The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, August 15, 1879, Image 3

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    BRIEF REFERENCE.
PERSONAL NOTES.
The Sterling ditch is alive with fish, but they
MISINO NEWS
H ard to B eat .—The best thoroughbred C oming .—We notice that the Sciopticnn Cal­
have not interfered with mining operations, as
trotting
stallions in Oregon are owned iu Jack- lery will be here about the 18th to adoi«i tho
Give us a breeze!
Major James T. Glenn is expected here at
The stockholders of the Eineline Cinna­ son and Lake counties and it is doubtful wheth­ people of Jacksonville and vicinity an op|M«rtu-
Frank Ennis lias kept them well thinned out
More «lust than ever.
any time.
bar Company will hold a meeting to-mor­ er their superiors are to be found on the Coast. nity for a abort time to get nome of these fire
iu supplying his daily wants.
FRIDAY
AUGUST 15, 1879.
I
row.
Drummers abundant.
Crops in the Evans’ creek region have almost
John Woods, the genial P. M. of Woodville,
Besides these we have a few first-class running pictures which only come from that institntmr.
We learn that there is a probability that
was
in
town
this
week.
C hurch D edication .—The new church
j
been
annihilated
by
rust.
Wheat
has
suffered
horses, while a large number of fine draft horses The proprietors have the best outfit ob­
Base ball is below par.
the Squaw Lake diggings will be bonded in
! the most and the yield of this cereal will be
building just completed at Phcenix by tho M. i W arm weathef continues.
and animals of all work complete the list that tainable and are men who understand their
A. Slocum, Frank Bros’, agent at Roseburg, tho interests of California capitalists.
I little better than none at all.
K. Church, South, will be dedicated on Sun­
makes this section so well-knowu for its stock. business. All sized pictures made, from the
is expected here during the Fall,
Saw-mills are all busily engaged.
A full supply of mining blanks and And we are making rapid strides forward iu
!
day, August 24th, Rev. J. R. N. Bell, Presid­
i i
Wedding cards and invitations, calling cards,
tiny gem to large frame«! work. Bring old
Mr. Walker, agent for J. I. Case &. Co.’s Copp’s Hand-book of Mining Law can al­
ing Elder of this District, conducting the cere­ The printer should not be forgotten.
this respect, as also in many others, something pictures and have them copied and enlarged.
business cards and every description of plain agricultural machinery, is in town.
I ways be obtained at tho T imes office.
Considerable sickness prevails at {»resent.
mony.
that augurs well for the future. A matter that A word to the wise is sufficient.
*
and fancy printing executed at the T imes
' •>!,■■■
Mrs. M. Obenchain has gone to Lake county
Mining operations are principally con­ should be attended to at once, however, is the
Improvements
to
town
property
continue.
office
at
the
very
lowest
rates.
A C uriosity . —C. Magruder brought a sjieci-
to join her husband, who will be absent during fined to rocking in many localities now-a-
W e were highly «mimed at nverhearirlf
construction of a suitable track in this vi7 the
E. C. Brooks this week receive«l several the Summer.
following coll«x|iiy l»etween two little
men of the Japanese cucumber to town Tues­ Mountain parties returning and others going,
| days. Fair wages are made in this way.
cinity. Thousands of dollars are lost becautt girls, play males, who had been «operated «
day, which may bo seen at the Railroad saloon. j C attle delivery in Lake county progresses. American Home sewing machines, which are
The party intending to pay the Gran«l Ap­
Henry Pape, Jr., has gone to Yreka (Cal.)
few days on account o' the illness of one of
It is several feet in length and as crooked as • The Fall fights have blossomed out already. I justly gaining a wide spread reputation by rea- to take a position iu the “Union” printing plegate diggings a visit are expected from horsemen cannot bring their stock up to tli>t ‘ them, name«! Clara. ITer tri»»nd Bessie re­
point of excellence which recommends it ¿at ; marked to her: “I am so glad to see yeu
the story of a Louisiana witness before an in­
I j son of their general excellence.
the north to-day. They number about fif­
office at that {»lace.
< Remember the Odd Fellows’celebration next I
once
to buyers from abroad without goin. to ' out again.” Clara—“1 was very sick. Pap«
vestigating committee. This vegetable curios­ Monday.
There is an increaseil demand for Oregon
Wm. D. Corpe and wife, of Linkville, are teen strong.
Fort
Klamath, Yreka and elsewhere. Owners wu anx ious to have the doctor, but mamma
ity was grown in the garden of Isaac Constant,
wool in the San Francisco market, especially spending a few days in town. They will re­ Thurman, Collins A Co. arc reported to be
said she would rather try Dr. Frese’s Ham­
of fine horses are not alone interested in jliis. burg Tea; an«I as soon as 1 began to take it
I Several of our merchants received new goods
where it flourishes exulierantly.
Eastern,
which
is
quoted
at
17|@18c.,
while
making
an
ounce
a
day
on
Elliott
creek
in
turn after the 18th.
! this wee|j.
The whole country will feel the benefits/that I began to get better. I am glad she gave
valley holds its own at 22J@25c.
J. W. Manning returned from Fort Klamath drifting. Their diggings are hard to work, will accrue, a'bl no particular class of ouA peo­ j it to me, for I think it is much i»etter to take
R unaway .—T. T. McKenzie’s team thought
Circuit Court will not convene again until I i
the horrid medicinesthedoctor always
Calvin B. McDonald will not visit this {dace, this week and informs us that the hay contract but pay regularly.
ple more than the businessmen, wbosholld be than
to create a sensation on Sunday last bv indulg­ November.
gives
us.” Bessie—“Well, if that is so, I
T. J. Kenney, who is rusticating on Ap- among the foremost in assisting in the enter­ will ask my mamma to get some and have
his work as a temperance missionary having will soon be finished.
ing in a first-class runaway, but were checked
prise.
It
is
to
be
hoped
that
immediate
steps
For blanks of every description go to the proved too much for him. He will return to
in their wild career before doing any consider­ T imes office.
We learn that Dr. J. W. Robinson .will re- pl egate, writes us that Beck Bros.’ dam will be taken, for delays are always dangerous. it in the house. I don’t like doctors’ stuff,
either."
broke on the 6th, but was repaired without
California
at
once
and
brace
up.
able damage. Some of the occupants of the
j turn to this {»lace soon with the intention of much difficulty, as the break was slight.
John
Weiss
has
our
thanks
for
a
supply
of
I
A F ine A ffair .—Those who were present at I
Business men can keep their money at home permanently locating.
wagon were well shaken up, two of them test­
MARRIED.
excellent
fruit.
Orme
Bros,
of
Gall
’
s
creek
inform
us
that
Ashland
on the 7th to witness the laying of
by
ordering
theirbill-lieads,
letter-hea«ls,
notes,
ing the elasticity of terra firma, to their dis­
J. Nunan is engineering our saddler-shop the mining season has closed there, having I
the corner-stone of the Masonic building have JEFFEhSON —BLAt’H—In Ja<ks<«nville,
comfiture. As it was, the escape proved a for­ The town is nigh deserted by reason of the receipts, etc., at the T imes office, where the «luring the absence of H. Judge, who is rusti-
August Uth, l»v J. H . Huff**r, J. P., R. B.
proved
a
fair
one.
Considerable
prospect-1
every occasion to congratulate themselves.
j Summer exodus.
tunate one.
best printing is done at low rates.
Jefferson and Mrs. Martha Beach— both of
■ eating at the S«»da Springs.
ing, mostly in quartz, is now going on in . Nor was the number small by any meaus, for
I-ake county.
L. Rosenthal ami family of Woodville have 1 Mrs. P. Boschey has our thanks for some de­ John Noland’s family arrived from San Le- ' that vicinity.
M ail C ontracts L et .—Jas. Hart has re­
HULL
— WILLARD — Tn Flounce Rook
many
from
Jacksonville
and
other
portions
of
licious figs grown in her garden without extra andro (Cal.) on Friday last and has taken up
ceived the contract for carrying the mail from removed to town.
Work has been suspended at the Hamil- ' the county had been attracted thither aud
proclnot, August 7th, by A. H. Boothby,
W. L. Eppinger of Portland is an authorized care. They equal the best California fruit and a permanent abode among us.
ton diggings for the season. Tho company I went to make one of the largest assemblages J. P.. John W. Hull and Miss Marr A.
this place to Wright’s on Big Applegate, via
Willard.
illustrate
the
geniality
of
our
climate.
agent
of
the
T
imes
.
Sterling ami Uniontown, at $373 a year. The
Mrs. W. B. Cantrell, of Yreka, is paying ' has ordered 30,000 feet of lumber for tlinn­ that every congregated in the town. The ar­
ing
purposes
and
will
soon
commence
Chief
Justice
Huffer
is
scaling
the
fates
of
a
contract for carrying the mail between Sain’s
Newman Fisher’s grand clearance sale at-;
this section a visit. She is a guest of Johu preparations for Winter.
BORN.
rangements were {»erfect and the ceremonies
number of guileless couples and is sai.l to per­ B. Wrisley of Manzanita preinct.
valley and The Meadows has been awarded to tracts general attention.
I
conducted
by
Gen.
T.
G.
Reaines,
assisted
by
HOWARD—Near Kirbyville, August 5th,
Superintendent Klippel of the Squaw Lake
form his mission with good effect, especially j
J. B. Thomas, who receives $150 per annum
The woods seem to be afire, as the atmos­
members of \\ arrenaml Ashland lodges, proved
to the wife of Chas. J . Howard, a «on—
Misses
Annie
Miller
and
Ella
Prim
left
for
Company
was
in
town
this
week,
from
the osculatory portion of the ceremony.
for the service. These contracts commence in phere is filling with smoke.
a
11 -pounder.
and
passed
off
in
excellent
style.
impres/ive
Fort Klamath Tuesday, intending to pay Mrs. . whom we learn that operations are progress­
October next and run until 1882.
A tooth of some monstrous animal now ex­ Jay Beach a brief visit. Bon voyage.
ANDERSON
—In Manzanita precinct, Aug.
A large number of hides are being shipped
ing satisfactorily at those diggings, though The other exercises, including vocal and instru­
—
13th, to the wife of Robert Anderson, a
tinct
was
exhumed
on
Foot
’
s
creek
sometime
j
i
S uccessful .—The gobbler reported a few from this section at present.
Wm. M. Turner is expected home from ; insufficient dump proves somewhat of a dis­ mental music, an address by Prof. L. L. Rog­
daughter.
since and may be seen at the Criterion billiard
advantage.
ers, etc., were also complimented. A longlist
\\ e have just turned out a number of receipt saloon. It measures 2Jx3 inches iu size.
San Francisco before long, the operation per- '
weeks since as being assiduously engaged in
Mr. Lightner, the California mining ex­ of articles contributed l«y various parties were
incubation on the farm of W. B. Kincaid and note books that are neat ami cheap.
formed on his eye promising to prove success-
NEW THIS WEEK.
It
is
note<l
as
somewhat
of
a
phenomenon
pert,
is expected here soon and may inaugu­ placed in the stone, each one vieing to furnish
ful.
proved himself master of the situation ami is
Col. IL F. Maury ami Wm. Cameron are fur­
something
appropriate
in
every
way,
atui
the
that while rust lias seriously affected the wheat
J. A. CHANTAIS, M. ■>.,
now rearing a broo«l of turkies that rewarded nishing this market with excellent fruit.
We regret to learn that C. C. Brogan's rate some important enterprises, as he comes number threatened to tax the space provided.
crop
in
some
places
oats
and
barley
growing
in
witli
the
determination
of
fully
testing
our
The
attending
incidents
of
the
occasion
made
it
his misdirected efforts. This is a new depart­ I The various contracts for furnishing Fort
health is such as to probably necessitate his '
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON,
the same field escape unbanned and mature removal to a more eijuable climate than our mineral resources in the interests of a pleasant one and all departed well pleased
ure in ornithology, as Audubon fails to record Klamath with sup plies are now being tilled.
capitalists from abroad.
finely.
with the day's experience.
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citi­
a similar instance; but he was spared the
i
Jim Stewart has a sausage contract and own.
Operations will bo suspended at the Stor- ■
The Brass Band is practicing regularly for
zens of Phoenix, Ashland and surrounding
innovations of this progressive age, in which
E. Emery, of the firm of In low A Emery, 1 ling mine this week, the clean-un that has
A rrived . —The Union Sunday School of this
vicinity that he has pi'rtiianently located
therefore temlered his services as collector of
the Odd Fellows’ celebration uext Monday.
wonders are never known to cease.
Eagle Point, left for Portland Wednesday, been progressing for sometime being about, place last Tuesday received its organ, most of
on Wagner creek, three miles south of
due.
Those
possessing
«log-tax,
which
is
now
Fruit cans can be obtained in endless quanti­
the former place, lor the practice of his
where he will lay in a fine assortment of new completed. Nothing definite as to the re­ the funds for the {»urdíase of which were raise«!
profession.
P ersonal .—R«»v. Geo. F. Guebner of Clear ties at Bilger's hardware store ami at Kubli’s. dogs in gooil condition will take notice, as he goods.
by a series of concerts given last March. It is
sult
can
be
ascertained,
but
the
supposition
will
be
around
soou.
X^J’all* promptly attended at all hours,
creek, Cooper county, Missouri, an Evangelical
Thatcher & Worden’s new brick building
M. Mensor leaves for San Francisco soon, j is that it lias proven highly satisfactory.
one of I). F. Beatty’s l»est instruments, embel­ «lav or night.
County
Assessor
Gotldard
gives
notice
that
minister, is in this section on a dying visit. will be ready foroccupancy in about six weeks.
to l»e gone several weeks. He will lay in a ' Magruder Bros, and J. W. Hays will, in lished with an ornamental pipe top that gives
the Board of Equalization will meet on the fresh supply of goods for the New York Store
He has preache«! in the German language at
a few days, complete a ditch leading from it magnificent proportions, ami in tone ami
An Italian vernier of statuary was in town
22«l of September for the purpose of correcting while absent.
various {mints in Butte creek precinct during
Sam's creek to their diggings on Rogue riv- J general excellence is said to be superior. It is
this week peddling “the nude iu art’’ at high
all errors that may appear upon the assessment
the week, holding services at Phcenix to-mor­ prices.
B. R. Willits spent a few days in town this er, which is 990 rods in length. They are a five-octave organ, has three sets of reeds,
roll to be submitted on that date.
row and at this place on Sunday. Mr. Gueb­
week. He reports the saw-mill on Kean creek ' quite sanguiae that the enterprise thus I thirteen stops, two knee swells and is encased
Jack Montgomery drove a four-horse coach,
ner owns 640 acres of land near Brownsborough
Some vacancies exist in the scholarships in
inaugurated by them will prove a suc­ in solid walnut finely finished. A balance
as having closed down, owing to the failure of cessful
one.
and is looking after the interests of a German loaded with passengers, to Soda Springs the State Agricultural College this county is
of $75 remains due, an«l it is pro­ I HAVE RECEIVED ANOTHER LARGE
the water supply.
Wednesday.
colony that has already commenced its settle­
entitled to, which Senator Ross is empowere«!
The Cayote creek mining suit having been posed to divert the funds realized by 1 consignment of the celebrated Singer
Joe Clough arrived from Roseburg Tuesday decitled, we learn that the company now in
Geo. T. Baldwin of Linkville is making ar- to fill. Applicants for such appointment must
Sewing Machines, which are for sale on tho
ment.
the Jacksonville Dramatic Association at its usual liberal terms and at the regular prices
and
will
remain
a
few
days
before
returning.
rangements to build a hardware store and a not be less than sixteen years of age.
possession will immediately proceed to put recent entertainments for the purpose of set­
by the company. Therefore
C onfirmed . —Several of our fanners cut neat dwelling.
The Umpqua evidently agrees with him, f«»r he those diggings in first-class order tor next tling this indebtedness. T. G. Reames, C. C. established
waste
no
time,
money and patience on in­
Money
is
plentiful
in
Lake
county,
owing
their grain as soon as it was struck with rust
is
as
handsome
as
ever.
Beekman
and
E.
D.
Foudray
have
been
select
­
terior
machines
when you <*a i purchase a
season
’
s
work.
Considerable
improvement
Overland travel has been light this season, to the advent of California cattle-buyers, who
and we hear of several instances in which
ed as custodians of the instrument and will genuine singer at the same figure*. Iu
upon
the
previous
mode
oi
working
them
Jas.
Griffin,
agent
of
the
Universal
Copying
have its disposition in hand. A more munifi­ buying a Singer you get a machine of ac­
they thus prevented it from damaging their which is evidence that times are hard through­ are purchasing some of the principal bands in
is contemplated.
cent gift couhl not be bestowed upon the Snn- knowledged merit ami established reputa­
that section. Several sales are reporte«! in Co. of San Francisco, whose enlarged pictures
crops to any great extent. The grain also out the Coast.
i
have gained an enviable reputation, will can­ A correspondent, writing under date of <lay School, which is to be congratulated be­ tion. ami are certain of liav ing value receiv-
We learn that C’ol. John E. Ross and others addition to those previously announced.
seemed to mature as well as if it stood in the
e«l for your noney, as every machine iu war­
the 9th, says that Klippel, Keaton & Co., cause of it.
vass this section for orders in a few days.
I ranted bv the company.
Held. This in a certain degree confirms the ef­ will take a band of horses to the Willamette
The boy who went swimming the other day j
mining on Elliott creek, are busily at work !
!
H. L. Webb returned from Roseburg this
C ircuit C ourt . -The following proceedings The Singer Company now sell three-quar­
reported the water warm, but not so hot as
ficacy of the experiment reported from Douglas valley in the Fall.
and made a clean up the other day that es­
ters of all tiie machine« sold in the world,
week
and
lias
gone
to
Linkville
to
take
charge
Geo. Sturgeon was up from I’iekett creek this the {»olished surface of a strip of weather-board­
county in the T imes of a few weeks ago, which
tablishes the excellence of their diggings. occurred in this Court, Hon. IL K. Hanna, the capacity of their works nt Elizabeth,
of the livery stable recently purchase«! <>f W. That seclion promises to furnish a lively Circuit Judge, presiding, at the adjourned New Jersey, enabling them to turn out over
living the case, should receive the general atten­ week and reports the mines as having closed ing his mother picked up in the wood-shed
D. Corpe by J. W. Manning ami himself.
a thousand machines a «lav, and thev have
term held this week:
camp at no distant «lav.
down for the season.
soon after his return home with hair wet.
tion it merits.
4,500 offices for the sale of these justly cele­
A.
Fiaher
A
Bro.
vs.
\V.
C.
Miller:
motion
to
The
genial
countenance
of
Rev.
J. R. N
Ex-Governor Chadwick arrived from Sa­
The thermometer has average«! 95 degrees in
The peddler blossoms out exuberantly an«l is
issue an execution. Million granted and exe­ brated sewing machines, which have takon
R eligious I tems .—The district conference
Bell
is
again
perceptible
in
our
iniilst.
He
is
lem
last
wvuk
and
i«>
engaged
in
looking
af
­
tho
«
of the M. E. Church, South, commenced at the shade every afternoon this week, and cloth­ as abundant just now as the In lian in huckle­ attending to his ministerial duties in this re- ter mining investments for capital from cution <«r,i re«< to he i"suc I in favor of sai«i
plaintiffs for 8323.46.
ing
is
at
a
grand
discount.
berry
time.
The
latest
on
the
list
are
a
couple
FIRST PRIZE
Bybee’s ferry yesterday and will continue un­
abroad. Tie seems sanguine that a large
gion and will be with us for several «lavs
Roxanna and T. J. Farris vs. J. W. Hays et
Dr. Aiken's new building has been competed of old crones petblling lace, which they claimed
til after Sunday. Rev. Messrs. Bell, Stahl,
al.;
suit
in
e«piity.
Case
taken
under
advise
­
Over all competitors more than two bun­
Our genial Linkville tillicmn, II. M. amount of money will bo introduceil in this ment.
dred times.
Miller, Hardison and K^ce will be in attend­ and is occupied by D. H. Feathers and him- to sell at low prices because of its bcinj a
section,
as
much
confidence
is
placed
in
tho
Thatcher, ma«le Jacksonville a flying visit mineral resources of Southern Oregon.
After the Chicago fire the Relief Commit­
Jas.
Barnes
vs.
R
>bt.
E.
Bybee;
suit
to
quiet
smug_le«l
article.
■elf.
It
is
a
neat
structure.
ance during the session. A public table, under
tee undertook to furnish sewing machines
title.
Decree
granted
and
judgment
given
l:ist
week.
He
reports
Lake
county
flourish-
'
\Vm. Patterson, of saw-mill notoriety, was in
the management of J. S. March, may be found
Recent assays of ore from tho Yank ledge plaintiff for his costs.
totlie needy women of that city, ami appli­
The Celestial who passed a counterfeit half
town
this week. He is interested in a mill on ing ami rapidly’ tilling up with immigration.
leave n» doubt of its richness. Though Me- 1 C. D. Reed an«l E<1. Langley vs. Ib in D«-neff; cants were permitted to choose from six dif­
on the grounds.... Rev. Geo. F. Guebner of dollar on one of our merchants is said to have
Mrs. Emma Gassman of San Francisco, Nevin «t Co. have thrown up their bond, it suit for an injunction. Demurrer to defend­ ferent kinds >f machines. 2.914 applicants
I Ashland creek (whose capacity is taxed to its
Missouri will preach in the German language sloped for regions unknow n.
formerly
of this {»lace, is paying her parents is quite like’y that other representatives ot ant's answer taken under advisement, to be de- were furnished with machine*, of wbicn
utmost in filling orders for lumber), and says a
at the M. E. Church on Sunilay morning next,
number 2,127 chose Singer machines and
Saturday was one of the warmest «lays of the
cided within 20 days.
