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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1871.
sacrifice impetro .
^50- LEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
A RURAL JV EDDING
reject a certain New Constitution, to wit: and hedged with inalienable divinity ?
one which without changing the numer What are the invulnerable measures wc
[As C. H. (Joaquin) Miller is receiving ous complex and nicely-balanced provis see them relying upon in all the self-com An Irate Bridegroom—One of the Liveliest
F irst J udicial D istrict .—Circuit Judge, P.
( kept ok the europea » plan ,)
ions of the Old Constitution, completely placency that originality and boldness
Scenes ever Witnessed.
considerable attention from the American reverses the »State Sovereignty theory could confer? Republican Revenue Re
P. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, H. K. Hanna.
Jackton County— Circuit Court, Second Monday
Corner of Stark and Front Streets,
and European press, just now, we re-pub- upon which it was constructed. It is form speeches, recommendations to tem
In February and November. County Court, first
[From the Peoria Republican, July 24th.]
like setting a clock upside down. You porarily suspend the navigation act, op-
Monday in each month.
PORTLAND, - * • OREGON. lish the following poem, written by his do not alter the parts, but you reverse jtosition to steamship subsidies, currency
Cole, the artist, has just returned from
wife and published June 16, 1870, in re
County Ofieeri— Judge, T. H. B. Shipley,
trip down the Peoria, Pekin and Jack
ZIERER & BOLTON, PROPRIETORS.
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel ;
which their motions were based. The
Deputy Sheriff, E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
Neuber : Assessor, David Redpath ; County Com
tion is, that its arrangement is incongru reform. What! Measures all stolen which quite throws in the shade anything
tion.—E d . T imes .]
missioners, John S. Herrin, Thomas Wright;
Call at J. Neuber’s
and that it needs remodeling ; while from the Confederate State Constitution ; of the kind we have ever heard. While
School Superintendent, Wm. M. Turner ; Survey
Why did I dream of thee, darling,
or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner, L. Ganung.
is not a few of us who regard it measures that Lee surrendered and Grant at the hotel, in the evening, a party drove
I d the sweet wild hours of the night;
for the continuance subdued at the Appomattox apple tree? up, and assembling in the parlor sent for
Why did thy spirit come Dear me.
Jacke/vrrilU Precinct.— Justice of the Peace,
nd see his fine stock of new
of free institutions in the country. Even so. And now only can we fully the landlord. They had come from the
James R. Wade ; Constable, N. Stephenson.
Moving in mystioal light.
Goods direct from the manufacturers.
With so pregnant a question as this to measure the lack of originality and ab prairie, and were in search of an official
Why did you bend above me,
Toirn of Jacksonville.— Trustees. James A. Wil-
He has a fine lot o
With the old and passionate sigh,
dur party cannot afford to deal sence of astuteness that marks the man to tie the knot that should make them
con, N. Fisher, Lewis Zigler, J »hn Bilger and J.
In this world, where there's noons to love me, in doubtful platforms, and the effect of agement of both our politiccl parties in one and inseparable forevermore. Cole
S. Howard ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ; Treas
Making me long to die?
Prices from $20 to $110, cash.
was invited to witness the ceremony, and
the Ohio declaration cannot but be in the North.
urer, Henry Pape ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel
to the parlor found the expec
Onoe there was a garden
A New Lot of
abandons this Surrender heresy, and for fourteen years. I never favored sla tant bridegroom a man about forty years
Daintily scented with clover—
County Officer». —Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff, AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES
adopts in its stead the doctrine of Abey very. So long as it was recognized and of age, and a fair and blushing damsel of
Strewn with poppies asleep,
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk, Charles Hughes : Asses
Just from the Faotory.
And corn leaves fluttering over ;
ance, demanding, at the same time, held up by the laws, I did not oppose it. twenty, waiting impatiently the arrival
sor, R. E. Foley; Treasurer, Wm. Naucke;
A fainting sound of waters—
amendment, retrenchment and reform, I When in 1863 it was projected to abolish of the parson. For some reason no min
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson, H. Wood
A chirp in tbe swooning grass,
can see no hope. The constitutional it, 1 favored such abolition. When in ister could be found, and they were
sock ; School Superintendent, R. R. Middiet
And yellow, spying sunflowers,
among which is the
issue of States Rights I am willing to 1861 we all had to chose sides, I stood by obliged to fall back upon a young fellow,
Turning as you pass.
Ei HTJR.Y TIIFI j E,
place in abeyance ; but to surrender it— the Union and equipped a company of newly elected a Justice of the Peace, and
Jovepkint County.— Circuit Court, 2d Monday
men for the field. I am no truckler to who had never before officiated at a cere
You brought your flute, and played me
in April and Fourth Monday in October. County Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load
The sweetest of all love tunes ;
sentiment or any other senti mony of this kind. He was very nerv
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
Although native here “and to the
’Tis the day of my heart—of all days—
desire no office; I ask no fa ous at the idea of having to perform the
manner born,” I cannot resist an express
All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and
The June of my heart—of all Junes,
I would not cross the door of ceremony, and brought with him a copy
Repairing done to order at half price.
Mow thrills the whimsical wind.
all the votes in the country ; of “Every Man his own Lawyer” and
Jacksonville, -May 13, 1865.
Where the true vines clambered and cling,
ern politicians. Whatever may be its but I admire intellect and reverence “Haines’ Township Laws,” through
Lova whispers in promise blind :
•‘I am thy beautiful King 1”
other excellence, the Northern mind is truth and virtue ; and a careful and com which he searched for a desired form.
certainly not marked for astuteness; and prehensive glance at the whole political Not finding one, and the crowd growing
JACKSONVILLE LODGE N®. !•
But down in the town below,
since we have lost the guidance of South lleld since 1861, compels me to say that impatient, he told the couple to stand up
The fair words never fall ;
ern statesmen, we seem to have been neither truth, virtue or brains have de before him, and hold up their right hands.
And a car rolls to and fro,
olds its regular meetings on
without ideas. For intellectual strength veloped themselves in American jxilitics This done, he pronounced the following
•very Saturday evening at the Odd Fellows’
And over the hearts of all.
All that is sweet must die—
Hall. Brothers in good standing are invited to
and grasp we have had stolidity, and for since that fatal day, when, to the great unique charge:
“You and each of you do solemnly
All that is bright must fade ;
EDWIN SMITH. N. G.
circumspection we have been favored joy of all the little minds, and the profit
"Love is a dragon,” they cry.
HENRY KLIPPEL, R. Sec’y.
that in the cause now upon hear
with mere cunning. Hence the contin
will tell the truth, the whole
J ohm B ilger , )
ued attitude of negation into which we
Wc three sat together
S. J. Dav,
nothing but the truth, and
have been thrown, and the contemptu
Over our hearts a spell :
Cor. Third d Ca). st«., (opposite the U. 5. Hotel,)
I saac S achs , J
love, honor, cherish and
The poppies kindly slept.
Regular Rebekah Degree meeting, last Monday
during the term of your
sight of each month, at 7j e'elock p. m.
You with your passionate heart—
natural lives, so help you God.”
May let, 1869.
I, with my fragile prayer;
Both answered, solemnly, “I will,” and
ued ascendency much to its shrewd as confident, will ratify my opinion.
And he with his subtle spirit,
the Justice charged them a dollar
sumption, that the civil war was waged
Oregonian. Pocahontas. Tribe No. 1, Im-
Standing between us there.
pronounced them man and wife.
solely to uphold slavery. This is so far
J ohn jsroiuA-isrr), prop ’ r .
proved Order of Red Men,
friends then produced a jug of
Standing between us, love—
from being correct, that had slavery not
OLD their stated councils at Odd Fellows’ Hall, I
their wagon and proceeded
tbe third sun in each seven suns, at the Sth
punch, of which the whole
run. A cordial invitation to all brothers in good
The local paper of to-dav, supplanted
And bidding you to go.
crowd'drank freely, and had a dance. As
IQUORS by the glass, bottle, demijohn, or keg.
JOS. II. HYGER, U. ofP.
We were fair to the world that day,
The proprietor of this old stand was the first
E. D. FocDnar, S.
four millions of property been in ques news by the great papers of the city, is, they could find no music, their efforts
And under the car we threw
to bring liquors down to a bit a drink nine years
tion, there was still enough behind to nevertheless, neither insignificant in the were principallyconfin’d to jigs and break
Our love, all crowned in splendor—
ago in Jacksonville. I will be happy to have my
have brought on the war without sla- ! influence it exerts, nor without a high downs. At last the party concluded to
Our hearts, so tender and true.
friends call and see me. Tl^e best kinds ef wines,
responsibility for the manner in which put the happy couple to bed. The bride
I liquors and cigars always on hands. Families sup
What good have we done, my darling ?
plied with the best and purest in the market, a-
it is conducted, for it has charge of the was willing to go, because, she said, she
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
guide. All must admit that this is the! home life of the communities through was tired and her shoes pinched her feet.
