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The Democratic Tim«. *
may be some popularity gained or lost ¡n'aware of it), that the recommendations of the, adversaries on the stump. A splendid op- public duty, but simply and solely by virtue r s
«'these chimeras of youis, , wc
We have received the first number of the
you call up all the people of Jackaun county r of Jackson, and weieadopted unhesitatingly, the corruption, and rottenness and wickedness consideration of the support they coaid brio
and take the article as an exponent of vour but we apprehend that there has been a generally of the Democratic party, aud of they should receive a share of the offices ; the D emocratic T imes , n new journal started at
SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 23, 1871
“*** now as
— llNiy used to| the Democratic candidates In particular ;i; and radicals yielding in tho hope of electing a Jacksonville. The appearance of the paper
—“things ’ aint
views on revenue finances, and ■ tell
th it ‘ ehange
is highly mditafele. mid tbff lantuofte and
if he then possessed the knowledge which he législative ticket*which would send William-
their taxes are beyond endurance, and that was’’—if they ever “was” that way.
tone of the salutatory are commendable, and
That excellent journal is likewise grncieu» claims to have now, his extreme love of right to the Senati*. There is the troth of the if the purposes laid down therein are adhered
you know and Ileavon knows it, too , and in
'o, we shall welcome it to the field of Journal
the same breath tell them that the Assessor ly pleased to inform us, that upon certain'and his extreme hatred of all wrong should matter which no honest radical in Jackson
ism with open palm, and bespeak for it the
did not put them half high enough, and that ¡conditions it will aid us by its good wishes | |liivo prompted him to raise his warning voice County will deny. \V hen our young friend •ordial suppirt of the Democracy of JnckantE
mill advice ip the future. Rea Iv, we deeply I from the stump, and in failing to do so he jets off’ whoppers like that, they should not ■ounty. The professions, however, which it
Compromising the People s Honor. they did not quite do the clean thing in list
be so clumsily constructed that detection i? nnk«*s in the next article, entitled “what the
ing their little effects, and that this little lament our utter disti u i m oi language ade- «tunils self-condemned before the people now.
T imes will not do.'* which are most pruise-
iqnnte to convey even a faint i'lea of our appre-• He was invited to meet the Democratic speedy and inevitable.
We are inclined to think, in view of cer compromise of theirs will give the present
we sincerely regret to find overturned
eialioni f the extra riinr.rv kindness oi this' speakers, lie was dared to do it ; but “like ¡1 But we quote again from our young friend's
tain facts that will speak for themselves, that “county managers credit for economical and
in the very article itself. It s»iys :
oJer—a kindne.-s all the more lenurkable, [ lamb led to the slaugh’er he was dumb—he article:
the Editor of the Sentinel has rather over skillful management of county interest,-' and
“If unfortunately it should be called upon
“Great interests were at stake ou the next to assail any p irsmi, it will speak boldly ; no
from the fact that our cotemp irary was opened not his mouth.-’
worked both bis judgment and imagination, dint they have thus by their little selfish in
aware that our innate diffidence would pre-[ Perhap«, however, be thought that he could egislature, and how well I these model bed cowardly inuendo or contemptible insinuation
in his indiscriminate charges in an editorial liseretions thrown their just burdens upon
rock legislators guarded those inten-sts, w>
vent u« from applying to it for advice, aud j best exert himself for th»’ go al of his partv leave our readers to judge from their own will ever disgrace its columns.
of the 2lst ir.st., agaiust the Tax Assessoi the people of the sister counties. And while
A little further On it says :
and people of this county. He there allude.- you have them arraigued before you, under hence ten h rs it gratuitously. Ah ! the obli by keeping his tongue between his teeth, statements. We are unable to find a single
When the Denmcia ic pa.ty, through its
net of any < f these gentlemen, since theii
to the shortcomings of the former, and iu u the influence of this sound lecture, tell them igation isaltn >sttoogreat to be bourne. Under! lie may be correct, for many a cause, good, election, either in the legislature or out of it. convention, State or National, enunciates a
subsequent paragraph of the same, be gives you will be a candidate lor their favors two the-e circumstances, fancy <>ur feelings while bad and indifferent, Ims been lost by the lor the benefit of the people who elected principle in its platform—for instance, like
years hence. True, according to their inde we are constrained to “decline with thanks” want of judgement and want "f sense of its them ; while on the other hand, ¡there tire the lam uh eighth resolution—neither the
a fifth-rib stab at the latterX
“While our taxes are high enough, as it is. pendent way of thinking in their last Verdict this sc.ond kind offer of our cotnnporarv. public advocates. Our young friend know- nutty proofs that they left no occa-ion uniin i-owa'dice of time-serving Democrats, nor tho
proved to turn their positions of public trust cl»m >rs of Radical enemies, will prevent the
God knows, it is easy to be perceived by tin it the polls, they failed to appreciate your From our long observation of the course ol best, of course, what course to pursue.
i T imes from advocating the principles the
assessment returns this year, that they would modest request upon their suffrage. D >n't the Herald, we arc painei to sav, that ve have-
Granting that he aided his party best by to their own personal advantage.”
have been much heavier, if our assessing of »et «cured,'.young friend, at the successful not the mo: t unlimited Conti k-ncc in thejudg keeping his mouth shut, there was another
We would not by any means accuse our p irty promulgates. We shall not disgrace
ourselves or our party by a ‘*red hot” advo*
ficer had done his duty and assessed the prop
l’ig'y gilted, truthful young friend of will ¡eacy of such principles at the beginning of a
erty in the county at its real value. By de
fully perverting the truth, but when the [canvas», and then, out of pure cowardice
frauding the State, or, rather the people 0 fairs by the envied poweis that be. W. for that estimable j >lirnal. I;; this opinion, was his implication in the Goose Like fraud
show that every ple lge made by the become icy cold on tho subject towards it#-
other counties, whose property has been as don
’t like to sit in the corner and prophesy the people of Portlani, we feel as.-ured, will ind swindle. No doubt our virtuous young
■eased at its real value, we have lightened ( evil, but we fear this little ve n of spleen fullv coincide, in view of the fact that friend, whose soul is harrowed by the calam Democratic canvus-ers last June was fully ! <-!ose, so that neither the taunts of political
enemies nor the solicitations of political
our own burdens, and our county udministra
•the Herald claims to have advise) the raisin “ ' I ities which have befallen the county and redeemed in the L'gi.-lature, we are eon [friends can obtain an utterance through thesa
tion is relieved from the unpopularity whicl wont pan you out more than a tail bolt the
a heavier taxatiou would have thrown upon next time political favors are to l>e dispensed of S10J,0 10 by sul srription to aid the West State, deemed it perfectly legitimate to at ■•trained to say that the above assertion was ! columns.”
Now we would ask our yoilng and inex
by these same tax payers. And now, would Side Railroad,—and that subscrip ion seems tempt to swindle the people of the county out penned hastily and without consulting the
brother, in all kindness, if there is
He here in the same breath, solemnly thinks it not be better to let your old sores heal be to hang tire, naturally jeopardizing tho inter of their choice at the polls by voting the L’ni
false and cowardly innuendo in this-
the Supreme Being recognizes the same im fore you go after the honestly disposed tax estsof Portland : l.erebv. We are constrained ted States soldiers at Camp Warner, and the ’ about a matter of which he is deplorably
last quotation ? Again it asserts :
portant fact, that is here tbo subject of his payers in unwarrantable and inconsistent at to believe, with much regret, that the people herdsmen o! Grant county, at the Goose Luke ignorant. First, a resolution was t dopted
“It will n< t seek to distract and divide the1
deliberations—that this small part of out tacks, that Sampson-like pulls the ruins down of Portland, where our esteemed coteinporary polls. This he regards as doing all he could ; in caucus, pledging the newly elected Sena Democratic party by seeking to gratify the
county’s vineyard has been sufficiently press upon your own devoted head.
is best known and appreciated, do n >t verv to avert a public calamity. The citizens of tor to our railroad interests; secondly, a joint personal spleen, malice, or hatred of any men
I eagerly follow its ail.iec. This fact mukis it [Jackson, whose will lie strove to thwart, will resolution of instruction, to the same effect, through the instrumentality of personal
ed by the unrelenting hand of the Tax As
attacks on Democrats through its Columns,
■essor; that the real value of the taxable
doubtful whether the people of Jackson/ !doubtless remember his exertions hereafter passed both houses ; thirdly, a bill taxing and then da-tard like claim ihrft it is done it»
! where tho Herald is not so well known, would and thank him for it appropriately.
Chinese was introduced, and passed the Sen 1 the interests of the Democratic party.”
property had been sadly overlooked in favor
of the tax ridden people ; that the good loyal .
be disposed to take its counsel. When it dies: Doubtl -ss the exertions of Arnold Winkel. ate ;*also, a bill appropriating $20.000, to I This assertion, as well as the first above
In this issue we republish the welcome
people ot Jackson county, through her dire I
not pa.-s current at.home, will it cnhiiiuu in rci •’ in defence of Switzerland ; of Leonidas build a wag'D road from this valley to the ’ made, we r-*gret to say, is vi dated by the
which the Portland lieraid extends to us,
lict assessing officer, had deliberately defraud- ,
value at a distance? We Par not. Au l far at Thermopyla*, and of Horatio Codes dwin neighborhood of G mse Like ; besides general following false innuendo:
upon our advent into the field of journalism.
ed the State, or rather the poor people of the:
tb.er, the opinion of high democratic auihori- dle into utter insignificance when compared road hill, vagrant act, act regulating ctic'os.! “As neither an ex-Kansas jay hawker, nor
It is so exceedingly kind that it would be dis-'
a discarded Republican local editcr, is
other counties of the State, in not contribut
yt, to wit : Mr. Beriuh Bro a 11, as cxore-se«l to his doughty actions in Jackson county, ures, bill to provide uniform system of eduea-j connected with the management of the T imes ;
courteous to pass it by without an aekrowl-
ing their dae share to the support of the I
in his paper, the Standard, makes us extrem'- during the last political campaign. They lion &c. Therefore the above is another i as it is not the organ of any Steam Naviga
: edgment. It seems that our respected cotem-
State government, for which he shrewdly
ly distrustful of the good ju ’ 1 ent and policy1 were tremendous no douot, and we shall ep- manifestation of the astounding cheek of our tion Company, or Riilroal Company, or
Banker, or banking Company; as it is
ascribes the politic idea of gaining popularity— I ! porary is somewhat excited and nervous in I of our respected cot-miMira y ; t-r Mr. Brown deavor to assist him in preventing the good I youthful friend.
and controlled by Democrats for tho
’ regard to certain “innuendoes” and “insinua
Our young tri -nd charges all the members
relieving the “county administration from the
says of the Herald:
people oi this county from forgetting them.
of th * Democratic party of Oregon,
unpopularity which a heavier taxation would tions,” which it claims to have discovered in
“As a party organ, or the speo al organ of It he had been elected, 11 • doubt a portion o' of the L«gi.-Lit lire indiscriminately with the party may rely upon its best efforts being
have thrown upon it.” Sage analyzer of hu [ the first issue of this paper, and our excel any cause, the paper is w.>rse than u-ele-s. the aforesaid public calamity would have enriching themselves. We have one of these devoted to the advancement of Democratic
man motives !—that the generous people of 1 lent Tricnd of the Herald seems to appropri for its tergiver.-ations nnd fillies Lave Io t to been averted ; but owing to the unaccountable 1 “ame individuals iu our min h's eve who I 81U'C<‘SS.”
lit the respect of ali pirties, even those who-e
We regret to «re such good professions f(T
Jackson county are to be, iu this way, denied ate to itself these innuendoes nnd insinuations ¡extreme radical views it aftreted to represent, (obtuseness of the people of this county nnd ( Wi,uld like some specific information on this
disregard 'd. If it will in the future
the privilege of rendering unto Caisar the i —by right of discovery we presume. As our [and such will be the fate of any party 1 rgnn Josephine they did not elect him, notwith-¡noim« ns he has not yet discovered where the adhere to them more strictly we will aid it
things that are Catsar’s ; aud that you are esteemed extemporary is the only paper in the | which attempts to lead the Democratic partv standing lhe vote of Goose E ike, nnd heiicej^fifn'hineut comes in ; and ifhe has accident |hv our good wi-hes nnd advice, so that hand
thus “lightening your own burdens,” and State which discovered and appropriated into new and untried experiments in the [calamity “goes.” Since reading iTift*xyoung I aliy enriched himself, he would like to be joined in hand we may figl t a common
i pol cy of the party.”
■buffling it ofi- od your sister counties. And ihese insinuations and intiend >es, nnd becomes
;friend’s disquisition on public ealainiV-s, we|iniormeJ at our young friend's earliest leitemv. L»»t this be d me.— tl rald
for what purpose is this intriguing Assessor exerci'ed about them, it would lead us very j Owing to our inveterate superstition, we are Lave discovered the reason why no sun\f'Ut (convenience, i.i order to avail hitns‘lf <»f the
making cats’ paws out of you for? Ah, he ! naturally to suppose that there were allusions eompellid. much against our will, to d’e'ine rain y has fallen during the winter. 1 .n >‘goods the G > Is have sent him,’for the bencfii
looks astutely through the millstone and di | inadvertently made to circumstances in the even the good wishes of our generous coteiu- drouth is a species of judgement sent u; ot>
certain friends who take great interest in
vines the oracle! It is to fortify in time I
the people because of their want of dts-i-ru the state of his finances, from the fact that
against that “unpopularity” that his just 1 for not to have public attention directed. Herald wishes well invariabl ■ withers, l'or ment, as regards the talents! of our you .2
. '.la v have certain litue claims on Lis purse.
Our voting friend win Is up with ths usual
taxatiou would throw upon our party admin - ■
friend. Indeed it has become a grav
istration. In the same sentenco besympa-! | made by our excellent cotemporary, can it be road well, and it has “gone glimmering;” it problem, in our mind, whether the French woful prophecy in regard to the defeat of the FflTHE IMPORTED 1>ER(HERON OR NOR-
1 man horse will be kept the coming «eason.
thizes fur the poor tax-payer’s burdens, and possible that it ever assailed any person by ■ wished the l’engra Railroad well, and that have any reason to regard the visit of the r 1* -m viatic party. In truth we blieve the c-anmencing
February 1st, at my farm, noir Ash
then deprecates that the assessing officer did
a« land, on the stage road, till April 1st. Fn-m and
Teutonic neighors as a public <-»a!u'.ui:y.
¡amity, when Sriitii.fi :.f:i-e retains this prophecy
not stick Lis fangs deep enough into the vitals 1 ! sinuation.” And as regards the second quota wished the $100,01*0 ta.lr al subscription ' compared with ours. . It is true ti e L 1 ’n nd. li | •’st inding matter ;’’ for we have seen it in after April 1st to July l«t—Tut-edays and Wednes
days— at tin- stable of Rv.uncs <t Wilson. Jackrun-
of the property holders of the county ; and tion from our article, will it l.e believed that well, and the amount is not jet raised. The have ruined
cities, devastat'd fields, mi l a , t‘i«- c >lum:n of that paper at intervals tor viile ; Fridays and Saturdays al iny furm.
then calls the people of the other counties 0! ; I the paper of the Democratic State Printer s.une strange fatality seems t > follow the good I country roughened with grates, to show-as ten years. It appears to give our neighbor The White Prince was imported from France t>v
the Da:by Plains Importing Company of Union
the State to witness that the people of Jack- ! ever “went 1 ack” on a principle enunciated wishes of the Herald that invariably ticcom ¡evidence of their supposed calamity, aud our gn at Consolation, while it d es no harm to • •iinty, Ohio, in July last. 1 purchased him in
a democratic platform, through the influ panics Gov. Wu>d s campaign speeches. young friend has n >t enlightened
Cadi us to w
eon county has partially saddled them with •in
wlail 1 he D.-m learatic 1 atty. As regularly as November, and al.ipped him, with one full blood
ind two three-quarter lduml Perchcron marcs, l<v
their own burdens. With this one-sided enec of co-.vnrdly time serving democrats, or The “Herald” never u ishez v.tl! to any pro \',u r juin j, v e.m> sts of, exactly ; ; but us wc -verv election comes, our neigltb >r b-emne* 1 rait
to Chico, Cal. lie is a light, dapple gray. 5
state of facts, be certainly convicts the peo- ’ ' the clamors of radical enemies? Or can wc ject that does no; fail, nnd the State the iiave the u.in ,>t confidence in a Lis
inspired w tii the 1 ; ft of pr tpltecy, and a- years old the coming Spring ; weighed when »liip-
pie of his adopted county of willful sponging believe fur a moment that the Herald, -thelGoverno.- c mvasscs for the R 1 Heal party, in ! diseovei ¡„^ Cft’ainities, we will take it for regul ulv as ti e elect lion pis<es his prophe | pe I in Ohio, l.tiso lbs . wi 1 u< igli at maturity in
'ood conditi >n. I.SOI ll.s.; has large, broad, fliet
upon their neighbors. Then follows the hefty ¡•>y and pride of the Democratic party of variably goes democratic. Consequently wel ran(t,j th.u a tfab(nlty p H l.efalien Jack ksou fit 8 come to limioat. We would not deprive l.iu'-s goo.l opposition, pleading countenance, fine
conclusion, that this Democratic administra I Oregon, the organ which holds in the hollow are superstitious on the subject of the g”odieouIltVt ,lIid h ,pe ;t U1UV be made _• plain to him of tin* harmless pleasure his prophecies i -tylc. good action, r.ii'l Ims never Lt<n bicd to uny
tion has ruthlessly took away tho people’s [of its newspaporial hand the destinies of the wishes of our cotemporary, and they aic al»o’,)Ur (JJ,USC v-)si(H| here.
But our youiq a Tord It tn for anything in ths world. Go in.
While in the East T,tinting for .1 horse to bring
|friehd proceeds .
to ties coast, 1 saw nineteen imported Percheron
privilege that is so dear to them, just for the “fieice democracie,”—ever waxed “red hot-’ “d ‘dined with thanks.”
’ noi-’hb >r, von <-cl fv us.
horses, and I ant satisfied The Wh tc Prince fir
We eoufe-a that we have deil ncd the kirdl ..T() lh(S end J|C
nJ;lss ,)f t;,„ j.^,^
sake of recruiting their shattered columns, in ike advocacy of principle, and then got
i loi'in. sir.i, style and action Mirpa.-ses fttn all.
I lu this selection I was assisted by Mr. Jus. Ful-
(in view of a trip up that same river be and ■icy cold on the sul j‘Ct during a political can offers of our cotemporary,—iib ut our deelin- ¡¡can ])i4rty in Jaeksm county, v.rdi.diy j
ation has been couched in t:s respectful terms united with a large number of Demo-rat-,
¡lin-m n, cx-Presidcnt Ohio State Agricultural ><—
his crew took last June). Does he, or any vass? Aud is it possible that anvone cou'd
. iety. sai l to <e as g. o.l a judge of this stock ns
body else, ever know of bis party being so for a moment suppose that the Herald treated
, any pcr»on iu the United Slates
lie was one < f
. 1 :
-i 1 lie
i . „ Conclud-
.. 1 1 1 to . them than their duty
- Io public
. , intires's.
tho “vital eighth” in this manner? Refer ■ Dg9 nnd immense ...
kindly disposed to its constituency ?
¡and who preferred to be ostrac.zed ....... tin 1 -onsllde remarks in his speech at Portland nt | the first importers, is familiar with tin ir endurance
i ty, rather than see* the public aiians of he railroad meeting, uhieli we puhli-h on u France, and their breeding qitaliiles in Ohio.
Well, to filter and simmer down this para ring to the third and fourth quotation, wc ing sentence of the artic.e iti question,
I In sc who have read in tbu Aoicricait Ayri-
' ■•«Zr>’r(’«r and other agricultural papers, know the
graph, plain English renders it a deliberate . would ask for information, if any person this be done,” taken in coiim C’.ion with the the c •tinty and State thrown into the h oi Is our outside :
rt.c 1 vs in t tbo
c including words of other articles
samei '’' '* :i c!
*qu) of st
and corrupt politicians.
‘ I know I f.mght B-'n. II J’ad >v n ditieallr. >»orlil-wide reputation ot the Percberon. 1 w<>uhl
slander upon the Assessor and people alike. could believe that tho 11 raid sought to dis-
h's e'T ‘rt t> re elect S-mator Williams, -<nd liere say, that well ii,formed lior-emcn who were
And to refute it, it is only necessary to refer ■ tract and divide the Democratic party by issue, “Let the committee a:t-*iidtotl lsim-
lcoit lion Fv electing our nv»n—t’o'o- .leipiainteil will) th:« .-lock, said The White Prince
,.(.liV(.v, d ; lMi--es8.-il >.f brilliant luleiits ; Lu: if there i s
was «■ promising a juung horse as they had ever
its author to the assessment rolls of 1870 ;
i n«I K'dlv—but 1 would a» soon Ben. H>J47»-
ui'To than another in which he <» <1 iv wan'd hti'.Ll a railroad a« a* vh »lv«4sc -een imported. To those who are not posted ns to
and there it stands io plain figures that the as
their hi-tory, the French writers »ay they have
. pceialiv excels, it is thr.t particular nmnifes P >lities is pol'tics. oi.d luisinrss is hn-oii<»«. been
kept as a distinct hr-cd fvi more than a century,
cessment of that year was one hundred
and “ex-Kansas jayhawker” or a discarded Re ¡pow»r, sounded so very autociaiic, that our
' tution of genius termed chock. Ifthib Suite ¡and poodle mar talk ah nit monopo’i-ts and and undoubtedly trace to tl.o Arabian, and have
sixty three thousand dollars in 1______ —
\gricultu:al Society will offer :i prominin for j cnp'talists. but n-b >dv tint monnnolista and sty.er .1 iniusi >ns of pure Arabian in the last cen
tury. It is that which gives them their endurance,
year previous. Aud, for a further showing uMj or has there ever been ? Is it the organ of the result of our disobediei.ee. No Roman
cheek, <ve will enter our young friend at the ,enpi'alists c-in bni'd railroad». People op- style, form and action.
¡n 'se thi< projiosirion hoonu»o the money roe< ••He has not such a fine skin as the Arab, nor
on the Sentinel's glaring surmises, we np
next State Fair; and certainly take the blue i to Ben. Holladay. Politically we fought him.
bis prettily rounded, oval, and small foot ; but
pend the rates that the real and personal
rilibon. The judges would only need :i peru but financial opposition to him is nonsense— wc must rctm inter the fact that he live« under a
property of our county was assessed at.
sal of the qu itation wc have made, and then I it is like cutting off vour nose to suite v<mr cold climate upon elevated plains, where nature
II oibcs tw« years old and up ward..$40 to $100 00 thing, and yet—and yet why is the Herald that smacked more of the “b.v.ue rgiit”
I face. I know of land nnon tho oast side of the gives him for a covering a thicker skin and a.
20 00 the only paper in the State which gets nerv than does the mandates of our Imperial they would pass over the ribbon without I river which before the railroad was built was wanner coat, and that he has been for years step
Cattle over three years old...............
15 00 ous when these things are alluded to ? Wbiu ; brother in Portland on W.illam«tt. Our liar- further parley.
two years “ ...............
upon moist, claVey «oil.”
[not worth five do'lnrs an aero, lmt which is ping
10 00 I
TliKMS $35 in U. S. gold coin, the «ea»on.
: now worth from S40 to
nornce, l’oople Good pasturage, with good fence, near here, at 50
Ilogs over fuur months old.............
3 50 makes our excellent cotemporary so sensitive ? asse 1 iinng nation conjured up the terrible
$1 00 Can it indeed be possible that our esteemed I effect of our c'temp irnrics’wra*hj until “the of less moment to them than their duty to [traveling unon that railroad see those thing«, cts. per week. Everybody is invited to oomc and
Reul estate at the same rate it has been brother of the Herald has discovered a shoe— jh iir stood on end like th«
1» of the fret-
fret-1 ! P**DIic interests,
is good, decidedly good. ¡and remark flint land» upon the West Sid»' see my stock and judge fur themselves.
W. C. MYER.
lo not amount to nnvthing. Hence I snv if
. ----- -..»» a|)d we (rcnd,|y.| jn onr cd;.Jand undoubtedly caused more than one audi-
held at for the past three years, And it is a yes, a whole case of shoes in the quotations !r.i
Ashland Mil's, Ogn.. January 25th. 1871.
ITolladav has a mind to step in nnd bv bi«
fact, the dullest observer is conversant with, referred to, t whieh
fit his shapely
ncxt; ble smile in the Republican as well as Demo | improvement« of the countrv rn’«e mv land
, lest we should see in
that there has been no advance in this class foot? Wc fervently hope not. And yet, il ¡ , “Herald” un imperial uk».»o issued from iticjcratic ranks, when those unselfish ami jatri- from $•’> or $10 an aero tn $30, $|0 or $50, 11
Whrrra», under the Act of the Legislative As
ot property within that time ; and the people our beloved brother is earnestly looking for .»„<5 Jceofthe Daily and Weekly Herald, T. i “f'C gentlemen wore Called to mindv We (would be a fool not to support h’m. If he sembly of the State of Oregon, entitled “An Act
¡doos not conflict with mv views I slvmld be to protect litigants,” npproved October 24, 1870.
well know that if their property, real and »hoes of this kind, and finds any to bis taste Patterson & Co., Publishers,” sendin,F thej**'’n”^ that to these gentlemen paity allegi narrow and contracted to oppose him.”
the proprietor of the Euyene City Guard has bee»
personal, was placed in market it would seri in the said quotations, he has our cordial per poor T imes “where the woodbine twiwth,”;:uice was of less moment than public intercs's-. [ Thi« is the opinion held by the trne nnd designated to publish tho legal and judicial adver
tisements for the County of Lane ; the proprietor
ously puszlo them to realize the rates of the mission to wear them.
and banishing from the Democia'ie party but their ideas of public interests were quite sensible friends of the best interest of Ore of
the Plaindealtr, for the counties of Coos, Cur
above assessment. And we believe that this
Our metropolitan co*emporary is graciously every mother’s son connected with this office, peculiar indeed, and consisted in tho belief that gon. The attempt to array a political party ry, Josephine, and the proprietors of the D kmq -
is the only county in the State that has com pleased to patronize its country cousin, and pat .» from the trembling publishers clear down to they could administer the offices of this county ¡against an individual in business matters, j cnATtc T imes , for the county of Jackson : and
Whereat, the said several proprietors of said
plied strictly with the revenue laws on its us on the head in a benignant, be n-good boy our terror stricken devil. 'The cons ant le'ror to better advantage, first, for themselves and especially enterprises of as much pith nnd newspapers
have filed with the County Clerk of
grain and bay crops.
kind of-fashion, w hich tickles us clear down of the wrath to come which pervades the second.y, for the county, than any one else ; moment as railroads, is played out. The said several counties, written stipulations, accept
Now. these are stubborn facts that stand out to our boots. Wc are graciously informed, T imes office, makes us an object of coinmiser and ns the Democratic party had dispensed .Democratic party can ard will fight Ben. ing the conditions of said net, together with
bonds approved as said law directs, with proper
in black and white, which the imaginative au as a signal mark of favor, that if we behave t.tion with the whole Community, and gives with their services by refusing to give them Holladay's political projects to the bitter end : returns and notices thereof to this office according
thor can see 00 the records at the Clerk’s of ourself, we shall be “welcomed to the field of us.hopa thut when the blow falls our remains nominations, they formed a coalition with ihut his railroad enterprises are another nnd to law :
Now, therefore, said several newspapers ar»
fice ; and if the people have not paid their journalism with open palm,” and that the will receive a decent burinl.
their radical enemies which has no parallel different matter, nnd we shall not follow the he.ehy proclaimed to l>e appointed an <4 cenfirmed
“Jos* and honest” proportion to support the “cord al support of the democracy of JacksorR
for corruption, in the history o( this county. ]pnd ()p Rny papCr which aims to make his as the medium through which all judioial and legal
advertisements, for said several counties respect
A Modern Tharisee.
State government, they, one and all, and the county” will be bespoke in our behalf. This
These renegades from the democratic pa* fJ’; hnsiness a political matter, not out regard of fully, shall be published for the period authorized
criminator with them, took a fair and square unlocked for kindness quite overwhelms us;
actually dictated who should, and who should j t;)0 interest of the State, but to gratify pri- by »aM law.
Done at the city of Salem, this 21st day of
“We charged these same men in tliE cam-
■wear at his individual liability as to the we have no language at our command ade
r-aign last spring, with bcl mging to a selfish not be upon the radical ticket. Although vate hatred. The State of Oregon should January, A. D. 1871.
property they may have listed. Thus we, us. quate to express our profound sense of the
L F. GROVER, Governor.
and unprincipled clique, which had no re they were animated, says our patriotic friend, not suffer in its greatest inteicsts, inorder
him, and all, have gone and doue it. And obligation intended to be conferred. Nover- gard for the public welfare, and wlio«e m >m hv their duty to public’ interests, they de- (hat the vindictive, personal malic of individ
why make the poor Assessor a scape goat for tlieless, much as it pains us, a due sense of hers wi re bent only on self enrichment and nianded a reconstruction of tho radical ticket.I()nls should be gratified. It his already suf- Notice to Holders of County Orders«.
the importance of the first law of nature, self-aggrandizement. Wo did all that was and a consequent disintegration of the rudica^ |rrcd from this cause, nnd the people of Port
others and his sins ?
in our power t<> do, to defeat them, and to
State of Orryon,
In bis closing paragraph be breaks out in which ia said to be self-preservation, compels avert what we believed would prove a public party, ns the price of their support.
iimd can testify how much ; and the sooner
clear imputations upon our people, as be us to decline our cotempornry’s kind offices. calamity.”— Sentinel
County of Jactnon. J
The radicals nominatud a full ticket ; but such wise words as Ben. Hayden’s are heed
We are inclined to the opinion, most decided
-■JERSONS HOLDING THE FOLLOWING
No doubt the exertions of our young in the opinion of these patriotic democrats od and acted upon the better.
County Orders arc hereby notified to present
“And we are decidedly opposed to having ly, that the democracy of Jacks >n do not friend—as Dr. Blimber would say—were of the public interests required the sacrifice of
T he F ranco P russian W ar .—The news the sains fur payment :
the character of the people of this county for attach any special value to the recommenda- j a stupendous character indeed, if one could
Kahler, the Radical candidate for Senator ;
No. 270. 292. 330, 354, 3fiS. 35, 33«, 352. 3U,
houesty and justice compromised, in order __ -r
thus far indicates that the French are retreat 217, 55, 340, 332, 307, • •>**
- _______ quite, only
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vt ‘ 40»,
that our county managers may acquire repu
inc at all points. The devoted city of Paris 401. tufi, 419, 423. 428, 435, 34Ä, 4T2, 474. 543.
tations for economical and skillful manage the reverse. The democracy aforesaid have a which be distinguished himself, If our re sioner, Dunn, Sheriff, nnd Karcwski, Treas
iv. <!••<« -»ot, 319, 502, 178, 348, 48,
ment of our county interests which they have distinct recollection of certain recommenda collection serves us, our young friend was a urer. This latter gentleman, however, would i, being bombarded jonntnully withW
-i.i.v, ; ai«* • -86, 358, 480, 544, 50S, 418, 342, 414,
539, 45». 448, 429, 427, 421, 431, 347,
meager success. * The
“ Parisians are hopeful 415
tions made to the Legislature in regard to a candidate himself for the office of District not stand the trade. The places vacated by monger
497» 2S. 556, 310, 413, 558, 559, 56« (
Well, now if there is not some strong out democratic caucus resolution, and since that
jva, pj-, M1
jui, ; 434> 3I5( 351> 45, 2U, 591,5M, 575
Attorney, and was supposed to be gifted with those named, with the exception of Kiirewski. and determmed to fight R out to> the
It is conceded that starvation a'™« 5S9. 574, 493, 709, 458, 492, 494. 4»».
eroppings of skepticism in the mind of the time the recommendations of the Herald in great talent as a public speaker. Ilia elo
were fillod by the patriotic democrats afore
can conquer the heroic citv. Provisions are N<> inter«-1 will be allowed on the above order« af-
self-implicated author of the above, as to a this part of the country arc about a3 valuable
quence was expected to be used in defence of said. The whole county knows that these
. Horse flesh enough for thirty tcr tUis dote’
conscience compromise of our honest tax as a continental shin plaster, or a last year’s
J0I1N NEUBER, Treasurer,
i the principles of his party, and an invitation men, whom our young friend evlogizes ns so getting scarce.
Jackion county, Oregen
payers« then squints and bints have no mean bird nest. It may have beeu the ca-e here was tendered h in in common with other pmiiuiiv, Bupporicu me rnuiciit licker, noijdayS. The
patriotic, supported the radical ticket, not
Jacksonville, January *8th, 18*1«
ing. And here good neighbor, for fear there tofore (although wc confess we were not Radical candidates to meet his Democratic out of any patriotic impulse or motive of’c^ssiul sorties within tho last few days.
THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES
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