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AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
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Geo. P. Rowell A* Co....... ................ New York.
S. M. I’ettingill A < 'o..... ................. New York.
1 P. Fisher,....................... ........ San Francisco
Tim*. Be»vce.................... .......... San l*’ran«'is<*o
pan. L. Green................... .Josephine County.
M. I.. C iiurck .— R«digi<»us services cverv
Sunday, ill tin* usual hours, by the Rever
ends .1. \\ . Stahl. N. A. Starrand M. A.
CvUhU.ic C hvrch .—Divine S«*rvices ev
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa
M. I-.. Scxn \v S chool .—Regular meetings
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
C athouc S cm »\ y Si himil . — Regular
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
D elayed .—Owing to the non-ar-
rival of our paper from Roseburg,
this issue has been delayed some
1 hanks . — Mrs. Thos. Chavncr
has our thauks for a bountiful sujs
ply of most delicious butter, which
cannot be excelled.
T iie “Hungry Brothers” are glo-
riously josheil if they suppose the
gallant Democracy will take anv
stock in their hunt for office.
D emocrat ic l’Ri m a it i es .—To-day
is the time set for holding the Dem
ocratic primaries. Let every Demo
crat, who has the welfare of his party
at heart, turn out and participate.
C elebration .— It is about time
arrangements were being made for
the celebration of the Fourth of
July in this place, if there is to be
\\ e should bv
* all means cole-
T he C rops .—The rainy weather
lately prevailing has been of im
mense benefit to the growing crops.
A most bountiful yield, excelling
all previous ones, is anticipated this
S old .—James McDonough last
week sold his fast trotting horse
“Barney Flanders” to Alex. Martin,
for $1,000. “Barney” is a fine,
promising animal, and the price
given is none too large.
A rrested .—An Indian named
Monewall was this week arrested for
drawing a pistol on various persons,
and had an examination before Jus
tice Turner, who tined him $10 and
costs, in default of which he was sent
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S piritualism .—Prof. Davi.* com
menced a series of lectures at the
Court House last Thursday evening,
and will conclude them to-morrow
(Sunday) at 11 o’clock A. M. He will
hold a discourse this evening, com
mencing at half-past seven.
Mt sic (’ lass .—The Vieuxtenqis
Bros, will hohl another meeting at
Veit’s Hall next Friday afternoon
from 2 o’clock until 5, for the pur
pose of receiving names to their
music class. All persons desiring
to become members are requested
to be present.
T he “Hungry Brothers” are mak-
/ • ing a strong ° tight
to capture the
Republican Convention to-day, and
run it as a family machine. Beek
man & Company have promised
300 Republican votes for the office-
seekers’ crew, and they propose
capturing the Convention as the
means of doing it.
B all . — Oregonian-Pocahontas
Tribe No.l, I.O. R.M.,will celebrate
their anniversary by a grand ball
on next Tuesday evening, 12th inst.
John Dick, assisted by an aide corps
of musicians, will furnish the music.
An excellent supper will also be
prepared. The reputation of the
Tribe for giving the best of parties
is a sufficient guarantee that this
one will be a brilliant Hiiceess in
every particular. Everybody is
invited to attend.
I mi ’ obtant N otick —We have this
week sent, and will continue doing so,
accounts of amounts due this office by
our patrons. We would request them
to respond promptly, as we need the
money to lay in our Spring stock with.
The amount is doubtless of small con-
seipience to each, but having many
of like character, is of much importance
to us. Having found crediting in our
line a losing business, we shall here
after discontinue all subscriptions that
arc not paid up promptly. We menu I
DIA EOG IE.
Bv order of
Agricultural Society Meeting.
has had such wide-spread sale of given such I I! v<*ruarc, ete*., ha« received a large ad-
universal satisfaction. It is a purely vege'a- elit ion to his well-.selected stock of Jewolrv
ble compound, and perfectly syfe in unskill ■ and silverware.
ELGIN AND WALTHAM,
After thirty years’trial, is still receiving i Gold anel Silver Watches. Ge»ld and Silver
the most unqualified testimonials to its vir
all impor'ed fremi the; first manufac-
tues, from persons of the highest character I Chains,
tuie-rs in the ISast. A tine lot of SETII
and responsibility. Physicians of the first .THOMAS’
respectability’ r«*eomnien«.l it as a most ef
EIGHT-DAY WEIGHT CLOCKS.
fectual preparation for tin* extinction of
pain. It is not only t In* best remedy ever
Also all kinds of E ioiit -D ay anii 36- iiour
known for Bruises. Puts. Burns, Ac., but for ■ C om ics ; P ocket C utlery and W ilixiw
Dysentery or Cholera or any bowel com W are : e»f all kinds; a new assortment of the
plaints, it is a remedy unsurpassed for effi I most elegant
ciency and rapidity of action. In the great
cities of India, and other hot climates, it has
Toys for the Holidays,
become the Standard Medicine for all such
complaints, as well as for Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaints, and other kindred disorders. ALBUMS, DOLLS, BABY WAGONS,
For <'ouglis and Colds, Canker. Asthma, and
Rheumatic difficulties, it has been proved
bv the most abundant and convincing tes In fae*t everything that is wanted for the hol
idays. A tine* lot of SILVER-PLATED
timony to l>e an invaluable medicine.
WAHI*: of the l**st qualitj*. Also a fine lot ot
Beware of Imitations.
The Pain-Killer is sold bv all respectable MnsieJlojes. Aeeordeuns, Guitars, Violms, etc.
A Fine Assortment of
druggists throughout the United States and
CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO,
Prices—25 cents, 50 c(»nts and 81 per bottle. Pipes Pi|»e-stems, and anything of that
PERRY DAVIS A SON, Propr's.,
kind that mav Is* van’ed. 1 am also Agent
No. 103 High St., Providence, R. I. for the GROVER
BAKER and FUIR
EN!'E Sewing Machines, and keep them
or hand. I have just received
Grand Anniversary Ball ! eousianily
the* latest improv«*«! Florence, which feeds
the work FROM THE OPERATOR.
T. W Jewelry, Watches and Clocks cleaned
and repaired and warranted. Also Sewing
Jacksonville Mamin Xe». Itti, V. O. R. M. Machines cleaned and repaired.
7>CT Give ine a call.
To be given in Jacksonville on
UII AS. HUG H ES, Clerk.
The annual meeting of the .Jack- April 21111, 1*74.
son (’oimty Agricultural Society was
held pursuant to notice at the Court
House in Jacksonville, on Saturday,
VTOTTUE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
May 2d, 1S74.
the undersigned has been appointed by
the County Court of Jackson county, Ore
The President. John S. Herrin, gon, Administrator of tin* Estate of O. 1’.
Alexander, deceased. All persons indebted
calk'd the meeting to order, and to
said Estate* are requested to settle tin*
explained the object to be the elec same immediately, .and all | htsohs having
claims against said Estate* are* requested to
tion of officers for the ensuing vear. present them witli the* proper vouchers to
me*, at niv residence on Bearcreek, in said
Whereupon, on motion the meeting county,
within six months from the date
proceeded to ballot for officers, hereof.
HASKEL AMY, Administrator.
which resulted in the election of May Sth, 1874.
•John S. Jlerrin for President ; E.
F. Walker and Thomas Wright,
HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL AP-
Vice Presidents ; W. J. Divinale, TS
1 ply to the County < '<>urt of Jackson county
Secretary ; Henry Pape, Treasurer ; Oregon, sitting in Proba'e business, at 1
o’clock 1*. M., June 8th. ls74, f<»r leave to re
.Jacob Ish, John Walker. John Size sign iiiv trust as Administrator of the Estate
of Charles Casey, deceased. Also to resign
more and W. (’. Myer, Trustees.
niv trust as Administrator of the Estate of
The President now briefly thank James Casev.
JAMIX A. CARDWELL,
Administrator of said Estates.
ed the Society for the honor confer
May 5th, 187!.
red in his re-election ; said he be
lieved the object sought by the or
Tuesday Evening, May 26th, 1874, ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
ganization, to-wit : the furtherance
of the farming interests of .Southern
regonian pocahonta . s tribe
Oregon, was being fully attained ; O No. 1, Improved Order of Red Men,
VEIT SCHUTZ’ HALL THE SI8TERS of the HOLY NAMES,
will celebrate their
spoke encouragiugly of the future
success of the Society, and the ben-
milE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
Cominittrc on Arrangements;
1 school will commence a I »out the middle
efits to l>o derived therefrom, and By Giving a Grand Ball !
of August, and is divided in four aeseiona,
Henry v. Helms, of eleven weeks each. The following are tha
concluded bv urging a heart v co-
operation of all present.
Board and tuition, per term..............
VIZIT SCHUTZ’ HALL,
Committee on Invitation :
Bed and Bedding.................................... . 4.00
It was now moved that the Com
Drawing and painting........................" . 8.00
mittee heretofore appointed to re
Hoor Managers :
Entrance fee, only once,.................... .. 5.00
Herman v. Helms,
draft the Constitution and by-laws,
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
lie allowed further time to report,
Primary, per term,...............................
Committee of Arrangements.—E. I). Fou-
which motion was amended by add dray,
P. D. Parsons, II. K. Hanna, Adam
ftiF A Cordial invitation extended to all. »Senior,
ing the names of W. J. Stanley and »Schmitt.
Music bv the Jacksonville String Band.
Committee on Reception.—Sol. Sachs,
Pupils nre received at any time, and their
II. K. Hanna to said Committee. David Cronemiller, C. W.Savage, A. Fisher. Tickets, JW.fO.
terms will lie coun'ed from the day of their
Floor Managers.—E. D. Foudray, Jacob
entrance. For furtlier particulars apply at
The motion as amended was now Ish, A. P. Owen, W. JI. McDaniel.
put and prevailed.
A Cordial Invitation Extended to AU !
To Whom it May Concern.
On motion of E. F. Walker, the
meeting adjourned to meet at the Music by the Jacksonville String Band.
\ LL PERSONS WHO OWE SUBSCRIP-
Tickets, including supper, *3.00.
tioiKir Job Work to tiw D emocratic
same place on Saturday, June 2d.
This space is reserved for Ben Sachs’ T imes
between .binuary 7tli, 1871, sod July
1st, 1872, will pleaM* notice »his n<l»er'i*e-
JOHN S. HERRIN, Pres’t.
New Advertisement. He is
inent, as I shall, nnle*» raid tip in a very
selling goods at re
short limo, put their accounts in the bands
II. K. H anna , Sec y.
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
FRIDAY, JUNE 5TH.
Report of Committees.
Address—C. B. Watson.
Essay—-Miss F. Hutchinson.
6. Arithmetic—Prof. Robb.
7. Essay—Miss F. Myer.
8. Grammar—R. Gray.
8ATUIIDAY, JUNE fiTH.
Moral Culture—Prof. Skidmore.
Essay—J. Q. Latta.
Object Teaching—Mrs. M. P. Davis.
Ensay—Miss Angie Grubbe.
6. Discussion of Question— Iiejtolved, That
study of the Sciences is of greater utility
than the study of the Dead Languages. Af
firmative, C. B. Watson ; Negative, Prof. •I
Exercises to commence at 9 o’clock a . m . ot
W. T. LEEKE,
Miss ANGIE GRUBBE,
W. J. STANLEY,
Ashland, Oregon, May 4tli, J8?t.
The following is the programme of the
Teachers’ Institute to be held at Ashland
on the 5th and 6th of June next :
Mental Arithmetic—J. R. Farley.
Essay—Miss Etta Braden.
English Literature—S. Humphrey.
Pacific Coast ¡Series of Text Books.
SADDLERY AND HARNESS.
JUDGE & NUNAN,
The following dialogue between
Boss Beckman and a farmer oc
Manufacturers of and Dealers in Ml Kinds of
curred this week:
(/ranger— Well, Beck, what is the
meaning of this last petition t
Jieek— Why, don’t you know ;
that is an uprising of the people.
Granger— Well, really I did not
know that ; what is the object to
T iie office-seekers’ ring is trying
WE WILL SELL
licek Why, sir, to do away with to conceal the real object of its call
these political meetings and politi b\ stjlingita “Independent” move. MEN'S AND BOYS’ SADDLES, from
cians, ami to modify the taxes and
HARNESS, por sett, from
4..... 25.00 UP
many other reforms too numerous From the greed for office and hun
ger they have endured for many LADIES’ SADDLES, from
G ranger— \\ ell. that is a splendid year; the title “Hungry Brothers”
platform, and I like that, especially will at once be found fitting and HORSE COLLAItS, from
that part of the programme that ig proper.
BLACK-SNAKE WHIPS, from
nores political meetings and politi
HEAD HALTERS, from
cians ; but, by the way, Mr. Beek
man, who got up this movement ?
And all our goods at equally LOW RATES. Wo warrant all tlio above work, All we
KENDRICK—Near this city. May ;m, to
/><«/»—(Alter a few ineffectual at the wife of JiìHìPs Kvmp
want these times is a fair living profit.
< Jive us a call and see if we wont do all we assert.
tempts to clear his throat)—the peo
Repairing promptly done.
/.¿v The highest cash price paid for Deer Skins.
Jacksonville, 13th, 1874.
CALDWELL—At his residencie at Soda
(iranger— Name them, please,
May 4th, 1*71, Dr. Mathew Cald
—well— you see that I Springs,
well, aged 49 years 8 months and 2 days.
IMPROVE YOUR POULTET.
might be hard to do.
[Chillicothe, Ohio, pacers i»|«**«v,» <•«•<«• I
Granger— You do not mean to
say this came to life spontaneously ?
I offer mvsolfasan independent candidate IT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP
/nt/.—Oh, no! Don’t you think
or the office of Sheriff of Jackson county.
this Committee can make a good
O. A. D avis .
Ashland, March 21. 1871.
(¡ranger— T am inclined to think
THAN POOR ONES!
they can but, Mr. Beekman, this
Fort the very best Photographs, go t(
does not answer my question, 1 un
'»radlev A Rnlofson’s Gallery without stair
derstood \j>u to say the people got This space is reserved for JOHN A. BOYER, -«r ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOR, 42: The OAKLAND POULTRY TABES,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, Cal.
up this call, Now, I want you to who will shortly open out a complete and
Corner of Sixteenth and Castro Sts.,
tell me the names of these people.
dise, etc., in Linn’s Brick Build
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Jn<k— (Hi, yes ; I had quite for-
ing, Cal. St., Jacksonville.
gotten your question, 1 )o you know,
H ai ’ py R elief to Y ouno M en from the
effects of Errors and abuses in early life.
sir, that 1 am paying _ nearly two dol
SEASON OF 1874.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
lars a day taxes, anti that this is one
of the reasons of this call ?
New and remarkable remedies. Books and
i circulars sent free, in sealedenvclojies.
(¡ranger— A good reason ; but,
EGGS FOR HATCHING
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, NumlrrS
Mr. Beckman, you have as yet not
South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa..—an In
From the largest and best bred Fowls in
i stitution having a high reputation for hono
ansxrered my question, unless I am
to conclude that you originated this I
Carefully packed and warran ed to carry
Citation to Administrator.
safely any distance. ’Die varieties comprise
call yourself; and that the ¡nople
Dark and Light Brahmas, Buff and Part
you refer to mean yourself.
Cochins, White Leghorns, Iloudans,
tor the County ot Jackson. (Sitting in ;
and Silver Spangled Hamburgs.
lietk— Well, not exactly: there
Probate May 5th, 1*74.
Black Spanish, White Dorkings, Golden
is Judge Watson, Ad. Helms, and In the* matter of the* Esta*«* of John D. Ma- j
FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS
Polands, Aylesbury Ducks, and Game.
Sebright and Black African Bairatns.
three others. (Beck whispers the
WO JOHN WINTJEN, ADMINISTRA-
A fine invoi**e of Bronze Turkcvs, weigh
names of the* List to the Granger, I tor of said Estate : You are hereby cited
ing 60 tbs. to the pair just received.
i-€TSend stamp for illu«'ra'ed circular to
and our reporter could not catch to be and appear in our Probate Court at Has t>een tested in every variety of Climate,
in the* < omit v and Slate afore
the names distinctly, but believes it Jacksonville*,
and by almost every Nation known
said, on Monday, the sth «lav of June A.
Importer ami Dealer of Choice Poultry.
was Billhide, Jakeish and Jim- D. 1874, at 10 o'clock a . m . of that dav, and
B< »X 659, San Francisco.
show cause, if any exist, whv you should
not be re*me>ve*d and your letters revoked.
< «encrai A iront for the A»u7ry World, a
G ran pi r—(In utter astonishment.)
Bv order eif Hon. E. B. Watson, Count a-
It is the constant companion and estima
ino, devoted entirely to
Why, I understood you to say this
pa|x»r published in the
eler, on sea and land, and no one should
P. DUNN, Clerk.
JI .25 . —
eall was intended to ignore politi May 91 h, 1871.
travel on our Lakes and Rivers without it. country. Subscription
It has been before the public over thirty*'
cians, ami seems after all that the
years, and probably has a wider and Ix'tter lenee. Price 50 cents. Agents wanted in
thing is the creation of the worst
Notice of Final Settlement.
reputation than any other proprietary med every city and town in the country. For
cla-s of politicians.
icine <>t the present day. At Ibis period further information address Box 659, San
the County Court <>f the State of Oreiron. therearebut few unacquainted witli the* mer Francisco.
/»(,/,■—(Loud.) I 11«’pe you do In tor
Please state what paper you saw this ad
tlx* County of Josephine. (Si.ting in its of the Pain-Killer ; but w hile some extol
Probate, April 20th, 1S74.)
not mean anything personal.
it as a liniment, they know but little of its vertisement in.
February 28th, 1874
incasing pain when taken internally,
Granger— No, sir ; but Beek', In the inalter of tin* Estate of Campbel) power
while others use it internally with great suc
you know what I said in reference i 1 H. CALDWELL, ADMINISTRATOR cess. but are equally ignorant of its healing
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND ÆWELRY.
to the ¡HOpk . is Gospel truth.
’ . of said Estate, having filed in said virtues when applied externally. We there
fore wish to say to all that it is equally suc
Heek— Good morning, Mr. («ran Court his final account for settlement, also cessful
whether used internally or external
praying for an order for hearing th<> same ;
ger ; there is a Chinaman in the of therefore notici* is hereby given that said ly and it stands to-day, unrivalled by all the
great catalogue of family medicines. It is
fice who wants to trade in t/asf, and linai account will be beard and determined sufficient
said Court on Monday, the 6th dav of
1 am inclined to think 1 can throw .1 in ulv,
is?I. a! which time all persons having ard medicine, to know that it is now used
dust into hi.8 éves
if I can't in • votirs. an v object ions to said filial iuvount and set- constantly increasing. No curative agent lUATCHlN, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SIL-
tlenient, must then and there make the
Rainy weather now-a-days.
W. C. Griswold was in town this
Democratic Convention next Sat
The County Court met this week.
The proceedings will appear in our
Ben. Sachs will next week receive
a full supply of tine candies. Give
him a call.
Hen. C. Owen passed through
town this week on his way to Lane
county from California.
The Vieuxtemps Bros, gave a
concert at X’eit’s Hall last Saturday
evening to a fair house.
Hon. J. W. Nesmith
thanks for favors in the shape of
E. Steele, Esq., of Yreka, was in
town this week on business connect
ed with the County Court.
D. P. Barnes, brother of (’apt.
Barnes, is the Democratic nominee
for Supervisor of the 2d District of
M< »doc c<unity, Cal.
John Bilger returned from San
Francisco on Wednesday, where he
has been purchasing a full stock of
goods for his establishment.
Hon. E. (’. Mason, of Goose Lake,
was in town this week. He reports
the Democracy over there harmoni
ous anti sanguine of success.
Wm. M. Turner returned frtnn
Yreka this week, where he has
been on business connected with
Adams’ chronological charts.
.James Johnson, arrested for rol>-
bing Andy Davison's house, came
from the Willamette last Fall, and
has no relations living in this county.
(’apt. James Barnes, of Goose
Lake, is in town, looking hale anil
heart • v. He savs
* that lie lost about
a third of his stock during the win
M. Baum, Jacob Wagner. B. F.
Myer, A. (». Rockfellow and S.
(’rail-ton are the delegates to the
Republican County Convention from
John A. Boyer will open x<iut a
complete and superior stocl< of goods
in David Linn’s brick building, as
soon as it can be completed. Glad
to hear of it.
Deputy Sheriff (’oats returned
from a trip to Goose Lake this week.
Besides transacting other business,
he collected some ot the taxes due
from that section.
The stages from the North and
South come crowded with passen
gers and freight. Owingtothe late
rains, Summer time cannot be made,
although the Stage Company is en
deavoring to do so.
G. Karcwski is clearing off the
outhouses in the rear of his «tore,
and will,'in connection with John
Orth, bin Id a fire wall to secure
their property from danger in case
of the.i’hinese houses catching fire.
Mr. Karcwski also intends building
another stone warehouse.
1. Coq>oreal Punishment—J. D. Fountain.
2. Botany—Geo. Walrod.
4. Mental Culture—F. W. Ew ing.
5. Heading and Elocution—Prof. Leckc.
6. Essay—Miss Ella Chitwood.
7. Book-keeping in Common schools—
8. Essay—Mies Ida Bench.
Address in the evening by W. J. Stanley.
R adical P rimarie
ical primaries held last Saturday
were fairly attended. The follow
ing are the delegates to their Con I
vention, which meets to day : "W.
J. Stanley, M. Bellinger, Jesse
Dollarhide, John A. Boyer, Geo
Brown, Sam Hall, R. C. Armstrono*,
P. I). Parsons, Jos. Blatt.
T he “Hungry Brothers” will
meet in conclave next ’Ihursday,
14th iust., for the purpose of nomi
nating candi'D.tcs for county offi<,erp.
1 appointed James W. Crutcher, Esq., niy
agent, to attend to al! necessary business
during my absence in the East.
I have also placed my notes and aceounts
in the hands of II. K. Hanna, Esq., for col
lation. Parties interested will govern lhem
selves accord ingl y.
JAM ES T. G1,RN N.
J»i"k«onviNe, CVfeher ja, TR7X
of an officer for collection.
J. N. T. MILLER A <'°..
Bv E. D. Foudray, Ageie.
January 23d, 1874.
T(»B WORK OF ALL KINDS NEATLY
»J and promptlv executed at the TIME*
vo ’VTIN'J OFFY'*Fat