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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
Published Every Friday Morning
Official Paper for Jackson & Josephine
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P. D. HULL 8 l CHAS. NICKELL,
Pnblishers and Proprietors.
OFFICE—On Oregon street, in Orth’s Brick
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1874.
STATE OF OREGON.
Dr. L. DANFORTH,
'Governor,......................................... L. F. Grover
Secretary of State,.................... S. F. (’had wick
Treasurer, ..................................... L. Fleischner
State Printer,........................... Eugene Semple
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Has removed to Jacksonville, and tenders
his professional services to the public.
Office on California street, adjoining Ca
ton’s shoe-shop. Residence on Third street,
opjiosite and west of the M. E. Church.
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
f’ireuit Judge....................................... P. P. Prim
District Attorney..........................>1. K. Hanna
H. K. HANNA,
County Judge,............................. E. B. Watson
County Commissioners...... j
Sheriff,......................................... J. W. Manning
Clerk.............................................. E. I >. Food ray
Treasurer,............................................... K. Kubii
Assessor....................................... W. A. Childers
School Superintendent........... H. (’. Fleming
Surveyor......................................... E. C. Mason
Coroner............................................ H. T. Tnlow
Official Paper,.................... D emocratic T imes
Attornry-at-Law and Notary Public,
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to all business left
in my care.
C. W. KAHLER.
E. B. WATSON.
KAHLER & WATSON,
..M. F. Baldwin
Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law,
I James Neely.
...Dan. L. Green
..... Win. Naucke Will practice in the Supreme, District and
. ..... John Howell ot her ('ourts of t h is State.
Office in the building formerly occupied
....... B. F. Sloan
...W. N. Sanders by O. Jacobs, opposite Court House.
...Geo. E. Briggs
.„D emocratic T imes J. A. CALLENDER, M. D. | A. C. MATTHIAS, M. D.
CALLENDER A MATTHIAS,
Jackson County.— Circuit Court, second
M ondav in February. Juno and November.
■County Court, first Monday in each month.
Josephine County. —Circuit Court, second
Monday in April and fourth Monday in Oe-
tol»er. Countv Court, first Monday in Jan
uary, April. July and October.
Physicians & Surgeons,
Having formed a co-partnership for the
practice of our profession, we offer our ser
vices to the public.
K-iT Office on California Street, opposite
Union Livery Stable.
Justice of the Peace,....................J. H. Stinson
Constable..................................... A. M. Asbury
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
f C. C. Bookman, Pres’t,
Dr. J. C. BELT,
j Sol. Sachs,
Trustees,................... I John Bilger,
I Henrv Judge,
Í K. Kubii.
Recorder,........................................ U. S. Havden
‘Treasurer,......................................... Henrv Pape
Marshal............................................. Fred, (»rob
Street Commissioner,............... Peter Boschev
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Having located in the town of Jacksonville,
lor the purpose of practicing Surgery and
other branches of his profession, respect
fully asks a portion of the public patron
age" Office—Second door north of the U.
Jacksonville I.ixlsr No. in, 1.0.0. F.,
? Holds its regular meetings everv
Saturday evening at the Odd Fel
low’s Hall. Brothers in good standing are
invited to attend.
t . t . mckenzie , n . g .
J ohn B ilger . Bee. Sec’v.
John A. Boyer, Isaac Sachs, Kaspar Ku
CALIFORNIA STREET, Jacksonville,
Jacksonville Stamm No. IIS. I". 0. R. M.,
nolds its regular meetings every Thursday
evening at the Odd Fellows* Hall. Brothers
in good standing are invited to attend.
BEN SACHS, O. C.
A. B ohn , R. S.
Trustees—Herman v. Helms, Ben Sachs,
Orreonian Ponihontns Tribe No. |, Im
proved order of Red Men, holds its
stated councils at the Red Men’s
Hall the third sun in everv seven suns, in
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
brothers in good standing.
A. P. OWEN, S.
C. W. S avage , C. of R.
ATR CUTTING, SHAVING, SHAM-
pooingand ladies’ hair cutting done in
An entirely new discovery for cleansing
the scalp and restoring the hair to its natu
ral vigor. Price, $1.00 per tmttle.
RAZORS CAREFULLY PUT IN ORDER.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY!
(Won Division No. 1.
Sons and Daughters of Temperance, meets
nn Tuesday evening of each week in the
O«ld Fellows’ Hall. Brothers and sisters in
good standing are invited to attend.
ANNA DOWELL, W. P.
J. R. W ade , R. S.
I CAN FURNISH
First-Class WATER PIPE,
Cheaper and More Durable
Wnntn Loder No. 10, A. F. & A. M..
Holds its regular communi<>ations
/ nf ' on the Wednesday evenings or pre
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
M ax M uller , Sec’y.
Ruth Rebekah Decree Loder No. 4,1. 0. 0. F.,
Holds its regular meetings on every other
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
Memlters in good standing are invited to
N. FISHER, N. G.
J ane K cbli , R. S.
Jacksonville Tnrnverein No. 1,
Hohls its regular meetings at Tnrnverein
Hall every Monday evening. Regular Ex
ercising everv Monday and Thursday eve
CHAS. NICKELL, President.
En. H orne , Secretary.
Wood, Iron, Lead, or any other Material.
ANY SIZE FURNISHED.
Send yMir orders to
Or A lex . M artin , Agent, Jacksonville.
Wholesale Dealer In
338 and 340 Pine St.,
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
Holds its regular meetings at the District
•School House every Friday evening.
A l . CARDWELL, President.
S ophie N ickell , Sec’y.
San Francisco, California.
T-tT Orders from the country promptly
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS.
The City Brewery,
C alifornia S treet ,
ATONE BITT THE CHOICEST AND BEST
IN Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
r . SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY
the citizens of Jacksonville
— and kept.
«surrounding country that he is now manu
DRINKS, 121 CENTS.
facturing, and will constantly keep on hand
the very best of Iaiger Beor. Those wishing
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
a cool glass of beer should give me a call.
pay. Families needing anything in my line
«•an always |>e supplied with the purest and
liest to be found on the Coast. Give me a
CHAS. K. KLUM. call, and you will be well satisfied.
ft. E. WATT.
WATT A KLUM,
Saddle & Harness Manufacturers,
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
ANUFACTURE AND IMPORT CON-
cord Team, Buggy and Plow Harness, THE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER,
lloeton Team Collars, Concord, Team and
1 has now on hand and is constantly man
'Buggy Collars, Men’s, Boys’, and Side Sad ufacturing
the liest I.ager Beer in Southern
dles, Bridles, Cinchas anti Stirrups, Whips, Oregon, which
he will sell in quantities to
Curry-combs, Lashes, Spurs, Collar Pads, 811
chasers. Call and test tne article.
and everything usually kept in a well regu
lated harness establishment.
We are using Kerby’s Genuine Santa Cruz
Leather, and guarantee Satisfactioa to oar
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Me. WIL-
A son is doing for himself, and I forbid any
ALL CHEAP FOR CASH.
one letting bun have anything on my ac
Repairing neatly and quickly done.
August 17, 1874.
Please give us a calk
Furniture Ware - Room,
GENERAL NOTE8 ANO NEW«.
VVINE-BKINKING ANO BOBKIETY.
Advertisements will be inserted in the T imes
■ at the following rates ;
One square, one insertion......................... $3.00
each subsequent one............ 1.00
For legal advertisements, 82.50 j>ersquare
of 12 lines, first insertion, and $1.00 per square
for each subsequent insertion.
A fair reduction from the above rates made
I to yearly advertisers.
Yearly advertisements payable quarterly.
Job printing neatly and promptly executed.
A n I tem for A ll M en .—We have
Spain sends 2,000 more troops to
Among the nations of Europe the ' probably all of us met with instances
Cor. California A Oregon Sts.,
French have long been held up to ad- > in which a word heedlessly sj»oken
The Montana papers are filled with miration as models of sobriety. The against the reputation of a female has
rarity of the cases of drunkenness is as been magnified by malicious minds,
reports of Indian troubles.
cribed to the fact that wine is the prin until the cloud has become dark enough
The whole number of troops now in cipal beverage of the people, the con to overshadow her wholo existence.
sumption of spirits being comparative- :
the Southern States is about 3,000.
ly small. Of late years, however, To those who are accustomed—not
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment
The State Grange meets at Salem there has been an increase in the num necessarily from bad motives, but from
of furniture, consisting of
next Tuesday. It will doubtless be a ber of drunkards, attributable, mainly, thoughtlessness—to speak lightly of
to the introduction of absinthe, and a I females, we recommend three “hints”
large and intelligent Ixxly.
temperance society has been formed to . as worthy of consideration :
In the San Francisco Lincoln Gram ’ check the growth of the evil. From
Never use a lady’s name in an im
mar School is a pupil only eight years a report published by this society it proper place, at an improper time, or
of age who weighs 170 pounds.
appears that during 1873 the Tribunals , in mixed company.
make any assertions about
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
Hon. O. B. McFadden, Delegate I of Simple Police in the twenty-six ■ her Never
that you think are untrue, or allu
Courts of Appeal heard 52,696 charges j
from Washington Territory, is lying of intoxication, brought against 52,655 sions that you feel she herself would
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
dangerously ill at Pittsburg, Pa.
persons, of whom 2,661 were women. blush to hear.
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
\\ hen you meet men who do not
There are 188 Notaries Public in Ore These prosecutions resulted in thecon-
scruple to make use of a woman’s
gon, and 62 Commissioners of Deeds
tion of charges to population was, for name in a reckless unprincipled man
Also Doors. Sash and Blinds always on for this State in the United States.
every 1,000 inhabitants, 3 at Bor ner, shun them, for they are the very
hand and made to order. Planing done on
reasonable terms. jefC Undertaking a spe
Mrs. Duniway is writing a tale about deaux, 6 at Dijon, 25 at Rennes, 37 in worst members of the community—
men lost to every sense of honor, ev
the “Spears of the Sexes.” The Dem Paris and 60 at Rouen. In San Fran- ery feeling of humanity.
i cisco the arrests for drunkenness in
Many a good woman’s character has
DRUGS and MEDICINES. ocrat says it is a bristling narrative.
1873 were about 12 ¡»er thousand of the
ruined and her heart broken by
Read the newspapers and keep post- inhabitants. From
manufactured by some villain
' ed. A well-informed man will often which show the greater sobriety of the
FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK AL- prosper where a well-educated man inhabitants of the wine-growing dis and repeated where it should not have
ways on hand at the
tricts, it might I m ? argued that if the l»een, and in presence of those whose
might starve to death.
production of cheap, wholesome and little judgment could not deter him
R. C. and Cal. Geer threshed 1,048 palatable wines in this State were from circulating the foul and damag
CITY DRUG STORE,
bushels of oats from the shock in Ma largely increased, the people of this ing report. A slander is soon propa
gated, and the smallest thing deroga
rion county, with an eight-horse Pitt’s country would learn to ¡»refer the tory to a woman’s character will fly
juice of the grape to the fiery and of
| Challenger, in five hours and a half.
ten deleterious compounds called by on the wings of the wind and magnify
Mount Etna, in Europe, is in a state the generic name of “rum.” The tastes as it circulates until its monstrous
| of violent eruption, and the inhabi- and habits of the people are not, how weight crushes the poor unfortunate
i tants are making tracks from the ad ever, easily changed, an instance of
Respect the name of a woman, for
which truth is afforded by the fact
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, jacent villages. No harm done as yet.
mother and sisters are women,
that, although since the reduction of
The largest cannon in the world has duties on light wines in England the and as you would have their fair name
Gasoline Oil and Lamps. lately been made in England. It is a | consumption of claret has greatly in- J untarnished and their lives unembit
tered by the slanderer’s, biting tongue,
rifled cannon, weighs 81 tons, and is ; creased there, the consumption of spir heed the ill that your own words may
its has increased in a far greater ratio, j
bored to throw a shot of 1,600 pounds. Climate has, no doubt, much to do bring upon the mother, the sister, or
Chrome iron is being shipped to San with the choice of stimulants. We the wife of some fellow-creature.
Agency for Cowan's King Remedies. Francisco from Crescent City in large may not expect to see any diminution in
A H usband F alls in L ove with
From that city it is shipped the quantities of spirits consumed in I Ills W ife .—At the gaming-table the
this country, but there is every reason
to England, where it is worked up to l>elieve that the demand for wine Duke of Richmond incurred a debt of
honor to Lord Cardogan, which he waa
unable to pay, and it was agreed his
About this time some of the young
son, a lad of fifteen, who bore the title
R ight of P re -E mptors to F ile of the Earl of March, should marry a
El VERY STABLE, I men named after the “Christian”
statesman Credit Mobilier Colfax are M ore than O nce .—Hon. S. S. Bur still younger daughter of Lord Cardo
1 attaining an age when they can realize dett, Commissioner of the General gan. The hoy was sent for from
Oregon Street, Jacksonville,
Land Office, addressed the Register school and the girl from the nursery ;
I all the horrors of their situation.
a clergyman was in attendance, and
Brigham Young is reported to be in and Receiver at Humboldt, California, ' the children were told that they were
J. W. MANNING & R. ISH, Propr e.
to be married on the spot. The girl had
a dying condition, and the ladies of as follows on June 29, 1874 :
nothing to say; the boy cried out,
the Lion House have held a conclave
They surely are not going to marry
aving just received a new and unanimously elected the Rev.
me to that dowdy ?” But married they
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car
riages, we are now prepared to furnish our
Henry Ward Beecher as his successor. [ I have to say that by the decision of * were. A post-chaise was at the door ;
patronsand the public generally with as
The race horse “Fellowcraft,” who the Supreme Court of the United the bridegroom was packed off with
States at the December term of 1871,
j the other day beat “Lexington’s” un- 1 in the case of Johnson vs. Townsley, his tutor to make the grand tour, and
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
the bride was sent hack to her mother.
horses hired to go to any part of the country. ■ equaled four-mile time, is said to be (13 Wallace, p. 72,) the fourth section
Lord March remained abroad for sev
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses
broke to work single or double. Horses . coming to San Francisco to try his of the act of March 3, 1843, concerning eral years, after which he returned to
boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon speed with California’s famous horse j two declaratory statements by the London, a well-educated, handsome
them while in our charge.
same pre-emptor, is confined to pre- young man, hut in no haste to meet his
T^r OUR TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
■ emptions upon land subject to private wife, whom he had never seen except
It is now fully understood that Grant entry.
A liberal share of the public patronage is
on the occasion of their hasty marriage.
MANNING A ISH.
will he nominated for the third term, | It is, therefore held by this office, i So he tarried in London to amuse him
as that great and good man, John 1st: That the pre-emption law does self. One night at the opera his atten
Smith, favors the scheme. It will no j not restrict a pre-emptor as to the tion was attracted to a l»eautiful young
number of filings he may make upon
j doubt be difficult to heat a man hacked unoffered land prior to his perfecting a lady in the boxes. “Who is that,” ho
asked of a gentleman beside him.
j by such a numerous cuss as John pre-emption claim. 2d : A pre-emptor “You must be a stranger in London,”
; may abandon a filing upon one tract was the reply, “not to know the toast
The Albany Democrat is of the opin and make subsequent filing upon an- of the town, the beautiful Lady
, other tract, or may make a second fil
ion that the next Legislature will be ab- ing without abandoning the former. March.” The Earl went straight to
the box announced himself and claim
THROUGH TICKETS, 12} C ts .
! solutely gobbled up and carried off in 3d : A pre-emptor exhausts his pre ed his bride. The two fell in love
j the arms of a bevy of determined emption privilege by proving up and with each other on the spot, and lived
1HOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CI-
) gars constantly on hand. The reading women who will swarm about the Cap making entry, even of the smallest le long and happy together, and when
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
ital, clamoring for “suffrage,” and gal subdivision, after which he is not the husband died she also died of a
cals and leading papers of the Coast. 29tf.
entitled to file.
broken heart within a few months.—
“privileges,” and other things.
X H. HYZER,
O atmeal , B one and M uscle .—
A Salemite wants the citizens to
R ather L iked I t .—A Minnesota
Liebig has shown that oatmeal is al
PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, get up purse, say of $500, with a rea
let ter-writer, mentioning the treatment
sonable entrance fee added, for a run most as nutritious as the very best of
grasshoppers, says that some farm
English beef, and that it is richer than
ning race, free for all horses. Also a wheaten bread in the elements that go ers found smoking very effectual.
purse, say $300, for the best trotting to form bone and muscle. Prof. When the grasshoppers were flying
T HAVE BOUGHT M r . ACKLEY’S TN- race, upon the same conditions, to l»e Forbes, of Edinburgh, during some j they placed damp prairie grass on the
I terest in the painting business, and will
windward side of their fields and set
endeavor to conduct it myself on terms to offered as premiums at the coming twenty years, measured the breadth
and height, and so tested the strength ■ fire to it. The grasshoppers either
suit the times. Favors respectfully solic State Fair.
of t>oth the arms and loins of the stud- j did, or did not alight, or if they did
At Long Branch, August 25th, the ents in the University—a very nu- i did not stay long. But this was not
N. B.—I will settle all accounts of the late
firm, pro and con.
J. H. HYZER.
swimming match of three miles at sea merous class and of various nationali always successful. A farmer in an
Jacksonville, June fl, 874.
for a purse of $2,000 was won by the ties, drawn to the city of Edinburgh eastern county, who tried it, told me
H. L. WEBB.
8. P. JONES. English champion, Johnson, who heat by the fame of his teachings. He that at first he thought the “hoppers”
his American competitor, after a hard found that, in height, breadth of chest about to leave; he went away for a
and shoulders, and strength of the ' fresh load of grass, and when he camo
NEW STATE SALOON, pull. The latter has challenged John arms and loins, the Belgians were at back he found the rascals roosting on
son to swim from three to five miles the bottom of the list; a little above the fence and warming their feet by
Cor. California and Third Sts.,
on the Hudson river for from $3,000 them, the French; very much higher his fires.” After that the hotter he
Webb & Jones, Propr’s.
the English ; and highest of all the made the fires and denser the smoke,
W. J. Herren, says the Salem Scotch and Scotch-Irish from Ulster the better they seemed to like it.
who, like the natives of Scotland, are
NGLISH ALE AND PORTER, together Record, has on his place on the Silver-
T he Burlington Hawkeye has the
with the finest brands of liquors and ci ton, Marion county, road a three-year- fed in their early years with at least
gars always on hand.
one meal a day of good milk and good story of a young husband who took hjs
old colt that walks up to the pump in oat meal porridge.
wife to a soda fountain, and looking
at the man who asked them
New Boot and Shoe Store,
“S weet P ickle ” of A pples .— “what syrup ?” .said ho would take
takes hold of the handle with his teeth
and pumps all the water he wants to Take three pounds of sugar, three “crusade.” Imagine his horror when
drink, and then pumps for the balance quarts of vinegar (not very strong), ten she said she would try some too. Ho
pounds of sweet apples ; ¡»are, quarter laughed feebly, but the cold sweat
of the stock In the yard.
and core the apples, put the sugar and stood in great drops on ills clammy
Messrs. Williamson & Co., of Linn vinegar together, boil and skim it; brow; hut fortunately the soda man
aving permanently located
in Jacksonville, respectfully informs county, received from Now York two then take half of the syrup but into never lost his presence of mind, and
the public that he is prepared to do all kinds
while the husband threw in an extra
of work tn the boot and shoe-making line. patent flax-breaking machines, which another vessel, put as many of the ap
of “crusade,” his wife made a wry
they will use in preparing their pres ples Into your preserving pan as will
face over ginger.
ent crop for market. The machines boil conveniently, and boll until ten
der; then skim those out and add
S uí ’KERH which have been permitted
All Hinds of Job Printing
more apples and syrup and nutmeg.
to spring up at the foot of the steins in
in New York $500 each. Some of the
NEATLY &. CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
! flax raised by W. & Co. this year pro-
H appiness can be made quite a*> apple orchards may now be taken off
[ duced fibre five feet in length.
i well of cheap materials as of dear ones. to the best advantage.
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