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BY J. N. T. MILLER & CO.,
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OFFICE—On California St,, over Reame» A Wil
son’» Livery Stable.
Subscription, per annum,.........
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, S TURDAY, JUNE 3, 1871
Every variety of Job Work executed with neat
ness and dispatch, at reasonable rates.
LEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
Nigger Ku Kluxies.—Sportive Freaks
■ vol. do., do.; Faxon D. Atherton, do., do.:
Loyalists in South Carolina.
of the Nation’s Pets—Indorsements
j Jcl'i P. Jackson, Vallejo, California; A. De
We make an extract from the preamble to of the Administration—Innocent Dar
La i. London, England ; Edward H. Green,
F irst J udicial D istrict .—Circuit Judge, P.
of resolutions at a mass meeting
lings ! !
do do.; Rudolf Sulzbach, Frankfort on
P. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, 11. K. Hanna.
—Circuit Court. Second Monday
Ma n ; William II. Tillinghast, .San Fran held in Yorkville, S. C. What a blessed
in February and November. County Court, first
state of things, under the benignant klepto-
Judge Bramlette murdered on the Bench,
Monday in each month.
by a nigger, in Meridian, Miss.
State, were filed the articles of asso
All of whom, either in person or by proxy, mania of r. k. scott:
County Ojficm— Judge. T. II. B. Shipley;
without representation is the
Horrible crime in Cleveland, Ohio. A
Clerk. Silas J. Day : Sheriff, Henry Klippel :
Deputy Sheriff, £. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
road Eastern Extension Company. As a tion, having paid the ten (10) per cent, re curse of any people, and we form no excep nigger outrages and murders an old lady of
Neuber ; Assessor, David Ridpath ; County Com
tion to the rule.
matter of more than ordinary public interest, quired by law upon their subscription.
missioners, John S. Ilerrii, Thomas Wright ;
This party has been in power but three
One nigger kills another in Memphis, Ten
we reproduce in full the documents filed :
in witness whereof we have hereunto sub
School Superintendent, Win M. Turner ; Survey-
•or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner. L. Ganung.
Know all men by these presents; That we, scribed our respective names, places of resi years. Already they have raised the taxes nessee.
JftektowiUr Prfrlnct.— Justice of the Peace,
‘‘Loyal” niggers massacre a Democratic
• whose names are hereunto subscribed, being dence, aud the number of shares by each of from §684,COO in 1868, to §4,395,047 in
James R. Wade ; Constable. N. Stephenson.
the subscribers to the stock of a contemplated . us respectively taken in said corporation, at 1871 ; and worse than that, if anything can nig, near Atlanta, Georgia.
Z.ocn nf Jaektotufillt,— Trustees, James A. Wil
A colored gentleman beate his wife to
j railroad iu the States of California and Ore- the city and county of San Francisco, Cali bo worse, tbo public debt is increased from
son. N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J.
8. Howard ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ; Treas
urer, Henry Pape ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel
A d ex Confedérate Captain waylaid aüd
i commencing at a point at or near the town of year of our Lord one thousand eight huudred sion of the government, to §9,805,908 in
by niggers, in West Tennessee.
I Davisvillc, county of Yolo, State of Califor-
J osephine county .
has cancelled the lien which the State held
A market-woman assailed by niggers, near
I nia; thence northerly through the Sacra
—Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk. Charles Hughes : Asscs- I
She whips up her horse and escapes.
mento valley, and thence in a northeasterly
sor, R. E. Foley; Treasurer, Wm. Naucke;
! William F. Roelofson.....San Francisco
Two niggers murder an old widow lady
direction, crossing the northern boundery of | MilL'U S. Latham.......... Nun Francisco,
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson, II. Wood-
her servant, near Portsmouth, Ohio,
ooek; School Superintendent, R. R. Middles-
California at a point near Goose Lake to a Isaac Friedlander.......... San Francisco
road. Add these amounts and we have the
A nigger minstrel knocks another nigger
poiut near Christmas Lakes, in the State of A. Gansl.......................... Nan Fr ancisco
JoeepAine C<iunt;i.— Circuit Court. 2d Monday
the canal, at Rochester, N. Y. Result,
Oregon; thence easterly through the State of Eugene L. Sullivan...... Nan Francisco
in April and Fourth Monday in October. County
against less than §5,000,000 when thii negro cold ebony.
