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BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
FROM EVANS CREEK.
CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
local brevities .
T hursday , March 11th.
E vans C reek , March 4,1875.
The following are the proceedings of
Quartz from the Cobb 'ledge, in
Circuit Court is running.
of the T imes :
FRIDAY.............................. MARCH 19, 1875.
Bring on your .horse bills.
A few item si from the quicksilver regions
of Trustees met this evening at the north
and south of Evans Creek will doubt
The Grand Jury is still in session.
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
usual hour, all the members present. less lie of interest to your readers, which I
Quartz is bei ng taken out from various
Officers present: Hon. P. P. Prim,
The town is quite lively this week.
Geo. P. Rowell <t Co....................... NT>w York. The meeting was called to order by propose to furnish as correctly and reliable Judge ; H. K. Hanna, District Attor ledges with the intention of erecting
L. Herling has a sewing machine for
S. M. Pettingill Co..................... New York. President Beekman.
at Ben Sachs’.
L. I*. Fisher,............................... San Francisco.
p to the present time, D. Hodges’ claim
The record of the previous meeting on I the
Thos. Boyce..,............................ San Francisco
Some excellent articles from “Ceree”
north side of Evans Creek is consid B. Kent, Deputy; E. D. Foudray,
Rowell »t Chesman............................ St. Louis was read and approved.
Klippel, Beekman & Johnson have will appear in our next.
Ihm. L. Green................... Josephine Countv.
A report was received from the nabar to bo the most flattering on that side
('has. Hughes.................................. Kerbyvifle
P. Donegan, Peter Simon and O. nine men at work on the Elizabeth
Correspondence from all parts of
Ben Haymond................................ Rock Point Committee on Firo Engine Fund, of Evans Creek. There arc none so needy
Coolidge were excused from serving
Southern Oregon solicited.
or more deserving of success than Mr.
The entertainment given by the
Hodges, as he has been prosecuting his
order was made requiring said com search with great energy, under adverse
State vs. Arch Chrisman; indict
Ashland amateurs was a success.
Several assayers and mining experts
M. E. CHVRcn.—Religious services every mittee to collect interest due upon the circumstances, gnd it is to be hoped that his ment for assault with a dangerous
W. C. Myer will take “White
Sunday, at the usual hours, by the Rever
labors will be amply rewarded.
ends J‘. R. N. Bell, J. S. McCain and M. A.
Prince” to Lane county this year.
this Coast, havo been and aro yet in
The Town Treasurer submitted his Turner, Caton Co. have suspended op warrant ordered issued.
J. H. Hyzer has sold out in Joso-
erations on their claim for the presont,
C athoijc C hurch .—Divine Services ev
owing to the inclemency of the weather,
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa
phine and returned to this county.
of the country.
the Finance Committee for examina though I was told they intend prosecuting for murder. Same as above.
A communication from Williams
Wilbur Beeson informs us that per
M. E. S unday S chool .—Regular meetings tion. A report was received from the i their work with vigor as soon as the weather
Creek, Josephine county, will appear
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
will permit. Their prospects are favorable.
sons from Los Angeles offered him next week.
C atholic S unday S chool . — Regular
Joel Dixon, Goff and others are also oper
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two and referred to the Road Committee.
State vs. W. B. Dearberry; indict
ating with encouraging prospects ahead.
DeRoboam and Cummins will ba
lately discovered by him, but he re
The following Mills were presented : There are hundreds ot other claims taken, ment for larceny. Continued.
sentenced by Judge Prim to-morrow,
fused to sell.
P. 0. REGISTER AND TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
P. Boschey, work on walks, etc., $16— hut as yet no physical work, so essential to
State vs. Chas. Wilson; indictment
Owing to the inclement weather no March 20th.
them, has been expended, and
Stages leave Jacksonville as follows :
ordered paid; Firo Warden’s bill, $20; developing
Salmon trout from Applegate and
perhaps never will.
new developments are reported from
For Rock Point, Grant’s Pass and Rose
The late discovery noar Benson’s, I be
burg, every day at 8 a. in. Mail closes at
I Galice Creek. Prospecting is progress mountain trout from Squaw Lake, have
7:30 p. m.
lug lire buckets, $¿0; II. Pape, Treas lieve, is a grand humbug.
For phcenlv, Ashland, Yreka and Red
ing, and everybody is anxious to re been making their appearance lately.
Cooling it Co., of California, are operating verdict of not guilty.
ding, California, every day at 10:30 a. in. urer’s fees, $13.75. Sachs Bros., can
Wednesday was St. Patrick’s Day,
tain bis claim in hopes of a big thing.
on the south side of Evans Creek, about
Mail closes at 10 a. m.
We were this week shown a very fine or the 17 th of Ireland. A ball was
For Applegate, Kerbyville, Waldo and
throe miles southwest of the Hodges’ claim.
Crescent City, every Monday and Thursday Com mittee.
Mr. Cooling professes to bo an expert in
piece of quartz from tho ledge of given at Veit’s Hall in honor thereof.
morning at 4 o’clock. Mail closes nt 8 p. ni.
Under the law passed by the last
the preceding evening.
Messrs. Noland, Nunan Company, in
rience in that business in California. He action to recover money. Continued
The mail for Central Point. Table Reek, Committee, reported progress.
which much free gold could be seen. Legislature, only $1,000 indebtedness
Eagle Point, Brownsborough and Nani’s
to know what he is doing, and evi
On motion of Mr. Judge, ordinance seems
Valley, leaves every Friday morning ;
A tunnel of about 50 feet has already can be deducted from a person’s assess
dently means business, judging from the
closes the preceding evening.
61 was read a second time.
Thos. Smith vs. J. C. Dyar et al; been run. The ledge, which is well ment.
The mail for Linkville, Hot Springs, Yai-
Mr. Bilger asked for the President’s turn from California he has constructed a action to recover money. Same as defined, was struck at the distance of
nax and I>ake City, leaVes Ashland every
Tho most remarkable weather, but
Monday morning. For T.inkville every Report, which was usual to be had at comfortable cabin on his claim, and has above.
45 feet. The company is actively en characteristic of March, has been pre
Monday and Thursday mornings.
brought some temporary machinery with
Money Order Office ojien from 9 a. m. to the end of the year. The I’resident
gaged developing it. This ledge is one vailing. One day sunshine, the next
him, which ho intends using in tho manu
5 p. m.
O ffice H ours —From 7 a. m. to 7 p.m.; informed the Board that his report was facture of his ore, as he has a snull vein Dyar and Wm. Taylor; action to re of the best yet discovered.
snowing, with considerable raining in-
Sundays, 30 minutes after arrival of stages. not ready, but would be made at the which he believes will pay expenses while cover money. Same as above.
Wm. Chapman, of Josephine county, spersed to keep up the medley, has
Mail matter must l»e in on time or it will
tracing it to the main deposit, which he
J. Elliott vs. D. C. Jones; action to who was in town Sunday, informs us been the programme.
M ax M uli . er , P. M.
thinks will be very’ rich when retched.
On motion, the Board adjourned M. A. Houston also has a flattering pros recover possession of real property. that a fine quartz ledge has been found
Wm. C. Cummings, a former resi
J osephine C ircuit C ourt .—The sine die.
pect on the south side of this creek, in my’ Demurrer to replication of plaintiff | on Applegate by Knox and others, dent of this place, has been meeting
Circuit Court for Josephine county
judgment about as good as any now in pro taken under advisement.
which has created much excitement in with much bad luck since he left here.
cess of development.
will convene on the fourth Monday in
James T. Glenn and Jacob Ish vs. that region. Some of the qaartz as He lost his wife at Coos Bay some
James Clark and others are operating in
T hursday E vening , March 11th.
April instead of the second Monday,
Samuel Bowden; action to recover sayed as high as $80 per ton. Mr. time ago, and within a short period
The new Board assembled, all the cinnabar in this vicinity, but I am unable to
as heretofore given by our official di
real property. Ordered that defend Chapman brought some more of the has lost one or two children in Santa
with what success.
members being present, to-wit : C. learn
rectory, which has been corrected.
Satterfield Co. have relocated their old ant’s answer to plaintiffs’ complaint be rock to town, which he sent to San Rosa, California.
C. Beekman, Solomon Sachs, Kaspar claim known as tho Quail Hill quartz ledge,
Francisco for assay.
A former resident of this county,
A dmitted to C itizenship .—Sam Kubli, Henry Judge and John Miller. which has been assayed and returns $28.50 more definite.
