The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, June 28, 1878, Image 3

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F^ÏDAY,
JUNE 28, 18’8.
C ounty C ourt .—The new bound of
County Commissioners will meet next*
week for the transaction of business.
It will consist of Hou. Silas J. Day,
■Judge, and Messrs. C. Magruder and
E. K. Anderson, Commissioners.
BRIEF MKS HO*.
PERMISAL SOTES.
A. D. Heald, of Foot’s creek, called
on us yesterday and reports considera­
Very dusty.
Dr. J. B. Robertson and lady, of
ble preparation for the celebration of
Haying about over.
Yreka, were in town this week.
the Fourth there.
Read the new advertisements.
Rev. W. Hurlburt leaves for the M.
Q. N. Anderson informs us that the
E. Conference in a few days.
The glorious Fourth is at hand.
crops in his section are better than ex­
Capt. O. C. Applegate has gone to
County Court to-day and to-morrow. pected. This is generally the case
Lake county to treat with the Indians.
No houses In town to rent for either throughout the county.
Rev. Father Blanchet has returned
love or money.
Dick Ish will make a trip or two for
Ed. Cawley was up from Rock Robt. Garrett, the new contractor on from a pastoral visit to Josephine
Point Tuesday.
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tiie Crescent city route, whose time county.
J. S. Howard returned Wednesday
G. Karewski is shipping lard, bacon commences next week.
aud ham« to Portlaud.
S. Booth and others will not go to from a surveying trip to Josephine
Some of the grain has been cut for Fort Klamath to train their nags for county.
T he Indian ./ar news becomes more
startling each day, but Levison it
Arrington, the agents for the Taber and
Packard organs, will take orders for
those celebrated instruments until “the hay, being a little abort.
Correspondence from all portions of
war is carried into Africa.”
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Southern Oregon solicited.
E nlarged E dition —Tie T imes
The county jail awaits an occupant,
will appear in an enlarged form as
being deserted for sometime.
soon as the new material arrives,
L. G. Ross’ school,near A. W. Stur­
which will probably be week after
ges’, will Hold a picnic to-day.
next. No change in price will occur,
Geo. Stephenson’« Sir Walter will
tho rates of subscription being $3 per
be at Roseburg fur a short season.
annum, as formerly.
Most of the schools throughout the
M ines S old . — We learn that Capt.
country have closed for the present.
Kelly aud others have sold their
The trail from Roseburg to tiie
mining claims on Cayote creek to
Klamath basin is in a good condition.
Portland parties for a large price.
Copp’s Hand-book of Mining Law
These mines are among the best in
Southern Oregon and the purchasers for sale at the T imes office,at $1 acopy.
Legal tenders are firm iu San Fran­
will hud them a good investment.
cisco at 99| buying aud selling at ¡»ar.
T eachers ’ R eport . — Report for
John Miller keeps fi-hing tackle and
quarter b» ginning .March 25th and end­
huntsman’s supplies of the best quality.
ing June 14, 1878:
St. Mary’s Academy closes its tiiird
Num 1 st of days taught.......................... fit)
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attendance................... 8.882 term to-day. A vucaliou will be had.
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absence......................... 1,3*5
Number ot pupils enrolled.................... 21'»
Tiie new county officials assume theii
Average nuiul»er belonging................... 171
respective
pusjilons next Wednes­
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daily attendance..................... 148
J. W. MEitnn r, Principal.
day.
T he S quaw C heek Duren. — II >n
Henry Klippel returned from Squaw
Lake on Monday, where piping i'
about being commenced. Waler was
run through the ditch for the flr't time
on the 22d, with satisfactory result',
few breaks oc.-urring along the line
It is expected that tho giant will be
started in a few days.
R eligious . — Reverends II. W.Strat­
ton, of Pollland, and J. B. Donaldson,
of A'hlnnd, Presbyterian minister.«,
yesterday evening i-ommeuced a serie.'
of meeting« al the M E. Church,whi li
will be continued the balance of the
week, Next Sunday morning, at the
usual hour, Communion services will
be held. A collection for missionary
purposes will also l>e taken up.
