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that he bail not matte •uitatXe provis
ion for his heirs-at-law ; and that the
(*'R< * I l: /Â.N, /OW.I Z’-X >t CIIA IR*.
I wa-» i x
I by him when he
G. H. AIKEN. M. D.,
was in failing health and laboring un
I,HY"1'IAN AND SURGEON,
der mental depression. He declared
his wish to rearrange and resettle the
Jackson A lie. Oregon.
whole matter. At first the trustees,
who were gentlemen of honor, deter
office—One door west of the W. I . Tele LIQUORS, TOBACCO and CIGAPS. mined to try conclusions at law with
Mr. Lick, hut they finally gave way
a new board, while the trusts were ,
J. A. CALLENDER. M. D.,
I in some respects modified. Only a lit
P II Y S I C I A N A N D S U R G E O N ,
while after, Mr. Lick communica
LAKE COI NTY.
At E. Jacob’s New Store. tle
to the members of the second board
Coiintv Judge................................ E. C. Mason
j a request for their resignation, as a
County i’omiiiissionerst...... ( A 'Penbrook.
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
third board had been appointed. The ■
Sheriff........... ............................... T. J. Brattata rfT office at residence, on Fifth street, op
request was met by a refusal, the
posite the Court House.
, ’lerk............................................ R. Ik Hatton
gentlemen declining to act except un-
Treasurer..................................... L L. Hanks
der legal advice. The new trustees
Assessor.............................................. M. Riggs
H. K. HANNA,
>, ho«i| Superintendent.......H. M. 1 hatcher
* LT, OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD are at present without a trust; and we
Surveyor............................... Erank Cheesman ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW, , \ at th«' very lowest rates. Tf you don't
may safely look forward to a long and
coriir sittis ' us .
believe me, «'all and ascertain prices for
wasteful litigation, with no end of
yourselves. No humbug !
C.omO/.—Circuit Court, second
All kinds of produce and hides taken in plaintiffs and defendants upon either
Monday in February, June and November.
County Court, first Monday in each month. Will practice in all the Courts of the State. exchange for goods.
side. Indeed, we never saw a better
Prompt attention given to all business left
./rM<y*Ame Cuitntf/.— Circuit Court, fourth
j opportunity for a modern case of Jarn-
in inv care.
Monday in April and fourth Monday in <><•- Office
J dyce agt. Jarndyce. There are two
tol»er. 'County Court, first Monday in Jan
I (wards of trustees to begin with,
uary, April, duly and October.
E. B. WATSON.
—Circuit Court, fourth Mon C. W. KAIII.ER.
i There is a son and presumptive heir,
day in June ; County Court, first Monday
KAHLER & WATSON,
I about whose legitimacy there exist
in January. April. July amLOctober.
j grave doubts. There is a great num
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, ,
T< »WN OK JACKSONVILLE.
ber of poor relations, and, to crown all,
Oregon St.. Jacksonville.
I N. Fisher, President,
| M. Caton,
there is a question of Mr. Lick’s san
Trustees,........... ........ J David Cronemiller,
ity at the time of instituting the
Will practice in the Supreme, District and W. J. PLY MALE. - - PROPRIETOR.
trusts ! Before his death he was un
| < ¡eorge Brown.
other Courts of this State.
der medical surveillance, if we may
Office in Court House—upstairs.
................... Ilenrv Pape
the r<'i»<->rt to that effect, being
................ I. P. McDaniel
aving just received a new watched by several physicians at the
Nt root • ’««mini-- ¡oner..................... L <’. Weiss
sto«’k of Harness, Buggies and Car
instigation of the trustees. This, it
riages, I am now prepared t«> furnish my
A1TORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
seems, was a card played early against
the poor relations, who might set up
Mr. Lick’s lunacy against the validity
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
r Holds its regular meetings «“very
the trust deed.
Prompt attention given to all business en
Saturday evcningat the odd Fel
I Meanwhile, the California public
trusted to my care.
low’s Hall. Brothers in good standing are i --¿r Office opposite Court House.
Animals BOUGHT an«l SOLD. Horses
broke to work single or double. Horses must wait for the largess so profusely
inX iled l«> attend.
T. R. KENT, N. G.
boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon promised it—wait for the great tele
JAMES S. HOWARD,
J. IL P enn , Rec. Sv’y.
them while in my charge.
scope, the technical schools, the va
C. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR :
TERMS ARE REASONABLE. rious charities, and the monument to
Jacksonville Slmrni No. IH, I« 0. R.
the memory of the author of “The
Hol Is its regular meetings « scry Thursday
A liberal share of the public patronage is Star-Spangled Banner.”
evening at the • ».LI Fello « s’ H 11. Brothers
W. J. PLYMALE.
in good standing ar«- jnv
Josephine and Curry counties, Oregon.
