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che gemoffaHr ¿inics.
T he North Pacific Mutual Life As
sociation of Portland is purely mu
tual, simple, plain and easily under
H ill ’ s M anual .—L. S. Bates,'the
agent of this work, will deliver it to
subscribers in Sim’s Valley and other
places next week, commencing on the
Now is the time to insure in a home
Institution while the ngt*nts of the
North Pacific Mutual Life Association
of Portland, Oregon, aro in the
F ire . —T he reside nee o f W m.
ley, of F<xits creek, was totally
etroyed by tire on Sunday before
while tiie family was at church,
origin of the lire is unknown. I
F or H appy C amp .—George W.
Frey intends leaving for Hapoy Camp,
Cal., in a few days, where he intends
setting up shop. He will take hi-
family with him. George is a good
Workman and we wish him success.
R eal E state T ransactions .—S.
Plym de has sold his house and lot on
Oregon street to Mrs. Snioley for the
sumo! Sl,nl7. G<*<». W. Frey’ has sold
his residence on Cdifornia street to
James p. McDiniel for $275.
will preach at (he meeting house
John Lewm »n’s, on Wiiliam’s
, next Situr«lay. at four o'ck»< k,
, and on the following Sunday
Ing at eleven.
<I terations C omm ended . — G. w.
Holt is now engaged in breaking the
ground for his propo-ed hotel on the
lol formerly occupied r»y the U. S. Go
tel. The building is t<> be of brick an d
two stories high. It will be a valu dile
addition io the t >wn, and everybody
hopes for i«> eai I\ r«mi| !■ li in.
line b< tween Waldo ami that place, to
connect with Charlev Griffith’s stage.
R. B. Ilargadine is slowly’ recover
, It will bo running about the first of
ing from his late indisposition. He is
t next month.
Game law about out.
able to be on the streets again.
Blackberries are abundant.
The stage from the South arrived
It costs only’ ten dollars to hit a “pea-
[ five hours behind time last Saturday, chick” on the head with a stone. It
Sawtelle troupe this evening.
Another boarding-house in town IS owing to a.series of accidents befalling makes “pea-chicks” scarcer though.
it between Reading and Cole’s station.
Mr. Bancroft, of the firm of A. L.
¡Nobody was hurt and tho damage Bancroft A Co., San Francisco, was in
The County Commissioners’Court is
done in each instance trilling.
town last week. He seemed to be
If tho necessary arrangements can talking up the text-book question, Of
The T imes until December 1st for
be concluded, the “third” nines of this course he wishes for the re-adoption of
$1. Send in your names.
j place and Ashland will meet in a match the Pacific Coast series—being largely’
A large amount of Hour is being
' game at Phoenix next Saturday. The interested therein.
sent to Josephine county.
! Jacksonville boys play a »‘stiff” game
We missed the usual household and
Ed. B. Caton and Dave Crosby ar for “thirds” and are eager for the fray. kitchen “hints” in the last issue of the
rived from the Willamette on Sunday
S. C. Taylor, living near Phoenix, in Tidings. We would advise our editor
forms us that he lost his fine Sligart pro tem. to procure a “bundle of hints.”
Miss Effie Hubbard returned Sat stallion some days ago. He was ap
The match game of base ball adver
urday from an extended visit to Ne parently in good health when left the tised to transpire between the Ash
; evening before, but whi n found the land B ase Ball Club and Mystic Base
K. Kubli, John Bilger, Kahler A- Bro. next morning was in the last agonies I 1 Ball Club of Fort Klamath was played
here last Saturday, in the presence of
and others received new goods this I of death.
