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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
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Official Paper for Jackson A Josephine
OFFICE—On Oresron Street, in Orth’s Brick
Rates of Subscription :
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1875.
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professional cards .
SWAMP LAID INBTRUCTIONS.
F. K. ARNOLD. . I
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
Advertisement* will be inserted in th«
T ikes at the following rates;
One square, one insertion........................ 83.00
each subsequent one...... ....... 1.00
I^egal advertisements inserted reasonably.
A fair reduction from the above rates mane
to yearly and time advertisers.
Yearly advertisements payable quarterly.
Job printing neatly ana promptly execut
ed, and at reasonable rates.
C ounty W arrants always taken at per.
THE HTRYCTININE WONDER.
N ecessity as a F orce .—There ia
moral lever equal to necessity.
The following instructions have been
Dr. L. DANFORTH.
of capable men and women
Governor..... .................................. T.. F. Grover
are this day suffering all the genius
Secretary of State................... JS. F. Chadwick
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
^tale Treasurer...... -................. A. H. Brown
they possess to rust or dry-rot, because
Like the I’ontic monarch of old days,
Rfate Printer............... ................ M. V. Brown Has removed to Jacksonville, and tenders WHOLESALE druggists ,
they are so comfortably circumstanced
Sup’l of Public Instruction...!.. L. Rowland
his professional service« to the public.
The man is about 52 years of age, in life as to be under no compulsion to
lands and the proofs required to es
Ftnsr judicial district .
Office and residence on Third street, oppo
71 Front Street,
has a not uncommon habit of get exert themselves to develop the good
site and east of the M.E. Church.
Ulreuit Judge...___ ......................... T*; F. Prim
tablish the title of the State thereto, as
ting periodically drunk about every ( that was “born in them.” Had pov
District Attorney........................ H. K. Hanna
Oregon. communicated to the Governor of Or quarter—say fourlimes a year. He erty claimed them fór its own, and
J. H. STINSON,
has also a very rare and startling habit taste as well as emolument calculated
Uonnty Judge........... ..... ............. E. B. Watson ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-L KW,
f John O’Brien, I
sobering up on strychnine. He to eliminate the intellectual gifts fn
Vounty Commissioners 1...... i M. A Hueston
I WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
G eneral L and O ffice ,
gets very drunk indeed, and when he their possession, they might have risen
ANO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
......... J. W. Manning
' ’ a complete stock of
W ashington , D. C., April 7,1875. ) gets enough of it to suit his taste or upon the topmost wave of popularity
.......... E. I>. Fondrav
.................... K. Knbli
pocket, he asks a friend for money to j . to wealth and distinction. Placed
To the Governor oj Oregon :
■ - ........ W. A. Childers Office one block north of Court House,
in advance, the impetus to labor
Sehod'S'iTperintendent, ...... W. C. Fleming
S ir : In the letter to you from this sober him. These habits are notorious there
in his region of California, and they ' was lacking ; the intellectual field lay
Surveyor,»....................... ........... J. S. Howard
PERFUMER Y a nd TOILET AR TICL ES, office dated 13th ult. the directions in
Coroner........................... ............... II.. T. Inlow
the continual wonder of all who fallow for want of a necessity to make
regard to the requirements as to proof
H. K. HANNA.
Official Paper................ - ..D emocratic T imes
of the swampy character of land, did know the man. In the account he is i I it productive. Ambition and the love
popular admiration, supply, with
ATTORNEY A. COUNSELOR AT LAW,
not state distinctly the number of wit nameless, probably because the writer i , of
XI. F. Baldwin
minds, the necessity incentive to
< H. Mi**onrtr.
even when pecuniary results
the drunkard’s family—he himself be
1 James Neely.
ing clad inside and out with impregna exercise no influence in the same di
Sheriff,................................ ........ Dan. L. Green Will practice in all tb? Courts of the State.
I eral as follows :
Prompt attention given to all business left
........ Chas. Hnghe«
I* 1 e rk......•*... •..••••
cast iron. The writer says a med i rection. Prescott, the historian, was
Paints«, Oils and
“It has been the practice of this
in my care.
