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TIIK LOMi AM» MIKIKT OF IT
Whitt Boes thii Mean T
TheN. Y. IForfrfx Washington spec
The silver bill which has just passed
Tin? New York Sun of December
ial says: Mail advices received from
0 I hl Paper for Jarkson, Josephinr & Lake. 25th, in a leading editorial, says there is the House is the all absorbing topic in
St. Louis to-day bring news that the
financial circles in New York.
JANUARY 6, 1877 only one way to declare Hayes elected i
The Union League is publishing an Government is removing arms, ammu T. G. REAMES.
E. R. REAMES.
President of the United States, and address to the effect that a crisis is at nition and artillery now stored in Jeff
The 1‘rosp.et Brightening.
that is by way of fraud, usurpation and hand and the Union threatened.
erson Barracks at St. Louis. Nearly
The Santa Ro«a Democrat say a Hon. violence, or revolution. It is now cer- i The Chicago Ttibune's Omaha spec 50,000 stand of small arms have been
(Successors to White A Martin,)
J K. Luttrell, in a letter to a gentleman tain that the House of Representatives : ial says that the Grover party have moved to tho arsenal at Rock Island,
been detained west of Omaha by sick Illinois. Over 800 pieces of artillery
of that city, dated Dec. 12th, writes : will never consent to count those nine- , ness.
were packed in the same place, and
“The prospect« of the Democratic par teen pretended Electoral votes in favor
The feeling is growing strong in
ty grow brighter and brighter every of Hayes, which result from the frauds England that 1877 is destined to be a have been shipped by rail for New
day. Many leading Republicans ad of Returning Boards in South Carolina, year of sanguinary war and sweeping York, to be mounted in the harbor.
They are now in Cincinnati en route.
mit and assert their belief in the elec Louisiana and Florida. These nine changes.
tion of Mr. Tilden.”
It is suspected by weak-kneed Radi
We believe the prospect for the , tolerate, but will throw them out for cals that there is a powerful railroad knowledge of an intention to make JACKSONVILLE.
peaceable inauguration of Mr. Tilden the reason that they do not. express combination which will enforce the in these removals, but information from
the staff of the General of the army
does grow brighter and brighter as the the will of the people, but only the auguration of Tilden.
The Chairman of the California Re makesit certain that these shipments
thinking, honest masses of the Repub will of a dozen imposters at Columbia,
lican party learn the true state of the New Orleans and Tallahassee; that publican State Central Committee has are part of an organized plan to empty
called on the clubs to denounce Gov.
case in Louisiana, South Carolina, and they are nothing but falsehood, forgery Irwin for recognizing Governor Grover the arsenals in Democratic cities. In
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEAS- On the corner of Oregon and Jackson St«.,
opposite O<ld Fellow’s Hall,
ure in informing the public that they
Florida. Bent and determined as the
in his passage through California. It
orders have been given to supply bat
leaders of that party have been to de
fre 'h stock of
clare Mr. Ilayes elected, and to inaug
The Radicals are trying to create teries now in Iowa with eighty rounds
urate him by bayonet force, they dare cannot lie executed by peaceful and the Impression that there are grave of ammunition, or twice the amount.
J ackson ville,
not attempt it unless the great body of regular means. The House of Repre differences among leading Democrats. Nearly all the extra rounds being
their party back them in the perpe sentatives is a very great factor in the There are none; but there Is among the shrapnel, canister and grape.
honest Ri publicans who refuse to be
With these signs of preparation for
tration of so treasonable a design. As compositions of this Government. It led by Chandler, Grant & Co.
WITH AN ENTIER
a possible war comes an article in the HATS, BOOTS & SHOES,
every day brings to light more plainly cannot be put aside by any mere dic
National Republican announcing that
the frauds perpetrated by the Returning tum, ami it never will suffer the Presi ho scouts the idea that there is
CLOTHING, Etc., Etc.,
Board of Louisiana, and tfie Canvass
fiict between him and the Northern the House of Representatives will I m ;
ing Boards of South Carolina anil Flor-
He closes by saying that broken up at the point of the bayonet
NEW STOCK OF GOODS
In SACHS’ Brick Building, well known as
i la, so every day strenthens the De
mocracy ami weakens the Republicans his owil will and pleasure. In order but not cowardly enough to accept dis tional right to elect a President in de
"THE TEMPLE OF FASHION."
fault of a legal election by the Electoral
by convincing the honest ami thinking to realize the project the House of
men of that party that Tilden and
agent of New York, the most un
Hendricks were really and conslitu-
These goods were all purchased by a
scrupulous liar in America, has been The Oregon witnesses testifying before the member
of our firm from El RST-ULASS
swinging rouhd the circle. He con Senate committee each received $560 for HOUSES in Nan Francisco, and we will
ington. Grant has made no secret of cludes that while the people of the mileage, except Odell and Cronin, who, be warrant every article and sell them as eheap
his readiness to use them for such a United States elected Tilden fairly ing subjsenaed in Washington, are paid on foreash as anv house in the county.
We call the*
Some people are such chronic growl purpose, but has rather taken care to enough, the people of the South will ly per diem witness fees. These disburse
ATTENTION OF THE LADIES
ers that they are never satisfied. It ' publish it on every occasion and in var I submit to the inauguration of Hayes ments have already nearly exhausted the
committee’s share of the Senate contingent
to the fact that we have the largest assort
has been a demand long made that ious forms of phraseology. That lie
so, says Simonton, let’s inaugurate
ment of FANCY GOODS of every descrip
Oregon should tie advertised through will do what he threatens if those who him.
¡Mpnaed west of the 100th meridian has been tion now on hand, and we will henceforth
make this line of goods our specialty and
reduced from 10 cents per mile to 7.
this country, and that we have been control give the signal, let no man
sell them at
It is very evident from the tele
regarded loo long as a simple append doubt. The only question is, whether grams that the secrets of the telegraph
HATS ANO CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES
age to California, and having no iden i ! they will give a single occasion; forgiv offi *es, as far as concerns the Demo
tity. If a person Will take up the Eas ing it, it is sure to come. The House crats, have been told the Radical
Notice of Final Settlement.
We also keep on hand a full stock of
tern papers just now, from Maine to will never yield to the assumption managers. We are perfectly willing In tho County Court of the State of Oregon,
Texas, «ays the Standard, he will come of the President of the Senate that he published, and hope that Chandler &
tor the County of Jackson, sitting in pro
bate December 29, 1876.
to the conclusion that Oregon is the 1 alone does the counting. It will never Co., will bring out their side of this
In the matter ot the estate of A. J. Rountree, HARDWARE, NAILS, GLASSWARE,
biggest State in the Union. Not a pa permit the votes of the three fraudu question. We may then find out wheth
Hardware, Cutlery and Crockery,
per lias reached this office from the lent States to be counted. It will nev er Mitchell-Hippie got any money la T J. CHARLTON, ADMINISTRATOR
tl . of said estate, having filed in said Court
East for the past week but that is en er allow Hayes to be declared Presi
his final account for settlement, and also
use in Oregon, and it may lead to the praying for an order for setting the time lor And very many other article« ton numerous
tirely devoted to Oregon. In fact, with dent upon those votes, and the only i discovery of how Oregon was carried. hearing the same, therefore notice is hereby to mention.
Kir Give nsa call and judge for yourself
the aid of Governor Grover, E. A. Cro way to count those votes and declare
given that said final account will I k ? heard
Later advices from Florida say that and determined in said Court on Tuesday, as to our eapacil v to furnish goods as above.
nin, Dr. Watts and A. J. Dufur, our him elected is to put down the House the Returning Board refused to obey February 6, 1877, at 10 o’cl«K’k a . m ., at
efficient Centennial Commissioner, by bayonets. Tfi.e whole issue finally the mandate of the Court, and that
tions to said final account and settlement
Oregon has como to the front this Cen narrows down to just this point, and it Attorney-General Cocke made a can must then and there make the same.
Which will lie sold CHEATER than the
CHEAPEST in the State.
tennial year. And yet some of our remains to be known whether the vass of the vote after the other mem Published by order of Ho\i. S. Jx Day,
Radical friends are not satisfied. Ore Radicals will follow out to the end the bers of the Board had so refused to
E. D. Fill’DRAY, Clerk.
canvass. This canvass, which gives
U. S. PIANO COMPANY,
gon wih no longer be regarded as a lit path on which they entered when they Drew, Democratic candidate for Gov
tle, insignificant county belonging to set to work to make their man Presi ernor, 497, and Tilden 94 majority, he
California, but will hereafter command dent through the manipu'ations of filed in the clerk’s office, in obedience Í
her proper position as one of the great these Returning Boards. There is to the order of the Court. Subsequent
(California St.,one door west ofSaehs Bros., NEW YORK CITY, N. Y
States of this Union, and all through perfect harmony between what they ly the other members of the Board
met and returned a majority of 192
Jackson ille, Oregon,
Governor Grover. We shall put down have already done and what still re for Drew and 29G lor the Hayes elec
every man hereafter who finds fault mains undone. Military violence is tors. To this Gen. Cocke tiled a pro-
DEALER AND WORKER IN
with the Governor as an enemy to our the natural ally of political fraud, and test.
we are bound to say that the attitude
The Journal's Washington special
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ETC.
A Nerion’» Danger*.
of the Radical party toward this sub says: Payne, chairman of the House
EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HANI) AN
The near approach of the time when ject, and of its journals and politicians committee to consider the counting of
assortment of the best
Tilden will be placed in the Presiden
quiry as to how his committee intend
tial Chair is giving the Washington the conspirators to go on and complete ed to fix things politically, answered
“ring” thieves the ague. They show the work. Yet the suppression of the that the only suggestion yet made
CHAIRS, LEAD 1’IPE,
all the symptoms of that disease in its House of Representatives by soldiers which met with his approval, was that
worst form. Now, they are shivering is so grave and pregnant an under the committee shall insist upon the
light of the House to participate in
No Agents. No Discounts«
at the thought of the iniquities that taking, that only fools or desperadoes , counting
PAINTS, SIZES, GLASS,
OLS, HOSE, POWDER.
an examination of the recoids will ex can contemplate it calrny; yet, other ; ercise its claim to the right to throw J. S. HOWARD'S STORE.
pose. Then, anon, they are feverish
out the vote of one Southern State, and
BAR, PLATE AND ASSORTED IRON.
thereby throw tho election into the
with rage and pissioDate hatred of the
' House. He said, further, that the
man and the party who have subjected
SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR.
The People Awakening.
Limn to this terrible ordeal. The
committee are firm in their conviction
great danger is that before they are
The people have waited long, and ; that Tilden must be the next President,
expelled from the positions they have
and would not yield this point.
with a patience that has commanded
so misused, says the Democrat, they
New York, Dec. 29.—The Times'
BRASS ANDIRON WIRE,
the respect of the whole civilized
will attempt to destroy the evidence
Cleveland special sa.ys : Alxiut 8
20,000 Lbs. of Old Cast Iron,
world. They waited to be convinced o’clock this evening an express train
which will so surely convict them.
elivered at the foundry in
Cast Iron and Steel Plows.
They are reckless and desperate of the frtiud in Louisiana, waited pa on the Lake Shore railroad went
Ashland, for which wo will pay (he
enough for anything, and the Federal tiently while the votes were being through the bridge a quarter of a mile
Every farmer has more or less old cast
thrown out that had been honestly east of Ashtabula station, where the
archives are in great peril until they
ings about hia premises, such as old stoves,
pinions and other articles. These they
and their retainers are all driven from cast for Tilden. When the Returning train included eleven cars and was
would do well to gather up, and bring them
the control and care of all the records.
W H EEL-B A R R( )WS,
drawn by two engines. A blinding
before the rain sets in.
deep in infamy, and declared the vote snow storm was falling and driven lie-
" e will also pay the highest price for old
Settle Up, Settle Up !
Two Leglalativres iu Louisiana.
COPPER, BRASS and ZINC.
of the State for a man whom the vote fore the furious gale, making it impos
IPO O D K N A ND IP IL L () W H’A R E, ________ ________ J. M. McCALL * r?n
The Democrat« don’t propose to let of the people had rejected, still the sible to see more than a short distance.
HE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLACED
his accounts in the hands of T. B Kent,
the Republicans get away with their people waited. They were waiting to Of the eleven cars, six were coaches
J. P., for collection, and those knowing
usurpation in Louisiana, and intend know whether Congress would sustain i which went down the plunge of 75 themselves indebted to me will save costs
Cor. California and Oregon Sts., Jacksonville
to install Nichols as Governor. A New the wicked act. Before long it became feet. As far as can now be learned, by calling on that official, in Jacksonville, Always on hand a large lot of parlor, cook
and making payment immediately, as I ing, office, cabin stoves, of assorted sizes,
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
Orleans dispatch of the 2d says every apparent that the President and the there were 175 passengers on the train, am compelled to have inv money.
plain and fancy, constructed on the latest
fuel-saving ¡»Ians. Boilers, kettles, pots,
thing ¡4 quiet. The legislatures are Senate would sustain it, says the Mer ' of whom between 30 and 40 were Jacksonville, December 19, 1876.
and everything connected with these stoves
constituted as follows : State House— cury, and would carry it out to comple
warranted durable and perfect.
to death. No cause for the
All articles sold or manufactured by him THROUGH TICKETS, 12j C ents .
8 holding over Senators and 11 re
warranted. His work is made of the lK?st
accident can be ascertained. The train,
turned by the board ; House—68 When the utterances of the President, while moving slowly, broke through
material and of the choicest patterns.
A LL PERSONS HAVING ACCOUNTS
«¿r Orders attended to with dispatch and pHOlCE WINES, LIQUORS AND CI-
members returned by the board, 22 of and of prominent Republicans in Con the bridge. The scene is described as 1\. at the C ity D rug S toke are requested filled
according to directions. He is deter VJ gars constantly on hand. The reading
to call and settle up by the 1st of January, mined to sell at low prices for cash.
whom the Democrats claim were not gress and ou*, and the tone of the Re terrible beyond precedent.
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
1877, either by cash or note, as we want to
calsand leading ¡tapers of the Coast.
elected. St. Patrick’s Hall : Senate publican press, made this fact clear, the
balance all accounts at that date.
KAHLER A BRO.
—9 holding over, 8 returned by the people began to wake up. They woke
board and 4 who were counted out but up to the situation in Indiana, where
The Speaker of tho House has made
LAND FOR SALE.
ofall kinds, of the liest brands,whilesale and
claim they were elected ; House—40 a convention of the whole State is a peremptory demand that Orton, of
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
returned by the lioard and 22 who called. They are waking up all over the the W. U. Telegraph Company, hand niHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
1 sale 210 acres of choice agricultural land,
claim they were elected but counted Union, and soon every city, every over the telegrams passing over his 175
acres under fence, situated in Josephine
Tn connection with all these I have on hand
out by the board.
town, every village and every hamlet wires during the late political cam county, Oregon. For information, enquire a large assortment ot
rilHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
of John Bolt, Applegate, or at t he residence
-L tire in informing the public that he has
will be ablaze with indignation at the paign. He now says political dispatch of
LA FAYETTE ALLEN.
just opened out in bchumpfs building, on
At a meeting of the Senate com attempt of a party to steal the Presi es were destroyed before the demand
of all kinds—just what every married man California strrot, where he is prejiared to
wants in his family. And if you don’t be execute all work in his line in the best man
mittee on privileges and elections on dency. The honest men who voted for them was made, and it consequent WM.
at reasonable rates.
lieve it, call Rnd examine my stock before ner and Cleaning
and repairing watches and
the 27th ult, Kernan presented a re f »r Ilayes will join hands in this move ly will be impossible to comply with
Give me a call.
quest from Senator Kelly, asking that ment with the inen who voted for Til the House’s orders. This was proba
farm implements and machines.
bly done by orders of Zach. Chandler &
J. N. T. Miller aud John Parker, the
Farms for Sale-
AINTS (patents er other,) Oils, Var
Co., who fear the publicity of these dis
persons who acted with Cronin in the
AILS, Ropes, Carpenters’ and Wagon
nishes, Shelac, Window Glass, Emerv,
Makers’ Tools for sale by
Borax, etc., for sal« in endless quantities by Persons desiring to purchase good farms
electoral college, and W. B. Las well publican managers who would steal patches, as they would expose much
JOHN MILLER. * of any size will do well to enquire of
rascality. On the contrary, Mr. Hewitt
and Henry Klippel be subpoenaed to
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon.
to Q9A per
at home. Samples ÄH) A DAY at home. Agents wanted.
appear as witnesses in the Oregon case. writing is gleaming on the wall, and is willing to have all his read. Such is
worth $1 free. S tinson A
< luttit ami terms free. TRUE A* CO • «
4 N elegant assortment of Pocket and Ta-
They were summoned as requested. t their destruction is sure to follow.
Co., Portland, Maine.
Zk blc Cutlery for sale by J. MILLER.
NEW GOODS ! NEW PRICES !
New York Store
FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS,
DRY-GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
A FINE STOCK & LOW PRICES