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IH ÌKM HA ITI' POLICY
GENERAL NOTEN AND NEWS.
Sidney Dell has retired from the editorial
The policy of the Democratic party
control ot the Standard.
Official Paper for Jackson, Josephine & Lake. ' in Oregon is plain. It has six months
It is reported that Joyce, the only mem
now, before the stirrings of the next
ot the whisky ring now In jail, will soon
AUGUST S, 1877. elect ¡or, within which to draw into its
EHI DA Y
folds thousands of good citizens who j It is expected that the wheat crop of Ore-
MK. H u KTOX’A 1 IMrjl'O.ORKWOS.
are only separated from it by the thin ■ goqJ|iis year will be at least 25 per cent.
THAT THE STORE OF
• greater than ever before.
The late Senatorial investigation was gauze of annnift The times are ripe
The New York Tribune remarks: Packard
evidently chosen as an excellent oppor for our success, says the Standard, if and Pitkin are said by the Democrats to be
tunity by Senator Norton to fix mat we shall only observe the proper con , at the bottom of the Louisiana indictments.
ters a mite for his Oregon compatriots duct towards the large class of inde | The Chicago Inter-Ocean, a radical Re
(Formerly known as Glenn’s Store, on C alifornia S t .,)
in the ensuing June election. He is pendent voters who hol«I the balance publican sheet, thinks Packard superior to
an experienced and adroit politician, of power. Men are led by their reason Chamberlain, and that Haves doesn’t hold *
candle to either of them.
CONTAINS A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
a very bitter and unscrupulous parti and judgment and not by chicanery,
The Cosmopolitan hotel, at Portland, waa
san, and loses no inducement to do his j There has begun to formulate in the totally destroyed by fire early last Satur
j popular mind the great truth that the day morning. Two or three lives were lost.
party service whenever he can.
Mr. Morton’s visit to California af principles on which the Radical party I The firo was accidental. ‘Loss $15,COO, part-
firms what we say of him without has been run for the past ten years are i ly insured.
lion. A. J. Dufur has been selected to
further illustration. Last Fall a Com subversive of our free institutions.
[ make the annual address before the State
mission, of which he was chairman, I The people begin to see clearly that j Agricultural Society at the State Fair next
was improvised to investigate the ■ the old issues of slavery, and the Un- I October. A better selection could not have
Chinese question at San Francisco. ion, and everything of good in the Ile- been made.
Senator Ransom of North Carolina de-
Of course, as far as the investigation publican party, have passed away,
that the old line Whig, with a Repub
was itself concerned, it proved almost leaving nothing but the hulk of Radi
A ND A GENERAL VARIETY OF ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION,
lican label, can’t l>e found in his State or Our Stock Must be Sold !
ts broad a farce as the Grover inquisi calism with its corruption and its rapid , anywhere else in the South, and predicts
/X which lie offers to the public at tho
tion; but then it afforded a magnifi absorption of all power into the central that the South will bo solidly Democratic
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
cent opportunity for arranging matter? government. They have found that ‘ for 25years at least.
The Albany Democrat learns that the
for the approaching Presidential elec the rebound from succession has been
Higby has secreted himself in an
tion, in which he was so successful entirely too far in the opposite direc j obscure corner of Benton county. It is not
that California, instead of giving 5,000 tion, and that the Union of the States i probable he will ever go back to take up his rUIIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING CON-
1 eluded to sell their entire stock of mer
majority for Tilden, as she would have is most seriously threatened in this residence at Corvallis. A gentleman who chandise and close out business, now offer
done <m a legitimate vote, went for new quarter. The great Democratic frequently visits that city wants to see him. for sale lor CASH or its equivalent, at
Wheeler—Wheeler, the name sounds fa
Hayes by near 3,000. The number of people’s party is now the stay of their
gtajr The HIGHEST PRICES paid for WOOL, HIDES and PRODUCE.
eh ! yes, we believe that there is a
ballots cast was swelled out of all pro liberties, and those who once believed Vice President that answers to it, doesn’t SAW FRANCISCO COST!
portions, giving undoubted evidence in its principles are just ready to re believe in tho recent civil service order, and
a large stock of Dry and Fancy Goods,
of Republican chicanery, which Mor
Clothing, Bootsand Shoes, Hats, Groceries,
U.S. LAND OFFICE,
Crockery and Glassware, etc., etc.
ton was conning enough to practice
To convince the public that we mean bus
open our gates for their admission. thing to smashing the Government.
VTOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J.
and succeed in getting away with.
iness wo quote the prices of a few staple ar
Hamilton S. Wicks and E. Conklin, Esq.,
B. Desselles and James Connell, whose
As we have said before, Mr. Morton In every county there should be called ; gentlemen connected with Frank Leslie's ticles as an illustration :
Postoflice address is Kerbyville, Oregon,
have made application for patent for gold
has doubtless done what he could to mass meetings of the people under illustrated journals, are making an exten
mining claims, being joined on the
as-ist Mitvhipple and his party in car Democratic auspices in which all who sive tour ot the Pacific Coast, including Ore GREAT REDUCTIONS :
North. East, South and West bv unsur-
veved lands, situated in Waldo Mining Dis
rying tiie State next June. We can have now no real differences in opin gon, Washington and Idaho Territories,
trict, Josephine county, Oregon, and desig
and will write up and sketch the various ob 14 yards of standard prints................
not blame him particularly for that, only ion should come together and com
nated as lots Nos. 38 and ¿9, and the same
White Rock and Lownsdale
jects of general interest and importance.
are respectively bounded and described as
wishing that it was in a more worthy cause mence anew the old relations of com
Muslins.................................... I21^c. per yard
The evidence given in the Grover investi Dress Linen................................ 33J^c.
and done in an honorable manner.
mon devotion to good government
Beginning at a post set South 17.00 chains
His conduct in the Senatorial investiga which was interrupted by the unfortu
and West 17.65 chains from ,*< section corn
tion was surprising to those who supposed nate complications of our great civil i paid out by John Kelly, Radical Custcm Best Brands of Teas............... 50c. per pound
er post on South line of section 34, in town
ship 40 S., range 8 West; thence South 7.00
t« tind in him a dignified and impartial in war.
Let the dead past bury itself and House officer at Portland, to pay the per Costa Ricn Coffee...................... 25c.
chains to post No. 2 ; thence West 20.00
vestigator. The greatest of acrimony and let the Democratic people take charge jurer Stiles' board bills, and possibly his
And all other articles at corresponding
to post No. 3 ; thence North 7.00
unnatural persecution characterized him of the movement for purifying our railroad fare; and all the money that was low rates.
chains to post No. 4 ; thence East 20.00
throughout, evincing a desire to convict government and bringing back the •‘thrown in sight” to influence a vote for themselves of this opportunity of securing
chains to the place of beginning—Contain
ing 14 acres.
Mr. Groverat all hazards. We also hear good old Ship of State to the safe an Senator was in the hands of One Arm bargains before it is too late.
Starting again from a post set at the edgo
FISHER A CARO.
it stated on very good authority that several, chorage of the Fathers. These assem
of the water of Illinois river, lielow Scotch
if not all of the witnesses for the prosecution,
Gulch; thence North 66° 30' W.3.O0 chains
blies should not be only of the politi steadfast to J. W. Nesmith.
were interviewed privately by him, and
to corner No. 2; thence South 23° 30' W.
cians but of the people.
15.70 chains to North line of claim No. 38 ;
In giving a list of the States in which elec
SIXTY DAYS' SALE!
Come and See and be Convinced
Fisher & Caro’s.
SELLING CUT ar.d NO HUMBUG BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, GROCERIES,
LADIES’ FANCY GOODS,
LADIES' MISSES' & CHILDREN’S HATS trimmed by Mrs. Brentano
A FINE STOCK & LOW PRICES
can quote a case if necessary. Such trans
actions as these are certainly unbecoming
of any one holding high position and
professing worthiness ot that station.
Now, that he has ignominiously failed in
finding Mr. (»rover guilty and creating
Custom Housecapital.it is ditlieult to sur
mise what Mortonian device will be sprung
upon us benighted Oregonians at our next
electiou. Republican leaders of this State
are capable of perpet rating whatever he
may suggest, be it ever so desperate, dis
honest and cowardly. Republican success
is equivalent to the triumph of Mitchipple
and his legions, and they will leave nothing
undone to secure it. We must therefore
wait in patience for further developments.
tions are to be held this Fall, the New York
Herald says: ‘‘Of the whole list of twenty-
General Howard has just issued the one States it will be seen that the Republi
' following congratulatory field order cans are certain ot only five, the Democrats
are certain of nice, and seven others are
from his headquarters in the field:
doubtful, with the chances at this tune, in
C amp M acbeth , K amia , 1. T.—The Gen
eral commanding has not had time since the most ot them, in favor of the Democrats.”
battles of the 11th and 12th inst. on the This from a paper that printed an obituary
South Fork of the Clearwater, on account of notice of the Democratic party only a few
the constancy of the pursuit, to express to days ago is remarkably good.
the troops engaged his intense satisfaction
Deer Lodge, July 29th.—A letter from
with the tireless energy of aflicers and men
that enabled them to concentrate at the right Gov. Pot's says that Joseph’s band passed
tune and place; with the promptitude of the Captain Pawn's intrench merits yesterday,
first assault; the following up of the first ad
vantage a mile and a half, with incredible late in the afternoon, within gun-shot. Not
speed; with the quickness to obey orders— a gun was fired at them, the Indians going
sometimes to anticipate—which prevented out by the head of Bitter Root and Big
the first flanking charge of the Indians from
being successful; then the persistency of un Hole. They are about 400 hundred strong,
covering their barricades and other obsta and well armed. The companies from
and clearing ravines, both by open Butte are ordered back to Deer Lodge. Sec
I<»wa Republicanism is in a superb cles
charges and gradual approaches under con retary Mills says he will have 300 men in
muddle. Ti e candidate for Governor stant lire, making an engagement of unusu
obstinacy of seven hours’hard lighting. Big Hole valley by noon to-morrow. Vol
is a wholesale dealer, and the platform al
Also, his satisfaction with the remaining in unteers are leaving town by all kinds of
he stands on favors prohibition. The a ditlieult position and intrenching a long conveyances for the Rig Hole basin.
line at night, while fatigued and almost
convention favored inflation, but the without food and water, till the afternoon of
Pullman Pnlnlial Hotel Carr. ,
Legislative ticket to be chosen is ex the second day, when the infantry and cav
alry ot the command cheerfully fhi lined out
These celebrated Hotel Dining
pected to re-elect Senator Allison with their lines .so as to cover two miles and a
out opposition, and Mr. Allison is an battalion to turn the enemy’s right and en Cars are now running rpgularly be
avowed bard-money man. An anti- able an approaching train with its escort to tween Chicago and Omaha, on the
in safely; then, turning briskly upon
llayes Republican introduced a Haye? come
the foe, the artillery battalion, by a* vigor California Express Trains of the Chi
resolution in the convention for the ous assault sent him in contusion from his cago & North-Western Railway. West
works and commenced the pursuit, in which
purpose of having it voted down, and all the troops, including the new arrivals, bound, they leave Chicago daily, ex
engaged. All pressed through cept Sunday, (and on every third Sun
succeeded in his effort, yet the party immediately
the ravines, over the roads and down the
expects to carry the State by 50,000 almost impassable mountain side to the day) from the Wells street depot, at
and alter this the crossing, the taking 10:30 a . M , and arrive at Omaha, next
majority. This curious conception river;
possession ot the Indian's camp, abandoned
*>f what a platform is for explains the I and tilled with their supplies and sur morning. East bound, they leave the
rounded by their caches, causing the Indi
inability of the Iowa Republicans to ans to fly over the hills in great disorder. Transfer depot, opposite Omaha at
understand why Mr. Hayes is trying The battle, with its incidents, is one that 5:15 p. M., daily, except Saturday,
will enter into history. Its results, imme
to obey the one he was elected on.
diate and remote, will surely bring perma (and on every third Saturday) and
nent peace to the Northwest. So that it is reach Chicago the next afternoon.
with great satisfaction the Genoial can say
Tiie fruubles Eliding.
that not one officer or soldier that came un other road west of Chicago runs these
der his eye on that held tailed to do his duty,
The strike in thu East is coming to and more gallant conduct he never witnessed celebrated Pullman Hotel Cars or any
an end, and ere long everything will in battle. The General feels deeply the form of Hotel Cars.
losses of the killed, and sympathizes hearti
doubtless lie quiet and matters pro ly with the wounded, and unites with their
On tlie Wane.
in their anxiety and sorrow. He
gressing as formerly. This uprising friends
mentions no one by narfio in his order,
The report of the National Grange,
of laborers cannot be called a success, hoping to do ample justice to individuals
after lull reports shall be received. The
nor yet a failure. State aid and, in command is indebted to the officers of the which recently met at Chicago, shows i
a large decrease in the membership of
enure cases, even the assistance of the staff tor their indefatigable work previous to
and during the engagements.
the organization. In eighteen States,
U. S. troops has been invoked, to
which is principally due the quieting
of the frenzied strikers. In several in
stances they have gone to work at old
rates, thus far attaining the object for
which they strove. To say the least,
it was an unwise and lamentable affair,
whoever may be to blame. We trust
we may never be called upon to chron
icle a similar event.
Murton at Salem.
representing every section of thecoun-
try, over 6,000 granges have ceased to
exist and membership has fallen off
180,000 since the report for 1875 was
made. In Illinois, while the granges
decreased from 354 to 320, the mem
bership increased from 11,713 to 16,-
184. In Missouri 974 granges with a
membership of 45,526 report from
1876 against 2,034 granges with80,050
members in 1875.
Senator Morton made a pclitlcal
speech at Salem last Friday. There j
was nothing remarkable in it, except
that he does not seem to realize that
his President, Mr. Hayes, has effect
ually buried the remnants of the bloody i
shirt, as the Senator flaunted the en- '
sanguined garment with all the acri- ■
mony that characterized him ten years ;
The Keturniug Hoard Indictment.
ago. He was wonderfully reticent on
Going Hack ou It.
It appears that lhegrand jury which the Senatorial investigation, and not
presented the indictment against the
Mr. Hayes’ proclamation prohibiting
Louisiana returning board could not
Federal officials from actively partici
have been influenced by partisan mo
patingin politics was a veritable bomb
It is intensely agonizing this op
tives, as only four of the sixteen mem
shell in Radical ranks. The Republi
bers were Democrats, and nearly ull of
can fight being almost solely made by
temporary laboring through nearly
the witnesses whose testimony was
these individuals, and the enforcement
two columns and come to theconclu«ion
heard were not only Republicans but
of such an order would so impair the
that the causes of the impending strike
Republican election and registration
organization of that party, that Haye?
in the East are the reform measures of
officers, who were privy to all the se
ha? been forced to hack down from his
the last Democratic Congress. After
cret proceedings of the board. Ex
original position and moAify the
such a brilliant idea we next expect
actly where the political persecution
sweeping character of his pronuncia-
to suggest that the Mexican dep- j
comes in it would be difficult under him
redations are the fruits of the Hilton- mento to such an extent that it vir
these circumstances to determine. Seligman imbroglio and attempt to tually amounts Io little, perhaps to be
“Leinoguilty man escape.” ‘
I elucid. te this proposition.
■ lost sight of entirely in a short time.
J. S. HOWARD'S STORE
All persons knowing themselves indebted
by either note or book account are hereby
notified to settle by September 1st next, or
their accounts will be placed in the hands
of our attorney for forced collection.
Those interested will please take notice.
Jacksonville, July 14, 1877.
F. & C.
Oregon Chapter No. I, R. A. M„
Holds its regular meetings monthly on
Tuesday evenings of or preceding each full
moon, at 7’i o’clock. Companions in good
standing are invited.
J. R. N. BELL, High Priest.
M ax M uller , Secretary.
Oregonian Porahontsis Tribe No. 1. Im-
proved order of Red Men, holds its
SuKev* stated councils at the Red Men's
Hall the third sun in every sewn suns, in
the eighth run. A cordial invitation to all
brothers in good standing.
IL K. HANNA, Sachem.
T. A. DAVIS.
thence East 1.48 chains to N. E. corner of
claim No. 3? ; thence South 66° 30' 1 1.52
to post No. 4 ; thence N«rth ¿3° 30'
E. 2.50 chains to starting point, contain-
ing 5.00 acres, Agg rogate acres 19, in said
The said claims were acquired by said ap
plicants liy location aud purchase and the
same are now known as the Scotch Gulch
All adverse claims must be filed in the U-
S. Land < Mlice at Roseburg, Oregon, before
the expiration of the sixty days of the pub
lication of this notice, to have standing in
tins office and at the General Land Oflice.
It is hereby ordered that the above notice
be published for sixty days in the D e . mo -
i ratic T imes , a weekly newspaper, pub
lished in Jacksonville, (iregon.
Given under my hand this, 20th day of
F. K. ARNOLD.
WM. R. WILLIS, Register.
T. A. DAVIS & CO •»
JolIS ClMBORSKY, C. Of R.
W HOLES A L E I) R U G GIST S,
Warren Lodge No. 10, A. F. & A. M.,
THE EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
U°bls its regular communications
/ ▼ N on the Wednesday evenings or pre
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore
C. C. BEEKMAN, W. M.
M ax M uller , Sec’y.
71 FRONT STREET
HARDWARE, TINWARE, ETC.,
Jiicksonville Lodge No. 10, 1.0.0. F.,
Holds its regular meetings every
Saturday evening at the Odd Fel-
ow’s Hall. Brothers in good standing are
invited to attend.
JOHN MILLER, N. G.
J. II. P enn , Rec. Sec’y.
IUE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
'V a complete stock of
WILL BE SOLD AT
Jacksonville Stamm No. 118, F. 0. R. M.,
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
Holds its regular meetings every Thursday
evening at the Odd Fellows’ Hall. Brothers
in good standing are invited to attend.
E. JACOBS, O. C.
M ax M iller , R. S.
GL A SSWARE, WINDOW GLASS,
Ruth Rebekah Degree Lodge No. I, I. 0. 0. F.,
PAINTS, OILS AND
THE BILGER ESTATE,
Holds its regular meetings on every other
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
Members in good-standing are invited to
JOHN MILLER, N. G.
R achel F ish eh , R. S.
FOR CASH ONLY.
WHERE IS ON HAND A VERY LARGE
PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY RIND, NAIRS,
horse - shoes ,
IRON AND STEEL,
LIIRRIGATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
As also everything usually kept in the store.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions ot youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE
OF CHARGE. This great remedy was dis
covered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rev
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, Bible House,
LIVE AND LET LIVE !
THE EAGLE MILL.
T.^T Sole Agents for Oregon for the cele
brated CARBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which
The agency of the Rubber Paint still
kills Ticks. Lice and all parasites on sheep, continues.
and is : a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
Manufacturing done as heretofore.
foot rot Circular sent on application.
C. W. KAHLER, Administrator.
NE W TAILOR SHOP! JOHN L. CARTER Ac SON.
A . M A R K S,
pE( 1ENTLY OF SAN FRANCISCO, HAS
a Tailor shop in Masonic Build
ing, (opposite the Postoffice), where he is
prepared to execute all work in his line in
a workmanlike manner, from the cleaning
of clothes to the
1</E ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
11 all kinds of Painting, including
ITUATED FIFTEEN MILES SOUTH
Manufacture of Complete New Suits’
ot Jacksonville, and half a mile north
ORNAM ENTAL PA INTING,
of Ashland, Is prepared to do general Cus A good stock of all kinds of Gents’ Trim
tom and Exchange Business.
mings will be kept on hand. Persons de WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAlNTlN’ti.
I siring to make up their own goods can have
Flour and Feed al the
the same cut to order. Samples of goods
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING OONE.
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
kept from which suits can bo ordered and
Orders from the country promptly attend
Thirty-six pounds of flour, fwo pounds
Jacksonville, June 23, 1877.
of shorts and eight pounds of bran given per
bushel of good wheat. Wil! sack and brand
the sacks—customers furnishing the sacks. New Boot and Shoe Store,
TO THE PUBLIC
My brother, G. F. Billings, will have
charge of tho business, being assisted by
C alifornia S treet , •
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
I all persons traveling anil crossing tho
jAc Everything as represented or no sale.
Oregon. bridge on Rogue river, at Rock Point, that
MRS. S. E. FARNHAM.
Jackson county is in no wise responsible for
any accident or loss that may be sustained
LAND FOR SAIÆ.
while crossing said bridge, as the same ia
aving permanentla ' located not standing upon any public highway.
in Jacksonville, tho uncflTsigned re-
Published by order of the County Court,
spectfully informs the public that he this
is 9th" day of April, 1877.
rilHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS for prepared to do all kinds of work in the boot
E. D. FOUDRAY, Clerk.
X sale 240 acres of choice agricultural land, and shoe making line. Satisfaction gun ran-
175 acres under fence, situated in Josephine
JAIN'IX (patents cr other,) Oils, Var
county, Oregon. For information, enquire
nishes, shell«*. Window (»lass, Emery,
of John Bolt, Applegate, or at the residence
ORSE, Paint,Sash.Scrubbingand Black- ' Borax, etc., for sale in endless quantities by
LA FAYETTE ALLEN.
ening Brushes at JOHN MILLER’S. '