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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES
Offlcial Paper for Jackson A Josephlns
Published Every Friday Morning, By
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EDITOR AMD PROPRltTOR.
OFFICE—On Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1875.
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STATE OF OREGON.
Dr. L. DANFORTH,
F. K. ARNOLD. ' BOARD
D avis .
T. A. DAVIS & CO.,
S alem , April 20, 1875.
of centennial commission
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ers for the State of Oregon met this
to Jacksonville, and tenders I
afternoon at the office of Gov. Grover,
Snp't of Public Instruction V-
his professional services to the public.
according to adjournment on January
-viiwr JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Office and residence on Third street, oppo
71 Front Street,
6th. There were present Gov. Grover,
Circuit Judge........................................ F. P. Prim
site and east of the M. E. Church.
District Attorney,......................... H. K. Hanna I
; Hon. A. J. Dufur, centen
J. H. STINSON.
nial commissioner from Oregon ; lions.
...E. B. Watson
M. Wilkins, G. P. Burkhardt and Rev.
(J John O’Brien, ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
County Commissioners....... j M. A. H nest on
Dr. E. R. Gearyr and S. A. Clarke,
E KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
AND JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
a complete stock of
,E. D. Fondrai
The board was called to order by the
W. A. Childers
On motion of Mr. Dufur, it was de
.H. C. Fleming Office one block north of Court House,
...J. S. Howard
that the board shall apply for
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
..... H. T. Tnlow
1,600 feet of space at the centennial
D emocratic T imes
H. K. HANNA,
for the exhibition of Ore
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Countv Judge,............................ M. F. Baldwin
There were added to the various
GLASSWARE, WINDOW GLASS, committees, as follows : Historical
•(Vnintv Commissioners........ j Jnnies Neely.
Will practice in all tho Courts of tho State.
Sheriff,........................................... Dan. L. Green
committee, Rev. Dr. Atkinson, Port
Clerk............................................... Chas. Hughes i Prompt attention given to all business left
land ; educational committee, Dr. L.
Paints, Oils and
in my care.
Treasurer.......................................... Win. Nauckc !
Ij. Rowland,^Salens, Rev. T. L. Eleiot,
Assessor............................. ;........... „John Howell Otlice in Court TTonsc—upstairs.
School Su;>enntendent,.............. B. F. Sloan I
PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND, Portland ; cereal committee, etc., Dr.
Snrvevor,...................................... W. N. Sandors C. W. KAIILKR.
E. R. WATSON.
F. S. Matteson, Coos county, D. B.
•Coroner.......................................... Geo. E. Briggs
Cartwright, Lane county ; botanical
KAHLER A WATSON.
’Official Paper,.................... D emocratic T imes
committee, J. R. Sanburn, Oregon City,
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW,
Prof. T. II. Crawford, Salem.
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
Jarksivn Cnunft/.— Circuit Court, second
After consideration by the board the
Monday in Febrnarv, June and November.
preamble and resolutions
County Court, first Monday in each month.
on motion of Dr. Geary:
.7osenA»ne CnunO/.— Circuit Court, fourth
other Courts of this State.
Solo Agents for Oregon for the cele
Monday in Anril and fourth Momlav in Oc
W hereas , It is deemed of vital
brated CARBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which
tober. Conn*v Court, first Monday in Jan Office in Court House—upstairs.
to the best interests of our
kills Ticks, Lice and all parasites on sheep,
uary, April, Julv and October.
should be represent
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
ed at the Centennial Exhibition of
Justice of the Peace...................... J. H. Stinson ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
1875, in the choicest productions of her
Constable.......................................A. M. Asbury
TOWN OF. JACKSONVILLE.
soil, and mines, and industries ; and,
f C. C. Beeknian. Pres’t,
W hereas , N o provisions have as
| Sol. Sachs,
Will practice in all lhe Court« of the State.
been made for defraying the ex
•J John Miller,
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
Prompt attention given to all business en
penses of freight and sending forward
| Henrv Judge,
trusted to mv care.
| K. Kubli.
material for such exhibition, therefore,
Office in the building formerly occupied by
Kahler A Watson, opposite Court House. J acksonville,
....U. S. Havden
Resolved, That a committee of three
be appointed in each of the several
,.J. P. McDaniel J. A. CALI.ENPER, M. I». | A. C. MATTHIAS, M. P.
a r sh a 1 ,•••••••••,.■•• • •••<
of this State, to be known as
CALLENDER A MATTHIAS.
the Oregon Centennial Finance Com
PHYSICIANS AND SUROEOhS, Keeps constantly on hand a tuli assortment mittee, whose duty it shall be to solicit
of furniture, consisting of
subscriptions or otherwise procure
means to defray the expense of send
Jirkwnvillr Loder No. 10. 1.0.0. F..
