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Published Every Saturday Morning By
K Al'ES OF A UVEI ITISI NG.
CHAS. NICK ELI
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
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MOICTOVS (IPIMOV OF OREGON.
Judge Jerry S. Black’s article, pub
lished in the North American Review,
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
entitled “The Electoral Conspiracy,”
been widely commented upon by
F A 'N’ C V GOODS, has
the press. It is a scathing article, and
Will practice in all the Courts of the State. I
has told heavily upon the corrupt lead
Otlice tn Orth’s building—up-stairs.
BOYS* and GIRLS'
ers of the Radical party who were di
rectly concerned in the conspiracy to
James Spence, M. D.,
R E A D Y - M A I) E CLOT 111 NG, steal the Presidency. Below we give
an extract which will give an idea of
HOM E O P A T li I C P H Y S I C I A N .
its general tenor:
Pilo ro«.K t i’ll u
II e C ame B ack .—A story is told of
ex-Governor Duval of Florida, which
will never wear out. Hi? was the son
of a “poor white” in Virginia, a stern,
strange, taciturn man, the boy a huge
growth of fifteen. At thecabin fire,
at bed-time, according to the custom
of putting on a back-log, the old man
said, between whiffs of bis silent pipe,
“Tab, (the boy’s nickname) go out and
bring in that gum back-log and put it
on the fire.” Tab went out and sur
veyed the log. lie knew it was no
use explaining that it was too heavy,
nor prudent fir him to return without
having it on his shoulders. His little
sister passing, was not surprised that
he requested her to bring him out the
gun and powder-horn, as a ’possum or
coon might have passed, or the brother
have seen bear signs. She brought
the gun and Tab started. He found
his way through the woods into Ken
tucky—this was about 1791—whence,
some years after, he was elected to
Congress. After an absence of eight
years, now a man of immense size and
strength, long given up as slain by a
bear, lie started for Washington by
the way of his old home, to see the
folks, Entering tho little cabin-\aid
near bed-time lie saw the identical
gum log. lie shouldered it, pulled
tho latch-string, and with his Io id
stood before tho old man, pipe in
mouth and quite as usual. “Here is
the gum back-log, father!” “Better late
than never—put it on the tire and go
to bed,” was the reply.
The following is an extract from
The progress made in photography
Senator Morton’s speech at Salem on
is something remarkable. There is
the 25th ult.:
a branch of industry or a de
“I may say that the general impres
of science in which it has not
sion is that Oregon has but a small
amount of territory or area susceptible served a useful and important purpose.
to cultivation; that it is composed of Muybridge, the United States photog
almost inexhaustible forests, out of rapher, has accomplished the wonder
which they could with difficulty make ful feat of photographing Occident, Le
farms, or of rugged, precipitous moun- 1 land Stanford’s California wonder,while
tains, or broad alkaline plains. It is trotting at a gait of 2:27. Three years
BOOTS and SHOES,
not generally understood that there is ago Mr. Muybridge was commissioned
THE ELECTORAL CONSPIRACY.
“Thou hast it now. King, Cadwer, Glamis, a large part of this State susceptible of By Mr. Stanford to photograph his fa-
Horne a Ranch, near Kerbyville.
cultivation, fruitful to a high degree, 1 vorite horse while trotting at full speed,
GRt 'CERIES, BEDSTEA DR d CHA 1RS, As the all,
and that there are great natural re-I the object being to determine the ani-
G. H. AIKEN, M. D..
L'hou play’dst most foully for’t.”
T li'ivn lioco fliirnrifipd at I mat
tDftl ’s gait.
