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NOVEMBER 26, 1875.
S ize in the E ye . —Size with the
eye, as with the brain, is generally
conceded to be a measure of capacity.
A large eye has a larger range of vis
ion, as it unquestionably has of ex
pression. A large eye will take in
more at a glance, though perhaps with
less attention to detail, than a small
one. Generally speaking, large eyes
see things in general, and small eyes
things in particular. The one sees
many things as a whole, considering
them in a philosophical and specula
tive way, often seeing through and
beyond them ; the other sees fewer
things but usually looks keenly into
them, and Is appreciative of detail.
Some eyes, however, look at every
thing anti yet see nothing. Fullness
of the eye, causing a bulging of the
lower eyelids, is the well-known sign
of language. Persons with this sign
large have not only a speaking eye but
also a speaking tongue ; whereof their
fellows do not long remain in ignor
ance. A general projection or full
ness of the eye above and lielow,
which brings the eyeball forward on a
line with the face and eyebrow, de
notes the quality of physical percep
tion or the capacity to see quickly
whatever appears upon the surface of
things. A person with such an eye,
upon entering a room for the first time,
would rapidly note the shape, size, ar
rangement and general appearance of
the different articles of furniture in it,
the color of the walls, curtains, etc.,
take in with equal facility the color of
the eyes and hair, size and appearance
of any person who might be present.
In looking at a picture, such a person
would at once incline to examine the
details of color, number, grouping, at.
titude, and costume of the figures
composing it.— Annual of Phrenology.
T he D ownfall
T weed . —The
New York correspondent of the Cin.
cinnati Gazette, speaking of Tweed
and his faithful wife, says: “They
were married when the man was a
chairmaker, and they might have had
a happy career had the former re
mained honest. They lived in a plain
manner, mingled with mechanic’s so
ciety, and were the parents of two
boys and two girls, good looking and
healthy children. The era of mere
tricious splendor has come and gone
like a dream. The girls are mar
ried. Each had a diamond wedding
and each has sunk into obscurity and
poverty. The two sons held fine ap
pointments in the service of the ring,
re now only lounging around
A full million and a
cd into the hands of her
her husband is still a
prisoner. A seedy and corpulent old
man inhabiting a pair of rooms in
Ludlow Street Jail is all that is left
of one who has been Alderman, Con
gressman, chairmaker, lawyer, Com
missioner of Parks, Public Buildings
and Docks, State Senator, and for
seven years the autocrat of this city.
The only redeeming feature is the
faithful wife, who is reducing herself
to poverty in hope of obtaining her
ALL KINDS OF
you youngsters think all kinds of |
hairs are alike, except as to color; but |
that Is only because your eyes aro not Odd Fellows’ Building, Jacksonville, Oregon, (California St., one door west ofSachs Bros.,)
very sharp. If your eyes were as
sharp as a microscope, you could tell
DEALER & WORKER IN
from the tiniest slice of a hair whether
it grew on a boy or a quadruped. A
DEALER AND WORKER IN
human hair, I am told, looks in that TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc.
CHICAGO AND NORTH -WESTERN
searching little instrument like a hol
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ETC.
low tube, quite transparent and
marked with irregular lines around it.
THE POPULAR ROUTE OVERLAND.
eeps constantly on hand an
On looking very closely, these are
assortment of the best
seen to be the ends of separate surface
Passengers for Chicago, Niagara Falls,
coats, or bark of the hair. Think of I AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, TINWARE,
Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Montreal, Quebec,
New York, Boston, or any point East,
your hairs having bark I Inside the
thin, scaly covering is a fibrous sub
stance from the bulb, where it begins,
CHAINS, LEAD PIPE,
to the point. The color of the hair is
Via the Pioneer Route,
decided by the color of the fluid that A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES,
11Y DR AU LIC NOZZLES,
THE CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN
PAINTS, SIZES, GLASS,
tills this transparent tube. A cat’s
OLS, HOSE, POWDER.
hair looks under this prying instru
ment like the trunk of an old rough
THIS IS THE BUST ROUTE EAST,
BAR, PLATE AND ASSORTED IRON, i
palm tree, while a bat’s hair resembles
flowers of a trumpet shape, stuck into
Its Track is of STEEL RAILS, and on it h»i bee»
each other to form a chain. A bat from POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
made the FASTEST time that has ever been MADE iir
this country. By thia route passengers for points east
India has the trumpet-shape cups ex
of Chicago have choiceof the following lines from Chicago:
panded very wide, and notched on
BY THE PITTSBURG. FORT WAYNE AND CHICAGO
NEATLY EXEC TJTED AT
Fuse and Caps,
AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILWAYS,
the edge. Hair from the head of a I II
TRAIN’S DAILY, with Pullman Palace-
bee is pointed and set with short hairs
• 9 Cars through to Philadelphia aud New York on
BRASS AND TRON WIRE,
standing straight out from the stem ; Wooden and Willow Ware,
-4 THROUGH TRAIN, with Pullman Palace Cars to
1 Baltimore and Washington,
and the hairs of a caterpillar are like
THE LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN
stout, horny rods, drawn to a point, i
RAILWAY AN’I) CONN ECTU NS (NEW YORK CEN
and set with spines on each side.
