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THE <’. P. K. R. VS. THE PEOPLE.
She gmcratic aimes.
T. G. REAMES.
Wliu are the Kevoluliouists.
We have a President who never was !
The political campaign that has been
waging fiercely In California for sever elected.
IMÍitial Paper for Jackson, Josephine & Lake. al weeks past will come to a crisis next Wo have a Supreme Court, three Odd Fellows' Building, Jacksonville, Oregon,
Wednesday. The situation lean illus- members of which violated law, oath ;
AUGUST 29, 1879.
tiation of confusion worse confounded and justice to count In the unelected
DEALER & WORKER IN
T he Republicans in tho four States and il ma>’ beaconnndrum unsolved at President.
AHEAD AS USUAL!!
We have a Congress, representing1
of Maine, California, Ohio and Iowa ; present with which party the average
have nominated Just one soldier for Californian will cast his lot on election the majority of tho people, but not per- TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc.
BY ADOPTING A
office. There are two Democratic sol day. Five parties have candidates in mitted to act by a fraudulent Execu-;
dier candidates in Ohio and two in the field, all of whom will not be elect tive and a fanatical minority.
CASH BASIS ! J
ed; but which will be wo can more ea-| We have the monstrous theory that
Iowa. Comment is unnecessary.
I sily tell in our next issue. The Re 1 the Legislative ¡8 to obey the wishes
T he chances of the Honorable Bilks publicans are more firmly united and of the Executive, not the Executive to
of California are not improved mat© 1 bettor organized than the balance, execute the laws of the Legislative. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, TPIIE MUSICAL COURSE OF THIS INSTITUTE WILL OPEN ON THE FIRST OF
September and is divided in four quarters, each comprising twenty-four leBsons.
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
rlally by the De Young Kalloch affair, I something that augurs well for their sue- i We have tho assumption that there
SCALE OF PRICES •
the Chronicle being their accredited cess. Nevertheless the Democracy ; | Is but one man to “save the country ”
Piano, per term.............................................................................................................
organ. Dr. Glenn is liable to lose hopes to elect Dr. Glenn and a major!- ' and he Grant; but one party to rule—
Singing, per term.......................................... ..............................................................
some votes through it, though not nec
Violin, “ “ ...........................................................................................................
24 00 Ever Known in a Regular Business,
Cithern, “ “ ...........................................................................................................
. 30 00
they are by either the Workingmen or great duty of the day, that to defy tho
Instructions in Composing and Thorough Bass.................................................
H on . J. 8. P almer , joint Senator' Honorable Bilks, as Denis Kearney has will of a clear majority of tbo people, A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES Calling at private residences, por term of 24 lessons....................................... .
I SE OF IXBTBl'MEKT 81 ADBITIONAL A MONTH.
from Polk and Benton counties, died dubbed the members of the New Con
Is this a real republic? Ia thia popu-
Pupils are received at any period, and special attention Is paid to those who have but
suddenly of heart disease at Corvallis stitution Party, Congressmen aro to lar self-government? Ia it not, on the
on the 21th. He was a profit Inent be elected, but as there is a Btrong contFBry, breaking up tho character of |
For further particulars apply at the Musical Institute.
citizen of the State and generally es probability that the delegation will be government very fast?
teemed for his sterling qualities, of divided between tho old parties, little! Which is worse—dividing or de POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
stroying a republic? Which is more
Which he bad not a few.
political significance attaches itself to terrible—breaking up tho form or the
GENERAL MERCHANDISE 11
Fuse and Caps,
TnE Mormon question is assuming a this election. It is nothing more or charactor of a government?
formidable attitude auJ hastens to so less than a struggle between the peo-l Ilad tho rebels of 18G1 succeeded,
thoy would have only divided tho re
lution. Prompt measures should be pie and Central Pacific Railroad Com public. But if tho stalwart crew of
taken for tho suppression of this cry pany for the possession of the State the Indefinite Term and Robeson order Wooden and Willow Ware
ing evil, so uncomplimentary to the government, and monopoly bids succeed they will destroy it,
American people. The Government fair to succeed by reason of tho divis
TO SELECT FROM IN
On Iler Travel..
can no longer squint at it and maintain ion among its opponents. Tho ticket
Millie Christine, the double-beaded !
l headed by Geo. C. Perkins, himself a
I Any One Store in Southern
K alloch is fast recovering and will monopolist closely identified with va
Oregon or Northern
ance in California. This wonderful I PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS
be prepared to receive votes for May rious transportations companies, repre-
or of San Francisco on next Wednes • sents the C. P. R. R. as well as tho curiosity has two heads, four arms,
greater portion of tho Republican par four legs and one body. Each head i
day. There can hardly bo doubts of ty, the railway emissaries lending no
his election now. De Young did it hidden hand in foisting it upon their
with his little pistol. A sensation of chosen allies. Another election will sings while the othor talks, or both;
this kind takes hugely witli the people be held in November of next year in can sing together, ono voice being a Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hose.
