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OFFK'E— <>n Oregon st i •eet, in Orth’s Brick
llateM of Nulr«eripti<»ii :
< ne copy, |>er annum,...
Nl\ !IIO11 l 11S t ....
three months,. ........................... 1.00
I>ir<ti'mt>ly in .Ath'une»'.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
D eclines to be C ounted in .—The
T he O regon 8 ilver M ud . —At the
following letter was forwarded from meeting of the San Francisco Micro
state : <>»’ oiir.oox.
I • ft v r»r il or
............. L. F. < »rover
A. C. JONES,
La., on Dec. 13th, to J. scopical Society, Mr. Hanks presented
There are now three Russian men-
8e.-i’etar\ ot State,........... ..... S. F. < 'liadwit k
President of the a slide mounted with the matter re
of-war in San Francisco harbor.
....... ............A. H. Brown ATTORNEY A- COVNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Louisiana Returning Board, by John ferred to him at the last meeting, and
State Printer..................... ........... M . V. Brow n
New York has sixty-eight corset fac J. Long, who was counted in as repre handed in the following report on a
Suó’l of Publie Instruction... L. L. Rowland
FANCY GOODS, tories, which shows how our indus sentative from the parish of De Soto :
FIRST JVOICIAI IHSTR14T.
sample of (so-called) silver mud from
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
tries are running to waist.
< 'ircuit J udge,.................. ................. P. P. Prim
Otlice in Orth’s building-up-stairs.
1 listrift Ait«»rtipv................. ........... H. K. llanna
BOYS’ and GIRLS’
Dr. Runnel assayed some of the body has returned me as elected to the
I have made a careful examination
lower House of the Legislature from of the sample referred to me at the last
James Spence, M. D.,
the parish of Du Soto. Permit me to meeting of the Society. A fine assay
1 Samuel Fui rv.
< ounty Commissioners.
( Ahram Miller.
The Pacific Threshing Machine Co. return my th inks for the honor con showed it to contain 7.4 per cent, of
s|i»-ritl, ............................. ........ 1. W. Manning Il O M EG PATH 1C PH YSICI AN,
proposes to locate its works at Albany, ferred, but at the same time permit silver, or 184 pounds avoirdupois to
....................... .......... E. D. Font Ira v
if it can secure a subsidy of $10,000. mo to say that I am unwilling to accept the ton of 2,000 pounds, $3,403 to the
Ì i <
ut ,........................ ................. lohn »>rtii
the position. I am a Republican from ton. Examined microscopically it war
Hogue’s Ranch, near Kerbyvilln.
('ronin delivered the Oregon electoral tin* firm conviction thnt the principles found to contain free silver, mixed
School Su i mt in tend«-nt, ............ E. J. Farlow
fiROCEHIEfi, 11EDNTEA />.Vd C7L4 IRK, vote to Vice President Ferry on the
........ J. S. Howard
m* \ t • v o r
O. H. AIKEN, M. D.,
of that party are best for the whole with finely divided mud. A few min
.......... 1 >r. < ’allemler
country. It is also true that I was the ute crystals were found with the all*
JosEl'IIIM-t ( XH’XTY.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
regular nominee of the party in the ver when concentrated by washing,
l’omit v J ndge,................ ........ M. F. Baldwin
1 .1. E. Sevterth,
Boast Butler wants the President of parish of De Soto for the Legislature, some of which are very interesting.
..... (IL ’1 hornton.
Senate to be the President and i and did more than any member of the The appearance of the silver does not
. . S. Messenger
i eall another election n< xt May. Tho i party in that parish to organize it and indicate its source. It Is not fillings.
..... Chas. Huches Otlice—One door west of the W. U. Tele
< lei k.............................................
thief is already moving for a new trial, j advance its interests; but, sir, knowing It is not precipitated by copper from a
............... 1. P. Lewis
The Douglas linlepenilent has it from j as I do that 1 was fiirly defeated at solution, as it is not crystalized. It
Si-tiooi .'sii|M*rini<<ndeiit,. .............. J. M. Smith
A. CALLENDER, M. D.,
XV. N. Sandors
h r\ u voi, .......................
reliable authority that Mat. Bledsoe I tho pools, no intimidation or fraud hav has the appearance of having been In
< *or<>ih*r.............................. 4 ¡co. S. Mathew son P 11 Y S I C I A N AN D S U R G E O N ,
was killed at Prescott, Arizona, ah >ut I ing been practiced by tho opposite troduced as an amalgam, but no trace
l.AICE cut ’.X l Y.
