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Indian War News.
GENERAL ñutes and news .
Tho following is the first news that
Flattery is, perhaps, agreeable to
European war news favor heitlier side.
Legal Tenders aro firm at 97 buying and has been received from the front for
Official Paper for Jackson, Josephine & Lake. every human being; but an inordinate
craving tor it generally destroys the 97>< sell ingin San Francisco.
H elena , Sept. 17th.—Tho Independent's
A special session of the United States Sen
FRIDAY...................SEPTEMBER 21, 1877. chances of receiving it. It is natural
special from Bozeman, Montana, 17th, says
that men in high places should receive ' ate will be called to convene on the 15th of Sturgis, assisted by Howard’s cavalry under
Sanford, had a fight on Canon creek on the
!**rv«R* Mn«t »wring HmlKnl*.
the attention and congratulations of
It now seems certain that Morton will be morning of the 14th. A number of Indians
There h perturbation in the Radical the people whenever occasion de unable to take his seat in tho Senate next were killed and many horses were taken.
The Crows got away with all the Nez Perce
camp, at the prospect of su?h a revolu mands, and inordinate vanity or desire October.
pack animals. They report that the river
from Muscleshell have headed offthe
tion In the Senate ns shall deprive
Dispatchessay that England is determined
Nez l’erces and are driving them toward
them of their mnjority in that body in search of such demonstrations. that tho present campaign shall end tho war General Sturgis. In the two fights the Crows
in the East.
and soldiers have capturediiearlv one thous
and place the Democratic members in Nothing that Mr. Hayes has done since
In November the people of Pennsylvania and horses. The Crows have about four
power, [t will give the Democrats his inauguration lias shown so much will electa Supreme Court Judge for twen hundred Nez Perce horses at the agency.
Over three hundred Crows were to join Gen.
lhe President/>ro tempore, anti they ; weakness as his junketings through ty-one years.
Sturgis on the evening of the 14th, when he
again pursue the Indians, Howard
will substitute a Democrat for Sucre- i the country seeking lhe applause of the
There are only five Murphys in the next would
was twenty-five miles behind him.
tiry in the place of Gorham. And crowds. TheGovernors of several of California Legislature, three in the Senate
more exasperating still, it will clothe the States have undertaken to getup and two in the House.
NEW, THIS WEEK.
Senator (»rover and Congressman Wil
the Democrats with the authority to a rival show by combining their sev
liams left this week on the steamer for San
NOTICE TO TEACHERS!
confirm or reject lhe appointees of the eral “Importances,” so as to make the Francisco en route for Washington.
de facto President. With a Demo- i whole loom up as high as a President.
Money is said to be getting cheap and rpiIERE WILT. BE A PUBLIC EXAM-
cratic majority in the Senate as well as All the fools in the country, through i plenty in Russia—that country having issued I ¡nation of applicants for Teachers’ Cer
tificates held in Jacksonville on
in lhe House, tire Administration which they pass, turn out to shake already about one billion of paper dollars.
Ex-Governor Whitaker is talked of con
Saturday, Sept. 29, 1877.
would be powerless for harm, and the hands with and flatter those very im-
wild schemes of Secretary Sherman [>ortant personages.
Teachers will please take notice and gov
as the Democratic candidate tor Governor. ern themselves accordingly.
on finance could not work injury to j There can be no excuse for these
E. J. FARLOW,
Hon. R. Williams says that the next ex
the country. The sickness of Morton, junketings. It cannot be that Mr. amination for the military cadetship to West
County School Superintendent.
the defection of Spencer, and the Hayes wants to learu anything about j Point will not Like place until next August.
feared antagonism of Conkling, to- | the physical construction of the j It is. said that Secretaries McCrary,
gelher with the probability that two country, so that he might be able to Thompson and Sherman dissent from what ¡
term the extreme of Hayes’ Southern
or three others, chosen as Radicals, lead armies over it, and to think of i they
may cease to co operate with there learning anything about tho senti- ; It will take nearly five years to grind and
party and go over tn the Democrats, meats of the people by such means is ! finish the object glass of the Lick Observa The undersigned take pleasure to an
are not cheerful subjects for contem- | lhe height of absurdity. They meet : tory telescope. This will be good news to j nounce to their patrons and dealers in
plation to the Radicals throughout the j the flatterers and fools of the country, i Vulcan.
