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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES,
Published Every Saturday Mornlug
BY J. N. T. MILLER & CO.,
Publishers and Proprietors.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBIU ARY 4,1871. NO. 5.
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Prof. 0. S Fowler's Lecture on Love, a post-mortem examina’ion be made, and that i
Courtship, Selections and Marriage. post-mortem showed that there had been no
Oregon in Congress.
Every variety of Job Work executed with neat
ness and dispatch, at reasonable rates.
JSÌÌ**LEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
The Laboring Man
actual sundering of the heart. I tell you that
In the Senate proceedings of Jan. Sth we
On our homeward way at noon and even*
[From the Louisville Courier.]
broken hearts are not entirely figurative ; but find the following ;
ing wo frequently see a mechanic or laborer,
Yt’eisiger Hall was filled almost entirely if they were, you should not trifle with the I Mr. Corbett presented a memorial of the with the marks of toil upon his person or
last night with an audience of fair ladies and affections of any one, and thus do them a ’ Legislative Assembly of the State of Oregon, garments, walking with manly tread toward
gallant men, whose faces were lighted up in wrong which can never be remedied. But asking a change of boundary to conform to the little spot where nre sheltered the loved
County OJi-rr*— Judge. T. II. B. Shipley;
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippci ;
eager anticipation of what Prof. Fowler had you say, Professor, I cannot be decently po the Constitution of the State ; which was ones. The poor exquisite, whose dainty noso
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Fou lray ; Treasurer, John
to say of love, courtship, and marriage. The lite to the ladies without being involved in a read to the Committee on Judiciary.
Lums up, nnd who would faint outright were
Neuber ; Assessor, David Redputh ; County Com
He also presented a memorial oi the Leg-1 hi* velvet paw to feel the pressure of one of
missioner*. Johu S. llerrin, Thomas Wright ;
School Superintendent, Wm. M. Turner ; Survey
to give more than a brief abstract of it. After under twenty-one ever gave her love unsolic islatiic Assembly of Oregon, asking for the!these stalwnrt heroes of the world’« work-
or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner, L. Gaining.
referring to the subject of love, at some ited ; and here I will tell you a story. A establislmient of certain post roads in South I shop, could not think love an inmate of a
Jartatiirilir l’,Tciurf.— Justice of the Peace,
length, and its various influence?, he came young lftbsier once said to a Housiorcs«. ern Oregon and a portion of California; | poor man’s cottage. But should he see, as
James It. Wade ; Constable, N. Stephenson.
to the consideration of the selecti on of con ‘‘Sal, is there anybody courtin’ y<>u now ?" < which was re'erred to the Committee on Post we do every day, croups of bright faced
.—Trustees, A. II. Martin,
¡children, their countenance? radiant with joy,
meaning thereby to inq iire whether or not Olfiics and Post Roads.
jugal Companions, and said, in substance:
James Wilson. N. Fis ier ; President of thej
Board. David l.inn : Rcoorler, U. S. Hayden ;
The true basis of Live and selection is similar his addresses were acceptable. And Sal re
He als.* presented a joint resolution of the rush out on the sidewalk and run with dis-
Treasurer, Henry Pape ; Marshal, G. Seaman.
ity. Nature must keep her genera apart. plied, “Weil. Sim, there is , iu fellow sorter Legislative Assembly of Oregon, asking a tended arms to welcome papa, he would
It the lion and the lamb were to amalgamate, courtin’ and sorter not ; but I reckon it is s.ibs.dy of land f,r a railroad from Corvallis change his opinion. A child's love is the
/‘■o<uO/ OjKctr».— Judge, J. B. Silers ; Sheriff,
their species would be spoiled. You never more sorter not than sorter”—as much <qs to to aquaia Bay, O egon ; which was read hi crown of the good man's life, and he whose
Daniel 1 Green ; Clerk. Charles Hughe/ ; Asscs- I
,children are ever waiting to give a welcome
knew much happiness to exist between a say. come on'if you like. Lit me advise von the Committee on Public Lands.
Foley; ; Treasurer, Win. Naucke ;
»ur, R. E.
I'umiuissioners, Thomas G. Patterson, 11. Wood
kiss, cannot be wholly bad. Though we may
white man and an Indian squaw, because
«ock : School Superintendent, R. R. Middle*-
their tastes are so different. The savage Whatever is worth doing at all is worth do legislative Assembly cf Oregon, desiring thei be placed in the most huinblo circumstances—
mat) should nurrv the savage woman, the ¡ng well. Again, if you hive to marry the O.egon Branch Pacific Railroad, of Jackson tho’ there cannot ba found one in the circle
—Circuit Court. First Monday
in April aad Fourth Monday in October. Countv
Turk should marry a Turk, the Christian, a whole family in order to get your sweetheart, vil'e, Oregon, to be designated as the ccm of our friends nnd acquaintances who is brave
Court. First Monday in January, April, July and
Christian. Ac. Not only so. but the same let me tell you that the old folks will inter pany to receive all subsidy and donations of enough to defend our good name from tho
kind of Christian, the B iptist the B iptist, fere, and I advise you to op?n the d > >rs and I mils t> .aid iii the construction of a railrord venom of the slanderer—yet so long as the
the Camphellite a Campbeilite, and the Know windows an l tell them tint their room is bet Iruin or near the Lig Bend of the Humboldt good woman of the house and her little child
ter than their c imp iny. By all means stick river, on the Central Paeiuc Railroad, to a ¡extend to us a loving welcome, we need Dot
Nothing a Know Nothing. |Linghter.]
DU j IIIC j S Cül'ùs
I appeal to you to know if, when you love, to your wife. If, as is often the cas*, there point on the Oregon and California Railroad, I despair.
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you d<> n >t love so.ne one in sympathy with is a sister, who is jealous of the attentions in the R >guc River \ alley, and in favor of
D at . —What a ble sed day is
you ? There are, of course, some exceptions. which are given to the wife,' instead of the
You sometimes see a long, lean, lank Mr. sister, an 1 she interferes by p utting out what Eugene City. Orogbn ; which was referred to i Sunday to the weary man who necessarily
catches but brief glimpses of home during
j ackson vi lei : lodgi :
Stork married to a heavy, plump Mrs. Par she considers n fault, and says your wife is the Committee on Public Lands.
Mr. Corbett reported from the Committee the tolling week ; who is off in the morning
tridge. Then you find the heavy, coarse not such a pink of perfection after all, that
OLDS ITS REGULAR MEETINGS on
Commerce, the bill to incorporate the while little ey< s arc still closed in slumber,
grain 'd elephant married to the fine, nervous sister deserves pitching out of a second story
every Saturday evening at the Odd Fellow-
Steam Navigation Company.
lhe nor back at night till they are again sealed
llall. Brothers in good .Standing are invited t
and susceptible angel. This is well, because! window, head first.
JAME< BUCKLEY, X. <1.
bid provides for no subsidy, but simply for ],y «Jeep ! What would lie know of the very
her over vitality is exhausted by his powerful I
THOS. PAULSON. It. Sec y.
the orgatrz.dion of the company.
!children for win m he toil«, were it not for
California St., (L’p Stairs.) over Reames ! animal nature, and their offspring is better
I the blessed breathing respite of Sunday?
II. Ki irrui
A. WUsou's Livery Stable,
A Southern exchange gives this ns tlrf first rials in the II ouse :
II. V. H ei ms , )
consideration, for no sin is so great as that I
What honest working-man’s child will ever
sermon of a new minister in a village in that
Regular Ro’>ekah Degree meeting, la«t Monday
this dav, when, clean and r.cat, it is
night of each month, at "J o’clock p. tn.
section. He begin ap ilogctically as foil >ws : ruary 14. 1859, i
which took away from Ore ¡his privilege to climb papa's knee, ar.d hang
May 1-t. IS>>9.
an ill advise! marriage. Wherein you are
Y >u don't see me to-lay in the d 'ess I
the bend of the Columbia I about his neck nnd tell him all the news
a medium in any respect you may marry a
C. W. KAIILEK,
alters wear, 1 coinc among y in as a stranger and Suake rivers, above \\ alia alia, and tie which goes to
make up his narrow little
medium, but wherein you are extreme in any I
and am now tricked out in mv store cl ithe«.
did we say ? We recall
Attorney aid CoiiiisvIlor-at-Laiv,
I am not a proud man, b it 1 thought it wool 1
out into the bound-
If your hair is a bright red, marrv ¡
J ACKSON VILLE, OREGON.
Snake rivers the line between Wasl ingtqp less ocean of eternity. Sunday fur the work-
a black haired womao. If it is a medium. |
After this iie raised a hymn in which the and Idaho.
I ing man's children I So would we have it—
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and JACKSONVILLE,
OREGON vou may marry a shade darker, but if your congregation joined. II • then began his ser
Fur an appropriation to improve the navi a day hallowed by sweet, pure,' home influ
other Courts of this State.
hair curls, don’t marry a lady who l.as curls
m hi :
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
of Willamette river from the Clacka ences ; when the little Land, quite complete,
unless they can be easily taken off". [Liugh-’
Jncol».—opjw'ite Court H‘ iise square.
My dear brethren anl sisters, first and mas Rip id? to Eugene Citv.
shall write it down the blessed day of all the
ter | I think I have nude this so plain who
Gircmost I'm gwine to tell you the affe -tin’
Dll. GEO. B. TOLJIAX,
is. and who i« not adapted to you, an l this is ; p ii'tin’ I had with my congregiti <n at B.'thel
(late Surgeon U. S. Army,)
the most import nt problem of your life.
Chapel. Alter I had got through with mv
The Christian's future—how bright it is !
Mtn are nlw.ivs the p lorest judges of them-! farewell semi >n and e >me d iwn otien th' ¡mb ninity school lands, located under the Act
Physician, Surgeon, ani Accoucheur,
Lends its rainbow all over it. Joy
selves. The conceited nun i« the last to find pnlpit, the old gray-hca 1‘1 b.-othrea and «is • f .January 7, 1853.
Tir ILL PRACTICE IX JACKSOX AND
l or the <s.abii-hmcnt of post roads and shimmers through all its air. Love perfumes
y y niljac -at counties. un 1 attend promptly to
I out LiJ conceit, and the humble man the last ter- wh> listenel to mv vo.ee t.v*n;v ye>r-,
all calls on pro es-i >n il binine»'.
mail service from A-hianl. Oregon, to Like jail its breezes. Peace sheds its balm every
aving a large and well select to find out bis humility.
ed assortine nt of
OFFICE VXD RES! DENI E.
City, California, a distance of 233 miles; where. There is his inalienable inheritance
‘•Oh. wn4 some pow> r tlic giftio gie us
anl tearful eyes, sail—Farewell bother
on 4th street, opj site the M. E. Church, J:ick-
To sec ourscl’*»? ithers see us.”
ami from Yreka, C tlifornia, to Fort Klamath, —his patrimonial estate, willed to him by
«onv ills. Oregon.
the great Father. There is his Savior, his
I’lm n lo. y teaches this : there is nothing
Oregon, 193 miles.
Jun. Sri». l>,0.
I m ire valtub'.c I inn a kn >wle Ige of on • sscll.1
For an apprpropriatiou of :?4)0,000 in friend?, liis companions. Heaven, with all
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
lulus, trickel out in their fi icry, brass jew-
To you, voung man, I would say, aseerta i)
money, or so much as may be necessary, to ' its grandeur and bliss, is there. The church
whether or not your laly love can m ike goon
eonstru t a canal an 1 locks around the fulls of I of the redeemed is there. _______
glorious, for the toil and sorrows of life are
bread, f ir if she can't y> u will have to cat a j
the Wi.lanielte, at Oregon City.
Opposite i ¡ic Old
great deal ol dough ; and if so, it will be Ip no
F r an appropriation of <75,000 to make» there. Home is there. The future is full of
matter, for it will only be dough heads eating
the I’mpqui river navigable from Scottsburg gran I blessings, and delightful surprises,
A jika n -» as L ivery S tari e .
j an l glorious discoveries for the Christian.
I dough. [Luighter.| The plain facts is that
t > R seburg.
! bread has to be baked, ami you can draw
Asking that the time for selecting ten sec ! Death opens the gate to this magnificence of
your inference. Then, again, sec to it that
tions of land ami salt spring«, with six sec glory. “Oh, death, where is thy sting?”
E. II. GREEN.UAN,
your lady love is healthy. There are two! coat-a ' striped Z.'bra pants—they, too, ti »ns, to be applied to the erection of State
k’iiysioian. «<? Surgooii,
“No nun liveth unto himself.”—The roso
causes of female weaknesses of 11 day. First, said — Farewell, brother Crawford !
buildings, which lands should have been se
OFFICE—At th« U. ». IIOTI'.I.. on Califor
the air; the wind rocks the flowers ;
fashionable habits ; and here I would say, I
lected by the G ivernor within one year after
nia Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
the rain-drops swell the river , the dew drops
girls, be healthy first, and then just as fash lifted up their tiny hands an 1 small
;frd~Will practiee in Jackson ami adjaeenteouu-
the admission of the State into the Union, be
the grass ;• the sun warms and cheers
ies, ar.d atteud proniptly t» prò essional calls.
ionable ns you please. Another is female
extended to 1872.
the millions of creatures that live in bislight,
boarding schools. They take our diughters Crawford !
DK. A. B. OVEBBECK
Asking a grant of alternate sections of land
We are prepared to do all kinds of
The colored brethren of the cong Cgation
every man puts forth some kind of influ
and pack them between brick and mortar
to the extent ol three miles in width on each
It’ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR- I
now ca ne forward (black sheep who had
ence. If he is evil, he exerts an evil influ
ff GERY, and will attend promptly to all calls
walls, and tell them they must n t romp
side of the road, to aid in the construction of
an professional business, llis office and residence
ence. If he is good, lie does good. What a
around or take exereis’, because it is not
a military road from S tag Harbor, on Smith’s
responsibility is lodged in the hands of every
The Overbeck Hospital,
lady-like, and many of them are literally with tears r.inning down their cheeks, they, river, in Douglas county, to Siuslaw Valley,
man ! Why does not every man let the spir-
On Oregon Street, Jacksonville. Oregon.
educated to death. Tho great want of Amer i too, said—Farewell, brother Crawford !
it of the Lord work through him to accom
A« I got on my horse and bide a tieu to
X). D. REA.
ican society is robust, healthy mothers, and
Asking a grant of lar. 1 to aid inthecon-l
JANE* D. FAY.
plish good? Seeing that men cannot help
FAY & BE1
the longer you live the truer you will find ! | mv congregation forever, I tu ned to take a struelion of a railroad from the Central Pa
influencing others, why do they not endeavor
this remark. The first element of a husband last lo>k at the church where I had preached cific, at Promontory, along the Iludnutt sur
Attorneys and Cotmseliors-al.Law,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
I to influence them to be and do good ? Alas !
is manliness. With them you have ail ; ' for more than twenty years, and as 1 gaz d at vev, to the Columbia river, connecting with 1
OFFICE—In Court Honse, up stairs.
for the evil that is in men.
without them, you have nothing. Young its dilapidated walls and moss c >vered roof, it the Northern Pacific Railroad.
Will practice in the Supreme anl other Court*
ladies, you may take it as a lixel fact that if seemed to say—Farewell, brother Crawford I
A-king that the Oregon Branch of the I’a
of this State.
Look at the m >drst lilly ! What ¡3 it but a
As I role through the village, the peoj !<•
your beau is capable oi mistreating his wash
Railroad Company of Jacksonville, in-1
who poked their heads out of the window-,
beautiful thought ? Look at the mountain !
Particular attention paid to the collection
erwoman, he will treat you the same way.
and the servants who le mt on their broom?, eop iratcl Aug. 25th, 1870, bo designated as) What is that but an expression of thought?
of Claims against the Federal and State Govern
In courtship, the first great error of young all si emed t > say—Farewell, brother Craw the Company which shall receive tiny and all I
ments, the Entry of Land* under the Pre-emption
I Look nt the sea ! Is it anything else than a
is that they court by the quarter. They lord !
and Hum jsteiiil Laws, and to the Entry o: Mineral
donations, subsidies or land grants, made by
1 great thought ? Look at the stars! What
As I passed down the highway, through
Lode* under the recent Act oi Congress.
bve here a little and there a little, whereas
the f 'rest, the wind, a« it s gliel and wh st led | Congress in a d of the construction of a line are they but sparkles of thought? And
the first 1 iw of true love is permanency. A through the tree top?, playing on the leaves ' of railroad from the Central Pacific Railroad,
» man mav l ive his wife ever so much, but if he and branches the burden of salvation, it at or near the North Bend of the Humboldt, whose thoughts arc these? Whose mind
dalliis with other women it will kill this love ' seemed to say—Farewell, brother Craw to a point on the Oregon and California conceived them ! Whose hand wrote them
¡down for mon? God! Every day, every
for the wife, or her love will kill the other ; it
CiOssTng a little creek that was singing
¡hcur, men walk upon and among the express
is impossible for a man to love two women at ¡and gurgling ever its pebbly bod, as it ic -
S. J. M. 4, asking that the Siletz nnd
the same time. Now when you whispered joiced on its way to the great ocean of eternity, Grand R >nde Indian Reservations be opened ed, the realized thoughts of God. Yet bow
OSEPH WETTERER HAS NOW ON HAND
I little men think of God.
and is constantly manufacturing the best Larg
love to your sweetheart, was it not an exelu it seemed to say—Farewell, brother Craw to settlement north of the Grand Ronde
er Beer in Southern Ore.on, which he will sell in
i A Dutchman once met an Irishman on a
quantities to suit purchaser». Call and test the
sive love? Suppose a lover says, Kate I love ford !
As I rode down a hot, dusty lane an old
you for this, that, or tho other, but I love sow that was asleep in a fence corner, jumped
Asking a land grant to construct a wag.ot lonely highway ; ns they met each smiled,
Jacksonville June 5th. 1S69-________________ CARDS,
Lott« for something else ; what does Kate out of a sudden with a loud broo io, broo to, road from Winnemucca, on the Pacific Rail thinking he knew the other. Pat, on seeing
say ? Why, she tells him, “Away with such she too, scorned to say—Farewell, brother road, to the town of Pendleton, Umatilla ¡h's mistake, remarked with a look of disap-
love; I don’t want it.” Be careful when Crawford !
county, by way of Paradise, Camp McDer ; pointment:
“Faith, an’ I thought it was you an’ yen
you begin to love, and unless marriage is under me ; and ns he curled his tail over his mott, Baker City, and La Grande.
it was me, an’ its nather of us.”
your object, do not continue it. Young man, back—kicked up his heels and ran off; lie
Asking a land grant for a railroad from
j The Dutchman replied ;
don’t dare to call out the affections of a young too, seemed to say—Farewell, brother Craw Corvallis to Yaquina Bay.
“Yaw, dat is dru ; I am annndher man
Declaring that the Fifteenth Amendment
lady unless you can make her your wife.
aving located in J acksonville ,
ish not vourse!; wo pe both some
Her love is her life, and you have no busi
A Massachusetts paper tells of a wench of the Constitution of the United States is
inform« the citlxens of this place and vicinity
that he is new prepared to take order* for all kind*
ness with it, unless she is your prospective who had been lately converted, but was so an infringement upon the popular right.«, and Joder pod.'cs !”
of gewts’ and boy's clothing at reasonable price*.
wife. It is a dangerous thing to trifle with unfortunate as to fly into a passion over the a direct falsification of the pledges made to
How to T reat a B erning C himnxy —
a girl’s affections, and there is not so much misdoings of one of her neighbors’ young the State of Oregon by the Federal Govern I S alt for E xtinguishing F ire .—If it is de
C leaning and R epairing done.
Her mistress remarked upon the ment, and resolving that it be rejected.
fiction about broken hearts as you may irnag sters.
. Jiriy 2d. 1870.
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sired to extinguish tho fire in a chimney
impropriety of such conduct in the case of
ine. A lady,-Mrs. Ayers, had two pigeons one about to join the church, and received
A Bic S nake . — An Indian came to a ccr which has been lighted by a fire io a fire
which she kept in one cage with only bars this frank response; “I have ’sperieneed
tain agent to procure some whisky for a place, shut all the doore of the apartment so
between them, and when one of them was religion, an I’se gwine to joiu the church, young warrior who had been bitten by a rat as to prevent any current of air up the chim-
taken away the other flew about in prison in but Miss B. I'll scald dat nigger Curst.”
tlesnake. At first the agent did not credit, ney^ throw a few handsful of common fine
great distress, and finally fell down dead, and
At a recent examination at one of the the story, but the earnestness of the case! salt upon the fire, which will immediately
a subsequent examination showed that its schools in Washington, the question was put overcame his scruples. He asked the Indian (extinguish the same. The philosophy of this
heart was actually burst in twain. So of a to n class of small boys: “Why is the Con “how much he wanted?” “Four quarts,”j¡«, that in the process of burning the salt,
hoice liquors and cigars con -
young lady who was disappointed in love. necticut river so called?” when a bright little repeated the agent, with much surprise ; “as i ««uratic acid gas is evolved which is a prompt
stantly on hand.
to be done in the community, on
Shu refused to marry, and lived a life of de fellow put up his hand. “Do you know. much r.athal?” “Yes,” replied the Indian, extinguisher of fire.
very reasonable terms.
.Tames?” “Ye«, ma’am; because it connect«
votion to her first love, though she was years Vermont and New Hampshire, and cuts I frowning as savagely ns though about to wage
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You who want Job Printing done, give in recovering from the shock of her disap
a war of extermination on the whole snake People who are behind the times should la
12 1-2 Cents.
us t call, and we will satisfy you both in styleand
1 tribe, “Four quarts— snake very biy.
fed on “ketchup.”
pointment. At her death she requested that reply.
July ITtb, 1869.
F irst J udicial D istrict .— Circuit Judge, P.
P. Prim : Prosecuting Attorney, II. K. Hann».
Jifkmn County— Circuit Court, Second Monday
in February and November. County Court, first
Mon lay in eauh month.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
NEW & FANCY TYPE,