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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1876)
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BOARD OF TBWTEEM.
NEW, THIS WEEK.
The Board of Trustees met in regu
Very little plowing has been done
Stages arrive on fair time now.
(Californio St.,one door westofSK’hs Broa..)
Read M. Hanley’s estray notice.
JANUARY 21, 1876.
President Beekman in the Chair, all being made for the upturning of terra INTENDING TO REMAIN IN JAUK-
Read the Sheriff’s sale elsewhere. i
sonville for a lew months, those desiring
the members being present except Mr. jirma.
to receive lessons on the piano can do so
A pplication fop .C h arter .—John
DEALER AND WORKER IN
Litigation has been temporarily sus Hoffman.
during my stay. For further particulars
Cimborsky, Great Sachem of the Im
inquire at the Franco-American Hotel of
M me . DANCOURT.
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ETC.
proved Order of Red Men of Oregon,
has received application from Link-
eeps constantly on hand an
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
sent some time.
villo for a charter for a lodge of Red hills during the past few days.
assortment of the lwal
WAKEN UP BY TI1E UNDERSIGNED,
Wells, Fargo A Co. have established 1 living 2*3 miles north ot Jacksonville, TINWARE,
Men with seventeen charter members.
been received at Kahler & Bro.’s.
an express offico in Ashland, with J. on or about Octolrer 1st, 1875, one bay
horse, with white spot on forehead and on
E xcellent W in e .—Herman V.
I). Fountain as agent. Money shipped tip of the nose, about tivo years old, with an
John Orth shipped 2,000 pounds of
Helms, of the firm of Wintjen A
CHAINS, LEAD PIPE,
by the cwt., if desired.
hides and deer skins to San Francisco
Helms, h is placed us under obligations
further orders. An order was passed
Sidewalks are rapidly being buiP.
for a bottle of first-class California
ordering said committee to enforce the
PAINTS, SIZES, GLASS,
Some good ones are already finished,
Superior b icon, lard and hams al
white wine. It is four years of ago,
OLS, HOSE, rOWDER.
while others are being made. So you
of the Engine Fund without delay.
and for flavor and vim cannot be ex ways for sale at E. Jacobs’
see how obedient the people are to
BAR, PLATE AND ASSORTED IRON.
The Committee on Public Improve
our “City Dads.”
Alfred P. Owen, formerly of this ments, which was directed to have
C ounty R ecords .— Through the place, has been appointed Postmaster
the line of Oregon street run out by
courtesy of E. D. Fond ray, Esq.,
WILL RE GIVEN
a surveyor, as a preliminary step to here. Our young folks divided into
at Empire City, Coos county.
County Cleik, we are enabled to state
two parties Saturday night, and re.
Don’t forget to call and settle what ward removing all obstructions from
that forty-three marriage licenses were
At VEIT SCHUTZ’ HALL
you are indebted at the T imes office. the sidewalks on said street, reported
issued during the year 1S75. Forty-
BRASS AND IRON WIRE,
the dance until a late hour.
six mortgages and 213 deeds ami pat
The attendance at tlie Ashland
The committee appointed to collect
ents were recorded during the same
Cast Iron and Steel Plows.
. s. The
Academy is about 130 pupils
eral gross errors concerning this sec from the late Marshal all moneys in
Monday Evening, Feb. 14th. ROPE,
tion, which we will correct in our next his hands belonging to the town re District School still flourishes, under
ported they had attended to the mat the auspices of Prof. Willits and Miss
D ischarged .—In the preliminary issue.
Kate Thornton. Number of names ATUSIC WILL BE FURNTSIIEI) BY
examination of Aaron Klise, A. L.
We learn that an amateur entertain
31 Messrs. Hull, Brown and Cimborsky.
Sturges and ----- Satterfield, charged ment will shortly transpire at Rock the town, which they had received enrolled, 111 ; average attendance, 95 Tickets,
(including supper) $2.50. A cordial
invitation is extended to all.
with robbing the sluices of Chinese, Point, which promises to be inter and paid into the Treasury. The re students.
port was accepted and committee dis-
before Justice Stinson, that officer on esting.
Literary exercises are held in con-
WOODB.N AND WILLOW WARB
Monday rendered a decision for the
nection with the I. O. G. T. Lodgc
A resolution for a tri-weekly mail
REPORT OF TOWN OFFICERS.
defendants and they were accordingly
nearly every Friday night, They
The report of the Treasurer was consist of charades, dramas, recita-
Always on hand a large lot of parlor, cook
ville has passed the California Legis received and read, showing a bal- tions, dialogues, songs, speeches, ete. rHAKEN UP BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
1 19 miles east of .Jacksonville, one black inn, ofneo, cabin stoves, of assorted sir.os,
L eap Y ear P arty .—The first leap lature.
anee on hand of $205.75 in currency A paper is being gotten up, which will I mare,about 15 hands high, a small white plain and fancy, constructed on the latest
in tin! forehead and one white hind toot, fuel-saving plans. Boilers, kettles, pots,
year party of the season, which trans
E»tray animals whose appraisement and $15.25 coin, (including Road Fund soon be read. C. B. Watson is the star
a brand or sear on the nock, about 10 years and everything connected with these stove*
pired at Horne’s hotel last Friday exceeds $15 are required by law to be of $55.40.) Report was ordered on tile.
The owner cun have the same bv pay warranted durable and perfect.
e litor-in-chief. They objected to hav- old.
II. J. TERRILL.
All articles sold or manufactured by him
evening, was an “ away-up ” affair. advertised. Those interested will take
The report of R. S. Dunlap, Sexton, ing a “devil,” lest some, I surmise,
January 10, 1876.
warranted. His work is made of the best
About eighteen couples of young folks notice.
material and of the choicest patterns.
X eno .
was presented and read, showing the might get caught.
fyET Orders attended to with dispatch and
participated, anil the festivities pro
filled according to directions. He is deter
The temperance organization of this receipts in the two last quarters to 1 Ashland, Jan. 18, 1876.
mined to sell at low prices for cash.
gressed in a first-class manner, every place still remains in stUtu quo, being be $37.50 ; delinquent, $12.50; and no
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
M iners ’ M eeting .—A number of VTOTICE
the undersigned has been appointed by
\\ay worthy of the occa-ion.
unable to raise steam enough to reor expenditures. Report ordered placed miners met at the residence of M. the County Court of Jackson county, Ore
Executrix of the Estate of John Neit
M usical .—Mme. D.mcourt, favor ganize at present.
Chapman, on Poormen’s creek, last gon,
The Marshal reported to the Board Saturday, and passed a resolution
All persons indebted to said estate are re of all kinds, of the best brands,wh alesalo and
ably known over the Pacific Coast as a
The Portland Company is reported
quested to settle the same immediately, and retail. Also
pianist, is now sojourning in town. to have suspended work on their that there was now on hand fire ap pledging themselves to support no all persons having elaimsagainst said estate
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
requested to present them with the
She intends remaining here for a few le Igo at Althouse, but we suppose the paratus in good order: 36 fire bucket-, man, of whatever politics, next June, are
proper vouchers to me at my place of busi
3 ladders, 3 tire hooks, 2 axes, 2 speak who aids the Chinese in the present ness in Jacksonville within six months* In connection with all these I have on hand
months, during which time she will suspension is only temporary.
a large assortment of
troni the date hereof.
give instructions on the piano. Mme.
The Republican State Central Com ing trumpets, 17 tiro hats and a lire mining imbroglio, or words to that ef
Executrix estate of John Neuber.
Dancourt comes highly recommended mit teo is called to meet in Portland truck with apparatus attached. Re fect. A large number of names have
Jacksonville, Dec. 18,1875.
been signed to the resolution.
of all kinds—just what every married man
by the press and public wherever she February 16th. N. Langell is member port accepted.
wants in his family. Alid if you don’t lx»-
has been, and will doubtless give gen of the Committee for this county and
lieve it, call and examine my stock before
S uit D ecided .—The case of the
eral satisfaction here as she has else Alex. J. Watts for Josephine.
Chinese against Klise d al, to recover 1)Y virtue of an execution and
Street Commissioner for nails, etc., the claims on Poorman’s creek taken 1 ) order of »ale duly issued out of the < ircuit Importer of farm implements and machine*.
where. We also learn that she intends
We learn that operations are being
used in repairing bridges; and also by I possession of by defendants, was tried Court of the State of Oregon tor the county
giving a concert ere long. Head her
of Jackson, and directed and delivered to
vigorously prosecuted by the English
D. Linn for $3, for lumber furnished by jury in Justice Stinson’s Court thi» me, in a cause wherein G. W. Lance was NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
Company owning extensive placer
and W. <». Lutin, S. Draper, A.
Street Commissioner. The bills were week. A verdict was rendered for plaintiff,
Fisher and N. Fisher defendants, said plain
J udgment A ffirmed .- —The judg- claims on G.ilice creek. Over one referred.
the Chinese. The case will be ap- tiff recovered a judgment, decree and order
ment in the case of Win. K. I»h, ap- hundred hands, both whites and Chi
An order was passed authorizing the pealed to the Circuit Court by the
for the sum of $111.75, gold coin, and inter
peilant,vs. David R. Jone-, respondent, nese, are employed.
est thereon at one per cent, per month, to
Sexton to expend on cemetery ground fondants.
gether with $29.60 costs, ami also accruing IT A IÌGADI XE’S.
on ap|x*al from this county, has been
The State warrants held by Douglas $25 for work recommended by him to
^iiTThe National Gohl Medal was award costs, I have levied upon and will offer for
affirmed, though modified somewhat county against the Swamp and Tide be done.
ed to Bradley A Rulofson for the best Pho sale at public auction to the highest bidder
by the Supreme Court, The original Land Fund were ordered to he sold to
in the United States, and the for cash, in gold coin, at the Court House
door in .Jacksonville, in said county and
An order was passed requiring tlie tographs
Vienna Medal for the best in the world.
judgment was for some $6,000, which C. C. Beekman, of this place, who has
Re order to notify the Street Commis 429 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
h is been reduced to $2,500. The offered forty per cent, of their face sioner that the time allowed W. Wil
Saturday, th» 29tli day of Jannary, 1876,
HIE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE-
turned from San Francisco, where he
at 1 o’clock p. m . of said day, all of the fol
Judgment in the case of K. Kubli. value, payable in U. 8. gold coin.
liams for removal of fence enclosing a
has bought and la now receiving the boat
Treasurer of Jackson county, respond
—ACKLEY—In Ashland, at the M.
All of the undivided one-halt interest in assortment of
The weather ha« been very change portion of Fifth street having expired, RAPP
to a ditch and water-right belonging
ent, vs. L. and M. E. Horne, E. Mar
able within the past few days. From that he execute the original order and
by Rev. J. R. N. Bell, Joseph Rtfpp to thereto, commencing at the right hand fork
tin et al, appcll int«, was Hl-o affirmed.
Mrs. Martha FL Ackley.
of Foots creek ami extending to the claims
the cold and frosty weather prevailing remove said fence without delay.
known a»'.he Lutin and Koester claims, on
Judge McArthur rendered the deris
said creek. A Iso the undivided one-half in Ever brought to this market, consisting of
the fore-part of the week it turned
The Board then adjourned.
ions in both instances.
terest in a ditch ami water-right belonging a general assort ment
into rainy, and at the time of going to
thereto, commencing at Long gulch on said
T he C entennial . The citizens of
creek and extending to said claims. And
G range I nstallation . — At the press con»iderable snow was lying on Yreka held a large meeting the other wife of T. B. Kent, a daughter.
also the undivided one-half interest in the
regular meeting of Phœnix Grange the ground.
said mining claims of Lutin and Koester,
evening, at which it was resolved to
NEW, THIS WEEK.
and bounded as follows :
No. 104, held oil January 14th, Dep
A correspondent from Leland says have a grand Centennial celebration at
( ommeneing at u hat is known as the head Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
dam of Lutin and Koes!er'sditch; it being 4U0
uty Master D. S. K. Buick installed th at the miners are very busy ground
that place oh the Fourth of July next.
yards in a southerly direction from the S.
the following officers for the ensuing »luicing, having plenty of water. Also
Y VIRTUE of AN EXECUTION is F. Corner of Section 15, in Township 37S. of <
A circular to that effect has been ¡»sued
sued out of the ( ircuit Court ot the | 11. 4 West, in the abovo county and State,
term: John S. Herrin, Mister; W. that E. G. Browning <fc Co.’s quartz
by the Committee of Arrangements,
State of Oregon for Multnomah county, and and
; running from the said head dam down i
Bishop, Overseer; Samuel Colver, mill li is Been running part of the
the said right hand fork of' Foots creek in a ; Ladios' Dress Goods and Trimmings,
and Southern Oregon is invited to par plaintiff, ami against J. II. Reed, defendant, nmt h r v direction 1,000yardsto tiie mining i
Lecturer ; John Colman, Steward ; W. time, but that but littl 0 will be done
ticipate. If Jacksonville is no more lorthe recovery of the sum of six hundred I < lai ms of 1 s h A Co.; thence West 200 feet, '
