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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1880)
Business men okn keep their money at home
Within the last twelve years Sheriff Bybee
PERSONAL N v^TES.
I nstallation of O fficers .—The newly-
R eligious A ppointments .— The following
having flieir billheads, statements, letter
is sail to have raised and taken to Happy
elected officers of the Masonic orders of this are my appointments for January:
Taxes are due.
heads, envelopes and every other kind of com
Camp about 20,000 head of hogs.
H. B. Seybert is spending tfc»e holidays at place—Warren Lodge No. 10, A. F. A A%M.,
First Sabliath—Swinden’s school-house at 11
DECEMBER 31, 1880.
Plenty of rain.
The stages on the Ashland-Linkville route mercial printing done at the T imes office. The Phienix.
Oregon Chapter No. 4, R. A. M., and Adarel , o’clock a . M.; also the evening before. Jack*
best work at low rates.
j sonville at 7 P. M.
Bad cold» are popular.
will be hauled off this week. The express bus
L. Solomon has been quite ilt, but i» now Chapter No. 2, 0. E. S.—were installed in
Second Sabbath — Antioch at 11 o’clock A. M.,’
L oot .—On Monday last,a gold cuff-pin. The
The Christmas tree exercises at Ashland ! improving.
iness will lie continued, however.
' their fine hall on the evening of St. John’s an<l Eagle Point at 3:30 p. M.
Grass is growing fiuely.
finder will be suitably rewarded by returning
, Day (December 27th). It was the occasion of
Fourth Sabbath—Neil's school-house at 11
The newly-elected officers of Jacksonville were witnessed by a large assemblage and
Swear off and be happy.
E. H. Autenrieth, Esq., returneql frern Yre-
it to the T imes office.
o’clock a . M., and Ashland at 7 P. M.
' ka last week.
Deerskins are on the raise.
presenca were distributed, including some that
Our second quarterly meeting will he held
I their families, which the fortunate participants
one week from to-morrow evening.
C attle W anted .—Jaa. A. Cardwell wants
A Happy New Year to all.
created much merriment.
greatly appreciated. It is rarely that such at Eagle Point on the 29th and 30th. Rev. J.
about 300 head of young cattle and will pay the
It is becoming too wet to plow, but the
near town for a year.
a diversity of entertainments are cotnmin- R. N. Bell, P. E., will lie in attendance.
highest cash priee for them. Those having any
farmers have generally taken advantage of the
M. C. M iller , Pastor.
gled and prove bo thoroughly enjoyable and
town, found a rich quartz ledge in Siskiyou
Dance the old year out to-night.
for sale will do well to call soon.
favorable spell of fanning weather.
county recently, in company with some others,
The cruel organ war has ended.
H andsome P remiums .—Subscriber« to the
Mass at the Catholic Church was fairly at-
Naw Y bar ’ s C ards .—Parties desiring New
Mis» Millie Vining of Ashland, is visiting reason to congratulate themselves.
who are seeking to take it from him. Mr.
paying a year in advance can secure
tended. The music was excellent aud thc
Year’scalling cards can choose from a very hand
: fr ends in Jacksonville.
The officers of Adarel Chapter No. 2, Order
Kime has gone to se« about it.
Collection of Flower Seeds,
The new year commences to-morrow.
services impressive and interesting.
some assortment just received at the T imes of
The entertainment given at Ashland College 1 Steve Cumin of the Mountain House spent I of the Eastern Star, were the first to be in choice in every particular, or Copp’s Americaif
fice direct from New York. Every imaginable
A Christinas tree was planted in the Wil- I
Date your letters 1S81 after to morrow.
stalled, viz: Matron, Mrs. B. A. Miller; Pa
for the benefit of the church organ fund last i the holidays in Jacksonville.
Settler’s Guide, standard authority on all land
description, and moat popular styles, furnished
tron, I). Linn: Assistant Matron, Mrs. Hattie
One dollar hats at the New York Store. "
Saturday evening was much of a success aud
H. H. Magruder and lady <?f Rock
as a premium free of charge. Here
at San Francisco rates.
country participated in it,en masse.
Jackson; Secretary, Mrs. Rachel Fisher;
The T imes was tan year» old last Friday.
netted a neat sum. An oyster supper at the were in town the forepart of the week.
is an inducement everybody can avail them
Treasurer,Mrs. Jennie*E. Reames;Conductress,
The recent storms have raised the streams ’ Odd Fellow»’ building followed the exeicises.
Naw Y ear ’ s C alls .—The custom of making
selves of. Applications must l>e made soon.
The jailor has plenty of boarders at present.
Geo. Meyer of California is mow in charge of
Miss Annie Miller; Assistant Conductress, Miss
j in Northern California considerably and the
calls on New Year’s day, which has become
For the finest wedding cards and invitations, the stage stock at Ammerman’s station.
There is a plethora of amusements just now.
Alice Berry; Ada, Miss Sarah Berry; Ruth,
mails are delayed somewhat in consequence.
C. OF IL in J osephine C ounty .—Defence
popular throughout the Union, will l»e ob
ball tickets, business cards, teach
Judge Hanna is suffering from a demoral Miss Jennie Levy; Esther, Mrs. C. C. Beek t euncil No. 16, C. of H., Kerbyville, elected
The Legion of Honor will next be resurrect
| Plymale’s turnouts aro kept busy during the ! er’s certificates of excellence, rewards of merit,
served in Jacksonville and Ashland to-morrow.
ized toe, a trophy of the l«aj»*year party.
man; Martha, Miss Aba. Ross; Electra, Miss the following officers at a regular meeting held
| holidays. While others are enjoying them circulars, pamphlets and every description of
Several of the ladies will receive callers and a
Miller; Organist, Miss Cora Linn; Chap . on the 26th inst: F. M. Nickerson, W. C. ;
Notes of every description at tho T imes of selves, he finds time for nothing but business.
pleasant time may be expected.
[»lain and fancy printing, go to the T imes office.
C. Beekman; Warden, Theo. Cameron; D. S. Holton, P. W. C.; Mrs. W. C. Lacy, U.
where his duties as Supreme» Judge call him.
The pupils of the Ashland Sunday School
8. 8. E lection .—The Sunday School work
Hon. Wm. Kahler is the. oldest Mason con Sentinel, R. S. Dunlap. The installation of ,( .; Ella McDaniel, H : W. C. Lacy, S.; Lizzie
Stages are a little late, on account of bad presented their teacher, Mrs. W. I. Nichols, i
the officers of Warren Ixxlge followed, viz: W. Nash, F. S.; Mrs. E Ryder, T.; Mrs. P. Som
er« of Jacksonville and vicinity are requested roads.
mers, W. The installation will be held at the
with au elegant silver cake-basket on Christmas, j Southern Oregon, frOm which may lie selected nected with Warren Lodge No. 10, A. F. 4
M., C. C. Beekman; S. W., D. Linn; J. W., next council.
to meet at the M. E. Church uext Sunday
J. H. Hyzeris engaged in painting the new*
There were 108 Champions of Honor present1 anything in the line of general merchandise.
— - ■— •
tnoruiug, at half-past 10 o’clock, for the pur
B. F. Dowell, Esq., has returned from the Will. Jackson; Secretary, Max Muller; Treas
C omk F orward .—We will take flour and
at the last meeting of Monitor Council of Wag-, Their wares aro superior and prices reasonable,
urer, John Miller; Senior Deacon, J. R. Neil;
pose of tilling vacancies in the board of officers
Get your New Year’s cards at the T imes of ner creek. The order is iu a flourishing con which is why they are doing su flourishing a north after ail extended absence oil professional Junior Deaeon, A. M. Berry; Tyler, R. S. grain on accouut and allow the highest cash
-_>f the Union Sunday School and such other
Dunlap. Then came the officers of the Royal [»rice. County scrip al way« taken at par.
lusinoss as ma^' be deemed necessary.
M ies Amy Crane, who has been a resident ol
Underwear worth $1 for 50o. at the New
Thu Christmas festival at tho Wagner creek
Several sus[»icious characters are prowling
Arch Chapter, who were installed by T. G. Those knowing themselves indebted to the
this county for several years past, has removed
ORX18TMA3.— All reports go to show that York Store.
about town, but aro watched too closely to school-house proved a pronounced success. An
Reames, High Priest,to-wit: King, A. M. Ber 1IMES office will [»lease take notice and respond
Christmas was very generally celebrated
ry; Scribe, J. N. T. Miller; Principal Sojourn at once, as we need money or the equivalent td
The festive turkey has written his last will practice their uefarious vocations very exten excellent programme was rendered and much
throughout Southern Oregon aud that the fes
L. F. Willits an<l wife of this [»lace are er, Will. Jackson; Captain of the Host, D. meet bills now accruing. We dislike to dun
amusement was afforded for both old and
anybody, and do not propose doing it.
tivities were often of a more extensive charac
spending the holidays at Ashland. So are J. I Linn; Royal Arch Captain, C. C. Beekmau;
For check, receipt aud order books, call at
ter than usual, iu sr J of the cry of “hard
A. Carter’s family.
T he attendance on the Ashland College is
Master of 3d Veil, N. Fisher; .M. of 2d Veil,G.
shots at the turkey-shooting on Christmas, i tributed.
