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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES,
Published Every Saturday Mornin
BY J. N. T. MILLER & CO.,
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, (AAV 13, 1811
Every variety of Job Work executed with neat
aess and dispatch, at reasonable rates.
^9“ LEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
I caled near the lower end of the upper plains,
Statistics of Marriage.
On Buying a Horse-
at.d m<t fur below the mouth of Bear, or
Siewmt's creek, nil ike way to the coast, nnd • The average age of women, when they
It is often necessary for a man, who has
F irst J i diciai . D istrict .— Circuit Jml.e. I’-
on the tributaries from Ashland on the Sou'll 'Harry, is 25.4G years ; and of one hundred
much knowledge of a horse, to purchase
1*. »’rim ; Prosecuting Attorney, II. K. ll.-ninn.
'ids of the valley, and in all the streams on who reach this age, twenty one will nevti
.M c £-« oh t’,»<’>■'’/— Circuit Court, Second Mommy
me. A proper use of the facts in the an
the north »ide of the river coming in below marry, With men it fares differently , for.
in February cn«l November. County Court, tir»t
S urveyor G eneral s O ffice . I
article will be likely to enable him
Monday in each month.
Gold Hill, westward to the miutli of the strange it ns may seem, more women thai
Eugene City, Ogn., Sept. 15, 1868 I
to make a purchase without being over
t’-oix'y rjj'i.-.-r«—Judge. T. IT. B. Shipley;
The valleys ui the Umpqua m-d Rogue liver. Gold deposits have been found in men get married, and, of one hundred of the
Clerk, Silas J. Day : Sheriff, Henry Klippel :
river do no not abound in such extensive payingquantittea.
latter who reach the marriage age of 29.5
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Foudray : Treasurer, Jehu
“In buying a horse, particulnr attention
tracts of level lands as the \\ illnmette A al
Be« des tln-se river, creek, and ravine »ear«, twenty two will die bachelors. Tiius.
Neuber ; Assessor, David Kedpath : County Com
missi .ners, John S. Herrin. Thoma* Wright ;
be given to the eye. It should be
ley. The hill country prevail« to a greater mines which u»unl y occupy tha attention of I about one filth of i ur people are doomed to
School Superintendent. M in. M. Turner ; Survey
extent. t.As a whole they are better adapted miners bee.use of the convenience of water, die unweddeil, whether th-y prefer it or not : clear, stand out round and full. The eye
or, J. S. Howard ; I or mer. L. Ganung.
to atock raising than to farming. Yet ;n w‘ icti 1» imlispeii'iilce to mining operations,
Oi one humlie l matria.-es, about thirteen brows and lids should be free from bunches,
ir-7’. Precinct.— Justice of the Peace.
I R gue River
James R. Wade : Constable, N. Stephenson.
Valley there is a large utnount ihere are known to ex st extensive tracts ol of the men will be widowe s, mid only eleven and there should be no swelling under the
of firjt-rale fanning land, and, in its ngricul ••pay dirt,” nliieli it would require iinmeiiFe uf tl.e women will be widows, the bache lower lids.
Tnirn of Jarkenneille.— Trustees, James A. M il-
■ on, N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler. John Bilger and J.
turn! uppliunees, Las been for many yfais in Cost t<» put water upon. These mines will lors numb ring eighty seven, and the spin
“I would turn from a horse that has a dull,
S. H>warl: R-.-eor ier, I. 8. Hayden; Treas
of any other section < I Oregon. It tie here to interest the great capitalist in the sters eigh y-niiie. O:i general principles, sunken. Cut eye. In nine cases out of ten
urer, llcury I’.ipe ; Marshal. James P. McDaniel.
is a better corn (maize) country than the liituI r ; mean« li le rimers wi.l continue to there may be irn seriuus objection to old \V\|
there is trouble connected with it. Either
Willamette, being equal in this respect tu whittle<iway up u ihem with the water of ler's advice, “Bcvare of viddeis;” but we, the disposition of the horse will be bad, or
C. unhf <>/5<-rr«.—Judoe, J. P>. Sifcr« ; Sheriff,
in my of tbe best corn growing Stab s in thv. ihe gulches during the showeij of «inter, nut basing our cone.Union upon domestic ex* he will be lazy, or his eyes will fail. A good
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk, Charles llujhe» ; Asses-
«-•r, R. E. Foliy; Treasurer. Wui. Naueke;
Union. Being protected be:ter from the By H.e • x. mi; ‘n u of a few I undrt'd thou- pt iience, but upon a series of mathematical way to tert the present condition of sight, ia
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson, II. Wood-
fresh air from the ocean, melons and pi-aelus s iiid d.iiia, . w.itar could be brought into the calculation«, cru absolutely affirm that wid to lead a horse out of a dark stable into a
e -ek ; School Superintendent, R. II. Midulea-
and all manner uf garden vegetables fioiirisu banks ot pny uirl in the vicinity of Jackson ows do not,, by any means, monopolize the strung’ light. If lie knits Lis brow, throws
here belter than in the Willamette ur limp- ville, and wtien once there it wou d command niivrinioiiiiil market, and there is more to he
Jo»r}>tii,ie f'..ootif.— Circuit Court. 2d Monday
■ his head up as if to get more light, acts aa if
in April and Fourth M -n lay in October. County
qua Valleys; ill fact, this is * good gn.p.- the bank* and l idars i f the same deposits for feared from one spinster than Iroin a dozen : he wanted his glasses to see clearly—stand
Court. First Monday in January, April, July and
and tubacco CuUntry.
many miles; ><mi that ilie dust is there in widows—let I achelors make a note of this f uin under, you may be sure be has bad
The agriculture of Rogue River Valley i' paying q laiiuties lias been amply detimu tact — for the truth is, that spinsters have a eyes. The feet should also be carefully ex
mainly sustained by the iiiiih - s of that se>:ii<>i> s .auu i»y nun :>g operations which nave been better success agiinst widows in the hunt fur amined. A horse with bad feet ia little
and the ettv uf ) teka, located s-.Uih ui the carried <> ii them 1 r nearly twenty years. liusbiiuds than bachelors have against wid worth. A good foot is smooth, tough, and
Siskiyou Mountains in California.
llieir I'lieie are other districts in this Rogue river owers in the winning of wives. And, as all solid. The heels firm, (not spongy,) the
goods ure hauled in wagons either troiu Rt-ti couutiy similar to this which I have just de- the hunting and winning is above the will, frogs dry and the sdea shallow. S®e the
Bluffs, in California, or troix Crescent City, scriuvd, which in the future will be developed and superior tu it, we can not sav “beware” foot that the honest smith calle a good one.
on the Coast, 120 miles wist oi JacksoUV.I.e. into great mines. Many ledges ot gold-bear- to any, but ri.nply mini mish ml io accept I lie shoulders should be of medium size for
J ACKSOX VIDEE LODGE No
Yet, notwithstanding its interior location, its nic quartz liuve been L uml here, and some the conditions, uiid tu v.eid as gia<_eluliy as common use; as then you have good speed
OLDS ITS REGULAR MEETINGS
mines having been good mid extensive, giving ot them ate being worked with profit; and possible tu their predestinate fate, whatever mid durability.
every Saturday evening at tiie O<1<1 Fellows’
employment to a large number of mineis who I many mure ul them will be opeiitd ami work it may be—whetner single blesscduess ur
Hall. Brothers in eo.nl st mdin-z are invited to
“The limbs should be clean, free from
| were uluays well supplied with the "dust, ed when the fever to prospect for louse le Ige» I Wedded woe, cunjugul leliciy or Un wedded
JAMES BUCKLEY. N. G.
California St., (Up Stairs. ) over Reames
splents, wind galls, spavins and tumor3 of
THOS. PAULSON, R. Sec'y.
wiili wliicn to pay libel ttlly lor a.l they desired, in wtieh the gold is .«Upp.'Std to predominate »i IsUUH • €111.
all kinds. Should look as if made fur the
¿i Wilson’« Lhery Stable,
Jons B ilger , |
H e wiil not undertake to tell each uf our
the farmers in tins section flourish» d tu an over tiie ruck gradually cuols off, and capiiui-
H. K i . iitel , * Trustees.
body. In movement the fore legs and shoul
»xtraordinary degree, ui.d all departments oi ■sts become more cuii euted to rmbuk in lair leaders lmw oid she Will be when led tu
ll.V. llKi.as, )
ders seem to have but one action. If you want
Itacn’sr II »’>ekah Deere® nr'-eting, last Monday
business brought into r»qu s.tioii partook ol nulling operations with moderate prospects H id altar a blu-iiing bride, if that should
a good horse, look well to this.
night of each month, at 7 J o’clock p. in.
their prosperity. But in time the capacity before lli m. 1: was in this valley tbut ti.e piute tu be her desiiuy ; but we cun tell her
May 1-t. 1'
“The body should be well formed, back
of agriculture preponderated t Ver the ca; it ceiebruicd G dd ll>il w.is diScoveied, from »«but the chances are m the present state ul
C’. W. HAULER,
bilit v of the mines to consume, and a c< nipui- which »nine ! tbe first WtlgoUS luatis oi rock our kuowleOgj uf statistical facts, if we straight, and the hips lower than the withers,
1 auve s agnation m business was ilie result. .aaen vii .de ■ several ibuusiind dollars to tbe take the weddings that actually occur, we i See that the breathing is natural, and that
Attorney and (’omis ell or-at-Law,
The iack of market was seriously leit, and ui< toil. Bui not continuing the richness first i'hull find that in every ilmu-.nid there will there is no uncommon motion under tbo
■ <u let L r the-r surplus pt educe set tiled to be a piomisid, and the proprietors met ting with a be une hundred a id seventy nine wives under short ribs. A broken winded horse, unless
J ACKSOX VILI.i:, OREGON.
JACKSONVILLE, ORECON. mc-s'iiy ; mid c o siikr..!» e money was spell d-scouiiiging detachment in tbe ledge, the ,wen y wars, while there will be only nine resined. nearly always shows this. A horse
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and
by entet prising citizens in mt.*m pt mg to Lu .tl company bloke down u.,d the Inti was ubau bus', auds uf that tender age. But perhaps wiih a large, fleshy head, and thick neck,
■>ther C'-urt* of tais St >t».
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
wagon r ad* i-Ver the Cascades M-'Oiilaliis to doiied. Sajiiig nothing ol the "big lumps" I these lacts wi.l be better stated in statistical al-o one with fleshy legs, should be reject«!.
Jacob-,—<sp;w»site 1’i.iiit H<-u*e square.
reach distal.t mining camps. Some s aight a. d "big strike" that ure continually stum ¡terms thus: In every thousand marr.uges A lame horse, that ‘has been lame but a day
• >r two,’ from running in the pasture, or
a solution of ihe difficulty in the manufacture bird upob in these mines, and which would ' there w ill Le—
Dr. L. T. D.1VÏS,
from the prick of a nail, should be looked
ol Such articles' as di ,ined tiie country ol start the miners to a new discovery fur a . Husbands. B' û - m ■Ayes.
Under 20 years of nge. well to. Better wait till be gets well before
money by beiita biouglit w ith great expense thuusniid miles around, a large number find
Iroin abroad, *u -li as leather, lim**, whisky, profitable work be e, and many a “lucky 1 292
434 Between 20 a:ni 25
Oppo »ite 1 he <1 ’d
25 " 33
“There are many other minor points that
5 I AYING A LARGE AND WELL SEI.ECT- wine, tobacco, vinegar, soup, tan Iles, ami miner” makes his "pile’’ and strikes for
33 “ 35
1 U cd assurtrncut of
Sorghum -Jiup. They have in Inis v.dley 1 other parts of the world a ¡th a heavy wai-
A rkansas I jivi : ry S tadi f ..
of course should be looked up, auch ns age,
35 “ 4'3
many fine saw and grist mi.Is, d stiller-es, i let.
natural constitution, disposition, habits, in-
4 '3 “
.T ic'i’ .»»»ill«-. Oregon.
and applimices fur the preparation of the v.i
Th» Siskiyou Mountain rm s east and west 25
4 • 53 “ f-5
I)!C. A. n. OVERREIK
I have only intended to point out some of
55 “ 60
1 hey m.itiufncture wagons and fine furniture, range, and constitutes the southern wail id
\VTLL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
qualities of a good hose, that nn inexpe-
The reinain< 1er, nine men and five women,
ll GERV. and will atten i promptly to all calls
l'ney h..Ve here I me, coal, ami marble ; mid Ilog
>gue River Valley, and also serves ns a sort
1 rienced buyer would overlook. As a last
on professional busiuess. H.* office and residence I
at the town of Ashland there i* a mill f-r of I natural boundary bitwren Oregon nnd will be scattered along between sixty and
word I would say.--if you buy of a jockey,
The Overbeck Hospital,
the culling of ma. h.e, and al this loca lly the California. It is a loity and ruaged range. eighty years—an age at which almost any
expect to be cheated.”— Willamette Farmer.
0:i Oregon Street. Jacksonville. Oreg.-n.
euterpi isiug Citizens have court acted for a and at some points it piles up to the point ot i one would bn expected t > know belter. I.
large woolen factory, wiiiii is nearly ready eternal snow. Over tins mountain there is a i will be seen, however, that the desire as wel
jauks i>. rar.
i>. b . rea .
S trains in C attle .—Among the injuries
as the oppoiturity for marriage fails efi
to commence operaiions. Situated as they very • go,,d O graded mad, v cuistruc’ed wholly
FAY & KE A
that c ittio are liable to, few nre mure com«
are there, the manufacture ot woolen good- by private enterprise, ai d through a route, rapidly in both sex<s after thirty—up tu that
Attorneys and Counscllors-al.LaWy
age b oh seem to increase. In twenty seven rnonly met with than sprains or strains.
and the making up »>f cimlimg OUglll to be first < petted in the Spring of 1819.
thousand live hundred marriages, or there <hese usually take place in the fetlock joint,
OFFICE—In Court ll n*c, up stairs.
profitable and go f.»r tuwurd BastalUing bun
This mountain exhibits immense upheavals
about, there will be one hundred and nine- which, from its bone being cleft to form the
Will practice in the Su rein® an 1 other Courts
nc»* io that counirv.
of granite and it g-eat variety of kindred
t en men and oily»ix:c*n women between double hoof, ¡3 peculiarly liable to injury.
uf this State.
The Rogue river m nes, as has been ex- 1
sixty ami seventy years uf age, while four The back sinew of the leg is also sometimes
'7’9’ Partieul.tr attention paid to the collection
plained heretofore, are the oldest mines in
t-en men uml four women will he between the seat of the lameness. The nature of
■ f Claims ajain-t the Fed» rat and State Govern-
sprains is a rupture of the fibres of the sheath
Oregon, having been discovered in the sum
We. are prepared to do nil kinds of
lucnt*. the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption
granite fand, und it seventy utui eighty.— Appleton i Journal.
and lloin.'.stea'l Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
of the flexor tendon or back sinew of tlm leg,
mer ol 1849, Ine next season after the U h ma) be uem initiated as
Li les under the recent Act of Congress. 1 tf.
land for cultivation
or, in the case of the fetlock, of the smiller
covery of gold in California. At the lime o.
Dll. W. JACKSON.
ligament binding the bones together. The
the discovery ol gold here, this valley was in the worhl. But at mutiy iucalhies about
symptoms of sprains are excessive lameness,
inhabited by tl e most Warlike and iesolute
Dental Room* in building f- rtnerly occupied by
attended with heat nnd swelling of the parts,
savages found anywhere on this coa«t, and
Dr. E. II. Grccninan. corner California and Fifth
houses and churches, <4 great ideas and pro pressure causes the animal to shrink.
had it not been for the gold and its influence
Streets. AU styles of Dental work done on short
gross, on i.C'onntof the sentiments express-
The treatment of sprain should consist,
they would have been uble to tesist the ad
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
given to the regulation of chil Iren’s teeth. Teeth
vancement of settlements f..r a great manv
first, in subduing the inflammation of the parte
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
extracted without pain by the use of the late
rises up wiili perpendicular wa'.ls to a gre.it the Journal. It is a relief to know that it is by the aid of fomentation and Cold lotions;
method of local anesthesia. A.l work warranted.
Government immense sums of money above neight, what is estimated to be a tlmusaml from a man. not from a woman.
for instance: Goulard's extract, one ounce;
Nov. 20th. 186».
From the nm-t populous part of that same spirits of wine, one ounce; water, one quart;
what it did cost to subdue them. Bal the tert. Tm re are also io b.r louud about the
attractive power ot gold, and the natural de lower summits of this im>un am, wiih n the New England, from the region round ataiut to be applie 1 several times a day. Or the
sirahlenesa of the c -Untry, brought n.n enter pass ol the stage road, and perhai 8 4,5'30 feet the flub, informali<>n conies that more than lullowing, which may be applied with fric
prising class of people who were willing to ,tb .Vo the level of the seu, great masses of two thirds of all living children are b irn ol tion: Sal ammoniac, one ounce; vinegar,
bia»e all the danger» fr the sake of the u<l nid ocean Led, shu »¡ng in the ruck the forms j foreigners ; in other words are Roman Catho eight ounce*; spirits of wine, one ounce. To
lic b irn. Three out ol lour letters coming firtm a lot’on to be applied two or three timet
vantages of n pleasant un I healthy climate, of n great variety <4 seashells.
to city physicians wanting information ns to
where rich soil and good gold m nes lay in
a day. When tbe inflammation is subjued,
the safest and best ill* nos of nipping tbe
close proximi'y. This country was prospect
aving located in J acksonville ,
and not till then, a stimulant may be applied.
informs the citixeus of this place and vicinity
ed uml. r the most serious d.fficullies, and in tne finest tor bain.ng purposes iniaginab.e. flower in the l.ud, of blighting an immortal There is no better than the following lini
that he is now prepared to take orders for all kinds
the face of many dangers. In the interior, The effect of ibia warm mineral water oil the life, cotne from educated, enterprising, ment: Oil of turpentine, one ounce; olive oil,
ot gents’ ami boy's clothing at reasonable prices.
surrounded by unexplored an 1 almost impen skin is deila »<! by all to Le pleasint and thrifty New England Protestants, never a eight ounces; strong water of ammonia, one
.T-tF" C ikasixo and R rpairino done.
etrable mountains, traverse ! by only an emi lien«final ami it is resorted to for the sure one from a Roman Uatimlie ; these latter are ounce. Mix the turpentine and oil first,
July 2d, 1870.
grant trail which was wholly unfit f r the cure of cut.me. us diseases. There nre also taught early, taught plainly, thai the attempt then add th“ ammonia. This may be rubbed
purpose of heavv teaming, the pack train hud li c s <l.i rings here-—the sharpest and most to blight an itutn n tul nature i* muider, even in once or twice a day, until a scurf is pro
tn be depended upon mainly for all purpose.' deiiu'ou- and refreshing soda Witter ever if it does not succeed. It is murder, if the duced.— Willamette Farmer.
of transportation. Fl air reached S'; 25 per drunk, uml large qnan’ities uf it, there being thought is in the heart previous to a prol.fi-
T rotter *.—Thera arj but six fretting
pound, and luxuries, sue i ns bac n. sugar, a niimlii r of co »1 springs. Here nature in union. I’rutestiH.ts are too modest to put
horses having a rec >rd of faster time than
cotfee, tobacco, and whiskv, perfectly fabu tier gr. at iut< rnnl laboratory sets at defiince' forth any t<ae..ings mi the suljcct; lienee
lous prices. The brave “49tr” traversed man’s most refined ski.l in chemistry. Gicst the arch adversary has noth ng to do but s >w 2:20 in races, viz: Dexter, Lady Tbori «,
American Girl, George Palmer, Goldsmith
hoice liquors and cigars con -
all this country, his pick and shovel in one numbers nf people thr<>ng here to in-hl go in the seed of “word y prudence ;" ami th>e,
itantly on band.
b hand, ami his trusty rifle in the other.
But drinking this waier, and it is believed to ex watered and manured by considerations oi Maid nnd Flora Temple. There are one
worldly wisdom, grow up into practices mor«- hundred nnd fifty-two horses on record aa
many of these adventurous heroes paid wilt, ere se a beneG i.il effect upon all parts of the
hurtlul and wicked, and inure beas.ly and having beaten 2:30 in harness. The largest
their lives the penalty of tiieir daring enter system.
pernicious to tne body, in.ire degrading to micejever paid for a trotting horse was $60,-
12 12 Cents.
prise, and their b ines were left bleaching i>.
T he C ost •<? M ilitary G i . ry .—Wendell
July 17 th. 1869.
the camms and mountain gorges of the wil Ph.Hips give» in a few words nn impie-site the morals, than practice« with similar re 000. for tie Kentucky colt. Blackwood, given
derness. But afier two general wars with view of ihe infamous military s)S'?m of I’rus sults which prevail among Eastern nations ol by James Irving, of New York. Ilorae fan
the tribes of that country they were subdued -in. During the last thirty years, fifteen a lower c>viliza.ioii. Certainly, the great ciers watch milk carts aince the tio tirg
difference between the number of the children horse Surprise, who made a record of 2:25}
and removed ton reservation 200 mi’esaway ; ’.iiiHion-« of men have devoted three years ol
of American and foreign parentage ill ui.d last season, was firFt seen by hia present
HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING FULLY
So that person* living at a distance, who have tlo-ir live- t > military service. Tbu* have
refitted this »Id »nd favorite place of resort,
around Bo«t< n, where the population is ¡.bout owner, Mr. J. II. Ilarbeck, Jr., attached to
now offers the v®-y best of liquors nnd segars at
been deterred from coming here to try theii forty foe million years of human life b-en
fortune* in the mine*, because <,f their dread wa-.ied t > muke u nation of soldiers. Prussia halt and half, does n »t all arise from the i milk wagon on the streets of Patterson,
12 1-2 CE a VTS.
pride to the results, but the prac ices referred to, nor largely but only in N. J. Seven hundred dollars wns the price
The Saloon is commodious, the billiard tables
•if the Savages, may now coms with perfect mav point with
are of the latest and most improved pattern, and
a small part , s ill to that extent the subject asked f<»r him, which shows that the milk»
safety «nd impunity. These mine» have been
the wants of guests promptly supplied.
is worthy of notice with reprobation, les man had an inkling that he waa good fur
better prospected and tested thin any others
A nother R elative in tiie C rib —Mi~s
OO Pointu of Hilliard« For Drinks.
And all other kinds of printing required
in Oreg.....and that they are good, reliable, Lmy A. Bayliss, a relative of President silence might le id to its exlensi.n.— Hall s a mething else than to draw a milk cart.
Journal of Health.
to be done in the cotna unity, on
Shortly after he trotted in 2:30}. Dread
and extensive is c »needed by all who are nc Gmiit, has been mud.! Postmistress of Oyster
Those knowing themselves indebted to me will
very reasonable terms.
nought was also used on n milk cart before
do wj M to call without delay and sett.e, a« I must
quaitiled with them and experienced in the Bay. The President turned out a very aged
The Mercury anys G v. Gruver ha* iippoin
t was known that he was • trotter..— Wil*
have money, and that soon.
You who want Job Printing done, give
business. They are d-.str.bated along the incumbent who depended sulciy ou tlio sulary ted the Benton Democrat ns the litigant organ
n* & call, and wo will ratisly you both in «tyloand
for Beuluu county. Radicals let’s bowl.
maiu channel of tbe river from Gold Hill, of this petty office.
' Supplemental Repoit to accompany the
Report of the Surveyor General of
Oregon, for the year ending June 30,
NEW & FANCY TYPE,
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mit in Eitra casos :