With no touch of mine on jour forehead,
Jacksonville. July 12th, 1871.
most authoritative exponent of the dif which it circulates. This, of itself, The girls of the party took her off to her
No kiss of mine on your lips.
o«On Fin© stroet,
ferences between the North and South. makes its calling honorable, while it re- chamber and soon disrobed her, and an
I dream that I love a god
Who speaks with a passionate sigh,
There was in that instrument, if my quires a tact, a fine power of discrimina nounced to the young men that every
Opposite t he Old
Where sunflowers turn and nod—
memory serves me truly, a distinct enun tion, a conscientious rectitude of judg thing was ready. All repaired to the
Watching us like a spy.
ciation of the absolute sovereignty of the ment, from which, it seems to us, that bridal chamber, where the face of the new-
A rkansas L ivery S table ,
States, except in cases specifically pro journals which feel the pulse a little far- made bride was sweetly reposing on the
And he, through books and bays,
vided for. p
' was absolutely
’ \ for- j ther away from the heart, are in the main pillow. After a romp and the perpe
he undersigned would respect -
Delveth for pretty words
fully inform the Ladies of Jacksonville and
To weave in bis langaid lays.
bidden. Revenues could only be collec-1 exempt. Scars and deformities do not tration of the customary jokes, the young
vicinity, that they have just arrived from San
Of women, and streams, and birds.
j ted by the Federation for the puqxises of show in a crowd as they do when a per- fellows intimated to the bridegroom that
Francisco with a well assorted stock of Millinery
DR. W. JACKSON,
What was my troth to him ?
Igovernment. Subsidies, internal im- son is alone. It is one thing to mirror they proposed to divest him of his wear
and Straw floods, and wiU constantly keep on
A stepping-stone, at best ;
| provement schemes, land grants, mono- the rush and turmoil of the crowded ing apparel and put him by the side of
hand the latest styles of H at «, B onnets , H ats
My face was proud and my smiles were sweet.
jxilies, etc., were absolutely forbidden.! mart, another to vouch for the quiet pic- his wife. He demurred, and then a
and B onnet S hapes .
And his gold could do the rest.
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by
Even the monopoly of money was relin- ture of the fireside. Woe betide the edi- scuffle ensued. The bridegroom was as
Also a fine assortment of
Dr. E. II. Greenman, corner California and Fifth
Decked with my love, for a time ;
quished by the Federation; for the tor of the local sheet if a “personal” strong as an ox, and getting angry he
Streets. All styles of Dental work done on short TRIMMINGS,
But the day and the hour came
States were permitted to issue circulating! creeps into his paper that deviates one blackened one fellow's eye and tore an
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
notes. No debt could be repudiated ;j whit from the truth, and however cau- other one’s coat otrhis back. In the tur
given to the regulation of children's teeth. Teeth
And stepped to his nich of tame.
extracted without pain by the use ef the late
so strictly was this principle adhor-' tious his pen, if it lose one jot of its moil the whole party got out of the room,
And the wheels rolled over again,
method of local anastbesia. All work warranted. I
e<l to that no Federal bankruptcy law alertness, the sacredness of home and tumbled down stairs, and brought up in
And the car went clattering by ;
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..... i been
..... : invaded
..... i i in i_ his
.• I the bar-room.
good order lxi
The Post-office De-
private . i:c
will 1 have
Nov. 20th, 1869.
partment was to support itself out of its ambitious columns. But it is this very
Wearily waiteth to die.
, sensitiveness of its columns that should
C. W. KAHLER.
K. B. WATSON.
God and the angels may tell us
What beautiful faith we have wrought,
Houses of Congress, and when passed Herein lies its leverage upon the think them take off his clothes. His comrades
KAHLER & WATSON,
When we stand there together
might be vetoed in part by the President. ing and feeling that is close to the in then got a rope and making a n<x>so
And a crown or two be brought.
No bill could relate to more than one most life of the people, and if well used, slipped it over his head, and tried to drag
But what are the crowns to the love
Attorney and €ounsellor-at-Law, I
subject, and that must have been ex becomes a far more beneficient educator him up stairs. They nearly choked him
When you brought your flute and played me pressed in its title. Surplus tonnage in its own field than even the large pa to death, when the landlord interfered
and other articles in our line too numerous to
The sweetest of all love’s tunes?
and cut the cord. They then fastened it
revenues levied by the States over cost pers that overshadow it in pretension.
to his leg, and in trying to drag him up
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and
Weary of all this year .
Jacksonville, March 25th, 1870.
broke a lounge, tore down a hand
go into the Federal Treasury. The Pres is the Times to you its patrons. It tells
other Courts of this State.
