The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, January 24, 1879, Image 1

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Published every Friday Morning by
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CHARLES NICKELL
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Editor and Proprietor.
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OFFICE—On Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
Building.
Rate« of Subscription :
One copy, per annum.........................
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six months............................
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1879
2.00
1.00
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
A
/
ü COI KI DECISION.
FASHION, SIILE AND GOSSIP.
tiii :
co.M.m rri:ir.s iti i’om .
THE IKON-HEARTED EOVEK.
Ml'llLHE coi ar UOSSIP.
Jesse Dodge, appellant, vs David
Guipure lace is coming into fashion
A. C. JONES.
Following is the summary of the
When Judges Boise, Prim and Ke|.
Among the crowd of travelers
Marden
and
B.
A.
Knott,
defendants,
again.
FURNISHING and
report
of
the
investigating
committee:
ly,
the three appointed to the Supreme
around the depot, the other day, was a
ATTORNEY’ Æ COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
respondents; appeal from Jack-on
A new figure looks like velvet leop­
And the Committee find, after a young ma.l of excellent lengtl/of legs, Bench met, and the selection of the
county.
ard skin.
careful and thorough ex amination of and a girl with sixteen auburn curls one to be Chief Justice was in order,
JACKSONVILLE, OGN.,
The object of this suit is to enjoin
Waterproof cloaks are fashionable in the books and records on file in the of­
hanging down around her head. They respective ages were demanded, aud
goods the defendants from using a certain Paris.
^VIH practice tn all the Court« of the State.
fices
of
the
different
departments,
and
Office on 5th street, opposite Court House.
had scar* ely settled themselves and Kelly was found to be three score years
water ditch, an<l from pursuing certain
New French walking dresses are from the examination of such witness­
locked fingers, when she carefully ob­ of age, while Boise was three months
mining operations in Jackson county very short in front.
es
as
we
could
obtain
with
the
limited
bis junior, til'd Prim younger than eith­
G. H. AIKEN. M. D.,
served :
BOYS' and GIRLS'
The complaint aileges in substance— I Japanese dressing sacques can be
authority at our disposal, that the fol­
er. S'Judge Boi'P very complacently
“
I
’
spose
they
have
soda-water
in
1st, that the plaintiff is the owner in bought for ¿3 apiece.
P hysician and surgeon
lowing amounts have been either not this town?”
remarked that he would rattier “be
fee of a certain tract of land described;
Satin shoes, for evening wear, are accounted for or have been paid with­
young
than be Chief Justice.”
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
“
I
s
’
pose
so,
”
he
replied,
“
hut
the
READY-MADE CLOTHING, 2d, that Kane’s creek runs through invariably embroidered.
out authority of law, viz:
A
batch
of thirteen were this year
last thing, afore we started, I prom­
and is of great advantage to said land;, Seal-brown plush takes the place of
admitted
to
practice, there being no
Office—On California street, opposite Union
SUMMARY.
ised your mother not to let you drink
3d, that plaintiff is the owner of a fur on new garments.
Ltvery Statile.
failures,
and
the gentleman who was
Common school fund............ s 2,403 89 any soda-water. It’s the worst thing
mining water ditch, running from a
Thp new pekin fabrics are invaria­
BOOTS AND SHOES,
not
up
to
the
mark last year was one
University fund..................... 1,355 40 in the world to bring on consumption.”
gulch near the southwest corner of bly trimmed wi.h chenille.
DR. L. DANFORTH.
of
the
l»est
posted
of the applicant«.
She was quiet for a moment then
State land fund...................... 2,473 17
-aid land to said creek, and has been
«
Filagree marguerites are the favor­
When
the
examinations
were over the
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Tide land fund...................... . 1,662 03 pointing to the left, remarked:
held and used by plaintiff for over five ite flowers in silver jewelry.
GROCERIES, BEDSTEADS A CHAIRS,
Chief
Justice
gave
the
tyros
good ad­
“I see that Sarah is eating peanuts.
99 48
years; 4th, that al>out December, 1876,
Jacksonville, Oregon.
