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Batuuday, October G, 1883.
Wanted. At Johnson's lard ofiico
ttn dwelling houses to ront, steady
rtnters and good pay.
A Good Load Georga Freeman
arrived from Glendale esterday with
a load of 13,000 pounds of freight for
this place. George is the boss teams
tcr and always holds his trade.
QuAnTEitiA- Meeting. The fitst
quarterly uiwcting for the Jackson
ville circuit will be held at Ashland on
Saturday and Sunday, October 13th
and 14th. Services on Saturday at 11
A. m. followed b) quarterly conference.
Rev. I. D. Driver, P. E. will preside.
To the Traveling Pgelic. The
completion of the N. P. It. R. has
relieved the C. fc 0. stage line of
the transportation of an enormous,
quantity of mail, and the company arc
How prepared to carry all who apply
to them for passage, north or south,
and put them over the road in good
- . - '- -V
New Town. J. S.vand Chas. J.
Howard with a party of men, left here
last Wednesday to survey and locate
th new town of Grants Pass et " the
railroad btation. This will be about
oue mile from Dimiek's place, the old
-stage station, and it is expected to be
considerable of a trading point in the
Vegetable Contkact. Messrs.
Either and Mulier have the transpor
tation contract for hauling 33,000
pounds of vegetables from Lakevicn
to Fort Klamath and have hired the
Indian teams at the Agency for thai
purpose. It looks rather funny that
Xuke county can compete with thu
valley in the vegetablo line but it it.
probable that other reasons exist be
sides the question of economy.
Suit For Damages. United States
District Attorney "Watson yesterday
commenced suit in the United States
circuit court to recover $14,000 dama
ges from Jeptha Davison, of Phoenix,
-Jackson county, for cutting timber on
government lands. The complaint is
made by government agent Schumach
er, who considers the case one of will
ful trespass, and considers that it
should be prosecuted to the extent of
the laws. "Oicjronian."
Mistaken Policv .While at
.Rock Point last week we had the pleas
ure of meeting Mr. Whitney .who has
charge of the supply department for a
number of camps on Ihe' railroad .ex
tension and he informs us that nearl
all the supplies required for the men
employed ate hipped in fioin tin
hoi th on account of the liih price.
asked .by our farmers. Unle-s t
change of policy is soon made oui
fanners will fiud thenwlves with their
crops ou ltund and no uiai ket when
they can dispone of them.
No Fooling. There is much of :.
boom in Southern Oregon at present
Everybodv is feeling it and great
"is the rush to the New York Store in
Jacksonville, where a grand cleurHiici
hale has been inaugurated and tin
paralled bargains are being offered
If you want to select from an imiuenst
and first-cluss stool: of dry goods, cloth
ing, boots and shoes, fancy and fur
niching goods, and everything to 1m
found in a general merchandise estab
ilishment, give Mcusor a call soon, a
goods are going off like hot cakes.
Close Call By a premature ex
iplosion of two thousand pounds of Jud
.sou powder in a blast on the heavy rail
roid work now going ou near Bloody
Hun two Chinamen were killed and
ewveral others badly injured on Thurs
clay afternoon of this week. - Chief
Engineer Morris, Division Engineci
DoUen and E. J,, J cileries, tunnel con
tractor, were in tho vicinity at the
tiiuo and were all thrown lo the
ground. Strange to saj all fell ou
their knees something unusual but
none were seriously injured.
Wants no New Trial. Tho jurv
in the Smith trial at McMinnville, for
tho murder of Mrs. Petch a little over
one year ago, brought in a verdict of
guilty at 8:30 P. M. on tho 29th ult
Smith was remanded to jail, and at 9
-o'elcck took from Gftenn to thirty
jjrains of morphine, w Inch he had con
coaled in the lapnebof his coat. His
-fellow priconer, Rogfrs, refused to
'inform the jailer until he thought him
dead. At 1 o clock tins morning Drs.
Xiittlefield and Calbreath were called,
but it was too late. He expired at 8
o'clock this morning. He "was refused
paper and light last night to write, so
tie told Rogers that he wanted his
body given to his w ife, and his rifle
and the money he had when captured
to Hon. W. D. Fenton, his counsel.
