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l*abiRh¿d feVery Saturday Morning
QŸ J. ht. T. MILLER fle CO.,
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In Tas D kmocmatic T imks «»II be Aarged at
the following rat««
First insertion, (ten lines or less)..........—43 Ofr
For each week thereafter...—’...........................
A liberal dedaotion from th« abov« ratas will be
made on quarterly and yearly adv«rtis«nenta.
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Publishers and Proprietor«.
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>• 6t». over Reame« A WU'
CKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY I, 1871
frnbivrifdton, prir annum?
Every variety of Job Work executed with neat
ncss and dispatch, at reasonable rates.
jS®- LEGAL TENDERS taken at pit for
It keeps the [golden stream meandering in
every direction,'sending off supplies on every
hand, percolating the soil, and distilling ite
drops like the dew.
The foundations of such a society are laid
in this valley. The men and women are
here who helped to lay them, and now meas
ure its course with joy. All honor to’them ;
May they liye to pluck the’golden fruit!
It is well that the precious deposits of this
State have not all been extracted. Western
Oregon is probably as richly endowed with
valuable minerals as any portion of the
similar extent of surface; and no
doubt the supply is; inexhaustible. The >n*
troduction *of varied industries will demand
the extraction of these minerals, to be used
at home or wrought for other markets.
Western Oregon, is beginning to feel the
mighty movement of our age. She hears the
locomotive blowing 'the bugle of a grand
march. Its sonorous blast is awaking strange
echoes in nature’s solitudes. A few years of
wise legislation, supported by intelligent and
patriotic co-operation,' will make’ber nti em
pire in her-self. Her three'great valleys, in.
terlinked by. social and commercial, as well
as political ties,'uniting their advantages with
those of the mountains and the sea, now in
vite an enlightened immigration to share in
developing these inexhaustible resources.
i falls early and stays till May. But the gross
that the human race was divided into two
grows under thefsnowy fleece,’and when’that
sexes—male and female. This idea ia, how
ever, hardly correct, for by referring to our
Valleys—Rogne Rivêr ‘ and Valley- covering is melted off, makes amends for de
Crops—Capabilities of Soil y Climate lay. The droves of cattle which left the
atlas it was at las t discovered that there is a
Pi'vsocut’u>‘4 Attorney. II. K. Haunn.
—Scenery—East of the Cascades- shortened herbage of the plains, as the spring
Middlesex in Massachusetts.
— Circuit Court. Su.-oivl Monday
in lebruaVV an<l "Noveniber. Uounty Court, first
Crater Lake—Railroad Prospects- advanced, anq cropped the grass as they as
Plymouth was the landing place of the
Mo uday in each month.
Minerais—Inexhaustible Resources— cended towards the summit of the hills, wend
Pilgrim Fathers, who ceme over in the Greitt
Eastern, commanded by Christopher Ccffunt-
theirVay in summer time through the pass,
bus, which is graphically described'in By
’s Pilgrim’s Progress, showing1 bow welt
[From Correspondent to tho Oregonian.]
, vided on that elevated plain; . Thither, not
Jackson county contains a larger area than only the droves, but tlm- families also go and
the pilgrims progressed while craw-Hag up the
Seho J Suporiiitellieni? Win. M". Turner ; Survey
the State of Massachusetts. Iu fertility, camp out for a season. Leaving artificial
rock. General George Washington^» general. ■
Hoyrnr'd Coroner. L. Gauung.
y known as the Pilgrim “Father ‘Of tan» OtAite' 1
range of productions, climate and minerals, tastes at home, they seek natural luxuries.!
Jk«c*>W<AM dW-etMCt.—Juittm- of the Po*ca».l
James R. Wa.le ; Cun-table. N. Stephen»1 n.
try.” When quit« a small boy he out flow»'1
it is superior to that rugged State. Rut Putting an arrest upon fin end wing and
HAXXJAi— Tr*4eea. Jtri& s-K il-’
dried appt«-tree to show hia aaother thia» fee
these are gifts of nature. Whether this will hoof, and levying an income tax upon vine
«■>n, N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J.
eouidc’t tell « lie. On Plymouth Rock the
•ver equal that in wealth, culture and influ i and berry bush; they luxuriate in the choic
S.-lb>*irlc Roo.i*l«i. b. S. iloydtn s Irene-
» Marshal, JaauL P. McDaniel 1
first cradle of Liberty was rocked by one of
ence, is a problem to be solved by tbc people ! est gifts of nature. Tho mountain air exhil-
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the Pilgrim Mothers.
erates. Rest on the bosom of Mother Earth
Judge, J. R. hilbrst
recruits exhausted energies. Communion
: CleVk . f ti.-iHes Ounhei : A jim -
rum and whale fisheries, but Nan-tuck-it ail.
square miles extending across the Cascade I with nature in her unprofaned haunts tends
»or. R. E. Foley: Trea^M-er. Wm. Nauck« ;
New Hampshire is principally inhabited
to independence of character and simplicity of
¡' Seh ieT’'^fi»:rinteiifl«’nC, It. R. .Mid-il-i-
mountains. They belong io thaï White-1
gion of Oregon. Th°re are several large val lift.1
family, and consist of seven or eighth-peaks,
leys in this county, the most prominent of
Beyond this, Cn tho lake level, is Fort
rcuiuC"urt. 2d Monday
each one averaging about 6,000 feet high—
nlayjn 0 (jber. County
Klamath ; and six miles from it the Klamath
January, April. July and
which is very good for high. The natives
leys oq . tlie^st, and the Rogyo rtyi-'ti Indian Reservation. Further still is Lost
apeak uliar appearance, and live chiefly
we$f. ■w- v
river and Goose lake.
on shoddy tourists who go there for a change
Travelers-on the stage pusi through this
Near the Dead Iudian country is Sunken
of ulimb. The Notch, a deep narrow gorge
¡region in the night, and are therefore ufiac-
lake, a great natural curiosity. Mr. James
quainted with i«e l^eutiee by actual eight. !
about two miles long through the mountains,
S. Upward, surveyor of Jackson county, re-
has quite a gorge-ous appearance.
. The writer has passed thrQu^l^^t.t^rpe times : |
luted to the writer some particulars respect-
Maine is pleasantly located in Easport i
and although ho>baA¡harm] -iteAttract ions,1 j ing it, which he obtained by personal exam
nearly opposite to Grand Manan. Grandma
'had no opportunity to “behold them. TJ j U'
A. L. L.
ination. ‘'It''occupies a very lofty elevation,
J.lCKmtltLE LOD<JE No. 161
glimpse? dfft wMen tliess1aJe traveler efldfA
Nan is said to be the “oldest inhabitant” in
and exhibit« wibh its snrr^uodiwgs a desolate
that region. An “onreliable cuss” from
es do not disclose
beat part of the valley. scene. It ' ihdst"‘tfe fed by enbterranean
ITS REGULAR MEETINGS ON
Nob JeVsey said that “Maine was not worth
Saturday eveuiug at the Odd Fellows'
Mountain ranges define it on every side- springs, Bince no visible stream, except rills
iera is go<>d,starnling itrp invited to
a tfitn.” This statement is diabolically false.
*s from melted sno*,:<evw enter it. Below it,
J AMT'RUCKl.KY. N. G.
J The isolation is Ci‘ijQP‘’’^e;
broad that it produces no aensat^o o^cim-
the United States, is a lengthyjpatcb of ground The Kennebec is crossed by a prodigious dam
;. PAULSON, R. Sec y.
and at a considerable distance from it, two
California St.. (Up Stair«,) over Hesmei 110
’finement. The southern btnodary presents stream glide away from it in opposite direc ■tretcliii'.g North and South from Boating as creating numerous milt sites, The Millcite
<k Wilton's Livery Stable,
Tribe of Indians are located Bite'Ili large
I for the tauri pant a-premei.*-JUS
tioas, one io Klamath river aDd lake, the far as can be seen through a piece of smoked
quantities. Calais, although generally sup
Rj* iplsah Decree meeting, last Mouday
the other side«-«re gentle wiwpe»; »»¿‘I'R’K to other to Rogne river. If these proceed from gla-s with the naked eye.
posed to be a peaceable little town, h noted
each m-'ntb. al ”i o’clock p. tu.
a great hoightr and TotoJi^jn vérifiant be^u tbie mountain reservoir, as is highly probe-
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long, but from a glare measurement it was for its “mills.” The population are chiefly
tv. Some of these top« are clothed with grass I bT^-’.Mif'y
their way out through subter
R. B. WATSON.
c. M KiirLKS.
Mill wrights. The Millerite doctrine is the
,3*.on; ib t.i ¿
of greerest hue, and some with giant firs, i ranean eaviif’».-'1 -The tirat view of it is very found to be 2,400 miles short.
KÄUFER K WATMW • ”
i which in the distance look like shrubs. grand and thrilling. It discloses a chasm, wallops all creation. It is the most grandi- Pennsylvania was settled by English Quak
Anon, a bolder summit overtops the rest, like a vast excavation, io the depths of which
ferous, gigantic, glorious country on the face ers under W. Penn, who is noted fur his up-
Ätbracy and Couiiscllor-at-Law,,,
crowned with spotless white.
the silent waters reflect the surrounding ¡of the greeD airtb, anywhere between sunrise write dealings with the Indian«. Éeûig
Between these towering ridges is spread gloom. Perpendicular cliffs, like walls of
J AUKSIINVI LIT.. OKFiGOX,
out one of nature’s fairest scenes. It is a masonry, rise from the water’s edge and and sunset. The natives are more enlight honest, he could not be called a steel Penn.
W ü pEïtw* Hw Puni ••■'eToiirt.
riet, "Çi4 I
broad plain intersected by the swift flowing prohibit all access to it, except in two ened—talk more bunkum, make better “cock Cincinnati has been made pig-culiarly, famous
river, descending into it from the Cascade .places; and the lowest point which over tails,” manufacture more greenbacks, eat by its pen, having been settled by the de- -
iu I a.eS JW- 0-cMpiortbv O. I
rangé by a canyon of extraordinary wildness, ! hangs.¿lie cbaem,. Mr, II. estimated at 830 more pumpkin pie, drive faster trotting hor1 sçendents bf Ham. Philadelphia, its capital,
.1 h --.I i - — opp-.-l'e Court Ilouse .’<|U»re.
through which it plungea witli many a lofty i feet from the surface of the water. Its form ses, chew ,T20re tobacco, expectorate more is capitally laid out in regular street!. - A
I»r. !.. T. DAVIS,
freely, • have more Bifumboat, ■ exploeions, large amount of capital bas probably- bétn':
pointe pidrit flow the uf
; is elliptical. The narrow diameter be reck-
longer rivers, larger prairies, ,?'Ore quack laid out to produce such a fine appaara&ae—*-
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J ur.ed at five miles, and the long one at eight
deetors, less babies, bigger Bunker Hdl a good deal of wotk is done-•*♦« the ‘ aqtmre^
en trees ; ,
| miles, across.
The great guJf looks like the i
Op’iosi tVÎ lié «*I«I
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monuments, smaller self esteem, larger na- ’ there. . Pytc Roleum is the vrelI-tlûesLniÿp Ja
A VINO A LARGE A N D WgLL BÌBL4CX- , . and <M»k ©penings, groups qfUyes a»d groves, 1
-..Ul Lil« .
■*'“*?. fH Jle 4 owns several
i «kik ^Ly
wed JbrsÉBftoppi ng them I
tional deb\ richer shoddy and petroleumarls-
A :< a t N3 XS Tjï VKR V
"=? - ji*:"
| i tiuguished by an irruption of water.
J j wim
ui-.-’ — ,
vantircÂ 1< >wq ¡»-’n** siî
* ! i Fn varfene fiîraAtîsMM
li 4. ! ; from this resemblance it ia propose^ to call it Mbrftohs, and more »tar Spangled Banners In fuctk he aqys he has been on “BouyboB
some jif which from peculiarity of form are I Oruter lake. A picture ,of .this- curiosity, than the natives of the Sandwick Islands and
probably the only on« ever takeB, is ,now qd i 1
t>l< . k. 15. UtllKBECK.
Oregon is so called after a Mormon gentle
wofftry of a nearer inspection.
New Jersey combined.
.Âïil’jf Mû tritìi E AND SUR
i Tira valley is only a part of the area which exbii),itjon at, Mr. Shanahan's iu Portland.
named O'Regan. It h chiefly noted for
The copartnership started in 1776 with 13
j TI cu J ¿»fOtpjAly to all calif
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V [ •.
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' max be pr >perly designated the Rogue river
. Ri» yßiuv cu i. rçsukue*»
(which, kneadless to say, is a baker’s dozen) being the residence of “Low the poor Indian”
regi+Fft. Taert^are »»her Well-defined valleys Portlaud, estimates the diameter at five or j States. The rest have beon taken in since. and his family. They depend principally on ,
Tiie Overbeck llo*.pital.
1 whtc'j take their names froax-stream« that i six miles by twelve miles. But I must re-' The Southern States considered themselves scalping for a livelihood, and barely mongge,
-tolfr «'H'1». Ort-g m.
iato-ri» TÌyéFJ——cf these contain turn'to more Utilitarian themes.
j taken in considerably, if any dependence can' i by So doing, to “make both ends meat.” (
D. B. REA.
i As I was coming this way, men were look- I ' be placed in the statement of Jeff. Davis, a Some one who has observed their mode’ of
¡JUTnrFfHls setti in -nts.
“ ‘ FAY A KE k
The isolated posltioaof these v^evs nat ing northward. TIere their gaze was divided. ! celebrated Historian and a native of Con- flourishing a tomahawk says “they must do a.
though not very «harp
urally prompts the inquiry, how they came to They were looking northward, aod also to- I ' necticut by his first wife,
ward the eait. They were all looking for | j The inhabitants reside principally in brown they are noted as hair raisers.
be so extensively settled. 1'be wide range of i
OFFICE — la Court lions», up »t,airs.
ct,»i L . o
' the Ibcoqjotive. The announcement of a new ' , stone houses, and_dcpend, to a great extent,
•tn *»• !•> ic
production, ca«e of cultivation, and genial ;
W 1 practice in th1.- Supreme an 1 other Courts
A C ommon mistake .—la a private parlor
railroad connection is received with enthusi-, i for subsistence on eating und drinking. They
of this State.
jand salubrious climate, give the explanation. I
asm. The California Pacific Eastern Exten eat pumpkin pie and tobacco, nod drink it is very rod» to talk while persons, wbf •
The capacity of the soil has been tested for :
~^r~ P irti. alar attention paid to the collection
sion Company propose to enter Jackson coun- Bourbon and “Jersey Litenin.’’ The climate t have been invited to entertain the eotftpeay
gn<k State Goi-yrn-
twenty years. All sorts of grain, everv va-|
We aro prepared to do nil kinds of
with some music, are playing or singing.
‘“v*!*»-1 Ulf le-ri
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, riety of Jruit known to the temperate zone,! ty, near Goose lake ; send a branch track in- is temperate, which speaks volumes for the
Neither is it nt all polite to whisper in a con
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I to this valley, and another to Ogden to con- extraordinary exartions of John B. Gough.
1 tf.. ;
wild soave belonging to the tropics, grow and [
Lode.« under the rteenl’Act <>f Congress.
room during the performance, no mat
Tho principal State is called Massachusetts.
I)K. W. JACKSON,
fl lurish here. Indian corn, so fickle in most ' 1 nect with the Union Pacific. The Oregon
i Central will place this valley on the main This State derived its name from the follow ter if you do pay your money. If you nro
j places on the coast, is here a regular crop. I
¡coast line, and the new project will give it a ing curious incident : Several years ago a not entertained, you should not disturb those *
Dental R «fan« in Asnildin
rhrr’rly occupied by
direct connection through the trans-continen colored African slave of the Negro persuasion who desire to listen, and did not pay their
highest prizes. Sp’endid horses, strong,
• Dr. E H. Gteenhinrr, corner CfflTornia and Fifth
tal line, with the vast network of railroads on cultivated the tobacco plant in the vicinity of money to be annoyed by yon.
Streets. All styles of Dental work done on short
sleek, ponderous cattle, thick set fleeces,
Talk and laugh all you will during inter
iiStir*^ :rt: reduced prices. Partionlar attention
crop the rich pasture ; and the ever-grunting the Atlantic side. The prospect is very Boston. One day, ns one of the Puritans missions, even stand up and look around if
given ta the TCiulatien of children’s teeth. T^eth I
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
! bright. These connections will undoubtedly j i was passing the slave, he askod the contra-
extracted without pain by the use ef the late I
; swine is pushing snout into more redundant |
you like, but remain quiet while the singers
; be made; and all of Western Oregon and
methW of locai aaaaihesia. Ail work warranted. I
1 Washington, and the North Pacific coast, | I “No, sar,” replied Sambo, ‘ I hoes it, but or other musicians are striving to give you
'lhe climate is captivating. Some days in will share in the benefit. Starting from
your money’s worth of pleasure.
summer are very warm, but a hot term does Portland, travelers can then pass through to Massa chews it."
In a hotel parlor, however, it is very differ
John Quincy Adams was so sensibly struck
ent. If persona propose to amuse themselves
the Eastern States without change of cars, or
lightful and very accessible retreats. The beiog at the outset marked as way-passen- with the originality of the idea that he imme at the piano there, they must not expeef
diately propoeed to the “selectmen” that they
rains of winter are frequently suspended by
i gers, to be set dowD by a branch railroad, to should choose it for the name of that State. others to listen or etop conversation unless
cloudless skies, when sparkling sunshine and
they choose to do so.— Elm Orlou.
Boston, its principal village, is universally
balmy breezes repel depression and make i wait for the train.
The settlement of this valley is connected known as the “Hub’’ of the Universe, aiound
W aste of T ime .—It is useless to quarrel
breathing a luxury. Rev. W. A. Williams,
aving located in J acksonville ,
with those we love, and to whom we are bound
inform,’the eitiieas of thia place and vicinity
who has kept a meteorological record regular with gold mining. Mr. Colver’s surveys led
that he is now prepared to take orders for all kinds
by sacred ties ; for unless we wish those tie«
ly for twelve years, reports a highly agreeable
of gents’ and boy’s clothing at reasonable prices.
J 1 It has also long been, famous for its Baked broken, or desire to spend the rest of our
state of wind and weather, a remarkable eq
Satisfaction guaranteed..’- > *
C leaning and R epairing done. "T8-X
liability of temperature, and a combination metal in the surrounding mountains led to lieans and Brown Bread, (Eofy Bean y— lives in a mad fit, reconciliation must be had,
John Brown was bred in Virginia, but a concessions made, pardon asked and forgive
July 21. 1370.
of climatic qualities which are highly favor the discovery of gold quarte, silver, iron,
singularly beautiful, classical ballad, supposed ness granted—when all that has been said in
abb to health and longevity. Mr. Colver, lead, and ‘ inexhaustible supplies of coal.
who is known throughout the Stdte, and Here «re the ores of both precious and useful to have beetwwritten by Bret Harte, states anger is washed away in tears of repentance
or regretted with 6hame.
knows it by intelligent observation, selected metals, and here is the coal to smelt them. that at present “his body lies a mouldering
There are men and women who indulge in
i in the ground.’’) Boston is justly celebrated
this valley for a home, after having traveled Salt springs and medicinal waters also
outbursts of temper that their friends
over all the States of the Union, except two. abound.
give no heed to their words, more
A vast amount of gold has been lifted from , sides in the “Hub.” He is called the Hub
lie raises upon his splendid farm a great va
than the ravings ol insanity, What a hu
1HOIC» LIQUORS AND CIGARS CON-
riety of fruitB of delicious flavor, aud regards its native deposits, and carried out to enrich Bard and is supposed to be a lineal descend
J stantly on hand.
miliation for an intelligent, reasoning being 1
the valley as able to compete with any agri other localities—making the valley by so
Rather than come to that, is it not better to
cultural region of the coast.
much poorer instead of wealthier. This wife of Cotton Mather, one of the Pilgrim
be patient and bear with the faults of our
Mr. 8. D. Van Dyke, formerly a member seems to be tho fate of mining localities. The
12 1-2 Cents.
of the Legislature, gives good reasons f«r a yellow stream hasten« to getaway. It should Common Schools, which are as free as—the friends, remembering that they lxavo to do the
July 17 th, 1869.________
high estimate of the capabilities of this re be -arrested, and made to irrigate the soil wild antelope. The Schools are not called same by us?— Elm Orlou.
whence it first flowed. But no arbitrary law Common Schools because they are on the
S everely W itty .—A retired cheesemonger
Common, yet they are uncommon fine schools.
These are examples of views and opinions ean effect this. The course which wealth
The Common’s cool in Winter, and the boys who bated an allusion to the business that
which are universally entertained by the in takes is like the course.of trade—it flows
and girls who attend it pond-er studiously had enriched him, once remarked to Charles'
he undersigned , having fully
Lamb, in the course ol a discussion on the
refitted this aid and favorite place of resort,
dered for it. It is the old law of exchange when they are learning—to skate.
now offers the‘re*y best of liquors and segars at
Poor Law, “You must bear in mind, eir,
Salem, which is noted for its Witches, is
The larger pgrt of Jackson county lies east and circulation, as inflexible as the law of na
T 19.1:3 CENTS.
that I have got rid of all the stuff which you
The Saloon is eornmodions, the billiard tables
of the Cascade range. Tho pass through the ture. What the mining districts need, then, pleasantly situated in tho vicinity of Massa poets call the ’milk of human kindness.’ ”
are of the latest and most improved pattern, and
mountains presents some sublime views,'min is an intelligent population, sustaining the ohusetts. The report, that the Witch of Lamb looked at him steadily, and gave bis
the wants aT guests promptly supplied.
gled with some of nature's strangest freaks. institutions and promoting the ends of mod Endor bad requested to end her days there, acquiescence in these words: “Yes, air, I
do J*ofi>t* of Hilliard* For X>rlnlc*.
Beyond it, on an elevated plateau among the ern civilization, engaged in diversified pur lacks confirmation. The. inhabitants subsist am aware of it; you turned it all into cheese
And all other kinds of printing required
to be done in thb community, on
mountains, is the “Dead Indian Country,” suits, with cultivated tastes, happy families, principally on sandwitches and are generally several years ago.”
Tifose knowing themselves indebted to me will
very reaaonable terms.
without delafr and settle, as I must
which received its name from an occurrence attractive homes, end local attachments. well bred, They are also largely engaged in
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hive money, and that soon.
_£»C*Y«e«h» want Job Printing done, give which took place in the time of Indian hotil- Such a community manipulates the lar of chipping. They build vessels and sail 'em.
learn of none but himself is
us a call, and we will satisfy you both in styleand
for a master.
. c. . ’ priea.
JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE.