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AID FOR THE CHICAGO SUFFERERS.
and the road to be kept open and in good condition
N ewspaper T hieves .—Of all the M ails and P ost R outes .—A dia-
for travel thereon at all seasons of the year.
mean scrubs on the face of the earth, a gram has been prepared, in accordance
The bid shall specify the unit or rate of toll up*
Senator Fay has handed us a circular fellow who is too miserably mean and with the suggestion of Senator Corbett,
on a sheep or hog which the bidder is willing to M-
cept for keeping the road, and such bid shall be
from Mayor Wasserman, of Portland, low to subscribe for his local paper, and during his stay in Jacksonville, showing
SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER21,1871.
deemed a bid for tolls as to the other items men
and a committee of citizens, together yet will eagerly steal an opportunity to the proposed mail route for the eastern
tioned ia Section 64, in proportionJo such unit or
HE undersigned offers a good two-horse farm rate as specified in Section 65, of Chapter 47, Title
THOMAS BOYCE. No. 30 (Second with an appeal by the same committee read, and in the majority of casespurloin part of this valley. The route commences
wagon, capable of sustaining from 3,000 to 3, General Laws of Oregon. No bids will be con
floor,) Merchant’» Exchange, California Street, for aid to the Chicago sufferers, but the it, is the meanest and most contempti at Jacksonville, thence to Central Point,
3,500 lbs., for sale. Would take grain in exchange.
sidered unless accompanied by an undertaking ex
bolow Montgomery, is our duly authorized agent documents were received too late for in ble. A man who will wait and watch, 7 miles ; thence to Jos. Swingle’s, on
ecuted by two or more sufficient sureties In the
sum of two thousand dollars, to be void upon the
for San Francisco.
sertion this week. Jackson county has as we have seen fellows wait and watch Antelope, 10 miles; thence to John
condition that the bidder, if the lease is awarded to
him, will, within ten days thereafter, or sueh fur
HUDSON & MENET, are our duly author already contributed generously to the on the door steps of stores and business Stout's, on Big Butte, 10 miles ; thence
laefl Agents in the Atlantie States. Office, 41 Yreka sufferers, but will doubtless con houses for the appearance of our carrier, to Hanna’s ferry, 20 miles; thence to J- A GOOD fresh milch cow wanted immediately at ther time as the Court may allow, enter into a con
tract for keeping the road, and give the necessary
Park Row, "Times” Building, New York.
tribute its mite to those made destitute and steal the paper another man has T. Raiiney’ s, s, 7 miles; thence to John
the U. S. Hotel. Apply to
undertaking for the faithful performance ofthe con
L. HORNE, Proprietor.
tract. The sealed bid will be opened on the said
J. M. BALTIMORE is our duly authorized
Jacksonville, Oct. 21st, 1871.
Vth day of November, and, if deemed expedient,
forms us that in accordance with the re death by a sick jackass—it is too honora ferry, 8 miles ; thence to Jacksonville, 12
agent for Portland, Oregon.
the lease will be awarded to the lowest bidder,
having due reference to the fact which of them is
quest of the circular, he has appointed ble a death for him to die. That man miles. Total, 80 miles. It is believed
DANIEL GREEN is our authorized agon
best qualified fur the undertaking. The Court re
the following named gentlemen as local would steal the winding sheet from a this route will accommodate the greatest
serves the right to reject any and all bids.
for Josephine County.
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk.
committees, and requests them to act as corpse dead of small pox, to make a ta number of citizens in that portion of
such. Remittances may be made to C. ble cloth of. He would whittle the bones this valley, both on the east and west
C. Beekman, Esq., Jacksonville, who of his dead grandfather‘into jack-knife sides of tho river. The post route is
handles, and sell them to a Chinaman for needed very much indeed, and the sooner
will acknowledge the same.
