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VOL. V.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH ■ 1875
PROFESSIONAL CARDS,
Fumi ture Ware-Room,
STATE OF OREGON.
Dr. L. DANFORTH.
Governor,..................................................... L. F. Grover
Cor. California A Oregon Sts.,
Secretary of State,.................. JS. F. Chadwick
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
State Treasurer,.........................................A. H. Rrown
Oregon.
Mtate Printer..........................
M. V. Brown
removed
to Jacksonville, and tenders Jacksonville,
H as ___
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‘Snp’l of Public Instruction... L. L. Rowland his
professional services to the public.
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Office on California street, adjoining Ca­
Circuit Judge,....................................P. P. Prim ton’s shoe-shop. Residence on Third street,
DAVID LINN
District Attorney,...................... II. K. Hanna opposite and west of the M. E. Church.
JACKSON COUNTY.
H. K. HANNA,
County Judge............................. E. B. Watson
County Commissioners
{
Heston
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment
of furniture, consisting of
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
BEDSTEADS,
Sheriff,..................................... J. W. Manning
Jacksonville, Oregon,
Clerk............................................ E. D. Fondrav
BUREAI S, TABLES.
Treasurer,.............................................K. Knbli Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Assessor,................................... W. A. Childers
Prompt attention given to all business left
GUILD MOULDINGS,
School Superintendent,......... H. C. Fleming in mv care.
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Surveyor, .......................................E. C. Mason
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
Coroner......................................... H. T. Tnlow
E. B. WATSON.
c. W. KAHLER.
•Official Paper,................... D emocratic T imes
KAHLER A WATSON,
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
JOSEPHINE COUNTY.
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C u
THE DEMOCRAT!
Official Paper for Jackson & Josephine
A
OFFICE—On Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
Building.
B o QQI
«BAVE CREEK MINIA» DI MTU I
PREAMBLE AND BY-LAWS ADOPTED
FEB. 15, 1875.
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W hereas , We, the miners orGrave
Creek, in Josephine County, believe
that there are valuable lodes of quartz,
containing gold, silver and other val­
uable metals, and also much ground
that would be valuable for placer
mines, situated on Grave Creek and in
its vicinity, and
W hereas , W o are without any
local organization and believe it
necessary for the successful develop­
ment of the mines, therefore be it
Resolved, That we form a new min­
ing district in conformity to the laws
of the United States and the local laws
of Oregon, bounded as follows : On
the south by the Galice Creek Mining
District ; on the east by Jackson
county ; on the north by Douglas
county, and on the west by a line run- ,
ning north from the northwest corner
of Galice Creek Mining District to in­
tersect the south line of Douglas county.
Also to elect a local Recorder, adopt a
set of by-laws and attend to any other
business for the benefit of the miners
in the district.
NO. 10.
shall be entitled to receive a fee of
not more than $1.00 in each case, and
all such record shall be legal evidence
of such transfer.
A rt . 13. It shall be required of the
local Recorder to give bonds in the
sum of $500.00 for the faithful per­
formance of his duty.
A rt . 14. It shall be the duty of the
Recorder to act as clerk of all meetings
held in the district by the miners.
A rt . 15. All examinations of the
records shall be made in the presence
of the Recorder or his deputy. Whe
relieved, the Recorder shall turn
to his successor all books, papers, e
pertaining to his office.
EETTER FROM «BAVE
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
Advertisements will be inserted in the T imm
at the following rates :
One square, one insertion....................... $3.00
each subsequent one
1.00
For legal advertisements, $2.50 per square
of 121ines, first insertion, and $1.00per square
for each subsequent insertion.
A fair reduction from the above rates made
to yearly advertisers.
Yearly advertisements pavable quarterly.
Job printing neatly and promptly executed.
strikes the creek, and then follow the
main road down the creek about one
mile and a half, from which point they
will have to pack into the mines, which
will be about ten miles. The trail is
very good for a person used to a pack
trail through the mountains, but for a
person unaccustomed to mountain
traps, it will appear rough the first
tiyie going over, but will improve
eatly by the time they get back, if
ey prospect awhile.’ I was there
hree weeks prospecting, and missed
all the bad places coming back that I
weut over going down. - A company
has been organized and a town site has
been located in a splendid place for a
mountain country like this. The soil
is of such a character that every family
can produce their vegetables in the
back yard. The same company have
located a ditch, started a dam, and let
in the water in compliance with the U.
8. law in such matters.
F ranklin W irts .
Central Point, Jackson Co., Oregon,
February 22, 1875.
rned
M r . E ditor : Havingjust
from the mines on Grave Creek, I
Jacksonville, Oregon,
1’TTC., ETC.
Sheriff,........................................ Dan. L. Green
thought that perhaps in this day of
Clerk........................................... Chas. Hughes Will practice in the Supreme, District and
Also Doors. Sash and Blinds always on
mining excitement a few words in re­
Treasurer..................................... Win. Naucke other Court« of this State.
hand and made to order. Planing done on
Assessor....................................................... John Howell
Office in the building formerly occupied reasonable terms. -pSU Undertaking a spe­
gard to the mines in that locality
School Superintendent,............... B. F. Sloan by O. Jacobs, opposite Court House.
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might be interesting to some of your
Surveyor................................. ...W. N. Sanders
Coroner...................................... Geo. E. Briggs
J. H. STINSON.
J. R. NEIL.
readers. The Grave Creek Mining ;
Official Paper,...................D emocratic T imes
“
EXCELSIOR
”
STINSON A NEIL,
District, as organized Feb. 15th, 1875, ■ How to P lay the P iano .—It was
COURT SITTINGS.
is in Josephine county, Oregon, and a young woman with as many white
.7orl-.«on ChunD/.—Circuit Court, second
Attorneys and fonnsfllors-at-Law,
flounces round her as the planet 8aturn
LIVERY STABLE,
Monday in Februarv. June and November.
runs from the north line of the Galice has rings, that did it. She grave the
County Court, first Monday in each month.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON,
BY-LAWS.
Creek Mining District to the Douglas music stool a whirl or two, and fluffed
.7osei>A»ne Cbwntv.—Circuit Court, second
Oregon Street, Jacksonville,
A
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1.
This
district
shall
include
j
Monday in April and fourth Monday in Oc- Will practice in the Supreme. District and
county line on the north, and to the down on it like a twirl of soap suds in
other Courts of the State. Prompt atten­
tol>er. Conn tv Court, first Monday in Jan­
that
portion
of
territory
situated
in
i
Jackson county line on the east, em­ a hand basin. Then she pushed up
uary, April, July and October.
tion given to all business entrusted to our
Josephine
county,
State
of
Oregon,
as
j
J.
W.
MANNING
&
R.
ISH,
Propr
’
i.
care.
JACKSONVILLE PRECINCT.
bracing a scope of country that is no her cuffs as if she was going to fight
follows:
Beginning
at
the
northwest
tftr
Office
on
California
street,
between
for the champion’s belt. Then she
Justice of the Peace.................... J. H. Stinson
doubt
rich
in
mineral
wealth,
both
in
Third
and
Fourth.
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corner
of
Galice
Creek
Mining
District
worked her hands and wrists to limber
Constable................................... A. M. Asbury
i
quartz
and
placer
mines,
the
latter
of
and
running
north
to
the
Douglas
’
em, I suppose, and spread out her
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
aving just received a new
J. A. CALLENDER, M. D. | A. C. MATTHIAS, M D,
( C. C. Beekman, Pres’t,
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car­ county line ; thence east along said which have been extensively worked fingers till they looked if they would
CALLENDER & MATTHIAS,
I Sol. Sachs,
riages, wo are now prepared to furnish our
line to the northeast corner of Jose­ for the last fifteen years, and have pretty much cover the key board, from
John Bilger,
T rustees,
patrons and the public generally with as
phine county ; thence south along fhe
the growling end down to the little
Physirians k Xnrrrons,
I TTenrv Judge,
FINE TURNOUTS
line of Jackson and Josephine counties payed largely for working.
squeaky one. Then these two hands
(K. Kubli.
Many quartz lodes have been known of hers make a jump at the keys as if
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
As can be had on the Paoifio Coast. Saddle to where it intersects the north line of
,.U. S. Havden
Recorder.....................
horses hired to go to any part of the country. the Galice Creek Mining District; to exist within this district for years, they were a couple of tigers coming
....Henrv Pape
Tr>p«snrer,..................
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses
...... Fred. Grob
Marshal......................
broke
to work single or double. Horses thence along said line to the place of, but have had but little attention paid down upon a flock of black and* white
Peter Boschev
Street Commissioner
Having formed a co-partnership for the
lioarded.
and the best of ear© bestowed upon beginning. Tho same to be known as to them until the recent quartz excite­ sheep, and the piano gave a great
practice of our profession, wo Oder our ser­
:
them
while
in our charge.
Grave Creek Mining District.
vices to the public.
SOCIETY NOTICES,
ment on Galice Creek, since which men howl as if its tail had been trod on.
^BTOtfice on California Street, opposite T9" OUR TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
A rt . 2. The extent of a claim on i have been prospecting in every direc­ Dead stop—so still you could hear
Union Livery Stable.
A liberal share of the public patronage is any mineral vein shall be 1500 lineal tion for quartz, which has led to the your hair growing. Then another
. jgBtofcv
YilkLod?r No. in. I. fl. fl. F.,
solicited.
[28ft]
MANNING A ISH.
feet along the lode and 300 feet from I discovery of several promising leads in howl, as if the piano had two tails and*
"
Hold* it* regular meetings everv
Dr.
J.
C.
BELT,
Saturday evening at the Odd Fel­
the center on each side of the lode.
the vicinity of the mouth of Grave you had trod on both of them at once,
low’« Hall. Brothers in good standing are
A
rt
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3.
No
person
shall
hold
more
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
THE
Creek. The most westerly lead dis­ and then a grand clatter and scramble
invited to attend.
than one claim by location on any one covered, and known as the Keystone, and string of jumps, up and down,
C. W. SAVAGE, N. G.
Jacksonville, Oregon.
vein. By purchase, any number of crosses Grave Creek close to its mouth; back and forward, one hand over the
S ol .
Roe. Sec’y.
CITY DRUG STORE, claims
Jacob Ish, Isaac Sachs, Kaspar Kubli,
may be held.
crosses the point of a high ridge and other, like a stampede of rats and mice
Trustees.
A
rt . 4. All claims shall be meas­ runs into Rogue River, following the more than anything I call music.—
Having located in the town of Jacksonville,
JACKSONVILLE.
tor the purpose of practicing Surgery and
ured on a horizontal line and numbered bed of the river for some distance; and Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Jacksonville Stamm No. 14S L 0. R. M.,
other branches of his profession, respect­
1, 2, 3, <fcc., from the original discovery if it appears again, which it more than
fully asks a portion of the public patron­
Holds its regular meetings every Thursday
E xcited .—A paper styled the Aja/r-
on
the direction of the lode both ways. likely does, it will appear on the south
age.
Office
—
Second
door
north
of
the
U.
evening nt the Odd Fellows’ Hall. Rrothers
he new firm of kahler a bro .
S.
Hotel.
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rt
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5.
Any
person
or
persons
hold
­
it
of the Tinies— not Wilkes’—in a fit
in good standing are invited to attend.
of the river, some distance west of
have the largest and most complete
F. GROB, O. C.
ing
claims
in
this
district
shall
do
or
of
excitement occasioned by the uni­
assortment of
where the Yank and other leads cross.
S imon C aro , r . S.
cause to be done $33j worth of work This lead, though being next to the versal opposition of the press to Gen­
Trustee*—Herman v. Helms, Ben Sachs, ST. MARY’S ACADEMY, DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS,
on each claim held by them within I last taken up, is now* claimed for seven erals Grant and Sheridan’s Louisiana
Max Muller.
CONDUCTED BY
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also the first four months after the claim is or eight miles, nearly all of which dis­ policy, shrieks out: “Every copper­
the latest and finest styles of
recorded and continue the same every tance it can be traced by bold crop­ head, every cowardly secessionist,
Orrfnninn Pornhontas Tribe No. 1. Im­ THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES,
four months until the amount of $5.00, pings, and measures where discovered every Northern doughface, every dis­
proved order of Red Men, holds its
STATIONERY,
stated councils at the Red Men’s
worth of work is done ; and where 1G8 feet between walls. The quartz appointed office-seeker, every on-
And a great variety of PERFUMES and
Hall the thin! sun in everv seven suns, in
more than one person hold a claim to­ of this lode is of a very fine quality, is principled editor, every hide-bound
TOILET
ARTICLES,
Including
the
best
and
the oiirhth run. A cordial invitation to all
he scholastic year of this
cheapest
assortment
of
COMMON
and
PER
­
gether,
each one shall do or cause to very full of sulphurets, and in general democrat, and every sneaking republi­
brothers m good standing.
school will commence about the middle
SOL. SACHS, S.
of August, and is divided in four sessions, FUMED SOAPS in this market.
be
done
his or her pro rata amount of appearance is second to none that I can, have united in the howl against
Prescriptions carefnllv compounded.
C. W. S avage , C. of R.
of eleven weeks each. The following are the
said $33 J worth of work ; and upon a have seen in the Galice Creek District. Grant and the administration on the
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ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
terms:
failure of any one to perform their The next ledge east and close along­ Louisiana matter.” “But,” it asks,
Board and tuition, per term,............ $4000
Hn'fon Division No. 1,
proportion
of the work, their interest side of the Keystone, is the Ophir, the “what do they amount to T Pot them
4.00 TARTT ROCK SALOON,
Bed and Bedding.................................
8.00
Son« and Daughters of Temperance, meets Drawing and painting........................
in the claim shall be subject to reloca­ rock of which shows well in many all in the balance together, and the
on Tuesday evening of each week in the Piano,...................................................... . 15.00
OREGON STREET,
tion
by the party or parties having places, but is a darker colored quartz, clippings of Grant’s toe nails on the
. 5.00
Red Men’s Hall. Brothers and sisters in Entrance fee, only once,..................
put on the required amount of labor. having rather a grayish cast, and in other side would toss them all out of
good standing are invited to attend.
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors.
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
A rt . 6. No person shall be entitled many places a rusty appearance. This sight.” If their olfactory organs were
DkN’L. CRONEMILLER, W. P.
J. R. W ade , R. S.
to
a vote at any meeting held for the lead is quite large, but is not taken for in a healthy condition we have no
Primary, per term,.................................... $ 6.00
regulation of mining interests in this so great a distance, as its croppings are , doubt the “clippings
Junior,
“
..................................... 8.00
. _ _ of Grant’s toe
he proprietors of this well -
“
..................................... 10.00
Wirrn Lodge No. 10, A. F. k A. M., Senior,
district,
unless
they
are
owners
or
part
not
as
distinct
as
the
Keystone.
The
nails
”
would
speedily
impel them, if
known and popular resort would in­
Pupils are received at any time, and their
Holds it« regular communications
form their friends and the public generally owners of claims of either quartz or next east of the Ophir is the Mam- not “out of sight,” at least to a respect­
'
on the Wednesday evenings or pre­ terms will be counted from the day of their that a complete and first-class stock of the
moth. The quartz of this lead is ful distance to windward,
cedin'? the full moon, in Jacksonville. Ore­ entrance. For further particulars apply at best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and placer mines within this district.
the Academy.
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rt
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7.
All
claims
recorded
in
oth
­
gon.
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
similar to that of the Keystone, and
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand.
M ax M uller , Sec’y.
Thev will I* pleased to have their friends er districts and located within the claimed for a considerable distance. ;
M eacham has been exhibiting his
limits of this district, shall be trans­ The next on the east of this is the ' Modoc and other Indians at St. Joseph,
GEORGE SCHUMPF, “call and smile.”CABINET.
Ru»h Rfh’kih lHret Loil« No. 4,1. 0. 0. F.,
ferred to the record book of this dis­ Grey Eagle. This is a large lead, but Missouri. Among the number is Sear­
BARBER,
I
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also be found trict by the Recorder.
Holds its regular meetings on every other
has been prospected but little; the face Charley, who has a baby a few
here.
We
would
be
pleased
to
have
persons
Mondav evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
A
rt
.
8.
All
meetings
for
the
pur
­
croppings look well. The next and weeks old, named Jesus, Charley hav­
Members in good standing are invited to CALIFORNIA STREET, Jacksonville. possessing curiosities and specimens bring
pose
of
electing
officers
and
changing
them
in.
and
we
will
place
them
in
the
Cab
­
most easterly lead on which claims ing become converted since he left
attend.
K. KUBLI, N. G.
inet for inspection.
R achel F isher , R. S.
of these laws must be called by post­ have been located is the Yank, having here through tho influence of the
WINTJEN A HELMS.
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
ing written notices in at least three been traced through from where it Quaker Superintendent at the Quapaw
Jacksonville,
Aug.
5, 1874.
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ure in announcing that he is now in­
public places in the district, or by crosses Rogue River to where it crosses • Indian Reservation in Indian Territory.
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
stalled in his new and elegant quarters,
publishing the same in some newspa­ (»rave Creek, a distance of about five ' Meacham descril>es the scene of the
Hold* its regular meetings at the District which are fitted up in the latest and most
School House rverv Fridav evening.
approved style. All branches of the busi­
per printed in the county or some ad­ miles, and is now claimed several miles assassination of Gen. Canby, Dr,
CHAS. NICKELL, President.
ness executed in first-class manner.
joining
county, such publication to be north of Grave Creek. The quartz on Thomas and himself, and makes a
Miss D ora C ardwell , Sec’y.
I have also added bath-rooms, complete
made by the Recorder in each case this lode looks well for croppings, and strong point in representing Toby Rid­
and convenient in their appointments, and
those desiring a good, clean bath of any de­
during at least twenty days previous the lead is large and well defined. dle as the modern Pocahontas who
JOHN L. CARTER A SON, scription can be accommodated.
to such meeting, stating the object All the rock I have seen from the saved his life. They start from St.
DANDRUFF LOTION,
WTONE BUT THE CHOICEST AND BEST thereof.
above leads compare favorably with Jo. on a general tour to all the large
PAINTERS.
LN Wine«, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
A rt . 9. The Recorder shall be elect­ the rock of Galice Creek at a corre­ cities at the East
An entirely new discovery for cleansing kept.
ed by a majority of the claim-holders sponding distance below tho surface,
the scalp and restoring the hair to its natu­
DRINKS,
12}
CENTS.
present at the annual meetings to be and in my opinion are but a continua­
T he S ecret O ut .—The bright brass
E ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO ral vigor. Price, $1.00 per bottle.
held
in
May
of
each
year.
work
used upon car ornaments and fix­
all kinds of Painting, including
tion of the same leads ; and if so, the
NO CREDIT TN THE FUTURE—it don’t
RAZORS CAREFULLY PUT IN ORDER.
tures
is
the envy and despair of house­
A rt . 10. He shall record all claims Galice Creek District will have no per­
pay. Families needing anything in my line
HOUSE PAINTING,
can always be supplied with the purest and presented for the purpose and be en­ centage over this, and it remains to be keepers who cannot understand why
SIGN PAINTING,
best to be found on the Coast. Give me a titled to receive therefor a sum not ex­
GRANGERS,
determined which is the richest, if j it should not blacken or tarnish as their
ORNAMENTAL PAINTING,
call, and you will be well satisfied.
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ceeding
$2.00
for
the
first
name
and
household utensils of the same metal
there is any difference.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING. PATBONIZB HOME INDUSTBÏ!
fifty cents for each additional name
do
when not constantly polished.
RAILROAD SALOON, thereafter; Provided, That it shall As to natural facilities for working For their
ALL Styles of Graining Done.
encouragement we will In­
mines, Grave Creek stands unsurpassed
»Orders from the country promptly attend -
Third Street, Jacksonville, Oregon, not be lawful for him to record any by any mines I have ever seen, there form them that after the brass is pol­
I CAN FURNISH
*«d to.
21 m3.
claim in conflict with any prior loca­ being an abundance of water and tim­ ished at the factory it is covered with
tion. He shall endorse on all notices ber handy to almost every claim—two a thin transparent varnish, such as
First-Class WATER PIPE,
The City Brewery,
placed on file in his office the exact of the principal articles necessary for shellac in alcohol ; this protects the
Cheaper and More Durable
time of presentation for record. It the successful working of the mines ; surface, otherwise it would tarnish as
—BY—
THROUGH TICKETS, 12 j C ents . shall be his duty, if required by the and the timber is of the best quality, soon as a brass kettle.
—THAN—
VEIT SCHUTZ.
locator, to furnish each share-holder both for sawing and the furnace. The
with a certificate of his claim, attested sawing timber consists of fir, cedar,
A small lad had just received his
Wood, Iron, Lead, or any other Material.
hoice wines , liquors and ci -
gara constantly on hand. The reading by the seal of his office, for each of sugar pine and pitch pine, and for fire Christmas toy trumpet, to which he
R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN-
any size furnished .
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi­ which he shall receive the sum of wood we have white oak, black oak became greatly attached. At night
forms the citizens of Jacksonville and
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cals and leading papers of the Coast. 29tf. 50 cents. Before recording any claim,
•surrounding country that ho is now manu­
and live oak. As to water, the leads when he was altout to be put in his
facturing, »nd
constantly keep on hand
he shall satisfy himself that no rights all cross Grave Creek, Mt. Reuben i “little bed,” and was ready to say his
Send y Mir orders to
the very best of I^gar Beer. Those wishing
II. L. WF.BB.
8. P. JONES. are infringed, and in all cases priority
JOSIAH
HANNAH,
Creek and Rock Creek, and various prayers, he handed the trumpet to his
■a cool glass of beer should give me a call.
THE
Or A lex . M artin , Agent, Jacksonville.
of location shall deter mine ownership. smaller streams that will afford water grandmother, saying : “Here grand­
A rt . 11. It shall be the duty of the sufficient for running machinery and ma, you blow while I pray.”
NTW
STATE
SALOON,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Recorder
to make a transfer of all for all other necessary purposes. Per­
NOTICE.
elalms
in
his
book to the County Clerk sons going to the mines on Grave1 T he Prefect of Tien Ttiin, the port
VroncE is hereby given to all ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE Comer of California and Third Streets,
onoe in every twenty days from Feb. Creek from this valley, will find the of Pekin, China, whose salary was
IN parsons indebted to the undersigned
are requested to come for­
• that I have placed my aecerunts in the ward undersigned
li, 1S75.
and settle. Those who have sot the
nearest and beat route by crossing $1,500 per annum, has just refired,
'hands of J. tT. Siinson, Justice of the Peace, ready cash can settle in lumber, wood, hay
A bt . 12. All transfer of claims or Rogue River at Rock Point, and fol- j after four year’s service, on a fortune
tor collection. Those interested will take or grain. I wish to live and lot live. So
parts of claims made in this District i lowing the stage road to within a mile ' of $750,000. He displayed thrift and
»notiee, as business Is meant.
lake warning, as others are betterr collectors
nglish ale and porter , together
DAVID CKONEMILLER.
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with the finest brands of liquors and <*• shall be recorded in a book by the Re- j of Harkness’ Station, and, turning to • industry equal to the nveia je Ameri­
Jacksonville, Dec. 8, 1874.
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Jacksonville, Sept. 1,1874.
| gars always on band.
16tf. coruer kept for the purpose, and he , the left, follow the road to where it can office-hohler.
Attorneys and fonnsdors-at-Law,
County Judge,.......................... M. F. Baldwin
County Commissioners,...... { ^,^7
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