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AUGUST ¡51. 1«77
AGENTS Furt THE TnViES.
Geo. 1*. Rowell A ('<»........................... Yew York.
S>. M. f’vt. ina» 11 A • ".........................'” u Y«>rk.
Dan. 1.. Green..................... Jo-.« ¡»tune County.
< 'has. Hmjlms.................................... Kerbyx ille
Ben Haymond................................... Rock Point
L. 1*. Fisher,................................ ^an Francisco.
’I’htis. Rove*.................................,.s»an Francisco
Rowell A ‘'hesinan............................... St. Louis
tin«. A. Winckler........................................ Yreka
R. R. Hatton.......................................... Lakeview
L si’.— A small, round gold locket,
containing one photograph. The finder
will tn* suitably rewarded by leaving
the same at this < Hire.
C amp M feti ng .- -T he camp meet-
j|:g oil Butte Creek Was Very sUCCl'sS-
full, the atleiidatice being large, ami
g >od order prevailing. 'There were
h me uuvussioiis to the Church.
Jo rii ine C ounty .—The Septem-
er term ol Circuit Court for Josephine
minty, lion. P. P. Prim, Judge, con-
The usual num*
X’ enc« next Mond ay.
er of attorneys irom this place will
be in attendance.
G rain Cox i t: wr.—J. I-h has the
n'.ract lor supplying barley to the <).
'. S; ige U ». a! A nmerm ill’s station,
t! e Mountain House and this place,
a i id is now dt livering Hie grain.
» irn th: it till * price pai l i« forty cents
a »u»hul and upwar>l.
it I DlTt »i; G one .— Cha«. Niukuîl,
itor amd proptiet or of liiis pa
We dnesduy on ti recreating
.■.ike «L-ounty, t»» b e gone a few
md n ur reiiiers can attribute
1 to an-
.* that the 1 )i»tri«t
i September 17th,
is pr invipal, as«i»t-
igr it ion Was
arri ved ani
>i Kt nade I'» the G overnor .—
A number of our citizen», acvoinpan-
1'1 l»y the Jacksonville Brass Band,
vi-ited the residence of C. C. Beek
in m last Friday night and serenaded
G »v. Chadwkk. tin Excellency re
sponded in ¡i neat speech. Those pres
ent were then invited in and inlro-
tluued to tiie Governor.
r- - n »mew
!< 1 .i
. i r j
Pi ou ver Celebration
T he M ammoth C ave .—We learn
for taking photographs. Our citizens i
The Committee haviugcharge of the that the immense underground recess
1 iie Pioneers celebrate at Ashland will do well to look not only fur this, but
arrangements and programme for the recently discovered in Josephine coun
all other traveling frauds.
Odd Fellows’ Building, Jacksontillc, (In gon,
first annual re-union and picnic of the ty’ lias been more thoroughly’ explored.
JSimmi Caro retured Sunday from a
has been found to be over five miles
on us this week, 1 le informs us that “Pioneer Society of Southron Oregon” It
visit lu Purtlaud.
DEALER & WORKER IN
in extent, and the exploration is not
they commenced moving tiie U. S. met on Saturday last, and decided to
1 lie fall term of St. Mary’s Academy
Land Oliiue from Link ville to La Ke hold the velebiation at Ashland, as the yet completed. The stalactite forma
began Monday last.
view on Monday, lt will be opened most eligible place, ail things consid i tion overhead i-i said to be unique, TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, eta
being similar to that in other caves of
There is a letter in the Jacksonville
ered Thursday, September 13tli
at the latter place on September 1st.
which moréis known. A party will
postuiiiue for Mrs. 31. E. Tune.
A procession will be formed in Ash
shortly make a thorough investigation
Messrs. W. T. Bodley, E- D. Brown
J. W. Wimer, of Murphy, Jose
i land, at half past 10 o’clock a . m .,under of this mammoth cavern.
and J. II. lleed, have liled articles with
¡>hiue uouuty, was in town last week.
I the direction of the marshal of the day
the clerk ot 3Iultonom th county incor I
E thnology —They were at a din A G R IC U LTU R AL IMPLEMENTS
and proceed lo the ground selected for
Wit alter Jacksoil and family returned
porating the Beaver Quicksilver 3Iin- I
ner party, and ho remarked that he
from Salem to this place last Mouday. ing Company, located in the counties of the public exercises of theMecasion.
supposed she was fond of ethnology*.
The ordqr of the exercises will be as
She said she w as not very well, and the
tieW post oliiuu called Ida, has Siskiyou, California, and Jackson, Ore
doctor had told her not to eat anything
established lu Like county, Urc- gon. Portland is designated as the
Music by the band.
fur dessert except oranges.
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
principal pl ice of business. Capital
Prayer by the Ch tplain.
Judge Watson returned last week stock $200,000, in »h ires of $1 tach.
£ irTlie National Gold Medal was aw arded
Mu«ic by tiie Cbmr.
from a trip tu ine Beaver creek cinua-
Bradley de itulofson tor the best Photo
J us e 1* HIN E C o U N T Y.—W e learn
that Wilderville is steadily improving.
Mu-dc by the choir.
Medal for the bast in the world. 429 Mont
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRI¡T1ON
The carpenters have finished woik Nickel
Co., of Crescent City, have
gomery street, San Francisco.
Dm tier, Toasts, ¿tc.
on iSchumpf’s new residence, on Ore- erected a building, and will shortly
^Members of the Society will be furn
Fase and Caps,
liave a store in operation there. Kel ished with badges oil application lo
1>I LL< >N—In lies c-ity, A tigust 25, 1877, John
Dr. Aiken has recently had a ve ry logg,of Willow Spring«, is ¡il«o putting the Secretary.
11.lean youngest .«<»n ol Matt. W. amt
Dillon, aged nine months and two
nice buggy brought up from the up a new likuksmiih shop. This, with
A general invitation is extended to
Wooden and Willow Ware
Wilder’s new dwelling house, it is the public to participate in the festi
Levi Willits is the druggist in the said, gives the | luce ijuiiu a lively ap val.
Families, whether members or not,
City Drug ¡Store during the abseuce of pearance at this lime.
A paity writes us that the citizens are requested lo come with a bomiti-
I PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS
Prof. J. W. Merrit and wife are ex of that viciniiy are engaged in a very ful supply of provisions for the table
AU persons w ho arrived in Oregon
peeled lu return Lum their trip Lu New lamliible enterpii-e—tn.it i«, thechang
prior to tiie end of the year 1855, may rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST
I oik shortly.
A ceived a supply of the lamous
torious Hay’s bill. Wilder and Ben become members of the Society, ami
Tiie building formerly’ occupied by
ST. LOUIS BELR,
Bull have been surveying it, ami find l>y applying or sending lo the Secreta
now all the rage everywhere, which he will Shot, Drushcs, Chains and Uose,
Dill, on is being lilted up fur C. W. S.iv-
that a new road can be made aroii nd ry, tiie date and phu-e of birth, from sell hi quaimt.es lo suit. <>i\e him u call
age’ new saloon.
the hill without malt i i.dly lengi hening whence they emigrated and the lime ami lest this celebrated
M VI f. W. DILLON.
C lias. Nickell, Bob Kahler uud Tom the road, on an almo»l trilling grade— I of arrival in Oregon, together with one
Jacksonville, August 31, IS77.
Kali ilerst u ted on a liiji lo Crater Lake not to exceed fourteen inches to the
dollar, tiie ioiliatiuii ice, will be en
I have secured the services of a First-class
rod. Jttck-on county teamsters will rolled as members.
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
G ov. Chadwick, C. C. Beekman and very readily appreui ite the diirerence,
W. m . H offman , Secretary.
ing promptly and in superior style.
Col. J. N. Miller lull ¡Saturday on a when they remember that much of the
M urder AND L ynching .—On All-
ti ip to Lake county.
ot lii sl-e ass lumber ol every de«erij>tion
old road has a grade of b ur ami half
gust 20iii a mail named Led eck was at my mill on \\ uglier I,reek, whicli lex ill
Several of the parties who have or live feet to the rod. Thu mud
dispose of for money, horses or gram. Any
in a stole at Adin, Modoc county, bill sawed to order on short notice.
been out rusticating in the mountains
looking at some pipes when a gambler
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
under the supervision of J. Knight,
returned home this week.
i I am receiving and have constantly on
named MtCoyie, came in and picking
a lull and first-class stock of
Marshal liions knabbed a violator
threw it on the Hour. Lee
•j pa-lied to final coniple-
of the tiiy ordinance Tuesday, The done. If it i
beck picked up the pipe, and placed it
lion, it mu-t obviate tiie necessity
llvcoider interviewed him.
PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
on the counter, when McUoyle plunged
of tiie contemplated road over the
iur Manufac'uriiig Co. will call on DRY GOODS, Gum Boot», TOBACCO,
J. W. Maiming and Mrs. W. J.
a long kuiii* into the side of Leebeck,
lamia and settle during the next
Mooney mountain mid will be another
M. W. PAtUsONS,
Ply male stal led fur Roseburg Wednes
just below the ribs, causing nis death
crumb towaids building the much
•n’t Traveling Agent Ogn. and W.T.
gcllt* a few
‘ ’ days.
about 1 o’clock on Tuesday, 'Tiie cili-
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc.
needed road to the coast.
J. S. Howard , was in town during
White, the ageut of Hume, tin*
7 7 is not easily earned in these times,
tlic pa-t w’cvk. He reports work pro- ow ner of the .-aw mills al the inolili) told blooded murder, committed for lio
i I I hut it can lie maue in three mouths
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
cau.«e whatever, as the two men had by any one of eidmi- sex, in any part of the Give me
pressing iiiiclv mi thè .Slertiu g ditch.
of Rogue liver, is here p.eparing to
country wtio )« willing lo worn steaddy a:
Il ;i yuung lady is sensible she will 11 »at I he saw logs down R »gue river
week m your own town. You need not be
she’ll go about look- that me la ing got out f>r that pur- „aw tach other belMre. On Tuesday a.vay limn home o\er night. You can give
whole time to llm work, or only your
graceiul as a tub ui pose. It is his intention to 11 »at about night the ShurilT witli an v?c n t, »tat t your
spare moments. We have agents v. Im are
ed <»tr qui’dly about 10 o’clock, to take ma king ove 5-0 per day. All wlm enzage
on».* million feet of sugar pine and one
the murderer to Alturas, the county at on: e can make money last. Al the pres
THE EAGLE MILL.
I-'. Kitschard, the jeweler, has re- hundred thousand feet of yellow pine
ent time money cannot lie made so easily
«eat, and when about six miles above ami rapidly ai any other business. It costs
moved to the buildin; ' formerly used the coming season. The effort to float
OTTUATED FIFTEEN MILES SOUTH
Adin, m Reuiitl Valley, was surpii-ed nothing to try the bu»i«ess. Terms ami $5 U* ol Jacksonville, and half a mile north
outlii ireo. Ailrtrcss at om e 11. 11ALL.ET At
a» MU.uiliuc by \\ . L’. Telegraph Com- logs down Rogue river has proved a
of Ashland, Is prepared to do geueial Cus
by a large party of masked ti.i'ii, who < i>., Port land, Maine.
failure hertofore, but it is hoped that
tom and Exchange Business.
tied the Sheriff lo a tree, put a rope
dour and Feed at tiie
\V. G. Kenney and Wm. Mensor with pa.-t experience they’ wiii be more
A BARGAIN FOR SOMEBODY.
around 3ict'o\ lu’s neck, and drove the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
have the thinks of the employes in successful this time.
wagon from under him, leaving his
Thirty-six pounds of dour. two pounds
tills otii.e lor some nice walermelu ns.
of shorts and eight pound« of bran gix cn per
s IGNEI) OFFERS
L ake C ounty I tems .—A corres
1 sale (n is ranch ami mining property, sit- bushel of good wheat. Will sack and biand
pondent tit Alkali Lik»*, writing under until the next day. MuCoyk* has been uated on Slerliiig creek, containing 104 the sack«—customers furnishing the Micks.
With our new material we are bet
My brother, G. F. Riflings, will have
leuce. Forty acres are un-
acres, all under
date of August 26th, furnishes us with in the vicinity but a short time, and tier uuliivation, villi pleniy <»i vegetable charge of the business, being assisted by’
ter than ever prepared to do good job
confessed having killed a man in the land; a good orchard, living water on var- competent millers.
lie following items :
printing. Our prices are low to suit
Everything as represented rr no sale,
lower part of the St ile. Let-beck was i<>u> pans, plcniv ot limber and tine stock »
MRS. s. E. FARNHAM.
but litlie known also,and probably a new thing i raised. Health ol' locality un»ur-
Weather cool, w ith frosty nights.
| »assed. 'J’hi're are 54'j'acres and a liitlf of
R. A. Miiler left on the stage Wed
LIME FOR SALE,
coiner, though apparently a peaceable mining
g round, which aro guareuteed lo
nesday fur ¡¿alum, where iie will at
manand good citizen, intending no in pay £.» a < lay ) er Lamk
'¡'¡TEE— U. N. title to the whole.
tend the Willamette University ter Lie
Everybody is busy gathering up I sult or provocation whatever when he
1 nspecti on invited and ev< rvthing gnar-
lifted the pipe from the tloor.
anteed as represented. For further ¡»artieu-
their cattle and horses.
LET LIVE !
B eaver (’ reek C innabar M ines .
—Adam Klippel returned from a trip
to tlii'se mines last Sund.iy. He in-
forms us that the masonry work on
the retort of the ivmelitie company is
a! “lit completed and that they will
lais (M1:|U iro of
T. H. GILSON.
BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE
have the retort ready to commence
operations in about three weeks. He be llosh lldshunah, Jewish New Year, and is now turning out some lino lum er column T. IL Gilson announces his
GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES I
farm and mining ground on Sterling
i-> favor.d»! ly impressed with the mines
WHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD 1IERE-
1 by inform the public that he has ONE
and thinks they have bright pro-peds
Several persons from this vicinity* creek for sale at a bargain. Parties
THOUSAND BUSH ELS of superior Jackson
for success in the near iuturd.
J. E. Courtenay, of London, Presi- joined the party from Ashland at Link- wishing properly of this kind should Frey'j Boot and Slice Stere, Creek Lime for sale cheap. Persons wish
ing Brick-laying or Plastering done in the
C alifukma S treet ,
dent of the Engiish .Mining Company, viile and accompanied them oil their call on him.
best style and at reasonable rates will do
KICKEI) by a H orse .—Alex. Orme at G ilice Ci eck , arrived in town lliis trip to Crater Lake.
31 tit. Dillon has ju«t received some
well to call on me. For f url her information
inquire at the Franco-Aineri<*an Hotel.
was driving a team near
A Mr. Free, of California, ht^s re of the celebrated St. Louis beer, which
weck on a visit to the mines.
G. W. HOLT.
Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1875.
