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LETTER FROM ASHLAND.
A shland , Sept. 14, 1875.
A shland , Sept. 13th.
Cool nights are joy to us but death
to the flies.
Morris Baum, of the firm of McCall
A Co., has gone to San Francisco for
Fall and Winter goods.
O. Coolidge recentlj’ sold to some
parties from Jacksonville a site for a
Catholic Church. The plat is north of
town, and $200 was the price paid for
The quill-driver of the Sentinel was,
I see, severely attacked with the ago
ny because your typo transposed a
couple of letters in a word that occurred
in a former correspondence of mine.
In his criticism he says: ‘-We are
‘(•oreced’ to have tn,” Ac. Oh, what
a fine thnught I And such beauty of
expression ! I commend that clause to
our text-honk compilers.
Our standard-bearer in the political
contest addressed a good, appreciative
audience at this place on Wednesday
of last week. Ho is a fair, logical rea-
soner, ami a faithful exponent of Dem
ocratic tenets. Ilis every act scorned
to say “Whatsoe’er my hands finds to
do, I’ll do with all my might.” He
vowed, if elected, continuous labor for
negb-cted Southern Oregon. Our peo
ple like him ; and he will receive at
the Ashland polls on election day more
than the Democratic vote.
“Lost River Ranger,” the mammoth
ox of Lake county, was on free exhi
bition at the livery stable Saturday
and Sunday last. He was quite an
object of interest to the curious. We
have a venerable “jo ulist” who has a
fame for quelling his antagonist in
wordy tussles by asserting that the
object of his theme is “as large as they
had machinery to make.” He saw
this ox and pronounced him a “big
thing.” The joker has retired for
quiet meditation. If he has not seen
a larger one, he’ll be banished. Our
jester must be equal to all emergencies.
P ilot R ock .
Remember the County Fair, and as
sist in making it a success.
The Congressional candidates held
forth to a fair audience at Kerby ville
Miss Mollie McCully’s school com
menced Monday last, a good attendance
The atmosphere is rather smoky
again from fires raging in the woods
north-east of town.
Read the notice of the Patrons of
Husbandry Mill Company, which has
something of importance.
Sam Bowden is now fulfilling a con
tract of running a tunnel into the Eliz
abeth ledge for Klippel, Beekman <fc Co.
Judge Prim and Messrs. Henry
klippel and John Cimborsky left Sat
urday for the Beaver Creek cinnabar
Music and G erman .—Miss Weber
is now in charge of the music depart
ment of the Ashland Academy. As
a music teacher she has an excellent
reputation. Miss Weber will also
teach the German language. She is
of German parentage, and therefore
speaks that language fluently. An
excellent opportunity is offered for all
to study German.
t . g . reames .
If WtiiixZ'.' *.v
E. U. REAMES.
To the E ditor of tiie T imes :
The Ashland Academy opened on
(Successors to White ± Martin,)
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
Gon. P. Rowell A Co...................... New York. fifty pupils.
S. M. Pe-‘in-ril! A Co.................... New York.
The District School will begin some
T>an. L. Green.................... Josephine County.
< ’ha« Hughe«...................................Kerbyville time next month, under the manage
Ren i’-tvw’nd............................... Rock Point ment of Professor Willits, of Iowa.
L. P. Fisher................................San Francisco.
Tho«. Bov ................................ San Francisco
J. M. Sutton has just returned from
Che«nian............................ St. Louis
Gua. A. Winckler.................................... Yreka Portland and will commence the erec
ing new goods, and have one of the JACKSONVILLE, - - OREGON.'
tion of an iron foundry immediately. ,
most complete and best assortments of
Henry Warren addressed the citi- ;
general merchandise ever brought to
M. E. C hcrch .—Rpllcton« «orvie»“» every zens of this place last night. The Re
Southern Oregon. “Quick sales and
Rnndav. at the »l-ntal hours, hv the 1’cver- publicans did their level best to think
LOW PRICES WELL WIN
.1. R. N. Roll. J. S. McCain and M. A.
he made an able effort, and never
desiring anything in their line will be
i'ATUOT.ie Cwt’Rcit,—Divine Services ev failed to cheer when the slightest oppor
ery Sun-lav. at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa
accommodated at the lowest rates. *
tunity was afforded, and often without
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iie undersigned take pleas -
M. F. S i - xhay SrHnoT..—Retrtdar meetings even that. As a failure, his speech
ure in notifying their friends and the
S addlery and H arness .—C. K.
everv Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
generally that they have purchased
was a grand success. Lane, he says,
of White <t Martin, and are now
C atholic S i - noav S chool . — Regular
and opening a very large, exten
mce-in<rs every Sunday afternoon, at two has no right to talk alout the thievery
complete and first-class supply of sad sive and well-selected
and rascality of the Republican party,
dlery and harness. He always keeps
because the Democrats have a di-hon.
R. 0. REGISTER AND TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
a superior assortment of everything in
his line, and sells at most reasonable
Stares ’eave Jacksonville ns follows :
For Rock Point, Grant’s Pass and Rose- York, which is conclusive proof that
posted notices should take warning, rates. Read his advertisement and
BOOTS AND SITOES,
btirtr. every day at 8:30 a. in. Mail closes at
give him a call.
For Phoenix. Ashland. Yreka and Red- State, the Republicans have a right to
to this act.
California & Salem Cloths and Blankets,
d;nc-. California, every day at 2:30 p. in.
S tate F air .—We acknowledge
swindle and steal all over the Union.
Mail closes at 2 p. m.
The Patrons of Husbandry Mill
For Apnleirftte, Kerbvville, Waldo and He says that President Grant has
Company have about completed a the receipt of a complimentary ticket
Crimcent Ci’v. everv Monday and Thursday
morninr at 4 o’clock. Mail closes at 8 p. in. been more successful in ferreting out
large warehouse near their mill for for the State Fair, which commences
the preceding evening.
on October 11th and continues six
Th? mi’l for Central Point, Table Rock, rascality than any administration has
Fade Point. Rrownsborongh and Sam’s been lie fore. No wonder ! Success in
Wm. Bybee had his leg injured on
Valiev, leaves every Friday morning ;
this direction is unavoidable, for there
clo«»s the nreeeding evening.
the 9th by his horse falling with him. being made, and the Fair promises to
Hats and Caps,
The mail for Linkville, Hot Snrings. Yai- is so much crime going on that Grant
We are pleased to say that his injuries be a grand and successful matter.
nax and Lake City, leaves Ashland every
Monday morning. For TJnkville every sees it, whether he wants to or not,
are not serious.
Mondav Thursday and Fndnv mornings.
L iterary S ociety .—The election LADIES, CHILDREN <fc MISSES SHOES.
Money Order Office open troin 9 a. tn. to
The camp meeting of the M. E. of officers of the Independent Literary
5 p. m.
but from the way he slaughters the
O wtck TToi-ns—From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m ;
Church commenced at Heber’s Grove Society for the ensuing term will take
Sunday«. 30 minutes after arrival of stages. “King’s English” one would suppose
yesterday, the 16th, and will continue place this (Friday) evening. A full We have also in connection with the above
Mail matter must be in on time or it will that he knew but little about schools
over Sunday next.
a very large and fine stock of choice
M ax M uller , P. M.
attendance of the members is request
of any description. On the Finance
P robate C ourt .—In the Probate ed. By order of the
GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, QUEENS-
S ale C ontinued .—The balance of question he said lie had not studied
P resident .
the goods remaining in the store of
WARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
John A. Rover will be sold at Sheriff's
PAINTS, OILS, NAILS, WIN
In the matter of the estate of Minus ed to Bradley A Rulofson for the best Pho
sale to-morrow, Saturday, Sept. 18th. Sherman and others, who had studied.
DOW GLASS, CAST AND
Walker. II. F. Barron, administrator, tographs in the United States, and the
at 10 a . M.
m . Some excellent articles What an idea for a Congressman ! He
Vienna Medal for the best in the world.
STEEL PLOWS, WOOD
files sale bill of personal property and
favors a high protective tariff, perhaps
429 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
also his semi-annual statement, which
EN AND WILLOW
because some one has thought on the
F or C iietco . — Daniel Doty, Al.
were examined and approved.
subject and favors it. He made the
Rose and others, started for Chetco
assertion that all Indian agents swin
of the bride’s parents in this city, on Sept.
the other day, intending to take up
J. Coakley. David Peninger, admin,
dled and stole from the government;
16th, by Hon. E. B. Watson, County
ranches in that section. It is said
Dr. J. A. Callender to Miss Amelia
We are now ready to sell anything In onr
istrator, files his final account and
that he collected taxes of one amount-
all of Jacksonville.
line at lowest cash prices. Persons wishing
there are some excellent stock ranges
asks that a day be set for hearing and
! ing to three dollars one year and the
(We tender our congratulations to the to buy goods will find it greatly to their ad
still untaken there.
couple. May the bosom of life’s vantage tn examine our stock before pur
settlement of the same. Prayer
next year, on a salary of $1,500, hi*
elsewhere, as we are determined not
P ersonal .—Col. J. N. T. Miller re granted and Tuesday, October 5th, set flowing river to them never be ruffled, and chasing
to be undersold by any house in Jackson
F ire .—W. II. Merriman, living a | tax amounted to over three hundred
sunny joys play ’round their bark as they countv.
turned from Lake county yesterday.
ns said day.
few miles from town, the other day i dollar«. These remarks didn’t sound
fl^J-Give us a call, and then judge for
glide down its gentle tide.)
E. C. Lord, of Portland, called
yourself as to our capacity to furnish eroods
In the matter of the estate of Thilo
lost a large amount of fencing by fire. pleasant to a listening ex-agent, yesterday.
Gassmann. Final account confirmed
He had been burning the stubble from whereupon he a-ked Warren if he
Jacksonville, Feb. 12, 1875.
Judge Prim returned from Salem and allowed, and L. Herling, adminis LAVENBURG— At Pho-nix, Sept. 15th,
his fi<-ld and supposed the fire to be really meant that all Indian \g •nt* this week.
of typhoid fever, Erastus, son of Daniel HUNTERS’ EMPORIUM!
out before leaving on a trip to Ash would steal, or had stolen Do n t’.»-
and Elizabeth Lavenburg, aged about 18
T. G. Reames returned from San
In the matter of the estate of Dan years.
land; but on his return he learned his government? The tone of this q
Francisco during the week, where he iel McMahon. P. J. Ryan, administra
mistake, as his fence was to a great ox tion suggested to the speaker th >1
NEW, THIS WEEK.
has been purchasing a large stock of tor, authorized to sell certain personal
was in a land of ex-Indian Age
property at private sale.
and of course he took it buck:
P erhaps a R umor .—It was re course they were not all thieves, there
Wm. Bybee and S. Arrasmith re.
In the matter of the estate of Dan.
ported in town last week that Alex. were some honest ones, a great many turned on the 9th inst. from a trip to
N AND AFTER THE TENTH DAY
iel McMahon. Petition of Jos. Mc
of September, 1875, the Patrons of Hus
II. Miller, of Linkville, had died a few
honest ones, in fact most of them were
Mahon to rescind order of sale of per
bandry Mill Company will cease to grind
days previous; hut as there seems to
on exchange, except for family use tor pro
James Drum went to San Francisco sonal property was not granted.
honest.” He kept taking it back till
ducers, in unbranded sacks ; and instead
be no confirmation of the news we
he got to his tax man, and, I think, last week, leaving John E. Young in
bay wheat and pay the highest mark»«
F oundry in A shland .—.Tames M will
believe it is only a rumor. Mr. Miller
tiiorefor. For particulars, apply at
he would have went back on him if
has been severely indisposed, however,
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Miss Sophie Nickell ¡eft on a visit
By order of the Board.
the question had been put before he
and at last «»-counts was uniler the
had got so far. lie also told us that to Yreka last Saturday.
F. M. P lymale , Secretary.
treatment of Dr. McElderry, of Fort
lways on hand the best stock
Herman Helm returned from Port starting a foundry at Ashland, returned
all the Republicans that took part in
ot Patent and Home-made Rifle and
from Portland this week, and from
Shot Guns, single and double; Revolvers
the back salary grab returned their land Saturday.
of the latest patents ; Pocket Pistols, neat,
Judge Wade has gone to Sacra him we learn that it has been deter
A rrival of hie S iieridan P ar money to the Treasury. This is de
small and powerful; Derringers, the latest
mined to commence erecting it there
and best ; also, the best Powder and Pow
ty __ A special stage arrived In town cidedly the rich» st joke of the season. mento, Cal.
der Flasks ; Hunting and pocket knifes of
C. K. KLUM.
Monday evening, bringing tho Sheri I can almost see the long line of pro
II. L. Webb got back Tuesday from immediately. He is accompanied by
the best brands; all sorts of Shot and
Messrs. Zimmerman and Frazer, of
Pouches; Caps, Wads and everything in
dan party, which consisted of Gen. cession as they marched up to the his tour with the candidates.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN the
Phillip II. Sheridan and wife, Col. empty money vaults and dumped ir
George II. Dill, the popular travel,
He will also keep a full line of SHELF
HARDWARE, Nails and Rope of all kinds
Sheridan, the General’s brother, and their heaps of ill-gotten gains. Yes, ing agent for the firm of II. S. Crocker nery which will be used in the enter
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
sizes, Carpenters’ and Wagon-Makers.
his wife, and a servant. They are on they put it back, ot course! That’- A Co., San Francisco, was in town this I prise and is now at Roseburg awaiting ASHLAND, OREGON, KEEPS A GEN- Tools, a complete assortment of Table and
shipment. Mr. Sutton believes the A eral assortment of goods in his line of Pocket Cutlery, together with a full supply
th»-ir way overland to Sin Francisco, what broke the Bank of California, 1 week.
ot Paints, Oils, Varnishes. Glass, etc.
consisting of Team, Buggy and Plow
The above goods are all of the best qual
Dr. Callender and lady left yester. foundry will be in running order in trade,
starting from here the next morning. reckon, drawing on it so as to put the
Harness, Team and Buggy Collars, Bridles, ity,
and will be sold
Stirrups, Lashes, Collar Pads, Currycombs,
The fl igs were flying and quite a money back in the United States day on a vhit to Fort Klamath. They
Cinchos, Whips, Spurs, and everything
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
were accompanied for a distance by will manufacture articles in brass and usually kept in a first-class establishment.
crowd went tn the hotel to see them; Treasury.
New guns made to order, and repairing
iron, besides repairing anything in this Indies’, Men's and Boys’Saddles a Specialty. promptly
otherwise no demonstrations were
done and in good style. All or
On Finance, he is a Know-Nothing
candidate. On Indian Agents, Demo
patch, and prices to suit the times.
F rom F ort K lamath . — I. W. cratic. On Schools, Independent.
Rates in exchange for goods.
New Boot and Shoe Store,
Saturday on his way to Roseburg, in this section, which will doubtless be ket Ashland,
Sept. 16, 1875.
Berry arrived from Fort Klamath last
where he intends accepting a position sufficient to run the foundry some
week. From him we learn that a person ste.ni-ence. lie actually told us that with S. Marks A Co.
. C alifornia S treet ,
time. Thus we are to secure another
driving a large band of sheep into
Lige Livingston, the efficient Sheriff important enterprise in our midst, and
J ack.on ville,
Lake county some days ago lost over whisky and drink water; and “Sher
we trust the citizens of Southern Ore
Next door to Reames Bros.,
two hundred of them while crossing idan only ten miles away.”
call yesterday. Mr. Livingston is on gon will lose no opportunity in aiding
the mountains. He had men out look
California Street, Jacksonville, Ogn.
his way to Soda Springs to meet his it, thus placing it on a paying basis and
aving permanently located
retaining it here.
ing for them, with prospects of suc
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re
wife, who has been stopping there for
spectfully informs the public that he ta
cess. We are under the impression
F rom K lamath A gency .—A let
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS- prepared to do all kinds of work in the boot
C ounty C ourt P roceedings .— the past few weeks for her health.
that this is Walter Jackson’s band, as
ure in announcing that he has just and shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran
ter dated Klamath Agency, Septem
at the above location, and will teed.
he ftarted his a short time ago for that
S peed P rogramme .—The Com ber 1st, gives the following items: constantly out
keep on hand a complete and
section. Mr. Berry also informs us
mittee appointed by the Jackson Health of the place very good. Things tirst-class stock of the best brands of wines,
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
cigars, etc., and also the latest Eas
that the garrison at the post had a
County Agricultural Society to arrange In general running along in tho old liquors,
tern periodicals and leading newspajiers ol
Officers present—Hon. E. B. Wat
he tax - payers of the county
grand parade and drill the other day.
a speed programme for the corning beaten tracks. The authorities that the Coast. Give me a call.
of Jackson, State of Oregon, are hereby
son, Judge; John O’Brien and M. A.
