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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, DEC. IT, 1875
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Ladies’ and Gentlemen's
T. A. DAVIS.
F. K. ARNOLD.
GENERAL NOTEN AND NEWS.
T. A. DAVIS & CO.,
Chinese lost $70,000 on the Pacific.
The California Legislature is sitting.
Pennsylvania has eighty-six towns
F2ÏNCY GOODS WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, which end in “burg,”
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
American leather and ribbons are
71 FRONT STREET,
....P. P. Prim
now exported to England.
District Attorney........................ H. K. Hanna
Congress will be asked to vote $1,-
County Judge,............................F. B. Watson R E A D Y-M A D E CLOTH ING,
500,000 to the Centennial.
< 'ountv Commissioners...... | M A.Hueston
Heavy rains and swollen streams
are reported in California.
BOOTS and SHOES, t
.......................... ........ E. D. Fowdrav
a complete stock of
A New York paper says that Oregon .
Assessor,............................ ...... W. A. Childers
the world for salmon.
School Superintendent... ........ IT. C. Fleming GROCERIES, BEDSTEADS A CHAIRS,
Surveyor............................ .......... J. S. Howard
The Cuban insurgents have been
................ IL T. Inlow
successful since July last.
...D emocratic T imes
One million bushels of peanuts were
eaten in the United States last year.
County Judge,.......................... M. F. Baldwin
( S. Messenger, LIQUORS, TOBACCO and CIGARS,
County Commissioners,...... • james Neelv.
Oregon apples sell for 12J cents a
GLASSWARE, WINDOW GLASS, pound at Silver City, Idaho Territory.
Sheriff.......................................... Dan. L. Green
Clerk.’.................................. ..... Chas. Hughes
Moody and Sankey, the revivalists,
Treasurer............................. ........ Wm. Naucke ‘
PAINTS, OILS AND
A ssessor................................ ........ John Howell
are meeting with success in the East.
School Superintendent,.... ........... J. M. Smith 1
There are only nine gold banks in
Surveyor,.............................. ..... W. N. Sanders At E. Jacob’s New Store, PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
Coroner................................. ..... Geo. E. Briggs
world, and they are all in California.
D emocratic T im es
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
Paul Morphy, the once famous chess
has become a hopeless maniac
.MrA-.ton Cidinh/.— Circuit Court, second
LUBRICATING OII.S, ETC. ETC.
in New Orleans.
Monday in February, Juno and November.
County Court, first Monday in each month.
Secretary Bristow has rescinded the i
Josephine Connti/.— Circuit Court, fourth
ll of the above articles sold
order imposing double duty on washed
Monday in April and fourth Monday in Oc-
at the very lowest rates. If you don’t
T-P* Sole Agents for Oregon for the cele
tolier. County Court, first Monday in Jan
believe me, call and ascertain prices for
brated CARBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which wools of any class.
I kills Ticks, Lice and all parasites on sheep,
uary, April, July and October.
yourselves. No humbug !
In the colliery explosion in York
All kinds ot produce and hides taken in ! and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
England, 140 lives were lost.
Justice of the Peace,...................J. II. Stinson
Careless blasting caused it.
Constable.......... ......................... A. M. Asburv
TOWN OF JACKSONVIT.LK.
The President’s message occasiored
f C. C. Beekuian, Pres’t.
excitement in Spain, and an in
| Sol. Sachs,
formal session of the Ministry was held.
Trustees........... ...... 1 John Miller,
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
I Wm. Hoffman,
The Russian harvest is much of a
1 K. Kubli.
Oregon. failure ; that of Great Britain is short;
J ackson ville.
Recorder,......... ........................... U. S. Harden
Oregon St.. Jacksonville,
Treasurer,........ .............................. Henrv Pape
while that of the United States is large.
M .irs hill.............. ......................... L P. McDaniel
Street Commissioner.................... -Silas J. Dav
For soldiers killed in the late civil
W. J. PLYMALE.
war, 85,000 head-stones have already
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment been completed at West Rutland, Vt.