Oregon, the Territory of Idaho and the Ter-
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
J. P. Jackson................. Nan Francisco.
government was inaugurated. If A New Orleans nigger shoots a street car
ritoy rof Utah, to Ogden City, in I tab. Also, i John B. Frisbie.............. Vallejo...................
this be the work of threo years, whit may conductor, for asking him Dot to smoke in
i from a poiut on the first named route in the Alexander De Laski...... London. England
William 1!. Tillinghast...San Francisco......
we expect should the government be contin- the car.
bend of the I’itt river, near the forty-first Edward JI. Green, by )
Two niggers roast a little nigger child to
parallel of latitude, northwesterly to a junc j his attorney in fact, > London................ 18,000 tied? What care they for the public debt, or
Milton S. Latham... )
in North Carolina,*because it cried
■ tion iu th-' State of Oregon with the railroad Rudolf Sulzbach, l>y1
l of the Oregon and California Railroad Com ; his attorney in fact, J- Frankfort on Main 24,000 but the poll, and that is limited to one dollar, too much.
Milton S. Latham... I
and to the purposes of free schools to educate
Three niggers brutally murder a steam
, puny. Also, from a point on the first named Julius
May. by his at-j
route, near Christmas Lakes, westerly to a
JACKSONVILLE LODGE No. 10
torney in fact. Mil- Frankfort on Main 18,000 his children. Hereby hangs a tale. It is boat captaiD, on Lake.Outario.
ton S. Latham......... J
said §90,000 of this poll tax is unpaid—only
Horrible outrage on two little girls, by a
junction with the railroad of the Oregon and
olds its regular meetings on
nigger in Jersey City, N. J.
, California Railroad Company at or near
every Saturday evening at the Od I Fellows’
The Homestead Law
nigger hashes another, at Vidalia,
Hall. Brothers in good standing are invited to
lower Klamath Lake, in the State of Oregon
JAMES BUCKLEY, N. G.
shown to their black friends. If not true, Louisiana.
—in all, nine hundred and forty-three (9-io)
California St.. (Up Stairs.) over Reames
The following u=eful information will ben
THOS. PAULSON, R. Sec y.
A s’.ie nigger chokes her cousin to death,
miles of railroad, or thereabouts; which s ock 1 efit the many in taking up homes under the somebody’ has increased their bank deposits,
J ohn B ilger , )
Wilson’s Livery' Stable,
so subscribed by us amounts to at least one Homestead Law, taken from the Dailetk with money that belongs to the school fund. near Raleigh, N. C., for stealing a spool of
II. K lippel , > Trustees.
II. V. H elms , J
thousand dollars (61,000) per mile for each Morning Call. It simplifies that subject s<> In addition to ail other taxes, an annual levy thread.
Regular Rabekah Degree meeting, last Monday
of §180,0(10, is imposed under the sterling
A nigger highwayman robs, and almost
i and every mile of the said railroad so in- , as to bring it within the reach of all :
night of each month, at 7) o'clock p. in.
murders a merchant, in Perry, Ga.
May !•>;. I"u9.
I tended to be built, and has been subscribed 1. What is a homestead?
A South Carolina nigger “knocks the
by us in good faith, and ten (10) per cont.
It is a farm given to any man or woman '
C. W. KAHLES»
; there n in cash has been paid actually and in who lives on it, and cultivates it for five I port of an honest government, we would chunk out” of his dad-in-law, with an axe-
i good faith to Milton S. Latham, one ot our years. We say “given,” for the charges are i stagger beneath its mighty burden as best ■ handle.
Attorney and Conasellor-at-Law,
number, who has been appointed and named only about ten cents per acre—that is, the I we could, without complaint: but when inl One darkey lets daylight into another,
by us as Treasurer, for that purpote; and I cist of surveying and recording, amounting posed by adventurers, carpet-baggers and with a butcher's steel, in Jersey City.
JACKSONVILLE, OR ECON.
And thus, day after day, and week after
also being desirous of forming a corporation I in ail, for ono fourth of a square mile, to §18 negroes, for private uses, to be true to our
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and
other Courts of this State.
fur the purpose aforesaid, d > hereby, at a at most, and §4 of this sum are not payable
week, the fearful, hell-black catalogue goes
not taxation : robbery, not the legitimate ex on swelling and widening, rising and deepen
OFFICE—In buildins formerly occupied by O.
regular meeting of us, the said subscribers, fur five years.
Jacobs—opposite Court House .« ¡nare.
penditure of government.
held in pursuance of tho statutes iu such
ing. More crimes in this brief few days’
2. How large a farm is a homestead ?
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
record, than were committed by niggers in
coses made and provided, and after due writ
It is a farm of 160 acres, except on tracts j
slaves, headed by these carpet baggers have Qfly yearSi before the war. Who’s responsi-
one-half of which has been granted in aid oi
OÍT1C0--O11 l’ino street,
not only assumed all the cm! powers of the ble for aB these ¡nky-hued horrors ? On
said Trea?urer. ad .pt tiie foliowing
I railroads or other public improvements. On State, but they are armed to the teeta as a
Opposite t lie Old
whose heads rests the bloud of all these hap-
articles of ass ciatiun :
i such tracts the homestead is of no more than military force
Iwg victim8, Whom wilI future ßen'eration8
aving a large and well select -
Tiie undersigned, whose names half the usual size, unless the homesteader ■ militia. Thirty thousand black bayonets
ed assortment of
curse, as the authors of all these soul-chill
are hereunt > subscribed, do hereby organize. I has served at least ninety days as a soldier, j have been distributed. White men were not
ing atrocities? Who’s to blame? Who,
I firm and become a corporation and body cor
In that case his homestead is a quarter sec-1 considered fit to bo trusted with arms, H(re but the whiDing, lachrymose, snivelling
I ' porate, under and in pursuance of an Act of tion anywhere.
we propose to ventilate
a piece oi petty tyr-, 6C0Undrels who, iu the name of “Philanthro-
DR. A. B. OVEKBECK
3. Wiio may become a homesteader?
the Logi-lature of the State of California,
sentiments of every I |py/ «« , » have » Jet . « lü09e thrce
of' . ign"or"a"t
IVILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND Sl'R-
Any man or any woman—that is, any na- honorable person. A military acidemv,
' 3ntiiled “An Act to provide for the incorpor
VV GERY, an I will atteu<l promptly to all calls
beastial, but useful and contented labor-
on professional business, liis office and residence
ation of raid ¡»d companies and the manage tire of a legal age, and any foreigner who long standing, has been reopened at this ers> to relapse int0 their naÜTa
has declared his intention to become a citi-i
The Overbeck Hospital,
place. A t the head of this institution is a ferocity? The accursed Party, which has
On Oregon Street. Jacksonville. Oregon.
m -st exemplary Christian gentleman. He is 0Verthr0wn teu State Governments ; fur years
and the several Ac’s snpp'.emeutary thereto, very day he lands in America.
furb.d the use of his own guns to drill his disfranchised a million white men ; ostracised
U. B. REA
JAMES ». FAY.
land amendatory '.hereof, for the purpose of j 4. How does one become a homesteader ? boys ! The negro, armed by the State, with intelligence, patrioti6m) honesty and decency;
FAY & REI
I owning, constructing and maintaining a rail- ; He goes to any United States land office, ball and rifle, is marched and counter- made Legis;atoMi Judges> Lieut> Governo^
road in the States of California and Oregon, j and there has free access to map3 showing marched—the mare the better-but white Foreign Mini8terSf Congressmen and Sena-
Attorneys and Coimscliors-at.Law, I
and the Territories of Idaho and Utah, com- all the vacant lots in the neighboring region, youths—schoolboys—are not permitted to
OFFICE—In Court Hunse, up stairs.
tors, of stench-sweating, dog-fanged chunks
■ mencing at and from a point at or near the lie then goes and picks out the one he likes drill with empty guns!
Will practice in the Supreme and other Courts
of Egyptain night, Guiuea-coast barbarians,
town of Davisvillc, county of Yo’.o and State best, returns to the land office, makes an
Let another tact be set before the public. whose ancestors, only three generations ago,
of this State.
of California; thence northerly, through the application according to the legal forms fur Just previous to the recent elections, the
dined with gusto on broiled missionary, and
"jit* Particular attention paid to the collection
Sacramento valley ; thence in a northeasterly nished by the officer there, for that lot is a home Comptroller General of the State, in the
of Claims against the Federal and State Govern
supped on fricasseed babies. The Party of
We arc prepared to do all kinds of
direction, through the counties of Yolo, Teha stead, leaves those forms for record, pays at presence of a large concourse of his blaek
ments, the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption
latterday Jacobinism, which mumbly-jumbly
and Homastead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
ma, Shasta and Siskiyou, in said State, cross most fourteen dollars, and is hencefourth followers, proclaimed that the “Radicals
Lodes under the recent Act of Congress.
Conservatives advise us to “conciliate,”
ing the northern boundary of California at a monarch of all he surveys on the farm of his would rule, or so fiil the land with burning
DR. W. JACKSON,
“compromise with.”— Caucasian.
point near Goose Lake, to a point near Christ choice. But a homesteader is not obliged to
go in person tojdie Government Land Office. buildings that vegetation would not sprout.”
mas Lakes, in the State of Oregon; thence In most cases bo can ascertain from local The seed, sown in madness and folly, has
S umner on G rant .—Now, sir, as I desire
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by
easterly through the State of Oregon, the land agents or residents, what lands are va germinated sooner than was expected.
the suppression of the Ku-Klux, and as I
Dr. E. II. Greenman, corner California and Fifth
cant, and then make his application for the
the elevation of the African race, I in
Streets. All styles of Dental work done on short
In this county alone, twelve incendiary
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
to Ogden City, in Utah; also, from a point I
sist that the Presidential scheme which in
clerk of the court in the county where it lies, fires have consumed the buildings of peaceful
given to the regulation of children's teeth. Teeth
stills a new form of Ku-Klux on the coast of
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
sending with it an affidavit, with his reason citizens, in as many nights.”
extracted without pain by the use of the late
Pitt river, near the forty-first parallel of lati lor not appearing in person.
San Dommngo. and which, at the same time,
method of local anasthesia. All work warranted.
tude, northeasterly, to a junction in the State
A lfalfa or Cnn.E C lover .—Daniel D. insults the African race, represented in the
Nov. 20th, 18(59.
of Oregon, with the railroad of the Oregon occupy his land?
black Republic, shall be arrested. I speak
At any time within six months after his Grass, Richland, Cal., in the Country Gen
and California Railroad Company ; also, application is put on record, and he may tleman, writes: “Here, in California, the now against the Ku-Klux on the coast of San
a point on the first named route, near journey away from his land at will, if not Alfalfa is getting to be used wherever it will Domingo, of which the President is head,
Christmas Lakes, westerly, to a junction absent more than half a year at once, and grow, in preference to all other grasses. On and I speak also for the African race whom
with the railroad of the Oregon and Califor provided that he fixes his residence nowhere the Sacramento we cut three or four crops of the President has trampled down. Is there
nia Railroad Company, at or near Lower
6. Can a homesteader become full owner hay through the summer, of the best quality any Senator in earnest against the Ku-Klux ?
Klamath Lake, in the State of Oregon, lhe of his farm sooner than at the eud of five for horses, and for milch cows thero is Let him arrest it on the eoast of San Do
aving located in J acksonville ,
length of the said railroad, as nearly as can years?
nothing that equals it either in pasture or mingo. Is there any Senator ready at all
informs the citizens of this place and vicinity !
Yes; after six months’ residence, ho can.
times to seek the elevation of the African
that he is now prepared to take orders for all kinds
nt any time, purchase his Lind by paying hay. One acre of Alfalfa will make more
of gents’ and boy’s clothing at reasonable prices.
three (943) miles.
the Goverment price, the maximum of which feed than three acres sown to any other crop. race ? Here is the occasion for his best ef
§2.50, and the minimum half that sum For soiling, I think it would be admirably forts.
Art. II. The name of the corporation
Jjd“ C leaning and R epairing done. "S-X
suited. This season I cut two heavy crops
hereby formed and organized shall be and is
T he D iamond D rill .—Yesterday morning
July 2d, 187ft.
7. What if the homesteader is in debt?
“The California Pacific Railroad Eastern
we met with Mr. John Morris, the contrac
His homestead is exempt from liability for
Extension Company,” and the term of its ex- any debt contracted previous to his perfect for seed, which was very imperfectly thresh tor to construct the Wallamet locks and
istnnee shall bo fifty (50) years from the date ir.g his claim to the land; and, in some ed, but yielded 500 pounds of seed to the canal, and he exhibited to us several of the
States, it is not liable to attachment for any acre, which sells for fifteen cents per pound
famous diamond drills with which the work
of excavating is to be harried up. They are
Art. III. Tbo capital stock of the said
After a homesteader has resided on his
about the simplest queer thifigs in the world,
corporation shall be and is hereby fixed at
land, and tilled it for five years, if at any G ood C ounsel .—In any business, never
hoice liquors and cigars con -
considering their astonishing bore. They
fifty millions of dollars (50,000,01X1), being time within two years he proves that fact to
sUntly on hand.
wade into water where you cannot see the
look like sections of steel tube about two
the actual contemplated cost of constructing tho register of the land office where his ap
inches long and half an inch thick, with an
the said railroad, the cost of the right of way, plication was recorded, that officer will ob
of a bag; and count money before you receipt
motive power, and every other appurtenance tain for him from Washington a full title to
outside diameter of an inch and a half or
his land, charging him only a fee of §4.
tor it. See the sack opened before you buy
12 1-2 Cents.
and thing for the completion and running of
possibly a little more. At one end of the
9. Is not one man as good as another?
what is in it; for he who trades in the dark
July 17th. 1869.
section, three or four dirty looking little
“Yes.” said an Irishman, “and a great asks to be cheated.
stones are set in the steel—in the rim and as
ted by competent engineers, and is divided in deal better.” So our last Congress enacted
many moro in the outside circumference.
to five hundred thousand (500,01X1) shares, of
The act was approved by General Grant.
the par value of one hundred dollars ($100) July 15, 1870. It provides that every per oring to impress upon the minds of her Sun These are the diamonds. The section of tube
he undersigned , having fully
son who has severed loyally for ninety days day school schollars the sin of Nebuchadnez has a screw thread at the other end, by which
refitted thia Md and favorite place of resort,
now offers the ve-y best of liquors and segars at
Art. IV. The number of Directors who in the national army or navy is entitled, on zar, and when she said that for 6eveu years it is connected with the drill shaft and the
, shall manage the affairs of the said corpora the terms above explained, “to enter and he ate grass like a cow, she was astonished engine. When set to work, the drill revolves
12 1-2 CENTS.
receive a patent for one whole quarter section
at the rate of about 1,100 revolutions a min
The Saloon is commodious, the billiard tables
tion shall be thirteen (13), and the names of of land”—that is, 1G0 acres—where other by a little girl, who asked : “Did he give ute. It is said that the hardest rock or iron
are of the latent and most improved pattern, and
the persons chosen to act as such Directors, men can only enter 80, “of the alternate re milk?”
, or even steel, can be drilled with them with
the wants of guests promptly supplied.
and to hold their offices until others arc elect served sections along the lines of any of the
A Cox-USDKLM.-Wbat I. Ike difference
ib«< the -e.r of the diemonde,
50 Points of BllllarA* For Drink».
railroads wherever public lands have been ,
And all other kinds of printing required
even after rears of use, is almost lmpereepti-
to be done in the community, on
granted by acts of Congress.” In order to between Lincoln and Grant?
William F. Roelofson. San Francisco, Cali gain these privliges, the soldier must pursue
Those knowing themselves indebted to me will
very reasonable terms.
was great for his stories, and
, _ * * “
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do well to call without delay and settle, as I must
fornia; Milton 8. Latham, do., do.; Richard the same routine and pay the same fees as if p , Lincoln
lhe farmers of St. Joseph county, Induaa*
You who want Job Printing done, give
have money, and that soon.
Grant is great for his relations.- Cincinnati
p|a2Ucd by a horso thief only twelve
us a call, and we will satisfy you both in styloand Hammond, do., do.; Isaac Friedlander, do., he were a civillian ; but he gets twice as
j years old.
do.; Albert Gansl, do., do.; Eugone L. Sulli- much laud.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
NEW & FANCY TYPE,
(CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAD.
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