TRAL AND ERIE RAILROADS:)
Q THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with Palace Drawing
This is very queer, but there is an.
> Room and Silver Palace Sleep ng Cars through to
other thing about it. If the hairs of
RY THE MICHIGAN CENTRAL. GRAND TRUNK,
sheep and other animals whose hair is PAINTS OILS VARNISHES. GLASS,
GREAT WESTERN AND ERIE AND NEW YORK CEN
used in manufactures, had not rough
TRAL RAILWAYS :
WHEEL-B A RROWS,
seals which clasp and mat together,
) THROUGH TRAINS, with Pullman Palace Drawing
» > Room and Sleeping Cars through to New York to
they could not be made into felting.
Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Rochester, or New York city
That is what makes broadcloth and
WOOD F. N -4 ND WIL L O W WA B E,
BA’ BALTIMORE AN’I) OHIO RAILROAD:
TRAINS DAILY, with Pullman Palace
THE TIMES OFFICE, O THROUGH
other woolen cloth so firm and strong, ( Shot Brushes, Chains and Hose,
Cars for Newark. Zanesville, Wheeliug, Warhiug-
ton and Baltimore without change.
A ll S orts
H airs .
T he P ope ’ s P ersonal H abits .—
Pius IX rises at 5 a . m , and from that
time till 7:30 is spent in meditation
and prayer. After this comes mass,
then a slight meal and short repose.
Presently the important matter, busi
ness correspondence to be reviewed,
afterward delicate affairs to be thought
over, and most particular private au
diences. At 12, Pius is prepared to
receive the world. He will see any
person of any country or religion,
will converse with all and give each
his hand to kiss, and makes a pleas
ant little speech to everyone. Upon
larger presentation being made he sits
upon his throne and makes more se
rious and set speeches of a more elo
quent nature. He is very fond of be
ing familiar, and prefers to talk as
a genial old father ; he generally
chooses some verse from the Scripture
or the litany to discourse upon on sol
emn occasions, and invariably adapts
his address to the circumstances and
M iddle L ife . —The maid of six
This is the SHORTEST, REST and only line running
Pullman celebrated PALACE SLEEPING CARS AND
COACHES, connecting with Union Pacific Railroad at
OVAIIA and from the WEST, via Grand Junction, Mar
shall. Ce>1ar Rapids. Clinton, Sterling and Dixon, for
CHICAGO AND THE EAST.
Always on hand a large lot of parlor, cook
ing, office, cabin stoves, of assorted sizes,
plain and fancy, constructed on the latest
I have secured the services of a First-class fuel-saving plans. Boilers, kettles, pots,
and everything connected with these stoves
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair warranted durable and perfect.
All articles sold or manufactured by him
ing promptly and in superior style.
warranted. His work is made of the best
material and of the choicest patterns.
Orders attended to with dispatch and
filled according to directions. He is deter
mined to sell at low prices foreash.
This popular route ia unsurpasaed for Speed, Confort
and Safety. The smooth, well-ballasted and perfect
track of steel rails, the celebrated Pullman Palace-
Sleeping Cars, the perfect Telegraph Syatem of moving
trains, the regularity with which they run. the admira-
tde arrangement for running through cara to Chicago-
from all points We-t. secure to passengers all the com
forts in modern Railway Traveling. No changes of Cars
and uo tedious delays at Ferries.
IA CKSON 1777. E, OREGON,
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
1 I am receiving and have constantly on
hand a full and first-class stock of
of all kinds, of the best brands,whalesale and
DRY GOODS, Gum Boots, TOBACCO,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Tn connection with all these I have on hand I
a large assortment ot
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc.
^50“ Everything sold at reasonable rates.
Give me a call.
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
of all kinds—just what every married man
wants in his family. And if you don’t be
lieve it, call and examine my stock before
Importer of farm implements and machines.
Passenger* will fiiei Tickets via thia Favorite Bente at
the General Ticket Office of the Central Pacific Rail
Tickets for «ale in all the Ticket Office« of the Central
W. II. STEXNETT.
MARVIN HfGHITT. Gen. Snp.
Gen Paa. Agents
11. P STAN WOOD, General Agency, 121 Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
HOTEL & RESTAURANT,.
AT MOST REASONABLE RATES!
Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall,
teen, disappointed in her handsome
Who may be suffering from the effect
of youthful follies or indiscretion, will do
boy lover, will grieve and pine for
j well to avail themselves of this, the great
him until she is twenty, then deny
est boon ever laid at the altar of suffenng
that she ever cared for him. The
humanity. D r . SPINNEY will guaran
tee to forfeit $500 for every ease of seminal
man whose intellect has accumulated
weakness, or private disease of any kind
••Hear, for I will apeak of excellent
a fund of knowledge since the pretty
or character which he undertakes and
butterfly he once tried to capture has WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, STL- fails to cure. He would therefore say j POWD'S EXTRACT - The great Vegetable rpiIE MADAME TAKES THIS METHOD
Pain Destroyer. Has been in use over
eluded his grasp, now smiles at his * V verware, etc., has received a largo ad to the unfortunate sufferer who may read
1 of tendering her thanks to the public for
thirty years, and for cleanliness and prompt
this notice that you are treading upon i
own fully, and kisses more fervently
natronage which has hitlierto been ex
dangerous ground when you longer de- j
CHILDREN No family can afford to bo without tended to her. and would respectfully solicit
the woman he calls wife. The vain and silverware.
lay in seeking the proper remedy for
Pond's Mxtract. Accidents, Bruises, its continuance.
ELGIN AND WALTHAM,
your complaint. You may be in the first
Contusions, Cuts, Sprains, are relieved
desire to attain some great popularity
Her tables aro always under her immedi--
almost instantly by external application.
grows weaker as we approach the mid Gold and Silver Watches. Gold and Silver the last. If you are bordering upon the
Promptly relieves pains of Burns, Scalds, ate control ; and by her long extierience In
Kxcoriations, Chafing«, Old Sores, the business she feels eonfident that she will
all imported from the first manufac-
dle age of life. The thought of fame Chains,
last, and are suffering some or all its ill
Boils, Felons, Corns, etc. Arrests in give entire satisfaction to all. Her beds and
hirers in the East. A fine lot of SETH
effects, remember that if you persist in
flammation, reduces swellings, stops bleeding, rooms are fitted tip in the most comfortable
lessens and if religious sentiment is THOMAS’
removes discoloration and heals rapidly.
procrastination .the time must come when
developed, a desire to be good rather
FEMALE WEAKNESSES. It always relieves style, suited to the accommodation of single
EIGHT-DAY WEIGHT CLOCKS.
the most skillful physician can render
pain in the back aud loins, fullness and press occupants or families. Her l>eds are always
P orter house S teak . — Few of than great becomes the motive of ac Also all kinds of E ioiit -D ay and 30- hour yon no assistance; when the door of hope
ing pain in the head, nausea, vertigo.
kept clean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
IN LEUCOBRIKE A it has no equal. All kinds of
our readers probably know how the tion.» Self grows less important after W ake of all kinds ; a new assortment of the gel of mercy can bring you relief. In no
ulcerations to which ladies are subject are
name originated for the meat they middle life.
promptly cured. Fuller details in book accom
ease has the Doctor failed of success.
panying each bottle.
Then let not despair work upon your im
like so well. An exchange says :
PILES—blind or bleeding—meet prompt relief
B riefly and W ell P ut . —The
and ready cure. No case, however chronic or
“This term has an American origin.
eficial results of his treatment l>efore |
obstinate, can long resist its regular use.
In 1814, a hungry pilot entered a
VARICOSE VEINS. It is the only sure cure.
your ease is beyond the reach of medical
DISEASES. It Las no equal for per
ALBUMS, DOLLS, BABY WAGONS,
New York |>orter-house on Pearl good thing:
skill, or before grim death hurries you I KIDNEY
to a premature grave. P’ull course ofi BLEEDINti from any cause. For this it is a spe
There is a certain class of men who
street, where lunch as well as drink
treatment, $25.00. Send money by Post |
cific. It has saved hundreds of lives when all
could be obtained. Morrison, the
Tn fact everything that is wanted for the hol
other remedies failed to arrest bleeding from
Office order or Express with full descrip
nose, stomach, lungs, and elsewhere.
keeper, had nothing but beef ordered saying: “Why don’t you give
idays. A fine lot of SILVER-PLATED
tion of case, (’all or address
TOOTIIACIIE, Earache, Neuralgia and
DR. A. B. SPINNEY,
for the next day’s family dinner, in fils? If I was running a newspaper I WARE of the best quality. Also a fine lot ol
Rheumatism are all alike relieved, and
No. 11 Kearney St., San Francisco.
___ often permanently cured.
the shape of a sirloin roasting-piece, would do it.” Our invariable reply Afumc Boxes, Accordeons, Guitars, Violins, etc.
PHYSICIAN ’S of all schools who are acquainted with
and from which he offered the pilot a has been, if they are anxious to exco
Pond's Extract of Witch Ilazel recom
A Fine Assortment of
mend it in their practice. We have letters of
cut, which he accepted. After raven riate anybody they can do so at the CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO,
commendation from hundreds of Physicians,
many of whom order it for use in their own
ously devouring it, he turned to his reasonable rate of ten cents a line. Pipes, Pipe-stems, and anything bf that
practice. In addition to the foregoing, they
host, who was expecting dissatisfac This invariably quiets them. They kind that mav be wanted. I am also Agent
order its use for Swellings of all kinds,
Prepared and bottled under ye immediate rapervi-
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Inflamed Ton
the GROVER A BAKER and FLOR
sion of Professor Thomas B. Cross, for ye last
tion, with the order, ‘Messmate, an are willing enough for us to get into for
sils, simple and chronic Diarrhoea, Ca
ENCE Sewing Machines, and keep them
other steak just like that.’ And hav trouble, but when we offer to let them constantly
tarrh (for which it is a ipecific', Chil
Cor. California & 4 th Sts.
on hand. I have just received
blains, Frosted Feet, Stings of
This celebrated Liniment has no equal in ye world
ing finished his steaks and porter, fight their own battles they suddenly the latest improved Florence, which feeds
Insects, Musquitoes, etc.. Chapped
and has produced more cures of Rheumatism, Neural
Hands, Face, und indeed all immr-T of
gia, Sprains, Scalds, Burns, Salt Rheum, Sore Nipples,
the old pilot ordered his steaks to be discover that it is not their business, the work FROM TIIEOPERATOR.
Jewelry, Watches and Clocks cleaned
Swellings, Lameness, Chapped Hands, Poisonous
‘cut off the roasting-piece for the fu and go off and call us afraid because and rAV
TOILET USE. Removes Soreness, Roughness
Bites, Bruises, 4c., on the human frame, and Sprains
repaired and warranted. Also Sewing
nE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
and Smarting | heals Cuts, Eruptions
Strains, Galls, Stiff Joints, Inflammation, 4c., on
ture,’ and soon his companions learned we refuse to do what they are afraid to. Machines cleaned and repaired.
spectfully inform their friends and the
and Pimples. It ratal, invifforatei aud
beast, than all other Liniments put together.
Give me a call.
rtfrtthet, while wonderfully improving the
the good that lies in the ‘small
public generally that they have purchased
Ml STANG LINIMENT is warranted to do
just what is promised, or ye money will be refunded.
the above establishment, which will be TO FARMERS-
C are of H orses ’ F eet . With Fall
loin steak,’ and Morrison was obliged
Pond's Extract. No Stock
Sold by all Druggists and Country Stores. Be sure
henceforth conducted under their constant
Breeder, no Livery Man can afford to be with
and get ye gknvine .
to order his butcher to cut his sirloin rains comes the mud, and extra pro
personal supervision, and they guarantee
out it. It is used by all the leading Livery
Lyon .Manufacturing Co., New York.
into steaks for his customers, and the caution should be used to keep the
satisfaction to all who may favor them with
Stables, Street Ruilroads and first Horsemen
in New York City. It has no equal for Sprains,
butcher, ordering his subordinates and horses’ feet in a healthy condition.
Harness or Saddle Chafings,
Scratches, Swellings, Cuts, Lacerations, Bleed
messengers, designated them as ‘por Wash the fetlocks frequently and with LIVERY STABLE within convenient distance of the various
ings, l’neumbnia, Colic, Diarrhoea, Chills,
ter bouse steaks,’ and increasing cus castile soap-suds if there is any irrita
houses of public entertainment. Horses
Colds, 4c. Its rangeof action is wide(and the
relief it affords is so prompt that it is invalua
and mules will l>c boarded and eared for at
tom and extended repute soon estab tion of the skin; then, after wiping
Oregon St., Jacksonville,
ble in every Farm-yard as well as in every
lished the term now so common in all dry, apply a little lard or sweet oil.
Farm-house. Let it be tried once, and you
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south of
will never be without it.
eating-houses of our country and Grease-heel or scratches, in cold W. J. PLYMALE. - - PROPRIETOR. Portland, of
CAUTION I Pond’s Extract has been imitated.
The genuine article has the words Pond’s
weather is much more frequent and
Extract blown in each bottle. It is prepared
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
much more serious than in warm
BRAN NEW FLORENCE
by the only persons living who ever FIVE
S mall is the sura that is required weather. A horse that is well cared
With single or double teams, for hire on rea
other preparations of Witch Hazel. This is
aving jttst received a new sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses
to patronize a newspaper, amply re for will never suffer from either, as
the only article used by Physicians, and in the
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car and Mules, which will be hired to go to any
hospitals of this country and Europe.
warded is its patron, I care not how the disorders are generally results of
riages, I am now prepared to furnish my
part of the country at moderate rates.
HISTORY and Uses of Pond's Extract,
humble and unpretending the gazette neglect.
in pamphlet form, sent free on application to
patronsand the public generally with as
Animals bought and sold, and broke to
POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY, Utt Maiden
which he takes. It is next to impos
Lane, New York.
KUBLI A WILSON.
S quirrels and C astor B eans .—
sible to fill a sheet with printed mat
ter without putting in something The Visalia Delta says : “A gentle As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
PIERCE’S WELL EXCAVATOR!
worth the subscription price. Every man who knows says that in order to horses hired to go to any part of the country. THE CITY BREWERY,
parent whose son is away from home get rid of gophers and squirrels he broke to work single or double. Horses
The Most Complete, Cheap and Practical
at school should supply him with a will, the coining season, plant castor boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon
Machine ever Invented
newpaper. I well remember what a beans around the border of his fields ; them while in my charge.
THAN EVER AT
marked difference there was between the bean plant is a deadly poison
For Boring Wells, Prospecting for foal, Etc.
MY TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
ray schoolmates who had and had not to these pests, which “put out” for
R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN-
access to newspapers. Other things other fields to depredate. The beans A liberal share of the public patronage is
forms the citizens of Jacksonville and
W. J. PLYMALE.
being equal, the first were always de- also pays to cultivate, the market solicited.
surrounding country that he is now manu HE GREATEST OBSTACLES to well-
facturing, and will constantly keep on hand
boring (boulders) easily overcome with
cidely superior to the last in debate, price being four cents per pound in
17, 24 and 36-inch augers. With rim-
composition and general intelligence. San Francisco. The true castor bean
FARM FOR SALE.
a cool glass of beer should give me a call.
mer attachment, can bore any size of well
of commerce, it should be remem
required. With sand-sides or valves at
C alifornia S treet ,
bered, is also poisonous in its green
or with our sand-auger, can nut
NOTICE TO FARMERS. tached,
wells in quicksand or gravel, where all other rPHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
A facetious boy asked one of his state if taken into the human stom
means fail. The position and construction 1 sale his farm situated on Antelope creek,
playmates why a hardware dealer was ach.”
the knives or cutting edges enable it to 12 miles east of Jacksonville, containing 480
O THE FARMERS OF JACKSON
like a bootmaker. The latter, some
bore through sand-stone, slate or hard-pan. acres of land, 400 acres being good farming
County : The proprietors of the Ash We
T hose indebted to the T imes office
furnish drills for rock. County rights land and under fenoe. It is a good grain
what puzzled, gave it up. “Why,” said
land Mills' trill not exchange flour for wheat, for sale
farm and sheep ranch, well watered and
the other, “because one sold the nails i will oblige us by calling and settling
aving permanently located only for the producer’s own consumption,
good houses and barns upon it.
$25 PER DAY GUARANTEED.
TERMS OF SALE—$11 per acre, one-halt
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re ana that in their own sacks, unbranded ;
and the other nailed the soles.”
immediately. Our Winter’s stock of
on, or address J. H. ROBBINS. down, the balance to suit purchaser.
spectfully informs the public that he is
J. W. SIMP8ON.
Bethel, Polk county, Oregon, where one of
prepared to do all kinds of work in the boot the highest market price.
F ools with bookish knowledge are goods has arrived, and we need the and
WAGNER, ANDERSON A’ CO.
the Augers can be seen in operation. Send
N. IL—This land will be sold in smaller
shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran
1 money to pay for it.
Ashland, August 18, 1875.
lor descriptive circular
rbild.en with edged Weapons.
parcels, if desired.
M ustang L iniment
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,
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45 PER CENT. CHEAPER !!