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l'rcm Usjpers Weekly.
A Money Sing.
Mr. Vanderbilt controls 2,l5o. miles'
bl railway, consul tiling lite main line
between the West and the seaboard,
and the chic outlet of sach cities as
Chicago, Toledo, Cleveland, Schenec
tady, Troy, Albany, Hudson, Pough
keepsie, and other riverside towns.
The property which be thus ad minis,
ters is represented on the stock ex-
change by securities equal to $215,000,.
000, and its gros income last year was
not less than $45,000,000 more tban
the whole income of the United States
Government a lew years sgo.
It is impossible to contemplate this
vast aggregation of money power and
commercial control in the bands of
one man without feeling concern for
the result. Neither military, nor po
litical, nor commercial supremacy can
be pushed beyond certain limits with
out danger. It would seem as though
ttie limit in this case had been reached.
$et, not content with the mastery
of 2,150 miles of railway, involving in
a large degree the internal trade of the
.States of Illinois, Indiaua, Ohio and
New York, it is well understood that
in October next, at the annual election
of the Western Union Telegraph Cora-
"pany, the Commodore will enter into
possession of that great property like
wise, with its sixty or seventy tbous
and miles of wires, its forty millions of
capital, and its eight or nino millions
of revenue. When this occurs, not
only will the commerce of the four
chief States of the North be subject to
Mr. Vanderbilt under such feeble re
strictions as our Legislatures may im
posebut the whole telegraphic cor
respondence of the country will obey
his law. He may prescribe not only
what shall be the price of a barrel of
flour in New York, but also when, and
at what cost, citizens may communi
cate with each other by telegraph.
Of course he will be subject to legis
lative control. What that will amount
to we all know. In the past, no Leg
ihlature in this State has ever dared to
beard him. He will be a bold man,
indeed, who attempts to do so now,
when bis resources are so unbounded
and his power so far reaching. It was
said that the late James Fisk, Jr., who
controlled a paltry 450 miles of Erie,
running through a half-settled count y,
could, on an emergency, bring 25,000
votes into the field. At how many
votes, then, can we reckon theShaster
of 2,150 miles of railway through a
i thickly settled country, and 75,000
miles of telegraph ? It is, moreover,
one thing to pass laws, and quite an
other to execute them against a man
fertile in resource energetic in action,
- . ,oUajnate.in combat, and inexhaustible
Clearly Crazy. The New York
Tribune speaks rather pointedly when
it says: "A very touching case of men
tal alienation in a very charming
young lady is described by a very
careful observer. Not long ago her
mother found her in her room energet
ically darning stockings, and soon
after she disappeared in the kitrben
and helped that wondering dame in
making and baking bread and pastry.
Alarmed by these fearful signs of in
tellectual disorder, her fond parents
immediately sent for a physician, who
watched her through a keyhole while
she sewed buttons on her father's gar
ments and mended those of her little
brother. Much affected, the venerable
man remarked that never during a
medical practice of twenty-five years
had he known any symptoms like
these. The most heartrending phase
of all, however, was shown the other
day, when the kind father, in the hope
of rousing her from her sad state, gave
her $200 and told Tier to buy a new
dress. Alas! 'twas useless. She in
stantly observed that she didn't need a
new dress, and if he would give her
$25 to pay a poor, widow's rent, she'd
much rather he'd take the rest of the
money for himself. For a few mo
ments that grief stricken old gentle-"
man gazed upon his hapless child, then
biding his face, muttered between his
sobs, 'Her mind is gone ! her mind is
gone 1' "
Chinese Bridges. Some of tho
bridges in Chiua are of extraordinary
beauty and magnificence. There is.
. one near Pekin built entirely of while
marble, elaborately ornamented. Oth
ers are found over the canals of still
greater magnificence, and with a
grand triumphal arch at each end, and
some, intead of being built with
arches, are flat from one side of the
canal to the other, marble slabs oi
great length being laid on piers so nar
row and airy that the bridge looks as
if it were suspended in air. From the
amaziug facilities afforded by the num
erous canals for transporting goods by
water, these bridges do not require to
be built of great strength, for only foot
passengers ue the bridges, which is
the, reason they are of such elegant
and fanciful construction. These
bridges are built with a number of
arches, the central arch being about,
forty teet wide and high enough for
vessels to pass through without strik
ing their masts. The elevation of
iheta bridges renders steps necessary.
They resemble, in this respect, the old
bridges of Venice, on which you
ascend by steps on one side, and.de
scend on the other side. Chain
bridges were not made in this country
for more than eighteen centuries after
they frere known in China..
Tub New Haven bootmaker who
drew $40,000 in the Havana lottery
ftete elevated a peg' or two. "
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HAS JUST RECEIVED
ALABGE ADDITION TO HIS AL
, ready well Selected Stock of
JEWELRY & SILVERWARE.
GOLD WATCHES k CHAINS, SILVER
WATCHES 4 CHAINS, from the Boat cel
ebrated MANUFACTURERS of America
sod Europe, which is offered to the TRADE
at PRICES to SUIT THE TIMES.
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A New lot of Eight Day and Thirty Hour
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Cleaned tod
Repaired, and WARRANTED.
A LOT of Silver Plated Spoon, Knives k
Forkg, aod Castors. Music Boxes, Accor
deoos. Guitars aod Violins, Guitar and Violin
Strings, the best in 'market.
I A Large asrortment of
Just received a Urge lot of
Toys for Holiday.
Great assortment of Cigars, Pipes k Tobacco,
Fine Cot for smoking aod chewing, aod all
-SPECTACLES OF ALL KINDS
Agent,, for Florence, Grover k Baker and
Howe, Sewing Machines. A Large assort
ment of SILK. & COTTON THREAD
On Oregon street, Jaehonrille
Manning &Lsh, Proprietors.
ItespectfuuUy InTorm the pablto that, they
have a fine stock 'of
HARNESS, BUGGIES k CARRIAGES
and I am prepared to furnish mj patrons, aod
the public generally, with as
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
horses hired to go to any part of the country
Animals . )
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Horses broke to work single or doable. Hor
ses boarded, and the best cars bestowed upon
them while In my charge.
I My Terms are reasonable.
A liberal share of the public patronage It
MANNING & ISn.
Jacksonville. July 15, 1871.
Salo, cftJ OESjcoliAiige
8 T .AIS Xj OS .
KUBLI & WILSON,
rPRE proprietors have recently purchased thi
JL POTC WCM-EDOWQ BIBUU, Biiuaica on mt
corner of t-
California and Fourth Street::,
Where, the very best horses and buggies can bt
had at'all times, at reasonable rates. Tbeir Ftocl
of roadsters cannot be equalled la the State
" On reasonable terms, and the best-care and
attention bestowed upon them while under theii
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Being satisfied that they can give sattcfac
Hon, the proprietors solicit the patronge ol
(Jacksonville, Jnns 11. 1870.
OEEGON ft CALIFORNIA RAILROAD
- Compaay, Xand Department. Portland,
OregoD, ApHl.5. 18T2. Notice la hereby eiTen,
that c rijoroui prosecution wlllba luitituted
against any and every person who trespasses
upon any railroad Land, by cutting and remor
iag timber therefrom before the same is
BOUGHT of the Company AND PAID FOB.
All vacant Land in odd numbered sections,
whether surveyed or nnsarreyed, within a dis
tance oi mirty miles from mt line or the road,
oeieags to ine company,
. . . I. B.HOOHES.
aprli-tf Uad Ageat.
City Drug Store
BITTERS One Dollar.
LA " "
AYER'S CHERRY PEC-
TORAL " "
WILD CIIERRY.... " "
HALL'S BALSAM FOR
THE LUNGS " "
KING " "
ANT " '
TERS " "
ALL KINDS OF PILLS
PERBOX 25 cents.
And other goods in our line will be sold at a
greatly reduced prices
ROBB & KAHLER.
Sore Throat. Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup,
Liver Complaint, Bronchitis, Asthma, Bleeding
of the Langs, and every affection of the throat.
longs and chest, are speedily and permanently
cored by the use of
Br. Wislar'i Baltam of Wild Cherry. -"
This mil hnoicn preparation dots not dry up tf
cough and leave the eaust behind, at it the ease in'lA
most medicines, but it loosens aid cleanses the lungs
andaUays irritation, thus removing the cause of the
Consumption cab be Cured
by a timely 'resort to this standard remedy, as
li proved by hund.eds of testimonials xecejved
Iit the nroDrietoni.i None cenulne unless signed
I. BcTTsTSEnrWTTowtE & Sot.s7 Proprietors;-
DUeiUU CUIU.UJ neuuiuguu. uukii vrv.,
San Francisco, and Jy dealers, generally.
Address and Confcs-
SION or JrFGOOD.who cured
himself, and printed for young
men and others suffering fromjNervous Debili
ty, Loss of Manhood, ImpotencyrVc the ef
f eta of Indiscretion and telf-abase; farnhblng
hlsSELF CURE, and sent free on receiving a
stamp or post-paid envelop. Address"-'
JONATBAN F.:aOOD. t
UUCft UUA f
en 28 '72yl San Fr&efeco. CtL
XJJR- LE RICHATJ'S
GOLDEN BALSAM,! ,
Aflr tin ftus' IrlUonUiUCout hit
proren ItscU tho only curatlro in a CfiUln cli.
ofiUeMejpiiuuaoel ljrmtllcl inctlUon- '
rs u incurable.
Dr.LcBicto GOLDEN BAIi AM Ko.-i -
cure Chancres first nl Mond stag 1. Bom on
tht Ix-gJ or Uody; 6or Er, Tin. New.'ie.i
Oopper-colercd Blotches. Syphilitic burro,
DueoeU Scalp, ana all primary tonus of tb
dlttaM known a Sjpbilis. Price, 13 pr bot.
tie, or two tor 13.
Dr.LsBichju'gGOLM BALSAM Ho.2
rarei Tertiary, Mercurial, Syphilitic Jthenma.
ilsm, Pains ia tha Hone. Ear kof tho Net k. 1 1,
mated Son Throat. Syphilitic Rath. Lumps
and ContnetM Cnnls, Stinnws of the Limit,
ami eradicate all diaeaces from tneryttcDi.
vhether canaed by Indiscretion or abuse cl
mercury tearing tho blood pure and bctl by.
rriee, SJjnr bottle, or two for 0.
Dr.LeHicWs GOLDEN SPAMH A!!-
tldote, for tho Cars of Oonnorbcea, Gleet. Irrl.
ttion, GraTel, and all Trinsry tr Ocnltal
"junngements. Price, $U0 rcr bottle.
Dr. Le Euan's GOLDEN SPANISH IH-
Jectlon.awasli and Injection fcrserereows
of Oonnorhcea, Inflammatory Gleet. Strii tun s,
nd all disuses of tho JUancys and Eladiir.
Price. l JO per bottle.
Alto Ajtntj ferDB. IX RICHltTS GOIXEU
TILLS for Seminal X?inet. Xirbt Eniia
slons, Impotenryrand alt AiseagrBarialnKfn m
jtasturbation and exeefiiTo abu. I r're, f J
per bottle. The genuine GoLBU. TiiTifJ Is
put np only in round bottles.
On receipt of price, these medicines will
e sent to all prt of tho country, by ejprces
er mail, securely packed and frto -from obscr-
Tsuon. solo Agents,
C T. RICHARDS fc CO.
Wholesale and Ketail Draggista and.
Oitmlsta, S W.'cor. Clay k Bansomo'
stRbts, Baa mncuco, ui.
June 21, lt)73 1
, Notice to Miners
ISTHEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE BEEN
duly appointed, aud tbat my bonds hare
been duly approved, as.
' - 17. e DEPCTT 8CRTKT4Jr7'
Of Mineral Claims for Mining District No. 1, in
the Stale of Oregon. WOBce near Ashland
0t$oa- T .. , B. F. MYER.
October 1, 18721y. s 7
9 xn ca. 11 Profl-ti
DAVID CRONEMILLER& CO., ,
1 THE OLD ETANDOP '
. Mir.T.VR JL an k vvnw
Art pn-parrd to do Blaeksaithing of all kinds!
vmh "... .in, wy iMiusMutiy ua jsaaa smsusffai
of iron, steel, horse shoes and horse nails,0 ;
Belts. Bam CUm. ri ir'ilV
I mad ererj thing in tbe blacksmith! line forile
cheap for cash, and will sell, fir Mth oaly.
JakannTllla Vm a icav.r .f.- "
XtTB AfiEi Sif P TO A?fHOTJNCE THAT
iVV the i Ashland Aeademy Is rapidly ap
proaching cempletlon. , and wiH commence Its
first term on the first Monday of ueat October.