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
8. Gore, Assistant Steward ; J. N. with it until Spring.
tifty-tive and fifty-eight hundredths thenc • sou!h 200 ytir Is,thence we.»t 300 yards,
patriotically Inclined on the Centennial and
them e South sob yards, thence East
Woody, Chaplain ; Win. Mathews,
Dr. Haskell, the temperance lec than she has been for the past few ten per cent. i>cr annum, together with yards to the place of bouinning, all in Sec
twenty-four ami ten hundredths dollars tions 15 and 22, in said Township, county
Treas.; Louis Colver, Sec’y ; II. Col turer, who was here some time ago on
years, there will doubtless be quite a costs, and costs accruing, 1 have levied upon I ami State. Together with all and singular Crockery, Glassware, Hardware,
man, Gate-keeper; Mrs. H. Taylor, a lecturing expedition, the other day
the hereditaments and appurtenances there
number from here at the festivities iu and will on
unto belonging or in any wise appertaining.
Ceres; Mrs. Mathews, Pomona; Miss took more money than his show at Yreka.
LADIES’ A GENTS’ HATS,
Friday, the 18th day of February, 1873,
'l’lie above described properly is levied
Mary Herrin, Flora ; Miss Carrie Antioch, California, actually panned,
between the hours of nine o’clock a . m . and upon as the property of W. O. Lutin to
o’clock I*. M., of said day, offer tor sale satisfy the above demands.
P ersonal .— Louis B. Tucker re at public
Jacks, Lady Assistant.
got drunk on the surplus, and was
auction to the highest bidder, tor
J. W. M ANNING, Sheriff.
By T. B. K ent , Deputy. '
turned from Yreka yesterday. He cash in hand, at the Court House door in
fined $20 for petty larceny.
Kerbvville, Josephine county, Oregon, the
Dated this29th day of Decemlier, 1875.
A V aluable E state .—The last
reports that but little snow was per following described r *al property, to-wit :
will of John Anderson was filed for
Beginning at a tir tree fifteen inches in
ceivable when he crossed the Siskiyou*.
for the north-east corner of Reed
probate in San Francisco on the 12th
Which I will sell for country produce, or
D. J. Malarky, U. 8. Marshal, and <t Co.’s placer claim, variation 19* east from
to good mon on time as cheap as the cheap
of January. The testator bequeaths
aforesaid corner, running as follows:
J. B. Underwood, Postal Agent, passed the
est ; but if you have cash to pay for goods,
north 40°, east 27.50 chains, to the corner
N AND AFTER THE TENTH DAY I am your man. Cash is my strong suit. I
all his property, real, personal and
through town this week, en route for from which a black oak 10 inches in diame
of September, 1875, the Patrons of llus- will still so much cheajwr than Grangers
mixed, amounting to about $80,000, to large increase, which is gratifying to Washington, evidently to save their ter bears north (>8°, E. 22 links distant ;
bandry Mill Company will cease to grind can that I will make them know that a mid
black oak 6 inches in diameter bears north on exchange, except for family use lor pro dleman in this line is not only a luxury but
his wife Elizabeth. Ilealsofays: “I the miners, though not so pleasant to official heads, which seem in immineut 30°,
W. 13 chains distant ; black oak 5 ducers, in unbranded sacks; and instead an absolute necessity. I have a band of
inches in diameter bears S. 3°, FL 22 links will b<iv wheat ami pay the highest market sheep that pays my expenses.
hereby intentionally omit to make any the farmers, who have done little plow danger.
distant; thence north 50°, W. 5 chains for price therefor. For particulars, apply at
R. B. 1IARGADINE.
bequest whatever to any of my chil ing as yet.
from which a yellow pine 18 inches Ila* Mills.
Ashland, Oct. 20, 1875,
Judge Reed arrived from Josephine corner
in diameter bears north 8°, W. 29 links dis
By order of the Board.
dren, because they will be the natural
Young men, don’t forget to put on Saturday, and left for Fa 1 Francisco tant
; yellow pine 12 Inches in diameter
J. S. 11 ICR RIN, President.
heirs of my said wife, and during her your best bibs and part your hair in the next day.
bears S. 28°, E. 55 links distant ; red fir 30
F. M. P lymale , Secretary.
JOHN L. CARTER At SON.
inches in diameter bears S.75°, W. — links
lifetime they need no other protection the middle every Sunday morning,
distant; thence north 40°, FL 58 chains to
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
S t . V alentine ’ s B all .—A grand corner from which a yellow pine 36 inches
or service than will be supplied b5’ her and be sure to remain at home in the
affection for them.” He appoints evening and have a fire built in the ball will be given at Veit Schutz’ Hall inches in diameter bears S. 80°, W. 43 links rjUIE UNDERSIGNED, SHERIFF AND I
James T. Glenn, A. G. Stiles, John parlor and the lamp lighted. This is on the evening of St. Valentine’s Day, distant; yellow pine 36 inches in diameter 1 Tax-Collector of Jackson county, (»re- IVE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
bears north 42° W. 82 links distant ; thenci-
will be in his oilice in Jacksonville for H all kinds of Painting, including
Drum and George Tait as executors leap year and the “coming girl” is February 14th. The best of music 8. 50°, FL 23.50 chains to corner from which gon,
thirty days trom the date hereof, for the
oak 10 inches in diameter hears E. purpose of receiving taxes, and those not HOUSE PAINTING,
and supper will be provided, and eveiy- a 16 black
likely to call around, don’t it ?
links distant ; black oak 10 inches in di paid within the time above spH-itied are lia
body is invited to attend. For further ameter bears north 80°, \\ . 2!» links distant ; ble to pay mileage, 'fake warning in time
oak 2-3 inches in diameter lioarsS. 30°, and save extra expense.
W ork S uspended .—Work in the
particulars, see advertisement else black
W. 50 links distant; thenceS. 40°, W 65 chains
J. W. MANNING,
placer diggings recently discovered
S. E. and N. W. to corner at top of ridge,
Tax-Collector of Jackson County, Oregon. WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
from which a yellow pine 20 inches in diam
Jacksonville, December 29, 1875.
near Fort Lane has been suspended lor tion in rates of fare made several
eter !>ears north 74°, W. 6 links distant;
ALL STYLES OF BRAINING DONE.
the present, owing to the scarcity of months ago by the O. <t C. Stage
black oak 20 inches in diameter bears north
Orders from the country promptly attend
links distant ; black oak 15 inches in di
water there. James McDonough, one Company, the tariff will hereafter be quarterly meeting of the M. E. Church 50
ameter bears S. 43°, FL 7-3 links distant ;
of the parties interested, last week
trom which a yellow pine 30 inches in diam
brought in some fine specimens of the cents a mile. An advertisement to Phcenix, embracing Saturday and Sun eter bears north 70°, W. 16 links distant; THE EAGLE BREWERY
gold found, one of which weighed $30, i
FL 30 links distant; yellow pine 20 inches
ORTH’S BRICK BUILDING, UP-STAIRS,
J. R. N. B ell , Pastor.
though containing some quartz. We umns.
in diameter læars 8. 71°, FL 25 links distant ♦ rilHE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER,
to post on 1 has now on hand and is constantly man
thence 8. 40°, VV.
Columbus Dorris, whom our Lake
are informed that it is the intention of
’s claim ufacturing the liest Lager Beer in Southern
aluable H orse D ead . —We are
which he will sell in quantities to
the proprietors to bring water on the county correspondent reported as very informed that the imported Perchcron from which a red fir 30 inches in diameter Oregon,
bears north 50°, VV. 13 links distant ; a lau suit purchasers. < ’«ll ami test the article.
ground, when operations will be re sick from typhoid fever at Tule Lake, horse “ Napoleon IL,” owned by W. rel 15 inches in diameter bears S. 48°, FL
RS. WILLIAMS TAKILS THIS MF7TII-
links distant ; thence north 7.75 chains,
od of informing the public that she is
sumed in earnest. The ore found hav died on the 2d. He was a prominent C. Myer, of Ashland, and brought 27
prepared to furnish Ixmrd bv the week, day
to the place of beginning; containing 159 O. & C. STAGE NOTICE !
or single meals, at reasonable terms. The
ing some quartz in it, a ledge was sup and respected resident of Modoc
acres, lying and being in Josephine county,
table will constantly be supplied with the
posed to exist somewhere close by, county, California, where his remains from a rupture in the stomach.
day of January, 1876, the rates of fare best the market affords. No Chinese em
Said real estate was levied upon as the
charged by ti»»- Oregon and California Stage ployed, and satisfaction guaranteed. Give
property of J. II. Reel.
and we learn that it was discovered were taken for interment. At the
Company will bo 15 cents per mile.
me a call and Judge lor vonrselvcs.
DAN. L. GREEN,
F reighting to Roseburg is still
recently, being about eight inches time he was taken sick he was on his
W. S. SIX >N E, Superintendent.
Sheriff of Josephine county, Oregon.
ax Mri.t.b it. Agent, Jacksonvillo.
A GRAND BALL