Thursday of las t week, when one of
Mrs. L A. Helms, of Albany, is in cently purchased some six hundred
the horses cotumencetl kicking. Mr.
town, and is slopping at the residence head of beef cattle in this valley, and
in Jacksonville, the uo ler-igued re-
< >rtnp rai«c •d up to his feet, when he
six-ctiully informs the public that he is
will start with them in a few days for where, who will furnish parties wish
was jerked from the wagon under th»*
ing lumber, with the same for money, prepared to do all kinds of work m the boot T OFFER FOR SALE ONE
the San Francisco maikets.
will remain here several weeks.
and .shoe making line. Sa: isiaction guaran
1 finest i’anoram i Lanterns on tills ( '<>;ist.
feet of the lior-t* and wa* pretty badly
grain or horses.
GEORGE \V. FKEY.
For Sterenpticon and Dissolving Views it is
The street lamps liave arrived and
kicked. At fir-t it was thought he
Hallett & Co., of Portland, Maine,
M feting of S tockholders .—The
unexcelled. The slide glasses are ot the fin
1 ( \ I
Great chance to make money. est assortment, embracing ioreign and
was Icully hurt, but when Dr. Aiken will »hoitly be put up. The “tired” Directors of the Ablcii Fruit Preserv advertise profitable employment for
If you cant get gold vol» can American sevnes. con lie and grave. Will l»e
arrived there it wa« fi»iin<l that be had men, roiling Lome m the morning, ing Company have is-ued a Call for a parlies who are willing to engage in get greenbacks. Wo need a person m every sold at less than cost. Everything is fit-
town to take subscriptions for the largest lir»:!v new and in good working <»rdcr.
no bones broken, but was bruised from w ill Iben have places to stop and rest. meeting of the »tockholder.«, to lie held the same.
cheapest and best illustrat'd family paper
Jas. A. Cirtlwell has a iki'j new in the S >ui tl Club R tom, ¡it this place,
Geo. W. Frey’s advertisement also in the wtiild. Anyone can Leeonie a suc-
head to fool.
agent, 'i'lie most elegant works <>f
bugg5' on ¡he way. With one of his on next Tuesd iv, Sept. 4th, ¡it 3 appears in this issue. Mr. Frey i« cvssfiil
ar. given 1
!»» siii»scrd»ers. The price is
R obbed .—L>i-t Sit unlay night a span King teams and this new buggy
KOT rAII. to
well known here, and he Ims a reputa mi low* that alm»»»! cvei i li.xly sii I »-ci i I »<‘s
»end for our New
Catalogue. It con
man named Frank Blown, working at he will be able to furnish a “nobby”
tain« valuable infor
importance is to tion as a boot-maker that
we«k. A liiy age i i I o s tak 11.4 over 40a
I present as bu»im*.«.» of
mation fur every
Wm. Justus’, simii* six miles from turnout.
comment at our hands.
make ei inev Hsi. Y«.u can dei ote all \ » ur
plating the pur
this place, carried a d<*«k lielonging to
chase of any articla
Frank Ennh, late superintendent of
Iai»;iics-, »» only your spare
The People's Journal, of Portland, time to the
M ax M uller , Sec’y.
for |M*n»onid, family
time. You nee
neel I no:
no he away L-<un Imme
Mr. Justus out of the house, and, the English Mining Company at Ga-
or agricultural use. Free to any Address.
Maine, wants good agents in every over
\ oil < can
a d<» l :is w el I a» o: in t s.
MOr.TGOJIERY WARD A CO.,
breaking it open, seen re» I as a booty lice Creek, bas received a like ap-
direeli.i'is and t wins tree.
Original Grange Supply House,
M illinery . — Elsewhere in this town. Head their advertisement.
x -Z.'? <t 229 lfa&aa.'i Zic. CHICAGO Ul.
$225 in coin and a watch.
pointaient from the Sterling Mining ¡s^ue iqqiears the advertisement of the
H orse S tealing in L ake C oun want profitable work send ns your address
stole a horst* and
Misses Cardwell, who are offering ty .—On the night of the 20th ¡list, at once. It co«;« tiiChi’ri to try the business.
