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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1874)
P ersonal .—Hon. Henry Klippel,
State Capitol Commissioner, arrived
home from Salem on Wednesday. Mr.
Klippel will remain among us for some
time, as work on the State Capitol has
ceased, owing to the appropriation
John Cimborsky, a representative
of Oregonian-Pocahontas Tribe No. 1,
to the Great Council of Red Men, has
Capt. O. C. Applegate, of Yainax,
was in town last week.
G ame L aw .—The entire game law
being out of force now, our nirarodi-
cal friends can shoot whatever they
please. Gaine is abundant, and under
the protection of the law has become
T he I dea of a U niversal M edicine is
at last realized in Dr. Walker’s Vinegar Bit-
l ters. This concentrated essence of the finest
medical herbs and roots lit the Western
hemisphere, eradicates all diseases which
have not undetermined the sources of vital
ity, and Chronic indigestion, Nervous Head-
aeho, Congestion of the Liver, Rheumatism,
Gout, General Debilit v, and innumerable ul
cerous and scabious disorders, it is a specific
T hanks .—Mr. Longsworth has our absolute and infallible.
Below we give a copy of a letter re
ceived on the 28th ult. at the Execu
tive office from the Chewaucan valley.
ARENTS FOR THE TIMES.
The Salem Record says the Governor
Geo. P. Rowell A Co...................... New York also received through other sources,
N. M. Pettingill A Co.................... New York’
Lp- PÌsher’..............................San Francisco. from that section of the State, infor
Thoe. Boyce............................... San Francisco mation that confirms the fears of Mr.
thanks for an excellent water-melon,
l>an. L. Green......... y...... Josephine County.
For the very best Photographs, go to
Freeman, as to the Indians getting
raised on George A. Jackson’s place,
troublesome. The Governor has taken
which he is working during Mr. Jack Bradley A Rulofson’s Gallery withan ELE
VATOR, 429 Montgomery Street, San Fran
steps to inform the proper U. S. offi
son’s absence East.
M. E. UHURcn.—Religious services every
Sunday, at the usual hours, by the Rever cials of the threatening aspect of af
V enison .—Since the expiration of
ends J. W. Stahl, N. A. Starrand M. A. fairs by sending off telegrams to be
the game law, venison is coming in.
followed immediately by letters to the
Col. J. N. T. Miller, C. W. Savage The meat is fat and excellent, and
C atholic C hurch .—Divine Services ev
j (California St., one door west of Sachs Bros.,)
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa Commander of this Department.
and Newman Fisher, accompanied by sells for about eight cents a pound.
The prompt action of the Governor their respective families, and James
M. E. S unday S chool .—Regular meetings
A ccident .—John Beard met with
will doubtless delay the removal of C. McCully, left for the Lake country
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
DEALER AND WORKER IN
U athoi . ic S unday S chool . — Regular the U. 8. troops from Camp Warner this week. They were well supplied an accident by a horse falling back
meetings every Sundav afternoon, at two
to Camp Bidwell, as has been ordered. with provisions and contemplate a sev wards with him last Sunday. He is TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ETC.
now able to be about now, however.
The troublesome Indians are the va eral weeks’ siege.
eeps constantly on hand an
F. 0. MEISTER ANO TRAVELER S 6UIDE.
assortment of the best
grant portion of the Snakes, the Pah-
E. Steele, of Yreka, passed through
Stages leave Jacksonville as follows :
For Rock Point, Grant’s Pass and Rose Ute tribe.
town Thursday on his way to attend has purchased the old Arkansas stable TINWARE,
burg, every day at 8 a. in. Mail closes at
C hewacan V alley , July 18th.
and lot from Sachs Bros. We were
Court at Crescent City.
not advised of the price paid.
For Phmnix, Ashland, Yreka and Red To His Excellency, Governor Grover—
CHAINS, LEAD PIPE,
ding, California, every day at 3:30 p. m. Dear Sir: As it seems the only re
Mail closes at 3 p. m.
Portland on Thursday.
S hipment M ade . — G. Karewski
For Applegate, Kerbyville, Waldo and source left us, I, at the suggestion of
Crescent City, everv Monday and Thursday
W. C. Griswold, of Salem, passed this week loaded several teams with
PAINTS, SIZES, GLASS,
morning at 4 o’clock. Mail closes at 8 p. ni. the citizens of this and the surround
lard and bacon for Portland.
OI2S, HOSE, POWDER.
the preceding evening.
ing valleys, ask and pray that you
The mail for Central Point, Table Rock,
Eagle l*oint, Rrownsborough and Sam’s will do all in your power to give us
BAR, PLATE AND ASSORTED IRON.
NEW, THIS WEEK.
Valley leaves every Wednesday morning ; protection. It seems the Military De
G. Karewskl left for Portland on
close« the preceding evening.
Oregon Division No. 1,
The mail for Linkville, Hot Springs, Yia- partment have concluded to abandon Wednesday.
nox and Tuike City, leaves Ashland every
Sons and Daughters of Temperance, meets
Monday morning. For I.inkville every
on Tuesday evening of each week in the
Monday and Thursday mornings.
have) regardless of all our petitions the North some days ago, on a visit to Odd Fellows’ Hall. Brothers and sisters in
Money Order Office open from 9 a. m. to
invited to attend.
sent in, and everything else. These their relations. They intend going as good standing are
ANNA DO WELL, W. P.
O ffice H ours —From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m.; Indians are roving all over the coun far as Pierce county, Washington Ter
J. R. W ade , R. S.
BRASS AND I RON WIRE,
Sundays, 30 minutes after arrival of stages.
Mail matter must l»e in on time or it will try, killing stock when it suits them. ritory, where a daughter—Mrs. Geo.
M ax M uller , P. M.
Ocheho says he has some Indians he T. Vining—resides.
Cast Iron and Steel Plows.
R emoval —Judge A Nunan intend
A DM INISTR A tor ’ s S A LES.—James 1 (lie County Court ol Jackson county, ROPE,
occupying their new quarters by the
Miller, Administrator of the estate of Oregon, the undersigned, Administrator of
ago there were two of our citi- W. Nus, will sell some personal prop
first of next week.
zens out hunting a stock range and
Court House door in Jacksonville, in said
W11EEL-B A R ROWS,
P rospecting .—Judge Duncan, Jas. were attacked by one of these roving
Lawrence and another gentlemen left and lawless bands of Indians and Nus stand, Link river, next month.
1UO O D EN A ND W1LLO IF WA R E,
town this week on a prospecting tour. barely escaped with their lives, Their The exact day is not yet set.
at 1 o’clock r. M., the following described
A. S. Moon, Administrator of the Real Property, situated in Jackson county,
S isters ’ S chool .—The Sisters will pack mule was killed and most of it estate of J. II. Billinbrock, will sell Oregon, belonging to said Estate, to-wit :
The N. W. and theS. W. '» of Section
open their school on Monday, August eaten up by them.
The Interior Department suffers
Al wavs on hand a large lot of parlor, cook
Range two (2) West, containing three hun
17th, after a vacation of several weeks.
Court House door on the 12th of next dred
I them to go and do what they choose,
and twenty (320) acres—being the ing, office, cabin stoves, of assorted sizes,
plain and fancy, constructed on tho latest
Home Place of deceased.
I n T own .—Dr. Haskell, formerly and the Indian Agent says they have month.
The List fractions of the N. E.
of Sec fuel-saving plans. Boilers, kettles, pots,
everything connected with these stoves
agent of Wilson’s circus, but now lec no power over them now. In the
Asher I). Heald, Administrator of tion four (4), Township thirty-seven (37), and
durable and perfect.
Range two (2) West, containing forty
turing in the cause of Temperance, is name of God what are we to do under the estate of Samuel Dewitt, will sell South
All articles sold or manufactured by him
eight and fifty-eight one-hundredths (48.58)
warranted. His work is made of the best
some real property at the Court House acres, adjoining the Home Place.
this state of affairs ?
Lotsnumlier 1 and 2 ofSection twenty (20), material and of the choicest patterns.
Z-iU Orders attended to with dispatch and
All we ask is that these Indians be door to-morrow.
and lots number 1 and 2 of Section seventeen
N otary P ublic .—Governor Gro
(17), in Township thirty-five (35), South filled according to directions. He is deter
ver has commissioned A. B. McIlwain, put on some reserve or the troops re
T he M odocs at P awpaw .—On the Range 1 West, containing one hundred and mined to sell at low prices foreash.
twenty-three (123) acres.
of Waldo, Josephine county, as a No
24th ult. Bogus Charley, one of the
The S. W.11 of N. W. ’, of Section twenty
Your earliest attention to this mat chiefs of the Modoc tribe, was in eight (28), mid the S. E. 14 ofS. E. 1. of Sec
twenty-eight (28), in Township thirty-
ter will much oblige all the citizens in St. Louis with H. M. Jones, Agent of tion
four (34), South Rango 1 East, containing of all kinds, of the best brands,wholesale and
M usical .—The Vieuxtemps Broth this community, and for which atten
eighty (80) acres.
Lot number 4 of Section twenty-nine (29),
ers write us from Yreka that ttyey
tion you will have our heartfelt remnant of the Modoc tribe is sta Township thirty-five (.’«»), South Range 1
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
will be in Jacksonville on Thursday,
West, containing sixteen and ninety one-
Charley held levees at the hundredths acres (10.90-100) acres.
In connection with all these I have on hand
large assortment of
G eorge F reeman .
St. Clair Hotel, and was to return to
S ociety M eeting .—A meeting of
the reservation with Jones. The tribe 5, Township thirty-seven (37), South Range
ar A ccounts . Gen. J.
West, containing seventy-one and three of all kinds—just what everv married man
the Agricultural Society has been
on the reservation numbers 153, and it 2 one-hundredths
(71.03-100) acres, excepting
in his family. And if you don’t l»e-
called for Saturday, loth inst. Read
is said by the Agent that their con one square acre out of the Northwest corner, ' wants
lieve it. call and examine my stock before
I duct is very exemplary ; that they known as the < 'oilier tract.
Tertns of Sale—Gold coin, payable six I purchasing elsewhere. JOHN BILGER,
Col. Stone, left for Yreka last Mon
months after day of sale, drawing interest Importer of farm implements and machines.
A ppointment .—David Cronemiller day evening, after a vpry pleasant show a disposition to work, and have at
one per cent, per month with security.
ANDREW S. MOON.
has received the appointment of Dep professional visit among us. We had abandoned the practice of gambling.
Adni’rof J. H. Billinbrock’s Estate.
uty Great Sachem of the Improved Or not the fortune to have any considera
August 3d, 1874.
I mprovements .—A new sidewalk
der of Red Men for District No. 1.
ble conversation with Gen. Hardie, but has l»een laid down in front of Beek
A SPLENDID OFFER I ;
E normous Y ield .—Joseph Dou- we learn from those who did have, man’s banking-house and the City
AN EASY FORTUNE!!
den, of Sam’s Valley, this year culti that the General was well satisfied with Drug SH/ore.
l)r. Jackson is building a new fence The DEMOCRATIC TIMES for a Year,
vated a crop of oats which averaged
around his premises.
125 bushels to the acre. Who can
A year ’ s subscription to
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
nine-tenths of the vouchers had been
The District School House is being
beat it ?
IN AID OF
inspected by him. Those whose
WOOD’S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE!!
B oard of E qualization .—D. II. I claims have not been inspected can repainted and receiving other repairs.
AND A CHROMO OF
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
C. Coleman has been building an ad
Taylor, County Assessor, in another address Gen. Hardie at Washington
column gives notice that the Board of with affidavits of the accuracy and dition to his store.
Equalization will sit on the last Mon reasonableness of the charges.
A new awning is being erected in
JULY 31, 1874.
day of this month.
The next Legislature will doubtless
provisions for the payment of
LIST OF GILTS.