P was at that time consid
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
¡Since the first formation of what sources. I have been surprised at
Muybridge a hopeless un
what I have seen, at what I have
Washington called “our happy system
dertaking and he thus expressed him
of government,” no event not accom heard. I have seen some portions of
your State exceedingly fruitful and self. During a visit subsequently made
panied with violence or war has excit
to Central America in the interest of
Office—One door west of the W. U. Tele
ed a feeling so intense as the act of productive. I also saw that there
the Government, he had occasion to
“counting in Hayes.” But the public
make a series of experiments in photo
men ot the country, and the people tion. and I believe you have a future
graphing scenes on shore from the deck
H. K. HANNA.
generally, are far from being agreed of one of the greatest States in the
of a rolling vessel. These experiments
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
about its character or its probable effect
rail to I’uget Sound, the most beauti resulted i» tho construction of an ap
At E. Jacob's New Store, in the future.
paratus and the preparation of chemi
Democrats, who knew Mr. Tilden to ful sheet of water I have ever seen,
so as to permit the photographing
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Orth's Brick Building. Jacksonville.
be elected by an overwhelming major and I believe the most beautiful in the in outline of a rapidly moving body.
Prompt attention given to all business left
ity, both of the popular vote and of the world. The wild river scenery of the
According to a careful estimate made
in uiy care.
electors duly appointed, were trans, Columbia is unrivaled in this country.
Otlice in Orth’s Brick Building—upstairs.
by Mr. Muybridge, the plate on which
ported with passionate indignation I have never been down the Rhine,
the negative of the moving horse was
4 LT, OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD when they saw his defeated competi
C. W. KAHLEK.
E. B. WATSON.
was exposed only one-thousandth
/\ at the very lowest rates. If von don’t tor lilted over his head ny a series of lions I have read it will compare with
KAHLER & WATSON,
part of a second. The driver, James
believe me, call and ascertain prices for
manœuvres which they thought alike the Columbia river, And you already
Tennant, is prepared, Mr. Muybridge
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, yourselves. No humbug !
All kinds ot produce and hides taken in incompatible with honesty and law.
commerce. When the obstructions of affirms, to make affidavit as to the I
gait at which tho horse was trotting.
press, from the rostrum and in the the Snake river and the Columbia have
negative shows thp sharp outlines
Will practice in the Supreme, District aud
halls of Congress, the charge of base
The great of the animal, the driver, whip and
other Courts ol this Stale.
and unmitigated fraud was thundered system of river commerce,
Ollice on Thud street.
need, which you un- front spokes of the wheels ; the hind II
the ear of the world. Some, who
T he A nonymous A ssassin .—No
ST MARY'S ACADEMY, into
derstand perfectly, is a railroad con spokes traveling faster are blurred community is safe that has an as>a—in
Many of the details are al-o included
tion or reproach, were bowed down nection with the East. Direct rail
of this kind in their midst. He is a
Hie negative, although the greater
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
with shame at the thought that their road connection across the continent,
coward of the worst type, and his vic
making your State easy of access, number had to be filled in in retouch- tims are generally selected from
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES.
a rush of population, and ing. It is Mr. Stanford’s desire to
electing a ruler for themselves had would bring i'
among the most oure ami refined, and
accumulation of wealth : have a series of photographs taken of
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
been taken out of their hands by a I believe, an
his charges or innuendos cannot always
Prompt alleluiali given to all business en
he scholastic year of this trick, and transferred to a set of low unsurpassed, only equaled by that of the horse while in rapid motion to il be refuted.
Many a Happy hoi»<eh >ld
ti usied to my care.
lustrate the position of the animal’s
school will commence about the end of
jfc«' Ollice opposite Court House.
August, and is divided in four sessions, I conspirators, whom they could not that railroad will be built. I have no feet, as he entertains a theory concern lias been broken up by the cowardly
writings of ¡ hi irresponsible, dastardly*
I help but hold in utter detestation.
often weeks each.
ing the subject very different to tho
JAMES S. HOWARD,
...?40.00 that once ennobled the nation seemed
villain, who'lares not sign his name to
Board and tuition, per term
This first photograph of
... 4.00 I to be buried in this deep grave dug by ever, for years, until your hearts grow popular idea.
Bed and Bedding...................
his letters. He generally writes upon
V. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR Drawing and painting..........
... 8.00 I
sick, perhaps, until many of you have Occident in motion upholds Mr. Stan scraps of paper picked up at odd places
pa-sed away, hut I think it is sure to ford’s theory, and proves that a trot so that he cannot he traced. If found,
... 5.00 the Electoral Commission.
Entrance fee. only once................
ting horse’s fore leg is perfectly
But the voice of lamentation proves come, and in time these great improve
an anonymous letter writer should bo
SELECT PAY Si’HOOI
when the shoe strikes on the
Josephine and Curry counties, Oregon.
nothing; neither does the wrath which
hung to the first tree without even a
Olhcial surveys made and patents obtained Primary, per term
When Mr. Muybridge’s com
.. 8.00 ••cleaves the general ear with horrid tonished to learn the character of the ground.
hearing in Judge Lynch’s court.
al reasonable rates. Full copies of Mining Junior,
mission shall have been finished it is
Laws and Decisions al my ollice in Jack Senior.
speech;” for lx>th are the natural utter country beyond the Snake river, and
During the past few days an assassin
Pupils are received at any time, and spe
understood to be Mr. Stanford’s in
of this kind has been al work in Salem
cial attention is paid to particular studies in ances of a defeated party, especially
tention to publish his views in an
behalf of children who have but limited when the defeats come unexpectedly, ritory and of Oregon. There is a vast
and vicinity. One attempt at suicide
WM. M. STEWAKT.
of productive country there, Eastern turf journal, with engravings and several threatened divorce cases
WM. F. HERRIN.
of the photographs. »S'. T\ Bulletin,
are already the result of his doings.
not foreseen. There isauodier side to which, when brought into cultivation,
will make homes for millions, and can August \th.
Well-known honorable men’s wives
STEWART, VAN CLIEF & HERRIN,
'¡'he men who did this deed will not
have received letters hinting of infi
The “slow figli t-
S low but S urf
ATT< > KN E YS-AT- LA XV,
admit it to be wrong or let judgment such grain fields in the valley of the
delity on the parts of their liege lords.
CITY DRUG STORE, of condemnation go by default. Some Walla Walla as I have never before er” was a tall, rainbowed specimen of Ladies of unimpeachable standing in
I lie l’ike county breed, and when he
Rooms *1, 21.2612" JkL’rrcry's New Building.
misgivings there may have been here seen, and I am told you have in Oregon
society have been slandered to their
arrived in the mining camp the boys
and there; but nearly all zealous Re what is quite equal to the Walla
husbands and friends without the
No. 310 Pine St., San Francisco
began to have fun with him—to “mill
publicans saw it with unobserved ap-
slightest foundation in fact. Should
probation. Not only the herd of low THE GREAT WANT OF THE COUNTRY. him” as they call it in the parlance of it continue, certain suspected jiersons
rpiIF. NEW FIRM OF KAHLER A B ro . politicians, who always ramp ami
will be closely shadowed, and woe be it
There is I feel a great future before
1 have the largest and most complete
He stood it for a long time with
swear and bluster on the winning side, you. What Oregon needs is to tie well
to them if caught in the act. His life
perfect equanimity, until finally one of
would not be worth the price of a short,
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS, character heard the announcement with resources and character made known the party dared him out of doors to strong cord.
In the mean time we say to those
to the people of the United States.
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also
He went. When they got ready
are receiving those letters to re
You are far away in the northwest cor.
the latest and finest styles of
squared off, Pike county stretched
The decision was ner of the Union. It is a long journey
ceive them without giving them a
out his long neck and presented the
passing thought,but only consider them
hailed by Christian statesmen with to come here, and it is one that ordi
tip of his long noso temptingly close the emanations of a foul, depraved vil
narily strikes the imagination of the
And a great variety of PERFUMES and
Keeps constantly on hand a lull assortment TOILET ARTICLES, including the best and j 4th of March, pious Republicans as- people with dread. Those who came I to his tormentor.
lain.— Salem Record.
“I’m a little slow,” he said, “and
ol mrniture, consisting of
cheapest assortment of COM MON and PER ■ sembled themselves together in pray across the plains in the earlier or later
can’t tight unless I’m well riled ; just
FUMED SOARS in this market.
T he W ool C rop .—The wool clip of
Prescriptions carefully compounded. er-meetings, and simultaneously sent years were men of uncommon resolu paste me one—a good ’un—right on
United States for 1876 was about
the end of that smeller.”
! tions that God would bless the Return j hardships and able to surmount all
2()0,000,u()0 pounds; of England, Ire
His request was complied with.
ing Boards and the Electoral Commis 1 kinds of difficulties. But such men
land and Scotland, about 162,000,000,
“That’s a good ’un,” he said, calmly,
mostly combings; of the continent of
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
and prosper the pseudo President j pie are not willing to encounter tbe®e
Europe, about 463,000,000; of Austral
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
whom they had placed in power. ; hardships. They do not see the in turning the side of his head to his ad asia, about 350,000,000; of Buenos
versary — “please chug me another
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
Elsewhere the party demonstrated its ducements to make such long jour
Ayres and River La Plata, about 207,-
lively one under the ear !”
W. J. ZIMMERMAN & CO., Propre. pleasure by the firing of a large num
neys, to endure such great difficulties,
000,000 pounds. These are the prin
The astonished adversary again
ber of great guns. In some places the j But when communication is made
cipal wool-growing countries of the
complied, whereupon Pike county, re
Also Doors, Sash and Blinds always on
admiring people gathered in gay and I cheap and easy, and it requires tint a
world, and produce 1,382,000,000 out
hand and made to order, Planing done on 1\ MANUFACTURE AND BUILD ALL
marking that he was “not quite as
the estimated 1,419,000,000 pro
reasonable terms, /.-v Undertaking a spe Al kinds of mill and mining machinery,
well riled as he would like to be, hut
on the entire globe. The sell
castings, thimble skeins, and irons, brass
castings and Babbitt metal. Bells cast. jority. While Bradley and Kellogg, | great influx of wealth and growth as do the best he could,” sailed into the ing value of the total clip would prob-
crowd, and for the next ten days the
Farming machinery, engines, house trouts,
and Packard, Well-', Ander- rapid as that of your sister, California.
ably aggregate $250,000,000. Out of
TABLE ROCK SALOON, stoves, sewing machines, blacksmith-work, j ; Chandler
“boys” were engaged in mending
fourteen hundred and nineteen mill
were “in You require her railroads and the peo
and all work wherein iron, steel or brass is
broken jaws, repairing damaged eyes
used, repaired. Parties desiring anything their flowing cups freshly reinem- ple of the oldef States shall understand
ion pounds of wool (the estimated clip)
in our line will do well to give us a call be ! tiered.” In both Houses of Congress what you have here. Oregon has had and tenderly resurrecting smashed there would be fully a loss of 567,000,-
fore going elsewhere. All work done with
000 pounds in scouring, m iking the
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. neatness and dispatch at reasonable rates. I the representatives of the party to considerable notoriety in Congress and
rA3~ Bring on your old east iron.
I whom Mr. Hayes belonged stood square the United States, hut not precisely of
W oman ’ s L ove .—A French wo net yield of clean wool about 852,009,-
ZIMMERMAN <fc CO.
and solid in defense of his title. They that kind you would most desire.
man will love her husband if he is 000 pounds.
Ashland, April 8, 1876.
rpHE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WELL-
heard the imputation of dishonesty
either witty or chivalrous; a German
I known and popular resort would in
“P lease make yourself quite at
W hy F armers K eep P oor .—A woman, If he is constant and faithful;
form their friends and the public generally GREAT SACRIFICE! upon themselves and their fellow-par
tisans with no sign of shame or fear. recent writer says; After long obser a Dutch woman, if lie does not dis ’ome, general,” observes the hospita
that a complete and tirst-class stock of the
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ule and
On the contrary, “hope elevated and vation I have come to the conclusion turb her ease and comfort too much; ble British aristocrat to General Grant.
porter, etc., is constantly kef >t on hand.
joy brightened their crests,” as they that a great majority of the farmers a Spanish woman, if he wreaks ven ••Put your legs right hup on the table
They will be pleased to have their friends
I saw the imposture progress step by step that are poor might have made money. geance on tho:e who incur her dis and spit lion tbe floor, just as you do in
“call aud smile.”
! to its consummation. Two members If you inquire into their business hah. I pleasure; an Italian woman, if he is Hamerica. Never mind the carpet.
from Massachusetts were troubled its you will find that they always sold dreamy and poetical; a Danish woman, Hand By all means whittle the chair
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also be found
here. We would be pleased to have persons
with scruple®, and one from Florida the best and kept the poorest. For if he thinks her native country is the with your jack-knife. Ili know you
possessing curiosities and specimens bring
the fraud which elected Instance, if they have too many sheep brightest and tho happiest on earth; a must feel like it—you all whittle your
them in, and we will place them in the Cab
I’m sorry hi
4 S ALLOUR MERCHANTS ARESELL- himself as well as Hayes; but this could on hand they pick out the best to he Russian woman, if he despises all furniture in Ilamerica.
inet for inspection.
WINTJEN & HELMS.
A ing out at cost and freight, we are ready scarcely be said to break the u nani in sold. If you ask them why they do so Westerners ns miserable barbarians; ’event a cocktail or a corpse-reviver to
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
to do blacksmithing at cost and freight, but ity of the party. Since the close of
they will say “Because they bring an American woman, if he has plenty offer you, but we don’t know ’ow to
must have the cash when the work is com
make them ’ere.
Do make yourself
pleted. Shop on the corner of California the session they have seemed to enjoy twice ns much as the others, and I am of money.
their triumph mightily, anil tho ap- hard up just now for money. I know
WILL. JACKSON, Dentist, and Main streets.
comfortable and don’t stand on cere
SHANNON A BIRDSEY.
plause of their beloved constituents that it is not a good plan, and I do not
A patron of a certain newspaper mony.”— Boston Traveller.
lias not been wanting to increase their intend to follow it always.” I think once said to the pul lisher : “Mr.
LOYAL W. CARTER, self-satisfaction.
the habit of selling the best is a very Printer, how is it you never call on
T iie strawberry short-cake festivals
poor plan for any man. I don’t care me for pay for your paper ?” “Oh
held bv our church societies might ho
A L ucas county farmer trained a what his circumstances may be. I said the man of types, “we never ask rendered more interesting and attract
Oregon. crow to eat grasshoppers. Then he have a man in my mind now who al a gentleman for inoivy.” “Indeed !”
ive by announcing that the young
starved the crow for three or four ways sells his poorest sheep for more replied the patron, “How do you man man who find® the strawberry in his
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon. T TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF days, turned him loose, and the ema than twice as much as the average age to get along when they don’t pay?” piece of cake will be entitled to a kiss
1 informing the public that I am now ciated bird went out into the field and farmer gets for his best. I have seen I “Why,” said the editor, “after a cer from the prettiest girl in tho room, or
prepared to do all kinds of House, Wagon, devoured eleven bushels of corn. And farmers in the Fall pick out their best tain time we conclude he is no gentle something of that sort.
THVERY OPERATION PERTAINING TO Carriage, Sign and Ornamental Painting, I he wasn’t feeling very corn-hungry pigs to fatten, because they would I man, and we ask him.”
P j the Jaw skilfully performed at reasona C’alcimining, etc. All work executed with i
B aron R othschild , who Is at the
make a few more pounds of pork than
nimtness and dispatch at reasonable rates. either.
M exico is to be told that if she does head of the Vienna firm, is said by tho
P. S.—The grasshoppers got away I tbe others. This I call poor economy.
No more credit will be given after the Orders from the couutry promptly attended
I OYAL W. CARTFR
first of January, 1876. I will take all kinds to.
not take care of her thieves on the papers of that city to posses® the tri
with all the crow left.
W hat holds all the snuff in the Mexican border our government will fling annual income of $30,000,660.
FULL lino of shelf and heavy hardware
Office and residence on comer or ( alitor- j
i take care of them for her.
This is the small sum of $75,000 a day.
for sale by
JOHN MILLER. i S ubscribe for tbe T imes .
I world ? No one nose.
nit and Fifth streets, Jacksonville.
A. C. JONES,
THE ASHLAND IRON WORKS,