At E. Jacob's New Store, six weeks ago, by a man named Slo party at any precinct in tho parish, of mercury remains. I have prepared
,..E. C. Mason
4 'omit v J udge..................
so far as I have been able to ascertain. several slides showing the silver and
i S. C. Moss,
After a thorough investigation, my its associate, some silver precipitated
< 'ouiitv 4 ommissi<mers,. ..... jA. Tenbrook.
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
self-respect will not permit me to ac by copper from the nitrate for compar
2Slií*ritY................................ ...... T. J. Brattain /■fr Ottico at residence, on Fifth street, op
ate making further appropriation of I cept the position. I hope you will ison; silver washed from the sample;
posite the Court House.
< *lt*rk................................. ......... R. B. Hatton
’Treasurer.......................... ............ 1. L. Hanks
$250,0(1(1 for continuing the construc pardon me for taking a step that, at also, a specimen of wet mud sent to
............... M. Riggs
tion of the canal ard locks at the Cas- • first glance, may bethought calculated me for assay by a commercial house in
School .''>uiMTinteiident. ...... H. M. Thatelier
to cast some discredit upon the party this city. These simples are on the
■Sur ve vor........................... .... Frank Chet >nian ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW, ;\ at th<' very lowest rates. If you don’t cades of Columbia river, Oregon.
cur kt si rnsus.
believe me, call and ascertain prices for :
The Enferprisc complains that the ' with which I have allied myself, but table for examination. The wet mud
yourselves. No humbug !
Jaekmm County.— Circuit Court, second |
I am a planter not a politician; all my loses eighty per cent in drying, and
All kinds of produce and hides taken in Locks Company will give no manifest
Monday in February, June and .X ovciii I ht . :
of freight passing through the locks, interests are here; but, sir, I cannot the df£ residue contains eighty-nine
Countv Court, tirsi Monday in each monili. | Will practice in all the Courts of the State. exchange for goods.
Jox>phme (X»w«O/.—Circuit Court, fourth j Prompt attention given to all business left
as provided for in Senate bill No. 9, believe the good of the State or of the ounces to the ton. Another sam;4u,
in my eare.
Monday in April and fourth Monday in Oc
and the caso will c >mo up before the j national Republidan party can be pro handed to me to-day by G. L. Mur
tober. County Court, first Monday m Jan Otlice in Orth’s Brick Building—upstairs.
moted by returning, as elected, a candi dock, did not contain a trace of silver.
uary, April, Julv and <»clobcr.
so clearly defeated as myself. In I consider this a remarkable substance.
L<t/.f < Circuit Court, fourth Mon C. w. KAHLER.
K. H. WATSON.
slay in June;' County Court, first Monday i
LTVERY STABLE so loudly and so much of its farming I fact I am convinced that very much of If the silver has been added for fraudu
KAHLER & WATSON,
in January. April, July and Oetolier.
the disturbance that has prevailed lent purposes, which I can scarcely
resources, has sent about $2,00(1,(100 to i throughout the State for several years doubt, it is still remarkable, as theper-
TOWN OF JACKSON VII.I.E.
attorneys a COUNSELORS-AT-LAW,
Orogon St., Jacksonville,
| N. Fisher, President,
the East and Oregon in the last ten i past is justly attributable to the fact ! son who prepared it has so skillfully
| M. Caton,
■ months to buy ham, butter, lard, cheese that, in many parishes men not elected j covered his tracks I cannot with cer
’Trustees,.... *................ •! David Cronemiller,
j J. Nunan,
Will practice in the Supreme, District and W. J7PLYMALE. - - PROPRIETOR. ■ and bacon.
hv the people have been returned elected tainty declare it a fraud.
other i 'ourts of this State.
The very latest cock and bull story and maintained in office by the power
Recorder,...................................... 1 •
Hayden Otlice on Third street.
