.
curely nailed. When the in-ect I- av«*« the respects to the T imes on S iturday.
of which they will purchase furniture and brother of Mrs. Veit Schutz, at Portland.
John O’Brien, the Democratic sag? of ^Ko other baking powder does such work.
egg N immediately looks for a j In
v»»ry har»l last Saturday night, make some improvement.«.
He formerly resided in (.’liuimy Rock
Mi«*« Mary Cliavner and her brother Applegate precinct, and Ed. Knutzen were
hide, and invariably seeks th- pi.-re of bur t»m Ifpiz*«
Those needing horse and jack b Us will ppecinel .«nd was about 28 yean <4 age. Michael Were at the cvunrf-*<'»t on Mon*
lap If is life (tie * II f.'
11 »-11 |l tm -I'Cfri-
inlo a moth it has grow n too large to tint)
First-class cedar fence posts foi sale In find that the 1 i.MEs printing establishment Henry was an indu«triou«, nonorableyoung day.
J. L. Patterson is expected to arrive THE FAST RUNNING STAltlON,
egress through the gauze and nu iraliy quantities to suit at the T im xs office.
prints them better and cheaper than any man, and well liked by Ins associates.
N. A. Young an ! »on of Little Butte pre from California to-night on a visit to rela
perishes. It is said that nearlv all of these
other in southern Oregon.
B. F. Ivie, county surveyor of Cowlitz «'inct were here Wednesday with some tine tive and friends here.
( hi ken cholera and pips prevented an«!
pests are exterminated in ih-s manner the
B. F. McCrary of Siskiyou «pent Sunday county. Wash., died on th? train while at bacon.
nrs! year, ami none remain after the sec cur* d by Simin >ns Liver Regul itor
Harry Wells of Siskiyou county. Cal ,
one day last week, being on his
This exterminator has been used
Handsome neckties of the latest styles selling tiqU T without li' ense. and is mak WIJF
Mrs K K'lbli has gone to Portland to purchased a !^w head of H Harrison s
with much success m t'aliD>rnia. F*»r fur very ch»* »p at the S F. Variety Store.
cattle this week.
Will make th»*season of 1891 at Central Point,
coroner’s inquest, held by Dr Parson, di«-
ing preparations t«> stand trial.
ther particulars, write to or c ill on lx*vi
where he will be ev«*ry Friday and Saturday,
• loscd the fact that he came to hi.« death by weeks.
There have been rain and frost during
th«* balance of the tune at the McClendon CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, PHAETONS. VILLA. LAIST. MITCHELL,
Morris at his farm near Talent. Samples
Irvin Acres, formerly of Fort B dwell. consumption. Relatives were telegraphed
8. H Cook and W. H. Basye of Appic firsl-ciass st* ck of gomis n< xt week. Don’t tar in in Sain's Valley.
may be seen at K. Kubli’s hardware store. the w«-« k. but not a great «leal of either.
la«t week sol<i 38 bend of finely bred trot as to the disposition of the remains.
I*, is a handsome sorr«*l, nearly 5 years
CABTS, ETC., ETC.
Th»» rfant chili of
M. Rexford and ting h- r««“» for fid,.'».>• Ht San Francisco.
old. weighs 1050 pounds, and for tórni am!
A. <). U. W. Leri tire.
Mambrmo Wi kes sold for $3 300
The ease with which th? hillside chap lercent.
Geo. A. Fisher has left these parts for action cannot !»«• «urpass»«!. !!«• is tin* winner
wife t Apph gate «lie I a few «lays sgo.
parral land can he clearvl in this vicinity,
' several fast race* and won a IV4 mile race We carry a full line <»f Canton Clipper, Extra Steel, Gang,
Mark Drum, the genial agent of the Montana, leaving a number of unsettled of
O. B Whittenior«» «»t MrM'r.nvjll . grand
Wright’« Jamaica Ginger—strictly pure. W’lien the ground 1« nioi't enough to drag
W. J. S’aii « y is teaching a term of
at Chicago as a 3-year-old tn 2:10.
debts behind him Ix>*k out for him.
lecturer of the A. O. I W , I»«* u*ed at »h
Tricycle, Black Land, Scotch ClipjM*r, Stubble, Turf
DESCHIITION AND PEDIGREE.
< no . n ti e W uipt »h.-trici this spring
out th»* brush with a team, his 1 -due»-«!
court house on S.»iurdav rv»• .• »g t • a g •«> i-
wh« rea tonic fol the stoma« h and bowel« «•me to c e-ir limit?»! areas thi« *ets»n, yesterday
Lewis P. was sir««! by the celetirut«*»! Joe
and Stubble and Side Hill Plow».
Ev r\ body w it ■ »1 e« n-*t at'end the Gage is r« uuirrd. Sold bv all druggists
size«l and appreciativ«* a;i I • « e. lie is a
Ho<»K«*rof California, he by Monday. Hooker's
• ov 't? recently. They ar? do1nggo»»d wori first
J.T Cook and M- s
ami ma« y will pr«-p»r<* l<» c ear large tracts
dam was Mavtlower by Imp. Eclipse;
pleasant and infer» «ting -t eak1 r b ing w« I K»en«* 1 if«»rmances will miss a treat.
and Steel, Sulky and Walking Plow?. Twenty-
Qii't»-a number of the resident« ofJa« k-
posted on hi« subj •»•». and «1** • vr»rrd an in •
Monlhi.- in«ta'lm»nts of $10 will buy a s- nv lie went to Medford on Wednesday doubt me most desirat)!? truil h« h in the Wedne »lay.
imp. Belsebazzer; 4th. Gamma's dam Mad
structivr lecture. Mr. W nif'emo*-»* p«»mt« d
St «-el Piped F rained Lc\ er, Springtooth,
Fred Fradenburgh was in town yesterday, by
n ghr toatie»;d il.c revival m«‘« iin< at the con »ty
out the bei eti'- a <i usefulness of the or hoii'e an l b>t in Polo from Scott Griffin. •
Dan. ('hipnrin a* d J. W. Hoekersmiih accoiupamed by a gentleman wl o intends Bet BoS'-ly by Wilk.-*. Wonder; 7th. by « hanti-
and Clippci' Harrows.
der tn a char, s ’ i aightforward manner,
T‘ ■ l »> ,rd of tru'iees will hoi 1 its regular
dwelling up >n it« fru'tr >al a« w-'I as it« m »nth *. *«‘"i*»:i 11» xt Tuesday evening.