LAND FOR SALE
I No one who engages fail to make great, pav.
nml also a porse of a Mr.
two horses and saddles were stolen
The Portland Tele(jram, in dose rib
“struck out.” He was arrested in
from the stable, of John Gliem, at
Ing the qualities of the girls in the
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
Ashland next day on a charge of steal,
L sale2IU acres ot choue agricultural lami»
Merganser, Lake county. One of
different towns of the State, says the
175 acres under fence, situated m Jusvplniy*-
•ing a horse from Jeff Bell sometime
“Jacksonville girls uro the worst on have several on hand w hich th ey are i these horses belonged to Mr. Gliem
county, Oregon. For information, enquir**
before, and upon being searched
of John Bolt, Applegate, or at the residence
desirous of either selling low fur cash, and the other was the property of
LA FA Y Eri'E ALL EN.
Mr. Justus’ watch and about sixty the marry.”
or in exchange for grain.
Wm. Forsyth, of Phcunix, who was JACKSONVILLE.
A ‘Jolly” tramp was “egged” by a
dollars in coin was found on his person.
Linville’s horse with Justus’ ¡saddle crowd of boys last Saturday night.
U nder the Masonic hall, on Cali-
escaped into California and have not rilHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE NOWON
.on, was found lied in the brush some« This was doubtless fun for the boys fornia street, E. C. Brooks is selling
1 hand the most coinpleio and best stock rpiDi undersigned offers for
as yet been captured.
where this side of Ashland, Brown but was rough on the tramp, who kit at his watch, clock, jewelery and dm <r
i of millinery goods ever brougnt lu Jacksuil- : 1
sale one hundred and forty liv-ad of
having walked into that place, Brown for more congenial climes.
tine Angola goals m first-cJa-s condii ion.
M r . M. \V. P arsons , general trav ville, consitmg ol
store, first-class, (louble-tlirrad, lock- I
TH<»>. ( HAVNEK.
was brought to this place, and had an
Chaviier’s Ranch, Jackson. Vounty.
M. Caton has sold out his business slick, straight-needle sewing machines eling agent for the Singer Manufactur
examination before Recorder Hayden,
in this place to George W. Frey, and at bed-rock prices—from $20 to $50 ing Co., has arrived in this city and Flowers, ribbon«, lace«, neckties, glove«, POWDER— Gian’, Blast ing or gun powder
on the charge of robbing Justus, at d
proposes locating a permanent agency coliars and cuti’«, etc., etc., which wu will 1 all kinds, and caps and 1ii»c. for »iilo in
left town Wednesday for the Beaver each. Also needles and oil.
Jolt N M1LLLR.
I quantities ?<> suit, by
was bound over in the sum of $1,000
for their celebrated sewing machines. sell ai low prices.
creek cinnabar mines, to accept the
F or tiie C onference .—The Revs. An invoice of machines are now on
'der and rupairirig
to await the action of the next Grand
\T EVY Gun« mad« to ur»icr
Sewing Machines for Sale.
superintendency of’the E incline mine.
J. R. N. Bell and II. G. Berger will the way and as soon as they arrive
Jury, and, in default of the required
We have on hand a numlwr of the cele
O you want protectitm ? Buv a l*i»t«»j i r
The Oregonian advertises a traveling leave Ashland to-morrow to attend due notice will bo given where lhey
ball, was committed to jail, We un-
brateli l lowe Sewing Machines, n high we
Knife, or t’otli, of JOHN AtiLLl’R.
derstand the horse belonging IO J us- fraud, who intends coming this way. the meeting of the Columbia Annual can be found, bo that, parties want will sefl eheap lor cash, or Exchange tor
/ \ I L, Whetstone«. ìure u”d thulk I .nie».
He pretends to have a patent process Conference at Walla Walla.
lus has since returned home.
» * *or •>aiw ui
MISSE* I). A M.CAKDWELL.
HEW IBILLlSEilY STORE!