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CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Agenta for the ••’rimes.”
G eo . P. R owell A Co.,
T ros . Borer, -
L.S ahtel , -
L. P. F isher , -
D as . G reen ,
We resume the proceedings of the Cir
cuit Court, now in session, from Iasi Fri
David Wingfield vs. John L. Badger
and D. H. Burroughs; action at law to
recover money. Kahler & Watson for
plaintiff, Fay & Rea for defendants. Ver
dict for plaintiff in the sum of eleven
hundred dollars and costs.
Conrad Etzenhouser vs. Henry Billcn-
brock ; action at law to recover money. •
Fay & Rea for plaintiff Judgment by '
I n the M arket .—New potatoes and
cherries have made their appearance in
default for plaintiff in the sum of $365.53
the Jacksonville market.
State vs. John Woodward ; indictment
G old .—Gold closed in New York on
Monday last at $114, and Legal Tenders for larceny of a horse. Defendant plead
guilty, and was sentenced to 5 years in
at 88} buying and 89 selling.
D ivorces .—Only four divorces have
State vs. David Hart ; indictment for
been granted during this term of Court, larceny in a dwelling house. Jury trial.
and it is not a good time for divorces Sentenced to one year in the Penitentia
State vs. E. B. Watson; under bonds
For the best Photograph«, go to Bradley A Ru
keep the peace. Defendant released
lofson’» Gallery without STAIRS—
IN THE ELEVATOR, 429 Montgomery Street. from bonds.
State vs. J. D. Fay ; under bonds to
R eligious .—Rev. Father Blanchett keep the peace. Defendant released from
will hold divine services at the Catholic bonds.
Pamelia Oneil vs. N. A. Young; suit
Church, to-morrow (Sunday) at the usu
equity to quiet title. Fay & Rea for
plainriff, Kahler & Watson for defend
S oldiers for F t . K lamath .—Maj. ant. Plaintiff filed demurer to defend
Hunt, in command of a company of In ant’s answer. The same was argued, by
fantry, arrived from San Francisco ria. counsel, and overruled by the Court
Crescent City, to relieve the troops now Plaintiff then tiled replication to defend
at Fort Klamath, who are ordered to Ar ant’s answer.
David Linn vs. H. A. and J. A. Breit-
F lag P resentation .—The Jackson bartli ; confirmation of sale of real prop
ville Bra—♦ Band was presented with a erty. Plaintiff* moves, by Kahler &
handsome American flag and staff’, last Watson, the Court to confirm sale of cer
week, by the citizens of Jacksoville. The tain real property, sold by Sheriff. Mo
Band desires us to return thanks to their tion granted.
James Hamlin vs. Henry Klippel ; suit
friends for this act of kindness.
in equity for an injunction. Fay & Rea
F or S outhern O regon .—The Salem for plaintiff, Kahler & Watson for de
Stati «man of the 5th inst. says a French feudant. On motion of plaintiff's at
Prairie farmer with a large family of torneys, this cause was dismissed.
small children and young cattle passed
E. C. Brooks vs. Wm. Williams and
through town last evening en route for others ; suit in equity for an injunction.
the Goose Lake Valley, where he intends Fay & Rea for plaintiff, Dowell A Kelly
to establish a stock ranch.
for defendants. By consent of parties,
this cause is referred to H. K. Hanna to
W arm W eather .—The weather dur
take testimony and report the same at the
ing the past few days has been excessive
present term of Court.
ly warm and sultry, mercury running tip
Decrees were issued, dissolving the
to 100° and over at noon. The cool nights,
bonds of matrimony, in the following
however, are a delightful contrast to the
warm days, and form our principal claim
Sarah E. Sargeant vs. R. S. Sargeant.
to a delightful climate.
Fay & Rea for plaintiff, 11. K. Hanna
R epublican F izzle .—The Republi for State.
Mary Justus vs. John Justus. Fay &
cans were going to have a jubilee on Sat
urday night, but on consideration they Rea for plaintiff, I)ist. Att’y Hanna for
concluded that it would look too much State.
A. Handy vs. Adelia Handy. Kahler
like a triumph over their Pinto brethren
Watson for plaintiff, Hanna for State.
to whom they were indebted fortheir vic
John S. I.aey vs Jeannette Iaicy. Fay
tory, and the thing was squelched ; con
Rea for plaintiff, Hanna for State.
sequently Langell, who is pregnant with
Jacob Wimer A Son vs. West Ashland
a speech, remains undelivered to this
Ditch Company ; suit for injunc
day, much to bis discomfort.
tion. Fay A Rea for plaintiff-, Dowell
F or the P enitentiary . — Deputy A Kelly for defendants. Case compro
Sheriff Foudray started for Salem last mised. each party to pay half the costs.
Saturday, having in charge John Wood-
Gold Hill Quartz Mining Company vs.
ani and David Hart, both Indians, the Jacob Ish ; suit at equity to quiet title.
first convicted at the present term of the Fay A Rea for plaintiff, Dowell A Kelly
Circuit Court for stealing Hon. J. N. T. for defendant. Demurrer heretofore filed
Miller's “Brick Pomeroy,” and sentenc by defendant sustained.
ed to five year’s imprisonment in the
“S ons of M alta .”—Pursuant to call,
Penitentiary; the other was convicted of
larceny in a dwelling house, and will the “Sons of Malta” met at the Court
1 House on Wednesday, June 19th, for the
serve the State a year.
purpose of perfecting arrangements to as-
M urder at K i . amatii .—We are in l sist in the proper celebration of the 96th
formed that a soldier belonging to Capt. I anniversary of American Independence,
Goodale’s Company, 23d Infantry, named i Stephen Hubbard was called to the
Marony, was shot dead by a discharged Chair, and Daniel Cardwell was chosen
soldier named Brooks, at Fort Klamath
a few days ago. The remains of Marony ' A motion being made to choose a Cap
were brought here for interment. Brooks'
tain to lead this order in the exercises
is now in custody. It is reported to have of the day, Louis Herling, Jr., was elect-
been a cold-blooded murder, but as we
i ed as such Captain.
are not in possession of full particulars,
On motion, a Committee of three to
we refrain from further comment at this i solicit contributions toward defraying the
expenses of the Company, was appointed
T errible A ccident .—Mr. A. McCor by the Chair, consisting of Louis Her
nack, a former member of the Legisla ling, Jr., Charles Nickell and David
ture from Lane county, and father of Crosby.
Mr. McCornack, of the firm of Osborn &
On motion of I. W. Berry, a Commit
McCornack, who are establishing a drug tee on Arrangements, who is empowered
store in this town, was killed near Eu to make all necessary arrangementsand
gene City on the 5th inst., ufider the fol contracts, was appointed by the Chair,
lowing circumstances : He, in company and I. W. Berry, Louis Herling, Jr., and
with his wife and several friends, went to James McCabe, were appointed as such
the depot to meet his son and daughter, Com mi t tee.
On motion, it was resolved that the pro
who were to return from Forest Grove.
After they were all seated in the hack ceedings of the meeting be furnished to
the horses became frightened at the train the local papers for publication.
and started off at full speed. They ran
On motion, the meeting then adjourn
three-quarters of a mile, and a sudden ed to Saturday evening, June 22d.
lurch of the wagon threw the occupants
S. HUBBARD, Chairman.
out upon the ground. Mr. McCornack
D aniel C ardwell , Sec’y.
struck u|>on his head, killing him in
T he W ool C lip .—E ditor T imes :
stantly. His wife broke her shoulder-
blade and the balance of the party were Dear Sir: In the Portland Bulletin of
June 15th, I see published this concern
badly bruised up.
ing sheep :
B ronchitis .—Thisisan inflammation
“Mr. Minto, of Marion county, has
or irritation of the bronchial tubes, which sheared his flock of sheep, getting an av
carry the air we breathe into the lungs. erage of six and a half pounds per head.
He has three bucks that will yield from
It arises from cold settled in the throat,
ten to twelve pounds each.”
from Catarrh extending to these parts,
I have also sheared my flock of sheep,
from scrofulous affections, and from se
and their average yiehl was one ounce less
vere use of the voice. The irritation than eight pounds per head. I had one
from this latter cause commences in the
buck that sheared 16} pounds, and one 12
larnyx and the glottis, which are the or
pounds; and one small yearling buck,
gans of the voice, and extending down
11 pounds. My sheep are of the Demo
wards, produces hoarseness, coughing and
F armer .
spitting mucous matter, sometimes mix
A n O ld L and -M ark G oing .—Mr.
ed with blood. It is chiefly dangerous
from its tendency to spread into the lungs, John Orth has commenced to tear down
and terminate in consumption. It ¡9 in the old City Brewery, in order to make
the cure of severe and obstinate cases of room for his immense new brick house.
this disease that Dr. Pierce’s Golden Med This old house is one of the land-marks of
ical Discovery has achieved unparalleled the town. It was built in 1852, and has
success, and won the loudest praise from in times been devoted to almost every
all who have used it. It is sold by all purpose, except that of printing a news
paper or serving God.
P ersonal .—Mr. Max Muller left on
W ho F urnished the C oin ? — We
have often been asked who furnished the Wednesday last for San Francisco, to be
coin to run the Deputy Sentinel, as it is absent a short time.
well known that two of the publishers! Messrs. T. B. Kent and Miller, of Rose-
are pecuniarily unable to conduct a news- burg, are in town.
paper which possesses neither advertise-! Mr. Osborn and wife, of Eugene, ar-
nients nor subscribers, and the other— rived in town last week.
We arc pleased to see Mr. W.L. Cowan,
“Sugar-Foot Dave,” or David, the car
penter—has not hitherto been noted for formerly of this place but recently of
his liberality to newspaper enterprises, Portland, at his old stand in the City
We cannot say, with certainty, who is Drug Store.
the backer of the concern, but from its
T he official vote of Linn county gives
warm championship of Gov. Grover and the Democratic Legislative ticket an av
other indications of close affiliation be erage majority of 269—a gain of 26 over
tween Grover and the Bolters, it is the majority of 1870. Burnett’s official
thought that some of the Governor’s coin! majority is 251, which is the largest ma
jority given for him by any county in
■was contributed to the mediutn through the State.— Herald.
which Billy Alequacheek and “Sugar-
Not so, Mr. Herald. Burnett’s ma
Footed Dave” vented their malice and jority in this county is 255. Jackson is
promulgated their forgeries and slanders. entitled to keep the honor she won in
Fourth of July
A merican I ndependence ,
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
G oing to R un it H imself .—The Ex 1870, by casting the largest Democratic
press Office ring, composed of Beekman, majority in the State.
1st. National salute at sunrise.
Hayden, Langell and one or two others,
C hange D enied .—Judge Dwindle, of 2d. The procession will be formed in front of the
started in to control the county offices as
«and will march
the Fifteenth District Court, San Fran Court House at 9 o'clock, a .
through the principal streets to BYBEE'S
soon as it was known that the Republi
cisco, has denied Mrs. Laura I). Fair, the GROVE, in the following order : Marshal of
cans had carried this county. They de
murderess of A. P. Crittenden, a change the Day, Jacksonville Brass Band, Orator,
Reader and Chaplain, Assistant Marshals, So
termined that Billy Alequacheek should
of venue for a new trial, and has ordered
National Car with Thirty-eight girls rep
be Clerk, (probably because the Rev. Mr. a venire for two hundred jurors, and set cieties,
resenting the States of the Union, State, County
Beekman bad converted him from the next Monday, June 24tli, for the trial.
and Town Officials. Citizens in vehicles, Citizens
on horse-back, Citizens on foot.
errors of his ways,) and the Sheriff’s of
F or F ort K lamath .—Messrs. Man On arriving at the Grove the following exercises
fice should be run in the interests of the
combined Pinto and Express ring. Well, ning & Webb will start Il hack from will take place :
we are happy tostate that this little game 1 Jacksonville to Fort Klamath and Link-
1st. Music by the Band
has failed. Mr. Dunn will perform the ’ ville on Monday. This will be the first
duties of his office himself, and he will ¡trip of a weekly route which Messrs. M. 2d. Prayer by the Chaplain.
W. will establish. Due notice by ad-!
not disgrace the county by the appoint
3d. National Anthem, by the Glee Club.
will be given.
ment of Billy Alequacheek as his Deputy.
4 th. Music by the Band.
Thos. McKenzie will run his ofllce also,
without any reference whatever to the
5th. Reading the Declaration of Independence.
dictation of the Express Office or Cobbler Kreuzer’s German School will give an
exhibition at Horne’s Hall next Monday ♦•th. Music by the Band,
levelling, June 24th. Exercises will com
I n our article on Sunday morning con mences at 71 o'clock, I*. M. All are "th. Oration, by Binger Hermann, Esq.
cerning the death of Rader, we were mis
taken in saying that lie died without a invited to attend.
8tli. Music by the Band.
friend near him. Hon. James D. Fay
» z 11.. i_i _
was with him throughout his illness, ami
superintended his burial, fearlessly brav
10th. Music by the Band.
ing the danger of contagion. Want of man, in this county, was 1,555.
fidelity to friends, living or <lead, is not
At 2 o'clock, p. m ., the “Fool Killers"’ will ap
one of Mr. Fay's faults. All honor to him election of 1870, the aggregate
on the ground, after which the festivities of the
for his noble manly endeavors to rob
day—music, dancing in the arbor prepared by the
|x)or Rader’s awful death of some of its years, 264.
Jacksonville String Band, base ball, croquet, Ac.
J apanese J ongleurs .—The Tycoon —will be commenced.
We clip the above from the Salem
¡Troupe of Japanese Jongleurs will give
Marshals will be appointed to preserve or
Dailey Mercury of May 28th, which es
an exhibition at Horne’s Hall next Wed- der. No drunkenness or disorderly conduct will
caped our notice until recently. Besides
nesday night, 26th inst.
be allowed. A cordial invitation is extended to
Mr. Fay, there were Messrs. Henry Klip I
pel, J. D. Coughlin and Capt. Thos. B.
Merry, who surrounded Rader’s death bed I
Still Another Remarkable Cure
J. B. WHITE,
and braved the terrors of small-pox in i I
order to minister to him.
S an F rancisco , N ov . 10th, 1S71.
AND SEE WHAT A
I> r . A. M. L oryea k Co. :
For two years I
S ad A ccident .—On the 14th inst., as . was afflicted with Rheumatism, nnd tried all the
(Successors to James T. Glenn,)
Mr. C. Cummings was on his way from I known remedies, but experienced nothing more
I than a temporary relief, the disease always return-
the Umpqua valley to Harney Lake, in . ing. Some month’ since I concluded to take your
this county, he had the misfortune to up Unk Weed Remedy, and the result was a Spee
and Permanent Cure, the Rheumatism being
set his wagon near Harkness’ Station on dy
entirely eradicated from the system. Thc“Unk”
Grave Creek, which resulted in the se , is also a Tonic of the very highest order. It in-1
rious injury to some of the occupants. jo.eases the appetite, and invigorates the body. 11
i chcerfu Iv bear testimony to it’ good effect upon
Mr. C.’s little three-year-old daughter, me, and led sure that it will do nil you claim for it. JACKSONVILLE, OREGON
J. W. TRIPP,
falling beneath the heavy freight, was Yours very truly.
(OfMcGraw <t Tripp. Atty's at Law,)
the principal sufferer, having had her
l it 1
408 California street.
left thigh broken in two places and her
right leg fractured below the knee. The
little sufferer was brought to Jackson
FIUIE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE
ville on Sunday morning last, and under
in notifying his friends and the public gener
ally mat he is now receiving and opening a very
the care of Dr. Chapin, is at present do
large and extensive stock of
Office, No. 61 Front Street,
ing as well as can be expected.
LOW PRICES WILL WIN.
Real Estate Dealer
STAPLE DRY GOODS
H onest R epublicans .—We are in
formed that the railroad hands in Doug
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and EAST
las county were driven in herds to the PORTLAND, in the most desirable localities, con
polls on election day, and compelled to sisting of LOTS, HALF BLOCKS nnd BLOCKS, H-A.TS dfc C AF»S
HOUSES and STORES ; also,
vote the Republican ticket on painof be
ing discharged. The next day the Rail I
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un CALIFORNIA
road Company rewarded their base sub cultivated LANDS, lucatcd in ALL parts of the
STATE fur SALE.
serviency to its command by discharg
ing them all. The Oregonian is raising
REAL ESTATE and other Property pur
a tremendous howl about alleged Demo chased f<>r Correspondent’, in this CITY nnd
throughout the STATES and TERRITORIES,
cratic frauds in Wasco and Clackamas. with great care and «n the most ADVANTA ETC., ETC.
What has that virtuous sheet to say of GEOUS TERMS.
Boots and Shoes; Ladies’, Misses’
the Republican frauds in Douglas ? The!
and Childrens’ Shoes.
HOUSES nnd STORES LEASED. LOANS
Democratic candidates for the Legisla NEGOTIATED, nnd CLAIMS OF ALL DES
ture should contest, and thus ventilate! CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. And W e have also in connection with the above a
General FINANCIAL and AGENCY BUSI
the outrageous Republican fraud prac I a NESS
ticed in Douglas.
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the CIT
S truck ry L ightning .—We learn IES and TOWNS in tho STATE, will receive
of FARM PROPERTY and forward
from Mr. H. L. Webb, that a small descriptions
the same to the above address.
schooner, owned by Mr. Brown and ply February 4th, 1871.
ing on Big Klamath Lake between
Linkvllle and the Klamath Agency,
Pay Up ! Pay Up ! !
was struck by lightning a couple
LL PERSONS indebted to tbo undersigned,
of weeks ago in a thunder storm. Mr.
are requested to pay up immediately, as I
Brown was on board alone, and was
need money to pay my own debt’.
stricken senseless, in which condition he
remained for several hours. A cat, which
Notice to Holders of County Orders
was standing by his side, was killed. The
schooner sprung aleak during the storm.
C ointy T reasurer ' s O ffice ,
We have no further particulars.
Jacksonville, June 15tb, 1872.
Large and Extensive Stock of Choice J
HE undersigned are prepared to do all kinds
of work in their line. Wagons manufactur
ed from choice timber, and ironed in a superior
manner. Old wagons repaired and made as good
ns new. Blacksmithing in all its branches done on
short notice and at reasonable terms. Give us *
call. ,Eft“Shop on Oregon street, one door above
CRYSTAL k PHILLIPS.
Jacksonville, Jan. 27th, 1872.
4TH OF JULY BALL !
A GRAND BALL AND SUPPER WILL BE
GIVEN BY L. HORNE ON
THURSDAY EVENING, July 4th, 18T2,
ERSONS holding the following County Orders,
S mall -P ox .—Our northern exchanges
arc hereby notified to present the saint) for
assert that the small-pox has broken out
Numbers 500, 45«, 5G9. 569, 565, 528, 510, 5^0,
at Portland, Eola and Lincoln, Polk 446, presented February, 1872.
629. 650, 584.
county, and at Albany, although the ex 565, 566, 553, 649, 656, 569, I
599, 507, 673,
602, 551, 585, 592, 657, 553,
istence of the disease at this latter point 671, 670, 631,
628, 598, 419
___ 683, . 667, 677,
406, 612, 400,
is contradicted, One death from the! 692, 5tf0, 96. 682, 680, 681,
1 0^ 348, 506,
Marco and April , 1872.
scourge is reported at Portland—that of!*
I Number« 686, 1,081,687, 684, 692, 628, 710, <03,
James B. Newby, attorney at law. We J i • , ■■■
3.31. preset tel Muy, 1872. Numbers
“ 335, ■"■•',
751, 726, 601, 586, 573, 678, 748,
would recommend to the Town Trustees 788,’ 734. 718, 716,
717, 738, presented June, 1872.
to enforce the ordinance in regard to vac N<> interest will be allowed on these orders alter
JOHN NEUBER, Treasurer.
cination at once.
U. S. HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE.
Good music will be provided.
ing «upper, $ 3.50.
Window Glass, Nails, Iron and
Steel, Cast and Steel Plows
Wooden and Willow
Ware, Etc., Etc.
Y son Joshua, a minor, having left home with
out my consent, this is to notify all persons
that I will not be responsible for any debts of his
contracting after this date.
I am now ready to sell anything in my line at the
Jacksonville, June "th. J acob N eathrimmbr .
lowest cash price. Persons wishing t > buy goods
will find it greatly to their advantage to examine
Stolen—810 00 Reward.
our stock before purchasing elsewhere, ns I am
letcrmined not to be undersold by any house in
WO aatldles wero stolen from off my horses on
the nigl.t of June l«t, while hitched at Mil
ler’s blacksmith shop, Jacksonville, while I was
jJSirGive me a call, nnd then judge for your
self as to our capacity to furnish goods ns above. attending ft political meeting. One a fair-leather
saddle, with hand-holts, small horn. The other,
WHITE & MARTIN
black leather, of Main k Winchester’s make, S. F.
with pockets under bear skin. Also one curb bit
bridle. I will give teu dollars for their return.
A. R. VEST.
T he R ailroad .—The Republican par
Call at J. Neuber’s
A Brilliant Success!
ty pretended to favor a railroad route
>1 Na lest!
through Southern Oregon, but the day
after it was ascertained that that party
nd see his fine stock of new
HIS House has lately been newly furnished
had carried Oregon, all work on the rail
Goods direct from the manufacturers.
nnd refitted throughout, and is now open to
road ceased. While Oregon was Demo He has a fine lot o
the accommodation of boarders and the traveling?
cratic, the railroad progressed south- « txt ±n.c IMEacla.1 n os public. The table will always Ve supplied with
LIBRARY OF POETRY AHO S0HG,
Prices from $20 to $110, cash.
warti ; as soon as a Republican triumph
is connected with the eatnli-hment.
JESSE HOUCK, Proprietor.
was accomplished, the work ceased. Let
A New Lot of
HOICE selections from the best poets, English
the citizens of Jackson ponder this.
AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES
Scotch, Irish and American, with an intro
L eg B roken .—We regret to learn
that Miss Mary Feheiy met with a seri
ous accident on Tuesday afternoon. She
was in the act of crossing a small ditch
on Rich Gulch on a board which broke,
precipitating her into the ditch, and
fracturing her leg in two places.
duction by William Cullen Bryant.
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He is agent for the best Rifles and Pistols made,
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hy of 500 volumfs i!» OMR book , whose contents
er shop, in Jacksonville, fur all kinds of
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Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load
re-read with pleasure as long as its leaves hold to
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ssSF-Agents wanted. Termt liberal. See'*
Circular« and terms to
J. B. FQPn ‘’
75#“ All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and
JAMES A. CARDWELL.
Repairing done to order at half price.
Just from the Factory.