Tie wished his wife exonerated from
anv complicity, hut made nc coufession.
Religious. Rev. B. J. Sharp will
preach at Grant's Pass Sunday, at 11
o'clock a Jr., at Woodville at 3.30
J. M. and Rock Point in the evening
..-Regular services at the Catholic
'Church next Sunday, Rev. Father
P. X. Blnnchet officiating. . . .Rev. M.
A. Williams will hold divine service
-at the Presbyterian church in this
place Sunday morning and ever.iii"
....Elder. M. Peterson preaches at
Jlound district school house Sunday
.at 11 o'clock a. x Rev. J. A. Slo
wer holds services at Antioch school-
Louse, commencing this (Friday) eve
ning, unu continuing until Sunday
. . .Rev. R. C. Ogleshy will preach at
-the M. E. church in this place Sunday
morning and evening... .Rev. A. C.
Howlett will preach at. the Antelope
.school-house on the second Sunday of
this month, at 11 o'clook A. it.
Bod colds and sore throats prevail.
Fruit trees for sale at A. S. John
son's. Thos. Chavner advertises on estray
in this issue.
Onlv two cents is required now to
stamp a letter.
Sheep men hare commenced shear
ing their flocks.
Rev. Father Buchard left for Cali
fornia this week.
Dr. Kahler is buslding a new drug
store at Phoenix.
Tho oldest inhabitant predicts a
hard winter 'his jear.
Aiken it Co's. cash store wants
wheat, baron and lard.
This year's ussesuient is about 200,
000 ahead of last year.
State elections will bo held in
Ohio and low.i next Tuesday.
Capt. II. Kelly has gone to Salem
to attend thu ."supreme Court.
Savage's dog, "Spiff," bit Marcus
Armstrong in the arm this week. -
The.post-office'at Spikenard, Jack '
son county has been discontinued.
Lots of rain this week and the at
mosphere is clear of smoke once more.
The 21st Infantry now stationed on
this coast'will not go east as reported.
Every house in town is occupied
ev en the county jail having two board
Doug. Jones of Douglas county is
now employed as typo in the "Times"
Wilfred Prefontaiuo was admitted
to citizenship in the County Court this
An auction sale of goods will be
held at the tesidence of Mrs. S. Cohu
L. Salomon will leave for San Fran
;isco in a few days to lo:ate perm a
New style in Fall and Winter mil
linery goodn jiidt reteived at Mrs.
t run s.
Cash paid for good stock hogs at
Phot-nix mills weighing ITiO lbs and
upwards. P. W. Olwell.
L. L. Sirngo is officiating as night
natch at one of the railroad camps
The November term of Circuit
Court will be held At the new Court
A. LsFevie, rii-ht-of way-contractcr
lor the railroad, tarried with us sev
r.il dais this weuk.
John S. Miller is again a resident
f Applegate having returned from
Linkv ille this week.
- Aaron-Barnoburg came up from the
railroad .front this week and spent a
lay with friends here.
Dr. C. A L'iri'-on nnd Miss Dora
Peters were man it d at Yreka on
L'hursdiiy of liist week.
Don't fiil to rend S. S. Aiken &
uos. Ativertisemtj'il next weett. Inuv
A-ill add a new feature.
Last Tuesday and We dnestl y w h1
Jevvish New Year. Yotn Kippur
comes on October 11th.
Nick Ficke has quit running hi
butcher wagon and Johnny Oith is the
only butcher in the field.
The families of J. W. Manning of
Linkville ami Thos. Giauini of Ahu
ray aie in town on 'a visit.
Fiank Kasshafler is in charge of
Thos. Chavner's saloon at the Centen
nial Bridge on Rogue river.
A- D. Rockfellow it Co., Attorneys
and Counsellors at Law and Real Es
tate Agents, Ashland, Oregon.
A rusticating party consisting of
Ed Barron and others returned from a
trip to the coast last Thursday.
It is said 'hat decaying cabbage will
produce diphtheria sooner than any
other nuisance about the house.
W. T. Clemmens attends to Little
fe Chase's storo during the abs-enqe of
the proprietors at the Yreka Fair.
The old Red Front is being fitted
up as a saloon by Jack Marshal who
will open out some time next week.
Madame Holt has been on the sick
list for a cuple of weeks and is re
ported quite low at the present time.
Cattle dealers in Lake and Klam
ath coun ies are disposing of their
stock at high prices to California buy-
Tho bridgenien and other railroad
employees indulged in a social dance
at Chavnei's bridge one night last
Those having deer skins to sell
should not fail to call on Thos. J.
Kenney who pays the highest cash
Pat McMahon fa having bis winter
stage cocch fitted for use and Henry
Judge, the saddler, is fixing it up in
George Love and John A., llanley
have bought the Humphrey jilace on
Bear creek, 440 acres, paying .1,400
for the same.
Caton &. Garrett are making im
provements to the Criterion saloon.
Their saloon at Ashland was opened
last Thursday. -
Call on Miller fc Co. at Ashland for
anything in the tin and hardware line.
They always keep a large assortment
to select from.
W. J. Plymale officiates as County
Clerk this week while Judge Day and
the Commissioners are examininj the
S. Cohn has decided on remaining
in San Francisco where he will go into
business. His wife will go in a short
time to join him.
W. J. Stanley, landlord of the 23
mile house, was in town this week
after supplies. Ho was accompanied
by Sam Hadley. .
The residence cf Robert McAllister
of Chimney Rock precinct was burned'
to the ground last week originating
from forest fires.
The schooner Enterprise was strand
ed at Crescent City this week but
chances were favorable for getting her
off at last accounts.
Next Monday will be Sargent Dun
lap's birthday and all his young friends
are joining in an ellort to' give him a
party Ut the Club room in the even
ing. Stages from the south have been get
ting in several hours late the last few
days, late rains having made the roads
so slippery over tho Siskiyou moun
tains. Clias. Hughes of Kerbyvillo is in
town on a short visit acconipauijd by
his wife. Time, deals gently with
Charley and he seems as sprightly as
Slight typographical error for "Ef
fect of Alcohol on the Baby" in last
week's paper, says the Albany "Demo
crat," read, "EtFcct of Alcohol ou the
When passing through Phoenix
don't fail to call on Ed. Morgan, who
ulways keeps a tiny stock of liquors,
wines and cigars, all of the best
A horso belonging to O. Harbaugh
was stolen from his bain in Mauzanita
precinct last Saturday night. No
trace of the thief or horse has yet
A. S. Miller, H. B.- Miller and F.
E. Habersham, railroad contractors,
were in town this week on business
for tho company and remained a
couple of duya.
A Urge lot of fancy goods of all
kinds just received at Kahler Bros
drug store. Also an assortment of mis
cellaneous books. Call on them for
anything in their line.
Col. Frizell, late purchasing agent
for the O. t C. railioad, has been ap
pointed storekeeper at the Siskiyou
tunnel. Mr. John P. Jones is now
acting as purcli.uing agent.
If you want a Sewing Machine call
at E. U. BrookV drug, watch, clock,
tnd jewelry store. His machines am
i little finer and las pi ices a little
siiugger, lliau a.ny other bugger's.
S. L. Dolson, engineer in charge of
this divihion of tlio rati road, will move
li is headqu.trteis to Phoenix in a
iiiurt time, as tint Hill soon be
ueaier tUu center of Ins division.
Lock your doors and' keep a shot
gun ready as numerous hard case
trout the rath odd ure coutiuuilly pass
ing through, only stopping long
enough to uitke a stake that way.
Two weddings ato announced to
take pluc-; soon one at Ashiund ou
the 17th and ant. titer at Applegate
Ailhinafew weeks. All the panic
rt well known in social circles here.
The .Supremo Court convened at
-Salem last Monti ly with Chief Jus
nco Wiitson preMtlni". B. F. Dowell
J. 11. Neil, P. P. Prim and L. R. Web
sttr aie in attendance from this
From theColuuibia river was shipped
dunng the twelve months ending Au
gusr 1, 1883, salmon valued at $3,
148,200; wheat to the value of 3,510.
J00 and flour to the value of 2,802,-
Milo Mathews is driving stage while
Geo. L. Chase is attending the Y'leka
Fair. Ab Giddings has nearly re
covered It om lits accident and will
take his seat ou the box again in
W. L. Record, agent for McCor
mick's Inni ble w orks at San Fran isco,
has returned from his trip to the const
and is ready to fill any orders in that
line. He refers to his vv oi k as a rec
ommendation. Two railroad tunnel foremen, ac
customed to working hard and soft
ground nnd timbering, are wanted by
McBean & JeiFery at the Siskiyou
tunnels. Good wages will be paid to
Madame Rumor had a story out at
Roek Point last Suudny that a well
known couple from Jacksonville w ere
to bo married there that morning but
the Madame was a little off on her
guess that time.
Some of thb Chinamen on the rail
road use their leisure moments in ex
ploding giant powder in Rogue River
and killing fish. An example should
be made of some of them and a. stop
put to it at once.
Tho new fire engine and the engine
for the distillery arrived here yester
day per Freeman's team. The fire
laddies will soon commence making
arrangements for their "blow-out"
when they house their engine.
Numerous commercial tourists
visited Jacksonville this week in the
interest of their respective houses. In
traveling around the country from
here they call on Plymale for first
class outfits, at reasonable prices.
Ji iron bolt four inches long was
taken oC'' tno oot one ai'
Beach's cok1 tlns week by Marcus
Armstrong. Appearances indicated
that it had been ,tl,sre for some tirae
but the colt is doing e11 nevertheless.
Interrnntions still continue 0" the
telegraph wires through this lco and
thore i hardly a day but soma trouble
exists either north; pf Rock Foiat or
south of AshlandU occasioned by
the railroad construction now going
That letter written to a young lady
living in Portland by another living at
Ashland, and published in the "Hes
perian," is decidedly gossipy and creat
ed quite a stir among the young bloods
of this place. It was not intended for
Residents of Happy Camp and Jo
sephine county having decayed molars
should remember, that Dr. Will Jack
son will bi with them soon, leaving
here Oct. 15th for Happy Camp and
returning to Kerbyville during tho
ession of the Circuit Court.
General Sherman has fixed upon the
1st of November' as tho date upon
which he will turn over the command
to General Sheridan, and practically
retire to civil life, although he will
not be placed on the retired list of the
army until the 8th of February.
Very few from here went to the
Yreka Fair on account of the bad
weather prevailing at the time set for
starting. Of those who wrnt are
Geo. L. Chase and , wife, James R.
Little, Miss Emma Pape, Ed. Hanley,
Chas. Keeton and."3e Simpson. .
Captnir. Stphrn iY'hipph', of 'the
1st Cavalry, has been ordered to pro
ceed from Benicia Birrask:? to Port
land, to nnswer a summons in suit at
law, charging him with false imprison
nient, alleged to have been3 committed
whilo he was in command at Fort
A correspondent wishes to kntw
the fastest time made by a locomotive
on any railroad in the United StatPP.
The "Clipper Almanac" gives it as fol
lows: One mile, 50 J seconds; five
miles, 4 minutes, 10 seconds; ten miles,
8 minutes, and fourteen miles in 11
Some 1,500 pounds of grapes were
sold to parties in Klamath county this
week by Granville Sears, ltns locali
ty is getting quite a reputation as a
grape producing country otid tho in
dustry will likely prove' of greatest val
ue to us after the completion of the
For first-class work in the painting
line srive John Carter a call. House
piintin, sign painting and carriage
work done on short notice, in a work
man like manner and at reasonable
prices. He refers to tho work dono
hern for several years past as a recom
mendation. T. K. Bolton nnd fimily arrived
here fiom the East on Tuesday's stage
and will lncnte eminently. Mrs.
Bolton will be remembered hero as
Miss Lizzie Brooks, daughter of our
fellow townsman. Mr. B'.ton will as
sist Mr. Biooks in the diug and
Five new liquor licences were is
sued by the County 'Commissioner's
Court-"tins . triirrfrr-MfewsyWni.
Birrett 'in Willow Springs precinct,
Wm. Tvler in ilnnzanita precinct,
Willitts it Btirris in Ashlmd precinct,
Etl Morgin in E-len pneinct and Hen
ry Biuten of Poorman'n creek.
Tito liveliet camp on tho whole
route is now at Chuvner's bridge
nitere a hue forca is (Rationed nt
present. A railroad station will be
put thf re when the railroad is finished
and it. will likelv -email) a sood trail
in? point after the road is finished ns
it has a !arge scope of country to sup-
Twentv-fivo miles of tail were laid
on the railroad extension south of
Glendalo (hiring the month of Sptpm
her. Track laving will beilelaved
now for a short time to await the com
pletion of tref.tl work and"bridges on
the route. Railroad men ray they
expect to Fee trains running to Rock
Point by the middle of December.
Information received from occulists
at Sin Francisco statpg that they hav
little hopes of restoring fright in the
injured eye of Sam Phillips, recently
gouged out in a fight, but t'tey feel
conGdent that they can perform a
operation on his other eye that has
been blind for a number of years by
which he will gain sight again with
tho aid of glasse.
Some idea may bo gathered of the
immensity of the postal servicn of the
United States from the fact that the
department ordered previous to the
first of October, 38,01)0,000 two-cent
stamps, 7,000,000 two-cent stamped
envelopes and 0,000,000 postal cards,
a total value of nearly a mjlliondol
lars and all for immediale'di&ribution
to fill actual orders. -xix-
The great trot between JuytEye See
and St. Julien for 3.000, tooc place
at Fleetwood Park on Sept. 29, in the
presence of the largest concourse of
people ever aesemble'd on any race
track in America. Betting was very
heavy, Julien had the call for 100 to
90. The track' wai heavy, Jay Eye
Seo winning in three straight heats.
Time on last heat, 2:19.
R. il. Glossup started for Glendale
with a private conveyance lost Tues
day expecting to mpet hie family
there who are cowing here to locate.
Mrs. V. J. Plymale and Fred Crone
miller accompanied him to the railroad
front, the former going to Portlond to
visit friends and attend the Mechanics
Fair, and the latter goes to Roseburg
to acceyt a position on tlfo Roseburg
"Plaindealer" as local editor.
Inquiries from many persons wheth
er they could be compelled to pay for
newsnaiers sent to their address with
out authority, have called. forth c the
- ' . in . I
following ruling lrotti tue.postcmco de
partment: Tho liability of ajpaxjy to
pay for a newspaper must be-- de
termined by rules applicable to -other
contracts. When a publisher, with
out request- from a party, either ex
pressed or implied, sends a p'apjr, the
fact that the party addressed takes the
paper from the postoffice doei of it
self, create an implied agreement.
OUC IltUlICSr TAX-1M1LKS.
Haskel Amy 5,760
E. K. Anderson 7,077
Henry Ammerman 4,700
Lindsay A pp!ega-.e 5.500
H. It. Brown 4,310
James Barnes 7,C92
R. Y. Beall 3.468
T. F. Bcatl 3.63S
Beall Bros 3,285
T. F. Beall ,t Sons '2,000
F. Barneburg 9,128
C. W. Broback 2,512
W. Bceson 2,300
James B. Buuynrd 2,060
H. F. Barron 14,280
G.S. Butler 3,000
D. N. Biidsey 2,000
F. G. Biidftey 3,813
Wm. By bee 25,000
Henry Blocher 2,700
G. F. Billings 3,503
J. D. Buckley 2,050
G. W. Cookscy 4.-1 06
Estate A. Coaklev
Estate M. A. Chambers. .
Isaac Constant . . . .-
Mrs. Maria Colver
Louis Colver.,.-...'. ...r... 3,000
Mr. H. Colver 2,560
D. W. C.uver 3,144
Casebecr & Sous 4 000
Bron Cole, 4.000
Wm. Clark 2,352
Jame-, A. Card well 4,000
S. W. Clenry 4,500
T. Cameron 10,500
Mrs. Anns Dean 3,520
Jesse Do'larhide 2.610
II. C. Dollarhide 2,200
Patrick Dunn 4,000
Dennis Dugan 2,250
Mrs. H. Deltoboam 2,500
E. Donaghy 9,262
Isaac B Dobell 0,100
A. G. Fordyce 3.1S0
P. N. Ficke 2,900
W m. Uregory . . .
O-car Ganiard. .
l&Uard Graupner 3,400
Dinger Herman 5.57S
James Hamlin 8.192
If. C. Howard.
Estate R. B. Ilargadine.
J. B. iicrnn
Henry M. HasseU
Mrs. Mary II. Hanley...
George W. Isaara
Estate Jacnb Ish
N. D. Julien
Win. R. Jones
Klaus Kleiiihamnier. . . .
U. K. Klum
W. It, Kincttid..7
Kasper Kubi . . . -. . . .
G. Karew ski JT. '. . ,
C. . Kahler
W. T. Lever
John S Licjv
P. L uletou 3,03 1
John A Love. .
G. V. Lance
G. M. Love
J. T. L'iy ton
D. P. M.UthpR ,
Dr. Wm. Miller
' li.-t in iiij AinA iwlfnii 4
a iiuiiiuo iiiakkiiUv.M
Wm. M. Matihcs
B. F Myer
McC.vll Atkinson and Co.
John S. Miller
Daniel Miller.. :......
W. C. Mver.
J. M MoCall
I. II May field
C. C. McClendon
Max Mulier 3,575
Morris Mensor 8,000
P-t McMahon 2,713
Mrs. J. M. McCully 2,170
J. W. Merritt: 5,050
Lewis MuD.miel 2,580
Alexander Martin 5,470
Thomas E. Nichols'. 4,500
G. W. Nichols 2,805
C. Neil 2,310
L. A. Neil 3,50G
Jacob Neaihammer 4,230
Gmnville Nnylor 2,757
Charles Nickell 5,080
J. Nunan 7,272
Obenchitin it Son 3,2GG
P. W. 01 well'.-.- 7,'430
Fred Otton 3,3G2
John Orth G.G92
O. & C. Stage Co 3,950
John O'Brien 5,402
David Ptninger 4,091
Wm. Peninaer 2,191
Estate of J. P. Parker 3,181
J. M. Pructt 2,710
Mrs. Alia Phipps 2,198
C.Tv Payne G.415
P. Powell . . .' 3,385
Mrs. C. Patterson 5,25S
J. A. Panker 3.G30
W. J. PI vmale 2,475
Samuel Phillips G,373
Wm. Pernell 2,020
Lewis Reess 4,181
Mrs. Clara Rader 4,416
Joseph Robinson 3.G70
Mrs. Susan Robinson 2,500
Joseph Rapp 5.SS3
W. P. Roberts 3,723
Horace Root 3,150
J. B. Rodgers 2,503
P. J. Rvan . . .
Rearaes Bros 12,430
John E. Ross 9,099
Wm. Ray 3,023
B. F. Reeser 2,543
Ruth Ruble 7.G9G
Peter Simon 2,714
Jos. Swindle 3,800
Isaac G. Shaw 2,025
-Estate J. A. Stewart 2, 14 1
Granvi'Ie Sears 3.G18
Sargent & Towne G,717
Win. F. Songer 4.6S5
Dr. A. C. Stanley 4,970
S. II. Stovens 2,553
John Sizemore 3,588
G. M. Savage 3, 115
W. J. Savage 3,625
James Savage. 2,361
Ole Severson 4.S93
Solomon tk Mensor 2,122
G. W. Stephenson 4,14 4
Louis Solomon 4,4S5
Lewis Schidelor 2,337
Veit Schutz 3,580
L. and S. Sachs 3,000
Joseph Sage 2,120
Mrs. Elizabeth Stone 5,8 10
Silas Shattuck 2,300
Sterling mining Co 15.300
John Toepper 6,832
S. C. Taylor 5,780
J. C. Tolman 5,736
Win. Taylor 2,001
Thompson it Long 3,207
I.W. Thomas 2,292
C. E. Tilton 25,000
John Van Dyke 5,332
John Watson 5,630
J. B. Wrisley 3,952
E. F. Walker 7.165
J. N. Woody. 2,567
J. P. Walker 4,255
Daniel Walker 2.9S0
K.ac Woolen 2.5S0
Jacob Wagner 7.000
R. Wells 2.73S
Giles tt John Wells 7,770
Mrs. P. Wells 7,863
Gil-s Wc'la Sr. 5,514
Mrs. Walker 14,972
Mrs. G. J. Wtji'e .t Sens 6,763
William Mviuxouit-ry . . . .v . . 3, 150
David Wotslone 5, 1 1 G
W.,U. Tel. Co 4,000
W intjen & Helms 5,830
Mrs. Amanda Bilger 5,925
Eitate cf J. Bi "er 11.250
Joseph Crain ,
Estate of 11. Carron.
Statements of money orders issueil
and (mid at the postoilico at Jackson
ville Ori-nun during the bat quarter
ending Sept. 30 1SS3:
925 Domestic ordera
57 Postal notes
5 German orders. . . .
OSS Orders issued....
97 Domestic orders
10 German "
220 Tetters wera registered for the
quarter during tho same timo.
lis i' or LLin:i:s.
Not called format the Postoflicu at
Jacksonville Oregon, September 2G
Acker Hiram Wilson G F
Beom D Mrs Wilcox May Mrs
Bod me Wm A Walter John N
Fruruknecht J Steavens Geo
Freed A J Smith J E
Gi'innisu Smead W II
Hudson David II Ponjade Dora
Jac.sun A L Njbtroin P N
Kirkland Alf Morris Wm M
Lowrey J B Mace J
Max Mullsii, P. M.
Yreka Faih. The nnnual meeting
of tho Mount Shasta Agricultural Asso
ciution commenced at Yreka last Wed
nefcdsy and will end to day. No'wiih
btauciip the bad weather here, caus
ing tome to stay at home that would
otherwise have gone, the weather at
Yreka was fine, tho attendance vvas
largo and the Fair r success in gener
al. The following in the result of the
races up to the time of goinj; to press:
Wednesday 1st race Trotting,
tree for all, mile heats, 3 in 5, purse
330. Geo. Stephenson enters Pro
fessor, L Svvan enters Alta, Jas. Suth
crlautl enters Siphon. Professor took
fiist heat in 2-32 and Siphon won the
second heat with Professor second and
Alta distanced. Professcr was then
taken ofF the track tho judges ruling
against his trotting, alttioUi,h he won
2d race Running race, free for nil,
onf half mile and repeat; purse 200.
A Farrow enters Jim Lick, J. A.
lala enters Delia Walker, George
IIavk:ns enters Rondo and Up and
Up. Delia Walker won in two
straight heats time, 50 and 51.
Thursday 1st race, trotting, 2 in
3, W. Rekliart enters Maggie May,
A. Oliver enters Nellio Lisbon and J.
Johnson enters Nettie S. Maggie
won in 3:55 Nettie S. and Nellie Lis
2d race running, single . dash of
1 mile purse 200 entries, Rondo.
Harry B and Lady F. Won by Lady
F. in 2:17f, Rondo second and Harrv
3d race trotting, 2 in 3, purse
175, entries, Nutwood Jr., Alta,
Sirocco and Curtis. Alta won the
first and third heats best time, 3.0G.
Sirocco took the second heat in 3:08
when 'drivers were changed.
Friday 1st race, trotting, 2 in 3,
ARMSTRONG In Jacksonville, Oct.
2d, 1S83, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Armstrong, a son.
NOAH In Sim's valley, Sept. 22d,
l63i, to Airs. Alonzo iNoali, a son.
DURHAM On Jackson creek, Sept.
21th, 1883, to Mr. and Mrs. C. V.
Durham, a daughter.
SHOEMAKE ZCMWALT On
Williams creo, Sept. 30th 1S83, by
Elder G. V. Hoxie, Albert Shoe
make and Miss Mary A. Zumwalt.
"WISE LUTTRELL At the Jack
sonville hotel, Oct. 1st, 1883, bv
Rev. J. A. Slover Geo. W. Wise
and Mrs.. Barbara HuttreU.
Odd Fellow's Building Jacksonville, Orrgen
DCVLKK AND WORKER IX
TIN', SHEET IRON, COPPF.P., LEAD
A 7IR3T-0LASS STOCK OF ST0YK8
P07J)ER OF E7ERY DESCRIPTION' s
Pusq and Caps &f
Paints Gils, Varnish, Glass.
Shot, Erushs, Chains, JsToso
I ha7c securpil thf pervlcoi" of a firct-clcst
Mechanic. ainl am prepared to Jo .ill repair
ing promptly and in Kiperior style.
fN COHNFCTION WITH TUB
L l am rreemnimua kav eoiwtantly
liaml a Tall ami firat-elasa stock of
miY-aoons, com boots, tobacco
KRAllY 3IADK CI,OTllI.G,
GL.ASSWARH, CROCKERY, i;
EO-Evcrtfaig sold nt reuson!ile rate.
Jacksonville, March, 9, 1878.
MAX MUJLJLEE '
P. O. Buiirtius, JacJtsonvilJo
HE USDEKSIOXED TAKBS
pleasure in informing the iHiblk- Hint
he has pu-diusctl L. iiIomin' ifltwew iu
Which will lc ktpt Mocked with coin
pletu and first-ch:- asorl tneitt of giirttl
Very XcHstuiHtile Ivntes;
Gire me a call aiwl "' for yo'ltvelves.
N. E. Cor. Stcoail anj Yamhill Sts.,
PORTLAHD. - OREGON.
A- P. Armstrono,
J. A. VVksto,
1'cnm.in ami Secretary
Dfei for t!w Bwinw Siseaiion of Beta Ssxca.
AJmilteil on any week Any of the yenr,
Of all k!nN mcculi-rt tc oriUr at riauonable rates.
S itisfartion gn tran.it tl.
'niuColLuc"loii'iinl," contmmiw Infornntion
nf thu course of stitilt, rtli of tuition, time to
inUr, tie, anl cut of nUul an.l oritaminul pen
m tnahi'.i, 1m.
DB. J. BROWN,
J.U'I.iout Ille, Oregon, . "
Will practice In all Chronic Diseases, ajsp"'
Typhoid Pneumonia, Lung Fever, DipliT
tlicrirt. Consumption, Catarrh, etc. Tims
and doctor' thills will be saved by coining
to me at once. Dr. IJrown will i;uaranteo
to forfeit $500 for every ease of Seminal
Weakness or private disease of :iny kintl
or elur:ter whieli he undertakes and
fails to cure. His medicine is purely veg
etnble and has all the power ami etfieacy
of calomel or quinine, without any of tho
injurious alter ciTccts.
The undersigned is now prepared to
furnish lite lttat quality of shingles, cut
with diamond knife, in any quantity dr.
siretl. Price delivered in. Taekonville $3
per thou-uimi or tntifeportation on" at thu
mill, situated two mile south of Williams
creek iw)-t office. Orders can lie left with
G. Karewski. J. CnArjiAN.
Land Otfice at HosEBur.ff, Oit., )
September C, 186!!. J
Notice is hereby jrivin pursuant to an
act of Congress of June lStiJ for tho
sale of timber lands in the slates of Cali
fornia. Oregon, Nevada, and in AVashing
ton Territory, Hint F. E. Habersham Iun
applied to purchase the IV J of S At if
Sec. 8 Township 35 South "of Ifangc l
West Wil Meridian. Any and all persons
churning adversely any of the above du
st ribed kind imiet rile their claims w itli tlte
IJegUter of the Land OJllee at Roseburg.
during the sixtv dnvs nublicatlon hereof
land fulling to do thf their rights will bu
barren by statute i m i Ukmamix,
So TO $20;
ur ty at home
ItPey J VJ JJ'iuviitmi) n worth ?
IrceiAJrcistm.SoONi o Portland, Me,