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BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
25 PER CENT. SAVED !
The following is the mortality re
A special meeting was held on the
By purchasing Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
JANUARY 10, 1874 port for the year 1873, as furnished us evening of January 6th. All members
Boots, Shoos, Ac., Ac., at
by the City Sexton, Mr. R. S. Dunlap : present except Mr. Linn.
” CLOTHING STORE,
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
Minutes of previous meeting read
O. D. Hoxie, died January 8th;
Alder Sts., Dirt I and.
Geo. p Rowell A Co..
...... New York. aged 63 years, 1 month and 2 days; and approved.
N. M. Pettingill A Co
from $20.00 to $30.00
...... New York.
Jurors and witnesses fees in the
L. P. Fisher,...............
15.00 to 22.50
San Francisco. disease, hepatic abscess ; buried in I.
.San Francisco O. O. F. Cemetery.
Chinese tfases, to the amount of $39.90,
L. Samuel.................. .
44 .. 12.50 to 20,00
l>an. L. Green............
1,000 Pairs French Cassim’e Pants $7 pr pair
Mary F. Obenchain, died January w’ere ordered paid. Marshal’s bill of
1,000 “ Americ’n 44
“ $5.50 “
11th ; aged 23 years, 5 months and $32, and Recorder’s bill of $35.25, in
BOYS' d YOUTHS' CLOTHING.
F armers are busy plowing.
12 days ; consumption ; in town ceme Chinese cases, were also ordered paid ;
■KiF The largest and bost selected stock of
Bov’s and Youth’s Clothing, at REDUCED
also other bills to the amount of $49.
M ean B usiness .—As will be seen
Charles Lucke, died January 11th ; Total amount ordered paid, $155.90.
elsewhere, Sachs Bros, request those
100 doz. Undershirts A Drawers, at 50c apiece
motion of Mr. Fisher, the peti
>< 75^. »♦
indebted to them to come forward and
tion of Day & Ratrie, for privilege to
settle by Feb. 1st, 1874, and save costs. cemetery.
Patrick Donegan, died February 23d; I extend mining flume, was taken up
par No trouble to show Goods. Call and
For further information, see the new
aged 2 years, 11 months and 7 days ;
typhoid fever ; in Catholic cemetery. same was referred to a special commit
L iterary S ociety .—The following
Wm. Crawford, died February 25th; tee—Wilson, Helmsand Fisher—with
officers were elected for the term on consumption ; in town cemetery.
instructions to examine and report at
Friday, Jan. 2d: President, I. W.
Martin V. B. Vail, died March 7th ; the next meeting.
All those indebted to the undersigned,
Berry; Vice President, Miss Annie aged about 40 years ; killed by falling
The Recorder then presented a re
either by Note or Book Account, prior
Miller ; Secretary, Roliert Kahler; bank ; in town cemetery.
cord of the County Court proceedings
Treasurer, Miss Sarah Berry.
Christian Hanson, died April 11th ; in the case establishing a county road to January l«f, 1874, are hereby re- Affords advantages for the thorough Com
mercial Education of young and middle-
men. Send for College Paper.
C arl B osco .—This celebrated wiz
spectfully requested to come forward at
D e FRANCE <t JAMES.
ard will give an exhibition at Veit’s
Francois Jaquette, died May 14th ; be returned, as he recognized no right once and settle up.
Hall to-night. He has a superior as
sortment of new tricks, and everybody
All anlounts due us and left unpaid
the corporation. Motion carried.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
should go and see him. Admission, bank ; in town cemetery.
50 cents; children, half-price.
N PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
30th ; aged 27 years, 7 months and 27 the Board to the condition of the road
the County Court for Jackson counhr,
I nstallation of O fficers .—At a days ; intermittent fever ; in I. O. O. and streets, and suggested that work
State of Oregon, the undersigned Adminis
of the estate of John Thurber, de
regular meeting of Oregonian-Pocahon F. cemetery.
and repairs be done upon the hill road for collection, unless satisfactory ar- trator
ceased, will offer for sale at public auction
tas Tribe No. 1, I. O. R. M., held on
Jacob Roudebush, died Juno 27th ; and some of the streets. He also
for cash at the Court House door in Jack
the evening of the 6th inst., the fol aged 44 years ; congestion of kidneys; moved that the ordinance prescribing rangements are made with us.
