Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1858-1888, April 09, 1879, Image 1

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PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS
AT
JiKSOXYILLE. ACKSOX CODSTr, OEECOX
BT
KRAUSE &. TURNER.
TERMS:
One copy, Ter Tnr, In nctvoncc, S3 60
VOX.. XXIV--WO. IS.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
J. W. ROBINSON, 5L D.
PHYSICIAN AUD SURQEOff,
JACKSONVILLE, OUEG01I.
Office on California iSUopr-wite r. J.Kynn's.
Residence at B. F. Powell's.
IIRS.R. ELLA FORD ROBINSON,
JACICSOXVTIAE, OIIECOS,
A SPECIALTY.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE AT
B. P. Dowcll's.
L. DANFORTn, M. D.,
pIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Jacksonville, oirnGON.
03cs on California stroet. opposite r. J. Itvnn's
tre. Calls promptly attended to, cay or nigiu.
Q. IT. AIKEN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
JACKSONVILLE, OSEQOH.
JK" -Otfttj fppesite T. J. Ryan's More.
' MARTIN VROOMAN, M. D. r
D3YSICIAE AND SOTLBEOff,
JACKSONVILLE, GTTCGO:.
VrnomancomMhfre with the intention of psr-
minentlr Ins-Uns hlnwlf la th pructlc of
nit prowMlon, M era .ante, niii. irom iweniy
snTen rriM exprlpne In the diseases IncMotit to
tills Co.xt, flitterohl-nself as being able to give
renenl atlifnpti',n.
Office at KaJilcr k Uro'a Drug tora.
CKAS. J. HOWARD,
jpouirrr and mineral suavnroR.
kwtui;uiMiij v . k
.X
'AH
5?t
IS. H. AirrHNRIKTiT,
:T3:.32T-A3-IA7,
Sl.
j'acksonvit.l, csegow.
"1 practice a ell te Courts of tlfo !"tM. rro-nt
c icnttnn Rlrn to ftll bnlnii lc f la znj crr.
tZrOac-s In Orlli'l brick bulljiog.
B. P. DOWSLL,
r, n
SSEI-AT-IAW,
uiCKCOKVILLE, OREGON.
Ailoii'iri-ti p'lieej n TCT btnil T7111 rfoclrp rrompt
cXt i.tu.a JSpoclil attejtlon glroa to cvllcc
ions y .
J & HOWARD,
.TINERAL SUB.VEY0R,
J TS150HVJLLE, Or.ESON.
i, 8. LCVTiKIl, hMlnRfcecn Jnlj Rppoint-d V. S.
j nert irj r fur Ilia counties of JwiCBon, Jos
pin o c ul Carry, Slate o5 Oron wiU nu.ke of-
WILL. JACKSON,
HSITTIST,
JACKRO:rv:LLE. OliEGON.
j""8jt. fTTlEETlI EXUAOTED AT ALT.
JSiSs'Sk - '1,,nr". Lunehlng K J-Av-y4--'Emlnlsterol,
irdostrpd, for which . extra
J I l-J. i J riiRrgft -will r-? nmle. """ "" -"
OnTce nJ ruUenca on corner of CallfyiriTla pod
?llb &.
3RTriOLD ROSTEL,
Acst: SURGEON of tbo German Aray
AND
SROFESSIONAL HATR-CUTTER,
IN ORTH'S BUILDING,
Jacksonvillo, ------ Oregon-'
Z&'Tbe Treatment of Chronic Cases Made
a Specialty.
A, 0. CIBES. L. B. S7K4CVr .
GIBBS & STEARNS,
A TT0RNEY3 AND COUNSELLORS,
Rooms 2 and 4 Strowbridge's Building,
PORTLAND, OEEGP5T.
Win practice In all Ccnrts of Record la the Stats of
Oregon and Washington Territory; and py par
ticular attention to business In Feder&l Courts.
&
0 TO KAIILEU BEOS AND BUT TOUR-
oir-a mom rea.
The People of litis Valley Sarc
THEIR MONEY
WHEN THEY CAN BUY
Sry-Gocds lad S'ancy-Cscods
GROCERIES,
BOOTS AiD SHOES,
TOBACCO t LIQUORS,
' " - --t!SXi'ti3tJXStSifK- j.V 1
MERCHANDISE ! !
Fon
ALL. KINDS OP PllODUCE
BY GOING TO
RYAN'S BDILDING,
S3ezt door to Post CSce,
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
Where Highest Cash Prices
are paid.
GUY MAEKET,
CALIFORNIA ST.,
'ITOad STBEE, -- Proprietor.
PUIS WFLL KNOWN MARKET, OPPO
L File Kahlrr & Bro.'s drupslore is bet
ter prepared, tlwa ever to furnish -the pub
lic with tbc choicest quality of
FRESH BEEF,
PORK, VEAL,
MUTTON, HAM,
SALT MEATS,
- BACON,
Fuperior,
SAUSAGE, LARD, ETC.,
tSjScmtj.i'rfi'nn effort will bo pptrtsl to-
Olfl BAMB SHOP
AND
BATHXiOOMS.
California St.,
Taoltsoavillcj - - - Ort-goa.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS FULLY
prep (red to rln nil worl: in iiis line in
the bait nmnrisr sna at reasonablu prirta.
nOT Oil COLD BATHS
Can b: taJ at this place at all hour3 of ibe
day.
GEORGE SCnUM PP.
P. DONTEGAN
GENERAL BLACKSIHTHING
-AND-
Cor., or Second hid Califouhia St.
ALL KINDS OF MARKETABLE
produce taken in i-schanje lor cork.
P. DONEGA.V.
BLA0E8iITHIHffl
DAVE CRONEMLLER.
MlTlOTiOlM'ffiD.f
T AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL
X work in my line cheaper than ever, and
in fact will do it cheaper than auy other
shop in Southern Oregon.
Give me a call and I will convince you.
DAVID CUONEMILLER.
KAHLER BROTHERS.
Dealers In
SS.
BOOKS AND STATSOHERY,
THE CITY BREWERY.
YEIT SOHUTZ, - Proprietor.
"TTVOtlLD MOST RESPECTFULLY IN.
JL
form tbe citizens of Jacifsonr.lle and
tno -world at large, that they can flnd.aiJIVr'f j
any time, at my Brewery, tbe beet lager aa3s!
beer, in any quantity tbe purchaser rcsy desire
My bouse Is conrenlentlyaltnated and my rooms are
always in order. A Till t will please yon.
aO TO TC ftKIiER
Bros for paints, oils and brusbw.
sass;
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ii
JACKSONVILLE. OKESON: APRIL
C1T.BjSKEBT
AND
SAXOOIN",
Ln jMasonic Boildino, Oeegon St.,
" JACIiSOKVILLE, OGN
TBE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE
pirea to announce to the public lhaj
tbey are now preparci to fill oil orders, for
cake of every description, such as.wcddiDe!
ITrovn ami rye tiead, gmger snaps at.d
crackers.
A lunch houe will also be kept at thi
place, where oysters 5ti all styk's, Limburper
and SchweitZT chee.ie, can be had at all
hours of the dy or nignt.
J!Fresh bread every dnj.
Prices reasonable and satisfaction guar
anteed. GROB & ULRIOH.
TABLE RQOi SALOOW,
OREGON STREET,
WTNTJEW and HELMS,
PROPRIETORS.
THE I'ROPRIKTOR-5 OF THIS
7e!!-l'nowt) and popilar n-?nrt would
inform Iheir friends nrd the public ccnerolly
that a complele and first cla's flnck of the
best brands of hqnor, wines. cijjaM.nle and
porter, etc., are conrtantly lapt oa hand.
They will he pl-ased to Iiave their friend
'call and Einile."
CABINET.
A Cabinet of Curiosiiifa may alfo be
found here. We would be plravd to have
persons possessing curiosities and ,iperiniens
bring lliem in, and we will place them-in
ibe Cabinet for irppertion.
WIXTJEN& HELMS.
C, W. SAVAGE, Prop.,
JACKSON VI Ll
OG?J.
-j
w
HATING AGAIN TAKEN "POS
sci'inn of ih'M Falnon. the U!!.ieriirned
puWic crmrallr at this o'd and popular re-
i-Mfc. i II- iiiivl iifj:i'irs ami ciitars caua'
ways he hd at thi p!aep.'ji!td the tables arej
KuppiVd Willi clfthe Inubng uewspaprrs'aSl'
piri'xlicals of the day.
A first cluss billiard taWo is clo Jrept at
thi3hone. C W. SAVA(JK.
"C. O. D. SALOON.
CALIFORNIA ST.,
J. P. KlcDnnicI Proprietor.
rpms POPULVU nESORT. UNDER
t new msne-fnnent, is f-iruishing the b'-H
brands of liqnrrp, win'o and cijrars. The
readinj; t ible is rupplinl with Eas'lern peri
odicals and leading papers of the Coast.
Give rce a call.
S. P. HAE9NA,
WAGON-MAKER,
-Jacksonville, Orogon,
TN CRONE-.irr.LEP.-S BUILDING 13 IN
-L receipt of it lull nefortm'-ut of material
and prepared to do all work in his line on
-hort notice and in a workmanlike manner.
Vchiclcsof every desciiotion made to nr
dir.
Terms reasoaaUe aud satisfcetlan suaran
tecd. "
pSRcpainng a specialitv.
. , S.'P. HANKA.
Jnci:3S7il.c. Febrnary. 2D, 13 S.
RE-OPENSD !
JACQBMEYEB,
PIOJJEiSR WAGC.V.aiAECR,
HAS RESUMED, BUSINESS A
thestnpdMpftbliifjp.T- --
AT
and is prepared to execute all work in Wa'
line wilh promptness and dispatch and at
very reasonable rate". All kinds of vehi
cles constructed. Repairing a specialty.
Good work r.nd low prices ircarBnteeii.
Give me a call. J. MEYER.
SITS0HAEB,
PRACTICAL
WATcnjiAKER Aim Jewsler,
CnVt nia Slrees
Jacksonville Oregon,
1 TAKES A SPECIALTY OF CLEAN
JL ing nnd repairiug watches and clocks.
Charges reasonable, Give Lima call.
DR. SPIHIvSY & CO.,
SPECIALISTS,
No. 11, ELearhst Steeet
TREATS ALL CTIRONIO AND PRIVATE BIS
eases wlthont the aid of mercury
Officebours S A. it. to 12 H; 2 to 6 and 3 tc 9 I. e.,
CONSFI.TA-ION FP.EC.
Sundays excepted. Coranltaticns free. Cnl i or ad
drees Dr. A V SPCiNST i CO., No.llTEjarney
(rut fir. Vvm ) a
, N ELEGANT
L Table Cutlery j
mg?..:sm-'is.
'gmB.&SSgfr
as55s - .
23-
T. G. REAXE3..1
B. T.EAME3.
KEABllSBEOS.,
Caliimwlnia bt.,
Jacksonvil! - - Oregon,
ESA9 AHiUiUAL ! !
iftaj
t&'sm
A CASH BASIS!!
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
-1
IxT PRICES
-AN3,TH3-
L-AnG-SST' STOCK
or
GEXESAL-. HEECHAffDISI
T22
GRSATES7f" VARIETY
TO SELECT TEOM IN
ny Ono Store is Sonthora
Oregon or "crtiicra
Gal'ipraia.
MrlI'0 -A'SH ! !
r-
i
HaNSI;3t3 F,
m".
-
a- - 9 i
Bhmmnmmmr-mm
FANCY GOODS,
LADIE?' DRESS GOODS OiSHMERES,
AND DIAGONALS. SILKS, AND
satins, Tjnrrt.s & shoes,
CLOTHING, ETC,,
LADIES' CAVKADS CLOAKS
WI3 CALL TTIE ATTENTION OF THE
ladies to the fact tint we have now
on hand the lnrtret and b-t FeVcted aert
ment f LADIES' DRESS GOODS and FAN
CY GOODS or every dweription in South
ern Orcpon, and we will henceforth make
this lino of goods our spxiialily and tell
them at
Cheaper than the'Chcapcst.
To the gentlemen wo will fay, if you want
A No. 1 SUIT OF CLOTHES you mnst go
to Ueiraes UroF. to bny'them a we-clairo to
have the best STOCK OK CLOTIUNG la
Jackson county and will ali&w nano to un
dersell us. ,
These good." were alljpB-cta'M by a xxxta
ber of our dnc frotn.JffliET 'J" s "S Hcasss
ir San FraaCio ntriHf Cr r , and rre will
wsurent ererj crto?' tai ! 'if in as cheep
for earfi c? ny hajM Wt c ny.
We lIso keep oa heaa iuil ktoclc cf
unvw
Eardwap Co'
ACCTTAEE,
CROC!
A FULLLIPE
D OODS
Plows, Gang Plow;& Sulky Plows.
In fact everything W m tbo finest needle
to a threshinir-tnaehfri0. Give us a call
nnd jad;;e for your&elvejp as to onr capacity
of furnishing pood as above.
The way to make money is to rave it.
To seve It buy cheap. To bdy cheap pay
CASH for your good"nd bay cf
IWAMES BROS.
NEW LVSs?Y STABLE
BACK OF COURT HOUSES.
Proprietor.
"TTAVINO LATELY FITTED UP TnE COM-
J L. modiou bsrn on the E.Lool IIeua Flat and
lot lie rear ot the Court House. Ye are now fully
prepared to attend to all LujfS in our line with
promptness anuuispatcn andVt the m t reuonable
rates.
Pins Strnouts
The stable is farnhhedwi Iho hest animals and
iaoitsultantlanugr;les;tIJiarst clahack and
saddle horses 1
Iloraes bearded, asdthe ft care bestowed on
them. I
Satlsfactloa guaranteed in neryinstar.ee.
Oi7o us acaila&d Judge toe yiarselres.
J. VI. MANNING.
gTllIe, April 10th,ip
rnsrsn madejo obde
kurlj 4a by UlhUUl
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9, 1879
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nvsLY urn or r. s. ilvvdcv.
The following, received from a gen
tleman in Connecticut, will throw some
light on the early lifo and family con
nections or Hon. U. S. Hayden which
never were known by his most inti
mate friends in Jackson county. Ed.
Uriah Seabury Hayden was born in
the town Sagbrcok, (that part which
is now the town of Essex,) on the Sth
of July, 1810.
Iisanc
estoron his fater3gde were
fCf25i
- iisrr?T75TT3oiJr3c!a-sca
the closa of the 17th century. John
Haydea removed from Dorchester,
Mass., to Sagbrook Point in Connecti
cut about the year 1700, and thence
soon after to Essex. Ho had two sons,
Ebcnezer and Nehemiah, and from the
second son, Keheniiab, Uriah S. Kay
den descended. The eldest son of said
Nehcniah Hayden was named Uriah,
born Feb. 1732, and from him our de
ceased friend derived his name. His
(Uriah) second son Ebcnezer, born in
17G2, was the father of Uriah S. Hay
den. This branch of the Hayden fam
ily has been noted for its marked traits
of character their motto has ever been
in forming their opinions upon any
subject, Not, is it policy, Not, is it ex
pedient, but do I believe it to be right,
and, although their views have many
times clashed with the opinions of those
about them, yet the consistency of their
conduct has f on for them the respect of
all. The grandfather of our deceased
friend Uriah S. Hayden was a man of
untiring energy. He lived during the
"times that tried men's souls." He
was one of the few men who flinched
not when the storm threatened.
Of opinions pontivc and formed by
mature deliberations. He faltered not
at expressing or owning them even
though he might suffer hardship by so
doing. Believing the King to be a
Princo who had at heart the well-bem"
of his subjects in the new world as well
riin the old, be hrmut asir.va
it was ' for the better to be cut loose
from the crown.
Neverthelesss, such was the public
c;jfidence in the integrity nnd honesty
of the man, Uriah Hayden, that when
in 175G the colony of Connecticut fur
nished two ships or vessels of war to
Congress, he was appointed by the
Governor and Committee to collect the
materials and construct one of them,
which business was performed and the
bills for tho same wore promptly paid
on his presenting his -vouchers and ac
counts at tho pay-table. Ebcnezer
nayden the father of U. S. nayden,
was a man in mind as well as in body
above tho mediocrity of mankind, cf
excellent judgement. Ho wa3 much
respected. He had seen , much of the
world, had a keen memory, and was
what wo call a well read man. Hia
counsel was much sought by his towns
men in their business sntsrpnses. Suc
cessful in business, ha iad a.sfcore of
t&8 goods cfiLia world, and Lke a faitL
fcl steward "what freely he received
ha freely gave."
The mother of U. S. Hayden was
Sarah IHcraniedien, daaghtcr cf Oro
ver'L'Hommedien, of Norwich, Conn.
The L'Hommedieng ar of Irancc. dt
scsnt (as the name would signify and
came tc this county at the time of tbe j
massacre of tbe huguenots. Of th
fejnfly in genersl I know bci llstfe ex-
-H- v.Mwwr wjBWVu JHlvWa,
Viiich'is a wide ruige in eastern Con
-.-,-- .
necticut.
Tho mother cf U. S. Hayden has a
brother now living in Chester, Conn.,
at tho ripe old age of 92, in body as
active as many men at three score
years, and a mind as clear as in the
midday of his strenght. He isbelo"ed
by all classes the eld and young, the
rich and the poor, and he has several
times represented his district in onr
legislative assembly. ,
The education of U S. Hayden was
obtained partly in tbe common schools,
for which Connecticut one half century
since was so much noted, and partly
in tho private schools of tho day. The
branches of learning taught in those
schoob in all things pertaining to the
rudimentary parts, were laid on a solid
foundation and could be r afely builded
upon. Daring most of the time from
Mr. Hayden 3 majority until 1843 he
was engaged in mercantile business
with varied success. Mostly m the
place of his nativity but for a short
timo in Ithica, N. J., and also in "Wil
liamsburg, now a part of Brooklyn N.
J. Ho wa3 a man of many 'friends and
H HI
his manners and appearance wero cal
culated to make and retain tbera the
writer, though much younger, forming
his opinion trom public conversation,
looked upon Seabury Haydea as ona
higher and more noble than tec gener
ality of men In Feb., 1849, that ever
memorable time so many sot out for
the El Dorado, he railed to go around
the Horn for California, and there on
the Pacifiic coast ho passed, deducting
tho term of his boyhood, the mo3t of
hia lifp.
mm !. ,..ia "v
--., yr- ; JUH.iT JQU3 iCln,
j
years passed avay nover to return. For
a term of years the letters from him to
hi3 friends often referred to his return
ing to the land of his birth, but proba
bly in his case, as often in others, the
longer absent the moro easy to be so,
and he knowing the immenso change
a score or moro veara brine around.
The greater part of his old associates
were gone. Yes, the fores was gone,
only here and there a shade-tree left in
tho clearing wore to bo found; and, it
may be ho thought of tho Stnta of Ore
gon and her people with feelings akin
to those expressed by Ruth to Naomi.
"Thy people shall be my People and
thy God shall be my God."
It is a great consolation to his sur
viving friends to think of the esteem
in which he wa3 held in his wostont
home, and I can but quote ms applica
ble to his ease, those will-known though
never hackneyed lines of Popo:
By foreign hands bis dyiccr eyes .were
closed. "
By foreign bands his decent (:mbs com
pared, By f'ircijrn hands hi3 humble urave adorn
ed, By stranjfere honored, by strangers
mouiuexl.
In behalf of the surviving friends of
U. S. Hayden in Connecticut I would
try and fLwik hi" friendt in Oregon for.'
thcmarykinaatcs3stio - " - Tihiminsicfc -
ncss a
1 in hoalth jrmg Iiji
tiy with
thcJi, bv worcTf"
foeblc to ex-
.rrrci
,or.iIiD.
rnr.ii v
run towards
ju And believe rce wIipi i say that
their constant praye- is, may the choic
est of Heaven's blessings bo showered
upon you m all the walks of hfo. Mav
your days bo many, prosperous and
happy, with just enough of clouds that
you may appreciate and enjoy tho sun
shine with a keener relish, and when
your sun of life shall set mav it set "as
sets the morning star -which goes not
down behind tho darkened west, nor
hides obscured among the cloudy tem
pest of the sky but melts away into the
light of Heaven."
VHK OKCSOjr ajmexBS.
A few d? ya ago a dispatch was re
ceived from San Francisco stating the
body of an unknown man was found
lying dead in the lumbor piles on Hath-
away's wharf. His right hand grasped
a pistol, and a bullet wound in the
right temple showed tho means and
csuso of deatt. Hie San Francisco
"Cr.roIcL'' cf tho 2oth contains the
following: "The body was rigid, and
deati! had evidently ensued several
houis before. On tho body was found
a memorandum boot containing the ad
dresses of several porsons, and several
receipts for making bread, written
12 German. Deceased was abont 28
years of age, medium- build, 6 feet 7
lnies .r, heigfat,ignt brown Ivur.gOA'ce
A T,-' . SJl. UVUM a fftMltt Mkn. a.ii
tan-n
k: iimiiiiiHMavriirM! .oniiH
.HSWlrf ca.brrtMhe,. u&2
rfc - - t J,frl J nA iJL. flj. !,.
I ' - - - ww-r - vawiHi.t, tuil .MV
The Northern papers nro discussing
th& question of a harbor of refuge
with much earnestness. We prefer
Crosoent City to any other point, as it
is tho natural oat-let for the interior
counties of Southern Oregon and North
ern California. Tho question will bo
determined, however, by the practical
advantages and sdcptibiHty of the
point selected.
Qrover on the 21st introduced a bill
directing the secretary of war to detail
three army officers as commissioners to
ascertain and report to congrci3, at its
next session, the expeneet. and Josses
incurred by the state of Oregon and
the territories of Washington and Ida
ho in defending themselves from In
dians during the years of 1877 and
1878.
The fashion reporter who wrote,
nith reference to a belle, "Her feet
were encased in shoes thas might be
taken for fairy bocto," tied his ward
robe up in a handkerchief and left for
parts unknown when it appeared the
next morning: "Hor feet wero encas
ed in shoes that might bo taken for
ferry-boats.
ADVERTISING RATES.
OaeaouartlOIlneecr less first lnsertlon.T $ S 00
" " each subsequent lnssrtion 100
" " xonths TOO
' 6 " 10 00
0n-fourtliCc!nzia2inGt!i3..... " CO
" - 6 SOW
Ons-bjCf " S " 30 00
g " 45 CO
OneOoruxnSse-atba JJ
j - , SO 00
A niteonnt to yearly Advertiser.
$3 FEU YEAR
it tr.r.or: of keetge.
A correspondent, signing himself
"Crescent," wri?fc3 to the "Call" of tho
7th an article setting forth hia reasons
why Cresoent City sticulu be selected
by the flovernmer'; as a iiarlor of ref
uge. Tho writer ha& this tcucb to say:
Congress has passed, and Uie Pu
deafc ha signed tbe n" t "oral
the construction of a !.-. -i.or "ti
Tbe la restricts the vciAijii to that
place Affording Hie "ot - e' i ad
;ovin.ereiai tui"
sicn Oi iSnincrs on tins as.. na. ?ro
'iously givei. prefereEte '.o the Lttlo
pt.it ot lTij.idad, ai d tbeie is no doubt
that a. safe haroor couM be made there,
but it has w general or commercial
importance. F--oni Trinidad to Port
Orfoid Ihe-e .s ,afy one piece where a
railroad couid Le made from tho sea to
the projected system of railroads in
the interior, atmI 'that is et Crescent
City. Northeast of Crescent City
there is a natural ggj in the mountain
which brings yc into Itoguo River
Valley-, bo"'sixty miles distant. Tho
sixty Evles ts through an extiaordinary
rich mineral country, in which abound
quartz, gravel mines, copper, iron
chroma, limo, coil, and redwood belt,
while through the great Bcguo Bivor
Valley to Jacksonville you pass through
two and a half million acres of agricul
turJ land. The distance from Cres
cent City to Taokaonville is about 120
miles. ''Here is J large agricultural
dirtrict at CreacouV City sufficient to
support i. large population.
There is & good shelter here from
the northwest wind, and Nature ha3
dono much for tho piacq in affording
largo outlying islands and rocks as nat
ural abutment) for breakwaters.
Thoie is good coai here, pracucaliy in
V-.un hniilinw ti ft minnlinn P ll Ta.Jra
f ' ' .',-
iu. 'tnj ouiuiguuujr jx i urea iinv
mg six fathoms of water could be 00
tainedjrc, with a largo area bftvirg
'JiTjc''B-hteer. fee4 -afc hieh -U-.
Vrlueh could bo improved by drsdgmg.
Tl'ero is one other harbor, faeility hero
n case of need, in tho large lagoon m
land, wlncn could easily lie reached by
a canai, and if this were done, Smith
Eiver could be periodically turned
through tho harbors which would ren
der dredging almost usoloss.
The citizens of Jacksonville had fi
mass railroad meeting two months ago
and determined to construct tho road,
and Crescont City will have ono in
April to co-operate, hile a party from
San Francisco is ready to construct tho
road. There is no question that in a
very short time there will bo a large
and thrifty population in that section,
and by virtue of its varied and import
ant facilities and resources, is fairly en
titled to selection as a harbor of ref
nga. Crescent City "Courier."
pxxrrv Moimu.
Should Lave pretty teeth in them, bufe
itia cot unusual to see between rosy
Kps, teeth discolored and decaying
through neglect This disfiguring de
fect shoul 1 be repaired without delay,
by using fragrant SOZODONT, which
removes evory parliele of tartar from
the teeth and renders them snowy
white. This admirable nid to beauty
is perfectly harmless and exhales a
moer delightful aroma, and is in evory
r,t ict preferable to the 01 (Unary tootb
paj-', mm powaorg. itt its "' sen
to 'onivilL
.& of th first biU introduced in
the senate at the opening of the oztra
session was to remove tbe political
disabilities of Jeff Dvis, bo oa to pre
pare for his admission as senator to
succeed Bruce, two yecrs banco. Thi3
was concealed muter the bill to restore
to citizenship all persons now under
political disabilities. Thera were only
about thirty in the list, of whom Da
vis is one. The bill vas ieferred to
the committeo on judiciary, of which
Thurrcan is chairman, and it is report
ed that the Jeff Davis debate will bo
resumed and Tburman's presidential
prospects imporiled.
Nbw York, March 28. Tho "Sun"
sayn: The cost of Congressman Wliito
aker's hurried trip from Oregon to at
tend the opening of Congress, includ
ing a special paiaco car from San Fran
cisco to Ogden 13 estimated from
$1,500 to $ 1,500. Who is to pay thei
expenses of this extraordinary trip haJ
not been stated, but it is not i'A
Whiteaker.
There is no wretchedness
liko
reproach.
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