Anofher younir Drnv erat airived at the
E J. Story and D. T Ewen of Little Butte Roger; 12th. by Partner; 13. by inip. Monkey:
ing bv 1 he c «» uih .1. by a t wo t<» <»ne vote, ’ he
insurance ieutmes Ht* leti ;io«i«»ub< in the
S. H Holt, a Lance organizer of this visited their Jacksonville friends not long I4tti, imp. mare from stud ot Harrison 01
Ten cl e«t v»f Ep«cu”p tea. packed espec re«i»!eiice of W. H I'a er. ati'*rnev-:it-law, proposition to is«ue
bonds 1» r that
minds of the large luaj rnv «if hi« hearer«
So did Thos. RBey of Antelope.
purpo«? carrying by a maj »rity ot Gl out «4 county. made us a call while in town last
that no order or corporation offers a« g* o»i ially lor thi- trade,at ReamesA White s. • ami shout*» for C!ev« land and reform.
Lewi» P.'s dam wa« Lizzi? P. by L«*inster,
2uU votes cast. Th? ordinance under which j Wednesday.
or as cheap means of m-urance a« the A.
H. G. Meyer and Jo«. Randle« of Cbimrey by
I Imp. Australian. f»»al«*d in 1*79. and bred
Ol<! papers, in quantities to suit, for sale
An elegant line of Windsor an»! four-in- th? vole was taken provides that lhe bot d«
O U. W. The- JackMH.v 1 e cornel band at th»* T imkh office at50cents a hundred.
1 W. !•. Pritchard of Sacrani«*n<o. California.
J. E Harvey, one of the leading business Rock pr«*«. inc« ami Ja«. H »pwnod of Central b\
hand tie*, scarfs, lor summer wear, the shall not be sol«! for less than their par men of Uentral Point, made us n | leasant P >int were b« re the forepart of the week.
Her 1st dam was Addie A. bv Asteroid; 2d.
was in attendance and d *»•■ «ur«ed a num-
Loretta by imp. Sovereign; 3fi, Mary Ogden
Th«* Gage-Ke» ne dramatic company are latest ami handsome«! s»yles, is now being value.
ber ot popular tunes Altogether a pleas-
no.v.i.vza f ouet: itnop toit\ rnnriK am > check sohkb .
H. H. Chapman and Paris Hamilton. 1 Thornhill; 4t h.Mary Thomas by imp. Consu«;
higl 1» spoken »■! by the press everywhere. displayed at ihe 8. F. Variety Store.
ant evening was spent.
Muny strangers were to be seen on the
5th, Parrott by Randolphs Roanoke; dii»,
RED. WHITE AND BLUE MOWER,
Mr«. S. L. Fielder has rrtnrne»! to Jot*e
Jani« « C it trai! of I’iiiontnwn has tak« n stree «"f the various town« of the valley t’ryder of Gold Hill were among us one after M. Mickelson's stock, have returned, j Punxpirt by imp. Merrifi« bi; 7th. imp mare
The Odd fellow»' Kall.
Higbeet Geared. Lightest Draft and rimai compì«!? machine on th»- market.
by Popinjay; xth. Bourbon’« dam by Pr«*cip<-
i»hiue eou By, after quite a visit in Jackson- po«se«sion of his recent purchase, the durit'g 1 he w• ek, and it really looks a.s if day this week.
Fred Ruch of Ap; l-gate is in charge of 1 bpse; 11th. Young Hag by Skin; 12th, Hag
Richard« ranch, and was in t«»wn a few
The appruarhit g «>!<$ Fe low» ba’I, cn vi'le.
num grat.ou line before the summer is
Gen. T G Reames was at Ashland tliis Rock's fin? ilraft stallion ‘ Honeet Abe.” E« Wildras'
davs since buying farming utensils etc.
of A . pul, s??m*»
by common < »n-
dam, by Crai*; 13th. Ebony of Child Johnson Self Dump. Bonanza, and Star Hay Fakes, Peerless Sulky
will no doubt mak? a profitable season » ers; 14. Old Ebony by Basto; 15th, Massey's
sent to have hem set apart t«»r a ren* w il of
Hay Gatherers. Reversible Carries, Hay Forks, Etc.
D’f*»od s »urs on the stoma h, digestion tiiis va 1-y as a plat e of residei tire to east- Knights Templar.
Mare by Massey's Black Barb.
the old time social lite at the rniintv seat. :»*\ school-house for sale bv Sc ott Griffin of
Wm Holt of A pi •legate, who was here
De Witt'« I. ttle Early ♦ rn pe»»p!e, an»! with the tin? crop n»»w cum-
TERMS OF SERVICE.
Many express their intention of at »n tu g
Mrs S Zigler of Roseburg, who has been la«t we«k. inform« us that E«i Bolt cut his
Ri«e’s wi 1 remviiv this The famous little mg on th-re will perhaps be a great num
CHAMPION HAY PRESSES, SUPERIOR DRILLS AND SEEDERS, ETC.
By th«* »«-asoli. $W, and good pastmuige fur
who have almost abandoned T* rp^‘.ch*Tern
I he best g 'o«!* at the lowest prices at
suffering for sometime with the rheum* fiand severely with an ax not long since.
mart* during the time lor $1<I addition
amusements, and. aa the 1 »d es are ma* i R-ame** A White’s. Go and judge for pill«'hat never grip«* and never disappoint ber attracted t»ith**r.
We maniifaeture our own 1 hiiii and Spring "’agon*.
All of our implement, we
al. Ev» rv prevaiitkin tak«*n to prevent acci
tisni, is convalescing.
ing elaborate preparation« to make it the yourself.
Caroline Gage and Harry F. Keene's c< 1 « dents, but no responsibility assumt-d.
bouant for c.»h In large ■iiiantitOn <1 r< < t from tli. mi<nu!«< tur< rs ,ud gold direct to the
Th? largest and b?«t Mock of deeds,
A sure cure for the whisky habit; Dy
Farmer. We cannot be unuet.old, quality of irood. conaida red.
nmst complete success possible, a gran-i
Mrs G W. Cooksey, Misses Coak I y and ebrated company are coming to Jackson
ni«»rtg»g».*s ami all kin«!« ot real-e«tate and Livingstone s Antidote for Drunkenness
C. < . McCLEN’DON.
A great «leal «»f fencing is b« ing d»»ne this l«*gal blanks south of Salem is kept at th?
time is already assured. Members of the
A call and examination ot our at h k ia aoin-it.-d. Ail a. ajda Bold under a direct au a ran tee
will cure a iy case of th? liquor habit m Matnev of Central Point visited Jackson* ville Don’t fail to attend their perform
«♦•;** n. and thou«;iu<!« of p >«ts have already T imes »»tli* ? am! ««»id at Portland rates.
trat»*rnitwv Mid tb^r fa
' ir.*ni ten to thirty »lay«, from the moderate viiledunng the week.
ing town* will be lh» rt in number-, and been sold.
to the drunkard. The Antidote
Kahler. Esq , is able to attend to
Surveyor Howard has done considerable
Au effort wil h? m nl? to r.v .«♦• I’ mmum ' i (or I drinker
from present indications the Ja k-o viile
can tiegiven in a cup of coffe«* without the
Not«’*», receipts, due-hills, drafts, etc., in
ladies will have »li they • an do to take < are book torn), humlv and first -ciass». at the the V»’ur!d'.« Fair apportionment among the know e ige ot the per-on taking it. The hi- professional duties again, we are surveying for the Rogue River Water Co ,
who have fix ated several water rights in lhe
C unties according t-» their as«?««»(1 wealth. Ant’alot«* wi l 1 ot injure the h*-alth in any 1 pleased to announce.
of the visitors, Crust them for that, how T imes office.
In the ( Ounty ('«uirt of th«* State o! Oregon,
Jackson county is listed f» r $2«ibO of this whv . Manniactur«*«l by th«* Livmg«tone
ever; everycne knows what they n e caja
I'd war I A. Swope, the popular Portland Butt? creek country.
for the County <»t Jackson, sitting tor th«*
\ big :is«»»rtnient of fresh garden seeds, sum.
ble of in an emergency
transaction <»! probat«* bu«im*««.
( 'tiemica C ».. >m Fran* i«co. ('«1.; «old by primer, last week w« nt east to Pliiladet
It is hardly I r»*b«ble that anybody from
M t « fi, « lover, timothy, etc., at the 8. F.
(*tate of Samuel C» nter.
Jacksonville will attend th»* performance In tin* matter «it th<*
It is unite th? f«'hi >n now to tak«‘ Del ! E C Brooks. .Lu k-<’nvil:v ; Mii er A Strang, pina on a business trip.
Witt’s L’tt'e EaHv K m - t « f* r liver, stomach Medford, <Irrgon.
of Fncle Toni’s <’abtn. The people have
otice is herehy given th at by vir ,
Another brother of John Weiss arrive«! and bowel dis«»rder«. i’h» y sre «mall pills,
Owners of horses afflicted w ith the glan ger.w as on one of the northbound trams re- seen it too often already.
tucofan <ir»i«*r and Ji«*« ns<- of th»* ah«
The bcalv of the unfortunate pioneer,
entitled couid, ! 1. tiu* alM»x-<‘-«*ntit!çd ”’attcr i
Cncle Samuel Cclver, ha t n t been found here a few »lays since. He recently came hut mighty good ones. E. C. Brooks sells <|er.« in this vallev are very getieraHv obey ceuily through the vadey.
Erastus Wells of Ashland precinct die«! will
mg the orders of th? state commissi m rel
at last accounts, although there <*a>> be no
Mr. Gibson, a cousin of Judge Neil, who o ie day last w*??k,after a protracted illness.
doubt that he was exhausted ami p»*r shed
G. B. Mathes of Li’tl»» Butte creek, who ative to the destruction of diseased ani is ti avehng for a Missouri bouse, tarried in He nas about 56 years of age and «me of
Fainting the town red mean* headache
not verv far from where his h*»r«»* was I in th»- morning S.muions Lver Regula* wh « quit? ill, tis« returned from Portl *ml mal«. This is a very sensible conclusion
Hie pioneer residents of Jackson county.
ot 2 o'clock of f»ai<i day, s«*l! at
found dead in »he trea« hermis p.»t-h«*le near I tor prevent» it.
much iinpr«*v?d in heal'h. He was!re»:ted on th»* part of our farmers, an«! a« the Jacksonville last Tuesday.
...or auction t«i the highest bidd«*r for cash,
H H. Wolters ami Miss Mamie McM«***
the lake. Ctdver's l**g wa« br*»ken, and he
bv l>rs. Darrin, who did him a power of «tat? m.ik?« them some compensati*»n for
John Posey, formerly of Medford, now
at the court-hous«- door in Jacksonville, m
tlie loss of their stock, they will not have a residen* of California, is visiting James of Medford were joined in m»»*’’
was only able to w Is with the a^istam e | A nice line of «triw hatN of the most good.
county, Oregon, the following dr-
day this week. They h*'
.«inony one Jackson
to bear the entir«* burd?n_of th? work . f Bigham'» family of Lake creek.
of crutches, and there is small hope <»f popular st\ le« is being <118| layeil at the S.
Herib«*d prvinis«’•«. to wit:
The b«\«t remedy for headache and neu eradicating the disease They receive «ine-
Th»« west half of the northwest quarter, th«-
his being able to escape from «uch a -itu t
F Variety Store.
.aues ot many friends ami southeast quarter ot th«* northwest quarter,
ralgia is Wright’« Paragon Headache reni- | fotirt h of the value of their horses front
Don, although f»>r a time hi« friend«
Geo Brown of Eagle Point made us a acrr.iai«'*'
Edward« mill on Griffin creek will make edy. Stops pain in five minutes, Hat ru i tlie state.
and the northwest quart« r ot the southwest
tertained the idea that the »nd*»m>table
Call yesreiday. He informs us that Mr*
less, tasteless, no bad effect«. Solti by m H
Caton is reported critically iR.
energy that character z *1 hi« earl er \eais
Jo«. Solomon paesed through tiie valley hvv «*n
»»outh, rang«- one I west of the
Joseph V I> rv, of War-nw. III., w 9
might have carried h rn safflv through. ♦ d up Iasi week.
last week, en route to Centralia. Wash., Willamett«- Meridian, together with all and
L «bidder, P. B
'r '»utilrd with rheumatism and tried a
Hi» sad fate, after such an eventful 1 fe.
«mgularth» improvements and appurtenan-
Emd De Roboam has contracte»! for 800
h «lo»n num!>»*r «»t different
rftii?«iie«. but says
thertmnto belonging. Appraised at $<300,
will long be die theme of fire-side »al«s ! p-.sr-» and will fence the hill adjoining the at A«h>an*l. 1 rs » week removed his ni- nag-
..rtn, solid citizen» of Medford, Deen at Centralia for sometime, was on his «*«•«
non? of them '?«-m?d to «io him any good w--
farming lands and improv««!.
around the bearth«t u.e« ot this «•cti »n.
way to the bay city at th? same time.
