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How about Connecticut ?
The Word White to be Stricken from
the Naturalization Laws.
S quirie ’ s C ourt .—Before J. R. Wade, J. P.,
Tuesday and Wednesday—State of Oregon vs.
Albert Johnson, (colored) for inducing a girl (col
ored) under the age of sixteen to leave home, with
out tbe consent of her parents—discharged. Kah
ler and Neil for prosecution—Fay for defense.
Friday : State of Oregon vs. Ambrose—assault and
battery—fined $10 and costs.
The Democracy very recently gained'a great vic
tory in Connecticut. The good news was an
The Radical platform of Oregon contains a reso
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1870. j
nounced in this city by telegrams to the associated lution which ¡»ledges the party to oppose all change
press, and elicited remarks from the organs of both in the naturalization laws, by which no other for
parties. The Herald was properly jubilant over eigners than those already mentioned in the law
the success of its party in a great fight, and the can become citizens of the United States. By this
Oriyonian was disposed to underrate tho prestige resolution the Radicals intend to convey the im
G recian B end .—Several cases of this rage ap
thus gained, it attempted to convey the idea pression that they are opposed to Chinese suffrage. peared in town this week—the first we have had.
FOR CONGRESS :
that the Radicals were overcame, not by the pow That this is mere pretense it requires very little We don’t consider the fashion at all admirable,
ers of their enemies but from their own neglect, science to pereieve ; but as some may be fooled'by but suppose it must be hugely comfortable.
and wound np by tho usual braggadocio indulged the plausible assertion, we shall take care to ex
in alter.defeat. To read our neighbor’s articles, pose the whole scheme of deception. In the first
one would suppose that the Radical party was in place, the resolution not only excludes Chinamen,
ave just received a thor -
onch assortment of FALL »nd WIN
but all negroes not born in this country. By what
consisting uf the very latest,
followed “an effort,” while defeat never came ex rule of ethics the Radicals, who are in favor of ne
Ik F. GROVER.
cept as a consequence of neglect. That such argu gro suffrage as a general proposition, can justify
ISSUED BY the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
ments as this are without foundation generally, the exclusion from it of such negroes as are not
the State of Oregon, for the County of Jackson,
to me directed, in favor of Anderson A Glenn
and especially not tenable in tbe recent case of natives, we cannot divine ; yet such is the incon
against N. Cook, for the recovery of the sum
Connecticut, is evidenced by the history of the re sistent position that the sixth resolution of their
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE :
of two hundred and seventy-six dollars and thirty
cent contest. The Radicals in that case did make platform ¡»laces them in. See how it will work in eight cents ($276 38), with interest thereon at the CLOAKS,
S. r. CHADWICK.
a most strenuous effort to win the day, and were Portland. We are told that more than half the rate of ten per cent, per annum from the 18th day
defeated, not through neglect on their part but in negroes in Portland are from Jamaica, W. I., or of June, 1808, together with costs and accruing
costs, I have levied upon and will on Saturday, the
spite of their most earnest endeavors. The Mis from the lower Pacific coast of America. None of 14th day of May, 1870, between the hours ot nine
FOR STATE TREASURER :
souri Republican, of March 30th last, in an article these can vote, and the Platform of the Radical o'clock a. m. and four o’clock p. in. of said day,
on tbe then pending election, said : “A few days ¡»arty says they never shall acquire that right. Is at the Court House door in Jacksonville, in said
since a committee of leading Radicals from Con not this an outrageous inconsistency on the part of County, offer for sale, for cash, at public auction,
to the highest bidder all of the righty- title and in
necticut interviewed President Grant and sugges those who claim to be par excellence the black terest of the said N. Cook, in and to the following
ted to him the propriety of formally proclaiming man’s friends? By what argument can such a described real property : The South east quarter
FOR STATE PRINTER :
the ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment. The course be justified to the native born negroes? 11 of Section 25, in Township 36, South Range, No.
2 west, within said Jackson county, Oregon.
Committee were perfectly frank in stating the rea all men are created equal, why should foreign
T. G, REAMES, Sheriff.
son tor their solicitude on this point ; namely, that born negroes be denied rights that are conceded to
Dated April ltith, 1870.
an election was to occur in Connecticut the coining those who are natives of the country ? The Rad
week, and the strong probabilities were that the icals of Oregon will attempt by some sort of soph
FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY :
Democracy would carry the State by about one istry to justify their sixth resolution, but Sumner,
Al’n n complete n«xortmrrnt of GENTS
Ast District -H S HANNA.
thousand majority, unless the negroes were allow- i in the Senate, has fixed up the record so that all
and BOYS’ clothing of tbe very latest
N JUSTICE’S COURT OF THE STATE OF
ed to vote. The negroes, they said, having al humbug ¡»leas in that regard will f»il. In Phila
Oregon. County of Jackson, for the Precinct
Democratic County Convention.
ready been registered, were prepared to march in delphia a foreign born negro applied lor naturaliza
Jacksonville, before J. R. Wade, J. P.
solid column to the polls an f deposit a sufficient tion papers, but wa- denied the right to declare
John Orth, Plff vs. John R. Peacock, Deft.
By resolution of the Democratic County Cen number of “strictly loyal” ballots to rescue the his intention to become a citizen, on the ground
tral Committee held in Jacksonville, April 2d, land of steady habits and counterfeit nutmegs fr<>m
Civil action to recover money.
that none but white men could become naturalized.
1870, the Democratic County Convention for nom
inating a County Ticket will be held in Jackson the threatened calamity of a Conservative triumph.” His loyal attorney, coneicving said refusal to be You are hereby required to appear in said Court
ville on Saturday, May 7th, 1870. The Commit It will thus be seen that so great was the solicitude an outrage, immediately advised Charles Sumner, on Monday, the 30th day of May, 1870, at 10
tee recommend that the Precinct Meetings for the of the Radicals .to carry Connecticut, that they at Washington, of this situation, and received the o’clock in the forenoon of said day, and answer
election of Delegates to the County Convention bel thought it worth while to send a Committee to
the Complaint filed in the above entitled action.
following reply :
held on Saturday, April 3*>th, 1870, at 1 o’clock
W ashington , March 23, 1870.
p. m. The apportionment is based upon the vote wait on the President and demand of him the aid
notice be made for six consecutive weeks in the
cast for J. S. Smith, giving one delegate to each which, by tueir calculations, an early proclama
D ear S ir : It is with a feeling of shame that I D emocratic N ews , a weekly newspaper published are of California manufacture, far eirperior
precinct at large, one delegate for every twenty-' tion oi the ratification of the Fifteenth Amend am aware’ that the discrimination in favor of white at Jacksonville, Jackson county, Oregon. You
in quality to Eastern make, and we guarant
five votes cast for Smith, and one delegate for each :
men still lingers in our naturalization laws.
fraction of thirteen votes over twenty-five. The
Complaint as above required, the Plaintiff will ask iee to fit the moat exquisite foot.
Precincts, under this apportionment, are
I have introduced a bill to strike out this last for the relief as demanded in said Complaint.
to the following number of votes in the County ters, merely to gain a point in Connecticut, but relic of former days, anil it is now before the Ju
JOHN ORTH, Plaintiff.
that afterwards he was convinced that there was diciary Committee awaiting their report.
Jacksonville, April lltli, 1870.
3 ; an urgent necessity, and consented to issue the re
4 ; Applegate,
With thanks for the interest you have shown in
*02bT ‘Po l!JdV
1 ; quired proclamation, so soon as Texas was admit this matter,
* o • » Flource Rock,
2 • ted, without waitiug for Georgia, and, accordingly,
1 ; Foots Creek,
1 am, sir, fraternally yours,
has been replenishsd and prices reduced to
-stp puu ssaupiau q)iw auop flMIlII Velali -W
10; we find that document, dated March 30th, the very
1 ; Jacksonville,
C harles S umner .
meet the times. Queenswate, Crockery, an<I
1 ; Lelanl.
i -una ‘aa.mas .fauo.u puu pji:q a.ui samti su : ajaq.w
It will thus be seen that a bill is now pending ) -asp Itui.-uqajnd ajojaq ¡¡«a v am axiii <>j ¡p« op the like, in abundance ; in fact, ail kind» of
2; Rock Point,
before Congress to strike the word “white from ¡¡la soptjjv axoqu aqj jo .Cuw
goods to supply the wants of tbe people.
3 : vised as to whether the negroes voted at the elec the naturalization laws. Said bill will undoubted
1; Willow Springs.
'Ijus <»j uoijtunuiuiH jo
The Committee have decided upon the voting for tion, but if they did (and it is likely they did) they ' ly pass, and will not only let in all foreign bom spuiq pn puw ‘spjFid xoqjo puu jattuujaq ‘«¡unii
‘sayt'j jo juauijjossH aSjiq « pui:q un o>[M
J. S. Smith in 1S68, as a test entitling voters to I
participate in the Precinct meetings, who resided ' must have divided at the polls, or else the Denio-) negroes, but will permit Chinamen to oecome nat daan j
A’-iaippiij,' aqj ui ¿uiqj.ùaA.) puy
in the county at that time. This test does not af cratie victory was gained both over their beads uralized and vote 1 People of Oregon, how do
fect voters who have come into the county siuce and that of their Radical admirers. In either you like the prospect?— Herald.
the last election.
case, the calculations of the Radicals were over
The Committee ask the Democracy of the vari-I
to advertise prices, but will assure you thnV
C an T hey V ote N ext J une ?—There is a sec
ons Precincts to turn out in mass, and send up to thrown, and the Democracy havo cause for con
y < u can buy goods of us, FOR CASH, at as
gratulation. So it will be seen that the Democrat
the County Convention their best men.
