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She Bcnwrratic ¡Times.
SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28,1871
THOMAS BOYCE, No. 30 (Second
doer,) Merchant's Exchange, California Street,
below Montgomery, is our duly authorized agent
for San Francisco.
MENET, are our duly author
lied Agents in the Atlantia States. Office, 41
Park Row, “Times” Building, New York.
J. M. BALTIMORE is our duly authorized
ageat for Portland, Oregon.
DANIEL GREEN is our authorized agen
for Jeiephina County.
Rar. F ather B laxchbtt will hold divine aer-
vieaa at the Catholie Church to-morrow, at the
R ead the T imes ’ advertisement.
P ersonal —Mr. J. T. Glenn arrived from
San Francisco, where he has been for I
some time. We are glad to see that he
has recovered from his late sickness, and
looks hale and hearty as ever.
W ood W anted .—Those of our sub
scribers who desire to pay their subscrip
tion to the T imes in wood are requested
to bring soon, as cold weather is fast ap
N ew S ign .—The millinery store of
the Misses Kent has been ornamented
with a beautiful new sign this week—the
work of Messrs. Peacock & Westrop,
which is quite complimentary to their
D eath of a P ioneer .—Mr. Baldwin
Sills, Senior, of Butte Creek, died on the
25th inst., at the ripe old age of 72. He
was one of the first settlers of this valley,
and was esteemed and respected by all
who knew him.
B all at P hœnix .—A ball was given I
at Phœnix on Thursday evening last, by
Daniel Iievenburg. The Jacksonville
String Band was in attendance, as also
were a number of ladies and gentlemen
from this place.
H og K illing .—Our enterprising
friend, John Orth, commenced butcher
ing hogs this week. He has a lot of fine
larders on hand, and contemplates put
ting up a large quantity of bacon, hams,
lard, etc., and he knows exactly how to
do it, too.
T he F reight S till C omes .—Our
merchants are still receiving heavy quan
tities of goods, and by the time the
freighting season closes, which is not far
distant, they will be able to fill all whole
sale and retail orders for the next six
T he C ircus .—M’lle Jeal & Co.’s circus
again visited this place anti gave a jier-
formance on Tuesday evening last. The
performance was not as good as their
exhibition at this place in June last, and,
not having been properly advertised, was
not as well attended.
S ettle , S ettle !—As will
by dissolution notice under “New To
day,” Messrs. Reames & Wilson have
placed their Itooks in the hands of Kahler
& Watson, and desire all those iudebted
to the late firm to settle; and also the
creditors of the same to present their ac
J osephine C ircuit C ourt —O ctober
T erm .—The following is a synopsis of
the proceedings of this term :
In the absence of H. K. Hanna, Esq.,
District Attorney, James D. Fay was ap
pointed District Attorneyfor the term.
The following named gentlemen were
drawn upon the Grand Jury : Wm. M.
Evans, Alex. White, Nelson Johnson,
Joseph Kemper, Oscar Ganyard, Frank
Bryham, James Turner.
The Grand Jury returned the Court
but one true bill—an indictment for as
sault with a deadly weapon against An
tone Joseph—and upon the second day of
the term were discharged.
T h « M elancholy D ays H ave C ome , i
—The appearance of the skies and the
rainy and stormy weather indicate that
winter is at hand. We hope that the
rains will be abundant.
A ttention ! —Let the people of Jack
sonville remember that on Monday next
an important election will take place.
In pursuance to an order issued by the
Board of Trustees, the vote of the people
will be taken upon the propriety of vot
ing a tax of S10,000 for the purpose of
furnishing the town with a water supply
in case of fire. In view of the terrible
calamities that so often befall cities and
towns, it is an important matter for our
people, and some steps should long since
have been taken to provide against this
devouring element. We have sufficient
evidences of its necessity, and our citi
zens should by all means come to the res
cue and vote for the affirmative of a
measure so essential to their interest.
I mproving .—Mr. Ed. Magruder in
forms us that his son, who has been ly
ing quite critically ill, is now improving
under the auspices of Dr. Chapin, who
has attended him. Mr. Magruder ex
presses himself as being highly gratified
at the Doctor’s management of the case.
