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Official Piper for Jaekiai I Josephine Counties.
FRIDAY........................ JANUARY 8, 1875.
NKACRATS T.ATKRT TTTF.SPRMF.
Army Supplies In Oregon
HEXEKAL NO’t’EM AMD MEWS.
Gerritt Smith, the noted abolitionist j
and so-called philanthropist Is dead.
A firm at Beaverton, Washington ’
county, is getting out 50,000 hoop
poles on a contract.
Corvallis has a shingle machine in
operation with a capacity to turn out
75,000 shingles per day.
Ben Butler declares that the Repub- .
lican party has run its last l’residen- j
tial ticket. Ben’s head is level.
The receipts of internal revenue for i
the month of December were $9,000,- ]
A telegram from Washington states
that one of the requirements of the new
law regulating the purchase of army
supplies is that wherever purchases
can be made in the vicinity of the
points to be supplied, without extra 1
cost, the local manufacturers and pro I
ducers must be patronized in prefer
ence to contractors at a distance. And
it is said that one of the results of this
law is to give a San Francisco shoe
factory a contract to furnish all the
army boots and shoes for the Pacific
Coast. That is not as “local” as it
ought to be. Inasmuch as most of the
soldiers on the coast are in Oregon,
and at points naturally drawing sup
plies from Oregon, says the Bulletin,
we insist that the Oregon factories
should have the contracts for all boots,
shops, clothing, blankets, bread, meat
and everything else that the army
needs in this quarter. Wont our dele-
gation in Congress just “localize”
this matter a little more.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for Jackson county, sitting in Probate
December 23, 1874.
In the matter of the Estate of Barbara Hen
pEORGE H. LYNCH, ADMTNTSTRA-
IT tor of said estate, having filed in .said
Court his final account for settlement, and
also praying for an order for setting the
time for hearing the same ; therefore notice
is hereby given that said final account will
lie heard and determined in said Court on
Tuesday, the 2d day of Febiuary, 1875. at
which time all ¡»ersons having any objec
tions to said final account and settlement
must then and there be made.
Bv order of Hon. E. B. Watson, County
E. I). FOUDRAY, Clerk. *
December 23, 1874.
— fob —
OLD AND RELIABLE HOUSE
— of —
A. B. Meflrhrtm, who was prom
inently connected with the late Modoc
Peace Commission, and who has been
at Washington some time perfecting
Have on hand and offer for sal*
arrangements, has started another en
terprise, which will doubtless prove
as lucrative as the former. He has 000, which is $1,000,000 over last De
secured the permission of the author cember’s receipts.
The Largest and Best Assortment
Notice of Intention.
(Successors to A. Fisher A Bro.)
William Bragg, who'is living near
ities at Washlnsrton to t»’.e from the
In the Probate Court of the County of Jack-
different reservations of the United Independence, Polk county, was 111
son, State of Oregon.
ave pleasure in announcing
States not less than ten Indians, to years old in October. He has been in
In the matter of the Estate of Wendelin
the receipt of a large invoice of
accompany him on a lecturing tour. Oregon since 1844.
To the Hon. E. B. Watson, Judge of the
He announces as his purpose “tn illus
A prominent citizen of Polk county
Probate Court of the County of Jackson :
Fancy <fc Staple Dry-Goods,
T JAMES MILLER, ADMINISTRATOR
trate h’s proposition concemincr the i was made the happy recipient of one
1 of the estate of Wendelin Nus, deceased,
feasibilitv of advancing their civiliza hundred and fifty chalk pipes on the
duly appointed and qualified as such under
the order of the above named Court on the
tion.” This is a rather “thin” dodec. Christinas tree in Dallas.
9th day of June, 1874, do hereby give notice
He has not so much regard for the Tn-
The Albany Democrat gives notice
to whom it may concern that oh the 1st day
—tsFALLT KBTT IN— '
of February, 1875, I will ask leave of the GENTS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING,
dian as to go to this trouble. The that that office will accept no compli
Probate Court for the County of Jackson
benefit of his pocket is what is his real mentary tickets for shows, theaters,
Oregon, to resign my trust as Administra
tor of said estate.
object, and to make his success on that concerts, etc., after Jan. 1st. All puffs
Dated Butte Creek, Dec. 31, 1874.
score surer, Instead of taking the must be paid for.