A harvest-hand named Swindon was a large concourse of people, who had
A lot in Phcenix will be sHd at the other day knocked senseless by assembled to witness the progress of
Sheriff’s sale on Saturday. See adver a derrick with which he was raising the game. The points in the game,
straw at the farm of Jacob Ish. Dr. from beginning to end, were well
played, and both clubs manifested skill
Mrs. H Pape, accompanied by a son Callender, who dressed the wound,
in “picking” up balls on fly or foul.
and daughter, left Tuesday on a visit says it is a slight one, as the blow
The first innings played resulted in
Donation patents have been received favor of the Mystic Club, but the
Abram Miller, County Commission
tide turned and the Ashland boys
er, has rot timed from a business trip at the Roseburg Land Office for O. D. scooped them up to the tune of twenty-
Hoxie and Frank Bill, of Jackson
to the Willamette.
county, and C. Niday, of Josephine. live to eight. The following is the
J. Kirkland has gone to Roseburg
Aho homestead patents lor T. M. Hat- score:
for the machinery for the proposed
R O. [ M'/sbc.
j ton, of this county, and Antoine Ewing, p............. 9 3 (Schiller, c.....
• > o
distillery at Phoenix.
Joseph. Geo. Groiz, John Trimble, of
The contract of carrying the mail Josephine.
Fountain, 1st b.. I 5 Deane, c. f... .... 1 4
between Yreka ami Linkville has been
Gillett, 2d b...... 4 9 Q Rvan, 3d b..., .... 1 < )
The bill passed through the House I Wai rod. 3d b..... 5 9 Moyer, 1. f... .... 0 I
awarded to Wm. 1). Corpe.
by R«,prt*sent itiv«* Lane to reimburse ; Hamilton, r f... 1 4 Lepine, i»...... ... 1 9
Alfred Pike, the Confederate Gon Oregon and California for Modoc war Alford, e. t. ..... 4 3 May, 1st b.„. .... 0
Hill, 1. f...... .... 4 1 B'r«*h, s. s..... .... 0
er I, and daughter passed through town expenditure-, is still pending in the
« - I
this week northwar«! bouml.
Senate. It appropriates $70,0110 for i Innings............. ................. 11 ;~,3¡ i,->i <»j 11 s
Mrs. J. W. Thompson, of San Diego, Oreg«»ti, ami not the merely insigni ti- i A-hland........... ........... t» 5 4 212 - " il' ÔÏ -5
(’al., is on a vi-it to her parent*, J. S cant -uni of $7 000 as transformed by j Mystics............ ........... |2| loijtie 1,1
Eubanks ami lady, of A-hland.
Fly catches—Ashland, 6; Mystic, 10.
Time ot game—2 hours ami 10 minutes.
G. M. Banks, formerly of this place,
Umpire, C. K. Kluni, of Ashland.
Rev, J. S.
Nr.w I. O. G. T. L odgi
is an a-pirant for the Democratic nom
The game passed off smoothly’ and
McCain organized R«»gue River Lodge
ination of Sheriff of Elk«», Nev.
the Mystic Club bore its defeat good-
No. 275 or. July 15th, with nineteen
Rufus Mallory, of Portland, U. S
naturedly, We would say, in justice to
charter memners. The following an*
Di-tri. t Attorney, passed through town
(hat club, that it is a tine club, and a
the officers chosen for the en-uing
ye-terd iv en route for Linkville.
jollier ami better set of boys can not
term : Wm. Savage, W. C. T.; Miss
J. S. Howard left for Galice creek Ada Birdseye, , W. V. T.; G. M. Sav- be found than its members. They
sai l our boys got the best of them in
on Tue-dav, where he goes to survey age, W. S.; Geo.
< ico. Owens,
Owen*, ’ W. A. S.; R.
tlurt game of ball, but al the ball in
a ditch for the English company.
J. Orme, W. F. S.; Mrs. C. Birdseye.
the evening they would make it up ;
Sun. Phillip-, of Applegate, has a W. T.; Alex. Orme, W, M.; Mi-s
and we gue-s they did. They danced
White Price stidiion, 1 w-» years old last Dori Bird-eye, W. I > M. ; J T. Bail.'y,
until twelve o’clock, and it was ru
Spring, whudi wt ighs 1,400 pounds.
