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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1871
Pull of the Blisters.
Instructions Respecting Rights of Pre
Emption Settlers on Public Lands.
Every variety of Job Work executed with neat
ness and dispatch, at reasonable rates.
LEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
There is no grace or sense in affectation,
[We think the following will be appreci
We hear much said of natural genius for
F irst J i diciai . D istrict .—Cirouit Judge. P.
consequently it is most unbecoming to all, no
D epartment of the I nterior .
localities not a thousand miles from certain purposes—the natural teudency of
P. I’riin : Prosecuting Attorney, 11. K. Hnnna.
matter how artfully assumed. People who
General Land Office, March 22, 1870. >
Jacksonville.—E d . T imes . |
some minds in early days—and which led to
CoHHty—Circuit Cuurt, Second Monday
W hereas , by Act of Congress approved
strive to seem what they are not, are justly or
in February and Novetubet. County Court, firnt
achievement of great results. We doubt
A false tale, maliciously told to injure any
Monday in each month.
foolishly ashamed of what they are. Howev 27th of March, 1854, entitled, “Au Act for
soundness of the doctrine. We believe
one, is slander. It is a crime whose charac
County O'iicert— Judge. T. II. B. Shipley;
er, this seeming is a very common fault of the relief of settlers on land reserved fur rail
that “it is education which forms the com
ter it is impossible to describe. Murder
Clerk, Sila« J. Day : Sheriff, Henry Klippel ;
Lcp ity Sheriff. E D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
blanches into whiteness by the side of slan mon mind.” In our time, we have known
The preacher pretends to be more devout which have been, or may be, withdrawn
Neuher : Assessor, David Reupath ; County Cotn- i
der. Hell can not produce a fiend as low' in I two striking cases that have forced upon us
tnis-vtoors. John S. Herrin, Th<>iuas Wright ;
than he is.
Scho -1 Superintendent. Win. M. Turner ; Survey
utter villiany as the slanderer, lie is a pes-j this conclusion.
or, J. S Howard ; Coroner. L. tianung.
II. A. was a boy born of parents in com
sight into the law’ than he has, and assumes prior to such withdrawal, shall be entitled to tilence breathing curse ; blasting like the mon life. As some parents are apt to do,
JacktotrilSt P.temct.— Justice of the Peace,
James R. Wade ; Cuustable. N. Stephenson.
a guileless expression of word and counte pre-emption, at the ordinary minimum, to simoon, witherng character everywhere, and they thought their boy was a prodigy. When
stabbing reputations “with a smile.” Slan
Turn yf .life!»*«“ ft lit.—Vruf tees, James A. Wil
nance to entangle his victims.
the lands settled on and cultivated by thim ;
der includes whispering, backbiting, evil four years old, with a pencil, he would make
son. N. Fisher. Lewis Zig.er, John Bilger and J.
provided, they shall prove up their rights ac
•S. Howard ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ; Treas
surmizing talebearing, babbling, talking, evil t rough imitation of en animal, The body
impress people that he has many patients, cording to such rules nnd regulations as may 'speaking, defaming, bearing false witness, was a circle—the head, tail and legs were
urer, Henry Pape ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel
aud in a confident way prescribes fur diseases be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interi
J osephine covnty .
short marks ending in the circle, What a
judging uncharitably. A man who loves to
uf which he is wholly ignorant.
wonderful child, said the mother. The boy
County OjKcert.— Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
hear evil reports about a brother is a slan
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk. Charles Hughes : Asses
The student who desires to be called an ec
■ is a genius and must tea painter, 6aid the
And whereas the first section of the Act
sor, K- E. Foley ; Treasurer, Win. Naucke ;
derer at heart. One who takes pains to bunt
I centric philosopher, wears long, bushy hair, approved June 2, 1862,
father. After that the child seemed to Le
Commissioners, Thotnas G. Patterson, 11. Wood
says dull and incomprehensible things, affects I provides, “That all the lands belonging to the up rumors against a neighbor, who puts j happy only when it had pencil in band. Its
cock ; Sebeel Superintendent, R. R. Middle.
others on the track of lies, is a slanderer.
