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M. Caton was over from the Erne-
line cinnabar mine this week and in
Judge Folman and his family start
forms us that retorting will he com
ed for Portland on Monday last.
menced next Montlay.
J. H. Russell is in Roseburg on bus
John Tupper had an elegant foun
iness connected with his marble-works.
tain put into position in his garden
E. P. Pickens, of Sam’s valley, is at
this week. It draws its source of sup
present gathering his stock in Siski
ply from Rogue river.
you county, Cal.
George Howard and L. L. Savage
Lieut. Geo. H. Hoyle, of Fort Klam
returned from Lake county this week
and report Indian matters notaltogeth- ath, passed through town Sunday last,
en route for Walla Walla.
ei favorable in that Action.
Gur friend Walter Sutton has been
Hon. Henry Klippel, school clerk,
Clerk of Curry county. He
is now collecting rate bills due. The
district is considerably in debt and a makes an efficient officer.
No general preparations having been
Local correspondence solicited.
made by our citizens to celebrate the
Fourth of July in appropriate manner,
. R. REAM EM.
( ircuit Court has adjourned,
O rator and R eader .—Prof. J. W.
l’at. McMahon has removed to town.
Meriitt has accepted an invitation to
selves enough to attempt the matter
deliver the oration at the Fourth nf
Elegant glassware at Breckenfield’s.
upon their own account. Fred. Luy
July celebration in this place. Miss
Rev. L. H. Wells went north yester
and A. Schmidt canvassed the town
Annie Bilger will read the Declaration day .
this week and secured sufficient funds
\V hat has become of ye festive base-
to render the affair a success.
The procession will be formed at the
jar the W ar .—It is rumored that
Court House at the usual hour and
Fruit cans at Bilger’s and Kubli’s
th* troop-* at Fort Klamath have been
will proceed to Bybee’s Grove after
RE\ 1VKÎ) AGAIN AT THE FOIIMKR
ordered to the scene of the Indian war. establishments.
Work has been resumed on tho Fort
"With the large number of redskins on
The following programme has been ar STORE OF SACHS BROS
the reservations, we believe such a Lane quartz ledge.
prompt response is in order.
ranged for the occasion:
movement would be extremely inju
Carter & Son ruade a neat job of
1. Music by the band; 2. Reading
We learn that the defendant in the
Reames Bros.’ sign.
case of Frieze vs. Swingle, tried in the
Cameron Bros, aro supplying the
R e - appointed .—Hon. H. II. Gil-
Circuit Court last week, will appeal
J. Q. Willits has removed to Ash Music; 4. Oration; 5. Music; 6. Din- JACKSONVILLE.
fry, Grand Master of the I. O. O. F.,
from the judgment rendered.
land, where he will hereafter reside,- ner.
BY BECEIVING THE
The mining beason ha* come to a
has appointed John A. Boyer, of this
In the afternoon there will be vari-
A large band of cattle passed now being interested in the Academy
place, as Deputy for the district com close in almost every locality.
ous amusements for the children—pole
through town last week en route for there.
Largest and Best Selection
prising Jacksonville, Ashland and
County scrip taken at par on all ac east <>f the mountains. L. Leouard, of
D. B. Rea, formerly of this place, walking, sack-jumping, climbing the
Kerbyville lodges. Mr. Boyer has of counts with the T imes office.
Josephine, was the proprietor.
now of Arizona, has gone over to the greased pole, etc., as also archery,by
ficiated in this capacity for several
W. A. McPherson has returned
8. Booth will take Scamperdown, majority, recently taking unto him
able premiums will be given. It is
from the Willamette Valley.
Boston and other fast nags to Fort self a wife.
reported that a picked nine from Rose
R f . ligidus . — Rev. W. Hurlburt,
Job printing neatly and promptly Klamath for training for the Yreka
Mrs. J. A. Callender, who has been
burg will play a nine from this place a
Fair. Others will do likewise.
who has been with us for two years executed at lhe T imes office.
match game of base ball, which will
past, will depart for other scenes at
Prizes were last Friday awarded by months past, has returned to Fort Col
The new addition to the County
prove a prominent feature of the occa
the close of this Conference year. He Hospital is in course of erection.
the various departments of the Dis- . ville, W. T.
sion. The celebration will close with LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
will deliver his farewell sermon on
The County Court will be in session
a grand ball in tho evening.
