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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
OFl’K’E—On Oreffon Street, in Orth’s Brick
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JACKSONILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 5
Ladies' and Gentlemen s
T. A. DAVIS.
F. K. ARNOLD.
T. A. DAVIS & CO •»
MENERAI. NOTES ANI» NEWS.
R estoring P ersons A pparently
D rowned .—The Massachusetts Hu
mane Society issued the following di
rections for restoring persons apparent
ly dead from drowning :
1. Lose no time. Carryout these
directions on the spot.
2. Remove the froth and mucus
from the mouth and nostrils.
3. Hold the body for a few seconds
only with the head hanging down, so
that the water may run out of the
lungs and windpipe.
4. Loosen all tight articles of cloth
ing about the neck and chest.
5. See that the tongue is pulled
forward if it falls back into the throat.
By taking hold of it with a handker
chief it will not slip.
6. If the breathing has ceased or,
nearly so, it must be stimulated by
pressure of the chest with the hands,
in imitation of the natural breathing,
forcibly expelling the air from the
lungs, and allowing it to re-enter and
expand them by the elasticity of the
ribs. Remember that this is the most
important step of all. To do it readi
ly, lay the person on the back with a
cushion, pillow, or some firm substance
under the shoulders; then press with
the flat of the hands over the lower
part of the breast-lone and the upper
part of the abdomen, keeping up a
regular repetition and relaxation of
pressure twenty or thirty times a
minute. A pressure of thirty pounds
may be applied with safety to a grown
7. Rub the limbs with the hands
or witli dry cloths constantly, to aid
the circulation and keep the body
8. As soon as the person can swal
low give a teaspoonful of spirits in
hot water, or some warm tea or coffee.
9. Work deliberately. I)<> not give
up too quickly. Success has rewarded
the efforts of hours.
One square, one insertion......................... $.1.00
each subsequent one............ l.uo
Legal advertisements inserted reasonably.
A fair reduction from the above rates made
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.
N ames uf C ountries .—The follow
ing countries, it is said, were original
ly named by tho Phoenician language,
signifying something characteristic of
the places they designate. Europe
signifies a country of white complex
ion ; so named because the inhabitants
wero of a lighter complexion than
those of Asia or Africa. Asia signi
fies hot ween, or in the middle, from
tho fact that geographers placed it be
tween Asia and Africa.
Africa signifies the lands of corns or
ears. It was celebrated for its abund
ance of corn, and all sorts of grain.
Siberia signifies thirst or dry—very
characteristic. Spain a country of
rabbits or conies. It was once so in
fested with these animals that they
sued Augustus for an army to destroy
them. Italy, a country of pitch, from
its yielding great quantities of black
pitch. Calabria also for the same rea
son. Gaul, modern France, signifies
yellow hair, characterized the inhabi
The English of Caledonia is a high
hill. This was a rugged, mountainous
province in Scotland. Hibernia is ut
most, or last habitation ; far beyond
this, westward, the Phoenicians never
extended their voyages. Britain, the
country of tin, great quantities t»eing
found on it and adjacent islands. The
Greeks call it Albion, which signifies
in the Phoenician tongue either white
or high mountains, from the whiteness
of its shores, or tho high rocks on the
Corsica signifies the footsteps of
men, which it resembles. Syracuse
signifies bad savor, so called from the
unwholesome marsh on which it stood.
Rhodes, serpents or dragons, which it
produced in abundance. Scylla, the
whirlpool of destruction. .Etna sig
nifies a furnace, or dark or smoky.
In Ohio, Hayes’ official majority for
< lover nor,...................................................... U. F- Grover
Ncvretary of State,.................. S. I. < hadwick
The damage recently done by floods
State Treasurer,......................................... Y. H. Brown
State Printer.............................................. M. • Brown
in Ireland is enormous.
Sup’t of Public Instruction...L. L. Rowland
It is proposed to hold a Free Masons’
FIRST JUPICIAT. DISTRICT.
71 FRONT STREET,
Congress, with delegates from all over
BOYS’ and GIRLS’
P. P. Prim
Circuit Judge ,t..........................
the world, in London, in 1877.
I »1st riet
A St. Louis physician has offered a
REA DY-MADE CLOTHING,
(’minty Judge............................. F. B. Watson
of $1,000 for an authenticated
County Commissioners...... | M A.Hueston
case of death from eating ripe water
......... J. W. Manning
BOOTS and SHOES,
........... E. D. Fondrav
The latest discovery in Pompeii is
Treasurer,....................... . .................... K. Kubli
Assessor........................... .......... W. A. Childers GROCERIES, BEDSTEADS A CHAIRS,
of the figure of a woman lighting
School Superintendent, ........... H. C. Fleming
in the cook-stove, while her hus i
Surveyor,......................... ............. J.. S. Howard
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES, band is asleep in bed.
Coroner........................... ................ H. T. Inlow
Official Paper,................. ...D emocratic T imes
Tho consumption of tea in the Union
josF.rniNE county .
for the last two years appears from
County Judge,.................. ..... M. F. Baldwin LIQUOHS, TOBACCO and CIGABS,
the latest data to be at least 50,000,000,
County Commissioners,.. " ( James Neely.
GLASSWARE, HTA’DOIF GLASS, if not 60,000,000 pounds, per annum.
Sheriff,................................ ...... Dan. L. Green
Gen. Joseph E. Johnston denies the
Clerk.................................... ...... Cha«. Hughes
report of his having accepted an ap
Treasurer,.......................... ........ Wm. Naueke
Assessor.............................. ........ John Howell
pointment from the Khedive to become
School Superintendent,.. ........... J. M. Smith At E. Jacob's New Store. PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND, Commander-in-Chief of the Egyptian
...... W. N. Sanders
..D emocratic T imes
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
The horse Os ’oola made some good
court sittings .
in a tin e and five race at La
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
Jackson County.— Circuit C<iurt, second
Grande recently. The heats were
Monday in February. June and November.
made in 1:46|, 1:46J and 1:50, respec
County Court, first Monday in each month.
LT. OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD I
Josephine County.— Circuit Court, fourth A at the very lowest rates. If you don't
f^“Solc Aecnts for Oretron for the cele
Monday in April an<l fourth Monday in Oc lielieve mo, call and ascertain prices for brated CARBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which
Airs. Montgomery, who is jointly
tober. Conntv Court, first Monday in Jan yourselves. No humbug !
kills Ticks, Lice «and all parasites on sheep, accused with Dan Smith with robbing
uary, April, July and October.
All kinds ot produce ami hides taken in and is a sure cure for screw-worm, seaband
the mail, has l»een bailed out by her
jacksonvit . ee precinct .
exchange for goods.
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
father, James Marlin, a wealthy farmer
Justice of the Peace,................. J. IT. Stinson
Constable.................................... A. M. Asbury
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
TOWN OF JACKSGNVII.T.E.
The Western Union Telegraph Com
f O. C. Beekman, Prcs’t,
pany has given notice that hereafter
I Sol. Sach«,
Cor. Cal. & Oregon Sts.,
I John Miller,
the rate for Atlantic cable messages
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES.
will be $1 per word instead of fifty
J ackson ville.
cents, as formerly.
Recorder..................... ................. U. S. TTavden
Treasurer..................... ................... Henry Pape
he scholastic year of this
The total number of strings in a
Marshal....................... ............... J. P. McDaniel
school will commence about the middle
when properly stretched to pro
Street Commissioner .................... Silas J. Dav
of August. and is divided in four sessions,
right tones, exert a pull of
of eleven weeks each. The following are the
over ten tons. This explains why
T he P ikenix . The most interest*
of furniture, consisting of
Board and tuition, per term.............
good pianos must be durable and heav
ing of all fabulous creatures is the
Bed and Bedding.................................
A n O ld G irl .—Minerva Isadore Phoenix. It was exceedingly beauti
B. F. IIOLSCLAW. M. D.,
Drawing and painting........................
Manchester was pretty nearly all the ful, as large as an eagle, with a plum,
Piano,...................................................... . 15.00
name belonging to a woman with gray
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Entrance fee, only once,...................
cided that newspaper men have a right hair, cracked voice and shuffling gait, age that shone like gold around its
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
to carry deadly weapons if deemed who slided out at the tolling of the bell. neck, a purple body, and a tail of bin«
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
and rose-colored feathers. It had «
necessary for self-defense while in the
“This is a case of drunkenness,” re cock’s comb under its neck, and a
Primary, per term,.................................... 8 6.M
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
discharge of their journalistic duties.
marked the Court as he held up the magnificent crest. The splendid look
Dr. L. DANFORTH,
I’ARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
There are miles enough of railroad warrant.
ing bird was supposed to live five hun
Pupil« are received at any time, and their
the United States to go three times I “Oh, well, don’t be too hard on us dred years and then burn itself, to rise
term« will be counted from the day ot their
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
entrance. For further particulars apply at
around the world, and yet there are girls,” she replied, giggling like a par from the ashes young, strong apd
Ha« removed tn Jacksonville, and tenders
not enough to go once around among rot, and trying to look attractive.
more beautiful than ever. An old
hand and made to order. Planing done on
his professional services to the public.
writer gives a long account of this
Office and residence on Third street, op(>o-
H. F. JOHNSON,
site and east of the M. E. Church.
new birth of the Phoenix, which al
Late Bush A Co. Late of Johnson A Hearn.
“I’ll be twenty-seven next week !” ways took place at Heliopolis, tho
A company of Indians claiming to
J. A. CALLENDER, M. D.,
City of the Sun. A priest made a fire
BUSH & JOHNSON,
be Modocs are exhibiting themselves she replied promptly.
of spices on the altar, and the bird
in Paris and drawing immense crowds.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
never see fifty-five again.”
flew into the flames and was burned
Forwarding A Commission Merchants, I
with the spices. A small worm would
mother used to wash for him, and
then be found in the ashes on the al.
claims relationship on that account.
A circular issued by the mercantile Manchester, but tell how you plead to tar, and on the second day after it ap
Office at residence, on Fifth street, op
peared it would be transformed into a
posite the Court House.
agency of Dun, Barlow & Co. gives this charge.”
nrd, and in one day after that, or the
he new ftrm of kahler a bro . the number of failures for the first
TERMINUS OF C. AND O. RAILROAD.
“I was a little tipsy, my love,” she third day after burning, the Phoenix
J. H. STINSON,
three quarters of the present year at said, “but I am going to be steady af would be itself again and would go
; liabilities, §131,175,503. The ter this. Let me go this morning, old
ATTORNEY- and COUNSELOR-AT-L AW,
DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS, number for the same last year was sweetness, and you shall have a slice off in fine spirits and in new clothes,
a r ark goods care b . a . t . also
that were warranted to last for five
AND JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
1VL buy Wool, Hide«, Deer Skins, Sheep Ever brought to Southern Oregon, Also 4,371 ; liabilities, §116,421,000.
of the bridal cake.”
mndred years.— St. Nicholas.
“I’ll bridle you for ninety days, old
The Indian Commissioners have en
We trust our knowledge of business and the latest and finest styles of
Office one block north of Court House, the wants of our patrons is a guarantee that
tirely failed to form a treaty with the girl,” replied the Court, “and if I
A ngora G oats .—Messrs. Carey <fc
didn’t think you’d die of old age in Myres have been engaged for several
And a groat variety of PERFUMES and think that they may possibly effect a that time I’d make it six months. Go years in raising goats in Amador and
Reading, April 13, 1875.
H. K. HANNA,
TOILET ARTICLES, including the best and treaty after awhile, by going to various back and sit down.”— Detroit Free
Calaveras county. Myres’ range is
cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
about four miles from Sutter Creek,
T8" Prescriptions carefully compounded. rately ; but nothing can ba accom
A D eath F ountain .—The Read and that of Carey is in Salt Springs
RORT. KAHLER, Druggist.
ing (Pa.) Eagle says: On Nebow Valley, in Calaveras, some thirty-five
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Ridge, in this county, about four miles mile distant. Lately their goats have
Prompt attention given to all business left
The contract for finishing up the in from Jack town, and on the farm lie increased to such an extent that the
in niv care.
Office in Orth’s Brick Building—upstairs.
side work on the new Capitol building, longing to Henry Miller, there is what range became overstocked, and they
consisting of plumbing, plastering and is called a gas spring. This is proba wero compelled to reduce their herds.
RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS,
C. W. KAHLER.
E. B. WATSON.
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. carpenter work, was awarded by the bly the greatest curiosity in Pennsyl Recently they drove a band through
KAHLER A WATSON,
Board of State Capitol Commissioners, vania. The water is cold, but bub Sutter Creek consisting of 1,060 head,
a few days ago, to W. S. Harn, of bles and foams as if boiling; but the which they intend taking into South
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, Flowers, Feathers and Trimmings,
he proprietors of tuts well -
ern Oregon to sell. They are of the
known and popular resort would in Portland, for the sum of §24,195—he greatest wonder is the inevitable de
form their friends and the public generally to furnish all material, except lumber, struction of life produced by inhaling Angora kind, suitable for breeding,
HAIR, JUTE AND
that a complete and first-class stock of the which is to be furnished by the Com the gas. No living thing is found and among them are many fine bucks.
Will practice in the Supreme, District and
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and
The owners informed us that they
other Courts of this State.
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand. missioners. The bids were sixteen in within a circuit of 100 yards of the
LINEN braids and switches , They will he pleased to have their friends number, ranging from $24,195 to §28,- spring. The very birds, if they hap had found the business of goat breed,
Office in Court House—upstairs.
“call and smile.”
400, and Mr. Harn’s was the lowest.
pen to fly over it, drop dead. We ex ing a very profitable one. They find
a ready market for the mohair in San
Tho La Grande Sentinel says the perimented with a snake of the cop Francisco at one dollar per pound.
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also lie found
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
here. We would l»e pleased to have persons people of Union county have raised a perhead variety on its destructive pro From San Francisco the inohair is
Agent for McCall’s Bazaar Fashions. possessing curiosities and specimens bring purse of §1,000, gold coin, which they perties by holding it a few feet above
them in, and we will placethem in the Cab
the water. It stretched dead in two shipped direct to the alpaca works at
Jamestown, N. Y., and there convert
inet for inspection.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State. JOHN L. CARTER Sc SON,
tween now and November 20th, to be minutes. It will kill a human being ed into fabrics. As much as fifty
WINTJEN A HELMS.
Prompt attention given to all business en
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
run for by any three of the following in twenty minutes. We stood over it thousand pounds of mohair has been
trusted to my care.
horses : Osceola, Twenty-One, Foster, about five minutes when a dull aching shipped from this State this season.—
Office in the building formerly occupied by
Emma McCormick, and free to all sensation crept over us, and our eyes Sutter Creek (Cal.) Ensign.
Kahler A Watson, opposite Court House.
LIME FOR SALE,
other horses ; race to be three best in began to swim. The gas which es
E ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
Dr. J. C. BELT,
five, mile heats, or further if a majority capes here is the rankest kind of car
all kinds of Painting, including
A ny man doing business can in
of the parties entering so agree ; race bonic acid.
PHYSICIAN AND S URG EON,
his business by advertising.
BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE. to be run to the rules of the National
when called upon to adver
N orwegian C hickens at N igiit .
Turf Associât- n or San Francisco Bay
tise in his local journal he should not
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD IIERE- District Fair Association ; entrance, 10 —A correspondent of the Hartford say, “Well, it don’t do me anj’ good ;
by inform the public that he has ONE per cent.
Post, says :
people will buy of me anyhow.” Such
Having located in the town of Jacksonville, WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
THOUSAND BUSHELS of superior Jackson
for the purpose of practicing Surgery and
We had the curiosity while in Nor. talk makes a man of spirit, and one
The three greatest grain-producing
Creek Limo for sale cheap. Persons wish
othor branches of his profession, respect
ALL 8TYLE8 OF GRAINING DONE.
ing Brick-laying or Plastering done in the countries in the world are Russia, way to see for ourselves what the who knows the benefit of advertising,
fully asks a portion of the public natron
best style and at reasonable rates will do
Orders from the country promptly attend well to call on me. For further information France and the United States, in the chickens would do at night in those boil over with indignation to think
air#»^ Office—Second door north of the U.
order named. The statistics of 1870 long days of almost perpetual sun. that the profession he has chosen is so
inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
G. W. HOLT.
show that Russia produced 460,000,000 So, on the road from Stockholm into lightly thought of by men doing busi
Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1875.
bushels of wheat ; the United States, Norway, we took pains to inform our ness in a live community. Business
Matt. Dillon's New Saloon,
286,000,000 ; France about the same. selves in these interesting matters. men should all advertise in their local
alifornia S treet ,
Russia exported one-eighth of her We found that, wholly disregarding paper heartily, knowing that the l>ene-
Next door to Reames Bros.,
grain. The United States, however, the sun, the hens all went to roost in flts are mutual. Let those who cannot
Proprietor. THIRD STREET, JACKSONVILLE, OR.,
S. P. JONES,
grows an enormous amount of corn, Norway just about 7 o’clock p. m . al appreciate the virtue of advertising
which the others do not. It is likely, through June, though the sun was hide their light with a half bushel
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
also, that Austria will soon rival the four or five hours high, and the world measure, and if anybody wants to find
one but the choicest and best
two last named countries, at least was “as light as a cork.” They re out whether they are in business or
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
rpHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
when her land is more generally taken turned to the active duties of life be not, let them inquire of some ot their
1 ure in announcing th.it he lias just
THROUGH TICKETS, 12 j C ents . up and cultivated. South Australia fore three the next morning.
DRINKS, 12 i CENTS.
opnned out at the above location, and will
own or their wife’s near relation«. By
constantly keep on hand a complete and
keeping one’s business- liefore the peo
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
finH-ciaasstock of the beat brands of wino«,
ple life and enterprise will be accorded
fHOTCE WINES, LIQUORS AND CI-
liquor», cigars, etc., and also the latest Eas pay. Families needing anything in our line
tern periodicals and leading newspapers of
> gars constantly on hand. The reading tons of which have already been ex- of 117,000 habitual criminals on the to the advertiser, ami a merited pat-
Itest to lie found on the Coast. Give us a table is also supplied with Eastern periodi-
the cKk Give me .
• ronage secured.
call, and you will be well satisfied.
i cals and leading pajters of the Coast,
STATE OF OREGON.