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(OVITT CUlBr proceedings .
BOARD OF TRINTEIA
R. B. Hargadine has resumed work
A special meeting of the Board of
Trustee” was held on the evening of Odd Fcllowi’ Building, irhontillr, Crt(cn,
FRIDAY,................................... JULY 14, 187«. '
Base ball raging fiercely.
1'iilge; Samuel Furry, Commissioner;
George Conn, who has been wi’h U” July 10th, at which ell the members
F rom L ixkville —II. M. Thatcher
for the past week, returned to hi- were present.
DEALER & WORKER IN
of Lake county is in town.
home at Linkville.
President Fisher called the meeting
Now conies E. D. Foudray and filr-
Trustees meet next Tuesday.
M1”S Frankie Moore, of the Klam- | to order and statetl its object.
NoTrS D ue .—The interest on many
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ete.
The minutes of the last meeting
Harvesting rapidly progressing.
School Fund notes is now due, and
the sum of $10 030, with K. Kubli, C.
were rea»i and approved.
Mining played out in many place-
few »lays’ s» Journ among u”.
Treasurer Orth requests those owing
C. Beekman, P. J. Ryan and W. J
R S. Dunlap’s hill for $30 was or
The average Ashland hoodlum
County scrip always taken at par a
the same to call and pay it.
Ply nude as sureties, which were ap
amuses himself by laying In ambu-h
the T imes office.
An application to pur»’ha”e fractional AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
O fficers E lected .—At a regular
f«»r the de^r that daily come to the
Miss Ella Thornton, of Ashland, i-
John Orth flies his bonds as Treas
meeting of Oregonian-Pocahontas Tri l»e
warm spring- to drink the sulphur | '»l»»ck No 55 was received from Mr.
in town on a visit.
urer, in the sum of $20,000, with A
Urtiain. R»*ad and referre»! to special
No. 1, Imp. O. R. M., held last Tues- ,
water, of which they Hre very fond. '
I)r. Callender has been vaccinating Fisher, II. v. 1I> Ims, Ji Nunan, E
(’ommittce. Brown and Cronemillcr,
day evening, the following officers
A great many are yearly slaughtered
Graupner, L. Solomon, J. N. T. Miller,
to eximine and report at the next
were elected : C. W. Sivage, Sachem; some children in town.
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES,
Newell Delamater has been appoint A. Davison and P. Boschey as sureties,
E. D. Foudray, Senior Sagamore; H. ,
When our ba-e ball »’lob plays a
which were approved.
The attention of the Board wa”
K. Hanna. Junior Sagamore; E. B. ed Postmaster nt Kerbyville.
match game hereafter away from our »•alle«l to th»* find
an«l dmigermi” «-on-
Watson, Chief of Records ; A. Fisher, ' The quartz ledges found near Jump
town, an»l e-peclally out of the Stat»*, ; dilion of tlie old hay scab’s nil Fourth
Keeper of Wampum.
off Joe are said to be very rich.
J. N. T. Miller, W. J. Plymale, H. v. We woul»l a»lvisp its members nut to -tree!. Th«* matter was referred !»■ POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
C rackers .—Attention is called to
Helms and T. T. McKenzie as sure telegraph hack that It was defeated. the Committee on Streets.
the advertisement of the U. S. Ba- .
It take« too much time to telegraph
ties, which were approved.
A resolution was passed requiring
Fuse and Caps,
Form Tilden and Hendricks’ club-
kery, Yreka, which now sells all kinds
B. C. Goddard files his bonds as As
th»* Committee on Streets to notify
of crackers, Jenny Lind cakes, ginger everywhere. Now is the time to act.
sessor, in the sum of $5,000, with J.i- statement”, be-ides we think it rather owners or th«* person having control ol
snaps, etc., of superior quality, at low
The T imes Irom now until after th* I cob Ish and John E. Ross as sureties, humiliating to do so.
the pre»nis«*” whereon an »il»i »lilapadat Wooden and Willow Ware,
rates. Messrs. Jensen <fc Iffiand, the Presidential election in November fo>
Our base hall club thinks the action- ed building stands, west of Mrs. Cros
which were approved.
proprietors, are manufacturing a fir*t $1.
