The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, April 16, 1875, Image 3

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    Or ^rmarratic Simes.
LOCAL BBEVIT1ES.
MINING NEWS.
lake county items .
The Moraliit« of Jacksonville.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Lifte la Sweat.
Persons bound for the mines are con­
Read the new advertisements.
L inkville , April 11, 1875.
I have never believed in fighting through
stantly arriving.
the public press, but the cowardly and vil­
The blood is the life of tbe human system.
County Court is slowly grinding.
FRIDAY
APRIL 18,1875.
Eggs plenty at one bit a dozen.
Keep it pure and all is well; tor this pur­
lainous attack made upon the PublicSchool
The cinnabar furore has almost su­ by a small party of smaller men compels
Beautiful weather, which is duly ap­ pose no standard medicine has had so uni­
A correspondent of the Portland Bul­
form and amazing success as Dr. HenLry'g
B oard of T rustees .—A regular
perseded prospecting for quartz, and me to speak.
preciated.
letin is in town.
Celebrated I. X. L. Bitter*. This is a pura
meeting of the Board of Trustees will
stimulant,
medicated with the finest tonics»
It
is
not
my
intention,
at
this
time,
to
several
first-class
discoveries
are
re
­
The people hereabouts are catching and alteratives
Peter Britt yesterday took Barden’s
which the vegetable kingdom
refer
extensively
to
the
past
acts
of
any
of
be held next Tuesday evening, April
ported.
wagon
loads
of
splendid
trout
in
We
­
aflbrds
;
and
is
the only preparation at pres­
picture at the County Jail.
those who would cast a stigma upon me,
20th.
ent
known
which
thoroughly meets the
James Mann this week recorded a and the directors of this District. No ; “He tass Creek.
The road over the Siskiyous is said
emergency. The effect of thia popular re­
claim of 1,500 feet on a cinnabar lode who would steal your purse would steal
is continuous. Eaoh dose taken
R esuscitating . — We learn that to be simply terrible.
Geo. Conn, Receiver of the Linkville storative
invigorates the vital energies and the brain,
trash,
and
he
who
would
rob
you
of
your
on Big Butte creek, which he says is
some of our prominent citizens joined
Land Office, has returned from a pro­ and its prolonged use will unquestionably
Spelling schools are raging every­
good name would take that—which you
any case of debility, or mental torpid­
the Temperance Lodge in Jacksonville where. Can’t Jacksonville have one very rich.
tracted visit to the Willamette. We cure
never had.”
ity that does not arise from organic causes
last Wednesday, and that the Order too?
M. Caton, who has just returned
In your preamble, you refer to the con­ were somewhat surprised to see George beyond the reach of medicine. It is in the
strictest sense of tbe word, an invigorating
shows favorable signs of renewed vigor
from the cinnabar district on Evans dition of tho school. Not one of you has return without her, but “sich is life.”
and regulating cordial. If the nerves are
The interest due on all school moneys
and relaxed, it braces them ; it
and energy again.
Creek, reports matters progressing ever showed his face in the school; much
A “Heathen Chinee” was asked in tremulous
owing to the State must be paid with­
less have you been patrons; and, as you
the liver is torpid it promotes activity in that
finely there. Considerable work is have spoken, let the truth be told I
regard to the matrimonial prospects of organ; the appetite is poor and digestion a
C ircuit C ourt .—In the Circuit out delay.
slow and painful ope rati ofi, it creates a rel­
being done and several rich ledges
I ask M. Hanley, if he has ever sent to a a certain prominent individual of Link­ ish
for food and enables the stomach to con­
Court this week, the cases of 8. Bow­
We learn that L. Ilerling has dis­ discovered. He returned yesterday.
teacher with whom he was satisfied ? If so, ville, and made the following reply: vert it into healthful aliment. Moreover, it
den vs. J. T. O’enn and Jacob Ish, and posed of his farm and intends removing
it dates back far beyond my acquaintance,
is a specific for a large number of ailments,
A rich cinnabar deposit was some with you, and beyond the acquaintance of “Pletty soon mally ; heep like’em ; all some of which are particularly prevalent in
I- J. C. Duncan ef at, vs. John Cim- to San Francisco ere long.
time too much lick ’em face.”
the damp and chilly weather'which we so
time ago discovered about three miles the people of this community.
