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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1880)
The inclement weather of the past few weeks
has proved fatal to many outbuildings, several
i substantial ones «among the number.
did not escape, either.
Ul\I\(i NE WN.
P£1€SON IL MU’ES.
Minors aro in their glory.
JANI \HY TEEM.
J. W. Manning has rotiuacd from Like
-Hon. Silas J. Day', Judge;
Eggs aro rtill at a premium.
T. L. Beck, at Willow Springs, has four I A. D. Helman has been Ashland » Nasby < . Ma ¿ruder and L. K. Anderson. Commission
Democrats should begin to “gird their loins"
Legion of Honor this evoning.
L ost .——On tho occasion of the Rebekah ball
ers ; E. B. Wat . >n, Clerk.
employod in his mines and is doing since 1856.
for the great contests of 18S0. With harmony
Vegetable» are becoming scarco.
at Veit’s hall on January 1st, a boy’s scarf,
Reports of Louis ShidcLjr. SujKirvisor of Road
In our ranks, and less scrambling for the oilices,
Miss Dora Kearnes of Eden is paying Jack I District No. 4, C. F. Blake of No. 1, J. M.
black and bluo In oolor. The finder will oon-
Taxes arc coming in very »low ly.
Tho weather of tho p.ast week has boon sonville a visit.
an easy victory’ awaits ua.
fer a favor by leaving it at the T imes office.
Childers of No. 7, Jas. Loomis of No. 13, Petei
Sujierior job printing is ocr specialty.
very favorable to minors and they’ have wa
The members of the Republican State Cen
Simon of No. 16, John Cantrell of No. 20, C.
ter to spare.
Every imaginable kind of weather now-a-days.
C hange or F ibm .—C. D. Cardwell has been
tral Committee from Southern Oregon are:
but is now convalescing.
B. Kingsbury of No. 31, H. I’. Des kins of No.
Copp’s Handbook of Mining Law and
Tho weather ia now comparatively agreeable. J. n. (’hitwood, Jackson; C. B. Watson, Lake:
admitted as a full partner in the Union Livery
were examined and approved.
every* description of mining blanks can be i J. G. Birdsey of Central Point is quite ill
Stable, which will hereafter be conducted in
Three undershirts for $1 at tho New York Thus. F. Floyd, Josephine.
petition of 4’. D. Recd for
with a relapse of the mea-les.
obtained at the T imes otllco.
first-class style by the new firm of Cardwell Store.
tho county' road le-ading
One of our young men, who seems to know
Cure« all Scr< fuloui affections and disorders rvsulU
ft Son. Success to them.
N. A. Handy, a San Francisco speculator in
S. Lackland, at tho Palmer crook mines,
ing from Impurity of the blood. It is nwtilees to
pre 'III ct was denied.
Hay ia a salable article and quoted at $15 whereof he »peaks, say» it takesagent about is working in rich ground and will move hides, was in town this week.
s; t-cify all, uo thu sufferer can usually jM-rreivu th air
The follow lug R..ad
three years to learn how to fan a young lady considerable of it this season.
R klictoc . s I tkm *.—Rev. D. A. Crowell will a ton.
cause, but Sab Rheum, 2*implct9 llcerg, Tumort,
Lewis G. Ross left tor Trike county last week pointed for the prese
L Hrt, ¿,'w<Utnx;if &c., uio the iu<»st common, as
hold service» at the M. E. Church on Sunday
Tho wind capsized Beall Bros.’ hay-shed last so as to not muss her bangs.
Well as many ulfcCtuuM of tho 2fu>rt, ZZsud, Ztvor
Stepli 'iison, I )i>tr: 't N>
Gin Lon is operating both of his pipes to try his fortune iu that section.
next.... Rev. W. H. Klyeo preaches at Browns- Friday.
Heavy w inds, indicative of storm, prevailed and will make a clo.an-up soon. He has I
X... 1 Jacob Worlow,
Dr. J. A. Chastain and Geo. llrawlev, of No. I: ; H. T. S. veraiic
borough on Sunday morning and at Antelope
The political cauldron will Boon begin to tho latter part of last week ami worked consid been at work steadily’ for somotimo past,
Plnenix', Were in town yesterday on laud busi trell, No. 20; Win. T
at three o’clock........ Elder M. Peterson will ebulliato.
erable damage to fences and frail shanties. The
1 •< skins, N<>. 1 it»; G. 1
officiate at Central Point Church next Sunday.
storms failed to arrive, however.
Helms, No. 3.
Jai'kass creek and otlior sections from work
Six pounds of refined sugar for $1 at the New
Woniorfol Cure of Blindness.
