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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 16, y 1876
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
PROF ESS ION AL (’AR DS.
STATE <>F ORF.OON
Governor,.........................................L- F-Grover i
A. C. JONES,
Si-cretarv of State............................ F. Chadwick
ATTORNEY A COUNSE LOR-AT-L AW,
State Treasurer............................... If- Brown
M • V. Brown
Siip'l of Public Instruction... L. L. Rowland
FIRST JUPU’LAL DISTRICT.
G. H. AIKEN, M. D.,
('ounty Judge,.............................. Silas I. Day i
(Samuel Furrv, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
County Commissioners...... • Abrsun Mjner<
....J. W. MiUining
Jackson vil<% Oregon.
..... E. D. Foudray
Treasurer,............................. ................ John < >rth i
Assessor,............................... ....W. A. Childers Office—One door west of the W. U. Tele
School Superintendent,... ......... E.J. Farlow
........J. S. Howard
J. A. CALLENDER. M. D.,
County Judge.................. .......... M. F. Baldwin
J J. E. Sevferth,
....... ( II. Thornton.
............. S... Messenger
........... Chits. Hughes
. ............. Wm. Naueke
.................. J. P. Lewis
School Superintt lent,............... J. M. Smith
.....................W. N. Sanders
.......... Geo. S. Mathewson
P II Y S I C I A N A ND SURGEON,
ATTORNEY a COUNSELOR AT LAW,
jafT Office at residence, on Fifth street, op
posite the Court House.
H. K. HANNA,
County Judge.................................. E. C. Mason
i S. <Mos-*,
< ounty Commissioners,.......< A Ten|,r^k<
T. J. Brattain
Clerk................................................. R. B. Hatton
Treasurer........................................... I. L. Hanks
Assessor................................................... M. Riggs
School Suiierintendeiit...... H. M. Thatcher
Jackson C'»oit>i.— Circuit Court, second
Monday in February, June and Novemlier.
County Court, first Monday in each month.
Jwphine - i'ouuO/.— Circuit Court, fourth
Monday in i April ami fourth Monday in < »<•-
(•»ber. 'County Court, fust Monday in Jan-
uarv, April, July and <h-tober.
('«<»iff7.—Circuit Court, fourth Mon-
.lay in J line ; Countv Court, first Monday
in January. April. J illy and < h-tober.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to all business left
in my care.
Otlice in Orth’s Brick Building—upstairs.
KAHLER & WATSON,
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW,
Will practice in the Supreme, District and
ot her ('ourts of t his State.
Ollier in Court House—upstairs.
( N. FiMier, President,
| M. Caton,
.. ' I>av¡«I <'ronemiller,
j J. Nunan,
( George Brpwn.
............... .....U.S. Hayden
.'..................... H\nrv Pape
................... J... P. il.’Ditniel
.............. J. (.’. Weiss
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
E. B. WATSON.
C. W. KAHLER.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to all business en
trusted to mv care.
/tv.“ Otlice o[»posite Court House.
U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
llofils its regular meetings e\erv
•• Saturday eveningat the Odd Fel-
ow’s Hall. Brothers in good standing are
ncited to attend.
T. B. KENT, N. G.
J. H. P enn , Ree. Sec’y.
Josephine am! Curry* counties, Oregon.
(Hlicial surveys made ami patents obtained
at reasonable rates. Full copies ot Mining
Lawsand Decisions at my otlice in Jack
sonville, < »logon.
JttrksoiHille Stamm No. ll\ I’. I). R. M.,
Holds its regular meetings every Thursday
evening at die < hid Fellows Hall. Brothers
in good standing are invited to attend.
BEN SACHS, O. C.
M ax M i ller , R. S.
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
I)rt‘?oiii;in I’orali tulus Tribe No. 1. Im-
i>rov<l order ♦it Red Men, holds its
stated councils at tire Red Men's
Hall the tImd sun in every seven suns, in
the eighth mil. A cordial invitation to all
brothers in good standing.
( . W. SAVAGE, s.
E. B. W atson , C. ot R.
Keeps constantly on hand a tuli assortment
oi furniture, consisting ot
Holds its reirtilar commiini<*atioiis
on the Wednesday evenings or pre I
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
M ax M uller , Sec'y.
Rnth Rebekah Drsrer Lodge No. I, I. 0. 0. F.,
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
Holds its regular meetings on every other
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
Memtiers in good standing are invited to
JOHN MILLER, N. G.
Sol.. S achs , R. S.
Also Doors, Sash and Blinds always on
hand and made to order. Planing done on
reasonable terms. ^“Undertaking a spe
•OUT Il’S BUILDIN«;, OREGON STREET, I
Board an i Lodging
JOHN L. CARTER & SON,
?.*> per week
I IVE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
....... 50 cents I H all kinds of Painting, including
........ 50 cents HOUSE PAINTING,
RS. WILLIAMSTAKESTIJIS METH-
od of informing t lie public, t hat she is
prepared to turni'h board by tlie week, day
or single 1 cals, at reasonable terms. Tin* WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
table will ■oDstanlly be siqqilied with the
arket affords. No Chinese em-
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING DONE.
d satisfaction guaranteed. (Jive
Orders from the country promptly attend
inc a ca.. and judge tor yoursel \ es.
Jacksonville, Nov. 2«>, 1875.
WILL. JACKSON. Dentist,
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS.
C A 1.1FO KN IA
S. P. JONES,
S t K E ET,
VTONE BUT THE CHOICEST AND BEST
11 Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
DRINKS, 12} CENTS.
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE— it don’t
pav. Families needing anything in our line
p VERY OPERATION PERTAINING To can always be supplied with the purest and
J the jaw skilfully performed al reasona best to lie found on the (’oast. (Jive me a
call, and yon will be well satisfied.
No more credit will l>e given after the
first of January, 1876. I will take all kinds
LAGER ! LAGER !!
Office and residence on corner of Califor
nia and Fifth streets, Jacksonville.
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
New Boot and Shoe Store,
C' a li forma S treet ,
HllIE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER,
L has now on hand and is constantly man
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern
Oregon, Xvhieh he will sell in quantities to
suit purchasers. Call and test the article.
All Kinds cf Job Printing
AVING PERMANENTLY LOCATED
in Jacksonville, the wnderaigiicil re
spectfully informs the public that lie NEATLY
A CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
prepared to »lo all kinds ot work in the lax»t
and shoe making line. Jiutisl-ielion muiian-
The Times Office
Warrrn Lotlsr No. Ill, I. F. & L M..
N ipped in the B ud .—One of those
sedate Chinamen who occupy the
washery on Griswold street, near
State, fell in love some six weeks since
with a girl whose parents live on Sixth
street. No one knows whether she
returned his affections or not, but it is
certain that the man with eyes cut on
the bias loafed up and down Sixth
street a great deal, and that the pair
walked out together beneath the
twinkling stars. The girl didn’t say
anything at home, and if the Chinese
lover uttered a word about it to the
old-fashioned Celestial who walks be-
sido him the two have the secret locked
in their hearts. However and never
theless, the girl’s father was notified a
few days ago that he might soon be
come father-in-law to a Chinaman, and
he decided to see about it. He kept
bis eye on his daughter’s movements,
and the other evening when she said
she guessed she’d go over and see how
Sarah’sjnew hat fitted, he put on his
hat and followed after. She camo
down town, met the boy with the blue
cambric overcoat, and they walked and
talked and smiled lovingly.
Ah-Young had just commenced to
relate a beautiful legend of bis native
hills when somebody picked him up
from behind. One hand seized his
neck, and the other grabbed him lower
down, and he was lifted over an old
wagon and dropped upon a row of bar
rels. He had scarcely mentioned his
surprise when he was hauled off the
barrels, stood on his bead, churned up
and down for a while, and then hung
on top of a board fence to dry. He
didn’t dry. lie got down and made
for his laundry, and when within four
feet of the door be made a great leap
and burster! it in and was out of sight
like a stone cast into the darkness. If
he loves again it will be a secret love,
unknown to any heart but bis.— De
troit Free Dre##.
JAMES S. HOWARD,
..-¿tow- Jatksonvillr Lotlsr >o. Ill, I. II. II. F..
How a B ird F lies .—The most
prominent fact about a bird is a faculty
in which it differs from every other
creature except the bat and insects—
its power of flying, For this purpose
the bird’s arm ends in only one long
slender finger instead of a full hand,
To this are attached the quills and
small feathers (coverts) on the upper
side, which make up the wing. Ob
serve how light all this is ; in the first
«place, the bones are hollow, then the
shafts of the feathers are hollow, and
finally, the feathers themselves are
made of the most delicate filaments,
interlocking and clinging to one anoth
er with little grasping hooks of micro
scopic fineness, Well, how does a bird
fly ? It seems simple enough to de-
scribe, and yet it is a problem that the
wisest In such matters have not yet
worked out to everybody’s satisfaction.
This explanation by the Duke of
Argyle, appears to me to be the best :
An open wing forms a hollow on its
under side like an inverted saucer;
when the wing is forced down, the up
ward pressure ot the air caught under
this concavity lifts the bird up, much
as you hoist yourself up between the
parallel bars in a gymnasium. But he
could never in this way get ahead, and
the hardest question is still to be an
swered. Now, the front edge of the
wing, formed of the bones and muscles
of the forearm, is rigid and unyield
ing, while the hinder margin is mere
ly the soft flexible ends of the feath
ers ; so when the wing is forced down,
the air under it, finding this margin
yielding the easier, would rush out
here, and, in so doing, would bend up
the ends of the quills, pushing them
forward out of the way, which, of
course, would tend to shove the bird
ahead. The process, quickly repeated,
results in the phenomenon of flight.—
Ernest Imjersoll, in Scribner for So-
The Centennial managers have
added a dog display to the attractions
of the Exhibition. The Tribune says
For the accommodation of the ca
wonders nine sheds with double
BOYS’ and GIRLS’
rows of stalls are provided, These
stalls differ only from those ordinarily
READY-MADE CLOTHING, j used for the exhibition of cattle at
j State or county fairs in having their
| floors placed two or three feet above
BOOTS and SHOES,
| the ground. The dogs, singly, in pairs
! or families, are chained or tied in their
GROCERIES, BEDSTEADS A CHAIRS, places, and supplied with straw beds
and plenty of biscuit and water.
There are about GO of them here, of
all kinds, from the rough bull-dog and
the common rat tarrier to the thorough
bred English or Irish setter, and the
LIQUORS, TOBACCO and CIGARS, slight,
graceful Italian greyhound, and
of ail sizes, from the diminutive toy
black-and-tan terrier to the massive
Siberian bull-dog and the mild-eyed
At E. Jacob's New Store,
Long before the visitor reaches the
show he is greeted with such a med
ley of dog voices as he has assuredly
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
never heard before. From the deep
bay of the foxhound to the sharp yelp
of the terrier, from the full tones of
* LL OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD the English mastiff to the uncertain
A at the very lowest rates. If you don't squeak of the poodle, there are num
believe me, rail ami ascertain prices for berless gradations, with variations for
yourselves. No humbug !
All kinds ot produce and hides taken in each mood of the «log mind. The
whining of some of the petted lap
exchange for goods.
dogs, exposed to the cool wind of the
last few days, as well 4s homesick, and
perhaps hungering for the dainty food
to which their fair owners have accus
LIVERY STABLE tomed them, is really pitiful. Setters
;ire more largely represente«! than any
other variety of the dog race, an«!
Oregon St., Jacksonville,
there are many fine, highly-bred ani
mals here. There are some excellent
W. J. PLYMALE.
PROPRIETOR. red lri>h setters, including a few that
are valued at 2tm guineas apiece, and
some black-and-tan (Jordon setters so
aving just received a new finely marked that they would form
C entennial L osses . — Adjutant
stock of Harness, Buggies and ('.afy-
tine subjects for the animal painter.
N ew F ood for H orses . —A new
riages, I am now prepared to furnish my
with his many trunks full of
of mash for homes is now in use.
patronsand the juiblicgenerally with as
and some of them not only show the
It is thus described by the California
points of good dogs, but have pedi could start a bazaar in opposition to Farmer: “It is composed of two
the Japs. In an immense record book
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle grees of remarkable extent. Most he keep« an account of every article quarts of oats, one of bran, and a half
horses hired to iro to any part of the country. noticeable among the latter are two
pint of flax-seed. The oats are first
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses dogs, recently imported from England, brought to the otlice, where it was placed in the stable bucket over which
broke to work single or double. Horses
found, when and by whom. The lost
boarded? and the best of care bestowed upon late the property of Edward Laverack, goods are packed so systematically is placed the linseed ; add Ixiiling wa
of Shropshire. The are descended
ter, then the bran, covering the mix
them while in my charge.
that, with the aid of the record, the
from stock which Mr. Laverack ob
ture with an old rug, and allowing it to
TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
adjutant can, as s<x>n as he receives a
tained in 1825, and which it was sup
thus rest for five hours ; then stir the
description of one of them, return it
mass well. The bran absorbs, while
A liberal share of the public patronaee is posed had been pure for thirty-two
to the owner in a moment. The ar
W. J. PLYMALE.
years. He has kept a continuous
retaining the vapor, and the linseed
ticles comprise purses and pocket-books
strain of pure blood since that time.
binds the oats and bran together ; a
containing motley, watches, hats, va
The pedigree <>f two dogs for nine gen
greater quantity of flax-seed would
lises, fan«, para.Mils, spectacles, um
erations is shown, and the number of
make the preparation too oily anil less
names in it is adapted to give it person brellas an<l other articles, the names of relished. One feed per day is sufll-
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, i <m enlarged i«lea <»f the dimensions of which would make a lengthy vocabu cient; is easily digestible, and is
lary. Watches, money and children
the graveyard which might contain
especially adapted to young animals,
are soon redeemed. Alxiut it dozen
the bones of his ancestors. Some wag
adding to their volume rather than to
lost children are brought to the office
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES has burlesqued the pedigree-mongers i every week. Persons from places as their height—giving substance to the
by ¡«.suing the prospectus of the full
frame, l’rof. ¡Sanson reminds us not
far distant as California and Kansas
pedigree of a d«>g, giving its descent
to overlook the food in tlie nourish
have viiitixl the exhibition and gone
rpiIE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS from one of the Biblical dog« that
ment question in connection with the
home again ignorant of the fact that
I school will commence about the end of
amelioration of stock. He considers
licked L;«za iib’sores. There a o om-
August, ami is divided ill four sessions,
they had lost considerable amounts of
paratively lew |fl>inters, but some are
oats, so generally given to sheep, as
of ten weeks each.
money on the grounds. They have,
objectionable, and approaching the un
Board ami tuition, per term,................... $10.00
however, without exception, recovered
Bed and Bedding........................................... 4.00 shown of a very high strain of blood,
profitable ; rams generally receive one
Drawing and painting..............................
8.00 ¡is may be judged from the price, 2(10 their property upon writing to the ad pound of oats daily, ewes half the
jutant and proving it to be theirs.
quantity. Oats forming an exciting
Entrance fee. only once............................ 5.00 guineas in gold, asked f«>r one or two
food, are especially suited to rams dur
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
ing the season when they are to serve,
Primary, per term,...................................... $ 6.00 ance are the Irish water spaniel«, with
....................................... 8.00 long curly topknots and shaggy ears. day for speeches has gone by. says the but for hastening the development of
....................................... 10.00 There are quite a number of dachs New York
Herald, which adds : young sheep, they only build up the
Pupils are received at any time, and spe hunds, a medium-sized dog with sing Webster, (’lay, Calhoun, with all their
txnies. not the flesh.
cial attention is paid to particular studies in
behalf of children who have but limited
time. For further particulars apply at the other canines are English fox-terrier«, ation as they did in their own age. The
A book has been published entitled
Father’s Story of Charley Hess.”
used to unearth the fox when the
hounds have run him into his burrow;
i It gives a complete history of the ab
many Skye terriers, Scotch terriers, small and newspapers were few, voters duction of the lost boy and of the
black-and-tan terriers, poodlesand Lip were obliged to depend upon public means used to secure his recovery’, to
CITY DRUG STORE. dogs, Spitz dogs, Siberian blood speakers for their political ideas. Mass gether with much interesting matter
hounds, a tine English mastiff, English meetings were then serious matters, relating to the case in its general
and Italian greyhounds, Chesapeake and had direct effect upon the canvass. aspects. The fact that the father re
Bay duck dog«, vicious-looking bull Now they are mere celebrations, in fused $20,00.1 offered him by a liberal
terriers, 'English pug-dogs, sheep «log«, which parties utter the r enthusiasm. minded gentleman as the ransom de
m|IK NEW FIRM OF KAHLER A B ro . and two
queer hairless Mexican The last of the great deflates was prob manded by his abductors, because it
1 have the largest and most complete
ably when Lincoln met Douglas on the would have encouraged child-stealing
This is the first extensive dog-show stump in Illinois and argued the ques in the future, will commend him more
DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS, ever held in this country.
Such tions of the day in immediate pres warmly to the sympathies of all who
shows have, however, been of pretty ence of the people. But speeches are have heretofore watched with anxiety
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also
regular annual occurrence in England not now made to be heard, but to be his fruitless efforts. After reading of
the latest and finest styles of
read. The great orator who speaks in the monsters who figure in this narra
and France for some time past.
hall cares less for his three or four tive, we turn to Sitting Bull with feel
thousand auditors than for his hundred ings of comparative nearness.
I t iz a great deal cheaper to work
And a great variety of PERFUMES and
readers. Another reason
T< *1 LET A RTK 'LES, including t he l»est and than it iz to beg ; enny man can earn
is becoming every year
cheapest assort incut <>f ( ’( >.M M( >N and I’ER- two dollars while he iz begging one.
A N ew B onanza .—-Late Portland
FUM ED SOAPS in this market.
less effective in moving the people is papers contain accounts of the recent
Prescriptions carefullv compounded. The most painful reckoleckshun ov mi that it is preceded by the press.
discovery, in Wasco county, of boiling
life was the time spi nt when I waz a
RoBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
springs of silver of great and fabulous
boy, waiting to be whipt. If it man
R emedy for P oison .—If a person richness—in comparison with which
TABLE ROCK SALOON slips from the top round ov fame’s bid swallows
any poison whatever, or has all gold, silver, or diamond discoveries
der he liiiz got to fall to the bottom ;
there iz no haffway house. In most fallen into convulsions from having sink into utter insignificance. Ship
arguments the truth iz lost sight oil'; over-loaded the stomach, an instanta loads of the precious metal, worth $9,-
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors.
the partys roll up their sleeves and go neous and very efficient remedy is a 000 per ton, are represented as Imiling
in simply to win. There iz a grate heaping teaspoonful of common salt, up from the bowels of the earth, in a
ov bogus htimility floating around; and as much ground mustard, stirred molten condition, ready for the mold«
rpiIE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WELL-
1 known and popular resort would in the most humble kritter you ever see rapidly’ in a teacup of water, warm or of the mint.
If half the reports are
form their friends and the public generally iz a hornet, who haz lost hiz stinger.— cold, and swallowed instantly. It is true, and they are represented to I xj
that a complete and first-class stock of the
scarcely down before it begins to come vouched for by responsible parties,
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale ami Billing#. ------------------------- f.
.1 .... ■
up, bringing with it the remaining every man, woman and child in Ore
porter, etc., is constantly kf'pt on hand.
They’ will be pleased to have their friends
No O ne P erfect .—One day you contents of the stomach ; anti lest gon can soon liecome a millionaire, as
“call and smile.’’
will be pleased with a friend and the there be any remnant of a poison, how it is estimated that IGO acres are cov
next day disappointed in him. It ever small, let the white of an egg ered by these spring«, an t their depth
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also bo found will be so to the end ; and you must
and sweet oil, or butter, or lard—sev is unknown.
here. We would l»e pleased to have persons
possessing curiosities and specimens bring make up your mind to it, and not quar eral spoonfuls—lx* swallowed imme
them in, and we will place them in the Cab rel, unless for very grave causes. diately after vomiting ; because these
A n Irishman, being tried for assault
inet for inspection.
battery, in Virginia City, Nevada,
Your friend, you have found out ; and
WINTJEN A HELMS.
you cannot expect to get much more number of virulent poisons than any when asked by Judge Knox if he had
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
anything to say by way of defence re
than you give. You must look for medicines in the shops.
OEND25e. to G eo . P. R owell A Co., New much weakness, foolishness, and van
plied : ‘«Well, your honor, I saw hut
kJ York, for Pamphlet of loo pages, con
1 F you arc too fat, ami would like little of the fight, ns I was uuderilcalU
taining lists of 3,000 newspapers, and esti ity in human nature ; it is unhappy it
i you tite too sharp in seeing them.
to fall oil, mount a vicious horse.
mates showing cost ol advertising.
must ul the time.”
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Oilice in Orth’s building—up-stairs.
P. P. Prim
District Attorney........................ IL K. Hanna
THE <EN O V VIAI. DOG SHOW.