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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
kThc ¿Dnudfrath Biinrs.
Official Paper for Jackson & Josephine
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“ ’ six months.........................
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UENERAL NOTE« ANU NEWS.
with good organization, victory was
H ell .—The word “hell,” a transla
of tho Greek word “Gehenna,” is
STATE OF OREGON.
Hon. A. C. Barstow, U. S. Indian
Dr. L. DANFORTH,
Last fall Senator Jewell, of Umatil a term used to designate tho Valley of
....................................... L. E Grover
Commissioner, is inspecting the
S'ecret.arv of State,................... S. F. Chadwick
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
county, purchased five Spanish Hinnom. This valley bounds Jerusa
agencies in this State.
State Treasurer,.......................... N.H. Brown
merino bucks, which he has just lem on the north, and lies below Mount
State Printer.............................. .M. "N . Brown Has removed to Jacksonville, and tenders WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
sheared. They yielded, in the aggre Zion—a scone of sacred and imperish
Sup’l of Public instruction... L. T*. Rowland I his professional service* to the public.
gate, 112} pounds. Four of them able associations. In this valley Mo-
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Office and residence on Third street, oppo
T1 FRONT STREET,
were sheared about 11 months ago, lock, the national god of the Amorites
...... P. P. Prim
Jefferson Davis will accept tho Pres and tho fifth was sheared only about was worshipped with the horrid and
J. H. STINSON.
PORTLAND, OREGON. idency of the Texas Mechanical and 9 months ago. Mr. Jowell has finished inhuman rite of sacrificing children in
County Judge.............................. F. B. Watson ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-1.\W,
shearing his sheep, and the total aver tho fire. When Josiah, in his con
Agricultural College at Bryan.
( John O’Brien, I
age is 5 j pounds apiece. Mr. J. fed quest, overthrew this idolatry, he
County Commissioners...... j M A.Hueston i
his sheep over 100 tons of hay during poured contempt upon the infernal
..........J. W. Manning
practice of easting into the valley the
been negotiated, except about $85,000,-
Treasurer,...................... ......................K. Kubli
bones of the departed. In theestima-
........................ .......... W.
Childers Office one block north oi Court House,
From Mr. Marks, the Roseburg tion of the old Hebrews the bones of
School Superintendent ........... H. C. Fleming
JYff/fffZco/er loams that tho shaft has
Survovor........................ . ..............I. S. Howard
Flax is a profitable crop in Oregon. been sunk 40 feet on the Nonpareil the dead caused the greatest of pollu
Coroner.......................... ................ H. T. Tnlow
! PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES, If every farmer in the State would
tions. Whatever person, place or
H. K. HANNA,
cinnabar ledge. A tunnel will be run things they touched were forthwith
Official Paper................. ...D emocratic T imes
produce it the demand would still keep in from the foot of the hill. The com
ATTORN FA’ A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
considered “unclean.” Hence the Val
up a steadj’ price.
pany is satisfied of the richness of the ley of Ilinnom, this Gehenna, this
County Judge........................... M. F. Baldwin
By tho decision of the Supreme ledge, and have ordered their machin “hell,” having been the receptacle of
f S. Messenger.
County < ommissioners,...... | j.,nwx, Xoolv.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State. G L .1 .S’.S’ II ’ A RE, H 'INDO IF G¿.1NN, Court of Ohio funds belonging to ery from below. They expect to be human remains which Josiah threw
Sheriff,........................................ Dan. T». Green
Prompt attention given to all business left
lienevolent six ieties have been declared operating this fall. A. Marks was into it, was considered a place tho
in mv care.
PAINTS, OILS AND
subject to taxation.
offered $10,000 for his one-fourth in most polluted and accursed. From
Treasurer...................................... Wm. Vaucke Office in Court House—upstairs.
A *«o««or........................................ J oh n TT owol 1
A tiny black fly is said to bo killing terest one day last week by A. J. this circumstance it became a common
School Superintendent • .................B.
’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
E. B. WATSON.
the grasshoppers in Colorado, and the Burnett, but refused to sell.
Surveyor..................................... W. N. Sanders C. W. KAHLER.
receptacle for all tho refuse of the city
Coroner....................................... Goo. F. Brigg*
Letters have recently been received of Jerusalem. Here large quantities
ranchmen are praying that it may
KAHLER A WATSON,
Official Paper..................... D emocratic T imes
by Col. W. W. Chapman from tho of decomposing vegetable and anima!
achieve a complete victory.
Jacob Nye, an old Oregonian, died English capitalists who are interested matter were constantly thrown. This
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ITC.
.fzTcI-aon CbwnD/.—Circuit Court, second
at his residence above Lebanon, Linn in the proposed construction of the putrescent matter generated an abun
Monday in February. .Tune nn<1 November.
county, aged about 83. He was a Ma Portland, Dallesand Salt Lake railway. dance of worms ; the worm here nev
County Court, first Monday in each month. Will practice in the Supreme, District and
JnvnVnr Cnt/wb/.—Circuit Court, fourth
son, and was buried with Masonic The company thus interested has er died. To prevent the noxious
other Courts of th is State.
ordered a preliminary survey to be effluvia springing from this mass of
Monday in Anril and fourth Monday in Oc Office in Court House—upstairs.
brated ('AKnOLTC SHEi r DIP, which honors.
tober. County Court, first Monday in Jan
made of the proposed route for the corruption, poisoning the atmosphere
, kill* Ticks, Lice and all parasites on nheep.
uary, April, Julv and October.
distance of 200 miles. The surve.y will and breathing disease and death in
and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
j acksonvii . i . e precinct .
notorious Schultz had on him when he commence at a point m ar East Port the heart of the city, fires were kept
I foot rot. Circular sent on application.
Justice of the Peace....................J. H. Stinson ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-L AW,
escajied from the penitentiary in 1871, land and extend to Umatilla. We burning day and night. This valley,
Constable................................... A. M. Asbury
has just been found near tho State understand that a surveying party therefore, was literally a place where
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
will soon be in the field. This will be “the worm never died, and where the
C. C. Beekman, Pres’t,
i Sol. Sachs.
intelligence to the friends fire was never quenched.”
Illicit whisky is declared subject to
I Prompt attention given tn all business en
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
i trusted to my care.
confiscation, even if in honest dealers’ I of the road.
I ndia B i bber S idewalks . —India
The quickest trip from a home in rubber sidewalks are coming into fash
Oregon. hands, and if the dealers are shown to
Kahler A* Watson, opposite Court House. Jacksonville,
I m ? accomplices, the penalty is twice the East to a home in the West comes
Recorder..................... ................. F. S. Havden
ion out west. For small towns they
’r^essnrer.................... ................... Hcnrv l'âne
the amount of the tax.
to us from the vine-clad hills of old are admirable—combining economy
Marshal...................... . ............. J. P. McDaniel J. A. CALLENDER, M. P. [ A.C. MATTHIAS. M. D.
Rtreef Commissioner .................... Sila« J. Dav
Columbia conference of the M. 1*3. Yamhill. A family left their home in with durability. The first experiment
CALLENDER & MATTHIAS.
church South will convene in Albany Missouri on the 3d of Mav. They ar- was made at Danville, Iowa, where
PHYSICIANS A ND S U It GEONS, Keep« constantly on hand a full assortment
on the 15th of September, with Bishop rived at McMinnville on the 19th ult., three hundred yards were put down
of furniture, consisting of
H. II. Kavanaugh presiding, who is secured a house, and on the 20th set on one of the principal streets. All
JwkMinvilk Lod*r No. 10. I, 0.0. F..
expected to arrive in Oregon some tled down to housekeeping, having the boys in the place ran over it, but
TT<>1d* its regular meowin'»* evorv
made the great “plains across,” the there was no noise. A leading mer
time in July.
Saturday evening at the Odd Fel
circuit of the ocean coast and our river
low’s Hall. Brothers in good standing are Having farmed a co-partnor*liip for the prac
A Coos Bay letter to the Reporter and inland journeys, and become citi chant stopped in front of his house ;
tice of our prof»''»«!on, we offer our ser- !
Invited to attend.
vices to the public.
says every steamer from San Francisco zens of McMinnville, in the short space then jumped on his heels. The elastic
€. W. SAVAGE, N. G.
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
is crowded with immigrants. Many of seventeen days. If they have a forces hidden in the rubber threw him
S ot ,. S achs . Pec. See’v.
Union Livery Stable.
Jaenb Tsh, Isaac Sachs, Kaspar Kubli.
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
of them were dissatisfied with Califor trip on record over in the Old World over the gate to the roof of the piazza.
But after a few trials he was able to
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS, nia, and have come to Oregon to bet that can beat this, we would like to
Dr. J. C. BELT.
on the steps with the graceful
ter their condition.
11”, r. 0. R. IL
1’ II Y S I C I A N A N D S U R G F. O N ,
accuracy of a flying squirrel. The
Parties who have been endeavoring
IIoMs its remilnr meetings evorv Thnrsdav
chief drawback to the walk is its odor
A1«n Door«, Sash and Blinds always on to get to the Black Hills country by
evening st the Odd Follow«’ Hall. Brothers
ous familiarity in hot weather, but it
hand and made to order. Planing done on
in good standing are invited tn attend.
Undertaking a spe strategy and otherwise have been Mr. B. II. Bailey has recently dis can be neutralized by a weekly wash of
F. GROB, O. C.
turned back by the military, and in covered what is supposed to be a paint borax and cold tar. Its principal ad
$yw>nx C a ” o . P. S.
Trn«*ee«—Herman V. Tlelms, F. Jacob«, Having located in the town of Jacksonville,
cases their effects burned by the mine, in tho Calapooia mountains, vantage is that it can be stretched.
for the purpose of practicing Surgery and
other branches of his profession, respect
near that valley. The mine or bank As the town grows it js pulled out to
0r»?nniün Pft*ahmfs< Trthr Nft, 1, |m.
paint is said to be very extensive, ward the suburbs. Two yoke of cattle
W. A. Wells brought to the office of
age. Office—Second door north of the U.
* proved order of Red Men. holds ft«
contains three colors. The cor can lengthen it three miles a day.
the Gazette on the 10th a dozen stalks
stated mnneils at the Pod Men’«
' ■ — 1 ■- ■< ♦
of wheat raised on his farm, nine miles respondent sent a sample of the ore—
Hall the third sun in overv «oyen suns, in
T he Chicago Post and Mail of a late
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
northwest of Corvallis. It is of the yellow—which was submitted to the
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
brothers in good standing.
variety known as Nonpareil, and aver
date tells the following good joke on
SOL. SACHS, S.
ages six feet two inches in height.
C. W. S avage . C. of R.
Sloat, who, after giving it a thorough our friend Rollin P. Saxe. That pa
HE NEW FIRM OF KAHLER A B ro .
The latest revised figures of the test, pronounce it yellow ochre, equal per says :
have the largest and most complete
0r?on Division 5o. 1,
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES.
Holyoke disaster are : dead, seventy- in all respects to the American ochre,
R. P. Saxe, of the extensive stock
Son* and Daughters of Temneranc«. men’s
z»n Teesdar erettine of each week tn the
and but little inferior to the French firm of Saxe Bros., of San Francisco,
DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS,
otherwise burned and wounded, twen- ochre.
pnd M-n’s »Ta’l. Rro’ber* and «isterx in
arrived here yesterday morning with a
he scholastic year of this
rood <fandin'»are tnvt‘ed tn .»‘end.
school will commence about the middle
of pure merino rams, en route
DAN’L. ORONEMILIÆR, W. P.
A dispatch dated Salem, June 4th, car-load
of August, and is divided in four sessions, the latest and finest styles of
his ranch on the Pacific slope. At
J. R. W abe , R. S.
of eleven weeks each. The following are the
says : The old Penitentiary building, for
the car wae shunted
originally costing $G0,000, with the for the Stock street
W«m Inis» vo. W, A. F. & A. -W.. Board and tuition, per term,................. «lO.ofl
Yards. “Roll,” deem
Under the act of Congress offering
nolds It* regular communications Bed and Be<l<ling...................................... 4.ol
And a great variety of PERFUMES and one hundred and sixty acres of land to flax mill, shoe shops and saw mill, to ing it more comfortable to ride on the
gether with the machinery of the State
Wednosdav evenin'»* or pre Drawing and painting.............................. .•<.(«) TOILET ARTICLES, including the best and
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville. Ore Piano,........................................................... I.>.00 '•heapest assortment of COMMON and PER an.v person who will plant forty acres Manufacturing Company, and stock of car with the sheep than on the out
side, seated himself on the water butt
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
Entrance fee, only once,....... ................ 5.00 FUMED SOAPS in this market.
of them in trees and cultivate them
Prescriptions carefully compounded. for eight years, about 1,100 had taken shoes and leather and fiax machiney and immediately went to sleep, nod
M ax M ult . fr , See’y.
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
and flax on hand of the Smith Broth
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
up 170,000 acres of land in Minnesota ers, was entirely consumed by fire this ding at a furious rate. The patriarch of
Rn^h R"h’kih Ibrr?» loi*» 5o. 4,1. 0. 0- F-. Primary, per term.....................
the flock, considering Saxe’s nods as
afternoon, the convicts working hard so
.................................... «.00 TABLE ROCK SALOON, up to January.
notd* its regular meetings on every other Junior,
many challenges to combat, went
Mondar evening at Odd Fellows Hall. Senior,
A special to the Chicago Tribune to help subdue the flames. The total for him after the manner of his kind.
Mendiera in good standing am Invited to
Pupils are received at any time, and their
speaks of the reception of some gold estimated loss is $29,009, of which tho If R. P. Saxe can spare time to have
K. Kl BI.I, N. G.
terms will lie counted from the day of their
R aciifî . Fi«tm. R. S.
entrance. For further particulars apply at WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. quartz specimens from the Black Hills State Manufacturing Company lose his clothes washed, he will I m ? around
countrj’ which contain from one-eighth $5,090 ; the Smith Brothers, $2,009, to sec his friends inffore he leaves for
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
to one-half gold, and there are miles of and the State, $13,000. Theextensive ’Frisco, but it will be some weeks be
Hohl* its regular meeting* at the District
H. F. JOHNSON,
the prison fore bis nose regains its usual propor
HE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WF.LL- ledges like them. The Indians wore stables belonging on
School House every Friday evening.
Late Bush <t Co. | Late of Johnson A Hearn.
known and popular resort would in troublesome, and the party that brought grounds and other buildings were only tion and position.”
CH AS. NICKELL, President.
their friends and the public generally them in were obliged to leave.
saved by the mo*t strenuous efforts of
('HA*. J. H oward , See’v.
that a complete and first-class stock of the
BUSH & JOHNSON,
the citizens ami convicts. The erigin
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and
S tate C entral C ommittee .—The
The Coos Bay Neus says : «A great of
the fire is unknown, supposed to be Democratic
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand. many valuable sea otters have been
State Central Committee
JOHN r. CARTER & SON. Forwarding & Commission Merchants, They
will be pleased to have their friends
killed near Port Orford. Mr. Lccdman chinery.
is to meet at Portland on the24lh inst.
“call and smile.”
brought seven skins to this city a few
The following gentlemen compose said
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also be found days since, worth from $50 to $100
T he following docksologer is from committee :
here. We would l>e pleased to have jiersons each. A year ago a small schooner
Baker, Jno. Baker; Benton, D.
E ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
possessing curiosities and specimens bring was seen for several months, in search a Mississippi quill driver, and has a
Columbia, S. A. Miles; (loos,
all kinds of Painting, including
TERMINUS OF C. AND O. RAILROAD. them in, and we will place them in the Cab of them, but wo have not heard of any local application :
; Clatsop, A. Van Dusen ;
inet for inspection.
WINTJEN A HELMS.
Curry, I’lummcr Emery; Clackamas,
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
The Portland Journal says a change Springs, one of them, we are informed, W. JI. Vaughn ; Douglas, Aaron Rose;
ark goods care b . <t j . also
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
has occurred in the directorship of the observed a large sized patch on the Grant, W. B. Lasswell; Jackson, H.
buy Wool, Hides, Deer Skins, Sheep
Oregon Central (Winnemucca) Rail seat of our pants, and mado merry Klippel; Jo sephine, E. N. Tolin; Linn,
AL Styles of Graining Done.
We trust our knowledge of business and
road Company, Messrs. W. 3. Ladd, over tho discovery. Well, we do wear N. Price ; Lane, John M. Thompson ;
Orders from the country promptly attend the wants of our patrons is a guarantee that
II. W. Corbett, D. P. Thompson and old clothes it is true, but we might Marion, Jno. F. Miller; Multnomah,
we will do business to their entiro satisfac
BRICK LAYING & PLASTERING DONE, Henry Falling having been elected to afford to treat ourselves to better ones, E. Semple; Polk, D. J. Holmes;
Reading, April 13, 1875.
succeed Theo. Weygant, W. H. Wat- if the husband of the one wo refer to Union, J. II. Slater; Umatilla, J. L.
FARM FOR SALE.
kinds, E. Quackenbush and E. G. would come to tho office and pay us Story; Wasco, Jos. M. Paxton ; Wash-
: ington, E. Chinette; Yamhill, W. T.
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS,
he undersigned offers for
bv inform the public that he has ONE Hughes, resigned.
$18 which ho has been owing us a Newby ; Tillamook, W. II. Faucett
sale hl* farm situated on Antelope creek.
THOUSAND BUSH ELS of superior Jackson Only one objection to the plan pro long time, for subscription and job
C alifornia S treet ,
12 miles east of Jacksonville, containing 480
Creek Lime for sale cheap. Persons wish
acres of land. 400 acres being good farming
ing Brick-laying or Plastering done in the posed in Kansas of offering a bounty work.”
W hat it W ill do .—If a mechanic
land and under fence. It is a good grain Webb A Jones, » • . Proprietors. best style and at reasonable rates will do of $4 per bushel of catching grasshop
This brought tho money.
clerk saves only 2} cents a day,
farm and sheep ranch, well watered and
well to "call on me. For further information pers, occurs to us. It is the fear that
from the time he is twenty-one until
good house* and barns upon it.
inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
some of the adventurers who have been
TERMS OF SALE—«11 per acre, one-half
G. W. HOLT.
L et no l>oy bo too proud to work. ho is threescore and ten, the aggregate,
one but the choicest and best
raiding the country in behalf of the Let no boy be ashamed of a hard fist with interest, will amount to $2,900 ;
Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1875.
down, the balance to suit purchaser.
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
J. W. STMPSON.
Kansas sufferers will go into the busi or a sunburned countenance. Let him and a daily saving of 27 A cents reaches
N. B.—This land will be sold in smaller
ness of raising grasshoppers for the l>e ashamed only of dishonesty ami the important sum of $59,000. A six
DRINKS, 121 CENTS.
parcels, if desired.
purpose of securing the bounty.
idleness. Let no boy be ashamed of pence saved daily will provide a fund
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
pay. Families needing anything in^ny line
Senator Thurman, in a speech at the poverty. Let him bo ashamed only of of $7,009—sufficient to purchase a
can always be supplied with the purest and
good farm. There are few employees
meeting of the Ohio State Central ignorance and sloth.
best to be found on the Coast. Give me a
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
who cannot save daily, by abstaining
call, and you will be well satisfied.
the use of cigars, tobacco, liquor,
eryone that unless the Republican
lover finally popped the question and etc., twice or ten times the amount of
All Kinds of Job Printing
THROUGH TICKETS, 12 J C ents . party can carry Ohio this fall its fate the girl answered: “Ofcoursel’ll have the six cent piece. Every person
is sealed, and if the Democrats carry
R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY In
the State it would settle the question you. Why, you fool you, we could should provide for old
forms the citizens of Jacksonville and NEATLY a cheaply executed a
hoice wines , liquors and ci of party ascendancy in the nation, lie have been married three years ago.”
surrounding country that he is now manu
a day will eventually find himself
gars constantly on hand. The reading thought the Democrats should Insist
facturing, and will constantly keep on hand
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi on
of over ¿100,900.
the very beat of Lager Beer. Those wishing
being the attacking party, and,
S ubscribe for the T imes .
cals and leading paper« of the Coast,
The Times Office.
a cool glass oi beer should give mo a call.
T. A. DAVIS.
F. K. ARNOLD. |
T. ft. DAVIS & CO,
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