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JlCKOSraiB. ACKSOS COUNTY, OREGON
KRAUSE &. TURNER.
One copy. Per Tear, In advance S3 50
VOL. XXIV--NO. 18.
J. W. ROBINSON, M. D.
-pHYSICIAN AHD SURGEON,
Office nil California St., opposite P. J.Kyan's.
.Residence at B. F. Dowell's.
L. DANFOUTHM. D.,
W' . -. ... rJjk
VTIH "ini-Mi-c in all the Courts f the Pint, rmmj t
attttitiin irlTn tn nil ln-Iin left In nty can.
.CJ-Offlre in "Hill's brick building.
B F. HOWKIJ,
TTORNE Y-A T-L A W,
AMlmnIneM jlroc1 In mr hand H1 ri-oolvaprnn.pt
attention -KJ-Special attention given to Cullco
tloni. WILL. JACKSON,
r-piEETH EX1UCTKD AT ALL
I hours. Lanchinc Kas ail-
ninlstered, if de.irwl.for which extra
i chare will be made.
OIUco anil resllence on corner of'Californta and
BERTH OLD ROSTEL,
Asst: SURGEON ol the German Army
IN ORTH'S BUILDING,
Jacksonville,, ------ Oregon-
B-The Treatment of Chronic Cases Made
Jl O. ninBS. I,. B. FTKAKNf
GIBBS & STEARNS,
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
. ;Rioms 2 and 4 Strowbridge's Ruildins,
vf 111 practice in all Otnrts of Record in the State of
Oregon anil Wnhslilngtm Territory; andpaypir
ticnlir attention to business in Federal Courts.
Oregon St., Jacksonville.
vrjinE BEST0F LAGER BEER ALWAYS KEPT
JL on hand and ready for sale by the keg or glass
. e, .
M. Hyder, Propr.
-THIRST CUSS ACCOMMODATION CAA
1 J. always be had at this house at the rno.-t
SAn excellent Btable connected with
0 TO KAHLER BROS AND BOY YOUR-
WILLIAM BYBEE, - Proprietor.
rlllS WELL-KNOWN MARKET, OIPO
tlte Kahler & Bro.'s drugstore la bet
ter prepared than ever to furnish the pub
lic with the choicest quality of
FHESH.BEEF, ' - ,
Will Ik- conbtiutly s applied with the best the
imukt't kIImiiK Minle cm Le ub.uiuiO ut
nil li urn.
The lhil arc ni-w iihil k'-ptcl-'n ami im
ain wi'l bj p.irid lo cue the utmost satii-la.-iin.i
in vi ry part onl.ir.
0. W. SU'VOv
JOS. E. HYZEtt,
inn, ma, i.iiHii iiii;
"IS FOLLY TREPaHED TO DO ANY
X Work in th's line on (hort 1101 ce and
ask lor a chare of the public patronage.
OrdeiB from th country promptly attend?
Cor., of Second and Califounia St.
ALL KINDS OF MARKETABLE
produce taken in ixchan;e lor work.
P. POX EG AN.
II l s
BM IT MOLD SIM
T AM NOW PRHPARn!) TO DO ALL
L wnrk in my lin- c'ie.ipcr than ver, anrl
in fact will do it cheaper ttiun any olliet
ehop in .Southern Ori-gon.
Give me a call and I will convince you.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
THE CITY BREWERY.
YEIT SCHUTZ, - - ProDrietor.
IVOOI.D MOST RESPECTFULLY IN. - .
form the citizens of JacVsouvlle and .533
the world at large, that they can find, at "'K
any time, at my Brawery, the best lager -tJ""
beer, in any qnantity tbe purchaser miy desire
My honie is convenlentlysHuafed and mv rooms are
always la order. A visit will please jou.
PRE S CnXPTIORTS
carefully prepared at KAULLK BituS.
t'VBH'S ESCRIPTION OF .CUT-
jGb3 W. CSafl-afja, -VirNJ j' I Jtir
JACKSONVILLE. OREGON: MAY
In Masonic .Building, Oregon St.,
fjMlK UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE-
X sires to announce to toe public
ihev.nrc nosffrirepnred.to fiHl
iniuBns'..in.iji,i.i ' !'V"Xi
romliiM' tilile is tunt)li.l with K-if'itii n'-ri
wlicals and le.vling papers of the CoaFt.
G:ve me a call
S. P. HA?3A,
TN CROVEMILLEr.S DUILD1NG 13 IN
L rrceipt of a lull a nrtment of inatcrinl
nd prepared to do all work in his line on
-hnrl notice and in a wnrkm mlike manner.
Vehicles of every description made to or
Terms rearonablc and satisfaction guaran
teed. SJRepairing a pprciality.
S. P HANNA.
Jacksonville. February. 20, IR7I.
HS RESUMED BUSINESS AT
the simitl of :he late J. L. Bailor
.iikI is prepared toixecule all work in his
line with promptness and dispatch and nt
very reasonable rates- All kinds of vehi
cles ponstrncted. Repairing a specialty.
Good work and low prices guaranteed.
Give men call. ,T. MEYER.
Watchjiakeii and Jeweler,
Ca li I orn labtreet
MAKES A SPECIALTY OF CLEA V
ing and repairing watclies and clocks.
Ui.urces reaviiiiuble, Gtveliiuiu cull.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.,
No. 11, Kkarnky Street
TREAT' ALL CIIRONIP. AND PRIVATE Dis
eases without the aid of merenry.
OIHcehonrs 9 a m. to 12 ; 3 to 5 and 6 to 9 p. k.,
FimdiT" excepted. Conmiltations ftee. Call or ad
IrensDr. A P SPINNEY A CO., No. 11. Kearney
treet San Francisco.
MONDAYS AND THURSDAY"
Tuesdays and Fridays.
First-class accommodations for passen
gers. Express business promptly attended to
by R. M. GARRETT.
N ELEOANT ASSORTMENT OF POCKET AND
ra.E. n. heames.
ODR STOCK CONSISTS OF
AND DHGONXLS. SILKS. AND
S VTINS, BOOTS A allOES,
LADIES' CAL.,'"MAI)E CLOAKS
"TXTE CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
Vi ladie to the fuel that m have now
on hand tho 1nrgt and best Riilrcti-il nirt
mentr LADIES' DRESS GOODS and FN
CY (300DS or every derctiption tu Sop th
orn Oreeon, and we will lirnc furlh make
this line of goods our spxi.lity aud sell
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
To the gentlemen we will say. if you want
A No. 1 SUIT OF CLOTHES ynu must "go
to Reames Bros, to buv them a wo cluim lo
have the bet STOCK OF CLOTHING in
Jackson county and wiir-alluwnone to un
dersell us. y -
These goods were all purchased by a mem
ber of our firm from FJRST CLASS Houses
ir San Francisco and New York. and we will
warrant every article and sell them as cheap
for cash a any house in the county.
We also keep on hand a lull stock of
Hardware, Cutlery, Glassware,
A FULL LIFE OF ASHLAND GOODS
FA'tJI AND FOniGHT WAGONS
Plows. Gang Plows & Sulky Plows
In fact everything' from the finest nerilb
to n tlireshing-muchine. Give n a call
nd judge for yourselves as to our capacity
of furnishim; eriorN as above.
The nay to mnke money is In save it.
To savp it buy cheap. To buy cheap pnj
CASH for your goods and hnv of
NEW LEVERY STABLE
BACK OF COURT HOUSE.
TTATINO LATELY FITTED UP Till: COM
1 1 modious barn on the School Hoc Flat and
in the rear of the Gonrt Hon. Wear now fnlly
prepared to attend to allbntine lnonrllne with
promptness anddlspatch and at them si reasonable
The stable is fnrnhhed with the best animals and
niott snbatantia bugj;ies; also a first cUes hack and
Horses boarded, and the heat care bestowed on
Satisfictlen jrnaranteed in ererr instance.
Giro nsacall and judge for yourselves.
J. W. MANNING,
JacksonTlUe, April 10th, 187a
-?- - Oregon,
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MADE TO ORDE
OK THE 1.MII IX W.Ut,
During the month of August, 1853,
the different tribes of Indians inhabit
ing the Ilogue river valley, in Southern
Oregon, suddenly assuftied a hostile at
titude. They murdered many settlers
and miners, and burned nearly all of
the buildings for over a hundred miles
along the main traveled route, extend
ing from Cow Creek, on the north, in
a southerly direction to the Siskiyou
ue n.s n coniiiiaiiu ot the troops, they
called out to "Joe Lane" and asked
him to come into their camp to nr
range some terms for a cessation of
hostilities. The General, with more
courage than discretion, in his w ound
ed condition ordered a cessation of hos
tilities and fearlessly walked into the
hostile camp, where he saw many
wounded Indians, together with sever
al who were dead anil being burned to
keep them from falling into the hands
of the enemy, which clearly demonstra
ted that the Indians had gotten the
worst of the fight. After a long con
ference it was finally agreed that there
should be a cessation of hostilities and
that both parties should return to the
neighborhood of Table Hock, on the
north side of tho Rogue ri er valley,
and that an armistice should exist un
til Gen. Joel Palmer, then Superin
tendent of Indian affairs for Oregon,
could be sent for, and that a treaty
should be negotiated with the United
States authoritit s, in which all griev
ances should be adjusted between the
partiesliQth Whites and Indians
marched back sTowr-evcr-he same
trail, encumbered with their wounded,
each party keeping a vigilant watch of
the other. General Lane encamped on
Rogue river, while tho Indians select
ed a strong and almost inaccessible po-
sition, high up and just undenthe per-
(LnHil?LBla"j.tYrfi, lin Tiitf a. "'ior'iff
bezzlement, forgery and rape. He was
recognized at the ferry on the Klam
ath Saturday by a man who had seen
him at Corvallis, and n ho brought word
to tho Sheriffs office. Deputy Laird
immediately started out in pursuit and
on arriving at Boise's found him sitting
in the blacksmith shop. The man did
not suspect that Laird was an officer
until he looked down the barrel of
Laird's pistol and then it was too late to
offer any resistance. He was well arm
ed w ith a pistol and knife, and had he
suspected who Laird was before that
gentleman got the "drop on him" there
would doubtless have been trouble.
He was brought to Yreka and lodged
in jail to await orders from Oregon.
Piano or Organ for Sale. Par
ties desiring to purchase either a piano
or organ will do well to call at this of
fice before buying elsewhere. The in
struments are warranted first-class in
even" particular and the terms very
The National Gold Medal was
awarded to Bradley A Itulofhon for the
best photographs in the Unitod States,
and the Vienna Medal for the best in
tho world. 429 Montgomery Stre
of Salem and marched to Albany
where it waited a couple of days for
the arrival of Second Lieutenant Au
gust K. Kautz, in charge of the wagons
with rilles and cartridges, together with
a twelve pound howitzer and a good
supply of fixed ammunition. Kautz
was then fresh from West Point and
tins was Ins first campaign. He subse-
quently achieved the rank of Major
General and rendered good service dur-
ring the "late unpleasantness" with the
ow Colonel ot the otu
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he should be accompanied by tenothcrT - " -p--; '
men of his own selection, unarmed. I Yw "' r" a SS "r f"
Against those terms I protest,,, and SA SLS 'S
tolil the jreneral that I had traversed
that country five years before and
fought those samelndiansjthatthey were
notoriously treacherous, and in earlv
times had earned tho designation, of
"Rogues" by never permitting a white
man to escape with his scalp when once
w ithin their power; that I knew them
better than he did, and that it was
criminal folly for eleven unarmed
white men to place themselves voluu.
tarily within the power of seven hun
dred well-armed hostile Indians, in
their own secure encampment, I re
minded him that I was it soldier in
command of a company of caalry and
was ready to obey his order to lead my
men into action or to discharge any
soldierly duty, no party of which was
to go into the enemy ,s camp as an un
armed interpreter. The General lis
tened to my protest and replied that
he had fixed upon tho terms of meet
ing the Indians and should keep his
word, and if I was afraid to no, I could
remain behind. When lie put it upon
that ground I responded that I thought
I was as little acquainted with fear as
he was, and that I would accompany
him to what I believed would be our
Early on the morning of the 10th of
iember, IbjJ, we mounted our hor
ses alien"10 out' i" me uirection ot tno
Indian encanJpjient. Our party con
sisted of the folIowTjtiWfaln
General Joseph Lane, Joel Palmer,
Superintendant of Indian Affairs: Sam
uel P. Culver, Indian Asent: Cant. A.
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lateu by an Indian interpeter in
Chinook or jargon to me, when I trans
lateu it into LngUsh, when lane, or
Palmer spoke, the process was reversed,
I giving the speech to the Indian inter
preter in Chinook, and ,10 translating
it to the Indians in their own tongue.
This doublo translation of long speehes
made the labor tedious, and it was not
until late in the afternoon that the
tnaty was completed and signed. In
' the meantime an episode occured which
came near terminating tho treaty as
well a? tho representation of one of
the "high contracting parties" in a sud
den and tragic maim--. llrg jtho
oiness nni,t.g-trrrtiipanions. qwr-
inuuiii UIU1V .uillliica.-llli Ills alERf.
i while his eyes Hashed fire. IIo asked
I brief questions and gave jue senten-
sious answers to what little the Indians
! said to us. Cant. A. J. Smith who
mstl,,ll ...rvi.lll. An... ....nrar ..... I.. 1 . .
was promaturely gray-headed and was,
afflicted with a nervous snapping of tlio
eyes, leaned ujwii his cavalry sabre and,
looketl anxiously down ujion his well
formed line of dragoons in tho valley
below. His eyes snapped more vigors
ously than usual ami muttered words
escaped from under tho old Dragoon's
white mustache that did not sound liko
prayers. His squadron looked benutl,
ful but, alnsl they could render us nq
service. I sat down on a log close to
old chief Joe. anil having a sharp scalp,
ing knlfo under my hunting shirt kept
one hand near its handle, determined
that there would be one Indian mado
"good" about the time tho firing com,
menced. In a few moments Gen. Lano
stood up and commenced to speak slow
ly but very distinctly. He said Owens,
who has violated the armistico and
killed Jim Taylor, is a bad man. Ho
is not one of my soldiers. When I
catch him ho shall be punished. I
promised in good faith to come into
vour camp, with ten other men unarm
ed men to secure peapo, Myself anij
men are placed in your power; I do not
believe that you are such cowardly dogs
as to take advantago of our unguarded
condition. I know that you havo tho
iwer to murcicr us ana can no so as
quicklyY" Jou please tint what good
will ourM22aW vnu? Our murder
suurps aim drive
away the California street gamblers!
We might still have some Cassebohms,
but they would bo lass numerous and
they would not drag so many with them
as thev fell.
M. Lorson, bettor known as Pere
Hyacinthe, has just brought out at
Paris a brochure setting forth the doc
trines of the new Catholic persuasion.
This little work is divided into fivo
part, comprising Rejection of Papal
Infallibility, Election of Bishops by
the Clorgy and thoir Congregations,
Celebration of tho Liturgical Officers
and Reading of the Bible in tho Nation,
al Tongue, Marriage allowed to Priests,
and Liberty and Morality of Confession.
A Maine railroad man has invented
a convertible car-seat designed to fur
nish sleeping accomodations for ordi
nary passenger cars. The device is
simple. The seats aro easily arranged
so as to form a level couch to accom
modate two persons. It is thought
that sleeping accomodations of this
kind can be furnished at 50 cents a
night and yield a profit to the railway
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company. Uertiiingcan be furnished
rT not Just M the C0"iPany sees fit
Maud Miller, daughter of Joar
Miller, was a dancer at Baldwin's;
en a oia jt'ea. i
t-aiery cr us anj JIILLERS.
. uft. vuiici j mr Bate ut uiiA JllljIjEK
aqtl repairing propen