The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, January 20, 1877, Image 3

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    LOC AL BREVITIES.
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COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Billy Carll is in town.
JANUARY TERM.
..JANUARY
20,
1877.
SATURDAY,.
Officers present—Hon. Silas J. Day,
Hunting is popular now.
Judge ; Samuel Furry and Abram Mil­
County scrip taken at par.
P robate C ourt .—In this Court, on
A little more snow Thursday night. ler, Jr., Commissioners ; E. D. Fou­
the IGth, Jacob Wagner was appointed
dray, Clerk ; J. W. Manning, Sheriff.
B. F. Dowell has returned from Sa­
executor of the estate of David Phipps,
The annual reports of M. D. Sturges,
lem.
deceased.
Supervisor, of District No. 20 ; John
II. K. Hanna and Sol. Sachs have Brown, Supervisor of District No. 11 ;
R. A. M. —We have been requested returned from Portland.
Andrew S. Moon, Supervisor of Dis­
to announce that all the members of
Joo Hyzer does the Jacksonville trict No. 14 ; Uriah Gordon, Supervi­
the above organization in Jackson
items for our Ashland cotemporary.
sor of District No. 36 ; B. F. Wade,
county will meet at Odd Fellows’ Hall,
Ixtcal items of all kinds, from every Supervisor of District No. 26 ; Wm.
in Jacksonville, to-day, at two o’clock
p. m . Business of importance will portion of Southern Oregon, solicited. Pernoll, Supervisor of District No. 19 ;
The Dardanelles house and farm is Arthur Wilson, Supervisor of District
come up.
offered for rent. See advertisement. No. 5 ; James P. Woodson, Supervi­
(’ ask D ecided and A ppeal T ak ­
sor of District No. 2 ; Wm. Harper,
The Wilton Troupe is not doing ex­
en .—In the case of Geo. A. Webb, as­
Supervisor of District No. 13 ; Levi
signee of the estate of A. W. Sturges, tremely well through the Willamette. Tinkham, Supervisor of District No.
More rain and snow during the past 16 ; J. P. True, Supervisor of District
vs. Sachs Bros , tried in Judge Deady’s
Vourt last week, a judgment was given week, but not enough to do any good. No. 4 ; Wm. Taylor, Supervisor of
for plaintiff in the sum of $2,248. The
We always send statements of sub­ District No. 31 ; John P. Walker Su­
defendants have appealed.
scription account at the expiration of pervisor of District No. 1 ; Thos. Mc­
the year.
Andrews, Supervisor of District No.
D eath .—Rev. Father Farley, for­
The type, press and other fixtures of 15 ; Chris. Kretzer, Supervisor of Dis­
merly Catholic pastor of Yreka, died
at Marysville, Cal., on January 17th. the Sentinel office, will be sold at Sher­ trict No. 21 ; Wiley Parker, Supervi­
sor of District No. 23, were examined
He was in his 42d year, and was much iff’s sale to-day.
J. II. Penn has purchased of L. B. and accepted.
esteemed in this community, where
Now comes J. W. Manning and files
he was well known, having preached Hall his place on Jackson creek, pay­
his bond as Tax-Collector of Jackson
here quite often. .May his soul rest in ing $100 therefor.
peace.
Dr. Jackson will make a professional county, with John Bolt, John O’Brien,
Thos. Chavner, M. Mensor and R. V.
I nstallation of O fficers .—At a visit to Ashland next week. He will Beall as sureties.
special meeting of Kerbyville Lodge be gone some time.
The report of Orson Gilbert, Super­
County Clerk Foudray is receiving
No. 55, held on January 5lh, John A.
visor of District No. 30, was exaraiued,
Boyer, D. 1). G. M., installed the fol­ the bound laws passed at the last ses­ and it w’as ordered that the same be
lowing officers : T. F. Floyd, N. G.; sion of the Legislature.
not accepted and be returned to said
T. G. Patterson, V. G.; John Taylor, i Paymaster Canby passed through Supervisor, and that he be instructed
R. S. ; Daniel Hunt, T.; T. Iatey, R. town last week for Fort Klamath, to to finish up road work, or show cause
S. N. G.; James Spence, L. S. N. G. ; pay off the troops there.
why he has not had said labor per­
M. Ryder, Con.; Chas. Anderson, W.
Frank Ennis, of Galice creek, was in formed.
The viewers appointed to view out
P. of H. I nstallation .—At a reg­ town this week. He reports water as
and locate a county road commencing
ular meeting of Harmony Point Grange rather scarce this Winter.
Rev. J. R. N. Bell will hold relig­ on the Yankee creek road and run­
No. 137, I*, of IL, held on Saturday,
January 13, 1877, the following officers ious services at the M. E. Church to- ning to Worlow’s mill, submitted their
'report, announcing that they had per­
were installed for the ensuing year : morrow morning and evening.
Thos. Wright, W. M.; T. Cook, O.; I Cayotes are said to lie making sad formed their duty, and recommended
Mrs. E. Wright, L.; A. Barnaburg, S.; havoc among some sheep-folds iu dif- that said road be adopted as a couuty
road.
S. Cook, A. S.; J. F. Kellogg, C.; Mrs. ferent portious of the county.
Mrs. Mary C. Simpson having filed
J. Tupper, Treasurer ; W. H. Penin-
Ashland has an ordinance against
ger, Secretary; John McKay, G. K.; shooting in her town limits, which is a petition asserting that said road
would pass through her land and dam­
Mrs. S. McKay, C.; Mrs. D. Peninger, causing ye nimrods some trouble.
age the same to the extent of $300,
Pomona; Miss Cherry Dean, F.; Mrs.
Frank McCain has l>een appointed a James A. Cardwell, A. M. Berry and R
V. 8. Ralls, L. A. S.
student in the State University by the S. Dunlap were appointed as viewers
R oad S upervisor «.—The following Commissioners’ Court of this county. to assess said damages.
Road Supervisors were appointed for
Prof. Willits has organized a singing
In the matter of the change of the
the ensuing year by the Couuty Com- school at Manzanita, holding semi­ county road leading from the Thomas
luisssioners at their January session : weekly sessions. He has about thirty saw mill through the lands of Joel Dix­
John Cantrell, District No. 20; M. A. pupils.
on and Milo Caton, beginning near the
llueston, District No. 2G; C. F. Blake,
Several pieces of real estate wRl be 25-mile post and running in a south­
District No. 1; James P. Woodson, sold at public outcry next week. For west course through Dixon and Caton’s
District No. 2; Granville Naylor, Dis­ particulars, read the Sheriffs sales else­ lands, and intersecting the county road
trict No. 4; Jacob I-h, District No. 5; where.
at or near the 2G-mile post. Daniel
J. W. Baker, District No. 10; Siias
Ashland wants a public library, and Hodges, M. D. Childers and Taos. Bick-
Draper, District No. 11; John Woods, the citizens of that place were to have more appointed viewers ; J. S. How­
District No. 13; John Cardwell, District a meeting last Tuesday to put the mat­ ard, Surveyor.
No. 14; A. F. Randall, District No. 15; ter under way.
It was ordered that Supervisors of
Peter Simon, District No. 1G; C. D.
county roads be informed that in their
Reed, District No. 25; Wiley Parker, I In the case of B. F. Dowell vs. W. annual report for settlement with this
District No. 23; John O’Brien, District C. Griswold it al, the defendants were Court the Supervisor will not be al­
No. 19; 11. P. Deski us, District No. 3G; given until the first Monday in Feb­ lowed more than one day for each five
ruary to tile brief.
Wm. Taylor, District No. 31;
days’ aggregated labor assessed to be
A patent for their mineral and placer
S c hool T axes .—Deputy Clerk Kent mine on Cayote creek was recently is­ performed and performed in his Dis­
has about finished the assessment ol sued through the Roseburg Land Of­ trict.
In the matter of the application of
the District, and school taxes are now fice to O. Jacobs <fc Co.
F. D. McCain, to be admitted as a stu­
due. The School Directors met as a
Rev. Father Blanchett has returned dent in the State University. It ap­
Board of Equalization last week, pass­
from a trip to Josephine, and there pearing that said McCain is a resident
ing on the assessment roll as present­
will be sei vices at the Catholic Church of this county, and lawfully entitled
ed by the Clerk. A considerable in-
next Sunday, as usual.
to admission, he is appointed as a
crease was made, but even now’, (in­
Wm.
Bybee
has
gone
to
Galice
creek
scholar and authorized to apply for ad­
cluding the $8o0 this District will re­
to
look
after
his
mining
interests.
He
mission.
ceive from the School Fund,) the sum
has
lately
ordered
a
lot
of
hydraulic
E. D. Foudray was authorized to
necessary to pay for building the addi­
pipe
for
bis
placer
diggings
there.
procure a cook stove for the hospital.
tion and keep the school running will
We have received Peterson’s coun­
somewhat exceed the amount liable to
L and P atents .—The following
be raised under the present tax levy. terfeit bank note detector, which is not homestead patents have been received
And the deficit would have been still very useful here where gold and silver at the Roseburg U. S. Land Office:
greater, had not the Directors taken constitute the prevailing currency.
W. Potter, O. Sebring, J. F. Garrison,
Look out for counterfeit halves.
great interest in the matter and ex­
M. W. Dunlap, L. C. Garvey, S. Klin­
erted themselves in making the tax as They are generally new in appearance, gle, F. F. Downing, J. Douden, R.
fi^l and equal as possible.
sound well, but bend rather easily, and
Phillips, M. S. Perry, T. G. Dews, J.
are said to have glass inside of them. Dodge, H. M. Rogers, Volney Colvig,
D eath of R. B. H argadine .—
Our fellow townsman, K. Kubli, has W. B. Grubbe, G. W. Fordyce, F. M.
are pained to hear of the death of this
gentleman, long a prominent citizen of concluded not to “pass in his checks” as Smith, B. F. Hamilton, A. Bish, W.
Jackson county. A dispatch from San yet, but still lives tosejl hardware, tin­ E. Morrison, S. B. Hull, G. Grow, E.
Francisco announces his death on the ware, etc., at “demnition” low prices. C. Cappell, 8. Daniel, F. H. Mitchell,
The judgment held against J. W. J. R. 8atterfield, B. Elmore, J. S.
13th. Mr. Hargadine was an old resi­
dent of this section, having arrived McKay and wife by James T. Glenn Grigsby, F. Wertze, J. M. Taylor,
here in an early day, when this was and Alex. Martin, has been satisfied, Jackson ; T. L. Knox, E. Payne, H.
but a wilderness. As far back as 1854 and the Sheriff’s sale of real estate in Sparling, A. L. Waldon, L. N. Brown­
he kept a store near the place where that case will not occur.
ing, J. Jordan, T. Farris, W. W. Fid­
Lindsey Applegate’s house now stands,
An appeal has been taken by the ler, H. W. Cooper, Dr. Miller, L. Mil­
and has resided at Ashland ever since. defendants in the case of B. F. Dowell ler, H. York, P. Barkhatter, L Cox,
Through indomitable enterprise and vs. W. C. Griswold and James A. C. Long, Josephine.
energy he amassed a large fortune, to­ Cardwell, wherein the plaintiff got a
D oesn ’ t K now A nything . — As
day paying taxes ou more property judgment for several hundred dollars.
we predicted, our telegraph operator
here than any other person in the
A Lake county correspondent says : didn’t know anything in particular
county. Some lime ago he was se­ “Some of our young fellows have re­
riously affected by sunstroke, since turned from Ashland. They say it is about the Oregon Electoral matter.
Upon being called on the 15th, Mr.
when he ha« been ailing. Ho went to a fact that the girls there are prettier
Turner certified that the parties tele­
S.tn Francisco for medical treatment and more of ’em than any other place graphing the $8,000 from New York
several weeks back, and it was sup- except Jacksonville, which is ahead.”
to Oregon had told the committee all
posed he was recovering. But grim
As soon as the weather will permit, and more than he (witness) knew in
Death had claimed him for his own,
relation to that transaction. He stated
and he succutubed to the powers that the Jacksonville Base Ball Club will
go into active practice for the season. furtherthat he knew nothing in rela­
l>e. In his death, Jackson county loses
The club will be regularly organized, tion to $17,000 being sent from New
an enterprising citizen and the coin-
and have both a rattling first and sec­ York to Oregon.
jnunity an upright and respected man.
ond nine. Last year was the first time
He leaves a wife and several children
W hf . n Impurities in tho the blood are
this place figured in base-ball, and determined
to the surface in the form of
to mourn bis untimely decease. His
blotches,
dry
exfoliations, rashes, etc., the
laxly lias been sent to Ashland for it earned quite a reputation as having safest and most ex[>editious remedy is
several good players.
(jlenn's Sulphur Soap,
burial. I’catx* io bis aohea
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K. KUBLI,
B oard of T rustees .—The Board
of Trustees met in regular session on
Tuesday evening, January 16th. All
hid Fellows' Building, Jacksonville, Oregon,
the members present, and President
Fisher presiding.
E. R. REAMES.
DEALER & WORKER IN
A report was made to the Board by T. G. REAMES.
the Finance Committee, stating that
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc.
they had made an examination of the
Treasurer’s account, together with the
(Successors to White & Martin,)
Recorder’s, for the previous fiscal year,
Pumps,
DEALERS IN
and found all correct. The report was
accepted.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
The Town Treasurer reported a bal­
ance in the treasury of $358 currency
CALIFORNIA STREET,
and $29.50 coin.
NAILS,
R. 8. Dunlap, Sexton, presented his JACKSONVILLE.
OREGON.
third quarterly report, which was read
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
and ordered on file.
The following bills were presented :
HARDWARE, TINWARE,
David Linn, furnishing posts for Cem­
etery, $8.12 ; Marshal’s bill for can­
he undersigned take pleas - POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
dles, $1. The bills were referred.
ure in informing the public that they
The Finance Committee was directed
have just received and opened an entire
Fuse and Caps,
to examine and report all vacant land fresh stock of
belonging to the town, lying south of
block 55.
Wooden and Willow Ware
An order was made requiring the Re­
FANCY GOODS,
corder to make out the annual state­
ROPE, NAILS,
ment of the receipts and expenses of
HATS, BOOTS Ac SHOES,
the town one month before the annual
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PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS’
election.
CLOTHING, Etc., Etc.,
The Board then adjourned.
REAMES BROS.,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
ATTENTION !
T
FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS,
I. O. O. F. I nstallation .—At a
regular meeting of Ashland Lodge No.
45, held on Saturday, January 13th,
John A. Boyer, D. D. G. M., installed
the foilowing officers for the ensuing
term: H. S. Emery, N. G.; J. D.
Fountain, V. G ; I. O. Miller, R. S.;
R. Nell, T.; W. W. Kentnor, R. S. N.
G.; W. T. Leeke, L. S. N. G.; M. H.
Drake, R. 8. V. G.; W. Beeson, L. S.
V. G.; T. O. Andrews, W.; A. D. Hel­
man, I. G.; W. Flowers, L. S. S.
A ggravate H im .—The mass meet­
ings at Jacksonville and Linkville on
the 8th rutile the equanimity of Bro.
Nixon, of the Yreka Journal, and he
makes some ridiculous assertions in
relation thereto. We can’t blame him,
however, as there are many of his
kind in the same boat.
Go and examine the pictures made
by Abell & Welsh. They will bear
elose inspection. These gentlemen
make a specialty of photographing ba­
bies. Nothing is neater for a young
child than white cabinet photographs.
They are all the rage. Get some. *
S chool
tax
In SACHS’ Brick Building, well known as
CUTLERY, WIRE,
"THE TEMPLE OF FASHION."
Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hose,
These goods were all purchased by a
member of our firm from FIRST-CLASS
HOUSES in San Francisco, and we will
warrant every article and sell them as cheap
for cash as any house iu the county.
We call the
ETC., ETC.
ATTENTION OF THE LADIES
to the fact that we have the largest assort­
ment of FANCY GOODS of every descrip­
tion now on hand, and we will henceforth
make this line of goods our specialty and
sell them at
Prices to Suit the Times.
I have secured the services of a First-class
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all reftair-
ing promptly and in superior style.
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
1 I am receiving and have constantly on
hand a full and iirst-class stock of
We also keep on hand a full stock of
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
NAILS,
DRY GOODS, Gum Boots, TOBACCO,
Ready-Made Clothing,
GLASSWARE,
CROCKERY, CUTLERY,
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc
And very many other articles too numerous
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
to mention.
K. KUBLI.
T.-HT' Give us a call and judge for yourself Give me a call.
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
as to our capacity to furnish goods as above.
REAMES BROS.
THE
SODA
SPRINGS!
due.
LE( I AL ADVERTISEMENTS.
rjirThe National Gold Medal was awarded
to Bradley A Rulofson lor the best Photo­
graphs in the United States, and the Vienna
Notice of Final Settlement
Medal for the best in the world. 429 Mont­
gomery street, San Francisco.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
lor the County of Jackson, sitting in pro­
MARRIED.____________
bate December 29, 1876.
In
the matter of the estate of A. J. Rountree,
COLCLOIGH—LITTIKEN—At the resi­
.deceased.
dence of the bride’s mother, January 8,
J. CHARLTON, ADMINISTRATOR
1877, by Rev. A. C. Howlett, James W.
. of said estate, having filed in said Court
Colelough an<l Miss Louiza Littiken.
NILES—HELMAN—In Ashland, January his final account for settlement, and also
17, 1876, at the residence of the bride’s fath­ Itraying for an order for setting the time tor
er, bv Bev. J. R. N. Bell, J. E. Niles, of tearing the same, therefore notice is hereby
Henley, Cal., and Mias Mary E. Helman. given that said final account will be heart
and determined in said Court on Tuesday,
February 6, 1877, at 10 o’clock a . m ., at
BORN.
which time all persons having any objec­
WAGNER—In Ashland, January Öth, to the tions to said final account and settlement
must then and there make the same.
wife of Jacob Wagner, a daughter.
Published by order of Hon. S. J. Day,
County Judge.
E. I). FOUDRAY, Clerk.
J
Notice of Final Settlement
Ho ! Unto All Who Thirst !
COME YE UNTO
THE SODA SPRINGS!
AND DRINK WITHOUT
Money and Without Price !
In tho County Court of the Stato of Oregon,
for the County of Jackson, sitting in pro­
HE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW KEEP-
bate Deceml»er 13, 1876.
ing the Soda Springs House, and having
repaired ana refitted the same are now pre­
In the matter of the estate of A. W. Jones,
pared to accommodate all that may favor ua
deceased.
M. MILLER, ADMINISTRATOR OF with a call. Prices to suit these hard times.
said estate, having filed in said Court
THE MARBLE BUSINESS
his final account for settlement, and also
praying for an order for setting the time for Will still be a specialty. All orders in thia
nearing the same, therefore notice is hereby line promptly filled in the best manner and
given that said final account will be heart! at reasonable rates.
Address, as usual,
and determined in said Court on Tuesday,
February 6, 1877, at 10 o’clock a . m ., at
J. II. A A. H. RUSSELL, Ashland
which time ail persons having any objec­
tions to said final account and settlement
NEW BAKERY,
must then and there make the same.
Published in the D emocratic T imes for I n M asonic B uilding , O regon S t .,
four consecutive weeks by order of Hon.
S. J. Day, County Judge.
JACKSONVILLE, OGN.
E. I). FOUDRAY, Clerk.
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A FINE STOCK & LOW PRICES
—AT—
J. S. HOWARD’S STORE.
Sheriff’s Sale.
HE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE-
sires to announce to the public that he
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND
is now prepared to fill all orders for cakes
order of sale duly issued out of the Cir­
cuit Court of the State of Oregon^ for the of every description, such as wedding cakes,
County of Jackson, on the Sth day of De­ takes for ¡»arties, wine cakes ; also brown
cember, 1876, and to me directed and deliv­ and rye bread, ginger snaps and crackers.
ered, in favor of James T. Glenn and against Takes orders on exchange. Prices reasona­
Jesse Gage and Diana Gage, for the recovery ble and satisfaction guaranteed.
Fresh bread overv dav.
of the sum of eight hundred and nineteen
W m . KREUZER.
and ninety-hundredths dollars, gold coin,
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and interest at the rate of ono per cent, per
month from the 24th day of November, GREAT SACRIFICE!
1876, and the further sum of eighty-one and
ninety-nine hundredths dollars, as attor­
ney’s fees, together with the costs and ac­
—IK—
cruing costs, I have levied upon and will
offer for sale at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in U.S. gold coin, at the
Court House door in Jacksonville, Jackson BLACKSMITHING!
county, Oregon, on
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Tuesday, January 23d, 1877,
at one o’clock p. M. of said day, the follow­
S ALLOUR MERCHANTS ARESELL-
ing described tract or pareel of land, to-wdt:
ing out at cost and freight, we are ready
The South-w’est quarter of the North-west
to
do blacksmithing at cost and freight, but
quarter of Section sixteen, and lots Nos. one
FLOURING MILL, ONE RUN OF and two in Section seventeen, Township thir­ must have the cash when the work is com­
burrs, good water power, favorably lo­ ty-seven, South of Range, one West, contain­ pleted. Shop on the comer of California
cated in Kerbyville. For particulars, ad ing
­ 92.62 acres, situated in Jackson county, and Main streets.
SHANNON A BIRDSEY.
State of Oregon, and levied upon as the real
dress
•!• B. SIFERS,
property
of
the
above
named
defendants,
Kerbyville, Josephine county, Oregon.
Jesse Gage and Diana Gage, to satisfy the TAX-PAYERS’ NOTICE!
AILS, Ropes, Carpenters' and Wagon- above named execution.
J. W. MANNING,
Makers’ Tools for sale bv
otice is hereby given that i
Sheriff
of
Jackson
county, Oregon.
JOHN MILLER.
will Ito at my office for thirty days
Jacksonville, Dec. 19, 1876.
from the date hereof for the purpose of re­
Odd per day at home. Samples
ceiving taxes. A prompt response from
$5 TO $4 V worth $1 free. S tinso Î &
AINTS (patents cr other,) Oils, Var­ tax-payers is desired. Mileage will be ad­
nishes, Sholac, Window Glass, Emery, ded atlier that date.
Co., Portland, Maine.
J. W. MANNING,
Borax, etc., for sale in endless quantities by
JOHN MILLER.
Sheriff and Tax-( ’ollector of Jackson County.
VERY description of Cutlery for sale
Jacksonville, Dec. 21, 1876.
cheap by
JOHN MILLER.
rt] Q A DAY at home. Agents wanted-
EW Guns made to order anti repairing
O you want protection ? Buy a Pistol or $14 Outfit and terms free. TRUE A CO.»
properly doue by JOHN MILLER.
Knife, or both, of JOHN MILLER.
Augusta, Maine.
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