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LAKE COI N’T Y ITEMS.
S t . N icholas for J anuary is a real holi
day number, and a peculiarly attractive
Tho various current accounts of the ; Our regular correspondent, under one. It opens with a beautiful frontispiece
date of Linkville, January 7th, fur called “Mozart, the Littlo Music King,” fol
FRIDAY...................... ...JANUARY 15, 1875. capture of Walter and William Brown
lowed by a short sketch of the great musi
contain many inaccuracies. We have nishes us the following items :
cian’s career. It gives us an abundance of
AGENTS FOR'THE TIMES.
at last been able to obtain an authentic
interesting Christmas stories, such as “Tom
my, the Soprano,” by Charles Barnard ;
report of the airair, which may be
“May’s Christmas Tree,” by Olive Thorne ;
Pcttingill A Co. .................... New York. relied on in all its particulars, as ixe depth of ten inches.
I. 1» Ftaher................... ................ Sau Francisco.
“A Christmas Legend,” by Florence Scan-
obtained it from headquarters, to-wit : , Ducks arc numerous, affording good nell (each of tho threo with a beautiful
Rowell »V Chesman... ........................ St. Ixiuis
Our readers will remember that amusement for sportsmen.
picture by Eytinge); and “The Dwarfs
thin. L. Green............ ...... Josephine County.
Mirror,” illustrated by F. A. Chapman.
Chas. Hughes............ . ..................... Kerbvx il le theso brothers, who are indicted for ,
There is also a fac-simile of the original
Ben Haymond........... .................... Rock Point the killing of Oliver Hurt, in Sprague
good. Now is the time for freighters. manuscript of the famous ballad “’Twas the
River Valley, last Summer, escaped
The weather is splendid. The snow Night before Christmas,” which will attract
from that region and were supposed to
the attention of all the boys and girls. The
beginning of the two serials, “The Young
M. E. C u V rch .—Religious services every bo secreted in Benton county, wheit
Sunday, at the usual hours, by the Rever
Surveyor,” by J. T. Trowbridge, and “Eight
ends J. R. N. Bell, J. S. McCain and M. A. their relations live. Efforts were
by Tjouisa M. Aleott, with lino
Linkville boasts of a dancing school Cousins,"
made for their apprehension, but were
illustrations by W. L. Sheppard and Addie
C atholic Cill’lU’ii.—Divine Services ev
successfully conducted by Mr. Alex. Le<lyar<l, is an event of great importance to
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa unsuccessful. Learning that they had I
the readers of the Magazine, and has no
doubt been eagerly awaited by them.
again made their appearance at Miller.
Hezekiah Butterworth contributes a set of
M. E. S unday S chool .—Regular meetings 4
Holiday festivities wero a success, lively
Sprague River, Sheriff Manning im
stories called “The Funny Kings,”
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
are admirably illustrated by Hen
C atholic S unday S< h < m > u —Regular mediately made arrangements for their everyone seeming to enjoy themselves which
and Thomas Dunn English
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
Fairy-tale, with two
striking pictures by E. B. Bensell. Tho
| tailed Deputy Sheriff Kent and H. L.
O. C. Applegate and Judson Small number also contains “A Bird’s-oyo View
P. 0. REGISTER AND TRAVELER’S GUIDE.
1 Webb, who on the morning of tho IS th have returned from their visit to the of the Battle of Lite,” illustrated by fivo ot
Concklufs exquisite pictures ; a description
Stacres leave Jacksonville as fol lews :
| of December started for Sprague River, Willamette and elsewhere.
of “The HornWIt,” with an illustration by
For Rock Point, Grant’s Pass and Rose- I
James C. Beard ; an articlo giving directions
burg, every day at 8 a. in. Mail closes at
Business is rather lively in Link- for making a “Doiuino Bridge and an in
7:30 p. m.
For I’htvnix, Ashland, Yreka ami Red be lurking. They went by the way of ville, money seeming to be more plen teresting account by Noah Brooks of the
celebrated “Children’s Crusade.” Thon,
ding, California, even nay at 10:30 a. m. | Fort Klamath to avoid suspicion, and tiful than for somo time heretofore.
there are poems by Bret Harte and Eli-
Mail closes at 10 n. m.
Stuart l’helps ; a “Christmas Carol”
For Applegate, Kerbyville, Waldo and
AU harmonious at Fort Klamath. zalieth
Dodge ; and a beautifully illus
Crescent Citv. <fvery Monday and Thursday owing to the depth ofsnowon the moun
entitled “Santa Claus and his
Improvements are still progressing.
morning at I o’clock. Mail closes al S p. in.
large number of excellent
tho preceding evening.
Th«* mail tor Central Point, Table Rock. until the evening of the 21st ult., they The snow is even “too thin” there for illustrations by such artists as Sheppard,
Eytinge. Ad<lie Ledyard,Stophens, Bensell,
Faule Point, Brown.sborough and Sam's
ami others, is an important feature of the
Valley, leaves every Friday morning ; started and wt nt as far as the Klamath
“Jaek-in-the-Pulpit” and “Tho
closes the preceding evening.
The “Lake Lodge” of Good Tem number.
Riddle-Box” have also caught the Christ
The mail for Linkville, Hot Springs, Yai- Agency, where they summoned to
nax and Like City, leaves Ashland every their assistance Sykes Warden. From plars, established here by Mr. Dunbar, mas spirit, and there is an additional de
of “Books for Boys and Girls
Monday morning. For Linkville every
is flourishing, notwithstanding a strong partment
extra pages have been added
Monday and Thursday mornings.
to the January >St. .Nicholas, in order to
Money Order office open from 9 a. m. to for Yainax, a distance of 10 miles, and opposing element.
make room for all the good things that have
5 p. m.
R. B. Hatton, tho popular mail con been crowded into it.
O ffice Horns—From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m : 18 miles from Sprague River. It now
Sundays, 30 minutes after arrival of stages.
tractor, leaves for Lake City, Cal., in
Mail matter must l>e in on time or it will became necessary to proceed with
J osephine C ounty S ubscribers .
M ax M ullek , P. M.
ureat caution and tho party remained the morning. He promises us some
Slit ¡’ll tworrafif Siiars.
CACTI KE OF Till: KKOWN EKO I'll EKS.
Ladies' and Gentlemens
U nfortunate .—Last week we an
nounced the loss by fire of 500 tons q T
hay belonging to David R. Jones, of
Warner Valley. We now arc called
ui»on to chronicle another misfortune FANCY GOODS,
that has lately befallen him. Mr.
Jones this week received a letter from
BOYS’ and GIRLS’
Camp Bidwell, Cal., informing him
that his residence, lately finished at READY-MADE CLOTHING,
that place, was entirely destroyed by
fire. The fire seems to have originated
BOOTS and SHOES,
from a defective flue.
C hetco S urvey .—The cost of the FINE TOYS I OR HOLIDAYS,
preliminary survey of the wagon road
to Chetco amounted to $582. There
remains a balance of $122.50 yet to be
subscribed, Jackson county having ap
propriated the sura of $350, and the LIQUORS, TOBACCO and CIGARS»
rest having been made up by the citi
zens of Josephine and elsewhere.
D ied . The estimable wife of Capt.
Thos. Smith, of Ashland, departed this
life at her residence lately.
Mrs. Hudson, mother of James
R. Hudson, formerly of this place,
died at the residence of- her son last
Friday, aged nearly eighty years.
F rom J osephine .—I). S. K. Buick
and W. Beeson returned from Jose
phine this week, where they have
been organizing two Granges. Mr.
Beeson informs us travel to tho Galice
Creek mines is brisk and that he met
quite a number on their way there.
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
A LL OF TIIE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD
J Y at the very lowest rates. If yon don’t
believe me, eall and ascertain prices for
yourselves. No humbug!
All kinds ot produco and hides taken in
exchange for gooffs.
HOTEL <k RESTAURANT,
L ost .—On yesterday morning, in
Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall,
Jacksonville, a small pocket pistol be
longing to M. Caton. The finder will
be suitably rewarded by leaving it at
concealed a large portion of the time. items on his return.
B oard of T rustees .—A tegular At Yainax they employe I three In
Jay Beach tarried here several days paid into the hands of D. S. K. Buick
meeting of tho Board of Trustees will
dian scouts, and started them out to on his way homo from Jacksonville.
A rrived .—The machinery for MADAME HOLT.
lx* held next Tuesday evening, Jan. watch the l<>cality where the Browns Tho Linkville atmosphere seems to the following amounts, to bo used in
defraying the expenses of the prelim
were supposed to be. For two days have a peculiar attraction for him.
inary survey of the Chetco Wagon ledge on Rogue River has arrived, and
Uncle George Nourse is acting some I Road :
Mr. Klippel has gone to superintend
F or the D efense .—Wo learn that
what strangely of late. It is thought
the well known firm of Strahan &
II. Woodcock,$5; J. I. Knight, $10;
HE MADAME TAKES THIS METHOD
of tendering her thank« to the public for
McFadden, of Corvallis, has been re at daybreak, one of the Indians saw a by some that “those conduct” means J. W. Childs,$5; Dan. L. Green,$5; M.
N ew P ost O ffice .—A late tele
the patronage which has hitherto been ex
tained to defend the Brown brothers man emerge from behind a hav-stack matrimony or some other rash act.
tended to hor, and would respectfully solicit
, $5 Dan. Hunt, $5; T. F. gram announces that a new Post Office its continuance.
and go directly for the house, which
at their trial next March.
lion. E. C. Mason, writing to State Patterson
Magoon, $5; J. B. has been established at Murphy, Jose Her tables are always under her immedi
was situated about three-quarters of a Superintendent Rowland, says there Floyd, $5; Albert Sutry,
control ; and by her long experience in
$5; S. Mes- phine county. J. O. C. Wimer is the ate
the business she fi^els confident tnatshe will
F ree of C harge .—Society elec mile from the stack. The man suited is plenty of good land in Goose Lake Si fers, $5; Frank
songer, $5; S. T. White, $5; J J. P. Postmaster.
give entire satisfaction to all. Her beds and
tions, births, deaths, or matters of gen- the description of one of the brothers valley not yet taken up, and advises Mills, $5; Wm. Naucke, $5; Wm.
rooms are fitted up in the most comfortable
style, suited to the accommodation of single
<?ra! interest, will not only be publish very well. Presently another came those in search of homes to come there. Chapman » S5 ; Dan. Feister, $5; J. J.
occupants or families. Her beds are always
ed free of charge, but we shall feel forth from the stack, who filled the He reports several district schools in Moor, $2.50; A. W. l’resley, $1; John
kept clean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
duly grateful for such information. description of the other brother. The
i successful operation.
$1; Geo. Emrick, $1.
Send on your news and we will fix Indians returned that night to where
P ersonal .—Wm. Bilger left for I I nstallation .—At a stated meet
it up in shape.
the balance of the party lay concealed,
and reported their discoveries. During Still Francisco last week, where ho in- ing of Ashland Lodge No. 45, I. O. O. McCALL—In Ashland, Jan. 10th, to the
wife of J. M. McCall, a son.
C innabar D iscovery . — James
the following day snow to the depth of I tends engaging in business, should he F., held at their hall on the evening of
Hamlin has discovered deposits of cin
about three inches fell, which was ex find an opportunity. He has left his the 9th inst., D. D. G. M. John A.
nabar on his farm near town, which
cellent for tracking. About two
Boyer installed tho following officers
promise to be rich in the metal. We o’clock, Christmas morning, ¿Messrs. ! store, where those indebted can settle.
for the ensuing term : E. DePeatt,
have not learned of any assays of the
Tho firm of Hull & Nickell, in publishing
W. K. Ish returned yesterday from N. G.; W. T. Leeke, V. G.; A. D.
Kent, Webb and Warden, with the
ore, but Mr. Hamlin assures us that
the T imes , has been dissolved by mutual
Indians to pilot them, started for the a trip North.
Helman, R. 8.; Wesley Mitchell, consent, 1’. I). Hull withdrawing. All ac This space is reserved for BEN SACHS,
where the discoveries had
Wm. A. Owen, of Flounce Rock, Treas.; J. N. Neil, P. 8.; Wm. Flow counts due said firm prior to September 1st,
who is selling a complete and ele
gant assortment of general
ers, W.; J. D. Fountain, C.; L. A.
C ontract L et .—John Orth A
merchandise at the
against tho firm will bo paid by
Neil, R. S. N. G.; G. W. Stephenson, accounts
David Linn have let the contract of o’clock, A. M. Quietly searching the way to the Galice Creek mines.
tho same. All persons indebted are re
running a tunnel, one hundred feet stacks, they found the objects of their
O. C. Applegate and L. 3. Dyar, of L. S. N. G.; M. II. Drake, R. S. V. G.; quested to Pettie forthwith, as the business
R. P. Neil, L. 8. V. G.; J. Q. Latta, must be dosed without delay. All accounts
long, into their quartz ledge on Apple
Lake, were in town this week.
S. S.; A. Gildings, L. S. S.; I. O. not settled in a reasonable length of time
gate to Samuel Bowden, at $7 per
I. W. Berry and J. E. Beggs re
will be placed in the hands of an attorney
foot. This ledge was worked with hay, where they had been discovered turned from Roseburg with a load of Miller, I. G.; M. Baum, O. G.
tor collection. All unexpired contracts for
fair profit at a former day, and will by the Indians the previous morning. freight the forepart of this week.
Q uartz .—Tho quartz excitement subscription, advertising, etc., will be ful
doubtless prove remunerative in the
They report the roads fair and weather still appears to bo at its zenith. Al filled by the new proprietor.
P. D. H ull ,
splendid during their trip.
C tias . N ickell .
they thought, in security, and not ,
Chas. LeBeati, who for somo time prospecting expedition, and somo very
F ine L ooking R ock .—Herman dreaming that the authorities were so
“W iiat I know, I know,” said the great
Helms this week showed us some fine- near at hand, great was their conster past has been keeping an inn at Wood promising ledges have been unearthed. surgeon Magendie. “Give me stubborn
looking rock, taken from a ledge found nation when they found themselves in river, Lake county, passed through The prevailing inclement weather has facts: I care not for theories.” This is
by Thos. Johnson on Armstrong’s hill, close proximity to three cocked shot town this week, bound for Yreka, temporarily suspended operations, but sound doctrine. Possibly a medical mar
might be able, in a plausible way, to “The Christian at Wark!”
near Jacksonville. The rock abounds guns, and they readily o’leyed the where he will take his old position as with tho opening of Spring we may tinet
show why D r . .W alker ’ s V inegar B it
manager of the Franco-American expect to see them renewed with in ters ought not to cure Indigestion, Head
in free gold, and is about as fine a spec command to hold tip their hands.
“The Best Religious Paper.”
creased energy. There are doubtless ache, Nervousness, Liver Complaint, Mus
imen as we have lately seen. The
The captors and their prisoners were Hotel.
many rich quartz leads in this sec cular Diseases, and Miasmatie Fevers ; but
ledge is a well-defined one, being over soon on their way home. Leaving Mr.
