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Governors Tilden and Hendricks
Wisconsin politicians put Tilden’s major- i
itv in that State at 10,000.
have formally accepted the nomination
Austin Blair, the famous War Governor of President and
of Michigan, is for Tilden and reform.
Their letters are before the people for
Here is the situation to a «lot: One term consideration. We have, however,
of Haves would just make the third term of
owing to the present crowded condi
ern«»'l'ilden for calling the attention of the
The motto of tho Haves family is Dietl me tion of our columns, only room this
Legislature and of the State to the canal
comluise— “May God guide mo.” “Instead week for the publication of Governor
for instructing the Attorney <¡ener.il to of which” we find Zack. Chandler at the
Tilden’s letter ; Governor Hendricks’
bring suit, which he has done. Those who
SAMUEL J. TILDEN, say that tho Governor’s action isa mere po helm.
appear next week. Comment on these
litical trick, ami that he means nothing,
Attorney-General Taft said tlie acquittal of
OF NEW YORK.
evidently forget that they are speaking of Belknap would cost the Republican party letters is entirely unnecessary ; they
the man who, when he once took hold of
the Tweed prosecution, joined in pushing it 100,000 votes. Mr. Tait’s estimate is under speak to the intelligent, candid mind
FOR VICE PRESIDENT:
relentlessly to the end.”
of any reader for themselves, But
There is sufficient evidence that the
It is stated in a New Y’brk paper that the
THOS. A. HENDRICKS, present warfare, says the Chicago aggregate circulation of German papers in few public papers have been issued
within the past forty years that are
Courier, which the Weekly is waging favor of Tilden is as three to one compared their equals. No candid, reflecting
to those for Hayes.
against Governor Tilden is based upon
Col. Frederick A. Conkling, brother of reader can possibly peruse either of
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS:
a complete distortion of the record, Senator Conkling, a prominent Republican tho letters without feeling and real
W. B. TASWELL..............................Of Grant and that its charges are loaded with of New York, is out in a letter endorsing
izing the fact that they are emana
HENRY KLIPPEL............................ Jackson partisan vindictiveness and malicious Tilden for President.
tions from great minds ; from men
E. A. CRONIN
falsehood. None will deny that the The respectable Republicans will give who thoroughly understand the sub
for a copy of one of the reform
journal in question was thoroughly in $100,000
sj»eeches made by Mr. Hayes while in Con ject whereof they treat. By either
formed in regard to tho Tweed affair. gress.— Courier-Journal.
the one or both, the whole theory of
LA FAYETTE LANE, It commenced its existence in New I The Milwaukee Sentinel is thoroughly the Government problems at issue are
York many years ago. It watched alarmed over the prospect in Wisconsin.
touched upon. Governor Hendricks,
every phase of the exposure of tho It talks of the confidence! of the Democrats
as becomes his position, deals more di
THE iTDE NEIlI.Mâ IX.
Tweed infamy, and its verdict upon as “unpleasantly suggestive.”
Chas. G. Davis, member of the Liberal rectly upon partisan issues. In these,
Tilden, as given dispassionately and Republican National Committee for Massa
however, he is clear, concise and strik
Already has the tide, which will re
without prejudice, is einoniced in the chusetts, denounces Ethan Allen and his
ingly to the point. Tilden speaks
sult in a grand Democratic victory
extract quoted. The so-called reform works, and goes for Tilden and Hendricks.
alone to the reasoning faculty on con
next November, set in, and we hear it
Governor Tilden within eighteen months
journals are tho most persistent and
troverted points ; he seeks, as becomes
coming In all directions. Every elec
bitter in their assaults upon Tilden. has originated measures that have reduced
tion that has transpired since the St.
the expenditures on the canals $2,500,000; him, to break the force and prejudice
But the very malevolence of the as yet the Republicans say his reform is a
Louis Convention has resulted largely
of the hour by bringing reason to bear
saults will prove their own best anti “sham.”
in favor of tho Democracy, and is an
upon the people. The letter is long,
dote. The rabid course of the reform
During the war of the rebellion Governor i
auspicious omen that the nominations
but we do not well see how it could
journals is probably best explained in Tilden armed anil equipped, by money taken
of Tilden and Hendricks meet with considering the rejection of their coun from his own private purse, four companies have been abridged, unless he merely
the hearty approval of the Democracy I sels at the Cincinnati Convention, and of New Y’ork volunteer soldiers.— Durliny- assumed his propositions, as did his
opponents, without producing any of
and the people at largo. This fact is in the St. Louis nomination by the ton Gazette.
especially proven by the general elec Democrats of a man whoso adminis Ex-Lieutenant Governor Muller, of Ohio, the grounds upon which his conclu
who was elected on the same ticket with
tions held in Kentucky and Alabama trative record is the platform. Unable Hayes, when the latter was elected the sec sions rested.
last week. The large Democratic ma to endorse him because shackled to the ond time, has declared for Tilden and Hen I
ttEXEKAI. NOTES AND NEWS.
dricks. Next !
jority usually given by Kentucky is
Harper’s Weekly, which is using all
Ufficiai Paper for Jackson, Josephine 1 Lnkr. the means at its command to defamo
the Democratic candidate for Presi
Al Gl ST 17, 1876. dent, S. J. Tilden, thus spoke of him
under date of August 28, 1875 :
“All good citizens are indebted to Gov
virtually swelled beyond precedence,
while In Alabama, where it is usually
close, and which tho Republicans had
made strenuous efforts to carry, being
sanguine of at least dividing tho hon
ors, the Democracy roll up a majority
of -10,000, and elect nearly all the Con
gressmen and Legislature.
Even in Republican Maine, which
rarely gives less than 10,000 majority
md sometimes as high as 25,000, the
Radicals are getting alarmed lest the
Democracy will make substantial gains. I
This would Ire a very bad showing for
the Republicans, especially with a
Presidential election doso at hand,
and that party is already making all
sorts of excuses in advance of the
election there, which is a good sign
that it fears the result next month.
There is no mistaking these results.
They are the spontaneous outbursts of a
people long oppressed by a system of
corruption, inefficiency ami lawlessness
that threatens to uproot the very founda
tions of our government. Forbear i
ance has ceased to be a virtue, and
they must act to free themselves from
the most odious administration of Gen.
Grant, which will be perpetuated in
case of the election of Gen. Hayes.
The nominations of Tilden and Hen
dricks, both known to be honest, ca
pable and worthy men, has inspired
them with a new hope, and they pro
pose taking advantage of the situation
and striking boldly for reform. This
fact is made apparent in the transpir
ing elections and we must not be sur-
pi ¡.Mid thereat.
llayea a Nalary Urnbber.
The Republican candidate for Presi
dent, Gov. Hayes, of Ohio, is shown
by the Cincinnati Enquirer to be a
back pay salary grabber while in Con
gress. The charge is, not that Hayes
was in Congress w’hen the last back
pay bill was passed, but that he is a
meaner salary grablier than the latest.
He put into his pocket-book back pay
to the amount of $2,000, under pecu
liarly offensive and disreputable cir
cumstances. The grab in that case
was attached to the soldiers’ bounty
feature of the appropriation bill. The
retroactive feature was the same with
that of the last grab act. On the 24th
of July, 1866, the grab was fastened
upon the House appropriation bill in
the Senate.. On the 27th of July the
House refused to concur in the amend
ment. The question went to tho Con
ference Committee. On the same day,
the 27th, the Conference Committee
reported in favor of the salary grab
amendment, dropping the soldiers’
The Binghampton Leader, in an ar
juggernaut of party, not having the
courage of their conviction, they seek
a cowardly alternative in tho attempt I
to defame a man whom they once ad
mired, encouraged and endorsed.
Tho Cincinnati Enquirer has information
that the Republican leaders hired men to
hoist Confederate banners in theSouth with
the names of Tilden and Hendricks in
scribed on them.
Hayes’administration has cost Ohio $•*>,-
Hearty <>ratitu:l« nn<l Coiuiuentlalion. 000,000 more than that of Allen. Tilden’s
administration has cost New Y’ork $50,000,-
Tho Republican platform declares <HM» less than Dix. llayes is a Radical
that the administration merits coin- profligate ; Tilden isa Democratic reformer.
Which does the tax-payer prefer ?
inondation and the President deserves
The record of Samuel J. Tilden needs no
hearty gratitude ; for what ?
defense whatever. He smashed the Tweed
For crooked whisky frauds.
ring in the great city of New York, and
the canal in the great State of New
For unnumbered railroad jobs and
York, and has reduced the taxes of that
State in two years from $16,000,000 to $S,000,-
For the Leet and Stocking-Murphy 000.— St. Louts Times.
custom house frauds.
The Cincinnati Commercial, (Ind. Repub
For the post office straw bid frauds. lican) in its river column, has the follow
ing choice notice of Mr. Wheeler, tho Rad
For the naval contract frauds.
candidate for Vice President : “To
For the Freedman’s Saving Bank
talk of statesmanship in connection with
such a man, is an insult to the intelligence
For tho secret service frauds—pay of men familiar with national affairs and
ing John I. Davenport thousands of government policy.”
dollars from this people’s treasury to The New Y’ork Times, which just now is
making all manner of wild and ridiculous
elect the Republican ticket.
attacks upon Gov. Tilden, said of him when
For the Schenck-Emma mine frauds he was running for Governor : “Mr. Tilden
is a highly respectable candidate, and no
For the Belknap soldier gravestone man in the State who wishes to see the re-
■ turn of tho Democrats to power need bo
ashamed to vote for him.”
For the Belknap post tradership
If Gov. Tilden's administration has les
sened the expense of the New York State
For the district ring Boss Shepherd government $50,000,000, what would he re
duce the expense of the National Govern
ment? If Gov. Hayes has increased the
For the Indian ring frauds.
expense of the Ohio State government $'»,-
For the safe burglary villainy and 000,000, how much would he increase the
Babcock and Harrington.
cost of the National Government ? Those
are questions for the tax-payers to answer.
For the credit mobilier infamy.
Mark the difference ! New Y’ork bankers
For the St. Domingo frauds.
have just purchased two hundred thousand
For “Landaulet” Williams and bis Georgia State Bonds ata premium, while
there is not a sane capitalist in all tho East
For increasing the salaries of the who would be willing to give ten cents on
the dollar for South Carolina obligations.
President and other public officers.
Georgia has a Democratic State government,
For increasing the burdens of the I ; while South Carolina is hopelessly Repub
taxpayers and blocking every effort at lican.
retrenchment and reform.
The Radicals were very uneasy about tho
These are some of the reasons why non-appearance of the letters of acceptance
the people should commend the Re of Tilden and Hendricks. They shed a
flood of crocodile tears over tho supposed
publican administration and remember disagreement between the Demcwratic can
President Grant with hearty gratitude, didates. The letters have apjieared, and as
we predicted the laugh is on the other side.
and stand by Hayes and Wheeler.
They now have real cause of chagrin, and
can groan over their unhappy state at leis
A Statesman the Only Remedy.
ure. Tilden has impaled them on his lance.
George Ticknor Curtis, the celebrat The New Y’ork Methodist believes in Til
ed writer, reviewing the Presidential den as the man, of all others, to reform tho
Civil Service. It says: Gov. Tilden was
question, says :
elected to his present otliee by 50,000 major
It will all come to nothing until there ity over Gov. John A. Dix, a decisive test of
is a man in the office of President who, personal popularity. After Mr. Bristow,
raised above the necessity for concil he is the only man in high place who has
risked anything in a tight against corrup-
iatory local opinions, grasping the i tionists.
The Tweed and ('anal Rings of
whole of tho great problem with the | this State have attracted about as much at-
hand of a master and the brain of a j tention as the Whisky Ring. Mr. Bristow
statesman, aiming at nothing but the ' has resigned, and President Grant is par-
«loning the men whose conviction Bristow
welfare of the whole people, and ca , ! secured.
Gov. Tilden, more fortunate than
pable of understanding what that wel I Mr. Bristow, has his foot on both the New
York Rings, and was able to triumph over
fare requires, shall present a plan of 1 . them
at St. Louis.
financial and revenue reform that will
so command the assent and confidence
of the people that Congress will be
compelled by the fiat of the nation at
ticle on the same subject, says : We large to make it law. Then confidence
stated last week that Hayes was a sal will return and business will revive.
ary grabber, taking $2,000 of back pay, If we fail to get such a President we
increased by him and other members,
shall blunder on and wranglo on until
and in a meaner way than the last sal
ary grab was put through. Hayes the poor are starving and the rich have
never raised his vote against it, but become the |>oor, and new sectional
pocketed the $2,000, which we con differences and collisions are added to
sider dishonestly representing the peo the social disorganization. I know of
ple ; and those not satisfied with our no man in the Nation to whom I
expose should take tho Congressional
Globe, which will show the facts Just 1 should more willingly entrust the
as stated in this article. Tilden is the I financial problem than I should to Gov.
only hope of the people in this contest. i Tilden.
WliHt it Ha« Done.
The Indians harass every step made
by Crook to join Terry, keeping his
march down to six miles a day.
A letter from Milwaukee, Clacka
mas county, states that nearly all of
two families there are down with the
The Spiritualists of the State will
hold a camp-meeting, commencing
September 1st, at Rock Island, five
miles above Salem.
Two sheep were sheared at Eugene
last week, which yielded 77 pounds of
wool—the fleece from one weighing
38 and from the other 39 pounds.
Ben. F. Dorris, grand representa
tive to the grand lodge of the United
States, I. O. O. F., which meets al
Philadelphia on the thir«l Monday in
September, started last Tuesday on his
M. Wilkins, of Lane county, has
been appointed «me of the international
jurors to the Centennial Exposition
from Oregon, and will leave for Phila
delphia some time within the next
The Congressional committee ap
pointed to ferret out the rascalities
perpetrated by the Radical leaders in
the Naval Department have unearthed
frauds of a most startling character,
buried by no less personages than Cat-
tell, of New Jersey, and Secretary of
the Navy, Robe-on. Glover, of this
committee, says he has testimony most
seriously damaging to our Naval Sec
retary, and that articles of impeach
ment are being now discussed.
NOTICE TO TAY-PAYERS!
rpiIE TAX-PAYERS OF THE COUNTY
A of Jackson, State of Oregon, are^herebv
notifie«! that the Board of Equalization will
meet at tho otliee of the County Clerk of
said county on
Monday, August 28, 1876.
and publicly examine the assessment rolls
and correct all errors in valuation, descrip
tion or quality of lands, lots, or other prop
erty. All persons intereste«! will appear at
the time and place appointed, or they will
be barred from having any change made in
W. A. CHILDERS,
Assessor of Jackson County, Oregon.
N. B.—All persons having schedules left
with them for filling, will do well to till ami
send them in immediately ; otherwise their
property will be assessed double.
W. A. CHILDERS, Assessor.
Jacksonville, August 2, 1876.
E. R. REAMES.
T. tt. REAMES.
Letter ot Acceptance.
(Successors to White A Martin,)
LOW PRICES WILL WIN
mi IE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEAS-
1 nre in notifying their friends and tho
public generally that they have purchased
the stock of White A Martin, and are now
receiving and opening a very large, exten
sive and well-selected assortment of
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will shortly retire from busi-
ness, and therefore request all persons
BOOTS AND SHOES,
indebted to them, by book account or
California & Salem Coths and Blankets,
note, to come forward without delay
and settle up.
We will continue to sell tho re I AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
mainder of our stock ot goods at re-
duced San Francisco cost.
Hats and Caps
LADIES, CHILDREN A MISSES SHOES.
Jacksonville June 1st, 187G.
Wo have also In connection with the aliove
a very large and tine stock of ehoice
GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, QUEENS
WARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
PAINTS, OILS, NAILS, WIN
DOW GLASS, CAST AND
STEEL PLOWS, WOOD
EN AND WILLOW
We are now rwul.v to sell anything in our
I inc at lowest cash ¡»rices. Persons wishing
to buy goods will find it greatly to their ad
vantage to examine our st«wk before pur
chasing elsewhere, as wo arc determine«! not
to be undersold by any house in Jackson
pifGive us a «‘all. and then imlge for
yourself as to our eapacitv to furnish goods
Jacksonville. Feb. 12. 1875.
F. K. ARNOLD.
T. A. DAVIS.
T. A. DAVIS & CO •»
W HOL E S A L E D R UG GISTS,
71 FRONT STREET,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE
WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
il a completo stock of
PERFUMERY’ and TOILET ARTICLES,
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon
A LWAY’S ON HAND THE BEST STOCK
IX. ot Patent and Home-made Rifle and
GLASSWARE, WTSDOW GLASS, Shot (¡tins, single and double; Revolvers
of the latest patents; Pocket Pistols, neat,
small and powerful; Derringers, the latest
PAINTS, OILS AND
and best ; also, the best Powder and Pow-
der Flasks; Hunting and pocket knifes of
PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND, the best brands; all sorts of Shot and
Pouches; Caps, Wads and everything iu
the Sportsman’s line.
He will also keep a full line of SHELF
HARDWARE, Nails an«l Rope of all kinds
and sizes, Carpenters’ and Wagon-Makers,
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
Tools, a complete assortment of Table and
Pocket Cutlery, together with a full supply
of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc.
The above goods are all of the best aual-
Sole Agents tor Oregon for the cele ity, and will l»e s«»ld
brated '('AltDOLIC SHEEP DIP, which
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
kills Ticks, Lice and all parasites on sheep,
and is a suro cure for screw-worm, scab and
New guns made to order, and rejiairing
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
promptly done and in good style. All or
ders tilled with dispatch.
THE ASHLAND IRON WORKS,
COST AND FREIGHT!
W. J. ZIMMERMAN & CO., Prop’n.
fflHE UNDERSIGNED, DESIRING TO
1 closeout business in JacKsonville, offers
C. C. WHEELER.
O. D. MARTIN.
for sale at cost ami freight for cash his com
plete and first -class st ock of dry goods, dress
WHEELER S MASTIN,
goods, shawls, ribbons, ladies’ and chil
dren’s hose and shoes, gentlemen's furnish
AO ENTS FOR
ing goods, hats, groceries, crocKery, lamps,
baskets, spoons, Knives and forks, tobacco
Grover & Baker's Improved and cigars, pipes, cutlery, stationery, toys,
YanKee notions, arid everything usually
found in a first-class varietystore.
My stoek is fresh and of the bos*, and
those desiring anything in my lino should
give me a call.
Those knowing themselves indebted will
OULD RESPECTFULLY’ ANNOUNCE please settle immediately. I mean business.
to the citizens ot Jacksonville and sur
rounding country that thev have recently JacKsonville, July 1, 1875. BEN. SACHS.
arrived with a large supply of these popular
machines, which they «»tier for sale at rea
sonable terms. They also have all kinds of
supplies for other machines.
Persons wishing to purchase a machine
are invited to «-all and examine them at the
Franco-American hotel, Jacksonville.
20,000 Lbs. of Old Cast Iron,
null and mining iaia<
in ii(*l V y
castings, tlmnble skeins, and irons, brass
castings and Babbitt metal. Bells cast,
banning machinery, engines, house front*,
stoves sowing machines, blacksmith-work,
and all work wherein iron, steel or brass is
use«!, repaired. Parties desiring anything
in our line will do well to give ns a call be
fore going elsewhere. All work done with
neatness and dispatch at reasonable rates.
Bring on your old east iron.
. . ,
ZIMMERMAN A CO.
Ashland, April 8, 1876.
( or. ( alilornia and Oregon Sts., Jacksonville
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
The Democratic party through its
able, fearless, faithful, patriotic and
elivered at the foundry ' in
Ashland, lor which we will pay the THROUGH TICKETS, 12J C ents .
indefatigable representatives in the
highest J »rice.
Lower House of Congress, has placed
Every farmer has more or less old cast
C alifornia S treet ,
about his premises, such as old stoves,
every American citizen under a last
pinions anti other articles. These thev
hoice wines , liquors and ci
Proprietor. would do well to gather up, and bring them
ing debt of gratitudo to it for exposing S. P. JONES,
gars constantly on hand. The reading
before the rain sets in.
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
the monstrous fraud, infamy and un
We will also pay the highest price for old cals and leading palters of the Coast.
paralleled corruption of the Radical
one but the choicest and best COPPER, BRASS and ZINC.
J. M. McCALL >
. ines, Brandies, Whiskies and Ciirars
Administration which is exciting the
contempt, ridicule and derision of other
DRINKS, 12 J CENTS.
otice is hereby ’ given that
nations on our Republican form of
the ac<*ounts of the firm ot Manning <fc
NO CREDIT TN THE FUTURE-it don’t
have l»een ¡»laced in my hands for col
Government, and is mantling with the pay.
Families needing anything in our lino
lection. All persons indebted to said firm
blush of shame the cheek of every best to be found on tho Coast. Give me a Nos. 600 and 602 Front St., are requested to settle immediately.
H. K. HANNA.
call, and you will be well satisfied.
«S'.LV EE A NCI SCO, CAL.
Jacksonville, Sept. 2,1875.