borsky ft al, both for injunction, were
often experience in mid-winter. Among
An important communication to
It ¡9 supposed by some that there is these
If I saw fit, I could refer to many harsh
may be mentioned rheumatiam,chUla
referred to the Clerk to take deposi­ Gov. Grover, on swamp lands, will be south-east of town by Messrs. Bilger things which you have said about the va­
and
fever,
and all the morbid conditions of
in
this
locality
a
regularly
organized
and Coates, since which time consider­
the digestive organs. By tnsnring perfect
tions.
rious
schools
which
you
have
patronized.
found on our first page.
band of horse thieves ; all of which is digestion and a proper flow of bile, it in­
able work has been done on it. Late
Don’t try to shift the responsibility of the
sures pure blood, a vigorous circulation,
L arge N ugget F ound .—H. Kelly,
C. W. Savage last week put in a developments are very favorable. Sev­ training of your children upon the teacher ! certainly a very unjust charge and and
the prompt discharge of all waste mat­
Esq., Informs us that he learns that large area of alfalfa on his lot in the eral citizens of this place are interested. There is a mightier influence nearer home. without any foundation whatever; ter from the system.
Samuel Stockton found a nugget of southern portion of Oregon street.
If j’our boy visits saloons, don’t charge it
J. J. Moore, of Applegate Creek, upon the teachers. Stop your little whisky and further, I do not think that Col.
pure gold near his claim on Cayote
Some wagon loads of emigrants from Josephine county, states that there are games yourself, and probably your children J. N. T. Miller, Samuel Colver, or any HUNTER8’ EMPORIUM!
one else, has lost any horses by being
creek the other day, which weighed Kansas passed through town last Sat­
—AND—
now sufficient mill facilities in Jose- will not follow in your footsteps. Don’t at­ stolen.
two pounds. Henry Smith paid $17 urday, bound for Josephine, we believe.
phino county to give the different tend school meetings, talk temperance, in­
The entertainment given here on HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE
troduce and pass temperance resolutions,
an ounce for it, or $408 in all, which
The apportionment of the public Galice Creek quartz ledges a fair test, and then walk from the school house to the
the 7th inst., by Lake Lodge, I. O. of
is a very nice sum to pick up now-a- school money, as reported by Superin­
and a mill might be put up at the saloon, call up the crowd to drink and take G. T., was, in every respect, a pleas­
days.
tendent Fleming, will appear in our ledge for about five or six hundred your regular whisky with them. I did not
intend ,o be personal, but a nip from a cur ant affair. Good music, good supper,
dollars. Capt. A. W. Pressley is boat­ is sure to make us turn on our heels.
M illinery .—Attention is called to next.
last us look a little further into the matter. and the ladies, to say the very least,
the advertisement of Mrs. Brow’n, of
The bills audited by the last term ing supplies down Rogue river. lie You state that there are 356 scholar# re­ were, as they ever are, just splendid.
Ashland, who keeps constantly on hand of the County Court approximate takes from four to five tons at a load. ported. Out of that number, how many are I. D. Applegate was chosen speaker
not attending any school whatever ? About
a complete and elegant supply of the $3,000, instead of $2,000, as mentioned
Late and reliable advices from Ga­ one third ot them.
for the occasion and acquitted himself
Again,
the
Sisters*
school
has
long
been
latest styles of millinery, ladies’ goods, in our last.
lice Creek state that new discoveries established, is a well regulated school, al­ in a commendable manner; after
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
ribbons, etc. All work in her line ex­
Some work has been done towards have been made, and that free gold is ways has and always will draw a large pro­ which the lovers of Terpsichore rev­
eled
until
“
rosy
morn.
”
portion of the scholars of this district; be­
ecuted with neatness and dispatch and improving Bybee’s race track. Sev­ plainly visible is some of the rock. sides,
there have been other schools during
O bserver .
lways on hand the best stock
nt reasonable rates. Give Mrs. Brown eral horses may be seen exercising A late assay of quartz from the Yank the entire year.
of Patent and Home-made Rifle and
When and where are the prosperous times
Shot
Guns, single and double; Revolvers
a call.
R
ejoinder
.
—
W.
J.
