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TUB DBMtRWIC TIMES.
The Wool Trade.
W ashington , January 6th. | From Mcjennpn, Whelan >
The Dalles Mountaineer Las the following
A faux pat was made oo Friday by the Circular for Jah., 1871, yej‘®
SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 21, 1S71.
sensible remarks on the recent change ia the
Under the above caption, the Oregonian of t
Indian policy of the Administration. The ' over-anxious friends of Senator W’illams, of ing : Receipts in 1868_ In lbs., ,15,539, 41 <,
K. D. FODDH AY
Oregon, to get him a place in the Cabinet of which 121,4SO waeirojB
Orejpi In : in 1869. Quick Cures and Moderate Churgft;
tive tables of assessments in various counties
A delegation of about fifteen gentlemen, led 17 253,371) Jbii, , was received,
J ’ tjf which Ore
DR. W. K. DOHERTY’S
of the State in 1860, and 1870, from which dian Agents, at least judging from our ex by ex Governor Woods, of Oregon, and At gon contributed 1,039,403; in 1870, 23, j 76,
s deduced the fact that gross frauds have* perience in this part of the country ; for we torney llillyer of Nevada, visited the White 630 lbs, was received, Oregon furnishing 1,
Prit ate Medical and Surgical Institute,
been practiced in the assessments of proper have never had so efficient an Agent nt House and made a speech to President Grant, 702,970. This circular also has the following
No. 519 Sacramento street, corner of
ty, and that this is particularly the case in Klamath as the late Agent, Lieut. Knapp:
saying that as Cabinet changes were talke«! statements and suggestions, which, we sub Lcidesdorff
street (a few doors below What Cheer
“The soldier must gite way to the psalm of the Pacific slope requested a more imme mit fowtiw oonjideration of Ore^ou farnieis :
this county and in Lane.
House.) Private entrance on Leides-
dorff street, ban Francisco.
So far a9 this county is concerned, an in singer. The only policy likely to prove un- diate recognition, The President, intorrup
TV e call attention to the following, which
Ci*Hfirp>*-H9ur woollhi* Spring has re-
appears io the advertisement of the P. O justice Ims be on done by the Oregonian. Our stiecossrul and disastrous has been ndopted ted Governor Woods at the outset and told ' deemed its good character-,,showing improved Established expressly to afford the afflicted sound
and scientific Medical Aid in the treat-
Department, inviting bids for mail contracts, population now is but little greater than it was Those of us who remember the Cayuse war him that his Cabinet was a family comieru. u^-5j-|eJfl37ng‘(7>wiln1s longer andTonnder sta
ment and cure of all Private and
published by our neighbor, the Sentinel, last in 1860; our voting population is less. In I860, know how it had its origin, and we know the and that he should resent any atteuipt made pie,
and eaflipffRB'favorab If with tlie dip ol
Chronic Diseases, case«
•Jackson county cast 1,294 votes at the June (rightful animosity between the Catholics and by politicians to interfere with his choice. 1868. It l»a« eome iffto mpre gei»er<< use
of Secrecy and all
Route No. 15148—From Hot Spring« (no office), election, and the twta! population was 3,731. i Presbyterians that has resulted therefrom He said he would receive the delegation on with our Easterh manftfnetures, and hrts'com-
by hurt Klauuitb, to Jacksonville, 230 mile« In June, 1864, the vJte ciist amounted to
Which of these denominations are correct in any other topic, but uever on that one. 1 he manded the favor of all those who have used
To the Afflicted.
and back, once u week.
their expositions of the cause of that war, we committee ventured to express tbe hope that it.
Leave Hot Springs, Monday, nt 6 a. m.;
DR. W. K. DOHERTY RE-
Arrive at Jacksonville, Saturday. l>y 6 p. in.;
1870, the vote cast was 1,283 ; total popula do not undertake to say, but this we know they had not prejudiced the President against
turns his sincere thank« to hi*
Leave Jacksonville, Monday, at 6 a. in.;
numerous patients for their pat
tion 4,749. These figures prove that -our that the war had its origin in the jealousies, Senator Williams, and assure him that the former years, nor is the staple as uniform.
Arrive at Hot Springs, Saturday, by tv p. tn.
ronage, «nd would tuke this op
Route No. 15152—From Jacksonville, by Link population is of that fluctiating character of those who should have been the last to turn Senator had not been aware of the precipitate Some lots were of tender staple and of poor portunity to remind them that he continue« toeuD-
River, Lust River, Hot Springs and Goose ilways found in mining regions.
mlt at his Institute tor the cure of chronic diseases'
the pruning hook into the sword. The strug good will of bis friends. The President said texture.
Lake Valley, to Lake City, m Surprise Valley,
uf the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Digestive and Ges-
California, 200 miles and b.mk, once a week
gle between different Christian denominations ' he could well beliave that Seuator Williams
Years ago, Oregon Wool was characterized ito-Uniary Organs, and all Private Diseases; vis f
Leave Jacksonville, Monday, at 6 %. m.;
tributaries contain the bulk of the population in proselyting the Indians has been attended had not been consulted on a topic so delicate, by freedom from burrs, seed mid tags; it Syphilis, in all its forms and stages; Seminal
Arrive at Lake City, Saturday, l>y 7 p. in.;
this county ; it is enclosed by mountain with fearful results and old animosities will 1 and that it was because he knew that tbe was lustrous and Well u lapted for combing Weakness, and ail the b< rrid consequences of «elf-
Leave Lake City. Monday, at 6 a. m.-.
abuse ; Gonorrhoea ; Gleet, Strictnres ; Nocturnal
Arrive at Jacksonville, Saturday, by 7 p. m.
ranges on all sides, and the marked of its J I again find like expression under the proposed
and Diurnal Emission« ; 8cxu.il Debility ; Dis
Proposal* invited to end at Camp Bidwell.
farmers and producing classes must be found policy. But how will it better the condition 1 of the delegation that he should dismiss the in breeding, the nature of Oregon Wool has eases of the Back and Loins ; Inflammation of the
These proposed routes afford excellent op
within its borders’ Farmers are compelled !<>f tho Indians. Their religious instructor« whole subject from his mind. The affair completely changed, and to-day it is not as Bladder and Kidneys, etc.; and be hopes that his
long experience and successful practice will ooa-
portunities for some enterprising company, or
t > depend almost entirely upon the mining changed, they will be culled upon to imitate makes much merriment around the hotels go >d as our choice California.
tinue to insure him a share of public patronage.
•nergctic individual, to bid for one or both ot
By his practice uf rnuuy years iu Europe and lhe
population for their market, and with the new mothods of worship and listen to the ex
Since Wool-growing has become nn object I tiih d States, he is enabled to apply the most effi
these contracts, and, by putting on a line ol exodus of that class of the population, a
position of new creeds, and amid these
[From tbe Sucranlento Union.]
of so much importance in California, it must cient and ruccessful remedies against disease« of
hacks or stages increase the means of com failure of their market and a consequent
all kinds. He uses no mercury, charges moderate,
changes, we predict, they will gradually
naturally be of interest to the wool-growers treats his patieuts in a correct and honorable way,
munication between the eastern and western depreciation of values of all kinds follows.
abondon all their vague ideas of Christianity L
officious, ill-mannered and coarsely inter- to ascertain what description of wool can be and has references of unquestionable veracity from
I. I'lUUlVUSj Bl»~4U4tMUV,a V W «•••—
portion of our County ; indeed, no good rea Since the winter of 1866, the miners of this
and fall back to their ol 1 status of immoral middling, had the imprudence to go to I resi produced to the best advantage permanently, uien of known respectability and high standing in
eon exists why we Could not have a line ot
society. All parties consulting him, by letter or
country have experianced an almost total worthlessness and dsgredation, For example
dent Grant uud suggest Williams of Oregon or, in other words, vvliat class of sheep will i I otherwise, will receive tbe beet und gentlest treat-'
stjges direct to lleno or Winnemucca, on the
failure of tha supply of water necessary to ]Tbos4 who are gathered together upon tin as a fit persun for a Cabinet position. Ol become acclimatized here, s> as eventually ment and implicit secrecy.
C. P. R. R., and thus be in direct commuta
‘Carry on mining operations, and as a conse I Simcoe and Yakima Reservation and whose course they had the old argument, that the to form a natural standard for this climate.
tion with tbe railroad east, instead of by the
quence have abandened the mines, and bet;.- ‘early instructor was Father Pendoza, z Pacific coast, being so great a country andj It is evident, from the rapidity with which
present circuitous route by way of Sacrauaen-
When a female is in trouble or afflicted with
ken themselves to other regions, where idevout Catholic, under Rev. Mr. Wilbur, lull of eminent Republican politicians (God fine-blooded flocks deteriorate here, unless diseaso, or weakness of the back and limbs, pain
to. It we had such a stage route it would
Jupilor Plucius proves more propitious. This must abandon Catholicism for Methodism. save the mark I ) is fairly entitled to this kept up by continual importation of fresh in the head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular
afford means of communication with the outer ¡
power, palpitation of the heart, irritability, nerv-
bus caused a depreciation in real estate, and Those upon the Umatilla Reservation tnu»t consideration. They never gave a thought i blood, that very fiae wooled sheep cannot be ' "tisness, extreme uninrv difficulties, deriingement
world, which would inevitably lend to such)
property of all kinds ; and it is a fact patent discard the worship and creed of Father Ver to the indelicacy, not to say indecency, 6f: looked upon as the class suited to our dry of digestive functions, general debili'y, vaginitis,
an iucrease of population as would euable usj
till diseases of the womb, hysteria, sterility, and
to every resident of this county that real cs ' nieesch, and look for in oral instruction to preferring a claim which can’t be recognized
ail other di-e.ises peculiar to females, »he should
to demand as a right, that winch is now re
go or write nt onee to the celebrated tema'e Doc
(ate now, is worth less than half the valua Mr. Dickerson, a Methodist, ami a person short of the expulsion of soma mcmbir of the
California Wools at present class as Midium tor, W. K. DOHERTY, at bis Medioal Iu«titute,
garded by tbe politicians and rings iu the
tion of 1860, and what is true of real1 ! who figured tl icnviably in an advertisement Cabinet with whom the President is on the Wools, and even the choices clips do nut and
consult hnu about her troubles and disease.
Northern end of the State as a favor Cuufer
estate, is true of every other discription of ' published in this paper in August last, bj most iutiina'.e and friendly terms; nor did
Suppression*, etc., will receive the
come up to the stand.*rd of Fine Wools, as Irregularities,
red on Southern Oregon--that is railroad
Doctor's partieu.ar at ention. Let no false deli
Col. Samuel R >s-«, tbe Superintendent ol they care whose feel.ngs or what interest suf compared with Sime other wools; but, nsj cacy prevent you, but apply imuicdiately, and save
communication. We trust that some man, property.
from painful suffering and premature
or company, whose interest is identified with, The mines of this county yielded from Indian Affairs of Washington Territory. fered so they succeeded in getting somebody 'medium, they are first growing in favor with yourself
married ladies wb<>«e delicate henlth
our county, will take hold uf this enterprise, 8450,000 to half a million of gold dust to Those upon the Nez P« rce Reservation, whose in who might help them to something. 1 hese the manufacturers. This together with the ■ or
circumstances prevent an increase in their fami-
and by pushing it through, earn for hnuseil about 1862 ; since that time the average instructors have heretofore been Protestzn s, people cauie from Oregou and Nevada ; one fact that the wool of flocks n it too high-bred I e.<. Hiouhi write or call at DR. DOHERTY’S
. MEDICAL INSTITUTE, »«.<1 they will rec.ive
yield has not exceeded 75, to 100,000, and having, as we arc informed, a professed Cath of them has been a Governor, und another always are cleaner,, sounder tn staple, und cyery p„s,lble re!ie; ull(l he|p. The Doetui’« of-
tbe title of a public benelaetur.
¡olic fur agent, must alter their forms of wor has been hunting office for years, lhe decent ! more healthy than finer wools raised here, fices, cua-ii’ing of « suite ot six rooms, «re «o «r-
Proposals fur carrying the mails on the last year the yield will not reach the former
. i- .- .i ,i . /• i; 1 ranged that he can be consulted without fear of
above routes from July 1,1871, toJuueSO, sum. When our miuers were yielding well,' 'ship to confirm to those of Mr. Simms. The part of the public will rej lice to know that would
seem to point out distinctly that Call ■ ot)s”natiou
1874, will be received at the Contract office general prosperity prevailed ; every descrip result will be that they will find our present the President cut short their game without fornia must look to a Medium Wool as her
of the P. O. Department, Washington, until > tion of property brought lull prices, and was' ¡day theology incomprehensible and relapse as ceremony aud gave them a rebuke that will I standard of production.
or female) residing in any part
be a warning to all their class, albeit thej ! Mo-t of the flocks at present in this coun
3 p. m,, March 1, 1871, to be decided by, valued and assessed accordingly. Now how
of the State, however diatnnt. uli-> may de« re the
c’.uss has iiideas thick as a rhinoceros. Tiicrei try would doubtlei-s be much improved by the! opini 'n and advice ot Dr. Doherty in their respec
March 30ih following. It will be seen, tLat ever, with the depreciation of property of all
is no reason in the world why tho Pacific infusion of a little blood of long wooled sheep tive casus. sud wire think proper to submit a writ
no time is to lust be by any person or per kinds, a fulling <
necessity, follow ; nor is there as much pro
wih be rekindled, the old animositi-s re coast should have u Cabinet ofli e ; none but 1 he introduction of the Cotswold ami L '.cr s ten .-t itemciit of sue . in preference to holding a
sous proposing to engage in the enterprise.
(»ersoiial interview, are rejpeetifully assured that
While ou this subject, we would state that perty in the county as there was in 1860. V1VC11' an’l ‘he savage butchering of thedire- the contemptible one that, we have here a ter breeds of sheep in.o this State ha* proved their C'.mmun cations will be he d most sacred.
Dr. Doherty takes this opportunity of observing
great many hungry incompetents who want a success in most instances. Undoubte l. v. that
it is suggested, that u letter, or statement to •All of our capitalists—in fact, every person p“' days of the pioneers be re-enacted.
nil letters are opened and replied to by himself
it fur what they might be able to m. ke out the length of staple and alaptabilitv ol the only, and the latter as promptly as possible.
J. B. Underwood, Postal Agent, setting forth who had cash to invest in larger or smaller
i S heriff J ackson .—Sheriff Jackson, ol
It the ea-e be lui tv uwd cnudidly discribed, per
of it f. r themselves, their families, and their ¡fleece thus raised has rendered California
the ueeessity which ex sts for mail facilities! sums, shipped their money to San Francisco]
communication will be unnecessary, as in-
'Trinity County, who was arres:ed
Ibis 8*tate has been wools desirable for tnanv purposes for which stiuction* for diet, regimen and the generai treat
between Jacksonville, Manzanita, Big Butte, lor investment there, instead a°s well as the!sinCe’ and ,aken belmF* on
n warrant issued
shamed a thousand times over by the cla-s ol they heretofore were n it suitable. \\ i It the ment of the c i«e itself (including the nroediea},
Table Rock and Evans Creek, as w e suggested passage of the Usury Law,
will be forwarded without delay, and in such a
whom we are now writing. They li.ivj man increasing demand for long wool, tog the; manner as to convey n<> idea of the purport of the
last week, be circulated fur signatures, with [ want of profitable chances
has resnlteda Wi,h Col,w'inKa F’rei«” Miner’s 1 /i>cer se aged to convey to Washington the idea that with the well established fact that o her j letter or parcel so transmitted.
a view to secure the recommendation of the caused this result, and hence,
I from a Chinaman, lias gut back beine tigniti.
Consti tations. by letter or otherwise, FREE.
Culifornia is in ide up uf office seekers and ¡countries cm grow short fine wiails che.it er 1’ertnan-
Postal Agent fivr the establishment of the stringency in the money market, which has!1
it’ cure guaranteed, or no pay. Addre.-s
i The Trinity Journal of the l-Itli itivi. Iiuj thè I
politic d bummers, and we arc glad the Presi than California, it would certainly seem to | W. K. DollERTY, Al. D., S uu Francisco, Cali
route. Wo think the suggestion eminently a lasted so long that it is beginning to be regard
annexed on the sul-j-et: “Slieriff -Jackson i
dent has given them through these Orego lie the mo-t profitable c >ursc f r sheep fat- fornia.
good one, and would like to see it carried iutu ed as chronic.
came Lick last Wednesday evening, well and I
j Tne assessments in this county will never
nians and Nevadans, the blunt rebuke which niers here to produce long, sound wool.
hearty. Bis case was brought before Judge !
i be materially increased until we have some
may teach them a lesson in manners as well
DB. DOIIERIY has just published an important
T he T ribulations of the C arpet B ag I means of communication with the outer ¡Svvyer lu-t week and, after argument by as in the art of working fur a living.
pamphlet embodying his own view« »nd axper-
be ng a
gf . rs .—The ¡Scripture says “that the way ul world, so that our land and other resource
Poor Wood! We feel sorry for him.
j short treatise on S;>< niu>t<.rtliu-1 >>r Semin« i Weak-
the transgressor is hard,” and certain carpet may become properly available ; and for tlii-!
! ne-i.«. Nervous and Physical debility consequent on
pudiated by his own State, which c.m
We uu-lerst.ind that a site has been located this aft'.ctiou. and other d «ease« of the «exnal t»r-
bag Congressmen of the radical persuasion reason, those politicians in the northern end] ¡that Attorney-General II imiltoi. directed hind •ipprc’-'inte his talents, he proceeded to 1
g itional church in Springfield.
. . . .
have recently had reason to appreciate the ¡of the State, who opposed our attempts t‘> | j to return and c dlect the tax as before, pleJg- i ingt'ii to astonish the deii.zuis of th;i b’ fa- a *'oo':re
! 1 lit« little work contains information «'f the ut-
force of the scriptural aphorism. First, obtain railroad facilities, were actually striv ing that the State will bear him harmless in
nigbted city by his beard, his p ilitiei sa
free by moil on receipt of six cents in.
the building thucmimg
Whittemore, of South Carolina, was kicked ing to thwart the b#st interests of the State,
«icitv, and his orat rv ; and tbe ver
postage stamps for return postage. A ldre-s
out of Congress for selling cadetships, and in seeking to deprive us of the very means
* W. K. DOHERTY. M. D..
time he attempted “to speak in pub', c •
San Francisco, Cal.
on being re elected, the kicking process was whereby we could contribute the share we ing counties to the same effect. Mr. J iekson stage" receives a sntibbuig, vvbiili has n
tire ! from the Surveyor Geitera! .» Office, and jan. 21, 1871.