to despise humanity, and wears spectacles United States to which the Indian title has
drawings were unlike anything in heaven
The highwayman is a gentleman and a Chris
Jattphiue County.— Circuit Court. 2d Monday
above or in the earth beneath. Time hurried
been or shall be extinguished shall be subject
in April and Fourth Munday in October. County
tian compared with the scandal monger,
long continued study by the light of the to the operations uf the pre-emption act of
"Court, First Munday in January, April, July aud
on, and his genius exhibited itself in rough
lie robs you of money, the tale bearer plun
drawings of ships, trees, houses and the like.
the fourth of September, 1841, and under the
your reputation. The assassin is a saint
The merchaut pretends he is making little conditions, restrictions, and stipulations
Ever regarding his boy as a wonderful and
by the side of the man who preys on inno
or no profit on his wares, when in truth he there in mentioned ; vrooided, however, that
aspiring genius, the father placed him with
cence, and with venemous words, poisons the
may be realizing four fold.
when unsurveyed lands are claimed by pre air and kills character. Men fond of hear a painter of some eminence, from whom he
And women affect all sort# of things.
took lessons, and he soon began to evince de-
emption, notice of tho specific tracts claimed
A pretty woman pretends to think she is shall be filed within six months alter the sur ing evil reports and of telling them to others cided germs of talent. While Advancing
would be pirates or brigands if they were not
rapidly in bis art, death turned bis hands
vey has been made in the field ; and on fail
JACKSONVILLE LODGE No. 10
A homely woman pretends she scorns beau ure to file such notice, or to pay for the tract cowards. They are worse than flies who de upon him and he passed from earth. Was it
light in sores, or hyenas who revel in putre-
ty and does not wish to be handtome»
OLDS ITS REGULAR MEETINGS ON
claimed within twelve months from the filing facation. The small pox, cholera, ar.d the natural genius of the child which raised
every Saturday evening nt the Odd Fellows’
A lively w-rnian pretends she is never sad. of such notice, the parties claiming such
him to early eminence, or was it the fostering
llali. Brother* in <«w»d standing are invited to
i plague are blessings compared with tattlers,
the flattering notices of his parents,
JAME8 BUCKLEY. N. G.
lands shall forfeit all right thereto, provided for they only kill human bodies, while back-
TUOS. PAULSON. R. Secy.
said notices may be filed with the Surveyor j biters try to murdec souls. The deadly this education long continued, that contribu
California St.. (Up Stairs.) over Kearnes
J ohn Bit ger . I
A coquette pretends to love her husband.
; General, and to be noted by him on the town wounds of the slanderer are worse than those ted, or indeed produced this result? Our
11. K iii - eel ,
&, Wilsou*a Livery Stable,
H. V. H elms . I
ship plats, until other arrangements have made by the serpent’s fangs. The venom of opinion is that the latter was the efficient
Re;u’ar Ra’iekah Degree meeting, last Monday
i been made by law for that purpose.”
i the sap is harmless in comparison with the
night of each month, at 7) o’cl k p. in.
A malicious woman pretends that she
We knew another, and not a dissimilar in
Therefore in accordance with instructions virulent poison ejected from the talebearer’s
May 1st, 1869.
would Dot for the world harm any living
A boy, with the curiosity that be
from the Secretary of the Interior, its order : lip-», llis tongue is set on fire of hell, and
E B . W KTS ’N.
C. W. KAHLER.
ed that all settlers on lands surveyed at dale devours all that it reaches. We would rather longs to many of bis class, was always in-
A vain woman pretends to despise flattery.
KAIILCK K WAT*ON.
of settlement, and within the lateral limits of i meet with a grizzly bear unarmed, than to ■ vestigating machinery. lie wound examine
A wmnan excessively fond of men pretend«
withdrawals for railroad purposes, where set run across the path of one delighting in lies. the movements of a wheelbarrow, a coffee
Attorney and Coinwlhir-nt^ • ♦
tlement was made prior to date of withdraw God's mist terrible judgments are hurled mill, a sausage cutter, and he would be ab
esty slanders «nother woman who happens to
al. shall be required to tile their declaratory against this crime of crimes, and eternity alone sorbed for hours in investigating the move
JACKSONVILLE, ORECON. Le a greater fav-rde.
