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9EXERAL MOT ER AMD MEWR.
The troubles on the Texan border are be
I), jri il Pap r for Jackson i Jovphint fountinu
Carbon and Pike counties, Pa., have suf
fearfully from ravages of forest fires.
Mr. Waters, lately of the Nebraska Chron
icle. is said to lx* tho editor of tho Portland
Bulletin at present.
The Salem correspondent of the Sac- j Mr. Hammond, the great revivalist, Is
rainento Record- lotion gives the fol whooping up the sinners at Portland in a
lowing in relation to the recent rail- , rather lively manner.
An Austin, Nev., butcher killed and
road squabble between the Holladay
dressed two beeves in 24 minutes, said to lx»
and anti-Holladay directors of the Ore- 1 the quickest timo on record.
gon Central Railroad :
Portugal has prohibited potatoes from the
It has long boon evident that Holladay's United States to bo introduced into that
railroads were not a great profit to him.
He has been troubled Io pay the interest, country and the adjacent islands.
and the German bondholders, when their
Special, from all parts of East and West
stock was only worth seventeen cents on tho Iowa sav the ravages of the grasshoppers
dollar, lowered the rate of interest from
seven to two and a half per cent., and even have been confined to a few countios.
then he was unable to meet the payments.
The mass of miners in the vicinity of
To secure these payments it was understood Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania, have gone to
that he pledged his steamer lino lietwoen
Portland and San Francisco, and we now work upon the old terms of tho companies.
hoar that a transfer has been made of the
The new 20 cent pieces are out in San
East Side railroad to the German bondhold Francisco, and retailed at 25 cents, but you
ers, who now have entire possession and
control. Humor has it that they negotiated can buy them at headquarters at original
in the trade for all his property, town sites, ' cost.
warehouses, etc., on the line of the road, j The new Masonic Temple In New York is
and paid him 8700,000 for his steamer line
and that propertv. Tho East Side road re said to have cost a round million. Yet It
ferred to al wive, is completed to Roseburg.! was built upon a level and paid for on the
2110 miles, and is known as tho Oregon A square.
California Railroad : the West Side road is
March French, of Tho Dalles, who went to
known as tho Oregon Central Railroad.
Tho stockholders of this latter road, who the Eastern States as business manager and
live in Oregon, with the aid of its Secretary, cashier with tho Warm Spring Indians un
made a cow/» d'etat the other dav, claimed
entire possession, denied that Ren Holla- der Donald McKay, has got back home.
dav had any stock of amount, "jumped the
Never before has insanity been so preva
claim” and elected their own Board of Di lent in San Francisco as during the month
rectors. This leaves Holladay very little
interest in Oregon affairs. His overliearing of May, the last twenty-four days showing
and impudent conduct since coming to Ore a list ot forty in the books of the Commis
gon has made him a host of enemies and sioners.
kept him in all the hot water that could be
Last Saturday, while Mr. Carlyle, of Oak
manufactured out of a continuous chain of
law suits. How many and how largo ones land, was riding through the Whitmore gap
he has on hand now, he only knows.
he saw a cougar catch a hog. Putting his
Notwithstanding this bold stroke of dogs after it, he succeeded in killing it. It
the anti-Holladay men, after consider- measured nine feet long.
The Grand Jury in New York is still after
able legal squabbling, Holladay is in
silk smuggling frauds, and tho prospect
possession of the Railroad again, and
will likely remain master of the situa is that more men ot note among the mer-
, chants and some custom house officers will
tion for a time nt least.
undoubtedly l>e arrested.
Ross Tweed at l.iberty.
There are several large failures in Lon
don, and more are ex|»ected from the gen
A dispatch dated Albany, (New eral feeling of disquiet in business circles.
The failures are mostly of those houses en
York) June 15th, says:
gaged in tho East India trade.
Tho case of William M. Tweed, which has
l’rinee Albert Johnson, lately of Yreka,
been before the Court of Appeals for some
time, was to-day decided in Tweed’s favor, but now of Coos county, a darkey who trav
and his discharge from tho penitentiary on eled with Wilson's circus formerly, is un
Blackwell’s Island was ordered. The opin
ion. w hich is concurred in bv all the Judires. der a forced contract to make brick at Salem
is lengthv and recites the whole ease. The for the State for one year for larceny.
chief point is that the Court of Oyer and
A shooting affray occurred at Roseburg
Terminer exceeded its authority in sentenc
ing Tweed tocunmlative punishment by pro last wook, according to tho rtaindcaler, be
nouncing separate judgments on set>erate tween Joseph Ackley and Mr. Gillard, but
counts of one indictment. It will be re nobody was seriously hurt. Acltley was
membered that Tweed was sentenced to one
year’s imprisonment on each of twelve arrested, but discharged on preliminary ex
counts. The decision is that the Court be amination.
