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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1877)
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FBI DAY,.................... SEITEMBER 7, 1877,
Geo. p. Rowell A <’o................. »»....Vew York,
fr». M. Pettingill A Co...............
t’has. Hughes................................. Kerby ville
Ren Haymond................................ Rock Point
L. P. Fisher,...-...........................San Francisco.
I'lios. Boyci».............. »...-. a ........ Son Francisco
Rowell A’ t'hesman............................ St. Louis
Gus. A. Winckler.................................... Yreka
R. B. Hatton.......................................Lakeview
Fisher & Caro’s.
No C ounty CoUHT.—Owing to tho
nlweneo of Hon. Silas J. D.iy, County
And go, Who is attending the Columbia
Conference at Walla Walla, County
Court did not meet this week.
III at K useburg .— Archbishop
Blanchet, who was expected to arrive
here this week, on an episcopal visit,
<s lying dangerously ill at Rosburg.
*l'he Archbishop is an octogenarian,
hnd his trip to Coos Bay was a severe
one for him to make. At last ac
counts he was a little better.
SELLING OUT and NO HUMBUG
C omplementary .—We have re-
X'eiveil from the secretary of the Ore
gon State Agricultural Society, a com
plementary ticket to their Seventeenth
Annual Fair, commencing on the 9th
of October and continuing six days.
The Fair this year promised to be
more largely attended than ever be
C amp M eeting .— L’aere will ho a
vamp-meeting held at thecamp-ground
in Son’s Valley, under the auspices of
the M. E Chiirah, commencing S *p-
temtier 13, 1877. Also another will
be held at the old camp-ground on the 1
Month side of R »goo River, September
20th. All are invited.
W. H urlburt .
S enator M itchell .—J. Hippie
Mitchtll, passed through town last
Wednesday on his way to Washington,
after a short visit to this State. It is
staled that the purpose of his visit to
Oregon was to lay the wires for the
Republicans for the campaign next
Spring,s<> as to secure his re-election to
the Senate. Ke stopped one day at
Roseburg.but knowing how thoroughly
Democratic Jackson county is, he did
i-Qt wa»te-^iy time here.
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F ell from a H orse —A little
daughter of Dr. Danforth was riding a
horse Saturday evening when the ani
mal started to run and she fell from
his back. Fortunately she suffered no
injuries, other than a few bruises.
Horseback riding is becoming fashion
able among the girls here, and al
though it is a very healthful exercize,
it is often fraught with danger. Par
ents should be careful about the kind
of horses they allow their children to
W. C. M yer ’ s P remiums . —W. C.
JACKMIX COUNTY II OHM EM.
The idea of teaching every girl to
thump a piano and every boy to be a
News scarce this week.
book keeper, will make potatoes worth
Odd Fcllowx’ Btfildinf) Jatkiffrrfilcj 0rr|»tr
training, on John Watson’s track,some
Watermelons and colic plentiful.
$4 per bushel in twenty years.
six miles from this place, and will i
Rush Hashanah, the Jewish Year.
Chas. Kohn, agent of Schultz A j compete for the premiums offered by
Read notice of sheriff’s sale, else
the Agricultural Society of Siskiyou j
county, California, at their Fair next
TIN, SHEET IRON, COFPfctt, LEAD, ete.
Try a glass of St. Louis beer at Matt.
running horses .
Rafael Moratt took nino hundred
“Scamperdown,” is a bay stallion j
A lone prisoner is now’ confined in
pounds of grapes, from the vineyard five years old; sired by “Norfolk,” I
the County Jail.
of the Frenchman just north of town, dam “Nettie W;” S. Booth owner and
Epizootic has again made its appear
to Roseburg this week, where ho will trainer.
“Scamperdown” won the
ance in this county.
dispose of the1 same.
two-mile race at Yreka in 1875, dis
Wes Manning and wifo have re
In the case of B. F. Dowell vs. W. tancing all his competitors, and at the
turned from Roseburg.
(’. Griswold, in U. S. District Court at Oregon State Fair last year displayed
A FIIfeT-ULASK STOCK OF STOVES
John Miller returned this week from
Portland, the motion of defendant for fine speed, and, had he been in good
a trip to the mountains.
| a new trial was denied, and judge condition would have made it “lively”
Now is the time to preserve brandy ment on verdict.
for “Tom Merry” and “Ryestraw.”
by putting peaches into it.
Governor Chadwick, C» C. Beekman If we are not mistaken he will carry J
Rev. J. R. N. Bell has gone to the anil N. Langell returned from Lake off the ribbon very easily.
POWDER OF È,VERY DESCRIPTION
county last Monday. On Tuesday’s j
“Boston,” owned by J. C. Tolman, j
conference at Walla Walla.
C. W. Savage expects to open his ! stage the Governor and lady took is a sorrel stallion, 3 years old; sired i
Fuse and Capii
I their departure for Salem.
by “Norfolk” dim “Minnie Riflli”; 1
new saloon in about a week.
The Alden Fruit Preserving Com Geo. Stephenson, trainer, lie is about Ôur Stock Must be Sold !
The new telegraph line is complet
Wooden and Willow Ware
pany have sold their dried fruit they IGA hands high and is of fine form
ed as far as Willow Springs.
and action. Last year he was taken j
The term of the Sister»’ School will I still had on hand fiom last season’s run
—aliout fifteen hundred pounds—to G. to the State Fair, but was not allowed j
be eleven weeks in duration.
to be entered in the 2-year old race,
Karewski, for 9 cents a pound.
The postoflice at Goose Lake, Lake
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS
When anyone sends to a newspaper on the pretext that he was not an Ore
county, has been discontinued.
rniTE UNbKRStGNRB, having con -
an anonymous communication intend- ,
1 eluded to sell their entire st<wk of mer
A frail and fallen female is now’ an
chandise and close out business, now offer
; ing it to be a joke, he should mark
for sale for CASH or its equivalent, at
inmate of our County Hospital.
the place where the ladgh (omes in, as
T. G. Reams is in San Francisco,
carried off that premium.
it is often hard to see the point.
SAN FRANCISCO COST! Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hosfl,
laying in a stock of Winter goods.
“Natt,” owned by J. A. Cardwell, a
T. B. Atkin-on and M. A. Parsons
sorrel stallion, 3-year old; Lexington
Now is the time when the thrifty
a largo stock of Dry ami Fancy Goods,
went out on Applegate this week on a
stock; trainer S. Booth. Ho has nev Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Groceries,
housew ife is at work canning fruit.
hunt, and succeeded in killing a deer,
Crockery ami Glassware, etc., etc.
er appeared cn the turf before, but is a Tobacco,
To convince the public that we mean bus
Farmers should pick out their knot besides other game, and caught eighty-
I have secured the services of a First-class
“goer” and we think will make his iness we quote the prices of a few .staplear
tiest cord wood to pay for newspapers. two trout. Pretty good for one day.
ticles as an illustration :
mark at the Yreka races.
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair*
A pack.train, with provisions, left
A French m m engaged in studying'
GREAT REDUCTIONS: ing promptly and in superior style.
yesterday for the Beaver creek mines. (he English language declares th dj in
“Sir Walter,” owned and trained by
The pioneer picnic next Thursday, asmuch as a number of cows are called George Stephenson, is a cOal-black
11 yards of standard prints..... ¡-.-. th .......... $l>00
at Ashland, promises to be well attend 1 cattle, why a number <>f cats are not stallion, 7 years old; “Ilambetolian” i White Rock anil Lownsdale
Muslins................................. I2?^c. per yard
called cowtie, is a thing that he cannot
stock. He is a powerful and fine look Dress Linen............................. 33J^c.
TN CONNECTION WtTIT THE ARGVE,
1 I am receivirtg afid have constantly uh
The “San Francisco Minstrels” are I I understand.
ing horse, 1G hands high; was recent- 1
hand a full and first-class stiM'k of
Bed Ticking............................ 1661.30
The funeral of the late Mrs. Marga ly imported from Kentucky, and has a Best Brands of Teas............... 50e. per pound
billed for this place next Tuesday eve
ret Dillon took place Wednesday. record of 2:35. “Sir Walter” is lame Costa Rica Cotlee................... 25c.
And all other articles at corresponding
at present, having received injuries low rates.
There is one end of a hornet that
The public is invited t"> call and avail DRY GOODS, Gum Boot«, TOBACCO,
• luring the season, and unless he fully
you can’t compromise with; remem
themselves of this opportunity of securing
i were followed to their last resting place recovers will, of course, take no part bargains before it is too late.
FISHER A CARO.
by many sorrowing friends.
in the trials of speed.
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc, Ete.
A wedding, will occur in this cit\
about the first of next month, so rum-
or has it.
All )>ersons knowing themselves indebted
•p®“ Everything sold at reasonable rates.
8 years old. She is a spirited little by either note or book account are hereby Give
me a call.
Mrs. \V. J. Ply male returned on
notified to settle by Septeml>er 1st next, or
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
thing and a lively stepper, and, al their
the stage Wednesday from her trip to
I mutism, he is apt to think that the en- though she has no record, promises to of our attorney (or forced collection.
Those interested will please take notice.
I tire number has struck him in concert. make good time.
Jacksonville, July 14, 1877.
Prof Merritt and lady returned Sun
J. II. Thomas, of Sams Valley, will
day from a wedding tour to the East '
son, is a brown gelding, “Lionheart”
he eagle mux
Valley. He goes to visit his old home ,
ITUATED FIFTEEN MILES SOUTH
Gen. Schumpf is moving into his
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND j
of Jacksonville, and half a mile north
in Linn county, where he settled in lai go horse and has already given the
order of sale duly issued out of the
new house recently completed on Ore
Ashland, Is prepared to do general Cus
Circuit Court of the fState of Oregon, for the
1815, with his father’s family. Jesse is ' people of Yreka a display of his speed,
county of Jackson, on the 28th day of Au
Feed at Hie
■ is a genial person and we trust he may i
gust A. I)., 1877, and to me directed and de
Willie Little was thrown from an
livered, in favor of the Board of Commis
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
( have a pleasant visit and a safe return. five, in 2:54.
sioners for the sale of School Land and the
unruly horse on Tuesday last, but es
Thirty-six pounds of rtottr, tu-o pound«
Read the sales of sewing machines . S till A nother P arty .—Last i management of the Common School Fund,
and against H. A.Grigsby and A. M. Grigs of shorts and eight pounds of bnm given per
in the United States, published else- ( Tuesday another party left for Crater by for the recovery of the sum of three hun- I bushel of good Wheat. Will sack and brand
The lady who lost a pair of drab kid
and fifty-four ami 70-110 (|H54.7O) dol-' the sacks—customers furnishing the sacks.
where, and you will find that in 187G Like. It was composed of Adam dred
coin, and interest at ten per cent.
My brother, G. F. Billings, will have
gloves can have the same by calling
( the Singer Manufacturing Co. sold Klippell and A. Maegly, of Missouri, per annum, and the further sum of $29.75 i charge of the business, being assisted by
cos’s and disbursements and also the accru competent millers.
at this office.
over 150,(1(10 more machines than ai y Richard Klippell, Wm. Peniger, Lan ing costs, 1 have levied upon and will offer
Everything as represented er no sale.
Next to a fire, a dog fight will at other Company. A machine that is dis Klippell, and Wes. Ingrahm. for sale for cash, in U . S. gold coin, at pub
MRS.& E. FARNHAM.
tract more sidewalk spectators than so universally popular must indeed They will lie absent about two weeks.
Court House door, in Jacksonville, Jackson
County, Oregon, on
have great met it.
A man cannot be a Christian unless Satnrd.Ry, the 6th day of October, 1877,
Newman Fisher left Tuesday for
Tim stockholders of the Alden Fruit
at two o’clock 1». M. of said day, the follow
Lake county, to look after business Preserving Company did not re-pond he pay» his subscription.
ing described real property to-wit: 7’he
south-east quarter of section twenty-five (25)
to a call for a meeting this week. It
in township 36 south, range No. 2 west, sit BRICK-LAYING tt PLASTERING DONE
On last Sunday “one more unfortu seems as if they had given up hopes of to Bradley A Rulofson lor the best Photo uated in Jackson County, Oregon, and lev
graphs in the United States, and the Vienna
upon as the real property of the above
nate”, on a big “tare” was arrested by doing anything with their dryer this Medal tor the best in the world. 429 Mont- ■ ied
named defendants, H. A. Grigsby and A.
M. Grigsby, to satisfy the above named ex
he undersigned would here -
season. It is too bad that It should re gomery street. San Francisco.
ecution and order of sale.
by inform the public that he has ONE
Martin Angel, well-known here, is main idle, while so much fruit is go
J. W. M ANNING,
THOUSAND BUSH ELS of superior Jackson
Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon. I Creek Lime for sale cheap. Persons wish-
now running a sack factory at Albany ing to waste in this valley.
onville, September 3d, 1877.
! ing Brick-laying or Plastering done in the
BROWN—In ibis city, August 22d, to the
I la*st style and at reasonable rates will do
and employs six operatives.
wife of George Brown a daughter.
Pioneer < elebration.
SIXTY DAYS’ SALE!
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
1 1 ■ ■1
BKIEF mention .
LIVE AND LET LIVE!
completed last week, and the first tire
built in it on Monday. The work of
retorting the ore has been already com
menced, and, after the building over
the retort is completed, at which hands
are now at work, this company expect
to turn out 400 [»ounds of quicksilver
a day. A large quanity of ore is now
laying on the dump, and they will be
gin soon in taking out more. We learn
that they expect to make about 10,000
pounds of quicksilver tiefore they are
compelled to shut down next winter.
The M. E. Conference at Seattle has
stationed the Rev. W. Hurlburt at,
Jacksonville for the coming year.
There seems to be no prospect of
the base-ball clubs of this place and
Ashland coming together this season.
Alex. Martin and family returned
this week from a trip to Klamath.
They report having had a good time.
Henry Klippell, Dave Cronemiller,
T. B. Kent and James McDaniel re
turned from Cinnabar mines this week.
The Heif Shore for August contains
B ig C hief .—Winnemucca, chief a cut of the Rogue River Falls which,
of the Piutes, and a number of his however, is not very artistically exe
braves were in town Wednesday for cuted.
the purpose of meeting Commissioner
Mr. Tweed, of Phoenix, presented
Turner, who they expected would be us with a basket of nice peaches, for
here from Jacksonville, Oregon. The which he will accept our acknowledge
old chief had a talk with the Governor ments.
and expressed a desire to go on a res
The residence of Mr. Williams, on
ervation. lie exhibited in this office
Foot’s creek, together with its con.
a photograph of Governor Brayman,
tents was entirely consumed by fire
which he seemed to prize very high
ly, and, pointing to the governor’s
Anyone wishing to purchase sheep,
hair, remarked: “Heep old chief;
hair very while; Winneinncca one will do well to read the advertisinent
hundred and five years old; governor of J. 8. Herrin, which appears in this
beep big chief.” The party remained week’s issue.
We were misinformed last week as
in this vicinity till Friday night wait
ing for the commissioner, who failed to to the time of holding Circuit Court in
put in an appearance.— Idaho Aral- Josephine county. It will not convene
Myer, of this county, off jrs a special
premium of $2')0 at the State Fair for
the best family of draft horses, “to be
one stallion,one or more mares and colls
<>r fillies,full blood.” Also for Percheron
stock, sired by “Waite Prince” and
“Pride of Perche,” foaled this year,
he offers a premium of $20 for lie»t
■colt; second-best, $10. Fillies—best,
$15; second-best, $8
Mr. Myer has
always displayed much enterprise in
Mrs Effie Howard, nee Hubbard, of
importing blooded-stock, and this ac Lakeview, was in town this week,
tion of his in encouraging their intro visiting relatives and friends.
duction is commendable.
Chas. Howard left town yesterday
T he E m eline M ine .—The retort of to finish surveying the mining ditch
the Emeline Co. on Beaver creek was of J. C. Tolman, on Cow Creek.
The Committee havingcharge of the
arrangements and programme for the
first annual re-union and picnic of the
“Pioneer Society of Southren Oregon”
met on Saturday last, and decided to
hold the celebration at Ashland, as the
most eligible place, all things consid
ered Thursday, September 13th
A procession will lie formed in Ash-
land,at half past 10 o’clock a . m .,under
the direction of the marshal of the day
and proceed to the ground selected for
the public exercises of the occasion.
The order of the exercises will be as ,
Music by the band.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
Music by the Choir.
Music by the choir.
Dinner, Toasts, Ac.
Members of the Society will be furn-
ished with badges on application to
A general invitation is extended to
the public to participate in the festi
Families, whether members or not,
are requested to come with a bounti
ful supply of provisions for the table.
All persons who arrived in Oregon
prior to the end of the year 1855, may
become members of the Society, and i
by applying or sending to the Secreta- '
ry, the date and place of birth, from ,
whence they emigrated and the time
of arrival in Oregon, together with one
dollar, the initiation fee, will be en
rolled as members.
W m . H offman , Secretary.
A BARGAIN FOR SOMEBODY.
DILLON—In this city, Sept. 4, 1877, Mrs.
Margaret billon; aged 67 years.
NEW, THIS WEEK.
SEWING MACHINE SALES
HUIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
1 sale his ranch and mining property, sit
uated on Sterling creek, containing 164
acres, all tinder fence. Forty acres are un
der cultivation, with plenty of vegetable
land; a good orchard, living water on var
ious parts, plenty of timber and fine slock
range. Cash market al the door for every
thing raised. Health of locality unsur
passed. There are 54'7 acres and a half of
mining ground, which are guaranteed to
pay $5 a day per hand.
'I’ itee —I . S. title to the whole.
Ins|»ection invited and everything guar
anteed as represented. For further particu
lars enquire of
T. H. GILSON.
Ths Singer Ml’g Co. sold 262,316
Howe Machine Co.,
Wheeler A Wilson MfgCo. “
Domestic S. M. Co.,
American B. II. AS. M. Co. “
Weed Sewing Machine Co., “
Wilcox A Gibbs S, M. Co., “
Remington S. M. Co.,
Gold Medal S. M. Co.,
Braunsdorf A Co., (.Etna) “
McKay S. M. Association. “
ST. LOUIS BEER,
now all the rage everywhere, which he will
sell in quantities to suit. Give him a call
and test this celebrated lstverage.
M XT1\ W. DILLON.
Jacksonville, August 31, 1877»
FOR SALE OR TRADE !
Cor. First and Yamhill Sts.,
T OFFER FOR SALE ONE OF TUB
1 finest Panorama lanterns on this UoAMt.
For Stereo pt icon and Dissolving Views it 1«
unexcelhsl. The slide glasses are of the fin
est assortment, embracing foreign and
I American scenes, comic and grave. Will lie
sold at less than cost. Everything is en-
j tirelv new and in good working order.
Kerby ville, Oregon.
for our Nc<
«taloKur. It con-
t*inn volnabtc Inft.r-
Hiatl<>n for rvrry
plating th« DUC
chime of «ter article
fbr personal, «atoUy
rpItE CNDEKSKiNKn HAS Jl'KT RE-
1 eeived a supply of the famous
well to call on me. For further information
Inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
«. W. 11OLT.
Jacks »nville, Feb. 11, 1875.
or agricultural use. Free to any Addrwa.
XOXTUOMERY WARD A
Original Grange Supply llotne.
. 2Z7 4 2» Wabash ara CHICAUU 111,
LAND FOR SALE.
24(l acres of choice agricultural land,
T 175 sale acres
under fence, situated in Joseph mu
county, Oregon. For information, enquire
of John Bolt, Applegate, *»r at the resideucu
LA FAYKTTK ALLEN.
T HAVE ON HAND A LARGESUPPLY
L ot first-c'ass lumber of every description
at the mill of Davis “A Ture.y «>h Wagner
Creek, which I will dispose* of for nmnev,
horses or grain. Any bill sawed to order on
rpHE undersigned offers for
1 sale one hundred and forty head ot
Angora goats in first-class conditiun.
4 SMALL FLOCK OF SHEEP. MY j
A sheep will clip an average of seven I
Chitvfier’s Ranch» JackMUi C«mnty.
pounds to the year’s growth. Apply at
JOHN S. HERRIN,
OWDER—Giant, blast ing or gun powder
4 LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
11 Singer Manufacturing Co. will call mi
all kinds, aild caps dbd fuse, for sale in
quantities to suit, by
II. K. Hanna and settle during the next
Farms for Sale.
M. VV. PARSONS,
EW Hubs made to order and rvjtoiring
Gen’l Traveling Agent Ogn. and W.T.
properly dohe by JOHN MILLER.
Persons desiring to purchase good farms
of any size will do well to enquire of
LL kinds at ammunition for sale by
O you want proteutlwM ? Boy a Ifistol <»r
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon.
Knife, or both, of JOHN MILLER.
ORSE, Paint,Sash,Scriibbingand Bla< k-
4 N elegant assortment of Poeketand Ta^
IL, Whetstones, Tape «nd Chalk Line«
ening Brushes al JOHN MILLER’S.
21 blu Cutlery for sale by J. MILLER.
for sale at
IX) U TL A ND, on EGON,
ANGORAS FOR SAXE.