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LOCAL HH EVITI ES.
ful snow-storm on April 6th. The
thermometer was down to 10° below
zero and the storm was the worst ever
experienced in that locality. Since
that time it has been very w’arm and
dry, and tho farmers are irrigating the
grain fields wherever it is possible,
but owing to the small amount of snow
in tho mountains water for irrigating
purposes is very scarce.
S t . N icholas for J une opens with
one of the most charming frontispieces
that have yet appeared in the maga
zine, illustrating a fanciful poem by
Rachel Pomeroy, about a little giant
girl, who is certainly unlike any other
of her race with whom w’e are ac
Stories of adventuro have by this
time come to be a fixed fact with the
boys who read St. Nicholas, and they
P risoner E scaped .—Harris, the
will fully appreciate the interesting ac
negro held to answer the charge of
count of tho manner in which a “First
larceny of a horse, last Saturday es
Trout” was caught, the article telling
caped from the County Jail. It seems
them just “How to Camp Out at the
that while James Leslie, the Jailor, was Beach,” and a certain crisis in the
at breakfast, and Chas. Harris alone story of “The Young Surveyor.” As
in charge, the negro asked to go out for the girls, they will testify that
in tho yard, and permission was grant there is no lack of enjoyment for them
ed him. One of the prisoners inside when they have read the chapters of
the jail just then called for a basin, and i “Eight Cousins,” “The Story for the
while Charley was giving it to him, Bird-defenders,” “Christinchen’s An
the negro slipped the shackles (which swer,” and “Among the Lillies.”
Harris had fastened too loosely) off his
Mrs. Diaz’s “Bad Luck of Bubby
feet and made tracks for the brush. Cryaway,” the story of a “Ragamuffin
Ilis absence was soon perceived, and Party,” “Mrs. Headache,” and the
R. L. Ish and W. IL McDaniel dis- beautifully illustrated poem of “The
patched after him. Although he was
Little Girl who Wouldn’t say Please,”
supposed to have gone in the direction are all of them very serious in one
of Bear creek and was reported to
sense and very funny in another;
have been seen in that vicinity, a
while children of a studious turn will
thorough search there failed to reveal his
find something exactly to their mind
whereabouts. A few days afterwards,
in the “Life of a Clothes-Moth” and
he was seen on Applegate. Deputy
the description of “Tho Druids and
Sheriff Kent started after him on Tues their Temples.”
day, and succeeded in getting on Har
The poem of “Tho Fays”—beautiful
ris’ track ; but owing to the inefficien
in itself—is illustrated most exquisite
cy of thoso assisting him, together
ly by Jessie Curtis, who has no su
with some tall running on the part of
perior in the dainty and graceful exe
the negro and the thick brush conve
cution of drawings of this delicate
nient, he failed to capture him. Mr. order.
Kent returned yesterday, and we
The illustrations generally are ad
learn from him that the negro broke mirably drawn and engraved; and the
into a cabin belonging to a Mr. Baker, I various departments are, as usual, full
stealing a pair of blankets and some of information, anecdote, and humor.
provisions therefrom. He thinks the
T he S quirrel .—Here, boys, is a
prospects for his capture very fair.
regular bonanza : Governor Pacheco,
P ersonal .—Jay Beach, of Fort of California, publishes a letter received
Klamath, and Misses Ida and Carrie by him from a firm of paint brush
Beach, of Oakland, Cal., are in town manufacturers of New York, sutrirest-
ing that he offer a reward for the
on a visit.
Hnn. James D. Fay, of San Francis skins of the squirrels, which have be
co, arrived in town Sunday morning. come such a nuisance in the rural
Ho has been retained as counsel for districts of his State. The tails of the
Daniel Doty, Brown Brothers and little animals, it is said, furnish what
Mrs. Briggs and son, whose cases will is known as “camels’ hair” in the
come up at the present and regular brush business, and a market can be
found for all that the boys can procure.
June terms of the Circuit Court.
John A. Boyer, who has been in at Write a letter to Governor Pacheco, at
tendance on the Grand Lpdge of the Sacramento, Cal., for the address of
l.O.O. F., at Portland, returned home the brush factory, then set your traps,
clean out the squirrels, saving to the
Win. Bybee returned this week State many thousand bushels of wheat,
and sell the squirrel tails for a ship
from a trip to California.
load of money.
James F. Gazley, of Douglas, and
G erman M inister .—Rev. Mr.
attorney for Barden, arrived in town
Krebs, of Marysville, Cal., held di
Judge J. IL Reed, of Portland, is vine services at the Court House last
in town, He Ì9 one of the counsel in Sunday morning and evening. He is
the-case of State vs. Mrs. Briggs and of the Lutheran denomination, deliv
son, and will, we learn, assist in some ering his sermons in the German lan
of the cases before the present term of guage, which were listened to by a
George Conn, of Linkville, wa3 in
C amp M eeting .—Notice is herebj’
town this week.
given that there will be a Union Camp
“Governor” Briggs, of Josephine, is Meeting held on the Sam’s Valley
Camp Ground, commencing on the 3d
Deputy Sheriff Kent returned from day of June next. Ail are cordially
Crescent City a few days ago, having invited to attend.
T. L. J ones , Pastor.
with him a witness in the case of the
State vs. Albert Johnson, indicted for
C ircuit C ourt .—After waiting on
the Grand Jury for some time, the
F rom the A gency .—A letter from Circuit Court commenced business yes
the Klamath Agency, Lake county, terday morning. The case of the State
under a late date, gives these items : vs. Albert Johnson, indicted for larce
We have fine weather and grass is ny, was first called, and was still being
considered as we went to press.
The musquitoes are gathering in
F or Y reka .—Patrick Fehely left
from all quarters and preparing for the
for Yreka last week, where he goes to
The Agency is being whitewashed. make a kiln of 45,000 brick, which
The Indian school, taught by C. II. will be used in constructing the new
Dyar, is prospering. The scholars are Siskiyou county jail. He took some
fair readers and some of them write employes from this place with him.
The fish are running in the streams,
T hanks .—We are under obligations
which are full of them. The Indians to Hon. James K. Kelly for a supply
have all the trees along Williamson
river covered with fish, which they of public documents. Also to Hon. J.
W. Nesmith for like favors.
are drying for Winter’s use.
Some say that fish were so thick in
Lost river at one time that it was dan IMPORTANT.—Endorsed by the Medi
gerous to ford it, as the horses were cal profession. D r . W m . H all ’ s B alsam
liable to step on them and slip down. for tiie L ungs cures Coughs, Colds and
Read the new advertisements.
FRIDAY........................ ............MAY 28, 1875.
Strawberries are coming into market.
The matrimonial market is improv
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
Ger». P. Rowell A Co.... .....................New York.
Louis Hubert has his sprinkling cart
S. M. Pottingill A <’o
Dan. L. Green................ .. Josephine County. in operation.
Henry Judge will to-morrow hold a
L. P. Fisher,....................
...San Francisco public auction.
St. 1 • on is
Old papers, in quantities to suit, for
Gus. A. Winckler........
sale at this office.
Prof. I. Cox’s school gave an exhi
M. E. Cnt’Rcn.—Religion« service« every bition yesterday evening.
Sunday, at the usual hours, bv the Rever
Rev. R. C. Oglesby officiated at the
ends J'. 11. N. Bell, J. S. McCain and M. A.
M. E. Church last Sunday.
C atholic C hurch .—Divine Service« ev
J. Nunan has purchased tho resi
ery Sundav, at the usual hour, by Rev. la
dence of II. Judge, on C street.
M. E. Suxn \v S chool .—Regular meetings
Horseback riding is quite popular
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
C atholic S unday S chool . — Regular among the gentler sex at present.
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
The name of the Lakeport Post Of
fice, in Lake county, has been changed
F. 0. REGISTER AMO TRAVELER S GUIDE.
Stage* leave Jacksonville a« follow« :
For Rock Point, Grant's Pa«< and Rose
P. J. Ryan is having his building,
burg. every day at 8 a. in. Mail closes at
next door to Reaines Bros., completed.
7:30 p. m.
For Phivnix. Ashland. Yreka and Red- I). Linn has the job.
dimr, California. every day at 10:30 a. in.
Mail closes at io a. nt.
Prof. I. Cox will give an exhibition
For Apnleuate. Kerbyville, Waldo and
Crescent Citv. every Monday and Thursday of Odic force at the Swinden School
morning at 4 o’clock. Mail closes at 8 p. in. House to-morrow evening.
the preceding evening.
Th'mail for Central Point. Table Rock,
Canned Columbia river salmon is
Fai’le Point. Brown «boron eh and Sam’s
V«llev, leave« every Friday morning ; now sold in town. It is regarded as a
c’o««>s the preceding evening.
luxury by all who have it tried.
The mail for Linkville. Hot Sprint»«, Yai-
nax and Lake City, leave« Ashland every
The weather Wednesday night was
Monday morning. For Linkville every
so cold as to kill the tender vegetables
Monday ami Thursday morning«.
Money Order Office open from 9 a. m. to in various portions of the country.
» p. m.
O ffice ITnun«—From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m.;
New goods were received this week
Knndavs, 3D minutes after arrival of stage«.
Mail matter must be in on time or it will by Reaines Bros., Fisher & Caro, E.
M ax M uller , P. M.
Jacobs, John A. Boyer and others.
Mr. Scott showed us some fine rock
D entistry .—Dr. W. Jackson will taken from a well defined ledge lately
leave for Goose Lake and Chewacan discovered by him on Rogue river.
Valleys about the 20th of June, to be
The spelling mania has about died
gone several ^cpk«.
out. We believe this section is the
L egal A rray .—The legal frater only one that has escaped its ravages.
nity la well represented at this session
Street Commissioner Day last week
of Court. Besides our local bar, had a force of men working on the
Messrs. Fay, Reed and Gazley, from Crescent City road, which was sadly
other sections, are in attendance.
’ in need of repairs.
Thefe is quite a number of strangers
P icnic .—We learn that the Temper
ance organizations of Jacksonville, in town this week, owing to the prev
Ashland, Phoenix and Heber Grove, alence of Court, which gives the town
promise uniting in a picnic, to be held a lively appearance.
in the upper portion of the valley
A party of five San Francisco capi
some time next week.
talists, who have been on a trip in the
northern portion of the state, stopped
L and P atents .—Cash patents have
in town a day last week.
been received at the Roseburg Land
Miss Mollie McCully’s school had a
Office for John Callaghan, Henry Am
merman, J. G. Van Dyke, J. F. Wells, pleasant picnic at Bybee’s Grove last
H. C. Dollarhide, Hanes True, Andrew Friday. The event was duly appreci
Dosier, of this county, and George W. ated by the participants.
The oration of II. K. Hanna, Esq.,
Diinick, of Josephine.
delivered at the Red Men’s celebration
A dditional J urors .—By instruc on the 12th, will l>e found entire on
tions of «the Court, the Sheriff has the first page of this issue.
summoned the following eight persons
It is high time something was being
to complete the panel of trial jurors done towards celebrating the Fourth
for the present term, to-wit: John A.
of July, if the people of Jacksonville
Boyer, Benton Ell more, Jesse Wilson, intend observing that event.
Sr., A. Olferd, M. Lindley, Daniel
It is not altogether certain that Bar
Hopkins, W. IL McDaniel, Alex.
den will come to trial at this term,
and, perhaps, never will. His condi
L ake C ounty I tems . From a let tion is not improved in the least.
ter received this week from the Big
The stages are arriving somewhat
Springs, Lake county, we glean the
earlier than usual, but lay over a con
A cinnabar ledge has been discover siderable time before starting. Sum
ed by Oliver Swingle in the canyon mer time will be made from next
where Black Jim, the Modoc warrior, Tuesday on.
James Steel and J. G. Kelly, of Port
Shook A Walters’ saw mill, at this land, were in town last week. They
are looking after their quartz interests
place, is nearly completed.
at Althouse, Josephine county, and,
T he G rand J ury .—The following we learn, think of putting up a mill
is the Grand Jury empaneled for the
May term of the Circuit Court: Math
To-morrow is the time set for the
ew Fountain, foreman, James McDon
ough, Q. N. Anderson, J. P. True, meeting in Jacksonville' of the com
Daniel Chapman, John A. Grieves, mittees from Jackson, Josephine and
Ben George. Up to time of going tn Curry counties, apjminted in relation
press the Jury was still in session, and to the construction of the Chetco Wag
had returned three indictments, to- on Road.
A son of A. W. Sturges died on Sat
wit: An indictment of murder in the
first degree against Daniel Doty ; one urday last of typhoid fever, and was I
against Mathew Harris for larceny of buried the following day at Uniontown.
a horse, and one against Albert John The infant son of C. D. Reed and wife,
ot Farmer’s Flat, also died about the i
son, for larceny in a house.
P robate C ourt .—The following
We learn that operations are being
business has been transacted in this actively prosecuted by the company
Court within the past few days:
incorporated to turn the water at the
Letters of guardianship have been big bar of Rogue river, for mining the
A train of nine wagons passed
issued to Kaspar Kubti, as guardian of bed thereof, and that several hands are through the city Sunday, en route for
the Willatnette. There were several
Katharine Ruch and Elizabeth Ruch, employed in the enterprise.
families, all from Jackson county.—
minor heir9 of Fredolin Ruch.
Quite a large number of immigrants
Letters of guardianship were also
These immigrants may have passed
have lately been coming into Josephine
issued to Peter Britt, as guardian of I
county, which is an excellent section through this county into Douglas, but
Fredolin Ruch, Kaspar Ruch and Hen
for persons in search of homes, with our cotemporary is in great error when
ry Ruch, minor heirs of Fredolin Ruch,
small means. There is considerable he asserts that they are from Jack-
land not yet taken up, and everything son county, as no such immigration
In the matter of the estate of John
has left or is likely to leave here. The
W. George, deceased. Clinton Schief-
Plaindealer should at least give this
The Plaindealer says: Wm. Carll
flin, executor, filed his final exhibit
county the benefit of a correction.
and prays that a day for hearing of the returned from the Rogue river mines
Go one, go all, both great and small,
same be set. July 6, 1875, was ap last week, where he took about 20
and examine the large stock of Spring
pointed as the time for said hearing.
and Summer goods received by Sachs
In the matter of the estate of Samuel
Bros. They have selected them with
Dewitt Asher Iltald, Administrator,
a view to suit the tastes and fancies of
filed his final exhibit and prays that a
everybody, and are offering them very
day be set for hearing. Prayer grant- ,
ed, and July 6, 1875, appointed as the writing from Chewacan Valley, says low for cash and to prompt paying cus
that that section was visited by a fear I tomers.
day for said hearing.
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NEW, THIS WEEK.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Odd Fellows’ Building, JacKwBvilk, Orrgn,
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for Jackson countv, sitting in Probate
May 26, 1875.
DEALER & WORKER IN
In the matter oi tho Estate of Samuel De
I SHER D. HEALD, ADMINISTRATOR
7V of said estate, having filed in said Court TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, «U.
his final account for settlement, and also
praying for an order lor setting the time
for hearing the same; therefore notice is
hereby given that said final account will be
heard' and determined in said Court on
Tuesday, the 6th day of July, 1875, at which
time all persons having any objections to AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
sai<l final account and settlement must then
and there make the same.
Bv order ot Hon. E. B. Watson, County
E. I). FOUDRAY, Clerk.
’ May 26, 1875.
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF 8TOTE8,
Lifo is Sweet.
The blood is the life of the human system.
Keep it pure and all is well ; for this pur
pose no standard medicine has had so uni
form and amazing success as Dr. Henley's POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Celebrated I. X. L. Bitters. Thia is a pure
stimulant, medicated with the finest tonics
and alteratives which the vegetable kingdom
Fuse and Cape,
affords ; anil is the only preparation at pres
ent known which thoroughly meets the
emergency. The effect of this popular re
storative is continuous. Each dose taken
invigorates the vital energies and the brain,
and its prolonged use will unquestionably
cure any ease of debility, or mental torpid
ity that does not arise from organic causes
beyond the reach of medicine. It is in the
strictest sense of the word, an invigorating
and regulating cordial. If the nerves are
tremulous and relaxed, it braces them; if
the liver is torpid it promotes activity in that
organ; the appetite is poor and digestion a
slow and painful operation, it create« a rel
ish for food and enables the stomach to con
vert it into healthful aliment. Moreover, it
is a specific for a largo number of ailments, Shot Brashes, Chains and. H om ,
some of which are particularly prevalent in
the damp and chilly weather'which we so
often experience in mid-winter. Among
these may be mentioned rheumatism,chills
and fever, and all the morbid conditions of
the digestive organs. By insuring perfect
digestion and a proper flow of bile, it in
I bavo secured the services of a Flrst-claea
sures pure blood, a vigorous circulation,
and the prompt discharge of all waste mat Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
ter from the system.
ing promptly and in superior style.
PAINTS, OILS VARNISHES, GLASS
I ncurables R estored .—Do not despair
because your physician shakes his head.
Professional opinions are not infallible ; and
they are never wider of the mark than when
they pronounce Chronic Dyspepsia an in
CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
curable malady. To mitigate its pangs, the TN
L I am receiving and have constantly on
faculty usually prescribe air, exercise, and hand
a full and first-class stock of
brandy. 'Flic first two are («oil’s medicines;
the last is a satanic poison. The only medi
cine needl'd in Dvspepsia and its concomi
tants is 7>r. J. Walker's California Vinegar
Bitter«, the great vegetable tonic of the age.
LARGE STOCK ? NEW GOODS
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
Give me a call.
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
CHEAP FOR CASH!
fflHF, UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE-
L turned from San Francisco, where he
has purchased the most complete assort
ment of General Merchand: a ever brought
to this market, and is now receiving the
same. Having ¡mid cash for my goods and
bought them cheap, I intend gelling them
CHEAP FOR THE CASH.
I take country produce in exchange for
goods, and also sell to good men on time
on as reasonable terms as any other house
n the oouuty ; but 1 iutend to make the
cash trade a dpeclalty, and any one that has
cash to pay for goods will find it to their in
terest to give me a call before purchasing.
R. B. HARGADINE.
Ashland, May 11, 1875.
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SIL-
verware, etc., has received a large ad
dition to his well-selected stock of Jewelry
ELGIN AND WALTHAM,
Gold and Silver Watches, Gold and Silver
Chains, all imported from the first manufac
turers in the East. A fine lot of SETH
EIGHT-DAY WEIGHT CLOCKS.
Also all kinds of E ioht -D ay and 30- houb
C locks ; P ocket C utlery and W illow
W are of all kinds ; a new assortment of th*
Toy« for the Holidays,
DOLLS, BABY WAGON«,
Tn fact everything that is wanted for the hol
idays. A fine lot of SILVER-PLATED
Millinery and Ladies Goods, WARE of the best quality. Also a fine lot at
.Vtmc Boxes, Aecordeons, Guitars, Violms, «to.
A Fine Assortment of .
RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS,
CREWING and SMOKING TOBACCO,
Pipes, Pipe-stems, and anything of that
Flowers, Feathers and Trimmings, kind that mav be wanted, i am also Agent
for the GROVER A BAKER and FLOR
ENCE Sewing Machines, and keep them
HAIR, JUTE AND
constantly on hand. I have just received
the latest improved Florence, which feed*
the work FROM THE OPERATOR.
LINEN BRAIDS AND : SWITCHES,
pAT Jewelry, Watches and Clocks cleaned
and repaired and warranted. Also Sewing
Machine« cleaned and repaired.
Give me a call.
Agent for McCall's Bazaar Fashions.
Ladies* and Gentlemen*«
SHOULD NOT FAIL TO CALL SOON ON
And examine his Full and Elegant Stock of
Consumption, and all diseases of the Throat TOBACCO, PIPES AND CIGARS, READY-MADE CLOTHING,
and Chest. D r . T ownsley ’ s T oothache
A nodyne cures in one M inute .
Candies and ¿¡ufs of Every Description,
IIYZ^R—On May 22, 1875, to tho wile of
Joseph H. Hyzer, a son.
NEW, THIS WEEK._
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for Jackson county, sitting in Probate
May 26, 1875.
In tho matter of the Estate of John W.
fl SCIIIEFFELIN. EXECUTOR OF THE
vJ. said estate, having filed in said Court
his final account for settlement, and also
praying lor an order tor wetting the time
lor hearing the same ; therefore notice is
hereby given that said final account will
be heard and determined in said Court on
Tuesday, the 6th day of July, 1875, at
which time all persons having any objec
tions to said final account and settlement
must then and there make the same.
By order of Hon. E. B. Watson, County
E. D. FOUDRAY, Clerk.
May 26, 1875.
BOOTS and. SHOES,
GROCERIES, BEDSTEADS & CHAIRS,
TOYS, YANKEE NOTIONS, ETC., ETC.
VERYrTHIl|& SOLD AT REASONA-
6le rates. Give me a call and judge for
LIQUORS, TOBACCO and CIGARS,
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS,
C alifornia S treet ,
Webb & Jan«*,
- - -
At E. Jacob*« New Store,
Orth’a Brick Building, Jacksonville.
•\TONE BUT THE CHOICEST AND BEST
li Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cighrs
DRINKS, 12} CENTS.
ll OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
at the very lowest rates. If you dou*t
pay. Families needing anything in niy line
believe me, call and ascertain prices fur
can always be supplied with the purest and yourselves.
best to be found on the Coast. Give me a ' All kinds ot No produco
and hides taken in
call, and you will be well satisfied.
exchange for goods.