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Oe fkmottatic ®imrs.
A n I mportant E nterprise . •We
learn that it is almost certain that the
the J/asonic fraternity, in connection
with Veit Schutz, will build a two-
story brick, to occupy the ground em
braced between Schumpf’s new struc
ture and that of Wintjen & Helms.
The proposed building cannot but be
of great importance to Jacksonville,
and we trust its erection will be final
ly concluded upon.
| J. B. WHITE.
WHITE &, MARTIN
M ound R anch ,
New goods at Ben Sachs’.
A new awning has been erected in
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
(Successors to James T. Glenn,)
E ditor T imes — Dear Sir :—I em-
1N the undersigned has been appointed by
front of Ben Sachs*.
brace this opportunity to give you a
the County Court of Jackson county, Ore
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
Gen. Wheaton and family, of Fort brief outline of my first trip to the
gon, Executor of the Estate ot John W.
Geo. P. Rowell A Co........................ New York.
mountains in Oregon. Notwithstand
S. M. Pettingill A Co...................... New York. Klamath, are in town.
said estate are requested to settle the same
immediately, and all persons having claims
L. P. Fisher,.................................San Francisco.
Job printing neatly executed at this ing the busy time of the year, in com
against the said estate are requested to pre
Thos. Boyce.................................. San Francisco
sent the same with the proper vouchers to I
l»an. I.. Green.................... Josephine County. office at reasonable rates.
pany with some four others, I started
me at my residence on Rogue River within
A. Fisher has gone to San Francisco from M.-Hanley’s farm on Little Butte
six months from the date hereof.
creek last Monday morning, for the
to lay in a stock of goods.
Executor of Estate of J. W. George. '
August 4, 1874.
Alex. Martin has gone to San Fran purpose of examining the pass through
M. E. CnvRcir.—Religious services every '
Sunday, at the usual hours, bv the Rover- i
the Cascade range at the head of the
ends i. W. Stahl, N. A. Starrand M. A. cisco to lay in a stock of goods.
a few cases of sickness prevail at pres I
Ashland revels in the anticipation of Butte creeks, in order to ascertain the ent, the general health seems to be
C atholic C hurch .—Divine Services ev-1
practicability of constructing a wagon
LOW PRICES WILL WIN I
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa an extensive cabinet manufactory.
good. Nearly all of the prevailing 11 the undersigned has been appointed
through said pass,
by the County Court of Jackson county,
The Literary Society will start again
cases are not dangerous.
that the pass is the best and nearest
Oregon, Administrator of the Estate of A.
M. E. S unday S chool .—Regular meetings
next Friday, after a suspension of sev
W. Jones, deceased. All persons indebted
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
way to connect this valley with
to said Estate are requested to settle the
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEAS-
C atholic S unday S chool . — Regular eral weeks.
ure in notifying their friends and the
the valleys east of us that can be SOLOMON—In this city, August 23d, to the same immediately, and all persons having
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
claims against said Estate are requested to
public generally that they are now receiving
Henry Pape and Chris.
intjen found, Mr. Hanley’s farm is 28 miles
wife ot L. Solomon, a daughter.
present them with the proper vouchers, to and opening a very largo and extensive
my residence on Salt Creek, within stock of
from Jacksonville. It is five miles to
P. 0. REGISTER AND TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
wife ot John Orth, a daughter.
six months from the date hereof.
Soda Springs, on the north prong of
D r . W m . MILLER,
Stages leave Jacksonville as follows ;
For Rock Point, Grant’s Pass and Rose
Hon. G. B. Van Riper, one of our Little Butte; from there it is six
July 29, 1874.
burg, every day at 8 a. tn. Mail eloses at
Représentâtives-elect, passed through miles to the Falls, where the Apple KUBLI—In this city, August 21st, infant
7:30 p. m.
daughter of Jacob and Verina Kubli, aged
For Phoenix, Ashland, Yreka and Red on his way North.
gate railroad survey crosses the creek;
ding, California, every day at 3:30 p. in.
Mail closes at 3 p. m.
P. Britt and Samuel Hall have re from there it is nine miles to where
STATE OF OREGON,
For Applegate, Kerbyvllle, Waldo and
AG RICULTUR AL IM PI4EMENT8,
NEW, THIS WEEK.
T reasurer ' s O ffice .
Crescent City, every Monday and Thursday turned from a visit to Rogue River said survey crosses the Ashland and
S alem , July 22, 1874. I
morning at 4 o’clock. Mail closes at 8 p. in. Falls and vicinity.
Pelican Bay wagon road. Here the
'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
the preceding evening.
Hats and Caps,
claimants holding the following war
The mail for Central Point, Table Rock,
The various schools throughout the proposed road should fork, the left
rants drawn upon the State Treasurer, that
Eagle Point, Brownsborougli and Sam’s
there are funds nowon hand applicable to
Valley leaves every Wednesday morning ; county are making preparations for i
California & Salem Clothe and Blanket«,
The right hand fork should follow as I41SH I dearly love. Song and Chorus.
the payment of tho same, to-wit:
closes the preceding evening.
The mail for T.inkville, Hot Springs, Yia-
near as practicable on the Applegate
nox and Lake City, leaves Ashland every
890 and 891.
You can’t eat enough in one week
No tidings from over the sea. Song
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Interest on the foregoing warrants will
Monday morning. For Linkville every
railroad survey to Mr. Stearns’, near
and Chorus. Stewart............................
to last you a year, and neither can
Monday and Thursday mornings.
Blossoms. Song and Chorus.
Link river, where it would intersect Alabama
Money Order Otlice open from 9 a. m. to you advertise on that plan.
Ladiei', Misses’ and Children’s Shoe*.
5 p. m.
the Ashland road. The distance from Temperance Crusaders. Song and Cho
O ffice H ours —From 7 a. in. to 7 p. m.;
Wm. Bilger is selling out his stock these forks to Stearns’ is 32 miles,
Sundays, 30 minutes after arrival of stages.
Write to me, Willie. Song and Chorus.
Mail matter must l»e in on time or it will of goods at Willow Springs at cost and making in all 80 miles from Jackson
M ax M uller , P. M.
freight. Here is a chance for bargains. ville to the latter place. I think this When Charlie Plays the Drum. Song
STATE OF OREGON,
We have also in connection with tho above
and Chorus. Stewart.............................
T reasurer ’ s O ffice / >
a very largo and fine stock of choice
S elect S chool .—Miss Mollie Mc-
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to claim-
lonely now. Song and
f’ully will open a select school at her
iN ants holding the following warrants, GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, QUEENS-
the Cascade or Nevada range. It will Kiss me, Darling, ere we part. Song
residence on Monday, September 7th.
drawn upon the State Treasurer, that there
WARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
and Chorus. Stewart.............................
30 are funds How on hand applicable to the
be up one way and down the other, as
payment of the same, to-wit :
C hange of B ase .—General Frank
John Miller has purchased some there are no deep chasms to cross.
PAINTS, OILS, NAILS, WIN
Numbers 892, 893, S94 , 895, 896, 897, 898,
Wheaton, the popular Commander of more land and proposes making his We did not explore the whole route ; There
is something I’m dying to say.
DOW GLASS, CAST AND
30 955, 956, 957, 958, 959, 960, 961, 962, 963, 965, |
the troops in the Lake country, is to brick building several feet longer than
Walking on the shady side ; song and
STEEL PLOWS, WOOD
assume command of Fort Walla Walla, was at first intended.
Interest on the foregoing warrants will not !
all of it. The part we explored is said Farewell,
be paid after this date.
Annie Darling; song and cho
EN AND WILLOW
W. T., in a short time.
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N ew G oods .—Ben. Sachs has just week which weighed 32 pounds. It whole route. 1 have crossed this
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
received a large and elegant assort was raised on the farm of Geo. A. range in three other places, and I find Do not weep so, Sister Darling ; song
and chorus. Stewart............................
that a road can he made on this route Beautiful Form of my Dreams ; song
ment of dry goods, crockery, grocer
and chorus. Stewart.............................
30 TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
ies, etc. He will sell them at the low
T. G. Reames and family, Dr. Cal for less than one-twentieth what it Moot
I re-sale made by the lion. County Court
me, Bessie, in the Dell ; song and
We are now ready to sell anything In our
est prices. Give him a call.
lender and A. P. Owen returned from cost to make the Amador, Placerville chorus. Stewart,..................................... 30 for Jackson county. State of Oregon, the un line at lowest cash prices. Persons wishing
dersigned, Administrator de bonis non of to buy goods will find it greatly to their ad
to the old Home ; song and cho
or Truckee river roads in California. Back
35 the estate of Jacob Roudebush, deceased, vantage to examine our stock before pur
D istrict S chool .—The Jackson a visit to Wm. A. Owen’s ranch near
will oiler for sale at public auction, for chasing elsewhere, as we are determined not
It is in fact but a light undertaking to Close the shutters. Willie’s dead. Stew
at the Court House door, in Jackson to I m ? undersold by any houso in Jacksou
ville District School will open again on Flounce Rock this week.
Monday, September 7th. The names
and chorus. Stewart..............................
Saturday, September 26, 1874.
of the teachers and other information tive-elect from Josephine was in town
the following described real property be
■concerning the school will appear in this week, lie will start for Salem in
longing to said estate, to-wit :
A house and lot situated in the town of
i*TGive us n call, and then judge for
Jacksonville, Oreeon, known and designat yourself as to our capacity to furnish goods
The District School House has been bridges, and the most of the work will Tenderly think of the Dead ; song and
B oard of E qualization .—The
30 ed on the Recorder’s plat of said town as as above.
WHITE & MARTIN.
repainted throughout, which has be clearing away timber.
lot No. one. (1) in block No. sixteen (16);
Give my love toall at Home ; song and
Board of Equalization will meet at
greatly improved its appearance,
Sale to commence at one o’clock p. m . of
the waves her spirit wanders ;
the Clerk’s office next Monday, Au
show some of the advantages this road ’Neath
P. D. PARSONS,
ter & Sons executed the work.
30 said day.
gust 31st, to examine the assessment
Administrator De Ronis Non. t\'eic Finn! ,Vew Goods!
Think of me sometimes, Maggie. Stew
would be to the public.
Mrs. A. P. Morford, wife of Judge
roll. All persons feeling themselves
P eterson .
Administrator’s Sale of Real Estate.
in any way aggrieved by the assess Morford, formerly of this place, who
J urors .—The following is a list of
ment of the Assessor, will appear and was killed in Idaho by Theo. Burmes-
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
ter, is conducting a large seminary at the Jurors, drawn at the August term And other Songs by J. E. Stewart. 1 the County Court ot Jackson county,
state their grievances.
X E W
30 Oregon, the undersigned, Administrator of
of the County Court, for the year com Oysters and Wine at 2 A. M.; song.......
M. E. C onference .—The M. E.
Rambling through the town ; song....
S. J. Day, Esq., one of the Commis mencing July 1, 1874 : Q. N. Ander Ring again, sweet silver Bells ; sung.
35 will offer for sale at publie auction, at the
Conference, lately in session at Port
35 Court House door in Jacksonville, in said
son, E. K. Anderson, R. S. Armstrong, Stolen kisses are tho sweetest; song.
land, has appointed S. II. Todd Pre sioners of the Southern Oregon Wagon
40 county, on
Jennie, the Flower ot Kildare ; song.
A. Bish, F. Barnaburg, D. S. K. Buick,
Mailed post-paid, on receipt of the mark
siding Elder of the Umpqua District ; Road, yesterday took out a load of
Saturday, September 12th, 1874,
J. L. PETERS,
Wallace Baldwin, A. H. Booth by, W. ed price by
Rev. J. S. McCain as pastor for Jack
599 Broadway, New York. at 1 o’clock r. M., the following described
H. Basey, J. W. Baker, J. M. Black,
Real Property, situated in Jackson county,
sonville District; Sam’s Valley is yet
Oregon, belonging to said Estato, to-wit :
We learn that C. W. Kahler has R. V. Beall, A. M. Berry, M. Bellin
The N. W.
and the S. W.
to be supplied. Rev. N. A. Starr lias
J. M. McCAIX <fc CO.
been stationed at Oregon City.
Range two (2) West, containing three hun
Robb, and that our handsome young Bilger, J. M. Childers, R. A. Cook, II.
dred and twenty (320) acres—being the
ave received and are still
A dmitted .—We are pleased to learn friend Robt. Kahler will return from M. Chapin, Jas. Collins, Thos. Chav-
Home Place of deceased.
receiving the largest and l»est selected
The East fractions of the N. E.
that our ex-Jacksonville friend T. G. Coos Bay and taxe charge thereof.
of goods ever before offered to the
ner, Thos. Curry, T. Cameron, L. Chap-
tion four (4), Township thirty-seven (37),
public. The stock consists of
Owen, now at Empire City, was last
Col. J. N. T. Miller, Newman Fish pel, John Cantrell, D. Chapman, L.
eight and fifty-eight one-hundredths (48.58)
week admitted to practice law by the er, C. W. Savage and families, and J. Colver, M. Baum, O. Coolidge, Wm.
acres, adjoining the Home Place.
FANCY ¡b STAPLE DRY'GOODS,
Lots number 1 and 2 of Section twenty (20),
♦Supreme Court. Grundy is an intelli C. McCully returned from a tour to Chambers, D. N. Crocker, David Crone
and lots number 1 and 2 of Section seventeen
gent young man, and will doubtless the Lake country last week. They all miller, M. Caton, Joel Dixon, Jasper
(17), in Township thirty-five (35), South
Range 1 West, containing one hundred and GENTLEMEN’S and BOYS’ CLOTHING,
make his mark some day. We wish seem well satisfied with their trip.
Dennis, N. C. Dean, I*. Dunn, II. C.
twenty-three (123) acres.
him alt success in his new undertak
The S. W. J-, of N. W. ki of Section twenty
BOOTS and SnOES,
The Vieux temps Bros, propose giv i Dollarhide, J. II. Davis, T. G. Devens,
eight (28), and the S. E. *4 of S. E. Q' of Sec
ing two entertainments at Yreka on
four (34), South Range 1 East, containing CARPETS
S pecial M eeting .—A special meet the 9th and 10th of next October, at Day, Sam. Furry, Dan. F. Fisher, M.
eighty (80) acres.
Lot number 4 of Section twenty-nine (29),
ing of Warren Lodge No. 10, A. F. & which they announce several of their Fountain, J. Foss, N. Fisher, B. C.
Township thirty-five (35), South Range 1
A. M., will be held at their Hall on pupils from this county will participate. Goddard, J. A. Grieves, Ben. George,
West, containing sixteen and ninety one- HORSE SHOES AND
hundredths acres (16.90-100) acres.
Wednesday evening, September 9th.
Mrs. McCully is having a neat and T. II. Gilson, R. A. Gray, J. S. Herrin,
Lots number 6 and 7 of Soction 4. and S.
Side Feed and Back Feed
A full attendance is requested, as busi commodious school house built near J. W. Hamrick, M. F. Hurst, D. Hues-
and lot number 1 of Section
(37), South Range
ness of great importance will be trans her residence, which will be completed
THE LIGHTEST RUNNING, MOST SIM
2 West, containing seventy-one and throe
HARD AND CROCKERY WARE.
one-hundredths (71.03-100) acres, excepting
PLE, AND MOST EASILY OPERATED
in a few days. Miss Mollie McCully Isaacs, Elijah Jones, E. Jacobs, J. Nu-
one square acre out of the Northwest corner,
SEWING MACHINE IN THE MARKET.
By order of the W. M.
will open a school therein on the 7th nan, W. B. Kincaid, M. Liddle, Thos.
known as tho Collier tract.
M ax M uller , Sec’y.
Terms of Sale—Gold coin, payable six
McAndrews, L. McDaniel, John Mc
months after day of sale, drawing interest Prices to Suit the Times.
We learn that P. J. Ryan intends Kee, Jas McDonough, C. B. Mattney,
at one per cent, per month with security.
R ailroad M eeting .—We are re
If there Is a FLORENCE MACHINE
ANDREW S. MOON.
erecting a brick on the land adjoining B. F. J/yer, T. T. JfeKenzie, W. H.
within one thousand miles of San Fran
Adm’rof J. H. Billinbrock’s Estate.
quested to state that a meeting of the
cisco not working well, I will fix it with
JfeDaniel, J. N. T. JfillerèJas. ¿filler,
August 3d, 1874.
citizens of Jackson county will be
out any expense to the owner-
Three Thousand Bushels of Wheat, in ex
Henry Norton, J. J. Nichols, G. Nay
change for goods. Highest prices paid, and
held at Ashland on Wednesday, Sep Eldorado corner will be rebuilt at no
SAMUEL HILL, Agent,
distant day. We trust these rumors lor, H. B. Oatman, F. Jf. Plymale,
Goods sold at Cash rates.
tember 9th, to take into consideration may not be without foundation, as
Please give us a call and convince your
No. 19 New Montgomery Street,
Wm. Purnell, Samuel Robinson, Jesse
McCALL A CO.
the practicability and feasibility of the the projected enterprises cannot but
GRAND HOTEL BUILDING,
proposed Humboldt and Pacific Rail be great additions to the appearance of son, Peter Simons, John Slagle, Veit
road. Everybody should attend and
Schutz, J. P. True, J. C. Tolman, E.
give his influence and aid to this en
S upreme C ourt .—Tho following F. Walker, John Watson, J. B. Wris-
ley, Thos. Wright, Jf. Hanley, John
terprise, which will be of immense ben
proceedings have taken place on cases Head, Sylvester Arrasmith, D. Peni
efit to both Jackson and Josephine
appealed from this District to the Su ger, R. C. Armstrong.
COST AND FREIGHT!!
I n O regon .—The laws of California
C hinaman C aptured .—For some
F riday , August 21st.
time past Adam Schmidt, living on
J. R. Neil, District Attorney for the prohibiting the exhibition of deformed
Rich Gulch, has been troubled by sev First District, vs. Giles Wells, Jr., et human beings, tho proprietors of the
eral felonious visits from persons, sup ftl; motion heretofore filed for a rule deformed girl, attached as a side show
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
posed to be Celestials. His premises of the Court upon the County Clerk of to Montgomery Queen’s circus, have
having suffered again from these dep Jackson county to correct the tran pushed on through for Oregon. They
P unctual as a T imepiece .—Unless the
do their duty with tlie regularity of
I LWA YS ON HAND THE BEST STOCK
redations last Friday night, and tracks script on file in this appeal; overruled.
clockwork, perfect health is impossible.
ot Patent and Home-made Rifle and
rouie for this place, and are doubtless Therefore, when disordered, control them
lieing numerous the next morning, he Opinion by Judge Upton.
Guns, single and double; Revolvers
somewhere in the county yet. They immediately with
latest patents; Pocket Pistols, neat,
followed them up and came across a
James T. Glenn and Jacob Ish vs. G. have given no exhibitions, however.
small and powerful; Derringers, the latest
Tarrant’s Effervescent Seltzer Aperient,
Chinaman, whom, with the aid of a Karewski; on motion, judgment in
and best ; also, tho best Powder and Pow
he undersigned , desiring to der Flasks ; Hunting and pocket knifes of
double-barreled shot gun, he safely the Court below in favor of defendant
U pset .—The Courier learns that
reduce his stock of goods, will sell for the l»est brands; all sorts of Shot and
tive and alterative known to tho medical
and freight for CASH for tho next Pouches ; Caps, Wads and everything in
escorted to town. Justice Stinson affirmed.
one of the teams that left Crescent City profession. Sold by all druggists.
the Sportsman’s line.
fixed his bonds at $150, to appear
J. R. Neil, District Attorney of First week before last for Rogue River Val
The above goods aro all of the best qual
R. B. II ARG A DINE.
ity, and will be sold
before the next Grand Jury, in default Judicial District, vs. Giles Wells, Jr., ley, loaded with the machinery of a
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
of which he was sent to Jail. Bail John W. Wells, Wm. F. Songer and grist mill, upset on the Lewis hill, and
HE UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY THE
was subsequently furnished by Lin Giles Wells, Sr. Cause pending on several of the large castings were
orders promptly filled. Repairing done
highest cash price for deer skins and all
I also desire to sell iuv Store-house and
prompt!v and in good style.
«and Chow, and he was released.
Ashland, Jub- 2«. 1871.
Jacksonville. Aug. 11. 1871.