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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1871
F irst J udicial D istrict .—Circuit Judge, P.
P. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, 11. K. Hanna.
J«rk«<>n C’oHH'y—Circuit Court, Second Monday (
in February and November. County Court, first
Monday in each month.
t’-maty Ofim— Judge, T. H. B. Shipley ;
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel :
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
Neuber ; Assessor, David Redpaili : Countv ( om-
mis-sioners, John S. Herrin, Thomas Wright;
School Superintendent, Win. M. Turner; Survey
or, J. 8. Howard ; Coroner. L. Ganung.
LEG AL TENDERS taken at par for
Every variety of Job Work executed with neat
ness and dispatch, at reasonable rates.
frequenting the stews, nor the best practices
of wise statesmanship by cultivating the so
Diseased Demagogue—Grant’s ciety of rogues, perjurers and suborners.
He would imitate Danton, but ns the toad
copies the bull ; he has Robespierre’s jaun
dice. but not his leadership nor his incorrup
[From the Washinton Patriot.]
If anything could convince us of the exist tibility ; and, while he possesses, at least,
ence of the Ku-KIux, it would be Senator all the vices of Ingo, he decidedly lacks that
Morton’s dread of that organization, and Lis I worthy’s talent and his wit.
Ross Browne on the Chinese
Giving Butler His Due.
1 lie following letter from J. Ross Browne,
When we consider, eays the Nation, that
late Minister to China, addressed to the In there ia probably not a man in the United
«lustrial Reformers Association of San Fran- States that would say he respected Butler, or
cisco, is one of the clearest expositions of the had the slightest confidence in him, that bis
manifold evils arising from the immigration attempts at legislation have all displayed
of the Chinese to these shores, that we have wickedness and folly in aboot equal proper*
ever met with. The writer’s opinion being tions, and that he haB probably done .as much
formed from personal observation, and atten to debase the tone of public life at Washing
tive study of this question in all its bearing, ton as any ten of the worst men who have
are entitled to the fullest weight, and the ever made their appearance in Congress, the
most serious consideration.
tender indulgence with which the press treats
Gentlemen ;—I regret that pressing busi- him is highly discreditable, and very mis
nessj engagements, demanding my presence chievous as well. It is bad enough in all
elsewhere, will not permit me to meet you_in conscience to have such a man returned by a
San Francisco this evening.
Massachusetts constituency, but when the
Sympathising with you in the general ob leading papers of the party of moral ideas
jects of your Association, 1 would be glad to always treats him as a simple oddity, and
give you the result of my observations in his tricks and dodges as the playful gambols
China ; and I hope to be able to comply with of a rich and exuberant nature, they help
my promise some time during the month of greatly to lower the public standard of states
manship, and open political life to charlatans
Meantime allow me to say that I consider and rouges of all degrees. If the respectable
the importation of Chinese into this country Republican press would only give him Lis
as fraught with danger. Among my reasons due, the task of finishing him might appar
ently be left to Mr. Farnsworth, who is evi
for thinking so, are the following.
too much for him, and rejoices in
1st. Because their presence discourages
white labor, and they can never become a hunting him with a savage joy.
HUT HE IS DANGEROUS, NEVERTHELESS,
repeated bewildering descriptions of those!
midnight dreadful enemies of the Republic. i because be is a tireless incendiary, a ruthless
For “the great war Governor” knows how it malignant, a vile conspirator, and the most
unscrupulous demagogue of these unhappy
./«<•<■«.. irille t'rrei»rt.— Justice of the Peace,
James R. Wade; Constable, N. Stephenson.
times. He supplements his bad head with
HE 19 A BORN CONSPIRATOR.
—Trustees, James A. M il-
a depraved and vindictive heart, and a viper
son, N. Fisher, Lewie Zig'.er, John lldger and J.
He is a practical detective, lie knows how ous purpose to coil himself ubout the now
S. Howard; Recorder, I’. S. Hayden; Treas
1 to “put up jobs,” and how to have them kindling cordialities of the people, and sting
urer, Henry Pape ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel.
! found out by the right parties, so that all them back into palsy and death, lie has a
J oseihine county .
! the reward will accruo to himself, and all j passion fur destruction, and he docs mischief
fb-Y-rr».—Judge. J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
the suspicion be averted from him. Hence, I
as much because he loves it ns because it
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk, Charles Hughes : Asses
, if there be any truth in the uddage of setting | i helps him upward. His soul is deep canker
sor, R. E. Foley; Treasurer, Win. Nnucke;
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson, II. Mood- ;
a thief to catch a thief, Morton is the man, ed with tbe lusts of unlicensed power, and
oock ; School Superintendent, It. K. Mid.lles-
of all otheis, to find out the Ku-Klux, and while he is “incapable of the liberal resent
to cackle obstreperously over the discovery. ments of a gentlemar,” be nurses in bis bo
Jutfvhiue C i ntf.— Circuit Court, 2d Monday
He is the man who invented the Knights of
in April ati l Fourth Monday in October. County
som the black, secret, solitary cholcr of one
Court, Ki. st Monday in January, April, July and
the Golden Circle, and made himself Gover
equally infiim in mind and body, the green,
nor and Senator thereby. He is tho man
1 tvwtexma ■> rw
cowardly, deadly envy of the assassin and
who carried Indiana with detectives and spies,
the poisoner. Mean, cruel, falso, and con
until the Slate was like Paris under the com
scious of liis meanness, cruelty, aud false
mune. It was under his regime that the ex
hood, he pursues the dark, cunning, deceit
cellent system was inaugurated uf hanging !
homogeneous part of our population.
ful paths that are natural to such deformed,
A F ashionable W oman ’ s P rayer .—Dear
linen first and trying them afterwards; oil
2nd. Because twenty years experience of
¡ insidious minds. He conspires and prompts
! have mercy on my soul, and please
removing political opponents by ostracism j
them in California has failed to demonstrate
conspiracy. He juggles and stings, like tho
let me have the French satin I saw at the
¡aud banishment; of making testimony ;
JACKSONVILLE LODGE No. SO
¡ scorpion, with a rearward, treacherous blow, that they are any more elevated now in the store this morning, for with black lace
' against enemies where none existed, and oi j . lie plays the stormy Clodious in the Senate, scale of morality or intelligence now than
LAR MEETINGS ON
flounces and overskirt, the dress wonld bo
supplying, by the simple process of forgery, 1
cuing at the Odd Fellows’
I but the themes he rants un have been first they were when they landed on our shores.
I standing are invited to
; those lew and general tacts which even mih I
3rd. Because civilization is sufficiently very becoming to me I know. If you grant
• prepared to his hand by his own spies, pimps,
•;< nrcKLEY. n . g .
me my request, please let me have a new
California St.. (Up Stairs,) over Kearnes ; tary commissions rtqaired previous to cun- 1 : and panders.
He is a vulgar charlatan, d fficult to maintain without introducing in black lace shawl also, dear Lord.
& Wilson’s Livery Stable,
sterile, hidebound, pretentious, blatant, Lut to it a barbarous and incongruous element,
1 kneel before thee to night, feeling per
IT WAS DURING II IS REGIME
which has never shown a disposition to adapt
with malignity ingrained throughout his na
happy, for Madam Emilio has sent me
that Mr. Voorhees’ locks were picked under
ture, aud falseness embalmed in all his shal I it.-elf to our social, religious, or political sys- home such a lovely bonnet 1 A most heavenly
cover of the night, his furniture invaded, his
night of each in
low soul. Ravenous, vicious, supple, veno
May 1st. 1SG'.
drawers stuffed with forged matter to impli
4th. Because while the few may profit by bijou, composed of white satin, with coral
mous, pliant amid his bluster, truckling, and
Cate him in seditious conspiracies, and then, ¡subservient while affecting to be bluff, he is Chinese labor, the many must suffer, aud ostrich tufts I For this favor I am fefiling
c XV. KAHLER,
when daylight came, the police were invited j the vilest and most envious sycophant of the the country at large instead of being benefit truly grateful.
Give me, I pray thee, a humble heart, and
ed is retarded ia its progress.
in, and tho whole world summoned to repro dav,
Attorney * a ad Counsel’or-at-laiv, r
5lh. Because the experiment of Chinese a new green silk, with point lace trimmings.
bate the damning treason, lienee, if there
“Who, trimmed in forms and visages of duty,
JACKSON VI LI.
OR I IGO N,
labor has signally failed in California, as Let me not grow too fond of this vain and
JACKSONVILLE, OR ECON be a Ku-Klux, Morton will know how to find Keeps yet his heart attending on himself;
I it; if there be a small Ku-K lux, Morton will I And throwing but forms of service on his lord, shown by the present depressed condition of deceitful world, like other women, but make
all industrial interest, and the paucity of our me exceedingly gentle and aristocratic.
know how to magnify it; nnd in go >d time, , l>ocs well thrive by him.”
j when the conspiracy is lull blown, Morton'
population while in less favored States, where W hen winter fashions come, let them suit
THIS IS THE MAN
my style of beauty, and let there be plenty
will know bow to find his own profit in it, ¡ who is to be, so rumor tells, the incoming this iucougruous element has not been
even if every b>dv else should suffer by it. premier. Let General Grant beware how he brought into competition with white labor, of puffings, pleatings, ruffles and flounces,
for 1 dearly love them all.
For ti e Indiana S •imtor. with all the un I uts Mesrour, the executioner, in the seat of there has been general prosperity and a rapid
0 Lord, let business detain my husband at
a.-riipulotisness cf Titus Oates ami Dainger Giafar, the vizier. Let Grant beware, fur accession of population.
Opposite * Zie «hi
Gth. Because the question of cheap labor H-------- , for he is not wanted at home at
I field, and nil the bi t k malignity of Marat, himself, before he elevates this false and spe
aving a large and well select - does not resemble these notorious con- cious hypocrite so high that he can afford to is relative, and cannot ba determined by the present; I wish to become acquainted with
ed assortment of
spirators in pmnt of disinterestedness. They kick away the props by which he has risen. solo consideration of the wages paid to the the tall, dark-eyed foreigner, who is staving
gave their lives, ^their comfort, their ears Let Grant remember Henry S. Lane, whom laborer. No labor is cheap which discour at Col. Longswallow’s, opposite.
•la.-l <«»u vB! Or-
for a cause; M »rton gives no'hnig, but ex- Morion stabbed in the back, while owing to ages a better class of labor, and leaves noth
Without him all his early advancement. Let Grant ing in return but the exceptional profits Mrs. L----- will not. Bless my children,
A. B. OVUiïBEUK
acts evert thiig, l'>r J i in st-If.
’ILL I’R KCTK E MEDICINE AND SUR-
Fouche’s sk.ll, he ha? all of Fuuche’-’ traitor- remember how Murton conspired to dethrone derived l>y capitalists. The cheapest labor is and please send them a good nurse, for I
GE’.IV. .1» I will at en 1 pr cuptly 1 - :dl calls
I ous spirit, that would not kt him rest easy Lincoln, aud pievent his re-nomiuation ; and that which improves the country, augments have no time or inclination to look after them
His office an I resi^uee
profe.-s.-a ,:1 busiuc-s.
' save when he was fake to some one. Wi h- how he leads the smiling Colfax, an uncon its wealth, increases its population, promotes myself. Aod now, 0 Lord, take care of me
Til e Overbeck íLopita!,
’ out Tallej’:ami's wit, or urbanity, or spirit, I scious captive of Lis snares, to do his illicit the best interests of the community, and while I sleep, and pray watch over my dia
Ou < ¡re— ->n Si i
j he has a great deal of that happy instincti bidding, and participate iu his revengeful strengthens the social and political fabrics; mond?. Amen !
I which drove Talleyrand to be always seeking > plots.
and no labor which fail in these respects can
1». B. REA.
J A’IKS I». 1 ■AY.
C uring M eat .—The following method has
legitimately be considered cheap labor.
FAY ¿L- KS A
been thoroughly tested, and always proved
Mysteries of Arizona.
Were it not that he lucks the generous
7th. Because I have seen the horrible satisfactory ;
Attorneys and ConnseHors-at.Law,
qualities which are necessary to the party
condition of the Chinese in their native couu
To one gallon of water add one and a half
OFFICE—In Court Ilonae, up stairs.
The Prescott Miner says : “Arizona is try ; where there is neither truth, nor honor,
leader, and did not the people recoil instinct
pounds of salt, half a pound of sugar, halt
certainly a land of mystery, nnd no spot on nor humanity ; where all classes are consti
Will practice in the Supreme an 1 other Courts
au ounce of saltpetre, half an ounce of potash.
of this State.
i it is more mysterious than that part known tutionally corrupt; where brutish degrada
HIS DARK AND SELFISH NATURE,
In this ratio the pickle can be increased to
| full of greed, full of falseness, f ull of bile, 'as Chico Valley, twenty miles north from tion is the rule and common decency the ex
*?**• Particular attenti -a paid to the collection
any quantity desired. Let these be boiled
of Claims iS’iiu-t the I-'.-'bral and State Govern-
i Morton would at this moment he the must Prescott, on the road to the great aud myste ception.
together until all the dirt from the sugar
ments. the Entry >-f L-iud< under the Pre-emption
! dangerous man in America to our remaining rious San Franci.-co mountain, which rises
7th. Because I prefer to encourage the rises to the top and is skimmed off. Then
nnd Homestead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
Lodes under the recent Act of Congress.
j liberties. And this is not because ol any high above nil other mountains in tbe Terri immigration of my own race and color—of
throw it into a tub to cool, and when cold
; commanding talents, for he has none, nor of tory, aud which from its sublime altitude the people of the earth who have been educa
DK. V,. JACKSON,
pour it over your beef or pork, to remain the
1 any towering ambition, for his is one always and snowy purity, is held in great awe and ted under a Christian civilization, who be
usual time, say four or five weeks. The meat
grovelling, always baso. The Senator from reverence by tbe Indians of the present day. lieve in one Universal God, who have faith in
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by
must be well covered with pickle, and should
Indiana, indeed, cannot lay claim to a decent I ! Everything goes to prove that the valley in the immortality of the soul, and whose prog
Dr. E. H. Greeuuian. corner California and Filth *
not be put down for at least two days after
Streets. All styles of Dental work done on short
degree of understanding; lie is crude, un question was once occupied bv hundreds per ress will be upward and onward, instead of
killing—during which time it should be
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
learned, faulty of judgement; abortive in haps thousands, of those semi civilized In downward and backward.
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth I
slightly sprinkled with powdered saltpetre,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
extracted without pain by the use of the Into
conception, and notoriously deficient at once i dians who once held sway here, and who, no
I prefer men and women whose children, which removes all the surface blood, etc.,
method of local anasthesia. A.l work warranted.
in tact and in originality, lie invents noth- d iubt, were overshadowed, murdered and and eliildern’s children, will make good citi
leaving the meat fresh and clean. Some omit
ing but falsehood, and stamps his third rate driven out by Apache Islmiaelitea. In it are zens, and preserve and perpetuate the Institu
Nov. 20th, 1-Sii‘J.
boiling the pickle, and find it to answer well
powers of apprehension even upon the ideas numerous springs of cool, clear, pure water, tion of Liberty, bequeathed to us by our fore
though the boiling purifies the pickle by
which he steals. He resembles one of those from which flows sufficient fluid to irrigate fathers.
throwing off the dirt always to be found in
crabs which frequeut the Florida reefs, and thousands of acres. Overlooking this water
For these, and many other reasons I am salt and sugar.
which, armed in front with forbidding tenta on beautiful knolls are the ruins of dwellings, heartily with you. I think all legitimate
cles, and strong, predaceous claws, but ter once occupied by that ancient people we have means should be used to discourage the im E xports of W heat .—Since the 1st of Oc
minating behind in a weak, pulpy, ineffect before alluded to. One of these ruins was migration of this dobased race. They will tober last, the value of wheat shipped from
ive, finless body, drop themselves into the recently dug into by visiting friends in the never cease to be a source of discord. If this port to England direct, has been $283,-
aving located in J acksonville ,
vacated shells of other fish, and do desperate valley who inform us that human bones of they come in large numbers they will eveut 502 19. One cargo has been shipped to Rio
informs the citizens of this place and vicinity
that he is now prepare 1 to take orders for all kinds
battles for these, as if to the manor born. immense size were exhumed, with much pot ually produce civil war. We have had suffi Jauairo, valued at $35,327 25. Considerable
ot gents’ and boy’s clothing at reasonable prices.
His speeches, apart from their rancor and tery, &c. We havo not the dimensions oi cient experience of that and I trust all good quantities of wheat and flour have also been
their thefts, are mere apocryphal assertion, the bones, but are assured that they were and sensible men will try to avoid it in the shipped to British Columbia, Honolulu, 4c.
jsW- C leaning and R epairing done.
One whole cargo and several parts of cargoes
rigmarole, “three blue beans in a blue much larger than those of any man of our future.
July 2d, 187».
bladder.” Tbe sordid gloatings of his bad day and generation.”
I would specially urge upon you the impor sent down the river on steamboats, transfer
heart over the catalogue of tho distresses he
tance of an abrogation of the late treaty red to seagoing vessels and cleared from
Farmers, Raise Valuable Horses.
has caused cannot conceal nor disguise his
made with the Chinese Embassy. It is in Astoria for foreign ports, are not included in
weak head, and the commonplace subterfu
no respect reciprocal. I consider it a dis the above values. The total value of wheat
We notice an advertisement in the Orego grace to the intelligence of our government; and flour shipped from this river to foreign
ges in which his knavery rejoices. He is one
of those trifles which, as a great writer tells nian that a large number of horses, for and am proud to say that I did all I could to countries since tbo 1st of October last, will
us, “float nnd are preserved” in the ship present artillery service, are wanted in San procure its withdrawal.
fall little if any below $350,000. Of coast
1HOICE LIQUORS and cigars con -
J stintly on band.
wreck of the State, “while everything solid Francisco. We have already referred to the
Hoping to be able to address you sood , and wise shipments, no complete acount can be
wishing you entire success in your case, I am obtained, but undoubtedly they must exceed
large numbers of horses yearly. Then there very truly yours,
the foreign.— Oregonian.
J. Hess B rowne .
12 1-2 Cents.
Pomeroy’s Democrat is a universal newt«
dle horses at all timos.
July 17 th, 1869.
paper, and always contains something to suit
These facts ought to command the attention
tices, by depraved associations and infamous
Too M uch of a B ad T hing .—English all tastes. The following items are clipped
resorts ; be seeks to build himself up now in of farmers more than they do. If they would tourists in Ireland soon discover that the
from a late number:
a time of pcaco by the same means that gave quadruple the Dumber of valuable horses length of Irish miles constantly recurs to
iie undersigned , having fully
him prosperity when everything was reeling orown in Oregon, there would be a demand their observation ; eleven Irish miles being
in the bouse, ready to impart information at
refitted this rid and favorite place of resort,
with tbe drunkenness of war passions. He for all of them. We want a fine class of equal to about fourteen English. A stranger
now offers the ve-y best of liquors and segars at
time, to any one who can read or lit*
carriage horses, like Cleaveland bays; we
12 1-2 CENTS.
cess which the history of Indiana shall blush want buggy horses of the Ilambletonian and tion of the road in a particular district;
The Saloon is commodious, the billiard tables
“If a man believes everything he reads In
are of the latest and most improved pattern, and
for, and has no ambition beyond continuing Morgan Block ; we want good erossei of ‘•True,” said a native, “but if the quality
a newspaper an insane asylum is bis destina
the wants of guests promptly supplied.
his political career aa ho began it, upon tbe horses for farm work ; and we want for heavy of it be rather infairior, we give good meas tion within seven days.”
And all other kinds of printing required
50 Point» of Jill 11ard» For Drink».
infamous principle that “lies are swifter of draught, horses of the Percheron stock. We ure of it anyhow.”
to be done in the community, on
A girl of twenty, at AJtano, III., is digging
foot than truth.” He is a high Senatorial want to dispense with the Cayuse horse nnd
very reasonable terms.
Thoso knowing themselves indebted to me will
a well for her father at seventy-five cant» a
instance of the truth which he neglects to
do well to call without delay and settle, as I must
You who want Job Printing done, give
foot. She has received three offers * of mar-
have money, and that soon.
us a call, and we will satisfy you both in styleand believe—that a man does not necessarily
riage since she began,
acquire a liberal knowledge of tbe world by worthless scrubs.— IFtUamctte Farmer.
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NEW & FANCY TYPE,