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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1872)
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> i '
,381 stone or soorite.
Aalia Walla ....1881 Empire
Eugene.............. 891 ~ Baker............... 312 phyry are also found in the Blue Range.
'A’e might occupy columns, even fill
Fast Portland....830 Milwaukie
The census returns so far published do
Oreg' n has an extensive area of aurif- volumes, with comments on the above
not give tlie jiopulation of Roseburg and j erouj ground. The hills and mountains theme, and yet not do the subject full
Jacksonville, but in I860 they had 833 and I surrounding Rogue river contains placers jus: ice. The name of Radical is a cur-
Si9 inhabitants respectively. Portland I and gold-bearing quartz, and the chief rec, indication of the character of those
may be regarded as the exclusive seaport ' ocoupation of the population there is the designated by It. It is the proper title
County Officers— Judge, L. J. C. Duncan ;
of Oregon, but when the projected rail | washing of auriferous gravel. The soilis of a party of extremists, composed of men
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippei ;
road to Astoria Is completed, the latter Iso rugged and dillicultofaccess,onac- whose minds, perverted from healthy
[Uoattaued f run. la.I issue.]
Deputy Sheriff, E. I). Foudray ; Treasurer, John
place may become its rival. Both places, j count of bad roads and abundant timber channels of thought by errant fancies on
Neuner ; Assessor, David Redpath : County Com
however, have serious disadvantages for and brush, that the miners have never the subjects of civil government aud so
missioners, John 8. Herrin, Thomas Wright;
The agricultural productions in 1869— the transaction of a large foreign com I made great strikes in the placers; nor cial economy, have become depraved by
School Superintendent, Wm. M. Turner ; Survey
the latest year for which we have statis merce. The shifting »anus, the tierce have they made much progress in ex an intense bigotrj. until they are willing
or, J. 6. Howard ; Coroner, L. Ganung.
Office and residence at Ryan’« brick build tics on that point—included 1,750,(8)0 br-akers, and the dense fog» that beset hausting the mineral wealth of the coun- to resort to the most nefarious means to
Jacksonville Precinct.— Justice of the Peace, ing, Third street between California and Main.
bushels of wheat, wortii $1,5(8),000 ; 500,- the entrance of the river will always re
James R. Wade; Constable, N. Stephenson.
and for that reason the south-west- consummate their cherished purposes.
0(8) bushels of oats, worth $270,018); 500,- pel shipping, \storia has little fertile I , try,
erti corner of Oregon promises to be rich Had there never been a Radical party in
Town of Jacksonville.— Trustees, James A. Wil-
0(8) bushels of potatoes, worth $300,000 ; laid, and few settlers in its vicinity, j with ¿01.1. after many other districts, the United .States, a civil war would not
«•n, N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J.
Ly >Al,lUr(ts train of hor-
200,0(8) bushels of ionize, worth .$200,(tQO :
u ru<8ua of -|l/ty m'les th,r:pir. .
<7war.4; Recorder. U. 8. Harden; Trea$-
200,(810 bushels of barieyu-worth $200,- only 2,500 people. The climate is so
roru and our com“ly, fo-dav, would Jiave
<r»rvHenry Pape ; Marshal, Jauies P. McDaniel
PHYSICIAN A SUriCEON,
000 ; 5,200 bushels of rye, worth $5,2(8) ; chilly and gloomy, the sun frequently be I abandoned. The auriferous region ex- been the same rich, prosperous, free aid
OGN and 75,000 tons of hay, worth $637,000; ing hidden for more than a month at a I tends from an elevation of 4,000 feet on glorious confederation of States that it
making a total value of these articles of time, that it will never be a favorite
County Officers.— Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
Cascade Range to the ocean, and even was previous to the “Great Rebellion.”
