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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
OFFICE—till Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
Kates of Nubscript i»n :
Invartabh/ tn Atlranee.
a . c. JONES,
BOYS' and GIRLS’
James Spence, M. D.,
R E A D Y - M A 1) E ( LOTH INO,
Ilo M EOT A TllIC PHYSICIAN,
BOOTS and SHOES,
H o R ua ’ h Ranch, near Kerbyvill«».
grocer ] es , bedsteads a chairs ,
G. II. AIKEN. M. D.,
LIQOUBS, TOBACCO and CIGABS,
Oilier Ono door \\e*t of the W. U. Tele
CROC KERY, FTC.,
H. K. HANNA,
ATTORNEY a COUNSELOR at law ,
At E. Jacob’s New Store.
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
Will ] ri< lice in all th* Court* of the Stati*.
1’rompl.utenti«.a given to all business lull I
in my rare.
(»flue in Orth’s Brick Building—upstairs.
M <>< Ci.
The Missouri Senate has passed a bill of is now so well known throughout the
fering Siu,uno reward lbPtlio discovery of a i btatc as being the introducer of the
sure cure for hog-cholera.
celebrated Percheron horses.
This gentleman has been engaged
The (’orvallis Gazette advocates a new i
State Constitution which will ¡>erinit conn- t for the last thirty years in the business
ties to aid in building works of public no- . of stock raising, and for the last seven
ho has applied all his energies to the
They liavo a good way of managing fero- | improvement of draft horses in Ore
cious school directors at Wheatland, Wash gon.
ington county. Tho girls tied him with j
From careful and continuous exam
ropes and flogged him.
I ination he became convinced that for
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Otliee m Orth’s building up-stairs.
Blaine says that Buchanan was a baeho- <
Near Ashland, in Jackson county, is
lor, and that Hayes is a Benedict—Arnold the resilience and farm (containing 600
to the Radical party.
acres,) of Mr. W. C Myer, whose name
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1877
Ladies’ and Gentlemen's
PROFESSIONAL ( ARDS,
A ITORN EY
One square, one insertion........................... $3.00
each subsequent one............. 1.00
Legal advertisements inserted reasonahly.
A lair reduction from tlie above ratosmade
to yearly and time advertisers.
Yearly advertisements payable quarterly.
Job printing neatly and promptly execut
ed, and at reasonable rates.
C ounty W arrants always at taken par.*
One copy, |>er annum,.......................
Advertisements will he inserted in tho
T imes at the following rates :
Every President of tho United States, that purpose, the Percherons were bet
from Washington to the present occupant J ter adapted than tho Clydesdale, or
of tho Presidential chair, has been a mem any other of the breeds generally’ used.
ber of the Masonic order.
He imported several full blooded Per
S<*en‘tary Schurz talks to the army of ap- ! cherons, and the results of his experi
plieants for olliee in three languages, Eng ments have fully satisfied him of the
lish, German and French, and stilfhe fails correctness of his opinion.
to make them happy.
His beautiful white horses excited
It is reported that 6(1,000 Philailel|>hia fam general admiration when they ap
ilies have broken up housekeeping since peared at Portland, during Centennial
Jan. 1st and started to the country making week, and al.-o when exhibited at the
Centenn'al calls. Revenge is sweet.
last State Fair, held at Salem.
Like P. T. Barnum and Montgom
J. Tyler, Jr., is writing letters in behalf
of the revival of tho Whig party. As his ery Queen, his creed is, “liavo good
father killed that party, his attempt to res articles,
urrect it would seem to be a rather untilial
And pay the printer’s bills;” so he is
M»ME EXPERIENCE WITH A Ml'LE.
T ight , T ighter , T ightest .—Tho
“eel-skin” dress is now the great rage
The Virginia ('hro)ticle thus puts up
both in London and Paris. In the a local about a fallen and a risen mule:.
wildest days of the tic-back or pin-
Yesterday afternoon a mule that was
back mania there never was seen such i pulling a dray along B street slipped
a tightness in the matter of shirt as down, falling in such a manner that
now prevails. Whatever tho paucity his owner saw at a glanco that he could
of folds in the pinback in its fronter j only be got to his feot with great care
part, in the enormous exuberance of and labor. Immediately a crowd Col
tho pannier or bustle the balance was lected and began to give advice»
struck. But now, not only is the
“Cut the harness.”
bustle a thing of horror, but oven the
“Hold down his head.’*
necessary underclothing is considered
“Pull out the shafts.”
trop. To lengthen tho waist far
“Ixxweu the^heck rein.”
beyond its natural proportions, a stiff
“Push his hind leg over.”
webbing of elastic is fastened to tho i
“Unbuckle the belly-strap.”
stays to tho depth of half a foot, and
“Turn him over.”
to this, at first, narrow skirts are but
“Lift him out.”
But even this is now aban
“Look-a-here, fellows,” remarked
doned for another scheme to acquire the driver, “chin music can’t get up a
slenderness. Mrs. Swisshclm’s much mule. If you take so blamed much
ridiculed chemiloon is in demand, and interest in the case, s’poso you get
garments made in this way are sold at down and help a little.”
the various furnishing shops and pat
The crowd rushed to tho work at
terns of it pass eagerly from hand to once. Major Lancen got hold of his
baud among lady fiiends.
.Some head, Long Brown sat on his flank,
ladies have had regular stage tights and Jack Magee got hold pf his fore
made in thick webbing, and over tltcse head.
A’number of other prominent
they wear nothing but the outer dress, citizens got round the edge of the an-
underskirt* being simulated by pleated imal and took hold.
rutiles of white muslin, sewn to the
“Now, boys, we’ll lift him up; bo
edge of the dress, which is then tied heave to;” and they made a mighty
back till, the woman within is shackled effort to put him on his pins, Tho
almost like a convict in a chain-gang. mule rose like an in*urrection of blacks
No more uncomfortable fashion ever in Louisiana, and when he let his hind
was devised, for not only are the leg out it put Long Brown slap up
limb* confined by the binding dress, against the back steps of the Interna,
but the wearer must constantly con tioiial Hotel. Then it tried to turn a
cern herself about the condition of hand-spring, and the fore-hoof found
the bodice, that portion beiwg in in- a hiding place in tho diaphragm of
cessant danger of turning itself up Magee and his gulp of dissatisfaction
behind, wrong side out, like an um made the boys along the street laugh
brella in a windstorm. The desired witii delight.
efloct of youthful slenderness is gen
Tho great aim of tho parties who
erally obtained by the “eel-skin,” hut had the mule was now to hold him
at a good deal of sacrifice ol personal down. He was changed from a pass
ease.— T'rom << Duris Letti r,
ive to an aggressive mulo in a twink
One of the most noticeable of recent oc now having a pamphlet printed by
LLOFTHE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD
at the very lowest rates. If you don't currences is the purchase of teu thousand Mr. E. M. Waite, of Salem, which
KAHLER & WATSON,
believe me, call and ascertain prices for American plows by the Russian Govern will contain all the information he has
yoiir*el ves. No humbug !
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELt»RS-AT-LAW,
All kinds ot produce and hides taken in ment. for distribution among the farmers of , collected, with regard to stock raising.
I exchange for goods.
This will be ready for distribution
A statement is current in the newspapers, shortly, and will be embellished with
and bv no means an improbable one, that engravings of his l’crcheron horse*,
Will practice in the Supreme, District and
other Cum Is <>t th is stale.
Henry Ward Beecher's lecture profits in the copied from photographs.
(.»Ilice on Third slicet.
West this season have reached the great to this he will have prepared, in a
sum of 815,'WMt.
short time, a large sheet engraving, 1
Tho Greenback candidate for Governor of j
which will present the following sub I
Rhode Island received 37 votes at the re
ATTORNEY A COUNNELOll-AT-LAW,
A Boston paper thinks this
I cent election.
