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The baseball season will open soon.
Roads are really pretty good again.
Eastern Star Meeting.
There will be a meeting of Alpha
Chapter N<>. 1, O. E. S. on next Tues
day ovening, March 2d. A full at
tendance is desired, as there will be re
freshments and other important matters
to dispose of.
Having about completed my Gallery,
I wish to say that I am now prepared to
serve my patrons; and with improved fa
cilities guarantee work second to none.
I have been delayed greatly in finishing
pictures, by the confusion incident to
building, but hereafter pictures will be
C has . W. L ogan .
St rock Silver.
Saturday’s Sentinel says: Since the
excitement began Messrs. W. T. Moore,
and Charles Kearns, have discovered a
ledge of silver that promises to prove a
bonanza. A pan full of this rock shows
native silver in large quantities and some
people got so excite«! over the find List
Thursday that they went there after
eleven o’clock in the night to locate ex
Sale of Valuable Property.
To-morrow afternoon (Saturday, Feb.
27.) at 1 o'clock, a one-eighth interest in
the large tract or real estate in the cen
tral ¡»art of Ashland belonging to the es
tate of the late A. V. Gillette, will be
sold at public sale at the court house in
Jacksonville. It is the proverty of Geo.
\ and Hugh 11. Gillette, minor heirs of
the estate, and la sold by their guardian,
Mrs. M. L. Gillette.
Not a Desirable Mine.
One day last week an Ashland man
who had l>een prospering told his friends
that he had struck a go«xl lead, clear and
well define«!. It wasn’t golil or silver,
however, but a valuable mineral that
has not been hitherto discovered in this
region. Upon being pressed for further
intormation he finally said it was a clear,
clean lead of “lumbago." He will pro
bably find it difficult to prevail upon
anyone else to take an interest with him
in that mine.
Prosperous Mining Season.
The copious rains of the present season
have furnished an almost unprecedented
supply of water for the placer mines in
Southern Oregon, and more gold will be
taken from the ground than during any
season for many years past. W. J.
Plymale, of Jacksonville, who is well in
formed ini mining matters, gives it as his
opinion tljat the product from the mines
in this part of the state this year will not
be less than half a million Such a sum
of money added to the circulating medium
of this and neighboring counties will ease
up financial matters considerably.
All parties imlebted to Miller A Co.
on book account are requested to make
immediate payment to G. F. Billings,
An overcoat was found in the stage
read south of Ashland last Sunday by
The new sidewalk is a great improve Dani. Chapman, who reported it to the
T idings Tiie owner can recover it by
proving ownerslfip and paying for this
Numerous drummers in town thia notice.
C. W. Withrow is building a substan-
Red clover seed at Hunsaker A tial new barn on the brickyard property
near Ashland, which he bought of H.
A new lot of tin and granite ware at Fox, and will also put up a comfortable
brick dwelling sometime during the coin
District school meeting next Monday
Since the County Court established
the bounty on wild animals last year the
Jacksonville town election will occur
following scalps have been presented to
the County Clerk and destroyed: Pan
The C. A O. stages arrive early in the thers, 55; coyotes, 170; brown bear, 79;
wild cats, 132.
W. C. Daley was in town again thia
has returned to San
Ex-Governor Chadwick is visiting the
Gold Hill mines this week.
S. A. Greene and son, the gunsmiths,
have removed to Grant's Pass.
County Clerk Parker was visiting
friends in Ashland last Saturday.
M. and Mrs. P. W. Olwell, of Phoe
nix, were in Ashland Wednesday.
The adv. of the well known Blooming
ton (III.) nurseries appears in the T id
For wool sacks and twine, go to Wil ings this week, and orders will be re
ceived by the agent, Mr. Enger, for all
lard A Eubanks's.
kinds of trees, shrubbery and flowers, to
Some early potatoes are being planted i be delivered in the fall.
in Ashland thia week.
A portion of J. N. T. Miller’s farm
New supply of stylish hats received one-half mile from town has been Leased
this week at Blount's.
by C. W. Kahler and others anil men
Devileii ham, turkey, chicken and are now at woik fitting it up for a half-
mile race track to be used by patrons
tongue at Ii. A Hasty's.
front this place and surrounding country.
Kite flying is amusing the youthful —[Jacksonville Sentinel.
population here this week.
Patronize the merchants who adver
Some of the early peach trees are out tise. They are enterprising and wide
in full bloom in Ashland.
awake, buy such goods as are wanted
The school children had a holiday and anti realize that moderate profits and
ready sales make the best kind of a busi
picnic on Washington’« birthday.
ness. The mossbacks, fogies and dullar-
m. Drewes died at the enmity
county hog- pinchers can't “grasp the idea.”
pital last week, aged about 50 years.
About twelve hundred dollars has been i i
Al. Mayfield claim* to have discovered
by Jackson county as bounties on
some rich silver ore up on Rogue river.
the scalps of wild animals since the
The plow» have been busy lately, but county court established the bounty sys
there is still much land too wet to plow. tein. The county should be materially
Klamath county people will be send benefitted, and doubtless will be, by the
ing after flour as soon as the roads will I «lestruction of the costly predatory pests.
Tarrant A Co., who recently purchsed
Still groceries left which will be sold the Glendale saw mill property, are pre
below first cost by Caro Bros., in Rees- ! paring to manufacture lumber on a large
scale, and will make arrangements to
ship to various points along the railroad.