$3,112,200, Of butter, 1.000,(881 pounds place of residence. Portland, on the oth j I the
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk, Charles Hughes ; Asses
to the very sea, for every season miners Disastrously for the people of the South
sor, R. E. Foley; Treasurer, Wm. Naucke;
were made, and of cheese, 105,279 pounds. er band, is at tho outlet, and almost in are at work along the beach washing the ern States, they were, unfortunately, too
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson, II. Wood-
Office at the former millinery store of the Oregon is noted for tile abundance aud the midst, of the most fertile and popu
sands at various points for sixty miles sensitive on the question of their rights
week; School Superintendent, R. R. Middles- Misses Kent, U. S. Hotel. •'(5^
excellence of its apples. The annual lous district ot the State, and possesses a I northward from the southern line of the of local sovereignty; and long before
yielrl averages 300,000 bushels, or more pleasant climate, but it is situated on a * State. After severe storms, the miners there was real need for such a course,
Josephine County.— Circuit Court. 2d Monday
than 200 pounds a year for every person narrow river far from the sea, on a chan find rich beds of auriferous sand thrown they boldly asserted their independence
<• April and Fourth Monday in October. County
in the State. The orchards were very nel deep enough for all but the largest i up by the waves. The richest placers are of central authority. The Radical party,
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
profitable for a time—before the orchards steamers, and at some distance back from I near the bases of high bluffs of clay and at that juncture scarcely crystalized into
(KEPT ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,)
of California came into bearing—but af the Columbia, which is the main outlet gravel, which contains some gold, but not permanent shape, at once i>erceived the
terwards became unprofitable, and many of a large district east of the Cascade I enough for direct washing. After the error of the men of the South and took
Corner of Stark and Front Streets,
were neglected, but are now again be Range. Fifteen years ago, the Pacific
has broken down the bank and instant advantage of it. Under the pre
OREGON coming more valuable. Large quantities Mail Steam Ship Company attempted to ' ocean
washed away a large part of the base ma- text of "loyalty" to the old Union, and un
of winter apples are shipped to Califor establish a rival town at St. Helens, on ' terial, the minerscan makea profit outof der tlie cover of the name "Republican,”
ZIERER .1 HOLTO.V, PROPRIETORS
JACKSONVILLE LODGE So. IO
nia. the apples of which are not good the Columbia, but Portland defeated the the concentrated sands. Placer miners the true meaning of which is as foreign
keepers. The climate ot western Oregon attempt, and has so far been strong II have been at work for seventeen years in to the Radical construction of it as day is
_____ ITS REGULAR MEETINGS ON
is well adapted to pears, quinces, plums, enough to maintain her position,
I the streams and hills of the basin of to night, the old, original Abolitionists
evening at the Odd Fellows’
gooseberries and currants ; grapes, peach-
t|1(J towns Inany of the adult people ' I Rogue river, and the richest aud most ac succeeded in securing the support of a
Mall. Brothers in good standing are invited tn
es and apricots thrive in Rogue river val- arc New Yorkers and New Englanders, cessible auriferous deposits having been large majority of Northern men in their
attend.__________ NEWMAN FISHER, N. G.
ley, but not in other parts of tho State. :an(j
the country mostly natives of ’ j worked out, the production and the num- war upon the South, aud their conse
ISAAC SACHS, It. Sec’y.
where there is too much cold or moisture. Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and adjacent ! her of miners are steadily, but slowly, <Je- quent control of the Federal Government
Kegalar Rebekah Degree meeting, last M.ad .y
Bight ot aaoh month, at 74 .'al-oak p. m.
The number of horses is 50,000, of neat states, and are people of strong eharac- I creasing. The gold yield never was large, for the last ten or twelve years. But the
cattlc 220,000, of sheep 120,(88} and of ter and enterprise, as might be inferred I [ and the precise amount of it is not ascer- Radical definitions of the words “loyal
ty” and "republican” aie rapidly losing
swine 115,(88). The wheat is of excellent from tlie condition under which the 1' tainable.
Oregonian, Pocahontas, Tribe No. 1, im
They are kind, so I The most productive gold-bearing dis- their significance. The masses of the
proved Order of lied Men,
HOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS CON quality and is considered a sureerop, and country was settled.
ls the main agricultural export.
ciable, and hospitable ; their descendants i trict of Oregon is at the head of John people are awakening from their long
stantly on hand.
OLD their stated councils at Odd Fallows’ Hall,
will be highly educated, and their State I Day’s river, on the western slope of the lethargy and unreasoning stupor; and
the third sun in each seven suns, at the 8th
there is now reason to hope that this
ran. A cordial invitation to alt brothers in good
The rivers of Oregon abound in fishes. Prosperous. The white settler whocomes i; Blue Range, about 1(8) miles south of the year
will witness the overthrow and dis-
D. CRONEMILLER, S.
of which the most important is the sal- t0 make his home among them is re- ■ i Columbia, at ar elevation varying from persioil
of the vile plunderers.
Jos. H. H yzbr , C. of R.
mon, and of these there are half a dozen ceived as a friend at once, without cere- ■ 2,500 to 4,000 above the sea. The chief
The Radical party, without stint or
diflerent species, all large, palatable, and ra<>ny, unless something in his manner, I mining town, and the county seat of scruple,
the public treasury, and
valuable for exportation. Large quanti- or the circumstancesof his arrival, throws i! Grant, which includes all the mining ter- tramples robs
upon the constitutional rights
ties of salmon are caught with nets every suspicion upon him. In western Oregon II ritory on the western slope of the Blue of
In tho South, peaceable
spring in the Columbia river, and either the population is permanent ; in the ! Range, is Canyon City. Rock creek, Flk citizens are hunted
down like beasts of
packed in brine, smoked or canned with eastern districts much of it is migratory, ! creek, Dixie creek, Vincent creek, Olive prey, captured and incarcerated
DR. L. DANFORTH,
i just enough seasoning to fit them for the rhe Indians were formerly numerous in ; creek, Granite creek, and the north fork some prisons, there to die without
¡table. The fish weigh from fifteen to Oregon, bid the presentjiumbems small, of John Day’s river give their names to or if tried, it is sham justice; their trial,
| various mining districts. The diggings l»eing adjudicated by tribunals in which
twenty-five pounds each, and can be pur- r and
J all are friendly
“u ‘ the
AS permanently located on th« Fort Lane
If the Constitution
I ous strata are usually only a few feet they are prejudged.
per pound. The amount taken annually!
Ranch, two miles north of Willow Springs,
such procedure, then we are liv
At its mouth,
the Columbia river is 11 thick, and are near the surface, so that warrants
and offers his professional services to the people of AM SELLING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE in the Columbia is not less than 8,000,000
under the operations of a fundamen
Jackson and Josephine counties.
‘; 20 miles inland the i there is no opportunity for extensive ing
____ __ as ______
much five miles wide
of Saddles and Harness cheaper than ever was pounds, though three times
tal law which renders the whole system
be be taken without difficulty, or width is two miles; 49 miles further in- washings like those undertaken along the nothing more or less than an infamous
offered before in Jacksonville. “Seeing is believ
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
ing.“ Give mo a call before purchasing else without injury to the permanence of the land it is a mile, and beyond, until it I dead rivers of California, where the rich
of free republican government.
supply. fhe'Umpqua, Rogue and smal-1 cease» to serve as a boundary for Oregon, auriferous gravel is sometimes 200 feet mockery
If this Radical rule, or rather misrule, is
.09—O:aa. l’ina street,
lev streams emptying into the Pacific, all_______
-r-i.- deep. The placer gold of John Day’s not
half a mile
to a - mile.
speedily subverted, wc may bid, ere
I have their spring and lall run of salmon. Vntrahee to tiie river by shipping is diffi basin is mostly small—that is, the parti-
Opposite the 0Ä1 *
the lapse of many years, a long farewell
Sturgeon, halibut, flounder, cod, herring, cult on account of shifting sands, strong cleS*are less than an eighth of an inch in to constitutional freedom.— S.R. Exami-
d«ne with neatness and dispatch.
and smelt are also found in the rivers or currents, frequent fogs, and terrific I diamcter-T-and it is of poor quality, con I ner.
A rkansas L ivery S table , ,
Jacksonville, Jan. 14th, 1871.
near the coast, besides many other fishes breakers in rough weather. Sailing ves taining a larger portion of silver than
of less value. Oysters exist in some of sels sometimes wait for weeks before , than the gold of California. The Granite
T he M anufacture of D warfs and
they can get either in or out, and mail ' creek gold sells for $14 per ounce ; that B eggars
Call at J. Neuber’s
.—Making dwarfs and beggars
is a common business in ( liina. For the
DR. W. JACKSON,
first, a child of three or four years is tak
The population of Oregon in 1870 was the deck is swept fore and aft by every | $18. The annual gold production of the
M) SEE HIS FINE STOCK OF NEW 90,923, »nd is probably not less than 96,- sea. The coast survey report for 1858 John Day’s basin is probably $1,(8)0,000. en, and a heavy porcelain vase put over
him, so that the head alone is free. This
Goods direct from the manufacturers. (88) now, or a little more than one person says: "Few places present a scene of
The eastern slope of the Blue Range is taken off every evening so that he may
LL styles of plate work tn-ide—such as
He has a fine lot o
to the square mile. It is, however, very more wildness than this bar during a has placers along the banks of most of its sleep, and is put on again in the morn
Gold, Silver, Platina, Alutnnium am! Rub
ber plates. Special attention given to Children Sievving
unevenly distributed, more than 60,(810 southeast gale, contrasting strongly with larger streams, including tributaries of ing. The child thus advances in age in
Prices from $20 to Si ¡0» cash.