As it is among the first calls the Dr. has
had since his arrival among us, we hope
it an auger of his future success.
We are also gratified to hear that Mrs.
Louis Solomon, who was seriously injur
ed some time ago, by being thrown from
a wagon, is recovering.
castle county, Antrem, Ireland«
Sacramento, San Francisco and
paper» please copy.
Temple of Fashion
NOTWITHSTANDING THIS GREAT LOSS
Will continno to offer a general variety of
nE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE
in notifying his friends and the public gener
ally that he is now receiving and opening a very
large and extensive stock of
Consisting of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Grocer
ies, Provisions, Hardware and
Queensware, Liquors, Ac.,
STAPLE DRY GOODS
AT PRICES, FOR CASH,
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
Call and see, and judge for yourselves.
Jacksonville, Oct. 21st. 1871.
ui m wi mwnr,
Boot! and Shoe»; Ladlei’, Miaaea*
aud Children!’ Sboea.
MANUFACTORY. ffi have alto in connection with the above a very
Large and Extensive Stook of Choice’
You Will Find
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
ave received , as ufftAX, the first
and best stock of SPRING and SUMMER
GOODS there is to be found this side of San Fraa-
In this city, at 2 o’clock, A. M., Sunday, Oct.
22d, 1871, SARAH JANE, wife of Patrick Fehely;
aged 34 years, 11 months and 9 days.
LOST at CHICAGO !
On Butte creek, Oct. 25th, 1871, BALDWI
SILLS, Sr.; aged 72 year».
MARTIN, HOW HIGH IS THAT ?
(Successor to James T. Glenn,)
N ew G oods .—Messrs. Robb & Kahler,
of the City Drug Store, have just received
a large and superior stock of drugs, sta
tionery, etc. Call and see them, if you
wish anything in their line.
S urgical O peration .—On Tuesday
Dr. Bailey, of Kerbyville, performed a
surgical operation on Mr. York, who had
his leg broken sometime since by a boul
der on the Illinois River. The bone had
not knit, but was united by a cartilage.
State vs. Antone Joseph; indictment
operator made an incision and sepa
for assault with a deadly weapon; ver-
rated the cartilage, for the purpose of
diet, guilty. Fay, District Attorney pro producing inflammation.
tern for the State, Dowell & Kelly for de
J ewelry .—Mr. John Neuber has the
finest assortment of jewelry ever brought
this town. His articles are all of
L. Leonard, appellant, vs. W. M. Lind,
resj>ondent—appealed from Justice Court tasteful design and beautiful workman
—dismissed. Dowell & Kelly for appel ship, and imported direct from the East.
lant, Kahler & Fay for respondent.
Mr. Neuber has also the best ot every
F. A. Davis, appellant, vs. H. B. Mc thing in his line, and having employed
Michael, respondent — appealed from a first-class artist, cannot fail in entirely
County Court—jury disagreed; cause satisfying even the most fastidious. Give
continued till next term. Kahler & Fay him a call before purchasing elsewhere.
for appellant, Dowell & Kelly for re
Elizabeth Bowman vs. Jacob Bow
in this city, Wednesday, Oct. 25th, 1871, by J.
man ; divorce; decree granted. Kahler R. Wade, J. P., at the residence of Mrs. M. Cros
by, Mr PATRICK McMAIION to Miss LIZZIE
for plaint ill’ Fay for defendant.
DONEGAN, all of Jacksonville.
Eleonore Lind vs. W. M.Lind; divorce;
continued to next term. J. B. Sifers,
County Judge, appointed referee. Fay i In Jacksonville, Oct. 21st, 1871, MARY JANE
for plaintiff, Kahler for defendant.
DEVELIN, wife of John Noland, native of Green
B ad on the L egal F raternity *.—
One of the limbs of the law jumped up a
hard customer the other night. An emi
grant from California was enquiring for
land at the hotel table, when a legal gen
tleman informed him of a desirable farm
for sale on Butte Creek ; but after some
conversation it cropped out that it was
with a lawyer our California friend was
conversing. Upon discovering this, he
instantly grasped his hat and retreated to
the door, saying: “You are a lawyer, are
you ? Well, you are a good-looking cuss,
to be sure; but if you are a lawyer, 1’11
bed—d if I want anything to do with
you !” He opened the doorand took one
last look, saying: “No, sir! I want to
buy land, but may I be cussed if I want
any lawyer in mine !”
Great Conflagration! ALEXANDER
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
HAMES AND WHIPS, HORSE BLAN
KETS, LINEN SHEETS AND HOODS,
SPURS, CURRY COMBS AND
HORSEJ BRUSHES, TRACE,
HALTER AND DOG
Of the Very Latest Styles.
And a large stock of Saddlery, Hardware and Find
All orders from a distance promptly attended to.
Window Glees, Nalls, Iron and
Manufacturing to order, and repairing done on
Steel, Cast and Steel Plows
short notice and with the best material.
Wooden and Willow
All articles in my line will be sold at a lower
Office, No. O1 Front Street,
Ware, Etc., Etc.,
cash price than ever before offered in Jacksonville.!
Please call and examine my stock before pur
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and EAST
I #m now ready to sell anything in my line at the
PORTLAND, in the most desirable lecalities, con
lowest cash price. Persons wishing to buy goods
will find it greatly to their advantage to examine
sisting of LOTS. HALF BLOCKS and BLOCKS,
our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I am
HOUSES and STORES ; also,
A large assortment of FANCY GOODS ; fa
everything you want from a NEEDLE to a
N accordance with an order of the County Court
FINE SILK DRESS.
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
for Jackson County, Oregon, made at the Oc Jackson county.
cultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts of the
tober term, 1871, sealed proposita will be received
STATE for SALE.
jC^Give me a call, and then judge for your
at the Clerk’s Office in said county, until Wednes-
j day at 12 o’clock, M., the 9th day of November, self as to our capacity to furnish goods as above.
REAL ESTATE and other Property pur A. D., 1871, for the leasing of so much of the
chased for Correspondents, in this CITY and County Road running from the Hill Farm to Lost
throughout the STATES and TERRITORIES, River, as is embraced between the following points :
with great care and on the most ADVANTA
You can suit yourself in STRAW and CA88I-
M. Colwell’s place, and terminating at flic 45 mile
MERE HATS, Clothing of all Description, LIN
post—a distance of 41 miles. To be leased to any
EN COATS, BOOTS and SHOES, and a general
HOUSES and STORES LEASED. LOANS person or corporation to open, improve and keep
assortment of Gents’ Furnishing Goods.
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS- OF ALL DES
There will be three days’ racing over tho Bybee
CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. And riod of ten years, with the Tight, in consideration
We call special attention to our extensive stock
a General FINANCIAL and AGENCY BUSI
of Ladies, Misses and Children’s California Made
on—the road in no place to be less than 12 feet
Thursday, November 9th, 1871.
I wide, where graded, and the ascent or decent of the
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the CIT
All those GOODS, as well as our large stock of
FIRST DAY—RUNNING RACE.
Groceries, Tobacco and Liquors, will be add at
IES and TOWNS in the STATE, will receive constructed in a good, substantial manner, with
convenient turn-outs for the passaga of teams, the
very low prices for CASH, and to PROMPT.
description.« of FARM PROPERTY and forward
turn-outs on the grades to be in sight of each other; Single dash, one mile, for 2-year-olds—Purse, $125. PA YING CUSTOMERS.
the same to the above address.
the remainder of the road to be not less than 16
February 4th, 1871.
SECOND DAY-TROTTING RACE.
i feet in width, roeks an other obstructions to be re
itW^Be Mure and Cali on Us. Good«
moved, and swamps to be thrown up or bridged, Two-mile heats, bast two in three—Purse, $130.
Shown with Pleasure-^
and the road to be kept open and in good condition
Chapped Hands and Face,
for travel thereon at all seasons of the year.
THIRD DAY—RUNNING RACE.
Sore Lips, Dryness of the Skin.
The hid shall specify the unit or rate of toll up
Mile heats, two in three—Purse, $100.
on a sheep or hog which the bidder is willing to ac
May Cth, 1871.
Cured at once by HEGEMAN’S CAMPHOR ICR cept for keeping the road, and such bid shall be
The above nurses for all county horses. The
WITH GLYCERINE. It keeps the hands soft deemed a bid for tolls as to the other items men
in all weather. See that you get HEGEMAN’S. tioned ia Section 64, in proportion to such unit or races to be run and governed by the Jackson
Sold by all Druggists, only 25 cents. Manufac rate as specified in Section 65, of Chapter 47, Title County Agricultural Society rules. All entries
THE NEW FOOD.
tured only by H egemax A Co., Chemists and 3, General Laws of Oregon. No bids will be con must be made on or before Saturday, October 28th,
Druggists, New Y’ork.
sidered unless accompanied by an undertaking ex 1871. Entries 10 p<>r cent., to be made with
HENRY PAPE, Jacksonville.
January 7th, 1871.
ecuted by two or more sufficient sureties in the
sum of two thousand dollars, to be void upon the
condition that the bidder, if the lease is awarded to
him, will, within ten days thereafter, or such fur
ther time as the Court may allow, enter into a con- CALIFORNIA STREET, (Under Horne’s Hall,)
. tract for keeping the road, and give the necessary
• undertaking for the faithful performance of the con
tract. The sealed bid will be opened on the said
! 9th day of November, and, if deemed expedient,
OTICE is hereby given that the late firm of the lease will be awarded to the lowest bidder,
Reauies A Wilson has been dissolved this day having due reference to the fact which of them is
by mutual consent. Those indebted to the firm
best qualified fur the undertaking. The Court re
nE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT-
will please call on Kahler A Watson, Jacksonville, serves tho right to reject any and all bids.
fully inform the Ladies of Jacksonville and
and settle their bills without delay. The creditors
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk,
vicinity, that they have just received from San
of the firm will also present their accounts to Kah i October 10 th, 1871.
Francisco their Fall Stock of Millinery Goods, and
ler A Watson, who are hereby authorized to settle
are prepared to furnish their customers with the
For a fbw cents you can buy
T. G. REAMES,
latest styles of H ats , B oskets , H ats and B ox -
JAMES A. WILSON.
net S hapes , A c . Also a new and fine assort
of your Grocer or Druggist
Oot. 15, 1871.
Real Estate Dealer
Lease of County Road.
RAC ES !
the Gents’ Department,
J osephine C ourt .—Judge Prim and i
all the attorneys of this place, who were '
in attendance on this Court, returned (
this week. The docket was quite small,
only one or two cases being tried. This
S in is very much the offspring of phy
small amount of litigation speaks well
ill-health, and feeble stomachs.
for Josephine, as a law abiding commu
. S. HOTEL,
During one-third of our time, the pro
cesses of digestion must go on in our bod
E migrants .—Several trains of emi ies, and if the stomach and bowels are
package of SEA MOSS FABDTB
grants have passed through Jacksonville not well, nothing is well. To be dyspep
Corner of California and Third St*.,
made from pure Irish Moss or
lately, some intending to settle in Rogue tic is to be miserable; moreover, dyspep
Carrageen, which will make
Ii. HORNE, Proprietor,
River Valley, and others in the Willam sia is the foundation of fevers and dis
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
ette. Oregon has received large addi eases of the blood, liver, skin and kidneys.
egs leave to inform tiie public
tions to her population since the late Dyspepsia invariably yields to the vir
that he has the largest, best, and most oom-
and a like quantity of Puddings
ucodious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
census, and should an estimate now be tues of the vegetable ingredients con
Custards, Creams, Charlotte
taken, it would be found that it has been tained in that great purifier of the blood
It is located in the central part of Jacksonville ;
Busse, &c. It is the cheapest,
stages from the North and South leave regularly
increased to the extent of some hundreds. and restorer of health, D r . W alker ’ s
from the U. S. HOTEL.
healthiest and most delicious
F awn .—A gentleman, whose name C alifornia V inegar B itters .
The House has lately been re painted, and reno
PEARL BEADS, food in the world. It makes a
we did not learn, brought a small fawn
S. F. M instrel T roupe .—The “Star NEATLY and CHEAPLY EXECUTED vated ; the rooms are newly furnished, and well and other articles in our line too numerous to
The bedrooms are supplied with mention.
to town, which he captured on the Fort Brothers” gave a concert in this place on
splendid Dessert, and has no
SPRING BEDS, and every other convenience for
MISSES A. F. and L. A. KENT.
