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END OF THE SILETZ “WAR.”
THE HAK IN KHIVA.
| where it does appear, the assessment of
¡»ersonal property is less than the amount
(KEIT ON THE PUBOPkAN PI.AN.)
Russia has declared war against Khi
The Salem >S'tafe*man has obtained
exemption. The ruling of the Board
STATE OF OllKGOM.
Superintendent Odeneal an account
Corner of Stark and Front Streets,
governor,.................................................. L. I Grover
er mor of Oregon— Silt: Complying with ’in this regard is that the full amount of
beoretarv of State............................... »■ F. Chadwick
1 a provision of an act entitled “an act to the exemption should be noted in all in Asia, lying immediately east of the of the Indian situation at the Siletz Re
Treasurer,............................................... L. I leischncr
provide for the State Board of Equaliza-, cases where the amount of the personal Caspian Sea and south of the south-wes servation, Benton county. He states
State Printer,.................................................... Eugene S«mpl«
tion,” approved October 25, 1872, the un property assessed exceeds the amount of tern corner of Siberia. It is inhabited that when he arrived at the Agency lie
ZIERER .C HOLTON, PROPRIETORS
riKST JLDICIAL 1>I«TKICT.
Circuit Judge............................................. ?• !’• I*”?*
composing the members of the exemption, and when less, then in , by nomadic tribes of the tartar race. Its found the Indians excited about the
District Attorney,........................................ J- !••
i religion is Mohammedan. It is govern preparation for war on the part of the
said Boanl, have the honor to submit the relative proportion.
J At KSuN COUNTY.
’ following report :
The undersigned are of opinion that if ed by a Khan, who rules as a desjait, and whites, and were puzzled to know what
’County Judge......................................... E. I’ Watson
The Boaril met and organized accord- u|| property could be assessed at its ae- from a population of 2,04X4,000 people, re was meant by the construction of fortifi
County Comiais,tuners................. ( M j|.j)rake.
When they understood that
ing to law. A journal has been kept.of’tuul cash value, as the law requires, the ceives a revenue of $1,250,000, besides a cations.
Thouia, T. McKrntie
these preparations were in anticipation
each day’s proceedings, so that a full and ( burden of taxation would be very much
■Clerk.............................................................. Pat. Dunn
Treasurer........................................................ John Bilger
an Indian outbreak, they were very
complete record of the Board exists for relieved as in a consequence a lower rate
A-tessor.......... .............................. ........ D- H* laylor
much suqiriscd ; said they were not fools
reference or publication.
! of tax would be the rule both for the
•Rehool Sup t...........................................W. J. Stanley
century was taken by Tiiuour the Tar- enough to go to war; they had but few
iturvevor,.............................. —................ J **• Howard,
Communication was had with the State and country purposes. At present
I'MMuer............ -............................................ J- N- l‘rI1
i tar. It is the land of story and romance of men who could fight; were comfortably
Boards of Equalization of the various the poorer and middle classes are paying
Official Paper............................... Dr.xocgATic Tinas
QUICK SALES & SMALL PROFITS! ¡counties of the State early in the session, the expenses of the Government, owing Persian tales. There is an old feud ex fixed on the Reservation, and to quiet
JosKi'UINK col STY.
isting between this people and the Czar apprehensions they would give up all
..................... J. B. 8if«r«
I by a circular letter, a copy of which is to the Inefficiency of Assessors and the
DAVI r» CllONEMII.I.Elt & < ’o.
of Russia, which culminated by an inva their arms, which they did. How tho
I tie«. S. Mathew, ud ,
herewith appended, marked A., inviting inequality of assessments.
( lì. F. Sloan.
sion by Russia in 1830, which, by reason scare originated is thus stated :
information and suggestions which elicit
................ Dau. !«• Green
Much valuable property has entirely <>f the rigor of the climate, terminated
The report had been going the rounds
................ Cha,.. Hughes
ed several instructive replies.
escaped assessment. Especial instances disastrously to the Russian army. Khi-
.................. Wiu. Naucko
for more than a week before Sawtelle’s
....... Tho». Ü. Patterson
The powers conferred by the law are are given in munificent laud grants of . va, the capital, is a city of adobe huts,
house was burned, to the effect that Mr.
Al. J. Adam«
School Su|i 1» ri’ *••••••<
not as distinct in some respects as would several corporations, which are either surrounded by walls. Its markets are
.................... Alex. Watt»
Samuel Case had said when on liis way
J seem to be desirable in order to secure not assessed at all or only in part ; and supplied from England and Russia. A
to Salem, that he was coming out to get
R. S. OSBURN.
E. C. BROOKS.
its efficiency. It imperfectly provides where assessed the valuation is below the transit trade through Khiva exists be
soldiers, and did not intend to return un
' for an equalization of assessments for the price placed upon other lands of like tween India and Russia. As Khiva sep
OSBURN & BROOKS,
til something should be done. Mr. Case,
' present year. This the Board, after ma character. Only in a single instance is arates British India from Russia, this in
however, denies that he ever made any
ture deliberation and tin examination of there an exception to this statement, and vasion has aroused the jealousy of Eng
such statement; nevertheless they were
JACKSt N VILLE, OREGON,
the rolls, determined could not be accom that is the wagon road grant in Jackson land lest it should be the intention, by
and produced the same effect
plished, for the reason that some of the county, assessed at $1 25 per acre. Some .conquest, to annex this country to the
IV ILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HA*'D
as though they had come direct from
counties had proceeded with the collec wealthy corporations have been assessed already too extended domain of the Czar.
I T complete assortment of Drug, and Medicin
him. The excitement created by these
tion of taxes for this year before the pa- so lightly as to constitute a comparative ¡This fear on the part of England has led
floating rumors became most intense on
sage of the law, and on that account it exemption from taxation, while other I to an exchange of diplomatic notes be
the night of the burning of the house, as
would have been deemed inexpedient associations of capital, again, are not tween the two governments, resulting,
was then looked upon as the work
and impolitic, if not illegal, to have un named on the assessment roll. In these according to hist advices, in a satisfacto
of the Indians and the commencement
dertaken to do so had not the incomplete instances the Board have exercised the ry explanation by the Emperor of Rus
of hostilities. There is no positive proof
h . F. J ohnson .
p . a . hears .
and imperfect condition of the assess only corrective deemed to be within sia, convincing England that his object
that the Indians or any individual In
ment rolls rendered the attainment of their ¡tower by requesting the attention is not of conquest, but simply to chastiso
JOHNSON & HEARN,
committed the crime ; but from the
of the County Board of Equalization to
such an object positively impossible.
circumstances it would seem that if any
An inspection of the rolls revealed a the existing facts.
neighbor. The probability of difficulty one of their number did do the act, it
Kantzau X Shaw and Comstock & Martin, lack of uniformity and great inequality
Additional legislation is required to I between England and Russia is a very
was one called “California Jack.” There
in the values placed upon property. In perfect our revenue system, which the remote one in any event, as the northern
l 'orv nrsliin; «S í (.'oiiimlnalon
is no evidence against any one else, and
many of the counties a disregard has experience of the next year may more and eastern boundary of Hindostun is
only remote circumstantial evidence
CALIFORNIA. been shown to the reijiiircments of the definitely determine, and in the next an the almost impassable chain of the against him. The Indians profess not
statutes relating to assessments. The nual report of the Board may be more Himalaya Mountains, and fortified by
only willingness but anxiety to have tho
J l( IASO.N VILLE LODGE
Mark your Goods care of J. & H.
different species of personal property are appropriately and intelligently recom ithe English would form an impregnable
guilty party found out and punished.
not given, save upon the lolls of three mended.
barrier to invasion from Russia or China.
we hope to merit counties, and, with few exceptions, a
Eugenic, Regent of France.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
a C‘>l>ti)il¡att>.n <■!
eJ tu the old firms.
very imperfect description of the lands, i
N. H. G ates ,
The ex-Empress Eugenie, it is said,
The labors of the Board have conse
G eo . L. C urry .
The following list of horses that have will issue a pronunciamento declaring
quently, in a great measure, been direct- j
made 2:23 or less is given by a corre herself regent of France until the young
Salem, Oregon, Jan. 9, 1873.
led to the adoption of such means as will
spondent of the Country Gentleman :
prince Louis attains his majority, thus
; be likely to prevent a recurrence of such
JA < K.SOÑ VIL L E, OREGON.
keeping up the fiction of the Empire anti
Hire Help Now-.
iomissions in future assessments
1— Flora Temple ..
2:19} the dynasty of Napoleon. When Napo
Rules have been adopted, relating to
2— George Palmer
There is a good deal of farm work that 3— Jennie............
leon IV. shall attain his majority it is
j the duties of Assessors, and the form of
THROUGH TICKETS, 121 CENTS
4— Flora Bell....
not improbable but that there will be a
an assessment roll prepared. Rules have
5 —Lady Thorne
18J large party in France disposed to assist
ialso been framed for the observance o
in his elevation to the throne. The po
the County Boards of Equalization, to do it. The advantage of having help 7— Camors.......... .
litical outlook for this young gentleman
copies of all of which are hereto ajq»end-
8— Lady Maud .
certainly much better than was that of
that not only can a great deal of the 9— American Girl
ed, marked B., C. and I).
18i his father at the same age, and if lie
; In consideration of the fact that the spring's work be anticipated, but the 11— Dexter...............
NEW STATE SALOON,
in shall possess in any degree the ambition
■ remote situation of a number of the help may learn the ways and wishes of 12— George Wilkes
counties deprive them of the facilities the farmer, and the breaking-in process 13— Jay Gould........
:.-2H and genius of his distinguished family, a
splendid and, perhaps, Imperial destiny
¡which would insure a certain compliance does not come in the midst of the busy 14— Gazelle.............
^pilIS popular resort, tin 1er the new manage
1:16} may await him. With the death of the
season, when every man should know 15 —(loldsinith Maid
G. II. AIKEN, M. D.,
JL ment, is furnishing the best brands of with the directions of the Board in re-
2:21} Duke of Chambord expires the old Bour
respect to the form of an assessment roll,
17 Kilburn Jim
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
it was deemed advisable to have the rolls It is often the case also that more advan 18— Huntress.......
2*°' ¡2$ bon line, and then only remains the Or
J 4 CESO -V VIL L E, OR EH ON.
:o¡ leans and Bonaparte family to contend
prepare»! under careful supervision, and tageous contracts can be made with men 19— Mountain Bo ’J .............
against the Republican party for the con
The “New State” hus been elegantly refitted, when complete«! and bound, arrange who are provided with steady employ- 20— George Fulle
W** Office at the fonn<-r millinery store of the
trol of the Government. The death of
Misses Kent, U. S. Hotel,
ments have been made to have three J nient and pay during the winter months.
A Tippling Horse.
billiard tables are provided for the ’overs of this
Emperor Napoleon no doubt strengthens
traine. The bar is furnished with the choicest copies forwarded to each county, which They are less likely to become demoral
S. F. CHAPIN, M. !>.,
Orleans party. Chambord is old and
Brandies, Wines. Cigars, Ac., and the reading ta will be done in season for the commence ized by’ idleness and dissipation, and
Shall there be a horse temperance so
bles with Eastern per odicalsand leading papers of
childless. The Count de Par s (the Or
ment of assessing on the first of March learn habits of industry and thrift from ciety ? A Chicago paper relates this:
C. W. SAVAGE, Prop'r.
1 the farmer which add to their usefulness
Jacksonville, July 1st, 1872.
“When the epizootic broke out in Chi leans claimant) is the legitimate succes
JA t A'VO.V VIL L E, OREGON.
sor of the Bourbon line, and on the death
Although such action has been taken and to the profits from their labor when cago, an expressman bought a horse bad
of Duke de Chambord the two monarch-
Office and residence at Rvin's brick build
in the judgment of the Board, as will I the seed-time comes on. It has been ly affected with the distemper. He got
ing, Third street between California and Main.
ial parties, the ‘‘Legitimists” and “Or-
Opposite Vinteli Stuten Hotel.
materially assist the work of equaliza | found that the winter's tuition is rarely him for $75, and began to dose him with
a pint of gin and ginger twice a day. leanists,” will be united. The minority
Dr. L. DANFORTH,
JOHN NOI.ANI), - - - » Proprietor. tion hereafter, it is indeed anticipated
that should the Assessors discharge their to secure men in January whom it would The stimulants kept up the spirits of the of the young Louis and the advancing
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
Dealer in fine WINES, BRANDIES. WHIS
duties in a full accordance with the law be almost impossible to hire in March or animal so that he worked all the time, years of the old Bourbon give to the Or
KIES, and CIGARS. None but the best and
and in less than a week earned $192. leans a favorable opportunity to scheme
AS REMOVED to Jacksonville, and offers choicest kept.
and the direction given them, that after i April.
hi« professional cervices to the public.
Unfortunately, however, the horse has for the advancement of the Count de Par
the County Boards of Equalization shall
Knows How It Is lliinsell.
Office the one formerly occupied by Dr. (tunung.
acquired a taste for intoxicating liquor, is to the throne of France.
California street. Residence on Third street, op
have efficientiy acted, but inconsiderable
posite and west of the M. E. Church.
and he cannot do without it now. He
No Credit in the Future—It Don’t Pay. service will be required to be performe<i
Ought to be An Exception.
“I give and bequeath to Mary, my
! smells it as he passes by* saloons, and in
by the State Board.
J. N. BELL, M. D.,
wife, the sum of one hundred pounds a
Families needing anything in my lineran al way,
A young lady by the name of Belle
A recess was taken during the session year, said an old farmer. “Is that writ sists upon stopping ; neither will he eat
be supplied with the purest and best to be found on
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur. the Const. Give me a call, and you will be well to enable the Secretary of State to fur
Brown, wishing to be in the fashion and
his food unless thus seasoned.”
ten down, master?” “Yes,” said the
the Maggies, Mollies, Annies,
JA CKSONVILLE, OREGON.
nish the Board with tabular statements lawyer; “but she is not so old but she
‘•Will Farming Pay !”
Katies, and other “ies” of her acquain
of the assessments by counties, the ag may marry again. Won’t you make
EoT FORWARDING ! *viÆ
Can ba f>un 1 at all time, at his office on Califor
This topic has been discussed by the tance, had her visiting cards printed Bel-
gregates of which, in tabular form, are any change In that case? Most people
nia street, adjourning Osburn A Co.’, new drug
store, or at his residence on Fifth street, first block
agricultural journals until worn lie Brown. Whereupon an exchange is
These do.” “Ay! do they ? Well write again
i herewith appended, marked E.
.north of the Court house.
tables of statistics, imperfect as are the and say, ‘If she marry again T give and threadbare. There is only one answer to of the opinion that the sweet name of
H. K. HANNA.
assessment rolls, exhibit interesting and bequeath to her the sum of two hundred it, and that answer is embraced in a sin i Belle ought to be an exception to the
patronyimic rule. It says : Take for in
important facts. As will be perceived, pounds a year.’ That’ll do, won’t it mas gle word—yes.
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public,
the case of that wag of a farmer
the aggregate taxable property’ of the ter?” “Why that’s just doubling the
JA CKSON VIL LE, OREGON.
State is considerably diminished by the sum she would have received if she re siness and is a business man. If it does in Oregon, Peter Ake, who had his daugh
Merchants and Commission Agents, aggregate of indebtedness. The Board mained unmarried,” said the lawyer; not pay it is because be does not know ter christened Belle. We don’t believe
«ÏTTILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS
are inclined to the impression that this “it is generally the other way—the leg his business and is not a business man— she will have her cards printed “Bellie
I T of this State.
