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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
Official Paper for Jackson & Josephine
Published Every Friday Morning
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1874
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PIK d'ESSIONAL CARDS.
Furniture VTare - Room,
general notes ano news .
WAR IN THE MODOC CAMP
■■■ 1,1 —■!'
A NIGHT KN THE COl'XTBY.
Northern California has been enjoy
“Old Sheepy” and “Old Blind Buck”
About eleven o’clock the dogs take
Governor.......................................L. F. Grover
in. Tho faithful watch-dogs
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Secretary of State,.................. S. F. Chadwick
Klamath Lake, when generally form themselves into Grang
Treasurer.................................... L. Fleisehner
removed to Jacksonville, and tenders 1 Jacksonville,
• the rest of the tribe were removed
State Printer......................... Elicone Semple his
The great Studebaker wagon factory east of the Rocky Mountains. Weak es, each containing about 700 dogs, for
professional services to the public.
mutual aid and benefit in the illicit
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Office on California street, adjoining Ca I
of South Bend, Indiana, burned down and decrepit as these two old men, distillation of mutton. Every night
Circuit Judge.................................... P. P. Prim ton’s shoe-shop. Residence on Third street,
... II. K. Ilanna opposite and vest of the M. E. Church.
representatives of a once powerful 100 dogs steal away silently to kill
on August 25th. Loss, $300,000.
were, they could not spend their sheep, while tho other 600 bark furi
Women are allowed to vote in Utah, tribe,
H. K. HANNA,
: Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment
few remaining days in peace. On ously, to induce their owners to believe
County Judge............................ E. B. Watson
, of furniture, consisting of
provided they are 21 years of age, na Thursday, the 20th inst., Sheepy took
—s . _
f John O’Brien.
they are, like the Hon. Elijah Pro
County ( „ ommissioners
...... j M A.Hueston
Attornry-at-Law ami Notary Public,
tive or naturalized citizens and tax down his faithful old rifle, and walk gram, “active in their trust,” and to
...J. W. Manning
ing over to “Old Blind Buck’s” wick i cover the . bloody • operations of their
....E. I). Foudrav
............ K. Kuhli
iup, despatched the soul of his enemy
Gen. O. O. Howard has arrived in to the “happy hunting grounds.” fellows.
... W. A. Childers Will practice in all the Courts of the State. I
Prompt attention given to all business left
At midnight the cow, whose calf has
School Siijienntendent.......... H. C. Fleming
Portland and assumed command of the ' “Old Sheepy” has been an Indian of I been
Surveyor....................................... E. C. Mason in my care.
reft from her, having reflected on
Coroner.........................................H. T. Tnlow
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
Department of the Columbia, supersed ! mark in his day, renowned both as a her loss, lifts up her voice and laments.
C. W. KAHLER.
E. B. WATSON.
Official Paper................... D emocratic T imes
warrior and a hunter. He has fre The lament of a sorrowing cow in a
ing Gen. Jeff. C. Davis.
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
KAHLER &. WATSON,
quently told the whites of the part he barn is something sui generis, in the
A Marion county man went to the has acted in the feuds of the Modocs
County Judge.......................... M. F. Baldwin
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
matter of sounds. In the first place,
Clerk’s office to get a license to marry, ; with surrounding tribes, and particu- it takes her a long time to become loud,
....... 1 f S. Messenger.
but forgot the girl’s name and had larly with the Pit Rivers. If he was and an equally long time to fill the
Sheriff,.......................................Dan. L. Green
j an active participant in tlie massacres barn with noise. But when the build
Also Doors. Sash and Blinds always on to go home without the license.
Will practice in the Supreme. District and
Treasurer.................................................... Wm. Naiicke
of white immigrants by the Modocs,
Planing done on
I hand and made to order.
other Courts of this State.
Assessor...................................................... John Howell
The Secretary of the Emigration as he probably was, he has prudently, ing is crowded with “moo,” and it be
gins to leak out at the windows and
Office in the building formerly occupied
School Superintendent............. B. F. Sloan
Board estimates that for the present in his communicative moods with the doors in muffled and melancholy thun
29tf. i cialty.
Surveyor,.................................. W. N. Sander« by O. Jacobs, opposite Court House.
Coroner..................................... Geo. E. Briggs
year the emigration to the United whites, kept this part of his history der, she has a long interval of rest to
Official Pajier,................ ..D emocratic T imes J. A. CALLENDER. M. D. | A. C. MATTHIAS, M. D. DRUGS and MEDICINES.
States will be about 135,000. So that locked in his bosom. For many years prepare for another blast ere the first
CALLENDER & MATTHIAS,
the comparison stands as follows : For past he has lived with his own family undulation has been exhausted.
Jackson County.— Circuit Court, second
pretty much separate from the balance
About two in the morning she is
Physicians A Surgeons,
1873, 268,818 ; and for 1874, 135,000 ; I of the tribe. He always refused torecog-
M ondav in February. June and November.
out and silenced by a jackass
County Court, first Monday in each month.
21. ways on hand at the
somewhere in the country, who, hav
Josephine County.— Circuit Court, secon«!
Monday in April and fourth Monday in Oc
A match has been made in New ently stood aloof from the enterprises ing nerved himself for the effort by a
tober. Cotintv Court, first Monday in Jan
CITY DRUG STORE,
York for a billiard contest for $2,000 in which that schemer, backed by his I silence of twenty-four hours, delivers
uary, April, Julv and October.
Having formed a co-partnership for the
followers, was from time to time en ¡ himself of a bray that makes the sky
practice of our profession, we offer our ser
and the championship of America, be gaged. The Willow Creek and Cot bright with a responsive shower of
Justice of the Pea«N»................. J. H. Stinson vices tn the public.
tween Cyrille Dion and A. Rudolph. tonwood country he recognized as his shooting stars. There is an awful
jriF Office on California Street, opposite
Constable.................................. A. M. Asbury
Five hundred dollars were posted, and home, and always refused to leave it silence for about twenty minutes, no
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
(C. C. Beekman, Pres’t,
the contest is to take place there on for Lost river where Jack and his fol animal daring to call his voice his own;
Dr. J. C. BELT,
| Sol. Sachs.
lowers made their headquarters. He then the jackass sings again.
the IS th of September.
i John Bilger.
took no part with Jack and his crowd
Just as the countrj’ side is corgrata-
PHYSICIAN AND' SURGEON,
I Henry Judge,
contentions with the Govern lat’ng itself that the infliction is over,
1 K. Kubli.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
Recorder................................... I’. S. Harden
option towns in California rattlesnake ment agents who desired to remove for another interval of twenty min
and scorpion bites are of frequent dai them to the reservation. And when utes, he discharges a third volley, and
Marshal........................................... Fred. Grob
I war broke out between Jack’s Modocs
Street Commissioner.............. Peter Boschev Having located in the town of Jacksonville,
ly occurrence, and it is rarely that any and United States troops, he remained then is heard no more. You, how
for the purpose of practicing Surgery and
ever, do not know whether he haw
other than local optionists get bit, with his family on Willow Creek, ap broken a blood vessel or gone to sleep;
other branches of his profession, respect
fully asks a portion of the public patron
they say. Tho only safe remedy is parently feeling as little concerned but with a dreadful uncertainty as to
age" Office—Second door north of the U.
whisky, and drug stores do a thriving about the issue of the struggle as if when the next bray will occur, you
Jacksonvillel.oik?No. in. I.0.0. F.. S. Hotel.
one of the parties engaged were not put your head under the clothes and
Agency for Cowan’s King Remedies. business.
Holds its recular nicotine« overv
Saturday oveningat the Odd Fel
people of his own race. This apathy, your thumbs In your ears and wait.
low’« Hall. Brother« in good standing are
The corn acreage this year shows an which he exhibited throughout the
invited to attend.
increase of 6 percent., or 2,000,000 war, is ascribed to some enmity be
A G ood S quib .—The following ex
T. T. McKENZIE, N. G.
JonN B ilgfr . R oc . Sec’v.
cellent squib from Frank Leslie's
John A. Boyer, Isaac Sachs, Kaspar Ku-
The cause of his killing “Old Blind
CALIFORNIA STREET, Jacksonville, » I
Buck” is explained as follows : Last Weekly applies to those people who
Spring a daughter of “Sheepy” died ; perpetually assure the public that there
Jarksontilk Stamm No. IIS F. 0. R. JI.,
170,000. Georgia has an increase of about two months ago his wife died is nothing political about the Grange
Holds its rcsrular meo’ing« evorv Thursday
300,000 acres; Alabama, 180,000; also; since then another child has been movement, at the same time that they
air cutting , shaving , sham - I
Oregon Street, Jacksonville,
evening at tho Odd Fellows’ Hall. Brothers
pooing and ladies’ hair cutting done in
in good standing are invited tn attend.
Mississippi, 120,000, and Texas, 200,- sick and liable to die almost any day. are moving heaven and earth to erect
BEN SACHS, O. C. I
It seems “Old Blind Buck” who set
A. B otin , R. S.
J. W. MANNING & R. ISH, Propr s. 000 acres. Allowing forty bushels as up claims to be a “doctor,” and who it into a national party :
Trustee«—Herman v. Helms, Ben Sachs,
the average per acre, the increase over was not very cordial in his friendship
Granger— “We want a Congress
I An entirelv new discovery for cleansing
will regulate the tariff so as to
for “Sheepy,” said in one of his py-
scalp and restoring tho hair to its natu
Orrfonhn Porahontns Tribe No. 1.1m- the
aving just received a new
ral vigor. Price, $1.00 per bottle.
The Chicago Tribune says the last thonic fits: “‘Sheepy’s’ daughter is give us foreign goods cheap; the cur*
pr«>vf»<l order of Ro<l Mon. hold« it«
stock of Harness, Bntrgies and Car
rency so as to give us plenty of money,
stated councils at the Red Men’s RAZORS CAREFULLY PUT IN ORDER.
nape«. wo are now prepared tn furnish our
great fire burnt over some sixty acres dead ; ‘Sheepy’s’ wife is dead, too ; and railroads so as to give us low
‘Sheepy’s’ child is sick and nearly
Hall the third sun in every seven sun«, in
patronsand the public generally with as
of that city. A few large, substantial
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
to die ; Old “Sheepy” will soon freights. We want a President who
brothers in good standing.
buildings were consumed ; but at least die; all ‘Sheepy’s’ folks will soon be will not veto our measures. We will
A. P. OWEN, S.
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
C. W. S avage , C. of R.
hired to go to any part of the country. forty acres of the sixty were covered dead.” An Indian boy, who stood by vote for none but free-traders, paper
■ PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY! Animals
BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses by the most miserable shanties in the and heard the prophecy, hastened to money men, national railroad states
broke to work single or double. Horses
“Sheepy’s” tent and told him what men, and a party that is superior to
Oreson Division No. 1,
boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon habitable world. While to individu
“Old Blind Buck” had said. As stat either of those now in existence.”
I CAN FURNISH
Sons and Daughters of Temperance, mw!«
them while in our charge.
Politician— “Then you will enter
on Tuesday evening of ea,-h week in the
ed above, “Sheepy” took his rifle and
Odd Fellows’ Hall. Brothers and sisters in First-Class WATER PIPE, 9V OUR TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
nity the destruction of these fire traps hastening to the tent of the prophet, the field of politics ?”
good standingare invited tn attend.
A liberal share of the public patronape is
Granger— “Oh, no. We will start
was a positive blessing. Their exist put a ball through him. J. A. Fair-
ANNA DOWELL, W. P.
MANNING A ISII.
write platforms, and elect can
J. R. W ade , R. S.
ence on the south side of the business child, who is our informant, supposes didates in
our interests, but we won’t
that “Sheepy,” recognizing the old
-A«, Warren Lodsr No. 10. A. F. A L M„
blind Indian as a “doctor,” ascribed to have anything to do with politics.”
Politician— “Oh, I see. You won’t
Holds its regular communications Wood, Iron, Lead, or any other Material.
his supernatural powers the misfor
/▼ \ on the Wednesdav evenings or pre
anything to do with flour, but
the reforms proposed and the safe tunes that had already befallen his
ANY SIZE FURNISHED.
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore
wheat and run grist-mills.
guards this fire is likely to produce family, and regarded the utterance
T. G. REAMES, W. M. I
Quite a fine distinction.”
M ax M uller , Sec’v.
ENGINEER. are carried out, the greater security of with which he was credited by the In
Send viur orders to
the city in the future is purchased at dian boy as declarations of a purpose
I ncorporated .—Articles of incor
to inflict still further evils on him.
Rnlh Rebekah Drerrr Lodge No. 4. I. 0. 0. F.. Or A lex . M artin , JOST
THROUGH TICKETS, 12$ CTs.
were filed yesterday in the
To prevent the infliction of these, or
Holds its regular meetings onYverv other
Secretary of State by B.
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
The stockholders in the Oregon in revenge for those he had already
Members in good standing are invited to
pHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CT-
suffered, he resolved to put his enemy Wistar Morris, incorporating himself
N. FISIIF.R, N. G.
V gars constantlv on hand. The readinc Shipping, Storage and Con» mission out of the way. The Indians are very as “Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal
J ane K ubli , R. S.
Wholesale Dealer In
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi Company of tlie Patrons of Husbandry
superstitious, and are controlled in Church of the United States in and
cals and leading papers of tho Coast. 29tf.
CALIFORNIA WINES, BRANDIES,
many things by their fear of the pow for the State of Oregon.” The objects
Jarktonville Turnverein No. 1,
land a short time since and effected ers helioved to be possessed by the of the incorporation are for tho pur
Holds its recular mootings at Turnverein
J. H. HYZER,
pose of worship of Almighty God, the
Hall every Monday eveninc. Regular Ex
an organization by electing A. J. Du “doctor.”— Yreka Union.
preaching of the Gospel of the Lord
ercising everv Monday and Thursday eve-
fur, of Multnomah, President; Green-
CHAS. NICKELL, President.
Christ, sustaining schools for tho
H air C haracterization .—A wri
E d . H orne , Secretary.
of young men for the minis
338 and 340 Pine St.,
ter says: Coarse black hair and dark
dent, and T. J. Matlock, of Clackamas, skin signify great power of character, try, holding real estate for such pur
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
poses, etc. The amount of capital held
San Francisco, California.
T HAVE BOUGHT M r . ACKLEY’S IN- Secretary. The following named Di with a tendency to sensuality. Fine
Holds its regular meetings at the District
1 terest in the painting business, and will rectors were also elected : Greenhury black hair and dark skin indicate by the corporation is about $75,000.
School House every Friday eveninc.
tir Orders from the country promptly endeavor to conduct it myself on terms to
The principal office of the incorpora
A l . CARDWELL, President.
Smith; L. D. C. LaTourette, of strength of character, along with purity tion is at Portland.
S ophie N ickell , Sec’y.
Clackamas ; Stephen Coffin, of Marion; and goodness. Stiff straight black
The South Umpqua Bridge Compa
N. B.—I will settle all accounts of the late
hair and lieard indicate a coarse, strong,
ijagle sample rooms firm,
W. W. Powers, of Linn ; L. W. Wel rigid, straightforward character. Fine ny also filed articles of incorporation
pro and con.
J. If. IIYZER.
Jacksonville, June 6, R74.
The City Brewery,
C alifornia S treet ,
kins, of Lane ; O. D. Babcock, of Polk, I dark-brown hair signifies the combina yesterday, with H. W. Stevenson, O.
and A. J. Dufur, of Multnomah. The tion of exquisite sensibilities with N. Yokum and C. M. Yokum, as in
Proprietor. H. L. WEBB.
8. P. JONES.
corporators. The purpose of the in
capital stock of $100,000 is said to great strength of character. Flat cling corporation is to build a toll bridge
have been all taken, and it is in con ing straight hair, a melancholy but ex across the south branch of the Umpqua
\TONE BUT THE CHOICEST AND BEST
tremely constant character. Harsh
NEW STATE SALOON, templation to increase the amount.
R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN- 11 Winos, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
upright hair is the sign of a reticent River, in Canyonville Precinct, Doug
Cor. California and Third Sts.,
formsthe citizens of Jacksonville and kept.
The latest dispatches announce the and sour spirit. Coarse red hair indi las county. The principal place of
surrounding country that he is now manu
DRINKS, 12$ CENTS.
business is Canyonville. The capital
facturing. and will constantly keep on hand
Webb 8t Jones, Propr’s.
departure of Henry C. Bowen for Eu cates powerful animal passions, with a stock is $3,000, with sixty shares of
the very best of Lager Beer. Those wishing
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
rope. Bowen is set down as authority corresponding strength of character. $50 each.— Salem Statesman, Aug. 27.
u cool glass of beer should give me a call.
pay. Families needinc anything in my line
Auburn hair, with florid countenance,
«•an always be supplied with the purest and
AND PORTER, together for some of the most infamous charges I denotes the highest order of sentiment
best to bi* found on tho Coast. Give me a
WniLE Prof. Watson has been fool
J with the finest brands of liquors and ci laid at the door of Henry Ward and intensity of feeling—purity, with
K E. WATT.
CHAS. K. KLUM. call, and .von will lie well satisfied.
gars always on hand.
away fifteen years of his life in
Beecher. It is significant that during high capacity for enjoyment or suffer
WATT <fc KLUM,
the study of astronomy, a very com
the progress of the scandal he has ing. Straight, even, smooth and. mon fellow in Delaware lias discov
Saddle & Hamess Manufacturers,
steadfastly refused either to deny that glossy hair denotes strength, harmony ered that a turnip tied to a string and
and evenness of character, hearty at
he was authority for them or testify tractions, a clear head and superior hung to a hook will prevent rheuma
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
concerning them, So long as the mat- talents. Fine, silky, supple hair is the tism from entering tho house.
ANUFACTURE AND IMPORT CON-
cord Team, Buggy and Plow Harness,
ter was kept out of the Courts there mark of a delicate and sensitive tem
T he Detroit Free Press
HUIE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER,
Boston Team Collars, Concord, Team and
Buggy Collars, Men’s, Bovs’, and Side Sad 1 has now on hand and is constantly man-
aving permanently located was no power to compel him to perament, and speaks in favor of the of the most vexatious things in the
dles, Bridles, Cinchas anti Stirrups, Whips, ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern
in Jacksonville, respectfully Informs speak. The Portland News says his mind and character of the owner. world is to have your wife’® uncle
Curry-combs, Lashes, Spurs, Collar Pads, Oregon, which ho will m -11 in quantities to
the public that ho is prepared to do all kinds
Crisp, curly hair indicates a hasty,
purchasers. Call and test tne article.
and everything usually kept in a well regu suit 2*)tf.
of work in the boot and shoe-making line. opportune trip to Europe will place somewhat impetuous and rash charac kicked in the stomach by a horse, will
lated harnees establishment.
it beyond the power of a Court of law ter. White hair denotes a lympathic you 320,000, and then deliberately get
We are using Kerby's Genuine Santa Cruz
I ¿eat her, and guarantee Satisfaction to our
to compel him to speak. Truth may and indolent constitution.
I f anything will impress the humau
be merciful, but did it ever desert in
milOSE INDEBTED TO THE UNDER-
All Kinds of Job Printing
ALL CHEAP FOR CASH.
are requested to settle IMME-
with awe, it is the expression of
nocence or keep a seal upon its lips
W estern birds are getting into the
J > as, having been burned out by NEATLY A CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT when innocent men were falsely ac- habit of late rising, as tho worms are the man’s face who has just been
Repairing neatly and quickly done.
the fire, the money is needed.
ground fmm «noting in church.
Ph»a«e give ire a < n »11.
to be had in nbundttn'*« at all hours.
HENRY PAPE. i
The Time« Office.
Dr. L. DANFORTH,
STATE OF OREGON.
Cor. California A Oregon Sts.,