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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
Official Paper for Jackson & Josephine
Published Every Friday Morning, By
EDITOR ANO PROPRIETOR.
•OFFICE—On Orceron Street, in Orth’s Brick
Rates of SubscriptH»u :
•One copy, per annum,............................. $3.<10
six months. ...
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE II, 1875.
T. A. DAVIS.
F. K. ARNOLD.
T. A. DAVIS & CO
STATE OF OREGON.
Dr. L. DANFORTH,
<Governor,....................................... L. F. GroA-er
Nct rotary of State................... S. F. Chadwick
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
L H. Brown
state Printer ............................. M. A’. Brown Has rrmov«’<l to Jacksonville, and tenders WHO L E S A L E DRUGGISTS,
Snp’t of Public Instruction...L. L. Rowland
his profess ional services to the public.
Office and residence on Third street, oppo
FIRST JUniOTAJ. DISTRICT.
71 FRONT STREET,
site and east of the M. E. Church.
< ’irouit _Tii11 <»
..................... ................. P. P. Prim
l)ÌMtri<*t Attnriicv............... . .......... IL K. Hanna
J. H. STINSON,
Vonntv Judge................. ............E. B. Watson j ATTORNEY and COl’NSELOR-AT-L AW,
(John O'Brien, j
fonntv Commissioners. ..... « M. A. Huoston
AND JUSTICE OF THE PFACE.
TVE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
-Sheriff................................ ........ J. XV. Manning
II a complete stock of
VIerk.................................. ......... E. D. Fondrnv |
Treasurer.......................... ................... K. Rubli
A sspssor............................ ........ XV. A . < 'hilders 1 Office one block north ot Court House,
S’.-ha<'! Snp<»rinten«lent,. ......... H.
Flemintr j .Jacksonville, Oregon.
............................ J. S. Howar«!
IVroner............................ .............. H. T. Dtlow
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICI.ES,
H. K. HANNA,
'Officiai Paper................... .D emocratic T imes
ATTORNEY ft COUNSELOR AT T.AW,
County Judge........... :............... M. F. Baldwin
Connrv <'em tn loners....... f
n Z iv .’ I
Will practice in all tho Courts of the State. GLASSWARE, IFÆV7XHK GLASS,
Sheriff,............ ............................ Dan. L. Green
Prompt attention given to all business left
Clerk............... '.......................Chas. Hutrhes
in my care.
PAINTS, OILS AND
Tre.n«’’-.>r....................................... Win. Naucke Office iii Court House—upstairs.
A«sessnr........................................................ John Howell
School Supr rinteinlent................. B. F. Sloan
PAINTER'S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
K. B. WATSON.
Rurvrvor,........ —............... .. ..... IV. N. S»»iulers C. W. KAHLER.
..............................Geo. E. Bricifs
KAHLER ft WATSON,
Official Paper.................... D emocratic T imes
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
—Circuit Court, second
Mon<lav in Febrnarv. June nn<l November.
Conntv Court, first Monday in each month. Will practice in the Supreme, District and
.To’H'TtMnr Cotrntu.— Circuit Court, fourth
other < ’onrts of this State.
Sole Agents for Oregon for the cele
Monday in Anril and four'll Mnndav in Oc- Office in Court House—upstairs.
brated CARBOLIC SHEER DIP, which
tnber. Conn'v Court, first Monday in Jan I
kills Ticks, Lice and all parasites on sheep,
uary, April. Jnlv and October.
and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
Justice of the Pence................... J. H. Stinson ATTORNEY ft COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Constable................................... A. M. Asbury
TOWN OF JACKSONVII.T.E.
f C. C. Bookman, Pres’t,
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
j Sol. Sachs.
Prompt attention given to all business en
Cor. Cal. ft Oregon Sts.,
. ' John Miller.
I Honrv Judire,
Office in tHe building formerly occupied by
I K. Kubli.
Kahler ft Watson, opposite Court House. Jacksonville,
...J’. S. TTavdon
...... Henrv Pano
....... Silas J. Dav
CALLENDER ft MATTHIAS,
UKXEBAL NOTES AN» XEWS.
THE COMI FINII ìllldi.
Rev. E. Ilammond, the noted revi
valist, is on liis Way to Oregon.
In Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska
the grasshoppers are marching on.
Sam Simpson has succeeded Joo
Gaston as editor of tho Portland Bulle
In Norway the longest day is three
months. The morning papers there
are published quarterly.
Fires are still raging in portions of
Perinsvlvania with loss of life and
great damage to property.
Thirteen thousand dollars in gold
were taken out of the Virtue mine, in
Baker county, during the first twenty
days of May.
Beef must ho very cheap at XValla
Walla, W. T. II. B. Day furnishes
the Government with beef there for
$2.12 per hundred pounds.
The municipal elections held in Vir
ginia last week show Democratic vic
tories with large gains. This result
is general throughout the State.
The Government will not put in cir
culation any of the silver coinage, in
pursuance of the resumption act, until
the price of gold lias fallen to about 1.10.
Mrs. Abraham Lincoln attempted to
commit suicide the other day y, at Chi
cago, but was prevented by friends.
She lias now been placed in a private
The quantity of iron to be used in
the construction of the Centennial
buildings will aggregate about 6,000
tons, of which inure than five-sixths
will be wrought.
The executive committee of the
State Sunday School Convention met
in Portland week before last, and fixed
on the 24th, 25th and 26th days of Au
gust for holdirg next annual meeting.
IIOW A NECROMANCER CAME TO GRIEF.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
Advertisements will be inserted in the
T imes at the following rates :
One square, ono insertion.........................$3.00
each subsequent one............ LOO
Legal advertisements inserted reasonably.
A fair reduction from the aboA’e rates made
toyearly and time a«lvertisers.
Yearly advertisements payable quarterly.
Job printing neatly and promptly execut
ed, and at reasonable rates.
C ounty W arrants always taken at par.
Our readers will retnemlier Meach
am’s visit here some months ago, to
Max Adder relates the following :
procure representatives of different In
tribes in this vicinity and Oregon,
Several of tho magicians who per
form in public do what they call the from which he selected Harney and
“gold fish trick.” The juggler upon wife of the Rogue Rivers, Dave Hill
the stage throws a handkerchief over and Tecumseh of the Klamaths, and
his extended arm, and produces in Toby Riddle, of the Modocs, with her
succession three or four shallow glass white husband, Frank Riddle. On his
dishes, filled to the brim with water, way east, he failed to secure a repre
in which are gold fish swimming. Of sentative of the Piutes in Nevada, but
course, the dishes are concealed some obtained two of the Modoes at Indian
how upon tho person of the performer. Territory, as well as other Indians.
Peter Lamb, tho young fellow who Oliver Applegate returned to this Coast
lives near me, discovered how the with Harney and wife and Tecumseh,
trick was done, and ho offered to do it the former arriving here Sunday, and
the otiier night, at Magruder’s party, the two latter the day previous. We
for the entertainment of the company. interviewed Harney, the Rogue Riv
So tho folks gathered in one end of the er Chief, who seems to be an educated
parlor, and in a few moments Lamb and intelligent Indian, having boon
entered the door at the other end. He raised at the Siletz reservation, and
therefore as fully civilized as the white
“Ladies and gentleman, you will people. He says the troupe met with
perceive that I have nothing about me very good success, and traveled con
except my ordinary clothing and yet siderable, giving exhibitions in all the
I shall produce presently two dishes principal towns and cities. In somo
filled with water and living fish. Please places the religious people did not ap
prove of their war dances or any other
watch me narrowly.”
Then Peter Hung tho handkerchief dances, and did not patronize them, •
over his hand and arm, and we could else they might have been more suc
see that lie was working his way vigo cessful. They visited the President
rously at something beneath it. He on their way, and remained in Wash
continued for some moments, and still ington al)out a month, visiting tho
the gold iisli did not appear. Then he various places of interest, with car
began to grow very red in the face, riages at their disposal to ride xvhere-
and we saw that something was the ever they desired. In New York they
matter. Then the perspiration began lost Dave Hill, supposed to l>o kid
to stand on Peter’s forehead, and Mrs. napped, in the hope of obtaining a re
Magruder asked him if he was well. ward. He had evidently gone out
Then the company laughed and the alone, and disappeared very myste
magician grew redder. But lie kept riously, without any clue to his abrupt
on fumbling beneath the handkerchief departure. Every nook and corner of
and apparently trying to reach under the city was diligently searched by
his coat-tails. Then we heard some the police, and dispatches sent every
thing snap, and the next moment a where to discover his whereabouts, but
quart of water ran down the wizard’s without success up to this date. It is
P H Y SI C I A NS AND SURGEONS, Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment
also supposed that his kidnappers have
left leg and spread over the carpet.
of furniture, consisting of
By this time he looked as if the taken him to Europe, for exhibition
Jacksonville I miff Xo. in, I.0. D. F„
there, and that he was probably taken
Jacob Stoddard, aged 74, was mar grave would be a welcome refuge. But on board the steamship Schiller, lately
Holds its regular mei'fings evorv
Satnrdav evening at t he < >< 1< 1 Fel-
ried on the 4th, in New York, to still he continued to feel around under wrecked on the Scilly Islands. A full
handerchief' At last another snap
Hall. Brothers in good standing are Having farmed a co-partnership for the prac
Amanda Norwood, aged 11. Stod the
tice of our profession, we offer our ser
invite«! to attend.
heard, and one more quart of wa description of Hill was telegraphed to
vices to the public.
dard’s former wife, with whom he had ter plunged
C. W. SAVAGE, N. G.
down his right leg and Europe, so that there can be no trouble
J.P' Office on California Street, opposite the
Snr,. S xrrrs. Doc. Sce’v.
Union Livery Stable.
formed a pool about his shoe. Then in identifying him. Dave Hill was the
Jsu'ob Tsh, Isaac ¡¡tachs, Kaspar Kubli,
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
the necromancer hurriedly said that head chief of the Klamaths, now quar
PARLOR ft BEDROOM SUITS,
Dr. J. C. BELT,
Paul Boynton, who started to cross the experience had somehow failed tered on the Klamath reservation near
JntksfinvilD Stamm Xo. II5, F. 0. R. M..
the English Channel on May 27th in and he darted into the dining room. Fort Klamath, a well informed Indian
PHYSICIAN AND S U R G E ON ,
Hold« its retrnlar rnneHntrs evorv Thursday
his life-saving suit, succeeded in the I followed him and found him sitting and good orator, and his people will
Also Doors, Sash and Blinds always on
•pyeu'iitr at the Odd Fellows' Hall. Brothers
He landed next morning at on the sofa, trying to remove his pan no doubt be much excited over his
hand and made to order. Planing done on
Ju good standing are invited tn attend.
kidnapping. Tecumseh, the medicine
Undertaking a spe 3 o’clock, having made the passage in taloons. He exclaimed :
F. GROB, O. C.
S imox C aco . R, S.
23 hours and 38 minutes.
“O, gracious! come here quickly, man, who arrived with Harney, is also
Trustee*—Herman V. Helms, E. Jacobs, Having located in the town of Jacksonville,
tor tlie purpose of practicing Surgery and
The Salem Record says : There is and pull these off! They’re soakin’ considered a head man in the tribe.
other branches of his profession, respect
not much wool being brought in, and wet, and I’ve got fifteen live gold fish Donald McKy, the Chief of the Warm
fully asks a portion of the public patron
Omnnian Porahnntns Trih- Xo. 1. Im- age.
we understand the granges are looking inside my drawers flopping’ around Spring Indians, who exhibited such
Office—Second door north of the U.
nroved or«ler of Red Men. holds its
CITY DRUCr STORE, out to do the best they can for produc and raspin’ the skin with their fins great bravery and skill in fighting the
■" "* stated «‘onncil.s at thè Red Men's
ers in disposing of the Oregon clip. enough to make a man crazy. Ouch ! Modoes at the lava beds, is in the poor
Hall thrthir«! snn in evorv seven snns, in
*thc o’crhth run. A mrdial invitation to all
The market has taken no definite O, Moses ! Hurry the shoe off and grab house at Boston. Riddle and wife are
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
brothers in srood standin?.
that fish there at my left knee, or I’ll in New York, with Meacham, w’here
shape, but .prices rule low.
SOL. SACHS, S.
they intend to remain. Harney and
have to howl right out !’’
C. W. S avaoe , C. of R.
The Brewers’ Congress, recently in
Then we undressed him and picked Tecumseh remained in town a couple
HE NEW FIRM OF KAHLER ft B ro .
have the largest and most complete
the fish out of his clothes, and I dis of days, the former visiting some of
Oreuon Division Xo. 1,
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES.
covered that he had had two dishes the Indians about here and having a
•Sons an«l Dantrhfers of Temperance, meets
talk with them. Harney goes back to
r>n Tnesilav evening of each Avock in the
! DRUGS, MEDICINES ft CHEMICALS, the stringent rules of revenue officers. full of water and covered with india
Rod Men’s ►Tall. Brothers and sisters in
reservation, and Tecumseh to
rubber and the tops strapped inside his !
