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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1880)
C hristmas T ree FKsnviriEN.—Arrange*
The uewly elected officers of Oregon Chap-1
have Iwen |x_‘rfocted for the Christmas
Geo. Durand has gone to Yreka.
festival under the auspices of the Union Sun*
A. F. A A. M., an 1 Adarel Chapter No. 2., O.
DECEMBER 24, 1880.
Al. Ferree of Lake county is in town on a ' day School this evening, aud the following pro*
E. S., will lx: installed on the evening of the
Merry Christinas to all!
i | gramme will lx; observed:
j 27th, St. John’s Day. A collation will follow visit.
Roads oecoming muddier.
S upplement .—Christmas being at hand, we
1. Instrumental voluntary.
Congressman Berry of California introduced j i the installation. Master Masons anil their. Col. W. S. Stone and lady were iu town last
Hoops, for ladies, at Howard’s.
issue4> extra sheet with this numlier of the
Song, “Glory iu the Highest,-’ by the
a bill in the House of Representatives last families are invited to be in attendance.
T imes . It will be found appropriate ami inter
Pay your taxes and save costs.
D. II. Miller, residing a few miles southeast
M iss Bolt of Applegate lias been visiting
report at home to-night. ’Tis leap-year, ami week to declare the land grant to the Califor
esting. Head both sides.
3. Prayer, Rev. M. A. Williams.
Read the new advertisements.
the young ladies must have their final say.
4. Song, “Hosanna to the Sou of David,” by
of “varmints,” anil stock is comparatively safe
in reality expired last Julj^
Local correspondence is solicited.
T hanks .—Win. Hoffman, Esq., the accom-
Miss Laura Thornt >n of Ashlanil paid Jack - ' the school.
Claus Kleinhammer of Sterling, administra
mxlating acre nt of the Home Mutual Fire In
De Lease ps’ Darien canal promises to lie the there now. He is a first-class hunter ami has sonville a visit Tuesilay.
The season of eggnog has arrive 1.
tor of the estate of Hein Dene IT, deceased, will
5. Address, Charles Bilger.
greatest success of the age. Matt. Dillon has some good dogs that assist him greatly. Those
surance Coiiqiauy of California, has placed us
Senator J. B. Sifers of Josephine county re-
soon sell the real estate belonging thereto.
Holiday g«Mxls at the N. Y. Store.
6. Christmas anthem, “Hark, what mean
subscribed liberally t«> the stock of the enter bothered with wild beasts ill his upighborhood turnetl home last Monday.
under obligations for a neat calendar for 1881.
Holy Voices?” by the choir.
A luatrirnouial boom is setting in.
prise in order to facilitate tho transportation . will let him know and not lay out strychnine. I
reading, David Presley.
of Oregon this Winter. We are enjoying very
W. H. Bunner of the Centennial mine is at .
A ccident .—Harry Hull, son of P. I). Hull
Swearing-off time is fast approaching.
Liturgical writers assign to the three Masses
agreeable weather for this time of thu year.
8. Recitation, “Hear the Angels Sing,” Miss
The Dalles on a business visit.
of this place, had one of his legs broken be
We still have the C. C. W. R. iu view.
The young ladies managing the leap-year i on Christmas Day the following mystic mean-
tween the ankle and knee last Tuesday by
A. D. Helman of Ashland returned from his
party that takes place in Jacksonville this 1 ing: First, the eternal birth of the Soil of
Holiday advertisements are yet iu order.
“Sound the Battle Cry,” by the
T imes office. Printing in colors ami fancy
falling from a fence. Dr. Danforth is in at
trq> to Portland last Saturday.
evening propone making it the event of the God in the bosom of His Father; second, His
work done iu the best shape and at low rates.
tendance, ami helij’fty he will be ready to try
W. H. Shook is now in central California
season. Those who have invitations may con birth in time in tlje womb of His Immaculate
10. Distribution of presents and refresh*
Farmers on Applegate are busy farming.
it over again Ixsfore long.
llie district school ami St. Mary’s Academy gratulate themselves on their good luck.
Mother; third. His spiritual birth in the hearts and will remain there during the Winter.
Fair weather for the holidays is promised.
will adjourn to-day for a brief vacation, re
Chas. A. Hart, formerly of this county, is j 11. Closing hymn, “Sweet bye and bye,” by
N otice .—We have been requested by the
For the finest wedding cards ami invitations, of the faithful by a worthy reccptiou wof the
studies on Monday, the 3<1 of January.
Suits worth $16 for $9 at thu N. Y. Store. *
a resilient of Volcano, Amad<«r county, ' the audience.
Committeo on table to state that the ladies In
programmes, hall tickets, business cants, teach
A large concourse followed thu earthly re er’s certificates of excellence, rewards of merit,
Notes of every description at the T imes of
tending to contribute refreshments to tho leap-
Coroner Schutz was disturbed by the vision
The exercises will take place at the M*. E.
mains of Mrs. Emeline Cameron to their last circulars, pamphlets and every description of «f another inquest looming up at his saloon
year party will please leave their baskets at fice.
John Greame has returned from a trip to i Church, commencing at six o’clock P. M.,sharp.
resting-place on the 18th. Requiescat in pace. plain and fancy printing, goto the T imes office. last Saturday evening; but it turned out that Lake county, where he found everything flour Ushers have lieen appointed to assist in seat
Madame Holt's hall early this (Friday) after
Call and see Jacobs' tine stock of hulidai
the pistols of the belligerents were loailed with ishing.
noon, without fail.
I John Hoekenjos, now a resident of Eden
ing the audience. A gtxxl time may be ex-
Sebastian Schutnpf is now engaged iu erect
‘ precinct, spent a few days in town this week.
blank cartridges, as they were only joshing
Sheriff Bybee’s health is not the lx-st and he j jiected, especially for the children.
ing and furnishing a cabinet shop on Butte
Iiosr, S trayed or S tolen .—About throe • Boots worth $5 for $3 50 at the New York
' He is building a neat dwelling-house on his creek, and will soon be ready to atteud to all him. The by-standurs were of Veit’s opinion, talks of making a sea voyage ill hope of lien«-
Weeks ago, a dog of the setter breed, black and Store.
however, judging from the manner in which titing it.
S ewino M achines .— Four different kinds ot
orders in the furniture line. He is a first-class
white in color, and answering to the name of. Fred. Brown is wanted at Silver I.aku, Lake
droppetl behind the stove and scramble«!
sewing machines have just lxx.*n received
We learn that Geo. W. Chase and Jas. R. workman and will no doubt give satisfaction.
E. 11. Antenrieth, Esq., has gone to Yreka
**Ben.” A suitable reward will be paid fur, county.
out of the d«x>r in undue haste upon the first
at E. C. Brooks’ New Drug Store, vit: The
Little will take charge of Jake Marcuse’s store
on professional business and will be gone sev- | Crown, Eldridge, New Home and New Auieri-
his recovery or any information leading there- ’ Grass is sprouting finely and Btock is doing
There are a few candidates for prison alx>ut discharge of firearms.
to. Address T imes office, Jacksonville.
town, and those hoodlums whe aroused thu
i can. They are of thu latest and Ixist improved
wull as yet.
The “Tidings” of last Friday says: Kipp
i I patterns in the world. Vricef from $40 to $50.
Mrs. laiveuburg of Ph«vuix will give a ball
N ew Y ear ' s C ards . — Parties desiring New
Sami. Parker has bought tho Cold Spring ; yells last Sun lay night seem among tho most VanRiper, sun of Hou. G. B. VanRi|x*r of Bo House, is suffering with a severe attack of
Year's calling cards can choose from a very hand this eveuing.
ranch and station, on thu Linkville road, of A. ' | prominent. They are going Uxporditiou across nanza, who is attending Ashland College,
J. F. N ewcomer , Toledo, Ohio, aaya:—I
had the misfortune to break a leg last Thursday. I rheumatism, we aro sorry to learn.
some assortment just received at the T imes of
have Imon greatly benefited by wearing an
For cheek, receipt aud order books, call at Elliott, and will take possession iu a few
Upon leaving sclnxd at the close of the morn II Geo. Brown has returned from his trip to Excelsior Kidney Pad, and would recom
fice direct from New York. Every iinagiiqible the T imes office.
mend all iwranna troubled with weak kid
ing session, he was rushing over the stile w ith ■ Del Norte county, Cal., and may lxi found at neys to try it.—S ee A dv .
description, ami most popular styles, furnished
Ducks and geese are becoming quite abund
An elegaut supply of stoves at Bilger’s hard (Jarrett, Sun., ot Ashland is failing, and this
several other boys, when his foot slipped ' thu Union Livery Stable as of yore.
at San Francisco rates. Call or semi soon.
ant in the valluy.
ware store. Also agricultural implements, ' veteran Democrat can now hardly read thu
through Ixitween two boards, throwing him
E. Schielfclin passed through town the other
Considerable sorghum was manufaetered on hardware and tinware of every imaginable de coarsest print. He has been a voter since 1824
C ome F orward .—We will take Hour and
and breaking the larger bone of the leg about , day, on his way to Los Angeles, Cal., where a Make from $25 to $50 per week soiling goods
grain on account and allow the highest cash Applegate last season.
ami has raised six sons to vote the Democratic half way between the knee ami ankle.
family reunion will ba belli luring the holi for E. G. RIDEOUT «V CO., 10 Barclay
Street, New York. Send for their catalogue
Frost has caused considerable loss among
price. County scrip always taken at par.
When you go to Ashland, don’t fail to call i : ticket.
Those knowing themselves indebted to the vegetables on Applegate.
at the Central House, kept by Mrs. Vining, i Some miscreant stole eight turkeys from E.
T imes office will please take notice and respond I The Ashland public school will give an en where the best of everything in the hotel line; Jacobs last Sunday night and other parties are
a visit yesterday, lie re|x>rts that the holiday
at once, as we ueeil money or the equivalent to tertaiument this evening.
Chappel <fc Co., at tho Hamilton diggings, I
also missing their holiday poultry. The par
festivities at that place will beef an interesting 1’111 PI’S—In Manzanita precinct, Pecein-
meet bills now accruing. We dislike to dun
The Sacramento river has been gradually ties who aro thus replenishing their larders have everything in shipshape tor tho win- (
Call at Birkhead’s if you aro hungry, for he
bor 21«t, to thewifeofM. P. Phipps, a son.
anybody, and do uot propose doing it.
rising at Red Bluff anil further down lately, will find it a serious joke if they are dis ter’s run.
sets a square meal for 25 cents.
— At Sterling, Decetnlxjr !3th, to the
Wm. Harper of Woodville contemplates
Riley Hinkle informs us that tho miners
wife ot Frank Towne, a «laughter.
E lei TI on of O fficers .—Adarul Chapter No.
E. Manville lost a watch-chain aud some
making his ohl home in Iowa a visit soon. R.
the high mountains.
The new’ law now makes the taking of a of Forest creek have plenty ot water and are ! Benedict of Applegate also iutun«ls leaving for
2, Order of Eastern Star, last Friday elected money while iu town Saturday.
A Chinaman living on Jackass creek took his newspaper and then refusing to pay for it the busily at work.
the following officers: Mrs. B. A. Miller, Ma
Days are gradually getting longer.
More rain fell this week and tlio minors the East next month.
departure for the “Flowery Kingdom” Satur-1 same as a theft, ami a New York paper has al
tron; D. Linn, Patron; Mrs. Hattie Jackson, A. Tuesday was the turniug-point.
Joe Beach of Fort Klamath arrived Wednes
M.; Mrs. II. Fisher, Secretary; Mrs. Jennie E. ! Circuit Court adjourned on the 21st, to incut day. The remains were buried in tho “pot ready commenced criminal prosecution against aro in hotter spirits, looking for a good iuii
Everybody roads T he S um . In the edi
ami will spenti thu holidays in Jackson
ter’s field” next day.
Reames, Treasurer; Alisa Annie Miller, Con
several persons who have tried to swindle the
i again on Monday, January 3d.
ville. lie was heartily welcomed by his many tions of this now-paper throughout the year
to eorne everybody will find:
ductress; Miss Alice Berry, Assistant Con
Greenman A Heidrich of l.inkville will give publishers.
rain. Tlioy are not particularly pleased with friends in this section.
I. All the world’s news, so presented that
a grand ball this evening, which w ill no doubt
ductress. A sumptuous collation was spread in
A lieautiful holiday present would bo some the pleasant weather prevailing.
the rea'ier will eel the greatest amount of
be a fine affair, as extensive preparations are of those tine calling cards received at thu T imes
the Club Hoorn afterward.
informal ion wit h the least mi profitable ex
A party from the Steam Beer tnineu on Gardiner to Scottsburg to Simpson Beckley, penditure of time and eyesight. The S un
Stock is doing well and much better than being made therefor.
office last Monday direct from New York. Gravo creek reports plenty of water and
who will hereafter conduct the business. Mr. long ago discovered the golden moan Ite-
P robatf . C ourt .—The following proceedings was the case this time last year.
The Roseburg Marble Works furnish the Y«>u can pick from the handsomest ami most Tom Criteser and his party busy at work.
redundant fulness and unsatisfactory
(.'lark has gone into the livery stable business tween
Lave transpired in this Court—Judge Day
Victory Council, C. of H., of this place, ha«l ! best ami handsomest work ami finest material varied lot ever brought to Oregon by calling
Wm. Linville ami J. Goodin have enclos at Drains.
II. Much of that sort of news which de
presiding—since our last report:
tire initiations at its last meeting.
for the least money. A. S. Jacobs of Ashland on us at once.
pend» less upon its recognized lm|x»rtance
ed some ground on Jackson creek llat, in
In the matter of tho estate of Chas. Brown,
Our imp of darkness has received an invita the northern portion of town, and propose
than upon its interest to mankind. From
A winter sclnxil is [irogressing at Waldo, is the agent for this county.
deceased. Petition to sell personal property
through the valley this week, en route for the morning to morning T he S um prints a con
to drift on an extensive scale.
Umpipia, where he proposes buying several tinued story of the lives of re«y men and
In the matter of the estate of Jos. Huss, de
women, and of their deeds, plans, loves,
Jas. Small and Miss Maud Brattain were assortment of gol«l pens ever brought to Jack supremely happy. His costume will be some
hundred head of yearlings, being unable to ob- . hates, and troubles. This story is more va
cease«!. W. H. Hess, administrator, dis
sonville, which they sell quite reasonably. Al thing gorgeous ami he fondly anticipates iqxin anywbete in this section will do well to
charged, estate being fully settled.
ried and more interesting than any romance
the prize offered to the belle of the occasion take measures to secure them. They may tain them here.
than was ever devised.
W«x>l is quoted in the S. F. market at 2366 so a superior stock of toilet soaps.
Ben Bull of Slate creek was in town this ■ III. Good writing in every column, and
C. of II.— At a regular meeting of Victory 30c. Oregon valley lambs brings 2S(u;32.
be good property in a few years.
John Ashpoluof Little Butte informs us that by Howard. Give him room.
week. Hu says that a bridge across Apple- I ■ freshness, originality, accuracy, and decor
Capt Saltmarsh of Sterling lost some pieces of
Council No. 4, U. of H., hel«l on the evening
Superintendent Ennis of the Sterling gate, above his place, is about Ix-ing coinineiic- ■ um in the treatment of every subject.
Call on .(ones at the Eagle Sample Room» everything is flourishing in that section, farm
of the 22d inst., the following officers were
ers being busv, stock doing well ami every county scrip, aggregating $14, somewhere in Mme was over the forepart of this week,
IV. Honest comment. T he S un ’ s haldt
and “smile." He keeps mine but the best.
Jacksonville on the llith. The tinder will lx1 from whom we learn that piping is going cd, though considerable opposition to thewnter- I is to speak oui fearlessly about tna.i and
elected: W. L. Bilger, \\ . C.; A. U. Jones,
body getting ready for the holidays.
prise is manifested.
Secretary Schurz and Senator Slater have
P. W..C.; Miss Annie Bilger, Lt. ('.; Mrs. P.
Mr. Neil, of Wagner creek, has raised the suitably rewar«le«l by leaving it at tiie T imes on there, though not with a full liea'l.
V Equal candor in Scaling with each
Farren, IL; Miss Laura Hubltell, S.; J. Crone-
political party,and equal readiness to com
Prospectors will find a full lino of mining
[last season some four or five hundred pounds office <>r Beekman’s bank. I’ayineutlhas been
’Twas Rapp tap tapping at our office d««>r of tobacco on his farm. It is of excellent stopjied at Treasurer Pape’s office.
iniller F. S.; J. A. Oardwell, T.; Miss Deila
blanks, printed after the latest ami best leave for Salem next week, to attend the Jan- mend what is praiseworthy or to rebuke
what is blatnable in Democrat or Republi-
Cardwell, W. Installation will take place at with some of his delicious pears anil apples.
A collection of Sam Simpsou’s poems is to forms,on hand at the T imes office. Also a itatv session of the Court. Hu will l«e gone 1 can.
quality, ami the yield was quite good.
the next regular meeting of the Council.
supply of Copp’s Hand-book of Mining sometime, probably not returning Indore the
Those handsome stoves at Kubli's would
VI. Absolute independence of [tartisan or
Rev. C. IL Darling of Shasta, Cal., proposes be publisheil in book form by the poet’s sister
' close of the March term.
ganizations, but unwavering loyalty to true
make a uice Christinas present for the ladies.
Nora. J. 11. Hillier is agent for this county laiw, standard au.horily.
to start out soon organizing Councils of the
C ircuit C ourt .—The following proceedings
Democratic principles. T he S un tielievea
Dan Silva, who has tho Grand Applegate ' J. J. Fryer and W. R. Potter of Eagle Point that the Government which the Constitution
of Honor, having been commis for the work, which will be sold at §3 a copy.
have l>een transacted since our last report:
\Ve have no doubt but what it will be replete diggings leased, was in tow n yesterday. He were in town Saturday making arrangements gives us is a good one to keep. Ils notion
P. J. Ryan vs. H.P. and Mary Deskins; to New York Store for half-price. Cull and see. sioned by the Grand Council to do so.
made a cleanup quite recently, which, for the Christmas tree festivities t>u»t will « «Tiie of duty is to resist to its utifiost power the
with gems, for Sam is a genuine poet.
recover money. Judgment for $619 47 ami
Ruth Reltekah Degree Loilge, I. O. O. F.,
efforts of men in the Republican party to
Commence the now year by subscribing for
though not what might be called good, is off at that place this evening. A large attend- set up another firm of government in place
costs by default.
the T imes , which gives a full summary of the
tho precursor ol butter ones in the future. ■ am e and a tine time is exacted.
Carrie M. Rose vs. Orlando E. Rose; Buit for
of that w hich exists. I he year lHhl and the
local uews am! a large amount of general news, week received the intelligence of the sa«l death
:e. Deere« granted.
years imine liately following will probanly
llavs A M igrudor, who have good dig- ■
of their sister in Missouri. While returning
tate vs. Ernst Barcowsky; indictment for
<i«-ci«le this supremely important contest.
The residents of l'lnenix have deserted ft will be materially inqirovuil during ltSNl.
Josephine county on Wednesday.
He in T he sun Indi« vex that the victory will lie
'larceny. Bail-bond declared forfeited ami
Jacksonville and are once more domicile«! at
The handsomest thing in the regalia line we
with the ¡toople as against the Kings for
beueh warrant ordered issued for arrest of de
band and child, their wagon was run into by a liogtto river, have let,their tluine dow n eight forms us that lie will probably remove t<> Jack monopoly, the Kings for plunder, and the
have vet seen was ordered for the Matron I Ot
feet through hard cement, and are now 5 sonville next Spring, to allow his children to Ring-for ini|x)rial power.
railroad train ami all three were killed.
David Hopkins, administrator of the estate
G. Karewski is still in the field with a first- Ailarel ('hapter No. 2, (>. E. S., sotneti ime
ready for water. They w ill run three claims avail themselves of the facilities offered by our i < >ur tei uis are as follows:
of Daniel Hopkins, deceased, vs. R. I’’. L. Hal
class assortment of goods, from a needle to a since ami may uow l«c seen at Reames Bros’. i A. I). Helman, D. D. G. M., will install the I this Winter—two with uipes and one bv i district school.
For the Daily S un , a four page sheet of
lock, et al; suit iu equity. Time for takiiig evi
eight columns, the price by mail,
The party to come off at the Poormau’s Creek
Win. Bybee, Jr., returned from Silver Lake post paid, is 55 cents a month, <ir
J. Mills is hauling lumber for new outbuild ! I louse this evening will no doubt be an enjoyable
year: or, including tho Sunday pa|x«r, an
A C hance for E verybody .—We have
He will also exemplify the new work of the
ings anti will otherwise improve his premises affair. The fullest preparations have l>een made
town lastweekand informed us that the Eng eral /months past. He informs us that stock eight-pago sheet ot fifty six columns, the
made arrangements with the San I rancisco
order ami confer degrees at the same time. A
price is 65 cents a month, or $7.70 a year,
by Mr. llerliug and a large crowd is expected.
lish and Blue <■ ravel Companies of (»alico is doing well in L ike county, and that be en pos age paid.
Chronicle, Louisville Courier-Journal, Harper’s
attendance of members is requested.
creek are at work, as also are most of the countered little snow as he came in. Prices
The Sunday edition of T he S un is also
Farmers are generally busy in the field,
Hon. J. II. Moores, ex-St;.te Senator from ;
publications, American Agriculturist, Scien
The Ashland “Tidings” paid us the follow millets of that region. Several feet of snow
furnished separately at §1.20a year, [xislage
tific American, Frank Ix-slie'» publications,
ing compliment last Friday, tor which we ren full recently and the comparatively pleas- for cattle are low and liable t«> coutinue so.
last week. He was one of Oregon's best ami
The price of the W eekly S um , right
Californian, ami in fact all tiie leadind operations.
der thanks: “The Jacksonville T imes is the j ant weather now makes it available.
B iocicapiiical S kei ' i ' iif . s .—The jury empan pages, fifty-six columns, is $1 a year, | mm »-
Siqxrintendont Fountain will hold an ex foremost citizens ami was generally respected.
JOURNALSAND MAOAX1N KS in the Unite 1 States,
only paper published in the county which is
Sheriff Bvbee returned last week from eled in the second trial of Dr. Covert was one lag* paid. For clubs of ten sending $10 we
The timbersJor the new bridge across Ap sufficiently under control of justice to be suit
whereby subecribere to tho 1’ i . mes paying in a«l- amination of applicants for teachers' certificates
w ill send an extra copy free.
of the most substantial that «’Ver sat togi.’tlier
Address I. W. ENGLAND,
plegate, above Ben Bull's place, have been able reading matter for the jury in the Covert I Josephiue county, where lie has been look
vance can obtain them at least 25 per cent, low to-morrow.
ing after his mining interests. He report» ¡n Southern Oregon. During the siege W. J.
Publisher ot T he S un , New York City.
er by applying to us than in sending directly to
Hon. R. I’. Earheart, Secretary of State,has hewn ami drawn upon the ground. Further case.
that his company are finishing up more Savage, one of the numlxir, took pains to col
the home office. This is an inducement every our thanks fur the tabulate«! returns of thu operations have been sus[«cndcil for the prus- i
Great preparations aro being made every new ditch, but are ready for work when the lect facts concerning their physical status,
body should avail themselves of; ami soou, too. late election.
where for the holidays, and away behind in ! first rains fall. Messrs. Hawketland New which he has kindly furnishe«! the T imes tor
We will leave nothing undone for the beuatit
The farmers have almost enough rain for I
J. A. Carter is now engaged in painting tho
deed is the community that does not aspire to sman are associated with Mr. Bybee in the publication, to-wit: Thos. Mee, the foreman,
of the T imes ’ patrons.
inside of Madame Holt’s new hotul in hand all purposes, ami the miners s<xm expect to j enjoy them to the fullest extent. This section ' mines near Waldo, and aro sanguine of Hie is 5 feet 11^ inches in height, weighs 174 tbs.,
have. The past few days have been favorable« is unusually interested in their celebration ' best results. .
I ami is 50 years 7 months old; Chas. \\ liiiams,
P anned A way .—Geo. L. Thompson, one of
considerable rain has fallen during that this year, notwithstanding the cry of “hard
5 feet 10 luches high, weighs 157 lt>s., age«l 48 i
------ AT THE
the pioueer residents of Jackson county, aud
years and 9 months; J. 1’. Tulls, 5 feet 10 ■
for many years employe«! as clerk in M. Men-
Work is [irogressing upon the new toll road I
The well-know n firm of Hughes A Adams ' brought some fine specimens of gold with inches high, weighs 191 lt>3., 55 years ami 11 Poorman's
aor’s mercantile establishment, die«! on the I i Ins neighbors.
I around Motloc Point, between l.inkville ami
months old; Win. Harjx-r, 5 feet S^* inches I
Winter is here, but Ish A Caton are well
morning of the 21st, after a very brief illness.
saloon-keepers at Kerbyville, as will bo seen
Klamath Agency, and the company intend to
j ing good wages, but the creek is not tbor-: high, weighs 154 lt>s., <>! years ami 3 months
He retire«! to lus room the evening before,com
by notice elsewhere,has been dissolved by mu
have a first class road completed as soon as
| oughly prospected as yet. A number of, old; L. Chappel, 6 feet high, weighs 172 lbs.,
plaining considerably, but nothing serious was —rain or shine.
tual consent. Jas. Hughes will coutinue to
I nuggets have been taken out recently, one j aged 64 years ami 3 months; John Ashtnead, j
apprehended at the time. Deceased was a
serve the public with tho choicest of drink
Flour sulls for $25 per thousand in Ashland.
Thu Metrojxilitan hotel at Roseburg came ables at thu old stand. Read what they have ; of which weighed a little over $ >0. Snow is I (> feet 2 inches high, weighs 172 Its., aged 56 '
good citizen and well esteemed by those who Butter is 37J cents per pound aud eggs 25
i already several feet deep, and not more
near being destroyed by tire, but the other day, to say.
years ami 4 months; Miles S. Wakeman, 5 rpiIE UNDERSIGNED WILL GIVE A
knew him. He was a native of Canada, 62 cents pur dozen.
1 grand party at the Poornian’a creek
I than ten miners will stay in the camp dur
the flames were fortunately arrested in time. I
feet 5 inches high, weighs 125 tbs., 51 years house, t hroe tiiiiex s«iut h of Jackson rille, ««n
years of age and unmarried. His remains were
ing the Winter.
R. J. Robinson of Butte creek is engaged in A large portion of city thu wouhliiavo gone
interred in the Red Men’s cemetery on Wednes
and 2 months old; J. C. Campbell, 5 feet 10} < ’liri-t«na» Eve. Tho lx»at of nmsfo end
Record” says: “W. J. Wimer, proprietor of
trapping beaver and other lur-bearing animals with it.
supper will lie provided.
day, many of his friends and acquaintances
the Waldo 11 ouse, has recently bought tho
T iie H unters of A shland -—Pursuant to inches high,weighs 168 tbs.,aged 44 years and 1 , Tickets (iiiciuding supper) $2 50. Come
with good success.
The case of M. J. Courtney vs. K. Kubli, et property and proposes to refit and refurnish the arrangements, several nimrods of Ashland inet month; J. H. Whipple, 5 feet 11 inches high. ono! Come all! and enjoy yourselves.
paying their last respects.
Geo. W. Kimball of Roseburg has secured a al., transferred from this county to Douglas,
same for a first-class house. He will go below at the office of E. DePeatt, Es«p, Ashland, on Weighs 170 tbs., age«l 45 years and 8 months; |
R elkhous I tems .—Rev. M. A. Williams will contract from the government to lhaku plats of,
has been continued again. Like proceedings in the Spring for his furniture, carpets, bed the 20th, for the purjxise of selecting two teams Rii'har«! Collins, 5 feet 5A inches high, weighs
hold services at the M. E. Church in this place old donation claims.
147 fl»s, aged 47 years ami 3 months; W. J. I iff" I ^Yourselves by making money
were had iu the case of B. F. Dowell vs. Jesse ding, etc.”
of six hunters each for a competitive htdiday Savage, 5 feet
inches high, weighs 150 1? h ., ¡in ' 3
on Sunday next at the usual hour, and the fol
a golden chanco isoffer««i,
We aro glad to learn that S. P. Moss of Che- Applegate.
thereby keeping poverty from
At tho near approach of the holidays the hunt, the losing team to pay for supi»er for the age«l 26 years ami 5 months. Average height, 9
lowing Sumlay at R««ck Point at 11 o clock a .
waucau, Lake county, who has been quite ill,
5 feet 91 inches; average weight, 163 tbs.; aver your door. Thoae who always takeadvau-
Prof. J. Q. Willits, of Jacksonville, will or doomed gobbler seeks the solitude of the fence 1 twelve.
m ........ On Christmas Day, at 11 o’clock a . m .,
t;*gc of th«« good chances for making money
is rajmlly recovering.
On motion, E. DePeatt was called to the age age, 48 years.
corner for meditation, and become» gloomy
there will be High Mass at the Catholic
that are offered, generally become wealthy,
Henry Ankeuy of the Willamette valley is county, commencing the second week in Jan ami despondent over the prosjx!ct. But 'tis chair and E. J. Farlow was elected secretary.
Church. The music and singing by the Young
I n M otion . —The steam mill is kept busily while those who do not iinpr«»ve such chan
ces remain in poverty. Wo want many
uary, 1881. He is a superior vocalist aud will our opinion stuffed with sage and ing-in that
Ladiei* Amateur Choir------ Rev. D. A. Crow
at work and is turning out a largo amount of men, women, boys and girlx to work tor un
by Christmas ho will be considerable more teams being in order, Messrs. E. DePeatt aixl superior flour, Wheat is scarce this season, right in their own localities. The huxlnesa
ell will preach at the Presbyterian Church in is Gen. R. V. Ankeny.
“down in the mouth.”
O. Coolidge were chosen, and proceeded to se ami in less than two months there will not lx? a will pav more Ilian ten times or«linary wa
Jas. Stewart, who was severely wounde«!
Phamix next Sunday at 11 o’clock a . M.... El
ges. We furnish an ex|x?naive outfit and
dar M. Petereou preaches at Eagle Point next in the hand sometime ago, is improving under
R. W. Cheney,a writing-master not unknown lect their respective champions, to-wit: Capt. great amount left iu the vicinity of Jackson all that von need, free. No one xvho enga
worst drive on the line. Tol>e Martin liau- in this county, has been having a varied ex Coobdge's team—E. J. Farlow, J. R. Tozer, ville, if the mill is steadily employed, so great ges fails to make money very rapidly.
Sunday at tlxi usual hour........ Rev. M. C. Mil treatment of Dr. Aiken.
Yon can devote your whole time to the
ler will hold services at Neil’s school-house on
Veit Schutz re«piests the ¡»erson who bor dies the swiug team between the former place perience in Josephine county. In a pugilistic Milo Walker, I. O. Miller ■, E. H. Loftus. is its capacity. Sam Ihtwden has charge of thu work, or only your spare moments. Full
encounter at Waldo his faith in tho adage that Capt. DeFeatt’s team John Stanley, W. C. engine, which is the same he use«l to run in the information and all that is neetleii sent free.
Sunday at 11 o’clock a . m .; also th« evening be rowed his saddle without leave to return it at ami Rock Point.
S tinson A Co.. Portland, Me.
T. B. Higinbothani, a first-class mechanic, “the pen is mightier than the sword” was j Daley, D. Guin, John Conway, Tyra Stanley. Occidental quartz mill on Jackson creek several Addreaa
fore. He will lie at Ash laud uu Sunday even once, as he has use for it.
has opened a wagon-shop at Eagle Point and is somewhat shaken. He has since departed for
years ago. The null will be most available
ing at 7 o’clock.
Geo. W. H eckathorn informs us that the
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inure congenial scenes.
next Summer, when many of the other-
A cquitted .—The second trial of Dr. Covert, farmers of Little Butte are operating on a larg line in the best tnauner ami at reasonable rates.
Resolved, That both teams shall rendezvous
will be obliged to suspend operations for lack
Sherifl Bybee gives due notice to the tax
who had been indicted for arson with intent to
at Ashland as a starting point on the morning
insurer, ended Friday afternoon, I Everybixly eau get a large assortment of
W. J. l’lymale has been ap|M>inte<l agent for days after he has visited them at their respec- | of Tuesday, Decemlxir 28th.
R eal E state 'I i: \ n .- a «' iions . -The following
shall 1 M3 killed,
i Judge Hanna delivered his charge to the jury choice tioWer seeds by paying a year's subscrip
The highest price paid in
the California Fire Insurance Company, a first- tive precincts he must ride for taxes, when ; Resolved, That al’ game
have Is en recorded in the County Clerk s
declared by* the
. the following morning, which retire«! at alxiut 11
class one, and can insure your building, etc., mileage w ill lx« atliled. By respomlmg at once |
cash for wheat by
the above slate. office since the last issue of the T imes :
Postmaster Muller is making some substan
.o’clock to deliberate on a verdict. After an
or furnish yon a good turnout on short notice. this extra cost will be saved. Read ’.«is notice hour of eight o'clock r. m . on
A. D. Helman to .John Conway, property in
¡absence of less than an hour, His Honor was in tial improvements in his office, which Mill be
On motion, the Captains were appointed a
elsewhere ami profit thereby.
Call on him ami see.
Ashland. Consideration. RSO
formed that an agreement had lieen arrived at; . duly appreciated by the public.
J. H. Whipple to Sarah E. Kenne«ly,40acr«'s
Hundreds of lives and vast sums of money
Now is the time to publish settle-up notices
md upon the reconvening of Court the jury,
On motion, proceedings were ordered pub in Evans cr< <-k precinct. Consideration,
We Lave receive«l a communication from have been squandered in explorations of the
,h rough its foreman, returned a verdict of Wagner creek, in relation to “Vaccination,’’
Francis Anderson to U. H. D< m 1«1. 1'60 acres
Polar seas, yet Cardwell maintains his equi ments of account, envelopes, notes, receipts, :
i in Eden precinct. Consideration, $161.
•not guilty.” The discharge of the jury an«l which will appear in due time.
Game was classified as follows:
the defendant then followed aud Court ad
Geese, 50 points; Ducks—mallards, 25, teal, I property ami «litclies in the vicinity of Palmer rpiIE UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY
Miss Ella Scott of Ashland College, an ac the w ay of turnouts.
the 3 I men office, for the time for yearly settle
journed until Tuesday, the 21st. The case
1 three and a half «vnls per pound, ca»ht
sprig-tail, 20; quail, 25; hare, 20; cotton i creek. Consideration, ?I.<XX>.
complished vocalist, promises organizing a class
The new bridge built across Cow creek by ments is almost here. Encourage local indus
thirty good hogn, two vearx old, deliv
Was thoroughly tried, being ably conducted on
tail rabbit, 25; snipe, 20; killdee, 15; gray
iu vocal music in Jacksonville.
the authorities of'Douglas county is well nigh try by keeping your limuey at home.
andsome P remiums . -Subscrilxirs to the ered at my ranch.
fcoth sides. Considering the great number of
squirrel, 25; elk, 100; bear, 100; deer,50; robin,
Danlatmllex, August 9, IN80.
useless just now, as its approaches are quite
T ime - paying a year in advance can secure
witnesses, it was also managed expeditiously,
Some of the lnxxllutns about town find 5; lark, 5; pheasant, 50; grouse, 50.
d tngeious. It is. little better tiiau uoue at all
^LUI’ING machines, (xilixbing trons-
Nellis’ Gue-Dollar Collection of Flower Seed-,
icoustiining less than tun days. Considerable
amusement in misplacing articles left outside
E. D k I’EATT, President.
during the w inter.season.
ulotlipx wringers, wire clothea lines
patrons with the best in the market
over night by our merchants, which they will
,expense has attended the trials; but it was nut
E. J. F arlow , Secretary.
and Hcrubbing brushes at
The citizens of Wagner creek propose
Settler's Guide, stamlard authority on all Iv I
discover to be neither smart nor funny when
> Ixi avoided and might easily base been! Blanks of every description, such as deeds, bratiug the holidays iu tine style. A
F ok S ale .—A see >nd-haud parlor stove. questions, as a premium free of charge. H« «e
arraigned before Police Judge Nunan. And
reater. The officers of the Court had the in-1 mortgages ami assessment schedules of all some Christmas tree will be raised i
UST |»orting, blasting and giant | kjw -
rests of the taxpayers in view aud s«ibscrved kinds, for sale at the T imes office. Also a full school-house and tho festivities promise to be they h id belt lx? careful that they do not For further particulars enquire al the T imes in an inducement everybody can avail th« .o-
«ler, «luxe, caps and wads al
• selves of. Applications must be made soon.
' of au interesting character.
line of Justice s and Constable a blanks.
t come withiu the clutchus of thu law.
iuui iu every possible uianuur.
Fisher & Cohn have a supply of the best!
cranberries. Also a tine stock of gtxxls suitable
for holiday presents. Give them a call.
We are in receipt of McCormick’s Almanac
for the north western coast, published at Port
land. It abounds in valuable information,
A wedding will take place at Brownsborough
this evening. The bride is one of Little
Butte's fairest daughters and the groom an
energetic young man of the same region. We
wish them much happihess.
MEilRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!
Christinas Eve, Dec. 24th, 1880.