BEN NA( ilN, O. C.
factions will not discourage any opu
Official surveys made and patents obtained
M ax MtT.Li.rt, R. S.
at reasonable rates. Full copies of Mining
lent gentleman who contemplates the
Laws and Decisions at my office in Jack
endowment of society out ol his estate
llfioiiiiiii Pocahontas Tribe No. 1. Im-
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY. in his own lifetime. Any sensible per-
proved order of Red Men, holds its
| son will see that the trouble in this in
stated councils at the Red Men's
Hall the third sun in every «ven suns, in
stance has arisen from the eccentric
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to ali
character of the donor, and from un
brothers in grani standing.
certainty in fixing the details. No-
C. W. SAVAGE, S.
i body need be afraid to give away his
E. B. W atson , C. of R.
money who has a clear head and can
Warren Loilif No. in, A. F. «V A. M..
command the services of a good con
1 s«“hool will coimnonre «boot the end of
Holds its regular <*ommunications
Aiiiiust. and is divide«l in four sessions, veyancer. It must not he supposed
ott the Wednesday evenings or pre
that any fatality necessarily follows
of ten weeks each.
ceding the full tnonn, in Jacksonville, Ore
Board and tuition, per term....... ............ $10.00 charity and liberality on a largo scale.
T. O. REAMES, W. M.
Keeps constantly on hamlafull assortment Bed am! Beddine.....*..................... ............ 4.00 On the contrary, these troubles wo be
M ax M pller , See’y.
Drawing and painting................... ............ S.00
of furniture, consisting of
Piano................................................ ............ 15.00 lieve to be the exceptions, and about
Ruth Rebekah Drgrre Lodr No. I, I. 0. 0. F., | BEDSTEADS,
Entrance foe, only «»neo.............. ............ 5.00 many rich endowments there has not
Holds its regular imsrtings on every other
SEI.ECT DAY SCHOOL.
! been the least legal difficulty.—Aetc
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
Primary, per tern1......................... ............ ? 6.00 York Tribune.
Meintiers in good standing are invited to
H«*gu* • Ran« h. near Krrbjrvill*.
JOHN MILLER, N. G.
Sou S achs , R. S.
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
CHAIRS OF ALL
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
OHTII'Ü Ill'll.lilXG, OIIHGON STIIEET,
Jackson ville, Oregon.
Boar«! anil Lodging....................... $5 por week
Board............................................... 4 “ “
Single meals.......................................... 50 cents
Lodging................................................... 50 cents
AT IIS. WILLIAMS TAKES THIS MF.TH-
1’1 • ’ of informing the public that she is
furnish board by the week, day
or single i> *als, at reasonable terms. The
table will constantly be supplied with the
b«-st the market affords. No Chinese em
ployed. and satisfaction guaranteed, Give
me a call and judge for yourselves.
Jacksonville, Nov. 26, 1X75.
Also Doors, Sash and Blinds always on
hand and made to order. Planing done on
Undertaking a spe
JOHN L. CARTER & SON,
RTE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
)V all kinds of Painting, including
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING DONE.
Orders from the country promptly attend
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS,
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
C alifornia S trkkt ,
S. P. JONES,
VERY OPER ATION PERTAINING TO
J the jaw skilfully performed at reasona
I p ble
No more credit will be given after the
first of January, 1876. I will take all kinds
Oilice and residence on corner of Califor
nia and Fifth streets, Jacksonville.
New Boot and Shoe Store,
one but the choicest and best
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
pay. Families needing anything in our line
«•an always be supplied with the purest and
best to be found on the Coast. Give me a
call, an«i you will be well satisfied.
All Kinds of Job Printing
aving permanently located NEATLY & CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
' in Jacksonville, the undersigned re
spectfully informs the public that he is
prepared'to do all kinds of work in the boot
and shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran
The Times Office.
By her force of character and public
life during the early days of California,
we doubt whether there is another
public woman on the Pacific Coast so
generally known as Mary St. Clare.
Iler death was so sudden that a Coro
ner’s inquest was held over her re-
mains. Just before she died, she told
her physician that he had given her
au overdose of poisonous medicine,
but the verdict of the Coroner’s Jury
was that she died of heart disease.
This seems to us as being a peculiar
climate for deaths by heart disease.
On Tuesday, the remains of Mary St.
Clare were carried to their last resting
place, followed by quite a procession.—
Canyon City, Oyn., Express.
rvqoeoted tn pnm
>ut. Mr Baxter, bring an Amenca®,
had an opportunity of converging a
few mnmrnta with J«»hn-«en, who ia
now in g«x>l health, having fully re
covered from the fatigues of the voy
age. He state! that he would not at
tempt the feat and pass through what
he did on that trip across the Atlantic
for a million of dollars; in fact nothing
on earth could tempt him to repeat
such a voyage. It is evident that he
is now coining money, and we are
pleased that he is to receive such a
goodly sum for his unparalleled feat
and the pluck he manifested in per
forming it. It is probable that he may
go to London before coming home to
the Centennial Exhibition. Several
entries in his log have been verified
from the logs of the vessels St. Louis,
Defiant, Amerique and Grace, which
he spoke on the way. He intends to
publish the details in order to silence
skeptics and prove the genuineness of
his memorable voyage across the At
I ntelligent F arming .—If there
is one thing more than another that
puzzles the mind of the farmer, it is
as to what he shall do to make money.
If any new source of making money
by farming were found, it would not
he long before everybody would be go
ing into it, and it would soon be over
done. So every farmer must fall back
on first principles, see what his farm Is
best adapted to, taken in connection
with the markets within reach, the
cost of getting his productions to mar
ket, and then concentrate his energies
and abilities on producing the best, so
as to get it into market and obtain the
highest prices. He wants large yields
per acre, aud cannot have them with
out g<»d land and the best culture.
He must possess enterprise and en-
l‘ke a,,y other businessman, and
know whether he can produce his
crops or his stock at a profit or a loss.
Where he 3ees a chance for good
¡»refits, he must put his best foot for
ward, and market his produce at the
best time and in the most attractive
manner. Bad farming will pay no
man. Intelligence and skill are neces
sary to reap success.
How M any A pples did A dam
E ve E at ?—Some say Evo 8 and
Adam 2, a total of 10 only. Now we
figure the thing out differently. Eve
M ilton S iiepakdson S entenced .
8 and Adam 8 also. Total 16.— Bos
At the late term of the circuit court
ton Journal. We think the above fig
Baker county, Milton Shepardson,
ures entirely wrong. If Eve 8 and
and Adam 82, certainly the total will who was tried here last summer in the
>e 00. Scientific men, however, on U. 8. District Court, ou the charge of
the strength of the theory that tho an robbing the mails in Antelope Valley
tediluvians were a race of giants, and in July, 1872, for which offense Tomp
consequently great eaters, reason some kins, Hanson, Bramlette and White
thing like this ; Eve 81st and Adam were convicted and sentenced to the
........................ ............ K.1M»
82. Total 163.— Gloucester Advertiser. penitentiary, was tried for robbing
........................ ............ 10.00
T he campaign against the Sioux is Wrong again; what could be clearer Wells, Fargo & Co’s. Express. He
Pupils are received at anytime, and spe
was found guilty as charged in the in
cial attention is paid to particular studies in over, and the Sitting Bull, proud of than if Eve 8-1-2, the total would be
and sentenced to hard labor
behalf of children who have but limited the result, walks off pawing up the 893.— Laurence American.
time. For further particulars apply at the ground, to the admiration of the smil 8-1-1 st and Adatn 8-1-2, would not in the penitentiary for ten years. Last
ing squaws, and boastfully bellowing : the whole be 1,623 ?— Boston Journal. evening Sbepardson arrived here in
“I’m your howling hyena of the hills 1 believe the following to be the true custody of Mr. II. C. Paige, Wells,
and your patent old he-hair-lifter of solutiun : Eve 8-1-4 Adam, Adam Fargo & Co’s, traveling agent. He
per rairies—I’m your rip roaring 8-1-2-1 Eve. Total 8,938.— Verites. was lodged last night in the city jail,
CITY DRUG STORE, the
raccoon of the mountains—your Sit Still another calculation is as follows : and this morning will be conveyed to
ting Bully boy with the glass eye, and If Eve 8-1-4 Adam, Adam 81-2-4-2 Salem, where he will be enrolled
your gaul-darned and double-fisted son oblige Eve. Total 82,056. We think, among the “Raccoon Brigade.”— Ore
of a steam engine—I’m the high pres however, this is not to be a sufficient gonian, Eov. loth.
sure, iron-jawed sassage machine to quantity, fur though we admit Eve
he new ftrm of kaitt / er a bho . chaw up your Crooks and Terrys—you 8-1-4 Adam, Adam if he 80-1-2—1-2
A H appy W oman .—Here is some
heve the largest and most complete
heered my horn I” And poor Crook keep Eve company. Total 8,082,056. thing for the fair sex. A happy wo
man ! is not she the very sparkle and
and Terry, they must feel sorry that —A. K Mail.
I. ■ 1
DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS, they ever learned the business. And
sunshine of life ? A woman who is
A n A ttempt to rob L incoln ’ s happy because she can’t help it—whose
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also ] they don’t seem to have learned it G rave .—A dispatch from Springfield,
smile even the coldest sprinkle of mis
much either.— Courier-Journal.
the latest and finest styles of
Nov. Sth, says a most dastardly at fortune cannot dampen. Men make a
A train in India recently encoun tempt was made to steal the bones ol terrijle mistake when they marry for
president Lincoln from the cemetery beauty, for talent, or. for style. The
And a groat variety of PERFUMES and tered a herd of elephants that were
TOI LET A RTK’LES, including the bostand advancing along the track. The lead vault there. The plot was suspected sweetest wives are those who possess
cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER ing elephant, a huge tusker, was ap soiiiu time since, and Elmer Wash the magic secret of being contented
FUMED SOAPS in this market.
burn, U. S. detective Tyrell and assist under any circumstances. Rich or
'Sir Prescriptions earefnllv compounded, i parently only enraged by the whistle, ants watched the vault. The scoun
poor, high or low, it makes no differ-
and charged the advancing train.
44________ ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
; the bright little fountain of joy
There was a tremendous concussion,
up just as musically in their
TABLE ROCK SALOON the elephant was knocked off to one cases of the sarcophagus, and were bubbles
side, mutilated and writhing, and the
train, after a series of violent jolts, about to make off with the remains
T hey attempted to take one of Bar
which nearly threw it off the line, when the detectives sprang out. The
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors.
num’s new giraffes across Rhode Island
came to a standstill against the bodies
week, but just as it was on the
of two other animals of the herd. No
line it reached over and
he proprietors of this well - material damage was done, the boss clue to their identity remains, and
ate up about half of a hay stack iu a
known and popular resort would in elephant was shot by a passenger, and
farmyard in Connecticut, aud when
form their friends and the public generally the rest of the herd scampered off in their capture is probable.
- —' '■ — ■
that a complete and first-class stock of the
the farmer came out with a club and
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and a bewildered sort of condition.
D ispatches announce the sudden attacked the Connecticut end, the Mas
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand.
They will be pleased to nave their friends
Y oung damsels, like house plants, death at Galveston, on the 27th ult., sachusetts end got mad and kicked a
“call and smile.”
should be kept in doors these moon of Gen. Braxton Bragg, lie was horn man in Boston and nearly killed him.
light nights. Frost and love do not in Warren county, North Carolina, in It created a good deal of excitement at
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also be found go well together. The former brings 1815, and graduated at West Point in the time in Rhode Island, and most of
here. We would i»e pleased to have persons
1837. His earliest military reputatiou the people stepped out of the State till
l>ossesNing curiosities and specimens bring on consumption and the latter matri
was gained in the Mexican war, “A it was over.
them in, and we will place them in the Cab mony.
little more grape, Captain Bragg,”
inet for inspection.
WINTJEN A HELMS.
I t has been discovered that a hen making his name a household word
P hiladelphia advices report an
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
held up by one leg will not squeak throughout the Union. In 1855 he re improved demand for wool, with but a
END 25c. to G eo . P. R owell A Co., New i half as much as when both legs are tired from the army. Ills services as light supply in the market. California
York, for Pamphlet of 100 pages, con 1 grasped. The American mind is ever a confederate leader are still fresh in fine and medium fleeces are quoted at
taining lists ©f 3,000 newspapers, and esti
ilie mind of the country.
i marching on.
• 22@/25c.; coarse 18@l2c.
mates showing cost of advertising.
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
DRINKS, 12 J CENTS.
C alifornia S treet ,
Like old Tom More in the days of yore,
To death she did recline.
WILL. JACKSON, Dentist,
«>( t|»e early dayw ut Uallforai* •ttr«vt-
vd h« r then*, while yet a girl, and »be
remained in California f »!lowing the
life she ha<l
until the mines
begau to be worked out. Mary St
Clare was one of the first women who ,
came to Canyon City ; she came in the i
golden days of this camp, and for
many years lived a fast life, keeping a
saloon and a hurdy house, making lots
of money and spending freely ; in
early days she had a great passion for
rich jewels and fine dressing, and at
one time she had a fortune in dia
monds, jewels and rich attire. She
was a woman of wonderful mental aud
physical strength, having mote of the
masculine than feminine temperament;
free-hearted and generous to a fault.
When the golden days of this camp
began to wane, she saw the necessity
of a different life, and in later years
settled down to the realities of life.
We are told that her house and im
provements in Canyon City cost, when
built, over $20,000. Of late years she
has been in the stuck business, aud has
lost heavily in wild speculations.
Since coming to Canyon City, we have
seen Mary St. Clare dressed in men’s
clothes on horse-back. She usually
visited her stock ranch in male attire.
She was a woman who attended strict
ly to her own business, and cared but
little for public sentiment. But
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