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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1874)
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1 KÍDAY,.................... ...OCTOBER 1«, 1874.
ARENTS FBR THE TINIES.
<ieo. P. Rowell A Co... ................... New York.
S. M. Pcttingill A Co. ................... New York.
L. 1’. Fiaher,................ ............ San Francisco.
Thos. Boyce................... . ............. San Francisco
Ihm. L. Green............. .....Josephine County.
A correspondent says that Ashland
has 107 dwelling houses, and many
our Bodies are re-
Beautiful days and moonlight
more are being erected. There are newed once in seven years. The material
nights. Ye lover is in ecstasy.
of which they are reconstructed is the blood,
about 75 families in the town, and the and
unless it be fully charged with the ele
Sachs Bros, and Fisher A Caro re population amounts to about 350.
ments of vitality, the strenuth and health
of the system decline. Of all blood depur-
ceived more new goods this week.
L. B. Applegate, who has been so ents. Dr. Walker'Foiej/ar fitter« is the saf
Latest Sensation — Girls rushing journing with his relations during the est and most infallible. There is no dis- j
ease arising from depravation of the blood,
around town at dusk-in male attire.
| summer, favored us with a call. He which it will not specdilj- cure.
T. G. Owen has hung up his shingle ; left for Southern California for the
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
in Marshfield, and is practicing law. i benefit of his health a few days ago.
H appy R eltepto Y oung M en from the
Wintjen A Helms have just receiv
The Stage Company some time ago effects of Errors and abuses in early life.
ed a new stock of fine liquors, wines, ’ awarded a contract for furnishing 3,000 Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. Now method of treatment.
bushels of oats to G. Karewski at near New and remarkable remedies. ¡looks and
sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
We are pleased to see that John Bil ly 25 cents a bushel. Thos. McAndrews circulars
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Number 2
Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa..—an In
ger has recovered from his recent ill furnished Cole’s station with 3,000
stitution having a high reputation for hono
bushels at about 30 cents per bushel. rable conduct and professional skill. 45
Col. Stone, Superintendent of the O. Verily oats are low.
A C. Stage line, was in town this
Geo. 11. Young has just finished his
contract for building an oven for
The new code allows County Com Wm. Kreuzer’s bakery, and the ba- ;
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
missioners $1 per day while in kery has been removed against Wint VTOTICE
the undersigned has boon appointed !
Administrator of the Estate of Andrew J.
modate those digging the cellar for the , <'oakley, deceased, by the County Court of;
M. Mensor has started a store at proposed Masonic structure.
All | tersons indebted to said estate are re- i
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Kerbyville, with Abraham Mensor as
quested to settle the same immediately, and j
F air and R aces .—Tho Siskiyou l all persons having claims against the same
are requested to present them with the
Judge A Nunan are agents for the County Fair, held at Yreka last week, proper vouchers to meat my residence near
Willow Springs within six months from the
State Investment Insurance Company was a successful affair in every re- | date
not up to former occasions. A sum
September 11. 1874.
The proceedings of the October mary of the same may be interesting
term of the County Court are crowded to our readers:
Executrix’s Notice. •
out this week.
Trotting race for colls foaled in 1871 for a VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT!
of about 8000. Won by S. Magoffey’s
There seems to be some opposition “Siskiyou
A the undersigned has been appointed i
Girl,” by “Gladiator,” distancing by
the County Court of Jackson countv !
by the residents of Ashland to incor the rest. Time,3:12'*.
Executrix of the estate of Robert Brown, j
Trotting race of 10 miles, for double teams, deceased.
porating the town.
for a purse of 8100. Won by Thos.
All persons indebted to said estate are re- I
M. Bauin, of the firm of McCall A McGrath’s team. Time 43:110.
quested to settle the same immediately,
Trott ingraee, best 3 in 5, for purse of and all persons having claims against said
Co., Ashland, has gone toSan Francisco 8150.
Won by Col. Winegar's “Pompey,” | estate are requested to present them with
to lay in a stock of goods.
by “Keokuk,” beating Wm. McConnell’s tin* proper vouchers to me at my residence '
“Tip Ward” in three straight heats. Time, within six months from the date hereof.
The regular quarter has expired 3:01, 2 : 57, 2 :54.
Executrix of Estate of Robt. Brown. i
Trotting race for 3-year-olds, for purse of
and we will call un our advertising
September 11. 1874.
82»*». Won by 1’. G. Strickland’s “Black
patrons before long.
Cloud” by “Iamcet,” dam “Sligart,” in
1». Dunn of Ashland is sojourning in two straight heats. Time, 4:01, 3:45.
Running race, two mile bents, for purse
town, taking depositions in cases he of 8200. Won by James Reynold's “Mary
’E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Tompkins,” by ••Norfolk.” S. S. Ford’s VOTU
has been appointed referee.
undersigned has been appointed by '
“Battling Jack" won tho first heat : the the County
Court of Jackson county. Ex- |
Don’t fail to attend Stinson A Cox’s
Estate of Oliver M. Hurt, de
kins" and “Rattling Jack,"and on the third ceased.
entertainment next Wednesday even heat “Jack” was drawn on account of
All persons indebted to said estate are
hurting a loot badly, leaving “Mary” requested
ing. It will lie worth seeing.
to sett 1<‘the same immediately,
without a competitor. Time, 3 :57, 4:01’*.
and all persons having claims against said :
H. II. Gale, formerly of the Eugene
estate are re<]U(‘sted to present them with i
County Court Proeec.-llng«».
tho proper vouchers to me at mv residence j
Hawkeye, was in town yesterday. He
in Sprague River Valley within six months
is on his way from San Francisco.
from the date hereof.
SEITEM BEK TERM.
Present—lion. E. B. Watson, Judge ; M.
1‘. D. Parsons has purchased ex-Sher-
of Oliver M. Hurt.
A. Houston and John O'Brien, Commission
Oetoltcr 5, 1874.
iff McKenzie’s residence on Fifth ers.
street. The price paid was $800.
The Clerk was ordered to advertise for
(tame of all kind is abundant, es keeping the County Poor for tho ensuing
yoTlCE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT
pecially deer and quail. Venison, fat year.
the undersigned has l><‘en appointed '
A levy of taxes for the year 1874 was
and juicy, is sold for six cents a pound. i mad«', which we have heretofore published. by the County Court of Jackson county, J
M. E. (’HURTH.—Religious services every
Sunday, ut the usual hours, by the Rever-
•• ii J m J. K. N. Bell. J. S. McCain and M. A.
C at HOMO ClllWir.—Divine Services ev
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa
M. E. S unday S chool .—Regular meetings
cveYV Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
t'ATnoLtc S unday S chool . — Regular
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
P. 0. REGISTER ARD TRAVELER'S GUIOE.
Stages leave Jacksonville as follows :
For Rock l’oint. Grant’s Pass and Rose
burg, every day at 8 a. in. Mail closes at
7:30 p. nt.
For Pluvnix, Ashland, Yreka and Red
ding. California, every day at 3:30 p. m.
Mad closes at *1 p. m.
For Applegate, Kerby ville, Waldo and
Ure-went City, every Monday and Thursday
morning at 4 o’clock. Mail closes at 8 p. ni.
the preceding evening.
The mail for Central Point, Table Rock,
Faille Point, Brownsborough ami Sam’s |
Valiev leaves every Wednesday morning ;
doses the prtstsling evening.
'Hie mail for I.inkville, Hot Springs, Yia-
nox and Inke City, leaves Ashland every
Monday morning. For I.inkville every
Monday and Thursday mornings.
Money Order Offiœ open iront 9 a. in. to
5 p. m.
O ffice H ours —From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m.;
Sundays, 30 minutes after arrival of stages.
Mall matter must be in on time or ft will
M ax M i ller , P. M.
B oard of T rustees .—A regular
meeting of the Board of Trustees will
l>e held next Tuesday evening, Octo-
F or J enny C reek .—J. S. Howard,
accompanied by a company of assist
ants, left yesterday to survey some
Government land on Jenny Creek
under a contract he has secured.
B argains .—Wm. Bilger, who has
lately removed into Unit’s brick build
ing, is selling his stock of dry goods,
etc., at astonishingly low rates. Call
and sco him if you want bargains,
WHITE & MARTIN
(Successors to James T. Glenn,)
FALL AND WINTER!
J. B. WHITE.
And MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY!
LOW PRICES WILL WIN I
FISHER & CARO,
(Successors to A. Fisher A Bro.)
□THE undersigned take pleas -
i 1 ure in notifying thoir friends and the
public generally that they are now receiving
ave pleasure in announcing i ami
opening » very large and extensive
the receipt of a large invoice of
I stock of
Fancy & Staple Dry-Goods,
GENTS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING, agricultural implements ,
Hats and Caps*
HARDWARE) CROCKERY, GLASSWARE
California & Salem Cloths and Blanket^
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Littlips’, Misucs’ anti Childrrn’s Shm.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
And a General Supply of
I AM I I.Y
We have also in connection with tho above
very large and fine stock of choice
In fa-t’anytliimr you may want, no mat
ter whether you are a
WARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
PAINTS, OILS, NAIUS, WIN
DOW GLASS, CAST AND
STEEL PLO^/i, WOOD
EN AND WILLOW
OR ANY OTHER MAN.
We an- proud to state that we have thought
our st<H-k of goods at PANIC PRICES, and
We are now ready to sell anything in our
are ready to sell them accordingly
j line at lowest cash prices. Persons wishing
, to buy goods will fin<l it greatly to their ad-
; vantage to examine our stock liefore pur-
i chasing elsrwhrrr, ns we are determined not
All we ask is a call and we will guarantee to l>e undersold by any house in Jackson
Remember the ohi pla<*e.'T8*
All kinds of produce taken in exchange for
FISHER * CARO.
R esigned .—Dr. Plummer, the pop
ular Superintendent of the Western
Vnion Telegraph Company, has lately
resigned and taken charge of a drug
Administrator of the estate of James Haw-;
The petition of Win. Wheeler for a dis kins, deceased.
store in Albany. He is succeeded by
Give us a call, and then judge for
Fanners are now busily engaged
charge from his duties as Supervisor of
yourself as to our capj»citv to furnish goods
All persons in<lebt<*<l to said estate are
a Mr. Lamb.
hauling wheat to mill, and the vari District No. 13 was granted.
requested to settle the same immediately J
ous grinding establishments are busy.
The report of viewers appointed to view and all |M*rsons having claims against said I
estate are requeste<l to present them with ;
S ettle U p .—Persons indebted to
l<x-ato a county road commencing at the proper voiic I kws to me at my residence
AUTOM ATOLO GY ! !
The sale of the personal property of and
the firm of Hull J- Nickell will shortly
the Point of Rocks on the O. <’. M. Road, in Jacksonville within six months from the
3UM’ Finn! Xeir Goods!
receive a statement of their indebted A. J. Coakley, deceased, brought out in Goose I^ake Valley, to the California date hensif.
ness, which they are requested to set a good attendance. Everything sold line, was confirmed and the r«»ad estab
Adm'r Estate of James Hawkins. 1)ROF. J. H. STINSON WILL LECTURE
I on the subject of Scien<-e, Superstition |
— and —
October 5, 1*74.
tle forthwith, as the business must be
ami Automatoloirv at the Court House in 1
W ednesday , Sept. 23d.
Jacksonville on WEDNESDAY EVENIN'«;. I
settled without delay.
P. J. Ryan is making preparations The proposals for building the Jail com
< Molier 21, 1874, commencing al lialt-past
to build a frame structure bt‘tween ing on to be heard, and only one bid—G. MUSIC FOR SCHOOLS. seven o’«-lock.
R einstated .—B. F. Dowell, who
Holt's, of $8,000—having been offered,
After the lecture Hon. I. COX has con- ,
White A Martin’s and Miller’s new W.
* uted to give an exhibition of his wonder
which was rejected on account of exorbi
was suspended as a claim agent by
PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS GIVEN ful will and jiower over inanimate matter
the Treasury Department at Washing
1 to selecting of Music for school pur bv causing object» to move from place to
Ben Sachs has received an assortment posals for building the same, under the poses. Teachers favoring us with their or place and rising from the floor and floating
ton, has returned the money overdrawn
I specifications an 1 plans heretofore filed, ders need only state what class of Music in the air, thus overcoming the power of
by him and been reinstated. He has of new goods, among which are some except that the walls lie of brick instead of they desire, and we will guarantee to make gravitation without using physical force,
them a satisfactory selection.
demonstrating that inert matter can be con
published a pamphlet against W. C. elegant babies’ and children’s buggies stone.
trolled by mind. These phenomena are
GET THE BEST.
Griswold, which has been received by and wagons.
now exciting general interest in the scien
T he T iles on F ire .—All over the
world. Come and see for yourself and
J. M. McCALL A CO.
P. J. Ryan has a large number of State the tides are on fire with enthu The l»e«t NEW school singing book :
many of our citizens.
Fairy Echoes........................... Price, 8 GO hear an explanation.
men engaged on his proposed two-sto siasm on tho subject of the next and The best standard school song book :
A dmission ............................................ 50 Cents
ave received and are still
F or R oseburg .—We learn that sev ry brick, and is pushing matters last Grand Gift Concert of the Public
The Song Echo................. . Price,
Children under 10 years of age not ad
receiving the largest and best selected
eral of our farmers intend hauling rapidly forward.
st«»ck of goods ever before offered to the
Peters’ Eclectic.................... Price, 3 25 mitted, as |K-rteet silence is absolutely
Library of Kentucky, to come off on
necex^ary for the success of the jterfor- public. The stock consists of
Ix-st reed organ instructor
their produce to Roseburg for sale.
We are publishing full proceedings November 30, 1871. Until recently it The Kinkel
’s New Method.......... Price,
This is a capital idea, providing they of the Legislature. Persons desir
FANCY A STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
i was thought that the excitement was The liest instructor for the voice :
Ludden’s School for the voice,...... '» o 50
can make it profitable. Produce is so ing them for future reference should
confined to the cities and towns, but The best guitar instructor ;
abundant here that it is difficult to
file away the T imes .
reliable accounts show that the rural The best collection for male voices :
(iENTLEMEN’S and BOYS’ CLOTHING,
sell it at almost any price for cash,
Geo. A. King has thrown up his
which in a great measure accounts for
The l«>st colhsMion for mixed voices :
BOOTS and SHOES,
Ne Plus Ultra Glee Book.... Price. 1 54)
at Jay Beach’s, Fort Klamath, 1 subject as the cities. Indeed, the fact
this movement on the part o£ our far
The best collection for Church and Home :
anil left for Nevada this week in is not surprising when it is known that
The Cluster........................ ....Price, 1 50
search of new fields in which to labor. j this is positively the last chance which The best instructor for accordion :
’s <’omplete Method........ 1 .70
can be given, and at this Concert $2,- The Sedgwick
N ew A dvertisement .—E. Jacobs
for eon<,ertina :
Morrell’s Minstrels, including Char
Sedgwick’s Complete Method........
500,000 in cash will be distributed to
comes to the front again in a new ad
T he W ise M en oe the L and , the Divine, HOUSE SHOES AXD SAILS,
ley Nickerson and Jake Wallace, the ticket-holders in such prizes or
and mailed, post-paid, by
vertisement, in which he announces
Physician, the Judge, use daily, in their
J. L. PETERS. 599 Broadway,
threaten to visit us before long. They gifts as $250,000, $100,000, $50,000,
own home«*, and recommend to inyalids and
he is prepared to sell his large and su
Huflerers from Dys|>epsia, Sick Headache,
Sour Stomach, Costiveness, Heartburn, In
perior stock of fancy goods, groceries, arc now playing to good houses in the $25,000, $20,000. For further infor
HARD AND CROCKERY WARE.
digestion, Piles, Bilious Attacks, Liver
clothing, etc., at the lowest living rates. Willamette.
Complain*, Gout ami Rheumatic Affections.
Our popular townsman Isaac Sachs
Nature's own great and good remedy,
GOV. T. E. B RAM EETTE,
He this week received a large sup
ply of new goods for the fall and win led to the hymenia! altar the other day
Rrices to Suit the Timos.
Tarranli Efftncjcrnt Scltxrr Aprrirnl,
ter campaign, which he invites the
F rom C oos B ay .—Howard A Buf
as the hest nnd most reliable medicine ever
public to call and examine. Don’t fail ters. The happy couple are expect fer and surveying party have returned
offered to the people for the above class of
diseases. The nursing babe, its brothers
to visit him and judge for yourselves. ed home next week.
from Coos Bay, having finished their
and sisters, its parents and grandparents
Throe Thousand Bushels of Wheat, in rx-
Geo. Kahler, brother of C. W. and surveying contract. They report the
will all find this pleasant remedy well eliange for goods. Highest prices paid, and
F or M arket .—Dick Ish and W. F.
for their different complaints. For Goods sold at Cash rates.
Roht. Kahler, of this place, formerly a I country rough, and an immense fire This space is reserved for BEN SACHS, adapted
Please give us a call and convdn*« your
Dninnan left on Wednesday, "th inst, resident of Jackson county, but now
who is selling a complete and ele
McCALL A CO.
with a band of thirty-three horses of the Willamette, is on a visit to his
g-ant assortment of general
merchandise at the
I while surveying down hill, slipped
J. H. HYZER,
and mules for Sacramento. They are friends and relations in this section.
destined for a market and comprise
many good animals. We trust
Messrs. Manning A Ish will have the der and lightning storm last Friday In attempting to survey some land for
¡good fortune to dispose of them at night, which threatened to do serious which a milling company had a U. S.
profitable rates. Jackson county con damage, but fortunately subsided with Patent, the party came very near get
ting into trouble with the company.
tains a large surplus of horses, and we out injuring anything.
T HAVE BOUGHT M r . ACKLEY’S 1N-
all seemed glad to get back
1 ternst in the painting business, and will
roe no reason why more are not driven
We are assured that the races an again.
endeavor to conduct it myself on terms to
off to a market.
suit the times. Favors respectfully solic
nounced to come off the end of this
N. B.—I will settle all accounts of the late
F rom H appy C amp .—Wm. Bybee
i of this place, has a vine of not very
firm, pro and con.
J. H. HYZER.
has just returned from a business tour
great dimensions, which this year bore
ums has been collected.
to Happy Caiup. We have been una
117 bunches of grapes. And Johnny
lways on hand the best stock
G. W. FREY.
Latest advices from C. C. Beekman says it was not an extra year for
ble to converse with him on the sub
of Patent and Home-made Rifle and
To Close Businoss,
Guns, single and double; Revolver«
ject, but we learn that the packers in say that it will be some time before he grapes either.
CATON A FREY,
of the latest patents; Pocket Pistols, neat,
small and jowerful; Dorringen», the latent
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that locality offer this year but 7 cents will return—perhaps upwards of a
AT W. BILGER’S, JACKSONVILLE,
beat; also, the best Powder and Pow
New Boot and Shoe Store* der Flasks;
F rom S alem .—We received a letter
a pound for dressed hogs. In previous month. His family and himself areen-
Hunting and pocket knifes of
; all sorts of Shot and
years he has received 9) cents. He
CALIFORNIA ST., JACISONVILLL
HE UNDERSIGNED. DESIRING To
Pouches ; Caps, Wads and everything in
the Hportsman’s line.
close out business, will sell out his en
has offered to furnish his customers
Hon. . J. Plyntale has been so evening, which we regret to say is too
The above goods are all of the best qual
this year at 8) cents. They having sick as to be absent from his post in late for this issue. It will appear next ; for CASH.
and will tie sold
AVING PERMANENTLY LOCATED
SETTLE UP.—All persona indebted are
refused to accede to these terms, he is the Legislature for some days, but we week.
in Jacksonville, respectfully inform
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
requested to settle up immediately. A word
the nubli<> that they are prepared to do all
making arrangements to drive in and are pleased to notice him now as in
orders promptly filled. Repairing done
T hanks .—John Weiss has our
kinds of work in the loot and shoe-making
and in good st vie.
k ill and puck on his own account.
dustriously engaged as ever.
thanks for a supply of luscious grapes. » Willow Springs. A ug. 29, 1874.
J ohn miller .
CATON ± FREY.