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which gave lieu lands for those claimed mucca Railroad, for to say at that place
by them as being covered by the Klam what ho did bore would lose him hundreds
A shland , Sept. 29, 1876.
A large audience, including a num ath Reservation, providing their claim of votes. But one of his principal misstate
Tho citizens of Ashland preelfx-t
ments was when ho declared that tho Dem- ■
Lane stock away-up heie.
ber of ladies, assembled at the Court was just and proper. That it was re ocrfltic House of Representatives had failed met to-day for the purpose of orgaiK
OCTOBER 5, 1876.
Regular summer weather.
Hous? last Thursday afternoon to hear commended by Governors Grover and to find where a single dollar had been l ¡zing a Tilden Reform Club.
the joint discussion between the Hon Irwin as well as by the petition of cit stolen. Anybody knows better than that.
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
The following persons were elected
orables Lafayette Lane and Richard izens of Lake county, who were de- Ho certainly forgot that that body found I officers of the Club: E. De Peat«,
several million dollars stolen through the
well A <’•’»...................... New York
mirili A Co.................... New York
W. C. Myer left for Salem this week. Williams, Democratic and Republican sirous of avoiding trouble with the Freedman’s bank, Naval Department, Dis ; President; J. D. Fountain, Vice Presi-
.... losephine County. (
Beautiful moonlight nights prevail. candidates for Congress. Hon. Henry Indians, which was inevitable, should trict oi Columbia frauds, and many other j dent; E. J. Farlow, Secretary ; J. Q.
.......... ••• .................... Kerby ville i
Klippel called the meeting to order the Road company ask their dues. steals. Ho «mused the assemblage with an 1 Latta, Assistant Secretary ; Milo Dim«
iond................................. Rock B«»i|(t
................. ............. San Francisco. ;
and nominated Judge E. B. Watson He expressed himself as being and eulogium of the Republican party, descant ick, Treasurer.
.............. San Francisco 1
Miss Lizzie Dunn, of Ashland, is-in as presiding officer, and he was unani having always been heartily in favor ing at length upon the merits it once pos
'ht'Miinii.... ....................... St. Louis
sessed, but omitting a history of its mani
On motion, an Executive Commit
..... Yreka town.
tee was appointed, consisting of the fol«
L. C. Coleman has returned from
lowing names: Mr. President, Isaac
ing delivered himself of what he had to say
was then presented to the
he retired without consuming ids time, and i Miller, Robt. Garrett, Dr. Inlow,
M. E. C hcuch .—Religion*' services every
Ashland has a minister who preaches blago and for an hour ent
the present campaign. Ilia speech his opponent »ook tho stand to close the dis Capt. Thomas Smith and J. D. Foun
Sundav, at the usual hours, l»v the Rever
was bristling with facts, complete in cussion by a fifteen minutes’ answer.
ends j’. R. N. Bell, J. S. McCain and M. A. on politics.
his hearers with a masterly t
Alex. Martin returned from Califor quent review of the leading questions <
On motion, Monday night of each
C atholic Citvurii.—Divine Services ev
he commenced his reply, which showed
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa
that tho audience was with him. He, in alternate week, at halt-past seven
Miss Ria Danforth has gone to Ash- of the Republican party. He made favor. When his time had expired, the most cutting and thorough rejoinder it o’clock, was appointed as the time of
M. E. Sex K ay S chool .—Regular meetings
has been our fortune to hear, completely holding regular meetings of the Club.
no appeal to the prejudices of the au the Chairman introduced
1 md to attend school.
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
the principal arguments of Dis
mil williams ,
C atholic S cnpvy S chool — Regular
dience, but pleaded his case from the
A motion prevailed that the Ash«
which not only cleared himself
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
through town Sunday.
of the stigma Williams had attempted to , land District School House be desig
ence for the time allotted him. His cast on him but also placed hat gentleman nated as place of holding meetings.
Miss Issie McCully will soon open a
P. 0. REGISTER AND TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
Mr. Lane commenced by paying a speech was more of a defense of bls in the unenviable position of either being
On motion, an assessment of 25
variety store in town.
grievously ignorant of the facts or grossly
Stages leave Jacksonville as follows :
cents was levied upon each member of
The Alden Fruit Dryer is about i ocratic party, (founded by Thomas istries and often approaching arrant mistaken in the premises. Mr. Lane’s re
For Rock Point. Grant’s Pass and Rose
marks were received with the greatest satis the Club to defray incidental expenses
burg, every »lay at 8:30 a. in. Mail closes at commencing operations.
faction and enthusiasm. It was plainly ap of the same.