One of the richest quartz mines that
who has been on the wing, hunting
uel Cohn was this week admitted to The oath of office was administered to | in gold per ton—$14 in free gold and $14.50
| in sulphurets. This claim is also on the indictment for malicious injury to ani have been discovered in the county, for a better country, says that be is
citizenship, in the Circuit Court, upon each by the Recorder.
; north side of Evans Creek.
mal. Jury trial and defendant found is the one owned by Mr. Ives, of Ster willing to make Jackson county his
the testimony of Newman Fisher and
Mr. Beekman was chosen temporary There is quite an excitement prevailing
ling. We were shown some of the
future home. He has been all over
Simon Caro. Phillip Riley was also chairman, and called the meeting to here at present, caused by the exhibition of guilty.
rock, which abounds in free gold and
Oregon since he left here, and thinks
some very rich ore by one Martin, who lives
made a citizen this week, upon the order.
is some of the finest yet seen. Mr.
this the Eden of the State, as far as
testimony’ of Messrs. Hanna, Fehely
The Board then proceeded to a per ranch. Martin refuses to tell where lie found
Ives has been crushing rock from this climato and stock range is concerned.
manent organization by’ the election of this ore, consequently quite a commotion ex
ledge for some time by means of an “So mote it be.”
ant to file amended answer.
A G ood O pportunity . — Circuit
State vs. J. J. Cummins; indictment arastra of very poor power and has at
like so many Mississippi blood-hounds on
various periods gotten a few hundred
I nterest R efused . —State Treas
Court is now in session and many’ per
the track of a negro. Prof. Morris, who is a for larceny. Defendant plead guilty dollars from his work. There is no
urer Brown refuses to pay interest on Mo
sons from all parts of the county are in ers, and upon the second ballot, Mr. sojourner in our midst, pronounces the ore to indictment.
War bonds under the late Supreme
attendance. This is a first-class oppor Beckman receiving a majority of the very rich. He has located his assaying office
decision which holds that he is not
tunity to settle what you owe the votes, was declared duly elected Pres in Woodville, on the east side ot Sam’s Val for larceny. Jury trial and defendant machinery.
compelled to pay warrants unless there is
ley, for tho benefit of those wishing their
an appropriation made therefor.
printer, and we request all those in ident of the Board of Trustees for the ores tested. Mr. Morris assays ores on the found not guilty.
debted to the T ime « office to come for ensuing year.
condition that those who employ him give
IMPORTANT.—Endorsed by the Medi
P ersonal .—Hon. Henry Klippel,
him an interest in their ledges tor his ser
ward and square your accounts.
F ort K lamath , March 9th.
cal profession. I> r . W m . H all ’ s B alaam
pointment of committees two persons vices, which is generous, considering tho who has been to Salem on business,
We have a Good Templars Lodge for the L ungs cures Coughs, Colds and
F rom C oos B ay .—Our old friend only be made to constitute any of the scarcity of money.
Consumption, and all diseases of the Throat
here, with about 60 members.
and Chest. D r . T ownsley ’ s T oothach «
A. P. Oweh, lately of this place, is committees; carried.
Judge Reed, of Portland, has been
We have very pleasant weather and A nodyne cures in one M inute .
generally behind hand with their crops,
clerking in the Empire City Drug
The following Standing Committees though they prosecuted their farm work sojourning in town for the past few the snow is disappearing rapidly.
Store and Post Office. By’ a letter late were appointed : Finance Committee, with vigor (luring the past pleasant weather. days.
Dr. McElderry still pursues his fa
ly received from him we learn times Messrs. Sachs and Kubli ; Committee The lato rains, however, havo brought that
—At the residence of Martin F.
We regret to learn that Sheriff Man vorite sport of duck shooting on Gar FOSTER
Butte Creek, March 2d, of typhoid
are good there and that he is pleased on Public Improvements and Ceme
fever, Win. H. Foster, aged about 25 years.
Sam’s Valley Grange runs smoothly, al ning is confined to his bed with a se rison creek, much to the disgust of the
with the country. He has placed us tery, Messrs. Judge and Miller ; Com though the last meeting was a spirited one. vere attack of rheumatism. His many
under obligations for substantial favors. mittee on Fire Engine Fund, Messrs.
C itizen .
friends hope for his speedy recovery.
Major Jackson returned a few days
May’ his shadow never grow less.
Sachs and Kubli ; Road Committee,
Judge Willis, of the Roseburg Land ago from San Fraucisco, where he has SHOULD NOT FAIL TO CALL SOON ON
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Office, was in town this week progvin been on business and visiting his
I n O ffice .—The new town officers
A shland , March 14th.
up homesteads. He returned home friends. He looks hale and hearty.
have taken their various offices and Committee, Messrs. Judge and Miller;
Prof. J. D. Fountain reports prog yesterday.
Jay Beach is still engaged breaking And examine his Full and Elegant Stock of
the wheels of the city government run Fire Wardens, II. Judge and Marshal
ress in the District School, though his
as glibly as ever. Marshal McDaniel’s McDaniel.
Capt. James Barnes and Mr. McDan horses. He has a couple of colts which,
first official act was to arrest a man
iel arrived from Goose Lake this week.
Hon. J. W. Nesmith, our efficient any in this county forspeed and beauty. TOBACCO, PIPES AND CIGARS,
named Doherty last Monday for dis
The festive amateur minstrels per
turbance of the peace and assault with Peter Boschey’ was appointed Poind is making his relatives and friends Congressman, passed through town
a dangerous weapon, for which latter
yesterday on his way home.
Candiet and Nutt of Every Description,
offence he has been indicted by the
Col. J. N. T. Miller has been indis freshing treat in this lonesome country
year of the Ashland Academy has just posed for the past few days, but we to witness the performances, which are
and approved :
U. S. Hayden, Recorder; kind of closed. Many students are returning
TOYS, YANKEE NOTIONS, ETC., ETC.
T. A. D avis A Co.— Attention is $500 ; N. Langell and Wm. Hoffman, home, most of whom anticipate return are pleased to' say that he is past
called to the advertisement of this well sureties.
ing in the fall.
Wm. Bilger arrived from Galice usual. The woman suffrage question
verything sold at reasona -
known Portland firm. They keep con
Silas J. Day, Street Commissioner ;
Our youths with base-ball proneness Creek this week.
seems to be in contemplation there, as
ble rates. Give me a call and judge for
stantly on hand a full and first-class bond of $1,000 ; P. Boschey and A. seem to have lost their pristine energy.
George and Calvin Witherill, of Yre some of the ladies have been proving
stock of drugs, medicines, etc., and Fisher, sureties.
Croquet is now the hilarious recreation. ka, were in town last week, bound for their devotion to the cause by donning
James P. McDaniel, Marshal; bond
those desiring anything in their line
GEO. W. FREY,
Our local poet effuses thusly :
male costume on the streets in the
Galice Creek. -
can do as well with them, if not better,
(Successor to Caton <f J¥ey,)
“I heard it crack,” '
And “I wen that,”
than they can do in San Francisco.
P roposals for T ransportation .
Captain Fields, of this place, had his New Boot and Shoe Store.
Henry Pape, Treasurer; bond of
Aro heard now every day.
“Keep your money at home,” is a very $1,000
; Jos. Wetterer and John Orth,
leg broken Monday last, while mak
And “shoot now pard,”
good motto, and they should be given sureties. Rejected as defective and
ing some repairs on a roof of one of the
Aro phrases in croquet.
new bonds required.
The Angel of Death has again de Quartermaster of the Columbia, in buildings. He accidentally slipped off
The Board adjourned to March 18th. scended to this community and borne Portland, and at the office of Chief and fell about twelve feet, breaking
aving permanently located
D istrict S chool . — The second
in Jacksonville, I respectfully inform
Quartermaster, Military Division of
the public that T am prepared to do all
quarter of the District School closed on
C arbolic S heep D ip .—Our sheep away, to conciliate the favor of the De the Pupifip, in Ran Francisco, Cal., un his leg above the ankle. Dr. McEl
of work in the boot and shoe-making
derry set it in his usual skillful manner, kinds
Friday, March Sth. The following is raisers have long stood in need of an ity, a generous mother, a devoted wife
line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
and he is now as well as can be expect 29tf.
G. W. FREY.
the report of the preceptor, W. J. effectual and cheap remedy for the and an estimable friend from a heart
ing U. S. Military stores, supplies and ed. His services will be missed, es
Stanley: Number of scholars enrolled diseases sheep are heir to. Many of
mails, during the fiscal year, com
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
during the term, 70 ; average attend these animals annually die of scab, children, and a. mourning community, mencing July 1, 1875, and ending June pecially on the new buildings, which
have been progressing finely under his
ance, S3. Scholars receiving certifi screw-worm and other kindred causes. who fully sympathize with tho rela 30, 1876, over the following routes :
he quarterly examination op
applicants for Teachers’ Certificates for
O bserver .
cates of excellence : Emma Brown, The Carbolic Sheep Dip not only cures
Jackson county, Oregon, will be held in
Emma Armstrong, Fannie Dowell, these ailings, but is also death to ticks, ble loss. Mrs. Walker, companion for or less, from terminus O. and C. R. R.
M an D isappeared .—A man named
Sarah Cardwell, Allie Klippel and lice and other parasites that infest
I (California branch) to Fort Klamath, Mahon, who has had a band of sheep
Saturday, Marek 27, 1875.
Annie Dowell. The school resumed sheep. Our sheep raisers can procure Walker, departed the 10th inst. this Oregon.
Those desiring Certificates will take due
R oute No 7.—200,000 lbs., more or »up on Rogue River for some time, has notice thereof and govern themselves ac
again last Monday under its former this remedy, in quantities to suit, of T. field of labor. The loving heart is
H. C. FLExXilNG.
less, from Roseburg, Oregon, to Fort lately been missed by his neighbors. cordingly.
principal, after a week’s vacation.
County School Superintendent.
A. Davis «fc Co., wholesale druggists, stilled in death, her spirit is walking Klamath, Oregon.
A short time since some persons, sup
the golden streets of the eternal city,
T eachers ’ I nstitute .—State Su-
R oute N o . 9.—Transporting mili posed to be from the Umpqua, gath
while sorrowing relatives and weeping
mail between Lirtkville, Oregon, ered his sheep and drove them off,
perintendent Rowland has appointed
A rmy S upplies . —Sealed proposals friends are bending low in that deepest and Fort Klamath, Oregon—semi
Messrs. H. C. Fleming and W. R.
claiming that they had purchased
he undersigned is prepared
in triplicate will be received at the woe which is only manifest when one of weekly.
to make preliminary survey of Mining
Jones, 8chool Superintendents of Jack-
Claims in conformity to the new law or
For further particulars apply to any them. Mahon was a single man, and
office of Commissary of Subsistence, Earth’s best mothers has been called
son and Lake counties, respectively,
perhaps may have left that section un Congress. All lode claims held under «aid
Portland, and at the office of the Act from this life of mortal breath to the of the above named officers.
are required to be surveyed and the
and another educator, to be chosen by
observed. The whole matter, how law
P ilot R ock .
ing Commissary of Subsistence of land supernal.”
JAMES S. HOWARD, Surveyor.
“P eniger ’ s M ike .” — This well ever, is a mystery, and his neighbors
them, a committee to prepare a pro
Fort Klamath, until 12 M., Monday,
Office at Jacksonville, Oregon.
gramme and make regulations for a
rand J ury .—The following are known “Vermont’’ stallion will make are considerably excited over it
April 27, 1875, for the delivery at that
the season at the stable of James A.
Teachers’ Institute to be held in Jack
SETTLE UP I
post of 80 barrels of prime mess pork the Grand Jurors for the March term Cardwell, near this place. »‘Mike” is
“To the P rettiest G irl in J ack
sonville on the second Monday in June. and 2,000 pounds of extra clear bacon. of Court: Henry Norton, John A.
he firm of caton a frey hav -
Mr. Fleming is the Chairman of the
Boyer, Martin F. Hurst, Wm. H. by old “Vermont,” and is the sire of sonville .”—A postal card addressed
ing been dissolved, all those indebted
said firm are requested to come forward
Committee. An Institute is not only
L ecture . —Mrs. S. C. Smith will
the same immediately. A word
of great benefit to the teachers, but to deliver a lecture on “Temperance” Childers, H. C. Doilarhide. Lyman other fast trotters, some of whom have in care of Postmaster Muller, who re to the wise is sufficient.
the entire population, and we trust it at the Court House next Monday eve Chappel is Foreman and John A. been sold at large prices. Read adver quests us to state that the same will
GEO. W. FRET.
come forward and claim her property.
ning. Admittance free.
Jacksonville, March 8,1876.«
will prove an eminent success.
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