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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1871)
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1871.
Every variety of Job Work executed with neat
aess and dispatch, at reasonable rates.
^^■LEGAL TLNI^ERS taken at par for
The Knot of Blue ani Gray
' A True Insight into Ku Klux Outrages. • A G iiiev .- vs W rong .—There is "J. the
cat of common sense in the following para
In the Senate, Senator Stevens, of Ken graph from the Manufacturer and Builder:
Upon my bosom lies
F irst JvniciAU D istrict .—Circuit Judge, P.
A kot of blue and gray ;
Why is it that there is such a repugnance
tucky. teiitilates the Ku Klux outrages in a
What a Woman Needs-
p. I’rim ; Prosecuting Attorney. II. K. llann.i.
You ask me why ; tears fill my eyes,
.7«c5«oa t’-niaO/—Circuit Court, Second Monday
As low to you I say,—
that the Radicals are howling s» lustily over. to a trade? A skilled mechanic is an inde
in February anil November. County Court, fir»t
In the changing scenes of a woman’s life—
Monday iu each month.
The pe pic should know the warping and pendent man. Go where be willv bis craft so fruught with joys und suffering u man can
I had two brothers once,
twisting’the dying partv is Inking to magni wi I bring him suppoit. He need a-k favors
Coua'y 0.',’?••<-»•«—Judge. T. II. B. Shipley;
never know—the love and kindness of a true
Warm-hoarted, bold and gay ;
Clerk, Silas J. Day: Sheriff, Henry Klippel;
fying outrages to their ncc< ur t :
of none. He has literally his fortune in bis
T ev.ity Sheriff. E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
hearted husband sni'mtlis every ripple of care
Some time in January it became neccs’nry own bands. Yet fooli-h parents—ambitious
uber ; Assessor, David Redpath : County Com-
The other wore the gray.
trom her heart and fills it with a lasting hap
.issioners, J >hn S. Herrin. Thoma* Wright ;
to appoint a mini agent on this route, fr<>ui that their s >ns should “rise in the world,” as
•School Snperintendent, Wm. M. Turner ; Survey
One rode with Stonewall and his men,
L >n:svi!le t • Lexington, and there were a liiey say—are more willing that they shotihi
or, J. S Howard ; Coroner. L. Gauting-
Woman is great in her itrength and weak
And joined hit fate to Lee ;
number of Federal soldiers, worthy, upright s udy for a profession, with the chances of
Jttd.-Mi trills Prerinct.— Justiee of the Peace,
ness. Strong to suffer in mind and body,
The other followed Sherman’s march
men, in good standing in the Republican even moderate snceess’heavily against them, |
James It. IlsoO ; Constab,*, N. Stephenson.
when su¡»potted by toe arms of hive, but oh !
Triumphant to tho san.
party, who were applicants for that position. «.r run the risk of spending their manhood in:
—Trustees. James A. Wit-
so weak when unloved and unappreciated.
son, N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J.
They were well recommended. They had the ignoble task of retailing dry goods, <>r of
In her weakness l»»oking to n an as her pro
Both fought for what they deemed the right,
-S. H-ward . Recorder, U. S. Hayden; Trea.--
earned some recognition from the Government toiling laboriously at the nccountunt'a desk,
mrer, Henrv Dape ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel-
And died with sword in hand ;
tector, if she fails to inspire him with a deep
for servicis performed in the war. Over than leurn them a trade which would bring
One sleeps amid Virginia's hills,
•■ense of his obligation to guard her tenderly,
J osephine cocntv .
their heads t< negro, by the name of Gibson, them manly strength, health and independ
And one iu Georgia’s »and.
lovingly, then is the life of a vri/e a failure.
County Ojfierrt.— Judge, J. 3. Sifer* ; Sheriff,
was appointed, and their claims overlooked. ence. In point of fact, the method they
Pauiel L. Green ; Clerk. Charles Hughes ; Asses
A young rnan who strives by industry,
The tame tun shines upon their graves,
Ho was the first negro mail agent that we choo>e is the one least likely to achieve the
sor, R. E. Fotey; Treasurer. Wm. Naucke ;
and g'-od habits to become a reliable
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson. II. Wood
My 1 ove unchanged must stay ;
had ever had in the Commonwealth of Ken advancement aimed at, for the supply of can
o .ek ; School Superintend».nt, R. R. Mid.lle»-
respected ma;» among men. finds the door to
And so upon my bosom lies
tucky. It was an unusual spectacle. These ¿¡dates for positions as “errand boys,” dry
-ome worthy, noble maiden heart open fur
This knot of blue and gray.
R< publican applicants, worthy, clever men, goods clerk", and kindred occupations, i« no
,/i^irfihiitt Couuty. — Circuit Court. 2<i Monday
his niiinittance, and lie can make a fair choice
in Aj.nl and Fourth Mon tay iu October. County
good soldiers, were justly excited and indig furiously overstocked ; w hile, on the other
Court, First Mouday id January, April, July and
Ancient American Giants—Singular nant that their claims should be overlooked, hand, the demand for really skilled mechanics m taking a wife. But if he has not cultivated
he finer qualities of his nature, even a true
and that this negro, who had done nothing, of every description, is as not»»ri >u*ly beyond
and worthy man will unwittingly wound the
.»liould be put over their heads. Was that the supply. The crying need of this country j
Since the result of Governor Amy’s explo unnatural? But the negro came up, on the today is for skilled labor; and that father! delicate, sensitive nature of his wife, and a
rations in New Mexico was made public, 2Gth January, 1871, to a station some eight who neglects to provide his son with a useful longing, hungering void in her heart will not
there h»s bcWti no discovery of more interest or ten miles from Frankfort, called North trade, and to see that he thoroughly masters i be fi.led. Men who do not studv themselves
to the American archtv >h>gist than the one Benson. Ten minutes before the train ar it. doe- him a grerious wrong, and runs the and the nr.ture ot woman, may never hope to
alleged to have been made in Iowa, on the line rived, thiee or four men, whose names were risk of helping, by so much, to increase the approach her most sacred inner soul without
JACKSONVILLE LODGE Xo. IO
of the projected Dubuque & Minnesota rail unknown to tlie mail agent nt that station, stock of idle ami dependent, if not vicious, desecrating arid trampling upon precious,
road. The workmen, w hile engaged in ex dismounted, and one of them, brandishing a members of s »ci-’ty. It is stated in the re beautiful flowers, which, when understood,
OLDS ITS REGULAR MEETINGS ON
i-avating for the road, in the limestone, nt pistol, said He inti-nded to kill 'be negro mail port of the Prison A-soci itimis, lately issued, yield the richest perfume to life.
every Saturday evening at the Otlti Fellows’
Love at first sight is not the kind of devo
Hall. Brother.« in s»«l standing are invited to
the foot of the bluff, Mire said to have come agent. This gentleman said to his friends, that of fourteen th» usand five hundred and
JAMES BUCKLEY. N. G.
California St., (Up Stairs.) over Reamcs upon a flat stone covered with strange char
tion which may be relied upon to brave the
“Disarm tint man; be is drunk.’’ They ninety-six prisoners confined in the peniten
Tito’s. PAULSON, R. Secy.
& Wilson’s Livery Stable,
acters. 'I lli« being rem »ved, opened the way did so. He surrendered his pistol before the tiarie< of thirty States, in 1867, seventy seven storms of a lifetime ; but when the heart
J ohx B ilger ,
II. K i . ippkl , :• Trustees.
into a passage about four feet wide and six train arrived and gave it up. When the per cent., or over ten thousand of the num counsels with judgment and reason as to the
It. V. H elms , )
feet high, leading directly into the heart of train did arrive, being on the platfr rm un b»-r, had never learned a trade. The fact adaptability of natures and dispositions, and
Regular R»’>ck:»h Degree mooting, la't Monday
the bluff. At the distance of nb iut fifty feet armed, tl.is man perhaps did attempt to catch conv-ys a le s >n of hmfouml interest to those all most heartily approve the choice, then
night of each month, at 7} o’clock p. m.
May 1st. IS0V.
from the entrance another stone, similar to hold of the mail ugent. lie was shoved off, who have in charge the (raining of b >ys, trod may a man or woman believe in a lifelong
happiness. Woman must have greater risks
the first, had to be removed, when a large and the mail went on. As soon us I heard ikgiris to», for the active duties of life.
c W. KAiiLEB,
in the matrimonial compact iliaft men, but
chamber revealld itself, cut out of the solid of it, being then Governor of Kentucky, and
rock, about twenty five feet square and having no power to act except upon the Com
C ash V alue <> f a L ab » ring M an .—It is both need to ponder the steps well before
Atbnipv a;rJ Couiistilor-al-Law,
twenty feet high, 'l'he floor was hard and plaint of miine civil magistrate, I dir-patched frequently remarked of pers ns who do not taking it. A young man win» has no settled
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. smooth, w hile the walls and ro».f were carted the Adjutant General of the State to inquire possess any property and who depend upon purposes or principles, no habits of industry,
in a fort of rude Lasso relieco, with figures into the facts and report them to tie.
their daily lab >r for the support of themselve- economy or ambition to be somebody in the
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and
world, nee»i not expect to become a happy
other Court' of this St ite.
of birds, tree ', serpen s. and chariots. The
The circumstance I have detailed occurred tiR-1 families that they are “worth nothing”
OFFICE—In bnihTing formerly occupied by 0.
south wall was adorned “with a representa on the 2Ctli day of January. 1871. I re financially speaking Tins language is gen busband. For if lie marries a woman of
Jacobs—-npp<>-‘ ite Cellit House square.
w hom he is worthy, she is not fitted to make
tion of the sun, and immediately bel >w this mained in Frankfort as the Governor of the erally indulged in bv men in the community
Dr. L. T. D 4 VIS,
the figure of a man in the act of stepping out Commonwealth umil the 13th ol February, who s vie themselves business men. and who good wife. And if by chance a silly love
of a b«it, and holding in his hand a d >ve.’’ 1871. A small guard of ten soldiers was put get rich eff the necessities of other men. sick idea enters the head of a really good
girl who marries him against the judgment
So far the r» relations w ere not very <1 fl’< riht ; on the tra ns. There was no disturbance. I . Let u« examine the qttesl'.on financial v, and
loving parents, bis own unsteady life will
Opposite t he Did
: from many prt vious one" in similar caves and heard no threats. I remained in Frankfort 'see if their assertions are correct.
■ I AVINO A LARGE AND WELL SELECT-
plant the weeds of discontent and unhappi*
rock cham!»-s thr aglmut our Western conn until the latter part of February; still I
Last year the price of common la’nr aver
I 1 ed ajsurtBient of
try. But the m »t ciritias part of the dis heard no threats. Bat su luenly, on the 3d aged SI,5ft per d >y. Admitting that the ties- where flowers might have blossomed.
S tabi e .
Such a man cannot know what real happi
covery was yet to come. A flat slab in the of March the mail is stopped, and the ground laborer received $1,50 per day, and that it
is. If a woman descends in marriage
floor of 'lie c.^rern being raised, revealed be given is the outrage uii the 2 »th of January, required the whole of that sum to support
low a vault filled with skeletons of :init-ual l'he Federal C U:t. the Federal officers knew his fa mily, neverthe! ss we contend that the sooner or later she must be dragged down to
dà €. 1.
the level o! her husband, no matter how high
-iz”, the larges: being seven feet eight inches
1VILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR
bo the man was who attempted this out laborer was worth, in cash to his family, the her ambition;», how noble her purposes, how
il GERY, aal will alten l pncnptly to all cali»
iong by actual measurement. By ti e side of rage. He did not live there; his politics are sum of $7.989.
fi ted to shine among the cultured and re
4>n prufe?si"itai bu-iue.-.*. ll.s office and resideuee
The amount he would receive for one year's fined.
not disclosed. Why did nut the Federal
To find the right one !
The Overbeck IIo>pital,
yellow earth, ber.cath which were found ani authorities arrest him for an aggression upon labor, at $1.50 per day, would be $475,00,
Ah, that were a difficult task indeed.
Oa ÙrvX 'U Suecl. Juck«uuvi.Uc. Grcg-.n.
I in il bones and p irticlesol animal matter. The
a Federal agent ? It was a crime. 1 made which would be the interest, at six per cent.,
Only the uncertain Future can prove the
skeletons were placed in a semi circle towards It the subject of a special mc-snge. I spoke on $7.389, which latter sum would le the choice a wise one, or that hearts have been
I». B. REA
JAMES B. FAT.
the southeast.— Pittsburgh Commercial.
FAY & KEt
a* 1 speak tiow—I do not cure who he was— cash value of the laboring man to bis family. deceived, sacrificed upon unworthy altars, or
The cash value of tho laboring man to the thrown upon the world for sympathy and
in terms of the strongest condemnation ; and
Attorneys and Counseltors-attLaw,
How to be Miserable.
think all good men of every party ugree community is much m >re than the nbove
L >ve curdles nt such unfoldmenfs! And
OFFICE—In Court II nse, up stairs.
with me. But why was he not brought to named suin, as labor is the only true Wealth the work! gives to di-appointed hungrv heart-
Will practice ia the Sa reine an 1 other Courts
Sit by the wind »w and look over the way trial? It was an inleference with a mail of any country. Without labor our forges, ed woman the sympathy of the destroyer—
of this State.
to your neighbor’s excellent mansion, which route; the Federal Courts had j.iristliction. furnaces, woolen mills, and indeed manufac the protection thn' wolves give to lambs.
Oh. it is’a fearful thing to love—opening
le has recently built and paid for, and lilted Why was he not indicted? Why was he not tories of all kind«, would cease to be. The
Particular attention pai>l to thè c>llection
gate or hell s.
of C ialina xgaiu-t thè Fedirai and State Govern
We are prepared to do all kinds of
out, and say :
tried ? Then, 1 presume, the world would music of the loom and shuttle wotild be
Friendship were far safer.
ment«, thè Entry of Limi« under thè Pre-èmption
“Oli, that I were a rich man !”
Even in choosing a life companion a deep,
know what hi? politics arc. Now, let me Bilencril forever, Our national banks could
and lisa*Alterni Law», and t<» thè Entry of Minerai
fr ctxlsh’p based on harmonions na
Lode« under thè recent Aet «*f Conrress.
Get angry with your neighbor, and think tell mV honorable friend that whenever that close their doors, and our m»<st enterprising
taste«, is a most secure foundation
Dlt. W. JACKSON,
you Imve not a friend in ‘.lie world, Shed a is disclosed he will find out that the man was merchants take in dheir signs, Without
for n life happiness.
tear or two, and take a walk in the burial a Republican and not a Ku Klux [laughter] ; lab >r civ iiizati >n would recede ; nnl the bat
Then love will follow. Not the impetuous,
grupnd, continually saving to yourself;
tempest-tossing htve, a passion
Dental Rooms in buikbng ft rmcrly occupied by
its furv, and in the calm which
Dr. E. II. Greenman, corner California and Fifth
have as many Ku Kluxes ns the Democrats. chambers of nnr would he business men.
guides to a true basis, or *11
Streets. AU »tyles of Dental work done on short
Sign a note for a friend, and nV ver forget
Let the laboring men of the United States is l,>st —Imt a deep, heaven blessed union of
not.ee. at reduced prices. Particular attention
D epartment uf the I nterior , )
vour kindness, and every hour in the day
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
realize their true p isition. Let them reflect lives, of purposes, of interests, which mi.k*
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
eneral L and O ffice . Oct. 2 ), 1870.
extracted without pain by the use of the late
whisper to yourself—“I wonder if ho will
two hearts as one und every d<»y one of sun-
lion. A. A. Sargent, Washington City— that labor is honorable—that lab t is wealth
meth >4 of local anasthesia. Ail work warranted.
pay that note?”
Let him remember that they are a power in shii e.
Sir : In r» ply to your letter of the 31 st Au
Appreciation, sympathy in her, noblest
Think every one me ins to cheat you.
Nov. 20th. ISfiy.
gust last, coverii g one fr om II. S. Bradley, the State—that to them this great Govern- thoughts and aspirations, a soul to walk ride
Closely examine every bill you take, and
ment is indebted, for all it possesses of lib >y side in closest communion is what a wo*
>» Deputy Unite 1 States Surveyor, dated the
doubt its being genuine until you have put
glory, grandeur.— Industrial Protector. man nee.Is, b'vond the every day kindness
13«li ofaame month and year, and addressed
and thought fulness, for creature comforts.
your neighbar to a great deal of trouble.
But oh, how thtnkfuliy would multitudes
Pat confidence in nob-aly, and believe every
noble w-onen cl 'Be the inner tdnple to all
rn-iD you trade with to be a rogue.
G >d, if their busbinds would only speak
Evarts, the great lawyer, us to the Grant
Never accommodate if you can possible
m-times, and not treat them like
United States Land OfficetN by this office on the Sumner embroglio, and thus tell" it :
slave« of passion, nnd servants of their will!
aving located in J acksonville ,
Reporter—Do you consider this action of
Woman gives all to the man she marries.
informs the citizens of this place and vicinity
Never visit the sick or afflicted, and never 8tb of August last, in relation to the’surwy
holds the dearest hopes of her life in his
th.it'he is now prepare 1 to take orders for al! kiJtis
give a farthing to assist. the poor.
ot gent.»’ and boy’s clothing at reasonable prices.
hands. A nd Imw often does she pray tn God,
Buy as cheap ns you enn and Bercw down
Mr. Evarts—I have but or.e word to sny on I nthed in the misery of neglect and brnkeo
gJT C i - kj A hro and R epairing done.
the lowest mill. Grind the faces and grunting the right of way to ditch and cannl
rows, that He will have mercy, and take
owners over the public lands, and npprbvtd that subject. The party that can present back the life given only to t-»rture and suffer
_July 2d, H79.____________
hearts of the unfortunuto.
Brood over your misfortunes, your lack of July 9ih, 1870, copy of which is herewith nothing noticeable to the public except its ing. Thoughtless husbands know not the
quarrels cannot long expect to maintain the sadness which lives in the hearts of their pa
talents, and believe that at no distant day inch'sed.
tient. waiting wives.
It will be perceived on the first page of the confidence of the people.
you will come to want. Let tho workhouse
And there nre secrets of broken hearts
Reporter—What is the feeling among lead charged in a Higher Record ngninst tnen
he ever in your m od, with all the horrors of circular, that Surveyois General were author,
ised to have the subdivision uf forty acre le ing Republicans.
whom the world fl liters ah«l introduces to a
distress and poverty.
new wife, while the first snows are fulling oa
Follow these recipes strictly, and you will gal subdivisions into ten acre tracts tnadn
/ y 1H0ICB
HOICK LIQUORS AND CIGARS CON-
to your heart’s c<m|ent—if we when applied for by claimants, and at their
kind In their cold purity—covering
r ot hand.
great degree the political fortunes of the par her More
from the frosts and blasts of winter—than
may so speak—sick nt heart and at variance eo»t ; and under the twenty third head of the
ty are uommitted cannot better control him- was he who promised to love, cherish and
with the world. Nothing will cheer or en «ante circular, the Land Officers were inform
self aud consider those interests.
courage you, nothing will throw a gleam of ed that placer claimajpi« desiring the subdi
Oh, if men would he kind nnd true and
sunshine or a ny of warmth into your heart. vision of a quarter section, the service may
P rogress of T kctii .—It is not often that loving. If they would have their breath
be performed by county un 1 local surveyors,
Jaly 17th. 1869.
the secular press is indorsed from the pulpit, pure and sweet, that, the home atmosphere
The New York Express strikes the nail on at the expense of the claimants, ns required but Rev. De Witt Talrnadge, in a recent ad might not be tainted. If they would be pru
the head io t|ie following paragraph : Tying* > y the sixteenth section of the amendatory dress, u.-ed the following remark:» bio lan dent nnd industrious, that the growing tiece«-
law. As to the particular method of aubd -
rities of their increasing families might be
the hands of the South, politically, by the
HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING FULLY
Federal Government, and then abusing it for
If they would spend their m?ney upon de
refitted this -Id and'favorite place of resnrt,
havc to observe that they are susceptible of
not doing more for its people 1 So. al*o, the
voted homes ones, rather than upon heartless,
now offer* the ve-y best of liquor* and Began at
being subdivided either into squire Ims >f
deceiiful «trange-s 1
act making the negroes the masters Of the
12 1-# CENTS.
Gospel is preached, ignorance is cast ou’,
If they would refuse to enrich the coffers
The.Saloon is jwtpt* odious, the billiard table*
white people, and then abusing the white twenty chains, by running, measuring, and
oppression dethroned, grime extirpated, th? of <yro r sellers !
are of the latest and most improved pattern, and
I people for not giving the best education to
marking lines in the field due east and west. world raised, Heaven rejoiced, and Go»
Then would eareworn. dr.ioping. despair-
the wants of guests promptly supplied.
women l.«<»k un. and. with new hopes
glorified. In the clanking of the printing
BO x»olnr» of Billiard» F>4,*- Drtnka.
smiling upon their f'ce«, bv energetic devo
And all othsr kinds of printing required
is not only an impertinence and a folly, but subdivisions desired to be subdivided into
press, as the sheets fly out, I hear the Lord tion t<> home happiness, bless husband and
to be done in the community, on
it is meant as an affront to a people who, il ten aute lots, and in regard to which tnetlmd
Those knowing themselves indebted to me will
very reasonable terms.
the Surveyors General have this day been in- Almighty proclaiming to the nations of the chit.lren. who now wonder at neglected du
left to themselves, would do many times m>-re snaeted. I atn, very respectfullv, y«Hir »>be- earth. ‘Liztrus, coma forth!’ And to the ties. Inst nmhiti ms. nnd coin ort dving out in
do well to sail without delay and settle, as I must
You who want Job Printing done, give for practical education than tie Federal Gov dieui servunt,
havc money, and that soon.
Ju6. S. WlLSoJt,
retiring surge« uf durkneas ‘Let there be, t«m-'<ler»ng
«m-’lderin embers upou the domestic hearth.
us n call, and we will satisfy you both in styleand
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
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