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KHI KF BEFEBENCtk
MI SIX W NEWS.
We are informed that there is considerable
NEW THIS WEEK.
correspondence goin^t on through our post office
under fictitious names. I|xik out, girls, this
L. J. Powell, Sujierintendent of Public In
Overland travel is increasing.
as will be seen by the annexed no
MAY 2, 1879.
Stages are arriving ahead of time.
The well-known Wilton Troupe will give a run the water through their ditch the first of tice he has sent to Superintendent Fourtain of In the matter of the estate of Cyrus H. Odd Fellow»’ Building, Jacksonville, Oregoi,
this county, has called a teachers’institute, to
C ounty C ourt .—The May term of the Pro
Pickens, Sen., deceased.
performance in this place next Wednesday U , .. ee».
bate and County Commissioners’ Courts will
is hereby given that
M. Meusor’s grand clearance sale still con evening, on which occasion the “Irish Orphans'’
E<1. Rancky writes us that promising dig
has lieen appointed
be held next week.
gings have lieen discovered on Dutch creek, in
DEALER & WORKER IK
by the County Court of Jackson county,
of the Jacksonville district school have lieen Oregon, sitting in probate, Administrator
Blanks of every description for sale at the
Those iu quest of furniture should not fail the Briggs’ creek region.
R kturnrd .—Judge Hanna and the attorneys
the estate of Cyrus H. Pickens, Sen., de
to give D. Linn a call. He keeps an excellent
The Sterling Company expects to have an appointed a committee to arrange a programme ot
in attendance on the Circuit Court for Jose- T imes office.
The Spring fights ami races opened in Table assortment on hand ami is in constant receipt ample supply of water for all purposes for the for this occasion, which will soon be announced.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
phine county returned last Wednesday, The
I Institutes are conducive to a deal of good and quested to settle the same immediately, and TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc.
of the latest and most elegant jiattems.
' ensuing two or three months.
Rock precinct last week.
docket being light, was soon cleared.
we hope that those who feel an interest in our those having claims against the estate will
Daley A Co. of Ashland have lieen awarded
0. Harbaugh, who returned from Josephine educational affairs will give more attention present them with the proper Touchers to
Grob A Ulrich have just received a fresh
F rom L ake C ounty .—A- Langell, of Ijin-
me at my residence in Table Rock precinct,
contracts for putting up several buildings dur county last week, reports the news from Briggs’
supply of cheese and oysters.
than is usually liestowed tothcone nowprojxised Jackson c«mnty, Oregon, within six months
gell’s valley, is in town. He informs us that
ing the present year. They are excellent me and Silver creeks as of a rather favorable na
the residents of Like county have ceased de
chanics and deserve a liberal patronage.
E. P. PICKENS,
The following is Mr. Powell’s address:
pending on communication with the outside day, it being the first of May,
of said estate.
The Jacksonville Dramatic Association takes
The Palmer Creek Company' made a final To T eachers and S chool O fficers :
world by mail.
Dated May 2, 1879.
That peripatetic humbug, the “rubber stamp
occasion to rentier thanks for the liberal pat clean-up last week and have sus|iended mining ' \our attention is hereby called to the session
F ine P rinting .—Wedding invitations and
ronage accorded and good-will manifested by operations for this season. They will proba
sonville, Jackson county, Oregon, on the 22d, NEW STATE HOTEL,
Ed. DePeatt, of Ashland, is erecting a place the public at the recent entertainments.
cards, calling cards, catalogues, pamphlets and
bly resume work on the lower bars next AVin- I l 23d ami 24th days of May, 1879. Every teach-
every description of fancy printing promptly of business in conjunction with Harris A Neil.
. er and every person proposing to teach during
“It s no use talking, mother, I just can’t, ter.
executed in the highest style of the art and at
A daughter of John G. Van Dyke,
can’t make this ohl thing work.” “Well, nev
We learn that E. F. Walker A Co. have the
| distance of the place of meeting, ought to at c. w. SAVAGE,
San Francisco prices at the T imes office. A A e land, aged about nine years, died on
er mind, my dear; we’ll take it down to Mr. ditch leading from Clark creek to their mines tend and participate in its work and share its
only ask a trial.
Feathers and trade it «iff for a new Singer.” *
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OP STOVES
on Grave creek completed and the pipe place I lienefits. No teacher can fail to receive great
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R eligious A ppointments .—Rev. J. R. N.
ure in announcing that he has fi'ted up
I this true of the young, inexperienced teacher.
Bell, Presiding Elder of Jacksonville District, panted by their ladies, were in town on Saturday emy to the M. F,. (. hurch is said to lie unfound aliout to commence.
School officers, and friends of the educational and thoroughly renovated the New State
ed, though negotiations in progress may finally
Claims are being relocated on the Yank and work generally, are cordially invited to meet building tor hotel purposes and that the
M. E. Church, South, has made the following last.
H. L. AA’elib has gone to Josephine county, give control of the pniperty to that denomina other quartz ledges at Galice creek. The visit with us and assist in every way possible to house is now open for the reception of
appointments: Third Sunday in May, Illinois
our common school system most efficient guests.
recently paid that section by Messrs. McNevin make
Valley, Josephine county, quarterly meeting; where he intends engaging iu mining
for good to the commonwealth. The executive
J. S. Howard lias added a neat show-case to and Chadwick has caused considerable of a com mi tee has arranged a good programme, and Will be constantly supplied with the best POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
fourth Sunday, Antelope, Jackson county, quar prises.
The first oranges of the season were receive«l his mercantile establishment and has alto made furore and quartz is again attracting much at made other necessary arrangements to insure the market affords. Meals can be obtained
the success of the Institute. School directors at all hours.
other noteworthy improvements. Ihin’t fail tention.
Fuse and Caps,
F or the F lowery K ingdom .—A Chinaman by Jas. Drum last week; but they were soon to give him a call if you desire bargains iu his
could not do a lietter thing for their schools
The beds are now and kept clean and no
in the employ of the Grand Applegate Com
on Rogue river, recently made a another satis tute, even without requiring them to make up isfaction in every particular.
Jos. Hess, w hose arm w as amputated recent
pany was drowned in the Big Applegate last
The Board of Trustees met last Tuesday factory clean-up. Water is failing ami they for the time spent in attendance.
Tuesday while attempting tocross that stream ly, is recovering and w ill soon be able to lie evening; but, beside the passage of an ordi
owf . i . l ,
Wooden and Willow Ware
will soon be compelled to ojierate with one
Sup't Public Instruction.
in a boat in company with a cousin w ho was about again.
nance regulating the punishment of disorderly pipe only. The company expects to take out
rescued with difficulty. The accident was at
AA’m. Spangler started for Reading this week conduct, no business of importance was trans
$10,000 this season.
M ay -D ay F estivities .—The celebration in
tributable to their awkwardness in handling with a load of produce he intends disposing of
place yesterday was a very pleasant affair.
llobb, Eekelson A Co., at the Hamilton dig
on the road.
H. I’. Deskins informs us that the rocks gings, have brought their reservoir into service, Though the weather was rather disagreeable,
There is a deal of travel over the Centennial which heretofore obstructed the Rogue river by which they will lie enabled to continue a fair attendance was nevertheless present.
F or S alem .—Dr. Robinson and wife and
Miss Angie L. Ford left Jacksonville for Salem bridge across Rogue river, which is in first-1 road have lieen removed and teamsters will mining operations several hours per day for at The initiatory exercises, which were novel and
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS
on Tuesday morning last. This trip is attempt class condition.
find that thoroughfare in excellent traveling least atnonth longer. They made another partial interesting, occurred at the Court House, the
ed for the lienefit of .Mrs. Robinson’s health,
Mrs. Capt. Ferree, of Lake county, who has condition.
clean-up last week and realized about $000. main feature being the crow ning of the Queen
which has lieen quite poor for sometime past. been making an extended visit East, retumeil
The grounds Messrs. Beekman and Linn of The ground now being worked is of an excel of May, Miss Carrie Beekman, by the May II7E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW
We trust that we may be able to announce home the other day.
fered the citizens of Jacksonville a pcqietual lent character and promises well.
King, Andrew Hubbel,who delivered a neat ad »I and complete stock of Millinery goods,
the early convalescence of the lady and the
AV. H. Leeds, Dr. Taylor, Corlies Merritt lease of for public park purjxises are now living
McDonough, Kahler A Co., of the Fort I^ne dress in presenting the crown. The queen was
speedy return of Dr. Robinson to this place. and J. S. Eubanks, Jr., of Ashland, made us a cleared and ¡mt in order by those gentlemen
diggings, made a final clean-up last week and
Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hose,
realized about $150. Near $800 have been tak tie Jones, Nellie Luy, Celia Brown, Katie RIBBONS,
I n S alem .—Ex-Governor Chadwick, who has pleasant visit yesterday.
S. S. Huntley, to whom the contract for
Hand, Irene Danforth, Ida Fisher, Della Card-
Several interesting communications are carrying the mails from Ashland to Lakeview en out of these mines during the past season.
been on an extended tour through Southern
and Carrie Stevenson, who joined in the song
Oregon examining quartz mines, has returned crowaled out this week, but will appear ill the was originally let, is expected here before When we consider that the proprietors were
unable to work more than a few weeks, with a (
to his home in Salem. The “Standard” says next issue of the T imes .
long. He comes on business connected with the limited supply of water, it is apparent that the sion of the coronation. The young ladies were
that he represents California capitalists and
Smith A AVaisman, having alxiut worked out Colwell affair.
will soon pay another visit to the mines, and their "round on Rich gulch, will suspend mining i The strawberry season will probably be the ground is rich; and there is also quite an area ly appreciate the situation. A procession was
I have secured the services of a First-class
if satisfied with the outlook will purchase operations in a few days.
then formed under the direction of FL D.
occasion <>f a festival, under the auspices of the
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
Hay A Magruder have sus|>emled work on
claims and work them on an extensive scale
S. AV. Kilgore and his newly-wedded w ife ladies of the Presbyterian Church of this place,
Foudray, Marshal of the Day, which, after
with the most approved machinery.
ing promptly and in superior style.
left Ashland yesterday ou a bridal tour to San in aid of the edifice that denomination intends their diggings on the northwest side of Gold marching through the principal streets, pro
Hill for tlm present. They realized alxmt $25
N ew T erm .— E. T. Kugler, instructor in
UuLLiiumuuu mm uuuiuu iiuaunui uuiuw.
per day with their hydraulic while water was
Band. The school children were out in full
J. Q. AVillits returned fnmi Roseburg! There will lie races at Yreka on the Ith ami
music, will close his third term to-morrow.
abundant. A survey of the ditch this company force, each one supplied with a bouquet of
Call and see them at the building former TN CONNECTION AVITH THE ABOVE,
May 3d. The fourth term will commence on AA’ednesday, havingrecei veil a telegram aniiounc- | 5th of July. A. 1». Richards, under whose intends running from Sam's creek to its dig
ly occupied by Dr. Robinson on California 1 I am receiving and have constantly on
management they will lie c«>ndncte«l, lias raise<l gings, a distance of three miles.has been made, fl iwers. At the Grove an excellent address, street.
M onday, May 12th. Mr. Kugler has estab ing the illness of his wife.
hand a lull and first-class stock of
lished the following scale of prices: Single les The teaming season has opened. Several t the necessary funds and the races will come which will be rea*ly for next Winter’s opera appropriate to the occasion, was delivered by
llobt. A. Miller. '1’lie assemblage was next
sons, $1.50 each; per term of twenty-four les teamsters have started for Roseburg ami Reau* off w ithout fail.
tions. The gentlemen conducting this enter favored with several favorite airs by the Band
sons, 824. His classes have liecn large ing «luring tile past few days.
