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OFFICE—On Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1876
. K. ARNOLD
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
T. A. DAVIS & CO
were to maintain the integrity of our
and the supremacy of the
STATE of O regon .
authorities. He had
Governor....................................... L. F. Grover
been educated in the school of Jack-
Secretary of State.................... 1” • * hadwiek
State Treasurer,........................ A- H. Brown
I son, and had teen a diligent student of
Blaine’s friends are alarmed about
State Printer.................. .......... M. V. Brown W » OLES A LE DRUGGISTS,
FANCY” GOODS him—fearing softening of the brain. from England to Massachusetts in the lessons taught by the nullification
Sup’l of Publie Instruction...L. L. Rowland
1634. Governor Tilden’s father was a controversy of 1833. He had studied
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
man of notable judgment and a great carefully and profoundly the relation
... P. P. Prim
BOYS’ and GIRLS’
friend of President Van Buren’s. of the Federal and State Govern
From his father Governor Tilden in ment, and of the citizens of those Gov
a taste for political life. He ernments. He had thus early formed
< ’minty Judge.«............................ SilM T-
Mr. Exon estimates the damage by
( Samuel Furrv,
Yale College when 18, in the perfectly clear and settled opinions,
< ’ounty Commissioners...... | Abram Miller.
overflow to inhabitants along the Co-
year made memorable by the second about which his mind never vacillated.
J. W. Manning IV E KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
lumbia at not less than §100,000.
BOOTS and SHOES,
,E. D. Fond rav »V a complete stock of
election of General Jackson to the They were the opinions of Jackson, of
......... John Orth
The grasshopper plague is feared in Presidency, and of William L Marcy Van Buren, of Wright, and of Marcy,
W. A. Childers
Montana this season. Crickets are al to the Governorship of New York. with whom, during most of their pub
,...E. J. Farlow
GROCERIES, BEDSTEADS A CHAIRS,
ready troublesome in some parts of In that canvass he became interested lic lives, he had been on terms of per
...J. S. Howard
in the issues of the day, and disap sonal intimacy.”
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
In the winter of 1860-1 he attended
Governor Hayes gave $500 to help pearing for two or three days returned
County Judge,................ ........ M. F. Baldwin
the New York meeting of leading
along the Ohio women’s temperance
( J. E. Seyferth,
County Commissioners, ..... ( H. Thornton.
men to consider measures to avert an
He is said to be very sorry I
LIQUOBS, TOBACCO and CIGABS, crusade.
Sheriff,....... ...................... ........... S. Messenger
collision between the free and
for this now.
Clerk.................................. ......... Chas. Hughes GLASSWARE, WINDOW GLASS,
the slave State’. He urged the North
Treasurer,........................ . .......... Wm. Naucke
The California rifle team may be set dress, over the signature of a dozen to reconciliation and forbearance, and
down for the championship of the or more leading Democrats. It occu the South to a deference to tlie will of
PAINTS. OILS AND
J. M. Smith
world, they having won in the contest pied a half a page of the paper, and the majority, and a respect for the Con
Surveyor,........................ .........W. N. Sanders
Coroner............................. Geo. S. Mathewson PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND, At E. Jacob’s New Store, at Philadelphia on the 7th.
was copied into most of the Democrat stitution, outside of which it could ex
papers of the State. The Evening pect no protection. On the war break
Voters in November are to choose
County Judge.............. .... ........ F. C. Mason
between a well known reformer, 8. J. Journal paid it the compliment of ing out Mr. 'Tilden associated himself
f S. C. Moss,
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
County Commissioners,. ’ t A. Tenbrook.
Tilden, and the quintessence of un attributing it to the pen of Mr. Van with Dean Richmond, the Ipader of
Sheriff................................ ...... T. J. Brattain
I.UBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
Buren, and the Albany Argus paid it I the Democracy in New York. At a
knownness, Rutherford Hayes.
Clerk .................................. ......R. B. Hatton
Treasurer.......................... ........ L L. Hanks
Eight dollars per day for hotel bills the greater compliment of stating “by meeting at the house of General Dix,
A LT. OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD at Philadelphia is not so bad. Some authority” that Mr. Van Buren was ! on Lincoln’s call for 75,000 troops, Mr.
