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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1871
Every variety of Job Work executed with neat
ness and dispatch, at reasonable rates.
jj»* LEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
M rs . F air on F ree L ove .—A repurier of
A Political Bargain Made Twenty!
Francisco has interviewed Mrs. Laura
and in the c< urss of her conversa
To be a good housekeeper requires educa
Ohio is blessed with a plethora or curbed
IkMt J udicial Dtsraicv.— Circuit Judge, P-
tion she uttered the fmluwing as her position
P. prim ; Prosecuting Attorney. IT. K. Henna.
tion and practice ; but if a woman’s heart is
In the winter of 1848-9 the Whigs and with an embarass des riclienes of political
Jtwt-en» (Ku>I»M—Circuit Court. Second Monday
in the work she will soon learn, if necessity Democrats were almost equally divided in i managers and pUtformists. Especially is on the free love doctrine, the interrogator
in February and November. County Court, first
having asked her, “Do you believe ia the
place« the duty before her.
Monday la eaobmucth.
the Ohio Legislature. Neither party had n the Democratic party thus favored or bur
When the comfort and prosperity of a working majority in the popular branch, and dened. There are several very stalwart and free love idea you advanced on the stand?”
C<vw*y OjW«era—Judge. T. H. B. Shipley •
loved husband renders it necessary to econo two Freisoilers, Townsend and Morse from influential chieftains of the party, who peri Said the condemned woman ;
■ClarK- SHas.J, Day.: Sheriff, Henry Klippel i
Irtfpaty Hherrff, E. D. poudray ; Treasurer, John
“I advanced no such idea, sir, and I do not
mise and live to the beet advantage with the Western Reserve, held the balance of odicully, during court vacation, emerge from
Ntebte ; A**teter, David Red|»ath : Couniv Cora
in free love doctrines. I lovad Mr.
■mi a shin err. John S. Herrin, Thomae Wright;
P' wer. The election in Hamilton county their dusky law office« with bran new plat
School Soper intendant. Wm. M. Turner; Survey-
Crittenden with my whole heart and soul. It
thought and care to the duties of her home.
was clo«e. Owing to some irregularity Pui?h forms for the party. No, not pUtf.irms, that
•or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner. L: Ganung.
Ths help of a good, prudent housekeeper, (George F ) and Pierce, Democrats, contested is an obsolete term. Departure is the new I had believed in the free love doctrine, why
Jirebsn-teiW« Prrvinrt— Justice of the Peace.
enables a man to advance his business pro- the9eataof Runyon and Spencer, who were word. In the Southwest this idea would bp would I have insisted for seven long years
Jamoc B>. Wade ; Constable. N. Stephenson.
pec ts mors than anything else a woman can Whigs and held certificate« of election. The expres-ed more forcibly by the phrase “new for a marriage with him T I had his Inve and
7 v F'* V" J«cF«o»riZZe.— Trustees, James A. Wil-
I had him. Tima and again he told me that
Boh. N. Fieber.-Lawie ¿iglm John Bilger and J.
Whigs stood hv the Whigs, and the Demo deal.” We think the latter’s the better term.
•S. iL>w»rl : Recor ier, U. S. Hayden; Trea.--
The superficial accomplishments of a crats were solid for the contestants. How Departure implies striking out a new path, I was the only woman be ever loved—ever
airer, Henry Pape ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel
boarding school miss are nothing compared would the Freesoilers vote? How and by diverging from the old course, abandoning could love. I ought to have been happy, bat
Jo tar* him cot sty .
to a practical education in all that pertains whom could they be brought around to see the old line, and taking up another on some I wanted the sanctity of the marriage tie—
—J»d«e, J. B. Sifere ; Sheriff.
to make home attractive, and sensible men the legal question involved in the contest from new field. We frankly confess that there is not that for a single moment I have ever con
Daniel L.Green ; Clerk. Charles Hughes ; A»*es-
sidered that I committed sin with him. I
•or. R. Bi Foley; Treasurer, Wm. Naucke;
the Democratic standpoint ? These questions i a great need of some change in the Democrat
Commi»sioners. Thomas G. Patterson. H. Wood-
It is very imposing to witnee9 the mnjestic were freely canvassed in the Democratic Cau ■ ic plan nnd strategy. The old ones have did not; 1 loved him as a wife, lived with
aock i Sabool Superintendent, R. B. Middle*-
■weep of yards upon yards of expensive silk cus. A prominent Freesoil lawyer was Called proved sad failures in all recent contests. It him as u wife. I loved him for hie naiad.
