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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1877)
Obenchain Bros, last week sold a lot
I ndian T roubles .—According to
B ase B all G ame .—The “Hatchet”
£<rThe National Gold Modal was awarded
of fine cattle to a Mr. Williamson, an the Modoc Independent, it seems that club, the organization which carried to Bradley & Rulofson lor the best Photo
agent of Jesse D. Carr, of Lake county, the Indians at Camp Harney and at off the honors and bat at Roseburg on graphs in the United States, and the Vienna
SATURDAY............................. JULY 21,1877.
Medal for the best in the w’orld. 429 Mont
receiving a fair price therefor.
street. San Francisco.
New goods at Kubli’s.
of Jacksonville players met on the dia
I- llOM L a KF. (’Ol’STY.—Col. «1.
mond field on Saturday last to try their
Miller returned from Lake county on
Cholera morbus blooming.
— MiCULLY—In tills city, July
A good attendance was present and were overtaken by a messenger from mettle in a match game of base ball MERRITT
Thursday, having made quite a pro
19th, by Rev. W. Hurlburt, J. W. Mer
The fruit crop is light this year.
! Camp Harney, who stated that th • for the purse hung up by our citizens.
everything passed off agreeably.
ritt and Miss Mollie McCully— all of
tracted stay there. He reports mat
Drummers of every dye abundant.
The first few innings proved very
ters flourishing in that section.
The Emeline Company’s retort and
[The ceremony took place at the residence
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appurtenances will be in Yreka on the there and the settlers needed protec interesting, excitement running high of the bride’s mother, and was witnessed
N ew B ents .—Judge Day examined
j 24th. It weighs over 8,0Q0 pounds tion. The cavalry then started at once I and the playing being good. It was by several friends of the contracting par
the bridge across Sardine creek Mon
to the latter place. Old Winnemucca, i evident, however, that the “Hatchets” ties. Misses Ida Martin and Issie McCul
and will be put up immediately.
day, and ordered Road Supervisor
Chief of the Piutes, is said to be there were overmatched, the splendid bat ly acted as bridesmaids and Dr. Aiken and
C. McCully as groomsmen. The
Woods to add two new bents, as the
and in command of the hostile Indians. ting of their competitors, together with Janies
affair passed off very pleasantly, the par
G. \\. Holt has commenced burning
structure was regarded as not in any
There are quite a number of Piutes in their own ill luck, rendering defeat a ticipants appearing to appreciate the situa
tion. The happy couple left the same day
too safe condition.
Surprise Valley, and of late have been foregone conclusion before base dall. for New York State, where they will spend
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honey-moon, returning aliout the last of
A. C. Jones, E q., returned from son, for which he has our thanks.
acting in a suspicious manner, and, had progressed far. On the seventh the
August. Our best wishes go with them,
A ccident . — A sou of William
A. J. Pinkstone, traveling agent of when Mr Mitchell left Lake City,
Salem the other day.
inning a change was made in pitcher and, in common with their many friends,
C ddwell, living near Bear creek, on the
we extend our congratulations, wishing
Capt. McGregor, commander of the by the small club, which proved dis them
Religious services as usual at the
a long and happy life of unalloyed
12th broke his right leg just above the
town this week on a canvassing trip post at Bidwell, was taking steps to astrous to their cause, as the substitute bliss.]
knee by falling from a fence. Dr.
LKEY—COOPER—Al the residence of
for his paper. He is doing well.
procure the arrest of some of the lead- made three balks and the umpire Ml Martin
Ed. Caton is able to be around again
Peterson, July 18th, by Elder
Aiken, the attending physician, re
Christopher Mulkey and
thereupon declared the game in favor
after quite a siege of sickness. .
ports the little fellow as doing well.
Miss Flora Cooper—all of this county.
section, is now keeping a first-class sa I who returned from a trip to Lakeview, ’ of the picked nine by a score of 9 to
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Mr. McIntyre and lady, of Sauvie’s
loon at Fort Jones, Cal. Sam is a clev says a letter was received at that place 1 0, according to the rules of base ball.
T ine S howers . — We have been
Island, are visiting this section.
er gentleman and is destined to pros the morning lie left, stating that set ! The extreme heat of the day and
favored with a number of showers dur
Capt. Work was down from his per.
ing the past week, which were very
tlers adjacent to Yainax reservation | the inconvenience of the grounds (the
acceptable in cooling the atmosphere.
Ab. Giddings has resigned as driver were greally alarmed on account of a ■ sun shining in the players’ eyes) made
The farmers were not overjoyed at
on the Oregon anil California stage line ! i threatened revolt of the Indians on a first-class game impossible; yet what SIXTY DAYS’ SALE!
their advent, however, as they did not is now in the valley buying stock.
and purchased a thresher, which he in that reservation. We mentioned our there was of it seemed to be appreci
especially need them.
Miss Kate Pearson arrived from tends running in the Umpqua valley suspicion of this some time ago, as the ated by the large crowd in attendance,
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Merganser, Lake county, last week.
Nez Perce Indians are very friendly | which was equally divided in its prej
O fficers E lected .—At a meeting
M. Sachs, traveling agent for several
The Kiegel combination, which left with the Klamaths, Snakes, Modocs udice. Having disposed of all inter
of the Directors of the Alden Fruit
Company, held on the 16th inst., Geo. San Francisco houses, was in town this here some time ago, is playing in Mo and others at the Yainax reservation, nal dissensions, the Jacksonville Club
doc county and comprises Andy Kae- through visits every year from Chief ! challenges any other like organization
Brown was elected President; Max week.
Messrs. Prim, Klippel, Manning and gel, Misses Lottie and Helen Ktegel Joseph’s tribe, and which feeling will in this section to a series of match
Muller, Secretary; J. Nunan, Treasur
break out more plainly row that Ma games and excepts none.
er. It was resolved to offer the estab Coats have returned ftoiu the moun and J. West.
Sykes Worden has purchased Geo. jor Jackson’s cavalry have gone to Ida
lishment for rent, for one year, and tains.
P lan of A ppointments .—The fol-
ho, leaving only an infantry company
bids to this effect will be received un
Harvest hands command $1.25 a day,
to guard about 800 warriors at the lowing are my appointments for the
til August 1st.
and there is a surplus at even these
ensuing two months :
ducted by Messrs. Thatcher A Worden.
July 22d, or 4th Sunday, Linkville, 11
N ew M edicines .—A vender of pat rates.
O fficers E lected .— rhe Emeline o'clock a . M. Lecture at 3 o’clock P. M.
A new wrinkle in the soda line at Success to them.
ent medicines last Thursday evening
July 29th, or 5th Sunday, at Jacksonville,
Capt. Caton and Bro. Lewis arrived Quicksilver Mining Company effected quarterly
editied the citizens of this place with Pape’s and Jones’, which is popular.
or 1st Sunday, campmeeting
an eloquent peroration on the virtues
James C. McCully and Chas. L. Mo what they knew about Senator-mak
of his wares from his wagon in front
August 12th, or 2d Sunday, quarterly
of the Masonic building, lie gave sher left for east of tho mountains yes ing, which will hardly make a book any officers: Henry Klippel, President; meeting at Taylor’s Ferry, on Rogue river.
larger than a dictionary.
John S. Miller, Vice President; E. B.
away a quantity of the celebrated Yer terday.
August 19th, or 3d Sunday, campmeeting
at Butte creek, one mile below Eagle Point.
ba Buena Bitters and XXX Horse
The Ashland Iron Works are doing
August 26th, or 4th Sunday, at Jackson Our Stock Must be Sold !
Medicine, advertisements of which good work and have quite a run of
Pocahontas Tribe No. 1, Imp. O. R. M., ors. The capital stock of the Company ville, morning and evening.
will be foun I elsewhere.
September 2d, or 1st Sunday, at Foot's
to the Great Council at Portland, which is $100,000, divided into shares of $1 creek, preachiug at 11 o’clock a . m . Lecture
W. H. Shook, for sometime an em
F or M ai . hecr . — Wm. M. Turner,
each. John S. .Miller has been ap al 3 o'clock p. m . Basket Meeting.
convened Tuesday last.
of this place, has been appointed a spec
J. R. N. B ell , Pastor.
Another convenient method for re pointed Superintendent, and work
ial Indian Agent to gather in strag
UNDERSIGNED, HAVING CON-
lieving the people ot their change is will immediately be commenced in
W ork P rogressing .—The digging milE
1 eluded to sell their entire stock of mer
gling bands of Indians along the Mal
being introduced by an agent canvass
of the Sterliug ditch is progressing chandise and close out business, now offer
heur reservation, in Wasco county, in Ish is quite low aud not expected to
ing this section for a new style of
I. O. O. F. I nstallation .—At n finely. A large force is at work, but for sale for CASH or its equivalent, at
conjunction with Major Rinehart, the survive long.
picture called photocromes.
regular meeting of Ashland Lodge No. some miles, yet to be dug, have not
.Indian Agent there. He left yester
Shannon Marshall’s daughter, aged
Men out of employment and anx 45, I. O. O. F., held on Saturday eve been let out. The party of Danes, SAN FRANCISCO COST!
day for the scene. This position is about eighteen months, died at Ash
ious for exercise and plenty of grub, ning, July 14th, John A. Boyer, Depu who were about throwing up their
much of a sinecure, but we know’ of land on the 1 lib.
a large stock of Dry and Fancy Goods,
ty District Grand Master, installed the contract, have resumed wutk, believ Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Groceries,
no one who is more entitled to it than
A bran new Wilcox A Gibbs sewing McDowell will want from 300 to 500 following officers for the ensuing term: ing that they can do belter at it than Tobacco, Crockery and Glassware, etc., etc.
To convince the public that we mean bus
machine, costing $100, for $50. In volunteers for the Indian war.
J. D. Fountain, N. G ; E. J. Farlow, V. they calculated on at first.
iness we quote the prices of a few staple ar
ticles as an illustration :
A nother O ld R esident G one .— quire at this office.
Samuel Robinson, representing Mil ’ G ; I.O. Miller, R. S.; J. II. Neil, Treas.;
D istrict ¡S chool .—The Directors
Prof. Wood, the blind musician, is ler A Richard, type founders at San R. P. Neil, P. S.; E. DePeatt, II. S. N.
I j . J. Hull, one of the pioneersuf our
county, died at St. Helens, Columbia circulating this way. He is accompa Francisco, passed through town Tues j G.; (). C. Applegate, L. S. N. G.; A. D. I of this District have secured the ser- GREAT REDUCTIONS:
vices of Messrs. Merritt and Willits
county, recently. Ou bis way there nied by his brother.
day on his way home from a success Helman, II. S. V. G.; Wm. Taylor, L. for another year, upon which the pa 14 yards of standard prints....................... $1.00
White Rock and Ixiwnsdale
he contracted a col 1, which settled
Jos. Robinson, of Wagner creek, ful trip through the northern country. S. V. G.; J. II. Helman, W.; W. Bee
Muslins................................. 12Sc. per yard
son, 11. S. S.; W. Baldwin, L. S. S.
internally, and he passed away ratber brought the first green corn to town
Dress Linen............................. 33Vic.
Ed. DePeatt, E-q., of Ashland, called
Grass Cloths........................... 12Sc.
suddenly. Nir. Hull came to this sec- on Wednesday last.
S udden D eath .—George Kiegel, in the Statu and will be kept up to its Bed Ticking............................ 16(^30
on us Tuesday. He reports the resi
tion at an early day, residing almost
R. S. Dunlap, J. Nunan, John Orth dents of that place as experiencing formerly of this section, died at Adin, usual standard, opening about the first Best Brands of Teas............... 50c. per pound
Costa Rica Coffee................... 25c.
continuously among us, and was about and others will next week start on a
very hot weather, the thermometer Modoc county, Cal., rather suddenly, Munday in September.
And all other articles at corresponding
75 years of age. He leaves three sons trip to Crater Lake.
standing 103° in the shade ou Sunday lie was sitting in a chair talking with
The public is invited to call and avail
and one daughter, besides several
A C ommendable I mprovement .— I themselves
'1 he Land Office will be removed last.
of this opportunity of securing
j his wife, and was apparently in good
grandchildren, to mourn his loss.
bargains beiure it is loo late.
from Linkville to Lakeview in the
A cloud burst on tho Desert the health, when all of a sudden he com- I thing iu adopting measures toward
FISHER A CARO.
Jtequicscat in pace.
course of three weeks.
other day, suddenly deluging the sur
having the streets lighted on dark
C hallenge .—The Ashland B. B.
J. Q. Willits aud bride arrived from rounding country with an abundance to the floor in a fit, and died about two
Club atteii p s a bluff up >n the boys who Ashland last week and have taken up of water. The damage done was slight. hours afterward. A Coroner’s jury nights. Suitable lamps have been or All persons knowing themselves indebted
dered and wu will be indulging in by either note ur book account are hereby
went to Roseburg by challenging them their residence with us.
Such phenomena are becoming fre was summoned and a post mortem i city airs ere long. Full particulars notified to settle by September 1st next, or
their accounts will be placed in the hands
Io play for the bat they won there.
examination made by Dr. Hall, who
We acknowledge the compliments quent in this section.
our attorney lor forced collection.
Inasmuch the bat was put up only for of Mr. A Mrs. Merritt in the shape of
j stated that his death was caused by appear in our report of the Board’s Those interested will please take notice.
Peter Britt has handed us a circular
Jacksonville, July 14, 1877.
F. A C.
that occasion and won by players be some splendid wedding cake.
i excessive drinking.
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concerning the exhibition of Oregon
longing almost exclusively to second
S pecial A ttention .—In spite of
S tage R obbed .—The stage was
David Cronemiller is looking after products at the Mechanics’ Institute
and third nines, the ridiculousness of
Fair at San Francisco, a copy of which stopped by two masked men between
U. S. LAND OFFICE,
the challenge is evident. However, the legendary “Lost Cabin.” He start
R osf . burg , O regon , May 26, 1877. J
will be found on our first page. Read Soda Springs and Strawberry Valley pretty busy closing out their stock of
ed on this still hunt yesterday.
ti>e Jacksonville Club will meet the
VTOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
on the 18th, while coming this way. I goods. T.iey intend to make a still 1.M
it, as it is of importance.
Peter Burkholter and Samuel Mat
Ashland Club at any and all times,
thews, whose post ortice address is Jackson
“Caducus,” formerly owned by S
ville, Oregon, have made application for
if it is anxious for a game. We vine services at the M. E. Church to
the robbers securing about $500, we attention of the public thereto, as they patent for placer claims, being bounded on
mean bu-iness. By order of tho Club.
the North by surveyed lands, on the East
learn. The robbery was committed at must dispose of everything iuthe next and
South by entered land and on the West
F. M. N ickerson , Secretary.
Hon. Geo. B. Dorris and lady, of Fort Bidwell, Modoc county, Cal.,
land. Situated in Missouri
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Eugene, both former residents ofJack- Fourth of July week—a half-mile, a
Flat Mining District, in Jackson county,
A n O ppressive M onopoly .—The
dall, the driver, and a passenger were
G oods C heap .—M. Mensor, of the State of Oregon, and described as follows :
sonville, are at present here on a visit. dash of a mile and a half-mile aud re
The N. E. % of N. W. % oi Section 30,
Western Union Telegraph Company is
peat. He was second in a 600-yards
New York Store, baa instituted a gen Township 37 South, of Range 4 West, con
James Lawrence and others, who race.
not only an extortionate, but at the
taining 40 acres. The said claims are of
S tewart , V anclief & H errin .— eral clearance sale and ma le a great re record. The said claims were acquired by
twine time a discriminating and op started for their placer diggings on
W. C. Myer offers ti e following pre I This prominent San Francisco law firm duction in prices. Fifteen yards of said applicants by location and by purchase,
pressive monopoly. The charge for Elliott creek last week, have returned.
the same are now known as the Burk
miums at the coming State Fair, for j is installed in elegant rooms in Mc- i calico will be sold for$l, while other and
A Matthews Gold Dust Mining
telegraphing ten words from Jackson
P. Donegan returned yesterday from Percheron colts sired by White Prince
All adverse claims must be filed
! Creery’s new building, Pine street, and
ville to San Francisco is $1.50, while; an extended trip to Ireland. He was
in the Roseburg Land Oilice beiore the ex
and the Pride of Perche : $20 for the although but lately formed, already rates. Call and see for yourselves.
piration of the sixty days of the publica
s»uly $1 is asked for sending the same , accompanied by Mrs. Donegan. Wel
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tion ot this notice.
I best colt, $10 for the second best colt; j enjoys a large practice. Our young
It is hereby ordered that the above notice
number from Portland to the Bay, a come.
E agle M ill .— This well known
$15 for the best filly, $8 for thff second friend, Wm. F. Herrin, is one of the
lie published tor sixty days in the D emo
distance of several hundred miles
mill, situated fifteen miles from this cratic T imes , a weekly newspaper pub
Father Blanchet has returned from best filly.
in Jacksonville, Oregon.
further. There is nothing to com- ; a pastoral trip to Josephine county.
place, is now prepared to do a general lished
under my hand this 26th day of
The remnant of the Modoc tribe of very successfully. Their card appears custom and exchange business. G. F. May, A. D.
mend and all to condemn in such Ho reports everything high and dry
WM. R. WILLIS, Register.
transactions as this. We hope to see | there.
Billings has assumed management
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ritory at the close of the Modoc war,
P ersonal .—L. Samuel, publisher thereof and guarantees satisfaction.
the time when this soulless corpora
The strong winds prevailing recent now amounts to only fifty-four males
JOHN L. CARTER dt SON,
of the West Shore, Portland, was in Read the advertisement elsewhere.
tion will be only too glad to do busi ly have blown down some of the wheat
and sixty.three females. We believe town this week on business connected
ness aUreasonable rates.
there were over one hundred and fifty with his paper. The July issue will be
S truck by L ightning .—The resi
of them when first transferred.
G ot a N ew R oof .—Lawyer Dow
a model number, being more illustrat dence of Mrs. Root at Manzanita was
E ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
all kinds of Painting, including
ell was this week the object of a gen-
ed than the mammoth January sheet,
is composed of people in very moder and will contain an engraving of Ta I Sunday, damaging the house consider HOUSE PAINTING,
erusity rarely met with in ibis section. |
ate circumstances, of which Jackson ble Rock from 4 photograph by Peter ably and stunning Mrs. Root and her
However, it was not the fault of the
donor, P. J. Ryan, who does not make a
ol the kind that has occurred in the
practice of doing likewise very often.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
Q uarterly M eeting .—The fourth county.
Pat. sent a couple of immigrants to re has hung out his shingle as an attor of harvest hands, a large number
quarterly meeting of the M. E. Church
ALL 8TYLE8 OF 6RAININ8 DONE.
shingle the building occupied by Mrs. ney-at-law at Cedarville, Modoc coun of the new-comers being glad to get
W hile everybody about here is talking
for th is Circuit will be held at Ashland I about how cheap they can sell their goods Orders from the country promptly attend
work at a dollar per day.
Vining, but, not being definite enough ty, Cal. Success !b him.
A party from this place will shortly
While running in a lot at Fort Klam on Saturday and Sunday, July 28lh I John Miller wishes to say that he is pre
in his instructions, the workmen fell on
pared to and will sell everything in his line
LAND FOR SALE.
Dowell’s law office adjoining, and un leave on a trip to Crater Lake. They ath recently, Jay Beach’s fine horse, and 29th. W. H urlburt , Pastor.
as cheap, if not cheaper, than any one else
roofed it in a hurry. Undiscovered the expect to be reinforced at Ashland, Altamont, had one of his legs quite se
HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
I in Southern Oregon—and he is not “selling
sale 240 acres of choice agricultural laud,
mistake when too late, and of course
175 acres under fence, situated in Josephine
there was no other alternative but to I Thirty-four Chinamen arrived from at first feared that the animal would turer, and Comp. Mart V. Brown, of large stock on the way and receiving, pur- county, Oregon. For information, enquire
! chased by him ¡versonally, while on his late of John Bolt, Applegate, or at the residence
reshingle the building, which required Yreka on Thursday, and a number more be crippled for life; but, fortunately, Albany, will officiate in the institution ' visit below, and he in lends to stay right of
LA FAYETTE ALLEN.
new shingles. And that is how Dow
here and sell them aud then buy more.
IL, Whetstones, Tape and Chalk Line«
¡on Tuesday next, July 24 th.
‘ Just call on him aud see.
for sale at
ell got a new roof without paying for it. • ment to dig the Sterling ditch.
Or ^rmocratic uiinrs.
Fisher & Caro’s.
SELLING OUT and NO HUMBUG