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LEG AL AD VEllTJSEM ENTS.
D. D. Orton was bittteu on the linger by a
STATE OF OREGON.
rattlesnake a few «lays ago in Wasco couu
.S. F. Chadwick
ty. He swall<»we*l halt a pint of alcohol,
8. F. Chadwick
Odd Fellows’ Building, Jacksonville. Oregon, State Treasurer,........................
which he soon threw up, together with his fllHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
A. H. Brown
JUNE 23, 1K77
dinner which he had Just eaten. He then L appointed by the County Court of Jauk-
State Printer............................... M. V. Brown
uiuuuted a horse and rode twelve miles al buu county, Oregon, administratrix oi the T. G. REAMES.
Sup’l of Public Instruction... L. L. Rowland
E. R. REAMES.
Sol I iE WAR POETRY ON RUTH SIDES. the top of bis sjieeJ to DesCUutes Ferry estate of Henry D. Cromer, deceased, all
DEALER & WORKER IN
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
persons having claims against said estate
Circuit Judge,.................................... P- P• Prim
i H oumi . By this time hia arm and the are requested to present the same, with the
FORT HR RUSSIANS.
District Attorney,....................... H. K. Hann»
whole of one side of the b«»«ly wereswollen prop««r vouchors, I«» the undersigned, within
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc.
A. ciei'etand (Y m *. Bithop <*/ the Western in u terrible manner. Some indigo st«s»|s»<l six nioutl s irum this date ; and ail jiersons
(Successors to White <k Martin,)
Ihucfnt of New i ui k, m the itujfulu CV»/*-
.............................. Silas J. Day
iu sweet milk was the only thing that c«>ul«l
mediate pay meat.
, ,, _ . .
f Samuel Furrv,
I hj obtained. This he «(rank and vomite«i
County Commissioners...... } Abram
SA It ill CROMElt, Administratrix.
Trump of the Lord—T hear it blow !
Juno 9, 1877.
again. He recoverod by next day, but it
Sheriff,.'...................................... J. W. Manning
Forward the Cross ; the world shall know
........................................... E. D. Foudray
Jehovah’s arm’s against the foe.
Treasurer,.......................................... John Ortn
Down shall tho cursed Crescent go !
J<»s«*ph Knott, of Portland, says the
AG RICULTUR AL IM PLEM ENTS Assessor,................................... B. C. Goddard
To arms—to arm» I
D«»uglas Independent, has s«»ld the Excelsior rilHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
School Superintendent,............. E. J. Farlow
1 appointed by the County Courtot Jose
J. 8. Howard
CALI FORNI A STREET,
quartz mine iu Bohemia district, for the phine
God help the Russ ! G<»d bless the Czar I
county, Oregon, administrator of the
!8hame OU th«» swords that trad«» can mar !
sum of $30,900. Tho sale inclu«l«»s the mill estate of L. R. Scott, deceased, all persons
Rhame on the kfmrards. faint and far,
County Judge,......................... M. F. Baldwin
as well as the mine, and the purchasers are having claims against said estate are re JACKSONVILLE.
That rise not to the holy war.
‘ (J. E. Sevferth,
a company ot Eastern capitalists, who pro
County Commissioners,...... } H Th(;rntonJ
To arm»—to arms ?
pose to begih work on the mine upon an creek, Josephine county, Oregon, within six
The Cross our Star.
Sheriff,....................................... JS. Messenger
elaborate »«-ale. T!»o Ex«*elsior mine is per mouths from this date; ami ail persons
Clerk,......................................... Chas. Hughes
How long, O I.ord—for Thou art just :
Treasurer,..................................................... Win. Aaucke
I haps the richest known in Douglas county, owing said estate aro notified to make im
Vengeance is Thine—in Thee we trust ;
Assessor,.......................................... J. P. Lewi»
I and as there is capital to be employed sulli- mediate payment. ISAAC COX, Adm’r.
Wake, arm of God, and <la»h to «lust
School Superintendent,............... J. M. Smith
J uno 2, 1877.
Those hordes of rapine and of lust.
cient to fully «levelop it, Southern Oregon
Surveyor,.................................. W. A’. Sander»
To arms—to arms !
will soon boast of the successful working of
Coroner..............................Geo. 8. Mathewson
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Wake swords that rust.
«me of the richest quartz mines on tho
Forward the Cross ! Break clouds <»f ire !
County Judge............................... E. C. Mason
North P:u itie Coast.
1 living three miles northeast ot Jack frosh stock of
Break with the thunder uul the tire !
County Commissioners,...... jeLbiiok,
The following letter explains itself:
Fuse End Caps,
sonville, one bay m ire, about fifteen hands
To new Crusaders let Faiih inspire ;
high, black logs, mane and tail ; with a
L ui » m » vv S treet , June 13, 1877.
Sheriff.......................................... T. J. Brattain
Down with the Crescent to the uure !
To J ohn D. T ownm : xi >, E> q .— Dear Sir: sin ill white spot in forehead. Supposed to
To arms—to arms,
Clerk............................................. R. B. Hatton
I wish you to take the necessary steps to at bo four years old. Unbroke.
To vengeance dire !
....................................... J. L. Hanks
Wooden and Willow Ware Treasurer
Also one roan steer, about six years old,
once enable me to confess judgment in all
Assessor.............................................. M. Riggs
cases brought against me by either the city, < rop oil the right ear and crop and slit in
School Superintendent......... H. M. Thatcher
c«»unty «»r state. My defences in til! the-o th«» left?
Surveyor.............................. Frank Cbeesman
against both .
The owner or owners will come forward
A Newsjiaper Heretic (IF. A. CrojJut) in the
Attorney Gtmeral personally in several in ami pay charges and take the animalsaway, HATS. BOOTS &. SHOES.
Jackson County. —Circuit Court, second
terviews, on his personal assumn«*e to me or they will be sold according to law.
Monday in February, June an«l November.
Thou man of God, who thus implore
County Court, first Monday in each month.
CLOTHING, Etc., Etc.,
release«! from imprisonment, an«l as you
Thy brother’s sacred blood to ¡»our
Josephine County.— Circuit Court, fourth
In hateful tides of turbid gore
in April and fourth Monday in Oc
l«>ss now to int«»i p<»'6 a dvf«»nse oven had I a
From Dardanelles to Danube's shore,
In SACHS’ Brick Building, well known a*.
Court, first Monday in Jan
desire to do so, and thus save the city un
Be stil—I m » still!
all others interested therein.
Blaspheme no more!
Court, fourth Mon
Y'our obedient servant,
VOUA11K HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
God help the babies I God bless the wives !
application has been made by .'sane
Shame on the priests that whet the knives !
The birthday of Stephen Girard was cele Cox, administrator of the estate of E. R.
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
Shame on the church whose altar thrives
at the college that bears his name in Scott, deceased, to the County t'otirt of Jose
’ D. Linn, President,
By wrecking peaceful peasants’ lives !
phine county, Oregon, for an order to sell
Those goods were all purchased by a
etc ., etc .
Phila<lelpliia on the 21»t lilt. There are the one-sixth interest of said deceased in member of our firm from FIRST-CLASS
Be still—be still !
’Tis Hell that drives !
about 550 students connected with th«» in .ti- the quartz lode, known as the Peacock Cop- HOUSES in San Francisco, and w& will
tution at present, the graduates numbering I pertail Lodge, situated ai.out one and one warrant every article and sell them as cheap
How long, O Lord, before thy shrine
Khali men pray, “Vengeance, God, is about !,3tM. Tho college has an annual in ri ver, Josephine county, (Oregon, and von are
,...U. 8. Hayden
We call the
...... Henry Pa|»e
come of $750,000, while tho running ox nspiired to iipp«»ar in said Court at the July
Mechanic, »nd nm prepared to do all repair Treasurer,...................
Then worship Moloch as divine,
penses are about $250,000. The course of in I term then-«»», commencing the 1st Monday
ATTENTION OF THE LADIES
And drink the battle's bloody wine ?
ing promptly and in superior style.
.Geo. II. Young
struction extends over eight years, and tho in .,’iily, 1877, and show eau-e, if any exist,
Be still—be still
to the fact that we bave the largest assort
‘•family system” is now being tried ; that is,
O, heart of mine !
ment of FANCY' GOODS of every descrip
F. K. ARNOLD.
¡»lacing about 30 boys in a class and under
7. A. DAVIS
Published in tho D emocratic Trsns by i tion now on hand, and we will henceforth i
certain instructions, where they remain an order ef M. F. Baldwin, County Judge
Come Holy Peace ! May Muscovite
of »aid county, made the 26th <l tv of May, sell them at
throughout the course.
And Moslem end their wretched tight ;
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
* CHAS. II I’GHES, Clerk.
Women with songs shall hail the light,
Don’t talk too much. Few people have
1 I am receiving and have constantly on
And children flock with flags of white—
Citation to Heirs.
a full and first-class stock of
Be still—be still—
O, sacred sigh !
In tho Couiity Court of tin» State ot Orcgo”,
We also keep on hand & full stock ©t
subject of which you are ignorant, especially
for tin» Couuty of Jackson, June, 1877,
71 mC NT STREET
in the presemre of those to whom i’ is famil
OEMERAL NOTE» ANI» NEW».
In the maUer oi the estate of Napoleon Ba
DRY GOODS, Gum Boots, TOBACCO,
iar. It it be not always in your power to
An enthusiastic Georgia admirer already stH*ak to the purpose , it certainly is to be
William Baker, Samuel HARDWARE, NAILS, GLASSWARE,
nominates Ben Hill for President in 18.80.
Baker, Eames Marion Baker and Nancy
silent ; and, though thousands have re
Ann Brown, heirs of the property and
Alexander II. Stephens finds his obitu membered with pain their garrulity, fer.'
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Eto.,Ettt.
ot Napoleon Baker, decease«!, and
aries a great help iu writing his autobiog have reason to repeut their si’en
ail «.ihers imeresfcd therein:
1VF KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
give this for the benefit particularly of some V’oU ABE HE11EB\ NOTIFIED THAT And very manv other articles too numerous
» T a complete stock of
William Ray, a lininisLiaior «if sai«l es
For three whole days in Naples, Italy, re oi our visitors.
Sir Give •.:* r. call and judge for yourself
tate, has tiicd his petition praying tor an or
cently there was not a single birth recorded
New York, Juno 14th.—The World's der <>l >a’<J C«H!rt to sell th«' l«»howing «le-
to our capacity io furnish roods a* above. Give m ■ . ball.
in a population of .»OO.oeo.
Washington special say s: Senor Romero s« ril»e<l real pr«q»erly belonging to stud es
The “Tom Thumb Lillipatian Troupe,” has written a private lettor here urging the tate, I«»-wit:
Lot No. 3 and tho N.
of N. W. ' i and
HIGHEST HONORS PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
with the veteran Gen, Tom Thumb in the recognition ot the Diaz government, lie
»11«: S. W. L of the N. W. L of S«‘C. 27 and
lead, will shortly visit Oregon.
thinks that government wil> bo stable. One lots No. 1, 2 ami 3 of S«»«t. 28, i:t Township
Dave Weatherford, the forger, has been main hope of tho opposition to it in Mexico 38 South, of Range 3 West, containing !;>7
CENTENNIAL WORLD S FAIR 1878 !
sentenced to two years mi the ¡»enitentiary. rests ou its ncn-re?ognition L»y th«? United acres, situated in Jacksou county, Slate of
GLASSHAILE, WINDOW GLASS,
His wife won't trouble him any more tor
Therefore notice is hereby given to tlio
heirs at law of said estate, that 'lie prayer
>1 sai«l p 'titieii will b heard and deier .inn«-«!
FAINTS, OILS AND
They won’t let Dr. Ayer out of the insane
at the Clerk's otlice in Jacksonville, Juck-
asylum, though be persists that he is sane
Gov. Robinson, of Now York, was given son county State of Oregon, on
Pronounced unanimously as
PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY’ KIND,
and the courts crazy. He is as apt to be a reception on a grand scale in New York
Tuesday. July 3.1817,
right as wrong.
City on the 12th. In his speech ho alluded at 10 o’clock A. m ., at which time the sail
I« I û !
Grant’s son is going to write European to national politics in this incisive and fieirs and all others unknown, are hvteby
iiotifie«! to aj’jieiir ar.d sl»i>w cause why an
letters fora Chicago paper. If he takes af truthful maimer : “Tin» pathway of fraudu order of sale should not be made as in said
ter his father, it is to i>e hoped that he has lent electors is tho highway to national petition prayer! lor.
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
Their comparative excellence is recognized
death. If the Republic i.s to endure, we
not stipulated to be paid by the column.
by the Jw'ncs in their Report, from which
The permanent exhibition at Philadelphia have to look for tlm last timo upon tho in
the following is an extract :
E. D.F oiwray , County Clerk.
“The B. SHONINUER ORGAN CO’S, er-
is quite a success in regard to the numbers I auguration of a uatioiial executive who was
Ja'-ksoiiviile. J une 5, 1877.
Arents for Oregon for the cele
hi’>it as the befit m.'tfruinent.s at a price render brated Sole
SHEEP DIP, which
that attend, and some days fairly rival the
stock of Harness, Bi’ggios and Car ing possible to a large class of purchas kills'Picks, Lice and all parasites cn sheep»
corresponding days of last year in thia re
The color lino is already beginning to
riages, 1 am now prepared t«? furnish my ers, having a combination of Reeds and and is a sun* cure for screw-worm, seaband
Bells, producing novel and pleasing etlects,
¡nitronsand the public generally with as
give way in Louisiana. A municipal elec
U. s. LAND OFFICE,
containing many «lesirable improvements, foot rot. Circular sent on application.
The opium smokers will have to pay tion was held in Vermilionville recently, I
KosF.nUR«, O regon , May 2;>. 1877. I
will stand longer in «Iry or damp climates,
dearer for the luxury now, bn account ot and the whites divided i;»to two parties, one VOTIVE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
less liable to get out of order, all the boards
FR ANCO-AM ERICAN
being made three-ply, put together so it is
the war. The price of the intoxicating drug of which put up a ticket composed entirely ix Peter Burkholter and Samuel Mat-
thews, whose post office address is Jack
impossible for them to either shrink, swell
has suddenly risen from $5 to $s a pound in ot whites, and tho other whites and blacks. vilh, Oregon, have made application for
<.r split.” THE ONLY ORGANS AWARD
The white voters were almost evenly divid iiatent for placer claim*, bei ig bounded on
ED THIS RANK.
This Medal and Award was granted after
O. N. Denny, long Police Judge of Port
m.l South by on » red land and oi. the West
the most severe com pet it ion of t h< ■ best mak HOTEL & RESTAURANT,
land, has been given a Federal position in
by surveyed land. Situated in Missouri
ers, before «me of tho mosTcompetent juries
Flat Mining District, in Jackson county, £•3“ MY’ TERMS ARE REASONABLE. ever assembled.
China, ami, together with his family, will for the straight white t.eket.
Suue of Oregon, and described as follows:
New Styles and prices just issued, which
shortly retire to the new home provided for
Th< N. E. L of N. W.
ot Section 30,
in accordance with our rule, the BEST
A lilieral share of the public patronage is
him by the Great F-fa-fraudulency.
Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall,
Township 37 South, of Range 4 West, con solieiteil.
ORGAN for the least money.
One of our compositors complains that he
We are prepared to appoint a few new
worhi has ever known dwelt in the sume
is frequently called upon to take an inter city. One delighted in delineating beauty record. The said claims were acquired by
i : applicants by location and by purchase,
Illustrated Catalogues mailed, post-paid,
fering hand io a game of base bawl during in all its graces of tint, form and motion. and the same are now known as the Burk-
on application to
the small hours of tho morning.—Teh# raw*. Ills ¡»ortruils were instinct, with the charm hol'cr A Matthews (¡old Dust Mining
ii. SHONINGER ORGAN CO.,
97 to 123 C hesnut S treet ,
Does “Dad” Eastabrook work on that pa- lupliious outline of form amt feature har
in the Roseburg Land Otlice belore tho ex
New Haven, Conn.
monized with delicately blended tints. On piration of the sixty days of the publica
The dhq»atches at the time of our last I his canvas, the homeliest faces had an al tion ot this notice.
most irresistible charm. The other found
HE WELL-KNOWN VERMONT HORSE
It is hereby ordered that tho above notice
issue indicated that the call for a Conatitu- pleasure only in depi«;ting weird and gloomy
bo published tor sixty days in tho D emo
tional Convention in Georgia would be de sulijects. Above all, «lid be excel in paint cratic T imes , a weekly newspaper pub
feated. Since then it has turned out that ing the ¡»oriraits of the dying. The agon lished in Jacksonville, Oregon.
Given under my hand th s 26th day of \VTLL STAND FOR MAIlfcS AT THE
the measure was success!ul by a majority izing death-throe, the ghastly face and form,
COR. CALIFORNIA A 4th STS.
were a^ depicted with marvelous lulclily. May, A. D. 1877.
'V stable of Cardwell <t McMahon dur
There existed between these artists the most
WM. R. WILLIS, Register.
milE MADAME TARÉS THTS METHOD
ing the season of 1877, commencing April
New York, Juno 14th.—The Sun says ; intense dislike. At length this dislike cul
1 of tendering her thanks to the public for
1st and ending July 1st.
Fifteen months ago Connolly, who is in minated. The beauty-loving artist had
the patronage which has hitherto l»een ex
Switzerland, made a proposition to pay half lieen engaged in ¡»aiming the portrait of a
Vermont, out of a thoroughbred Whip
speetfully inform their friends and the tended to her, and would respectfully solicit
beautiiul woman. Com mis' _>f,rs pronounced
generally that they have purchased its continuance.
a million to the city and return unmolested. it tho most wmnderful piece of a.'t that had
Her tallies are always under her immedi
F03 CALZ, Wr:L"?ALS /TD 3ZT1IL,
well formed, and weighs 1,600 pounds. He the above establishment, which will be
The city demanded $700,000 which will ev«»r been pr«»duced. His brother artist was
ate control ; and by her long experience in
probably be acceded to. Connolly is jealous of his lame und sought revenge.
class of mares that have been bred to him, personal supervision, and they guarantee the business she feels confident that she will
Tho k/CS t and latest improved for
By bribing the kee|»er of the studio he
anx ions to return.
than any other horse in the world, of his satisfact on to all who may favor them with give entire satisfaction to all. Her beds and
g:iiue«i access to tiie picture each night. At
every vai'iety of work, including
rooms are fitted up in the most comfortable
and he is without doubt the Favorite their patronage.
R. A. Riggs, of Salem, has the journal I first he was content to only dead n the
suited to the accommodation of single
Horse where he is known.
These stables are centrally located, and
and roll call of the principal ¡»arty of emi brilliancy of the complexion and eyes, ef
occupants or families. Her beds arealways
grants who crossed the plains to Oregon in face the bloom from cheek ami lip and paint
at 75 cents per week. I will not be respon houses of public entertainment. Horses kept clean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
a shadow on either cheek. Later, his
sible for any accidents or escapes.
and muleswill be boarded ami cared for at
184$. As there are a number of tliat party strokes grew bolder and freer, ami one
moderate charges. They have one of the
still living-it is proposed to call the roll al morning the artist awoke to find the entire
Interesting to Farmers«
J. A. CARDWELL.
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south of
the coming Pioneers’ Reunion to be held at
its superior qualities aro too well
scarcely recognize in the emaciated form
the Fair Grounds near Salem.
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
and haggard countenance the glowing con
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, BELIEVING IT
Newburg, N. Y., June 13.—Seventeen ception he had embodied. The pallid face
With single or double teams, tor hire on rea 1 tobe the mutual advantage of vullern
sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses and farmers, have made arrangements
year locusts are here in abundance. They and expressionless eyes he had attributed
to a lack of genuineness in his materials;
ami Mules, which will be hired to go to any whereby tho Ashland and Ph nix mills will
20,000 Lbs. of Old Cast Iron,
keep up a disagreeable humdrum noise, but when the outlines were changed he sus-
be under the management
part ol the country at moderate rates.
* but formers do not think they will be dan ¡»ected the cause and indignantly dismissed
Animals bought and sold, and broke to ner, who will have charge o
elivered at the foundry in
the company «luring the ens
gerous in destroying the crops. Chickens the keeper. What the revengeful artist
the best straight needle ilachine
Ashland, for which we will pay the saddle or harness.
ing July 1st, 1877.
CARDWSLL & McMAlION.
and turkeys feast on them, and consequent marred by a few rapid strokesol his skillful
tho market, Las a j rent c.» ?.l of
brush was only restored by years of patient
■! - I ■
We will pay the highest
Evefly farmer has more or less old cast
room under tho arm, js very lioht-
ly it will be a good year for poultry.
industry. Reader, need we name the ar
ruuning and substantial
to contract flour at $18 per*thousan
The South Carolina Republicans aren’t tists,—Health, who ¡taints the flowers ar.d
i pinions and other articles, These they
at the mills. Otlice of tliroompa
taking much interest in polities at present. “grassy carpet” no less than the human
and bring the^n
form divine,—Disease, the dreaded artist
Ao election for Senator was held in Chester who revels among the ruins both of nature
TOR COOKING AND HEATING.
est price iwr old
oounty recently, to fill the vacancy caused and humanity,—and Carelessness, the
MTT.L CO- Ashland, Oregon.
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
Perseus desiring business, deal
by the resignation of a Republican who had keeper to whom Health often intrusts his
And it is not the beauty of
ers, anti all others wishing Sewing
gone into jail, and the Democrats elected portraits.
woman, the most admire«! of all the works
Machines, either for Cash or on
their man by 1,298 majority, though the which adorn the studio ol Health, that Dis
Installments, should send for cir
THRÒTOH TICKETS, 12J C ents .
county gave Chamberlain 399 majority last ease ofienest seeks to mar I The slightest
culars and terms to
stroke of his brush uj»on the delicate or
ganization leaves an imprint that requires
he public ark hereby noti -
New Montgomery Street,
It ia proposed to erect a monument over much skill and patience to efface. Restor
fled that I have ¡»laced my notes and CHOICE WIN
INES, LIQUORS AND CI-
accounts in the hands of my attorney, II. V gars constar?
intly on hand. The reading 1[R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN-
the last resting place of the devoted band ation must be prompt. Carelessness must
be dismissed. Let suffering women heed
K. Hanna, with positive instructions to table is also suf"
pplfed with Eastern periodi- 1»1 forms the citizens of Jacksonville and
who fought ami fell with Custer in the the warning ere Disease has marred their
Liberal prices allowed for old
make immediate and forced collection in ev cals and leadin igj ’aper« of the Coast.
surrounding country that he is no
Sioux war. It would be specially appropri chief beauty—Health—beyond reparation.
Machines in exchange lor new.
ery instance where security is not given.
factoring, and v i 11 constantly k
Those knowing themselves indebted to
Dlpsting or gun powder,
ate that the memorial atone be raised on the
verv best of j***
me will do well to call upon Mr. Hanna,
all kinds, and caps and
wale in ¡ _
,r1_ , . .
battle field. Thd Yellowstone country will used by thousands of these sufferers, ami
glasH o< 1>eeil
they are unanimous in their praise ot its ex
AINTS (patents er other,) Oils, Var without delay, as this is my last call. My
not always be a distant wilderness ; and the cellence. If you would be transformed
nishes, Shelac, Window Glass, Emery, business must be settled !
battle ground will soon be inclosed by per from the pallid, nervous invalid into a hap
EW Guns made to orrlor ana
Borax, etc., for sale in endless quantities by
JAMES T. GLENN.
ALL kinds of am
properly done by JOHN M
She gmstrntic aimra.
• - <*Y* *
FALL & WINTER DRY-G3CDS
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS
‘THE TEMPLE CF FASHION."
T. ft. DAVIS Í CO.,
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,
FLORENCE COAL 01 STOYES