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GIAEUAL .XOII.S AXU NEUS.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
A Washington county man raised
M ound R anch , N ov . 30, 1875.
To the E ditor of the T imes :
Odd Fellows’ Building, Jacksonville, Oregon,
Il.ï'u’i.il Paper for Jackson A Josephine Counties. 210 potatoes in one hill.
S me of the streets of Salem are In your issue of the 26th inst. appears an
article headed “Market for our Produce,”
..... DECEMBER IO, 1875
IIA. R G ADINE’S,
navigable for small boats.
DEALER & WORKER IN
which, as I felt much interest on that sub
Ex-Senator Harris, of New York, ject, I eagerly read, but to my disappoint
Ki-rr the Xominec.
ment found no allusion to a market in it
died at Albany last week.
! TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc.
—only a market for some of our time and
Hon. Michael C. Kerr, of Indiana,
Six vessels have been wrecked on money. The main point in the article was
wk last Saturday nominated for this coast within the past month.
in regard to the Chetco Wagon Road, which rpiIE UNDERSIGNED has JUST RE-
to me to be perfectly futile, unless, L turned from San Francisco, where he
Speaker of the House of Representa
Electra recently made a half mile at
as I have heretofore said, a mining country lias bought and is now receiving the best
tives by the Democratic caucus, on the Los Angeles, Cal., in 18 seconds.
would thus be opened up that would employ assortment of
third ballot, defeating lion. Samuel J.
Two students were recently expelled men to whom we could sell our produce,
Randall, of Pennsylvania, and lion. S. from the Willamette University for and who would load our wagoqs with ore
to be taken to Chetco, where we can lay in Ever brought to this market, consisting of
S. Cox, of New York. Congress hav dancing.
ing couvcned Monday, he is no doubt I Hereafter office hours in tho De our supplies. If this fact can be demon a general assortment
strated, then there is some sense in having
vreJhis wielding the gavel. Mr. Kerr partments at Washington will be from the road ; if not, I cannot see what is to be
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES,
is a staunch Democrat, of sterling in nine to four.
gained by it. Thero is not much difference
Are now selling their first-class stock of
between the distances from hereto Crescent
tegrity, and having held several terms
The Albany Democrat is now issued City and from here to Chetco. According Clothing. Boots and Shoes.
in Congress before, besides being oth
as a daily. The weekly edition will to the best information I can obtain, Chetco
erwise well qualified, will make a
has no advantage over Crescent City as an
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
first-class presiding officer. He was be published as usual.
harbor for vessels ; therefore, I cannot see
LADIES’ FANCY GOODS, BLACK SILKS,
Albert Garnier has challenged Uy. how wo would create a market by building
sent to Congress on a hard-money plat
road to the former place. Persons advo ladies’ Dress Goods and Trimmings,
form by a large majority over an oppo Dion to play for the gold medal and the a cating
Fuse and Caps,
this road say that it would be much
nent supported by the Republicans
better than the Crescent City road; but per
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
Fifteen contested election case-, al sons who know say that one-half the means
and inflation Democrats, and is conse-
Wooden and Willow Ware,
sequently a model Democrat. His ready officially reported, will come be spent on the former route would make it
the better of the two roads.
Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, In large variety, at lower prices than any
election shows how false was the charge fore the next Congress.
It is useless to talk of liuuling grain or
of the Republicans that the Democrats
A gigantic pension fraud has been flour over these mountains a distance ot
LADIES’ A GENTS' HATS,
would choose a ranting inflationist as discovered in l’hiladelpehia; amounts 125 miles on the best road we can make and
Other Firm in Oregon.
Speaker, and puts a quietus on the over a million of dollars.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
selling grain tor less than three cents and
assertion that a majority ot the Demo
They also offer their large assortment of
Barop Rothschild and family were in we expect that much ? No. Then the pro-
cratic Congressmen favor an expansion San Francisco during the last week,
jiosed road lias no market in sight.
CONFECTIONERY, ETC •1
of greenbacks. The selection of Mr. but started East on the 2d.
It would be the bight of folly to ask Mr.
Kerr is a source of gratification to the
Which I will sell for country produce, or
Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hose,
Hon. J. G. Blaine was the Republi
Democracy at large.
this road. It is inconsistent to ask Congress to good men on time as cheap as the cheap CHEAPER than the VERY' CHEAPEST!
can caucus nomiuee for Speaker of the so often for subsidies to profit a few indi est ; but if you have cash to pay for goods.
I am your man. Cash is my strong suit. I
The Warm Spring Urate*.
House of Representatives.
viduals and not for the general good. It is will sell so much cheaper than Grangers
There is a rebellion in the negro
We guarantee every article sold by us as
The Warm Spring Indians who went republic of Liberia, and the rebels are need of help; but this is not the kind of help dleman in this line is not only a luxury but
I have secured the services of a First-class
represented. Call and see us before pur
East with Dr. XVm. C. McKay and his making it torrid for the government. we want, according to my judgment. sheep that pavs my expenses.
Among the Ancients it was a saying, “The
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
R. B. llARGADINE.
chasing elsewhere. You will save money
brother Donald in April, 1874, have re
Furious gales have swept over the
ing promptly and in superior style.
turned to Oregon. Their performances
by doing so.
enlightened days, to secure prosperity
country from the Lakes to the Atlan these
we must use industry, frugality, honesty, ANNIVERSARY BALL! I
were either not appreciated back there,
temperance and judgment.
or else the band was not under proper
management, as the trip did not prove
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
The Corvallis-Yaquina Bay railroad derstand that he looks upon those who are I
a remunerative one. A Washington
1 I am receiving and have constantly on
not interested in the Chetco Wagon Road Buth Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 4,
hand a full and first-class stock of
writer says : “After the termination project stills commands local attention. incorporation as not very enterprising, and
I. O. O. F.,
of their Eastern engagement the Towards the $100,000 required in that he fears the corporators are in danger
troupe broke up, and these men and stock subscriptions $85,000 have been of falling into the same condition. I do not TO BE GIVEN AT VEIT SCHUTZ' HALL,
know who this enterprising farmer is, or
DRY GOODS, Gum Boots, TOBACCO,
Donald McKay were unable to return taken.
perhaps 1 could better appreciate what he
home, and have been since masticating
says. I always like to see an author place
his name to his production, unless there is
the bread of charity in a Massachu
Thursday Eve, Dec. 30, 1875.
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc.
setts poor-house. Doctor McKay is Washington, which measures 6 feet 2 some good reason not to do so.
making an effort with the Commis inches in circumference, and weighs There are several things in which we
might make better progress than we are do
Reception Committee :
sioners of Indian Affairs to have the 102 pounds.
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
ing. First, might be mentioned, by living K. Kubli, Newman Fisher, C. W. Savage.
Indians sent back to their reservation
It was stated in New York by prom i more within our resources. We have every
F loor Managers :
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
at the expense of the Government, inent officers of the Centennial Com facility here that we could wish for in the Henry Klippel, F. Luy, T. T. McKenzie,
Dan. Green, Jacob Ish.
way of manufacturing our principal neces
with what prospect of success I cannot mission that one and a half million of saries. Are we doing it ? No. Look into
Committee of Arrangements :
say.” We suppose the Doctor suc dollars were necessary to open the Cen our wardrobes—what do you see ? Almost Mrs. Louise Savage, Mrs. Rachel Fisher,
Mrs. Jane Kubli, J. Miller, Sol. Sachs.
ceeded in his efforts, and he and his tennial in May next.
every article of clothing is imported; not
Jacksonville Lodge X’o. 10.1.0.0. F.,
Holds its regular meetings every
merely the material, but most of them are
band were thus enabled to return.
A large number of collieries have
* ■ ■
ickets ,( including supper )$3.« o .
Saturday eveningat the Odd Fel-
Donald McKay, the leader of these been stopped in Pennsylvania from the
Good music will be peovided. A gen FRESH, PERE AND WHOLESOME! low’s Hall, Brothers in good standing are
we have a woolen factory in our valley
invited to attend.
scouts during the Modoc War, has overstocked condition of Eastern mar- that can supply us with all the woolen goods eral invitation extended to the public.
JOHN MILLER, N. G.
made an engagement with a dramatic kets. Alxiut 5,000 men have been we need; yet we do not got our goods from
T. B. K ent , Rec. Kee’v.
Manufactured every day. of the very best
it, and thus keep the money among us. i ASHLAND HARNESS SHOP.
company in New York, and will make turned out of employment.
Look at the vast sums that we send off an
Jacksonville Stamm X’o. 11S F. 0. R.
a professional tour of Europe before
The late excessive rains in the Wil- nually for boots and shoes, which certainly
its regular meetings every Thursday
D. CANTY & COMPANY,
returning to the reservation.
at the Odd Fellows’ Hall. Brothers
C. K. KLUM,
lamette valley have raised the river
are invited to attend.
is oil, which takes a large sum of money
N. FISHER, O. C.
to an unusual height, and some of the out of the county, and a large proportion of MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Pardon* by the Governor.
