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JUNE 4 1880,
JACKSOH COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET
- For Representatives:
C apt . THOS. SMITH,
Du. A. C. STANLEY.
For County Judge:
SILAS J. DAY.
For County Commissioners:
ROBT. A. COOK.
For County Clerk:
EVAN R. REAMES.
Tnos. E. NICHOLS.
For School Superintendent:
JAS. D. FOUNTAIN.
< IMWW". I .WT
Henry Pape has always been the friend ot
public enterprises and has spent thousands of
Dr. Will. Jackson has arrived at Crescent
dollars developing our mining resources. Cm
as much be said of his opponent, Pat. D*>o-
R. V. Beall has gone to Harney valley on egan?
It seems as though the ring managers ex
The “lightning arithmetic fiend’’ xvas in our
pected Jacksonville to elect their t: ket. jud .’-
midst this week.
ing from ihe manner in which eight of the
Vote the Democratic ticket if you want effi- tw el <e candidates were taken from this pre
A pleasant party occurred at the Club Room
A document tiiat. ha« not been res’irreoteil,
an i which should be in every library, is Dow-
ell 4 'A atson's pamphlet on water rights,
Such valuahle literature cannot be neglect-
F. Brockenfield has just. received a fine as
sortment of crockerv, glassware,
The Southern Oregon Pioneer Society met
shoes, clothing, etc , to which the attention of
at Ashland yesterday.
the public is called. His prices are very rea
Beall Bros, shipped a large amount of bacon sonable.
' to Jensen 1 R ley tins week.
Prospectors will find n fall linp of mining
The prospects for a grand Democratic tri blanks, printed alter the latest and b«.*t forms,
umph were nevermore favorable.
on hand at the T imes office. Also a supply of
\y. F. Songer >f Ashland precinct paid Jack • op>i s Hand-book of Mining Law, standard au
sonville a visit during the week.
A vote for Henry Klippel is a vote for effi
i. L McKenzie has no qualifications for the
ciency, honesty and worthiness.
<rtlieo of Clerk. Henry Kl ppil, on the con
Adam KI ijijm I is now engaged in taking the trary, is known to b • a gentleman eminently
qualified, besides being accommodating and in
census of Applegate and vicinity.
A vote for Bybee i* simply a vote for 11. B. need of the. office.
Men’s Panama straw hats sold at half-price
at the N. Y. Store.
A large variety of wall paper just received at
the New York Store.
Seybert. w ho is the Sheriff in fact.
Quincy A. Brooks and J. K. L’- iboof Link-
ville were in tow n during the week.
x TEI>. The directors of Forest
B *n. Sachs is expected to pav Jacksonx ille
i it a school teacher. For fur- a visit sometime during the mouth.
■nquire at the T imes oflice.
The mining season is drawing to a close in
Mil' ll mor” corn ha’ been sown than usual,
*om • localities. From local gold dust buyers
F or L ake CoVNTY.—Rev. F. X. Blanchet but the wheat crop will be lighter.
we learn that more of the “filthy lucre' Las
will start on Sunday evening on a pastoral
Prof. L. L Rogers of Ashland College and
come in from the mines this season than tor
tour through Dake county. He expects to be Normal S hod was in tow u last week.
several yea’s past.
gone three weeks.
For new- goods of the lat> it and most popu
Win. H. Benner, one of the proprietors of
lar styles go to the New Y ork Store.
the Centennial mine, made us a plea*mt call
T he B est S ign of S ihiess . Our cotem.
Henry Klippi'l will make one of the verv last xveek. lie showed us a fine nil get <»t
has at last confessed that he cannot tell a lie
Clerk* Jackson county iias ever had.
gold, xx . ighing about ? )■>, which ha I jil st been
alatut our candidates. But, William, who
C. C. Beekman is having a “fireproof” well jiicked up in the mine.
bought you that little hatchet?
eonstructeil iu front of his b inking-houso.
Mi u s. Stanley and Smith will make legis
N otice .—lee-cream, cakes ami lemonade
If you want officers capable and accommo lators Jackson cunty will fed proud of.
will be served Monday during the tlay and eve
Lin y are gentlemen well a qu-imted with our
dating, vote for the Democratic candidates.
ningat Mrs. McCully’s school-room. Thepro-
ar' able .aid honest, ai d a.11 he
G. Karewski this week received a lot of new
ceeds are intended tor the benefit of the Pit *by-
goods, which xvill be Sold at \ e;y low rates.
r were the ¡ to y'e’ s fora Democratic
\V. A. Wrieht and family and Jas. Arm
I. 0. O. F.—The following officers were priest intend starting for Lake county this w eek. victory better. From every section of the
•lected Satunlay evening by Jacksonx ilk-
county comes die”:ing new*, and we h»ve
Oregonian-Pocahontas Lribe No. I, Imp. O.
sirong holies of eiectuig every eaniiidale on out
I/xlge No. 10, I. O. O. F.: Frank Krause, N.
it. ?d., wi.l elect its officers next Luesday evc-
G.; J. P. Melhinirl, V. G.; A H. M.iegly, See
ticket by a neat m ij rity.
rstary; John Miller, Treasurer.
Bybee is fl i*li as
T ea . he
creek ■ Ó-’
ther pai t.
DiFFF.nF.NT P ei : mxs. - S one parties are
Confounding Dr. A.
Stanley, the Democrat
ic candidate for Representative, with Prof.
W. J. Stanley, formerly School Sup<-riuteiid-
•nt. They are different persons, of course.
H andsome P aintings . We were this w.-.-k
shown natural and very nicely executed oil
paintings of our townsman G. Karewski, and
Ada Cavendish, the actress. They w. r<- p unt
ed by M im Estella Levy and exhibit consider
able artistic skill.
C ounty C ommissioners -The nam” of A.
Alford of Eden and R. A. C >ok of F'>ot s creek
ar« guarantees of an efficient ami t cimomieal a I
ministration of our county affairs. Th«y are
good business num, holiest and di*crci t and
will conduct our b i i ---s in th'’ best ma:.aer.
S ere or R e E'.E i ion . Our worthy Super
intendent, J. D F Mintain, lit* given such ”• n
eral aatisfaction that the only tpit «timi is how
great hi« majority w ill b■•. A<-e.»inmo 1 iting.
imlu»-ri”'!s and eili ’icfit, hehasgx.n-’ I tlie eon
fitlence oi all. m l h” richly deserves the r •
election lie will survlx get.
ItfSTRUT C ouncil C. of II.-
M <v 30th, delegates from the f
of the Champions of Honor: x
oil No. 2, Ashland; A
Victory N t. 4, J icks
Prairie T*'strict; Ear,.
Reveille N” 7. Sam’s
V igner '***eek; P-fn7<*
Rescue N”. 10. Rock
F-l'ows’Hall in this p
The d.iv was spent in
of tn” order, mid a 1
speeehc'’, sing’nz and
iven in the evening n
m unbi rs of the d iff
tifnl .'»nd ’astx- r^í'-'b i*
from th dr hi” t > H dt
modioils one. xvbich in
ed by mir citizens. I
’noi one in everv !
closes* attenrinn of the
Remarks in the
I’ICe croise were nevi
Dr I 'own and Prof. M
ip’iroi.j- nb> and d”s rvin : o
hel e ve the or 1er evorc wa
ini>*'ox'.al. as it is I d'ov n -
'owing ini* I ' r po’it ics nr
with its working, an! ’
these evidences of its pro-n
A R. Chase of Silver
[virchasing e it lì” in thi*
No Democrat should permit himself to lie p e t. started a band
made a cat’s-paw of in the interests of Repub- connt v a few duv* a.
He V. a s
bv Tlios. ( 'ollins, I !
Barn h Fisher returned from San Francisco
this week and will reside p rm.incii.ly among
Sh ittui'k of Por’lnnd lias boon
on professional business during
k r ?*• ■ *
A - *. tj* L»
the ( »■! 1
'< r»¡ •
:■ -E M
been i.:iej m ,! i
h md :hu
Al >o oil
>.i <>t c.
I Jnd o-
1* durai» lity ai» ! lightness of draught.
> > ” »•I
ni 1 ’ • : ..i j».
