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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1875)
UENEKAL NOTES AND NEWS.
A number of Texans arrived In Douglas
county last week, hunting homes.
Official Paper for Jackson i Josephine Conntics.
Odd Fellows* Biildiig, JaekMurillr, tag««,
The Democrat« carried the municipal elec
(Successors to Whit* A Martin,)
tion at Galveston, Texas, by 8,000 majority.
APRIL 30, 1875.
As soon as the trial is over Beecher threat
DBALXB d WOBKBB DT
ens to make a tour of California and Oregon.
We understand some man is bringing 40,-
TIN, 8HEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc.
It is now hardly more than six years
since the first Grange was established gon.
J. D» Rowell, of Washington county, owns
in the United States. Its growth a cow that has brought him five calves in
NO. 1, I. O. R. M.,
since then has been almost unprece less than 23 months.
On WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1875. JACKSONVILLE,
OREGON. AGRICULTORAL IMPLEMENTS,
dented. In January, 1869, there were
Mrs. Wm. Trosler, of Plymouth county,
ten granges ; one in Pennsylvania, one Iowa, writes and asks if Oscar Wilson lives
REGONIAN - POCAHONTAS TRIBE
In Ohio, one in Dlinois, ona in New In Oregon. We don’t know; does any
Have on hand and offer for sale
No. 1, I. O. II. M., will celebrate the
York, and six in Minnesota. In 1870,
anniversary of St. Tammany!« Day, May
The Masonic fraternity of Oregon gave a 12, 1875. The Tribe will meet at the Wig
that number had increased to thirty larger donation to the Kansas grasshopper wam
o’clock a . m ., form a procession
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES,
eight, and the following year to one sufferers than any other Masons of a like and start from the Hall at 10 o’clock a .* m .,
sharp; after marching through the principal
hundred and twenty-five. The grand number.
streets of Jacksonville, preceded by the
he undersigned take pleas -
The Oregon Granger, as we are informed, Brass Band, will proceed to the District
popularity of the movement did not
ure in notifying their friends and the
School House, where the following exercises
public generally that they have purchased
begin until 1873, when the first session has passed into the hands of Messrs. Brown will be had:
the stock of White A Martin, and are now
A Stewart, of the Albany Democrat, who de
of the National Grange was held at sign extensive additionsand improvements.
receiving and opening a very large, exten POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
1. Music bv the Band.
sive and well-selected assortment of
Washington, at which time nineteen
The Tiecord says : The stone work of the
2. Invocation by th© Prophet.
8. Vocal music by the Choir.
Granges were represented. At the new farmers’ warehouse at Salem is being
4. Oration by H. K. Hanna, Esq.
Fuse and Caps,
next meeting of the National Grange, laid. After excavating a foot the diggers
5. Music by the Band.
6. Vocal music bv the Choir.
at 8L Louis, in 1874, there were 10,- came to a natural cement that will make a
substantial foundation for the superstruc
7. Music by the Band.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
000 Granges reported, with 90,000 ture.
The Tribe will then re-form and march
back to th© Wigwam.
—USUALLY KXPT IM—
members. The present body represents
Many of the solicitors for funds for the
California & Salem Cloths and Blankets,
22,000 subordinate Granges, with an grasshopper sufferers, throughout the West, Marshal of the Day..........E. D. FOUDRAY
' estimated membership of 1,500,000, in have just begun to wear diamond pins. It
cluding women. As to the financial is said that grasshoppers will not eat
The Celebration will conclude with a
PAINTS; OILS VARNISHES, GLASS
status of the Order it is claimed that
Here’s a sentence in which some of the
th« assets of the Order, in cash and
floored the best spellers of Portland :
In the evening at Veit Schutz’ Hall. Mu
Government bonds, considerably ex-
“It was sad to perceive the embarrassment sic by Jacksonville String Band, John Dick
of the harrassed poddler gauging the sym leader. Supper at the hall by Mrs. Horne.
metry of a peeled pear or potato.”
Shot Brushes, Chains and Hose,
E. D. Foudray, C. W. Savage, Jacob Ish.
LADIES, CHILDREN A MISSES SHOES.
One hundred and ninety-four millions of
We flatter ourselves that a fourteen yearsr
Attorney-General Williams has at dollars is what it costs to run the Govern
experience has made us familiar with
J. W. Manning, J. A. Callender, Sol. Sachs,
last tendered his resignation to the ment for a year. This is exclusive of the
Committee of Arrangements :
President, to take effect early next interest on the public debt. In Democratic C. W. Savage, P. D. Parsons, A. C. Matthias,
«lays it used to cost surfy millions.
We have also In connection with the above
G. W. Frey, E. D. Foudray.
I have secured the services of a First-class THE WANT of THIS COMMUNITY,
month, which has been accepted.
a very large and fine stock of choice
Information is wanted of J. D. Atterbury, TICKETS...................................................... 13.50
Who will be his successor is at present who was formerly employed in Aiken’s
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
Everybody Invited to Attend.
doubtful, but it Is to be hoped that it logging camp, Coos Bay. He left there last
GROCERTES, GLASSWARE, QUEENS- ing promptly and in superior style.
will be other than a reckless political
WARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
information addressed to P. Atterbury,
adventurer, without ability or honor,
PAINTS, OILS, NAIl^, WIN
Roseburg, will be thankfully received.
and prompted at all times by the mo6t
Albany is thriving splendidly this year. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE
DOW GLAS8, CAST AND
FIRST - CLASS GOODS,
partisan spleen, as Williams has ever The Granger says thirty new dwelling
N CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
STEEL PLOWS, WOOD
I am receiving and have constantly on
proven himself. Some of Williams’ houses are in course of building, and prob
hand a full and first-class stock of
EN AND WILLOW
friends gave as the reason for his res ably a hundred will be added to the town
ignation that he intends coming to
ful ; Linn county is one of the richest agri
Oregon to make battle for the seat cultural districts on the face of the globe, and
DRY GOODS, Chun Boots, TOBACCO,
now held in the U. S. Senate by Sen its immense wealth is yet unsounded.
We are now ready to sell anything in our
ator Kelly. But he knows too much
Attorney General Williams tendered to
line at lowest cash price«. Persons wishing
to bnv goods will find it greatly to their ad GLASSWARE, CROCKERY. Ete^ Etc.
for that and denies having any such the President the resignation of his office,
vantage to examine our stock before pur
Intention, but will remain in Washing to take effect the loth of May. The resigna ! California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon. chasing
elsewhere, a« we are determined not
tion is not yet effected, and therefore no per
to be undersold by any house in Jackson
ton to practice law. Oregon is too son is named as his successor. Intimate
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
We invite all to call and examine our
lways on hand the best stock
well acquainted with George II. Wil friends of Williams say he designs return
^S“Give us a call, and then Judge for
and Price«, feeling assured that we
yourself as to our capacity to furnish goods
liams to even honor him with an elec ing to Oregon and entering the contest for
entire satisfaction to AT J,.
Shot Guns, single and double; Revolvers
Jacksonville, Feb. IS, 1875.
tion to the office of Constable, and that U. S. Senator.
of the latest patents ; Pocket Pistols, neat,
Jacksonville, Feb. 12,1875.
person is well aware of this fact. Vale,
Paul L. Bristow, a son of Hon. E. L. Bris
and best; also, the best Powder and Pow
tow, recently caught near Eugene City a der Flasks ; Hunting and pocket knifes of
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
large white squirrel in a trap. The animal the best brands; all sorts of Shot and
was dead when taken out and Paul had it Pouches; Caps, Wads and everything in
properly stuffed, and brought it down and
He will also keep a full lino of SHELF
Judge Emmons of the United States placed it in Rev. P. S. Knight's collection
HARDWARE, Nails and Rone of all kinds
Court at Memphis, has declared the in the rooms of the Natural History and and sizes, Carpenters’ and Wagon-Makers.
a complete assortment of Table and
recent act of Congress unconstitutional Library Association, Salem, where it can be Tools,
Pocket Cutlery, together with a full supply
Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall,
of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc.
in a charge to the Grand Jury. In the seen by the curious.
The above goods aro all of the best qual
Two hundred well armed men, under the
charge he said :
and will be sold
ATCH ER, CLOCKS. JEWELRY. Sil
leadership of Gordon and Andrews, left
verware, etc., ha« received a large a<f»
You ask whether it is a crime for Sioux City on the 6th inst. for the Black
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
ave received and are still
to hi« well-selected stock of Jewelry
which you have a right to find an in Hills. A company of one hundred and fifty
receiving the largest and best selected and silverware.
New guns made to order, and repairing
stock of goods ever before offered to the
dictment, that a negro has been denied had preceded them a few days. It now be promptly done and in good style. All or
The stock consists of
ELGIN AND WALTHAM,
the full and equal enjoyment of the gins to look as it the Government and its ders filled with dispatch.