Jacob Wagner is setting out a number A. N. Peach, agent of Tarrant A Co.,
of both fruit and shade trees at the was in town Wednesday looking after
Just received at O. H. Blount's a fine
People who desire to travel cheap and
new line of tobaccos, cigars, notions, to take advantage of the existing low
passenger rates to the east, can do so by
The Prohibitionists have issue«! a call traveling over the Oregon Short Line.
for a county convention. See notice in That company has reduced the rates to
correspond with cut rates prevailing from
San Francisco while the present trans
The timbers for the new hall of the continental war lasts.
Knights of Pythias are all framed and '
The Prohibition Star, the only tem
ready for raising.
perance paper published in Oregon, will
Dull times are reported at all the towns be sent t« any address from now until
in the valley. Farmers ate too busy to after the June election upon receipt of
do any trading now.
The Star is published at
Ful-blo d Plymouth Rock eggs fori Salem and is the official paper for the
sale tn Ashland at 50cts. per dozen. Ap W. C. T. U. and the State Temperance
All iance. Sample copies free.
ply to Jacob Wagner.
Henry Lofftus intends to return to
Warner valley about the middle of March.
Mr. Beatty, of Medford, made the
T idings a pleasant call last Wednesday.
Mr. H. Casey is reported to be very
sick at his home on Neil creek, this pre
Miss Ruth Matthews, of Melford, has
been visiting Ashland friends within the
Judge Prim has been in town several
days this week, as one of the attorneys
in the water su;t.
Mr. W. J. Plymale, of Jacksonville,
was in Ashland Wednesday, having come
up on a business trip.
M. Mayer has his tailor shop in the
same building with the paint phop of H.
S. Evans for the present.
Constable Isaac Woolf and Attorney
W. R. Andrews, of Medford, were in
town Tuesday, on business.
Mrs. A. P. Talent has been patroniz
ing the warm sulphur springs in Ashland
recently, to the advantage of her health.
Ed. Kahler, of Phoenix, son of Dr.
Kahler, has gone to Tacoma, W. T., to
take a position in his uncle's drug store.
Mrs. G. M. Willard, who has been ill
for a long time, was able to ride out last
Munday for the first time since taken
Geo. Dunn came up from Eugene List
Saturday morning as a witness in the
water suit. He returned on Sunday
Messrs. J. M. Walsh and H. T. Brag-
don go to Portland thia week on busi
ness connected with the development of
their mining property.
Messrs. Gilman it Stevens, of the
Portland real estate firm of Gilman &
Co., were in Ashland last Saturday, and
made the T idings a pleasant call.
Mr. C. S. Enger, who is representing
the Bloomington, Ill., nurseries, started
for Linkville Wednesday morning, to do
some business in Klamath county.
W. A. Wilshire, Esq., will start for
Like county within a week or two, in
tending to settle permanently at Like-
view for the practice of his profession.
For the past few weeks it has been
generally known throughout the county
that negotiations were on foot looking to
this desirable end, and much inquiry has
been made as to the probable result. All
such actions are answered by the action
of the Board on last Monday. Proposi
tions had been previously prepared and
submitted, and the Board took them tip
on meeting this week.
Mr. Bourne proffered to donate to th ?
county any one of three blocks of land
numbered respectfully 14, 15, and 10 and
$500 in cash to pay half of the court
expenses of the injuction suit, on con
dition that the county withdraw the
answer filed by the Board, ami that the
court should locate the court house on
any of the three above mentioned blocks.
Mr. Abraham proffered to pay the coun
ty $1,250 cash if they saw fit to accept
the pro|x)sition of Mr. Bourne, and of
course the county to refund or rather to
deduct from this sum the advances Mr.
Abraham had made in defending the
suit. These propositions were each, as
every one must admit, very magnani
motis on the part of Mr. Bourne ami Mr.
Abraham, and the court has shown its
good sense, and its interest in the peoples’
welfare by its prompt adoption of the
After looking over the proposed
ground the Commissioners locate«! block
15 as the site tor the court house ami
county buildings. After paying the ex
penses of the suit there will be a nice
surplus in the hands of the court as a
court house fund. It is understood that
the persons who subscribed to this fund
last spring before the election have u gen-
erally expressed their readiness to pay
their subscriptions, and thus start the
“ball a rolling' for a new court house at
an early day.
Plans and specifications have been pre
sented to the County Board for the build
ing and they have been adopted by that
honorable body. Next week the Couri
er will probably publish the proposals
for bids for the erection of said building,
........ ........ on
that temple of justice, the location of
which has so long been a question.
The Ghost btory.
A ghost story in these times is some
thing of a rarity, ami not to be passed by
without due consideration by newspaper
reporters. The spook of the county jail,
mentioned recently by the Sentinel,
should be written up in full. We have
only a meagre report of his doings, but
will give that for the public benefit. The
spirit is supposed to be that of a Chinaman
who hanged himself in the jail several
years ago, ami is trying to induce some
body to send his bones to China Several
persons has been disturbed in the past
by strange noises and other spiritual
manifestations, and one man recently
discharged complained that the pestifer
ous ghost came and slappetl his face one
cold and dismal night. Since the watch
was put upon the condemned murderer,
O'Neil, the ghost has lieeti rampant, and
in one particular cell of the jail lias been
playing such pranks ;is only spirits are
supposed to take delight in. lhe cell
h.is not been occupietl of late, except by
the ghost, but at night strange noises are
heard there, the furniture has been mov-
ed about, etc. The night watch reported
this to the sheriff, and one evening the
latter had the room put in apple pie
order, and bed nicely made up, and then
locked the cell and carried off the keys in
his pocket. Next morning the room was
fouml to be in disorder. The bed cloth
ing had been tumbled about, the pitcher
moved from the waahstand'Mo the bed,
looking-glass turned face to the wall, etc.,
etc. That’s all we know about it, and
we can only say that if this will add to
the terror of the jail and restrain evil
doers from trespassing against the state
statutes, the ghost may be considereil a
Weekly Weather Record
HERE AM) THERE.
