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But bad as.is this system of imperfectly
I and superficially educating the pupils, we do
In the April number of tho Westminster not know but it ia less an evil than tbe ent From the Eugene City Guard of Jun2 3d AKERS—MILLER—At Phcenix, at the house of
The above is the caption of an article from
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1871
David Miller, May 29th, 1871, Rufus Akers to
tLe Aev lori Tribune. Its Editor, Grecly, | Review is an article of much interest on this ploy meet of teachers who are unworthy, or, we glean as follows :
is at this time making a tour of inspection I important subject. It treats upon the system in fact, grossly incompetent tn serve in that Ex Governor WLitiaker, A. J. Cruzan and
E. D. POUDRA Y
through the South, where he confesses he of education generally to be found in Eng very important capacity. As the English' ‘iothers will start next Monday across the
meets a cordial reception cn every hand. W< land, and points out serious defects therein. gentleman remarked after an examination! mountains, to be gone about fuur weeks.
give an extract from the article. This com Bat it particularly calls attention to the want
Our County Clerk showed us a deed which
—At Grave Creek, May 30th, 1871, to the
ing from the source it docs, may be taken as which exists of thorough, competent teachers i fractious horses, that it was, after all, not he receive 1 for reCurd, in which the grantor ISHAM
J. Isham, a son.
a candid statement of things in that unfortu i in the various institutions of learning, all the bad horses which required a training system conveyed the premises, “together with all tbe
An Old Snake Under A New Skin.
nate section, and a telling comment upon the way from tbe primary schools to the great so much as bad grooms needed good trainers, j tenants and iinpertenances.”
so might we say tl at good teachers are
We call special attention to the articles on manufactured falsehoods that are continually Universities of Cambridge and Oxford. In
required more than a better system of educa A prominent gentleman of our town, being
our outside in reference to the new tactics of being raised by the villainous politicians fur the course of his remarks tl^ writer says :
asked a few days ago if he proposed building
Gold Hill Quartz Mining Company
“Perhaps the first thing that strikes any tion. It is not enough that the preceptor this Summer, replied : “As immaterial is so
the Ilerald in regard tc. the railroad interests political effect:
‘‘Our correspondents have now been S) lung one who attentively considers this method is shall be learned himself, but he should costive, I think I thill refer it until next
of Southern Oregon. The repeated defeats
possess the faculty of imparting that which
which it has suffered in its warfare upon the in the disturbed districts of the South that we | tho absurd length of the lesson, meaning
it is his duty to teach his pupils; and in this year.’’
interests of this section of the State, seems to can form from their letters a distinct idea off thereby the number of lines to be got through
very important talent many of our teachers James Hutchinson, of Douglas county, rpilERE IS DELINQUENT UPON THE
have stirred the malignity of its conductors the state of society in that part of the Union. [ in the time. And tLis, in too many schools
are notoriously lacking. Also of his require passed through town on Wednesday, with a a following described Stock, an account of as
to its lowest depths. This warfare has been It is a melancholy picture that they draw for and by too many masters, is regarded as the
levied on Aug. 22d, 1868, March 27th,
ments and other proper qualifications-to fit drove of one hundred and ninety-three head sessinent
1689, June 14th, 1870, and November 8th,'1870*
as senseless and unreasomble r.s it was vin us. The most intelligent, the influential, ll.t I chief point to be imlisted on ; a certain quan-
him for the position there ought to be no uf beef cattle and ten head of horses and these several amounts set opposite the names uf
dictive and rancorous. It was instituted be educated, ‘the really useful men of the i tity of the book must be got through in a cer
doubt, and this should be determined by a mules. 5Ir. 11. is driving to Puget Sound, the respective Shareholders, as follows :
No. C’tif'ctes Shares Amt.
fore the last election, when tbe Herald seri South,’ deprived of all political power, have tain time ; how, is very little considered.
