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MORE AHOi r THE QUARTZ 1»IM OV-
T he G alice C reek M ines .—The Ci kuuit C ourt . —The fol Io wi ng cases
NEW, THIS WEEK.
excitement consequent upon the dis have been acted upon since our last:
J. Elliott vs. D. C. Jones ; suit to
M ount » R anch . Jackson Co.,)
covery of the quartz mines at Galice
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
FRIDAY,.....................DECEMBER 11, 1874.
Thursday, Dec. 9, 1871. j
Creek seems to he on the increase. recover personal property. Demurrer
E ditor D emocratic T imes :
TS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
The returns from the ore sent from Several of our citizens have left for to defendant’s answer overruled and VTOTICE
11 persons indebted to the undersigned ,
that section to see what prospect there plaintiff allowed ten days to filo an that I have placed niv accounts in the I
Gen. I*. Rowell A Co„...................... Now York. the mammoth ledge (called the “Y ank
hands of J. H. Stinson, Justice of the Peace, (
S. M. l’ettintfill A Co.....................Now York. ledge), Josephine county, of which I is of “making their pile.” Parties swer to defendant’s motion.
collection. Those interested will take I
L. P. Fisher,................................ San Francisco.
A. Fisher & Bro. vs. Geo. A. Jack- notice, as business is meant.
San Francise»» promised you a report last week, an* i from other parts of the State are also
Rowell A Chosman.............................. St. bonis
arriving upon the scene, among whom son ; action to recover money. Judg Jacksonville, DAVID
I »an. L. Green..................... Josephine* County.
ment by confession.
Kerbvville assays made by Mr. Elmer, of XV alia are Judge J. H. Reed and W. II. j
Ren Haymond.................................. Rock Point
Walla, W. T., on the 29th of last West, of Portland. Judge Reed for- 1 L. J. C. Duncan efaZ vs. John Cim-
i October. The-e assays were made for merly owned sotpe placer mines on borsky and Rafael Morat; injunction.
PURSUANT TO INSTRUCTIONS, THE
Con tin ued.
Mr. C< mrtney. For one of these assays I that creek, bat, we believe, sold them
1 umlersigned offers for sale the well-
J. T. Glenn and Jacob Ish vs. Sam. known Black Hawk Monran stallion “Black
Nt. E. C h men.—Religious services every , the ore was taken from about 100 feet a short time ago. The ledge is of im- j
Sunday, at the r»«nal honrs. hv the Rever
” th»* property of Uncle Billy Burke.
Hava on hand and offer for sale
mense proportions, some saying that it Bowden ; action to recover real prop Prince,
If not sold before, 1 will sell him at public
ends J. R. N. Bell, J. S. McCain and M. A. : up on the ledge. It yielded $6.06 of
can be traced for twenty-five miles, i erty. Continued.
auction to the highest bidder on SATUR
C atholic (’„Turn.—Divine Service's ev
while its width is estimated as high as I W. K. Ish vs. D. R. Jones; suit for DAY, DECEMBER 19, ALEX,
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa $44 92 per ton. The other assay was
The Largest ani Best Assortment
two hundred feet, with a depth of 5(H) dissolution of partnership and an ac Jacksonville, Dec. 7, 1874.
made from ore taken from the ledge at
M. E. S fnoay Semoof..—Regular meetings
feet in sight. The assays of ore from count. C. W. Savage, J. C. Tolman
i the river’s edge—a depth of about. 500
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
this ledge, made by various assayers on and T. T. McKenzie appointed ref
C atholic S unday S chool . — R»*gular feet Irotn the surface—and yielded
this Coast, speak favorably for its erees and case continued.
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
rpiTE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
I *10.37 of silver and |68.21 of gold, or
Court adjourned withont day.
richness. We understand that it is the
I Gol<l Hill (piartz Mining Company will
' a total of $78 58 per ton. The above
be held at its otliee nt the store of Sachs
intention of Mr. Courtney, one of tho
R. 0. REGISTER AND TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
Bros.. Jacksonville, on Saturday, the 9th
samples were taken from the ledge on
P repayment of P ostage .—From »lav
of January, 1875. A full attendance is
persons interested, to ship below for
Stages leave* Jacksonville ns follows :
as tin* »‘lection of officers and oth
For Rock Point, Grant’s Pass and Rose
milling a few tons of this rock, so as
er business of importance will be transacted.
burg, every day at ff a. m. Mail closes at sent some ore taken from six different
By order of the President.
to fully test its value and ascertain tal law makes it incumbent upon us
7:30 p. in.
IKE SAf’HS, Secretary.
to prepay postage, that is, to pay the
For Phoenix. Ashland, Yre ka ami Rod
Jacksonville. D»*c. 10, 1874.
—UM-A.LLT KETT IK—
ding, California, every elay at 3:30 p. in. the South side of the river, to lion. A.
Mail closes at 3 p. ni.
movement will necessarily be retarded
Fe»r Apolegate, Kerbyville, Wald»» anel J. Dufur, the State Agent of the P. of
considerable expense to us, J»ut we do
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
Crese*ent City, everv Monday and Thursday II. ot Oregon, which he had assayed bv some time, as, owing to the rough
morning at 4 o'clock. Mail closes at 8 p. m.
roads, it is impossible to do so now.
the preceding evening.
James II. Fisk of Portland. It yield
riHIEQUARTERLY EXAMINATION OF
Should these discoveries prove as rich price, as some papers have done. All 1 applicants for Teachers’ Certificates for
The mail for Central Point. Table’ lloe-k.
Eagle Point, Rrownsltorough and Sam’s ed $3.13 of silver and $62 63 of gold, | and extensive as we have cause to be we ask is a prompt settlement when Jackson county, Oregon, will be held in
Valley loaves every Wednesday morning : or $65.76 per ton. These samples were
lieve they will, the famous Comstock the subscription falls due, and we
closes the* precceling evening.
Saturday, December 26, 1874.
The* mail for Linkville, Heit Springs, Yia- taken from the same level as that of ledge of Nevada will be left in tho trust our patrons will respond to this
n«x an<l Lake Citv, loaves Ashland everv Mr. Courtney’s assays—from six differ
Those desiring Certificates will take due
noti»-<* thereof and govern themselves ac-
M onday morning. For Linkvillo every
shade. Money will be more plentiful rule in a cheerful manner.
Monday ami Thurselav mornings.
ent points—and were mixed together than ever before, for there is enough
H. ('. FL1ZMING,
Money Order Office open from 9 a. m. to
County School Superintendent. We flatter ourselves that a fourteen years’
ns it o f V e n u s. —T h i s as t ron o m -
when assayed, while his assays were for all. Jackson and Josephine coun
experience has made us familiar with
5 p. m.
December 9th, 1874.
ical phenomenon occurred last Tues
O ffice H ours —From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m ; made separately.
ties cannot be benefit ted more by any
Sundays, 30 minutes after arrival of stages.
I was in hope that I would have ere enterprise than by the successful work day. it was observed with great in
Mail matter must be in on time nr it will
terest in many localities, but the peo
M ax M ullf . r , P. M.
' this received receipts from rock sent to ing of these mines.
THZ WANT of THIS COMMUNITY.
San Francisco, but am disappointed in
niMNOI.l TION NOTICE.
PBOF. J. II. STINSON
R ailroad E xtension .—Speaking ically inclined, it passed off with
! that respect. There are many per
Will delivera lecture at the Court House,
The firm of Hull A Nickell, in publishing sons visiting the ledge th’.s week. By of extending the railroad this way little or no notice.
Jacksonville, commencing al half-past six
o'clock on the evening of
the T imes , has been dissolved by mutual ! next week I will try and <»ive birth r from Redding, the Yreka Journal says:
H orse T raining .—W. F. Drannan,
consent, P. D. Hull withdrawing. All ac
Saturday, Dec. 12, 1874.
The general opinion below is, that an experienced trainer of horses, is
counts due said firm prior to September 1st. definite reports. M artin P ktee :'0N.
of th»* Lecture will be “Darwin's FIRST -CT j ASS
the railroad line will be extended north
( Irigiii of Man—Evolution and Correlation.”
1874, may be paiel to either party, ami all
e ./ vy S entence .—Many of our of Reading next summer, and what
At the close of the Lecture
accounts against the firm will be paid bv
every body says ought to be correct, i of animals for various persons. They
HON. I. COX
the same. All persons indebted are re
If the road is extended forty miles . show a decided improvement in speed,
quested to settle forthwith, as the business : jor Virgil S. Eggleston, Paymaster of
Will give another exhibition of Odic Force
or Will Power, by which h<> suspends the
must lie closed without delay. All accounts the V. 8. Army, who frequently passed
Yreka can roach the terminus in fif pers.
law of gravitai ion ami causes inanimate ob
not settled in a reasonable length of time
jects to assume th»* actions of life simply by
will lie placed in the hands of an attorney
th»* for»*e of the mind.
for collection. All nnexpired contracts for Warner and Klamath. Some months during the summer than at present; ■
Admission, 50 cents. Children under 10
ettle U p . — David Cronemiller
years of age positively excluded.
subscription, advertising, etc., will be ful ago he was tried by court-martial at but tho greatest benefit to he gained I
elsewhere announces that he has placed
filled by the new proprietor.
I Portland, on the charge of embez
our home products to market at a rea his accounts in the hands of Justice
P. D. H ull ,
sonable rate, such as butter, eggs, bacon, Stinson for collection. Those interest WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
C has . N ickell .
! guilty on all counts. The following is cheese, fruits and many other articles, ed are requested to take notice, as
Wo invite all to call and examine our
Goods and Prices, feeling assured that we
“B ound for Galice Creek,” is the the official sentence :
besides affording cheaper freight for
business is meant.
will give entire satisfaction to ALL.
popular phrase now-a-days.
“To he cashiered ; to forfeit to tho groceries, merchandise and maehi- (
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United States all pay and allowances
T eachers ’ C ertiitcates .—Super
W ar S crip .—Persons desiring to that may bp due him at the date of von. Another great benefit to tho
intendent Fleming in another column
dispose of their Modoc Scrip would do I the promulgation of this sentence ; to California line by extension, will be
to secure all tho Southern Oregon announces that the regular quarterly
well to call on White
Martin, who be imprisoned at hard labor for five freight trade which comes at present
examination of applicants for teachers’ IV AT(’ll ES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SIL-
are paying the highest cash price for j years in a Penitentiary, and thereafter via. Portland and Roseburg, or Cres
II verware, etc., has received a large ad
Cor. California <4- 4M Stu.
certificates will occur on Saturday, De dition
to his well-selected stock of Jewelry
I to bp further confined in su< h Peniten-.
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ELGIN AND WALTHAM,
M iners ’ M eeting .—The proceed tiary until ho shall refund the amount
he undersigned would re -
L ecture and E xhibition .—The j S ample R ooms .—The original John
s)x»<*tfully inform their friends and the
ings of the meeting of the miners of
public will again bo the recipient of a Smith now holds forth at the Eagle Chains, all imported from the first manufac
public generally that they have purchased
turers in the East. A fine lot of SETH the alsive establishment, which will be
Galice Creek on November 28 th, which , the crime, name and place of abode rare treat, in the shape of a lecture and
henceforth conducted under their constant
were received too late for publication and punishment of the accused be pul»- . exhibition by Messrs. Stinson and Cox,
personal supervision, and they guarantee
be found to attend to the wants of the
to all who may favor them with
last week, will be found on our first
Also all kinds of E ight -D a Y and 30- hour I their patronage.
at the Court House to-morrow (Satur thirsty. Give Johnny a call.
• in the city of Elmira, Now York.”
C mm ks ; P ocket C uti . eky and W ii . ixiw
These stables are centrally located, and
day) evening. ’Squire Stinson has an
W ake of all kinds; a new assortment of the within convenient distance of the various
The sentence has lieon mitigated so
G etting R eady .—Henry Klippel most elegant
houses of public entertainment. Horses
F enced I n .-«-The cellar of the pro as to make ten years his term of con interesting subject to treat, which he
mules will l»e boarded and cared for at
Toys for the Holidays.
posed Masonic building having become finement, and the Penitentiary at Al will doubtless handle in his usual ex
moderate charges. They have one of the
working their quartz ledge on Lower
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south of
rather too familiar with the visits of bany, N. Y. Eggleston claims that he i cellent manner, while 1’rof. Cox will
be more successful than ever with hi*
the average pedestrian as well as the was robbed near
Reno (Nev.) of these
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
whisky-infatuated individual, a rude ! funds. He has a wife and one cluld. ' demonstrations of Odic Force, now i gaged building an arastra.
In fact everything that ia wanted for the hol- With single or double teams, for hire on rea-
railing has been put up to guard against I Col. John Green and Capt. Wilkinson that everybody is aware of the require- ! H oliday G oods .—Those desiring idavs.
A fine lot of SILVER-PLATED I sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses
ments attending an exhibition of this to purchase elegant holiday presents W ARE of the best quality. Also a fine lot ot and Mules, which will be hired to go to any
these nocturnal explorations.
will escort the prisoner to Albany, who
of the country at moderate rates.
nature. For further particulars see should not fail to examine that splen Jfu.xic Bi>.ccs, Accordcons, Guitar», Violtus, etc. ; part
Animals Isuight and sold, and broke to
A. F. A A. M.—A regular meeting
A Fine Assort ment of
saddle or harness.
did assortment of albums, books, etc.,
KUBLI A WILSON.
CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO,
of Warren Lodge No. 10, A. F. & A.
inished .—The bricks for the now at the City Drug »Store.
PilHis, Pipe-stems, and anything of that
M., will be held next Wednesday eve
P ersonal .—A. P. Owen has gone Masonic Hall have been completed
kind that mav be wanted. 1 a»n also Agent
P assed T hrough T own .—A. B. for the GBdVER £ BAKER and FLOR New Store! New Goods!
ning, December 18th. The annual I to Coos Bay. He is expected back
anil are ready for use. They number Meacham, better known as “Scar, ENCE Sewing Machines, and keep them
election of officers will transpire and : ere long, however.
od hand. "I have just received
which will make a very large faced” Meacham, passed through town ) <*<>nstantly
JOHN A. BOYER,
other business of great importance
the latest improved Florence, which feeds
I C. C. Beekman and family, who and substantial building. P. Fehely
the work FROM THE OPERATOR.
be transacted. All members and so
Jewelry, Watches and Clocks cleaned L1XVS BRICK BOLDING, CUIFOBMIA 81.,
have been on a lengthy visit East, re- manufactured them for Alex. Martin,
ami repaired and warranted. Also Sewing
journing brethren are requested to be
P onies E xported .—We learn that Machines cleaned and repaired.
I turned Saturday evening.
who had the contract. We learn that
Give me a call.
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Mr. Courtney, largely interested in the Fraternity paid $7.50 per 1,000 for John Mathews and sons, of Butte
¡GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Creek, a short time ago drove a band
F or S ale .—Per instructions, Mr. • the Galice Creek mines, favored us them.
of 200 ponies to the Territories.
Alex. Martin oilers for sale the well- ¡with a call last Friday. He is just
T he H olidays .—Christmas festi
known trotting stallion “Black Prince,” ! down from Walla Walla, and informs
F rom L eland .—L. N. Browning
vals seem to be matters of the past, and
GIVEN BY THE
owned by Wm. Burke. If not sold ' us that he was present in person when
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND PIPES,
there would be a general dearth of called on us last week and reports the
before, he will be disposed of at public i the assays of tho Galice Creek ore
holiday amusements, were it not for miners there preparing for or at work
FRUITS IN SEASON,
auction on Saturday, December 19th. | were made there.
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY!
the fact that the Literary Society is already.
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“Black Prince” is of the Black Hawk ; Dick Ish has returned from Cal ¡for- (
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES.
making extensive arrangements for a :
C ounty C ourt .—The County Court
Morgan stock and a good animal. He ' nia, having disposed of the band of
grand hall on Christmas night. A fine
was in session this week. The pro
will doubtless command a ready sale i horses he took below.
time is anticipated.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
and good price. See advertisement.
ceedings will appear in our next.
At VEIT SCHUTZ’ HALL PRODUCE
Please give me a call.
Jacksonville, August 5, 1«74,
B urned O ut .—Henry Tweed, an
D eath would be impossible if the procla
C heat .—Apples were so abundant lem on Saturday’s stage.
old subscriber to tho T imes , writing mations of the alcoholic nostrum mongers
John Bilger has gone to Linkville
this year that thousands of bushels
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS !
from Sterling Ranch, near Ashland, were true. But, alas ! their terrible excit
are either allowed to rot where they on business.
informs us that alj he possessed was ants send thousands staggering to the grave. CHRISTMAS EVENING, Dec. 25th.
M. Caton, Jos. Wetterer, Wm. Bil- |
fell or fed to the swine. Good apples
he i ’ ndersigned , sheriff of
burned the last day of August. We Instead of adding fuel to the tire of disease
■could be bought for a bit a bushel, the ger and others, have gone to the Ga- |
the county of Jackson, State of Oregon,
with such deadly compounds, try the cool
regret to learn of this misfortune and ing, renovating, purifying and regulating
will meet the tax-payers of said county, for
purchaser gathering them, of course. lice Creek mines.
purpose of receiving taxes for the* year
trust he may be all right again ere effect of that inestimable combination of A Cordial Invitation Extended to All ! the
1874, on the following days in their respec
We believe they can now be procured I
II. V. Grubbe, who has been teach
herbal juices and extracts, Dr. Walker’s
tive preeincts at their usual places of voting,
for 25 cents a bushel, delivered in ing school at Sterlingville, left this
amt will remain in each precinct from nine
Calitornia Vinegar Bitters—the sole sp»*citic
M osquite G rass .—IL W. Dyar in for Dyspepsia, Physical Debility, Headache, M aster of C eremonies —W. J. S tanley . o’clock a . m . until four o’clock p. M. of each
town. Who knows but what the Al
week on a visit to his relations at Wil- ■
forms us that he has placed his cele Bilious Colic, Liver Complaints, Rheuma
den fruit-drying process would prove
F loor M anagers :
Jacksonville, Nov. 24 Leland,.......... Dec. 7
bur, Douglas county.
Robt. Kahler, T. W. Berry, F. Kasshafer, Willow Springs 44 25 Grant’s l’ass. A4
brated Mosquite grass seed on sale at tism, Gout and — Chronic
a paying investment htere ?
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¡r-ir For tho very best Photographs, go to
E ast of the M ountains .—Col. J. the Phoenix Mills, and at the stores of
27 Rock Point..
Ashland.......... 1 44 28 iF<M)ts Creek. <4 11
S laughtering .—The slaughtering N. T. Miller, who has just returned McCall & Co. and R. B. Ilargadine, Bradley A Rulofson’s Gallery withan ELE
Little Butte..... ' 44 30 Sterlingville. 44 14
of hogs has commenced in earnest, and from the Lake country, informs us, Ashland. White A Martin also have
PICKETS, $3.50. GOOD MUSIC AND Big Butte.
.Dec. llChcwacan ....
L Supper will lie provided.
Flounce Rock 44
21 Goose Lake..
* large amount of hams, bacon and that the weather is mild and stock do- it for sale.
Table Rock,... “
lard will be manufactured this year. , ing well. He says that a Mr. Wilson
C iietco S urvey . — The County STOWELL—HART—In this county, Nov.
Uniontown ... “ 5, Link River
John Orth is engaged in curing about of Langell Valley was purchasing a
Tax-payers will please pay their taxes at
22, 1874, by Elder Martin Peterson, George
200 head, and G. Karewski 200 more, band of cattle for the market some
the above stated time. The law in regard
W. Stowell to Miss Mary Frances Hart.
be strictly enforced.
while we learn of various other per where at the time he was there, and priated $350 towards defraying the LAW—McKEE—In this city, at the Franco- Agency of the Willamette Nursery. to the collection will
J. W. MANNING,
American Hotel, Nov. 21, 1874, by Judge
sons killing large numbers. Messrs. that large numbers have been sold to
Sheriff and Tax Collector of Jackson county,
Watson, Alfred Law to Miss Catharine
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
Orth and Karewski will slaughter a ; buyers from various sections this year.
appointed agent of G. W. Walling A
GILL—ARNOLD—In this citv, at the Fran
Son’s well-known Willamette Nursery of
still larger number, if they can pur
A uction .—Ben Sachs will to-mor co-American Hotel, November23, 1874, by Oswego,
All Kinds of Job Printing
Clackamas county, informs the
Watson, John JL. Gill to Miss Liz I public that ho is prepared to till all orders for
chase them at suitable prices. Four
M eeting .—The Gold Hill Quartz row, at 12 o’clock m ., auctioh off a lot Judge
i choice fruit trees at short notice and at rea
cents a pound, gross, seems to be the Mining Co. will hold its annual meet- I of toys. The sale will take place at COOK
—FERGUSON—At the residence of sonable rates. CHERRY TREES a special NEATLY A CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
the bride’s mother, Nov. 25, 1874, by Thos. ty, of which I have a large and choice as
ruling price this year. Five cents were I ing on Saturday, January 9, 1875. i his old stand, one door east of White
Moe, J. P., T. B. Cook to Miss C. J. Fer sortment on hand. Give mo a call.
paid last year.
. For particulars see advertisement.
b . s. DUNLAP.
The Times Office.
She timocratic Simes.
OLD AND RELIABLE HOUSE
A First - Class Establishment !
LECTURE AND EXHIBITION !
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GRAND CHRISTMAS BALL!