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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1871)
Ot Xlcmorratic I ¿Time
some bisIding in the jail last Saturday, | C alifornia F rauds .—The San ! ran-!
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he discovered under the bed two large vfa-o huluxtrial Reformer copied our ar
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST ly. 1871
Tlu* following ¡»from the Eugene State bars of iron, which had probably been1 ticle on “California Frauds” and credited
handed in by outsiders to help their
the same to the Oregon Herald. Thei
E. D. FOI DR AY.
Wheat is selling in Salem at one dol
Reformer owes us a correction.
A rock was thrown across the river
lar |H-r bushel, and many competitor» at
last Wednesilay from a blast, whiehcame
E Jl'ST RECEIVED AND
<lown on the roof of Mr. Hass’ saloon
, There is now enough railroad iron at and fell to the ceiling of the house, The
AN AMIABLE CUSS
Harrisburg to complete the track within rock weighed twenty-six pounds, It was
two miles of this place.
very fortunate that no one was injured. ■
The Be<i Rock llemey-rerf is cilitcil by
None of the money stolen from the
an indiv ¡dual who allows his amiable 'Springfield Manufacturing Company’s quarter of a mile.
Some for weeks ago, a white man by
temper to find vent in the columns of his store has yet been recovered.
name of M. McCormick had a fuss
On the tenth—regular pay day—about
paper sometimes, and waxes eloquant
a half-breed named Tom Montgom
over his personal grievances when there thirty-five thousand dollars was disbursed ery, which resulted in blows, from the
to hands working on the railroad south
is a possible show to wash his dirty linen <>f here
effects of which Montgomery died last JACKSONVILLE, OREGON;
Friday. McCormick had left thecounty, i
in public. Here is a jxirtion of a late'
diatribe agninst M. V. Brown, the A1J The work on the road south of here is but on the death of Montgomery, he was
progressing rapidly. With the exee|>- arrestKi near the White House and
bany Democrat man :
I tion of two short stretches there are now brought to this place for examination,
Besides, since we quit the ¿fourteen miles of consecutive grading which was had last Monday, and the I
Albany Democrat— a pa)>er which we i‘°.‘l11tb ot ,tb\ is city. It is believed tlu* cars prisoner bound over in the sum of
resuscitated and placed on a paying basis will
" reach Oakland early in December.
to await the action of the grand jury.
F11HE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE
at no little sacrifice—he has let Ho opiior-!
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The bridge at Harrisburg will not be
The Benton Donocrat has the follow | in notifying his friends and the public gener
ally that he is now receiving and opening a very
*2*’ .^¡eomP1^cd as *>on «•'«expected, some time
lirly, because he knew* our hands were
large and extensive stock of
tied, and we could not protect and de ago. It was the intention to construct a
temporary bridge on which to cross the
fend ourself. Tills course is the more material to complete the road to this and Jones were coming to town, their;
reprehensible in him from the fact that, point, but this project lias liven abandon horses becann* frightened and ran away, ■
but for us, he would not now be in his ed, and when the first locomotive crosses making a total wreck of the wagon. I
hi,n ’ the "bridge' wilT lie* hi *'g<Mxl1'order'
The Fortunately no other damage was done, I
office, in pref-; bndge wiu he rea.lv for trains to pass although the boys exhibited some re
markable feats of ground and lofty tuinb-!
and thus,over about the first of October.
kept him from want—perha]>s actual
From the Eugene City Guard:
starvation. We next took him up to
One day last week, Mr. John Riehanl,
Albany, and associated him
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We are Informed that there are several living three miles above town, lost a very I
with us, against tjie earnestly expressed'cases of scarlet fever in town.
fine pair of horses by drowning. A Mr. CALIFORNIA AND SALEM
wishes of some of our friends, although
Thomas was driving them hauling wood
he was perfectly destitute of capital, i A train of ten dump carts passed across the river, and in going down onto
And we subsequently learned that the through town on Thursday, en route for the ferry boat, the horses became unman-'
little liar and ingrate had scarcely got the front.
ageable and ran into the river, and be
warm in his seat ere he commenced,! Another huge freight wagon, with fore they cold be freed from the harness
Iago-like, poisoning the mind! Is of ' some‘government stores for Klamath, drawn they were both drowned.
against us, and in many
, secretly ■ by ten mules, passed through town last
of course, f to injure us in every point Sunday.
As Mr. James Connor, of Philmont
was coming t<> this City, on last Satur
jMissible. Such having been his conduct
Boots and Shoes; Ladies’, Misses’
toward us,—such the base ingratitude he
Laurel oil is said to exterminate house day evening, he met with a painful acci
and Childrens’ Shoes.
HAY FORKS and RAKES,
has manifested—we feel that neither im »I- dies - Also, that a smoke produced by dent. In attempting to get into the car
PATENT CROSS CUT and BUCK SAWS,
icy nor justice require us to give up our bur,dn£dried l‘u,nPl<in leaveswill clear riage, while it was in motion his foot W k have also in connection with the above a very
HAND-SAWS, SHELF HARDWARE,
columns in his defence.
them out. The latter will also relieve caught between the spokes of the wheel, j Large and Extensive Stock of Choice
GRAPE VINE CRADLES,
Capt Humphrey says he never said one of any further trouble in taking care throwing him to the ground, dislocatingi
that Brown was a radical during the war. |of eanary birds and pets of that charae- his knee, and otherwise injuring him. GROCERIES,
He was brought to town, and l)r. Foley
We will not say that, in so many words,'ter.
he never did make such an assertion ;' We learn that one Pierson, a sub-eon- reduced the diskx-ation. Mr. Conner is
but he has said that Brown conducted i tractor on the O. & C. Railroad, abscon now improving rapidly.
HATCHETS and HAMMERS,
and edited a Radical paper, for a time, ded on Wednesday last, after having
TRAYS and BOWLS.
while the war was in progress. We bail drawn something over $1,000 for the pur
a right to infer that he was a Radical. pose of paying the men at work on ids Pearly, aged about 14 months, son of
If he was not a Radical, then he was a contract. He was arrested at Oakland Mr. and Mrs. Blake of Portland, was at
vile hypocrite of the bread-and-butter I by Sheriff" Van Buren, of Douglas coun play on the sidewalk in front of Kiger's i
brigade, prostituting his modicum of ty. Sheriff" Poindexter went after him Hotel, he stepjied off" onto the cross
walk just as a countrymanvwas passing
brains to base and unworthy purposes.
on Thursday, but at this writing has not with a team, who carelessly and without
A\ hether or not Brown deserves the returned.
seeing what was before him, drove direct
vituperation of Ablxitt we cannot pre
Al»out ten days ago a man called at the ly over the child, the horses passing, one
tend to say; but in either case the public office of J. L. Hallett, railroad eontrac- on each side of him. The front axle
!tor, and told Mr. Hughes that he wanted struck and knocked him down, bruising
Window Glaas, Nails, Iron and
are not interested in their private quar i to take a contract for getting out piles his head, and lauily spraining his left
Steel, Cast and Steel Plows
rels. Moreover, if we mistake not, the ¡and
driving them at the various points foot and ankle. Fortunately the team
Wooden and Willow
Bed Rock nian, not long since, assumed I along the line .between here and the was going very’ slow, as otherwise the re
Ware, Etc., Etc.
the prerogative of repromanding Demo
cratic papers in this State for indulging Seymour, and claimed to have two steam
pile-drivers in Portland, and said that if
From the State« Right« Democrat we I am now ready to sell anything in my line at the
in little “spats” with one another. 1 he got a contract he would have them
lowest cash price. Persons wishing to buy good.»
the following :
Would it not lie as well for this Mentor here in two days. Hallett made a con
will find it greatly to their advantage to exntnine
ASSORTED IRON AND STEEL,
l,ast Thursday Levi Backus, who re our
to extract the Iteamx from his own eves tract with him, and lie went out to hire
stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I am
sides in Syracuse precinct, came to town
l»efore he puts on his specs and looks af men to cut the timber. Next day up with his chin bleeding, in search of a determined n„t to be undersold by any house in
SUBMERGED & DOUGLAS PUMPS,
¡came word from Harrisburg that he was
ter the motes in the eyes of others ?
|a disreputable fellow and bail “done”
CAST-IRON WASH KETTLES,
■ several merchants out of small amounts, brother was hammering about a thresh
«TG ive me a cal), and then judge for your
OUR NEW DRESS.
■hut the railroad folks did not believe it, ing-machine with a sledge, the hammer self as to our capacity to furnish goods as above.
JAS. T. GLENN.
Iso our gentleman went onand victimized flew off"the handle and struck Levi on
tlie chin, mangling the flesh terribly and
We copy the following from some of everybody that would trust him. Hard nearly knocking his lower jaw off". He
SKILLETS AND TEA-KETTLES,
ily a store or saloon in town but what
our cotemporaries :
¡contributed to his exchequer. He gave got the wound dressed, and will doubt
BRASS & ENAMELED KETTLES,
The Jacksonville T imes looks neat and i Paymaster
& less get well, but will carry an ugly scar
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pretty in a bran new dress, The paper is (Tilton for $soo, and asked him to cash it to his grave.
a credit to its proprietors.— New North- for him. That gentleman declining to
A man nanus! Clark was killed near O H EÎ A Xa E H.
Ido so, lie asked him to draw the money Harrisburg last Sunday under the fol
for him in Portland. When Hughes ar- lowing circumstances : He went over to
The light comedian of the
Right« Democrat gets the following «' ed there, he found a telegram await- the railroad bridge, on horseback, and
6 ing him, saying that Seymour s brother after remaining some time, and taking
had arrived and he should not need the several drinks at a “doggery,” he moun
'The Jacksonville T imes has donned a money. I
__ a word,
_2, he turned
... l>e ted his horse and started back to Harris
new dress and looks as smart as a country a human fraud, and was publicly de burg, anil after lie had gone a couple of
school inarm on circus day.
nounced as such by Mr. Hallett, who de- hundred yards his horse fell down with
ftd- ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE.-®*
The Jacksonville T imes comes to hand »troyed his contract, and told him to clear him and, it is believed, rolled upon him
. . He then
this week greatly improved. It is far out;
ibe,\ left for jnirts unknown, so as to crush his skull and cause death
jaw-bone to ensue in a very short time. Decease« 1
superior to any Democratic paper pub- |and
. "7, is
• • supposed to
~ be building
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lished in Jacksonville for the ¡Mist four railroad in the neighborhood 1 of Rose was an entire stranger In that hwality,
years.- Wc«t Side.
bur7-_ He is well named. He calls him and his remains were burieil at the in
WVOMOV he V«»**
more stance of Esquire Mansfield, acsing Coro
The Jacksonville T imes appears in a ways of making a haul than anyone in ner.
new dress, which greatly adds to its ap- tou ,b
But the Irish men along the
We are ]K*rmitted to take the following
pearance. Its publishers rejoice that its track call him “Seymore,” because he
suliscription list is larger than ever be- |can say niore and mean less than any extract from a letter written by Frank
KAREWSKI, HAVING JUST OPENED:
Moore to A. Hackleman, of this city.
fore, and weekly increasing.
Wiliam- man in Oregon. Next!
, a large »teck of
Moore is in charge of Hackleman’s cat
From the Plaindeal er :
tle on Crooked River, in Eastern Oregon,
Oregon street, opposite Overbeck’« Hospital,
The Jacksonville T imes of last week
The workmen are now engaged in and writes from there under date of July
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
appeared in a new dress. It is a spicy ’ grading the road in the immediate vicini-
2!>th, as follows:
readable paper. It goes for the “ring” it 1 ityof Oakland. The Engineers are com
A. H ackleman :
Dear Sir:— You
that county with a vengeance, and hon ing towards Hoseburg as if there was no
have doubtless heard, long ere this reach
est Democrats should sustain it.— State I intention of stopping at this place.
BOOTS A SHOES,
you, that the Snake Indians have rob-
OF THE BEST QUA 1TY,
Mr. Joseph Roberts, who has a home- bed the camp of Cleman & Teal, on Sil
The Jacksonville riMES comes to hand s^ea(] at the ]lea(j (,f Rol>erts Creek, for ver River, and stolen part of the horses
this week in a new dress, and very much'convenjVnCe placed his cooking stove and cattle and driven tlu* men oil" to the
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY.
improved in appearance. This is a real (>utsi(le thv Pabin> in tbe (Jrv grass. The ranch. I hasten to inform you that it is
FISHER & BHO.’S,
live Democratic pajier, and we wish its result was tbat he ]ost tpn b)a(]s of hay all a mistake and that the Indians have
and Oregon Streets.)
publishers all success. I.----- -------- ............................................
and all his bedding. Mr. Whitsett lost
PAINTS A OILS.
wave.— Benton Democrat.
rpilIS favorite stable has been reopened and
als,ut five hundred rails, and Calvin Em-
The D emocratic T imes , Jacksonville, hree the same amount.
charge of the stix’k. They evidently got
appears this week in an entirely new out after a good deal of exertion,
My Motto :
dress. From its appearance we judge a[ On Wednesday evening while Mr. up a big scare and ran off' in the night,
good printer lias charge of the office. The David Bushy was driving a team one of
T imes is one of the best conducted papers the horses commenced to kick, striking were after them ! They came to my
on our list, and we are very pleased at Mr. Bushy with both feet in the right
Corner of California „nd Third St*.,
this evidence of its prosjierity.— Demo groin, inflicting a very serious and pain ted on one horse each, and the other two
riding “double” on one horse, and said
ful wound. For a time he was quite in that the Indians had raised Cain gener
sensible, but medical assistance was ally on Silver lliver. 1 gave them their
For hire on reasonable terms.
T he B ing oftiie T rue M etal —The called and he was soon restored to con
sup|x*r and they went on to Eagle R<x-k
egs leave to inform the public
Democracy of Ohio county, Indiana, sciousness, and is now rapidly conva that night—making !H) miles they’ had
that he has the largest, best, and most cotn- Corner of Oregon and Main Streets, offers
The largest corral in the tewn is attached to th«-
bargains, such us have not been offered before at stable. Teamsters will find ample accommoda
odious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
adopted the following on the 10th of July.
traveled constantly save their stop]>age
tion for their animals at all times. Horses board
I>et Democrats cut it out and preserve it
Mr. G. C. Havener, of Eugene City, for sup|>er at my camp. Afterwards I
This stock is fresh and of the best quality, and ed on reasonable terms.
for re-adoption next year in our county : has been in town during the past week returned with Henry Coleman to Buck stages from the North and South leave regularly CASH purchasers will do well to call on him.
PEARSON A McINTYRI.
Creek, where we met Gates and three of
Resolved, That the Democracy of Oh io with a lot of Cotswold and Leicester their men, who went on up to the earn]) frvni the U. S. llOTEL.
county view with surprise and regret the bucks, of the Witson & Lucky inqxirta- of Coleman & Teal, where they found
attempt to lead the party in the wake of tion. We are not much of a judge of everything undisturbed and all the cat The House has lately been re-painted, and reno
; the rooms are newly furnished, and well
strange and ungodly gods, and we hold sheep, but we think these were the finest tle, save 45 head, whose tracks were vated
The bedrooms are supplied with taken in exchange for goods. Also ground salt in
any “departure” from the known anil es
and every other convenience for 50 and 100 lbs. sacks, and fine Liverpool salt.
tablished principles of Jefferson, Madison stand that several were purchased by our long ere this all recovered.”
January 7th, 1871.
the comforts of guests.
and Monroe, and their successors, Jack- citizens, and will go far towards improv
BOARD AND LODGING
son, Polk and Pierce, to be subversive of ing the sheep of this county.
From the Democratic Era :
the most cherished interests for which
Mr. Thos. Ledgerwood returned from
A parade of the Fire Companies of
the Democratic party was ushered into Bohemia last Sunday, and showed us West Portland will take place on Mon Can be had at reasonable rates, according to the
existence, and that it would be an ac some beautiful sjiecimens of quartz taken day, September 4th. Invitations have room occupied.
knowledgment that its illustrious dead from one of the leads in these mines. l>een extended to the fire departments of
were but short-sighted and feeble states The quartz was of a bluish color, and Oregon City, The Dalles, Aibany, Salem,
Cor. Third <t Cal. sts., (opposite the U. «S. Hotel,)
was literally l>es pangled with the glit Astoria, Walla Walla anil Vancouver, Will be supplied with the best the market ean af
Reeolvcd, That, if the old Democratic tering ore. He informs us that there are and a grand time is expected.
ship must go to the bottom, we will sink several gentlemen in the mines who have
JACK ONVILLE, OREGON.
with her—in » Maze of glory—our ban had experience in quartz mining at
In compliance with an order issued by
AM SELLING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
ners nailed defiantly to the mast’s head. White Pine, and they are satisfied of the Superintendent of the Oregon and
of Saddles and Harness cheaper than ever was
Re solved, TW wbeu we descend so their richness. Mr. Knott’s mill was to California railroad, the cars cannot stop Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
offered before in Jacksonville. “Seeing is believ
low as to barter eur principles to partake start in a few days after he left, and is for passengers on J street, but rush past for their comfort and. convenience, as well ax every ing.” Give me » call before purchasing else JOHN NOLAND, PROP’R.
of the loaves and fishes, we will be, and doubtless running before this time. He at breakneck speed. Yesterday, as the attention and comfort usually found at a well kept where.
ought to be, danjwed.
also stated that it was rumored that a afternoon’s passenger train was passing
wealthy and enterprising gentleman of this street, going at the rate of fifteen
A LARGE HALL
IQUOR? by the glass, bottle, d»aaijoht>,.ot k«f.
H omeward .—Mr. Goodlir«
wife, this county has obligated himself to take miles an hour, a man and small boy
The proprietor of this old stand wax the first
cf BL Joseph, Missouri, who hare been in a large ten stamp mill, this season.
Is attached to the Hotel, for Balls, Meetings,
liquors down to a bit a drink nine yoara
here for two mouth» piwt on a visit to We trust the rumor will proVe true, as headlong a distance of twenty feet or Shows, de., and oan be had at reasonable terms.
ago in Jacksonville. I wifi be happy to have «xy
their daughter, Mr*. Jeiwlngs McCarrer, tlu? gentleman named has enterprise and more, landing against the front of our
friends call and see me. The beet kinds ef wines,
office, but doing no damage—to the of The Hotel i< furnished with a bar room where
liquors and cigars always on hands. Families sup
and friends, left here last Wednesday for pliu*k sufficient to make it win.
fice. This may be a funny experiment, the very beat liquor« and cigars may be found, at
lanks of all description plied with the best and purest in the market, a-
their home. We wish them a safe journ 'The Enterprise has the following :
but where the fun came in, in this in prices to suit the times.
printed with neatness and dispatch at this of Jeasonuble rates.
ey and hope to see them in our city
Jacksonville, Ogn., Jan. 8th, 1871.
Jacksonville, July 12th, 1S71.
.again.— Oregon City Enterprise.
HOFFMAN & KUPPEL
JAS. T. GLENN
STAPLE DRY GOODS
Cook Stoves, Different Styles.
Fuse and Caps, Rifle & Blasting Powder
FISHER & BRO.’S
FANCY, STAPLE & DRV GOODS
Boots & Shoes,
CHEAP FOR CASH!
LIVERY STABLE !
& M c I
L. HORNE, Proprietor,
THE BRICK STORE,
And Small Profits, Pioneer Bit House,
“IS MY M3TT0.”