B en S achs , R. S
CANTY AND WAGNER
lower warehouses are flooded, render which—linseed oil, castor oil, neats foot oil,
Because Governor Grover saw fit to ing the removal of much wheat, etc., lard oil, and who knows but coal oil—might
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
Wholesale and Retail
Orrffoninn Porahontas Tribe X’o. 1, Im-
make a few pardons recently, the Ore. necessary.
be produced by us. Coal is found in abun
proved order of Red Mon, hold« its
A SIILANI), OREGON, KEEPS A GEN-
stated councils at the Red Men's
dance on the north side of Rogue river, and
gonian, in its usual “smart Alexan
Col. T. II. Cann, clerk of the State the oil may be there too. No little amount 21. eral assortment of goods in his line of CONFECTIONERS, Hall the third sun in every seven suns, in
trade, consisting of Team, Buggy and Plow
der” style, seeks to criticize His Excel
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
Board of School Land Commissioners, leaves us annually for that obnoxious weed, Harness, Team and Buggy Collars, Bridles,
107 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
brothers in good standing.
lency and make a point against the
Lashes, Collar Pads, Currycombs,
E. D. FOUDRAY, S.
has gone to California with his family tobacco, which would grow finely here if cul Stirrups,
State Administration. As has been
H. K. H anna , C. of R.
tivated, and that sum of money saved. Cinchos, Whips, Spurs, and everything
on a short visit. Hon. H. H. Gilfry Look again at the money which is spent for usually kept in a first-class establishment. rpiIE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE
shown, these pardons were made upon
1 called to our immense assortment
will act as clerk of the Board during that worse than useless thing,ardent spirits, Ladies’, Men’s and Boys’Saddles a Specialty. Candies,
and other goods suitable for the
Warren Lodge X’o. 10. A. F. k A. M.,
the petition of prominent citizens,
Repairing done with neatness and dis
Holds its regular communications
that could be used to profit if we only patch, and prices to suit the times.
while the cases themselves were far
the Wednesday evenings or pre
would determine to do so. If we would
WHEAT taken at the Highest Mar And warranted to keep in all climates.
The opinion of the detectives now make the necessary reforms and live right, ket Z-iT
from being of an aggravated character.
Prices LOW and terms LIBERAL. Orders ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore
Rates in exchange for goods.
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
from the interior promptly attended to.
Ashland, Sept. 16, 1875.
In a card published in the Oregonian, is that Charley Ross is dead. The re we would become a thriving, happy people.
M ax M uller , Sec’y.
Hon. II. H. Gilfry effectually squelches ports that appear from time to time Will we do it ? I will try. Will you ?
Ruth Rebekah Dcgrre Lodge X’o. 4,1. 0. 0. K.,
the charge made by that sheet that arise from the continued hope of the
M artin P eterson .
Holds its regular meetings on every’other
Monday evening at Oda Fellows Hall.
the pardoning power was being abused, boy’s parents, or are created by mer
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED having pur -
1 chased the entire interest in and thor SUCCESSOR TO JUDGE A NUNAN, Members in good standing are invited to
and shows the per cent, of pardons cenary persons who expect to be re
LE( IA L ADVERTISED! ENTS.
K. Kt’BLI, N. G.
fitted up these mills with the latest
warded for lurnishing information.
made by Governor Grover to be much
ture flour equal to any in the State.
Beecher is sorely troubled because
Manufacturer & Dealer
smaller than that of any of his prede
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
Thirty-six pounds of flour, two pounds of
cessors. The Oregonian has come out
Holds its regular meetings at the District
Y’ VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION given in exchange for sixty pounds of good
School House every Friday evening.
second best in this controversy, and is
C11 AS.NICK ELL, President.
Josephine county, State of Oregon, and to Persons having flour, shorts or bran in In Every Description of Saddlery,
Miss E lla K i hei , Sec’y.
endeavoring to crawl out of the dilein.
me directed, in favor of John Bolt and the Mills must take them away on or before
eral has ordered all such cards to be against Wong Faun and Y’im Yam, for the the 31st of January. 1876. All persons in
ma the best it may.
sum of $623.70, gold coin, and $121.62 costs debted to the firm of McKenzie A Amy
destroyed. XVe presume the Govern and
attorney fees, ami also the accruing must settle up on or before the above date,
PRO CL AM ATION.
Encape of Tweed.
ment will pay a clerk to attend to this
public auction for cash, at the Court House I that time.
T. T. McKENZIE.
door in Kerby villo, Josephine county, Ore
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS NEW GOODS AND LOW PRICES !
Boss Tweed has made his escape at
Great activity is manifested in the
last. On last Saturday, Warden Dun.
