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C ircuit C ourt S ynopsis .—The fol repaired ; and gravel walks fourjfeetwide
W illiam M. T urner is the telegraph
operator at this placo ; besides this, he is lowing is a synopsis of proceedings of the to be made across Pine street and Fir
School Superintendent. As an employe Circuit Court, before Hon. P. P. Prim, street, in line of the sidewalk on the west
side of Oregon street; the Street Com
of the Telegraph Company, he holds a Judge, transacted since our last issue :
SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1871.
was directed to have the work
James. A. Cardwell, Administrator de
high position of trust and responsibility,
bonis non of the estate of Wallace A. done forthwith.
L. P. FISHER, Rooms 20 and 21 Merchants’ and becomeMhe custodian of the confi
Order passed authorizing the .Town
Office, No. 64 Front Street,
Exchange, California street, San Francisco, is an dences and secrets of the community to Gridley, deceased, vs. James Hamlin ;
n vory great extent. So much so, that action at law to recover money. Judg Treasurer to convert the currency now in
authorized agent of tho D emocratic T imes .
THOMAS BOYCE, No. 3» (Second the laws of this State impose a very ment for plaintiff in the sum of $5,075, the Town Treasury into coin, at not less
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and EAST
floor,) Merchant's Exchange, California Street, heavy penalty for their betrayal. Sec. 9, with his costs and disbursements; and than 90 cents'on the dollar.
PORTLAND, in the most desirable localities, con
below Montgomery, is our duly authorized agent p. 918, of the code, reads as follows : If
sisting of LOTS, HALF BLOCKS and BLOCKS,
for Sas Franeisco.
any agent, operator, employe in any tel tion in his own name for the above C hristmas T ree and C oncert .— HOUSES and STORES ; also,
HUDSON di MENET, are our duly author egraph office, or other person, shall know amount and costs.
Preparations are now being made by
IMPROVED FARM?, and valuable un
Certificate of citizenship granted to
ised Agents in the Atlantis States. Office, 41 ingly and wilfully send by telegraph any
LANDS, located in ALL parts of the
the children of this place, under the lead
Park Row, “Times” Building, New York.
STATE for SALE.
false or forged message, purporting to be Isaac Sachs.
Prof. Brooks, to give a musical
J. M. BALTIMORE is our duly authorized from such telegraph effice, or from any
Stephen I). Taylor vq. Jacob Neatham-
ESTATE and other Property pur
agent for Portland, Oregon.
; action at law to recover damages. ' ? concert on Christmas night. A Christ chased REAL
other person, or shall wilfully deliver or
for Correspondents, in this CITY and
DANIEL GREEN is our authorized agent cause to be delivered to any person any Verdict for plaintiff'in the sum of $351.
the STATES and TERRITORIES,
'programme. Singing rehearsal to-mor throughout
and on the most ADVANTA
for Josephine County.
such message, falsely purporting to have
been received by telegraph, or if any per ner and James Good ; indictment for lar vited.
HOUSES and STORES LEASED, LOANS
son or persons shall furnish or cause to ceny. The above named persons were
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF ALL DES HAS RECEIVED A MITCH LAR
l»e furnished to any such agent, operator each sentenced to the penitentiary for the B all at D ardanelles .—A ball will CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. And
GER STOCK OF GOODS
be given at Dardanelles by Messrs. Chav- a General FINANCIAL and AGENCY BUSI
or employe, to be sent by telegraph or to term of four years and six months.
State vs. Jacob Neathammer ; indict- ner and Wells, on Friday evening, the NESS transacted.
be delivered any such message, knowing
Rav. F ather B laxchktt will hold divine ser
the same to be false, with the intent tc ment for an assault with intent to kill. | isth inst., for the benefit of the public
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all tho CIT THAN EVER BEFORE I
vices at the Catholic Church to-morrow, at the
TOWNS in the STATE, will receive
school. All are’invited to attend.
deceive, injure or defraud any individual,
of FARM PROPERTY and forward
partnership, or corporation, or the public, indictment, but guilty of an assault with B elligerent .—Two hombres, whoso tho same to the above address.
AND ARE PREPARED TO SELL AT
C rowded O ut .—Several itemsand ar the person or persons so offending, shall a dangerous weapon. Sentenced to pay name we did not learn, had a lively set- February 4th, 1871.
be punished by a fine not to exceed $1,- j 1 a fine of $300, or imprisoned in the coun to yesterday afternoon, which resulted in
ticles are crowded out of this issue.
Chapped Hands and Face,
000, or imprisonment not to exceed one I ty jail for 150 days; and ordered that the both being marched off to limbo.
Lips, Dryness of the Skiu.
R etvrxko .—Dr. Wm. Jackson, who
year, or by both such flue and imprison defendant pay the costs and disburse
has been on a professional visit to Wil
EMAN’S CAMPHOR ICR
C hanged O ffice .—Dr. Aiken can
ment, in the discretion of the Court.
liamsburg, returned last Wednesday.
It keeps the hands soft
To that section we ask the prayerful have execution to issue as in civil cases. hereafter be found at his new oflice at in all weather. See that you get HEGEMAN’S.
F or S alem .—Deputy Sheriff Foudray and careful attention of Mr. Turner. Fine paid and defendant released ’from U. 8. Hotel, in the room formerly occu Sold by all Druggists, only 25 cents. Manufac
tured only by II egeman <t Co., Chemists and
started for Salem Monday morning last, Ever since the Ralls scandal became pul> custody.
pied by the Misses Kent, milliners.
Druggists, New York.
in charge of Good, Warner and Morrell, lie, Turner has missed no opportunity to
January 7th, 1871.
State vs. V. S. Ralls and Jas. D. Fay ;
MOST REASONABLE PRICES!
the convicted horse-thieves.
misrepresent the facts where it became recognizance to keep the peace. Defend-
necessary, to send press dispatches about , ants duly appeared in Court, and the In Yreka, Dec. 3d, 1871, the wife of John D.
N otice .—All persons indebted to the
undersigned will please pay up without the matter, in some cases descending to complaining witness not appearing, and Coughlin, of a daughter.
At Crescent City, Nov. 26tb, 1871, tho wife of
delay, for I need money to pay my own absolute falsehoods. In his dispatch to no cause having been shown for the fur Fred.
Theilacker, of a daughter.
Q* R STOCK CONSISTS OF
J ohn N oland .
absolute and willful falsehood appears this case, it was ordered that both of said
B kick .—The undersigned lias just fin where he represents Ralls as charging defendants be discharged, and that their
On Applegate, Dec. 4th, 1871, at the residence of
ished burning a large brick kiln at his Fay with being the seducer of his daugh bail be exonerated.
R. Benedict, MRS. CATHARINE COUGLE ;
brick yard in Jacksonville, and is ready ter. In his late dispatches, regarding the
State vs. A. D. Burton; indictment for aged64 years, 10 months and 2 days.
to furnish brick to all those in need of affair with Tribble and the acquittal of assault with intent to kill. There have Sycamore, De Kalb county, Illinois, papers
P atrick F ehely .
Ralls, the same style of malignant mis been two trials of this case at the present please copy.
R emoved . — George W. Oliver has representation appears. In the former term of this Court, and the jury failed to
removed his wagon making shop from ; case he unblushingly asserts that every agree in both cases. On the representa
| person present applauded the bold deed, tion of the District Attorney thatit would
behind Donegan’s blacksmithing estab
. where two stalwart men, either one of
f TICK S ri.OB.AI. QUIDS FOB.
lishment to the building opposite the i whom was the superior in strength of be improbable, if not impossible, to con V
vict the defendant on tho charge alleged
Catholic Church lot.
Over 100 pages, printed in Two Colors, on Su
Tribble, stood guard, while the girls, in the indictment, and moved that the perb Tinted Paper. FOUR HUNDRED engrav
L arceny .—Wm. H. Howard, former Hannah and Fanny Ralls, each of whom Court strike this case from the docket; it ings of Flowers, Plants and Vegetables, with de
and TWO COLORED PLATES.
ly employed about the U. S. Hotel, was is as big as Tribble, beat him with cow was therefore ordered that this case be scriptions,
Directions and plans for making Walks, Lawns,
up before J. R. Wade, J.- P., on Tuesday, hides. We assert here that the right- stricken from the docket, and that the Gardens, Ac. The handsomest and best Floral
charged with stealing clothes from a I minded men and women of Jackson coun defendant and his sureties be released Guido in the World. All for TEN CENTS, to
those who think of buying Seeds. Not a quarter
boarder at the hotel, The Justice, as ty take no such view of the matter, but from any further liability.
tho cost. 200,000 sold for 1871. Address
JAMES VICK, Rochester. N. Y.
believe that when these women thus un-
usual, held him to answer.