F resh W ater at S ea .—A Dublin
to the effect that Hayes is about of the government I must believe that
Treasurer......................................... Henry l’ape
has just patented an arrangement
aving just received a new to hire thirty Democratic Congressmen you and your associates have been
Marshal....... .............................. L »’• Melhunel j
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car to act with the Republicans when the i grossly deceived as to the manner in for condensing sea-water into that
•Street Commissioner.................... L 1 • " el"s
riages, 1 am now prepared to furnish my
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
electoral vote is counted. Why not which the late canvass and election in which is drinkable, which will be
patrons and the public generally with as
buy the whole kit and bilen of ’em? De Soto was conducted, and as to the hailed as a great boon to all ¡»ersons
who go down to the sea in ships. It
L. L. Jennings, who was editor of result. Very
Jtirksoinilli* Lotlsr No. Ill, I. II. II. 1.. Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
called “Aqua Vita),’’and is construct
Holds Ils regular meetings every
Ax ran be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle the New York Timex, in the days when
ed to fit into the bows of a ship’s boat
' .+.■**''■ Safurday vveningal the Oild bel
horses hired to go to any part of the country. that paper was helping Tilden vs. Boss
trusted to niv care.
and W ool in F abrics .—Ravel out and produce a pint and a half of whole
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses
low's Hall. Brothers in good standing are
broke to work single or double. Horses Tweed, writes from London, in a re the suspected cotton filler from the some water coudensed from the sea in
invited to attend.
J. II. HYZER, N. G.
hoarded, and the liest of care bestowed upon cent letter, that he is very well aware
wool and apply flame. The cotton will one hour. Its powers have been test
JAMES S. HOWARD,
' them while in niv charge.
D aniel C ronemiller , Rec. Sec’y.
with a flash, the wool will curl ed on several otvasions lately before
DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR FfTMY TERMS ARE REASONABLE. with the Chandler-Jay Gould ring of up, carbonize, and emit a burnt, disa gentlemen inlereste l in sea-faring pur
Jarksouvilk SUluui No. ll\ I . 0. K. M.,
greeable smell. Even to the naked eye suits, and the result has given great
Holds ils regular Hus tings every Thursday
A liberal share of the public patronage is
evening al ineOdd Fellows’ Hail. Brolhers I
Pomeroy’s Detnocraf says: “The sil the cotton is noticeably different from satisfaction. The apparatus comprises
W. J. PLYMALE.
in gtsni standing are inv tied to attend.
Josephine and Curry counties, Oregon.
ver springs just discovered in Oregon the filaments of wimj I, and under the a small boiler which is fed from a re
BEN SAC I Is, O. C.
Oilieial surveys made and patents obtained
quite remarkable. The waters are magnifier this difference comes out ceiver and funnel. The latter is fitted
M ax M uller , R. S.
at reasonable rales. Full copies of Mining
! impregnated with liquid silver so that strongly. The catton is a flattened, in such a way that, in case of any ac-
Lawsand Decisions at my oilice in Jack
an iron floatson the surface. A hunter more or less twisted band, having a i cident to the pipes connected with it,
Oittoninn Poriihontas Trihi* No. I, Im- sonville, Oregon.
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY. recently rowed across one of them and very striking resemblance to hair, the condenser may be tilled. The hot
proved order'»1 Rial Men, holds its
stated councils al the Rial Men s
found $15 worth of tiie precious metal which, in reality, it is; since, in the steam generated by the boiler is
Hall the third sun m every seven suns, in
condition of elongated cells, it lines ' passed through a steam-pipe into a
in the basket work of his canoe.”
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
the inner surface of the pod. The worm-pipe, which runs through a con
brothers in good standing.
THE SISTERS of the HOLY HAMES.
The statistician of the Department wool
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
E. 1». FOVDRAX , S.
may bo recognized at once by denser kept continually coo) by a flow
of Agriculture, in his December report, the zigzag
E. B. W atson ,
markings on its of water from the sea entering a pi;»e
makes the corn crop only 2 per cent, fibers. The transverse
surface of wool is covered fitted in the bows of the boat and pass
milE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS short of the great crop of last year, and
Warren Loder No. 10, A. F. & A. M.,
and twisted fine
Holds its regular communications I
fully 5(1 per cent, greater than in cross lines, of which there are 2,000 to ing out from her sides. The heating
/\r \ on the Wednesday evenings or pre
of ton weeks each.
1871. The aggregate, subject to pos 4,000 in an inch. Ou this structure de medium is a small, ingeniously con
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore
trived paraffine lamp, for the main
Board and tuition, perform,................. $10.00 sible future revision, is twelve hun-
" C. C. BEEKMAN, XV. M.
tenance of which an oil-tank is pro
Keeps constantly mi hand a lull assortment Bod and Bedding....................................... 4.<M> 1 dred and ninety-five million bushels.
M ax M uller , Sec’y.
vided, with a capacity of ten day’s
of furniture, consisting of
There are also a phosphorus
Ruth Rrbckah Desrre Loiljm No. I, I. 0. 0. K., BEDSTEADS,
Entranee fee, only once,......................... 5.00 Canyonville are going and coming
unraveled, a little of the cotton fiber light-Lsix, and another tank for collect
Holds its regular meetings on every other
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
put into one dish and the woolen in ing the water with the filter inside.
Monday evening al Odd Fellows Hail. I
Primary, per term,................................... $ 6.00
Members in good standing are invited to
and a drop of strong nitric acid
JOHN MILLER, N. G.
A P atriotic D eed . —The Rome
added. The cotton will be little or not
•Sou S achs , R. S.
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
Pupils are received at anytime, and spe every one is pleased to know that the at all affected; the wool, on the con ('onricr snya : E. C. Hough and Sain.
cial attention is paid to particular studies in Lucky Queen Mining Company are to trary, will be changed to a bright yel ! Morgan, of this city, sent Governor Gro
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
liehalf of children who have but limited
For further particulars apply at the be rewarded for their enterprise and low. The color is due to the develop ver, of Oregon, a fine silk hat by ex
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS, '
ment of a picrate.— Scientific American. press, yesterday. The following pa
CORNER OF OREGON AN D C STR EFTS,
triotic letter accompanied the package :
etc ., ETC.
Tho dispatches inform us that the
Jackson vile, Orcjtuu.
I n S an F rancisco .—Virgil S. Eg
R ome , Ga., Dec. 8, 1876.
Northern holders of South Carolina
Also Doors, Sash and Blinds always on
Grover, Governor of the
hand and made to order. Planing done on
bonds are in favor of the Hampton
Board and Lodging....................... $5 per week I reasonable tertns. /^»'Undertaking a spe
State of Oregon: Dear Sir — As hum
CITY DRUG STORE, government, liecause they think he
Board................................................ 4 “ “
ble American citizens, but sincere
can pay the interest on the bonds,
.Single meals.......................................... 50 cents i
friends of law and order, we desire to
liodging.................................................. 50 cents j
which they know Chamberlain cannot
JOHN L. CARTER &, SON,
do, and that these bondholders and San Francisco, holding the position in thank you for your patriotic action in
*« ILS. WILLIAMSTAKES THIS METH-
home taxpayers will furnish the money that city as clerk in a stock broker’s the matter of the electoral vote of your
office. Eggh'ston is, we believe, a State, and beg of you to accept the ac
1NL od of informing the public that she is
rpiIE NEW FTRM OF KAHLER <t Bi»o. to run the government.
prtqtured to furnish board by the week, day
cousin of Attorney General Taft, and companying hat as a slight earnest of
I have the largest and most complete
•or single meals, at reasonable terms. The
it was mainly through the latter’s in our grateful appreciation of the ser
table will constantly be supplied with the | 1VE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
fluence while Secretary of War that vices you have done the esuse of Con
iMJ-st Hie market aiîbrds. No Chinese em
DRUGS, MEDICINES <fc CHEMICALS, wheat, wool, salmon and fruits com
ployed, ami satisfaction guaranteed. Give j
the unfortunate ex-Major was released stitutional liberty in deciding the mo
‘me’a call and judge lor yourselves.
from confinement. We trust he will he mentous questiou which was so ter
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also
higher price than those from any j fully able to redeem his character and ribly agitating the public mind.
Jacksonville, Nov. 26, 1875.
country. Her export of wheat merit the respect of those with whom While the Ridical viper may gnaw its
ORNA M ENT A L PAINTING,
equals one-seventh of the total export be may come in contact.— Oregonian. file and beslime your name with its
WILL. JACKSON. Dentist, ! WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
impotent venom, all good men and
And a great variety of PERFUMES and of the United States. Such a State is
I < >1 LET A RTICLES, including the best and not a poor State to live in.
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING DONE.
S quash F lour .—The Alden Fruit true patriots everywhere will thank
cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER
Orders from the country promptly attend FUMED SOAPS in this market.
Hon. Lafayette Lane reported a bill Preserving Company, ofSau Jose, is i and bless you. Yours, very respect?
S am ’ l . M organ ,
ïü' Prescriptions carefully compounded. yesterday from the House Land Com now putting up in pound packages a i fully,
E. C. H ough .
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
mittee, proposing to extend the pro
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS,
visions of the Lassen county desert squash hy the Alden process, for culi
T he E sther M ine .—The Roseburg
land law to similar lands in Oregon, nary uses. None but the best squashes Ptaindealer says A. Marks returned
C alifornia S treet ,
Nevada, California, and the Territories, are selected, which are cut into strips from the Esther mine, on Grave
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
S. P. JONES,
- - -
allowing them to be purchased at $1.25 and dried, ard the vegetable is then creek, last Friday, bringing with him
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. per acre, in tracts of G40 acres, upon ground to flour. Thus ten pounds of
unqualified evidence of the richness of
i VERY OPERATION PERTAINING TO
proof that they have been reclaimed squash are reduced to one pound, and the mine, being no less than a slug of
J the jaw skilfully performed at reasona
liy irrigation. The bill was ordered tho luxury of squash pie, in all its gol nearly pure gold weighing fifty-six
IN Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
rilllE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WELL-
den glory, is made possible, and is
No more credit will be given alter the
<Pt’ DRINKS, 12) CENTS.
1 known ami popular resort would in printed and will be acted on when ¡brought in the reach of every house ounces, the result of four days’ run
first of January, 1876. I will take all kinds
form their friends and the public generally reached in the regular order.
with the mill and twelve days with
complete and first-class stock of the
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t liest a brands
By private letters from Baker City,
Otlice and residence on corner of Califor
the pans. The company have four
of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and
pay. Families needing anything in our line porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand. we learn that Senator Kelly passed
nia and Fifth streets, Jacksonville.
A P rovidence boy went to a birth teams now delivering rock to the mill,
can always be supplied with tlie purest and They
will be pleased to Lave their friends through that city on the evening of day party, and describes it as follows: and as they have just fitted up the
best to be foumLon the Coast, Give mo a “call and smile.”
the 14th. The Democrats of that First, we all had some bread and but- pans, good results in the future will
New Boot and Shoe Store, call, ami you will be well satisfied.
place gave him a hearty reception, 4er; then we had some lemonade, cold be obtained. Four men in the tunnel
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also lie found
C alifornia S treet ,
here. We would lie pleased to have persons bringing out the brass band and hav enough to freeze us; then we had a can now easily keep a ten-stamp mill
possessing curiosities and siiecimens bring ing a general jubilee. The Senator piece of birthday cake; then we all had supplied with ore, and we understand
them in, and we will place them in the Cab made a speech, which is said to have
lots of ice cream; and then we all had the company proposes increasing their
THE EAGLE BREWERY. inet fk»r inspection,
been one of his ablest i florts, and was the stomach ache; then we all lay mill to that capacity in the spring.
WINTJEN A HELMS.
received with unbounded enthusiasm. down, and the big girls gave us some
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
AVING PERMANENTLY LOCATED
B rokers are buying half dollars
* in Jacksonville, the undersigned re- rilllE I'ROI'KIETOK, JOB. WKTTERER,
LL kinds of ammunition for sale by The action of Governor Grover was en peppermint; then we all went out to
68@6) per cent, discount and
snectiullv informs Che public that ho is 1 has now on han 1 and is constantly man-
. JOHN MILLER. i dorsed by Senator Kedy and received play.
nreiwred to do all kinds of work in the boot
i selling them at 5)06) per cent, dis-
> with great applause by the large crowd
I ORSE, Paint, Sasli, Scrubbing and Black
ami shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran- Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to
yuBbciiiBE for the T imes .
suit purchasers. CaJI and test the article.
11 cuing Brushcsul JOHN MILLER’S. I present.
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