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SATURDAY,................ JANUARY «, 1877.
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
iJon 1* ÎLiwoll .V I’ d
S. M. Pettingill A Co......
1 Un I. ( f rppii
.............. Josephine < 'omit v.
lk'U Havmond................ ......... R«»ck Point
L. P. Fisher,.................... ...San Francis«-«».
R. B. Hatton................... ............ Linkville
M. E. C hurch .—Religious scrvi«-cs every
Sundav, at the usual hours, by the Rever
ends J. It. N. Bell, W. Hurlburt and M. A.
C atholic CHURCH.—Divine Servi«*es ev
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa
M. E. S unray S chooi ..—Regular meetings
every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
C atholic S unray S chool .— Regular
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
GRAND MASS MEETING.
PATRIOTS TO THE FRONT !
A grand mass meeting will he held
at Jacksonville on Monday, January 8,
1 *77, at r* o’clock, noon, for the purpose
of counseling together and expressing,
in some suitable way, a solemn and
emphatic protest against the outrages
and usurpations sought to he perpetrat
ed upon the people through the mach
inations of corrupt and unscrupulous
returning board-'. The nue'ing will
be a»l«lressed by a large number of
speakers. Everybody is invited to he
present and participate.
C ontract A warded .—The con
tract for trans|M»rting Indian supplies
front Portland to the Klamath Agenci/
has been awarded Rf L. Solomon, of
R ain -F all .—Through the courtesy
of Peter Britt we are enabled to state
that the rain tall since October 17th
last lias been 61 inches. This is much
less than for the same time last year.
1. <). O. F. E lection .—Jacksonville
Dvlge No. 10, 1. <>. O. F.,on the even
ing of the 3<»th ult. elected the follow
ing < ¡Fleers for the ensuing term : J.
H. Hyzer, N. G.; John Miller, V. G.;
Daniel Cronemiller, Recording Secre
tary ; Fret I. Luy, Treasurer; Silas J.
Day, Permanent Secretary.
P aupers .—The keeptug of the coun
ty |MH>r is one of the heaviest items of
expense our County (,’ommissioners
have to contend with. Their suite
name costs the tax payers several
hundred dollars a v ear, and the au
thorities are as economical as possible
in the matter. Jackson is unfortunate
ly a border county, which, in a meas
ure, may’ account for our numerous
paupers. Ami there seems to be more
than usual just now.
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A C urioi s M ineral .—A. Miller,
Jr., one of our County Commissioners,
yesterday brought into our sanctum a
specimen of a mineral, black in color,
of a tine composition, which he Intel»/
discovered near his place on Antelope.
Mr. Miller says this substance is found
in a ledge of granite, an I will blacken
boots and other substances. He also
liclieves that, with proper preparation,
good printer’s in* can be made of it,
ami we promise Ir.ying it. It is cer
tainly a curious article, and inii^ l»e of
P robate C ourt .—The following
business has lieon transacted in this
Court since our last report:
The appraisers appointed to appraise
the estate of A. F. Farnham submitted
their report, showing the estate to be
valued at $15,232.34, which was ac
In the matter of the estate of A. J.
Rountree, deceased. J. J. Charlton,
administrator, submitted his final ac
count. Tuesday, February Gth, 1877,
appointed as the day for hearing the
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A B all -R oom S cene .—At one of
the parties in the country during the
holidays occurred a scene quite novel
A young lady conceived a dislike for a
young fellow for something he hail
done, and in a moment of anger in
sulted him. lie quietly took it all at
the time, but when a good opportunity
presented itself he revenged himself
f»V gently cutting ofT the ribbon that
ornamented her “pull-back.” She did
not miss her loss for some time, but,
when it was discovered, she immedi
ately surmised what had become of it.
Accordingly, when her tormentor’s
back was turned, she advanced with a
sharp knife and, cutting down the
seams of his coat, detached the tail of
it. Nothing daunted, and with the
greatest of nonchalance, he offered her
the liulawe of the coat, but she de
clined. The parly broke up shortly
alterward, and hostilities were thus
suspended fur the time being.
