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K. K. KKAMES.
C iietco W agon R oad .—The affairs ' 1776.
finally turned into dropsy. Resquiet-
1875. T. G. REAMES.
of the Chetco Wagon Road Company !
cat in pace.
Democratic primaries on tho 17 th.
Judge Prim and Messrs. II. K. Han are gradually assuming a practical
FRIDAY................................ JULY 2, 1875.
na, James D. Fay and E. B. Watson, shape, and earnest efforts towards com- j
(Successors to White A Martin J
Mrs. Briggs returned home last Fri left for Linkville Friday afternoon, to pleting this road will doubtless soon •
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
be in attendance on the Circuit Court bo made. The incorporation of the
Gen. P. Rowell A Co....................New York.
Quincy A. Brooks, of Linkville, which commenced last Monday. They
N. M. PetÜngillA Po.................. New York. I
I*ai>. L. Green................. Josephine Connfv. I is in Salem.
were accompanied by John Slagle and persons from each county through
('has. Hliebes............................. Kerbyville j
Senator Mitchell passed through Stephen Booth. J. R. Neil started which this road will pass having
Ben Havinond............................. Rook Point ■
acknowledged and executed tho ar CELEBRATION!
, P. Fisher.............................San Francisco. '
the day before.
Thos. Boyce............................. San Francisco | town last week.
Rowell A t'hesinan..........................St. Louis I C. C. Beekman has returned from a
W. M. Turner and N. Langell have
Qua. A. Winckler................................ Yreka i
son—John E. Ross, John O’Brien, W.
JACKSONVILLE, . . OREGON.
trip to San Francisco.
Hon. W. W. Fidler, of Josephine, ernment land in the region' of Lost Thornton, W. A. Forgey ; Curry—II. The OVERBECK GROVE.
| river. They have secured the services
M. F. C hurch .—Relieions services every
of J. S. Howard and party, who start G. Bonham, A. F. Miller, Alvin
Sunday, at the usual hours, bv the Rever
Haying is about over and harvest
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY OF LOW PRICES WILL WIN
ed for the scene of their labors Wednes Cooley. We learn that great interest rpHE
end* J. R. N. Bell. .1. S. McCain and M. A.
L this County have unanimously agreed
will commence ere long.
day, accompanied by tho contractors, is being taken in the enterprise by the ' to celebrate (he 99th Anniversary of Ameri
C atholic C hurch .—Divine Services ev
Tho July term of tho County Court and expect to be gone about three citizens of Josephine and Curry, sev-I can Independence in grand and appropriate
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa
style at the Overbeck Grove on Saturday,
commences next Monday.
era! signifying their intention of tak- July 3d, 1875.
he undersigned take pleas -
ure in notifying their friend* and th*
M. E. S unday S chool .—Rotnilar meetings
ing $1,000 of stock, and others in les
Wilbur F. Cornell has returned to
ORDER OF EXERCISES.
public generally that they have nurchased
W. T. Jones, a tramp blacksmith,
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
ser sums. Jackson county will not ’’’Procession will form on the Grounds at the stock of White A Martin, and are now
C atholic S uxpay S chool .— Regular the Beaver creek cinnabar mines.
who last week applied at the printing
9:30 o’clock a . m ., under the lead of D. D. M. receiving and opening a very large, exten
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
sive and well-selected assortment of
offices in town for work, is seriously
lecture in town Wednesday evening. I missed by the proprietor of tho Rose
Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. M. Peterson.
P 0. REGISTER AND TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
Reading of Declaration of Independence
A. C. Jones, Esq., of Albany, is at burg Plaindealer. He left that section
by J. D. Fountain.
Ftnire* leave .Jacksonville a« follows ;
Music by the Glee Club.
For Rock Point, Grant’s Pass and Rose- ; present sojourning with us for the ben with some money he had fraudulently spared in making it an ultimate suc
Reading of Grange Declaration by D. S.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
burg, every dav at 8:30 a. in. Mail closes at ■ efit of his health.
j collected from tho subscribers of that
cess. It ought to be built by the citi National Anthem.
8 a. m.
A post office has been established at paper, and although efforts were
For Phoenix. Ashland, Yreka and Red-I
Oration by Prof. J. II. Skidmore.
California & Salem Cloths and Blankets,
ding, California, every day at 2:30 p. m. Barren, in this county, with James ' made by Mr. Byars to arrest him, he zens of these three counties, and doubt
Music by the Choir.