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
i pursuance of the provisions of the Now contralto and the other a soprano. Iler
of the Bay City.
Constitution, and we livo in hope that (or their) parents were slaves in North
I t is a significant fact that since the the Golden State will awaken to the
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR MY FALL AND WINTER STOCK I WILL Spring and Summer Dry-Goods
Carolina at her (or their) birth. Both ;
sell for the next SIXTY DAYS my entire line of
Democrats obtained the mastery of the necessities of the hour in time to wrest
heads are woll educated. Our towns-;
House the lobby has utterly disappear
man B. F. Dowell saw them dur
ed from Washington, which is an ar ant monopoly that threatens to levy
tribute upon her every Industry with ing his sojourn at Washington several
gument every farmer and mechanic a relentless hand.
LADIES’ DtlESS GOODS, CASHMERES
years ago and drew a vivid pen pic- J Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
AND DIAGONALS. SILKS AND
can understand. It mean« that huge
ture in his correspondence to the Sen-' ing promptly and in superior style.
SATINS, BOOTS & SHOES,
and wasteful leaks in tho Treasury
tinel. lie then gave it as his opinion
have been stopped.
Tho De Young-Kalloch affair at San ’ that Millie was truly wonderful, and
California journals substantiate the'
T he Orcyonian is anxious to leave Francisco, which has excited so much accuracy of bis views, though we have TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
the impression that Tilden is a dead comment in the past few days, is the not seen as concise a biographical I hand a full and first-class stock of
cock in the pit; but if tho old man upshot of depraved journalism. The I sketch as Mr. Dowell favored us with.
H’E CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
CLOTHING. Etc., Etc.,
was compelled to pay full ratos for the editors of the Chronicle htul found it
»» ladies to the iact that we have now on
hand the largest and best selected assort
NEW THIS WEEK.
DRY GOODS. Gum Boots. TOBACCO.
advertising dono gratuitously in that advantageous to attack Kalloch as a
ment of LA DI ES' DRESS GOODS and FAN
tifili »ill 1 ><»l*y CJompiirisoli CY G< )< IDS of every description in Southern
Journal his “bar’l” would soon exhaust candidate for Mayor in a vovy person
NOTICE ! !
Oregon, and we will henceforth make this
itself. It Increases his chances just al manner, and as the latter sought to
I line of goods our specialty and sell them at
■at she will
fight them with the same fire DoYoung 4 lOOACRE LAND WARRANT IS GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc.
one- half of one per cent.
>r beds and
Cheaper than the Cheapest. roinfortable
resorted to the pistol as his mode of i v 1 *1* * offered for sale by B. W. Hus J&r Everything sold at reasonable rates.
Tn E shooting of Dixon, independent I
ton, Administrator of David Huston’s es
yon of singlo
To the gentlemen we will say, it yoa
cancelingall indebtedness. The Chron
For particulars apply at the Clerk’s Give me a <-all.
are al wav s
candidate for Sheriff ol Yazoo county, icle'* course was deprecable in the first tate.
Jacksonville, Feb. IS, 1875.
B. W. HUSTON,
Miss., by Barksdale, proves to be a
have the l»e>t STOCK OF CLOTHING in
place; but Kalloch erred in placing Jacksonville, Aug. 22, 1879.
Jackson county and will allow noonetonn-
personal affair altogether. Tho Re himself upon a level with it in revamp
' dersell us.
publican machine ia busily engaged in ing tho slander upon the family of its MACHINES FOR SALE
These goods were all purchased by a mem
ber of our firm from Fl RST-CLASS HOUS
making it a political affair of. national proprietors published by B. F. Nap- I
ES in San Francisco and New York, and we
Importance and i? not particular as to thaly in the Stm several years ago. If I 1 HAVE
will warrant every article and_sell them
Sewing Machines, in good order, which
»iheaper tor cash than any house in'T'OunCy
how highly it is colored. Verily cap he was libeled the De Youngs were I will sell very cheap, ami warrant for one
» We also keep on hand a full stock of
ital rnu-t he Bearce wheu a party is
amenable to the law, and unless privilege of exchanging during that limo
driven to such straits.
for tho new Singer, allowing the same price
San Francisco justice is very slow for tho old machine which was paid for it.
HA RDWA RE, ( T’TLER Y, GLASSWARE,
T he principal portion of tho press he would have been vindicated in All kindsof sowing machines eleaned, re
of Eastern Oregon is at present advo tho Courts. Such a vindication is
I). H. FEATHERS.
cating the formation of a new State out of moment and of more effect than Jacksonville, Aug. 25, 1879.
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND G00D8,
of that section and a slice off Wash i n gton any amount of billingsgate and vi
First Session will Commence Sept. 15th, 1579.
GK EAT C l Ï A Si r 1ST PRICES!
Farm and Freight Wagon«,
Territory. There is as much proba tuperation he could shower. It is a
bility of the scheme succeeding as poor rule that does not work both ways
Plows, Gang Plows & Sulky Plows.
—WILL BE GIVEN AT—
there Is of those editors getting to and what we have said of Kalloch is
1 È ÎI t OX
I ? cad
In fact everything from the finest needle
Heaven. And then we need that equally as applicable to De Young The Poorman’s Creek House
to a threshing-machine. Give us a call and
judge for yourselves as to our caj*acity of
1,000 Democratic majority east of the Ile committed tho first wrong and is
goods as above.
mountains furnishes in the business.
GROCERIES, TOBACCO, &c
all the more culpable because of it. The
The wav to make money is to save it. To
• save it buy cheap. To buy cheap ¡»ay CASH
sanctity of the family circlets above
T he harbor of refuge still remains the mud of the pot-house politician, Monday Evening, Sept. 8, 1879.
I for vour goods and buy of
piRTHE PURPOSE OF FOUNDING THE
unlocated. Tho question is losing its which nothing could more fully sub
Ashland College and Normal School, the
interest ever slnco the Board of En stantiate than his own conduct in this WICKETS, INCLUDING SUrPF.R, $2.50. property known as the Ashland Academy has
been placed, free from debt, under the control
gineers insinuated that its location
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of a Board of Trustees, who have inaugurated
anywhere would not I mj a necessity. full duty In warning the people against modation of guests. A cordial invitation is tho enterprise by filling the following positions
an unworthy candidate for political
Ex-Senator Mitchell, in a letter to a preferment; but in its zeal to further the extended to all.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, etc.
Portland paper, seetns to intimate that election of its own nominee the Chron
REV. LOWELL I., ROGERS, A. M.,President;
Prints, 15 yds for......
It is not discretionary with the Board icle has exceeded the bounds of legit
Professor of Mental and Moral Sciences.
. 9 and upward
Muslin per yd............
W. I. NICHOLS, A. M., Vice President; Men’s bats, each........
whether the harbor is actually necessa
Professor of Mathematics.
Men’s boots per ¡»air
ry now or not, and that it went with of a liheler. As such it merits the
A. A. ROGERS, Preceptress;
severest criticism of tho public, aggra THOMAS’ SAW-MILL.
out the pale of its authority in calling vated as it must be by this second of
Teacher ot English Grammar.
('often flannel shirts and drawers, each.
for the views of the people of different lense against moral law.
MRS. JENNIE BALDWIN NICHOLS,
Men’s cloth suits worth $15.00 for...........
AT THE MEADOWS,
Teacher of Music ami French.
localities, being considered a national
Men’s cloth pants worth 86.00 for............
Other competent instructors will be secured
improvement fn every sense of the
And various other articles too numerous to mention. Call and examine as it costs noth
[S NOW FULLY PREPARED TO Fl’ll- as fast as the needs of the Institution require, ing to satisfy yourself.
On our first page we publish an ex 1 iiish tho market with every description so that pupils may be ¡»rovided with the best
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
lumber of a superior quality. This mill facilities for comment ing and completing the i
I t is given as one of the Incidents tract from tho daily »Standard, of
1 ura in announcing tn the public that ho
is new throughout and furnished with the following
of the Kentucky election that while which is not slow in leaving the im latest and most improved machinery,
has just received a complete ami first-class
COURSES OF STUDY:
assortment of < tent's Furnishing Goods,
thereby ensuring the speedy fulfillment of
1. C lassical , requiring six years, including
no material changes took place in the pression that tho trade of Southern all
such as Hats, Shirts, Underwear, etc.; l>est
orders at most reasonable prices. Bills preparatory studies. Graduates receive the
brands of Cigars and Tobacco; Pipes, No
political aspect as fur as the old parties Oregon is something to be looked af sawed to order with dispatch.
Degrees of A. B. and A. M.
Vi-Give me a trial and I will prove what
tions, Fancy Goods, Glassware, Crockery,
2. S cientific , requiring four years. Degree
are concerned, tho greenback and ter by Portland business men, and I say, for satisfaction is guaranteed in every
Musical Instruments, Bin! Cages, Station
oonferred, B. S.
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Albums,
J. B. THOMAS.
workingman’s parties were no factor that it is high timo that onergetic case.
3. N okmai ,, C ommercial , and M usical , oc
Toys, Candies. Nuts, etc., w hich will lie sold
Tablo Rock, August 26, 1879.
cupying three years each. Diplomas given cer PLANED LUMBER OF ALT. KINDS
at all in the campaign, being almost measures were adopted toward secur
at the <-hea|»est rates. Give me a call and
tifying to attainments of graduates.
1 can tie hail in quantities to suit by writ
see for yourselves.
entirely lost sight of. The slight in ing it for themselves. Thotenor of the!
ing to the undersigned, at J. P. Parker’s
Tuition in four Collegiate Branches, $6 a steam saw mill on Big Butte creek. Floor
crease in the Democratic majority may Standard'^ article is that tho O. & C. In tho County Court of Jackson county,
month. Music, S5 a month (use of instrument ing, Rustic. Ceiling ami Mouldings can be
be ascribed to the fact that nearly R. R. should be extended southward i State ot Oregon, sitting for probate busi •Si additional). Vocal music in class, $3 a had in any quantity. We can plane lum WHERE A COMPLETE AND MAGNIF-
ness on Saturday, August 23, 1879.
every Democratic Greenbacker of the into Jackson county and make Portland In tlie matter of the Estate of P. W. Stow, quarter. Boardin Boarding Bailor in Private ber 21 inches wide—in fact all kindsof lum tV icent assortment of new goods has
Families, $3.50 to $4.50 a week. Rooms or ber necessary to build houses—all of which just been received, consisting in part of
year liefore returned to his first love. certain of the increasing trade of this
an insane person.
Cottages fur self-boarding, S'2 to S5 ¡»er month. can be got ready for use at the mill. Par- I
And thia is and will be the case every
ties who intern! building can save hauling
To Jas. yf. Stow, Martha Ann Collins, Man/',
PARTIAL LIST OF TEXT BOOKS.
(.athcrine Ivor;/, John Stow and all others^ Robinson’s Mathematics, Steele s Series in more lumber than they need. Bills, plans
where before the Presidential election
interested therein :
FOURTH STREET, JACKSONVILLE.
Natural Science«, Harkness’ Latin. Fasijuell's and estimates can be had either at the mill CARPETS,
on Big Butte or at their shop in Jackson
not fail in having full weight with the1
ville. < »regon.
McAndrews, guardian of said Richardson's Piano Instruction.
T he Yreka Journal is eithor run railroad authorities. Our people would P. I W. Tims.
JiiUAll orders will receive prompt atten
Stow, has filed a petition, praying for PROMINENT FEATURES AND ITEMS OF
SMITH <fc WAISMAN.
A\ ING TAKEN CHARGE OF THE
ning wild on land grabbing or it is too
an order of said Court to sell all real prop
raise no objection to tho overtures erty
shop formerly occupied by Dan. Crone
1. The College will lx» chartered; and the
anxious to make a point on Dr. Glenn, made by Portland and they could rely viz:
miller, situated north of Cardwell’s Livery
Stable, I am now prepared to do
Tho undivided one-fourth interest in a Normal or Training School for Teachers will be NEW STATE HOTEL,
the Democratic candidate for Governor
BOOTS & SHOES,
upon the C. P. R. R. pushing the Cal certain tract of land situated and lying in made, it is hoped by special enactment, an ad
of California, because ho owns a large
GEX ER A I. HI.ACKKMITMIKU
county, Oregon, and being dona junct of the Public School system, and I>iplo-j
ifornia end forward as soon as active Jackson
mas ma»le equivalent to first-grade certificates.
tract of land In Colusa county. To
in the best manner and on short notice.
operations are commenced on the other Stow, his wife, notification No. 12 and 2. Ashland has no sal<»ons. The sale of in C. W. SAVAGE,
HATS AND CAPS,
My terms aro reasonable. Satisfaction guar
make good its charges that Dr. Glenn
claim No. 5], being parts of sections 8 and toxicating liquors is prohibited by the City au
enJ. From present appearances it is 9,
! in township No. 36, south ot range, 1 west, thorities, who are sustained l»y a strong public
anteed. Give me a trial.
TOBACCOS & CIGARS,
is a “land-shark” it asserts that he has
/■ir Horse-shoeing a specialty.
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PI.EAS-
apparent that we must necessarily containing 321 acres.
3. The SeluMil will l»e under the supervision
Therefore, notice is hereby given that the
grabbed 72,000 acres of swamp and
urc in announcing that he has fitted up
HARDWARE & TINWARE,
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1S78,
Wait for years ere any hopes of rail prayer ot said petition will be heard and de of an Evangelical ('hristian Church. -The Bi
desert land in Grant county, Oregon, way communication shall be realized. termined at Jacksonville, in said county ble will be reverently read and studied; the building for hotel purposes and that the
and is also interested in tho C. A O. The people of Southern Oregon should an»! State, on the 27th day of September, worship of God encouraged; but the Institu house is now open for the reception of Beautiful Ladies’ Haïs & Flowers,
1879, at 10 o’clock a . m ., at which time all
will be sectarian in no objectionable sense. guests.
Land Company, all of which will be by this time be awaro of the fact that parties interested are notified to appear and tion
4. Book keej'ing, Business Arithmetic, Eng
PAINTS & GLASS.
news to those well acquainted iu the it is u-eless to tarry longer for help show cause why an order ot sale should not lish Composition and other branches specially Will be constantly supplied with the best
for Business Life, n ill receive un the market affords. Meals can be obtained Children’s Carriages, Velocipedes and FORWARDING &. COMMISSION AGENT
matter. Dr. Glenn did at ono time from ehewhere. We must awaken Published in the D emochatic T imes for preparatory
at all hours.
from tho lethargy that has overcome four eonseeutive weeks by order of Hon. usual attention.
The beds aro new and kept clean and no
5. The Preceptress will give her chief atten
own an interest in a large band of cat us for years and strike out boldly for Silas J. Day, C'ountv Judgo.
tion to the care and oversight of the young la
E. IL WATSON, Clerk.
tle ranging in Grant county, but that ourselves. Railway aniicij»?Hons are
isfaction in every particular.
he was possessed of ,«o great an amount chimerical an»l the sooner wo rid our-
6. An Endowment of $20,000 will be, there
(’. W. SAVAGE.
ERCHANTS OF JACKSONVILLE
In fact everything to be found in a first
of land is known only to the editor of selves of them the lietter. Our only
and vicinity ahi oping good« via Rob
NOT FAIT, to lend
bling the Trustees to reduce the ¡»resent rates
will find it to their advantage to ship
tbe Journal, whose Imagination seems relief lies in a wagon road to the coast
for our NEW FI-.D E
FARM FOR SALE.
of tuition, specially to Teachers, after the pres-1
^B 89 ^B LIST. More C' lnplHte
through thia house. Ample warehouse
to be rather fertile about election and no delay should bo made in secur
ent year. Address communications to
safe and caretui storage, and businesa
descriptions of every
rpiIE FARM KNOWN AS THE JOHN
That Defy Competition. ■ ' room,
time. There never was any objection ing this at once. What measures shall
promptly attended to.
thin« required f »r
L. Murphy place, lying in the vicinity i
ptrional or family
Ashland College and Normal School, ot 1 Bear
S. Marks A Co., J. C. Flood,
to Dr. Glenn’s owning and tilling his be adopted in the matter others more
mt, with over 1000 Illustrations. Send nine
creek, eight miles from Jacksonville I The highest price allowed for country pro- G. References:
cents for It. (Stamps will do. ) We sell all goods
broad acres until it became convenient famdiar with it should suggest. The
at wholesale prices In quantities to suit the pur
for sale cheap. It contains I'M)
160 acres of tho 1
chaser. The only Institution tn America who
Give me a call at my establishment in Charges on Freight.......................... ,(K, per ton
for demagogues to harp upon it in the columns of the T imes are always open
Diako tills their special business. Address.
Salt por car load.......... 80 “ “
o and be convinced that
MONTGOMRKV WAKO • CO.,
hope of creating some cheap capital foi the discussion of questions of such
O ffice . Copp’s Hand-book of Mining with living water. For
further particulars there is no humbug about this.
¡ Mark vour goods: Care of U. L. M.
Law always kept on hand. Price ?! a copy. enquire at this office.
E. JACOBS. 1 Roseburg
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
FOR SIXTY DAYS !
Important Reduction m Pnces
ALL FOR CASH!!
rr<> rrnic i
PRO BONO PUBLICO !
To the People of Northern California anil
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THE NEW YORK STORE AHEAD ! !
A GRAND BALL!
BRECKENFELD ’ S !
E. JACOBS’ STORE
H. L. MURTON