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SATURDAY MORNING, JAN.
i BYBEE—Near Jacksonville, January 24th, 1S71,
| to the wile of Wm. Bybee, a daughter.
. Etc., Etc.
.MENET, arc our duly author
iied Agents in the Atlantic States. Office, 41
Park Row, “Times” Building, New York.
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RrV. D. C i McFarland, P. E., of the M. E
Church, South. Jacksonville District, will preach
at the Methmli-t Church at 11 o’clock to-morrow.
R ev . F ather B lanchett will bold divine ser
vices at thj Catholic Church to-morrow, at the
known to the citizens of Jacksonville, from
the fact of bis s-j-turn amongst us during the
trying ordeal of the small pox, has been, nnd
"went, and gone, and got married. M bile
the gny and festive bachelors of Portland
will regret the loss of one the gayest and
m >st festive of their number, we congratulate
Dick upon his assumption of the grave re
spunsibilities and duties appertaining to the
dignity of a benedict. His many friends in
this vicinity unite with us in wishing him a
fai: and smooth sea. and p'o-a-aut lime gen-
vrally, On his matrinn nial voyage. May he
and his fair bri le e» j»y a long life, crowned
bv all the bliss wedlock can bestow.
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M arried . — Mr. Bvron
ways on hand at the
N THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon for the County of Jackson.
Action at Law to recover money.
The Pain King
The Pain King
CURES SICK HEADACHE,
The Pain King
The Pain King
The Pain King
CURES SUDDEN COLDS.
E HAVE ON HAND A LARGE ASSORT-
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
N THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE STATE
of Oregon, County <>f Jackson.
The Pain King
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hellcn Ann Harden, 1‘1'ff, vs. James Uardcs, Dcf't.
Suit for Dissolution of .Marriage Contract.
Boots anil Shoes; I.allies’, MlHses’
T<> J ames H ardes , tiif . au <> ve named D ef '.-:
and Childrens’ Shoes.
In tlu- mime of the State of Oregon, you are here
by required t > appear and answer the eomplnint.
filed against you in the above entitled suit, within Wi: have also in connection with the above a
ten days from the time of the service of this sum
Large and Extensive Stock of Choice
mons upon.you, if served within this county : or,
if served in any other County of this State, then
within twenty days from the dute of tho service ol GROCERIES,
this summons upon you ; and it the same be served
by publication, then within six weeks from the first
publication <>f this summons in the D emocratic
T imes .
The I»eft will take notice that if he fails to ap
pear and answer the complaint of 1‘t'ff, as aforesaid,
the Pl’ff will apply to the Court for the relief de
manded therein, to-wit : the dissolution ot the
marriage c.-utract now existing between I’l'tr and
Deft and the care and custody ot Mary, together i
: with the costs and didiursvments of this suit to lx !
STOCK Al. ' taxed. By order of 1'. I*, l’rim, Judge, Jan. 14tb. ;
J. R. NEIL, Atty for Pl’y.
Jan. 14th, 1S71.
The Pain King
CURES FROST BITES,
The Pain King
The Pain King
SEGAIlS & TOBACCO,
all of which will be sold very
The Pain King
fiir CHEAP FOR CASn^s,
Please call, before purchasing elsewhore, and
judge for yourself.
January 7th. 1871.
THE NEW FOOD
The Pain King
CURES STINGS OF INSECTS.
As a Family Medicine, it stands unrivaled.
Buy it, try it, and be convinced. For sale by all
lealcrs in Patent Medicines.
W. L. COWAN, Proprietor.
t»» be ine’uded
in the agonies ut ilvsp.-ps a.
invigor.iii ig the st..in ch and t >nirg th • liver.
itii-1 bowiris with ,D r . W ai . ker s \ inz <; ak |
B ittkks , you can arrest them all. i'l.i-j
At the CITY DRUG STORE.
vii'-m-c.il and m»>eh:itiical uct;o.i uf t:o-j
stomach, liver and intestines being restoied
Agency for the
by this operatio-i the p'li »11 i ti c opp.e-si'.t-
s-e.-.se, tl.c appetite is restored, the dazed hr ¡n
regains its cleariii’.'«. the spirits b -eome AGUE K.UXTG-
bu >taut and tin- h.inpv result is "a s u nt
W. L. COWAN, Druggist.
mind in a s..nnd b.>dv.”
August 27th, 1870.
W ii . i . iam - di ' k j. — We !
B.-e«!i.t, th it tin; mines •
«• impel .-d to remain i.l
An El-s'i i wl.o cor’d fo
sich as he gut up in du
stea l V emploi ment here
Corner of California and Third St»
L. HORNE, Proprietor,
GASOLI E OIL AÎ1D LAMPS
egs leave to inform the public
K-fir-Give me a call, and then
self as to our capacity to furnish
SUPEFiiOR FLGUGHS !
—L >uIS 11.rue, uf the
V. S. II itel. takes plea-tire in annoniieiiii!
to it he will give a Grand C-itiliioti Party it.
bis new hali, Oh the 1-4-1» o'. February in-.\t.
G >->1 music is eng ig-J. T'< k-ts, S 3 00
supposed to Le the
the reason a-1 inei iial.li- as .¡colli ¡¡s.-lf an I liable at_ a-i v time 1 Redemption of State Bounty Bonds
to eoaie ut> ui u«. Therefore it is important tba’
rcaiedi.il agents should be at hood to he used on A tn n’t. A pp’.lcablcfor Itcilcmption,012 OOO
an emergency when the seminal principle lodged
in th--- system sh til develop itseit. nnd we feel the'
O ffice S tate Tt:r. isi her ,
excruciatin'.' agonies <d pain, or the depressing in-:
Sab tu, J.in. 7th. 1870.
llue-iee <d disea-e. Such a remedial agent exis -
in the Pall! Killer, wb'.se f.-ne has made the cir-
Job« Ncui.er, Treasurer of Jack
pol ir regions or beneath the itito'cr.ibie an I burn !<-m, r.ntil l-'cb. 9;h. 1871, for the Mirreiidi-r o
son county, and L. Flei-ehner, State Trctisu ing sun of the tropic p it- virtues arc known and Bounty 1’. >nds. i.-sued tiu er pro'i?i >n of an Act ot
rer, Lave notices in this week's i.-sue, uf: appreciated. Under all latitudes, from the one the L"gi-slatiyc A>.-embly of the St..to of Oregon,
extreme to tile other, suffering humanity has found granting Bounty to volunteers of this State, cnlis
great importai ■e to cuunty and State ered- re'ief from m uy . f it- il.s by its use. The wide! ted in the service ot the United States, approved
and broad area over w Licit this mcdicinu has spread 1 October 21, l-t>l, at the lowest rate, not exceeding
attests its value an I potency. From a small be-1 par va uc. as may redeem the greatest number of
giniug. the Pain Killer has pushed gradually along i Bonds. Bids to include interest to date of surren
C rowded O ct .—Tue communication from making its own highway, so'elv by its virtues.
der, and to be address..d to
“Big Butte,” the proceedings of the Town i Snell unexampled success and popularity has
Treasurer of State,
brought others into the field, who Lave attempt« i,
Trustees an 1 an extended <l-scription uf the] under similarity of name, to usurp the confidence
horse White Prince, arc lift out for want uf of the people and turn it to their own selfishness
and dishonesty, but their efforts have proved fruit
apace, but will appear in our next.
less, while the Pain Killer is still growing in pub
jan. 21, 1S71.
I mprovement .—We notice that Mr. Peter
N THE COUNTY COTRT OF THE STATE
Bou-cliey, Street Commissioner, is repairing
of Oregon, for Jackson County (Sitting in Pro- (
bate), January Term, 1871.
t'.e cro-sing on Main Street, between K:i
In the matter of the Estate of Ann Sophia \
rewski's and Mentor’s store.
Notice of Final Settlement,
Office, No. 64 Front Street,
G rain .—Mr. Clmvner informs us that one- PORTLAND,
third more ground will be sown in grain, in
¡this county, than ever before ; the drouth
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
(favoring the cultivation of low, wet lauds.
that he has tho largest, best, and most com
For a few cents you can buy
modious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
of your Grocer or Druggist a Il is located in the central part of Jacksonville ;
package of SEA MOSS FARINE •dages from the North and South leave regularly
fr^m tho U. S. HOTEL.
made from pure Irish Moss or
The House lias lately been rc painted, and reno
Carrageen, which will make vated
; the rooms are newly furnished, and well
The bedrooms ore supplied with
sixteen quarts of Elanc Mange, s7'
BEDS, aD<l every other convenience for
and a like quantity of Puddings the comforts of guests.
BOARD AND LODGING
Custards, Creams, Charlotte
Rus3e, &c. It is the cheapest, ! Can bo l;a<l at reasonable rates, according to th«
healthiest and most delicious I room occupied.
food in the world. It makes a
splendid Dessert, and has no Will be supplied with the best the market o.vn af
equal as a light and delicate
food for Invalids and Children.
AND BOX STO'. ES
A Glorious Change!!
Also the celebrated
ÌN AN!) SHEET-IRON WARE.
A LARGE HALL
Is attached to tho Hotel, for Balls, Meetings,
Shows, Ac., and can be had at reasonable terms.
This wonderful vegetable re
storative is the sheet-anchor of
the feeble and debilitated. As a
tonic and cordial for the aged
and languid, it lias no equal
among stomachics. As a remedy
for tlie nervous weakness to
which women are especially sub
ject, it is superseding every other
stimulant. In all climates, tropi
cal, temperate, or frigid, it acts
as a specific in every species of
disorder w hich uudermines the
bodily strength and breaks down
the auiinal spirits. For sale by
The Hotel is furnished with a bar room where
the very best liquors nnd cigars may bo found, at
prices to suit the times.
AND NA 11
Wm. Hoffman, Administrator, “De bonis N«n,” I
of the above estate, having filed in said Court his |
Always on hand a full variety of
final account, and also praying for an order fixjng
the time for bearing the same ; therefore, notice is I
hereby given that said final account will he heard
nnd determined in said Court on Monday, the 6th
day of February, A. D., 1871. at which time all
Hydraulic Pipe, Tin, Copper, and Sheet-iron
R emoval .—We notice that the brick s‘ore,
persons having objections to said final account and waro made to order.
.corner uf California and OregoD streets,* is I ! A larpe amount of CITY and EAST PORT settlement must then and there make the same.
HOFFMAN A KLIPPEL.
By order of T. H. B. Shipley, Judge of said
October 15th, 1870.
being renovated and repaired, preparatory to I LAND Property for Sale.
the removal of Jerry Nuotiti s saddlery store. | Also, IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un Court.
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk.
cultivated LANDS, located in all parts of the
Jon. 5th, 1871.
DtNTAL.—Dr. Jackson, Dentist, will visit Investments in REAL ESTATE and other
>R m A Point the middle o( next week, and re PROPERTY, made for correspondents.
CLAIMS ot all descriptions promptly collected.
HE UNDERShlNED, HAVING FULLY
main .there one week.
HOUSES and STORES leased.
refitted this >ld alid favorite place of reswrt, I
All kinds of Financial and General Agency bus
now offers the ve-y best of liquors and segars at
U. S. H otel .—Mr. Horne announce* that iness transacted.
having FARM PROPERTY for sale
nd see his fine stock of new
he has a fine selection of liquors and eigars. will Parties
12 1-2 CENTS
please furnish descriptions of the same to
Goods direct from the manufacturers.
yvhicli ha dispenses at the U. S. Hotel.
the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in each ef the
The Saloon is commodious, the billiard tables
He lias a fine lot o
principal CITIES and TOWNS of this State.
of the latest and most improved pattern, and
8 o w 1 xx S 1NÆC a o lx 1 xx o mi
A ppointed .—The Governor has appointed July 2d, 1870.___________
the wants of guests promptly supplied.
Prices troua $20 to $110, each.
Special Collector of Claims.
Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
for their comfort nnd convenience, as well as every
ittention and comfort usually found at a well kept
THE GREAT WORLD’S TOXIC.
Jacksonville, Ogn., Jan. Sth, 1S71.
A Ciuxor—Mr. Manning has bought out
his partner, Mr. Plymale, and will conduct
the business alone, now. Give him a call.
P roclamation .—We call attention to the
Governor’s Proclamation in t' is week’s
Bxsi B all .—A base ball club has been or
ganized in this town.
P ek » o !< al .—Kasper Kubli, of Applegajp
started for San Francisco, last luesday.
A New Lot of
Absolute Divorces legally obtained in New AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES
Those knowing themselves indebted to me will
York, Indiana, Illinois, and other States, for per
Just from the Factory.
do well to call without delay and settle, as I must
sons from any State or country, legal everywhere ;
have money, and that soon.
desertion, drunkenness, non-support, etc., suffi
cient cause ; no publicity. No charge until di He is agent for the best Rifles nnd Pistols made,
among which is the
vorce is obtained. Advice free.
Address, MOORE 4 RICHARDSON,
HUNTt-Y RIFI j E.
Counsellors at Law,
Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with onee load
180 Broadway, New York City.
January 7th. 1871.
pg- All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and
AN IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENT
Repairing done to order at half price.
Chapped Hands and Face,
Jacksonville, May 13, 1865.
Sore Lips, Dryness of the Skin,
Cured at once by HEGEMAN’S CAMPHOR ICE
Mllil GLYCERINE. It keeps the hands soft
in all weather. F
you o get ___
HEG EM AN’S.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE TO THE VOTERS
Sold by all Druggists, only , 25° cents, Munufac-
of Jacksonville, that I will be a candidate for
lured only by H egeman <t Co., Chemists and Town Marshal at the election in March, next.
jçtw-,_ A new restaorant h.ts been open Druggists, New York.
January 7th, 1871
Jacksonville, Jan. 21it, 1879.
*d in Rvan’s brick, on Third street
50 T'ointe« of Jlllllarcl« For Drink».
OF ILL ACCOUNTS
DUE SACHS BROS.
Is Expected I
January 12th, 18T1.
MONEY AT HOME,
13UY the WOOLLEN GOODS manufactured
ROGUE RIVER VALLEY
To Buy Goods
Who would respectfully announce to th« trad«
and public generally, that they are now manufact
uring and have on hand for sale, a large Maortmeat
of BLANKETS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, plain
TWILLED and CHECK FFANNELS, AC. AC.
of the best quality and at
JEWELRY STORE, T
HOW TO KEEP
Call at J. Neuber’s
D. B. Rea, Esq., of the law firm of Fay &
Re«, as notary public for Jackson county.
The Pain King
THE BEST PLACE
STAPLE DRY GOODS
Jan. 7th, 1871.
All varities of pain seem
Frank Brvhan, 1’1’ff, vs. S. A. Ili-ilner, Deft.
To S. A. Ilcilner : In tho name of the State ot JACKSON VILLE, OREGON *
Oregon, you are required to appear in said Court
and answer the complaint of said Plaintiff filed
against you, within tin days from the time of the
service of this summons on you, it served wituin
said county ; or, if served on you out of the State
I of Oregon, then it is ordc-ed by T. 11. B. Shipley,
Judge of said Court, that publication be made foi
six weeks in the D emocratic T imes , a ncwspapei
i published in Jacksonville, Jackson county. Orc rilHE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE
I gon, prior to the first Munday in March, A. D.. 1 in notifying his friends and the public geni-r-
illy tnnt he is now receiving and opening a very
And you arc notified that 'f you fail to nnswei urge and extensive stock of
said eomplnint as above required, the l’iaii'titl wil
¡apply to the Court for the relief demanded thereii
• ‘•to-wit”: For a judgment against you for th.
1 Sum of two hundred dollars ($200). in I . S. gob
and silver coin, with interest thereon at the rat.
of 10 per cent, per annum, from tho 16th .lay o
¡November, A. D., 1865, and the costs and dis
i bursements of this action to be taxed.
Done by order of said Court, made on the 4tl
¡day of January, 1871.
local intelligence .
L ist of J vrors .—The following named j
pi*rsons were drawn to serve as trial and
Grand Jurors, for the February term, 1871.
uf tire Circuit Court, for this county: John
McKay, Nicholas A. Young. John S ought, I H ams V
1’atrtek J. Dunn, J. W. Baker, Fredrick B
L aud “
l’f ugh, William Simpson, Joel Fairchilds, III TTKR “
Vliarles Seyferth, John Well.’.J -seph Swin E ggs f* Doz.
C heese 7» lb.
gle, Johnathan J. Smith, Elwin Smith. A i - i - i . es —Dried "ft tt>
Benj. F. Wade, William Cummins, M. II. P eaches —“
Coleman, Conrad Minges, Michael Hanley, IIOXI-Y f* lb
Abel D. Helman, John Head, Alonzi Wil
liams, J.icob Roudebush, Daniel Chapman, P otatoes 'p R*
; Oxtoxs 7* !
Tlenrv R. Brown, William Basev, John I B eans " ri ft ».
Cantrall, Nicholas Wright. M. R. Fletcher,
George Stephenson, Sylvester Saltmarsh and
THOMAS BOYCE, No. 30 (Second
Jacksonville Market Prices,
door.) Merchant's Exchange, California Street,
corrected weekly for the D emocratic
below Montgomery, is our duly authorised agent
'T imes by Sachs Bros.,
holsale and Retail dealers
for San Francisco.
iin Drygoods, Clothing, Groceries, Provisions,
SOMETHING NEW I
Orders solicited. A liberal discount mad« to th«
Ashland, May 1st, 1869.
FANCY, STAPLE & DRV’GOODS,
DR. W. JACKSON,
Boots & Shoes,
Rooms in building formerly occupied by
Dr. E. H. Greenman. corner California and Fifth
Streets. All styles of Dental work done on short
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
extracted without pain by the use ef the late
method of local anesthesia. All work warranted.
Nov. 20th, 1869.
OF THE BEST QUALITY,
(KEPT OS THE EUROPEAN PLAN.)
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY.
Corner of Stark and Front Street*.
FISHER di BRO ’S,
(Corner California and Oregon Street*,)
May l«t, 1889.
ZIEBER & BOLTON. PROPRIETORS.
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