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August 29, 2012 The Julian News 9 (760) 765 0192 We have our own private parking lot behind the office entrance off 'C' Street C O R N E R OF' 0 P ER TIEs AI N & TREET www. i ul i an-p ro p erti es. com Est. 1967 P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 CUSTOM WHISPERING PINES HOUSE - Lovely 2 bedroom/2bath home with vaulted wood ceilings, expansive North facing windows and custom details throughout. Spacious gardens with mature landscaping, a large outbuilding that is currently a handy wood shop, and beautiful views of the Volcan Mtn Preserve are some of the amenities of this great property. Lots of possibilities here for a family or for a fun retirement home. This is a must see house. Offered at $325,000. iai,=..-_ ESPECIALLY NICE CUSTOM 4 bed/3 bath CUTE A-FRAME up on a hill above the town of home in the historic village of Julian. Located on Julian. 2 bedrooms/1.5 baths, 1116 sq. ft. Located near all of the amenities of the town but tucked back in a quiet neighborhood. Located in the sewer and water districts, very low mainterlance. Best buy in the town of Julian, Offered at $169,000 a choice 2/3 acre site on the edge of town within walking distance of everything! Built in 2007, 2361 sq ft, gourmet kitchen, two car garage, beautiful southern views off the balcony. Don't miss this one. Priced below the cost to build at $549,000 CHARMING AND IMMACULATE - Mountain Home in the trees above Lake Cuyamaca.with a view of the lake. Cozy Living room has fireplace with pellet insert, 2 bed rooms, deck and an extra room downstairs. Cedar wood inside and out. PRICED AT $269,000 VOLCAN AREA 6.53 Acre farm with cozy 3 bedroom/ 1 bath house plus a guest house/ office building. Southern exposure with fantastic views, seasonal pond, fenced orchard and garden areas, open pastures for grazing or planting with orchards or crops. NEW QUALITY CUSTOM HOME on 1.97 wooded acres in Pine Hills. Much attention to details. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, dream kitchen, with large center isle and Granite counter tops, large front yard, double attached garage and views! 'was00 REDUCEDTO $620,000 $379,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: julinjoe@gmail.com SIXTEEN ACRE RANCH... MEADOWS, TREES, VIEWS This ranch is located in a picturesque area of Julian with easy access from a County road. Some of the property is quite level and some is sloping affording great views.. There is fencing and cross-fencing for livestock and pasture rotation. In addition to the farm house, there is a barn, a separate guest cottage and out buildings. There are mature oaks and cedars and four large English Walnut trees in the front yard. This ranch has been held by the same family for 56 years! PRICED AT $498,000 6.09 Acres BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE located on the outskirts of Julian. From the tree nestled knoll of the property, you view the stunning scenery of Vulcan Mountain and the surrounding meadows, where you can experience the true four seasons. The gorgeous wild flowers of Spring to enjoying the shade of the majestic oaks in the cool breeze of Summer that naturally blows through the mountain pass to the changing colors of Fall and the surrounding snow covered hills of Winter. FEATURED AT $149,000 Rose Steadman, Broker/Owner CHARMING HISTORIC HOUSE in the town site of Julian. Just one block off Main St this house was built by U.S. Congressman Kettner in 1923. It is a 3 bedroom 2 bath, with original oak floors, clear redwood interior siding, and lovely wood antique ceilings. May also have business potential. REDUCED TO $325,000 Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: melo-de@sbcglobal.net 2.2 Level Acres. Has well,, water storage tank electricity and great views. Easy to build on: $139,000 Desert Views from thisOne Acre, $22,000 Lake View Cuyamaca Site $79,000 Nice Site - .62 Acre, has septic layout, views, trees. Priced at $64,000 Cuyamaca: 4.32 Acres, great views,'has .septic layout $100,000 Harrison Park: 5 Acres, well, electricity, septic in, views. $165,000 Choice Parcel: 4.24 Acres at the end of the road. Large trees, power & phone. $159,000 i Pine Hillsi 1.28 Acres, septic layout, trees, views. $159,000 Julian Estates: 4.7 Acres, has a well and fantastic views. $179,000 Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com Tottered Tidbits No. 22 Rumored Massacre in Julian by Albert Simonson In some newspapers, you get to read enough threatening stuff to make you paranoid. Dread fear and anxiety sells newspapers and influences elections. It .has always been thus. It used to be the bugaboo of "card-carrying communists" infiltrating government. Then there was "MAD" (mutually assured destruction with A-bombs], resulting in a wacky Peter Sellers movie. The February 22, 1873 San Diego Union had a pretty scary article for folks in Julian. It was entitled "Rumored Uprising of the Mission Indians." It must have made many a miner clasp his pickaxe more tightly in the cold black of night. It read: "On Saturday a man arrived in Julian from the camp of Mission Indians at Santa Ysabel." It continued, "He reported that they had assembled at that point in large numbers (from three to five hundred strong) intending to make a raid on Julian City and massacre the inhabitants in revenge for the killing of the Indian who was taken out of jail a few weeks ago and murdered." Getting out of jail in Julian was not always a good thing. It's true that a lynch mob had hanged the Indian, and also maybe true that the Indian deserved it, according to what I have read in that newspaper (which is not always to be t believed). It was not only Indians who had a regrettable tendency to get hanged; in Santa Ysabel a black teamster in the army camp got himself hanged without trial just for saddle theft. New Englanders like Bill Marshall, storekeeper at Warner's hot springs, enjoyed the privilege of a trial before hanging. He was probably innocent of high treason, according to a published study by Lee Bibb, but got to strangle over a half houranyway. The ungenerous hangman gave him less than a one -foot drop from the cart, giving little bounce. At Warner's adobe store, Bill had overseen gambling and a pawn shop, while serving up "grog" [booze] to Indians and emigrants. Having an Indian wife and child, he was seen to have questionable patriotism. The young man was caught between two worlds. The only Indians who converged on Julian came in June of 1875 after another mysterious jail hanging. A delegation of 50 indignant Indians wondered why Sole had hanged himself, since he was in jail only on a trivial drunk and disorderly charge. Besides, he had been bound with rope. An "official inquiry" was promised, but no one was fingered in the coroner's report other than "parties unknown." Julian was a town that knew how to keep its secrets. A 4 muckraking history buff can't even locate the miners' relaxation resorts anymore. I'm sure some ladies might have had skills beyond baking Julian pies. On June 22, 1878, another Indian with the pious name of Juan de la Cruz was under guard in the Julian jail. He had unwisely chosen a popular victim to stab on the Banner road - Mrs. King, a good wife of a Banner mine owner. A group of concerned citizens earnestly discussed the matter. The more "grog" they swilled, the more clearly emerged the righteous path to justice and it led straight to that wooden jail. Off they went. In the witty slang of the gold country, a tree branch would bear "queer fruit". They had a quaint way with words, these forefathers. The lynched suspect was found in an adjacent field near the scene of his crime, probably near our library. The guard, Bill Woods, was not asked to identify the men who "subdued" him and he admitted that his resistance had been less than vigorous. The newspaper had correctly predicted that "the abundance of stout oak timber" in Julian would quickly weigh the suspect's culpability. Still, no "rumored massacre" ever came.to Julian. So, can we now snicker at olde timey fearmongering and sensationalism? Not so fast. The more geezerly among us may recall that our expanded bombing of Indochina was based on "Gulf of Tonkin" reports which were already retracted when President Johnson used them as a pretext for bombing. The media ran with the breaking news, but as always the truth was revealed much later and ever so quietly. More recently, there were those WMD's. The president and General Powell cited the ever-shifting, already debunked reports of "Curveball," a weasely Baghdad con man, thief, and cab driver who received a Mercedes and a nice life in Europe for his contributions. His codename is the title of a revealing book and is good for googling. There were also those forged "yellowcake" papers about Saddam ordering uranium ore from Niger, a story which had already failed to meet the journalistic standards of the fleshy Italian boulevard magazine "Panorama." But it was good enough for a State of the Union address and domestic corporate media. Condi Rice solemnly invoked mushroom clouds. Naysayers were punished, but not hanged, which shows just how far we have come. Google "Plame affair" if you can't let bygones be bygones. Today, many are stockpiling guns in response to news media saying Obama will take away our guns (which he will have to pry from my cold dead hands, in the immortal words of Charleton Heston, NRA president). Smith & Wesson shares have doubled since I sold ours while in a crisis of faith in our impending terror f OK, lots of newsy stuff is over the top, but even you critical readers can believe what you read here. For sure. No doubt about it. "Fair and balanced" is US. For instance, we now report breaking news that there is an upgraded old jail at the corner of Fourth and C. Feel free to visit. It's an eerily quiet spot these days with nary noose nor lynch mob in sight, no "queer fruit" twisting slowly in the wind. The Julian Historical Society saved it for all posterity and you. Just watch out for the (groan, gasp) rattlesnakes, recluse spiders, and [ugh!] flesh eating bacteria of mass destruction. Don't be "history" instead of just reading about it. OK, so it's just a quaint old jail, but maybe a little creative hype could pull in even more tourists. It looks sinister enough to spin and rebrand as our very own gold rush Gitmo. After all, Colin Powell and Curveball juiced up a dusty seed packing plant into an axis-of-evil bio-weapons factory. It can be done, honest. It just takes imagination. 1 Election continued from page I the election. Spencer Valley will see the imcumbent remain. Majestic Pines Community Service District will need to fill three seats, Wynola Water District two seats. There will be an election for two seats on the Warner Springs School Board as Angela Acosta, Gina McManama and Edward Norte all qualified. California State Assembly District 71: Patrick J. Hurley, Democrat Brian W; Jones, Republican US 50th Congressional District: Duncan. D. Hunter, Republican David R. Secor, Democrat US Senate: Elizabeth Emken, Republican Dianne Feinstein, Democrat President: Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson, Peace & Freedom Gary Johnson, Libratarian Edward C. Noonan, American Independent Party Barack Obama, Democrat Mitt Romney, Republican Jill Stein, - Green Election day is Tuesday November 6, last day to register is October 22, 2012. you can check the status of your registration by clicking =Check Your Voter Registration Status" at the home page of the San Diego County Registrar of Voters.