Wednesday, December 15, 1875,
ham, of the Ludlow street jail in New
between the hours of nine o’clock a . m . and
four o'clock P. M. of said day, all right, title Tico and a Half Miles above Bybee's,
York City, accompanied him to the nean fleet has been ordered home ; all and
A T EVANS CREEK, JACKSON COUN-
residence of Mrs. Tweed and allowed the iron-clads are being put in fighting Yim Yam in and to the following described
ty, Oregon, respectfully calls the atten
real ami personal property, to-wit: An
ON ROGUE RIVER.
him to go up-stairs, to his wife’s ' trim ; and the Atlantic fleet has been undivided
rod need rates.
tion of the public generally to his LARGE
three-fourths (•%) interest of that
Z-fT Repairing done promptly, and at and WELL ASSORTED STOCK of
rooms, while he and his deputy re summoned to Norfolk. Something certain ditch known as the Baitman ditch,
in keeping with the times.
mained below. In about ten min seems to be stirring ; but, perhaps, the liams creek and empty in the Williamsburg rpiIE UNDERSIGNED take pleas -
Jacksonville, Nov. 5, 1875.
utes Dunham, becoming uneasy, sent
1 ure in notifying the public that they
which he offers for sale cheaper than the
of said Wing Faun and Yim Yam to certain have established a new ferry at the above
one of Tweed’s sons to tell his father
mining claims, flumesand dwelling-houses named place, and have the largest and saf
Give me a call.
in the Williamsburg Mining Dis est boat on the river, furnished witli the JOHN L. CARTER & SON,
Hoag, the corrupt Quaker Indian situated
to return, but when the young man
zjsif Wool and Hides taken in exchange
trict, Josephine county, Oregon.
strongest wire rope, ami charge less for
for goods at market rates.
DAN. L. «GREEN,
came down he said Tweed was not Agent, has not been removed, but
ferrying. Gives us a trial.
Sheriff of Josephine county, Oregon.
TAYLOR A CO.
there. The house was at once searched wants to retire. And Secretary Chan Kerbyville, November 8, 1875.
Evans Creek, Sept. 27, 1875.
and the police authorities were notified dler has appointed as his confidential
E ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
all kinds of Fainting, including
of the fact, but at last accounts noth clerk ex-C’ommissioner Smith — the
ORTH’S BRICK BUILDING, UP-STAIRS, HOUSE PAINTING,
“trooly loil” chap who has grown
ing bad been heard of the prisoner.
enormously rich off a small salary in
U. S. LAND OFFICE, 1
N AND AFTER THE TENTH DAY’
Important to Mine Owner».
R oseburg , October 27, 1875. j
of September, 1875, the Patrons of Hus
three years. But he understands ad
bandry Mill Company will cease to grind
on exchange, except for family use tor pro
The Commissioner of the General dition, division and silence. Chandler I I V ed at this Office by A. J. Henderson
rs . williams takes this meth - WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING. ducers, in unbranded sacksand instead
against the heirs of Win. B. Bailey, deceased,
od of informing tho public that she is
Land Office lately made the following
will buy wheat and pay the highest market
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING OONE.
for abandoning his homestead entry, No.
prepared to furnish board bv the week, day
price therefor. For particulars, apply at
The steamship Gussie Telfair from 2201, dated August 1,1875, upon the N. E. or single meals, at reasonable terms. Tlie Orders from the country promptly attend the
of N. E. M of section 20, and the W. M of table will constantly be'supplied with tho
An incorporated association of citi Portland for Victoria, struck on a
order of the Board.
W. % and N. W. J4 of S. W. X
A of section best tho markot affords. No Chinese em
J. S. HERRIN, President.
zens owning separate and distinct in point of rocks below Ilapgood’s fishery N.
21, Township 39 south, range 8 west, in Jo ployed, and satisfaction guaranteed. Give
lymale , Secretary.
terests in a placer mine may unite
sephine county, Oregon, with a view to the mo a call and judge for yourselves.
All Kinds of Job Printing
their means and expend $500, as re on the Columbia river, about 25 miles cancellation of said entry : the said parties
quired by law, at one place, and after above Astoria, on the night of Nov. fice on tlie 11th day of December, 1875, at
ward secure a patent from the United 26th, and damaged her so that it was 1 o’clock p . M., to respond and furnish tes
States. Locators of mining claims deemed advisable to run her ashore. timony concerning alloged abandonment.
otice is hereby ’ given that
NEATLY A CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
W m . R. WILLIS, Register.
the accounts of the firm of Manning A
have exclusivo right of possession of A large quantity of flour and other J. C. F ullerton
have been placed in my hands for col
the surface embraced in their claims
lection. All persons indebted to said firm
1 ties the public that whereas iny wife has
and of the limiter growing thereon, in
are requested to settle immediately.
AAA Per Dav at homo. Terms left my bed and board without cause or
II. K. HANNA.
compliance with the United States and board, the most of which will prove a
free. Address G. STINSON provocation, I will pay no debts of her con
I total loss.
& Co., Portland, Maino.
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