teeth. Ether Sprav used in extracting.
living on a district of not more than 9,- many times during the summer, when Powder, Burnt, Malheur and Grand this inflexible mould until he can no lon
Wil] visit Ashland on the 1st of March annually ;
000 square miles, in the Willamette val not a breaker is seen to mgrk the outliue j Ronde rivers. The banks and bars of the ger grow, when the vase is broken. The
also Kerbyville on the 4th Monday in October.
A New Lot of
ley, making nearly seven persons to the of the shoalest spot.” The di ¡Terence be Columbia river, as far as the stream
Call and examine specimen work.
AMERICAN I. EV ER WATCHES square mile there, and leaving three per tween ordinary high and low tide is eight ' passes through Blue Range, are also au horrible sufferings that must be < xperi-
Office cor. Cal. <fc 5th street; residenco opposite
enceci in this process are even exceeded
Just from the Factory.
sons to eight square miles in the remain feet, and the depth of water in the chan riferous, and have been worked with by the practices in certain establishments
der of the State. The population in 1850, nel on the barfrota twenty-four to thirty profit at a few points.
in Pekin, where beggars voluntarily sub
He is a^ent for the best Rifles and Pietols made, when Washington and Idaho were still feet. Inside, the depth is greater, and I
Silver-bearing lodes have been found mit to having their eyes taken out and
among which is the
part of it, was 13,087, and in 1860, when the largest ocean steamer can ascend at in the south-eastern corner of the State, their limbs broken, in order to excite
Washington Territory had been organ low tide, in the fall, about 5(> miles. The but have not been opened, or if opened,
he undersigned have establisii - Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with oace load ized, was 52,337, showing a gain of 300 latitude of the middle of tlie entrance is paid no profit, and the same remark will public commiseration.
e. a Real Estate Agency in connection with
percent, in ten years. The gain in the 46° 14', about tho latitude of Mackinaw I apply to a silver district on the western
IVi learn from Oregon exchanges that
their Law Office, and are prepared to buy and sell
! slope of the Cascade Range, near the ex-Senator Nesmith will seek the nomi
ZNr All kinds of Wat.-hand Clock C«ailing and last decennium was 73 per cent., and. if
real estate in tula and adjoining counties. Records
the same ratio is preserved for the next The Umpqua river, emptying into the >| head of the Willamette.
searched and abstracts of title prepared with dis Repairing done to order at half price.
nation fur Congress at the hands of the
thirty years, and we think it will proba Pacific in latitude 43° 40', has an entrance > \ Platina is found mixed with gold in the Democratic Stato Convention, to assem
patch and accuracy. Parties at a distance cat)
Jacksonville, May 13, 1865.
bly be greater, the number of inhabitants one hundred yards wide and fourteen feet placers of south-western Oregon, and also ble in the coming April. Of course a
eommunioate with us by addressing
FAY A REA.
will be 155,000 in 1880, 270,000 in 1890,1 deep at low tide. The channel frequent iridum and osmium. The quantity ex better nomination could not be made ;
EAGLE SAMPXiS ROOMS.
and 460,(881 in 1900. The following table ly shifts during the winter, and in storms tracted, however, has not been sufficient but
are we to understand that the ex-
April 22, 1871.
shows the population, according to the the breakers are terrific.
| to deserve note otherwise than as a min Senatoi
prefers a seat in the I.ower House
«. W. KAHLER.
to his old place in the Senate ? Oregon
property, according to the State assess twice miles wide, has a channel a quarter | important.
undoubtedly go Democratic at the
KAHLER & WATSOH,
of a mile wide at the entrance, and a I Copper has been in the Siskiyou Moun will
ment of the same year by counties :
next election. The Legislature that will
depth of fifteen feet on the bar, with .’our tain, near the California line, and a rich then
be chosen will have to elect Sena
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
rorUtATTHS. PAOPBRTY. fathoms inside.