W. F. SONGER, Ch’r Com.,
ic victory in Connecticut is a matter that indicates
tonishing low prices.
J ames T. G lenn , Secretary.
much, especially coming as it does on the heels of
Call and see ns ; we are well supplied with
a decreased Radical vote in New Hampshire, tion shall come and reside or be within the State,
go<»ds, and are bound to sell them for cash
“Still We Live.”
where the Radical candidates come in ahead by Ac., Ac., and that the Legislative Assembly shall
lower than any other house in the connty.
only a neck. When the Republicans can’t hold provide by penal laws, Ac., Ac., f r the enforce
With to-day’s issue we complete the first Vol their own in New England, what show have they ment of that section. No law was ever passed,
we believe, to enforce that section, and as it was
ume of the D emocratic N ews . Custom has made in Oregon?— Herald.
claimed that Constitutional provisions do not en
it imperative, on such occasions, for the Publish
force themselves, no attempt was ever made to
er to announce hie success, as also the objects
prevent negroes from coming to and residing in the
which he hopes to atta.n. Commencing under the
State. Now the question we suggest just now is, H3TV5I(I (INV H3HÏ1X3 VJlflKV
most unfavorable auspices, our neighbor predicted
Ours is a good Government. It came in power
that that »ickly babe could not survive six months, to inaugerate a series of brilliant reforms and to that the Fifteenth Amendment (so-called) to the
Constitution of the United States is in the same
but “still we live,” and that sickly babe has not retrench expenses.
with the provision in that of this State, ‘NOD7IHO
only survived, but has grown, keeping pace with
As a sample of its economy, wo call attention to
his age, notwithstanding our neighbor’s predic the following facts : Alaska is now one of our ac which we have quoted from. In both cases, legis
Cerner California and Kewrtb St».
quired possessions. It is a place of rest for an
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT-
Being permanently settled here, our interests are army of United States officials, who live off tho one does not enforce itself, why should the other?
1 tally inform his friewds and tbe public gen-*
identified with the prosperity of this section ; and people. In response to a Congressional resolution, The conclusion seems to he, then, that in tbe ab
hat be has psuchased the above estab
a long acquaintance in Jackson and adjoining Secretary Boutwell has transmitted to the Speaker sence of any law to enforce the Fifteenth Amend
lishment of Mr. Dan. Cawley, which will be
henceforward conducted under his constant per
counties, induces us to hope that with the assist a detailed account of the Alaska swindle for the ment to the Constitution of the United States, it
sonal supervision, a»4 he guarantees satisfaction
ance of our friends we shall be able to make the past year. Receipts from all sources, $21,489 34.
to all who may favor hire with their patronage.
groes cannot vote in Oregon next June. Let the
N kws a first-class local newspaper, and in the fu Expenses to collect the above, $597,789 19.
These stables are een-trally located, and within
lawyers argue this question, and begin now, as
ture, as in the past, it will be devoted to the inter
distance of the various houses oi pablixr
So it costs $27 50 to collect $1 of revenue up
Hordes or mules will be boarded
ests of this portion of the State.
there I But then loyalty must bo rewarded, and
and carad for, by tbe day or week, at moderate
Politically, the D emocratic N ews , as its name who of the workingmen will object to such a little
He has the largest stock in Oregon,,
indicates, will be devoted to the ^rand old Demo steal?
S ocial E quality .—The Santa Clara Aryus of
cratic party. Believing that with that party rests
We suggest the idea of employing po.stmen to April 9th says :
the welfare of the people, and the preservation of deliver letters free in that region. They go around
The white and tho black Radicals of San Jose
Constitutional liberty, we will devo eto the defease on skates—chance for more steel. Ours is a good
have set the example of social equality. The
with single or double &enms.for hire on reason
of its principles all the ability we can command. Government.— Pomeroy's Democrat.
daughters of some of the leading men of the party
able terms-; also,
We have been compelled to issue upon brown pa
T he N egro -I ndian -C hinese -S uefrage P arty attended the colored bail, on Thursday evening
GOOD SADDLE HORSES & MULES,
per for the last four months ; being situated in aji
and had a jolly good time with the colored beaux.
isolated portion of the country, and not getting
Which will be hired to go to a»y part of
Non disputandum est de ytutibui. Certainly they
our winter’s supply before the snow fell so as to the hitherto very Radical Commonwealth of Con
the country at noderate rates.
bad a right to do so, and ws do not mention the
prevent its reaching us—that was our only re necticut held her annual election for Governor and
Animals bought and sold,, and haasaa taelte te»
saddle or harness.
course ; but we hope to be able to commence our members of the legislature. The Democracy went fact in a spirit of fault-finding. It is said that in
next Volume on white paper, and whilst striving square into the fight and came out with banners
T» G. Reames«
Evening of April 26th, 1870.
to make ample return for all favors, we would re flying ! They elected their Governor by a large to plain beauties ; while the plain gentlemen af
Nov. 6th, 1869.
fected the colored darlings. The diversità i)f tastes
quest the people of this section to continue giving,
the toils of the Bon locrats. Certainly Connecti prevented all squabbling about partners. All went
us their assistance.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
cut has done nobly. Grant carried the State by merry as a marriage bell—
“And when music arose with its voluptuous swell, A GRAND BALL WILL BE GIVEN AT THE
W ith proper management the ratification near four thousand majority. One year of Grant Soft eyes looked love to eyes which spake again.” 21. U. S. Hotel, Jacksonville, Ogn., on the even
otice is hereby given that the
ing <»f the 26ih of April, 1870, in commemoration
of this amendment will give us in Oregon 200 col was all the people of tho “land of study habits,”
firm of Caro Bro’s, Ashland, Oregon, is thic
the Fifty-first Anniversary of the introduction
The fact that four Democrats in the Senate are of
ored votes, and elect the entire Republican ticket wanted. What a change !—to be wrought in so
dissolved by mutual consent, M. Caro with
of Odd Fellowship within the United States. All
opposed to the Astoria land grant h is afforded Re Lodges and members in good standing, and the
at » the June election. At the Presidential election
the late firm at Jacksonville must
publican papers a great deal of solid comfort, by I public generally, are invited to attend.
Grant only lacked 164 votes of getting the electo hand-writing on the wall ?— Mercury.
within forUr days, or they will b*
enabling them to demonstrate that the Democratic
ral vote of Oregon. There are upwards of two
of an officer for collection.
In .Spinner’s department or bureau of the Treas
Committee of .Vrangements :
party was determinedly opposed to giving Oregon
hundred eolored voters in Oregon. Nine-tenths of
ury, it is sai<l that no guds are employed unless they
this class vote the Republican ticket throughout are very handsome. We believe beauty is the stand the grant. Nothing is said of the six other Demo John Bilger,
March 4th, 1870.
cratic Senators who did not vote against th • grant.
the United States.
ard of excellence in all such houses. It is in New
•Committee of Reception :
The opposition of the four is the longest straw that
This is the reason why Democrats howl for a
DR. W. JACKSON,
our Radicals have been able to catch hold of fora IVm. Turner,
“white man’s government
and this is one rea
son why we favor the Fifteenth Amendment. Our
Canvasser* are taking orders in Oregon for the long time.— Herald.
Floor Managers :
Dental Rooms in Horne’s Hotel, Jacksonville,
colored population show they deserve to be enfran “Home Book of Wonders.” One of the “wonders”
Independent newspapers in Oregon seem to be
All styles of Dental work done on short
II. Helms. Jacksonville ; M. Mickelson, Ashland
chised by voting against rebels and democrats.—
established for Radical pipers to copy from. This
reduced prices. Particular attention
Dowell*» Washington Letter*to the Sentinel, January Congress of late, hun-Ucds of women of “easy vir
William Bilger, Willow Springs.
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
thing of filtering stale Radical logic through self
tue” from all parts of the United States crowd and
extracted without pain by the use «f the late
proclaimed Independent papers, in order to give it
throng the treats of Washington City, who depart
$5 method of local anasthesia. Ail work warranted.
F inancial . —Fan Francisco April 19th—gold as soon as Congress adjourns. What a “wonder !” a color of impartiality is a cunningly devised ex
Nov. 20th, 1869.
pedient, but it won’t work.— Ex.
113$ ; Legal Tenders buying, 89, selling 89$.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, |
FINE GOODS !
JAMES H. SLATER.
TSEKCH DRESS ffOOBS,
CUT AND FASHION
BOOTS AND SHOES
ACT 0185 MOTTO"
LIVERY & SALE STABLE
U. S. HOTEL,