KIHK POINT 1TEMN.
CITY NEXTOTN REPORT.
“Mirk” Uolvig, manager of the W.
The following is the City Sexton’s
U. T. Co. st Puyallup, W. T., has been report for the year 1876:
County scrip taken at par.
spending the holidays with us.
February 4th—George W. Marshall;
Schools in full blast again.
The dramatic entertainment, given ' aged 46 years ; disease, consumption ;
R»‘ad the new advertisements.
by the young people on the evening of buried in Town Cemetery.
Our Lake county visitors have about the 25th, was an immense success.
February 19th—Andreas Hauser;
all left us.
The house was literally packed with aged 60 years, 2 months and 22 days;
putrid sore throat; in U. O. R. M.
Win. Bybee returned from Califor both young and old.
nia this week.
The case of Thos. H. Fielder c . l Jo- Cemetery.
March 8th—Hulsey Bell Bay ; aged
Solomon, civil action to recover
The weather is fine for stock men seoh
money, was tried before a jury in 4 years, 3 months and 16 days ; scar
but bad for the miners.
latina ; in Town Cemetery.
J. 8. Howard is selling at very low Squire Hayes’ Court on the 23d ult.
March 22d—Hora A. Grey ; aged 70
Verdict in favor of plaintiff.
rates. Give him a call.
Miss Lottie Ganiard, of Sam’s Val years ; debility ; in Masonic Cemetery.
Correspondence from all portions of
April 5th—Katrina Deneff; aged 52
ley, has been quite sick during the
Southern Oregon solicited.
years; hemorrhage of kidneys; in
There is some talk of a concert to past week with diptheria. She is now Town Cemetery.
take place at no distant day.
April 6th—Louisa Metzker ; aged
reported in the neighborhood.
22 years, 5 months and 18 days ; con
There promisee to be a large attem’-
sumption ; in Town Cemetery.
ance at the mass meeting on Monday
April 28th—Margaret E. Wright;
It was largely attended by the efife of aged 3 years and 1 month ; scarlatina ;
Chas. Winters has sold his ranch Rock Point society, and was altogether
near this place to John Margreiter for the most enjoyable gathering of the in Town Cemetery.
Juno 4th—N. C. Dean ; aged 58
years, 3 months and 21 days; lung
It is next thing to impossible to get
Autumn, the beautiful Indian girl, fever ; in Town Cemetery.
either gold notes or greenbacks in
| seems to have won the heart of tyrant
August 30th—Frederick Pflugh ;
i Winter, and has persuaded him to ab aged 41 years, 10 months and 10 days;
II. Kelly, Esq., has returned from a dicate in her favor; at least, the hoary-
visit to his mining claims on Cayote headed “ruler of the inverted year” remittent fever; in Town Cemetery.
September 4th—Marian Currey ;
appears to be loitering on his way aged 1 year, 5 months and 3 days ;
The holidays are over, and all will longer than usual.
chronic dysentery ; in Town Cemetery.
agree with us in saying that they I Mrs. F. G. Birdsey showed the
October 1st—Henry Whitzel, aged
passed off pleasantly.
writer a fossil remain,,which is much 73 years ; cancer of stomach ; in Ma
Commence the New Year by paying , of a curiosity. It is the front part of sonic Cemetery.
for your paper, as printers need money I a woolen sock-foot which, becoming
November 29th—Henry C. Staser ;
as well as other folks.
i filled with sediment, has turned into a aged 36 years, 9 months and 13 days ;
A grand ball by one of our promi I hard stone. Every thread of the orig consumption ; in I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
nent benevolent societies is promised inal fabric is plainly discernible. It
Three Chinamen were also interred,
us sometime next month.
was taken out of the Foot’s creek making a total of fifteen interments
in the different Cemeteries. This is
Rev. W. Hurlburt will hold divine mines.
While at work on the old Deskin by far the lightest mortality of any
services at the M. E. Church next Sun
ranch, opposite Rock Point, the writer year for 13 years past.
day morning and evening.
R. S. D unlap , Sexton.
George W. Fletcher, formerly of this found a rare and curious fossil. It is a
section, was married to Miss Nellie : biscuit turned to stone, and yet so per-
D iptheria and its C ure .—This
Blachley in Eugene City on December ■ feet in every particular as to plainly
show the finger prints of tho cook. terrible disease among children, which
has been prevailing for some time
“General” Taylor, Deputy Sheriff of Some, who have seen it, say it was past in the Willamette, we learn, has
Josephine county, was in town this made by a gentleman now living in made its appearance in this and Joseph
week. He is in a tine state of preser Oakland, Cal., in early times, and ine counties. Many remedies have
when he was leading tho happy life of
a bachelor on the ranch. I contem been suggested, but the following is
David Phipps, an old resident of
plate donating it to the Pioneer So recommended as one of the simplest
this section, died at the residence of
and most effective: A small quantity
ciety, as a relic.
his son, I. J. Phipps, on the afternoon
of either sulphate of iron, tannin, or
of the 4th.
Lithe C'ouuty Itenti*.
chlorate of potash, put upon the tongue
Jacob Ish, who recently purchased
Times at the county seat are quiet and allowed to dissolve there, once in
Geo II. Lynch’s saw mill on Wagner since the last shooting affray.
every hour, have all been found to be
most efficient remedies in early stages of
creek, is alsmt commencing to run it
The weather is fine indeed out here diphtheria.
This disease appears under
himself, we learn.
—almost like Summer. Snow is to be three varieties or forms. First, there is a
The Commissioners’ Court was in seen only on high mountain tops.
fever, severe pains in the back, bones and
and very great prostration. There
session this week. Considerable busi
Stock of all kinds are in excellent limbs,
no soreness of the throat, but on ex
ness was transacted, a re|x>rt of which condition. Having just returned from
amining it small white specks will be no
will be published next week.
a trip to Silver Lake, I find stock men ticed on the tonsils, but few or none on the
rest of the throat. These cases will recover
Grain being a little scarce last year, generally feeling buoyant.
any and every variety of treatment
not as many hogs have been fattened
The Democrats in Lake county do i in four to six days. The great but false
as usual, and less will consequently be most heartily endorse the action of reputation of many remedies and physicians
manufactured into ham and bacon.
Governor Grover and Secretary Chad is based upon tho necessarily favorable
Old 1876 stepped down and out on wick, in giving a certificate to Mr. results of these cases. Second, large patches
of false membrane will be observed, both
Sunday night, and 1877 was ushered Cronin. All hail the action as right, on the tonsils and back of the throat; but
in with a grand wake and serenade by j true and brave.
the glands of the neck do not become swoll
The majority of these cases will also
Gideon’s band, which made “Rome
Married—At the residence of Mrs.
recover under very simple treatment, unless
i Renfro, December 14th, by Judge tho disease extends down tho windpipe,
A. W. Sturges and John Newcomb Mason, John Stanley and Miss Ser- which it rarely does. Third, true malignant
wrestled for $20 a si«le at Kubli & ! repta Renfro. Also, at the residence <Upi itheria, with swelling of tho glands of
Bolt’s store, on Applegate, the other ; of G. C. Duncan, (Silver Lake) Decern* the neck and under the jaw; profuse and of
ten offensive exudations in the mouth and
day. Newcomb won after a severe ; ber 17th, by Judge Mason, Walter A. throat; moro or less discharge from tho nos
Brown and Miss Elzora Hill.
trils. Chlorate of potash is a disinfectant
well as a curative remedy, and, if given
Lakeview is improving ; but it will
The New Year’s party given by the
pure and dry upon the tongue, every hour,
Jacksonville Social Club last Monday most likely be some time l>efore she night and «lay, will rarely disappoint tho
evening was much of a success. About will have anything but a temporary practitioner. A small dose every night
seventy tickets were sold. A fine time Court House, as our revenues will not may act as a preventive remedy. Some
tannin may be given moro readily
justify much expenditure in that way, times
than tho chlorate of potash. The sulphate
W. F. Herrin, Esq , of San Francis and, believing as the people do, that of iron is rather more irritant, and must
co, was on a flying visit to this section it is the worst policy to plunge a coun be given in sniallor quantities. Tho main
points in the use of these remedies are to
la«t week, ne is attending to a will ty in debt.
give them dry upon the tongue, and fre
quently and regularly, both by night and
case up in the District Court at Yreka,
Lake County, Dec. 23, 1876.
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O fficial C rookedness .—A corre
I f you want photographs of superior
H. K. Hanna, E-q., Sol. Sachs and
A. W. Sturges started for Portland on quality and finish taken, bear in spondent, writing from Lakeview,
Tuesday, to bo in attendance on the mind that Abell & Welsh have put up says :
It may lie of some interest to the readers
Sturges bankruptcy case, which comes I a building on the corner of California
the T imes to know the reason Democratic
up in Judge Deady’sCourt this month. street, opposite Wells, Fargo & Co.’s tickets
were not received in Crooked creek
precinct until after election. Tho tickets
W. V. Smith, the champion long
sent to Gus. Colvin, but he left for Red
distance rider, will probably visit this
Cal., a few days beforo election.
section ere long. He will attempt to ture« a «pecialty. All negatives fine However, he left instructions with the Post
ride 50 miles at Yreka, on the 8th, in ly retouched. Cabinet and card pho master to deliver his mail to Wm. Patton.
two hours and eight minutes, using tographs highly burnished, giving a This the Postmaster did not do, but was
to say to his wife, when opening the
ten California saddle horses, and will beautiful gloss. Don’t forget for a heard
therearothe Democratic tickets; they
change animals each and every mile. short time only. Messrs. Abell A will not get them until after eloetion and
Welsh come to our town well recom so it proved. Alas ! where is honesty; shall
School Superintendent Farlow was
we despair of finding it among Republi
mended by the press where they have can
in town Saturday and held a public ex
l»ten, and the public may expect and
amination of applicants for teacher’s
L iterary S ociety .—At a regular
will receive the best work ever exe
certificates. Ouly two applicants pre
cuted in Jacksonville. Give them an meeting of the Jacksonville Literary
sented themselves—Henry Shidler and
early call and prove the truth of this Society, held on Friday evening, De
Mr. Hollaway, who were awarded cer
cember 29th, the following officers were
notice. Gallery open every day. *
tificates, the latter receiving his on the
elected : Chas. L. Mosher, President;
evidence of one given by Superintend
I nstallation of O fficers .—At a Miss Mary Bilger, Vice President;
ent Thatcher of Lake county.
special meeting of Ruth Rebekah De MisS Sophie Nickell, Secretary ; Miss
Next Monday (the 8lh) is the anni gree Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F., held on Eliza Langell, Treasurer ; Frank Kass-
versary of the battle of New Orleans, the evening of the 2d inst., John A. hafer, Librarian ; J. R. Baldwin, Cen-
at which Gen. Jackson so completely Boyer, D. D. G. M., installed the fol- gor; Raymond Farmer, Janitor.
demoralized English pretensions to lowing officers for the ensuing term :
T he fog, which quite frequently
ward the possession of America. It is John Miller, N. G.; Mary Miller, V.
h ings over us, seems to prevail only in
also appropriately appointed as the G.; Rachel Fisher, Rec. Secretary;
portions of the valley.
time when the |>eople of the United I Frances Luy, Treasurer ; Fred. Luy,
B eautify the complexion, and remove
States will meet in mass meeting and Financial Secretary; S. J. Kubli, R.
pimples, spots, burns, scalds, stings,
protest against Federal usurpation and 8. N. G.; Kato McDaniel, L S. N. G.; chapped lips, prickly heat ami all irritation
the outrages being practiced upon them Kaspar Kubli, R. 8. V. G.; N. Fisher, of llie skin by using (ilcun'.s Sulphur Soup.
In cases of Gout ami Rheumatism it is also
i Con.; Veit Schutz, I. G.
by official hirelings.
B usiness N otice .—We contem
plate making substantial improve
ments on the T imes in a few months,
Odd Feltown’ Building, Jtektonville, Orrgei,
Itoth in size and typographical appear
ance. This will necessitate an out
DEALER & WORKER IM
lay of a considerable amount of money,
and we therefore call on those indebt
ed to come forward and settle imme TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, et«.
diately, thus assisting us in our pro
ject and benefiting themselves besides.
G erman R ed M en .—At a regular
meeting of Jacksonville Stamm 148, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
U. O. R. M., held on the evening of
the 4th, the following officers were
elected: E. Jacobs, O. Ch.; Newman
Fisher, U. Ch.; J. Meyer, B. Ch.; V.
Schutz, Treasurer ; Max Muller, Sec A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF 8TOVE8
retary; Herman v. Helms, G. S.; New
man Fisher and Simon Caro, Trustees.
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A H ealthy Y ear .—As will be seen
by the report of our City Sexton, R. POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
S. Dunlap, the mortality for the year
1876 was the least since he took charge
Fuse and Caps,
of the Cemetery, thirteen years ago.
Only fifteen burials were made, which
speaks very well for the health of this Wooden and Willow Ware
section. May it ever be thus.
DAVIS—SMITH—At the residence of Eber
Emery, Little Butte creek, December 28,
1876, bv Elder Martin Peterson, James F.
Davis an«I Miss Lulie T. Smith—all of
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS1
PHIPPS—On Bear Creek, January 4th, Da Shot,
vid Phipps, aged 61 years and eight
Brushes, Chains and Hose,
I have secured the sorvices of a First-class
Notice of Final Settlement
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Jackson, sitting in pro ing promptly and in sujierior style.
bate December 13, 1876.
In the matter ot the estate of A. W. Jones,
M. MILLER, ADMINISTRATOR OF
said estate, having tiled in said Court
TN. CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
his final account for settlement, and also
praying for an order for setting the time for 1 I am receiving and have constantly on
nearing the same, therefore notice is hereby hand a full and tirst-elass stock of
given that said final account will be heard
and determined in said Court on Tuesday,
February 6, 1877, at 10 o’clock a . m ., at
which time ail persons having any objec
tions to said final account and settlement DRY GOODS, Gum Boot«, TOBACCO,
must then and there make the same.
Published in the D emocratic T imes for
four consecutive weeks by order «it Hon.
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc
S. J. Dav, County Judge.
E. I). FOUDRAY, Clerk.
Everything sold at redsonable rates.
Give me a call.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
order of sale duly issue«l out of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for Jackson
county, on the 11th «lay of December, 1876, THE SODA SPRINGS!
and to me directed and delivered, in favor
ot J. B. White A Alexander Marlin and
James T. Glenn, and against Edwin Mor
gan and Lucretia Morgan, for the recovery
ot the sum of «even hundred and seventy-
five an«l ninety-eight hundredths dollars, in
U. S. gold coin, and interest at one per cent.
|»er month, and the further sum of $33.10
as attorney fees, together with the costs and
accruing costs, I have levieii u|s>n and will
offer for sale for cash, in U. S. gold coin, at
public auction to the highest bidder, at the
Court House door in Jacksonville, Jackson
county, Oregon, on
'Wednesday, Jan. 31, 18*77,
at one o'clock r. m ., of sai«I day, the follow
ing described real property, to-wit :
The east halt of the north-east quarter of
sec ion 31, and the west half of the north
west «piaiter of section 32, in township 35,
south of range, two west, situate«! in Jack-
son county, Or«>g<m, containing ltM) acres,
ami levied upon as the real projiertv of tho
alsivo named defemlan s, Edwin Morgan
and Lucretia Morgan, to satisfy the above
J. W. M anning ,
Sheriff of Jackson county, Oregon.
Jacksonville, Ihwenilier 30, 1876.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND
order ot sale duly issue«! «mt of the Circuit
Court of the State ot Oregon, for the County
of Jackson, on the 9th day of l>eceml>er, A.
D. 1876, and to me directed and delivered,
in favor of James T. Glenn and Alexander
Martin and against John W. McKay and
Sarah A. McKay, for the recovery of the
sum of nine hundred and twenty-four and
forty-two hundredths dollars, ($924.42) gold
coin, an«l interest at one per cent per month,
and the further Aum of ninety-one and nine
ty-eight hundre«ltlis dollars, ($91.98) as at
torney’s fees, together with the costs and
accruing costs, I have lovied upon and will
offer for sale for cash, in U. S. gold coin, at
public auction to the highest bidder, at the
Court House door in Jacksonville, Jackson
county, Oregon, on
Wednesday, January, 31,-1877,
AND MARBLE WORKS.
Ho ! Unto All Who Thirst!
COME YE UNTO
THE SODA SPRINGS!
AND DRINK WITHOUT
Money and Without Price !
UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW KEEP-
ing the Soda Springs House, and having
repaired and refitted the same are now pre
pared to accommodate all that may favor us
with a call. Prices to suit these hard time«.
THE MARBLE BUSINESS
Will still be a specialty. All orders in thia
line promptly tilied in the best manner and
at reasonable rates.
Address, as usual,
J. II. A A. H. RUSSELL, Ashland
I n M asonic B uilding , O regon S t .,
at two o’clock p. M. of sai«l day, the follow
ing «les«‘,ribe«l real projierty to-wit:
Donation claim number 63, being part of
section 32, in township 36, south of range, 2
west, and «lescribe«! s.s follows: Beginning
ata point 18 Chains and 25 links east and
4 chains and 50 links north from the one-
fourth section post on the south boundary
«>f said section 32, and running theuce north
44 chains and 8 links ; thence west 36 chains
and 48 links; thence south 44 chains, an«l
thence east 36 chains and 40 links, to the
place of lieginning, situated in Jackson
county, State of Oregon, containing 160.48
acres, and levied upon as the real property
of the above named defendants, John W.
McKay and Sarah A. McKay, to satisfy the
above named exocution.
J. W. M anning ,
Sheriff of J&ckson county, Oregon.
. Jacksonville, Dec. 30. 1876.
of every description, such as wedding cakes,
cakes for parties, wine cakes; also brown
and rye bread, ginger snaps and crackers.
Takes orders on exchange. Prices reasona
ble and satisfaction guaranteed.
Fresh bread everv dav.
W m .' KREUZER.
THE ASHLAND IRON WORKS,
he undersigned hereby de -
to announce to the public that he
T is sires
now prepared to till all orders for cakes
W. J. ZIMMERMAN & CO., Prop’».
OUR MERCHANTS AKESELL-
out at cost ami freight, wc are rea«ly
A S to ing ALL
do blacksmithing at cost an«! freight, but
must have the cash when the work is com
pleted. Shop on the corner of California
IfANUFACTURE AND BUILD ALL
SHANNON A BIRDSEY.
1VL kinds <»f mill an«l mining machinery,
castings, thimble skeins, ami irons, brass
castings and Babbitt metal. B«>lls cast. TAX-PAYERS’ NOTICE !
Farming machinery, engines, house fronts,
stoves, sewing machines, blacksmith-work,
otice is hereby given that i
and all work wherein iron, steel or brass is
will be at my office for thirty <iavs
used, repaired. Parties desiring anything
' from the date hereof for the purpose of re
in our line will do well to give us a call be ceiving taxes. A prompt response from
fore going elsewhere. , All work done with tax-payers is desired. Mileage will be ad
neatness and dispatch at reasonable rates.
ded ufier that date.
jaff“ Bring on your old cast iron.
J. W. MANNING,
ZIMMERMAN A CO.
Sheriff and Tax-Collector of Jackson County.
Ashland. April 8, 1876.
Jacksonville, Dec. 21, 1876.
O you want protection ? Buy a Pistol or
EW Guns made to order and repairing
Knife, or both, of JOHN MILLER.
projierly done by JOHN MILLER.