and other eminent (
repeated. Now Bowen, also of the Palmetto ought to the general prosperity of Oregon,
II m Win If Olell took charge. Toe office
•illel in the unnals ol the \\ iii’e 11 u-
assure I [
State, is enjoying the delights of a criminal i l'he soil and climate of Jackson county is
rem tin iu the same building it has here
w.is cruel of Grant to cut li in off in the
pror-ecution for bigamy. Butler, oT Tennes isecond to no other portion of the State, but him, that the legality ot the law [the State • if bi- speech ; lie,»In li d li ne all ivve
see, has to defend ao indictment for forgery, owing to its peculiar geographical situation, law imposing the Foreign Miner’s License,' t • iu ike his remarks. Cmigie-s nan
8n iw lell last Tuesday night to the deptlii
suppose.—Ei. U nion ] would oertninly be cuinpiies Ins speeches to sweetencl wind,
as a special private amusement ; and Witn jour real estate, which after all is the true ’lyre
of ab mt an inch, but the sun during the day I
pey, of Georgia, has just been detected in source of wealth, is almost valueless, flir the ■
wine i the Indies call “float,” a very light ami took it till off except on the high lands The]
y virtue of an execution issued *
the purchase of counterfeit greenback*, with reason that wc have no market for our pro ; eat.”— Yrekat Un on.
liurmlesstlelieaey, vvhieh could not haveii juir- weather has been quite cool since that time, i —■ by , the - Clerk
- —* Court,
, , ...
, Mate of Orceon. for the county of J»«k«on, and
which certain rascals recently exposed, have duct*. Give us a railroad. Let our land
cd either the Presidential brain or stomach, and , tn;
hills are »till covered with a slight! I to me directed, in favor of Win. Bilger
been flooding the country. It is needless to enhance in value as it has in Marion, Clack
and should therefore have been listened to , it I CO.it of stbiW.
M A. Euler, for the recovery of the sum of three
hundred and thirty-five and cighteen-one huodrethr
remark that the above Pained distinguished amis, and Linn, along the line of the O. &
The workmen on the road between this dollars ($335 18-100), gold coin, together with the
N ew P aper .—We have received the first would have been such a consolation o the
personages, belong to the “party of great C. R. R., and then if complaint be made of
number of the D emocratic T imes , published Governor to know that he h id obtained re place and Albany have been withdrawn, and costa and accruing costs, I have levied upon and-
a deficient assessment, we shall consider the by J. N. T, Miller & Co., Jacksonville, Ore iief from tbe wind, which has been accumu work on the road will remain suspended tin- will on
Thursday, February 10th, A. D., 1671,
Tas R ailroad .—The Cal. and Ogn. Rail complaint well founded.
gon. It is a resurrection of the Fetes, hut is ating ever since lie concluded to visit Wash til the opening of spring.
ington. Doubtless had lie taken ¥i deed for
between the hour« of 9 o’clock a . m . arid 4 o’clock
The steamer “Albany” reached this place
road is now completed to Tehama, Cui. This
C hinaman S hot at W aldo .—On the 11 th of larger, and presents a very creditable app?r-
real estate ; a few hundred thousand dollar last Sunday, being the first boar of the sea- p. m . of said day, at the Court House door in the
places Jacksonville witbin two hundred and January. Mr. S. P. Hanna found some stolen ance.— Stale Journal.
town of Jacksonville, in said county, offer for sale
at public »action, to the highest bidder for cash in
fourteen miles of the railroad on the South ; goods concealed in an out bouse belonging to
Nzw P aper —We have received the first
gold and silver coin, the following described real
took a heavy cargo down.
and when Holladay’s line is completed to the II. K. Hanna, which on examination proved number of the D emocratic T imes , which
property, to-wit; the undivided one-half (j) of
water ditch known as the Walker's Creek
cne hundred mile stake, which is sixteen to be goods which were recently stolen from hails from Jacksonville, J. N. T. Miller &
A newspaper is to be started at the new Ditch,
und conveys the water from Walkers creek
miles north of Eugene City, we will be with Mr. I«aac Thompson, merchant of that place. Co., proprietors. It will compare favorably
ei ty of Kalama on the Columbia river.
to the mines on the right hand fork of Jackson
But alas! our Oregon Governor was unite
creek ; also the undivided one-third (J) of the
in one hundred and sixty m.les of the railroad The goods consisted of 1 box peppersauce, in every respect with any country paper pub
[From tho Portland Bulletin.]
quartz lode, known a» the Johnson A Elder Quartz
On the north ; and the iron track will be I box pepper and 1 box tobacco, in original lished in. Oregon.— Guard.
