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Vhc iDrmûcratic Silurs.
have been received at the Roseburg
John Bilger and son returned last
week from a Centennial trip East. ’
Mr. Bilger visited the Philadelphia
Exposition and speaks in high terms
of that affair. He has been absent al
most three months from this place and
considers himself amply repaid for his
visit. He was accompanied by a niece
from Buffalo, N. Y.
Read the new advertisements.
E. F. Lewis left for Salem this week.
Speaking at Sain’s Valley Saturday.
Gov. Briggs, of Josephine county,
is in town.
W. II. McDaniel has gone to the
Zach. Cameron now holds forth at
W. F. Cornell returned from Beaver
A B old R obbery .—Last Sunday
creek on Tuesday.
morning, as a man named JohnCritch-
Rev. Father Blanchet lectured in field was passing a China house with
Ashland Suuday last.
his purse in his hand and which he
R. B. Ilargadiue’s brick store in was just putting in his pocket, a Celes
tial, known as the “Doctor,” suddenly
Ashland is looming up.
Adams, of Fort Klamath, snatched it and darted into the house.
A. C. JONES, W. M. COLVIG, J r .,
Critchfield made complaint to Marshal
left this week for the East
Aibl others will adthess the citizens of Jaek-
C. C. Beekman will in a few days McDaniel, who immediately arrested
sui county on the Political Issues of the
the Chinaman, as also another one who
Dav at th»» following places : Table Bock start ou a Centennial trip East.
precinct, at Stanley’s store, on Saturday,
was standing by at the time of the theft,
>< p'etnber 2?>il : Little Butte precinct, at the
A large number of emigrants have
and lodged them in the calaboose. The
Brown-boroinrh M-hool house, on Saturday.
September »th. at which time Tilden and been passing through town lately.
The latter was subsequently released,
Hendricks Clubs will be organized. Speak
ing to commence at 1 o’clock p. m . Ev
but the “Doctor” on Tuesday had a
erybody is invited to attend.
thanks for a basket of splendid pears. preliminary examination before Justice
Col. J. N. T. Miller and family will Kent, who bound him over in the sum
R eligious S ervices .—Rev’. W.
Hurlbut, the new pastor, arrived a few start for the Willamette in a few days. of $500, in default of which he was
II. J. Terrill, of Butte creek, has remanded to jail. Critchfield is just
days a?o, ami will hold religious ser
vices at the M. E. Church next Sun gone to Liun county to live for a few from Josephine county, where he was
employed as mill-wright in Wimer A
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We learn that a store will be put up Son’s mill. He alleges that there were
M achinery A rrived .—The ma near Cbavner’s new bridge by Ka- three twenties, a $20-greenback, a $5
chinery of the Alden Fruit Dryer ar rewski & Cameron.
gold-piece and two trade Hollars in the
rived last week and is being put in
Some rain has fallen during the past purse at the time. There is no proba
position. It is expected that opera
• week, which laid the dust and cooled bility that the money or any portion of
tions will commence in a week or two.
it will ever be recovered. It was cer
the atmosphere considerably.
The season has so far progressed that
tainly a very bold robbery, to say the
D. S. K. Buick and lady have been
but few varieties of fruit will this year
i elected as delegates to the State
be put up bv this method.
W hat O ur D elegation is D oing .
i Grauge by the Pomona Grange.
S weet P otatoes .—James McDon- , Smith & Hockenjos are putting a —The members of the Legislature
< ugh has this season raised about 1,000 new roof on the Court House and from Jackson, Josephine and Lake
counties are busily at work and will
pounds of sweet potatoes on his place otherwise repairing the building.
near Willow Springs, which are pro i Newman Fisher and Fisher Jc Caro doubtless distinguish themselves in
nounced excellent by those who have i inform us that they have nearly com their respective positions. Up to the
present time they have introduced the
tried them. This is a new wrinkle in pleted their Government contracts.
the vegetable lino in this section.
Senator Mitchell is announced to
Mr. Herrin—Senate bill No. 10, for
Had the season been favorable Mr. speak in this place io-morrow evening.
McDonough’s crcp would have been ' He is a worthy advocate of the Repub- the relief of Jackson county to the
amount of $898.
j lican cause.
Mr. Fidler—To locate the county
seat of Josephine county at Kerbyville
C atholic I ntelligence . — There
will be an eight days* mission com
Mr. McCall—To bond balance of the
menced in the Catholic Church on
Modoc war claims.
Sunday, Sept. 24th, to be preached by
Mr. Cheesrnan—To amend section
the Rev. Father Callan, of Yreka.
85 of the civil code of procedure ; also
Morning exercises bn l>oth Sundays at
making an appropriation for the Silver
10:30 o’clock and evening exercises at
Lako and Eugene wagon road and
7 o’clock ; on the week days, in the j the mines there.
Morris Mensor and son returned Southern Oregon wagon road.
morning at 7:30 o’clock and in the
evening at 7 o’clock. Catholics are : from San Francisco on Tuesday. He j Mr C ain—To amend the election
expected to attend and non-Catholics will ere long reopen in town with a law as regards selling liquor on that
■ new stock of goods.
are respectfully invited.
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Delegates to the State Grange, which
E xciting I ncident .—The Salem
O dd F ellows ’ C elebration —
• meets at Albany next week, can travel Mercury of the 16th says: “Yester
The Odd Fellows of Jackson and Jose
! at half rates over the various steam* day evening there was considerable
phine counties celebrated the Centen
! boat and railroad lines.
excitement on Commercial street, oc
nial year yesterday in appropriate
casioned by Jack Montgomery at
style. The various lodges were well
tempting to take his child, a little
represented. Owing to the late rains
girl, from its mother—his former wife
th»» celebration did not take place at
—from whom he has been separated
Bybee’s Grove as announced. The • same now being hauled.
W. P. Daley, of Eddytown, New for some time. He had in his pocket
members formed in procession at
about eleven o’clock and marched to I York, who is supposed to be in this a decree of the Court of one of the
the Court House, where the advertised section, can learn something to his ad southern counties granting him posses
sion of the child, and when he under
programme was performed in a be vantage by calling at the Post Office.
A match game of base-ball between took to take it in keeping he was re
coming manner. The ball in the
evening was well attended and a very the District School nine and a picked sisted vigorously by the mother, whose
pleasant affair. Want of time pre- nine occurred yesterday on the flat cries soon attracted a large crowd.
Particulars The mother was finally referred to an
eludes a more extended notice, which near the school house.
attorney for his opinion, who, finding
we would liked to have given it
that the decree was not accompanied
J. C. Weiss is now making semi
L egislative C ommittees .—The weekly trips over the mail route from by an order of the Court for posses
Southern Oregon delegation to the this place to Brownsborough. He sion, decided that the mother could
Legislature has been liberally honored leaves here every Monday and Thurs not be legally dispossessed and she
was allowed to depart in triumph.”
with positions on the various Com day mornings.
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mittees. Senator Herrin is Chairman
A man named Hawkins was arrested
O n the S tump .—By the San Fran
of the Committee on Counties. Sena
in Goose Lake on a charge of larceny cisco papers, we see that Dr. J. Grey
tor Green is Chairman of the Com
committed in Polk county, and passed Jewell, formerly of this place, is doing
mittee on Mining and member of the
through towu the other day iu charge some good work for Tilden, Hen
Committees on Military and Public
dricks aud Reform. The Doctor is an
Lands. Representative Crain is Chair of Deputy Sheriff Wing.
Thos. G. Reames, of the popular effective speaker, and having had
man of the Committee on Elections.
much experience in public affairs at
Mr. McCall is on the Committee on firm of Reames Bros., has returned Washington will doubtless give some
Ways and Means. Mr. Fidler, of Jose from San Francisco, where he has been interesting chapters of how Radicals
phine, is Chairman of the Committee 1 tying in a first-class stock of Fall and
manipulate affairs in Washington.
on Mining and member of the Commit Winter goods, which will arrive next
We learn that he will stump Califor
tee on Enrolled Bills. Mr. Cheesman, of Monday.
nia in behalf of the Democracy.
Dr. Dav. Rafferty, formerly of East
Lakp, is Chairman of the Committee
on Public lands. He was also Speak
D istrict S chool .—The Jackson
er pro tern, of the House upon its or Loryea’s elegant Turkish bathing In ville District School re-opened last
stitution, stopped over a day in town Monday with an attendance of one
last week. He is on a visit to his hundred and seventy scholars in the
R obbery on B eaver C reek .—
four departments, a large increase over
From W. F. Cornell, just in from
A rumor was in circulation that H. previous attendances. The new ad
Beaver creek, we learn that on the
dition is a big improvement in every
Sth three masked men made a raid on P. Deskins’ team had fallen through
way, and there is plenty of room for
tlkd Chinese companies mining on the Bogue river bridge, while on the
Beaver and Hungry creeks, and robbed way to Fort Klamath, killing four hor
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them of uhat gold-dust they had in
S uicide .— A Swiss in the employ of
their possession, as also what was in
the Galice Creek Mining Company
committed suicide on the J 1th by
the sluices at the time, which they
made them dean up, all of which must
shooting bituself in the head with a
have amounted to a considerable sum.
rifle, lie was supposed to be tempo
This robbery was committed in open
rarily insane at the time, as he had acted i
daylight, and it is thought by some & Sons are now completing the paint rather strangely of late. He was
that the robbers are none others than ing of the structure.
about 40 years of age.
the Wells boys, who are supposed to be
I. O. G. T. P icnic .—The Good Tem
prowling in the Siskiyou mountains. Akers, C. A. Inlow, E. Morgan, H.
We also learn that a miner’s cabin In Smith, J. B. Wood, E. Wells, T. Hop plars Lodge of Sam’s Valley will hold
That region was broken into the night wood, D. W. Akers, D. C. Emerson, a picnic at Chavner’s new bridge on
.before and robbed of a watch and quite and C. A. Trefelthen, of this county, Saturday, September 30tb. A gener
and for Garrett Crockett, of Josephine, al invitation is extended.
« sum of gold-dust.
A uction .—The undersigned will of*
fer at auction at their store in Jackson
ville their entire stock of General
Merchandise, consisting of dry goods,
clothing, boots and shoes, groceries,
hardware and many other articles too
numerous to mention. Sale will com
mence on Saturday, September 2, 1876,
and will be continued every Monday
and Saturday following, until all is II
sold. The entire stock will positively
be sold without reserve. Come every
body and secure bargains.
Those indebted to us are requested
for the last time to come forward, pay
up, and save expenses.
S achs B ros .
T he S tate F air .—The managers
of the next State Fair, which will com
mence on the 9th of October,'are mak
ing great efforts to make it the best
and most complete ever witnessed in
Oregon. Many improvements to the
ground, buildings, etc., have been and
are being made, and no pains will be
spared to make it successful in every
particular. Read the advertisement
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NEW, THIS WEEK.
LEGA L A1) VERTISEMENTS.
Farms for Sale
Persons desiring to purchase good larms
of any size will do well to enquire of
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon.
In the matter of the Estate of Frederick
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IN the undersigned has been appointed
by the County Court of Jackson county,
Oregon, Administratrix of the estate of
Frecl. Pflug, deceased.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to settle the sain»» immediately, and
those having claims against the estate will
present them with the proper vouchers tv
me at my residence on Farmer’s Flat within
six months from the date hereof.
Administratrix of the estate of F. Pflug.
September 14, 1876.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IN the undersigned has been duly appoint-
ed by the County Court of Josephine coun
ty, Oregon, as the Administrator of the es
tate of Evan Taylor, deceased, late of Jose
phine county, Oregon.
All persons having claims against said es
tate are requested to present the same, with
proper vouchers, to tne at my residence oq
Rogue river, in said county, within six
months from this date. And all persons in
Notice of Final Settlement.
debted to said estate are requested to make
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Jackson, sitting in pro
Administratorofthe estate of Evan Taylor.
bate Tuesday Sept. 5, 1876.
September. 12, 1876.
, In the matter of the estate of Nathan Hull,
VELSON II. BERRY,ADMINISTRATOR
IN of said estate, having tiled in said
Court his final account for settlement, and
also praying for an order for setting the
time for hearing the same, therefore notice
is hereby given that said final account will
be heard and determined in said Court on
Tuesday, November 7th, 1876. at which
time all persons having any objections to
s id final account and settlement must then
and there make the same.
Published in the D emocratic T imer for
four consecutive weeks by order of Hon.
Silas J. Day, County Judge.
E. D. FOUDRAY, Clerk.
CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION !
E den C lub M eeting .—Owing to
T. A. DAVIS.
F. K. ARNOLD.
the heavy rain that prevailed Saturday
evening the speakers announced to ad
dress the Tilden and Hendricks Club
at Phoenix did not put in appearance. MONDAY, OCT. 9th, 1876, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
AND CONTINUING SIX DA YS.
They will be on hand next Saturday
evening, however, when an interest
71 FRONT STREET,
ing meeting will beheld. Everybody Extensive Improvements in Progress.
is invited to attend.
Oregon State Agricultural Society,
T. Ä. DAVIS & CO.,
F or S alem .—VV. C. Myer, accom
panied by Ed. B. Caton, left yesterday
for Salem, taking with him several
horses of the Percheron stock, includ
ing his fine stallions and mares, which
he intends exhibiting at the State
Fair. He takes some animals along
with the intention of selling them.
S enatorial .—Upon the first joint
ballot In the Legislature yesterday,
Gov. Grover, the Democratic caucus
nominee, received 44 votes; Jesse
Applegate, 32; Nesmith, 11. No elec
tion, forty-six votes being necessary.
Completion of the "Water Works.
WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
IV a complete stock of
IN THE HISTORY OF THE SOCIETY.
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
he board of managers have
spared no exertion or expense to insure
the complete success of the coming annual
GLASSWARE, WINDOW GLASS,
Half-fare for Passengers & Freight.
PAINTS, OILS AND
Passengers and freight taken at half rates
on the Oregon and California Railroad, and PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
on the lines of the Oregon Steam Navigation
Company. Freight and stock at half rates
on all other railroad, steamboat and steam
ship lines in the State.
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
N otthno is more harrassing than ulcers
or boils. Fortunately they can be quickly
healed by the useot Glenn’s S ulphur S oap , Largest Premiums for Trial of Speed.
JAP Sole Agents tor Oregon for the cele-
which purges the sore of its poisonous virus
brated CAltBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which
or proud tlesh, and thus removes the only
For Blood, Speed and Bottom, now in kills Ticks, Lice and all parasites on sheep,
obstacle to its healing.
process of training, never heretofore equaled and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
in the State.
foqt rot. Circular sent on application.
y-iTThe National Gold Medal was awarded
to Bradley <fc Rulofson lor the best Photo
jÂ-ÏTSee Mammoth Posters. *15^
graphs in the United States, ami the Vienna
Medal for the best in the world. 429 Mont
gomery street. San Francisco.
For particulars, price of admission, or any VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
persons desirous of making application
other information, address
to be admitted as students from Jackson
Salem, Oregon. county to the University of the State of Or
egon al Eugene City in accordance with the
WRIGGLE—TWIST — At Jump. T-J < >o,
terms of the Act of the Legislature in regard
Sept. 12, Tobias Wriggle ami Olivia Twist.
thereto, that the County Court of the State
SMITH—GIVAN—In Ashland. Sept. 10th,
PRO BONO PUBLICO. of
Oregon for the county of Jackson will
1876, by J. M. Sutton, J. P., Francis W.
make such selections on
Smith and Miss Alice M.Givan.
Thursday, October 5. 1S76,
mHE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTI-
’s otlice in said county by draw
1 tied that I have placed my notes and
names presented four persons
accounts in the hands of my attorney, II.
LACY—On September 19th, to the wife of 1<. Hanna, with positive instructions to as students to said University in conformity
W. C. Lacy, a daughter.
make immediate and forced collection in ev with the law in such case made and pro
ery instance where security is not given.
Done by order of the County Court at the
Those knowing themselves indebted to
in»» will do well to call upon Mr. Hanna, September term thereof.
SI LAN J. DAY, County Judge.
LINKSWILER—On Antelope creek, Sept. without delay, as this is my last call. My
17th, Hannah, wife of Tobias L. Links- business must be settled !
Attest ; E. D. F oudray , County Clerk.
wiler, aged 58 years. [Eugene City pa
JAMES T. GLENN.
pers please copy.]
Jacksonville, Sept. 9, 1874.
LIME FOR SALE,
Mrs. Linkswiler came to Oregon in 1844
and settled in Jackson county in 1858. She
leaves a sorrowing husband and six cliil-
ilron, besides a large circle of friends, to
mourn her loss.
BAND OF 1,120 SHEEP, WELL GR \D-
ed with merino, consisting of 670 ewes
anti 450 lambs of good size, within live
miles of Fort Klamath, aro otlcred for sale
»•heap. These sheep have shorn from 8’i
to 9 pounds of good wool in the last year.
Full one-half of the breeding ewes will mm: undeiisiosed wovld here -
raise good bucks. The whole flock can be 1 by inform the public that he has ONE
bought at a very low price bv applying to '1’1 IO UN AN D BUSHELS of superior Jackson
Creek Lime for sale cheap, Persons wish
‘ JOHN CALLAGHAN,
ing Brick-laying or Plastering done in the
North-east of Jacksonville.
best style and at reasonable rates will do
well to call on me. For further information
IN SOUTHERN OREGON.
inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
Notice to Teachers.
<L W. HOLT.
Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1875.
rpiIERE WILL BE A PUBLIC EXAMI-
JENSEN & IFFLAND,
1 nation ot applicants for teachers’ certifi
cates held in Ashland on
U. S. BAKERY, YREKA,
Saturday, September 30. 1876.
Teachers will please take notice and act
in accordance therewith.
ARE NOW SELLING
E. J. FARLOW.
Ccunty School Superintendent. B L A C K S M I T H I N G I
Soda, Graham, and Sugar Ashland. Sept, il, 1876.
STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.
BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
Jenny Lind Cakes and Gin
4 S ALLOUR MERCH ANTS ARESELL-
i A. ing out at c»*it and freight, 1 am ready
UR MILL HAS BEEN MTSREPRE- to do blacksmithing at cost and freight, but
sented by Grangers and others saying must have the cash when the work is com
that “we are not »icing anything
but, we pleted. Shop on the corner of California
are doing this : Wo give 36 tbs. of tl<>ur, 3 and Main streels.
OdONEMILLER A SHANNON.
tbs. of shorts and 8 tbs. of bran per bushel
We will guarantee to sell a better article ot of good wheat. We will also pay 65 cents
Crackers cheaper than can be laid
tor wheat and pay for it in flour, ready
Interesting to Farmers.
down from San Francisco.
sacked, at $18 per thousand.
DALEY A EMERY.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, BELIEVING IT
Send in Your Orders Now Butte Creek, August 16, 1876.
L to be the mutual advantage of imllers
farmers, have made arrangement«
— to —
whereby the Ashland and Pluvnix mi 11s will
be under the management of Jacob Wag
A PORTABLE FIFTEEN-HORSE POW- ner, who will have charge of both mills for
A er steam engine is offered for sale. It the company during the ensuing year, end
has only been in use three months and is in ing July 1st, 1877.
State Agricultural College, perfect running order. Terms—six months’ We will pay the highest market price for
credit, with approved security. Enquire of good merchantable wheat, and are prepared
CORVALLIS, BENTON CO.
to contract Hour at $18 p» r thousand pounds
at the mills. Otlice of the company at the
C. C. BEEKMAN.
The next Sossion begins Thursday, Sep
MILL CO., Ashland, Oregon.
tember 21, 1876.
To Merchants and Dealers
JENSEN & IFFLAND, YREKA, CAL.
A FLOURING MILL, ONE KUN OF
est advantages of any insti - ¿x burrs, good water power, favorably lo
tution in the State. A Collegiate educa cated in Kerbyville. For particulars, ad-
tion, liberal, thorough and complete, FREE. dross
J. B. SIFERS,
Yet a few vacancies for next session.
Kerbyville, Josephine county, Oregon. THE EAGLE BREWERY.
The law provides for the free tuition of
sixty young men, over sixteen years old. WM,
rp HE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER,
Young men may secure appointments by
1 has now on hand and is constantly min-
applving to the Senator for the District in
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern
which they reside, or to
Oregon, which he will sell in quantities tn
'¡SAN FRANCISCO, California. suit purchasers, Call mid test the article.
B. L». ARNOLD, President.