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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1879)
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Circuit Court has adjourned, but Matt.
Dillon is still on hand w ith a complete stock
of tine liquors and cigars. He strives to please.
TEMPbRAM'E <(>\tt* I IO.X
(IKlLIT COI IlT PUOI EZD i M gs .
F rom L akd C ounty .—Arthur Langell came
I in from Lake County this week, but did not
tellurium stra-k Is quoted at $3 a share at
I’ ihenix , Feb. 20th, 1S79.
rrnhuARv term .
i stay long. Hu gives a favorable account of af-
..... FEBRUARY 28, 1879i
Females owning property separately and I Salem, the .Star asserts»
The meeting was called to order by S. Colver
State vs. J. Elliott et al.; indictnicnt for lar | fairs in that sect••,«. Grass is sproutiiig finely
Gardening is in orilefi
Martin Laist is prospecting a promising of Phieiiix.
which is taxable are allowed the right of suf
ceny. Jury disagreed ami Were discliarged.
stock lias done wd! roUikj rtfe improving,
ledge on Jackson creek.
C ounty C ourt .—The March term of the
frage at school elections under the present law.
Marell comes in like a liom
On motion, A. D. Helman was chosen
Win. Met liuille vs. Olney \*iekels«n; action aud ice are disappearing« health is good ami
Proliate and County Commissioners’ Courts
A party headed by (’apt. Rodgers, of Ash chairman and Chas. H. Gillette elected sec re
The finest printing of every description ex
Circuit Court ended for this term.
to recover' money. Judgment f.T
50, sevciitl stock-buyers are expected soon. VV liaV
M ill be hel<l next week.
started tor Silver creek yesterday.
i ecuted at the T imes office at rates defying
with interest anil costs.
Snow in the mountains is disappearing;
morb could be asked?
i Copp’s Hand-book of Mining Law, stand
Attention is called to our sam
'1 he object of the meeting was stated by S.
E. F. Walker and W. C. if yer vn. J. 11.
C ome and S ee U s .—We are sending out
A portion of Langell valley is overflown.
ard tuithorify, is for said at the T imes ofliee, Colver.
O pened .—The third n'l'nd
Skidmore et al.; foreclosure. Sheriff6» sale
statements of account to those indebted to the
The county jail mourns for an occupant.
a similar nine from
T imes office and request an immediate resjonse.
Kahler A Bro. sell every description of shei ■ep- $3,501 55. taxes collected, to Treasurer Fisher. hydraulic on their diggings in tho vicinity
rif base-ball for tin#
On motion, the chairman appointeil a coin-
State vs. J. Elliott et al.; iudictment for lar
S wamp I. ani > D ecision .— The Commissioner dip.
Over one-third of tlm tax levied remains un of Jackass ereek.
j mittee on credentials, as follows: J. L. Cur ceny. Defendants granted separate trials.
championship on March 8t’L LptO this turn#
of the General Land Office has decided the case
The pleasant weather dries up the roads collected.
J. M. Thompson found a three-ounce slug ry, J. 1». Rigdon, S. McCallister, John Pelton
< ayote iliiiing Co. vs. Wni. itnd Walter the latter had taken no steps in the matter;
of the State of Oregon vs. Dennis Crawley in rapidly.
Geo. W. Holt lias erected a scaffolding about in McKnight A Co.'s diggings on Fool's and \\ alter (lore* after which music was luid. Rubell; injunction. Hearing of motion to dis Sonic interesting meetings of the knights of tin*
favor of the latter.
l'lie report ot the committee on credentials solve injunction set for March 4tli.
ball ami club are anticipated ere the seasorl
building, now in course of construction,aud creek the other day.
T. B. Kent has gone to Salem on private
proposes to do some substantial work upon it
A nugget of pure gold worth $60 *va«
Elder Band vs. L. Horne; to recover' money. |
P rotracted M eeting at P iuenix .- Elder
persons were found to lie entitled to seats and Sheriff s sale of real property confirmed.
Grass is coming Up finely and stockmen are
Martin Peterson commenced a series of meet
while piping on their claim on Wolf creek. ■ votes in the convention: Samuel Colver, J. F.
G. Karev ski vs. Jos. Rath; to recover money.
ings at Phienix on Tuesday evening last. jubilant.
I John Dascomb, signal service officer at
IJLANciiE’f At Quebec, Canada. Feb. 7tL/
Thequartz nugget found recentlv in the ( ooper, R. A. Gray and Mrs. Carrie Gore, of Same as above.
Everybody is cordially invited to attend.
The irrepressible S. F. “Chronicle” man is Roseburg, was married nil the PJth iust. to
1879, Huliert Blanchet, aged 74 years J
Miss Lydia Stevenson. We wish the happy
months and 25 days.
D iphtheria E pidemic .—The results of the
M. Baum and lady of Ashland were in town
• Mc( allister and Manuel Miller,of Snowy Butte
Mary Berry vs. B. B. Griffin et al.; to fore- ' [He was the brother of the Bishops of Port»
tecent inquiry into the origin •>( diphtheria in
Samuel Colver, of Phivnix, is lecturing iu gold.
land and \ aBCouver and the father of Rev. F.
Savage A Slagle, mining on Savage creek, lj<><lge;Geo. Daley and W. W. Parker,of Eagle close mortgage. Judgment for $1,22968, with ,
dicate the probability that it is frequently this week.
the cause "f temperance, with considerable
X. Blanchet of this place. Ifequiescat in pace.]
E. Jacobs is fitting up a resilience ou Ore success. He claims 300 accessions ill the past a few miles below Rock Point, have picked Point Lodge, and John Pelton, of Table Rock interest and costs, and decree of foreclosure ]
Caused by using milk of cows affected with gar-
up several good-sized nuggets of gokl this
On motion, the report was adoptel.
Roxanna and T. J. Farris vs. J. W. Hays '
T hat S tatement .—Next week Quincy A.
SMITH-In Ashlau.i, Feh. II, 1879, to thtí
Ihe chairman then appointed a committee et al.; injunction. Continueil.
We learn that it is the intention of the
Court. Marshal Helms made several arrests
wife <>f F. Smith, a daiighk-r.
Brooks’ rejoinder to the charge of the Investi ci »nsiderably.
Gland ApplegatO Company to extend their on resolutions, as follows: J. F. Cooper, Man-
Howe 8. M. Co. vs. Jesse Houck; to recover
Plow s cheaper than the cheapest at Bilger's this week, hilt not to the enrichment of the
gating Committee will l»e published in the
ditch to Palmer creek, over five miles fur- uel Miller, J. L. Curry, John Pelton ami J. B. personal property. Judgment for plaintiff.
T imk - s . It is quite lengthy, but will no doubt hardware store.
tlier, at an earlv day.
I A. M. Cannon vs. J. W. Manning ami J.
prove interesting reading.
The district school will close its second quar
D. (’. Courtney of Soda Springs, who I (>n motion, the chairman appointol a coin- I touck; to recovef personal property. Dis-
of carcasses of dead animals in the lower por
ter in two weeks.
found a quartz ledge near Brownsville in mittee on permanent organization, to-wit: : II. missed.
N ative F igs . — We have received f<om Mrs.’
A. Gray, S. Colver, J. L. Curry, S. McCal-
I’. Boschey of this place some tigs raised and
should lie abated.
lister and J. B. Rigdon.
stone, to join him there.
foreclosure of mortgage. Judgment for $374,
cured by herself which, in the excellence of in Southern Oregon.
with interest and costs, and decree of foreclos
A miner named Hoitso brought son e ot
their flavor and quality, compare favorably
There will be no services*at the M. E.
The report of committee on resolutions being ure granted.
but will return in the Fall. .Joe is an excel the dust taken out of the Silver creek dig-
with the imported fruit. This is more evidence ('htireh next Sunday.
lent machinist and goes to take a position in gings to town Wednesday. It is coarse gold in order, the following resolutions were read
State vs. J. Elliott; indictment for larceny,
in favor of our unrivaled climate.
Hetirv Pape is confined to his room by an a machine shop at that place.
and ot an excellent quality.
Verdict of not gi uilty.
Cor. Miner & Oregon St«. Yrekà,
attack of rheumatism.
i L. S. P. Marsh, Ashland's wideawake man
H orse D isease in J osephine C ounty .—S.
State vs. A. Elliott; indictment for larceny.
A slide occurred in Ankeny A Co.'s ditch 1 W hereas , It is a well established fact ti mt
A party of young men left Ashland for Silver ufacturer, gave us a call Saturday. He is of
A. Borough, of Wilder* die. informs us that a
at Galice creek the other day, which, togeth-' the use of alcoholic drinks is our gn stest na- Continued to next term.
re Now M anufacturing e V»
•disease known as the “stiff staggers” prevails creek on Monday last.
State vs. I rank W illianis; iiuiictniciit for
the opinion that considerable building will he er with the tailing of water, lias caused a tioual and social evil and most fruitful source
eiything in ihe line of
among the horses in that section, with fatal ef
I he saloons will be closed next Tuesday, done iu that place next season.
of pauperism, crime, social disonler ami domes larceny. Same as above.
temporary suspension of work.
fect. John Wells and others have lost several which is election day.
tic wretchedness; deepening our moral degrada
Delashmutt A Oatman vs. G. H. Marshall
('apt. Work returned from Fort Klamath
M. S. Wakeman, of Pleasant creek, was tion and filling prison«, poorhouses ami asylums
tine animals, and many are likewise affected.