Fair have submitted the following:
notified that the Board of Equalization will
be at Washington are cutting down
F ire at W aldo .—We learn that Hueston, Commissioners; E. D. Fou-
meet at the office of the County Clerk of
Thursday, October 21 st— Running expenses, salaries, etc., and several NOTICE TO FARMERS. said
county on the
the residence of Mr. George Simmons, dray, Clerk.
race, half a mile. Premium, $5fi ;
East Holiday in September, 1S73,
of Waldo, Josephine county, was de
Benjamin Stevens, Supervisor of $37.50 to first horse, and $12.50 to the employes are making their arrange
O THE FARMERS OF JACKSON and publicly examine the assessment roll«
ments to leave.
stroyed by fire on Thursday, Septem Road District No. 3, submitted his re
County : The proprietors of the Ash and correct all errors in valuation, descrip
land Mills will not exchange flour for wheat, tion or quality of lands, lots, or other
ber 9th. The fire was discovered be. port, which was examined, accepted
A t A pplegate .—lion, L. F. Lane only for the producer’s own consumption, property. All persons interested will ap
Friday, October 22d— Trotting race,
tween the ceiling and roof, about twen. and ordered placed on record. Resig
that in their own sacks, unbranded ; pear at the time and plaee appointed.
addressed a good audience at Apple and
but will buy good milling wheat and pay
VV. A. CHILDERS,
ty feet from the stove-pipe, while the nation of Stevens as said Supervisor
gate on the 9th. His remarks were the highest market price.
Assessor of Jackson County, Oregon.
WAGNER, ANDERSON A CO.
family were at dinner- It burned so was accepted, and Q. N. Anderson ap
well received. We learn that Mr.
Ashland, August 18, 1875.
rapidly that little or nothing was pointed instead.
Whitney also joined in the discussion,
saved, although Mr. Simmons was
The petition of W. A. Childers and
but Warren evidently did not want
HUIE EAGLE MILLS, ONE AND A
badly burned about the head in his others for a county road from near the
L half miles from ■ Ashland, have been
renovated and put in the best
endeavors to extinguish the fire, or north end of bridge near Peterson’s
ers of lots in Quartzville, in the Galice order by an experienced miller, and are
Creek Mining District, that they are re now
save some of his household effects. School House, crossing Rogue river
turning out an article of flour that ia
or S ale .—Those desiring a first- quired to work out (he amount of labor due gaining a reputation not surpassed by its
The house was new, not being fully and intersecting road running from
on the road from said place to the stage former good name. Wo warrant every sack
completed at the time, as the carpen Bybee’s ferry to Rock P»»int, was all the above premiums. Free to all class sewing-machine, bran new, at less road, as per agreement, by the 23d of Sep of our flour free of weevil and to be of the
tember, 1875, or, tailing to comply, they best quality.
A. F. FARNHAM.
ter» were etill at work on the building. granted as far as a view and survey of horses. The rules of the Society will I than first cost, can be accommodated will forfeit all right to the same.
by calling on E. C. Brooks and exam
The loss of house, furniture, etc., will the same is concerned. James A. govern in all cases. Not less than
amount to fully $3,000— a loss which Panky, John Moon and Wm. Wilson three to enter nor less than two to
All Kinds of Job Printing
otice is hereby given that
must fall heavily upon Mr. Simmons were appointed viewers, and J. 8. start for all purses.
the accounts of the firm ot Manning <t
have been placed in my hands for col
and his estimable family, who find Howard, Surveyor.
T he highest cash price paid for
NEATLY A CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT lection. All persons indebted to said firm
themselves thus suddenly without a
Bills to a considerable amount were county orders. For further particulars week received a first-class assortment
are requested to settle immediately.
H. K. H5NNA.
of new goods.
apply at the T imes office.
The Times Office.
•Jackson'» ¡lie, ‘-'opt. 2. I‘i75.
...SEPTEMBER 17, 1875
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