Billy Carll has become interested in the
Tiie consideration of thcpctition< for appoint
Business men can keep thoir money at home ing, but this impediment Is now of the past.
O ld S ol in E clipse .—The eclipse of the 8tm Yc.k Store,
D B awsom , S om ft Co.: For tho benefit of all
Metropolitan Saloon at Roseburg with 0. C. ment of Supervisor of District No. 26 was post
last Sunday was partially visible hero tx.*. ccru-l
troubled with Kcrofula or Impure Blood tn tbei*
John Bolt ami John O'Brien of Applegate Perkins.
line, ornamental clocks at the New York by ordering their bill-heads, letter-heads, notes,
systems, I Lorubr recommend King of the Blood.
receipts, etc., at the T imes office, whero thu were in town this week, who inform ns that
manded general attention. The pher.ca.enon Store at coat.
It was ordered that tho several Road Super
1 bavu l».ri troubled with Scrofula for the pact tea
yean, which ao affected my vyes that I wmcoiz »-
visors in this comity be notified to er«< t and
best printing is dono at low rates.
as witnessed through a piece of smoked tin by ,
tho minors of that section aro all busily' at
Phcenix has a debating society, which holds
t letely bliud for six months. I woa reeommurvded
falling down an embankment at Gall’s creek I keep up guide or finger boards at the forks of
to try King of the Blood, which baa provud a great
many was lieautifully totaL There will be 1 weekly sessions.
New quarters for the enlisted men at Fort work,
every highway and crossing of public reads iu
recently, is fast recovering.
blessing t<> me, ns it bus completely cured me, and
four eclipses during 1880, so we are informed
Egan A Company’, who havo boon crush
Klamath will he built next Summer. The
1 cheerfully rvcouimcud It to all troubled as 1 Lave
tlioir Tespe five disti. "s a- r- q'iir< 1 by Section
by the scientific.
Measles aro now afflicting the Willow
W. P. Farlow of Big B itte informs as that 31), of Chapter .*><), of tlieMise- ilaneous Laws o'
officers’ quarters are still in good condition, ing ore from their ledge in Willow S,wrings
Mas. 8. WEaruauix/W, bardinia, N. Y.
needing only a slight renovation.
T he M instrels .—Owing to tho Incloment
districts ¡Mirforinel, or show cause why the
Much of our Eastern mail comes via Port
necessary in every instance.
up in a few day’s.
weather the Jacksonville Minstrels were not
The game law goes into force on February 1st,
f-imie lias not been done.
land at present.
Mrs. J. C. Scott and Miss Emily Brown pro
The minors on Elliott creek have general
greeted by as large an audience last Friday
It w as further ord. red that hereafter no claim
hut effect it has noue. As it stands it is little
Chinese New Year is approaching and chick,
will be psi<l to any Public noapital to bo matu-
evening as they deserved. Tho performance
better than nothing at al! on the subject am! ly suspended operations on «account of the pose opening a dress-making establishment in for services as Supervisor will be allowed in
ally ai/rwl upon, for every oarti Heute of this medi
exc is of one day for every live days' laboi
I deep snow, which obliged them to seek Jacksonville at an early date.
was first-class, excelling all previous ones of ena are roosting high.
should either be amended or repealed.
cine publiabol by ua which ia uut genuino.
more gonial climes.
I T. <J. Andrews has retired from the fore- 1
J. C. Birkhead of l’h«enix has pat up 100
the series. The rendition of some portions
lhlLs to a considerable am uiiit v < i< aiulited.
Miss Nettio Howard entertained some of her
of the programme would have done credit to tons of ice for summer use.
i friends at home I uesday evening. Music mi <1 I Tho Forty-nine diggings, near I’hronix, manship of the Ashland Woolen Mills ami is
profi >si»uals, and tho whole was well received
our fnith in the safety nnd c xoelltncr of
Beautiful—those elegant gi!t-odgu«l calling : dancing were features, and a pleasant time
the K. B., np >n proper portonal application, when
l>y those iu attendance.
cards at the T imes office.
ratirtivd that no itnpoMti«»n is iutendetl, we will
was experienced by thoso in attendance.
a private enterprise, however.
give the nnmeaof nil its injzr».<lients,hr uihdarit.
I nstillation of O fficers .—At a regular
Madame Holt proposes giving a grand ball
J hv above offvrt» werw never made bvfurehy the pro
The quarterly meeting of the M. E. Church
The recent high water ole trod Foot’s c 'oek
prtHorof any other Family Medicine in the world.
meeting of Ruth Rebekah Degree I^slge No. 4, in her nuw hall on July 5th.
on the 2Ith an«l 25th will no doubt bu an inter ami other streams of accumulated tailings,
Mauy textiiiioulnl..further information, and
full direct ioua for uaiiiK will bu found iu tlm ;>«ui-
J. O. O. F., held Monday evening, the’follow-
All brands of tobacco, first quality, 65c. per esting ono. We learn that several «pn -tions of which will give tho miners rnoro dulnp
plib. t “ t r<.a: iso on llibea-ea of the Ittood," iD
ing officers were installed : Mrs. W. J. Ply- pound, at the New York Store.
which vli L atle i.encIiMed Price $1 j>er liittk <xm-
I importance will cornu up for consideration tlieu. than tin v h:tvc been f.tvoi "d with for sumo
Vdiiuip 13 ounce«, or 4" to JO <1 om .. Sold hydro*
male, N. <».; Mrs. Newman Fisher, V. O.; C.
D. IU n . om .S un A. Uo., Prop’n, Buffalo,N.Y
’Squire \\ atters of Ashlaud has uohl his
Tho snow has been so deep in tho hills of limo.
Ulrich, R. S.; K. Kubli, F. S.; Mrs. Fred.
house to Christian Farlow for 8825.
I Lite, that flocks of quail arc driven to the sub
Chappel, F kelson A ('o., at Star gulch,
Luy, Trvas.; John A. Boyer, Con.; F. Luy,
working day and night ami have an am
"Warden; W. J. Plymale, I. G.; Mrs. K. Kubli,
supply’ of water without drawing o.i the
K. >. N. <».; Mrs. John Miller, R. S. V. <>.; county grapes as a luxury in that market.
crooks, so saturated is the ground
Mrs. C. Ulrich, L. S. V. G.; Veit Schutz, 0. G.
Jas. Hart, the mail-carrier, reports auveral
WARE AND CUTLERY STORE,
It has been quite foggy at times during the withit. They export to wash a groat area
T hs B onk <> f C oxtkntiow .— The organ,
past week, with tho weather considerably of ground this season.
Better than a letter to your friends in the
who.se ownership has been definitely settled in
Work la still dolaye«! at tho Squaw Lake
warmer than usual. The ; I .-'« ncc of rain has
tho minds of all, and isiualike manner claimed States: A copy of tho T imes Rent regularly. permitted the thaw to be gradinai, ami a Hood «liggings by a slido in the ditch, hut
L. F. W.Hits and wifo have returne«! from
by the same multitude, is now on exhibition
The new officers of Anhland Lodge No. 45, I. has thus been averted.
will soon bo resumed. Superintendent a visit to A-hland and vicinity’.
lit the residence of E. D. Foudray, ono of the 0. 0. F., will be installed to-morrow evening.
Klippel proposos Increasing tho force en will re-open iim IL b < <rovo School as soon
The stages now lay over at night at Levons'
custodimis, where it has been placed for pro
Farmers are weary' of the past weather and and Yreka when running on regular time. This gaged in making repairs ami will procee«! as the weather will permit.
tection from the inclement weather now pre look forward to an opportunity to speed the
with all possible spood.
Mrs. A. Bilger, accompa
enables drivers to make tho mountain routes
vailing. A trial proves it to be an instrument plow.
Mmii.g has taken a now start at Yreka. Kreuzer, left for R isebiit
of first-class qualities, as well as being of an
Parties from San Francis-o, t<>gether with former goes for tho purjiose
New »«ashes have plain ends. The embroid ample opportunity to rest.
Inquiring appearance. Having seen it, we are
others of that vicinity, have formed a com
California Street, Jacksonville, Or'gon.
now fully agreed that it is worthy of the ered, fringed or ornamented ends are out of
The telegraph lines .ire down in every direc pany ami propose operating an extensive health and will bo ; qu. I o
ecramblu for its possession.
tion and the operators have been burily em tract of ground lying along tho Yreka der and family.
4 LW \ YS ON IT \X’D THE BEST STOCK
Ashlan«! Post-office issued 1,264 money or ployed all week in repairing the breaks. Com «creek, which is supposed to be very rich.
V»’. JL Shook, who has been spending some
A F ine A ffair in S tore for J acksonville .
.1 of Patent an«l Home-made Rifle» and
ders and forwarded 519 registered letters dur munication has been suspemled for a time, but ThoGraml ApplegatuCompany has every time among his friends in Jacksonville, re
shot < inn-, -ingle atnl doplile; Revolvers of
- Orvgouian-Pecahontaa Tribe of Red Men
th ' ¡alt t pal'’its; Pocket Pist<>ln, neat, small
a resumption is proinise«l soon again.
thing in readiness and may commence pip- turned to Lake county yesterday, where he
will soon commence preparations for theappro-
■.ml p .w<rlul; Derringers, the latest and
The bad roads and weather keep almost ev-
If you don’t keep the sewing machines in | ing at almost my time. Superintendent
priate celebration of St. Tammany’s Day (12th
liest; also the l>e-t Powder and Powder
wishes go with him.
Fla-ks; II uniing and Pocket Knives of tho
of May) in this place and has already apjtoint- erylxxiy at home and business is dull as a cou good or«ler, you know how much trouble it Fitzpatrick has succeeded in has mg tin
¡■Ost brands; al! sorts of Shot and P oiu 'I ich ;
• 1 a «••■ mniittee of genera! arrangements for the
1 ip-, Wai- and everything in tho Sports
Jugs placed in the I •_-t shape preparatory this week in an unnsuriHy g w»«l humor,
O. R. Myer ami 11. T. Chitwood of Ashlaml hand. I’rc; o’s Hamburg Tea is equally eiiiciuiit
puq»>se, consisting of H. K. Hanna, E. H.
i !.«> an exlcnded ; uu.
twinkle hi his eye denote«! that mischiel
lie will also keep a full lino of SHELF
Aut. nrieth, T. T. McKenzie, C. W. Savage have put up 25,000 pounds of ice, taking it iu keepix. ; the !>o.!y in goo«l condition.
\ It DW X R E, Nails, and Rope of all kind»
and E. D. Foudray. Ieka Tribe of Yreka aud from Lui;r creek.
G. XX . Holt is lathing the inside of the j'ro-
in I -i/.cs, < ai pernors’ and Wagon-maker»’
Klimitb Tribe of Link ville will assist the local
i.nil-, a ci nipiete a-sortment of Table and
The anew has almost entirely dii-appcaro«! |M«s <1 Jacksonville Hotel, and the plasterim
Tho water was
Ti.I h - in the celebration. The Red Men pro from thu valley», but »till Lugers on the Lilis will Lc c 'nm; need as soon as the weather will the > head ol’ its i ditch.
'•"•l.i'i <'ui 1< t . v . together with a full supply
if Paints, Oils, X'ni ni-ln —. < Guss. etc.
pose that it shall be the affair of 1880.
llli'l nod out win •u tho storms commenced A’edn
permit. The ball will be c<>mp!ete«l fir-' and
in great quantities.
rim a>' >v<- / hh U are all of the best qnall-
mil 1 l lie snow is c io deep that w i*er will not air
y ami will he sold
P robate C oi i ; t P roceedings .—Tho follow
The days are growiug longer. The sun hav promi t-s to be one ol tho tiuest iu the N; ite.
eh of , »ml it will probably bo
,o be cole
CHEAPER THAN TIIE CHEAP1XT.
m - c ’. ii bi
ing buHinvfi w .is transacted in this Court—Hon. ing reached ita winter solbtice, commences to I T. T. McK'-nzie’s mill-dam was sw« [it away neci'ssaiy to > stiovc
1 it <>ut,
New guns made to older, and repairing
I last Friilay, the heavy rain of that «lay rai.-in
Sda; J. Day presiding aince our last report: move norlhwmd again.
Johnson A Alli* .on, mining on Jackson
iromptly <lono and in good style. All or-
In the matter of the eztate of G. W. Bressler,
Jers filled w ith disiiutoh.
Another of the large locust trees iu front of Bearcreek several feet ina very'short time. ere k, liav e 1 I!"'ll <!<•! i- nil in their «qie'-.i-
*s< d. S.i’.e i i real« state by T. A. Newman,
J HIS' MILLER.
ati'>us bv allini’ t imber near the head • if their
the re.-iduuce of J. Nunau euccumbed to the
demoralized some iluming
l.n the matter of the estate of 8. Humphrey, wintry blasts of last week.
and dono other damage They are busily i
deceased. Wm. Hoffman, executor, given
Fanners will find a fine supply of order Lxxiks
T e3 r-
until April 1st, ¡884), in which to file inventory
•■•ent, however, it not being nee.
« >rue distance iielow w lu re the bri l formerly piping at
1 if* i
an 1 spuraisement.
stoo«l, w ’mie pedestrians cross the stream by a
In the matter of the estate of (». W. Bress w ntiag and are sold cheap.
F. & A. M.
foot-log. Another bri«L, ■, and a but! r on«-, Spring.
ler. deceased. T. A. Newman, administrator I
filed his petition for final settlement, which i
Tlut Yreka “Union” says: During the
w ill soon be constructed by thu Street Com-
was granted and February 3d appointed as sold by Sheriff Taylor next Monday. See no sioneT.
past week Mr. Colo of Keokuk Iowa, has
J. R. Burke, we are sorry to luaru, hadtlue
time for hearing of the same.
tices of sale on fourth page.
been in town, lookingat some mining prop- of his lingers almost severed by the rev<
The Jacksonville Literary Association elect
The life of the late J. J. Nichols of Sam's ed the follow ing officers last Saturday evening. erty iu behalf <.f a conip my of Eiistorn cap- lilts of the moulding rmehitie in Marsh A
F rom L ake C otnty .—Lieut. E. IT. Shelton
Valley wm insured for 81,000 in tho Pacific B. B. Beckman, President- M ims Lillie Ulrich, italists who aro nv king an Invostm nt. a tory at Ashland last week. His pliy
of Fort Klamath, who has l>een called to Walla
The particular property i’ tho gentleman
Mutual Insurance Company.
Vice Prebident; Xii s Emma 1 Inch, Secretary; camo here to look at, coi inprises tho “Big l elievcs that tin y can lie save 1, howcvei
Walla by the illness of his wife, was detained
The Board of Trustees will meet next Tues Fred. Oroncmiller, Treasurer; Chas. Wolters, Flume” claim at tho mouth of Humbug Burke had Lis elbow severely cut by the
la town by the non-arrival of stages last Fri
machine sometime since and seems to bu
day and favored us with a call.
He gives a day evening, w hen much important business Warden.
creek, tho Pacific Mining Company’s claim,
This is to certify that our editorial mention the Centennial Bar claim and other claims
deplorable account of affairs existing in Lake I will come lip for consideration.
f »T S<
A. Davison, who returne«! from Yreka last;
The new year has fairly commenced ami of organs has no reference to the organ claimed bitween the mouth of Humbug and Em
county. Snow has fallen there to a depth of
several feet and stock is suffering greatly in now is the time to form good resolutions ami by our Methodist friend» and held in durftm o pire creek.” Mr. Colo may conclude to ex week, r> ports heavy storms in Northern Cali- |
vile l>y the Philistines. Unlike the organ v.<• tend bis visit to Southern Oregon, we learn. tomia. C. C. Webb, who has a large ban«! of |
cousequence. At the Fort there has been as subscril>e for your county paper.
It has been many years since the proH sheep rancin ' in Shasta Valley, Siskiyou coun-1
much as tivo feet of snow, with tho thermom
When a man so far forget» himself os to go i refer to there, it has no handle nor a monkey
t he tuoi
pceto for a prolonged mining season were ty, is said to have lost »<iver.il thousand I k .A 1
eter ranging as low as 22' below zero. Unless hunting on Sunday, we lose all retqiect for to embellish it.
a change for the better takes place toon, South hnn —unless he divides the rabbits.
Tho briek-work on tho new Odd Fellows’ bettar. Tho miners, each ami all of them, lately. Tiie storms scent to have extended | G erman R::t> M n .
eastern Oregon will l>e depopulated of its herds
not only have an abundance of water now, along the entire coast, ami were the severest j were elected on the
An elegant supply of rewards of merits has building ct A«hlarid has been completed. The but the deep snow in the mountains promis
of stock ami financial disaster to those inter
experienced in many years.
ested must ensue.
just been received at the T imes office. The foundation is said to have given way under th es to keep up tho supply until late in tho
Newman Fisher, 4)!><.r(’hivf; S. Cohn, Unter
strain up >r it, however, which may ne<
atteution of teachers is called to them.
The meanest tnan in tho world generally has Cim i; Jacob Meyer, B i Chief; Max MuiL r,
The Sloinacti in SircuRtliened.
Sprii.’g. The rains of February' and March
A nother V aluable A lx essionto O tr S tock
liver regulated. the how'olK put In
will also 1><) of great benefit, so tbMt we may some one good quality about him, and the Schrieftfuehrer ; Hcrin.-iti Helms. Gehuelf
Parent» should visit the schools quite often.
building has been built.