Matters are serious again in Louis
fiercer and more warlike Apache,
Filibustering in aid of the Cuban iana. The infamous fraud practiced Administrator’s Sale of Real Estate. HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE
Comanche or Rlonv, who would be i insurgents is to be renewed soon with
by Kellogg’s Returning Board of Elec
fitter subject*, he takes from among i two steamers. They are also using
tions upon the people of Louisiana TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER AND
1 decree of the County Court tor the State
conquered tribes of Orepon, but who, ' efforts at Washington to have the
have roused the latter to action, who of Oregon, for Jackson County, sitting for
owing to recent circumstances, would ; insurgents recognized as belligerents.
transaction of Probate business Decem
We flatter ourselves that a fourteen years’
intend making it tropical for the car the
the 8th, A. D. 1874, the undersigned, TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
“draw” better houses.
experience has made us familiar with
Washington correspondents write pet-baggers. Another quota of Feder Administrator of the Estate of John Thur
The Salem ’Record announces that that the House Commitee on Railroads al bayonets has been sent there to ber, Sen., deceased, will offer for sale for
And a General Supply of
cash in United States Gold Coin to the high
Capt. O. C. Applegate, a gentleman and canals has decided to recommend keep in the usurpers.
est bidder at public auction, at the Court
House door in Jacksonville, in said countv.
THE WANT of THIS COMMUNITY.
well versed In the Indian character, a subsidy of $8,000 per mile for the
’ ’ FAMILY
will accompany Meacham. The In Portland, Dalles and Salt Lake Rail
Saturday, January 17th, 1875,
dians he has secured are Toby, the
The following described real property, situ
Tn fact anything you may want, no mat
ated in the County of Jaekson, State of Ore
Modoc woman, cousin fo Capt. .Tack,
whether you are a
There are 243 Granges of the Pa- |
The S. W. Ji of N. W. M of section 20;
who acted as the Interpreter for the
Saturday eveniner at the Odd Fel
i irons of Husbandry in Oregon and ad low’s Hall. Brothers in good standing are E. ofS. W.
ot section 30 ; W. \/2 ofS.
peace conferences and at the trial of
of section 30 ; E. % of N. E. % of sec
FIRST - CLASS GOODS
joining Territories. These have an
tion 30 ; S. W. K of N. W. % of section 29 ;
Jack and Sconchin. She is married to
C. W. SAVAGE, N. G.
average membership of 50 each, which
S ol . S achs , Rec. See’v.
Frank Riddle, a white man. Mr.
Township 38, South of Range, 1 West, and
OR ANY OTHER MAN
gives 12,150 persons affiliated with the ; Jacob Ish, Isaac Sachs, Kaspar Kuhli, containing three hundred and sixty acres.
Applegate will bring from the Klamath
Sale to commence at 1 o’clock p. m . of
E. D. FOUDRAY,
reservation Have Hill, a Klamath chief,
Administrator of the Estate of John Thur
and Pitt River Charley, who was a
ber, Sr., deceased.
Hold* its recular meetings every Thursday
December 14th, 1874.
Klamath slave, stolen when young London for New York, was burned at evonincr
We are proud to state that we have l>ought
at the Odd Fellows’ Hall. Brothers
stock of goods at PANIC PRTCES, and
from the Pitt rivers. From the Siletz
are ready to sell them accordingly
he has secured Geo. Harney and his and passengers, numl>ering 500, all per
A. B ohn , R. S.
T i lísteos—Herman V. Helms, Ben Sachs,
wife Maggie, two civilized Indians ished but three, who arrived at St.
y virtue of an execution and
order of sale duly issued by E. D.
who speak excellent English. Harney Helena in a starving condition.
All we ask is a call and we will guarantee
Foudray, Clerk of the Circuit Court for satisfaction.
We invite all tn call and examine onr
A gentleman well posted in live
is the chief of the once hostile Rogue
Orpfoninn Pocahontas Tribe No. 1. Im Jackson county. State of Oregon, and to me
Goods and Prices, feeling assured that w*
proved order of Red Men, holds its directed and delivered, in favor of James
All kinds of produce taken in exchange for will give entire satisfaction to ALL.
Rivers. It is doubtful if he secures stock matters informs the Mountaineer
staled councils at the Red Men’s T. Glenn, and against Elizabeth Johnson goods.
FISIIER A CARO.
the men he would like from the Up that during last summer over 80,000 Hall the third sun in-everv seven sun«, in for the sum of $314.25 gold coin, with inter
tiie eichth run. A cordial invitation to all est at 10 per cent, per annum from Novem
per Columbia, but he has already en calves were branded in Eastern Ore brothers in good standing.
ber 18th, 1874, together with $20.09 costs
and accruing costs, I have levied upon and WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
SOL. SACHS, S.
gaged Scar Face Charley and Shack gon. It is estimated that-next sum
will offer for sale at public auction to the
C. W. S avage , C. of R.
highest bidder for cash in U. S. Gold coin,
Nasty Jim, two of the most notable mer the number will reach 120,000.
at the Court House in Jacksonville, in said
characters of the late Modoc war. It
The Portland Bulletin says: Straw-
Cor. California A 4th Stt.
Orrfon Division No. 1,
is expected that Big Tree and Satanta bery vines were in bloom on the hills Sons and Daughters of Temperance, meets
Saturday, January 3Oth, 1875,
will soon be proven innocent of the I in Eagle creek precinct on the 15th of on Tuesday evening of each week in the
Red Men’s Hall. Brothers and sisters in at one o’clock p. m . of said day, the follow
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
charge against them and be released this month. We have had no Winter good standing are invited to attend.
ing described real property, to-wit:
spectfullv inform their friend* and the
The southwest fraction of the northwest
DAN’L. CRONEMILLER, W. P.
public generally that they have purchased
from the Texas jail, and Mr. Meacham so far, and trees seem ready to bloom
quarter, and the northeast and northwest
ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SIL- the above establishment, which will be
J. R. W ade , R. S.
fractions of the southwest quarter of Sec
hopes to add these warriors to his out on the first warm day. Oregon is
verware, etc., has received a large ad henceforth conducted under their constant
tion 12, in Township 38, South of Range, 2
dition to his well-selected stock of Jewelry
personal supervision, and they guarantee
truly the finest climate on the conti-
Warren Lodge No. 10, A. F. & A. M., West, and known as lots No. 2, 3 and 4. in and silverware.
satisfaction to all who may favor them with
Holds its regular communications said Section 12, containing 78 and 9-100
ELGIN AND WALTHAM,
on the Wednesday evenings or pre acres ; all in Jackson county, Oregon. To
These stables are centrally located, and
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has ceding the full inoon. in Jacksonville, Ore gether with all and singular the tenements Gold and Silver Watches. Gold and Silver within convenient distance of the various
anti hereditaments thereunto l>elonging and Chains, all imported from the first manufac houses of public entertainment. Horses
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
issued orders that no Indians be
levied upon as the property of said Eliza turers in the East. A fine lot of SETH and mules will be boarded and cared for at
M ax M uller , Sec’y.
Tn relation to completing the O. A C. allowed to leave their reservations
beth Johnson to satisfy the above demand. THOMAS’
moderate charges. Thev have one of ths
J. W. MANNING,
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south of
R. R., the Yreka Journal says : “The without a written permit from the Su Ruth Rpbrknh Drrrrr Loti« No. 4,1. 0. 0. F.,
Sheriff of Jackson county, Oretron.
Also all kinds of E ight -D a Y and 30- iiour Portland, of
Jacksonville, Dec. 30. 1874.
impression seems to prevail that a* perintendent, and then under guard
Holds its remilar meetings on every other
locks ; PockET C utlery and W illow
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
long as old Holladay runs the Oregon from the nearest military post. While Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
W are of all kinds ; a new assortment of the
Memlrers in good standinc are invited to
With single or double teams, for hire on rea
railroad, that it will never be extend passing through white settlements attend.
HUNTERS’ EMPORIUM! most elegant
K. KUBLI, N. G.
sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horse*
Toys for the Holidays,
ed further than Roseburg, or at least without such permit and guard Indians
and Mules, which will be hired to go to any
part of the country at moderate rates.
will never he finished to the California will be treated as hostile bands.
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
Animals bought and sold, and broke to
ALBUMS, DOLLS, BABY WAGONS, saddle or harness.
line, and the California road will not
Hold« its regular meetings at the District
Harry Wells, the founder of Wells, School
KUBLI A WTTJSON.
House every Friday evening.
be extended further, if no assurance is
CHAS. NICKELL, President.
Tn fact evervthing that is wanted for the hol-
given that the Oregon branch will be Fargo A Co.’s Express Company, pass
W illiam R ieck , Sec’y.
New Store! New Goods!
ed Winnemucca on the 22d, going
WARE of the best quality. Also a fine lot of
completed, as the road will not pay
AT uaic Boxes, Accordeons, Guitars, Violins, etc.
nnlesa completed through to Portland. west The old gentleman is 75 years
A Fine Assortment of
The California branch is ready to build
CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO,
any time, and the sooner the Oregon
Pipes. Pipe-stems, and anything of that LIXTS MICI BVILDISC, ULIFOHU 81,
branch gets rid of Holladay the better
kind that mav be wanted. I am also Agent
it will be for the railroad company and sons, who are going to some place in
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon. for the GROVER A BAKER and FLOR
ENCE Sewing Machines, and keep them
Southern California to spend the win
the people also.
constantly on hand. I have just received GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
lways on hand the best stock the latest improved Florence, which feeds
of Patent and Home-made Rifle and the work FROM THE OPERATOR.
Money was never so plenty in the
Shot Guns, single and double; Revolvers JJiT* Jewelry, Watches and Clocks cleaned
and repaired and warranted. Also Sowing
Californ ia street market as at the present
T he C rucial T est of the value of a med of the latest patents ; Pocket Pistols, neat, Machines cleaned and repaired.
small and powerful; Derringers, the latest
The Oregonian pays Gov. Tilden, of time. Recently, the Bank of Califor icine is time. Docs experience confirm the and
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND PIPES,
p-fr Give me a call.
best; also, the best Powder anil Pow
claims put forth in its favor at the outset T
New York, and Gov. Allen, of Ohio, nia received from New York a repaid is the grand question. Apply this criterion, der Flasks ; Hunting and pocket knifes of
fruits nr season
best brands ; all sorts • of Shot and
(both recently elected as Democrats) a loan of one million dollars, says the so simple, yet so Rearching, to Tarrant’s Ef the
fervescent Seltzer . Aperient. How has it Pouches ; Caps, Wads and everything in
high compliment for refusing railroad Coos Bay Newt, and other combina worn ? What has been its history T How the Sportsman’s line.
PLAIN ANO FANCY CANDIES.
He will also keep a full line of SHELF
passes. Why does not the Oregonian tions of circumstances have reduced does it stand to-day ?
HARDWARE, Nails and Rope of all kinds
sizes, Carpenters’ and Wagon-Makers,
be Just in this matter, says the Demo the current rate of interest on all
Tarrant’s Seltzer Aperient
Tools, a complete assortment of Table and
RODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
crat^ and also ascribe His Excellency, good securities to eight per cent, per is a household name throughout the United Pocket Cutlery, together with a full supply
Please give me a call.
