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editor and proprietor .
CFFICF. (»n Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, JAN. 13, 1877
1 ‘ RO FESS IONA L (’ARI >S.
Ladies' *vnd Gentlemen's
05 THE OKEGOX BOUÜEB
STATE OF OREGON.
< ......................................................... Jj-1 • Grover
Secretary of State,................... s- r. Cluulwick
State Treason ............................. A. H. Brown
M- v- Brown
Sup’l of Public Instruction...L. L. Rowland
A. C. JONES,
attorney a counselob ^ lt - law ,
Commodore Vanderbilt is dead.
ÜOO8B LAKE AND IT3 BUR ROUNDINGS.
Advertisements will bo inserted in tho
T imes at the following rates :
One square, ono insertion......................... $3.00
each subsequent one...... «... 1.00
I.egal advertisements inserted reasonably.
A fair reduction from the above rates made
to yearly and time advertisers.
Yearly advertisements payable quarterly.
Job printing neatly and promptly execut
ed, and at reasonable rates.
C ounty W arrants always at taken par.
it. Summer Lake valley compares fa
vorably with Chewaucan in climate,
the pursuits of its residents, etc. It
is a magnificent grazing region, with
an extensive country north, extend
ing into Wasco county, known as the
desert, so little water existing there
that no stock can live on it during
Summer. But little snow falls on it
during Winter, when the range is ex
cellently adapted for grazing; and
many drive their stock upon it during
that season. Tho altitude of Silver
Lake valley is so great that no garden
vegetables will grow there, and its set
tlors come to Goose Lake for their
ffour, giving them 120 miles only to
go to the mill. I should have men
tioned that nearly all the vegetables,
including tomatoes and melons, grow
of the finest size and quality in Che
waucan and Summer Lake valleys.
Drew’s valley, on the west, is like Sil
ver Lake, frost prevailing every night
in the the year. It is said to be the
most beautiful and picturesque in its
scenery of all these valleys. It is also
devoted to grazing.
It is estimated that 45,275 artisans
L akeview , Nov. 30, 1876.
mechanics aro out of employment
Legislature, at Its last
FANCY GOODS, in New York, and likely to suffer from
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
a bill submitting the
cold and hunger.
........................... P. P. Prim Will practice in all the Courts of tho State.
locatiou of tho county seat of this
Office in Orth’s building—up-stairs.
...................... H. K. llantia
BOYS’ end GIRLS’
to the peoplo at the November
Linkville and Lakeview en
James Spence, 1SÍ. D.,
loss than three thousand. There were tered the lists to compete for the hon
seven thousand fraudulent ballots in or. After a bitter contest at tho polls,
San Francisco alono.
Lakeview, which is situated in the
part of tho county, on the
Not another dollar for tho support of
Hogue's Ranch, near K'sr'yvHlo.
men who threaten to destroy republi border of Goose Lake, was declared
can institutions. If they must have the people’s choice by a large majority.
G. H AIRE J, LZ. D.,
money let them steal it the same way Already a town is springing up like
magic. The records are here, A good
they stole their votes.
P H Y S I C I A N A N D SU RGSON,
hotel is in running order, a well as-
County Jiulge............................M. F. Bal.hvin
1 J. E. Sevterth,
Virginia City, Nev., is being paved sorted dry goods and grocery store is
County Commissioners,...... I H Thornton.
with waste quartz, which, being gradu opened, and a first-class blacksmith
Sheriff,................................................................. s- Messenger
Clerk............................................................. Chas. Hughes Ono door west cf the V7. U. To’o- LT0.UGB8, ÏOBACCO and CIGABS. ally crused, release gold and silver val shop is in full operation, while an
ued at $9 to the ton; and one street is ample hall, with a saloon attached, is
Treasurer,...................................... " ,l1- Naucke
• 1 . Lew is
estimated to contain $133,000 in metal. uow being erected. In a few days a
School Superintendent,................ I- M. Smith
J. A. CALLENDER, BÄ. D.,
Wheat holds firm at $2.15 percental graded school will be opened, in view
^I iii I iunn son P H Y SI C I A N A ND SURGEON,
in tho San Francisco market. Tho de of which families are preparing to
k» d-isob’s New Store. mand for choice grades, caused by the move in from all the surrounding val
Count v J mine................................ E. C. Mason
European threats of war, must mater leys to avail themselves of the facili
I S. I '. Moss,
ially advance the prices of all inferior ties it will then provide their children
I a . Tenbrook.
AN ABUNDANCE OF WILD FRUITS.
Chit’s Erick Building, JackfconvE’e.
for an educatiou. Tho site of Lake
,...T. J. Brattain pff* Office at residence, on rUth stroct, op
In all these valleys, I believe, not
...R. B. Hatton
posite the Court House.
view has been bought from Mr. Bul
Wendell Phillips—tho frank and lard, its former owner, by J. A. Moore, even excepting Silver Lake and
.....I. L. Hanks
bold »penly confesses that it is of Goose Lake valley. Mr. Bullard is Drew’s, wild fruits, such as plums,
H. K. HANNA,
School Superintendent......... H. M. l hatidier
apricots, gooseberries and currants, in
A LT. CF THE A ROVE ARTICLES SOLD only the Southern issuo that keeps the
Stirx’evor.......... I rank ( Lieesman ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW, /.
at tho very lowest rates. If y*>u don’t Republican party alive. And that is an old pioneer, having settled here im several varieties each, some of excel
mediately after General Crook whipped
believe me, cal'. an»’. ascertain prices for
sue Grant wanted to keep alive by the the Indians into subjection nine or ten lent quality, abound in the greatest
Jackson O» hh 7'/.—Circuit Court, second
yourselves. No humbug!
quantities. I never saw such quanti
Monday in February, June ami November.
All kinds ci produce and hides taken in use of the bayonet.
years ago. His was the first house ties to the tree or bush as I have seen
County Court, iirsi Monday in each month. Will practice in all the Courts of the State. exchange for goods.
Prompt attention given to all*businesa left
It is understood that tho military built in Goose Lake valley, llis buck here. Nearly all of this country I
.pMcphine Cmo»n/.—Circuit Court, fourth
in my care.
Monday in April and fourth Monday in < »<•-
have orders to transfer skin latch-string has always hung out have described is suitable for homes.
lober. County Court, lust Monday iu Jan Office in (.»nil’s Brick Building— upstairs.
of ordnance and ord side, indicating, to the lost, the lonely From the Southern rim of Goose Lake
uary, April, July and October.
nance stores from Baton Rouge to New and tho weary, at night-fall, or in the valley to Silver Lake on the north, to
Lake ('aunty.— Circuit Court, fourth Mon G. W. KAHLER.
B. B. WATSON.
day 1:1 June; County Court, first Monday
York, including too barrels of powder, snows of Winter, a welcome beneath Stein mountain on tho east and the
KAHLER & WATSON,
in January, April, July and Dctolier.
his hospitable roof, Many such have Cascade range on the west, including
guns, shot, shell, etc.
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW,
The Democratic Legislature of Louis enjoyed with him his log heap fire, Sprague river valley, Langell valley
( N. Fisher, President,
C«— a SL,
| M. Caton,
iana has been notified by Thomas Ad and partaken with a relish his slap- and Lost river, are all suitable for
jacks and venison, when outside noth- ‘ farms.
■I David Cronemiller,
I J. Nunan,
Will practice in the Supreme, District and
mittee, that their orders on the Treas ing but a vast aud inhospitable wilder
I George Brown.
LAND IN GOOSE LAKE VALLEY.
other Courts of this Stale.
.... U.S. Hayden Oilice on Third street.
urer of tho committee for any amount ness existed—a wilderness unbroken
In Goose Lake valley there are no
by other sounds than the howling
...... Henry Pape
,J. P. McDaniel
winds, the yelping cayote, or the public or vacant Government lands.
