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Proceedings of the County Court, March bill of Gustave Karewaki, articles furnished
Session, A. D.„ 1H71, Present—*1, H. i Qhns. Drenser, county charge, $18 50; bill
B. Shipley, Judge; John S. Herrin and of William Bilger, nrticles furnished Mors«,
Thos. Wright, Commissioners; 8. J.
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1371
county charge, $24 44 ; bill of J. C. Weiss,
meat furnished Morse, county charge, $6 45 ;
THOMAS BOYCE, No. 30 (Second
Francis Ball, keeping Ilunly, (Feb’y) county
In the matter of tho Estate of Frank
floor,) Merchant's Exchange, California Street,
charge, $22 50, Lafayette Allen, keepin;
below Montgomery, is our duly authorized agent Smith, deceused. Will admitted to Probate, Martin, (Feb’y) county charge, $20 00:
for San Francisco.
J. C. Tolman and Maletta Smith, widow of
.John Conlv, keeping Martin, county charge.
decedent, Executors, Letters of Admiuistra
HUDSON «k MCNET, arc our duly author
$20 00 ; Mrs. Amanda Higley, an applicant
ized Agents in the Atlantic States. Office, 41
(or reliif, $25 00 ; Dr. A. Overbeck, attend
In the matter of the Estate of Ann Sophia
Pa'.k Row, “Times” Building, New York.
mice on county poor, $13 25 , Erastus W ell-
Love, deceased. Final account of Wm. Hoff
fur extra mileage attendance on Circuit Court
man, Administrator De bonis non, admitted
$1 00; Thos. Wright, servicesand mileag«
to Record, no objections to same having been i
is County Commissioner, $3-1 00 ; John S
Herrin, services and mileage ns County Con»
Estate of Ezra B. Rhinehart—B. F. Myer,
tnissioner, S34 44 , locating and surveyin;
Adm'r. Final Settlement.
county road from Jacksonville to connect w it I
Rev. C. Alderson will hold divine service at the discharged.
road from Phoenix to Butte creek, $50 00.
Estate <f 0. P. Evans—J. C. Tolman,
M. E. Church, to-morrow at 11 o’clock, a. ui.
County road established from Jacksonvilh
Adtn'r. Petition of Adni’r to lease the fmm
bv way of Rowland’s blacksmith shop an«
R ev . F ather B laxchktt will hold divine ser-
until the 1st day of October next. Ordertdi
▼ ices at the Catholic Church to-morrow, at the
Thoma? McAndrews, to intersect county roa<
that Adm’r rent farm to best advantage.!
“ ’ I leadirg from Phoenix to Butte creek.
either for cash or a share of the crop.
y i A. M. Berry and James McDonough wer
In the matter of the Estate of Jutnes
p appointed commissioners to examine and re
Petition of B.
" i port in writing at the April term of thi>
A meeting was held at the Court House ín
Or Court, what, in their opinion, is a reasonable
deceased, for letters of Administration.
this city, March 13, 1871, for the purpose ut
'compensation for building the new bridge
d'*ied that letters of Administration on said
making arrangements for the proper celebra
Across Galls creek in this county.
Estate issue to the petitioners.
tion of the declara ion of peace between
. Ordered that the new road, as laid out by
In the matter of the Estato of Joshua II. |
Germany and France, Mr. John C.mbousky
'the reviewers through a portion of the village
Sterne, deceased. Petition of Silas J. Day,
presiding, aud Thus. Paulsen ¡Secretary.
Rock Point, be declared a public highway,
Administrator, De bonis non, to sell real’
TLe following are the proceedings as handed
and that so much of tho old road as is cm
property of decedent. Ordered that thei
to us with a request for pubhculiuu :
braced in the new road be declared vacated.
Resolcel, That the declaration of peace Adtn'r give Dotice of sale by publication four
weeks in D emocratic T imes previous to Sth
We take plea-ure in clipping from cne of
between Germany and France be celebrated
by a torchlight procession uiid by a ball, aud day of April, 1871, at which time it was or- our North Carolina exchanges, published by
that any surp>us ut lunds ubicu uiay accrue d red that said property be sold nt the Court Gen. D. H. Hill, Charlotte, N. C., the fol-
tberefruui, be donated fur the benefit ut the House door, as like property is sold under having honorable mention of D. B. Rea, E«q.,
of the firm of Fay & Rea, of this place. Mr.
Germuu Suuilaay Fund.
E-ta e of James R. Pool, Wm. G- Buffum, Hea has recently located here, and from our
Resolved, That the day selected for the
Executor, by his Attorney, Janies D. Fay, ^hort acquaintance we endorse him as u true
cclebraiiuu be the 4ch of April, 1871.
presented 21 semi-anruml statement; report and worthy gentleman, and «e wish him every
Resolved, Ti,at the President be author
accepted, and ordered th.it the executor pay success in our midst:
ized io appuiut a eouimiiiee ot Arrangements
the preferred claims against the estate, ou1 | P eiisonal .—We are pleased to get a kind
ot five, to superintend tins matter, and to
of moneys in his hands belonging to the es Jotter from D. B. Rea. E-q., of Jacksonville,
appoint sub eoiumittees if necessary.
Oregon, n former pupil and army friend. II»'
following gent.emen were app tinted as sad
«P'Niks in glowing terms of that country.
Estate of Jes<e M. Anderson, E. K. An We are gratified to learn that he is a contrih
committee : John Bilger, Isaac Sachs, L .uis
derson, Adm’r., presented final nccount, and' ntor to the Democratic Times of Jacksonville.
llerling, M orris Baum and Thomas Paulsen.
asking f>>r orler <>f final settlement. Ordered We hope that lie will continue h's racy
Ot: mutnm, th: Pies lent was added to the
that Tuesday, 8ih day of April next, be set sketches of Hampton's gallant command.—
Committee rd Arrangements.
apait for hearing and determining objections,
Ou motion, the me-tiug, adjourned until
if any, to said final ¡¡«‘count.
P aid I n .—Our worthy and energetic Sher
Ca.led aguiu by older ut the PriS.deut.
Esmte of Jiisiuh Newlin—Chas. Griffith, iff h is paid in to the County Treasury the
T h mas P aulsen , Sec'y.
Adm’r. This term of the Court was set fur sum of 824,300, collected on the tax assess
Sane at Last! “For five ye..rs" writes .final settlement of said Estate; the Adtn'r ment for the »ear 1870.
a gent. c. mm at il u risbu.-gh, P.«., “1 Was on not appearing, this cause is ordered to be J
a Witd g-<«'sc chase after lemeuus tor dy-pep ! continued to the April term next enduing.
In the matter of the guardianship of the
».a. 1 have taken first and last co ugn “in
fallible cures” to iluut a j«».iy bait, and tue ! minor heirs ««f J >lm S. L ive, deceased. On
inure I sw’al.owed the fusier 1 got no better. : the petition of Mary Ann Chambers, asking
Luckily, i>r rath -r providentially, it came in that guardians be appointed f< r said minor
to mv head to try Die. \\ alker s V egetable I heirs, it i* ordered that the prayer of the pe-
t tinner be granted ; nnd that James T. 1
Glenn b-‘ and he is hereby appointed Guard
ian of the person and estate of George M. j
Live : and 'I lionnis G. RearneS be and he is’
here’ y appointed Guardian of the person
ami estate ol John A. Love ; and Mary Ann
Chambers be and «-lie is hereby appointed
Gifai'diun of the person and eslute ut Maty
Estate of B. Levy, deceased. G. Karew
>ki, A«l>ii*r of sa.d E.iute, p
semi annual exhib.t
accep'ed and admitted to reCurd,
A. F. Randle,
Estate ol J.-in;tna 8c<> t.
A lin’r, pre.-eulcd 2d semi annual stuteiueut.
Exhibit accepted and admitted to record.
In the tn itur of the Guardianship of Will-
la<e Gridley. James A. Cardwell, Guardian
of Wallace Gri'lley, filed inventory of the
Saturday, April 8th, A. D..
