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..MARCH 7, 1879.
Concert this evening.
Read the new advertisements.
The stage from the south mired down near
John Orth’s farm a few nights ago and the
i driver was obliged to come to town fur fresh
St. Patrick's Day ccmes next.
The welcome rain.
Miners are happy’ now.
A large attendance was ¡»resent at the annual
Wo are having a fine time for putting in
school meeting held in this «listrict last Mon i grain, which is about completed.
day. J. R. Neil, Chairman of the Board of
Stock of all kinds is doing very well.
Directors, Called the meeting tu order and sta
Cattle have left the chapparel and are going
ted its object.
the young grass. If they are fed two
Henry Klip¡»el, School Clerk, submit-
of hay a day per head the chapparel
ted the following report of finances for the
litem. Several head died here this
past year, which was accepted and ordered
W inter by eating nothing but chapparel; but,
cattle had not eaten any, three times as many
Bal.4n.ce on hand Apni 1, 1878...........$
wotlld have died.
Received from delinquent tax-roll of
G. W. IsaAcs drove up» about 60 head of
Non-resident pitpils for quarter end
yesterday that he bought in the valley.
ing June, 1878.........
Last year’s rate-bill. . .
393 61 He is going to send all his cattle cast of the
Non-resident pupils for quarter end-
I mountains this Spring.
ing Decemlier, 1878.
Joseph Swingle is here from Langell s valley.
Resident pupils for quarter ending
159 00 He is having some grain put in on one of his
Tax-roll for 1878 79.....................
1.239 47 upper ranches.
Non-resident ¡»upils for quarter end
Our district school has just closed. It was
ing March, 1879................................
Resilient ¡»upils f«»r quarter ending
taiight by Simon McCallister, w ho gave good
March, 1879................. ...................
satisfaction. He commences a subscription
school again to-morrow.
EATON—Near Jacksonville, March 1st, Id
the WHO <»f Win. Eaton. A r’anrOter.
The mining outlook is more favorable.
The Spring fights opened out in goo«i style
NZW THIS WEEK.
Copp's Hand-book of Mining Law, stand
Local correspondence solicited.
last Friday ami were followed by .«¡»ring races
the next day. Crops never fail in Southern ard authority, is for sale at the T im es office.
The wo«»l market is unchanged.
Notice to Stockholders
The storms of the past week raised the
I Taxes are coining in very slowly.
Dr. J. W. I »binson has removed his office various streams considerably and enabled
yOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
C ome and S ee V s .—We are sending out
The stages arrive at about midnight.
I n meeting of stockholders of the Rising
the miners to do some work.
statements of account to those indebted to the
Star Gold and Si! ver M ining Company will
Plenty of wind, rain and snow this week.
W. Berry as a millinery store, where he may
Kubll A Bolt are actively At work on
be held at theiruiliee in Jacksonville oil Sat’
T imes office and request an immediate resjion.se.
Farris’ gulch and making the host of the
unlay, April 12th, 1S79, At otto o’clock f.
1 he County Hospital has nine occupants.
By order of
A. C. JONliS-, President.
B onds F iled .—B. C. Goddard this week
'The youngest «laughter of Daniel Reynolds, . short run that is now promised.
Hogue river and Bearcreek áre booming and
E D. E i H' pkay , Secretary.
filed his bonds as Assessor, in the sufa of $5,000, still raising.
of Table Rock, had her leg broken by a fall
D. IL Burroughs has sold his diggings on
with Jacob Ish ami E. K. Anderson as sure
of the tributaries of Cow creek to D. A.
T. (¡. Dews of Applt'gate is lying seriously ill
I.evens, of Canyonville, for $2,000.
ties. Mr. Goddard will immediately com with brain fever.
i last accounts.
! Wesley Mitchell, a prominent citizen of Ash.
mence the assessment of the county.
A new and promising channel of blue
H. L. Murton lias rented J. C. Floed’s ware- I
gravel has been discovered in the Cayote
FORWARDING AND SHIPPING
A ccident .—A. 0. Eckilson, while moving a house at Roseburg-.
•about a week with lung fever. Mr. Mitchell creek diggings, back of thn old O’Shea
boulder at the Hamilton diggings the other
I le- farmer has about finished seeding and is
i was about 40 years old.
day, struck his foot w ith the pick he was US- consequently happy.
! Mass for the repose of the soul of the late A meeting of the stockholders of tlieRising
ing, inflicting painful though fortunately not
Nliss Minnie Dewitt of Y reka is visiting
star Gob! and Silver Mining Company w ill
: Hubert Blanclmt, w ho died at Quebec, Canada,
■serious injuries. Hu was improving at last friends in this section.
ths 7th ult., was held at the Catholic be held in Jacksonville on April 12th, See
PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALB
i notice elsewhere.
Mr«. Dr. Robinson is seriously indispose«!, . Church last Wednes«tay.
business entrusted to him. Charges
'The Good Templars of Snowy Butte Lodge reasonable and satisfaction guaianteed.
T he B ook of D avid .—The report of the In we are sorry to learn.
Dr. Will. Jackson left for Ashland Tuesday creek, Star Gulch and Little Applegate are
. .$ r, 25 No. 335 had a festival here on Monday last. Mark yonr goods in care of 8; P., Rose
vestigating Committee lias made its appearance
Breekenfeld has a tine st«»ck of goods. Don’t 1 <>ti a professional visit, to begone several «lavs.
up and furnish the miners in that vicinity Labor.......... .
They had a way-up time. J. B. Rigdon of
tn this place, but is in the bands of a favored fail to give him a call.
He is a first-class-artisan, ami does the best a liberal supply of water.
G. Karewskr, clialk........
1 25 I
few. However, those desiring copies of this
Alice Hanley, teacher...
Everybo<ly should take his county ¡»ajier in work at r«‘asonal>le rates.
... 40 00 Ashland delivered a lecture, and S. McCallister
Will. Hunter, who has just returned from Kate 'Thornton
Work can obtain them by sending the necessary ¡»reference to any other.
... 150 00 and others spoke on the Temperance «piestion.
Another party left Ashlaml for Silver ereek Applegate, says a rumor is in circulation > Q Willits
. .. IS!) (HI W ith lectures, comnu nts. recitations and dia In tho matter of the estate of Matthew
shekels to E. M. Waite of Salem.
1 (■. Karewski received 205,000 pounds of this week ami others are likely to follow. 'The there to the effect that a $2,007-nugget has P. J. Ryan, merchandise......
4 00 logues, all interspersed w ith excellent music,
I). Linn, turnstile.............
yOTJCE IS JIEKEBY GIVEN THAI*
excitement over these mines is said to be high been found on Silver creek.
T he A s HLAND-L a KEVIXW SERVICE. — M. [ merchandise last year.
it rushed them to get through with the Is the tinder*'gnod has been appointed by
E. 1». Foudray, clerk’s fees....
Tidwell, mail contractor, was in town this
S. Plymale ami .Miss Lucy Burnett returned er there than anywhere else.
Superintendent Ennis informs us that pip • I. H. Huller, assessing district etc...
25 68 programme. 'I lie singing was conducted by the County Co,, t if .Jackson conntv. Ore
week. He is buying stock for hi* line, which to Roseburg Tuesilay night.
J. C. McCully killed a large catamount on ing is progressing day and night at the Ster T imes ollie«?, schedules and receipts..
II 50 Prof. Clift. 1 he Misses Browns granted them gon, sitting in prol ite. Administratrix of
the estate of Malikov Fountain, deceased.
he intends putting in good order for effective
1 he late rain# have raised the streams and the Humphrey place last Wednesday This ani ling diggings, with the ditch supplying a
the use of their organ. Dr. Devis and John
All persons indebted to said estate are re
service. Mr. Colwell says he is meeting w ith ducks are becoming plentiful.
mal ha«l been ¡»laying sad havoc with the good bead of water at present.
Nichols ami two others were the violinists. quested t>> settle the same immediately, and
much ojqsisition, but he will do the best he can
having claims against the estate will
The Sterling Company will build a num
120 (Ml After the exercises an excellent supper was those
The signs w ere favorable for the continu- , sheep of that vicinity of late.
present them with the proper vonchvrs to
in the premises.
partaken of. Many said they never had a bet- me at my residenci* on A ntelopc creek. Jack*
M. A. Houston, of Table Rock, was intown her of reservoirs this year. The mild Win
ance of the storm as we w ent to press.
ter that has been experienced thus far J. W. Merritt
ter time on Butte creek. But the young }»«•<>- son county, < »regoli, wit bin six months after
A N arrow Es« Art. -The youngest daugh
A neat fence is being ¡»laced around the resi- i
J. If. llutl’i-r, collecting taxes. . . .
62 i »
ty have about finished se« ding and that early- pioves them to bo almost a necessity.
•> 50 pie were not satisfied yet. Alter the festival the first publication of this notice.
ter of Robt. Bannister, of Applegate, aged denceof Herman Helms by Tims. Snee.
E. B. Watson, clerk's (<■<•«..........
Frank Ennis returned from Galice Creek A. Hubbell, saw ing wood. .....
sown grain is grow ing finely.
4 50 was ended ami supper over, ■, they prevailed on
about five years, narrowly cscajied a terrible
Administiutrix of said estate-.
R. Benedict lost his tine Vermont stallion
n Fisher, merchandise..............
