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THE OHIO DEMOCRACY ON INFLA
The Republican press, especially of
SEPTEMBER 3, 1875
of norc, las
TT on . L. F. L ane , Democratic candidate
for Congress, will address his fellow citizens
at the following times and places :
TJnkville,....................... .......... September 4th
Eugene Citv.................. »••••••••
Portland........................ .......... October
T j » Grande......................
Opposing candidates are invited to join
Y reka , Sept. 2d.
To Chas. NickeU : Siskiyou county
Democratic. State also. Irwin 10,-
000 majority !
G. R. R enme .
Some time since, Hon. L. F. Lane
sent Messrs. Whitney and Warren, the
Independent and Republican nominees,
an invitation to canvass the State with
him. Mr. Whitney responded imme
diately, in a courteous manner accept I
ing ; but nothing was heard from Mr.
Warren until several days afterwards,
when he answered in the affirmative,
stating that his failure in replying
sooner was owing to the fact that he
had just received Mr. Lane’s invita
tion. On looking over the Yamhill
Reporter, Mr. Warren’s local organ,
we see reference made to this very
letter of Mr. Lane some days prior to
the date of Warren’s reply. Now, it
is evident that he either prevaricates I
in the premises, or the editor of the
Reporter is guilty of taking unpardon
able privileges with Mr. Warren’s !
mail matter. But, then, we can hard
ly blame Warren for being averse to
taking the stump.
Gen. P. II. Sheridan is now on this
Coast on a visit, and upon the invita
tion of Gen. O. O. Howard is expected
to visit Portland very soon. Phil, used
to he stationed in Oregon at an early
day, and on his exit from this State
left several young Sheridans behind,
some of which now reside in this coun
ty. He will doubtless be received
with much ceremony by tho military, i
and the authorities of Portland are
also making preparations for his re
[P. S.—Since the above was in type,!
Sheridan has arrived In Portland.]
A V ni ted Support.
We have never known of a political
campaign where the Democratic press
was more united and harmonious
than in the present. Every Democratic
journal in the State from Baker City
to Jacksonville, says the Mercury, is
working with a will for the- triumph
ant election of Hon. L. F. Lane.
“In unity there is strength.” This
union on the part of the press speaks
volumes for the popularity of a candi
dane and will tell on election day by
his triumphant election to the Halls of
Now and Then.
The School Fund, since the Demo
cratic administration came into power
in this State, has increased nearly a
quarter of a milfion of dollars, and is
steadily swelling and becoming larger
and larger. While Woods was Gov
ernor, not a dollar of the interest on
the irreducihle school fund was dis
tributed towards the support of free
schools ; but a large amount was lost
by loaning these funds to irresponsible
Although there aro already four can
didates in the field, two more have
come to the surface in the persons of
H. N. Pike, of Benton county, and
Sam W. McDowell, of Salem. The
Oregonian, which is beating about the
political arena without a candidate,
surely cauuot complain aa regards num-
By order of General Howard, the fol
Tho rtpys nf the failure of the Bank
Notice of Final Settlement.
of California created quite an excite lowing letter has been written to the
In the Connty Court of the State of Oreeron,
ment even in Jacksonville, where few, commanding officer at Fort Klamath
for Josephine county, sitting in Probate.
if any, loso by the suspension. The in relation to the disinterment of the In the matter of the Estate of J. G. Adams,
bank has ever been considered the remains of those who lost their lives in
an . l . green , administrator
most substantial and reliable on the the famous lava beds during the Mo
of said estate, having filed in said Court CHICAGO AND NORTH-WESTERN
his final account for settlement, prays the
Coast, and we cannot wonder at the doc war, tho conveying of the same to
Court for an opler appointing a tune for
intenso excitement its suspension the fort and according to them a Chris hearing of objections to tho same. .There
fore notice is hereby given that said final THE POPULAR ROUTE OVERLAND.
caused in New York, San Francisco I tian burial in the cemetery at the post. account
will be heard and determined in
and other cities, where it transacted Brief mention has been made of the said Court on Mondav. the 6th day of Sep
Passengers for Chicago, Niagara Falls,
1875. at which time all persons
an immense business. No definite order, but we publish the letter in full; tember,
having any objections to said final account Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Montreal, Quebec,
P ortland , Oregon, Aug. 5, 1,875.
and settlement must then $nd there make New York, Boston, or any point East,
reason of its failure has yet been ven
should tfuy their
. . n
tured, though several have been an
—Sir: Referring to your post orders No.
CHAS. HUGHES, Clerk.
nounced. One thing evident is, that 51, paragraph 2, July 8, 1875, detailing a Judge.
Via the Pioneer Route,
it has often gone beyond the legiti detachment of one commissioned officer and
THE CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN
mate business of a first-class bank, six enlisted men to proceed to the lava beds
dabbled in stocks, etc., which may he to examine into the condition of the graves
order of sale issued out of the Circuit
of the dead buried there, the department
Court of the State of Oregon, tor Jackson THIS IS THE BEST ROUTE EAST.
considered the prime cause of its mis commander
directs you will send out a county, and to me directed, in favor of
fortune. Other industries directly, party anti disinter the remains of the officers Janies Helms, Plaintiff, and azainst Daniel
Tt« Track i» nf STEEL RAILS, «rat nn tt h«« b.»n
Doty and Amanda Doty, Defendants, for
and some indirectly connected with it; and enlisted men buried at tho foot of the the
recovery of-fhe sum of six hundred an<1 made the FASTEST time that h«« ever been MADE in
thi* country. Hr th*« nmte t>a««et>peni fa-, point« Mit
will necessarily suffer; hut their embar bluff near Gen. Gillem’s old camp ; also five dollars, gold coin, with interest at one nf
Chicago liars choice of the folb.winr linen from Chicairo:
together the remains that can be per cent, per month, and for sixty anjl 50- BT THE PITTSRUtm F irt WAYNK AND CHIC A .0
rassment will in most cases not be se gather
found in and around tho sandy butte where hundredths dollars attorney’s fees, together
AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILWAYS,
rious. Only one other bank has also sus. Captain Thomas* fight took jhace, and have with forty-four and 44-hundredths dollars
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY with Pullman PaLr.
costs and the costs accruing. I have levied * > Cam through to Philadelphia and New York oa
uspended, the National Gold Bank, them conveyed to Fort Klamath anti buried upon and will on Saturday, the 4th day of each
-d THROUGH TRAIN, with Pull ma i Palace Can t.
which will without doubt again resume
I Baltimore «nd Washington,
rocks aed stone will be erected at both of said dav, offer for sale at public auction
THE LAKESHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN
in a few days. No statement of the af places to designate the spots ; and in this to the highest bidder, for gold coin, at the RAILWAY
AKDCONNECTI NS (NEW TURK CEN
fairs of the Bank of California has been connection your attention is invited to a county, Oregon, the following described TRAL AND ERIE RATI.V.OAD8:)
Q THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with Paine- Drawing
issued as yet. Some believe that it communication from these headquarters dat real property, to-wit:
•’ > Room and Silver Palace Sleep ng Car« through to
east half of donation land claim No. New York.
will resume and pay in full, while ed August 29, 1873, to General Wheaton on 19, The
in Township No. 38, south of range. No. BV THE MICHIGAN CENTRAL. GRAND TRUNK.
?, west ; said claim beinet known as the do GREAT WESTERN AND ERIE AND NEW YORK CEN
others deem it a dubious matter.
TRAL RATI WAYS:
Tho party will also enlarge by tho addi nation claim of Burrell B. Griffin and wife—
One thing connected with the fail tion of rocks the monument erected to the excepting the south half of the south-east
THROUGH TRAINS, with Pullman Palaeo Drawing
• A Room and Sleeping Cara through to New V«k to
ure will be the cause of general regret ; memory of General Canby. See enclosed balance cen’aining 240 acres, more or less, Niagara Fall«. Buffalo, R<dieater, or N-w York city
BY BALTI M RE AND OHIO RAILROAD :
and that is the death of Wm. C. Rals memorandum as to spot where it is located. lying and being in Jackson county, State of
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with Pullman Paine.
