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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1871)
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F irst J udicial D istrict .— Circuit Judge
1’. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, II. K. Hann
J.ickvn t'-i ’iti/— Circuit Court, Secund Mun
in February an I N ivember. County Court, Gr-
M >nd.ty in each
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¡mes A. Wil-
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I. LG AL TENDIallS taken at par for
Anecdote of Gen. Loe.
I. S. Hai Ln ; Irea.--
; M rah*!, J*ttM P. MeDaaki
eat canfcderato leader, jn!t dead,
was remarkable for his eocial us well as for
his military qualities. Iiis handsome per
son, aristocratic bearing, ar.d polished man
ners, made him especially the idol of the fair
sex wherever he wont. Tho severity that
marked his deportment in camp end battle,
totally d ‘-erted him when the rcsponsibilides
wh:. h they imp-.sei w. re withdrawn, and in
p; ivate life lie was one of the most genial and
humorous of men. We recall an anecdote
illustrative of this fun-loving element of his
■haractcr. Tho incident occurred a few days
b- fore the outbreak of the war. Among the
most frequent vi-it. rs at the mansion ou Ar
Says tho Crisis: “Tho most despicable
manifestation of the Ku Klux spirit discover
ed in this country recently is that unclean
trick whereby the Abolition Ku-Kluxof Con
necticut swindled Governor English out of
iiis office of Governor, to which ho was clear
ly and fairly re-elected. The evidence shows
that about two hundred Connecticut Yankees,
lineal descendants of the blue law' witch bur
ners, committed felony and perjury in order
to ingratiate themselves with better men, and
that these criminals wore supported in their
crime by accomplices in the Legislature, who
aggravated the perjury of the smallqg rogues
by piling on official oaths of the most solemn
and imperious character. This Connecticut
Ku-Klux, headed by a vulgar demagoguo
named Jewell, deserves the attention of tho
Congressional Committee, as a more llagraut
outrage upon public decency and political
morality has never been committed in this
country. It is sheer folly to go South in
search of Ku-Klux boogaboos when such an
infamous fraud can be palmed off upon tho
enlightened people of New England, who
snilicr iu their sleeves at the success of a
windle which should consign its perpetra
tors to the prison. Gov. English can afford
to await the natural result of such offences
against law, as he has the quality of endu
rance deeply imbued iu him ; but it would
have been more satisfactory to outsiders if
!;c had arraigned, tried and condemned the
vile clique of his persecutors under the laws
of his State which make penal offences of
fraudulent voting, perjury aud theft.
i" .:!• n Ii iel.t;- were the Fairfaxes of Alex-
M l 3. Fuirfax was one of the g'nor-
p.u-ticul.-.r favorites and the attraction:-, of
i.r s-.ciety were Eut least
am g the induce-
s that tempted him so often from An.>.b-
to Alexandria. One c Id December
:r:g, w!hi'c r’. ii.ig thr ugh the
m st delectablo settlement t, he espied
F. aF]or- aching
CT (rem the direction in
h he w; ’ going. A ll W m toments later
;ad dis m >u:;ti‘ I and engngi cd in co: v r
n. Th c lady arm- <d her a i if against the
13 CRC V of the weather by carrying a
mu'.f, with which she rd lieve I the ten-
y of l.t r nose to as umc a too brilliant
. by ; : ;'* s p * f’V''”V Pl
: to that frost
Io -1 i! ; this
17 upon the vail. n f act whi
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Li . ■ I. 4 .. .1 1 i. ■ ’ el, but did’n
ai’Cut C‘ r-
11 û S >■ a friend turuiag a
h>SEI lliNH Cut N TY.
Ji: 1 -c. J. ii. Sifcri Sheriff,
1 : C’er-. Chnries 11 'hes ;
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An Imperi ant Movement.
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We learn from the German Dcmokrat siiat
the new Immigration Society has been fully
organized by the European ar.d Oregon Land
Company, who will offer most liberal terms
to induce a large immigration direct ircm
Europe. The President of the Company is
J >hn S. Wilson, well known throughout tho
United States as Commissioner cf the U.S.
Lana Office for the last twtnty-fivo years,
and the Directors are gentlemen intimately
connected with various railroads, etcamship
u 1 banking associations.
!•;■', the ri ¡nd uf
tou-i : is ¡ ••suede’ th
tran Í ri ì to the elys ian fie
The s il cf Pout’.! cm O
rent front that of tl
¡lis V.' ¿1 r ; nor, <¿
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tains quite a per cont ... 1 oí
s •':! ul tiie V» i llame; .1) Valli
It is a v.el
th ,t limc-
fr< s\ ar.d
I any other
• rid -X-
an 1 11
L > ic'
¡ ai 1 tu the c .Ilecti'.n
the F. Trai ani State Govern-
ry 1 L ;rls un 1er the Pre-cmptiun
I Laws i, an i tu tì e Entry of Miucral
Il lúllds of
D-.¡tai RuutnS in buil-I’H r f- rraerly occupied by
Dr. E. II. Grccmnan, corner Califuruia and Fifth
Streets. Ail stvl s of Dental work done on short
t..'ice. at Tela- I prices. Particular attention
the rc ju'.tti u >t -hil Iren’s teeth. Teeth
cxiraetel with ut pain by the use of the late
I of lo -al anasth- sia.’ Ad work warranted.
Nov. 2<»th. 188»
An agency has been established in Frank
:!1 V» fort, Germany. Mr. Herman G. Muller, it
well known citizen of California, is connected
with the movement, and will leave our State
rare f r Europe in a few days, to make arrange
ments f r the vig irons prosecution of the ob
jects of the Company. We know of no bet
ter qualified icrson to give impetus to the
nnvcmc-nt timn Mr. Muller. He has lung
been a resident < f California ; is a lawyer by
nrufesd n ; was for a lung period co-cditorof
tho Gorman Dcmokrat; is thoroughly ac
quainted with the resources of the Pacific
C.-ast, and has dune much to make known in
Germany, by his writings, the immense labor
fields that offer on the Pacific shore homes to
millions of European brethren. Wc wish
Mr. Muller every success iu his mission.—
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T iif . S tanford H orse and D lx A ir —No
C hance r r a R ace .—The following comma«
nic.’.tiu!’. front R 'bert Bonner wc take from
the New Y rk Herald of May 231:
N ew Y ork , May 22, 1871.
To the Edit r of the Herald—In your pa
per of tho 12 11 instant I find the following
telogtain from Chicago: “Robert B.nncr
has accepted the challenge of the owner of
the San Francisco horse, to race in Chicago
in June next, for a purse of $50,000.” Wiil
you permit me to state that there is not one
w rd of truth in that dispatch? I have
neither accepted nor received such a chul^
Under no possible circumstances
would I allow a horse belonging to me to
compete in a race of any kind. I own and
drive the best horses that I can procure; but
I keep them for my own use exclusively, and
not for racing purposes ; so that whenever
y a sec a rtatement that I have accepted a
challenge to trot one of my horses for $50,009,
r any other sum. y u may be certain that it
is Ehecr fabrication.
ca: acily f r crop pnduction ! tiger
an i cle
other soil—it Lists longer. We cm
b u n
up pro >f i f this fact from (J.scrv.;::
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
the limesto 10 hills of l’ennsylvan
Virginia, Kentucky, and other
on tho Rio <
RIEXD WITH A ?.2'.Y AA'IE.—t !•
into two Ter
that a new grass has
The valleys of Southern Oregon
Ety so 11
of Illinci-, and c
i »■’ r »
* , 8 3 1 1 « ;
di covered in California that live»
ri on as a
extensive than have ever been
to have p -pulath
the dry bummer, Stands the drouth
When these Territories shall have
Most of people, and especially the scttl *rs in Stafe
that part of the State themselves, have never IlCCCE io S at s, the present limits of Texas and is very productive. Alfalfa
count ¡1 tl c fuotliilis and up-lands ns worth I will ei ¡1 r ne five States with ten Senators,
I anything. A ? hut few people have lound it This will be a vast ir.cr- asc of puliti. :-’: pvw- Il is the grass ku twn a.- Lucerne in the East
«s>Ti> IE?* J3°ö. ^ el € JL qb j • <4 ■ desirable to raise gr in ‘•away ent S uth.” er. Now that the war is ov r and cmigra c 1 State , where it is eicensively
SlVt grown for
r, tavin : located in J acksonville ,
!?. ■ 1 two -r three
that lew found all the land n ode 1 down in lion is rushhiir into Tex; as so rapidly, n divis- 3t li:\i c-'.itle. D iri: g th j last
jf ini'.mu the citizens of this place an J vicinity
turned to the
t.i it he i- ii’.-.v prepare i tu take orders fur all kinds
il’.e level valleys , ai d have rever tried grain ion of hs
' uge verriiory
territoi must take place at
u! g.-at-’and I >>’? e'. .thing at reasonable prices.
Large quanti:i s f
\1P f till*
on the hills, to any extent, and Imre never an early day. Its pr
nt siz' i, nearly five
Satistacti .u guaranteed.
year, and so far a •
purchased the hill lands f r anything but times a- great as that of New Y rk or 1'cnr.-
C leaning an i R epairing done. 'T ’J.
— such as —
; know tbi e.-ro- riuients have been very sat
sheep pasture, Yet these very pr ph1, hav- sylvania.
July 2.1, 187».
-t. ry. 1 ¡1 ¡.CHS .- ¡wn to alfalfr will
"ey’, will in
ing the rich bl; ck soil of the valley
R odert B onner .
Tim C limate of C ai . i - enia .— Dim.
less than ten years l>c mere surprised than
A n A pology .—Mr. Phillips of Wake, N.
<f ordinary pe.-ttirc. We have seen patches
any one else to see the neglected hills pro- b’e, strolling along tie wharves at E
has in his place fia the House of Repre-
ducing immense crops of wheat and oats, ami met a tall, gaunt-looliir.g fi/ure, a “Di. ter” this year which had been cut twice, the yield
entatives, apologized for the infirmities of a
making thousands of people rich from the from Calif >ri.ia, and got into cotiver ition oach time I eing very larg*, and at least three
Judged Here is the apology :
untold quantities of grapes and other f.ui with him : “Healthy climate, I snp;,o.-c?” ci-ups in .re will ba taken from the same land
“In regard to Judge Pearson’s habitual in-
Why. without irrigafiun. The gr:-. - - ds its roots
which they will predueo of finer quality than “Ii :;!t!iy 1 it aint anything cl-c.
1IIOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS- CON-
n, he said that the Chief Justice's
J stmtly on hand.
anywhere else in the Suite. Vt e confiden !y stranger, you can choose there any c’itr.atc d-.-.vn to m : ' t’.r ', lr«’<? a:. 1 grws dur!;, g the
>!i. pr vide lit onca gets a g'> id infirmities in this Particular had been known
believe there is ample room and occupation you like—hofor cold - ar, I that w?. “¡cut trav dryest s«
H \N DRILLS.
all over the Slate for thirty years. That in
valleys of Umpqua. Rugue river and eling riore than fifteen ininntcs. .1 Jest think start, and when the land is rich and Well
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.. I, ,.f m. i m of people. To any o’ that the next c 11 morning when you get tilled, the yield ii wonderful. It is theenly despite of this well known infirmity, he had
12 1 2 Cents.
from the Superior court
July 17ih. ISC'.t.
' ■! _ th: ¡¡gh that country on the top of out 0’ bed. There’.* a mountain there—the grr. s Well abopte 1 f'r dairy purposes which i i been elevated
stage c ;ich. t:.is statement would appear Sawyer Nevady they call it—with a valley will live through the tix months f dry weath bench, and recently re elected Chief Just ¡co
xtrav.ig.mt. But we have been up and hi each side, the : oe hot, the other c< 11. er ; a: d this fact ba* attracted the attention by an almost unanimous vote. The Chief
down those valleys, from Sod 1 Springs to Well 1 git on top that mountain, with a of stock growers in this Siata. Lucerne Justice almost had a chartered ught to in*
pamphlets . •’Sailor Diggins,” and from GJice creek to double-barrelled gun, and y >u can without crops < ut as alfalfa, 1 ut is just as gond for all dulge this infirmity.”
Lei the people remember that when they
SeottsJjurg, enough to know that wc arc cor moving, kill either Summer or 'Winter game th it.-->$. F. B u U l S h .
elect a drunkard to office, his friends claim
rect. This progress and development cannot jest as you will.” “What! have y n ever
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A T hick L ipeeh M ember .— The Washing-
niBicdibus. tììc b.
of course take place, without opening the tried it?” “Tried it? often and sh uld have ton correspondent of the Baltimore (¡azelte, for him the chartered right to get drunk.
country by a railroad. But the road will be done pretty well, but for one thing.” • peaking of the swearing in of the new mem Wo once more raise our voice against tho
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built, unless the enemies of Oregon arc “Well, what was that?” “I wanted a dog bers oi Cotigrt s, bays ; “The appearance election of any drunkard to any office.— Bib*
no OllltS Of
strong enough to stop it. The road has work that would stand both climates. The last of the new comers was quite encouraging. lical Recorder.
Ah l all uher kind* of printin'» required
The b t face I iw among the lot of the few
t. be dune in the community, on
ed wonders in the Willamette valley, but its dog 1 had froze off his tail wbilo pintin’ on remaining sculbwajs and carpet-baggers,
to HXü Will
Thus ! kno’
very reasonable terma.
“Nona but tho brave deserve the fair,”
effect in Southern Oregon, when tho iron the Summer side. lie didn't gvt entirely was that of the i-e .wh Klips covered the
do well to co ¡ tv ! U u «se »y «i i I cvt?.c, a.” 1 lUUct
none but the brave can live with some of
baveLuuuey, and tüat joou .
£-9" Yi.n who want Job Printing done, give horse shall enter those solitudes, will be per out of tho Winter side you ecc. ’1 raw aj yuu whole surht e of the lif 0| the enormous Bi
us a call, and we will satisfy you both in styloand
ble which he k.i<> d with great fervor.”
fectly magical: clearing up. enlarging and live!” Marble sloped.
G ilbow saioon!
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