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WAbOX KOAO T«» CHETCO.
A shland N otes .—From persons
P ersonal .—Capt. James Barnes, of
C hange .—Jacksonville Grange now
A shland , Dece.aber 14, 1874.
lowing items :
Wm. Bybee has returned from Scott instead of in this place, as formerly.
..DECEMBER 18, 1874. E ditor D emocratic T imes :
Business is lively and flourishing Bar, Cal., having delivered his drove This change was made to accommo
otice is hereby given that
Thinking it may be interesting to
the undersigned has been appointed by
A8EMTS FOR THE TIMES.
of hogs without loss and in good condi
many of your readers to learn the
the County Court of Jackson county, Ore
The firm of Watt A Klum, saddlers, tion.
Administrator of the Estate of A. J.
R aces .—We learn that there will gon,
Goo. P. Rowell A Co...................... New York. facts concerning the proposed road to
S. M. Pottingill A Co.................... New York' Chetco, I will give you a brief state
indebted to said Estate are
L. I*. Fisher,............................. San Francisco.
requested to settle the same immediately,
Thos. Boyce............................... San Francisco ment of the character and cost of the continues the business.
of R. Benedict, on Applegate, and
and all persons having claims against the
Rowell A Chosman........................... St. Louis proposed work, deeming it amatterof
saiil estate are requested to present them
l»an. L. Green...................Josephine Coun’v.
with the proper vouchers to tne at my resi
Cha«. Hughes................................. Kerbvville much importance to every citizen of
in Goose Like within six months
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Ben Haymond............................... Rock Point Jackson county.
from the date hereof.
ing stage agent, has returned from an
I mprovement .—David Linn is hav
J. J. CHARLTON,
Estate A. J. Rountree.
ing his furniture ware-room painted,
November 27, 1874.
tial point of survey, 66 rods south from McCain have built themselves new
which is a decided improvement upon
M. E. C hurch .—Religion« services ovorv the eighth mile post north of Kerhy- parsonages.
Fort Klamath, are in town on business. former appearances.
Sunday, at the usual hours, by the Rover
ends J. R. N. Roll. J. S. Mei ’ain and M. A. ville, to Chetco Harbor, is 57 miles—
Improvements are yet in order, as
Ben Simplon, Surveyor-General of
23 miles less than the distance from well as building, considerable of which
M usic .—M. Gray, the popular mu VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned has been appointed by
C atholic C hurch .—Divine Services ev
sic dealer of Portland, has our thanks the County Court of Jackson county. Ex
ery Snndav, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa the same point to Crescent City. The is being done, considering that is win week on hi3 way to Washington.
of the Estate of Oliver M. Hurt, de
route followed by the survey passes ter.
for a liberal supply of the latest sheet ecutor
M. E. S um pay S chool .—Regular meet ings
Roht. A. Miller, of this place, is at
All persons indebted to said estate are
over an almost continuous strata of
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
The streets are rather muddy. The tending the California University, San music.
requested to settle the same immediately,
C atholic S unday S chool .— Regular good material for road-bed, has no
D eath would be impossible if the procla and all persons having claims against said
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two heavy grades, the steepest being one town authorities will probably take the Jose.
estate are requested to present them with
mations of the alcoholic nostrum mongers I the proper vouchers to me at my residence
proper steps towards remedying this
John Bilger has returned from Link were true. But, alas ! their terrible excit in Sprague River Valley within six months
foot in 10, and but little of that. The evil.
P. 0. REGISTER AND TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
ants send thousands staggering to the grave. from the date hereof.
average grade is one foot in 164 feet,
Instead of adding fuel to the tire of disease
Stage« leave Jacksonville a« follows ;
and much of it comparatively level.
Executor estate of Oliver M. Hurt.
IL Hyzer has resigned the with such deadly compounds, try the cool
superior supply of goods for the win
For Rock Point. Grant’s Pa«« and Rose
October 5, 1874.
burg. every day at 8 a. in. Mail closes at There is very little rock. The line is ter campaign, which they sell at rea paint brush and going to be a Granger. ing, renovating, purifying and regulating
conveniently watered throughout.—
He has rented David Hopkins’-farm effect of that inestimable combination of
F<»r Phrenix. Ashland. Yreka and Red
herbal juices and extracts, Dr. Walker’s
California Vinegar Bitters—the sole specific
The Academy has an attendarce of
Mail closes at 3 p. m.
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND
plenty of timber and considerable
J. B. Coates returned from east of the for Dyspepsia, Physical Debility, Headache,
For Apnlegate, Kerbvville. Waldo and
order of sale duly issued by E. D.