Cameron A Ingram’s band of sheep furnishes prise are favorably impressed with the pros- when dinner was announced. Foot-races,
base-ball, archery, etc., for prizes completed
and he is meeting with success in his endeavors
I The growing vegetation gives our valley an instances of fecundity that arequite iiotewortliy. peets.
the programme tor the day; but an unfortu
DRY GOODS, Gum Beote, TOBACCO,
to furnish the public musical instruction of a
Six of the ewes are the mothers of fifteen
UIl'.’.: sually beautiful ap|iearance.
Ab. Giddings returned from Josephine coun nate runaway accident marred the afternoon’s Th.e Th.orough.bred Stallion
lambs, one L-aring four, another three and the ty last Tu isd.iy and w ill resume his position amusement. The managers of the celebration
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A « the roads are improving rapi*lly,the Stage !
have every cause, to congratulate themselves
A ttempted R obbery .—An attempt to burg Company will probably commence running on balance two each.
with the O A C. Stage Company. He visited upon
the success attending their efforts, for
The Roseburg “Star" understands that 1‘rof. Silver and Briggs' creeks, of which sections he the event eclipsed all preceding ones.
larize the mercantile establishment of Wim *r Summer time in a few weeks.
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc, EU.
A Son at Waldo was made last Friday night.
Skidmore, formerly of Ashland, lias taken the does not give the most flattering account. Ab.
K ;ep your m mey at home by patronizing
The would-be burglar was evidently interrupt the T imes office, where all kinds of job-work i contract for ¡¡erforining the mechanical work believes tl.e latter is the l>est of the two, but
ed in his operation*, as he had made considerable
on S. Abraha n’s brick building at that place says prospectors tin I both of them hard to
exhibit is published by order
is neatly execute I at panic prices.
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
for the sum of $8,(KM).
headway wlu-n he abandoned his work. A
work rm account of boulders, which exist in
le Dramatic Association, and
(Jive nm a call.
half-breed Indian from Happy Camp, who had
Beall, Alford A Tallent of Eden precinct have unlimited quantities. The road is still lined
Jacksonville, Feb. 18,1875.
been lurkiug about the premises, was arrested placo in Sam's valley ami will conduct the purchased of C. C. Kuney a late improved with expectants ami very few have left, nearly
two entertainments recently 1 will make the ensuing season, com
mencing April 1st ami ending July 1st, as
ou suspicion and had his case rui’erred to the post office at that point hereafter.
Buffalo Fitts’ Challenge thresher,
Ceo. AA’. Isaacs of Butte creek will drive a stacker an*I separator. '1 hey will lie ça ly thoroughly. The snow has disappeared from
G rami Jury iuseasiouat Kerbyville the Monday
Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at
ban I of 200 head of cattle east of the moun ! for busincsss when harvest approaches.
Silvt r creek, ami prospecting is now piogress-
the stable of J. W. Manning in Jacksonville,
and t lie remainder of the week al our stable
tain i alxiut the middle of this month.
F. Hclier and -I. Walz, between whom a
A gricultural I mplements .—U. C. Kun-y,
near Fort Lane.
Chinese immigration has set in toward Ash i partnership has existed for several years past,
We learn of additional particulars concern
the genial traveling agent, is still in our midst
DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE.
land. At least three of the “Children of the | ! divided their property this week. It is said ing the incorporation of a company to develop
prepared to supply the farmers with every de
I’EBDovvN is a beautiful dark bay, lfi
Cor. California and 4th Sie.
high, seven years old this Spring,
I that the latter lias serious intentions in view, the ixteamboat ledge which Messrs. Cook
scription of agricultural implements. He rep Suu” will open a laundry there soon.
A Herd have been prospecting for some time
Geo. A. Steel, Postal Agent, was in this which will account for the dissolution.
resents the well-known house of Knapp. Bur
in the State. He was bred by Theo. Win
rell A Co., Portland, whose reputation for
ters, of California, and was s ¡nil by Norfolk.
Flugene Walrod exhibited AV. C. Myers
(See Norfolk's pedigree.) His first dam is rnilE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
furnishing the best goods at moduratc prices affairs connected w ith his department.
“Arabian Boy" in town last week. This ani- whom are residents of this county, viz: B. F.
“Nettie W.,” by “Belmont;” second dam 1 spectfully inform their friends and the
Corn fr«im the catacombs of Egypt has lieen ! tnal is a beautiful representative «if the I’erch-
is established. Mr. Kuney will remain a few
“Lady Davis,” by “Red Bill.” (See Stud public generally that they have purchased
Biok.) The same authority gives “Lady the aliove establishment, which will be
days longer, and those desiring anything in planted by George Jackson, of Sam's valley, eron ami Arabian breeds of horses and his and Jas. Herd. The others will probably be
Davis” as the dam of “Dashaway,” “Bean henceforth conducted under their constant
his line should give him a trial, for he guaran and will yield eighty bushels to the acre.
handsome form ami color attracted general
” and “Richmond,” all by “Bel personal supervismn, and they guarantee
' stock is placed at $250,01)0, three-fifths of which
Jacksonville Lodge N<». 10, I. 0. 0. F., will I ; tention.
satiafacl cn to all who may favor them with
T erms ; —For the season, $35. Grain ami their patronage.
probably celebrate its anniversary, which oc-1 The New State Hotel is now in running or- will lie put on the market for the purpose of
B ask B all .—The Jacksonville Base Ball Club curs next August, in an appropriate manner. ! der ami seems to be receiving a very fair share raising funds to work the ledge with. Mr.
G2 $ 78 75 other marketable produce taken at cash
These stables are centrally located, and
prices. \-9„Pasluiaue furnished.
within convenient distance of the various
reorganize* 1 for the season last Saturday by the
BOOTH A (’LOUGH.
' of the public patronage. The proprietor, Mr.
houses of public entertainment. Horae«
election of the following officers: President, ; Uhurtner’s brewery at Jerome Prairie has i Savage, is a landlord of experience ami will of the slice *ss of the enterprise ami promises
mules will lie Ixiarded and cared for at
The balance lias lieen placed
Chas. Nickell; Vice President, C. D. Cardwell;
moderate charges. They have one of the
! ■ spare no pains to give entire satisfaction. Read interesting developments before long.
C. C. Beekman, awaiting future disposition.
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south ot
Secretary, Win. Mensor; Treasurer, Chas.
I his card elsewhere.
T he G riswold C ase .—Judge Sawyer on
Prim; Executive Committee, W. G. Kenney,
R eal E state T ransaction ».—The follow I-« the place to go for anything in the
W. A. Hamilton of Del Norte county, April 22*1 announced his opinion in the case of
F. M. Overbeck, AV. W. Cardwell. First and
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
i Cal., arrived by Garrett’s express on Friday last AA’. C. Griswold, plaintiff in error, against the ing transactions in real estate have been record hardware line. H»* has a large and
■econd nines will lie organized immediately, visability of using electric light in the factory.
and proceede«! to .Ashland the next day. His United States, reversing the case and remand ed since the last issue of the 1 imes :
With single or double teams, for hire on rea
and the Club will then lie prepared to issue and
Dr. A. W. Gamble, formerly a resident of
Rhoda T. T'Vault to G. II. Aiken, lot in Sport ing M iteri 11, and in fact every sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses
t business here is in connection with the settle- ing it to the District Court. The|xiints decid
receive challenges. The ensuing base ball sea this place, but now of Healdsburg, Cal., was a
thing from an Anvil to a
and Mules, which will he hired to go to any
* ment of the estate of the late AA'esley Mitchell, ed by Judge Sawyer briefly stated are as fol Jacksonville,
D. N. Birdsey am
part oi the country at moderate rates.
son bids fair to be more interesting than any passenger on the ill-fated “Great Republic.’
who was his brother-in-law.
lows: In a civil case in which the right to recov 18.37 acres in Ilock.
Animals bought and sold, and broke to
M. Hanley, A. Carlton, (’has. Jones ami J.
saddle or harness.
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The I. 0. 0. F. Grand Lodge will meet at er depends on the question whether thedefeml- eration, 8270.
J. A. CARDWELL.
Schietlelin ami wife to D. N. Birdsey, Key. 1I«‘ sells at LESS than Bedrock
A nother B rick eor A shland .—Me are in Bradley w ill start aliout tiOO hca*l of «kittle for Albany on May 20th, on which «iccasiou the aut has committed a crime, the crime must be
prices FOR (.-ASH, ami all those pur
formed by parties residing in Ashland that Grant county from Butte creek alxiut the 15th new Odd F’ellows’ temple at that place will proven licyond a reasonable doubt. Second, the eration, 81.
Building Ilirdxvire, Tools of
Messrs. Helman, Fountain, Inlow ami Farlow, inst.
lie dedicated. K Kubli ami John A. Boyer
who own lots in the burnt district, will proba
B. F. Dowell returned from Kerbyville are representatives from Jacksonville Lodge principal, when crime is subject of inquiry, un acres in Applegate precinct. Consideration, every kind, Paints, Gias-», Cordage,
bly join together and build a substantial brick Wednesday, where he has been attending No. 10. An impressive affair is anticipated. | less the defendant has actual knowledge of the 82,000.
John Williams to Minerva Williams, prem
structure next Summer. It is also reported Court. He will leave for Portland
Postmaster Muller has informed the Post
that the Odd Fellows of that place have the days.
C. ('. Brogan to Robb, Eckelsou A Co., his
Office Department that the establishment of tried before Judge Dead y, the first trial result interest
in the Hamilton diggings. Consider
project of adding another story to the above
That he is determined to tinder-ell any
The season of tramps has arrived. Many of mail service between Rock Point and
mentioned building in view. AA e trust these
one in the market, and p«M>plo u l:o
these nuisances have already made their ap- F«xit's creek would lxi of accommodation to the oud in a verdict against Griswold for $35,000.
surmises may prove to lie well founded, for
The reversal of the case by Judge Sawyer will
R ock P oint B ridge .—The contract for wish Cutlery, (Quartz or Spy G'as-es, mills WELL-KNOWN MARKET, OP-
pearance and more may be expected at any
auch’ improvements will add much to the ap
I posite Kahler A I’m.'s drug-More, is
pect to hear of some steps being taken in the make other proceedings in the District Court building the proposed bridge across Rogue riv or anything made of iron;
better prepared than ever io furnish the
pearance of the town.
John Noland is expected to arrive from San premises soon.
public with the choicest quality of
is just to Judge Deady to say that after a stands, has been let to Jas. McDougall of AA il-
E xonerated .—The Roseburg “Star” says: Leandro, California, during the present month.
fuller examination of the case than he was low Springsaml A. D. Robinson oi Oakland.
Noinetime since we published an account of a He will probably relocate in this place with his ment of Frank Bros.' agency for Southern Ore able to make at the trial he concurred with The bridge will be a Howe truss, 14 feet wide
gon, of which Alfred Slocum of Roseburg is the
tragedy that was enacted at Four Mile, I. T., family.
manager. Those desiring anything in their: Judge Sawyer in the second point made in his by 134 feet in length, exclusive of approach-
in which a man named Gregory was killed by
Bacon, Salt Iff eats.
Our farmers have been ami are still engaged
1 es. The price agreed upon is $5,000. The
line will find it of advantage to patronize decision.
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Gideon Kent, formerly a resident of Douglas in planting corn. Tile rains of April delayed
N ew M ail R oute .—Postmaster Muller is in
county. We take pleasure in informing the the early sowing of this crop, but to no evident Frank Bros., as their goods are the best and
will doubtless put up a substantial structure.
Sausage. Lard. Etc.
of a letter from ex-Senator Mitchell in They are now it making arrangements for the
many friends of the latter gentleman that the injury.
The ladies will not fail to admire the Spring forming him that the mail route lietween Jack * early commencement of work ami expect to
I The most favorable inducements offered
grand" jury of Nez Perce county, which con
A Chinaman in the employ of the Sterling
to patrons, and no effort will tie spared
complete the bridge by the 1st of September
vened on the 7th ult., after fully examining Company had the fingers of oue hand
toward giving general satisfaction.
into the circumstances of the killing, entirely crushed the other day by the rigging of the the store of Mrs. P. P. Prim and daughter, lieen established and that service will l»e insti
N ew G oods .—Our merchants, consistent
i Their stock comprises a complete assortment tuted immediately. Mr. Muller will receive
exonerated Mr. Kent, deeming the act to have derrick.
of everything new ami popular in this line. proposals for performing the said service with the enterprise for which they are distin-
been committed in self-defense.
H. M. Thatcher ami Capt. D. J. Ferree of ; AA'e call attention to the advertisement of the until to-morrow. Patriots desiring to serve guisheil, have laid ill elegant stocks of goods of
A ccidents . —April was a month of accidents, Lake county were in town this week. They firm elsewhere, which explains itself.
Uncle Sam in the capacity of mail contractor the latest and most (Hipular styles for the
two having occurred during the past few days, report that section as being in a flourishin, ,g
now put in appearance ami state their Spring and Summer trade, a consi lerable por
The Yreka “Union" says that the approach
not to mention those which have previously condition.
tion of which ¿3 now arriving. Among those
ing celebration of the Imp'll (). R. M. in that
Mrs. I. W. Berry is offering superior induce city promises to lie one of the finest affairs of
been noted. The first we have to chronicle
FORWARDING AND SHIPPING AGENTS
R eligious I tems .—Rev. M. C. Miller, of the in receipt of new goods we notice Reames
this week is the accident which belell Ben. ments in sewing machines as well as millinery the kind ever held in there. Over twen Applegate Circuit, will preach at the Heber Bros., J. S. Howard, Newman Fisher, Jas.
Drum ami Geo. W. Elliott. Others are ex-
Beall, oldest son of Tims. F. Beall, on the 24th goods. All kinds of produce will lie taken in ty members of the Jacksonville Tribe have Grove school house next Sunday evening, com iiecting
their stocks to arrive by the next
ult. He ha*l his right arm broken below the exchange.
signified their intention of attending with their mencing at half-past seven o’clock .... No ser teams.
«ibow by a kick from a horse he was grooming.
E. P. Pickens has been appointeil adminis ladies and a large number are also c-x|M*ctc<l vices w ill be held at the M. E. Church in this
P robate C ourt P roceedings .—The follow
ILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION
The little four-year-old son of Chas. L. Thur- trator of the estate of Cyrus II. Pickens, Sen., from Linkville.
place on Sunday.... Elder M. Peterson will
to forwarding goods consigned to their
ing business has been transacted before Judge rnilE UNDERSIGNED, BEING ST A- '
juan of Applegate had his right hand mutilated deceased. His notice of appointment appears
care. Freight money advanced. Commis
have just received from M. Gray, 117 preach at the Mound district school house next Day since our List report:
by a hatchet in the hands of a brother, but for elsewhere.
1 tinned at Ashland again, has turned his [ sions reasonable. All business in this line-
Post Street, San Francisco, an exquisite little Sunday at 11 o’clock a . m .
In the matter^ of the estate of Cyrus II. entire attention to the
shall receive our prompt attention.
tunately sustained no serious injuries. The
Robt. A. Cook, of Foot’s creek, has gone to
entitled “Grandfather s Home." It has I
All consignments to our care should
above cases are under treatment by Dr. Aiken. Reading, Cal., to meet his son, John A. Cook, '*
W ool .—The following are the latest advices Pickens. Sr., deceased. Fl. 1*. Pickens appoint
tie marked G. B. A., Roseburg, Oregon.
ed administrator of sail estate ami Oscar Greg
simple, heartfelt words, wtxlde«l to a niekxly
from the San Francisco wool market: There
A n I mportant E nterprise .—.Jay Beach of who has been a resident of Iowa for the past that leaves a lasting impression on the hearer; ■ is nothing new to report. Spring clip is quot ory, Wm. Wilson ami A. C. Stanley appraisers and is fully prepared to til) all orders in ,
of property belonging thereto.
this line with neatness and dispatch and at
that brings to mind the good old-time songs,
Fort Klamath is now engaged in laying out an two years.
ed as follows: San Joaquin or Southern,
prices to uit the times.
extensive horse ranch in the vicinity of I.ink-
Win. Taylor, who was down from Ashland ,
T hank 1'.—A. T. Johnson last Wednesday
146' 15(e. for choice short free; 136' 14c. for
ville, for which purpose he has purchased a Wednesday, informs us that the crops in that i “Lily Dale," etc. It will be mailed on receipt medium grades of free; I0(o l2Lc. for burry presciiteil tile editor of the T imes with a beau MON U M ENTS, TA BLETS, 11 EAI .STON ICS
THE EVANS CREEK SAW MILL,
Executed in any description of marble.
large area of State land. When in a fair way section are growing finely; and, in some in- , of 35 cents in stamps.
and seedy, and 86? 10c. for long, heavy and tiful sjiecimen of gold which had lieen picked Every variety ol cemetery ami other stone QITUATEDTHREE MILES FROM THE
of being completed, Mr. Beach will remove his stances, too much so.
Miss Laura M. Hale, of Jacksonville, who dirty lots.
up that <lav in the claim of Johnson
.All son work executed in a satisfactory manner. 0 mouth of Evans creek. There is a neve/
on Jackson creek. We render thank« for tl:ii Special attention given to orders from any fading water-power, with a «tilwiHtitial dam
stables to this point and establish himself in
A large number of Odd Fellows from various ever she may lie, makes this mention of herself
part ot Southern Oregon. Address
and race, connected with the mill. The mill
the business of raising tine horses. His trotting portions of the county were in town last Sat in the “personal” department of the S. F.
For. J osephine C ounty .—Judge Hanna and acceptable present.
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J. H. RUSSELL, Ashland, Or.
is 2lx4*s feet in size, capable ot cutting p>o
horse Altamont is one of the best bred stal urday, which was the occasion of the sixtieth “Chronicle:" “A young lady with means District Attorney Neil left for Kerbyville
F or L ake C ounty .—Rev. Father Blanch?t
teet an hour. Everything is in g<sM| run
lions in the United States, while the fillies im anniversary of their Order.
wishes to correspond with a gentleman of go«xl Sunday to hold the April term of the Circuit will pay Lake county a pastoral visit next
ningorder and convenientlv rigged.
Farms for Sale
T krmk — < heap for ("ash. For furiher par
ported by him at the same time are also ani
It is whispered that a wedding, in which a standing; view, matrimony. Address Miss Court for Josephine county, which convened week. He w ill return in about a fo tnight.
ticulars enouire «ifthe undersigned at the
mals of first-class qualities. This enterprise is prominent county official and a young lady well Laura M. Hale, Jacksonville, Oregon." A lady the following day. They were accompanied
Persons desiring to purchase good farms mill or at his resident«.
of any size will do well to enquire of
a comparatively new one in Oregon and de-■ known in Jacksonville are the high contracting so liberally endowed should experience no by Messrs. A. C. Jones and E. H. AutenrietU,
8-J. STECK EL.
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon.
Evans Creek, Nov. 8, 1878.
trouble in escaping maid hood in any country. of the local bar, and W. M. Turner.
serves the fullest measure of success.
part iv-, will take place soon.
She itattatw ®imrs.
THE NEW MILLINERY STORE.
NOTICE TO HORSEMEN.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,
ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS
OWENS & PLYMALE,