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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
JAS. T. GLENN,
The celebration of tbe Fourth here on hat
Tuesday was • grand tifhir. *lhe number of
THOMAS BOYCE, No. 30 (Secoud people in attendance by far exceeded any
floor.) Merchant’s Exchange, California Street, gathering ever hdd in the county before, nnd
below Montgomery, is our duly authorized agent conclusively proves that our county has large
ly increased in population within the past
for Sa« Francisco.
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1871.
HUDSON A MENET. are onr duly author year.
At the hour appmted. the procession start
it«d Agent« in the Atlantic States. Office, 41
ed from the Court II -use under »he command
Park Row, “Tunes” Building, New York.
of Chief M ir>hal F >u lrav and his aids,
J. M. BALTIMORE is our duly authorized
Messrs. MvDaniel and Savage. First came
agent for Portland, Oregon.
the i-avalrv under command < f Capt. llizer ;
DANIEL GREEN is our authorized agent then a wagon, coitniiiing the band ; then
for Josephine County.
a lariie car roiitaining th rty four little girls,
r»'prc’ titing the difl-rent States—Masters
Bi V B r.inan and Savacv representing g ’»e
A i my a .1 Navy.
R.v, F athkr B lanchett will hold divine ser
cr * enr
vie«« at th« Catholiu Church to morrow, at the
Al irga V agon
., iected I
Rev. M. A. W illiams will bold divine service ai
carriage contain ng the Orator. Chaj Ilin and
the M. E. Church to-morrow at 11 o’clock a. in.
Il i.der. an! Judge Prim; then the County
G> kid O sdzr .— The celebrati 'i» of th- Fourih Office!«; then the C m i.ittee ol Arrunge-
at this place was well ••tende I. and g >-d inenits; t! en the B ard of Trustees; then
order was maintained during the ex-reise«.
large precession of c tizens.
O.i irrB’og on the ground, a large eon-
II arvksting .—The grain crops of the vii
iirs'! < I c t z»‘h* were lo'iud. utid the regular
tey are fact ripening, and harveMmg boera
eXerci-vN of the dav were in ne thrmgh with
me need. The yiel 1 promis«» well, »nd there
— music l>v the band and choir ; prayer ItV
will be » large surplus for outside market.
the Chaplain. R-v. B. R J »hnsni ; leading
P kksonal .—Alex. Martin, Suporinteml of tl.e De.’laratio i < f Imlepctidetice, by E. B.
Wa'.-on, E q . acd the oration by Rev. I. D.
•nt of Stage Line, is in town.
Dr. Jackson and wife have returned from Dr.ver. Alter which the juvenile infantry
C' uipanv paraded under the Ci inumii I of
their northern bridal tour.
Capt. Abe Mei snr. The parade of this coin
We notice posters on the street stating that puny attracted a great deal of attention, and
Mr. H.-t’let wants 1.000 men to work on the was a prominent feature in ti e day’» exer i
railroad south of Eugene City. I hat looks us cise». The drill and parade of the cavalry
if the railroad was not going to stop at the also excited much interest. Taken nil in all,
this celebration was one of whi.di Jackson
county has reason to be proud. No drunk
Frat —On the 3d inst., Mr J. I sb’» dwelling
enness nor disorder disturbed the pleasures
house was burned to the ground, the inmates]
of the day, and the very best of feeling pre-
barely escaping with their lives. Mr. Ishl
vniled among all.
has lost all his furniture, b *< ks, papers. &c.,.
evening, at Viet Schutz’«
and his lofses will not fall short of $3,000. ■ A ball in the
The bull ro.ini
Hall, closed the
The fire originated in the kitchen through the.
was crowded by youth and beauty of both
carelessness of a Chinese cook.
sexes, who “chased the hours with flying
A F ink C olt .—Mr. Wm. Meyer showed leet’’ till morning.
u« a colt the other dav, two and a half;
m •iths «»Id. weighing 431 pounds, fnaldrd
f'-nn a full-blooded Percheron mare by his
-»1-hratel horse <>f the same Lio >d.
'fever ’ taking great interest in improving
MAR KI El >
:■ I >'*e st ick of this county, nnd every 1n- I
ui.ige.nenr should be shown his lau «ble en- WOOI.EY—INGRAM.—At the residence of Mr.
M. Wooley, near Little Butte creek, June 25tb,
1871.by David Dunlap. J. P., Mr. William Woolev
Y *ka i* in rain«. The losses can senreelv I«’ to Miss Catharine Ingram, all of Jackson county.
$2 Kl iHlt). There will undoubtedly be! 8WINGLE—IIECKATHORN—At the residence
* 5- ug am >n* »he p »»rer people, and
of M. A. William«, on Bearcreek, July 3d, 1871,
Oliver II. wingle to Ann» Caroline IIeckathorn.
• • t.i'd • eitizens »11 u‘«i
all of Jackson county.
ur ui»r<irtitaat« iiei-liOir». V e
Chapped Hands and Face.
Sore Lips, Dryness of tbe Skin.
Cured nt once by HEGEMAN’S CAMPHOR ICR
WITH GLYCERINE. It keeps the hands -oft
in all weather. See that you get HEGEM AN’S.
Sold by nil Druggist«, only 25 cents. Manufac
tured only by H eqeman A Co., Chemists ami
l>ritggi-t«. New York.
January 7th. 1871.
litro, Co-Du I)
hoop skirts .
A Glorious Change!!
Boots and Shoes; Ladles’, Misses'
and Childrens’ Shoes.
We hare also in connection with the nbore a very
Large and Extensive Stock of Choice
A mount A fplicablk for R edemption , $37,000.
(Thirty-seven Thousand Dullarsj
T reasurer ' s O ffice .
S ale 'I, O regon , July 3d, 1871. j
EALED proposal* will be received by the un
dersigned ut his office, in Salem, until August
5th, 1871, for the turrender of Bounty Bonds, is
sued under provisions of un Act of the Legislative
Assembly ot the State of Oregon, granting bounty
to volunteers of this State, enlisted in the service
of tbe United States, approved October 21th, 1864,
at the lowest rate, not exceeding par value, os may
redeem the greatest number of Bonds. Bids to in
clude interest to date of surrender, nrtl to be ad
Treasurer of State, Salem, Oregon.
Window Glass, Nails, Iron aud
Steel, Cast and Steel Plows
Wooden and Willow
W are. Etc., Etc.
THE WHITE PRINCE
THE WHITE PRINCE
WEIGH 1,800 POUNDS,
NEW MEAT MARKET!
Real Estate Dealer PORK,.
HOUSES and STORES LEASED, LOANS
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF ALL DES
CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. And
a General FINANCIAL and AGENCY BUSI
AGENTS of thia OFFICE in all the CIT-
IES and TOWNS in the STATE, will receive
descriptions of FARM PROPERTY and forward
the «am« to the abov« addre««.
February 4th, 1871,
ave received , as usual , thi ftri I
and best stock of SPRING and SUMMER
GOODS there is to be found thii lid« of San Fran
THE GREAT WORLD’S TONIC.
This wonderful vegetable re
storative is the sheet-anchor of
the feeble nnd debilitated. As a
tonic and cordial for the aged
and languid, it has no equal
among stomachics. As a remedy
for the 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 which undermines the
bodily strength and breaks down
the animal spirits. For sale by
You Will Fiad
Of tbe Very Latest Style««
LIVERY STABLE ! I
REAL ESTATE and other Property pur
chased for Correspondents, in this CITY nnd
throughout tho STATES and TERRITORIES,
with great care and «n the moat ADVANTA
PEARSON & McINTYRE,
dientn of Da. W alkih ’ s V inegar B itters
differ from those of every other tonic nnd cor
rective in use. Unlike the tinctures of the
pharmacopiiea thia remedy contains no al-
oohol. Botanical research haa brought to
light in oar Pacific Territory, herbs, roots
and plant« of surpassing potency ns altera,
lives, nefvines, and iovigorants, and of these
the Bitters are mainly composed. A long sc
ries of euras, embracing dyspepsia in nil its
forml, and bilioas and nervous disorders of
vouohors of this inesti-
♦ «•* ♦
Per a few cents you can buy
of your Grocer or Druggist a
package of SEA MOSS FABINE
made from puro Irish Moss or
Carrageen, which will make
STAPLE DRY GOODS 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.
F ir ».—Would it not b, well for the citi
zen» nf Jacksonville t" take in»o connidern
tion the necessity of guarding against «uch a
fire »« has recently destroyed Yrpk i? Bv
’the expenditure of from ?3.ft0ft to S5.000 our
property, tn the extent of nearly half a mil
linn. cr>uld be rendered safe. Let a meeting
Office, No. 61 Front Street,
be «ailed, by ’he Board of Trustee«, to take
into consideration the propriety of raising by ■
tax, or such other means ns may be deemed
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and EAST
prorer, the neceasary means to build a reser-; PORTLAND, in the most desirable localities, con
voir near Peter Britt’«, or on the Cemetery sisting of LOTS. HALF BLOCKS nnd BLOCKS,
i HOUSES and »TORES ; also,
Hill, »nd then lay pipes through the prin
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cipal street» to hydrants.
cultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts of the
An Ordinal HledHcin«. Th« ingre STATE for SALE.
Temple of Fashioti
Travelers are always liable to sudden attacks of
Dysentery and Cholera Morbus, and these occur
ring when absent from home, arc very unpleas mt. JACKSONVILLE, OREGON;
1 he I’ ain K ilikr may always be relied upon in
such cases. As soon as you feel the symptoms,
take one teaspoonful in a gill of new milk nnd
molasses and a gill of hot water, stir well together
ami drink hot. Repeat the dose every hour until
relieved. If the pains be severe, bathe the ljowtls
and hick with the medicine clear. ■
In c ise of Asthma and Phthisic, take n teaspoon F1VIIE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE
ful in a gill of hot wat-r sweetened well with mo fl in notifying his friends and the public gener
lasses ; also bathe the throat and stomach faithfully ally tnnt be is now receiving and opening a very
with the medicine, clear.
large and extensive stock of
Dr. Sweet says it takes out the soreness in cases
of bonesetting taster than anything bo ever np-
Fishermen so often exposed to hurts by having
their s\in pierced by h >oks, nnd fins of fish, can
be relieved by bathing with the Pain Killer as soon
as the accident occurs ; in this way the naguisli is
soon abate I ; loithe as often as once in five min
utes, say three or four times, and you will seldom
have any trouble.
Tho bites nnd scratches of dogs no I cats are
soon cured by bathing with tbe Pain Killer, clear.
CALIFORNIA AND SALEM
A mount A pplicable ron R edemption , $15,000.
i I am now ready to sell anything in my line at tbe
(Fifteen Thousand Dollars.)
: lowest cash price. Persons wishing t > buy goods
> will find it greatly to their advantage to examine
T p . kascp . er ' s O ffice ,
our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as lam
S alem , O regon , July 3d, 1871. j
I determined not to be undersold by any house iu
OEALED proposals will bv received by the un j Jackson county.
kJ darsigned. at bis office in Salem, until August
5th, 1871, f»r the surrender < f Relief Bonds, is
iSfif'Givc me a call, and then judge for your-
sued under provisions of an Act of the Legislative
Assembly ot the State ot Oregon, granting relief to ;scl! as to our capacity to furnish goods as above.
JAS. T. GLENN.
v iluntcvrs of this Stato enlisted in tbe service of
t! <: Unite I States, approved Octobar 24th, 1861, nt
the lowest rate, not exceeding par value, as may
redeem the greatest number of Bonds. Bids to in
« » '.ub'ic sniritrd gentlemen will Ink'
clude interest to date of surrender, and to be ad
L. 1 LE1SHC INER,
:u lim d and «tart a sub»cripli‘»i
FpiIE IMPORTED PERCHERON OR NOR
Treasurer of State, Salem, Oregon.
