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Aiken was summoned and repaired
tho damage, and tho little sufferer is
past any danger.
Sealed proposals in triplicate will be j
received at the office of W. IT. Bell,
Inspector of Indian supplies, Portland,
until twelve o’clock m . November 27,
1876, for the transportation of Indian
supplies from Portland to the Klamath i
Agency. Bids will include Winter
and Summer transportation.
C ircuit C ourt P roceedings .—
The following proceedings have tran
spired since our last:
Fellows’ Building, aeksonville,
The Grand Jury presented its re
port, and asked to he discharged. Re
DEALER & WORKER IN
port, accepted and Jury discharged.
The trial jurors in attendance on the
Court were all discharged.
TIN,SIIEEr IRON, COPPER, LEAD, eto,
The persons on the bonds of John x I
Miller and J. W. White, held to an
swer in Justice’s Court on charge of I
assault with dangerous weapon, and
Ton Sui, held to answer a charge of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
larceny, were exonerated, as no true
bills had been found against defend
ants by the Grand Jury.
State vs. Henry A. Grigsby ; indict ! A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVBS
ment for assault with a dangerous
weapon. It appealing to the Court !
from the evidence that there is a ma
terial variance between tho person as
saulted as charged in tho indictment POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
and the party assaulted as appears
from tho evidence, the Jury rendered
Fuse and Capa,
the following verdict as per instruc
tion : That tho defendant was not
Wooden and Willow Ware
guilty of assaulting the person as
charged in the indictment.
It was ordered by the Court that this
cause be submitted to the next Grand
Jury and that the defendant, H. A. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS’
Grigsby, be held in custody of the
Estate of Daniel McMahon vs. P. J.
Ryan; appeal from County Court.
Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hose,
Taken under advisement by the Court
after argument of counsel.
Crass coming up finely.
Our friend Jas. Lawrence loft us
THURSDAY............. NOVEMBER 23, 1876.
again last week for the mountains.
Circuit Court still in session.
Crooks says the election is over and
Thanksgiving one week from to-day. j
F or C alifornia .—Alex. Martin
he is glad of it; but ho thinks the re
Venison is brought to town quite
this week starte»| for Oakland, Cal.,
sult is doubtful.
with fourlri n or fifteen fine horses.
A concert and ball by Prof. Morrell,
Rag-sewing parties becoming fash
F arewell .— We wish our man// ionable.
an Italian violinist, was the programme
friends farcwt II, ns airing them that we
for last Thursday evening.
The miners are all getting ready in
Will alwavs kindly remember them.
Mr. F. W. Smith and wife, formerly
anticipation of a wet Winter.
M r . and M rs . I ke S achs .
The new’ residence of II. K. llanna, ! Tho California stage going south of this place, but now of Lake county,
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B usiness C losed .—Tho firm of Esq., is approaching completion.
was stopped by highwaymen Just north are at present visiting relatives here.
Carpenters are busily engaged build
Sachs Bros., for many years doing bus
Those indebted to tho T imes office of Bass’ station, and the driver com
iness in Jacksonville, havo closed out will oblige us by settling as soon as pelled to hand over the box. As far ing houses to accommodate tho “rush.”
as can be learned; the robbers got noth A piece of ground is prepared in the
»nd departed hence. Sol. Sachs, the possible.
morning, and by night a dwelling is
Junior member, will remain awhile
M. Hanley has bought a Kentucky I ing for their trouble. This is the
longer and wind up the affairs of the jack from Col. Payne, paying $800 for fourth time within two weeks that the looming up thereon—so great is the
stages havo been stopped in Shasta need for more houses.
Nothing occurs to relieve the politi
E lection of O fficers .—Warren
Wild ducks and geese are plentiful,
Lodge No. 10, A. F. A A. M., will elect and the average hunter is pleased ; Steps were taken to furnish the re cal anxiety of our citizens. Our tele
quired bail in the case of Henry A. graph office is constantly besieged by
its officers for the ensuing Masonic thereat.
Grigsby, who escaped the indictment faltering citizens, with bowed heads
year on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1876.
