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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1871
AN EXCITING RIDE.
New Road Across the Cascades.
jar- LEGAL TENDER» take» at par for
WEST POIXT H0RB0R8.
From the Albany Democrat of Juos 23d, Cadet Smith Declines the Society of Sil
How Mike Fink Rode the Deacon's Bull. Office-holders’ Candidate for President,
ly, Giddy Girls—Brigham’s Boy Pick
U. 8. Grant—Relation of Useless 8. we copy this :
ing up Tobacco Quids—A Lovely In
whom the other Office-holders want
Mike took a notion to go ¡ d swimming, and
We are authorized to announce that the
to renominate along with him.
Willamette Vulley and Cascade Mountain
he bad just got hie clothes off when he dis
covered Deacon Smith’s old bull making at
Wagon Roard, leading from this city to Eas
[New York Sun West Point Letter.]
I. Jesse Root Grant, President’s father, tern Oregon via Lebanon, Sweet Home, Soda
him. The bull, a vicious animal, bad come
to expectations, the hop that was
Spring«, Fish Lake, Ocboco, Crooked River,
near killing two or three persons; conse
the series did not come
II. Orvil L. Grant, President’s brother, Camp Henry, etc., is now open for travel.
quently Miko felt rather “dubus.” He did
not want to call for help, and the noarest partner with the Collector of the Port at Chi There are hundreds of cattle and horses en off last evening, but was postponed until
place from whence assistance could arrive cago ; expects something very good after the route over the mountains by that road, and Monday. The actual settlement of the ques
was the meeting house, which was, at that next election.
many others are preparing to start. John tion as to whether Cadet Smith will or will
III. Frederick T. Dent, President's fath Gilliland, Esq., the road agent, has bevn in not attend is therefore deferred. The Sun
time filled with worshipers, among whom
“was the gal Mike was paying hie devours er-in-law, Claimant of Lands at Carondelet, the mountains with a number of workmen man had an interview with the young man
to.” So he dodged the bull as the animal Missouri—euchred by Wilson, late Commis repairing the road, and reports the road now this morniDg, however, and learned enough
came at him, and managed to catch him by sioner of the Land Office ; has not yet got the clear of logs and other obstructions, and the to set the young ladies’ minds at rest in re
gard to “that horrid Smith.” He will not
the tail. lie was dragged around till he was i lands, but hopes to get them after the next snow fast disappearing from the mountain
County OJicen.— Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
attend any of the hops, for reasons which the
nearly dead, and when he could hold out no| 1 election.
passes. There are yet several miles of snow
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk. Charles Hughes ; Asses
reporter thought reflected great credit 'upon
sor, R. K. Foley; Treasurer, Wm. Naucke;
longer, he made up his mind he’d better “hol i IV. Rev. M. J. Cramer, President’s on the Bummit of the Cascades, but stock pass
him. He said, in reply to an inquiry en the
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson, H. Wood-
broths rin-law, Minister to Denmark ; ought over it without any difficulty ; one wagon
sock ; School Superintendent, R. R. Middles-
And new we will let him tell his own to be made Minister to Berlin without wait has also passed over, and others will soon
WHAT THE COLORED CADET SAYS.
Jottphiut County.— Circuit Court, 2d Monday
follow. Last week Martin Luper went up on
ing for the Presidential election.
in April and Fourth Monday in October. County
“Go to the bops? Oh, no. I’ve had
V. Abel Rathbone Corbin, President’s tho road with twelve workmen, to further
“So lookin’ at the matter in all its bear
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
ings, I cum to the conclusion l*d better let brother-in-law, negotiator of gold and real improve the route, and we learn that the trouble enough. I’ve been court-martialed
some one know who I was. So I gin a yell estate speculator, with James Fisk, Jr., and Company are determined to render this road twice, and I don’t want to bo again if I can
louder than a locomotive whistle, and it Jay Gould; has not made much yet, but superior to any other mountain road in Ore help it. I camo here to get an education,
gon before the Summer is ended. They have and to prepare myself for a commission in
warn’t long before I seen the Deacon's two hopes to after the next election.
dogs coining down as if they were seeing
VI. Brevet Brigadier General F. T. Dent, already this Spring made some valuable im the army. I didn’t come here to fly about
which could get thar first. I knowed who I President’s ' brother-in-law, * Chief Usher at provements in the way of bridges, cuttings with a lot of silly, giddy girls. If I want to
around crossings of streams, etc. Captain enjoy the company of young ladies there are
they were after—they’d join the bull agin , the Executive Mansion.
JACKSONVILLE LODGE N«. 1»
VII. Judge Louis Dent, President’s Humphrey, with his men, has returned from enough of my own color in the place where
brother in-law, Counsel for Claimants before his inspecting tour of the Cascade Mountain I belong—good, sensible girls, toe. I’ll wait
olds its regular meetings on
as walkin’ on this route, and if you’re no the President. Fees estimated at $40,000 a Road, having been absent from this city two until next year, when I’ll get a furlough and
every Saturday evening at the Odd Fellows’
Hall. Brothers in good standing era invited to
objection, I’ll jiat take a deck passage on year; expects to make more after the Dext months. He went from Ochoco via Camp go home.”
JAMES BUCKLEY. N. G.
that thar back o’yourn.’ So I wasn't very election.
Harney to Snake river, which is the eastern
Reporter—Where is your home ?
THOS. PAULSON, R. See’y.
Smith—In Columbia, South Carolina. My
J ohn B ii . gkr , )
VIII. George W. Dent, President’s broth
California St., (Up Stairs,) over I Reames
H. K lippkl , '• Trustees.
“Then, if you’d been there you’d have er-in-law, Appraiser of Customs, San Fran lieves the entire route is superior to any other father lives there. I don’t know whether
H.V.H klms , J
de Wilton’s Livery Stable,
aworne thar war nothing human in that mix, cisco.
mountain road in Oregon. The route passes you’ve ever been there, but society there is
Regular Rahekah Degree meeting, last Monday
the sile flew ao orfuily, as the critter and I
night of each month, at "i o’clock p. m.
IX. John Dent. President’s brother-in- through large tracts of the richest lands in very different from what it is here. They
.May 1st, 1869.
rolled across the field—one dog on one aide, law, only Indian Trader for New Mexico un the world, thousands of acres of which are don’t exclude colored people from white so
and one on the other, trying to clinch my der Indian Bureau ; place worth 810,000 a ¡yet uninhabited and unclaimed. The road is ciety there. I know several yoong colored
B. ». WATSOM.
C. W. KASLBB.
feet. I prayed and cussed and cussed and I year.
now located and open for (ravel the entire ladies there that are welcome oven at the
KAHLER A. WATSON,
prayed, until I couldn’t tell which I did last
X. Alex. Sharpe, President’s brethcr-in- distance to Snake river, and it is the design levees of the Governor of the State, who is a
—aod neither warn’t of no use, they were so law, Marshal of the District of Columbia.
of the Company to put a lot of workmen OD white man from Ohio.
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
orfuily mixed up.
Reporter—You will go to Columbia then
XI. James F. Casey, President’s brother- the eastern section and improve the road SO
“Well, I reckon I rid about half an hour in-law, Collector of the Port of New Orleans ; that the most captious grumbler can find DO to spend your furlough ?
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON thia way, when old brindie thought it was
! fault with it.
Smith—Yes sir ; and I'm sure I’ll bo well
■ place worth $30,000 a year.
Will practice in the Supreme Court. District, and
other Courts of this State.
XII. James Longstreet, ths President’s
A B ook of O regon P oems .—We acknowl THE COLORED CADET ON WEST POINT LA DIM.
cool off a little. S> when he got round to a brother in law’s cousin, Surveyor of the Port
OFFICE — In building formerly occupied by 0.,
edge the receipt of a prettily gotten-up little
Jacobs—opposite Court House «quire.
tree that stood thar, he naturally baited. of New Orleans.
Reporter—Several young ladies up at the
volume of poems from the authoress, Mre.
are much exercised lest you go to the
XIII. Silas Hudson, Presidents own cous Belle W. Cook, through medium of a friend.
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
•artin.’ So I jiat clum a branch, kalkerlat- in. Minister to Guatemala.
It is entitled ‘‘Tears and Victory, and other
ing io ro»st there till I starved, afore I’d be
Smith—You may say in your paper, if it
XIV. Nat. A. Patton, President's broth ’ Poems.” The book is elegantly printed, and
worth saying, that, so long as I am at the
er-in law’s third cousin, Collector at the Port neatly bound in the green and gold style now
Opposite I he Old
Academy, I will never go to any ball or en
aving a large and well sklect - ing tracks for the tree when I heard an or- of Galveston, Texas.
so fashionable. It bears the imprint of E. M.
A rkansas L ivery S table ,
XV. Orlando II. Ross, President’s own Waite, Salem, and it is a specimen of print tertainment, neither will ¡jpay a cent toward
and if there wasn’t—well, there ia no use in
| cousin, Clerk in the Third Auditor's office, ing of which he may well be proud. Indeed getting them up. As I said before, I camo
' Weshiogton ; hopes fer something much bet the execution of the work reflects credit on here to study, not to make a fool of myself,
nest ever built. You’ll gin in now, Mike,
like some of these white fellows do, over a
ter after the next eleetion.
DR. A. B. OVERBECK
the State as well as on the printer and binder. lot of giddy girls, that don’t care a snap for
because there is no Leip for you. But bd
XVI. Dr. Addison Dent, President’s Of the more important feature—the contents
TL’ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
¡dea struck me then, that I stood a better
their little fingers. They think because I’m
1V GERY, sad will attend promptly to all calls
brother-in-law’s third cousin, Clerk in the —we caonot now so fully speak, for it re
on professional business His office and residence
chance ridin’ the bull than where I was.
a colored boy that I don’t know anything.
Register's office. Treasury Department,Wash-' quires more than a bare glance over the va-
Well, let them think so. I tell you I’ve seen
The Overbeck Hospital,
I' ington ; trusts his merits will be better ap- ri0U9 pieces to justly pronounce upon their
good deal within the last month. These
Oa Oregon Street. Jacksonville. Oregon.
predated after the next election.
merit, and this is all we have yet had time to young girls that come up here to flirt with
where it will.’
JAMB« D. FAY.
XVII. John Simpson, President’s own give it. But we have in late years read a
0. ». MBA.
“So I jiat dropped aboard him again, and
the cadets and lead them off on a string are
FAY A REA
looked aloft to see what I had gained by ccuein, Second Lieutenant, Fourth Artillery ; number of the poems published in Oregon not the kind of girls we have South. If they
journals from the pen of Mrs. Cook, and they
Attorneys and CounsellorwhLaw,
changing quarters, and gentlemen, I'm a promotion hope for after March 4, 1872.
were colored I wouldn’t associate with them.
were worthy of perusal and remembrance,
liar, if thar wasn’t half a bushel of the sting
OFFICE—la Court House, up stairs.
in’ varmints, ready to pitch intome when the mother s second cousin. Assessor of Internal g|ie ¡g a sprightly, vivacious, pleasing poetess,
Will practice in the Supreme and other Courts
Smith—Well, because I don’t think they
Revenue, Third District, Ohio ; better things Qn(j ¿¡gp|ayg a good order of poetic talent,
word was gio.
of this State.
know anything but to make fools of cadets;
| q’|10 volume before us is a book of 353 pages,
and when they go away the last thing they
KG“ Particular attention paid to the collection
XIX. B. L. Winans, President’s cousin’s and contains
of Claims against the Federal and State Govern
think of is the poor cadet that they have
husband, Postmaster of Newport (Ky.) ; is a very neat book to have upon one's table.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
ments, the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption
the doga, about a quart bit me, and the rest
been trifling with. “Nigger Smith,” as
and Homsatead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
readv for a higher place.
they call me, may have colored blood in hie
Lodes under the recent Aet of Congress.
XX. Miss E. A. Magruder, President’s
“Thia time the dogs left off fust, dead beat
DR. W. JACKSON,
T he W ife .—No man ever prospered in the veins, but be isn’t a fool by a long shot.
brother-in-law’s second cousin, Clerk in Gen
for the deacon's, and as soon as old brindle
MISERY LOVES COMPANY.
eral Spinner’s office, Treasury Department. world without the co-eperation of his wife.
and I eould get away we followed ; and aa I
Reporter—How do the white cadets treat
XXI. Oliver W. Root, President’s moth If she unites in mutaul endeavors, or • rewards
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by
was ODly deck passenger, I had nothin’ to do
Dr. E. H. Greenman, corner California and Fifth
er’s grand nephew, Assistant District Attor his labors with an endearing smile, with you now ?
Streets. All styles of Dental work done on short
with steerin’ the craft—if I had, we should
ney, Covington, (Ky.); would not refuse to what confidence will he resort to his mer
Smith—Oh, very much better. I let them
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
chandise or his fnrm, fly over the land, sail alone and they let me alone. Besides I’ve
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
as I said before, the dogs took the lead,
extracted without pain by the use ef the late
XXII. A. W. Casey, President’s brother- upon seas, meet difficulty and encounter dan got company now—Napier, and then in Sep—
method of local anasthesia. All work warranted.
brindle and I next, and the hornets dre’kly
.,1UVJ,OV) of Alabama, oomes. Then
in-law’s own brother, Appraiser of Customs, ger, if he knows that he is not spending b’’ i i tetnber,
after—the doga yellin’, brindle hollerin’, and
dov 20 3m.
Nov. 20th, 186».
tbrea of . u, .. We’ll be company
«•*» | be
New Orleans ; a good place, and wants to
the horneta buzzin' and atiDgin’.
rewarded by the sweets of home ! Solicitude, for each other. There’s one thing I’ve madu
“Well, we bad got about a hundred yards keep it.
XXIII. Peter Casey. President’s brother- and disappointment enter into the history of Up my raind to, though. You see I’m pretty
from the house, and the deacon heard us and
every man’s life ; and he is but half provi-
on roy jegS [an(j the cadet straightened
cum out. I seed him hold up his hands and in-law’s own brother, Postmaster at Vicks
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN AP-
up.) “I guess I can take care of
poined Local Agent of the Board of School
turn white. I guess be prayed then, for he burg, (Miss.) ; not as good a place as be
for happy hours, while for months of darkness myself,” he added with a smile.
Land Commissioner«, ia no* prepared to receive
didn’t expect to be called ao soon ; and it would like after 1872.
applications to purchase School, University and
and distress no sympathizing partner is pre-■ And 60 thia settles the hop question, and
State lands. No spplieation will be received un
warn’t long neither, afore the whole congre
P earls .—In the calendar of happinsas, pared.
doubtless the silly and giddy girls whom Ca
less accompanied by one-third payment of the pur
women and children—cum out,
time is reckond in minutes ; in that of unhap
G ems of W isdom .—Conversation enriches det Smith talks about will feel much re
and then all hands commenced yellin’. None
Office in Conrt House—np stairs.
T. H. B. SHIPLEY,
the understanding, but solitude is the school lieved.
of ’am had the first notion that brindle and I
WnAT BRIGHAM YOVNo's BOY THINKS.
Local Agent for Jackson eountv.
Carlyle says, “Maks yourself a good man. of genius.
belonged to this world. I just turned my
Jacksonville, Mareh 18 1871.
Another celebrity here, and one which at«
The less wit a man has, the less he is con
head past the congregation. I seed the run
much attention, is the sod of Brigham
scious of his deficiency.
would be up soon, for brindlo would’! turn
generally teach badly when they at
Every one who Lears the name of a gentle Young. He is a plebe, and is just now un
an ineh from a fence that stood dead ahead.
man is accountable for it to his family.— Gil dergoing the basing process. Ilis name is
Well, wo reached the fence, and I went
Willard Young, and be is a stout, aotive, in
ashore oyer the critter’» head, landing on the
The pebbles in our path weary us, and
Eloquence—True eloquence consists in say telligent-looking lad. The Sun man had an
other side, and laid there stunned.
interview with him this morning, and found
all that is necessary and nothing more.
“It warn’t long afore some of them as was
M^HOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS CON-
Modesty is to merit as shades to figures io him quite communicative. He has been here
not scared come running to see what I war—
stanti/ on hand.
since the 31st of May, and came direct from
for all hands kalkalatea that the bull and I
Poverty and pride are inconvenient com a picture ; giving it strength und beauty.
belonged together. But when brindle marched panions ; but when idleness unites with them
There is nothing that binds heart to heart Salt Lake City.
off by himself, they saw how it war, and one the depth of wretchedness is attained.
so quickly and so safely as to trust and be
In response to an inquiry as to bow he
12 1-2 Cents.
of ’em said :
thought he should like it, ha Mid it might do
Presence of mind and confidence which is trusted.
July 17th, 1869.
“‘Mike Fink’» got the worst of the scrim based on self knowledge, are essential ele All death in nature is birth, and in death very well for the last three years of cadet life,
mage once io bis life.’
appears visibly the appearance of life. There but the first year, he thought, was enough to
ments in a good teacher’s character.
“Gentlemen, from that day to this I drop
Clergymen who preach against the acquisi is no killing principle in nature, for nature try the patience of even a Mormon Mint.
“When I first came here, ho Mid, “and
ped the courtis’ bixneas, and bain’t spoken tion of wealth seldom object to an increase of throughout is life ; it is not death that kills,
they commenced the hexing, I thought
but the higher life, which, concealed behind
HE UNDSRSI0NED, HAVING FULLY
PAMPHLETS, to a girl since, und when my bunt is over on salary.
refitted this old and fkvorite place of resort,
the other, begins to develop itself. Death I shouldn’t rest easy until I had flattened out
thia airtb, there won’t be any more Finke,
A farmer who runs his farm without a
sow offers the ve^y beet of liquors and saga« at
and ite all owing to Deacon Smith’s brindle record of expenses, and the cost of different and birth are but the struggle of life with some of my persecutors, but I’ve come to the
12 1-2 CENTS.
conclusion that it’s bettor to stand it.
itself to obtain a higher form.
The Saloon is oommodioas, the billiard tables
crops, is like a ship without compass er log
The reporter looked at hie strong limbs
It may be put down as a fact that men yon
»re of the latest and most improved pattern, and
The secret of so many unhappy marriages book.
the want» of guests promptly supplied.
see hanging about public places from day to and powerful frame, and thought that the
Life has bsen called a warfare. Blessed
has at length been discovered. It is now ac
day are the right material to do all kinds of flattening out prooese would be an easy one
0O Foi*te off
Aad all other kinds of printing required
counted for by the fact that the “best man” then is the periodical armistice of the Sab mischief. They are the men who become for him.
to be done in the community, on
bath. Blessed not merely as a day of rest,
to me will
at a wedding is not the bridegroom.
very reasonable terms.
At the Salt Lake tbMtre, a pumpkin pays
as I nut
but also a retrospection. It is only in the
pt To.—Buckwheat is not healthy food, the admission of two people, and they gat
You who want Job Printing done, give
Six Catholic priests in Bohemia have rr pauses of the fight that we oan see how the
satisfy you both ia stylMD
two carrots in ohange.
It apt to cake upon the stomach.
battle is going.
recently turned Protestants.
OJiffT*— Judge, T.
H. B. Shipley;
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel ;
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
Neuber ; Assessor, David Redpath ; County Com
missioners, John S. Herrin. Thomas Wright;
■School Superintendent, W b . M. Turner; Survey-
*or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner. L. Ganung.
JacktonrilU PrtcincL— Justice of the Peaee,
James R. Wade; Constable, N. Stephenson.
P’-iira <»/ Jacktonoill*. —Trustees, James A. Wil-
’aon. N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J.
‘S. Howard ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ; Treas-
■erer, Heury Pape ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel
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