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Published Every Thursday Morning JB>
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
(OlTOR ARD PROPRIETOR.
OFFICE —On Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1876
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
IMPORTANT TO SETTLKKN.
Advertisements will l»e inserted in the
T imes at the following rates :
One square, one insertion........................ $3.(»O
each subsequent one.......... 1.00
I.egaladvertisements inserted reasonably.
A fair reduction from the above rates made
to yearly and time advertisers.
Yearly advertisements payable quarterly«
Job printing neatly and promptly execut
ed, and at reasonable rates.
C ounty W arrants always at taken par.
THE NEW POSTAUE KATEN.
A T errible D uel .—^Messrs« Geo,
Hardly a day passes but we are Rector and Spencer Orand, who re
G eneral L and O ffice ,
Governor,...............:....................... L. F. Grover
A. C. JONES.
for information relative to the turned from Krtnball, Bosque county,
Secretary of State,...,.,............ S. F. Chadwick
W ashington , Aug. 14,1876.
State Treasurer,......................... A. II. Brown
present postage law on newspapers ■ give us the following particulars of a
To Registers and Receivers, United and letters. Below we give the rates terrible duel which took place on tho
M. V. Brown
Kiip’l of public Instruction... L. L. Rowland
FANCY GOODS States Land Offices. G entlemen : as they now stand, which every busi ; bank of the Brazos river opposite tho
irflKwr judicial district . . •
Your attention is called to tho follow ness man should cut out and paste up town mentioned. A party composed
practice in all the Courts of the State.
< ircuit Jiidgo
. P. P. Prim I Will
| of Walter Turner, E I. Brown and
Otlice in Orth's building—up-stairs.
for future reference.
District Attorney........................ H. K. Hanna
ing Act of Congress :
BOYS’ and GIRLS'
Thompson, from Kaufman
Postal cards, one cent each, go with ---------
Aq Act to confirm pre-emntion and
county, had been in the locality several
County Judge................................Silas T. Day
homestead entries of public lands out further charge to all parts of the
days with race horses. Frank and
• ’ounty Commissioners........ ( Ahrain Miller. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
within the limits of railroad grants United States and Canada; with an ad
Lacy Robinson, Taylor Campbell and
J. W. Manning
in cases where such entries have ditional one cent stamp they go to all I
Jackson vile. Oregon.
Wily Norman, all of Hill county, went
. E. D. Foudrav
t»een made under the regulations of parts of Europe.
BOOTS and SHOES,
.......... John < irth
All letters to all parts of the United to the camp of the Kaufman county
the Land Department.
W. A. <’hilders Office—One door west of the W. I . Tele
i men and got into a dispute with them
....E. J. Farlow
lie it enacted by the Senate, and I States and Canada, three cents per
I about a pony race, which resulted in a
...J. S. Howard
House of Representatives of the Uni
Local, or “drop” letters, that is, for fist fight. The parties agreed tojneet
ted States of America in Congress as
J. A. CALLENDER. M. D.,
the city or town where deposited, two | the next day and settle the thing in a
sembled, That all pre-emption and
County Judge............................M. F. Baldwin P II Y S I C I A N AND S U R G E O N ,
more satisfactory manner. So at 10
homestead entries, or entries in com cents if delivered by carriers, and one 1
• • .
I J. E. Sevferth,
o’clock the next day the Hill county
( 11. 1 liornton.
pliance with any law of the United cent where there is no carrier system, j
men took a stand at the place agreed
Sheriff,........................................... S. Me*s<»nger
LIQUORS, TOBACCO and CIGARS, States, of the public lands, made in weekly and weekly, regularly issued upon,
Clerk,........................................... Chas. Hughes
in readiness for action. Tney
good faitli, by’ actual settlers upon
Treasurer....................................................... Win. Naucke
waited long when the other
F?“Oflico at residence, on Fifth street, op-
Assessor............................................. J. P. Lewis
tracts of land of not more than IGO
towards them. Tho men
School Superintendent,.................I. M. Smith
acres each, within the limits of any cents per pound, payable at the office
Surveyor,.................................... W. N. Sanders
were all armed with six-shooters ex
land grant, prior to the time when no of publication ; newspapers and mag- j
II. K. HANNA.
<.'<»r<»uer............................... Geo. S. Mathewson
Turner, who carried a needle car
tice of tho withdrawal of tho lands azines less frequently than once a
When the parties had ap
ATTORNEY a COUNSELOR AT LAW,
embraced in such grant was received week, three cents per pound.
E. C. Mason
within twenty yards of each
I at the local land office of the district in
< ’ounty Commissioners,
Campbell fired at Turner
transient newspapers, magazines, pam- j
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
phlets, handbills, and books, one cent i and the battle commenced. Turner
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
i their restoration to market by order of
Prompt attention given to all business letl
leaped from his horse and fired three
! the General Land Office, and where for each two ounces, or fraction thereof.
in iny care.
On unsealed circulars, and all mail shots with his terrible carbine, The
Assessor .. ...... ....................
Ollice in Orth’s Brick Building—upstairs.
j the pre-emption and homestead laws
matter of the third class, other first shot went crushing through
LT. OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD , have been complied with, the proper
than that designated in the foregoing Campbell’s brain, the second caused
C. W. KAHLER.
E. B. WATSON.
believe me. call and ascertain prices for • proofs thereof have been made by the section, postage as heretofore, one cent the instant death of Frank Robinson
KAHLER & WATSON,
yourselves. No humbug !
parties holding such tracts or parcels,
and the last shot mortally wounded
All kinds ot produce and hides taken in they’ shall be confirmed, and patents for each ounce, or fraction thereof.
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, exchange for goods.
The following are the postal rates Lacy Robinson; by this time a ball
for the same shall issue to the parties
Europe. The rates for letters from Thompson’s revolver had passed
are for the half ounce, or fraction through poor Norman’s breast, a boy
ec . 2. That when at the
Will practice in the Supreme, District and
thereof, and those for newspapers for aged 17 years; and all of the Hill
such withdrawal as aforesaid v<
other (’ourts of this State.
county party lay weltering in their
four ounces, or fraction thereof :
Otlice in Court House—upstairs.
emption or homestead claims existed
LIVERY STABLE upon any’ lands within the limits of To Great Britain and Ireland, letters blood. Some twenty shots were fi reti
five cents, newspapers two cents; altogether. Mere than half tho shots
any such grants which afterwards were
were by the Ilill county party, but,
Oregon St., Jacksonville,
abandotjed, and, under the decisions France, letters five cent-', newspapers I
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
I strange to say, none of the Kaufman
and rulings of the Land Department, two cents ; Spain, letters five cents,
county men were in the least hurt.
PROPRI CTOR. were re-entered by’ pre-emption or
W. J. PLY M A LE.
Germany, including Austria, letters Campbell and Frank Robinson each
homestead claimants who have com
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
fired -five shots ; Norman and Lacy
plied with the law’s governing pre five cents, newspapers two cents ; Den Robinson al-o fired, but ttie only dam
Prompt attention given to all business en
mark, letters five cents, newspapers
trusted to my care.
aving just received a - new emption or homestead entries, and two cents; Switzerland, letters five age they did was to kill Turner’s horse.
Oilice opposite Court House.
stock of Harness, liturgies and Car shall make the proper proofs required
The surviving party mounted horses
riages, 1 am now prepared to furnish my
j under such laws, such entries shall be cents, newspapers two cents; Italy, and fled the country. A hundred men
JAMES S. HOWARD,
five cents, newspapers two
patrons ami the public generally- with as
' deemed valid, and patents shall issue letters
letters five cents, news- started in pursuit. Both tho Robin
U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
therefor to the person entitled thereto.
papers two cents ; Norway, letters five sons leave families. Campbell ■ and
Jurksoin ilk Loilse No. 10, I. II. 0. F..
S ec . 3. That all such pre-emption
Holds its regular meetings every
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle and homestead entries which may cents, newspapers two cents ; Sweden, Norman are unmarried. The Kauf
Saturday evening at the (hid l el-
horses hired to iro to any part of the country.
letters five cents, newspapers two cents; man county party are all boys, none of
TiyrftiraB. Brothers in good standing are
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses have been made by permission of the Turkey, European and Asiatic, letters them being more than nineteen or
invited to attend.
broke to work single or double. Horses Land Department, or in pursuance of
T. B. KENT, N. G.
boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon the rules and instructions thereof with five cents, new.-papers two cents ; twenty years of age.— lUm-o (Texas)
J. IL P enn . Rec. Sec’y.
them while in my charge.
in the limits of any land grant at a E?ypl, letters five cents, newspapers
JTMY TERMS ARE REASONABLE. time subsequent to expiration of such
Jicksofivillr Stilimi No. 11?, V. 0. R. U.»
IIow Bovs’ M arbles are M ade .
Packages containing liquids, poisons,
Holds its regular meetings every Thursday
glass, explosive chemicals, live ani —Almost till the “marines” with which
A liberal share of the publie patronage is
evening at the • Hid Fellows’ Hall. Brothers
W. J. BLY MA LE.
mals, sh irp-pointed in-truments, sug»r, boys everywhere amuse themselves,
in good standing are invited to attend.
ing of the proof required shall entitle
BEN SACHS, O. C.
fiour, or any other matter liable to de in season and out of season, on side
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
the holder of such claim to a patent
“ *M* x 'M illeh , R. S.
face or destroy the contents of the walks and on sandy spots, tire made at
mail, are unmailable; are not placed Oberstein, Germany. There are, large
Ort’ffonian Porahontas Tribr No. 1, lin-
in or allowed to pass through the mails, agate quarries and mills in that neigh
proved order ot Red Men, holds its
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY.
It is required that every’ application
under any circumstances.
¡ borhood, and the refuse is turned to
VulPi.«* state*!* couneilrf at the Red Men’s
under this Act shall be in such form as
By a late act of Congress, also, all I good account in providing the small
Hall the third sun in every seven suns, in
to distinctly set forth the facts in the
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
letters or circulars relating to lotteries, stone balls for experts to “knuckle”
cast1, and the specific grt>unds upon
brothers in good standing.
gift concerts, or schemes of chance of with. The stone is broken into small
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES
C. W. SAVAGE, S.
of furniture, consisting of
any description, are declared to be un cubes by blows of a light hammer.
• E: B. YV atson , C. of R.
included in the terms of the law.
The small blocks of stone are thrown,
mailable, and entirely excluded.
by the shovelful, into the hopper of a
HE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
Warm Lodsc No. 10, A. F. 4 A. M..
school will commence a I »out the end of
Holds its regular communications
P ractical U se of D ogs .—It is a I small mill, formed of bedstone, having
August, and is divided in four sessions, Office with such information as you
/ nf \ on the Wednesday evenings or pre
fact perhaps not generally known that its surface grooved with concentric fur
of ten weeks each.
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore
may deem necessary.
there is a firm in San Francisco W’ho rows. Above this is the “runner,”
Roard and tuition, per term,.......
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
tn this purchase tho thousands of dogs which is of some hard wood, having a
M ax M uller , Sec’y.
Drawing and painting....................
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
8.00 Office direct.
slaughtered by the pound master of level face on its lo.vir suif.iee. The
that great city or that may have been I upper block is made to revolvejapidly,
Kith Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 4,1. 0. 0. K,
PARLOR A- BEDROOM SUITS, Entrance fee, only once................
handler , Secretary.
otherwise killed, for which they pay water being delivered upon the
* Holds its regular meetings on every’ other
SELECT DAY SCHOOI
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
40 cents each. The cat causes are con grooves of the bedstone, where the
Primary, per term,..........................
Members in good standing are invited to
O regon has done better at the Cen veyed to their manufactory at South marbles are being rounded. It takes
JOHN MILLER, N. G.
hand and made to order. Planing done on Senior,
10.00 tennial than California, when we con San Francisco, where the skins are re alxiul fifteen minutes to finish a half
S ol . S achs , R. S.
Undertaking a spe
Pupils are received at any time, and spe sider that she has less than one-tilth of moved and sold to the tanneries, the bushel of good “marbles” all ready, for
cial attention is paid to particular studies in the population of her sister State. The
hair taken oft' and resold to the plas the boys’ knuckles. One mill will turn
behalf of children who have but limited
time. For further particulars apply at the
terers, the hide tanned, made into 160,000 “marbles” per week. The
ORTH’S BUILDING, OREGON STREET,
gloves ami sold into the market. The hardest “crackers,” as tho boys call
the other. The following have all re denuded carcass is then thrown into a them, are made by a slower process,
ceived diplomas and medals : S'.ate huge cauldron and boiled until the somewhat analogous,, however, to tho
of Oregon, Section of Wood ; State of hones are easily separated from the other.
Board an 1 Lodging.
$5 per week 1ITE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
CITY" DRUG STORE, Oregon, Gold from Virtue mine ; D. flesh, when they are removed and sold
4 »» ».
I). I’rettyman, near Salem, Ninety-day to the sugar refineries, where they are I
T he L iquor L aw .—II. B. No. 112,
...... 50 cents
act to regulate the sale of intujuca-
....... 5ü cents HOUSE PAINTING,
ground to a powder and us d to clear-
Learn & Bros., Portland, Oatmeal ; J. ify sugar. The oil that rises to the ■ ting liquors to minors and others,
W. <& V. Cook, Pickled Salmon ; J. surface of the boiling mass is skimmed passed by the last Legislature :
RS. WILLIAMS TAKES THIS MET1I-
W. & V. Cook, Canned Salmon ; Ore off and manufactured into cod liver
S ection 1. It shall be unlawful for
od of informing the public that she is
O RN AM ENT A L PA INTI NG,
prepared to furnish board by Use week, day
person to knowingly sell; fiy agent
have the largest and most complete
oil, and the remainder is used for the
or single meals, at reasonable terms. The WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
any spirituous or other
table will constantly be supplied with the
purpose of fattening hogs.
intoxicating liquors to any minor, for
county, Combing Wool ; Oregon City-
Ijest the market affords. No Chinese em
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING DONE.
DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS,
ployed, and satisfaction guaranteed. Give
purpose whatever, unless upon the
How to D eal with S candal —
Orders from the country promptly attend
me a call and judge tor yourselves.
order of his parents, or guar
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also ner, Augurs and Bits, Salem ; John L. What’s the use ol minding what
Ashcroft, near Salem, Pruning Shears. “they say ?” What’s the use of lying dian, or family physician, or to sell the
Jacksonville, Nov. 26, 1875.
With this showing, the adjournment awake nights with the unkind remark same to any intoxicated person, or to
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS.
ot her Legislature with some appro of some false friend running through any person who fa iu the habit of be
WILL. JACKSON, Dentist,
C alifornia S treet ,
And a great variety of PERFUMES and priation towards defraying the ex your brain like forked lightning ? coming intoxicated ; and any person
TOI LET ARTICLES, including the best and penses of her commissioners, was nig
What’s the use of getting into a worry violating the provisions of this section,
Proprietor. cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER gardly in the extreme.
S. P. JONES,
and fret over gossip that has been set shall forfeit and pay to the School Fund
FUMED SOAPS in this market.
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
afloat to your disadvantage by some the sum of one hundred dollars for
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
To W ash W hite L ace —The follow meddlesome busy-body who has more each and every offense, to be collected
ATONE BUT THE CHOICEST AND BEST
ing recipe for washing white lace is time than character ? These things by action on his bond, by any citizen
INI Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
TABLE ROCK SALOON. generally found more successful than can’t possibly injure you, unless, in of the county where such offense may
any other. Cov< r a glass hottie with deed, you take notice of them, and in have been committed.
DRINKS, 12 J CENTS.
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
white flannel, then wind the lace combating them give them character
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE- it don’t
around it, tack it to the flannel on both
B. F. JELLtsoN, a saloon keeper .of
pay Faniilies needing anything in our line WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. sides, and cover the whole with a piece and standing. If what is said about Sin Francisco, recently brought suit
very operation pertaining to can always be supplier-
"ied with the purest and
you is true, set yourself right at once ;
the jaw skilfully performed at reasona best to be found on the Coast. Give me a
of flannel or linen, which sew firmly if it is false let it go for what it will tor the sum of $7,100, the value of 56,-
call, and you will be well satisfied. ______
he proprietors of this well - around it. Then steep the bottle over fetch, until it dies of inherent weak 800 cocktails alleged to have been
• No more credit will lie given after the
known an«! popular resort would in night in a ewer, with soap and cold
drank by Thomas O’Larkin, Jr., a son
first of January, 1876. I will take all kinds
LAGER ! LAGER !!
form their friends and the public generally water. Next morning wash it with ness.
of the well-known pioneer of Mon
that a complete and first-class stock of the
Office ami residence on corner of Califor
A W1IITEIIALLER has invented a terey. He got judgment for the full
hot water and soap, the soap being
nia and Fifth streets, Jacksonville.
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand. rubbed on the outer covering. Then fly protector for bald-headed men to amount, but the man of undying thirst
THE EAGLE BREWERY, They will l>e pleased to have their friends steep
it again for some hours in cold wear during sermon time. It. consists had made all his property over to his
“call and smile.”
New Boot and Shoe Store,
And Larkin still lives.
water, and afterwards dry it in the air of a clo'O fitting paper cap to be worn daughter.
years it look Larkiu to
HE PROPRIETOR, JOS. wetterer ,
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also be found
C alifornia S treet ,
has now on hand and is constantly man here. We would l»e pleased to have persons covering, and the lace is ready, no
swallow $7,100 worth of Angora bit
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern possessing curiosities and specimens bring ironing being required.
ters and camphene gin, bus not yet
Oregon. Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to them in, and wo will place them in the Cab
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suit purchasers. Call and test the article.
inet for inspection.
WINTJEN <fc HELMS.
three years to thoroughly digest the wearer looks as if he had a head of
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
aving permanently located
All Kinds of Job Printing
principles of gravitation, while an In beautiful black hair.— Whitehall Time». lightning,” murmured a pretty girl
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re
spectfully informs the public that he NEATLY
during a storm. “Ami well you may
farmer has spent eleven years
it CHEAPLY EXECUTED
York, for Pamphlet of 100 pages, con
prepared to do all kinds of work in the boot
W hy is F like a cow’s tail ? It fa I be,” sajd her despairing lover, “lor
taining lists of 3,000 newspapers, and esti trying to flnd out why a cow never
an<l shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran
I your heart i- lmi U c of sivc|.”
kicks until the pajl is two-thirds full. i the end of beef,
mates showing cost of advertising.
The Times Office.
STATE OF OREOON.
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