Silver Watches. Gold and Silver
accommodations, advantages, facilities allies, the Sioux, will have their hands full
Chains, all imported from the first manufac
and privileges of theaters and. inns of to prevent the American adventurers from
turer« in the East. A fine lot of SETH
the State. Such denial is not an of penetrating the newly discovered gold fields
fense over which Congress can give and delving in the forbidden earth for the
EIGHT-DA Y WEIGHT CLOCKS.
Also all kinds of E mwt -D at ami » tn-worw
this Court jurisdiction. Those are precious metal.
HE MADAME TAKES THIS METHOD
C txmtcs ; P ockft C utlkrt aw »
matters which the 8tate Governments
The Roseburg Haindealer says: Hon.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
W ark of all kinds ; a new assortment of the
the patronage which has hitherto been ex
alone control. Parties who think D. P. Thompson arrived on the stage Thurs
tended to her, and would respectfully solicit
themselves aggrieved can bring their day and left Friday morning for his home
Her tables are always under her immedi
civil action in this Court at once. Any at Oregon City. Mr. Thompson has been
ate control; and by her long experience in
IRON and STEEL,
decision we may then make can be re spending the-Winter in Washington. He
the business «he feels confident that she will
ALBUMS, DOLLS, BABY WAGONS,
viewed by the Supreme Court.
reports things looking very dry along the
HE CELEBRATED VERMONT STAL- give entire satisfaction to all. Her beds and
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY,
route in California, and says they are pray
lion, Peniger’s Mike, now owned by rooms are fitted up in the most comfortable
Cardwell A Caton, will stand at the stables style, suited to the accommodation of single
ing for rain, and, unless their prayers are
that is wanted for the hol-
occupants or families. Her beds are always
answered soon, they will have short crops. of James A. Cardwell, near Jacksonville.
Mike is 10 years old, was sired by old
We have received from Willard H. Mr. Thompson is talking of emigrating to Vermont,
WARE of the best quality. Also a fine lotet
and is himself the sire of many
Rees, Secretary of the Oregon Pioneer the Sandwich Islands, and going into the fine trotting horses who have shown extra
Music Boxes, Accord eons, Guitars, Violins, sts„
ordinary speed, among which are Taylor’s
A Fine Assortment of
Association, a copy of its publication,
Benedict, Barnev Flanders, McDonough’s
Prieee to Suit the Time« I
CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO,
Dick. Kahler’s Selim, Plvmale A McDon-
containing the address of Hon. S. F.
Modoc Independent, who have been trap ongh’s Tampson, Cardwell’s Billy, McDon
Pipe-stems, and anything of that
Chadwick and remarks by Gov. Grover ping at Tale Lake during the winter, re ough’s Nelly.
mav be wanted. I am also Agent
Pasturage* for mares from a distance fur
at the re-union in June, 1874, togeth turned here on Wednesday last. They had nished
for the GROVER A BAKER and FTX)R-
free of charge.
Three Thousand Bushels of Wheat, in ex ENCE Sewing Machine«, and keep them
T erm s _ $2-5,
er with other interesting matter con quite a successful season. All their furs
change for goods. Highest prices paid, and constantly on hand. I have just received*
A CATON, Propr’s.
Goods sold at Cash rates.
the latest Improved Florence, which feeds
cerning the Pioneers of Oregon. This were well handled, and in excellent condi J. A. C CARDWELL
ardwkix , Groom.
Please give us a call and convince your the work FROM THE OPERATOR.
tion. From the lot shipped by Mr. Rine
P. S.—We are prepared to furnish pastur
he undersigned would re - selves.
McCALL A CO.
valuable pamphlet can be had at the forthem during the Winter they realized
pW Jewelry. Watches and Clocks cleaned'
age and are making a full season with the
»peetfully inform their friends and the
repaired and warranted. Also Sewing-
Portland and Salem book stores, or about five hundred dollars. They estimate horse.
public generally that they have purchased
Machine« cleaned and repaired.
the above establishment, which will be
from Mr. Roes, who resides at Butte that they have about double the quantity
Give me a call.
henceforth conducted under their constant
ville, Marion county, Oregon.
personal supervision, and they guarantee
labor, which will give them, Rhould they
to all who may favor them with
The annual re-union for 1875 will obtain the same price as usual, about fifteen
These stables are centrally located, and
be held at the State Fair grounds, hundred dollars for the past trapping sea
Salem, on Tuesday, June 15th, and son.
houses of public entertainment. Horses
every effort will be made to secure a
W. W. Brooks gives the Record h\s receipt
and mules will be boarded and cared for at
BIBBON8 OF ALL KINDS,
moderate charges. Thev have one of the
large attendance and make it interest for curing scab in sheep. He says : “As
largest and finest stocks In Oregon, south of
soon as I sheared them I took a box of to
ing to all.
bacco, weighing twenty pounds, and boiled J. W. MANNING A R. L. ISH, Propr’s,
Ylowers, Feathers and Trimmings,
buggies and carriages .
it in water enough to dip them all over ex
cept the head. I used a box to dip in that
With ningle or double teams, for hire on rea
HAIR, JUTE AND
The indications are very favorable I scalded hogs in. I bad some boards laid
aving just received a new sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car and Mules, which will be hired to go to any
that notwithstanding the severity of with one end on the box and the other raisod
part of the country at moderate rates.
riages, we are now prepared to famish our
the past Winter, Oregon will enjoy the so as to run the amber back into the box, patrons and the public generally with a« '
Animals bought and sold, and broke to
then let two men take hold of the sheep, one
saddle or harness.
BOOTS and 8H0IS,
benefits of an abundant harvest this
KUBLI A WIU5ON.
at the fore legs and one at the hind legs,
year. In many instances in the Wil and dip them in and lay them on the boards
can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
FINE TOYS I OR HOLIDAYS*
lamette where the wheat was thought and then drain so aa to save the amber. As
horses hired to go to any part of the country.
Agent for McCall’« Bazaar Faahiena
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses
to be destroyed, says the Journal, it Dip lambs and all. One dip is enough.”
broke to work single or double. Horses
now turns out there will be a large and
boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon
emy from the State of Oregon, Colonel Geo. them while in our charge.
luxuriant growth; and this fact, to
SHOULD NOT FAIL TO CALL SOON ON
La Dow, of Pendleton, has been requested
gether with the fine growing weather by the Secretary of the Navy to recommend
OUR TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
UQÏÏ0B8, TOBACCO sad OIGAIS,
which the formers are being blessed a candidate for appointment. Here is a
with, gives the pleasing assurance of chance for some lad from Oregon to be edu solicited.
And examine his Full and Elegant Stock of
MANNING A ISH.
large crops, equaling if not excelling cated at the expense of the United State«.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
He must be over fourteen and under
those of former years.
eighteen years of age, when examined for
TOBACCO, PIPES AND CIGARS,
admission, and the recommendation must
(Successor to Caton <t Prey,)
be made prior to the first of July next, be
Thia is the title of a new evening cause after that date it becomes the duty of
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND PIPES,
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
Candies and Nut» of Every Description,
journal lately started at Portland. It the Secretary of the Navy to fill the vacancy
TRvm nr season ,
is a neat, spicy sheet, neutral In poli himself. Accepted candidates will be re
quired to report for examination at the
tics, and has every evidence of being Naval Academy in June next. They must
TOYS, YANKEE NOTIONS, ETC^ ETC.
aving permanently located
LL OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD
already well sustained. The Journal pass a satisfactory examination in reading,
in Jacksonville, I respectfully inform
at the very fewest rates. If you don’t
the public that I am prepared to do all
la published every evening except WIlti’}K»?IrthoKr*phy, arithmetic, geography
me, call and ascertain prices for
English grammar. For full and addi- kinds of work in the boot and shoe-making
roduce taken in exchange
verything sold at reasona - yonraefve*. No humbug!
Sunday, at $10.00 per annum. Suc ■ and
tional details apply to Col. La Dow, Pendie- line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Please give me a call.
ble rates. Give me a call and judge for
All kinds ot psethjee and hides taken te
I ton, Oregon.
cess to lt.
Jacksonville, August 5,1874,
G. W. FREY.
exchange for goods.
OLD AND RELIABLE HOUSE
LOW PRICES WILL WIN
Wooden and Willow Ware,
A First-Class Estabfts
Hats and Caps,
NEW FIRM I NEW GOODS 11
New Prices at Ashland, Or.
J. M. McCALL & CO.
NOTICE TO STOCK-RAISERS I
Vermont Stallion “MIKE.”
Toys for the Holidays,
Horse Shoes, Nails, Etc^ etc.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,
Ladies’ and Gentlemen's
Millinery and Ladies Goods,
JOHX A. BOYER,
um » iniNiK, cuvuiu si,
GEORGE W. FREY,
At E. Jacob's Now Stere,
New Boot and Shoe Store.