School Superintendent... ...H. M. Thatch r
not the author. Ill health compelled Tilden predicted a long war, and
Sole Accents for Oregon for the cele
at the very lowest rates. If you don’t
Surveyor........................... Frank Cheesman brated CARBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which believe me, call and ascertain prices for folks could have paid thirty dollars per Mr. Tilden to leave college early, but
thought 500,000 men should be called
hour by mortgaging their property and
court sittings .
kills Ticks. Lice and all parasites on sheep, yourselves. No humbug !
out, half for reserve and half for im
All kinds ot produce and hides taken in borrowing of their friends.
Jackson County.— Circuit Court, second and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
mediate action. Later in the war, the
Monday in February, June and November.
A petition is being circulated in educ ition there. He entered the law Government at Washington advised
County Court, first Monday in each month.
Josephine County.— Circuit Court, fourth
Corvallis praying the Legislature not otli e of the late John W. Edwards, in with him as to the best methods for
Monday in April and fourth Monday in Oc
to purchase the locks and canal at Ore the city of New York. While yet a the conduct of the war. He addressed
tober. County Court, first Monday in Jan
City and to refuse subsidy in favor student Mr. Tilden sprang to the de Secretary Chase as follows :
uary, April, Julv and October.
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
Lake County.— Circuit Court, fourth Mon
fense of Mr. Van Buren’s policy in
“You have no right to expect a
day in June : County Court, first Mondaj
military genius to come to your
Mitchell’s bill has been passed by
in January. April, July and October.
assistance. They only appear once in
the Senate, to extend the time for the
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
Oregon St,. Jacksonville,
two or three centuries. You will
(N. Fisher, President.
completion of the surveys and loca
| M. Caton,
probably have to depend upon the
tion of the Portland, Dalles and Salt
. i David Cronemiller,
i verage military talent of the country.
Lake Railroad and its branches until
1 J. Nunan,
such circumstance« your only
I George Brown.
I April 14, 1878.
Keep« constantly on hand a full assortment
course is to avail yourself of your nu
of furniture, consisting of
___ Henry Pape
In a croquet game at Lafayette last defense, signing as “Crino.”
aving just received a new
merical strength and your superior
,,J. P. McDaniel ; BEDSTEADS,
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car week, between four players, two rep
military resources resulting from your
___ J. C. Weiss I
riages, 1 am now prepared to furnish my
resented Tilden and Hendricks and meeting in Columbia county, he first greater progr» ss in industrial arts and
patronsand the public generally with as
tW" Hayes and Wheeler, The Demo took the stump, and replied to United your greater producing capacities.
I erats won, thus forever settling the States Senator Nathann I 1*. Talmadge, You must have reserves and concen
STANDS, SOFAS. LOUNGES,
a Whig who had left the DeiiuMTatie trate your forces on decisive points,
B. F. HOLSCLAW. M. D„
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
party, His success was marked, and and overwhelm your adversaries by
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
horses hired to go to any part of the country.
Plymouth Church has
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. TTorses Mr-. Tilton a penny’s worth since the made him at once prominent in the <li-pr«>poitionate
numtiers and re
PHYSICIAN A N D SUR G E O N
parlor a bedroom suits , broke to work single or double. Horse«
hoarder!. and the he«t of care bestowed upon
\\ ith peace, Mr. Tilden’s greatest
them while in my charge.
nor her old friend, Mr. Beecher. The New Leb non in defense of the
political work began. With Charles
hard part of the load comes upon wo
Also Doors. Sash and Blinds always on
drew the attention of the country to O’Conor he attacked the frauds and
hand and made to order. Planing done on ¡STMY TERMS ARE REASON A RLE man every time, doesn’t it ?
Dr. L. DANFORTH.
Undertaking a spe
him by his manner and his thorough rings” in New York, the histories of
A liberal share of the oublie natrnnage is
Senator Morrill of Maine was, on acquaintance with the financial ques “
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
W. J. PLYMALE.
the 22d, nominated by the President tions of the day. On being admitted which are well known. The system
government in New York city had
nd confirmed by the Senate as Secre to the bar, he opened hi* office on Fine <>f
and extended its in
Officu and residence on Fifth street, oppo
tary of the Treasury rice Bristow. It stieet, in New York City. In 1844. fluences corrupt,
to Albany, and shaped and
site a.id east of the M. E. Church.
was the quickest trip of the kind ever in connection with John L. O’Sullivan,
CITA’ DRUG STORE,
made. Blaine, it is said, will succeed he founded the Daily News, to advo the Act of legislation,
G. H. AIKEN. M. D.,
April 5, 1870, giving the
THE SISTERS of the HOLY HAMES Morrill in the Senate.
cate the election of James K. Polk for power of local city governments to a
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
We defy any true lover of his coun President, and Silas Wright fur Gov few individuals of what was termed
to say that he cannot “stand” on ernor of New York.
“the ring” for long terms, and freed
mHE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF TUTS
In 1845 he was elected to the As from accountability, This was known
he new firm of kahler a bro . I school will commence about the middle the St. Louis platform ! It is one of
have the largest and most complete of August, and is divided in four sessions, the grandest proclamations of princi sembly from New York city, and while as the Tweed charter. The results
Office—One door west of the W. U. Tele
of eleven weeks each. The following are the ples ever published ; and the keynote sitting there was elected to the Con are matters fresh in the history of the
of Reform running through its entire stitutional Convention. In both bodies country. Mr. Tilden took ground
DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS, Board and tuition, per term,...........
J. A. CALLENDER, M. D.,
Bed and Bedding................................. . 4.00 length will be sounded in one grand Mr. Tilden was a conspicuous authori against the ring, and fought it ener
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also Drawing and painting........................ . 8.00 chorus in November next.
ty, and left a permanent impression. getically. He went into the State
the latest and finest styles of
Piano....................................................... .. 15.00
The defeat of Wright in 1846, and the
Entrance fee, only once................... ,. 5.00
“Uncle Sam”—that is the name of coolness between Polk and Van Buren, Convention of the Democratic party
the Centennial candidate and the next resulted in withdrawing Tilden from as a delegate from his old county.
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Prior to the Convention he sent a let
President of the United States. They politics, and he gave his whole atten ter
<“ Office at residence, on Fifth street, op
And a great variety of PERFUMES and
to 76,000 Democrats of the State,
posite the Court House.
TOILET A RTICLES, including the best and Primary, per term,................................... $ fi.00 call him “Uncle Sam” for short, but
urging them to “take a knife and cut
cheapest assortment of COM MON and PER Junior,
.................................... 10.00 his full name is Samuel J. Tilden, fortune and his income had been slen the cancer out by the roots,” referring
FUMED SOAPS in this market.
H. K. HANNA,
irfT Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Pupil« are received at any time, and their The allegorical “Uncle Sam,” will be der. He gave himself up to law to the power of the “ring,” and its in
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
terms will bo counted from the day of their turned into a glorious reality in the with that assiduity and the energy
fluence in the party. The result was
entrance. For further particulars apply at shape of an honest, capable, Demo-
which has characterized his life. He a triumph for him. New York city
cratic Chief Magistrate of our repub- soon made bis mark at the bar, and then sent him to the Legislature, he
Will practice in »lithe Courts of the State.
his business developed rapidly. He meanwhile prosecuting the “ring
Prompt attention given to all business left ORTH’S BRICK BUILDING,UP-STAIRS, TABLE ROCK SALOON,
Senator Kelly has announced that took passing interest in politics, but suits,” which were actions to compel
in mv care.
Office in Orth's Brick Building—upstairs.
he will not be a candidate for re-elec, no leading part until 1857. In 1855 investigation of the departments of
C. W. KAHLER.
E. B. WATSON.
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. tion next Winter. He says living in he was engaged for the defense in a the city government, and to force pub
$5 per week
Board and Lodging
Washington is so expensive that no most important action involving the lic plunderers to disgorge. His labors
KAHLER A WATSON,
money can be saved. Nonsense; the right of A. C. Flagg to the office of in the Legislature were devoted to the
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, Lodging.....................
HE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WELL- Hon. James G. Blaine saved $600,000 Controller. The case was a desperate same end. This made him a still
....... 25 cents
known and popular resort would in in six sessions and lived as high as the one, and involved political feeling of more prominent man, and resulted iu
form their friends and the public generally
RS. WILLIAMS TAKES THIS METH- that a complete and first-class stock of the best. ] Kelly evidently has not benefit- a bitter character. He achieved a tri his being fixed upon for Governor of
od of informing the public that she is best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and ted by the example of his radical as umph in the case which made his the State, to which office he was
'Will practice in the Supreme, District and
prepared to furnish board by the week, day
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand. sociates.
other Courts of this State.
name popular in the land.
elected by a plurality over John A.
or single meals, at reasonable terms. The Thev will be pleased to have their friends
Office in Court House—upstairs.
Dix of 53,315. In liis first message
table will constantly bo supplied with the “call and smile.”
Advices received from Canyonville
state that another rich strike was made the Burdell-Cunningham contested will he pointed out the intentions of his
ployed, and satisfaction guaranteed. Give
in the Lucky Queen mine last week. case, a proceeding growing out of a administration as follows :
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW, me a call and judge tor
In running in the main cut, a ledge murder, which drew the attention of First—Return) in the Administration.
Jacksonville, Nov. 26, 1875.
the whole country. The cause called Second—The restoration of the financial
them in, and we will placethem in the Cab was struck which is likely to prove the
principles and policy of Jackson and Van
inet for inspection.
richest discovery ever made on the for the exercise of a high range of Buren.
Will practice in all the Court« of the State. JOHN L. CARTER
WINTJEN A HELMS.
He pointed out to the Legislature
SON, Jacksonville, Aug.
coast. Gold is shown all through the metaphysical powers, auid could only
Prompt attention given to all business en
the frauds upon the State, and de
quartz, plainly visible to the naked
trusted to my care.
penetration of character. His success manded investigations into canal and
«¿0- Office opposite Court House.
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS, easily worked.
removed all apparent doubts as to Mrs. other matters which the Legislature
JAMES S. HOWARD,
’s true position with re ! ordered, and the system of fraudulent
C alifornia S treet ,
KITE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
The Utica Observer, published in gard to the murder of I)r. Burdell.
expenditures on canals received
U. 8. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR V V all kinds of Painting, including
the town where Roscoe Conkling lives,
thorough overhauling. He recom
S. P. JONES,
Proprietor. says : “It is conceded on all sides that
was in the suit of the Pennsylvania i mended, and the Legislature adopted,
Mr. Hayes is an exceedingly nice sort Coal Company with the Delaware and
financi d measures which were re
Josephine and Curry counties, Oregon.
one bitt the choicest and best of a man. Ben Butler certifies to his Hudson Canal Company, Another was ceived with general approval, and by
Official surveys made and patents obtained
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars honesty and Schuyler Colfax to his the case of tae Cumberland Coal Com
at reasonable rates. Full copies of Mining
piety. But if he waits for Utica to pany against its Directors. In these the exercise of Executive prerogative,
Laws and Decisions at my office in Jack WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
DRINKS, 12} CENTS.
‘enthuse’ him into the White House suits he rescued the corporations from he secured the reduction of the State
ALL STYLE8 OF GRAINING DONE.
he will he the senior of Methuselah unprofitable and embarrassing litiga tax the first year of his administra
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t
about 17 per cent., and, as the
WILL. JACKSON, Dentist, Orders from the country promptly attend pay. Families needing anything in our line by several centuries before he gets tion, re established their credit and tion
New York World puts it, inaugurated
can always be supplied with the purest and there.”
made their resources available.
“a financial policy by which the State
best to be found on the Coast. Give me a
General Jubal Early says: “Gov.
Since 1855 the greater number of tax, which was 7} mills on the dollar
call, and you will be well satisfied.
Hayes served only once with the Ar the great railway corporations north ; of the assessed valuation when he
New Boot and Shoe Store, my of the Potomac, and that wan at of the Ohio and between the Hudson came into office, will be -reduced to 4
(Successor to Caton & Frey,)
South Mountain, in Cox’s division, and Missouri rivers have beeu at some mills at least at the expiration of his
alifornia S treet ,
from Western Virginia. His other time his clients.
term of two years, and at the expira
New Boot and Shoe Store.
tion of the next succeeding year to
Califtrnia Street, J action ville, Oregon.
Oregon. ginia. His military career was so ob Democratic paper says of him : “Till not exceeding 3 mills.”
scure that his name is not even men the war came Governor Tilden made
very operation pertaining to
Mr. Tilden is now in the G3d year
■th« jaw skilfully performed at reasona-
of his age. He is five feet ten inches
aving permanently located
aving permanently located
bNo*more credit will be given after the
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re though now he is represented to have When his efforts, combined with those in hight, and he has what physiologists call
in Jacksonville, I respectfully Inform
wonders under Sheridan in the of other prominent patriots, had proved the purely nervous temperament with it»
the public that I am prepared to do all spectfully informs the public that he done
ftrst of January, 1876. I will take all kinds
kinds of work in the boot and shoe-making prepared to do all kinds of work in the boot valley I never heard of him before in abortive, his convictions of duty were usual accompaniment ot spare, figure, blue
anti shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran-
fair complexion. His hair, origi
«^Office and residence on corner of Califor line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
perfectly decided and clear. They I eyesand
nally chestnut, i« now partially gray.
G. W. FREY.
nia and Fifth streets, Jacksonville.