8- him« I ng farm
.ein our midst one day this week.
erie of stuffed animal« Ir un A«ldan«1 t<» hi« hut finally h? got h»»ld of one th»1 *■
Also the undivided one-hall interest in the
half of northeast quarl«*r of section
F r ilie handsomest gent’s furnishing new purchase, the "Bri liant” sal »on at cured him. H? Wax rv.»'*’
Frederick Wardeand Mrs. D. P. Bowers,
majority of the hand« employed on the south
A Han»t»i»me Hone
town«htp thirty-six ..¡r! south,
at>d felt sur» •*
.^«i pleased with it, the great actor*, passed north to fill their R. A R.V
e<*«> 1« uo to ih»* .8. F. Variety Store. New Portland
w «- hi «»I WJIamettc Meridian— timber
C C. McClendon of Sam'» valley was in slock just received.
., i * m others similarly Htlbcted Portland engagement, one day last week
Ja< ksonviile a f»-w days «tn< e with hi- ti* e
. ..u like to know what the remedy wa**
All belonging to tin- estat«- of Samuel Cen
to, they quit work. They have been
Mm’ie Truitt was granted a divorce from Cordial. Once u.«e<l always tec
and fast running staih'Ui Lewi« I’. T»»i«
that cured him He state« for the benefit
Thus. McAndrew of Medford pre< inct ceded
ter. deceased, and situated in Jaek««»n county,
and prompt. P'*‘
Kelia- ! of
getting $1 50 a day, but wanted $1.75.
horse has some of the best blood in die J L. Truitt tn the circuit court of Douglas hie
.v.»sant Io take. fndis- Pain-Balm. It is for sale at 50 cents per ers, were tn Jacksonville a few days since.
United States in his veins, and his intro county last week.
Ten ns of sale—cash in hand.
Some elegant work is being done in the
*or summer troubles. Sold by all bottle
T M. CENTER.
duction into Jackson county will pr*»ve a
by our druggists. Dr. J. Hinkle,
by J. C. Wtiipp of the Jackson
R* ames A Wh te h»--
Mrs Jackson Hockersiuith returns home cemetery
Administrator of estate nt Samuel C«*ntcr.
matter ot inu< h itnpor»a-re to our hor-e another la’’«— -
.e ju*t received
men, as be lias no equal in southern Oregon I
A great deal of alfalfa seed is being plant
the stone coping about the Watson
assortment of fine shoes.
vith her daughter, Mrs. Morton, at Tenino, notably
and no superior in the state ’
ed th > season
I h»-re is already a large
CROP WEATHER BILLETIN'.
• .in am! «**e them.
THE FINE ROADSTER STALLION.
proved a vic tor •- -
- .. <« has
area of land m the county upon which this
•• • veral fast races a« a
Onio! « an»! potatoes are sold cheaper at I fe» d for >tock i* living grown, and it is being
Mr«. Wm. McConnell of Yreka was again
The following is the report sent out by suniniune«! tn the bedside of her brother,
u.ree year old winning a mile and a » i.-»r- ’h» "*. F Variety Store. Jacksonville, rapidly increased.
Th? county assessor and bis deputy are
the Oregon weather bureau for the week E asms Wells, last week and attended the rai.'ing th? valuation of land in a large
ter rare at Chicago in j |o. in an »her than anywhere else.
column will befoum! ins ped gree, which
Purifies the blood, increases the circula en lingS.ituniav, March 2xth Cool, partly funeral
degree,and therei« a healthy protest against
Dr. De Bar. who is attending Mrs. H. H. tion, expel» poisonous humors and builds cloudy weather with showers, lias prevailecl.
w! I be easiiy seen to be first-c U>«.
proceeding. This is wrong, and th?
W. 1’. Farlow of Chimney Rock precinct thi«
81 arm of William« creek, reports that lady up tlies.stein. What more do v«ui want a lhe nights have been v» ry cool, several
board of equal zation will doubtless reduce
as improving steadily.
medicine to perlorm ? J‘e Wilt’s Sarsaparil
the assessment more or less.
slight hail^t >rtn of snialrarea occurred in Hutchens haa rented his farm to a »on of
Choice five-acre tracts in Nickell’» ad- la is reliable.
1« one wlnch i. k'Uarantee.l to br mi yon
A« the new engine becomes ‘‘limbered
make the s«*ason of 1S91 at the follow
Geo. W Pletcher, formerly of Jackson* in Washington county on the 27th. Snow
«ati«fa< tory re.i'lta, or in ca-e of f.ilure a »litioU tO Medford are offered on favorable
Justice Dyer of Talent precinct called up” it does satisfactory work, and th? ing Will
places: Beginning at the barn of F.
vill-*,made Eugtm»*a f»-w days' visit the first feliinthe Ca«cadeson the 17th and 22 1; Wednesday
return • f puntiate linee fin thn .afe terms.
bovs are much better pleased with I-’radenburgh,
He reports considerable ex
at Central Point. Wwin«*sday,
pian you rati buv troni olir a lverti«ed
WH Newton ...............
N ah remove,!
Dr. De of I t'l week. He went to Portland, where •«now also (»II in Morrow County on 1 tie 22d, citement over new mining discoveries in it than at first. It hauled the passenger April 1, 1891; and will mak«* stands at that
Ilruegiat a lattile of |ir Ki g . New !>i-- B«r « farm in Central Point precinct, which he will probably accept a position in t lie which nu lled as fast a.« it fell. Some «now that section.
coach several limes within the week, ami place. M«Mf»»rd. Jacksonville, Ph«enix. Talent
Pulinmn car service.
ooeery for Consumi itoti. It ia atiaranieed he has taken charge of.
bids (Mir lo fulfill the guarantee of *0 tons and Ashland during th«- «« ««on.
yet remains on th«* ground in Gilliam.
Al. Prentice of Sacramento,Cal . attended up a 3 per cent, grade as it settles to its
DaacBirTlOM AMD P bdigkkb : Signal T«*ha-
to bring reliei in e»»ry ca*e When u-e l
Grant, ('rook ami Klamath counties. In the
ma Gt«»rge, who hits a cr«ms of Messenger
1 rst ( lass hiking powder, with a hand plant some seeds of the
for any atr-ctionof Ihroat Lunga or Chea!.
su zar beet t hi« the mountains the snow has not yet com at Ashland last week, having received tele work.
