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JUDGE <fc NUNAN,
JIDUES OF ELECTION.
some cases the loss given is somewhat 1
exaggerated, but we think that $50,000
The following are the Jjidges of
Scarcely has a year elapsed since .
will represent the entire loss, not in
Election for the various precincts of
SATURDAY,........................... APRIL 1«, 1874. Jacksonville was visited by a disas cluding the insurance.
Manufacturers of and Dealers in All Kinds oj
this county, appointed at the April,
trous lire which destroyed several
Everybody worked with a will term of the County Court :
thousand dollars of property and laid
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
when fairly startl'd, and matters could
Ashland.— Thos. Smith, W. F. Son
Geo. P. Rowel] A Co........................ New York. waste a large area of buildings, when not have turned out better under cir
J. M. McCall.
S. M. l’ettingill A Co...................... New York. we tire again called to chronicle an
cumstances. Ladies also worked with
L. I*. Fisher,.................................San Francisco.
Eden.— E. K. Anderson; Fred. Bar-
Thos. Royce.................................. San Francisco other which, although not so destruc a will in carrying water, etc., and naburg, James Helms.
Dan. L. Green..................... Josephine County. tive as the former, is a severe stroke
—Jacob Thompson, C. j
lent no inconsiderable aid. Nor can
Magruder, W. J. Plymale.
wo go farther without noticing the ;
WE WILL SELL
(.'hfirtna-aii.— ( has. (Jaylord, Henry
At about half-past three or fourj
aid and comfort rendered the tired Fuller, P. Avery.
M. E. C hurch .— Religious services every
MEN’S AND BOYS’ SADDLES, from..........
...................... $10.00 up
Sunday, at the usual hours, by the Rever o'clock on Tuesday morning, when men by ladies liberally supplied with
JackxoHtdlle.— C. ('. Beekman, T. G. |
end« j. W. Stall). N. A. Starrand M. A. everybody was soundly slumbering,
hot coffee, already sweetened and Reames, K. Kul>li.
HARNESS, per sett, from........ .'............................................................................................... 25.00 up
f 'lionfoirn.— T. (¿mieron, John Can
C athoi . ic C hurch .—Divine Services ev
trell, L. Chappel.
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa assistance could be given the frame
LADIES’ SADDLES, from....................................................................................................... 18.00 up
The origin of the fire is not precisely
buildings on the south side of Califor
M. E. Srxmv Sciiooi..—Regular meetings
known, ami reports in regard thereto Gilson, C. Kleinhammer.
HORSE COLLARS, from ...................
nia street, between Oregon and Third,
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
are conflicting. Some say that the
Appletjate.— R. Benedict, J. O'Brien,
C athoi .K’ S unpay S ciiooi ..— Regular from the Eldorado saloon to White A
IJLACK-SNAKE Willi’S, from........ ........................................................
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
fire first broke out in the rooms of the
Martin’- -tore, and on the east side of
Foots ('reek.— S. Draper, C. Nye, R. HEAD IIALTERS, from..................................................
Social Club, while others aver it started
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Oregon street, from Wintjen A Helm-’
P. 0. REGISTER AND TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
in the Eldorado saloon. Others, how
Grants How.—Win. Kahler, II. Ma
And all our goods at equally LOW RATES. Wo warrant all the above work. All wo
saloon .to the corner of Oregon and
want these times is a fair living profit.
ever, believe it to have been set on gruder, B. Mench.
Stages leave Jacksonville as follows ;
California, was one sheet of flame and
Give us a call and see if we wont do all we assert.
For Rock l‘»#nt, Grant's Pa«« and llos* 1-
Leland.— S. Isham, Frank Davis,
fire, and John Lenn-'X, white, and
Repairing promptly done.
burg, every «lav at *: 15 a . m . Mail <‘1<>.««•« at pa-t all hope of safety. The buildings
Z’5“ The highest ea-li price paid for Deer Skins.
