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meetings r\ei.» Sunday alterilo«:
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pects to Ji nd in a Jirst-class House, and
tee in rife the public to call and see for
themselves. Goods shown with pleas
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SPRING OF 1873.
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e.'«i ning. .1
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1 tor Central I
tutc convened at 1:30 o’clock p. m .
Ilinm BATIC COI NT Y CONVENTION.
The President being absent, W. J
J acksonville # August 30tli, 1873.
A. Martin, Esq., left for San Fran
J acksonville , Aug. 29, 1*73.
The Democratic County Convention cisco this week.
ex ercises .
In response to tlu* call oi AA. J.
met at the Court House, Jacksonville,
Newman Fisher returned from the
1. Appropriate preliminary ceremo
Lake country on the 29th ult.
Sehot*ls ot Jackson county, fora Teach-
pursuant to the call of the Democratic
The telegraph office is to be removed
2. Lecture on mu-ic in our common
(•rs’ Institi! teofthe First Judicial Dis-
to Caton’s boot and shoe shop.
schools, by Prof. Brooks.
trict, s(*veral tc tchers, and many ladie-
The house was called to order by J.
All those indebted to Crystal &
Comments by Mes-rs. Stinson, Foun
and gentlemen convened at the Jac le
N. T. Miller, Chairman pro ft in of the
Wright are requested to settle up.
-onville I»¡-trict Schoo! House nt two tain, and oth(*rs.
3. Essay on Penmanship bv Prof.
County Court was in session this
o’clock 1’. m . of the above date.
On motion, J. N. T. Miller was elect
W. T. Leek<>.
The proceedings will appear
ed Chairman and T. B. Kent Secretary.
AV. J. Stanley, after a lew intro-
1 he subject elided muchuliscussion.
On* motion, the following named next week.
durtory remark-, presented Syl. C.
The following resolution was read gentlemen were appointed by the
An auction sale will take place at
Simp-on, Stati* Superintendent of Pub
and approved :
City Brewery on Saturday, Sep
Chair to act as a Committee on Cre-
lic !n-truction, who spoke brielly of
Resotrid, That as Mr. Leeke han dentials: E. D. Foudrav, John S. Her tember 13th.
t <>f the convocation, and as
dled his subject on “Physical Train rin and J. R. Neil.
A new Florence sewing machine can
sumed the < hair.
ing” in an able manner, we deem it
be had cheap by applying tit this office
Bv motion, F. AV. Ewing was cho-
Worthy of publicity ; therefore, we,
mittee was laid before the Convention : immediately.
en . ccrctary.
tilt* members of this Institute, request
Hon. J. N. T. Miller, Dr. J. G. Jew
We, tin* Committee on Credentials,
W. Hail anti Isaac Cox were ap- its publication in our county papers.
beg leave to report the following dele ell and Robert A. Miller left for the
pci-incd eri 'i •- lbr tlu* (“veiling.
gates entitled to seats in this Conven Lake country on Monday.
1 ’,y mot i< •not'J. 1». Fountain, a eom^y
• i. Ilecess.
This section was favored with a re
mitte e of t hree wa- appointed to make
<’>. “Demonstration in Calesthenics,”
Lt.ikci'le Precinct— N. Stephenson, freshing shower the forepart of this
due a rrang t ment lbr a permanent or- by I’rof. Leeke anil cla-s.
31. A. Brentano, S. J. Day, proxy.
week, but the weather is as hot as ever
gañiz atioii. The Pre-idcnt appointed
7. 1 »isru-sion of the question— E -
\V. J.. Stan ley, w ho, by request, desig- solred, That the State should provide
nated I’rof. . J. II. Skidmore and J. W. a system of compulsory education.
No certificate of publication will be
Hall a- fellow committ<*cmen.
given on legal advertisements, unless
Que.-tion was stated and di-i u<-ed,
The Committee was requested to re briefly, l>y J. D. Fountain, followed by
the charges are paid. No deviation
port before the final adjournment of F. W. Ewing and J. W. Hall, dispu
from this rule in the future.
the present se- ion.
tant-. Several other teacher- (liscuss-
A. Noltner, Esq., of Oregon City,
Duncan, A. M. Berry, proxy, David
ed the que-tion.
Representative to the Grand Lodge of
Linn, John Orth, Henry Rape, Kaspar
1. Music by Prof. Brook-and choir.
Motion made and approved, that
Odd Fellows, passed through town on
Kubli, 11. K. Hanna.
2. Address upon “Elocution and when we do adjourn
his way to Baltimore this week.
IIVYo/c Springs— N. C. Dean. Dan’l
R *adi:»g,” by AV. J. Stanley. Thead- convene at the Court House this even
Sol. Sachs and J. B. White, Esqs.,
di("W;i- short and instructive, lie ing at 8 o’clock.
left for San Francisco last week, to lay
77'6/c /.’oc'—W. A. Childers, Jas.
also introduced a small cla.-s in elocu
By motion, W. '1'. Leeke wa- ap
in a fall and winter stock of goods
tion. The cla-s acquitted itself w ith pointed Chairman of Committee of Ar- Collin-, T. B. Kent, J. B. Thomas.
/ ifd,- Butte— J. W. Simpson, W. for their respective emporiums.
rangements of programme for next
That excellent periodical, Hood’s
1!. .^imp-on, Sam'l Hawkins, Dan’l
J. AV. Hall ((included this exen i-e -e-.-ion of the Institute.
W. J. Stan
Household Magazine, price SI.00, will
by reading a short poem, and making ley and Mi-- Harrison were also ap
Tilt* following precincts are unrep be furnished in conjunction with the
a ftw comment- on reading.
pointed members of the committee.
resented : Goose Lake, Chewacan, T imes for $3.50, if paid in advance.
“Ii*s»ruction in Grammar,” by J.
A motion that the Committee on
I'iounce Rock, Foot- Creek, Evans
The balloon attached with Wilson’s
on, E-q. lie recommended Programme In* requested to >ek‘< t the
Creek, Rock Point, Grants Pass, Le- (’ircus camedown in the Willamette
teachers give oral lessons place for the next -c'-ion of the Insti
l md, Applegate, Uniontown, Manza river at Portland twice. Fortunately,
l till— bl neh.
tute, wa- pa--ed.
nita, Big Butte and Sterling.
Jack Lee, the aeronaut, was an excel
. J. 1». Fountain, J. B. Farley,
Tin“ following resolution- were ofier-
J. IL N eil , Chairman,
lent swimmer, and he got off with a
W. J. s m'ey, and ot’m r-, were in fa ed. and unanimou-ly adopted :
< )n motion, the report wa- received ducking each time.
vor of U-i’Jg ilie text-book- on the sub-
Jh sulri d, That we hereby thank
I’rof. Br >ok-, and the friends who and adopted, and the
S oliciting C ommittees .—At a
his exercise, car- iuve a •si-ted him, lbr the mu-ic they
meeting of the Executive Committee
« 1* II.
of tiie Jackson County Agricultural
have* s «» kindly furni.-hed to enliven
Society, the following named gentle
thi-' >e- ion of llu' In-titute.
men were appointed Committees in
/;’ .S AC ed, 'l h.it the hearty tb. inks of
their respective localities to solicit
tie- lil.-titute ire due, and are hereby
member-hip to the Society, to-wit:
daub, y, C'luuty S h«> «1
iot: .n was introdu ed by \\'. ,J. Supcrin'.t ¡cl “lit, lbr hi- energy and i.u- .John S. I lerrin, N. C. Dean, J. N. T.
.1 ddand— Stephen Booth.
AJohn < »’Brien.
y, tliai any member presenting du.-try i:i m iking the arrangements Miller, V\’m. F. Songer , J. R. Neil, W.
Union Tnr:i— Win. Ray. Nic Wright.
■< t Le allowed twenty minute- lbr the pre.- -ent s,‘.--i.in ; and that we A. Childers, Henry Pape.
Eden— 1». 1’. Anderson.
and the following di-putant cheerfully I »ear witir. -< to the fad that
Little ll ifte— George Isaacs, Wm. Simp
( >;i motion, it was ordered that the
minutes only. Provided, the lh'“ -Ut'et- of the Institute i- largely proceeding' of this meeting be pub- son, l'eter Simons.
J.b-.Z Pdnt—3. B. White.
.-hall not grant further time.
li'hed in the D emocratic T ime -.
due to hi- exiTlions
X'I/. ia Valley anti Antiodi— C. C. McClen
Moii >n wa- amended so that mem-
don, John Sizemore, T. B. Kent.
Ri solved, That we, the members of
There being no further business be-
Manzanita— J. B. Wrisley.
r--peaking in the di-n-. ion be al- this Teachers’ ln-titule, do hereby
Idre the Uonvention, on motion it ad-
Willow 'Spring*— Tims. Chavner.
ive'l livt* minutes. Motion, a-amend- icU'ler our heartfelt thanks to l’rol.
./ac/.xonrilh— Charles W. Savage, Morris
Simpson, State Supt. of Public In-truc-
It was ordered that the Secretary
I. Critic-’ report. Tin y were brief lion, for the able manner in which lie
instruct the several Committees of
ha- presided oserour prtK-eeding-, and
their appointments, and that these pro
the interest taken in our pul>lic ■'«•liools.
Tn e September number of nboiZbs
()n motion, tiie Secret;»ry wa- in- !iousi hold Magazine is on our table. ceedings be published in the local pa
EVEN 1 Nt. EX E’.U I-LS.
.-tructed to furni.-h tiie D emocratic We always have a good word to say
JOHN S. 11 ERBIN, Pres’t.
Th“ meeting was called to order at 1: mi .-an<l (in gon Smtici ' each a copy for this publication—it is stu b a whole-
IL K. H anna , Sec’v.
1» o’e!<)< k, Hon. Syl. C. Simp-oil j re- of the proceedings of this se—ion, souled book---- o wide awake, so lively
P<»RTL AN I> A DVEKT1SEM ENTS. —At-
with request to publi-h them. Motion and entertaining, yes always so cha-te
tention is called to the Portland adver
ab.-(“iit, C. W. was adopted.
and refined. It is a regular little go-
tisements in another column.
till the vacancy
A motion to adjourn cariied.
ahe.id, too, as comparison between its
readers will find these firms reliable
SYL. C. SIMPSON, Pres’t.
numbers will prove. We learn that
and reasonable in their prices, (none
The lecturer of the evening, Prof.
F. W. E wing , S<‘c’y.
tlu* firm of S. S. \\ ood A Co. dissolved
advertise but who are) and they will
J. H. Skidmore, being absent, the sub
in March last, the “Co.”
do well to patronize them.
I'ort liianuUli X<*w*t.
ject of “School Discipline” was intro
Shutes, ALiyor of Newburgh), retain
duced by J. I). Fountain. 'I’he sub
The Klamath Indians expre-s great ing possession of the magazine, and
D issolved . — The co-partnership
ject led to a discus don of “(’orporeal indignation at the liberties allowed re -aliing 11. V. Osl»orno (Tenoroon) as heretofore existing between Simon
Punishment.” Mes.-rs. Fount tin, Stan S ar-face«! ( barley and the scouts who editor.
So, though the publication Caro and Morris Baum has been dis
ley and Hall favored vigorous punish deserted Jack and helped General really changed hands, it has not suf solved. The business will be carried
ment, in extreme case.-. Messrs, ('ox D.ivis, declaring that if Jack and tin* fered from the management of a new on at the old stand in Ashland by J.
and Jewell were opposed to such treat others that wen* convicted art* hanged, publisher or new editor, but under the M. McCall & Co.
Charley and the other scouts will redoubled effort- of its energetic pro
“ healing on the wings,” say all who
A motion to close to convene the never leavi* the country alive.
prietor, has gained new fore«“ and new have made use of Im. W istah ’ s B alsam oe
ilh ’ HERBY, and by such use been cured
following morning at 9:30 o’clock was
Not long ago Scar-faced and Bogus attractivenc". l’rice only one dollar W
of coughs, colds, bronchitis, sore throat,
Charley were armed and sent after two a year. Address W ood ’ s H o I' sehold inllu n/.a or consumption. The prudent
will always keep this standard remedy by
S aturday , August «30.
de.-erters, whom'Ahey caught. This M agazine , Newburgh, N. Y.
so incensed the soldi«“!'-that they swear
Fou the very best Photographs, go to
R osicrucians ’ l’li'ii ax .—The pro Bradlev A Rulofson's < iallcrv without stairs
Institute convened agreeable to
vengeance on those tw > worthies.
v ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOR, 429
j«>urmn- :d, 9:39 o’clock A. M.
Till* general health of the troops is prietors of Pipifax Bitters have issued —
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, Cal.
The ilou-e was called to order by good, as also is that of the Modoes, a circular in behalf of this celebrated
who are becoming consideralily bleach tonic, in which they say : “The Rosi
The Secretary being absent, J. D. ed out, owing to their confinement. crucians were a sect of philosophers Wil ELPLEY—JAMISON—At the residence
of the bride's parents, September 2d, 1873,
Fountain was appointed Secretary pro Curly-headed Doctor seemed mon“ de * * * * who prosecuted profound re
by Elder Peterson, Thus. II. Whelpley to
Miss Mary Jamison.
There is some fear of trouble with philosophy, and sought to discover the
the Klamaths when tin* Modocsare ex
1. Prayer by R. C. Armstrong,
SCHUTZ—In this city, September 3d, 1S73,
o Mu-ic, vocal aud instrumental, ecuted, The following companies are Pipifax Bitters claim that the Rosicru
to the wife < f Veit Schutz, a daughter.
now at Klamath: Captain Hasbrouck’s
Battery B, Fourtl i Artillery; Captain the head of the standard beverages of
1*KOCEEI»1NGN OF THE
dhr tl cm ot vat it <» ¡mes.
PERRY DAVIS A SON,
Best Family Medicine of the Age !
. 1 nd u-hy it should be kept always near at hand :
F or tiie S tate F air .—W. C.
Myer intends t; iking his Percheron
horses, “White 1 ’iim-e” un i “Najiole-
on H,” aliti als«» kis Per heron mare<
.and .-( ■vera! colt s, one-half to seven-
(ighth bloods, frt om one to three year
old, to the State Fair at S d-“in, whit h
1 hi- dis-
comm; •!)• es on < » tober Gth.
ght -to.-k v. ill l»e apt
\ illam«“tte friend -.
T iie A ddress .—Oil our first page
will Lt* found th(“ addfe.-- of Syl. ('.
Simp-on, E-q., Slate Superintendent
ol Publi • I’.i-truetioii, delivered to a
1 irge audience at the Court House last
Saturdiy evening. It is, to say the
least, interesting anti ¡ndnictive, and
was dt livercd in excell lent manner,
and we regret that, owing to the
crowded state of our cohimn-, we are
unable to give it cut ire. it will bo
,concluded in our n .xt week s issue.
Bt R' ilaes A boi t . — Some burg
lars mad»- a raid on the n-idem-c of
and got away with tb it g.-ntlemau's
pantaloons, containing a few dol| trs.
They seemed to be after the coin only,
for the pantaloons were found on a
iieigh’.Mir’s fence the next morning,
The same persons went through the
residences of Sheriff McKenzie and
Patrick Feh< ly that evening, capturing
sundry articles of food, and the next
evening were uliout enti ring Silas J.
Day’s dwelling, when they were dis
covered anti frightenejl off. They were
next heard of at Ashland, wb.ore they
entered O. A. Davis’ hoiix» and robbed
hi- pI”«.«!*“oi1 ■ of oine money.
es.-rs. Kent, Cox, Ilall, Simpson, fantry; Captain Noy’s Compauy I,
ley, Leeke; Fountain and Crab- Twelfth Infantry; (’apt. Bollock’s Com
followed in a spirited discussion. pany F, Twenty-fifth Infantry.
Company B, Twenty-fifth Infantry,
and a company from Arizona, were ex
pected there soon.
G. Essay l»y Mis- Ida Beach.
Captain Hasbrouk,with a detachment
I. “I’hy.-ical Training,” treated by
of fifteen men, has gone to the scene of
AV. T. Leeke.
Me—rs. Stanley, Cox, Simpson and the nuwsacre of Captain Thomas’ com
Dr. Aiken each added a few pertinent mand, in the lava bed, on tlu* 27th of
May, for the purpose of bringing the
of Lieutenant ( ranston and
8. Report of Critics—C. AV. Iyahler
others to Fort Klamath.
and J. 11. Clayton.
Ptin-Kdler is the most certain
Cholera cure that medical science
2nd. Pain-Killer as a Diarrhoea and
Dvsenterv remedy, seldom if ever
’3rd. Plin-Killer will cure Cramps or
Pains in any part of the system.
A single dose usually efforts a cure.
4th. Ptin-Killer will cure Dyspepsia and
and Indigestion, if used according
5th. J\tin-Killer is an almost never fail
ing cure for Sudden Colds, Coughs,
6th. Ptin-Killer has proved a Sovereign
Remedy for Fever and Ague, and
( hill Fever ; it has cured the most
7tli. Plin-Killer as a liniment is une
qualed for Frost Bites, Chilblains,
Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Sprains, Ac.
Sth. Ptin-Kdler has cured cases of
Rheumatism and Neuralgia after
9th. J\tin-Killer will destroy Boils, Fel-.
ons, Widows, Old Sores, giving re
lief from Pain after the first appli
10th. Pun-Killcr cures Headache aud
lltli. Plin-Killer will save you days of
sickness and many a dollar in time
and Doctor’s Bills.
Pain-Killer is a purely vegetable
preparation, safe to keep and to use in every
family. The simplicity attending its use, to
gether with the great variety of diseases that
may be entirely eradicated by it, and the-
great amount of pain and suffering thatcau,
be alleviated through its use, make it iuq»er-
ative upon every person to supply them-
selves with this valuable remedy, aud to
keep it always near at hand.
The Plin-KiUer is now known and appre
ciated in ever quarter of the globe. Pnvsi-
eians recommend it in their practice, while
every class of society have found in. it relief
and comfort. Give it a trial.
Be sure and buy the genuine. Every
druggist, and nearly every Country Grocer
throughout the land keep’it for sale.
Fit ee P ost ace .—As our readers are
aware, the new postal regulations re
quirt* every person taking newspapers,
in the county or outside, to pay pos
tage thereon after July 1st. We oiler
topre-pay jHistage to any part of tin*
Union for all those who pay for the
T imes in advance.
this paper will please send in the mon
ey immediately, and thereby save pos-
CRYSTAL & WRIGHT.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED would respoctful-
L ly inform the public that he has on hand
and is constantly receiving a superior assort
rpHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
1 to do all kinds of work in their line.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Wagons manufactured from choice timber,
and ironed in a superior manner. Old wa
gons repaired and made as good as new.
Blacksmithing in all its branches done on
short notice and at reasonable terms. Give
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
us a call. jriTShop on Oregon street, one
door al mvc Franco-American I^te*. .
Fruits in Season,
CRYSTAL A WRIGHT.
S ettle U p .—Those indebted to the
PRODUCE OF EVERY KIND,
We will take
And everything to l»e found in a tlrst-claM
W ood , G rain , E t (
requested to come forward and settle
variety store. Produce taken in ex
wood, grain, Hour and other produce
change. taS“ Please give
A1 T E R N< ion S ESS JON.
me a cull.
inpayment for subscription, it deli'- before October 1st. A word to the
wise is sufficient,
Pursiiant to adjournment, the In-ti- ered immediately.
WAGON-MAKING & BLACKSMITHING
California Street, Jacksonville, Oretjon.
A Tn OOA l*r ‘,ay * Agent« wanted J
All Classes of working peo
ple, of either sex, young or old. make more
money at work for us In their spare mo
ments. or all the time, than at anything
cl e. Particulars tree. Address
G. 8TJM8ON A Co., Penland, Me.