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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1874)
L ake C ounty .—-Capt. O. C. Apple
A shland N otes .—The liquor li
gate, nowon a visit to the Willamette, WILSON—In this city, December 20, 1874,
W, R. Dunbar, who has been recent cense question, which has often sorely
to the wife of James A. Wiliam, a son.
informs the Salem Record that times
DECEMBER 25, 1874. ly traveling through this section on
are actually brightening for the set
XTOTICE 1$ HEREBY GIVEN THAT
business connected with the Temper now practicable to solution. The Board
LN the undersigned has been appointed by
AUNTS FOR THE TIMES
ance cause, writes as follows to the
tiie Connty Court of Jackson oounty, Ore
grant or refuse license, the citizens on sales of cattle and at the present
gon. Administrator of the Estate of A. J.
Geo. P. Rowell A Co.. ............... New York. Salem Statesman:
GIVEN BY TIIK
S. M. Pettingill & Co
.............. New York.
All persons indebted to said Estate are
“These are some of the men that
L. P. Fisher................
........ San Francisco.
prices for beef cattle to supply the
requested to settle the same immediately,
Thus. BojTs»............. ..........San Francisco alongside the Oregon Volunteersand
ami all persons having claims against the .
uor license shall be elected. License markets of Nevada and California. INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY! said estate are requested to present them
Rowel) A Chesman... • •.............. .St • I .oil 1 s
Dan. I*. Green............ ..Josephine Coun»v. Warm Spring and Klamath braves con and anti-license tickets may be expect He thinks 3,000 head have been sold
with the proper vouchers to me at my resi
..... .. ....... Kerbvville tended with the bloodthirsty Modocs
dence in Goose I,ake within six months
within the past three months, bringing
Ben Haymond........... .............. Rock Point
ed in the field at any town election.
from the date hereof.
in the Lava Beds. This is a lovely Post
J. J. CHARLTON,
A dancing school promises, to be the
Administrator of Estate A. J. Rountree.
and the buildings—officers’ quarters,
pound on foot. Mr. Barnes, of Goose At VEIT SCHUTZ’ HALL
November 27, 1874.
M. E. CntTRCR.—Religious service« every I hospital building—are quite comforta
The bears have been making away Lake, lately sold 300 head at $28 each.
Sunday, at the u«nal hmirs, bv the Rever
Prospects are improving.for that coun
end« J. R. N. Rell. J. 8. McCain and M. A. ble.
A number of new buildings with R. B. Hargadine’s Angora goats, ty and population is steadily increasing.
yroTicE is hereby given that
are now being erected here for the and he accordingly put out poison for There is much excellent valley land to
1 x the undersigned has linen appointed by
C atholic Curncn.—Divine Service* ev
the intruders, which had the effect of
CHRISTMAS EVENING, Dec. 25th. the County Court of Jackson county, Ex
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa better accommodation of the Post. The
be found among the lakes, plains and
ecutor of tiie Estate of Oliver M. Hurt, de
lumber for these buildings is obtained killing two grizzlies.
M. E. St’jrnAV Smooth—Regular meetings
All persons indebted to said estate aro
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
Southern-Middle Oregon has only A Cordial Invitation Extended to All ! requested to settle the same immediately,
C atholic SrjrnAY S chool . — Regular witnessed the monthly review and bat talked of. **
and all jmtsous having claims against said
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two talion inspection of the troops here—
estate are requested to present them with
Christmas will bo unobserved here
the proper vouchers to me at my residence
in Sprague River Valley within six months
their gaudy uniforms, polished guns this year, as far as public amusements
P repayment of P ostage .—From
from the date hereof.
R. 0. RESISTER AND TRAVELER’S GUIDE.
and sabres, prancing steeds, martial are concerned. However, quite a the 1st of January next the new pos
F loor M anagers :
Executor estate of Oliver M. Hurt.
Stages leave Jacksonville as follows ;
music and well-timed and regular number will be on hand at the ball at tal law makes it incumbent upon us Robt. Kaliler, I. W. Berry, F. Kasshafer,
For Rock Point, Grant’s Pa«« and Rose
October 5, 1874.