Klamath road. It attracted considerable Wednesday evening last, at Prof. Kim
equal as a light and delicate
the comforts of guests.
Jacksonville, October 13th, 1871.
attention by its cunning and docility— ball’s skating hall, to a rather small au
food for Invalids and Children.
BOARD AND LODGING
following its master around like a dog, dience. The proceeds of this “star” en
and ate apples, grain, salt, sugar and tertainment, we learn, amounted to $3.75,
Can be had at reasonable rates, according to the
bread and butter as freely as a hungry which was appropriated by our Marshal
HE undersigned, having been appointed ex
A Glorious Change!!
ecutor of the estate of E. H. Greenman, de
for city license. The “8. F. Troupe” left
ceased, all persons having claims against said es
tate are required to present them with the proper THE GREAT WORLD’S TONIC.
S ubjects for D arwin .—A few first- immediately after the performance with
Will be supplied with the best the market ean af vouchers within six months from the date of this
class evidences of the truthfulness of the out settling their board bill, and took
notice t. me at my office in Jacksonville, Oregon,
and all persons indebtod to said estate arc required
Darwin theory were present at the circus with them sundry little articles belong
WAGON FOR SALE ford.
to make immediate payment.
on last Tuesday evening, and were a great ing to Prof. Kimball.
C. W. KAHLER, Exeeator.
This wonderful vegetable re
annoyance both to the audience and the
HE undersigned offers a good two-horse farm
Jacksonville, Oregon, October 12, 1871.
Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
is the sheet-anchor of
circus performers. The principal evi
tor their comfort and convenience, as well as every
3,500 lbs., for sale. Would take grain in exchange.
dence of their humanity was the fact this unfortunate man, whom our read
attention and comfort usually found at a well kept
the feeble and debilitated. As a
that they were drunk—a characteristic
tonic and cordial for the aged
not peculiar to the lower order of ani Crescent City road and buried in a shal MILCH COW WANTED
A LARGE HALL
and languid, it has no equal
low grave by the roadside, is still where
among stomachics. As a remedy
GOOD fresh milch cow wanted immediately at Is attached to the* Hotel, for Balls, Meetings,
M rs . O rth . —We are gratified to learn
for the nervous weakness to
the U. S. Hotel. Apply to
L. HORNE, Proprietor.
that this lady is improving mentally and McVey. The present driver of Lake’s
w hich women are especially sub
The Hotel is furnished with a bar room where
Jacksonville, Oct. 21st, 1871.
HE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IN-
physically at the Asylum. Her husband team informs us that he will take the
the very best liquors and cigars may be found, at
it is superseding every other
forms the citisens of Jacksonville and surround
prices to suit the times.
has just received a letter written by her body down for interment on his return
ing country, that he is now manufacturing, and stimulant. In all climates, tropi
Jacksonville, Ogn., Jan. 8th, 1871.
will constantly keep on hand, the very best of
own hand, in which she expresses her trip to the City. We hope this will at
Lager Beer. Those who wish a cool glass of beer cal, temperate, or frigid, it acts
I Hegeman’a Cordial Elixir of Callaaya
self clearly and reasonably, indicating a last be done.
DR. A. B. OVERBECK
should give me a call.
as a specific in every species of
happy return of her reason. This will
Jacksonville, June 12th, 1869.
B rick .—The undersigned has just fin A pleasant cordial which
PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
strengthens and im II7TLL
disorder which undermines the
be welcome news to her solicitous hus ished burning a large brick kiln at his proves tho digestion, an excellent preventive of Yv GERY, and will attend promptly to all calls
bodily strength and breaks down
band and many friends. It is hoped that brick yard in Jacksonville, and is ready fevers, fever and ague, Ac., and a groat renovator ■re at
and tonie for invalids and debilitated persons. Ha
lanks of all description the animal spirits. For sale by
•he will soon be restored to her former to furnish brick to all those in need of geman A Co., New York, sole manufacturers. Sold
The Overbeck Hospital,
printod with neatness and diipatob at thk of
all drv '**s.
Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
GREAT AUTUMN TONIC