Mad closes nt 2 p. m.
less will be. If it is, a large amount Announcement of Dinner by D. D. M.
escaped. He is on his way South.
For Apnlegnte, Kerbyville, Waldo and Tyler as Postmaster.
of money will be kept at home, the Buick.
Crescent Citv. every Monday and Thursday
The DINNER will represent the fat of
Unity Temple No. 2, I. O. G. T., of
morning at 4 o’clock. Mail closes at 8 p. ni.
toll will be lower and it will be better the land, and be the best ever offered to the
the preceding evening.
people of Southern Oregon. The grounds AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
The mail for Central Point, Table Rock,
for the people in every instance.
will be neatly and appropriately fitted up,
Facie Point, Brownsl»omngh and Sam's Wednesday evening.
and no pains will bo spared bv the Commit
Valley, leaves every Friday morning ;
make the affair a grand success.
J. A. Cardwell will leave to-day for as is well known, contains two print
closes the preceding evening.
T he E lizabeth L edge .—Rock tee No to intoxicating
Hats and Caps,
drinks will be allowed on
The mail for Linkville, Hot Springs, Yai- Douglas county, taking with him the
but those who wish to put up
nax and Lake City, leaves Ashland everv ,
stands for the sale of cool drinks, native
Mondav morning. For Linkville every fine Vermont stallion, “Mike.”
ing all ordinary work in good shape Francisco by C. C. Beckman, and sub wines, lemonade, candies, notions, etc., may LADIES, CHILDREN A MISSES SHOES.
Mondav Thursday and Fndav mornings.
so by making the necessary arrange
What is the reason the proceedings and at reasonable rates. Notwithstand jected to a mill test, makes a showing of do
Money Order Other open from 9 a. in. to
with the committee.
5 p. in.
over $21 a ton. Mr. Klippel thinks that
invitation is extended to all.
O ffice Horn*—From 7 a. m.to7p. m ;
Generally is Expected I
Sundays, 39 minutes after arrival of staves. been forwarded for publication ?
a local entertainment is to come off in not reliable, as the rock pays $13 by
We have also in connection with the above
Mail matter must be in on time or It will
a very large and fine stock of choice
The citizens of Foots creek and vi
Marshal of the Dav, Gen. John E. Ross.
M ax M uller , P. M.
Assistant Marshals, I. W. Berry, John Size
cinity will celebrate the Fourth to of encouraging home industry, send portion of the quicksilver is lost and of more,
Dolph Carlton, Wm. Ray, E.E. Gore, GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, QUEENS-
Dcnaocrntlc Comity Committee.
their Job printing to Yreka, taKingthe course much gold with It. The ore is re Thos. Wright.
morrow with appropriate exercises.
fractory, but the proprietors of the ledge
WARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
A meeting of the member* of the Demo- ,
The interest on several notes belong money out of the country and throw
cratic County Central Committee i* hereby
ing it into circulation in a town always believe they can now overcome the
PAINTS, OILS, NAII a S, WIN
Al. Rose, Miss Alice Gray, — Cliff,
called for Tuesday, July 6, 1875, for the pur ing to the School Fund is now due, entirely alienated from Ashland, and difficulty, which, if successful, will Colver,
DOW GLASS, CAST AND
pose of apportioning the numbers of dele which should be settled, to save trouble.
greatly increase the bullion product, i On Pittance— Jacob Ish. Arthur Wilson,
gate* each precinct will have in the ensuing
Samuel Colver, Mrs. J. E. l’lymale, Mrs.
STEEL PLOWS, WOOD
C. W. Kahler, Esq., of this place,
present is endeavoring to secure a mail | An experiment with some tailings of R. M. McDonough, Mrs. John Colman.
County Convention, and for the transaction
On Dinner— General Superintendent, Mrs.
EN AND WILLOW
of any other business that may come before has been elected Vice President of the service from thereto LinKville, to the the ledge this week, revealed the: Ellen
Ish ; Mrs. Hannah Jones. Mrs. Clark
the meeting for consideration.
Mrs. Conrad Mingus, Mrs. D. S. K.
detriment of the Ashland route and presence of considerable quicksilver. Taylor,
HENRY KLIPPEL, Chairman.
David R. Jones, after a several Ashland itself. The JacKsonville pa containing quite a springing of gold, i
Mrs. J. N. T. Miller, Mrs. John Cardwell,
JacKsonville, June 30, 1875.
month’s sojourn with us, started for his pers, with their extended circulation
Mrs. Thomas Wright.
Additional Committee on Dinner— Mrs. J.
We are now ready to sell anything in ear
T he B all .—At a meeting of the
O'Brien, Mrs. L. Chappel, Mrs. E. E. Top line at lowest cash prices. Persons wishing
F ireworks .—John A. Boyer has home east of the mountains on Sun in that place and vicinity, have from
young men of Jacksonville, held Mon- , ping, Mrs. Dolph Carlton, Mrs. Jeff. Tyr to buy goods will find it greatly to their ad
time to time inserted gratuitous no
just received a complete and first-class il ay
Mrs. O. Ganiard, Mrs. John Sizemore, vantage tn examine our stock before pur
day night, arrangements were perfect- j rell,
Wirtz, Mrs. Harvev Oatman, Mrs. M. chasing elsewhere, as we are determined not
supply of fireworks for the Fourth, con-
Hobart Taylor, James Mc to be undersold by any house in Jackson
ai-tini? of rockets, roman can Iles, etc., ness tour to various points in Lake more good than all the posters and ad- Veit’s Hall next Monday evening. ! Donough, Wm. Simpson, j. A. Grieve, Sam county.
March, Job” Dollarhide.
^fiCGive us a call, and then Judge for
of all sizes, which will ho sold at rea county. lie will be gone several 1 vertisements in the YreKa papers,
A. D. HELMAN, Chairman.
as to our capacity tn fnrni«h goods
with their small circulation, could do,
W. J. P lymale , Sec’y.
sonable rates. Call and see them.
r7 RF.AMES BROS.
Jacksonville, Feb. 12, 1875.
S. Plymale, formerly of this place, and yet the latter have always re ed, and no pains will be spared to make
the affair a success. The Orme brothers I
N otice .—County Scrip will be ta but now of Portland, has received a
ceived the pecuniary benefits thereof.
ken at par in payment on accounts patent on a dynamic wrench of his in
Life is Sweet.
We haven’t lost any sleep over the and Fred. Ltiy will furnish the best of
due the late firm of Hull A Nickell. 1 vention.
affair, and don’t propose to. It is an music, while Mrs. Horne will prepare The blood is the life of tho human system.
Also all those indebted to the T imes
the supper in her usual excellent man Keep it pure and all is well ; tor this pur
Rockwell A Hurlburt will give ex affair amounting to little, but it does
office under the present management
ner. Everybody Is invited to attend. pose no standard medicine has had so uni HOTEL Sc RESTAURAMT,
hibitions of their trained horses and seem passing strange why this should
form and amazing success as Dr. Henley's
<nn pay in the same way and at the
Celebrated I. X. L. Hitters. This is a pure
J udgment R endered .—In the Cir stimulant,
medicated with the finest tonics
Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall,
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and we only write this article to illus cuit Court last week, in the case of W. and alteratives which the vegetable kingdom
T emperance L ectcre .— W. O. I
affords ; and is the only preparation at pres
of the matter.
The weather has been warm, the trate the principle
K. Ish vs. 1). R. Jones, a dissolution of ent known which thoroughly meets the
Clark, who organized Oregon Division
emergency. The ethal of this popular re
mercury approaching 90° and upwards
T iie F ourth .—To-morrow the 99th partnership was granted and judg storative is contiguous. Each dose taken
No. 1, Sons and Daughter* of Tem
in the shade. It has turned cold again, anniversary of the declaration of our ment rendered in favor of the defend invigorates the vital energies and the brain,
perance, in this place, will lecture on
and its prolonged use will unquestionably
cure any case ot debility, or mental torpid
Temperance at the M. E. Church next
ity that does not arise from organic causes MADAME HOLT.
A number of colts have died in this propriate manner at the Overheck
Sunday evening. Everybody is in
beyond the reac,. of medicine. It is in the
vicinity within the past few weeks. Grove, under the auspices of the Pa partnership property. This case has strictest sense of tho word, an invigorating
vited to attend.
and regulating cordial. If the nerves are
The reason of their death seems to be trons of Husbandry. An excellent been on trial almost three years.
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tremulous and relaxed, it braces them ; if
I. O. R. M. E lection .—At a regu a quandary.
the liver is torpid it promotes activity in that
programme of exercises will be ob-
HE MADAME TAKES THIS METHOD
the appetite is poor and digestion a
lar meeting of Oregonian-Pocahontas
of tendering her thanks to the public for
D. W. Crosby, left for San Lean i served, which will doubtless be ren ing new goods, and have one of the slow and painful operation, it creates a rel
the natronage which has hitherto been ex-
ish for food and enables the stomach to con
Tribe No. 1, held June 29th, the follow dro, Cal., Monday, where, we learn, dered in the best possible manner. It
vert it into healthful aliment. Moreover, it | tended to her, and would respectfully solicit
ing officers were elected for the ensuing he will enter the employ of John No is their intention to have the finest din most complete and best assortments of is a specific for a large number of ailments, its continuance.
Her tables are always under her immedi
general merchandise ever brought to some of which are particularly prevalent in
term : P. I). Pardons, Sachem ; E. B. 1 land, formerly of this place.
ner ever served in Southern Oregon, Southern Oregon. “Quick sales and the damp and chilly weather which we so ate control ; and by her long experience in
Watson, S. S.; C. NV. Savage, J. S ; II.
experience in mid-winter. Among the business she feels confident that she will
which will be furnished free of charge. small profits” is their motto, and those [ often
be mentioned rheumatism,chills give entire satisfaction to all. Her beds and
K. Hanna, C. of R ; A. Fisher, K. of
all the morbid conditions of rooms are fitted up in the most comfortable
NV.; E. D. Foudray, F. C.; David cisco this week, and left for Fort Klam the celebration worthy of the occasion, desiring anything in their line will be the digestive organs. Bv insuring perfect style, suited to the accommodation of single
digestion and a proper flow of bile, it in occupants or families. Her beds are always
ath Wednesday, accompanied by his
accommodated at the lowest rates. *
sures pure blood, a vigorous circulation, kept clean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
sisters, Misses Ida and Carrie Beach. and all are invited
and the prompt discharge of all waste mat
etition for P ardon .—A peti ter from the system.
T he F ourth at K erbyville .—
D emocratic P rimaries and C on
L. F. Allen, of Applegate, arrived
We last week unintentionally neglect
O ut .—If there are any dis
from I^ake county Saturday, whence vention .—Hon. Henry Klippel, Chair
ed to state that the citizensof Josephine
for the pardon of Mrs. Caroline Briggs, eases which deserve the name demoniac^
he, with others, drove a band of cattle man of the Democratic County Com
Dyspepsia is one of them. It racksand tears
is now in circulation in different por the
county propose celebrating the Fourth
system like a veritable fiend, and
from this and Josephine county some mittee, informs us that the recommen
tions of Southern Oregon. Copies of the renders lifo a burden. The medicines of
of July at Kerbyvile with a basket
Cbr. California & 4'h Sts.
dations of the State Central Committee
the Dispensary will not expel it. Cast it
picnic. Appropriate exercises will l>e ,
out with Dr. Walker's Vegetable Vinegar Hit
will without doubt be endorsed. The
There is no form of indigestion or
had. Kerbyville Grange will partici- ' Ice has made its appearance, and the Democratic* primaries will therefore town, and those desiring to sign their ters.
that can withstand this po
tent tonic and alterative. The newly dis
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RK-
pate. A boll will be given in the most delicious iced drinks are now be held in the various precincts on 1 names thereto can do so.
covered California roots and herbs, from
spectfully inform their friends and the
evening, and no pains spared to make
which it is prepared, are of more value to
public generally that they have purchased
mankind than all the gold of the Pacific the above establishment, which will be
the whole affair a successful and pleas Pape and Webb & Jones, which are vention on Wednesday, July 21st. ■ S elling O ut .—Ben Sachs, desir- j States.
henceforth conducted under their constant
antone. All are invited to attend.
personal supervision, and they guarantee
I will sell his complete and first-class '
satisfaction to all who may favor them with
The “Dolly Varden” or Independ
T he F ruit Citor.—From all ap ent Shite Central Committee has called and be on hand.
i stock of goods at cost and freight for
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These stables are centrally located, and
pearances, the fruit crop in this sec a meeting for July 15th, at Portland,
within convenient distance of the various
O ats W anted .—Sealed proposals ' cash. Those indebted are requested
houses of public entertainment. Horses
tion will be a large one.- The contin M.- Hanley is the memtier for this will be received at the office of the O. to settle. See his advertisement else4 KIVKTIY ST A BT.K and
mules will be boarded and cared for at
uous cold weather has kept all kinds county and Jos. TuflTt for Josephine.