A large amount of freight for this ;
and slow, uneasy tread, who are anx
Members and sojourning brethren are section still awaits shipment from found against him by the Grand Jury
through a technicality, only to be re ious to obtain tho latest news, but
invit’ d to attend. By order of the Roseburg.
manded to the custody of the Sheriff frightened lest it be unfavorable.
M ax M uller , Secretary. i
C. C. Beekman and son were reg until the February term of Court,
Ashland is overflowing with popu
R oad O fi x Y et .—d'nomaaChavner istered at the Centennial Exhibition when his case will come up before tho lation—not a house for sale or to let
has entered into a bond with the Coun : on October 30th.
Grand Jury again ; but it being un Cause: popularity of our village and i
ty Court to keep open as formerly until
Tho Sturges bankruptcy case will be derstood that ho would be rearrested its schools. Students havo been pour I
May next that portion of the road tried in Judge Beady’s Court on the and required to give another bond to I ing in from all parts of this State and
keep the peace, the former project was
running from his house and intersect
California. Ashland ought justly feel
7th of December.
ing the J ick-onvi'le and Rock Point
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proud of her reputation for education
Marion Taylor, of Butte creek, has
road, and which was ordered vacated
MEETING OF THE
al facilities, and Prof. Skidmore should
favored us with an enormous beet, I
by said Court.
I weighing fifteen pounds.
A large number of the Pioneers of
P assed T hrough .—lion. La Fa
We think the average politician is
Rev. W. Hurlburt will hold religious I
yette Lane, our able Congressman, services at the M. E. Church next Sun- ; Southern Oregon met at the room of “cooled” down a little, for now the
R. II. Brown and A. J. Wilcox vs. N. T.
pa--ed through town on Monday last day morning and evening.
sound of “hurrah for Hayes” greetetb Kennedy and II. DeVis; foreclosure of
; chattel mortgage. Decree granted.
f >r Wa-hington, to be present at the
I have secured the services of a First-el»««
'Phis section may expect a visit from 18th of November, 1876. Gen. John not our ears, and tho roar of the anvil Jacob Ish vs. G. II. Lynch ; foreclosure
sessioitof C >ngre<s, which opens next
echoeth not in our mountains for of chattel mortgage. Decree granted.
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
month. Mr. L ine takes his defeat in
A. M. Grigsby vs. H. A. Grigsby ; divorce. ing promptly and in ¡»«¡mrior stylo.
Win. Hoffman appointed Secretary.
the best possible humor, and has im shows at Yreka this week.
eth glum and sayeth not Hayes is Decree granted.
The Chairman requested J. M. Sut
The (¡rand Jury reported finding th»'
plied faith m tiie election of President
- J. N. T. Miller vs. L. J. C. Duncan et al;
elected. What changes cometh over Injunction.
public buildings and records kepi in ton to stalo the object of the meeting. I the people in a very short period of
Permanent officers of the Society
L iti : rary Stan-i Y.—A large nuin- order and in good condition.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
1 I am receiving and have constantly on
ber of ■, ouhg ftuks met at the District
The only pastime the average citi Nov. 16th, by Hon. 1*. P. Prim, Circuit band
a full and lirst-class block of
S, bool 1 I >Us(‘ on Friday li-t for the is about opening a store at Lakeview,
Secretary, Wm. Huffman ; Treasurer, |
purpose1? of org:miziiiga literary society. the new’ county seat of Lake.
mountains and killing deer. A num and Mrs. Mary Jane Caldwell.
U. S. Hayden.
I ber have lately gone and returned.
The slaughtering season is at hand.
After t he u-n tl preliminaries, the fol-
Ou motion of Capt. Thomas Smith,
DRY GOODS. Gum BoeU, TOBACCO,
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lowing periiru:i *nt »»flic rs were elected: A fine lot of hogs passed through town
! ULRICH—In this city, Nov. Kith, to the
the members of the society were re- ,
wife of Chris. Ulrich, a daughter.
J allies C. M ■ i'ully, 1'resideut ; Mis this week for John Bolt, of Applegate. quested to furnish to the Secretary tains as otten and as far as anybody,
Ida 31Lirtin, Vice I’re.sj lent ; Chas.
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Ete.,Ete.
D. M. C. Gault, formerly of this their names, nativity, time of arrival and can hunt as good and as much as
Nitktll1, Seen •t try : Mis- Ella Prim, place, has been engaged as a teacher of in Oregon and the State from whence anybody; but they can’t kill tho deer
Tre.tsii rer; M i -s Nettie Howard, < 'ritic; the Willamette University at Salem.; they emigrated.
—“blamed” if they can. Barney says (California St., one door west of Saulis Bros.,
Everything sold at reasonable ratoa.
Frank Ka->h » for, Librarian. Regular
White’s hotel at Rack Point has been 1 J. M. Sutton offered the following he can find as many deer as tho next
Give me a call.
mm tin gM Wil I be held every Frid y repainted, and Hunt Magruder is hav resolution, which was adopted, to-wit: ; man, but he can’t shoot where they
Jacksonville, Feb. 1&, 1875.
Jackson ille, Oregon,
evenni g. Th e S «eietv promises to be
ing his residence in the same ¡»lace
Desalted, That all persons who have are. Jobe says ho can shoot straight
DEALER AND WORKER IN
a very inti re-■1 mg one.
THE SODA SPRINGS!
arrived m Oregon prior to the end of enough, but ho can’t find where the
the year 1855, with all their families, deer live. We will hear from the re ¡TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ETC.
II HI D Bbli.Mi, lh .->.—The Portland
A 1 itto number of citizens from shall be eligible to membership m the ,
mainder of our nimrods in a few days,
»S‘(lr<d( ird >ay s Tei renee <2tiitm, held
every section of the county were pres Southern Oregon Pioneer Society.
eeps constantly on hand an
and we will give you their excuses for
to aus\ver by Uommis-imier Ferree of
assortment of the best
ent at the meeting of the “Pioneers of
A Committee, consisting of Capt. not bringing in the deer. But, in the
L ike » .•Olio (V upon i charge of man-
Thos. Smith, Judge l . J. C. Duncan, meantime, we do not doubt their hav | TINWARE,
Mitighiter, i< , g in a fi-*e man, the Uni-
Prof. M >rrell, a violinist, attempted James A. Cardwell, David Linn und ing valid and weighty reasons.
led Sta les 1 L- 1 i. 1 Jury, after invvotiga-
Wo will also endeavor to tell why a
ting th e case, bavit g return tl not a to give a convert in town Monday J. M. Sutton, was appointed to report
CIIAIR-S, LEAD PIPE,
IIA RI »WAR E, CUT I .ER Y,
true bilII. Mr . Quinn, in it will be re-
in. He says he was not afraid of the
memht r d I \ our readers, shot a Klam
PAINTS. SIZES, GLASS,
AND MARBLE WORKS.
Quincy A. Brooks, Esq., of Link report was accepted and Committee bear; but “he had an awful track—
ath Indian, who not only imposed
OLS, HOSE, POWDER.
upon him but was in the act of assault ville, passed through town last w’eek
big as your hat.” Probably he had to
ing him with a d mgerous weapon, and
tell the boys what an enormous foot BAR, PLATE AND ASSORTED IRON.
Ho ! Unte All Who Thirst !
he would have sacrificed his manhood journing for several weeks past.
that bear wore, and probably ho was NAILS,
und adopted :
not long getting to camp to tell it,
Wo understand that the District
COME YE UNTO
1st. That a committee of three
School will give a public exhibition ere ' members be appointed to draft a con either—we don’t know.
Ron R oy .
long, and that preparations for the ! stitution aud by-laws for the regulation
Ashland, November 20, 1S76.
THE SODA SPRINGS!
I RON W AS11-K ETTI. ES,
-ame are being commenced already.
of this Society and report them at the
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BRASS ANDIRON WIRE,
O fficial R eturns of L ake .—The
A son of S. B. Hadley, of Lake ■ next meeting thereof.
AND DRINK WITHOUT
county, accidentally shot himself a few
J oséphine C ounty R eturns .— weeks ago and died a couple of days by-laws are Wm. Hoffman, L. J. C. election in Lake county, which have Cast Iron and Steel Plows.
Money and Without Price!
Through the courtesy of Chas. Hughes, afterward. He was about 17 years old. Duncan and U. 8. Hayden.
been kindly furnished us by R. B. ROPE,
2d. That an initiation feo of one dol
E*p, we uro enabled to give the offi
The present weather is very favor- I lar be paid by each member, for the Hatton, Esq., Clerk :
cial vote of Josephine county, of which able for our farmers, many of whom
HUIE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW KEEP-
purpose of defraying accruing ex
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1 ing the Soda Springs House.and having
the following is an abstract :
are busy plowing and sowing. A large penses.
ami refitted the same are now pre
pared to accommodate all that may favor ua
3d. That the Secretary be instructed
area of grain has already been put in.
' with a call. Prices to suit these hard times.
to draw orders oil the Treasurer for all
H’O OI/Ä .V A ND WIL L O IU IU A P E,
Only a little over a month of Leap necessary expenses until tho next
THE MARBLE BUSINESS
Year remains, and maids matrimonially meeting of the Society.
Will still bo a specialty. All orders in thia
inclined must hurry up if they waul
4lh. That the Committee on consti
liue promptly tilled in the best manner and
at reasonable rates.
to take advantage of this opportunity. ; tution and by-laws insert a clause to
Always on hand a large lot of parlor, cook
Address, as usual,
the effect that the annual meetings of
ing, ollice, cabin stoves, of assorted sizes,
J. II. A A. H. RUSSELL, Ashland
We learn that John Orth, G. Karew- the Society alternate between Jackson Eagle Point .............. 84 27 ■ 79 30 1 6 101 plain and fancy, constructed on the latest
14 fuel-saving plans. Boilers, kettles, pots,
ski and a tew others heretofore exten ville and Ashland.
Goose Lako............... 11 71 j 10 « 1
[ and everything connected with these stoves
i warranted durable and perfect.
I 20 16
Waldo................... ........ 231 15
All articles sold or manufactured by him I n M asonic B uilding , O regon S t .,
• >• » 23 not engage in that business this sea handed to the Secretary and initiation Silver Lake............... 25 10 1 25» 10 ! 5 2!»
Slate < 'reek.......... ................i Al 23
0 17 warranted. His work is made of the best
35 29 I
< • alici’ < 'reek.......... .............. i 3», 26
Sprague River......... 10 ■'H 1 10 3 ! -» 11 material and of theehoieest patterns.
57 j 50 son.
Kerby v ille........... .............. 59, 51
Orders attended to with dispatch and
1 23 551 1 50 8
Lost River................. 26
... 24 31
\ i 111 < > U s»* ‘
J U ID p-otl-Joe...... ............... ! 31 3S
mined to well at low prices for cash.
Sachs Bros, is being cleaned and oth meet on Saturday, the 2d day of De
rilllE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE-
252'26!» 4 247 208 ,
erwise renovated. We understand i cember next, in Jacksonville.
Majorities............... S5| J 79J
4 sires io announce to the public that he
Al .i j< >rit iu>........ ................ i;
now prepared to till all orders for cakea
JOHN E. ROSS, President.
Total vote cast, 433.
Total vote cast, 461, w hich is the that Reames Bros, will soon remove
ol every description, such as wedding cakea,
W illiam H offman , Secretary.
cakes tor parties, wine cakes; also brown
Tho selection of tho location for of all kinds, of tho best brands, whalesale and I and
largest polled for many years.
rye bread, ginger snaps and crackers,
retail. ' Also
A. P. Armstrong, who has been
fakes orders on exchange. Prices reasona
“S eattle D ispatch .”—Our old county seat occurred on tho same day
L ucky M istake .—When the stage teaching school at Day’s creek, Douglas
ble and satisfaction guaranteed.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
friend, Thos. B. Merry, is now man and resulted in the choice of Lakeview
Fresh bread everv day.
which took Ben Holladay and family county, is on a short visit to this sec
W m . KREUZER.
aging the Seattle Dispatch, formerly
a largo assortment ot
away left Roseburg, ami which was tion. He will return in a few days
owned by Beriah Brown. He is one
I mportant S wamp L and D ecis -
afterwards stopped by highwaymen and take chargo of the Canyonville
of the best newspaper men on tho ion .—The Supreme Court of the Uni
near Reading, says tho Independent, it school.
of all kinds—-just what every married man
Coast and knows how to make a good ted States recently rendered a decision wants in his family. And if you don’t be
also carried to Jacksonville a lock
A Roseburg paper says that a gen paper. Of course the Dispatch is a which will bring comfort to tho hearts of lieve it, call and examine my stock before
pouch containing a large amount of
tleman named Vest, from Jacksonville, lively Democratic sheet, and it did no thoso Oregonians who have taken lands that
money and other valuables. It was
and machines. B L AC KSMITHING !
reported Friday morning that his
the through pouch from Portland to
pockets had been picked of a consid tion. Success to you, Tom.
duly designated by State commissioners as
Kentucky Jacks for Sale.
San Francisco; but in the hurry and
erable sum of money. He has no idea
I. O. G. T. I nstallation . —At a
bustle incident to making up tho mails
office, all parties are estopped to inquire fur
4 S ALL OUR MERCHANTS ARESELL-
meeting of Eden Lodge No. 197, I. O. G. T., ther into the question whether or not the pOL. GEORGE B. PAYNE, OFHENDER-
it w’as tagged “way mail.” This sack
-* *- i*»g out at cost ami freight, we are ready
The Grand Jury returned no bill held Thursday, Nov. 8th, the following land so designated is in fact swamp.
to d<> blacksmithing at cost and freight, but
no one can open until it reaches San
otlicers were installed : \V. S. Gore, W. V.
must have the cash when the work is com
Francisco, for tho reason that no one against Ton Sui, the Chinaman arrest T.; Jemima Colver, W. V. T.; Willie Gore,
pleted. Shop on tho corner of California
C ome to the C enter .—We shall
has a key thut will fit the lock. W hen ed some time ago for larceny in snatch W.S.; Peter Barnaburg, W. M.; H. Mathes, in the next few days forward state from that State, which ho offers for sale. and Main streets.
SHANNON A BIRDSEY.
the sack reached Jacksonville, as above ing a purse of money from a miller’s W. I). M.; John Gore, W. F. S.; Laura ments of account to those indebted to Any one wishing to buy can see them at
Barnaburg, W. T.; Mrs. C. J. Gore, R. II.
s farm, near Jacksonv ille.
LAND FOR SALE.
stated, the postmaster here discovered hands. The prosecuting witness failed S;: ’’/‘ha (’nckett, L. II. 8.; J. M. Hoxie, the T imes office, and trust they will Bybee’ They
are from 2 to 7 years old.
the error in the tag, and sent the pouch
respond promptly, as we are in need
rilllE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
back that it might be put on its jour
L eft Ua.—Isaac Sachs and lady left of tho money or its equivalent.
1 sale 210 acres of choice agricultural land,
175 acres under fence, situated in Josephine
ney in a proper manner. 3 he lucky
James A. Wilson’s little boy, aged for San Francisco on Tuesday last,
Miss : a word in your ear. The next fino
4 PORTA BEK EI 1 TEEN-HORSE POW- county, Oregon. For information, enquire
part of the mistake is, had tho pouch nearly two years, one day last week where they will hereafter reside. Ben afternoon
that you saunter out, buy a box 1 V er steam engine is ottered for sale. It of John Boll, Applegate, or at the residence
went on as was intended it should, it fell from a chair, striking his chin
LA FAYETTE ALLEN.
has only been in use three months and is in of
Sachs accompanied them. They will of Glenn's Sulphur Soap. That admirable perfect running order. Terms—six months’
and its valuable contents would have
purifier will remove every one of those
seeuritv. Enquire of
lH‘r ,lav at homo. Sampica
fallen into the hands of the highway against a window-sill and biting his go as far as Reading in a private con Iuinples which detract so much from your credit, w ith approved HENRY
worth $1 free. S tinson A
tongue almost off near the end. Dr. veyance. Success attend them.
C. C. BEEKMAN.
Co., Portland, Maine.
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i ” JOHN BILGER,”
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