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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1876)
£hc democratic tiimr.s.
ASll I. AND ITEMS.
A uction .—The undersigned will of
fer at auction at their store in Jackson
ville their entire stock of General
Merchandise, consisting of dry goods,
clothing, boots and shoes, groceries,
hardware and many other articles too
numerous to mention. Sale will com
mence on Saturday, September 2, 1876,
and will he continued every Monday
and Saturday following, until all is
sold. The entire stock will positively
he sold without reserve. Come every
body and secure bargains.
Those indebted to us are requested
for the last time to come forward, pay
up, and save expenses.
S ac its B ros .
however, who have to pay the bills, would
prefer that the South was left a little more to
look after itself. They object to any un
necessary increase of their expenditures,
and think that by this time their brethren
of the warm and sunny lands ought to be
able to take care of themselves. They de
sire to live within their incomes.
The Tilden column is full, strong, united
and Hushed witli the confidence of victory.
With reform written on its banner, it is
marching against the hosts of Grantism, led
by Zack Chandler, with the amiable Hayes
as the nominal captain. The people mean
to drive out of their public offices the whole
herd cf Grants, Dents, Babcocks, Sharps
and Caseys, and to make Washington an
unsate place lor post-trader Belknap, Secor
Robeson, Landaulet Williams, Boss Shep
herd and the other thieves who have for
eight years rioted there. In the battle of re
form against corruption there can be only
one issue in a country which has not lost all
its sense of honor and detestation of public
thievery ami jobbery. When Grant departs
from the White 1 louse next March, Tilden
will move in and cleanse the Presidential
mansion of its fold associations. During
the next tour years the rascals who have SO
long plundered the treasury will rest at
home or behind the bars of a prison.
T. G. REAMES.
E. K. REAMES.
Circus next week.
R. B. Hatton, Esq., County Clerk of
Vl’GI’ST 31, 1876.
Lake, is in town.
Auction at Sachs Bros.’ Saturday.
(Successors to White & Martin*)
We are sorry to learn of the death
Walter Jackson, of Salem, is in town.
( ounty C ourt .—The September
Louis Solomon has gone to San Fran of the infant child of A. G. Rockfel
terni of thè Probate and County Com
low, of this place, which occurred
missionerà’ Court* will be held next
some time this morning.
Col. J. N. T. Miller has gone to Lake
Crooks crossed the creek last Friday.
T ilden and H endricks .—Win.
IIo says some “feller” misplaced a
C. Beekman has returned from
(’A TA FORNI A STREET,
31. Colvig, Jr., of Rock Point, has our
lioard. The water was only up to his
belt and quite cool for this time in the
th inks for an admirable likeness of
the Democratic standard-bearers, which
may be seen at this office.
On last Thursday our flag was flaunt
Rip Van Winkle was in town yes- ed at half-mast upon the reception of
P ostmasters A ppointed . J. P. terday.
LOW PRICES WILL WIN
the news that Speaker Kerr was no
Roberts has been appointed Postmaster
County scrip taken at par at the more. A great and good man has fal
ot Merganser Post Office, Lake county, T imes office.
len ; an honest and faithful servant
and Abram Teubrook, Postmaster of
R ailroad C onnection with O r
milE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEAS-«
Jos. Rapp has our thanks for an ex has ceased his toils—a Nation mourns
Goose Lake P. O., in same county.
1 uro in notifying their friends and the
egon .—The July number of the S. F.
public generally that they have purchased
Heal Estate Circular states that tinder
the stock of White A Martin, ana are now
T he M ail R obbery .—Postal Agent
New’styles of fruit glasses at John
Tho time ¡9 now come when the direction of S. S. Montague, Chief En
receiving and opening a very large, exten«
Underwood returned from Nevada this Bilger’s at low’ rates.
sive and well-selected assortment of
average hoodlum danceth with delight, gineer of the Central Pacific Railroad,
week on business connected with the
Mrs. George Nurse, of Linkville, was for tho peach hath ripened and be a full party of engineers are about ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY FOR THE
RELIEF OE THE AFFLICTED.
search for the robliers of the stage on in town this week.
come delicious, and he regaleth him starting to complete tho explorations
the 10th. He reports meeting with
Major W. F. Cornell left for tho cin self out of the common citizen’s peach and surveys of a new railroad route stitute, located in Indianapolis ; Pacific Di
BOOTS AND SHOES,
orchard—when no one is near to mo from Winnemucca, Nev., on the line vision, Alhambra Building, Bush Street,
nabar mines last week.