Vancouver, Jan. Itch.
Lode, at the head of Scbively Gulch, a tributary
He was reared in tbe backwoods, (more it
the right hand fork of «aid Jackson creek ; also
coming closer from each way, every week. packages. Mr. Thompson had the goods left
A inau named Judge Ford, pretending to of
the undivided one third (|) of the Elder A John
the pity), and Grant should have excused,
T iik W ar .—The telegraph announces that
Mr. Martin, the division agent of the Stage where found, and procured two men to watch
be tin attorney for the North Pacific Ila Iroad son Quartz Mill and machinery, situated cn the
and pitied the ignorance exhibited in this,*
Company, informs us that by next Spring the them. About 11) p. m., a Chinaman made the bombardment of Faria has commenced,
Company, has mysteriously disappeared, ami right hand fork <>f said Jackson creek, all in Jack-
his first attempt to “influence” the Presi
son county and State aforesaid, levied upon as ttew
trip by stage from Tehama to the one hun his appearance at the place, and was ordered and sheila have been thrown into the Hotel
I it is supposed that he has committed suicide, property of the said M. A. Elder, to satisfy ths
dent. But it is now too late to mend mutters.
dred mile stage north of Eugene, will be to 6tand ; but failing to do as he was ordered, de Invalides and the Luxembourg. It is
as his hat has been found in the river. He above mentioned execution.
The deed is done. Vale Wood ! Good-bye,
This the 14th day of Janusrv. A. D., 1871.
made in three days. This looks like busi was fired upon by one of tho watchmen, said that on to-morrow, the 22>i, ten thousand
leaves papers speaking of his intention to
HENRY KLIPPEL, Sheriff,
George ! Governor. Hail ! and furewell !
after which be concluded to not go any far.
Ichabod is written on your forehead, and
Jan. 21 st. 1870.
[From the Albany Democrat.]
city. The Parisians are hopeful and heroi
your glory has indeed departed forever. But
S tkamboated .—In the Sentinel of the 7th ther; and in fact did not move until tl>e Cor
call/ intend to sustain the seige to the bitter
Wheat is worth a dollar a bushel at Al
inst. appears what purports to be tbe Major oner’s jury appeared for inspection—their
we are curious to know who were Wood’s
companions in misery. A Washington let bany.
Excommunication, fulminated against Kirg verdict being about as follows : “Said Ch)
Redemption of State Bounty Bond*.
Victor Emanuel by the Pope. The original
ter to the Portland Bulletin gives the follow The taxes for Linn county are lighter than
W e notice that the Portland Balletin speak*
of this remarkable document will be found removing stolen goods, by a pistol shot fired
ing, as the names of the Oregonians sojourn •hat of any other county in the State, save Anm*t. Applicable for Redemption,>11,000-
very high terms of two pictures painted
in ••Tristram Shandv,” a novel, written by by W. G. Bucjianan while acting in the ca
ing in the National Capital; II >n. D. P. Polk county which is the name—15 mills on
by our late townsman, J. M. Sutton. One is
the dollar. This speaks well for the economy
Lawrence Sterne in the last century. It is
Thompson, of Oregon City ; C. M. Lockwood, of our Board of Commissiouers.
O fficii S tate T reiscrer ,
Sal*-tn, Jun. 7th, 1870.
a clever burlesque, but Sterne never dreamed more consider it a justifiable homicide.
Oreat Falls of the Middle Fork of Rogue
that a hundred years after his death, it would
K alama .—The new Railroad City on the River. Both these pictures have been on and B. F. Dowell, “the irrepressible collector suspended until spring, and a large number t^ceived by the undersigned, at his office, ?n Sa
be paraded as a gonuine emanation from the Columbia, is attracting great attention, and
lem, until Feb. 9th, 1871, for »he susrendea of
exhibition at the Post Office here, and are of Indian War Claims.” Perhaps when of tho men are empfoyed in graveling and Bounty Bon Is. issued uu ter provision o an A<at of
these gentlemen return home, they will fur ballasting the road between here and Port the Legislative Assembly of the Stute of Oregon,
exciting the fear of the Portland people. familiar to most of our citizens.
lished the hoax, has acknowledged itse.l They are beginning to be seriously alarmed,
grunting Bounty to volunteers of this State, enlis
nish us particulars of the interview. Mr. land.
ted in the service of the United States, approved
sold ; will the Sentinel do the same?
an F rancisco dispatches under dato of Dowell may give us a letter in the Sentinel
The Ensign Says that the brewery at Rose October 24, 1864, at the lowest rate, not exceeding
lest Portland on Wallamette may not be the
Jan. 11th, state that the Central Pacific Rail before that time, after the manner of his burg, belonging to Messrs, Mehl
Rhast, par value, as may redeem the greatest number ef
L itigant O rgan .—The T imes has been ap railroad center of the North Pacific after
the llonde. Bids to include interest to date of surren
road Directors say that they will complete the celebrated letter on Stanton.
pointed the Litigant organ for Jackson coun all. At the last railroad meeting, Judge
der, Mid* to be addressed to
California and Oregon Branch to the Oregon
All legal and judicial notices, sum Shattuck told the Portlanders some very
Treasurer of State,
monses, Ac., must be published in this paper plain truths when he said “we had not one
burg Post Office for the year are thti« stated :
hereafter, or such advertising will be void. single natural advantage as a city. All
that we had was accidental, advnntitious, of the railroad.
This well known magazine presents as usual, fore issuance. 320$. - Orders, drawn, 135;
See the “Aat to protect Litigants,” published
and artificial. An accumulation bad taken
an interesting table of contents. Published amount, $5,355. ’ t
oa fourth page. As “julicial and legal do place nv>re by accident than design.” Port
We learn that the miners at Steamboat,
h;<» I f
tic«« of whatever nature,” includes estrays, land will hnve to display more public spirit at the head of Applegate, have been unable to
At the Roseburg Land Office, for Novein
persons desiring to publish estrays, will gov thrn she has hitherto done; will have to work for sometime, owing to the freezing ?3 00 per annum.
her ai.d December the transactions were:
For November, acres sold, 3,019 : home,
ern themselves aceordmgly.
disrerard the carpings of those who would
*n orifice the best interests of their citv, to weather.
We are pleased to learn that the State. ■deads, _2.757 ; pre-emptipns. 1.473—total
HEREBY ANNOUNCE TO THE VOTERS
Holt. L ansing S tout .—We very much re he gratification of personal ill-will and pal-
acres, 7,249. For Dwmbcri acres sold,
of Jacksonville, that I will bo a candidate fur
R oads .—The roads in this countv arc in Board of Land Commissioners, have appointed 2.215; homestends, 386; preemptions,!.
gret to le irn from the Portland pipers, that trv spite : or, she will, a* “Judge Shattuck
luwu Marshal al (he election in March, next.
Hon. Lansing- Stout is a^uin confined to his said,” take a back seat in commerce and busi excellent condition. There has not been Judge T. H. B. Shipley as the Agent of the ,662—total for December. 4,264. Grand total
for the two months, 11,513.
State and School Lands for th:s county.
Jacksonville, Jan- 2lst, 1870.
rain enough to make them muddy,,
bsd by serious illness.
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.