Is a handsoin»- dapple-brown, weighing
»uch ■» Conaumption. Intl itnnialion oi some prize ad led. only 65 cents a can, at spring. If we can grow them successfully, menced to m« It. In parts of Oregon the
Gen. Leroux'handsome trotting stall mn 1:100 pounds when in condition, anti tunneling
Lunga. Broncbiti.a, Aaihn>a, Wtioopine the 8 F. Variety Store.
ground ire z s at night and thaws in day graphic news of her death.
H«* was sir««! by Signal
I chains George will t>e in the cotrnty Chief; »lain high.
etc. can «iwava b.. ...
l»y Blackhawk Morgan. Signal
J Nunan our enterprising merchant, Signal
-.1 apon. t'roiip,
Mr«. M. L. Stanley is instructing a class “There's mi li »ns in it.”
during ihe season, something our stock . Chi«*! by Old Signal; dam by Langford Bel
Trial bottles . free at all
in the la«iie«’tailor system of cutting arid
Prof. Brad MrChRan. the blind man the soil very moisi, so much »«» that in the Franci-ci. where he aid in a fine, large raisers will be gl i«i to hear. He is one of mont. he by Belmont.
fitting at Ash am! this month.
T khms of S krvice : S« asnn, $15; insurance,
th? be«l hor«es in southern Oregon mu ! is
wh»» ha« been woiking Lake county, fold?«! Willamette valley spring seeding and sto< k of goods for this market.
th? sire of Signal Venus, th? tin?, large $20. Every pr«*raution will br taken to avoid
JaeksoB County'» First Allianr«.
During the week John V KeiznrnfJa»*k- hi« ie- t ami melted lr»»m view into the plowing has be**n greatly rrtaule 1. 1 matil-
ac« ¡dent*», but will not be responsible for any
s. 11 Holt, county org.n xer, not 1 tur 'on or»*» k t»M)k ch «rge of John F. White’s southward without fudilhng his engage la count}* it is about one-half done. In VHiiing her brother. Dr. t'olvig of Rock at th? ia*t fair As roadsters and horses of should they occur.
ments, says the Examiner.
Morrow <*ounty an unusually la ge acreage
Central Point, Or.. Mar. 31. lrt»l.
since instituted Eden Abiance with P* ranch in Sterlingville precinct.
all work his c«»lts ex» el. Horsemen should
lhe f II wing officers
A beautiful skin,bright eyes, sweet breath,
Very popular, verv small, very good. De
not fail to consider Signal Tehama George's
were elected : President, > H Holt vice W tr s Little Early Risers, the pill for con good ajipetit?, vigorous body, pure blood the soil !« well moistened ami prospects f«»r home to the Mississippi valley.
president. Fred E. Fnrrv . secretary, E igar stipation, biliousness, sick headache.
and go«)«l health r»*«ult from th»* ti«e of 1 >»
state winter wheat is reported to have stoo«i
Ander«on, lecturer. J. G. Norton; treas
It is sold by E. C. the winter well, to be <»t voo<! stand and ers of liberal idea» in the upper end of ihe
STATE HORTIiTLTl RAL SOCIETY.
Sonic of A L. Reuter’s children have Brooks.
urer, Arthur Furrv; chaplain, W. T Ar
valiey, called at the T imes office Saturday,
color. There was very little frozen out. In on the way to Tolo with his wife.
derson ; st» ward. Milton Anderson gate been «ick. but are much improved now.
Th«' next «piarterly meeting of the State
The Calif*»rnia legislature cut. down the Clackanias munty tbe wheat is six in* lies
keeper, Jerry Bishop, assistant gate-keep Dr R »binson is in attendance.
Judge Hanna. District Attorney Colvig, Horticultural Sn*!»*ty will be held in the
appropriation of the Mt. 8.ia«ta district high <irass has a go* <1 «tart, but some
er. Mi»*« Ida Bishop, ihe alliance is non
ial term of circuit court was liel.l
___ agrieul’ural association ah »lit one-third at what slow in growth. In Yamhill county M* s«r*. Fitch,Hsminond and Bnrtensbaw, senate chamber ot th«* stHt«* bous«1 at Salem,
political and non-sertanan, its principal n A la< spe<
1“ thia week, at which consid the s?ssi >n just clo«ed, at which there is the acreage ot oats, hay and fruit increased, who were at Salem on business before the on TueMiay, April 14th. Th«* r«»ll«ming pro
object being the advancemei t of the farm erable k'pnvi
gramme has liven arranged:
business was disposed of.
the latter very largely so. Ther»* is a slight supreme court, have returned home.
gr.iwhng ga ore in Siskiyou county.
For«*noon S«*ssion—Th«* l«*son» of ls!M), R. I).
er » interest».
shortage in winter wheat
Allen. Silverton; th«* Mrxwberrj and its cul
A fine I ne of trunks, valises and hand-
E. Ho’et, Salem; pruning and training
Fine Farm fur *»air
i»'«g« of all sizes an»! Drices has iust been Stat? Boar»! of Agriculture will b»* Del«! at
very favorah e to if, however, for it’s bring engaged in the brokerage business at tin* p«*ach. M. S«*heyd«*ckcr, Fulton; notes
Thns. M Center, admin s’rator of th»* received at the 8. F. Variety Store.
Grin’ s Pa«s on th»* 6ih ot April. The now retarded inMires it against possible late Seatil-, passed through the valley on his trom Newberg. ('. E. Hoskins. Ncw!»erg.
is the onlv positive cure for DYSPEPSIA.
Afterinxin St*»l«»n —What I know about (<>NS IT PATH »N. LIVER and KIDNEY DIS
estare of Samuel Center, dere»se«l. »he
>'<»• krnen in John Daycountry have met matter of fix ating the n»*xt district fair will frost. Pt*achc», almonds and apricots are wav to visit relatives at Mott, Cal., last drainage.
EASES. and is recommended by physicians
where gives notice that he will ^ejl the with «ever? I»»«.«»*« this winter, hav giving come up for c<jnst«ierxtion at that time.
tn bioom, in many sections; pear and
the harx’rst tie—from a horticultural stand when other inedicln»*« fail. Thousands testify
real property belonging to «aid estate at out sometime before the snow went off.
Ed. Smith and H. M. Chapin of Jose point, Rev. A Rogt'rs. For«*st Grove.
TOJ'HE PEOPLE OF JACKSON, CCRBT
it« havimr saved their lives. To Mothers
Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism and
pur lie auction on Saturday, May
< it her papers are pnunised. but not having and Daughters it has proved a blessing
ANU JOSEPHINE CVI NTIES.
straw he’ries in bloom. Fum prospects phine county, both of whom are wed
Max Levinson, who resided her? during m»*si di«PH»«*s origin Be from impure bl«»o»i are ind«*ed very flattering,and if t o unusual known in this section, spent Saturdsy and titles we are obiig«*d to make an apparent!}
rh *‘armconsists of »• vera htn «he I a« re
$1 bottle; 6 for $5. All Dea’ere.
of land, most « f whi«*h i« fir»t « l.i««« an«l
Snrnlav in Jackson creek district, looking short programme.
Witt’*• Ssr.-apa«ilia and h»-alth is restored, condition* arise .he yie:d will be large.
The undersigned is now manufacturing at
It is Imped that a go<x! att«*ndance may be Dr. DAVID KtNNEDV CORPORATION. Rondout. N. V.
ready for m tivatiun. A fin»* c-<»p »»fhn mi«'i»»n h«»u«e a« commercial traveler.
The stock are reported in good condition, after some neglected mines.
had at this meeting, as business ot conshlera-
«trengtb regained. Sold by E. C. Br»ok«
th«* Meadows Sawmill in Jackson county,
is Dow gn wing on it. Ai.yb* <h wishing
l he range is goo»! for them and ther«* has i
J H Williamson, a relative of Judge bk* importance is to come up I»« fore th«* soci
a bargain sh ul»ln<»t fad to he on hand et
Notice of Publication
The Paradox M»di«ine Company bos he»*n little loss «luring the winter. The Pi ini, tarried in Jacksonville last Sunday, ety for disc u sal on; one important matter will
»«>wn Wednesday on his way home
the advertised time For further t art ru »hrntivh
b?» r> g'ving perfo*m.in» e« it A'hland «lur I «mt) ng season 1* on ar»«l there is very while on his way U> California
He is br the adoption of a scheme for th«* «-xhibits
lars read the a<lvtr .cement in ano’ her He was accompanied by his son A D.
ing the we- k. and their advai c? agent whs little loss, le«> rain won <11 e more beneficial pres dent of the Terre Haute Carriage anil
L and ( h id e at K osf . bur «;. O h . I
tees, a most Important matter tmglecte«! by
L. B Woodworth, the Oakland h »rs? af th»* rou'-tv-seit on Tne«dav last for th? to them. The spring wool clip promises > Buggy Co. of Indiena.
Apr ! 1. lflM. •
your •«•cretary. will be announced at this
hiiv«-r Las been ii. the vallev looking over purpo-»* of looking «»ver th? situation here. t » be Iaige. clean aiui ot g -od quality.
otice is hereby given that the
tollowhig-nam««! s«*ttl«*r has t!b-d noth*«* ot
**ev« ral b mds of horses during the w«*ex.
Jimmy Wd«r»n, the only Jacksonville boy iue«*tlng.
his intention to make filial proof in support
The ra'I <• d cmitract« r, Mr. Erickson,
, now at the Mount Angel college, is re
«ay to the public that w<-have the
Rey. h. Watrv will hold services nt th»
Fre-h buck w heat flour, roll?»! oats, honey, this w • »« ti” «h* s In • • ontr •» 1 at 11p* T «1- bill no deaths; measles ar»* common in p-rte*l by th»- faculty to t»e makine good tend. having questions to b<* brrfUght b«*fore <»l his claim, and that said proof will !»<• mad«*
lictor«* the Judg<* or County Cl«*rk of Jackson
Catholic eburrh at Eag'e Point * n th»* MT m »pie «ng ir an 1 oilier table deheseie« ?».t trc'il* an 1 m-.\»*« h « f«»r< »■« ».» othe various(!ou»*trie*. Th*- g»*n«*ral health is, . pr< gr.*«** id tns >tud>e«. ami t'» be wel 1 up to th«* secretary at an early date.
But find Most llnrahlr Mirhint
County. Or« gon. at Ja<-ksonvill«*, Oregon, on
ond Sunday »»I this month.
just received at the 8 F Variety Store.
I •ra'ifi»*'» b»twe»n Ashland ami Gr nt’« howev* r,goo I.
E. R. L ake , S«s .
the front <»f his < lasses in ad lines.
Saturday. May23, 1«91, viz: William H M-w-
in ih»Astute, ami will put It against any othe
The Presbyterian and Catholic churche-
ton. hom«*st«*ad <*ntr\ No. 4^.10. for tin* EM» of
N-wnian Fisher must have a settlement Pa»», having numerous c» ntra«t« in th«* most n«e<i**i are warmth and sunaiiine,
Mr. ami Mrs. G W A1 bright,who deserv-
were handsomely decorated on E ft» r >in with *ll in«!» b»e»i to hi/n by May 1 1891, valley.
SWi, and WL, of SEl, of s. <
T|> X> S. Il :l
REAL ESTATE TRANSKEIL*.
with occasional shower*».
e<dv rank among onr very best citizens,
W, W M. H<* names the following witness«*
day, and inter»*Mting and h ghlv at pr»»prt ami «ew here gives nptice to that effect.
AND GOOD WORK.
have perfected arrangements to remove to
• te servi”*» were held at both
The following deed« have boon r»»cnrd<vl in to prove his continuous r<*sid«*nc<* upon and
Observer F. S. Signal Service. the vicinity <»t Fresno. C h I , about the be- the office of the county recorder since the last culiivation of said land, viz: Cyrenus Vro-
A tew copies of th? American Settler’.' on»1 of the best ranches in that sect ion,offers
tendance was good
Guide, standard authority on all land D for sale His figure« ar? very low, an i
ginmngoi the month of May, Mr A hav r«*p«»rt of the T imes :
w J Plytnale to Conrad Mingus; quitclaim to Ro« k Point, Or., Churl«* Griffith, ot Gold Hill.
AMD .WOKE F'OH ing pure based a fruit farm near that flour
matters, may be fonn<! at the T imes office. th*»«? »1r«iri’»g a bargain shoufii r»a»l h « a»t M//> /’.I >
PRICE OF MACHINE. $10,00
Tu <>votl Templar«.
JOHN H.SHl’PK, Register
verr!*em»-fit in another <■■ Limn and give
A CHEAP EOT
ishing town. All who knew them here will
H E Bak»*r to Vawter A Howard; quitciniin
I prescribe Sininmna Liver Regulator, him a call.
Ito you know that M .ore'« R?v«aleJ
D« liver»«! to any address in my district.
When you can get an ENITRE ACRE of
to lot 4, blk 0. and all o! blks 7 and s. Beatty's
Farm for Sale
Remedy lathe only oaten: niedu it e in lhe an«! it de'?rves all the praise it receives.—
Addne« all order« to Sam’s Valley. Grego
add to Medford. $1.
“A God send .« Ely’s Cream B lm. I th»* best fruit land m Nickrli's Addition to
world that <»<*« not roni»in a drop of ali-..- Dr. D. U . A*kinson, Silcam Springs, Ark.
George II Baker t«» same; same property.
had catarrh f"rthie? vears Two or ihr»-** Medford lor the SA ME pi ice?
(hir Very Best People
bol. that the mode of prepar-ng It IS ki.wri
HE FNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
Taxpayers hav? b» »*n th»ck at the county-
J. B. WELCH.
Nickell’» Addition j* ins Medford's wes-
his tarin of :Wi acres, lying « rni’vs southeast
only to its discoverer. that it is an advao-s •eat iins week for th»* purpose «»f paying time« a w»ek my pos? woul l blep f. I
H ohh nah Wade t«» H B ( arfer; 159.24 acres in
ot Lir.kvillr. on« corner touching Lost J-iver.
in the science of medii-itie w tbotit a paral their taxes before they became delinquent.
Ack«*r’s English Rcmody is in every way
It 1« all trnccd, 125 h « t » s in cultivation, 3
B:»lm ha-cnreil’n e.'
M r*. M A. Jacks* n. tiful an«! heanlitul location, and is within a superior to any and all other reparations for lien.)
lei in the nineteenth renltirv that it- pro
«tone’s throw of the Medlord school-house. the Throat an«l Lungs. In Whooping Cough
L M Lyon to Mrs M J Tipton; lot in Medford. acres in growing alfalfa and 12 acres mon*
W. r. Beagle and sons Af Aahlami pre- Porfmouth. N H.
prirtors offer to forfeit 11 te>•» ior any case of
s»»»•*!<•<! th«-reto. There are two good wells,
»loci are engage»! in mining on Grouse
dys|>epsia it will Put cure ’
I lie street commissioner hasgiven notice
A S Jacobs to Elizabeth ( Wait; lots 4 and 5, cither one of which will tiiriiiah plenty of
offer you a sample bottle
hot th* t free.
ere* k. on the south side of Ashland butte. to several parti» s to remove their w«»o«t- culture, and great returns would be real brr,
water for a windmill.
A ditch that takes
thia Remedy is »old on a positive guar- blk 52. Medford. $425.
ize«! there fr<*m a few acres planted in
Leg Bro kt* 11.
Mr«. M. H. Abbey of Aeh'and has opened pil»* and the tibh that h -s accumulated « n prunes, peaches, grapes, etc.
throjgti tin* plac«*, so that it ran be irrigated.
in Hoagland'H estat«-lands. $UN».
A Swede named Erickson, who has been a fine stock of millinery good* in th»* tl.eir 1 r»*mi«?s, which 1« the proper th ng.
Two ot its best feature» are that it is free
John Van Horn to F M Brittaan; ¡<»t hi s<*c A small on hard of choice trees is also grow
ing on the lilac«*. The soil is deep, sandy
from city taxes, although not lying a cr» at
engaged in mining in la«*ka«s district, lia»! room re» « nt v vacated by Evans A Brunk. should ht* r« tnoved.
5 twp 39 h . r I «'. $1050.
distance fr<»m th»* busine*»» portion of M»»i-
bis leg hrokrn by a bank raving on him
Eunice M Lumsden to Oliver MeG«*e; lot in
BELONCINC TO THE
l he undersigned will leave Central Point
Prof. Frzgeral«! of Eagle Point will
small «1 welling-housc and other buildings in
while hr was al work on Ti’odav He wa« probab'v
Ashland « b cycle < l-ib will receive an ar* tor<l, while ihe JaCKSonvill» Medford ritd- for Eagle Point, Brownsboro, Lake cr*M‘k M<«lf«»rd. $2««"!.
H«»i't with the music at the com
Fordyc«* R«»| ht vt al. to Ashland Woolen I K< mm 1 <*on<lit1oii on th«* farm. Th«* wdiole will
brought to town and had his leg s«*t by Dr mg <hid FeLows* ball at the county-seat (•»■•'«ion oi four n w member«, a« so«»n a« r«»a«i will run through the lam! near the an»! Big Butte every day in the week ex
Mills; right-of-way for wat«*r tluiiu*and ditch. I !»«• sold at a rcnsonabl«* figure. Cal' on or ad-
ther maciiin«*« arriv«* from Chicago.
D north« rn boundarv
» epting Sunday, returning the same day.
.1 I. DOWNS or I. C JOHNSON.
Il has !»*. rn laid out in tracts of five ..mi carrying the mails,a« also passengers IL
Hood’s Sarsaparilla has the largest sal* L. Ri» «*,<'. F. I . z I . L L. M« rnrk and (»
Money in Hie Knsinraa.
•if miy medicine before th»* pubbe. Anv ' I hiing* ar»* >h«*ir nun t*«,aml they wii acres ami less, umi wdl be sold at very r« h - ami express matter. I will make Conner-
The World Enriched.
the following :—
Tell Mrs. Wells that «1 e, or noy indus’ri
The facilities of the present day for the
The W»*’< <>ni? ca 1« the attention of P r? Viz one third in ra»h, one-third in one Mre reasonable.
I F. W illiams
ous per«< n can make |3o a week m the plat
A branch of the Fat mer’s Alliance was
24 now Deering Mowers.
lDgbilsimas For particulars, addre-* the organize«! in Lake county last week Thi« land ruercli »nt«, who al <»w rats to n b‘»l»
to material welfare and comfortof mankind
1 oi mi tin r parti, ulurs apply to any rep-
Deering Twine Binders.
A tn-tkes two «>cal alliances in that sectl« n. matches when «heir Mores nr? well ir
Like Ele< tric <'*>., Englewood, In
are almost unlimited. and when Syrup of
«tired, to the !a«*t that asbestos in «pianti- liable re d.e*tate dealt r, who will"
Plater co»» >’». I am working now an»»
•> Gang Plows.
12 fine draft hon-et* weighing
S ymptoms —Moisture; intense Itching and Figs whs first produced the world was
’lobby M <• in'ey is at present tilling an tie* ha« b« eti discover?»! in Jack'on «ounty ole .»nre in showii g you the addition.
know there is m< ney ’ti the bu-ine««.
singing; most at night; worse by scratching. enriched with the only perfect laxative
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engagement wi h a San Francisco com and will naturally be cheap.
6 Star Sickle Grinders.
sol«* propri»’1«»r of Dodg«* Br«»s.' w«*ll-drilting 1,2'M) to 1
If allowed to continue tumors form, which known, as it is lhe only remedy which is
bus1ii«*s. r«*pevtfully announces that he is
pany at the Orpheutu theatre in the hay
Better Than a Mold .Mine.
Males for sale.
2 Freight Wagons.
bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore truly pleasing and refreshing to the taste now prepar«*d to do all w«»rk in his tine in a
< Operations have been under way «luring the
Ten acres set to fruit alien tn a liear- S wayne ’ s O intment stops th«* Itching and and prompt and effectual to cleansethe first-class manner am! at a reasonable* rate.
The undersigned ba« f< ur good mule.*
past two weeks at ttie <Orchard H«*me A«*o
i Five and Seven Tooth Culli
heals ulceration, and in meet cas *e
4 Milk Cows.
1 will also take contracts for prospecting
It is strange that some people in town nation tract looking to the transformation mg condition wil. yield an incoine ble»*ding,
for sale, which he will«! »poseof at reason
rcmovt* the umors. At druggists, er tv system gently in the springtime. or. in placer mm«*. Th«* rapacity <»f tny macliin«* is
*.»0,1'00 feet of Luinher.
able rate«. For further particulars address don’t ciean up and beautify their premises. of that beautiful lo< ation into an entir» il from fiioiio to $|.j<>0 per year and iihi I for 50c
Dr. Swayne & Son. Philadei fact, at any time and the better it is known 4D” feet. I refer to the work I hav»* i»r«*viou«ly
It w«»uld be to their advantage if they would orctiard in ttie immediate future. A large requires no txpetisive tuacltinery to phis.
th»* mor»* popular it hec<»m#*s.
tue at Rock Point, or call on
don»* in different porti<»ns of the valley.
Neck Yokes, Double and Single Tree». Wagon Spring Seat«, liar
G ko M u key . Gall » Cre* k.
number of tr»eshave already been set out. operate it. A fruit-raiser in the Wiilam-
• W“.SatiKtH« tion guarant»•««!.
,'t- valley requires out a «mail put.ay,
For forth« r particulars call on or ad.lrcss
row«, Stove and Mower Extra», and a great many other
Lak? county has an abundance of mote-
W. p. DODGE. M»*dfonL
A «reamery will be ?«tablishe«i within h is all lhe advantages of a civilized and
•ure to insure a aplendtd crop this year, all
articles too numerou» to mention.
* ultured society, has good and convenient
S. Gov’t Report, Aug. 17- to8o
Highest of all in Leaver in?
I he John Centers farm near Besr creek he creeks running (nil of water at this tion in Del Nort»* « ounty. Cal . and farmers markets and receives a betier'income trota
and terms «-all or write to
«ontsining Pio acres, is offered for rent. lime.
throughout southern Oregon and northern the same investment than can be had from
For further particulars enquire of
You can get
J. KAREWSKI. Executrix, Jacksonville, Or
Tine Bi«h ot Ashland fell from a hone California will wa’cli the experiment verv any other line of business
LL MONEYS lit E ME. EITHER ON M)TK
M rs . S. E. J« h
anti brok«* two bone« in his left wrist one closely, to see whether ur nut it proves a this land from $.5.3 to $70 per acre of The
or book »' i-imnts. must be sett 11X1 by May
Jacksonville Precinct Oct., 2»i, !O»i.
dav last week. lie is a son of Austin W.
let tswl If not pant by that tune they will
A dispatch from A «bland, dated March
be placed lnMl*w’r’T"b^?^JrKCx,}."iHEK
Don’t Feel Well,
piso-s REMEDY FOR CATARRH. B^t. EasKjKt
We are son v to learn I bat th* wife of J.B. 2»’»th, savs The freight from the south
Jacksonville. Or.. April S. WI.
The April te in i ( the county
did not arrive until 11 o’clock la«t night, And yet you we mil sick enough to consult
to use. Cheapest Relief ir in mediate. A cure ia
bate courts will b- hel l next
consumpti’jn and not expected to survive sent a loaded car into th? caboose attached a doctor, or you refr..in fioiu so doing for
certain. For Coid in the Head it hai no equal.
regular term of circuit court
1«) the north freight standing on a side-t rack, we will tell you just what ,ou need. It is
Th? roof of W.J. Plyn ale s resi l»*nc? 1 and threw <>ut two occnpanta, Condact«»r Hood a barsapari l.i. which w. I I.ft v..u out
| HEREBY RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
saf> for sale.
” Br»k?m.-»n .lack
1 . of that uncer- ii , n
’caught fir? from th chunney on Tu *day Ge^rg4* Li”
!nf .it,, j
| farmer« and laborin* people of Jaewaoa <’«».
iurtun 1 «I., ¡‘covered iu time, who were !»*:*»*i>xt ihelim»* Ltnsi r«<‘ei\
<us comtiiion iiuo a to
tlist I hav<* b« < n i«ppoin1< <: Jhjnily Organiz.« r
A first-cla-« Hall s natem tin pr Í s
so that the bleze w « eo> ly extingui hrd I td only >1 ghi H» alp wounds, but Cast e confidence .ind ciie..;fulu. ss. Y..u ti.iv n
of AHIanc»« and IndustriHi Fnions in this
weight 27*0 lb»., hr' co-t ♦?.»». cheap
il D .t h «/) D I ltií*¡i* . « zi
county. <’orr«*spondere<- t»olfvit«d from all
Ly the tire eng ue. which ; gaiQ pro ed its i was •w riou'ly injured aud we .t tu the idea how potent th > pecul ar tned*'me
who arc •k’drou« ot organizing Alliances
to th«« b«**rii» Pn«v, r-iv. Soi.l by drugirinm <>? wxnt
th Casts like yours
sAMI KL rf. HOLT, Pbapix. Cr.
by mail. Addrup».
HERE AM* TH ERI.
for Infants and Children
MITCHELL FARM, FOUR SPRINC, SCROLL, CRANK,
PLATFORM, MADISON, CONCORD AND OTHER
Sii Shovel all-steel Volunteer, Parlin. Canton, and Combined Riding and
Walking Sulky Cultivators. A full and complete line of
Steel Frame Cultivators and Com Tools.
CEORGES BANK BONELESS CODFISH,
ACME OFF-SHORE MACKEREL,
SICNAL TEHAMA GEORGE,
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON BELLIES,
gem ine H olland herring
EXTRA MESS MACKEREL IN KITS. ■»
OYSTERS, SARDINES. ETC
NE PLUS ULTRA
«lililí Llfk WASHING MACHINE.
ESTATE OF G. KAREWSKI,