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Oe íDrraorratií (¿mes.
Official Paper for Jaokson & Josephine
Published Every Friday Morning. By
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EDITOR AMO PROPRlFTOR.
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liste* of Nnbacrlptlon :
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STATE OF OREGON.
Dr» L. DANFORTH.
Cor. California A Oregon Sts.,
....... !.. F. Grover
'Secretary of State,.»»»»»»«...... . ,S. F. < 'hadwiek
•State Treasurer,................... ...... X. H. Brown
State Printer.......................... ......M. V. Brown
Snp’t of Public Instruction ...I,. I,. Rowland
FIRST JVDU’IAI. DI-TRIlT»
District Attorney,.................... H. K. Hanna
Judee ........ ................... D- B. O
County Commissioners...... j M X.Hueston
Sheriff, ..................................... J. W. Manning
.««««R. D. Fondrav
Treasurer •••••••••••• •••••< .................. K. Knbll
A ««esso r... ........................ ........ XV. A. Childers
School SujM'rintemlent, ......... II. C. Fleming
.... E. C. Mason
IL T. Inlow
Official Paper.................. ..D emocratic T imes
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Has removed to Jacksonville, and tenders
his prolbssional servies to the oublie.
Office on California street, adiolnmg Ca
ton’s shoe-shop. Residence on Third street,
opposite and west of the M. E. Church.
•T ackson ville.
The Mormons talk of emigrating to
The late Mayor Havemever, of New
York, left $5,000,000 to his wife and
The father of Charley It »ss, the ab
Keen« const anil v on hand a full assortment ducted Philadelphia l»oy, offers $5,000
H. K. HANNA.
of furniture, consisting of
additional reward for the recovery of
Atlorney-nt-Law and Notary Public.
the boy, and no questions asked.
The business of canning oysters is
growing brisk at Yaquina Bay, Ben
Avill practice in nil the Courts of *he Slate.
Prompt attention given to all business left
ton county. The oysters are said to
in niv eare.
lie first-class and equal to Eastern.
STANDS. SOFAS. LOUNGES,
Uountv Judge.................•’......... M. F. Baldwin
f S. Me«*enirer.
County Commissioners....... < James Neelv.
Sheriff......................................... Dan. L. Green
Clerk.......................................... Chas. Huehes
Treasurer,..................................... " n'- ^iatioke
Assessor........................................ John Howell
School Superintendent.............. B. F. Sloan
Survevor...... I............................ w N Sander*
C kroner........................... —........ Doo. F. Briers
Official Paper.................. ..D emocratic T imes
C. XV. KAHI.ER.
E. h . WATSON
The German Government has ap
pointed a committee of ten members
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUTTS,
Attorney# and Counselors-nt-Law.
to represent Germany at the American
1TTC., etc .
Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia
Also Door«. S»«h and B’^nd« nhvavs on in 187«.
Will prictice in the Supreme, District and hand
«»nd made fp nrAnr Plan»n«y done on
other Courts ofthisState.
T\ie Nevada City Debating Society
terms. z-ff" Undertaking a spe
Office in the building formerlv occunied cialty.
is going to debate a very abstract
by O. Jacobs, opposite Court House.
question, namely: Is the pork in a
J. H. STINSON.
J. R. NEIL.
di-h of pork and beans more nutritious
STINSON & NFTL.
than the beans.
KAHLER & WATSON.
Attorneys and ConnsHlors-at-law,
Jaeknnn CnHnta.— Circuit Court, second
LT VFJl Y STA B T. B,
Mondav in Fel»r •«»’v. June and N ivemhor.
Conntv Court, first Mondav in each mon»h.
Oregon Street, Jacksonville,
.ZhaenAmc Chwwf»/.—Circuit Court. se»*ond
Mondav in Anril and fourth Xfondav in Oc Will nractice in the Sunreme. District anil
other Courts of »be State. Promo» atten
tober. Conn»v Court, first Monday in Jan
tion given to all business entrusted to our J. W. MANNING & R. ISH, Propr's.
uary, April. Julv and Octolier.
otfipe on California street, be’ween
Justice of the Peace.................... J. H. Stinson
Third and Fourth.
Constable................................... A. M. Asbury
\VTKG TEST PFCFTX’FD A N FW
TOWN OF JACKSONVTT.T.F.
J. A. CAT.I.ENT1ER. M. I». | A.C. MATTHIAS, M . D.
«»(»«•k of Harness, piv-cio« and Car-
((’. c. Beekman, Pres’t.
r'9>»es. we irn now »'ro»»are<l »o furnish Olli"
I Sol. Sachs,
patronsand »be nublice»enerailv with as
.. 4 John B’l^er.
Plivsirians i Surgeons.
! Henry Judge,
I K. Kubli.
\s <*an ho ha<1 on »bo Pacific Const. Saddle
U. S. Hayden
bor-os blrpd fn <m to a»» v »>ar»
n’reasnrer....... . ................
Animal* BOUGHT and COT D. Horses
...... Fr»w1. Groh
brolrn to work «in<rlp or double. Horses
Having formed a <*o-par»ner*hip for ♦ hp t.oardprt in'! »»»o l»e«t of earn bestowed upon
pntc*i«*e of onr profession, we offer onr ser »hon» wh’lo in our charge.
vice« totbe nublie.
-Jr fii'i? TT-PMS APE PE \SONABT.F.
?/ro,’»ie on California Street, opposite
A liberal share of the nnhlio na»ronn,re is
Union I.iverv Stable.
MANNING A ISH.
4-irksonvilk I oilu No. 1ft. 1.0. ft. F.,
Hold* it* ree-nlar mee»in<’* every
Sntiirdnvevenimrst the Odd Fel
low’s Hall. Brothers in good standing are
PHYSTCTAN AND SUF GEON,
invited to attend.
T. T. McKENZTE, N. G.
CITY DRUG STORF,
Jonx B itxifr . Rec. Scc'v.
John A. Boyer, Isaac Sachs. Kaspar Ku
Having located in »he town of Jacksonville,
tor the mimose of nraeticing "Sqrgcrv and
Jitfksonvillr Stamm No. 14^, L 0. R. M..
fully asks a portion of »he nublic na»ron-
Hold* its regular meeting* every Thursday
Office—Second door north of »he U. riVTV X’FR’ FT RM nF K VU ER ,<• Rnn.
evening at the Odd Fellows Hall. Brothers
’ bave »he largest and most complete
in good standing are invi’ed to a»»cnd.
BEN SACHS. O. C.
A. Ronv. R. S.
DRUGS, MEDTCTNRS A CHEMICALS.
Trustees—Herman v. Helms, Ben Sachs,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Fver bran "fit to Southern Oregon. Also
‘be latest and finest styles of
Orffoni in Pofohontns Trih* No. 1. Im
C. W. S avacie , C. of R.
(Irm Division No. 1.
Son* ami Daughters of Temperance, meet*
on Ttiesdav evening of each week in the
Rod M*n’*‘ Hall. Brother* and sisters in
good standing are invited to attend.
C. ULRICH, W. P.
F. K asshaffr . R. S.
Hold* it* regular communications
on the Wednesilav evening* or nre-
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville. Ore
T. G. REAMES, M . M.
M ax M vtt . fr , Sec’y.
Rath lfb*kah DtfTN Ladir No. 4.1. 0. 0. F..
Holds its regular meetings on every other
Mon<lav evening at Chid Fellows Hall.
Members in good standing are invited to
N. FISHER, N. G.
J ane K vbt . i , R. S.
Jacksonville Tnrnvrrcin No. 1,
Holds its regular meetings at Turnverein
Hall every Monday evening. Regular Ex
ercising every Mondav and Thursday eve
CHAS. NICKELL, President.
E d . H orne , Secretary.
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
Holds its regular meetings at the District
School House everv Friday evening.
W. J. STANLEY, President.
R out . K ahi . fr . Sec’v.
CALIFORNIA STREET, J ackson ville.
mHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PI.EAS-
L urvi In announcing that he is now In
stalled in hi* new and elevant quarters,
•which are fitted un in the latest and most
wpnmved st vie. All branches of the busi-
nes* executed in first-cla*« manner.
I have al*o added bath-room*, complete
and convenient In their appointments, and
those desiring a good, clean bath of any de
scription <»« b® aoeoiMiuoUled.
A r entirely new discovers frr cleansing
the »calp and roetnriRg the hair to iu natu-
STCJo?. Price. >1.00 per bottle.
RAZORS CAREFULLY PUT IN ORDER.
a LL PHRSON« INDEBTED TO THE
A undersigned are requested to come for
ward and-etde. Those who have not the
readv caah can settle in lumber, m
wrahf I wish to lire and let live. So
» Cher. .«
J- C. RELT.
Jacksonville. Sept. L IS71.
S. B. Axtell, a renegade Democrat,
formerly Congressman from California,
supersedes George L. Woods as Gover
nor of Utah, who intends practicing
law in San Francisco.
A San Francisco firm is now making
barrels out of paper. It is said that
they are cheaper, lighter and better
than common stave barrels for flour
and many other things.
Dr. Glass, in the Penitentiary for
abortion, was last Tuesday a week ago
severely, if not fatally stabbed by a
fellow convict to whom he was admin
istering medical treatment.
Eagle City, in Union county, is the
most easterly town in Oregon. A-to-
ria, in Clatsop, the most northerly ;
Port Orford, in Coos, the most wester
ly, and Waldo, in Josephine, the most
U. S. District Judge Durell, of Louis
iana. who-e impeachment by Congress
was favorable, has tendered his resig
nation to the President, which has
been accepted. Governor Kellogg is
selling out his property in New Or
The fall elections give twenty-one
Governors of States chosen by the De
mocracy to fourteen elected by the
Republican*. This does not include
Booth, of California, and Taylor, of
Wisconsin, who are classed as Inde
I. T. Dav, of Turner, M irion county,
furnishes the Salem Record his expe
rience last season in fattening pigs on
I wheat, bv which means he made good
I pay for his stoc < hogs and realized $1
a bushel for his wheat, though work
ing at a disadvantage.
The climate of Cuba seems to be
very unhealthy for Spanish troops.
Caleb Cushing writes from Madrid
I that over 80,00ft soldiers have been
E ditor D emocratic T imes :
Railroad building is not likel.v to be
accelerated l»v fine writing, and i*, I
am led to hope, after perusing a couple
of communications upon the subject
published In the T imes , equally free
from any great flanger of being retard
ed by the same means.
The object of the author of the*e
communication* seems to have been
two-fi>ld : 1. To Jiellttle the impor
tance of the completion of the Oregon
and California Railroad. 2. To give
some tone and encouragement to the
Pengra scheme. Had he confined him- i
self merely to the dissemination of his
own views in the premises, without
essaying an attack upon the many re
spectable persons who happen to differ
with him in regard to his conclusions,
no fault, probably, would have been
found with him.
Alwiut ninety-nine citizens out of
every hundred in Southern Oregon,
west of the Cascades, regard the Pen
gra enterprise a* inimical to the inter
ests of this section. This vast majori
ty of our people, however, are repre
sented as entertaining ideas “born of
ignorance or jealousy,” and as being
“lamentably ignorant of the geogra
phy of the country, or wilfully per-
verse in feebly endeavoring to main-
tain a position inconsistent with the
facts of the case.”
Inordinate assumption is a thing
that a patient and long-suffering world
is frequently compelled to tolerate;
but when its privileges are extended
to open denunciation of people for dar
ing to entertain conscientious convic
tions upon a subject of this character,
it must expect to meet, sooner or later,
merited rebuke. All the wisdom of
one generation is not usually lodged
in a single individual, and persons
wishing to eniighter the public on
questions of general importance would
l>e much more likely to create a favor
able impression and stand a better
show of getting a respectful hearing,
if they would concede to others the
possibility of knowing something also.
ing further was heard of it. Shrewd
capitalists and sagacious business men
would hardly invest on the strength of
that notice alone.
Let ns look for something practical
and that is within our reach.
A nti - W i n n e m ucca ,
F ight it O ut L ike P a and M a
D id .—A story is tolti of a daughter of
a prominent pardon, now in the lecture
fl'dd, which is peculiarly interesting
and suggestive of unconscious wisdom.
A gentleman wa* Invited to th»» lec*
turer’s house to tea. Immediately on
being seated at the table the little girl
astonished the famil.v circle and the
guests by the abrupt question :
“Where is your wife ?” N >w, the
gentleman having b<»en recently sepa
rateti from the partner of hi* life, wk
taken so completely by surprise that
he stammered forth the truth ; “I
don’t know.” “D »n’t know,” replied
the infant terrible, “why don’t you
know?” Finding that the child per
sistisi in her interrogatories despite
the mild reproof of her parents, he
concluded to make a clean breast of
the matter, and have it over at once.
So he’said with a calmness whi h was
the result of in w ird expletive* ; “Well
we*don’t live together; we think as we
can’t agree, we had lietter not.” 11«
stifle<l a groan as the child »»egan again,
and darted an exasperated look at her
parents. But the littfe torment would
not tie quieted until she exclaimed ?
“Can’t agree ! Then, why don’t yo».
fight it out as pa ami ma do ?” “Ven*
gcam e is mine,” laughingly retorted
the visitor, after “pa” and “ma,” ex
changed looks of holy horror, followed
by the inevitable roar.
F rench R emedy for N euralgia .
—A remedy named “axua puncture,’’
has been introduced in France for the
treatment of neuralgia. It may be de-
scribed us force-pump, which ran tx»
carried about and placed on a table,
with a small flexible tube a>»out two
feet long, so- ons tructed as to deliver
a thread of water from its extremity
with such force as to pierce leather.
In operating on a patient affli-fed
with neuralgia, the piston is worked
a few times to expel the air from
the tube : the point is thrtn held alwnit
half an inch from the painful spot, the
pump is worked, and the thread of
water plays on the skin. Presently a
white ve-iele appears on the* spot where
the water strikes ; ami any number
of punctures may be made at the dis
cretion of the operator, and in propor
tion to the extent of the pain. At
flr-t the ve-i -les become red ; but af
ter a few hours tlie vesicle and the
redness disappear leaving only a small
’’la-k point, which is the crust formed
by the drying of a drop of bheal in the
puncture. The operation is d»‘scril»ed
as painful ; hut the relief It produces
is so great that patients always call for
a repetition whenever their neuralgia
The people of Jackson and Josephine
have no earthly interest in the con
Xnd •» <rro<»» virin1»’ of PI'PI-'I 'and
Having located permanently in Ashland,
struction of the Winnemucca road. It
inobvlove’1>p bov« no<1
tenders his professional services to the TOH VT vn-Tiri
is not needed by the Willamette Val
people ot the town and »he snrronndinv ..ho-tor,«’ qssnetnont of 00X1 XION and PER-
eonn*rv. Dr. M i« a graduate of the Med EI’M’-'O SJO XT’s; 5„ this n»«»rke*.
ley. It will not benefit any con-ider-
•r.Ä“ Preserii'*’»”»« rarofpi’v cmnnnnndod.
ical Departmen» of the Iowa Universi’v.
ROBT. KAHLER. Druggist.
with an afferenurse at Popp’s (’oliere. S».
able portion of Eastern Oregon. Then
Uopi*, and has been in active practice for
why encourage it to the detriment of
TABLE ROHR SALOON.
piT Office and residence on Main street.
roads that we do want and that the
people of the entire State are interc't-
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY. WINTJEN & HELMS. Proprietors.
ed in ? The Portland, Dalles and Salt
Lake Road will t>e suttirient for the
L iberality in F arming .—In thfa
transaction of the transcontinental traf
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES. , rruiF pnnpBTFTnnM of this wet l -
art, and alm<>*t in this art alone, “it i*
fic of the Willamette Valley, most as- j
I ’ known and pnnular resort wnu’d »n-
the liberal hand which rnik<*th rich.”
*orm »heir friends and »he nublic typneraUv
Liberality in g-H»d barns and warm
he s F holasttc year of this *ha» a comnle»p and fir*» cia** «tocl^nf »ho
sheher< ¡s the source of health, strength
school will commence about the middle «or»er. e»c.. i* constantly kept on hand.
of Aucust. and is divided in four sessions, Thov
and comfort to animals; causes them
w»11 be pleased to have their friends
of eleven weeks each. The following are the “»•all and
road, therefore, not only conflicts with , to thrive on less food, and secures from
the interests of the O. A C. R- R., but ! damage all sorts of crops.
Board and tuition, per term.............
Liberality also in the provision of
A Cabine» of Curiosities mav alsole found
Bed and B^ldinir.................................
Drawing and j»ainting........................
food for domestic animals is the source
Piano....................................................... . 15.00 r»osse«*ine curiosities and «necîmen* brine 187ft up to July. 1874, and that of this
Then Pengra’s scheme for a road, of flesh, muscle, and manure.
Entrance fee, only once,.......... v...... . 5.00 »hem in. and wo will placethem in the Cab-
Thus it ¡s ¡n agriculture, as in every
number only 46,00ft now survive, of (for that’s all it is, or probably ever I i
net for inspection.
! part of creation, a wise and paternal
SELHtT DA A’ SCHOOL.
WTNTJEN A HET MS.
whom a large percentage are invalided will be,) is objectionable on account of
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
Providence has inseparably connected
Primary, per term..................................... ? Ro°
'and unavailable in the field.
the manner in which the State,
duty and onr happiness.
The San Francisco Mint is making through its officials, is mixed up with
.................................... 10.00 EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS
In raising animals the condition of
Pupils are received at any time, and their
I money at a frightful rate. One day, its business machinerv and internal success is kindness ami fienevolencc
C alifornia S treet ,
terms will lx1 counted from the day of their
! wf»pk before la*t, the coiner turned out transactions. The bill that recently toward them.— Josiah Quincy.
entrance. For further particulars apply at
Proprietor. $860,000 in double eagle*, represent- I passed the Legislature saddled upon
A H uge S teer —A bovine quad
Ing the largest coinage ever accom the State a needless burden which it ruped, of the masculine gender and
V‘°NF but the rnnTCFST AND best plished in a single day by any Mint will lie difficult to shake off. even if -hart horn persuasion, was recently
* Wines. Brandies. Whiskies and Cigars
in the United States. In three suc the State should seek to get rid of the slaughtered at Detroit, Michigan, that
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTET! kept.
cessive days the Mint turned out $1,- incumbrance. Of the early completion was of monster proportions. He
DRINKS, 12» CENTS.
weighed 4,110 pounds alive; weight
600,000. which was al>o the largest coin- of the road there is hardly a shadow • »f dressed beef, 3,000 pounds ; hide,
I can furnish
nav. Families needing anything in my line I age ever made in the same period in of probability.
It is most likely to 130 pounds, and rough tallow, 8<)ft
can alwavs he supplied with the purest and
First-Class WATER PIPE best tn be found on the Coa«t. Give me a the United States.
subserve the single purpose of imped pounds.
rail, and von will be well satisfied.
Jimmy Roger* informs the Yamhill ing other enterprises, with the possi
Cheaper and More Durable
A ccording to a.current news item,
Reporter that recently a sort of ferial bility of giving Pengra’s real estate “a large caterpillar is destroying the
velocipede (if there is any such things east of the mountains an upward ten pine forest of Finland, *ix thousand
Wood, Iron, Lead, or any other Material. I Third Street, Jacksonville, Oregon, ' passed over his father’s farm, about dency for a brief period.
As the acres of woods having t»een ruined tn
i one mile south of McMinnville. ThQ. triple-starred contributor observes, “it the locality.” The Kansas grasshop
ANY SIZE FURNISHED
HENRY PAPE. Engineer.
pers ought to feel them*ehes bursting
’ thing was first discovered down about takes money to build railroads and
with envy when they hear of the
I the Yamhill river, coming in a north- business to induce men to invest mon prowess of this voracious fellow.
Send viur orders to
THROUGH TICKETS, 12J C ents . westerly direction on “the wings of ey.” I am truly glad he was able to
Or A i . fx . M artin , Agent. Jacksonville.
T he editor of a country ncw-paper
I the wind,” and roaring like several reach such an eminently correct opin
in New Y<»rk thua app^ols to the na
WINES. LIQUORS AND Ul- cataracts. It was funnel-shaped, and ion. When speaking of the Winne
SELLING OUT CHEAP! i pHOTCF
of his delinquent iwh-sTibers :
' ' gar* con*»an»lv on hand. The reading ! emptied its contents of water in a tor mucca road and the road down Rogue
table is also -unplied with Eastern periodi
“To all those who are in arrears one
cals and leading papers of the Coast. 29tf. rent, sweeping a path about fifty feet river, I thought he exhibited a reckless vear or more, who will come forward
To Close Business,
In width. On each side of Its path obliviousness of that very important and pay up, we will give them a first
H. L. WEBB.
A P. JONES. way not a drop of water fell, and It consideration.
class obituary notice gratis in case it
AT W. BILGER’S, JACKSONVILLE.
Where, pray, is the money to come kills them.”
kept on its way towards the hills until
NEW STATE SALOON. it was lost to sight. It did no particu from to build Pengra’s road—where is A HANDffOMF. In<ly entered R drv
HE UNDERSIGNED. DESIRING TO Corner of California and Third Street*. lar damage, although it created quite the business that will justify the in goods bowse and inquired for< “bow.”
do*»» nut bu*ine**. will well on» hi* en i
a consternation for a little while among vestment ? Similar Inquiries would The polite clerk tb*‘W him>elf hack,
tire *toek ot goods for COST and FREIGHT,
those who saw It coming and heard its apply la an attempt to build a road and remarked that he was at her ser
vice. “Yes, but I want a huff, not a
SETTLE UP.—ATI person* Indebted »re
threatening roar. The “oldest inhab down Rogue river. I believe notice of green 6ne,* was the replv. The
requested to settle up immediately. A word
to the wise is sufficient.
pNGLIRH ALE AND PORTER, txrrther itant” don’t remember of seeing such a bill in aid of the last enterprise was voting man went on raett-urin^ g<
j with the fine« bran da #f liquors and ci-
given in the la*t Legislator*, but noth-
Willow Sprinjrx, Aug. 2«. 1«74.
garv alwavs on hand.
proved order of Red Men. hold* it*
stated councils at the Red Men’«
Hall the thin! sun in everv seven *nn*. In
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
brother, in S.«l «Undinjr p
Wnn*n Lotlrr Na. 1Ü, A. F.