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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1871)
HOW HIGH IS THAT ?
A Significant Admission.
H omicide . —We paid a
¡SCootillg (' living” was formerly orthodox)
The question of bringing witter upon our Visit to Corvatlis last Wednesday, and Icumi
A nother S hooting A ffray .—Last Satur
The Democrats in Congress have been do
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1871.
mining grounds is nn interest in which the i that plr asant c< mmuniiy cotisideialdy ex I
as the West Side mail was going down,
ing good service in exposing the true clnuac-
•>eop’e of the entiie county sin uld lu enli«ti d. ci iil about the Philnmelh homicide ease. II
a difficulty arose between the catri r, Win.
ter of the pe’j ired tes'imony by which the
E. D. FOUDRAY.............. Business Agent.
The survey has pronounced the entcipr'se w hi< It «a« then on trial in the Circuit C« urt
R idical usurpers tue seeking to manufacturei Hopkins, at d the Post Master, Mr. Ilunsa
ptnc'ieab e. ns cio-ugli water can he l-r< ugln t r Ben'on coui.tv, Judge Timyet presiding. 1 public sentiment to justify them in disor- ker, at I’, nyd. !e, in this c untv. '1 he car
from the different streams crossing the line When we nirtvid at the court h. use 'ltf ex-
ganiz'ng the Southern States niid trampling rier rode off, telling Mr. Hunsaker lie would
of survey, and ut its upper terminus, on Em ainiii.ition i f witnesses had just closed and upon the liberties of their people. Never i‘‘settle with him to-inorn vv.'’ The morrow
¡grant creek, to meet the deDtinnd« of the tl.e argutui n s if Counsel commenced.
I (Sunday) came, «nd after Hunsaker bad
The Loyalty that Pays.
was their laid bare so damnable and atr<>ciou»
mining camps the ditch would cover, frat .Messrs. Fitch, Burnett and Kelsny vvete fi r a conspiracy against free government as that chai gel the mail, which Hopkins had
brought up from below, Hopkins told him he
Qen. William A. Lawrence, late pension least five months in the year. Such is the the prosecution, and Me-srs. Williams A involved in this so called Ku Klux legisla
was ready to settle that trouble, and coin
agent in New York, made a little mistake to report of Mr. Howard, the Survey r, t tid I'hay t r o( 1’. rtiand, at.d Strahan and Ciien tion. It is a deliberate insult to the people
coat. Hunsaker be
the snug little amount of $.30,000, in tne Mr. Piymale, who took per« mill observations .Wetli, of CotVallis, defended. This etu >f this country, whose demands f >r revenue menced to pull off his
of legal t.i'- reform a reduciim ol taxation, the a alioli - an to pull off lii< coat, when his wife inter-
rendition of I»is accounts, and immediately along the proposed line. The practical jr.dg i taeed a strong at.d able arr;iv
him away. At this
left without explaining the vacuum in the merits of both these gentlemen is highly re ••nt, an J of e< urso the case was conducted tion of thieving protective tariffs and eorrt-c- fered, and tried to take
juncture, Hopkins drew a Dei ringer and filed
treasury bag that had been committed to liable. 1 he budding the ditch is certainly upon each side with great skill and ability. tion of abuses generally, are thus met by | at Hunsaker, withbut,
however, doing anv
him for tender keeping. He has left, and then a feasible question, nt d active mcasurts The arguments of counsel occupied nearly the semi declaration of war Bpa.nst the!
» ,. ...... the
«I t the entire dav, and attracted an immense i South, predicated upon falsehoods us black 1 i damage. Hopkins went on Ids wav. A
leaves no tracks telling which way tc went. I -liould nt once b-* taken .. towards
war runt was i-sU'd here l>V Justice Sliies,
No reward has been yet offered ; nor any de means of putting the enterprise in moron. 1 crowd to the c. urt house, among wliont were 1« the hearts <>f the thieving sCalia wags ami |
and the Sheriff sent after il ipkins. He was
prisoner, Eli Mnsm.— carpet-baggers who oiiginatcd them.
tective has been placed on his trad by the I’lie people have just to III. ve mid the ti;iii'j lit.lv fi ty li.dies. The prisoner
umi brought Lack bv
Imps 28 years, and of
can be dme, without anv outside aid. W< 1 a vm.ig man of pei
Honest Chief, under whom ho held his offi-e.