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T he S tage R obbery . — Postal
Agent Steel has returned to Portland
and the search for the higliwaymeu
who attacked the stage on the 11 th
will be discontinued f>>r the present.
Several auspicious looking person'
have
sui j4Rted to an examination,
but no clue has as yet been found
The hunt has been made under diffi
cultieeand Mr. Steel’s fjiluie to secure
the culprits is not surprising.
I. O. R. M. E lection .—At a regu­
lar meeting of Orogohian Pocahoutas
Tribe No. 1, Imp. O. R. M , held on
the evening of the 25th, tho following
officers were elected for the ensuing
term: Adam Schmidt, Sachem; L.
Solomon, Senior Sagamore; L. Hubert,
Junior Sagamore; David Cionemilhr,
Chief of Record.'; II. Pape, Keeper ol
Wampum; Representatives to the
Great Council, E. ’J. Foudray, IL K.
Hanna, David Crouemiller, John Cim-
borsky.
O n their T rail .—Sheriff Phil
brook of Trinity county (Cal.), accom­
panied by a Deputy Sheriff from Sha'ta
county, arrived in town this week In
search <»f two criminals charged with
horse-stealing. It was ascertained that
they bad crossed the Roguo river
bridge one day last week, and a dis­
patch from Chief Besser of Portland
gave the further information that one
of them ha<l la-en captured there. The
officers thereupon proceeded to that
place, going by private conveyance to
Roseburg. Jackson county seems to
be infested with criminals at present
though they are nearly all fugitive.'
from justice and do not tarry long.
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I ndians in L ake C ounty —Depu­
ty Sheriff Conn, of Lake county, was
in town this week and reports the In­
dian situation as somewhat critical,
though not necessarily dangerous as
yet. The Klamath Indians do not
seem inclined to be hostile. They are
off the reservation at present, but such
is the ca«e at this time of each year, ¡is
they are now engaged in hunting and
fishing. It is reported that a portion
of the Yftinax Indians have been hold­
ing a powow with some Baunoeks and
’ l’iutes on the eastern end of the reser­
vation, but this cannot be traced to
any authentic source. The report* are
conflicting and not to I h > absolutely re­
lied upon. Precaution is always in or­
der, however.
Geo. Fleming, for several years en-
the Yreka fair, but will construct a
gaged in mining in this section, lias
track near Fort Lane, we learu.
Rev. W. Hurlburt preached his fare­ gone to California to locate.
R. D. Markland, who was formerly
well sermon at the M. E. Church on
Sunday morning last. It was listened foreman of the T imes , holds a regular
to by a large concourse of auditors.
situâtiou on the Oregon ian.
Tiie Emeline Company’s retort is
Judge E.
B. Watson returned
ready for operations, which will soon Wednesday from a visit to the Ump­
commence.
Capt. C'atou is now in qua and Willamette valleys.
town on business connected therewith.
Mr. Julian, from Oakland (Cal.),
Opposition has reduced fare from is in this section looking at tho coun­
Portland to San Francisco down to try. lit/is accompanied by his family.
cabin, $7 OU; steerage, $2 00; freight,
Geo. H. Peek, of Yreka, was in town
$ I 50 per tun. Cheaper than staying at Saturday. He came on a flying busi­
home.
ness visit and went to Ashland the
Considerable prospecting will be
done in Jackson and Josephine coun­
ties this Summer. Several gravel-beds
have already beeu located and more
will be.
same day.
Geo. E. Cole, Postmaster at Portland,
accompanied by his family, passed
through town Tuesday en route from
Washington.
A V igorous P rotest S ent .—It
having been reported that the Snakes
and other Indians on the reservations
in Lake county were about leaving
fc. R. REAMER.
T. G. REAMES.
their boundaries, only aw’aiting the
withdrawal of the troops from Fort
Klamath, Geo. E. Strong, who was ap­
prised of the fact, telegraphed Gov­
ernor Chadwick the state of affairs,
asking that official to forward a protest
against such action to headquarters.