Crescent City, every Mondnvand Thursday grass. The highest point of altitude about 120 pupils, and is getting along mountains Sunday, where he has been Bilious Colic, Liver Complaints, Rheuma
Foudray, Clerk of the Circuit Court for
morning at 4 o’clock. Mad closes at 8 p. m.
Jackson county, State of Oregon, and to ma
attained by the road is 1,900 feet. The finely. Some are from Jacksonville, I acting as Deputy for Sheriff Manning tism, Gout and Chronic Constipation.
the preceding evening.
directed and delivered, in favor of J. B.
The mail for Central Point. Table Rock. highest point on the Crescent City road while several come from the border in collecting taxes.
White A Alex. Martin, and against Wm.
JT-W For the very best Photographs, go to C.
Facie Point, Brown«l»oroiigh and Sam’s
Miller for the sum of $48.3.35, in gold
Bradley A Rulofson’s Gallery with, an ELE coin, with interest thereon at the rate ot one
Valiev leaves every Wednesday morning ; is 4,800 feet. The route leads directly
closes the preceding evening.
VATOR, 429 Montgomery Street, San Fran- per cent, per month from November the
through a valuable mining region, hav tions of Oregon.
The mail for Linkville. Hot Springs. Yia-
11th, 1874. Also in favor of A. Fisher and
The town government is now in op
nnv and Lake City, leaves Ashland every ing gold, copper, iron and other ores,
N. Fisher and against Win. C. Miller for
M >n lav morning. For Linkville every which would lie rapidly developed by eration and running smoothly. Mar us for some time, attending to matters
the recovery of the sum of $323.40, together
Monday and Thursday mornings.
with interest thereon at the rate of one per
shal Dailey proposes impounding such
Money Order Office open from 9 a. m. to the construction of this road.
CARLTON—NTCHOLS—On December 10, cent, per month from the 15th day of Sep
left for his home last week.
I 5 p.in.
1874, at t ho residence of t ho bride’s mother, tember, 1873, in gold coin ; and a further
Chetco is a good summer harbor, and domestic animals as are prohibited by
O ffice H ours —From 7 a. ni.to? p. m •
Butte Creek, by L. Tinkham, Justi<*e of sum in favor of J. B. White and Alex. Mar
Sundays. 30 minutes after arrival of stage«. as safe in winter as Crescent City. ordinance from running loose within
the Peace, Adolphus Carlton to Miss Al- tin and against Wm. C. Miller for the re
No M ail S ervice .—Some time
covery of $79.20, in gold coin, together with
Mail matter must l»e in on time or it will
Nichols—all of Jackson county.
Mr. Miller, of Chetco, offers to donate the corjmration, which lias not be ago the mail service between Waldo
$22.30 costs, and accruing costs, I have lev
M ax M ci . i . er , P. M.
ied upon and will offer for sale at public
the land and water front necessary for come quite familiar to the inhabitants and Crescent City was changed from a
to the highest bidder for cash in U.
S. Gold coin, at the Court House in Jack
wharfage and warehouse purposes, and as yet.
semi-weeklv to weekly, at which the
sonville, in said county, on
people of that section felt greatly ag
The firm of Hull A Nickell, in publishing San Francisco capitalists have offered
T he L ast A ssay . Elder Peterson
Saturday, December 26th, 1874.
the T imes , has l>eon dissolved by mutual to construct them.
hands us the following receipt of the grieved. Worse than this, the mail
consent. P. D. Hull withdrawing. All ac
Residents of Chetco Valley held a assay by the Sin Francisco Assaying contractor failed to put in appearance, VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL at one o’clock p. M. of said day, the follow
11 persons wishing Teachers’ Certificates, ing descril»ed real projierty, to-wit:
counts tine said firm prior to Septemlier 1st. meeting in our presence, expressive of
was carried by sub-con- that the undersigned will hold a public ex The N. W. J4 of section 10, in Township
and Refining Works of the quartz sent
1874, may l»e paid to either party, and all
amination at his residence, on Rogue River, 38, S. of R. 3 West, containing 160 acros, ex
accounts against the firm will bo paid by
cepting and reserving therefrom one min
to that city to be tested. As we tract until the other (lay. Complaint on the 31st of December, 1874.
ing claim belonging to Foon A Co., situated
B. F. SLOAN,
the same. All person* indebted are re fering to aid by individual donations have published the results of former was made to Congressman Luttrell
the mining claims of John Buckley,
quested to settle forthwith, a* the business ranging from 30 days’ labor, in various
and the Postal Agent, who promised
and two mining claims belonging to John
must he closed without delay. All accounts sums, to $500 in cash, and aggregat
Buckley, and also a part of a mining claim
John S. Drum,
Oftkland— D ear S ir : to act early in the matter. Nothing
belonging to a Chinaman, situated below
n«>t settled in a reasonable length of time
was heard in the premises until Wed
the mining claim of Foon A Co. aforesaid ;
will be placed in the hands of an attorney ing a large sum. They want a free The sample of ore which von left for assay
of which is situated on Jackass creek, in
for collection. All unexpired contracts for road, and appointed a committee of
county of Jackson, State of Oregon, and
subscription, advertising, etc., will be ful their number to co-operate with the ounces of silver, value. $1.29 ; no gold.
received discontinuing the mail ser- 11 Tax-payers of Jackson county that I levied upon as the property of Wm. C. Mil
be in my office from 9 o’clock A. m ., to ler to satisfy the above demands.
filled by the new proprietor.
people of Jackson and Josephine coun
vice altogether between these two 4 will
J. W. MANNING,
J ohn II ewston , J r .,
o'clock I*, m . of each official day, for the
P. D. H ull .
Sheriff ot Jackson county, Oregon.
purpose of receiving taxes. Those not pay
C has . N ickell .
Dated at Jacksonville this 24th of Novem
within 30 days from date will have to
Mr. Peterson informs us that all deprived of all mail facilities whatever ing
The people of Josephine, too, are
pay mileage, as the taxes must be collected ber, A. D. 1874.
A pples .—Jos. Rapp has our thanks quite aware of the benefits that would interested wore greatly surprised at except by a circuitous route via Hum ami I cannot afford to ride after them for
nothing. I propose to enforce the law st rict-
for a liberal supply of splendid apples. accrue to them, and are awaiting an this result, as the rock sent Mr. Drum boldt Bay. Mail matter will be sev lv, so take warning in time.
J. W. MANNING,
Sheriff A Tax-Collector of Jackson Co., Ogn.
N ew G ranges .—D. S. K. Buick,
Dated this 14th day of December, 1874.
Deputy Grand Master for this section,
NO. 34 MONTGOMERY BLOCK,
The County Grange Council at its so well. This latter assay reported Courier grows justly indignant over
Informs us that he will organize a
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Grange at Kerbyville on January 5th, last session appointed a Committee to all gold and hut little silver, while the the matter. It says that the citizens
visit Kerbyville to confer with the San Francisco assay reports but little of Crescent City and vicinity have TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER AND
anil also one at Vannoy’s Ferry on
1 decree of the County Court tor the State
January Sth. Both sections are in people of that county on the 6th of silver and no gold. This does not dis agreed to pay H. Gasquet $40 atrip to of Oregon, for Jackson County, sitting for
H. AIKEN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
courage those concerned, who have bring the mail from Waldo. What the transaction of Probate business Decem
. and Commander of the Grand Army
the Sth, A. D. 1874, the undersigned.
of the Republic in California and Nevada,
The cost of constructing a first-class confidence in the richness of the ledge, action will be taken to have the mail ber
Administrator of the Estate of John Thur- will give prompt attention to the collection
F atal A ccident .—Louis Tucker, road upon the line surveyed by us, the and will fully test its merit.
service go on as heretofore, we have l>er, Sen., deceased, will offer for sale for of Additional Travel Pay, now due Califor
cash in United States Gold Coin to the high nia and Nevada Volunteers discharged 300
Route Agent of the O. A C. Stage Co., road to have not less than a uniform
est bidder at public auction, at the Court miles from home. Soldiers can depend on
I. o. G. T.— W. R. Dunbar, G. W.
House door in Jacksonville, in said county, fair dealing. Information given free of
yesterday received a telegram stating width of 12 feet, uniform grades,
H oliday P resents —Only a week on
charge. When writing enclose stamp for
I that the stage had upset that morning smooth surface, well protected by cul C. T., on December 2d organized a until
Saturday, January 17th, 1875,
reply and state company and regiment and
near Myrtle Creek, killing the driver, verts, inside bridges, etc., substantial lodge of Good Templars at Linkville. about to invest in holiday presents, The following described real property, situ whether you have a discharge. Congress
has extended the time for filing claims for
Asher F. Wall, formerly of this place. bridges, and in short to be a first-class The following are the officers for the we will offer some gratis information ated in the County of Jackson, State of Ore additional Bounty under Act of J uly 28,1866,
ensuing term : W. J. Small, W. C.
No further particulars at present.
road in every particular, will aggregate
The S. W. % of N. W. J< of section 20; to January, 1875, so all such claims must be
T.; Mary F. Poe, R. II. S.; Anna as to where you can get what you want E. Ji ofS. W. M of section 30 ; W. Ji of S. made before that time. Original Bounty of
$100 has been allowed all volunteers who
E. Ji of section 30 ; E. % of N. E. Ji of sec enlisted
A nother L edge —A ledge of con $55,865.
Walker, L. IL S.; Orphea Cranston, at reasonable rates:
before July 22, 1861, for three years,
tion 30 ; S. W. Ji of N. W. Ji of section 29 ; if not paid
It is proposed by the friends of the
White A Martin and Caro A Fisher N.
same when discharged. Land
siderable pretensions has been discov
W. V. T.; Geo. Conn, W. S.; Ella
E. Ji of N. E. Ji of section 31. All in Warrants the
be obtained for services ren
38, South of Range, 1 West, and dered liefore 1855,
ered near Kerbyville, Josephine coun
Cranston, W. A. S.; Wm. Forsythe, have an elegant stock of dry goods, Township
but not for services in the
for late war and 1812
ty. Prospecting has been in progress cure national aid to build the road, W. F. S.; Ellen Forsythe, W. T.; Nel etc., to select from.
Sale to commence at 1 o’clock P. M. of obtained and increased
when allowed for
E. I). FOUDRAY,
on it, but we have learned of no devel and afterward keep it in repair by levy son Stephenson, W. C.; Ed. Penning,
E. Jacobs and Ben Sachs have a nice ■said
Administrator of the Estate of John Thur sions are allowed to Mexican but
ing a nominal toll, sufficient for that
ber, Sr., deceased.
opments. Other quartz discoveries are
W. M.; James Markley, W. D. M.; assortment of toys.
December 14th, 1874.
Pensions to surviving veterans of Texas Rev
P. M. Poe, W. I. G.; Dennis Small, iI At the City Drug store may be found
I The advantages accruing to the peo
olution. New Orleans and Mobile Prize
W. O. G.; J. H. Miller, P. W. C. T. elegant albums, books, etc.
Money is now due and being |>aid. W. II.
“T emple of F ashion .”—The holi ple of these three counties would be
Aiken also attends to General law and Col
Oliver C. Applegate is Lodge Deputy.
Besides a splendid stock of jewelry,
days are at hand, and while everybody immense. To us it would open a cash
is looking for handsome presents, it market for all our surplus, lower freight
S herman A H yde ’ s Musical Re you can find toys and holiday goods of
GIVEN BY THE
should be borne in mind that Sachs rates on importations, increase the view for November is an unusually all kinds at Neuber’s.
Bros, have a large and elegant assort quantity and value of our productions, good number. It contains a Sketch of
John A. Boyer, Ben Sachs and
ment of dry goods, furs, etc., from particularly breadstuff's, increase the the Life of George T. Bromley, Glean Wintjen A Helms have a fine lot of INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY!
whieh you can easily select a nice hol value of real estate, and add largely to ings from Musical History, a large col candies for the holidays.
iday gift at a reasonable price. Call our circulating medium.
lection of interesting miscellaneous
TnE E xhibition .—There was a
FIVE BRAN NEW FLORENCE
Very Respectfully Yours,
matter, the usual Art Notes, Musical good attendance present at the Court
D. S. K. B uick .
Criticisms, and four fine pieces of vo House Saturday evening to hear the
R eturned .—Most of those who left
Jacksonville for the Galice Creek
P repayment of P ostage .—From cal and Instrumental music. It is lecture of Prof. Stinson on the Darwin
mines have returned. They report the 1st of January next the new pos worth double the subscription price ian theory, and witness Prof. Cox’s
Sewing Machines !
an immense quantity of quartz, and tal law makes it Incumbent upon us of one year. Subscriptions will be re illustration of 0<lic force. Both gen
CHBISTMAS EVENINS, Sec. 25th.
no further developments. The latest to prepay postage, that is, to pay the ceived till January 1st at $1 per year ; tlemen acquitted themselves in a cred
assay, given elsewhere, seems to postage in advance. This will be a after that at $1.50. Address Sherman itable manner, and to the satisfaction
dampen the ardor of some, though considerable expense to us, but we do A Hyde, San Francisco.
of the audience, we learn. We were A Cordial Invitation Extended to All !
there is much confidence yet reposed not intend to raise the subscription
C harges against A gent D yar . not present, consequently we will not
In the ledge by many.
price, as some papers have done. All —The telegraph announces that Con enter into any details.
M aster of C eremonies —W. J. S tanley .
THAN EVER AT
F or S an F rancisco .—Hon. Hen we ask is a prompt settlement when gressman Luttrell of California brings
N otice to T ax -P ayers .—Sheriff
F loor M anagers :
ry Klippel left for San Francisco this I the subscription falls due, and we charges at Washington against the Manning in another column gives no Robt. Kahler, T. W. Berry, F. Kasshafer,
Henry Helms, Geo. P. Fitts.
week to purchase a mill for the quartz trust our patrons will respond to this Agent of the Klamath Indian Agency tice that he will be at his office in
mine of Klippel, Beekman & Johnson, rule in a cheerful manner.
of scandalous speculation in influenc Jacksonville from 9 o’clock a . m . to
on Rogue River. This ledge prom
ickets , $3.50. good music and
H unters ’ E mporium .—The public ing one Snyder to sell at 20 per cent, 4 o’clock p. m . of each official day, for
Supper will be provided.
ises well. We are pleased to see that should bear in mind that John Miller, his audited claim against the Agency, the purpose of receiving taxes. Those
the gentlemen interested repose in connection with his complete supply for'which provision had already been not paying within 30 days from the
The City Brewery,
enough confidence in it to venture of hunters’ equipage, keeps a first-class made. Unless Mr. Dyar explains this date of his notice (December 14th) will
buying a mill, and trust their energy assortment of shelf-hardware, cutlery, transaction satisfactorily, there Is a have costs added. Read his notice
and enterprise will be amply repaid. I paints, oils, mechanics’ tools, nails, vacancy ahead.
among our new advertisements.
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M asonic E lection . —At a regular rope, etc. Call and see him at his new
L iterary S ociety . — A full at
T eacher ’ s N otice .—B. F. Sloan,
meeting of Warren Lodge No. 10, A.
R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN-
tendance of the members of the Liter School Superintendent of Josephine,
forms the citizens of Jacksonville and
reat P reserver of H ealth .—
F. A A. M., held Wednesday evening,
A nniversary .—To-morrow being ary Society is requested at the meet elsewhere announces that he will hold
surrounding country that he is now manu
T he G
’s Effervescent Seltzer Aperient can
Dec. 16th, the present officers were the first anniversary of the Independ ing this (Friday) evening. The elec a public examination at his residence facturing, and will constantly keep on hand Tarrant
be relied upon as a pleasant, mild
the very best of I.ager Beer. Those wishing always
sjieedy and positive cure in all cases of
re-elected, to-wit : Thos. G. Reames, ent Literary Society, it will be ob tion of officers for the^ensuing term on December 31st. Teachers desiring a cool glass of beer should give me a call.
Coativene.ss, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Sick
W. M.; C. C. Beekman, S. W.; J. A. served by appropriate exercises at its and other important business will be certificates should consult the adver
Headache, Indigestion, Sour Stomach,
Liver Complaints, Biliousness, Flatulency,
tisement for particulars.
Cardwell, J. W.; John Bilger, Treas place of meeting in the School House. transacted.
Fullness of blood, and all Inflammatory
Complaints, where a gentle, cooling cathar
urer ; Max Muller, Secretary ; R. S. The public is invited to attend.
T hanks .—Our bow to John A.
A dministrator ’ s S ale . — E. D.
LL PERSONS KNOWING TIIEM- tic is required. So says the Chemist; so
Dunlap, Tyler. The installation would
selves indebted to the undersigned, says the Physician; so says the great
G range H all .—We learn that Foudray, administrator of the estate of
Public of the nineteenth century.
proprietor of the Eagle Brewery, are here American
take place on St. John’s Day, Decem
John Thurber, Sr., deceased, will sell and fancy candies, nuts, etc. Don’t by requested to come forward and settle Heed ye then, and besot without a bottle
ber 27th, but that day falling on Sun
their accounts, either by cash cr note, by in tliehouse. Before life is imperiled, deal
some real estate belonging to the es forget that he has first-class supply of the 1st ol January, 1875. Prompt compli judiciously with the symptoms. Remem
day, the ceremonies will be deferred
tate on the 17th of January next See these articles, and that he sells them ance with this request will save cost and ber that the slight internal disorder of to
day may become an obstinate, incurable
until the following day, Monday, De This is a substantial evidence of its
disease to-morrow. Sold by all druggists.
She iOmonatic Simrs.
GRAND CHRISTMAS BALL!
45 PER CENT. CHEAPER 11