JoeepAine Cownty.—Circuit Court. 2d Monday
flounces and laces into a parlor, but, young 'into consultation, and, though up to that time ¡cannot be questioned that changes, modifica Had he been paralyzed and helpless, it
in April and Fourth Monday in October
man, it requires a large income to support so he had not been counted a politician, he then I tions. some new ideas and policies, are im would have been the same to me—it was not
Court. l’rr*c Monday in January, April, July and
tbe body I loved, but ths aoul. Had I bssn
and there embarked upon a political career perntively demanded by the appronehing the passionate, sensual woman they attempt
It is delightful to talk with a young lady with his eves fixed upon the presidency of exigency. But the word “departure” is too
I strongly indicative of a sudden conversation ed to make me out, I would have naturally
who knows French, and nil the latest novels,
the United States. If we are correctly in
and to have a divine creature dispense her formed, be wrote a coutract between the ¡and total change of heart and conduct, to preferred a young man. But for seven years
i please the masses of that somewhat impracti be was my all—I never scarcely spoke to
best skirmishes of flirting with her eyes,
Democrat« and the Freesoilers, by which it
smile» and fan, but, young man, there ofi is was stipulated that Townsend and Morse cable and self sufficient party. It is true the any one else. Judge Campbell confused me
but little heart or sincerity in such practiced should vote with tbe Democrats to unseat spoils have long been denied to them, and in my testimony. In the sight of God I feel
JACKSONVILLE LODGE N® !•
charms. A girl who has only a common Runyon and Spencer, nnd admit Pugh and doubtless, like the weak-kneed of Isreal, they that we were man and wife—there is no mar
school education, and the accomplishments Pierce to their seat«, in consideration of which hunger after the flesh pots ot Egypt. But riage where there is no love. The mere cere«
OLDS ITS REGULAR MEETINGS ON
taught her by a loving mother, of cooking the Democrats of both branches of the Legi* they are not all ; in fact, only a small portiou mony does not bind hearts together.
every Sntur<lny evening at the Odd Fellow»’
Hell. Brother* in r>«d *t>«ndine ar« invited to
aii-i all other domestic duties, will be mure lature agreed to unite with Townsend nnd of them are prepared to surrender their time
H e C ouldn ’ t T ell a L ie .—“By the by, a
J a MSS BUCKLEY, N. G.
likely t»> make you a good wife.
Morse, the two Free«oilers, and elect tie honored principle, their saered cardinal ideas good story is told of Ben. Butler and his no
TH0< PAULSON, R. Sec y.
Sbo may not have the most polished ad thimble rigging lawyer—Salmon P. Chase— I and gulp down at once so large a slice uf
Jons B ilger , )
torious honesty. A short time since, Ber.
S. J. D av ,
dress. She may not be able to entangle y u to the Senate of the United States. We aie i humble pie, as seems to be the purpose ol Butler and Wendell Phillips bad businete
Jc Wilson’s Livery Stable,
I saac S achs . )
with the battalions of arts and wiles with informed that this contract, in the handwri s >me of the r imp itient chiefs to force down with the President, and, arm in arm, pro
Tterular Rj’>ekah Degree meeting, last Monday
which a petted fashionable belle surrounds ting < f the present Chief Justice of the Uni t ieir mouths. It is too sudden a thing. ceeded to call upon him. The President was
night of each month, at 7$ o'clock p. m.
May l»t, 1869.
and capture« beaux, but she will prize nr ted States, it still in existence, and in the I o -y must be broKeii iu gradually, and given busy, and sent word that he would see th<m
love of an bones*, heart more, and in truth possession of a citizen of Cleveland. The •,,ue linw to reflect, compare uotes, and i presently. Phillips and Butler strolled in •
B. 1. WATSOS.
C. W. KASLKR.
and sincerity devote her life io requiting die ba gian was carried out by both parties )n i'-‘,u|»t the costs,
I the conservatory, in the rear of the White
KAI ILER A WATSON,
love und kindness given her.
good (?) faith, and Mr. Chase went to the '
H >use, thence into the garden. Butler and
If your income be only a few hundred! a Senate, where, as the colleague of Mr. Rew ' O iio are ducnmints dial demand a great deal Phillips were engaged in an amimated con
Attorney and Counsfllor-at-Law,
i Ol nice consideration aud profound rueditu*»j versation upon some topic. Butler camo
ve>»r, a fa«hi<>nrble devotee of style and liexrt- ard. he bore a distinguished part in the great ¡of
I ti.»n. We have great respect fur these Buck
JACKSONVILLE, ORECON smashing will in a few years fret herself into sntislavery debates of that time.
eye chiefsfhut have not accepted their inful-
a miserab’e discontented wreck, end be a
“A large hatchet belonging to the gard-
TTill practice in the Supreme Court, District, and
| lioility as a finality. Here in the South we
was beside a tree. Butler casually
other Court* of this State.
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
domestic girl will develope into a blooming
picked it up, and, while talking, he mad*
It may be remembered by the readers of. scribed lines and routes of party maps and
Jacob*—opposite Court House square.
matronly woman of sense and responsibility.
several deep gashes with it into some of Gen
the Herald that a few months ago a story ; disci,»line.
P people don't think much ol eral Grant’s favorite trees. Ju«t at th’i
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
was currant in the New York journals to the : either the parties which are beginning to rend
juucture, the President appearing, Butkr
T hirty Y ear « A go and N ow .—Says the effeetthat a signet ring, bearing the mono : the firmanent with their partisan clamor and |
hastily secreted it under his coat-tail.
“On the third day of gram “P. B.,” had been ¿¡»covered by a i cries. They suspect the motiv -s of people :
“After the compliments of the day, the
Opposite I he Old
March, 1841. Mr. M irtin Van Buren, ab >ut I fisherman in the entrails of a codfish caught j who are always making new departures and ,
aving a large and well select -
President 6pied for the first time his mutila
to terminate hi.« career a« President, called in Trinity Bay, N. F. Tbe fisherman, John ha’ching new schemes, to secure electoral tri
ed auortaseat ef
tree, and, with tones of vehemence, in
upon General William Henry Harrison, the Po/tcr, kept the prize in his possesion until , itniphs. What they need is a new departure
President elect, and, after an interchange of the 12th inst., when lie was requested in a ( in morals rather than in politics. We want quired who had been cutting nnd gashing that
tree ? After a few moments pause, Butler
civilities, requested to be informed if lie could tetter from the Colonial Secretary to send or an honest aid constitutional governnimt,
stepped brnvelv up to the President and took
DK. A. B. OVERBECK
do anything to oblige General Harrison while bling the ring to St. Joans, ns he bad re Federal an<l State ; we want a more respec-]
him by the hand, saying, ‘Mr. President, I
fil’ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
authority still remained in his hand«. ‘Yes,’ i ceived letters from a iainily in Burnani, in i table class of tneD than those who have of
YY GERY, oad will attend promptly to all call*
replied the modest old warrior, *you can do Puole, England, saying that they had reason late been brought forward by both parties. cannot tell a lie ; Wendell Phillips did it.’ ”
on professional business. His office and residence
me a favor ; my son-in-law, Genpral Pike, to ’eel certain that the ring once belonged to We’re tired of the old party hacks, the
T hin S kinned P e <> pi . e .—Thers are soms
The Overbeck Hospital,
who died on the battle field, left an onlv Pauline Burnam, who was one of the several speech-makers, platfonn-builders, cauct s people, yes, many people, always looking nut
■On Oregon Street. Jacksonville. Oregon.
child, my grands <n. whose inclination«, like hundnd passengers of the Alkn steamship managers, and time Serving trimmers who for slights. They cannot carry on the daily
JAMS* D. FAY.
hie father’s, are for the army. I think he Anglo Saxon, which was wrecked off Chance have so long controlled our politics and intercourse of the family without taking some
FAY & REA
(offence. They are as touchy as hair-trigger*.
will be a credit to the service, but, ofcourse, C >ve, N. F., in 1861, the said Puuliue Bor- ’ government.
Attorneys and Couusellors-at*Law,
: We aro as sick of these as we are of the' If they mett an acquaintance in the street
I cannot appoint him.’ ‘Is that nil ?’said nnm being a relative of theirs.
eUss of mil tary upstarts who are foist»d in ! who happen« to be preoccupied with businesr*
Mr. Van Buren ; nnd in two hours the com
OFFICE—In Court Hone«, up stein.
to high e vil positions. A plutfi rm embody they attribute his abstraction in some mode
Will practice in the Supreme and other Coart*
sented it at tbe Colonial Secretary's office. ing the simpl: propositions of a return to eon- as personal to themselves, and take umbrage
of thi* State.
“On the third day of March, 1871. there He was requested to take a sent and wait stilutionnl government, io honest administru- accordingly. They lay on others the fault of
Particular attention paid to th« collection
were tn office, or responsible p.«st of some awhile. After about half an hour’s delay the tion and the subordination of the military to irritability. A fit of indigestion makes them
of Claims again-*t the Federal and State Govern
We are prepared to do all kind« of
ment«, the Entry of Lauds under the Pre-emption
kind, nyer twenty different individuals, each man of fish was introduced to an elegantly the civil power, is all wo want in that line.' ¡see impertinence in every body they come in
and Homestead Laws, and to the Entry ot Mineral
one appointed by General Grant, each one his dressed gentleman, a Mr. Burnam, whom the What is more important than all platform«, contact with. Innocent persons, who never
Lode* under the recent Act of Congres*.
near connection by blood or marriage, and Colonial Secretary hud sent for on tbe fisher b tt cannot be secund through any of them, dreamed of giving offence, are astonished to
DK. W. JACKSON.
is the nomination and election of live and new find some unfortunate word, or some momen
none of them ev«n pretending to bnve any man’s arrival.
The ring was immediately identified by men, free from the taint of the recent corrup tary taciturnity mistaken for in«nlt. Tossy
other claim or qualification fortheir re1 pec*
Dental Room« in building fcrmerty occupied by
ti»e places than supposed to be bestowed up Mr. Burnam. who called it bis mother’s wtd- tions and selfish soheming of the old parties. the least, the habit is unfortunate. It is far
Dr. E. H. Green man, corner California and Fifth
ding ring, which she had always worn since If Ohio, or New York, or Pennsylvania, wiser to take the more charitable view of our
on them hv their relation to the Executive.
Streets. AH styles of Dental work done on short
st reduced priees. Particular attention
“A« Galileo «aid. even while he recanted. her marriage in Huddersfield, Euglaud, iu h ive any of this new nnd fresh stock, let fellow-beings, and not suppose a sliffht inten
riven to the regulation of children’s » teeth. Teeth
world does move, for all! We have the year 1846.
them bring them out, nnd let those veteran ded, unless the neglect is open and direct.
extracted without pain by the use of the late
method of local anuetheaia.
made progress as a nation.
The ring was accordingly given up to Mt. organizers of defeat, the Vallandighams, the ' After all. too. life take« its cue, in a great
who rewarded the fisherman with Campbells, et. al«., retire upon such laurels ' degree, form the color of our own mind. If
Nov. 20th, 1869.
Y oung M en —Mo«t young men consider it bank notes amounting to filly pouuds sterling. as they have already won, and snuff the ap we are frank nnd generous, the world treats
a great misfortune to be poor, or not to have —New York Herald.
proaching battles, like Job’s horses, afar off. □« kindly. If. on the contrary, we are sus
capital enough to establish themselves at
—New Orleans Times.
picious. men learn to be cold and cautious to
The other day we beard of a school teacher
their ont«et in life in a good business. This
us. Let a person get a reputation of being
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN AP-
is a mistaken notion. So far from povertv who killed herself for love of a boy tbit teen
The New York Tribune of a recent date touchy, and everybody is under more or less
poined Local Agent of the Board of School
Land Commiaaioners, ie now prepared to receive
being a misfortune tn him. if we may judge years old, and now comes an account of al sav« :
restraint ; and in this way the chances of an
application* to purchase School, University and
from what we every day behold, it is really a elderly man in Mississippi who blew out his
Oregon, which has heretofore suffered imaginary offence are vastly increased.
State land*. No application will b« received un
blessing ; the chance is more than ten to one brains beeunie his laundress left his shirt but somewhat in public estimation by its vicinity
less acc mpanied by eno-third payment of the pur
O ur L earned J ustices or the P eace .—Tha
against the youth who starts with plenty of toned at the collar and sent it to him in that tn Alaska, is now in unusual favor as a place
Office in Court House—up stairs.
outrageous condition. Poor old Mr. Ilopkins, of settlement. A vast throng has been pour people elsewhere than in the negro dominant
T. H. B. SHIPLEY,
Local Agent for Jackson county.
and see who commenced business nt that tottering on the verge of ninety years, got ing in there during the Spring, and all the «ection« of the accursed South can have no
Jacksonville, March 18 1871.
time with abundant means, and trace them his head iuto the body of the shirt und his wa«te places are beginning to brighten with idea of the amount of ignorance we have in
down to the present day. How many of nrius into the slaevss, and thus struggled for the horn of industry and the evidences of civ- the officers foisted upon us by Radical mis
these now boast wealth and Handing? On awhile against fate and buttons. He became ilisation. Lands are said to be cheaper, rule. The following ‘‘peace warrant,” writ
the contrary, bow many have become poor, frightfully on raged, ^cursed and foamed at tbe more accessible and fertile than in any other ten by a negro Justice of the Peace of this
lost their places in society, and are passed by mouth, and at Inet, when the linen eave »Hy. State in the far West.
county, is genuine—we have it on file in our
their own boon companions with a look which rushed for his gun, seated himself on the
office a« proof:
painfully says, I know you not 1
‘‘State ev north Carlina Halifax county i
weapon so that he could pull its trigger with to Horace Greeley for advice as to the best take the apepetuniaty to rite to mr*to DeCK
hoice liquors and cigars con -
stantly on band.
H ome R ule *.—The following rules for the his toe, brooght the muzzle to Lis chin, kind of bee« to keep, and received an answer Smith i rTte this Peace warrant we Command
government of children, which were first pre pulled, and blew his head off. Can that to the effect that “hu«king bees” were the you to keeps vou Paaes ontell mrsto Alberta
sented by Mr. Jacob Abbott’s book«, hnv»- laundress be said to be morally responsible best, but in order to make them lay honey Stratefort af you dont you Will Be put'in
profitably, he must use a china nest egg, and J>ile Dont let me here auea mor af this dits«
been of great service to many successful for this act ?
12 1-2 Cents.
mket his bees when they are not on the terBens i will put you where you will Be at
Jaly 17th. I860.
eautiful T hought .—God knows what nest—and feed them bran and middlings.
When you consent, consent cordially.
keys in the human soul to touch, in order to
A Whitaker J P
When you refuse, refuse finally.
draw out its sweeter end most perfect har
When yne punish, punish good-naturedly.
Boa notes News.
monies. They may be the minor strains of pointedly asks, calmly speaks, cooly an
HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING FULLY
sadness and sorrow ; they may be the loftier swers. and ceases when he has no more to
K issing .— A lady, writing on the subject
refitted tbi* Id and favorite place of resort
kissing, says: “I am vain enough to
If parents and teachers would bear these
>uw offer* the ve*y best of liquor* and *egar* at
pride myself on being a girl of good sense,
simple directions in mind, children would be
12 1-2 CE a STTS.
The Saloon is commodious, the billiard tables
and I dearly love and can appreciate good
happier and better.
T here are some men so exquisitely selfish
aro of the lateM and »oqt improved pattern, and
with plaintive tongue must walk in lowly
kissing—indeed, I should quite as lie! have a
the wants of guests promptly supplied.
that they go through life not only without
good kiss as a new cashmere. It is to ms one
It is not work that kills men ; it i« worry. vales of weary way ; others in loftier hymn«
ever being loved, but without ever wishing
0O Pointa of Billiard« For Drinks.
And all other kinds of printing required
life’s sweetest enjoyments. Some of my
Work is wholesome: you can hardly put
to be done in tbe eossiuunity, on
life’s happiest moments have been spent in
more work upon a man than he can bear.
very reason* ble terms.
ThoM knowing thsmaelvss indebted to me will
kissing. A rich, hearty kiss, from plump,
Worry ia rust upon tbe blade. It is not the
do wall to «di without delay and m UI c . as I must
I .JV* Yon who want Job Printing done, give the revolution that destroys the maohioery, way into the oborus of the redeemed in heav happiness ever can ; and common suflering rosy, moustached (or aniaoustaohed) lips,
t... money, sod that soon.
henry BRBITBARTH. Ins a call, »ad wn will satisfy yen both ia stylean
will last one a whole day.”
ia a far stronger link than eomiaon joy.
but the friction.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
NEW & FANCY TYPE,
RAILROAD SALOON !
fiiiTiif in Hsms uim: