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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY
Perils of Fashion.
A Siberian Aurora Borealis
Every variety of Job Work executed with neat
ness and dispatch, at reasonable rates.
yZ'Ö* IdEGAt TENDU ILS taken at par for
The Elephant as a Walker.
How to be Handsome.
U nder this head the London Lancet, a
We have found two curious points over
We have tome very beautiful displays of
If the young ladies knew how much their
or ignored by writers—one is the habits of lifa have to do with their beauty of
Aurora, but, judging from the following de
scription of one as it appeared in Siberia, tion and influence, discourses in tbe follow rapid and noiseless movements of this animal form and feature, they would venture to set
ours are pigmv displays indeed. In the new ing strain of admonition and rel nke on cer in the thickest covert; the other, his capabili aside some of the customs of fashionable life
ties of passing over ground fur him apparently even to secure so desirable an end. Bayard
work of Tent Life in Siberia, by George Ken tain fashionable follies of female dress.
The elastic, noiseless footfall of Taylor gives the following account of tbe
nan, the writer says :
the elephant has beeu frequently referred to Polish ladies : “Now it is perfectly natural
H-ate in the evening, just as we were pre
by writers on Indian subjects, and has been fur al) women to be beautiful. If they aro
paring to go to bed, Dodd happened to go out
asserted to be the most agreeabie feature in
of doors for a moment to loot» after his dogs,
not so, the fault lies in their birth, or train
on elephant back. This peculiar- ing, or in both. An organism which is per
but no sooner had he reached the outer door
Jaekwirit/e f'.tcAet.— Justice of tbe Peace.
uf the entry than he came rushing buck, his sociated tbo»e on another fashionable folly, ity may be easily explained by an examina- fectly healthy in all its parts will be har
-June« K. (Wade ; Constable, N. Stephenson.
face ablaze with excitement, shouting, “Ken which assists in tho production of the above tion of the structure nf the nnanuU's, foot; moniously developed, and whether mala or
Torn nf JacktonrHir.^-Tn^ler», A. 11. Martin,
James Wilson, N. Fisuer ; President of the
nan ! Robinson ! come out quick !” With evils, and has something of its own to answer tut the silent, stealthy way in which he will female, it will be betfii^fut. Hence there
Board. David l.inn; Rei-or ier, li. S. Hayden;
the vague impression that the village must for. Much mischief grows from the custom pane through the desert thicket, literally can be no true beauty without health, and
-TreasUTer, Henry Pape ; Marshal, G. Seaman.
be on fire, I sprang up, and, without stopping of wearing high boot beds, and those, too, so “slipping away,” when his acute sense of there can be no permanent health in tbe
to put on any furs, ran hastily out, followed much smaller than the actual heel of the smell or hearing warn him of danger, has future man or women unless the child is
Ojficrr*.— Jud-e, J. B. Sifers : Sheriff,
closely by Robiuson, ll irdee and Smith. As wearer, as to afford no solid support, but only been overlooked, and appears to us somewhat properly cared for. We would therefore
Daniel L. Green ; Uteri-. Charles Hughes ; Asses
we emerged into the open air, there burst a balancing point. A free and gracefully difficult of explanation. Let any one un respectfully remind mothers, that, in Poland,
sor. R. E. Foley; Treasurer. Win. Naucke;
Commissioner*, Thoma» G. Patterson, II. Wo ol
suddenly upon our startled eyes the grandest erect carriage is impossible when the centre skilled in the mysteries of “bush ranging” a period of childhood is recognized. There,
cock; School Supcrintendrnt, R. K. Middl's
exhibition of vivid, dazzling light and Color- of gravity of the body is thrown by this attempt ti move even a few'paces in an ordi girls do not jimp from infancy to young lady,
of which the mind t an conceive. The whole means so far forward. Again, there being ! nary fox covert without noise, and he will hood. They arc not sent from the cradle di
Caraty. —Circuit Court. First Monday
in April and Fourth Monday in Oct >berf—O**uity
universe seemed to be on fire. A broad arch no firm support to the h cl, ladies are very form some idea of the difficulties presented to rectly to the parlor, to dress, sit still and look
Court. First Monday in .January, April, July and
of brillant prismatic colors spanned the apt to twist the ankle suddenly by over tho passage of so huge an anamal as the ele pretty. No, they are treated as children
heavens from east to west like a gigantic rain balancing themselves, und still more, the pliant through the den^e tangle of a South should he. During childhood, which extends
bow, with a long fringe of crimson and yellow fear uf its occurrence makes them assume a African “bush.” Yet that the animal, des through a period of several years, they are
streamers stretching up from its convex edge timid, mincing gait. Fiu.illy, the effect of pite his enormous bulk, will “draw off,” plainly and loosely dressed, and allowed to-
to the very zenith. At short intervals of one driving the foot constantly forward into the when within a few yards of his pursuer, with- run, romp and play in the open air. They
lor two seconds, wide, lumir.ou» bands,! toe of the boot, is to produce a very ugly and i out the slightest noise, and with the greatest take in sunshine as does the flower. They
! parallel with the arch, rose suddenly out uf: painful distortion of tbe great toe joiut. It rapidity, even in the thickest covert, is un are not loaded down, girded about, and op
! the northern horizon und swept with n swift, cm not be denied, the Lancet says, that there ^deniable. Again his powers of passing over pressed every way with countless frills and
¡steady majesty across the whole heavens, like’ is a significant correspondence between the difficult ground are often underrated even by superbundant flounces, so as to be admired
long Breakers of phosphorescent light rolling ;e«thetic hideousness nnd the degrading effects hunters. When experiments were first made for their much clothing. Plain simple food,
DS ITS REGULAR MEETINGS ON
in from some limitless ocean of space. Every f on physical health which are produced bv | in India in training elephants to draw the free and various exercise, and ubundant sun
very Saturday eveuing at the Odd Fellow»’
Brothers in good standing are invited t*
pirtim of tbe vast arch was momentarily tight stays and crippling boots, and a certain Iguu, it was discovered with surprise that the shine, during the whole period of childhood,,
JOHN M-KEE, N. G.
| wavering, tremb'.ing ami chargin ’ color, and ' mental and moral tone in L >ndon and other anamaPs power for ascending steep nnd rug are the secrets of beauty in after life.”
MITH, R. Sec y.
the brilliant streamer.« which fringed its edge 'Stcietyof the present day, which is no less ged ground was far greater than had been
«. B ii . ok ’ i , )
K i .U'P el .
anticipated. The gun, a light six pounder,
swept back and forth in great curves, like the surprising than it is repulsive.
V. H klms , J
<k Wilson’s Livery Staule,
fiery sword of the angel at the garden of E len. ' The physical part of this picture finds its with which the trial was first made, was
In a moment the vast auroral rainbow, wilii copy in t* > manv of our .American women, .drawn up a slope so steep as to require the
Compare the dirtiness of the water in
C. W. K AH LEK,
ail its wavering streamers, began to m »ve j Are we compelled, nt any time, to see nnd i auamal to crawl upon his fore knees, which which you have washed when it is cold with-
slowly up toward the zenith, and a second admit the u duality of associated, if not re. it did without hesitation. On the other hand, ¡out soap, cold with soap, and hot with soap,
Itiarupy a:ii Ce:i¡iseUor-at-Law,
a*c!i of equal bri limey forme 1 directly under (suiting mental and moral deformity? Wi*h h impered by the gun and harness, the ele You will find that the first has hardly re- •
it. sh »■ ting up another long serried r *w of ' <>ut setting up as moral censors, the Lancet pliant (a small female) showed unusual moved any dirt all, the second, a little more,
J ACKM>N VIÍ.I.E. OREGON,
slender colored lances toward the north star, isavs : “We may be excused, if for once, in dread of soft and swampy ground.
and the third a great deal more. But hold
Will practice in the Supreme Court. District. nn<’
like a battalion or celestial host presenting
your hand in a cup of hot water for a min
• ther Court» <>f this St ite.
ute or two, and then, by merely rubbing with
OFFICE —In l.uihlin j formerly occupied by 0 JACKSONVILLE,
Jacob-*—oppo.-it«* Court llouee .«quare.
the lingers, you will bring off flakes of dirt or
i’atit the <1 splav increased in unearthly
ing to sp 'il their lungs and their digestions,
ILiw a greit nation becomes rotton to the ’ dirty skin. After a vapor bath you may peel
DK. «Ef>. B. TOLMAN,
swiftly, Lke the spok"9 of a great wheel of and exchange their chances of happy mater- core and unable to resist foreign aggression, your whole self clean in this way. What I
(Inte Surgeon I*. S. Army.)
from the moment its most influential classes I mean is, that by simply washing or spong
light aero s the heavens; the streamers hur- nity for the sake of a wasp waist.”
thysician, Surgeon, and Accoucheur.
given over to corruption and luxury, is I ing with water you do not really clean your
r e l ba k and forth, wit!» swift, tremulous
IVILI. PRACTICE IN JACKSON ANI
exemplified in France in a most terrible and skiu. Take a rough towel, dipono corner in
.no’i*.n, fr *m the rnis of the arches to the
TT a*lj iceut cxinti-s. ani at'eu*l promptly l<
very hot water—if a little spirit be added it
• ;i calls on pro u**i *n J buòne»-*.
•enter, an t now nnd then a great wave of
Louis Napoleon seemed to be at the zenith will be much more effectual—and then rub
OEElt'E Wl> RESIDENCE.
crimson w* uld surge up from the north and
• the M. E. Chureh, Jack-| ’I '.TING A I.\R iE AND WELL SELTtC" trtirly deluge the whole »kv with color, ting | Binary humanity : children lute them ; quiet, of power, and all Europe and America united as if you were rubbing the towel ii^o your
tender, coiitende I, ordinary people love them in homage to his grea'nes«. His wife was j
« I ed ass Ji tiucnt uf
skin with your fingers. The
ing the «li!te snowy earth far and wide with
Jun. Sth. 1S70.
j inS tf.
as th*»y grow ; luxurious ami disorderly peo without a r val as mistress of the fashionable
its rosy r* fl C'-ion. B it as tin- words of the
which will come off will convince you that
ple rejoice in them gathered. They are the world, and her sway extended from the Bois
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
priphw, "A'll the In-arens shall be turned
you were not clean before, however much
cottager’s treasure ; and in the crowded de Boulogne to the Central Park, and from '
t » b'aod.”, formed themselves up >n my lips,
so.ip and water you may have used. These
town, mark, as with a little broken fragment the Bosphorus to the Neva. All who are
t he crims on suddenly vanished, and a light
flxkes are what require removing. And you
* of rainbow, me windows of the workers in most influential by their wealth, their extrav
ning fla«h i t viv d orange startled u* with its
Oppa-ite i he <»lei
can really keep yourself cleaner with a tuin-
Í whose heart re.-ts the covenant of pene. Pas- agance, and their luxury, worshipped the
wide, all pervading glare, which extended
j bier of hot water and a rough towel and rub-
j súmate or religious minds contemplate them pair ns the most illustrious representatives of!
A rkansas L ivery S tami e .
even to the southern hor zon, as if the whole
1 bing, than with a whole apparatus of bath
! with fond, feverish intensity ; the affection is their peculiar proclivities nnd ambitions.
volume of the atmosphere had suddenly taken
; and soap and sponge, without rubbing. It
'seen severely calm in the works of many old
fire. I even held my breath a moment, as 1
is quite nonsense to say that anybody need
religious painters, and mixed with more open art als > continued no hover round Paris, and
be dirty. Patients have been kept clean by
E. 11. GREENMAN,
and true country sentiment in those ot our seemed to redeem the follies of fashion with
which it seemed to me must follow this sud-1
these means on a long voyaye, when a basin
X-I3.3rfliloln.xx <A j Surgoon,
own pre Rapliaelites. To the child and the a halo of intellectual life. But the ruling
ful of water could not be afforded, and when
OFFICE—Al tue U. *- HOTEL, on Cslifor
girl, the peasant and the manufacturing classes were only addicted to money-making
earth there was not a sound to break the ealm
they could not be moved out of their births,
nia Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
silence of night, save the hastily muttered operative, to the grisette nnd the nun, tbe and m*>cey spending, and. like Gen. Grant, as if all the appurtenances of home had been
Will practice in Jackson and adjacent coun
lover nnd monk, they are precious always. Louis Napoleon bestowed his greatest affec-;
ies, and attend promptly to pro essionnl calls.
prayers of the frightened native at my side,
at hand. Washing, however, with a large
But. to the men of supreme power and tion upon tliosi who had the most money to
DR. A. B. OVERBECK
as he cr- s«-d hitn«elf ami kneeled down be
quantity of water has quite ether effects than
J spend. In one word, society in France be
IV ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND Si lt
fore the visible majesty of God.
those of mere cleanliness. The skin absorbs
IT GERY, an.) will attend promptly to all call»
symbolically and pathetically often to the cmie ns base as it was voluptuous, and the
the water, and becomes softer and more per
on professional business. His office and residence
spirable. To wash witt) soapj and hot water
nil forgotten from the great workmen s and
pn]y by the clinking of money. Thus, ! is, therefore, desirable fiom other points of
The Overbeck Hospital,
There are still many of the old customs re soldiers' hands. Such men will take, in while France was supposed to stand at the
On Oregon Street, Jacksonville. Oregon.
view than that of cleanliness.— Notes on
maining. of which one of tho most peculiar thankfulness, crowns of leaves or crowns of head <>f civilization, the corruption of money
Nursing. By Florence Nightingale.
FAY & REA
is the wedding, which has some of the feat thorns—nut crowns of flowers. — John Buskin, ed and fashionable people spread a cancer
ures of those in the northern pert of Ger M. A.
Attorneys and Ceunsellors-at.Law,
through the land, and poisoned all tho een
The Cincinnati Commercial, commenting
many. An orator is the bearer of invitation«,
OFFICE—In Court II<>ase, up stairs.
tral springs of executive and legislative ac upon Grant's tactics to secure his re election
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
who is often the village schoolmaster, lie
O f the four members to Congress selected tion to such an extent as to make the nation j
Will practice in the Supreme an I other Courts
. in “72 says :
makes a formal speech before every house, in South Carolina on the 19th of October, helpless ngainst a foreign enemy.
of this State.
, “President Grant is looking to a game of
which all the people run to bear. Ou the says the Philadelphia Keening Bulldin,
Here in the United States we sre exposed bluffing England to secure a second term of
MF- Particular attention paid to the collection
morning of the wedding he accompanies the three are negroes, and one is a white man to the same danger. Let us see that it be
of Claims against the Federal and State Govern
¡office, and if ho goes on with the game, we
bridegroom and groomsmen to the house of meaner than the meanest negro. Whatever
ments, the Entry of Lands under tbe Pre-emption
I obviated before it is too late.— Banner of shall have a war with England, Canada and
and Homestead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
tbe bride, where they breakfast together; the faults of the white people of the State
the Southern Confederacy' In the first place,
Lode» under the recent Act <>f Congress.
after which he makes a speech to the fath may be, it is undeniable that they are among
there is no occasion for£war, In the second
er and mother, recounting to them all the the most respectable and intellectual in the
A S curvy T rick .—A citizen of Meriden, place, we are not prepared for it. Our navy
noble qualities of the bridegroom, and be country.
Is it not humiliating to every Conn., engaged in digging a well, was recent
wodld be found clumsy and ineffective. Our
seeching them to give their daughter willingly American io see them ruled by a horde of ly deserts 1 by all hands on the day of the
sea coast fortifications are not well armed ;
away, as he is sure a long life of hapines» is ignorant hall barbarous negroes? Do n*>k Meriden fire parade. Looking lor assistance,
n^l our financial system would go to pieces
in store for her. A rival orator then “takes the people of the North feel indignant at the he met a half wit of the town, who agreed to
under the shocks of another great war. There
the word,” and presents the dark side of the fact that their present condition lias been help him, taking pay in cigars. They ar
is a demand for the most unequivocal expres
picture, all the difficulties of the new position, brought about by the terrorism exercised rived at the well, which was already some
OSEPH WETTERER HAS NOWON HAND
sion of public opinion against Grant's war
and the virtues of the bride. After this ovur tbsin by armed mobs of savages, backed forty feet deep, and the citizen was u go
an l is constantly manufacturing the best Lug
policy. He must be made to feel that tha
er Beer in Southern Ore on, which he will sell in
parliamentary discussion the bride departs by the Federal military and civil authorities? down and dig, while his assistant turned the
■quantities to suit purchasers. Call and test tbe
good sense and sound patriotism ot the coun
with her betrothed for church, amidst prayers
windlass. Citizen got about ten feet down, try is against him in this matter, or disas
Jacksonville June 5th. I«fi9.
and tears and good wishes ; nnd to keep up
when the notes of a brass band were heard.
her spirits, musicians cheer her way with again after the death of her husband, she “I declare,” said half-wit, “there s the mu trous consequence« are to be apprehended.”
Good sense and sound patriotism of the
song— "‘The Cottages of the Alps J' By a goes the night before the ceremony to pay a sic ; I must go,” and,, letting go the wind
have ever been against Grant and
visit to his grave. There she kueela and
laf.8, away be ran. Citizen speedily landed his policy, and this he has been frequently
prays him not to be offended—not to be jeal
at the bottom of tho well, unhurt, but badly made to feel, and the same has ever beeD
A deputy sheriff in Keene, New Hampshire, ous. As, however, she feels he will be of
had a habit, when anything occurred to him fended or jealous, the widow brings with her demoralized. ^'1 I here he remained until lai». juneqU¡v0Caj|y expressed, yet his boasted
in tbe day, nobody going near the well, on bull dog obstinaDcy, and his historical tenacity
which he had forgotten to state, of qnieklv a donkey laden with two goats skins with wh .
aving located in J acksonville ,
account of the attractions in town. Finally, “to fight it out on this line” have thus far
'informs the citisens of this place and vicinity
raising his right hand, with the forefinger ex ter. The prayer ended, «lie proceeds to pour
that he ie now prepared to take orders for all kinds
tended, and prelacing bis remarks with the the water upon the grave to keep the firs: towards evening, a neighbor passing by, rendered all such publicly expressed opposi
of gents’ and boy's clothing at reasonable prices.
thinking he would look down and seo how tion unavailing. With these facts staring
exclamation, “By the way.” It being once husband enol under the irritating eircumstan
the work va» progressing, fuun I citizen and the Commercial in the face, what reasonable
C lkaxixg and R epairing done.
his duty as crier to give notice of the opening cesabout to take pine», and having well sntu
me. ____________ ________ jlv2-tf.
hope can it have that an impression could be
of the Court, he began : “Hear ye ! all per rated him, she then departs.
The reason why the Radical Legislature of made upon the hitherto invincible Grant, by
PAMPHLETS, <ons having anything to do before the Court
A poet wrote of his departed love—“We
of Common Pleas, draw nigh, give your nt
Georgia employed so many clerks—one bun-1 making him to feci that tho good sense and
will hallow her grave with our tears,” but! dred and four, or about one derk to every ¡the sound patriotism of the country are
tention, and ye shall be heard.” Here he
the wicked printer set it up : “We will bur
The idea is simply preposter-
sat down, but remembering that he had for.
row her grave with our steers.”
gotten the finishing touches, instantly rose,
these model statesmen could write his own
•nd exclaimed : “By the way, God save the
A lt . the survivors of the Revolutionary
hoice liquors AND CIGAR8 CON
son because it ish deer. I ent mutton be
State of New Hampshire 1”
•lastly on hand.
And all other kinds of printing required
“Pa,” said a lad to his father, “I have War are invited to be present at the grand
cause it fall sheep.”
to bo dene in the oomcuunity, on
very reasonable terms.
often read of people poor but honest : why centenary celebration of the Declaration of
spiro ever constructed. It is built of da k red
What is tbe diffeience between a donkey d iii’t they sometimes say rich 6w/ honest?” Independence, in Philadelphia, July 4, 1876.
You who wont Job Printing done, givo sandstone, and is four hundred und sixty and the only empire in South America? Tha
12 1-2 Cent«.
j “Tut, tut, my «'m,
” nobody woulu believe Tney will be passed free over the various
us a call, and wo will ttfislj you boti ia stylo and
railroads. Tbe press will please copy.
one brays well; the other Brazil.
i tjyyn,” auswared the father.
eight feot above tbe pavement.
Ju|y 17ti, 1869.
F irst Jcnici u. D istrict .—Circuit Jndgm P.
P. »»rim ; Prosecuting Attorney, H. K. Hanna.
J< ic F. om County—Circuit Court. Second Monday
in February and November. Count, Court, first
M onday in each month.
Co*ntjf Oficm— Judge. T. 11. B. Shipley;
Clerk. Sila-* J. Day ; Sheriff, llen-y Klippel ;
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Fuudray ; Treasurer, John
Neuber ; A.«a<-*.«or, David Redpa'h : County Coin-
inissioner», John S. Herrin. Thomas Wright;
School Superintendent. Win. M. Turner ; Survey
or. J. S. Huward ; Cvruucr. L. Ganuug.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
NEW & FANCY TYPE,
IlSITlIt in Hillis unii