Image provided by: Jacksonville Boosters Foundation; Jacksonville, OR
About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1876)
ihr Jmonaiit Simes.
Time of gn me, 3 hours snd ten minutes.
Umpire—Chas. L. Mosher; scorers—Wm.’
The Centennial anniversary of Amer Rieck for Jacksonville, H. Chitwood lor
ican Independence was celebrated In Ashland.
THE FOl'RTH IN JACKSONVILLE.
LETTER FROM ANHLAND.
The Fonrtli in NnnTa Valley.'
A shland , July 4th, 1876.
S am ’ s V alley , July 5, 1 StG.
(t^alllornia St.,one door west oTFHirb« Bro«./
To TiiF. ICnrroft of the T ime # :
The Jacksonville boys invited their
fine style and with much animation in
The celebration of the Fourth Ih
opponents to a supper at Madame
town on Tuesday and Wednesday last.
this section was a success, and exceed
Holt’s, prepared especially for the occa
TILDEN & HENDRICKS !
D ealer and worker i *
Although preparations for the event
sion, at the conclusion of which they resident of this place. He had lived ed the expectations of the most san
were commenced rather lato and con
the past Winter in the Willamette guine. The citizeus met at Col. Ed.
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ETC.
GRAND DEMOCRATIC siderable opposition was manifested by parted midst the best of feeling to
I meet again at the party of the Social disease, consumption, and, not long
betu constantly ox ilaxd ah
some, the celebration was In every
formed in line of procession, in* Which
Club, to which they had all been ex
assortment of the best
particular alxjut the best that has 02-
since, he moved out here in the hopes all of the different orders of the val
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING, July Sth,
cured in this section.
With the two parties that occurred of benefltting his health. He leaves ley participated. First in position was
About four o’clock Tuesday morning
in the evening—one at the Social Club a wife and a number of children to the O. U. R ; second, the I. O. G. T.,
the denizens of Jacksonville were
CHAINS, LEAD PIPE,
rooms and the other at Veit’s hall—
The Democracy of Jackson county will aroused by the firing of cannon and
Ixith of which passed off pleasantly,
ratify the nominations ot Tilden and Hen
by half-past eight the roads were the celebration of the Centennial year off nicely and successfully. The day ■ nied by a band of splendid music, to
dricks by a grand Liemocratic rally next
TAINTS, SIZES, GLASS,
Saturday evening. Shakers and music will lined with vehicles of all kinds from in Jackson county closed, and was a was heralded by the ringing of bells j the stand on the celebration grounds. !
OI.S, nosE, POWDER,
l»e in attendance. The s]M'aking will be every portion of the county on their
great success throughout.
held in open air and will commence at eight way to Bybee’s Grove, the scene of
a large concourse of people formed in then offered by the Rev. F. Ding BAR, PLATE AND ASSORTED IRON,
— — ,1 ■ - > . -. —
b’clock. Turn out. everybody !
C ompany I ncorporated . — »Some procession in the public square and man, after which we had singing by NAILS,
It was almost ten o’clock before the of the owners of the Yank ledge, on marched to the grove. Noticeable in the Glee Club. Then came the effect
T iianks .—The Jacksonville Social
Galice creek, have joined their inter the procession was the Liberty Car, ive reading of the Declaration of In
C YRPE TER TOOiS,
Club returns its thanks to the public procession was got into shape by the
ests in that affair and incorporated a handsomely decorated and containing dependence, by J. S. March, followed .
for the large attendance that honored
and his aids, T G. Reatnes and Judge
young ladies and little girls represent by the oration of Prof. W. J. Stanley,
its parties on the 4th and Sth.
BRASS ANDIRON WIRE,
1 Watson, and left the Court House. It the purpose of working it. The in ing respectively the Goddess of Liber I of Illinois, which was able, lengthy
T emperance R ally .— A grand presented a very creditable appearance, corporation is known as the “Galice ty, Angel of Peace and the several and appropriate. The Glee Club again
temperance rally is to be given by the attracting much attention as it made Mill and Mining Company,” the capi States ot the Union. It was just the did themselves great credit in furnish- | Cast Iron and Steel Pldtr»/
1. O. G. T. nt the M. E. Church In Jack its way to the Grove, headed by the tal stock being placed at $1,000,000, thing for the occasion, and our little , ing splendid music. A very cordial ROPE,
sonville Wednesday evening, July 12, Jacksonville Brass Band of seven in shares of $10 each, and announces folks were in the height of their glory. • Invitation, by Marshal M. A. Houston, j
1876. A general invitation is extend pieces, which discoursed excellent as its object the working of the Yank The music for the occasion was very was then extended to all to march up
ed to all.
music as it went. Following the band lode and the buying, selling and locat appropriate and well rendered and the to two spacious tables, of about 100 ;
wagon came the car containing the
Declaration of Independence was read feet in length, each loaded down with
F ire .—George Black’s cabin, a few
young ladies dressed in the quaint N. Thoss, Fred. Fisher, Chas. Sanders, by Miss Kate Thornton in a style that a plentiful repast of luxuries of all j lfOODJLN A ND WILLOW WAlH.
miles south of town, was totally de
costume of 1776 and representing the D. C. Courtney, B. A. Rawley, E. C. covered her with honor. That great kinds which would have done yonor
stroyed by fire one morning this week, thirteen colonies, together with a rep Brooks and W. F. Courtney are the
document .-eetned like an inspiration to the feasts of ancient Kings, which
at about four o'clock. Biack and an
resentation of Geo. Washington; the incorporators. The stockholders held as it came from the lips of the reader. I speaks well for the patriotism and lib
other man sleeping in the cabin at the
Always on hand a largi» lot of parlor, «»ook -
car in which were the Goddess of Lib a meeting and perfected an organiza Our pen utterly fails to do the oration erality of our citizens, of which none inc,
office, oabin xtoves of »MHorted size«,
time I nt rely escaped with their lives.
erty and Angel of Peace, three boys tion on May 29th, adapting constitu of Mrs. Goodchild anywhere near i are more deserving of praise than our plain and fancy, constructed on the latest
The origin of the fire is unknown.
fuel-saving plans. Boilers, kettles, pot«,
representing the Army and Navy and tion and by-laws and electing the fol justice. All we can say is it was per patriotic and energetic lodges of Sim’s ami
everything connected with these stove«
F rom L ake .—Newman Fisher re Gen. Grant and thirty-eight little girls lowing officers, who hold until July 1, fectly elegant and an honor to the oc valley and vicinity, who superintend- warranted durable and perfect.
All articles sold or manufactured by him
turned from Lake county this week. personating the various States of the 1877 : W. F. Courtney, President; I casion. We believe it was the first ora ed the getting up of this plentiful and warranted. His work is made of th« ljest
and of the choicest patterns.
He rejMtrts the l<»>s of cattle quite se Union ; the carriage containing the John Bilger, Treasurer ; J. II. Penn, tion by a lady we have ever had the .magnificent repast for the celebration material
Orders attended to with dispatch and
vere last Winter. Stock is rather orator, reader and chaplain ; the mem Secretary ; Fred Fisher, Superintend pleasure of listening to on that memo of the first Centennial Fourth of July filled according to directions. He Is deter
|nx>r yet, but rapidly picking up. bers of Jacksonville Lodge of Odd ent ; John Bilger, Nicholas Thoss, W. rable day. The po»on was well read i of our national existence. After par- , mined to sell at low prices for cash.
Several cattle buyers have been in Fellows in regalia; the Jackson county F. Courtney, Fred. Fisher and Charles by Miss Fanny Myer and after it was taking of the repast the young folks
that section, but desiring to purchase cavalry in full uniform and equipage ; Sanders, Directors. From J. H. Penn, finished we had the pleasure of listen began to engage in the various amuse- i
beef cattle are rarely accommodated. the Mulligan Guards, elegantly rigged
ing to a short speech from Prof. J. II. j menls of the evening, such as dancing, of all kinds, at the best brands, whwleaale «Ad
—------------- *--------- ——
in paper caps, ducking »and wooden
Skidmore. It was one of his happy swinging, and all appeared to enjoy retail. Also
I nstallation .—The following offi gun*,and al ly mar shaled byUapt. C iton, as a reserve fund and 7,000 ot these hits, just to the point, and was well re
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
themselves to the fullest extent, till the
cers of Jacksonville Lodge No. 10, who personated Uncle Sam to perfec are unassessable. The balance of the
ceived by the audience. He is an ex lateness of the evening warned them In connection with all these I haveon hand
I. O. O. F, were installed on Satur tion. Citizens in vehicles, on horse- shares will be put in the market for cellent speaker aud always commands
a large assortment ot
that they must depart for home.
day evening, July 1st, by John A. ba«-k and on foot, completed the pro- the purpose of raising funds for the the closest attention of his hearers.
O bserver , i
Boyer, 1). I>. G. M.: T. B. Kent, cession, which was of considerable development of the ledge, and arc Our tables presented a nice appearance
of all kinds—jnst what every marriod mun
L ake C ounty C ircuit C ourt .— wants in his family. And if you don’t be
N. G.; J. II llyier, V. G.; J. H. length and quite gorgeous to see.
started at 50 cents each, with an as and were well laden with provisions,
it, call and examine my stock before
A. C’. Jones, Esq., has kindly fur lieve
l'enn, II. Sec.; J. I*. McDaniel. R. S
Arriving at the Grove, the crowd sessment of 10 cents on the share. the most conspicuous dish being the
nished us the following synopsis of 1
N. G ; John Horkenyn*, L. S. N. G ; repaired to lhe stand prepared for lhe Fifty-two thousand »hares are already
ox cooked whole by Mr. Houck. Af
Importer of farm implements and machines.
the proceedings of the Circuit Court
J. F. Kellogg, R. s. V. G.; E. Band, event, where the programme of the taken. A revenue of about $700 is
ter dinner the people were generally
held in Linkville, by Judge Prim, last
L S. V. G.
day was carried out, commencing with thus raised monthly, with which the i entertained by toastsand were amused
—-- - - - - ♦ -
I by the appearance on the ground of
.A shland V ictork » i * s .— The game an appropriate prayer by Rev. M. A.
Jacob McKinney vs. Sarah McKin Two Hundredth Edition.
the “soldiers” of 1776 and 1876.
«•f !»a«e bull I h - tw < m * u lhe A-hlaml fir—t Williams. z\fter a national anthem
ney ; suit for divorce Decree granted.
••xcclhmtl.v rendered by the Glee Club, thorized, until the value of the stock Swinging and ice-cream also con
Charles II. Goodman vs. M. L. Wal
Prof. Willits, of Ashland, read the h reached, if deemed necessary. The tributed considerably toward the
ters ; writ of review. Judgment for Revised and »’orrected bv the author, E. d«
Declaration of Independence in first- requisite tools, including a complete amusement and comfort of the people
F. CURTIS, M. I).. <tc.
class style. The band favored the au assaying apparatus, have been ordered, assembled, and, taking it all ifi all, our defendant.
Lafayette Goodman vs. M. L. Wal A MEDICAL ESSAY ON THE CAUSE
ditory with another air, when Prof. and the workingof the Yank will celebration was a grand success and
ami cure of premature decline iu man,
J W. Merritt was introduced to the au i soon be commenced in earnest. Tins will long be remembered by our citi ters ; writ of review’. Judgment for showing
how health is lost, and how re
gained. It gives a clear synopsis of tho im-
dit-lire and delivered one of the best enterprise cannot but lx? of the great zens.
Kahler A Watson vs. C. A. Coggs- jiediinents to marriage, the treatment of
orations we ever h *d the plea-ure est imparlance to this section, and we I The mast important part of the pro-
nervous and physical debllily, exhaiwted
vitality, ami all other diseases appertaining
of li-tening to. It was well re-
; the results of twonty years’ suc
reived and is highly spoken of by all. prising men, as those certainly are, McCall to Mrs. E. Brown. The cere from Justice’s Court, Judgment for cessful practice.
C ei . ebra ' itov at F oots ’ C reek .— I After another song by the Glee Club have taken hold ot it with such com mony was performed by Rev. J. II. plaintiffs.
OPINIONS OF TIIE PRIXS.
Jackson County vs. Lake County ;
The celebration of the Fourlhat F»«ot«’ and various tunes by the band the as mendable energy. That it will prove Skidmore, after which the happy cou
“MANHOOD.”—There is no
action at law to recover money. De member ot ON
creek wh * 1« mu » cess throughout, and semblage dispersed for dinner. At an entire success is the hope of all.
by whom thia book will
--------------- <. - — .
not be found useful,'whether he l>e parent,
all who were preM-iit rc|»ort having at »out two o’clock the cavalry gave a
T he C elebration at Isn’s G rove . ing part in the Fourth of July exercises. visement by the Court aud case con preceptor or ulergynian.—London 7\mca.
bail a good time. J. JI. Whipple read creditable exhibition of their military
R ob R oy .
CURTIS ON “MANHOOD.”—This book
—A very fair crowd assembled at Ish’s
should be read by the young for instruc
the Declaration of Independence in »kill under the management of Capt.
and by the atflieted for relief; It will
A ppointment .—The following is my plan
Grove on Tuesday last and celebrated
Kaspar Kuhli, Treasurer of Jackson j tion,
an excellent manner, while the orat ion Hvzer and Lieutenants I. W. Berry
no one.— Medical Tones and G<12rtf'1.
the Fourth in an appropriate and pleas of appointments:
—One dollar, by mail or express.
by N. Lingell Is said to have been an and F. Kasshafer. The fool-Killers
2d Sunday in July, Sam's valley, com
author. DR. CURTIS. 520 Sut
of Lake county; petition for man ter Street, the
mencing Friday before.
able and Interesting one. The Orme next made their appearance and
1*. O. Box 337, San Francisco,
damus to compel defendant to pay Cal.
»Bros, and F. Luy furnished excellent amused the audience for some time ported to have been well rendered and urday before.
gave general satisfaction. The audi 4tli Sunday ia July, Taylor's Ferry, Sat over money to plaintiff. Demurrer to ■
•music for the occasion.
with their comicalities. The balance ence present was favored with some urday liefore.
GEORGE W. FREY.
Sunday in July, Ashland, Saturday petition taken under advisement by
P ersonal .—Judge L L. McArthur, of the day was spent in the various first-class singing, an appropriate before.
(Successor to Caton A Prey,)
1st Sunday iu August, Linkville, Saturday the Court, and ease continued.
amusements the grounds afforded. prayer by Rev. M. Peterson, while
•of the Fifth District, passed through
State of Oregon vs. Pat. 3IcManus;
The crowd present was very large and Miss Annie Miller read the Declara before.
down on the Fourth en route for the
indicted for assault and battery. Plead ( New Boot and Shoe Store.
was evidently well satisfied with the tion of Independence in excellent style urday before.
¡Eastern States. He will also visit
guilty and fined $20.
day’s entertainment. The display of and Rev. J. R. N. Bell delivered an terly Meeting.
■Philadelphia before returning.
fire-works in the evening was fair, and oration which is highly spoken of and terly Meeting.
L. Horne has returned from Eureka.
would have been much better, had it was well received. At the conclusion 1 The otliciary will please attend—especial- were returned by the Grand Jury, and
*We learn that he will remove there
the causes continued by the Court.
aving permanently located
been possible to get the fancy pieces of the exercises a most bountiful feast i ly the Quarterly Conferences.
ell , l’astor.
in Jacksonville, I respectlully inform
'With his family ere long.
engaged in San Francisco here in time. was spread, which was enjoyed by the
the public that I am prepared io do all
C. C. Beekman left on a trip to the
kinds of work in the boot and shoe-making
After the fireworks, a large number of participants. Those who were pres j R ubber S tamps .—Everyone should the nominations of Tilden and Hen- • line.
[East the other day.
G. W. FREY.
couples adjourned to the rooms of the ent report everything as passing off I embrace the present opportunity and d ricks •» to-morrow evening. Hally, I 25»tf.
M. Mensor has gone to California to
Jacksonville Social Club, where several finely.
Hook for a business location.
neat and durable rubber stamps for Democrats, rally ! ---- —
J. M. Cook intends leaving for his
F ound .—The person who left his
S tore B urned .—Joe Solomon’s marking clothing, cards, envelopes,
N AND AFTER THE TENTH 1>AT
•old home in Missouri in a few days, to
of Septeinlier, 1875, the ratrons of Hus
whip in Jacob I.*h’s wagon can find 1 bandry
The crowd was not as large as yes store on Evan’s creek was destroyed
Mill Company will rease to grind
ibe gone about a year.
except for family use lor pro
ducers, in unbranded sacks ; and instead
Hon. SV. W. Fidler, of Josephine, terday, but still good. The exercises The fire originated from a defective elegant wagon, soon as possible, as his
buv wheat and pay the highest market
were considerably of a repetition of
P ost O ffice D iscontinued .—Mer- will
was in town this week.
price therefor. For ixirticnlars, applv at
those of the previous day. Rev. J. flue at about seven o’clock, While the 1 stay in Jacksonville will be of short
gattser Post Office, in Lake county, the Mills.
Judge Prim, IL K. Hanna, E. B.
clerk was cooking supper. Every duration.
Bv order of the Rinard.
-------- - — <.----- —-----
I has been discontinued.
Watson, A. C. Jones, C. W. Kahler, B.
J. S. H ERRIN’, Presidents
N ot a V ery ’ C reditable T rick .
F. Dowell and J. R. Neil returned
/roiu Lake last week.
pal affair was the base ball game be timated at from $5,000 to $6,000. In the night bi fore the Fourth that there ' WATKINI»—LANGLEY-On July 3d, by J acob olle F k R-
T. B. Kent, J. 1*., Mark Watkinds to Miss ,
would be no celebration at Ish’s Grove
T he F ireworks . — Several fine tween the Jacksonville and Ashland sured for $3,000.
Martha M. Langley.
—BRADFORD—At the rosi j
pieces of flreworks was ordered for
A G ood A ppointment . — Sheriff
dence of the officiating minister, July 2d, :
the display last Tuesday evening, but ifested by the audience throughout. Manning has appointed Horace B. the least. There were quite a num by Rev. M. A. Williams, Milo Mathews
California Street. Jacksonville, Oregon.
to Miss Martha Bradford.
owing to the lateness of the time at There was considerable good playing Seybert, of Eden precinct, as his Dep ber who were turned away before the
: ROLOSON—KNOWLES —At the Franco-
which they were sent for it was im done on both sides, though the Jack uty. Mr. Seybert is an old resident of “sell” was discovered, and went else American, July 4th, by Rev. M. A. Wil
liams, J. T. Roloson and Miss Louisa R. rtLOTHES MADE T<> ORDER AND S.VF-
possible to get them here, aud Wells, I sonville boys did the best. As will be this county, well qualified for the po where to celebrate.
U istaction warranted. Work done at rea
Fargo A Co. would not receive them, i seen by the score below, the Ashland sition, and will doubtless make a good
C ounty ” C ourt .—The new Board
will readily be seen by the follow- !
officer. He Is moreover a good Demo of County Commissioners met yester
iog from Church A Clark, to whom ! their defeat gracefully and will try to crat.
day, Judge Day and Commissioner ■ tho wife of Cvrus H. lickens, .11,, a
the order was sent, that the Commit » regain their lost laurels in a return
Furry being in attendance. But lit-
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
C ampaign T imes .—We will furnish 1 tie business of importance came up for
tee on Fireworks were not to blame game at Ashland in August.
Ö. li. the T imes from now until the end of
Ö. Ji. ÂtMànd.
for the meagreness of the display :
V. McCain, p
mllE PKOFK1ETOR, J<iS. WETTEKE1!.
S an F rancisco , June 23d.
KWUkln»’n,3d b 2 8 H. Giddings, e
1 has now 011 hand and is const«nt ly man
We regret Io inform you that the
ber for $1. Send in your names.
RS. a .
JONES, AT HER RESl- ufacturing the host Lager Boer in Southern
Merr tt, 1st b. 5
------------- > ... , —
i elected at the June election—at least a
Expresa Company refuses to take the L. Stinson, r. f....« » C.
dence ou Fourth street, apposite the Oregon, which ho will sell in mmntitie« to
M. Walker, 2d b..3 4 i
Church, keeps on hand and tor sale
goods ordered of us in your letter of W. Mensor, 1st b. 4 G. Hill, 3d b..... w 5
suit purchasers. Call and test the article.
R emember the Democratic ratifica majority of them—having filed their I the latest E. atvles
the 16th, on account of the size of lhe G. Love, s. s.... 3
’s flats, Riblxuis and Millin» ry
Million, c. f.. «> 3 tion meeting to-morrow evening. A bonds and been sworn in, entered i I Children
cases, and as we cannot reduce them L. Boss, 2d b... .6 •> J.
every description and best quality.
rousing time may be expected.
Bonnets and hats trimmed in the most
in any way we cancel the order. Be
styles al reasonable prices.
\ FLOURING MILL, ONE RUN <>F
Totals.............. 27 38
assured we have done our beit to serve Totals»...........
N ew B arn .—Sheriff Manning is
A burrs, good water power, favorably In
you and feel very sorry to disappoint Innings •«»»••••••••
GOA P°r ilaX al home. Samples caled iu Kerbyvilie. For particulars', ud-
I ce has made its appearance iu
building a new barn on the flat near
Your», very respectfully,
.1. B. flFEl<>,
i ot) 1 Qvv worth "?1 free. S t IJ’ sof A dr<jés
C hlrcm A Ci. ark .