T imes office.
times.” We ma’
deed consider ourselves
increasing ami already exceeds that of
Geo. W. Chase is spending a few days in W. Isaacs; M.of 1st Veil, M. Hanley; Secreta
The Winter is thus far as favorable as it when the manager found him an unprofitable ' A lodge of Haymakers will be started in this town. Milo Mathews is filling his place on I
fortunate if w*
erience none worse.
term. The students are making
ry, Max Muller; Treasurer, C. Mingus;Guard,
place before long. It is decidedly popular in
possibly could be.
progress and general prosperity
R. 8. Dunlap.
the East and California and has been adojited the box temporarily.
E lection of O fficers .—The following is a
The German Red Men elect officers next, There is a growing disposition among the
At the close of the ceremonies a sumptuous is in store for this institution of learning.
list of the officers elected by Ruth Rebekah
We learn that Dr. D. A. Covert proposes
farmers in this valley to procure blooded stock. I as a side degree of the Improved Order of Red
was partaken of. Such an array of
Degree Lodge No. 4, l. O. O. F., held last
S ettle U p .—Those knowing themselves in
They will find that it pays in the loug run aud ! Men, chiefs of which organization are untitled locating in Washington Territory liefore long
Busiuess men reaped a harvest in the sale of
toothsome viands we are not in the habit of
to take it.
Munday evening: Mrs. Rachel Fisher, N. G.;
for the practice of his profession.
debted to Kahler & Bro. are notified to come
encountering. The Masons’ ladies and daugh
The organ over which there was so much
Mrs. Frank Krause, V. G.; A. H. Maegly, R. Christmas presents.
forward and give their notes immediately. •
Nort. Eddings was voted the belle of the |
Vice President-elect Arthur has two pretty
controversy last Spring was prominent at the Ashland loar -year party. He looked perfectly ters had been assiduous in their [»reparations,
8.; J. H. Hyzer, F. 3.; Mrs. F. Luy, Treasur
daughters. We hasten to state that we never
assisted by Grob A Ulrich, and their culinary
festival on Christmas eve. We learn that it gorgeous—so “childlike and bland.’’
er. Th« installation will be held on the even until January 10th.
said a word against the old man during the
$25 to $50 [»er week selling goods
will remain in the M. E. Church building for
Silk dress-goods and laces at the New York campaign.
ing of January 10th.
Gustaf Wilson has been recommended as
for E. G. RIDEOUT A CO., 10 Barclay
the present for the use of all denominations
Store at cost prices.
Russian Vice Consul for Portland. He was cial intercourse by the more sedate [»ortion of street, New York. Send for their catalogu«
It is [»reliable that the vacant space between
R eligious I tems .— Rev. M. C. Miller will
Several communications are omitted this
formerly <’—* • '
of Josephine, __
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the Odd Fellows’ and McCall A Co.’s building
the company, while the others tripped “the
hold services at the M. E. Church in this place
week for lack of space.
A large attendance is expected to grace the
J. F. N ewcom Kit. Toledo, Ohio, says:—I
next Sunday evening... .llev. M. A. W illiams
W. I. Nichols, now a successful attorney of light fantastic” to excellent music by ’Squire have been greatly benefited by wearing ail
New Year's party to be given by Arthur Pool
Fanners have turned over a large area of [ before long.
will preach at Rock Point on Su.. ** morning
Yreka, came over to Ashland Christinas day Berry.
Exccleior Kidney 1’ad. ami would recom
at Eagle Point this evening. He is sparing no
next, at 11 o’clock........ Ekler M. _4tersou soil in the past fortnight.
It was after one o'clock when the finis came. mend all [«ereons troubled with Weak kid
anl will spend the holidays with his family.
B. F. Reeser of Ashland has built a large ad
neys to try it.—S kk A dv .
The Champions of Honor of Foot’s creek will. dition to his store and also raised the main pains for the occasion and will provide the best
preaches at Mound district school-house on
Miss Katie Jones, eldest daughter of Hon. All felt positive that the evening had been
Sunday.... Rev. D. A. Crowell will hold ser give a party this evening.
A. C. Jone« of this place, has been quite ill, most pleasantly spent, at the same time hoping
I building three feet, making a commodious es for those who attend.
vices at Grant’s Pass next Sunday at the usual
that the Masons will ever install their officers
Leap year dies to-night and many a lonely
but is now convalescing, we are glad to say.
J. F. Presley of Ashland has o«e of tho neatest'
BOAT—I)AVIDSON—On Williams creek,*
as auspiciously' as were the present.
bachelor will l»e badly “left.”
A. Dunlap,Pliomix’s popular blaeksqiitli,de
Gus. Pfeil of Gall’s creek called on us yes
Christ man day, Henry Boat and Misa L.
shaving saloons in this section. Being an ex
B usiness C hange .—Henry Norton has pur
cellent tonsorial artist,he gives general satisfac- |
H ighwaymen A rrested .—Wm. Jeffries'
chased the Ashland Livery Stables and took
tion and is building up a good business. Un
and John Ambrose, two tramps from Cali- i
The district school will resume studies next his notice elsewhere.
H. F. Phillips has sold his stable at Ashland fornia, were arrested on the Grave creek
possession last week. He will add a number
like most other barbers, Presley lias no hair re-
Leap-year parties are becoming popular as ' newer that lie recommends.
of turnouts at once and make other improve Monday, after a vacation of a week.
to Henry Norton and will leave soon for Eas hills last Tuesday by Deputy Sheriff Coats «'ARDWELL -In Jacksonville, Docenbor
2sth, to the wile of C. I». Cardwell, a son;
ment« that cannot but prove popular. Henry
The roads, by reason of the recent rains, are 18S0 is about to diqiart. Several have tak-1 Ieka Lodge No. 53, Improved Order of Red | tern Oregon and Washington Territory to look ; and Jett. Croy. These fellows bad been D e ROBOA M—Near Jacksonville, Decent*
en place lately and Pluvnix now proposes to i
is au old-timer, who knows how to meet thv getting bail enough to suit anybody.
I committing a series of depredations as thev i ber20tli, to the wife of Emil DeRoboain;
Men, of Yreka will dedicato its new wigwam j for a future location.
indulge this evening.
Wants of the public, and we have * /doubt but
’ went along the road and were quite bold
oil the 22<1 of February, and some of the mem
The A. 0. U. W. and Adarel Charter No.
—At Lakeview, Doc. 18th, to'
what he will give geueral satisfaction. Read 2, O. E. S., will meet this evening.
Cardwell contemplates keeping the most [ bers of Oregonian-Pocahontas Tribe of this were in town this week, from whom we learn about it, commencing at the residence of
of R. B. Hatton, a daughter.
his advertisement elsewhere aud try him when
John G. VanDyke,near Phoenix, which they
A [»lcasant Christmas party was held at J. thorough livery stable in Southern Oregon dur place purpose attending. It is one of the i that Christmas was spent quite agreeably in
in need of anything in his line.
I rifled on the ‘23d while the family was ab-1
ing 1881 and will make several substantial im handsomest structures in the interior.
A. Panky’s residence in Sam’s valley.
' sent, and departed with $25 in money, a hat,
provements in that time.
M. H. Drake, who has been in the Umpqua
One of the most enjoyable events that hasever
O fficers E lected .—Monitor Council No. 8,
i razor, sleeve-buttons and other articles,
Victory Council No. 4, C. of H., will install
The T imes i» the best advertising medium taken [»lace iu that section was the Christmas valley looking after young cattle, returned to
Champions of Honor, \\ agner creek, held its
They nexteameto Jacksonville, sleeping in
its officers next Wednesday evening.
between Albany*. Oregon, and Rod Bluff, Cal., party giveu by L. Herling, the accommodating Ashland last week. He did not invest, pre
Everybody reads Tun S ujc . In the edl-
regular election last Tuesday evening, which
Newman Fisher's barn the night ot their ar tions oi this newspaper throughout the year
Some of our friends have responded to our having a larger circulation than any other pa
resulted as follows: 11. Lcadbetter, \\. C.;
host of the Poorman’s creek house. The at
rival. Here they disposed ol some..of their . to come everybody Will find:
call, for which we feel duly grateful.
per published in that distance.
Mrs. Jeunie Wells, Lt. C.; Mrs. Mary C. Bee-
tendance was large, the music good, the sup
Hon. A. H. Brown, late State Treasurer, is booty to Chinese, moving northward the • 1. All the world's news, so presented that
Noland A McDaniel regaled their patrons
■on, M. of C.; John Dwyer, IL; J. B. Dyer,
Rain falls nearly every night., while there is per better,and none failed tu make the most of engaged in stock-raising in I’owder river val following day. At Ralls’ gulch, near Wil I the reader will get the greatest amount of
information with the least unprofitable ex
8.; Frank Anderson, F. S.; W. Beeson, T.;
a comparative cessation of hostilities during the opportunity.
ley, and his stock and that of his neighbors low Sprintrs, they entered a Chinese cabin penditure of time and eyesight. The Suit
The “Sentinel” will not appear again until the day, which is quite a convenient arrange
V. K. Hendrickson, W. The installation is
and took what little valuables there were, long ago discovered the golden mean be-
The ball that will take place at Holt’s hall have done well on the range.
. tween redundant fulness and unsatisfactory
cinouiiccd for the evening of January 7th, the the Sth, and on Saturdays thereafter.
ment with the clerk of the weather.
this evening will no doubt be a very agreeable
E. H. Clarke, the affable agent for the well- beating tho old Chinaman in charge over : brevity.
•uni having changed nights of meeting.
Wool is quoted in the S. F. market at 23:<»i
Blanks of every description, such as deeds, j ! one. The Madame is making the' most ex known house of Christy A Wise, San Francis
II. M nch of that sort sinews which de
upon another Chinaman in the road near pends less upoh its recognized importance
30c. Oregon valley lambs brings 28(o,32.
mortgages and assessment schedules of all
H ymenial .—At Browiisborough, on the
the Dry Diggings, whom they compelled to than upon its interest to mankind. From
kinds, for sale at the T imes office. Also a full doubt provide an excellent supper. Prof. it. He leaves for Lake county next week.
24th, laimon Charley »nd Miss Jennie C.
disgorge some *20. The Celestial cut across morning to morning T he S un print« a con*
Scott’s string band has been engaged, which
line of Justice's anil Constable's blanks.
.tinned story of the lives <»f real men and
Brown, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
to Grant’s Pass, for which place the higli- women, and of their deeds, plans, love«,*
ensures good music.
has l»een in town during the past week, 11« ' waymen seemed bent, and pointed them out hates, and troubles. This story is more va
It. Brown, were united in matrimony by \\ .
Geo. W. Morris,formerly of Foot’» creek,has
P. W. Olwell of the Plmenix Mills proposes reports stock interests flourishing and the to E. Dimiek when they came up; but, as ried and more interesting than any romance
H. Parker, J. P. Win. Terrill and Miss Ola become interested in a saw-mill near Ashland. county at the rate of $35 per 1,000 pounds,and
than was ever devised.
none has been selling wholesale for loss than to put up a substantial grist-mill at the Dar [»respects for a favorable Winter excellent.
Ro bi iisvu acted as groomsman and bridesmaid.
i he bad no authority to arrest them, thev
Daley A Co. are embellishing the Odd Fel
III. G och ! writing in every column, and
danelles, nearG. Karewski's old store, if the
,The happy couple were the recipients of the lows’ building at Ashland with a neat awning. $32 50, says Jacob Wagner of Ashland.
Arthur Langell of Lake county is in town. I passed on unmolested. In the meantime freshness, originality, accuracy, and decor
hearty congratulations of the relatives and
A bronze turkey furnished for the supper farmers ftf that vicinity will offer him some in The roads lie riqiorts rough, but little snow is the Sheriff's office had received notice of the um in the treatment of every subject.
W. S. Lofton reports at Lakeview that he
IV. Honest comment. TllK S un ’ s habit
friends assembled, after which a sumptuous
follow ing the Masonic installation last Monday ducements. As the site is quite eligible and to be seen. A much larger area of grain than 'doings of these rascals, through Mr. Van is to speak out fearlessly about iu«u ana
has discovered gold in the Drew’s valley foot
dinner was partakeu of. W e wish them much
evening by Mrs. C. Mingus weighed 22 pounds the country tributary thereto large, there is a ever before will be sown in that section and Dyke, and Messrs; Coats and Croy were things.
V. Ei|iml candor in dealing with each
[ dispatched to take them in tow. They had
likelihood that tile enterptise will be successful. farmers are busily engaged already.
The January session of the County Commis dresse 1 and 28 pounds when slaughtered.
party, and equal readiness to com
i no trouble in tracking them, as they kept
Multnomah Tribe No. 3, and Willamette
what is praiseworthy or to rebuke
The bridge where the road crosses Poor
L eap -Y ear P arty .—One of the handsomest sioners' aud Probate Courts will be held next
Jake Marcuse lias sold his variety* store in i the main thoroughfare to Roseburg. From mend
what is blamable in Iiemocrat or Republi
man's creek has fallen in, but will be repaired Tribe, No. 6 Imp. O. R. M., of Portland, will i this place to Geo. W. Chase and Jas. R. Little,
events that has occurred in Jacksonville in a week.
I what Jeffries and Ambrose say, they had can.
Frank Bauer of Ashland has purchased a fine immediately. The stringers have rotted away give a public installation and reception at their I who took charge last Monday. Jake made an accomplice in the jierson ol an old inan, ' VI. Absolute independence of partisan or-
long time was the [»arty given at Holt's hall
. ganizations, bnt unwavering loyalty to trurf
wigwam on First street this evening. After
and new ones will l»e put in by Jas. Herd.
many friends while here, whose best wishes lie who carried tho booty and was some dis- Democratic principles. T he S un i»elieve«
by the ladies of this place and vicinity on imported jack for his stock ranch iu Warner
Commence the new year by subscribing for the installation ceremonies dancing will l»e in carries with him. He will make San Francis ■ tance ahead of them when they were ar that the (iovernment which the Constitutiort
Christmas eve. About sixty tickets were sold. valley.
j dulged in, and the New Year will be ushered
The arrangements were perfect, the fair ones
co his stopping-place for the preseut, leaving rested. A search of their [»arsons disclosed gives ns is a good one to keep. Its notion
Birkhead has made better arrangements and the T imes , which gives a full summary of the
dtity is to resist to its utmost power the
i a large number of keys of every descrip 1 ot
vicing with each other in making the affair is prepared to give lodgings, as well as meals local news and a large amount of general news.
ettbris of men in the Republican [tarty to
tion—from the valise to the door key—sev set up another form of government in place
It will be materially improved during 1881.
most agreeable. Excellent music was fur- for 25c.
Rev. F. X. Blanchet, pastor of the Catholic
pistols, $30 in money and various other of that which exists. J'he year 1881 and the’
F. Ritschard, the jeweler, has mo veil into
’ uvd by Prof. Scott's string band and the
Church of Jacksonville, has travelled 1,391
The Christmas party at Mart. Hurst’s, on
They were brought to town on years immediately following will probably
* served iu the spacious dining-hall be- Butte creek, passed off nicely, over 50 tickets the room between the saloons of Noland A Mc
miles within his parish and 980 miles outside [Tuesday and had an examination before decide this supremely important contest.’
T he S un believes that the victory will be
all that could be desired. The fus- being sold.
Daniel and S. P. Joaes, where he may be blow striking him full in the face and knock of it during 1880, a promin«nt evidence of his
1 Justice Buffer tho following day, who held with the people as against the ftinga for
ing him senseless. Curious as the circum-
orolonged until nearly six o’clock
I industry and religions zeal. On Christmas day • each of them to answer on two charges— monopoly, the Rings tor plunder, and tlx
Wilson Bain of Josephine county has been
i stances may appsar, the youth escaped cotn-
srybody seemed loth to depart supplying the Crescent City market withexcel line.
[ he was [»resented with an elegant sofa by his one for breaking into Van Dyke's house I Rings for imperial power.
! paratively unhurt, further than receiving a
Our terms are as follows;
i gash between the eyes. This is tho second congregation as a testimonial of their esteem. and the other for robbing Toy Queue on
For the Daily S un , a four page sheet of
the road. Bail in each case was placed at twenty-eight columns, the price by mail
Squires A McKee of Ashland have built a brought to Oregon—gilt-edged, bevel-e< lged, , time the boy has been kicked.
, nce for E krvbodv .—We have
$30(1, in default of which they were re post paid, is 55 cents a month, or $6.50 a
rrangeinen's with the San Francisco handsome addition to Jacob Ish’s residence plain white, snow-flake, chromo, etc.—has just I I Some of the visiting brethren and sisters of
' year; or, including tbo Sunday paper, an
manded to jail to await their trial in Feb- eiglit-page sheet ot fifty-six Columns, the
been received at the T imes office from New
cle, Louisville Courier-Journal, Harper’s near town.
■ Monitor Council No. 8, C. of H., of Wagner
ruary. Several of the articles they stole price is 65 cents a month, or $7.70 a year,
.mications, American Agriculturist, ■Seien-
Fisher A Cohn have a first-class assortment
| creek, last Tuesday evening, were left by their ling mino and Superintendent Eunis is I from Mr. Van Dvke's [»remises were iden postage paid.
fic American, Frank ]<eslie’s publications, of general merchandise, which they are selling
i The Sunday edition of T hk S un is also
The raising-up of the chiefs of Oregonian- j vehicle sticking in the mud after starting for happy.
tified, and their chances for the poniten-
furnished separately at $1.20a year, postage
..ifomian, and in fact all the leading very cheap.
Pocahontas Tribe No. 1, Improved Order of home; but they [»roved equal to the emergency
Chappol A Co., at Star Gulch, are enabled Itiary are consequently the best. Both are [»aid.
. ournals AND MAGAZINES in the United States,
Marshal Phillips of Ashland has established Red Men, will take place next Tuesday even and rejiaired to W. Beeson's residence, where to run six hours a day with tho aid of tboir young men, the elder being perhaps 22
The price of the W eekly S un , eight
vhereby subscribers to the T imes paying iu ad- a night-watch and that plaoe will now rest Ì ing. A full attendance of members is re they danced until daylight [»ormitted them to reservoir.
I years of age. From their short career in page«, fifty-six columns, is $1 a year, [»os-
tago paid. For clebs of ten sending $10 we
mce can obtain them at least *25 per cent, low- more securely.
right matters and continue their journey.
Hays A Magruder started their pipes ! Oregon, they are evidently hardened ▼il- will send an extra copy free.
by applying to us than iu seudiug directly to
We learn that Henry Judge will convert the
Address I. W. ENGLAND,
Road Supervisors are expected to report at
Some miscreant set a pistol, cocked and agoing the forepart of tho week and aro lains also.
home office. This is an inducement every*
Publisher of T he S un , New York City.
the session of the Couuty Commissioners’
| [»rimed, at the entrance of one of the Chinese
A shland S ociety E lections .—At the reg-
ly should avail themselves of; and soon, too.
F. Ritschard into a hauess-shop. His former houses in town, with a string attached to the
Court next week.
It has been raining hard in Josephine ular election of officers of Ashland Lodge
No. |8I"| ^Yourselves by making monav
will leave nothing uudoue for the benefit
premises will lai used by J. Nunan for business trigger and door, with the evident intention of county and the miners have plenty of wa
I jwwhen a golden chance is offered,*
A marriage will take place on Applegate to
45, I.O.O.F.,the following were chosen: J. K. H
-e T imes ' patrons.
shooting the first Celestial that aj»peared. Un- ter and are busily at work. A good run | Helman, N. G.; L. A. Neil, Y. G.; I. (). Mil IE K m »»I thereby keeping poverty from
morrow. The high contracting parties are
1 vonr door. Those who always take advan-
Prof. Tenner's predictions of a huge snow der-Sherifi’Caton found that the pistol was the seems prospective.
tting A ffray .—S. Booth was rather se- well-known here.
ler, R. S.; J. 1). Fountain, F. S.; R. P. Neil, tege of the good chances for making money
storm on the 22d were of no avail. It is quite ! property of Tom McKay*, one of the half
Prospectors will find a full lino of mining ’ Treasurer; A. I). Helman, E. DePeatt, E. J. . that are offered, generally become wealthy,*
ly cut in the left breast by J. J. Lathrop
The happiest man on Christmas was the one
1 while those who do not improve such ehan-
he Criterion saloon in this place last Tues treated first to some of Dillou’s latest importa- ■ evident that “Old Probabilities” does not con breeds straggling about town, who says that it blanks, printed after the latest and best . Farlow, Trustees.
remain in poverty. We want many
fide his business to the keeping of a so-called was taken from him by two white men while in forms, on hand at the T im es office. Also a I
day evening. A large-sized pocket-knife was tions from Kentucky.
Ths following officers of Ashland Lodge No. men, women, boys and girls to work tor xut
supply of Copp’s Hand book of Mining j
/ the weapon used, and the wouud inflicted was
a state of intoxication.
23, A. F. A A. M , were installed last Monday right in their own localities. The business
i A pleasant sociable Was given by tho Misses ‘ I
will pay more than ten times ordinary wa-
Fisher A Cohn offer the highest cash [»rices
About four inches long, running up and down.
We desire to call especial attention to the
evening: W. H. Atkinson, W. M.; W. A. j ges. Wo furnish an exi»ensive outfit and
Linn on Christmas eve, which was attended by
, for deer-skins, ranging from 35c. to 45c. per advertisement of D. M. Ferry A Co., Detroit,
The fact that Iaitl.rop had to reach as far as I several of their friends.
Wilshire, 8. W.;G. S. Butler, J. W.; J. M. all that you need, free. No one who enga
| pound. Those wishing to dispose of any ■ Mich., which ap[*ears in our columns. They phine counties has more or less water McCall, Treasurer; L. A. Neil, Secretary; H. ges fails to make money very rapidly.’
possible to strike Booth perhaps preVentedla^
You can devote your whole time to the
The Christmas pa.ty at Lavenbnrg’s hall ’ [ should not (ail to give them a call, as they ! are one of the largest and most reliable firms available and all are making the best of it.
tai consequences. Lathrop was disarmed and
Fox, Tyler. The newly-elected officers of Al. work, or only your snare Moments. Full
then taken in charge by Marshal Crosby, who was well attended and was thoroughly eujuyed I ! feean business.
; engaged in the seed business in the United
information and all that is needed sent free.’
pleasant weather prevailing all the while, pha Chapter No. 1, (). E. 8., were also install
S tinson A Co.. Portland, Me.
turned him over to Under-Sheriff Catou, which , by those in attendance.
A pleasant paity took place at the Rock i States, and their seeds have justly earned and visions of gold dust haunt the hopeful ed, to-wit: Mrs. J. M. McCall, Matron; W.H. j Address
Our politest bow to the lady members of Point school-house on Christmas eve. Excel- • great popularity by always being fresh and
officer lodged him in the County Jail. He had
Atkinson, Patron; Mrs. H. C. Hill, Associate r........ ..
delver of the earth.
an examination before Justice Buffer yester 1 Adarel Chapter No, 2, O. E. 8., for a liberal ; lent music was furnished by the Orme Bros., i just as represented. Our readers will do well
The rivor claims on the Klamath,in Siski Matron; Miss L. Daggett, W. C.; Miss Susie
day, who held him to appear before the next 1 supply of excellent cake.
I and the supper prepared at White’s hotel was I to avail themselves of their offer to send their
you county, have yielded well during the Fox, W. A. C.; Mrs. H. C. Hill, Treasurer;
Grand Jury in the sum of $3W, which bail he
A gold earring was picket! up on our streots ( not to he beaten.
i beautiful Seed Annual free to all wishing to
past year, and in some case« immensely. , Miss Nettie Wagner, Secretary. A fine supper
last Sunday, which the owner can reeover by! Christmas festivities were unusually inter- purchase seeds.
Several ex<*ellent quaitz ledges are also be-1 followed the installation and other exercises
The highest price paid in
calling at the T imes office.
ing worked in that county at present. Un- ; made the occasion an interesting one.
C hristmas T rkb F estivities .—The Christ
cash for wheat by
A H andsome A ffair .—The Leap-year par usual activity in mining now exists there |
The Wagner creek school will resume stud- | ; bled to witness the Christmas tree exercises at
mas festival giveu at the M. E. Church last
ty given by the ladies of Ashland at Houck’s and it promises to increase during 1881. A
P robate C ourt .—The following proceedings
Friday evening under the auspices of the Union ies next Monday. G. A. Hubliell ot this place Pool’s hall and all went home pleased. Many
transpired in this Court—Judge Dav
[ presents were made.
Sunday School proved a pleasant affair and was
pleasant events of the season. A large attendance fornia is dawning.
presiding—since our last report:
Everyl»ody can get a large assortment of | Judge Deady has denied the motion to re
duly appreciated by those in attendance, es
was present and good order and management
In the matter of the estate of R. B. llarga-
pecially the little ones,of which there were not choice flower seeds by paying a year's subscrip mand the case of Win. Bybee vs. Hawkett ami noticeable. The ladies had left nothiug un
diiie, deceased. Sales of personal property by
i Robinson to the State Courts made by the at-
« few. An excellent programme of exercises, tion to the T imes iu advance.
done for the happiness of the sterner sex and deeds have been recorded in the <'ou nty Clerk’s ,
PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED
In the matter of the estate of Elizalw-th Hill, rpHE
consisting of singing, declamations, reading,
Circuit Court will reconvene next Monday, ' torneys of the former, and it will be tried at their success was complete. The music by
I licit the lies’. <>f tohaceos and cigars can
deceased. P. Dunn, administrator, discharged, hereafter be obt lined at the loll bouse near
etc., had been prepared for the occasion and pursuant to adjournment. Some chaueery Portland before long.
l’rof. Alford s string band was np to its usual
estate being fully settled.
Cliavner's bridge on Rogue river. Also an
Was well rendered. A Christmas tree most beau
I W. Beeson, school clerk of Wagner creek
excellent standard, while the supper at the Norton, Ashland stable projierty. Considéra- | Tn the matter of the estate of Sebro G. Bur extra quality of liquor bv the quart. Prieen
tiful to behold was one of the features. When
The jury in the Canyon road case, tried at district, has completed collecting the tax levied Ashland House was only such as Mrs. Houck ti«u, $3,000.
gess, deceased; petition of C. H. Burton, ad reasonable.
the order of business had been completed re Roseburg last week, brought in a verdict for for the completion of improvements on the new
J. M. McCall to H. Norton, property in ministrator, for order to sell real property. Ci
can provide. The hour of five a . m . was fast
tation ordered issued to heii^ by publication VOR MINING BLANKS GO THE TIM K8
freshments were passed around and a short the defendants, Fink A Gadfly.
school-house, etc. Of the $300 due not a cent approaching when the gay votaries of Terp Ashland. Consideration, £50.
O ffice . Copp’s Hand-book of Mining
Frank Ball to O. Vincent, land in Table ' in the T imes .
time whiled away in devious ways. The Sun
jsw always kept on hand. Price $1 a eopy
Those who tako the lead in publishing their remained delinquent.
sichore were induced to wend their way home Rock precinct. Consideration, $100.
day School scholars also received suitable . business through the newspapers generally
The parties at Kerby villo and Wilderville on ward. 1 he affair was thoroughly appreciated
S ewing M achines .—Four different kind's of
HE best assortment of Koger«’ and Wos-
recognition of their faithfulness. All seemed take the lead in everything else.
tenlwiim’s cutlery in tbo market, it
Christinas eve were successes, 45 tickets be by all who were fortunate enough to be in at
C itaiit . es FI *
'oledo, Ohio, says:—
to thoroughly eujoy the occasion, and why i It is said that the Champions of Honor are ing sold by M. Ryder and 36 by A. R. Jcnes.
I hope others sirn- ) at’E. C. Brooks’ New Drug Store, viz: The
tendance, and there was a general regret that 11 know it ci
our holidays are allowed to [»ass off without [about renting Cronemi Iler s hall as a place of At the former place festivities were continued
EST porting, blasting and giant pow
it was the last of the senes for the ensuing be help«’
Lung Pad,” as I ‘ can. Thev are of the latest and licst improved
der, st use, caps and wads«t
More of tliesu fuaUvals wo oamiot divine.
[ meeting aud will fit it up neatly.
] until Sunday murumg.
i four years.-
| patterns in the workl. Prices from »40 to $50.
—------ JOHN MILLER’S.*
THE SUN FOR 1881