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FRIDAY,........................... AUGUST 13, 1875.
The game law is out for this season.
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
Harvesting is approaching its close.
Gen. P. Rowell A Co..................... New York.
Matrimonial market rather quiet at
S. M. Pettingill A Co................... New York.
1 Hin. L. Green........... .... Josephine County.
Uhas. Hughes........... ................... Kerbvville present.
Ben Havinond.......... ................... Rock Point
John Miller will receive lots of new
!.. P. Fisher,............ ............ San Francisco.
Tho«. Bovee............... .............. San Francisco goods to-morrow.
Rowell A Chesman... ....................... St. Louis
Work on the Masonic building is
Gm. A. Winckler...... ................................... Yreka
A. W. Sturges has our thanks for a
M. E. C htrch .—Relicions services every supply of fine peaches.
Riindav. st the usual hours, bv the Rever
The weather continues warm and
end* J. R. N. Roll. J. S. McCain and M. A.
the atmosphere smoky.
C atiioi . ic (’iirnrii.—Divine Services ev
From present indications, no County
ery Sunday. at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa
Fair will be held this year.
M. E. S unday Scnnor,.—Regular meetings
A pleasant party occurred at Mrs.
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
C atholic S unday S chool . — Regular ‘ Horne’s last Wednesday evening.
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
The petition for the pardon of Mrs.
Briggs has been filed in the Governor’s
P. 0. REGISTER ANO TRAVELER S GUIDE.
Stages leave Jacksonville as follows :
Peaches, plums, watermelons and
For Rock Point. Grant’s Pass and Rose- '
burg, every day at 8:30 a. m. Mail closes at other fruits are slowly coming into
For Ph<enix. Ashland. Yreka and Red market.
ding. California, every day at 2:30 p. in.
Morrell’s Minstrels showed to a fair
Mail closes at 2 p. ni.
For Apnlegate, Kerbvville. Waldo and audience in Ryan’s building Saturday
Crescent Citv. every Mondav and Thursday
morning at I o’clock. Mail closes at 8 p. ni. evening.
the preceding evening.
The Patrons of Husbandry JFill Co.
The mail for Central Point, Table Rock, i
Eagle Point. Brownsltoroneh and Sam’s are ready to grind on exchange. See
Valiev, leaves every Friday morning ;
closes the preceding evening.
The mail for Linkville, Hot Springs, Yai- •
We learn that the talkcd-of match
nax and Rake Citv, leaves Ashland every
Mondav morning. For T.inkville every j race between two well-known horses
Mondav Thursday and Friday mornings.
Money Order Office open from 9 a. m. to I will not come off.
5 p. m. *
Dr. L. T. Davis, formerly of this
O ffice Horns—From 7 a. m. to J p. m ; !
Snndavs, 30 minutes after arrival of stages, j place, but now of Windsor, Cal., has
Mail matter must be in on time or it will i
M ax M uller , P. M.
our thanks for favors.
A place for hitching horses and
H enry W arren , of Yamhill, has
mules, in some convenient and proper
been nominated for Congress by the
location, seems necessary.
Jf. Hanley proposes having a large
N otice .—County Scrip will be ta- ! and handsome dwelling erected, the
ken nt par in payment on accounts foundation of which is already being
due the late firm of Hull A Nickell. laid.
Also all those indebte I to the T imes
E. F. Lewis and S. Campbel! left
office under the present management
last week for Rogue river, where, we
can pay in the same way and at the
learn, they propose mining some of
the bars of the same.
G ranger ’ s S tore .—The Patrons
The supply of ice has almost given
of Husbandry propose starting a store out, and the public will have to dis
in Ashland before long, and have al pense entirely with that luxury In a
ready finished the foundation of the few days.
We are informed they will
Walter Jackson, a brother of Dr.
have a complete stock of general mer
Jackson, of this place, is on his way to
chandise, and propose selling at a slight
this county from the Willamette with
advance on cost.
How true it is will
a band of sheep.
l>e known hereafter.
General Howard has ordered all the
T own E lection .—The election to I remains of soldiers buried hastily in
till the vacancy in the Board of Trus the Lava Beds to be removed for rein
tees, caused by the removal ol Henry terment with honors of war at Fort
Judge, occurred last Wednesday and Klamath.
passed ofT very quietly, but few votes
Wm. M. Landrum, of the firm of
being polled. The saloons were closed
Landrum A Rogers, Watsonville, Cal.,
according to law. The following is the
is now in the county with a band of
Win. Hoffman, 38; John
about 2,400 Angora goats, bound for
Bilger, 17 ; Max Muller, 2; IT. L.
A heavy wind-storm prevailed
D emocratic C lub at L inkville . Wednesday afternoon, which blew
—A Democratic Club was organized several trees down along Rogue river
at Link vile last week, which will re and other localities. Little, if any fur
ceive further mention hereafter. By ther damage, was done.
this it will lie seen that the Democracy
A traveling lottery held forth at the
of Lake county are already active. “New State” last Saturday, which
The nomination of the Hon. L. F. seemed to be well patronized. Some
Lane gives the utmost satisfaction persons won small coin prizes, but, as
«here, ami he will not only receive usual, the engineer got away with con
every Democratic vote cast, but will siderable more.
also get some Republican and Inde-
At the Eastern Oregon and Wash
|<endent votes. Some Republicans
ington Territory, M. E. Conference,
make no secret of the fact that they
held recently, Rev. James Harer was
intend voting for Mr. Lane.
appointed minister to reside at Yainax,
I ndians F ound .—Last week, while Lake county. Klamath and Goose
II. S. Dunlap and John Young were Lake will be supplied in the future.
digging the cellar for M. Hanley’s new
Wm. Bybee’s thresher has been
house, they dug up the remains of two busily engaged for some time past in
Indians. The lionea appeared to be various portions of the county, but is
those of large individuals, and were now completing its labors. Mr. Bybee
very brittle, having evidently been de had thirty men constantly employed,
posited there at an early day. Mr. and threshed a large quantity of grain.
Hanley’s farm is the site of an old In Other threshers have also been bus>.
dian burying ground, and the remains
M an F ound D ead .—Last Sunday
oi red men have on other occasions evening, while G. W. Frey was hunt
been exhumed. It is supposed by ing on Jackson creek, he discovered a
some that a chief was at one time man dead on his face below a bank
buried in that region, and with him some distance from the road and about
several of the fifty-dollar slugs rather
a mile from town, not far from the resi
abundant in the times of gold ; but dence of John Citnborsky. The body
no one has as yet been fortunate was allowed to remain, and JZr. Frey
enough to find the location.
reported his discovery in town. It
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S erious F ire .—About 150,000 feet
of sugar pine lumber, owned by Bee
son, Slosson A Co., of the Rogue River
Milla, was totally destroyed by fire on the
2d. The loss is estimated at $3,000,
which falls very heavy on the losers.
It was with the greatest difficulty and
only by the strenuous exertions of Mr.
Slosson, who arrived while the fire
w ’ ha in progress, that the mill was
saved. The fire originated from one
of the mill hands carelessly setting a
pile of slabs afire, which rapidly com
municated to the lumber and destroyed
it The firm has met with a series of
misfortunes since they constructed the
mill but with commendable energy
they propose starting to work imme
diately and retrieve their losses.
was supposed that the dead man was
a person known as Rancheria Clark, as
he left Wetterer’s brewery at about 9
o’clock on the evening of July 31st,
leaving his horse, since which time he
had not been seen. He was somewhat
intoxicated at the time, and it appears
that while in this state he wandered up
Jackson creek and fell from the bank,
dislocating his neck. Coroner Inlow
empaneled a jury the next day, who
returned a verdict substantially as
above. Clark has a family, who were
sent for after he was Identified.
P robate C ourt .—In the Probate
Court on Saturday, the 7tb, P. J. Ryan
was granted an order to sell personal
property belonging to the estate of
Daniel McMahon, deceased.
LAKE COUNTY ITEMS.
county court proceeding «.
J urors .—The following is the list
of 100 regular jurors drawn for the en
suing year at the session of the County
Court last week :
Albert Alford, Lewis Ash, Marcus
Armstrong, Lindsey Applegate, Henry
Ammerman, E. M. Briggs,Ed ward Bel
linger, Thomas Bickmore, J. B. Bun
yard, T. J. Bell, C. F. Blake, D. P.
Britain, Levi Broadsword, Robert
Bannister, James Buckley, John Buck-
ley, Rial Benedict, D. N. Birdseye,
T. L. Beck, John H. Breeding, Wal
lace Bishop, Welborn Beeson, Thomas
Beall, Peter Boschey, Joseph Blatt,
Henry R. Brown, George Browr,
Peter Britt, R. J. Cameron, S. A. Carl
ton, Henry Cromer, George Cooksey,
John Cardwell, J. C. Campbell, Josiah
Crump, Andrew Cantral, John Cole
man, Isaac Constant, Wm. Chambers,
Jr., Joseph Crain, Chris. H. Caldwell,
Daniel Cronemiller, J. A. Carter, Sam-
uel Colver, James A. Cardwell, An-
drew Davison. Thomas G. Dews, An-
derson Darneil, Jesse Dodge, J. C.
Durkee, F. W. Ewing, II. S. Emery,
J. M. Fountain, George Fordyce, Al-
fred Gordon, William Gregory, Wm.
W. Gage, Oscar Ganiard, Orson Gil
bert, Fred. Grobe, Benjamin Hard
man, James Hamlin, James Helms,
Asher D. Heald, Edward Hendricks,
James M. Hoxie, James Ivory, Jacob
Ish, W. A. Johnson, Georgo A. Jack-
son, Henry Klippel, Tobias L. Link-
swiler, W. F. Lever, Abram Louden,
G. W. Lance, David Linn, W. E. Mor
rison, Thomas McAndrews, Dennis
Murphy, F. W. Myer, Thomas Mee,
William M. Miller, Frank Miller, C. C.
McClendon, John W. Mills, Wm. M.
Mathies, Conrad Mingus, J. M. Mans
field, John Miller, Morris Mensor, J.
M. McCall, Lewis Neil, John Nichols,
Chauncey Nye, Frederick Otten, W. J.
Plymale, Reuben B. Perry, William
Ray, George W. Ratrie, Nicholas
august term .
L inkville , August 8th.
Officers present—Hon. E. B. Wat
Hot and dusty.
Odd Fellowi Building, Jaekiwllle, OrtgM,
The hay crop is lighter this season
Houston, Commissioners ; J. W. Man
DEALER A W0R «3 nr
Nourse A Miller are constructing a ning, Sheriff; E. D. Foudray, Clerk,
by S. J. Day, Deputy.
race course near Linkville.
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, eU.
Petition of W. A. Childers, County
The prospect» for a railroad through
Assessor, for extension of time in
this eastern country are rather en
which to complete assessment of coun
ty, granted, and time extended to the
Ferree A Swan have commenced first Monday in October.
work on their hay and straw contract
In tho matter of the taxes due Jack-
at Fort Klamath.
son county from Lake, and the ex
Lake Majesty seems to be the at penses of keeping the Brown brothers
tractive point for pleasure-seekers and from January 23, 1875, to June 21,
excursionists this summer.
1875. It appearing that the sum of
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES,
The Southern Oregon Wagon Road, $1,GG6.18 being the amount due Jack-
under the supervision of Hon. E. C. son county from Lake for State taxes,
Mason, is being greatly improved. and that there is also due Jackson
A severe frost a few nights since in county $556.40 on account of said
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Alkali Valley and other localities in Brown brothers, it was ordered that
proximity injured gardens to a consid the County Clerk furnish County Court
Fuse and Caps,
Montague, Chief Engineer for the • aforesaid indebtedness, together with
Central Pacific, says that a railroad a request from this Court that said
; Wooden and Willow Ware,
route crossing the Cascades from Rogue County Court of Lake take such action
as will cause the settlement of said
River Valley is impracticable.
sums in accordance w ith law.
From an authentic source we learn
The proceedings of Henry Klippel,
that a road will be built from Winne
PAINTS OILS VARNISHES, GLASS
acting as County Clerk and agent of
mucca, following the Military Road to
County Poor, in the matter of Charles
Eugene City ; also, that the road from
P. Harris, deceased, were approved.
Redding will extend via the Little
The report of J. W. Manning, Sher
Sacramento, Shasta valleys and up the
iff, relating to delinquent taxes, came
Shot Brushes, Chains and H om ,
Klamath river, forming a junction
on to be heard, from which it appears
with the Winnemucca and Eugene
that the sum of $943.89 is yet. delin
road at Yainax or the Big Marsh.
quent on property and poll tax, and
Lake County Court has again “flashed
that of this sum $305.39 is due from
I have secured the services of a First-clam
in the pan” in consequence of the non-
persons w’ho have left the county.
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
attendance of certain County Commis
Report accepted and approved, and
sioners. Such neglect of duty on the
ing promptly and in superior style.
Clerk ordered to make out a list of
part of said officials is shameful and an
persons delinquent with a warrant
outrage on the citizens of Lake county.
directed to the Sheriff commanding
This is not the first time that they
him to levy upon the goods and chat
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
have failed to put in appearance at
tels of said persons, and if no personal j
1 I am receiving and have constantly on
the appointed time, and it is high
a full and first-class stock of
effects be found then to levy upon real
time that some measure was taken to
estate of such delinquents, or so much
force these individuals to perform a
thereof as will satisfy the taxes so
duty which they voluntarily took upon charged.
S achs B ros , are constantly receiv DRY GOODS, Gam Boote, TOBACCO,
themselves. As it is, the organization
Jurors for the ensuing year, to the ing new goods, and have one of the
of Lake county is a farce, and deserves, number of 100, w’ere drawn.
as it is receiving, the censure and con
Bills to a small amount were au
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Eteu, Ete.
tempt of many.
O bserver .
general merchandise ever brought to
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Southern Oregon. “Quick sales and
P ersonal .—C. C. Beekman left
W hat does I t M ean ?—The Re small profits” is their motto, and those
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
yesterday for Portland, Intending to !
publicans of Lake county met in coun desiring anything in their line will be Give me a call.
be present at the grand Masonic re ty convention last week for the pur
union of the Masons of Oregon, Wash pose of electing delegates to their State accommodated at the lowest rates. *
ington and Idaho Territories, men
B eautiful W omen .—The hair is the WATCHES, CLOCKS ANO JEWELRY.
convention. The delegates from Link
tioned in the T imes a few days ago.
glory of woman.. There are few
ville, four in number, were the only
defects which cannot be remedied
Dr. Matthias and R. L. Ish returned ones present. We are informed that
by the proper disposition of the tresses.
JOHN NEVB: »,
Wednesday evening from a trip to S. B. Cranston and W. J. Small were But when the hair begins to fall out, or turn
chosen delegates to represent Lake gray, in young people, or with those in the
B. F. Dowell and J. C. Tolman left; county, and that their proxies were prime of life, there is cause for real regret.
When this is the case, HalVs Vegetable Sicil
for Salem the other day, where they 1 sent to Reuben P. Boise, of Salem. ian Hair Rmeu’er will be found to be a first
ATCHFN, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, 81L-
went as delegates to the Republican Now, Mr. Boise is one of the most class remedy, far superior, as a sound medi
verware, etc., has received a large ad
State Convention which met on the pompous and outspoken of Independ cal medium, to anything else before the
dition to his well-selected stock of Jewelry
public. It actually restores gray hair to its
ents, while the Land Offices of Oregon original color, and in the great majority of and silverware.
ELGIN AND WALTHAM,
Dr. L. Autenrieth and sister, of are generally supposed to be Mitchip- cases, causes it to grow again when it is be
Watches. Gold and Silver
Yreka, were on a visit to this place ple’s own ; hence, to an outsider, it ap coming thin. It is not like many popular Chains, all Silver
imported from the first manufac
pears that is rather a cruel joke on the preparations, a mere wash, but'a scientific turers in the East. A fine lot of SETH
discovery, indorsed and used by physicians THOMAS’
J. G. Wall and lady, of Crescent City, ' Republicans of Lake to be represented of character. Address R. P. Hall A Co.,
EIGHT-DAY WEIGHT CLOCK8.
who have been sojourning with us for i for the first time in State Convention Nashua, N. H.
Also all kinds of E ight -D at AND 30-HOtT*
C locks ; P ocket C utlery and W illow
a few days, returned home yesterday by a pronounced Dolly Varden. But,
W are of all kinds ; a new assortment of the
then, it may be that this was only a
BLAKELY—At the residence of
H. K. Hanna and A. C. Jones re portion of the programme adopted by
Wm. Bybee, on August 10th, by J. H.
Toys for the Holidays,
turned from Linkville last week.
dependent clans for the purpose of ; Almarinda E. Blakely.
P. J. Malone and family, formerly of coalescing and running a compromise
this place, passed through last week, candidate.
KLIPPEL—In this city, August 9th, to the Tn fast everything that is wanted for the hol
bound for the Willamette.
idays. A fine lot of SILVER-PLATED
wife of Hon. Henry klippel, a son.
S hooting A ffray .—The Chico
WARE of the best quality. Also a fine lot of
Judge Watson left last week on a
Music Boxes, Accordéons, Guitars, Violins, de.
visit to Empire city, accompanied by |
following account of a shooting affray WILLIAMS — In this city, August liti’,
A Fine Assortment of
Mrs. D. L. Watson.
and SMOKING TOBACCO,
which occurred at Vina, near Chico.
and Sophia A. Williams, aged two months Pipes. Pipe-stems, and anything of that
K. Kubli and J. A. Wilson returned One, and we believe both of the par
and nineteen days.
kind that may be wanted. I am also Agent
Wednesday from a visit to the Beaver ticipants, were former residents of this
for the GROVER A BAKER and FLOR
ENCE Sewing Machines, and keep them
constantly on hand. I have just received
J. M. Sutton, a former resident of
On Monday evening an altercation
the latest improved Florence, which feeds
the work FROM THE OPERATOR.
this place, but now of Portland, passed took place between A. J. Bronk and
Jewelry, Watches and Clocks cleaned
through town Tuesday on his way to and Isaac Costello, resulting in Bronk
and repaired and warranted. Also Sewing
Machines cleaned and repaired.
Ashland, where, we learn, a resident being shot in the arm and thigh. Cos
Give me a call.
of Portland and himself talk about
starting a foundry.
to Tehama county in the evening.
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B oard of T rustees .—The Board
rifling W ith B iliousness W ont D o .
of Trustees met on the evening of the Bronk had made threats against him — T
this way chronic disease is brought on. LIVERY STABLE
and he had avoided him as much as
11th, pursuant to adjournment. Pre possible. On Monday Bronk tried to A disordered liver is the consequence of a
foul stomach and obstructed bowels, and
sent—C. C. Beekman, President ; borrow a pistol or gun for the purpose i the very best preparation in existence to
Oregon St., Jaeksanville,
John Miller, Sol. Sachs; absent—Mr. of assault. Toward evening he made | put them in perfect order and keep them
some demonstrations against, Costello, so, is
Tarrant’s Effmrsrrnt Aprrirnt,
J. W. MANNING A R. L. ISH, Propr’a.
After reading of the minutes of the which he (Costello) tried to avoid, but
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
when cornered he had to use his pistol
last meeting the rules were suspended in self-defense. Bronk’s wounds are
GEORGE W. FREY,
aving just received a new
and the Board proceeded tocanvass the not considered dangerous.
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car
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Wm. Hoffman was
riages, we are now prepared to furnish our
A ffirmed .—The judgment of the i
(Successor to Caton dt Frey,)
patrons and the public generally with as
declared duly elected to fill the unex
pired term of H. Judge.
Caroline Briggs has been affirmed. New Boot and Shoe Store.
An ordinance to amend ordinance
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
Judge Burnett rendered the decision,
No. 23, to reduce dog tax, was read
horses hired to go to any part of the country.
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Hones
to work single or double. Horses
Held, 1—A party deserving a bill of ex
Board adjourned to August 19th.
boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon
C hange .—H. L. Webb has disposed
of his interest in the Eagle Sample
Rooms to his partner, S. P. Jones, who
will hereafter conduct them. Mr.
Jones will constantly keep on hand
the best of liquors, wines and cigars,
and invites the public to give him a
R eturned .—Sheriff Manning, who
started for Roseburg last week, returned
Wednesday, bringing with him Chas.
Parker, who is arrested on two war
rants—one for larceny, the other for
assault—sworn out by S. Humphrey.
ceptions should perfect the same during the
term at which the case is tried, or procure
aving permanently located
an order to be entered on the record by the
in Jacksonville, I respectfully inform
court daring the term, extending the time
that I am prepared to do
for perfecting the same. 2—A bill of excep kinds of public
boot and shoe-making
tions signed and filed after the term at which line. Satisfaction the
the cause was tried without such an order
G. W. FREY.
having been made and after an appeal has
been perfected, is no part of the record, and .
will not be noticed as such by the Supreme
All Hinds of Job Printing
Court. Judgment affirmed.
N otice .— A called meeting of the stock
holders of the P. of II. Mill Co. will be held
at Colver’s Hall in Phoenix Monday, August |
23d, at 10 o’clock a . M., for the transaction ’ NEATLY A CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
of important business. It is desirable that
every stockholder be present. By order of ,
the Board of Directors.
J ohn S. H errin , President.
F. M. P itmat . e ,Secretary.
The Times Ofltoe.
them while in our charge.
^OUR TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
A liberal share of the public patronage io
MANNING A ISH.
FARM FOR SALE
HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale his farm situated on Antelope creek,
12 miles east of Jacksonville, containing 48fi
acres of land, 400 acres being good farming
land and under fence. It is a good grain
farm and sheep ranch, well watered and
good houses and barns upon it.
I TERMS OF SALE—$11 per eon, one-half
down, the balance to suit purchaser.
J. W. SIMPSON.
N. B.—This lend will be sold in sesaller
parcel*, If desired.