I nterests .—J*y Beach has »tided the fine
expect that the miners will lia.u a several same is the case with sewing machine»: the Schrieftfuehrer; Veit Schutz, Sohataverwahrcr; pioper order, the blood enriched and pur
The teachers would be glad to »ee you, and the
horse “Wilburn” to his stud, who, with “Alta
The installatiou took ified, and the nervous system rendered
I little ones would appreciate it. Try it.
months’ run in almost any event. All of poorest of them have some redeeming feature. E. Jacobs, Priester.
tranquil and vigorous bv this inestimable
mont,” will make the ensuing season at the
educational circles, judging from the last num them are better prepared than ever before When alsiut purchasing a machine it is the place y esterday evening.
family medicine and safeguard against
"Cascade Stock Farm," three miles east of
ber of the Ashland ‘Tidings.” Nothing has and tho amount of gold-dust that will bo ex wisest plan to examine all tho machines in the
disease, which is, moreover, a most agreea
ble and elicit iv<> appetizer, and a cordial
Linkville. “Wilburn” has recently been im is anticipated from them, unless warm rains been received from the front out of which to tracted will doubtless exceed that of any’
market and thi n select that one which com
peculiar! v adapted to the wants of the aged
ported from Col. W. T. Withers’ farm in Ken should melt the snow in the mountains.
form a newspaper item, and the trouble has
bines all the good points. After examining all
tucky l>y Mr. Beach, is a dark bay, 16 hands
The jietition for a formation of a lodge of the probably been suppressed.
Far sale by all Druggists and Dealers
S tock in L aki ; C ounty .—Latest advices
high, finely finished, and was foaled April 16, Ancient Order of Uuited Workingmen at this
There has lieen .a percejitiblomoderation in the
as it contains the best principles of every ma
His sire is "Alamo,” by “Almont” place is receiving a number of signatures.
chine in market, and stands without a rival.
weather during the past few lays, wl ii-h fact
(sire of “Altamont"), dam by "Melbourne, Jr.”
ture. Tho snow, which has been several feet
Dan ! is well received by all. We have just exjieri-
lie combines the strains of some of the l>est
The .■’tone culvert in the (lord ui lane, con
some of —
the coldest . aud
most . uisagree- d<-ep in places, is gradually disappearing, to
trotting Mood known and was purchased ex Fisher’s place on the 271 th has been postponed I enced
last Summer, suci limbed to tile wind
pressly to meet the wantu of those who desire until the 30th. A pleasant time is anticipated i able weather known to Southern Ore; >n, and
IK tii'l d
change w ill bo a relief.
mg t-1 Matt. Obenchain from Liukville under a and Weather last week and lies an almost total
size in connection with blood.
| R. M. Garrett, the Josephine county express the
I The “Valley Fountain," a »omi-inonthly late date, s ivs that at L ast one-fifth of tin wreck. 4«eo. Chase first encountered the diffi
from N. FICKE,
(¡ATHERED TO II1S FATHERS.— The public
IU K.'. iilei :.
I journal published at Albany by Man
1.1 A stock is likely to perish, and Capt. James culty after the foundation had given way, and
wm surprised and pained to hear that J. J.
Monteith, under the auspices of the tirami Barn. ; also gives a gloomy account of affairs in only by the most strenuous efforts saved his
Nichols, a pron.iuent and respected citizen of | A small flood was occasioned List week by Ixidge of the I.O. G. T., is ou our table. It a let.t-T to the same gentleman. Some believe team from swamping. By a liberal application
] < »0 to
HUHS W' LL KNOWN MM’.KET. OP-
Sam’s Valiev, had departed this life on the 11th | the water backing up in the tailrace of the is neatly printed ami proves an able and earn« st that this Winter will prove the severest, ever of fence-rails m ar by the chasm was bridged
1 piisit«' lx 111l«>r
Bro.’* drug-store, ia
instant, after an illness of only four days. Mr.
experienced in Lake comity in every way.
|o. 1' iH'il than over to furnish th»
a lew hours dela\
Nichols was l>orn in Robinson county, Ken
[ tibl: w itii th" clioKTst quality of
The road around Mule Hill, on Big Apple
Lake county offers a rewar«! of $250 for i
tucky, on the Sth day of May. 1825, and was gate, has been obstructed by a big slide from the capture and surrender of tho notoriou-
The stage-drivers must be liberally endowed
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consequently 64 years, 8 months and 3 days of the mountain. It will lie removed soon, how John Purdy, who, a lew n .utks azo, escaped deeds have )>ei nreeorded iu the (’ounty Clerk’s w ith the patience of Job in tiicir emb-avo »Ti S to 11 o’juk at the Adda
age at tho tune of his death. In 1853 he emi ever.
from the county jnl at I.akcvi« w, and a like office, since the last issue of the T imes :
Tint ¡on, Ham,
get the mails through on time. Not only arc 1 H at i.’s Vi
H au :
School Land < omni issiopers to Prudence M
grated to Oregon from Missouri, locating in
liacoa. Salt Moats.
Notwithstanding tho equinoctial storms, sum for the apprehension and surremh'r of the \\ ill,, r, 3‘..‘.i'> acres in M.inzanitu precinct. the roads in tho worst possible state, bin X
IMuglas county, where he remained until 1868. Dillon .it’ll in 1 Is the fort and is ever ready V murlerer «>f Edward Doyle, near Tule Lake, 4 ■ s1 i rat m, .-'7 J. pg,
m Octolier last.
H‘ VO .'•■lai'Iii» king
Since the latter date he has lieen a resident of furuub all with the host of wines, liquors and
A. D. Helman to .’. 1 >. Fountain, one-halt
Sausage, Lard. Etc.
The case of B. F. Dowell against the city of I ti ‘■ r. st of land in Ashland. 4.’onsideration, safe, not to gay dangerous, condition, whil< * lie Ir i i r I < > its or; ginal «
Jack sou county. Through his sterling quali cigars.
Portlaud, f«>r ille.'illy as •■“.sing him fur
The most favorable inducements offered
ties he had gained a host of friends, who ever
to be slice/« d at. The Jehus, nevertheless, mors and falling om of tho bair.
to patron«, ami no effort will l>o spared
J. Houck's hall at Ashland has been ro- a lot ho never owno h appealed Ly the eitx
J. D. Fountain, premises seem to bo good-natured enough.
recognized in him a good and useful citizen.
toward giving general satisfaction.
¡laired and is now pronounced quite sate by a from tho decision of Just' Wiley last Fall, in As il ind. Consideration, 9110.
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bair i- mmrislic l ami 'Up|>or!ed.
Those who knew him best will miss him most.
J< hr. Conway to Mary Ann Beils, property
The thaw ha 1 < h -. asioned a large surplus of
Mr. Nichols leaves a wife and five children be
S irpass.-d a- a hair dressing.
of tho plaintiff, who assessed his damage al
hind him, who have the sympathy of all in ination.
water am! it sor<
ad o over con id>Table territory
onomical preparaiion over ot!<>re
$145 45 and costs of th«- action.
their bereavement. None had aught to say
of W. IL Peninger's puliìic. io ita cib-cts remain alo
Miss Lancaster of Rock Point precinct was
ei 'I' i rioN in F reight .—The Railroad 4.’om-
against him and he sleeps the sleep of the just.
The “Del Norto Record’ says: Edward
mal ing onlv an occasionai ap
thrown from her horse into a prospe ct hole the
pany has ma le ipiite n reduction in freight on farm was submerged and his bam ami out- I necessarv. It is rocomuiemied am
“Peace be to his ashes!”
Murphy, who has a sheop ranch on the Bald
other day, but fortunately sustained no serious
the Reading roa l. General merchandise has buildings flooded, so ' tli.it it bee.iine necessari em inent im die al moti, ami o tli'-ial 11
been reduced from 90 e‘ i;ts to 76 cents per to remove the stock, A number of hogs were« ed t!V tiie Stato Asaaverof Massa
L egion of H onor .—This organization will injuries.
col«l weather, lost his entire hand of sheep, th
Tho pojiularil v of llall’s liair Rem
meet at the Court House this evening for the
“How long should girls be courted?” asks an snow coming on so suddenly and unexjieetedli hundred troin San Francisco ami from 76 cents drowned before they could be driven to a plac. inere:ise<t with thè test of tnanv y< ;
i in ibis c tuntrv ami iu ton ign Limi
tirat time since the new term began. Misses Tillie English newspaper. Not longer than two that he was unable to move them to a place or t<> 64 cents pur hundred from Sacramento, a
California St. Jacksonville.
Klippel and Faunie Dowell and Jas. R. Little, o'clock in the morning, we guess,—'cept when safety, and so they all perishe«!.
rc< lu ction of 12 cents pur hundred from Sacra
The Improved Order of Red Men has leased i is now known ami use<f in all tiio
countries of ilio World. For sa!
the committee appointed to prepare a pro. it rams.
The Yreka “Journal” says that Jos. Strauser. mento and 11 cunts per hundred from San the greater jsirtion of the second story of John <lt a!t rs.
gramme, have submitted the following: 1. Mu
Orth’s brick building and will iniim «Lately s..* xì » ■ i. iagTT— iat i
Thirty-minute introductions to fifteen-min w ho drives stage on the Sacramento river road
rpi!E UNDERSIGNED HA« OPENED A
sic by the Brass Band; 2. Opening sung, by ute sermons are not popular for 18o0. Sunday between Slate Creek ami Strawberry Valley,
convert it into a wigwam. When this im
1 general variety store w ith Geo. W. El
provement is complete«! (.Iregotiian-Pocahonta- IIENDERY — WIBKIN' no N’ — In
society; 3. Declamation, Wm. Cardwell: 4. dinners for the new year are served earlier was so badly hurt in thethigh by being throw n
Bitti«. liott, wliero lie will keep a lull assorir:;6xit
on the seat brace, when til«? wheels dropo, «1
Butte precinct, Dc'-eniber 28th, by L. ot cigars, tobacco, sinokii.g urtizlM, eau-
Trilie will have one of the n. .itust halls in tin
Music by String Band; 5. Song and chorus, than formerly.
J. I’., David llondery aud Miss d '*s, stationery,cutlery and toys.
State—one that w ill Is- a credit to the town ami
Misses Ella Prim and Annie Little and R. H.
Latest in w-papers from Nan Francisco
So thoroughly saturated is tho ground with has been obliged to lay off ever since.
the Order that com/eiiel it.
Klippel and A. H. Miegly; 6. Select reading,
and the East always on hand, lie invitee
water that many wells are brimming full and I So great lias the snowfall boon on the Siski
: lie pulilie to gi vo him a call audassure» all
Misslssie McCully; 7. Music by Brass Band; 8.
A IIemIni*<■ eiiei- or <>eo. Carant.
cellars are as aquariums, w ith potatoes and y<>u mountains that sleighs have been brought
liiev will call again.
Address, A. C. Jones; 9. Music by String Band; apples for fish.
into service by the Stag" Compauv on the route Vi e i a'-ily obtained by oleansinglyour te< tli i When Gen. Grant was in Portland la t Fall, M- FERRI N—In Manzanita proci net, Janu
10. Recess; 11. Music by the Brass Band; 12.
from Cole’s to Barron’s, something that has daily with that ju--tly popular «lentritiee. he met an old iri< nd whom he knew iu 1S5L
Trio, Misses Cora and Maggie Linn and Annie I Postmaster Muller has made more substan
i >Z')! h >NT. < 'oinpoM'd of rare antisiqiiie 1'ogcther tiny talked of old times, and th<
not happened for many years. The stage from S
herbs, it imparts whiteness to tlio teeth, a
l.itth ; 13. Essay, G. A. Hubliell; 14. Music
the south was over two days and nights the delicious arum i to t li<> Lireath, and preserv e- tluiier.al asked Ins friend how he was getting
by the String Band; 15. Soug l»y the Boys;
4 LI.THOSE KN'OWIN’G themselves
16. N mgby the Little Folks ; 17. Recitation, tribution of mails.
. \ im lei it ed I" the undersigned, either hy
lor years 1 sutturvl so with pain in my baci.
!!• -,>•< Danforth; 18. Quartet, R. H. Klipjiel,
note or ho ik account, ar»> requested tocoius
The officers of Table Rock Encampment No. Yreka to the Mountain House, a distance of strongest teeth unless itselleets are counter
43 mihs, owing to the snow, which was acted with Si iZtJi« >X I , ami tliis pure tooth ami ki liiev.-, that life was a bur'i, !i ; l*ut a
4'L.-i. Wolters, R. Wilkiusonand A. H. Ma-gly;
! forward ami settle iinnicdiatel v, as your
accounts are mad" mil for collect ion.
19. Chorus by a quartet of Old Folks; 20. Mu- 10, I. O. 0. F., were installed on Tuesday fully six feet deep, ami as much as ten teet in wash prot cts the dental surfaces by remov single p;uka_'e <>: the (I iugon Kil'Ni'.i I la
A. 4 .STANLEY, M. D.
:ig tin ing overy impurity that adheres to them. 1 cui’**<l me up, souiki amt w< 11, and 1 iu . o si tul
l>y t.m Brass Band. The entertainment I . evening List by Hon. Silas J. Day, Deputy Dis depth in places. This Winter is ;
'fable Krx'k, Jan. 1,1884).
anotlu r tw. utv Veal'.-,.' Sold cv. ywhu;<
trict Ci rand Patriarch.
severest known Lure in eighteen y<
Wxd f o doubt prove interesting.
Ask v<>ur drug,zist ior SOZOIKJX'T.
Bad colds are fashionable.
JANUARY 16, 1880.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN