Image provided by: Jacksonville Boosters Foundation; Jacksonville, OR
About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1871)
TBE DEMOCRATIC TIMES,
•> j , . 1 •
In T hb D emocratic Tnrrs will be charged al
the following rates
First insertion, (ten line« or less).........,..,..43 0®
For each week thereafter,.................................... $1 8®
Published Every Saturday Morniuff
BY «I. N. T. MILLER <t CO.,
A liberal deduction from the above rates will be
made on quarterly an<l yearly advertisement«.
Publishers and Proprietors.
eon’s Livery Stable.
Subscription, per annum,.....■>>>,...u.
Six months......................... ............
F irst JvntciAL D istrict .— Circuit Judge, P.
F. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, II. K. Hanna.
—Circuit Court, Second Monday
in February and November. County Court, first
Monday in each month.
OFFICE—On Callfortüa St,, over Reatlle« A Wib
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28,1871.
Every variety of Job Work executed with neat
ness and dispatch, at reasonable rate*.
JS'IEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
The Railroad Meeting in Portland- tinue to be the second city on the Pacific ' Past Sieges of Paris—The Heroic City cruelty of his IIugueDot soldiers, Henry IV.
Speeches of Ben. Hayden and others. coast, but if you do not do it, you must take Then and Now—Ravages of the raised the siege.” Finding it impossible to
Norsemen, the Huns and the Vandals. take the city Henry bought it from the
the consequences. I wash my hands of all re
Hen. Ben. Hayden, of Pulk county, on sponsibility.
taking the stand, said that he appeared
Coming down more nearly to our own time we
lion. E. D. Shattuck was next called upen
before the meeting by invitation. He was
find the siege more especially interesting and
to address the meeting ; and he remarked
not very familiar with railroad matters, and
that, so far ns railroad matters are concerned, of poor huts, unwalled, but defended by a important at present—that of 1814. After
—Judge, T. II B. Shipley :
yet he considered himself in advance ot rail
Clerk. Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel ;
he was by many classed amongst the indif >• river winding through marsh and forest, Berc«ina and Leipsic the allies, finding them
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
reads, and whatever influence he could give
ferent ones. This was owing to various cir Paris has had the misfortune to have been selves able to take the iniatiative against
Neither ; Assessor, David Redpnth ; County Com-
;missi iners, John S. Herrin. Thomas Wright;
cumstances, which it was unnecessary for him besieged very often, perhaps more often than Napoleon, crossed the Rhine with an army of
School Superintendent, Wm. M. Turner; Survey
to do so. This railroad matter, so far as the
to explain. He had felt that a railroad any other great city in Europe except Con 500,000 men eager to avenge Marengo, Aus
or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner, L. Ganung.
citizens of Portland were concerned, was a
should be built on its own merits. He had stnntinople. A recent article ir. Appleton'» terlitz and JeDa, The Emperor, who could
Jacktunrille Prtcinrt. —Justice of the Peace,
local one, but with him and others in the
felt no very good feelings toward Ben Holla Journal gives an account of some thirteen only concentrate 80,000 at Chalons, kopt up
■James R. Wade; Constable, N. Stephenson.
“cow* counties” it was not only a matter id day and his relation had been to him some or fourteen of these sieges, which possess suf a running fight with them all through Cham
T-.icn of JaektonriUv.— Trustees, A. II. Martin,
interest but also of principle. He had been thing like Daniel in the lion’s den. lie had ficient interest at the present time to be sum pagne, ending in Lis being overpowered.
■•Tames Wilson, N. Fisher ; President of the
Board, David Linn ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ;
in Oregon 19 years ; he had camped, here on been opposed to him on law matters, but he marily presented. During the campaign ini The allies advanced on Paris with all haste,
Treasurer, llenry Pape ; Marshal, G. Seaman.
the ground amidst the stumps where now (Mr. S.) had concluded to lay all aggravated Gaul, the great Roman conqueror sent his! dreading the tiger-like rush of their old
J osephine cov . xtt .
was erected fine residences and brick stores. feelings aside and look at the matter in the lieutenant Labienus to reduce the Parisians enemy should he succeed in raising a new
iowtify Ojncrrt.— Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff.
Your Nicholson pavement and blocks of light of business. How was it so far as Port to obedience, as they had refused to send army. The allied sovereigns held a consulta
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk, Charles Hughes ; Asses
houses have taken the places of the logs and
sor, It. E. Foley; Treasurer, Wm. Naucke;
land was concerned? Just this: We bad their quota of cavalry to his army. The bar-; tion at Chateau Bondy on March 29th, and
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson. H. Wood
stumps. As he had before stated the railway
not one single natural advantage as a city. barons inhabitants who, on the approach of determined to at once storm Paris on the right
evek; School Superintendent, R. R. .Middles-
terminus was with the citizens of Portland a
All that we had was accidental, adventitious the enemy, foolishly burned their fortresses, bank of the Seine. Though assaulted by
local interest, but the people up the Valley and artificial. An accumulation Ind taken destroyed their bridges, and encamped to the Blucher, the bravest and most cruel of soldiers,
Jutpkiut ('’■•niit'i.— Circuit Court. First Monday
had their interests also to consider, and he
in April and Fourth Mon lay in October. County
place more from accident than from design. north of the town, were in the ensuing bat by Prince Schwartzenburg, by Barclay do
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
would ask where did the people of this city
The whole policy of business men had been tle completely routed. Paris was the favorite Tully, and others, with their enormous armies
get their means from to erect their city ? to get more goods, to get more money—then city of the Emperor Julian, who cleared it of of Prussians, Austrains, etc., with the city
And how was that city supported ? Plainly, to get more goods to make more money— | 356 of the barbarous hordes of Germans who wholly unfortified, and the streets unbarri
by the people of the valley. They could live
without thinking about the city. They had had overrun it for five years, made the town caded, without arms for the National Guard,
without Portland, but Portland Could not
a river to plow with their ships one wav, and for the first time a municipality, and built with boys from the Ecole Poly eclinique to
live without them. Sink Portland, ami they
the other they had to diag dowu the falls at the Palais de Thermos (now Hotel Cluny). man his most important batteries, Marinont
(the upper counties), would not feel it. Sink Oregon City. For three months in the year ' In 842 the Danes, fresh from the burning held out for a day, losing
the upper counties and Portland could not
on Paris, but did not at only surrendered, brave old I i-old’er that he
without a railroad we could not say but that Nantes, advanced
live. We do not produce to throw our pro we had a bad communication both above and tack it owing ♦ to i the opposition
JACKSON VI LIÆ LODGE No. 1»
afforded by J was, because he said the contest was hopt*
ducts away ; we have other channels to get below. Where were our natural advanta- tbe then castellated fortresses—such as the less, and could only bring hardships to tho
olds its regular MEETINGS ON
rid of what we raise ; we can get out front I, ges as a city ? Chicago, so far as natural ad- Palais de Thermes, the monasteries of St. people without any future compensation.
every S:itur<i:iy evening ¡it the Odd Fellows’
the Yaquina and through the Nehaletn Moun | vantages were concerned, Lad far less of them Germains, St. Genevieve, and St. Victor— “Paris is now far stronger thr.n in 1814 ;
Hall. Brother« in gon-l gtanJing are
JAMES Bl CKLE\ . N. G.
tains to the Columbia river, but he would | 1 than many other places in the West. She which protected it. Subsequently the inhab an l, instead of a few contemptible redoubts
THOS. PAULSON, R. Sec y.
Califorula St.. (Up Stairs.) over Reames say to his hearers if they desire 1 to maintain !
' was on this point inferior to St. Louis, and vet itants, panic struck by tbe fearful ravages and one hundred guns, bas twelve leagues of
W m . B ilger , )
their present position as the metropolis of I
Wilson’s Livery Stable,
11. K i . ici - kl ,
St. L »uis was the great capital of the West, and of the invaders in the surrounding country, wall and sixteen citadels. Instead ol 30,000
II. V. H elms , )
this State, they must help themselves. The
this was mainly owingto hersystetn of railroads ' abandoned the city, which was at once occu- men, she has at present, by the most trust-
Regular R.»!>ekah Degree m-cting. la
citizens of Portland had the key to the trans
night of each month, at 7* o’clock p. m.
having reference to business. She was ever : pied by the pirates, who, however, found lit- worthy accounts. , 60,000 soldiers, 109,000
portation of the upper counties ; if they did
Mar 1>t. 1S<9.
ready to seize everything at the flow; every tie to reward their cupidity but the iron gates Gardes Mobucs, 190,000 National Guard:»
n >t assist to maintain their position, they stream of commerce especially ; ami a perfect and the roof-beatns ol St. Germains. Charles 9,000 volunteer Francs tireurs, and 10,000
C. W. KAI I LEK,
would be left out in the cold. You do not network of railroads hail been constructed anil the Bold paid them the enormous subsidy of auxiliaries from the municipal services. The
raise anything ; you buv your goods and sell had been made to concentrate at Chicago. ' 7,0<*0 pounds of silver to withdraw. 1 heir: reliable defenders of the city are computed bv
Attorney and founsdlor-at-Law,
them to us—this is all legitimate—but we j ¡‘•Natural advantages” were not necessary to i | stay was not, howevtT, long, for in 857 the General Trocltu, a cool and determined mau,
J ACKSONVIl.I.i:, OREGON,
will look to our interests. Stilfour interests i the maiiGenanc ami prosperity of Portland a-; savages destroyed the monasteries before at 410,000 armed men, aDd much may be ex
your interests. While I was in the Leg i a city, if tbe capital which is here is properly sacked, and broke open the tontbs of the p^cted from the rage and despair of such a
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and JACKSONVILLE,
other Courts of this St ite.
¡stature I supported every wngor road, ai d applied ; hence if we exercise the proper wis Merovingian kings and scattered the bones f mu|G^U(je, even though two-thirds of them
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by O.j
evary railroad scheme, and every lock bill | dom, we can overcome those difficulties, and of Clovis to the winds, and so indelibiC was are yOung recruits. The whole twenty-two
Jacob«—nppo-ite Court House «quart.
that came up. I do not claim to be a local j ; unless we do this, Portland must take a Lack the fear then stamped on the monks that ur.- Ini]eg of ramparts only require 150,000 men
DU. GEO. B. TOI..TIAN,
man, because I always believed that what seat in commerce and business. A straight til the era of Louis XIII., a clause was con-
arn) them ; and, if the total number of
was for the interest of lhe North ami East line front Puget Sound to Corvallis will cross mined in the litany of St, Genevieve, “From gung required, 3,640 (the allies of 1814 only
(late Surgeon U. S. Army,)
was equally beneficial to the South and West, the Columbia liver somewhere in the vicinity the fury of the Norsemen good Lord deliver j took 100), have really been mounted, and the
Physician, Surgeon, and Accoucheur,
i and would benefit alike every one. While of St. Helen’s and run up the Valley, not us.’
In 885 the sea robbers were again be thirty-six entrances hitherto left open have
Y If ILL PRACTICE IN JACKSON AND
in the Legislature I also supp1 rted the $300, touching Portland. He had seen maps w here fore the city, which stood a regular siege of been well fortified—if there is no treason, in-
V V adjacent conntie«, anl attend promptly to
all calls ou pro;c.»ionul bu-uie«-.
aving a large and well select - Out) Subsidy Bill, because : 1st, 1 believed
railroad matters were subjects of speculation, four years. Paris did not even then surren- ternal insurrection, or panic—Paris may still
ed assortment of
OFEIUE AND RESIDENCE,
that the people ot Portland wanted it ; 2d, ami Portland was not considered a matter of der, for Charles again bought off the Norse make a bloody resistance, and many thou-
on 4th «treet, opposite the M. E. Church, Jack
because I believed it was a constitutional consequence with those who have these rail men. Vei ry many heroic deeds were enacted sands of Prussians must perish before its
measure ; 3d, because I believed the people roads in view. To maintain property at its by the besieged during this siege. A curious bastions.”
Jan. Sth. 1S70.
here would be benefitted bv it ; and, 4th. be 1 ' present value in Portland we have to buihl boat used by the besiegers was dug up about
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
A New City on the Columbia.
cause I know that it would be a benefit to I railroais. But he would return to the objec fifty years ago near the Champ de Mars, hav
OfSco--On rino street
the valley counties, and I believe so still. ' tions. Some think it is humiliating to give ing evidently been sunk in the silt.
The Northern Pacific Railroad Company
The proposition, as he understood it, was t«> I Beu Holladay $100,000 toward a railroad I In 1357 Paris was enclosed for the first
Opposite t lie Old
raise $100,000 by subscription for the pur when the Government has given him enough i j time, the provost having fortified it with walls have purchased a section of land about eight
miles above the junction of tbe Cowlitz river
pose <«f establishing n depot or terminus of to build it without. But tho speaker had
A rkansas L ivery S tari e .
and a ditch, which required 3,000 masons for
the West Side Railroad within the city ol noticed this :—that when Mr. Holladay un- j a whole year to construct. Immediately af with the Columbia, and about forty miles be
low Vancouver, upon which they design
Portland. Albany raised $50,000 f<^r rail dertakes anvthing he benefits two parties— ■
terwards the Duke of Normandy laidseige1
a city, to be called Kalama—an In-
road purposes, and he could mention a few I Ben Hoil. d iy mid somebody else. He was to it, but the walls were too much for him, i
E. IL GREENMAN,
word, meaning beautiful girl. The
men here who could raise this $100,000 more' Iconfiletit Holladay would not make us any though he obtained by intrigue what he fail ’¡dian
rixysioimi efts Surgeon,
are now preparing to erect docks,
easily than the people of Albany could afford to i worse. lie will do someihing with this!
OFFICE—At the U. S. HOTEL, on Califor
< d to take by arms. In 1359 Xing John be
depots and warehouses on tho site, which is
raise the sum subscribed by them. He asked
nia Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
$100,000. The speaker wanted to call theii i sieged tbe city after his victorious advance!
bo made their headquarters on the Colum-
them, would they not do it ? So far as $100,- attention to road building. We have several
ç-$y~Will practice in Jackson and adjaeent coun
through Picardy, lie, ton. was unsuccessful, ,bia. A large amount of business will be I
ter, ar.d attend promptly t<> proesaional calls.
000 is concerned, what does that amount to roads, he said, branching out in various di
though his knights, Sir Walter Many espe
DR. A. B. OVERBECK
in comparison with your capital f If you rections from our city. Many persons have cially per ormed prodigies of valor, and 'done at this point for two or three yearn, at
least, and ns it is accessable to ocean steamers
do not start your railroad and make your
IL’IM* PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
subscribed to various lists for the purpose of though the supplies of the Parisians were and sea going ships at almost all seasons of
VV GERY, aa<l will attend promptly to all calls
terminus, some one else will do it. I know
on prufcsiional business. His office und residence
building these roads to run by A. ll.’s mill nearly exhausted. In 1430 Joan of Arc at the year, it has a fair chaDce to become tho
I fought Ben. Holladay politically, in bis ef
or some one’s ferry, but were they to follow tempted to wrest Paris from the English by commercial metropolis of the Columbia, and
z*The Overbeck Hospital,
fort to re-elect Senator Williams, and we
out that policy and visit those roads hunting j a coup de main. It failed owing to the stub shut out the impudent pretensions of Port*
On Oregon Street, Jacksonville. Oregon.
beat him by electing our man—Col. Kelly—
for the results of the expenditure of these bornness of the defence and a wound received ■ land-on Wallamet.
JAMES D. FAY.
O. B. BEA.
but I would as soon Ben. Holladay would
various $5, $10 or $50 subscriptions in times by the'maid, who, according to the then cur
As soon as the railroad is completed to this
FAY & REA
build a railroad as anybody else. Politics is
past, they could not find them. We had bet rent theological notions, was justly punished side the Cascades from the ocean, the “East
politics, and business is business, and people
Attorneys and Couiisellors-at.Law,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
ter stop that kind of giving and give to some for her impiety in giving the assault on the 'of the Mountains” will of course look to Pa-
may talk about monopolists and capitalists,
OFFICE—In Court Ilonse, up stairs, x
body who can do something ; therefore he anniversary of the nativity of our lady. ! get Sound for their commercial emporium.
but nobody but monopolists and capitalists
had subscribed $100 to Ben Holladay on this Not until 1436 was the city taken and tbe The distance from The Dalles to the probably
Will practice in the Supreme anl other Court«
can build railroads. People oppose this prop
of this State.
proposition, which was as much as he could garrison put to the sword, by Richemont, the western terminus of the Pacific Railroad, will
osition because the money goes to Ben. Hol
constable of France, and the gallant Dunois, be but little more than two hundred miles,
"tiT* Particular attention paid to the collection
laday. Politically we fought him, but finan
of Claim« against the Federal and State Govern
Mr. Stitzel read a note from Mrs. W. E. whom Shakespeare and Schiller have immor and the trip can easily be made from here to
cial opposition to him is nonsense—it is like
ment«, the Entry of Land« under the Pre-emption
Cooper, offering to subscribe $250.
the sea in ten hours, the time now occupied
and Homestead Law«, and to the Entry of Mineral
cuttingj>ff your nose to spite your face. 1
Lode« under th* recent Act of Congre««.
Charles the Bold, in 1465, besieged his wily , in going to Portland.— Mountaineer.
know of land upon the cast side of the river
pcared upon the stand, and said it was a very
LAGER! LAGER I
which before the railroad was built was not
enemy, Louis XI. in Paris. Both armies Twelve Articles by Distinguished Sen
singular feature to the people of Oregon how
worth five dollars an acre, but which is now
seem to have been well comma:.ded, and
the citizens of Portland could be so loth to
worth from $40 to $50 per ucre. People
hence numerous combats took place, some of
subscribe thia $100,000. At one time Benton
traveling upon that railroad see these things,
them of great gallantry, the Parisians being
Bonner, of the Now York Ledger, is pub
county was ready to subscribe $100,000 on
and remark that lands upon the West Side
cheered on by the presence of the ladies, who lishing a series of twelve articles by distin
condition that the railroad should pass
OSEPH WEITERER HAS NOW ON HAND
do not amount to anything. lie woulil state
exposed themselves in <rder to cheer on their guished U. S. Senators. The fact has dis
through certain points there. So far as tbe
and is constantly manufacturing the best Lag
defenders. Charles, unable to reduce the turbed the pride ol the Cincinnati Inquirer
er Beer in Southern Ore.on, which he will sell in
road is concerned, the people of Benton coun
quantities to suit purchasers. Call and test the
State was in Washington, Yamhill, Polk,
city, was bought off by Louis. In the same to such a degree, that it bas secured articles
ty were not anxious that it should terminate
Benton and the western side of Lane county,
year, however, the Burgundians attempted to also from twelve other distinguished men—
Jacksonville June 5th. 1889.
in Portland. Ho did not care whether it whs
surprise Paris, and had actually penetrated officials and U. S. Senators. Hero they are :
the most fertile part of Oregon is here, and
( Ben Holladay that built tbe tailroad or who
the completion of the West Side Railroad
in its outskirts when they were anested by Morton, of Indiana, leads off on “Chastity;”
it was. If they want the terminus in Port
will make lands there as valuable ns the
chains r.nd barricades erected in the stress. Yates, of Illinois, fullows on “Temperance;”
land they must pay for it. We expect to pay
Ileory IV., after the defeat of the League at Fenton, of New York, on “Stuffing Mattres
road on the east side has made those lands ;
' for the advantages to be derived from railroads
Ivry, invested Paris, and attempted to cut off sesSumner, of Mass., on “Domestic
hence I say if Holladay has a mind to step
iu Benton county, for the reason that we do
all its supplies. “The Duke de Nemours who Bliss;” Ben. Wade on “Social Refinement;”
in and by his improvements of the country
not expect men who have the ability to build
defended Paris, defended it well, nevertheless. Ilarlan, of Iowa, on “The Policy of Strict
raise my land from $5 or $10 an acre to $30,
to do this work for nothing, and you
aving located in J acksonville ,
informs the citiien» of this place and vicinity
J of Portland need not sit here idle, thinking Thirty thousand poor wretches died of hunger Honesty ,” Sherman, of Ohio, on “How to
in the srace of a month ; mothers fed upon Get Rich ;” U. S. Grant on “Bull Pups
that he is now prepared to take orders for all kinds
him. If he does not conflict with my views
t* at we must come to you forever ; we shall
ot gents’ and boy’s clothing at reasonable prices.
the flesh of their children, and, by the ndvice and Donation Parties;” B. F. Butler on
I should be narrow and contracted to oppose
seek another outlet. We expect to reach the
the philosophic or fanatic Spanish anibas “The Art of Getting Up Tea Spocas and
him. Look at this audience. What is it for
C lkamisg and R epairing done.
ocean by a railroad to Yaquina Bay, but there
sador, the citizens even dug up dead bodies other Silver Ware;” Collector Bailey on
you to raise $100,000? Is it not certain that
July 2d, 187®.______________________ J>y2 tf.
will be a Northern line, and for old acquain
that twenty miles of railroad, to be made tance sake we should like to come to Port and pounded the bones into a kind of horrible “The Persecutions of Innocence.” The In
dough, which generally enused the death of quirer man is not to bo outdone by the
valuable, roust be carried farther? You land.
The half starved people Ledger.
turn a deaf ear to this proposition, and let
fought with fury; even the Capuchia and
the North Pacific Company establish a city
Missouri will be represented in the Forty-'
ter to the Grass Valley Union, closes it with Carthusian monks put on armor over their
on the Columbia, cross the river and then
the following paragraph :
frocksand fought beside the citizens. Sully, second Congress in the House by five Demo
come up through the Nehalem to the Valley,
If there be a paucity of iJeas in this letter, however, says the city could never have held crats, three Republicans and one Indepen
and Portland will be destroyed. If you do
hoice liquore and cigabs con
an incoherency of expression, a vague wan out if the King’s officers had not allowed pro dent. A Finkelburg, will hereafter act with
Aad all other kinds of printing required
■tantly on hand.
not help yourselves another Company will
to be dene in the community, on
dering around subjects, an incomprehensibil visions to pass in exchange for scarfs, plumes, the Democrats. Good for Missouri.
come in that will raise the money and build
very reasonable terms.
ity, an idiotic vaucity, a general ambiguous
a railroad up the Valley, which will leave ventoaity, I have only one excuse to make, I silk stockings, sashes, gloves, and beavers,
I t begins to look ominoas when the woman
You who want Job Printing done, give
that they wanted from within. Eventually, of the period wants her club ; she used to be
12 1-1 Cento.
as a call, and we will satisfy you both in atyleand
either owing to hopelessness or fear of the satisfied with her broomstick.
and a pull altogether, and Portland will oon- and may God have mercy on my soul.
July 17lb, 186».
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
<<* 1 lì ir
t 11 fl
e-x iQ 1 « I n is
il TT, I I* I 1 A Zi
r- ;-------------- -------------- ------------ —------------ w y
li V— ’ TT- An
I » zx
n a i
I I . A
NEW & FANCY TYPE,