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couple, but feel sorry for Sheridan. How upon the fulfillment of his contract with
all his usual energy. We wish him suc
ever, his loss is Brown’s eternal gain.
cess and hope that he may make a hand
some profit from his venture.
^SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26,1871.
H mk I iims Agent
HOFFMAN & KLIPPEL
JAS. T. GLENN,
idan” is no more. “U inpqua Sall” has and other material, and his advertisment
Öl’ JOctnorratiq O'imcs. I departed.
We congratulate the happy for men, proves that he is about to enter
LETTER FROM ROSEBURG.
OFFICIAL PAPER M JACKS« CBU1TY.
E JUST RECEIVED AND
From the Eugene City Guard:
R oseburg , O regon , Aug. 24, ’71.
On last Sunday evening a Mrs. Deflen-
MARRIAGES IN HIGH LIFE
backer, residing in Siuslaw valley, left Eo. T imes : Your paper having a JACKSONVILLE, OREGON;
home, with a child aliout one year old, good many subscribers in this county, I
We take great pleasure in chronicling
to meet her husband who had early in. thought that a few lines from here would
the fact that several marriages in high
not be uninteresting.
life have taken place in this vicinity. the day gone to the house of a neighbor.
We are constantly receiving a goodly
The following have been duly recorded on
she had proceeded but a quarter of a mile portion of the immigration to this State.
the records in the County Clerk’s office :
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE
when her attention was attracted to the Families from California and the Eastern
August 2, 1871, Frank Silver and singular action of a young dog which ac- States are settling around us in large
in notifying his friends and the public gener
tnat he is now receiving and opening a very
“Nancy,” an Indian woman.
| companied her. f"
She stopped to admire numi)ers most of whom are hardy and (urge and extensive stock of
August 2, 1871, Edward Langley and and wonder at his clownish gymnastics. industrious people, which adds much to
Her wonder, however, was soon changed
“Betsy,” an Indian woman.
consternation, for on looking up she the prosperity of our county. This STAPLE DRY GOODS
Asgust 14, 1871, Thomas Brown and , discovered
in a tree, at a distance of about proves that we already feel the benefit of
“Sarah Kane” alias “Umpqua Sall” alias forty feet from the ground, a large cougar
the coming railroad.
j in the attitude of springing upon her. She
Our village has been unusually dull for
Of the above our limited space will on I realized her dangerous condition, and a month or two. Harvesting is now over,
| knew the safety of herself and child de
ly permit us to briefly notict>one. “Ump pended on her coolness, She fixed her I and tlie farmers are busily engaged in
qua Sall,” or the “Widow Sheridan,” like eyes upon the monster and retreated un threshing the grain. They say that the
all the brides above mentioned, is a til she reached a field near the residence wheat crop yield will exceed that of CALIFORNIA AND SALEM
member of The family of the illustrious ' of Mr. Barlow, where she shouted until former years. Hay and oats will not be
Mr. A. J. Barlow put in his appearance.
Mr. Lo, a personage whom the poet Pope i On learning the state of affairs he pro- more than an average crop.
I cured a gun and speedily put an end to The improvement of the Umpqua river
j the “insect,” which measured nine feet will soon be commenced. Mr. Clark, the
-------------- “Saw God in the clouds,
And heard him in the winds.”
contractor, has advertised for five hun
From the Corvalles Gazette:
Mr. Pope also says of him—
i R. B. Peake, indicted at last term of dred men. He says lie intends to rush
“His soul proud science never taught to stray,
i the Benton County Circuit Court for tak the work on as rapidly as possible, and
Far as the Solar walk or milky way.”
Boot« and Shoes; Ladle«’, Miasea’
and Childrens’ Shoe«.
—a fact which certain benighted whites ing from her father’s house, in this coun thinks it will be completed by early this
in Oregon express no hesiteucy in believ ty, a girl under sixteen years of age, for Fall. This is good news for our citizens,
W k hare also in connection with the above a very
ing, for they somewhat irreverently as the purpose of marriage, was arrested at for if the work is finished before the com Large and Extensive Stock of Choice _
sert that the souls of the’Lo’family obey I Astoria by Special Deputy Sheriff W. J. ing winter it will furnish means for
the laws of gravitationjand go in the oppo j Robertson on the Sth inst., and brought transportation for six months this sea CROCERIES,
site direction from the “Solar walk and I to this place. Bonds were given for ap son.
pearance at next term of Court, and de I learn from several gentlemen who
HAY FORKS and RAKES,
milky way” which are currently suppoe- fendant discharged.
PATENT CROSS CUT and BUCK RAWS
ed to be in the vicinity of Heaven.
From the States Rights Democrt:
WOODEN and STEEL BARLEY FORKS, HAND SAWS, SHELF HARDWARE,
But we digress. Mrs. B. came of the
A Yamhill girl came near being much
GRAPE VINE CRADLES,
First Families of Oregon, and is connected married last week. Two men appeared at work, and the prospect fine. I saw a
NAILS OF ALL SIZES,
PAINTS, OILS and VARNISH,
with that branch of the Lo family which, 1 as claimants for her hand upon her wed specimen of tlie quartz, which is very
GLASS and PUTTY,
until a comparative recent date, inhabit ding day; but one of them, when he
ed the pleasant valleys of the Umpqua— found h<\w much she thought of the other ’»vhned it will prove richer than any
HATCHETS and HAMMERS,
hence “Umpqua Sall”—from time imme I fellow, withdrew from the contest and mine that has heretofore been discovered
I TRAYS and BOWLS.
let the wedding scour along, The first jn Oregon.
morial, w he ret he male members employed child
ought to be named for that noble I ];eai estate is now at a low figure, but
themselves in the noble and manly toils youth.
i promises not to remain sc long.
Window Gia««, Nall«, Iron and
of the chase—hunting not only four-foot
A young Harrisburg i gentleman,; Yours,
Steel, Cast and Steel Plow«
ed game, but the portable property and last Sunday took his girl out buggy'
Wooden and Willow
Ware, Etc., Etc.
top-knots of their enemies, even* now riding, and got his horse mired in the F ires .—Dalles City was almost
and then, while the beauteous daughters mud, and after he got out tried to wipe destroyed by tire on the 17th inst. ; loss,
whiled the time away by digging camas his horse off with his pocket handker- $100,000. Among the losers we regret
I am now ready to sell anything in my line at the
and taking care of the horses, dogs, wik-i- chief.
i to see the names of Ur. C. B. Brooks, lowest
price. Persons wishing to buy good.«
ujirt and papi>osses. In an evil hour A friend of ours, traveling through the'formerly of Jacksonville, and Judge L. will find cash
it greatly to their advantage to examine
some of the Lo family playfully took the • country the other day, saw a beautiful L. McArthur. Dr. Braokslost his books our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I am
not to be undersold by any house in
scalps of certain white pilgrims, who were young lady in her father’s harvest field, alKj furniture valued at $1,200. Judge determined
fooliug around them, trying to get as far making a full hand at binding along with McArthur lost his library, &e., valued at
j&iT-Give me a call, and then judge for your
away from civilization as possible, and the men. Her soft little hands were en- $1,945.
as to our capacity to furnish goods as above.
the United States Government officiously . encased in stout gloves, and she was just A fire broke out in the saddler shop of
JAS. T. GLENN.
intermeddled in these innocent amuse- i making the golden stalks of grain fairly Iaimpson & Co., in Salem, at 12 M., Aug,
ASSORTED IRON AND STEEL,
fly through her fingers. This modern
mvnts of the Los, and after placing the Ruth will surely soon find her Boaz.
21st, next door to the Statesman office,
SUBMERGED & DOUGLAS PUMPS,
illustrious and ancient family to serious (
We have in our office a new feature in completely destroying the shop, and dam
annoyance, in order to save the whites
CAST-IRON WASH KETTLES,
the wheat line, called the “Goose, aging the adjoining building. The total
from utter destruction, which the wrath
Wheat,” the grains of which are remar loss did not exceed $2,000. The fireman
of the Los was bound to cause, the latter kable for size, if nothing else—a few of did well to stay the flames,
To Buy Goods
removed to Yamhill at the invitation of them measuring half an inch in length.! The MeClinkev House, in Rockville,
SKILLETS AND TEA-KETTLES,
the said United States. Here Mrs. B., i It is estimated that when well cultivated adjoining Oregon City, and occupied by
then a gay and festive maiden, met her this wheat will yield seventy-five bush- Mrs. Finney, was burnt to ashes on Aug.
BRASS & ENAMELED KETTLES,
fate in the shape of the now famous Lieut. ,
els te the acre. It is said to have “got 20th. A few articles of bedding and
Gen. Sheridan, then a youthful, impres
its start” by a wild goose having been clothing are all that were saved. The
sible and susceptible Lieutenant, station- i killevl on Puget Sound, many years ago, cause of the fire was accidental,
ed at Fort Hoskins, in that county. . in whose stomach was found two grains j
Stricken by the charms of the dark-eyed of wheat which were duly sown and from I Wm. Davidson, Esq., Real Estate
daughter of the Umpquas, the soldier
Agent, of this city, has placed us under
which arose the seed. The specimen in
surrendered at once. It was a case of
obligations to him for a copy of the list
our possession came from the farm of
love at first sight. They were
Martin Rainwater, near this city, who of premiums of the Oregon State Fair, to
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE.-^
raised about a quarter of an acre this be held at Salem, October next. Mr.
“Two souls with but a single thought,
year. W. L. Yantis will send specimens Davidson exhibits a real enterprise, FANCY, STAPLE & DR7 GOODS
Two hearts that beat as one:”
of this cereal to the St. Louis Fair this
and a marriage ceremony, sanctioned and i fall, where it will doubtless create much I worthy of all commendation, by circulat Clothing,
recognized by the Lo family, but repudi astonishment among the farmers of the ing far and near whatever of public doc
Jacksonville. June 10th. 1871.
Boots & Shoes,
. uments he believes will do good and ac
ated by the “Bostons,” followed. The Mississippi Valley.
union was blessed by a beauteous daugh Wm. Gird has the prettiest span Of commodate the people of this growing
ter, who, after trying the matrimonial cream-colored buggy ponies that we have State. Jay Cook & Co. acknowledge,
yoke with several parties, none of whom ever seen in Oregon. They are such through a letter to Mr. Davidson, their
KAREWSKI, HAVING JUST OPENED
suited, is for the present taking charge of perfect matches that Bill had to cut a
, a large stock of
the household of a gentleman on Jackson scar on one of them to distinguish him promise in return to do all they can to
Corner California and Fourth St«.
develop Portland and Oregon and Wash
from the other.
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
ington Territory.— Christian Aduocate.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT-
From the State Journal:
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But alas ! Ijove’s young dream was
1 hilly inform their friends and the publie gen
Eugene City wants water works.
erally ¡hat they have purchased the above o«tab-
T he D emocratic T imes .—We inad
rudely broken by the din of civil war,
llishuicnt of Mr. Dan. Cawley, which will be
They have “common rock” (!!) in the vertantly omitted to mention the en
OF THE BEST QUA 1TY,
BOOTS A SHOES,
and early in 1861, inexorable duty sum Bohemia
henceforward conducted under their constant per
mines that assays $2,600 per largement and improvement of this pa
sonal supervision, and they guarantee «atisfaetton
moned tlie young warrior from the arms i ton.
per last week. It is now printed on new
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY.
to all who may favor them with their patronage.
of his bride to the dangers of the field. I The Good Tempters have been perform and beautiful tyjie and presents an aj>-
These stables are centrally located, and within
pearance decidedly pleasing and neat.
Words are inadequate to describe that ing in Eugene City.
convenient distance of the various houses of publie
entertainment. Horses or mules will bo boarded
parting. Homer described the parting of One day last week a large female cou- The T imes is a sound Democratic paper, (Corner California and Oregon Street«,)
and cared for, by the day or week, at moderate
and is not afflicted with the “New Depar-
Hector and Andromache, and Virgil that ger attacked a young child of Mr. Wal ! ture” to “any great extent.” We wish it May 1st, 1869.
They have the largest stock in Oregon,
rAINTS A OILS.
I south of Portland, of
of Eneas and Dido, but both together den’s, Lost Creek.
could not describe the terrible anguish, were playing in the yard, and the ani
the agony, the strife between love and mal approached and tried to carry off a The Jacksonville T imes comes to hand
this week in a new dress, and very much TT. 8. HOTE
teams, for hira ou rtuts-
duty, fame and conubial bliss, the love of child about two years old. Mr. Walden improved in appearance. This is a real
Sales & Small Profits.” with single or double
the husband and the honor of the soldier. saw the danger, and picked up the child ; live Democratic paper, and we wish its
The latter triumphed, however, and the when the couger followed around for publishers all success.—J?. G. Guard.
GOOD SADDLE HORSES 4s HULU
Comer of California and Third St*.,
war-like Lieutenant, feeling for the buck quite a time, endeavoring to catch it,
Which will be hired to go to any part of
not seeming to care to attack the older
le of his belt with tear-blinded eyes, fas children.
the country at moderate rates.
After a time a neighbor suc
Ii. HORNE, Proprietor,
Animals bought and sold, and horse« broil« to.
tened on his saber, seized his hat, pas ceeded in dispatching the animal.
saddle or harness.
To all whom it may concern :
egs leave to inform the public
sionately kissed his dusky bride and her
From the Ptaindcalev :
E have sold our Jackson Salt Works to John
that he has the largest, best, and most eom- Corner of
REAMES k WILSON..
fat pappoos, and rushed forever from
Sizemore, with the intention of leaving Ore
bargains, such as have not been offered before at
u odious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
Mr. Hallett passed over the line of the
May 7th, 1870.
gon as soon as we can settle our business. We
that wik-i-up. She, rendered frantic by railroad this week, and was at Oakland
This stock is fresh and of the best quality, and
tender our thanks to the people of Jackson oounty
her loss, made a break for the first pine on Wednesday. He says the track will for the patronage that has been given us. The It is located in the central part of Jacksonville ; CAS'I purchasers will do well to call on him.
stages from the North and South leave regularly
Notice of Final Settlement.
tree, and there and then proceeded to be laid to the one hundred and eighty business will bo carried on by Mr. Sizemore.
from the U. S. HOTEL.
BROWN A FULLER.
adorn the head and face of herself and mile-post by January’. This is within
N the County Court of the State of Oregon for
The House has lately been re painted, and reno
child with a thick coat of pitch after the three quarters of a mile of Oakland. By
Jackson county, (sitting in probata Auguat 1«V
vated ; the rooms are newly furnished, and well
1871.) In the matter of the estate of Gabriel
manner of the Lo family when they far the heaviest piece of work yet to be
The bedrooms are supplied with taken in exchange for goods. Also ground salt in
SPl ING REDS, and every other convenience for 50 and 100 lbs. sacks, and Cue Liverpool salt.
mourn. Hence the widow Sheridan. done is on the Smith divide, six miles Hegemau’« Cordial Elixir of Calisaya the
Wm. W. Brown, administrator of «aid «state,
Six mortal weeks she wore this garb of north of Oakland. A large force will be
having filed in said Court bis final aooount for «et-
A pleasant cordial which strengthens and im
tlement.and also praying for an order for totting the
BOARD AND LODGING
woe, and that in the summer time ! But at work there within a very few days. proves the digestion, an excellent preventive of
time for hearing the same ; therefore notice it here
her lover forgot his dark-browed darling Mr. Hallett’s contract for the construc fevors, fever and ague, Ac., and a great renovator Can be had at reasonable rates, according to the
by given that said final account will be hoard and
tonic for invalids and debilitated persons. He-
determined in said Court on Tuoaday, the 8th day
amid the din of wax and the blandishments tion of eighty miles of road is the heavi and
ever taken by one man in the United geninn A Co., New York, sole manufacturers..Sold
of September, 1871, at which time all persons hav
of her fairer sisters, and did not return est
ing any objections to said final aooount and aettle-
States, and he knows how to build rail by druggists.
to his desolate bride. Then she resolved roads.
ment must then and there make to the lame.
By order of T. H. B. Shipley, Judge of «aid
to tear the image of the deserter from
Will be supplied with the best the market ean af
On last Saturday, at Portland, Major
SILAS J. DAT, Clerk.
her heart. She arose and washed the Roberts opened the bids for doing the
“IS MY MOTTO.”
Y act of the Legislature of the State of Oregon,
pitch out of her hair and off her face, Umpqua river improvements. The bids
approved October 25th, 1870, appointing a
AM SELLING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
adorned the latter with alternate streaks were as follows : R. LorJ, $15 ; Cart
Board of Equalization for the adjustment of the tax
of Saddles and Harness cheaper than ever was
of blue and red paint, and took another wright, $8.65 ; Jas. Walton, $7 ; Van roll for the different counties of the aforesaid State. Can find at this IIouso rooms especially arranged
offered before in Jacksonville. “Seeing is believ
Therefore this is to give notice that the said Board for their comfort and convenience, as well as every ing.” Give me a call before purchasing else
husband on trial. Misfortunes never Buren & McClellan, $6.98; Wm. B. of
Equalization will meet the tax-payers of Jack- attention and comfort usually found at a well kept
come singly, however, and we shudder Clarke, $6.95 ; Capt. Wm. Turnbull, $6,- son county on the last Monday in August, 1871, Hotel.
to mention the number of male brutes 73. Capt. Turnbull, failing to give at the Clerk’s office in Jacksonville,
for the purpose of correcting any errors that may
A LARGE HALE
that much distressed woman was com bonds, the contract was awarded to Mr. have occurred in the assessment of lands, Jots or
he undersigned respectfully in -
pelled to experiment with before she fi Clarke. We are glad to learn that a per other property either in value or ownership, and Is attached to the Hotel, for Balls, Meetings, done with neatness and dispatoh.
forms the citicens of Jacksonville and «nrronnd-
said board will oontinus its sittings until the Shows, Ao., and can be had at reasonable terms.
nally found a husband to her taste. But son from this county has obtained the that
ing country, that be is now manufacturing, and
Jacksonville, Jan. 14th, 1871.
examination of the assessment roll is completed.
will constantly keep on hand, the very beat of
the gods were propitious finally, and after contract. Mr. Clarke is the energetic All those feeling themselves aggrieved by over as The Hotel is furnished with a bar room where
Lager Beer. Those who wish a cool gl«M of beer
of the Cole’s Valley Steam Saw sessment will appear before said board and state
a trial of one year she concluded her last owner
the very best liquors and cigars may bo found, at
Mill, and is of course interested in the their grievances.
lanks of ale description should give me a call.
prices to suit the times.
Jacksonville, June 12th, 1888.
would do to tie to, and hence the mar navigation of the river. We understand
Assessor for Jackson oounty, Oregon.
printed with neatnen and dispatch at this of
Jacksonville, Ogn., Jan. 8th, 1871.
Juno 12th- ly.
riage we announce. The “Widow Sher- that he has already ordered his powder
LOW PRICES WILL WIN.
Cook Stores, Different Styles
Fuse and Caps, Rifle á Blasting Powder
HOFFMAN & KLIPPEL
LIVERY & SALE STABLE
THE BRICK STORE,
GRERT SUMMER TONIC
And Small Profits,