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JACKSONVILLE. OREGON. SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1871
(The Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amend can end only in ignoble defeat.
The Democratic party of the United States
F irst J vdicial D istrict .—Circuit Judge, P.
P. Hrirn ; Prosecuting Attorney, H. K. Hanns.
Jackton County— Circuit Court, Second Monday
in February anil November. County Court, fir»t
Munday in each month.
Yesterday we published the essential por
tion of a speech made in the Missouri Legis
lature by Frank P. Blair, just before bis tri
umphant election to the United State« Senate.
The speech was called forth by a resolution
in relation to the celebrated “Broadhead let
ter,” written by Blair during the Seymour
campaign of 1868. It will be noticed thnt
Blair maintains tite position he took at that
time in relation to the reconstruction meas
ures adopted by Congress, viz : That they
are unconstitutional, and therefore not bind
ing in law. lie now proposes to withdraw
the military power, the coercive influence of
which alone served to give them vitality, and
to allow the people of the Southern States to
conduct their local ttffnrs in their own way,
ns the people of other Slates have been iu the
habit of doing.
He further contends that the Fourteenth
and Fifteenth Amendments have been placed
upon the statute books illegally, by furce and
fraud. It never has been pi etended that the
Fourteenth would have been adopted bad it
not been lor the Votes of the Southern State6.
. In violation of the Constitution Congress de
prived those Slates of their representation in
i the Senate, and while they were thus forced
I out of the Union they were, by military pow-
I er and other appliances, compelled to enact a
is engaged in a struggle lor constitutional
G 'vernment and the rights of the States. It
can take no step backward. It Cannot either
parley or compromise with the eremy. I’
cannot afford to abate one atom of its preter.
sions. Whenever it shows symptoms of prov
ing untrue to itself and its pr uciples, the
people will deeert it, and it and its cause will
be trampled in the dust of shame and delent
together. The Democratic party must vigor
ouslv lay its ax to the roots <>i the tree of evil.
It will not do io attempt to cover them up
with shreds ami patches and give them a
chance to put forth new and more vigorous
shoot«. The whole concern—roots, b>>dy and
branches—must be utterly destroyed, or there
is no safety for this Republic, and constitu
tional government in America will be stran
gled bv the hands of radical executioners.—
jjdT* LEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
Coming in with the tied—entering a room
with a new married Couple.
How to S ucceed in L ife .—Whether we
A man w ho cannot mind hia own business, look at Johnson poring over words, or Kitto
is nut fit to be trusted with another’s.
spelling out his Greek and Hebrew, or Gold
Why does a butcher stick splinter! of wood smith bearing his first literary attempts from
County Officer» —Judge. T. II. B. Shipley;
into his meat? To s’kew'r it for hia custom publisher to publisher, or Joseph Hume dur*
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel i
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
ing his years of parliamentary persecution,
Neu her ; Assessor, David Redpath : County Com
Cobden in the free trade conflict, or Fara-
missioners, John S. Herrin. Thomas Wright;
A coquette is one who first steals your
School Superintendent. Win. M. Turner ; Survey
play waseing bottles and retorts, or Stevenson
heart by her addresses, and steels her own
or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner. L. Ganung.
¡mending the men’s watches and enjoying his
heart to your addresses.
Jachoirille Precinct.— Justice of the Peace,
i herring under a hedge, we can but be re
James R. Wade ; Constable, N. Stephenson.
As they say in England, and might say minded uf the words of Sir Fowell Buxton,
Torn of Jacksonville.— Trustees, James A. Wil
anwhere, “You can’t convince a man’s judg ¡and find ourselves compelled to subscribe to
son. N. Fisher, Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J.
I them : “The longer I live I am more cer
ment by punching his head.”
S. Howard: Recor ler, U. S. Hayden; Treas
urer, llenry Papo ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel.
In a country graveyard in N. J., there oc tain that the great difference between men,
between the feeble and the strong, arid great
J osephine county .
curs a plain stone, with this inscription:
and insignificant, is energy—invincible de
County Officert.— Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
“Jane Adams. Died of Thin Shoes, April
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk. Charles Hughes : Asses
termination—purpose once being fixed, and
17, 1790. Aged 19.”
sor, R. E. Foley; Treasurer, Wm. Naucke;
then death or victory. That quality wiil do
Comt issioners, Thomas G. Patterson, 11. Wood
A paper advertises for girls fur cooking. anythi
cock ; School Superintendent, R. It. MidJlcs-
. oing that can be done in the world ; and
A cotemporary replies: You wou.d like n„ talents, no circumstances, no opportuni-
J-ephiue County.— Circuit Court. First Monday I
thein raw, when you are accustomed to them. tieSf wUl make a two_leggeJ creature a man
in April and Fourth Monday in October. County
Don’t judge of moral character by the face.! w>thout it.” The fact is nothing can bo
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
The idea expressed in the aphorism the
frog is more innocent than many an ani- !(l',ne without labor. Let every young man
world moves, is not 6o broad in its significa
Sranted little can be done without
tion as to imply that everything old should mal that has a much handsomer pbysiogno-,,aKe
we are told, studied in camp, and
be ciushed out aud forgotten. True progress my.
swam rivers holding his Commentaries in his
accepts and ads up<m the good of the past,
‘•Husband. I wish you would buy me some
hand. Alfred, King of England, Frederick
ignores and rejects everything that exeperi i
feathers.” Indeed, dear wife you look bet
the great, and Napoleon, though guiding
ence has shown to be erroneous and danger
ter without them.” “0 no, sir. You al Empires, found time to converse wish books.
ous. Many persons on the watt that sweeps
ways call me your little bird, and bow does a
Every young man should cultivate habits
JACKSONVILLE LODGE No 10
the country to-day believe it to be nothing
bird look without feathers ?”
industry, before he loses the power by con
| law governing all the States. The Fifteenth short of down right treason to write or speak
OLDS ITS REGULAR MEETINGS ON
“Mammy I” said a little fellow, just big tact with the worthless and the impure. A
Amendment was secured by fraud, trickery in behalf of the ancient principles of Democ
every Saturday evening at the Odd Fellows'
. and for ’e. The people of Missouri, Kansas, racy and the Constitution. These men are enough to gobble doughnuts, but who didn't little less time in pleasure, and a little more
Hall. Brothers in irood standing nre invited to
JAMES BUCKLEY, N. G.
California St., (Up Stair«,) over Reames Connecticut, New York, Michigan, Indium puffed upon error, and will not li. ten to truth. like to rock the cradle of his baby brother, money in books, would not deprive you of
THOS. PAULSON, R. Secy.
* Wilson»« Livery Stable,
“nd Ohio VO‘*J nKni,‘8t i,s vital l‘rinci‘,le8’ To use a Scriptural phrase, they are “joined • >f whom he professed to be very fond— tery 1 ¡ much enjoyment, and might confer upon you
J ohn B ilger , )
yet the Representatives they ejected at the to their id.,Is,” and truth is nut be injured ¡ “Mammy ! if t: e Lord’s got «ny more babies much profit.
H. K lippel , > Trustees.
11. V. H elms , )
J time they So Voted, indorsed the outrageous by lotting them alone. The time is not fur to give away, do«’/you faAe tm .' ’
Leave oft’dreaming and go to work. One
Regular Rabekah Degree meeting, last Monday I
sunk in the gloomy cycles of the past, when
night of each month, at 7i o’clock p. m.
A man. stopping bis paper, wrote to the hour evt'ry n‘Kht after business would be
and instructions of the people, while the intolerance prevailed to such an extent that editor : “I think folks utteut to «pend their mor® thiU1 ‘wo whole days a month, and
May 1st, 1869.
Southern States were by force and fraud com actual violence was resorted to by the domi niunny for payper, mi d.idda diddent and enough to accomplish feats of learning. All
C. AV. K All LEK,
pelled to adopt it. Tl un both these amend nant party, against the men who dared to everybody sed he was the intelligentes man have the chance ; tliey only want the inclina
ments having been illegally and wrongfully utterance to the honest convictions of their i in the country and had the smartest
Attorupy and Coinisdlor-at-Law,
tion. “If there be one thing on earth which
placed upon the statues, it beeoove« tilt mind. It was in tain th.it appeals were made of beiz that ever dugged taters.”
is truly admirable,” said Dr. Arnold, “it is
j champions of State rights nnd the friends of to the safeguards of the C institution, iu l e-
to see God’s wisdom blessing an inferiority of
¡Constitutional Government and citil liberty i half of tha freedom of speech, and of the
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and
natural powers, where they have been hon
other Courts of this State.
i to wipe them out at the first opportunity, and press, and of personal libeity. Tie mob acting priest asked the lady. “Wil: thou estly, truly and zealously cultivated.”
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
give the people of all the States the unre unreasoning as well as unrelenting, and well have this man to be thy wedded husband ?”
Above all things my young men reader*,
Jacobs—opposite Court House square.
stricted privilege of setting matters right. knew it was backed by men in bit’ll social she dropped the prettiest courtesy, and with forget not the words of the wise man; “the
DK. GEO. B. TOLMAN,
These are substantially the positions assumed position, who bad wrenched from tlie necessi a modesty which lent Iter beauty an addi lear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom,”
(late Surgeon V. S. Army,)
by Blair in his speech ; and it is worthy of ties of the Government but were too proud to tional grace, replied: “Ifyou pleas.”
and in acquiring the wisdom of this world,
note that thereupon be was elected to the participate in the actual work of violence.
Physician, Surgeon, and Accoucheur,
An Irish gentleman hearing of a friend neglect not tho things which are to come.
Senate of the United States by a large ma i That time has gone by, we trust, never to re bavin a stone coffin made for him«elf, ex
AYTILL PRACTICE IN JACKSON AND
Men of Mark in Quiver.
y y adjacent counties, and attend promptly to
aving a large and well select jority of the Missouri Legislature. The sen turn.
claimed ; “Dy me sow!, and that’s u good
all calls on pro esslonal bu.-iucs-.
Music in A sia .—TheAsiitic has no ear
ed asioitment of
timents of Biair may therefore be safely as
i lea! Sure an’ a stone ’ud last a man his
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
and no soul for music. Like other savages
sunted to be the sentiments uf the people of there is no difference between a white man lifetime!”
on 4th street, opposite the M. E. Church, Jack
and children, he loves a n vise, and plays on
and a negro. It maintains that negroes are
shrill pipes—on the tarabuca, on the tara or
There a*CB:>inc who think the position as much entitled to vote, hold office, and sit ¡ judge were colored, King Phillip, of Mace
tambourine, and a sharp, cne-«tringed fiddle
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
tnk'-n by Mr. B air rather too far advanced. on juries, as white men. This was nut the
¡don, removed him saying, “I coulj not think' orrahal. “Of course, in your first oriental
They argue that the amendments in ques opinion of Washington, Jefferson, Mad.sou,
I one that was faithless in his hair could be day,” says a traveller, “you will decline no
tion having got upon the statute books, should Clay Webster, and if it really be the true
I invitation; but you will grow gradually
trusty in his deeds.”
Opposite tlie Old
be allowed to remain there and acquiesced in theory of our Government, then the states
I d-“af to the entreaties of friends or dragomen
A Prussian officer being charged with
for all time, despite the objectionable charac men who shaped and controlled our institii-
NEW & FANCY TYPE, ter of their matter and influences and the un-1 lions from the organization of our Govern- stealing spoons, his King sent hitn before a to sally forth and bear music! You will
A rkansas L ivery S tabi e .
remind them that you d!il not come to the
doubted force and fraud which were resorted ' ment t i the advent of Radicalism, were either court martial. Butler, however, was only
East to go to Bedlam '. Tho absence of music
to in ord<r to place them in that position. profoundly ignorant, or inexcusably dishon sent to Congrers.
not so strange, fur silence is natural to the
E. H. GREENMAN,
We do not agree with this view of the case. ®st. But the Radical party discards all pre-
C. C. Boxen, the carpet-Lag Congressman 1 East and tropics. When sitting quietly at
r»lryHiciaxi <€s Burgoon,
We think the position assomen by Mr. Blair clients, and defies all authority, except such from Charleston, S. C., has three wives now
'¡home iu midsummer, sweeping ever sun-
OFFICE—At the U. S. HOTEL, on Califor
and the Democrats of Missouri is the correct as proceeds from the lights of its own organ living, and there are thirty five States yet to1 Ward ih the glowing heat, we at length reach
nia Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
one. The Democratic party fought the ques ization. Fortunately, it so happens that the: hear from.
Xir-Will practice in Jackson and adjueenteoun-
I the tropics in the fervor of a July noon.
tionable amendments earnestly—not factious views entertained by the Democracy upon the
ies, ar.d attend promptly to pro earionnl cnlh._
D ivorce M ade E ast .—One of Gov. Al The day is rapt, the birds and wind are still,
ly. and as a mere ephemeral parti-an policy, subject under consideration are sustained by
We are pr« pared to do all kinds of
DK. A. B. OVERBECK
and the morning sun glares silence on the
but upon principle. ’I hey opposed them be authority which does not proceed the states corn’s negro magistrates took the responsi
’ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR
world. 'I he Orieut is that primeval and
cause of the enormity of the'r provisions and men of the olden time, nor from a Democratic bility of issuing a writ of divorcement to a
GERY. «ltd rill attend promptly tu all calls
perpetual noon, that the very heat explains
on professional business, llis office and residence
<>f the pernicious influences they were calcu son co, but from one whose memory s:anls colored couple, tired of coauubial bliss. This
to you the voluptuous elaboration of its ar
are at .
is a true copy of it:
lated to exert; because they were a direct high in the affections of the Radical partv.
The Overbeck Hospital,
the brilliancy of its costume, the
“Miss Lindy, this is to certify that James
blow at State rights and intended nnd pro We refer to Abraham Lincoln. This man
On Oregon Str et. Jacksonville. Oregon.
picturesqueness of its life. But no Mozart
vided to destroy what, according to the Dem was the great avant courier of the R idieal Chapman arid Jenny Williams has this day
o. a. rka .
JAMES D. #AT.
was needed to sow Persian gardens with
ocratic creed of political faith, are the true pirtv. He marshaled its forces, and kd hem separated before me, and you and he are at
FAY & REA
T. roses breathing love and beauty ; no Beetho
corner stone and foundations of I berty aud to the first great victory they ever achieved. liberty to marry whenever you will.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
ven to build Himalayas; no IUssini to
Attorneys and Counsellors-at.Law,
Republican Government. The Democratic He was their idol and his memory is cherish il. Clay.”
sparkle and sing with the birds and streams.
OFFICE—In Court Ilonse, up stairs.
party resisted every advance of the amend ed by all Radicals, with a fervor that pene
The Philadelphia Press says if our Con Those realities are there of which the compo
ments on the well taken ground that each trates to the heart’s core. Now, then, if we gressmen, after a sharp debate, do not sers are the poets to Western imaginations.
Will practice in the Supreme an i other Courts
of this State.
advance was made in violation of constitu can show that there is a difference between u embrace their opponent«, as French Assem
In the East you see and feel music but hear
tional principles, in con I r.i ven tion of the re white man and a negro, that the former is bl) men Jo, they ask aach Other to drink.
Particular attention paid to the collection
it never, except in the riel, and flowing deep
of Claims against the Federal and State Govern
served rights of the people aD<l conceived in superior, and the latter inierior, by quoting which is just as affectionat.
and solemn chant of the surpliccd novitiates
ments, the-En try of Lands under the Pre-emption
fraud aud iniquity. Shall we. then—can we the words of Mr. Lincoln, we may at least
and llomsstead Laws, aixl to the Entry of Mineral
Greeley says “hay” before answering a —the priests, monks, nuns and friar« that
with honesty to ourselves nnd principles— claim exert ption from the charge of copper question, saeh is his love of agriculture, Fays
Lodes under the recent Act of Congress.
carry music wherever the sublime beauties of
accept as final and unchangeable a dangerous head ism, mid if our reasoning fails to con
DK. W. JACKSON,
the Christian religion are introduced.
' measure established l»v force and fraud ? If vince any confirmed Radical, the fault is Mr.
Mr. Woodman, of Ohio, has eloped with
A fter D inner N aps . —Many persons are
we d > so the Democratic party may us well dis Lincoln’s as much ns ours. Mr. Lincoln,
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by
the habit of sleeping half an hour or an
solemnly and publicly, declared that he “never
Dr. E. H. Greenman, corner California and Fifth
Streets. All styles of Dental work done on short
hour immediately after dinner. Th:« ia a
which to hang a principle, or rather w ill not was in favor of making voters, or jurats, of that tree are in order.
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
A Western editor, going home late, saw bad practice. Ten minutes’ sleep before din
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
extracted without puin by the use of the late
If we conclude to accept as final the un fice. The reader will note that he deniel “n young lady and gentleman holding a gate ner is worth more than hour after; it rest«
method of local anosthesia. Ail work warranted.
constitutional Acts of reconstruction nnd the their qualification to hold office, and he was on its binges. They were evidently indig and refre shes and repairs. If sleep is taken
amendments, we cannot consistently do les* opposed to qualifying them.”
Nov. 26th. 1869.
mint at being out so late, and we saw them alter dinner, it should be in a sitting posture,
tan to accept all their logical results ns final
■ia the horizontal position is unfavorable to
This leads to strong condemnation of the bite each other several times.”
healthy digestion. Let those who need rest
al! the rapacious and unconstitutional acts policy of the administration, in expending
During the siege of Paris, Baron Roths
and sleep through the dav, take it before din
radical legislation And their results a* immense sums of the people’s money in an
ner, instead of after, and they will soon find
fins nd not to be disturbed. To be 1 tgically eff >rt to educate the rude negroes of the
for a pheasant. He was forced to take fifty that they will feel better, and that their di
consistent, if we accept ti»e fnregi ing—if we
sparrows instead, fur a pot-pie, at ten fraucs
gestion will improve thereby.— Herald of
do not take the position adopted in Missouri— affirmed thnt there was a “physical difference
we must also accept the radical protective between the white and black races,” and
aving located in J acksonville ,
high tariff, the radical high rates of internal that while the two races remained together A maiden lady at Sparksville, living alone,
informs the citisens of this place and vicinity
A party of respcctuu.c Uuicagu ladies have
that he is now prepared to take orders for all kinds
taxation, the radical usurpations, the radical “there must be the position of superior and hangs an old plug hut in her hall, tn frighten
ot gents’ and boy’s clothing at reasonable prices.
formed a society for reclaiming young men,
corruptions, the radical military interference inferior,” and he was in favor of having the burglars by indicating m ile occupants.
and they go about the streets nights and pick
jser* C leaning and R epairing done.
with elections, the radical hordes of office “superior position assigned to the white
Texas has a new game of cards—one
up young men who show signs of dissipation,
July 2d, 1879._________________ jly2 tf.
holders—all, all of these we must accept as race.” Mr. Lincoln was distinguished for player Imlds a revolver, the other holds the
invite them to their houses, and treat them to
the possession of strong common sense and a cards while the curouer holds the inquest.
final and not to be disturbed.
ice «ream, chicken salad, etc., and let them
He mutt accept the whole situation as it is. keenness in detecting the current of public
A minister in Salem took for his text— go home sober. Half of the young men in
and cease opposition to the dominant party. feeling, nnd in giving expression to the view,
flesh, the world, and the devil,” and the city lie around the streets nights to be
or the Democratic party must he true to it« i we have quoted, he touched a popular chord,
which vibrated then in every white man’s informed his astonished audiet.ee that lie I taken in.
uncient faith, true to its traditions, true to its bosom aod vibrates vet, and will continue, in
should “dwell briefly in the flesh, paws
L iberal . —A. T. S;ewart, of New York,
past history, true to the cause of libcrtv und 1 defiance of the nmrbid efforts of Radical
to dispatch this week a vessel ludeQ
to the Constitution, and assume the broad I j mrnals and orators to suppress it, This
C hoice liquors and cigars con
with 5.000 b «rrels of floar for tho sufferers ia
And all other kinds of printing required
and impregnable position taken by the Dem
open to the charge of cop per head i«im, but as
to be done in the community, on
ocrats of Missouri. Anything less than this wo have taken the precaution to plant our
▼•ry reasonable terms.
will ba only to engage in a factious fight fur selves on the platform of the late lamented who was only one hundred and seven years
Beecher is so go ,d a horticulturist that he
You who want Job Printing done, give party spoils with a well organised nnd pow- Lincoln, we feel entirely safe from the puis old. The excessive use of tobacco cut bi in
12 -2 Cent«.
us a call
—satisfy yon both in styleand
can raise his own etbry
off in hi« prime.
erfui opponent—to enter’ upon a contest that oned arrows of Radicalism.— The Paper.
Joly 17tb, 186».
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
Tisinis m hies tins: