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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1871
Jt-®- LEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
and the construction given by these Radical
Widening the Breach.
A Good Story—A Puzzled Dutchman.
The public reception given by the Demo
We lay before our readers this week an to use tl.e language of an eminent Senator,
A Wisconsin secular paper contains the
F irst J i ricial D istrict . — Circuit Judge, P
by (Mr. Trumbull, uf Illinois), an ‘•unhilation crats and Liberal Republicans of St. Louis to following good story :
P. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, U.K. Hanna.
Senator Curl Schurz, on the evening of the
the Democratic members of the House of of the States.”
Jackton Cowuiy—Circuit Court, Second Mom lay II
One who does not believe in immersion for
in February and November. County Court, first
Under the last enforcement bill, “the Ex 21 in-tant, and the remarks of the Senator
Representatives, enib«>dying the in»portant
baptism, was holding a protracted meeting,
Munday in each month.
issues now before the country, and defining ecutive may in his discretion, thrust a- de ¡upon that occasion would indicate that the
one night preached on the subject of bap
County Oficxrs —Judge. T. II. B. Shipley:
the position of the party on them.
e ¡he government of anv Stale, suspend the ; Radicals cannot hereafter defend upon the tism. In the course of his remarks he said :
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Hen-y Klippel :
would commend its careful perugtil to our writ of habeas corpus, arrest its Governor, ' support of the great Missouri Senator, S >ine believe it necessary to go down into the
Leputy Sheriff. E. D. Foudray ; frea-urer. John
iuipr s n or disperse the Legislature, silence i S liu z has been accustomed to think for
Neuber ; Assessor, David Redpnth : County Com
water, and come out of the water to be bap
missioners, John S. Herrin, Thomas Wright;
To the People of the United Slates: Our its j i Iges, ami trample down its people liim-elf and refu-es to be the slave of party. tised. But this he claimed to be a fallacy,
Sch oul Superintendent, Wm. M. Turner ; Survey
nm!« .' he armed heel of4the troops. Nothing i Being a man of great political foresight and
or. J. S. Howard ; Coroner. L. Ganung.
preseiice amt « fficiul duties at W asuiimtun
recent bold, manly nnd in lu |fortl,e PreP°8i‘ion ‘
is le!t t > the citizen or the State, which can sagacity, bis
Jackto'irillc Precinct.— Justice of the Peace,
be rendered differently, as it does not
James R. Wade ; Constable, N. Stephenson.
any longer be cilled a right ; all is charged pendent u ter.uices in the Senate and his 'should
I witfi tlie actions r.nd«designs ut llH.se wl.o
at all times. Moses, he said ‘‘we
since the adj «urnmeut of Congress,
Toim of Jarktnuritle.— Trustees. James A. W il-
I Cuuirul the Radical party, mid we feel called into mere suflerance.
up into the mountain, etc.
son, N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler. John Bilger and J.
Our hopes for redress are in the Cilin good justify the hope that lie is about to entirely
upon to utter a few winds <f warning against
S. Howard; Recur «er, U. S. Hayden; Treas
Now we do not suppose that he weDt into the
urer, Henry Pape ; Marshal, Ju lues P. McDaniel.
th« alarming strides they lmV€ male towards s use, the “sober second thought” of the sunder his connection with the party whose! : mountain, but upon it. So with going down
unhallowed purposes ate clearly seen by him. !
centralizatiuu uf power in the Lauds ot Con American people. We call upon them to be
J osephine cocntv .
b idea no good to a political party when its into the water, it mean9 simply going down
gress and the Executive.
County (tfiiceri —Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff.
disregard party names and minor differences, able-t leaders who have built it up, lose their to, or near to the water, and being baptized
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk«. Charles Hughes : Asses-
The tune und attention of the Radical lead
to insist upon a decentralization of power, i attach nent for it. Il Schurz does not speed in the ordinary way by sprinkling.
•or, R. E. Fotey; Treasurer, Wui. Naucke;
Commissioners. Thomas G.
lie carried this idea out fully, and in due
the restriction of Federal authority within i ily ent himself loose from party ties and lend
eoek ; School Superintendent, R. H. M idules-
Vising sueb legislation us.wiii, iu their view,
and style closed bis discourse, when
its just and proper limits, leaving to the all his aid and influence to defeat the usurp-
best preserve their ascendency, uud no ie-
States that control over tl miestic affairs er.«, snine of whose schemes he has biniseli an invitation was given to any who felt dis
Jotryhinr County.— Circuit Court. 2 1 Monday
in April and Fourth Monday in October. County
which is essential to their happiness and denounced from his seat in the Senate, it will! posed to rise and express their thoughts.
Cuusiilutii n bus checked liicir reckless and
Court. First Monday iu January, April. July and
! be cause for general rsuprise and regret, i Quite a number of the brethren arose and
tranquility and good government.
'said that they were glad that they bad been
lue l’cesiueut of the United States lias! Event ¡¡ng that malicious ingenuity could Schurz is a wor-bipper of freedom. Ile basi present on this occasion, that they were well
sugge-t has been done to irritate the people repeatedly and signally manifested his un ;
been iuruierl) auiiuuuet-d as a camini ile lor ]
of the Middle and Southern States. Gross ¡conquerable hatred to tyranny^ and absolut- pleased with the siund sermon they hud just
re election. Tbe deciuratiutis ot in» Seiiisb
felt their souls greatly blessed.
' ism. There can 1 be
supporters have beeu echoed by a subsidized and exaggerated charges of disorder ami
i violence o*e they origin to the niischeivous ! tlie Government, if not rescued from Radical Finally a corpulent gentleman of Teutonic
press, and the discipline of patty 1ms already
I minds of the potential managers in the Sen control, will Le>liaHieried to centralization. extraction, a stranger to all, arose and broke
made ud.iesiuU to bis pels uinl fortunes the
I ate and II >us? ««I Representatives, to which Neither can there be any doubt but that the a silence, that was almost painful, as follows :
supreme test o! puhiicui icaity.
JACKSONVILLE LODGE No. IO
‘•Mister Breacher, I ish so glud I vush
■ lie Executive has, we regret to suy. lent hi.- I critical situation is clearly comprehended by
J tie purusau iegisiutiuu lu which we refei
¡aid, and thus helped to inflime the popular i such men as Schurz and Trumbull. These here to-night, for I lias had explained to my
olds its regular meetiniss on
was decreed u .d shaped in secret caucus,
every Saturday evening at the 0.1«l Fellows’
'feeling. In uli this course of hostile legi-la ¡statesmen owe it to their fame, as well as to' min’t some tings I never could believe before.
H iicie the txticUiesi cuuusei» ul-»ujs duun-
Hall. Brothers tn good stundimt are invited to
|:io i and l.arsli treatment, no word of Concil their country, to entirely disavow all conuec I We reat, Mr. Breacher, that Taniel was cast
JAMES BUCKLEY. N. G.
ualed mid was adopted bj a suuseivieui ma
THOS. PAULSON, R. Sec y.
iation, of kind encouragement or fraternal tion or sympathy with the usurpers. There into a ten of lions, and came ot alife?—Now,
Ijurity, it hut wuii me tulcui, ce-r.u.uiy wiiu
& Wilson’s Livery Stable,
Jons B ii . gf . r , )
fellowship h»s ever been spoken hv the Pres is every reason to believe that the eloquent I never could pelieve dat, for de wilt peasts
u.e tiled, lu place iu the hands ui Hie i’ctsi
li. K i . ipckl ,
would shust eat him up right off: now it isb
11. V. H elms , )
I ueut power to cuiimiaud bls uwu ie-uumii:a ident, or by Congress, to the people of toe German will do this. We Cannot see how he
Southern State«. They have been aldres-ef can continue fellowship with the men who ferry clear to my min’t. He vash shust close
R«gu’»r R.»Hekah_ I)-:rre# meeting, last Monday
tion, uud iu cmp.«»y liie army, tlie navy, ai.d
nieht of each tnofiW, at 7 J o'clock p. m.
! are pl«>ttiiig the d -struetion of the liberties ol py, or near to, and tid not get into de deu at
only in the language ot proscription.
May l«t, 1
\» e earnestly entreat our fellow citizens in The country ami the obliteration, of Scalei all. 0, I vash so glad I vash here to-night.
subserving ins peisuiiai ambit«uu.
Again we reat dat de Hebrew children van
C. W. KAHLER,
lines. Iha speech in the Senate. <m the 29lb
UiU SUQ L’X |’LJ*t‘hCV ul IUC iUsl lUU Jt'iHb bj all | arts ot the Union to spare no effort to
inatnt'iiii peace and Older : to carefully pro- of March last, on the resolutions uf Mi . I east into firisb furnace, uud dat, sir, alwisb
di-appointing to tue hopes .aid v t ucl u-4> Cvlr
l.ak’t like u peeg story, too, fur they would
Attorni a;ii Counscílor-at-Larc,
led tlie lights
- . . every
. V J f.lOVL.
citizen , ; W
to | preserve
>umner in regard *o the u-urpattous ui the
Udei.ee ut «he Cuuutiy—is uu.i lUvicd iu cun*
ki.id'y re.ati..ii- among ¡ill men, nnd to dis ‘ war powers by the President, showed that have peen purn’t up ; put it ish all plain to
auction wiili ll.e viu.eni U LcVl il»« VC*y «4 DU l*«l>ll
may min’t now, for they were shust cast close
cjuii . enai.ee ami d sc. urage any violations he possessed not only an intimate knowledge
purposes ui ln.se who cniuui me 1 •<- ul'lil ¡3
py, or near to the firisb furnace, 0 1 I va9b
Will practice in the Su:>reine Court, District, and
of tin- i ¡tins <»t any portion « f the people ! «4 the Constiti! ion uf his adopted country, I
puhey, it is u >i surprising lout (be gia VuH
other Courts of this Stat*.
; -o glad I vash here to-night 1
-e. uiei u «ier tue Cun-lituiiuti or any of its but also «just cotieeption of the character oil
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
.ippi'cUtms.uiiS tar me lu.uic pc.,ce «4 the
! the present Chief Magistrate, lu the course' And den, Mr. Breacher, it ish said dat
Jacobs—<>]•’>•>,;t- (’••mt '!• use sipiare.
u nion -iiouid be eLierlaineJ.
Jonah va8 east into de whulesh pelly. Now,
L?t u- », in «• uieai-i ni, earnestly beg you of his remarks on that occasion, he said ;
Al a Lillie w uvu ¡uuor ,s depressed, and
Ur. L. T. DAVIS,
I neber could pelief dat. It alwisb seemed
nut to u ii I toe present attempt of Radical
•‘As I have said, I repeat that the Presi-]
eic. \ Ui.Lvriai mtvresl is pa s .U by vpp;
par. is n s to s ir up strife in the land; tu re ' dent in ordering the naval commanders of to me to pe a peeg-feesh story, put it ish all
• ve lo.x.uiun, t-.e public ulhvvs iiaVc been
udv tn • i- -u •« ¡it i • w ir : or 11 obstruct the the United Stales to capture and destroy by ferry plain to my min’t now, he vash not
Opposite I lie C Id
mu llf lkd bt-J«-l.d Uli I IC1 I’UvIli, u» b» i ve
return o p «a mil pr-.speiiry to the South | force, without being attacked, without out taken in to de whale's pelly at all, but shust
iiis.i o.ot ots lii the 1« rj.eUul.oH id p wer.
aving a ear ; e and well selec
«•I’ll St i ■ .-s ; ... ■e.-iuS' it 1- mu- t.i.it they s ck j territory being invaded by force, the vessel- -humped on to his pack und rode ashore.
ed assortiucnt uf
P..r j ai.s.up is the uii.y test uoputn
io J i ve«’i i i. at «intinti of the country from of a i a’i.'ti with whom the United Slates Uh ! I vash so glad I vash here to night.
d.slilbu lull ut U11- V..Spa i’ «Unge. ilolieS-(,
And now, Mr. Breacher, if you vill shust
the c tf : u hi and ex ravag nice in their ad i were a« peace, in a contingency arbitrarily
•i ties-, aiol ui irai Rullo aie u.»eu!y d.-cai'l
in.ui- ti ‘ '-1 u ptiohe afflirs, ani the «inn ' defined by biniseli, did usurp the war-mak- cxblain two more bashages of Scriptures I
id in iau-r ol truekiii.g sulim.ssiuii unii tl.s-
|>n. A. B. CVERBECK
shall pe, O ! happy that I vash here to night.
„j?r..u - ami ) lufl'gate attempts they are ' i:ig p .wer of Congress ; ai d I rcpe.it it.
Uouoiab.ee lllpl.auee. lltitCe,
co >i uiiidu
i’Il.L PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR
mak ng towards Die ere iliou uf centralize.! I i That a warliicq collision between the forces One of them is vere it saish de wicked shall
V G KRY, aad will atte-ii i pr-a-iptly to all caos
¡.«itatioii.s ai.d w.despiCud toriup'.ioii ti.ix e
pe cast into a lake dat purns mit fire und
on professional business. Hi* oCiee and residence
tal.- ' mi i i t ii rv gorern inent.
” I primstones alwaish. O 1 Mr. Breacher, shall
In the five re its uf pe.i<«o, following the nation resulting in the actual ir e of arms and
The Overbeck Hospital,
| I pc cast into that lake if I isb wicked or
pt'I'hlUtfUS > V ■* t Vll).
On Oregon Street. Jacksonville. Oregon.
blood aid not occur, is true; I shust close pyf or near
rBu8 neRr eQ0Ugh
By »he ufa Jal report of ill? Secretary (d
p-'mi-i >1.299,').)<),09() for ordio-iry purposes I btr I affirm, also, that the President after
the Treasury it appears mat alter ucduc.iun
U. D. F.EA.
JAMES 0. IAY.
alone, b«-.ii'' wiiliin S2 'It,COO 000 <•! the ng- i h .v.ng given these orders cannot claim the] to be comfortable? 0! I hopes you tell me
FAY A BEY
gregate amount -pent f ir the same purpose i benefit uf that cir< unistunce. * * * * I shall pe cast shust by a good way off, and
lars remain due Loin ex-cuilector» of intei-
I will be so glat as I Vash here to night. The
in «ar ami in pece during the seventy one And When our war ve-s-ls, with such orders. L,tber bashage ish dat which saish," pleased
Attorneys and Counsellors-at.Law*
tial revenue, anil that n > pi u(»er diligence ha>
ve«rs preceding June 3), 1861, not including had sailed on their mission, the (fleet of those
OFFICE—In Court Ilunse, up «taira.
beeu usid to collect them.
are they who do these commandments, that
in eitlier case the su :i paid ui.on pri ictpal orders was just as nitic'i out of the President’s
Will practice in the Supreme an 1 other Courts
Reforms in ti.e revenue and fiscal system-,
they have a right to the tree of life and en
of interest of public debt It is trifling with control as the c.muon ball when it has lef'i
of this State.
ter in through the gates into the city und not
tlie intelligence of the p-'ople for the Radicnl , the muzzle of the gnu is out of the control of
es.-ary to a frugal administration uf the Guv
-bust close py, or near to, shust near enough
Particular attention paid to the collection
leaders to pretend that this vast sum has him who fired the piece.
of Claims ittain-t the Federal and State Govern
to see what I have los, and I shall pe so glat
to do all kinds of
ments. the Entry
Lands under the Pre-emption
been honestly expen leI. Hundred»’«>f mil
I vasli here to-night.
oveibuideued people, have been persistently
and Homestead Li-rs, and to the Entry of Mineral
iums of it have been wantonly squandered.
Lodes under the recent Act of Congress.
postponed tr wilfully neglected. Congress
lie sat down with the impression made on
T hus it turns out that the President in this
The expenditures of toe G «verninent for
, now adj lurtis « ithout having eveu attempted
DR. W. JACKSON,
c ise sinrjly made the mistake of taking him many minds present, that it would not do to
to reduce taxation, or to icpeul me giaiing «he fDcil yeir ending June 3J, 18»1, were self to be the United States of America, the take the Bible for only what it clearly Bays.
hiiposim-tis by which industry is crushed and only $62.000,009, while f r preci-ely the) mistake of acting upon the mighty presump
Dental Room, in build'nx f rmerly occupied by
ini|*uveristied. Tue Treasury is overflow ing, same puruo.-es—civil list, army, navy, pen- tion that lie had absorbed in himself all the
Dr. E. II. Greentnan, corner California and Fifth
Street». All style« of Dental work done on short
and al) excess uf eighty millions is a..untied : 3.<»ns. and Indi ins—$164.000,000 were ex-1 sovereignty of this great Republic. And it
notice, at reduced priees. Particular attention
One of Heaven’s choicest blessings is the
uud yet, instead of some measure ol pre.-ctil nendetl during the fiscal year ending June is this what I cal! an indefensible usurpation
given to the regulation of children’» teeth. Teeth
companionship of a friend who truly under
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
extracted without pain by the use of the late
leliel, a buireti und deiusive res.iuli - ii is 30. 187 ).
of those powers which the Constitution with stands and comprehends us.
method of local aauthssi*. Ail work warranted.
No indignation can be too s’ern, and no
passed by the Senate to consider the t inlt
nolds from the Presidential office.”
Pleasures nre increased, and great afflictions
too severe, f>r the assertions, by Un
Nov. 20th. 1869.
and excise systems hereafter, n* it the h s.orj
From this it is evident that Schurz does
be borne with surprising fortitude, when
Ui bioken pledges mid pretended remedies -ci upiilou- R ul.cal leaders, that the great not believe the country lias anything to hope,
turmshed uny better assurance fur future Democratic and Conservative party uf the but everything to fear from a continuance of the radiance of true sympathy lights the
legislation Ibuu experience Las d.ue in the Union has or cm have sympathy with disor Grant in office ; and ns it ¡9 almost a cer
The glocm of loneliness makes the small-
der.« or violence in any part of the country,
tain y that Grant will be renominated by bis
bhip-building and the carrying trade, once <«r in the deprivation of any man of his rights party, we do n it believe he will l>e supported est troubles seem like griefs, the accumula
tion of which wear upon toe health and spir
Sources ol national pride und prosperity, now under the Constitution.
bv the man who so justly and so eloquently it.
It is to protect ami perpetuate the rights
languish under a ciusmug luad uf taxation«
denounced his usurpations,
aving located in J acksonville ,
But solitude does not imply loneliness, nor
and nearly every other business interest Is which every freeman cherishes; to revive in speech of Schurz, at St. Louis, wns by no
informs the citizens of this place and vicinity
Chat he is now prepared to take orders for all kintis
struggling without profit to mumiaiii itself. al! hearts the feelings of friett Iship, affection, means satisfactory to the Radical organ of does company prove we are not in soul alone.
jot gents’ and boy’s clothing at reasonable prices.
Day by day may we ait at the same board,
Our ugricunuiists, while paying heavy and harmony, which are the best guaranties t’ at city. That journal, the day after the
taxes on nil they cuusume, either to the G >v of law mid order, and to throw around the speech was delivered, had a leader upon the and walk through life with another io a de
C ikasixg and R epairing done. 'F5-Y
July 2d, 187S.______________
eriuuent or monopolists, find the prices for humblest citizen, wherever lie may be, the same, which betrayed great restlessness. It gree harmoniously, when really there is no
their ow n products so reduced, that honest protecting ajgis of tlmse safeguards of per a-ked the Senator if lie intended to act with true Companionship between us, and solitude
labor is denied its just reward, and industry •mini liberty which the fundamental laws of hi« party or with the Democracy. That jour were better for the growth of the soul.
For it is misery to conform to the restric
the land assure, that we invoke the ai«i of all
is prostrated by luv.dmUs discrimination.
mil will find that Schurz call be read out of
of a smaller nature, and the creature in
Nearly 200,009,01)0 acres of public lands, go«’d men in the work of pence an I reconeili the Radical party much easier than he can
which shou.d nave been reserved for the ben nt'rnn. We invite their generous coopera be whipt into the ranks. One by one the the valley of thought and aspiration grows
efit of the people, have beeu voted away t<> tion, irrespective of all former opinion, so that props of Radicalism are falling. We hope weary and sore, in striving to reach the soul
hoice liquors AND CIGARS CON-
giant Corporations, neg.ecting our soldiers tlie harsli voice of discord maybe silenced; ihe superstructure will crumble before the that dwells on the mountain.
etantly ou hand.
God grant that lonely woman may find rest,
and enriching a liandlul of greedy specula that a r.ew and tlaiigerons seeti<»nnl ngitnlion proud temple of our liberties,
nnd happiness—that they may n<|
tors and lobby ists, who arc thereby enabled t<>
"A shapeless mass of wreck and ruin lies.”
die of fasting and waiting at the windows of
exercise a i».>st dangerous and corrupt iuflu «ion, direct or indirect, may be reduced to
— Sac. lieporter.
life for the doming of the soul-feast!_ Elm
12 1-2 Cents.
ence over Slate and Federal legislation.
July 17 th, 1869.
C alifornia W ool .—The Pacific Rural Orlou.
If the career uf these cunspnators be not
Press alludes to extensive frauds that nre
checked, the downfall of free government is
1’ akf . U p tue D uties of the H our .—The
practiced in certain quarters in Califor Bond to succe-8 is, much of it, a plodding,
inevitable, and with it the elevation of a mil
restore«! in the«r integrity and true relations nia, by mixing the wool in the process ol
itary Dictator <>n the ruins of a Republic.
monotonous highway, and those who reach
our Federal UnioU.
HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING FULLY
Under the preteucf of pas-ing laws to *’ei.-
packing. One buyer In San Franc.sco, ita goal brave many discouragements aad
refitted this »Id and favorite place of resnrt,
force the fourteenth amendment, and fm
F rench L osses . —The Territory ceded by shipped, about the first of April, two car perform many unwelcome tasks.
now offers the ve*y best of liquor« and aegars at
France tn Germany embraces about six loads of wool to Massachusetts, with instruc
12 1-2 CENTS.
No one can every morning take up the
most despotic power upm the Exeeutite, and thousand English square miles, about one- lions to have it cleansed and dried, and tele duties of the day with vigor and relish, for
Th* Saloon la coiniaodiuus, the billiard table«
ore of the latest |jad most improved pattern, and
provided uU officials machinery by which the fifth of the area of Frunce: and the popula graph the shrinkage. The result was a loss
business, however well adapted to our tastes,
the wants of guests promptly supplied.
liberties of the people are menaced, und the tion <>f th«’ sama number* about 1,600,000 of just sixty five per cent; ten per cent, was becomes at times tiresome hr an old story.
30 JPoliyta of* Bllllmurdwi Je'or Drink*.
And nil other kinds of printing required
sacred right of local sell government in the wtiicli is about one twenty-fifth of the whole. sand, which was undoubtedly placed io th.-
Nevertheless, the wurk of to day is here,
to be done in the cotnu:unity, on
if neglected, must be made up in the
Wmk at small injuries rather than avenge
Those knowing themselves indsbted to me will
very reasonnble term«.
or be left forever undone.
d* well to «all without delay aad settia, as I must
ln-m. I to tlestrOy a single bee you throw
if distaste and indflerence possess us
You who want Job Printing done, give ' olious in history, they are at variance will
feast money, and that soon.
A man who says lie will subscribe anon,
down th«- hive—instead vi one enemy you
to day, will we f««el to morrow like deing two
us c. onll, aad we will ratialy you both in «tyleaod
all tbe saucUfied Lbourte» of our iustitukous, uiuke a thousand.
¡days’ work?-£/m Orlou.
very oiteo proves to bea noaeubscriber.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
NEW & FANCY TYPE,
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