1st, White Prince.
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES is an excellent lieginning to compute per
Pride of Percho.
centages of gain Irom hereafter.
Will practico in all thè Court* of tho State.
3d, Gen. Fleury.
Statistics show that there isagroat increase 1
Prompt aUenlioii given lo all business eli-
niiE scholastic year of this of insanity among the colored people of the ;
All theso are full blooded or thor
Ci Rious (’ hops in G ermany .—A
trusled lo m\ care.
L school will commence ah >ut the end of
oughbred Percheron stallions. Turf
il-it (»Ilice opponile Court House.
August, and is divided in four sessions, South. The increase is so rapi«l in Virginia
writing from Nurem
amongst that class, that it is already fast be- ; men chiim that the term “thorough
often weeks each.
trees are so extensive
coming a pro! b in ol great magnitude.
bred” is only applicable to horses of
JAMES S. HOWARD,
Board ami tuition, per term,.........
Mr. Schurz told Zack ('handler that he I pure Arabian descent, but the term is ly raised in Germany that they are
Bed ami Bedding.................................
one of the most common crops in that
U.K DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR Drawing and painting.......................
s.oo hoj><‘il he should go out <-f oilice with as
applied to the before mentioned stal
15.00 good a reputation as did the great Michi-
country. The trees are planted in
lions to signify the purity of their Per-
Entrance fee, only once,..................
rows as straight as those of a corn
gander. Ho will have to cut up an extra- i cho.on
SELECT DAY SCHOO I
ordinary amount of deviltry to carry out a
field. He says: “There is scarcely
Josephine and Curry counties, Oregon. Primary, j>er term,...................................... $ 6.00 worst* olio.
Ph, White Rose, a full-blooded 1’er- any wood at all in Germany but what
Oiticial .surveys made ami paten sobtained Junior,
at reasonable rale*. Full copie*ut Mining
Senator Patterson, of South Carolina, is ; cheron mare.
is thus cultivated. The land is in
5 th, An Indian or Cayuse pony with
Laxssaiid Decisions al my oilice in Jack-
mad. 1 Io bitterly denounces the Adininis- [
many places so poor that it cannot be
son \ i! le, i >reg< >n.
cial attention is paid to particular studies in tration for its coui se in South < 'arolina. 11 is her foal, sired by White Prince, This tilled every year ; so that by taking a
behalf of children who have but limited occupation down there will now be gone, i engraving is intended to show plainly
number of years to raise a crop of
time. For further particulars apply at the Mr. Hayes seem* to be the man who struck the immense improvement caused in
the occupants eflect the double
Mr. Patterson this time.
any kind of horse stock by the infu
E. B. WATBON.
U. W. KAlll.ER.
ling. Like the sea in a calm, it was
placid and dormant, but the breath of
the tempest mado it aggressivo and
all-devouring. The sweep of its hind
leg commanded the respect of all who
saw it. The strokes of its hoof fell on
the cart like the shock of tho ocean’s
billows upou the rocks. The cart be
gan to succumb and dissolve into kin
dling-wood and toothpicks. The har
ness began to fly and one after another
the fragments went kiting. There
was good stock in that mule, but tho
stockholders began to drop at Chariot.
The mule flung off its parasites, and,
raising with a snort, shot for the hills.
“1 know’d all de time dat you couldn’t
hold dat mule,” remarked a Jamaica
negro to the crowd, which slowly dis
persed, leaving the owner to gather up
the fragments of his cart and harness.
Cor. Cal. A < »regon Sts.,
CITY DRUG STORE,
rnni: new firm of kahler a - B ro .
I have the largest and most complete
It Mr. Evarts holds theofliee of Secretary i
of State four years, then New York will
have furnished the Secretary for twenty-
four years in unbroken snceession, except- !
ing tlm four y< ar* of Buchanan's Adnuuis-1
traiion, and one month when Elihu B.
Wa*hburne wa* S- creiarv under Grant.
pm pose of supplying themselves with
SeenKary of Slate, Wm. M. Evarts, has sion of Percheron blood.
wood and of getting at the end of
half a dozen unmarried «laughters, who will
6th, His barn at Ashland with sta
fallow grouml again. One can
enter Washington society. None of them bles, etc., and a group of stock in Hie
tree fields of all ages, some
have beauty, in this taking alter their pa- j foreground. This barn and stables are
ternal relative, but all are fine witty «‘on- 1
of little trees of one or two years
versationalists, in this also taking after their | built in the best style and are tilted growth, and others with large ones
up with all the latest improvements.
A woman in l’oik eouniy who has been
fourteen years has never pur-
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
chased a paper of pins or needles, or linen
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
collars. When she was married, her
l’ARLOR A BEDROOM SUH'S,
And a great variety of PERFUMES and thoughtful mother gave her a paper of pins,
T< »1 LET ARTICLES, including the best and a package of needles and on«1 dozen collars,
cheapest assortment of (’(>M M< »N and l’ER- and sht* still has pins, needles and collars
FUM ED SOAPS in this market.
Also Door*. Sash ami Blinds always on
CT Prescriptions carefully compounded.
It is taken for granted by Mr. Tilden,
haml ami made toord- r. PlaniiTg done on
ltOBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
Undertaking a spe
Mr. Howitt and other leaders of that class,
that tho Democracy will beyond doubt car
ry the next Presidential election, and tho
TABLE ROCK SALOON,
section that secures the Speakership now
will have obtained an important strategical
position, at the start, with reference to the
National Nominating Conventions.
F.ver brought to Southern Oregon.
the latest ami finest style* of
among which is an elevator to hoist up
feed ol all kinds ; this runs on a rail
road track or tramway in-ide the barn,
and is the only cue of the kind in < Ire-
gon. The engraving containing all
these illustrations will be finished in
Hie highest style of art, almost equal
to line engraving. It will be executed
on tho best quality of paper and will
form a useful ornament to the walls of
any department. It is Mr. Myer’s in
tention to distribute this also
ready lor the ax.” The farmers of
Northern Bavaria go extensively into
fish raiding, collecting the water from
marshy places and drained land into
ti-li ponds. Many farmers in this way
realize as much from their water as
their land crop. Those of our farnws
who are troubled with an excess of
water might turn it to account by tak
ing truin their German brethren.
K eep Y olk A gkeements .—Ono
reason why many people do not get
along in the world is because they can
not be depended upon. They do not
keep their agreements, When they
are weighed in the balance of actual
allairs they are too often found want-
itig. 'They are seldoui on time. The
workman who is always on hand al
tho appointed time and place, and
does his work according to agreement,
is sure to get along. To a young me
chanic, starling in life, the habit of
punctuality is worth more than a thou
sand dollars cash capital—although a
thousand dollars is not apt to bo
despised. Tho trustworthiness of the
faithful workman produces money, but
tho untrustworthiness of tho uufaith-
ful one causes him to lose money.
This is an everlasting principle. He
I who would be permanently prosperous
must keep his engagements.
. ............... -
S even G ood M axims . —liavo tho
courage to do without that which you
do not need, however much your eyes
Have tho courage to acknowledge
your ignorance, rather than seek credit
for knowledge under false pretences.
Have the courage to provide enter
tainment for your friends within your
To gain extensive usefulness—Seize
the present opportunity, great or small,
and improve it to the utmost.
To govern children (and men to)—
Commend them oltener than you
To be always contented—Consider
that you will never in this life be free
from annoyances, and that you may
as well bear them patiently as fret
To enjoy all that this world has to
give—Set not your heart upon it, but
make God your ¡»ortion.
To any persons who will engage to
frame it in a suitable manner. White
Prince and Gen. 1'lury are now stand
ing at Salem and Albany alternately,
and Pride of Perche is at Ashland.
Mr. Myer intends to be present at
the next State Fair in Salem with sev
eral of his full-blooded Perchcrons and
I nelo Sam lias a pretty good-.*ize<l farm also with a number of Alderny or Jer
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. W. J. ZIMMERMAN & CO., Prop’rn.
left. According to the report of the Secre sey cattle, which he lias imported at
tary of the Interior, (>,524,326 acres wero dis considerable expense and which he se
ANUFACTURE AND BUILD ALL posed of during tho last fiscal year, for lected himself when ho visited the At
rpiIE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WELL-
kinds of mill and mining machinery, which tho cash receipts woro 86,745,215.85.
L known and popular resort would in
W ealth not O mnipotent . —
lantic States in 1872. Ho slates that
castings, thimble skeins, and irons, brass
form their friend* and the public generally
During tho year 21,805,517 acres wero sur
is potent in its own sphere,
that a complete and first-class stock of the casting* and Babbitt metal. Bells cast. veyed, leaving yet to be surveyed a tritlu the Alderny or Jersey cows are noted
but impotent beyond it. It can pul a
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and
in Europe and tho East as being the
ovor 1,132,665,211 acres.
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand. stoves, sowing machines, blacksmith-work,
telegraph under the sea and cover the
Tho Il’orZd says Tweed is said by his best adapted for dairy purposes, as
They will l»e pleased to have their friends and all work wherein iron, steel or brass is
with a network of wires as with
used, repaired. Parties desiring anything friends to Ixi a great sufferor and to bo break they give unusually great quantities
“call and smile.”
a spider’s web. It can build railroads
in our lino will do well to give uh a call be ing down fast. It is not thought ho will of rich, cream-producing milk and
fore going elsewhere. All work done with
and bridge oceans. It can buy houses
survive anything like a long imprison that a marked improvement will result
A < ’abinet of Cur iosit ies may also bp found neatness and dispatch at reasonable rates.
and lands and every material advan
here. We would lx; pleased to have persons
ment, or oven that he will live long alter by breeding with Alderny bulls to the
?£'■ Bring on vonr old east iron.
jiossessing curiosities and specimen* bring
‘ ZIMMERMAN <t CO.
but here its power stops. It
released to remain in New York until he common cows of Oregon.
I tage ;
them in, and we will place them in the Cab
Ashland, April 8, 187(1,
»•an do no further service to the «uty and
goodness, or justice,
T he Government begun the issuing
inet for insiieetion.
State as a witness, and then leave the city
WINTJEN <fc HELMS.
B ogus M oney R olls .—Ever since of postal cards with some misgivings, or gentleness, or patience, or love, or
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS, The balance of claims in favor of the the discovery of the counterfeiters in but tho result of what was looked true friendship, It cannot mako char*
Southern Oregon, complaints have upon by some as an experiment has acter stronger or life sweeter. It can
United States against Mexico as determined
C alifornia S treet ,
WILL. JACKSON, Dentist,
been most satisfactory. Beginning in say to the minister, I will feed you
by tho mixed commission, in round num been mado of the bogus half dollars
Proprietor. bers, is 8I,<HM'.(KH1. This is to be paid in all ! which are done up at intervals in the 1873 with 1 (KJ,<10(1,000 cards, the issue and clothe you while you are making
S. P. JONES,
meu better, and to the teacher, I will
nual installments ot' 8300,000 each. At the I wenty-dollar rolls. A worse “trick has increased year by year at the rate
take care of you while you are mak
rate depredations now go on it is likely the i on travelers” than this, however, is the of about 1,500,000 until now, when it
one but the choicest and bust
ing men wiser, but it can do nothing
wrapping of lead pipo in paper the
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars balance will grow larger instead ot smaller,
an«l after a while the filibustering spirit length of a twenty-dollar roll and pass- needed for the year beginning July 1st without the brain of wisdom or the
kCI>t’ DRINKS, 12} CENTS.
will demand another slice of Mexican Ter ing it as the genuine article.
We ¡ next, 'flie instances of abuse in the heart of goodness. It can build rail
I have it from indisputable authority use of cards have been comparatively roads, but it cannot buil'l meu.
NO CREDIT TN THE FUTURE— it don’t
♦ w* '■ ■ ■ ■ ~
Tho Department ot tho State at Washing that this practice is now being carried few, and in cases of this kind the in
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon. pav. Families needing anything in our line
“they” say is be
<*an always be supplied with the purest and ton has recently recovered at a cost ot $500 on in Portland, and that lead pipe fliction of the legal penalties has had
’s the use of
best to be found on the (’oast. Givo me a the original journal of Mason and Dixon, rolls, representing $100, were recently a salutary effect upon persons who
■Tl VERY OPERATION PERTAINING TO call, ami you will be well satisfied.
tho English surveyors who, in 1763-7, laid passed on one of our citizens. Thecaseis were disposed to make them the ve lying awake of nights with the uukind
jq the jaw skilfully performed al reasona
out tho celebrated line of demarcation that being inquired into and the guilty hicles of scurrility and defamation. remarks of some false friend running
through your brain liko forked light
CARTER, bears thoir natno. It was discovered among ones will probably be brought to jus — II \tshiu[iton
No more credit will lie given after tho LOYAL W.
ning ? What’s the use of getting iuto
a quantity of old papers in the Parliament tice. Till then, however, it will be
first of January, 1876. I will take all kinds
A marvelous overdress, made for a worry and fret over gossip that has
the Assembly to the clerk ot the House who just as well as not for our citizens to
otliee and residence on corner of Califor
: examine all their rolls—newspapers the Empress Eugenie, is now on exhi been set afloat to your disadvantage
nia and Fifth streets, Jacksonville.
Oregon. , had discovered it.
bition at A. T. Stewart & Co.’s, N. Y. by some meddlesome busy body^who
Oregon is tho most northwesterly State especially, as bankruptcy might result
has more time than character? These
LAGER! LAGER 1!
in the Union, being situated between the from receiving one of them. Tho It is a combination point gauze, point things can’t possibly injure you, un
I TAKE THIS
Portland tricksters arc said to be more d’Alencon and Ven iso point, held to
1 informing the public that I am now forty-second and lorty-sixth degrees of
gether by the finest conceivable net; loss, indeed, you take notice ot them, -
prepared to do all kinds of House. M agon, northern latitude. It is bounded on the greedy than their confreres in San
THE EAGLE BREWERY. Carriage, Sign and Ornamental Painting, East by Idaho, on the West by tho Pacific Francisco who some time ago played it measures five and a half yards in and in combatting them give them
! character and standing. If what is
Cah'imining, etc. All work executed with Ocean, on the North by Columbia river, the same game by putting a half dol length, the depth in front is one anil
said al>out you is true, set yourself
neatnesa and dispatch at reasonable rates.
and on the South by California ami Neva lar at each end of the lead, for they a halt yards, tapering to but one yard
miiE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER, Orders from the country promptly attended I i
right at once; if it is false, let it go for
Its actual cost, it is said,
da. It extends, on an average, for 350 miles do not put any money in at all, leav at the back.
IXlYAJ. W. CARTli’ll
1 has now on hand and is constantly man to.
Rist and West, ami for 275 miles North ami ing nothing but the bare pipe in the was $22,ooo in gold, its present valua what it will, until it dies of indifferent
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern
ami contains9.5,271 square miles, with
Oregon, which he will sellili uuantities to
FULL lino of shelf and heavy hardware
tion being $100,000.
an urea of about 60,000,000 ol acres.
^uit purchasers. Call aud test the article.
THE ASHLAND IRON WORKS,
for sale bv