3 75 the fiddlers t< i stay ami then «lanced till about
Dated Marell 7, H79.
death by drinking a quantity of strong lye the
The Jacksonville Amateur Association is yesterday. He reports a heavy snow-storm h . Klipj«!, clerk’s per cent. . . .
the other day. lie diyd of lung fever.
— - / 25 1 o'clock A. M.
F armer .
other day. Dr. Aiken, who is in attendance,
now actively engage«! in preparing for the en
The late rains have not improved the roads
water, and everybody busily at work.
Brow nsborotigli, Feb. 26, 1879.
informs us that hej condition is somewhat im
tertainments it has hi view ami which will
perceptibly and travel is therefore light.
Balance on hand . ...
proved and she may possibly recover.
J. B. Saltmarsh informs us that the min
coinè off sometime this month.
L ower A pplegate I tems .- The miners in
Capt. Barnes ami Jas. Helms are now en-
ers of Sterling (the driest eamp in this sec
$2,410 55 these |»rt* are feeling cheerful.... Haw kett,
T he N arrow G acge R ailroad . —A corre gaged in purchasing calves in this market.
forepart of the week, much to the discomfit tion) are now enabled to commence opera
-After the reading of the report, the election Bybee A ('<>. s claims commenced running
spondent says the entrance to Rogue river is in
tions, the late rains having furnished a
The streams in Josephine county are high ure of the Mongolians and the
of one director to succeed J. R. Neil was pro both giants on the 10th ult. Mr. llawkett*
good condition. The channel is perfectly ami water for mining ¡»ur¡x»ses is abundant.
fair supply’ of water.
ceeded to, with the following result: T. B. looks to be three feet taller than he did 10 days
straight, with twenty feet of water on the bar
The scarcity of water compelled tho
Kent, 23; J. R. Neil. 17; W. Jackson, 2;'E. ago... .Johnson A Carson, on Oscar creek, aie
at low tide, so that vessels of lmwlerate draft
Centennial company’ at Willow Springs to
I ». Fomlray, 1. 1'. B. Kent was declared elect running with a full head of water with good
tin* whip, was in town this week,
can enter the river in jnirfect safety. This is
abandon its pipe and resort to ground
prospects. . .'There is an unknown disease prev
another argument in favor of the practicabil
The sihool and town elections elicited con suine his place on the box in a few «lays, hav sluicing for a time; but it was not continued ed,
alent here, which is killing off the horses.
ity of the route to the sea.
long. Piping is again progressing.
siderable interest ami called out «¡nite a full
The first symptoms is a stagger, like the blind
Ur. Aikett reports th«' case of diphtheria iti
D. C. Courtney has returned from Linn
staggers. Some of them have fits and bite
N ew H otel . (’. W. Savage intends trans
The meeting then adjourned.
Plymale’s livery stable is being improved in J. G. Neil’s family, of which the'T imes inaile county, whore ho has ticen prospecting a i
themselves, their hind legs spread apart and
forming the New State building into a first-
various ways. Several box-stalls have been
l*r«>cee:lIngs ot the Boanl el' Trtiiteen. seem to lie stiff all over.
'The most singular Of the Best Native Wool,
class Rsirding-liouse l»efore long. A spacious
ture. No fears need therefore be entertained. holds the principal interest, He is very
to eat as long as
dining-room and a ladies’ parlor will be fitted
Snow fell to a depth of about five inch s on sanguine that his venture will prove much
The City Council met on Tuesday evening.
— AND DISPOSINO OK THEM AT —
1. G. Reames, D. D. G. M , ¡»aid Ashland
up in the lower story, while the upper floor
of a sitecess.
very few have been cured so far. John Wells’
will lie used for sleeping apartments. The bar Loilge of Masons an official visit yesterday
Robb, Eckelson «V Co., at tho Hamilton President Linn in the chair.
furnished eofisiderablu water as it went and
THE MOST REASONABLE RATES.
stallion was taken with it a few days ago and i
is the only feature of the present business that
was followed by a heavy rain the same night. diggings, accidentally discovered a new
Th«“ minutes of the previous meeting of the i
becatne so unmanageable that it was necessary I
Jay Beaeh’s thoroughbred horse Altanmnt
will be continued by Mr. Savage.
Uniontown school district elected F. M. channel back of the scene of former opera Board wei*‘ read and approved.
sh<M»t him....B. F. Sloan is very low with
w ill remain at F««rt Klamath during the coin
RDERS FROM A DISTAS« E WILL
'The President informed the Board that the consumption .... Early sow n grain was frozen
Smith as director ami Theo. Cameron as clerk tions the other day. It is said to prospect
A F avorable W eek .—The weather during ing season.
receive prompt attention. GlVEVUtt
last Monday. The directors desire to engage well and enhances tho value of tho mi ne meeting was called for the purpose of canvass out and there won’t be more than half a crop.