a..5 taken before Justice Stiles
—sat in the
have the means w ithin ourselve—the outlays I innocent, harmless np]:<
Loyalty covers a rnulitude of tins. He was
.... The Attorney for defend
dock beiddc hi» young wile, who bore in her
said to have been enormously loyal—in mid expendituri s can all l e out passed right
troduc-; ,U|t demandc I his release, on the ground that
arms an infant b.ibt* ; he was also surround
tensely Republican ; for years ho has been at home. A few facts and figures reviewed.
r<solu-¡.¡le warrant was imperfect, and that tlx*
id by his gray haind parents ami a numer
blatent in denouncing traitors and copper will demonstrate the practicability <>f the
in the. (jliurt, had no right to hold the prisoner, Tie
• ms circle of relatives. ali of win in displayed
heads. He loved Grant and. Grant lured operaiion. The line smveved from J. ck-on
C,,m t. granted the demand, released the priS-
the most a'l'ecti. ii.-ite Solicitude for him.and
him. His loyal stealings enabled h m to vide t > the point i f tapping Emigrant cieek
|oner, who immediately “dusted,” and h as
the strongest sympathy in Ids behalf. Tl Ir ttess Prevailed—
contribute $5,000 towards the purchase and makes in all 5S nii'es. A ditch seven feet
wide at the top, three m.d one half feet alike pt isoin r hut si If evinced the deepest emotion ¡front the Confederate armies bid defiance to n q since been heard front.
fitting up a palatial residence for his adored
ave received , as usual , the first
during the pr< gress of the arguments, and ¡State authoiitv, anil that there was no pro-! A t ErGF.M-:.—A gentleman just down front
and best stock of SPRING and SUMMER
Patron. He thus performed his dmies laith- bottom, mid three and one-lmlf feet de* p, will
i GitODS there is tu be fuund this side of San Fran-
giiHt scalding tears almost cotit.nu.ili v !'ection for “l>val” people in person nr prop ! Eugene says that last week, when it was pos
fully; and finally concluded the office would
coursrd tach other down his cheek» and fill er'y. It so happens that the State <>f Virgin itivelv known that the railroad would t
pay better by leaving it minus the $3,006 ply of water. The entire length of Hie line
upon tie lobes i>f the Sobbing wife and inno lia ha« a Rad.cal and a Conservative Senator that place, town property doubled in value
that should have gone to pay the pensioners w.iu'd be 18.560 rods,e wh ch, upon u reason
upon the floor—Lewis ami Johnston. ’I hey
cent Lube b side him.
at one jump, and
mol that tn
nt re real es*ute
and soldier’s who fir, fought, bled and died able culcuhit < n on the dimensions nboie
promptly ro«e ard protested that so fari
Al •out five o’cl. ck the arguments closed,
hands it : . four days than in the four
for the cause he was such a fair exponent o'.
and Judge Thayer delivered a clear and forci as their State was concerned the recitation : months preceding. We congratulate the
And so i ff goes another little debit to the
ble charge to the jury, who then retired and 1 was utterly false. Virginia never enjoyed 1 Eugeners on their apparent prosperity, but
people's side of the account. Well, the best the unfavorable ground over which the line
in about thirty minutes returned a verdict 0* more tranquility than at this time, and riever, advise them not to ‘‘slop over” in their
gorerment the world ever saw must be sup wou'd pass. Thia nt the rate of $1 50 per
wore the laws more rigidly enforced, or wa« upward tendency,
ported, of which he is one of whom. Don’t day for labor would co«t $41.062 for the la ‘‘Manslaughter.” The prisoner vvasotd*rid
order better maintained. This Sherman was
•top him—give him a chance to throw an bor for the given time to dig it. The fluming to appear fi r sentence on Thursday at 4
S alem , May 5.—The freight train bound
compelled to admit, and stated that A irginia
will enter outside this account ; but from the o’clock p. nt., ami the court ailjourmd.
other loyal trump.
¡north ran oil' the track near the depot tb s
L atkr —By private dispatch this (Friday)j wa« an exception.
favorable character of the ground « ill not add
“0 say ! darkies bah you seen him,
' >1' te: noon, caused bv a batid of horses, thrife
greatly tn this result. Bast d upon this rough mortiii g wc learn that Eli Mason was sen j Now see what an iidmission wa« here. ;of w hie it
Wid a mast ache on his face,
were killed. Several cars wire
Calculation, which we claim approximates ti need to one year in rhe Penitentiary anil to, Virginia ¡9 the only Southern State which smashed up but no one hurt. The passenger
G’win down de road dis morning
the probable cost, the enterprise is certainly pay a fine of $3 at.d costs of suit.—Demo was reeonpti acted under Democratic auspices, train going south is detained here b -night in
Like he’s g’win to leab dis place?
within the riaeh of our citizei s.
and came into the Union under the control of icoastquence.
Djse Republican ofuce-holders am good at run
If one thitd id the capital could be raised
a Democratic home administration,
in money, and one fifth in supplies, there are
carpet baggers, and Ra ical thieves g* neral y.:
Atlantic state News.
While de taxpayers dey can pay;
? parties here
It seems just like as Babylon’s filling
The news summary from Erance this week
Of the Very Latest Styles.
Ft: vnktort , M y 4th.—The Democratic
And da.t somebody's got dese bills to pay !” tract at once, and take the balance out in
iea by no means betoken peace to her in Im' water, were c >mjdete!y “cleaned out”
at tho ebciion two years ago. The people ■'tate C inventimi met y< sterdy, mul the fob
measure I sitpp i -s of water mi the completion nhnppy people. The intestine war
O xly 8157,000,003.— T.tis pretty little of the ditch. This proposition plum'd meet
:es ar.mod Par’s. The Ver-ail'ists wei e elected ¡in honest, straighrlorwaid Democrat I ivv ing ticket was nominated : F r Goveri
•urn is the complete figures on the annexa- approval, and a response to it would set the
ie Governor, and ¡1 Legislature in harmony n. r, F. II. Leslie; tor Lieutenant (i-,vei m>r.
prep iriug to storm P iris, while the Commun-
Bcheme, of the main features of winch are undertaking in m< tion. A nd it is a matter
i»ts «eie determinid to re-i»t the assault. with him, and the cons, quende is ill.it Vir •I. G. Carlisle; for Auditor, 1). H. Smith;
iuvolved fevers, poisonous insects and semi of moment that some <>f our most enierpri«.
ginia has been ev.*r since ¡1 model S ate. At e Io,-
1 reasurer, J
,J . »v. Tate; tor Superintendent
At <1 ffe-ent points around the citv lolly con
barbarized hegroes. The government paid ing and influential citizens take t i* thing in
Public liiktru tttoii, li. A. M. Henderson;
tested fighting vv en* constantly going < n ; and hear of no Ku Klux Klans there, or outra
Russia, a few years ago. $7,000 for a snow hard m.d pu*li it earnestly f>rwmd.
1 r li gister of Lind office, J A. Dawson;
t ,ie liest’ hlo. i| Of France was drench ng her
b.mk near the pole; mi where and when
r Attorney General, J >hn 11 >dman. R so
We I ere insert from one . f our Southern S 'il, mid what is to be the end of this ferri
A large assortment of FANCY G00T>5 ; in
this wild investment is to yield the / >vern-
lotions were adopted reaffirming ttie princi-
b’e intestine lint no one can foresee. The
fact, ever willing vou want Lum a NEEDLE to a
ment any per centum on the original mtt'uv, exchanges an account of n liorrib'e oirrage,
fighting so far Iris been desperate between Detnocracv means civ.l strife and s icical dis pbs announced by conventions hell since the FINE SILK DRE&S.
and the expenses of keeping enough of the as one iii'-'am e mui i g ninny t! nt I uve b- < n
bo’h factions, and the attack on the ei'y «ill order? A’.rginia is the only reconstructed war; declariig in favor of universal at.d uti
territory thawed for a garrison to do duty on.
State where the Democrats have had control quaLli <1 amnesty; a-ivocatiug a radical
be «’tended with untold horror«, such ns are
is beyond the ken of hum in conception. A nd tion,” f>r whose special benefit Iniest’gatii g
incident tn all intestines wars, and purlieu- I since Imr udmi-s on to the Union, and she i- reform in the revenue system; protesting
now to add $150,000,000, for a small a»ea <>f Committees nre hell, co-tieg th“ cotimrv
laily to the impetuosity of the French people. the only one, aec.i riling to 11.d.cal test.tn my,: against <• *ntralizat.on of the G ivernmeut and
insalubrious territory, im 1 dilapidated Afri ni Ili his of doll irs. mid Ku-Klux Bibs ; r»'
roja'J.m of ti e rights of the States; in-
J> S at -fnd «¡ill herself. Fraine will doubt a hit li is well g .verned.
Y' ti can suit yourself in STRAW and CASSI
can population, who are inc .pable of »elf- enaC.'id to encourage mid prot ci them in
the addresses of lb° Democratic CI ERE II VTS, Clothing of all Description, LIN
I «s sink tn ti one-man p >vver ; an i her
government, is a soci.l and financial outrige
dream- of a R-publiean government will bv South. As fa»t tiS these States p i.»s from til“! embers of Coi.gr.*-,«, and uniting with them EN COATS, BOOTS and SHOE-*, «nd a general
assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods.
upon the American peqde. The territory of »ee outraged I umnnitv dpi n >t meet out svm
rl>».nbcd into a central zed despotism to save C mtr. l of Radical thieves into the h.ii d-i l ID ceidctnning the uneou.sti.utioual arts of
We call special attention to our extensive stock
Florida, and all now he'd by the United
I lb. e A-I mini’trutmn, ami declaring tfiemselves
her peop e from self-deMruetioii.
the Dem ctats order aid thrift follow as a
Ladies, Misses and Children's California Made
States west of the M is« s-iopi, east only $10,-
natural cons quence. Since the I .st cL*e‘i'm iinalter.ibiy opjio-t.] to eery form of lawless- Shoes.
000, and all this was open c mtmon« to her
S c . vndin . vv an lviviiGRATt n —It appears
All those GOODS, ns well ns our large stock of
we hear no tn .re «counts <•! Ku-Klux rav.ig. s ; m-s, vvhe;her cmntnitted under cover o.
alla «. G a - ton Co., N.
ti.ar the S anilina Vian Immigrants tor Oregon
citizens to go* and Bettie upon—affording a
I C institutional enai tmen's or Organized Groeer.es, Tobacco and Liquors, nil! be sold at
Editor of the Southern II'/ii'C:— On ti e have two verv active agents 111 O.egon, at in North Carolina. All the testimony of the!
vast field for the enterprise of the white mar;
I a ds, an i we pledge ourse Ives, as occasion very low prices for C.1 >7/, uni to PROMPT,
Outrage Committee tola" .« to matters anteda
PA YISG CCSTOMLRS.
• ., •
this time, looking out locali i s fur them I
while the other is held by private grants, by
may ari>e. to u-e every loyal means to pre
ting that perio’l. and under Ih6 reign of the
herds of half civilzed negroes—leaving no the house of Mr. F el. Costner, mt oil. re R v. Mr. Frolrtcb -en and Mr. Hinson, «I10
F-£f“Be *ure and ('»11 ou Us. Good«
vent the one. and to have enacted such laws
of this cmntv, who Ini- • ave re<Ciily organ zed plans in this ciiv I infamous Holl nn. Alabama has recently
Shown with Pleasure':}“.-.
openining for our white cit izens, even if they spoctahb* c I:z HI
been living with his «<m mid d mjiitei- n I ivv ; prom .t ng emigtaiion of their countrymen t<> t> issed under Democratic control and tl.e
would wish to settle jit finch s »cietv. An I
ary to j ut down arid furnish protection of
mid while > ne <>! the villait s or ibly d. tail cd Oregon, «nd lor as-is iug them, after tlieii e fi. et is tit once apparent. Governor Lind-
where the purchase is to benefit our tax-
the yming man on the outside, the rtegm in- arrival le re, in procuring la ms or empi y s.iv l a« recently been on a vi-it t i Ne V
ridden people has not yet bpen demonstrated.
s Je the house athinpDd to violate i!.“ per tlteiit, ;.,« they may wi-11 or need. Rev. Mr. ami explained how these ‘ outrages’’
And the demonstration will only cane in in
our own Courts.