STATE OF OREGON. .
Governor,..................................................... L- F. Grover
Secretary of state,................... S. F. Chadwick
State Treasurer,........................................ A. H. Brown
State Printer................................ M. V. Brown
Sup’t of Public Instruction...!.. L. Rowland
of furniture, consisting of
AVIN« JUST RECEIVED A NEW
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car BEDSTEADS,
riages, I am now prepared to furnish my
patronsand the public generally with as
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
As can l>e had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
horses hired fo go to any part of the country.
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
broke to work single or double. Horses
boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon
them while in my charge.
Martin Failing, if this meets your
eye, address the Salem Mercury, as
your family is getting anxious about
P II Y S I C I A N A N D S U R G E O N ,
The German steamer Deutschland,
from Bremen to New York, was
wrecked in the North Sea. One hun
Dr. L. DANFORTH,
aud fifty of those aboard were lost.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Warden Dunham, from whom Boss
Has removed to Jacksonville, and tenders
escaped, is suspended from of
his professional services to the public.
Also Doors, Sash and Blinds always on
Offieo ami residence on Third street, oppo- rer my terms are reasonable . hand and made to order. Planing done on fice. The Grand Jury is investigating
site and east of the M. E. Church.
Undertaking a spe the matter. Suits against Tweed have
A lilieral share of the public patronage is reasonable terms.
W. J. PLYMALE.
meantime been postponed.
J. A. CALLENDER, M. D.,
Wooden rails have been successfully
P II Y S I C I A N AND SURGEON, ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
tried on a railroad in Pennsylvania. '
can run over them at the rate
CITY DRUG STORE,
of sixteen miles an hour with safety,
and they will last three to four years.
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES.
J&F Office at residence, on Fifth street, op-
The Sacramento river, at Sacramento,
jtosite the Court House.
on the 3d up to the high water
HE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
H. K. HANNA.
mark of 1861-62, and still rising. The
school will commence about tlie middle
have the largest and most complete levees had not given away, but a force
of August, and is divided in four sessions,
ATTORNEY «ft COUNSELOR AT LAW, of eleven weeks each. Tlie following are the
of men were employed strengthening
Board and tuition, per term,........... ..$40.00
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
The committee on opening exercises
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also
Prompt attention given to all business left Drawing and ¡Minting........................ ... 8.00 the latest and finest styles of
of the Centennial have selected W. M.
Piano,...................................................... ... 15.00
in my care.
Evarts as orator ; H. W. Longfellow as
Office in Orth's Brick Building—upstairs.
; and a grandson of Richard II.
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
E. B. WATSON.
c. w. KAHLER.
And a great variety of PERFUMES and Lee, of Virginia, reader of the Decla
Primary, per term,.................................... $ 6.00 T< >ILET ARTICLES, including the best and ration of Independence.
KAHLER St WATSON,
..................................... 8.00 cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER
..................................... 10.00 FUMED SOAPS in this market.
The Rowing Association of Ameri
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, Senior,
Prescriptions carefully compounded. can colleges has resolved to challenge
Pupils are received at any time, and their
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
terms will lie counted from the day of their
the Oxford and Cambridge clubs of
entrance. For further particulars apply at
and the Trinity Club of Dub
Will practice in the Supreme, District and
a six-oared race, without
other Courts of th is State.
Office in Court House—upstairs.
coxswains, at the American college re
TABLE ROCK SALOON,
gatta of 1876.
JAMES S. HOWARD,
A bill has been introduced in the U.
u. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. Millinery and Ladies Goods, S. Senate to remove the legal and po
litical disabilities of all citizens of the
RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS,
United States subject thereto ; also one
HE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WEI Ac-
Josephine and Curry counties, Oregon.
extending the time for the construction
known and popular resort would in
Official surveys made and pateuts obtained
form their friends and the public generally Flowers, Feathers and Trimmings, of the Northern Pacific Railroad—
at reasonable rates. Full copies of Mining
granting ten years’ additional time.
I aws and Decisions at my office in Jack that a complete and first-class stock of the
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and
Senator Kelly has introduced a bill ap
HAIR, JUTE AND
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand.
propriating $360,000 to construct a
at the Cascades.
“call and smile.”
ATTORNEY A COUN8ELOR-AT-LAW,
The billiard tournament, which re
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also lie found
closed in New York after a
here. We would be pleased to have persons
days’ continuance, terminated
possessing curiosities and specimens bring
Will practice in all the Courts of the State. them in, and we will place them in the Cab
with the victory of Cyrille Dion, who
Prompt attention given to all business en inet for inspection.
Agent for McCall's Bazaar Fashions. has been declared billiard champion of
trusted to my care.
WINTJEN A HELMS.
America. Dion won all the games he
Office in the building formerly occupied hv
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
Matt. Dillon’s New Saloon, played. In the game with Sexton, a
Kahler A Watson, opposite'Court House.
young player of great promise, Dion
Next door to Reames Bros.,
gave an exhibition of skill, judgment
and rapidity with the cue that has
C at . ifoknia S tbeet ,
California Street, Jacksonville, Ogn. never been equaled in tho history of
S. P. JONES,
billiards. In this game Dion’s average
was 30, which is the largest average
riUIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS* ever made at the three-ball carom
\TONE BITT THE CHOICEST AND BEST 1 uro in announcing that he lias just
IM Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars opened out at the above location, ami will game. The usual averages made by
constantly keep on hand a complete and the best players vary from 10 to 18.
first-class stock of the best brands of wines,
DRINKS, 12J CENTS.
A handsome monument has been
cigars, etc., and also the latest Eas
shipped to Pendleton to be placed over
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
pay. Families needing anything in our line the Coast. Give me a call.
the remains of Hon. George A. LaDow,
••an always l>e supplied with the purest and
which is inscribed these words:
ll branches of the profes - l»est to l>o found on the Coast. Give me a
“Hon. George A. LaDow. Born in
sion attended to in tlie most scientific call, and you will be well satisfied.
Cayuga county, New York, March 18,
manner with promptness and at reasonable
rates. Every style ot Plato-work made— New Boot and Shoe Store,
1828. Died May 1, 1875.” The in
THIRD STREET, JACKSONVILLE, OR.,
Gold, Silver, Platina, Alumnium ami Rul>-
scription block is surmounted by a
l>er Plates. Special attention given to chil
alifornia S treet ,
round column broken, to indicate that
dren’s teeth. Nitrus Oxide (laughing gas)
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
given for the painless extraction of teeth.
he whose body lies beneath the marble
Will Visit Ashland annually on March 1st; Jacksonville,
has passed from earth in the prime of
also Kerbyvillo on 4th Monday in October.
The monument is the best one
Office and residence on corner of Califor
THROUGH TICKETS, 12J C ents .
nia and Fifth streets, Jacksonville.
has gone up the Columbia river
aving permanently located
f4T Call and examine specimen work.
beyond Vancouver—the base being of
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re
spectfully informs the public that he is HOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND Ci the best Clackatna9 quarry stone, while
r __ ftQA Per Day at home. Terms prepared to do all kinds of work in the boot
gars constantly on hand. The reading all above that is constructed of the
free. Address G. STINSON and shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
i most beautifully veined Italian marble.
A Co., Portland, Maino.
cals and leading papers of tho Coast.
B. F. HOLSCLAW. M. D.,
A MCCESMIL RAILWAY,
OREGON AGRICILTIBAL SOCIETY
In an article on the Railroads of the
Great West in an Omaha (Neb.) daily
paper, we find the article we copy be
low. Coming as it does from a paper
published at Omaha, where, it is well
known, not the most friendly feelings
are exhibited towards any enterprise
not controlled by Omaha, its testimony
is most valuable. We quote as fol
The Board of Managers of this So
ciety met in Salem last Tuesday, with
W. P. Watson, of Hood river, Presi
dent, in the chair. E. M. Waite, of
Salem, Secretary. Vice Presidents
Joseph Hamilton of Linn, and G. W.
Dimmick of Marion, were also pres
ent ; also Directors C. P. Burkhart of
Linn, Wm. Bigham of Wasco, Jas.
Tatom of Polk, T. D. Edwards of
A POPULAR ROAD.
Lane, W. G. Scoggin of Washington,
“In these days of ease and luxury i W. Elliott of Clackamas, J. Kelsey of
it is quite important that the traveler Benton, G. Stewart of Yamhill, and
should know, when going across a John Minto of Marion. Directors S.
country where there are so many com G. Reed of Portland and W. C. Myer
peting lines as between Omaha and of Jackson sent letters giving reasons
Chicago, on which road safety and for non-attendance.
The statement of the financial con
comfort is most considered. Such a
shows that the debt of the Soci
road is the Chicago and North-Western.
been reduced in two years from
The present controlling stock owners
of this road are active, energetic and $11,000 to $5,500. The receipts at
successful railroad men, who will never the late State Fair summed up $20,300
rest easy while any competing line —the expenses being $10,000. The
can eclipse them in any respect. They improvements for the year cost $4,500.
Standing Committees were appoint,
are laying down steel rails, and put
and officers elected for the Fair of
ting on day and night coaches, and
sleepers that outshine anything in the 1876. Lewis Savage of Marion was
West, and their road-bed is the oldest, chosen General Superintendent; R.
best located and safest of any road out A. Irvine of Linn, Chief Marshal, and
of Omaha. The country through A. Luelling of Washington, Chief
which this road passes is unsurpassed Marshal of the Pavilion.
A vote of thanks to G. S. Downing,
for beautiful scenery. First winding
under the bluffs of the Missouri, then Chief Marshal for the last two Fairs,
up the beautiful valley of the Boyer was passed.
An offer of the grounds for the An
river through Cedar Rapids, the most
delightful city in Iowa. Across the nual Re-union of the Oregon Pioneers
clear waters of the Mississippi at Clin in 1876 was favorably passed upon.
ton, thence over the highly cultivated And it was resolved that at the next
prairies of Illinois to Chicago. The Fair hay should be furnished for
conductors and employees on these stock entered during all the time the
trains are noted for their civility, and animals were on the grounds.
John F. Miller and E. M. Waite
are gentlemen with whom it is a pleas,
appointed to examine and report
ure to do business, who by their cour
teous manners and charming affability on the subject of having a sufficient
are fast making the Chicago and supply of water for the grounds. It
North-Western the most popular line was thought it could be furnished for
$3,000. The Society ought not to be
lietween Omaha and Chicago. »,
The trains that run over this line penny wise and pound foolish on this
are made of elegant new Pullman subject.
The Board have been occupied in
Palace Drawing Room and Sleeping
the premium list and in con
Coaches, built expressly for this line,
essentials. There are
luxurious, well lighted and well venti
lated Day Coaches, and pleasant loung several important reforms that ought
ing and smoking cars; all built by to be made, and it is high time they
this Company in their own shops. The should be. In some respects the An
cars are all equipped with the cele nual Fair has been materially and no
brated Miller Safety Platform, and toriously wanting. It ought no longer
Patent Buffers and Coupling«, West to be so.— Journal.
inghouse Safety Air Brakes, and every
T he L anguage of C olors .—The
other appliance that has been devised
for the safety of passenger trains. All following is said to be the French
method of the meaning attached to
trains are run by telegraph.
but it appears to us to smack
In a word, this great California line
has the best and smoothest track, and rather of the laboratory than of genu
the most elegant and comfortable ine sentiment: They hold out that
equipment of any road in the West, violet is analogous to friendship, blue
and has no competitor in the country. to love, as suggested by blue eyes and
It is eminently the favorite route with azure sky. A bunch of violets would,
Chicagoans traveling East, and is ac therefore, tell a lady’s suitor that
knowledged by the traveling public to friendship is all he has a right to ex
be the popular route from all points in pect. Yellow is paternity, or mater
Western Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, nity ; it is a yellow ray of the spec
Colorado, Utah, Montana, Idaho, Ne trum which causes the germ to shoot.
vada, California, and the Pacific Slope. Red figures ambition; indigo, the
spirit of rivalry ; green, the love of
Two F loral M arvels .—The fol change, fickleness, but also work;
lowing from the Horticulturist gives i orange, enthusiasm; white, unity, uni
an account of two novelties among versality ; black, favoritism, the influ
flowers, one being located in Santa ence exerted by an individual. Cer
tain persons have the gift of fasci
“One is a black lily, in Santa Clara, nating all who approach them; and
California, with three large blossoms, black, which absorbs all the rays
each nine inches long, and perfectly of the spectrum, is the reverse of
black outside the green petals. The white, which combines them all
other is to be seen at Constantinople, in one. Besides the seven primi
and described by an eye witness as tive colors, gray indicates poverty;
belonging to the narcissus genus of brown, prudery; pink, modesty; sil
bulb. The flower represents a perfect ver-gray (semi-white), feeble love; li
humming bird. The breast of a per lac, (semi-violet), feeble friendship ;
fect emerald green, is a complete copy pale pink, false shame.
of this bird, and the throat, head,
M esmerizing a R ooster .—An ex
beak and eyes are a perfect imitation.
which may amuse the boys
The hinder part of the body and the
two out-stretched wings are of a to repeat has been described and
bright rose-color, one might almost say vouched for by a popular science jour
flesh-colored. These wondrous bulbs nal : Place a rooster upon a table or
should have been sent to the Vienna board, and, holding his wings closely
exhibition. They will be in abun down to his sides, let a second persou
dance by the time of our Centennial bend down his head until his beak
celebration in 1876. And yet they touches the board on which he lies,
can hardly be greater curiosities than and draw a line of white chalk straight
the strange and mysterious “Sancta out from the point of the beak. This
Spiritus” flower from South America, done, the bird may be released from
with its life representation of doves.” all restraint, and he will not stir so
much as a feather. “Nay, further,”
T he best yeast in the world is made writes one, “you may clap your hands
by pouring Ixiiling water into sifted or shout close to him, without rousing
flour till the mixture is as thick as him from his lethargy, from which,
common paste. When cool enough add however, he will ultimately recover.”
a teacupful of yeast. The next morn Another experimenter writes: “I
ing the lumps will l»e gone, and the have seen a row of fowls rendered
whole will be excellent yeast, with quite senseless by drawing a chalk,
out using potatoes, hops, or any other line (beginning at the top of the beak)
useless ingredients of the kind. To slowly across a table, and I have suc
make yeast cakes, stir in corn meal, cessfully performed the experiment.
spread on a board, cut into square The birds are simply mesmerized.”
cakes and dry rapidly in the shade.
A P rolific C ow .—At the sale of
W hen a Missouri engineer ditched the late T. Grimwood’s stock in Eng-
his train he faintly asked : “Did it i land on the 1st inst., a Suffolk cow was
kill any one who parted his hair in sold which had six calves in twenty
the middle ?” They answered that months, all living. The first birth
three such were lying dead. “Then I was three (all fine grown animals,) then
die happy !” he sighed, and was soon one, and Just before the sale two more,
which were brought into the sale-ring
in the arms of laborers, the cow being
A T ennessee girl, riding on the decorated with a blue ribbon.—AVn*
cars, crossed the aisle, kicked a young ; tucky Lire Stock Journal.
man up against the window, and re.
A harder subject to deal with than
marked : “I was brung up never to
an old deck of cards is a uiau
allow’ a yaller-eyed man to wink at
who won’t advertise,
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