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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1871
THE “NEW DEPARTURE^’»
ter” above quoted, they “further declare”
that they will obey “the laws,” not “bear
[From Eugene City Guard.]
allegiance to the Constitution,” of the
Raise my pillow, husband, dearest—
A California paper draws the curtain
political novelty has but few
F irst J udicial D istrict .—Circuit Judge, P.
(KEPT on THE EUROPEAN PLAN,)
Faint and fainter come my breath ;
aside and exposes the facts of Andrew
P. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, H. K. Hanna.
port what they consider civil and reli Johnson’s impeacliers truthfully, as fol sincere advocates in Oregon, notwith
And these shadows stealing slowly,
—Circuit Court, Second Monday
standing that its partisans point in tri
Corner of Stark and Front Streets,
Must, I know, be those of death ;
gious freedom. What their notions on lows :
in February and November. County Court, first
Bit down close beside me, darling,
these points are appears from their
Andrew Johnson was placed in the umph to the fact of its partial endorse
Munday in each month.
Let me clasp your warm, strong hand,
solemn “Declaration,” subscribed by Presidentail chair by the Republican ment by the Democratic State Conven
Yours, that ever has sustained me,
Chetwode Eustace, Deputy Grand Secre party, but it is to his credit that when tion of California. The preponderant el
County Officer»— Judge, T. II. B. Shipley:
To the broder of this land.
ZIEBER .€• HOLTON, PROPRIETORS.
Clerk. Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel ;
tary of Great Britain, in which they say the work of so-called reconstruction com ement of the Democratic i»arty in that
Deputy Sheriff. E. I). Foudray ; Treasurer, John
(the italics still l>eing ours :) “It is not menced he strove to do it wisely and State, is the Northern War Wing who
For your God and mine—our Father,
Neuber ; Assesser, David Redpafh ; County Com
less the duty of Protestant Britons to well. His policy was one of magnanim were in favor of giving the “last man and
Thence shall ever lead us on ;
Call at J. Neuber’s
missioners, John S. Herrin. Thomas Wright;
support by every lawful meane the re ity and justice—calculated to heal the the last dollar” to suppress the rebellion.
Where upon a throne eternal,
School Superintendent, "¡n. M. Turner ; Survey
ligious and civil institutions of their wounds caused by a terrible strife, and to In Oregon, the Southern Rights Democ
or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner. L. Ganung.
I’ve had visions and been dreaming
country. Our religion is menaced,” obliterate the ill-feeling and prejudices racy are largely in the ascendency.
JuriUasvtfte Preeincf.—Justice of the Peace,
O’er the past of joy and pain ;
It is always an attribute of greatness to
nd see iiis fine stock of new
they continue, “by the arts of Popery which had been engendered between sec
James R. Wade; Constable, N. Stephenson.
Year by year I’ve wandered backward,
for conciliation and harmony ex
Goods direct from the manufacturers.
and the attacks of infidelity. Our con tions of a common country by wild fa
Till I was a child again.
Tetrn of Jacksonville.— Trustees, James A. Wil- He has a fine lot o
such compromise involves the
stitution is assailed by fanaticism and natics and wicked partisans. Because
eon. N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J. Sowing IMaoliinos
of a principle. Clay and
Dreaming of girlhood’ and the moment
of his beneficent policy President John
8. Howard ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ; Treas
son was turned u(x)n by the leaders of
urer, Henry Pape ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel
How my heart thrilled love’s triumph,
formed— being so named in honor of the his party, who sought to rend like the advocacy of measures designed to
In that hour of woman’s pride,
A New Lot of
successful enterprise of King William wolves. But an avenging fate has ever soothe turbulent elemen'.s ih the nation
III, Prince of Orange, to which, under since pursued these assassins of liberty and beat back the tide of fanaticism. But
County Officer».— Judge. J. B. Sifer* ; Sheriff, AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES
Firmly twined around my heart—
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk. Charles Hughes ; Asses
Providence, the British isles owe their —a fate just and inexorable, anil as per we can see but little of their statesman
Just from the Factory.
0, the bitter, burning anguish,
sor, R. E. Foley: Treasurer, Wm. Naucke;
from spiritual and political sistent in its work of vengeance as Nem- ship in the “new departure.” It abne
When I first knew that we must part.
Commissioners, Thomas G. Pattersun, 11. Wood- He is agent for the best Rifles and Pistols made, J
thraldom, the confirmed establishment of [esis. Their crimes cling to them like gates in a dozen words what Democrats
eock ; School Superintendent, R. R. Middles-
among which is the
the Protestant religion and the inheri the poisoned shirt of Nessus, and make have contended for through long years of
It has passed, and God has promised
tance of the Brunswick throne. No man, them conspicuously infamous, while bloodshed, disfranchisement and poverty.
All thy footsteps to attend :
Jotepkine County.— Circuit Court. 2d Monday
Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load
unless his creed be Protestant and his crushing them into political obscurity, It accepts as orthodox the infamous re
in April and Fourth Monday in October. County
construction measures of Congress and
lie'll be with you to the end ;
loyal to the throne of Britain disappointed and cursed.
Court. First Monday in January, April, July and
There's no shadow o’er the portals,
It is now less than four years since the swallows the so-called amendments to
Leading to thy heavenly home—
£&* All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and
attempt was made to convict President the Constitution, which have been foisted
Christ has promised life immortal,
Repairing done to order at half price.
of high misdemeanors, simply on the nation by the basest system of
And ’tis He that bids me come.
Jacksonville. May 13, 1885.
forth under the Grand Master-ship of the I because he manifested some resjiect for partisan legislation that the world ever
Tory Lord Kenyon, which runs: “No (right, justice, decency and the principles saw. Hence we oppose it.
When life's trials wait around thee,
The great and loyal body of men who
jxrson who has been or is a member of of the constitutional Government of the
DR. A. B. OVERBECK
Thoul’t thank heaven that I’m spared them, any society hostile to the fundamental United States ; in this short time it is fought from Big Bethel to Five Forks,
WILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
Th.u'lt feel that “all is well.”
principles of Orangeism, or at variance interesting to note the fate which has al did not go down to Washington “to fight
II GERY, and will attend promptly to all calls
Bring our boys unto my bedside ;
with the constitutional government of the ready visited the chief conspirators in for Abraham’s daughter.” They drew
on professional business. His office and residence
My last blessing let them keep—
United Kingdom of Great Britain and the act of impeaching and persecuting a the sword because the case was one where
But they’re sleeping—do not wake them—
it was life or death to a great, but imper
The Overbeck Hospital,
Ireland, its church and state as by law public officer for opinion’s sake :
They’ll learn soon enough to weep.
On Oregon Street. Jacksonville. Oregon.
Ashly, who originated and proposed illed, people. As long as the war lasted,
Tell them often ef their mother.
the infamous act in the House lias been it was “war to the knife” with them.
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
Kiss them for me when they wake,
Excluding thus the vast majority of repudiated by his then constituents, and But there was in that array a large ele
Cor. Third A Cal. sts., (opposite the U. «S’. Hotel,)
Lead them gent v in life’s pathway,
Protestants, as well as all Catholics, this Í is now a wandering lecturer for the sale ment who di<l not believe, where peace
Love them doubly for my sake ;
was declared, in protracting the bitter
order, as Mr. Hume’s committee rejxirts, of corner lots in Montana.
Clasp my hand still closer, darling,
Senator Drake, who stood up in his ness engendered by the war. They be
This, the last night of my life ;
Opposite t lie Old
place and assailed President Johnson lieved that when Grant accepted the
For to-morrow I shall never
Baptist, Methodist, Congregational ist, with a degree of brutality that would sword of Lee, that he accepted it in be
Answer when you call me “wife.”
A rkansas L ivery S tabi e ,
Fare-thee well my noble liusbr nd,
Presbyterian, or Independent ; and ”but have been disgraceful to any other body, half of every man in the North. Hence
JOHN TSrOX-AJSTD, FROF’R.
Faint not ncath the chastening rod.
two ministers of any denomination jn all has been buried in the political revolu they could not see the propriety of the
bitter and rancorous partisan legislation,
Throw your strong arm round our children, Scotland.” It is, in truth, a monarchic tion that has swept over Missouri.
Keep them close to thee—end God.
al, Tory order, established so to organize
Senator Yates, who went into the Sen against the people who had laid down
DR. W. JACKSON,
trembling under the weight of his their arms and acknowledged themsehres
IQUORS by the glass. bottle, demijohn, or keg.
FOR KING AND CHURCH
The proprietor of this <>ld stand was the first
they might be strong enough to compel last debauch, to vote for conviction, the losers in the wager of battle. They
to bring liquors down to a bit a drink nine years
the* English Government to maintain though lie had heard nothing of the trial, rallied under the ]*>litical leadership of
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by ago in Jacksonville. I will be happy to have my
¡them in a jxisition of privilege and pre will soon sink into obscurity by the ac such loyal men as Generals Dix, Rose-
[New York World]
Dr. E. 11. Greenman. corner California and Fifth friends call and see me. The best kinds of wines,
crans and Custar, to stem the tide of fa
Now that the “Orange Institution” rogative at the expense of their fellow- tion of his own party friends in the Leg-
Streets. All styles of Dental work done on short liquors and cigars always on hands. Families sup
naticism set in motion by such agitators
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention plied with the best and purest in the market, a- i (we use the official documents of the or countrymen. Their ideal Grand Master, ■ islature of Illinois.
Sumner or Williams, and dubbed “re-
Williams, of Oregon, who was most)
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth •leasonable rates.
der,) “expressly bound to support the the Earl of Roden, indeed, in a famous
” They believed, as all just
extracted without pain by the use of the late
Jacksonville. July 12th, 1871
| King an<l Constitution of the British speech, once said of them : “I declare bitter and vindictive in the persecution * I ■ men must believe, that no amendments
method of local anesthesia. Ail work warranted.
I realms,” has been secured the privilege that any man who refuses to join an Or of the President, has been repudiated by
‘ Ito the Constitution could stand, unless
ange lodge must be a Iladical and a Bc- the people of his State.
' properly voted on by the several States.
Nov. 20th, 1869.
Senator Howard, of Michigan, who
I York at the cost of a number of lives ; publican.”
Of their history in Ireland Mr. Hume went to the capital on a stretcher in or They knew that the votes of the South
nearly or quite equal to the number of
E. B. WATSON.
ern States were not those of the Foithem
the members of that instiiution so para in Parliament truthfully said the “effect1 der to vote for the conviction of the
people proper, but of-a horde of irrespon
K AH Lilli & WATSON,
he undersigned would respect - ding, it is ]M)ssible that some few persons of the Orange Institution is to keep up ' President, is on the highway to that po- sible political vagabonds, lured South
fully inform the Ladies of Jacksonville and of the thousands who for two days have an exclusive association, exciting one i litical provision from which he will nev-
ward only by the hojK*of plunder. These
of the people against another, to 'er return,
vicinity, that they have just arrived from San
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, Francisco with a well assorted stock of Millinery shouted themselves hoarse upon the ini- portion
have been the willing
Conness, another of the Presi
! portance of this achievement to the increase religious animosity and rancor;1 Senator
and Straw Goods, and wiH constantly keep on rightsand liberties of American citizens, by processions on particular days, with dent’s accusers, has been consigned to tools of corruptionists, and loaded the
hand the latest styles of H ats , B onnets , H ats
Southern States with millions of dollars
, may have cooled oft’ sufficiently to con the insignia of the Society, to excite to private life by the people of California to
and B onnet S hapes .
sider calmly what has been done, and breaches of the peace and to bloodshed ; whom he dare not return, and has be in debt to soulless corporations. The
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and
Also a fine assortment of
Democratic party of America propose to
other Courts of this State.
: whether on the whole it was worth the to raise up other secret societies among come a kind of police court lawyer, in
right this monstrous evil, and to do it,
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
must fight it out upon the broad
Senator Frelynghuysen, of New Jer
Jacoba—opposite Court House square.
The protection guaranteed by the Gov- for their protection against the insults of
Ples °f reason and justice, and not
I ernor to a peaceable procession bent on the Orangemen.” For these and other sey, has been mustered out of the j
the sugar-coated sophis
JAMES D. FAY.
D. B. REA.
peaceable objects was abused to the wan- reasons this fearless champion of equal cal service through a verdict of the peo-(
FAY & REA
pie of his State.
tou, malicious, anil deliberate exaspera
Hence, we oppose the eleventh-hour
tion of one great section of our popula-|
Attorneys and Coinisellors-at.Law,
i tion. Not to have known that this was as “imperatively necessary.” Every lib same fate, and Pomeroy, of Kansas, will gospel of the new “New Departure.” We
OFFICE—In Court Honse, up stairs.
, sure to be the result of any concession to eral and enlightened statesman in Eng enter his political tomb when lie leaves spurn it as the*nbandonnient of popular
right and inqM>rishable justice ; we de
such a body as the Orangemen is only land has taken the same ground. The the Senate in 1873.
Will practice in the Supreme an i other Courts
it as repugnant to every principle
Morgan finds himself condemned by!
not to have known in all its details the ¡Tory Carlton Club alone has been found
of this State.
; we abhor it as a
the voice of the people of Indiana, with
i vile and vindictive history of a body
brought forth at a
Particular attention paid to the collection
PEARL BEADS, i which, alike in its origin, its principles,
of Claims against the Federal and State Govern and other articles in our line too numerous to and its whole career, has approved itself dence to talk about celebrating the birth- him in the face.
Willey, of West Virginia, goes into!
ments, the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption mention.
the irreconcilable enemy of the public i day of George Washington who, in the
and Uum3stead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
MISSES A. F. and L. A. KENT.
peace, of good order, of equal rights, and sight of their order, was a “rebel” worthy political retirement after the 4th of
party when it will lead populuar senti
Lodes under the recent Act of Congress.
Jacksonville, March 25th, 1870.
of religious liberty. On this point to be hanged. The Duke of Newcastle, March next, then* to rot.
ment to victory, but the sun-light oftliat
readers who want the truth—(and re-
j member ! had the truth been known and Prince of Wales in 1860, indignantly the gang, has just been sent to Coventry i hour never dawns ujx>n cowards. Let us
• felt as it should have been in this com- spurned the attempt of the Canadian Or by his associates, who profited most by ! not surrender to a corrupt and venal ad
- munity, a hundred human beings lying angemen to associate the heir of Victoria his infamy ; and his colleague, Wilson, ministration the principles u|x>n which
he undersigned having been ap -
I stiff in their bloody shrouds to-day might with their reactionary and bigoted Insti is drifting fast into a condition of politi we have opposed it, but fight it out man
poined Local Agent of the Board of School
fully and trust to Divine Justice the
Land Commissioners, is now prepared to receive hilo gasman takes this method have been tasting the sweet light of life) tution. That the order, whether in Eng cal inanity.
Applications to purchase School, University and
Cole, like his colleague, Conness has hopes of a triumph that shall greet a
of informing his friends, and the public gen —will permit us to be explicit and his land, Ireland, America, Canada, or Aus
State lands. No application will be received un
tralia, is identical in aim and system is also been repudiated by his constituents, great party which refuses to falsify its
erally, that he has opened a Meat Market on Cali
less accompanied by one-third payment of the pur fornia Street, opposite the United States Hotel,
A person calling himself a “District settled by their general ordinance, which and could not obtain the office of “hog history for the paltry greed of political
where may be found at all times the best of—
Master” of the Orangemen has had the declares that “the whole institution is reeve” in the State he has in has weak (booty.
Office in Court House—up stairs.
effrontery to send the following state one neighborhood, within which every ness aided to represent.
| A C urious bit of A merican H isto -
T. II. B. SHIPLEY,
And finally, Grant, who during the |KV.—The most remarkable thing in the
the order to which he belongs Orangeman is at home in the furthest
Local Agent for Jackson county.
(Fresh à Corned)
Jacksonville, March 18 1871.
to a public journal. The italics are our parts of the world.” If, then, the Or crisis of the infamous impeachment con ¡history of Mecklenburg county, North
angemen of America are Orangemen at spiracy bartered his manhood and honor iCarolina, is the “Mecklenburg Declara
The principles of the order are purely all, they arc banded together to uphold for the glittering bauble of the Presiden tion of Independence,” which was adopt
Protestant and benevolent. The Obliga British dominion over Ireland and to re cy, is hated and despised by the men to ed May 20, 1775, in an old, round log and
tion taken by the members requires alle store the establishment of the Irish Epis whom he sold himself, and they are now ■ clapboard-covered school-house, used as a
to no political creed, but, on the copal Church. If these be their objects exerting themselves to aid fate in heap ■court-room, amidst most enthusiastic
contrary, politics are rigidly excluded then we may say that processions of such ing upon him the great mountain of in (shouts.
Attachcii to this document,
from the lodge-rooms. Our society is order, flaunting hostile flags and playing famy under which lie is destined to be writes a correspondent, are the names of
purely American in sentiment, as the insulting airs, are not such “peaceable buried.
seven Alexanders, many of whose great
bodies of American citizens” as deserve
And thus the entire band of impeach- grand-children still resided there. Tills
HOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS CON-
to have the avenues of an American city ers and conspirators are fast going.
was the first action taken which looked
stantly on hand.
“And I further declare that I will sup- consecrated to their convenience at the
Down to the vile dust whence they sprung,
to a complete separation of the colonies
j)ort the laws of these United States so risk of blood and flame. If these are not
Unwept, unhonored and unsung.
from Great Britain and the establish
long as they maintain civil and religious their objects then they are not Orange
ment of American Independence. The
SAUSAGES, &c., Ate.
freedom ; and that I will, to the utmost men at all ; and in that case their as
paper was taken to Philadelphia by Cap-
12 1-2 Centa.
my power, assist the Chief Magistrate sumption of the name, colors, insignia, ...................
July 17th, 1869.
Jacksonville, Ogn., April 15th, 1871.
the old “red cent” has now * passed
out tain Jack and placed in the hands of
and civil authorities in the lawful execu and music of Orangemen is still more As
•4ol,n Adams and Thomas Jefferson, to be
tion of their duties to maintain order and wanton and deliberate provocation to _____ ’ ----- " - ‘________________________ 'presented to the Colonial Congress; but
breaches of the peace addressed to our
the Old Oaken Bucket, its history is
peace when called upon to do so.”
____ , these gentlemen replied that it was too
sufficient interest ___
What obligations precedent to the C'hatholie fellow-citizens of Irish birth, matter
The e cent
by, j800« for 8Uch a movement. This was
“further declaration” here cited are taken
moPe than one .Year before Mr. Jefferson
JACKSONVILLE LODGE N® IO
by the members of this “purely Protes for years such outrages and injuries as Revolution, and was named by Jefferson wrote the “Declaration” adopted on the
tant and benevolent” order, this “Dis moved that well-known “ruffian” and two years after. It began to make its 4th of July, 177»), The agreement in sen
olds its regular meetings on
Oregon street, opposite Overbeck’s Hospital,
trict Master” finds it convenient to for “truckler to mobs,” Sir Robert Peel, de appearance from the mint in 1792. It ¡timent, and the similarity of a number of
every Saturday evening at the Odd Fel
or at least to forget the state. They liberately to say in his place in the Par bore the head of Washington on one side passages, prove that Mr. Jefferson had
Hall. Brothers in good standing are invited to
he found, however, in the most au liament of Great Britain:
EDWIN SMITH, N. G
“If I were a private gentleman of Ire and thirteen links on the other. The not rcad.3,1,1 studied the “Mecklenburg
thoritative exposition extant of the char
HENRY KLIPPEL, R. Sec y.
French revolution soon created a rage for Declaratioii”^ in vain.
acter and principles of the Orange insti land, I declare to God that I would, by
J ohn B ilger , I Truitees.
ideas in America, which put on
tution, being the three folio volumes of my own influence, by my example, by
8. J. D ay ,
T he following is the verdict of a ne
instead of the head of Washing
I saac S achs ,
report with evidence on the Orange every mean» in my power, endeavor lo
“NVe, the undersigned, being
c ntyre the
Lodges presented to the British House of put down these associations and proces ton, the head of the Goddess of Liberty,! a korner’s jurray to sit on de body of de
Regular Rebekah Degree meeting, last Monday
a French liberty, with back thrust for
night of each month, at 7| o’clock p . —
Commons in 1836 by a committee, at the sions.”
ward and flowing locks. The chain on nigger Sambo, now dead and gone afore
May 1st, 1889.
head of which was no less a person than
reverse was replaced by the olive us, hah been siftin
. ’ on
. , . de , said
, , nigger
I n order to conform to the present fash the
the late Joseph Hume, the noblest, cal
de ! n,gld
night of d
de ‘V fusteeth 1
wreath of peace. But the French liberty
,d,d 1 0,1
mest, purest and most indefatigable re ion ofdiminutives—Minnie, Ninnie, Lot was short lived, and so was their portrait Pjf
rpiIIS favorite stable has been reopened and former of our times—the man of whom tie, and tlie rest—it is proposed to mod on our cent. The next head or figure A bridge ober de nber in de sa d riber,
it was said, and truly said, that he ernize the too severe Scripture names. succeding this—the staid, classic dame1 wh.Br
hndlhe was.subsequently drown
min MAV r'KllAI} 1CI0B1V VltllllU
“passed a whole life in serving the peo Ruth should be changed to Ruthie, Boaz ^Mw/vzv^aaa^
ie undersigned , having fully
washed on de nber side,
TB0K0UGBX.T XUSFXTTBB. ple without fee or reward.” From these to Boozie, Hagar to Haggie, Job to Job- with a fillet around her hair-—came into' whar we s’pose he was froze to def.”
refitted this old and favorite place of resert,
now offers the very best of liquors and segars at
volumes we extract all that needs be bie, and the Apostles to Mattie, Lukie fashion about thirty or forty years ago,
and her finely chiseled Grecian features
\ SPRING WAGQNS
said in exposure of the infamous and and Johnnie.
12 1-2 CENTS.
“You’d bettor look out for your boas’
have but slightly altered in the lapse of
anti-social Order, which, after being
The Saloon is commodious, the billiard tables
above here, mister,” said a ragged
are of the latest and most improved pattern, and
stamped into the earth by the liberal
A gentleman having a pony that fell time.
boy to a reading traveler. “Why ?” said
th« wants of guests promptly supplied.
SADDLE HORSES Governments of Great Britain, now and broke his wife’s neck, a neighbor A Y oung bachelor in Jersey City was the gentleman, nervously pulling up.
seeks to raise its head again for the fo told him that he wished to buy it for liis
“’Coz there’s a fork in the road there,”
DO Points of Billiards For Drinks.
For hire on reasonable terms.
menting of religious discord in America. wife to ride upon. “No,” says the other, urged to marry ; but he replied : “1 don’t was the candid reply.
The first oath taken by members of “I will not sell the little fellow, because see it. My father was a single man and
These knowing themselves indebted to me will
he always got along well enough.”
The largest corral in the tewn is attached to the the order is an oath “to bo faithful and I intend to.marry again.”
I “Johnny, what do you expect to do for
do well to call without delay and settle, as I must stable. Teamsters will find ample a^commoda-
a living when you get to be a man!”
bare money, and that soon.
tion for their animals at all timei. Horses board
“Well, I reckon I’ll got married and
ed on reasonable terms.
his employer’s money.
I board with my wife’s mother.”
from the statement of the “District Mas- can see a straight one.
PEARSON i. McINTYRE.
1 AM DYING.
Pioneer Bit House,
NEW MEAT MARKET!
LIVERY STABLE !
& M I