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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
I Circuit Court, February Term. 1871, Hon.
P. 1’. Prim, Judge of the Circuit Court
for the First Judicial District, presid
The House Judiciary committee has made
Woman Suffrage Tabled
Outrages iu South Carolina.
[Correspondent of the New York World.]
THE WHITE PRINCE.
he imported percueron or nor -
l’l>e troubles in the up country »re to be
its report adversely to woman's tuffrage.
man horse will be kept the coming «ca«on,
lion. B. Bonham has instituted suit against ascribed to the unprincipled and malignant
! This first effort
¡commencing February 1st, at my fam, near
li. I>. FOUDHAY,...
The following persons were drawn nnd em- Hon. R. P. Boise, for the purpose of con:esi- Radical leadert and the negro militia. In land, tm the stage road, till April 1st. From*and
before the Council of the Nation urging u
after April 1st to July 1st—Tuesdays und Wednes
pannelled as a Grand Jury : JohpW. Baker,
tug the legality of the elect tm of the latter to L uion, Laurens, nnd adjacent gounties, it is days—ut tbe «table of Hearne« A Wjl»OD./Jackson
recognition of their political rights, was
Micheál Hanley, Patrick J. Dunn, M. II.
patent to any impartial observer that this is ville ; Friday« and Saturday« at my farm.
the Judgeship of the 31 Judicial District,
rather a marked era in our fast age. And it
Coleman, Johnathan J. Smith, John Can
the case. Passing through that section not
seems that our progressive Statesmen have
John Starbuck, was arrested and examined!
trell, and M. R. Fletcher. The Grand Jury
since, Saturday night found me in the
paused here, and have nipped this Sensation
found one indictment against Sis Brown for before Squire R'ggs, of South Salem, on neighborhood of n large country church
in the bud, aud the rebuke of this moveaieut
Was imported from France by the Darby P.ains
concealing tbe death of an infant. Charles charge of assault with intent to commit a
Anjther of Oregon's repudiated scions has of sexual » quality, will rather citill the femi Seylorth and Nicholas A. Y»mng were dr? rape, the Complaint coming from his daughter, which I attended the next day with the fam Importing Company of Union county, Ohio, iu
ily of mine host, It was a tranquil, beauti- I July last. I purchased him in November, and
“struck ile.” A fine Oregon made saddle is nine political heart and lush them into such charged from further attendance as jurors at a girl of about seventeen years of age.
shipped him, with
iul Sabbath, and the congregation was a large
presented to the Great Gift Manager; then a fury, that one might well pity the poor
this term of Court.
We took a look at the woolen mills yester and well-dresstd assemblage ot the white One Full Blood »nd two three-fuarter
as certain as a bear's advent to a ripe huckle husuands of these she loan bond advocates,
CRIMINAL D CKF.T.
day and found them running at full capacity population. The preacher was in the midst blood Percheron maree,
berry patch, rolls out a political prize. Our aud consider the happy wretch in a bettei j The following criminal cau-es were u.s
during the day. Mr. 11 yi sh >wed us Samples of Ki? decidedly able discourse, when a c un-
retiring radical Senator, in the extreme kind conditiou were he at once, where the strong) posed of:
of the new styles of cusimeres now be’tni; j motion was heard outside the church, and. by rah to Chico, Cal. He is a
years old the coining Spring;
ness of his heart, presented President Grant minded relict thusly communicated with thei State vs. Archibald Chrisman. Assault
manufactured, wInch area? tasteful in pattern although the people d.d not leave the build ped in Ohio, 1,680 lb«., at at maturity, nr good
with a saddle. Ills Excellency thereupon a few I beo pecked deceased husband's spirit through t with a d.ingeri.us weapon—continued, and
as any goods brought to llii« muiket, and vert ing, the service was effictually interrupted condition, will
days afterwards hands him the appointment I spiritualism iu the ghost iuud :
alias bench warrant ordered to ¡»Sue. Hau superior in quality. The mills are now prin by what followed. A party of negro militia,
“Strong minded female.—Are you happy ?
of Commissioner on the Alabama Claims.
oa. Pi«triet Attorney, for State.
cipally engaged on casimeres and blankets. [who had been to the village the day before
After the experience of that famous delega
Stare vs. James Hards. Mu rd» r. Cor The stocking department, under the charge of Ibr muster > n.l drill, and who had there been
ITa.« large, brand, fleet limbs, good disposition,
Strong minded iemale.— Du you wish to
tion of Oregon dignitaries,—G. L. Woods,
ordered. Hannu, Mr. Culver, issssuming inci eased importance, addressed in the most inflammatory style by pleasing countenunce, fine style, good action, nnd
I tinueil, and abas warrant
B. F. Dowell, Hoffman and Kincaid,—show
has never been bred to any extent.
Di-trict Allot iey, for State.
the quality of goods being very superior. The iheir negro captain, and afterwards freely
ing their enpty hands and hard phizes around
State vs. James Hards. Assault with in_ latest improvement is to have the heels und [supplied with whisky, on which they had to this coast, I law nineteen imported Percherun
Strong minded female.—Wbeie are you
th» Grand Monte Bank in behalf of the for-
lent to kill, contitiuul, and alias warrantor toes kuit iu by baud of well twisted yurn. | been Carousing all Saturday night, on their I lior»eH, und I am satisfied The M’h.te Prince for
lorn Senator, they were signally snubbed by living ?
lered. Hanna, District Attorney, for State. Mr. Culver Says this work is djne by country way home Sunday morning, and while pass
FORM, SIZE, STYLE AND ACTION
Ghost of husband.—In h-11.”
the Great Dealer by puffing his cigar in their
State vs. David Girt. Assault with dan folk*, and the goods are given out to women ing the church, s.iw two ladies promenading I I
faces, and they were apprised that something
gerous weapon. Dismissed. Hamm, Dis I who take them home and o.eupy their spare ! under the tree?, endeavoring to quiet their Surpasses them nil. In this selection 1 was as.
sisted by .Mr. Jas. Fullington, ex-President Ohio
more than good looks and wide grins were the injustice that man may inflict on her, as
trict Attorney, for Suite.
lime in that way. He bus on bi* books the babies. The negroes at once presented their State Agricultural Society, said to be as good a
perquisites for turnii g lucky tickets. They
State vs. Charles Wright. Assault with | name? of about four hundred persons who do j «") ■’tins at the frightened women and ordered judge of this stoek asany person in the United
were met with a “git out of my house 1—go nients of our bosom lean, and if we should! du.gerous weapon.
Hanna, this work. As they get one dollar per dozen, them to halt, which they at once characteris States- lie was one of the first importers, is fa
miliar with their endurance .a France, and their
and bring me a saddle, a bull pup, or a few I
District Attorney, for State.
tically obeyed by screaming and rushing into breeding qualities in Ohio.
city lots, with brown stone fronts on them, or fashioned laws ot God ami man, by which in I State vs. George Hawkins. Assault with
Those who have read in the American Agri-
scatters several thousand doliais through the the chuicli. The negroes then commenced eulluriet and other agricultural papers, know th»
prove your listed animal's pedigree akin to the appreciation of her nt »desty and purity wei dangerous weapon.
Veidict not guilty. . c -uotry. The s’.ockings are inaimfactured in yelling, “the war lias commenced, and we ll I world-wide reputation ot
Grant stock. They were a little too green from I should be denominated the head of the new Hanim, District Attorney, Fay nnd Neil for
I long web«, cut off at the proper length and a begin it right here,” and continued for some
the backwoods of Oregon. Why a simple In relation, we could never subscribe ouself nj ' State , Watson and Kahler fur Deft.
notch cut in lor the heel. The women who time marching round the building and firing
dian manzanita pipe might h ive moved hi8 “monster,” our father a inouster aud every
knit in the heel, finish off the toe aud their guns at the church, but fortunately I
I would here fay, that well informed horsemen who
Excellency's compassion, just on account of J body else» father monsters.
Veit Schutz vs. ELerhaid B'eecher. Ac- run a thieud arounl (he top, aEer which they hitting no one. The preacher retained his were
acquainted with thia e<«ek, said Tteo White
dear old Pacific coast memory. Why such
tit n at law to recover money. Continued. ■a e shaped by being dried on wood forms ot calmness, aud kept his congregation well in l’rincc was as promising a young borse as they
a presumptive infliction ns this might have the Radical party, and has met its death Kahler for Pl'IT.
hail ever seen imported. To those who are not
d ffcreut s.z-s, and tied up iu dozens for hand, but it was difficult to ke»p the men posted as to their history, the
renewed that stump toed boot process, that
W. W. Fowler vs. E. K. Ande
quiet while the negro savages were dancing
once on a time propelled a hasty flight of one advocates are advocates for divorces, shriek ■ I tion at law to recover money.
and yelling like demon? aronnd the house.
of this SDubbed party from a “red tape desk’’ ing against the s cred relatiou of the sexes,| Watson tor Pi'ff.
In the case of K tys vs. Grimes, lately
for the nearest door, fur a muggin's intru and rendering the h1 ly tie of matrimonial ■ A. Fi-her vs. F. M. Cr'nkett. Action at hcatd by the Board of State Lind Cuinmiss 'Failing to provoke any retaliatory act or Tthey havebcen kept ns a distinct breed for more
• word of reply, the band finally went off, and
than aceutury, and undoubtedly trace to the Ata-
relations le9s aud less secure, an 1 would re law to recover money. Judgment on default ionets, they have rendered a decision in favor
[quiet was rest red. But to such treatment bian, and have several infusions of
But the modest, prospective Ex Senator, duce the “monster man” to a wet nurse fori lor 844 ; judgment for Deft for costs, Ned of the claim of Grimes.
as this tbe whites are const intly exposed, and
with the old leach cry of give ! give !! itch his past crimes against her outraged sex. | lor Pl'IT; Fay A Rea for Deft.
A letter io the Statesm m from Buena Vista 'if the y resent even tbe greatest possible out
ing in his cormorant bosom, profited by this This is one of tbe many isnts of Plymouth
Gabriel Lemon vs. II. Casev. Action ut .«uys : The railroad fever has seized <>n ns, rage, or kill a negro in defending life or
sad/aux pas ; shelled out the aforesaid spa Rock that has culminated in the great divorce, law to recover money. Settled, and dismiss ¡«nd almost every iuud near town can see tout
In the last century. It is that which gives them
female honor, a Radical howl fand their endurance, style, form and action.
ciality which was reinemberingly received, as brokage at Chicago; aud divorces in her ed. Fay & Rea lor P.'fT; Kahler for Deft. the gup passing by his farm is the easiest
Grant’s troops ure put in motion.
“He has not such n fine skin as the Arnb, nor
typical of riding over the expressed wishes of courts are, and have been ns plenty as black
J no. L. Badger vs. David Wingfield. and iiiuft accessible route lor a west side rail
i his prettily rounde l, oval, «nd small foot ; but
Oregon’s sovereign voice that had consigned berries in June; while among the barbarisms Action at law to recover money. Conf inn« d road t > take in the direct lme for Corvallis.
we must remember the fact that he live« undfr a
climate upon elevated plain«, where nature
him to private life. R is in keeping with the these puritans proclaimed against the South,' ■ n motion of Deft. Fay & Rea for P.’ff.
! A good deal of property is charging hands,
1 gives him for a covering a thicker skin nnd a
utter disregard tbe Satrap has for the people’s a divorce was the rarest instance in society.! Kahler and Wals m for Def’t.
'mid at tin advanced price on tbe terms of last CLARK—VEACH—At Oakland, Jan. 5th, 1871,j warmer coat, and that he lias been for years itep-
Iping upon moist, clayey soil.’’
will. He indorses a home defeat, and tells In the much cursed State of South Carolina,
Joseph Wiiterer vs. M. Brfntano. Ac year.
by Rev. J. Tibbitts, Mr. John Clark to Miss
the people that I nm greater than you. Ver no divorce appear? upon her records, from tion nt law to recover money. Referred to
Lucy Veach. All of Doaglas county, Oregon. I TICK MS $35 in U. S. gol'l coin, the season.
¡Good pasturage, with good fence, near here, «t 50
Any person knowing of the whereabouts of
ily, straws show which way the wind blows, 1780 to 1865. The modesty and purity ot1 i J. R. Wade to take tl e account. Fav A Rea
JONES—DIXON—At the residence of tbe bride’s ets. per aex’k. Everybody is invited to erne und
Valentine Kiefer, or Lis bio her, will confer father, on Sunday, January 1st, 1871, by J. S. seeiny stock anil judge fur themselves.
and it behooves the people to rise in their her matrons are proverbial the world over. for Pi'll ; Kahler and Watson for Deft.
W. C. MYER.
f.-vor by furnishing sti.-h information, to the
might and proclaim and maintain their sov And we consider every influence tending to
Fitzhugh, County Judge, Mr. Geo. W. Jones to
Ashland Mills, Ogn., January 25th, 1871.
ereignty, or they will not be long in realizing weaken this holy tie a blow at woman's pu
Thomas Brown vs. Florence Brown. Di ;0rogon City Enterprise. Should this meet Miss Amanda Dixon. All of Douglas county.
where this g’ft accepting, one man power will ritv, around which aloue cluster our h >pes for voice. Dismissed. Fav fur I’/ff; Hanna, the eye ot either of the above parties, they THARP—CRANSTON—At the residence of II >n.
will hear of something to their mlvaiitage by
land them. Its araeouda proportions ate true happiness; her virtues are oar iospiru District Attorney, for State.
S. B. Cranston, of Benton county, Dec. 20th,
1870, by Rev. I*. M. Starr. Mr. Barron J. Tharp
■lowly winding its fatal coils around us, and tions—iu this only our hearts can be her true! Florence Brown vs. Thomas Brown. Di
Miss Josephine Cranston.
unless cut loose by the aroused energies of subjects.
! vorce. Decree granted. Neil for l’l'ff; of Valentine, he was at work on the Columbia
our people, monarchy will soon hold auction
¡¡ver, nnd left there ah >ut two years ng > for SPENCER—HANDLEY—At the residence of the
Hanna, 1>.strict Attorney, for Stale.
Curlier nf California and Third St».,
bride's father, Capt. Charles Handley, near La
over the hopeless skeleton of our Western What's Sauce for the Goose should be
Helen Hards vs. James Hards. Divorce. Jacksonville. Oregon papers will confer a I fayette, Oregon. Dee. 31, 1870, Rev. J. Hoberg
Republic. It took the Republic of Rome I
Sauce for the Gander.
Continued. Neil for Pi'ff; Hanna, District favor by publishing this notice.
officitaing, Dr. T. C. Spencer and .Miss Kate B.
well nigh st three hundred years to loose what
Attorney, for Stato.
H md ey. All of Yamhill c >uuty.
egs leave to inform the public
we, as a Republic, have lost in the last de
The Supreme Court of California hns de
A. T. Johnson vs, Mary Johnson. Divorce.
BROWN-ADDISON—In Salem, Jan. 11th, by
that lie has the largest. I>cst, aud must cum-
cade. And with what liberty is yet left us, cided that the Fifteenth Amendment to the Cuiitinimd. Fay for Pi’ff; lluuiia, Distr.el
Rev. P. S. Knight, Samuel Brown, of Marion
tuodious Hotel iu Southern Oregon.
[From the Plain dealer.]
eour.ty, and Miss Jane Addison, late of Illinois.
it remains for us to say whether there is Constitution of the United States is unconsti Attorney, tor State.
We 'earn that the new‘steamer Enterprise
HUMPHREY—GORDON — At the residence of
It is locate 1 ia the centra! part of Jacksonville,;
enough public virtue left to stay this mal- tutional and void. This is sounding the
Francis L’gg wa« admitb'd to citizenship. started^»»!’ this plaCi during the raise last the bride’s lather, by Elder S. Wi.limns, Mr. stages fr >m the N o th an i ¡South leave regularly
for the peo tocsin of war against reconstruction—mena
strom tide that is now •r vawning
John Humphrey and Miss Cynthia Gordon. tr- m the U. S. HOTEL.
. week arid enure as far as ••Sawyer’s R ip d?, '
All of Linn county.
We noticed a lengthy and interesting or- but finding the river falling, returned t>
cing words from her Judiciary—to which our
The House has lately been re painted, «nd reno
HE \ I)—FIELD«—At the residence of I)r. J. I).
Radical cotemporaries throw nut the inuend > tide in the Portland Herald of the 2d instant, Scottsburg. -Sawyer’s Rapids'’ are said to McCurdy«, by the llev. .Mr. Rowlan 1, .Mr. vated ; the rooms are newly furnished, «nd well
worgt p|ft.es on |he
The bedrooms are supplied wiilj
Kratik S. Head, of Olympia, W. T., to Mi.-s Su ventilated.
that the fate of South Carolina awaits the in answer to a letter of inquiry in relation toj be one ( f
our State, its resources, climate, etc., re .
...... f san Fields.
SC I.X'ti HCf>S. j.»d every other convenience for
Late dispatches state that by the terms of contumacy of California, and threatens Pagan ceived from a gent Icm in living in Indiana ’ths steamer ra r over them without the utJ of HAYDEN—PUMPELLY—In E la, Polk county. tho comforts of guests.
Dee. 25th. by Elder 11. M. Waller, Mr. Henry
the capitulation, the Germans are to occupy reconstruction to this proud empire of the In ibis article Erstorn Oregon is entirely aline,
lMHKlf AM) LODGING
Ilavd n to Miss Jemima PumpcHy.
ignored. We think it would be in better
We arc informel that the Coo« Biy M agon
Paris. The inhabitants of this war stricken
taste, to say the l<a->t, in giving n description:
Me ORMICK—McLANE-On Jan. 1st. 1871. at
r ut ill
ain *1 Cotiif any will again resume w .rk on the residence of the bride’« father, in this city. Can be had at reasonable rates, according to th*
city are reduced to a most deplorable condi bumbled her once proud Sister of the At of our State and its resources, to
Mr. James McCormick and .Miss Anna M. I. room occupied.
• 1---- ■“ that two! ■ the road as soon ns the weather will p-rniit,
tion ; hundreds are dying daily, and the sup lantic, and a similar dose awaits her refracto word for this portion, , con«id»*ring
plies come^n very slowly. Dispatches state ry people. Will not Grant send his bayonets thirds of the State is on the East side of the and w.II complete it as f.»r as possible this CARLE—BROWN—At the Metropolitan Hotel in
Tin: table :
Cascade Mountains, tiie climate of which is
that the Germans are confident that the Con and cannon to enforce th» edicts of Congress? just the opposite from tl at of West side. »eason. Contract? have already been let for, Roseburg. Feb. 4th, 1871, by J. S. Fitzhugh,
Will be supplied with the best the market can af
stituent Assembly, soon to convene at Bor Ah ! Mr. Hero of Knight’s Ferry, yon see too And so it is with that portion of our Stat the construction of ten miles on the we«t side County Judge. Mr. Wm. Carll to Miss Abby ford.
Brown. All ef Roseburg. Oregon.
deaux, will not accept the terms of peace, plainly the bayonet influence in the late «lec south of the C.illipooiu Mountains, where the! >f the mountain, inc’.u ling the most difficult DREW—FISHER—On Tuesday, Jan. 21th, at
and are delaying the supply tra:~e in conse tions, to interfere with the local affairs of our climate is almost similar to that of this sec j ( po.tion i f'.he road, and we have reason to; the Western Hotel, Mr. John Drew to Miss
tion. The most d>-liei >us varieties of ginpesj hope that the whole will be completed this Mary E. Fisher. Both of Portland.
Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
and peaches are raised on this side of the
STEVENS—CRAWFORD—At the residence of
Gambetta and the Favre government have Coast are terrihiy in the majority, and they Mountains and als > in SoUlliet t) Oregon. The year.
the bride’s father, in Yamhill county, Jan. 25th. for their comfort and convenience, as well as every
come to an open rupture. Gambetta having occupy such a stand point, that they see the Herald d >es itself and the State nt large a
1871, by .Mr. Howard, Mr. II. C. Stevens to attention and comfort usually found at a well kept
At the request of the S ole B >ard, the
Miss .Mary F. Crawford. Both of Oregon City. Hotel.
issued a decree imposing certain electoral dis baneful influence of fetich legislation, and great injury in giving the climate of P >rll <nd Register ami Receiver of the Laud Office here
NTIS—.MISEXER—On Thursday, Jan. 26th,
a large : hall
qualification», which the Paris or Favre gov are determined to keep the vantage ground ami the resources of its immediate neiglib >r- recently prepared amended lists ol Indemnity Y. '871,
by Rev. 11. B. Line, William B. Yantis
I befoe the Satrap's grip is fixed on their lib h o I, as that of the entire Stale of Oregon.
ernment repudiate. One orator in Paris de
It lea Is one to the lielief that its edi'or has Schwil selections for the different counties of Pierce City, I. T., to Mrs. Kate .Misencr, Is attached to the Hotel, for Balls, Meetings,
of Miller's Ranch, Baker county, Oregon.
dared that tbe hope of the nation depended
never seen much of this grand and glorious comprising this Land District, lhe total
Shows, Ac., and can be had at reasonable terms.
KELLOG—YANTIS—On Thursday, Jan. 26th,
out in the cold. And if some kind ot a State outside the limits of the county in which
on the guilotine, intimating that Trochu,
amount of the select.o.is foot up to 26486 00
1871, by Rev. II. B. Lane, .Mr. C. M. Kellog,
The Hotel is furnished with a bar room where
blanket is nut patched up for them, then in he lives. Of ail the Portland dailies the Bul
Favre, and all who favoreJ a peace on the
Baker City, to Mis« Mary E. Yantis, of .Mill- the vary best liquors and cigars may be found, at
deed the grip is lost, and none on the Coust
prices to suit the times.
terms imposed by tJie Germans, would be
io Line, Douglas and Jacks in counties ; withi . er’« Ranch, Baker county, Oregon.
will be so poor as to do these pets reverence. derstand and appreciate the vast resources
Jacksonville, Ogn., Jan. 8th, 1871
mueh better men if they were shorter by a
• •f th!» section of our State, and the way we a limited amount in Linn, Benton, and Jo
head. Altogether, the present outlook is
C arpet -B ag S windler in R equisition .— over the length and breadth of the emir»- sephine counties. The lists thus amended
anything but promising for France. Her
have been fawarded to the General Liud HAND—February 1st, 1871, nt Klamath Indian
We see from our Eastern exchanges that the State «nd i» personally acquainted with it«
armies are discouraged by repeated defeats,
Agency, Jackson county, Oregon, Charles B.*
at Washington for final action.
Lieut. Governor of North Carolina (the Gov
Hand ; aged 35 years.
and the loss of prestige; her provinces de
blindly prejudiced in favor of one particular
The following amount of business was HAMMETT—At Camp Creek, Jan. 31st, of bil
section but that he can give other sections
vastated and ruined by the tramp and con
made a requisition upon the Governor of their share of public attention.— Mountaineer transacted in the R -s-burg Land Office for lions pneumonia, Maggie, infant .laughter of
flict of contending armies; her treasury
N. P. and Frances Hammett ; aged 11 months.
The fact is the lieraid has no idea that •January : No. ot acres sold 2t>41,0l), taken LUCKEY—In Eugene City. Jan. 23d, 1871, Mrs.!
bankrupt; her people reduced to the depths Florida for General Lit tiefield, who figured
as homesteads 3.089.55. preemntions 2400.00,
Ella Luckey, wife of .Mr. John L. Luckey, of!
of misery and dying of starvation, nnd her ns a blatant loyalist and carpet bagger, until there is any organ outside of Portland, or any
Oehoco Valley, Oregon, and only daughter of
1) mutions certified for 16015,56, total, 21146,
councils filled with discord and rent by the
Mr. and Mrs. llulins Miller, of Lane county.
KIRK—January 26th, 1871, .Miss .Mary Susan
personal feuds among her chiefs. Anarchy, of pocketing n large amount of State bonds, who govern *thut office. And so narrow 11.
13 ( Y tbe WOOLLEN GOODS manufactured
and left between two suns; and he turned up minded and narrow-souled are the proprietors
Kirk, daughter of George and Ann Kirk ; aged I
or tbe restoration of the dynasty of Louis
Napoleon, seems to be the only escape from in Florida, sporting his ill gotten gains, when of that concern, that they are willing their
—February 4th, in this city, Frank, in
her present micferable condition. Whether
fant son of William and Barbary Graves ; aged
months and 3 days.
she would be benefited by the adoption of I
—In East Portland, February 2d, of me-
under date of February 25 th. asking inform»
either of the two alternatives, is problemat
nengiti«, Valentine Brown ; aged 55 years, 5
ical ; though it cannot be well seen how tice ; whereupon the Fetich Governor of road interests of Portland in the west side tion of her brother Eli H. Matliar, a young months. Wisconsin papers please copy.
Florida refused to give this notorious swin controversy, because of the personal ill will man of 19 years, who left Cheyenne June 26,
her condition could be much worse.
up. And the only surprising feature in the of its proprietors against Holladay—to gratify 1870, in company with William Jemison to
From tbe present indications the German
Who would respectfully announce to the trade
emperor will restore Napoleon, if the Consti case is that the wooden nutmeg Governor of which, they were perfectly willing to sacrifice go to Portland, Oregon. The two arrived in
and publie generally, that they are now manufact
uring and have on hand for sale, a large assortment
tuent Assembly does not conclude to accept Florida did not chare the thief down and the interests r.f the west si le counties as well this city some time in July.- Mather got em
of BLANKETS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, plain
bis terms of peace.
ploy men t in the New York hotel, but after
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editor of that sheet to publicly demonstrate wards got sick and left there, The last his
TWILLED and CHECK FFANNELS, AC. AC.
P ersonal .—Gov. Z. B. Vance arrived
W e are gratified to be able to announce that
of the best quality and at
his joy. at the defeat of tbe Sandy Wagon road mother and sister heard of him he had rec.iv
in a short time a gentleman of this county,
IRCUIT COURT, STATE OF OREGON,
bill, a measure of inestimable benefit to ered from his sickness and was looking for
for the county of Jackson.
admirably qualified for the task, will furnish is well. We are pleased to learn tl at he i.« Eistern Oregon, in the lobby of the House,
A. B. Overbeck v«. G. Whitney.
us with weekly letters, descriptive of the in very good spirits upon his prospects of and thus made the Herald the bitter, malig
Orders solicited. A liberal discount made to the
mineral and agricultural resources of the
Action at Law to recover Money.-
nant and unrelenting enemy of the railroad
county. Being a farmer himself, he can best restoring good will and harmony iu the South interests of the Southern counties. The it was never heard whether he got it. His To G. Whitney, said Deft : You aro hereby
Ashland, May 1st, 1869.
speak of the products of our soil ; and from by the admission of Senator Vance to the ignorance and prejudice combined, which mother’s mime is Mary Ann Jones. Any summoned to be and appear in the Circuit Court
one knowing of young Mather, will please of the State of Oregon, for the County of Jackson,
his long residence in the county, is enabled seat to which he has been elected by the
that journal displays, make it a public nui communicate with the inquirer as above.
on the first day of the November Term, A. D.,
to describe the various beds of gold, silver, Legislature of his State.-—iSeniòie/,
1871, of said Circuit Court, and answer the com-
sance, and it should be abated.
iron, coal and cinnabar, which have from
We hope that such happy surmises may be
Messrs. W. Lair Hill, W. W. Thayer and I plaint in this cause filed agsin^t yon, wherein
time to time been discovered. In addition to
judgment it detnandid against you for the sum of
T he Eugene City Guard boast of one of Richard Williams have formed a law part, ' seventy-five dollars, w>th interest thereon from the
which lie will give ai geological description of realized. For the high order of talent and
new restaurant has been open -
the eour.ty, with its climate Ac. This is just sterling integrity of Senator Vance willdo her hog-killings running up to the average of nership and established nn office nt No. 1'16 1st dav of January, 1871, at tbe rate of 10 per
ed in P. J. Ryan’« brick dwelling house.
what h needed. Jackson county is compara honor to the place once honored by a Cluy, 160 ll.s. Our friend, John Orth, of this First street—over the post office. Mr. Wil 1 cent, per annum, for medical sen ice» rendered and The proprietress is a New England woman, and
medicine furnished you by Pl’ff, or judgment will thftjetore know« how to keep house ; and, with the
tively unknown, and we wish to place before Calhoun and Webster; and with a few more
place, killed a fine lot this week that went liam», lnte of Salem, has removed to this be taken against you in default thereof.
as4stnnce of a first-rate cook of colored persoa-
our readers at a distance, the great attruc-
such at the helm, we might hope for good old up to 212 lbs on an average. Try again,_ city. These gentlemen ure ad well known i.8 By order of Hou. P. P. Prim, Judge of «aid siim. she gets up things in a somewhat new style
lions which exist here, nod which will un
Court, this Feb. 16th, 1871.
for Jacksonville. The house, beds, etc., are new
doubtedly induco immigration as soon as fashioned times again in the administration two or three times,—good neighbor. Jack- successful practitioners at the bar of our
• A REA, Pl’ff’« Att’yi.
and comfortable. Give the nc-s restaurant a call.
of the government.
February 18th, 1871.
they are known.
Jacksonville, Feb. 10th, 1871.
son county’s larders are fur over your high. State and Federal courts.
SATURDAY MORNING. FEB’Y 18, 1871
THE WHITE PRINCE
WEIGH 1,800 POUNDS,
French Writers Say
L. HORNE, Proprietor,
HOW TO KEEP
MONEY AT HOME,
-ROGUE RIVER VALLEY-
A NEW RESTAURANT