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preliminary examination before Judge SCHOOL SUPERI.VT EX DENT'S BEFORT
A preparation so widely and favorably
as Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair
Shortly after the suspicion became
needs few words of pnrise from
very strong that something wrong had Attorney, and local counsel appeared
b*s won its way to the
Recording claims still progresses.
Superintendent, submits the following
APRIL 2, 1S75.
occurred to Daniel McMahon, the for the State, and J. Finley Watson annual report of school matters in this
highest favor in the public mind; and mul
It is raining quite lively as we go to titudes, who have vainly used other reme
sheep-raiser, a warrant was sworn out and James F. Gazley, of Douglas, con
ABENTS FOR TNE TIME!.
dies for the restoration of their hair» have»
ducted the defense. The Court House county to Hon. L. L. Rowland, School press.
Geo. P. Rowell A Co........................ New York
on trying the Sicilian Renewer, been made
d JX!1"*111 A Co....................... New Yorki rest of Chester P. Barden and Wm. was perfectly crowded
glad by the speedy restoration of their grty
J acksonville , March 20,1875.
' *'*'*her,..................................San Francisco. Carey, of Douglas county, charging listeners, a large number being from
hair to its natural color, and the thin locks
7b Hon. I.. L. Rowlan , Superintendent of
Tbos. Boyce................................... San Francisco
up, as in the days of early youth.
Public Instruction :■ ■S
~ ir ; I have the honor
Rowell A Chesman............................... St. Louis them with the larceny of McMahon’s
the hair falling out, make*
J/.1”' *<•..................... Josephine Conntv. sheep, which amounted to something Ryan and one or two others testified. to submit the following as the annual report
f has. IIughes................................... Kerbvville
for this county :
The April term of the County Court it soft and glossy, and is altogether the best
Ben Haymond................................... Rock Point over 1,000 head. It was well known The charge of larceny against Schu
preparation for its intended purposes before
will commence next week.
that they had driven the sheep off, as maker, who assisted in driving the
the public.— Pittsburg Chronicle.
Rich cinnabar discoveries are re-
they seemed to have no scruples in sheep, was dismissed on motion of the
IMPORTANT.—Endorsed by the Medi
ported from Wagner Creek.
M. E. C hvrch .—Religious services every concealing tho act, and even hired prosecution, no evidence of complicity
profession. D r . W m . H all ’ s B alaam
All Fools’ Day yesterday. Several cal
Sunday, at the usual hours, bv the Rever men from this county to assist them in appearing. Barden was held to answer
for the L ungs cures Coughs, Colds and
ends J. R. N. Bell, J. S. McCain and M. A.
laughable incidents transpired.
Consumption, and all diseases of tho Throat
getting the hand to Douglas county. the charge of murder, but no charge
Chest. D r . T ownslet ’ b T oothackm
C atholic C hvrch .—Divine Services ev McMahon owed Ryan a considerable of this nature was then preferred
1 168 167 189 356 50 $746.66 $3000 290 $1526 80
nodyne cures in one M inute .
solved. See notice elsewhere.
2 46 73
ery Sundav, at the usual hour, bv Rev. Fa
119 31 256.66 2000
sum of money, and the latter suspected against Carey. They were both ar 3 37 31 46
30 61 22 135.33 400
A communication from Wagner
4 38 38 42 80 > « » lfHÏ.OO
M. E. S unday .S chool .—Regular meetings something wrong about the sheep, as raigned on charge of larceny, and each
5 140 104 115 219 41 450.33 750 5 669 60 Creek is crowded out of this issue.
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
D e ROBOAM-SCHMIEDLING—At the rus-
22 31 53 32 151.66 500
1 390 00
dence of the bride’s parent«, on March
C atholic S unday S chool . — Regular
< b| 61 64 125 19 238.00 500 40
Barden is said to claim that he pur 8 4 20
28th, by Judge Watson, Emil DeRoboam
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two them and left the country. Deputy
30 56 22 121.33 300
200 00 manufacturing another kiln of brick.
to Rosa Schmiedling—all of thia county.
Sheriff Kent accordingly left for Doug chased the sheep, and that he could 9 39 32 34 66 17 154.50 300 5 246 00
[Compliments received. We wish the
10 19 29 22 51 ...
R. 0. RESISTER AND TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
las county, and a few days after ar show receipts for the same, signed by 11 24 27 25 52 11 ¡19.00 50
couple a long and pleasant life oi
Carey case arrived from Douglas last
12 34 46 47 93 45 226.33 1200 180 360 00
Staees leave Jacksonville as follow»?:
14 32 27 26 53 29 116.62 300
For Rock Point, Grant’s Pass and Rose South Umpqua, and Carey on Elk these receipts are pronounced as forged 15 13 20 10
24 16 91.00 320 50 166 00
Read what Wm. Bilger has to say
burg. every day at 8 a. m. Mail closes at
16 23 35 36 71 41 172.60 350 13
7:30 p. m.
! Creek, and returned to this place with and not in McMahon’s writing.
17 31 36 22 58 40 102.66
He HUNTERS’ EMPORIUM!
218 60 among the new advertisements.
For Phoenix, Ashland, Yreka and Reel them. The former was placed in the
Barden and Carey were both the ob 18 44 45 45 90 42 196.00 50
18(5 50 means business.
dinar, California, every day at 10:30 a. m.
19 33 22 23 45 20 130.(56 400
Mail closes at 10 a. m.
Jail and the latter in the station-house, jects of much curiosity, everybody 20 30 M 37 96 37 205.33 2(M>
Pat. Dunn has been appointed ad HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE.
For Applegate, Kerbvville, Waldo and
21 31 25 28 53 31 107.33
Crescent City, every Monday and Thursday and both were closely guarded.
of the estate of John Mc
22 32 45 31
28 156.33 300
morning at 4 o’clock. Mail closes at 8 p. ni.
Shortly after their arrival here, former is a man of respectable appear 23 30 22 21 76
43 161 121.33
160 00 Pherson, deceased.
the preceding evening.
21 14 19 30 49 22 128.33 600
The mail for Central Point, Table Rock,
Superintendent Fleming examined
25 15 12 10 22 15 59.66 900
Raffle Point, Brownsborough and Sam’s confession to Deputy Kent, charging about medium size, of stout build, and 26 21 20 13
some applicants for teachers’ certifi
Valley, leaves every Friday morning ;
28 19 20 39 23 81.66 100
Barden with having killed McMahon, has the appearance of being a shrewd 27
closes the preceding evening. ’
28 12 15 8 23 17 49.00
KM) 00 cates last Saturday.
The mail for Linkville, Hot Sprincrs, Yai-
29 19 27 17 44 21 19(5.24
nax and Lake City, leaves Ashland every
Some of our merchants are making
30 10 6 5 11 3 49.00
Monday morning. For Linkville every be found. Acting on this, Mr. Kent, man, not 30 years of age, slender build,
122 355 preparations for laying in a large stock
Monday and Thursday mornings.
75 00 of goods this season.
Money Order Office open from 9 a. m. to reinforced by II. K. Hanna, Esq., Dr. and formerly worked for ’Squire Ber 32 27 19 15 29 19 72.33
5 p. m.
Callender and others, left for the scene ry. Jacob Wimer and other citizens of 341 19 14 15 29 19 74.25 1 .......
Somebody, without the fear of the California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
, O ffice H ours —From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m.;
Sundays, 30 minutes after arrival of staces.
1 17 1 19 36 |13 105.00 150 «•• • •
205 00 devil before his eyes, shot R. V. Beall’s
Mail matter must be in on time or it will night on the ground and within a short of being thoroughly frightened, while 361 21
lways on hand the best stock
18 ! 22 40 !... 105.00 500 37
135 00 watch dog the other night.
M ax M uller , P. M.
of Patent and Home-made Rifle and
distance from where the body Lay con in Court. Those who pretend to know Total voters, 1,242; male pupils,’1,229 ;
Shot Guns, single and double; Revolvers
The chimney of Wm. Blechert’s
of the latest patents ; Pocket Pistols, neat,
F or S alem .—H. L. Webb and J. cealed. The next day McMahon was him say he is of a simple nature.
female pupils, 1,176. Total number of pu house burned out one morning this
small and powerful; Derringers, the latest
Great credit is due the authorities, pils, 2,405.
best; also, the best Powder and Pow
B. Coates left for Salem last Friday, found in a gulch, about a mile from
week, which created some excitement. and
der Flasks ; Hunting and pocket knifes of
A tax of $106 was levied in district No. 12.
having in charge Wm. Dougherty and
A heavy rain fell Saturday evening the best brands; all sorts of Shot and
District No. 10 is a new district. The fol
J. J. Cummins, who will make brick i etc. Much excitement was prevailing for their eminently successful efforts lowing are the incidental expenses of the and also on Sunday, which had the Pouches; Caps, Wads and everything in
the Sportsman’s line.
at Hotel de Watkinds for six months over the supposed murder, and a large in tracking up this affair. The plans various districts : No. 1, $199 ; No. 2, $5.25; effect of raising the streams consider He will also keep a full line of SHELF
HARDWARE, Nalls and Rope of all kind* -
number of persons from various parts were certainly well laid and as well No. 4, $20 ; No. 5, $38.35 ; No. 7, $2 ; No. 8,
and one year respectively.
and sizes, Carpenters’ and Wagon-Makers,
of the county were present. An in
a complete assortment of Table and
P. J. Ryan has been appointed ad Tools,
1 No. 22, $3.50 ; No. 24, 50 cents ; No. 28, $12;
L ectures .—Mrs. Mattie Gaylord de quest was held there by Dr. Inlow,
Pocket Cutlery, together with a füll supply
LAKE COUNTY ITEMS.
No. 30, $1 ; No. 31, 50 cents ; No. 32, $1.50 ; ministrator of the estate of Daniel Mc of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc.
livered two lectures at the Court House Coroner, and the following is his
The above goods are all of the best qual
No. 35, $1.50.
Mahon, deceased. See notice else- ity, and will be sold
L inkville , March 28th.
last week, both of which were well at report:
The above figures are taken from the re
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
ports made by the district clerks.
tended. Singing, etc., also was had
STATE OF OREGON, ) as.
New guns made to order, and repairing
County of Jackson, j
Stock oF all kinds in good living
each evening, and those who witnessed
promptly done and in good style. All or
I ty attending no school whatever is 853.
the entertainment pronounce it good.
ders filled with dispatch.
The condition of the school houses of each
ty and State, do hereby certify that I
They left for Roseburg on Sunday.
district can be judged from their value, there
did on the 25th day of March, 1875,
being one house in each district except No. and everybody seemed to enjoy them
hold an inquisition upon the body of generally encouraging.
H eavily I roned .—Barden has Daniel McMahon, found dead in Lit
Lake County Court convenes next 7, which has two.
There are three private schools, one in
Wm. Bilger will hold a public auc
been heavily ironed since his exami tle Butte Creek precinct, in tho county Monday. No business of much import
District No. 5—an academy, having four
tion at his residence on Fourth street
nation. The shackles are securely and State aforesaid.
ance on docket.
*rs employed ; two in DistricANo. 1
The following named persons were
riveted on, and there is but little
by tho Catholic sisters, and to-day. Ilis household and kitchen
The grass is starting a little, but —one conducted
furniture, etc., will be sold without
danger of getting free of them, even I A. II. Boothby, J. M. Black, Haskell looks as though it was ready to go the other a primary school.
Vermont Stallion “MIKE."
The wages of teachers are $33‘£ to $75 per reserve.
if he should so desire. Carey is also Amj’, Eber Emery, Peter Simon and back at any time.
month. The annual salary of the County
The new Jail will contain 4,000
now confined In the Jail and securely M. Hanley.
D. Gordon’s new saw-mill on Klam School Superintendent is $500.
HE CELEBRATED VERMONT STAL-
Doctor Matthias was called to make a ath River, near Whittle’s ferry, will Tho districts report the adopted series of pounds of iron spikes., For strength,
ironed, though not as heavily as Bar
lion, Peniger’s Mike, now owned by
post-mortem examination of the body be in running condition by the first of text books in use, but the universal cry is neatness and usefulness, but few insti
Cardw JI A Caton, will stand at the stables
of said McMahon, deceased, and on
i against the Pacific Coast Readers and Spell- tutions on the Coast can excel it when of James A. Cardwell, near Jacksonville.
Mike is 10 years old, was sired by old
j ers. It is the general opinion of the public completed.
E lection of O fficers .—At a reg
Vermont, and is himself the sire of many
that fraud was used by -the publishers in
fine trotting horses who have shown extra
ular meeting of the Independent Lit set in to a considerable extent, that
Easter Sunday transpired on the ordinary
the death must have been caused by More grain will be sown than usual in , order to secure their adoption.
speed, among which are Taylor’s
erary Society, held Friday, March the destruction of the right side of the
Benedict, Barney Flanders, McDonough**
this section, oats being the principal
Dick, Kahler’s Selim, Plymale A McDon
2Gth, the following officers were elected head, including also the lower jaw,
! that more money is the most urgent need at the Catholic Church. The children ough’s Tampson, Cardwell’s Billy, McDon
| of our public schools in this county. Let were in ecstasies over a large supply of ough’s Nelly.
for the ensuing term
Chas. Nickell, that said destruction was caused by a
Pasturage for mares from a distance fur
the next Legislature raise the school funds
President; Miss Mary Berry, Vice pistol or gun shot, as evidenced upon
free of charge.
by Fort Klamath Lodge, will give a in some way so that there will be a sufficient
President; Chas. J. Howard, Secretary; the hat and that portion of the person
grand entertainment at Linkville on amount of money to conduct the public brated with the usual energy.
CARDWELL A CATON, Propr’«.
Miss Eliza Langell, Treasurer; Robt.
An interesting and w’ell-written ar J. A. C ardwell , Groom.
The verdict of the jury is as follows: the 7th of April. The Temperance schools for at least six months each year.
P. S.—We are prepared to famish pastur
Let there be a heavier penalty placed on ticle from the pen of our fellow towns
Kahler, Librarian; Frank Kasshafer, We, the jury having been duly sworn
and are making a full season with th*
cause is marching onward.
school officers in order to compel them to
according to law, and having made in
In consequence of a great number of do their duty.
quisition upon the body of Daniel Mc
A ncient C oins .—E. Jacobs last Mahon, deceased, find that he was a trees falling, the road across the Cas On my visit to the schools last Fall, I last Overland Monthly. A gentleman,
found those in session in tolerable good familiarly known hereabouts and else
week show’ed us a couple of ancient native of Ireland, aged about 38 or 40 cades is almost impassable. The su condition ; yet there seemed to be in some
where as “Beek,” figures extensively SHOULD NOT FAIL TO CALL SOON ON
coins, belonging to J. D. Cook, a mer years, that he came to his death on the pervisors of that road, if there are any, , a lack of that earnest co-operation of parents in the story, which is worth reading.
20th day of February, A. D. 1875, in
chant of San Francisco. One W’as a this county, by pistol shot wounds. are sadly neglecting their duty, and with teachers, which is absolutely necessa
Jewish coin called the “Machses Schek- And we further find Chester Barden will probably be officially reminded of ry in order to the success of any school.
P ersonal .—K. Kubli arrived from
! Tho bouses are dften very poor and in bad
el,” which is over 5,000 years old; the (aided and assisted by William Carey) the same.
condition ; and a wonderful lack of maps, Salem this week.
The following occurred in Linkville charts, etc., is easily observed. We have
other a piece of the Roman Empire, to be the person by whose act the death
Judge Reed has returned to Port
TOBACCO, PIPES AND CIGARS,
and dated 1513. They were of an of the said Daniel McMahon was oc recently, between two individuals of some very good houses, and some of our land.
casioned ; that the same was done by the Teutonic persuasion: “MineGott!” schools, I think, will compare favorably
ancient and unique appearance, and shooting him with a pistol and was
C. W. Beckworth, father-in-law of
with those of the same grade in any part of
are scarce in this country.
done in the commission of a robbery—
Candies and Nuts of Every Description,
and we deem the same to be murder has killed !” “Geeses, did you say ?”
You will notice in tho table that Districts business with latter. He secured a
H igh W ater .—Stages have been in the first degree.
remarked John, “why them’s gooses, No. 13, 37,38, are not reported. They are deed of Barden’s land, a power of at
arriving very irregularly during the
the districts cut off from this county to torney from him, besides transacting
“Signed by all the jurors.”
you ignorant Dutchman.”
TOYS, YANKEE NOTIONS, ETC., ETC.
I further certify that the only ar corrected, and John stepped loftily Lake county by our last Legislature.
past week, owing to the highness of
other business with the prisoner.
the water both in California and Ore ticle found upon the person of the de away.
Mr. McMahon, brother of the mur
II. C. FLEMING,
verything bold at reasona -
gon. This has especially been the case ceased was one pocket knife, which I
County School Superintendent. dered man, arrived from Nevada this
During the recent heavy wind-
have deposited with the County Clerk
ble rates. Give me a call and judge for
north of us, where Cow Creek and the of the county aforesaid. All other per storm, Link River was blown almost
L odge I nstallation .—Rev. J. S. week.
sloughs thereabouts have prevented I sonal property of the deceased has been dry ; whereupon some Linkvilleites
A. P. Armstrong, who has been at
McCain on March 9th installed a lodge
the stages from connecting. The taken in charge by P. J. Ryan, who
tending the Salem University for sev
thought it a good opportunity to prac
weather having moderated, however, has been appointed Administrator of tically illustrate the children of Israel of Good Templars, called Pleasant eral months past, has returned home.
estate of the deceased. And the
Grove Lodge. The following officers
we may expect our mails more reg the
Henry Fuller, County Commissioner BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE.
body of decedent was taken in charge crossing the Red Sea ; but having lit were elected for the ensuing term :
by the Administrator as aforesaid and tle faith, and as there was no enemy
of Lake, is in town.
by him buried in the cemetery at Jack behind them, the thing was a failure. II. F. Phillips, W. C. T.; Mary Walk
Hon. J. F. Gazley, of Douglas, ar
C ircuit C ourt P roceedings .— The sonville, county and State aforesaid.
er, W. V. T. ; E. Alice Gray, W. a ;
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD HERE-
by inform the public that he ha* ONE
following are the proceedings of the
Given under my hand this 29th day A few Modocs at the right time, and Laura----- , W. F. S. ; J. W. Dollar- rived in town last w’eek.
BUSHELS of superior Jackson
Sol. Sachs left for San Francisco yes Creek Lime for sale
at tho right end, would have made a hide, W. M. ; Chas. Low, W. T. ; A.
Circuit Court since our last report:
of March, A. D. 1875.
cheap. Persons wish
H. T. INLOW,
grand success of the affair.
done in the
Parthena J. Rowland vs. D. B. Row
L. Fitzgerald, W. C. ; J. P. True, P.
best style and at reasonable rates will do
land ; suit for divorce. Referred to
W. C. T.; Oscar Phillips, I. G. ; Wal goods for Sachs Bros.’ “Temple of well to call on me. For further information
inquire at the Franco-American Hoto» —
the Clerk to take testimony.
H orses S tolen .—Samuel Colver ter Phillips, O. G. ; 8. J. Dollarhide, Fashion.”
White <fc Martin va. J. P. Parker ; taken to Jacksonville, and placed in informs us that he learns that he, W. R. S. ; Josie Plymale, W. L. S. ;
R ain G auge .—Peter Britt has a rain Jacksonville, Feb. 11, IS*."
action to recover money. Judgment the Town*Hall, where those desiring among others, a short time ago has W. H. Allison, W. A. S. The lodge gauge now in operation on his premi
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
for plaint ¡fife for want of answer for to see it could dp so. A large crowd lost some head of horses in Lake coun starts with 28 charter members. The ses, and we expect reports from it now
visited the remains, among which
9333.52 and costs.
ty by being stolen. Col. J. N. T. Miller, thanks of the lodge arc due Mr. Hoxie, and then. He informs us that seven
otice is hereby given to all
persons indebted to the undersigned
Samuel Bowden vs. James T. Glenn were some ladies. It was indeed a of this place, is also reported as one of of Eden Lodge, and Mr. Terwillegar, inches of rain has fallen during the
that I have placed my account* In th*
and Jacob Ish; salt for injunction.
the losers. An organized band of of Ashland Lodge, for assistance in or last three months, and that the ther hands of J. H. Stinson, Justice of the Paaca,
head was gone, the firearm used be
for collection. Those interested will take
horse thieves seems to infest that sec ganizing.
mometer at the coldest stage of weath notice, as business is meant.
ing doubtless in close proximity to it
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tion, as animals, on various other occa
er stood 9 degrees above zero.
H orses F ob C alifornia .—E. F. when fired off, and one of his hands
T heatrical .—A friend has handed
Jacksonville, Dec. 8, 1874.
sions, have been missed and never re
Walker and H. F. Phillips will next was badly eaten as if by some animal.
us the following from the Woodland
T hanks .—The manager of Gray’s
covered. These depredations have be
week start to California with a small The body was considerably decom
(Cal.) Democrat, in relation to the Music Store, Portland, the leading es
come so frequent that the people, who
HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
band of horses. They took a large posed, but well preserved after laying
well-known McGinley Troupe, which tablishment of the kind in the State,
sale his elegant, silver-plated Grover
suspected little wrong at first, are bo-
number there last Fall, and succeeded under ground for over a month. It
performed here last Summer. They has our thanks for several pieces of the
and Baker sewing machine, but little used.
coming aroused, and the thieves will
Price reasonable. For terms apply *t the
may visit us again ere long:
in disposing of them at good figures, was the next day placed in a neat suffer detection ere long.
store of Ben Sachs, where the machine may
be seen, or to
The well known McGinley Troupe—
considering that they paid large prices casket, and poor McMahon was at least
L eg F ractured .—August Bohn, Mr. and Mrs. McGinley, three accom
for them here. We have a surplus of given a decent, Christian burial. Sev
from Ashland this week, but as yet we
All Kinds of Job Printing
good horses In this section, and can eral persons were present at the ser while at work on Gall’s Creek, had a plished daughters and a 3on—-are now
performing at Washington Hall, and have not had an opportunity to judge
readily spare some of them. These vices at the cemetery, where ’Squire leg fractured by some dirt falling on will continue at least this and to-mor
NEATLY A CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
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gentlemen will on their return bring Hoffman rendered appropriate exer him. He was brought to town, and is row evenings. It is a good troupe and
Jos. R app has our thanks for *a
now under the medical attendance of they receive liberal patronage wher
along some carriages purchased on cises.
ever they go.
bountiful supply of delicious apples.
The next day the prisoners had a Dr. Belt,
The Time« Office.
THE Ml'BDEB OF DAMIEL McMAIION.
A m ount paid to
each ers ..............
V alue o f school
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T otal .....................
V oters .................
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NOTICE TO STOCK-RAISERS !
their last trip.