That beareth the bitter fruit:
half the bannisters. Finding
ident and Vice-President were to serve you of your own local events, of your
Weary of everything now
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
couldn’t get him up stairs,
■ Jacobs—opposite Court House square.
daily life, haps and mishaps, of your joys
Oh I lethal and livid flowers,
Civil Service Reform was effectually pro and sorrows, deaths, marriages, whatever they went up to see if they couldn’t make
D. B. REA.
Flame over my love, long dead ;
JAMES D. KAT.
vided for by forbidding removals' from befalls you, as far as it dare invade your the bride get up and come down, but she
Let not tbe black sepulcher darkness
FAY & REA
office except for cause to be given to the private life. It comments upon them locked the door and would not let the
Creep over bis beautiful head.
Senate. Cabinet ministers alone were i with whatever wisdom and discrimina crowd in. Some of them got a hammer
iiilo gasman stakes this method
Attorneys and Counsellors-aLLaw,
from this provision. Finally, tion it may command, and if it does this and nails, and getting a ladder put it up
To the splendid grave they have made him,
of informing his friends, and the public gen
requisite to effect amend well, with conscientious interests in your on the outside of the house, climbed into
OFFICE—In Court House, up stairs.
Where a bird in the plumage of Eros
fornia Street, opposite the United States Hotel,
was simplified welfare, it becomes to you a necessity the bride’s apartment, and nailed up the
Will practice in the Supreme and other Courts
Is tolling his funeral notes,
where may be found at all times the best of—
that you cannot well dis}tense with. As door solidly, vowing if the bridegroom
of this State.
I will come, sometimes, with the shadows ;
No one who remembers the acrimoni identified with your local business inter wouldn't let them put him to bed he
I will hush the wild notes of the bird ;
ous debates on the States Rights and ests, your various improvements and shouldn’t get into the room anyhow’.
And then, in the listening silence
Particular attention paid to the collection
(Fresh A, Corned)
Protection questions which agitated our your general welfare, it is your co-equal, I They hid the ladder and went off. The
of Claim« against the Federal and State Govern
The voice of my heart shall be heard.
Congresses previous to the war can doubt your best friend and steady helper, ear happy man, finding the coast clear,
ment«, the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption
and Homestead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
that, setting slavery entirely aside, these ly and late. If it does not fully repre walked quietly to his room and attempt
ANOTHER TELLING BLOW.
Lodes under the recent Act of Congres«.
differences alone might easily have led sent every locality in which it circulates, ed to enter. île couldn’t get in, and he
the country into a war. What was at a more zealous co-operation of its pat frantically shouted, “Jenny, open the
Hon. Alexander Delmar to a Southern the bottom of the war of 1775? Disre rons will enable it to do so, and doing door.” Jenny informed him that it was
Friend Upon the New Departure Her gard of the Rights of the Colonies. this it occupies its legitimate field, and is nailed up. He tried to kick it open, when
esy, and the Party of Great Moral Ideas. What was the immediate cause ? Pro a power in your midst which it becomes the landlord interfered and said he was
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN AP-
tection to British manufacturing and you to foster with a generous hand and not going to have the furniture of the
poiued Local Agent of the Board of School
house ruined in that way. He went out
Land Commissioners, is now prepared to receive
M emphis , T enn ., July 18, 1871. shipping. Who is bold enough to con an intelligent appreciation. You might and
tried to find the ladder, but couldn’t
applications to purchase School, University and
nearly as well forget your churches, your
Hon. Alex. Delmar, New York :
do it. At last some one remembered
State lands. No application will be received un
D ear S ir .—The Appeal reproduces
less accompanied by one-third payment of the pur
that a company of light ni ng rod men had
with unqualified commendation your let manufactures and shipping, might not or neglect your local paper. It speaks to some ladders at the other end of the town.
ter in Pomeroy1» Democrat. The editors alone have caused the war of 1861 ? ten times the audience that your local So down the newly married soul has
Office in Court House—up stairs.
SAUSAGES, «he., dee.
T. H. B. SHIPLEY,
of the Appeal would gladly have an ex Who, except the impudent men who minister does, and if it has any ability tened, secured a ladder, and at half-past
Local Agent for Jackson count».
pression of your opinions on any public under the banners of Perpetual Union at all it is read eagerly each week from four in the morning succeeded in join!
Jacksonville, Ogn., April 15th, 1871.
and great Moral Ideas, have thus far led beginning to end. It reaches you all,
Jacksonville, March 18 1871.
the nation by the nose, by simply vocif and if it has a lower spirit and less wis his bride in the room above. The ne
Your Friend and Ob’t Servant,
the falsehood that the war was dom than a sermon, it has a thousand morning the party returned home, «
L. J. Du P re ,
waged for slavery alone ?
times better chance at you. Lying, as it during that they had had the joilie
Editor Memphis Appeal.
The Northern Democracy, instead of does, open upon every table, in almost wedding ever known in that sect!
upsetting this stigma upon the South, as every house, you owe it to yourselves to This is no fancy sketch, but a bona
N ew Y ork , Aug. 1, 1871.
it might very easily have dope, has been rally liberally to its support, and exact occurrence. We could give the names\
Oregon street, opposite Overbeck*« Hospital,
Colonel Louis J. Du Pre, Memphis Tenn.'. content to let it pass unchallenged ; and from it, as able, as high-toned a charac the parties if we wished.
D ear S ir .—Your esteemed favor of now, crowning act of weakness and folly, ter as you do from any educator in your
A n Indian called at a tavern, in the fall
ult. to hand. It affords me great proposes to accept the Radical revolution midst. It is in no sense beneath your
hoice liquors AND CIGARS CON-
the year, for a dram. The landlord
pleasure to know* that my late letter on ary amendments, on condition that this notice and care—unless you yourselves
stantly on hand.
him two copjiers for it. The next
the New Departure meets with commen
spring, happening at the same house, he
c ntyre South as yourself. Nor are you alone. victorious adversaries, as a weapon of acter it is the summation of the import called for another, and had to pay three
Every mail brings fresh proof that the political contention. History cannot ance, interest and welfare of you all. It coppers for it. “How is this, landlord ?”
12 1-2 Cents.
views it advances are regarded by the match such an abject and unnecessary’ is the aggregation of your own conse says he; “last fall you asked me two
J'nly 17tb, 1869.
surrender. Scarecrow fright is the only quence, and you cannot ignore it with coppers for a glass of rum, now you ask
Democracy with favor.
The Ohio platform, if it means any name for it.
out miserably depreciating yourselves.— three ?” “Oh,” says the landlord, “it
costs me a good deal to keep rum over
thing, means that the revolutionary When it is seen with what com field Times, Amenia, N. Y.
rpiIIS favorite stable has been reopened and amendments shall be regarded as a final
winter. It is as expensive to keep a
ammunition the Democracy has now
of rum over winter as a horse.”
settlement of the constitutional issues thrice been put to flight, there would To test a horse’s eyes, look at the eye
HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING FULLY
the Indian, “I can’t see
between the tw’o great parties. Assum seem to be nothing left worth laughing carefully, when the horse is in rather a
refitted this »Id and favorite place of resort
he won’t eat so much hay;
ing that it means this, I am compelled to at in regard to the attitude of the two dark stable. Note the size and shape of
now. effers the ve-y best of liquors and Began at
regard it, in the case of its adoption by great Northern parties. But there is. the pupil, carry this carefully in your maybe he drink as much water.”
12 1-2 CENTS.
the National Democratic Convention as Although the Ohio Democracy has bar mind while you turn the horse about tn
The Saloon is commodious, the billiard tables
It is confessed by California papers
tantamount to a disbandment of our par gained for the removal of the Radical a strong light. If the pupil contracts
are of the latest and most improved pattern, and
the price of improved lands in that
ty. If, on the other hand, it is simply slavery scarecrow, by surrendering the and appears much smaller than in the
the wants of guests promptly supplied.
is lower than it was two or three
SADDLE HORSES verbiage, trickery, double-dealing, de rights of the States, it finds its adversary first instance, you may infer that the
This is the result of the fail
ceit, and it has much the appearance of still tolerably well entrenched, and horse has a good strong eye ; but if the
50 Points of Bl 111* rd» For Drink».
has been so disastrous
For hire on reasonable terms.
it, I can view it in no better light. Our puzzles much how to attack him.
pupil remains nearly of the same size in to many this which
Those knowing themselves indebted to me will
people are of too intelligent and serious Step we now into the camp of Great both cases, his eyes arc weak, and you
do well to call without delay and settle, as I must
•’ Teamsters will find ample accommoda a bent to countenance duplicity; and Moral Ideas, and what do we find to oc had better have nothing to do with him.
have money, and that soon.
A n * Oregon toast over a glass of the
tion for their animals at all times. Horses board- the crisis is far too Important to be met casion all this bewilderment and fear in
HENRY BREITBARTS. . ed
: “Here’s what makes us wear
on reasonable terms.
with unmeaning phrases.
the minds of the Democracy ? Are the To be angry is to avenge the faults of
PEARSON A McINTYRE.
We are cailea upon to acquiesce in or Radicals clothed in peculiar moral mail, others upon ourselves.
| JEWELRY STORE,
Pioneer Bit House,
NEW MEAT MARKET!
RAILROAD SALOON! LIVERY STABLE !
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