GOODS A TRIAL.
the past week has been very acceptable to the
Printing in colors and fancy job work of every
ing the returns of tin1 election for town officers, Farmers are about done seeding.
whole community. Enough rain lias fallen to «lescription execute«! at the 'T ime .* office on rea the services of an experienced teacher at once.
The present month promises to be more which, being theretqion canvassed, showed the
| J. G. Norton was last M«»mlay elect««! as di
furnish the miners with a liberal supply of wa sonable terms.
favorable for onr mining population than follow ing as the result:
P robate (’ curt .—1 he following proceedings
W. H. ATKINSON,Secretary»
rector for North Pho'iiix school district ami S.
ter, while the fanner who has his grain sown is
A. J. Grimes, having lately taker unto him ('. Taylor as clerk. J. \V. Plymire was chosen either of the past three, In tlm belief that
also benefited much thereby; nor does the
self a wife, is now constructing a fe.-ziJence on director for the Bear creek district and J. Ricli- ‘'a half loaf is better than no bread” our votes; N. Langell, IOS; John Orth, 106; T. J.
In the matter of the estate of Win. IL
stock raiser complain. Should the storm con
miners will receive this assurance with
deceased. Final statement of Ar-
tinue, the good to be derived therefrom will be
teneCia Merriman approved and executrix dis
David Cronemiller, 61; T. G. l’eames, 108; M. charged.
W. T. I .eeke, of Ashland, who has been I The County Commissioners will, at their
The «qnavv Lake Ditch
- —— - -
Mensor, 47; M. Caton, 19; George Brown, 20.
q'lite ill :<>r sometime past, is convalescent, we next tertn, bi* petitione<l to establish a County
In the matter of the estate of Jos. Cox, de
meticcd piping last Monday, Superintend-
Sale of real property confirmed.
A C reii TT aule S howix «;. — It is estimated are pleased to hear.
! roa«l leiuling from Armstrong's mill to the «li ent Klippel will make the most of tho op
In the matter of the «state of M. V. Vail,
that the money in the- hands of the school
Geo. F. .Merriman now occupies his new vide that separates Evans’ ami 'Trail Cfeeks, portunity and intends continuing active op
deceased. Final statement of G. Karew.ski
Tims. J. Kenney duly elected Trustees.
cleaSg, together with that derived from the blacksmith simp at ( cutral Point and is turn about six miles distant.
accepted ami administrator di-eiiargeil.
erations as long as water lasts. The ditch
For Recorder, J. II. 11 idler received 41 votes
ami t.he aunual apportionment made ing out good w* tx.
In the matter of the estate of Matthew
A couple of « ’.diloi i.m sh.irps, one of whom and paraphernalia aro in good working or
deceased. Sarah Fountain appoint
by-the Sch<M»l Super:iit -:i.i«-nt, will l>e sul’icieiit
Jas. M. Stow
¡was the S. F. “(’’nronicle” man, investili in der.
ed administratrix of said estate.
was declared duly elected Recorder.
to conduct the Jacksonville public school
Cor. Miner & Oregon Sts. Yreka,
A. A. Bussell, a pioneer miner of Jackson
l’eames beat sugar last week. 'This is anoth
Stow ¡»lace on I
in the m liter of th? estate of Ja'il?s Casey
For 'Treasurer, Henry Pajie received 162
through the scholastic year, which ends in
and ( has. ('.isev. deceased. James A .Cardwell
er evidence of the virtues ¡iossesse<l by that county, has discovered diggings near the
of Modoc county
votes, and was declared duly elected Treasurer. discharged as administrator of said estates.
June, without leaving any indebtedness of con
4 RE NOW MANUFACTURING
It is quite likely that the base-bailers of ¡ now well-known exjiectoiant.
For Marshal, J. 11. Ilyzer received .’»5 votes;
1 Drything in the line of
Jacksonville ami Ashlaml will not meet to- I ¡ Sheep are generally in|»»or comlition ami af-
R eal E state T ransactions . The follow ing
is now on a visit to this place, but will re-
N ew S chool lb>' se P roposed .—The voters morrow, as announced.
J lliete«! with scab, the past Winter having been
deeds have l>een recorde«l in the County Clerk’s
turn immediately and commence opera ing, 8 votes. Addison Helms was thereupon
of W agner creek school district on Monday
office since the last issue of the 'T imes :
Jos. VVetterer lias just completed the manu- ;
declared duly elected Marshal.
last, after electing John Holton director ami facture of 97 gallons of brandy in addition to has starteli th«' grass, however, ami they are
Heirs of Andrew ('aris to Peter W. Car:«,
In the matter of mining and excavating
I, N. Mnncv this week brought a ] piece of
acres <>f land, b. ing a portion of what is And will keep constantly on hand a fullas*
Carlos Goddard clerk, levied a tax of ten mills that previously ganged.
