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The Senator ship.
European War News-
F RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF
P aris , Aug. 1st.—Press deny rumor of
Jackson county, Oregon, for the year ending
About as refreshing a proposition as could
It is claimed that th® Negro question is fighting on the Rhine. N. Y. Herald,'s spe
July Sth, 1870.
possibly emanute from the Radical camp at settled. Perhaps it is, just so far as its set cial says: Immense preparations are being
SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 6. 1870.
AMOUNT OF COUNTY WARRANTS ISSUED.
present, is the proposal that sundry Demo tlement ever can be effected while that race mad- in Prussia for war. The fine parks in On acc’t of Courts and Criminals
Cologne, and the Banker Oppenheoin’s cha
Shall We Hold a Fair?
nore political issues and vote tor the re elec It is now settltd only io comparison with the
sive purposes, A large force is camped on the
The horn of plenty has been emptied in
heights of Sanct, to protect coal mines and
glad profusion over Jackson county the pres States Senate. When we remember how singu swinging on the hinges of time. An impor railroads. Prussia is to increase her force to
Stationery, blank books and
ent season ; the barns and granaries of the larly magnanimous, selfsacrificing and exclu tant metamorphosis is being worked out in 1 250,000 and advance into France. N. Y. << advertising ,«•«•••••••••••••• ••••••«••••••
Tribune s correspondent savs French soldiers
farmers are being crowded with the garnered
have nothing to eat, and are raiding the
I ublic Buildings........................
opulence of the grain field and the meadow ; mies have been in the hour of political victory, enabled to open their eves to the transcendant Prussian outskirts to dig potatoes. French
“ “ Collection of Chinese taxes 1,029 60
“ “ Assessment and oolleotion of
shooting is said to be poor, while on the other
products of later maturity already give prom the extreme absence of all warmth in the vitality of colliitteral issues.
and express charges on
ise of satisfactory abundance—why, then, above programme is at once manifest. The The incentives which are apt to actuate in hand, Prussians are steady and good marks
.............................................. ~ 1,280 53
men. An attack by the French was vigor
“ “ Discount on Legal Tender
may we not have, what we have long been recent battle in Southern Oregou was fought telligenf voters in the future, if we read the ously repulsed at Saarbrücken. The feeling
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strangers to, a County Fair of our own ? with the understanding and purpose of beat signs of the times aright, are liable to be less in Denmark is decidedly in favor of France.
“ “ Refunded on over assessm't
“ “ Fuel and lights........................
Many years ago we had a local exhibition of ing Senator Williams—not because he sud under the ban of fanaticism, and more deeply Mayence is in a state of seige. The country
“ “ Expenses of Election...........
agricultural and mechanical products, and denly and at the eleventh hour became de interwoven with reason, justice and self pre between Coblentz and Mayence is cur up in
trenches. Austria and Italy have agreed on
considering the limited development of the voted to the interests of Southern Oregon, servation than the last troublesome twenty or neutrality.
county at that time, our people made a very but because he had outraged the sentiment of
N ew Y ork , Aug. 2d.—Private dispatches Amount of County warrants outstand-
report a naval engagement at the mouth of
respectable showing. We want to see the the entire State previously by his champion
ing unredeemed................................... $1,340 00
experiment tried again ; let us find out what ship of military subjugation and political philanthropy and a wild imagination, bow the Eibe. Austria is mobilizing 50,000 men Amount due the County from the State
to watch Bohemia.
progress, if any, we are making. Great at amalgamation within the United States. All ever edifying to bewildered and excited pass
'on acc’t of State patients..................
B russels , Aug. 2d.—Metz correspondence
tention, since that time, has been given to the finely wrought considerations now being
asserts that the first great battle will be
COUNTY FUND DR.
the improvement of stock ; other kinds of set forth in the newspapers ®f the Willamette blance of beauty when once reduced to prac fought on Saturday or Sunday, or Monday kt
manufacturing have been inaugurated, our valley were urged on our attention, and the tice. It is sometimes hard to induce persons farthest, and underscores the following sen To bal. in Treas’y July 9th, 1869......... $ 3,369 76
“ Taxes collected for 1869..................... 15,801 13
resources are more extensively developed, and party rolled up its acQustoiued large majority to look at the practical rather than the fanci tence— this is sure.
