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HE OREGON SENTINEL
"Wednesday, t February 12, 1879
AGENTS FOR THE SEHTINEL.
S.M.rettengill & Co New York
Geo. P. Rowcll & Co New York
Rowell JcCheesman St. Louis
L. P. Fisher San Francisco
O. H. Stcarni Portland
M. K. Cnoiicn. Religion services ev
ry Snnd&y at th? unal hnnrs, by tbe Rev
erends M. A. Williams, D. A. Crowell nod
A. Ili'.rdison. '
CATnnuc SERvicE'.-Scrvice8 will be
eld l tbe Catholic Cbnreh in this place
every Sunday at the ncual hours in the
morning and evening, Rev. Father Blan
M. E. Sckdiy Srrroor.. Rrtmlnr meet
ing every Sonday nfternoon nt 2 rtfclock
CATnouo Sunday School. Rejrnlnr
meeting every Sunday afternoon at 2
Postmaster Appointed. Mr. Ni
cholas Cook has been appointed Post
"mastcr at "Willow Springs in tlic place
'of S. Colin, lately removed from
Goste Nor.Tn. The courso of true
lovo seems to be running smoothly to
wards Portland, Mrs. Martha Sclmmpf
of Ashland having gone thither to join
her lord and protector.
Ranch Purchased. Tho ranch bo
longing to tho estate of Joseph Cox,
deceased, was purchased on Saturday
last at administrator's salo hy Alex
Martin for tho sum of $550.
Visitors. Wo noticed on Saturday
last quite a number of gentlemen from
Ashland, among -whom were Messrs.
McCall, Wagner, Myer and RusselL
They camo to attend the academy sale.
New Recorder. Mr. "E. D. Foud
ray has been appointed to fill tho va
cancy occasioned by the death of Re
corder Hayden. The appointment
seems to have given universal satisfac
tion. School Closed. Tho school of 3lr.
Charles Prim, in tho Hebcr Grovo,
closed on Friday. 'Charley must bo
appreciated as he was at once re-engaged
and commenced teaching again on
Grand Jury. The following gentle
men were drawn onMondayastheGrancl
Jury for tho February term: Pat Dunn,
Foreman, Daniel Chapman, S. Salt
s', J: &. CxYuuiN, E DePeaft, J.
Bradlcv and Geo. W. Isaacs.
City Election. Tho Municipal
election of Jacksonville will be held on
March 4 th. We hear that candidates
for ofiico arc num-rous, but will be bet
ter aware of the fact when they an
nounce it in the usual manner.
Musical. Mr. Adam Schmidt has
quite a largn class of young men to
whom ho is giving instructions on . va
rious brass instruments His class has
attained considerable proficiency and
will soon make a very crodiblo ban d.
An Improvement. We hear that
tho County Commissioners intend to
have tho Court yard fence whitewashed
as soon as the weather Bottle?. It
would havo been true economy to have
it planed and painted, but even
whitewash will add to its appearance
To be Sold. Tho officers of the
Emelino'Q. M. Co. having neglected
to pay the taxes due to Siskiyou coun
ty the property of tho company has
been advertised for sale in the Yreka
"Journal." The salo is to take placo
on t.Ve 20th inst, but tho taxes will
now be promptly settled.
Reward Offered. Lieut W. C.
Brown, TJ. S. Infantry, offers a reward
of 530 for tho apprehension of Chas.
Montgomery, a thief and deserter from
Ft. Klamath. Montgomery is aged
thirty five, height five feet five and a
half inches, complexion dark, black
hair, thin black mustache. If arrested
the authorities at tho Post are to be
.notified and they will send for him.
TER.cnr.noN Horses. Tho Ashland
Tidings", lias a long and reasonable
.account of W. C. Myer's stock farm,
.and claims that the Percheron stock of
.that gentleman has been fouly dealt
-with. Ono of the particular merits
claimed for tho Percheron- horses by
tho "Pacific Rural Press" is its longev
ity and it is useless to say that those
horses are cither subject to diseases not
common to all equines or shorter lived
than any other race.
Road Supervisors. Tho following
road supervisors were appointed at the
last term of County Court, held on
Wednesday last: Road district No. 3,
Jas. Helms; District No. 4, Lewis
Shideler; District No. 10, Root H.
Bean; District No. 14, C. C. McClen
don; District No. 17, J. Hcckathorn;
District No. 18, Geo. A King, Dist
inct No. 19, JohnS. Miller; .District
o. 21, Fred Otten; District No, 30,
. vertz;jUistnctNo.35, Daniel Sop
hs; District No. 31, C. B. Kimrsburv:
imctiso. S, Moris Savage; District
Circuit Court in session.
Many strangers in town.
Miners generally at work.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet
Joseph Crain is absent In Salem on
school land business.
Mr. A. Fisher is expected to arrive
from San Francisco in a few days.
We notice the familiar face of Dick
Hull, formerly of this office, in town.
We notice the genial faco of Capt,
James Barnes of Goose Lake in town.
He will remain here a couple of
California papers publish according
to law long lists of delinquent taxpay
ers. There are patents in tho Roseburg
Land Office for soveraT persons in this
For valentines both comic and sen
timental go to Howard's and Breck
enfeld's. Jacob Myer has opened the wagon
shop formerly occupied by tho late J.
Geo. Stevenson's fine trotting horse
Sir Walter will make tho season in
Assessor Goddard will commence the
assessment of property in Jackson
county March 1st:
Dr. Jesse Robinson is still sojourn
ing down the river looking after his
An excellent communication on "our
boys" is crowded out We will give
it room next week.
Mr. I. N. Muncy, of Cayote creek,
is in town attending to his mining case
in the Circuit Court
The trial of Samuel Bath and In
dian Steve indicted for murder will
commence this morning
Senator Colvig, of Douglas county,
is at Rock Point visiting the old folks
after his long sickness.
We hear that Samuel Briggs, of
Jackass ci eek, is now completely par
alyzed on the right side.
Rev. Mr. Hardison failed to keep
his appointment on Sunday. His
friends fear tlint ho is sick.
A lodge of Good Templars was or
gnuizcif :(i! Eagle i3ia& onSunifopiaSi,1
by J. B. Rigdon, State Deputy.
Phicnix is almost as "barbarous" a
place as Jacksonville, a first-class tou
sorial artist having located there.
Tho stge company intend to put up
a station of their own near Grave
Creek a3 soon as the weather settles.
Michael Murphy has purchasad the
property in tho bouthern part of town
belonging to Jo. SaltmarsJi for 300.
Farmers wlo are not attending court
are. generally busy sowing grain.
Prospects of a large crop aro now very
Harrison Kolly, Esq., arrived in
town yesterday to attend to his min
ing suit concerning the Cay e to crock
Scamperdown, Stephen Booth's fine
horse, will be at Fort Lane from Feb
ruary 14th to April 1st. Read his ad
vertisement. The Grangers Association at Rose
burg have organized a forwarding and
commission business on their own ac
count at that place.
Mr. Garrett, tho Waldo mail con
tractor, is making timer jn his route
with only two horso stock. Bob feeds
'cm and whoops em up.
Veit Shutz' bovine, that has been a
great source of annoyance to our wor
thy sexton, has pegged out aiid Dunlap
sleeps soundly and peacefully
The ladies of the Methodist Church
intend giving a concert soon to raise
funds for the purchase of an organ.
The instrument is much needed.
Tho Improved Order of Red Men
here, have incorporated. Capital stock
81,000 Trustees, David Cronemiller,
C. W. Savage and E..D. Eoudray.
"Pennigcr's Mike," owned by J. A.
Cardwell, and a favorite horse, will
soon commence tho season hero.
Look out for his advertisement
We hear that Ed. Caton and Jack
Williams have purchased tho Waldo
hotel and will conduct a first-class
house there hereafter. Success to the
Salem papers were in error in say
ing J. D. Fay was returning to Ore
gon. Ho has formed a law partner
ship at 214 Sansomo street, San Fran
cisco. Deputy Sheriff Caton went to Phoe
nix last Thursday with a warrant for
Nicowarner, tho brick-thrower of that
place, but the gentleman was not to bo
Sherf'TBybec has filed his bond as
Tax GolitJfor k 'SIat Dencnain
TU-prrrli. Uoll-nTM-A"0"11 "" uuu -1""
per Ktts .surotjs. ip, H
the sum of
Tho attention of delinquents on the
tax list of 1877 is called to Sheriff By
bee's notice. Ho intends enforcing tlie"
law as his oath enjoins.
The Cummons case was submitted
to the jury at 4$P. ,M. 'yesterday.4
After a Bhort absence a -verdict -of-
not guilty was rendered.
Hons. John Kelsay and 'James P.
G&zlcy have bein in town since Sun
day as counsel in the Ruble case, In
volving the titlo to mining land on
Coyote creek. v
The report of City Recorder Fou
dray shows the finances of Jackson
ville to be in a good condition, there
being a balance in' tho town treasury,
of 772 81.
Capt A. P. Ankeny, of Portland,
left for home on Sunday last Just re
turned from California, he lay over
here one day to look after his interest
in tho Sterling mine.
We hear that large numbers of
sheep are dying of scab throughout the
valley. Some bands arc entirely free
from the disease, their owners having
used proper means to prevent it
Tho "Literary Vidette"h anew can
didate for public favor at Salem. It is
published by E. O. Norton, is hand
somely printed and choice in its selec
tions and editorials. Success to it
Wo hear that a very largo amount,
of grain has been sown in the upper
end of the valley, , there being more
rain there during the early part of the
season than elsewhere in this section.
Mr Weatherby, a largo cattle buyer
was in town last week. He wanted
1,000 steers for" the San Francisco
market, but not findingthem here ho
will look for them east of tho moun
tains. Messrs Grob and TJlrich will give the
supper for tho Red Men's ball on the
21st instead of tho ladies of the order
as first stated. The reputation of
theso gentleman as caterers is well
Tho Good Templars are actively or
ganizing at Phoenix and other plaec3
in the valley. Why do they avoid
Jacksonville? Is it because other
places are so bad that they need imme
Matt Dillon keeps the noisiest place
in town so noisy that Doncgan' next
door, can hardly hear himself shoe a
slurseT ""ft ought foT7eSftilaifa'tIi(!T
only way is to buy all lib poison and
close him out
A correspondent of the "Oregonian"
writing from Vancouver, says it is re
portedthcro that tho 21st Infantry will
shortly bo removed to Utah. A
portion -f this regriment is now sta
tioned at Fort Klamath.
The Portland papers aro incorrect in
stating' that B. F. Dowell is paying W
C. Griswold's board. On tho contrary
sweet William is paying Dowell's
board, so as to enjoy tho pleasure of
tho old gentleman's company.
The Ashland 'Woolen factory is
now in tho hands of James Thornton,
W. TL Atkinson, Jacob Wagner and
E. K. Anderson, Tho now company
have wool enough on hand to keep
their machinery running until next
Notwithstanding our candid state
ment that all our correspondence was
genuine, our neighbor is still unhappy
and insists that ono particular letter
was '"bogus." Does our neighbor want
a "religious certificate" or our truth
fulness. A statement is going the .rounds of
tho press to the effect that the num
ber of troops at Fort Klamath is to bo
increased by a "regiment'which would
place the whole number at over twelve
hundred. The statement is no doubt
The North bound stage upset on the'
Grave creek hills on Sunday night in a
very soft placo. Capt Ankeny and
William Gass received an elegant mud
bath without extra charge. Tho latter
gentleman was en-route for San Fran
cisco, via Portland.
The N. G. R. R committee met on
Wednesday last but the meeting was
rather an informal one and no business
was transacted other than to order the
printing of suitable headings for sub
scription lists. The committee then
adjourned subject to tho call of .the
Attention is called to tho advertise
ment of Mr. Feathers, who has opened
a tailoring business here. Mr.F . is a
first-class workmen who has located
permanently' among us, working for
living rates. He is also agent for the
"Singer" sewing machine, that sings its
Mr. Theodore Kugler, tho accom
plished musician, ended his second
term of instruction last week and com
menced tho third term on Monday last
Mr. Jvucler informs us that he expectr
a "Steinway" piano from New Yor :
soon instead of a "Chickering." Tl e
rapid improvement among Mr. Kugleis
pupils us iuu BurcawpLm-i. ui uio uiuaiuai
Gin Lin is making the dirt fly at his
hydraulic claim-c-nGLittle. Applegate.
Miners at "JtLoio in tho Ground in
tlie northern part of the county are
"Blue Gravel Is running again with a
good supply of water and prospects of a
long continued ran.
Sterling water turned through tho
ditch but insufficient for piping, tho
last storm having been snow along the
water supply of fcbismino.
AL McKenzio, superintendent of tho
"Centennial," near Willow Springs, is
expected home'this week, and will at
once put the claim in working order.
Mr. T. L. Beck, of Willow Springs,
is again busy in his claim. Mr. Beck
has tho very best ground in that
camp and always makes a good clean
The English Company havo again
started their pipes, considerable rain
having fallen in the'Galice region, and
hope to continue piping till the ending
of the .season. . - .
Superintendent Klippel, of the
Squaw Lake company reports ground
thawed out and that piping will com
mence about Saturday. This- company
will no doubt havo ample water for
the remainder of the year.
The Stockholders of the Grave
Creek Ditch fc Mining company will
meet at the Grave Creek House on the
20th day of Feb., 1879, at one o'clock,
P. M. A full attendance is required.
By order of Directors.
Danl. Cronejiiller, Sea
, Wo hear on all .sides gloomy fore
bodings of hard times next season on
account of tho long absenco of rain.
There is little doubt that money will
be scarce for tho remainder of tho
year and the prospect is suggestive of
tho necessity of practicing rigid econo
my till times change.
McWilliams fc Ash, for, many years
engaged in mining on 'Cayote Creek, re
cently sold their diggings to a Port
land company and havo purchased the
claim of Nat Mitchell, three miles
from Canyonville. They will increase
tho volume of the ditch now running
to the diggings and then put on a hy
Tho storm that commenced on Sat-uiaigfiJsstf-ilas
raunK-igoWeil drops' for"
all classes in this county. Scarcely
enough has fallen to start all tho hy
draulic pipes in tho various mines, but
as it bidsfair to continuo wo may still
look forward to a good season, and wo
believo more gold dust than ever would
have been taken out if tho rain fall had
been as heavy as that of last wi nter.
BOARD OF TCCSTKC3.
Thursday, February 6tb, 1879.
Called meeting, President Xinn in
tho Chair. Present Messrs Kubli,
Reames, Nunan and Langell. The
minutes of tho last meeting were read
Bill of J. 3L Young, for stone work
on bridge and street, referred to Fi
Mr. Reames moved that Mr. E. D.
Foudray bo nominated to fill tho un
expired term of. Mr. Hayden as Re
corder. Board voted on the same and
ho was unanimously elected.
Board ordered that tho Recorder
make out the receipts and expcndK
tures of the town for tho year, and
have tho same posted in ono or more
public places in the town immediately.
Mr. Langell moved that we adjourn.
J. Nunan, Clerk " President
Tho Yreka "Journal", contains a
long account of a difficulty between
Pather-Gallan and thtrcItHC&s of Yre
ka, relative to tho bunal of iiucien
Rabille, tho last surviving member of
the Rabillo family. It appears that
the deceased was a Catholic, but Father
Callan objected to his burial in the
Catholic Cemetery on account of non
attendance at Church and the confess
ional, but the citizens insisted on laying
him with the rest of tho family. Tho
funeral took place from the houso of
tho Hook and Ladder Company on
Sunday, 2d inst,, conducted by Rev.
.Mr. Williams, Episcopal. Clergyman.
Tho procession was very large, and the
citizens carried their point.
County Court Proceedings. Tho
following aro tho proceedings of the
February term of County Commission
er's Court: '
Petition of Granvillo Naylor, asking
for a chango in county road leading
from Jacksonville to Phoenix, filed and
viewers appointed. i
Favorable report of viewers appoint
ed to view the chango in county road
asked for by J. N.- Hockersmith re
ceived and filed.
Petition of J. M. Rlack and Ithera
asking for the division of LittIjBButto
precinct for election purposeiM Con
tinued till next term,
A larco number of bills weiBlited
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION'S,
The following transactions in
real estate havo been recorded In the
Clerk's office since our last report:
Silas J. Day and wifo to Betty A.
Jones, certain premises in Ashland
precinct Consideration, $150.
A. D. Helman and wife to John R. J
Hclman, lot in Ashland, Considera
J. W. Haya and wifo to Magruder
Bros., one-half interest in certain min
ing property. Consideration, $300.
J. K. Moorcs and wifo to H. H.
Magruder and J. W. Hays, mining
property and water rights in Table
Rock precinct Consideration, $90.
Hiram Farlow and wifo to E. M.
Miller, one-half interest in lot 4, in
block No. 1, and in tho land west and
adjoining said lot, in Ashland. Con
Tohn-Mllion-and-gifo.,to John Sr
Hclman, jjt in Ashland. Considera
Geo. Patterson to E. M. Miller,
one-half interest In lot No. 4, in block
No. 1, and theland west and adjoining
said lot Consideration, $900.
John R Helman and wife to F. R
Miller, 16-100 acre3 in Ashland pre
cinct Consideration, $90.
Wm. Stephens and wife to E. R
Miller 61-100, acres in Ashland. Con
Jacob Wagner and E. K. Anderson
to E. M. Miller, parcel of land in
Ashland. Consideration, 300.
A. K. Williams to Isaac, Simpkins,
certain mining property in Pleasant
creek precinct Consideration, $400.
Jos. Swingle to Martha Schumpf,
premises in Ashland. Consideration,
James Thornton to W. II. Atkin
son, Jacob Wagner and E. K. Ander
son, half of tho Ashland Woolen Mills
property. Consideration $7,500.
Martha Schumpf to Lindsay Ap
plegate, premises in Ashland. Consid
Probate Court Proceedincs. The
following business was transacted in
this court last week:
In tho matter of tho estate of O. D.
Hoxie, L. J. C Duncan appointe 1 ad
ministrator de bonis non, with bonds
fixed at $2,000.
.Riiate-ei L. g". TWu'tep-rfcceascu','
Lester Whito appointed Administra
tor. Bonds fixed at $14,000, with
Ben Haymond and Mary E. Whito as
In tho matter of tho ostato of John
L. Badger, deceased, Geo. W. Holt,
administrator, authorized to sell bal
anco of personal property belonging to
Estate of Fredolin Ruch. Final
settlement had with John Bolt, admin-
istrater, and order mado to pay amount
of money in his hands to guardians of
Elkanah Whitney,, administrator of
estate of Issaac Tripp, filed statement
of tho condition of tho estate, which
was accepted and approved.
Jeremiah Elliott, administrator of
of estate Samuel Laporte, filed vouchers
for payment of all claims against the
estite, and tho administrator and his
In tho matter of tho estate of M. V.
Vail, deceased. G. Karewski files his
final statement and March 4, 1879,
appointed as timo for hearing the
E. Jacobs, administrator of tho estate
of Evi Sebring, filed inventory and
was authorized to sell personal .proper-
Champion Gate. Tho gates put
up at the court house not working
well Mr. A. G. Rockfellow, tho paten
tee, put them in order himself last
week and they now work splendidly.
Mr. Rockfellow is putting ono up for
Judge Hanna, which will bo the cham
pion gate of this town. Its main ad
vantage is that it compensates for
shrinkage and swelling and will not
stay open. It is evidently cow proof.
Escaped. On Saturday evening
last 2d Lieut Brown, of Ft Klamath,
accompanied by a Sergeant, overtook a
deserter near tho Kingsbury place,
South of Ashland. Being too late to
return to Klamath they proceeded to
Ashland with tho prisoner and lodged
him' in the calaboose. On Sunday
morning they discovered that he had
spent tho night in cutting a hole
through the floor and escaped.
Academy Sold. Tho Ashland
Academy building was sold on Satur
day last by tho Sheriff by virtue of a
decree of the Circuit Court foreclosing
a mortgage held by W. C. Myer. Mr.
Myer was the purchaser at $3,700.
Tho salo will not intefero with the
p e ent term of school.
Property Sold. The ranch of Jos.
Rath, deceased, on "Poorman's creek,"
was sold On Saturday at sheriffs sale-
The property was purchased by John
Magrieder for $320.00, subject to a
mortiraga of $175.
C1ECCIT CO CRT rKOCEEDUGS.
The February term of Circuit Court
convened at 10 o'clock a. m. on Mon
day morning. Present, Hon. H. K.
Hanna, Judge, E. B. Watson, Clerk,
J. R. NeiL District Attorney, and
Wm. Bybee, Sheriff.
Tho cases of tho State of Oregon vs.
Arch Chrisman, James Hards, Joseph
Wells and Daniel Doty were continued.
Jas D. Fay vs. P. J. Malone; to re
cover money. Dismissed at plaintiff's
Haymond & Whito vs. Georgo
Magerle; to recover money. Dis
missed. Haymond tfc Magruder vs. Georgo
Magerle; to recover money. Dis
missed. State vs. W. R, Cummons; assault
with deadly weapon. Jury empan
eled and case submitted.
State vs. Andrew Elliott, Frank
Williams and J. Elliott; larceny. Mo
tion for postoouen" nt of trial over
ruled, and defendants, by leavo of
Court, filed new motion and affidavit
St Valentine's Day. Next Friday,
tho 14th, will bo the anniversary of
the feast of St Valentine, ono of the
Presbyters of tho church who suffered
martyrdom under CladeusII, at Rome,
about A- D. 271. Tho practice of
choosing a valentine, as it is called,
on this day, is too well known to need
explanation. The origin of this cus
tom has been much controverted, it
is indisputably of very ancient date,
and it is said that on this day the birds
chooso their mates; hence, probably,
came the custom of young people
choosing valentines for particular
friends. Tho timo honored and pretty
custom has, unfortunately, degenerat
ed into tho practice of sending the
ugly comic valentines that havo neither
w it nor wisdom in them, but which aro
made a vehicle of tho small spites of
Public Installation. Josephine
Grange No. 168, P. of H., had a pub
lic installation on tho 25th ult by Jo
seph Pollock, D. G. M. Tho following
is a list of tho officers for tho ensuing
year : W. M., L. F. Allen ; O., A. H.
Cannon ; L., J. F. Kellogg ; S., Benj,
Ball; A. S., S. G. Abbott; Sec. C.
-WeMTTpS.-A.Eoruugn; C, JLno. S. Chat
tain, G. K., held over; Ceres hold over
Flora, Anna Ball; L. A. S., L. Abott.
After the installation of officers a
sumptiou3 lunch was spread and all
were invited to partake. A numbor
of guests were present Tho Grange
now numbers a membership of over
Sinoular Effect. Wo learn from
Mr. Georgo Isaacs, of Butte Creek,
that many of the cuttle on that range
have a singular disease which is as
cribed to the chapparal which they are
forced to cat in the absenco of other
feed or browse. The first symptoms de
veloped aro similar to those of drunk
enness in tho human beast, and a dan
gerously vicious disposition. Cows
that are ordinarily gentlo rush madly
about and try to gore overything
within their reach, arid when exhaust
ed stagger blindly to tho ground. This
spectacle among tho brute creation
might bo a good temperance lecture.
Wo saw yesterday a very fine Ver
mont horso owned by Mr. Joseph
Satterfield. Ho is a beautiful dark
brown sixteen hands high with splend
id bone and chest, and was sired by
"Mike," from a blooded mare of Mer
ritt Bellinger's. It is Mr. Satterfield's
intention to stand him either hero or
in Lake county.
Not Recovered, Mr. W. J, Ply
malo lias not yet recovered his lost
horso advertised in last weefs Senti
nel, but heard of immediately after the
circulation of tho paper as passing Mr.
Monchs' placo north of Grant's Pass.
Mr. Plymalo will suitably reward any
ono taking up or returning him.
A letter, evidently from a lover to a
young lady of Jacksonville, picked up
in tho street on Sunday ends thus
"i wish 1 was a turtle dote
A settin on a tree,
And kisain your sweet lips
Through all atcrntty."
Yum, Yum! Who wouldn't
Tho Grand Jury now in session havo
found a "true bill" against Samuel
Rath and Indian Steve for murder in
the first degrea
U State vs. Wm. Caldwell; assault with
dangerous weapon, tho Grand Jnry re
turned "not a true bill" and defendant
was ordered discharged.
Rev. M. A. Williams will hold ser
vices at the M. E. Church next Sun
day morning at tho usual hour. Eov.
D. A. Crowell will hold services at
Phoenix at eleven o'clock A. ir. on that
day, and at tho Baptist Church atMan-
zanita at three p. 11-
TTC:Ft BlIEJ, f? - i.; a f-
wi Qivz9 nuirftieni jiea!CimroTi
Notice to Shippers.
HAVING DECIDED ON DISCON
tinuing the Forwardiog business we
desire to give notice that from and after
the 15ih of February next we will not re
ceive any more freight into our warehouse.
All persona in arrears (or freight charges
are requested to make Immediate payment.
For the accommodation of those who lire
in and about Jacksonville, by kind consent,
Mr. Max Mailer will receive and rtseipt tor
us. S. MARKS & CO.
Roeeborg, Jan. 29, 1879.
ALIO SORREL HORSE ADODT
eight yean old with whl to strip in face
shod all round, sore on left thoulder. Was
one of Ish's stago horses. Last seen near
Willow SprliiR . Will suitably ward my
person returning or giving any Information
about him. W. J. PLYMALE.
Jacksonville Feb. Sib 1879.
TAKEN UP BY M. D. CHILD
era, living at the Meadows, on Evan's
creek, in Tubie Rock precinct, Jackson
county, Oregon, two head ol horses, to.witr
hands high, with a white stripe in the-forehead,
and a small white stripe around the'
edge of the hoof on tho left hind foot, and
some small saddle marks. Supposed to be
12 years old, branded 'O" on the left sbonl.
der. Also one dark bay or brown mare,
with three white feet and a small white spot
in the forehead. No brands perceivable.
About the same height and age of the horse.
Had on when she came to my place a large
bell and was appraised as follows, to.witr
The horso at forty dollars and tbe mare or
forty five dollars, by W. A. Childers; Jus
tice of tbe Peace of Table Rock precinct,.
Jackson county, Oregon, on this the 1 Gib
day of January, A. D. 1879.
W. A. GUILDERS,
Justice of the Peace.
In tho matter of tbe estate of Evi Sebringv
NOTICE IS I1EUEBV GIVEK THAT
the undersigned has been appointed by
thc County Court of Jackscn county, Ore
gon, sitting io probate. Administrator of
the estate of Evi S- bring, deceased.
All pcrso.1 s Indebted to raid estate- ore re
quested to settle the sami Immediately, and'
tnose having claims agalmt the estate will
present them with tbe proper vouchers to
me at my residence In Jacksonville, Jackson
county, Oregon, within six mouths after tbe
first publication of this notico
Administrator of said estate.
Dated Jan 23,1870.
Notice of Final Settlement'.
In the County Conrt of the State of Ore
gon.for the County of Jackson, sitting
m Probate on January 25tb, 1679.
In the matter of the estate of Wm. II. Mcr
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT'
Artenccia Merriman, Executrix of tho &,'
tate of Wm. II. lleniman, Deceased has
filed her final account of the condition thereof
in tbe office of the Connty Clerk of Jackson
Uounty praying tor a until
meQt, nnd onlerej that Tuesday, March 4tbr
187-J, at 10 o'clock x. v. baa been set by
order of tbe County Conrt for the Goal hear;
Given under my band January 29th 1879-
-j AiuiiouiA ui.auxiiiu.a.rt,
Settle TJp Save Costs
HAVING CONCLUDED TO- RE"
move my place of business from Willow
Springs I hereby give notico to all thoeo
indebted to me either by note or book ac
count to come forward at once and settle op
and thereby save costs. I must have the
money due me and unless they are paid im
mediately the accounts will be placed in the
hands of an officer for collection.
By S. COHW.
December 25th 3m
CERTAIN PARTIES HAVING liET
down ths fence of my pastnro near
town, thereby occasioning a considerable
loss of cattle and sheep, I therefore caution
and warn all persons against farther tres
pass npon said lands under penalty of rig
Jacksonville, Dec. 4, 1878.
Settle TJp! Settle TJp
HAVING A LARGE NUMBER OF
accounts on our books we hereby givo
notico to all those indebted to ns by book,
account to come forward at once and settle
np. We must bave tbe money, and nnlesa
a settlement is made immediately a forced
collection will be made.
The People of this Valley Sae
WHEN THEY CAN BT7Y"
Dry-Goods and rancy-Coods.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TOBACCO & LIQUORS;
1ND ALL KINDS OF"
MERCHANDISE ! !
ALL, KINDS OF -PRODUCE.
BY GOING TO
L. 3E'JLsB'M.i-r c C?o.
JMext door to Post Office,
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON .
Where Highest Cash Prices
a-CALL AND SEE rjy.-a
X7-JE3H.-3r DESCRIPTION OF UT-
crj w who cueop uj MILIaKIU.
i r.wpwt tijain.