manufactured. “ 1 lie lact is,” said he.
the way of a few more nigger votes, at d a «•>n of Mr«. Costner, lb* vv..s thwarted it: r ridrichsen, who his l.itelv become the pas
N ew 5<> rk , May 4. — Resolutions were
adventurers who went there and obtained
herd of thieving capitalists on the in ¿dental his hellish purpose by the cries of Iw r hu« tor of the S.-utidinavian Church, has been
by special Committee, at the meet
were ca 1 i.g lor d.-legnled to us.‘ 'ft till where lands limy b<-i power and position through the instrumental
contracts that will attend the purchase, and band and fattier- in law VV
itv of the army li .ve been thrown overboard; ing of the R publican General C mnnittee,
.«(-.mi drcls. ( no < I Vi h in had tor those who may want
officials to govern these ileloctalde mokes. the gun. These
l.y the people, and now return home diseom- this evening, disapproving ilm action of the
Let the scheme go on, there surely will cmne was afterwards d S“ v cred to » be Caldvvt-
ti ed. They have the ear uf the administra A Imtnistration in regard to Senator Sumner,
EVERY TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE.
an afterthought for so much fi Idling and llartgrove) then Fall l>ri, nil 1 on trip s:u» <• Imy hind*. In this he will be assistevi by |
5 Ca-h gifts each,
dancing to those who are called upon to pay night vrec.t to the house id Mrs. Sarah Stroup, Mr. Hanson. The la'ter is going to take a 1
false reports and statements, lhey know; mingo sc! heme, ai.d approving the conluct ol 10
trip to the Nehalem Vailey to see what ad
and when Mrs. S. n-k I “w I o was there
vairages it mav < lb t for a settlement,
elicited some opposition, but all wen 200
The plan of the Radicals in the next they replied that "it d d.v’t make a d -d bit
and they attempt to make tnarivr.s id’ them- '
Eridiicii-en w id look out in some
Presidential campaign, is to fleet Grant f.r of difference ; if she did not open the door.
«elves in order to sectite positions tinder the
directions. Mr. ILn.S'U has been (or s>n:e
50 Elegant Roscwoi.il PinniM, each $300 to $700
another term, however far sh >rt he may have they would break it down.” Mrs. Stroup
Federal Government. Willard Warner isj B altim he , M. iv 3.—Supervisor Fultm is 75
75 to 100
time corresponding with papers at the East
«0 to 175
failed in his fitness for the position. The then told her daughter, a girl 13 or 14 year?
one of this class,'“and yet Warner is one of itive ligating the alleged aevenue frauds, 350 gewing Machines .............. “
ami in Europe, published in his language,
500 Gold Wathes........................ “
75 to 300
passage of the Ku Klux bill is tantamount of age, to open the floor. The negroes enter
Senator S ewart’s model statesmen—proba involving over a million of dollars. Thus Cash Prizes, Silver Ware, etc., valued nt $1,000,000
and ir in advices received, he believes that
to his Domination by Congress. It was a ed nnd asked if she bad any compmiv, to
blv because S.ewart could use him.
far the testimony shows that a large amount A chance to draw any of the above Prizes for
considerable numbers of bis people will
mere pretext in trumping np these base which she answered ‘‘Nobody but the chil ¡
“The G tvernbr recited a case where a car of illicit whisky was put on market through 25c. Tickets describing Prizes are »ealid in En
arrive bore duriog the present season.—
velopes and well mixed. On receipt of 25c. a
charges against the Southern States to pass dr?n.” One of the negroes, p inting t > tlm
pet bagger run out of Georgia for commit the connivance of certain revenue < Hi ers Scaled Ticket is drawn without choic and sent by
such a violent measure; the ruling ol.pc* girl, said, “Do vou call that a ch Id ;’’ and j
ting tin outtage upon his own t.itce, took tip who demanded and received considerable mail to anv address. The prize named upon it
was plainly to prevent the demoralization then addressing the girl, ‘‘Come here, d — n ; The P.rtlaml D.ilv /Zer«/d I.a< been re his quartets turning a number of negroes em sums of money to suppress the information will be delivered to the ticket-holder on payment
of One Dollar. Prizes are immediately sent to
and overthrow of their political organiz ition. you, ami let’s see Imw heavy you are V ? ’ ” t fit ceived and cmnes to us in exchange. I' strikes ployed l)y an old gentleman in Eintore cou.t concerning the fraud«.
any address by express or return mail.
It was a measure of sell preservation and the meant nt*. Ilartgrnve lutd seated liintsel! ns there might t> be Democrats enough in iv, til'd, alter living off the negroes fori
You will know what your prize is before you
power. Their record in public offi -es arc so <m the bed bv Mrs. S , who Ind retir'd, and 1 Mulmmiali to support a party organ arid months, c onntenced trying to put tnisehiel i
pay for it. .4»y Prize exchanged for another of the
mine. No blanks. Our putruns can depend
filled with rascality and crime, that should i presenting a pi«b I, told her t>i be quiet. Ti e kfcp it going all the time. We believe, Imvv- into their head«. The old gentleman waited LUMEN—In Jacksunville, May 9th, 1871, Ga mine
on fair dealing.
their evidence fall into the hand« of the other negro then threw the child on the fl .or, o ver, that it improves tie II:r<tld to lie still upon the wretch at the negro quarters and' briel Leinen. from Uuiuii Town, Missouri ; aged
R eferences :—The following lately drew Val
ab->ut 40 years.
Democratic party, a hideous expose would mid laying a knife by her side and saving, ¡awhile, at least the numbers before it.« aie ordeicd him to leave hi« premises, whereupon
uable Prizes and kindly permit us to publish them:
Andrew J. Burns, Chicago, $10,000 ; Miss Clara
necessarily follow. And hence the old lead ‘‘If ymt me not quiet. I'll cut your <1—I r itlier better than t ie last few numbers we the asssis-in made at him with a knife, and it.
Walker, Baltimore, Piano, $800 ; Jas. M. Mat
ers of the radical party in Congress, and in throat,’’ outraged hs powerless victim ¡i-eeeivi*d, some three or f ur months ago. return received a severe caning from tl.e vig
thews. Detroit, $5,000 John T. Anderson, Savan
nah, $5,000 ; James Simmons, Bustun, $10,000.
office, have the strongest motives to retain Hartgrove was then relieved frt m guarding IVe do w ish the Dcmocra s of Portland were orous old farmer. A great cxei ement was
P ress O pinio « :—“Tho firm
firin is reliable.”—
the old covies in their complicated ring vil Mrs. S_, and be in turn violated the ch id. mure lioeral. It pains to see a newspaper created bv this alleged frightful outrage, and
liVe/.-Zy Tribune, Dee.
Dre. 28. * “Deserv^ ytheir sue-»
Here II. was recognized, ami he lias since
the ina'tor was reported to Congress ns a ter
1. “Just and honor
cess.’’—A ’. 1'.
1”. Herald, Jan. \.
able.” —A’««», Dee. 9.
The power given the President in the been arrested, and is now in j.il.
rible ease. Governor Lindsay sent his I’ri
Send for circular. Liberal inducements to
provision« of the Ku-Klux bill, lavs the lib
Notwithstanding these Imrr.b'o outra*’*«.
BY I’llOF. 0. S. FOWLER.
B ex II o LLAD*Y. —This gentleman, acemn vate Secretary to iurestignte the matter thor
Agents. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every pack
erty of every State in the Union at the feet the people of thisconnty have,re«trained their
age of 200 Sealed Envelopes contains onr cash
puttied by E. F. Hooker. General Superin oughly. »"'I the foregnlng is the Mtbs'&nce of
of the President, which, if exercised, can pnssims, and nre determined to let justice
For half a century he has made this subject a gist . Seven tickets fur .$1 ; 17 fur §2; 50 for $5;
teudeut of Oregon and California Stage his report.” The Governor further siys :
.speciality, observing ii»>ru its only scientific stand 200 for $15. Address
elect forty A*hantee niggers; and why be done the villain by due course of law.
The old gentleman quietly gave himself Un ¡point—Phrenology.
Company, and J. II. Mitchell of Portland,
... All civilization knows h's
would not the modest Grant use it for hia ele
; let that guarantee its foun
c. 13. TAYLOR & CO-
N otable D eath .—Timinas F. Marshall of is <m the wav oieilaiid from San Frneiscu to
dation. Fur sale by
vation again ; which he is not willing to risk
answer to any charge that might be brought
G. B. BLOOD, Agent.
before the free and untrammelled voice of a Kentucky died nt Louisville, April I’ll,. He ibis place. With But Holladay the politcian
May 13th. 1871.
was a member of the celebrated Marshall
once free people.
7S A 80 BROADWAY, N. Y-
family, and was horn near Versailles, Kv sv mpnthv. But lor Ben Holladay the rail tle the matter bv paying the costs, but this
The Democratic Era comes to ns this week
on January 15, 1734. He wa« educated at road builder—the man who is doing more lie refused to do, and leaves the Courts to
with increased improvement in the way of
Ya'e College, w here he wa« grad'i ited in f>r O Cgon than any twenty other men — we locide. This i« about the amount i.f flip Ku
HE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
■elect, intelligent and interesting correpon-
istinr between tho subscribers under the
1815, and the following year, niter s tidin -! have the warmest regard and c-teem. lie Klux outrage in Elmore county. As I have
dene*. The editorial, news i'em<, M ismtic
mime of Linn A Hall, is this day dissolved by
law. war admitted to tin- B>r. A« a pnl.ti j
and Old Fellow’s Departments, and n.ark»’t
mgton by men who have lost their power in
eian Mr. Mar-hn I became prominent. H-. —
All délits due to the sitili firm are to be paid to
quotations are of general interest. It bids
the Smith, uni in'ke martyrs of themselves David Eton, wbo will pay all liabilities against
s *rved in C ingress as a ll preseirntivn fr,„„
H artz rd . May 4.—The Legislative, Com for the purnose of getting positions under the said flint.
to be the true exponent of Democracy of the 1831 to 1833. Sul.sequel.tlv he b**enme u
State, and wo urge that Democrats would Judge and Chief Justice of the Supreme mittee to canvas« the votes for State officers Government. If a criminal is mobbed in the
combine and take it as they would their own Court of Kentucky, which 1 .tier position lie commenced woik today. The Committee South, it is blazoned as a terrible Ku-L'ux Jacksonville, May 12'h, 1871.
held for nearly n qnarier of a cen ury.
found nn error in the count of the vote ol
outrage, and tho whole people of the State
AM SELLING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
Eofi*ld. hv which 23 votes were taken from
of Saddles ami Harness cheaper than ever was
are belied and vil'fied. Such is tho revenge
A CEXTtXARtAX.--Mrs. Rhodes, of Polk
the total vote of E iglish, which will in ike
I ottered before in Jacksonville. “Seeing is believ
County, N. C., died last month a the age of gin a. the Cir.dion«, Tennessee. Lmtisiuon. the vote stand 47.476 fi r Jewell ; 47.473 for of the men who hive lost their power there. I
ing.” Give ate a call before purchasing else
HE UNDERSIGNED IMS ONE LARGE where.
111 years. She was said to have retained a an<l elsewhere S >uth. agree in waving ihit English; scattering. 11—and consequent^ If n It irse thief is caught and hung by d.s
the pro--p-ct f ir large crops <>f frii'ts and ce
freight wngan tor sale. Also one sett team
guised citizc is or Vigilance Committees in'
remarkable vigor of her mental faculties to reals is firwr c'a^s, mid th it th<* nrpsem «»*:| throw the election inti the Legislature.
harness, new. The above property can be seen at
Nevada or elsewhere, we hear nothing of K8 the U. S. Hotel, Jacksonville. Terms of sale
the last years of her life: «nd was for «ever., I son. if su -<-e«sfiil in th s particti'u”. wil v.*rv
done with neatness and dispatch.
in cunuectiuH wi.h it.—S. F. Ex-\ part cash, and the remainder in freight.
ty years past a consistent member of the nearly sweer» away uil the general pecuniary
losses by the war.
hume about the middle of May.
Jacksonville, May 12th, 1871.
Jacksonville, Jan. 14th, 1871.
The Ditch Enterprise.
T he P hil ,
Temple of Fashion
Tou Will Find
In the Gents’ Department,
THE GREAT BOOK
FOR THE MARRIED,
And Small Profits,
FREIGHT WAGON FOR SALE 1