A CHOICE OF
S now .—Winter has set in in earnest, tion, and persistent irrospecting will as they do in every instance effect that ob-
joet, his fino theory would be a waste of
two feet wide, and can be traced for Warden and the scouts at their various
if we are to judge by the amount of certainly do no harm if it doos effect words. As Magendie said, tho world de TWO BEAUTITUL PREMIUM!
quite a distance. Mr. Helms has an stations, Messrs. Kent and Webb pro
mands facts, not speculative opinions.
interest in the ledge.
I ceeded to Jacksonville with tho broth snow that fell this week. It soon any benefit. We arc sanguine of it
turned it to slush, however, ruining
For the very best Photographs, go to
n illustrated portfolio of
ers, where they arrived on the 29th. tho prospects of good sleighing, which being struck rich somewhere.
Bradley A I’ulofson’s Gallery with an ELE
Twelve Gems, by Hendschel, each
G erman R ed M en .—At a regular
bv 10J4 inches, or "the superb Chromo*,
The Browns wore lodged in jail, where I were favorable,»had the ground been
J ockey C lub .—Owing to the fact
“T he T wins ,” 22 by 28 inches, after Land
meeting of Jacksonville Stamm No.
they now remain to await their trial frozen at the time. The boys were that the Committees appointed at the cisco.
seer. Price, $3.25, including postage. No
148, U. O. R. M., held January 7,
Extras of any kind. Without Premium,
at the March term of the Circuit
$3 per annum.
1875, the following officers were elect Court. We are informed by tho of in their glory, making it interesting meeting of Jan. 1th were not ready to
for anybody that passed. The snow report, the Jockey Club did not organ
ed for the ensuing term : Fred. Grob,
Liberal Commissions and exclusive
ficers Mthat they behaved very well wits very heavy on the various build ize last Monday, but adjourned to next
O. Ch.; Newman Fisher, U. Ch.; Ben
territory. Samples and circulars free. Send
postal card at once to
ings, necessitating its removal for the Saturday evening. The Committee
Sachs, P.; Simon Caro, Schrieftfueh-
inrest a few dollars, with possible re
HORATIO C. KING, Publisher,
Much credit is due Sheriff Manning safety of the roofs and goods below. on Constitution and By-laws has sent To turns
of Thousands, is offered by the ftjist-
Box 5106, Now York.
rer; Herman Helms, Gehuelfschrieft- for the promptness with which he in
pbtidment-of Public Library of Kentucky
fuehrer ; Veit Schutz, Schatzverwah- augurated arrangements lor the capt A good mining season is now anticipat to the leading club of San Fran to tho 27Xh of February next, of their Fifth
LastUoncèMand ffrawing. The man
ed, the prospects of which were ex cisco for their rules, and we may ex and
agement are pledged to tho return of the
ure. Messrs. Kent and Webb and the ceedingly gloomy a few days ago.
pect that the decisions of the Jockey- money if the drawing should not come off
T emperance L ecture . — J. G. balanco of the party also deserve great
Club will be governed by tho best and :lt the day now appointed.
One Grand Cash Gilt................
Dow, delivered an interesting temper
One Grand ('ash Gift...............
ance lecture at the M. E. Church Sun tainly shrewdly and successfully man I are the officers of the Jackson County
One Grand Cash <4*ft................
KEEBTVILIÆ, JOSZraiHl Co.
day evening. He was more radical in
One Grand Cash Gift...............
ing: Master, 1). S. K. Buick ; Secre public meeting of the citizens of Jack-
his remarks than the average temper
M eeting at K erbyville .—The
10 Cash Gifts, 14,009 (-Jell......... . 110,000
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKES VLEAS-
ance lecturer is, and spoke in favor of citizens of Josephine county held a tary, Jacob Ish ; Trustees : Jackson son county, in regard to the proposed
15 Cash Gifts, 10,000 each.......... . 150,000
ure in announcing to the people of Jo
29 Cash Gifts, 5,000 each..«...... . 100,000
the recent entrance of the temperance public meeting at Kerbyville on Jan ville Grange, J. N. T. Miller ; Phoe wagon road to Chetco, will be called at
sephine county and tho public generally,
25 Cash Gifts, 4,000 each...... . . 100,000 that he has just opened a etore in KERBY-
element of California into the political uary 5th, in relation to the Chetco nix Grange, John S. Herrin ; Ashland an early day. This road will be of im
30 Cash Gifts, 3,000 each.......... . 00,000 VILLE, and stocked the same with a choice
50 Cash Gifts, 2,000 each......... . 1(H),000 and complete assortment ot
arena. A good attendance was pres Wagon Road. A good attendance was
100 Cash Gifts, l,iXX> each......... . 100,000
500 each......... . 120,000
ent. We regret that our limited space present. Senator Tolin presided and Grange, L. Chappel ; Harmony Point Josephine counties, and tho citizens " 240 Cash Gifts,
each......... . 50,000
forbids a detailed report of the lecture. J. B. Sifers acted as Secretary. Reso Grange, Tho3. Wright; Central Point should take hold of the matter deter 19,000 Cash Gifts,
50 each......... . 950.000
Which will be sold at the lowest prices.
I Grange, M. Peterson ; Eagle Point mined to succeed.
fair share of the public patronage solicited.
N ew G ranges .—D. S. K. Buick, lutions favorable to this road wore , Grange, Mr. Terrill; Sam’s Valley
or each Coupon, $5. Eleven whole tickets,
P. S.—I will shortly receive via (’rescent
City an elegant stock"of fancy goods.
B revities .—W. J. Stanley will »500.
Worthy Deputy Master, assisted by passed, and a general interest in the Grange, Samuel March.
For tickets, or information, address
Give me a call.
start an evening school before long......
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Secretary W. Beeson, of .Ashland enterprise was evinced by those jires-
Kerby villo, Oct. 21, 1874.
A nother D iscovery .—We learn
Grange, organized tho following
r. m ., instead of at 9 o’clock r. M., as for
G. W. FREY.
that two gentlemen from California merly
Granges in Josephine county :
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS!
...... The “Spotted Boy,” on exhibi
On January 5th, a Grange at Kerby -
L ucky .—Dame Rumor has it that have discovered rich cinnabar deposits tion in .Jacksonville recently, has been ar-
CATON & FREY,
otice is hereby given to the
ville, with a full list of charter mem J. B. White, formerly of Rock Point, near ti.e boundary line of Jackson and • rested in San Francisco on the cliargo of
Tax-payers of Jackson county that I New Boot and Shoe Store.
will bo in my office from 9 o’clock a . m ., to
bers. John B. Sifers, Master ; D. made the snug little sum Of $30,000 Douglas counties. No further partic being a lopor. ------- — •--------- -
4 cftelock r. M. of each official day, for tlio
CALIFORNIA ST., JAIKBONVILU.
Feister, Secretary. Post-office ad by a judicious investment in mining
B usy .—The quartz excitement pre purpose ot receiving taxes. Those not pay
within 30 days from date will have "to
•stocks at San Francisco the other
B urned .— The school house near vailing here makes business in the ing
pay mileage, as the taxes must l>o collected
On January 8 th, a Grange at Vannoy’s day. We only hope it is so, for we Grant’s Pass was burned to the ground County Clerk’s office rather lively. and I cannot afford to ride after them for
aving permanently located
in Jacksonville, respectfully inform
Ferry. Jos. Pollock, Master; Thos. are always pleased to hear of the good on the 22d of December, and its en Mr. Foudray has recorded a large ly, so take warning in time.
the public that they are pre|»are<i to <lo all
J. W. MANNING,
kinds of work in the boot and shoe-making
F. Croxton, Secretary. P. O. address, fortune of former residents of this tire contents destroyed. The origin amount of claims and the number is
Sheriff A Tax-Collector of Jackson Co., Ogn. line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
of the fire is unknown. •
likely to be considerably augmented.
CATON A FllEY.
Dated this 11th day of December, 1874.
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NEW STORE, NEW GOODS!