ton, President of the Bank, than whom
Cara for Newark. Z«n «ville. Wheeling, Warhing-
Said real estate was levied tipnn as the ton and
Your obedient servant,
Baltimore without change.
property of Daniel and Amanda Dotv.
none did more for San Francisco than
II. CLAY WOOD,
J. W. M ANNING,
This is the SHORTEST. BEST and only lins running
him. Being called on to resign his
Sheriff of Jackson county, Ogn. Pullman celebrated PALACE SLEEPING CA‘ 8 AND
COACHES, connecting with Union pacific Railroad at
Jacksonville, August 4th, 1875.
position, his sensitive nature could not
O- AHA and from the WEST, via Grand Junction, Mar-
M’hnt do They Moan?
•liail. C.-itsr Ranid-. Clint, n, Sterling and Dixon, for
withstand the shock, and ho succumbed
CHICAGO AND THE EAST.
to the powers that be. Some believe
The Radical press is engaged in In the Circuit Court for the County of Jack- Thia popular route is nnsnrpa-rsd for Speed. Confort
snd Safety. The smo-th well-ballasted and perfect
that he drowned himself, but several making war on the Christian Church
son, State of Oregon.
track of -teel rail«, the celebiated Pullman Palace
Cars, the perf.-ct Tele^iaplt System of mowing
doctors argue that he died from a because Mr. Whitney is a member of Jdrhos D. Fay, plaintiff, vs. P. J. Malone, Sleeping
train*, the regularity with which .hey run. the admira
defendant; action-at-law to recover mon- ble
arrangement Ihr t tinning through cars to Chicago
stroke of apoplexy while bathing. His that denomination, and on the Catholic • ey.
from all |>ointe Wa-t, «eenre t>> paaaetrger» all the com-
f>ttH in modern Railway Traveling Nuchauges uf Cats
funeral was the most imposing and because Mr. Lane belongs to it. Had To P. J. Malone, the above named Defendant: and
no tedious delay» at Ferries.
largest that ever occurred in San Fran not Mr. Warren better tell those Radi L gon : You aro hereby summoned and r«»«engers will find Tickets via this Favorite Route at
cisco, 20,000 persons being in attend cal writers that he is a Baptist, says the required to appear in the Circuit Court tor I he Goners! Ticket Office of the Central Pacific JL.il-
the County of Jackson, State of Oregon, on road. Sacramento.
Ticket« for «ale in all the Ticket Offices nf the Central
Enterprise, or they may start in or
before the first day of tho next term of Pacific
W. H. STENNETT.
against that Church. If the Radical said Court, to-wit : on or before the second MARVIN HUGHITT Gen. Sup.
Gen Pas. Agent.
Monday in November, A. D. 1875, and an
H P. ETANWOOP, General Agency, 121 Montgomery
editorshad any hope whatever to elect swer the complaint ot plaintiff filed against street. Sen Erancisco.
The Sentinel says that Warren is the Mr. Warren, the course they are pur you in tho above entitled action ; or, for
of answer, the plaintiff will take judg
people’s candidate, and a man well suing would destroy that hope. They want
ment against you as demanded in said com
represent the people in must mean to defeat him, and they
and ninety-four dollars, with interest there
Jncksonriil? Lodfr NoJfl. I. (1.0. F.,
Congress. “People’s candidate” is de will do it. Mr. Warren may exclaim, on at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum
Bolds its regular meetings every
the 19th day of Juno, A. D. I860, all in
Saturday evening at the Otid Fel
cidedly rich, especially when we con “save me from my friends, I can from
gold coin, and for the costs and disburse low’s Hall. Brothers in good standing are
sider the fact that he was put up for watch my enemies.”
ments of this action to be taxed.
invited to attend.
This summons is published pursuant to
JOHN MILLER, N. G.
that office through the machinations of
T. B. K ent , Rec. Sec’y.
We have thus far failed to hear of a sin an order of Hon. P. P. Prim. Judge of said
Hippie, Scott, Simpson & Co. Our gle Democrat in the State who is not heartily Court, made at Chambers Julv 30. 1875.
Jacob Ish, Isaac Sachs, Kaspar Kubli,
H. K. HANNA,
cotemporary flatters Warren very supporting Line for Congress, says the
Attorney for Plaintiff.
J. D. F ay , Pro Per.
much when speaking in such glowing News, while we have heard of many
Jacksonville Stamm 5o. IP, F. 0. R.
terms of his qualifications for Congress. prominent Republicans and Independents
Holds its regular meetings every Thursday
who are for Lane, and who concede his
evening at the Odd Fellows’ Ilall. Brothers
Those intimately acquainted with him election to be a certainty.
In the Circuit Court for the County of Jose in good standing are invited to attend.
are »not so complimentary, knowing
N. FISHER, O. C.
phine. State of Oregon.
B en S achs . R. S.
full well that he lacks a great deal in SELLING OFF John Bolt, plaintiff, vs. Wang Faun and Trustees
—Herman v. Helms, E. Jacobs,
Yim Yam, defendants ; Suit in equity to
making even a fair Congressman. The
foreclose a mortgage.
To Wang Fann, one of said Defendants :
Lafayette Courier, his home paper,
OrpfmnHn Pocnhontns Tribr 5o. 1, Im-
TN THE N AME OF THE STATE OF OR-
speaking of him, says :
proved order of Red Men, holds its
1 egon : You are hereby summoned to ap
■_■<* ^(£<1 councils at the Red Men’s
He has a very defective education,
pear in the Circuit Court for the County of Hall the third sun in every seven suns, in
Josephine. State of Oregon, on or before the the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
and when he was first elected Sheriff
first day of the next term of said Court, to-
he could not write a sentence gram
wit ; On the 4th Monday of October, A. D. brothers in good standing.
P. D. PARSONS, S.
HE UNDERSIGNED, DESIRING TO 1875 ; and answer the complaint of the plain-
matically. When in the Legislature
II. K. H anna , C. of R.
close out business in Jacxsonville, offers tiff in the above entitled suit, or, for want of
in 1864 he was a mere dummy, and
for sale at cost and freight for ea-Ji his com
plaintiff will take judgment against
was afraid to open his mouth lest he plete and first-class stocK of dry goods, dress answer,
Oregon Division No. 1,
you for tho relief demanded in said com
shawls, ribbons, ladies’ and chil plaint, to-wit : a judgment in gold coin for
would betray his ignorance. And to goods,
and Daughters of Temperance, meets
dren’s hose and shoes, gentlemen’s furnish the sum of $510, and interest thereon at 1 Sons
Tuesday evening of each week in rhe
day lie cannot make a public speech or ing
goods, hats, groceries, crocKerv, lamps, per cent, per month, and tho costs and dis on
Red Men’s Hall. Brothers and sisters in
express his views in a public audience baskets, spixms, Knives and forks, tobacco bursements oi this suit, and adecreeot fore good
standing arA invited to attend.
with any facility. The Bulletin says
W m . RIECK, W. P.
YanKeo notions, and everything usually ditch known as’tho Baltman ditch, in Jose
ade , R. S.
he will make an “effective canvass.” found
in a first-class variety store.
phine oonntv, Oregon, and a certain mining
If he makes any canvass it may he
My stock is-fresh and of the bes*, and claim and dwelling house connected here
Warrn Lode? No. 10, A. F. & A. JU
effective in losing him hundreds of those desiring anything in my lino should with.
give me a call.
Holds its regular communications
votes in each county. The Republi Those knowing themselves indebted will
/ ▼ ' on the Wednesday evenings or pre
can party is hard up when it places please settle immediately. I mean business. at Chambers July 21st, A. D. 1875.
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore
T. G. REAMES, W. M.
before the people, for Congress, such
H. K. H ANNA.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
a man as Warren. Imagine him in
Congress in the presence of such GEORGE W. FREY,
Ruth Rfb’kah D?gr« Lo.fre No. 4,1. 0. 0. F.,
statesmen as Alex. H. Stephens, M. C.
Holds its regular meetings on every other
Kerr, Sunset Cox and others, debating
evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
(Swccewor to Caton ct Fey,)
Meinl»ers in good standing are invited to
some matter in which Oregon is deeply
K. KUBLI, N. G.
interested, and you have a picture of a
R achel F isiier , R. S.
pigmy contending with giants.
New Boot and Shoo Store.
INDEPENDENT LITERARY SOCIETY,
The people will never submit to the
disgrace of electing Warren to Con
Holds its regular meetings at the District
School House every Friday evening.
gress. The Republicans have com
CHAS. NICKELL, President.
mitted a great error in placing him
Miss E ltjl K ubli , Neo’y.
before tho people. We ask the people
aving permanently located
to try Warren by the Jeffersonian test,
in Jacksonville, I respectfully inform
the public that I am prepared to do all
“Is he honest, is he capable f” He
kinds of work in the boot and shoe-making
may pass tho first question, but he can line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
not come up to the second. He is not 29tf.
G. W. FREY.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE,
capable. He ds destined to bo con
signed to oblivion along with honest
Hi. Smith. Their -qualifications are
OffirinI Paper for Jarkson 1 Josephine Corniti *x. i this State, is raiding a hue and cry over
Accorded Christian Burial.
BANK OF CALIFORNIA SVNPENDED.
the financial plank in the Ohio Demo
cratic platform, and by asserting that
it pronounces in favor of unlimited in
flation seeks to prejudice the voters of
other sections. Any one who has read
that resolution of the Ohio Democracy
and understands the situation in that
State, will readily seo that it favors
nothing of the kind, the following be
ing a true copy of the same :
“That the contraction of the currency
heretofore made by the Republican
party, and the further contraction pro
posed by it, with a view to the forced
resumption of specie payments, have
already brought disaster to the busi
ness interests of the country, and
threaten it with general bankruptcy
and ruin. Wo demand that this pol
icy be abandoned, atyl that the volume
of currency be made and kept equal to
the wants of trade, leaving the restor
ation of legal tenders to a par with
gold to be brought about by promoting
the industries of the people, and not
by destroying them.”
This plank is an expression of the
Democracy of Ohio in the present State
campaign, and such Is its popularity
that it is generally conceded by well
informed members of all parties that
a large majority will 1« given the par
ty that adopted it. • Senator Thurman,
Hon. Geo. P. Pugh and the leading
members of the Democratic party of
Ohio, are pronounced enemies of infla
tion, yet they are stumping the State
for their ticket. Even Hon. Geo. II.
Pendleton, who has the reputation of
being endowed with queer and ultra
greenback ideas, is quoted as saying
that he is averse to being considered
in favor of inflation. Even if this res
olution does promulgate principles of
inflation, it does not by any means fol
low that the party elsewhere favors
the same, especially when an unmis
takable hard money resolution is adopt
ed by ifs Convention as has been thp
case in every State where the Democ
racy has met.
Result of Democratic Rule.
Another of the beneficent conse
quences of restoring the Democratic
party to power is given by the New
York Bulletin, a commercial organ, as
But recently we had the pleasure of not
ing that one of the hitherto defaulting South
ern States had made provision for meeting
its July interest. The State was Arkansas,
which is fast redeeming its credit and re
covering its prosperity under its new and
popular regime. The telegraph announces
that another of the delinquent Southern
States has already begun paying the July
interest on its new consolidated bonds.
This is one of the first fruits, as in Arkansas,
ot the new administration of the Govern
ment of this State, in which the people have
but recently secured a voice. No better re
sults aie needed to vindicate the South in
its right of self-government, and no further
comment is needed to characterize the form
er management of its affairs. In view of
these facts, and the renewed vigor and pros
perity of these States for the current season,
it may safely be concluded that the present
is tho only road to the full return of pros
perity, redemption of credit and honest
government in the South.
Mr. Lane on Free School«.
The Republican papers in the pres
ent campaign seem to raise up men of
straw and then knock them down.
They have charged Mr. Lane as being
opposed to free schools and general ed
ucation before he has made any dec
laration that he was. But all his form
er life and speeches are directly the
reverse of the ch irges made by the
Radicals and give the lie to them.
Mr. Lane at the ratification meeting
the other evening, says the Salem Mer
cury, said that he was in favor of and
supported "free schools. That he paid
his taxes for their support and that his
children were receiving instruction in
a free school, or a school supported by
taxation and interest from the common
school fund. These uncalled for at
tacks on Mr. Lane before he gives
cause for them will but work for his
advantage and will before the campaign
is ended turn to plague the inventors. ■
UEXEBAL NOTES AND NEWA.
Immigrants still crowding into Oregon.
The presses of the Albany Democrat are
now run by water-power.
Idaho mines have turned out a very large
amount of gold this season, and mining
men there feel much encouraged.
It is estimated that Oregon will have five
million bushels of grain for export this year.
And a Democratic Congressman besides.
A Richmond in the Field.
A postal correspondent from St. Charles,
Ill., in the vicinity of Bellevue Asylum,
The Custom House Ring papers an says Mrs. Lincoln is pronounced well
nounce that their candidate for Con enough to leave the asylum and visit her
gress, Henry Warren, will enter the sister, Mrs. Edwards of Springfield. It is
political arena and meet Messrs. Lane not likely she will return.
and Whitney at this place. The Port The harvesting of wheat and early oats is
land Journal, usually well posted, well along in the Willamette now, and with
few exceptions fanners are jubilant over the
learns that Warren’s'speech is the pro yield and quality of their grain. Prices
duction of II. W. Scott, Custom House range high, both for wheat and oats, and
Collector. Mr. Warren addressed a the honest farmer feels a just degree of pride
small audience at Portland oh Munday in our country and ot hope for its future.
The Record says the population df Coos
evening, which meeting is not very
county has more than doubled, and the
favorably spoken of by even the Ring number ot business houses have increased
organs. He may worry the campaign fourfold within the last 18 months. The
through, but his opponents will evi mail facilities, however, are but little better
dently use him up in the most ap r han they were five years ago. There is a
pressing necessity, therefore, for a daily
mail from the bay to Roseburg.
On Monday, Sept. 13, 1875.
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
he winter term commences "!*
T April January
The Spring term on
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CER-
1 tain promissory note, executed and giv
en by the undersigned to Jason Owens on
or about the 28th of May, 1875, for the sum
oi $7 o, v ith interest at one per cent, per
month, to become due one year after dale
waB obtained by fraud and misrepresenta
tion, and that therefore the undersigned will
not pay the same or any part thereof; and all
persons are hereby notified and warned
against purchasing said note.
_ . 4
J- B- THOMAS.
Dated August 17, 1875.
Boot and Shoe Store.
on hand the best stock
ot Patent and Home made Rifle and
Shot Guns, single and double; Revolvers
of the latest patents ; Pocket Pistols, neat,
small and powerful; Derringers, the latest
and best ; also, the best Powder and Pow
C alifornia S treet ,
der Flasks ; Hunting and pocket knifes of
tho best brands; all sorts of Shot and
Oregon Pouches ; Caps, Wads and everything in
the Sportsman’s line.
lie will also keep a full line of SHELF
HARDWARE, Nails and Rope of all kinds
and sizes, Carpenters’ and Wagon-Makers,
aving permanently located Tools, a complete assortment of Table and
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re Pocket Cutlery, together with a full supply
spectfully informs the public that he of
is Paints, Oils, Varnishes. Glass, etc.
prepared to do all kinds of work in the boot
The above goods are all of the best qual
ma shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran ity, and will be sold
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
New guns made to order, and rejmiring
promptly done and in good style. All or
ders filled with dispatch.
HE EAGLE MILLS, ONE AND A
half miles from Ashland, have been
horoughly renovated and put in the best
All Kinds of Job Printing
irder by an experienced miller, and arc
now turning out an article of flour that is
mining a reputation not surpassed by iU NEATLY & CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
former good name. We warrant every sack
of our flour free of weevil and to be of tho
A. P. FARNHAM.
The Times Office.
he desirable property sit - T
uated on Ç street, opposite the stable ot
J. W. Manning, consisting of a good house
and lot, substantial barn and other improve
ments, is offered for sale cheap tor cash.
Here is a chance for a good bargain. For
particulars, call on H. L. Webb, at the Ex
celsior Stable, or.at tho T imes office.