Henry Helms, Geo. P. Fitts.
burg, every day at 8 a. nt. Mail closes at movements making a very nice dis- Phoenix on Christmas Eve and the to prepay postage, that is, to pay the
7:30 p. nt.
play, and almost causing me to wish to Literary ball in Jacksonville Christmas postage in advance. This will be a
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
For Phrenlx, Ashland, Yreka and Red
I rniCKETS, $3.50.
ding, California, every day at 3:30 p. in. be a “boy in blue again,” and play sol i night
considerable expense to us, but we do 1 Supper will be provided.
Mail closes at 3 p. m.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER AND
If the Recorder will send us down not intend to raise the subscription
For Apnlegate, Kerbvville, Waldo and dier as I was wont to do in years gone
1 decree of the County Court tor the State
Crescent Citv, every Monday and Thursday by at Vancouver, Walla Walla, and Si the proceedings of the Board of Trus price, as some' papers have done. All
of Oregon, for Jackson County, sitting for
morning at 4 o’clock. Mail closes at 8 p. in.
the transaction of Probate business Decent-
letz Bloek House.
tho preceding evening.
her the Sth, A. D. 1874, the undersigned,
tees wo will give them space in our
Tho mail for Central Point, Table Rock,
Administrator of the Estate of John Thur
In company with one of the officers columns!
the subscription falls due, and ye
Eagle Point, Brownsbnrongh and Sam’s
ber, Sen., deceased, will offer for sale for
NO. 34 MONTGOMERY BLOCK,
Valiev leaves every Wednesday morning ; of the Post I strolled over to the west I
cash in TTnited States Gokl Oiin to the high
A correspondent writes about Ash trust our patrons will respond to this
closes the preceding evening.
est bidder at public auction, at the Court
The mail for Linkville, Hot Soring«. Yia- ward of the guard-house, to where land having a preacher who works for rule in a cheerful manner.
House door in Jacksonville, in said county,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAI.
nnx and Tjike City, leaves Ashland every four mounds of earth rising above
other people. This is commendable,
Monday morning. For Linkville every
Saturday, January 17th, 1875,
P ersonal .—E. H. Heard, of Yreka,
their sister soil cover the mortal re and may lie strange, as the correspond
Monday and Thursday mornings.
descr11»ed real property, situ
Money Order Office open from 9 a. m; to mains of Capt. Jack, Sconchin, Black
of Jackson, State of Ore
5 p. iu .
for Galice Creek, where he proposes of the Republic in California and Nevada, gon, to-wil :
O ffice II ovrs —From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m : Jim and Boston Charley, A plain, got to tell whether the minister’s con
The S. W.
ot N. W. L of section 20;
remaining this winter, lie looks as will give prompt attention to the collection
Sundays, 30 minutes after arrival of stage«.
Additional Travel l’ay, now due Califor E. Ij.ofS. W. J* ot section 30 ; W. *4 of 8.
Mail matter must be in on time or it will white board at tho head of each gregation fails to “pungle” enough to hale and hearty as ever, and feels con of
nia and Nevada Volunteers discharged 300 E. Ji of section 30 ; E. J4 of N. E.
M ax M uller , P. M.
grave, with the name of its occupant keep him a-going.
miles from home. Soldiers can depend on tion 30 ; S. W. of N. W. of section 29 ;
fident of striking something rich.
fair dealing. Information given free of N. E.
of N. E. ’4 of section 31. All in
and date of execution, (Oct. 30. 1873,)
When writing enclose stamp for Township 38, South of Range, 1 West, and
lettered thereon, tells who lies beneath.
reply and state company and regiment and containing throe hundred and sixty acres.
you have a discharge. Congress
Sale to commence at 1 o’clock p. m . oi
The firm of Hull A Nickell, In publishing A short distance away, still stands the
has extended the time for tiling claims for said dav.
E. I). FOUDRAY,
tho T imes , has t>eon dissolved hy mutual scaffold from which they swung from
additional Bounty under Act of J uly 28,1866,
Administrator of the Estate of John Thur
eon<**nt, P. D. Hull withdrawing. All ac earth into eternity—a terrible warning ing discoveries are' the result. A. G. has just returned from a trip to Hum. to January, 1875, so all such claims must be ber, Sr., deceased.
made before that time. Original Bounty of
December 14th, 1874.
counts duo said firm prior to September 1st,
Rock fellow and E. K. Anderson, who boldt.
$100 has i»eeii allowed all volunteers who
1874, may be paid to either party, and all
enlisted before .July 22, 1861, ftu'thrce years,
some two years ago discovered rich
account* against the firm will lie paid by weather here is clear and cold, and if
eturned .—Hon. Henry Klippel if not paid the same when dis<-liarged. Land
Warrants can be obtained for services ren
the name. All persons indebted are re the cold continues to increase as win deposits of this metal in working their
has returned from San Francisco, dered before 18.55, but not for services in the
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND
quested to settle forthwith, as the business
on, a thermometer lengthen placer diggings near Ashland, sent where he has purchased a fifteen late war. Pensions for lAte war ami 1812
order of sale <luly. issued by E. D.
must be closed without delay. All accounts
obtained and increased when allowed for
Clerk of the Circuit Court for
not nettled in a reasonable length of time ed out at the lower end will be re
less than disability warrants, but no pen Jackson county, State of < >regon, and to mo
The results of these horse power steam engine for the sions
are allowed to Mexican and Florida directed ami delivered, in favor of J. B.
will l»e placed in the hands of an attorney quired to marc the degrees to which
quartz ledge of Klippel, Beekman & war soldiers.
State of Texas has granted White <t Alex. Martin, ami against Wm.
tor collection. All unexpired contracts for the mercury will fall.
Pensions to surviving veterans of Texas Rev C. Miller for the sum of $483.35, in gold
subscription, advertising, etc., will be ful
New Orleans and Mobile Prize coin, with interest thereon at the rate of ono
think, however, the weather will be but they seem favorable enough to has been shipped already, and will ar olution.
due and being paid. W. IT. l>er cent> per month from November the
filled by the new proprietor.
warmer now than has been. Perhaps have brought an expert from ’Frisco, rive shortly, when operations will com Aikeii also attends to General law and Col lllh, 1874. Also ¡n lavor of A. Fisher and
P. D. H ull ,
N. Fisher ami against Win.
only to a Webf<x>t does it appear cold.” who is now engaged in examining'! mence in earnest.
C has . N ickell .
the recovery of the sum of K|SI.4V. together
them. There are several other depos- J
GRAND CHRISTMAS BALL!
A M erry C hristmas to all.
H ot water is the prevailing bever
age. To neutralize its nauseating ef
fects it is mixed with cold whisky.
R aces .—Some exciting races are
promised at Bybee’s race track to-day.
We learn that there will be a trotting
race and also a short running race.
S old .—Alex. Martin has disposed
of the stallion “Black Prince” to James
Leslie. Two hundred dollars was the
price paid, which is a small sum for
C lome of V olume . — With this
number closes the fourth volume and
fourth year of the existence of the
T imes . We will dilate somewhat on
this subject in our next.
S heriff S ale .—To-morrow Sheriff
Manning will sell some real estate be
longing to Wm. C. Miller and situated
in the region known as Jackass. See
notice of the sale elsewhere.
Q uarterly M eeting .—A protract
ed meeting at the M. E. Church, in this
place, closed last Sunday evening.
A fair attendance was present through
out, but as to the number of converts
we cannot say.
C losed U p . —Wm. Bilger has closed
D eath of A siier F. W all .—In
our last issue we gave the information
that the stage had upset on the Myrtle
Creek hill, killing the driver, Asher
F. Wall, which only proves too true.
On the way to Roseburg, while going
down the hill above mentioned, the
horses Tan away. This locality has
the reputation of being one of the
roughest and most dangerous places on
the road, and before the horses could
be checked the stage capsized, with
the ahove result. There were no pas
sengers aboard, except a man in the
employ of the Stage Company, who
escaped unhurt. The stage and one
horse were injured somewhat. The
holies became disengaged and nui
back to the station. When found,
poor Wall was underneath the stage,
dead. He was disfigured but little,
only one ugly gash above the eye
marring his countenance. Mr. Wall
was an old resident of this place, and
at one time held the office of Marshal;
but for the past few years has Men
residing at Eugene City. Like all mor
tal men he had his faults, but no man
was more esteemed by those with
whom he came in contact than Asher
F. Wall. He leaves a wife and three
children in moderate circumstances.
We learn that he had an insurance of
$1,000 upon his life. Requiescat in
up shop and turned over the Iwlance
of his stock to John Bilger, who will
F rom G alick C reek .—A late dis
dispose of them at the lowest prices.
patch from Rock Point says J. L. Col-
We learn that Mr. Bilger intends re
vig and James Birdseye have just ar
moving to San Francisco.
T hanks . —Hon. James K. Kelly,
U. S. Senator from this State, has our
thanks for copies of the Congressional
Globe, while our Representative, Hon.
J. W. Nesmith, places us under obli
gations for sundry numbers of the
C hristmas T ree . —The scholars of
the M. E. Sunday School observed
Christmas yesterday evening by a tree
neatly ornamented with candy, nuts,
etc., and other appropriate exercises.
A pleasant time was had. We were
invited to witness the ceremonies, but
our time would not permit.
O fficer «.— At a reg
ular meeting of the Independent Lit-
ertry Society, held Friday, December
18th, the following officers wer^el
<jd for the ensuing term:
Nickell, President; Mb» Sophie Nick
ell, Vice President; Wm. Rieck, Sec
retary; David W. Crosby, Treasurer;
Hobt Kahler, Librarian ; Henry Ku-
bli, Janitor. The next regular meet
ing oi the Society will be held on
Friday, January 8th.
rived at that place from the new quartz
<nioes( They say the road is lined
with men and pack trains going to the
land of gold and silver. The great
Mammoth ledge is about 180 feet in
width at the point where Rogue river
has worn its way through to the depth
of 500 feet. About 200 claims are
now taken up. It has been traced for
about twer\Jy miles through1 a very
roughcountry. Guides get from s-10
to $20 per day to trace the lead. Col-
vig says he crushed a few pounds of
the ore and it averaged ten cents per
pound in gold. A town has sprung up
in a few weeks ; it is to be known as
Mammoth City. Hotels, feed stables,
shops and other buildings are going
F ire .—We learn that the residence
John B. Sifers, ex-Judge of Joseph
ine; was destroyed by fire last week.
This is a severe blow on Mr. 8ifers,
who is very unfortunate of late,
having met with many misfortunes
within the past year or two.
its that have been discovered which
are doubtless equally as good as those
of Rockfellow A- Anderson, and which
may bring their discoverers something
some day. Jackson and Josephine are
rich in tho precious metals, and re
quire only capital to develop them to
make them among the richest sections
. BAR GAINS !
with interest thereon at the rate of oue per
cent, per mouth from the 15tli day of Sep
T hieves .—There seem to be some
tember, 1873, in gold coin ; and a further
suspicious characters prowling about
sum in lavor of .1. B. White' and Alex. Mar
tin and against"Wm. C. Miller for the re
town lately; at least one was caught
covery of $79.20, in gold coin, together with
$22.30 cost*, arid accruing costa, I have lev
making away with one of G. W. Mace’s
ied upon and will offer for sale at public
Angora goats, but was scared off in
auction to the highest bidder for cask in U.
time by one of his boys, who heard FIVE BRAN NEW FLORENCE S. Gold coin, at the Court House in Jack
sonville, in said county, on
the bleat of the goat and came nea
Saturday, December 26th, 1874,
making the man prisoner.
\ D r . H askell .—This bilk of the
first water, who a short time ago
made himself rather conspicuous about
Jacksonville, has again shown his char
acteristics. He failed to pay his.agent, I
who sued him for his salary, amount
ing to $40. An unsophisticated Odd
Fellow went his bail and Haskell went
aboard a vessel laying off Empire City.
The Sheriff of Coos county went to ar
rest him, but Haskell told him he was
under Federal law, and the Sheriff
went ashore for information. On go
ing back, he was informed by the Cap
tain of the vessel that Haskell had
shipped as one of his crew, and ordered
the officer » ashore.
arrested the Captain, and brought him
to town for trial, and there the matter
rests at present.
I ndian T roubles .—A late Wash
ington dispatch says Congressman Lut
trell has received letters which wil
be laid before the Interior Departmen
reporting the danger of Indian hostili
ties in Warner and Pitt River valleys
unless the Indians are provided for by
T he B all .—The ball to be given
by the Literary Society this evening
promises to be one of the grandest
events of the kind that has ever oc
curred in Jacksonville. The hall has
been decorated in handsome manner,
the best of music and supper will be
provided, while no pains will be spared
to make it a highly enjoyable affair to
all. A cordial invitation is extended
to the public.
R esigned .—Hon. Henry Klippel
has resigned his position as State Cap
itol Commissioner, and will devote his
time to the development of the quartz
mine he is interested in together with
Messrs. Beekman and Johnson. Th#
Governor h;is appointed Hon. E. L.
Bririow to fill the vacancy, whlcjiia an
Sewing; Machines !
45 PER CENT. CHEAPER ! !
THAN EVER AT
A nniversary .—The literary ex
ercises on the occasion of the first an
niversary of the Literary Society were
witnessed by a large audience—much
larger than was expected. Th^enter-
taininent seems to be satisfactorily re
at one o’clock p. M. of said day, the follow
ing described real property, to-wit:
The N. W. L ot section 10, in Township
38, S. of R. 3 West, containing 160 acres, ex
cepting and reserving therefrom one min
ing claim Iteloiiging to Foon A Co., situated
below the mining claims of John Buckley,
and two mining claims Itclonging to John .
Buckley, and also* part of a mining claim
belonging to a Chinaman, situated below
the mining claim of Foon A Co. aforesaid ;
all of which is situated on Jackass creek, in
the county of Jackson, Hate of Oregon, and
levied upon as the property of Wnt. U. Mil
ler to satisfy the above demands.
J. W. MANNING,
Sheriff of Jackson county, Oregon.
Dated at Jacksonville this 24th of Novem
ber, A. D. 1874.
CANTY & WAGNER,
M oke A ssays . — Further assays
from Marysville of the “Yank” ledge
Wholesale and Retail CoMfectioners,
give from $80 to $400 per ton in gold
and silver. An expert from that place
T he G reat P beserver of H ealth .—
107 Montgomery St., S. F.
is now examining the mines.
Tarcaiil’s Effervescent Sehief Aperient can
always be relied upon as a pleasant, mild
sjx»edy and positive cure in all cases of
CostiveneHN, l)ys|>ep*ia, Heartburn, Sick
Iloadache, Indigestion, Sour Stomach,
Liver Complaints, Biliousness, Flatulency,
Fullness of blood, and all Inflammatory
Complaints, where a gentle, cooling cathar
tic is required. Ko says the Chemist; so
says tiie Physician ; ro says the great
American Public of the nineteenth century.
O mitted .—Correspondence on the Heed ye then, and I mj not without a bottle
in the house. Before life w imperiled, deal
railroad question and some excellent judiciously
with the symptoms. Remem
poetry are crowded out this week. ber that the sUgld ¡(itcrnal disorder of to
day may beedma air bbwtiftAfe. incurable
They will appear in our next.
disease to-morrow. Sold by all druggists.
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P ostmaster A ppointed . — J. P.
The City Brewery,
W ind .—A very heavy wind pre
vailed Wednesday eveuing, and the
weather-wise predicted a heavy storm,
which seems to have opened al
Roberts has been appointed Postmast
er of Lakeport, Luke county.
D eath would be impossible if the procla
mations of the alcoholic nostrum mongers
were trn«. But, alas 1 their terrible excit
ants send thousands staggering to t he grave.
Instead of adding fuel to the tiro of disease
with such deadly compound*, try the cool
ing, renovating, purifying »nd regulating
of that Inestimable combination of
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juice* and extracts, Dj. '.Volker’s
L eft U s .—No more shall the doui- California
Vinegar Bitters—tlie sole «.»ecitic
zens of this benighted region behold for Dyspepsia, Physical Debility, Headache,
Bilious Colic, Liver Coinplainra, Rheuma
theciastnccountenanceof “Uncle” Billy tism,
Gout and Chronic Constipation.
* TTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR IM-
iA. mense assort men of Candies, Toys and
other goods suitable for the COMING IIOL-
I DAYS. Warranted to keep in all ciitnatcs.
Prices low and terms liberal. Orders for
the interior promptly and carciully attend
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS!
OTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
Tax-payers of Jackson county that I
will be in inv office from 9 o’clock A. M., to
I o'clock p. m . of each official day, for the
pnr|»ose ot receiving taxes. Those not pay
ing within 30 days from date will have to
pay mileage, as the taxes must be collected
- by -
and I cannot afford to ride after them for
nothing. I propose to enforce the-taw «MrieU
VEIT S chutz .
Sheriff A Tax-Collector of Jackson Co., Ogn.
1TR. SCHU^Tf IfESVF/Wv ILLY IN-
Dated this 14th «lay of-December, 1874.
1V1 form* the eitiae»* of Jaetamviii* •ml
«urroOTiffng eountry.4b<t fie ?? »y»?
the very be*l oi imager- jjcot .
a cool gtaas of beeY should five i
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I M ' ■
VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Lx the undersigned warns all persons not
• * > > GRASS SEE
buy or trade for thefoDowihg note, to-wit:
Ixwr R ivksl , I anuell V alley « 4
mHE UNDERSIGNED WO
Jackson Co., Oregon, Dec. 16th, 1874. J
1 bv inform the public that behft!
On or before the first d*y of Mareh next,
75 pound* of tho celebrated Moskoet Grass
of Texas for sale at the atpre of White A we, or either of us, promise to pay to H.
Martin, Jacksonville. 'Phis grass supersede* Vanlieber or order, in U.8. Gold Coin, the'
the pralrlo grass in Texas, and is pro sum of one hundred and forty dollars, (fl 40)
nounced superior to bunch-grass. It is rel for value received.
ished by cattle and will stand drouth. Tbi-
seed was propagated in this oounty, and
GEO. 8. MILLER.
will lie sold at the low pidoo of 56 <«ents a
I will not pay the above bote, for it is
H. W. pYAB.
GEO. 8. MILLER.
Burke. After a long and pleasant res
j.-iT For the very best Photographs, go to
idence among us he has left us, and
Bradley A Rulofsoh’s Gallery with an ELE
now administers to the wants of the VATOR, 429 Montgomery Street, San Fran
thirsty of San Francisco. We wish cisco.
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him success wherever he may go.
V acancy F illed .—A vacancy ex DOZIER—p/) WELL—At the residence of
the bride’s lather, on Emigrant Creek, by
isting in the office of Sachem of Ore-»
E. De Peatt, J. P., Andrew Dozier to Miss
gonian-Pocahontas Tribe, I. O. R. M.,
ll persons knowing them -
J acobs —SMITH—I d this city, at tho Fran
owing to the resignation of A. P.
nelvea indebted to the undersigned,
co-American Hotel, by Rev. M. A. Wil
GIVEN TO ALL.
proprietor of the Eagle Brewefv, are here
liams, on December 20th, A. 8- Jacobs to
Owen, P. D. Hull, Senior Sagamore,
portions wMdnr Teachers’ Certificat**,
. Mrs. May Smith—all of Ashland. -[Ot by requested to come forward and setti«
that the undersigned will hold • public *x-
was chosen to fill the vacancy.
their accounts, either by cash cr notQ, by
tumwa (Iowa) Democrat please copy.]
at his residence, on Rogue Rivor,
[The happy ebnphe have our thanks for a thy 1st ot January, 1875. Prompt compli am¡nation
of December, 1874.
T he T imes will be four years old supply of cake. We wish them a pleasant trouble.
C losed . —Th’e various schools have
B. F. SLOAN,
adjourned for the holidays.