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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1877
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
PROFESSION A L (ARDS.
(■Olio (O( .\ ri HOADS,
A HOY'M COMPOK1T1ON ON BA Bl EM.
A W arning to A dvertisers .—
C ontraction and E xpansion .—
The insanity of Dr. J. C. Ayer, of Low­ John Henry wa9 with Julia the other
There are four or five different kinds i ell, affords a terrible warning to adver­ day when she observed:
The following sens ihle article from
A. C. JONES,
FURNISHING and
of babies. There is the big baby, the tisers. Here was a man engaged in “John, dear, what is all this talk alout
the
Oregon
City
Enterprise,
upon
the
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
subject of county roads, is exactly to little baby, the white baby and the the manufacture of a pill, not differing contracting and expanding the curren­
poodle dog—and there is the baby ele­ much from a hundred other pills that cy and which do you believe in?”
JACKSONVILLE, OGN.,
FANCY GOODS, the point, and it meets our views:
There is nothing so important to a I phant.
may be obtained at any drug store.
“Well, my sweet,” said John, pull­
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
farmer
as
good
roads,
and
especially
Most
of
these
babies
was
born
in
a
In
an
unguarded
moment
he
tnade
up
ing
up his collar, “that depends upon
Oiliee in Orth’s building-up-stairs.
BOYS’ aad GIRLS’
is this so in a country where the roads boarding bouse, ’cept the baby ele- his mind that he would advertise, not circumstances. In some cases I should
get as bad as they tlo in Oregon. Yet phant; I think he was born on a rail- in the picayune style of the ordinary advocate contraction of the currency,
James Spence, M. D.,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, we find that, as a general thing, there road train, ’cause he alius carries hid dealer, but in a comprehensive sort of and in others an expulsion of it. It is
is no State in the Union whero they trunk with him.
way, by which he could reach every according to circumstances—that is,
HOM EOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
A white baby is pootier nor a ele- jiossible purchaser of pills. Ho started the condition of things.”
pay less attention to this matter than
BOOTS and SHOES,
they do in Oregon. We believe our phant baby, but he can’t eat so much with the idea of devoting half of his
“But what is the difference between
road system needs reconstruction. We hay.
Hogne'i Ranch, near Kerbyville.
profits each year for advertising. The the two, and how do circumstances af­
All babies what I have ever seen were result might have been foreseen. He fect them? That’s what I W’ant to
groceries , bedsteads d- chairs , base our belief on the fact that the
present system has been tried long liorn very young, ’specially the gal ba­ accumulated money so rapidly that he know, John?”
G. H. AIKEN, M. D..
enough and proved a complete failure. bies, and they can’t none of them talk did not know what to do with it.
“Oh, that is easily explained,” said
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
There are large sums collected annual­ the United Stateslanguage.
CLOTHING,
When
he
had
rolled
together
fifteen
John,
in a tone of great cheerfulness.
I
ly, in money and labor, for road pur­
My father had—I mean my mother million dollars and had vainly endeav­ “For instance—when we are alone we
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
poses, and yet we can hardly find a had a baby once. It was not an ele­ ored to find some outlet for his ever both sit on one chair, don’t we?”
LIQUORS,
TOBACCO
ani
CIGARS,
piece
of good road in the State, unless phant baby; it was a little white baby; increasing profits, his mind gave way
“Yes.”
Office—One door west of the W. U. Tele­
it had been made by private enterprise. I it corned one day when there was no­ under the absorbing cares ot his vast
graph oiliee.
“Well, that’s contraction. But
In our own county, and it is one of the body home; it was a funny looking fel­ business and he is now a patient at the when we hear your pa or ma coming
CROCKERY, ETC.,
H. K. HANNA,
worst and most expensive to make low, just like a lobster.
asylum for the insane. How easily we get on two chairs, don’t we?”
I
asked
my
father
was
it
a
boy
or
a
good
roads
in,
the
people
have
paid
this calamity might have been advert­
“I should say we did.”
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
At ’ E. Jacob's New Store, enough money to gravel its public girl, arid he said he don’t know wheth­ ed. If he had stuck to the conser­
“Well, my love, that is expansion.
Jacksonville, Oregon,
thoroughfares from one end to the oth­ er he was a father or a mother.
vatory methods of many of our mer­ So you see it is according to circum­
er. But the manner in which this la­
This little baby has got to legs like a chants and refrained from advertising stances.”
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
bor is bestowed and money used is monkey.
Prompt attention given to all business iett
he might have been passing quietly
“John,” said she very softly, burrow­
in my care.
His name is Mariah.
worse than thrown away every year.
through bankruptcy instead of being ing under his ear, “we are contracting
Oiliee in Orth's Brick Building—upstairs.
He didn’t look like my father nor loaded down with uncounted millions. now, ain’t we?”
There should be a change in the law.
Let our road tax tie collected the same my mother, but he looks just like my It is a dangerous experiment for a man
“You bet,” said John, with increased
C. w. KAHLER.
E. B. WATSON.
< IX OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD
as
all
other
taxes
are;
the
road
super
­
uncle
Tom,
’
cause
the
little
thing
ain
’t
at the very lowest rates. If you don’t
who does not want to become rich to cheerfulness.— Danbury News.
KAHLER A WATSON,
believe me, call and ascertain prices for visors elected by the people, and the got no hair on its head.
advertise. Or if headvertises at all he
ATTORNEYS A COUN’S ELORS-AT-LAW, yourselves. No humbug !
money annually distributed to the va-
One day I asked my uncle Tom must advertise grudgingly and at long
R emedy for K icking ‘C ows .—A
All kinds ot produce and hides taken In
rious
districts,
the
same
as
it
now
is
what
was
the
reason
be
ain
’
t
got
no
great
many remedies have been sug­
intervals, lest his profits should grow
exchange for goods.
42tf.
JACKSONVILLE OREGON,
the
to the school districts; then let
hair. He say he don’t know, ’cept out of all proportion to his require­ gested from time to time for breaking
or
supervisor
let
out
the
making
re-
the little baby was born so, and he ments, and he should find himself bur­ heifers from kicking while being milk­
Will practice in the Supreme, District and
TWELFTH YEAR.
other Courts ot this Slate.
pairing of roads in his section to the was a married man.
dened with wealth. Advertising con­ ed. And now the statement comes
Oiliee ou Third street.
lowest bidder, make thoroughly the
One day I pulled a feather out of the ducted on the principle of devoting that the best plan is to tie the animal’s
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY, road undertaken, and we feel confident old rooster’s tail and I stuck it up the half the profits of a business to it, we head up high. A writer in the New
H. KELLY,
that in a few years the change would baby’s nose and tickled him so he al­ repeat, is a dangerous experiment, it England Farmer says he has tried all
CONDUCTED BY
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
be very apparent. The present sys­ most died. It was only a little bit of precipitates a fortune u{>on the adver­ kinds of plans to cure his heifer of
tem is worse thana waste of both time feather, and I didn’t see what lie wan­ I
this bad habit, but finds none so effect­
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON,
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES. and money. The district would under ted to make such a fuss about, it for. tisers© suddenly that the chances are ual as tying the head up high, as the
even that he will not know what to do
I
this system get full value for its mon­ My mother said I ought’r be ashamed with his money.— Utica Observer.
animal must lower her head in order
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given tv all business en­
ey.
Under
the
present
system,
the
of
myself
and
1
didn
’
t
get
no
bread
on
to kick. This is a very simple remedy
HE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
trusted to my cart-.
supervisor
gets
but
a
small
amount
of
school
will
commence
about
the
end
of
my
butter
for
mo
’
n
a
week.
Oiliee opposite Court House.
O ld S aws . The Florida Agricul- and as it is less barbarous than many
August, and is divided in four sessions, work for his money. It is hard for i
One day thP Sheriff come in the turist wants additions to these old plans that have been suggested and
of ten weeks each.
him to tell what amount of either mon­ house for to collect a bill of nine dol­ saws; many of them will be found cor­ are practiced, we hope it may prove
JAMES S. HOWARD,
$40.00
Board and tuition, per term..........
ey
or labor he can rely upon, and hence lars for crockery. My father say he rect and useful. Send them on postal all that is claimed for it. We cannot
4.00
Bed and Bedding...............................
V. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR Drawing and painting.....................
8.00 he commences with patching up the “can’t pay the bill” and the Sheriff he
help renewing our advice, in this con­
cards.
15.00 roads and ends in the same manner.
Piano....................................................
say, “then I take something,”and he
FOR JACKSON,
When pigs pick up straw and run nection, in regard to a uniform prac­
5.00
Entrance fee. only once.................
This
patching
up
has
continued
now
tice of kind treatment to milch stock,
looked
around
the
room
and
see
’
d
the
about it is a sign of rain.
SELECT DAY SCHOOI
Josephine and Curry counties, Oregon.
about
long
enough,
and
we
trust
some
and
especially toward heifers when
little baby and he say, “Ah, ah’ I take
$ 0.00
When fowls begin to oil their feath­
OlUcial surveys made an«l patents obtained Primary, per term............................
breaking them to the pail. In nine
S.00 one will be found with sense enough to this,” an’ he picked up the little baby ers look out for rain.
“
...........................
al reasonable rales. Full copies of Mining Junior,
.
10.00
cases
out of ten cows get the habit of
Senior,
“
...........................
inaugurate
a
change.
It
is
urged
by
and
he
wrapped
him
up
in
a
newspa
­
Laws and liecisiuns al my oiliee m Jack­
Look for rain also when frogs begin to
I
Pupils
are
received
at
any
time,
and
spe
­
kicking
from harsh and injurious man-
sonville, Oregon.
parties w ho are opposed to the pay­ per and he takes him away to the sta­ croak very loud, smoke hangs near the
cial attention is paid to particular studies in ment of their road taxes in cash that tion house.
ground, objects look near to you, aud | agement, and last as it is always betler
behalf of children who have but limited
I to avoid an evil habit than to contract *
the
present
law
’
gives
them
hh
oppor­
Then
my
mother
she
commenced
to
time. For further particulars apply at the
swallows fly lbw.
tunity to work out their taxes; this is cry, an’ my father say, “hush, Mary
Academy.
Soap a nail to drive Into hard wood. ' it, and then run the risk ot curing it,
true, ami those who urge this as an ob­ Ann, that was all right. Don’t you
Grease a screw and it will go in easy. i so we say care should be taken that
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
THE
jection generally give but poor consid­ see how we fooled that fellow. Don’t
Sprinkle starch into a tight boot to ! cows do not learn this habit ot kicking
i from those who have them in charge.
eration for the money or labor they you see the bill for crockery was for get it on.
Oregon.
Jacksonville,
CITV DRUG STORE
should pay. There need be no provis­ nine dollars, and the little baby was
For a felon roast a sour orange, or
ion to prevent any neighbor to bid on only worth two and a half.”
C roakers .—Did you ever see them?
lime, cut a small hole and stick your
road work, and there is no necessity
I think I’d rather be a girl nor a boy finger in as hot as you can bear.
One of those devout human croakers—
JACKSONVILLE.
DAVID LIO
for those who take a contract to get I ’cause when a girl gets a whipping she
For a cold mix the juice of a sour persons who seem to be born for the
their
lalxir
outside
the
district.
It
gets
it
on
her
fingers,
but
when
a
boy
orange that has been baked with express purpose of making everybody
Keep» constantly on hand a full assortment
would
mak**
it
an
individual
en
­
gets
a
licking
he
gets
it
all
over.
HE NEW FIRM OF KAHLER A Run.
oi lurnituie, consisting of
sugar, and take a teaspoonful when uncomfortable with whom they come
have the largest and most complete terprise, and would result in the dis­
I don’t like babies very much any­ the cough is troublesome.
in contact. The only pleasure they
BEDSTEADS,
assortment of
trict getting full value for its money. how, ’cause they make so much noise.
Soles of old shoes will make hinges take is in shaking their heads tnivel-
We
should
then
get
good
roads,
and
I never knew but one quiet baby, and for light gates.
BUREAUS, TABLES,
ing about the dreadful world we live
DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS,
the
farmer
would
not
be
obliged
to
lay
he
died.
For chafe on your horse burn leath­ in. If the weather is beautiful and
GUILD MOULDINGS,
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also up his team the entire winter because
er and cover the sore spot with coal, sunny and everything in nature laughs,
the latest and finest styles of
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
A
laundress
gives
the
following
the roads are too bad for him to haul
or cover with gunpowder and vinegar they will look wise and croak, “It’s a
recipe
for
lining
up
shirt
bosoms:
Any
the
products
of
his
labor
to
market
regular weather-breeder; we shall pay
STATIONERY,
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
made into naste.
lady who desires to make home happy
after lhe first fall rains.
Mercurial ointment rubbed on a gun­ for this.” It is ^Iways too hot or too
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUH’S,
And a great variety of PERFUMES and
will do well to try the experiment. barrel will keep it from rusting.
We
have
of
late
heard
considerable
cold, too wet or too dry; nothing suits.
T< »1 LET ARTICLES, includingthe best and
It
will
be
found
a
sovereign
antidote
objection
urged
on
the
part
of
immi
­
ETC., ETC.
cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER­
To cure a child of colic rub the back They never believe in recreation of any
to
that
perilous
stuff
which
weighs
up
­
grants to our country’ to this very
SOAPS in this market.
kind. People were put in this world
gently between the shoulders.
Also Doors, Sash and Blinds always on FUMED
•tir
Prescriptions carefully compounded. want, and many, after coming here on the heart—an ill-ironed, ill-fitting
to
work; and they will harp on it un­
hand and made loonier. Planing done on
Tomato juice, or borax, aud sugar or
44
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
reasonable terms. pvr Undertaking a spe­
and going out a short distance from shirt bosom. Take two ounces of fine honey will cure thrush in children. til the very name of labor becomes dis­
cially.
town, have returned and said that they white gum arabic, powdered; put in­ Dip a rag in the mixture and let them tasteful. And then they have such a
did not desire to locate in a county so to a pitcher, and pour on a pint or suck it.
mealy-mouthed way of covering up
more
of
water,
and
then
having
cover
­
badly provided with roads, The same
TABLE ROCK SALOON.
Sugar mixed with salt, when you their meanness — groaning over the
ASHLAND, OREGON,
objection holds good in every county ed it let it stand overnight. In the have no saltpetre, will give meat a fine wickedness of the age. “No wonder
OREGON STREET,
accidents happen and sickness comes!
in lhe Slate. We know from experi- morning pour it carefully from the color.
dregs
into
a
clean
bottle,
and
cork
and
W. J. ZIMMERMAN & CO., Proprs. cnee. We have traveled over a great
A small piece of green paw’paw There must be some way to stop per­
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors.
part of the State in all seasons of the keep for use. A tablespoonful of gum boiled with meat will make it tender. sons from being so vain and lightheart­
ed.” I tell you I hate such folks. A
year, and know there is not a county water stirred in a pint of starch, made
in
the
usual
manner,
will
give
to
lawns,
right-down ugly person any one can
in
it
that
has
a
piece
of
road
that
ANUFACTURE
AND
BUILD
ALL
re-
rpHE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WELL
T
he K rupp G un .—The 56-ton get along with, but these pious croak­
.Linds
of
mill
and
mining
machinery,
M
A
?
either
white
or
printed,
a
look
of
new
­
fleets
credit
upon
it.
Take
Multno
­
X known and popular resort would in­
form their friend» and the public generally castings, thimble skeins, and irons, , brass mah county, where there are thousands ness, when nothing else can restore breech-loader, which was shown by ers—well, I hope they will finally get
and Babbitt metal. Bells cast.
Herr Krupp, at the Centennial Exhi­ to Heaven.
that a complete and tir»t-class stock of the castings
them after they have been washed.
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and Farming machinery, engines, house fronts, of dollars collected annually in the city
bition
a year ago, has been purchased
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand. stoves, sewing machines, blacksmith-work, of Portland, and she has hardly a piece
by
the
Russian government and deliv­
T he G atling G un .—This weapon of
They will be pleased to have their friends and all work wherein iron, steel or brass is road a mile in length which can be
C laimed to be a S econd C hrist .
used,
repaired.
Parties
desiring
anything
ered at Cronstadt. It fires a charged —It is generally known perhaps that
“call and smile.”
defense
in
use
by
the
troops
upon
the
said
to
be
passable
in
the
winter.
The
in our line will do well to give us a call be­
CABINET.
fore goiur: elsewhere. All work done with same can be said of all the other coun­ frontier is described as a small field steel shell of 1,222 pounds, with an there is a religious sect in Nevada
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also be found neatnes.sand dispatch at reasonable rates.
ties. We believe the present system piece, usually’ transported on a carriage initial velocity of 1,590 a second. The which is styled the Morrisites. It is
here. We would lx? pleased to have persons
Z-iT Bring on your old east iron.
has been tried long enough, and a rad­ constructed for the purpose. It has Sultan has ordered a companion piece an offshoot from Mormonism and flour­
possessing curiosities and specimens bring
ZIMMERMAN A CO.
them in, and we will place them in the Cab­
Ashland, April 8, 1876.
ical change is demanded. The farmer tour chambers or barrels, and is con­ for the defence of Constantinople. ishes to a considerable extent in Car-
inet for inspection.
is more interested in the matter of structed so as to revolve and fire a When this gun was exhibited in Phil­ son Valley of that State. The Carson
WINTJEN A HELMS.
with each revolution, It is I adelphia it was the largest breech­ valley News states that last summer
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1«74.
32tf.
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS. good roads than any one else, and any charge
change which will give him good roads charged with ball cartridge, and in an loader in the world; but Herr Krupp, an ancient pilgrim with long dishevel­
to prove that cast-steel guns ed hair and distinguishing appearance,
C alifornia S treet ,
is for his benefit. It ¡sail nonsense to open field battle may be made to do anxious
GREAT SACRIFICE!
can
be
manufactured
on a scale to vie who claimed to be the Prophet Daniel,
great execution. It is different from
Proprietor. say that it is beneficial to the farmer
S. P. JONES,
with the heaviest wrought-iron ord- I
to give him a chance to work out his a mountain howitzer in that it has nance, is now finishing at Essen an 80- preached to the Morrisites in Genoa.
—IN—
road tax. If his time is not as valua­ more than one bore, and is smaller in ton gun. This is about the weight of He informed the credulous Genoese of
one but the choicest and best ble to him on his farm as it is while he calibre, carrying a ball but little, if any,
the second coming of Christ in the per­
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars is earning his taxes on the roads, he larger than a musket, while the how­ the great Frazer gun with which the son of a child born in Walla Walla,
kept.
British engineers have been for sever­
BLACKSMITHING!
can be considered of but little import­ itzer has but one bore and is used prin­ al months experimenting at Woolwich Washington Territory. This tale of
DRINKS, 12* CENTS.
ance as a farmer. Nothing benefits a cipally for firing shells.
and Shoehuryness. It falls short of the Prophet Daniel made such an im­
' NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t farmer more than good roads to haul
pression on R. J. Livingston, an old
in our line
‘s ALLOUR MERCHANTS ARESELL- i o*y- Families needing
N ice old lady with spectacles and a the 100-ton Armstrong guns which are resident of Genoa, that he recently
v anything
.
his
products
to
market
over,
and
the
always be supplied with the purest and
being manufactured for the Italian
mg out at cost and freight, we are ready I can
liest
to be found on the Coast. Give me a present system has proved such a pos­ hand-bag, gingham frock and a sun navy. The Prussian gun-maker is sold his property and has left for Walla
to do blacksmithing at cos» and freight, but
itive and complete failure, we hope umbrella. Scene, Sutter Street Rail­ not to be outdone; he is ‘ willing to Walla that he may hereafter live and
must have the cash when the work is com­ I call, and you will l>e well satisfied.
pleted. Shop on the corner of California
some change in the law will be made. road. Enter spruce young lady, bon­ make a 124-ton breech-loader if some die near Christ. It appears that Liv­
*
net on the back of her chignon, six-
and Main streets.
ingston is not the only one in Carson
LOYAL W. CARTER, •
SHANNON A BIRDSEY.
button kid gloves, pull-back very nation giveshim a chance. According valley who is infatuated with his belief,
I
F ruit S tains .—To remove fruit
I
tightly pulled. Old l|dy
lad makes room; to the London Times, the projectile for recently a great exodus from here
PAINTER,
LAGER! LAGER!!
staiiw let the spotted part of the cloth young
lady managel w sit down side- which such a gun would discharge
Jacksonville,
:
:
;
Oregon. imbibe a little water without dipping ways, just on the edge of the seat; would weigh about a ton; the charge to Washington Territory has taken
it, and hold the part over two or three great strain on jthe harness. Old lady of powder would be atiout 50n pounds, place. All of them say they want to
lighted brimstone matches at a prop­ sympathetic, looks at the young wo­ and the weight of the carriage would live and die near this new Christ.
TAKE
THIS
OPPORTUNITY
,
__________
OF I er
distance. The sulphurous gas man full of compassion: “Biles, I sup­ be 62 tons. These big guns are enor­
inform’
1 informing
the public that I am now which is discharged soon causes
People should be very careful in this
the pose; I have had ’em thar.” Young mously expensive. The80-ton breech­
|1HE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER, prepared to do all kinds of House, Wagon,
warm weather not to drink ice water
Painting. s(>ots to disappear.
loader costs $100,000; the 124-ton when overheated, as it is a promoter
* 1 has now on hand and is constantly man­ Carriage, Sign and Ornamental Painting,
woman*
scornfully
indignant.
Bell
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern Calcimining. etc. All work executed with
rings; car stops. Old lady surprised, gun cannot be made for less than $167- of cramps, convulsions and cemeteries.
Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to neatness and dispatch at reasonable rates.
A
Y
ankee
editor,
putting
air-tight
Orders from the country promptly attended
wipes her glasses and says: “Sensitive, 500. Herr Krupp is supplying the Lager beer, however, may be winked at.
suit purchasers. Call ami test the article.
to.
I-OYAT. W. CARTVR
coffins, said: “No person, after having poor thing!”— Argonaut.
Russian government with a number of
XT Al 1*S, Ropes, Carpenters’ and Wagon I
tried
one
of
these
air-tight
coffins,
will
I 1-ineh steel breech-loaders, weighing There is a report of a discovery of tin in
i\ Maker’s Tools for sale by
FULL line of shelf and heavv hardware
ever
use
any
other.
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. 27 * tons each.
S ubscribe for the T imes .
Baker county.
JOHN MILLER.
1or sale by
JOHN MILLER.
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