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spread poison in town early last Satur
A uction .—The undersigned will of
day morning, and his labors were re fer at auction at their store in Jackson
Items very scarce.
warded by the death of several dogs ville their entire stock of General
AUGUST 24, 1876.
Vaccination in order now.
Merchandise, consisting of dry goods,
Fall fights have commenced.
Wing and Dodge, the rubber stamp clothing, boots and shoes, groceries,
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
men, were arrested near Roseburg the hardware and many other articles too
County scrip taken at par here.
Geo. P. Rowell A Co..
............. New York.
>. M. Pettingill A Co
............. New York.
Ben. Sachs takes trade dollars at other day, for dtiving their wagon numerous to mention. Sale will com
Dan. L. Grei n............
through a grain field and leaving the mence on Saturday, September 2, 1876,
.............. Kerby ville par.
............ Roek Point
fence down. They were discharged and will be continued every Monday
L. P. Fisher.................
C. C. Beekman left for Salem Tues
....... San Francisco.
and Saturday following, until all is
1 li<is. Roy<*(>................
....... San Francisco day.
Rowell A < ’heMiian...
................. St. Louis
Ligo Livingston, ex-Sheriffof Doug sold. The entire .stock will positively
• ¡us. A. Winckler.....
....................... Y reka
R. B. Hatton...............
las, on Sunday last passed through bo sold without reservo. Come every
town from Lako county, where ho body and secure bargains.
Abo Monsor loft last wook for San went to purchase some mules, He
Those indebted to us are requested
M. E, C hurch .—Religious services every Francisco.
i did not buy, as thoso ho desired had for the last time to come forward, pay
Sunday, at the usual hours, bv the Rever
up, and save expenses.
ends J. R. N. Bell, J. S. McCain and M. A.
Hon. Henry Klippel has gon© to I i already been sold.
S achs B ros .
Tho subsistence department at Fort
< vnioi.ic I'liriuii.—Divine Services ev
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa
The Ashland Academy will re-open Klamatii is authorized to purchase, in
R unaway . — Messrs. Quackenbush
on September 11th.
open market, at lowest obtainable and Burnham, insurance agents, while
M. E. Si xi> w S chool .— Regular meetings
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
Henry Pape has received another rates, 1,000 pounds of corn meal, 500 crossing the bridgo near the mines be
C atholic S unpvy S chool . — Regular cargo of Yreka beer.
pounds lard, 30,000 pounds potatoes, II tween Ashland and Phoenix, says the
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
Capt. B. B. Griffin lias our thanks and 20,000 pounds onions.
II Tidinf/a, mot with an accident in which
for a fine water-melon.
School Superintendent Farlow was one of tho horses and their buggy
P. 0. RtGiSTES AND TRAVELER S GUIDE.
Major Jackson and wife have ar invited to treat on tho subject of were badly damaged. One of tho horses
go«» leave J: :iekson\ ille as follows ;
“History and Constitution of the Uni I got his leg through the bridge, and
Ro •k Point, Grant's Pass and Roso- rived at Fort Klamath.
1,!! i or
g. eV» ry day at *:.;<> a. m. Mail closes at
R. C. Armstrong has our thanks for ted States” at tho State Teachers’ In in his efforts to recover, broke tho bug
F or Ph'vnix Ashland. Yreka and Red- a basket of fine peaches.
stitute, which convened at Salem gy-polo and, becoming frightened, ran
»ling, California , every day at 2:30 p. in.
at 2 p. m.
Tho Jacksonville Social Club will on the 23d, but was unavoidably ab away. Tho occupants saved them
For Apph'ga ;c, Kerbyvilh», Wahlo and
selves by jumping out. The team
Crescent City, every Monday and
__ .* Thursday
__ ¿..y meet to-morrow evening.
a? I o
broke every spoke out of a heavy
o'clock. Mail closes at S p. ni.
John Orth has lost several sheep by
U lit J »re«‘edinir evening.
which was billed to show in tins place loaded wagon, with which they collid
Th in til tor Central Point, Table Rock, the depredations of dogs.
F-igl e Point, Brownsboronuli and Sam’s
last Friday, failed to make its appear ed in their mad career.
V dl< ey. leaves every Friday morning ;
Bon. Haymond, Esq., of Rock Point,
ance. Wo learn that it was almost to
cl isos the preceding evening.
E lopement at K erbyville .—
flic ma 1 tor Linkville. Hof Springs, Yai- favored us with a call yesterday.
tally destroyed by firo at Ashland or
n txand Lake <'ity, leaves Ashland every
Reames Bros, have just received a Linkville, but are not certain at which The quiet town of Kerbyville, Jose
Monday morning, l or Linkville every
phine county, was thrown into quite
Monday Thursday and Friday mornings.
large supply of superior groceries.
Money Order otlice openlromOa. ui. to
an excitement by the elopemc.1t of a
We were favored with another fine
p. m. *
A cucumber, representing a large young couple of that place, whose
O ifh - e H ours —From 7 a. in. to 7 p. in ;
Sundays, • minutes after arrival of stages, shower of rain last Tuesday evening. green snake, may be seen at Wheeler’s matrimonial intentions were not at all
Mail m uter mu>t bo in on time or it will
Matt. Obenchain killed a sheep last saloon, in Yreka, brought to town encouraged by the father of tho girl.
M ax M uli . er , P. M.
from Col. Stone’s ranch above Phoe- Beingjoined in wedlock, they returned
I week which weighed 130 pounds net. nix, where he has cucumbers
cight home, but we learn the irascible old
U omini ;.—Montgomery Queen’s cel
H. C. Paige, route agent of Wells,
feet in length, twisted into all kinds man didn’t bv any means kill the
ebrateti circus is on its way to the Ore
Fargo & Co., was in town this week.
gon Stato Fair and will be here some
I of shapes, At least, so says tho Yre- fatted calf on the return of hisdaugh-
time next month.
Rogue river is approaching comple
C ounty S eat of L ake .—A man
M ore I mprovements .—II. K. Ilan- tion.
D itch S urveyed .—J. S. Howard
damus to compel Reuben B. Hatton, has just completed surveying a new
n i, Esq., intends building a new resi-
A now sidewalk around the Post
<1 ‘nee on tho site of his old ono on Oflice is one of the latest improve County Clerk of Lake, to move the ditch for tho English Company at
archives of tho county to Bullard’s Galice creek, which will be two and
On gon street. Operations will be ments.
creek, in Goose Lake Valley, was ar
commenced forthwith. It will be I
I We are under obligations to A. W. gued before Judge Prim last Tuesday. two-thirds of a mile in length and car
quite tin addition to the town.
Sturges for a bountiful supply of first- The County Court of that county first ry about 2,-100 inches of water. Mr.
Ennis, the Superintendent, was in
ordered Mr. Hatton to recount the town the other day contracting with
F inal P roof on H omestead E n - class peaches.
Trade dollars are liable to be in de votes on the county seat question in
tries .—J. <’. Fullerton, Receiver of
parties for digging the same. It is
tiie L.tnti Office at Ro-eburg, will he in mand after all, as they are now worth connection with two Justices of the the intention to have it finished for
Peace, but he refused. He was then Winter’s using.
Jacksonville on Svptemlier 4th and 5th $1.05 in New York.
Several substantial improvements ordered by the same authority to re
for the purpose of taking final proof
S t . M ary ’ s A cademy .—This ex
on homestead and pre-emption entries. have been made in town this year and move the papers, records, etc., of his
oflice to Bullard’s creek, but he de client school will reopen next Mon !
more are in progress.
B asket .M eeting .—There will be a
L. Chandler’s little girl had her arm clined. Hence the petition for a man day, August 28th, after several weeks’
basket meeting at the mouth of Foots broken the other day by falling from damus to compel him to do so. The vacation. The Academy commences
creek on Sunday, September 10th a horse near Phoenix.
County Court is represented by Messrs, its twelfth year under auspicious cir
next, Rev. J. R. N. Bell officiating.