charges. They have one of the
A C. Stage Company in Jacksonville
finest stocks in Oregon, south of
back, however, especially grapes. The
until 12 m . July 10, 1875, for the de
Oregon St., Jacksonville,
or S alem .—Sheriff Manning and
late unusual frost a short time since !
livery of oats at the following stations: I Martin Angel started for Salem last
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
did but slight damage, as the fruit
J. W. MANNING <t R. L. ISH, Propr’s.
With single or double teams, for hire on rea
w’as too large to be injured much, and last week, and left for Lake county i bushels at Casey’s ; 2,000 bushels at Saturday, having in charge Lockhart I
sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses
and Mules, which will be hired to go to any
there will be enough for all purposes. Friday. We learn that they have Cole’s; 1,500 bushels at Jacksonville. and Ah Hoo, who will reside at tho 1
of the country at moderate rates.
Penitentiary for the next few years.
aving just received a new part
The present warm weather is doing some relation to the case of the Brown
bought and sold, and broke to
T rial of tiie B rown B rothers .
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car saddle or harness.
much towards ripening the different brothers.
____________ MARRI CD._____________
riages, we are now prepared to furnish our 29tf.
KUBLI A WILSON.
Ed. Pennirg, of Linkville, was in —From Chas. Griffith, who left Link COX—HOUGHTON—In Jacksonville. June | patrons tyid the public generally with as
varieties, some of which will be in
town this week. He reports every ville early Tuesday morning, we learn
29th 1875, Joseph E. Cox to Miss Nancy '
New Store ! New Goods !
that the Circuit Court is in full blast. -E. Houghton, all of Jackson county.
T he B riggs C ase .—The motion
As can be had on tho Pacific Coast. Saddle
more travel has passed through that But little trouble seems to be experi
hired to go to any part of the country.
for stay of Judgment and new trial
BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses
JOHN A. BOYER,
place during the past few months than enced in procuring a jury, as eight per
broke to work single or double. Horses
made by the defendant’s counsel in
boarded, and tho best of care bestowed upon
LINN’S BRICK BUILDING, CALIFORNIA St.,
is doubtless under way ere this.
this case, after being urged, was de
them while in our charge.
FOURTH of JULY BALL!
nied by His Honor, Judge Prim.
jriTOUR TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
O fficers E lected .—At a regular
Mrs. Briggs was then sentenced to five
garrison, have challenged the Ashland meeting of JacKsonville Lodge No. 10.,
AT VEIT’S HALL,
z\ liberal share of the public patronage is GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
years in the Penitentiary and to pay
MANNING A ISH.
B. B. Club and Greenhorn Club of I. O. 0. F., held on the evening of
a fine of $25, and the costs of the case.
Yreka to a friendly match, for a ball, June 26th, the following officers were MONDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1875.
Her counsel gave notice of an appeal to
LAGER ! LAGER !!
to lie played at their grounds at tho elected for the ensuing term : John
the Supreme Court, and also asked
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND PIPES,
Miller, N. G.; Sol. Sachs* V. G.; T. B.
Fort within six weeks.
that defendant be allowed bail until
Wm. Bybee, Treasurer.
F loor M anagers :
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
Hon. O. B. McFadden, late Delegate Kent, R. S.; -------
FRUITS IN SEASON,
said appeal had been decided, which
J. A. Callender, Robt. A. Miller, Sol. Sachs,
S entenced .—Ah Hoo, convicted of
Ed. J. F. Homo, Chas. NicKell.
was granted by the Court. Tho bonds to Congress from Washington Terri
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES.
rilHE PHOPKIETOR, JOS. WETTEREH,
the larceny of a watch, was last Fri
were fixed at $8,000, which were pro
1 has now on baud and is constantly man
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern
cured, Isaac Thompson and Lawrence early days, died in Olympia last week. day sentenced by Judge Prim to three
RODUCE TAKEN TN EXCHANGE
ood music and supper will Oregon, which be will sell in quantities to
Plca-.e give me a call. _
Leonard becoming Mrs. Briggs’ sure He had been ailing with inflammatory years’ imprisonment in the Peniten-
be provided. Tickets $3.00,
suit purchasers. Call and test tne article.
Jackson\ filo, Aujru4 •>, J874,
j rAT E v ervbody is invited to attend.
ties, and she was released from custody. rheumatism for some time, which ■ tiary.
She ^Imcrrntii Simes.
FOURTH OF JULY
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,