<.f lie. df-’i’ute in Yrvk t. L» 1 HAMLIN—July 3d, 1871, to the wife of Win.
I man horse will be kept the coming season,
commencing February 1st. ut my farm, neur Ash
•• i>e<udv ol Yreka that we Stmp-i-
ILimlin. a daughter.
land, on the stage road, till April 1st. From and
i Ze ** M-U'clv and gu’be •mtiaily with <>ui
after April 1st to July 1st—Tuesdays and Wednes
days—at tbe stable of Kearnes A Wilson, Jackson
»,’ 1 f r.ii.i uvighlior« in their great misfortune
ville ; Fridays and Saturdays at my larm.
A dm 'M hif . d axd D ischarged .—John M DOLLARHIDE—In Jackson county, July 3'1,
D vie aliat Alien was up before Justice! 1871. Mrs. Julie Ann Dollarbidc, wife of Henry I
Oregon street, opposite Otirbeck’s Hospital,
C. Dollarhide. aged 26 years.
Wade, on the 5th inst.. to answer a charge
imported from France by the Darby Plains
i JACKSON VII.I,E, OGN. ' I W.is
r>f «««suit with h deadly weapon committed]
Company of Union county, Ohio, in
Jacksonville Market Prices,
¡July last. I purchased him in November, and
on Owen C’ovle on the 4’h inst. Fr»m the:
Reported and corrected weekly for the D emocratic
shipped him, with
evidence of Mr. Coyle hitusdf, nnd other cir-l T imes by Sachs Bro«.. Whol.-alc xndRctail dealers
c'lins’ancee. it appearing that D»yle was] in Drvgoous, Clothing, Groceries, Provisions.
One Full Blood and two three-quarter
•‘cel-’bratmg’’ too much only, nnd had really
blood Perchcr>n marce,
n» inientrnn to d > Larin, he was lectured and
byrail to Chico. Cal. He is a light, dapple gray, 5
<li’ch «rged mid told to go nnd »in no more S ugars —Crushed A "f? fb............
years old the coining Spring; weighed when ship
S F Golden C
II- went nnd didn't “stand in the order ol
ped in Ohio, 1,680 lbs., at at maturity, in good
Sandwich Is I! < «
25($2* rpiIIS favorite stablo La. been reopened and condition, will
Corral!—C»«tn Rico 4 <
Fresh Ground « «
L zctvrk —M-s Cur- •• F Y’>unw, M D.
$ i 25f^l 50
ed to- <>f the IVoinan'.e Pacific C>>nxt Journal, T eas —Young Hyson
. i 006^1 25
lias large, broad, fleet limbs, good disposition,
wil’ lectu-e this evening a’ the Cimr’ lL'ii«'* F lour —100 ft.......
countenance, fine style, good action, nnd
in »hi« plw-e. Siilij<*ct—>m l nh'i'-<‘- <)
has never been bred to any extent.
Ci: ai ki : r < T* lb .........
AIC'h»l.” Thi« lertnr«’s verv high v «pok*» C andi . i . s '¡4 B"X......
While tn the East hunting for a horse to bring
5 506 5t‘
this coast, I saw nineteen imported Percherou
of by the pres«.
hnve space on'v f »r the
SADDLE HORSES horses,
and I am satisfied The Wh.to Prine f*
4 5t'@'i Ou
- u . t r» i oo f> .....
following, taken from ’be MarveviHe Appr il: S aler » tc ■f» lb...
For hire on reason ;b’c terms.
“The le ture was eh quetif, lo ’ie i' a d ,e-io • *oD < r* lb ...........
FORM, SIZE. STYLE AND ACTION
The largest corral in the town is attached to the
i 00@l 511 «table. Teamsters will find ample accommoda
Surpasses them all. In this selection I was a»,
Mrs. Y >nn2 will al-o lecinre nt P i*en>x n VALIS’ KM A M atcu : ç»
tion for their animals at all times. Hursci board- .•kted by Mr. Jas. Fullington. cx-President Ohio
a 0 (a, , 5 el on r-»«»nable terms
G K I.M A X
Sunday afternoon and evening.