he scholastic year of this
■good siandintr are
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also
trowsers behind. In his struggles to Klamath reservation. Scarface Char
», W. P.
of August, and is divide«! in four sessions, ll
get at them he had torn the covers ley and Shacknasty Jim accompanied
.1. R. W ade , R. S.
of eleven weeks each. The following are the n
to rags. We fixed him up a pair of the expedition at the East, and have
Worrn loilf Xo. 10. L F. «V A. Yl.. Board and tuition, per term,............ .$40.00
The Salem Statesman says Cal. Geer, Magruder’s trowsers, which were six also returned to the reservation in In
X JF Holds Hs regular communications Bod and Bedding................................. . 4.00
And a great variety ot PERFUMES and of Marion county, has a graded Me inches too short for him. He says dian Territory,* where Capt Jack’s
nn the Wedncsdav eveninsrs or pre- Drawing and painting........................ . 8.00 TOILET ARTICLES, including the best and
band is quartered.— Yreka Journal.
•ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore Piano........................ '............................. .. 15.00 cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER rino ewe on hi#place, near Silverton, now, that the next time lie gives ex
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
that gave birth to a lamb the other hibitions in public, he intends to con
Entrance fee, only once,.................. .. 5.00 FUMED SOAPS in this market.
T he F igures . —“There, my dear
M ax M elt . er , Sec’y.
■rPrescriptions carefully compounded. day that measured 31 inches from his fine himself to ventriloquism.
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
wife, there is the set of jewelry which
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
nose to the root of his caudal append
Rn’h Rpb'knh Dfrrrc Lods? Xo. 1.1. 0. 0. F., I Primary, per term,............................. A fl.OO
have so long waited for,” said a
age ; was 20 inches in heigth, eight
L exington , Kentucky, has turned Detroiter as he laid a package before
Holds its regular mcetin'is on every other Junior,
..................................... 8.00 TABLE ROCK SALOON,
inches through the lieart and weighed out another marvel of a racer—Search
M<»ndav evening at Odd Fellows Hall. Senior,
his wife, the other evening.
Afe:nl»ers in good standinir arc invited to
er—a three-year-old, by Enquirer, who
Pupils are-receive« 1 at any time, and their
“Oh ! my dear old darling, how much
K. KUBLI, N. G.
terms will bo counted from the day of their
in the mile race May 13th made the did it cost ?” she inquired as she tore
R achel F isher . R. S.
entrance. For further particulars apply at WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors.
ing to the Sioux chief, Red Cloud, distance in 1:41 i —the best mile time it off the paper.
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
have for months kept up a most vil is said ever made in thiacountry. His
“And. what’s this mark, ‘$8.50,’ on
competitors were Light Coin, three the card for ?” she asked, as she held
Hold* its regular meotimrs nt the District
H. F. JOHNSON,
he proprietors of this well -
School lion*e every Friday evening.
Late Bush ft Co. Late of Johnson ft Hearn.
known and popular resort would in as well as the Government, by furnish- years old, by Lightning, and Misfort it up and looked at it with suspicion in
CHAS. NICKELL, President.
form their friends and the public generally ing the very poorest quality of meat1 une, four years old, by Gilroy; both her eyes.
C itas . J. H oward . Sec’y.
BUSH & JOHNSON,
that a complete and first-class stock of the and flour, and making greatly exagger wore distanced. A report says : “The
“That—that mark—why, that means
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand.
that they paid only $8.50 to have the
JOHN t. CARTER SON, Forwarding & Commission Merchants, They
will be pleased to have their friends is hardly probable thatanything further been seen before; he went round the jewelry made,” he replied.
“call and smile.”
than a white-washing investigation of turn like a flash of lightning.” Be think, darling, of their grinding a
the charges against these Government fore the race it was announced that poor, hard-working artisan down to
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also he found
“the winner would be sold at auction $8.50 I”
here. We would lie pleased to have persons thieves will be made.
to the highest bidder, any excess over
X17E AKE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
possessing curiosities and specimens bring
She was satisfied with the explana
11 all kinds of Painting, including
price at which he was entered tion,
TERMINUS OF C. AND O. RAILROAD. them in, and we will place them in the<’ab- is almost boiling over.
and he whispered to himself:
Legislative ($1,500) to be given to the second
inet for inspection.
a mule I was not to change
XVTNT.TEN ft nELMS.
seats are to be warmly contested. The horse.” There was no second horse,
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
to $50.”— Detroit Free Freja.
Democrats claim several scats, also however, both the winner’s antagonists
ark goods care b . ft J. also
claimed by Republicans, on the ground having been shut out, and it was de
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
buy Wool, Hides, Deer Skins, Sheep
T he latest amusement is termed the'
that the Iwllots were cast in an illegal cided that the owner, Mr. J. B. Rhodes,
LIME FOR SALE,
AL Styles of Graining Done.
’s Delight,” and is performed
manner. The Radicals, on the other was entitled to the full price the colt
Wetrust our knowledge of business and
manner : Take a sheet
Orders from the country prom pt 1 v attend tho wants of our patrons is a guarantee that
hand, say that the Governor and Coun sold for. lie was bought by Mr.
wo will do business to their entire satisfac
have no power beyond declaring Robert W. Woolley, of Louisville, for of note paper, fold it up carefully and
BRICK LAYING A PLASTERING DONE. cil
those elected who appear to be elected, $5,000—it being understood, however, enclose an amount sufficiently large
Reading, April 13, 1875.
FARM FOR SALE.
without inquiring into the legality of that the purchase was for Mr. Rhodes. to pay up arrears and a year in ad
Because of Governor Searcher is regarded as the most prom vance. And what adds immensely to
undersigned would here - the election.
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS, he
rniiE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
the feat is to send along the name of a
bv inform the public that he. has ONE XVeston’s honest position in the mat
ising horse in the country.
I sale his farm situated on Antelope creek.
new subscriber with cash to balance.
C alifornia S treet ,
ter a howl for his impeachment is going
12 miles oast of Jacksonville, containing 4X0
Creek Lime for sale cheap. Persons wish
Keep your eye on the printer, and if
■acres of land, 400 acres being good farming
ing Brick-laying or Plastering done in tho up from the Radical papers of that
T he quartz and cinnabar mines of you detect a smile the trick is a suc
land and under fence. It is a good grain Webb ft Janes,
Proprietor*. best style and at reasonable rates will do State.
Southern Oregon are added to by im cess. Try it!— Carthage Patriot.
farm and sheep ranch, well watered and
well to call on me. For further information
tfood house« and barns upon it.
portant and valuable discoveries each
inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
TERMS OF SALE—<11 per acre, one-half
one but the choicest and best
to inaugurate a change in the registered week, and each day that passes there
A man must invest himself near at
down, the balance to s-nit purchaser.
Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1875.
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
J. W. SIMPSON.
and in common things, and be
N. B.—This land will be sold in smaller
letter pouches, with special locks be light which would lead us to believe content with a steady and moderate
DRINKS, 12| CENTS.
parcel*, if desired.
tween the more prominent offices, by that tbe mineral resources of that part return, if he would know the blessed
which means the manipulation of reg of the State are not yet one-halfdevel- ness of a cheerful heart, and the sweet
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—It don’t
pay. Families needing anything in my line THIRD STREET, JACKSONVILLE, OR., isters en route will be avoided and oped. There is no doubt that South ness of a walk over the round earth.
«•an always lie supplied with
greater security insured. The system ern Oregon is the great mineral region This is a lesson the American has yet
best to be found on the Coast. Give me a
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
will first be introduced upon the of4this State, and is destined to find in to learn—tho capability of amusement
call, and you will be well satisfied.
through lines between Boston and her mines at an early day wealth on a low key.
Orleans, including Cincinnati and equalling perhaps that of most favored
All Kinds of Job Printing
THROUGH TICKETS, 12 J C ents .
“G eorge , dear, don’t you thin your
St. Louis, and between New York and portions of Nevada.— Portland Journal,
R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN-
are rather extravagant; eating butter
San Francisco. If the results upon
fbrms the citizens of Jacksonville and NEATLY A CHEAPLY EXECUTED A
hoice wines , liquors and ci these routes prove satisfactory, the sys
D r . L ivingstone found that an with that delicious jam ?” “No in
surrounding country that he is now manu
gars constantly on hand. The reading tem will be applied to all distributing ostrich could run at the astonishing deed, love, don’t you see, the same
facturing, and will constantly keep on hand
table Is also supplied with Eastern periodi
the very best of Lager Beer. Those wishing
piece of bread does (or both.”
speed of twenty-six miles an hour.
and leading papers of the Coast.
a cool glass of IreeT should give me a call.
The Times Office.