ments of a patent churn. That boy is bound
statements within three months from the first
A de<- -itful woman kisses the une she day of Jirne, 1870, and thereafter make proof can adequately punish such abandoned, utter to be a great machinist, says his enraptured
illimitable villiany. A tale-bearer some
would stab in the back.
and payment as required by law. And in all times gets in the church, and then a whole! parents. And forthwith the boy would pro
Bat the s llie»t and mo-t di*g«ia‘.ing pre cases hereafter, settiers claiming pre-emption
ceed to investigate and understand all aorta
tense and affectation are the airs assumed by righ’s upon surveyed lands under the act of neighborhood is kept in a blaze. Women! of machinery that came in bis way. Ha
sometimes become false accusers, busy bodies,
many w..men of the present day.
Dr. L. T. DIVIS,
March 27. 1854, aforesaid, shall be required venemous deniers in scandal, and then they would, before he reached bis teens, repair an
Human ra’ure in woman has n->t material to file their declaratory statements, and make
old clock with the best of the crait. He
tear in tatters the reputation most unlike
OfTlco-’Oii X’iix® street
ly changed within the space of fifty years, 1 proof and payment in Lke manner as other
went to a trade—to a practical machinist,
their own. The itch is a source of infinite
Opposite t lie <>ld
j pre-eniptors, in conformity with the require pleasure compared with or.e of these gadding, where be could display the full bent of Lis
aving a large and well select
tioit irv War did not set so many beggars on mints uf the pre-emption law» of 1841 aud
mind—sharpened by the adulation of his
• d uisurtineut uf
talking, mischief-makers. We would exhort
S tabi e .
parents aLd by his own investigations and
it KA ns as L ivery
j tale-bearers to quiet their murderous raids on
, there were not so many idlers. Every nian
21. That settlers upon unsurveyed lands, their fellow-beings, but we have no hope for experience, and he is now one of the best
Jaek« >m ille. Oregon.
u«ed to earn his own living, and it kgpt him including those within the lateral limits of them. A merciful God may find means of practical scientific engineers of his age.
■and his family busy, so that women had not ! withdrawals for railroad purposes settled up- curing them, but they are far more likely to What started his mind in this direction ?
Die. A. B. OVERBECK
the time—even if their inclination would have ! on piior to withdrawal, will be required with go on spreading misery and death around Curiosity, fauned and praised by his idolizing
11’ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
1! GEHY, and wili attend promptly tu all call»
been good — to conjure up those hideous de- in six months after survey in the field, (or, if them. Like foul birds who feed on carion, parents. Are we mistaken ?
oil prole--;..ii.it bu.ine-3. His office and residence
From all which, we conclude, as we began
formites which hide the graces nature has suiveye l before the publication of this circu they are naturally devoted to whatever is rot
this article, that “it is education that forniB
The Oveiberk Hospital,
lavishly bestowed upon Women.
lar, within six months from the first day of ten, and mean ar.d vile.
On Ore^m Street, Jacksonville. Oregon.
common mind,” and that the child rises
It is not possible that > ur grand mothers June, 1870, aforesaid,) to file their declarato
•‘Slander, the foulest whelp of sin. The man
to moDhood under the impress of his early
carried their hands in the dreadful kanga ry statements with the Register of the prop In whom this spirit entered was undone :
J ames d . nr.
D. a. RKA.
—who decide the destiny by means
roo style which obtains in our large cities, er land i fiice, or with the Surveyor General, His tongue was set or. fire of hell; bis heart
FAY & HE A
reminding one of palsy.
' where the plat of survey has not been filed Was black as death ; his legs were faint with baste- which they scarcely realize.
Attorneys and Counsellors-at.Law,
Nor were our grandmothers ashamed to ! with such Register, and thereafter to make To propagate the lie his soul had framed,
OFFICE—In Court Ibmae, up stairs.
The Way to Kill a Town.
own that they could make a loaf of bread, i pro >f and payment for the tract within llis pillow was the peace of families
Will practice in the Supreme aul other Courts
sweep, dust and cook a good dinner; per i twelve months from the date of filing, as re
of this State.
If you have a house to build, 6end ofi fur
I haps wash, iron and bake, »nd go to a ball in i quired by act of June 2. 1862, aforesaid. Broken friendships, and the strife of brotherhoods,
Fools only in his-cotnpany were seen,
the material, nnd even employ workmen
the evening. They knew that industry was And where settlers on lands unsurveyed at
T-iP- Particular attention paid to the collection
of Claims again.-t the Federal and State Govern
i one of the crowning graces which would rec- ! date of settlement have already filed their dec Given up. TLe prudent shunned him and his away from home to do the job, while your
ment., the Entry of Land, under the Pre-etupli<>n
home mechanics lay idle for something to do.
! ommend them to a good husband.
laratory statements with the Register of the
and Honixetend Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
Send what money you have to expend awny
Lode, tinder the recent Act of Congress.
If these airy-affected creatures could only proper land office, they will be required to As one who had a deadly, mortal plague.*
from home. You will probably get it back
DK. W. JACKSOX,
i realize how perfectly ridiculous they look to ; make proof nnd payment w ithin twelve
but woe to the mechanic and laborer,
common sense people, who know just who I months from the first day of June next, as
A few days since, while examining the
and what they are, they would drop a few of aforesaid.
County records, in the Recorder's office, we if he must wait till it comes. It may do for
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by
those who can stand it, yet it will never do
Dr. E H. Greenmnn, corner California and Fifth
their “scollops.” As it is they chew and
Settlers failing to comply with the require found on record the following agreement,
Streets. All styles of Dental work done on short
mince and roll their words around in their ments of this circular will be held to have which is rather a singular document. It is tor the poor man. as he must go somewhere
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
mouths like hot potatoes, look up at the ceil forfeited their claims as pre emptors under supplemental to a certificate of marriage, also to get his bread.
given tu the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
PLAIS AND ORNAMENTAL
If you see a stranger come amongst you,
extracted without pain by the use uf the late
ing most excruiatingly, teater and prance the law.
on record. It will be seen that there were
method of local anasthesia. Ail work warranted.
JOS. S. WILSON, Commissioner.
along, instead of walking, and then the at
contingencies liable to arise, for which there just pick and fleece him of all lie has. It
will make you rich, but it does not give the
N-.v. 20th. 1869.
tempt at a merry, musical, bird like laugh,
was no provisions made :
T he G reat P lains to re I nhabited .—F.
people of your place a good name abroad,
sounds so hollow, that it grates on the ears,
“This agreement, made and entered into
R. Elliott, who has been employed by certain
no one would wish to settle where they
and reminds one of painted sepulchers, skel
at Trinidad, Klamath county, California, be
were in dauger of thus being rsbbed of what
etons in closets, secret gnawing sorrows the
growing trees on the Plains, reports these re tween John Campbell, party of the first part, they have.
world knows not, and all such dismal things!
sults : 1.— Forests can be established in nil and Win. S. Clemons, both of said place,
Have high esteem for that mighty person,
IIow pitiful is all this deceit and affecta
parts of the Plains, even without artificial ir party of the second part, witnesseth ; that
tion ! Those who fear or are ashamed to ap
Myself. Don’t think any one else as good,
rigation. 2.—Much deeper plowing will be whereas the said party of the first part has intelligent, or a9 respectable as yourself.
aving located in J acksonville ,
tins day married a certain Mary Ann, in the
ter and nobler that they may not despise required than for winter grains or forage
informs the citizens of thia place aid vicinity
of the said party of the second part, Don’t associate or look upon them kindly.
themselves. And if they do not respect plants. 3—The most rapid growers are
that be is now prepared to take orders for all kinds
Consider them beneath you, then they will
of gents’ and boy's clothing at reasonable prices.
themselves, by being honest nnd outspoken, beech trees for fast planting. 4.—Planting and has deposited in the hands of Mrs. Care
feel the sting of contempt and leave your
they will command the respect of others.
seed is better than planting young trees. The ; line R. Clemons, two hundred dollars ; now
C lea sing and R epairing done.
If you are poor be not ashamed to own it,
place to seek other quarters where they will
the said party of the first part binds himself
July 2d. 187«.
and seek work, cheerfully accepting the best great Plains, or the Great Desert, as it used
better and kinder treatment.
employment you can fiud, and stick to that to be called, lies far south of the route of the hereby, with his wife Mary Ann, to work for
Frown down every attempt to improve
until some better way is opened.
Northern Pacific Railroad. The route of nnd to the interest of the said party of the
advance the interests of the place, be
If false pride holds you back and you that road passes generally through a country second part, devoting his whole time and at
think yourself too good to work, you will al
tention thereto, for the space of one year next cause your taxes are to be raised a mill or
ways be poor, and after a while mav fall in- that can be cultivated—a great advantage
two, to make the necessary improvements.
,to errors of idleness, when you will bitterly which it will possess over the Union and Con ensuing from the 26th day of April, 1852, or
If you have a newspaper in the place, don’t
to forfeit the two hundred dollars so deposited
regret that you pretended to be able to live tral Pacific.-- Willamette Farmer.
it. Say, “it will not pay to sul>-
without work, while you were young, strong
as aforesaid, and all claim and possession to
8 HOICK LIQUORS AND CIGARS CON-
G rapes in C alifornia .—Mr. llaraztby, of the aforesaid Mary Ann !
scribe for a paper, times are too hard.’’—-
and innocent of crime.— Elm Orlou.
J stantly on hand.
California, states that there are three hun
Witness our hands and seals at Trinidad New Jersey Mechanic.
A ttention , B immers .—The Marysville
dred varieties cultivated in that State, and he this 15th day of April, A. D. 1852.
S hocking O utrage .—On last Tuesday af
Appeal ol June 10th says :
does not know where to look for another. It
a young girl of eleven years of age,
is also stated that of the 22,000,000 vines in
while.on her way home from school, when a
you may get served as an hombre waa in this California, 20,000,000 are of the Mission
distance above Mr. Brant’s was seized
place a few days since. He owed one of our grape, and the others comprise the Black
by a inhuman fiend, who gave liis name as
saloon keepers a whisky bill, which he prom Hamburg, White Nice, Rose of Peru, Zen-
William O’Brien, aDd shockingly outraged.
ised to pay as soon ns he received his week’s
findle, Reisling, White Trogticnal, Chasselas,
It is needless to say that this terrible occur
HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING FULLY
PAMPHLETS, wages. Pay-day came and he drew his
D onation .—From the Catholic Sentinel we
Muscat of Alexndria, Muscatel, Flame To
refitted this >ld and favorite place of resort,
has deeply agitated the entire commu
money, but he told his creditor that he had not
now offers the ve-y best of liuuors and segars at
kay. and Black Burgundy. Vines in Cali take the following: “We learn that Ben
nity, and that the young girl and her relatives
received it. The creditor watched him, and
12 1-2 CENTS.
fornia yield immensely. Col. Walton, from Holladay, Esq., President of the Oregon and; have the sympathy of every one. The evi«
shortly afterward saw him enter a saloon a vineyard of 7,000 vines, seven years old, California Railroad Company, has, with his
The Saloon is commodious, the billiard tables
are of the latest and most impr.o« d .1 attern, and
dence developed on the preliminary examina
near by. Going in there, he found him drink
the wants of guests pr<«n»p’. ■
tion is apparently such as to leave little doubt
i ing nt "the bnr, when he seized the delinquent
nnd laid him on a bench, while lie “went him S60 an acre. To manufacture the best Gervais station, Marion county, for the pur that the person arretted committed tho crime,
ÖO Pointa of DilllardM For Drink«
And all other kind« uf printing required
through him.” Calling on those standing bv wine at the highest profits, requires large pose of building a Catholic Church there
lie was required to give bondt to appear be
lu be done in the community, on
to see that he only took the amount of his capital.— Willamette Farmer.
Those knowing themselves indebted to me will
very reasonable terms.
fore the Circuit Conrt in the sum of $2,000,
bill, he gave the debtor the balance of the
do well to call without delay and settle, as I must
and failing to do so was committed to the
have money, and thatvooH.
You who want Job Printing done, give
“A T ale from R eal L ife ”—C hiñese
ue * call, and we will tatiety you both in etylean cnlation merely remarked : “Well, this is a
ton per week, in its manufactories.
County Jail.— Washington (.Vo.) Observer.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
NEW & FANCY TYPE,
d—d oeol way of collecting a bill.”