No eipefee 'or pains' wjll be spared' lo make
itarrOmslnvltlnztoall: and'in situation, for
health aod beautr1. we believe the Ashland-
Acaiemy js not sorpassea by any tcnooi in toe
land. It will be folly furnished with Maps,
Chalts, Pianos, Organs. Philosophic apparatos,
Ac., and much care will be taken to secure for
It a competent Board of Instructors.
'' TUITION. PER TERM.
Primary..... 4..., S4 00
Preparatory r 5 00
Sub Junior.. 6 00
LJunior,... 4, 7 00
Senior 8 00
Languages, each, per term. :. $3 00
Penciling, " 3 00
Painting, 4 .- 10 00
Instrumental Music, " " ... 10 00
Use of instrument, " " 3 00
Book keeping, single
entry. ,... 3 00
Book keeping doable
reentry, ' " " ....... 6 00
Beard can be had In private families, or
with' the Principal's family for $3 50 per
week, exclusive of washing. We believe that
no academy ia the Slate offers like inducements
at 'such low rates. If further Information is
desirtd.it maj be obtained by calling on Rev
J. ll.-Skidmore at Ashland, Jackson count"
ST. KAKT'S ACADEMY.
The Sisters of (lie Holy Names,
s- Jacksonville, Oregon.
Board and Tuition per Term 340 00
Entrance fee, only once . . 5 00
Piano ,.., ,-..,.., 15 00
Drawing and Painting 8 00
Bai and Bedding w...- 4 00
! SELECT DAY SCUOOL
Primary, per term..., C 00
Ju'nior , 8 00
Senior 10 00
Tie scholastic year commences about the
-ofddloof August, aud is divided inlo lour
sessions of eleven weeks each. Pupils are
ifcelved at any time, and their term will be
counted from the day of tbeir entrance. For
further particulars apply at the academy.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
., OPPOSITE THE
Travelers' and resident boarders will find
Placed in'ErSt class order, and In every
Way, superior to any in this section, and
Unsurpassed by any la the State.
HER 1NXS ABE NEWLY FURNISHED
And a plentBfl supply of the best of every
thing the isfcrltet affords will be ob-
Hereafter, her House will be kept open all
night, and square meals can, be had at any time
through the night. Ojsters prepared in every
style, lunches etc. to be had. Stage passengers,
and others, out late at night, can always find a
good fire, hot meals,. aud good beds at tbe above
No trouble will be spared to deserve the pat
ronage ef Ihe traveling as well ts the perma
Jacksonville, I)ec.,25. 18C9 tf
STEAM SAW MILL.
Una Mile East or John S tout's Farm,
A ND ABOUT 30 MILES northeast from
XV Jacksonville. Every description of lum
ber sawed from good
SHgar Pine, Yellow Pine and Fir
timber, kept constantly on band or sawed to
oraer. in connection witn my mill I nave a
and will dress lumber for all who mar wish it.
and will alio keep DRESSED LUMBER a all
times on hand. WJI. PATTERSON.
September 1, 1872-m3.
VEIT SCIIUTZ, Proprietor.
nnnE public is respectfully in
1 formed that they can find, at any time, at
the CITY BREWERY, the best of Lager Beer,
n quantities to suit toe purcnaser.
Jacksonville, Jan. 15. 1870-tf
IX and COURT BLANKS
of all kinds, kept on hand for tale, or prjnttd
to uiucr at ims uiucs.
. , -. JACKSONVILLE, OREOOS.
DOiVX JNTHE FINEST STYLE OF ART.
, OR ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZE.
fctOnCE TO QUARTZ MINERS.
I M r. m. P. L. Hallock,
V'a 'jitALftASATb'R JaND, ASSATB. of' Cal-
XX- non, wki wspect mines and machinery.
asd (ire gwwsJi;Iafernwalon on mining. In-jlrtf.-gBr.
J. T. GLENN.
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Address with cash,, al'iv-l , , ,
jantm3. 142 Lucille St., Chicago.
First Door West of IVMtc ti Martin
PLAIN AND FANCyCANDIES
ETC., ETC., ETC.
PredHce taken' 1m Xxchabge.
