The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, January 09, 1880, Image 3

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    DEMOCRATIC TIMES
FRIDAY,
JANUARY 9. 1880.
A ccident .—Jas. Hamlin had his jaw dislo­
cated last I riday evening and is now under ,
the care of Dr. Danforth. We are pleased to i
learn that he is doing well and will soon be
himself again.
BRIEF REFERENTE.
Snow-balling is popular again.
More col<l weather is promised.
Local corres[»ondence solicited.
The organ war is in statu quo.
Fine job printing is our specialty.
Suits, worth $15, for $9 at the New York
Store.
1'ERSONI AI. NOTES.
MININ«; NEWS.
Tne Board of Trustees, as stated last week,
have negotiated for the purchase of the old
Thos. H. Short, formerly of this place, is
Mensor building on Oregon street. The price
Miners are all busy.
now located at Alturas, Cal.
has been placed at 3450.
Chas. Schultz is now engaged in ground­
E. F. Walker has gone to Grave creek to sluicing in the vicinity ot Ricli Gulch.
We learn that .Sheriff Bybee contemplates
look after his mining interests.
Copp's Handbook of Mining Law ami
the erection of a brick building on the site of
J. W. Manning left for Link ville Tuesday on every description of mining blanks can be
the wood n tenements on the land formerly the
obtained it thoT imes office.
business, intending to be gone a short time.
property of James Casey.
A II anpsome A ffai r . Wedne.- day evening
was the occasion of a pleasant reunion of the
members ot Oregonian Pocahontas Tribe No. 1.
Improved Order of Red M m, their fami­
lies and a few invited frien Is, wh n the officers
of the I ribe for the term just bcginn'iig M ei«
duly raised up. The eeremonii'S were conduct­
ed by E. 1». Foudray, Deputy Great Sachem,
and C. \\ . Savage, Great Junior Sagamore ot
th«* State, w ho raised up the chiefs accord me
to the forms of the Onler, viz: Henry l’ap,.
Sachem ; («. W . Elliott, S mior S igamore; < 'nas.
N ickell, Junior Sagamore ; L. Solomon. Keeper
of Wampum; E. H. Autenrietli, Prophet; E
D. Foudray, First Sann.q»; J. C. McCully,
See m<l S.mtiap; T. J. Kenney, First Warrior;
A. Barneburg, Second Warrior; Joliu Cim-
borsky, First Brave; D. (Tonemiller, Secoiui
Brave; I rank Lorraine, • • lard ot theWi^waui;
Adam S. hmidt, Guard of the For« st. At tl.
conclusion of the ceremonies a splendiil colla­
tion was served. Excellent vocal and instru­
mental music was a feature of the cveuirg.
Sometime being pleasantly spent in so ial in­
tercourse, the company adjourned to the ( lub
Room to “trip the l'g’it fantastic toe to tin
best of music furiii.'hed by Me.-srs. Brown.
Scott and Klippel, an I it was past the hour o!
midnight when the festivities ceased. Th - R d
Men were untiring in their exertm is and their
arrangements were complete throii. hout. It
is not often that more agreeable entertain­
ments are «■> sp ■■••lily improvised. The Tril>e
takes occasion to extend thanks to the ladies
and gentlemen w ho so generously v«>lunteere«l
their services, and espcciallj’ to members of
Warreii Lodge of Masons lor subs'autial fa­
vors rendered.
S. L. Howard, an attorney from California,
The Applegate Gravel Company is at
W. B. Hay, having disposed of his meat
work
again ami Superintendent Fitzpalrii-k
market in this place, has placed his accounts in is paying this place a visit, with a view of
is pushing operations with all speed.
T hanks .—The T imes corps is under obliga­
The German Red Men elected officers last the hands of Capt. Caton, with whom settle­ locating.
tions to S. P. Jones, of the Eagle Sample night.
Geo. L. Dean, formerly of Butte creek,
John Murphy, of Ashland" precinct, one of
ment must l>e made at once.
Rooms, for a bottle of the very best wine. It
has
rented the Brimstone mine, on Grave
the
pioneers
of
the
valley,
favored
us
with
a
The beautiful snow departed, but soon re- j A solar eclipse is billed for next Sunday.
Cure» all Scrufuloua affection« and diaordera result­
creek,
owned by E. F. Walker A Co., for
is not often that we have the pleasure of sam­ turned.
ing from Impurity of the blood. It ia raedless to
Tho exhibition will commence about 2.30 p. M. call this week.
tiie season.
pling so choice an article.
apecify ali, in the sufferer can usiia’..y port'civc their
Health is improving and cases of sickness It will be partially visible here; that is, if old
N. DeLamatterand family who have been pay­
eauae ; but Salt
Pimpltt, l lceri, Tumuri,
A
good
season
is
now
anticipated
l>v
all.
Ooitrr, fiicrlluig», in'., are the moet common, aa
Sol looms up at that time.
ing Jacksonville a visit, returned to Josephine
C haxok of F irm .—N. Ficke has purchased are scarce.
vail as many a&vcliuua of the ilcati, lltad, LtVtr
Tire prospects are favorable lor an extended
and Stomach.
German calendars can be obtained at the j Stock is doing Letter since the first snow went county last week.
of Hay A Beal the butcher-shop formerly con­
and profitable run and a great amount of
I off. The loss will not lie as heavy as at first
ducted by Win. Bybee and took charge of it T imes office.
Mrs. Wm. Bleekert of Gall s creek, recently gold-dust will no doubt be taken out.
last Tuesday. The price paid was 3600. Nick
Fine ornamental clocks at the New York supposed it might be. but it is likely to be dangerously ill, is recovering under the treat­
There is a break in the S«piaw Lake Com­
considerable before Spring.
has had much experience in this line and will Store at cost.
ment of Dr. Colvig.
pany’s ditch, but the delay thus occasioned
Woniarful Curs of Blladaeis.
I
no doubt give general satisfaction.
Deeds, mortgages, Just ice’s blanks, attorney’s
Muslin worth 15c. per yard for 9c. at the
Dr. J. A. Callender, who has been spending will not be protra«!ted, as Supirintondent
D.
R
ansom , S ok & Co.: For the l-enefit of nil
summonses and everything in this line can al­ a few days among his friends in this place, re­ Klippel has a considerable force of men en­
troubled with Scrofula or Impure Blood in their
N eat S i m C leared .— The Rebekahs real­ New York Store.
eyateuia, 1 hereby rccotnuiend King of the Blood.
ways
be
obtained
at
the
T
imes oilice. Orders turns to Roseburg to-day.
gaged
in
repairing
it.
ized about $S0 from the ball given under their
I hare lien troubled with Scrofula for the past ten
Epij hany w as celebrated by our Catholic
from abroad promptly tilled.
yean, which so affected my eye* that I was com­
Major Eugeni ITeliet may bo expected
auspices last week. This speaks well for their residents last Tuesday.
A. (’. Cox, City Marshal of Roseburg, and
pletely blind for six months. I was recommended
in
this
section
at
almost
anytime.
He
is
The
United
States
Supreme
Court
has
de
­
to try King of the B ool, which Las proved a great
management when we recollect that the price
Miss Fannie Hill, of Wilbur, were united in
Hats in all eolors, worth $2 50, for $1 each,
blessing to me. as it fins complete y cured me, aud
cided that a note drawing a special rate of in­ matrimony on Christmas eve. We wish them now at San Erawiseo, from which point In­
of tickets was placed at only $2.50 and no ex­ at the New York Store.
J cheerfully recommend it to all troubled aa 1 Lav.
is
corresponding
wit
h
different
parties
here
t
been.
Yours truly,
terest, and unpaid at maturity, will only draw
pense was spared for the success of the affair.
joy-
Mas. 8. WEaiH.MLow, bardinia, N. Y.
The Jacksonville Minstrels will perforin at legal interest after that time.
in relation to our mines.
Win. Brown, brother of Mrs. J. A. Cardwell,
R eligious I tems .—Rev. M. A. Williams Phienix to-morrow evening.
Eagan A' Co.'s arastra in the Willow
The Red Men are discussing the proposition left for his home m the Umpqua valley last
will hold services at the M. E. Church in this
springs district is in operation again. A
The different schools resumed studies Mon­ of renting the greater portion of the second
Saturday, after paying this section an extended clean-up will soon be m i l«*. The vein con­
place next Sun lay morning at the usual hour. day with a good attendance.
story of John Orth's building and fitting up a visit.
will be paid to any Publie Iloepital to tv matn-
....Rev. W. II. Klyce preaches at Colver's hall
tinues to develop well ami promises to be
ally agree«! upon, for every certifleate of thia medi­
All brand-.
tobacco, first quality, 65c. per neat and commodious hall in it.
cine pubkaLed Ly us which 1» not genuine.
Friend Wallis of the Yreka telegraph office extensive as well as rich.
in Phienix next Sunday morning.... Elder M. pound, at the New York Store.
D. H. Thomas, a practical millwright resid­ received a substantial present on New Year’s
Peterson will preach at Eagle Point on Sun­
A. O. Eek« Ison and S. I.aeklan«!. who
Its Ingredients.
There will be a social party at the residence ing in Humboldt county, Cal., desires to run a
day.
day. It was a bouncing boy, and he is as big spent tho holidays in .Jacksonville, have
■— — ......■< -.■■ ■■■ ■ ---
of Daniel Fisher on the 27th inst.
To show our faith in the safety ami excellanra ot
mill by the thousand. For further particulars as paterfamilias now.
resumed their positions at the Star Gulch
th» K. B., upon preper personal Application, wh.a
P rofessional .—Attention is called to the
Snow was six inches deep at Sterling on see his advertisement elsewhere.
satisti.il
th«» no imposition is intended, we will
John Sizemore of Sam's valley was in to vn ami 1 ’alnier er< ek diggings and are moving
give the names of ail '.ta in<re<lien’»,br affidavit.
advertisement of Dr. J. M. Taylor, surgeon Wednesday and still accumulating.
The above offers were never m«<ie I» fort bribe pro-
The Elliott property, containing 320 acres, Tuesday aud informs us that stock is faring the gravel ata lively rate.
dentist, who has permanently located at Ash­
pne'or of any otbei Family Mtxlicinaiu the world.
».
Tur.
animal
issue
of
Prof.
Tice
’
s
“
Weathei
Table ml cloths in all colors, first quality, and situated on the east side of Bear creek. fairly in that section at present. Tho loss will
Henry’ Gross A C«>. have lease I the dig­
Many tcatlmouiala. further information, and
land. He is a first-class workman, is well
full directions fur u»»n« will be found in the j-arn.
gings, recently opened by the Grave Creek Forecasts an 1 Am •ricau A bn in 1 ■ no 1N.VI ’ i.»
50c. per yard, at the New York Store.
probably
not
be
heavy.
was
sold
at
Sheriff's
sale
last
Saturday,
It
was
supplied w ith the latest and most improved
phlet “Treatise on IliMasaa of the Blood," in
out, ami we learn that the first edit 1 of 1 1'. el
w hielieacb bottle iaen«ffojc<l l'rir-e f ' per Lottie com
Three and a half pounds of coffee, extra bid in by C. Coleman for $2,400.
L. L. Savage returned to Linkville Tuesday, Ditch Company, for the season. Excellent
instruments, aud guarantees satisfaction in all
V»iuing 1Î oiincva, or 4" lo ÙU do»«-* Sold by drua-
prospects have been tbuml in this claim, *20,000 copies was < ill» -! for within <■ ght « lav-
<
'osta
Rica,
for
$1
at
the
New
York
Store.
D. R aksu M.I son & Co., I’rop're, Buffalo, N.Y
A movement is on foot in Ashland to insti­ after having spent the holidays in this place.
his operations.
which will no doubt prove a valuable one. of its publication, an I a s i'coinl larce r one put
Mrs. A. W. Cawley has resigned the man­ tute an Eastern Star Lodge, a branch ci the The party given on the evening previous to
The miners have an abundance of water to press. It is fuller and more sp< -i tic ill Its
D rownei «.- A son of William Noah, of the agement of the Rock Point telegraph office.
Masonic Order for ladies, Such an organiza» his departure was a pleasant affair.
sin«-«' the thaw commenced and are making weather pro.-n osti<-ations for j NS0 i h 1in fori ner HUNTERS’ EMPORIUM !
Meadows, aged about sixteen years, fel‘
tion would no doubt flourish here.
Mrs. A. Bilger leaves on a visit north this
The streams are high, but not threatening.
—AM»—
the most of it. It is now that the snow that ly, and a variety of su'oje ¡?ts of in’er est, Sludi
from a foot log while crossing Evans’ creek last
week, to recruit her health, which has been
i
The thaw has been gradual and resulted in
The meltingsnow and warm rains are thecauses.
f»*U recently is proving advantageous, as pla. ties an l theastrono■mieal re! it i ou» th ere-
Friday and was drowned. The body
Im.ly was
quite poor of late. We trust that Mis. Bilgers though it was much of a detriment toeverv to, heat an I sunstrokes,, cyclones, facts1 foi HARDWARE A’’D CUTLERY STORE,
Yesterday was the last day for exchanging no damage. The snow went off slowly and
noon afterward recovered, it is lielieved he
trip will bring her the relief she seeks.
foretelling the weatli'-r, etc., are discussed
om* at first.
school books. Regular rates w ill now obtain. steadily, accompanied by a light rain, to the
must have been hurt as lie' fell, for he was a
Col. W. >. Stone, Superintendent of the O.
relief of everybody w ho feared a flood.
A miner from California is working some A copy can be obtain -■! byim-’osing 20 cents t.
Wilderville hail two parties on New Year s
good swimmer.
C. Stage Line, was kicked in the thigh by a ground on Fr.iirie Flat, two miles south oi Thompson, 'Tice A Lillingston. St. Louis, Mo.
For ball tickets, programmes, rewards of
night. Wilder gave one and Knight the other.
-a.----
horse at Yreka, which crippled him for a few town, by means ot an ingeniously coiitriv-1
merit,
wedding
invitations,
cards
of
all
kinds,
RE AITEARANCK OF THE M instrels .
The
Major A Uulverhouse have purchased of Mr.
\ i«'K s IT?>i: ti. Gi'ii»E Of the manv guide-
days.
We are pleased to learn that he is ed self-shooter that is now in this section
Jacksonville M'-istrels will give one of their Taylor the stage line from Alturas to Lakeview. circulars, pamphlets, ¡Misters and other plain able to be about as usual.
and
seed and pl lat catalogues sent out by our
and has caused considerable comment. It
and fancy printing, go to the T imes oilice.
pleasing entertainments at the Court House
s-eilsmen
anl nurserymen, and that are «loin,
Buginess men will find a fine supply of notes
L. F. < Jail informs us that a sudden heavy is an innovation in its line ami works well.
i
W.
F.
Wilkinson
of
Big
Butte
and
Jacob
this (Friday) evening,
They
will
pre
­
much
to
inform th? p ->pL? an 1 !»■ autii'y anti
so
'a1
of all kinds and receipts on hand at the T imes
C. II. Williams has found excellent pros
rain the forepart of last month raised tli<-
McDaniel, as will be seen by their tinal proof
»ent au entirely uc.i programme, consisting of office.
enrich
onr
country,
none are .so beautiful, non«
water in Thomas' dam at the Meadows so that peds on his place near Rock I’oiut and will
notices published in the T imes , have made ap­
so
instructive,
as
Vick
’s Fiord Guide. It» pi California Street, Jacksonville, Oi .,cn.
the latest and most popular so igs, sketches,
The holidays are over, ami none seem sorry
the levee broke and the mill was undermined. immediately’ commence fitting up for an
per
is
the
choiee-t.
its
illustrations hau l-o ne.
plication to prove up on their homesteads.
dances, etc., in the rendition of which they
lw-au»e of it, though they were pleasantly
It w ill take sometime to repair the damage extended run this season. From a hall
an
I
given
by
the
linmlred,
while its colored
propose out ioing themselves, We expect to I
ll.’.y has advanced in price since the recent done.
Iv ur's work with two «luice-boxes be real­
4 LWAY- ON
\N’> THU n’'»'T s-'TOCK
spent.
.\ nt P.it<»nt nnd H -m'»-nu»d«> Rule» an I
see a full house, fo" the b lys deserve it.
sto--.';, some choice lots selling as high as $15.
ized about seventy-li ve cents iu coarse gobi, plate is a gem. This work, although costin
Lost A plated sleeve-button. The finder
Jasper Crenshaw, son in-law of Wm. Justus,
which is evidence that, good pay is in but live cents, is hand-om? eoo.igh for a gilt ■»liot <imi». »iiig'e ti. i doel.ie: i{ev<>|vers <>f
Th surplus is not great, ami it may be scarce
tire latest pat< at •; P..<-kel Pi»'«ils, ne.it, sma'I
R aü . road T ime C h \ ngei >.—The C. P. R. R will be suitably rewarded by returning it to this
has returned from Illinois Mith his family, store for him.
book, or a place on the p irlor table. Published a'.i.l powerful; Derringer», the iale»t »nd
at ie above figure before the season ends.
has changed time and now leaves San Fran­ office.
after an absence of four years, and will take
l>y J ames V k k , R>«:i<c.,u^i, A. Y.
best; also th«* best Powd«»r sed l’«iwd'‘r
A Rock Point correspond« nt ’.vri'es to‘I d -
The sale of the personal property belonging
——————«— -
■ -
cisco for Reading at 9:30 a . m , arriving at the
up a permanent aboile in this couiffy’. He is
i'la-k»; Hunt ng and Pocket Knives of Gio
J. S. Howard found a switch of hair on the
T imes : Ilnv A Magrud >r are running both
Seosioii* t.ll.c.
best bran«!»; all » it» <,fS'i<»t and !’mich*-i;
Jatter place at 10:29 f. m . It leaves Reading street the other day and now wants to lind to the estate of Daniel Ilop'.t ns was well at­ satisfied t’.iat there are worse places than
■of their pipes with excellent prospects.
tended. The prices obtained were’fair.
The
You are asked every «lay through the col *'iip». W ul-and everything in the Sports­
at 6 a . m ., and arrices at Sin Francisco at the owner.
Oregon.
man's line.
I
’
he
late
freeze
damaged
them
but
little.
saw-mill and a few other articles remain i
limns of your new »p ip r», an l by your drug­
7:05 i’, m . An aeconiinodation train froin Sac­
ih* will aiso keepa full line nt SHELF
B.
R.
Willits
of
Kano
creek
spent
the
lioli
The
o
<1
pioneer
Bassett
ami
John
Horn
A correspondent writes us that it froze hard unsold.
gists, to use something for your ki ln-ys that II \ !fl >W.\ RE, Nails, and |{o|>«*of all kir>«ls
ramento has siso Leen put on, leaving Reading
days in the valley, lie reports the snow not have st ruck it at last on Poverty gulch, a
enough in Sam's valley to cougeal whisky at d
you know nothing about, and vou get «liseotir a n < i si z.es, ( . t r p j o < r- it 11 < I i % <i g« m - maar i s’
at 1:30 a . m ., and arriving in Sacramento at
For
all
the
ills
that
flesh
is
heir
to,
no
matter
unusually deep m that region. Work is pto- tributary of Gall's creek. They get $2.50 to
To >1», -i com ole!«- a-»or’ nrent <«1' T:il»le aiul
break the jug.
S:30 r. m .; and leaves Sacramento at 4:30 a .
what the age, there is no household remedy gressing satislactorily at the saw-mill, and a the pan—some pans. E. Dimiek, at the a. ed spending your inoii'.-y. But this s «rt o I’ ><•:<«•! (’ill,« IV, log« ' Iler Wil It a till l -llppiV
Chas. Winters received a severe cut on his
"f i 'a: nts. (ills, Va i n i *b<-s. (t lass, etc.
m . and arnves at Reading at ) 1 i*, m .
equal to Frese's Hamburg Tea. Besides, the considerable amount of lumber will be liiaiiu- Dry «Jiggings, is working day ami night business is at an en<l since the intro«! net ion <>.
The al> vc goo<i-are ali ol lhe best quali­
upper lip by a fall on New Year’s night, but is
the
celebrated
()
i : e :;<» n Klh.NET Ti.A.
Recoill
md makingtlie gravel fly with his “Giant.”
children like it; there is nothing nauseating tact urei! tor next season s traffic.
ty ami will be sold
M orf . S now . — If some of tiie meteorological recovering fast.
Bybee A Fisher's «litch lo Big Bar will be mended by all.
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
about it.
I’he “Mercury’’of the 2 ! -avs : Iti. F. I > iw
¡terns in this weeks issue area “little off, ” the
in. Bybee is engaged in repairing the «lam-
comtd'
‘
ted
I>v
tlie
1
st
<>t
February.
A
num
New gens made to order, and repairing
B usiness M1: int .—Those owing bills at
The snow about Fort Klamath is deep- r than ell of Jacksonville was in town < luring tl.
clerk of the weather must be held accountable age done to ins ferry on R >gue river by high
her of Chinamen are engaged ir. its con­ “’The «’itv Drug Store" are hereby notified promi'lv lone and in good style. All or­
usual, and the mercury fell to 20 below zero week looking up evide.
to be use« 1 in a suit
der» tilled VV lib di»). Cell.
or the head of this department of the T imes water recently.
struction and are making c«msiderab!e
that they will be icfused credit until th v set
be
This
must
during
tile
recent
cold
snap,
J HIN MJ 1.1.ER.
liow
pending
between
I
lmself
and .1« ■sse Apple-
act down as a very poor Yank ee ; for, liotwith-
It is now that the busy housewife carries the first stages of what the p >et terms tin- gate, lor recovery of one-half of the judgmeiit headway. Til«« firm believe they have a tie. Also, that interest will In- <■'urged from
atauding our predictions, •uow commenced
good thing, and we hope their hopes will
her water to the house for cooking purposes in frigidity of Siberia's icy n ihls.
the date of this notice.
Ri't-. i:: K ahler .
paid by Doweil aa security w ith Apj.»!»-gab- tm lie realized.
felling a gain Wedn sd.-iy night and, at the
a market-basket.
Jacksonville,
January
1.