IGrant's Pass Courier Feb. 19.J
Woolen mill will start next Monday.
A telegraph office has been opened at
The Josephine Court House.
LANDERS—In Ashland, February 24, 1886. to
Mr and Mrs Geo B Lauders, a sou.
Progressive euchre is raging iti Rose
Roseburg people have subscribed $200 '
for a public library.
PILOT ROCK ENCAMPMENT NO 16, IOO F.
Tii»> fancy poultry show is in progress I ■ Meets in Odd Fellows’s Hall every 2d and 4th
I Monday iu each month. Members in good
in Portland this week.
standing cordially invited to attend.
The Klamath river miners are prepar
ing for another season’s work.
Robt. Taylor, Scribe.
E. J. F arlow , C. P.
HOPE REBECCA DEGREE LODGE NO. 14.
Following is the weather record of the
U. S. signal service office in Ashland for
the week ending Thursday evening,
Highest 1 Lowest.
The Journal reports some recent dis
Meets on the 2d and 4th Tuesday In each
coveries of rich quartz in Siskiyou coun- > month in Odd Fellows's Hall. Ashland.
M rs . M. F. C asey , N. G.
J. K- Helman, Sec’y.
C. S. Lainb, of Pendleton, has been
Total precipitation.......... 0.00
appointed traveling agent for th« Oregon
F. N ewman , Signal Service.
State Board of Immigration.
M. E. CiirncH — Regular services every Sun
The Oregon Pacific has promised Sa 9:30. Rev. W. «;. Simpson will preach at Med
Confined to the bed four months, and al
lem to iron and operate a branch road to ford on the 3d Sunday in each mouth.
most blind, and cured by one box of Gil
that city if the people will giacj^ and
P resbyterian C hurch .—Preaching moru- more's Neuralgia Cure. For sa.e at the City
ing aud evening st the usual time. Sunday drug store.
School at 9:30 a m .
Rev. J. V. Milligan, pastor.
It is stated that the chances aro most I
excellent for the fish canneries in Ore
B aptist C hurch .—Preaching at Ashland
gon not opening business this season, morning and evening every Sunday except the
first in each month. Preac'liing at Medford on
owing to the Chinese agitation.
the first Sunday in each month.
Rev. A M. Russell, pastor.
A Portland paper says the merchants
are taking advantage of the reduction in
Wild Cherry and Tar.
transcontinental freight rates, but the
Every body knows the virtues of Wild
passenger business has not materially in Cherrv and Tar as a relief and cure for any
affections of the throat and lungs, com
bined with these two ingredients are a few
Frank Hedges, an Oregon City young simple healing remedies in the composi
man, fell into the canal at that place tion of Dr. Bosanko’s Cough and Lung
while in an epileptic fit last Monday and Syrup, making it just the remedy for hard
Price 60 cents and fl. Samples
was drowned before assistance could times.
free. Sold by J H Chitwood & Sous.
Ruby Excelsior and Heail Light oil for
It is estimated that there are metre
than 1500 Chinese in Siskiyou county, sale at Reeser’s cheap for cash.
Cal., many of whom are engaged in w<>ik-
Persons ordering packages from the
ing mines that white men would consider East will save time and money by calling
too poor to pay.
at the express office for shipping instruc
Joseph Conroy, of Benton, Mon tion stickers.
tana, has purchased about 2,0 0 head of
Rev. E. J. Whitney of Clarkson, N. Y., brvh
yearlings and two-year old cattle in the Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine for female weak
Willamette Valley recently, which he ness. stands without a rival. For sale at
the City drug store.
proposes taking to Montana.
Rev. H B. Errell.of Pavilion. N. Y., says
Another cave occured in tunnel No. 10 of Gilmore's Aromatic Wine: “1 believe it
above Delta yesterday, says the Red Bluff to be a most desirable remedy to be placed
Cause of 17th, by which two men, a white in every family.” For sale at the City drug
man and a Chinaman, sustained several store.
injuries. The Chinaman had a leg brok
For A No. 1 butter go to J. D. Foun
en, and the other man was badly bruised. tain’s.
He keeps the best in the
Commencing with the first week in
Marcli, the North Pacific Rural Sprit
You can get those canned meats you
will be enlarged to twenty pages. There were asking for at Burckhalter A
is not a weekly journal in the Northwest Hasty's.
that has improve«! as much as the Rural
Spirit has in the past year.
“Water B ur *. Itoache».“
"Rough on Rats“ clears them out, also beet
Apropos of the cut in overland rail
road fares, a Willamette exchange re- les. unts.
warks: Young man, if you have a little
If vou are losing your grip on life, try
stake < ut here in Oregon and a little girl “Wells’ Health Kenewer.“ Goes direct to
east of the Mississippi river, n<>w is the weak spots.
