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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1877)
«The il cm omitir uimes.
S. B. Cranston, Quincy A. Brooks,
Sykes Worden, Lieut. Hoyle and Mr.
Cook, of Lake county, arrived in town
last Saturday, but left for Portland the
following day. We understand they
go as witnesses in the case of the
United States versus the bondsmen of
Virgil S. Eggleston.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Bluegravel Hydraulic Gold Placer
Mining Company, held in Portland on
the 14th inst., the following directors
were elected : A. P. Ankeny, A. J.
Watson, Rufus Mallory, B. W. Griffin
and Vin Cook, who elected A. P. An
keny, President and Ed. F. Albright,
Secretary. The diggings of this Com
pany are situated on Galice creek.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
For the next sixty days we will sell
our Dry and Fancy Goods, Clothing,
Stages behind again.
FEBRUARY 24, 1877.
SA Tl’RDA Y,.
Hats and Shelf Hardware, at greatly
Quail abundant and fat.
R eligious M eetings .—Elder E.
reduced rates for cash only, to make
John A. Moon, of Lake county, is
T. O. REAMES.
K. R. REAMER
W. Barnes is holding a series of relig in town.
room for a large stock of Spring im
iousmeetings at Ashland, having com
portations. In order to do this as
BOYS’ and GIRLS’
menced yesterday. He will continue
quickly as possible, we have determined
over to-morrow. All are invited to phine Thursday.
(Successors to White A Marti»»)
to offer such inducements as were nev READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Jos. Swingle has something to say
er heard of before in a regular busi
—-—-- ♦—— — - —
in our advertising columns.
ness. Call and examine for yourselves.
H ome A gain .—Judge Prim, who
BOOTS and SHOES,
Ashland mourns the sudden de-
We throw out no baits.
has been in attendance on the Su
parture of one “Dr.” Brown.
R eames B ros .
preme Court at Salem since December
GROCERIES, BEDSTEADS <£ CHAIRS,
last, returned home on Monday. His
I mportant to F armers . — We
Honor was taken severely ill while
have made arrangements whereby we
there, but ha« fully recovered and is
are enabled to offer the American Ag
ass recently, picked up $120 in nuggets.
now in excellent health.
riculturist in connection with the
Alex. Martin will in a few days
T imes for $4.00, in advance. The Ag LIQUORS, TOBACCO and CIGARS,
Scii ooi. C en sus.—From the census
D iggings B ought .—Mr. Brown, riculturist is one of the leading agri
start for California with a band of fine
of this School District, just completed
agent of San Francisco capitalists, cultural journals of the United States,
bv Hon. Henry Klippel, Clerk, we
Rev. Father Blanchet left for Yreka who has been negotiating for the dig «nd its subscription price is $1.60
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEA8-
learn that there are 424 children be
ure in informing the public that they
this week. He will be absent for a gings on Althouse creek, Josephine alone. Now is the time to get both At E. Jacob's New Store,
have just received and opened an entire
tween the ages of four and twenty, of
county, spoken of in our last, has pur papers at reduced rates.
fresh stock of
which 206 are boys and 218 girls.
Orth’» Brick Building, Jacksonville.
Basil Derry, formerly of this place, chased them. They were owned by
The number last year was 387, an in
I mproving .—Lakeview, the county
but more recently of Chico, Cal, is
crease of 37.
Anderson. Judge Reed also has an seat of Lake county, is improving
back on a visit.
interest in them. The price given rapidly, and promises to be quite a
E lection of O fficers .—The fol
Another protracted meeting, under
LL OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES ROLD
lowing officers were elected at a regu the auspices of Elders Peterson and
at the very lowest rates. If you don’t
me, call and ascertain prices for
lar meeting of the Jacksonville Liter Barnes, is talked of.
yourselves. No humbug!
and privileges in connection with the shop, a store, etc. Several houses
All kinds ot produce and hides taken in
ary Society, held on the evening of
Good excuse for not loaning your diggings. Some years ago the original have lately been built, including a exchange for goods.
CLOTHING, Etc., Etc.,
the 16th : Chas. Nickell, President;
umbrella—say it is Lent, and will be owners dug a tunnel to connect the building for the Clerk’s office.
Miss Mary Berry, Vice President ;
T. A. DAVI8
F. K. ARNOLD. In SACHS’ Brick Building, well known m
until Easter Sunday.
Mi>s Eliza Langell, Secretary ; F. M.
S upreme C ourt .—In the case of
C ipt. Jas. Barnes, of Lake county, creek, which proved to be too high
Nickerson, Treasurer ; Frank K assi Ki
the State vs. B. F. Dowell—the May
“THE TEMPLE OF FASHION."
fi r Librarian ; Miss Emily ll row n, is in town. He reports matters flour and consequently unserviceable. We bond affair—a motion to correct judg
ishing in his section.
understand that the work of remedy ment as to the names of sureties was WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
These goods were all purchased by a
The Jacksonville Literary Society is ing this defect Is now being prosecut allowed. The motion as to rendering
T he R ain .—It has been raining
member of our firm from FIRST-CLASS
71 FRONT STREET,
considering the propriety of giving an ed by a set of hands under the charge judgment against each surety for the
HOUSES in San Francisco, and we will
with considerable force and regularity
warrant every article and sell them as cheap
of J. S. Howard, of this place. It will amount expressed in the body of the
entertainment ere long.
for cash as any house in the county.
during the past week, which is a
take several thousand dollars to open undertaking was denied.
We call the
source of gratification to both farmer
out these diggings, but, when once
ATTENTION OF THE LADIES
and miner. Although the rains are M. Gray’s music store, San Francisco, in working order, there is no doubt of
C hange —We learn that J. M. Mc
E KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND to the fact that we have the largest assort
very late, some mining is being done will be in town before long.
their paying well. Thus another en Call & Co., to whom the material be
ment of FANCY GOODS of every descrip
a complete stock of
The telegraph office here burns all
this season, though nothing in com
tion now on hand, and we will henceforth
terprise has been put under way, longs, have taken charge of the Ash
make this line of goods our specialty and
parison to that of last year. The grow dispatches six months old, under a which will inure largely to the bene- land Tidings, owing to the contin
sell them at
ing crops have been benefited much and new rule adopted by the W. U. Co.
ued illness of J. M. Sutton, itr former
fit of this section.
Prices to Suit the Times«
Rev. M. A. Williams will hold re- !
manager, who, we regret to learn, is in PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
B oard of T rustees .—A special a precarious condition, with no hopes
ligious services at the M. E. Ch urch
T he B all . — Notwithstanding the to-morrow at 11 o’clock a . m .
meeting of the Board of Trustees was of his ultimate recovery.
W« also keep on hand a full stock of
inclement weather, the ball given on
Persons not rec« iving their papers
the evening of Washington’s Birthday
R ain in J osephine .—The rains GLASSWARE, WINDOW GLASS,
the members were present.
by Oregonian-Pucahontas Tribe No. 1,
HARDWARE, NAILS, GLASSWARE,
The minutes of the last meeting this week have raised the creeks in
Imp. O. R. M., was a fiitv success in
PAINTS, OILS AND
Josephine county and afforded consid
were read and approved.
every particular. First-elites music i
The Committee having in charge erable water for mining purposes. PAINTER'S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
The District School proposes giving
was furnished by the Kaegel Bros, and
And very many other articles too numerous
the appraising of the town lots in bhx-k Dick Ish informs us that William’s
Guo. Brown, while Madame Hob
No. 55, made a report, valuing them creek was as high on Wednesday as it
Give us a call and judge for yourself
capacity to furnish goods as above,
fairly outdid herself in the preparation the present quarter, which will be in at $10 each. Report accepted.
was any time last winter, while other
of the supper. Fifty-three tickets
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
Lots 1 and 2, in said block, were streams are also full.
A petition to Governor Gfiadwick, ordered sold to John Herberger for
Now is the time to avail yourselves
for the pardon of David Briggs, is in $20 and a deed given therefor upon
T own E lection . —The voters of
g#“Sole Agents for Oregon for the cele
of the opportunity of getting photo
circulation and receiving a large num his paying said .sum.
brated CARBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which
Jacksonville will on Tuesday. March
graphs of yourself and family at low kills Ticks, Lice and all parasites on sheep,
ber of signatures.
The following bills were ordered
6ih, elect tivo Trustees, a Recorder, a
and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
Hon. Henry Klippel was confined paid: D. Linn, $8.12; Fisher A Caro, $1. rates. Abel! A Welsh will remain foot rot. Circular sent on application.
Treasurer, a Marshal iind a Street
here but a short time longer; therefore
Herd A Hopkins’ bill of $52.50, for
Commissioner. The poll» will be open for a few days this week with a se-
give them a call immediately.
bridge lumber furnished Street Com.
nt the Town Hall from 10 o’clock A.
misaioner, was ordered paid out of the
M. to 3 o’clock p. M. Three candidates
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
for Marshal have come to the surface,
An order was made for holding the
All persons indebted to the
and there will be some aspirants for of Washington’» birthday, in con.se-
the Street Commissionership. The queiice of which the District School annual town election and the Recorder undersigned, either by book THE WELL-KNOWN DRAFT JIORSE, THE SISTERS of the HOLY KAMES.
instructed to give notice. L. J. C. Dun
balance of the offices having little if any was not in session.
account or not, are request*
We learn that another wire will be can and James R. Neil were appointed
emoluments, no struggle will be made
he SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
ILL MAKE THE SEASON ATJACK-
put up this year by the Western Uu- Judges of election, and J. II. llyzer ed for the last time to come
school will commence about the end of
sonville, Rock Point and Sam’s Val
and is divided in four sessions,
and John A. Boyer as clerks.
forward and pay up. This is rates : $5, $10 and $15.
of ten weeks each.
R eturned .—Wm. Seagraves and
The board adjourned to Tuesday positively the last notice of Turk is 8 years old this Spring. His sire Board and tuition, per term,...........
Wm. Bybee, Jr., returned from Neva business is the reason.
was Arabian, out of a Timoleon mare. Bed and Bedding.................................
evening, March 6th.
da la>t week. They started for that
Turk’s dam was French. He is a dark chest Drawing and painting........................
this kind that we will give.
nut sorrel, with white points, 17 hands Piano,..................................................... . 15.00
State with a large band of cattle last J. H. Col lab an, in Alkali Valley, Lake
M exican S addle .—There is on ex
high, and weighs 1,500 pounds in working Entrance fee, only once,..................
SACHS BROS. condition.
June, but, finding prices very low, de county, recently had his leg broken hibition at J. Nunan’s shop a fine Mex
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Competent judges agree that Turk's colts Primary, per term,...................................$ 6.00
termined to hold on until Winter. by a horse fulling on him.
ican saddle, which is attracting con Sucn is the purifying, healing operation will compare favorably with anv yet pro Junior,
GVenn’s Sulphur Soap that formidable ab duced in the State, and he is highly recom
The ball at Wm. Justus’ on Thurs siderable attention, being much of a of
Unfortunately fur them, this season
scesses and purulent ulcers, as well as the mended by leading stock-raisers of Douglas Senior,
Pupils are received at any time, and spe
has been unusually mild, and, cattle day evening last was n fine success. curiosity to tho%e who have never seen most obstinate skin diseases, are cured by it. county, where he has made several seasons.
It expels proud flesh and is highly anti-pu-
cial attention is paid to particular studies in
on the range being in good condition,
one. It is finely finished off, the work t rescent.
behalf of children who have but limited
The Meadows, Feb. 1, 1877.
time. For further particulars apply at the
commanded as high prices us their
manship and design being first-class.
own, and they were therefore com-
JOHN L. CARTER
Ed. Crandall, who has officiated as The horn is heavily plated with silver,
—THOMPSON—At the residence
pelled to sell at lower rates than they foreman of the Ashland Tidings for with which metal the saddle is pro MARTIN
of Alex .Thompson, on Rogue river, Feb
.expected to realize.
several months past, left for the Wil fusely ornamented. The blanket is
seph G. Martin to Miss Mary Thompson.
CITY DRUG STORE.
the skin of some animal found in Mex NOBEN—MOODY—In this city, February
B oys A rrested .—Two buys named lamette Valley on Tuesday last.
E ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
22d, by T. B. Kent, J. P., John Noben to
Willie Oliver and Jue Welch were
J. P. McDaniel attends to the wants ico, and is neatly embellished with
all kinds of Painting, including
Miss Ellen Moody—all of Galice creek.
this week arrested upon a warrant of John Orth’s customers during his
sworn out by Rev. W. Hurlburt, alienee, while John Bonham wields ver thread by the skillful hands of
charging them with having stolen a the marshal’s baton for the time being. the Mexican women. Thi9 saddle is BYBEE—Near Jacksonville, February 17,
HE NEW FIRM OF KAHLER A B ro ,
have the largest and most complete
<ouple of saddles from him. Upon
The population of Ashland School the property of Win. Seagraves, who
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
being brought up before Justice Kent District is given at 574—302 males won it at a raffle in Virginia City,
DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS,
ALL STYLES OF 6RAININI DONE.
lor examination, they both plead and 272 females; voters, 127. There Nev., where, we are informed, it was AMY—At Manzanita, February 18, 1877, of
croup, infant son of Haskel and Jessie
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also
Orders from the oountry promptly attend
guilty. Oliver was fined $40, in d ti ure 331 school children in the District put up for $500.
Amy ; aged about eight months.
the latest and finest styles of
fault of which he was sent to the
(¿nite a numl>er of visitors were
T own S ite L aid O ut .—A new
County Jail for twenty days, The present at the District School Friday town site has been surveyed and
NEW, THIS WEEK.
other was fined $30, but, paying it, last, and were favored with «orne in mapped out in the immediate vicinity
And a great variety of PERFUMES and
LET ARTICLES, including the best and
was set at liberty. It seems to have teresting exercises by Prof. Merritt’s of the Lucky Queen mine, Jump-off-
cheapest assortment of COM MON and PER
l>een the intention of these young department.
FUMED SOAPS in this market.
Joe, in Josephine county. The de
S MY WIFE, REBECCA SWINGLE,
«IT Prescriptions carefully compounded,
has left my bed and board without
rascals to have left the country, and
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
A base ball club has been organized velopment of the quartz mines in
just cause or provocation, I warn all per BLACKSMITHING!
they would perhaps have been guilty
that section so far carries the impres sons not to harbor or credit her on my ac
ot another theft had they not thus at the head of Applegate, with two
full nines. They propose trying their sion that their permanence and value
Ashland, February 19, 1877.
l>een checked in their wild career.
S ALLOUR MERCHANTS ARESELL- I n M asonic B uilding , O regon S t .,
mettle with the Jacksonville and other is almost assured, and, in the minds
ing out at cost and freight, we are ready
S hooting A ffray .—J. T. Roloson, clubs in this section.
of many, the belief exi9t9 that quite a
to do blacksmithing at coat and freight, but
JiVing near Central Point, was shot by
must have the cash when th$ work Is com
Tlie Baptist Church has received mining city may be built up in that re
his father-in-law, one Knowles, on
gion ere many years.
The undersigned announces himself a can pleted. Shop on the corner of California
several Accessions at Ashland during
didate for Marshal, subject to the decision and Main streets.
Thursday last, and seriously, if not
SHANNON A BIRDSEY.
he undersigned hereby de -
voters of Jacksonville at the ensu
the past few months. Quite a num
F or T he W illamette .—Alvin ing the
sires to announce to the public that he
fatally, wounded. The ball entered the ber have been immersed in the frigid
now prepared to fill all orders for cakes
Cardwell will in a few days start for
description, suoh as wedding cake«,
left side, near the lower part of the waters of Ashland creek during that
parties, wine cakes; also brown
Albany with the fine young stallion
chest, and ranged downward and back time.
and rye bread, ginger snaps and cracker*,
“Vermont Chief,” where he will re I hereby announce myselt a candidate for
HE UNDERSIGNED, BELIEVING IT Takes orders on exchange. Price« reasona
ward,, passing through one kidney and
to be the mutual advantage of millers ble and satisfaction guaranteed.
Geo. Wimer, of Murphy creek, main during the coming season. This Marshal, subject to the will of the voters of
farmers, have made arrangements jair Fresh bread every day.
lodging in the skin over the spinal col
whereby the Ashland and Phcenix mills will
Josephine county, was in town Thurs horse is by the well known “Peniger’s Jacksonville at the March
W m . KREUZER.
umn, which it fortunately misled.
be under the management of Jacob Wag
day. He reports that it rained very Mike,” out of a fine mare ; be is five
ner, who will have oharge of both mills for
AINTS (patents cr other,) Oils, Vais
Knowles came to Magruder’s store and
the company during the ensuing year, end
hard in that region this week and that years old, uf a dark dapple bay color,
nishes, Shelae, Window Glass, Emery,
ing July 1st, 1877.
told bis story, where he was taken in
Borax, etc., for sal« in endless quantities by
the miners have plenty of water at will weigh over 1,200 pounds.
We will pay the highest market price for
charge by Thus. T. McKenzie, who
HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR good merchantable wheat, and are prepared
■John Orth, County
held him until Deputy Sheriff Seybert
F you want a No. 1 home-made Ritte OP
175 acres under fence, situated in Josephine at the mills. Office of the company at the
Treasurer, last Sunday took down Jack- county, Oregon. For information, enquire Ashland Milla.
arrived on the scene. • Family troubles
of John Bolt, Applegate, or at the residence
WAGNER, ANDERSON & FARMERS’
seem to be at the bottom of the affair. mine, (the property of Alex. P. An sou’s portion of the State tex, amount of
LA FAYETTE ALLEN.
MILL CO., Ashland, Oregon.
Ali) A DAY at home. Agents wanted,
$ 1 ¿ Outfit and terms free. IRLE A CO.,
Dr. Aiken is attending on Roloson, who keny <fc Co.) situated in Josephine ing to between $8,500 and $9,000. Of TpVERY description of Cuilery for sale
this amount about $1,500 was in silver, bj cheap by
reports him in a precarious condition
AILS, Ropes, Carpenter«’ and Wagon-
although be was somewhat easier yes- and is quoted at 15 cents a share in which made a package weighing over
EW Guns made to order and repairing
IL and Whetstones, Tape and Chalk
Makers’ Tools for sale bv
properly done by JOHN MILLER,
Lines, tor sale at JOHN MILLER’S,
FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS
T. A. DAVIS & CO.,