John Anderson and James T. Glenn vs.
. sexed themselves, they placed themselves Wm. McAllister; motion to confirm
NO QUININE, MERCURY OR ARSENIC !
Notice of Final Settlement.
F ree .—A. D. Burton, indicted for as. outside the pale of sympathy. Tn the Sheriff’s sale. It appearing to the satis
sault with intent to kill, committed on other ease, that of Ralls’ acquittal, a vast faction of the Court that said sale and
Stephen Booth last March, after under 1 flourish of trumpets is attempted to be proceedings were fair and regular. It is In the County Court for Jackson county, Oregon,
in Probate. In the matter of the estate
going two trial», the jury hanging each made on account of what is called “con therefore ordered and decreed that said sitting
of James R. Pool, deceased.
time, was turned loose by nolle pro*— the tinued” and “renewed applause” by the sale be and hereby is in all things con
il. BUFFUM, Administrator of said estate,
The astonishing cures daily performed by this TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
e having filed in said Court his final exhibit preparation cause considerable comment by the
prosecution having lost all hope of con audience which heard the verdict. The firmed.
and application for a discharge, notice is hereby
Medical Facultv, as they positively assert that
facts are, there were from five to seven
Amos T. Johnson vs. Elizabeth John given that Thursday, the 4th day of January, 1872, CULLS AND FEVER, FEVER AND AGUE,
has been set apart for the settlement of said ac INTERMITTENT AND REMITTENT FEVERS
S mall D amages .—The case of S. D. men near the Court House door, Ralls’ son ; suit for divorce. On motion of count. All persons having objections to said set- cannot bo cured without the use of Quinine, Nev-
and discharge, must then and there make ertheless, the old l’oison is laid upon the shelf, and
Taylor vs. Jacob Neathnmmer, sued for particular friends, who stamped their plaintiff’s solicitor it was considered by tlement
j we would recommend in confidence to those who
the Court that this case be dismissed at By order of Hon. L. J. C. Duncan, Co. Judge, havo tried and received but temporary relief from
$5,000 damages for shooting Taylor’s'
with a pencil, and they slunk out of the the cost of plaintiff’.
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk. ! the use of the many Quinine Mixtures, to
And many other Goods too Numerous
hand off last June, resulted in verdict for
plaintiff for $354. J. F. Watson. Kahler
all there was of the “continued” and “re tion to make void the • charter and annul
A Watson, for plaintiff J.Fay & Rea for
J. B. WHITE,
füST Favor us with a call. Goods
Now what can be thought of a man ment against defendant—annulling fran-|
shown with pleasure, as usual.
To S tockholders .—The Stockholders i who prostitutes the great engine of pub chise and vacating corporation.
of the Gol«F Hill Quartz Mining Compa lic intelligence to his own private and ; Mary McGrath vs. Geo. McGrath ; di
(Successor to James T. Glenn,)
ny will hold their annual meeting at malignant vengeance ; who deliberately vorce. Argued and submitted.
their olliee in Jacksonville, Oregon, on and willfully imposes on the public a
W. C. Meyer vs. John Marks'; injunc
Jacksonville, N ot . lit, 1871.
NO STIFF I.
December 30th, 1871. A full attendance misrepresentation of facts ; who either tion. Decree granted.
is respectfully solicited.
suppresses the truth, or so colors it with
Cecelia Lowman vs. John Lowman ;
H enry K i . ippel , President.
falsehood, that it is in fact a lie, in : divorce. Demurrer to complaint sus
Wolesale and Retail,
C ircuit C ourt .— On Thursday the in order to wreak his malicious revenge tained.
F all descriptions, and of the Vest material«,
Court resumed business, after a respite on a personal and political foe? Can this . Jas. Hamlin vs. Henry Klippel, Sher JACKSONVILLE, OREGON
freshly manufactured every day by
since Saturday. The case of the Gold
Hill Q. M. Co., vs. Jacob Ish, came on trade, of families, of business, where he ;
CANTY & WAGNER.
Or any of those disastrous effects caused by the
Gold Hill Quartz Mining Co. vs. Jacob
for hearing on a motion of defendants to permits his private feelings to so work
use of the many Quinine mixtures daily recommen
Wholesale and Retal Confectioner«,
ded to them.
strike out the complaint,. Fay& Rea for upon his sense of duty, that he deliberate Ish. Motion to strike out part of com
plaintiffs; Dowell & Kelly for defend
remedy has yet been discovered which allays Fever 1OT MONTGOMERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO.
jure a foe in the public estimation. Un Pamelia O’Neil vs. N. A. Young. Mo
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE; and gives strength nnd tone to the Stomach, and
in notifying his friends and the public gener-' that important gland, the Liver, like the AGUE
der this state'of facts, could any enemy tion to strike out part of answer argued
ally tnat he is now receiving and opening a very,
KING. It is nature's own remedy, being com
P ay Y our T axes —L ast C all !— of Turner’s safely go to tho telegraph of- , and submitted.
The attention of the Trade is called to onr im
largo and extenaivo stock of
posed of vegetable matter, and skillfully prepared.
Tax-payers will find me at my office in fice with a message gravely affecting his
mense assortment or Candies and other goods nit-
OF THE BOARD OF
able for the HOLIDAYS, and warranted to keep in
Jacksonville until the 1st of January, reputation, his estate or family, and not PROCEEDINGS
ie influence performs a euro.
all climates. Prices low and terms liberal. Order«
1872, for the purpose of receiving taxes. fear that his family or business confidence i
from the interior promptly and carefully attend
All taxes unpaid at that time, will be would be blazoned to the world, if it I
[Reported for the D emocratic T imes .]
would do him injury? We opine not.
collected with costs.
Last Monday evening, the 4th instant,
He has neither sense of manhood nor fair a special meeting of the Board of Trus
H enry K lippel ,
The Wonder of Wonders—The Great Ague
play. He took exceeding good care that tees was held in Jacksonville. Present,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
no telegram, announcing that the Grand
I will pay the highest market price for
S entenced . — James Good, Julius Jury ignored the bill againt Fay, should a full Board.
The minutes of last meeting wero read CALIFORNIA AND SALEM I wonder if wonders are never to cca?e,
Warner and Charles Morrill were each go to the press. If the Grand Jury had
At present all wonders are on the increase ;
sentenced to imprisonment in the peni returned such a bill, does any one believe and approved.
Of the latest I now will give you a hint,
— asp —
The committee on cemetery road not
tentiary at hard labor for a term 4 years he would not have sent it on the wings
Look at the Ague King of Cowan A Flint.
and 6 months, by Judge Prim, on Satur of the lightning from one>nd of the coast being ready to roport, were allowed fur
No Quinine, no Mercury, nor Arsenic we find
day, for horse-stealing. Jacob Neath to the other ? We do not know what de
Wcro ever compounded or with it combined ;
And all kinds of marketable furs and skin«, at my
Street Commissioner Dunlap submitted
This wonder, the doctors were mentally sure,
ammer, charged with assault with intent
butcher shop on Oregon Street, Jacksonville.
spotic powers a telegraph operator may statement and report of work done, as ETC., ETC.
Could never be done and make a good cure.
to kill, committed on 8. D. Taylor, and
endowed with by his company, but putting up fence around town lot, con
convicted of assault with a deadly weap be
We confess it astounds ns, nnd wonderfully too,
Boot« and Shoes; Ladles*, Misses*
one thing must be evident to every one,
on, was sentenced to pay a fine of $300 they are sometimes entrusted to very structing cross-walks, etc., as previously
If you’ve Fever, or Ague, or any such thing,
ordered, which was read and accepted.
Go promptly and purchase the great Ague King.
b have also in connection with the above a very
The report also presented the following W Large
and Extensive Stock of Choice^
“G lencce .”—Mr. John 8. Herrin has bills for work : G. H. Young, bill for
A nother L arceny .—A man named
I’d shaken so long, till every kind friend
Connoliugh) told me to fix for my end ;
Conner was arrested at Grant’s Pass on
making two cross-walks, $50; John GROCERIES,
Oh ! life was so sweet, I wished not to die,
Wednesday, charged with having wilful years old, to Mr. W. F. Berry, who de Zimborsky, bill for putting up fence,
Therefore the Ague King I hastened to try.
ly, maliciously and feloniously, without signs taking him to Virginia City. “Glen $5.50; Street Commissioner’s bill for su
One bottle is all—I took as directed,
the fear of God before his eyes, but being coe” is one of the best stallions ever bred perintending work and labor, $27. The
And, wondrous to tell, tny cure was effected ;
seduced by the instigation of the devil, in this county, and his progeny are among bills were allowed and ordered paid.
From the grave I was snatched, and ever will sing
Honored and bless'd be the great Ague King !
taken and carried away 1 wife, and 1 ba the best of our stock. “Prince,” one of A paper was presented to the Board,
by twenty months old, and one sj>an of his get, although a new and untrained signed by L. Ganung and others, com
Now shakers, we tell you go buy it and try it,
It quickly will make your shaking limbs quiet:
horses, the property of Wm. Savage, of horse, made it very warm for some of our plaining of a certain China house—“filth
For pills of Quinine, and every such thing,
Yamhill county. Conner may be said to best horses at the late County Fair, and beingdeposited about the premises, smok
Must speedily yield to the
Has resumed his former business in Jacksonville,
have ‘‘taken his start in Yamhill” at with proper training will make a horse ing opium late o’ nights,” thus they say,
on California street, next door to A. Fish
who will be heard of in the future. He “jeoparding our lives and the city itself,”
er A Bro., and will keep constantly on hand a (ex*
is also owned by Mr. Berry. “Glencoe” etc. The same yvas read and laid upon
eral assortment of
T he Erie Canal is a great work, but a himself, without any training, has gal the table.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
Window Glass, Nails, Iron and
AND WHIPS, HORSE-BLAN
more wonderful canal traverses every loped around the Bybee Course, acknow Flag-stone cross-walks were ordered
Steel, Cast and Steel Plows
SOLD EVERYWHERE BY DJÌU+ HAMES
SHEETS AND HOODS,
part of the human body, and is filleel with
to be constructed across D street from the
GISTS AND DEALERS. [32tf
SPURS, CURRY COMBS AND
Ware, Etc., Etc.
blood. Myriads of tiny boats, loaded State, in 1:50. We wish his new owner north-west corner of the Catholic Church
HORSEJ BRUSHES, TRACE,
HALTER AND DOG
with waste water, worn out and thrown
lot, and across Fourth street from the
off by the system, pass through this ca wherever he may take him.
south-east corner of the Methodist Church I am now ready to «ell anything in my line at the
And a large stock of Saddlery, Hardware and Find
nal ; other boats carry fresh matter, made
lot; the walk to be laid full 2J feet wide; lowest cash price. Persons wishing to buy goods
from the food into every part, and the
and the present cross-walk from Kahler our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I am To all whom it may concern:
All orders from a distance promptly attended to.
E have sold our Jackson Salt Works to John
Manufacturing to order, and repairing done on
two processes never cease during life.
Watson’s law office corner over to determined not to bo undersold by any houie ia
Sizemore, with the intention of leaving Ore short notice and with the best material.
Good blood is indispensiblo to health, and
Fifth street and C street, to be raised and
gon as soon as we can settle our business. We
All articles in my line will be sold at a lower
to secure thia, use that great blood puri terest on their notes as soon as due.
put in good condition; also the walk JSF'Give me a oall, and then judge for your tender our thanks to the people of Jackson eounty cash priee than ever before offered in Jacksonville.
J ohn N euber , County Treasurer.
the patronage that has been given us. The
Please call and examine my stock before pur
fier and renovator of the system, Dr.
across Fourth street, from Donegan’s self a« to our capacity to furnish goods as above. for
business will be earned on by Mr. Sizemore.
Walker’s California Vinegar Bitters.
BROWN A FULLER.
blacksmith shop to Glenn’d Corner, to be
R ead the new advertisements.
“ECONOMY IS WEILTHß”
Real Estate Dealer
THE POPULAR STORE
Temple of Fashion,
Wholesale & Retail,
OER FAILS TO CURE.
COWAN & FLINT’S
AGUE KING! BOOTS
HATS AND CAPS,
Great Ague King !