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A 1IORRIREE AFFAIR.
The festive sewing machine agent
A WELL-KNOWN CITIZEN KILLS HIS
Peaches coming into market.
PARTNER AND THEN COMMITS SCI
F. M. Williams died at the County
Weather moderating somewhat.
Hospital the other day. He was 23
Matt. Dillon is back from Portland. years of age and a native of Watson
Quite a furore was raised’ Sunday
Col. J. II. Reed returned from Jose
evening last upon the reeeipt of the
Rev. J. R. N. Bell’s appointment at news that Peter Ottersbach and Her
L iberal I nducements .—We have
this section and known as a man of
eccentric temper, lie was about 50 due-hills on the U. S. Piano Compa
years of age and also a native of Sax ny and also the Shoninger Organ Com
AUG (’NT 3, 1S77.
pany, which will be received at par
Thus occurred a most horrible affair, in payment for instruments of their
D istillery at .M urphy .—Jacob
which stands unequaled in this sec celebrated manufacture, at factory
Wimei .nd family, who have been ab
tion in its blood-curdling details. The prices. These due-bills will be sold at
sent in Yamhill county for several
bodies were taken in charge by friends a discount, and those desiring either a
months past, returned last week. We
Geo. Deal, of Henley, Cal., was in Taylor’s ferry, on the 19th, will he man Kirmsp, of Gall’s creek, a mining
and buried in the Jacksonville ceme fist-class piano or organ of established
learn that Mr. Wimer intends putting town yesterday.
filled at the farm of James W. Collins, camp situated fourteen miies north of
tery the Tuesday following.
reputation should call at the T imes
up a distillery on Nlurphy creek, Jose
Several of our Ashland friends were
oilice at once.
S entenced .—William Hicks and
down this week.
We have received the first number on further inquiry it was ascertained
Ottersbach had evidently killed the Enoch Baker, arrested in this county
P lan of A ppointment ».—The fol
Henry Pape this week received a of the Footlights neat and sprightly
A gricultural M achinery .—The
daily just started at Sin Francisco. other and then committed sui- and indicted for uttering and manufac lowing are my appointments for the
failure of the crop» in Southern Cali load of Yreka beer.
’cide, which belief was verified by the turing counterfeit coin, pleaded guilty ensuing tw’o months :
fornia has caused a great surplus of ag
Croquet is less fashionable than it It is devoted to drama, music and fine
August 19th, or 3d Sunday, campmeeting
verdict of the coroner’s jury empan to the charge on the 25th ult. in the
ricultural machinery, and low prices was a year or so ago.
eled the next day. From what we (J. 8. Court, at Portland, and were sen al Butte creek, one mile below Eagle Point.
rule as a consequence. Articles in
August 26th, or 4th Sunday,at Jackson
Wool still commands 25 cents a
can learn, the two, who are partners in tenced each to seven yeats in the pen ville, morning and evening.
this line are selling away below the pound in this market.
ly will shortly return from San Fran
a mining claim, had frequently quar itentiary. They were terribly disgust
September 2d, or 1st Sunday, at Foot’s
rates they were offered at hist year,
cisco. The extreme dullness of the
A son of J. S. Eubanks, of Ashland, I
reled, and were very bitter against ed when Judge Dendy pronounced the creek, preaching at 11 o’clock a . m . Lecture"
and several of our farmers are availing
times is causing several others to return
broke his arm this week.
each other at the time of the trage- sentence, as they were firmly convin *e<l at 3 o'clock p. m . Basket Meeting.
to the interior.
themselves of the opportunity afforded.
J. R. N. B ell , Pastor.
Assessor Goddard is completing the
dy. This animosity had but lately that their punishment would be light
A grand expedition to Crater Lake
G erman L essons .— Wm. Kreuz- assessment of the county.
been heightened by Kirmse putting if they admitted their guilt. They
S tar C omique T roupe .—This com
is contemplated, to leave Linkville
er yesterday opened a German class at
J. W. Manning and family arrived about the 25th. A number from this up a shed during his partner’s ab- are both desperate men, and would pany, which is well spoken of by the
the District School House. The small from Portland yesterday.
sence, against the positive protest of not he»ifat<‘ to add murder to their California press, performed at the
place and Ashland will probably join
er children will receive instructions
the latter. On the day aforesaid the other crimes if, by that means, they S icial Club rooms last night. It will
Thos. Chavner has put a substantial this excursion.
from two until four o’clock each after
two took lunch at Wm. B'eckert’s, a could escape. The Standard of July I probably show again this evening,
covering over his bridge.
George W. Frey, formerly of this neighbor, but did not interchange 26th says: They determined to evade when our citizens will have an opportu
noon, and the larger folk» will be ac
W.J. Plymale took Senator Sauls place, but more recently of Happy |
commodated in (he evening from seven
a word. After Kirmse had finished, the State prison, if possible, and this nity of witnessing a first-class variety
bury and party to Yreka.
Camp, Cal., has returned to Jackson he remarked he would go up to their morning it could be seen, from their performance.
to nine. Mr. Kreuzer is a German
Some improvements are being made county. The climate there did not
scholar of reputation, and a tine oppor
house and cook a cup of tea, thereupon I furtive glances and nervous express
Th<in«Hii<lB oi Atthiavita.
agree with him.
tunity is now afforded those desiring to the Catholic Cemetery.
leaving. Ottersbach soon followed ions, that they had their minds made
Many having used “patent” and prepared
Thos. Chavner has 140 fine^kngora
An immigrant from Monterey conn, him, but, of course, nothing strange up to escape if the best opportunity medicines and failed in finding the reii-f
lessons in the German language.
goats for sale. See his ad.
ty, Cal., died of typhoid fever at the was observed in this proceeding. A was offered. They requested the U. I promised, are thereby prejudiced against
all medicines. Is this right? Would you
S preading .— The .»trike inaugurat
The new telegraph line will be com Dardanelles on Tuesday night. Anoth- j short time elapsed when a loud shot was S. Marshal to accompany them to the I condemn all physicians because one Jailed in
ed in town this week has spread as
the relief promised? Some go tot'al-
pr of the same train is also very sick heard, and another about an hour express office this morning, saying giving
pleted to this place ere long.
itornia in search of gold, and, after working
far as A-hlmd. Jun Neil, II. M.
afterward,as is supposed. No heed was they bad money there. He offered to hard for months and finding none, return
H M. Thatcher has again betaken from the same disease.
Thatcher, Dick I»h ami others left for
home and say there is no gold there. Does
A. P. Armstrong and a Mr. Nutt, of taken of this, however, as persons are take one of the prisoners, but both in th it prove it? Many suffering with Ca
that place Tuesday, mid the denizens himself lo the land of sage-brush.
tarrh and pulmonary affections have used
The discovery yf an immense cave this county, in company with others, frequently in the habit of shooting in sisted on going. The Marshal saw in the worthless preparations that crowd the
thereof are said to have been incited to
I have wingdammed the Umpqua river j that section. Nothing was known of to the little ruse, and declined. The/ market, and in their disappointments say
insurrection. We have heard of no is reported from Josephine county.
there is no cure for Catarrh. Does that
I near Canyonville, and are now min- i the horrible incident until some hours
prove il? Does it not rather prove that they
bloodshed up to time of going to press
E. Jacobs this week received a lot
have failed to employ the proper remedy?
ing on a bar of that stream.
and cannot say how much further this of new goods. Call and see them.
There are thousands of people in the United
Chris. Weiss found no trouble in dis parties, went over to pay them a vis minds, as they are now meditating States who can make an affidavit that Dr.
riot is likely to extend, but, as distill
Daley A- Emery, of the Butte creek
’s Catarrh Remedy ami Dr. Pierce's
it. There a horrible sight met his on the mutation of human events in Sage
Medical Discovery have effected
eries are few ami far between, it is mill», are already grinding new wheat. posing of the wine he hauled to Yreka, :
Superintendent Burch’s hotel.
their entire cure. Many had lost all sense
likely that the .»trike will summarily
of smell for months, and pieces of bone had
We learn that Byron Cole, living just He will take over some more as soon se’s was the first body that met his
O regon G irls .—Salem girls are the repeatedly been removed from the nasal
across the Siskiyou mountains, lias as the weather becomes cooler.
view and lay outside the fence. He oldest. Eugene Citv girls are the ug cavities.
L and N otices .—Those desiring ad failed.
ZiTThe National Gold Medal was awarded
F. W. Ewing, formerly of Ashland, thereupon called for Ottersbach and, liest. Long Tom girls are the slouch
Bradley A Rulofson lor the best Photo
vertisements concerning laud matters
NV. W. Shortridge is Postmaster of has been nominated for District At- ; receiving no answer, went into the iest. Portland girls are the boldest.
in the United States, and the Vienna
— whether they be contests for agri Ida, an oilice I itely established in Lake
torney by the Democracy of Modoc , cabin to look for him. Here he found Hillsboro girl» are the dumpiest. Al Medal for the best in the world. 429 Mont
cultural laud, patents fur mining claims county.
county, Cal. A good nomination, al- j his Ixidy lying near his bed, also still bany girls are the longest limbed. gomery street. San Francisco.
or of any nature whatever—published
in death. Horrified and astounded at Oregon City girls are the most sub.