(Louis
Hurling
ami
wife)
a
visit
at
{«resent,
in
­
vast
amount
of
building
is
now
going
on
in
our
California
capitalists
will
thoroughly
pros-
;
517
distributed their choice among the five
at tile usual hour. All are invited to attend. season. The thermometer pressed 88J at
Cayote Creek Mining Company vs. Win. and other
kinds of machines. They were to
tending
to
remain
several
weeks
before
return-
'
peet
this
immense
body
of
quartz.
Those
flourishing sister town.
I
Walter Ruble; suit to set aside fraudulent con­ earn their living on these machines, and
eight
o
’
clock
in
the
evening.
.
I
P rofessional .—Dr. J. A. Chastain else­
who pretend to know assert that “there are veyance and for injunction. Decree given for took the Singer, because
Col. J. N. T. Miller has sent his trotting ing.
millions in it.”
plaintiff for conveyance of property in dispute
Dr. Will. Jackson has added a rattlesnake to
where announces to the citizens of Phrenix,
W.
C.
Hale
of
Linkville
passed
through
horse “John” to Fort Klamath in charge of an
IT IS THE BEST.
Ashland and the surrounding country that he his cabiuet of curiosities is a monstrous speci­ experienceil trainer, who will put him in train- I town this week, en route for home from Port- i Fine prospects have been struck in the | and lor $4,(MM) damages and costs ami defend­
perjietually enjoineil from working, leas­
Applegate Grave! Co.’s diggings that re-as- ants
has located on Wagner creek, three miles men of that class of reptiles.
land,
where
he
lias
been
purchasing
macliinerv
i
: The people bought Singer machines as fol-
ing and disposing <vf property in question.
ing for the Siskiyou county fair races. The
south of the former place, anil will promptly at­
S. C. Carter and others cut a bee tree on El­ Colonel also proposes sending a three-year-old for the furniture establishment of Chapman & sure the proprietors and will go far in en- j
lows:
couraging them to continue the work they | A B are T reat .—That old-time favorite, I
tend to all calls for his professional services. liott creek last week, from which they obtained colt to Yreka to participate.
Hale.
1870.. .
.... 127,833 Singer Machines.
<4
Doctor Chastain hah lieeu practicing in Table 100 pounds of excellent honey.
Rev. D. A. Crowell will not leave for Con- i have begun. As high as ?1.25 to the pan is 1 John Kelley, assiste«! by his accomplished 1871.. .
....181.200 4 4
The
rain
that
fell
about
the
time
the
grain
said
to
have
been
obtained
and
the
pay
­
4 4
44
Rock precinct for sometime past,is a physician
... .219,758
There will be a base-ball tournament at the was turning seems to have «lone the great mis­ ference (which meets at Portland on the 20tli) streak is believed to be quite extensive. wife, gave two enjoyable entertainments in 1872.. .
4 4
4 4
1873..
.
...
.232,414
Jacksonville during the past week to large and
of experience and comes highly recommended State Fair this Fall. We would lie pleased to
until Monday next, owing totlie sudden indis- ;
44
44
I 1874.. .
There
is
a
lamentable
lack
of
dump
at
pres
­
chief,
as
the
rust
is
more
attributable
to
it
...
.211.679
by his many former patients, which is the most
delighted audiences. It has been nearly a
position of his wife, who is suffering from a se- ; ent, however.
4 4
44
see Southern Oregon represented.
1875..
.
...
.249,852
than to any other cause. Crops sown last Fall vere cold.
quarter of a century since Mr. Kelley last ap­ 1876.. .
fitting testimonial that could be given him.
44
44
...
.262,316
The new constitution of California has ev­
Several residents of Ashland contemplate have almost entirely escaped. Spring grain on
44
44
peared
in
this
place,
but
he
is
the
same
genial
...
.282,812
1877.. .
J. B. S. Fletcher, agent of the Oakland id« ntly discouraged mining speculations
4 4
44
"T he T rail and F oot - log .”—The time for removing to Lakeview soon, with the inten­ low lamls being affected the most.
1878.. .
...
.3.56,432
John
he
always
was.
A
prolonged
tour
through
“Journal of Fashion,” returned to (’alif««rnia and many capitalists are withdrawing the i
the Pioneer reunion is fast approaching and the tion of engaging in business there.
Ben Haymond ami J. VV. Hays of Rock
the United States and Great Britain has de­
I». II. FKATIIERK,
I
programme will no doubt soon he forthcoming. , A festive trooper from Antelope was fine«l Point paid this place a visit Monday and in­ Monday, via the Crescent City road, having 1 money heretofore used in developing the veloped the talent lie ever possessed in a
mineral
resources
of
that
State
and
are
put
­
Agent for Jackson au,I Josephine Counties.
E. K. Anderson, J. Houck an<l J. M. McCall •85 by Reconler Foudray last Wednesday for form us that the main span of the new bridge heard of depredations by bogus agents in Hum- 1
Head«{uarters, Jacksonville, Or.
ting
it into circulation elsewhere. This be" great degree and he now ranks among our
boldt
county.
were appointed a committee to make the nec­ running a horse through our streets.
across Rogue river will he in position next
best musicians. On the violin lie is inimitable,
ing
tho
case,
Southern
Oregon
may
re
­
Henry Ammerman of Eden precinct was in
essary arrangements for this event—which w ill
Schumpf’s barber-shop is beginning to look week. It is expecte«! that the structure will tow n Monday, from w hom we learn that har- ceive a temporary benefit, though the work­ his rendition of the “Dream of Music” being
take place at Ashland on September 11th—from
of the new organic law may also af­ exquisitely beautiful and such as we have nev­
nobby. He will thoroughly renovate it and be ready for use in less than a month.
1 vest is coming to a close in that neighborhood. ings
whom we exjiect to hear liefore long. These
er heard before. His singing is also extraordi­
fect
us
similarly.
Postmaster Muller intends beautifying bis The yiel«l w ill be very fair, rust having dain-
has also sent for a new patent chair.
nary for a man of his age, while on the banjo
annual gatherings of the pioneers of Southern
Articles
of
incorporation
have
been
filed
headquarters with a number of neat lock-boxes . aged the crops but little there.
The
M.
E.
parsonage
is
being
embellished
he is not to be surpassed by the San Francisco
Oregon have proved pleasant and most event­
in tho offices of the Secretary of State and professional. Mrs. Kelley’s excellent piano A NEW ARRANGEMENT!
adequate to the demands of the community.
with
a
new
roof,
besides
which
it
is
the
recipi
­
E. D. Foudray ami party, who have been l County Clerk by II. K. Hanna, E. K. An- playing also proved a feature. They left for
ful aflairs an« I it is to be hoped that they will
This will be a decided improvement upon the
ent of other necessary improvements.
rusticating in the vicinity of Rogue river for i ■ derson, Jas. Herd, B. F. Dowell, J. M. Mc­ the north on Tuesday, perhaps for ail time to
be uninterrupted.
existing state of affairs and Max. is to be com­
the past few weeks, returned home Sunday Call, R. Cook, J. C. Tolman, H. B. Oatman, come, as Mr. Kelley announced iii3 intention PLANED LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
I i
A bunch of keys fount! in town Wednesday
A C lose C all . — Newman Fisher an«l fam­ ■evening can be obtained by calling, at the plimented upon the enterprise he is about to . evening. They arc well pleased with their Loyal B. Stearnsan 1 Thus. A. Wood, com- of retiring from the stage at an early «lay.
I can be ba«l in quantities to suit by writ­
: display.
ing to the un«ler»«igiie<L at J. P. Parket’n
ily ha«l a narrow es«-ape from what might have
trip,
which
uroved
an
enjoyable
one.
nosing
a
company
to
be
known
as
tho
Low
­
T imes office ami paying for this notice.
Two harvest bauds engage«! in an alterca­
S omething N i . w . —The Jacksonville Musical steam saw mill on Big Ilutte creek. Floor­
been a serious accident while returning home
Mrs. Vining of this {»lace will take charge er QuartzCo., whose primeobject will be the I Conservatory will be opened for the first time ing, Rustic, Ceiling and Mouhlings can La
G
rasshoppers
are
numerous
ami
destructive
tion
at
Phipps
’
farm
last
week,
in
which
one
from Ashland after the laying of the corner­
in anv quantity. We can plane lum­
I of the boarding-hall connected with Ashland thorough prospecting of the old Fowler on September 1st by Theo. Kugler, a thorough had
ber 24 inches wi'le —in fact all kinds ot lum­
stone. The night being «lark, Mr. Fisher di«l in portions of Siskiyou county, Cal. They do attempted to make a statue of the other by
I
quartz
ledge
on
Steamboat,
which
paid
so
College as soon as it is completed. This lady
musician, and one that has given general satis­ ber necessary to bnihi houses—all of which
not observe the culvert a short distance the not stem to be of a migratory nature, however. the indiscriminate use of a chisel. His artis­
lias been the hostess of the Vining House for fabulously in early days. Stock will be is- faction during his residence among us. By can be got ready for use at the mill. Par­
tic
turn
of
mind
was
discouraged,
however,
Henry
Waisman,
who
fell
from
Manning
&
other side of A. Gordon’s {ilace, and before he
who intend building can save hauling
several years past ami has given entire satis- i sued at once ami work commenced soon. consulting the announcement in our advertis­ ties
Bills, plana
was aware of the danger his carriage upset an«l Webb's barn last week, is improving under Dr. for be narrowly escaped being arrested for his
Those
well
posted in the premises are san­
! more Iumtier than they n«»e 1.
l faction as such.
guine that the enterprise will prove a suc­ ing columns it will be seen that a very reason­ and estimates can be had either at the mill
threw its occupants to the ground, slightly Danforth's care ami may soon be about again. I trouble.
Big Butte or at their shop in Jackson­
Jay Beach is improving hi.« horse ranch, sit-
H. Fleckenstein, a member of the popular cess, which we hope will be the case.
able scale of prices has been adopted, so that on
bruising some of them. The team fortunately
The harvest still progresses ami the farmers
ville.
<hegon.
1 uated four miles from Linkville, and will soon firm of Fleckenstein & Mayer, wholesale liquor
OurGalice creek correspondent, K. H. G., everyone can obtain a musical education upon
.E.-4TA11 orders will receive prompt atten­
di«! not prove fractious ami the party was soon are fimling that the wheat crop will not be as
any
popular
instrument
at
no
great
outlay.
make it his headquarters. Jay has some of the dealers of Portland, was in town this week under date of the 10th. writes; The gravel
SMITH A WAI? M AN.
on its way again rejoicing, none the worse for heavy by considerable as at first anticipated.
Mr. Kugler’s enterprise shouhl be liberally en­ tion.
finest
stock on the Coast—notably his trotting looking after business. This house is agent claims have cleaned bedrock and suspended couraged, for he has inaugurated that which
the accident.
Counterfeit half-dollars, dated 1877, are be- horse Altamont—and we have no doubt but for Damiana, atonic that is gaining a wide- i operations for tho season......... The English none other would have attempted.
A rm B roken .—Billy Williams, aged about imr circulated. The spurious coins are well that his enterprise will meet with that success spread reputation.
Co. will shortly open a new claim ........The
C ounty <' ommissioners C ourt .-—The follow-1
•five years, a son of the proprietor of the Pioneer finished ami easily mistaken for the genuine. it so richly deserves.
Rev. Father Heinrich of Roseburg occupied ; “Sentinel” reports a nugget of gold found
BIG BUTTE, OREiiON,
saloon, formerly of Jacksonville, met with a
ing
proceedings occurred at the August term of {
C«»ngressman Whiteaker has our thanks for
We are pleased to learn that A. P. Flaglor the pulpit of the Catholic Church on Sunday : on Sil ver creek as large as a man’s hand and
very painful accident last Saturday afternoon a liberal supply of able sjieeches ma«le onjiroin-
this
Court,
a
full
board
of
the
CoininiasioDenL
of Eureka (Cal.), who paid our town a visit last, delivering discourses in the morning and weighing over $1,000. This story is incorrect.
He. was wrestling with some other boys al*ont
J. P. PARKER, Proprietor
inent subjects during the extra session of Con­ last Summer, is about to extricate himself evening. The reverend gentleman is a fluent The largest piece known to have been found being present:
hie own age am! was thrown in such a manner gress.
5
on
Silver
creek
was
$^7.
Last
week
A.
The
petition
of
Jas.
Elliott
and
others
for
a
.
from the financial difficulties that have over­ and graceful speaker, ami the many who list­
as to break his right arm between the elbow
I Lemi-riel found i nugget in his claim weigh­ county road was {»o-tponed.
ened to him were afforded a treat. He re-
taken
him.
He
is
an
amiable
gentleman
and
A
portion
of
the
paraphernalia
of
the
ol«l
Sheriff Bybee was given until next term of
and wrist. He got up anil walked home ami
ing $56. Several claims on Silver creek are
aving lately provided these
■ turned to his mission Alonday.
Court in which to file his supplemental return
A'ldami
Academy
was
sold
at
Sheriff's
sale
the
a
first-class
photographer,
and
we
hope
to
hear
mill» with improved machinery, I um
I
paying
well,
while
many
others
are
com
­
told his mother that his arm was “bent.” She
of delinquent taxes.
now fully prepared to fill ell orders i«ir rus­
other
day
under
an
execution
in
favor
of
E.
K-
of
his
unbounded
success.
C.
Schieffelin
of
Rogue
river
starte«!
for
paratively
worthless
.........
Capt.
A.
I’
.
An-
looked and saw what was the matter and sent
!
The < Jerk was <>rdere«l to advertise for sealed i tic, mouldings, matching, turning, groov­
Amlerson.
I D. Reynolds of Table Rock was in town last Pennsylvania Wednesday to {»ay the old folks i ken v was here last week looking after his projmsals for graveling 400 yards iu the west i ing, etc., on short notice and al very reason­
for Doctor Forrest, who set the fracture«! bone.
Henry C. Kimi, law partner of the late ' week an«l reports the resident« of his neigh­ at home a visit. He will be absent from the ,1 mining interests.
«•nd of Herrin's lane; bids to l«e received until ' able terms. A lull assortment constantly
Billy stood the operation with a fortitude that
kept on hand. lam also ready t«> furnish
September 3<l, at 10 o’clock a . M.
James
D.
Fay,
committed
suieid
county
for
about
three
months,
during
which
e in San Fran­ borhood in a joyous mood by reason of the
would be a credit to a grown person.—[Altu­
seasoned lumber, sugar pine, yellow pine
The
time
for
completing
assessment
of
coun
­
i
cisco
on
tile Sth. ( ause—squandered his completion of Thomas’ saw mill and the sur- time be may visit his sons in Arizona, who are
ras Independent.
and fir, first, second ami third grades,
ty was extended until Sejiteinber 22d.
■ wife’s estate.
The saw-mill and planing machine are
planed or unplaned, ot a superior quality
vey of Government domain now progressing largely interested in some rich mines there.
and in any amount. County orders taken
A G lorious T ime A nticipated .—A large
A <«oo;l Medieiuc.
Tfe
Jesse Applegate's property in Douglas county ' there. He brought in some fine »{»ecimens of Mr. Schieffelin is accompanied by his eldest doing a driving business.
I
at
par. Give me a trial and 1 will convince
assemblage is expected here next Monday, is being sold to satisfy the balam-e of the claim ' wild oats grown on unsurveyed land that «laughter (Miss Charlotte) and Miss Dolly
As a remedy at this time of the year, to i you that I am able to perf««rm what I
Chas. M. Snider is lying at tho point of
when Jacksonville Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. F., still held by the State against the bondsmen i measured over six feet in height.
carry off the accumulation of thick bile' agree to.
J. P. PARKER. ’
Harper of Woodville. We wish them a pleas­ death with consumption.
will celebrate the ninteenth anniversary of its of Sam May.
from
the
Liver,
and
viscid
secretions
from
Some of our citizens are talking of going
The petition to Mr. Hayes for the pardon ant journey ami safe return.
the other glands of the system, P fcnder ’ s County Treasurer’s Second
institution. Delegations from Ashland, Kerby-
to
Lake county to hunt for stock range.
of
D.
M.
Bennett,
editor
of
the
“
Truthseeker,
”
The representatives to the Great Council of
R eal E state T ransactions .—The following
O regon B lood P urifier is invaluable. One
ville and other lodges of Southern Oregon will
Notion.
Sheep men are encroaching on our range,
the Iinprove«l Order of Red Men from South­ which was circulated in this place for signa­ deeds have been recorded in the County Clerk's
or two bottles will arouse all the functions I
be in attendance, to say nothing of the many
which causes complaint among cattle men.
tures a short time since, failed in its mission office since the last issue of the T imes :
of the body to a healthy action, restore the I
O ffice of C ounty T reasurer , 1
who, although not members of tbeOrder. will be ern Oregon have returned and report an inter­
W. A. Snider, who has been our popular
esting session.
and Bennett has been sent to the New York
J
acksonville , <>gn., August d, 1879. j
Maria
Colver
to
Donna
D.
Sisley,
32.80
acres
appetite,
clear
the
brain,
and
carry
off
on baud to witness the ceremonies. The ex­
sawver for more than a year, has purchased
State prison for thirteen months on a charge of
precinct. Consideration, $1.
those symptoms of languor and heaviness YTOT1CE H HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ercises will be varied and no doubt highly in­ G. Karewski will in a few days receive an­ sending obscene literature through the mai's. in I. E<len
a half interest in Wisdom’s mill at Stealing, everybody feels more or less as warm wea' ti­ I X
x\ there nrefunds in the I'ouniy Treasury
J.
Phipps
and
wife
to
Sarah
Gregory,
whence he has moved his family.
teresting, as much preparation is being made. other supply of Fish Bros.’ celebrated vehicles,
for the redemption of the following warrant«
12.53 acres of land. Consideration, SI.
A party of ladies and gentlemen, piloted by
The tuneful glee club organized for the occa­ including an assortment of farm, freight ami
Our district school closed on the Jst inst. er approaches. It is the best Blood Purifier I on the same:
in existence.
•ft».
Amount.
California iron-ax wagons.
a couple of genial millers residing not many
P
robate
C
ourt
.
—
The
following
business
---------■
after a few months, session. Students, pa
sion and the brass band will furnish vocal ami
so
625..
I
thousan«!
miles
from
Central
Point,
started
for
has lieen transacted in this Court since our last irons and teacher parte«! on ainic ible terms.
The younwst daughter of H. Bentz was
C ourt - martial .—Capt. W. H. Winters, I 791.
*,0
instrumental music of a superior character,
(..)
Miss {da May Parker was awarded the prize Lieut. John Q. Adams and other officers of ti>t 486..
while ««-Governor Chadwick, the orator of the rather severely injured by a vicious cow last the soda springs on Butte creek last week, in­ issue:
to
tending
to
speinl
a
few
days
in
recreation.
All
614..
In
the
matter
of
the
estate
of
T.
G.
Dews,
Monday.
Animals
thus
disposed
should
for
most
improvement,
ami
Nellie
Perry
the
U.
S.
Army
are
expected
to
pass
through
toit
n
not
day, is certain to favor his auditors with a rare
50
891.
went
well
until
that
stream
was
to
be
forded,
deceased.
Appraisement
filed,
showing
proper
­
one for secon«! best improvement in penman­ in a few days, en route for Fort Klamath, 100.
treat. A ball in the evening will close the fes­ be allowed to run at large.
60
1 when, for some peculiar reason, the wagon up­ ty to the probable value of $2.247.75.
<•0
ship. while Miss EmmaSni«ler was adjudged where a court-martial will be held soon.
7*50.
tivities. The l>est of music has been engaged
Among the many articles placeil in the cor-
40
set and spille«! its precious load into the placi«i
712.
the
best
scribe
by
the
judges.
Just
prior
to
and “mine host" of the New State Hotel will ner-stone of the Masouic building at Ashland
«•••
S
ettle
U
p
,
—
Those
indebted
to
Geo.
W.
40
613.
waters. 'Ibis impromptu bath rather cooled
N otice .—Oregon Chapter No. 4, R. A. M.,
80
spare no pains in providing an excellent sup­ was a copy of each of the three local newspa­ the ardor of the company, which returned home Elliott are requested to call and settle imme­ the opening of tho district school Mr. Cary
631.
closed a subscription school, makiug seven will convene for work next Wednesday even-
Interest will cease on the above dale.
per. Those who attend will have no reason to pers. Nothing could have been more appropri­ to attempt the trip nj«on a more auspicious oc­ diately, as he contemplates adding largely to months without much vacation.
ing. By order of
J ohn E. Roas. HP. Í
NEWMAN FISHER.
ate.
regret their presence.
casion.
his stock of goods and money is necessary. *
Butte, Aug. t'th.
Vl.NDEX,
M a . x . Ml ller , Secretary,
Treasurer of Ja^aQO «'<».,<)r«-gon.
Shi iPmunatii ©inws. i
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PARKER'S STEAM SAW MILL,
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