gencrul that they have lately largely-
When that Vermont band played “The
Union; but inasmuch as the Senate of and those only. The dignity of the
increased their factory and are now pre
Sweet By and By” to Brother Hayes, he
1879 will contain a clcur majority of Presidential office requires that lhe in shuddered as he thought of the coming ses- pared to furnish as good an assortment
Democrats, elected as such, and not cumbent shall know the people, and sion of Congress.
in their line as any house on the
come as converts from Radicalism to be known by them well eDough to stay
Tweed has been before the investigating Coast.
ot Aidermen in New York again,
the party, they may as well begin to at the Capitol and direct lhe affairs of
Special Inducements to cash customers.
and testified as to the operations of the ring
prepare for the fate which will inevi the country in such manner as shall be
ALISKY &. HEGELE?
of which he was chief.
tably befall them. The Democracy for the best interests of all.
105 First St.
In the inter-State military match at Creed P. O. Box 61.
are rapidly coming to their own in
What excuse this band of Govern moor on Sept. 12th, the California team
Factory on Aider street, between First
Second streets, Portland, Oregon.
ors have for cavorting around the coun
ticut, 971; New Jersey, 744.
try is more than we can imagine. If
A Guilty < uuMvience.
Coal miners at Eastport and New port,Coos
any one of them is ingenious enough
county, have struck, and all work is sus
The New York Sun has fearlessly
to invent a plausible pretext for it, we pended; caused by an order from San Fran TN THE PRICE OF SEWING MA-
asserted that, the evening before he
1 chines. Hereafter tiie
should like to see it. The business of cisco to reduce wages to 74 cents a ton.
pronounced his decision in favor of
a Governor is at home, attending to the
It is to be feared that the injudicious econ
Hayes, Bradley communicated to the
execution of the affairs of his State. If omy of the Confederate House has left the Sewing Machine will be sold for 845. The
venerable Justice Clifford and Injus
machine sold tor $75 before tiie re
they were supreme rulers of their sev great and good General Howard insufficient same
tice Field, of the Supreme Court, his
Tiie White is considered by those who are
eral States, and expected to remain in ■ the St. Louis Times.
using them to be the easiest running; sim
profound conviction that Tilden was
power for life, there might be some ex
selling in the Eastern States on plest; makes less noise; has the simplest
elected. This statement has not been
cuse for it; but when we remember . the race between Gen. Howard and Joseph, j and easiest threading shuttle; more room
under the arms; the best feed; has no noisy
denied, except by Bradley bimself, <
that the powers and duties of a Gov ! At last accounts Joseph was the favorite, camsand cog wheels; is made of the best
who has forfeited his entitlement to I
big odds were given that the red man material; not easy to get onto! repair; every
ernor are of a very limited character, j i and
get away with the “hero of Gettys- part is made so that any lost motion by sim
belief or respect, and it is no doubt »
ply turning a screw can be taken up; it is
and that he can do nothing not abso I burg.”
the latest production,therefore the best; has
true. But Bradley’s home organ, a
lutely written in the law, an inoidinate
Accounts of the depredations of the Warm less machinery than any shuttle macliine in
New Jersey paper, furiously rushes to
desire for display and flattery is the Spring Indians continue to arrive. They the world.
Parties wishing to buy the best Sewing
his defence. It is particularly severe only remaining motive. And we see have murdered fourteen men and wounded
Machine should call on Miss Dora Cardwell,
eight, and stolen a large number ot horses
upon Justice Field, and lashes away
and examine the White. Miss
that the “Governors” have perfected a and mules. Arizona and New Mexico troops Jacksonville,
Cardwell will be pleased to show all about
like an enraged bull-whacker at every sort of organization for the purpose of
the machine and give instructions free.
i are in pursuit.
body in view not friendly to its all- ■ having an annual swing around the
Every machine warranted to ¡»lease.
Extensive preparations are being made
DORA CARDWELL, agent, Jacksonville.
unde favorite. The article undoubt circle. Can’t the Constables get up a for the coming State Fair, and it is expected S am
’ l H ill , 19 Montgomery St.,
San Francisco, Gen’l Ag’t Pacific coast.
edly reflects Bradley’s sentiments on little cavorting party? They might ■ to draw the largest crowd that ever assem
the subject, says the Albany Democrat find a few “stiffs” who would honor bled in Webfoot. Crops have been good,
of the 14lh, and hence its rage and vi- ' them because of their high positions! aud Rube will have plenty of coin to put up I
for swinging his girl.
tuperatiou are to be viewed as the eb
We notice that Gov. Robinson, of
The reports from India grow worse. The
ullitions of the agony of. mind and !
New York, did not meet with the jun latest estimate makes the victims of the fam
slingings of conscience he suffers in keting Governors when they went to ine already half a million, and puts the
probable loss of life before it is over at the
the inconsolable reflection that he is
that State, and in this he shou’ed his enormous aggregate of four millions, ot
guilty as charged. The full facts in good sense. The people of the States,
oñe of six in the population affected. The
the ease will tie set forth in due time, disgraced by such silly Governors, greatest famine of modern times.
we opine, and they cannot be spread .
Every Radical platform starts off with an
should see to it that these puffed-up
before the public any too soon.
earnest desiro for a peaceful South. The HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE!
men are retired to private life.
Come and See and be Convinced
THAT TIIE STORE OF
(Formerly known as Glenn’s Store, on C alifornia S t .,)
CONTAINS A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BOOTS & SHOES. HATS. GROCERIES,
LADIES’ FANCY GOODS,
4 ND A GENERAL VARIETY OF ARTICLES
A which he oilers to the public at tiie
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
tar The HIGHEST PRICES paid for WOOL, HIDES and PRODUCE.
THE EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
HARDWARE, TINWARE, ETC.,
A Genuine Neuaatlou.
Murdered by ( hlunmen.
A Douglas county correspondent of
From the telegraphic dispatches we
the Salem Statesman gives the follow
learn of a horrible murder committed
ing bit of mining news:
by Chinamen at Rocklin, California*
Rumors of rich strikes in the gold fields,
which, if the half told is true, will make one A Mr. Sargent, an old, respected resi
of the greatest mining sensations of lhe day.
On the middle fork of Cow creek a large dent, and Louis Oder and wife were
gravel bed has l»een struck that prospects all murdered In cold blood, lhe object
from five to twenty-five cents to the pan.
borne months ago Lion. J. C.Tolman learned being money. Mr. Sargent, although
of the existence of this bar and its probable shot in five places, lived several hours
richness. Me at once examined it, which
examination resulted in the formation of a and described the murderers. Sargent
company of ten persons, who each sub and Oder were shot in the fields; the
scribed and paid a thousand dollars for the
development of the mine. Under the mi murderers then proceeded to the house
ninglaws one hundred and sixty acres of
the l>ar were entered, recently forty more, so and killed the woman with an axe, us
that the company now have two hundred ing the same bloody instrument to
acres. Waler for hydraulic mining is to be
taken by a ditch from the middle fork of break open the trunks and get money.
Cow creek. A force of men are now at work Several Chinamen were arrested, three
grubbing off the brush from the ground pre
paratory to piping off the dirt. Forty Chi of whom were held to answer and tak
namen will at once go to work. Within en to Auburn for safe keeping. A mob
fifty days it is thought the ditch will be
completed and the pipes laid ready* for tear collected at the railroad depot to lynch
ing out and washing the gravel.
them, but were prevented by the offi
Will Proiiounre Against Ilaym.
cers. The citizens collected and noti
A correspondent of lhe Cincinnati En. fied all Chinamen to leave Rocklin,
(juirer at Long Branch writes it is now which they did, and their houses were
definitely and positively known that afterwards demolished by the enraged
Roscoe Conkling will pronounceagainst citizens.
the Administration at the New York
¡Slate Convention at' Rochester. lie
will control two-thirds or three-fourths
of lhe delegates, will die fighting or
live influential. His private talk is
not against Hayes, 1 ut against Evarts
and Schurz. He says he is too old a
Republican to help play his party into
the hands of the Democrats and rebels,
and that Hayes’ policy, if successful to
his heart’s content, can have no other
Good Bye. Dipper.
makers of the plattorms don’t seem to know
that there is a peaceful South and has been
ever since the troops were withdrawn and
the people left to govern themselves. That
is now a dead issue.
The Cuban affairs show no improvement,
j More troops from Spain, another change
in the captain-generalship, and the revolu
tionists as troublesome as ever. It does
seem as if it was about time for Spain to do
one thing or the other, crush the rebellion,
compromise with it, or abandon the island.
Merchants of Philadelphia who lost goods
by the Pittsburg riots have rejected a prop
osition made by the railroad company to un
dertake suits for them against the city or
county, and will proceed directly against
the company. This will lead to an endless
legal war, and the losers of the goods will
be compelled to wait for years for their
The Tribune says there is a report that
Brigham Young’s mother, now 98 years old,
is living at Martinsville, Ind., her faculties
yet bright. She is in very humble cir
cumstances and dwells with some bitterness
upon the tact that her son, who so greatly
prospered in this world’s gear, should have
forgotten her, leaving her to an old age of
penury and want.
Governor Hampton says the people of his
State arc giving very little attention to poli
tics, but a great deal to their private business
and the material interests of the State. He
denies there is any political motive in the
proceedings against some of the carpet bag
gers, who so shamefully plundered the
State for several years past. In proof of this,
he mentions the fact that a majority of the
Grand Jury wh ch returned the indictments
When we have in this country 20,000,000
more sheep than we now have, we shall only
produce the wool we use. Last year we im
ported $50,000,000 of woolen goods. And
yet there is no country in the world where
sheep can be raised so profitably as in the
United States. But,every year we arecom-
ing nearer to supplying our wants in this
regard. In 1875 lhe wool clip of the coun
try was 200,000,000 pounds, while in 1860 it
was only 65,000,000 pounds.
4 LWAYS ON HAND THE BEST STOCK
7\_ of Patent and Home-made Rifle and
Shot Guns, single and double Revolvers of
the latest patents; Pocket Pistols, neat, small
and powerful; Derringers, tho latest and
best; also, the best powder and powder
Flasks; Hun’ing and pocket knives of the
best brands; all sons of Shot and Pouches;
Caps. Wads and everything in the sports
He will also keep a full line of SHELF
HARDWARE, Nails and Ro|»e of all kinds
and sizes, Cai|»enter’s and Wagon-Makers'
Tools, a complete assortment of ’fable anil
Poeket Cutlery, together with a full supply
of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc.
The above goods are all of the best quality,
and will be sold
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
New guns made to order, and repairing
promptly done and in good style. All or
ders filled with dispatch.
California St., Jacksonville, Ogn.
THE BILGER ESTATE,
WILL BE SOLD AT
A FINE STOCK & LOW PRICES GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
FOR CASH ONLY.
J. S. HOWARD’S STORE.
WHERE IS ON HANI) A VERY LARGE
L assortment of
IRON AND STEEL,
As also everything usually kept in the store.
The agency of the Rubber Paint still
Manufacturing done as heretofore.
C. W. KAHLER, Administrator.
NEW MILLINERY STORE!
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,
COR. CALIFORNIA A 4th STS.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE NOW ON
1 hand the most complete and best stock
of millinery goods ever brought to Jackson
ville, consiting of
spectfully inform their friends and the
! public generally that they have purchased
the above establishment, which will be
henceforth conducted under their constant Flowers, ribbons, laces, neckties, glovesr
personal supervision, and they guarantee collars and cutis, etc., etc., which we will
satisfact on to all who may favor them with sell al low prices.
These stables are centrally located, and
Sewing Machines for Sale.
within convenient distance of the various
houses of public entertainment. Horses
We have on hand a number of the cele
and mules will be boarded and cared for at
Howe Sewing Machines, which wo
moderate charges. They have one of the
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south of will sell cheap for cash, or exchange for
MISSES D. A M.CARDWELL.
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
With single or double teams, for hire on rea
sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses JOHN L. CARTER & SON,
and Mules, which will be hired to go to any
part of the country at moderate rates.
Animals bought and sold, and broke to
saddle or harness.
J. A. CARDWELL.
E ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
all kinds of Painting, including
A . M A R K S,
SEWING MACHINE SALES
ecently of san franctsco , has
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAlNTIi
opened a Tailor Shop in Masonic Build
(opposite the Postoffice) w where he is
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION,
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING DONE.
prepared to execute all work in his line in
Orders from the country promptly attei
a workmanlike manner, from the eleaning ed to.
MACHINES and repairing of clothes to the
The Singer Ml’g Co. sold 262,316
Howe Machine Co.,
Wheeler A Wilson MfgCo. “
DomesticS. M. Co.,
American B. H. AS. M.Co. “
Weed Sewing Machine Co., “
Wilcox A Gibbs S. M. Co., “
Remington S. M. Co.,
Gold Medal S. M. Co.,
Braunsdorf A Co., (.Etna) “
McKay S. M. Association. “
GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES!~
Manufacture of Complete New Suits’
A good stock of all kinds of Gents’ Trim
mings will be kept on hand. Persons de
siring to make up their own goods can have
the same cut to order. Samples of goods
kept from which suits can be ordered and
Jacksonville, June 23, 1877.
Frey’s Boot and Shoe Store,.
C alifornia S treet ,
The breaking up of the constellation
LAGER ! LAGER !!
of the “Dipper” is prophesied in an
article by Professor Richard A. Proc
aving permanently located
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re-
tor. The Professor finds logical rea
spectfully informs the public that he nt.
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
sons for his belief in the motions of the
prepared to do all kinds of work in the boot
shoe making lir.e. Satisfaction guaran-
stars composing the constellations, and
GEORGE W. FREY.
HE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER,
Cor. First and Yamhill Sts.,
illustrates these with careful diagrams
has now on hand and is constantly man
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern
of his own. In one map the “Dipper”
TO THE PUBLIC.
1 Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to
is shown as it was 100,000 years ago,
Singer Machines sold on monthly in mit purchasers. Call and test the article.
■you ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TH A
stallment or note plan, and liberal discount
and in another as it will be 100,000
persons traveling and crossing th
made for cash.
D. LINN, Agent.
bridge on Rogue river, at Rock Point, tha
years hence. Five of the seven stars,
Beware of cheap and spurious ma
Jackson county is in no wise responsible !<>.
Next Elect Iona.
chines. Call and examine the Singer be
the Professor claims, form one family
any accident or loss that may be sustained
fore purchasing elsewhere.
while crossing said bridge, as lhe same is
The next State elections take place | and travel together, but the other two
T HAVE ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY not standing upon any public highway.
October 2d, in Iowa and Ohio, where have distinct motions of their own,
1 ot first-class lumber of every description Published by order of the County Court,
the mill of Davis ¡A Torey on Wagner this 9th day of April, 1877.
there are full State tickets to elect, in and are slowly drifting out of their rel
which I will dispose of for money, _A______ L1 ’1Fou»RAY, Clerk.
OFFER FOR SALE ONE OF THE
. All Kinds of Job Printing
cluding the Legislatures. In the lat- j ative positions in the “Dipper.”
finest Panorama I.antern8 on this Coast. horses or grain. Any bill sawed to order on
For Stereopticon and Dissolving Views it is short notice.
BUCKS FOR SALE.
ter State, the Legislature elects a U. i
unexcelled^ The slide glasses are ot the fin
8. Senator to succeed Stanley Mat
NEATLY & CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT est assortment, embracing foreign and
milE UNDERSIGNED OFFER FOR
The New York Times says that the Radi
1 sale some tine Leicester bucks of vari
thews. In Colorado, on the same
sold at less than cost. Everything is en
SMALL FLOCK OF SHEEP. MY ous grades, from the thoroughbred down«
cal States this year “are extremely liable to
tirely new and in good working order.
day, Is an election lor members of the tall into Democratic control;” they are also
sheet» will clip an average of seven For turther particulars apply to
FOR SALE OR TRADE !
liable to stay there.
The Times Office.
Kerby ville, Oregon.
A pounds to
the year’s growth. Apply at
JOHN S. HERRIN.
CAMERON A Mrt’ULLY.
At Juvksuuville or Fort Klamath.