State Agricultural Society, said to ce as good a
PEARSON A McINTYRE.
judge of this stock asany porson in the United
States. lie was one of the first importers, is fa
Mr. L. ZlQLR» wan not •• srrioaslv ir-
miliar with their endurance in France, and their
jured ns we sappoerd. Thr n'-eident occur-1 B acon ••
l ita IS
breeding qualities in Ohio.
Those who have read in tho American Agri-
red in this wi«e : H<* und°rt<» k t • ki'l fish • t Loto “
i-WTEIi “ lb ................................
cultHrint nnd other agricultural papers, know the
the Big B»r work« by mnn* ot a “Giant E ggs
hilo gasman takes tuts method world-wide reputation ot
of informing his friends, and the public gen
Powder Cartridge.’’ thrown into the rivet. C hkksk 'pt. ib..................................
erally, that he has opened a Meat Market on Cali
Ar plus —Dried p» lb.............. .....
Tbe eartridge exploded while he was in th* t P eaches —••
18@20 fornia Street, opposite the United States Hotel,
net of throwing it. and took off the end« nf llox.T "fi Ib...................................
v8@50 where may be found at all times the best of—
two of the fingers of hit left I and. We are
I would here say, that well informed horsemen who
acquainted with this Hock, f-aid Tho White
glniFto learn that no greu'er damage was in I P otatoes p! th.................................
(Fresh A Corned)
Prince was as promising a young horse as they
Mr. Zigler inform« us that tin O nions 'ft ft ..............................
hud ex er seen imported. T > those who are not
posted as to their bi-tory, tho
work« on Big Bar are rapidly approaching
HOW HIGH IS THAT 1
THE NEW FOOD.
Corner of California and Third St».,
L. HORNE, Proprietor,
egs leave to inform the public
that he has the largest, best, and most com
modious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
You can suit yourself in STRAW and CASSJ-
It is located in the central part of Jacksonville ; MERE HATS, Clothing of all Description, LIN
stages fraiu tbe North nnd ¡south leave regularly EN COATS, BOOTS and SHOES, and a general
frvia tbe U. S. 11'JTEL.
assortment of Gents’ Furnishing Goods.
We call special attention to our extensive stock
The House has lately been re painted, and reno of Ladies, Misses and Children's California Mad«
vated ; tbe rooms are newly furnished, and well Shoes.
The bedrooms are supplied with
SPbING BEDS, aDd every other convenience for
All those GOODS, as well as our large stock of
tbe comforts of guests.
Groceries, Tobacco and Liquors, will be sold at
very low prices for CASH, and to PROMPT,
PA YING CUSTOMERS.
BOARD AND LODGING
firBe Sure and Call on U«. Cooda
Can bo bad at reasonable rates, according to th«
Shown with Pleasure-®?
Tthey havebcen kept ns a distinct breed for more
than a century, and undoubtedly trace to tho Ara
bian, and huve sever«! infusions of
May 6th, ISTI.
Will be supplied with the best the market can af
THE TABLE ROCK SALOON«
Wintjen & Helms, Proprietors.
Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
for their comfort and convenience, as well as every
attention and comfort usually found at a well kept
Oregon St., next to Odd Fellow«* Bvlldlng*
A LARGE HALL
> <ESSRS. WINTJEN A HELMS BEG TO
ly I inform their friends and tho public generally
Is attached to the Hotel, for Dalls, Meetings,
they have thoroughly refitted their saloon,
Shows, Ac., and can be had at reasonable terms.
and reduced tbe price of liquors to
The Hotel is furnished with a bar room where1
the very best liquors nnd cigars may bo found, at 1.
Hi INI "
prices to suit the times.
Jacksonville, Ogn., Jan. Sth, 1871.
They will be happy to have their friends “«all
1 and smile.”
CHEAP FOR CASH!
English Ale and Porter,
KAREWSKI, HAVING JUST OPENED together with the finest brand« of liquors sad si-
• a largo slock of
gars always on hand.
50 Points of Billiards for Drinks«
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
April 1st, 1870. aprl-tf.
Gold Hill Quartz Mining Company«
DOOTS A SHOES,
French Writers Say
A large assortment of FANCY GOODS ; la
fact, everything ven want from * NEEDLE to •
FINE SILK DREbS.
rpilERE IS DELINQUENT UPON THB
fl following described Stock, an account of as
sessment levied on Aug. 22d, 1868, March 27th,
1689, June 14th, 1870, nnd November 8th, 1870.
PAINTS A OILS.
these several amounts ret opposite the names of
the respective Shareholders, as follows :
No. C’tifctes. Share«. Amt
John McLaughlin............ 21.............. .50....... $87 50
22.......... 30....... S3 50
23.......... 10....... IT 50
And in accordance with law and an order
of the Beard of Trustees, made on the 3d of Jun«,
1871, so many of the Share« of each parcel of
said Stock as may be necessary, will be sold at th«
Company's Office, ut Sachs Bros. Store, Jackson-
’ | ville, Oregon, on Saturday, July 8th, 1871, at th«
°f 2 Z o ’ clock p. m.
id . of said
eaid day, to pay th«
Corner of Oregon and Main Streets, offers1 hour
with cost of ad
bargains, such as have not been offered before at
vertising and expenses of «ale.
IKE SACHS, Sec’y.
This stock is fresh nnd of tho best quality, and
Jacksonville, June 5th, 1871.
CASO purchasers will do well to call on him.
‘‘Quick Sales & Small Profits.”
THE BRICK STORE, ]
In the last century. It is that which gives them
their endurance, style, form and action.
SAUSAGES, Ac., Ac.
‘"He has not such a fine skin as the Arab, nor
his prettily rounded, oval, and small foot ; but
Jacksonville, Ogn., April 15th, 1871.
wo must remember the fact that ho lives under a
cold climate upon elevated plains, where nature
gives him for a covering a thicker skin and a
warmer coat, and that he has bceu for years step
ping upon moist, clayey soil.”
TERMS $35 in U. S. gold coin, tbe season.
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN Ap
nd see iiis fine stock of new Good pasturage, with good fence, near here, at 50
pointed by the County Court of Jackson coun
Goods direct from the manufacturers.
taken in exchange for goods. Also ground salt in
Oregon Administrator of the Estate of G«br«l
sec my stock and judge for themselves.
50 and 100 lbs. sacks, and fine Liverpool salt.
H c has a One lot o
Lemon, deco’d, all persons having claims against
W. C. MYER.
January 7th, 1871.
said Estate nre required to present them with th«
Ashland Mills, Ogn., January 25th, 1871.
proper vouchers within six months from the dat«
Prices from $20 to $110, cash.
of this notice, to me at my office in said county.
C. W. KAHLER, Administrator.
A New Lot of
Jacksonville, Juno 16th, 1871.
AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES I
■WTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
y instructions of john s drum ,
Just from the Factory.
undersigned will on Saturday, tbe first day
all the notes and accounts due tbe firm of
of July, 1871, at the residence of Orson A. Stearns,
Drum & Co. will be placed in the hands of
He ia agent for th« host Rifles and Pistols made, near Link river, Jackson county, Oregon, sell to
an attorney for collection, if not paid in thirty
among which is the
the highest bidder for cash two small mules, the days.
IIE UNDERSIGNED HAS ONB LARG1
TTfmKfFL V R.I FX j XL
property of C. 0. Boxley. Said property will bo
May 26th, 1S71.
freight wagon for sale. Also on« sett teata
Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load sold to satisfy a loin of $80 00 for keeping and
harness, new. The »bore property can be se«n at
the U. S. Hotel, Jacksonville. Twai «f sal*
Sale to commence at 3 o'clock in the afternoon
lanks of all description pan e..b, .»4 .»• >««¡.4« t>UIS HOM«.
All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and of said day.
printed with neatness and dispatch at this of
Repairing done to ordor at half price.
Jewksonvllle, M«y 13th, 18TX-
Jackscartll«, May 18» 1M6-
Call at J. Neuber’s