And this brings U3 to the root of the matter. sufficient examination before a competent where, it ;s reported, beef cattle are very John McLaughlin ..........21...
..... 50.. $87 50
ously endangered the success of the Demo
cratic party in Southern Oregon by its advo subjects of a despotic conqueror. Taxed and
System is very necessary in education, and
e are informed by reliable authority, that
Parents and teachers alike fail to comprehend
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cacy of the Pengra route. It was renewed
in accordance with law and an order
in the unscrupulous attack made upon Sena venturers, and by tho ignorant class, which
the Board of Trustees, made on the 3d of June,
the learning which a man or boy lias in Lis , by some particular system which should not J road has been definitely located at tbe north of
1871, so many of the Shares of each parcel of
tor Fay. It was manifest in the demand only yesterday lioed the field and served in
head which is of importance ; that a thorough be disregarded or put aside to suit the ca- side of town. The passenger depot will be said Stock as may be necessary, will be ¿old at tho
made upon U. S. Senator Kelly to repudiate the kitchen,’ they care nothing for politics
mastery of the simplest and smallest principle price or notion of every fresh teacher. We «t the north end of Willamette street and Company’s Office, at Sachs Bros. Store, Jackson
liia pledged honor. It appeared in the whole except to throw off tho oppressive yoke ; they
ville, Oregon, on Saturday, July 8th, 1871, at tho
is of indefinitely more use, alike in the train have scou instances in this State in which! the freight depot at the end of Oak street, hour of 2 o’clock p. in. of said day, to pay thw-
sale abuse of the Democratic members of the
ing and development of the powers of the tbe object of the new teacher seemed to be I Captain Packard donated ten acres of land delinquent assessment, together with cost of ad
Legislature who supported tbe celebrated would call themselves of either party, pro
vertising and expenses of sale.
mind and in the practical work of life—for I more to prove to tbe parents of the pupils j to the Company. This location will have a
IKE SACHS, Sec’y.
“Caucus Resolution.” It Las time and again
the former fit3 a man for tbe latter—than a (how poor a system and how iudiferent a tendency to keep the business on WiJiamctte Jacksonville, June 5th, 1871.
made its appearance in the oft-repeated and
teacher bad preceded him, by putting the^street. Grading will be commenced on this
labored attacks to discourage aud disconcert ward after tuc war, < ut nt elbows, and desti superficial or merely mechanical knowledge
of half tbe sciences. Ii is better fur n boy classes through precisely the same grade oficad next Munday and go north.
the advocates of railroad enterprises in this tute cf character and education, now rJl in
thoroughly to understand ten lines of Virgil lessons as taught in another school book.. prom t},e galem Mercury of June 3d we
State ; and now it crops out again in a ran splendid carriages, drink raro wines, glitter
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TII17
than to be able to give a glib and “free” and without any progression whatever, than glean the f-llowing:
under.-dgned will on Saturday, the first day
corous effort tc assist the adventurer Elliott with diamonds as b'g ns Fisk’s, and steal
; trans’atiou, got by rote, uf all the -E.ieid ; to advance them in their studies. Of course,
of July, 1871, at the residence of Orson A. A’tearns,
in his attempt to retard the progress of the
near Link river, Jackson county, Oregon, sell to
better that he should be able to give a ra by such a system the progress of the pupii
Cal. & Ogn. railread, by ruining the credit sion. It is no won’er that the impoverished rional explanation of the principles of simple might be ‘represented as equal to the head ceived daily during the week at the Salem the highest bidder for ca>h two small mules, tho
property of C. O. Boxley. Said property will bo
of tbe company. Al! of the efforts made by planter, growing po. rer every day ; ’the ex subtraction than have that merely mechani way of the man who happened on a racej Mil's. On Wednesday we noticed a train of sold
to satisfy a lcin of $S0 00 for keeping and
this unscrupulous sheet we are glad to say- Confederate officer win fought so bravely for cal acquaintance, which is all that most boys track ia ilia walk, during a day’s j >uanoyJ ten wagons an Commercial street, all heav- feeding mules.
Sale to commence at 2 o’clock in the afternoon
hare resulted in signal, in ignominious defeat. the cause in which ho honestly believed;’ get at school, with all the processes of frac anl kept going round and round over the same ’! : ily leaded.
The splendid project of the California Eastern tho professional men accustomed all their
- • his!
During the week Ben. S. Nordun, of Port-
O. T. BROWN.
June 7th, 1871.
Extension, sounds tho death-knell of the lives to hold office ¡.nd Lad the public senti Three.”
blunder. But this sort of repeating is worst-!
Pengra Company ; for tbe branch which the
Morion county,Jiave been appointed No
is a a gross
“Fur the object of education is not to cratn jthan a blunder with teachers; it is
C. P. E. E. Co. will send to Klamath Lake things with rancorous hearts. They might
b >ys’ beads with an undigested mass uf infor wrong to their pupils, and ought not to b<- tarie5 1>utjlic for Oregon by dovernor Crorer.
to effect a junction with Holladay’s line, submit to be ruled by soldiers who bad beaten mation cn various subjects, nor to enable tolerated. Of other defects and imperfections | '¡’he apple trees in the orchards in South
which will pass through this valley on the them in battle ; ‘but here they are plundered them to construe Virgil or Thucydides. In in the system of education in some of oar ¡Salem are almost entirely stripped uf foilage
Wintjen & Helms, Proprietors,
line surveyed by lion. Jesse Applegate last by sutlers and camp followers.’
This is a miserable state of things, indeed,
summer, effectually secures us a railroad,
more utterly useless, taken by itself, to Eng ¡and will defer mention of them to another oc the destroyers seeming to have no relish for Oregon St., next to Odd Fellows* Building.
while it is a crashing defeat to Corbett, Sla for a republican g verr.ment—a burlesque
lish boys-, than a mechanical knowledge of casion. But there is ample room for reforms such astringent diet.
ter. the Ilerald i Co., and lays the Pengra upon the suffrage, when the only restriction
the Greek and Latin languages. These are in these which we have noticed, an 1 we shall Oa last Monday a petition was filed in the
essrs , wintjen a helms beg to
Company on its cooling board. Appreciat upon voting is that the Votes shall ‘not’ b
inform their friends and the public generally
all we hope for if this gen Executive office, signed by numerous and
that they have thoroughly refittvd their saloon,
ing this melancholy fact, the Herald has cast fur ‘the most inteiligcn! and virtuous
tirely, as a means cf training the mind to a eral reference to them wiil prove of any ser ; prominent citizens of Columbia and Mult- and reduced the price of liquors to
now turned its attention to fighting Elliott’s citizens.’ We have often warned ci>r party
ininali counties, fur the pardon of Bradford
wholesome and useful exercise of its varied vice.—Bulletin.
battles against Holladay, and has transferred in Congress of the inevitable result uf the
Bernier, lately sent to the Penitentiary of
powers. The proper cr.d and aim cf cduca
Sentence of Laura 1). Fair.
the trial of the law suit from the foru.-n to its vindictive method if re? u stru ion. We
State from tho county of Columbia.
They will be happy to have their friends “ca’I
columns. As an instance, we will take at hare told them and we tell them again, ti nt
ple how to use their minds to the greatest!
random any number of the Herald for the
O Saturday, 31 inst., the argument of the
'effect—in short ‘not to give information, but
motion for a new trial in Mrs. Fair's case 1812. called on us last Monday, Mr. Cox is English Ale and Porter,
past three weeks—say that of May 31—and universal amnesty and impartial suff-ag".
‘O teach the pupils how to learn,’ to teach
¡was condole’. .Judge D.vinello immedi a re-i le:it of Marion county, where lie hail
&ee how much of it is devoted to Ilolladay,
A Ring cf ths Truo Metal.
tnc-m the way to tcc.ch themselves and to ap
ately overruled the motion, and then pro «. v-.-r;.! chi'd.cn living. He is seventy li ne together with the finest brands of liquors and ci-
and has railroad law suits. On the first rage
ply their mental powers to any subject that
y<ars of age at'I still in the er j ij merit of ui: j gars always on hand.
ceeded to s-. nlence the | risoncr as follow. :
of this issue the two most lengthy articles are
Carl Schurz, a Iladic ii Sena^r from i. Ss maybe brought before them. What chil
“It i •.-.*• . ;:!v n main ; fur mo to pass tk 1 r> ‘ usual vigor f< er one of his age.
devoted to this subject ; they would make a
50 Points of Billiards for Drinks.
ouri, declared the foil ’wing truthful senti dren go to school f;r, if rightly understood,
April 1st. 1'7 ».
-enlt nee, li e s.id lest duty of iny life.
full column. Out of seven origina’ articles ments in a recent speech at St. I. u’ - :
1-, to gain habits of application, order, m 41.-
oa the second page, six are devoted to the
Mi n-’Lel!—I renew, if y<>ur 1! >noi strung: ■rs arc d.iily to be seen inquiring abcui
the most pressing >1, discipline, to learn Low to think and to!
the e- II intry. hti-invs'., clc. The hotels art
same subject, and this issue is a fair sample i
reason and iir.d out things for themselves, ' please, my ri Jtion i’ur jiidgement up-a t!.-. doing a ilv ‘I v business. All kinds of trnd<
of the next.
sound practice of constitutional gorernnient. not to be tol l things that they do m t know. I verdict.
is more liv ly than for s ane time pr.st. The
Is it not strange that a paper which claims !
M on rai-c in the price < f v.beat caused many o'
Above all, the great object of edm-.i L-n, the
to be (what it certainly is not) ti.e organ of
grand result to which ali tho e Lal.is we
l.iriners who have been holding on I r
the Oregon Democracy, can thus lend itself liberties contained in the Constitution arc loo I
L '. t . i to i.e pcrniune.i:!^
igh prices to dispose of ti.eir grain and the
day after day and year after year to a war
jeopardized in providing for a passing enter ' I the lic.b t cf self contri 1, t; at pcwL'et mas-
.r : i ig contmutiiiy feci the reviving effect ol
fare of this character, simply, to gratify the
gency. It is time that the American people er ,-y . f a man’s s?I , his power.» cf mind and
the increase <>f money put in'c reukition.
private malice of its owners? Is it not an
b dr, Lis f. cling? and Li- intcii- ct, which is
1-'rj, : ii the Salem Statesman of June 21 we:
outrage upon the Democracy which it claims
this tendency, and that neither a great name the higl.e-t and m ;t «¡istlnctlve character ; mur ler, fer tri
to represent, that instead of the political in
cull this :
eniial element ¡dec P. U.i- <
nor an object appealing tn our sywpifhies istic ol humanity. the most
formation and the current news its support
Vt’e will Lave prettv lively times here this
>SRS. PAl’E A SAVAGE AND MR.
should be permitted to disguise it. .1? for me. and c.-million ol hitman Lappines-•-. To put ' ¡-ent to Ibis (\
ers hare a right to expect, the yare daily
H-.-iiry l’apc have placed their accounts in
and a go al many people wili be called j
I have seen the working cf irresponsible pow b y, or girl, in tho way of learning how best ¡ni?lied with
■ >ur hands for collection. Unless prompt attention
treated to a nauseating rehash of the vítu I
together from a.l parts of the Slate. County is given by debtors to the payment of these ae-
u-;e ail Lis. or her, natural faculties for the ably defended
er and personal government in other couu'ries,
peration which its conductors chooses lo in
Court e •mmences June 5th ; Grand Temper counts, costs will be added.
and I may assure my constituents that while attainment of such wishes as reason and ex n>U!:C;d you
I’AY A REA.
dulge in against every man who sc«3 Ct to
ance and Religious Convention the 16:h;
1 am, a citizen of this republic I shall struggle perience p int out as the worthiest; that, we : cause to show
Jacksonville, April 5th 1871.
differ with it? And is if not a scandie, and
Graud Lodge of Masons June 13.It; Grand
to the last gasp against its introduction here.", take it, is tbe true object of the schoolmas Court sin uld net be pronounced?
<lisgrace to tbe Democratic paity of this
Lodge of G ol Templars the 13th ; a News
The Die lfarheit, a ILbrew pnper uf St. ter.”
A silence as of death reigned in the Court
State, that the journal which sets up a claim
Convention the 231, and Circuit Court
All that the writer says applies as well to room, broken ‘only by the sobbing of the la
Louis, says :
to be the leading organ of the party, engages
“It is dune. The first half-b shful r.nd ho United States as to England, and to our
FHY1IE UNDERSIGNED HAS ONE LARGE
in a warfare against the interests of or.c sec balf-audacious attempt I ii . b been made to. own State equally with any. Very much Idles who sat ly Mrs. Fair within the bar. There will be a meeting to-day of tic Di g freight wagon tor sale. Also one sett team
new. The above property can be seen at
tion of the State, celebrated for its staunch shake the ed.fi.-eof American popular govern-i •an be said upon this subject, as regards
rectors of the Columbia River and Willam harness,
Hotel, Jacksonville. Terms of sale
Democracy, simply to gratify the private ha
meat to its very foundations, '¡'no ditch is; both /lie pupil and the teacher, but the limit iin her mother's lap during tho first p ortion ette Valley Railroad Company, to talk over part cash, and the remainder in freight.
tred and malice which its owners entertain commenced which will certainly become the;“** newspaper columns compels one in treat
of the Court’s remarks, had partially recov the business of the road. J. M. Bloomfield, _ Jncksnnvillc, May 12th, 1871.
toward certain individuals? Is it not pass
grave of the liberty of this country and ofj ,nS upon it to be brief, and to deal in ered her composure, and now sat upright, Esq., of St. L >uis, is President of the Coni
ing strange that this journal gladly makes
pany, and we learn that Columbia City, on
the best Constitution that ever was, if thisjicnera‘ propositions rather than with the
itself tho personal organ of Elliot, as it al- j ttempt should not bo checked by the insight details. The mischiefs of tho “cramming" with her eyes closed, and her face pale -m l the Columbia river, is already selected, and
ready ha9 been tbe personal organ of Ladd, :
thirteen hundred acres of land there secured Notice to Cattle Raisers.
or the superior power of the people. Had system are apparent to every careful obser
while it claims to be the organ of the Dem ; we not read it every day for weeks in black ver, not only in its injurious consequences no response, and did not even appear to be for the terminus of the read. Salem is the
¡conscious of the question asked her.
ocracy ? Will the Democracy of this State,
R C. T. PAYNE, LIVING 1J MILES
upon the physical condition of the pupil, but
principal business office of the Company and
tolerate this repeated transfer of allegiance ■
east of Phoenix’ offers the services of a tlior
ough-bred Devonshire Bull to the public, at $5 a
from the party to individuals, until it wiil re-; dream. Senators and Represenalives, np ; in the imperfections it causes in his habits of the Judge whose voice trembled with emotioD therefore the meeting is held here to-day.
season. The animal is a deep red fivc-years-old,
quire a long examination of the successive pointed as guardians of our liberties, have -study and in the tuoasure of his actual at
Quarter day brought multiplied demands weighing 1,624 pounds.
layers of collars which tbe Herald wears, to deliberated many days and nights bow they tainments. It is resorted to in preparations said:
C. T. PAYNE.
the State Treasury so that tho balances
find out beneath the whole, if there really is
for the Closing Exhibitions given in out- Your silence indicating that you have noth
Phmnix. Ogn.__________ Apr8-tf
were soon exhausted. Tbe Insane Asylum
one labelled Democracy.
ing to offer, the judgment of the Court is
dian of the rights of the people, with imperial schools of various grades, when for weeks
for nearly §12,000, and no funds were
T he C ollapse of the C ommune . —The I i power. Now they have reached their aim. beforehand tho pupils are “crammed” to an that on Friday, the-----
!on hand to meet it. The tug boaton Colum-
tragical reign of the Commune in Paris is ! Indeed, there are only a few steps from the excess of their vigorous mental powers, with Mr. Cook—(interrupting) If your Honor j bia bar makes a regular call on the treasury
NOTICE, THAT IN ACCORDANCE
ended, and what an end! Amid tbe smoking law by which the 14th amendment is to be bits and scraps of what should have been please, we hope that you will place the day for §1,000 per month, and the new State Pen TIAKE
I with Section 14 and 15, Title 2, Chap. 27 of
raios of the blood-stained capital of France; enforced to tho inauguration of an unlis- eomplcto processes in tho lino of regular of execution as far distant-----
itentiary also creates an unusual call for Oeneral Laws of Oregon, we will offer for sale at
, , public auction in front of our stable, in Ashland
amid corrupting corpses in tbe streets; amid guised dictatorship, and from that to umniti studies, merely for the purpose, not of deni-} Tho Court—(interrupting)—on Friday, money, While
the interest account on back Precinct, Jackson county, on Monday, June 12th,
onstrating just how much and how thoroug-j the 28th day-----
tbe ruins of art treasures forever lost to tbe gated Caesarism there.are even less.
warrants foot up largely, All these have :it * 0 clock. P- m., the following described prop
viz : One roan horse, about 14 hands high—
world; amid famine and flame and blood the
Ar.d yet the people of the United Status
Mr. Cook—(interrupting)—We hope your combined to deplete the exchequer, and the erty,
about 9 or 10 years old.
curtain ring? down on the most awful tragedy observe the threatened ruin of their right- they learned, but of showing how success j Honor will delay tbe day of execution r.s prospect is that funds will be scarce until an
ROBERTS I HATTEN.
of tbe century. The carnival of blood held
other year’s taxes come iu to make the cash
in Paris for several mouths past has cost with an indifference as if they bad lost the especial occasion, just as actors become well j !ong-----
50,000 lives and the ruin of two thirds of the understanding of tbeir liberties and conscious
The Court—(interrupting)—That is what account easy.
City; the murder in cold blood of the purest ness of their sovereignty, and as if we 1__ up in their parts by the »tmfy if only the I am going to do. The judgement of the
From Mr. James A. Smith. G. W. Secre
and best, and atrocities of all kinds the con returned to the times when Pmoiorians mu ide particular portions of tho text of the play
of the Good Templars of this State, we A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES
templation of which sickens the heart. The
assigned to them. The pupil will glibly
defeat of the French armies by the Germans
tody of tho Sheriff, and that on Friday, the learn that he will report to the next meeting 2V indebted to the late firm of Linn A Hall, aro
requested to call on the subscriber and settle up.
was n calamity to France; but the anarchy
28th day of July, next, you by the Sheriff of the Grand Lodge a gain of nearly 400 All debts due said firm not settled by the first
call it—the exercises allotted to him before
of the Commune was utter ruin. What
appointed, be hung by the neck until you are members during tho last eight months. of July, 18il, will be placed in the bands of a
powers of recuperation tbe French have, re
cl:e assembled multitude, and delight the
proper officer for collection.
mains to be seen; whether the Theirs Gov
This consumate old spoon-thief hypocrite heart and exalt the pride of his parents who deal, and may God have mercy on your soul! There seems to be considerable interest mani
ernment. nbw firmly established, and signal harrangued bis beloved Colored brethren of
fested in the cause, and it has Keen greatly Jacksonville, May 26th, 1871.
izing its triumph by wholesale executions of Boston with all the eloquence he could spoon attend*to witness his proficiency. But let commencement of the remarks by the Judge, increased by the efforts of G. W. C. T., C.
him be examined 01T the stage, or say a
the leading Communists, have ability and
energy to bring order out of chaos is a prob up from the inmost depths of his blackened week later, and the chances are that he will was one of intense interest. Tho room wa« Beal, and G. W. 8., J. A. Smith, through
lem 8(111 unsolved.
soul. He made these newly galvanized fel prove quite as unlearned in the identical not crowded, the general public opinion the Good Templar, the organ of the Grand
Y INSTRUCTION 8 OF JOHN S DRUM,
low citizens believe that they were the grand branches which bis display exercises had being that the cas§ would not be decided Lodge. Mr. Smith informs us that the Grand
all the notes and accounts duo tho firm of
R escrgam .—Smith, the steward of tbe est quality of the human race. Ilia overjoyed
Lodge will meet in Salem on the 13th of this Glenn, Drum A Co. will be placed in the hands of
beeu cast in u9 though he had barely skimmed
Steamer Pelican, who was accused of outrag
an attorney for collection, if not paid in thirty
sable auditory gaped and wriggled with de them over. It is a superficial and unser tbe lips of the Court, the spectators and the month, and from all appearances there will days.
ing a little girl on board tbe steamer, and
May 26th, 1871.
was tried at tho mouth of tbe Umqua by a light, when he told them that their valor as viceable style ef education—if it deserves the prisoner felt that tbe motion was to bo de
jury of the passengers, found guilty and sen
Dame—which is thus derived, and while it nied. The prisoner watched the countenance
tenced to death, and, according to report, and their loyalty as citizens, and thus they may cause temporary laudation of the teacher of tbe Judge with the most intense eagerness,
In Salem, June 3<i, Benjamin Wriglitman.
were better adapted from their rare virtues
executed, has made bis appearance in San to
Clinton, Missouri, aged about 45 yearn,
Francisco in perfect health and protests bis whites themselves. The Hubbites were great or give satisfaction to parents who are more
ground for a uew trial, she buried her face died. Mr. Wrightman was a new comer in
he undersigned having beenap -
ly elated, and love-feasted with the negroeB disposed to accept as solid that which is but
poined Local Agent of the Board of School
i Land Commissioners, ia now prepared to receive
T he Jacksonville Times says that tbe edi over the grand idea. Here the Hub will
Her little daughter was not with her. As three weeks ago to California, whero lie re applications to purchase School, University and
tor of the H xbald is the most bashful, diffi commence a new revolution. The white trash the true test to discover what their child has
actually learned, it cannot but eventuate in i ihe Judge proceeded, she struggled against mained for about two weeks and thence came I State lands.
dent and modest man in the known world.
” a,;cr.,nPanicJ by one-third payment oi the pur-
Why does ho seek to make us blush ?— Her- ideas of equality, may hope by a higher tui the detdetion of the teacher’s false system (emotion and succeeded somewhat in over to Salem. lie had been ailing for a short Pu
■ chase price.
tion and moral probation, to attain the grade
of these exalted beings; and then all the and his own incompetency, and prove of ir coming it. The sound of the Judge’s from time previous to his leaving California. He’ Office in Court House—up stairs.
Wo ohould as soon attempt to make a brass white race may learn of their ways and be reparable injury to the pupil in hi? progress bling voice was only broken by the sobs of leaves a wife and four children. IPs death
T. H. D. SHIPLEY,
Local Agent for Jackson county.
the women in the court room.->S’. F. Bulletin. was caused from an abscess.
Jacksonville, March I9 1871.
The South—It* Signs and Sufferings.’
Fublic Schools and Teachors.
THE TABLE ROCK SALOON