I deposit of iron ore near Portland, but the tor Corbett
’s successor. As the latter
Baker................... ........... 2,804 $ 489,913 Coos Bay, in latitude 43° 21', hasanen- j work of mining commenced at both was chosen to succeed Nesmith, it would
1,133,097 tiance 300 yards wide and ten feet deep, j places has been abandoned as unprofit be in keeping witli the “eternal fitness of
Cor. Third A Cal. ata., (opposite the U. S. Hotel,) Clackamas........... .......... 5,993
1,532,924 a length of 25 miles, a width varying able.
things'1 if Corbett were made to give way
Will praotioe In the Supreme Court, District, and
Coal is found in rocks of the cretaceous in turn to Nesmith.— Sac. Reporter.
352,070 from a quarter to half a mile, and a depth
other Courts of this State.
Columbia............ .......... 863
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
(quality, at various places in the Coast
< 'oos..................... ........... 1,644
N umber of L anguages S poken .—
Jacobs—opposite Court House square.
Port Orford, in latitude 42° 44', an in Range. The largest deposit yet opened The number of languages spoken is 3,064.
IAMBI D. »AT.
The number of men is about equal to the
JOHN" NOLAND, PROP’B.
321,604 described by the coast survey as the best to San Francisco annually.
Grant.................... ........... 2,251
FAY A KEY
number of women. The average of hu
.......... 4,778 1,203,814 summer roadstead on the coast between
EDUCATION AND LAWS.
man life is about 33 years. One-quarter
Attorneys and Counsellors-at.Law,
202,553 Point Reyes and the Strait of Fuca, but
Josephine............ .......... 1,204
before tho age of 9. One-half before
The State has made liberal provision
1,767,780 ! there is no shelter against winds from for the maintenance of free public schools the age of 17. To every 1,000 jtersons, one
T IQU0R3 by the glass, bottle, demijohn, or keg. Lane.................... .......... 6,426
OFFICE—In Court Honsa, up stairs.
........... 8,717 2,979,687 I the south.
JLi The proprietor of thia old stand was the first
only reaches 100 years. To every 100, on
Will practice in the Supreme and other Courts
Ykqulna Bay, in 44“ 40', Isa mall har- J in every district, and the cause of educa ly 9 reach 65 years : and not more than 1
to bring liquors down to a bit a drink nine years Marion................. ........... 9,905
tion is in no danger of being neglected.
of this State.
ago in Jacksonville. I will be happy to have iny Multnomah.......... ......... 11,510
The State has a specific contract act, in 500 reaches the age of 80 years. There
friends call and see me. The besl kinds of wines, Polk...................... .......... 4,701
1,518,511 i much importance otherwise. We have I under which written promises to pay are on earth 1,000,000,000 of inhabitant..
apR* Particular attention paid to the collection liquors and cigars always on hands. Families sup
: not found a chart of it in any of the coast i
■ debts in any special kind of money are Of these 33,333,333 die every year; 7,780
♦f Claims against the Federal and State Govern plied with the best and purest in the market, a-
T’niatilla............. .......... 2,916
790^209 survey reports to which we have hud ac-1 enforced ; and under this law gold is tlie every hour and 60 every min —cy ona
ments, the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption jeasonable rates.
and Homestead Laws, and to the Entry nf Mineral
Jacksonville, July 12th, 1871.
common currency, fcdc-,1 treasury notes for every second. The losses are about
Lodes und**r the recent Act of Congress.
being regarded rather as merchandise. balanced by the number of births.
Washington......... ........... 4 °61
No local bank issues paper money.
r .w io w
928,825 The western third of Oregon is pre
Yamhill.............. ........ 5.012
R ome Michigan boys, feeling the need
The legal rate of interest is ten per
dominately cretaceous in its rock forma-
cent, per annum, though agreements for of wholesome recreation, stuffed a suit of
clothes with straw and buried it; killed
’’ ' 'eastern third volcanic. The cretaceous one percent, per mov*h re valid.
Wintjen & Helms, Proprietors.
Baker and I mon counties ar- east of rocks are sandstones, most of them in a
The State has very little debt, and most a couple of chickens and strewed the
blood around the grave, and trampled the
the Blue Range ; I mat ilia has the mostj metamor,>hic condition and much dis- j of the counties are out of debt.
Corner California and Fourth Sts,
Oregon St., next to Odd Fellows* Building.
of its population west of the Blue Range, placed,
jf they had been subjected to
Neither the State nor any county or ground so that it gave evidence of a fear*
As _ a o
_____ city can, under the constitution, become ful struggle. The horrified citizens soon
he undersigned would respect - though some of its territory extends over niany changes of pqsition.
tally inform their friends and the public gen the eastern Slope ; Wasco and Grant are rlllei tliey |ack aoifci,,,
lity, durability, and a stockholder
in or lend Its credit or give discovered the grave, «ummonel the Cor
essrs , wintjen a helms beg to
oner; hehada.jury empaneled, dug up
erally hat they have purchased the above estab between
the Blue and Cascade ranges ; evenness of grain, and are, therefore, not aid to any corporation.
inform their friends and tho public generally
the body, an4 adjourned in a hurry.
Jackson extends across the Vas<'ade1 va|lla|,|e ,or building purposes. In ex-
that they have thoroughly refitted their saloon,
and reduced the price of liquors to
oked .—During the flood on
sonal supervision, and they guarantee satisfaction on ♦ no
all zx+rizv«. non 4 i aa .....
last Tuesday, says the N«]» Rrrjintcr, ; E x -P resident Jcnxsox save the
to all who may favor them with their patronage. on the west side: and all other counties building stone is found.
12 l-£2 CENTS. These stables are centrally located, and within are west of the < ascades. By this classi- ^>|le majn body of the Cascade Range some wags induced a Chinaman to catch adoption of the passu e policy would be a
convenient distance of tho various houses of public fleation, the region eastof the Blue Range ¡s granite, with slate on the lower spurs, a beautiful liftie animal that had been fun surrender and an inglorious retreat
They will be happy to have their friends “call entertainment. Horses or mules will be boarded has 5,218 inhabitants ; that between the aad large masses of trap and lava in the driven from his home on the bank of the to eternal obscurity on the part of the
and eared for, by the day or week, at moderate Blue and the i'ascade ranges has 7,616 ; vicinity of the extinct volcanoes, of which river. He succeeded in capturing it, and Democracy. He is in favor of a bold and
charges. They have the largest atoek in Oregon,
y**! , G
there are, at least, a dozen on the main discovered his mistake, but said nothing fearless fight on the part of the old De
of Portland, of
The following is the population of some ridge, some of them forming high snow until he had deposited it in safety amonf' mocracy. Andy's head is level there.
English Ale and Porter, south
BVGGIDS AND CARRIAOBB of the principal towns, as reported by the j peaks.
summit of - --
Mount ' the
census of 1870 :
with tingle or double teams, for hire on reason*
together with the finest brands of liquors and ci
i Hood, steam and sulphurous fumes rise long enough to kill it.
J osh Bn.i ixos pays the following
gars always on hand.
tribute to February :
Portland....... .8,293 Lafayette........ ..655 continuously, though not in sufficient.
GOOD SADDLE HORSES A MULES. Salem,........... .3,981 Astoria........... ..639 quantity to be discovered by the naked
A man in New York has tried a novel
Pile hii^h theharth with heechen wood,
60 Points of Billiards for Drinks.
Which will be hired to go to any part of
experiment He cut all the eyes out of
Lead down the kitchen table ;
Albany.......... .1,992 La Grande..... ..640 eye from the adjacent valleys.
April let, 1870.
the country at moderate rates.
Trap, lava, and metamphoric sandstone an early Goodrich potato, anil inserted
Fill np the old clay pipe.
Dalles........... .1,542 Dayton.......... ..587
Animals bought and sold, and horses broke to
g) it while your able.
Oregon City.. .1,382 Amity........... .432 abound in eastern Oregon, in many the eyes of the common red. ThS result
A LL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING neatly saddle or harness.
McMinnville .1,125 Canyon City.. .423 .places bare and rugged, or covered with was a large hill of ring-streaked aud
A and cheaply executed at th. Tusia Printing
KUBLI A WILSON.
A horn-pi pt—the neck of a decanter.
Lebanon..... .. .1,012 Marshfield..... ..402 la thin »oil mixed with fragments of I speckled potatoes.
Ofloe. Saad is ymt »titn.
May Ttb, 1870,
UK. A. B. OVERBECK
IL’ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
VV GERY, and will attend promptly to all calls
professional business. Hi. office and residence Her Resources Rivers ami Lakes—Ralu—
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F. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, H. K. Hanna.
The Overbeck Hospital,
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Jackson County—Circuit Court, Second Monday
tn February and November. County Court, first On Oregon Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
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Monday in each month.
S. F. CHAPIN, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
And Small Profits,
Pioneer Bit House,
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