Holds it« regular meetings everv
ing forward such productions, materials
Saturday eveningatthe Odd Fel
articles of merit as may be deemed
low’s Hall. Brothers in good standing are Ha vine formed a co-partnership for the prac
of being placed on exhibition
invited to attend.
tice of our profession, we offor our ser
C. W. SAVAGE, N. G.
at the World’s Exposition in Philadel
vices to the public.
r-FOffiesnn California Street, opposite the i
S ol . S achs , Ree. Sec’y.
phia in 1876 ; and,
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
Union IJ very Stable.
Jacjob Ish, Isaac Sachs, Kaspar Kubli,
W hereas , In order to promote this
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CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
great event, anti to secure certain suc-r
Dr. J. C. BELT,
cess in this enterprise of such vital im
Jnrkxonvillr Stamm No. 11^, V. 0. R. M..
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
portance to our State, it will be neces
Hold« ita regular meeting* every Thursday j
evening at the Odd Fellows’ Hall. Brothers |
to secure a general co-operation of
in good standing are invited to attend.
in securing funds to de
F. GROB, O. C.
Also Doors. Sash and Blinds always on fray all legitimate expense; therefore,
S tmojt C apo . R. S.
hand and made to order. Planin" done on
Trustees—Herman v. Helms, E. Jacobs, Having located in the town of Jacksonville, reasonable terms. ^9“ Undertaking a spe
Resolved, That we earnestly request
tor the purpose of practicing Surgery and cials.
periodicals in particular, and the
other branches of his profession, respect
I people of our State in general, to give
Orrioninn Porahontas Tribe No. 1. Im fully asks a portion of the public patron
this subject their earnest attention and
age. Office—Second door north of the U.
proved order of Red Men, holds its
in procuring means and material
stated councils at the Red Men’s
Hall the third sun In everv seven suns, in
for such an exhibition of the resources
CITY DRUG STORE,
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
our State at this great national fair
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY.
brothers in good standing.
will place Oregon in her true posi
SOL. SACHS, S.
C. W. S avage , C. of R.
tion as to her productive capacity.
The members of the board devoted
Oregon Division No. 1,
HE NEW FIRM OF KAHLER <t B ro . some time to making a schedule of
■Son* and Daughters of Temperance, meet«
have the largest and most complete various articles to be placed on exhibi
•on Tuesday evening of .each week in the
tion, the same to be revised and pub
Rei! Men’s Hall. Brothers and sisters in
he scholastic ; year of this
good standing are invited tn attend.
lished after the return of Mr. Dufur
school will commsnee about the middle DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS,
DAN’L.CRONEMILLER, W. P.
from attending the meeting of the Na
of August, and is divided in four sessions,
J. R. W ade , R. S.
of eleven weeks each. The following are the
Ever brought to Southern Oregon, Also tional Centennial Commission at Phil
the latest and finest styles of
adelphia next month.
A . Warren Lotta No. 10, A. F. fc A. IL Board, and tuition, per term.....................I I40.00
Minutes of last meeting were read
JT Holds Its regular communications Red and Bedding........................................... 4.00
/X\ on the Wednesday evenings or pre Drawing and painting.......... ...................... . 8.00
ceding the tùli moon, in Jacksonville, Ore Piano................................................................... . 15.00
And a great variety of PERFUMES and
On motion of Dr. Geary, it was re
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
Entrance fee, only once I»««*«*••••««•«• . 6.00 TOILET ARTICLES, including the best and solved that when the board adjourn it
M ax MvtxEH, Sec’y.
cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER
be to meet at the same place on
select day school .
FUMED SOAPS in this market.
Prescriptions carefully compounded. Wednesday, the first day of July next,
lath Rtbekih Degree Lodge No. 4,1. 0. 0. F., Primary, per term,........... .........
.....! $ fi.00
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
Holds its regular meetings on every “ther Junior,
at 2 P. M.
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Monday evening at Odd Fellows Han. Senior,
The minutes of the present meeting
Members tn good standing are ityvited to
Pupils are received at any time, and their TABLE ROCK SALOON, of the board were read ar d approved.
