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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14,1871
TABLE ROCK VALLEY, IN JACKSON STAGNANT WATER KILLS CATTLE.
IMPROVING WOMAN’S POSITION
^tTLEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
ANOTHER DELUGE PREDICTED.
The author of Cyclical Deluges argues
The process may be a slow one, but it The unique ideas of Mrs. Woodhull on
is none the less sure, if long enough con improving the race of men are producing Senator Schurz, in his late speech at that the ocean has grand secular tides or
Table Rock Valley comprises that por tinued ; and, even for a short season, it considerable consternation among wom Chicago, denounced the bayonet law as deluges, which occur every 10,500 years,
tion of country in Jackson county north | tells to a certain degree upon the physic en inclined to the principle of Woman “a naked usurpation” of power by a cor two in each cycle of the equinoctial pre
of Rogue river, in the vicinity of Table al condition. To back up this opinion, Suffrage. For the first time in this age rupt Congress. Here are his words ; let cession. The last deluge was that to
Rock. The arable land contained there we have no less an authority than the at least woman finds herself presented every true friend of the Constitutional which the traditions of many languages
County Officer»— Judge, L. J. C. Duncan ;
is about equal to the Boise Creek Val National Live Stock Journal. Persons simply as a breeding animal. We should government read and ponder them as the refer—“the great deluge”—and occurred,
Clerk, Sila.« J. Day: Sheriff, Henry Klippel;
in the same county ; but being sepa who think that the contents of any feel it our duty to beg pardon of the sex utterances of one of the ablest leaders of 4,200 years ago ; when, the sun’s heat
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
from the main thoroughfare, it has swamp pools are good enough for their for giving expression to the idea if it had the Republican party. Mr. Schurz says : having sufficiently softened the vast ac
Nauber ; Assessor, David Kedpath ; County Coin-
'mi««ionera, John S. Herrin, Thoma« Wright; heretofore attracted but little notice. stock, commit a great mistake. Stock not been advanced by one of themselves.
“There stands the naked usurpation. cumulation of ice around the North Pole,
School Superintendent, Wm. M. Turner; Survcy- The expectation that the railroad will of no description can thrive without am Mrs. Woodhull, Mrs. Stanton, Miss An No public danger provoked it; no public the fragments of the ice mountains rush
'or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner. L. Gauung.
pass east of Table Rock, has caused much ple supplies of water; and in the restless thony and their associates are very much interest was served by it; no public voice ed in a body toward the south, causing
Parties, mostly spec ness and suffering occasioned by a neg dissatified with woman’s position now, called for it. The honor of the country a sudden displacement of the earth’s cen
rille Precinct. —Justice of the Peace, excitement of late.
ulators, have gobbled up the best portion lect to make suitable provision in this re and desire to improve it. They have got would have been far better guarded ter, and. carrying with them the gigantic
James R. Wade; Constable, N. Stephenson.
of the country. Yet their remains much spect, the results of the most careful feed so far along the road of progress that they without it. Not the shadow of a valid erratic bowlders, whose presence in nor
Town of Jaektonville.— Trustees, Janies A. Wil
son, N. Fisher, Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J. good land, subject to pre-emption or ing and the benefits of the richest pastur claim it one of woman’s rights and privi justification excuses it. A naked act of thern latitudes still puzzles the geolo
age are oftentimes entirely dissipated. leges to choose the man to be father of usurpation, performed merely to further gists. The next grand break-up will oc
6. Howard ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ; Treas- homestead.
«rar, Henry Papo ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel
The time is not far distant when there Pastures should be located where they her children without regard to previous a favorite scheme of the White House. cur, according to Mr. Walker, about 6,300
will be extensive and valuable improve can have the benefit of running water or alliances on the part of either. The sen And for this the Constitution was violat years hence, when a counter-oscillation
ments in this part of Jackson county. It a suitable lake, for the quality of the wa timent of love is to be ignored. Women ed, and the peace of the country endan of the south seas will occur; the Antarc
County Officer».— Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
contemplated to extend a water ditch ter in the warm season of the year is a of the Woodhull-Stanton stripe are too gered. And can such an act pass with tic glacier will be shattered ; “thesouth
Baaiel L. Green ; Clerk, Charles Hughes ; Asses-
sufficient capacity lor manufacturing matter of prime importance. During the lofty to stoop to sentiment. They will out the most energetic opposition of Con ern waters will rush down upon the nor
■er, R. E. Foley; Treasurer, Wm. Naucke;
irrigating purposes—from Hamar’s hot months, when vegetable decomposi choose a man for his inches and his phys gress, and without emphatic public con thern hemisphere, which will be once
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson, H. Wood
wack ; School Superintendent, R. R. Middlcs- ferry, on Rogue river, to the mouth of tion is most rapid, and when stagnant ical development. It the result of her demnation? It would seem so. And more be submerged ; whilst in the south
Sam’s creek, a distance of about 25 miles. water is undergoing active chemical first choice is not satisfactory, she may more than this, the same officer of the unknown continents will appear.” Ad
done, it will open up to agricultur change, no eflort should be spared to pro choose again and continue to experiment government who was guilty of this act is miral Wilkes, of our navy, will look for
Jo»ephine County.— Circuit Court, 2d Monday
in April and Fourth Monday in October. County ists a large section of land which is now vide stock with water that is reasonably until she meets one who realizes her ideal held up by a great many as the man ward with interest to that day. For
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and comparatively of little value, besides cre pure.
We know, says our authority, of what a father should be. Mrs. Wood above all others to be reinvested with the then the Antartic Continent, which he
ating watefr power for mills and machin that it will involve considerable labor to hull assures us that there ifc nothing sen power and honor of the National Execu claimed to have discovered in 1840, but
ery to any extent desired.
draw water in the ordinary manner from sual in this: it is all in the interest of tive. Do you know what that means ? which has since been invisible, and over
The timber upon the mountains, north a well where a large number of animals science and for the benefit of the human We are living in a country where prece which Capt. Ross and other voyagers
of the valley, is not excelled in the State. are confined in a single enclosure, or to race. “We need,” says this eccentric dent often, but too often, acquires the au have repeatedly sailed—Admiral Wilkes’ ♦,
Coal of excellent quality has been bring the necessary water from the adja woman, “a new race of men.” The friends thority of law and constitution rule. continent may then come to the surface
in several localities, and is suppos cent streams. But where the matter of Mrs. Stanton will possibly say that What is a mere fact to-day is apt to be of the water; and his memory may cease
JACKSONVILLE LODGE N«. !•
ed to exist in large deposits ; but little does not admit of compromise by driving Mrs. Stanton should not be held responsi looked upon as a law to-morrow. If this to be a source of amusement to geogra
olds its regular meetings on prospecting has been done, however, as the stock to pure water two or three ble for Mrs. Woodhull’s opinions. Far be act of usurpation passes without authori phers and nautical men. The theory of
times daily, we believe it better economy it from us to hold anybody responsible tative censure, thus passing as a prece the periodicy of great deluges was pro
•very Saturday evening at the Odd Fellows’ yet, to develop that valuable mineral.
Hall. Brother» in good standing are invited to Grazing is the principal occupation, to draw by hand what water they re for Mrs. Woodhull’s opinions, but Mrs. dent into our history, future Presidents pounded by Alphonse Joseph Adhemar,
EDWIN SMITH, N. G.
and yields better returns for the capital quire, or to rig a windmill for the pur Stanton's ideas as advanced in her lec and other sycophants will find therein in his work entitled “Revolutions de la
HENRY KLIPPEL, R. Sec y.
invested than any other employment.
pose, than to force them to drink from tures here were almost identical. She sufficient proof that a President may ar Mer,” where he argues that the waters
J obs B ilger , I Trustees.
It is not necessary forme to say that stagnant and fermenting pools.— Farmer. was a little more cautious in her phrase rogate to himself such a power, for Pres are now rising in the seas of the Northern
S. J. D ay ,
Jackson county is the bannercounty this
ology and tried to insinuate her meaning ident Grant has done so, and not only Hemisphere, and that the Antarctic ice is
I saac S achs ,
year for its yield of cereals, in proportion
rather than utter it. Mrs. Woodhull is done so with impunity, but the Ameri already piled up to a height of sixty
Regular Robekah Degree meeting, last Monday to the amount.
Some corn in Table
a bolder woman. Apparently with no can people, after he had done so, had miles. He invites attention to the con
night of each month, at 7} o'clock p. m.
more moral sense than the most aban again rewarded him tyith the highest tour of the earth’s shadow upon the
May l»t, 1819.
with the best crops in Iowa or Missouri. Thos. Murphy, at present Collector of doned outcast of her sex, she desires, by honors of the republic. And what will moon during lunar eclipses, with a view
1 think the climate in Southern Ore- Customs nt New York. The narrative the boldness and vileness of her utteran that signify? That henceforth a most of verifying his calculations. The re
Oregonian, Pocahontas. Tribe No. 1, Im
much better than in the Willamette dates back to the time when Murphy was ces, to attract attention and make herself i flagrant and willful breach of theConsti- sults of these are accepted by the present
proved Order of Red Men,
not Collector. At that time a happy talkcd about. A woman might accom tution by a President will be considered author, who seeks to sustain them by va
OLD their stated council* at Odd Fellows' Ilall, for those who have weak lungs. There
one pregnant with profits and plish the same purpose by appearing nude no reason why the same position of trust rious arguments drawn from geology.
the third sun in each «even suns, at the 8th is less cloudy weather in winter, and per
to the aspirant for Collecto in the streets of New York, and we do and power should not be confided to him Meanwhile, it is reassuring to be told
run. A cordial invitation to all brothers in good
ral place, and he told it to John Hoey not know why one should be held in again. And, when the Republican party that the next cyclical deluge will not oc
E. D. FOUDRAY, S.
mers are much like the Willamette.
Jos. H. H yzer . C. of R.
The White Sulphur Springs in Sam's and John Chamberlain. All three of higher esteem than the other. The whole will meet in national convention, to se- cur until the year 7,382 of our era, even
Valley (a portion of Table Rock Valley, these gentlemen owned real estate at the question of Woman’s Suffrage has an un- lect a candidate for the Presidency, the though, uixm that occasion, “vegetable
situated at the west of lower Table Rock) Branch, and for its improvement, its fer pleasant odor and the really good women question will not merely be, “Do we pre- and animal life on the north of the equa
possesses rare medical properties, and in tilization, so to speak, they entered into who went with it for a time, in the hope fer this man to any other that is men- tor will, in a great measure, bedestroyed;
time will be a favorite resort for inval a limited copartnership. Murphy’s idea that good might come from it, are now tioned?” but the question will be, “Are while the same must happen to the hu
The health has been excellent for was to buy a lot, build a cottage, and not only cutting clear of it but with a we prepared to sanction Executive Usur man race on that hemisphere, excepting,
DR. L. DANFORTH, ids.
perhaps, a few tribes or families, who, es
the past year, very few cases of sickness present the whole to Grant, his accep commennable flexibility of statement de pation ?”
caping to the highest table lands and
having occurred in this portion of Jack- tance being a foregone conclusion. Mur claring that they never believed in it.
phy was to appear alone in the matter, Women of the Woodhull-Stanton-An M icroscopic E xaminations . — The mountain ranges of the earth, may sur
Physician and Surgeon, son county.
I would suggest to those who wish to thus securing for himself the Collector thony stripe are offensive to the senses. air of printing oftices contains particles vive, only to fall back almost immediate
of metal, particularly antimony. Dust ly into a state of torpid barbarism.
AS permanently located on the Fort Lane try a different climate from the Willam ship, while Mr. Hoey would find his pro —Golden Era.
Ranch, two miles north of Willow Springs,
taken fcom a rafter eleven feet above the
fit in the betterment of his property ad
«nd offer* hi* professional services to tho people of
exter B eaten .—Goldsmith Maid lloor of a printing office, was analyzed by
T he W onders .—This world of our»
Jaeksow and Josephine counties. ,
tern Oregon, to try this part of the State. a golden harvest in the prey which would trotted the fastest heat on record at Mil- ' Professor Sullivan, and found to contain is filled with wonders. The microscope
reveals them, not less than the telescope,
AU kinds of produce being abundant and come to his tiger. Thus it was done, 1 wauke, September 6, and made the three i antimony but not lead.
at cither extreme of creation. In
cheap. Peaches, apples, pears, plums
creation particularly, there is
troot, and grapes grow well here. Game in the
mountains is easily captured, giving pas been satisfactory to all concerned. Mur quarter of a second faster than Dexter’s rooms where the machine brush is used so much to know that has never been
dreamed of, wheels within wheels without
Opposite I he Old
time to the sportsmen. Let me say, in phy also gave to Gen. Horace Porter his best time. The three heats were made the amount is increased.
