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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1874)
Official Paper for Jackson Jt Joiephine
Published Every Friday Morning
P. D. HULL A CHAS. NICKELL.
Publisher« and Proprietor«.
OFFICE— On Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
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for each subsequent insertion.
A fair reduction from the above rates made
to yearly advertiser».
Yearly advertisements payable quarterly
Job printing neatly and promptly executed’
country along the Coast. Before the his brother, now Sir Alfred Talmadge,
other end of the State can very con the true story of his marriage in thia
Dr. L. DANFORTH.
W illiams C reek , Aug. 31,
STATE OF OREGON.
Cor. California A Oregon Sts.,
sistently clamor for additional gratui country, willed his Immense fortune
E ditor T imes :
Governor............... -.................... L. F. Grover
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Secretary ofNtate,.................. S. F. <’h»»iwick
of $4,000,000, half to the brother and a
I promised you awhile back a few ties, let them concede a modicum of sister, and the other half to his wife
Treasurer, ..................................L. Floischncr
State Printer,......................... Eugene Semple Has ____
iteais from here relative to our min even-handed justice to poor, “benight in case she might be found alive. He
his professional services to the public.
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
W. W. F.
Office on California street, adjoining Ca
ing interests. People pretty generally ed Josephine.”
further pledged his brother to send a
Circuit Judge,.................................. P. P. Prim ton’s shoe-shop. Residence on Third street, I
special messenger to America for the
District Attorney,.................... II. K. Hanna opposite and west of the M. E. Church.
realize that about tho speediest reme
A MEAT, LIFE ROMANCE.
purpose of hunting up his wife.
dy for hard times is to prosecute more
H. K. HANNA,
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment
In pursuance or these pledges a mes
County Judge,.......................... E. B. Watson
A STORY OF A 8ECRET MARRIAGE AND
thoroughly and scientifically the devel
of furniture, consisting of
was as eaity as f pocBibie after
( ounty Commissioners...... j >f A Huestnn
Ailornry-at-Law and Notary Public,
opment of our mines. The excitement
of Bir John despatched to
Sheriff,...................................... J. W. Manning
with instructions to And
Clerk,................................... ....E. D. Foudray
the bride by advertisement or by per
tributary of Briggs’ creek, has not
Assessor,................................. W. A. Childers Will practice in all thcCourts of tho State.
in the Gazette an allusion to a romance sonal search. The advertising was
Prompt attention given to all business left
been devoid of important and valuable which had for its home the village of
School Superintendent,........ H. (’. Fleming
done as we have seen, but the messen
Surveyor,.....................................E. C. Mason in my care.
results. As a sequence to that excite Dundee, In Yates county. Since that ger, following the directions given by
Coroner....................................... II. T. In low
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
Official Paper,..«............. D emocratic T imes
C. W. KAHLER.
E. B. WATSON
ment, an important section of mining time new and important develop the husband before death, came from
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
KAHLER A WATSON,
country, situated on the lower Illinois, ments have appeared in connection New \ ork to Dundee soon after land-
with that story, and we are now ena ing. At the latter place he found the
County Judge.......................... M. F. Baldwin
PARLOR A REDROOM SUITS, is being thoroughly tested as to its bled to lay before our readers some
County Commissioners....... [
gold-producing capacity, with every thing of a connected narrative of the parents of lady, who directed him to
Elmira, where she was then visiting.
Sheriff,.......................................Dan. L. Green
indication of adding materially to the events hinted at. The story in its This was in the latter part of May
Clerk.......................................... Chas. Hughes
Also Doors. Sash and Blinds always on mining enterprises and wealth of the most barren statement of facts is one last.
Treasurer.................................................... Wnt. Naucke
Will practice in the Supreme, District and
hand and made to order. Planing done on
Assessor...................................................... John Howell
other Courts ofthis State.
of strange and rare romance which will
On arriving in this city the messen
Undertaking a spe county.
Office in the building formerly occupied reasonable terms.
School Superintendent.................R. F. Sloan
Surveyor,.................................. W. N. Sanders by O. Jacobs, opposite Court House.
But the section just referred to is from the fact that the real denouement ger inquired for the residence of Cbaa,
Coroner..................................... Geo. E. Rriggs
Rowland, brother-in-iaw of the lady
not the only locality where prospecting of the drama took place in Elmira, where whom he sought. He repaired to that
Official Paper,.................. D emocratic T imes j A. CALLENDER, X. D. | A. C. MATTHIAS, M. D.
DRUGS and MEDICINES. is likely to be carried on with renewed
court sittinos .
CALLENDER <fc MATTHIAS,
resides a near relative of the lady who gentleman’s residence, No. 457 East
the chief actor in it. Partly from Water street, where he found the long-
Jarkxon rbuniv.—Circuit Court, second
vigor. The head of Sucker creek
Physifians & Surirons,
Monday in February, June and November.
relative—Mrs. Charles Rowland— waiting and long-sought bride of twen
FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK AL- seems to be the preferred destination
Connty Court, first Monday in each month.
who resides at No. 457 East Water
ways on hand at tho
of a number of different parties who street, and who is the sister of the he i ty years ago. The lady happened to
Josephine Count)/.— Circuit Court, second
be alone at the time the messenger
Monday in April and fourth Monday In Oc
contemplate putting in the Fall months roine in this live romance, and partly called. The commingling of astonish
tober. County Court, first Monday in Jan
CITY DRUG STORE,
uary, April, July and October.
prospecting. Should the head of that from various scraps published in rela ment, pleasure and sorrow, which con
Having formed a co-partnership for the
jacksonvii . le precinct .
practice of our profession, we offer our ser
stream fortunately prove anything tion thereto, we gather the story of tended for mastery as the sadly roman
Justice of the Peace,.................. J. H. Stinson vices to the public.
çir Office on California Street, opposite
near as rich as portions of it that have Candace Talmadge, nee Bliven, sub tic history of her long-ago bridegroom
Constable.................................. A. M. Asbury
stantially as follows : In 1855 a gentle was unfolded, can be better Imagined
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
been worked were, it will add a new man of high birth and great wealth in than told.
f C. C. Beekman, Pres’t,
era to gold-mining in Josephine coun England came to this country to travel
Dr. J. C. BELT,
»Soon after this denouement, Mrs.
I Sol. Sachs,
4 John Bilger.
for pleasure and to see and to study I Talmadge went to Washington, where
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
| Henry Judge,
pectors contemplate starting in on the varied scenery and the people she is now living with another sister.
( K. Kubii.
..r*. S. Havden
Thompson creek—a stream that has of the New World. A lover of na Mrs Rowland was at first reluctant to
ture in its most varied and pictur say much about the affair, but the
every advantage in point of location esque character, he spent considerable finally talked freely aud interestingly
Peter Boschey Having located in the town of Jacksonville, » Gasoline Oil and Lamps,
and natural indications to recommend I time in Central New York, going concerning her sister’s romance. She
for the purpose of practicing Surgery and
about among our beautiful lakes and stated that the messenger from Eng
it as containing valuable deposits.
other branches of his profession, respect
ETC ., ETC.
fully asks a portion or tho public patron
tarrying upon their highly cultivated land left with her sister a considerable
With the above brief summary of shores.
age. Office—Second door north of the U.
In these rambles he came to package, also letters and documents
¡u Jaeksonville I.odre No. 10, I. I). 0. F., S. Hotel.
prospecting news, I now come to speak to the quiet village of Dundee, where he from her late husliand. She said Con
f Holds its regular meetings every
Agency for Cowan’s King Remedies. of work as being prosecuted in some
made a home for some time with a duce talked little about the strango
Saturday evening at the Odd Fel-
low’w Hall. Brothers in good standing are
of the older diggings. The principal Baptist clergyman named Currier, events, and it was probable she had
C. W. KAHLER.
Invited to attend.
mining operations at this place are j While there he fell into companionship gone to Washington for the pur
T. T. McKENZIE, N. G.
with the daughter of a well-to-do gen
Jon» Bu/irn, Rec. See’v.
carried ou now’, as heretofore, by J. T. tleman by the name of Bliven. The pose of avoiding impertinent inquir
ies. Mrs. Talmadge had expressed
John A. Royer, Isaac Sachs, Kaspar Ku-
Layton—the history of whose ups and girl was at that time 16 years of age, herself entirely satisfied with the re
CALIFORNIA STREET, Jookawnvfllo,
sults of the strange messenger’s visit,
LIVERY STABLE, downs in the way of mining experi handsome, engaging and sensible.
Jaeksonv¡lie Stamm No. 14S I”. 0. R. I., I
The acquaintance soon ripened into but whether or not the documenta
ence would furnish an interesting con
Holds its regular meetings everv Thursday
air cutting , shaving , sham -
tribution to literature. He is at pres a sort of romantic friendship, and at contained a conveyance of the half of
Oregon Street, Jacksonville,
evening at the Odd Fellows’ Hall. Brothers
last the foreigner, whom we may as well
in good standing are invited to attend.
ent, however, generally acknowledged designate by his proper name and title Sir John’s estate, as it has been said
he left it, Mrs. Rowland wa9 not pre
BEN SACHS, O. C.
A. B ohn , R. S.
pared to say.
J. W. MANNING & R. ISH, Propr’s
Trustees—Herman v. Helms, Ben Sachs.
Candace has received a large num
An entirely new discovery for cleansing
ed. The direct narrative is to the ef ber of communications from lawyers
scalp and restoring the hair to its natu
Orrfonian Pocahontas Tribe No. 1, Im the
aving just received a new common pluck, energy and persever fect that the two were united by Rev. offering assistance in securing the for
ral vigor. Price, $1.00 per bottle.
proved order of Bed Men, holds its
Mr. Currier, who was pledged to secrecy tune abroad, but she uniformly declin
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car
ance through a long and protracted ca concerning the marriage for the term of ed
stated councils at th»» Red Men’s RAZORS CAREFULLY PI T IN ORDER.
riages, we are now prepared to furnish our
all such offers, saying that she had
Hall the third sun in everv seven suns, in
patrons and the public generally with as
no need of legal aid in the premises.
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
brothers in good standing.
broke up so many men in its construc i were not informed of the action of It is understood by her friends that
A. P. OWEN, S.
As can l>c had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle tion—among others, Maury and Da . their daughter nor did the knowledge she will before a great while be visit
C. W. S avaof , C. ot R.
hired to go to any part of the country.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY! horses
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses vis, formerly of Jacksonville—is now i of the secret marriage come to the ed by her brother-in-law, Sir Alfred
’ villagers. Soon after the wedding Sir Talmadge, with whom she will go to
broke to work single or double. Horses
Orffon Division No. I,
ls»arded. and the best of care bestowed upon owned and controlled principally by John left his young bride and returned i possess her vast estate. The 'sister
I CAN FURNISH
Sons and Daughters of Temperaiu-e. meets
them while in our charge.
him, which practically renders him, so to iris home across the water, having i who shares equally with Sir Alfred
on Tuesday evening of each week in the
far as mining is concerned, “monarch I promised to record the marriage in also married against the parents’
Odd Fellows’ Hall. Brothers and sisters in First-Class WATER PIPE,
good standing are invited to attend.
A liberal share of the public patronage is of all he surveys.” The opening of due form as soon as he should arrive, wishes. Her husband’s name is Stan
ANNA DOWELL, W. P.
MANNING A ISH.
Cheaper and More Durable
one claim alone has cost him nearly and having additionally promised that ley. The last known of them they
J. R. W ade , R. S.
he would return within a year and take I were at Key West, Fla. It is under
$10,000. To this he has a hydraulic his wife to England. The year went stood the surviving brother has insti-
_A_, Warren Lodee No. 10, A. F. 4 A. M..
attached, with over 200 feet fall, by past and Sir John did not come. Mean : tuted a search for this sister. Should
Holds its regular communications Wood, Iron, Lead, or any other Material.
Th »rd Street,
which he is enabled to work ground time, Rev. Mr. Currier, the only per ' she be found it is likely a reunion of
/ nf \ on the Wednesday evenings or pre
ANT SIZE FURNISHED.
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore I
that would not pay to work by hand. son in America besides the young wife the family, including our Dundee girt
T. G. REAMES, W. M. i
who knew of the transaction, died and 1 will be had.
M ax M cller , Sec’y.
ENGINEER. His last clean-up amounted to about the secret died with him. Another year
Lady Talmadge’s sister states that
Send viur orders to
$5,000, or, say $3,000 over expenses passed, and five, then ten. and almost the clergyman who performed the se
lath Ifbfkah Decree Lodre No. 4,1. 0. 0. F., Or A lex . M artin , Agent, Jacksonville.
of the run, and this was not what was twenty, and still the waited-for hus cret marriage twenty years ago came
THROUGH TICKETS, 12$ C ts .
Holds it« regular meetings on every other
considered the best ground. A great band did not return to make good his to her father’s house two or three
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
Members in good standing are invited to
piIOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CI- deal that was worked probably had ' promises, nor did any tidings, we un- times during the year of pledged secre
N. FISHER, N. G.e
' derstand, reach the ears of Candace cy, evidently determined to reveal
V ' gars constantly on hand. The reading
J ane K ubi . i , R. S.
Wholesale I>ealer In
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi nothing in it; but the expeditious concerning him. At last, in March what he had done. His manner is
cals and leading papers of the Coast. 29tf. manner in which the soil was made to last, through the instrumentality of
now remembered to have been singu
Jacksonville Turn vert in So. 1,
disappear before his immense hy a personal advertisement in one of the lar, but at the time it attracted no un
Holds its regular meetings at Turnverein
J. H. HYZER,
New York papers, the long silence usual attention. He was a Baptist
I draulic made this a drawback of scarce
Hall every Monday evening. Regular Ex
ercising every Monday and Thursday eve
PLAIN <t ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, ly noticeablo consequence. He owns was broken, and tidings for which the clergyman and the Blivens were Pres
CHAS. NICKELL, President.
bride, now grown to almost byterians, and, at that time we speak
two other valuable mining claims in Dundee
E d . H orne , Secretary.
had so long waited were of, no relations socially required the
338 and 340 Pine St.,
this vicinity, worked by hydraulics. I received.
calls of the former. It is also stated
IMDEPEIDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
that the secrecy was maintained at the
San Francisco, California.
HAVE BOUGHT Mn. ACKLEY’S IN- oly of the whole diggings—a circum John to England without his Ameri solicitation of the bride, the husband
Holds its regular meetings at the District
terest in the painting business, and will
School House every Friday evening.
iff“Orders from the country promptly
to conduct it myself on terms to stance that would not be so unfortu can wife was for the purpose of ar- having urged her to go with him to
A l . CARDWELL, President.
Favors respectfully solic
i ranging matters satisfactorily with
S ophie N ickell , Sec’y.
nate for the rest of the community, his parents, who he knew would be her home and make known tbeir new
relation. This she refused tn do out
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS, N. B.—I will settle all accounts of the late were it not for his marked and grow indisposed to receive iris bride if she of
respect for his wishes respecting his
firm, pro and con.
J. H. HYZER.
ing preference for Chinamen as labor were taken to them without prior own family. A correspondence was
The City Brewery,
Jacksonville, June fi, 874.
C alifornia S treet ,
knowledge of their son’s step. Shortly maintained after Talmadge left, but
ers in the diggings.
John Noland, - - - - Proprietor. H. L. WEBB.