Hon. L. F. Lane may be expected II. K. Hanna and B. F. Dowell, and
Religious services at eleven o’clock A.
home soon. Ho will doubtless pass the Clerk by A. C. Jones, E-q. His
C ase A ppealed .—The case of P.
m . and three p. m . Everybody is in
Donegan vs. Dan. Mnrjmy, a suit con
vited to attend.
cerning the partition •; sheep, decided
Rev. J. R. N. Bell will hold divine
F rom F ort K lamatil — Rufus for the defendant in the Circuit Court,
F rom C alifornia . \v. 31. Colvig, services at tho M. E. Church next
Mallory, U. S. District Attorney, re has been appealed to the Supreme
of 11 » k Point, after a several months’ Sunday morning and evening.
sojourn in San Francisco, returned
Simon Lane, brother of Gen. Joe turned from Fort Klamath last week, Court.
home Sunday last. He speaks in glow- Lane, passed through town from Indi bringing with him Quinn, the sheep A ppointment .—The following is my plan
ing terms <<f the prospects of the ana this week. He is on a visit to his man, who is charged with killing an of appointments:
Indian. Mr. Mallory left for Portland 4th Sunday in August, Jacksonville,Quar
Democracy in California, and says Til relatives in this State.
den and Hendricks will sweep that
Parties in from Goose Lake report the next day, leaving his. prisoner, who The officiary will please attend—especial
that grasshoppers have wholly de will be tried at the next term of Judge ly the Quarterly Conferences.
J. R. N. B ell , I’astor.
Dendy’s Court, in the County .Jail at
S ocial P arties .—A pleasant party stroyed some crops there.
this place. Quinn had an examina
P ostmasters A ppointed .—C. S.
Agents of all kinds abundant and I
occurred at the Social Club Rooms on
tion before U. 8. Cqinmissioner I). J. Sergeant Ims been appointed Postmas
Friday last. Another was given at seem to be doing well; still the cry of
Ferree, who held him to answer in the ter of Phcenix P. O. ; J. L. Wilder,
the same [»lace on Tuesday evening in hard times is almost everything you sum of $5,000.
of Slate creek, Josephine countj’; B.
honor of Misses Cully Miller and Mira can hear now.
P. Quivey of Linkville, Lake county.
Belt, of Salem, who leave, this morn
Judge Prim and E. D. Foudray,
M ill C ompleted .—J. Wimer &
ing for home, after a pleasant sojourn Esq., have returned from Beaver Son have about completed their mill
S ubscribe for the T imes .
among us. A good attendance was creek. They report the cinnabar as on Murphy creek, Josephine county,
“The National < »old Medal was awarded
[•resent and an “away-up” time was fine as ever and game plenty.
and will he ready to grind by Septem to ?-3
A Rulofson lor the best Photo
Cash patents have been received at ber 1st next. They will give thirty graphs in the United States, and the Vienna
Medal for the best in tho world. 429 Monte
S udden D eath .—A. F. Farnham, the Roseburg Land Oflice for Wm. seven pounds of flour, eight pounds of gomery street, San Francisco.
proprietor of the Eaglo Mills, died Bybee and P. Powell, of this county, bran and two pounds of shorts for each
bushel of prime wheat. Their mill is
rather suddenly at his residence near
—BELL—On August loth,
of the latest improved machinery and RICHARDSON
by Rev. J. F. Bradford, Jesse Richardson
Ashland on the 16th. Ho had been
The Jacksonville and Ashland first
they guarantee satisfaction. They in ami Miss Cordelia Bell.
ailing for some time with pulmonary nines will play the return game of
tend adding a saw mill forthwith and WOLF—PARKER—On August 12th, by
disease, but his death was unexpected, base ball at the latter place about Sep
Hon. S. J. Day, County .Judge, August
will be prepared to furnish lumber next Wolf and Miss Elizabeth Parker.
as he had not been confined to his bed tember 2d. A good game may be ex
at all. Mr. Farnham was an old resi pected.
dent of this county and leaves a fami
O dd F ellows ’ C elebration .— D k ROBOAM—In this City, August 20th, to
Mrs. J. W. Thompson, of San Diego,
the wife ot E. DeRoboam, a son.
ly to mourn ids untimely death.
Cal., who has been on a visit to rela The members of Jacksonville, Ash APPLEGATE
— In Alkali Valley, Lake
tives in Ashland, returned home last land and Kerby ville lodges, I. O. O.
county, August 6th, to tho wife of Capt.
D emocratic C lub .—Steps will be week, accompanied by her sister, Miss F., will celebrate the Centennial year 1. I). Applegate, a son.
—In Phoenix, August 12th, to the
taken immediately for the formation
as Odd Fellows by a picnic at Bvhee’s NEIL
wife of W. L. Neil, a daughter.
of a Tilden and Hendricks’ Club in
Newman Fisher and Fisher & Caro I Grove on Wednesday, September 20th.
this place. This is an eminently prop
Appropriate exercises will be had and
er step. Every precinct in the county
—Near Ashland, August 15th,
the whole will conclude with a grand FARNHAM
aged about 57 years.
should have one. The best way to
now filling them. The former also ball in the evening. No pains will be
develop strength and activity in the
spared to make it a grand success and
has tho transportation contract.
coming campaign is by the formation
a good tune may be anticipated. Read
Daley & Emery, of the Butte creek the programme elsewhere.
of dubs, and we trust every friend of
ST MARY’S ACADEMY,
Tilden and Reform will lend a helping Mills, have lately completed repairing
B oard of E qualization .—This
the same and are now prepared to
grind on short notice. Read their ad body will mqpt at the Clerk’s office
S mall -P ox near R oseburg .— vertisement in another column.
next Monday, the 28th, to examine THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES.
Two cases of this terrible disease have
In Justice Kent’s Court this w’eek the assessment roll and correct any er
made their appearance near Roseburg,
ono squaw was arraigned for assault rors in the same. All persons inter
he scholastic year of this
and the greatest of care should be
school will commence about the end of
and battery on another. Owing to the
taken that it is not brought to this
as objections to their assess August, and is divided in four sessions,
sickness of the defendant, tho case
often weeks each.
place again. Theso cases are both im
ment will be of no avail hereafter.
Board and tuition, per term,............ $40.00
ported, the men having it coming was adjourned till next Monday.
Bed and Bedding.................................
Judge Willis, of Roseburg, passed
from California by tho steamer John
R eturned .—Sheriff Manning and Piano,..................................................... . 15.00
L. Stephens, on which a Chinaman
Deputy U. S. Marshal W. A. Owen Entrance fee, only once,................... . 5.00
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
returned Monday evening from an un
was sick with it, and they doubtless
per term,............................. .$ 6.00
contracted it from him. Teamsters Queen quartz mine of Canyonville and successful search afler the mail rob Junior,
and travelers are constantly coming procure new machinery for crushing bers. Three persons have been sus- Senior,
picioned of the crime, but no clue to cial attention is paid to particular studies
from there, and too great caution can the same.
not be taken,
time. For further particulars apply at the
fear of the Lord before his eyes, ered as yet.
danger as yet.
Tlie Surgeons of the National Surgical
Fellows’ Building, aeksonville, Oregon/
stitute, located in Indianapolis; Pacific
vision, Alhambra Building, Bush Street,
San Francisco, have yielded to the many ii
DEALER & WORKER IN
unrent appeals from their patrons and
friends in Oregon and Washington Terri i
tories anti adjoining regions to revisit Port
land. 'Pho lormer visit was highly satisfac TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc^
tory and encouraging, many of the patients
then accepted for treatment being now en
tirely cured, while nearly all are greatly
benefited and in a fair wav of recovery.
Three or more of the Surgeons will bo at
the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Portland, Ore
gon, from Monday, the 28th day of August,
until Saturday, the 2d of September, 1876, AGRIC U LTUR AL I M PLEM ENTS,
six days inclusive.
They will have with them a great amount
of surgical apparatus, appliances, etc., and
competent assistants and workmen to
change, fit, and make such apparatus as
may bo required. They will come espec
ially prepared to treat all surgical cases ; A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES,
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, should do so at this POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
time. No cases will be undertaken without
a fair hope of relief. It is needless to say
that the institution is entirely responsible,
Fuse and Caps,
and the largest and most popular of the
kind in America, curing thousands an
nually. Remember the time and place, and
come early. jr^'Send to the Institute for Wooden and Willow Ware
RELIEF OE THE AFFLICTED.
NEW. THIS WEEK.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS
UR MILL HAS BEEN MISREPRE-
sented by Grangers and others saying
that “we are not doing anything
are doing this : We give .36 lbs. of Hour, .3
tbs. of shorts and 8 tbs. of bran per bushel
of good wheat. We will also pay 65 cents
tor wheat and pay for it in flour, ready Shot,
sacked, at SIS per thousand.
DALEY A EMERY.
Butte Crook. August 16, 1876.
