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DEMOCRAT IC PLATFORM.
L iquor on E lection D ays .—For
A D ead N ewspaper .—-We yester
the benefit of whom It may concern, day received a notice from the Post
The Democratic party of Oregon, in State
we publish below the full text of the master at Napa City informing us that Convention
assembled, proclaims the follow (California St., one door west of Sachs Bros.,)
ef political faith and ac
SEPTEMBRE 10. 1*75.
on election days. There is a question supposed subscriber, “remains dead in tion :
1. Unfaltering devotion to the cardinal
as to whether the “day” of election this office.” We well remember that
i refers to the duration of time from sun
paper. When it left our office it was declared and put into practical operation by
DEALER AND WORKER IN
with the imagery of the poet, the the Fathers ot the Republic.
A hard do*e man was Solomon Ray,
2. The preservation of the general govern
Nothinr of value he eave away,
kept open. The spirit of the law cer ideas of the statesman, the recounted
ment in the proper exercise of the powers
He hoarded and saved.
tainly would indicate that no liquor experience of the husbandman, and delegated
to it in the Constitution, carefully
And pinched and shaved.
TIN, :SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ETC.
And the more he had the more he craved, should he sold from sun up tn the clos the selected thoughts of the great and strictly construed, and the mainte
ing of the polls ; hut we would advise minds of the past and present ages, nance, inviolate, of the several States of the
in all their rights, dignity and equal
eeps constantly on hand an
The hard-earned dollar* he toiled to train
those interested to consult with law which live and never die, alive with Union
ity, as the most competent and reliable ad
assortment of the best
Brought him hut little hut care and pain ;
yers on the subject. Here is the law: the narrative of the current events of ministrators of their own domestic concerns,
For little he spent,
and the surest bulwark against the tenden TINWARE,
And all he Tent
AN ACT to Prevent the Disposal of In these busy times, and, last, with the cy
towards a centralized despotism.
He made it bring him twenty per cent.
toxicating Liquors on Election Days. honest though plain thoughts of its
3. Opposition to aggressions by either de
Such was the life of Solomon Ray.
of the Government, upon the for
Be it enacted by the Legislative workaday editors. We paused as we partment
CHAINS, LEAD PIPE,
The ye*ra went by, and hi* hair grew grey,
read, and dropped a tear over its
Assembly of the State of Oregon :
Hi* cheeks crew thin,
demise, and were only consoled by the sured by the Constitution to the States re
And his soul within
S ection 1. That it shall be unlawful
Grew bard as the dollars he worked to win. In this State for any person to barter, reflection that “Whom the gods love, spectively, or to the people.
PAINTS, SIZES, GLASS,
die young.” A dead newspaper !—
But he died one day, as all men mint,
sell, give away or in any manner dis
OLS, HOSE, POWDER.
unknown, impossible. Give it to some ers not delegated to it, and especially everv
For life i* fleeting. and man bnt dust.
The heir* were ray
honest man, let him take it home to interference hy the Government or any of BAR, PLATE AND ASSORTED IRON.
day of any general or special election
That laid him awav.
friends ; in the family circle let its departments, with tho local affairs of
And that was the end of Solomon Ray.
of State, County or Municipal officers
State, or with the rights of the people NAILS,
him break the wrapper, and there shall any
to choose their own representatives,
Thev nrrnrrcTed now. who had little cared
of usurpation which should be re
FbrSolnmon Ray while his life was spared. ation in which such election is held.
broken casket, a spirit that has a voice. pudiated and condemned by overy friend of
His land* were sold.
S ec . 2. Any person violating the
It will find such utterances as shall,
And hi* hard-earned gold
5. We demand retrenchment, reform, and
NEATLY EXECUTED AT
All went to his lawyers, I am told.
viction thereof, be punished by a fine
spirits and rest to weary souls, new tion of every department of the Govern
Yet men will cheat, and pinch, and save.
BRASS ANDIRON WIRE,
ment ; the honest payment of the debts, the
Nor carrv their treasure* bevond the grave.
thought* to students, courage to the sacred
A >1 their cold some day
Will melt awav.
Imprisonment in the County Jail not
speedy and impartial arraignment of all
Like the selfish savings of Solomon Ray.
less than ten nor more than thirty to the poor, and teach charity to the abuses of public trust lie fore the tribunals Cast Iron and Steel Plows.
rich. It may keep childhood’s feet in of Justice ; a zealous care of the rights of ROPE,
days, or both, in the discretion of the
virtue’s ways, cheer the mother’s oft election by the people; the absolute sub
S hefp .—E. W. Peet, E-*q., writing Court.
from Niles, Alarnada county, Califor
S ec . 3. That It is hereby made the
ity. The equal and impartial administration
nia, to the Willamette Farmer, say* : duty of all Magistrates, Sheriffs and father’s dull and plodding toll, and of the laws, and the protection ot the rights
“The Merino or a cross of the Merino Constables to report to the Grand Jury lastly, as a common intellectual pleas of all ; freedom of religions, of the press,
makes the best mutton, and are more all violations of the provisions of this
habeas corpus, and trial by juries impar
hardy ; we refer you to Mr. Watson, Act which may come to their knowl
WOODEN A ND WILLOW WARE,
8. We protest against the burdens of a
one of the best poRted stock men in edge in their respective counties ; and live,— Sonoma Democrat, July "id.
protective tariff, as needless exactions from
your State for verification of this fact. all fines collected under this Act shall
people already intolerably oppressed bv a
G ive it P ublicity .—The latest re national
It is a fact universally conceded in this be paid Into and become a part of the
debt, and we insist that the tariff
State, in Australia, and New Zealand, Common School Fund of the county ceipt for the cure of drunkenness is be so regulated as to provide only sufficient
Always on hand a large lot of parlor, cook
one which is now gaining notoriety, revenue for an economical administration
that the Spanish Merino for wool and in which the same shall be collected.
ing, office, cabin stoves, of assorted size«,
a* is stated, through the efforts of John of enriching the few at the expense ot the plain and fancy, constructed on the latest
mutton combined, are hy far the best
Approved October 26, 1874.
Vine Hall, commander of the steam many, or fostering one branch of industry fuel-saving plans. Boilers, kettles, pots,
sheep the world has ever produced ;
and everything connected with these stoves
ship Great Eastern. He had fallen in to the detriment of the other.
th^v will do better in large hands than
7. That the precious metals are the only warranted durable and perfect.
clean and wholesome stable is a to such habitual drunkenness that his
any other class of sheep; they produce
All articles sold or manufactured by him
basis of commercial values ; that an irre
more wool on a given amount of feed great comfort to a horse during the most earnest and persistent efforts to deemable paper currency is a national warranted. His work is made of the best
and of the choicest patterns.
than any other breed, and of a better hot weather. The stifling poisonous reclaim himself proved unavailing. curse, and we insist upon the speedy re material
Orders attended to with dispatch and
At length he sought the advice of an
quality. This i.* a matter your wool
filled according to directions. He is deter
eminent physician who gave him a payments.
growers should take under considera
8. The institution of the system of na mined to sell at low prices for cash.
tion : whether they can well afford to work in the field, is productive of un prescription, which he followed faith tional bank* was a fraud upon the country
an injustice upon the laboring classes,
keep sheep producing annually only 4 rest and ill health. Flies abound in fully for seven months, and at the end and
we demand such prudent legislation as
of that time had lost all desire for will gradually bring this vicious system toa
lbs. per head when hy a few dollars out
liquor, although he had for many years close ; that all currency which may be of all kind*, of the best brands,wholesale and
lay they can bring their flocks up to 6
been led captive, which he afterwards issued shall be convertible into coin upon retail. Also
or 8 ths. per head annually. The dif
species, ‘atomoxys calcitran* so called published, and by which so many demand and be issued directly by the Gov
ference between a 4 and 6 !b. fleece Is
TOBACCO AND CIGAR«?.
9. That the treaty between the United
not so obvious at a glance ; but when from its persecutions, causing the hor drunkards have been assisted to re
Tn connection with all these I have on hand
and China shall be so modified aa to
we submit it to the test of figures it ses to kick incessantly. These prevent form, as follows : “Sulphate of iron, States
a large assortment of
five grains; magnesia, ten grains; pep
becomes very plain to any one. Tak
10. ' That we condemn the party in power,
permint water, eleven drachms ; spir not oniv for it* contempt or constitutional
ing the 4 !b. fleeces as about the aver
it of nutmeg, one drachm ; twice a
age weight of flocks In Oregon, and we
all kinds—just what every married man
corrupt administration of the Federal of
” This preparation acts as a.stim and
wants in his family. And if you don’t be
will call the price 25 cents per n>., which
it, call and examine my stock before
will give a gross income of one dollar. mitting the horses to void their urine ulant and tonic, and partially supplies and profligate waste of the people’s money ; lieve
the place of the accustomed liquor, and
The expenses of keeping a sheep and
of finance and taxation ; for the perver Importer of farm implements
that absolute physical and tem
and machines. AT MOST REASONABLE RATES!
shearing generally amounts to 75 cents
moral prostration that follows a sudden ment to enrich the great corporations at the
annually ; this would leave a net in
breaking off from the use of stimulat expense of the people ; for the jobbery and
come of 25 cents on the fleece alone.
frauds which have brought reproach upon
ing drinks. If it is as efficacious as it democratic
Now we take the 6 !b fleece at 25 cents
per th. and we have a gross income of where they at once void their urine, is claimed, there is no reason why of the protective system ; for the curse of
St 50 ; 75 cents out for keeping and and thus keep the stable clean. They drunkards as well as other mortals an inconvertible paper money ; for its dis
graceful diplomatic service and unfit ap
«hearing, and we have a net income of are led there again early in the morn should not be happy yet.
pointments and continuance in ofllee of in
75 cents. By these figures, saying, ing, and soon become hahituated to the
competent and corrupt men at home and
D r . W ilberforce practiced the fol abroad ; for its attempt to pass an unconsti
nothing of the increase, we observe practice. If this wa3 generally done,
Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall,
prescription for producing sleep. tutional force bill, and for a catalogue of
that where there Is one dollar profit in
other enormities which have rendered that
one case there are three in the othpr, I
organization offensive to and subversive of "Hear, for I wilt apeak of excellent
and where one ewe aheep might he would not be pervaded with its odor slowly, pronouncing them faintly with the liberties of a free people.
11. That corporations are the creatures of POND’S EXTRACT-The great Vegetable
valued at $2 the other would he worth
Fain Destroyer. Has been in use over
law ; their functions and privileges are
thirty years, and for cleanliness and prompt
$6, because, while the one fleece paj’s
granted to subserve the public interests, and
____ curative virtues cannot be excelled.
the interest on S2 the other pays the
CHILDREN. N o fhmily can nffonl tobe without
their creation, but for purpose of oppression
Pond’s Extract. Accidents, Braises. MADAME HOLT.
same on $6. The same thing holds Interesting than to see a man in the ciation, which defeats the object in and
Contusions, Cuts, Sprains, are relieved
almost instantly by external application.
true of land yielding respectively 20
and duty of the legislative power to regu
Promptly relieve« pains of Burna, Scalds,
late and control such corporations for the
and 30 bushels to the acre. If the It may be a new cider mill ; it may be
Excoriations, Chafla^i, old Sores,
Bolls, Felons, Corns, etc. Arrests in-
land in the one case is worth $50 per a new newspaper,
SEL LING OFF 12. That we disapprove all measures in
fiammation, reduces swellings, stops bleeding,
acre, in the other it is worth $100 per
removes discoloration and heals rapidly.
the interest of monopolies against labor, and
HE MADAME TAKES THTR METHOD
FEMALE WEAKNESSES. It always relieves
days in one. Old trite proverbs take
of tendering her thank* to the publie for
pain in the back and loins, fullness and press
tug pain in the head, nausea, vertigo.
Some men are slow to see the differ on new and startling meanings, He
which has hitherto been ex
jects of the order known as the Patrons of IN LEI'CORRIKE A it has no equal. All kinds of tended patronage
would respectfully solicit
ence, and slow to act upon it. They looks upon all men and all things in a
Husbandry, and with those of all other or
ders having for their object retrenchment
will continue to spend the same amount
Her tables are always under her immedi
and reform in public affairs and the social PILES panying
—blind or bleeding—meet prompt relief ate control ; and by her long experience in
of money and labor to produce one
advancement of the people.
and ready cure. ho case, however chronic or the business she feels confident that she will
hundred lbs. of wool that should pro complishment of his one supreme de
13. That we are in favor of laboring to se
obstinate, ran long resist its regular use.
UNDERSIGNED. DESIRING TO cure
give entire satisfiwtion to all. Her beds and
the judicious appropriations from Con VARICOSE VEINS. It is the only sure cure.
duce two hundred.”
rooms are fitted up in the most comfortable
for the purpose of improving our har
in their courses fight for him ; then
for sale at cost and freight for cash his com gress
style, suited to the accommodation of single
from any cause. For this it is a spe occupants or families. Her beds are always
How the J ury 8 tood .—A New the very universe changes its direction, plete and first-class stocK of dry goods, dress ries of our State, and we demand that our BLEEDING
cific. It has saved hundreds of lives when all kept clean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
other remedies failed to arrest bleeding from
York reporter made exhaustive efforts and pushes with all its weight against dren’s hose and shoes, gentlemen’s furnish Representatives in Congress »hall use their
nose, stomach, langs, and elsewhere.
to get the exact status of the several
ing goods, hats, groceries, crocxery, lamps, government for the free navigation and im TOOTHACHE, Farache* Neuralgia and
Rheumatism ure all alike relieved, and
members of the Beecher-Tilton jury, and a thousand accidents are in his baskets, spoons, Knives and forks, tobacco provement of the Columbia river, by the
permarn utly cured.
and believes that he has ascertained favor. He does not know until years YanKee notions, and everything usually construction of locks at the Cascades ; the PHYSICIANS of all schools who are acquainted with
l'ond's Extract of Witch IIaxel recom
improvement oftlie Willamette and Coquille
how each juror has stood on the issue afterwards with what concentration he found in a first-class variety store.
mend it in their practice. We have letters of
commendation from hundreds of Physicians,
My stock is fresh and of the bes*, and Dalles and Salt Lake and Winnemucca
of Beecher’s guilt during their pro
many of whom order it for use in their own
Railroads, and the early completion of the
tracted consultation. It is possible he
practice. In addition to the foregoing, they
Cor. California & 1th St».
order its use for Swellings of all kinds,
and California Railroad from Rose
has made one or two immaterial mis stories of his make, shift and absorption;
Those knowing themselves indebted will Oregon
burg to the State line.
alls, simple and chronic Diarrhoea, Ca
takes in classifying the jurors, but the and now, when he sees another and please settle immediately. I mean business.
14. That the policy of the Republican
tarrh (lor which it is a ryeci/ic), Chil
party in dealing with the Indian tribes is
following is given as the way they
blains, Frosted Feet, Stings of
JacKsonville, July 1, 1875.
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD Re
impolitic and unwise ; that the time has ar
Insects, Musqultoes, etc.. Chapped
stood at the time of his estimation. It with the old outworn enthusiasm, he
spectfully inform their friends and the
will be seen that no two of them are looks on with the same half-sympathet
public generally that they have purchased
the Umatilla, Grand Ronde and Siletz reser TOILET
VSE. Removes Soreness, Roughness the above establishment, which will be
vation* should be removed to some other
suppo*ed to agree exactly, and that ic, half-cynical Merest with which an
and Smarting | heals Cuts, Eruptions
locality, and thus open up to settlement by
and Pimples. It rwirer, invigorate» and henceforth conducted under their constant
their differences take the widest pos
while wonderfully improving the personal supervision, and they guarantee
sible range. Without assuming to in young people who have just fallen in
satisfaction to all who may favor them with
—Pond’s Extract. No Stock their patronage.
15. That we invite the hearty co-operation TO FABMEBS
dorse the report, we give it as it love.— Scribner's Monthly.
Breeder, no Livery Man can afford to be with
These stables are centrally located, and
all person*, whatever may have been
out it. It is used by all the leading Livery
New Boot and Shoe Store. of
convenient distance of the various
S ecretary D elano .—The very
1. Not guilty—believed so from the
in New York City. It has no equal for Sprains, houses of public entertainment. Horses
us in carrying out the principles herein
fact that President Grant hangs on to
Harness or Saddle Chafings,
Stiffness, and mules will be boarded and cared for at
ficrstches, Swellings, Cuts, Lacerations, Bleed
2. Not guilty, but must marry the Secretary Delano when the whole coun
Ings. Pneumonia, Colie, Diarrhoea, Chills, moderate charges. They have one of the-
Colds, Ac. Its range of action is wide, and the largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south of
relief it afford« is so prompt that it is invalua Portland, of
ble in every Farm-yard as well as in every
8. Not guilty, but must do so no something strange, to say the least.
aving permanently located
Farm-house. Let it be tried once, and you
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
in Jacksonville, I respectfully inform
___ will never be without it.
HE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTI-
4. Guilty, but entitled to another
The genuine article has the words Pond’s With single or double teams, for hire on rea
fied that I have placed my notes and
truthfulness of the charges made kinds of work in the boot and shoe-making
blown in each bottle. It is prepared sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horse»
line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
accounts,in the hands of my attorney, H.
by tho only persons living who ever and Mules, which will be hired to go to any
* 5. Beecher innocent, but Mrs. Til
G. W. FREY.
knew how to prepare it properly. Refuse all part of the country at moderate rate«.
K. Hanna, with positive instructions to
should be so proven ; if he is guilty,
other preparations of Witch Hasel. This is
make immediateand forced collection in ev
Animals bought and sold, and broke to
the only article used by Physicians, and in tho
saddle or harness.
6. Not guilty, butshould stop preach
hospitals of th’* eoun’ry and Europe.
Those knowing themselves indebted to HISTOKY and Use« of Pond’s Extract,
KUBLI A WTD9ON.
pers without further talk upon the
me will do well to call upon Mr. Hanna,
in pamphlet form, sect f *e on application to
subject During the last six months
7. Guilty without qualifications.
without delay, as this is my last call. My POND’S EXTRACT COMPANY, M Maiden
Lane, New York.
must be settled !
8. Not guilty, but married the
Jacksonville, Sept. 9, 1874.
PIERCE'S WELL EXCAVATOR I
penitentiary. He still retains his office, ASHLAND ACADEMY.
9. Guilty, but not proven.
10. Not guilty, but should have a and perhaps divides the spoils thereof
The Most Complete, Cheap and Practical
Machine ever Invented
11. Guilty, generally.
For Boring Wells, Prospecting for Coal, Etc. FIVE BRAN NEW FLORENCE
12. Not guilty, but has doubtful this much, and if there was not some On Monday, Sept. 13, 1875.
foundation for what he says, then it is
strange that a man, occupying his po
HE GREATEST OBSTACLES to well-
HE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER,
I f a young man sits up too late with sition, should attack the Secretary,
boring (boulders) easily overcome with
he winter term commences
on hand and Is constantly man
bls sweetheart out at Haddonfield, the and it is surprising that he is not called
Sewing: Machines !
January 3, 1876. The 8pring term on
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern our 17, 24 and 36-inch augers. With rim-
old folks come into the parlor, and, up for libel. Perhaps the President
April 10, 1876._________________________ Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to mer attachment, can bore any size of well
required. With sand-sides or valves at
suit purchasers. Call and test the article,
with a refinement of sarcasm, invite favors him as he did Landautet Wil
tached, or with our sand-auger, can put
him to wait a few minutes longer and liams, and in this case, like in others, NOTICE TO FARMERS.
wells in quicksand or gravel, where all otner
he has no regard for the wishes of the
breakfast will be ready.
means fail. The position and construction
of the knives or cutting edges enable it to
nation. This is the only construction
O THE FARMERS OF JACKSON
he undersigned is prepared bore through sand-stone, slate or hard-pan.
County : The proprietors of the Ash
W ood gunpowder is a recent inven to be placed upon his acts.
We furnish drills for rock. County rights
to make preliminary survey of Mining for
land Mills will not exchange flour for wheat,
tion. It is light colored, small grained,
Claims in conformity to the new law .of sale or lease.
only for the producer’s own consumption,
THAN EVER AT
A darkey called at Owensboro’, and that in their own sacks, unbranded; Congress. All lode claims held under said
|25 PER DAY GUARANTEED.
makes little noise, does not recoil the
Call on, or address J. H. ROBBINS.
gun when fired, keeps the gun perfect Ky., the other day, and wanted to hut will buy good milling wheat and pay law are required to be surveyed and the
Polk county, Oregon, where one of
ly clean, and Is of equal strength with
JAMES S. HOWARD, Surveyor.
Augers can be seen in operation. Send
ed antelopes ?”
the black powder.
Office at Jacksonville, Oregon.
JOHN NEUBE1 »’S!
for descriptive circular
Ashland, August 18, 1875.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,
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45 PER CENT. CHEAPER ! !