San Francisco, have yielded to the many
W at « i i a n d C ii a i n S ix > len . —Some
of the Central Pacific Railroad, by urgent appeals lrom their patrons and California & Salem Cothi and Blanket«,
The building for the Alden Fruit lest or make him afraid.
lie was riding leisurely along the way of Goose and Klamath lakes, to friends in Oregon and Washington-Terri
thief last week entered the residence Dryer is about completed.
tories ami adjoining regions to revisit Port
of James A. Cardwell and stole a val
kind. The former visit was highly satisfac
R. B. Hatton, Esq , County Clerk of road and did not know he was disturb the pass in the Cascade ^Mountains, on tory
encouraging, many of the patients
uable gold watch ami chain belonging Lake, was in town Monday.
ing the sage liens that wero just out the headwaters of the Willamette river, then and
accepted for treatment being now en
to one of his daughters. They were
one side. But he was ; and they flew’ in Oregon.
tirely cured, while nearly all are greatly
A son of Fred. Birdsey, aged about
benefited and in a fair way of recovery. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
first mis-ed on Saturday last.
into the air with a flutter. His horse
or mor«- of the Surgeons will be at
two years, died on tho 2Sth.
B asket M eeting .—There will be the Cosmopolitan
Hotel in Portland, Or°-
jumped suddenly to one side—ho got
Fl RE IN JosEPIUN 1
Dick Ish, the
Hats and Caps
Jacksonville Lodge of Good Temp up and scratched the dust out of his a basket meeting at tho month of gon, from Monday, the 2S’h day of August,
until Saturday, the 2d of September, 1876,
affable Josephine expressman, informs lars has suspended until Winter.
I eyes. Linkville distant two miles; Foots creek on Sunday, September six They
will have with them a great amount LADIES, CHILDREN & MISSES SHOES.
us that Wm. Sawyer’s residence, near
W. A. Childers, our County Asses time, four minutes; horse winner by
of surgical apparatu , appliances, etc., and
Kerbyville, was totally destroyed by sor, is sick at the Farmer’s Hotel.
« and v.on.men to
! i about one hundred yards. Mail car- ing. Religious services at elcven competent
o such apparatus as
fire on the 25th, at about noon. The
o’clock a . m . and three p. M. Every- may I m ? re<p
l'hey will come espec-
«»rigin of the tire is traced to a defect
rcal all surgical cases: We have also In eonn(*ction with the alajve
¡ally prep: ■
body is invited to attend.
of Deformities of the
a very large and fine stock of choice
ive flue. Nothing was saved.
Limbs, Diseased Joints,
¡■’ace, Spine ...
time has been arranged for playing the
I nteresting to F a ; ers .—Road Diseased Eyes , Catarrh, Private Diseases,
Piles, Fistula, etc.
All who wish to avail GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, QUEENS
return game of base ball between the the new advertisem
F or C onference .—Rev. J. R. N.
entitled as themselves
of t he ad vantages of the Insti
Bell will shortly leave for Corvallis, to Kalama, W. T., and will remain with first nines of Jacksonville and Ash abo vi.
WARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
tute, without the long journey to San Fran
land, and the match game will oc-
i e present al the annual session of the
PAINTS, OILS, NAILS, WIN
N otary P ublic .—Gov. Grover has time. No cases will be It undertaken
; cur next Friday, Sept. 1st, at Ash
C ilumhia Conference of the M. E.
is needless to sav
a fair hope ot relief,
DOW GLASS, CAST AND
is entirely res|>onsible,
the in dilution
Church, South, which commences at eler, has removed to Geo, W. Frey’s land, on the grounds of the Ashland appointed T. B. Kent a Notary Public. that
and the largt t and most popular of the
STEEL PLOWS, WOOD
! Base Ball Club. The Ashland boys
kind in America, curing thousands an-
that place on September 13th, and at former stand.
nuallv. Rememberthe time and place,and
EN AND WILLOW
Capt. Barnes, of Lake county, ar are anxious for the game to transpire,
which Bishop Marvin will preside.
come early, /•«.»‘Send to the Institute for
rived in town on Saturday last, and despite the assertions of “Spectator,”
The Omaha Itcrald calls the letter of Til circular.
B oard of E qualization .—This will remain a few days.
' which appeared in the columns of the
' T iieke is nothing mysterious about the
body commenced its labors ou Monday
Items are scarce as twenty-dollar i Sentinel some time since. \\ e hope The whisky thieves in St. Louis are or i disappearance irom the skin of eruptions,
[ burns, scalds, bruises, ulcers and sores,
Wo are now ready to sell anything in our
last and is still busy examining the as pieces, not even a dog fight disturbing it will prove an interesting game, and ganizing Hayes and Wheeler Clubs.
i through the influence of G lenn ' s Si’ij’jirK line at lowest eash prices. Persons wishing
sessment roll. The valuation of prop tiie serenity of the town.
j S oap . Sulphur is a potent purifier and to buy goods will find it greatly to their ad
i all will pass off quietly.
ground taken by Gov. Tilden, in his letter, healer of tile skin and is most beneficially vantage to examine our stock before pur
erly falls considerably below last year’s
R ob R oy .
Mi ss Anna Kent, formerly of this
on the great public questions of tho times, utilized in this form.
chasing elsewhere, as we are determined not
estimate, and an increase of several place, but lately teaching school at
to be undersold by any house in Jackson
A shland , August 28, 1876.
that his adversaries have been unable to
~‘VThe NationalGold Medal wasawarded county.
make a successful assault upon anv part
mills iu the levy may be looked for. Yreka, is in town on a visit.
f-«?rGive us a call, and then judge for
to Bradley A Rulofson lor the best Photo
I ndians at S ilver L ake .—J. J. of it.
graphs in the United States, and the Vienna vourselfasto our capacity to furnish goods
Peter Britt has gone on a trip up
The Republicans have given up all hopes Medal lor the best in the world. 429 Mont as above.
Jones informs the Yreka Journal that
I nsane .—Mrs. Rehkopf, of Apple
Rogue river. He will take photo
Jacksonville, Feb. 12, 1875.
there are upwards of 2,000 Indians at
gate, was last Monday examined be graphs of the principal scenery.
na', a leading Republican organ, is trying
Silver Lake and vicinity, consisting of to figure up the election of Hayes, without
fore Judge Day by Dr. Aiken and pro
Syl. C. Simpson, ex-State Superin
nut come out
the Warm Springs, Snakes, Piutes,
nounced insane. Sheriff Manning
tendent of Schools, passed through
officiating minister. August 21th, by Elder
Klamaths or Yainax and others I
took her to East Portland the same town for California on Sunday last.
! Western Massachusetts is coming up
Martin Peterson, Joseph C. Gageand Miss
They are there with numerous race nobly for Tilden and reform, The < hiñese Marv F. Cromer.
day. This unfortunate lady was an
The T imes until New Year for $1.00.
horses, for the purpose of having I question is one ot the elements of tho can- j
inmate of the Asylum before, but was
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE
Send in your names immediately, you
discharged as cured a few years ago. that want the campaign news.
match races, and also engage in gam vass in that section, and the working men j
themselves as dissatisfied with the BO<»TII— In this city, August 27th, to the
bling, a favorite pastime among the In express
wife of S. Boot 1), a son.
equivocation of the Republican platform on
P olitical S peaking .—Hon. II.
dians. The Warm Springs have about
Klippil, candidate tor Presidential the City Bakery, the latter having 500 loose horses for racing, and about position ot the Democratic party.
If tho busines4/of the Government was
Elector on the Democratic ticket, will lately secured an Interest therein.
500 on which they ride, while all the done
by only jusi as many people as are re
A son of B. F. Dunlap died at Cres
A CHEAP PAPER.
soon take the stump and canvass the
others also have large bands of horses. quired to transact it effectually, thousands
Southern portion of the State with cent City Inst week while on the way The Klamaths and Snakes are not very of office-holders would get tlieir walking
riUIE DEMAND FOR THE WEEKLY
Gen. W. II. Odell, candidate on the to Ferndale, Cal., from this county.
1 Oregonian for a short time is so great
friendly to Oregonians or soldiers, ever lions annually. But the Republican party that
we have concluded to oiler it tor the
Republican ticket for the same posi
since the Modoc war, but like the Cal eannoi atlbrd to give up so many workers. balance of 1 he year for ONE 1 >O1.L A R. All
tion. Appointments will be announced Woolen, accompanied by their fain- ifornians.
The only wav to get rid of them is to cleet subscriptions will expire December 31, 1876, California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon
no rtiatter when they commence. Address
OitEOONiAN Pi n. Co., Portland, Ogn.
Republican newspapers may assail the
T ilden and H endricks ’ C lub .—
4 IAVAYS ON II AND THE BEST STOCK
F or C oos B ay .—Judge Watson, of
Ji. of Patent and Home-made Rifle and
S. Booth will leave for Salem the An impromtu meeting of the Democ Democratic House as much as they choose,
Shot Guns, single and double; Revolvers
the Second Judicial District, having end of the week, taking with him sev racy was held at the Court House at but they cannot get over the fact that though
of the latest patents; Pocket Pistols, neat,
opposed at every stop by tho Republicans
been attorney in some of the cases to eral fast runners, which will contest 1 o’clock p. m . yesterday, for the pur- and hindered by the extravagant Republi 4 BAND OF 1,120 SHEEP. WELL GRAD- small and powerful; Derringers, the latest
j A cd with merino, consisting of 670 ewes
best ; also, the best Powder and Pow
be tried at the September term of the for the purses offered at the State Fair. i pose of organizing a Tilden and Hen can Senate, they have yet saved about thirty and 450 lambs of good size, within live and
millions in the appropriations. This is ' miles ot' Fort Klamath, are ottered lor sale der l'lasks ; Hunting and pocket knifes of
best brands; all sorts of Shot and
Circuit Court for Coos county, Judge
Postal Agent Underwood left for Port dricks Club. Over sixty names were something on which they can proudly go ■ cheap. These sheep have shorn from 8’2 the
Pouches; Caps, Wads and everything iu
Prim of this District has consented to land yesterday, taking with him I enrolled, after which A. C. Jones, Esq.,
| to 9 pounds of good wool in tho last year. the Spoilsman's line.
| Full one-half ot the breeding ewes will
He will also keep a full line of SHELF
sit in his place. The Court meets on Quinn, who will bo tried before Judge was elected President; Hon. S. J. Day,
disgusted with the (1'ntrier's figures show ! raise good bucks. The whole flock can be HA RDWARE, Nails and Rope of all kinds
the 11th prox., and His Honor will Deady for killing an Indian in Lake Secretary ; T. B. Kent, Esq., Corre- ing the economy of Tilden’s administration bought at a very low price bv applying to and sizes, Carpenters’ and Wagon-Makers,
* JOHN CALLAGHAN,
Tools, a complete assortment of Table and
start for Empire City next week.
sponding Secretary, Several short in New York, and the extravagance of
North-east of Jacksonville.
Pocket Cutlery, together with a full supply
of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc.
Alex. Martin returned from Oak and stirring addresses were made by Hayes in Ohio. It is really dangerous,
these hot days, to show a column of statis
The above goods are all of the best qual
T iie C hetco R oad .—John O’Brien, land, Cal., last week. He was ac
ity, and will be sold
tics to these Radical chaps, tor it throws
W. Beeson and 1). S. K. Buick left for companied by his daughter, Miss Ida,
them instantly into convulsions. And how
CHEAPER THAN TIIE CHEAPEST.
Kerbyville on Tuesday to meet the who has been attending school at i asm prevailed. The meeting then they would bite if their teeth hadn’t been rilHE UNDERSIGNED, BEIJEVING IT
New guns made to order, and repairing
| adjourned, to meet at 2 o’clock p. m . of drawn !
I to be the mutual advantage of
delegates of Josephine and Curry coun Brooklyn, Cal.
done and in good style. All or
fanners, have made arrangements
Saturday, Sept. 9, 1876, to which a When Grant was re-elected the business and
ders tilled with dispatch.
ties in relation to matters concerning
Jesse D. Carr, of Clear Lake, Cal., general invitation is extended for of the country’ was prosperous—its agricul
be under the management of Jacob Wag
the Chetco wagon road. The confer has let a ditching contract to Daniel everybody to attend.
turists thriving, its manufactories wen* all ner, who will have charge of both mills tor
in full operation. This has all passed away. the company during the ensuing year, end
ence meets to-day, and we will be able Gordon. The ditch is to be completed
mills are closed, business is prostrated, ing J uly 1st, 1877.
L ook O ut for the T raitor .—Re-! tho farmer
to give the result of its labors in our in tw’o years and Gordon is to get
We will pay the highest market price for
is despondent and the artisan
merchantable wheat, and are ]>n*]>ared
going on in almost every department of the to contract Hour at §18 per thousand pounds
The Umpqua Baptist Association
Government. Is it not time that all this at the mills. Utlice of the company id tiie
C ircus C oming . — Montgomery
should bo changed?
W. J. ZIMMERMAN & CO., Prop'».
will meet at the Baptist Church on
WAGNER, ANDERSON A FARMERS’ I
Queen’s celebrated circus will be at
Wagner’s creek, on Friday, September tainly no further proof necessary to The increase in the number of govern MILL C(>., Ashland, »»; con. ¡ag io «» i wnr«»
Ashland on Sept. 7th, at Jacksonville 15th. The meeting will hold over convince an intelligent person that ment officials under tho Republican admin
istration shows that reform is necessary.
anufacture and build all
on Sept. Sth, and at Rock Point on the following Sabbath.
Pomeroy has been bought and is en Admit tho necessity of the increase from
. kinds of mill and mining machinery,
Sept. 9th. This immense combina-
ca.tings, thimble skeins, and irons, brass
We learn that the Oregon and Cali deavoring to transfer his Democratic I8fil to 1865, because of the war, and see what
castings uud Babbitt metal. Bells cast.
■ clou needs no praise at our hands. It fornia Stage Company will hereafter readers bodily into the Republican Granlism means. Seo the figures. This is
Farm g machinery, engines, house fronts,
civil list: 1861, total, 46,of'»; Hoq, total. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, >tov
takes largely wherever it goes aud is feed barley more extensively to its I fold. Democrats should not be hood the
i-.s, sewing machines, blacksmith-work,
47,365 ; 1865, total, 53,167 ; 1869, total, 54.207;
for the County of Lake, sitting in pro! >.• <■.
work wherein iron, steel or brass is
highly spoken of by all who have seen stock. It is held that soaked barley is winked by this “wolf in sheep’s cloth 1871, total, 57,607 ; 1873, total, 88,037 ; 1875, In the matter of the est:il<‘of liiuun Ci < k- used, all repaired.
Parties desiring anything
in our line will do well to give us a call be
it. Read the advertisement elsewhere much better for the horses than oats. ing,” but get rid of his traitorous sheet total, 91,119. Republican organs please copy.
We think tho majority of tho people I J. C1IAR!
DMINISTRATOR fore going elsewhere. All work done with
and see for yourselves.
Judge Mosher, of Roseburg, has immediately.
would like to elect Mr. Tilden and try what I «7 • of said e.-
ing tiled in said neatness and dispatch at reasonable rates.
Bring oil your old east iron.
lor .settlement, ami
a change would do for tho coun'rv. There Court his final .
been in town on a visit during the
ZIMMERMAN A CO.
F lour at F ort K lamath .—Sealed is a longing for a change—to 1 • treo from also praying for an order for setting the
Ashland. April S, 1876.
B ase B all G ame at A shland .— past few days. The Judge is a former
lime tor hearing the same, therefore notice
Presidents, to have .
ral clear- is hereby given that said lmal account will
The Jacksonville anti Ashland first resident of this place, having been in proposals will be received at the office military
ing up of tho old mansion, in tliis desire bo heard and determined in said Court on
many Republicans share. ’ 1 imy would like tho first day of tiie October term thereof
nines will play the return game on the the Indian war of 1855. He returned of the Chief Commissary of Subsis ___
the Republicans to go out of power now for (October 2, ¡876,) at 9 o'clock a . m ., at winch j
grounds of the latter club to-morrow home Tuesday.
a time in order that they might return with time all persons having any objections to i Cor. California and Oregon Sts., Jacksonville
renewed strength four years hence.—A’. F. siid lilial account and settlement must then
J. C. Fullerton, Receiver of the
afternoon at two o’clock. The Jack
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
September 12, 1876, for the delivery JI er aid.
and there make the same.
sonville Club will comprise the follow Land Office at Roseburg, will be in
By order ot lion. E. C. Mason, County
at Fort Klamath of twenty thousand The reform professions of the Republican Judge.
K. B. HATTON, Clerk.
ing players: James C. McCully, Jacksonville on September 4th and
party belie its record. Had it done its duty
THROUGH TICKETS, 12} C ents .
pitcher and captain; Chas. Prim, 5th for the purpose of taking final pounds of family flour.
during its long tenure of power, there would
be no urgent need of reform. The real ques
catcher ; Henry Alensor, short« stop ; proof on homestead and
F rom N evada .—M. Colwell this tion on which the Presidential election is to
Win. G. Kinney, first base; Lewis
pHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CI-
turn, is, whether official honesty and ad
A subscriber, writing from Apple- week returned from Nevada, where he ministrative reform be more important than 4 FL<
FLOURING MILL, ONE RUN OF Vj gars constantly on hand. The reading
Ross, second base ; Leon Stinson, third
„„rrs, good water power, favorably lo- table is also supplied with Eastern |>eriodi-
protection of negro rights in the South. A bur
base; Robt. A. Miller, left field ; F. gate under a late date, says Samuel took twenty-one head of horses some the
If tiie country regajds the negro question cated in Kerbyville. For particulars, ad- cals and leading papers of the Coast.
.1. B. SI FELLS,
M. Nickerson, center field; Wm. Mathis, while hunting on the moun time ago. lie reports times as being as paramount, it win elect Hayes ; if it re dressKerby ville, Josephine
Mensor, right field. There may be a tain near the junction of Rogue river dull there, but says he managed to sell will elect Tilden.—A’. 1". Herald, Ind.
slight change in the above, but we are
It was no doubt a very creditable feeling FORDHAM & JENNINGS.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
of solicitude for the welfare of our South
not aware of it at present. The game
l N the accounts of tho firm oi Mauning &
(ilio CE RS,
it, the animals not lying more than
Lsh have been placed in my hands for col
will be played according to the rules twenty feet apart when dead. Two ewes and lambs are offered for sale. ern brethren that caused our President to
I desire that tho protection of the military
lection. All persons indebted to said flinj
of 1876. A rattling game may be ex were shot in the head and the other I Read the advertisement in another i should not be withdrawn from them, Nos. 660 and 602 Front St., are requested to settle immediately.
II. K. HANNA.
pected, as both dubs mean business. I i through the shoulders and backbone, j 1 column.
against the Indians. The people at large, i
AAA’ FRANCISCO, CAL.
THE ASHLAND IRON WORKS,
ft 4 .
Jacksonville, Sept. 2, 1875.