TTAVING JUST RECEIVED A NEW
....... J. (’. Weiss
Ii stock of Harness, Buggies and Car
Matters now stand as follows in the whoop of Indians. This is what this All not donated to the Central Military
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW, riages, I am now prepared to furnish my Ashtabula railway accident; Number country was ten years ago. To-day Wagon Road Company or located by
patrons and the public generally with as
on tho train , 128; number of employes this valley, from-its southern border in the State under the Agricultural Col
on the train, 19; total, 147. Rescued Modoc county, California, to its north lege Act of Congress, are located and
.. Jiirksoinilit* Lotlif \o. Ill, 1.0.0. F.,
—passengers, 63; employes, 9; total, ern boundary, is dotted with the homes settled upon. Unfortunately for set
Holds its regular meetings every Will practice in all the Courts of tho State. As can In* had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
Saturday eveiiingat the Odd Fel
horses hired to co to any part of the country. 72. Lied since—Passengers, 3; em- of civilized mau. Beautiful farms, tlers the odd sections in a breadth of
trusted to my care.
low’s Hall. Brothers in g»)od standing are jar
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses ployes, 1; total, 4. Name3 known of many of them ; others the home of six miles running west and crossing
ottico opposite Court House.
broke to work single or double. Horses the rescued, 73; lost, 70; unaccounted stock men, all battling successfully the Cascade range, into Western Ore
invited t<* attend.
J. H. HYZER, N. G.
boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon
for, 5. •
with the rigors of our Winters— gon, all belong to the Central Military
D aniel C ronemillek , Rec. Sec y.
them while in my charge.
If the people had known, on the 7th which, although long, are nothing like Wagon Road Company, which are
JitfkMiinille Stainni .\o. I D, L 0. R.)!.,
of November, that tho Radical mana I r so cold as the Winters of New Eng held from sale. The Agricultural Col
Holds its regular meetings e>ery Thursda IV
A liberal share of tho public patronage is gers were unwilling to accept the ver I land—the established homes for their lege lands are in the market on the fol
evening at me (»<1*1 bellows liall. Bi others
W. J. PLY MALE.
dict of the ballot-l>ox, iVui wouid make wives aud children. Mr. Bullard gen lowing terms : $2.50 per acre, 20 per
in v o » h 7staiuling are invited to attend.
E. JACOBs, o. C.
a mad effort to perpetuate their power erously donated tweuty acres of land cent, of the purchase money down at
Oilieial surveys made ami pateuts obtained
TW21 Il YEAR.
M ax M uller , R. S.
by falsifying their returns, the Uti»*a, to the couuty for county purposes, be the time of purchase, the balance in
at reasonable rates. Full copies of Mining
yearly installments of 20 per cent, at
Lawsand Decisions at my olilco in Jack
N. Y., Observer thinks that Hayes sides lots for schools aud churches.
—Orrsoniitn Pora^o!,’as Iribc No. 1, lin-
10 per cent, interest till paid. The
sonville, < »regon.
LAKEVIEW AND VICINITY.
would not have carried four States in
¿Sfew proved onler o‘
Mvm, holds its
and overflowed land^have all
Lakeview is located on the north been located by speculators under the
€«**•’* stan d »-.»uneils »l
Hall the third sun in ev« O'. i’eveu »(ins, in
The Jr ter- Ocean's Washington spec end of Goose Laae, some 50 miles State law providing for the sale there
the eighth run. A cordia1 invitation to all
ial says: Tho restaurateur of the from its southern border, and near the of. The whole of the described terri
brothers in good sUinding.
< a - <
SIS1T&8 of the HOLT HAK2S. House has been selling openly at a bar, celebrated Hot Springs. The location
DR Al, b.
Cor. Cal. & Oregon Sts.,
tory, which extends 125 or 130 miles
E. B. W atson , C. ot R.
claiming that its sales are prohibited is beautiful, scenery grand, tho lake, north to tho Cascade range, on the
by the Joint rules which are not now valley and mountains, forming a view west 150 miles, will be tributary to
HE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
much like tho Bay of San Francisco, Lakeview. Some of your surplus
Warren Lodse No. ID, A. F. & A. M..
school will commence about tho end of in force. Speaker Randall to-day or
Holds its regular communications
August, and is divided in four sessions, dered tho practice discontinued, thus with its surroundings spanning the population, without houses, and having
/NF \ on the Wednesday evenings or pre
of ten weeks each.
sustaining the House. He reviews the Golden Gate. The range of moun good trades, with industrious and eco
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, Ore
tains surround the lake without a nomic habits, can soon build comfort
C. C. BEEKMAN, . M.
decision that the rules aro in force.
Keeps constantly on hand <• *1.11 assortment Bed and Bedding.................................
M ax M uller , Sec’y.
break to be seen, rugged peaks on the
Drawing and painting........................
Mitchipple’s Senate Committee is west, covered with timber, pine, fir able homes and And plenty to do here
of furniture, consisting of
Piano,...................................................... . 16.00 getting quite a number of Radicals
at remunerative prices.
Ruth Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 4,1. 0. 0. K., BEDSTEADS,
and juniper, predominating. On the
Entrance fee, only once,................... . 5.00
The climate here is healthy—un
from Oregon to testify in the Watts- east the mountains are barren, timber
Holds its regular meetings on every other
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
so. For the asthmatic, rheu
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
Primary, per term,................................... $ fi.oo Cronin case. Considering that this is being found only in the canyons.
Members in good standing are invited to
debilitated generally, it is
.................................... 8.00 simply a question of law, and the facts
JOHN MILLER, N. G.
.................................... 10.00 in the matter could t^e submitted ou
R uiiel F isher , R. S.
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
Warner Canyon, the outlet to the who for years suffered from weak
Pupils are received at any time, and spe its merits, the summoning of so many
cial attention Is paid to particular studios In
east to old Fort Warner and Stein luugs in California, has entirely re
CIIAIRS OF ALL KINDS,
behalf of children who have but limited useless witnesses can only be regarded Mountain, an extensive grazing coun
covered and grown stronger aud
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS, time. For further particulars apply at tho as reckless extravagance. There are
healthier than for twenty years.
now about twelve or fifteen witnesses
gone, of whom four are Democrats.
A young English lady is engaged
from Lieutenant Warner, who lost his
Also Doors, Sasli and Blinds always on
In tho Now York Daily Graphic of life there at the hands of treacherous in making a cloak entirely of partridge
W. J. ZIMMERMAN & CO., Prop'rs. hand and made to order. Planing done on
tho 14th ult appears a largo picture of redskins some years ago, 1 think, in a feathers. In it will be at least 10,000
reasonable terms, pST Undertaking a spe
Gov. Grover, accompanying which is Government Survey ing Expedition. feathers of different sizes, the lower
a biographical sketch of His Excellen Warner’s valley, east of us, is an ex portion of the cloak beiug made of the
anufacture and build all
cy. Tho photograph and sketch were tensive grazing country, with bunch tail feathers and then ranging up.
kinds of mill and mining machinery, JOHN L. CARTER & SON,
castings, thimble skeins, and irons, brass
obtained and forwarded to tho Graphic grass and sage in great abundance, tino The breast feathers come next, while
eastings and Babbitt metal. Bells cast.
by their art correspondent in Portland.
Farming machinery, engines, house fronts,
he new ftrm of kahler a bro . The picture is a faithful representation meadows on the streamsand surround the variegated plumage round the neck
stoves, sewing machines, blacksmith-work,
ing Lake Warner. For some reason, of the bird encircle the white throat of
have the largest and most complete
and all work wherein iron, steel or brass is
which, 1 am unable to explain, the the lady. It will require about 100
used, repaired. Parties tiesiring anything \\TE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO
snow does not fail to any great depth partridges to fill out the regular course
in our line will do well to give us a call be
DRUGS, MEDICINES <t CHEMICALS, glance. Just at this time the illustra
fore going elsewhere. AU work done with
there, bonce, it is thus adopted as the of feathers, which aro placed in layers
neatness and dispatch at reasonable rates.
tion and sketch will be examined by pasturage for immense herds of cattle, similar to the way in which they grow
JAS' Bring on your old cast iron.
thousands with no small degree of in- which are driven in largo numbers on the bird.
. SIGN PAINTING,
tho Latest and finest stylos of
ZIMMERMAN A CO.
Ashland, Aj>ril 8, 1876.
during the Winter months to Reno or
I mportant if T rue .—“I am will
bound for the San Fran
The following are tho estimated ap
WILL. JACKSON, Dentist, WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING. And a great variety of PERFUMES an propriations for Oregon, for tho year cisco market.
ing to risk my reputation as a public
TOILET ARTICLES, including the bestand 1877: Works at the mouth of Hie
mau,” wrote Edward Hines to tho Liv
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING DONE.
CHEWAUCAN, SUMMER LAKE AND SIL
cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER
erpool J/creury, “if the worst case of
Columbia, $20,000; Willamette and
Ordors from the country promptly attend FUMED SOAPS in this market.
VER LAKE VALLEYS.
small-pox cannot be cured in three
€■0“ Proscriptions carefully compounded. Columbia, from Portland to the sea,
North of us are the Chewaucan, days, simply by the use of cream tar
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
$150,000; Upper Willamette, $85,000; Summer Lake and Silver Lake val
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS,
Canal at Cascades, $300,000; for public leys. Like in Warner valley, the tar. One ounce of cream tartar dis
surveys in Oregon, Washington, Ne snow rarely falls to any great depth. solved iu a pint of water, drank at in
C alifornia S treet ,
vada and Utah, $45,000 each; Survey The altitude of Chewaucan and Sum tervals,* when cold, is a never-failing
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon. S. P. JONES,
or General’s office, Oregon, $0,700; mer Lake is considerably lower than remedy. It has cured thousands, nev
WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. Oregon Indian service, $40,000. Ap that of Goose Lake valley, giving er leaves a mark, never causes blind*
propriations are also recommended of them shorter Winters than we have uess, aud avoids tedious lingering.«»
very operation pertaining to
one but the choicest and best
for civilization anu
the jaw skilfully performed at reasona
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies un<l Cigars
?e. Most of tho residents, I might
S ilver C ake .—Two cup* of pow
he proprietors of Tnis w
sugar, two and a half cups of
No more credit will be given after the
oue-half cup of butter, three-
first of January, 1876. I will take all kinds
that a complete and first-class stock of the
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and Sayler, Chairman of the South Carolina have been more successful with their fourths ol a cup of sweet tnilk, the
Office and residence on corner of Califor pay. Families needing anything in our line
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand. Committee, says their report will show herds than those in Goose Lake valley, whites of eight eggs, ono teaspoonful
nia and Fifth streets, Jacksonville.
»•an always be supplied with the purest an» They will be pleased to fiavo their friends
the entire Democratic State ticket and who are engaged in that busiuess. of baking powder; stir butter and su
liest to lie found on the Coast. Give me a “call and smilo.”
a majority of tho members of tho Hepburn <& Iunis, Scotch gentlemen, i gar to a cream, then add tho whites of
New Boot and Shoe Store, »■all, ami you will be welj satisfied.
House of Representatives elected by are extensively engaged in sheep rais the eggs, beaten to a stiff froth; thou
C alifornia S treet ,
here. We would lie pleased io have persons from 200 to 1,100 majority; that radi ing iu Chewaucan. Their flock con add the milk; then stir the yeast pow
possessing curiosities and specimens bl ing cal negroes were the only intimidators, sists of about 7,000 head of ewes. der through the flour; flavor with bit
in, and wo will place them in the Cab and instigated riots to arouse North They began sheep-rahing there about ter almond.
inet for inspection.
ern prejudice. The Hayes Electors two years ago. Considering their in
WINTJEN <t HELMS.
T hf . Sandwich Islands are going to
seem to be elected, though Sayler has experience in a new country they have
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
WING PERMANENTLY LOCATED
a new flag, but they can’t decide
been quite successful, and will make
* in Jacksonville, the undersigned re- m I IE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER,
\ LL kinds of ammunition for sale by some doubt of this. All decent Re
to take a gray horse blanket
publicans in South Carolina admit that i sheep-raising in this wild country a
anectlullv informs the public that he is 1 has now on hand and is constant ly man A
> success. They arc possessed of. in- with a holo in it, or an old vest with
prepared to do all kinds of work iu the boot ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern
ami shoe making lino. Satisfhetion guanm- Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to VI ORSE, Paint,8<ash, Scrubbing and Black- auguratiuii.
I domllab’e energy and capital to back I the back ripped out.
suit purchasers. Call aud test the article.
11 cning Brushes at JOHN MILLER’S. I
h F •
THE ASHLAND IRON WORKS,