.If Jacksonville.— Henry Klippel, C. a counterfeit shinplaster. He is too it is establisned and the postal service
mean for earth, and much too mean for put on, the better it will be for every
C. Beekman, John Bilger.
Rav. F ather B lanchett will hold divine ser-
Ashland.— Capt. J. M. McCall, A. D. His Sulphurous Majesty’s dominions, body. The country in Big and Little
vieee at the Catholic Church to-morrow, at the Helman, R. B. Hargajdine.
for when he knocks at the gates of 1 Butte, in Sam’s Valley, and the Upper
Phevnix.— Jacob Wimer, T. G. Reames, Hades, the D—1 will kick him oil’ the Table Rock is rapidly filling up with an
doorstep, because there is no punishment industrious, intelligent and permanent
M. A. Williams.
C ourt in J osephine .—The Circuit
NOTWITHSTANDING THIS GREAT LOSS
Willow Springs.— J. W. Baker, Win. in the lower regions adequate to the of population, to whom mail facilities are
Court for Josephine county meets next
fense of stealing a newspaper. We are absolutely necessary. We hope our Sen
Bilger, J. B. Farley.
Rock Point.— J. B. White, David Birds* led to these reflections by the fact that ators and Representative in Congress will
R epairing .—We notice Mr. Joe Wei eye, A. Schultz.
we have worn out our patience and boot give a little of their attention to thismat-
terer is making extensive repairs on his
Will continue to offor a general variety of
Applegate.— Kaspar Kubli, R. Bene leather in a vain attempt to collect ' ier ; it has been neglected too long al
reservoir on the hill near Peter Britt’s.
enough of tho last issue of the T imes to ready. In this connection, we may re
dict, J. O’Brien.
satisfy the demand made upon the office. mark that the route from Jacksonville to
G oods for L ink R iver .—Tuesday
A N ew E vidence of W oman ’ s A d
Mr. George Nourse started four teams vancement . — We have had occa Our edition was exhausted by the de ¡Goose Lake should be attended to also at Consisting of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps, Grocer
loaded with goods for Link River and Ft. sion from time to time to notice the va mand for extra copies, and we started out the ensuing Congress. We are informed
ies, Provisions, Hardware and
to hunt up enough from the business
Queensware, Liquors, Ac.,
rious phases of the woman question, em
from Jacksonville to Link River, by the
bracing the various stages of the femi
N ew G oods .—Our streets are filled
AT PRICES, FOR CASH,
case complaint was made that the paper; private express which has been running
with fndght wagons filled with new fall
could not be kept; that it was stolen j from Ashland to Link River, cost him
goods for our merchants, Fisher & Bro., sively monopolized by the males. Well, sometimes before the proprietors could $2.50. This is simply atrocious. The CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
Alex. Martin and Sachs Bros, especially. on last Monday our vision was blessed i read it themselves, by things, some of 'mail service should be established forth-
Call and see, and judge for yourselves.
with a new development. We saw the
!with from Jacksonville to Goose Lake.
S ligart C olt .—Mr. E. F. Walker’s amiable, handsome and accomplished
prominent personages in the community,
three year old stallion, “Jake,” who at proprietress ofthe Fra neo-American Res
tracted considerable attention at the late taurant. Madam de Guilfovle, seated in a j Some of these days we will pay our re
Fair, is by “Capt. Sligart,” imported in training sulky, behind a fast horse, and spects to these scrubs by name. If they P atent T ike A djuster .—Our fellow
to this State by W. Cortez Myers in I860. ■ going “two forty on the shell.” Her want our paper, let them subscribe for it; citizen, John Kafedar, has invented a
j graceful pose, skillful driving and per if they don’t, in the name of Heaven let tire fastener, which exceeds anything of
Thera will be three days’ racing over the Bybee
S old O ut .—Mr. Thomas G. Reames fect self-possession, excited a degree of them restrain their petty larceny pro-
ave received , as usual , the first
the kind ever brought to our notice. It course, commencing
and best stock of SPRING and SUMMER
has sold out his interest in the Union j enthusiastic admiration among the by- [ clivities, so far as the T imes is concerned, consists of placing between the joints of
there is to be found this »ide of San Fraa-
Stable to Mr. Kaspar Kubli. The busi ' standers on the sidewalk, which was and not rob paying subscribers. If some
Thursday, November 9th, 1871.
the felloe at two places, on opposite sides
ness will hereafter be conducted by 1 hardly restrained from breaking forth in- of these gentry will furnish us their of the wheel, two metal plates—one on
FIRST DAY—RUNNING RACE.
Messrs. Wilson & Kubli.
\ to loud plaudits. It is not generally names, wc will give them a year’s sub the end of each felloe—provided with a Single dash, one mile, for 2-ycar-olds—Purse, $125.
scription gratis, rather than see them small roller in each; a metal wedge
M. E. C hurch —Rev. M. A. Wil ! know that sulkies arc adapted to ladies’
SECOND DAY—TROTTING RACE.
soiling their good clothes setting on store! operates between these plates, adjusted
liams will preach in the M. E. Church use. Madame de Guilfoyle has demon-
heats, best two in three—Purse, $150.
door steps Saturday mornings, waiting] by a screw ; over the "whole a metal
this evening at the usual hour ; also to ; strafed that they can be used by the fair
1 for Charley Nickell to make his rounds.: sheath is fixed. When tho felloe con
THIRD DAY—RUNNING RACE.
morrow at 11 o’clock, after which the ' sex as conclusively as Mrs. Victoria
All newspaper men will unite with us in tracts or the tire expands, by simply
heats, two in three—Purse, $100.
sacrament of the Lord’s Supper will be
anathematizing this d .1—deuced mean turning the screw, the wedge is brought
The above nurses for all county horses. The
1 a broker’s office.
down between the plates with great force, I races to be run and governed by the Jackson
S toves and H ardware .—Hoffman
County Agricultural Society rules. All entries
P edigrees .—Capt. B. B. Griffin, ap thus supplying the space lost by contrac must be made on or before Saturday, October 28th,
N ew C ensus and P atent L aws .—
A Klippel have the largest and best
tion, and at the same time forcing the 1871. Entries IV per cent., to be made with
stock of stovesand hardware ever brought We are indebted to Munn A Co., pub preciating the importance of preserving wpod work of the wheel firmly against
HENRY PAPE, Jacksonville.
to this market, which they are selling lishers of the Scientific American, New an authentic record of stock, has record the tire. It is impossible to have a loose
cheap for cash. Give them a call. They York, for a neat little bound volume of ed with the Secretary of the County Ag tire or wheel by this simple contrivance.
affirm that it is no trouble to show goods. 120 pages, entitled as above. It contains ricultural Society, H. K. Hanna, Esq., Mr. Kafedar has applied for a patent. CALIFORNIA STREET, (Under Horne's Hall,)
the complete Census of 1870, showing the the pedigree of his really fine thorough
T hanks .—This office is under obliga j Population, by counties, of all the States bred yearling colt, “Raphael Semmes,” A. H. Miller is also interested in the in
tions to Mrs. L. Horne for a bountiful j anil Territories, with their Areas, and by Glencoe, out of a Spread Eagle and vention.
Of the Very Latest Styl«««
supply of luscious grapes. The generosi the population of the Principal Cities. Bertram mare. Capt. Griffin’s colt took P ersonal .—Chief Justice Prim arriv
ty of our fair friend is duly appreciated, 1 Also tiie new 1’atent Laws in full, with the bine ribbon for yearling colts at the ed home on Monday last from Salem,
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT-
as also were the grapes ; even our devil Forms, Official Rules, Directions how to late County Fair.
where he has been attending the Sep
fully inform the Ladies of Jacksonville and
they have just received from San
“«mole aghastly smile” as the grapes dis
Francisco their Fall Stock of Millinery Goods, and
. for Trade-Marks, Assignments, How to the importance of pre^rving the pedi Deputy Sheriff Foudray has gone to ■ are prepared to furnish their customers with the
appeared down his capacious throat.
Sell Patents, etc. Also, a large variety grees of their promising colts in an au Goose Lake to interview the tax-payers latest styles of H ats , B onnets , H ats and B on -
I net S hapes , A c . Also u new and fine assort-
I ndian Bows and A rrows .—We no of valuable information relating to Wa thentic form. Jackson county has pro in that region.
ticed a young man at the Franco-Ameri ter- Wheels, Steam-Engines, and other duced animals which have won reputa-j Major Jackson departed for Ft. Klam I : inent of
can in possession of a large amount of mechanism, with many useful tablesand tions throughout the Coast, but in most ath Wednesday.
Indian trappings, including bows and I recipes, 175 diagrams of Mechanical I cases these animals were sold when colts
Dr. Chapin and family arrived from
A large assortment of FANCY GOODS; In
arrows, head dresses, moccasins and Movements, etc. We advise everybody i and removed out of the county, were Tehama this week.
fact, everything you want Rom a NEEDLE to a
dresses of various kinds, which he was ■ to send for it as above. Price, 25 cents. claimed subsequently as California colts George Nourse, of Link River, was in
FINE SILK DRESS.
preparing for shipment East.
: A more valuable compendium, for so or colts raised in some other Oregon town.
N ew A d .—Mr. Morris Mensor offers a small a price, lias rarely been published. ' county, and our valley thereby lost the
prestige, which justly belonged to it.
splendid assortment of goods of every
Had our Agricultural Society been or
description and of the very latest styles.
Give him a call ; he is the prince of store S ynopsis of P roceedings of O ctober ganized years ago and a record of pedi
You can suit yourself in STRAW and CASSI-
gree kept, it would have been an easy
MERE HATS, Clothing of all Description, LIN
keepers, and will give satisfaction. See
l’F.ARL HEADS, EN COATS, BOOTS and SHOES, and a general
his and other new ads. under “New To > valuation on the taxable property’ of the matter to have traced the animal to the
and other articles in our line too numerous to assortment of Gents’ Furnishing Goods.
county, over the amount returned by the soil of its nativity. Again, supposing a
MISSES A. F. and L. A. KENT.
Assessor, at $12,000, making the total stock raiser desires to take his animal to
We call special attention to our extensive stoek
Jacksonville, October 13th, 1871.
B ridges .—During a short ride in the amount of assessable property at $1,670,-
of Ladies, Misses and Children’s California Mad«
California or Nevada for sale, the certifi
•country this week, we noticed that most 707. Number of polls assessed, 880. Bates I
cate of his pedigree over the signature of
All those GOODS, as well as our large stock ®f
•of the smail bridges near town are in a of taxation, 171 mills on the dollar, or
Office, No. «1 Front Street,
the Secretary and seal of the Society,
Groceries, Tobacco and Liquors, will be sold at
woful state of dilapidation. We call the $1.75 on the $100. (Tax levy, last year,
very low prices for CASH, and to PROMPT,
would be of great benefit to the seller; it
PA YING CUSTOMERS.
attention of Supervisors to the condition $2.00 on the $100.) State poll tax, $1 ;
would enhance the value of the animal
•of one near Hon J. N. T. Miller’s residence ; county, $1 ; hospital tax, $2.00.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and EAST
Sure and Call ou Us» Goods
in the purchaser’s opinion, by proving
also to the condition of about a dozen be
Shown with Pleasure-ttX
The bridge across Evan’s creek, on the the pedigree and in a thousand other PORTLAND, in the most desirable localities, con
tween town and Hon. T. F. Beall’s resi stage road, was let to A. M. Berry and ways which will readily occur to the sisting of LOTS, HALF BLOCKS and BLOCKS,
HOUSES and STORES ; also,
dence. These bridges should be looked Edwin Smith for the sum of $2,433—gold
stock raiser, but which we have not the
May 6th, 1S71.
after before the approach of winter.
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
space to allude to now, would this prac cultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts of the
TJ. ¡S. HOTEL,
Total amount of claims audited, $1,770.- tice be of benefit. Capt. Griffin has the STATE for SALE.
B all at F ort K lamath .—From
honor of being the first to file his record
members of the Jacksonville String 59.
Band, who have just returned from Fort
Roci^ P oint B ridge .—County Com
chased for Correspondents, in this CITY' and; Has resumed his former business in Jacksonville,
Corner of California and Third St».,
Klamath, we learn that the garrison had missioner Wright informs us that the re Society, an example which we hope to throughout the STATES and TERRITORIES,' Oregon, on California street, next door to A. Fish
with great care and on the most ADVANTA
a gay and festive time on Friday and pairs on this bridge are progressing rap see speedily and generally followed by GEOUS
eral assortment of
L. HORNE, Proprietor,
Saturday nights of last week. There idly. He states that the stringers and all the stock raisers in tho valley, as re
HOUSES and STOKES LEASED. LOANS SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS. COLLARS,
egs leave to inform the public
wu a “plentiful lack” of ladies. Al posts of the old bridge were very much gards cattle as well as horses.
HAMES AND WHIPS, HOhSE-BLAN-
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF ALL DES
that he has the largest, best, and most o«m-
though all within reach were mustered, decayed; the posts were a mere shell,
CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. And
odious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
SPURS, CURRY COMBS AND
A N ation of D yspeptics . — That’s a General FINANCIAL and AGENCY BUSI
they amounted to eight the first night and it is wonderful that terrible accidents
HORSF.J BRUSHES, TRACE,
It is located in the central part of Jacksonville ;
and rank and file, and six on the next. have not occurred upon the bridge. The what Americans are. We live fast—dis NESS transacted.
HALTER AND DOG
stages from the North and South leave regularly
Nevertheless, they managed to run two T imes insisted for a long time that this sipate in everything except righteous
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all tho CIT
from the U. S. HOTEL.
sets all night on each occasion.
bridge was a standing menace to the ness, and fill early graves. We drink, IES and TOWNS in the STATE, will receive And a large stock of Saddlery, Hardware and Find
descriptions of FARM PROPERTY and forward ing».
Tho House has lately been re-painted, and reno*
F ires .—Last week, while Mr. N. C. traveling public, and we are glad to see without regard to consequences, all kinds the same to the above address.
All ardor» from a distance promptly attended to. rated ; the rooms are newly furnished, and well
The bedrooms are supplied with
Dean was engaged in burning stubble, its warnings heeded before we had to la of poisoned alcoholic spirits, and swal February 4th, 1871.
Manufacturing to order, and repairing done on ventilated.
and every other convenience for
the fire got beyond his control and con ment some awful loss of life by the fall
All articles in my line will be sold at a lower the comforts of guests.
and every conceivable carbonaceous, soul
of the rotten structure.
sumed two hundred panels of fence.
Chapped Hauds and Face,
cash price than ever before offered in Jacksonville.
Please call and examine my stock before pur
BOARD AND LODGING
Sore Lips, Dryness of the tikin.
The Evans’ Creek bridge is also being dwarfing, life-destroying, system-clog
This week a fire got out in Lew Col
ging, indigestible food. D r . W alker ’ s
ver*« field, near Gasburg, and before it rapidly rebuilt.
Cured at once by HEGEMAN’S CAMPHOR ICR
Can be had at reasonable rates, according to th«
V egetable V inegar B itters cannot WITH GLYCERINE. It keeps the hands »oft
could be arrested, burnt up three thou
N early a F ire .—Jacksonville had
stop this in a radical manner, but it will in all weather. See that you get HEGEMAN’S.
another narrow escape from fire on Tues
Sold by all Druggists, only 25 cents. Manufac
remove the evil efjects, and the recover tured only by H egeman A Co., Chemists and
Monday, while some children were
day night last. On Wednesday morn
ing patient, with fresh, pure, vitalized Druggists, New York.
playing with matches near Hon. Thos.
N accordance with an order of the County Court Will be supplied with the best the market ean af*
ing, when John Wolters opened his ba
for Jackson County, Oregon, made at the Oc ford.
electricul blood flowing through his' ar January 7th, 1871.
F. Beall’s residence, the grass caught on
tober term, 1871, sealed proposals will be received
fire and reached the house, and only by kery, he found the house full of smoke, teries and veins, will have a clearer head
at the Clerk’s Office in said county, until Wednes
strenuous exertions was the latter saved. and on searching for the cause discovered and a cooler judgment, which, coupled
day at 12 o’clock, M., the 9th day of November,
that the sawdust in one of the spitoons
A. D., 1871, for the leasing of so much of the Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
Notice of Final Settlement.
R oad tq L ost R iver .—We are glad had caught fire, burnt up the box, and with experience, will cause him to ab
County Road running from tho Hill Farm to Lost tor their comfort and convenience, as well as every
River, as is embraced between tho following points : attention and comfort usually found at a well kept
to notice that the Board of County Com- had burnt a hole in the floor. The Are stain in future. Good nutritious, digesti
at the 4 mile-post about J mile above Hotel.
miMionen have concluded to lease the was still burning slowly in the floor. ble diet, which the most delicate stom Jackson County, (sitling in Probate, October M. Colwell’s place,
and terminating at tho 45 mile
road from the Hill farm to Lost River, Had there been the slightest draught, the achs may take, can be found in cracked 5th, 1871.) In the matter of the estate of Thos. post—a distance of 41 miles. To be leased to any
A LARGE HALL
person or corporation to open, improve and keep
over the Cascade mountains. It will be whole block would soon have been wrap wheat, corn bread, tomatoes, raw or soft- Croxton, deceased.
William Kahler and James P. Tuffs, executors of tho same in good repair for travel thereoivfor a pe Is attached to the Hotel, for Balls, Meetings,
remembered that this Idea was suggest ped in flames, perhaps the whole town boiled eggs, baked apples, boiled rice, said
estate, having filed in said Court their final ac riod of ten years, with the right, in consideration
ed in the T imes some time sinoe, and would have been destroyed. This is an plain rice pudding, corn starch, rare beef, count for settlement, and also praying for an order thereof, to collect tolls at one gate for travel there Shows, Ac., and can be had at reasonable terms.
—the road in no place to be less than 12 feet
mutton and poultry. With V inegar for setting the time of hearing the same ; therefore on
we then Urged some energetic men to other warning to our city fathers.
The Hotel is furnished with a bar room where
where graded, and the ascent or decent ofthe
notice is hereby given that said fihal account will
very best liquors and cigars maj bo found, at
take hold of the enterprise. We are con
be heard and determined in said Court on Tues-*
to suit the times.
drinking, there is no incurable case of
vinced that this road will be a paying in
Ogn., Jan< 8tb, 187L
and place all persons having any objections to said
stitution to the lessee, as the travel over ished burning a large brick kiln at his dyspepsia.
final account and settlement, must then And there turn-outs on the grades to be in sight of each other;
lanks of all description
the remainder of the road to be not less than 16
it is increasing rapidly.
See the brick yard in Jacksonville, and is ready
S moky .—The valley is again filled make
printed with neatness and dispatch at this of
notice In another column, headed “Lease to furnish brick to all those in need of
By order of Hon. Li J. C. Duncan. Judge of feet in width, rocks an other obstructions to he re-
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk. |moved, and swamps to be thrown up or bridged,
. • P atrick F ehely .
of County Road.
WAGON FOR SALE
MILCH COW WANTED
$100,000,000 HOW HIGH IS THAT ?
LOST at CHICAGO!
Temple of Fashion
You Will Find
Real Estate Dealer
Lease of County Road.