Prompt attention given to all business left in
AVING MADE special arrangements with the large amount of indebtedness does not acy is diminished if the widow marries that is, he does not know what the soil I Ake ;” and if the other girls call her by
0. A C. R. R. Co., are prepared to undertake exist in fact, but that much of it is ficti
and the crops he cultivates require, nor that romantic name when she gets big
afterwards.” “Ay! but him as takes her
the forwarding of all goods committed to their
the business methods and requirements enough to ’rastle, we’ll reckon that there
tious. In this view they have endeavor will deserve it.”
S. M. Btinwon.
J. it. N’eil. care in a prompt and satisfactorv manner.
involved in the buying and selling which will be a lively time, and a liberal waft
BLACKLOCK, MORGAN A CO.
ed to provide such forms and regulations
STINSON de NEIL,
Roseburg, Nov. 9th, 1872
farmer must do.
of hair and chignons upon the balmy
relative to assessments, as it is thought
A Child With Seven Eyes.
Attorney and Counsellor! at Law,
This is the only sane answer that can breezes of Oregon immediately after
may tend to produce improved and more
TABLE ROCK SALOON,
JA CK SON VIL L E, OG N.
gratifying results in the future.
The Chatham (Ga.) Tribune says : “A be made to the inquiry.
Oregon St., next door to Odd Fellows’ Building,
Where Our Gold Comes From
In some of the assessment rolls there negro woman living on the farm of J. T.
Death of John Taylor.
Will practice in the Supreme, District and other
THE HilARD OF'EQUALIZATION.
BLACKLOCK, MORGAN & CO.,
Courts of the Slate.
Prompt attention given to all business left in
e. W. KAK.B*.
B. 1. WATSON.
KAHLER A WATSON,
Attorneys and Connsellors-at-Law.
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and
ottaBr Coart* of thia State.
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
Jacoba—opposite Court House square.
LL KINDS OF JOB WORK NEATLY and
PROMPTLY executed at the TIMES Print
ing Office, at the
aro manifold instances where the indebt
edness is greater in amount than the ag
essrs , wintjwn a helms beg to gregate of the property assessed to one
inform their friends and the public generally
individual. Such a record is of no ad
that they have thoroughly refitted their saloon,
and reduced the price of liquors to
vantage to tlie county or State, and cer
tainly is not creditable to the Individual,
I2J Cents a Drink.
while it really gives an untrue and un
They will be happy to have their friendt "call favorable aspect to the pecuniary condi
tion of the county.
The Board have directed that in suoh
ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER,
cases it is only necessary to enter an
together with the finest brands of liquors and ei-
amount of indebtedness sufficient to off
gars always on hand.
set the assessment. In like manner the
Fifty Point« of Billiards for the Drink«. $300 exemption of personal property ap
January 1st, 1873.-tf.
pears only in a few rolls, and frequently,
WINTJEN Ac HELMS, I’ropr’s.
Watson, Esq., near this place, has given
birth to a child with seven eyes—three
on one knee, two on the other, and the
other two in their proper places. The
child is well formed, with the exception
of its legs, which are said to be twisted
backward in the similitude of a ram’s
horn. It occasionally hisses and licks
out its tongue after the manner of a
snake. It is now only a month old, and
seem« to bo healthy and growing finely.
A number of our citizens have visited
this liMU« naturae, and the truth of the
reports of its existence can be well sus
The champion pigeon shooter is dead.
He died of paralysis, preceded by soften
ing of the brain, at his residence in
Greenville, N. J., on Dec. 22d, 1872, aged
50 years. He was a native of Stafford
shire, England, but emigrated to Amer
ica when a boy. He was never equaled
at shooting pigeons from traps. His
best exploit in this line was killing 197
out of 200 birds.
Gold is found in Vermont, Maryland,
Virginia, North and South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kansas,
Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon and Califor
nia. Maryland shows but $108 for her
total,Vermont,$5,615, and Kansas,$1,009.
California has contributed in twenty-four
years $650,000,000; North Carolina’s to
tal is $9,865,253, and Georgia’s $7,250,000.
Virginia and South Carolina have each
over a million.
Loan by the Portland Fire.
Ohio boasts of a baby that weighed 24
The loss by the late Portland (Oregon)
pounds at Its birth.
fire will amount to noarly $500,000.