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i! hr ïl cm o trafic dimes.
M »oiLight nights.
More rain this week.
M ills S old .—The P. of II. Mill
Company has sold its mill property at
ITienix to Phillip Allwell, late of
Missouri, who takes immediate pos
session. The price paid was SI0,225.
N ew P astor .—Rev. Morris C. Mil
ler, of llolsten Conference, Virginia,
will take charge of the pastorate of the
Applegate Circuit about the first of
January, He will arrive in a few
New i^oj Is at Jacobs’.
The turkey gobblelh Ids dirge.
Read the new advertisements.
I). Linn is agent for the Singer.
The farmer is speeding the plow.
Now is the time to plant jour holi-
<1 iy advertisements, if you want a
good crop of customers.
II. K. Hanna, Esq., has gone to
The defendant in lhe case of Bon
Mrs. R. M. (Jarrett was down from
ham rx. Atkinson his appealed from Ashlind Wednesday.
Justice Kent’s decision.
A. B. McIlwain, of Albany, is back
A pleasant surprise party occurred on a business trip to Josephine county.
at the residence of Gen. John E. Ross
Levi Ankeny, interested in the Ster
on Wednesday evening last.
ling ditch, has returned to Portland.
A letter from Sol. Sachs gives the
information that he has arrived safely
Chicken-pox prevails in this section. at his old home in Bavaria. <
Fred. Grob has returned from Squaw
The Sterling ditch is almost finished.
1). W. Crosby now officiates at Matt. Lake, whore he has been sawing lum
ber for Klippel, llanua A Co.
Christmas one week from Tuesday.
Rev. J. R. N. Bell, now stationed at
Roseburg, will bo in Jacksonville ere
J. M. Sutton is at San Rafael, Cal.
He has not as yet regained the use of
his right band.
B ranch O ffice E stablished .—
The policy-holders of the Pacific Mu-
fa d Life Insurance Co., of California,
Odd Fellows’ Building, Jacksonville, Oregon,
m 't yesterday at lhe call of lhe mana
ger, A. B. Covalt, and a branch organ
ization was effected by the elect io i of
DEALER & WORKER IN
the following named person-: Presi
dent, J. N. T. Miller; Vice President, TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc.
J. Nunan; Secretary, Max Muller; At
torney, E B. Watson. G. II. Aiken,
M. D., is the Medical Examiner for
this jurisdiction. Executive Commit-.
AG RICULTUR AL IM PLEM ENTS,
tee, P. Dunn, J. I-h and K. Kubli.
A committee on by-laws was ap
pointed, consisting of E. B. Watson,
Chas. Nickell and Max Muller, to re
port at next meeting.
; A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
The following preamble and resolu
tion were unanimously adopted:
The Paymaster is expected in a few
Another seduction case reported on
C ompleted .—Messrs. Henry Klip-
Dick Ish has shaken himself enough
days at Fort Klamath to pay troops for and resumed his place on the Joseph
pel and J. 11. Reed were over from their Applegate.
diggings this week. The bulkhead at
Look at the list of those owning and four months ending Oct. 3lst.
ine stage line.
W hereas , The Pacific Mutual Life Insur
Squaw Lake has been completed and is using the Singer.
Dr. Stacy liemen way, lately of Fort ance Company has merited the confidence
of its policy-holders by paying all of its
a first-cla*s piece of work. Operations
Dr. \V. Jackson has renovated his
Klamath, passed through town yes death losses in this county promptly; and
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
plentiful than it was last year.
on the ditch are progressing steadily. office in fine style.
\Vn ureas , The said company has relieved
terday on his way north.
any financial pressure consequent on life
These gentlemen returned yesterday.
You can find a suitable and substan
The Grange meeting last Saturday
Phillip Allwell and family arrived insurance by offering to loan its funds at a
Fuse and Caps,
tial Christmas present at either New from Missouri last week and will per lair rate of interest in Jackson county
I mportant M ining W ork . — Ev was well attended.
through its branch oilice, therefore be it
man Fisher’s or Retimes Bros’.
Rf .solvetl, That we will use all legitimate
ery person interested in mining should
E. Jacobs was one of those lucky in
manently locate at Phoenix.
means to increase the business of said com Wooden and Willow War»
J. E. Beggs the other day took
have one of “Copp’s Hand-book of the lottery business.
Dr. Stanley, of Sam’s Valley, called pany among our people, and recommend
those desiring safe insurance to patronize it.
Mining Laws.” It has the latest de
on us Monday last. Ho reports the
Newman Fisher has just received a
The meeting then adjourned to meet
Queen’s revert oratory furnace.
cisions, furnishes blank forms, and is supply of new goods.
farmers of his section as quite busy.
December 22d at the office of Kahler
standard authority on everything per
The cattle trade is lively in Lake
Sheriff Manning has returned from & Watson:
“Copp’s Hand book of Mining Laws’’
taining to mineral law. Send $1 to
■PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS*
county. Several parties desire buying East Portland.
He was accompanied
is standard authority.
the T imes office and get one.
large bands for the Spring trade.
M asonic E lections .—Oregon Chap
by J. B. Montgomery and II. L. Webb.
The forwarding business at Rose
ter No. 4, R. A. M , will hold an elec
Midnight mass will be held at the
T he B ai l .—The Social Club has se burg needs improvement.
Chas. H. Gardiner, of Crescent City,
Catholic Church on Christmas. Prep- a warrior of the Rogue river war, has I tion of officers on Tuesday, December
cured tiie Orme Bros, to furnish music
We learn that there will be a party
1 Sth. The regular election of officers
erations are being made therefor.
for its Christinas party. The supper at Dan. Fisher’s this evening.
gone back to New Hampshire on a
Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hose,
of Warren Lodge No. 10, A. F. & A.
will be given by Mrs. Vining, No
The “devil among the tailors” has visit.
J. B. Rigdon has organized a lodge
M., will be held on Wednesday, De
pains wul he spared to make it a first-
made its appearance in town. Its
Our adipose friend, Curly Webb, for
of Good Templars at Linkville.
class all air in every particular, The
headquarters are al Atkinson A Caton’s. some time past in business at Rose cember 19th. A full attendance of the
\V. G. Kenney hauled a load of Ce
members of the respective organiza
floor managers for the occasion are C.
I havo secured the services of a First-class
tions is reque‘sted.
C. Beekmau, E. D Fuudray, E. B. lestials to Roseburg last week.
ground is drying out fast, so as to soon main awhile.
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
M ax M uller , Secretary.
M. Baum and Simon Caro came
Watson and Bold. Kahler.
necessitate more rain to speed the
The new’ Surgeon for Fort Klamath,
ing promptly and in superior 6tyle.
down from Ashland this week.
N EW B arber .—B. Rostei, an expe-
Major J. II. Dickson, accompanied by
Lucky Queen stock is coming up.
rienced barber lately from San Fran-
Some huge potatoes may he seen at his family, arrived at Fort Klamath
For the next thirty days I will sell Men’s
li is quoted at 50 cents a share.
cisco, has opened a shop in Orth’s
the Table Rock Saloon. They were the other day.
and Boys’ Hats, Shirts, Underwear, and
Parlies from Galice creek say that brought in from Applegate by S. II.
Neckties, Toys, Fancy Goods, Holiday
building, lie is now prepared to give
Ben Sachs is now engaged as sales
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
Goods, Frames, Musical Instruments, Look 1 I am receiving and have constantly on
due attention to all patronage extend
I i Cook.
man in one of the departments of ing Glasses, Jewelry, Glassware and Crock hand a full and first-class stock of
ed him, aud guarantees satisfaction.
Wintjen A Helms keep a first-class
The people of Linkville are going to Schweitzer, Sachs A Co.’s wholesale ery at greatly reduced prices. Talk is talk,
Mr. Rostei announces other specialties stock of wines, liquors aud cigars.
but figures will tell.
observe Christmas in tine style. A ! house at San Francisco.
in which he is an adept. For further
Nearly as many Singer machines tree an J ball will be among the festiv-
Paymaster Towler, well known in
City Cigar Store. DRY GOODS, Gum Boot«, TOBACCO,
particulars read his card elsewhere, sold each year as all others combined.
and give him a trial.
P olicy P ayable .—The late W. H
Wm. Bybee yesterday started an
G. F. Billings, of the Eagle mill, Mrs. C. E. Calef, of Portland, and has
Merriman had a policy for $1,000 in
P rizes A warded .—The following other drove of hugs for Happy Camp. was in town this week, That establish- been stationed in Arizona.
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc.
prizes were awarded by Miss Alice
The patients at the hospital are in merit is turning out a fiue quality of
Messrs. Covalt and Carey, who have
pany, a branch of which has been or
Hanley, teacher of the primary de creasing. There are nine at. present. 11 >ur.
been organizing a branch of the Pacific
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
ganized here. The money will this
partment of the District School: Spell
Give me a call.
Street Commissioner Young has
The superintendent of the English Mutual Life Insurance Couqiany, will
week be paid to the w idow of that gen
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
ing—First class, Emma Vining; sec been putting the streets iu good order.
company’s Galice creek diggings is leave for the Willamette to-morrow.
ond class, Minnie Booth; third class,
Mortality has ceased in this vicinity there, but the arrival of the foreman is
F. K. ARNOLD.
Our old friend, Dan. Cawley, well
T. A. DAVIS.
Frank Dowell; fouilh class, Walter
known in this section, is back buying
First class, since the Sexton is disabled by rheuma
will be given by Capt. C. C. McClen
Charley Adams assists Bob Garrett horses for the Black Bear mill, in Sis
George Martin and Wilbur Jones; sec
don, of Sam’s Valley, on Christmas
A portion of the hydraulic for Klip on the Ashland-Linkville route. The kiyou county, Cal., where lie is al pres
ond class, Eva Bellinger and Emma
night. The best of music and supper WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
pel, Hanna & Co.’s diggings has ar former drives from Linkville and is ent engaged.
Vining; third class, Ida Penn.
will be provided. Everybody is in
met al Parker’s by the latter.
A. B. Covalt, of Portland, general
vited to attend.
71 FRONT STREET
C ounty C ourt P roc eedings .—The
The citizens ofManzmila precinct manager of the Oregon branch of the i
They are going to celebrate the com
following are th“ proceedings of the
D ischarged .—It gives us pleasure
pletion of the Sterling ditch with a will celebrate Christmas in appropriate Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Com
County Commis-ionerP Couil lor the
A tree will be one of the pany, is iu town on business connected to announce that A. W. Sturges has re
December term thereof;
ceived his free discharge from bank
with that corporation.
L. Solomon has purchased the prop principal features of lhe occasion.
Officers present—ii >u. Silas J. D iy,
ruptcy. Al. has had a hard run of luck, VITE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
The Emetine Company disposed of
I.ucky Queen Items.
Judge; Samuel l urry and A. Miller, erty opposite the residence of Nuwmau
a complete stock of
but he is destined to come out on top
the quicksilver it sent below through
Commissioners; L. D. fcoudray, Clerk. Fisher.
its agent, Ike Sachs. The officers are
Franklin B. Inlow has been appoint
The petition of Martin Peterson and
paying off bills against the company.
T he T elephone was tested the other day
others fur view and survey of a county ed Postmaster at Eagle Point in this
over lhe extraordinary distance of 210 miles. PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES
Programmes, ball-tickets, c tiling way, notwithstanding bad roads.
The agent lor Donuolly’s Yeast Powders
road and also to vacate certain county county.
cards and every description of holid iy
was standing by, and remarked one million
roads was granted. F. M. Plymale,
A. M. Crocker is in town in the in
boxes of the powders were consumed daily.
printing executed in the neatest man locking after taxes iu Leland precinct, The party on the other side answered there
R. V. Beall aud Haskel Amy were ap terest of R. G. Dun & Co.’s mercantile I
are millions in it. Just think of talking
ner and at low prices. Call and see us. ¿specially the Celestial part.
pointed as viewers, and Millon Lindley agency.
ÀASNHUTZr, WTADOJF GLASS,
about Donuolly’s Yeast Powder 210 miles
John Miller has returned from a
The distillery at Plxenix is in full
l ie Lucky Queen mine, looking afterl
How sad to see one guted with youth and
PAINTS, OILS AND
A number of bills w ere audited.
blast and manufacturing a good article
beauty, ii pleasant home, surrounded by
plegate, but he still has plenty of am
loving friends, and everything that makes
VINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIN»,
S chool R eception .—Prof. Merritt of liquor.
life desirable ami enjoyable, fading away
munition and tire-arms left at his em
Samuel Hawkins, who has been ab
day by day, with no hope of release save in
gave a recepliou to the pupils of his
(¡rave creek was not John, but Jamul death? It was only a slight cold at first. A
department al his residence on Satur sent from this section for some time, is
single dose ot Freni's Hamburg Tea would
Christmas will be observed in ap-
have removed the obstruction, restored the
day evening last, and also awarded back again.
and given back to society one oi
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
proved style at Rock Point, There
its brightest ornaments.
premiums of excellence at the same
Found—a large brass key, which
will be an entertainment, at which
Work in the Lucky Queen mine pro
time. A multitude of boys and girls can be recovered by inquiring al the
B y universal accord, A yer ’ s C atiiart IT
“Ten Nights in a Bar-room” will be gresses well. Prof. Tiernan is mucitf of P ills
are lhe best .. of all t
assembled ami passed of! the evening T1 mes office.
Sole Agent* for Oregon for the cele
a gentleman and a thorough, practical ilv use. They are the product ot h>ng,JTa brated CARBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which
iu a pleasant manner, 'l he teachers
horions and successful chemical investiga
Table Rock Encampment meets on
kills Ticks, Lice and all parasites on sheep,
The unusually healthy climate ot miner. The winze is being sunk day tion, and their extensive use, by Physicians and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scaband
of the other departments of the Dis the .second and fourth Tuesdays in I
iu their practice, and by all civilized na foot rot. Circular sent on application.
this section is not favorable for the and night. Thu foreman, Mr. Murphy, tions,
trict School were also in attendance. each mouth.
proves them the best and most etl’ect-
I is an old Nevada miner of vast experi ual purgative l’ili that medical science can i
The following prizes were awarded:
purely vegetable no harm
A new bridge his been built over
ence, and has a number of first-class devise. Being
can arise from their use. In intrinsic value
1st class—Higher Arithmetic, B. B. Mule gulch, near the residence of es, but much caution should always be
miners under him. We are all highly and curative powers no other Pills can be
used lest they are spread.
Beekman; Practical Aiilhmelic, Jas.
compared with them, and every person,
knowing their virtues, will employ them,
A number of the members of W ir-
Cronemiller. 2d class—Higher Arith
when needed. They keep the system in JACKSONVILLE.
Thus. Gilson, of Sterling, has a fine
j ren Lodge No. 10, A. F. & A. M., of this
metic, George llutler. Algebra, Frank
perfect order, and maimain in healthy ac
piece of property for sale. See his no
I place, made Ashland Lodge a frater- ness of the ledge,for every foot down the tion the whole machinery ot life. Mild,
Huffer. Geography, Miss Katie Jones.
searching and effectual, they are specially rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE NOW ON
Grammar, Miss Mary Oliver. Book
■ nal visit on the evening of the Gill. A ledge widens, the ore becomes richer, adapted to the needs of the digestive appa 1 hand the most complete and best stock
the walls more permanent, and there ratus, derangements <>1'which they prevent of millinery goods ever brought to Jackson
The second term of the District , pleasant time is reported.
keeping, Wm. Meiisor.
cure, it timely taken. They are the ville, consitiug of
is every indication of a rich mine. and
School commenced Monday with a
safest physic to employ for chil
Kahler & Bro. have just received
L eland I tems .—A correspondent,
The reverberatory furnace will soon be dren and weakened const it niions, where a
J the finest assortment of soaps, perfum
mild, but elleetual, cathartic is required.
writing from Leland, says:
We regret to learn that Jos. Wet ter eries and oils ever brought to this sec- completed and the mill started up.
For sale bv all Dealers.
Flowers, ribbons, laces, neckties, gloves,
People in this section are glad to
E xaminer .
er and W. H. McDaniel are In poor i tion. They are direct from the East
collars and cult's, etc., etc., which we will
hear of the Lucky Queen starting up,
sell al low prices.
health at ¡»resent.
i and will be sold at bedrock prices.
as it is generally believed here that it
I m portant D ecision .—Judge Wat REXFORD—MEEKS—On Applegate, by
Wm. Kahler has removed from
Sewing Machines for Sale.
Judge M. F. Baldwin, Manley Rexford
is a good ledge.
S. P. Hanna has just received the son of the Second Judicial District has
The water has run down so that the L<»use creek to his farm in Willow I largest and best assortment of wagon recently rendered a decision which is
Wo have on hand a number of the cele
brated llowe Sewing Machines, which we
! timber yet brought to this section, of importance to allschool districts. It
miners are not doing much at present. I
will sell cheap lor cash, or exchange for
McWilliams & Co., on Cayote creek, I J. T. Forbes & Co. are succeeded i He is prepared to do all kindsof work appears that the Directors of School
MISSES I). <t M.CAKDWELL.
! in his line in a first-class manner.
have a nine-inch “Giant;” which they
District No. 4, of L ine county, refused
the Linkville hotel.
are Well pleased with.
Courtney & Smith are sinking a to deduct the amount of a Mr. Under
The prospects of a wet Winter do not
From the way Deeds, (who died
' shaft south of town, near the Crescent
JUST RECEIVED BY
Thanksgiving) was lying when found, inspire the miners with visions of
i City road, in the hopes of finding a
it is generally supposed that when he heaps of gold-dust.
, continuation of the channel of pay dirt
suddenly sickened he must have sat
Several couple will be down from which made Rich gulch so famous in the Circuit Court on a writ of error,
down with his gun across his lap and fal Ashland on Christmas aud attend the early days.
and His Honor reversed the decis
len back aud expired without astruggle. ball in lhe evening.
ion of the Directors, ordered the in- riMIE UNDERSIGNED TAK1M l’LEAS-
That was a smart district school boy
lie was about 42 years of age, a
Crooks says that one git 1 kissing an who, when his teacher recently asked debtedness to be deducted, and the 1 uro in informing the ladies of Jackson 4 S ALLOUR MERCHANTS ARE SELL-
ville and vicinity that shtt lias just received
ing out at cost and freight, lain ready
man of steady habits, and well liked. other Isa good deal like eating maple
district to pay the cost of suit.
a complete au<i elegant stock oi NEW MIL to do blacksmithing at cost and freight, but
him lhe name of the President of the
LINERY GOODS, direct from Nan Francis must have the cash when lhe work is com
Justice Crockett held hn inquest, over syrup on ice cream.
United States, answered Mr. Tilden;
(iU A RT EKL Y M EET1N GS.
Ilev. .1. co, consisting of New Shapes in Untrimmed pleted. Shop on the corner of California
the body, but the real cause of his death
Rev. W. Hurlburt will hold divine but, as he stood on the floor on one R. N. Bell, Presiding Elder of this Bonnets and Hals, Trimming Silks, Feath and Main streets.
ers, !■ lowers, Ribbons, Velvets, vie., and is
was not positively known. Some sup- services at the M. E. Church Sunday
foot, with his finger pointing at a mark District, will preside at the following now fully prepared to attend to all orders
posed it to be heart disease and others morning and evening.
with neatness and dispatch. Prices reason 1)AINTS, (patent or other) Oils, Varnishes,
on a angle of 45 degrees, his recollec quarterly meetings: Applegate Cir able and sat isfaci ion guaranl<,ed. Residence I 1 Shellac, \\ indow Glass, Emery, Borax,
that a blood artery had broken. Deeds
The end of the year is approaching, tions of returning boards must have cuit—Slate creek, Decern tier 22d and at the old Overbeck Hospital. Give me a e c., lor -ale in endless ipiantjiies bv
had been complaining for several
months, but was apparently as well as but the time for settling your printer’s been very vivid and extremely forci 23<1; Jacksonville Circuit—Phoenix,
N eleuaut assortment ot Pocket and Ta
\T EW <iuns made to order and repairing
L>ill is already al hand.
common when he went out bunting.
December 29lh anti 30th.
hiv t utlvry for sale by J. Mil.I.ER.
I _L\ properly done by JOHN MILLER.
T. A. DAVIS & CO.,
NEW MILLINERY STORE!
SIRS. BRENTANO ’