I ¡»icking up slowly though surely.
ore from the Tellurium mine, which may be grounds on Fifth street. It was. on motion, known as the Lewellyn donation claim. Con
for building ¡»urfioses. It is the intention to
T. B. Kent returned from Salem <>n Mon
ordered that the Street Commissioner notify sideration, $210.
The February number of the “West Shore”
builJ a commodious sc I km >1 house soon, the
James Elliott to John Linville, one acre hi
contains an engraving of Grater Lake from a day last. He gives a vivid description of th«' the. appearance of being quite rich, The the ¡»Arties, Smith .V Waisman, to ¡iroceed im
specifications of which have been draw n up by
precinct. Consideration. $80.
ledge is situated near (’anyonvillo and has
photograph by Peter Britt.
School Land (¡oinmissioncrs to E. B. Barron,
Hf C. Goiblard. The cost of the building.when
i («rave creek, that is not creditable to the au been thoroughly prospected. A quartz mill street made by them in mining on said street,
40 acres in Ashleml jireeinet. • 'rnsideration,
Ja*. Hamlin ami sons are collecting quite a
^»injileted, is estimated at .«lJMM). Such pul>-
thorities having them in charge.
Oregon deniers ill those ar
is in course of construction, which i.sexpect* and clear out the wed and lumber tfirrenn; s.’»0,
’lic-apiritedness is commendable.
Seillry A. Borough to John Hocki’njos, 40 ticles will find it to their advantage to trad 4
Lake county next Summer.
with ns. as they w ill always be able to ob
if sai l parties failed to comply with said order acres in T. 37, 2 W. ('onsi<ieration, .«60.
snperabnmlance of water on his mail route the farthest,
their goods FRESH and AS CHEAP
I n the F ield . —The Ashland Woolen Mill«,
Wm. Chambers and wife to P. J. Ry an, 10
In the Uoiinty Court, on the 34, the case
as they can be bought anywhere.
Geo. Oliver returned from Briggs’ creek, t<> proceed immediately himself and place said acres in T. 37, 3 W. Consideration, 875.
under the new* mana gem mt, aro miking rapid of J. W. Manning vs. W. II. St. (’lair, to re situ«» the lati' raitis. Vegetation is growing
finely ami the farmers ami stock-raisers of that seven miles this side of Silver creek, last str. et in good condition for the public travel at
strides into public taeor. A tine as-ortm nt cover money, was continued.
KCHKLD BROS., Yreka, Cal.
M VIHIMUNIAL. A pleasant ripple in social
seem satisfied With the prospec ts.
week. He says there are about thirty men the expense of said Smith A Waisman.
of blankets, tiinnels, eassimeres, doeskins ami
A. S. Moon of 'Table Rock last week pur-
circles occurred last Wednesday evening, upon
Miss Alice Cray, formerly of this county, at t ho mines in the latter region, and oth-
hosiery, in 11 _• from th • lest w > >1. is kept on
«‘li.ised Frank Ball’s baml of Angora goats,num- ami John Gray, an attorney of Boise
Cot’NTY Toi RT pROi EEOiNiis. The follow which oce’asion Frank Krause, of the "‘Oregon
hand and al lit ions thereto are being constant,
City, I ers are constantly arriving.
b< ring several humireil head.
ing business occurred in th s Court at the Sentinel,’’ ami Miss Mollie S. Bilger
T., ’ M ere unite l in matrimony on January 28th. Silver creek are
ly inmufactured. W ■ «‘ill attention to th«
Several good-sized March term thereof!
were joined in the bonds of matrimony,
alvertisein ‘ it el-c.v'i TC an I
a trial for tin
eremonv occurred at the residence of Joe
nuggets have been found by different par
marriage ceremony’ took place at
Pinkham, also well known in this section.
g > >1, the e >m;> i iy h u pbi I in the market.
ties and prospects aro generally favorable.
of Hon. P. I", l’rim in the pres-
H nn; institutions should by all m - ins be pat
We are in receipt of a lieautiftll, though
of the friends of the happy
H. M. Thatcher, of Linkville, is making our simple, song ami chorus entitled “Breath«-
Also the change in the road leading from couple, Rev. M. A. Williams tying the nup
town a pleacmt visit. He gives a favorable Them (luce Again,” by D. S. Hake«. The
fairly opened many of tho most available Pluenix to Eagle Point over the lands of J. N. tial knot. Miss Sophie Nickell and J. C. Mc
Rlt.lftl'MTS T rF.MS. Eld T M. Peterson will account ol atlairs in Lake county.
