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OFFICE—On California St,, over Reames A Wil
son’s Livery Stable.
Every variety cf Job Work executed with neat
nejs and dispatch, at reasonable rates.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATLMAY, MARCH 4, 1871
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Spirits of Ammonia.
Vallaauigliam for the United States
liearthand Home, an excellent family paper,
[From the Cinncinnati Commercial.)
has the following hints, by a housekeeper,
There is more talk of presenting 5 allau-
concerning the use of alnmonia to facilitate
us the Democratic candidate for Sen
many household labors):
Sisters in household labors, have you any ator from Ohio, than is pleasing to the Con
t’oen^y Ojirm— Judge, T. II. B. Shipley;
idea what a very useful thing ammonia is to servatives of the party. They shrink from
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel ;
have in tho house? If not, give your inaid j i extreme men as the Democrats in the House,
Deputy Sheriff, E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
Neuher ; Assessor, Daviii Itedpath : County Com
of all work 15 cents and an empty pint bottle, the other day, shrank from Colonel Jones
missioners, John S. llerrin. Thomas M right;
at once, and send her to the first drug store preanil le and resolution. They seem to
School Superintendent, Wm. M. Turner ; Survey
for a supply. Tell her to be sure to get the think thnt some day or other they may lay
or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner. L. Ganung.
spirits of ammonia ; it’s the same ns harts claims, as a party, to patriotism during the
Jaektoirille Preciuet- —Justice of the Peace,
•James R. Hade ; CoastabLe, N. ttepheusvn.
horn, but if she asks for that they will give war, with no one to dispute tiie historic ac
T'»m of Jneluurillt.— Trustees, A. II. Martin,
her for 15 cents a few drops in a smelling- curacy of their patriotism. So, the disposi
. James Wilson, N. Fisher ; President of the
bottle not as big as her thumb. While she’s tion among them is to get such men as Val-
Board, David Linn ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ;
I will tell you how to use it. For landigham out of sight, and put forward such
Treasurer, Henry Pape ; Marshal, G. Seaman.
washing paint put a tablespoonful in a quart Conservative men as R mney and Thurman,
J osephine covntt .
moderately hot water, dip in a flannel and such actual War Democrats us can be
'ftoMaty Ojjirer».— Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk. Charles Hughes ; Asses
cloth, and with this simply wipe off the wood pursurded to leave the Republican ranks and
sor, R. E. Foley; Treasurer, Wui. Naucke;
work ; no scrubbing will be necessary. For act with them. But these leaders must re
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson, II. Wood
taking grease spots from any fabric, use the member that Mr. Vallandigham has a strong
cock ; School Superintendent, R. R. Middles-
ammouia nearly pure, then lay w hite blotting hold upon the rank and file. lie is the best
Cmnty.— Circuit Court. First Monday
paper over the sp >t*atid iron it lightly. In rabble-rouser in the party. lie can bring all
in April and Fourth Monday in Oct >ber. County
washing laces put about twelve drops in a Crawford county to the front at his bugle
■Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
I pint of warm suds. To clean silver mix two call. Butler will back him and so will Fair
j teaspoonfuls of ammonia in a quart of hot field and all the other Democratic strongholds
' soapsuds, put in your silverware and wash it, in Ohio. These sturdy old Democrats have
using an old nail brush or tooth-brush for the not forgotten that when the party was de
purpose. For cleaning hair-brushes, etc., molished in Ohio, and the Conservatives were
simply shake the brushes up and down in a scared into their holes by the fierceness of
mixture of one teaspoonful of ammonia to one the popular storm, Vallaudigliam weathered
pint of hot water ; when they are cleaned, it out, at some personal risk and inconven
JACKSONVILLE LODGE No 10
rinse them in cold water and stand them in ience, and was the man whose voice sum
JJOLDS ITS REGULAR MEETINGS ON
the wind or in a hot place to dry. For wash moned the party to action and infused into it
every Saturday evening at the Odd Fellows’
ing finger-marks from looking-glasses or win a life and bitterness of spirit that lasted it
standing are invited to
Hall. Brothers in good
BUCKLEY, N. G.
dows, put a few drops of ammonia on a moist through the war anil opposed it to every
California St„ (Up Stairs.) over Reames rag and make quick work cf it. If you wish measure for the preservation and reconstruc
THOS. PAULSON, R. Sec y.
Jons B ilger ,
«k Wilson’s Livery Stable.
your house plants to flourish, put a few drops tion of the Republic. Mr. Vallandigham
II. K i . ippel ,
1!. V. H elms , J
of spirits of ammonia in every pint of water will not be easily put down if he Consents to
JUgnlar Ribekah Degree meeting, last Monday
used in watering. A teaspo nful in a basin make the raee for the Senate, and he has a
night of each month, at 7J o'clock p. m.
of col<i water will add much to the refreshing way of consenting when there is a chance.
May 1st, 18«9.
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effects of a bath ; nothing is better than am Certified Bank Checks-An Important
C. W. KAIILEB,
monia water for cleaning the hair. In every
j case rinse off the ammonia with clear water, V
t irst J udicial D istrict .— Circuit Judge, 1*.
P. Prim : Prosecuting Attorney, 11. K. llanna.
Jack»on Cvnntif— Circuit Court, Sicond Monday
in February and November. Count;' Court, first
Monday in each month.
LEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
A Boy’s Composition on the Goat.
For Woman's Consideration.
A goat is stronger than a pig and gives
milk. He looks at you. So docs the doctor,
nr elm orlcu .
but a goat has four legs. My goat butted
Deacon Tillinghast in a bad place, and a lit
IIow ninny women of this enlightened age
tle eali wouldn’t do so. A buy without a can substantiate the claim to knowing much
father is an orphan, and if he baint got no of anything about the history of this country,
mother he is two orphans. The goat don’t only in its most important events and indica
give ho much in.Ik as the cow, but more than tions, leaving out of consideration all smaller
an ox. I saw an ox at a fair one day with a tracings along the inarch of Empire which
card tied to his left car, and Lc went in on a men have read up and noted iu their memo
family ticket. Mother picks geese in the ries ?
summer, and the goat eats grass and jumps
How many women can give an outline of
on a box. Soma folks don’t like goats, but! the late war, its causes and political effects
as for me, give me a mule with a paint brush upon the nation ? llow many care anything
tail. The goat is a useful animal, but don’t at all about these things, or once in a month
smell as sweet as nice bear’s oil fur the hair. read u newspaper ; and if an eccentric sister
If 1 had two much hair I would wear a wio. is conversant with such matters, and ventures
as old Capt. Peters docs. I will sell my goat ¡an
opinion, bow many women at once de-
for three dollars, and go to the circus to see i nouuce them with, “ugh !” “strong minded ?”
the elephant, which is bigger than tlnee Yes, sisters, and thank God for such strong-
mindedness. When you all take more inter
est in these public questions that so interest
A necdote of A. II. S tephens ,—A story
your husbands, brothers and lovers, you will
is told of Alexander 11. Stephens to thia ef
establish niauy a reform for which your heart
now cries out in vain.
In the political canvass of 1856 he was ac
Wife ! You 1< ng to have your good hus
companied by a shaggy dog, named llio, that band sit down with you at home, iu these
became as well known as himself. In Co long winter evenings, instead of seeking the
lumbia county he met a General II. ll. haunts of men ; perhaps of other women.
Wright, in debate, and worsted him. To Then make yourself and hame attractive and
postpone the defeat Wright cried out :
pleasant. Read the newspapers and post
“ I demand a list of your appointments, yourself on the general transactions and top-
Sir! 1’1! get my documents, and meet you at ; ics of interest which absorb tho public mind.
every place, Sir ! Yes, S.r, 1 will dog you
I Then tidy up a bit. Bunich household cares
a l over this district !’’
for the time, put on your most winning com
Stephens pointed to the
pany holiday smiles and attack him in the
his side, and said :
style of the courting days of long ago, when
“•Tuen I’d send Il;o home,
vou were afraid if you were not nice and
time is in ugh !”
pleasant, and entertaining to him, some other
Wright sat down.
girl would win him from your side.
Cupid never shot more successful darts into
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
then youthful heart, than will your nice,
j Ammonia is used as a rising in cake making,
The United States Supreme Court has re
home like, agreeable ways and interesting
■etc., but I cannot recommend it fur that pur. versed the decision of tl,e Massachusetts Cir
Thus you can win him for
pose ; and ten drops in a wine-glass of water cuit Court in the case of the Merchants’ Na
Will practice in the Supreme Court. District, and
your guest as often as you like.
utber Courts of this State.
is said to be an excellent remedy for headache tional Bunk, Boston, against the State Na
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
True, it is not always an easy matter to
and aciditv of stomach, but I don’t believe in tional Bink of that city, thus deciding the
Jacobs—opposite Court House square.
smile and be entertaining.
newspaper doctoring, and so will not endorse important question whether a bank is obliged
Dll. GE’J. B. TOLMAN,
the remedy. However, for a sere of fair and to make good checks certified by its cashier.
| to do a chore in the house, make life often
(late Surgeon U. S. Army,)
square needed practical household put poses Justice Swayne delivered the opinion, from
more than trying.
spirits of ammonia is invaluable, and I am which Justice Clifford and Davis dissented,
Physician, Surgeon, and Accoucheur,
But give the little folks plenty of fresh air,
not afraid to proclaim it. Farmers and in which he holds that all the facts should
WiriLL PRACTICE IN JACKSON AND
plain food and play through the day,
V V adj ice nt counties, and attend promptly to
Chemi-ts ate prof mud concerning the native have been submitted to a jury, and on the
Jl-‘ vurreiit political even's.
AVING A LARGE AND WELL SELECT
«11 calls <>3 pro'cs.'innnl business.
with as few cross words as possible, and no
•'.r.ieic in its free state, ami admit its ail-iui authority of a cashier to bind a bank bv bis
ed assortment of
OFFICE AND RBS1DI3NCB.
A negro was tried in Tunica c >untv, Mis- [ blows—only a steady, kind, but earnest con
I portant services in the econ-nnv of muure ; act suvs, in substance, that by all authorities,
on 4th street, opposite the M. E. Church, Jack-
but farmers’ wives throughout the country English and American, a cheek may be ac sissippi, for hog stealing, and acquitted. He trol, which, in love, exacts respect and obedi
Jan. Sth. t<70.
really know very little of the manifold use.' cepted, and that by the law of merchants in was immediately put on the jury t > try and ence and then, generally speaking, you can
aciu’t one of the negro jurors charged with put them to bed at nightfall and have a quiet
that can b* made of’ a pint of the spirits
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
this com.try the certification by a bank that horse stealing.
cozy evening with your husband.
“kept in the house,” bottled and labelled. a check is good is equivalent to its acceptance
Offlco—On iPino streot. I
I say empl atically. labelled, because it is a
Many a mother misses it, by allowing her
i ati'l undertaking that it shall remain good, But the bench wiii fullo'A
• in time.
to absor? all her time and attention,
Opposite 1 Sic Old
i This agreement is as 1 inding on banks as
Do we all note stifii :ic: itly the signs of the! when co much ¡3 due her husband whom she
i otisly marked that no mistakes need occur.
j notes of circnlati >n, and the transferee of such times, and aie we not content with the rcsul:
Let me add here, by way of caution, that
A rkansas L jvi : ry S tabi e ,
checks takes it with the same sense of s< cu to which "they are pointing?— Cleburne thoughtlessly turns out into the cold world
1 ammonia direetly applied is not good for the
fur his amusement and pleasures.
i riiy that lie would the notes of the bank.
( Texa s) Ch ro n i<:le..
eyes. It has a way of melting them that is I * • .
: An intelligent man becomes disgusted with
certi'ying bank without doubt intended
E. >1. GRKCN.MAN,
ig of a giddy
A little b. y wa ■ advised by Lis fi'.herto the namby-pamby chat.
; consequences, and is accordingly liable.
A nother N egro in C ongress .—On the ' is ; ' in equity. The power conferred on a i u'f; illusaations in his conversation whenever
him, * “ ‘ior,
iur,” continued hats and bonnets, interspersed with a little
OFFICE—At the U. S. HOTEL, on Califor
16ih inst. the Georgia delegation were admit cashier empowers him with the same author ! > they should occur to bun,
nia Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
t, “there is no more forcible wnv patch now and then about the nt igl.bors,
ted to their seats in Congtess. Of the four ity to certify a cheek ns he has to receive the ' Die parent,
»> does very well for a few weeks or years, but
^£fr*Will practice in Jackson and adjacent coun-
who were sworn in, three, all white, were money of depositors, as his power is inherent of conveying or impressing veur meaning
ies, »r.d attend promptly to profession«! calls.__
Shortly alter the b >y was lectured 1 on geucr- does not satisfy a man fir a lifetime.
unable to take the ironclad. They were ad in office. The cashier is an executive officer
DR. A. B. OVERBECK
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Neither do men continue to find home tho
o-ity : “It’s bitter to give than receive,
mitted by swallowing a less nauseating dose, of the lank, and conducts all its financial
TI/ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SER
attractive place, where wives Fettle
Johny, far better, the Bible says, and savs
VI GE RY, and will attend promptly to all calls
known as the qualified oath. The negro , operations ; and persons dealing with the
dawn to tho capacity of domestic drudges.
on professional business. His office anil residence
member, the sole Republican in the delegation, bank have a right to rely upon the integrity s>.” “Illustrate it pappy; 1 think I v
understand you better.” Father could see' Raising children, ducks and chickens, and
was the only one able to take the iron clad I of its officers, when acting within the apparent
The Overbeck Hospital,
[doing housework, without taking time to
oath. He is described as a genuine black sphere of their duties, and the bank is bound the application.
On Oregon Street, Jacksonville, Oregon. __ ]"2£_
[comb tho hair and put on another dress more
man, of medium size, with an intelligent face , accordingly. The amount involved in the
A candidate traveling through one of the (than once or twice a week, gives a man little
JAMES D. FAT.
D- B- RKA-
and a woolly head. He had no sooner taken . suit is §600,000.
rural precincts of a certain county, a few chance to admiro his wife, excepting for her
FAY 4k RE A
the oath than Kelly, of Pennsylvania, was at
days since, rode up to a farm house, and thus industry and devotion to home duties, which
From A Penitentiary Bird.
Attorneys and Counsellors-aULaw,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
his side, grasping the hand of the “man and
accosted a tow-headed urchin who was Sealed a faithful woman thinks ought to be enough
OFFICE—In Court Honse, up stairs.
brother” and offering his congratulations.
up<m the top of a gate post : “Bob, where’s i to keep him at home ; but it is n>t, lur the
The following is a rerftafrin copy of a
Will practice in the 8upretne and other Courts
For fear the Democrats would tamper with
pa?” The youngster replied, ‘‘l’ap’e eye is a powerful agent, that rules the world
ter handed us for publication, written, wc
of this State.
him, a seat was selected for him to occupy,
sUDpose, in a “silent cell” ul the Baily House1 just gone down beyond the cow shed to dig a much more than people like to believe.
on the Republican side, where the blackness
Particular attention paid to the collection
grave to bury the old dag Towser. The
It explains itself:
Beside, think of it, ye faithful home wo
-of Claims against the Federal and State Govern
of his darkness overshadows his brighter col
to the editor of the
ments, the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption
men who are all absorbed in the duties per
leagues of that part or the house, and “bis
«nil Homastead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
candidates for Sheris'.”
taining to the temporal comfort« of your fam
Lodes under the recent Act of Congress.
righteous soul will be vexed from day to day
D*nr Sir I Wish to Advance 'A few words
An irascible old gentleman was taken w ith ily. You cannot take your earthly homes
DK. W. JACKSON,
with conversations of the wicked.”
to the citieins of Hall county espesly to Dick sneezing in the cars lately. After sneezing with you to your home beyond the dark river
“Sleep will dwell upon his eyes,
Wi»’s< n An Jon Royster Ari jim Alen that is in a most spasmodic way eight or ten times, death. The mop, broom, dish cloth and fry
But there’ll be no peace in hi® brea«t.”
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by
I Want to advise you to Keep A dost wnch he arrested the paroxysm for a moment, and ing pan are all necessary utensils, and it is
No more peace lor that poor negro’s soul,
Dr. E. II. Greenuran, corner California and Fifth
over tber hog Pens An chicken coops for that extracting his handkerchief, he thus indig an honor to a woman to give them due atten
Streets. All styles of Dental work done on short
we fear, after one session spent along side of
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
jhesny fiiMily ar Dear loveres of fresh Fork nantly addnssei his nasal organ: “Oh! g, tion. but you cannot find use for them “over
Buller.— Holly Springs' Heporter.
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
An tenDer chicken theat I Wont Write the on—go on—you’ll blow your infernal brains there,” and a little food for the soul, now and
extracted without pain by the use ut the lute
then, by way of reading, reflecting and con
method of local anasthesia. All work warranted.
P reserve Y ovr N ewspapers .—Many poo particklers you can Judg By this they hav out presently ?”
versation. will do wonders toward leaking
pic take newspapers, but few preserve them ; sent Me up for A term of two year I Pled
home happier, liu-diand truer, and some pre
Nov. 20th, 18C9,
paration for the duties of a higher life.
tile of old newspapers. It brings up the very Gilty it Was because I Knew what had B< en duties, practices law, and never fails to win
age with all its genius—and its spirit, more Swore A Gainst me An What Was A Going a case. Not that be is such a very good law T he G ood W oman .—A good woman never
to be Swore so I thnght I Would Plead Gilty
than the most labored description of the his
yer, but he appoints the judges to office, and grows old. Many years p-«s over her head,
An Git of Aslight as Posible An I Am Wil
torian. Who can take a piper dated hall a ling to servo My time But I hope to sec Burl they lnyvC not the bardiliocd to decile a case but if benevolence and virtue dwell in her
century ago, without the thought that almost ehesnev ther Befor my time is out if tho citi- agajXst him, for fear their successor will be heart, she is as cheerful as when the spring
every name there printed is now cut upon a sins Knew what I Know I Am shore I would along directly.
That is called Radical of first life opened to her view. When we
look upon a good woman, we never think of
aving located in J acksonville ,
tombstone at the head of an epitaph? The Account for it at the Day of Judg Ment yours shrewdness in Texas.— Louisville Democrat. her age ; she looks as charming as when tho
informs the citizens of this place and vicinity
doctor (quack or regular) who there adver truly An uMhle sirvant for ttie next two
is now prepared to take orders for all kinds
rose of youth first bloomed on her cheek.
be wetter than when she has That rose is not failed yet; it will never fade.
ot gents’ and boy’s clothing at reasonable prices.
tised his medicines and their cures, has fol years to coiil. Hall county (Mo.) Journal.
a cataract in her eye, a waterfall on the back In her neighborhood, she is tho friend and
John Gee colord.
lowed the sable train of his patients—the
C leaning and R epairing done. -«0^
her head, a creek in bar back, forty springs benefactor. In the church, the devout wor
merchant his ships—and the actor, who could
July 2d, >878._______ , ___________ jly2-tf.
hooped skirts, and high tied shoes on ? shipper and exemplary Christian. Who does
make others laugh or weep, can now furnish
bhe has a notion (an ocean) iu her not respect the woman who has passed her
PAMPHLETS, a skull for his successors in Hamlet. It is has an attack of lock jaw take a small quan head.
days in acts of kindness and mercy—who has
easy to preserve newspapers, and they will tity of spirits of turpentine, warm it ami
been the friend of man and God—whose
repay the trouble.
pour it on *.he wound—no matter where the
whole life has been a «ceno of kindness and
“Alt Jemmy, ’ said a sympathizing frient love, a derotion to truth and religion? We
wound is, or what its nature is—ami relief
The Albany Argus «ays that the late Thad. will follow in less than one minute. Nothing to a man who was just too late for the train, repeat, such a woman cannot grow old.* She
was unmarried, but had eleven ille better can be applied t-> a severe cut or bruise “you did not run fast enough.” “Yes, 1 will always be fresh and buoyant in spirits ;
gitimate children, many of them mulatto. than cold turpentine ; it gives certain rebel did, ’ said Jemmy, “but I did not start soon and active in humble deeds ot mercy and be
nevolence. If the young lady desires to re
hoice liquors and cigars con
These from time to time he gave large sums almost instantly. Turpentine is also a sov enough.”
tain the bloom of youth, let her not yet yield
And all other kinds of printing required
■tantly on hand.
t<», which was creditable. Mr. Stevens was ereign remedy for croup. Saturate » piece
to be done in the community, on
the sway of fashion and folly, let her love
a habitual gambler, passing a portion of
very reasonable terms.
every night before a faro bank. He was an the throat and chest, un i in very severe cases pie than I am—and more deliberate pe >ple truth and virtue, and to the close of life she
three to five drops on a lump of a sugar may than I am—and even quieter, and more list will retain those feelings which now make
O“ You who want Job Printing done, give avowed infidel, although he accepted when
be taken inwardly. Every family ehould less, and lazier people than I am, but they life appear a garden of sweets, ever fresh
2 -2 Cent«.
call, and we will satisfy you both in styleand
a bottle of turpentine on hand.
and ever new.
July 17tb, 1869.
NEW & FANCY TYPE,