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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1894)
Profs. Middleton and Morrison, who ex
John F. White and; family have returned
HERE AND THERE.
from their trip to “the sounding sea. ’ Mr.
pect to locate in the valley and furnish
Cal., Sept. 18 —Government De
The days are getting preceptibly
Base-ball supplies of all kinds at the 8. F.
music for dancing schools and social gath
Phil. Gleava oi Applegate Is with us to W. reports that Crescent city was visited by
has captured a man named
more pleasure seekers this seasen than ever Variety Store.
erings of every description, will give a day.
SEPTEMBER ao, 1894
Ewing at Scott valley, whom he charges
The Oregon city Courier has been sold by
Mining deeds at the T imes Printing party at the U. S. hall on Friday evening.
J. 8. Rodgers of Central Point precinot is
with making and circulating spurious sil
Chas. Wolcott, the clever reporter for the 1. Le Mahieu to A. W. Cheney.
Stock hogs are in better demand and the in town.
ver coins. Eight dollars in counterfeit
Enos Conger and family ot Chillicothe, Mo., I
D. C ronemiiler left for Cinnauar one day
T. J. Kelso of Antelope called on us a price is improving somewhat. A large
HOW TO GET GOOD BEADING MAT-
ath county a visit, mad.) the T imes a visit have taken up their residence at I'htEUix. I money was found in possession ot the
number will be fattened this season for the
prisoner. A confederate named Johnson
on Tuesday. He was looking for a location
Miss Lutie lurch has been engaged to j
R. Morat has returned from Foots creek I to commence business.
‘escaped. The gang cumbers 15 in all,
Prof. A. L. Haselton
teaching the Portland and San Francisco markets, and
Me have made arrangement* whereby Brownsboro school.
still more will be manufactured into for a short stay.
and have been circulating counterfeit
M. Lindley, president of the Lucky Bart school-house.
R. V. Beall and wife of Central Point were Mining Co., left for California yesterday
aubecribers to the S emi -W eekly T ime *
| money throughout northern California
J. A. Castle of Portland is here buying
Luke Mulkey, one of the best-known
here on Wednesday.
can get the lowest rate* on all standard
morning. He took several bunches of fine pioneers of tbe state, died at bls home io and southern Oregon. The counterfeits
S. Oyster of Steamboat district called
bogs for that market.
Theo. Engel of Phoenix was In Jackson grapes from C. D. Reed's orchard with him,
The following i* a fair
i eoi.sist of quarters, halves and dollars, and
Monmouth last week.
Wm. Redding and family of Uniontown yesterday. He is one of the many per ville a few days since.
to show the Californians (who are skeptical
are good imitations, the work being well
precinct are in town.
M. Watkins, th« Big Applegate merchant, on that point) what the Jacksonville district
T he T ime * and Farm and '■'¡reside,
Harris arrested two of the
called at the T imes office to see whether
putting up a $50,000 hotel at Newport,
including 50 Handsome View* of
was with us on Monday.
can do in that line.
There will be a social dance at Gold
ago in Shasta county.
ihe World’s Fair
..................... $3 50 H’U to-morrow evening.
J. D. Wimer and Harry Taylor of Pleasant!
T he T imes and S. F. Examiner . ■ 3 5°
Legal blanks of all kinds al ihe T ime «
creek precinct are in town.
Isaac Householder of Gold Hili -pre
Call .......... • 3 00
Pi-inti ug House.
There was a partial eclipse of the moon
2 50 cinct was with us yesterday.
Miss Fannie Ralph,on« of Ashland’s belles,
“ Cin. Enquirer. ..
14-year-old daughter of
J. K. Firth, the originator of the Firth
Pritchard,watchmaker and jeweler, Med
last Friday night. In these parts the man is paying Roseburg a visit.
“ New York World
C. B. Matney of Uniontown precinct, was
■ 3 50
in the moon was seen to close one eyelid
N. Langell has gene to Portland and will ford.
to his old avocation ot mining in Siskiyou thrown from a horse last Tuesday evening
3 OO some part* of southern Oregon.
“ N. Y. Times ...
A. S. Hammond, the attorney, returned
at about eight o’clock. It was a significant be absent tor several days.
; and had one of her arms badly broken be-
*• S. F. Chronicle.. . 3 5«
The attendance on the public school is
wink to some of the young folks about
Rev. W. J. Fenton of Grant’s Pass tarried from Klamath Falls last week
j low the elbow. Dr. DeBar was called and
Payment must be made in advance.
good and getting better steadily.
A. Fetsch and family made the county in North Dakota, which is without beard or ' reduced the fracture and the patient is
with us awhile on Tuesday.
All other newspapers, magazines, etc.,
I E. DeBoy ot Gold Hill is putting up
hull. The average yield is said to bJ from 1 now doing well.
J. W. Plymire and family are huckle-lier- seat a visit one day during the week.
There is a considerably inquiry for va
furnished a rates greatly reduced from a drug-store in that lively village.
rying on upper Rogue river.
30 to 40 bushels per acre.
cant houses in Jacksonville, of which
publishers’ regular prices.
Hay for Sale.
Hon. Thos. Wright aud his san Wm. N. land, paid our town a visit not long since.
If you wish printing ot any kind done,
Sugars have declined one-eighth of a there has been very few for a long time
administrator of the
cent in the San Francisco market.
Mrs. N. A. Jacobs, wife ot our county
and still less now. Thus does the pioneer
Ntate Fair Moten.
want at the T imes Printing House, where estate of M. Hanley, deceased, will, on
clerk, spent an afternoon here this week.
Oliver Benson and Robt. Hardman of town of southern Oregon show that it
I he Oregonian has these items in its re
city prices prevail.
has been quite ill, is convalescent.
Saturday, Sept. 22. 1894, at II o'clock A.
Mrs. H. H. Wolters is being visited by
port on the state fair now progressing at Sardine creek were here a few days since. more than holds its own.
The Examiner says the increase of Repub m ., sell 666 tons of good alfalfa hay. The
Col. R. A. Miller and wife leave for their ]
Fall fights have commenced on Ante- home at Oregon city this evening.
Salem : One exhibit in the pavilion that
lican majorities in Maine aud Vermont is on sale will take place on the premises and
The board of equalization meets in
account of the Democratic congress Dot re will be for cash.
has an irresistible charm tor all classes, Jacksonville one week from next Monday. lope. L. C. Bolle and Jas. Kent indulged
Geo. W. Hackathorn ot Butte creek
in a scrimmage a few days ago. and the I among our visitors uuriug the week.
Mrs. C. Vrooman and her daughter Miss forming the tariff enough.
especially these hard times, •• 'he display
I. L. H amilton , Administrator.
Fishing tackle of all kinds at the S. F.
Helen have returned from their visit to
P. B. Whitney of Ashland, special freight
of gold nuggets from Jackson county
former swore out a warrant for the arrest
Medford, Sept. 15. 1894.
Mrs. J. W. Merritt of Central Point hai-
Variety store—the best, latest and cheap
agent of the S. P. company, who was taken '
is contained in a little glass showcase, lo
of the latter, who has since gone to north been paving Jacksonvfll« a short vhlt.
so ill at Salem that Mrs W. was called to |
cated in the art department, and is jeal
ern California on a visit.
L. *f. Lyon and G. W. Priddy, two ex
W. K. Price of Tolo is paying Albany a
attend him, has fully recovered.
ously guarded by Hon. T. Cameron, who
cellent mechanics, are engaged in build
Robt. H. Moore, who purchased the visit and is also attending the etate fair.
The S emi -W eekly T imes has clubbing
Dr. N. J. Ozlas ot Roseburg, who was re
has charge of it. It is not to be wonde-ea
greater portion of the apple crop of Jack-
Pat. Swayne, wJo left Uniontown precinct ing a fine brick residence for M. Phipps. cently discharged as cured from tbe insaue arrangements with all the leading news
at that Mr. Cameron keeps a watchful eye 1894.
son county last year, will probably not buy tor San Francisco in 1893, has returned.
papers and periodicals in the Union, and
Ed. Wilkinson keeps this market well
asylum, has fallen heir to a large estate in
Send tor the T imes and the San Fran any here this season. He says that the
upon that little case, for it contains nearly
is prepared to furnish any of them at
supplied with choice beef. He recently- the east, through tbe death of an uncle.
*3000 worth of gold. Theie are bet two cisco /haniner. Only >3.50 a vear.
crop is very short and that fruit pests have spent a few hours In Jacksonville yesterday bought a lot of first-class cattle from Ter
greatly reduced rates. The patrons of the
The Farm and Fireside and 55 elegant
counties sompeting for the premium of
The county clerk has is«t. ,1 license to injured much of what is on the trees.
T imes are invited to take advantage of
Mrs. John Ashpole of Eagle Point has re
fered for the best county display of fruits. marry to Josiah Powell and Miss Lizzie A.
Dr. Kirchgessner and family have re 8 emi -W kekly T imes , tor the small sum of his fact, free of charge
These are YamhUi and Jackson. Both Norton.
has blossomed into one of San Francisco’s ley.
turned from Lake county, where they have $2.50. Now is the time to take advantage
make most excellent displays, and it will
Buy no grub or stump puller unless the most active politicians, and was recently
been for several months past. They were ot this great inducement.
NEW THIS WEEK.
puzzle the judges to make a just decision name W. Smith ft Co , Mystic, Iowa, is
A Willamette valley exchange is informed
elected as one of the general committee of of California are visiting relatives at Phoe warmly welcomed home.
concerning the relative merits of these cast thereon.
that hop yards that were sprayed and thor
eighteen, who will have considerable 'n- nix.
N. A. Jacobs, county clerk, came over
two exhibits. The premium offered for a
oughly cultivated are not affected with lice
D. It. Mills, a prominent citizen of Ash
The S, F. Variety Store has just received fluerice in the coming Democratic munici
to Medford Wednesday evening to preside or mould. The yards that were neglected,
display of this charactsr is very small, be
Gouri of toe Stale of Oregon
a full line of standard base balls, bats, etc. pal convention.
over our lodge of the A. O. U. W., of as a rule, are not worth picking.
ing but $20. If the amount were placed
for the County of Jackson.
Prices very reasonable.
Sterling C. Minnick. Plaintiff,
J. C. McCully came over from Cinna
which he is master workman.
at $5"o for the best display it would serve
A bachelor says if you hand a lady a news
Mr. and Mrs. Dunn ot Chico, Calif., made
£. J. Story and M. S. Wood of Eagle bar for the purpose of hiring men to run
as an incentive for every county in the
J. Nunan and family a visit one day last
Weeks & Orr of this precinct, who will
dricks, Wllllatn Hay, assignee |
state to incur the expense necessary to Point precinct are furnishing the market a tunnel for the Siskiyou Q. M. Co. Al- 1 week.
of the estate of Edward Hen- 1'
dry a considerable quantity of fruit this line of it will be read, but every bit ot inter
dr.cks. for the benefit < cred
though there are a number of miners out
est felt In tbe paper will center in finding
make a proper and comprehensive horti
Mrs. Laura Pierce arrived from Seattle, season, .’■•cently shipped a carload of their
itors, and Jackson aoui ;y, Or
Shakes, posts and shingles can be ob of work, strange as it may seem, none Wash., this morning aud will remain several last year’s prunes to Kansas city. They out what the missing paragraph contained.
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND
tained in quantities to suit at the T imes took advantage of the opportunity to se- Weeks.
Max M. Shillock, Joseph and probably
expect to ship the balance of their 1893
A Society Event.
'cure good wages.
seal or the Circuit Court or the State of Ore
Mrs. Dr. Pickel of Medford was in Jack crop, which amounts to another carload Henry E. Reed, late clerk of the Multnomah
Miss Carrie Beekman gave a handsome
coanty circuit court, will take positions upon September, 1894. tn favor ol S. C. Minn'ck
Three cases will be appealed to the su sonville on Tuesday, as was also Mcs. W. I. soon.
Earl Van Antwerp is teaching the W:~
the local staff of tbe Portland Sun, the pub
social al her residence on California street mer’school with success. His mother has preme court from this county—those of Vawter.
A young man who has hitherto borne an lication of which will be begun about the Defendants, for the sum of $565.00, with inter
Wednesday evening, in compliment to been paying him a visit.
est therein from the 20th day ot August, IW4,
R. H. Moore has returned to Portland, excellent reputation, in a moment of rage
Jackson county vs. the bondsmen of Geo.
first of October. AU three have served upon at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum, auk
her cousins. Misses Mae and Sulla Dorris
further sum of $75.00 attorney fees, and
Notes, receipts, due-bills, drafts, etc., in E. Bloomer, Pelton vs. Sisemore and T. J. but may return to buy a few carloads of struck and choked a young lady one night the staff ot tbe Oregonian and are capable the
tin- costs and disbursements ot and upon this
of Eugene, who are paying Jacksonville
writ, and to m3 directed, commanding me to
book form, handy and first-class, at the Kenney vs. E. F. and Prudence Walker.
a visit at present. A number of ycung
make sale ot t he following described properly:
President Hills of the 8. O. B. of A. miule
The papers are now being perfected for
T imes office.
Salmon trout caught in the Klamath river
And by virtu» of said execution 1 have duty
to accompany her home. A warrant was
ladies and gentlemen participated in the
upon said property, to-wit:
sworn out for his arrest, but he had le- at tbe mill-dam at Pokegama were sold in
Thirty-four bushels of barley can be the October term.
Lots fottr,<4) five (5) and six (e> in section 30.
entertainment and spent the time very
Ashland last week. Most of the fish are township 38 south, of range three west, and
An exchange says that a superstitious
1 vanted for other scenes.
Progressive whist was in purchased at the market rate by calling at I
the E44 of the 8K)4of section 25 in township
Jas. Murray and J. McKnlght, the p >pu-
caught with grab-hooks as they ascend tbe 38
subscriber, who found a spider in his pa.
south, of range four west of the Willamette
dulged in until after ten o’clock, Miss
lar Portland tourists, were with us a few
.Meridian, la Jackson county, OregoD; con
per, wants to know if it is to be considered
opened under more favorable auspices fish as they tail to make the leap fall back taining 149.48 acres. In accordance with the
W. R. Noah has been awarded the sub
Jo. Orth and Chas. Nickell beiag awarded
provisions ol said dei-ree, 1 will on
a bad omen. Not at all. The spider was
the principal prizes, while MimJo. Nunan contract for carrying the mail between
0. B. Watson and Jas. Thornton of Ash thaji ever. The attendance is large and foto a box and are prisoners is still in oper
merely looking over the columns of the
Saturday, October 27, 1894,
Prof. Narragan is ation.
land were in town yesterday on probate increasing steadily.
and Mr. Dunham of Medfo.'d captured the Gold Hill and Sam’s valley.
paper to see what merchant was not ad business.
again in charge and is assisted by Misses
The company ther. did jus
Get out of debt and stay out and then you at 2 o’clock p. m ., at the lrout door of the
The S emi -W eekly T imes and the S. F.
vertising, so that it could spin its web
Court House, in Jacksonville. OrcsroD, sell at
Willie Puhi, who h*s been paying Jackson Elva Galloway, Della Pickell, Edith will not have any “kick’’ coming, as there public
tice to a toothsome repast, after which they Examiner can be obtained for $3.50 by ap
auction ro tbe highest bidder for cash,
across the store door and be free from dis ville a visit, returned to Yreka, Calif., a few Crouch, Della Bursell.Viol Brandon, Min would be no hard times, no depressiviis, no all
the right, title ana intereat of the above-
were favored with instrumental* music by plying at this office.
named defendants in and to the above-de-
nie Worman and Minnie Coleman.
Miss Carrie Beekman and singing by
A half interest in the Hotel Mediord is
debt sapping the life out of enterprise aud
Adarel Chapter No. 3, O. E. S., held a
Mrs. K. Kubli was on Applegate this week
Misses Dorris, Cronemiller, Linn and Mil-
Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon.
offered for sale for $3500. The property special :-?ssion on Tuesday evening, which to visit her sun’s wife, who is siok with ma
industry, for the sake of drones who feed
ier,Messrs. Selby,Horton and Miller, also
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
bring* in $ too a month in rent*.
and clothe themselves from the returns
was attended by quite a number of the larial fever.
a recitation by Miss Louise Kubli, all of
J E. Potter, who is an excellent teach members and a few invited guests. After
The following deeds have been recorded flowing from debt.