Lssff.
*
S. E. May, «!■ i.uilting ■» -cretai v <>t >date.
The Ashland House, as will
> <»f « ¡ng to press, wa- »tv eral inches dr. p.
Tire general land office recently decided
J. A. Boyer, D. D. G. M., will install the vertisernent elsewhere, is offere I for sal - or
This promises to be one of the seven, t Win-
Mr. Bi'niu-r, one of th? proprieltors of tin­ that all the atlhlavits rr<|iiired by law in
officers
of Ashland 1. > Ige No. 45, I. O. O. F., rent. This is desirable property and it will be
ters in our history ami may prove so to stock
('entenuial mine in the Willow Sprin gs district, support of appli«‘ations for mineral patents
to-morrow evening.
disposed of at a Itwrgain. Call on J. Houck, returned from Portland this week. He wa must be made by the applicants them­
rais r? in partii ular:.
We have recti veil Falkner, BMI & < o. s wool on the premises, for particulars.
accompani-'d by his «laughter, w ho will tak< selves. Under this ruling a number of
H igh W ater — The thaw of the forepart of report for 1^79 an 1 shall prescut it to our
Tiie Postal Department now lines the mail up a residence m this place and pro! •ably for.ii applications and affi lavits tiled in the local
ne week, accompanied by rain, raised some of readers next week.
carriers for every minute they are behind thei: a class in portrait painting. A hau l so ne sain- <11< riels by agents of non - residents of mint's
the streams to the highest point they have at­
The Legion of Honor will meet next Friday schedule time. At the end of the quarter the [ile of Miss B-n i'?r’s skill may bit seen a: have been rejected. The acting commis-
tained for some tinie. Jackson and Daisy eveuing, and an excellent programme is in due
siomT of the general Ian 1 oifiee lias, how-
minutes lost are added together, figured into Beekman's banking office.
creeks abandoned their banks and for a time course of preparation.
• ■ver, at the instance ;>f Senator Hill, of
hours and tines deducted accordingly.
From a letter recently received from Dr. A
threatened mirth damage. K ane creek, near
i C'doiado, issued an onler that no more
For sale or rent —the residence formerly oc­
C. Matthias, formerly of this place, now <> «•rinee'la: i ms of t his s«.rt sb al I be made iin-
Billiards
are
the
popular
amusements
now-a-
the residence of John Swinden, was so high
cupied by George W. Frey. For further par­ days and some of our young bloods are devel­ tillboa, Ohio, we learn that lie has some iliten 1 ii <’ongress takt's act ion upon tire pending
♦
the s’vges found it risky to cross it. Since
ticulars apply at this office.
oping a great degree of proficiency in the game. tions of returning to the Coast, though he pro­ bill which prov i l«‘s that such applications
•nienced falling the waters have re-
ami affidavits in eases of non residents
Business men are renderingaccounts, towards Several matches have been made and some poses trying Kansas first. His health is not sliall be valid if sworn t » by their local
with prosjiects of again proving
the
best,
we
are
sorry
to
heir,
his
wounded
effecting the regular annual settlement, the money hac changed hands on the results.
agents cognizant oftlre tacts.
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arm troubling him considerably. The Doctor'
T imes corps among the number.
Business men should not forget that bill­
<JrAP.rr.itLV M eeting
Th? second quarter­
Ye have been furnished another
The Jacksonville Post Oilice issued 2,690 heads, statements, letter-heads, envelop-s and many friends here wish him success wherever
he may go.
ly meeting of the M. E. Church for Jackson in the should -rs and <liif -rent parts of th«
on's handsome poems, en- money orders m 1S79. Daring thelast quarter
every description of commercial printing, neat
body, a feeling ot la»-.tilde and desponilency,
” and one that has never 165 registered letters were sent.
Henry R. Brown, of Brownsborough, one of ville < 'iri 'iit will be held at Pmviix on Satur­
I
and cheap, can be obtained at the T imes office
are
all rca«lily removed by these Bitters.
day
and
Sunday,
January
24th
ami
25t
‘
i
, which we will take pleasure
Major Barron drove a large number of his on short notice. Keep your money at home. the 1 imes staun< hp<t frieti Is, made us a call
[(
'mirant.
Preaching
on
Saturday
at
11
o'clock
a
.
m
.,
at
Monday. He informs us that the stock-raisers
> our readers in the next issue cattle into the valley aud is feeding them upon
The Portland “Stamlard” an 1 “Oregonian " of that sei tion are kept busy attending to their ter which the quarterly conference will be
.Mr. Simpson ia engaged in pre­ hay for which he paid a fancy price.
I’ill.UIN K.IA TO III I TAI.«». N. Y..
The liver regii!:i’e«l, th«» bow •'« put in
issued mammoth sheets, filled with the cliro- herds, which look well as yet, having come in lieTd. All th«* officiary are re<pieste«l to 1.
paring a D<-» k of poems, which will in time lie
are
made by thousands <>f invalids anntial- proper older, lire bloo-l enrich«-i and pur-
z\ handsome present to your friends in “the oology of Oregon for 1S79 and other int -rest-
given to the public. His poetry is too well
from the Summer range in good condition present, as important bu.stm ss M ill com«' In for, lv toe insult with tire nre«li<*:il and »urgirá' ifie«l, and ilu* nervoii« system ren«leied
States” would be a copy of the T imes sent reg­ I mg matter, on New Year's Day. Thcse evi-
'S
('onsiderable feeling has been done; lmt, as the conference. The usual quarterly meeting statf of the World's Dispensary and luva IraiKpiil and vigorous by this inestimah'o
known to need any commendation at our hands,
ularly. It will save mauy a letter.
demes of enterprise aml prosperity are note- the snow :s fast disappearing, stock can shift services Mill be held on Sabbath. All are in­ lids' Hotel, tin« largest private »anil ariuni family me«li«*me and »at> guard against
and it will therefore be unnecessary for us to
in th«* world. All ebroiiic «liseasrw un­ <li»eas< . vv li «'ll is. ijiorcov < r, a most agreea­
foi itself again to a certain extent.
The party at E. W. Gragg’s residence in worthy.
vited to attend.
D. A C r iwei . i ., Pastor.
add that the work will be replete with choice
treated
by scientific met hod <. 'I Ire practici ble and clTert iv«* app«'tiz.er, :>ll(i a cordial
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SflTT!*” valley, during the holidays, passed oil'
is divided among nine emiix'iit specialists. peenli ii iv adapted to the wants of the aged
gems, as only he can compose.
High water detained the stage from the north
Meteorology lor IH79.
R e \ i . E state T h ansaci ions . The follow in _■ Among the m »st popular «lomestic medi­ ami infirm.
tih-iy.
Fi ity-two tickets were sold.
on Friday last, but the delay was only tempo­
F n »ale by a” Druggists and Dealer*
deeds
have been recorded in the County Clerk's cines in the land ar<* tilos«* mamita«-!ureti
T he O pium C i • rse .—The “Sentinel'’ says
Rev. M. A. Williams, who has taken con­
The bridge across Jacksun creek, on Oregon rary. Thanks to the efficiency of the officials
by this Association, among which are Dr.
siderable pains in his iii teorologie.il obsetca­ office since the last issue of the T imes :
there are at least three C'.liuese opium dens in street, was demoralized by high water aud a
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, tin
of the Stage ('ompany, we arc now enjoying
John Ralph to Harry Smith, «¡nit-claim deed greah’st ot .literatives or lilood-<'!c.n;ser».
Jacksonville, which are frequented almost
tions for 1S79, has kin lly furnished us the fol­
foot-log has been brought into service.
uninterrupted mail service notwithstanding
to lot in Ashland. ('oiisideratioii, $1.
and Dr. P.eree's Ptdlefs (little pills) tha;
nightly by about a dozen of the young men of
lowing synopsis thereof, which will be found
the bad weather and worse roads.
have largely supers«'de<l lire ««Id la»ln«>n<-<!
David
Payne
to
Jaim
s
F.
Wells,
land
in
The most elegant stock of calling cards ever
accurate and valuable for reference:
this place. Our cotemporary lias strained at a
<•<»irs«'pills. Compound Extract ot Sniart-
Ashland precinct. Consideration, S562 50.
S.
B.
McFerrin's
family,
living
near
what
is
CAI.il-»RM A ST.,
gnat ami swallowed a camel. M e have learned brought to Oregon was received at the T im es
W. T. Wats« in tot;. W. Smith, one acre in Weed is de»erv< illy populara» a reme'ly tbi
V
known as the Desert, have been quite ill w ith
diarrho'a, dysentery, flux, and kindred dis
Thecold-
last
week
direct
from
New
York.
office
Ashland
precinct.
Coiisider.ation,
$35.
that a depraved few frequent the opium dens
M can
j?
ea»«'s; also as a pain-killer and remedy fi r
est near <-♦-
tousilitas, but are now recovering under tile
0 ? - 1
K
-
Tempera.
Onr affable Postmaster is all smiles, which a
r:
of Ciiinitown and there indulge iu the pernic­
1 7T
«'«»bls. Dr. Pierce's Eavorih* l'l'escriptioi- ÎÎ. FIOTUE,
-
-
-
Prcprietor
j
Sunrise
Treasurer
Fisher
soinet
i
me
since
Married
th
os,
treatment of Dr. \ rooman. The disease is
is the great remedy for female weakness
I’":.
ious habit handed down to them by the filthy glance at the items under “Born’’ will fully ex­
delinquent on account of school fund interest ami a»»o<'iat«'d derangements. Dr. S:ige’»
supposed to have been caused |,y drinking sur­
A M M 1’ VI
r m
Mongol. That there should be any so lost to plain. We extend our congratulations.
Jan 26 11 2S 1.49 5th, 15
face water that proved to be impure.
6.1 that the time for settlement was at hand, to Catarrh 1’em«-ly is tlie “< ffd R«-liai>l«'.” In­
all self-respect is bad enough; but why exag
For a nice, clean shave, or a first-class sham-
Feb 35 • >3 43 1.07 4th, 16
1 a which notice many have respondeil.
As a valids’ Guido Book—!<> cents, post-paid. ‘PHIS WITT, KNOWN MARKET. OP-
David
L.
Ho
’
ikins,
executor
of
the
estate
of
\<blr«'ss World's Dispensary M-dical Asso
1 posite Kahler A I’.Fo.’s drug store, is
Mar 39 52 35 4.55 12th, 32
g irate their number? Such sensational stories jm > o , give B. Rostel a call. He is a first-class
result, nearly $900 have been collected. Ami ciation, Batíalo, N. Y.,<«r Lomion, England. lu-tter pr«'[ ar«'d i ial: cv«-r i « i furnish the
50 1.6S Sth, 32
Daniel
Hopkins,
deceased,
elsewhere
gives
Apr
63
41
may read we1!, but they do not redoun 1 to the hair dresser and barber and will please every
public with Hie «-boxes quality of
still a feM’ argue that advertising doesn't pay.
notice that he will be in Jacksonville next May 43 63 53 3.00 3rd. 2S
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T he G rave —It buries everybody Frei.Ii Beef,
■credit of the town.
one.
4S — 1 . — > 63
■1
mi
.67
17th.
37
week for the purpose of effecting a settlement
The new year is fully under way ami Old —covers every deLmt—extinguishes
.95 5th, 37 27. OS
Several of the Road Supervisors did not re- with those indebted to said estate. Attention Jul 52 7~> 70
Poik. Veal.
I. O. O. F. I nstallation . John A. Boyer,
Aug 5 J so 90
1 Father Time rushes on, waiting for nothing, ex­ «■very resenirnent.
.51 24»Ii. 41 0. 98 9.1
From its peaceful
port
at
the
January
term
of
the
Commissioners
’
Sdut oa, JL ijh ,
I> D. G. M., last Saturday evening installed
is called to his card among the new advertise­ Sept 43 i i 67
.14 10th, 33
1 i«i
cept to take a swig of Matt. Dillon’s choice ho-otn springs nothing lmt fond re
iX.icoji. Salt Meat».
( let 39 t >3 50
.43 31st. 31
3d liquors as he passes by in his dizzy flight. And
the following otli ■er* of Jacksonville Ia»dge Court, but will nrobably be on hand next ments.
grets and tender recollections. Who
month.
50 39 3.23 27th, IS
Nov
32
Also,
Superior
G.
;
No. 10,1. <). O. F.: W. J. Flymale, N. <
Three-quarters of all the sewing machines in Dee 30 1 1 32 6.31 \ 23, 2 0
an look d«»wn on Hie gitive ot an ene
3d who can blame him?
W. C. Evants was fined $20 for assaultin g
Frank Krause, V. G.; T. B. Kent, R. S.; ; S.
Sauf’ngo. Ln.rd. Etc.
'the world arc Singer-..
This ('ompany has
1 24, 6
my
and no* feel a cmiipun ffious Hirol
I 20« 1 13d
F or S alem . Judge Prim of the Suprein« that he should have warred with tin
J. Day, F. S.; John Miller, Treas.; A. H. D. S. K. Buick at Myrtle creek recently. Tne been established over thirty years aud employs Til
21.03
Tire most fa'. oiiilil«' iiidm einents offere«!
M. egly, R. S. N. G.; John Hoekenjos, L. S. fine wan paid by outsiders sympathizing with (nearly twelve thousand men; consequently
poor htndful of earth th*.t lies moul tn pairoils, and no «fiorl will be apa/erl
N ote . The mean temperature is taken from Court left for Salem on Saturday morning, t
Evants.
ovvar«! giving genrial satisbu'tion.
Hi df ring before him.
N. G.; Win. M. Turner, K. S. \. G ; Ehler
they can give their customers a better machine records three times a day, viz: morning, noon attend the regular term of that l>o«ly.
The girls have a leap year party under con­
N. EJ< KF.
Honor
Mill
be
absent
for
several
weeks,
as
the
Band, L. S. V. G.; Chris. Ulrich, W.; Edwin
than any other. Call and see the agent here, and night.
sideration
and
there
is
a
wonderful
rejuvena
­
docket is quite an extensive one.
Smith, Con.; Fred. Luy, I. G T. T. McKen-
MARRIED.
*
Barkis seems to be ' D. 11. Feathers,
At thelast regular meeting of Teka Tribe No
aie, O. G.; Veit Schutz, R. S. S.; N. Ficke, tion of old bachelors.
Why Will You
willin’.
COATES-( ARSON — At Fort Jones, Cal.,
A reunion of friends occurred at the resi­ 53, Imp. 0. R. M., of Yreka, the following
], s. S. After the ceremony an excellent col
Dee. gflli, by Rev. Mr. Kuykendall,
Allow
a
cohl
to
advance
in
your
system
and
The person who borrowed Wm. Eaton's cross­ dence of Jas. A. Cardwell last Friday evening, jiersons were chosen chiefs: Sachem, E. II.
lation was served at the (. lub Room by the la­
Lyman
<>. ('nates to Miss Nora ('arson,
i thus encourage more serious inala-lies, such as
formerly of Jackson county.
dy members of Ruth Reliekah Degree Lodge. cut-saw one evening last week will please rc- which proved a pleasant affair. TheJaeksou- Schofield; S. S., E. Ranous; J. S., W. A. B. I’ni'umonia. Hemorrhages an I Lung Trouble
The reporter of the T imes had the good for turn it, as it is needed, Eatou is well acquainted v de String Band was in attendance and the Mills; C. of R., W. J. Wallis; K. of W., w hen an immediate relief can be so rea lily at M ARGREITER—PARKER—In Jackson
ville precinct, January 2d, by Hon. s. J.
w ith him.
. .rly hours of morn had arrived ere the com­ John l’ashbtirg; Trustees, A. H. Burrows, F. : taine I? B 'schee’s German Syrup has gained
tune to be an invite«l guest and can bear wit­
Day,
County Judg<>, John Margreiterand
the largest sale in the world for the cure o,
The officers of Ruth Rebekah Degree Lodge pany dispersed. Small fry was rigidly exclud­ G. Hearn and R. <>. Dewitt.
M i»s Harriet Parker.
ness that the affair was duly appreciated.
California St. Jacksonville.
i
Coughs,
(
’
olds
and
the
severest
Lung
Diseases
will l>e installed next Monday evening, and ed upon this occasion.
The road between this place ami Willow [t is Dr. Bosche«;’s famous German prescrip HIGGINBOTHAM — HORN — On Galls’
creek, at the residence of J.S. Horn, by
J cry L ist .—The following is the jury list those of Table Rock Encampment the follow­
The “Del Norte Record” of last week says: Springs is being damaged considerably by water tion, and is prepared with th«* greatest care,
J. W. Hays, J. P.. Samuel (’. Higgin­
for E«len precinct for 1880, as drawn by W, ing evening.
The mail carrier from Waldo, Oregon, Mr. f om adjacent gulches, which should lieattend- and no fear need I xj entertained in administer
THE UNDERSIGN! D HAS OPENED A
botham a.id Miss Ollie A. Horn.
mg
it
to
the
youngest
child,
as
per
«1
ir<
ction<
Beeson, Justice of'lhe Peace: John Coleman,
A communication, having “Bounties for Barnett, informs us that there was five ami one-
I general var «• y store with (¡eo. W. El­
e 1 to at once. The proverb that “an ounce The sab' of tins inedi -inc is nnpr.-cedeiitc.l
liot». where Ire will keen a full assortnient
Joel Smith. F. Barnelierg, A. Alford, Q. N Scalps "as its subject, will be found on our first
BORN.
half feet of snow on the trail. He was unable of prevention is worth a pound of cure’’ could S nee first introduce 1 there ha- be. n :ic«>ns‘au:
ot «-¡gars. toha«'c<i. »moking articles, can­
Anderson, W. M. Mathes, John Anderson, S. page. It is worthy of perusal, as also mature
to get over last Wednesday, and consequently not be more advantageously applied than in incn a-in z demand and without a sm.de r«-por* MULLElt — In tbi- city, January “th, to dies, stationery,cutlery and tovs.
«’. Taylor, M. H. Coleman, T. J. Bell, M consideration.
i of a failure to do its w k in any case. Ask
Latest new»p:ipers from San Franciuco
Mr. and Mr», Max Muller, a daughter.
we had no mail. He came in last Saturday this and many like instances.
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and tire E:i«t always on liaml. He invites
your Druggist a« to the truth of these remarks
A bill or statement of atx-or.nt can be sent with the letter mail only.
Lindley, S. Patterson, J. F. Gregory, C. God­
th«* pul11ic to gi v e him a «-all and assures all
Large size 75 cents. Try it an l be convinced
The AAoril
T«I ADY C.K I INLKN.
lard, R. Smith, J. N. W w ly. H. Ammerman. through the mails, unsealed, forone cent. Any
tlrev will call again.
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Considerable difficulty was experienced in Which lias already’ becoine a household
W. S. Gore, A. Rose, M. Liddle, Thus. More- writing besides the items of the bill subjects it empaneling a Coroner’s jury in the Hess ease,
JAKE M ARCUSE.
%
CARD.
word, is derived from I he Greek,and com­
The Tini'.Nhnw Ci«' Inrgesl cireiilntioii
I
iLnd.G. High, Benj. Stevens, H. E. Cooper, J. to letter postage.
posed
of
two
words.
Sozo
ami
Odontes,
To
all
who
are
suif
'ring
from
the
error*
as everybody were engaged in looking after
«•v
iitt ii ii » i ! In SailOregon by any
“Si.zo" translated, i. cans tn preserve, ami
1! Crosby, M. Conger, Jas. Helms, C. T.
Tiie County Commissioners met this week
their stock and none were anxious to serve as “Odontes'’ the teeth -“St»ZOln.lNT" a pre­ and in liscretions of youth, nervous weak­ i>i>Hv;i:q»,r an I therefore ofTerw wii|»»'ri«»r
Payne, John Wright, L. Colver, S. Robinson, and transacted considerable business of an unini- jurymen. An inquest was finally held by Jus­ server of the teeth. Ami it is true to its ness, early <1 e«y, loss of manhood, Ac., 1 in ilt<*eii:ei>ls to n,ll eel isers. Our list is
Ik Root, R- B. Robinson, S. Furry, O. Har portant nature. The proceedings w ill appear tice Miller of Chimney Rock, and the verdict name. Il beaut dies ami preserves tire will send a recipe that will cure you FREE priiiripa’ly eoniiaeil to Jackson. Jose­
4 LLTHOSE KN< IWINGTHEMSELVE8
teeth, hardens and invigorates the gums, .OF CHARGE. This great remedy was phine niul f.ake conn I lew. Itnsl ties» mca 2 » iiule1
to tire un lereiume«!, either l»v
baugh, A. P. Tallent, R. V. Dunlap. J. H. in our next issue.
rendered was substantially in accordance with and corrects all impurities of tho breath
note or !> n.k -tcconiu . ar«' i'‘qn«'ste«| tocome
discovered by a missionary in South Amer­ shonl i lake note ol thia.
Berry, Geo. Brawley, Jas. Huykill, J. G. Nor- i The holidays were pleasantly spent in the
the facts given in the last issue of the T imes . Theodor of this pure preparation is so de-
forwanl and settle iniurediaielv, as vour
John Callaghan, Chas. ( ottrell, D. High, vicinity of Deskins’ mill on Rogue river. Sev­ The body was then buried, almost a week after ligh’tnl that it is a luxury to apply it. It i - ica. Send a self-addre*se 1 envelope to the lfeil! MINING BLANKS GO THE TIMES accounts aro mad»* out tor col bref ion.
'R
ev
.
J
oseph
T.
I
nman
,
I),
Stir
as harmless as water, fciold by druggists
I
O ffice . c«»np’s Hand-book <>f Mining
A. (’.STANLEY, M. D.
longer, D. W. Gilbert, S. Sherman, B. eral parties occurred there and none failed to death hail ensued.
York
and perfumer*.
Law always kept on hand. Price $1 a «upy.
Table Rock, Jan. 1,15S(J.
enjoy themselves.
King of the Blood
SCROFULA.
Months
1
Grand Opening
S. F. CÏGAR STORE
t
TO WHOM IT MAY CO n CEKH.
L \V. G. Bishop.