The report of the viewers to locate of )he Jacksonville club very queer, to by’s, to have the same either removed
class article of crackers, which have
Mrs. P. D. Parsons, formerly of this ' a county road commencing at the <ay th»* least. That club seemed so or secured from falling into the street,
gained the high reputation of even place, but now of Chico, Cal., is here
seven-mile po<t on the Jacksonville impatient to get a “dig” at our club I as it appears at present likely to «Jo.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS,
excelling the San Francisco, besides on a visit.
and Kerbyville road and terminating that we were doubtful if they could
A petition was received from the
being fresher ami cheaper. If you
J. H. Russell, of the Soda Springs, at Nicholas Wright’s, was adopted and wait until our respects to the Green Centennial Finance Committee asking
want anything in their line don’t fail
horn B. B. Club, of Yreka, had been the Board to donate $40 to aid in de-
has returned from a business trip to i road declared a public highway,
to give them a trial.
i Now comes J W. Manning, Sheriff, paid. As soon as we were free from frlying expenses of the 4th and 5th.
Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hose,
our obligations to that club our boys The petition was granted.
T hanks .—The second nine of the
James C. McCully, Robt. A. Miller i and files a statement of delinquent
A resolution passed authorizing the
Ashland B ase Ball Club return thanks and C. I). Cardwell returned from Sa : taxes and the amonnt collected since expiessed their readiness, through the
May 1, 1876, which is as follows:
Committee on Streets to have the walk
to the Jacksonville second nine and lem yesterday.
Amount of delinquent turned over
extending from Smith & Hockenyo-’
our citizens in the following manner:
Wm. II. Shook has gone to Like
shop, over Ru h gulch, protected by a I I have secured the services of a First-class
The second nine of the Ashland B county on a visit to his friends and May 1, 1876, $5,524.57 ; amount col
lected since that date, $3,555.30 ; bal-
B. Club tender their thanks to the
suitable railing on each side of the Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair*
member” of the Jacksonville B. B. relations there.
lance unpaid, $1,974.25. Said return
walk and report expense to the Board. ing promptly and in superior style.
Club for their unlmumled hospitality
David Cronemiller elsewhere calls i was received, and Clerk ordered to that they would not meet us until
The Board then ailjourned to meet
toward us during our late stay in their on th» we indebted to him to come for
after the series of games begun be on the 18th.
town; and also to the citizens gener ward and settle.
linquent taxes, with his warrant at tween the second nines of Ashland .
ally for many kind favors received at
Justice’- bl inks, as well as all others, tached, commanding said Sheriff to and Jacksonville had been ended, i Mothers, Save the Live s of your daughter
their hands. We can assure them
when affected with consumptive coughs or TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
that the incidents of that occasion will on sale at this office or printed to or collect said taxes due.
We imagine it would be difficult for violent colds, by administering to them 1 I am receiving and have constantly oo
hand a full and first-class stock of
ever retain a pleasant place in our der on short notice.
Now comes E. D. Foudray, Clerk, them to distinguish between their without delay, the Standard Specific, Hals's
memory. By order of the Club.
The Circuit Court met again on the | and K. Kut.li, Treasurer, and file their first and second nine just at the pres Honey of Horehound and Tar.
Colt lies M erritt , Sec.
Pike's Toothache Dropscure in one minute.
7th, but adjourned without transacting exhibit- of the financial condition of ent time, and if they did, their first
DRY GOODS, Gum Boots, TOBACCO,
P robate C ourt .—The following anything of importance.
.Licks tn county for the year ending nine would fall far below the standard
iSiTThe National Gold Medal was awarded
business has been transacted in thi-
to Bradley <Jt Rulofson tor the best Photo
A lot in Pl ice i’X will be sold nt .Lily 1, 1876, which were examined
R ob R oy .
Cotirl si.ice our last report, Hon. S. J. Sheriff's silt* on Aiiju-d 12th next. j and approved, and ordered published
Ashland, J uly 1 1,1876.
Medal for ilie best in the world. 429 Monte GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc.
Day, Probate Judge, presiding:
R •¡id the n »tire elsewhere.
gomery street, San Francisco.
I. (). O F. I nstallation .—At a
In the matter of the estate of Na
Wm. Kibler, one of the pi »ne»*r
poleon Baker, deceased. Wm. R ly
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
Now < oincs J. W. Manning and re meeting of Ashland Lodge No. 45, I.
resident-of this county, left on a vi-i>
PLYMALE—In this city, July 13;li, to the
to his <>l I home in Ohio anti the Cen turns the delinquent tax list of 1874,
Jacksonville, Feb. 18. 1875.
John A. Boyer. I). D. G. M., in-tailed
In the matter of the estate of N. C.
the amount of which is $804.39.
tennial on ’he 15th ult.
Dean, deceased. Anna Dean appoint
IL I). F'ltnlrav was contintv’d as the following »tffi’ers fir Che ensuing
THE SODA SPRINGS!
Toe B >ird <>f County Commi--i imT-
ed iidmmistrat rix.
' »g< nt »»f th»* county poor until next term : J. II. Nidi, N. G.; J. I). Foun
vei l ¡st* for -eib-<l prop »•
tain, R. S ‘C.; E. J. Farl.iw, P. 8 ; J.
II. (’. Fleming, guardian of the mi
! t rm of Court.
sal- for putting a new roof mi ami a
nor heir- of David Farra, decea-ed,
It wa- order»*»! that E. I). Foudray, (). Andrews, Treas.; W. W. Kentnor,
new fl »or in the Court House. R ■ »»I
files his until! d statement, which Was
I Clerk, ii'lverti«1 for proposal” for put- R. S. N. G.; R P. Neil, L. S. N. G.;
i ling a new roof on th»* Court House J. Q. Latta, R. S. V. G.; J. A. Carter,
Farmers wi’l always fi ni i -upply of ind a new 11 »or in the .-ame.
L. S. V. G ; H. A. Neil, IL S. S.; J.
Io tin* matter of the estate of Eliza-
IN SOUTHERN OREGON.
lieth Walker, deceased. John P. farming implements of all kinds nt
It w.i” onlered that tin* Cl»‘rk con- K. IL Iman, L. S. S.; Wm. Flowers,
Walker, ailmini-trator, files his inven John Biiger’s. Ileal-o keeps a large tract with tin* lowest ami be-t bidder W.; Ed. Du Peatt, C.; W. Mitchell,
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tory and appraisement. An order was -tork of hardware, tinware, etc , and to repair the in-iile of tin* Clerk’- ami
JE1TSEN « IxFLAND,
given Io said administrator to sell cer
B ase B all at Y reka .—The fol
I Sheriff s offices and for the painting of
AND MARBLE WORKS,
The second nine of ’ll“ J ick-onville | the oiit-i»h* of the buihliiig and re lowing is the .sc«ire of the game of U. S. BAKERY, YREKA,
tain personal property.
Bi-e Bill C’lu'i will play a primti«»* pining tiie ro >f of the -ame.
base bill play» »l al Yreka on the Fourth
F or A shland .— The Jacksonville
ARE NOW SELLING
if ime on the Hit near the Di-lrict
Dr. J. A. Cdlendt-r fil»*s his <iffi •iul hv the Ashland ami Ycki »dubs;
Ho i Unto All Who Thirst!
Juniors will go to Ashland Monday to
School H »u-e to-morrow afternoon, lioinls ns Coroner, in th«* -um »if $2,000, Ashland.
R. O.\ Greenhorn.
play the return game of ba-e liull with
Ewing, p.......... ... 4 4l Herzog, p......... .. 5 1 Soda, Graham, and Sugar
ami will appear in uniform.
COME YE UNTO
with J. S. Herrin and Veit S’halZa- Tolman, e........ 2 7| Bnrrows, s. s.... .. 5 o
the second nine of that place, whom
Foun’ain, s. s.. ... H 1 ¡Seheder, r. f.... .. 1 6
The insurance adjuster has adjusted -uretie-, which were improve»!.
they defeated on the 5ih. They will
Wai i o 1, 1st b.. ... 5 0 Schlägel, c....... .. 4 o
Jo. Solomon’s losses, and he will re
Gillett, 2d b..... ... 4 3 Ramms, Ist b...... 4 3 Jenny Lind Cakes and Gin THE SODA SPRINGS!
play in their new uniform, which is
M ver, 3d b.......... 5 3 Nortlhe.m. 1 f.. .. 3 4
Jackson, r. f .... »J 2 Miner, 2d b..... .. 4 o
as follows: White shirt, with red ceive the full amount. Jo. was in-
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Hill, c. f.............. 5 3 <ildhain. c. f ... .. 3 3
-ured for $2,000 in the Commercial
AND pKINK WITHOUT
collar and cuff-. ; red shield, with a
j F atal A ccident —Mr. Evan Tay- Alford, 1. f....... ... 3 4 »iillis, 3d b....... .. 3 4
Union and for $1,000 in the Royal
blue J, tielow which is given tiie po-i-
■ l»»r, who was living near Vannoy’*
Total.............. ..4»» 27| Total...... ....... ..32 27
We will guarantee to sell a better article of . Money and Without Price!
lion of the player; red cap. The fal
' Ferry, on Rogue river, Josephine
Flys caught- — A-hland 6 ; Greenhorn, 8.
Crackers cheaper than can be laid
Less than $2,000 of the stock of the ‘ county, met with a singular accident Home runs—A shland. 1.
lowing is tiie nine : Frank McCain,
down from ban Franc.-co.
pitcher ; Chas. Prim, catcher ; George
| last week, which resulted fatally. Ou
C»RD OF Til wks —The C» ■nten-
UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW KEEP*
Send in Your Orders Now rpITE
Love, short stop; Wm. Mensor, 1st
1 ing i ho Soda Springs fi»iu>e,and having
i Wednesday, the 5th, a horse t r«»»i on nial Committee of Arrangement- is
repaired ana r»*fitted the same are now pre
Irtise ; Lewis Ross, second base; Leon ! cannot but be of immense importance Ids foot, which injured him so as to sue the billowing card nf thank-,
pared tn accommodate all that may favor us
with a call. Prices to suit these hard tiinee.
Stinson, third base ; Robt. Wilkin-on, to the county, and the remaining stock confine him to his tied, where lie was which they have requested u- to pub
JENSEN & IFFLAND, YREKA, CAL.
i placed by a neighbor named Robinson, lish :
right field; A. Mensor, center field and should be taken forthwith.
THE MARBLE BUSINESS
The furniture of the U. S. Hotel, I who left him to staj’ alone that night.
captain ; Henry Mensor, left field.
Permit us to tender our sincere
Will still be a specialty. All order« in thia
Cx OFF line promptly tilled in tho best manner and
The boys will present a nobby ap and also two milch cowsand one heifer, ! His bed was in the upper story of the thanks to Mrs. Kubli, Mr-. Shipley,
at rea-onable rates.
pearance, and go to A-hlatid with the will positively be sold on the 22d of I house anil it is supposed that he g»>t Mrs. Caldwell, ami »Uber ladies »»f
Address, as usual,
A. H. RUSSELL, Ashland
intention of again beating their oppo
up in the night, and, in the dark, fell
services reiulered the committee in or
nents. They play a rattling game, leaving shortly after for Eureka, Cal. 1 through an open stove-pipe hole to ganizing an»i perfecting the pro
COST AND FREIGHT!
and we won’t be at all surprised to see See advertisement elsewhere.
the lower story, where he was found gramme fi»r our Centennial celebration,
them du it.
Those who d sire to know how the next morning wedged in betw’een the and e-p cially tor the beautiful ar
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G rand R atification M eeting .— county stands and the finances of the board”, which had been broken by his rangement of the tw-»cars, which were HUIE UNDERSIGNED, DESIRING TO i
1 elose out business in JacKsouville, offers ‘
under their especial control.
Cor. California J: 4th Sts.
Agreeable to notice, a large crowd as : same for the past year, can receive fall. When found he was in a dying
for sale at cost nud freight for <aish his com- 1
plete and tirst-class siock of dry goods, dress
sembled in front of Orth’s building ■ the information by consulting the ex- condition, and, although released from
A ppointment .—The following is my plan j i goods,
shawls, ribbons, ladies^ and chil-
last Saturday evening for the purpose ! bibita of the County Clerk and Treas his torturing position, expired before of appointments:
1 »Iren’s hose and shoes, gentlemen’s furnish-
UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
! medical assistance c«»uld be summoned. •2d Sunday in July, Sam’s valley, com- ! ing goods, hats, groceries, crocKery, lamps, rpiIE
of ratifying the nominations of Tilden urer published in another column.
meneing Friday before.
baskets, spoons, Knives and forks, tobacco 1 spectfullv inform their friends and the
3d Sunday in July, llrownsborough, Sat 'and cigars, pipes, cutlery, stationery, toys, public generally that they have purchawd
and Hendricks. Several ladies were
David Cronemiller and Matt. Shan
G erman R ed M en .—At a regular urday before.
YanKee notions, ami every tiling usually the above establishment, which will bo
present, occupying the windows of the non have formed a partnership, and
henceforth conducted under their constant
in a tirst-class variety’store.
meeting of J.wk-on v ¡lie Stamm No.
My slock is fresh and of thu bes‘, and personal supervision, and they guarantee
rooms of the Social Club and of Orth’s ; will hereafter conduct the Excel-ior
oih Sunday in July, Ashland, Saturday those desiring anything in my line should satisfact < n to all wlio may favor them with
( 148, U. (). R M , bel«l on the evening
building. The Jacksonville band was blacksmith simp. They are both ex
1 give me a call.
of the 6lh, the following officers were
1st Sunday in August, Linkville, Saturday
Those knowing themselves indebted will ■ These stables are centrally locatod, ami
in attendance ami furnish«*«! g.*od mu cellent workmen and will do all work
please settle immediately. I mean business. within convenient distance of the various
electeil : Ben. S tubs, Oberclrief; E befom.
2«l ¡Sunday in August, Evans’ Creek, Sat
sic for the occasion. Anvils were fired in their line with neatness ami dis
BEN. SACHS, j houses of public entertainment. Horses
Jacob-», Unter»-lii f; John S'humpf, urday before.
JacKsonville, July 1, 1875.
and mules will be boarded ami cared for at
at intervals, and huge bonfires served patch, at low rates. Give them a call.
3d ’Sunday in August, Applegate, Quar
moderate charges. They have one of the
i Beicliivf; M ix Muller, Schriefl fuehrer;
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south ot
to light up the whole. At alxiut half
4th Sunday in August, Jacksonville,Quar
A |>arty consisting of Judge Prim, Herman v. Helms, Gvhuelfschrieft-
past eight the meeting was called to
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
Mes-rs. H. Klippel, M. Calori, K. Ru , fuehrer ; Veit Schutz, Schatzverwah-
The officiary will please attend—especial
order by E. D. Foudray, E-q., who
bli, F. Grob, David Cronemiller, J. A.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR With single or double teams, for hire on rea
J. IL N. B ell ,, Pastor.
stated its object. Short and stirring
1 sale his farm situated on Antelope creek, sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses
Wilson, Peter Auersbach and other-,
miles east of Jacksonville, containing 480 j and Mules, which will be hired to go to any
speeches were made by Messrs. A. C.
D elegates E lected .—Tim I’a- acres of lan»l, 400 acres being good farming [ part ot the country at moderate rates.
well supplied with necessaries, left for | Grenzwaechter; F. Grob, Verwait«
Jones, Henry Klippel, James R. Neil,
Animals bought and sold, and broke to
trons’ Convention for the election of land and under fence. It is a good grain ' saddle
the Beaver creek cinnabar mini’s on ' ungsrath.
and H. K. Hanna, which were lis
KUBLI * WILSON.
representatives to the ensuing session good housesand barns upon it.
Wednesday. They will be gone sev
H ill ’ s M anual .—L. W. Bites is
tened to with interest and well re
of the State Grange, to meet at Albany down, the balance to suit purchaser.
n iw canvassing this county for “Hill’s
ceived. The names of Tilden and
J. W. SIMPSON.
on the 4th Tuesday in September, was
i Manual,” one of the most valuable
N. B.—This land will be sold in smaller i
Hendricks were received with en
held in the hall of Jacksonville Grange parcels, if desired
7 tf. j
' works yet introduced. There is a
thusiasm and several hearty cheers '
last Monday, and resulted in the elec
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
were given for our standard-bearers ning. Remarks were made by Pro vast amount of all kinds of information tion of J. N. T. Miller and lady and
during the meeting, which did not fessors J. W. Merritt and J. Q. Willits, i contained in it, and it should be in the M. Peterson and lady.
4 FLOURING MILL, ONE RUN OF rpiIE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WCTTEREI:,
broak up until about half-past ten. I Rev. J. S. McCain and others. Sing hands of every business man as well
V burrs, good water power, favorably lo- ' 1 has now on hand and h» consfantly man
ing, reading of essays, etc., comprised as in every family. Mr. Bates has
B ase B all C hallenge A ccepted .
It was an auspicious opening of the
<iated in Kerbyville. For particulars^ ad ufacturing the best Lager Beer In Suutiio. n
Oregon, which he will self in quanlitit* io
J. B. SIFERS,
the balance of the exercises, which visited a portion of the county, and —The challenge of the Ashland first dress
campaign on the part of the Dernoc- .
Kerbyville, Josephine county, Oregon, i suit purchaser*. <’’’•1 and test ihe article
gave satisfaction to the assembled au meets with gratifying success every nine having been accepted by the
racy, and we regret that our crowded ■
Per <Ia-v at beine. fSumphs
A. DAY at home. Agents wanted.1
efface will not Admit of a more extend-1 dience. It is the intention to bold where. Examine the work and see Jacksonville club the game will pruba- CUT 0 Outfit
aud terms free. TRUE* CO., ! a 0TO0¿V worth ?! free. S tin ga Jfc
blv occur at this place to-morrow.
another rally ere long.
«d account, which it well merited.
Co., Poriland. Maine.
Hay coming in lively.
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MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
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To Ms.c’iants an! Daalars
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,