. a :s tí
Í¿1 (•! uro
riitinAr. and pur-hasers can
live*. 1 will t iko all
K \ Itl’.WsRI.
U * 1V i
vi’J f y
.1 .‘l«* >< «.OllVi
>n. foaled 1*75. Brel by
n. Kentu”ky. (Vol.-
. ! ch:
ei v< i
■ in n
"*1 ’ !
il la li. Mro r»f Gold-
4; datii by Brow i»
mitrino < liit-1. sire of L h 'I v
: i * : ; g. il. Ity Hllp. H<>‘>-
i .in ot Bulli. H-eurd 2:1-5; g.
! thr groat four-inile-rae«-
o imp. B(i/.z.ai<l, sire '■(
• ■ k» r, sire of t lie fuinoiis
un ut xx ili ut thè proper
■tl '.'. hi.-li will en*iirt- i
ridi*. ( Xlinont is ihe
T. \\ illiub, LeXiligloii.
n ilo* it i‘
.or of .
:is on gii
We regret to learn that Geo Vaudes, ot
Sterling', die, is quite ill with lung feycr. Dr
Aiken is in attendance.
íl r, thon
Very ur •(•!< «
i combin i ion in
it office of Coroner is un- rncy.
\ll tho*e citizens who
I »e HINTS
Jiaid their taxes and were called up >n to pay
H. II. Sparlin of Josephine cotuity xvas in
arrived. A puri ion
them again will vote for Bybee i tor Sheriff, town this xveek, ami informed us that crops
over to Apple., ito, ;
We are not uncharitable enough to acense his looketl well in that sectiitll.
speakers xx ere int m.I
deputies of dishonesty; but only cite
The lai lies of the Presbyterian Church are
’.i at” adi’n. st-
stance of the inefficient manner in
doing nicely xvitL their ice-cream saloon, hav
Igo xi is
Aluties of the office are discharged.
ing cleared $50 at this time.
I >■ mot ratio. No .”
E lbow D ixiocateh
While e nça„'cd in
tin- Demo r.” . xi il
S R Taylor has taken > barge of the Bene
Im ig in • n
Wrestling last Saturday, Prof. W
dict House on Applegate and will keep it up to
ics Would I
of the lower Uniontow u district school, had its former excellent standard.
the 1.. ad of .*e.itt«’i in
the misfortune to have the bones of Ins right
Jos. Blatt xvas hurt by a cave while mining
A B entpai - i <>i:.— I!
arm dislocated at the elboxv. Dr. Danforth
one day last we 'k; but we are glad to state
niucli for J • osoi
was summoned and r. paire 1 the injuries. Mr.
that his injuries are not serious.
Stanley is now getting along as well as could
Butler it Rockfellow of A*hland have receiv
ed heaps of new good* of the latest and best
D emoura tip R ally . The Democracy of styles, xx Inch thev are selling cheap.
Table Rock precinct were addressed yesterday
Work ha* been stupende I at V. S. R ills’
by Messrs. E. II. Autenrieth and Robt. A. diggings in the Willow Sjtrin. s district. Tile
Miller, who favored them with excellent clean-up has ¡.roved quite favorable.
. W. L.
The meeting was well attended and
'!•: istic, showing that the gallant
f that section are alive to tile ini' to the Wi lamette valley ami different portions
1 hex of the State, accompanied by I,is son.
d fti in, and in no uncertain sounds
.lake Marcuse hr:* just received a largo as
< > *
R ki nut
Give him a call before they art- gone.
F. M., Liitl again on Sunday at ¡1 o'clt* l< \ m .
Dr. O. P. S. Plummer, xvc'l known in Jack
.... Quarterly conference of the M. E. Church sonville, lias bein nominated for Represe ,a-
at this place to-morrow anil Sunday. Rev. J. tive by the Republicans of Multnomah utility.
8. MtCaui, P. F... Ih v. D. A. I'r<w«ll anil
Klippel will complet dy <liso.ganize, on
others will le in attendance.. F.ltltr M. Monday next, tile game ot l.iligcll, Bybee and
Potersi n will preach at Mound District s<b«ol Mi Ki-nzie. That's the kind ot a disorganizer
house Sunday ...Rev. W H. Klyce will hold he is.
services at Heber's Grove Sunday at 4 o'clock
Our old friend Cap*. Werk, who lias been in
Nevada for sometime past,returned toJacksm..
x die last week and will remaiu with us tor
A S mash rr. When the citizmsof Jackson the
ville at Herling's on Sunday were preparing
Ninety-four delegates attended the district
to return home, the brewery w.x.'on and another
council held in tins place last Saturday. It
hack startl'd side by side and at the same was a large and intelligent meeting of tem-
time. The road being narro w, the foi mer per.nice p >ple
against * Rubli'» hack,
The celebration of the Fourth of July will
I ,E \r-V e tu Fi:* ri vai ..—I >ecid
which was hitched to the fence, completely be ma mixed by the Aurelian Literary So.ietv,
i. tie*; i n II'-*' in in >v it io ns t n
taking off a hind wheel. By the old device ot wl > propose making it thorough and In si-ci.is*
I custom was I h i givin '
Ins clamor for the office that the people gave
a rail, the hack was brought to town on pretty in every partienlar.
festival at Mi's. Mel'nl
him atrial, only to find him wholly incompe
E. Del’-att an<l W. A. Childers are th<
this city on T uesd-.v e
tent. T lit* year fin is him as hungry as«< ver.
Democratic nominees for Justice of the Peace
at which the l.-niips xxi>ii‘ the i
C. or U. Rescue Council, No. 10, was of Ashland and Sa n’s valley precincts. Ex However, it is more than likely that he will be
the gentlfinon the inviteli. 1'
retire.1 to the xliade* of private life, for ii is on-
c< mpleted 'fay fUltb at Ro k Point. I lit fol cellent nominations
plca*ant gathering and th” r--
lowing off’ -. rs were install«: ' by Dr. Coon, as
T. G. l’eames ami Chas. Nickell have been ■ lx too ixoll known that Evan Ri.unes xvill evening, xvhidrxvere tonsid’ i ah
aisted bv the officers of Ref.
Council (Wil elected representatives to the A. O. I’. W. make a first-i l.iss officer.
propriatdl to ait* in the buiidiig
low Sj i
H. 1.. White. \ Com.: Miss I. Brand Lodge, winch meets at Portland the
I’l osbvtcrian ch ill ch.
Arrt.y this R ule , by A ll
Kchiett« <m. Lt. Com ; Lee 1’. Be...de e. H.;
11 ; Mrs. ' latter part of this month.
“Seatinel,' in its last issue, tin
M. White, Tr. . ; E. L Sehieilclin, S ribe; B »•Tn
H. A kerman and Mr. Mayer, prominent
vote tor a
The man who will barter
Birdsey, F. S. ; ; G. W, Nc.ithammer, 1" ; M men hants of Portland, have I »een paying drink of whisky is not tit to t
Beagle anti E. L. Farra. Aids to l.t. l'om.; M Jackson county a visit this week. Such vis- th>- candidate who will use it
itors are always w cleome.
interests ts unfit to be an ofiicu
Neat hammer. \\ .; l.ii.i Neathmniner ami
Quite correct, neighbor; but
A soci d party will be given at the residence
Neathammer, Aiti» to i ’< tn.
•fJ. W. S,mp.*< :i on Antelope, this evening, this refers to those four ke_-« of
to Butte creek for a *T>low-nut” to-night by zen’
C an Hr M AKE
A tine time may be < expected, as good music your candidate for t 'onnty Clerk?
tl.cir owii hamls, <a . .........cu p <>ur office;
people have subscribed ■i'2,.')i>> t •• :>abl Mc.*r
and supper will be provided.
P» NI EETON-, <)|-og<m..l:o Uarr 12, D*0.
McKenzie A Foudray to put up a steam grist
Il iviiig *ntb”»‘d xviili ni’ kidnex*. I «va*
Dur Republican eotein.translating the tenets
indllcml lo t»x tlic in. ,tl Ri Iney Tea.
mill at Jacksonville. This . xlllbits a gelier- of Deni cracy and advising Democrats how to
xvhich lolievt-d ni” in a «'i t timo. 1 t tke
nua lib«'railty on the part of the public. B it
vote is only equaled bv the impudence of Satan
ple i*i|ie ili re ’ommen liti..’ it lo tho pillili''
now comes T. T. McKenzie ami also solicit* dallying with the angels of Heaven.
a» n itili dx' for kitlnev di/i mit io*.
t • I •' ’ • ’• • I • W . I : A 11 ,E V, < ’t tuiit x' J litigo of
the oflice of County t’lerk, to which other*
Mi sex Sophie Winckler and Minnie Dewitt,
XV or I li less Nitlllf.
are fully as much entitled ami for which he of Yreka, Cal., who have been paying Jackson,
S at . em , < H-.gon. I innnrv 2'*, 1C^O.
Not so fast, nix- friend.; if von cnnM s-m»
has liimteil qualifications, Tiie questions uat rille a visit, returned home tills week, well
Senno (ime ago I botiglit a package of
tin* strong, healthy, blooming men, wo
urally arise can lie attend to ls>th and make please I with their trip to Oregon.
men anil children th it h ive hi on rnisotl Oregon Ixidnex l'oa.and atier u*mg it tei
boiter tban I lia-l for vi ir.*, and l> ngh
a snccess of them? Have not the people been
Geo. Si'humpf has fitted up his bathing-sa from bods of sb’kiioss.snfferingantl 'dmo -t t wo box'* m< •le, he iti” nnxx illing lo he xvit h
liberal enough, aud are there not others who loon in firnt-class shape and is now prepared to death, by the use of Hop Bitters,you would mit so va In a b le a me ! -me. M v xx ife prn-
aliould be given an opportunitv to help then;- gives bathe on short notice. He will also pull say “Glorious ami iuvalu>ble rom ;.v." nmiiicfis i; tho Les* kîtliit
propor lion in
teeth iu the aixsence of Dr. Jack-jou
I See another ?olumn.- Piil't '
t’)A dri’-n th .<
« i j -1 • * i iting Attor-
iti taking ovory little
(V ■i‘”.:ii!v not
viifnllv ni: ' ÎOUN. A
li«'t b.-fiin ■ tlie Ati'ii’-
I )oinoprn ti
It is rompo
de, who a
with the 1 >coi»l”.
• n 1 ‘
)’’ mio of 1
hill r.ol ■
voto 1 !|O 1 II
lic in nartv
( * erection.
to 111 lrt»‘
? t ci RUSUTER of PRICES
uh lì 3
■ lied 1 - TT; lil'ed by Gen.
exini'inn, K.v. (Vol. ”,
sired by \ lam<>,
and Tl N xvi'h
i or bettor. (No
H \s MORE THAN
<1 A I i,- WeM, hire < f
I . I
1'1 S T 3-yenro'd
i It MAI >E. A I m mo M
dulbili see above).
« i i min ue Jr., sire < f
g. d. by Atlioit, (his
*oii of A lexalider’s
i mo « hieb sire of 1 n-
" 1«, a nd Woodford
I '« : r. g. g. <L by l’i-
I lu. .’loi: in. record '.•.•24. ai <1
■ d, 11 !■. i _'. l' ?
g. g g <1.
*ire of < hie.igo 2,-24 ‘ab N“11 *d
U dbiirn i« x < i g latgO, highly
hi-d and compactly built.
¡n -lie I'eifietly sound and free front
■mi'll, and w(.|-o )”>•■.o ,-<>d for u*o in my
ml; Out xx ill b«’ -.’loxM'l io
t ec ’
! Iiuiiilu r of mine« during the
i. nt i ' asi xpe S tock I-’ ab ,
■ ! <>f l.inkxillo.
at $ 5
u i h prix Hoge of returning sm-li
iiot |.f..x.- .«> foal. |..xeeiient
. ditruig tin s<<iX’>n.
p o ': . ir*, and !n e pauiphlet-
li.i '!■ ; i _ I ,r*e, addio*«
J \Y Bl Wil. I inkville, Ogn.
tiiiinb'>. -kein; also 1;'-, ’»id ID iron
11 f * 11 ri ¡i g deinocruí «vagoli, buggies,
;i i\ in
I- i»r <
xx i’ll him ti
proni ¡su l»ic voterà ¿il
i.ng ami everything in
order tu secur their supj >rt.
11 e has been *u Ion
M an S hot .—A shooting affray occurred on
Sunday last, near what is known as the French
men s, half a mile from town, xvhich resulted in
the serious, anil perb AUS fatal, Winiiiding of
Jack Montgomery by J. F. Eirl. With def-
er. nee to the wounded iuan, xvu had intended
n it to go into the details of the matter; but as
an uuscrupii lu .is coteti.porary lias in d -ior jlv
attempted to create some small capital out of
the affray we waive this intention. From bv-
slanders xvc learn that the affair grew out of
an atte nrt on the part of Montgo.n-ry and
others to bulbil)-. Eirl. The litter had in
form ¿<1 them that hu was a R igdd.ian, but
i to split his ticket, naming
that he pr
some of tin* candi latex onthe D ;n icratie coun-
ty ticket lie proposed to siijipoi t. including th.
Sheriff. This w as vehemently’ c unb itted by
Montgomery and another party, employee» of
Win. By bee, tho former in harsh tcri
tiotmcing any l> dy that w mild scratch hi* s’ickct.
One word brought on another, an 1 Jacl:
longed Earl to a fight with a young mt
whereupon his as rlint advance 1 tlire
upon him: but ac”lhs: >n xvas prevent”
standers, who advi- d liiinto leave. 1.
lowed this ad . ice and started for town,
not proceeded more t
Mont ” inery cam” rn lung out ot tiie gale,
Parties ajain interf red but Jack tore hitnself
loose and advanced on '.u 1, who drew Ids pis-
tol after due xx¡li ning and filed two shots, one
of which t iik ..'I’ -t n il’i’i "- tom i •!>,in the 1
gion of the left I mg, xx hero the bullet s
remains. Mintgoin y was taken to the lio
and Dr. Callender summoned, wh< pr< nmiui
the xvouuil a mortal one. Next in rum
C i in
n ’y If > :>
was remove ! 1 to Ills
t i” C>
he nox<’ li-s in a crii. .. »1
,1 couiliiinii. 1 tim■ :■ r-
»li.ht chances of Lis recovery, however
Earl ”ave r* hiinsi
himselt lt up iinmediati
ly to deputy
SheritrC.it m and Lal Ids oxamuiaii'.’i the next
UK'inni” before Justice ilullir, w hodisih irgeu
These r>rc substantially the facts in thi ca-i
a* t Lcited from t'm ■■ wl.< -axv tile xi hole afhiir.
er that it
> i ”• - I '
I II r. i a
Eon St. Jacksonville
!’ X ftiMl LETE ANO MAGNIF-
)•* • a t un n: of nexx- gootls liaN
'•ixctt, consisting :n part of
will 1 ‘ 1
I HI Y <.( :ODS
L i A >.
TOR \< < (•< A CIGARS,
T. i r-.t
HAP.DB ARE A T INWARE,
Ju- i! Ladies’ Hats & Flowers.
co, I al
PAINTS & GLASS.
fri-oonb-ickors fullx nndoi
♦ h ir prin ’iplos hivo of <m In
butt of many of 'I. I M ¡V'iiz-it
and will a”t accordinglv.
Children’s Carriles, Velocipedes and
THE OREGON KifiriEÏ TEA !
hi fact ox-orv'liinsr to be found in a ffrat-
of General Merchandise, which
I be sold at prices
liv< rv -talli
Nothin- tL ’inil from the Chicago C
rent ion ;but everything ¡mints t<> tlie nom-
¡nation of < «rant.
fio highest price allovxed for country pr«-
<• imoa call at tnv ”**abli«hmoTit m
’• M •- o •• Budding and bo convino, d that
thei” is t.o humbug alxiiit this.
Wrr.r. PWTHE HTGTTrS’T CASTT
’ ' '•
11 i (••* and will nay from
. flkfne. To ha dopy’-
Xi-k 1 t-ke’s Ro'elior Shnn in Jack-'