Sunday morning next, at eleven
minister From Portland, preached at
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, ETC.
journed for the Summer vacation.
Friday nnd Saturday of next week.
A general invitation is extended to
o’clock. Wo bespeak him a large at-
L. Orme ami Thos. Mee were up the M. E. Church last Sunday even ' all. No pains will be spared to make
David Cronemiller has a neat new
from Foot’s creek Tuesday and report ing. Ho is on his way to California. the affair eminently worthy of the
?ign, printed by J. L. Carter A Son.
IUE CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
that that section will outdo itself in
Roht. M. Garrett was in town last event in which it is conceived, and ! I ladies to the tact that we have now on
A largo number of pianos and or
hand the largest and best selected assort
in gans are being imported into this sec the celebration of the Fourth of July, j week making preparations to com I everybody is invited to extend a help ment of LADIES' DRESS GOODS and 1 AN-
(' Y Gt >ODs of every descript ion in >outhei ti
Our friend Beekman has taken pas- ! mence his contract of carrying the ing hand.
Oregon, an<i we will henceforth make this
st'ge for Salt river. The Democracy of mail between Jacksonville and Cres
line of goods our iq>eeialty and Kell them at
County Clerk Foudrry has prepared
T he S tage R obbery .—Geo. A.
this county welcome him, as it has cent City.
Prices to Suit the Times.
the cer ifi-ales of election for officers-
Steel, Postal Agent, has been in this
some experience in the premises itself.
A. S. .Jacobs, of Ashland, will assist
To the gentlemen we will say, if you
section investigating tho recent stag»1
ests of the O. C. M. R. Co.
Joe Clough, who has been assisting J. II. Skidmore in tho stone-work on robbery on the Siskiyou mountain. In want a No. 1 St IT OF CLOTHES you mu t
II. C. Wilkinson, of Big Butte, has
goto Reames Bros, to buy it, as we claim to
probably not go as far as Stuiu’s
Postal Agent Steel in his search for Mirks’ store at Roseburg. Both of company with Deputy Sheriff Hen have the best STOCK OF CLOTHING itt
removed to Jacinto, Cal., aud rented a
tain at present.
the stag • robbers, says he believes that those gentlemen left for that destina dricks of Yreka aud Deputy Sheriff Jackson county and willalluw no one to un
lhe men arre-ted at Crescent City are tion this week.
These goods were all purchased by a mem
Seybert he spent some days working ber
our firm from FIRST-CLASS HOUS
The West .''/tore has ag tin made its tho light ones.
Oar j eirnalistif • friend, T. B. Merry, up Iheaffdr, with indifferent success. ES of
in San Francisco and New York, and v.e
will be welcome appearance. It is up to its
lined, Roseburg’s poptil ir mer intends starting a new paper at The The robbers were tracked for a dis will warrant every article and sell them as
cheap for cash as any house in the county.
Tom excels as a tance into the mountains, but all trace
chant, is building an addition to hi* D dies pro long.
We also keep on hand a full stock of
Chewaukeen bis at lad been heard already mammotn warehouse. By the newspaper man, and is destined to
of them was soon lost. It is supposed
from, to the utter disgust of our Re way, he sells general muichan ii>u at mak ; his new ento.rprise A success.
that they are making their way
Major James T. Glenn and J. B coast; and, as they have a considerable 11A R D \V A 11 E, C U T L E R Y, G L ASS W A RE,
Several baptisms occurred at the M
M. Baum was severely injured by a \V hite, of Oakland (Cal.), are back on start, it is hardly probable that they
E Church Sunday last, Rev. L. 11. runaway at Ashland on Sunday l ist. a visit. City life evidently agrees with will be overhauled. Three men sup
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS,
He was on his way here, accompanied them, us they appear to I»« in a fine posed to be them were halted in Jose
The Cmyon road case h is been ar by Mrs. Baum ami W. J. Zimmerman state of preservation. They will re - phine c< unty one day this week, but
gued and Judges Willis and Grzley and famiiv, who luckily escaped.
main a few weeks.
a thorough examination revealed that
have departed hence.
they were not the persons wanted.
“Curly” Webb has had his billiard
R eleased —J>.hn M. and W. R
L arge B and of S heep .—J. R. Wells, Fargo A Co. having lost but a
W. F. Ci'Urtm-y and B. W’. Griffin, table cut down and modeled alter the
Cummings, indicted for an nssaul:
has just returned from the small amount are doing nothing in the
with a dangerous w apon, were arrest with their families, started fur East latest improved style. Chas. Adam?
did the marble-work and J. Lawrence Umpqua valley, where he purchased premises, leaving Mr. Steel to prose
ed on Butte creek and brought to town ern Oregon this week.
3,000 head of wethers. He has also cute the search single-handed and
The family of A . Marks started fur will put on the finishing touches.
on Friday last. In the absenco of ma
purchased a large number in Jackson alone. Several rumors as to their
E R. Roames is the possessor of a
torial witnesses, their cases were con Stockton (Cd), Wednesday where
and Josephine counties, and expects whereabouts are afloat, generallj* vary
promising two year old colt by Scam
tinued and they were admitted to bail they will hereafter reside.
to stall about 9,000 head east of the ing considerably. The mountainous
in the sum of $21)0 each. They gtv<
The County Court has purchased a perdown. It is over fifteen hands high, mountains in a few days. There they character of the country makes it al
the required bonds, with David Crone- dozen cane-bottomed e isy-chairs for fu of g-od form and fine action. We
will be divided into two bands, one of most impossible to effect the capture ol
learn that it will be placed tn training
anyone connected with stage robber
iniller and G. Knrew-ki as sureties, ture jurymen to recline on.
which will be started to the San Fran ies in this section.
Oregon St., Jacksonville.
and were released, to make their ap
An immense immigration has been cisco market atxiut the lath of July
Chai ley M mdsuhein cut his right in
jiearancc at the next term of theCir dex finger severely yesterday, nearly flowing into Oregon this Spring. No ami the other in September next.
G rand J ury R eport .—The Grand
W. J. PLYMALE.
le-3 than fitly wagons have passed Such undertakings as this cannot but Jury empaneled for the June term of
severing it from lhe baud.
W’. ib Patterson, formerly of Big through Lake county eit route for be of great value to this section, as they the Circuit Court made the following
O perations S till P rogressing
Eastern Oregon and Washington Ter relieve the overstocked ranges and report:
aving just received a new
— Frank Ennis, Superintendent of th« Butte, is furnishing Douglas county
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car
bring quite a sum of money into cir
Sterling company’s digging-, inform- with a fine article of lumber.
riages, 1 am now prepared to furnish my
Depositions in the case of the U. S culation here. It is to be hoped that has come before us ami have examined patrons and the public generally with as
ns that there is still an abundance of
Jas. McDonough lost hi- fine mrre,
tho county hospital, jail, officers, etc.,
water, which will doubtless continue Kate Morgan, one day last week. She vs. W. C. Griswold, have hern fin Mr. Cameron will find this project re nnd find them kept and conducted in
some months, Tho water from Glade fell into a shaft near his place.
a business-like manner.
A* cr.U bo had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
defendant’s counsel, left for San Fran
11. R. B rown , Foreman.
horses hired to go to any pari of the country«
creek is not required yet, while there
We have just received another sup
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Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses
ndians in L ake C ounty .—The
i' also a surplus in the main ditch. ply of Copp’s Ilandtiook of Mining
to work single or double. Horses
N ew P ost O ffice .—The petition of
Indians on the reservation in Lake
boarded, and the Is-st of care bestowed upon
There is still some snow on the moun Law. Il is standard authority.
the citizens of Big Butte for a post of them while in my charge.
We have received from Sherman, county are quiet as yet, and there is
tains, that will probably not remain
fice has been heeded and the Postmas ptr MY TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
Matt. Dillon is in receipt nf cham
Hyde & Co , of San Fmncisco, “The every probability that they will re
much longer, as the warm weather
pagne, English ale and porter of lhe
ter-General has ordered the Brownsbor-
Fidgety Wife,” a popular song by Von main so. Wo learn that some of the
A liberal share of the public patronage rs
melts it very fast. A clean-up will best brands. Call and try them. *
ough route extended eight miles fur solicited.
W. J. PLY MA LE.
not be ma le for sometime.
Jas. McDonough has traded his farm just been issued. Fifty cents will pro with tiie Piutes, but they do not seem
BRICK 6 l LIME for SALE
R eal E state T ransactions . — on Louse creek for M. Man?fielJ’b cure a copy.
inclined to follow their fortunes, being weekly mail. The contractor, Pat. Mc
The following transactions have beet) place in W’illow Springs precinct.
The Grand Jury of Grant county has possessed of considerable property, Mahon, will receive $300 additional
compensation, making his contract
recorded since our last:
The annual meeting of the Emetine indicted Wm. Wallace, who killed with the fate of the Modocs still fresh $924 a year.
John Moreland to Jos. Robinson,
BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE
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Quicksilver Mining Co. will be held Samuel Dodge of Warner valley sever in their minds. The resident agents
139.32 acres on Wagner creek. Con
al months ago, of murder in the first at the Klamath and Yainax agencies,
on July 17th. See advertisement.
degree. His trial was progressing at the Reverends Roork, we learn, are tion prevails with many that tive sub-
Henry Carter to Henry Kllppel et
Willie Fehely has finished the brick last accounts.
UNDERSIGNED WOULD HEItE-
rendering themselves unpopular with scription price of the T imes will be in rpiIE
1 by inform the public that he has ONE
al.t certain water privileges at tiquaw for Thatcher A Worden’s new store
The Soda Springs, under the man the settlers in that section by the creased with enlargement. This is a THOUSAND BUSH ELS of superior Jackson
Lake. Consideration, $300.
at Linkville and returned to town.
(’reek Lime for sale cheap. Persons wish
agement ot J. II. Russell and lady, are partiality they manifest toward their mistake. While we propose furnish ing Brick-laying or Plastering done in the
J. N. T. Miller to Clement Sarrail-
W. C. Myer’s Shetland mare foaled destined to be the popular resort dur wards as against the whites.
lett, about six acres in Jacksonville
ing an increased ampuntof matter, the l>est style and at reasonable rates will do
well to call on me. For further information
precinct. Consideration, $186.
a colt the other day, the first in Ore- ing the Summer.
terms will tie the same as at present. impure at the Franco-American Hotel.
L. Chappel to John Miller, 271.17 gon. It will be exhibited at the State provements have been made aud satis
E rrata .—In commenting upon Jas. All we ask is that those indebted square
G. W. HOLT.
acres on Applegate river. Considera
McDonough’s span of trotters last week, up as coou as possible.
faction is guaranteed.
This county failed to receive any we unintentionally make an error as
The people of Lake county were just
John A. Boyer to Chas. Schultz, two
I T eachers ’ E xamination .-E. J. Far-
lots in Jacksonville. Consideration, independent enough to give Hon. D. political honors at tho hands of the to their pedigree. The animals were low, School Superintendent, will hold
I n M asonic B uilding , O regon R t .,
sired by Black Pilot, a Vermont owned i
W. Cheesman 37 votes for Represen people, although having candidates
upon both the Republican and Demo by M. Mansfield, who is confident that
C elebration at F oot ’ s C reek .— tative.
teachers’ certificates on Saturday, June
cratic tickets. This is decidedly an his stallion is the fastest in the State.
Mr. Lewis and family, formerly res off year for old Jackson.
The citizens of Foot’s creek aud vicin
29lh. This is Mr. Farlow’s last quar
They promise to be flyers of no small
ity, never behind on any occasion, will idents of this section, have returned
terly examination, and it will occur at rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE-
The housefly crawls out of hh crev calibre and will probably test tbeir
sires to announce to the public that lie
this place, as will be seen by adver is I now
celebrate the Fourth of July in appro from Idaho and will probably locate at
prepared to'Mll ail orders for cAkoa
ice in the wall, and with wings etifl speed at the Yreka Fair.
of every description, such as wedding cakes,
priate style, excelling all former en Phoenix.
cakes tor parties, wine cakes; also broa n
and feeble begins to practice flying at
deavors. Wm. M. Colvig, E->q., will
F or L ake C ounty .—H. K. Ilanna,
and rye bread, ginger snaps and crackers,
Smith A W’aisman have a force of a mark. In another week he will be I
I t is reported that Win. Bybee, 'fakes
orders on exchange. Prices reasona
deliver the oration, Miss Elsie Emer men engaged in excavating their lot,
E-q., left for Lake county Tuesday, to Sheriff-elect, has appointed II. B. Sey- ble and satisfaction guaranteed.
himself again, and abl6 to hit a man’s
Fresh bread everv day.
son reading the Declaration of Inde preparatory to mining operations in
nose ninety-seven times out of every be tu attendance on the Circuit Court, bert, present Deputy Sheriff, as his
W m . KREUZFR.
pendence, and the Orme Bros, furnish the Winter.
which c^veties next Monday. His own successor.
ing the music for the occasion, while
PRO BONO PUBLICO.
The Star has information that Jas Honor, Judgu Prim, also started for
Fred. Tice has succeeded J. D. Hanks
Jas. G. Birdsey will officiate as Mar
as driver between Rock Point and per Roberts, youngest brother of Geo.
shal of the day. Singing aDd other
KAHLER - CARDWELL — In Jackson rpiIE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTT-
Levens’. Hanks will go to Washing Roberts, stage driver, got into an al light this term.
ville, at the residence of the bride’s pa I tied that I have placed njy notes and
exercises will intersperse the whole,
rents, June 19th, by Rev. L. IL Wells, accounts in the hands of my attorney, H.
tercation with a man in Lake county
T he present warm weather is quite
K. Hanna, with positive instructions to
which will be followed by a fantastic
Kobt. Kahler and Miss Maria Cardwell.
and shot him six times, killing him on favorable for sunsiruke, but it will not
make immcdialtiaiid forced collection in ex-«
[The many friends of the happy couple erv
exhibition of the hoodlums. An im
instance where security is not given.
deter Levinsou A Arrington from fill* offer their congratulations and unite in
mense shaded bower, supplied with a panied by several friends, went up to particulars.
me will do wel 11 to call o | mii Mr. Hanna,
ing any number of orders for the cele
smooth and elastic floor, 36x24 feet, the Soda Springs yesterday. They
without delay, as this is mVlast call. My
upon the sea of matrimony.]
Wm. Wellman, who has been driv
business must be settled !
brated Taber and Packard organs. *
will he erected,making an elegant place
BRESSLER—RAIMEY—In Sam's Valley,
ing between Rock Point and the
JAMES T. GLENN.
June 11th, by Rev. A. D. Morrison, Theo.
for the dance in the afternoon and
Jacksonx-ille, Sept. 9, 1874.
The Indian war is liable to discour Mountain House for sometime past,
A. Bressler and Miss Melvina Raituey.
E nvigoratino aud refreshing is
evening. No pains are to be spared age pleasure expeditions to Lake coun
having secured a mail contract in
Farms for Sale
Jesse Moore’s unequaled pony whisky,
to make the affair a grand success, ty this Summer, although no danger
Eastern Oregon, has gone to assume
which it will surely be. An invita is to be seriously appreheuded in that it. He Is succeeded by Geo. Chase, an which can be had at the New State SKEETERS—On Rogue river, June 15th,
desiring to purchase good farm»
youngest daughter of Isaac and (»race of Person«
Saloon at popular prices.
any «dze willIdo well to enquire of
tion is extended to al|.
Skeeters, aged 1 year, 1 month and 17 days,
JOHN BOLT, Appiedata,
JUNE 21, 187«
AHEAD AS USUAL!!
THE OLD TEMPLE of FASHION
FALL 4 WINTER DRY-GOODS,