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K. KUBLI, N. G.
terms will l»e counted from the day of thfeir
On motion of Mr. Wilk ms the board
' OREGON STREET,
R achkl F iwtkr , R. S.
entrance. For further particulars apply at
Secretary of State,.................... .8. F. Chadwick
State Treasurer,............................ A. H. Brown
• INDmNOtlCT UHRAItV socirH,
Holds ttn regular meetings at the District
■fiohool House everv Friday evening.
CH AS.*NICK ELL, President.
C has . J. H oward , Sec’y.
CARTER de SON.
TTTE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
VY all kind’1’ of Painting, including
• WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
of Graining Done.
Orders from lhe country promptly attend
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FARM FOR SALE.
A dvertising is being reduced to a
science in Paris, and some of the
HE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WELL- methods used by tradesmen to direct
known and popular resort would in
form their friends and the public generally attention to their wares are worthy of
CALIFORNIA STREET, JackaonviHe. that a complete and first-class stock of the
the study of Barnum himself. The
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best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and latest recorded throws rhinoceros fights
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand.
he undersigned takes pleas - They will be pleased to have their friends and lion hunts far into the shade.
MBTe in Bnpouneinfe that he is now in “call and smile.”
You are quietly walking along the
stalled in his new and decant quarters,
boulevard, pensively meditating on
which are fitted un in the latest and most
life and your mother-in-law, when sud
approved st vie. All branches of the busi
here. We would be pleased to have persons
ness executed in first-da«s manner.
denly you are astonished by a kick
I have al«o added bath-rooms, complete possessing curiosities and specimens bring from behind.
You turn and meet the
ami convenient in their apjxuntnieuta, and them in, and we will place them in the Cab-
¡net for inspection.
of a stranger. If you
those dodrlnc a good, clean bath of any de
WINTJEN A HELMS.
honor,” and most
scription can be accommodated.
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
Frenchmen are, you at once demand
satisfaction. «Certainly,” says the as
sistant, bowing coolly. «Your card,
An entirely new discovery for cleansing
the scalp and’restoring the hair to its natu THIRD STREET, JACKSONVILLE, OR., sir,” you say, while your eyes burn
ral vigor. Price, Si .00 per bottle.
with rage. «Here it is, sir,” he re
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
RAZORS CAREFULLY PUT IN ORDER.
sponds, handing you a pasteboard.
You look at the card, and are stupefied
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS, THROUGH TICKETS, 12} Ò ents . to read something like this : “The
largest stock of winter clothes can be
CAi.iFOft?*rX'S treet ,
seen at No.-------- street.”
DRT^Kft, IS}4 CENTS.
1HL 8CHUW RESPECTFULLY IX-
’A A.V x
THUE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
I «lie hi« farm situated on Antelope creek.
12 miles east of Jacksonville, containing 480
•acres of land. 400 acres being good farming
land and under fence. It is a good grain
farm and sheep ranch, well watered and Webb & Jones, - - * Proprietors.
jH>Od hmwes a«d Imniyiiporedt.
TERMS OFNArn^-ffrifef aeW. otreihalf
down, the balance to suit purchaser.
ATONE BUT TIIE CHOICEST AND BEST
J, W. STMPSGN.
11 Wfnes, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
N. B.—This land will be sold in smaller
j . .r a
parcels, if desired.
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NQ cktfDlT^fc THÈ PITTURE—it don’t
pay. Families needing anything in my line
can always beaupptted with the purest and
best to be foynd on the Coast. Give me a
e*n, and you will bo well satisfied.
AH Kinlfi of
Y F < t
pHOTCE WIYKS, LTQL'OIW AitD CI-
V gars constantly on hand. The reading
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
cals and leading papers of the Coast. 29tf.
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A N ew J ersey deacon has been
very industrious in selling a new
church book, costingseventy-five cents.
At the service, the minister, just be
fore dismissing the congregation, rose
and said : «All you who bavachil
to baptize will please present
THE EAGLE BREWER. Y dren
them next Sabbath.” The deacon,
(IT t r.O i. vxua O
fl•■ VT who, by the way, was a little deaf,
HE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER, having an eye on selling the hooks,
has now on hand and h> constantly man and supposing the pastor was referring
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in * Southern
to them, immediately jumped up and
Oregon, which he wjll sell ip quantities to
shouted : «All who haven’t any can
suit purchasers. Call a»ui teat the art We.
get as many as you want by calling on
me, at aeventy-five cents each.”
JU. forma the ¿Uizens of Jac^aopville apd
surrounding country that he Is nsw manu NEATLY & CHEAPLY IXECUTED A
facturing, and will oofutoutly keep on hand
the very best of Lager Beer. Those wishing ■uff «rahn-
s boot glass of beer should give xne a call.
A Co., Portland, Maina.
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THE NEW RULES FOR 1875.
Section 4 of rule 1, amended to read
that whenever a ball, in the opinion
of the umpire, becomes ripped, cut,
out of shape, or in an unfit condition
for use, a new ball shall be furnished,
on even innings, by the club furnish
ing the first hall.
Section 6 of rule 1, amended to read
that one corner of the home plate shall
touch the foul lines to third and first
Sec. 1, rule 4. No part of the pitch
er’s person must be outside the lines
of position while delivering the hall,
and the delivery must be perpendicu
lar, and not by a round swing or
thrown from the wrist.
[If this rule is strictly observed, it
will cause a radical change in the style
of pitching, and do away with a large
number of «dodges” resorted to by
pitchers to increase the speed and ef
fectiveness of their delivery.]
Sec. 4, 5, 6, rule 4. Amended so ns
to call every third an unfair ball, the
first hall delivered to count, if an un
[This throws out the reference to
“wides,” and is merely a return to
the old rule of «called balls,” with the
addition of counting the first pitch, if
Sec. 10, rule 4. “Passed halls” that
should happen to strike the umpire
are not to be considered “dead.”
Sec. 1, rule 5. This amendment is to
the effect that the position of the strik
er shall show a length of two feet front
and four feet behind the striker’s
“line,” with a width of three feet.
Sec. 3, rule 5. Two foul strikes to
put out a player, Instead of three.
Sec. 1, rule 7. Umpires not to be
residents of the city in which the vis
iting club plays. Five names to be
furnished by the local club visited, five
days prior to the game, and if a choice
is not made within forty-eight hours,
one of the five names of persons fur
nished by the local club to be selected
by them, which name shall be selected
by the opposing club, and the person
authorized to act.
Sec. 11, rule 7. Amend to read:
“The umpire shall not enter the in-
field while the hall is in play.”
Sec. 14, rule 7. It is the duty of the
umpire to call “dead ball,” when the
ball is stopped by an outsider, &c. ., as
provided in the section.
Sec. 15, rule 7. The last sentence in
this section is stricken out : “But no
game shall be forfeited by the failure
of the umpire to discharge his duties.”
I ts M oney V alue .—When a deal
er in farm produce receives shipments
in good order and of first quality, he
takes as much pride in showing them
as the farmer did in sending them ;
and he does not hesitate to ask from
10 to 20 per cent, extra because he
knows he can get it. Besides, it is
really to his advantage to have such
produce, because it helps him to se
cure the best customers and 1 hereby
to build up his business. This is plain
enough. The same advantage accrues
also to the farmer. For assorting po
tatoes and apples, for neatly dressing
and packing poultry, for sending onlj’
choice butter and large, fresh eggs,
time and care are required, and that
which is kept at home inay seem to be
a loss ; but in doing this wise, addi
tional care will be taken afterwards to
provide against anything that is not
saleable, so that a real money value
comes from being a better firmer.
The farmer who has a right idea of
his calling will aim to supply only
such customers as are particular and
who are willing to pay extra prices for
extra products. There are plenty of
such customers, and the demands they
make are far In excess of what farmers
are likely soon to supply.
Advertisements will be inserted in th«
T imes at the following rates :
One square, one insertion................... ......fS.OO'
each subsequent one............. 1.00
Legal advertisements inserted reasonably.
A fair reduction from the above rates made
to yearly and time advertisers.
Yearly advertisements payable quarterly.
Job printing neatly ana promptly execut
ed, ana at reasonable rates.
C ounty W arrants always taken at par.
A n I mportant I nvention .—Wil
liam L. Powleson, the engineer in
charge of Xhe boilers and machinery in
the Cosmopolitan Hotel, has lately re
ceived a patent for an improvement
in smoke-consuming furnaces. The
invention is attracting much attention
among furnace men and others, and Is
destined to exercise an important in
fluence upon all interests identified
with steam engineering. The inven
tion consists simply in carrying steam
from the drum through a pipe Into a
super-heater and conveying it thence
through smaller pipes under the fur
nace to four nozzles which are set in
the front of the fire chamber above the
burning fuel. Each of these nozzles
discharges a fan-tail Jet or spray of
hydrogen gas, spreading horizontally
across the burning fuel. Thus a com
plete mixture of the smoke and steam
is effected and the carbon in the form
er while burning intensifies the heat.
No smoke escapes, It being all con
sumed by this process. The flow of
steam is regulated by a stop cock to
the amount desired for burning the
smoke. Mr. Powelson having been
placed in charge of a furnace In which
he could get little or no draft, went to
work a year ago and made some ex
periments to remedy the difficulty.
While thus engaged the idea of intro
ducing superheated steam into the
furnace occurred to him, and after
several attempts to do so he at last met
with success. A saving of nearly
thirty percent, in the amount of fuel
required the absence of all soot from
the flues, and the rapid creation of in
tense heat are among the principal
fruits of this invention. Its applica
tion to the smelting of ores will great
ly cheapen the cost of reduction. The
patent is to be applied to the boilers
in the Palace Hotel and also in the
Mint.— Ch ron icle.
R ev . I. I). D river .—This divine,
who formerly resided in Jacksonville,
has again got his name before the pub
lic in connection with a matter of not
a most enviable character. According
to tho Willamette papers, it .seems
that his two daughters were out walk
ing one night last week with a couple
of Salem youngsters, when the latter
concluded it would be fun to burn
down an old tannery, so they set Are
to It and it was consumed. A reward
of $300 was offered for the apprehen
sion of the culprits, and it is said that
the son of Mr. Driver, who had learned
through his sisters of the matter, in
formed on the young men, in order to
secure the reward, and they were ar-,
rested and the Driver girls subpoenaed
as witnesses. Their father, hearing
of the matter, and learning that his
daughters had been in the company of
the young men at the time of the com
mission of the crime, flew into a ter
rible rage and most cruelly and hru-,
tally beat the girls with a large stick
until one of them was laid up from the.
severity of the punishment. The Sa*
lem community, according to the
Record, are highly incensed at the
conduct of Rev. Driver, and if all the
facts aro as stated he deserves the
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T omato C ulture . —Au agricultural
exchange gives the following directions,
for the culture of this fruit: «When
about two inches high, and the danger
of frost Is passed; plant them out In a
sheltered situation, where they may
have the full influence of the sun. To
hasten the maturity of the first fruU
that sets, pinch off the extremities of
the tops, and all the secondary shoots
which afterwards appear above tho
flowers. When the desired number
are about half grown, commence strip
ping off the leaves, cutting off the new
shoots, so that, at length, the plants
may be completely bared of their
leaves, and the fruit left fully exposed
to the sun.”
O nly two Speakers have been long
er in the chair than Mr. BWae.
Henry Clay served tn the Twelfth,
Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Six
teenth and Eighteenth Congresses.
Andrew Stephenson of Virginia was
Speaker of the Twentieth, Twenty-
first, Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Congresses. Two Speakers have ser
ved equal terms with Mr. Blaine—
Nathaniel Macon of North Carolinr,
who served In the Seventh, Eighth
and Ninth Congresses, and ex-Vice
President Schuyler Colfax, who served
in the Thirty-eighth, Thirty-ninth and
How to S ucceed .—If your seat is
too hard to.sit upon, stand up. If a
rock rises up before you, roll it away,
or climb over it. If you want money,
earn it. If you wish for confidence
prove yourself worthy of it It takes
longer to skin an elephant than a mouse,
but the skin is worth something. Do
not be content to do what another has
done—surpass it. Deserve success and
it will come. The hoy was not born a
man. The sun does not rise like a
rocket, or go down like a bullet from a
gun; slowly but surely it makes its
round and never tires. It is as easy
to‘ be a leader as a wheel horse. If
the job be long the pay will be greater;
If the task be hard, the more compe
tent you must be to do It.
S ugar S naps .— One cup of butter,
two cups of sugar, four cups of flour,
one egg; stir sugar and butter to a
cream; and the egg well beaten, aDda>
small teacupful of water and a quar
ter of a teacupfal of soda dissolved in
it; stir half a spoonful of cream tarter
into the flour; roll out very thin and
bake in a moderate oven.
A short time since a noble savage
came to a certain agent in the northern
part of Iowa to procure- some whisky
for a younger warrior who had been
bitten by a rattlesnake. «Four quarts?”
repeated the agent with surprise «as
much as that ?” “Yes,” replied the
A C alifornia boy scorns to ask tho
Indian; «four quarts—snake very big.” corner fruit-dealer for a banana ; ho
slaps his money down on the counter
T he ugliest hood ever worn—-False and proudly exclaims: “Look yer;
gimme a big bananzer ?”