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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1874)
the motives of tho German interven-|
tion in Spain is that Germany wishes j
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Hon. Geo. A. LaDow is at Portland. to reopen to Herr Krupp, the gun
H appy R elief to Y oung M en from the
Official Paper for Jarksou 1 Josephine Countirx.
Another fire occurred at Portland on i maker, a famous iron mine in Spain, ' effects
of Errors and abuses in early life.
the6th. Loss, $15,000, mostly insured. access to which is closed because the • Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. Now method of t reatment.
A petition praying the Legislature ■ i I district in which it is situated is held • New and remarkable remedies. Books and
circulars sent tree, in sealed envelopes. Ad
NEPI’KM BEK 11, 1*74. to alxdlsh the present liquor law is in i . by the Carlists.
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Number2
circulation in Lafayette.
Tho Delavan, (Minn.) Bee, says the ■ stitution having a high reputation for hono
TIIK OKlFT NEmWU IN.
The assessed value of property in New York Herald is for sale at rable conduct and professional skill. 45
The drift of popular opinion Is unmis California is over sixty million dollars $8,000,000 to Belmont and other capi- j T he C ommanding O peration of Dr. Wal
takable. It is in the direction of Demo- ! more this year than last. An excel talists who have just taken the Amer ker’s Vinegar Bitters in Chronic Dyspepsia,
Fevers, Nervous Disorders, Constipation,
ican loan, and to <nobody else. There i deficiency
vrat le principles. The bitter fruits of lent showing.
of vital power, ami all maladies
stomach, the liver, the bowels,
the departure of the Government from
the pulmonary organs, or the muscular sys
those principles, says the Sonoma Dem to the front, and with unction claims the third term organ. The Herald is to ; tem, is exciting the wonder of scient i he men
Harn on hand aud offer for »ale
ocrat, have l>een tasted, and the peo champion wood-chopper. He cut, pil I
sick as was never before witnessed in any
The estimated annual butter pro- age. 'I'lie sales of this great vegetable rem
ple everywhere exhibit a disposition ed five cords of oak wood and walked
to follow no longer the delusions back to town, (a distance three miles) duct of the United States at the pres- edy have been quadrupled within a single The Largest and Best Assortment
ent time is 700,000,000 pounds. Tn
which have led them from the paths. arriving at four o’clock.
While walking in those old paths in
The town of Mokelumne, Calaveras 1850 the production of butter was
which their fathers trod, they had Jus Co., Cal., was almost totally destroyed over 313,000,000 pounds, increasing to
tice, light taxation, honesty in the ad by fire on the 4th. Loss about $175,- 500,000,000 in 1860. In 1880 it is es Administrator-s Sale of Real Estate I
ministration of the Government and 000, with but a light insurance. The timated the country will require 600,-
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equality in sharing both its bunlens I iI fire started in a China wash house. A 000,000 pounds for our own consump I re-sale made bv tho Hon. County Court
for Jackson county, State of Oregon, the un
and blessings. Since making the strong wind was blowing at the time. tion alone.
dersignod, Administrator de lend* non of
“new departures,” what have they
The dispatches bring the significant the estate of Jacob Roudobush, deceased,
Hon. II. S. Smith, of Clatsop, joint
will offer for sale at public auction, for
had ? Monopolies that grind the life Senator, is unquestionably entitled to information that Attorney-General cash,
at the Court House door, in Jackson
—USUALLY REFT IN
out of the country—Credit Mobiliers the honor of being tho oldest white Williams has “designated to the Secre ville,on
and “Contract and Finance” robl»er- resident in Oregon, the first pioneer of tary of War the localities in which
Saturday, September 26, 18*74.
ies—Salary Grabs, high tariffs that the State, being a resident of Clatsop troops are most needed to suppress the following described real property be
to said estate, to-wit :
plunder the toiling many for the since 1832. He was born in New Hamp outrages, and Gen. McDowell has been longing
A house and lot situated in the town of
scheming few—a moneyed power, for shire, and studied at an Eastern acad ordered to distribute his forces as to Jacksonville, Oregon, known and designat
ed on tho Recorder's plat of said town as
tified at the national capital, controlling emy.
protect the localities designated.” The lot No. one, (Din block No. sixteen (16);
also .8126 in Modoc war scrip.
legislation, and leaving only the name
Every capitalist, mechanic, stock- President’s man Friday has an eye to
Sale to commence at one o’clock p. M. of
of representative government, the sub
I’. D. PARSONS,
man, and agriculturist will consult business, lie is looking out for tl^e said
Administrator De Bonis Non.
stance having been swallowed up in a their befit interests by giving all possi interest of his master and the republi 34 td.
We flatter ourselves that a fourteen years’
sea of political corruption. This is the ble encouragement to every effort put can party at the South, and what the
experience has made us familiar with
Administrator’s Sale of Real Estate.
necessary fruit of anti-democratic ideas
forth in the establishment of manufac cause lacks in popularity he intends to
and measures. The fathers of the
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tories in the State, however small and make up in bristling bayonets.
1 the County Court of Jackson county, THE WANT of THIS COMMUNITY.
Democratic party predicted all that has
insignificant they may appear at first.
! Oregon, the undersigned, Administrator of
The Height of Absurdity.
come to pass. Their prophecies have
the Estate of J. II. Billinbrock, deecased,
So says the Record, and we concur.
Í will offer for sale at public auction, at the
become history. They predicted that
Some journals are making them Court House door in Jacksonville, in said
A new enterprise has been started
unless the Government adhered to the
selves ridiculous by asserting that Grant county, on
rule of strict construction of the Con
Saturday, September 12th, 1874,
will be the Democratic standard-bearer
stitution and opposition to class legis nor less than an elk hide harness shop.
in 1876. Could anything be more ab at 1 o’clock r. m ., the following described
lation, general corruption would ensue The main feature in this kind of har
Real Property, situated in Jackson county, FIRST-CLASS
surd ? The Democracy have learned a On-gon, belonging to said Estate, to-wit : 1
and the liberties of the people be lost. ness is that it will fit the smallest jack
bitter lesson by the Greeley disaster The N. W. and theS. W. J, of Section
three (3), Township thirty-seven (37), South
And so it is to-day. Corruption has ass rabbit, or the largest elephant,
and do not propose going outside of Range two (2) West, containing three hun
poisoned every department of the Gov equally well, according to whether
their ranks for material again. There I lonie Place of deceased.
ernment, and almost the only rights the atmosphere happens to be dry or
’I’lie East fractions of tin-N. E.
are a large number of eminent and
the people have left to them are right moist.
lion four (4), Township thirty-seven
REASONABLE PRICES !
pure men in our ranks, and we propose South Range two (2) West, containing t
to be taxed and to impotently de
Wednesday in State Fair week, all to run the next Presidential campaign eight and fifty-eight one-hundredths (-1
acres, adjoining the Home Place.
nounce the villainies they are unable children under 15 years of age that
with Democratic candidates, platforms,
Lots number 1 and 2 of Sect ion twenty (20),
to prevent or to punish. Groaning have a mind to come, belonging to
number 1 and 2 of Section seventeen
etc. Grant, with his most damnable rec (17), lots
Township thirty-five (35), South
and smarting under these burdensand public or Sabbath Schools in the State,
ord, would be the last man the Democ Range 1 West, containing one hundred and
We invito all to call and examine our
aggravations, they are looking about for will bo admitted to the State Fair free.
Goods and Prices, feeling assured that we
racy would choose to bear their ban twenty-three
the remedy. And where should they Their teachers or Superintendents can
eight (28), ami theS. E. 1, ofS. E.
of Sec will give entire satisfaction to ALL.
ners, not excepting the Devil.
I tion twenty-eight (28), in Township thirty-
look but to the Democratic party, the get admission tickets by applying to
four (34), South Range 1 East, containing
party of Jefferson, the party of Jackson, the Secretary of the Agricultural Soci-
eighty (SO) acres.
Lot number 4 of Section twenty-nine (29),
and the party of the people—the par ety, Mr. E. M. Waite.
Another victim to Custom House ven I Township thirty-five (35), South Range 1
ty whose principles ruled the republic
containing sixteen and ninety one- I
Parties who have returned from geance has fallen in the person of Dr. West,
hundredths acres i16.90-100) acres.
in the day of its prosperity and glory ? I Union County, Oregon, says the ZM-
Lots number 6 ami 7 of Section 4. and S.
The errors of the Democratic party | let in, state that the race between the Johnson of McMinnville, Yamhill Co. I- ’« ofS. E. *4, and lot number 1 of Section
thirty-seven (37). South Range
have been incidental ; its principles Ross mare “Trifle” and Alex. Labuff’s He is accused by the Bulletin of voting 5. <> Township
West, containing seventy-one ami three
one-hundredths (7Í.03-loo) ¡i iieres, excepting
are sound and imperishable, being
I horse “Buckskin” was won by the for more sensible thing in his life,) and one square acre out of the Northwest corner,
founded on the rights of man and the
mer in 1:42}, 1:43 and 1:44}, the track Senator Mitchipple has had him re known as the (’oilier tract.
Terms of Sale—Gold coin, payable six
true philosophy of free Government.
| being 112 yards short. Very little moved as Postmaster. Sich are Radi months after day of sale, drawing interest
COST AND FREIGHT! r
The errors of its opponents are inher
at one percent, per month with security.
betting took place—not over $300 in cal tactics.
AN DREW S. MOON,
ent and ineradicable, and the present
Adm’r of J. II. Billinbroek’s Estate.
pools were sold—and perhaps not more
misgovernment and spoliation under
August 3d, 1S74.
than $3,000 bet altogether. “Trifle”
which the nation “bleeds” and groans
belongs to Geo. Ross, formerly of this
The judgment of the Circuit Court
are legitimate fruits of their principles.
A SPLENDID OFFER!
The drift is towards Democratic prin
His Excellency Gov. Grover has re ed of murder in the first degree, has I
ciples and the Democratic party, and
The DEMOCRATIC TIMES for a Year,
with Thurman, or Hendricks, or Allen, ceived the following letter, and as the been reversed by the Supreme Court,
A YEAR’S SUBSCRIDTION TO
or some such representative of old- readiest way to meet the wishes of his Judge McArthur rendering the opin
fashioned “Old Hickory” Democracy, correspondent, has ordered its publica ion. Gerrand will have a new trial.
we will sweep the nation from the for tion : “Sir: A lady unacquainted in
rnHE UNDERSIGNED, DESIRING TO
ests of Maine to the valleys of Califor I , your State wishes an acquaintance
I reduce his stock of goods, will sell for
AND A CHROMO OF
cost and freight for CASH for the next
with some respectable gentleman by
R. B. 1IARGADINE.
correspondence—a bachelor preferred.
Please, sir, if you can, inform this la
dy of such an acquaintance, and you
I also desire to sell mv Store-house and
will have her sincere thanks. Ad
R. B. II.
Ashland, July *28, 1874 .
dress, M. K. S. R., Wolcotsville, Indi
Step by step we are progressing to ana—Box 30.”
New Store! New Goods!
Oe iPi'mon’atit ®imw.
PACIFIC COANT MEWH.
(California St., ono door west of Sachs Bros.,)
OLD AND RELIABLE HOUSE
DEALER AND WORKER IN
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ETC.
EFT’S CONSTANTLY ON HAND AN
K assortment of the best
CHAINS, LEAD PIPE,
PAINTS, SIZES, GLASS,
OLS, HOSE, POWDER.
BAR, PLATE AND ASSORTED IRON.
BRASS ANDIRON WIRE,
SI LEET - I RON WARE.
Cast Iron and Steel Plows.
WIIEEL-BA R ROWS,
A First-Class Establishment!
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE,
Always on hand a large lot of parlor, cook
ing, office, cabin stoves, of assorted nizea,
plain and fancy, constructed on the latest
fuel-saving plans. Boilers, kettles, pots,
and everything connected with these stoves
warranted durable and perfect.
AH articles sold or manufactured by him
warranted. His work is made of the best
l material and of the choicest patterns.
T.-*" Orders attended to with dispatch and
filled according to directions. He is deter
mined to sell at low prices for cash.
I of all kinds, of the best brands,wholesale and
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
In connection with all these I havoon hand
a large assortment of
of all kinds—just what every married man
wants in his family. And if you don’t be
lieve it, call and examine my stock before
Importer of farm implements and machines,
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
the choice of a Democratic National
Administration, and from all sides we
see the masses rally ingaround thestand-
ard of the “Old Guard.” Even Ver
mont, which usually gives a larger Re
publican majority than there are Dem
ocratic votes in the State, cannot but
encourage the cause, as evinced at the
late election, where not only the Radical
candidates received smaller majorities,
but sections which have not gone
Democratic for years,, return Demo
cratic Senators and Representatives.
Luke P. Poland, the Congressman that
Introduced the infamous press gag law,
Is defeated, even though he received
over 8,000 majority at the last election.
The Democracy may well rejoice over
this great gain.
Wyoming, which lately voted for
Delegate to Congress, has returned
Steele by over double the majority he
received at the last election. The Leg
islature is strongly Democratic.
«•laaaMtb Maid Trata a Mlle la
A dispatch dated Boston Sept. 2d,
says that at Mystic Park, to-day, Gold
smith Maid trotted against her own
record for a purse of $2,500. She was
allowed three trials, and was accompa
nied by a running horse driven to
buggy. On the second trial the track
was scraped close to the pole and there
was not a breath of wind. She went
to the quarter in 33}, to the half In
1:06}, lifted her head slightly as she
reached it, but trotted the last half
without a break, and made the mile In
UF..VERAL NOTES AND NEWS.
It ¡3 said Gen. Butler is touching
up Moulton’s forthcoming statement,
and that it will be a stunner.
This space is reserved for BEN SACHS,
who will next week receive a com
plete and elegant stock of dry
goods, groceries, etc.
LINN’S BRICK BULBING, FILIFORMI St.,
I TVATCIIES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SIL-
verware, etc., has received a large ad
dition to his well-selected stock of Jewelry
ELGIN AND WALTHAM,
Gold and Silver Watches. Gold and Silver
chains, all imjiorted from the first manufae-
turers in tho East. A fine lot of SETH
EIGHT-DAY WEIGHT CLOCKS.
Also all kinds of E kiiit -D ay and 30-norn
C loi ks ; P ocket C utlery and W illow
W ake of all kinds ; a new assortment of the
Toys for the ELolidays,
AT.b I'OR T1IE
Trifling Sum of FOUR DOLLARS !
2-®“ Give me a call.
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II. F. JOHNSON.
P. A. HEARN.
JOHNSON & HEARN,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants,
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND PIPES,
FRUITS IN SEASON,
IF PAID IN ADVANCE.
Rev. II. W. Beecher Is still sojourn
otice is given that the jack -
ing at the Twin Mountain House, and
sonvillo District School will open on NOW IS YOUR TIME!
Septemlier 7, 1874.
in conversation announced his inten
tion of remaining until the last of the
HE MAGAZINE is one of the best
Primary Department, per term............. $4.00 Hl
monthly publications published, the
Common Branches......................................5.00 original price of which is £1.00. Though
lessons per woek in Vocal M usic free its subscription price is moderate, the Mag
The other day, in the great swim to Two
azine is decidedly not a “cheap John’’ af
C. C. BEEKMAN, Ì Directors. fair, as a sample, which may be seen at the
ming race at Long Branch, the winner
P. P. PRIM,
T imes O ffice , will attest.
swam the three miles, from out at
sea to shore, in one hour and ten W. J. S tanley , Principal.
ettie G ore , Assistant.
Of which the above gives but an idea, is a
beautiful and truthful representation of the
Some German workmen have writ
renowned Yosemite Valley, situated in Cal
ifornia, which is visited yearly by thou
ten to Bismarck that for every bullet
sands of tourists from every part of the
shot at him which misses him they
ll persons indebted to the world. It is 14x20 inches in size. Is pro
undersigned are requested to come for duced in seventeen oil colors, and is an or
will kill a Roman Catholic bishop ; for
nament to any room. It cannot be pur
ward aud settle. Those who have not the
every one that hits him two bishops ; ready cash can settle in lumber, wood, hay chased in any of our .stores. It is well worth
grain. I wish to live and let live. So $2.50, which we were offered for ours.
while if he is killed they will kill the I or
take warning, as others are letter collectors
J. C. BELT, M. D.
Jacksonville, Sept. 1, 1874.
Thoso not desiring the Chromo, will be
Governor Osborne of Kansas wants
furnished the T imes and magazine for $3.50,
Federal arms to protect the citizens of
This is doubtless ono of the best induce
that State against Indians. He says
ments ever offered to the public, and every
ll persons indebted to THE body shouldavail themselves of it. We mean
16 men have been murdered since
undersigned are requested to settle what we say. We stand responsible for the
June 16th, and not one of the murder
delivery of the Chromo and Magazine. We
have already furnished the Magazine and
ers has been punished by the United in the bands
ands of an attorney for forced col- Chromo to several persons, who can attest
lection. 1 moan business.
HULL A NICKELL,
Jt Is rumored iu Europe that one of
Jacksonville, Aug. 13th, 1871,
T ime *-- Orrrcn, Jacksonville, Ogn.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, | RANTZAU Jt SHAW AND COMSTOCK A MARTIN,
JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT SCHOOL.
In fact everything that is wanted for the hol-
idays. A tine lot of SILVER-PLATED
WARE of the best quality. Also a fine lot ot
.\fnxic lloj'efi, Aecordeonfi, (Ittifartt, Violma, etc.
A Fine Assortment of
CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO,
I’i|H‘s, Pipe-stems, and anything of that
kind that rnav lx- wanted, f am also Agent
for tho GROVER A BAKER and FLOR-
ENCE Sewing Machines, and keep them
constantly on hand. I have just received
tho latest improved Florence, which feeds
tho work FROM THE OPERATOR.
JiT Jewelry, Watches and Clock» cleaned
and repaired and warranted. Also Sewing
Machines cleaned and rejmired.
A thousand Granges, with sixty
thousand members, are the figures of
the Patrons of Husbandry in Ohio.
The members of Plymouth Church
are contributing toward a fund for the
relief of Mrs. Tilton. Already $17,-
000 have been collected.
JOHN A. BOYER,
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES.
ark your goods care of j . a h .
—9DUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
.case give mo a call.
Jacksonville, August 5, 1874,
JOHN L. CARTER <fc SON.
to merit a continuation of the patronage
heretofore extended to the old firms.
California Street, Jacksonville, Ogn.,
REA D Y- MA DE
IVE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO 1)0
»V all kinds of Painting, including
, WAGON AND CARRIAGE l’AINTINti.
Hosiery, Hats, Boots and Shoes,
LIQUORS, GROCERIES, CROCK FRY
ALL Styles of Graining Dene.
Order« from the country promptly attend-
■ ed to. •
SELLING OUT CHEAP!
To Close Business,
WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
~ v the lowest rates for Cash or in exchange
for produce, hides, furs, etc.
AT BILGERS, WILLOW SPRIJGS.
HE UNDERSIGNED, DESIRING TO
close out business, will sell out his en-
I tiro stock ol goods for COST and FREIGHT ,
WHOSE INDEBTED TO THE UNDER-
SETTLE UP.—All persons indebted are
are reiluested to settle IMME- requested to settle up immediately. A word
* ■ * EIA . ft”, having been burnod out by ' to the wise is sufficient.
the fire, the monov is needed.
WILT J AM BITX4ER.
HENRY TA PE.
Willow Spring«, Aug. 2°. 1871.