U. S. currency is now taken at par most equivalent to an election.
in the T imes , can .»imply inform their for toll on the Sacramento river wag-
such a revelation, Mr. Pfeil hurriedly stantial. Dallas girls are the greenest,
Geo E. Strong arrived from Lake
—At the family residence near Jackson
attorney or the offi *ers of the Land oil road.
told the neighbor^ of the affair and Corvallis girls have the biggest feet, ISH
ville, July 29th, J. Ellen, wife of Jacob
county Tuesday last. Ho is now en
Office of lhe fact, ami it will be attend
Ish, a native of ¡Virginia ; aged 51 years,
girls are pinned back th?
Fisher A Caro sell goods so cheap gaged in grading the lands ol the Ore came to town to inform the authori Ashland
months and 17 days.
ed to. There is id law requiring
tightest, Ashria girls have the long-
that persons come from California to gon Central Military Road Company,
[Mrs. Ish was one of our oldest and most
land notices to be pub.ished in any
Next morning Justice Kent, acting est noses, La Grande girls are tlie respected residents. For several months
and will start fur Eugene City in a
particular piper, tills matter being al
Coroner, repaired to the scene and em greasiest, The Dalles girls are the past she suffered ¡from a disease (cancer)
Judge Day returned last week from few’ days.
together optional with Itie parties in
paneled ajury. From the position in tallest, Lafayette girls are the broad- from which death was inevitable, going to
iier fate with a‘Christian .fortitude, she
which the bodies Jay, together with est. Baker City girls are the dumb- leaves a husband and daughter and a large
Cal., has received the contract for fur the connecting circumstances, it ap
est. Empire City girls are the biggest circle of sorrowing friends to mourn her
To be S ubmitted .—Judge Day, on
Paymaster Kiefer passed through nishing 100 mules to the Government pears quite evident that Kirmse was —around lhe waist, Roseburg girls inconsolable loss. She was an honored mem
the pait ot this county, and Chas. town yesterday on his way north Iron» for yse in the Idaho Indian war. He
; sitting on a block near the gate smok- have the best appetites for bologna, ber of the order of Patrons of Husbandry,
Hughe.», E-q , represent mg Josephine Fort Klamath.
pissed through this section with them ; ing a pipe and reading a newspaper, Jacksonville gills are just right in under whose auspices her remains were de
posited in their last resting-place. May
county, last week attempted a settle
We are pained to learn that our old on the 29th ult.
i and that Ottersbach shot him from the size, looks, intelligence, etc.
rest in peace.]
ment of the expenses incurred in the
friend, Frank Bauer, of Ashland, lost
door of the cabin. The gun has a ri
E ver I mproving .—Jacksonville is
prosecution of tlie Briggs cases. As
Willamette this week. He will start fle and a shot-gun barrel, and it issup-
a child last week.
NEW, THIS WEEK.
continually improving, each year be
Mr. Hughes thought that Jo-ephine
C. C. Beekman and family returned for the Oregon State Fair about the ! posed tl>‘ first shot proceeded from the coming larger and more substantial.
should only pay atiial he of ¿12 in
ANGORAS FOR SALE.
San Francisco yesterday. They last of September with a band of Per- former, the ball entering the right Nearly all the va -ant land in our cor
each ca»e, and Judge Day was of lhe
cheron thoroughbreds and some tine side a little below the arm pit, passing porate limits is occupied and new* build
came via 1’urtiand.
opinion that she should settle the en
UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
specimens of their produce.
horizontally through the body and ings are constantly in course of erection. rPHE
A party, composed of James A. Card-
1 sale one hundred and forty head ot
tire cost of empaneling lhe juries,
Quicksilver sells at 43 cents a pound lodging in the left bide, bruising his Unlike other towns that have relied line Angora goals in tirst-class condition.
(amounting to over ¿700) it was agreed well’» family and others, left for Cra I
in Sin Francisco, at which price the , arm considerably. The shot-gun barrel on the mines for sustenance, Jackson Apply lo Chavner’s Ranch,
to submit lhe matter tu Judge l’rim ter Lake this week.
Emelin? company can make a good : must have gone offal most siinultaneous- ville is to-day on a sounder basis than
Rev. W. Hurlburt will hold divine
for a ruling thereon.
thing. The furnace will be in opera i ly, (as only one loud report was heard) it eyer was, although money is not as
services at the M. E. Church Sunday
A rrested and F ined .—A crowd
tion before long, and the owners are | the load of which struck the deceased plentiful asofyore. Not many years will
All Kinds of Job Printing
morning mid ev< ning.
of boys between the ages oi twelve
very sanguine over the result.
about the shoulder-blade, ranging up- ; elapse ere we will have one of lhe pret
nnd sixteen, uhile returning from
An instrument, evidently a cross be ward and lodging in his neck and I tiest towns on the Coast. Times can
swimming last Sunday, bud some
tween a devil’s fiddle and a Jew’s-harp, breast and grazing the left shoulder. I hardly become worse than they now
mences next Tuesday.
trouble with the residents of China
and engineered by a festive tramp, The shock very likely caused him to are, and there is much room for im
Dr. Jones, formerly of Lake county,
town, and during lhe incite one of them
this week amused the average hood spring forward and fall outside the provement. We cannot but take a
threw a rock
which struck a was recently married to Miss Carrie lum with what once were “Shoo tiy,” gate where he was found. Having , favorable view of the prospects of our
CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
Chinawoman, cutting a severe gash in Anderson, of Portland.
thus made sure work of his partner,Ot- j town, and circumstances seem to bear NEATLY
the Doxology, “Capt. Jinks,” etc.
u» out in this assertion.
Jos. Swingle arrived from Langell’s
her face. Marshal Helms arrested sev.
We publish birth, marriage and tershach then deliberately determined
erul of the paiticipants on the Tuesday valley Hie other day. lie reports hay death notices free of charge, provided on killing himself. He reloaded the
C heaper F reights .—Opposition
following and brought them before scarce there this season.
steamers have been placed on the
they are furnished us for publication.
Work has been suspended on Lin’s It seems enough for us to give the as to prevent any impediment and route between Sun Francisco and Port
Recorder Hayden lor trial. It was
impossible to find out who threw the hydraulic near (Jnioulowu, tho wuler space in our columns without being make death certain, he seated himself land, which ought to and doubtless
iiii.»»ile, and Hi» Honor thereupon fined supply being insufficient.
compelled to wear out boot leather in on a bench against tho bed, pieced the will ensure lower freights for this sec
three of those who seemed most prom
A bran new Wilcox A Gibbs sewing search of the items.
weapon upon his abdomen and touched tion. The Pacific Steamship Company
The Times Office
inent ill lhe affair—one of them ¿1(1, machine can be bought cheap by in
A. F. Johnson, Superintendent of it off with a pine stick about a foot in is the name of the organization inaug
ulid the other.» ¿6 each.
quiring at this office immediately.
the Esther mine, writes that he has all length. The ball must have struck urating this opposition, and has already WM. M. STEWART.
WM. F. HERIUN’.
repairs fully made and 100 tons of
B ase B all challenge .—The
good quartz on the dump and expects
Jacksonville Base Bull Club met at the
STEWART, VANCLIEF & HERRIN,
Court House on Saturday last and, and lull the same day lur Albany.
to have 200 tons more by the middle through the boards of the cabin. I* to place two boat» on the route imme
was a half-ounce ball and cut a terrible diately. Tbi-x* will be soon followed
after transacting other business, issued I
D. J. Ferree has resigned as U. S. of August. He still expresses him
the following challenge:
Commissioner for Lake county, and L. self as being thoroughly satisfied of its
been appointed their agents in Port Rooms 2J, 21,26 & 28 McCrrery’s New Building
rel was still cocked.
We, the lir»t nine oi Jacksonville, chal S. Dyar was appointed in his place.
The verdict of the Coroner’s jury, land, and the ste.im»hip will land, dis
lenge any nine of Ashland loa match game
No. 310 Pino St., San Francisco.
The bilk who attempted to impose
J. II. Fisk, of Portland, has recently
of base ball, ior a purse oiTiiiy or one hun
which we present below, substanti charge and take freight at their wharf.
dred »lul.ars—lo be played al any time or reduct'd one ton of Lucky Queen ore upon our citizens by telling a pitiable ates the alxive account. Further than The Farmers’ wharf at Astoria has been
place which may be agreed upon, The by a new process, obtaining therefrom story and endeavoring to find homes
this the tragedy will ever remain a
umpire Lo be chosen outside ot Ashland or
I OFFER FOR SALE ONE OF THE
for his children, never failing to beg
Jacksonville, his services anti expenses to
he L ost C alin .—The Standard I finest Panorama Lanterns on tins ('oast.
Wilbur Cornell is reported as pros something, i» playing the same dodge
We, the undersigned jurors, summoned -ays M<-s-rs. T. F Campbell and Mr. For Stereo pticon and Dissolving Views it is
be paid by the winning club. By order of
unexcelled. The slide glasses are ot lhe tm-
enquire into the cause or causes of the
pecting in the vicinity of Jefferson, in the \V illarnelte. He was arrested to
deaths of Herman Kimise and Peter Ot Slump, of Folk county, have started est assortment, embracing foreign and
American scenes, comic and grave. Will oe
The Ashland club has refused to ac Marion couuty, and not for cinnabar I here by Marshal Helms, and left in a tersbach, do find the following laris, viz:
for Southern Oregon with the avowed sold at less than cost. Everything is en
hurry upon being liberated.
cept the above, and the Jacksonville either.
on the afternoon ofSundav, July 29lh, 1S77. intention of finding “ The Lo»t Cabin,” tirely new and in good working order.
club, anxious to test tho mettle of the
It is reported that the order for the \Vt> believe that Peter ottersbach did tlie
We change our publication day
ville, On gon.
shooting. We also find that after and on made famous by Sam. L. Simpson’s
respective organizations, has sent an-
back to Friday for the accommodation
prose tale of that title. Mr. Stump
other challenge, suggesting that the two
to Lakeview has been suspended until he took his own life by shooting himself
BUCKS FOR SALE
through the body with a rifle ball.
thinks he basin his ft possession certain
clubs each put up a bat and contest ior them,
such time as the land cases now pend-
W. M. C olvio ,
lo play lor lhe xaitu- o| cue, lo Lear lhe subscribers.
intelligence which will lead to the dis FI1HE UNDERSIGNED OFFER FOR
ohn M iller ,
! ing in that office can l>e adjusted. We
L sale some tine Leicester buck» of vari
inscription of the “Champion Bat of South
ax M uller ,
covery of this famou» shanty with the ous grades, from tlie thoroughbred down.
T. L. B eck ,
; hear that the Senatorial party lately
ern Oregon.” Should the Ashland Club
untold wealth buried beneath its rude Lor lurther particulars apply to
E. J acobs ,
then decline playmg, it is naturally the ing this section for the pbotocrume | in this State was instrumental in hav
CAMERON A McCULLY,
S. C ohn .
supposition that they are either atraid to with considerable success, has returned
Jacksonville or Fort Klamath.
ing the removal from Linkville thus
Ottersbach was. long and favorably
meet the Jacksonville.» or never had any
W hile everybody about here is talking
known in this section as a genial, whole- about how cheap they can sell their goods
intention ot playing, only evincing a de
Farms for Sale.
We learn that Abell A Welsh con-
sire to coni]>ete for the Roseburg bat, as a
There seems to be a craving forhu- souled individual, but inclined to be John Miller wishes to say that he is pre
means of .shielding their cowardice, as they template returning to this place ere
Persons desiring to purchase good farms
man blood prevailing rather exten- impetuous. He was doubtless highly pared to and will sell everything in his line
of anv size will do well to enquire ot
knew, or should have known, that that bat long, with the intention of ; remaining
! sively in this section of late. Last incensed at his partner, and in a fit as cheap, if not cheaper, than any one else
* JOHN BO1.T, Apph gale, Oregon.
was not in the Held for reasons heretofore
in Southern Oregon—and he is not “selling
| Tuesday night a certain person, armed ■ of desperation killed him, atoning for out to close business” either. He has a
given and which would bo sati factory to
XES, Hatchets, Drawing Knives, Broad
uny club not inclined to quibble and mean
axes, Mattocks, Picks, all sizes ol liaui-
N. II. Clayton and Levi
with a shot-gun, lay in wait several his sin with his own blood. Ills age large stock on the way and receiving, pur
IIi. I », et<-., t< >r sale I > V
JOHN M 1 1.1.,.K.
ing business. On behalf ot the Jackson Ashland, who have been teaching ! hours for another, who fortunately
i was about 54 years, and he was a na- chased by him personally, while on his late
ville club, 1 suggest that you either “put
visit below, and he in ends to stay right
F you want a No. I home-made Rifle ov
school in Douglas county, are back on • did not appear, and we lost au item i tive of Saxony.
np or shut up.”
tirsi-class shotgun, go to
here and sell them and then buy moro.
a short vucation.
laud Sexton Dunlap a job.
i Kirmse was also an old resident of • Just call on him and see.
F. M. N ickerson , Secretary.