ronelusion, to those who are seeking cottage, and has thus definitely located in 2:201, 2:17 and 2:20$. The actual The air of a desecting room contained computation or numlier. Let us take a
and fibers, with the mark of rapid glance at the proofs of this state
A rkansas L ivery S table , homes, health or amusement, come and the Administration where it is conveni time of the second heat was 2 :16$, but as fragments
knife upon them, They ment. The polypus, it is said, like the
Custom House as certain as such things one making 2:164, another*2 :16j, and were fibrils of muscles, yellow and white fabled hydra, receives new life from the
I D at ts G oot .—As a gentleman from can be. Mr. Hoey is quite satisfied, and the third 2 :17—the last was adopted in fibrous tissue, some cells, scales, and cor knife which is lifted to destroy it. The
New York was taking a glass of wine at John Chamberlain has built a racecourse. order to dispel any doubts which might puscles.
fly-spider lays an egg as large as itself.
1>R. W. JACKSON,
the St. Louis, corner of Freeman and Poter occupies his cottage when at the result from the competition. On the fol The air of stables was found to contain There are four thousand and forty-one
Hopkins streets, Cincinnati, about four Branch, and both villas are kept well lowing day the track, over which Gold moth scales, a few pores, hairs and frag muscles in the caterpillar. Hooke discov
weeks ago, he observed at another table, supplied with wine and cigars from Mur smith Maid made her famous time, was ments tinged blood red.
ered fourteen thousand mirrors in the
Dental Room« in building formerly occupied by , seated with several others, a German, phy.— Toron to Telegraph.
Tobacco smoke, examined by the mi eye of a drone; and to effect the respi
Dr. E. H. Greenman, corner California and Fifth j
more than a mile. This makes her time croscope, was seen to hold little globules ration of a carp, thirteen thousand three
Street«. All stylos of Dental work done on short 1 who seemed uneasy and anxious, as if
of nicotine twirling and flitting about in hundred arteries, vessels, veins, bones,
R obert B onner , of horse fame,doubts less than 2:17.
motiee, at reduced price.«. Particular attention there might have been a Franco-Prussian
it. The statement is made that some re etc., are necessary. The body of every
that “Goldsmith Maid” beat “Dexter’s”
give» to the regulation of children'« teeth. Teeth
A New York wholesale grocer, who has mained on the walls of the mouth ; spider contains four little masses, pierced
extracted without pain by the use of the late self. Presently in ran a little girl, her time on the Cold Spring course. He says
method of local anasthesia. All work warranted. face radiant with smiles,■exclaiming:
that if she had trotted a mile in 2:17, it become rich in his business, has lately when the smoke is breathed (by novices) with a multitude of imperceptible holes,
“Oli, father, we’ve got a little i>oy at would still leave her behind “Dexter,” made the following revelation. He says more globules are retained in the lungs, each hole permitting *the passage of a
Nov. 20th, 1869.
for he trotted, in the presence of 10,000 his rule always was, when he sold a bill and nausea and illness supervene. The single thread; all the threads, to the
“Dat is good,” said the Dutchman, as people, in 2:16, although he was beaten of goods on credit, to immediately sub globules, if found in the air distributed by amount of a thousand to each mass, join
the anxiety disappeared from his counte in that race by a running horse, who scribe for the local paper of his debtor. a tobacco smoker, might be taken for together when they come out, and make
nance : “fill up der glasses.”
made 2:15, and therefore got the record. Se long as his customer advertised liber germs.
the single thread with which the spider
Not many minutes elapsed before in He oilers to pay $100,000 for the horse ally and vigorously, he rested easy, but
spins its web ; so that what we call a
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ESTABLISII- rushed the little girl again, with the an that will beat “Dexter’s” feat of a year as soon as ho began to contract his adver
spider’s thread consists of more than four
ei a Real Estate Agency in connection with
tising space, he took the fact as an evi estimating the amount of land in differ thousand united. Lewenhock, by means
their Law Office, and are prepared to buy and sell
“Oh, father, we’ve got two little poys at wagon, together with a driver, weighing dence that there was trouble ahead, and ent fields under cultivation, the following of microscopes, observed spiders no big
real estate ia this and adjoining counties. Records
319 pounds, behind him. If the owner he invariably went for his debt. “For,” table is given by an agricultural cotem ger than a grain of sand, and which spun
searched and abstracts of title prepared with dis
threads so fine that it took four thousand
patch and accuracy. Parties at a distance can
of that horse declines to sell him, Bonner said he, “the man who feels too poor to porary :
communicate with us by addressing
not at all gratified at this little family re will give $10,000 for the pleasure of see make his business known is too ]>oor to Ten yards wide by 4S4 yards long, con of them to equal in magnitude of a sin
do business.” The withdrawal of an ad tains one acre.