8 A. M.
Jacksonville, 13th, 1*74.
being old ami of pine wood, burned
For Plbrnix. Ashland. Yreka and Red-
rious characters, were arrested on sus
M. Chapin, M. S. Wakeman.
d’ng. California, every day at H»;3t> a . m . like so much paper, and it was with
picion. The evidence again-t them
Mail closes at 10 A. 'I.
Hock Point.— (’. Schieilelin, L. J. :
difficulty that some of the persons
IMPROVE YOUR POULTRY.
not being sufficient, however, they White, Ben. 1 Iaymond.
For Applegate, Kerbyville. Waldo and
Crems’iit City, every Monday and Thursday
i'iounre ¡lock.— S. b . iiuii, j . w.1
morning, at 3 o'clock. Mail closes at .* p. m . idly spread to the opposite side of Cal were discharged.
the preceding evening.
While this i- a severe loss on every
I offer myselfasan independent candidate IT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP
Table Rock.— O. (laniard, C. C1. Mc for the oilice of Sheriff of Jackson county.
The mail for Central Point, Table Rock. ifornia street, and in a twinkling the h>ne concerned, -till we art* happy to say
(). A. D avis .
Eagle Point, Brow iisboroiigh and Sam's frame buildings between Judge A Nu-
Clendon, John Cardwell.
Ashland, March 24, 1874.
Valley leaves every Wednesday morning;
that a majority signify their intention
Little Rutte.— G. W. Isaacs, James
nan’s saddlery .-tore ami John Bilger’s
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closes the evening preceding.
of starting again.
THAN POOR ONES!
Miller, E. Emory.
For County Clerk.
The mail for Linkville. Hot Springs, Yia- tin and hardware -tore were being de
m>x and Lake L’ity, leaves Ashland every
T<> the I iidcpendent Voters (>f Jackson County:
voured by the fiery element. By this
shortly, though this is the second Thos. Wright, V. S. Ralls.
1 hereby announce myself an Indejiond-
Money Or»ler office o|K‘u from 9 a . M. to time the town was fairly aroused, and
Jtig Rutte.— IL T. Severance, David ent candidate for Countv Clerk at the com- The OAKLAND POULTRY YARDS,
5 1*. M.
ing general election, subject to the auproval
Dunlap, B. Sills.
OFFICE H ours —From 7 A. M. to 7 u. M.; by almost superhuman efforts the tire same place.
Corner of Sixteenth and Castro Sts.,
Sundays. ;Ui minutes alter arrival of stages. was prevented from spreading to the
( r OOSC Lake.—A. Tenhrook, T. Mul of the voters of Jaek-<>n countv.
CHAS. W. SAVAGE.
Judge A Nunan, w ho some time ago holland, W. C. Greenmail.
Mail matter must be in on time or it will
Jacksonville, Feb. 20. 1*74.
-lied-back of Bilger’s and Sachs Bros.’
M ax M uller , P. M.
purchased part of the ground formerly ,
Lost Hirer.— A. Langell, D. W. Kil-
building-on the north -ide of Califor
occupied by the I . S. Hotel, have
M illinery .—Mrs. 1». Donegan will nia street, and Wintjen A Helm.-’ and
SEASON OF 1874.
Foil the very best Photographs, go to
commenced operations already. '1 hey
in a few days receive one of the most White and Martin’s on the south.
plegate, N. Stephenson.
Braillev A Rulotson's (Jallerv w itliout stairs
MTASCKND IX THE EI.EVATOll, 429
elegant and complete stocks of millinery Tin* tire was thus fortunately kept in saved quite a lot of tlmir stock, which
Sprague Hirer.— G. L. Dean, J.
Street, San I'rancisco, Cal.
EUGS FOR HATCHING
ever brought to Jacksonville. The ladies
James, W. Brown.
should not fail to see them.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
From tiro largest and l>est bred Fowls in
of the tow n saved from entire destruc
Langell and Colman, who own the
HAi'i'v Ri t.ir.i To Y oung M en from the
N ew A dvertisements . — Henry tion. Meanwhile the fire had become land between Bilger’s-and Judge A
Carefully packed and warranted to carry
effects of Errors and abu-i's in early life. safely any distance. The varieties coin prise
Pape request* those indebted to him to set so hot around the brick buildings of
Xunan’s former quarters, contemplate Lodge Xo. io, I. O. O. F., held at their Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar Dark ami Light Brahmas, Bull' ami Part
riage removed. New method of trealmeiit. ridge <'oeliins, White Ix'ghorns, lloudans,
A. Fisher and Judge A Nunan, that
New and renrirkable remedies. Booksand and Sil ver Spangled Hamburg«.
erecting a fine brie/.' thereon.
Webb A Jones are now running the “New
hall on the 13th day of April, ls?L circulars
despite the best of our citizens they
sent tree, in sealed envelopes. Ad
Black Spanish, Wliiti* Dorkings, Golden
Slate." Call on them and “smile.”
1>. Linn will doubtless repair hi- the following resolutions were adopt dress II • >W
A R1 > ASS' ><' I AT1< >N. N umber 2 Polands, Aylesbury Ducks, and < Janie.
at la-t succumbed ami the combustible
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South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa.,—an In
Si bright and Black Alriean Ban'ams.
stitution having a high reputation for hono
(ioV. (¡ rover will speak at Ashland material contained therein was entirely
A tine invoi"<* of Bronze Turkevs, weigh
Wm. Kreutzer has already com
ing tH) lbs. to the pair just nsfived.
as , It has pleased Almighty rable combh’t and professional skill.
next Friday, and in Jacksonville on
-iTSend stamp for illustrated cir<*ular to
menced removing his hou-e from God in hi- infinite w i-dom, to remove
V;i:<i. It. BAYLEY,
John Orth’s large brick was also in
OpjMising candidates arc
Jac/.son creeA- and erecting a tempo from our midst by death our well-be
Inqiorter ami Deah-r of Choico Poultry.
invited to participate. Hally, Demo imminent danger, and the T imes of rary baZery on his old ground.
B< >X (>59, San Francisco.
loved brother, <>. P. Alexander;
crats, rally !
Buyer A Son will resume a* soon a-
R.solred, That in the death of our
General Agent for the Phidtry World, a
call. But thanks to a good pump and
magazine, devoted entirely to
R esumption .—-Wm. Boyer informs
brother, <»ur Lodge and the fraternity
hose in the butcher-shop, the entire
Poultry. The best paj>er published in tho
his many friends that he will resume
of Odd Fellow- have lost a zealous
country. Subscription $1.25 |ier year. Also
building was saved. D. 1.inn’s furni
in an apartment of Caton's shoe-shop, and active member, and society an es COST AND FREIGHT ! ! agent for the A niencan Standard of Rjcel-
business as soon as his stock arrive-
lenee. Price 50 cents. ‘Agents wanted in
ture wan -rooms were al-o in dose
w here he is ready to accommodate his teemed and re-peet<‘d citizen.
and In» can secure quarters. He re
«•very city ami town in th<* country. For
quarters, and escaped only by the
further information address lk>x 659, San
customers. He will rebuild shortly.
quests those indeotvd to call immedi
Reso!red, That we tender to the be
timely application of blankets and wa
Others also intend starting again, a- reaved family of our deceased brother
Ph ase state what paper you saw this ad
ately and settle.
ter. Th<‘ following are the losses sus rapidly as they van secure quarters.
— _ 4».
our mo-t heartfelt sympathy, in this,
February 28th, 1874.
M ay -D ay P arty .—As will he seen
their hour of ailliction, and commend
I. <><11. Bitt ', I l il'S.
Fi-her Bros., general merchandise
el<ewherv, 11. P. D ‘skins will give a
them for consolation to Him w hodoeth Granger, Stove & Hardware Store! WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
grand hall on the 1st of May. A pttr-e and building, $28,000 ; insured for
all things well.
of $50 for puttie* and a similar purse $10,1100.
Don’t forget to hear Gov. Grover
. 1 SII LA ND, OH ECON.
lb soh ed, That in token of respect,
for target-shooting are offered. A fine
Judge A Nunan, saddlery, etc., next week.
the Lodge be draped in mourning ami
time is expected.
$2,<010 ; fully insured.
S. C. Peck, stage agent at Yreka, the members wear the usual badge of
N. Langell, shoe-shop, building oc
mourning for thirty days.
R f . tfrning .—1 hiring the pa-t week cupied by Solomon and himself, $700 ; was in tow n this w< ek.
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, S1L-
PARLOR AND COOKING STOVES, from IVAT<TIES,
verwarc, etc., has receive«! a largo ad
various persons sent from this county
dition to hi* w‘«‘ll-sele«‘ted stock of Jewelry
Nails. 10 cents per pound.
stage travel has perceptibly increased. -pread upon the minutes of the Lodge,
to the Insane Asylum have been re
Henry l’apc, saloon fixtures and
copy thereof be furni-hed to
ELGIN AND WALTHAM,
Harrow teeth. 12 «-ents p«-r pound.
turning. J. Blattner, who was sent stock, $500 ; no insurance.
A-lier Marks, uf R >-eburg, pa--ed each of our tow n papers for publica
Novelty «‘lotlies wringi-rs, $•>.(*<».
< Jold and silv«T Watches, Gohl and Silver
there several months ago, has returned.
Hand-made hors«! sho<‘ nails, 40 cents per Chains, all imported from tin* first manufac
C. Colman, building occupied by through tow n this w eek for San Fran tion, and a copy under seal of the
turers in the East. A fine lot of SETH
F. Wetzel, al-o formerly of this place, Pape, $1,000 ; insurance, $5oo.
Lodge be sent to the family of our de-
Ami all Hardw are at tin* same low figures, THOMAS’
passed through town on his way to
II. Kelly and J. M. McCall, dele cea-ed brother.
Ben. Sadis, damage to stock, $500;
EIGHT-DAY WEIGHT CLOCKS.
Tin. Sheet-1 ron and ('opper work <l<me to
Yreka, where he has relations living.
all kinds of E igiit -D ay axi > 3<i-H«»un
order in a w<>rkman-like manner, at the
P<H KKT CUTI.EHY AM» W lI.I.oW
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Wm. Boyer, groceries, etc., includ tion from this county, have returned.
W ai : i : of all kinds ; a new assortment of tho
A CONUNDRUM.—A leading ques
White A Martin and John Bilger
or account must come forwanl ami settle by most (•legant
ing money ami personal property,
tion is the reason of the Sentinel not
the first of March next, or their accounts
received a (piantitv of new good- by
Toys for the Holidays,
about $3,500 ; no in-urance.
w ill be put in th«* hands of an officer, with
saying anything about the Radical
way of Roseburg this week.
XtsI’.AlM —Dl'NSCll—In llo- < iiy. at llrv 10 percent additional, foreolle«‘tion.
James Drum, groceries, provisions,
B. F. REi;*EIL
i < -i<lein e of I,. Solomon. April 14. is(I. by
“wake” held in town upon the receipt
The Board of Trustees did not la id
P olls , baby wagons ,
etc., ami building, $ loo ; no insurance.
Rev. M. A. Williams, Wm. Nusbaum to ■ Ashland Jan. 31st 1*74.
of the news of Tolman’s nomination.
a meeting la-t Tue-day. They will
Geo. Sehumpf, barber-shop fixtures,
Was it because of the insignificance of
meet next Tue-day, however.
In f>»ct everything that is want«»«! for the liof-
i’*.avs. A tine lot of SILVER PLATED
the effort, and the lack of participator.- $5oo ; no insurance.
N. 1 r.mgcll is the member of the
W A RE of tile lg«st quality. Also a fine lot ot
and enthusiasm ? Or was it in kind
Music lltsees, Ace^rdeons, Gtohirs, Violats, etc.
of Erysipelas, <>. 1*. Alexander; aged 3S
tures, $200 ; no insurance.
regard of the feelings of the ring?
A Fine Assortment of
from this county. Alex. Watts repre
and. SMOKING 7V/IJA(NX),
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sents Josephine in that lx>dy.
Pipes, Pi|>e-st«‘ins, and anything of that
NEW, THIS WEEK.
R1.LI EF EN TERT A IN M ENTS. — We ofc., $2,oon fino in-urance.
kind tlral mav I m - wanted. 1 am also Agent
Tin.* O. A C. Stage Co. w ill com
Wm. Kreutzer, bakery stock, house
learn that it is the intention of the
f.r the GROVER A BAKER and FLOR
mence running on summer time on
ENCE S«‘wing Machine«, and keep them
iixhqiondent Literary Society to give hold and Zitchcn furniture,------ ; no
constantly on liaml. I have just receive«!
th<‘ 1st of May, making the trip from
the latest' improved Fl«'»rcnet«, which fec«is
rpHOSE INDEBTED TO THE. ENDER-
a series of entertainments for the -of insurance.
railroad to railroad in 52 hours.
New A<1 v<*rlisement. He is
sinned are requested to settle IMME
the work FROM THE oTERAToR.
S. Cohn, general merchandise, etc.,
ferers by the late lire, and have already
Jew elrv. Ws*t«'hes and t'loeks cleanc«]
Ben Sachs, having sustained consid
and repaired mid warrantt*«!. Also Sewing
the lire, the money i- needed.
sent for dramas, comedies, etc., there $2,000 ; no in-urance.
erable damage to his goods |(y the
11 EX RY I’APE.
Machines cleit>u*<l and repaire«!.
L. Solomon, general merchandise,
for. This is a very commendable ob
^£r Give me a «- m H.
lire, is selling them for almost nothing.
ject, and the Society deserves much
Those wishing a bargain should not II. L. WEBB.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY,
credit for the interest taken in the
fail to call.
(¡co. P. Fitts, of this place, has re
NEW STATE SALOON,
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John Orth, damage to building, etc., ceived a patent on it grain tally, an
M ining A ccident .—The hydraulic
Corner California ami Third Streets,
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES,
.$300 ; fully in-ured.
mine on Brim-tone Gulch, near (¡rave
W^3B & JONES, Propr s.
Veit Schutz, building occupied by George w ill make his fortune on the
Oeek, tielonging to Messrs. I-ham A
rpHE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF TUTS
Kreutzer, $1,000 ; no insurance.
<’< l , caved on Thursday afternoon, 9th
1 school will common«*« almut the middle
McManus A Owen, buildings occu
McCall A Co., of Ashland, will in a
ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER, togeflwr
of August, and is <livid«sl in four sessions,
Mr. Southwick I-ham wa-
\ with the finest brands of liquors and ci 8. E. WATT.
( HAS. K. KT.UM. ot eleven weeks each. The follow ing are the
eaught by the fall of the cement, ami pied by Sehumpf, Social Club and few days receive the novelties of the gars always on hand.
WATT & KLUM,
Board ami tuition, j»er term.................... $40.0»
had his right leg badly bro/.-en in
their lino call on them, as they know GRAND MAY-DAY BALL Saddle & Hamess Manufacturers, Bed and Betiding.......................................... 4.00
two places—a longitudinal fracture ju-t be
Drawing and painting................................ goo
Judge A Nunan, $3,000 ; insured for how to suit everybody.
(Ihr il fino trafic aimes.
SADDLERY AND HARNESS.
low the knee, ami a transverse comminuted
fracture near the ankle. Dr. Jewell was tel- $1,500.
egraplic'l tor, and informs us that he ex
John Bilger, damage to store, $500 ;
perts to save Mr. Isham's limb, but that it
will beat least two months before the injury fully insured.
C. (.’. BeeAtnan, damage to goods by
A rrested and F ined .—A fellow
by the name of Cartwright being very
belligerently inclined the day of the
fire, undertook to show Ids skill by
capsizing several individuals with his
mawleys. Not satisfied with this he
struck at Marshal (¡rob, who was re
monstrating with him at his conduct,
but that officer brought him to terms
with his cane and inarched him off to
jail. Recorder Hayden found him
guilty and fined him $10 for his
♦rouble, which was paid and he was ,
released from custody.
The \ ieuxtemps Bros, give a grand
musical entertainment at A-hland thi-
evening. They have bt'en teaching
music then* for some time, and the rpiIE UNDERSIGNED WILT, GIVE A
concert is given by their scholars. I grand ball at his house at Sports’ Point
removal, $200 ; no insurance.
They have our thanks for compliinen- on the 1st of Mav, Is, I.
A pur-e ot -<>0 w ill be put up to bo run for
P. J. Rvan, building occupied by taries.
bv saddle hor-os and ponies.
A purse of
will also lie offered for tar
Boyer, $1,500 ; no insurance.
Hon. J. B. White and family left
fhe total amount of loss, according for Oakland, ^t’al., this week, where
Everybody is invited to attend.
II. P. DESKINS.
to the above, is $58,000 ; insurance,
about $20,000, ¡n the Imperial, Home Mr. White and lady are old and re
spected residents of this courRy, and
Mutual, Fireman’s Fund, Phoenix and
we are pained to part with them.
The Republicans of this District
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
In this connection we may add the
loss sustained by White A Martin, didn’t make a nomination for Prose
They evidently HUIE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER,
intjen A Helms, and others, on ac cuting Attorney.
thought it was no use to put up any I has now on hand and is eonstantly man
count of damage to building, removing body against IL K. Hanna, Esq., and ufacturing th<« bo*t Lair<‘r Beer in Southern
goods, etc., which, though small, will doubtless nobody wanted to sacrifice , Oregon, which ho will sell in quantities to
suit purchasers. Call and test the article. I
somewhat swell the aggregate. In himself in so hopeless a <an e.
l*»ano..................... ...................... ." is.no
Entrance fee, only one«*............................
ANUFACTURE AND IMPORT CON-;
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
cord Team. Buggy and Plow Harness.'
Team Collar«, Concord Team and Primary,
Buggy Collars, Men’s, Boys', and Side Sad-! Junior,
dies. Bridles, Ciiiehas and Stirrups, Whip«. ■ Senior,
Currv-«‘«»inI»«, Leslie«, Spurs, Collar l’ads,|
Pupil« arc received at any time, and their
and everything u-nally kept in a well regu-
will be «*oiint«*<l fr<»m the day of their
lateil harness establishment.
W'e ar«* using Kerby's Genuine Santa Cruz . entrance. For further particulars apply at
leather, and guarantee Satisfaction to our; the Academy.
ALL CHEAP FOR CASH.
Repairing neatly and quickly done.
Please give us a call.
To Whom it May Concern.
4 T.L PERSONS WHO OWE SUPSCRII’;
/\ tion or Job Work to th«* D fm «»«- i : ai ic
T imes lH*tw«>«*n January Till, 1*71, am! Ju'v
1st. 1872, will nlcasf* noti«-«* this advertise
ment, a« I shall, unless paid up inn «cry
short time, put their a<‘«‘«*uiits in the bands
of an officer for <*ollectinn.
J. N. T. MILLER A CO.,
By E. D. Foudrav, Agent.
.January 23d, 1874.
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
I appointed Janies W. Crutcher, Esq., niv
agent, to attend to all necessary business
during mv ahsonee in the IList.
1 have al«o placed my note« and account«
in the hands of H. K. Hanna, Esq., for col
lection. Parties interested will govern them- ' TOB WORK OF ALL KINDS NEAT! V
»1 ami promptly <,x«,< ir<,d at ti e !!5
J A MEs T. GLENN.
PRINTING vJ’FlCJ' it the lowest ni,v,
Jacksonville, Octol.'cr 1*, 1*73.