L. Herling is putting histavern on Poorman’s this week, lie says snow had fallen a con in town Tuesday. From him we learn that with its victims; involving not only the moral et al.; to recover money. Transferred to Doug
siderable depth at the post and that sleighing the fortunate miners of that section have and financial destiny of millions in this coun las county for trial.
D iphtheria .—It is rumored that diphtheria creek in first-class order.
try, but sending to premature graves annually
Antoinette Fewell vs. J. M. 1’cwell; divorce. And will keep constantly on Land a fullas
plenty of wall rand are busily at work.
The town is unusually quiet since the ad was the chief amusement there.
has made its apjiearance in the family of J. G.
over 80,000 of our fellow citizens and crushing I Dismissed.
'flie pleasant weather now prevailing has us with needless taxation; being pre-eminently
Neil, residing on the Crescent City road, a short journment of Circuit Court.
Messrs. J. F. G.izley and John Kelsay, at
Martha Linder vs. Ilobt. Linder; divorce.
distance south of town. In this event, the
The I. 0. O. F. has been receiving several torneys in attendance on the Circuit Court, a discouraging etl' et upon the miners, who the crime, the shame and the curse of tin«
greatest caution should be exercised, as the accessions in this place of late.
’ left for their respective homes the forepart of Lave made great preparations, only to find Nation ami the darkest stain Upon our
Court adjourned wiiriout day'.
their anticipations blasted by a lack of wa Christian civilization; therefore be it resolved
disease is a fatal one, especially among chil'
Alex. McKay of \ reka is surveying in the this week. They will return in June.
i «^Southern Oregon dealers In these »p
2. That laws must l>e enforced or they are
A collision occurred at the close of a partv
B oard of T rustees .—This ls»dy held a tiide» will find it t<> their advantage to trade
Little Klamath Like country.
Robb, Eekelson A Co., at the Hamilton useless; ami it is the paramount duty of all special session on the evening of the 20tli. All with us, as they will always lie aide to ob»
S pf . i . lini . B eks at P iufnix .—Another spell
The party at the residence of V. S. Ralls Oil east of town last Saturday morning, in whic'i diggings, are tearing awav a considerable good citizens to see ail laws enforced.
tain tiieir goods Kltl-NII and AS CHEAP
the contestants disfigured themselves to their
ing-match will take place at Plmnix next the 21 st was much of a success.
3. That it is our especial duty to see that the members were present except Mr. Nunan. as they can be bought anywhere.
The following bills were favorably reported
hearts' content. Little damage was done.
the laws prohibiting the sale of intoxicating
Wednesilay. Misses B rry and ('riekett were
Jc««e Houck was down from Ashland Oil
more than a lew hours daily with the aid liquors on the Sabbath and election days, to
by the Finance Committee: K. Rubli,
the successful contestants at the previous Lee. Tuesday, lie came a-courting.
Deed«, mortgages, notes, receipt«. Justice's of t heir reservoir.
minors and habitual drunkards, be strictly en $27.22 ; T imes office, .82.50; Geo. II. ’Young,
The value of the prizes will be increased,
and every other description of blanks on hand
While the minors of this section are aide forced.
County scrip is always taken at par on all
which serves to increase the interest in the af
or printed to order at the T imes office. The
4 That anv patty or persons desiring our ■87; D. Linn, 81.5(1. Warrants were ordered
do but little, owing to the scarcity of
accounts with the T imes office.
suffrages must have prohibition i .scribed on draw ii for the several amounts.
fair. Everylsidy is invited tn participate.
best forms furnished at S.m Francisco rates.
water, those in the northern portion of the
8. \V. Kilgore and Miss Ettie Hargadine of
Bill presented: M. Muller, $1.50. Referred,
A certain disciple of Escu.apius, residing comity are running night and day mid have
license in any
5. That we
A F ine A feair .—The Red Men s ball last Ashland were in town this week.
The annual report of the Recorder was ex-
not many thousand miles from Willow Sprin g«, some water to spare.
form for the sale oi liquor to be used as a bev-
Friday evening was a success in every particu
amined, approved and ordered ou tile.
Nort. Eddings is indisposed and Mr. Curtis undertook to relieve a choking cow bv cutting
J. G. Bi rd «ev was up from the Foot’s creek
lar. The attendance was large au l every bus taken his place upon the box.
The jietition of Smith A Waisman, asking a
the jugular vein of the animal. He succeeded. mining district this week, lie says that the
thing jiassed off' finely. Splendid music was
>ur legislature the pa«sa :e of a I
reini.- ion of road tax, was laid upon the table
Jesse Gage, an old resident of this county,
Scheid Bros., of \ n-ka, Cal., are manufac miners of that section have been unable to to a vote of the iieople, irresjiecl
furnished by Messrs. Scott, Luy, Schmidt and
The Recorder was ordere.l to post tiotic
has removed to the Umpqua valley.
candy every day. Their stock is tin- do more than a few d ivs’ work this season, question of prohibit ion.
Brown, while the supper prewired by Grob &
a town election on March 4tli, 1879, poll., f
7. That we hereby pledge ourselves to co
S. P. Hanna, who severely sprained his an very best and is soldat liedrockprices. Dealers but that the ground prospects wed.
Ulrich was gotten up in excellent style ami
op: rate w ith all temperance organizalioiis and to be opened at the Town Hall at 10 o'clock a .
kle last week, is able to resume work.
in Southern Oregon should give them a trial.
The water fiirni»hed by the recent rains people throughout tne State for the further m , and closed at 4 o’clock r. w. L. J. C.
was duly appreciated.
flic protract, d meeting at Ashland is near
Several articles ami communications are lias dwindled down to nothing and work in ance of these principles.
Dunean, R. S. Dunlap and J. R. Neil were ap J. Ü. BUSSELL, PBOPLIETCU.
A F ine P uturf . —The last number of Wal ing a close. Forty converts are claimed.
.\djoiinicd till half-past six.
again crowded out this week. Such is the many of the dry diggings has necessarily
pointed judges of election ami Max Muller ami
lace’s Monthly contains an exce llent likeness of
been suspended. The mining season is des
('. \\ . Kahler as di rks.
But a small amount of school tax was re- rush of advertisements that another enlarge-
Jay Beach's thoroughbred trottiu. hors.-. Iris
Meeting called to order by the chairman.
meiit of the T imes would hardly lie out of or
II E UNI ERSIGNED, BEING s T. m
turned a« delinquent by the School Clerk.
The Board then adjourned.
engraveil from a photograph taken by J. \\ .
tiotied at Ashland again, Las turned his
Keaton A Klippel, on Doorman's creek,
Singing, “Gathering for the Conflict,'* in
Charley Kohn, Schultz A Van Bargen’s Re
Riggs of Ashland, and is withal a fine picture.
are enabled to work a few hours eieh day w hich all present joined with a will.
Ai i,>t rriT.ii. The jury in the case of the entile attention to Ilio
The “Riverside,'' published at Independence.
by catching the water in a reservoir. The
An interesting article on the raising of horses nial traveling agent, was in town this week.
Committee on permanent organization re- Statu va. Jeremiah Elliott, Andrew Elliott and
county.says: J. IL Penn, of Jacksonville, miiiers in that section, as well as elsewhere,
in Oregon, from the pen of Mr. B xclx also ap-
Frank Williams, 1 under indictment for larceny,
i* fully prepared to fill nil orders in
1 7i - ISe.; Eastern Oregon spring, ll’ific 18c. I’ lb.
are well prepared for extensive opetations.
pears in the same number of that jieriodical.
This !> >dy shall be known a« the Union Tem ha* ing disagreed, , a separate trial was ; granted this line ** it 11 tieatne»« and disputi li and at
partment of Reiss & Ilro.'s hardware establi-.h-
Fiank Enni«. superintendent of the Ster perance Lea lie. whose officers shall be .1 presi each of the defendants. Accordingly, it was prices to suit the times.
The grass having started on the Desert,
P resbyterian C iiuri h . -Jacksonville will many thousand sheep are now pastured there. ment.
ling company'« diggings, informs ns that dent and secretary.
agreed to go on with the proceedings at t once M< »Nl’M EN IS. TABLETS, 11 FA I >T< 'NFS
It shall be. the duty of the President to pre
in due course of time receive the addition of
The roads being I very rough in places, the work is progressing there, with the ditch
try the case of J. Elliott first. A jury
District Attorney Neil is suffering from a
another church bull Tin •, as we learn that the
stages lay over at Levins' and at Yreka tor about two-thirds toll. Til» new derrick side at a’l meetings of said society and perform w as empaneled without much difficulty and Executed in anv description of marble,
such other duties as generally devolve upon
Every variety of cemetery mid other stone
severe cold, w hich has taken effect in his face.
Presbyterians of this place and vicinity have
the iii.'ht. \\ ith the Weather now prevailing, works to perfection and expedites operat ions said officer of similar societies.
The prosecu- work executed in a satisfactory manner.
We learn that Geo. Sehumpf w ill add an it is not probable that this arrangement will wonderfully.
the construction of one in view. Some months
It shall be the duty of the secretary to keep tion M as i re inforced by the services of J. F. Special attention given to orders from any
part oi Southern < »regoli. Address
»go the lots opposite St. Mary's Academy other story to his place of business next sea continue long.
It was tlu intention, of Superintendent the minutes of all meetings of said society and Gazlcy, and
Messrs. Kelsay and Autenrieth
J. IL RUSSELL, Ashland, Or.
conduct correspondence as by the society di
were purchased tor a site, and since that time son.
The accounts and notes due Bilker's hard
were enga cd to assist Messrs. Jones and
,$3,000 have been subwiibed to the building
W. S. M oss, of the “Mercury,” left us on ware store have been placed in the han Is of ('. mence piping on Wednesday last. The
Any person may become a member of tile Kahler in the defense. .After a thorough ex- “LIVS AND LET LIVE!”
Sunday List for Coos Bay. He did well w hile W. Kahler for collection, and those indebted damage done the ditch by slides has been Union Temperance League by suhscriliing to
fund, we learn.
amination of a host of m itnesses, the ease final
repaired and everything is in good working the following obligation: I do of my own free
N ew F orwarding A gent . We last Friday
■ will, in the belief of Almighty God and in the ly *vent to the jury Wednesday afternoon. I
order once more.
this desire to save costs.
presence of these witnesses, solemnly promise After five hours of deliberation the jurors ar
received a call from H. L. Murton, who lias 1
The minors who have reservoirs arc en to abstain forever from the use of all spirituous
S. Plymale is in our midst, working up busi-
rived at a conclusion and returned a verdiet of
just embarked in the forwarding business at
abled to run a few hours each day. This liquors, as a beverage, and that I will discoun
^JITUATED FIFTEEN MILES SOUTH
ness. He intends to engage in forwarding at
Roseburg. As will be seen by advertisement sented.
fact is an argument in favor of tlieir-con- tenance in all lav. fill way .; their make or sale not guilty. These cases will cost the county H <>f Jacksonville, and l’j miles north of
A great portion of Phcenix was down this Roseburg and is perfecting arrangements by
several hundred dollars each.
elsewhere, he has the best of references. More
A bland, are prej tired to do
struction by all engaged in mining. They in all countries.
This socictv or league shall tiieet from time
over, Mr. Murton is a good business man and week attending Court as w itnesses in the Fili ' which he can give shippers the lowest rates are cspeeiallv serviceable in mild Winters
E vans (’ reek I tems . A correspondent un
Merchant and Exchange Business.
' to time, as the vote ot said society may direct.
and the best of satisfaction.
a practical warehouseman, lie has ample ac- ott case.
like ihe present one.
It was then moved that this convention again
FLOUR. GRAHAM, CORNMEAL AND
-coinmodations and will spare no paius to give
A hotel ¡slicing built on Brigg« creek for the ' Qaitj a number of f sheep
have died since the
Reports from the Steam B ‘er mines, situ
FEED AT BEDROCK 1’1U< EK.
on the tenth dav of May, 1 <870, at the tributaries of Evans Creek are busy ground
• entire satisfaction.
nrvoininodation ot the Silver creek travel by a winter sexsnii set in, owing to fe< 1 being ated on Grave creekand owne 1 bv Criteser,
sluicing. . . .The farmers have l»een engaged in
.36 pound« of flour, 2 pounds shorts and 8
, scarce and to the prevalence of scab. Geo. L. Rast A P.odetiberg, are to the effect that a
K eep the B ali . M oving . Printed subscrip
i The Rev. W . T. Chapman was then intro- ploughing and seeding with all their forces. pounds bran given jut bushel of good wheat«
good head of water is now running through
The annual election for directors and clerks 1
tion lists have l>een distributed among the va
duced and proceeded to deliver an address of Grain sowed in the Fall is eotning out and Will sack flour customers furnishingsacks,
w ill take place in the various school districts .«beep ou shares, lost over half of u band of the di'e.li. The company is now mining
growing tine... .The snow has left the niotin- Sacks w ith our new et roil them furnished
rious members of the committee appointed to
at low rales.
dav and night, piping against a belt of blue much interest.
solicit funds for a preliminary survey of a nar
Mv brother, <1. F. Billings, will have
Oil motion, a vote of thanks was tendered tain-tops in tins region... .The school clerk has
11 icginlHitham Bros, have the construction] Yesterday evening a pleasant party occurred
been taking the census of this district. No. 35, charge of I lie business, being assisted i».y
row gauge railw ay to the sea, and it b - to be
The road to Sil ver creek is now open and the sjieaker.
competent millers. Every! I«»mr warranted
hojied that no time w ill bj lost or exertion
Election of officers then being in order, the ami reports 5G scholars and 37 voters. No as represented. SARAH A. FARNHAM.
i on the occasion of the birthday of that gentle
teacher yet... .Curtis Manning, a miner on the
snared upon the part of anyone in making up contemplation.
I man's eldest daughter, Miss Alice. Quite a into that region. A few have returned after convention proceeded to elect Such officers,
The challenge issued l>y-the Ashland basc-
the sum necessary. If wc desire a railroad we
supplies and give a favorable account of which resulted in the election of J. L. ('urryas head of Grave Creek, had his lift leg broken be
FOR SALE !
number of young people from town Were in at
low the knee on the PJth inSt. Dr. Danforth
must act promptly and decisively in the prem ballers has been accepted l»v the Jacksonville
those mines. The molting snow lias raised president and ('lias. 11. Gillette as secretary.
I toys, we learn.
the waters of the creek so high as to render
On motion, a central committee was appoint was sent for to relieve the sufferer. The acci
THE EVANS CREEK SAW Mill,
Several enquiring friends anj anxious tn
In the suit of L>r. E. A. Jolies vs. C. U. , effective mining impossible for the present. ed, consisting of one memlier from each lodge dent w as caused by a cave while he was mining
A pplegate M ail R oute .—Assurance has
QITUATEI» THREE MILKS FROM Tilll
Work on the Grand Applegate ditch has in Jackson county, as follows: L. F. W illits
been received from Washington that the ma J know of the whereabouts of .John A. Moon, Snider of Lakeview, tried in the Circuit Court
itioiitli of Evans <'i*Pek. There is a never
ner creek, arc at the house of 8. J. Mteckel on
route from this place to N. W right s on Big
water-power, with :t substantial dam
Evidence is living taken before the County $300 was given the plaintiff*. Ten thousand to lumber for fluming purpose«. Win. Hea ot Lone Oak; E> ht Emery of Ea.de Point; II. a visit.
and race, <'‘>11111 eted with the null. Tile mill
Applegate w ill I ms established. The parties
ley has gone to Roseburg to consult Messrs. R. Brown of Snowv Butte; Thomas t'arr of
T own E i . f . ition . Next Tuesday will I m - is2ixi«ie.‘i in «i/.e. i*npal 1 Io 1 >1 cutting 12<l
recommended for ]>o.«tmasters at Sterling, Ln- Clerk in relation to a contest for certain land in dollars was the amount sued for. Au appeal
feet an hour. Evi-rvtliuig is in good run
Willis, Abram« and Levins in the premises Rogue River; Ralph Deane of Willow Springs»
held the annual election for town officers. ning order and coil veilii-llt I V rigged.
iontown and Wright's have been supplied with the Jackass district.
and it is believe I that m itter« can be satis John Sizemore of Table Rock.
The expenses of the present term of the
T erms • heap l«»r 1 a«li. For fun her par-
Five Trustees, a Marshal, Recorder and Treas
blank statements through postmaster Max
W in. (’aril, division agent, made his aj>-
factorily arranged without any serious
lai« enquire of the undersigned at tlm
urer are to be elected. By virtue of a change
Muller of th is place. When these are tilled pearance in town 'ast Wednesday. He reports
delay to the work under way.
mill oral iris residcnUe.
tal music, to the satisfaction of all present.
in the charter made by the last legislature
• out and returned, orders will lie at mice given the roads improving.
S..I. STECK EL.
Had Southern Oregon been blessed with
On motion, the secretary was instructed to the new lloard of Trustees will ap]M>int the
ti'GlarJy pleased at the outlook; but, as there
Evans Creek. Nov. 8, I«“«,
to commence the service.
Geo. II. Young, Street Commissioner, is
an afiundanoe of rain this season, incalcu furnish a copy of the minutes to each of our
is no escajie therefrom, are naturally disposed
Street Commissioner, heretofore an elective of
making some substantial improvements on the
lable benefits would have resulted. The county papers and to the “Valley Fountain, "
P etit oil in C iruulation .— A petition to in
to grin and bear it.
ficer. Four candidates are willing to serve
miners were prepared to take out hundreds
streets and crosswalks.
ith a request to publish.
crease the mail serv ice betM een Ashland and
country in the capacity of Marshal; but
Chas. A. Goggswell, of Lakeview, passed ' of thousands of dollars, a considerable por
The projierty of Ashland has been assessed
Lakeview from six times to seven times a week
the balance of the offices being ones more of
through town this week en route home from tion of which would have found its way in
Piayer by Rev. W. T. (Tiapman.
ami to reduce the schedule tune has ls'i ii in at Sl22,(i<M». after allowing an exemption of Portland. He says the present season has
honor than of perquisites, few seem w illing to
Convention then adjourned.
■circulation this Meek aud received many signa .$300 to each householder.
make a contest for them.
I m •en a favorable one for the Willamette valley, prove a serious injury to the best inter
WLHIl A HrIItMEl.. I'KOI’aiI'.IOKM;
A. D. HELMAN, Ch'n.
tures. Another petition, praying for a reduc-
The marriage of Frank Krause »nil Miss though more cold weather was experienced ests of this section.
T he W aldo M nil S ervice . - An anonymous
C has . 11. G illette , Sec y.
ition ef the schedule time on Pat. McMahon's Mollie Bilger of this place is announced for than is usually the case tlmre.
('apt. Kelly returned from T.eland the
correspondent, writing from Waldo to the
¡route from t*velve to ten hours, is aliout to lie next Wednesday evening.
From Dr. Danforth, who returned from a other day, where lie has been attending a
P robate ( ouirr.- Ihe following has been Crescent City “Courier,” refers to the manner HMIls POPI LAR RESORT. UNDER THK
•circulated. Both of these changes m ill be sat
I now inanageiiieiit. isI'lirntshing the liest
The people along Rogue river, np to Deskins' professional visit to Grave creek one day this meeting of the stockholders of the (»rave
transacted in this Court Judge Dav presiding in which the mail is carried from the former brand« of liquor«, w ine« and eigars. The
isfactory to the public as well as Lcneticial to ir.ni. are anxious for a mail route and will ]>eti-
week, Me learn that the roads are in a fright- (’reek Ihtc’i Mining ('ompanv. An assess
since our last report:
place to Jacksonville. Hi« strictures, we are re i bnu laide is supplied w ith F.:i«lern pei i-
tion the authorities for one.
ful condition, though improving, There is ment of four cents per share was levied.
In the matter uf the estate of (). D. Hoxie, assured, are unjust. Since Mr. Garrett took odieal« and leading paper.« of the Coast.
Samuel Brings, for many years a resident of much snow on the lrcnntains in that vicinity. 'I ho company expect« to complete the ditch deceived. II. S. Dunlap, .las. Hamlin ami F. charge of the line we have every reason to be < five me a cull.
A Busr T ime .—Daring the last few weeks
from ('lark creek in a few weeks, which will
we had the pleasure of meeting many old Uniontown precinct, died at the County Hos The miiiers have plenty of water and are doing
Heller appointed appraisers.
lieve that the mail lias Isen carre 1 strictly >n NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
afford them an ample supply of Wii-
friends and patron» from the country m iio were pital last Sunday from paralvsis.
In the mat ter of the < siate of U. S. Ilayden. schedule, tune;
ter for several months in the year, The h.v-
in attendance u|M>n Court, either a» jurymen,
The ground is not wet through to a great
Alex. Martiu will next July assume a half draulic pipe is now on the ground and w ill deceased; probate uf will. W in. Hoffman ami
aving dfj idf . d on discontinu -
R eal E state T ransactons . -The following
witnesses or litigants. The term has drawn dept’n, the heavy frosts of this season having interest in the stage line running from Carson soon be put into posit ion.
Theo. Cameron app<hnt< <1 executors of said
ing (lie Forwnrdiug Eu«mcsx, wo <l<i-
«irc to give notice that from and after tlid
to a close and many genial faces have disap- drawn out much of the moisture.
estate, without Lunds, and Max. Muller, E. deeds have been recorded in the County Clerk s
City, Nev., to Bodie, a rich and very promis
lötIi < f February next **» will not receive
oilice since the last issue of the T imes :
peared from our streets aud returned to they
( lose of T erm .—’¡’he winter term of the I). loud ray and 1. (>. R.ames a ppraiiers.
ing mining district just across the. ( alifornia
any more Freight into our Warelioiixe.
Ashland Academy close.« to-day. The “Tid-
respective avocations, Although the W inter
All persons in arrears tor Freight ('liargca
e perfect beauties. Mr. Britt has one of the line. Il is family will reside in Oakland, < al. in.s" say« it is not yet decided whether the
I or S alem . Sheriff By I >ee started for Salem 120 acres on Antelope. Consideration, .’*1'00.
are reques'.ed to make immediate payim'ut.
has been unpropitious for miners as well as
Mr. Alartin has our be»t wishes fur unlimited
For the ......... nimoda' ion of those wii<> 11* »
ic.-t conservatories in the State.
Frank Krause to Win. M. Turner, one-hall
school will he continued bv the present mana lust Sunday with Sim. Rath who, as mir read
others, thus far, none «••l ined to la* discour-
success in his undertaking.
in and about Jacksonville, by kind c'onaent,
N. W . Garretson, of the Oregon Mutual
aged, hut all expressed theinrelves willing to
i gers. as they have not yet been able to agree
Mr. Max Muller will receive ami receipt for
Cayotes are very troublesome in many por
s. m a ;: ks a co .
w ith the o.vncr upon terms of rent. It is to b. finement in the Penitentiary for his natural ville'. Consideration, $1.000,
await the "good time coming” Mlien Jupiter Fire Insurance < ompany, an institution or-
tions of the county. Bird<ey A Mathis, m ho
Roseburg. Jan. 29, 1«7'».
1’lnvius shall be more lavish w ith liis favors. ganizeil on a new plan, is in town.
F ortun ate E.« i h ’E. —J. G. Norton, of Eden
keep tlu ir sheep on the range back oi D. N.
ami is evident!} well satisfied with his provi
had a narrow escape from a serious
isrr»zr.*Ni S uit . A suit hxs been begun in
Strayci or Stolen.
dent csea;>e from the gallows. His wife does
other day. While using a mat
the U. S. Circuit Court against W. C. Gris-
not seem to take kindly to the separation.
tock, it caught on a clothes-line that had lie- / iNE (THXrXl'T KttlHlEL MARE 12
“varmints." Some effective measures toward
wold, Jane 0. Griswold, James M. Adams, best shape and at the lowest rates.
displaced and, in its descent, struck him * f or 14 years old. willi bald face, hind
exterminating these pests should lie adopted
W. S. Lsuld, A. Bush, W. L. Hill, IL
Pleenix is certain to improve considerably
V ali »RLE B one «. A. B. Covalt, agent of a severe blow on the head. Fortunately the loot white to paott-m joint, badly «adtLu«
marked. Had xxltli her a last Spring 1*0).f
Y. Thompson, G. H. Durham. Thomas Mauzy, during the present year. The construction of at once.
the Pacific Mutual Instil.moe
( -’ '< ompany, threat- implement M as dull and inflicted slight though «ot rel in color, bind feet white to liock joint,
Of the Pintos taken to the Yakima reserva
E. Chamberlain, M
several buildings is contemplated.
eus to sue th; (>. A (’. Stage
filazed (ace. Al«'» a bay till* , two year« old
< ( ". tor damages painful injuries.
den M’. H. Holmes, A. Kelly, J. W. Nesmith
tion from Southeastern Oregon, the Olympia
an i |>a«t, fnaiided M on lefi shoulder, Wi'lt
received by an accident which I happened about
Reames Bros., agents of the Royal, Norw ich
H elig I oi s . L-nt ii mimenceu on Uv- 26;li <li imoiid «:ar in forehead. I will pay a i I mt -
and W. J. Woodworth, for an injunction and
••Transcript” says: It cost« $709 a day to feed
a year since, while returning from this « place
¡list., which was Ash Wednesday. There will al rew ard for any infonna'i hi tlm’Win lead
receiver to protect the intcre-t.« of the United
these vagabonds and their ponies, and as much
P etition S ent O n . Governor Thayer is the JI ■ has the certificate uf a physician to
to 1 heir recovery.
have our thanks for a neat calendar.
be regular services at the Catholic Church dur
States in the Griswold prop rty. A prelimina
more to take care of them. They lmrn fifteen recipient of apetition from this section request
ill it lie has eight ribs broken, and wants to re
ing the season, m hicli lasts forty days;
Correspondents w ill oblige the printer by cords of Mood a day to cook their ‘ mucka- ing the appointment of T. G. Kearnes of Jack
ry order has been granted by the court that de
cover damages at the rate of SI25 per rib.
fendants show cause, if any thera is, why the writtug w ith ink plainly and on one side of the muck” and toast their shins. They have a sonville as Brigadier-General for this district.
Farms for Sale.
A djourned .—Circuit Court adjourned yes
injunction should not l»e issued in accordance paper only. In giving proper names take thousand ponies to feed, for which the • »olden- His Excellency will doubtless act ii | mhi it im-
Bear terday after a continuous session of almost
Persons desiring to purchase good farm»
with the prayer of the bill, which was tried special care to write legibly. Correspondence dale mill has just ground two thousand bush lm d ately, and favorably also, aa the apiniiut-
were i three weeks. The tax-payers brcatlie . « .1C-
of any -ize will do veil to enquire of
ineut would lx. a «.redita! k- one.
from all iiarts ot the country is solicited.
els of grain.
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon,
Plain and Fancy Candies, Nuts, Etc.
ASHLAND AitRBLE WORKS.