low had only authority to inflict one sen
tence, and as one year is the extreme pen It is said that the damage in tho first named
alty for the offense, the sentence of twelve , county will amount to half a million, while
years was illegal.
ten out of eleven townships in the latter
The decision further says : Tweed's case have been devastated. The people, men,
is probably without precedent, and the only
Justification for the sentence lies in the fact women, and children, fought the flames
that great wrongs had been perpetrated, and desperately.
punishment for a single misdemeanor seems
A Chicago dispatch says Miss Anna Dick
inadequate. The excited state of the public
intends to leave Chicago in two weeks
mind and Tweed’s conviction «-ailed for
to San Francisco, where she will
what they thought approximated vindica
tion of justice and punishment of theoffend- make her debut as an actress, under the well
vr. The court holds that justice cannot be known manager there, McCullough, with
advanced bv illegal acts, and orders that
whom sho is acquainted.
Tweed be discharge I.
Lite heavy rains in California came too
Upon his release, which doubtless
to benefit, but will probably injure the
has ere this occurred, Tweed will again
grain crops materially. The rain has fur
he arrested on civil suits against him, nished this State with just the necessary
instituted by the city of New York, quantity an«1 at the right time. Most exi-el-
for the recovery of $3,000,000, money lent crops will lie the result.
The Grangers of Lnne county have sub
stolen. It is understood, however,
5,000 bushels of wheat to the State
that this matter will tie arranged so he
at Eugene, and Geo. Humphrey,
will be able to return to his family
. D. M. Risdon, Campbell Chrisman an«l
without further detention.
others have agreed to furnish what is lack
Pi«»ueer Rr-l nion.
ing to complete the building.
We understand, says the l>allcs Moun
The annual re-union of the Pioneers taineer, that the Columbia River Improve
of Oregon took place at the State Fair ment Company have commenced suit for a
grounds in Salem on Tuesday, 15th right of way through the lands, on the Ore-
, gon side, at the Cascades, for the purpose of
inst., and was attended by over 5,000 building the proposed canal and locks.
people from all portions of the State,
The Albany Democrat says G. W. Gildea.
including many of the most prominent i when lately hunting on the McKenzie, sat
citizens and pioneers. Judge Dendy, l down on a log to rest and saw an enormous
the orator of the day, delivered a most cougar ready to spring on him. He took
aim and shot dead a large female measur
excellent address, which was followed ing ton feet from tip to tip and weighing 115
by an eloquent speech from Hon. J. W. pounds.
Nesmith and short addresses by Gov.
The Kansas City (Mo.) Rcpuhlicon says a
wind and hail storm passed over the
Grover, II. W. Corbett and others.
Other appropriate exercises transpired, ' central portion of the State, doing much
I damage to crops. In Lafayette county inill-
and the occasion closed with a grand j ions of toads have made their appearance,
ball in tho evening. The affair was an and farmers are alarmed at the prospective
damage by grasshoppers and toads.
eminent success throughout.
The trial of Hinds, tho mall contractor,
In the evening the Pioneer Associa
with corrupting Government offi-
tion met and elected the following of
I cials, is progressing rapidly at Washington.
ficers for the ensuing year: J. W. I The indications are that he will escape con-
Grim, of Aurora, President; E. N. i vlctlon by reason of technicalities. He
Cooke, of Salem, Vice President; J. ; theatens serious things if convicted, and says
Henry Brown, Harrisburg, Secretary; he will not go behind the bars alone.
John M. Bacon, Oregon City, Treasu
Notwithstanding the severity of Tweed’s
rer; Directors—A. P. Ankeny, Port sentence was generally approved in New
land ; B. W. Wilson, Corvallis; W. ; York, the community applaud the vigor and
J. Herren, Salem.
i justice evinced by the Court of Appeals in
t vindicating the spirit ot the law against Ju-
A Negative Party.
' dicial straining. It is the general opinion
that he has by no moans escaped Justice.
Mr. Terrell, of Salem, received a letter
The Republican party is fast falling
his wife, who is now at Smith’s Ferry,
to pieces. Its most brilliant men are
stating that Messrs. Hull and Randolph
fast deserting it, as rats do a sinking came out of theSantiam mines Thursday
ship. Self-preservation is the first night, bringing nuggets of gold as large as
law of nature, working as strongly in walnuts. They started back to the mines
the breast of the average politician as again on Saturday morning, and were ac
companied by E. S. McComas and W. W.
the remaining portion of mortality. Baker, of LaGrando, and Mr. Tupper, of
Everybody in the vicinity of
Such men quickly observe ail the signs Salem.
Smith’s Ferry seein to have a touch of the
ot the times. Another symptom of bullion fever, and excitement runs high.
early death, evincing cowardly fear,
■ays the Stanislaus New», is the test
submitted to the voters in most of the
State. That test is, “Are you opposed
to the restoration of the Democratic
party to power.’1 On such shallow
declarations a party cannot reasonably
expect to live any great length of
time. It is no longer a party of ad
vancing ideas, but is the true Bour
bon of American politics.
T. O. REAMES.
E. R. REAMES.
(Successors to White A Martin,)
FOURTH OF JULY
(California St., one door west of Sachs Bros.,)
SPRING AND SUMMER.
DEA LE ILS IN
DEALER AND WORKER IN
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ETC.
eeps constantly on hand an
assortment of the beat
And MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY ! tinware
JOHN bilg :
brass pipes ,
The OVERBECK GROVE.
CHAINS, LEAD PIPE,
PAINTS, SIZES, GLASS.
OI.S, HOSE, TOWDER-
LOW PRICES WILL WIN
FISHER & CARO,
HE PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY OF
this County have unanimously agreed
to celebrate the 99th Anniversary of Ameri
can Independence in grand and appropriate
(Successors to A. Fislier A Bro.)
style at the Overbock Grove on Saturday,
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEAS- July 3d, 1876.
lire in notifying their friend* and the
ORDER OF EXERCISES.
ave pleasure in announcing
public gencrnllv that they have purchased
the receipt of a large invoice of
the stock of White A Martin, and aro now
receiving nnd opening a very large, exten 9:30 o’clock A. M., under the lead of D. D. M.
sive and well-selected assortment of
Music by the Choir.
Fancy & Staple Dry-Goods,
Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. M. Peterson.
of Declaration of Independence
STAPLE DRY-GOODS, by Reading
J. I>. Fountain.
Music by the Glee Club.
BRASS ANDIRON WIRE,
Reading’of Grange Declaration by D. S.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Cast Iron and Steel Plows.
Oration by Prot. J. II. Skidmore.
California & Salem Cloths and Blankets,
Music by the Choir.
Announcement ot Dinner by I). I). M. |
Tho DINNER will represent tho fat of
the land, and be the l»est ever offered to the
people of Southern Oregon. The grounds
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, will be neatly and appropriately fitted up,
and no pains will lx» spared bv the Commit
tee to make the affair a grand snecesh.
WOOD £ N A X D WILLOW WAR E,
No intoxicating drinks will lx» allowe«! on
Hats and Caps,
the grounds ; but those who wish to put up
stands for the sale of cool drinks, native
LADIES, CHILDREN A MISSES SHOES. wines, lemonade, candies, notions, ot«*., may TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
do so by making the necessary arrange
ments with the committee.
Always on hand a large lot of parlor, rook-
And a General Supply of
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
ing, office, cabin stoves, of assorted sizes,
plain and fancy, constructed on the latest
A Good Time Generally is Expected!
fuel-saving plans. Boilers, kettles, pots,
We have also in connection with the above
G ROC E RIES! and everything connected with these stoves
a very large an«l fine stock of choice
Marshal of the Day, Gen. John E. Ross. FA M11 A’
warranted durable and perfect.
Assistant Marshals, L W. Berry, John Size
All articles sold or manufactured by him
more, Dolph Carlton, Win. Ray, E. 1*3.Gore,
In fa-t anything you may want, no mat- warranted. His work is made of tho best
GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, QUEENS- Titos. Wright.
i ter whether you are a
material and of the choicest patterns.
WARE. HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
gJfr Orders attended to with dispatch and
On Mu-tic— Leader, IL F. Root ; Mis. L.
filled according to directions. He is deter
PAINTS, OILS, NAILS, WIN
Colver, Al. Rose, Miss Alice Gray, — Cliff,
mined to sell at low prices for cash.
DOW GLASS, CAST AND
On Finance— Jacob Ish, Arthur Wilson,
Colver, Mrs. J. E. l’lvinalc, Mrs.
STEEL PLOWS, WOOD
OR ANY OTHER MAN.
R. M. McDonough. Mrs. John Colman.
EN AND WILLOW
ofall kinds, of the best brands,wholesale and
Ellen Ish : Mrs. Hannah Jones, Mrs. Clark
Taylor, Mrs. Conrad Mingus, Mrs. D. S’. K.
Buick, Mrs. Arch Morris, Mrs. Peter Simon,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Mrs. J. N. T. Miller, Mrs. John Cardwell,
Mrs. Thomas Wright.
In connection with all these I have on hand
Additional Committee on Dinner— Mrs. J. our stork of goods nt PANIC 1‘RD'F.S, and a largo assortment of
We are now ready to sell anything in our
arc ready to sell them accordingly
line at lowest cash prices. Persons wishing O’Brien, Mrs. L. Chappel, Mrs. E. E. Top
to buy goods will find it greatly to their ad
vantage to examine our stock before pur rell, Mrs. O. (laniard, Mrs. John Sizemore,
of all kinds—just what every married man
chasing elsewhere, as we arc determined not Mrs. Wirtz, Mrs. llarvev Oatman, Mrs. M.
wants in his family. And if you don’t be
to lx» undersold by any house in Jackson
lieve it, call and examine my stock before
Donough. Win. Simpson, J. A. Grieve, Sam satisfaction.
X-iF Remoniber tho old pla«»o.-tTT
®*CGive ns a call, and then judge for March, Job” Dollarhidc.
yourself as to our capacitv to furnish goods
FISHER A CAI«».
Importer of farm implements and machine«.
W. J. Pr.VMAi.E, Scc’y.
Jacksonville. Feb. 12, 1875.
BAR, PLATE AND ASSORTED IRON.
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
Life is Sweet.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,
The blood is the life of the human system.
Keep it pure and all is well; tor this pur
pose no standard medicine has had so uni
Cor. California <t \th St».
form and amazing suc«'ess as Dr. Hwdei/'*
(elehrated I. X. L. Bitter#. This is a pure
stimulant, medicate«! with the finest tonics
and alteratives which the vegetable king«l«>in
iie undersigned would he - ; affords ; and is the only preparation at pr«»s-
spectftillv inform their friends an«l the | cut known which thoroughly meets th«*
public generally that they have purchased emergency. The effect of this popular re
♦ he above .establishment. which will be storative is coni...... mis . Each «lose taken
henceforth conducted under their constant invigorates th«» vital energies and the brain,
personal supervision, and they guarantee and its prolonged iwr will un«|iiestionah|\
satisfaction to all who may favor them with cure any <*ase ot debility, or mental torpid
ity that does not arise from organic causes
These stables are centrally located, and bey«m«l the reae.. of medicine. It is in the
within convenient distance of the various strictest sense of the word.au invigorating
houses of public entertainment. Horses and regulating cordial. If tho nerves are
and mules will bo boarded and cared for M tremulous and rolaxe«!. it braecs them ; if
moderate charges. They have one of the the liver is torpid it promotes activity in that
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south of organ; th«» appetite is poor and digestion a
slow and painful operation, it creates a rel
ish for food and enables the stomach to con
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
vert it into healthful aliment. Moreover, it
is a specific fora large nuiiilM»r of ailments,
With single or double teams, for hire en rea i some of which are particularly prevalent in
sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses the damp and chilly weather which we so
and Mules, which will be hired to go to any often experience in inlet-winter. Among
part of the country at moderate rates.
these may I m * mentioned rheumatism,chills
Animals bought and sold, and broke to and fever, and all the morbid conditions of t
saddle or harness.
tho digestive organs. By insuring perfect
KUBLI A WTLSON.
digestion and a proper flow of bile, it in
sures pure blood, a vigorous circulation,
the prompt discharge of all waste mat
New Store! New Goods! I and
ter from the system.
NEW FIRM I NEW GOODS 11
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE,
New Prices at Ashland, Or.
C ast T hem O ut .—If there are any dis
eases which deserve the name demoniac,
Dyspepsia is one of them. It racks and tears
LINTS BRICl BOLDING, CALIFORNIA St., tho system like a veritable fiend, and
renders Hfo a hurden. The medicines of
. tho Dispensary will not expel it. Cast it
■ out with Dr. Walker'# Vegetable Vinegar Bit-
I ter#. There is no form of indigestion or
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, | liver complaint that can withstand this |w>-
i tent tonic and alterative. The newly dis
covered California roots an«l herbs, from
i which it is prepared, are of moro value to
mankind than all tho gold of the Pacific
JOHN A. BOYER,
J. M. McCALL A CO.
received and are still
receiving the largest and best aeleoted
«fork of roods ever before offered to the
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
public. The stock consists of
FANCY & STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
A LWAYSON H AND THE BEST STOCK
<>t Patent and Iloino-ni i le Rifle and
Shot Guns, siugl«» and double; Revolvers
of th«! latest patents; Po«’krt Pistols, neat,
small and powerful ; Derringers, the latest
ami best ; also, tho l>c -t Powder and Pow
der Flasks ; Huntiiur an<l pocket knifes of
tho best brands; ail sorts of Shot and
Pouches ; Cap;. W:vls and everything in
the Sportsman’s lino.
