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LETTER FROM JOSEPHINE.
L ake C ounty .—A Lake county cor
respondent, under a late date, writes :
“It is raining very hard here to-day,
and has been raining more or less for
the past two weeks, rendering the
ruads very muddy and almost impass
able. The teamsters between here and
Ashland aro having a rough time
transporting supplies. But it has
had the effect of starting the grass to
growing finely. Stock of all kinds is
doing well, and generally in good con
dition. Business of all kinds is flour
ishing and improvements are going on
in all parts of the county, indicating
that its inhabitants are contented and
prosperous. Our tax levy is lower
than it was anticipated it would be at
first, having been fixed at twenty
mills for the present fiscal year ; which
is doing very well for the first 5ear in
a new and thinly populated county
CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
W illiams C reek , N ov . 20th.
Miners are busy.
onday , Nov. 22d.
To the E ditor of the T imes :
Pin-backs have made their appear
FRIDAY..................... NOVEMBER 26, 1875.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
State vs. David Briggs; indictment
In consequence of tho protracted
11 the undersigned has been appointed
ance in town.
by tlie County Court of Jackson County,
E piscopal P reaching .—Rev. J. I We learn that a masquerade ball is
Oregon, Administrator of the Estate of
sentj/you a few items from this locality: gether and heard all proofs and alle
Pleasant W. Stow, deceased.
Cornell, of Yreka, is exacted topreach to transpire at Kerby ville soon.
All persons indebted to said estate are
Mr. Hall, a resident of this vicinity,
and also arguments of re-
in the Methodist Church, Jacksonville, *
requost<>d to settle tlie same immediately,
The loss of the Pacific has caused met with a sad accident to his family spective cou nstl, retired in charge of
and all those having claims against said
Wednesday evenin", December 1st,
estate will present them with the proper
more overland travel than usual.
officer to deliberate on a ver-
day before yesterday, while crossing
vouchers to me at my place of business in
at half-past seven o’clock.
tlie town of Jacksonville within six months
County warrants always taken at par the right-hand fork ot Williams creek diet.
from the date hereof.
T uesday , N ov . 23d.
T ime C hanged .—The Oregon and on amounts due the T imes ofiice.
at what is known as Munger Ford.
HERMAN v. HELMS,
ot said Estate.
California Stage Company ehanged to
Capt. Griffin last week killed a bear, The stream was very much swollen,
Winter time on the loth, and the weighing about 300 pounds, near his and in driving in tho traces of one of I for murder. The Jury in this case,
stages now arrive with more regularity farm.
the horses came unhitched; the horse after considerable deliberation, re
turned the following verdict : “We,
at present, getting here about noon
otice is hereby given that
Williams creek, in Josephine, is still got over the tongue some way and the
the undersigned has been appointed
from both north and south.
so high as to delay the mail several current soon turned the wagon over
by tho County Court of Jackson County,
Oregon, Administrator of tho Estate of La
twice in rapid succession. The whole of murder in either the first or second
C elebration . — Ashland (¡range hours.
vin ia Stow, deceased.
family were submerged in tho stream
All persons indebted to said estate are
will celebrate the 1th of December
Walter Jackson, of Salem, passed
requested to settle tho same immediately,
with the first turn of the wagon, and Signed by all the Jurors. Tho Jurors
ami all those having claims against said
with appropriate exercises at their new through town the other day, on his
wore each polled on motion of defend
estate will present them with the proper
hall, commencing at 11 o’clock a . m . i way to San Francisco.
vouchers to me at my place of business in
soon rolled off, however, and Mr. Hall
of Jacksonville within six months
Prof. Skidmore will deliver an oration.
The Old Fellows and Masonic and his wife set about rescuing the verdict rendered herein was their ver dangerous ; but within that time any cough from town
the date hereof.
Members of the Order in good standing Lodges, of Ashland, are moving into
HERMAN v. HELMS,
be cured by the u-e of Hale's Haney of
children. Mrs. Hall, by holding on dict. Verdict received by the Court can
Horehound and Tar. Sold by all druggists,
Administrator of said Estate.
are cordially invited to attend.
their new hall this week.
November 2, 1875.
to tho wheel of tho wagon, was en and ordered filed and placed on record. l’ike’s Toothache Drops cure in one minute.
Oregon Division No. 1, Sons and abled to catch the baby just as it’was
T h an ksg i vi ng D av .—Yesterday
NEW, THIS WEEK
being the time appointed by the Presi Daughters of Temperance, proposes being borne off by tho angry flood. I tendance on Court not upon the regu
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
dent and Governor as a day of thanks reorganizing this evening.
Another of the children was rescued lar panel be discharged.
duly issued out of the Circuit Court for
county. State of Oregon, and to
giving, Circuit Court adjourned and
A singing school flourishes at Ash after it had floated down stream and un
in favor of John Bolt and
public affairs came to a stand-still. land, under the management of Prof. der a drift. Another was not seen after ! for larceny in a dwelling house. Trial
against Wong Faun and Yim Yam, for the
sum of $623.70, gold coin, and $121.62 cost!»
Religious services were nad at the 31. Willits, which is well attended.
the first capsizing of the wagon until by jury n,K( defendant found not
and attorney fees, and also the accruing
E. Church, while poultry suffered se
costs, I have levied upon and will sell at
Circuit Court has been in session tho next morning, and then, of course, guilty.
public auction for cash, at the Court House
in Kerby ville, Josephine county', Ore
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for an assault with intent to kill. Mo
O fficial V ote of L ake C ounty . has not more than been commenced.
prepared to furnish board by the week, day Wednesday, December 15, 1875,
tion of defendant for change of venue
meals, at reasonable terms. The
—We have finally received the ofllcinl
Considerable freight for this section
overruled, and Clerk ordered to draw table will constantly be supplied with the between the hours of nine o’clock a . m . and
vote of Lake county at the late Con is yet lying at Roseburg, and several
best the market affords. No Chinese em four o’clock r. m . of said day. all right, title
a Jury in said case. John Ashmead ployed,
and satisfaction guaranteed. Give and interest of the said Wong Faun and
gressional election, to-wit: Lane, 113, teams are having a rough time trying
Y im Y am in and to the following described
and judge tor yourselves.
Tho storm caught a number of the
and personal projierty, to-wit : An
Warren, 65 ; Lane’s majority, 78. A to get it here.
throe-fourths (-X) interest of that
Crescent City teamsters on tho other
few scattering votes were also polled.
certain ditch known as the Raltman ditch,
Sheriff Manning will enter upon the
the waters of which are brought from Wil
Lake responded nobly, giving Lane collection of taxes next week, com side of the mountain, where they will
liams creek and empty in the Williamsburg
twenty-four good and lawful men to
over again as many votes as all his mencing at Jacksonville on Wednes
mines; also all the right, title and interest
of said Wing Faun and Yim Yam to certain
oils all Winter. So much rain thus complete the panel.
competitors put together.
day, December 1st.
mining claims, flumes and dwelling-houses
K. Kubli, County Treasurer, vs.
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early in the season was unlooked for, >
situated in the Williamsburg Mining Dis
A match game of base ball between and found people, in most instances, Louis Ilorne, M. E. Horne et al; con
T he D oty C ase .—The following is
trict, Josephine county, Oregon.
DAN. L. GREEN,
a list of the jurors secured in the case
wholly unprepared for it. Especially
Sheriff” of Josephine county, Oregon.
of State vs. Daniel Dotv, charged with Gillett’s nines was to transpire at Ash was it inconvenient to the hog-diov- firmed.
Kerhyville, Novembers, 1875.
an assault with intent to kill, which
ers who are in tho habit of supplying
.James Helms vs. Daniel and Amanda
will next engross the attention of the
The Coos Bay papers contain the Happy Camp with those slowly pero-
T he H uman T ei . eiirapit .—The nerves
Circuit Court : J. Ashmead, Thos. G. advertisement of the Empire City grinative animals, which are so highly Doty; confirmation of Sheriff’s sale. are telegraphic fibres operated by the brain;
Jarksonvilk Lotlze No. 10,1.0.0. F.,
but if the stomach, tho great vitalizer of the
Dews, Geo. W. Bailey, Jesse Dodge, Drug Store, signed by A. P. Owen as prized by the “Heathen Chinee.”
Bolds its regular meetings every
system, is disordered, the whole nervous
Saturday evening at the Odd Fel
organization is partially shattered for the
Silas Draper, James R. Boss, Soybond druggi-t and manager.
A few of our farmers got a portion
low’s Hall. Brothers in good standing are
Koster. The regular panel and a por
Tarrant’s SrltziT Aperient
We learn that the Directors of a of their seeding done before tho rain ;
JOHN MILLER, N. G.
tion of another, subsequontly sum certain school district in this county those who did nut, now’ realize that-
T. B. K ent , Rec. See’y.
works wonders in cases of nervous debility
U. I), of A. F. A A. M., held at Masonic arising from dyspepsia, by restoring the
moned, have been exhausted.
Hall, Thursday evening, November 11th, stomach to its normal condition and keep
Jnfksonvillr Stamm No. 148, U. 0. R. I.,
the following preamble and resolutions, ing the bowels.
A B ig C lean -U p in J osephine .
its resrular meetings every Thursday
expressive of the sense of the Lodge upon
at the Odd Fellows’ Hall. Brothers
—Jack Layton, who is extensively en
Most of the schools will this week
the death of brother Alexander IL Miller,
in good standing are invited to attend.
gaged in hydraulic mining on Williams close the first quarter since they re
N. FISHER, O. C.
were submitted by the Committee and
B en S achs , R. S.
Creek, Josephine county, recently commenced last September, but will ers. They, like everybody else, were unanimously adopted by the Lodge :
F. S. LAND OFFICE, |
W hereas , Tho will of God is accom
made a clean-up, from which he real continue on without any vacation at caught unprepared ; but the omens
R osebcrg , October 27, 1875.)
(Woman Pocahontan Tribe No. 1, Im-
' now are every way favorable for an
f1OM PLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTER-
ized about $5,060. Although the last present.
proved order of Rod
our beloved brother, Alexander II. Miller; \ > ed at this Office by A. J. Henderson
-t.'ted councils at t
old-fashioned and successful mining lhereiore, be it
feeasou was unusually mild and water
against the heirs ot Wm. B. Bailey, deceased, Hall the third sun in even- m NH
The examining of witnesses in the
light, he has taken out considerable Briggs case closed Saturday evening, season. So mote it be.
Resolved, That in the death of brother for abandoning his homestead entry, No. the eighth run. A cordial iuviiaQ|Spt9Sv
2201, dated August 1. 1875, upon the N. E. brothers in good standing.
Josephine county is not only filling Miller our Lodge and Fraternity have lost
gold-dust. The present indications and a general rush was made for home
<>f N. E. *4 of section 20, and the W. L of
E. I>. FOUDRAY, S.
N. W. *, and N. W. '4 of S. W. *4 of section
H. K. H anna , C. ot R.
are favorable for an abundance of wa by those who have been in attendance up rapidly but the old settlers are an earnest and active member, and the com 21,
Township 39 south, range 8 west, in Jo
a respected citizen.
awakening to the importance of fitting munity
ter for some time to come, in which on the trial.
Resolved, That we tender to the distant sephine county, Oregon, with a view to the
of said entry : the said parties
Warm Lotto No. 10, A. F. k A. W.,
up and beautifying their old homes. members of the family of our deceased cancellation
event Mr. Layton will unearth a large
Holds its regular communications
Homestead and cash patents have Under tho stimulus of an increase of brother our deepest sympathy in this their fice outlie 11th day of December, 1875, at
amount of the precious metal.
on the Wednesday evenings or pre
been received at the Roseburg Land population, the price of land has an hour of affliction, commending them to 1 o’clock r. M., to respond and furnish tes ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
Him, the All-Wise, for comfort and conso timony concerning
P erson a i-—lion. W. W. Fidler, Office for L. Sleppy, R. Benedict, Mary upward tendency at present.
W m . R. WILLIS, Register.
M ax M uller , See’y.
J. C. F ullerton , Receiver.
of Josephine county, was in town this A. Ross, R. Hardman, John Murphy,
The District school for this place has
Resolved, That in token of respect to our
Ruth Rrbrkah Degree Lotlje No. 4,1. 0. 0. F.,
Peter Simon, T. A. Shaw and II. F.
closed for the Winter on account of departed brother’s memory the Lodge be Matt. Dillon's New Saloon,
Holds its regular meetings on every other
Miss Dora Cardwell returned Friday Barron.
dia)H“<l in mournir g and the incnil e s wear
Monday evening at Odd Fellows’ Hall.
the usual badge of mourning for thirty days.
last from a several months’ visit to , The miners of Josephine county ex
Members in good standing are invited to
Ncxt door to Reames Bros.,
A very enjoyable party was given
K. KUBLI, N. G.
pect a successful mining season, as wa last evening by Mr. G. Caldwell, on upon the minutes of our Lodge, and that a
R achel F isher , R. S.
Col. J. N. T. Miller is around again ter is plenty and liable to continue so.
the inaug iration of his new dwelling. copy thereof be lorwarded, by the Secretary, California Street, Jacksonville, Qgn.
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
after an attack of rheumatism, which Those who are not already at work are
Reports from tho Portland Com Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions
Hold« its regular meetings at the District
housed him up for some time.
busily engaged making preparations pany’s quartz mill near Stvker creek
School House every Friday evening.
be furnished the Sentinel and I imes tor milE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
(’HAS. NICKELL, President.
Wilbur F. Cornell started for the to get at mining as soon as possible.
1 ure in announcing that he has just
are quite flattering.
W. W. F.
lla K vbli , See’y.
opened out at the above location, and will
Beavercreek cinnabar mines this week.
11. M. T hatcher , )
constantly keep on hand a complete and
A person can gain a faint idea of
H enry C onn ,
He expects to return during the holi
first-class stock of the best brands of wines,
L unatic C aptured __ Starr, the
the condition of the roads from the
D. J. F erree ,
liquors, cigars, etc., and also the latest lias-
tern periodicals and leading newspapers of
: fact that it took a young lady who ar man who escaped from the Roseburg
FRESH, PURE AND WHOLESOME!
Tribute of Respect.
the Coast. Give me a call.
Jail while being conveyed to the Insane
F rom G alicf .C reek .—J. E. Bowes, rived home last week just six days to
MATT. DILLON. I 1
Asylum by John Pearson, was recap At a regular meeting of l’hcvnix Grange
agent of the English company owning come from Redding. There is some
tured at Eugene City, lie broke jail No. 104, held November 19th, 1875, the fol
Manufactured every day, of the very best
the extensive placer mines at Gal ire improvement in affairs at present,
Friday night, November 12th, and ow lowing preamble and resolutions were
Creek, is now in town. lie reports however.
rilHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING Pl’R-
ing to the rain that had fallen it was adopted..
that digging on the ditch to convey
W iierea «, It has pleased tho Great Mas 1 chased the entire interest in and thor D. CANTY <fc COMPANY,
Superintendent Kelley, of the Port impossible to follow his track. He
oughly fitted up these mills with the latest
ter of the Universe to remove by death our improvements, is now prepared to manufac
water from the ereek will soon be sus land Company’s quartz ledges in Jose
was heard from next at Good’s beloved friend amt brother, Geo. 1 . 1 itts , ture Hour equal to any in the State.
pended, until next summer, when it phine, reports 4,000 tons of pay ore in
Thirty-six pounds of ¡lour, two pounds of CANTY AND WAGNER
Mill, about thirteen miles from therefore, bo it
and eight pounds ot bran will be
doubtless will be finished. Work by sight, which is expected to pay $20
That Phoenix Grange No. 104
Roseburg, on Saturday morning, and has Resolved,
exchange for sixty pounds of good
Wholesale and Retail
lost a worthy brother and the commu merchantable
hydraulics will soon commence. Mr. and upwards to the ton. The mill
was seen on the same day below the nity an esteemed and respected citizen.
Persons having Hour, shorts or bran in
Bowes also brings news of the death put upon Althouse crushes about 10
railroad bridge at Winchester. Mon Resolved, That we deeply sympathize the Mills must take them away on or before CONFECTIONERS,
of four Chinamen by a tree falling on tons per day.
31st of January. 1876. All persons in
day he toox the train for Eugene. with the bereaved family of our departed the
to the firm of McKenzie A Amy
107 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
them, while asleep. But for Lin, the
By a poster received we see that a Upon his arrival there he went to brother, and commend them to the care ol must settle up on or betore the above date,
Him, who rules and governs all things.
boss, several more would have been
the books of said firm must be squared at
grand shooting match took piece at Friendly’s store and tried on a suit of Resolved, That the Charter of the Grange as
T. T. McKENZlE.
rpiIE ATTENTION OF TIIE TRADE IS
sent to the “Flowery Kingdom,” as
the Lockeford House, Lockeford, Cal., clothes, with which he was pleased, be draped in mourning.
1 called to our immense assortment of
he had awakened some in the tent
and other goods suitable for the
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions
yesterday, which is under the manage and told the clerk he would pay for
for the purpose of collecting money of
ment of our old friend Preater, while them next day. He was informed that be furnished each of our county papers,
to keep in all climates.
them, and who were standing on the
and a copy', under seal of the Grange, be
Prices L<>\V and terms LIBERAL. Orders
a social ball transpired at his new hall he must settle for them then, when he given to the family of our deceased brother.
20,000 Lbs. of Old Cast Iron,
outside when the tree fell, thus
from tlie interior promptly attended to.
elivered at the foundry IN
escaping. Three in that tent were
E. E. G ore ,
Ashland, for which we will pay the
crushed, while one in another was
fatally injured and died soon after.
about his premises, such as old stoves,
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ing discovered running down a hill breakfast, when Mr. Friendly had ‘_ Tlie Commissioner of Internal Rev- ings
pinions and other articles. Those they I’EW GOOES AND LOW PRICES !
C onvicted .—The examination of near town, with his hat and coat off, him arrested and placed in jail. Here ; enue has deckled that wine manufac would do Well to gather up, and bring them
witnesses in the trial of David Briggs, and upon his intentions being ques Mr. Pearson recovered his charge and tured from grapes raised by the seller before the rain sets in.
We will also pay the highest price for old
indicted for the murder of John Dela- tioned, remarked that he was prepar- conveyed him safely to the Asylum. I himself and sold at the place where COPPER, BRASS and ZINC.
J. M. McCALL A CO.
matter, was concluded Saturday eve 1 ing to dive after his team.
manufactured, is not liable to a special
4 T EVANS CREEK, JACKSON COUN-
F armer ’ s H ome .—Mrs. Williams
ning, and Court adjourned to the fol
ty, Oregon, respectfully calls the atten
From the following item in the Coos in another column announces that she tax. But if sold away from the place PRO BONO PUBLICO
tion of the public generally to his LARGE
lowing Monday, when the respective Bay Neus of the 17th one would infer
where manufactured it is liable. A
and WELL ASSORTED STOCK of
counsel delivered their arguments. that our old friend, W. II. S. Hyde, is prepared to furnish board by the vintner who sells wine made from
PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTI-
Messrs. II. K. Ilanna and A. C. Jones had involuntarily become a Baptist: week, day or single meal, at reasonable grapes not entirely of his own raising rPHE
I tied that I have placed my notes and
appeared for the prosecution, while “The boys on the pile driver in front rates. The table will constantly be is subject to special tax therefor, wher- accounts in the hands of my attorney, II. which lie offers for sale cheaper than the
K. Hanna, with positive instructions to cheapest.
Messrs. J. D. Fay, J. F. Watson and of our ofiice heard something drop one supplied with the best the market af ' ever he may sell the same.
Give me a call.
make immediate and forced collection in ev
fir Wool and Hides taken in exchange
Kahler & Watson represented the de day last week, and soon became satis
goods at market rates.
satisfaction guaranteed. Read her ad
Hon. Lafay- me will do well to call upon Mr. Hanna,
P assed T hrough
fense. Almost the entire day was fied that they had a wet Hyde.”
consumed by the pleadings of the va
Jacob B. Sprenger, well known in
through town yesterday on his way to
JAMES T. GLENN.
rious attorneys, And it was about six
All Kinds of Job Printing
Jacksonville, Sept. 9, 1874.
o’clock p. m . when Judge Prim deliv
ered his charge and the Jury retired. his brother-in-law, Capt. John Coch receipt of a first-class stock of new time ho was unable to stop over, as he
goods—the first installment of a com otherwise would have done.
Upon the reassembling of Court next ran, near Hubbard's station, Marion
county, on the 14th, of consumption. plete and superior assortment ho lately
YfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT NEATLY A CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
morning, the Jury returned a verdict
IN tlie accounts of the firm ol Manning A
purchased in San Francisco—the bal tì3“Tho National Gold Medal was award I$h
have been placed in my hands for col
of manslaughter and were subsequently
ed to Bradley A Rulofson for tho host Pho
three months old, and was widely ance of which will be here in a few tographs in the United States, and the lection. All persons indebted to said firm
discharged, after a siege of two weeks.
a re requested to settle immediately.
H. K. HANNA. i
No time has as yet been set by Judge known as a hotel keeper in Portland days. Don’t fail to give him a call, as Vienna Medal for the best in the world.
Jacksonville, Sept. 2, 1875.
I 429 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
. and Albany.
he sells very reasonable.
The Times Office
Prim when sentence will be passed.