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uem ral notes and nems ,
The floral tributes to the parties private capital, Justice to all sections of
concerned in the Beecher trial ar© Qur common country require th», aid
Hon. J. W. Nesmith has favored us
numerous. Mr. Beecher has a bouquet pf the national government to forward
slight chances of recovery.
most of the time. Mrs. Beecher and ifefe work under proper restrictions and Odd Felfowi' Building Jacksonville, Ortgei(
Official Paper for Jackson * Josephine fonntie». with a copy of the bill prepared by the.
Navigation has been resumed on the Mrs. Tilton have one apiece, and not
House Committee on Military Affairs,
safeguards, insuring the government
MARCH 5, 1875 of which he Is a member, for reim Willamette and Columbia rivers.
to be outdone in this thing, Mr. Tilton against loss and the people against, im
DEALER A WORKER IN
Tho amount of the Spanish indem has one also. If some one would only positions and discriminations.
bursing Oregon and California on ac
I.OttMIAXÀ COMMITTEE REPORT
count of Modoc War expenses, as per nity in the Virginius affair is $80,000. set a pot of flowers on Judge Neilson’s
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, «U.
report of Gen. Hardie, to-wit :
Troubles with Pennsylvania coal desk, and put a nosegay in the button--;
The Committee appointed by Con A BILL to enable the Secretary of War
miners are aggravated—they burn hole of each juryman’s coat, the effect
Some of our exchanges are trying to
gress to Investigate the Louisiana dif- I to pay the expenses incurred by tho I
figure up the annual revenues of the
Acuity, has submitted a majority and | State of Oregon and the citizens of
A Grange store is shortly to be esque.
Society of Patrons of Husbandry. A
California in suppressing Indian hos
a minority report. The minority, con
correspondent of the Chicago Times AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
sisting of Hoar, Wheeler and Frve, in
California in tho years eighteen hun be an extensive affair.
us terrible accounts of the extreme makes the following estimate: “In
their report, charge that tho White
dred and sel’enty-two and eighteen
The coal and lumber trade of the cold weather in the older States during itiation fees alone paid up to July last
Man’s party in Louisiana h^a had the
hundred and seventy-three.
January. Many eases of freezing to amounted to $0,000,000. T|ie month
purpose to take possession by fraud
7>e it enacted by (he Senate and
death are reported on the Kansas ly dues yield $2,400,000 per annum. A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOT1S,
and violence of the State government; House of Representatives of the United stantly on the increase.
that to carry out that purpose they States of America in Congress as- j Willard A. Holbrook, of Portland, prairies. A man, wife and two small The six-cent quarterly dues to the
have not refrained from murder, fraud, .lemWerf, That it shall be the duty ofi who has held positions in various Leg children while driving in a wagon, State Granges amount to $480,000 per
the proper accounting-officers of the j
near Hutchinson, Kansas, were frozen annum ; in addition to which, large
civil war or coercion of employees ; Treasury to examine and determine islatures, died there last week.
there have been three causes for tho the amounts justly duo to the State of
Messrs. Abrahams and W. R. Willis to death, The horses carried the sums are derived from charters and
formation of this party ; first, that the ; Oregon and tho citizens of California have a number of hands employed on corpses to a house on t he road, Hunt- dispensations. What precise sum the POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
ers and cattle men have had their National Grange has now on hand we
Administration party is made up of, upon claims for expenses incurred in the south end of the Canyon road.
limbs so badly frozen as to require are unable to state, but it must, we
negroes and carpet-baggers ; second,
Fuse and Caps,
Gov. Grover and Secretary Chad amputation.
should think, be a large amount.”
that there has been no just adminis- i years eighteen hundred and seventy-
wick have the Modoc war bonds and
tration of government by these negroes two and eighteen hundred and seventy-
A procession of negroes, represent-
Wooden and Willow Ware,
coupons to sign with 10,000 signatures.
and carpet-baggers, and, third, that three, which have been examined and
ing every State in the Union, have
A wall fell on a church roof in New petitioned Congress to nominate and
the white people honestly believe that reported upon by Inspector-General
they have been twice defrauded out of James A. Hardie, but in no case shall York, breaking it and killing six appoint, by legislative enactment, the
the sum allowed thereon be in excess
the results of elections in which they of the amount reported by said Gener worshippers and wounding twenty- 12th day of February as a “legal holi
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS
day,” because it is the birth-day of
were successful. The minority be al Hardie ; and in such investigation,
Abraham Lincoln. They ask that this FIVE BRAN NEW FLORENCE
lieves that Kellogg was elected in 1872, the testimony taken by General Hardie i
be done so that “a universal people
and there was fraud and violence in relation thereto shall be received in
may rejoice together in this great gift
which prevented an expression of the
regarded as conclusive unless said offi solemn March for them.
of God to man.” It will be heart
will of the people in 1874. The Com cers are satisfied therewith ; and the
Shot, Brashes, Chains ani Hose,
Hon. George A. La Dow, of Umatil-, rendering news to tho negroes to know
mittee believes that there has been sums found due to the State of Oregon
Sewing Machines !
much dishonesty and corruption for shall bo paid to tho State upon the I la county, has been suffering from n that even an abolition* Congress re
which the Republicans are to blame. presentation of evidence to the ac severe attack of rheumatism. At last garded this request as evincing a little
too much emancipation for serious con
It concludes that Kellogg is the choice counting-officers of the Treasury thftt accounts he was convalescing.
the State of Oregon, by act of its leg
I have aocurod the services of a Flrst-elase
of the people and that he should be islature, has assumed the payment of
Richard B. Irwin, of Pacific Mail i
recognized and sustained.
The Wool Market.
45 PER CENT. CHEAPER!! Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
the claims to the original holders, fame, has fled Washington to avoid
ing promptly and In superior style.
On the other hand, the majority, thereof, or to their assigns ; and the i criminal process charging embezzle
consisting of Foster, Phelps, Potter sum found due io citizens of California ment of the company’s funds.
20th of February report the movement
and Marshall, submit the following shall be paid to the persons entitled
THAN EVER AT
thereto by a disbursingofficer, under • A training track has been laid off on in the wool market quite moderate.
the direction of the Secretary of War. ■ the land of Congressman Nesmith in As to values, Fall California continues
N CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
In our judgment all that is needed in
S ec . 2. That for the payment of said
T am receiving and have constantly on
Louisiana is to withdraw the federal troops claims, the sum of seventy-six thou- ( Polk county. The track is one mile in an unsatisfactory state, and holders
a full and first-class stock of
and leave the people of that State to govern sand seven hundred and fifty-eight long, the ground a dead level.
are continually shading their views to
themselves.” Before making this recom dollars and forty-one cents, or so much i
lion. William A. Wallace, one ofi effect sales. Supplies of Spring are
mendation the committee sav : “To avoid thereof as may be necessary, bo, and
Pennsylvania’s foremost lawyers and '
the mischief and confusion of change, the
DRY GO ODS, Gnm Boots, TOBACCO,
is hereby, appropriated, out of any |
The transactions include 601 bales and
majority of the citizens of Louisiana seem
willing to accept as a compromise Kellogsr’n money in tho Treasury not otherwise U. S. Senator from that State.
169,500 pounds California at 26c. to
recognition and the restoration to the con appropriated.
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Eté., Etc.
There is a little girl in Yamhill 35c. for Spring, 15c. to 23c. for burry i
servatives of the control of the lower house.”
Ack no.* le.lgrnent.
For these reasons Foster and Phelps <lo
1 county who is perfectly formed ex
not wish to oppose the recommendation that
Hon. S. F. Chadwick, Secretary of cepting her knees, which are reversed, At Boston the market has been active
Everything wold at reasonable rates.
tho administration of Gov. Kellogg be re State, has received the following letter
and the aggregate sales large, chiefly This space is reserved for REN SACHS,
cognized in view of the fact that they know
Give me a call.
who is selling a complete and ele
from General Jeff. C. Davis, acknowl she cannot walk.
to supply the wants of manufacturers.
nothing of merit« as judged by competent
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
gant assortn»ent of general
California has sold to an extent of 404,-
merchandise at the
evidence ; nor do they wish to lie understood edging the receipt of the joint resolu
as urging it. They only wish to rerord tions passed at the last session of our
700 pounds, at 25c. to 37c. for Spring,
NEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
their agreement with those of their asso State Legislature, which were en
20c. to 27c. for Fall, and 70c. for
ciates who believe such a compromise
might, by making a termination of the un grossed and sent to him some time the coming season’s crop, paying $1.30 scoured. On the question of the best
certainty in Louisiana, be on the whole less
per bushel at Roseburg.
O maha B arracks , Neb., )
intolerable than the present situation of that
to the Tribune r« I
New Prices at Ashland, Or
Feb. 7th, 1875. j
distressed people ; but to any resolution re
S. J. R. McMillan, a moderate Re to say that :
cognizing Kellogg, Potter and Marshall are
Hon. S. F. Chadwick, Secretary of publican and Chief Justice of that
Worsted wools are more valuable
utterly opposed. They find nothing to State. Dear Sir : Through some over
than clothing wools. It is not
justify the l>elief that Kellogg was elected, sight I have neglected to acknowledge State, has been elected U. S. Senator
J. M. McCALL <fc CO.
that he seized the Government by aid of the receipt of your very courteous let from Minnesota to succeed Ramsey, good fanning to spend- time on the less
G. W. FREY.
valuable production. Cheap clothing M. CATON.
Federal troops through a void and fraudu ter enclosing the joint resolutions of after a protracted struggle.
ave received and are still
receiving the largest and boat aeloeted
lent order which prevented the counting the Oregon Legislature. The compli
CATON & FREY,
Articles of incorporation have been 1 u«e, and manufacturers will make that
stock of mods ever before offered to the
and returning of tlie votes, should be a mentary manner in which these reso
public. The stock consists of
kind of goods for which there is most
standing presumption against him. When
lutions refer tn my serv’e.-« in the filed in the Secretary of State’s office,1 demand. Grant was right about the ! New Boot and Shoe Store.
the people, outraged by the abuses of his
Modoc war is fully appreci;
The of the McMinnville (Yamhill county,) wool question, as the dealers tell me ;
FANCY & STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
CALIFORNIA ST., JACKSONVILLE.
Government, had snrcessfnlly regained the
AJden .Fruit Preserving Company. they find but little of the wool that
office he had usurped, lie was again reseated i
Oregon through their Legislature is Capital stock, $5,000, in shares-of $100 i used to come from Washington county, j
by Federal power through the forms of the
aving permanently located Gentlemen’s and Boys’ Clothing,
Pennsylvania. Nearly all the clothing '
laws by which he bad entrenched himself. hereby gratefully acknowledged. The each.
in Jacksonville, respectfully inform
He once more sought to nullify the choice oi
wool of buet^grad? comes from •the'*
public that they are prepared to do all
BOOTS AND SHOES,
the people at the late olection, and to that regard has done much in mitigating
South Sea and South America, and I kinds of work in the boot and shoo-Inaking
end called in Federal troops to breakup the
hope the time will soon arrive when line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
CATON A FREY.
meeting of the legislature. For Congress leave of a command I had become so and sell with all the regularity of the there will not be grown a pound of,
IRON and STEEL,
to recognize a usurpation so gross, so op pleasantly identified with, and of a genuine business. They have a good extra clothing wool in this country.
FARM FOR SALE.
pressive, is, they think, to establish a pre
It has always been the wool of the
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY,
cedent by which, under pretexts that can intimately and pleasantly associated,
aristocracy, and as a general thing it,
he undersigned offers for
readily be found, any State Government and from whom I had, both in my pri
has not been useful for the million;
sale his farm situated on Antelope creek.
may be overthrown, the will.of the people vate and official capacity, received so
San Francisco has a woman who • jt ¡s nof cheap wool to raise nor useful 12 miles east of Jacksonville, containing 480
nullified, fraud and violence perpetrated, many evidences of confidence and con lifts several hundred pounds with her) to the poor man when raided. Of the acres of land, 400 acres being good farming Horae Shoes. Nails, Etc., etc*
and republican forms perverted to destroy sideration. With best wishes for the
land and under fence. It is a good grain
prosperity of the State and the happi teeth. L She is a comfortable sort of capacity of onr country to produce) farm and sheep ranch, well watered and
woman for some fellow to marry. ' wo°’
^eep there can be no doubt good houses and barns npj>n jt. ,
Prices to Suit the Times !
ness of its people, I have the honor to mi
TERMS GF s ALE—fl 1 per acre, one-half
An Able Paper Collapsed.
be your obedient servant,
1 her manufacturing prosperity’ m h©r down, the balance to suit J. purchaser.
J eff . C. D avis ,
do without fatigue I
| combing wools, and so must this coun-
The Sacramento Union, for a quarter
N. B.—This land will be sold in smaller
Brv’t. Maj. Gen’l. U. S. Army.
parcels, if desired.
Mart. Taylor is practicing law and try till we get cheaper lal>or.
of a century the leading and ablest
Three Thousand RnHhel* of Wheat. In ex-
chnnee for good«. Highest prices paid, and
newspaper on the Coast, has succumbed
Goods sold at Cash rate«.
Please give urn a rail and convince your-
to the powers that be, and been merged
Our readers will doubtless yet re Coaledo, Coos county. If that com-1
esires an agreeable occupa * selves.
McCALL 4 CO.
with its opponent, the Record, into a member the killing of Major Harry munity can get along well without the j This body, lately in session at Charles- ;
tion, requiring only intellieence, activ
perseverance,and which pays liber
new paper called the Record-Union. Larky ns by E. J. Muybridge, (who re early use and application of tar and ; too, S. Q.^ has, deciared that no pro6 ‘ ally ity in and CASH
COMMISSIONS or BEACTIFUI.
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From several numbers received, al ceived considerable reputation for his feathers we shall be much disappointed. I vision has been made whereby the outs , should not (ail to send to Sherman A
Hyde, of San Francisco, for circular and
though it gives promise of being a photographs of the recent Modoc War,)
Judge McKean, of the Utah United Patrons of Husbandry can be repre terms to agents lor ^HERMAN A HYDE’S
REVIEW, a tirst-class monthly
CANTY & r WAGNER,
good newspaper, the absence of the in Napa county, California, not long States District Court, awards Ann 1 sented as ah association at tlw Centen MUSICAL
journal of 30 pages, quarto form. Canvass
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forcible and able editorials which char since, for the seduction of his wife. Eliza Young, in her suit against nial Exposition, and that the commis ing for it requires no capital, and is profita
Wholesale and Retail Confectioners,
Send for circulars. Trv it and see.
acterized tho Union, is readily per He was tried at Napa City dnring the Brigham Young for divorce, alimony sioners have provided no adequate/ ble.
SHERMAN' A HYDE,
San Francisco, Cal.
ceptible. Thus has passed away the early pert of last month, upon an in td the amount of $3,000 for law ex- plan thTdugh which the agricultural
107 Montgomery St., S. F.
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paper that has made Senators, Gover dictment for murder in the first degree penses and $500 per month for sup- interests of -the country can be sys
tematically and fully represented.
nors and Congressmen for California. for said killing, which resulted in a port.
Arid post-paid—“The Beverly Budget”—
ttention is called to our im -
Its demise may be laid at the door of verdict of “Not guilty.” The insanity
Frank Wheaton They therefore recommend that fur $75 per week CASH to all. at home or trav
inense ««sortrnen* of Candle«. Tov« and
ther consultation be sought with the eling. Sometihinr-entirely a»yr> Address i
tho relentless Central Pacific Railroad dodge was tried, but the jury put their
other cood« suitable for the COMIXG’ROL
has been promoted to the rank of full
Warranted to keep in all climates.
Company, who found in the Union an verdict on the ground that Larkyns Colonel in the United States army. directors of-the Exposition to ascertain at once THE frEVEREY*Co.1 Chicago.
I’rioos low and terms liberal. Orders for
adversary worthy of its steel. But so had seduced Muybridge’s wife, and This promotion is in recognition of whether a modification of tjieir „PUns
the interior promptly and carefully attend-
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firm is its hold on the people of Cali that justified the latter in killing him. gallant services in the field. Colonel
Tho Great Silver Plater, Cleaner and Pol ea to-
isher. Indispensable to every family. A
fornia and Sacramento, that it almost They said, after it was all over, that Wheaton is now command at Fort. recognition of American agriculture, fortune
for agents. Sells at sight. Sample
The committee suggest that there be a Free. Send for it. Address at once, KEN-
peremptorily ordered them to with they would have done the same thing,
full exh!Mtionfc of plants,' products, DADL ¡r<o., Chicago, IBs.
draw their patronage from the ‘Union. had they been in Muybridge’s place, I Walla Walla.
aving disposed or our stock
The Alden Fruit Drying Company, stock, wo." silk and agricultural publi
The Railroad threatened to remove its and that they could not and would not
of Merchandise at Jacksonville to
lager , L ager •
Reames Brothers, we call upon those in
offices, shops, etc., from Sacramento, punish him for only doing as they of Salem, have just shipped about 5 cations, ■ and say in conclusion : “We
debted to us to come forward and settle at
unless the citizens dropped its oppo would have done under the same cir tons of dried fruit, which is all packed deem it part of our mission as Patrons
an early day. From those chriBg us we will
take cattle, at a reasonable rate.
of Husbandry to, produce among our
nent, which they reluctantly did. The cumstances. Muybridge’s wife is now
Office at the old stand.
WHITE A MARTIN.
people of that State have lost its ablest in the Willamette Valley, where she thirds of this is applies and the re people proper interest in the celebra
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champion, and the time may not be
he proprietor , jos . wetterer
has now on hand and is constantly man
The committee to whom was re
far distant when they will sincerely
ufacturing the best Ijiger Beer in Southern
Pursuant to announcement, the
purchasers. Call and test the article.
admission of Colorado as a State, with State Grange and other bodies in dif suit 29tf.
he undersigned is prepared
Civil Bights Bill.
| drawing of the Gift Concert of the
to make preliminary survey of Mining
a Civil Rights Constitution, was passed fer ent section» of "the ’United. StAte$,
Claims fh conformity to the new law of
Public Library of Kentucky took place
All Kinds of Job Printing
Congress. All lode claims held under said
The U. S. Senate passed the civil on Feb. 27th. The managers an- —ayes, 43 ; noes, 13. Also the House asking the National Grange to extend
law are required to be surveyed and the
rights bill and the President has ap- ; nounced that only 38 per cent, of the bill for the admission of New Mexico, its aid to the Texas Pacific railway, .-•f A »' >
• JAMES «. HOWARD, Surveyor,
proved it This infamous measure has tickets having been sold, the prizes same terms—ayes, 31; noes, 11. Also submitted* a report expressing* great NEATLY
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at Jacksonville, Oregon.,
therefore become a law. Time will were scaled accordingly. D. W. bill granting right of way for Willam I interest in the speedy completion of
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Per Day at home. Terms
make matters even with the Republi I Champlin, of Chicago, drew the sec- ette Valley and Coal Narrow Gauge l this road, and as jt is an enterprise too
free. Address G. STINSON
great to depend alone for success upon i
• ond prize of $38,0OQ.
. Railroad Company.
cans on this score.
The Times Office.
1 dr Co,. Portland. Maine.
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