-OITEilE ACALt-'-ga'. ",
Jacksonville, Dec. I41872i. ,
'trX JLOn DAT IrAeJeoU wanted!
t&O TO tSyOJ All daws of working peo
ple, of either sex. voiine'or old. make'mnrrt
jioney at work, for uj la thtlrspare moments.
ui ail ius .UUC, .uu 1 KUJtulBg eiSO ratC-
ularsfree. 'Addre'.a,,8tinon' Co.,' Part-"
land, Mains. tp3I,'7!yl.
J, Bi WUITR ALEX MA.UT1N.
(SUCCESSOR TO JA3.T. QLLNX.)
iVEW FIRM mt0ODSr
LOW PRICES WILL WIN
TUB UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURB
in notifying his friends and the publlo
generally, that be is now receiving and op
ening a very large and extensive, stock of
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
READY MADE GLOTIUXO.
HAT3 AND CAPS,
CALIFORNIA AND SALEM
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladies', Misses & Children's Shoes.
t&" I have, also, in conneeiroii with -t
the above, a veiy large oniJ
, extensive stock of choiea -
t&- Glass- -fMi
Puinls anj Oils;also,
Window Uloss, Nails, Iron
and Steel, Cast and Steel
SSr Plows, Wooden and Willow ware. "TB
I am ready to sell anything in my line a
the LOWEST CASH PRICE, Persons wishinjj
to buy goods, will find ( greatly to theirad
vantage to examine my stock before pnrcbas.
inn sslMisrnaFss aa T at atot swrnlnatil nni littia
undersold by any bouse in Jackson county.
uive me a can. ana men juage lor yourseu
as to my capacity to furnish goods as above.
WHITE & MARTIN".
isrlwinllf, November 18. 1871 t"
HEALER AXD WORKER, IS
TIN, SHEET-IRON, COPPER,
LEAD AND BRASS,
And dealr In
CIGARS. TOBACCO, LIQUORS.
California St., Jacksonville,
(Between Oregon tnd Third,)
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON I1AN!
an assortment of the best Tin.Shert iron
and Copper ware. BraS3 Pipes, Hydraulic
Nozzles, Force Pump., Cliuins. Lead Pipe.
Hoes. HARDWARE, CUTLEKY ; N AILS
of all sizes.
Dar, Plate and assorted Iron;
Brushes of every variety, elc, etc.;
Paints, Oils. Sizes and Glass;
All qualities of Powder;
Shot of all numbers;
Rope, Brass and Iron Wire;
Wooden and Willow Ware;
Blacksmith, Carpenter and Miner's tools oi
Cast. iron aid Steel Plows; ,
Self sharpening Feed Cotters;
r Caaldrons-and Iron Wash' Keltfa;
Cultivators, Wheelbarrows, etc.
Always on hand a Jarge, Jot of Parlor.
Cooking, Office and Cabin Stoves, of assorted
sizes, plain and fancy, constructed on latest
fuel saving plans.. Boilers, Kettl-M, Pots.
Pans, and everything connected with tbts
stoves, warranted datable and perfect.
All articles soldor manufactured by bim,
WARRANTED. His work i made of the,
best material and of choicest patterns.
S& Qrder attended to with dispatch, and!
filled according to directions. He Is determio.
ed to .elf ut U)W" PRICES FOR CASH,
Call and examine bid stock before purchas
ing elsewhere . Sept. 14, 18T2.
a And General SUge Office,
Main Street, Red IHhT,
W. P. Maihew, .- - - - PaormiTOR.
The Proprietor woHld respect
fllllv nnnfiunrp til Ills fripnile m lLa
(nsAeling pnblic. 'that' be has! taken llitjT well
knowD.bnck. Hotel, and will at, all times bo
.o.v In ..all nn nil llmou ..!.- ... 9.. L!.
im4j ,. . m,, .uva ..pu, iijrisvur nim
with the light of their smillnr Counlenanees.
The T;atClTStriBS will always bo oat.
The Table' will-be supplied'willi nil' lie ciar
ket aflonls.' aud prices to-suit (he limes. ' The
ropms rerlarge ana well ventilated, and new
Sprln'Bed tbrAughoot. Stages' 'arriver and
depart dailyNortb. Call and see tec.
Tti Bluff, Cal. Marcb2-ly