Silver and gold are combined in Capitol building fund............
vice
in
a
very
wholesome
manner.
He
Agricultural College fund... 2.916 44 I s’pose they have peanuts iu this
defendants wrongfully entered upon small articles of fancy jewelry.
showed
what
intemperince
and
gam
­
town.”
■Office on California street, opposite P. J.
plaintiff’s said land, and dug a ditch
A war club and a bow and arrow Swamp land fund................... . 27,875 09
bling
did
for
lawyers;
how
they
may
“Wall, yes; but your mother caution­
Ryan's store. Calls promptly attended
CLOTIHXG,
J. N. Barker, overpaid as
through the same from Kane’s creek, are the new designs of lace pins.
to. day er night.
ed
me the last thing not to buy any not expect clients and be betted with
Agent of the Board......
295 15
tapping defendant’s ditch, and carried
Looped satin bows artistically plaited
peanuts for you. The shucks are apt contiden e and trust if (hey indulge in
Illegal fees for conveying
away the water flow’ing therein, Ac.
and looped, are worn at the throat.
J. W. ROBINSON. M.D.,
to
get into your windpipe. The Queen either vice. Judge Kelly’s admoni­
convicts to the peniten-
That defendants have also begun to
LIQUOF.S, TOBACCO and CIGAES.
Fur trimmed dresses have a deep
of
Holland was choked to death in tion had such profound effect that sev­
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
tiary.....
14,933 90
dig and wash away the soil of China bonier on the underskirt instead of a
eral of the young men begin practic­
that
way.”
Illegal fees for conveying
gulch, and to run the same down upon flounce.
Jacksonville, Oregon.
CROCKERY, ETC.,
Pretty soon a boy came along with ing at the bar the sime evening ami
in-ane to the Asylum... 19,176 19
plaintiff’s land, and claim the right so»
Bridal wrappers are of brocade com­
some fiuit, and the young woman lilt went home tight—the more the pity.
to do, to plaintiff’s damage, <fcc. The bined with plain silk covefed with Q. M. Stores, Mod tc war,
■Office tn Masonic Building, next door to
The feelings of the now Court may
unaccounted for.............. 13,186 00 obliged to say:
Kreur.er's Bakery. Oregon street. Resi­ At E. Jacob's New Store, answer admits that the natural channel
Breton
lace.
be
imagined when they saw the
dence at B. F. Dowell’s.
“Thein apples and pears look awful
452 50
of said creek runs through plaintiff’s
Mulberry and dragon green are the Deaf mute school fund.........
hoisting
works at the Capitol elevate a
nice.”
land, but denies that the waters there­ favorite shades in the fashionable spun S. F. Chad wick, overpaid as
E. H. AÜTENR1ETH,
portly
box
containing the voluminous
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
“Y es, they do,” replied the prudent
Secretary of State.......... 3,G 00 00
of have been accustomed to flow, or silk hose.
papers
of
the
Elliott vs. Holliday suit«
lover, “but I promised your mother, at
T. II. Cann as Assistant
ATTORNEY” A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
ought to flow, through said channel;
Lower skirts are now made of vel-
which
was
trundled
into the court­
the depot, not to bpy fruit for you.
Secretary of State—no
admits that plaintiff is tlie owner ot vet and upper ones of brocade, plain
Jacksonville, Orecon,
service .............................. 1,800 00 Them apples look nice, but if you git room on a wheelbarrow. Boise had
.-aid land, and that defendants run silk • r doth.
the toothache started on you, then the “been there,” as the case was brought
A. H. Brown, Treasurer,
LT. OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD their tailing over part of plaintiff’.«
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Belt Roquets are going out of style,
up on appeal from his decision in the
at the very lowest rates. If you don’t
whole afternoon’s busted.”
Prompt attention given to all business left
lost by interest on Lock
believe me, call and ascertain pri<*es for land, but deny any damage to plain­ and bows of lace and ribbon are taking
Circuit
Court, lie solaced the others
in my care.
The
young
man
had
just
commenced
bonds . ............................. 1,050 00
tiff thereby. By way of separate an- their places.
yourselves. No humbug !
Office in Orth’s Brick Building—upstairs.
with
the
information that they would
to take comfort again, when she inno­
Illegal fees for returning fu­
All kinds <»t produce and hides taken in -wer, defendants allege Hint their
Floral
sets
composed
of
forget-me-
find
the
pleadingsand
evidence inter*
exchange for goods.
42tf.
gitives .............................. 1,050 00 cently remarked:
H. KELLY,
light to run wa-te water down said nots, dai-ies, or roses in French glass
esting
—
quite
historical
in fact. Il id
“When I came up here last summer
A. Il Brown, reported paid
gulch over plaintiff’s land, vested are both cheap and pretty.
possible
this
tedious
case
will last the
AÍTORNEY’ A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
with Jim, he bought more’n two
by the West Portland
prior to the issuing of patent to plain- , Chuddah shawls that have not
Court
»trout
a
month.
pounds of candy.”
Homestead Association
tiff for -aid land; that defendant* 1» ive Droved saleable are made into morning
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON,
Southern Oregon ha« never known
“Yes, and what was the re-ult?” he
uot
account*.d
for
.......
26
8
00
a license from plaintiff to run waste wrappers and trimme I with fur.
jus!
ice since the State w is organised,
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sta.,
'Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
demanded. “Y’ou fell down cellar
wat* r and tailing- over his said land.
Ant i<|ue ■ embroideries are carefully
save
at (tie hands of Justice Plim, and
Prompt attention given to all business en­
Total.................................. $96,817 27 that very week; anil didn’t Jim have
That one Bulls is, and ha* beep cut from old
trusted to my care.
dresses and sown upon
i
after
about twenty years experience aS
pB~ otiice opposite Court House.
OREGON. since 1850, the owner of a ditch coni- new one-, with very good efl’eef.
It is but justice to state that since to light out lust winter for buistiu’ in Circuit Judg-*, when be was appoint?
JACKSONVILLE,
the school-house door?”
mencing near Hit* southeast comer of
Winter fans have knob hand! *s, the close of the late State administra­
(She had got down to water,) and ed to the !**U| rcine bench and Judge
JAMES S. HOWARD.
plaintiff’s land and running to China whit h hold pow fer and a puff. A mir­ tion T. II. Cann, the clerk of the board,
Hanna made his successor, Mr. Prill
gulch; that plaintiff’s said land i- ror, a .-cent tube and a pocket comb has paid to the Treasurer the sum of with considerable sarcasm in her voice, felt considerably like a fish out of wa­
U.S. DEPUTY' MINERAL SURVEYOR
DAVID LINN
$5,200 I k longing to the various State she inquired:
mineral land, and at the time of the are hidden in tlie side sticks.
“I van have a drink of water, can’t ter. His occupation was gone, and
Keep« cons’antly on hand a tull assortment construction of said ditch wa- the prop
FOR JACKSON,
'l he new hat is The Victim. It has a funds and declares hi- ability and will­ I? Mother didn’t say any thing against when in due cour-e Circuit Court met
of furniture, consisting of
< r’y of the United State-; th it said scoop front, and is turned upon one ingness to pay all that is due the State
and he found his successor tilling the
Josephine and Curry counties. Oregon.
Ralls u-ed all the water of Kitne’s side; feathers nod over it, and roses from any official tiansaction of the that, did she?”
I »fti«ial surveys made and patents obtained BEDSTEADS,
seat
never before w r ued save t«y him-
“Wall, no, not exactly,” he slowly
at reasonable rates. Full copie« of Mining
Board that came within bis supervi-
creek in said ditch by express per­ almost drop from its brim.
BUREAUS, TABLES.
s
If,
he felt so discotisoltte that he hid
replied; “but she gin me an appealing
Laws and Decisions at my oilice in Jack-
-ion.
mission of-aid Ra.l*.
Whitt*
and
pearl
colored
bonnets
himself
from the world arid vigoroii'lv
aonville, Oregon.
GUILD MOULDINGS,
The committee also desire to stale look as the cars moved off—same as to plied a buck-saw in his woodshed.— Bee.
The r< ply alhges that said ditch have facing-, brea«ts, tip- or tits of
had been abandoned by said Ralls for garnet or wine in a majority of instan­ that the books, papers and vouchers of say that it ought to be kind <»’ warm-
STANDS. SOFAS, LOUNGES,
MARTIN VROOMAN. M. D..
ish water, if any. Y’ou sot here, and
R iver
S urveying . — Appropria­
more than three years prior to the ce«, and the contrast is certainly must Professor L L. Rowland, are in a com­
»»
CHAIRS
OF
ALL
KINDS.
PHYSICIAN A N D S U R G E ON.
tions are made to survey several
plete ami intelligible condition, and I’ll borrow a dipper somewhere.
time of plaintiff’s entry on said land chai miug.
She “sot,” and it was all of an hour «t reams <»n this coast, toward« ascer­
PARLOR A- BEDROOM SUITS, in Match, 1871, and that l y reason of
the committee believe that this officer
Jacksonville Oregon.
Jet, crystal and amber are all fash­
and
a half before he again succeeded taining if they can be made naviga­
has performed his duties as Supt rin-
siTd abandonment all right to said
ETU., ITl't’.
ionably beaded among garnet grass or
in
getting
his arm around her.
ble, but one of the largest rivers is to­
tendent of Public Instruction in an
ditch and the wa’ers oi Kane’s creek
Dr. Y’rooman mine« here with ’ll«' :nipnti<»n
the
various
fancy
colored
gimps,
but
Also Doors, Sash an<l Blinds always ©n were forfeited and lost.
of permanently locating him -elt in the
tally neglected in the matter of inves­
honest,systematie and straight forward
W ives ’ P roperty ’ in O regon .—
black jet i- u-ed more frequently than
practice of hi* pr<»fe*sir>n. 1* a gradu- hau l ami made to order. Planing done on
manner. Hi- conduct is an oasis in Among the bills passed by the late leg­ ting some of Un •!•» Sam’s funds in
Opinion by Boi-e, J.
Undertaking a spe­
• te. ami. from twenty-seven year«’ experi- reasonable terms.
any, and is decidedly preferied for
the desert of official inefficiency and islature of Or. gon, and which ha* since this respect. We refer tn Klamath
It being admitted in the pleading'
nncein the disease— incident to this • oast, cialty'.
black Dimming*.
flatter* hinj*elfas being able to give gen­
that thi* plaintiff i- the owner in fee of
peculation in the Slate administration become a law, is an act relating to river, which may not pos-ibly be sus­
A vest is 11-lell v required to be three- of the past four years.
eral «at i-fact ion.
ceptible of such improvement, but
the
land
over
which
the
ditch
com
1 >i*ii «z; Sitovo
property of married w;men which pro­
Office at the City Drug Store; residence on Oity
quarters of a yard in length, anil the
from what we cau learn, is fully as
It
is
proper
to.state
that
the
commit
­
plained
of
is
constructed,
he
would
California street.
vides that property owned by women
have the right to restrain the defendants pieces that are cut away from the sidei tie have had the efficient services of at the time of marriage, or acquired capable as Rogue river and some o'It­
CALIFORNIA STI IEET,
in the use of it to hi- damage; unless in modeling it will be enough to make W. Stanley a* clerk and his assistance thereafter by gift,deviseor inheritance, er streams, on which mopey is being
they can show that they have Some the cuff-. Another yard will form the has been invaluable in the examination shall not be subject to debts or con­ spent. If rivers now being surveyed
reversed bends and rerera on the skirt
books ami records connected with tracts of the husband, and the wife are to be made navigaM“ by building
GIVES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
Kahler <k Bro.. Proprietors vi sted right which allows them tocoil of the stylish “washerwoman” polo- of
lhe various departments.
vey this walerover plaintiff’s land.
iray manage, sell, convey, and devise numerous Io *k-, Klamath river could
naise.
On
motion
the
committee
adjourned
Defendants
claim
that
said
Rail*,
un
­
DISEASES OP WOMEN
the sime as the husband cau bis prop­ be similarly improved, at least th«
upper portion of it. We make no pre­
In
plumage
for
hats
and
bonnet*,
to
meet
at
the
call
of
the
chairman,
der whom they occupy and use this
erty. Tlif1 property of either husband
iyE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
—ANT>—
breasts
and
ornaments
of
the
yrehe
Win. Galloway, for th«* purpose of ex­ or wife shall not tie liable for debts or tension- of knowledge lit regard to the
JI the largest and most complete assort­ ditch and water, has such a right
style
are
mos'ly
selected,
as
they
pre
­
amining
thecondition of lhe La Grande contracts of the other. Action may Klamath in this report, further than
vested in him by virtue of an A d of
OPS TETRIC PRACTICE. ment of
Sec 2,339 serve the clo-e effect now desirable in land office and to transact any. other be maintained by hu-band or wife believing it is a- good a stream, if not
Congress of July 26, 1866. [ [Sec.
Bird’s heads are also select­ business that might properly come be­ against the other for the recovery of Iwtter,for such improvement than «nine
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CIIEMTCAI.s U.S. Revised Statute«]. Sec. 2,310 bonnet«.
'Office and residence at B. F. Dowell’«,
others now being t sted. The Klam­
Respectfully submitted,
i provides—“All patents .', etc., shall be ed, and tiny impian breasts with hum fore it.
property of which the other has ob­
Jacksonville. Oregon.
(Signed)
JolIN E. R oss ,
to be found in Southern Oregon.
-utject to any vested anil accrued ming bird heads are charming for the
tained possession, the same as if they ath i-a very large stream, which make*
Also the latest and finest styles of
W m . G allow ’AY,
water rights, etc.,” acquired under centres of Al-acian bow* of plu-h or
were unmarried. F >r civil injuries it b ird to manage,and, although it may
SOCIETY' NOTICES.
lie danger » uh to enter at i's mouth,
1). P. T hompson ,
sect ion 2,339. It is admitted that ribbed material, and may or may not,
committed by the wife, damages can
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STATIONERY,
improvement could probably reme­
J. S. W hite ,
Ralls owned and used this ditch Ire- a- preferred, tie surmounted by short,
be recovered by her alone, except in
Jacksonvilk Granst \o.
p. of IL.
Committee. cases where she is jointly responsible. dy that. If lhe stream could tie improv*
fore patent is-ued to plaintiff, in ac- curly tip*. When the latter are pre­
, Holds its regular meetings every two weeks And a groat variety of PERFUMES and
ed for navigation, bo its would be able
cordance with the sections quoted, we ferred alone, from three to five and six
Uonveyan es of liens from one to the
at the residence of J . N. T. Miller.
TOILET ARTICLES, including the best and
to run all the w iy up to it« head, and
L
f
.
gal
D
ecisions
A
bout
N
ews
­
are
used
in
a
clu-ter
anil
many
are
I
he
think
that
Ralls
would
still
be
C. MINGUS, Master.
other .'hall be valid; one may constitute
cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER­
A nsir M iller , Secretary.
papers
.
—
1.
Subscribers
who
do
not
tipped
with
jet
or
gilt.
Lined
feath
­
owner and entitled to u-e this ditch
FUMED SOAPS in this market.
the other his or her attorney, to act for into the great Kitmath lakes in South­
r-»?- Prescriptions carefully compounded. unle-s he has lost such right by aban­ er* and tips are con-ldered desirable, give express notice to the contrary,
mutual bcm fit or as attorney in fact. ern Oregon, and thereby affor I a good
Orreon I haplrr >o. 4. R. A. 11.,
RÓBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
and cheap route for communication
are
considered
as
wishing
to
continue
as
they
not
only
look
fuller
and
remain
donment. The right being one be- ;
The wife may recov< r the wages ot
Hold* its regular meetings monthly on
with the sea coast from the interior
their
subscription.
longing to real property could not be in shape longer, but the lining may be
her personal labor in her own mime.
'Tuesday evenings of or preceding each full
FOURTEENTH
YEAR.
portions
of Northern California aud
2.
If
subscribers
wish
their
papers
lost by non-use alone, short of the of a contrasting shade, if there are two
moon, at 7'a o'clock. Companions in good
Neither is liable for the del ts of the
Southern
Oregon — Yreka Journal.
•landing are invited.
discontinued, publishers may continue other incurred before marriage. Ex­
time for the limitations of actio i shades in the hat.
J. E. ROSS, High Priest.
The very newest ribbons in milline to send- them until charges are paid.
penses of family and education of chil­
D enied —It» the matter of the U.
ST MARY'S ACADEMY, to recover real properly, which is
M ax Mt 'Li.KR, Secretary.
3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to dren shall be chargeable on property S. vs. W. C. Griswold, on motion for a-
twenty years.
ry are satin on both sides and reversi-
CONDUCTED BY
And we think no abandonment is hie in tlie» design*, which are stripes take their papers from the office or of both husband aud wife, or of either new trial, Judg * Dendy this morning
Table Rork Enrampinriii No. 10, I. 0. 0. F.
proven
by the testimony in this ease,, • in the Roman and S -otch plaid color*. place to which they are sent, they are of them.
Holds regular sessions in its
overruled the motion. We learn Hint
SISTERS
of
the
HOLY
NAMES.
THE
when
considered
without reference to One has black, old gold and cardinal held responsible until they settle their
Hall, Odd Fellows' Building, in
Mr. Griswold, to release his sureties,
Jacksonville, Oregon, on the 2d
the statute of Oregon. The statute agreeably intermingled, with the black bills and give due notice to discon­
IIow to P lough —Prof Stock- gave himself up to lhe marshal, lie
Wind 4th Tuesday evening« of each and every
tinue.
bridge, in an essay on ploughing, read having been put uuder arrest at the
month. All sojourning Patriarchs are cor­
he scholastic year of this refem-d toissecti >n7 relating to mint s, predominating on one aide while on
4. If subscribers move toother places before the Connecticut State Board of < o itmencement of the trial and having
dially invited to meet with us.
the other side the old gold is the chief
school will commence about the end of etc., on page 686.
J. A. BOYER, C. P.
August, and is divided in four sessions,
We must construe the word “aban­ -hade. Then there are ribbons of sol­ without informing the publisher, and Agriculture, said that there are two given bonds with A. Bush aud J. F.
T. B. K ent , Scribe.
of eleven week* each.
don” in the statute according to its id black, blue, garnet, plum, etc., on the paper is sent to the former direc­ kinds of soil on eviry man’s farm— Miller as sureties. The marshal took
$10.00
Board and tuition, per term,..........
tion, they are held responsible. Notice the agricultural toil and the sub-soil.
the receipt of Sheriff Beu Norden for
4.00 ordinary signification, and it would be one side, and old gold, cardinal and
B<*d and Rodding................................. .
should
always be given of the removal “The agricultural soil may be two the defendant who was in the Port*
B. HOSTEL,
8.00 necessary in order to show that Ralls black on the other.
Bows made of
Drawing and painting........................
5. Any person who takes a paper inches deep, or it may be nine, but it land jail at last accounts, but will ncr
. 15.00 had lost lii- right to the ditch in ques­ these ribbons have alternate loops on
Piano,........................................................
.
5.00
Entrance
fee.
only
once
...................
regularly
from the post-office—wheth­ is not twenty feet. It is no deeper doubt have the privilege of the jail
PROFESSE INAL II AIR-CUTTER,
tion to show first that he had inten­ both sides, or loops so twisted that each
SELECT DAY' SC1IOOI
er
directed
to his name or another’s, than the air can penetrate. If the ag­ limits, which include 500 acres, so he
tionally given up all claim to it, and will .«how both sides. Another ribbon
Primary, ¡>er term,...................................... $ fi.00
or
whether
lie has subscribed or not ricultural i- too shallow it may be
IN ORTH S BUILDING.
will have breathing room. Uuder the
Junior,
“
........................................ N-00 then after such abandonment ho had is in the canvas weave in stripes, and,
gradually' deepened by lifting an inch U S law he will probably remain un­
Senior,
“
........................................ 10.00 ceased to exercise any acts of owner­ although the comparison may not be —is respon-ible for the payment.
6. The courts have decided that re­ of sub-soil at each plowing, bringing it
Pupils arc received at anytime, ami spe­ ship over it.
agreeable, yet it certainly calls to
der nominal duiatice lor ibirty days,
T<> cial attention is paid to particular studies in
ESPECTFULLY'
ANNOUNCES
We think this is the liberal and mind the striped binding used iu car­ fusing to take a paper from the office, up to the air and enriching it with ma­ when he can make oath tu his inabili­
the public <>t Jacksonville and vicinity Is'half of children who have but limited
or removing and leaving it uncalled nure. Our agricultural society com
that he was a scholar of Prof. Dr. Mosier, time. For further particulars apply at the natural construction of the statute. pets.
ty to pay the judgment of $35.<»00
ft r, i- prhna facie evidence of inten­ mittees, by their premium* for smooth, rendered against him and that will re­
director of the University of Greifswalde, Academy.
Entertaining these views of the law
"Prussia, and Prof. Dr. Volkmann, ot the
tional baud.
and evidence in this case we have
shiny, flat furrow-, have done tho com­ lease his sureties. This presents Hie
I'niversity ot Halle. Dtirinu the Franco-
How to C hoose a H orse .—An
NEW
STATE
SALOON.
found
no
error
in
the
conclusions
and
munity great harm. Such as oftenest case hs the fad« and probabilities reach
Prussian war he was s,»ecial assistant to
T ravels of a R egistered P ack takes the premium is the very poorest us. Our advice to Griswold would t»e
decree ot the co irt below, which will English paper tells us that the pur­
the Doctor-in-chief Zuelzer and Ludwig ot
chasers of horses for the French army age .—During the term of Mr. J. B kind of ploughing. The soil is best
CALIFORNIA STREET,
Berlin and Breslau, Germany. Fractures
be affirmed with costs.
and external diseases, acute or chronic, most
always endeavor to obtain a first look Underwood as Postal Agent, some t wo ploughed when it is most thoroughly to pay the judgment, or at least Dow­
ell’.« half of it, as soon as po«Mibie, for
carefully treated. Cupping.Leeching, Bleed­
Proprietor.
A bout O regon .—The number of at the animal when he is in the stable, years ago, says the Eugene City (iaard, crushed, twisted and broken with lhe
C. W. SAVAGE,
ing and teeth extracted at all hours.
Dowell rivals the mills of the g »ds that
acres under cultivation, 617,9(10; esti­ noting if the animal supports himself a registered package m nt from Myrtle sod well covered. On some kinds of
All kinds of birds stutied and put up in
I
grind s| iW but exceeding fine—a Veri­
ni*«t natural shajx*s.
mated number of acres susceptible of equally well on all his legs, and if one Creek to Ilerman-ville, Oregon, was -oil I would have the furrows lapped
table Neme-i.s.— Staff sman.
aving again taken possession
Jacksonville, Dec. 11, 1'77.
ot this saloon, the undersigned will be cultivation, 1,000,(100; number of vote­ •eems to yield, especially examining lost. Mr. Underwood went to the an inch, as the«.Canadian farmer­
M easuring a I rek ’ s H eight —
cast at Presidential election, 1876, 28,- it. Attention is then directed to the place, and for several day- inv«stigat- plough. Let the air and water haven
pleased to meet hi- triends and the public
WILL. JACKSON, Dentist, generally
at this old ami popular resort. 860; number cast at the last State elec­ largeiie-s of the pupil of the eye, which ed lhe affair, with the only result that
I'he
height of a tree which stand« so
chance to circulate beneath the surface.
The tinest liquors ami cigarscan always be
th
H
its shadow « ar be tma-ured, may
ought
to
be
more
dilated
when
in
the
tion,
nearly
34,000
in
round
numbers.
he was convinced of the integrity of
L’ght land-, however, shoul I have a
had at this place, and the tables are sup­
be
ascertained
by the following pro­
stable
than
when
exposed
to
light.
Thirty
years
ago
there
were
not
10,000
plied with all the leading newspapersand
the postmaster, Mr Galibett, at Mjrtle flit turrow; we Wish to make such
ve«*:
periodicals of the day.
Alter
the
animal
has
been
led
out
of
white inhabitants in the State; now
Creek. No trace of the missing pack­ more compact.”— Netc York World.
A tir«t-class billiard table is also kept at
Set a-tick np'ight—let it be per­
ti
e
stable,
the
eye
ought
to
he
again
there
are
estimated
to
be
160,000.
In
age could be found. Mr Underwood,
this house.
c. \V. SAX AGE.
pendicular
by the plumb lino, Meas-
has
been
examined
to
see
if
the
pupil
1810 the first house was built in Ore­
a few »lays since, received a letter
B reakfast C ake .—One cup of
ure
the
length
of the shadow of the
is
feeble,
gon by (apt. Win-lip. In 1832 the contracted; if not, the sight
from Mr. GahLett stating that he had cream, one cup of butter milk, two
first school wa-epened. In 1848 Ore­ Others, to test the power of vision, received Torn Hie agent of the Post­ cups of sugar, soda enough to foam up stick. A« Hie length of the shadow
California Street. Jacksonville. Oregon.
gon was organized as a territory and in feign to strike the forehead with the office Department at Chicago, a re­ nicely, a little salt and fl ur enough to is to the height <*f the «tick, ho is the
1859 was admitted as a State, with hand. If the hollow over the eye tie ceipt for the package, it having been make the batter quite stiff, ho that l»v length of Hie shadow of the tree to its
CALIFORNIA
ST.,
LAGER! LAGER!!
52,465 inhabitant-; tn 1838 the first profound and the temple grey, old bmnd in a mail pouch sent to Chicago taking up the spoon it will stay piled height. For instance: If the stick is
Wounds about for repairs. Thus after a lapse of two up uri it. Either use one tabl»"po<>n- four feet atiove the ground, and its
VERB a- WcDANIF.E. PROPRIETOR*. printing press arrived in Oregon; in age is to be concluded.
the
temple
suggest
attacks
of staggers; years the missing matter came to ful of ginger or cinnamon; 1 prefer shadow is six feet in length, and the
1824
the
first
fruit
trees
were
planted,
the eagle brewer y
and to day she is called “the laud of and when the end of the nose presents light two thousand miles from its ginger. Bake In drop*, a spo >nful in shadow of the tree is 90 feet, the'
circular sc rs, it may be concluded the point of departure and destination, a place, or in a long tin and cut in sli- height of the tree will be 60 feet
UMIIS POPULAR RF> ort . UNDERTHE the big red apples.”
horse has been twitched with a cord ami the good name of Mr. Gabbett is i ces.
(6:4::90;60). In other words, multi­
/■nilE PROPRIETOR. JOS. WETTERER. I new management, i-furnishing the best
1 has now on hand ami is constantly man­ brand' of liquors, winesand cigars. The
T he young man who boasted that to insure his quietness while being left cloudh and above suspicio n
ply Hie length of the shadow of the
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern reading table is supplied with Eastern peri­ he could marry any girl he pleased, shod or having had to tubiuil to ?ome
tree by the height of the stick, and di­
III
:
avv
»now
storms
and
unprece-
Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to odicals and leading papers of the Coast.
Lund
that
he
celt
Id
uot
please
any.
$
’
UBs>
RIPE
lui
Ihv
1ÌME8.
vide by the shadow of the slick.
p.liuiul
Optluiiuu.
duuted
void
weather
prevails
iu
Idaho.
Give
uif
a
call.
spit purchasers. Cal l and lest the article.
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