F or R ogue R iver .—P. Britt left
R eligious .—Rev. T. F. Campbell,
One grand cash gift........................... 8250,000
for the Rogue River Falls on Thurs
of Monmouth, Polk county, has been
One grand cash gift........................... 100,000
day morning. He took his photo
holding forth to good houses during
Ono grand cash gift.......................... 75,500
Our representatives in the next Leg
One grand cash gift........................... 50,000
graphic apparatus with him, and in
the past week, Mr. Campbell’s orato-
One grand cash gift........................... 25,000
tends taking photographs of the Falls
5 Cash Gifts, $20.000 each........... 100,000
rical and reasoning faculties, which
fail to present the subject and see that
14,004» each.......... 140.000
and other scenery. Jackson county
were so well displayed in the late po
20 Cash Gifts,
5,000 each.......... 100,000
abounds in romantic scenery, which justice is done.
litical campaign, are in their element
25 Cash Gifts,
4,000 each........... 100,000
would be a credit to any work contain
30 Cash Gifts,
3,000 each............ 90,000
S erious A ccident .—John Collins on the discussion of religious questions,
50 Cash Gifts, ’ 2,000 each............ 100,000
met with a severe accident at Capt. and his efforts are well spoken of by
100 Cash Gifts,
1,000 each............ 100.000
240 Cash Gifts,
500 each............ 120,000
N ew S tore . —Attention is called to
500 Cash Gifts.
100 each............ 50.000
preach the balance of the week, and
19,000 Cash Gifts,
50 each........... 950,000
the card of John A. Boyer, and also day. It seems that he had unhitched
ALL FOR THE
his new advertisement. He has just the animals from the thresher, and
Grand Total, 20,000 Gifts, all cash, $2,500,000
opened a new and superior stock of dropped their halters to attend to
PRICE OF TICKETS.
S urveying C ontracts .—W. B.
groceries, candies, nuts, etc., and something else, when they liecame Pengra, of Lane, has secured contracts Trifling Sum of FOUR DOLLARS!
Whole Tickets...................................... 8 50.00
IF PAID IN ADVANCE.
everything that can be found in a flrst- frightened and ran away, The halters for surveying in this county to the
Tenth or each Coupon.........................
<4ass variety store, in Linn’s brick
11 Whole Tickets for......................... - 500.00
amount of $2,882. J. H. Evans and
22^ Tickets for..................................... 1000.00
building, and invites his many friends Collins’ feet, and before he could ex J. G. Gray, of the same county, have
For tickets or information, address
tract himself the animals had dragged
te call and see him.
also secured contracts in Jackson to the
TITOS. E. BEAM LETTE,
him several hundred yards, breaking
Agent and Manager,
E volution . —We have received a a rib, tearing the clothes from his body amount of $5,000. Howard & Huffer’s rnilE MAGAZINE is one of tho best Public Library' Building, Louisville, Ky.
I monthly publications published, the
July 3, 1874.“
lengthy criticism of Rev. T. F. Camp- and bruising him in a terrible manner. contract for surveying in Douglas and original
price of which is $1.00. Though
Coos amounts to $4,000.
its subscription price is moderate, the Mag
ben’s sermon on the above subject by
AUGUST 7, 1874
OLD AND RELIABLE HOUSE
— of -—
Haro on hand aud offer for sala
The Largest and Best Àaeortment
—USUALLY KEPT IN—
A First-Class Establishment I
John A. Womack, of Ashland. We
are since in receipt of a- request from
several of the citizens of that place,
desiring us to publish the same. We
we will do so next week, as it came
too late for this week’s issue.
W ar C laim A gency . —We call
the attention of soldiers and those in
terested to the advertisement of the
law and collection agency of W. H.
Aiken of San Francisco. They will
there find reliable information as to
additional travel pay, Bounty Pensions,
Prise Money and Land Warrants allow
ed by the Government We believe
that Mr. Aiken from his official posi
tion in the Grand Army has the con
fidence of soldiers on this coast. In
formation given by him free of charge.
F rom H ot S prings .—We were
glad to receive a call from our old
friend Major Brooks, just arrived from
the Hot Springs, near Linkville. The
Major informs us that he has built a
comfortable bath house at these springs,
I where the public can bathe free of
charge. We trust that the Major’s in-
' Vftlid wife, who has been suffering
with rheumatism for the last eleven
years, will be restored by the use of
those mineral waters, to her former
G ranger W agon . —We were mis
informed in regard to the Granger
meat-wagon ceasing operations. It is
running as usual, Geo. W. Isaacs, in
N ew L odge . —John Clmborsky, at
stead of N. C. Dean, being now pro
the close of the recent session of the
Great Council of Red Men at Portland, prietor.
instituted Willamette Tribe No. 6, L
C ounty C ourt .— The County Court
O. R. M., there, to work in the Ger was in session this week. The full
proceedings will appear in our next.
THE WANT of THIS COMMUNITY.
FIRST - CLASS
ZfT We invite all to call and examine our
Goods and Prices, feeling assured that we
will give entire satisfaction to ALL.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
H appy R elief to Y ouno M en from the
effects of Errors and abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impedimenta to* Mar
riage removed. New method of treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Books and
circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Number 2
South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa.,—an In
stitution having a high reputation for hono
rable conduct and professional skill.
TWO HUNDRED BUSHELS PER ACRE.
Farmers and Gardeners, Read This.
Agents Wanted to sell the Japanese Peas.
These Peas have recently l»een brought to
this country from Japan, and prove to be
the finest pea known for Table use or for
Stock. They grow in the form of a bush,
from three to five feet high, and do not re
quire sticking. They yield from one quart
to a gallon of peas per bush. A sample
package, that will produce from five to ton
bushels of peas, with circulars giving terma
to Agents, and full directions as to the time
and manner of planting, will be sent post
paid, to any one desiring to act as Agent, on
receipt of 50 cents.
L. L. OS M ENT, Cleveland, Tenn.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,
Cor. California A 4th Sts.
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
spectfully inform their friends and the
public generally that they have p—K“r?i!
the above establishment, which will be
henceforth conducted under their constant
personal supervision, and they guarantee
satisfa<*tion to all who may favor them with
These stables are centrally located, and
within convenient distance "of the varioua
houses of public entertainment. Horses
and mules will l>e Ixmrded and cared for at
moderate charges. Thev have one of the
largest and finest stocks In Oregon, south of
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
With single or double teams, for hire on rea
sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses
and Mules, which will l»e hired to go to any
part of the country at moderate rates.
Animals bought and sold, and broke to
saddle or harness.
KUBLI A WILSON.
Of which the above gives but an idea, is a CALIFORNIA STREET, Jacksonville,
beautiful and truthful representation of the
renowned Yosemite Valley, situated in Cal
ifornia, which is visited yearly by thou
sands of tourists from every part of the
air cutting , shaving , sham .
world. It is 14x20 inches in size, is pro
l>ooing and ladies' hair cutting done in California Street, Jacksonville, Ogn.,
duced in seventeen oil colors, and is an or
j first-class style.
nament to any room. It cannot be pur
chased in any of our stores. It is well worth
$2.50, which we were offered for ours.
An entirely new discovery for cleansing
the scalp and restoring the hair to its natu
Those not desiring the Chromo, will be ral vigor. Price, $1.00 per bottle.
furnished the T imes and magazine for $3.50, RAZORS CAREFULLY PUT TN ORDER.
Hosiery, Hats, Boots and Shoes,
This is doubtless one of the best induce
ments ever offered to the public, and every
M ill notice .
body shouldavailthemselvesofit. We mean
what we say. We stand responsible for the
E ARE NOW READY TO RECEIVE LIQUORS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY
delivery of the Chromo and Magazine. We
wheat in store, and will commence
have already furnished the Magazine and
grinding on the 10th inst.
Chromo to several persons, who can attest
Our terms for grinding will be the eighth
bushel, or exchange.
A LL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
HULL A NICK ELT,,
2X the lowest rates for ('ash or in exchange
DALEY A EMERY.
T imes O ffice , Jacksonville, Ogn.
for produce, hides, furs, etc.
Butte Creek Mills, Sept. 1, 1873.
azine is decidedly not a “cheap John” af
fair, as a sample, which may be seen at the
T able R ock S aloon .—Attention T
imes O ffice , will attest.
is called to the advertisement of this
popular resort. Messrs. Wintjen &
Helms keep constantly on hand a com
plete supply of liquors, wines, cigars,
etc., of the best brands. A cabinet of
curiosities may here be found, and the
proprietors solicit contributions of spec
imens, etc., to their enterprise.
We flatter ourselves that a fourteen veara’
experience has made us familiar with