P eace J ubilee .— Our German fellow citi
zens will g ve a gran I ball and tor» h light
procession, on the 4th of April, to celebrate
the conclusion of peace between France ana
Germany. It is needless to -ay that it will
lie a success—the German» know how to do
thru things to perfection. See their adver
tisement under ‘‘new today.”
P ersonal .—Mr. George Wimer, of Wimer
& Son, of Phoenix, called upon us yesterday,
who intormed us that their new mill nt that
place, was rapidly progressing to completion,
ind will be rnady to run by the first of June.
This mill is intended for extra fine work,
nnd we may expect extra fine fliur when it
gets under Way.
S ee H ere .—Sachs Bros, will sell a lot of
Ladie* and Children’s s!i>«es, from 50 cents to
$1 00 per pair. Also, a lit of Clothing,
Boots, Ilats nnd some other goods, for cost.
-Call and xee them.
W e are informed that a large amount of
land is plowed which, in consequence of the
recent heavy rain falls will probably not be
seeded ; but enough is already sown to insure
a plenteous crop fur the enduing season.
$32 50 ; II. K. Hanna, Prosecuting Attor
ney’s fees, State vs. Powell and Lewis before
J. P.. $15 00 ; attendance of Çrand and
trial jurors, nnd mileage, Circuit Court,
$213 50; attendance of witnesses before
Grand Jury, $52 00 ; David Wingfield, bridge
lumber for Road District No. 11, $31 50;
W. B. Douglass, books and stationery for use
of county. $27 50 ; W. B. Douglas, medi
cine for Morse, a county charge, S3 75 ; bill
of Hoffinnn & Kiippel for article« for county,
$11 87 ; bill of Ilofftnan & Kiippel for Har
rington, county charge, $2 75 ; bill of Sachs
Bru’s for Harrington, county charge, $9 75;
bill of Sachs Bro’s for Court House nnd
C e. k’a office, $7 25 ; bill of Silas J. Day
C orrection .—In our last Directory we
were mistaken as to the time of bolding the
•Circuit Court in Josephine. It is the 2d
Monday of next month, and those interested
are advised accordingly.
G kowded O ut . —The proceedings of the
meeting at Sams Valley is crowded out; also
a communication from ’•Jackson.” Will ap
pear next week.
N ew A ds . —Read the new nd. of the local
Land Aireut for thia county; also ‘Summons'
of Baum vs. Shook.
THE BEST PLACE
STAPLE DRY GOODS
Noi.ce cf Final Settlement.
N THE COUNTY C0URT0F THE STATE
of Oregon, for Jackson County, (sitting in Pro
bate) March term. 1871.
Iu tlie matter of the Estate ofM. Anderson, I
E. K. Anderson, Administrator of said estate,
having filed in sai l Court bn final account, and
also praying for an order for fixing the time fur
bearing the same ; therefore notice is hereby given
that said final acoount will be hoard and deter
and Childrens’ Shoes.
mined in said Court on Tuesday, April 4th, A. I). >
1871, at which time all persons having objection»-
to said final account and settlement, must then; W k have also in connection with the above a verx
and there make the same.
Largo and Extensive Stock of Choice
By order of T. H. B. ¿hiplcy, Judge of said
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk.
E HAVE ON HAND A LARGE ASS0RT-
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
SEGARS & TOBACCO
all of which will be sold very
¿»CHEAP FOR CASH‘D
U. S. L ixd Omen, Roseburg,!
Ogn., March 1st, 1871. J
C10MPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED
) at this Office by II. Amy aad Feta Hall
against S. M. llall. for abandoning his Donation
upon the N. E. i of Section 6, Township 37 S., I
Range 1 IV., in Jackson county, Ogu., with a view
to rhe cancellation of said entry : the said parties I
are hereby summoned to appear at this Office on
the 15th day of April, 1871. at I o’clock p. m., to f
respond nn«i furnish testimony concerning said al
Ww. R. W illis . Register.
A. R. F lint , Receiver.
March 11th. 1871.
Beal Estate Dealer
Please call, before purchasing elsewhere, and
judge for yourself.
January 7th, 1871.
THE NEW FOOD
Administrators’ Notice, i
I uni n«w ready to •ell anything in my iine at
Instate of James V. Ammerman, Deceased. lowest cash price. Versons wi.toiug t > buy go<<l
will find it greatly to their advantage to exa miti.
fjlHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN A1‘- our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I all:
ij pointed, by the County Court of Jackson ■ determined not tu be uudcrsuld by any house u
county, Oregon, Administrators of said Estate, Jackson county.
all persons having claims ¡«gainst said Estate are
required to present them wi‘li the proper vouchors. !
within six months from th«‘ date of this notice, to
the sai«l Ailmiuistrators, at their residence near
Ashland, in said county.
E L1Z A B EIII A M M E R M A N,
Office, N’o. til Front Street,
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and EAST
PORTLAND, in the most desirable localities, con
sisting «>f LOTS, HALF BLOCKS aud BLOCKS,
HOUSES and sTORES ; also,
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located iu ALL parts of the
STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE nnd other Property pur
chased f>r Correspondents, in this CITY nnd
throughout the STATES nnd TERRITORIES,
with great enre nnd tn the most ADVANTA
Absolute Divorces legally obtained in New
York. Indiana, Illinois, and other States, for per
sons from any Stnte or country, legal everywhere ;
desertion, drunkenness, non-support, e!c., suffi
cient enuse ; no publicity. No charge until di-
vorce is obtained. Advice free.
Address, MOORE A RICHARDSON,
Counsellors at Law,
180 Broadway, New York City.
January 7th, 1871.
Chapped Hands and Face,
Sore Lips, Dryness of the 8kln.
Cured at once by HEGEMAN’8 CAMPHOR ICE
WITH GLYCERINE. It keeps the hands -oft
i in all weather. See that you get HEGEMAN’8.
services as County Clerk for Feb’y, $189 40; 8old by all Druggists, only 25 cents. Manufac-
o • las J.
tured only by H boeman A Co., Chemists and
bill of S
00 8 Druggists, New York.
from Sec y of State lor connty, >26 50 ;
January 7th, 1871.
SOMETHING NEW !
B. F. MYER,
Jacksun Co., March 4th, 1871.
1871, at the Court House door in Jacksonville,
01 said county, between the hours of 9 o’clock
v. m . and 4 o’clock r. m . of said day, expose for
public sale to the highest bidder for cash in gold
•uin, all the right, title and interest which the said
Joshua II. ¿terne had at his decease, in and to the
oilowing described premises, situated in the town
>f Jacksonville, Jackson county, Oregon, to wit : FpilE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE
hie (I) House ami Lot situated on Third street, <_ in notifying his friends anil the public gener
tear the corner of Elm street, ami running back ally tnat he is now receiving and opening a very
Northwesterly the same width one hundred (100) iarge aud extensire stock of
eet, and known us the Joshua II. ¿'terue’s House
On the confit ¡nation of the sale by tho County
,’ourt aforesaid, ami the payment of the purchase
noney. a Deed of Conveyance will be executed to
he purchaser, ¿'ale to commence at 1 o’clock p.
a. of said day.
¿’ILAN J. DAY,
Administrator, De bonit non.
March 11 th. 1871.____________ tnehll w4.
- . - . -
HOUSES nnd STORES LEASED. LT ANS
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF ALL DES-
propertv «f Ins sutd wind, which was accept ’RIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. An i
a General FINANCIAL and AGENCY BUSI
ed t«y the Court and admitted to record.
Estate of James Ammernian, deceased.
AGENTS of fbu OFFICE in all the CIT-
Administrators liied inventoiy of said Estate, IES and
TOWNS in th« ST\TE. will .receive
which was accepted and admitted to record. descriptions of FARM PROPERTY and forward
tl e same to the above address.
The following is a synopsis of the proceed
February 4th, 1871.
ings f the B .urd ut County Commissioners
of Jackson eoun'y, Oregon, nt the March
se-sion, 1871. The Board were in session
f. ur days. A fub Board present. The fol
lowing bibs were audited and ordered paid :
Applegate Bro’s, taxes refunded on double
assessment of 1870, $80 00 ; John 1’. Wal
ker. taxes refunded on double assessment ol
1870, $45 00. Reports of Rond Supervisors
of Districts Nos. 6, , 10 and 20 were submit-
ted nnd approved, County warrdnls ordered
Pain is supposed to be the lot of us poor mortals,
drawn for M «rtin Hurst, extra wink as Su-
i as inevitable as death itself and liable nt any time
per visor for Road District No. 10, $17 00: to come up«»n us. Therefore it is important that
Wm. Ray, extra Work as Supervisor lor Rond ■ j. remedial
at - bund
. the be
• • used
an » emergency - when
District No. 20. $30 00; John Pearson for i “ in th« sy.-toui shall develop itself, nnd we feel the
lanting trees and mulching same in C lour: |excruciating agonies of pain, or the depressing in
Iluuse yard, $61 50 ; Henry Klippel's Sher , fluence ot disease. Shch a remedial ngent exis’-
in the Pain Killer, whose Lime hits made the cir-
iff fees for attendance on County Court, sum jeuit of the globe. . Amid the eternal ices of the
moning jurv fur Circuit Court, serving notices Polar regions or beneath the intolerable and burn-
. i -i
I ing sun of the tropics, its virtues are known and
on Superv is »rs, cate of County Jutl, summon- H|,precjatC(i. Under all latitudes, from the one
ing witnesses before Grand Jury and Circuit i extre,ne
th® other, suffering humanity has found
re'ief from in ny of its ills by its use. The wide
Court, $202 25 ; Henry Klippel's percent ! nnd broad area over which this medicine has spread,
age on Collection of $3,694 18, taxes, $110 82 ; attests its value and potency. From a small be-
Ilemy Kiippel. attendance of himself and gining. the l’aiti Killer has pushed gradually along,
making its own highway, solely by its virtues.
bailiffs <m Circuit Court, $60 00 ; for print
Such unexampled success and popularity h*<
iog blank Assessment Schedules, and slips brought others into the field, who have atteinp'eL
under similarity of name, to usurp the confidence
for Code and Session Laws, $-10 50 ; Louis of the people an<l turn it to their own selfishness
Horne, for meals furnished to jury Feb’y and dishonesty, but their efforts have proved fruit
less, while the Pain Killer is still growing in pub
term Circuit Court. $13 00; II. K. Hanna, lic favor.
jan. 21, 1871.
services ns District Attorney Circuit Court,
P ers «SAL.— Our friend. Junies Comstock,
of Roseburg, p.iseed through town tins week >
on h;S way to San Francisco, He reports
the farming and pastoral intervals <«f the I
county in a satisfactory condition.
county has turned her attention to these two
interests, winch are iv.wking out a permanent
prosperity f>r her citizens. She has a wide
area of gruz ng and farming lands that is
destined to give her a high position among
the counties of S -uthern Oregon.
N pursuance of an order of the County Court
of Jackson county, O egon, made March 7th,
A. D., 1871, the uudersigued as Administrator,
De bon!» non, of the Estate of Joshua il. Slerue.'
deceased, will oa
V inegar B itters . This was about live
months ago. I-1 le s than sjx Weeks u<>t a
twinge remained to remind me cf lire tom
plaint. 1 um pel fee |y well, at.d have onl\
one r« g et — that I did not discover the ti ne
JLTTET j STIO j ST.
JAS. T. GLENN,
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF ORE-j
J gon, lor the County of Jackson.
Mary McGra’h vs. George McGrath.
T<> George McGrath, said Def't : You are here !
hv sumin'-ncd to be ami appear in the Circuit;
Court of the State of Oregon, for Jackson county. !
<>n the first day of tho terin thereof, commencing'
the 13th day of November. 1>71. and answer the, The Pain King
complaint in this cau«e filed, wherein the Pl’ffl
pravs u dissolution of the bond* of matrimony, al-
■iuouy, and the care ami custody ot John and :
Georgiana, infant issues of said marriage, and n, The Pain King
suitable maintenance fur ilie same, on the ground
of cruel and inhuman treatment, ami personal in-'
dignities, rendering life burdensome ; or judg-1
The Pain King
ment will be taken in default thereof.