Accordingly, with his accustomed
promptness, Mr. Chadwick forwarded
RF.VIVKP AGAIN AT THF. FOIIMK*
a vigorous protest, of which the follow­
ing is a copy:
STORE OF SACHS BROS
S alem , June 22, 1878,
To Geo. II'. .Vai 'vary, St ■c'y Wart
I rv'pectIuIly protest against the with­
CALIFORNIA STREET,
drawal ot lhe tloops stationed at Klamath
Reservation as a most daug<>rons step, it is
reported to me that iu consefpience of it the
OREGON,
Snake Indians are leaving the Reservation. JACKSONVILLE.
S. F. Cl<AI»WICK,
Governor of Oregon.
BY llE'KIVING 1HÏ
It is to he hoped that lhe authori­
ties will consider the matter forthwith
Largest and Best Selection
and act understand i ugly in the prem­
ises. The presence of Hie troops at
—OF—
Fort Klamath will probably quell any
serious troubles that might otherwise
arise in Lake county, and, as a pre­
cautionary measure, the importance of
FANCY GOODS,
their retention there will fully appbur.
REAMES BROS.
AHEAD AS USUAL!!
THE OLD TEMPLE of FASHION
FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS,
R ich R oc k .—The Fort Lane quartz
ledge, owned by Messrs. McDonough,
Kahler, Fisher, and others, is now be­
ing prospected, with superior results.
About 200 pounds of rock has been
taken out, which is fabulously rich.
Dan. Fisher, one of the proprietors, in­
forms us that out of nineteen pounds
of ore over $160 in gobi were pounded
out and considerable still remained in
the crushing*. They are now. en­
gaged in crushing tho balance, which
contains fully as much of tho precious
metal on an average. We were shown
some of the rock and can testify to its
richness, as it requires no microscope
to detect the gold which is scattered
profusely throughout. The ledge Is
continually improving,being now about
eight inches in width. This is un­
doubtedly one of the richest quartz
di'Coveri's known to the world, and,
if the vein continues to develop as it
promises to, several fortunes are as­
sured.
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTH, ETC,
IUE CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
The voters of Uniontown school dis­
» ! ladies to lhe tact that we have now oil
J. B. White and family left for Fort
hand the largest and best selected assort­
trict will hold a meeting on July Olli Klamath on Monday last, where they
ment <>t LADIES’ DRESS GOODS and FAN­
CY GO< >1 IS of every description in Southern
for the purpose of electing a director will make a brief visit before return­
Oregon, and we will henceforth make thia
vice R. S. Armstrong, removed from ing to Oakland.
line of goods our specialty and sell them at
the district.
Daniel Cronemiller has returned
Prices to Suit the Times.
Wm. Chapman, of Kerbyville, was fium (¡rave creek and reports the min
l he Brass B mil will appear iu a
To the gentlemen we will say, if you
want a No. 1 SUIT OF CLOTHES you mu»l
new aud nobby uniform uu lhe Fourth in town yesterday. He is extensively ing season as closed. Work on the
goto Kearnes Bros, to buy it, as we claim to
engaged in tiie sheep business and sold ditch is still progressing.
of July.
have the beet STOCK OF CLOTHING in
Jackson county and willallow noonetoun-
several
hundred
head of wethers tu J.
Wm. M. Turner and U. S. Hayden
J. 1^. Cameron has returned from
dersell us.
R. Cameron.
These goods were all purchased by a mem­
started tor Josephine county the other
Josephine cuuuly with a tine baud of
ber
of our firm from FIRST-CLASS HOUS­
The mail for Linkville from Yitka • lay. They have located placer claims
welhers.
ES in San Francisco and New York, and we
will warrant every article and sell them as
We learn that Rev. B. Wistar Mor­ will hereafter leave on Monday. Chas, opposite Kerby ville, which are said to
cheap tor cash as any house in the county.
We also keep on hand a full stock of
ri-», Bi'hop, will pay this place a vi-nt Roth, who has the contract for carry- prospect finely.
it»g
tiie
same,
has
sublet
it
to
Geo.
ere long.
Lieut. Geo. S. Hoyle was aboard the
GROCERIES,
Otto, of ¥rcka.
stage when it capsized the other day
Lin made another clean-up at his
11A ROW A RE, CUTLERY, G LASSW A R K,
Thu Aliluu Fruit Dryer
and received some severe injuries, in
Uuioutuwn diggings on Tuesday last,
at Sheriff’s sale to-ni »rrow. An ad­ i consequence of which he has been
CROCKERY,
realizing $2,fi(»0.
ministrator’s sale of real estate will al relieved from reporting at Walla Walla
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS,
Emil DeRohoam has sold his resi­
so occur on the same dale, See uo- ' and ordered to join bis company at
dence to John Enos and will build an­
Etc. Etc.
lives elsewhere.
G rave C reek D itch . — Alxntt
Fort Klamath. He passed through
other immediately.
us a call ami judge for yourselves as
three milt s of this enterprise, in which to Give
Wiley Parker was thrown from hi' ■ town en route yesterday.
our
capacity
of furnishing goods as above.
Kahler A Bro. ¡eceived more new
“The proof of the pudding is eating it.”
a large number of our citizens are in­
wagon tiie other day, but sustained
T he C elebration .—Preparations
REAMES BROS.
goods this week, including ail assurt-
terested, has been completed and op­
no serious injuries (though one of the
ire being made to celebrate the Fourth
meut ol tine cutlery.
erations are still progressing. It is
wheel* passed over his head), as the
of
July in appropriate style here,
B. Guilbert, of Yreka, is furnishing
expected that a larger force of men
vehicle was not loaded.
which will doubtless make it a ver$
this muikct with sudu water. Il cuu
Herman 1 lelmsand Henry Pape Went pleasant ulfair. The exercises w ill con- will be put to work ere long, with a
be found at Pape's.
up to the ice-house on tiie Dead Indian 'i't of an oration by Prof. J. W. Mer­ view of completing the ditch as soon as
possible. The company owns a vast
The livery stables are rep linking road yesterday to make arrangement-
"EXCELSIOB”
ritt, reading of the Declaration ot lu- area of aome of the best diggings in
and otherwise improving their rigs I for supplying the public with this lux
depundence by Miss Annie Bilger, tliis section, and water is all that is
fur tho Fourth ot July.
ury during lhe heated term.
music by tile Jacksonville Bras i Baud,
necessary to prove them such. The
Hughes Bros, returned from Lake
Jacksonville, Ashland, Fool’s creek, singing, etc. In lhe afternoou the ju­ ditch will be over twenty-two mil a
County Tuesday and report no hostili­ Eagle Point and other places in the veniles will engage iu athletic con­
Oregon St., Jaeksonvill«,
long
when
completed,
with
paying
ties commenced as yet.
county will celebrate lhe coming tests for purses, which will no doubt
diggings along nearly its entire length. W. J. I’LY M A LE,
PROPRIETOR.
Langley A Watkins last season Fourth. Several precincts have not be quite interesting. The procession
It is to be hoped that this undertaking
cleaned up $1,200 in the old Reed „ecu heard from on the subject.
will form at tliu Court House at nine will be successfully carried through,
claim on Jackson creek.
S, I’. Hanna recently put up a first- o’clock a . M. and proceed to Bybee’s as it will prove ot immense benefit to
aving just received a new
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car­
Southern
Oreg
>n.
Grove,
where
the
day
’
s
entertainment
class
coach
for
M.
Colwell,
who
will
The steps leading to the school-house
riages, I am now prepared to furnish my
I
patrons and the public generally with a«
yard promise an interesting item in put it on the route between Ashland trauspires. Tho bull at Veil’s hull iu
.T ait , B reaking in I owa —
the
evening
,
wnich
promises
to
be
a
aud Linkville. From Linkville to
the shape of an accident.
FINE TURNOUTS
A jail delivery occurred at Keokuk,
tine affair, will close lhe festivities,
Dr. W. Jackson has returned from Lakeview the mail will be carried Ol
Iowa,recently, and as Galvin, for whom As can be had on the Pacific Const. Nndflle
Every body is invited to attend and be
hired to go to any- part of the country.
Linkville and can hereafter be found horseback.
T. B. Kent lias a requisition, was horses
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horne«
merry.
by
An
Indian
girl,
M
iry
Man-field
at his oilice in this place.
among the number, it is supposed that broke to work single or double. Horses
ami the best of care bestowed-upon
name,
committed
suicide
at
Linkville
P robate C ourt .—The following he too escaped. Some of the culprits hoarded,
We learn that a petition for the an­
them while in my charge.
nexation of Josephine county to Jack- on tiie IStli by shooting herself through proceedings have occurred since our were recaptured; but whether he is
rdTMY TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
the heart. Unrequited love is assign- last:
sou is again in circulation.
among the number has not been as­
♦
ed as the reason fur the commission ol
A liberal share of t he public patronage ia
John Ashpole was appointed admin certained.
Tliu Star announces the report that
solicited.
W. J. PLYMAIX
the rash act.
istrator ol lhe estate ol John 1‘. Baker >
N ote .—Since the above was In type
a Roseburg nine will be here on the
Quite a number from this place deceased. Henry R. Blown, Lewis we learn that Mr. Kent is on his way BRICK &. LIME for SALE
Fourth of July as a mistake.
will celebrate the Fourth al Fool’s McDaniel aud 11. T. Severance wure back with his man
John Bonham, who is now assistant
appointed appraisers of said estate.
—AND—
creek. The celebration will doubtless
In tliu mailer of tiie estate of Hen­
engineer of Get. Grotz’ Kerby vide sa­
S tage U pset .—The stage going
be a fine affair. Full particulars can ry Cromer, deceased. Order made au­
loon, was in town Ibis week.
be gleaned from the large posters ap­ thorizing Sarah Cromer, administra­ north on the 17th upset about four BRICK-LAYING &, PLASTERING
The
The heated term has caused a rush propriately issued fur tliu occasion. trix, to sell curtain real estate belong­ miles this side of Roseburg,
ing
to
said
estate.
tongue
of
the
vehicle
had
previously
to Matt. Dillon's, who keeps the best
A Second Adventist held fortli on
UNDERSIGNED VVOI’LD HERE-
G. Karewski w as appointed adminis­ been broken near Myrtle creek and a rpiIE
brands of liquid refreshments.
1 by inform the public that he has ONE
our streets on Sunday and Monday
trator of tliu estate ot Jos. Rath, de­ rail substituted, which was the cause '¡'11( >1 SAN 1» BUSI I ELS of superior Jackson
Pbteiiix is steadily improving, sev­ evenings last. 11 is singingand preach ceased.
Creek Lime for kale cheap. Persons wish­
of the accident, as the Ntage could not ing Brick-laying or Plastering dofte in the
eral new houses having been built ing were duly appreciated by the
best style an<l at reasonable rates will <1o
C ase T ranseerred .—We learn be well managed rigged up thus. Sev­ well to call on me. For further information
hoodlums, who were out in force; but
there since lhe tirat of the year.
whether his efforts were productive ol that the case of Win. Wallace, charged eral passengers were aboard, but fortu­ inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
G. W. HOLT,
A foot-bridge has been built across any good the deponent sailli nut.
with the killing of Samuel Dodge in nately none were seriously injured. A.
Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 187.'».
Daisy creek, near Smith A Waisman’s
The team attached to the stage go- Warner Valley, has been transferred Baird was driving at the time, but no
shop, by Commissioner Young.
blame can be attached to him.
NEW BAKERY,
ing north on the 15th became unman­ to Lake county and will probably
T. G. Reames has been re-elected as ageable and attempted to run away come up at the present term of the
C oming .—A. P. Flaglor, of Eureka I n M asonic B uilding , O regon R t .,
I). G. M. of the Masonic Grand Lodge, while going down Robert's hill, but Circuit Court there. It was ascertain­
(Cal.), a first-class photographer, will
JACKSONVILLE, OCR.
w hich recently met at Portiuud.
was checked by one of the wheel-horses ed that the killing was dona in Lake be in Jacksonville ere long, well sup»-
And atill they come. The subscrip­ falling down aud the fore-wheel instead of Grant county, which ac­ plied with apparatus and prepared to
tion list of lhe T imes has increased passing over him, causing his death. counts for these proceedings. Binger take pictures in the highest styleof the rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE-
I sires to announce to the public that he
Smith <fc W lisman have made some Hermann, of Roseburg, passed through art. Mr. Flagler's reputation is well is now pr<‘pared to till all orders for cake«
nearly loo tuples since Januuiy 1st.
of every »h-seription, such as wedding cake«,
Marl. Angel is first lieutenant of the substantial improvements in tiie mode town this week en route to Lakeview, established wherever he is known and cakes for parties, wine cakes; Also brown
and rye Viread, ginger snaps and cracker«.
“Lilin Uuuiily Rifles,” a military or­ of raising dirt from their drift. A where he goes to assist in the prose­ he guarantees satisfaction.
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TakesOrilers on exchange. Price« reasona­
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gangway
and
car
have
been
put
in
and
cution.
ganization leceully formed al Aiouiiy.
ble and satisfaction guaranteed.
J esse M oore ’ s unequaled pony
Fresh bread every »lav.
steam is used in hoisting. They pro­
A trip to Klamath Lake is ¡»reposed
W m .’ KREt’ZFR.
F
inger
-
boards
B
ut
U
p
.
— The whisky is establishing a world wide
pose to continue operations on a large
on Fourth ut July by parlies from Link­ scale and are now washing the dirt
County Court has recently put up reputation and meeting with unprece­
PRO BONO PUBLICO
ville and other points in Lake county. with water from the shaft.
guide-board*' at the fork* of the dented sales everywhere.
II. L.
Pat. McMahon is building a barn
The Portland Hee says that W. A. public road* within the county, which Webb, at the New State, keeps it con­ rpiIE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTI-
1 tied tliat 1 have placed iny notes and
on bis premises in town. He will McPherson was arrested at Eugene will prove of great convenience. stantly ou hand.
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accounts in the hands of my attorney, H.
cotutueuce his mail contract on lhe 1st Gity for libel, at the instance of J. B. Public notice is given in our advertis­
K. Hanna, with positive instructions to
C
rowded O ut .—The official return' make immediate and forced collection in ev­
prox.
Underwood, ex-Postal Agent. 'lhe ing columns, attention being called to
ery instance where security is nut given.
of Lake county, which we intended
Those knowing themselvee inoebted fo
matter
grew
out
of
the
publication
of
ft
the
liability
incurred
in
defacing
or
Superintendent Farlow will hold a
to present in tabular form this week, me will »io well to call upon Mr. Hanna,
public examination of applicants tor letter written to that paper by Me tearing down these hoards, tho law in
w ithout <lelay, as this is my last call. My
are
unavoidably
omitted.
They
will
business must lie settled !
relation
to
which
will
be
strictly
en
­
teachers’ certificates in Jacksonville Pherson, chaiging Underwood with
JAMES T. GLENN.
appear
next
week,
however.
forced.
to-day.
Jacksonville, Sept, ft, 1874.
serious offences while in his official
BORN.
S an F rancisco W ool M arket .—
Depositions in the case of Kano vs. capacity. The /»’<><• add* that McPherson
Farms for Sale.
was released upon making affidavit The following are the latest quotations:
Fisher, suit for the possession of a par­
TK’E—In Heber's Grove, June 24lh, to tho
that he wrote the letter at the dicta­
wile ot John R. Tice, a son.
Dull; northern free. 236C24; burry, 206,22;
Persons desiring to pnrcbaee good farms
cel of land, were taken this week by tion of Ben Simpson and Collector
southern free, lt>6».ls; hurry, 126*1»»; East­ GILSON—On Sterling, June 21st, to the wife of any size will do well to enquire of
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the Clerk.
I ern • ‘regon, l.'i(<tl7‘i; valley, 206,.23.
I of Thos. H. Gilson, a son.
Kelly.
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon,
LIVERY STABLE
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LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,