R. P. JONES.
his return home it happened that Candace wras always careful to dispose
Leaving the subject of mining for
while out riding with his mother one of the letters, and steadfastly retained
the present, I am reminded that the day his horses took fright, ran away, the secret locked in her own heart.
one but the choicest and best
NEW STATE SALOON, time for the meeting of the Legisla threw the two out, killing his mother
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
r . SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN-
P remiums A warded .—Th® 8a!em
forms the citizens of Jacksonville and
ture is close at hand. Josephine coun and seriouslj’ injuring Sir John. From
Cor. California and Third Sts.,
auirounding country that he is now manu-
DRINKS, 12i CENTS.
Record Bays that few persons are
ty has never experienced any evidence
facturuig, and will constantly keep on hand
Webb A Jones, Propr’s.
of the fact that the State Agri-
the very best of Lager Beer. Those wishing
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
of especial favor from the law-making America to reclaim his wife. As if
Society this year, in addition
• cool glass of beer should give me a call.
pay. Families needing anything in my line
power. Naturally so situated—being adverse fate directed his every move to the $10,000 coin premiums, and gold
can always be supplied with the purest and
nglish ale and porter , together
best to l>e found on the Coast. Give me a
with the finest brands of liquors and ci thoroughly hemmed in by, and, in ment, when he reached Liverpool he and silver medals, offer diplomas for
«. E. WATT.
CHAS. K. KLUM. call, and you will be well satisfied.
gars always on hand.
16tf. fact, chiefly composed of mountains was taken severely ill, and for a long the best display of almost every variety
WATT & KLUM,
—as to require a great deal of State time lay vacillating, as it were, between of foreign and domestic manufactures.
New Boot and Shoe Store, aid, she has received the least of al life and death. Though recovering, The diplomas were procured of the
laddie A Hamess Manufacturers,
his illness had so preyed on him that Major & Knapp Engraving and Litho
he became demented, in which he liv graphing Company of New York, and
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
ed all these years unable to make are of beautiful design and finish—one
ANUFACTURE AND IMPORT UON-
known the object for which he was of the specimens being plain, and the
oord Team, Baggy and Plow Harness,
mHE PROPRIETOR, job . wetterer ,
when sickness overtook other of difficult design and printed in
IlMtnn Team Cellars, Coneord, Team and
further the construction of a wagon
r h.M-*°w.on hand and is constantly man-
Buggy Cbllars, Men's, Boys*, and Side Sad nracturmg
colors—either one a prize that any
the best Imager Beer in Southern
road to Chetco, a harbor on the coast
dles, Bridles, Cinchaa and Stirrups, Whips, Oregon, which
wilF sell in quantities to
of last winter san- manufacturer would feel proud to pos
tJumr oi—v*. Lashes, Spurs, Cellar l*ads, suit purchasers. he Call
the public that he is prepared to do all kinds
ity strangely returned to tho afflicted sess. To any one engaged in the sale
and werythlng uwatty kept ta a well regu
ofworkinthe boot and Bhoe-making line.
lated harness establishment.
man, but only for a short interval be or manufacture of articles for which
Wk are using Kerby’S Genuine Santa Cruz
fore death relieved him of that life these diplomas are offered, they will
Leather, and guarantee Satisfaction to our
it is said to be twenty or thirty miles which had been a burden. During possess value far beyond any coin pre-
Cdsi efin lira.
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Me. WIL-
All Kinds of Job Printing
I mium given by the Society. Speci
nearer than Crescent City. The con this lucid interval recollection of hi9 mens of these diplomas can be seen by
A son Is doing for himself, and I forbid any
ALL CHEAP FOR CASH.
one letting him have anvthing on my ac- NEATLY A CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT struction of such a road would open up earlier life came back to him and the
secret wife at Dundee was uppermost calling on the Secretary of the Society,
Repairing neatly and quickly done.
Please give us • e»H.
i in bis though™. He made known to ! Mr. R M. Waite, of Itoleffk
The Times Office»