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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 12, 1875
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
T. A. DAVIS.
tifNEBAL NOTES AND NEWN.
THE O. A C. RAILROAD.
A COSTLY CABPET.
T. A. DAVIS & CO.,
San Francisco has 352 unmarried
From the San Francisco Font we
Among the many treasures owned
learn that the Committee of the by A. T. Stewart, the “ merchant
Governor,.................................. ... L. F. Grover
Secretary of State,................... I* • < hadwick i
and California Railroad bond, prince,” is a magnificent carpet, which
News from Virginia City is to the
State Treasurer,.......................... A. II. Brown
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, effect
appointed at a meeting on was intended to grace the halls of roy
that work is resuming rapidly.
State Printer................... . ........... M ■ • Brown
the 15th of September have issued a alty, having been manufactured for
Sup’l of Public Instruction...L. L. Rowland
Grasshoppers have recently made circular to the bondholders, of which the Emperor Napoleon. Its size is
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
71 FRONT STREET,
their appearance in Louisiana in great the following are the main points :
BOYS’ and GIRLS’
Circuit Judge..................................... 1*. P. Prim
about forty feet square. The centre
District Attorney,......................H. K. Hanna
According to a recent statement of piece, its most prominent object, oc
R E A I) Y - M A I) E CLOTHING, PORTLAND, OREGON.
According to experts, there are 140,- the President of the railway, its lia cupying nearly one half of the whole
Conntv Judge,........................... E. B. Matson
000 tons of wheat in this Stato for ex- bilities were $7,808,026 ; and he also area, represents a beautiful oval
(John O’Brien, I
stated that in 1873 the gross receipts shaped picture set in gold fr$me, and
County Commissioners...... ] M A.Hueaton |
E KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
were $869,188, and the net revenue suitably hung, would at a distance be
BOOTS and SHOES,
Sheriff,........................................ J- W. Manning
a complete stock of
Franklin Pierce was the only Presi- $277/214; while in 1874 the gross re easily mistaken for an elegant paint
Clerk............................................. E. D. Foudrav i
dent who went out of office with a ceipts were $884,920, the net revenue ing.
Treasurer,............................................. K. Kubli
Assessor..................................... W. A. Childera GROCERIES, BEDSTEADS J- CHA IBS,
Cabinet as originally appointed.
amounting to $187,813. This appears
The picture shows the harbor, castle
School Superintendent,......... 11. (’• Fleming
Surveyor,.......................................I. S. Howard
surrounding country of Marseilles,
A wandering band of Cheyennes lias
Coroner........................................... H. T. Inlow
PERFUMERY’ and TOILET ARTICLES, twice defeated tho United States sale of lands, which the committee France. In the foreground, one is
Official Paper.................... D emocratic T imes
believe to be valuable. The amount charmed by the blue w’ater and the
troops near Fort Hayes recently.
The Cassiar mines, in British Colum required to pay the annual interest on stately ships at anchor, further back
County Judge............................M. F. Baldwin LIIUOBS, TOBACCO and CIGABS.
bia, this season averaged $750 to the the first mortgage land grant bonds is the harlior and ancient castle, Tiring
f S. Messenger,
County Commissioners,...... | James Nerl v>
GL ASSIALE, HAVDOJU GLASS, man, about 800 miners digging there. $267,085. Up to last January the grandly in its magnificent whiteness
company met its engagements on its against the green foliage enveloping
Sheriff,........................................ Dan. L. Green
Clerk,.......................................... (’has. Hughes
bonded debt with regularity, but de the base of the mountains which forui
PAINTS, OILS AND
Treasurer,..................................................... Win. Naucke
fault was then made on the first mort the background and lift their heads into
Assessor........................................................ John Howell
gage bonds. The President, in March, the blue sky, flaked with fleecy clouds.
School Superintendent,................ J. M. Smith At E. Jacob's New Store, PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
stock of lawsuits to maintain this num asked the bondholders to fund the Napoleon’s coat of arms surmount the
Surveyor,...................................W. N. Sanders
Coroner...................................... Geo. E. Briens
coupons for four years and a half, to en picture, and a Latin motto, wrought
Official Paper.................... D emocratic T imes
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
No importation of cattle from Great able him to pay off the floating debt. in gold on blue ribbon like ground,
court sittings .
Britain is permitted by the Secretary The committee think some modifica lies half unrolled at the base.
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
.Tackium County.— Circuit Court, second
Immediately surrounding this love
of the Treasury, on account of the I tion of this may prove advisable, but
Monday in February. June and November.
County Court, first Monday in each month.
prevalence of the mouth disease among that it would be unwise for the bond ly picture, in a bed of rich brown, is a
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holders at present to agree to it. Un garland of beautiful flowers, much
.fruepAine County.— Circuit Court, fourth Zv at the very lowest rates. If you don’t
7-^* Sole Aeonfs for Oregon for the cele them there.
Monday in April and fourth Monday in Oc believe me, call and ascertain prices for brated CARBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which
der the terms of the mortgage it larger than natural size, but so bril
tober. County Court, first Monday in Jan yourselves. No humbug !
would be necessary for nearly all the liant and so delicately and accurately
kills Ticks, Lice and all parasites on sheep,
uary, April, July and October.
All kinds ot produce and hides taken in and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and Wasco county, on Oct. 14th took from bondholders tn concur before such a represented that it seems as if one
exchange for goods.
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
a swarm of bees 74 pounds of clean scheme could lie carried into effect. might stoop and lift the petals one
Justice of the Peace,.................. J. IT. Stinson
honey. The bees swarmed in Juue, They propose to receive the bonds of from another. Outside of this gar
Constable................................... A. M. Asbury
were hived in a sugar barrel.
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
such holders as will co-operate with land, serving as a border to the carpet,
f C. C. Beekman, Pres’t,
The Emperor and Empress of Rus- them, and issue in exchange negotia is a wreath formed of overlapping oak
| Sol. Sachs,
wear pretty good clothes, The ble receipts. As holders of the bonds leaves and acorns, also iu natural col
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
•I John Miller,
latter has a red velvet mantle lined they will be able to act in the United ors, their various shades of green and
| Wm. noffman,
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES.
I K. Kubli.
Oregon. with 228 sable skins, and valued at States on behalf of the bondholders. brown blending in exquisite beauty.
...I’. S. ITavden
It is quite impossible to give an idea
about $26,000. The Emperor has a It will tie necessary to raise a fund for
__ Henry Pape
this wonderful fabric, which was
this purpose, and they ask for a sub
HE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF TIITS
coat of blue fox skin, worth $24,000.
J. P. McDaniel
of one-half per cent, on the made with the needles of poor woaien,
__ Silas J. Dav
Old Bill Allen rose right up, but not scription
of August, and is divided in four sessions,
the bonds deposit who wrought it together, after th«
of eleven weeks each. The following are the
quite high enough. He is said to ed—that is, £1 for of each
£20d or $1,000 manner of the camel’s hair shawls. Its
have polled 30,000 more votes than bond—and an engagement
of furniture, consisting of
to make texture i9 as delicate as a silken robe,
Board and tuition, per term,............ £10.00
i had ever been cast for a former Gover further contributions, not exceeding
and no painter could portray color or
B. T. HOLSCLAW. M. D„
nor of Ohio. But for the inflation her one and a half per cent., as may be detail with greater skill. It actually
Drawing and painting........................
Piano....................................................... . 15.00
esy he would have been elected by a necessary.
cost $10,000 to make it. Mr. Stewart
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
It is announced that the Frankfort saw it at the Paris Exposition, and
SELECT DAY’ SCHOOL.
Committee for the protection of those purchased it as a novelty to exhibit
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
a few miles out from Umatilla on Oct. holding seven per cent, bonds of the to friends who visit his “ up-town ”
Primary, per term
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
21st, succeeded in capturing over $4,- i road have declared a dividend of store.
Dr. I» DANFORTH.
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS, ! 000 in treasure. Wells, Fargo & Co. seven-tenths per cent, on account of
Pupils are received at any time, and their
J ohn M organ , the G uerilla .—
! offer $1,500 reward for the capture and the coupons due on the 1st of October.
terms will be counted from the day of their
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
weeks ago a man named Pen
entrance. For further particulars' apply at
I conviction of the thieves, and parties
died at the Cascades, who it
Also Doors. Sash and Blinds always on are now on their track, with prospects
W ell P layed . —The average San
Has removed to Jacksonville, and tenders the Academy.
hand and made to order. Planing done on of success.
his professional services to the public.
Francisco boy can equal his Eastern appears was the noted John Morgan,
Office and residence on Third street, oppo
who commanded a band of guerillas
site and east of the M. E. Church.
There are al>out $47,000,000 now cousin in devilment and strategy during the late war. Coming to this
Laie Bush A Co. Late of Johnson A Hearn. cialty.
most of the arts which boys are
j lying idle in the banks of New York, in
but the following account of State, as one might say, with a prico
J. A. CALLENDER, M. D.,
BUSH & JOHNSON,
and no customers can be found to use how a Baltimore
boy obtained some set upon his head, he found that a
them. One hundred millions are now
P H Y' S I C I A N AND SURGEON,
twine from his kite from a druggists’ man from Missouri was watching him
rather too closely for comfort and he
F'orwarding A Commission Merchants,
in the same condition. The amount of reel will show that our youths have took up a ranch in the timber just east
currency now in circulation is $87,000,- still something to learn: The boy en of the Upper Cascades, away from
tered the store, accompanied by an
000 more than in 1866.
Office at residence, on Fifth street, op
other boy and a dog. Boy No. 2, travel, where he might rest securely.
posite the Court House.
At the election in McMinnville some having placed a bottle upon counter, While in Portland on business he vis
he new firm of katiler a rro . man voted a ballot that read, “one demurely asked fbr five cents’ worth ited the house cf a friend rather than
TERMINUS OF C. AND O. RAILROAD.
have the largest and most complete spool No. 13 ; one spool No. 14 ; one
J. H. STINSON.
of “sirup of squill and polygolic,” and trust a hotel, and even in this privacy
spool black.” We imagine that man while the doctor was filling the order he met an old comrade who recognized
ATTORNEY’ and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
him as his quondam leader, but who
YI"ARK GOODS CARE B. A J. ALSO DRUGS, MEDICINES A- CHEMICALS, I I looking sort of silly that night when boy No. 1 was tying the end of the
ANO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
1VL buy Wool, Hides, Deer Skins, Sheep I Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also he went home, and about the first cord to the dog’s tail. When the man i well and truly kept the secret When
thing he heard was, “Did you bring of medicine returned to the counter brought to his deathbed by the effect
We trust our knowledge of business and the latest and finest styles of
that thread ?” and the only thing he that reel was flying like fury. The a w’ound he had received in his lungs
•Office one block north of Court House, the wants of our patrons is a guarantee that
had in his pocket was an election ticket. doctor quietly reached for a pallet during his last raid, he confessed his
we will do business to their entire satisfac
identity to his friends, after which he
The annual great four-mile race is to knife, and, having hung himself over seemed more resigned, and at last
And a treat variety of PERFUMES and
H. K. HANNA.
TOILET ARTICLES, including the best and come off at San Francisco on the 13th the counter, made a desperate whack
cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER of November, 1875, for a purse of $30,- at the cranium of the youngster, w ho, yielded up his spirit and was launched
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
FUMED SOAPS in this market.
he supposed, was sitting on the floor into the presence of that righteous
r.-fr Prescriptions careful I v compounded. 000, given by the Pacific Jockey Club.
helping himself. But lo! the boys Judge who knoweth all things.
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
turf contest ever witnessed in Califor- and the dog Bouncer were not there.
B ackward , P in B ackward .—
Prompt attention given to all business left
Backward, pin backward my skirts in
TABLE ROCK SALOON,
In nay care.
stop his reel, was obliged to give it up their flight, make me small again, just
Office in Orth’s Brick Building—upstairs.
Wild Idle, Grinstead, Katie Pease, on account of the heat it communi for to-night; I am so weary, and my
cated to the palm of his hand. When
C. W. KAHLER.
E. B. WATSON.
RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS,
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. Springbok, Rutherford, Revenue, Jr., he reached the door he beheld the skirts are so long, sweep the pave
Fannie Hall, Hock Hocking and
ments as I walk along, gathering dirt
KAHLER & WATSON,
boys two blocks off, and Bouncer in out of the street, looked at by every
ATTORNEY’S A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, Flowers, Feathers and Trimmings,
the middle of the street, going at the one that I meet; mother, dear mother,
HE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WELL-
rate of forty knots an hour, the string
known and popular resort would in
the invitations to participate in the pointing directly towards his tail. I know I’m a fright; pin back my
HAIR, JUTE AND
that a complete and first-class stock of the Centennial exhibition, to-wit: The The reel continued to spin for some skirts, mother, pin ’em back tight.
Will practice in the Supreme, District and
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and Argentine Confederation, Belgium,
Mother, dear mother, the days are
- other CourtsofthisState.
so warm, and I’m tired of this
LINEN BRAIDS AND SWITCHES, They will be pleased to have their friends Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Canada, China, own accord.”
Office in Court House—upstairs.
dress I have on; it is so clumsy
“call and smile.”
Ecuador, Egypt, France. Germany,
don’t fit me right, pin it back,
Great Britain, Ireland and colonies,
A ntiquity of the “ R ag B aby .”
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also be found Guatemala and Salvador, Hayti, Hon —A cotemporary has been rumaging mother, pin it back tight; now I
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
here. We would lie pleased to have persons duras, Hawaii, Italy, Japan, Liberia, the Cyclopedias to ascertain the origin am ready, don’t I look sweet ? smil
Agent for McCall's Bazaar Fashions. possessing curiosities and specimens bring
ing on all I happen to meet; I’m in
them in, and we will place them in the Cab Mexico, the Netherlands, Nicaragua, I of paper money, and tells us that it is
inet for inspection.
Portugal, Peru, Sweden and Norway, the invention of the Kahn of Tartary, fashion, so that is al! right; pin back
Will practice in all the Courts of tho State. JOHN L. CARTER & SON,
Spain, Tunis, Turkey, United States and we may well believe it from the my skirts, mother, pin ’em back tight.
Prompt attention given to all business en
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
trusted to my care.
of Columbia, Venezuela, Victoria.
fact that after the issue of greenbacks Mother, dear mother, I know it’s a
Office in the building formerly occupied by
sin, to wear dresses that show off one’s
Kahler A Watson, opposite Court House.
The New York Express promises in by our Government, many a creditor, limbs ; but what is a poor girl going
LIME FOR SALE,
advance these reform measures: A whose claims were liquidated in that to do, if all the world wears ’em too ?
ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
Dr. J. C. BELT,
curtailment of the expenditures for currency, believes to this day that “he It is only those who are thin that are
all kinds of Painting, including
the navy, which aggregated $31,000,- caught a Tartar.” Our searcher after afraid to show off a form that is not
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOUSE PAINTING,
BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE. 000 in 1874, against only $9,000,000 knowledge tells us that the great trav well made ; you may laugh, but you
for the British navy, ten times as ef eler, Marco Polo, five centuries ago, know that I am right; pin beck my
described the money which the Grand
he undersigned would here ficient as ours ; a saving of $50,000,000 Kahn issued. Bits of paper manu skirts, mother, pin ’em back tight.
by inform the public that he has ONE a year in all the departments ; peace factured from the mulberry bark and
Having located in the town of Jacksonville, WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
BUSHELS of superior Jackson and prosperity at the South and a tariff
C ut a D ido . —It is told in history
for the purpose of practicing Surgery and
Creek Lime for sale cheap. Persons wish strictly for revenue. These are high stamped with the royal seal were the
other branches of nis profession, respect
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING DONE.
Dido, a queen of Tyre, about 870
ing Brick-laying or Plastering done in the
currency of the realm. The Kahn,
lily asks a portion of the pnblicpatron
before Christ, fled from that
Orders from the country promptly attend
age. Office-Second door north of the U.
however had a method of preventing
any depreciation of this currency. It place upon the murder of her husband,
inquire at tho Franco-American Hotel.
not to the confidence of the country.
G. W. HOLT.
was not only a legal tender, but who and with a colony settled upon the
The Supreme Court of Iowa lately ever refused it was considered guilty northern coast of Africa, where she
Matt. Dillon’» New Saloon, EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS, Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1875.
rendered a decision which is deemed of high treason and speedily felt the built Carthage. Being in want of
C alifornia S treet ,
land, she bargained with the natives
of importance to railway companies headman’s axe.
Next door to Reames Bros.,
for as much as she could surround with
and persons living along lines of road.
Proprietor. THIRD STREET, JACKSONVILLE, OR., In 1873, a farmer of Iowa brought suit
S. P. JONES,
T he business education of farmers a bull’s hide. Having made the agree
against the Milwaukie and St. Paul should be like that of men engaged in ment, she cut the bull’s hide into fine
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
railway for damages caused by sparks any other pursuit ; and it should be as strings and, tying them together,
one but the choicest and best
from a passing locomotive, which set essential that the farmer’s boy and girl claimed as much land as she could sur
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
fire to the grass and burned his fence. should have a thorough knowledge of round with the long line she had
ure in announcing that he has just
DRINKS, 12} CENTS.
opened out at the above location, and will
A judgment was rendered in the court book-keeping and the forms of business made. The natives allowed the cun
conatantly keep on hand a complete and
against the company for the transactions as that they should know' ning queen to have her way; but
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
of the best brands of wines,
when anybody played off a sharp trick
ra, etc., and also the latest Eas-
r-as- pay. Families needing anything in our line
1TTOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CI- 1 amount demanded. The railroad com- how to add, subtract and multiply.
they said he had “cut a Dido,” and
tern periodicals and leading newspapers of can always l»e supplied with tiie purest and
1 gars constantly on hand. The reading ! pany appealed to the Supreme Court, 1
best to be fount! on the Coast. (Jive us a table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
the phrase has come dowu to our day.
1>ILLOS. I call,
i and the decision was affirmed.
and you will be well satisfied.
STATE OF OREGON.
cals and leading papers of the Coast,
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