SPECIAL NOTICES, jLease of County RoacL FIRST ANNUAL F.llR JACKSON C’<L clothim '¡’ he S kating R ink .—Prof. Kimball, —..... -g? consisting of one suit of under AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. clothing, one tucked shirt ami one tuck has removed this institution to the old: ed underskirt, exhibited by Miss Emma saloon on Oregon street, north of the Ar N aciordanco with an order of tbe County Cou:l Award of Premiums. for Jackson County, Oregon, made at the Oc Beach; superior knit socks by Mrs. kansas stable. Those who arc curious to SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14,1871. tober term, 1871, sealed proposals will be received Houck ; oil painting on glass, Arabian notice the decline and fall of the human i at the Clerk’s Office in said county, until Wednes * WILLIAM DAVIDSON, THOMAS BOYCE, No. 30 (Second I Class 1—No premium having been of system, by AV. F. Drannan; cassimere race, would do well to visit the rink, and day at 12 o’clock, M., the 9th day of Norembe. . A. D., 1S71, for the leasing of so much of tl toer.) Merchant’s Exchange, California Street, fered for three year old stallions of this and flannel cloths, breakfast, opera and if they want to decline and fall a little County Road running from the Hill Farm to Los* below Montgomery, is our duly authorized agent class, and Mr. E. F. AValker having en themselves, a line opportunity is offered. River, as is embraced between the following points : stullion, Jake, in this class, on | *■"<? ’ ‘ y' “ ""'- •> “ <'» I-laid dress goods, for Sa« Francisco. tered his Commencing at the 4 mile-post about 1 mile above I I ¡crochet slippers, ventilated garters, etc,, From our observations we are led to the M. Colwell’s place, aud terminating at the 45 mile, recommendation of the Judges, a spccia Office, No. «1 Front Street, HUDSON A MENET, are our duly author by Sachs Bros belief that the tendency of man and wo post—a distance of 41 miles. To be leased to anv I ised Agents in the Atlantia States. Office, 41 premium often dollars was awarded him person or corporation to open, improve and kee ? man kind is downward. This is a stem I tho same in good repair lor travel thereon fora pe as being the best three year old stallion % Park Raw, •’Times” Building, New York. tributi : of respect . reality. AVe have no personal proof of riod of ten years, with the right, ia consideration exhibited in this class. Mare, “Minnie REAL ESTATE in this CITY and EAST thereof, to collect tolls at one gate for travel therr- it ourselves, but we can refer to those J. M. BALTIMORE is our duly authorized PORTLAND, in the most desirable localities, con on—the road in no place to be less than 13 feet Rifle,” first premium, J. C. Tolman. agent for Portland, Oregon. who have. Young gentlemen, with fash sisting I of LOTS, HALF BLOCKS and BLOCKS, wide, where graded, and the ascent or decent of tbe Class II—Stallion, “White Prince,” road in no place to be great than 1 foot in 8—to bo ionably short coat tails, and young or old HOUSES aud STORES ; also, DANIEL GREEN is our authorized agen W hereas , the Grand Alaster of the first premium. AVhite mare, “Doll, ' constructed in a good, substantial manner, with ladies unprovided with the most ample for Josephine County. IMPROVED FARMS, and valuablo un convenient turn-outs for the passage of teams, the I with colt, first premium ; iron grey mare, L niverse has seen proper to take from us and substantial panniers, (we think a cultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts of the turn-outs on the grades to be in sight of each other; Jour beloved brother, T. R. Magruder, in “Maggie,” second premium; all by the remainder of the road to be not less than 16 pillow would be a decided improvement STATE for SALE. feet in width, rocks an other obstructions to be re LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. the vigor of his life and in cite midst of Cortez Myers. moved, and swamps to be thrown up or bridged, Class HI—Bay stallion, “Democrat,” ¡his usefulness, on Oct. 5th, 1X71. There for this purpose) have no business on the REAL ESTATE and other Property pur rink until they know how to skate. AVe chased fur Correspondents, in this CITY and and the road to be kept open and in good condition first premium, Jas. 1 landin. Bay gelding, fore, as an expression of the sense of this for travel thereon ut ail seasons of the year. Religious 'Hoticts. have known several serious cases of throughout the STATES and TERRITORIES, The bid shall specify the unit or rate of toll up “Brick Pomeroy,” first premium, J. N. 1. Lodge, be it with great care and wn the most ADVANTA on a sheep or hog which the bidder is willing to ac Miller. Mare, first premium, AVilliam Jicsoivcil, That we deeply sympathize threatened congestion of the brain, to re GEOUS TERMS. cept for keeping tbe road, and such bid shall Le sult from want of due caution in this re R» t . F athkr B lanchett will hold divine ser- Brotherton. deemed a bid for bolls as to the other items men with his aged parents, who have lost a gard. If it would not be deemed imper I HOUSES and STORES LEASED, LOANS tioned in Section 64, in proportion to such unit or vieee at the Catholie Church to-morrow, at the Class I A’—Span black geldings, first' ■ kind and affectionate son, the relatives an NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF ALL DES-| ! rate specified in Section 65, of Chapter 47, Tit’o aeaal hoar. tinent, we would suggest to Prof. Kim CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED, I 3, General Laws of Oregon. No bids will be Con premium, L. T. Davis. esteemed brother and friend, and the Ma ball to provide skates to be used by the a Generili FINANCIAL and AGENCY BUSI sidered unless accompauied by an undertaking ex Class \ ’ — Span bay geldings, premium, M eeting of T rustees .—The Board sonic Fraternity a Brother, strong to sup- performers while in a sitting posture, as NESS transacted. ecuted by two or more sufficient sureties in tbo sum of two thousand dollars, to be void upon the of Trustees will meet next Tuesday night. C. C. McClendon. Iport, patient to endure and intelligent to we notice it seems to be the most natu AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the CIT condition that, tbe bidder, if the leaso is awarded to Class A’l—Iron grey mare, two year ral and popular attitude with the major IES and TOWNS in tho STATE, will receive him, will, within ten days thereafter, or such fur D eserters .—Officers and soldiers old, first premium, J. A. Panky ; two (lireet. of FARM PROPERTY aud forward tber time as the Ceurt may allow, entor into & con liesolvtd, That as a token of our re ity of the performers. Our office is duly descriptions tbe same to tho above address. «prere in town last week, in hot pursuit of year old filly, second premium, James A. tract for keeping the road, and give the necessary spect for his memory, we, the members represented on.the rink, (but not by tbe February 4th, 1871. feb4-tf. undertaking for the faithful performance of the con deserters. Cardwell. A’carling colt, first premium, tract. The scaled bid will be opened on the said of this Lodge, will wear the usual badge editor) and we think a pair of chair skates •Jth day of November, and, if deemed expedient, C hickens .—Hon. J. N. T. Miller’s B. B. Gridin. Grey colt, “Ijouisa,” suck ‘of mourning for thirty days, and that the would suit our representative as well as the lease will be awarded to the lowest bidder, ing, first premium, AA ’ . Cortez Myers; breed of Bramahs, imported by J. I). having due reference to the fact which of them is Charter and Lodge be draped in proper any other. He only complains, howev- | best qualified for tbe undertaking. The Court re Coughlin, took the first premium at the sucking colt, second premium, F. Heber- mourning for the same length of time. 4. are er, of his “poor feet,” at which we serves the right to reject any and all bids. Class VII — “ Grey John, ” first premi Fair. JicaTilral, That a eopy of these resolu greatly surprised, lor we never knew him SILAS J. DAY, Clerk. I um, N. C. Deane ; brown horse, “Split October 10th, 1871. 4114 tions, under tho seal of this Lodge, be to fall on his feet yet. F or the L akes .—The Jacksonville Toy,” second premium, Stephen Booth. presented to the parents of our deceased String Band started for Fort Klamath Class VI11—Red Devon bull, first pre A nother .—AVe have been pained to There will be three days’ racing over the Bybee on Wednesday morning, to furnish mu mium, and Red Durham bull, second brother, and that they be entered U| khi hear of not less than two weddings course, commencing sic for a grand ball, which was to come premium, C. T. Paine. Durham cow, the record of the Lodge, and published in knocked into cocked hats during the past Thursday, November 9th, 1871. off yesetrday. “Cherry,” first premium, and Durham the Ort'(jon Scnfiiitl and D emocratic two weeks—in the one case by the lady T imes . J ohn E. R oss , 1 “skedaddling” while her swain was riding FIRST DAY—RUNNING RACE. K I°T-1 >-■ 3 B rick .—The undersigned lias just fin cow, “Rose,” second premium, John S. A lex . M artin , Com. ! Herrin. Essex boar, “ Robert Lee, ” first Single dash, one mile, fur 1-year-olds — Purse, $125. 1 night and day towards Kerhyville for a J. A. C ardwell , j ished burning a large brick kiln at his brick yard in Jacksonville, and is ready premium, AA’ni. Bybee; Essex boar, sec E xplanatory .—AV. Cortez Al yers in license ; in theother, by a sudden change SECOND DAY-TROTTING RACE. 1 p p 1 • to furnish brick to all those in need of ond premium, John A. Grieve. Essex forms us that the names, weights and ages of mind on the part of the lady on the Two-mile heats, best two in three—Purse, $150. sow, “Betty,” fust premium, Conrad wedding day. Now it becomes our pain this article. P atrick F eiiely . Mingus; Essex sow, second premium, J. oftlie span of sueking colts, which attract ful duty to chronicle another marriage THIRD DAY-RUNNING RACE. ed so much notice on the Fair grounds Mile heats, two in three—l’urse, $100. F. Winters. Lot Bramah fowls, first knocked into “pi”—this time, however, R ecovering .—We are gratified to by their beauty ami docility in harness, by the faithless swain, who, by-the-by, The above curses for all county horses, The learn that Mrs. Noland, who was injur premium, J. N. T. Miller ; lot Bramah are named as follows: The black weighs happens to be a preacher. It seems he races to be run and governed by the Jackson ed by being thrown from her horse some fowls, second premium, John A. Grieve. Machinery, Implements, etc.—Churn, 600 pounds, is 41 months old. and is nam took an affectionate leave of his lady love County Agricultural Society rules. All entries weeks since, is recovering, although [must be made on or before Saturday, October 28thf slowly. We noticed Sam Bowden also diploma, Adam Smith. Automatic ed “Reliance.” The grey is 51 months for the purpose of procuring a license. i 1871. Entries to be made with ■lltd HENRY PAPE, Jacksonville. washing machine, diploma, John Bilger. 'old, weighs 75o pounds, and called ••Lou She desired to go with him, but out of in the street. isa. ” Their beauty and kindness attracted Display of tinware, diploma, Hollman & consideration for her comfort, he pro A nother B eet that B eats the Klippel. Displayed copper ware, diplo universal admiration, and induced sever- tested he could not allow it, a%the ride1 O ther B eet .—Uncle Fred. Heber had ma, John Bilger. Display of dental work, ¡al of our ladies to decorate the handsome to Kerhyville would be too fatiguing. ' CALIFORNIA STREET, (Under Horne's Hall,) a volunteer beet, that had never been diploma, AA’. Jackson. animals with flowers. The decoration Well, he rotle oil’gaily after the piece of cultivated, on exhibition at the Fair, that Jacksonville, Oregon. Needle, Shell and AVax AA’ork—Great ' won by his animals from those fair hands, ])aper which should authorize him to en measured 24) indies in circumference, est number of articles exhibited in this is as highly prized by Air. Alyers as the ter into the “holy bonds of pmllock” that and weighed fourteen pounds. department, first premium, Miss Lillie premiums his colts deservedly gained. very evening, But, alas! he never re- HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT- S ocial B all L ast W eek .—The ball Horne. >pecimen of bead work, first “Louisa” is descended from a full bredl’rr- turned. The last heard of him he was fully inform the Ladies of Jacksonville and at Veit Shutz’ Hall on Friday of last premium, Miss Carrie Beach. Two patch chcron mare, now owned by Ain- Myers. crossing the mountains in a direction vicinity, that they have just received from San week, for the benefit of the Jacksonville work quilts, first premium, Alary A. She was awarded several premiums at diflerent from Kerhyville, to fill an ap- Francisco their Fall Stock of Millinery Goods, and are prepared to furnish their.customers with ‘be String Band, was a successful affair, a Chambers. Lot wax flowers, first pre State Fairs in Ohio, and so has b.ercolt-. pointment. Tlio most charitable con- latest styles of H ats , B oskets , H ats and B on net S hapes , ¿ c . Also a new and fine assort large number of persons of both sexes mium, Misses Flora and Clam Smith. “Reliance” descends from a three-quar struction to be placed on his conduct ter 1 ’ ercheron mare, purchased in Ohio, Embroidered table spread, diploma, Miss that he forgot his pastoral duties in the ment of being present. Ida Beach. Tatting case, diploma, Mi» and now in this county, also owned by mid t <>f his love-making, and only re- F rost .—Heavy frost made its appear Ida Beach. Two lamp mats, diploma, Mr. Alyers. 11 is Percheron stallion, membered them when about to con- TRIMMINGS, ance last week, and the weather lias Miss Carrie Beach. Patch work quilt, di “AVhite Prince,” is the oniv imported sumate his nuptials when he hadn’t FLOWERS, been quite cool, rendering fires a good ploma, Alary A. Chambers. AVhite time to send back word to his forsaken RIBBONS, thing in a family. With the approach quilt, diploma, Mary A. Chamber-. damsel. So many of tin so little breaks of cold weather we exjiect to notice un Beaded Uornicopia, diploma, Mi» Annie A N ew AV av <» p P i tting I t .—One of occurring so close together constrains us ORNAMENTS, usual activity in the matrimonial mar Miller. Lot of linen fabrics, diploma, the prominent citizens o£ our county, say, with the bewildered Dutchman, whom we shall call I y the unfamiliar ket. TIDIES, Mrs. Elizabeth AA’eiss. Two patch work “.’•line Gott, vot a beebles 1” name of Tom Jones, has a Chinese cook A n E xample to tiie S uffrage quilts, diploma, Airs. L. .1. AVhite. NECKLACES, in hi- employ, who is entitlc'l to the pre- A gricultural F air R aces .—L ast Agricultural Products Best display of S lingers .—Mrs. John Weiss, of this , i lium for modesty. Some few days atm D ay .—Trotting race, mile heats, best BEADS, city, had some linen fabrics on exhibi wheat, first premium, AV. J. Plymaie; it w:.< noticed by one of the neighbors of two in three. Purse, $100, $50 added by and other articles in our line PEARL too numerous to tion at the Fair, which have a curious second premium, F. Al. Plymaie. Best I Tom Jones, that this cook made it a mention. the Society. MISSES A. F. and L. A. KENT. history. She sowed the flax from which display of oats, fir-t premium, F. AL Ply- 'practice to come uninvited mid sleep J. N. T. Miller enters b. g. “Brick Jacksonville, October 13th, 1871. if male. Best display of 12 ears of corn, they were made, and pulled, broke, wove with tl'.e neighbor's Chinaman. Thisbc- Pomeroy.” Notice of Final Settlement. and manufactured it with lier own hands lir-t premium, F. AL Plymaie; second ing an unusual occurrence, naturally ex » John Miller enters b. g. “Dan.” AND— into the articles on exhibition, which premium. Alarion Taylor. Best display i cited the euriositv of the neighbor’s H. 1’ape enters b. h. “Joe Hooker.” In tho County Court, for the State of Oregon, for of barley, first premium, AV. J. Plymaie ;| were of excellent workmanship. We ¡family, whose hospitalities lie was j>ar- First heat, won by “Brick Pomeroy, I Jackson County. (Sitting in I’robatc, October would like to see the woman trotted out second premium, Conrad Mingus. Best j taking of thus uninvited, and the China- “Dan” second, “Joe Hooker” last. Time 5th. 1871.) display of white beans, first premium, C. I who can beat tiiat ! I In the matter of the Estate of Joshua II. Sterne, - man was accordingly called up for an in 3:19. deceased. C. McClendon. Display of five or more terview, which proceeded thusly: “Tom Second heat, won by “Brick,” QTLAS ■ - j. - DAY ~ — . administrat - ■ ■ [cr ao«” of squashes, first premium. F. AL Plymaie. B emovals .—We notice that Mr. John Of tlie Very Latest Styl««. ¡Jones’ Chinaman sleep here again last Hooker” next, anti “Dan’ bringing up said estate, having filed tiled i in said Court his final Best display of beets, first premium, F. aecouut for settlement, and also praying for an or Miller has removed his “Sportmen’s ■night?” “Acs, him sleep with me.” the rear. Time 3 : 07. der fur setting the time for hearing the same, no Heber. Best display of cabbage, first Emporium” to the south side of Califor I AA’ell, what does lie do that for? Why For the next and last race, of half a tice is hereby given that said final account will be nia street, one door below Third, where premium, Airs. L. Horne. Bost display' don’t he stay at home?” To which the mile, four entries Were made : heard and determined in said Court on Tuesday, the 10th day of November, 1871, at which time and any person requiring a good shooting of cauliflower, J. AA’eiss. Greatest dis-1 following eminently satisfactory reply AV. Williams names s. g. “Shooting' place all persons having any objections to said final / iron, ammunition, or in fact anything in play of vegetables from one garden, di ¡was given : “Him Tom Jone«’ wife, him Star.” account must then aud there make the same. ploma, John AA’eiss. Best display of ap lay one baby ; he no likec stay.” The By order of L. J. C. Duncan, Judge of said that line, can be accommodated. S. Booth names b. g. “Cadueus.” Court. I The Misses Kent have removed their ples, first premium, Conrad Mingus. interview suddenly closed right here. 4lt4 Attest : SILAS J. DAY, Clerk. AV. F. Berry names s. g. “Prince.” millinery store from Third street to the Best three varieties of grapes, first pre John Slagle enters bay horse, name un Notice òf Final Settlement north side of California, under Horne’s mium, Airs. L. Horne; second premium, S tatement .—Mr. Jas. A. Cardwell, of A largo assortment of FANCY GOODS ; ia known. Hall, where they are offering an entire John Bilger. Flour, manufactured at the committee of Judges in cattle, sheep fact, everything you want from a NEEDLE to • “ Shooting Star ” won the race, “ Cadu- In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for FINE SILK DRESS. ly new fall stock of millinery and fancy Standard Alills, diploma, Jacob Wimer. and hogs at the Fair, requests us to state Jackson County, (sitting in Probate, October cus ” next, “ Prince ” third and the bay In this department a large quantity of that Hon. T. F. Beall exhibited a fine lot horse last. Time 51 seconds. goods. Call and see them. 5th, 1871.) In tho matter of the estate of Thos. Croxton, dccensed. . of pigs, but that no one seemed to be in articles were on exhibition, that had not. William Kahler and James P. Tuffs, executors of A S erious A ccident .—Last Sunday been entered for premiums. Among! chargo of them, and no information could P hotograph G allery .—Mr. Higin- said estate, having filed in said Court their final ac Mrs. Louis Solomon was violently them were fine peach blossom potatoes be obtained by the committee as to the botham, having thoroughly refitted his count for settlement, and also praying for an order In the Gents’ Department, thrown from a wagon, near the residence by Alarion Taylor andF. Heber; lettuce, i stock, age, etc., hence no premium was gallery, is now prepared to take ambro for setting the time of hearing the same ; therefore is hereby given that said final account will | You can suit yourself in STRAW and CASSI- of Mr. John Conley, on Oregon street, celery, red pepper, anise, tomatoes and awarded to them, which would have types and photographs in the latest andK notice )e heard and determined in said Court on Tues-| MERE HATS. Clothing of all Description, LIN and received severe injuries. It appears peaches by John AA’eiss ; squash, turnips been the case, could the committee have best styles, as his specimens will show. day, the 3<l day of October, 1871, at whiih time EN COATS. BOOTS and SHOES, and a general and plaee all persons having any objections to ««id assortment of Gents’ Furnishing Goods. that she was sitting in the rear of the and ruta baga by M. Dore ; saddle skirt obtained the desired Information ; but Gallery over Blackwell’s barber shop, final account and settlement, must then and there wagon, and the driver struck the horse a beans by AV. J. Plymaie ; grapes by J. they deserve special mention. make the same. Wo call special attention to ourextCDiiv« «took California street. By order of Hon. L. J. C. Dunean, Judge of of Ladies, Misses and Children’s California Mad« blow, which caused it to spring suddenly N. T. Miller and F. Heber; apples by N. In this connection, we may remark [41t4] SILAS J. DAY , Clerk. Shoes. J osephine C ounty .—AVe regret to> said Court. forward, when she lost her balance, and C. Deane, that would have entitled him that Mr. J. D. Buckley’s really splendid All those GOODS, as well as our large stock of was precipitated violently to the ground, to the first premium, had they been en- mare deserved the first premium fordraft learn that there is considerable sickness Groceries, Tobacco and Liquors, will be sold at breaking her collar bone and receiving very low prices for (’ASH, and to PROMPT, horses, but was unfortunately entered by in this county. tered. PA YIN (J CUSTOMERS. severe bruises. We are glad to learn Smith & Rigsby have nearly complet Mr. B. in Class I, where she competed I first pre — AND — Butter, Bread, etc. — Butter, that she is recovering. ed their wagon road from their copjier Sure and Call on U«. Goods mium, Mrs. Lavinia Alingus. Bread, with the blooded mare, “Minnie Rifle,” mine to Rogue River. They have suc Shown with PIeasure-ti\. and lost the honor she would have ob I M b . U nderwood ’ s L ectures .— The first diploma, Mrs. Lavinia Mingus; sec tained in her proper class. AVc deeply ceeded in building the road over the hard sachs : bro ’ s . lectures of Mr. B. F. Underwood, at the ond diploma, Mrs. E. Jacobs. Anise regret the mistake. est part of tiie route. May 6th, 1871. cake, diploma, Airs. E. Weiss. Grape ^cmnrrntit Tinies. I Real Estate Dealer RACES ! HOW HIGH IS THAT ? £ CIliPlC 01 P 3.S1110I1 MILLINERY STORE T You Will ADIES’ IIATS DRESS GOODS SUN DOWNS. I SADDLE Court House on Saturday and Sunday nights, last week, were extremely well jelly, diploma, Mrs. Lavinia Mingus. attended, and were of an exceedingly in Best wine exhibited, diploma, J. N. T. teresting character. We have never AliIler. Best red wine, diploma, John heard the subject of “Christianity and A^eiss. Best champagne cider, diploma, Free Thought” so ably handled. We Sachs Bros. AVine vinegar, diploma, were also glad to notice the entire ab John AVeiss. ®est ten gallons lager beer, sence of all harsh criticism and bitter de first premium, Jos. AA’etterer. Fine Arts—Oil painting—“Rogue Riv nunciation of his adversaries— a thing, we regret to say, not often absent from theo er Falls”—Oregon production by Sutton, diploma, Baum. Oil painting—Ameri logical controversies. In this connection we desire to correct can production—diploma, Mrs. G. A. an error which was copied in the last Goodall. Specimen penmanship, diplo Issue of the T imes . Mr. Underwood had ma, Mrs. J. E. Buzan. Water paintings no personal controversy or altercation in of flowers—Oregon production—diploma, the streets of Eugene City, as stated in Mrs. L. Horne. the Bulletin. This is a mistake. Mr. Among the articles on exhibition, for Driver had a violent personal quarrel which no premium had been offered, or with Mr. Humphrey on the public that were not properly entered with the streets, and was very properly punished Secretary, the following attracted partic by a fine. I ular attention, to-wit: a lot of ladies’ M agnificent D isplay .—Sachs Bros., with their usunl business sagacity, had a magnificent display of their new ladies’ and fancy goods on exhibition at the Fair. We saw crowds of fair damsels re garding them with wistful looks, and if we mistake not, the nearest relations of the damsels aforesaid will have an un happy time of it, until some of those nice cloaks, etc., are in possession of the maidens. It was a cheap and successful mode of advertising. G rapes and AV ine .—Airs. L. Home exhibited a magnificent display of grapes, and Hon. J. N. T. Miller bore off the first premium for wine. There were al so several other displays of grapes and wine, which were worthy of great praise. R ead the new advertisements. P ersonal .—Hon. J. N. T. Miller start ed to the Lake country yesterday. Father Blanchett arrived this week from Josephine county. Maj. Jackson, commandant at Fort Klamath, is in town. C rowded O ut .—Owing to the crowd ed state of our columns, several interest ing articles are left out, which will ap pear next week. Executor’s Notice. MANUFACTORY. Administrator’s Notice. I IIE undersigned having been appointed by th« County Court of Jackson county, Orogen, administrator of the estate of Thilo Gussman, de ceased, all persons having claims against laid es tate are required to present them with the proper vouchers within six months of the date of thia no tice, to me at my residence on Poor Man’a ereek, in said county. Loris H erlin «, Adm'r. Jacksonville, Sept. 23d, 1871. 38t4 T Has resumed his former business in Jacksonville, Oregon, on California street, next door to A. Fish er A Bro., and will keep constantly on hand a gen eral assortment of SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS, HAMES AND WHIPS, HOhSE-BLAN-* KETS, LINEN SHEETS AND HOODS, SPURS. CURRY COMBS AND HORSE) BRUSHES, TRACE, HALTER AND DOG CHAINS, HE undersigned, having been appointed ex- And a large stock of Saddlery, Hardware and Find- the estate of E. II. Greentnan, de-1 ings. all having claims against said es All orders from & distance promptly attended to. tate are required to present them with tho proper Manufacturing to order, and repairing done on vouchers within aix months from the date of this short notice and with the best material. I notice to me at my office in Jacksonville, Oregon, All articles in my line will be sold nt a lower and all persons indebted to said estate are required, cash price than ever before offered in Jacksonville, to make immediate payment. i Please call and examine my stock before pur- C. W. KAHLER, Executor, ¡chasing chasing elsewhere. 41tlj 40tf Jacksonville, Oregon, October 12, 1871. ecutor of T ceased, persons I J Administrator’s Notice. HE undersigned having be«n appointed by the County Court of Jackson county, Oregon, ad ministrator of the estate of T. H. B. Shipley, de ceased, all persons having claims against said es tate are required to present them with the proper vouchers within six months from the date of this notice, to me at mv office in Jacksonville, in said county. W m . H offman , Administrator. Jacksonville, Sept. 23d, 1871. 38t4 T lanks of all description printed with nentnesi and diepatch at this «I B flee.