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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES,
Official Paper for Jackson & Josephine
Published Every Friday Morning, By
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, ï 1875
PRO PESSION AL CARI >S.
T. A. DAVIS.
F. K. ARNOLD.
TUE OUH.oy GAME LAW
[Written for the T imes .
OOINW TO THE GRAMiL
T. A. DAVIS I CO •»
That portion of the Oregon game
D epartment of the I nterior , )
law which relates to killing of deer,
Yes, 1 met; them to-day going to the
G eneral L and O ffice ,
physician and surgeon ,
W ashington , March 13th, 1875. )
W HOL E SALE DRUGGISTS, moose, elk or other animals of that Grange. At first, I thought it a coun
-cm<»vr<l to Jacksonville, and tenders
The requirements of this office as to
specie, is now in full force, and Nhn- try funeral and quietly paused by the
professional services to the public.
rods would do well to bear the fact in road-side for it to pass. As they drew proof of the character of lands claimed
71 Front Street,
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Office and resident** o<l Thin! street, oppo
as swamp are as follows :
site and east of the M. E. Church.
Circuit Judge..................................... P- F- Prim
miud.. The sections of the law which nearer, I hear their happy voices and
.............. II. Ki Hanna
When selections are made by the
Oregon. prohibits the destruction of any of the concluded it must be a wedding party.
Agents they are to be forwarded
to the U. S. Surveyor Genera! with the
County Judge,............................ E. B. Watson ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-L AW,
of the swampy character of
Cdunty Comnussionors...... ( M A.ITneMon
IlTE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
AND JUSTICE OF THE PFACE.
iV a complete stock of •
our sportsmen, we publish the game procession as the first spring wagon
Sheriff,....................................... J. W. Manning
This evidence must designate par
law as it was amended at the last ses I passes, the occupants of which are
the character of each quarter
sion of the Legislature :
deeply interested in some wonderful section or other smallest legal sub-di
Office one block north ot Court House,
School Nujierintendent,............H. C. Flemins?
S ection 1. That it shall be unlaw conversation, the purport of which I vision named, and not refer to tracts
RERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
ful for any person or persons hereafter could not ascertain.
as marked or indicated on some map,
H. K. HANNA,
•Official Paper................... .D emocratic T imes
Carefully stowed away beneath the list or other papers. Each tract must
to take, kill, injure or offer for sale,
josemitn e cvvnty .
any deer, moose, elk, antelope or well filled seats are sundry boxes, he fully identified, and its character at
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
mountain sheep during the months of pans and buckets, closely covered, j
County Judge,.......................... M. F. Baldwin
GI.ASFWAIiE, H7Ä/JOJU GLASS, February, March, April, May, June, while in their rear are sacks, and the date of the grant (March 12, 1860)
must be conclusively shown ; whether
County Commissioner*,...... J jnnicR Neelv.
July and August of each year, under crowning them are great fragrant I or not the land was at that date so
Sheriff,....................................... Dan. L. Green Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Pronipt attention given to all business left
a penalty of $20 for the first offense, bunches of hay. Since I have been swampy or overflowed as to preclude
Clerk........................................... Cha*. Hushes
Paints, Oils and
in mv care.
Treasurer...................................................... Win. Naueke
and double that sum for each succeed enlightened, I find that these are the cultivation, without reclamation by
Office in Court House—upstairs.
Assessor....................................................... John Howell
PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND, ing offense, to be recovered as herein Grangers and they carry their pro drains, levees, embankments or other
School Superintendent,.............. B. F. Sloan
vision and provender to furnish the artificial means, stating particularly
Surveyor,..,.............................. W. N. Sanders C. W. XAYTT.TTR.
F. R. WATSON.
Coroner.......................... ¿... ..... Geo. F. Brieg«
S ec . 2. That section 2 of the above table and “feed stable.” What an odd what proportion of each tract is of that
KAHLER & WATSON,
Official Paper.................... D emocratic T imes
procession. Some in rail wagons, character.
entitled Act shall read as follows :
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW
in lumber wagons, some in spring
S ec . 2. That it shall be i n'awful for
The cause of the stfanipy character
LUBRICATING OILS ETC. ETC.
others in dilapidated buggies or overflow must be shown, with a de
—Circuit Court, second
Monday in Februarv. June and November.
take, kill, injure or destroy, or offer with sundry bits of rope and strap do scription of the timber, plants, grasses,
4’oimty Court, first Monday u* 1 each month.
Will practice in the Supreme, District and
for sale any wild swan or mallard ing duty as harness, another with and shrubs growing on the tract, and
.Tmtn>h>ne Connh/.— Circuit Court, fourth
Sole Agents tor Oregon for the cele I duck, summer or wood duck, widgeon splendid rockaway and silver-mounted
other Court« of this State.
Monday in April and fourth Monday in Oc Office in the building formerly occupied by brated CARBOLIC SHEER LMR, which
of the streams, lakes, &c. fm or con
tober. Countv Court, first Monday in Jan
kills Ticks, Lice and all parasites on sheep, duck, sprig-tail, teal duck, spoon-bill harness, all traveling as pleasantly tiguous thereto, and the general char
O. Jacobs, opposite Court House.
uary, April. July and October.
and is a sun' cure for screw-worm, seaband or black duck, during the mouths of along as the most earnest advocate of | acter of surroundiug lands.
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
April, May, June and July of each “peace on earth and good will to-man” j The witnesses must state their
a . C allender , m , d . | a . c . mattiiias , m . d .
Justice of the Peace,................. J. IT. Stinson
year : Provided, That nothing in this could desire. Why “the General ’ on means of knowledge ; whether they
CALLENDER & MATTHIAS.
Constable..................... -.......... A. M. Asbury
or the preceding section shall be con the white mule or “the Colonel” with I are familiar with the mode of survey
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
P H Y S I (’ I A N S AND S U R GEONS.
strued so as to prevent persons from the $1200 trotters created no greater ing and marking the public lands; also,
( C. C. Beekpian, Pres’t,
• • | Sol. Sachs.
killing game trespassing on their lands. sensation in that procession than the whether they have examined the
('or. C’al. A Oregon Sts.,
S ec . 3. That section 3 of the above humble occupants of the rail wagon, marks made by the surveyors at the
H onrv .Tudire,
Act be amended to read as and the way those dignitaries would corners, and upon the lines of the land,
dismount to assist in adjusting tiie or, if they have not, explain by what
,.U. S. Ilavden Having formed a co-partnership for the prac
S ec . 3. That it shall be unlawful for dilapidated harness of their less for means they identify the tract or tracts
any person or persons to take, kill or tunate neighbors or to replace refractory atiout which they testify.
Sila« J. Dav jr-iooffice on California Street, opposite the
destroy any elk or deer at any time, bunches of hay that slid from their
Union 1 .iverv Stable.
They should also state the time ef
wagons, was pleasant to behold at least. the year when they examined the
Keeps constantly on hand afilli assortment for the sole purpose of obtaining the
My woman curiosity was excited land, not by the general description nf
Dr. J. C. BELT,
horns, hide or hams of the same, and
of furniture, consisting of
I sought at once to be enlightened. spring, summer, fall, or winter, but
the person or persons so offending shall
Jarkwmvilk todsr No. 10, 1.0.0. F.. P Il Y S I C I A N A N D S U R G E O N , BEDSTEADS,
be fined a sum not less than $20 for 1 was told that they meet semi-month give the month and as near as possible
Holds its regular meetinfr* everv
Jackson ville. Oregon.
ly in the hall of the “Patriarch Jacob” the time of the month, and, where the
Saturday evoninirst tho Odd Fel
BUREAI S, TABLES,
low’s Hall. Brothers in good standing are
S ec . 4. That section 4 to the above and have met regularly for the past land is rendered unfit for cultivation
invited to attend.
entitled Act be amended to read ps 18 months, and appear to grow more by overflow, show particularly in what
C. W. SAVAGE, N. G.
Having located in tho town of Jacksonville,
harmonious in their working each months, and for what length of time
S ot .. N atuts , H oc . Serf v .
for the pnrp*"* of practicing Surgery and
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
Jacob Tsh, I«a.ac Sachs, Kaspar KubH,
other branches of his profession, respect
S ec . 4. That it shall he unlawful for meeting ; are always accompanied by the same is overflowed in a majority
fully asks a portion of the public natron
any person or persons to take, kill or their wives and daughters, and always of years.
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
age. Office—Second door north of the U.
destroy, or to offer for sale any grouse, provide as liberally for their table and
In short, the evidence should be as
JnrkM>avillr .Mamin No. liS L 0. R. M..
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS, pheasant, sage hen or prairie* chicken, “feed stable,” which last is composed
full and complete as if required to es
Hohl* its regular meetings everv Thursday
during the months of April, May, June of trees standing adjacent to tho prem tablish the character of each tract^to
evening at thoOdd Fellows’ Hall. Brothers
ises, and is a growing monument to the satisfaction of a court or jury.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY.
and July of each year.
an good standing are invited to attend.
F. GROB, O. C.
Also Doors, Sash and Blinds always on
S ec . 5. That section 5 of said Act be the beauties of co-operation.
Some affidavits as to the character of
CONDUC TED BY
S tmon C aro . R. S.
hand and made to order. Planing done on so amended as to read as follows :
I am interested in these queer lands in a few townships have been
Trns’ee«—Herman V. Helms, E. Jacobs,
reasonable terms. 23rJ~ Undertaking a spe
S ec . 5. That it shall be unlawful for Grangers, and I shall be more polite in forwarded to this office by the Survey
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES. cialty.
any person or persons hereafter to future to that jolly Granger that goes or General, in which the lands, to
Orrionian Pnrahonta* Tribe No. I. Im-
take, kill, injure, destroy or offer for so regularly from town that we have which the parties making the affi
proveii order of Red Men. hold« it«
sale any quail or partridge during the all felt inclined to make fun of. These davits refer, are described as the
' stated conneils at the Red Men * rpiIE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
I school will eonnnon< e about the middle
months of April, May, June, July and same gawky, green Grangers will yet swamp lands in a certain township or
Hall the third sun iij everv seven suns, in
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all of August, and is divided ^in four sessions,
August of each year, and any person accomplish something, if they persist as marked on a certain map.
of eleven weeks each. The followingrtre the i
brothers in good standing.
violating any of the provisions of Sec in their regular and harmonious meet
These affidavits, as you will perceive
SOL. SACHS, S.
tions 2, 4 and 5 of this Act, shall be ings, and continue to receive accessions from the preceding requirements, are
Board and tuition, per term............. .$40.00
C. W. S avaoe , C. of R.
Bed and Bedding.................................
fined five dollars for the first, and to their ranks, as they have been do- fatally defective and cannot be received
D itsor Division No. 1,
double that sum for each succeeding ing lately.
by this office as testimony.
Piano....................................................... .. 15.00
lHE NEW FIRM OF KAHLER A Bn«»,
Yes, 1’11 be a Granger, if 1 can per-
Son* and Daughters of Temnerance. meets Entrance fee, only once,................... .. 5.00
offense, to be recovered in a manner
S. S. B urdett , Commissioner.
on Tnesdav evening of each week in the
suade some of those “awkward gal-
Rod Men’s Hall. Brothers and sisters in
SELECT DAA’ SCHOOL.
ever, that nothing in the foregoing hints” to present my petition. I don’t
■good aland inc are invited ’it attend.
“C ome to the C entre .”—The fol
DXN’L. CRONEMILLER, W. P.
Primary, per term...........................
Section shall be so construed as to pre want those country girls to catch that lowing challenge has been sent to Mr.
a.oo Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also vent any person from killing deer, town Granger, even if I have to be
J. R. W ade , R. S.
.......................... ..... lo.oo the
come one of these queer-looking per Coggan, which speaks in language too
latest and finest styles of
plain to lie misunderstood, and the
Wtirr?n Lodge No. 10, L F. & L M.. Pupils are received at any time and their
game for their own consumption ; sons to prevent it. But I must not let chances are that our citizens will have
Holds it s regular communications terms will be counted from the flay of their
Provided further, That it shall be un them know my motive for wishing to an opportunity of witnessing at the
on the Wednesdav evenings or pre entrance. For further particulars apply at
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville. Ore
And a great variety of PERFUMES and lawful for any person to take, kill or join them. I shall have to learn to dis next State Fair the most exciting race
T. G. RBAMES, W. M.
TO I LET A RTI<' LES, including the best and destroy any quails of that species course eloquently of the beauties of co
that ever took place in Oregon :
M ax M ull E r , Sec’y.
cheapest assortment of COM M< IN and PER
C eres .
known as the “Bob White” or Eastern operation. •
FUMED SOAPS ip this market.
“As Mr. Coggan, the owner of Osce
Mountain View, March 15th.
Prescriptions cm refill lv compounded. quail, at any season of the year for the
Huth Rrb’kah D^rff Lorfee No. L I. 0. 0. F.,
ola, challenged Foster to ruu either a
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
term of five years from the date of this
Hohls its regular meetings on every other
H ints . — One ounce alcohol; two three in five, or two-mile heats for
Monday evening at Odd Fellow* Hall.
Moml»ers in good standing are invited to CALIFORNIA STREET, Jacksonville TABLE ROCK SALOON,
drachms cayenne pepper; one ounce $5,000, I do now challenge any horse
K. KUBLI, N. G.
A B ill for B achelors . The an- kerosene oil; let it stand twenty-four in tho State of Oregon or Washington
R a »* hel F isher , R. S.
Territory to run two-mile heats, on the
nexed bill is before the Legislature of hours after mixing. It cures the second day of the coining State Fair,
iie undersigned takes pleas -
tiro in announcing that he is now in
mOiPEHDfNT LITERARY SOCIETY,
worst toothache ever known.
stalled in his new and elegant quarters, WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. Tennessee :
Kerosene oil is good for removing good day, good track, IGO pounds
Holds its regular mee’ings at the District which are fitted un in the latest and most
weight, American Jockey Club rules to
School Hou««e every Friday evening.
rust froth cutlery.
CHAS. NICKELL, President.
Genera! Assembly that bachelors are
Soft-soap should be kept in a dry govern, for $5,000 a side, $1,000 to be
ness executed in first-class manner.
rpiIE PROI’RTCTORS OF THIS WELL
’C has . J. H owa R p . Sec’y.
I have also added bath-rooms, complete 1 known and popular resort would in
place in a cellar, and should not be deposited with the Secretary of the
and convenient in their appointments, and form their friends and the public generally poses hereafter stated ; therefore ;
used for three months after it is made. Agricultural Society by September 1st,
those desiring a good, clean bath of any de that a complete and first-class stock of the
“S ection 1. Be it enacted by the
JOHN L. CARTER & SON, scription can be accommodated.
Lard should ho kept hard and white; the balance on the day of the race ; or
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand.
and that which is taken from a hog I will challenge Osceola to run two
races of $2,500 each, the first to be the
They will be pleased to have their friends nessee, That bachelorism is hereby over a year old is best.
“call and smile.’’
To select nutmegs prick them with best three in five, and the second, two
An entirelv new discovery for cleansing
mile heats. The first to take place ox
E ARE FULLY PREFARED TO DO the scalp and restoring the hair to its natu
A Cabinet of Curiosities maj’ also be found years of age, being of sound mind and a pin; if they are good, the oil will in the second day of the Fair, the second
all kinds of Painting, including
stantly spread around the puncture.
here. We would be pleased to have persons
curiosities and specimens bring enjoying good bodily health, remain
When a keg of molasses is bought, on the sixth day. If the challenge is
them in, and wo will place them in the Cab ing unmarried after the 1st day of draw off a few quarts, else the fermen accepted, the money on the second
inet for iiLsf>ection.
May, 1875, shall pay a tax of ten dol tation produced by moving it will raco must be put up before the day
O RN A M ENT A L PA INTING,
WINTJEN & HELMS.
set. Money talks, come to the centre.
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
burst the cask.
WA(»X AND CARIUAGE PAINTING. I
W illiam B igham .
C alifornia S treet ,
Knives and forks may he fastened in
ALL Styles of Graining Done.
revenue assessors to obtain, for pur their handles by the following : One
poses of taxation, a full descriptive list |K)und colophony (obtained of drug
Orders from the country promptly attend Webb & Jones,
T ransplanting P lants .—There is
THIRD STREET, JACKSONVILLE, OIL, I ot each bachelor, giving his age, com
mode that we ever tried so effect
gists,) eight ounces sulphur; melt, and I
-VTONKHl’T'THE CHOICEST AND BEST
when cool, powder with half a part ual iu transplanting tomato, cabbage
HENRY PAPE, Engineer,
TARN FOR SALE.
.11 Wino«, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
fine sand or brick dust, fill the handle cantaleup or any other tender plant
“S ec . 3. Be it further enacted, That cavity, heat the stem of the knife or from the hot-bed or from one place te
’Till E UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
another, as to prepare a vessel filled
THROUGH TICKETS, 12) C ents . money collected for taxes under the fork and insert.
I sale his farm situated on Antelope creek,
12 mile* east of Jacksonville, containing 4«0
with manure-water and rich soil, about
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
acres of land, 400 acres being good farming pay. Families needing anything in my line
clared a part of the common school
A clerical gentleman, remarkable c the consistency of thin . mush, with
land and under fence. It is a good grain can always be supplied with the purest and pITOTCE WINES, LTQUORS AND CI- fund of the county where collected.”
for preaching many Sabbaths from one which the roots of the plant should be
’farm and sheep ranch, wull WftLexed and best to be found on the Coast. Give me a V gars constantly on hand. The reading
good house* and barns upon it.
well coated, and set in a hole made
call, and you will be well satisfied.
table is also Supplied with Eastern periodi
n iron bolt, hall an inch thick and I text, had nearly run through the year
TERMS OF SALE—$11 per acre, one-half
cals and leading papers of the Coast. 29tf.
down, the balance to .suit purchaser.
one and one half inches long, with a I from these words : “Peter’s wife’s with a round piece of wood or dibble.
J. W. SIMPSON.
nut of, the same metal attached, was mother lay sick of a fever.” The After being rather firmly planted
N. B.—This land will be sold in smaller
church bell tolled early one morning, moisten again with manure-water.
■parcels, if desired.
i found the other day, imbedded in a when the minister dispatched a ser We have never failed in any trans
piece of solid rock at Wyandotte,
Kan., and the question is how it ever vant to inquire who was dead. The planting when done in this way, and
BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE.
sexton pretended ignorance, but re the trouble is very slight.— Gerntan-
turned for an answer, “that he be town Telegraph.
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I lieved it was Peter’s wife’s mother, as
T heme aretflve John Smitlis in the
he undersigned would iiere - miiE proprietor , jos . wetterer ,
by inform the nubile that he has ONE A has now ou haml aud is constantly man Arkansas Legislature, and they all she had been sick for a long time.”
“M y God, man, he will not live to
THOUSAND BUSHELS of sujierior Jackson ufacturing the best laiger Beer iu Southern know enough
the half of it!” was the exilamu-
Creek Llitie for Sale cheap. Persona wish Oregon, which be will. saJJ in qj*»utitics to
a Boston Irishman the other
Vfh. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IK- ing Brick-laving or Plastering done in the suit purohasars. Call and test tbe article.
he heard that Friel, who
J t L forma the citizens of Jacksonville ahd
♦utrrounding country fhat he is now manu well to catl nn me. F** further Information
A YOUNG mtm has sued his barber that ho had seven kegs filled with killed a fellow in the station haute,
facturing. Hnfl will constantly keep on hand inquire at the Franco-Ameriiwn Hotel.
TO QOA Per
at home ». Tarín* for cutting off his moustache. The gold in his cellar, and every girl was had lieen sentenced to imprisonment
G. W. HOLT. I yV
•ihe'vnrv'beat of lager ‘Beer. Those wishing
•• - - ------
Address G. STINSON
married iu five months.
Jack* mville. Feb. 11. 1875.
& cool j^lass of l?ceT should pris e me a call.
I A Co., Portland. Maine,
$• ¡ barber says he didn’t see it,
STATE OF OREIIÖN.
Dr. L. DANFORTH.
L. F. Grover
Secretary of State..'................ B. F. Chadv ick
State Treasurer,................................ H* Brown
State Printer................................ M. V . Brown
Sup’l of Public Instruction...L. L. Rowland
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