FAY A REA,
dundancy, but raising at length to the ing the feat performed.
gle hair. ______ _ _______
vertisement is a weakness that business Twenty yards wide by 242 yards long,
magnitude of the occasion, he said :
S trictly P unctual .—The President
“Veil, den, dat is also goot. Fill up der F lavor and C olor of E ggs .—There men are not slow to observe.
contains one acre.
States honored Washing
is a vast difference in the flavor of eggs.
C. W. KIBLER.
». B. WAT80X.
Forty yards wide by 121 yards long, ton, the his United
winter capital, with a visit on a
In a few minutes again appeared the Hens fed on clean, sound grain, and kept T he P hilosophy of F eeding .—All contains one acre.
KAHLER & WATSON,
radiant messenger, with the astounding on a clean grass run, give much finer the profit in feeding animals, remarks Eighty yards wide by GO} yards long, Thursday, and, after a hasty breakfast,
was among the early and punctual visi
flavored eggs than hens do that have ac Joseph Harris in Hearth and Home, contains one acre.
at the Treasury to receive his salary,
Attorney and Counselior-at-Law,
“Oh, father, we’ve got three little poys cess to stables and manure heaps and eat
Seventy yards wide by 69} yards long, it being
pay-day. He has now been ab
all kinds of filthy food. Hens feeding on
contains one acre.
This was too much for even Teutonic fish and onions, flavor their eggs accord
Two hundred and twenty feet wide by with the first three
of June, but proposes to re
impassibility. There was no further call ingly—the same as cows' eating onions is not unfrequently kept through the 198 feet long, contains one acre.
away until the beginning of Octo
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and for glasses.
or cabbage, or drinking offensive water winter without gaining a pound or giving Four hundred and forty feet wide by 99 main
other Courts of this State.
During this time, he has drawn
“Veil, den,” says he “I goes up dere, imparts a bad taste to milk and butter.
feet long, contains one acre.
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0. and I stops der whole tarn bisness.”
Treasury $6,250, and has passed
The richer the food, the higher color the
One hundred and ten feet wide by 396 parts of three
Jacobs—opposite Court House square. .
days in Washington, or at
eggs. Wheat and corn give the best col
feet long, contains one acre.
day per month, for which
To S top B leeding .—It is said that or, while feeding on buckwheat makes
Sixty feet wide by 726' feet long, con he has received
0. ». REA.
the compensation of
bleeding from a wound on a man or beast the eggs colorless, rendering them unfit
FAY de REA
gain in flesh and fat, and next summer tains
may be stopped by a mixture of wheat, for some confectionery purposes.
One hundred and twenty feet wide by signing his name during words,
363 feet long, contains one acre.
Attorneys and Counsellors-attLaw, flour, common salt, in equal parts, bound
on with a cloth. If the bleeding be pro A G ood I dea .—In Iowa the planting
Two hundred and forty feet wide by dred laboring men, who work ten hours
OFFICE—In Coart Hons«, up itairs.
fuse, use a large quantity, say from one of trees is encouraged by law. Every
18U feet long, contains one acre.
receive $1.50 each. So that it is
Will practice in the Supreme and other Court»
to three pints. It may be left on for acre of forest trees planted, releases taxa
Of course, in this measurement, the and
to be President in a practical
of this State.
hours, or even days, if necessary. The tion on $100 valuation for ten years, and
fields are supposed to be rectangular— point of view,
the incumbent gets
person who gave Ahis recipe, says in this for each acre of fruit trees planted, tax is
that is, the bounding fences at right an $25,000 a year when
Particular attention paid to the collection manner he saved the life of a horse which exempted on $50 valuation for five years; common table salt and place it on the
gles to each other.
of Claim* against the Federal and State Govern-
«aonts, the Entry of Land* under the Pre-emption was bleeding from a wounded artery ; the and the same for shade trees and hedges backbone and hips unite, and sprinkle
There are now
and Homestead Law«, and to the Entry of Mineral bleeding ceased in five minutes after the along the highways.
S hort E ngagements .—A Chicago wonder he seeks a re-election.— Washing
maple forests in several counties, from
'Lodes under the recent Aet of Congress.
paper comes out in favor of short engage
which sugar is made, \yhere fifteen years minutes until the salt dissolves. Then ments. This is the experience of its ed ton, Patriot.
D anger in S oap M aking .—The Del since there was nothing but wild prairie apply again as before, and leave the itor, poor fellow: “The engaged man is
A F rench chemist asserts that if tea
horse with the damp salt on his back.
phos Herald tells of a lady meeting with grass and hazel shrubs.
ground like coffee before hot water is
a serious mishap, while making soap at
upon it, it will yield nearly dou
Wintjen & Helms, Proprietors. Sandusky City, recently. While the A bout three months ago a young fel
amount of its exhilarating quali
soap was boiling at a lively rate, she low went into a Lowell factory, and of
a determined position; but this hy ties. Another writer says: If you put a
turned into the kettle a quantity or cold fered to marry the girl who could jump I n his extraordinary boshography of ence,
OregoA St., next to Odd Fellows’ Building. lye, when the contents exploded with
Woodhull, Theodore Tilton says brid, this connecting link, is an anoma piece of lump sugar, the size of a walnut,
the highest. The two hundred girls em Victoria
wliat-is-it, fit only for a museum and into a teapot, you will make the tea in
great force, scalding the persons present ployed there at once began the spring “such is her infinite estimate of other lous
’s analysis. Either he is in love, fuse in half the time. Persons who have
worlds over this,” that “she would rather
ES8RS. WINTJEN J HELMS BEG TO in a shocking manner. The explosion
inform their friends and the public generally was instantaneous and so powerful as to board exercise, and they have been jump die than live.” Such is our infinite esti or he isn’t. In the one case he is idiotic; tried this last experiment, say that the
ing ever since. Some of them have come mate of dead pork over living sow that in the other he is crazy. He is unfit for result is satisfactory.
that they have thoroughly refitted their saloon,
leave the kettle entirely empty.
to equal Mark Twain’s jumping frog, but we would prefer that she should die.— business, and debarred from sport—a thing
and reduced tho price of liquor» to
T he Democratic Central Committee, at
to laugh at and commiserate. Isolated Washington,
J osh B illings says in his “Lecter” : tho wished-for man fails to put in ap S. F. News Letter. _______
have issued a circular, de
from liis own sex, not daring to approach
12 * 1-Q CEDVTS.
Rats originally came from Norway, and pearance.
Radical fraud, a pamphlet
“J ohn ,” said a poverty-stricken man the other, he awaits the alter and opens
nobody would have cared if they had
How’ the Lost
“D oesn ’ t this lovely scene animate to his son, “I’ve made my will to-day.” not his mouth.” After that, who’ll get Cause may lie Gained,” or being
They will ho happy to have their friends “call originally staid there. A lady friend re
marks that they still show their gnawa- you ?” asked Anna of her lover. “No,” “Ah! you were liberal to me, no doubt” engaged ?
said he, “nothing but you can Anna-mate “Yes, John, I’ve come down handsome.
I’ve willed you the whole State of Vir A n O regon N ugget .—There is on ex I t is said John Morrissey is going to
rfaglUh Ale and Porter, F ort S t . J ulien , at Metz, is to be re me. Oh, say yes, my darling.” She did ginia
—to make a living in, with the priv hibition at Ladd & Tilton’s bank, Port build a church out of his winnings on
gay yes, and his cup of animation was
of going elsewhere, if you can do land, a nuggut of gold, taken from the “Helmbold” in the Saratoga race.
together with the finest brands of liquors and ci
claim of Caldwell & Co., Baker county,
gars always on hand.
Oregon, which weighs 176 ounces, and
A bo Y of five years is described on the
A. M. L oryea , the“Unk Weed” man,
SO Points of Billiards for Drinks. T he Emperor William, of United Ger- Jersey
been, appointed Swiss Consul for Ore
April Jst, 1870.
F irst J ioicial D istrict .—Circuit Judge, P.
I*. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, II. K. Hanna.
Jaekton County— Circuit Court, Second Monday
in February and November. County Court, first
Monday in each month.
THE TABLE ROCK SALOON.
[From the Willamette Farmer.]