By order of lion. P. I’, l’.iui, Judge of said:
CURES SICK HEADACHE,
Court, this 21th February. ls71.
F\Y A REA, Pl’ff’s Att’ys.
The Pain King
Fehniney 25th, 1871.
The Pain King
AKEN UP BY THE UNDERSIGNED SIX
ami one-half miles north-east from Jackson
ville. Oregon, one pale-red cow, supposed to lie
about nine years old, branded J. S. on the left
side or ribs very plain, ami also branded dimly J.
D. on left liip ; also marked with a crop nnd an
underbit in the left "nr. Also, one red ami white
spotted yearling steer calf, branded J. S. on the
left side ; marked with a crop off the right ear nnd
an underbit in the left car. The above described
animals caino to tnv place about the 1st of July
last. The cow is breathy, and wore u bell when I
J. II. BILLENBROCK.
Jan. 4th, 1871
Call at J. Neuber’s
The Pain King
CURES SUDDEN COLDS.
The Pain King
The Puin King
CURES FROST BITES,
The Pain King
ND SEE HIS FINE STOCK’OF NEW
Goods direct from the manufacturers.
He has a fine lot o
Prices tioui $20 to $110, cash.
The Pain King
The Pain King
The Pain King
CURES STINGS OF INSECTS.
lie is agent for the best Rifles nnd Pistols made,
among which is the
As a Family Medicine, it stands unrivaled.
Buy it, try it, and be convinced. For »ale by all
TIE MFL Y Fl I E I j E.
Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load dealers in Patent Medicines.
W. L. COWAN, Proprietor.
£¿7- All hinds of Watch an<l Clock Cleaning and
Repairing done to order at half price.
Jacksonville, May 13. 1S65.
Our Sister Republic.
War Between the States,
By A. H. Ntevens, Vice President of the Con
federacy. Mr. ¿’(evens’ has displayed a masterly
hand in separating real from apparent causes. It
is bound to be a text book. Illustrated. Canvass
ing Agent, C. W. Jackson?
Commonwealth Co-Operative Company,
138 Chambers street, New York City. Orin Frink
President ; C. A. Nprague Vice-President ; L. N.
Clark Secretary ; W. W. Winton Treasurer. It
-you wish the benefiit of a life insurance join the
Commonwealth. C. W. Jackson Agent
March 4th, 1871.
A Glorious Change!!
THE GREAT WORLD’S TONIC.
This wonderful vegetable re
storative is the sheet-anchor of
the feeble and debilitated. A* a
tonic and cordial for the aged
and languid, it has no equal
among stomachics. As a remedy
for the nervous weakness to
which w omen 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 undermines the
bodily strength and breaks down
the animal spirits. For sale by
To Buy Goods
A New Lot of
AMERICAN LIA VFR WATCHES
Just from the Factory.
A gala trip through tropical MEXICO, adven
ture and sight-seeing in tho bind of the Aztec, the
country and the people, the Empire and its down
fall. Beautifully illustrated by Cui. A. ¿’. Evans.
Canvassing agent, C. W. Jackson.
For a few cents you can buy
of your Grocer or Druggist a
package of SEA MOSS FABINE
made from pure Irish Moss or
Carrageen, which will make
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Puddings
Custards, Creams, Charlotte
Busse, &c. It is the cheapest,
healthiest and most delicious
food in the world. It makes a
splendid Dessert, and has no
equal as a light and delicate
food for Invalids and Children.
(KEPT OX THE EfttOPEAX FLAX,)
Corner of Stark and Front Streets,
ZIERER A HOLTON, PROPRIETORS.
lanks of all DESCRIPTION
printed with n<
neatness and dispatch at this of-
DR. A. B. OVERBECK
IVILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR
li GERY, aad will attend promptly to all call, la
on professional busineas. Hit office and residence
The Overbeck Hospital
On Oregon Street, Jaektonrille, Oregon.
FISHER & BRO.’S
FANCY, STAPLE & DRY’SOCDS,
Boots & Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY,
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY. 4
FISHER 4i BRO ’S,
(Corner California and Oregon Street#,)
May 1st, 18«».