claims in that section will be taken up.
preach at the Willow Spr i‘M schoolhouse next
Viewers were apjminted in the matter of a Cully acted in the Capacity of bridesmaid ami
Besides those from Jackson and Josephine road leading up boot's creek, upon the petition groomsman. The bridal presents were numer
Sunday... .There w ill be regular services at the
Smith A Waisman, being ordered to till up counties, several miners from Del Norte of W. I,. ('olvig and others, to-wit: J. Bodge, ous and beautiful. Several hours were pleas
Catholic Church during L -it. ... R ‘V. A Hardi liver complaint for the past few years,has gone
excavations on Fifth street, , turned Daisy and Humboldt counties, Cal., are making J. II. Whipple, II. < '..¡iv ; with ( . •!. Howard antly spent, when the guests took their de- 7. H. R7SSELL, PRCPRIETOP,
son will occupy the pnlj.it of the M E. ' hurch
A (lock of eleven swans is rej»orte«l as hav ' creek into their drift yestenlay ami suspended their appearance there. The creek is said as surveyor.
in Jacksonville next Sunday.... Rev. D. A.
'The resignation of Jas. Helms, as Stqicrvisor partui^vaeh wishing the new ly-w edde.l pair a
Crowell preach 4 at Grants Pass last Sunday. ing taken lip permanent quarters among the , operations for the ¡»resent. \\ e have not to be twenty-five miles iti length, with good of Road District No. 3.was accepted and A. P. long and prosjierous journey through life.
HE T ND1 ’SIGNED, BEING STA-
1 learned whether they intoml I resuming work. ground the entire wav.
Talent appointed: also that >4 Franklin Wertz
Next Sabbath he will hold services at Sam s swab s in the center of this valley.
tioned at Ashland again, has turned hi»
Wrn. Healev, of tho Grand Applegate as Supervisor of District No. 3(), in whose
Valley. ...Rev. M. A. Williams has l»een in
Attention is called to the advertisement
Captain J. <?. Adams, First (’avalry, now at
mice C reek Iri tis. Our enrr-spondent, ! entire attention to ihn
place J. E. I Ian« y w as appointed.
vited to .K'cupv the pulpit of the Presbyterian Walla Walla, w ill succeed Captain Sla«ien as S. Plymale, w ho has enga- yd in the forward- Ditch Company, returned from Roseburg
The report of Jacob- Ish as Supervisor of K. H. G., writes as follows under dateof Feb !
Church at Ashland on Sun.lay.
i ing an 1 -hipping busin -s at Roseburg, Mr
D< i»ot (Quartermaster at Vancouver.
District No. ”5 was accepted and Mr. Ish re- ruary 2Sth: Since the rainy season has coni
i* fully prepared to fill ail order« in
menced the hydraulic gravel claims are in full 'hi* line with neatness and dispatch and al
Daniel Reynolds, of Table Rock, was Hi Plymale is a tlmrou.h business man ami will definite lias occurred between the company appointed.
'The petition of J. M. Black and other« fora
T own E lection .—Considerable interest was
town Tuestlay. He r<qx»rts stock as not «loin ■ louLtlcss give entire satisfaction. Patri iliiz.e and Jas. Herd regarding tho disagreement division of Little Butte precinct for election blast and miners all busy.. . About one-fourth price* to -mt the times.
manifested in the election for city officers last
mile of Ankeny & Co.’s ditch slid oil the tuouu M ' »N U M EN IS, 1 A BLETS, 11 LA I ST< )N ES
very well in that section at present.
upon the price of lumber for limning, and purposes was jiost|>oned.
Tuesday an l quite a full vote was polled. Nev
It is sai«l that nmre
tain last week. Several men are busy tluniing Execute«! in any de*cription of marble.
matters therefore remain in statu quo. No
I’. r»eschey i* «ligging up the dead trees en-
ertheless, the occasion pissed off without a dis
tains between Wahl«»,
the break....'The excitement about Silver Every variety <»t cemetery ami other «tone
serious delay in the progess of the enter
turbance t<> mar its peace. One hundred and «•¡riling the Court House ¡»remises ami
1 py Cam)» than was ever before known. It will prise is feared, however.
work execuif ! in a s:ttisti’etory manner;
T he A gri « t i . tcr \ i . O utlook . Tim pro« ’reek is grow ing mere intense every day. Sil Siw-cial attention given to orders Troni any
sixty-six'votvs were cast. 1 he election result plant healthy maples in their ¡»laces.
' probably be tin- means of an abumlant siq»ply
pect for an abaml int harvest was never better v< r ere« k is only twelve mill's distant from this put nt Southern <>n*g’*»i., Addr’*«*
«las. 'Thornton, of the Ashlaml Woolen Y
ed in the choice of T. •>. Reames, N. L.ingcll.
, of w ater for mining purjio.se» «luring tile com-
C ayote C reek I tem *. A correspondent
J. H. llU*sb'.LÌ., Ashland, Or.
at this season of the year in R >gnc river val place. Several parties returned fimu Silver
T. J. Kenney, John Orth and Chas. Nickell as was down last Saturday w ith a box of g
I mg Spring.
sends us the follow ing: All the regular miners
ley than at the ¡»resent tiirta. For a month
Trustees; E. D. Foudray as R corder; Henry for shipment to the Willamette valley.
A little shooting-match occurred at .Ashlaml on the creek are very busily engaged... .J.
mountains. El. B'linett is said to have taken
l';»pe as Treasurer; ami Addison Helm* as M n
Blank* for the a-se^sment of school districts, I the other night. «Some hoodlums undertook to Marshall has been doing a fine piping business past the w eat her ha < b "n mil 1, little rii i falling
eight hitndred dollar? since the first day
; shal. The new officers will next week enter in«‘orjM»rate«l towns, Ac., as also others of every rock th«' cabin of Chas. \\ illiams, a harmless for the past few days....... I. 1». Post intends to and the groun I being in tine eon l.tion to re
FORW A II DI NG & COMMISSION AGENT}
'upon the discharge of their respective duties.
description, for sale at the 'T imes office.
| ol«l man, ami one of the par’y receive«! a loa«l remove to Nevada shortly. . . At present there ceive see l. The tint • Ins lieen improve 1 by
We are informed that the old bridge across I of tine »hot as lie w as about departing from the are two hydraulics ami one giant in full blast
M usical E ntertaismen r. The concertsfor
rich soil have been sown in grain. A majority pcrintendeiit of U. S. Riilway* 1’ostal Routes.
river, near Rock Point, is in an unsafe » scene at «louble-quick tun«- for his pains,
on the creek.... Mr. Murphy, foreman of the
•»¿lie purpose of raising funds for the purchase of
have completed their work, an I others are still Division 8, was in Roseburg last week. 'The
an organ for the M. E. Church, the manage
engaged in enlarging th? area of tlu-ir prospect “Star” unde:«'amis that his visit was made for
ERCHAN'TS OF J U’KNONVILLri
Several of the scimol districts levied a tax at ’laml in Southern Oregon that^houl«! I»«* looked utmost of his capacity, to jiipe oil that injuiic. ive harvests. The weather is like that of
went 4! which some enterprising young ladie-
the purpose of h.i.i.ig t'iu c.i.jtravt,,'s fa th.
ami vicinity shi »ping goods via R om ?-
Spring, with occasional showers of rain,causing Roseburg and 1! ■ «dm g route place a daily stage
bu.g will find i« « ’ their a.Ramägo th shiß
would tin«’« ready purehasert in case it were *‘L ncle Jack,’ one of the ("ayoteCreek pioneers,
place at the Club Room this and to-morrow «lebtediie-s ami others for building purposes.
all kinds of vegetation to grow rapi lly. Gar- ,,n the line to convey third-class matter. A' 'hroHgll, this liodso. Ample o treliousd
room, «afcaml can till storage, and business
It seems as if this section is ne;g- ha* sold his homestead claim to one Desert from
(Friday and Saturday) evenings.
Bill-head«, statements, rei’eipts, letter-heads
J ning b.'s been comat meed i.: :n:v»y localities present, a tri-w-jkly only is run, an I the dis promptly attemled to.
best talent of this place has volunteered, and ami commercial work of all kimls done at the
ami an abundant yield of all ki.nl Is s Gt faint pro- tribution of th? m iil« causes the route agent.-
Reference*: S. Marks A Co., J. C. Floed)
;. Haynes, Roseburg.
much preparation having been made, a rare , T imes office in the best style ami at low rates. I The streams in Josephine county are so < 'ayote di ,'gings ...Sum- of the l»«-st ground ■luctions is proiriised. Some apprehension is
I high that Garretts e.x|«ress exj»erie:iee«l eonsid- on the creek is still lying idle on account <>f an
on the train al lit mmil trouble on each alter
M trk yoitr goods; Care of H; L: Mq
musical treat is promised. The programme
felt that the early warm weather may cause nate day, it is said.
! erable difficulty in crossing some of them on
will be an interesting one, comprising vocai
! the vari«»ns varieties .if fruit trees to bloom so
and instrumental music by the most popular to Eugune City at an early day, we learn. He i Tuesday. As it has been raining Continually
S ilver L ake . A correspondent writing
will engage in the instruction of music there. ' since then, it is quite urobable that he was not
t i-osEi». I he Ashland Academy, under the early that the young fruit may I k ! killed by
authors. We expect to see a large audience in
Silver Lake, Lake county, informs ustha.
Elder M. Peterson ha» closed the protracted ¡»file to cross at all on his trip dow n yesterday,
attendance each « veiling.
dation for this fear, firass is growing finely stock lias wintered well in that vicinity, al
4 LIGHT SORREL tiORSE ABOUT?
meeting progressing at I'lnenix under his aus- ■ In Judge Deady’s Court last Saturday, iti the closed its wi'iter term on Friday last. As no
eight years old, with white stnp iti
though tlte weather lias been cold. The lake
definite agreement as to the rate of rent could
A ,4S t 4TF. s MKN * DE»• iR 1' RF-.—Gen. John pices. 1 he services were generally well attend
(ace, shod all rotlnd, soro on left .«houbier/
ease of the United State vs. W. C. Griswold, !
: wn.« frozen over for two month.*. The settler Was one of lsh’s stage horsr». Last
b«1 arrived at between thes«1 gentlemen and \\ .
E Ross, of Modoe war lame, left tor Salem ed.
i the motion forprvlitninary injunction was denied U. Myer, the proprietor of the building, stud farmer an 1 the stock-r-ii-er presents a most are busy feueing their farms and clearing out. near Willow.Spring«. Wil! Suitably reward
Wednesday morning to join the other mem
F. M. Smith killed an immense cougar on as to Ladd 4 Bush ami Hill, Durham A Thomp-
«Ivterinined to make it one of the most lieauti any person returning or giving any infor-
ies will be suspended for the ¡»resent. This is 1 cheerful appearance.
bers of the Investigating Committee,which will Elliott creek the other day, which measured
uia Ion about bini.
W, J. PLYMÄLE.
son, and allowed as to other lien creditors.
ful spots in (Iregnn.
Jacksonville, Feb. 5th, 1«79.
to be regretted. However, it is not ¡»robable
proceed to examine the affairs of the Stat. over nine feet in length—that is, from tip to
This is reckoned as a partial success for B. F.
••W ood ' s Hot’-tEii > lo M vgaz . ixf ." is en-
that the citizens of Ashland will ¡»ermit the
Land Office at La Grande and then close its tip.
larged for the year 1879. It is an excellent
suspension to l»e permanent, ami we exjK-ct to
doubtful labors. No p >mp attend d the gal
Hayes' veto causes great indignation, but
George Conn, Receiver of the Lakeview
journal) affonling much
HARTLEY -CALDWELL- <»n William’s
chronicle the re-opening of the Academy at no
lant General’s d-partr.re; bathe left the b - nothing appeases the public wrath as effectual
creek, at the rc*i<1ortc«i et the bride * par
»traction to families. Price «1.5'1 per year.
Land Oilice, was in town on Tuesday last. He distant date.
aving placed my accounts
nighted climes of Jackson county in the r;uli- ly as does M itt. Didou s tine w ines au<i liq-
ents. mi M irdli 2 I. by Rev. At. c. Miller,
S;«ecial inducements ar. ■ otTered to getters up of
' reiMirts the roads as improving, snow disap-
the hands ofc. W. Kahler f«?r collection J
W. ('. Hattley and Miss Laura Caldwell.
ance of his own greatness. His duties a* one uors.
all those indebted to me either bv note or
¡»■■aring ami stock doing well. Goose Lake,
I mportant D ecision .- The Commissioner dubs. Send to S. S. Wood, ‘•’Tribune” build*
, KRAUSE — BILGER — In Jacksonville, book account will call at Mr. Kahler’s oWc*
of the committee will j.n.bib’v extend as far as
Sheep-killing dogs are pestering some of our which has been frozen over for sometime past, of the General Laml Office has decided that ing. New York, for further information:
Marell 5tli, bv Rev. M. A. William*, at once and settle without further delnr and
signing his name to t’Report in^K-ess of in
stock-raisers. Mr. Harbaugh, living near Cen is breaking its icy fetters. Mr. Conn returned land embraced in a homestead entry is not sub
I Frank Krause and Miss Mollies. Bilger. save costs.
MRS. A. BILGER.
tubation and drawing ids per diem, in the per
T hanks .—We arc un ler obligations to Jos.
[Compliments received. We extend our con
formance of which he is said to oe unusually
• 4 LL kinds of ammunition for «ale bv
Wetterer tor a keg of his superior lager.
ou laud businet*.
Urilii.uit aud commendably punctual.
R emoval .—E. Jacobs has removed his stock
'of goods to the »tore-room in the Masonic
building opposite his former place of business.
WOOLEN MAN’FACTURING CO.
Plain and Fancy Candies, Nuts, Etc.
ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS.
H. L. MURTON