August 5, 1874,
Gov. Grover, of onr State, the same annum. The only thing to be regret States. It is administered as a specific, and
The above goods are all of the best qual FIVE BRAN NEW FLORENCE
with success, in dyspepsia, sick headache,
measure of praise which he so lavish ted is that the San Francisco banks nervous debility, liver complaint, bilious re ity, and will be sold
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
ly showers upon our Eastern Demo have been loaning money on property mittents, bowel complaints (especially con
stipation), rheumatism, gout, gravel, nau
New guns made to order, and repairing
cratic Governors ? The editor of that in Chicago and St. Louis for the past sea, the complaints peculiar to the maternal
promptly done and in good style. All or
Agency of the Willamette Nursery
paper has certainly long been aware of three months, and sending none of it is it in its operation that it can be given with ders filled with dispatch.
Sewing Machines !
the fact that Gov. Grover never has for investment in Oregon* which is perfect safety to the feeblest child ; and so
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
agreeable isit to the taste, so refreshing to
accepted a pass or any similar favor one of San Francisco’s biggest feeders. the
appointed agent of G. W. Walling A
palate, that children never refuse to
Son’s well-known Willamette Nursery of
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS !
take It. For sale by all druggists.
from any railroad corporation what
Oswego. Clackamas county, Informs the
A dispatch dated Seattle, W. T.,
ever. Come, friend, be just at home
public that he is prepared to fill all orders for
Jan. 1st, says the sweepstake race over
otice is hereby given to the
choice fruit trees at short notice and at rea
as well abroad !
Tax-payers of Jacksor county that I
sonable rates. CHERRY TREES a special
the Seattle course took place to-day.
will be in my office from 9 o’clock a . m ., to
ty, of which I have a large and choice as
The horses were called out at 1 o’clock
4 o’clock r. m . of each official day, for the
sortment on hand. Give me a call.
purpose of receiving taxes. Those not pav
R. 8. DUNLAP.
Osceola and Tom Merry were the only
ing within 30 days from date will have to
THAN EVER AT
pay mileage, as the taxes must be collected
A late New York dispatch says horses to run, Trifle having been with
and I cannot afford to ride after them for
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Tweed and his friends are greatly drawn. Osceola won the race easily
R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN- nothing. I propose to enforce the law strict
alarmed by the appointment of the in three straight heats. Time—1:54,
forms the citizens of Jacksonville and ly, so take warning in time.
J. W. MANNING,
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
country that he ia now manu
new Commissioners of Charities and 1:50, 1:54. A heavy rain set in last surrounding
11 persona indebted to the undersigned
facturing, and will constantly keep on hanci Sheriff A Tax-Collector of Jackson Co., Ogn.
Dated this 14th day of December, 1874.
that I have placed my accounts In the
Correction, whose supreme control of night and continued throughout the the very best of Lager Beer. Those wishing
hands of J. H. Stinson, Justice of the Peace,
Blackwell's Island is certain to subject day. The track was very heavy and a cool glass of beer should give me a call.
for collection. Those interested will take
notice, as business is meant.
Tweed to the same discipline and re- slippery. Tom Merry was the favorite
trictions as lesser rogues there have. before the race, pools selling slowly
Jacksonville, Dec. 8, 1874.
rp»E ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
THE EAGLE BREWERY
1 Gold Hill Quartz Mining Company will
There is little hope for his escape by at 20 to 15. Great disappointment
LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE be held at its office at the store of &achs
means of future legal proceedings, and was manifested at his actions in the
All Hinds of Job Printing
undersigned are requested to come for Bros., Jacksonville, on Saturday, the 9th
it is believed that unless he is careful race. Osceola was ridden by John
ward and settle. Those who have not the
requested, as the election of officers and oth
has now on hand and is constantly man
ly guarded be will soon seek relief in Faylor, his trainer, and Tom Merry by ready cash can settle in lumber, wood, hay er
ousiness of importance will be transacted.
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern NEATLY & CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
or grain. I wish to live and let live. So
By order of the President.
Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to
flight His family spent two hours Geo. Tebaw. About $8,000 changed take warning, as others are better collectors
IKE SACHS, Secretary.
suit purchasers. Call and test tho article.
with him yesterday.
Jacksonville: Dee. 10,1874.
Jacksonville, Sept. 1> 1874.
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