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UI k gmccratic ® imrjs.
LMAL Mt R VITI ES.
Si ranger*» nre abundant.
JULY 21, 1876.
Weather sultry and disagreeable.
BASE BALL MATCHES.
were returning from Jsckon creek
in a buggy Sunday evening last, the
The base ball fever is still nt its
horses shied at a man lying drunk
In the mad an»l went off over a high
height, and last Saturday and Monday
APFOTNTMRNT.—Tho following in my plan
34 Snndav in July, Brownsborough, Sat-
Old Fellows’ building, Jacksonüllr, Crrfcp,
Ph Sunday in July, Taylor’s Ferry, Sat
5'h Sunday in July, Ashland, Saturday
DEALER A WORKER IN
1st Sunday in August, Linkville, Saturday
2d Sundav in August, Evans’ Creek, Sat TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, et«.
31 Sunday in August, Applegate, Quar
4’h Sunday in August. Jacksonville,Quar
The o'beiarv will please attend—especial
ly the Quarterly Conference*’.
J. R. N. B ell , Pastor.
were the occasion of two splendid I
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
games between the two nines of the I
Col. W. S Stone wa- in town last week.
Jacksonville and Ashland clubs, In
Geo. P. Rowell A Co....................... New York.
don»* to either men or horses and th»*
•L M. Pettingill A Co................... New York.
one the former triumphed, and the
C. W. Sivage has gone to Portland.
Dan. L. Green................... Josephine County,
latter in the other.
t has. Hughes................................. Kerbvville i
Jay Beach,»»f Ft. Klamath, I-in town.
It is a won«1»*r how all escaped 4o pasi-
Ben Haymond................................. Ro< k P<»int
Saturday’s game was between the
L. P. Fisher,...............................J-aï) Francisco.
Alex. Martin left for Like county lv. as the bank is at least twenty feet
Thos. Royce................................ San Francisco
first nines of the two dubs and was
Rowell A Che-man............................ st. Louis Monday.
played on the flat near the District
Gus. A. Winckler.................................... Yreka
Haying about finished and harvest
In a letter from Chewaucan, Lake School House, a poor place, to say the
county, under a recent date, a Mr. least. A large crowd was present and
L ost .—A gold ear-ring, inlaid with
The A-‘bland Woolen Mills aro run Sutherlin says the country is not what the match proved to be one of the
pearl, was lost in town this week. The
A ldf . n F ruit D ryer .—Sealed pm-
he exported t«» find it. It is entir»*lv most interesting as well as the best pn«als will he received at the office of
finder will be suitably rewarded by ning again.
leaving it at E. Ja«o!»s* store.
Don’t f«»rget the sale at Horne’s ho- overstocked. The grass is pretty well played that ever occurred between Si- Wm. M. Turner, Secretary of the Al-
killed out on Ihe hills, and all the lem and Sacramento, as the score will <b n Fruit Drying Company, until Jolv A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES,
R eligious N otice .—Rev. J. s.
E C Brunks has removed into the hay land is taken up. Stock of all show. Etch chit) played well, but 24’h next for the erection of a three-
M C tin having improved in health,
kimls ¡s poor, hut gaining «•lowly. Th»* while the batting of the Addands was Rforv building, 40x20 feet, to l»e com
will hold divine services at the M. E Mit-onie building.
County sciip always taken at par
Church next Sunday morning and
ering some of Ihe low hills. The Ore villes excelled that of their competi
at the T imes office.
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
D ied S uddenly .—A. Doolittle, of
gon Central Military R »a«l is impassa- tors. The Jacksonville nine’s playing
Prof. Willits lias organize«! a sing
M arried —At Oikland, Cal., rc-
I'le, snow lying upon it for a di-tanee on the first inning was very poor and TTippv Camp, writes us that Michael
Fuse and Caps,
y, Major Jam«*s Jackson was mar-
<«f ten miles, ami from six to ten feet proved to be their defeat. It then McAlindon died suddenly nt that
A variety store has been opened at deep on the summit of the Cascjides.
ried to M is.S Ida Bra» h, f»»rmvrly of
seemed as though they would be bad place on the 17th ult. Information
this section. They are rxprclr»! nt John Neither’s old stand.
ly beaten ; but, by a judicious re ar is wanted of his brother. Address A. Wooden and Willow Ware,
Fort Klamath nlwnit the 1st of August.
Read the new administrators’ no
rangement of their men, they kept Doolittle, Happy Camp, Del Norte
ing tire the oificers el«*»*te<l in the va
tices under new this week.
gaining until the ninth inning, when county, Cal.
I mp . O. R. M. D elegates .—At a
rious precincts at the late June elec
Pat. M« Mahon and family returned
the game stood even—21 to 21. On
recent meeting of Oregonian-P>N*ahon-
tas Tribe No I, Imp. O. R. M., E D.
Jacksonville— T. B. Kent, Justice;
MITCHELL—HODGFS—Tn Sam’s Valiev, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS,
June 25th. bv C. C. Gall, J. P.. F. W.
Fond ray, E B. Watson, Sol. Sachs
Jolm P»*;»r<on, Constai'!«*.
Mirehell and Miss Amanda E. Hodges.
the fence several times, the Ashland-
and David Cronemiller were elect d Ji»n«*s’ law ofli -e, Orth’s building.
Leland—\\r. W Polio k, Justice ; D
MITCHELL-DIXON—In Sam’s Valley,
scored six, whin* their opponents only
delegates to the Great Council, which
July Pt'h bv C. c. Gall. J. P-, Waller
We learn that Phoenix has secured G. Browning, Con-tab|e.
Mitchell to Miss Mary Dixon.
added two their score, which decided
is in session at Portland this week.
the «li-tilbT.v referred to el<ewhen*.
Hack Point— J. W. ILivs, Justice;
Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hose,
the gain«* for the former by four runs.
Wm. Carll, divi-ion agent of the O. T. B. Cook, Constable.
C hange of P ublication D ay .—
The Ashl.in«! nine had con.-ide ralile I
Bi<j Butte— Wm. Patterson, Justice; I
MILLS—Near Phoenix. July 8tli, to the
After to-day the T imes will be pub & C. Stage Line, was in town this week.
advantage in practice as also in size
wife of John Mills, a daughter.
M. S. Perry, Constable.
C. C. Beekman returned from San
lished every Thursday morning. We
of players, ti ey being all grown men, THORNTON—In Josephine county.'June
Little Butte— L. Tinkham, Justice ;
Kith, to the wife<»f IL Thornton, a daughter.
make this change for the benefit of our Francisco Sunday. He will not go
while a majority of the Jacksonville MILLER—In Ashland, July 18th, to the
I have secured the services of a First-clan
John A-hpole, Constable.
many subscribers in Like and Joseph Ea-t until later.
wife of E. Miller, a daughter.
nine were small hoys, which < ounted
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair*
Manzanita— T. T. McKenzie, Jus
ine counties, who will thus receive
heavily in the hatting. But, while it
Mrs. E. Jambs and Mrs. N. Fisher
tice ; J. M. H«»pwoo«l, Con-table.
ing promptly and in superior style.
NEW. THIS WEEK.
the latest news several days earlier returned the other day from a visit
is not the intention to detract one iota
Pleasant OeeA—Robt. Montgomery,
than they now do.
to Sin Fram ¡sco.
from the merit of the Ashland play
J 11st ice.
ers, it is the almost unanimous opinion
Dr. Callender an«l Robt. Kahler left
F or K entucky .—Mr. Wm. Bybee
Grant's Pass— L. F. Allen, Justice ; !
In the matter of the estate of N. C. Dean,
that if tiie Jacksonville r ine hail had I I
left Yreka for his old home in Win la-t Wednesday on a hunting expedi J. Maliin, Constable.
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
GIVEN THAT 1 I am receiving and have constantly 00
a little practice tog, ther or exercise I
chester, Clark county, Kentucky, after tion to Jenny creek.
Flounce Rock— John L. Colvig, Jus-
Li the undersigned has been appoin'ed
more judgment in placing their men i by the County Court of Ja<*kson county, hand a full and first-class stock of
A plea-ant pir»y «M’ctirred at the S >- tic«*; II. B. Brophy, Con-tab|e.
the Centennial celebration there. He
on the fust inning, the score would Oregon, Administratrix of tho estate of N.
will be gone for some months, during eial Club R »oms last S third ly, a good
Fbo^’ Creek— Titos. M«*c, Justice.
C. Dean, deceased.
have stood det idedly different. The
All persons in<leb‘o<l to said estate nre
which time he will probably visit the
Eden— C. S Sirgeant, Justice; R
requested to settle the same immediately, DRY GOODS, Gum Booti, TOBACCO,
! following is tlie score :
and those having claims against tho estate
Exposition at Philadelphia. We wish
Judg»* Watson, accompanh'.l by bi Nyswann«*r, Const a bk*.
JI. O. Ashland.
P.O. will present them with the proper vouchers
Uiiontoton— A W. Si urges, Justice; i McCullv, p. ....... 5 il Ewing, p............. 3 3 to me at my residence near Willow Springs
him a pie i<ant j <urney and safe return. son ami niece, l»*ft ye-b*r«lay on a
| Ah*nsor, W., l. f.. 4 3| Walio 1, e............ 2 3 within six months from the da’e hereof.
J. N For«!, Coil-table.
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc.
vi-it to Empire (’¡ty, C« o- county.
I Miller, e..... ...... 3 3' Fountain, s. s.... 1 G
P robate C ourt .—In the Probat»*
Table AW;—C.C.G.*.ll, Justice; Wm. I Love, r. f ....
2 Butler, 1st b...... 3 3 Administratrix of tho estate of N. C. Dean.
Kilder A W itson are fitting up th«*
•> 4 Jackson, 2d b... .4 3
Court on the 17th, Anna Dean filed
July 17, 1876.
S *lph. Coii-ta'ile.
Mensor. IL, c. !.. 2 4M ver, 3-lb......... 3 0
bonds in the sum of $5,000. as admin budding ui*xt door to tin* Expr»*-- Of
Everything sold at reasonable rate«.
Ashland— J. M. Sutton, Justice ; R ■ Mensor. A.. 1 stb. 1 4 Gillett, l.f........... 4 2|
istratrix of the estate of N. C. Dean,
Rieck, s. s.. ....... 1 4IAlfor«l, <:. 1......... 4 3
In the matter of the estate of Napoloon Ba i
C. Coleman w'll shortly p it up a
deceased, with J. Mc Donough, Thos.
.J. IL Knutzen, Ju-tice;
Total......... ....... 23 27! To‘al................. 27 27 VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Wright, J E Ross, Jacob I-h and J. brick where his frame l>U'l»ling now
A lz»tiih-n, ('1 mstabl«*.
THE SODA SPRINGS!
the undersigned has been appointed by
Kellogg, sureties. J bn W;it.-O'i, John -tamis. The contract i-alreadv mad*.
Innings....... .... .... ....| I |2|3!1|5|6|7|8|!)| i’otal
the County Uourt of Jackson county, Ore
O ur A-l.l.mi c«»temp'>rary finds Jacksonx ilk • • • • • •• ....i 310 O!O|H6.7!4|2l 23
Tupper and Thos. Chtvner were ap-
J. T. For»»«-, of C .11 ah an’s R.n b,
gon, Administrator of tiio estate of Napo
■ Ashland.... ........... .... !0|0 0 116 1121! 6| 27
leon Baker, deceased.
Si-kiyoti county, C tl., has bought th«* -oim* < <>n-olation for the defeat of its
All persons indebted to said esta’o are
Time of game, 2 hours, 30 minutes.
-;il«i'«n form»*rly run by J ihn Di« k at -i cotiil nine in the fart Iha' live of the
Fly bails caught—Im-ksonxille, 9; Ash- | requeste«l to settle the samo immediately,
T he S tar C lub r« the : F ront —
amt those having claims against the estate
.Ja k-onvi le -rend nine played in th»* land, 8. Home runs—Jacksonville, 1.
will present them with the proper vouchers
The Pr«*»jd«*nt of the St ir Bi-«* Bill
Umpire,Cltas. L. Mo-her; -crci-—N. A. t<> me at my residence in Applecate pre
the Ashland first
A party \\ i I !>»• giv»*n at th«* S «ci il
Ja«‘obs for Ashland; Chas. Nickell for Jack cinct within six months Irorn the date
Club r« qued*» 11« to stale that
Club R, »«inis lid- evening by Hi«* II tg«*r nim* la-t Satuni iy. The 11 ut h is that sonville.
second nine of th? A-hl.md clu'« is not
Administrator of estate of N. Baker, dec’d.
brothers. Th»*y ar»*-plcmli l musicians
July 7, 1876.
eatl-fieil with their game la-t Monday,
n ‘thing but a pit kt <1 nine fiom player tween th»* Jack<otivilh* nnd Ashlaml
ami give s it ¡-fact ¡« >n.
that they will >0011 l»e ready to meet
in town, ha«l never practice«! togelh»*r, second nines was :d-o interesting and
John Cimbor-ky and S «l. Sichs left
AND MARBLE WORKS.
them in n match game. The Star
knew lillleof each other’s particular ntirai fed quite a er«»wd. S«*veral cou
club is com|»o-< d «>f l»«»ys, most of tin* nth»*r »la.v for Port I and, to be in at- iiwrits, ami only’ »«layed to aecomtiio- ples from town were in attemlance.
whom are under 15 years of age, but I t»*n»l me»* »«n th« Gieal Council of Imp. «lite the As-bland hoys, having not th»* As Hi«» score below will show, it wa*
Ho ! Unto All Who Thirst !
they mean business and are anxious to O R. M f »r this State.
fir-t idea of healing them, as they <li<l an ea-v victory for the Jacksonville J
There being no qti irum present last
hear from their «‘bland friends.
not know what men wer»* going to play boys, who gained on «»very inning ex- !
COME YE UNTO
Tue-'l iv, the ealle-l meeting of tin*
until ju-t before Ihe gime was called. «•« pt th«* 7ih. They playe«l ¡1 splendid •
N ew D istillery .—The Roseburg
IN SOUTHERN OREGON.
Board of Trn-tees was p<i«.tpom*d until
Independent of the 17th says J. Kirk
THE SODA SPRINGS!
next Monday, the 24ih.
land left for Jacksonville this week,
Harri-on K*llv, E-q , has retiirm*<l from ere long. Be.-ides, as our co ini-takes w«*r«‘ few. They labored un- I
AND DRINK WITHOUT
near which place he proposes to im
JENSEN & UPLAND,
from a vi-it to the country and i« temporary doubth*ss knows, a first der the disadvantage of having a dis-
mediately commence the erection of
again at his post ready to attend to nine can play as many of its second as able Captain ami 1st baseman, Which
S. BAKERY, YREKA, Money and Without Price !
a steam distillery, capable of turning
any • iu-ine s in hi- line.
off two hundred gallons of liquor a
ARE NOW SELLING
Every citizen who has the interests la-t Monday beaten by none other than The Ashland b«»ys, although badly
day. The distillery is expe ted to be
of this section at heart should take at the Jacksonville second nine, who h< at«*n, took their defeat good-nat tir«al
'IUTEUNDERSIGNED ARE NOW KEEP-
put in complete running order in a
I ing the Soda Springs House,and having
least 'out* share in tin* Aldt-u Fruit claim to be nothing more or less.
ly and gracefully acq•ii»*sc«*»l in the ro
ahort time, and will be located either
ana r<*litte«l tlie same are now pre
pared to accommodate all that may lavor us
-ult. Thu following is the score ot
at Applegate, W gner or Beir Creeks Dryer. It is a good thing.
R eligious A pp»»1 ntments — Rev.
Jenny Lind Cake3 and Gin with a calf. Prices to suit these hard times.
the gam«* :
or Phcenix. Everything as tn the mat
S. W. Davies, Pastor < f the M. E.
THE MARBLE BUSINESS
O. 7?. 1 Ashland.
ter of location will dep*n<l upon which Josephine and Like counties, con Church for Applegate Cinuit, will F. .McCain, p....... 4 6 IL Giddings, c ,.. 2
Will still be a specialty. All orders In this
taining the names of ihe new officers,
locality produ»*es the mod fruit.
4 .1. Eubanks, p. *3
line promptly tilled in the best manner and
preach on and at the following limes It. Wilkin-on, r.f 7 6 8|G. Hill, 3d b....
L. Stinson. 3d b..
at rea* onablè rates.
will I k * found on our first pig»*.
2 4!« ». Howard, s. 1 S...3 *>
Address, as usual.
A ttracting M ore A ttention .
3 We will guarantee to sell a better article of
Mrs. Sarah Shepard, of Wisconsin, Jerome Prairie; olh Sunday in July, A. Mensor, 1st b. 2 1 7 pl. Walker, 2d b
J. II. A A. H. RUSSELL, Ashland
__W. W. Piper, formerly architect on
<1. Howard, 1st b .1 3
W. Mensoi, c. f..
Crackers cheaper than can be laid
lectureil on temperance at the M. E Drake’s School House, Saturday* la-fore; G. Love, s. s...... 0
J. Million, r. f ,4 Ari M
down from ban Franc.sco.
the State Capitol, accompanied by a
¡(I ‘ Merritt. 1. 1.
Church Tuesday and Wednesday eve 1st Sunday in Augu-t, Morning Star,
C. Hargadine,c. f.4 1
II. Mensor, 1. f... 1
mineralogist, was in town last week
nings. The attendance was small.
Saturday before; 2d Sunday in Au-
making inquiries concerning our mines.
27 55 Totals............... 27 IS
A watch chain was found in Kubli
Mr. Pi|»er is reported to represent
Cor. California <£ Uh Sts.
Portland men of means, who will in A Wihon’s livery stable after th»* Schoo! House, Saturday before ; 3d Jacksonville.
I5il|fl¡9|2!13 8|4¡7 55
'3 0 3 2 1! 0 900 18
vest in our mines, if they are justified Centennial celebration in town, which Sunday in August, William’s Creek, Ashland........
Time «>t game, 2 hours, 35 minutes.
in doing so. Professional dmies re the owner can recover by calling at Quarterly and Camp Meeting, begin
Fly balls caught—Jacksonville: Wilkin
milE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
ning Friday befori*. Th»* officiary will
quiring bls attention, he left for home the T imes office.
son, 2; Stin-on, I ; W. Meii-or, 1 ; Love. 2;
1 specliully inform their friends and the
generally that they have purchased
last Saturday. Our mines are gradu
A party consisting of Misses M »Hie
2; U. Howard, 1 ; Million, 1. Muffed bulls
the above establishment, which will be
ally attracting more attention abroad, M« Cully, Annie Miller, Myra B«*ll, A.
I —Jacksonville, 4 ; Ashland, 7.
hencelorth conducted under their constant
C ard of T hanks .— Editor Times:
Umpire—Chas. L. Mosher; scorers—TI. California Street. Jacksonville, Oregon. personal suj>ervision, and they guarantee
and all that is necessary to tiring them R iss, Kate Pearson, ami Wilbur F.
satisl'act» n to nil who may favor tlietn with
The Second’Nine of the Jacksonville T. Chitwood for Ashland ; Chas. Nickell fur
ont is capital, plenty of which we will Cornell, Dick I-h, Jim M« Cully, Robt.
Base Ball Club hereby return their
These stables are centrally located, and
ultimately he assured.
At eight o’clock lw>th nines, the
Miller am! Henry Pape, Jr., left «ni a
LOTHES MADE TO ORDER AND SAT- within convenient distance of the various
sincere thanks to the A-hl.ind Second
umpire an«l scorers,[/ sat down to a
istaction warranted. Work done at rea houses of public entertainment. Horsts»
F rom L ake C ounty . —Arthur Lm- rusticating trip to Like county, via Nine for the uniform hospitality and
ami mules will be boarded and cared for at
first-class supper prepared for the oc
moderate charges. They have one of tbe
gell arrived from Lake county this Rogue river, la-t Momlay. lhey will courtesy shown them during their visit
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south of
week. From him we learn that stock be gone alxjut two weeks.
to their town last Monday, assuring
club acting as the host. The whole
fe getting along finely and will soon be
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
A party consisting of N«*wman Fish them that their kindness on that occa concluded with a social party at P.H- XfRS. A. C. JONES, AT HER RESI-
in condition for market. Cattle buy er, Max Muller, W. II. McDaniel, P. sion will not l«e forgotten.
1'1 deuce on Fourth street, opposite the With single or double teams, for hire on rea
terson’s hall, umler the auspices of M. E. Church, keeps on hand and tor sale sonable terms. Al.-o good Saddle Horses
er* have already been there in quest of Boschey anti others, «tarte»! Monday
By order of the Club.
that Club, to which their competitors Hie latest styles of Bonnets, Ladies* and and Mules, which will be hired to go to any
Children’s Hats, Ribbons «and Millinery part of the country at moderate rates.
fat beef cattie, but could not be ar- last to «»pen the roar! up Rogue river
C has . P rim , Sec’y.
were extended a gratuitous invitation, Goods of every description and best quality.
Animals bought and sold, and broke to
rommodated as yet. There will be to Lake county, with the intention of
Bonnets and hats trimmed in the most saddle or harness.
which was well attended by the
F armer ’ s H otel .—Mrs. Williams
fashi* 1 i I )< styles at reasonable pri<*rs.
KUBLI A WILSON.
plenty of hay cut this year, although making the transportation of army
y«>ung folks of Ashlaml and Jackson
in aoine plact»» in Langell, Lost river supplies praclicitlile. They expect to has recured the room in Orth’s build
So ended the series of match
ing formerly occupied by E. C. Brooks, ville.
and Link river valleys, where hay is l»e gone ala»ut two weeks.
games between Hit* two nines for this
FLOURING MILL, ONE RUN OF
usually cut, there is considerable water
The latest a«ivices from the Esther and is fitting it up for a dining room. season, ami Jacksonville carries off the
burrs, good water power, favorably !<>- THK EAGLE BREWERY.
yet standing. Mr. Langell thinks that mine, in Josephine county, are to the
laurels, which the A-hhind boys will cated in Kerbyville. For particulars, ad
J. B. 1SIFER1S,
no doubt endeavor to regain in the dress
cattle will command a better price effect that the mill all'l keeps pound
Kerbyville, Josephine county, Oregon.
thia year than for some time past. ing away, with an abundance of rich
mHE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERKK,
1 has now on hand and is constantly man
eo . P. R owell A Co., New
The Uss of cattle, as has already t»een ore on the dump and plenty more ings.
A ctino through the pores upon the O York, for Pamphlet of 100 pages, con ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern
which he will sell in quantities »0
stated, was severe during the past coining. The Superintendent antici
£0"The National Gold Medal was awarded source» of inflammation G lenn ’ s S ulphur II taining lists of 3,000 newspapers, and esti Oregon,
suit purchasers. Call and test the article.
oap promptly relieves the burning, itch mates showing cost of advertising.
Winter, cows been the principal suf pates a very profitable run of the mill to Bradley <t Rulofson lor the best Photo ing and other annoyances caused by Salt
graphs in the United States, and the Vienna Rheum, Scald Head, Impetigo, Erysipelas Ali) A DAY »it home. Agents wanted. ör*m^0A Per ^av ft; berne. Samplt a
ferers. Jesse D. Carr’s men inform during the present month.
Medal for the best in the world. 429 Monte and other skin diseases, and ultimately re N j 4 Outfit and terms free. TRUE A (. O.. •jO1 Q/»** worth
irte. STt>x‘N A.
him that they this year branded less
than 2B0 ralve« apdod 600 last.
Frank Niday has gone to ’Frisco.
bank near by, taking everything with
Fortunately no Injury was
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
To Merchants and Dealers
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,
E I H