ODD FELLOWS’ CELEBRATION
Brushes, Chains and Hose,
I have secured the services of a First-class
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
ing promptly and in superior stylo.
AT BYBEE’S GROVE,
Wednesday. Sept. 20, 1876.
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
JL I am receiving and have constantly on
hand a lull and first-class stock of
TN ACCORDANCE WITH A RESOLU-
1 tion passed by the Grand Lodge of the
United States at its last session, setting
apart Wednesday, Sept. 20, 1876, for the cel DRY GOODS. Gum Boots, TOBACCO,
ebration of the Centennial year by Odd Fel
lows, tht> members of Jacksonville Lodge
No. 10, Ashland Lodge No. 45 and Kerby
ville Lodge No. 55 will hold a joint picnic GLASSWARE. CROCKERY, Etc., Etc.
at Bybee’s Grove, with the following
Lodges meet in Odd Fellows’ Hall at 9:”.o
T*■“Everything sold at reasonable rates.
A. M.; form in proce-sion and march to the
me a call.
Grove. Alter reaching the grounds,
Music by the Band.
Prayer by the Chaplain, S. J. Day, P. G.
of Jacksonville Lod ge No. 10.
TUE SODA SPRINGS!
Oration bv W. T. Leeke, P. G. of Ash
land Lodge No. 45.
Basket dinner at 12 M„ to wlii< h all are
In the aft* •
music, and speaking by
• viil close bv a
in the evening at Veit’s
eluding supper, $.3.00.
Visiting brothers are kindly invited to
Bv order of the
AND MARBLE WORKS.
LEGAL ADVERTISEM ENTS.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
tortile County of Laki*, sitt ing in probate.
In the matter of the estate of William Criek-
,T. CHARLTON, ADMINISTRATOR
of said estate, having filed in said
Court his final account for settlement, and
also praying for an order for setting the
time lor hearing the same, therefore notice
is hereby given that said final account will
be hoard and determined in said Court on
the first day of the October term thereof
(October 2, 1876,) at 9 o’clock a . m ., at which
time all |>ersons having any objections to
s iid final account and settlement must then
and there make the same.
Bv order ot Hon. E. C. Mason, County
R. B. HATTON,Clerk. ‘
August 8, 1876.
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
IN SOUTHERN OREGON.
JENSEN à IEFLAND,
U. S. BAKERY, YREKA
AKE NOW SELLING
Soda, Graham, and Sugar
Jenny Lind Cakes and Gin
Ho ! Unto All Who Thirst !
COME YE UNTO
THE SODA SPRINGS!
AND DRINK WITHOUT
Money and Without Price!
rilHEUNDERSIGNED ARE NOW KEEP-
1 ing t he Soda Springs 1 louse, and having
repaired and refitted the same are now pre
pared to accommodate all that may favor us
with a call. Prices to suit these hard times.
THE MARBLE BUSINESS
Will still be a specialty. All orders in this
line promptly tilled in the best manner and
at reasonable rates.
Address, as usual,
J. H. A A. II, RUSSELL, Ashland
BLACKS M I T 111 N G !
4 S ALLOUR MERCHANTS ARESELL-
1 i ing out at cost and freight, I ain ready
to do 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.
rPHE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTI-
X tied that I have placed my notes and
accounts in the hands of my attorney, II.
We will guarantee to sell a better article of K. Hanna, with positive instructions to
make immediatcand forced collection in ev
Crackers cheaper than can be laid
ery instance where security is not given.
down from San Francisco.
Those knowing themselves indebted to
me will do well to call upon Mr. Hanna,
Send in Your Orders Now without delay, as this is my last call. My
business must be settled !
JAMES T. GLENN.
Jacksonville, Sept. 9, 1874.
To Merchants and Dealers
JENSEN & IFFLAND, YREKA, CAL.
FLOURING MILL, ONE RUN OF
burrs, good water power, favorably lo
cated in Kerbyville. For particulars, ad
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
J. B. SIFERS,
Kerby ville, Josephine county, Oregon.
rpiIE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER,
I has now on hand ami is constantly man
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern
Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to
suit purchasers. Call ami test the article.
WM. PU R C II A S
eO 1 ’e.v worth $1
FRANCISCO, California. Co., Portiau«'» Marne.,
free. S tinson A