Saturday, the 10th day of Jan’y,1874,
lowing officers were duly installed by in town cemetery.
the duties of Street Commissioner lie
Tho following described real property BOOTS and SHOES,
Deputy Great Sachem Jno. Cimborsky
Mary Nunan, died June 28th ; aged taken up and read a third time and
situated in Jackson county, Oregon, belong
for the ensuing term : A. P. Owen, S.; 73 years ; debility ; in Catholic ceme adopted. Motion sustained and ordi-
ing to said estate, to-wit :
Donation Claim No. 44 of John Thurber,
Sol. Sacks, S. 8.; P. I). Hull, J. S.
in section nine and sixteen, in Township
Dora Schultz, died June 28tli; aged
Mr. Wilson then moved that the
No. 38, South of Range, one west, containing
T axes .—Taxes come in very slowly
hundred and fifty-six and sixty-two
Street Commissioner be ordered and
hundredths acres, less 40 acres sold off to
this year, and there is as yet no money 23 years ; consumption ; in Catholic
directed to put California Street, be
in the County Treasury. Despite the
Sale to commence at 1 o’clock p. M., of said
Rosa Delia Schultz, died July 6th ; tween Oregon Street to 4th Street, in
best efforts of Sheriff McKenzie and
of said Estate. CROCKERY AND GROCERIES,
his deputies, hardly the State’s share aged 7 months and 17 days; cholera good condition, also Oregon Street from
infantum ; in Catholic cemetery.
E Street to Main Street, by remov
-of taxes has been gathered. The
Frank Norton, died July 25th; ing the mud and filth, and otherwise
Sheriff, however, gives notice that to
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND
aged 4 months and 15 days ; inflam improve said streets.
order of sale duly issued by P. Dunn,
save costs, everybody must pungle by
mation of the bowels ; in town ceme
J. P. McDaniel was appointed Fire
Clerk of the Circuit Court for Jackson coun-
the 31st inst.
tv, State of Oregon, and to me directed and
Warden to fill the vacancy therein.
delivered, in favor of Elizabeth Hays and
I. O. G. T. I nstallation .—At a
against V. S. Ralls and Catharine Ralls, for
William Wright, died August 23d ;
The Board then adjourned.
tiie recovery of live hundred and twenty-
regular meeting of Oregon Division aged 73 years ; fall from a horse ; I.
Which, when added to his present stock,
five dollars and twentv-three cents ($525.23)
in gold coin, with interest at the rate of one will surpass in extent, variety and quality
No. 1, Sons anil Daughters of Temper O. O. F. cemetery.
per cent, per month from the 19th day of any stock of goods ever offered to the public.
ance, held on the evening of the 7th
John Williams, died September
November, 1873, and ten per cent, for coun
Dr. J. N. Bell has located at Chico,
On account of delay in the shipment of
sel foes, togcthei with twenty-seven dollars these
inst., D. G. W. P. Daniel Cronemiller 25th ; aged 40 years ; syphilis ; in Cal.
goods, it becomes an absolute necessi
and forty cents ($27.40) costs and accruing ty to make
large reductions in prices to in
installed the following officers for the town cemetery.
costs, I have levied iqion and will proceed
sure their sale this season.
lion. J. W Nesmith has our thanks
ensuing term: Jno. A. Boyer, W. I*.;
Lizzie McMahon, died September for favors.
der for cash in U. S. gold coin, at the Court
House door in Jacksonville, in said county, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
A. P. Owen, R. S.; Jane Kubli, T.; 9th ; aged 20 years ; typhoid fever ;
Chris. Ulrich, F. S.; N. A. Starr, Chap in Catholic cemetery.
Saturday, January 24th, A. D. 1874,
lain ; Clara Starr, C.; S. J. Oliver, A. C.
James E. Norton, died September at S. Cohn’s.
1 o’clock P. M. of said day, the following de
Dr. G. II. Aiken intends leaving for
Utli ; aged 2 years, 6 months and 25
real property, to-wit : Claim num«
I. O. O. F. I nstallation . — At a
New Mexico in a few.days.
l>er fifty (50) descrilieil in Notification nuni-
days ; flux ; in town cemetery.
I ht six thousand three hundred and seventy-
regular meeting of Jacksonville Lodge
Col. John E. Ross has returned from
Mrs. A. W. Williams, died October
ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SIL-
four (6374), it being a part of Sections six (6),
No. 10, I. O. O. F., held on the even
verware, etc., lias received a large ad
3d ; aged 54 years ; typhoid fever;
to his well-selected stock of Jewelry
ing of the 3d inst., I). D. G. M. Ed.
(37), Range two (2) and three (3) West, be and silverware.
in town cemetery.
Hon. Henry Klippel has returned
Smith installed the following officers
ginning at a point South 62° 15”, West from
Keeps a Full Supply of
ELGIN AND WALTHAM,
Clara J. Markham, died Oct. 10th; from Salem. So has Hon. James D.
tho Northeast cjornor of Section one (1), Gold and Silver Watchos, Gold and Silver
for the ensuing term : K. Kubli, N.
Township thirty-seven (37), South Range Chains, all imported from the first manufac
aged 6 years, 4 months and 20 days ; Fay.
three (3), West twenty-five chains and thir turers in the East. A fine lot of SETH
G.; T. T. McKenzie, V. G.; C. W. Sav
pneumonia; in town cemetery.
teen links ; thence Eist thirty chains ; thence THOMAS’
age, R. S.; F. Luy, Treas.; 8. J. Day,
North fifty-three ? chains and thirty-four
Ella Solomon, died October 21st y will give the proceedings in our next
EIGHT-DAY WEIGHT CLOCKS.
West thirty chains; thence
1’. S.; John A. Boyer, Warden ; J. N.
South fifty-three chains and thirty-four
aged 2 months and 26 days ; scrofula ? issue.
Also all kinds of E ight -I) ay and 30- houh
McDonald, Conductor; P. Boschey, I. G.
„ one - hundred
. C locks ; P ocket C utlery and W illow
in Jewish cemetery.
acres (160), more or less, together with ail W ake of all kinds ; a new assortment of tho
James A. Miller, formerly a publish
and singular the tenements, hereditaments most elegant
Lydia L. Beekman, died Oct. 22d
I nstallation .—At a stated meet
er of the T imes , is now publishing a
and appurtenances thereunto belonging or
ing of Ruth Rebekah Degree Lodge I aged 5 years, 11 months and 6 days paper at Athens, Ohio.
in anywise appertaining.
Toys for the Holidays,
No 4, I. O. O. F
and being in the County of Jackson and
State of Oregon, ami levied upon as the ALBUMS, DOLLS, BABY WAGONS,
of the 5th inst., D. I). G. M. Edwin ! David McLain, died November 7th;
B FA D Y- MA D E CL O THING, property of the said V. S. Ralls and Catha
Smith installed the following officers aged 45 years ; measles; in town cem-
rine Ralls to satisfy the foregoing demands.
at this office immediately.
In fact everything that is wanted for the hol
t . t . mckenzie ,
for the ensuing term : N. Fisher, N. i etery.
Sheriff of Jackson county.
idays. A fine lot of SILVER-PLATED
Henry K. Wilson, died Nov. 7th;
G.; Lou. Savage, V. G., Jane Kubli,
Dec. 19th, 1873.
WARE of the best quality. Also a fine lot of
Music Bores, Accordeons, Guitars, Violins, etc.
R. S.; Mary Miller, T.; Frances Luy, aged 10 months and 14 days ; dropsy been removing the surplus mud from
A Fine Assortment of
F. S.; Jno. A. Boyer, W.; Thos. T.
and SMOKING TOBACCO,
N. D. Short, died November 10th ; much better appearance.
McKenzie, C.; Rachel Fisher, R. S. V.
Cal. St., (one door east of White A Martin,) Pipes, PijM»-stems, and anything of that
Cigars and Tobacco,
G. ; C. W. Savage, L. S. V. G.
aged 38 years; dyspepsia ; Masonic
No certificate of publication will be
kind that mav lie wanted. I am also Agent
for the GROVER A BAKER and FLOR
ENCE Sewing Machines, and keep them
S wine .—By far the most hogs
Wm. T. Rader, died November 12th; the charges are paid. No deviation
constantly on hand. I have just received
slaughtered -for many a year in this
the latest improved Florence, which feeds
NUTS A CANDIES,
the work FROM THE OPERATOR.
county are being cured this season. aged 18 years, 2 months and 3 days ; from this rule in the future.
AT LOWEST PRICES!
jsF Jewel rv, Watches and Clocks cleaned
More swine have been also raised the
and repaired and warranted. Also Sewing
Machines cleaned and repaired.
TOBACCO d CIGARS,
lielieve that story about Modoc Jack’s
past year, which makes bacon, hams, lic cemetery.
fir Give me a call.
Celia M. Brown, died November txxly being sent to Washington preserv 4 LL THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD
etc., considerable cheaper than was the
SUPERIOR GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS,
14th ; aged 77 years and 2 days ; con ed in whisky, if he was not sure that A at the very lowest prices. If you don’t
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY
.case then. Considerable money has
believe me, call and see.
PIPES, BASKETS, CUTLERY,
gestive chills ; in town cemetery.
also been brought into the county from
Mary E. Vancamp, December 2d ; er known to allow whisky enough to change for goods, and the highest price paid Yankee Notions and School Books,
hogs, by Wm. Bybee, Esq., who has
for the same.
THE SISTERS of the HOEY HAKES,
All kinds of hides taken in exchange for
taken nearly 1,000 hogs to adjoining aged 3 years, 3 months and 9 days; preserve an Indian to pass out of that
iudosure in such a way.
Which he will sell at Wholesale and Re
counties. This is a vast improvement measles ; in Catholic cemetery*
tail at the lowest rates. Give him a call.
HE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
on having to import hams, bacon, lard,
C AN DIES ! CANDIES ! ! I Jacksonville, Nov. 7, 1873.
school will commence alxiut the middle
9th ; aged 2 years, 1 month and 28
“T ime tries all tilings,” and lias proved I
etc., as was done heretofore.
of August, and is divided in four sessions,
days; congestion of the lungs; in
8. E. watt .
ciiah . k . klum . of eleven woeks each. The following are the
the remedy par ercellence for the eure of
T he I dentical R opes .—Dr. F. G. town cemetery.
WATT A KLUM,
coughs, colds, croup, whooping-cough, THE SUNLIGHT ’
Board and tuition, per term,....... ......... $40.00
Hearn, of this city, says the Yreka • Seth Hall, died. December 12th; bronchitis, asthma, phthysic, sore throat,
Bed and Bedding..................................... 4.00
Saddle & Harness Manufacturers, Drawing and painting.......................... 8.00
Journal, received portions of the ropes aged 40 years ; consumption ; in town and influenza. It cures coughs and colds
THE JOY OF EVERY FAMILY !
instanter. It soothes the irritated parts ; it
with which Captain Jack and Sconchin cemetery.
fee, only once,........................ 5j)Q
heals the inflamation ; and even consump Manufactured every day, of the best materi
were hung, which he now has at his
Add to the aliove 30 names 3 China tion itself yields to its magic influence.
anufacture and import con -
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
cord Team, Buggy and Plow Harness,
office, and which contain the regular men and 2 still-born infants, and it
Boston Team Collars, Concord, Team and
Primary, per term,.................. ........... M..$ 6.00
CANTY & WAGNER,
hangman’s knot. Thoy were secured makes a total of 35 interments in the
Buggy' Collars, Men’s, Boys’, and Side Sad Junior,
dles, Bridles, Cinchas and Stirrups, Whips,
and presented to him by Dr. T. T. different cemeteries for the year.
Wholesale and 'Retail Confectioners, Curry-combs, Lashes, Spurs, Collar Fails, Senior,
Pupils are received at any time, and their
— TAYLOR — At the resi
and everything usually kept in a well regu terms
Cabaniss, who was acting surgeon of Taking into consideration the con McALLISTER
will lie counted from the day of their
No. 107 Montgomery Street,
dence of Rev. M. A. Williams, December
lated harness establishment.
For further particulars apply at
the troops in attendance at the execu stantly increasing population, the re 31st, 1873, by Rev. M. A. Williams, Mr.
Wo aro using Kerby’s Genuine Santa Cruz entrance.
John McAllister to Miss Mary Jano Tay
leather, and guarantee Satisfaction to our
tion. Dr. Hearn has a large cabinet port shows the past season to have lor. Both of this county.
of Indian implements of warfare, cook been by far the healthiest we have had
ALL CHEAP FOR CASH.
ing utensils, pipes, etc., and to it he
THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE IS
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Repairing neatly and quickly done.
called to our immense assortment of Can
has added these pieces of rope, and
O fficers I nstalled .—The follow F or the very best Photographs, go to
also a cap worn by one of the Indians ing officers were installed at a meeting I Bradlev A Rulolson’s Gallery without stairs
executed. Besides various articles of of Jacksonville Stamm 148, U. O. R. Montgomery Street, San Francisco, Cal.
And warranted to keep in all climates.
Indian antiquity, the Doctor has fossils, M., held Jan. 8th, 1874, by District
he undersigned offers for
Prices LOW and TERMS LIBERAL. Or
200 PAGES; 500 ENGRAVINGS, and
sale his one-fourth interest in the Big COLORED PLATE. Published quarterly,
and minerals of every description, Deputy Gros Ober Chief, Herman v.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Butte Creek Steam Saw Mill, including at 25 cents a year. First number for 1874
fully attended to.
three yoke of oxen, trucks, chains, etc. I just issued. A German edition at same
collected during his residence of nearly Helms : E. Jacobs, Ober Chief; N.
H appy R elief to Y oung M en from the
offer the above at a very low figure. My price. Address
of Errors and abuses in early life
23 years in Yreka. The Doctor pre Fisher, Unter Chief; J. Schmitling, effects
terms are half cash, and half in either Stock,
JAMES VICK, Rochester, N. Y.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
Grain or Lumber. For further particulars
sented us with a photograph of himself By Chief; N. Fisher, Gehuelf Shrieft- riage removed. New method of treatment.
enquire on the premises or of the under
New and remarkable remedies. Books and
and Jacob Wagner, two of the twenty- fuehrer ; Jos. A’etterer, Priester; V. circulars
F YOU WANT TO BUY FINE MAPLE signed.
sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
GIVEN THAT I HAVE
one original settlers in Yreka, in Feb Schutz, Schatzverwahrer; L. Petzold, dress HOW ARI) ASSOCIATION, Number 2 can go to the woods and dig them, go to the I
appointed James W. Crutcher, Esq., my
South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa.,—an In-
agent, to attend to all necessary business
ruary, 1851, the latter gentleman being Krieger; Jacob Meyer, Waldwaech- I stitution having a high reputation for hono
my absence in the East.
at Ashland, Ogn., and the others scat ter; A. Hauser, Grenzwaechter.
or hay , cotton or wool , is no
I have also placed my notes and accounts
And see for yourselves. I also have fruit
doubt the best hand press now in use.
in the hands of H. K. Hanna, Esq., for col
tered in the Eastern States, if living,
A dvertising is the lubricator of ev TOB WORK OF ALL KINDS NEATLY and nut-bearing trees cheaper than ever be Address,
O. A. DAVIS,
lection. Parties interested will govern (hem-
tJ and promptly executed at the TIMES fore offered.
excepting two, who are now’ in vv ash-
selves accordingly. JAMES T. GLENN.
NEW STORE ! NEW GOODS !
PRINTING OFhICE at the lowest rates,
Ashland, Dec. 23, 1873.
Ashland, Dec, 5th, 1873,
Jacksonville, October 18, 1873,