Mewlames M. A. Taylor and J. Willlscroft
d iu rrr«
Bob Johnson, the ex-editor and the newly Administrator’s Sale of Real
the office of the county recorder since
was nearly oo,e •’clock when Whve »»r
1 appoluted OorvaLU* Nasby, won a toot raee
ai.d giving the fiilest satisfactioa.
taken of the clever hostesses
Zrom Fred Otwter, the champion runner, at
John Soliss, who is now located at Wheat Nellie Briggs to T Roben»; lot*
cards, dancing, etc. There was some ex
01 the State of Oregon,
A Rare •hTduceiuent.
leo oo the Oregon city tournament, last week. for the County of Jackson, sitting for tbe
11 4 12, R R add to Ashland.......
ing relatives in Lake creek district a visit, cellent singing also and an elegant repast land, Calif., is paying his old home in Jack-
Bob can edit a newspapet, manage a post-
transaction of probate business.
son county a visit.
Catherine Nolaud to S J Day; lot
The San Francisco Examiner will give have returned to Shasta county, Calif.
the* state of Lewis Kees,
office or run a foot race successfully, and is In the mattei of deceased.
16, blk 20, Medford.......................
away at its next annual drawing 90c» pre.
R. Rawson ot Olympia, Wash,, is in town,
otice is hereby given that the
one ot ths best looking members of tbe Ore
The wifeof Giles Wells, Sr., last Sun
O. Biede, who has one of the best gar
iinderstaued.as administrator of the estate
and is said to be looking tor a location to A 8 Matson to Bank ot Ashland;
miums, aggregating in value $145,000.
gon Pres« Association.—[Eugene Guard.
dens in town, presented us with some of day died at the family residence in Ash establish a hotel.
ot Lewis Itees. deceased, by virtue of Su
tract in Ashland...............................
Each subscriber also receives a fine pic
orc.rand license of the above-entitled court
the finest muskmelons we have seen this land precinct, where they had resided for
The flab ladder at Oregon city has been 'n the above-entitled matter, dated Aug S,
Geo. F. Rogers, representing the Capital Milton Beery, administrator of es
ture wot.h in the market more than the
completed,' Governor Peunoyer and State 1894, ’ will from and aftei
tate of Sephia A Osborn to Laura
so many years, at the advanced age of 86 City Bindery, made the T imes a pleasant
price of the paper. These are splendid
Treasurer Htetschau have given person»! at
Willey; Ifot 9, Woolen’s add to
Saturday. Sept. 8, 1894,
years. Her husband, who is 96 years of call one day recently.
inducements, because the Examiner is the
460 06 tention to the construction, and feel confi
Ashland .......... .............................
age, still survives her, but is quite feeble.
H. E. Ankeny left for Salem last night,
to Be 1 at private sale according to
best newspaper on the coast and is well hogs to Sacramento, Calif.,' recently. Only
dent that it will prove a success, although proceed
law in such cases made and provided, Ihe fol
Mr. and Mrs. Wells were among the first to attend the state fair and visit his old home
worth alone the $1.50 a year that it costs. 354 cents is being paid for live pork this
real property belonging to
Briggs; lota 11 4 12, blk G, and
who came to southern Oregon, and in the Willamette valley.
has been expend ■ if it should not prove said
If you subscribe now you can get the
18 A 19, blk I, R B add to Ash
Lo'2. (iH-ing fractional NW44 ol 8Wfc), NE^
H. B. Olsen of Bern’s valley and John
ao there is plenty of money to make another of SWJ4, lor 3, (being fractional 8L* of 8W1-4).
W. F. Taggart of Lost creek precinct, highly respected.
land ................................. ...........
T imes and Weekly Examiner one year
See 33, Twp 34 8, E I W, containing 124,.D
Irving W. Larrimore, physical director Schneider of Central Poiut precinct made us J K Hill to F K Dewel; 160 acres in
each for ot.ly $3 5°- Th‘s dubbing rate who went to Klamath county with a load
a call one day this week.
NEl-4ol NWI-4, lota 2. 3 and 4. and NEL4 of
entities the subscriber to a ticket in tbe
SW1-4, SE1-4 of NW 1-4 aud SE1-4 of 8WI-4. See
Mrs. S. W. Kindle of Thomasville has been G £ Neuber to Catherine and Peter
at Vancouver and owned by George F. 4, Twp 35 S, K I tv. containing 277.32 acres.
he can conscientiously re-ommend Cham
the drawing and ali other special privi his load.
Lola 1, 2 and 3, see 5, Tp 35 8,r I w.conlaining
visiting friends here. She was aooompauied
Boschey; q «J d to tract in tp 38
McKinney, ot Golc.ends.le, Wash., continues
Geo. Finch, father of Mrs. J. K. Darnell berlain’s Pain Balm to athletes, gymnasts, home by Hrs. John Dvar.
'■ I - - • —----
L C Nc. 41, See 14, Twp 35 8, Il 1 weal,
of Medford, who was once a resident of bicyclists, foot-ball players and the profes
less 40 at re« sold to David Mosier, being a
Peter Boschey and Catherine Bos
AltauiontH still Lead.
2" ro is north at.d south by 320 rods east
this valley, died al Willows, Calif., lately, sion in general for btulses. sprains and Central Point precinct were at the county
chey to G E Neub.sr; same prop
cessive race by beating a big field and pac and west 'all width or south end. containing
Doc Sperry, the brown Altamont geld
100 00 ing the distance In 2:14. Her owner confi 280.28 acres.
aged about 80 years.
erty .......................... . ......................
SW Li of SEta of section 31, twp 35 a, r 1 e,
of the muscles. When applied before the seat yosterday morning.
ing in Monroe Salisbury’s siring, made
J M McGrew to Axel Ols .vn ; 80 acres
dently expects het to redu*3e that mark be containing 40 acres.
The will of the late W. H. Atkinson of parts become swollen it will effect a cure
his present record of 2:09 in the second
SW1-4 olSWl-4, Sec 21, Twp 34 8.K 1 E. In
in tp 35 s, r 2 w...........................
fore this season expires.
in one-half the time usually required. H. Rowe of Willow Springs prec inct nave
Jackson Count}, Oregon, containing 40 acres,
heat ot the 2:14 class pace at Fort Wayne, Ashland was probated yesterday. He left For sale by all druggists.
in all 768.94 acres.
Tbe contractors at the government works
been visiting in Jacksonville.
Terms of sale: Cash in hand.
September 1st. He won the first and sec property valued at $40,000. which will be
Wm. Herriott, whose saw-mill in
L. C. Coleman, the Sun Franoisoo capital
ond heats in a:io, 2:09, dropped the next inherited by his wife.
GEO. R. NEIL,
Bellevue tract, Ashland....... _.... 1500 0C l,u06 men at work in a few days. Itisri-
Administrator of the estate of lewis Hees,
Eighteen cases of ladies’, gents’, misses’
two to Rowdy Boy and won the sixth.
Wm Myer to NS Buckner; loA 15,
week, has purchased Max Muller's mill at in the valley, returns home this week.
100 00 be put in operation, and gtngs of meu will
Myer add to Ashland............
Ella T., the grey Altamont mare, won and children’s shoes opened at Reames,
$2100. Messrs. Whiteman, Neathammer.
Primus Fasznacht of Gall’s creek, one of A L Carson to E T DeBord ; MW
be worked day and night. It appears to be
all her races al Independence, on August
I Bedford, Smith, Scott and others came up the pioneer miners ot southern Oregon, made
1 00 the intention of completing the canal at the
acres In twp 40 s, r 1 w....
31st making a pacing record of 2:13^ in lowest ever known for cash or produce.
yesterday for the purpose of hauling it to
E T DeBord to D M Leitzel; 160*
; earliest possible date, and it is expected
a second heat
She cut her record just
1500 00 ' that boats will pass through the «anal in tbe
The T imf . s office is where you can get the site of 'he conflagration, where it will
Mr. Wilhoit has returned from Arkansas
aCTes in twp 40 s, r 1 w
nine second* at tbe meeting. And just the neatest printing done at city prices.
socn be in operation. Mr. H.'s pluck and and taken possession of the land he pur Miunie and Thos Morine to Frank
■ fall Of 1895.
think—this was in the 3»o pace, too !
chased from J. B. Rodgers sometime ago.
Tryer; east half lots 1 and 2, blk
We have the best and most extensive stock energy are to be complimented.
A. M. Bailey, a well-known citizen of Eu- I
of job type and stationery south of Salem.
C. D. Gibson is no longer with the Meston-
gene, Oregon, says his wife has for years
Charley Fisher, youngest son of Mr. and
If von w%nt work that is pleasant and profitable»
M J Goldner to H S Sanford; q c d
be en’ troubled with chronic diarrhoea, and | nena
us you*' address iiunifMiiatelv. We teach men
J. Nunan is displaying one of the larg Mrs. Newman Fisher, was one of the few Dygert Co., having accepted a more remu
The following business has been trans
to 1-9 int in Shorty mining claim
and women bow to earn from 85.00 per day to
per year without having baa previous
acted in this court—Judge Neil presiding est and best stocks of general merchandise successful partic1 pants in a recent liter
. r •? she trie * Chamberlain’s Colic. Cholera and experience,
of St. Louis.
and furnish the employment at which
M F Clavin to H S Sanford; same
—since the last issue of the S emi -W eekly in southern Oregon and receiving new ary contest between the pupils of the pub
that amount. Nothing difficult to
.Diarrhcea .Remedy, which cured her sousd learn or make
C. H. Daley and wife of Tolo were in Ja< k-
requires much time Tl»e work
T imes :
eaiy, healthy, and honorable, and can be done dur
many thousands. His composition was sonville a few days since, accompanied by 1
I ing daytime or evenings, right in your own local
Estate of C. W. favlor. Will admitted beaten.
N. B. Crane of Poitlaud , who is paying
! ««.’•prised at. the prompt relief it »fiord», ity, where- er you live. The result of a few
to probate and Mary A. Taylor appointed
Circuit court adjourned until the 25th,
’ work often equate a week’« vmcs .
them a visit.
¡ 25 a od 56 cent bcti>ior eal” |,y a11 dr"«* hours
The Land of Promise
We have taught thousands of both «exes and all
executrix. Geo. Brown, S. B. Holmes when Judge Hanna will hear a few and although only 14 years of age he
Supt. Newbury was with us on Wednesday. > Is the mighty .west, the land that “tickledl
ages, and many have laid foundations that will
surely bring them riches. ¡Some of the smartest
and John Ashpole appraisers.
cases and close the term. No more work triumphed over quite a number of older His new residence in Phoenix is approaching with a hoe laughs a harvest;” the El Do- j
men in this country owe their success in life to
How's This /
completion and will be one of the neutest tn | rudo of the miner; the goal of the agricultur
Estate of W. H Atkinson. Will ad in such a short time was ever done in the competitors.
I *hc start given them While in our employ years
You, reader, may do as well; try it. You
WeotTerOne Hundred Dollars /-ewar I ■
Don’t forget that tne finest and cheapest that section.
mitted to probate and Eugenia L. Atkinson district.
al emigrant. While it teems with all the
cannot fail. No capital necessary. We fit you out
appointed executrix, E. V. Carter, Jas.
that is new, solid, and sure. ▲
J. P. Smith ot San Francisco, a scientist elements of wealth and prosperity, some of 1 Wiy cas-j of Catarrh that cannot be*^™
Reames, White & Co. received a large line of all kind of shoes, clothing, hats,
book brimful of advice is free to all. Helpyorr.
Thornton and D. R. Mills appraisers.
well known in California, is in southern , the fairest and most fruitful portions of it } tail's Catarrh Cure.
self by writing for if. to-day—not tomorrow.
shipment of bacon, hams, shoulders and
Oregon for his health, and made the T imes , bear a harvest of malaria reaped in its full- ,
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toh
1 Delays are mostly
Matl< their Regular Visit-
lard from Douglas county recently, are being sold by Reames, White & Co. a call recently.
This fall their stock is larger than ever be
ness by those unprotected by a medicinal 1
We, the a ndersigned have known F
Gen. H. B. Compson, Col. J. B. Eddy which they will sell cheaper than ever for
A. Weidner of Talent is in town. He in safeguard. No one seeking or dwelling In a 1 Cheney for th e last 15 years, and believe him
fore and is offered cheap for cash or pro
and I. A. Macrum, the board of railroad cash only.
duce only. Bring in your wheat, oats, forms us that the relict of the late W. Bee malarial locality is safe from the scourge perfectly hot orable in all business tran- I
together with Lydell
Harvest is over and the price of wheat
bacon, flour and eggs and patronize them, son is lying quite low and is not expected ■ without Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters. Emi sactions aud 1 lnancially able to carry out
Baker, their clerk, made Jackscnville a is low. It seems impossible that wheat
to survive long.
grants, bear this in mind. Commercial any obligation» made by their firm.
as they are here to stay. New goods re
visit yesterday, for the purpose of examin will go lower in the face of the short crops
travelers sojourning in malarious regions
West A Truax, wholesale druggists, Tole
t 'vecutrix’s Notice.
ceived every week.
ing the R. R. V. R. Supt. Fields, Master of wheat and corn on this coast and the
Jacksonville this week, accompanied by her j should carry a bottle of the Bitters in the do,'O.
Ernest Bross, exchange editor of the daughter, who has become a pupil <»t St. 1 traditional gripsack. Against the effects of
Walding, Kirnt tn A Marvin, wholesale
Mechanic Grondahl and Assistant Super middle west
M the catate of C. W. Taylor.
In the matter
Oregonian, and Mis. Anna P. Gore, a Mary’s Academy.
exposure, mental or bodily overwork , damp druggists, Toledo, O.
intendent Agler, representing the S P.
Robt. Hardman, who has a promising
NEBY «**'8*' THAT THE
Co., Dr. Macrum and Mr. Floydalsocame placer claim in Sardine creek precinct well-known teacher, and organist of Faith
s *»eon appointed by the
J. B. Rodgers, one of the Staunch Demo-
fallible defense. Constipation, rheumatism, acting directly upot 1 the blood and, mucous 17 undertiigned
Musan .cotuMy. Alreg'tu.
up on the succial train from Medford. The rigged up for operation, as well as cosy Presbyterian church, of Baltimore, Md., erate of Table Rock precinct, made us a
county court of Ja.
-eestttrix of che cátate
were married at that place lately. Mr. pleasant call on Tuesday, accompanied by biliousness, dyspepsia, nervousness and toes surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent sitting ir. probate, e.. wl.
railroad was thoroughly inspected and
premises to live in, offers them for sale at
W. Taylor, deceas
setd «state ace rs-
found to be in an excellent condition.
and Mrs. Bross will return to Portland one of his sons.
All person' indebted to
a reasonable figure.
quested to set*le the same
t f*ie estate wib
soon. The friends of Ernest, and they t Assessor Wooldridge and Geo. Hoffman,^ I
The health of J. W. Sowden of Albany,
present them to me at Saale
• vvasebers at-
are legion, join the T imes in wishing them his deputy, are in Jacksonville finishing
M. O. Warner, the expert piano tuner, which has been poor for sometime past,
x»ut the hist
a long life of unalloyed bliss and pros their work,which has never been excelled in I
is now at Rcseburg and will soon be in has improved »0 much that he is able to perity.
publication of this notice.
Highest of al’, in Leavening Power.—Latest IL S. Gov't Report
Dated Sept. 17,18tH.
the valley. Those who have anything to resume his duties as agent for the Singer
Jas. Drum left for California yesterday |
John G. Mauger, editor of the Sunbeam,
MARY A. TA Y
Executrix of the estate of C. W.
be done in his line will do well to await Sewing Machine Company.
Seligman, Mo., who named Grover Cleve
The T imes does not pretend to say that land for the presidency in Nov., 1882, H. Devlin will be In charge of bis store
his coming and be assured of good work
at reasonable prices. He wishes to cau because Horace Pelton is having his resi while he was Mayor of Buffalo,N. Y..is en while he is gone.
Mrs Dr. Aiken and daughter, who have
tion the public against alleged tuners who dence in Sam’s valley enlarged and beau thusiastic in his praise of Chamberlain's
represent that he has gone east and that tified that he intends springing a surprise Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy. He been paying southern Oregon a visit of
several weeks, leave for their home at
party on his many friends.
they are partners of his.
says -‘I have used it for the past 5 years and Fresno, Calif.,'to-morrow evening.
A. Throckmorton of Uniontown pre consider it the best pieparation of the kind
Wm. Ennis and wife recently arrived from
Where to ^o-
cinct has presented the T imes with the in tbe market. It is as staple as sugar
No belter house can be found in Borl laigest tomato we ever saw. It weighed and coffee in this section. It is an article Yaquina bay and have become residents of
Haviur located in Jacksonville, Is prepared to
and than the new Esmond hotel, con,
do work in his line erecting macbiuery. Using
ductad on the American or European plan | seven pounds when picked and was of a of merit and should be used in every house asthmr, and comes tot the benefit of his
up engines and general overhauling and re
with reasonable prices for al. Try it. line quality.. Who can beat it?
hold. For sale bv all druggists.
pairing ot plants Mw-mill, quat-tz-iBilla, etc.
FOA THE INDUSTRIOUS.
E. C. ALLEN & CO.,
C. F. LEWIS