Stanley
in
an
­
ledge yielded $60 to the ton. Little ot which you speak ? Were they under
I there every morning.
of
the
latest
patents ; Pocket Pistols, neat,
Prof. DeWitt, who spent more hours in the
A rrested .—Albert Johnson, a mu- i The weather has changed rather sud­ work has been done on any of the saloons than I have spent minutes ? Were other column replys to the resolutions small and powerful; Derringers, tbe latest
and best; also, the best Powder and Pow-
latto, was this week arrested by Deputy denly, and we are now enjoying warm ledges as yet. Capital is all that is they under Mr. Fuller and Miss Beach ? adopted at the School meeting. It is dor Flasks ; Hunting and pocket knifes of
Or were those palmy days under Baron
best brands; all sorts of Shot and
Sheriff Kent and Marshal McDaniel, days and delightful nights. Their ad­ necessary to open out the great wealth DeBoushay, who left the town with whisky always our aim to give both sides of a the
Pouches
; Caps, Wads and everything in
to the amount of $1,000. Were they public affair a hearing, and one side the Sportsman
for breaking open Horace Rice’s house, vent is appreciated by the country in of these ledges, and this will be done bills
’s line.
under Prof. Robb, when you were the insti­ having already spoken, it is no more
He
will
also
keep a full line of SHELF
sooner or later.
on Rogue River, last October, and tak­ general.
gators in getting up a temperance school of
HARDWARE,
Nails and Rope of all kinds
SO scholars, taught by Prof. J. B. Farley. I than just that the other should also and sizes, Carpenters
’ and Wagon-Makers,
ing some firearms, etc., therefrom. I Advertising will tell, L. Herling
have
all
due
respect
for
the
teachers
men
­
A nswer to “C itizen .”—Our Sam’s tioned, believing that some of them at least be heard. However, being in no ways Tools, a complete assortment of Table and
He sold a shotgun to parties in Cres­ advertised a sewing machine for sale
Pocket Cutlery, together with a full supply
Valley correspondent asks us whether were good and efficient. During none of concerned in this controversy, we are of
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc.
cent City, where it was identified by in tho T imes during the past few
years had you a larger attendance- consequently not in the least responsi­
The
above goods are all of the best qual­
“a discoverer can hold a claim on lands those
than I "had last year.
D. II. Hudson, son-in-law of Mr. Rice, weeks, and the consequence is he dis-
ity,
and
will be sold
ble
for
views
expressed
therein.
But how about this year ? I will tell you:
entered as agricultural.” The follow­
which led to Johnson’s arrest. He posed of it the other day.
There was a certain class of you commenced
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
ing decision by the Register of the grumbling long before school opened. You
IMPORTANT.—Endorsed by the Medi­
will have a preliminary examination
New guns made to order, and rejmiring
Coos Bay has a company of militia Sacramento (Cal.) Land Office will no stated that it was through political favorit­ cal profession. DRi W m . H all ’ s B alsam promptly done and in good style. All or­
ism
that
I
obtained
the
situation,
and
you
to-day.
fob THE L ungs cures Coughs, Colds and ders filled with dispatch.
called the Ross Rifles, named in honor doubt fully answer his query :
------------ •------------
would not patronize the school. You not Consumption,
all diseases of the Throat
27tf.
JOHN MILLER.
grumbled at me, but you grumbled and Chest. D and
F ifty -S ixth A nniversary .—The of Gen. John E. Ross, of this county.
b . T ownslky ’ s T oothache
The question you ask me is this : “If only
and found fault with every move which I
Odd Fellows of Jacksonville and vicin­ T. G. Owen, formerly of this place, is A. obtains a patent for land, supposed made. You found fault with my assistants A nodyne cures in one M inute .
at the time to be agricultural in char­ and again found fault when they were dis­
ity will, on Monday, April 26, 1875, one of the lieutenants.
You boasted months ago that
NEW, THIS WEEK.
acter, and B. afterwards discovers a charged.
■celebrate the Fifty-sixth Anniversary
your
object
was
to
break
up
the
school
and
John L. Carter A Son have com­ mine on it, can the former prevent the
had nearly succeeded. You had your
of the introduction of Odd Fellowship menced the Spring campaign, and are latter from working the mine ?” The you
Estray Notice.
opposition school ; from the first you
in America by a social reunion at the now prepared to execute all branches question is to my mind a very easy worked and labored to keen scholars out of
the school. Some of the scholars attending
aken up by the undersigned ,
Hall in Jacksonville, at 2 o’clock P. M., of painting in the best of style and at matter to answer; and, therefore, as a school were told falsehoods and lies, and
residing on Evans Creek, about twelve Vermont Stallion “MIKE.”
I
miles from its month, in Jackson county,
and supper at nine—the latter free. most reasonable rates. See ad.
i lawyer, I say that most clearly, in the were much harder to control. 1 had to re­
ease you put, A. hag the power to pre­ sort to punishment and expulsion. You about the 1st of February, 1875, one bay
All members of the I. O. O. F., with
finally closed your glorious career by your horse, with one hind loot white, about 15
HE CELEBRATED VERMONT STAL-
The Allmny Democrat says: “Mrs. vent B. from working the mine, or preamble
and resolutions, which you passed hands high and about fl’.’o vears old.
their families, are requested to partici­
lion, Peniger’s Mike, now owned by
Appraised at 825 bv C. Schieffelin, J. P.
J. L. M. Ply male delivered the address from trespassing on it in any manner. at the school meeting; then one J. R. Neil,
Cardwell
A Caton, will stand at the stable*
pate. By order of the Committee.
16X19.
LEVI GARTMAN.
The
patent vests A. with the perfect a noted lawyer and standing candidate for
of
James
A.
Cardwell, near Jacksonville.
at
the
installation
of
the
officers
of
who ’studied the dead languages so
Mike
is
10
vears old, was sired by old
8. J. D ay , R. S. pro tern. I
fee simple title to the land, subject only office,
Jacksonville Grange. It is printed in to such easemenfS and reservations as much that he has been a deadhead ever
Vermont,
anil
is himself tho sire of many
Notice of Final Settlement.
since, saw fit to change that immortal doc­
fine
trotting
horses
who have shown extra­
F or P ortland .—G. Karcwski, who the T imes and is neat, elegant and appear on the face of the patent itself ument after it had passed out of the hands
ordinary
speed,
among
which are Taylor’*
of the Clerk. Yes, he appointed himself a In the County Court of the State of Oregon, Benedict, Barnev Flanders,
McDonough’*
during the past Winter cured a large able.”
—and these include nothing but water committee
of one to revise and amend.
for Josephine county, sitting in Probate.
Dick, Kahler’s Selim, Plymale A McDon-
rights.
If
B.,
therefore,
should
un
­
number of hogs, has received offers
Who are these men who would set such a
S. J. Day this week demolished
ot the Estate of Dr. Wm. B. ongh’s Tampson, Cardwell’s Billy, McDon­
moral example before the young and rising In the matter Bayley,
dertake
to
go
upon
the
land
aqd
dig
up
ough’s Nelly.
deceased.
from Portland and San Francisco for the old shanties in the rear of Odd
? If you will visit our saloons
Pasturage’for mares from a distance fur
the soil, he would he simply a naked generation
AN L. GREEN, ADMINISTRATOR OF
there you will find them night after night,
the same. He accordingly this week Fellows’ Hall. The land belongs to trespasser.
nished free of charge.
said
estate,
having
filed
in
said
Court
Yours, truly,
playing their little game of chance whether
his final account for settlement, prays the
shipped a portion by teams to Rose­ the Odd Fellows and will be fenced in
they pay for the whisky or not.
T. B. M c F arland .
CARDWELL <t CATON, Propr’s.
Court for an order appointing a time for
I
remarked
before
that
sotno
of
them
felt
burg, where he will perhaps store it for the present, with the possibility of
J.
A.
C
ardwell , Groom.
f
so well that they walked from the school hearing of objections to the same. There­
P.
S.
—
We
are
prepared
to
furnish
pastur
­
fore
notice
is
hereby
given
that
said
final
To F armers .—The Immigration meeting to the saloon. A few days after,
until definite arrangements can. be a building being erected thereon at no
age
and
are
making
a
full
season
with
the
M. Hanley sat for hours playing a whisky account will l>e heard and determined in horse.
Commissioners, consisting of W. S. trame
12m3.
made for its disposal. We trust Mr. distant day.
at one of our saloons. I have also been said Court on Monday, the 5th day oi July,
informed that even the ex-Prosecuting At­ A. 1). 1875, at which time all persons having
Karewski will be eminently successful
The Odd Fellows have procured, a Ladd, Henry W. Corbett, B. Gold­ torney
has a small whisky bill unsettled, any objections to said final account and set­
YOU
tlement must then and there make the same.
in his undertaking, as this is a matter handsome tomb stone for the grave of smith, C. Linenweber and Wm. Reid, which he lost not long since.
Bv order of Hon. M. F. Baldwin, County SHOULD NOT FAIL TO CALL SOON ON
Now, I fm not disposed to find fault, only
that is not only of importance to him, Geo. P. Funck, formerly a respected have issued the following card, to
Judge.
CHAS. HUGHES, Clerk.
to show that you could not have been act­
which
they
invite
the
special
attention
but the county at large.
ing
in
good
faith.
member of the Order, who died of
“Before casting the mote out of thy broth­
MRS. BROWN,
small pox during its prevalence here. of farmers and others : “Immigrants er’s eye first cast the beam out of thine own
F lax C ulture .—The cultivation
And examine his Full and Elegant Stock of
are
arriving
in
the
State
by
every
eye.” Don’t give employment to drunkards
The work was executed by J. II. Rus­
and
gamblers;
keep
them
off
your
farms
and
of flax is attracting much attention
ASHLAND,
steamer in search of employment, and out ot your shops ; keep away from the sa­
DRY-GOODS,
sell, of Ashland.
throughout the State, and many sec­
the Board find difficulty in getting loons yourselves, and we will begin to think
TOBACCO, PIPES AND CIGARS,
vou are in earnest. The parent’s influence
tions are preparing to enter quite ex­
G range R esolution .—At a regu­ vacancies for them. We therefore is or should be tar greater than that of the Millinery and Ladies Goods,
tensively upon its culture. Now, that lar meeting of Phoenix Grange, held earnestly request farmers and others teacher, and some of you have more than
GROCERIES.
RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS,
the transportation of wheat and other April 9, 1875, the following resolution who require farm hands or labor of once lain like a warrior taking your rest
with your whisky • crowd around you.
Candies and Nate of Every Description,
cereals is not a profitable investment, was passed :
You’mention games of chance. I would
any kind, to immediately communi­ like
to know if some ot you did not taxe a
CROCKERY,
would It not be well for our farmers to
Resolved, That we, the members of I cate with us, and we will gladly sup­ chance besides a whisxy game when you Flowers, Feathers and Trimmings,
consider the matter of engaging in flax Phoenix Grange No. 104, P. of H., of ply them with such labor free of charge thought you could win on the last election.
TOYS, YANKEE NOTIONS, ETC., ETC.
Not only $20 pieces, but ricKs of wood were
culture ? It seems to us as though it Jackson county, Oregon, are decidedly on our part. Please state the wages bet, and some of you threatened to bet your
HAIR, JUTE AND
opposed
to
the
action
of
our
National
farms.
How
much
easier
to
preach
than
would prove a paying article. We i
offered, the class of men you want, and practice I “O, consistency thou art a jew ­
verything sold at reasona -
LINEN BRAIDS AND SWITCHES,
will in the future publish some articles , Grange in recommending Congress to for how long employment will be el !”
ble rates. Give me a call and judge for
aid in the construction of the Texas-
Your
resolutions
are
fatherless
and
moth
­
yourselves.
33tf.
in relation to this matter.
Pacific Railroad by an appropriation of given. The assistant secretary is in erless, though some of you say that Mr.
—A I*SO—
A---- got them up. If such is the case, we
SETTLE UP!
P ersonal .—Jay Beach, of Fort $80,000,000 to a private corporate mo­ daily attendance at the Board rooms, will not yet “muffle our face in our man­
nopoly.
tle
”
though
even
a
Brutus
stabbed
;
far
from
Ankeny
’
s
building,
Portland,
from
10
Klamath, and H; M. Thatcher, of
Agent for McCall's Bazaar Fashions.
The above resolution was unani­ A. M. to 3 P. M., each day, to whom the shouts that went up from the multitude,
he undersigned having dis -
Linkville, were in town a tew days ago.
we can say : All save he alone did what
posed of the Eagle Sample Rooms to
mously adopted and ordered sent to all letters should be addressed.”
they did through spite, envy and malice.
WEBB
JONES, and intending to leave
Wm. Kreuzer, an old resident of the county papers and Willamette Far­
Custom long established becomes law,
Jacksonville, those indebted to me are re­
and I have only been falling in with the
quested to settle immediately, as my books
this place, left for California this week, mer.
B uying C attle . — The Albany customs of nine-tenths of the people of this
J. M. H oxie , W. Sec’y.
must be squared.
where he proposes engaging in busi­
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto­
Democrat of last Friday says : Geo. community.
How many voted for your preamble and
fore extended me, I solicit a continuance of
R eligious .—The third quarterly
ness. While we regret his departure,
8. and Wm. Miller have recently re­ resolutions f Twelve out of 168 voters, and
the same to my successors.
we trust that he may be successful meeting for Jacksonville Circuit, Co­ turned from Lake county, where they those who did vote for them, enemies of the
JOHN NOLAND.
school.
Jacksonville,
March
24,
1R74.
13.
lumbia Annual Conferenco of the M.
wherever he may go.
Those who are living here must remem­
have been engaged in the stock busi­
ber that we have quite a large German pop­
Walter Sutton, formerly of this E. Church South, will be held at Ash­ ness for the past five years and they ulation, and as good citizens, too, as you arc.
Last Notice to Tax-Payers!
Many of them are shrewd business man,
.place, but now of Ellensburg, Curry land, embracing the first Saturday and are now engaged in the purchase of a but
’few drunxards among them, though
otice is h kreby given to those
•county, was in town on a visit this Sunday in May ensuing. All the offi­ band ot cattle to drive to Fort they are not cold water men and you can
persons who have not paid their taxes
cial
members
of
the
Church
are
re
­
not
expect
to
max.®
them
such.
week.
Klamath. They intended buying 1500
for the year 1874, that I will in a few days
There are those living in our community
quested to be present
ride for taxes and charge the tax-payer
head in this valley, but find that the that can see plainly the faults of others;
Major Glenn left for his home in
mileage, and you that have not paid had bet­
they can lie, slander and tattle, and then
J. W. S tahl , P. E.
price asked is higher than they antici­ claim that thev are moral, and setting mor­
'Oakland the other day.
ter settle immediately and save costs. The
taxes must and shall be collected, and this
al
examples.
I
thinx
that
a drunxard or
pated
and
will
consequently
only
buy
N ew R egister .—Samuel B. Cran­
Col. W. 8. Stone, Superintendent of
is the last warning.
J. W. MANNING,
oven a thief is not equal to you. because you
about
500
here
and
proceed
to
Ochoco
would
try
to
blight,
wuther
and
blast
the
Sheriff
and
Tax-Collector
of Jackson Co.
ston,
formerly
of
Ashland,
has
been
the O. A C. Stage Line, favored us
happiness
of
all.
Y
’
ou
enter
the
school
­
appointed Register of the Linkville for the rest required to make up the room, the church, and even the home cir­
with a call this week.
MINING CLAIMS.
1500. We are glad these boys are cle ; and, if you accomplish your hellish
Our young friend, G. A. Winckler, Land Office. We have not heard
designs, you exult lixe savages over the
flourishing and prosperous, as they miseries you have inflicted. 1 will conclude
•of Yreka, is sojourning with us fora whether Mr. Small, the former Regis­
he undersigned is prepared
by saying: If vou were in earnest, we hope
ter, has resigned or been removed. got their start in “Old Linn.”
to make preliminary survey of Mining
•few days.
we may see a change at once. It you were
Claims in confortnitv to the new law’ of
not,
we
trust
you
will
not
again
blame
Congress. All lode claims held under said
We are pleased te see that Sheriff Pertraps Senator Hippie’s guillotine
A most pleasant and Invigorating
P robate C ourt .—In the Probate others for dcing what you do yourselves.
law are required to be surveyed and the
has
been
in
operation
again.
W.
J.
STANLEY.
tonic.
Recommended
by
ail
tbe
emi
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Manmag has so for recovered from his
survey recorded.
Court this week, the report of the
nent Physicians throughout tho United
JAMES S. HOWARD, Surveyor.
States.
recent indisposition as to be about
T hanks .—Webb A Jones, the gen­ referees in the case of John Fritz vs.
pfF For the very best Photographs, go to
Office
at
Jacksonville, Oregon.
Stf.
Every family should have It la the
again.
tlemanly proprietors of the Eagle Sam­ J. N. T. Miller, Administrator of the Bradley A Rulofson’s Gallery with an ELE­
house.
AGENTI FOR THE TIMES.
E. IL Autenrieth and lady, (nee ple Rooms, have our thanks for a bot­ estate of W. Nus, awarding a judg­ VATOR, 429 Montgomery Street, San Fran­
Read certificates on each bottle. Sold
by all Liquor Dealers and Druggists.
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Geo. P. Rowell & Co...w................ Now York.
Miss Emily Ply male) of Yreka, are in tle of about the best white wine ever ment of $919 for plaintiff, was set aside cisco.
:
S.
M. Peltingill & Co...................Now York-
H, EPSTBIN & CO.,
C ounty O rders .—County orders
the county on a visit to their friends brought to town. The favor was duly by the Judge, and a decree of $88
Dan. L. Green.................Josephine Cotmty.
Sole Proprietors.
Cha*. Hughes............................. Kerby villa
1 appreciated.
given to plaintiff,
and relations here.
» taken at par at all times at this office. !
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■ Ben Haymond............................ Rock Print
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