Treasurer........................... ...........Wm. Nancke
a gentleman of opulence, for instance,
office to require the testimony of at ical friend of his told him of this and
Assessor............................. .......... John Howell Office in Court House—upstairs.
he was impelled to literary labor
i PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND, | least two witnesses to establish the gourmand of poison a year ago, and
School Superintendent....... .. ...... B. F. Sloan
by a laudable desire to become
Su \ OT «!*•••• • ■«••• va^e *««*••••*• ••• • • W.N. Sanders I C. W. KAHLER.
F. R. WATSON.
swampy character of land ; if, how
Coroner....................................... Geo. E. Britnrs I
as an author. But cases of
his drug store to give him whatever
KAHLER & WATSON.
Official Paper.................... D emocratic T imes
! ever, the testimony of one witness, he asked for without fear of unpleas this character are not abundant in the
properly describing the land is corrob
i I ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW,
orated by the field notes of survey, it ant consequences. At length the mon annals of literature. Necessity has
LUBRICATING OILS, IETC. ETC.
Jael-.ton ChMuty.—Circuit Court, second
ten distinguished writers where
will be sufficient ; if not thus corrob ster came to Gilroy on one of his peri made
Monday in February. June and November.
Conntv Cr>nrt. first Monday in each month. I
orated, the concurrent testimony of at odical sprees and got drunk and drunk mere choice has made one. Driven
Will practice in the Supreme. District and
.7o»*nA>nc OnitUv. —C’rTart Court, fonrth
least two witnesses will be necessary.” er fast. One morning he staggered perforce to write for bread, many men
other Courts offliisState.
into the drug store under his heavy and women, unconscious of the un
Monday in April and fourth Monday in Oc t Office in Court House—upstairs.
tober. Conntv Gouri, first Monday in Jan
kill* Ticks, Lice and all parasite* on sheep, in preparing the testimony to be pre rload and looked dismally unhappy. worked mine of genius at their dis
uary, April, July and October.
and i« a snre cure for screw-worm, scab and sented to the Surveyor General be The druggist knew him and waited posal, dig and delve heedlessly away
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
for development with a keen interest. until a sudden blow exhibits the men
Justice of the Peace.. ................. J. H. Stinson ATTORNEY A COUN8ELOR-AT-LAW,
wealth at their disposal. The glit
Constable................................... A. M. Asbury
The Surveyor General was also in- The poison-proof man asked for a bot tal
vein once struck, tact and en
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
structed in regard to the definition of
it to the best advantage,
it to him without a question. He next
f C. C. Beekman, Pres’t.
| Sol. Sfl<-h«.
Will practice in all the Court« of the State.
State of Oregon to make selections of asked for a little brandy. The man and a fortune is the consequence.
I Prompt attention given to all business en
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
I John Miller.
behind the counter measured him out
Swamp Lands as follows :
I Henrv Judge,
! trusted to mv care.
A S heep W ashing M achine .—
two drachms. Then followed a curious
Office in the building formerly occupied by
Webb is getting an apparatus in
Kahler A Watson, opposite Court House.
preparation of his hands which looked
Recorder,.......................... ...... U. S. Harden
of a long deep trough made,
’T re^i«n m r
. ...•«,■.■« ». ..... „.Henrv Pane
of Swamp Lands : The land to come more like madness than anything else. less than a foot wide at the bottom,
..J. P. McDaniel J. A. CALLENPFg, M. P. ’ A.C. MATTHIAS, M. P.
At a rsh *1 ..•••••••••«■••
Street Comtitrw«lOier.....i . ....... .Silas J. Day
within the meaning of the grant must He produced two needles with threads and spreading out towards the top,
CALLENDER & MATTHIAS.
| be so swampy or overflowed at the attached, and first taking the skin on through which the sheep after being
PII YSI CI A NS AND SURGEONS, Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment planting, growing, or harvesting sea the back of his left hand with the shorn of their wool are to be driven,
of furniture, consisting of
sons as to prevent the planting, culti- thumb and forefinger of his right, while it is half filled up with tobacco
Jnrkannvill* Lorisr 5o. 10.1.0.0. F„
j vation or harvesting the staple crops, lifted it and asked the druggist to juice, to relieve the sheep of the scab,
Hold« its regplarmeetine« every
and such must be its character in a pierce It with one of the needles and should they be so afflicted. The
Saturday eveningaltho Odd Fel
then wind the thread around tightly
I majority of seasons.
trough is about five feet high and
low’s Hall. Benthere in good standing are Having formed a co-partnership for the prac
“Staple crops have always been held under the needle—thus stopping the twenty-eight feet long, and the sheep
tice of onr profession, wo offer our ser
invited to attend.
i by this office to include crops of hay, circulation in the unlifted portion of
C.W. SAVAGE, N. G.
vices to the public.
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the skin. The other hand was treated are driven into H by means of a corral
Sou SaCH’- Bee.
closing in towards the entrance, so
I’n ion Livery Stable.
Jacob ish, Isaac Sach«. Kaspar Kunll,
I are the result of preparation and sow in the same manner. This looked
that the sheep can go through in single
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
ing seeds, and if this can be done suc like a magician’s preparation for a file, the tobacco juice covering them
Dr. J. C. BELT,
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS, ’ cessfully without reclamation by drains, trick, and now everything was ready. all over except their heads. At the
lirkuuivillr Mamm 5a. 1IQ. T. 0. R. I m
levees, embankments or other artificial The man then poured into his right end of the trough the sheep walk up
rmidwile rfimbie meeting» cv^rr TburMkiv
hand from the poison bottle what the
evenihs at lb»* Odd Fellows’ Half. Brothers
i means, the land is not swampy or
in good standing arc invited tn attend.
judged was twenty grains of on a platform, where the tobacco liquid
F. GROB, O. C.
Also Doors. Sash and Blind« always on !
strychnine, put it on his tongue and is allowed to drip off, before they are
S tmon C apo . R. S.
hand and made to order. Planing done on grant
let out. A large boiler is used for boil
Hdrinan v. Helrus, *TVYacobs, Having located in the town of Jacksonville, reasonable terms. jgff“ Undertaking a spe
“But you are not to- infer from the swallowed it, took a taste more from ing the tobacco for filling the trough,
for th« purpose of practicing Surgery and cialty.
above that because, land may, in its the bottle direct and washed it down into which it is conducted by means of
other bmuche« of his profession, respect
natural state produce a valuable crop, with brandy, ne walked around for of a pipe. Alex. Stewart is engaged In
fully a«k< a portion of rhe public patron
flrfonhn Ponhonta« Tribe 5o. 1.1m-
age. Office—Second door north of the U.
that the swamp claim must therefore five or ten minutes, and asked the making the trough,, which is said to
pr<»ved order of Red Men. holds its
«♦n*rd councils at the Red Men’s
be rejected. A tract of land may be druggist to bleed him from the arm. be in general use below by sheep men,
Rail the third sun in everv «even suns, in
CITY DRUG STORE, valuable for its wild grasses, or cran Three ounces of blood were drawn, to and much handier and quicker than
thoeiBhth run. A medial ifivtiatioa-to all
berries, and yet lie clearly and un which the patient added a little brandy dipping the sheep In tobacco juice.—
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY,
brother« rn good Mandlnff.
SOL. SACHS, S.
questionably swampy or overflowed, and drank it down without flinching. Yreka Journal,
C. W. S avaob .
and unfit for cultivation until drained, The treatment was complete. In fif
teen or twenty minutes he was a
or otherwise reclaimed.
. .tgA.t OrHWuDivkton Ma. Uu'
bout C heat -H ay .—A Linn coun
man—lively and talkative, ty A
8I8TER8 of the HOLY NAMES,
he new firm of kahler a bro .
farmer makes an important commu
Son« and Daughters of Temperance, meets
have the largest and most complete tions made by the State of lands sur active and well, and left the store re nication to the Granger, in relation to
on Tuesday eVerihnr of each week in the
veyed before March 12, 1860. This marking that he had got over that one. the possible value of what is called
nE SCHGT.ASnr YEAR OF THTS
He has practiced the strychnine anti
nchool will commence about the middle DRFGF, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS, doe9 not apply, however, to those dote for whisky ever since 1856, and “white land.” Of this sort of land,
DW’UCBONEMILLER, W. P.
of Ausust, and is divided in four session«,
townships on the southern border of
which is generally considered worth
J. R. W a PR. R S. a / » ' i
Ever brought to Southern Oregon, Also the State, the plats whereof were sus it has never failed to bring him around less, there is more or less on every
of eleven weeks each. The following are the
the latest and finest styles of
pended in 1859 and withdrawn from all right. He claims to have “shut farm in the Willamette. The gentleman
Tier’ll firte* Ma. Ifr.W
Board and tuition, per term.............
the local Land Office, and the surveys down” on drink very much in the last referred to says that he plowed up
Hohls »♦« regular,communication« Bed aim ! Beddinff.
on ‘be TVedne«dav evening* or ore- Drawintt and painting..............
finally completed and approved after few years, and hopes that he will be some six or seven acres of white land,
able in time to break off the habit al and seeded it to cheat; getting his
And a great variety of PERFUMES and
March 12, 1860.
Entrance fee, only once,--------- ----
5.00 TOILET ARTICLES, including the best and
“Some Township«, especially those together. The strychnine antidote seed from the refuse of the fanning
cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER
M ax M uller . Sec’y.
FUMED SOAPS in this market.
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
around Klamath Lake, surveyed in may be a sure thing, but it is not like mill. From that number of acres be
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Prescriptions carefully compounded. 1858, had left, some unsurveyed land ly that it will ever he popular among harvested twenty tons of hay, all well
Until RMtl Hrrt Uil« Ma. 4, t 0 0. F., 1 ’r 1 mfir n . per term,
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist,
the afflicted, who as a rule prefer to filled with kernels of cheat, or ches*,
Hold« its regular meetings on every other
——-------- —— which has since been surveyed, and
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall. ^lett^rMP. - -• —■ - •— .M*.
new plats of the entire Townships re bear those ills they have than fly to as some are wont to call it, and mak
M*ml»ere in good standing are invite«l to
Pupil« are received at any time, and their
turned to this office ; snch subsequent others that they know not of. The case ing the very-choicest kind of feed for
K. KUBLI, N. G.
term*will ho counted from the day of their
Racrnn. F isher , R. S.
survey does not open the whole is reported for a fact.
either cow or horse, especially so for
further particulars anply at
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Townships to selection, but only those
that you may desire to stall-feed
IlDEPUMtlT HTtRIRT SOCffTT,
V ery often the screw hole gets so for beef.
WIHTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. partsnot surveyed before March 12,
He claims that an ox in fair
Hold« it* regu’ar m«»*Hng« at the District
1860. There is no pretense that the
in the fall will thrive and
School Hou«* everv Fridav evening.
Where glue is handy, the regular car condition
winter on this hay
.CHAS. NICK ELL, President.
he proprietors of this well -
penter makes the hole larger and glpes alone. And with the a little
Cnaa. ,J. How ARP. Sec’y.
known and popular resort would In
form their friends »nd the public generally surveyed. Those lands not included in a large plug, making a ne«t for an the fattening process is quite rapid.
that a complete and firet-class stock, of the in the old survey.«, but included In entirely new hole. But this is not al
JOHN L. CARTER <fc SON,
l>est brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and
ways the case, and people without
U ndoubtedly R ich .—During the
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand. those made since March 12, 1860, can
says the Corvallis Gazette, we
he undersigned takes pleas -
be selected now, but those surveyed
ure in announcing that he Is now In “call and smile.”
prior to that date must be excluded.” leather is used, but this is so hard that received a very pleasant call from Hon.
stalled in bis new and elegant quarters,
. CABINET. ,
L. F. Mosher, ex-Judge of this Dis
I hope thia will enable your agents
TlfE ARE FT’T.TA’ PREPARED TO DO which are fitted nn in the latent and most
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also I ms found to present the proper testimony to the it does not hold well. The best of all trict, and from him we learned some
approved style. AB branches of the bnsi- here. We would be pleased to have persons
»V all kinds of Painting, including
thingR is to cut narrow strips of corks, very favorable accounts from the Galtoe
nc«« executed fn ft rst-cJasw manner.
possessing curiosities and. specimens bring Surveyor General without so encum
I have also added bath-room«, complete them in. and we will place them in the Cab
HOUSE. RJHNTINCU. / . -r
bering his records with unnecessary and fill the hole completely. Then Creek Mines. The Judge has un
and convenient int heir appointment.«, and inet for inspection.
papers as to cause delay in the exami force the screw in. This will make as bounded confidence In their richness
i those desiting a good, clean bath of any de
WTNT.TEN A HELMS.
tight a job as if driven into an entire and extent, but is opposed to any pan
scription can be accommodated.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
ly new hole.
ic being created, and as yet these
, DANDRUFF LOTION,
ALL Style* of Graining Dene.
mines are undeveloped, and this can
A P rolific C ow .—The Oregonian only be done by a large capital.
An entire! v new discovery for cleansing
8. S. B urdett , Commissioner.
’ Ardere from the country promptiv'aftend-
says: “Last week we published a
the scalp and restoring the nair to its natu THIRD STREET, JACKSONVILLE, OR
He feels quite sanguine that a quarts
ral vigor./Prire, 41-00 per bottle.
paragraph about a gentleman living in mill will soon be in operation ther^,
T here is a hearty vigor about Washington county, who was the
. HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
IFARM FOR SALE.
RAZORS CAREFULLY PUTIN ORDER.
Omaha journalism which suggests that owner of a cow that gavo birth to five and that the development if this «bo
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city is not yet an enervated center of calves within the space of 23 months. nanza” will be more rapid. Success to
UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
wale hfs farm ukuatwl on Antelope creek, CAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS, THROUGH TICKETS, 12| C ent «. effete civilisation. The editor of the Mr. G. L. Roland, of North Yamhill, the enterprise.
east of JicWioffv dlle, containing
Omaha Herald says that the wall-eyed is the possessor of a cow which ‘dis
“Is Mias Blinking at home ?*’ asked
•«’V* being good farming
scullion who fiddles and dances in the counts’ the above. This cow gave
land and rinder fence. It 1« a godd grain
Sanders of the Irish girl who
Plattsmouth Herald delivered a tem birth to six calves, all within the
farm and «haaiurenqh^.well .watered and
gars constantly on- hand. The reading
the ring at the door. “Yes.
vnod hnnM* and barn* trpon It.
lecture a few nights before, period of 24 months. During that time
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi perance
I Viftve she is, sir.” “Is she en
TERMS OF SALE—til per were, one-half
cals and leadi ng papers of the Coast. 29tf. and that he is glad that the lecturer
<d«wn, the balance to eult pnrehaaw.
BUTTHi! CHAt^fcST AND BEST
“An’ is it engaged you say?
was partially sober at the time, and times. Mr. Rowland also owned a gaged
J. W. SIMPSON.
1* Wine«, Brandies, 'Whiskies and Cigars
can’t tell ye, sir; but she
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N. B.—ThiirtWd wUl Nb told in smaller kept.
not dripping drunk, as usual.
last evening as if
•parcel«, if desire«!.
DRINKS, 121 CENTS.
all in a year had she not lost her breath.” she had not seen the like uv Mm, an*
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t *' r * * *’ i s
G igantic F amily .—The tallest
it’s engaged I b*lave they are, sir.”
NO CREDITIX THE FUTURE— it don’t
in Lowell, Mass., is Columbus
A correspondent of the R. F.
Sy. Families needing.anvthingin my line
T^’ier, a bar-tender, who is seven feet Chronicle thinks Shacknasty Jim’s
n always be suppliM-With the pnre«t and
T he L ord of R ivers .—The Ama
l»est to be found on the Coast. Give me a
he proprietor , jos . wi ^ tterer , two inches in height, 18 years old, and name is derived from the Irish name zon transcends in length, breadth and
call, and you will be w»ellaaihtfied.
h«a now on hand and is constantly nian- weighs 215 pounds. His father is six O’Shaughnessy. His real name was magnificence the Mississippi, the Nile
VEIT ß. C.H UTZ.
ufkctmAdg the best Lager Beer In Southern feet five inches in height, his mother
Shag Nasty Jim, and was changed to and the Yangtse. It is about 4,000
Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to
AH Xfada «f Jolr Mating
nasty by Bogart the first corres miles in its extreme length, and 180
R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY TN-
of "the Chronicle at the lava miles wide at its mouth. Ihirty-five
forms the citizen« of Jacksonville and
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anrroaindhpg country that be in new mann- i / ’ 5 '
beds and was given him by the set miles inland its width is 10 miles, and
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fa« turuu5. and wiU constantly keep on hand
Q a Tfl QOA ^er
home. Terms average height of the family being six tlers In the valley, without any cor- at a distance of 2,800 miles from Its
04V free. Address G. STINSON
the very best of I^ger Beer. Those wishing
mouth it -measures o00 yards in u idth.
feet six inches.
I ruption of name. •
A Co., Portland, Maine.
a cool glass of beer should give me a call. i
The Times Office.
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