W. C.; J. R. Baihy, W. I. G.; W.
mored that the clock did not do much
Miss Hattie Sav-
Henry Pape has sent for a load of Ibiu-ton, \V. I).
good »luring the
Yreka beer, which can In? obtained at »ig»‘, W. R II. S.; Mi<s Lottie Schieth*- twelve—that is, it got along slowly,
tlie R «¡¡road saloon at the end of this lit), W. L. II. S ; E. L. Schit tr.-lin, P. Taking it all in all, we think both
W. (.’. T. \\ i* learn that eleven mem
clubs had a good time, We were loth
C.ipt. » aion, David Cronemiller,
I to part with the “boys in blue,” but
John Cimbor-ky mid E. B. Caton left
they were compelled to return to the
I (). (). F. (’ elm ;. cation .—Septum
t-rr the 20th m xt i- the day appointed
f«»r a national celebration by the lo le-
pendent Order of O ld Fellows, and
J.irkMiiivHie, Add uni and Kerby ville
lodge- will hoi 1 a joint picnic at By
bee’s Grove on that day, to which
nil are invited. The programme will
will be announced hereafter.
yesterday for the Beaver creek cinna
The Ashland and P. of II. Mills are
sending considerable flour to Yreka.
The price obtained on delivery
there is $25fr»'-27.50.
Ilrnry Klippel and C. C. Beekman
T rade D ollars .— I’lie merchants offer a first-class, portable steam en-
of town—at least a majority of them— gine for sale. For terms,
terms etc., see
have decided to hereafter take trade new advertisement elsewhere.
dollars at only 90 cents. It will have
White & Kearns’ Minstrel Troupe
the effect of preventing this .section
from being 11 >oded with this depre- performed at the Social Club Rooms
dated money, though it may work a l ist Monday and Tuesday evenings to
hardship on tho-e who have a con- good audiences.
sidtruble amount of them.
C. C. Beekman this week received
“M uch A do A bout N othing ”
a splendid clock from San Francisco,
Thu Yreka Union labors under the I
which is about the largest and finest
wrong idea that Jackson county will
in town. It also keeps the day of the
be able to *^pply only the home mar
week and month.
ket this year. The crops, owing to
Assessor Childers informs us that he
the unusual circumstances, are not as
large as generally, but with the re has about completed assessing the
mainder of last year’s surplus this sec county. The assess in nt roll will not
tion is able to supply the home con be as large as last year, owing to the
sumption and have plenty left for ex decrease in the valuation of stock.
Uncle Jimmy Leslie has returned
D ied . — Henry Remine, formerly from a trip to Josephine
ioreman of the Sentinel, died at the counties. He sold his fine Black
residence of his mother in Yreka on Hawk stallion to Chas. Duncan, of
the 8th, aged 21 years, 8 months and Josephine, for $240—a small price.
4 days. He was taken sick last Wai
$25 pays in full for a policy for life
ter, since which time he has been in the North Piciflc Mutual Life As-
failing, until death reliesed him. His sociation of Portland, Oregon, No
Affliction was consumption of tlie bow oilier payments will ever lie required,
els and kidneys. He leaves a mother, except for death assessments.
brother and two sisters, and a large
Laban Buoy, who served as Captain
circle of friends and acqu lintances to of a company of volunteers in the In
mourn his untimely death. May he dian war of 1855-5G in this section,
rest in peace.
A nother F ine M ineral S pring .
—()n the .south fork of Evans’ creek,
in this county, near J. B. Thomas’
saw-miil, i » tie of the finest soda or
mineral springs. M.itij’ invalids have
for the past few years been using the
water of this spring, ami in every in
stance have received much benefit ami
in some cases complete relief. It is
considered by p(*rsons who are ac
quainted with both, that this spring is
similar to ami contains equally as ben
eficial medicinal properties as the cele
brated Bartlett Springs, in (’alilurnia.
The spring i* free to all who may de
sire to try’ its waters.
Post, so Sunday’ morning we bade
them good-bye ami they departed for
their home at Fort Klamath.
R ob R oy .
Ashland, August 6, 1876.
A ppointment .—The following is my plan
2d Sumlay in August, Evans’ Creek, Sat
I 3d Sunday
in August, Applegate, Quar
4th Sumlay in August, Jacksonville,Quar
The oiliciarv will please attend—especial
ly the (¿uarlerly Conferences.
J. R. N. B ell , Pastor.
A NOT II Eli OPPORTUNITY FOR THE
RELIEF (JE T1IE AFFLICTED.
LOCAI. BREVI TI EM.
The Surgeons of the National Surgical In
stituto, located in Indianapolis ; Pacific Di
vision, Alhambra Building, Bush Street,
San Francisco, have yielded to the many !
urgent appeals lrom their patrons and
friends in Oregon and Washington Terri I
tories and adjoining regions to revisit Port
land. The tormer visit was highly satisfac
tory an«l encouraging, many of the patients
then accepted for treatment being now en
tirely cured, while itearly all are greatly
benefited and in a fair way of recovery.
Three or more of the Surgeons will bo at ;
the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Portland, Ore I
gon. from Monday , the 2Sth day of .August,
until Saturday, the 2d of September, 1876,
six «lavs inclusive.
They will have with them a great amount j
of surgical appa itus, appliances, etc., and
competent assistants and workmen to
change, tit. and make such apparatus as
v bo require«!.
2. They will come espec
ially prepared to treat all surgical cases :
Paralysis, all kinds of Deformities of the
Face, Spine ami Limbs, Diseased Joints,
Diseased Eyes, Catarrh, Private Diseases,
Piles, Fistula, etc. All who wish to avail
themselves of the advantages of the Insti
tute, without the long journey to San Fran
cisco or Indianapolis, shoul«l do so at this
Lime. No cases will be umlerlaken without
a fair hope of relief. It is needless to say
that the institution is entirely responsible,
and the largest and most popular of the
kind in America, curing thousands an
nually. Remember the time and place, and
come early. g»F.Send to the Institute for
DEALER & WORKER IN
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, «te
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES,
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps,
Wooden and Willow Ware
WILKINSON—SINGER—Ou Big Butte, by
Rev. F. X. Blanchett. Hiram C. Wilkin
son and Miss Martha J. Singer.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS
LEÍ JAL A DVERTISEM ENTS.
Shot, Erushes, Chains and Hoée,
In the matter of the estate of N. C. Dean,
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
irre., etc .
x\ the under jned has been appointed
by the County Court of Jackson county.
_____ of N.
I have secured the services of a First -class
i ’. 1 »can, deceast «I.
All persons indebted to said estate are Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
requested to settle the same immediately,
and t ix>-(* having claims against the estate ing promptly and in superior style.
will present them with the proper vouchers
t<> me at my rosi-fence near Willow’ Springs
within six months from the «late hereof.
Administratrix of the estate of N. C. Dean.
July 17, 1876.
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
1 I am receiving and have constantly on
hand a full and first-class stock of
In the matter of the estate of Napoleon Ba
VroTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT DRY GOODS, Gum Boots, TOBACCO,
li the undersigned lias been appointed by
the County Court ot Jackson county, Ore
gon, Administrator of the estate of Napo
leon Bike r, deceased.
All persons indebted to said estate are
n'quested to settle tin* same immediately,
and tho-e having claims against the estaie
will pres«?nt them with the proper vouchers
Everything sold at reasonable rate«.
to me at my residence in Applogato pre
cinct within six months tr«'in the date Give me a call.
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
Administrator of estate of N. Baker, dec’d.
July 7, 1"76.
TIIK SODA SPRINGS!
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION Dl’-
ly issued on: of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oiegon forth«* C «nuiv ot Jackson
and to me directed ami delivered in favor
of J. M. Criekett, plaintill, and against John
Dyer, defendant, for th«' sum of 815 87-100
and interest thereon at the rat«* ot 10 per
«•ent. per annum 1r«»m the 17th day of June,
1876, and ilia further sum of 810 costs, and
also th«'accruing costs, 1 ha'*’«* levied upon
and will oiler for sale at public am*ii«m to
the highest bidder, for cash in hand, at the AND MARBLE WORKS
Court House door in Jacksonville, Jackson
county, < iregon, on
Saturday, the 12th day of Augvst, 1876,
at one o’clock p. nt., of said (lav, all of the Ho ! Unto All Who Thirst ?
following described real property, to-wit :
One lot situated in the town of l’lnenix in
COME YE UNTO
Jackson county, Oregon, ami rm*re particu
larly described as lot No. 5, in block No. 2,
as laid down on tlie plat of said town.
THE SODA SPRINGS!
Said property is levi«*«l upon as the prrp-
ert v ot .John Dyer to satisfy the above de
J. W. M ANNING,
AND DRINK WITHOUT
Sheriff of Jackson county, Oregon. i
Da'ed this Kith «lay of July, ls7*6.
Co N TP. A CT A W A R D ED. —The sealed
bids for putting a roof on the Court
House and repairing the inside of the
building were opened yesterday’ by the
Hockenjos were awarded the contract
at $200, their bid being the lowest.
— to —
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
E lopement .—Jump-off Joe, in Jo
sephine, tias a sensation in the shape
IN SOUTHERN OREGON.
of an elopement. A girl named Cole,
aged about fifteen, has been missing
for some days, and as the young fel
JENSEN à IFFLAL’D,
low who has been courting her and
M. E. C hurch .—Rev. J. S. McCain
whose name is Williams, is non est in will hold divine services at the M. E.
S. BAKERY, YREKA
vent n.i, it is supposed they have eloped. Church next Sunday morning and
ARE NOW SELLING
evening. This will be Mr. McCain’s
F rom G alice C reek .—Wo learn last appointment for the conference
that the company incorporated to work
Soda, Graham, and Sugar
the Yank ledge has commenced oper
T he North Pacific Mutual Life As
ations and is working day and night
Jenny Lind Cakes and Gin
hands. The prospects are reported fa sociation of Portland, Oregon, has now
vorable. Fred. Fisher, the Superin numbered among its policy holders
some of the best men of Jackson
tendent, was in town this week.
We will guarantee to sell a better article of
A gent for L ake C ounty . — IL B.
Crackers cheaper i han can lie laid
Q uackenbush , of the North Pacific i i
down from San Francisco.
Hatton, E>q., County Clerk of Lake,
Mutual iJfe Association of Portland, '
i.s pur age it for that section. He is
Oiegon, has taken over 100 applica Send in Your Orders Now
authorized to collect and receipt for all
lions for policies within tile Lut three
accounts due this office, as well as to
receive subscriptions, advertisements,
JENSEN Si IFFLAND, YREKA, CAL.
^^TThe National Gold Medal was awarded
died at his residence near Creswell, etc.
to Bradley it Rulotson lor the best Photo
Lane county, on July 31st, aged 74
NOT CLOSED OUT.
C atholic < hi kuh —On the occa graphs in the United States, and the Vienna
sion <»f th«* inauguration of the new gomery street, Ban Francisco.
L?OR THE BENEFIT OF THE (TTI-
We have thus far escaped froni th»* “SLtndard” organ next Sunday, there
U sens of Butte creek, Sum’s Valley and
the public generally,and owing to the false
smoky weather common every Sum will be High Mass and a discourse ap To Whom it May Concern. statements
io the «ll<*ct that the store and
mer. Fires are raging in the hills propriate to the ceremony. The pub
business have been closed out at thi- place,
A LT, THOSE INDEBTED TO THE UN- the undersigned take this method of relat
southwest of town, however, l»ut are lic is cordially Invited to attend.
j A dersigned are requested to come for ing these accusations by stating that the
not large enough to create much
ward and settle immediately, or their ac goods formerly belonging to the P. of II.
will be placed in a lawyer’s hands Business Association have been purchased
T jie North Pacific Mutual Life As
for forced collection. My books must be of Helman A Fountain, of Ashland, and the
business continues at the former stand at
The mill at the Esther mine, in sociation of Portland, Oregon, is based squared, anil 1 mean what I sav.
Daley A Emery's mill, on But o creek, in-
of any corporation or associa
Josephine, is pounding away at the upon the true principles and is con
Jacksonville, Aug. 1, 1876.
tion. The stock of goods consists of '«• gen
quartz night and day. The indica-
eral assortment of merchandise, drugs and
medicines. Teams on the road are constant
tions are that this month’s run will lie coast.
T heatre .—The Sawtelle Troupe,
■composed of several first-class male
and female actors, is now on its way
from California and billed to play at
this place this ami to-morrow eve
nings. J. Al. Sawtelle, the leading
player of the company, has performed
in San Francisco, Portland and other
cities, and in the character of Rip
Van Winkle is said to be immense.
The Yreka papers speak highly of the
troupe, and we have received a letter
from a friend there recommending the most profitable yet made by at
it as the best that has passed through least $500.
Northern California for years. For
The Crescent City Courier says Mr.
Diedrich intends putting on a stage
Odd Krilovs' Boildinr, crksomiUr, lrr<oi,
Money and Without Price!
H1HE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW KEEP-
L mg the Soda Springs House, and having
repaired and refitted the same are now pre
pared to accommodate all that may favor ua
with a call. Pricos to suit these hard time*.
THE MARBLE BUSINESS
Will still be a specialty. All order« in tbi«
line promptly tilled in the best manner and
at reasonable rates.
Address, as usual,
J. H. A A. II. RUSSELL, Ashland
To Merchants and Dealers
M edicated baths are expensive. Not so,
FLOURING MILL, ONE KUN OF
however, G lenn ’ s S ulphur S oap , a cheap
21. burrs, go<»«i water power, favorably lo
and efficient substitute, which answers the cated in Kerbyville. For particulars*, ad
same purpose as far as local diseases of the dress
J. B. MFERS,
Kerbyville, Josephine county, Oregon. i
skin, rheumatism and gout are concerned.
4 S ALLOUR MERCHANTS ARESELL-
ii ing out at cost and freight, I am ready
■ odo blacksmithing at cost and freight, blit
must have the cash when the work is com
pleted. Shop on the corner of California
and Main streets.
PRO BONO PUBLICO.
rpiIE PUBLIC AI’.E HEREBY NOTI-
1 lied that I have placed my note« and
account« in the hands of my attorney, H.-
K. Hanna, with positive instructions to
make immediate and forced collection in ev
ery instance where security is not given.
Tho--«* knowing themselves indebted to
me will do well to call upon Mr. Hanna,
without delay, a« this is my last call. My
business must be settled !
JAMES T. GLENN.
Jacksonville. Sept. 9, 1874.
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
1IIE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTEREK,
. has now on haud and is constantly man
ufacturing the best ILager Benrin Soathern
ly enlarging the stock. Goodswill bo sold
which he will sellin Quantities lo
on as reasonable terms as anywhere in the
Call and test tlie article.
county. Bacon, lard, wheat., oats, wool, I
eggs taken in exchange lor goods. Iteason-
ableeredit to responsible persons—premium Ö^TOVtOÜ Pcr <lav at hon,°- . Samples
worth <1 free. S tinson A
on all eash sales.
Co., Portland, Maine.
Eagle Point, July 31, 1876.