“Kongli on Piles.”
time to make a trip towards the rising
Cures piles or hemorrhoids, itching, protrud
ing. bleeding, internal or other, internal and
George Pomeroy, aged 19 years, was
diowned in the Sixes river in Currv
county, and it was twenty days before
the body was recovered. He was under
the influence of liquor when he attempted
to f<>rd the stream and probably fell off
external remedy in each package. Sure cure,
Ladies who woul 1 retain freshness and jri-
vacity. Don't fail to try •Wells' Health Re-
Itougli on Itch.
“Rough on Itch” cures humors, eruptions
NEW THIS WEEK.
PROHIBITION COUNTY CONVENTION
The county convention of the Prohibition
Party is hereby « ailed to meet al Medford on
Thursday. March 25th. IMG, at 11 o'clock * M,
for the purpose of nominating a county ticket
to be voted for at the coniine June election,
and to elect 8 delegates to the state convention
to be held at Salem March 31. and the pre
cincts are invited to send the following num
ber of delegates:
.11 Little Butte..........
. 2 Manzanita................... 4
. 1 Medford........................ 3
. 1 Pleasant creek............ 1
4 Rock Point.................. 2
1 Sterlitigville............... 1
________ • 1 Table Rock................. 3
Jacksonville............... 6'Willow Springs........... 1
The Prohibitionists of each precinct are re-
quested to meet at their respective voting
place» on Saturday. March 20tn, at 1 o’clock,
and elect delegates to the county convention
at alaivc and make nominations for precinct
J. E. H oustok ,
Chairman county central committee.
Final Proof Notice.
L and O ffice
R oseburg , O begox . |
February 23, 1886.1
Notice is hereby Riven that the following-
named settler lias filed notice of his intentiou
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof w ill be made before the clerk
of Jaekson county at Jacksonville, on Satur
day. April 10th, 1886. viz; Frank J. Elliot, pre
emption 1> s No 4661 for the 8 % of 8 W *4 sec
tion ’>. N W ‘4 of N W % section 8, and N E *4
of N E >4 section 7. tp 39. 8 R 1 W.
He names the follow iug w itnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, aud cultiva
tion of. said land, viz:
Jos Robinson. L Snider. 8 M Robinson. Geo
Bryncr, all of Talent. Jaekson county. Oregon.
W m . F. B enjamin , Register.
These old Established aud reliable Nurseries
will be represented in Southern Oregon during
the coming three months by
C. S. ENGER,
Who will call upon the citizens to receive or
ders for all the standard varieties of
ringworm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted feet, « hill
Mr. A. N. Peach, representing the
Glendale lumbering firm of Tarrant A
Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees,
David Carrick, of Yreka, who was se-
Kougli on Catarrh.
James Thornton’s residence property I
Messrs. J. S. Howard, David H. Co., lias been in town this week, mak
siously woiiuded by an insane Chinaman
Corrects offensive odors ut once. Complete
Shrubs, Plants and Flowers.
of worst chronic cases, also unequaled as
in San Quent’n prison, will probably re cure
B. F. Myer astonished the T idings on Main street has been improved by a Miller and one or two other gentlemen «>f ing arraiigments for the introduction of
gargle for dlphthena, sore throat, foul breath.
Medford have located extensions upon
cover from the wounds, ami has been 50c.
last Thursday, February 18th, by
pardoned by Gov. Stoneman. He was
bringing in a bunch of early vegetables
“Itougli on Rats.**
Considerable sickness among the little the quartz ledge on Rogue river in which
Chas. L. Kelsey. Esq., of Portland, a
serving a life sentence for conuection
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants,
just gathered in his garden in town. folks in town during the past two weeks, the rich pocket was found last week. relative of G. W. Wilshire of this place,
Hope they will all find more pockets of was in town last week, on a business
with a homicide in Siskiyou.
The lot comprised new potatoes, lettuce m the way of bad colds, etc.
Heart I*ai> a
the same kind, or, better still a big visit. Mr. Kelsey is connected with
and onions Thin will seem like a pretty
The Dennis property, on Granite street, backbone lead as rich as the pockets
springy story to some of our Eastern
indigestion, headache, sleeplessness cured by
some large land speculations in the
that have been discovered.
readers, but it is true, nevertheless.
ously wounded Geo. W. Philbrick. The
The vegetables grew in Mr. Myer’s garden
latter brought suit in the State Circuit
Some of the Ashland merchants will
Ask for Wells' “Rough on corns.' 15 cents.
Mr. Will B. Rice, general freight and
without apy protection or forcing what
A son of County Clerk Parker frac make the experiment of shipping heavy
Court against Smith for $10,000 damages, Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corus,
ever. Thè potatoes were about an inch tured his arm by falling from a swing in goods from San Francisco via Yaquina passenger agent of the Oregon Pacific
aud the jury last Tuesday rendered a warts, bunions.
in di mieter—hardly big enough for table Jacksonville one day last week.
verdict in favor of plaintiff for $5000.
bay and the Oregon Pacific railroad, hav business for his company.
Qrick, complete cure, all kidney, bladder
use, but plenty large enough for this
The smoke of clearing fires is to be ing been shown by the general freight but a short stay here, leaving for Jack
Fifty-four Chinese residents of Ore and urinary diseases, scalding, irritation, stone,
item. This was the week of big snow
gravel, catarrh of the bladder. 41, druggist-.
seen on all sides of Ashland. The fruit agent of the O. P. that they could thus sonville Tuesday afternoon.
City were placed upon a steamer I
storms and zero weather in Vermont, too.
save several dollars per ton upon some
acreage is being steadily increased.
shortly after midnight Feb. 22d, and
Three Jackson county boys, George
Flies, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats. mice,
kinds of freight. The steamer makes
sent to Portland. There was no fuss, gophers, chipmunks, cleared out by “Rough
Two large brick buildings for business trips from San Francisco every ten days. Dunn, Frank Huffer and Will Gore, will
Meeting of Prohibition Club.
and the vigilantes conducted their work on rats.” 15c.
The first public meeting of the Ash- i
so quietly that very few people in the
C. D. Failing, formerly train master of commencement day, and it is whispered
“Wells’ Health Rcnewer” restores health and
land Prohibition Club since its organiza Ashland during the coming season.
town kn?w of it till the next day. The vigor, cures dyspepsia, inipoteuce. sexual de
tion was held at Myer’s hall Wednesday
It takes about one-fourth of all the the O. A C. R. R., has deserted his wife that Jackson county will carry off the
Chinese made no resistance whatever, it bility. 41.
evening, and a go» d audience was pres taxes collected for county purposes to and decamped with some $15,000, nearly places >>f honor in the class, too.
“Rough «»•» Pain.”
half of which belonged to his wife,though I
ent. Rev. M. G. Royal was announced pay the interest on the county debt.
Cutes cholera, colic, cramps, diarrha-a.
sprains, headache, neuralgia,
invested in his name. Infatuation fora lady I spending a week or more at the Soda
as t' e chief speaker of the evening, and
Says the Yreka Journal of last Satur rheumatism. 20c.
State Temperance Alliance.
Rough on pain plasters. 15c.
made a straight Prohibition speech, as
day: Yreka has been crowded with
serting his belief that prohibition is the in the Southern part of town is offered on the railroad caused him to neglect his which he reports much improved by the
tramps this week from the railroad, many
If you arc failing, broken, worn out and ner
met at Eugene last week, and among
paramount question before the people, for sale. See advertisement in an other official duties and led to his discharge by use of the water there. The iron and
of them begging for a meal of victuals. vous! use “Wells' Health Rencwer." 41. Drug
the railroad company, after which he left other tonic properties of the water of other business, elected the following of We are informed that they wj»re given gists.
and that its only solution is through in column.
ficers: G. M. Miller, President; T. J.
dependent political action. Mr. Royal
O. Coolidge, of the Ashland Nurseries, his family, as stated.
these springs proved to be just what Wilson, Z. T. Wright and Mrs. Dr. employment at railroad in preference to
Chinese, receiving $1.50 a day and board, When Baby was sick we pave her
was followed by Samuel Colver, of Phoe makes a good offer to those who want
Those of our merchants who desire to his system needed.
Adair, Vice President; J. E. Houston,
and not satisfie«! struck for $2 a day,
nix, who made one of his characteristic cheap fruit trees. He want* to clear his reap the full benefit of the present low
When she was a Child she cried for
H. F. Phillips, of Seattle, formerly a Secretary.
speeches, pungent and vigorous, distrib nursery land.
fneght rates that prevail as a result of resident and well known businessman of
Among the resolutions passed were the
Chinamen could be secured f«r half the When she became a Miss she clung to
uting Ins heavy hits impartially upon all
the existing transcontinental fight, can this place, arrived here last Friday niorn- following in effect:
money, and board themselves.
parties and all classes, except the prohi
Party desiring to dispose of laud situat 'd
do so to the fullest extent by simply or
That special efforts be made to procure
When she had children she gave them
within five mile» of Ashland, or near any Rail
bitionists. J. E. Houston, President of brick yard property of C. W. Withrow dering their goods shipped over the Un ( ing direct from the Sound, having in Iris
road town in Hou'hern Oregon, «‘an exchange
Another horse race will take place at
sufficient fundsfor the efficient prosecution
the club, also made a brief and pointed and uoiiig into the manufacture of brick ion Pacific and Oregon Short Line. We ! pocket a pass issued by the military au of the Astoria test case of the Ready law- the Yreka track on Saturday, March
for choice Port land or East Portland property
speech. The choir furnished choice music.
are assured by officials of this line that
20th. It will be a single dash of one
before the Supreme Court.
GILLMAN 4 CO..
Wm. Willis has some good specimens they will apply cut rates on shipments ' . right to come and go back when he
No. 42 Front street, Portland, Or.
That high license is only a step back mile for a purse of 8150, with $20 en
A Singular Compromise.
Piles are frequently precede«! by a sense 10-36-1 ml
of silver ore from a ledge which he dis thus ordered.
j the killing of the men in Seattle by the ward and that it is the bulwark of the trance fee added; free for all. Five of weight in the back, loins and lower part
An Ashland man loaned one of his covered many lears ago. He doesn't say
of the abdomen, causing the patient to
Large quantities of both potatoes and militia will last a long time, and will
horses to his son. The latter, who has a where the ledge is located.
onions have been shipped to Jackson cause estrangement of friends and neigh
weakness for the ardent, went on a spree
vote for any candidate who w ill not pub Tolman; Jubilee, by J"g. Stephens; neys or neighboring organs. At times,
and “swapped horses" with a livery man
In the best part of Ashland, consisting of 25
licly pledge himself to work for the sub Mark Daley, by C. D. Boyden, and Min symptoms of indigestion are present, flatu acres
of good land, two houses, two barns.
lency. uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A
down the valley, taking $30 Wot. He ing in his placer claim on Wagner creek thus is added an unnecessary drain upon I
moisture, like perspiration, producing a f;ood orchard. Also three five-acre lots, good
It is a good rule to accept only such
then playeil cards with the livery man I this season, reports that he has made the county to the large outlay of cash re-
j very fair wages at his work.
«piired to pay for the clothing, groceries, . medicines as, after long trial, have hereby express our hearty sympathy racer just brought up from Sacramento. very disagreeable itching, after getting
anil his |>artner and lost the thirty dol
A large number of horses are being bleeding, an«! itching piles yield at on««e
lars The father step|>cd in and replev-
M essrs. Walker and Anderson, of Med- manufactured goods and luxuries of proved worthy of confidence. This is a
It was resolved to work for the submis
inert the anima), and the case came up . fold precinct, have a quartz claim on various kinds which we are compelled to ' case where other people's experience sion of the prohibitory amendment at a shipped from Linn county to California to the application of Dr. Btjsauko's Pile CHOICE FARM FOR SALE.
at present. It is state«! that patties are Remedy, which acts directly upou the parts
in Justice Eultanks’s court in Ashland. Applegate which furnishes very encour
now on their way here from Kansas to affected, absorbing the tumors, allaying Best Location in Rttgiie River
experience of thousands that Ayer’s
Just how it would have terminated if aging prospec’s in free gold.
buy horses. It is not the half breed the intense itching, and effecting a perma
left to the lawyers and courts, is, and
A large amount of improvement has
nent cure Price 60 cents. Address, the
The Fruit Growers Association of
Webfoot Maple Syrup,
consequence of the il
proWbly will always remain, a matter of
Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua. O. Sold health of his wife, is in
Southern Oregon will hold a meeting at been made upon the land on Wright's ;
compelled to seek a drier
after, but heavy draught horses. Among by J II Chitwood & Son.
conjecture, for the case was settled upon
climate, aud therefor offers for sale his farm
Not Symptoms, but the Disi'aM*.
of ‘is acres adjacent to the Town of Talent.
a novel plan. The father of the erring the town hall in Jacksonville to-morrow the valley at W. C. Myer's place just
Democrat that he recently tapped three the lot they want fifty mares weighing
The place Is in a high state of cultivation, con
son propose«! that if his son and tlie two
or four maple trees on his farm, getting
north of Ashland. Messrs. C. W. With
tains a good house and barn, about 500 fruit
livery men would each obligate them
trees, goal water, etc. Will also sell horses,
Youle A G’lroy are putting up a com row, J. M. Pollard, J. B. R. Hutchings ' healing art, that to remove the disease, not
wagons, cattle, hogs, a full outfit of farming
selves by oath Wfore the court not to modious building near their planing mill, anti B. F. Wagner each have claims < to alleviate its symptoms, should be the maple syrup of a tine grade. In fact he
implementsand household furniture. Term-
— AT THE —
touch alcholic liquor of any kind for on») for use as a warehouse, which they find upon which considerable land has been chief aim of medication. Yet in how many considers it superior to syrup made from strike the country just about the time
The farm w ill be sold alone, if desired. Ad
year he would pay half the costs and have to be demanded by their growing busi cleared, and all are making for them instances do we see this truth lulniitted in eastern sugar. Oregon is full of maple farmers are doing their spring work they
G. F. PENNEBAKER.
ignored in practice. The reason trees, and there is no reason why they j will probably have to pay pretty’ roundly
the case dismissed, the livery men to ness.
selves comfortable homes and valuable theory,
Talent, Oregon. Feb. 5, 1*86.
keep the animal. This was agreed ii|>on;
cessful in so many cases, with which rem shoukl not be utilized for making sugar.
Improvements will be more numerous
the three men each took the oath and
previously tried were inadequate to A Washington county man made 3,090
Choice Farms for Sale.
Messrs. A. P. and Albert Hammond edies
the case ended—to the great disgust of in Ashland this season than last. Build
cope, is attributable to the fact that it is a pounds last year, and there is no reason
mediciue which reaches and removes the why some Linn county men should not
the lawyersJ How sacredly the men will ings contemplated in the business center
Narcotics and sedatives produce un
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
regard this oath taken under all the will add greatly to the ap;>earance of the on their land south of town, and Mr. causes of the various maladies to which it do the same. There would be a big and natural stupor, which rs soon followed by All kinds of Lumber and Bill stuff furnished to salu a No. 1 grain farm, containing 204
is adapted. Indigestion, fever and ague,
formality of the law, remains to be seen.
ready sale of maple sugar at good prices. ill effects. Simmons Liver Regulator re
acres of tillable land situated on the stage
order and delivered iu town when desired.
that of A. E. Hammond, has set out liver complaint, gout, rheumatism, disor
road, six miles east of Jacksonville. Place
An old pioneer wants to know who five hundred trees this spring. Those der of the liowels. urinary affections and The cost of trying it would be but little. moves the zause of restlessness and
is well improved; good well of water for
Price» to suit the Timet».
maladies are not palliated merely, but
The Rich Gohl Finds.
was the first white male child born in gentlemen have put their land in excel other
house use and living stream for stock.
routed out by it. It goes to the fountain head.
City Council Meeting.
quieting the nerves. Try it, and y<»n
Also 215 acres lying within half a mile of
Call on me before purchasing else
Prospectors were excited last week by Jackson county—whether it was Frank lent condition by loosening it to an un' It Is really, not nominally, a radical remedy,
The City Council held a meeting last will know the blessing of good health
where. / will not be undersold by any Phoenix, all under fence, county road on
the report of a rich fin«l being made near Rogers, Walter Gore or James McCully. usual depth with a subsoil plow, and do vigor which is its best protection against dis
two sides: can at small expense be put in
Saturday evening at which two ordi and sound sleep.
the siMit where the famous Gold Hill Who can tell?
not intend to irrigate the trees at all un ease.
cultivation. For particulars call on or ad
strike of years ago w:is made. T wo uien.
John M. Taylor has leased W. H. less an extraordinary spell of dry weath
T«> the Ladins!
duties of the street commissioner and pepsia and loss of sleep. Now I take a SLAB WOOD FOR SALE AT LOW-
On my 204 acre farm there is one hundred
named O’Donnell and Ray, who have Shepherd's place at the first crossing of er late in the season should make it ad
acres of grain and hay growing, that 1 will
dose of Simmons Liver Regulator and
— EST RATES. —
been prospecting on Rogtie river, near Emigrant creek, and Mr. Shepherd has visable.
Cotne ami see our stock of ladies un the other, a special ordinance, perinttiug
sell with the farm. If desired, can give pos
the removal of a wooden building from sleep all night.—Mis. R. Bryant, Gris- UflL. Onlers by mail will receive prompt at session at any time.
the okl Hays A Magruder mine, ran moved with his family to his mines in
The interest on the county debt now derwear, infant's robes and cloaks; also one lot within the fire limits to another. i woldville, Ga.”
across a "deposit” of <lecaye«l quartz on the Siskiyous.
JOHN 8. HERRIN, Ashland. Or.
outstanding in scrip must amount to
Bills tn the amount of $21.75 were al
the opposite side of Rogue river from
A few street drains and ditches to car over $7.000 a year, and to meet this it
An anti-Chinese meeting was held at
lowed. The salary of the night watch
the ol«l Gold Hill mine, and found it to
requires the income from the twenty large stock of hosiery always on hand.
the court house in Yreka last Saturday,
>»e so rich that they ¡xmnded out over ry off the surface water in the more level
G illette S isters .
null tax on about 8373,000 of the as
month, and it was ordered that here at which J. 8. Beard was elected chair
$5,000 with a |>estle and mortar in three parts of town should be insisted upon
sessed property valuation of the county.
H. A D.’s.
after, until further orders, no street man, and Herman Scheid, N. Hawkins
days. They pn>ceede«l to dig out con
Has re-opened the
— AND —
But ovt of this big, twenty-mill tax only-
lamps be lighted outside of the limits of and Robert Nixon, secretaries. Reso
siderable quartz, but as to just how big weather begins.
Estray. Shepherd Dog.
twelve and three-tenths mills are appli
lutions were adopted favoring the modi
the business part of town.
a fortune they have found, they
The evening meetings at the Presby cable t«» “county purposes," the other
fication of the existing Chinese treaty in
I will pay a liberal reward for the re
have as yet no idea. The discov I terian Church have continued this week being set aside for state and school pur i
such manner as to exclude all Chinese
A Case not Beyond Help.
ery w not upon a le«lge of quartz, und»*r direction of Revs. Milligan and poses, hence the tax from about $575,000 turn of a black and tan collie shepherd
from the United States, except those ASHLAND,
At the old stand, cast »ide of Maio 8t.
but the proprietors were at work sink Bivkenbach. They will end with this of the county property is required to slut, strayed from Ashland on Jan. 27th,
Dr. M. H. Hansdale, Keuiee, Ill., ad
ing a shaft at a point about forty feet evening’s services.
To old friend» and patrons, and the public neu
vises us of a remarkable cure of Con
M. G. ROYAL, A. M»,
meet the interest upon the big debt at 8 to her recovery. A lex . M ackintosh .
gratulating the people of Truckee upon
trally. he would announce that he is prs-
from their rich «leposit, ami it is believ-
sumption. He says:
“A neighbor's their success in getting rid of the Chinese
P rssidsmt .
pared to do all work in his Hue in good «iyle
ed they have discovered a solid ledge
wife was attacked with violent lung dis wi’hotit violation of law, and requesting
u»ing the best material. He is in favor of
The rifle and clothing advertised last
there. Whether or not it will be fouml
ease, and pronounced beyond help from
the board of su|>ervis<>rs <>f Siakiy»>u
Past un* to Let.
------ THREE COURSES OF STU0Y.
rich in gold, like the mass of decompos lie had purchased somewhere, and will week as found near Ashland have been
Quick Consumption. As a last result the
Good pasture to let on the Hargadine family was persuaded to try D r . W m . c<>unty t> select as delegates to the com
1st. The State Normal Course.
ed quartz, remainds to be seen. It is no doubt place upon the track during claimed by the owners. The rifle be
2d. The Commercial course
longed to J. B. R Hutchings, and was and Bauers places near Ashland at lowest H all ’ s B alsam for the L vngs . T o ing anti-Chinese convention at Sacra
estimated by gentlemen who have visited the coming season.
Assured by the liberal patronage of tlic pan
I mento representative men
wh • will de
3d. The College Preparatory.
the scene of the strike that the lucky I
the astonishment of all, by the time she nounce any move toward vi leiice. The
that honert work is appreciated, he will en
The members of the legal fraternity the one advertised by him a month or terms. Will also winter stock.
again to merit public favor.
pros|>eet<>rs h ive eorralled not less than from Jacksonville who are engaged in
had used one half dozen bottles she was sentiment of the meeting was strongly
varies, according to studies pursued,
J ohn R eal .
820,000 in th«- bunch of decomposed the water suit came up t » Ashland again man wh<> had been employed by him.
about the house doing her own work.” against any attempt to use f< rce or coer Tuition
from 46 to 412 per term
All Work Promptly Done.
quartz, aud it is not improbable that last Tuesday evening, to take further The clothing had been taken from the Ashland, Or., July 30, 1885.
cion upon the Chinese.
clothes line in the back yard of Mrs. E.
they will clear lip several times that sum. i testimony m the case.
and see me.
Ashland Public Schools.
Board can be obtained at the College Boarding
Rooms for Rent.
L. Applegate. The things were found
About the same time as the finding of
Hall, or in private families, at 41 per week.
The whole number of pupils enrolled i i
Chance for a gardener—Four acres of hidden in an eld brush fence up on the
the altove, two or three other proepe«:tor3
A plesant parlor and lodging rooms for
For catalogue or further particulars, ap u. F
ply to th»' President.
discovered a small ledge of rich quartz
rent, furnished, in choice location near
about 50 yards from the discovery of cheap. L»»ts of fruit and water—good it not improbable that the man who business part of town. For particulars
during any one month was 373; largest h«>UHehold. Economy, the watch word for
O'Donnell A Kay. The vein is but six house of three rooms, out-buildings, etc. placed them there, who was cranky, it inquire at the T iding office.
mothers, head off doctor bills by always
not crazy, went up into the mountains i
or eight inches wide, but sh«>ws a large Enquire at Logan's Gallery.
keeping in the house a bottle of Dr. Bo-
somewhere in that neighhoihood aud ! Give your children, for coughs and twills, was 302; greatest number recorded in < sanko’s Cough and Lung Syrup. Stops a
amount of free gold.
perished from ex;xisure. Soni» search croup, wlioopiug cough and hoarseness,
Ruiuots have reached us “f
I cough instantly, relieves consumption,
spring clothing will arrive next week. has beer\ made for him, but without I Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir. For sale at room.
cures croup and pain in the chest in one
the City drug store.
night. It is just the remedy for hard times.
Good quality goods, handsome patterns success.
and elegant cuts; tit guaranteed. All
Excitement in Texas.
Hackmetack—a lasting and fragrant
by J H Chitwoxl A Son.
“X AV"ill furnish and lay either round or
Are you made miserable by
sales strictly cash, at lowest prices.
perfume. Prince 25 and 50 cents. For
J. E. HOUSTON, Propr.
V V square timber logs at the lowest price».
tion, Constipation, dizziness, Logs of sale by J. H. Chitwood A Son.
vicinity of Pans, Tex., by the remarkable
in a manner guaranteed to give permanent
The old dispute between the farmer Apj»etite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh’s Vital-
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla is the best me«li- The largest and best regulated hotel in South an»l
Has had long experience in tlie
recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so
and miller over toll and ¡»erquisite.-« is izer is a |K<sitive cure. For sale at J H i
Safe insurance of all kinds at lowest helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise cine for every one in the spring, Emi-
ern Oregon. The table» are always supplied burines«, and laid the pipes for the O. A; C. K.
with the very best in the market.
»»etween Roseburg and Ashland.
beingA£arried on in the Klamath county Clritwoo«] A Son's.
rates. O. F. Billings.
his head; everybody said he was dying of grants and travelers will find it an effec
paper, with animation and vigor, both
consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. Kind's tual cure for tlie eruptions, boils, pim
Headquarters, Youle & Gilroy's Planing Mill
Every kind of job printing done at the New Discovery was sent him. Fimliiu» re ples, eczemas, etc., that break out on the
A nasal injector free with each bottle
on the part «if the “farmer" and miller.
4100. 41.25 and 41.50 per day.
Scott Valley honey, in comb or ex
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 T idings office iu the best style and at lief, he bought a large hottie and a box of skin—the effects of disorders in the
O^^Residence near lhe town pump on Oak st.
Dr. King's Life Pills: by the time he had
Order blanks for Eagle Mills at Clay cents. For sale at Chitwood's.
trade«!, very tine! at Hunsaker A
blo<>d, caused by sea diet and life on
ton A Gore’s, Hunsaker & Dodge s, or at
Willis L. Culver of Pavilion. N. Y.. says
Ladies, is life and health worth preserv the Discovery, he was well and had gained board ship.
office »f G. F. Billings. Orders left that Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir cure«! him ing? If you think so, use Gilmore's Aro- in flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial bottles« of
Impotency in man or woman cured by
Nature's own remedy, Oregon Kidney
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Gilmore's Aromatic Wine, For sale at at these places will receive prompt atten- of a long standing throat and lung trouble. , mu tic Wine. For sale at the City drug this Great Discovery for consumption free
Free Coach in waiting st every trsin. [10-21
agle M ill ^.
the City drug store.
THE LAST TRUMP!
For the neit 60 Days.
1 will sell trees cheaper
than any man, or any set of
men, ever dreamed of selling
in Jackson County.
If you want to buy trees,
come and see me. Now is
the time. This is the last
call, and fair warning.
Prop’r. Ashland Nurseries.
MESSENGER SAW MILL
ASHLAND BOOT i SHOK Store
Wear Good BootslPay for Them.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS Wooden W ater Pipe I