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An awning is being put around our
T olman ’ s G ravel D iggings .—
office, and we will be able to respond Gov. Chadwick and Superintendent
County Clerk Foudray and Assessor
Stages a little behind.
to all serenades that may be tendered Brandt have just returned to Salem
Goddard have kindly furnished us the
Cold weather is upon us.
OCT» »BF.lt 5, 1877. following statement of the statistics of
from a-visit to the gravel mines on the
middle fork of Cow creek, now being T. G. REAMES.
.Jackson county, as taken from the as
E. R. REAMES«
The rusticating season is over.
opened by Judge Tolman and others.
sessment roll of 1877:
other amusements varied the monot The Statesman says they bring a good
Moro new goods at Reames Bro’s.
report from there. Forty Chinamen
Ja9. McDonough has gone to Yreka. ony.
(Successors to White A Martin,)
The usual blind foot-pad is with us.
Francisco Monday, having laid in a are employed on the ditch, which,
Heavy rain9 have fallen in the Ump
7,1» 15 I
half miles long. The company will
We are sending out statements of have a head of 178 feet with which to
account to our patrons, and request work. The ditch will he completed
The notorious Dr. Conlan is at Ash that they give them their earliest at and the machinery set ready for work
t ; ross value.
r.W VHI.E PROPERTY, ETC.
within forty days. Hydraulic pipe JACKSONVILLE.
and a little giant for handling it have
Sheriff Manning has gone to Lake
The Board of Equalization adjourn
already been ordered from San Francis
ed Saturday last, after being in session co. Dan Levenssays he has purchased
Jos. Soloman has returned from San a week. No change was made in the
thousands of dollars’ worth of gold dust
Acres of land................... ..204.496
that has been taken from these dig
Horses ami mules.......... .. 4,326
he undersigned take pleas -
Hoodlums make nightly raids upon gings by the little creeks that run
Cattle................................. .. 11,317
ure in informing the public that they1
Sheep and goats............. .. 35,901
just received and opened an entire
the vineyards in this vicinity. A lit
Swine................................. .. 13,597
fresh stock of
Slight showers of rain have fallen tle fine shot is liable to suddenly bring
P lain T ruths .—Do the city papers
It will be observed there is quito an
say anything in regard to your own
them to grief.
increase in all property over that re-
The County Court was in session
p irted last year. There is also an in
It would take all the dexterity of a county? Nothing. Do they contain
light-rope performer to walk over some notices of your schools, meetings,
crease in the exemption and indebted this week.
ness, doubtless owing to tho influx of
Mr. Knight and lady, of Josephine,
dreds of other local matters of interest HATS, BOOTS & SHOES«
immigration, which must be consider are in town.
ing your shin.
able, as there are 1,001 polls returned,
Quite a number from here will be which your home paper publishes with
Hon. D. P. Thompson has returned
CLOTHINS, Eto., Etc.,
a gain of 237. Jackson county is in a from Portland.
preseut at the State and Siskiyou out pay? Not an item. Do they ever
say a word calculated to draw attention
better condition than ever, though the
Rev. J. R. N. Bell at the M. E. county fairs. The weather is not pro
In SACHS’ Brick Building, well known as
to your county and aid in its progress
efficiency of Mr. Goddard has much to
pitious for either.
do with this favorable showing.
Smith, Pape & Co. are busily en and enterprise? Not a line. And
‘THE TEMPLE OF FASHION."
II. II. Magruder was up from Rock
there are men who take such contract
ed views of this matter that unless
In the matter of the estate of w.
More cattle-buyers from California
they are getting as many square inch i These goods were all purchased by a
II. Merriman, deceased. Artemesia are in the valley.
ef our firm from FIRST-CLASS
es of reading matter in their own as member
HOUSES in San Francisco, and ws will
Merriman appointed executrix under
A frost prevailed on Saturday night,
they do in a city paper they think warrant every article and sell them as cheap
cash-as any house in the county.
will. Isaac Constant, J. B. Wrisley nipping vegetation.
they are not getting the worth of their for We
row. The advertisement will be found money. It reminds us of a man who
and F. M. Plymale appointed apprais
XV. A. Johnson, the pioneer miner,
ATTENTION OF THE LADIES
took the largest pair of boots in the box
on the fourth page.
ers. Estate valued at $2,700.
was in town this week.
the fact that we have the largest assort
In the matter of the estate of Henry
Nick. Eicke has bought 1,700 head because the price was the same as the to
ment of FANCY GOODS of every descrip
Cromer, deceased. Administratrix or
view, Lake cot
of sheep from Walter Jackson and tak
tion now on hand, ami we will henceforth
make this lino of goods our specialty and
establish* •d at
A t a party on Oregon street the other sell
en them to Applegate. Pat. McMahon
The Jacksonville Post Office trans is interested w ith him.
B iker, deceased, bale of real estate mits over thirty letteis daily.
Prices to Suit the Times.
vacated and order of resale made.
The weather prophets surmise that > cussion, when a literary young lady,
Misses Annie Miller and Ella Prim because Mount McLaughlin is already who just dotes on Wawkeen Miller,
In the matter of the estate of James
F rom THE
A. Stewart, deceased. Will admitted left for Salem on Tuesday last.
We also keep on hand a full stock of
I covered with snow, a severe Winter is asked, “Who are the Hashful Bazouks,
to probate and Elizabeth Stewart ap
The I. O. R. M. lodge at Y’reka will in store for us. So mote it be.
anyhow? ” Site was promptly referred
pointed executrix under will.
In the matter of the estate of P. XV.
Chas. Schultz arrived from the Ster
HARDWARE, NAILS, GLASSWARE,
A gravel sidewalk has been laid ling mines last week, having completed collars and side whiskers, who were I
Stow, deceased. Order made author
trying to sit on one chair nearest the
izing administrator to lease realty.
in front of Mrs. Little’s residence.
his contract there. He says the ditch door.
In the matter of the estate of Samuel
Snow has fallen on the mountains will be completed in about a month.
And very many other articles too numerous
Laport, deceased. Petition of J. Elliott,
I llinois V alley W agon R oad . I to
administrator, for postponement of
Gen. E. L. Applegate lectured on —The meeting called by the citizens of
.friTGive us a call and judge for yourself
hearing of final statement granted.
Mrs. Geo. Fleming and Miss Sophia the Koran at Ashland Wednesday Crescent City to consider the propriety as to our capacity to furnish goods as above.
In the matter of the estate of N. C. Wolters left for San Francisco Sunday.
Dean, deceased. Hearing of semi-au.
Grant’s Pass now luxuriates in a ent and the lecture is well spoken of. place to the Illinois Valley, Josephine
mid exhibit of executrix postponed.
Citation ordered issued to James T. telegraph office. Eb. Dimick is opera
Henry Pape has just received from county, was a failure. It is proposed
Glenn, guardian of George Love, to tor.
Chas. Beaudroit, of Little Shasta, Cal., to try it again. JI, Gasquet offers
show cau-e why annual statement has
Dr. Colvig informs us that Miss a large supply of apple and peach bran $2,000 toward the enterprise.
not been made.
In the matter of the estate of Joseph Sarah Jones was much better yester- dy of excellent quality, which is very
M. E. Q uarterly M eeting .—The
Cox, deceased. Semi-annual report of day.
M. A. Houston, administrator, received
Miss Zelia Zigler, of Empire City,
Klippel, Hanna A Co. propose put at the M. E. Church in Jacksonville LIVERY STABLE
formerly of this place, is in town on a ting on an extra force toward complete- on Saturday and Sunday, October 20th
latke County Circuit Court.
W. H urlburt , Pastor.
Oregon St., Jacksonville,
ing their ditch from Squaw creek to and 21st.
Through tho courtesy of A. C. Jones,
The Emeline retort is now turning their mines on Big Applegate by Jan
I. O. O. F. E ncampment .—Hon.
A G R1C UI .T URAL M AU II I N E RY. Al-
out twenty-one flasks of quicksilver uary 1st.
Silas J. Day, S. D. G. Patriarch, will
fred Slocum, traveling agent for Frank
The lamp on Oregon street was lit institute an Encampment of the I. O.
Bro9. A Co., dealers in and importers ceedings of the Circuit Court for Lake weekly.
Geo. Grotz, of Kerhyville, has a per this week and worked to a charm. O. F. on Tuesday, the 16th. He else
of Agricultural implements, Portland,
aving just received a new
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car
sonal in our advertising columns.— The expense of keeping them going where calls attention to the matter.
is in town. That firm is the agent
riages, I ain now prepared to furnish my
will bo somewhat heavier than was
for the celebrated Li Belle wagon,
C ome F orward , A dolph .—Ad patrons and the public generally with as
Walter A. Wood’» unrivaled manufac
Some of the small boys from town expected.
olph Warneke, who is supposed to be
tures, and other standard machinery
defeated a Phoenix club at base ball | The firm of Shannon & Birdsey, in this section, is wanted by his father
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
enumerated in their advertisement dict for plaintiff for $140.
blacksmiths, has been dissolved, Da Joftchi m Warneke, of Le Sueur, Min- horses hired to go to any part of the country.
State of Oregon vs. Chas. A. Coggs-
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses
elsewhere, to which attention is called.
vid Cronemiller resuming full control. n esot a.
broke to work single or double. Horses
well; indictment for perjury. Ver
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bntirded, and the best of care bestowed upon
Applegate, died Sunday moroing, aged He is ever ready to do the best work
An Opport unity Tor the Aitilete<l.
I n the F ield .—We have lately re dict of not guilty.
while in my charge.
at the lowest prices.
Jackson County vs. Lake County; four years.
Dr. J. . M. Hinkle, of the National Surgical
ceived a lot of new type, borders, etc.,
W. J. Ply male and lady, C. W. Kahler, Institut te, with a eoitqietent corps of assist ^TMY TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
Sam Phillips, of Applegate, has late
both unique and tasty, as also an ex action to recover money. It was stipu
ants wil ili visit Portland, Oregon, rooms at
lated that demurrer to complaint be ly sold several head of cattle to Califor J. A. Cardwell, Miss Sophie Nickell, St. Charles
A liberal share of the public patronage is
Hotel, October 22d, to November
tensive supply of 11 it paper, bill-heads, decided in vacation.
W. J. PLYMALE.
Mrs. W. M. Turner, Mrs. B. F. Dowell,
envelopes and cards, and are now ful John Orth, Treasurer of Jackson coun
the world has successfully treated so many
Ad Helms, Jam°s Leslie, Jack Mont cases of Spinal Curvature, Diseases
LIME FOR SALE,
ly prepared to do job work of every ty, vs. Geo. Nurse, Treasurer of Lake;
Bro’s. Jas. McDonough
in ano, Scrofula, Nasal Calairh, etc. Pa-
imaginable character in good shape mandamus. It was stipulated that the at Kahler
from almost every county in the Unit
and at reasonable prices. Patronize demurrer to defendant’s answer be de raised them.
Sheriff Manning is after the China at the home Institute at Indianapolis, Indi
homo industry, anil don't send your cided in vacation.
Jacksonville has a new doctor,
J. II. Miller vs. E. and XV. D. Corpe;
ana,or to one of its Grand Divisions at Phila
printing away until you have ascer injunction. Continued.
Who he is and where he hails from puli tax. A large number of Mongoli delphia, Pa., Atlanta, Ga., or San Francisco, BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE
ans are at work on the Sterling ditch Cal. The afflicted cannot afford to miss this
tained cur facilities and rates.
C. I*, llagerhurst vs. D. XX’. Bullard; we know not.
of being cured at home. The
at preseut, which will facilitate the col opportunity
appeal from Justice’s Court. Dis-
nocharge for consultation ami
Two foot-pads with a hurdy-gurdy I
UNDERSIGNED WOULD HERE-
lection of this tax, as they will not have examination, and his terms tor treatment rpilE
N ot D ipthekia .—W. Ray, of Apple uiissed.
inform the public that he has ONE
Saner vs. Ten brook; action to recov fiddle and an old hat paraded our as good an opportunity to evade it as are within the reach of every one.
THOI SAN D BUS HEI.S of superior Jackson
gate, informs us that the disease pre
Creek Lime for sale cheap. Persons wish
money. Judgment confessed.
7-irThe National Gold Medal was awarded ing Brick-laying or Plastering done in the
vailing umong tho children of that re er The
Grand Jury found no true bill
to Bradley A Rulofson tor the best Photo
Rev. J. 'R. N. Bell has returned
style and at reasonable rates will do
gion is not the regular diptheria, but a of indictment, but made a report on
Charley Howard returned Wednes graphs in the United States, and the Vienna best
call on me. For further information
from Conference and will remove to
Medal for the best in the world. 429 Mont inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
throat disease, evidently a form of county matters.
day from Middle creek, where he lias gomery
street, San Fi.ineisco.
Roseburg at once.
’ G. W. HOLT.
membraneous croup. The child, al
been surveying Tolman & Co.’s ditch,
Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1875. •
Fred. Grob was over from Beaver which is to be five feet wide ou top,
though showing symptoms of sickness,
The semi-annual session of the Teachers’
seems to lo^u none of its animation
two feet deep and three feet in width BOAZE
Institute »or this county will convene in thing flourishing there.
until within a short time of death, Ashland on Thursday, November 1, 1877,
on the bottom, About half a mile has
I n M asonic B uilding , O regon S t .,
which is usually caused by auff »catiuu. and continue three days.
Singer machine. An important testi
Although several tire more or less af
Round-cornered collars will be worn
Opening address—1‘. I». Fountain.
monial is embraced in it.
fected, there are at present no cases
by gentlemen this season, having su
I’, of 11. Meeting«.
Arithmetic—J. W. Merritt and II. L. Shi-
that appear necessarily fatal. The
Grange No. 88, P. of H., mHE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE-
1 Hires to announce to tho public that he
meets semi-monthly al odd Fellows' Hall,
disease is infectious, and care should
Geography—J. II. Skidmore and B. F. i Sprague, of Delaware, Ohio, for a copy after a man will be able to call upon a Jacksonville.
now prepared to till all orders for cakes
Jackson County District Po
such as wedding cakes,
be taken to prevent its spread.
of the Cincinnati Enquirer.
girl to inquire after the health of her mona Grange holds its regular business cakes for description,
parties, wine cakes; also brown
Reading—W. Willits and W. W. Watson.
councils every six weeks at the same place.
and rye bread, ginger snaps and crackers.
E. D. Foudray, Esq., leaves the first parents without running the risk of
T ax L evy .—The County . Commis Essay—Miss O. Culbertson.
Takes orders on exchange. Prices reasona
Oregon Chapter Xo. I, R. A. M.,
object teaching—Misses Nettie Howard of next week for the State Fair, which putting out one of her eyes.
ble and satisfaction guaranteed.
sioners on XX edntsd »y last made the and Alice Hanley.
Fresh bread every day.
-........ J on
commences Monday, the 8th.
Now come the days when tho stur Tuesday evenings of or preceding each full
W m . KREUZER.
following levy for the ensuing year:
Orthography—II. C. Fleming and W. J.
.. 4 mills Savage.
dy farmer dumps a load of dirt into standing are invited.
> • 3
Essay—Miss A. M. Weber.
J. R. N. BELL, High Priest.
PRO BONO PUBLICO.
some mudhole in the highway, yells
“haw, Buck!” at his off ox, pokes the
A. Miller, Jr., lost a pocket-book nigh one with a bradawl, and goes
rpilE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTT-
Penmanship—W. T. Leeke.
GOOD WORK ANO LOW PRICES!
1 tied that I have placed niy notes and
Poll lax—lor poll, hospital and
some time ago, of which more is said home under the impression that he
Poem—Mrs. E. Goodchild.
accounts in the hands of my attorney, H.
county purposes....................... lour dollars
School Government—L. F. Willits and in his advertisement elsewhere.
has worked out his road tax in full.
K. Hanna, with positive instructions to
Notwithstanding the State lax levy Miss Kate Thornton.
make immediate and forced collection in ev
T. B. Reed, with a big R, traveling
Tho Portland Telegram says J. II. Frey's Boot and Shoe Store, ery instance where security is not given.
is half a mill more than it was last
Essay—Miss Della Howell.
Those knowing themselves indebted to
agent for J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Fisk expects to shortly receive a ton
Poem— Capt. O. C. Applegate.
year, aud our criminal and poor-house
me will do well to call upon Mr. Hanna,
C alifornia S treet ,
Mass., dropped in on us this week.
Algebra—J. B. Farley and Robt. Gray.
without delay, as this is iny last call. My
of ore from the Bybee mine, on Gal ice
expenses have been very heavj, the
Essay—Miss Frances Myer.
Oregon. business must be settled !
Some sheep-shearing is going on, creek, ior milling purposes. The vein Jacksonville,
levy is the same* as made in 1876.
JAMES T. GLENN.
November 1st—Prof. J. W. Merritt.
The County Commissioners coufi lent-
November 2d — “ The Teachers’ True Spring for larger and cleaner fleeces.
aving permanently located
ordinary [ichness,assaying from $1,000
)y expect ty reduce the indebtedness
Farms ft>r Sale.
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re
Work,” Rev. J. R. Donaldson.
Superintendent Farlow called on us to $3,000 per ton. Large quantities of
of Jackson county a few thousand dol
spectfully informs the public* that he is
November 3d—Capt. O. C. Applegate.
Saturday, Jle was down from Ash this ore are now being shipped to San prepared to do all kinds of work in the boot Persons desiring to purchase good farms
lars at least, if Bulbing unusual hap All friends of Education are invited to at
and shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran of any size will do well to enquire of
land to hold a teachers’ examination. Francisco.
p. J. F arlow , County Supt.
GEORGE W. FREY.
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon.
FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS