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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1894)
Dan Cawlev, the pioneer stage driver,
is now on the road between Yreka and
Read our new advertisement«
Scott valley, Calif , in the employ of the I C. C. Beekmau has returned from his trip
Circuit court is approaching fast.
Idaho Stage Co., of which Col. Stone is to Portland.
THURSDAY.............. AUGUST a, 1894
M ies Anna Orth ha« returned from a trip
The dog days are here
Look out for local superintendent.
Cronemiller & Love have received an to California.
HOW TO GET GOOD BEADING MAT snakes
Miss ltuby Eaton left for Stockton, Calif.,
Mining deeds at the T imes Printing other nice assortment ot goods an<f are
selling them at prices "that astonish the I on Monday la=t.
We have made arrangements wh''eby
W. K. Price of Toio was among our callers
Sweet corn has made its appearance in natives.” Give them a call and see for
during the week.
subscribers to the S emi -W eekly T imes the market.
can get the lowest rates on all standard ,
Mrs. Chas. Purcell ha« returned from her
Fruit jars cheaper than ever before at , With the advent of lawn tennis athletics
visit to Applegate.
The following is a fair i
the S F. Variety Store
J. Nunan and family are camping in
the young ladies of Jacksonville. One
S. H. Kinsey of Grant's Pass was here
IIIF. T ime * and Farm and Fireside.
of them can already kick three inches high Jenny creek section.
one day this week.
including 50 Handsome Views of
Antone Hose has returned from his
er than her h earl.
lhe World’* Fair
♦ 2 5°
Every well-regulated household should
Adam Heald, who has been in the
In» T ime * and S. F. Examiner
3 50 have a White sewing machine in it.
P. Dunn of Ashland was a visitor at
employ of Maj. H. F. Barron of Ashland
“ Cin. Enquirer...
Send for the T imes and the San tran- precinct for a long time, suffered a stroke county-seat yesterday.
“ New York World.
3 oo cisco Examiner. Only $3.50 a vear.
W. J. Plymale has gone to Portlan I and
of paralysis not long since and is now ly
Will bo gone sometime.
•’ N. Y. Times
Kelly Field of Applegate mid bis son
•• S. F. Chrouicle..
3 50 for the mountains and summer resorts.! Sealed proposals will be received by
Will, were here on Monday.
Payment must l>e made in advance.
Your choice of nice straw hats for al- 1 Secretary Plymaie of the S. O. B. A. until
H akney , O keoo . s , April 30. ’93
Dau Cardwell of Roseburg made Jackson o. W. K. M eg C o ., Portland, Oro.
All other newspapers, magazines, etc., most nothing at the S. F. Variety Store.
August 15, i 8 oa . for the privilege of sell
ville a short visit on Saturday.
Dear Sirs: About a year ago I w a*
furnished at rates greatly reduced from
The new money orders are not proving ing liquor at the fair gronnds near Cen
laid up with rheumatism. I was in
publishers' regular prices.
terrible state. I could Dot turn over in
popular, being too large and inconvenient tral Point during the coming fair.
our callers during the past week.
Reames, White & Co. are making prep
A Small Wreck.
Fishing tackle of all kinds at the S. F.
R. V Beall, one of the principal farmers no physician in Harney 1 tried varioti*
liniments, but they till tailed. When
Last night shortly before 12 o'clock an j Variety store—the best, latest and cheap arations to import a fine, large stock of of the valley, was here on Tuesday.
goods from the east and have screwed
accident occurred to a special north-1 est
The T imes received a pleasant call from my condition was very serious, as the
pain seemed to be striking near the
Dear Sin: I can scarcely realize I
bound freight train between Goshen and! The run of salmon in Rogue river is in down their prices lower than ever, in zrder W. S Conkling of Medford on Monday.
heart, your agent came along and had a was ao near death's door, the result of a
Dear Sirs: For eleven years I snf
Henderson, which delayed both overland ' creasing and fishermen are making good
Misses F. L. and Velina Knbli are visit bottle of Congo Oil Hearing 1 w»» ill
with a bad case of Sait Rheum, oi
ing relatives and friends on Applegate.
passenger trains and the Roseburg local.'
neya. My urine was bloody aud terri Eczema, and was hardly able to mote
Get the celebrated World Almanac tree shark well known here, sniffs the air of free
The draw bead on the fourth car from the
District Attorney Benson was in Jackson and brought a bottle of Congo Oil IL
commenced rubbing me with it, and if ble pains near the spine. I tried several about. My doctor treated me a long
engine broke, and falling down dragged by paying in advancefortheS esh -W efki y dom once more. He has been released ville last Monday, on official business.
less than five minutes 1 was relieved , in remedies, but got no relief. When 1
time without doing nte any good. • A
along the track, finally throwing the front
C D. Gibson, the clever repieseutative of half an hour I was able to swing my leet
was suffering terribly a copy of yout friend requested mo to try Dr. Grant’s
trucks from the rails and springing the
Don't fail to see that elegant stock of appeal of his fogerv case to the supreme the Meston-Dygert Co., vas with us yester out of bed, and one hour! w<i* down Medical Adviser was received by some
stairs. He left the bottle with uie and I
Sarsaparilla and Grajie Root. 1 did so,
axle badly before the heavy train behind new lamps at Miller's. They speak for court.
applied it several times. From ihai d.n one in oar household. After reading and today feel very thankful for so do
came to a standstill. It took nine hours themselves.
to this I have not been troubled wi:i part of it I sent for a bottle of Dr. Grant's
ing. I received benefit from the first
to repair the damages, which were con
Note«, receipts, due-bills, drafts, etc., in istrator of the estate of S. R. Holmes, de camped at the Chautauqua grove near Ash rheumatism. I feel that 1 owe my lib Kidney and Liver Cure, and after five lx>ttie, and kept on taking it until I lis.l
siderable The southbound overland lay
ceased, the man who was found iu a pros
doses 1 felt relieved. I continued taking taken over a dozen bottles. The result
al Eugene from 12:05 to 8:45 o’clock and book form, handy and f. 1-class, at the pect hole in Foot« creek precinct some
Lindsey Slsemore, who is now a resident verified by Fred Haines, of Harney. ate«
the landlord of the hotel ar i sevei.ii until I had taken three bottles, and was Is today I am perfectly well, amt I can
the northbound rested from 2:30 o'clock. T imes office.
time ago . His notice appears in another
others. I always carry a bottle of Cong. completely cured.
A* usual in such cases the southbound
Buy no grub or slump puller unless the!
not sa'v too much for Dr. Grant’s Saren
Oil in my grip'now.
column of the T imes .
passengers felt annoyed at the delay, but
the genial conductor,Pat Tynan,kept them
Miss Rose Buckley of Applegate has a
"Mamma,' was that a sugar-plum you
MRS. JOHN KILBY,
in good spiritsand made them as comfor cast thereon.
C. H. NORTON,
position in the W. U. telegraph office in San
gave me?’ asked little Mabel. “No. dear,
tiO- Fourth, street, Portland, Oregon.
table as possible under the circumstances.
A large assortment of Mason’s fruit
Assayer Burns, Harney Co.. Oregon
773 Hoyt street, Portland, Oregon.
One of the most exasperating cases was
it was one of Dr. Ayer’s Pills.” Please
that of the Gervais agent, Will. H. Merri jars, all sizes, rubbers, etc., at the S. F. may I have another?’ Not now, dear; Mrs. W. D. Sutherlin has left for Hornbrook,
Calif., to join her husband, who is eugaged
man, who was on his way to Jacksonville Variety Store.
one of those nice pills is all you need
where he is to be wedded to-morrow. As
Guns, fishing tackle and ammunition of at present,because every dose is effective.”
the hours wore on and nothing was heard
A. 8. Hammond, the Medford attorney,
as to the probable time the wreck would be all kinds kept at the hunter's emporium
A. M. Kerr, the telephone man, has was at the county-seat last Tuesday, on pro
< leared up he naturally began to grow of John Miller.
been at Ashland lately. The probabilities fessional business.
fidgety. He was assured that the train
Deeds, just the thing for transferring
would surely land him at his destination mir.ing property of all kinds, at the T imes are that the system will be extended from
J. 0. Johnson aud family of Table Rock
Medford to Ashland,passing through Phoe precinct returned by team last week from
by to-morrow morning; but he was evi
dently thinking of preliminaries, for the Printing House.
nix and Talent, with an office at each Pacific Grove, Calit.
anxious look on his face continued to
For the best goods and lowest prices place. Work will soon be commenced.
deepen until the whistle of the freight was go to John Miller's hardware and sports
Niue persous out ot ten can y u load of
Pritchard,watchmaker and jeweler. Med bile on lhe liver. Uuioad it with two or
heard,when there was a sudden brightening
What causes bad dreams is a question of Portland, was la the valley last week, in
For the latest news see the first aud last
<>f countenance.—Eugene Guard. July 28. man's emporium.
pages of to day’s T imes .
that has never been satisfactorily answer the interest ot his Arm.
three dosen of Moore's Revealed Remedy.
The S emi -W eekly T imes will appear
J. W. Cook, the Portland capitalist, who
ed; but. in ninecases out of ten. frightful
It is said that J. H. Wrisley has sold bis
J. H. Terrill of Chimney Rock pre ¡net
A Drummer's Toad Story.
regularly again and will be newsier and
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
spent Tuesday iu Medford.
dreams are the result of imperfect digestion has been at the Sterling mines for several line farm in Central I'oint precinct.
F. J. Calef,representing a Chicago hard brighter than ever.
Most Perfect Made.
which a few doses of Ayer's Sarsaparilla days, returned home yesterday.
Mrs. W. Nusbaum of Chimney Rock
A. A. Davis is expected home this morti-
The nicest line of gent’s neckwear in
ware house, is at the Portland, just
Ben. Fisher arrived from Hau Francisco precinct was in town one day last week- lugfrom Davenport, Wash.
will effectually remedy. Don't delay—try
on Tuesday evening and ^iil act as bead
from Klamath Falls
He brings back the southern Oregon is being displayed at the it to-day.
The county commissioners’ court will
Mrs. J. A. Whiteside was in Jaaksonvill..
salesman at the New York Store.
biggest toad story yet told
“I arrived in S. F. Variety Store.
bold its regular monthly session next week* on Tuesday, accompanied by her niece.
A new spring stock ot ladies dress
Klamath Falls Saturday evening, and
The S. F. Variety Store has just received
G W. Lance has gone to Sau Francisco
O. R. Pankey and Mrs. Obeuchain of Cen
Miss Jessie Langell, one of the belles or
goods, white goods, embroideries, laces,
the first thing I noticed was the number of a fuil lin* of standard base balls, bats. etc.
alter his wife, who lias beeu at the bay sity tral Point precinct were in town on Satnr- Jacksonville, is paying Miss Rose Cardwel1
ribbons, etc., are arriving and will be
for sometime for medical treatment.
little toads bopping about the streets. It Prices very reasonable.
i a visit.
opened at Reames, White & Co.’s store
was something wonderful and one could
Judge Day can again be found at his office,
Simmons Liver Regulator is the foe of this week. Ladies are requested to call
Miss Lem> Dunlap has beeu called to! F. Hubbard, Sr., erstwhile a well-kuown
having almost recovered from the accident I Phoenix by the serious illness of her dealer in agricultural implement*, is seri-
hardly move without stepping on one. malaria—it throws off the bile and pre
and seethe-». Everything fresh and cheap which befell him a short time since.
They appeared to be the thickest in the
! ously ill.
day—morning and evening. One evening
Max Muller, Jas. C. Whipp, T. J. Kenney
, A. J. Barlow, depu'y internal revenue
the toads seemed to be all hopping in one
Mi. Casebeer of Ashland passed through
Chas. Kappler, the well-known brewer and Jas. Linn have returned from Apple visit bis aged mother, who is reported very I collector, made us an official visit eno day
direction, up the street, past the hotel to town on Tuesday, en route to Applegate on
of Etna, Calif., finding that his brewery gate, having caught nearly a thousand tlsb. ill
the head of the ditch, but they never came
back. Out of curiosity I followed the
has not enough capacity to supply the de
Mrs. II. Cbavner ot Gold Hill aud Miss
Day Parker of Medford will act as princi-
Judge Webster is at Roseburg, tepresent-
procession to the ditch and there I saw to
Paints, oils, builders ma'crials, etc., a mand for his popular malt beverage,is look Maggie McAndrew of Medford, who were
pal of the Gold Hill school during the ensn- ' ing Julias E. Miner in ttis contest with tin,
my amazement fully 10,000 water snakes, , specialty at Miller's hardware store in
ing for a location along the railroad. He detained by the strike, have reached home. lug term.
one to three feet long. As the toads hop
*. was at Ashland last week and speak* well
Dr. Robinson, G. E. Neuber, Cbus. Prim
ped along the whole army was literally Jacksonville. Call and get prices.
Johu P. S'teridan aud G. W Kimball of
Mesdames E. Wilkinson and 1. M. Muller
and Will. Booth, who have been camping on Rossburg are sojourn! ug at the Klamath
swallowed, and then the snakes, filled al
Everyone who has used the White Sew of the granite city.
accompanied by their families, spent Tues
most to bursting, would wriggle back into ing-machine is loud in its praise. It is ac
the banka ol Squaw lake, returned on Mon Hot Springs.
Some miscreants, presumably gypsies
day in Jacksonville. *
the waler to repeat the performance the
who have been in the valley of late,
Louis Pfeil and D. H. Horn of Gall’s creek,
next day. They tnld me it was nothing knowledged to be the best of all.
Burrell Miller aud family, who have beeu
Mrs P. Duucau of Grant’s Pass, who has lhe well-known miners, made us a call a few
unusual, that such things happened every
The quarterly examination of applicants broke into the Soda Springs school-house
residing near Portland for sometime, have
season, but it is a good thing I saw it for for teachers’ certificates will be held on one night last week. They were discover been paying Jacksonville a visit, the guest days since.
returned to Medford.
ot Mrs. H. V. Helms,returned home ou Tues
myself. I never would have believed it
John S. Miller, T. B. Houston. J. Weils ! Alonzo Slover has sold bls Interest in the of a Church of Engl out minister
ed by a couple of young ladies, who gave day.
the second Wednesday in August.
and J. D. Shearer, of Steamboat district I; dray business to Mr. Wells, who until re
cured <4 a distressing rash, by
Two carloads of goods for our mer the alarm; but the men escaped betore any
K K. Kubli, lhe jolly Harvard student,nas were here yesterday.
I iiently lived at Jacksonville.
A New Tiuie Card.
Ayer's bnrsnparilkl. Mr. RlcHAItl*
chants arrived from San Francisco via one could reach the spot, without stealing been at the mines on Gall’s creek, iu which
Mrs. M. Miller this week received [>ay-
B irkh , the wjll-knovrn Druggist, 20«
much of anything.
The S. P. Co, has issued a new time Yaquina bay during the past week.
Itev. E. S Craven preached iu the Melba-
his father and brother are interested with
meut for her miniug property ou Farmer's dist church at Grant’s Pass last 8undav, on
st., Montreal, P. Q.,
card, which took effect Wednesday. It
When moving into our present home I
Coughs and colds kept off by taking
Flat, amounting to $12,Ft».
the occasion of the fourth quarterly meet
I have sold Ayer’s Family Medicine«
changes the time of the southbound Simmons Liver Regulator to regulate the found a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
Judge Williams aud Fred. Hansen of
0. Harbaugh has gone to Trinity county, ing.
for 40 years, and have heard nothing but
freight ( No 32 ) only, and that train is to system.
left by a former tenant. On the label I Ashland were In Jacksonville yesterday,
Calif., to take a contract fpr hauling wood,
good s:>: of tlieiu. I kuewof uiany
Edw. Smith, the jeweler, went to Apple
arrive at night at various stations in the
found the statement that it was good for enroute to the Umpqua di vile for a few etc., tor a mining company.
Rust is making its appearance in some
I gate Sunday accompanied by his family, re
valley instead of the afternoon. The best I
cuts and burns. I can testify to the truth weeks’ vacation.
of the wheat fields through the valley.
Rend Treasurer Linn’s seventh notice. turning the same day. His wile will pay her
of the change is that the freight train will [
of this. Nothing in all my experience has
He has redeemed a large number of eouuty parents a visit ot several weeks.
Fall sown wheat is affected but little.
perforated by Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, one
hereafter l e daily, putting all hands laid
found its equal for treating blisters or agent, was in the valley last week, looking warrants during bis term-
Francis Fitch and wife went to Yaquina ' in particular lining tliat of a little
Why suffer with dyspepsia, biliousness burns. F. E. Barrett,Le Sueur Sentinel,Le for evidence in Rome cases being prosecuted
off last spring back to work. That will put
A reunion of all the soldiers of Oregon, bay instead of Clatsop beach. The former daughter of a Church of England minis
on th.ee conductors and six brakesmen be or any disease of the liver when you can Sueur, Minn. Pain Balm is also a sure by the government.
including veterans ot the late civil, Indian I will returu at once, but Mrs. F. wilt spend ter. Tlie child was literally covered
sides several engineers and firemen. The Be cured by Simmons Liver Regulator?
cure for rheumatism.
Miss Haidee Black of Portland, who has
from head to foot with a red and ex
change will algo make a long lay over for
and Mexican ware, will be held at Fo«wst ' the heated term st that delightful resort.
Harry Low of Ashland precinct and been paying friends in Ashland and Jack
L. G. Goodell and son, who are man
ceedingly troublesome rash, from which
the trainmen in Roseburg for crews run
Grove this week.
The many friends of 1. B. Riddle of Rose
ning both north and south, respectively. aging the Peterson place near the Desert young Perdue of Medford, who have been sonville a visit, returned home yesterday,
site had suffered for two or three year«,
Rev. R. McLean and T. P Cramer of burg, formerly of this place, will be pleased
Three freight crews running south of for O. Harbaugh, was here a few days doing time in lhe county jail for commit much improved in health.
in spite ot tlie la-st medic.. I treatment
Ashland will have their headquarters in
to learn that be has beea appointed court
Elder David Brower of Talent made us a
ting misdemeanors, were released during
available Her father was in great
Roseburg after the new card goes into
stenographer and deputy district attorney
pleasant call while on his way to Josephine
distress nlxmt the case, and, at mv
Read the advertisements of the Universi
county during the past week. He is doing the vicinity of Tolo.
recommendation, at last la-gan In ad
for the second Judicial district.
ty of Oregon and Drain Normal School,
Marlon Tryer has gone to Roseburg to
minister Ayer’s Sar«n|aibM^*d*»-o b”'-
O’Brien ot Pleasant creek precinct, who good work in southern Oregon.
E. W. Carder, superintendent
List of Jurors-
published in another column of to-day’s will be interveiwed by the grand jury next
serve us a witness iu the cnee instituted
tl. sof which cffocteil a complete cure,
The following persons have been empan T imes
cisco last Sunday evening an 1 will pay this against J. E. Miner. His brother is filling ' last weak*, through too close application to I much to her relief and her f.itl.er’s
eled to act as jurors at the August term of
Nunan, always enterprising and
My boy was taken with a disease resem section a visit of several weeks, Her his place on the R. R. V. II.
his duties. He is suffering with a severe ! delight. I aui sure, were lu here >o-dey,
court for Josephine county:
The K. K. K. K. has beeu invited to attack ot congestion ot the brain and heart I he would testify in th- stro:rs*«t terms
mindful of the interests of his numerous bling bloody flux
The first thing I daughter Sophie eame with her.
fls io tin* merits <»f
Grant’s Pass— A. F. Eayman, T. P. customers, received a carload of sugar on
have a social meeting vith the Medford affection, and is not entirely out of danger
thought of was Chamberlain's Colic,
Lee Smith, who resided in Jacksonville
Lee, J. Nunan, G. F. Trefren, W. L. I Monday
lawn tennis club tbiR evening, and tue yet. Dr. Geary is in attendance.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Two
Blackburn, Almon Rowley, E. W. Turner,
R. B. V. R. has been chartered for the oe-
A couple of keys were found on the doses of it settled the matter and cured a responsible position in the mailing depart casion.
Joseph Moss, William Boughman, N. E.
' Prepared by Di J <’• Ayci &<*<». Low« ’I, M « am
McGrew, T. P. Cramer, Geo W Lewis, streets of Jacksonville a few days since. him sound and well. I heartily recom ment of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Yesterday was the warmest day of the
NEW THIS WEEK.
E E. Redfield, G. B. Caldwell, D. A. The loser can find them at the S. F. Vari
Cures others,wih cure you
W. H. Breese of Talent has returned from year. The thermometer registered at 9fi
mend this remedy to all persons suffering
Baughman, E. E. Philpott, L. M. Kane.
from a like complaint. I will answer any
degrees. It seems that this has brought!
Wilderville—Sherman Jess. Williams— ety Store.
County Treasurer’s Seventh
C O. Bigelow, W. R. Nipper, J. N.
The scrofulous taint which may have inquiries regarding it wl,vn stamp is in setta Watters,who has just closed a success on a storm—at least it looks like it as we '
Gotcher. Merlin—A. L.Brockman, B. A. been in your blood for years,may be thor
I -•> to press.
Williams, James Neely. Kerby—T. G. oughly expelled by giving Hood's Sarsapa to my reliability. Wm. Roach, J. P.,
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Willits ot Klamath
Primroy, Campbell Co., Tenn. For sale county are visiting relatives and triend* in
Harmon, E. L. Nelson. Althouse—
church of Jacksonville held an ice-cream
C ounty T kiasurkic of J ackson Co. •
by all druggists.
J E. Holland. Anderson—William An rilla a trial
Eczema, Turning to Blood Polson.
the upper part of the valley. They are in social at the court-house yard yesterday
derson. J. J. Moll
The Union livery stable looks much
Treated by Specialists Seven Month*
OTICE IS HEREBYGIVENTHATTHEItF
the government employ at Yainax agency. evening, which was a well-patronized and
are funds in the County Treasury for lhe
without One Particle of Success.
better since receiving a coat of paint.
Brace the Nerves.
Mrs. A. F, Eddy and children arrived at Ash enjoyable affair.
Still PasHtng Away.
There are other buildings in town that
Sedatives and opiate» won't do it. These land a few days ago from Pendleton, to join
W. H. Parker and A.N. Soiiss have formed
Jacob Evans, a well-known and highly should be painted.
nervines do not make the nerves strong,and Mr. E., who is doing a good business at bis a partnership for the practice of law aud to
.Varch i‘>, 1888. to .ti«u 11. '888
Condition Terrible. Life a Burden,
respected pioneer of southern Oregon, died
J. C. Corum of Meadows precinct was failing to do this fall short ot producing the new store, “The Fair, ’ which is In floe run do a general insurance, conveyancing and
Interest on the same will cease after Hie
-ried CUTICUBA. in Three Day «At
at his residence in Pleasant creek precinct i
collecting business. They will no. doubt above dale.
tends to Business. Cure Permanent.
one day last week. All who knew him ¡ not held to answer the charge of cattle while in extreme cases—and these only of
stealing preferred against him by Geo.
Mrs. J. A. Wilf on, who has been paying build up a good practice.
Count} Tri asur'-r.
regret to learn of his demise.
nervou« Irritation such drugs may be ad
Iu th«* ».»ring of 1HH1 1 took that dreadful skin
Ban Fra.iciscoa visit of several weeks, re
A purty consisting ot T. G. Reames and
visable, their frequent uso is highly préju
Mrs. Daley,wifeof the late J. Daley .died Lynch of Trail creek.
disease, rk-zeuia, w ich turned into blood poioon.
turned home on Saturday evening. Her- Dr. DeBar aDd their families, left to-day
the be&* known specialists in this
Hall's Hair Renewer cures dandruff and dicia’ to the delicate organism upon which
at the residence of her son, A. J. Daley of
city. They treated mefor
sou is making excellent progress at a phar for Crescent city, Calif., to spend a few weeks
»even month» but I never
Eagle Point, one day this week, at an ad
tn’t*. natter ot the estate or N. H. Htrlmes.
derived a particle of
vanced age. She leaves sev eral grown-up where lhe glands which feed the roots of ing effect increased and dangerous doses
good fr<»m any of them.
Geo. H. Ells and his newly-made wife left Henry Orth accompanied them.
They bad given it up as
eventually become ueoessary. Hostetter’s
sons and daughters, as also numerous the hair are not closed up.
otice is hereby given that the
a hopele»» cure. I waa
undersigned bus been appointed by the
An alarm of Are was sounded at Ashland
friends, to mourn her loss
Stomach Bitters is an efficient substitute for for California on Monday morning, to make
covered with »ores from
! counry court of Jackson county. Oregon,
Crit Tolman anc* his partner have re. such pernicious drugs. It quiets the nerves that state their future home. They are a few days since. The hose company re slttina
Daley was one of the early pioneers of
head to foot; I had run
in probate, administrator ot the .-state
ning »ore» all over me,
Oregon and truly a good woman
turned from their prospecting tour to the by bracing, toning, strengthening them. worthy young people and carry with them sponded with alacrity and the fire was soon ot 8. R. Holmes, deceased.
of them aHlarg^a.
All persons Indebted to said eetate are re
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connection between weakness ot the the best wishes of a host of friends.
Umpqua divide, bringing with them some The
extinguished. Cass. Walker was Injured by quested to settle the same immediately, «nd
a box of your Cl’TicuBA.
nervous system and that of the organs of
Arrested and Acquitted.
It coat me hundred» of
uioee having claims against tin estaie will
nice specimens of ore.
digestion is a strong and sympathetic 'ink.
E. E. Smith, deputy clerk, spent Tuesday being run over by the hose cart.
dollars with theae so-
present them to me at JacBsonville, Jackson
Burtis Hawks, who resides in Elliott
The Bitters, by imparting a healthful im in Ashlaud. His family will join him in
called specialfaite. My
A full and first-class stock of hardware, pulse to the digestive and assimilating func
condition wrb terrible,
¡tached, within six months from the first
creek mining district, was arrested by
life wai almost a burden
cutlery tools etc,, may always be found at tions, promotes througho»jt the whole sys Jacksonville next week, and will occupy the 1 was elected treasurer at the June election publication of this notiee.
to me. 1 could not eat,
Sheriff Patterson a few days since, on
Dated Aug. I. 1*94.
a vigor in which the nerves come in for Brown residence in the northern portion of has hied such a bond as will be approved
drink, or sleep. 1 waa
; John Miller's, Jacksonville. Prices low a tem
large share. Use the Bitters in malaria, town, which will be vacated by Wm. M. by the county commissioners’ court when
a charge preferred by M. Watkins of Big
Administrator of the estate of S.
Holmes, unable to walk and had given myself up «»dead.
and no trouble to show goods.
constipation, bilious and kidney trouble.
untir a friend
week. L. L. Jacobs will be
Applegate, who is of the opinion that the
who had got relief advised me to try Ct Ticvaa
1 his deputy.
A large assortment of spring and sum
R emedies . I sent out and got them, and when
young man was implicated in the robbery
I took the first dose of your CcTU t Ba R esol
The Drain Normal School is fast forging
of his siorq several weeks since. A pre mer clothing for men and boys received by
vent I felt a little better; with three boxe* of
most valuable Ct'TtcuiLi and one hottie of
liminary examination was held last Mon
CVTICURA R esolvent I was a new man. In
the best in the state. The aftrq^lauee dur
<lavs I <vas
was up walking around and attend
day in Justice Dunlap's court, which re be sold cheaper than ever for cash.
i ing to niv
and it is
Is the CUTieriiA
Highest of all in Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
ing the coming year will be inueb larger
sulted in the discharge of the defendant.
I C ctk
- * * R
R. T. Shannon and family left Ashland
me f from
Next Session lie^in« Hie 17tii <f Sep- jaws
than it ever was before. It ie deserving
District Attorney Benson and Wm. M. Col- last week for their old home in Stockton,
jaws' of death. ThU
i* two years ago. 1 wanted
of the most liberal support.
driven out of m
to see if it had been drivett
vig were attorneys in the case.
t tuber. 1894.
and 1 can say I have never had any trouble since
Calif. Mr. S. expects to interest Cali
The circus is coming aud it » ill be at
Tuition, free. Beard, $2.50 a week.
for two tears.
GEO. F- BRIGHT.
fornia capital in southern Oregon mines.
2925 Fenn. Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Medford on the 11th. The Times’ advice is
Five Course»: CiaMieal, S ¡ent li ■,
keep away from it. for you will not miss Literary, E tgli li ami B iRine«s.
Will. H. Merriman, the clever railroad i The house on wheels, mentioned in the
Sold thrbuahoot the world. Price, Cvriccaa,
much if you do It is probably not much
agent at Gervais, and Miss Rose Luy, the T imes a short time ago as being on its
60c J ; Boar,
26c. , , IVK!'V1.V»JX
R esolvent >, , *1.
worse than those which have preceded it;
C orp ., Sole Proprietor«, Boston.
but that is not saying a great deal.
handsome daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. j way south, reached this valley and was
The Boar.I.og Hall I >r young laiiiea
Luy of Jacksonville, were quietly married halted at Jacksonville one day last week
The sheriff's sale of real eatate, levied
n|M|,LKS, WscLIl.tMl». red. rough, mapped, and
upon to compel the paymeut of taxes as
at the resident e of the bride's parents last I A fire in Grant’s Pass last Friday de
t Im Ollv riin enred by CUTKTBa Hoar.
Sunday. 1 hey left the next day for their i stroyed a frame dwelling ocupied by Char
sessed against the owners, was commenced men will he unJar the |>eis 'rial super-
Instantly relieved by a Cott-
future home in Marion county, attended;
on Saturday. A considerable quantity was
cura Planter, because it vi
sold, moat ot it being bld iu by the county ment and large experience
by the best wishes and congratulations of les Welter, causing a loss of about $400.
under the law passed by# lhe las* leals’-
,their many friends, in wjtich the T imes It was insured. A little fire left in the stove
Muscular talize* the nerve force* and
.1. .1. WALTON,
lature. The «ale wilt be continued Satur ‘ logne'. uddresH
hence cure* nervous pains,
at the dinner hour caused the blaze.
Weakness Aeaknenn. and nuinbne**.
Has Saved His Life!
IWmlioi of the Kidneys
Price 50 cents and $1 per battis.
Price $1 per Bottle
For Sale by City Drug Store. E. C. Brooks. Jacksonville, and
Wm. Pernoil, Applegate.
rt Little Daughter
GIVEN UP ALL HOPE
BOOT RUNNING SORES.