8 a. in.
For Pho'uix, Ashland, Yreka and Red-
Prof. J. B. Farley has taken charge tion of Independence,) and of which a manner most amusing to witness, parent that he is more than an equal for his
The object of the meeting being ac
dim?, California, every day at 2:30 p. in.
wily opponent. When the meeting ad
of the Sterlingville school.
Mail closes at 2 p. in.
his opponent was once an upholder in- sometimes going square back on an journed
three rousing cheers were given for complished, Messrs. DePeatt, Foun
For Applegate, Kerbyville, Waldo and
Crescent City, every Monday and Thursday
Lafayette Lane, our next Congressman, but tain, Miller and others resjxjnded to
morning at I o’clock. Mail closes at 8 p. m. on a trip to the Centennial.
I how the Republican party had always utes before. The manner in which he not a chirp went up for poor Dick Williams. ■alls and made rousing reform speeches,
the preceding evening.
'The mail for Central Point, Table Rock, I
T j . N. Browning, of Grave creek, fa been a friend of the rich to the dis squirmed and attempted to evade his The result of the meetings at Ashland and which were received with applause.
Eaglt» Point, Brownsborough and Sam’s
paragement and detriment of the poor, opponent’s arguments showed plainly hero are very gratifying to the Democracy.
On motion, the proceedings of the
V illey, leaves every Friday morning ; vored us with a call yesterday.
It is the unanimous opinion that their can
c’ »ses the preceding evening.
M itt. Shannon is now running the
didate gained votes by his visit here. A meeting were ordered published In the
Tin» mail for Linkville, Hot Springs, Yai-
benefit of the former class and against i not misplaced, llis harangue was al- term in Congress has shown his ability and D emocratic T imes , Ashlaud Tidings
nax and Lake City, leaves Ashland every ExceLior blacksmith shop alone.
Monday morning. For Linkville every
j most entirely an appeal to the preju- desire to do much for the State and es md Oregon Sentinel.
Jesse Applegate, our would-be Sen the latter. The iniquity of the Re- i
Monday Thursday anti Friday mornings.
pecially Southern Oregon, and this section
Money Order Office open from 9 a. m. to ator, passed through town last week. publican financial system he held up ! ' dices of his audience, and a fair sample
A motion to adjourn until next
5 p. in.
of Republican argument in thecampaign will remember him tor the eminent services Monday evening, at half past seven
office Hocus—From 7 a. ni.to? p. in ;
A little child of Senator Green, of tho legislation of that party on this i . in progress. After excusing himself il he has already rendered us by next Novem
Sundays. 3o minutes after arrival ot' stages.
ber giving Lafayette Lane the largest ma »’clock, when the first regular meet
Mail matter must be in on time or it will Josephine, died at Salem on the 22d
question had always been in the inter- |
jority ever given any candidate for official ing of the Tilden Reform Club of Ash
M ax M vi . ler . P. M.
cst of tho bond-holder and against the
land will be held, prevailed.
Jack Montgomery arrived from Sa tax-payer. He very satisfactorily ex- 1 was to place himself squarely in favor
R eligious S ervices .—Rev. J. R
B ase B all G ame .—The School
E. D e PEATT, President
N. Bell will hold divine services at the lem last week, bringing his child with plained his vote on the repeal of the of woman suffrage, which fact he has and picked nines played their second
E. J. F arlow , 8pcretary.
Resumption Aet of 1875, which he de made more apparent by writing a game of ball last Saturday afternoon,
M. E. Church next Sunday morning him.
i^The National Gold Medal was awarded
A bill has been introduced in the nounced as a deception on the statute- square-toed confession of his “ weak which was won by the former after a
Bradley A Rulofson lor the best Photo
Legislature to redeem the Modoc War book, placed there by the Republican ness” to the Woman Suffrage Conven close and exciting contest. It was graphs
in the United States, and the Vienna
M ission C losed . — The cight-
party for the purpose of catching votes, tion in session at Salem last week. about the best game ever played in Medal for the best in the world. 429 Mont
davs’ mission at the Catholic Church
Several families from town went on without the least intention of ever ful Admitting the mass of the charges of Southern Oregon and the score, of gomery street, San Francisco.
dosed Sunday last, a large attendance
filling its provisions. He told how the corruption against his party, made by which the fellowing is a copy, will
being present throughout. The efforts an excursion to Chavner’s new bridge
numtier of office-holders had increased Mr. Lane, ho said that ho was not re- compare favorably with that made by
of Father Callan, the officiating minis I l-t Sunday.
GORE—JACKS—At the residence of M. A.
'ponsible and could not be held to an leading clubs of the »State :
Williams, Sept. 28, 1876, by Rev. M. A.
Frank Ennis, Superintendent of the almost double under Grant’s adminis
ter, are highly spoken of by those who
swer for ti.em. lie as much as said School Nine.
Williams, Waller S. Gore and Miss Caro
hoard them. He returned to Yreka English Company’s mines at Galice
lila A. Jacks.
this extravagant increase; how the that ho was running a.’ Dick Williams, l’rim, c............. 1 5•> ; McCully, 2d b.. 3 2
—PEEL—At the boose of Wikon Pot
2 ¡Shook, r. f....... 3 0
Butte creek, October 1st, by Rev. J.
Several friends of lion. L. F. Lane had lieen abused for reducing the num
R. N. Bell, Heaton Fox, of Ashland, and
Mrs. Marietta E. Peel, ot Butte creek.
serenaded him on the evening after ber as much as they possibly were able himself. But he soon forgot himself Love, 1. f...... *> 4 A. Mensor, s. s. 2 & o*
0 5 ¡Howard, 1st b..
Hanley, c. f.
the speaking hero.
2 3 ¡Nickerson,3d b. Ö 6
to, while at the present time several and launched out on a vigorous en W. Mensor, 1 b.
furni dies us with the following statis-
3 1 ' Farmer, 1. f...... 0 5
The S •boo! ninp
hundreds were on a furlough to go dorsement of Grant’s administration, 11. Mensor, s. s 3 o Klippel, c. f..... 1 5 CARVER—Near Plnpnix, Septemlier 26th,
ties, taken from the Assessor's lw»oks :
Mary A., wife of E. W. Carver, aged 47
home and vote the Republican ticket which he held io bo one of the purest
Number -of horses and mules, 3,6 16 ; will play a friendly
j Total............... 17 27
and labor in its behalf. He reviewed and best in our history, even compar Innings.......
cattle, 10,172 ; sheep and goats, f 27,414: Saturday afternoon.
swine, 11,768 ; acres of land, 17 ’5,912;
John Bilger yesterday received a the B *lknap case and related how ing it to that of the immortal Jack School Nine......................... ¡<> u u ■* <» .»:i v oi i-
NEW, THIS WEEK.
improved land, 122,000 acres; unim- large and first-class supplj’ of now Grant had accepted that worthy’s res- son. lie made a sly attempt to corral f'icked Nine......................... ;»iO|Oi2|3iojoj4|s|17
Time of game—2 hours, 10 minutes.
! ¡gnation with profound regret, thus the j Independent vote, asserting that
goods. Call and see them.
proved, 53,912 acre*.
Umpire, Chas. Nickell ; Scorers : Schoo’
Mrs. J. N. T. Miller, of this county, furnishing the only excuse why the 1 he represented that element in the last nine, H. Pape, Jr.; Picked nine, D. W. I n M asonic B uilding , O regon S t .,
J oint D iscission O pened —The
1 R epublican Senate did not puni>h a Republican State Convention, which Crosby.
joint canvass between Honorables L. F. was elected as Ceres of the State
felon convicted l»v his own confession. will be refreshing news to the Federal
A uction .—The undersigned will of
I.tne and Richard Williams, candi Grange at its session last week.
A. C. Jones, Esq , delivered an in He declared there was not a depart- brigade who manipulated that concern fer at auction at their store in Jackson
dates for Congress, opened at Ashland
I ment of Government that had been and who doubtless presumed that ville their entire stock of General [THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE-
on the 27th ult. Owing to the short teresting speech to the Phoenix Demo I
sires to announce to the public that he
| investigated by the Democratic House Richard was “sound on the goose.” Merchandise, consisting of dry goods, is _ now
prepared to till all orders for cakes
notice given, only a fair crowd greeted cratic Club last Saturday evening.
but in which great extravagance and Doubtless at loss for something to say clothing, boots and shoes, groceries, of every description, such as wedding cakes,
Senator Herrin’s bill for the relief of
the speakers. The Democrats were
cakes for parties, wine cakes; also brown
fraud had been discovered ; and one he commenced a tirade on Gov. Gro hardware and many other articles too and
rye bread, ginger snaps and crackers.
highly pleased over Mr. Lane’s speech
of the most disgraceful of these wa- ver, alleging that he violated the State numerous to mention. Sale will com Takes orders on exchange. Prices reasona
ble and satisfaction guaranteed.
and think he got away with his op overpaid State tax, has passed the the department of Secretary Robeson, i
Fresh bread everv day.
Constitution by running the debt over mence on Saturday, September 2,187G,
ponent in fine style.
\V m . KREUZER.
itsprescribed limit ($5(1,000), forgetting and will be continued every Monday
F or »S alem .—There is a consider
to add that Gibbs had contracted an in and Saturday following, until all is
able rush to the State Fair from thi-
debtedness far exceeding that amount sold. The entire stock will positively EXTRA NOTICE!
section, and the attendance from Jack-
long before Mr. Grover thought of be be sold without reserve. Come every
how efficient offi ials who dared to do I coming Governor. But the manner in body and secure bargains.
son county will l»e larger than ever be-
Dr. Holsclaw, of Kerhyville, favored right and would not bo party to cor- j which he flaunted the “ bloody shirt,”
fore. C. W. Kahler, John Watson
Those indebted to us are requested
for Salem Mon- ns with a call this week. lie is on ruption were discharged. He related that great Republican war-club, would for the last time to come forward, pay
day, and Gen. John E. Ross and his way home from Salem, where he the fate of Bristow, Henderson, Dyer, have done credit to even Morton him up, and save expenses.
in S outhern O regon .
Jewell, Yaryan and othyrs who were self. It was in fact almost his sole
daughter will leave in a day or two. has b*en for the past few weeks.
S achs B ros .
Mr. Witsall, an old resident of discharged for their honesty ami be- argument against the Democracy. lie
Major W. F. Cornell also intends start
T ake N otice .—The Alden Fruit
ing this week. Besides these, several this section, died at Madame Holt’s c use they could not be corruptly used. labored long and hard to work up the
JENSEN & IPFLAND,
last Sunday, aged about 73 years. He proved by the records that it cost old war prejudices, and was especially Company have levied another assess
have started heretofore.
His ailing was cancer in the stomach. more to repair a .ship in the U. S. severe upon the ex-Confederates in the ment of $10 per share on the capital
U. S. BAKERY, YREKA,
D emocratic M eeting at Asu-
P. J. Ryan has favored us with a Navy-yards than to build a new one, House for daring to assist in cutting stock, payable on or before October 20th.
LAND.—There was a good attendance copy of the Indianapolis Sentinel, the and remarked it was strange that this
ARE NOW SELLING
down Governmental expenses and save Any unpaid assessment will be collect
present at the first regular meeting of I leading Democratic paper of Indiana, repairing was always done about elec tho country from financial ruin. Like all ed at the expense of the delinquent.
the Ashland Tilden Reform Club, which contains an able speech of Ilor. tion time, when votes were wanted. Republican speakers, he pretended to be The company needs money to pur Soda, Graham, and Sugar
which took place last Monday evening. J. B. Ryan, his brother.
He read from official testimony several terribly afraid that there will be another chase fruit and pay for labor, and stock
Stirring and interesting speeches were
County Clerk Foudray has had a Custom Houses where it took hun at the same time they do everything to holders will see the necessity of being Jenny Lind Cakes and Gin
made by James R. Neil, Esq., followed
dreds of dollars to collect $1—these of bring such an event about for the sake ot prompt in their payments.
by A. C. Jones, Esq., which were well number of official notices printed of fices being created to give place to po being continued in power that they may
received. The Democracy of Ashland the comi ng elect ion—for three Presiden- litical bummers. Mr. Lane expressed carry on their corruption. But it will avail
S peaking at B rownsbo rough .—
is thoroughly united and aroused, and
himself decidedly in favor of transfer better than to believe such blood and thun A large crowd was present at Browns-
guarantee to sell a better article oi
will give a good account of itself in
borough last Saturday to listen to tin We will
cheaper than can be laid
in conspicuous places in each precinct.
down from ban Francisco.
ment, where they could be more econo this “Confederate” House had equalized speeches of lion. Henry Klippel and
lion. O. Jacobs, formerly of this mically and better cared for. Our read bounties and ¡»ensions more satisfactorily Wm. M. Colvig, Esq. The efforts of
T he C ampaign in J ackson C oun place, has been renominated for Dele
than had ever been »lone before and how it th se gentlemen are well spoken of Send in Your Orders Now
ty .—In no other section of the »State gate to Congress by the Republicans of
had granted the widow ot Gen. Custer a
and elicited marked attention and
pension of $.>0 per month, which the Repub
is there as much activity and spirit Washington Territory. If a Repub
lican .Senate cut down to $34. He dilated much applause from the assembled au-
exhibited by either party as is mani lican is to go, nothing would please us which he made a pointon the celebratt d J considerably
JENSEN & IFFLAND, YREKA, CAL.
on the respect at present en •lienee.
fested by the Democracy of old Jack- better than to 6ee Mr. Jacobs elected,
encomiums of his colleagues and the tertained for our llag, but did not tell liow
son. In every portion of the county as he i9 certainly a worthy gentleman.
Spain and other nations had insulted it
I t was amusing to see several of the
without being called to answer for it by Republicans in attendance on the dis
its memliers are fully alive to the im-
cowardly Republican administration.
UR MILL HAS BEEN MISREPRE-
•¡portance of the coming election and
cussion leave post-haste when theii
sonted by Grangers and others saying
bat “wo are not doing any .hing
Intend giving Tilden, Hendricks and that he is now prepared to fill orders servance, and he illustrated how the Jackson’s time. He said much about • and¡date had concluded. They evi
ire doing this : We give* 36 tbs. of dour, 3
Dane a rousing majority. The meet
Republicans reducing the public debt, dently had enough of Mr. Lane and tbs. of shorts and 8 tin. of bran per bushel
neglected to state that it ought to have desired to hear none of his scathing »fgood wheat. We will also pay 63 cents
ings that have been held were in ev
tor wheqt and pay for it in flo'ur, ready
reduced hundreds ot millions more
ery instance attended by large and
sacked, at $18 per thousand.
had National affairs been conducted honest
DALEY <t EMERY.
enthusiastic audiences. Advices from
ly and economically, lie took particular
Butte Creek, August 16, 1876.
pecial M eeting .—The members
Josephine and Lake counties are also
pains to distort the record of Mr. Lane.
the Jacksonville Lodge No. 269, I. O.
Fortunately lor him he cannot boast of hav
of an encouraging nature and a good
All Kinds of Job Printing
The Salem Statesman has the follow duced the appropriations $65,000,000 ing a record, lie attempted to prove the G. T., are requested to meet at Odd
report may be expected from them in
Democracy a soft-money party, but that Fellows’ Hall on Friday, Oct. 6th.
November. Our brethren elsewhere ing : “The remains of Ella, daughter of from the estimates of the various de was
a difficult and unsuccessful job. With
may rely on these three counties giv 1 Hon. Warren Cranston, were brought partments had it not been confronted | his usual slyness he endeavored io get into By order of the W. C. T.
NEATLY A CHEAPLY EXBCX’TED AT
A be M ensor , W. S.
ing the Democratic standard-bearers
fully 350 majority, with a strong prob the Klamath Agency, and interred in opposed such reduction ; but, after this i ing himself in favor of a land grant to assist
S elling O ut . —Ben Sachs is selling
i in completing the railroad from Roseburg
The Times Office»___
ability of it running up to 400 and
| to Redding. That all sounds very nice out his entire stock of goods at San
over. If the Democracy throughout mother, last week. Miss Cranston
j here, but does any one suppose he will re Francisco cost. Here’s a chance for
Farms for Sale-
the State does as well as will be done
bargains. Store fixtures for sale,
Persons desiring to purchase good farirs
of any size will do well to enquire of
here, Oregon will go largely fur Tilden
JOHN BOLT. Applegate. Or<g<»u.
Oregon Central Military Road Co., there be decidedly in favor of tl»e Winn© Give him a call.
THE JOINT DISCUSSION.
ihf ¿üniKinatic Firats.
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
To Merchants and Dealers