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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES
Official Paper for 7ackson & Josephine
Published Every Friday Morning, By
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
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T imes at the following rates : .
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to yearly and time advertisers.
Yearly advertisements payable quarterly.
Job printing neatly and promptly execut
ed, and at reasonable rates.
C ounty W arrants always taken at par.
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
OFFICE—On Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
llatcs of Mubscrtptton:
One copy, per annum......... ..................... $3.(Xi
six months.................................. 2JX1
throe months............................. 1.00
Ladies’ and Gentlemens
A ncient B londes .—The red hair
of the Venetian ladies, made so famous
by the poets and painters, was com
monly as artificial as most of the light
hair is of to-day. But If our modern
belles were compelled to take half the
pains to secure the fashionable hue for
their locks that the Venetian ladie9
did, we imagine the blonde style of
beauty would not long retain its favor.
According to the account of a writer
of the sixteenth century (Cesare
Vicilio,) we learn that the houses of
Venice are commonly crowned with
little constructions in wood, resem
bling a turret without a roof. It is in
these that the Venetian woman may
be seen as often, and indeed oftener,
than in their chambers; it is there
that, with their heads exposed to the
full ardor of the sun, during the whole
days, they strain every nerve to aug
ment their charms, as if they needed
it. During the hours when the sun
darts the most vertical and scorching
rays, they repair to these boxes, and
condemn themselves to broil in them
unattended ; seated there they keep
on wetting their hair with a sponge
dipped in some elixir of youth, pre
pared with their own hands or pur
chased. They moisten their hair afresh
as fast as it is dried by the sun, and it
is by the unceasing renewals of this
operation that they become what you
see them—blondes. When engaged in
it they throw over their ordinary dress
a peignoir of white silk, which they
call a chiaronetta. They wear on their
heads a straw hat without a crown, so
that the hair drawn through the
opening may be spread upon the
borders ; this hat, doing double duty
as a drying line for the hair and a
parasol to protect the neck, is called a
solana. In the winter, when the sun
failed, they wet and dried their hair
before the fire. Imagine this slow
torture, ladies, and thank fortune you
can now obey the caprices of fashion
without so severe a demand upon
your powers of endurance.
Die estimated value of the hist
vintage is $100,000,000.
..... !.. F. G rover
T he D alles , June 19,1875.
S. F. Chadwick
Secretary of State
The Fall term of the Albany Colle
M r . E ditor : As I intend spend
.... \. H. Brown
a few days in obtaining specimens
.. M.V. Brown F'A.TSrCY GOODS.
SupT of Public Instruction. L. L. Rowland
6th of September.
of our native grasses and the flora of
FIRST JVOU'tAb PISTRUT.
71 FRONT STREET,
The grasshoppers are destroying Eastern Oregon, as a part of our State
..... P. P. Prim
BOYS’ and GIRIS’
everything green in Western Iowa exhibit at the coming Centennial in
District Attorney,...................... H- K. Hanna
“’76,” permit me to solicit the assist
PORTLAND, OREGON. and Eastern Nebraska.
and co-operation of ladies and
R E A DY-MADE
Grant has read Sherman’s book on gentlemen who can, by combining
County Judge................. ......... Fy B. Watson
I John O’Brien,
the late war, and now ho thinks he pleasure, profitable employment and
! M. A. TTueston
(Grant) wasn’t in said strife.
....... J. W. Manning
BOOTS and SHOES,
useful study, materially assist in rnak-
tV a complete stock of
St. John’s Day—June 24th was inga success of so laudable an undertak
Treasurer.......................... .................. K. Knbli
observed throughout the ing. This department, placed in
GROCERIES, BEDSTEADS <c- CHAIRS,
School Superintendent,. ....... H. C. Fleming
charge of Dr. E. R. Geary, of Albany,
by Free Masons.
Surveyor,.......................... .......... T.. S. Howard i
by a little assistance from individ
............. IL. T. Tnlow
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
George S. Johns, of Forest Grove can,
various localities who love to
has sent 139 kinds of insects to Wash gather rare plants and wild flowers, be
ington by order of the bureau of bug- made not only useful and instructive
to contributors, but also in the fl >ra of
J s. Messenger. LIQ.U0HS, TOBACCO and CIGABS,
G LASSAVA PE, ÌVIXD0W GLASS,
( .Tamos’ Neely.
The National Temperance Conven the Centennial Exhibition a lasting
Sheriff................................. ........ Dan. I.. Green
tion, recently in session at Chicago, credit to our State. The process of
(Merk................................... ....... Chas. Hughes I
preservingflowers, leaves and cuttings,
PAINTS, OILS AND
I nominated George Francis Train for
Treasurer........................... ...........Wm. Naueke
by pressing them between the leaves
School Superintendent... ............. R. F. Sloan At E. Jacob's New Store, PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
books, thick paper or cardboard, is
The American rifle team, composed
Survevor,........................... ....... W. N. Sanders
principally of sportsmen of New York, familiar to most of u% and with
Coroner..................................... ....... Goo. E. Briggs
Official Paper.................... pnimHATic T imes
is now on a tour of Great Britain, and trifling expense and a little outlay of
Orth’s Brick Building. Jacksonville.
time the native leaves, flowers, herbs
winning laurels everywhere.
plants of our State can be obtained,
Cvintu.— Circuit C<mrt. second
arranged and classified,
Mondav ’n Febrnaw, Juno and November.
and made the study of scholars and
County Court, first Mondav in each month.
\ T.T. OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD
discussion as to whether he shall be botanists from all parts of the world.
.rh.«nA’’ne Co»»»/»/.—Circuit Court, fourth A
at the very lowest rates. If you don’t
•K®“ Sole Agents for Oregon for (lie cele
Monday in .Anri1 and fourth Monday in Oc- believe
Our ferns, lichens and mosses are
CARBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which permitted to pass the plate himself.
tol»er. Conn’v Court, first Monday in Jan
Ticks, Lice and all parasites on sheep,
Nevada has a law in force giving worthy the careful attention of the
uary, April, July and October.
All kinds ot produce and hides taken in and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
every convict discharged from her amateur naturalist and deserve a prom
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
exchange for goods.
Justice of the Peace................... J. IT. Stinson
State Prison $25 in gold, and there is inent place in the collection.
Constable.................................... A. M. Asbury
All cases or packages of specimens
a great rush to get into the Peniten
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
for the exhibition forwarded
tiary and out.
I (’. C. Beekman, Pres’t,
at Portland, or to C. E.
I Sol. Sachs.
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts..
DuBois, of the same place, will receive
-! John Miller,
American people think of the last the best of care, and, after being passed
’ TTenrv Judge,
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES.
Oregon. I Congress, just stand around our post upon bj’ tho State Centennial advisory
offices and hear the mild remarks of board, will l»e forwarded with other ar
__ U. S. Harden
___ Henrv Pano
t masnror...................... .
the man who pays six cents to send a ticles to Philadelphia and placed on
HE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
„J. P. McDaniel
school will commence about the middle
___ Silas J. Dav
exhibition in the Oregon department
of August. and is divided in four sessions,
in the name of the donor.
of eleven weeks each. The following are the Keeps constantly on band a full assortment
Many of the older States are already
1 ’ KO PESSION AT. ( ’ A R DS.
of ftirniture, consisting of
geological tour. He proposes to visit offering liberal premiums for articles of
Board and tuition, per term,............ .$40.00
Bed and Bedding................................. . 4.00 BEDSTEADS,
Dr. L. DANFORTH.
many places of geological interest, merit to be passed upon and forward
Drawing and painting........................ . R.00
them tho silver mines in Idaho ed to Philadelphia by their State Cen
Piano,...................................................... .. 15.00
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
tennial boards, and although our dis
and Eastern Oregon.
Entrance fee, only once.................... ,. 5.00
Has removed to Jacksonville, and tenders
A P rice on G rasshoppers .—From
There is a great falling off in the play will depend upon individual
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
his professional services to the public.
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
a correspondent’s letter in the 8t. Paul
production of iron manufactures In the
OfTieo and residen<-e oh Third str»-et, oppo
Pioneer Press, giving an account of
site and east of the M. E. Church.
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
past two years all over the world. One
the grasshopper war in Minnesota, we
cause is the decrease in the miles of
ions and every arrangement possible extract the following lively para
J. H. STINSON.
Pupils nre ro<-eived at any time, and their
new railroad constructed.
to be made has been completed, and it graphs :
t terms u iff 1»e counted from the day of their
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-L DV. [ entrance. For further particulars apply at
The notorious demagogue, T. F. shall not be our fault if Oregon is not
The success of Saturday’s effort here
Also Doors. Sash and Blinds always on Campbell, not satisfied with his over
surpassed all expectation. The
AND JUSTICE OF THE PFACE.
hand and made toonler. I’lanimr done on
reasonable terms. j ^»? i Undertaking a spe whelming defeat in his race for Gov sources in this great exposition as any price this morning was reduced to 12}
(’.C. BUSH, I
H. F. JOHNSON.
ernor last year, is wire-pulling for the of her sister States.
cents per quart, and at this reduced
Late Bush A Uo. | Late of Johnson A Hearn.
inline one blook north ot Court House,
Independent nomination for Congress.
A. J. D ufur ,
price a large number of boys and some
men are busily at work. Boys 12
The Oregonian contains an account
BUSH & JOHNSON,
years old will catch about as many as
of the supposed finding, on the North
II. K. HANNA.
ost T ime .—Let any man pass an men. Two boys, one 17 and the other
Coast, by an Indian, of the remains of
ATTORNEY A COUNSl'.T.oR AT LAW, Forwarding Æ Commission Merchants,
Major Walker, one of the victims lost evening in vacant idleness, or even in 12, on Saturday made between $7 and
some silly tale, and compare $8 at 20 cents per quart. Ottawa is
so long ago on the GeorgeS. Wright, reading
of his mind when he goes to paying (or did on Saturday) $5 per
on a plank
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
sleep or gets up next morning with its bushel. A common sack, with a hoop
Prompt attention given to all business left
state some other day, when he has in the mouth, has generally been used
in my care.
rill IF. NEW FIRM OF KAHLER A Btto.
The Chicago Courier has turned spent a few hours in going through the here, into which the hoppers are
TERMINUS OF C. AND O. RAILROAD.
I have the largest and most complete
< Hiire in Court Hotw—upstairs.
the Republican party since proofs, by facts and reasonings, of some brushed with ease. Press on the
Grant’s third term letter was pub- < f the groat doctrines of natural
E. R. WATSON. I
C. W. KAHLER.
DRUGS, MEDICINES a (HEMICALS, li.shed, and it now swears by the eter science, learning truths wholly new to column of destruction, with a few
AV ARK GOODS CARE B. A J. AT-SO
more vigorous sentences.
KAHLER & WATSON.
111 buy Wool, Hiiles, Deer Skins, Sheep
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also
I had almost forgotten to mention
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, Pelts, etc.
Republican party and Grant must go examination of the ground on which that two men started out on a hopper
We trust our knowledge of business and I the latest and finest styles of
down tog< t ier. We cheerfully join known truths rest, so as to be not only raid this morning, each having a two
the wants of our patrons is a guarantee that
we will do bnsiness to their entire satisfac
in the swear.
acquainted with the doctrines them wheel machine, the wheels eight feet
Will practice in the Supremo, District and tion.
And a great variety of PERFUMES and
Twenty-five thousand Sioux Indians selves, but able to show why he be apart, on which they had canvas
Reading, April 13, 187».
other Courts of this State.
TOILET ARTICLES, including the best and ’ inhabit the Black Hills country. lieves them, and to prove before others spread eight feet long, stiffened with
Office in Court House—upstairs.
cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER
1 Bishop Hare puts in a plea for them, that they are true, he will find as light wooden braces; the canvas
FUMED SOAPS in this market.
'rd3~ Prescriptions carefnllv compounded. i saying this pitiful remainder of a few great a difference as can exist in the closed behind with open mouth about
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
hundred miles of territory should not same being—the difference b‘tween two feet wide, which is closed with
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
bo wrested from them on the excuse looking back on time unprofitably lever attached. This is shoved through
TABLE ROCK SALOON, that Indians should not be allowed to wasted, and time spent in self-improve the “schools,” of hoppers, against tho
ment ; be will feel himself in one ease wind, the force of which drives them
Millinery and Ladies Goods,
obstruct the march of civilization.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
listless and dissatisfied, in the other, in and holds them between the canvas
Prompt attention given to all business en
Governor Grover has received notice
RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS,
trusted to my care.
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. from the Commissioner of General comfortable and happy ; in the one until convenient to empty.
case, if he did not appear to himself
Office in the building formerly occupied by
I have just seen the borough clerk,
t II f \l p 7 x
I/and Office that an account lias been humbled, at least he will not have who
Kahler A Watson, opposite Court House.
tells me that he has received over
he proprietors of this well - rendered in favor of the State of Ore earned any claim to his own respect ; 17 bushels at 12} cents per quart, as
J. A. CALLENDER, M. D. | A. C. MATTHIAS, M. P.
known ami popular resort would in gon for the five per cent, account ac in the other case he will enjoy a proud their forenoon’s work.
their friends and tho public generally cruing upon the net proceeds of the consciousness of having by his own
CALLENDER A MATTHIAS,
HAIR, JUTE AND
that a complete and first-class stock of the sales of the public lands within her
exertions become a wiser, and there
A D anbury B oy has F un .—Rob
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
norter, ofc., is constantly kept on hand.
fore a more exalted nature.
Collyer says the children must have
i LINEN BRAIDS AND SWITCHES, They will be pleased to have their friends ber 31, 1874, amounting to $1,970.01
less study and more fun. He is right
“call and smile.”
in currency, a check for which amount
I mportant D iscovery .—A French There is the boy in the family across
will be received in a few days.
chemist claims to have discovered a the way. Last Thursday afternoon he
may also be found I
Having formed aeo-part nersliip for tlie prac
The death of Gen. Breckinridge complete substitute for rain. Says put a dead mouse in his mother’s W’ork
hero. We would l»e pleased to have persons
tice of our profession, we oflfcr our ser
Agent for McCall's Bazaar Fashions.
leaves but four gentlemen living who this distinguished inven’or, “It is only basket, attached a split stick to the
vices to the public.
/•ft“Office on California Street, opposite the
have been elected to the second high necessary to sprinkle a little chloride tail of the next door cat, set the vine
inet for inspection.
Union Livery Stable.
of calcium on the soil, and it becomes gar faucet up in business, palmed him
JOHN L. CARTER A SON,
WINTJEN <fc HELMS. I est office in the United States. They
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1S74.
are Hannibal Hamlin, Andrew John saturated w th moisture, with more self oft'as a ghost on tho hired girl
Dr. J. C. BELT,
son, Schuyler Colfax and Henry Wil lasting benefit to vegetation than any when she went down cellar after the
PHYSICIAN AND Sl’RG EON,
son. The mortality among Vice-Pres shower of rain could impart.” If true, butter, besmeared his father’s choice
LIME FOR SALE,
idents does not seem to lie as great as this would be very convenient to all bantam rooster with blue ink, and
E ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
among the Presidents. Mr. Johnson who till the soil, as they would never finally wound up the entertainment by
all kinds of Fainting, including
is the only cx-President now living, be annoyed by droughts, unless the tying the boiler to a strange dog’s tail,
and he was not elected to that office chloride should be too high in the and slipping down in the slush and
Having located in tho town of Jacksonville,
market to allow the margins on pro hurting his back. His exasperated
tor the purpose of >>racticing Surgery and
by the people.
•other branches of his profession, respoct-
duce to purchase it. This getting
he undersigned would here
Yully aaks a portion of tho public patron
A remarkable reduction in postage along without Providence sending the father hardly knows which to hunt up
by inform the public that he has ONE
age^ Office—Second door north of the U.
first—the strange dog with the boiler
WA(K)N AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
THOUSAND BUSHELS of superior Jackson on letters, papers, etc., to foreign coun rain is a moral problem which the or Robert Collyer.— Danbury Neict.
Creek Lime for sale cheap. Persona wish tries took place on the 1st ot July. By clergy will be called upon to solve.
ALL STYLES SF MAIMING DOME.
ing Brick-laving or Plastering done in the treaty between the different Powers,
A n Illinois farmer determines the
bes’t stylo and at reasonable rates will do
Orders front tho country promptly attend well to call on me. For further information the rate on half-ounce letters on and
T he editor of a Cass county, Mis age of animals over nine years old by
after this date will be uniformly but souri, paper planted two beds of onions tho following method : After the
inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
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G. W. HOLT.
ten cents to Germany, Austria, Hun early in the Spring, one of which he horse Is nine years old a wrinkle comes
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS, Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1R75. .
gary, Belgium, Denmark, Egypt, Ita salted to prevent the grasshoppers on the upper lip, and every year there
ly, Spain, Great Britain, Greece, Lux from taking them. Shortly after they after he has one well-defined wrinkle
C alifornia S treet ,
embourg, Norway, Holland, Portugal, were planted the grasshoppers made a for every year after nine. If, f<* in*
r . SCHUTfc RESPECTFULLY' IN-
formstha efcixcns of Jkokamrvine and Webb A Jone«, • - - Proprietor*. THIRD STREET, JACKSONVILLE, OR., Rouiuania, Russia, Servia, Sweden, raid on them, ate all of the salted bed stance, a horse has three wrinkles, he
Switzerland and Turkey, After Jan first, and then pulled those up from is twelve ; if he has four, he is thir
Biirronnding country that he is now manu
facturing, and willeoastantly keep on hand
uary 1, 1876, it will be the same rate the other bed and carried them to teen. Add the numtier of wrinkles to
the very best of Lager Deer. Thus* wishing
to France also. Postal cards will be where the salt was and ato them,
one but the choicest and best
a cool gi*w ef beer should give me a call.
nine and you have It.
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
but two cents each, and newspapers
A J ersey C ity merchant puts add
A strong solution of carbolic acid
through tickets , 121 cents . under four ounces, two cents. No one
All Kinds of Job Printing
DRINKS, 12} CENTS.
could ask a more inexpensive means of on the boxes around his store door, and and water, poured into holes, kills all
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communication than sending a postal when a young man takes a seat, he the ants it touche*», and tfi.e survivor^
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
neatly a cheaply executed AT pay. Families needing anything in our line /CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CI- card to Jerusalem, Constantinople and seems to suddenly remember that he immediately take them solve« off.
can always be supplied with the purest and
gar« constantly on hand. The reading the cities on the Nile, at the cheap forgot something at home, and he
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best to be found on the Coast. Give us a table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
T imes .
rate of two cents.
• walks off with surprising aejduity.
call, and you will be well satisfied,
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