He will also keep a full lino of SHELF
HARDWARE, Nailsand Rope of all kinds
and sizes. ('ar|x»nters' and Wagon-Makers.
Tools, a complete ass«>rtinent of Table an«l
P«x»kot Cn'lerv. together with a full supply
ot Paints, Oils, Varnishes. Glass, etc".
The above goods arc all of the best qual
ity, and will be sold
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
New guns made to or«ler, and rejviiring
promptly done and in good style. All or
ders filled with dispatch.
LARGE STOCK î NEW GOODS
Gentlemen’s and Boys’ Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
IRON and STEEL,
HARDWARE AND CROCKERT,
Horse Shoes, Nails, Etc^ etc.
Prices to Suit the Times!
Three Thousand Bushels of Wheat, in ex
change for goods. Highest prices paid, and
Goods sold at Cash rates.
T#' Please give us a call and con vinre yonr-
McCALL A CO.
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND PIPES,
FRUITS IN SEASON,
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES.
HOTEL A RESTAURANT,
CHEAP FOR CASH!
Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall,
i LIVETIY STABLE
RODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
Plea--* give me a call.
Jacksonville, August 5, 1874,
Oregon St., Jacksonville,
J. W. MANNING A R. L. ISH, Propr’s.
undersigned has just re -
turncil from San Fran«’isco, where he
! has purchased the most complete assort
ment of General Merchandise ever brought
to this market, and is now receiving the 3f A 1)^4 .VE HOLT.
aving just received a new same. Having paid cash lor my good* and
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car bought them cheap, I intend selling them
riages, wc are now prepared to furnish our
CHEAP FOR THE CASH.
And examine his Full and Elegant Stock of patronsand the public generally with as
I take country produce in exchange for
goods, nnd also sell to good men on timo
on as reasonable terms as any other house
HE MADAME TAKES TUTS METHOD
n the county ; but I intend to make the
of tendering her thanks to the public for-
TOBACCO, PIPES AND CIGARS,
cash trade a specialty, and any one that has
the patronage which has hitherto been ex
horses hired to go to any part of the country. cash to pav for goods will find it to their in
tended to her, and would respectfully solicit
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses terest to give mo a call before purchasing.
broke to work single or double. Horses
R. B. HARGADINE.
Her tables are always’under her Immedi
boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon
Ashland, May 11, 1875.
Candie» and Nut» of Every De»cription, them
ate control ; anti by her long experience in-
while in our charge.
the business she feels confident that she wfir
^"OUR TERMS ARE REASONABLE. MRS. M. E. J. FENTON, give entire satisfaction to all. Her beds an<t
rooms are fitted up in the most comfortable
TOYS, YANKEE NOTIONS, BTC., ETC.
style, suited to the accommodation of single
A liberal share of the public patronage is
necupants or families. Her beds are al ways
MANNING A ISH.
There was a grand celebration on the 17th
kept clean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS
of the centennial anniversary of the battle
verything sold at reasona -
LAGER ! LAGER ! !
of Bunker Hill at Boston and Charlestown.
OREGON STREET, JACKSONVILLE.
ble rates. Give me a call and judge for
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
There was a review by Governor Gaston of
the entire body of militia. The greatest en
nE QUARTERLY EXAMINATION OF
THE EAGLE BREWERY. tylish pattern hats , new ,
thusiasm, however, was on the appearance
All Kinds of Job Printing
applicants for Teachers’ Certificates for
ot the troops from New York, Philadelphia,
neat and nobby. Ladies will find it
Jackson county, Oregon, will be held in
greatly to their advantage to call before Jacksonville on
Baltimore and Charleston, South Carolina.
he proprietor , jos . wetterer , purchasing elsewhere.
In the military line of review there wero NEATLY A CHEAPLY EXECUTED A
MstHrday, June 2«, 1875.
Particular attention paid to Bridal Hats,
has now on hand and is constantly man
20,000 troops. Generals Sherman, Bumside
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern Wreaths, etc. Now is the time to prepare
Those desiring Certificates will take due
and Hawley were present, also Vice-Presi
Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to for the Fourth. Orders from the country notice thereof and govern themselves ac
dent Wilson and many other notables. An
solicited at her residence on Oregon street. cordingly.
suit purchasers. Call and teat tne article,
H. C. FLEMING,
oration * as delivered by General De ven«.
Jacksonville, May 21, 1875,
The Times Office.
County School Superintendent.
SHOULD NOT FAIL TO CALL SOON ON