Rec'd en delinquent taxes for 1868
L ondon , Aug. 2d.—War news this morn
it is reasonable to presume, an increased in against Williams, his Railroad championship ful side of affairs ; but that old schoolmaster, ing meagre ai d unimportant. The impres “ Received on delinquent tax and in-
terest (assessed by Sheriff in 1867)»
terest in the competition for premiums would notwithstanding. But it wants to be clearly necessity, is taking advantage of increasing sion prevails that the presence of the French
and paid by Owen............................... 1,035 00
be shown. The fame of Southern Oregon understood that we have not abandoned all extremities in financial and industrial circles fleet in the Baltic alone prevents Prussia from
Received on account of licenses.......
advancing through France to Paris. Advices
“ Chinese licenses... 5,148 00
could thus be sent abroad, and our advantages our claims to the benefit of a road, merely be to bring “home to men’s bosoms and busi received by telegraph from Prussian head
- “ China, Kanaka A
as a locality for future settlement—now that cause we could not gulp down Williams with nesses” a respect for the reality, an 1 a cor quarters on the Rhine, say that no general
Negro Poll Tax in 1870.................... 1,915 00
Forfeitures on bail bonds
all other portions of the Pacific coast are his obnoxious political antecedents. Our de responding repugnance for the visionary. engagement had taken place up to 3 p. in.
being rapidly filled up—made conspicuously pendence has not been on his influence, but in The “contending and enduring forces,” now yesterday. Scouting and skirmishers from
“ Trial Fees.................................
both armies were continually raiding into
manifest to the world. Other counties hold
«he enemy’s country. The presence of the
their fairs annually. We should at least find which alone give us a right to and the promise bor. The parallel lines on which capital is army on the Franco Rhenish frontier lias
operating with a success that is constantly given rise to apprehensions of famine. To
COUNTY FUND CR.
enterprise enough in this community to hold of a road.
growing more ruinous to American labor, are avoid impoverishing the theatre of war, the By County Warrants returned cancel’ed..$18,230 31
one once in ten years.
Our legislators from this end of the State
Emperor draws supplies from a distance by “ Treasurer’s receipts for State tax.... 7,590 78
We address our inquiry and make this ap will be apt to see to it, however, that no Dem the turifl and the importation of cheap labor railway.
“ bal. in Troasury July 7th, 1870....... 2,187 30
peal to the cultivators of the soil—those who ocrat is elected inimical to the welfare of this
P aris , Aug. 2d.—An official dispatch say*
are interested in the immediate and future section. Th® “big Willamette” is not the fectually takes the aerial element out of the an engagement took place at 11 o’clock.
SCHOOL FUND DR.
welfare of the county. There is yet ample whole of Oregon, and the Senatorial or Con sails of the other. That deluding song about French took the offensive and crossed Prus
sian lines, and drove the German batteries To bal. in Treasury July 9th. 1869..... $1.411 40
time for the completion of the necessary pre gressional aspirant who would limit his exer “protecting home industry” wont go down on
the outskirts of Saarbrücken, speedily “ Percentage of taxes of 1869..............
parations for holding a first class County tions to the building up of that district of any longer in connection with the importation capturing the town. The Emperor and Received on delinquent tax and interest 2,136 11
(assessed by Sheriff in 1867) and
Fair. And would it not prove the highest country to the detriment of other equally val of laborers to take the places of the limited Prince both took part in the engagement.
Freneh loss very slight ; no further particu
gratification of pride to the husbandman to uable portions of the State, is not suited to
Let legalized robbery be called by its right lars. Rumors about Austrian and Italian “ on account of Estrays......................
bring forth samples of his cereal and other represent us in the halls of Congress.
name, and then there is no danger of peop e neutrality premature. An alliance between “ on interest on school notes..............
products ? Would not the raiser of fine stock
rejoice at such an opportunity for parading
P atent G ate .—We rushed off through the being led astray in the premises. When sta will enter Rome on plea of protection as soon
his finest blooded animals to public view ? broiling sun, away down to Jim Cardwell’s ted in its most favorab'e light, a protective ns Napoleon’s troops are withdrawn from
that city. King William is at Mayence;
SCHOOL FUND CR.
Wouldn’t the dairyman, or dairy woman, take field, to obtain this item and we want every
Emperor at Metz.
amount pnid School Districts............ $2,785 9«
delight in showing us what the best butter body to read it, especially those interested.
L ondon . Am». 3d—noon—Details of the By
“ of discount on Legal Ten. notes
and cheese ever made looks like? Would The first new self-opening gate, made on the
Saarbrücken affair received. The fight be “ bal. in Treasury July 9th, 18,0....... 1,396
not feminine ambition in various kinds of principle of the patent long on exhibition at staled, (having a reverential regard for the gan ar 11 o’clock and ended at one p. m.
handicraft— both ornamental and useful— the Post Office, has just been put in operation truth) it means robbing the lab or of the entire The French crossed the Prussian frontier in
find a most fitting opportunity for manifest by J. M. Sutton, with important improve country, Including that said to be protected strong position by French artillery fire, the
ing itself? At the risk of being presump ments of his devising, at the place aforeaiud. by the tariff laws, to swell the ceffers of the latter remaining masters of the position, T CERTIFY THAT THE FOREGOING
tive we answer, affirmatively, “yes” to each Il’s the very thing to save getting off of a rich and pampered manufacturers. It has which they won without serious loss. The L is a true statement of the condition of the pub
lic funds of Jackson county, Oregon, July 9th,
of the above interrogativ.es. Let us hear load and frittering away a person’s time, been with the manufacturer and laborer about Emperor and Prince Imperial witnessed »be lb/0, as taken from the books, and per vouchers
as it was with th® White man and Indian, conflict and returned to Metz to dinner. The from the County Treasurer, now on file in this of-
opening and bunging to a gate.
what the farmers have to say.
SILAS J. DAY, County Clerk.
who had been on a hunting expedition and. Prince accompanied the Emperor every where, fice*
Idaho City was recently a witness to a gen between them, bagged a turkey and a buz
I ndian T roubles .—Much has been said
baptism of fire. 11 is presence of mind, and
eral jail delivery, in which the prisoners sue zard : “You may have the buzzard and I’ll sang froid ir danger, were worthy the name
daring the past week about prospective
ceeded io overpowering and dangerously take the turkey, or I'll take the turkey and he bears. It is generally admitted by the
trouble with the Modoc Indians, but, from
wounding the guard, Peter Bush ; but the you may have the buzzard,” said the pale in French that their hesitancy has sacrificed
all the information we can gather, there is
To Buy Goods
alarm being given, citizens of the town came dividual to the one of rubicund complexion. their advantage. An early start might have
not much cause, as yet, for alarm, borne
overwhelmed Germany, but now France must
to the rescue, and, after a terrible fight, se “Yes, but you don’t sty turkey to me once,” act on the defensive.
cattle were killed out at Lost river, and the
cured all the fugitives but owe. Two pris replied the Indian ; ana so it is with the la
P aris , Aug. 4th. — Dispatcher from the
Modocs, says Mr. Laws, who is just in from
oners, Porter and Bradley, were wounded— borer ; he is made a tender of the buzzard Emperor on the field confirms report of the
there, acknowledge having skinned them,
capture <»f Saarbrücken. The new French
the latter mortally.
everytime, when it comes to dividing the ben gun was operated with deadly effect. Corre
but deny the killing. The railroad surveyors
report aa attempt to stampede their horses,
C ollege C atalogues .—We have received efits derived from the tariff. Let the duties spondence of the London News says the war
which would likely have proved successful catalogues for 1870 from the Wallamet (they on imported articles be ever so high, he is enthusiasm is dying out in Paris.
L ondon , Aug. 4th.—England is «hipping
had it not so happened that Schoutian, one of have come down to the Oregonian's orthog put off with a pittance bearly sufficient for a 15.000 horses daily to the continent. They
the Modoc chiefs, was in camp with tho sur raphy at last) University and Corvallis Col livelihood, and the hundreds of millions of are immediately sent to the German fron
veyors at the time, and yelled to his savage lege. Both institutions are in good, flour dollars annually fleeced from other laborer* tier. Considerable indignation is manifested
brethren to desist. These performances will ishing condition, and an honor to the State— in the United States, are devoted to the build at Gladstone’s peace policy. N. Y. Herald's
special savs hard fighting to day at Weissen
probably be put a stop to as soon as General the former having 258 and the latter 165 ing up and fostering of a m meyed aristocracy. burg. A large force of Prussians advanced
A portion of the fund* exacted of the consu ten miles into the French territory and de
Crooks, now reported on his way to Fort students in attendance.
mer, it is true, is devoted to the payment of stroyed miles of railroad. The French were
Klamath, arrives. He knows how to “make
R esigned .—J. M. Sutton has resigned his the current expenses of the Government; driven off ' he field. Prussians are now oc
good Indians” out of such marauders as
position as Postmaster and sent on the name but what a small sum, compared to the ag cupving the French camp. French General
Capt. Jack and bis band, and such devils
of Max Muller as his successor. Mr. Sutton gregate burden imposed upon the people, Genfesol was killed, and five hundred wound
should either be kept on the reservation, or
cd prisoners fell into Prussian hands. The
has proven a clever, good-natured and accom does that amount to ! Four dollars ar® paid loss of Prussians is considerable. Crown
modating official, and we take this opportuni by tho consumers where one goes into the Prince led the Prussians ih person.
C heer U p .—While numerous combinations ty of acknowledging numerous courtesies at treasury of the nation.
are at work in the Northern part of the State his and his subordinate’s hands. His inten
The great West is becoming a unit in op
Boots & Shoes,
Notice of Final Settlements
to de rive us of railroad facilities, the Cali ded successor is well qualified for the position. position to thia long existing species of plun
fornia end of the line is rapidly working its
S mall P aragraphs .—“Little drops of wa der, and the recollection of past animosities
N THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
way in this direction. The followicg dispatch
of Oregon for Jackson county. (Sitting in
ter,” “littleacorns,” “litttle grains of sand,” will rot, w® trust, prevent the mutual co
from Marysville to the Portland papers, dated
Sept. Term, 1870.)
“small potatoes” and many other things of operation of all interested in a reductiou, if
July 30tb, speaks encouragingly :
In the matter of the Estate of George P.
an infinitesimal tendency have had their not on abrogation, of the entire system. The
“It is expected that the C. & 0. railroad
Democratic party is, manifestly, the only one
Silas J. Day, Administrator of said Estate,
will be completed to Tehama. 28 miles from
filed in said Court his final account, and
Chico, in six week*, and that it will be fin
for an erder for fixing the time for
b:tion of Chinese importation. Then why—
isbed to Red Bluff before the rainy season weather as we are now having.
hearing ; therefore notico is hereby given that
as Senator Casserly pertinently asked in his said final account will be heard and determined in
S orry .—Ao invitation to be present at the recent speech in New York—cannot the la said Court on Thursday, the 8th day of Septem
A F ailure .—The Hon. W. W. Chapman opening of Bancroft’s new book store was re
ber, 1870, ftt which time all persons having objec
boring men and the Democracy work together? tions to Bftid final account and settlement, must
OF THE BEST QUALITY,
failed to put in an appearance last Saturday, ceived last Saturday, the day on which said
They have common object® to labor for ; a then and there make the sfime. By order of the
per announcement, and persons coming from opening was to come off. We are sorry to common country to redeem from degrading Court.
the country to be enlightened upon railroad disappoint the proprietors ; but circumstan
fanatical rule, and an equal interest in having, July 12th, 1870.
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY.
matters, took back with them the same bliss ces wouldn’t permit of us honoring the occa
in the future, guarantees of a satisfactory re
ful ignorance upon this absorbing subject sion with our presence.
FISHER ¿f BRO.’S,
muneration for well performed labor, with
that the complications at the other end of the
the possibility of those addicted to economy,
(Corner California and Oregon Streets,)
"State are so well calculated to beget. Ap S hultz alias Bar Iman seems to be giving perseverance and good management to rise
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LET-
ters of Administration on the Estate of B.
pointments so publicly made ought to be ful he Portlanders considerable trouble through out of the ashes of poverty and have an equal
Levy, deceased, late of Jackson county, Oregon, May 1st, 1869.
filled, if possible.
chance with th® less deserving but hereditary have been granted to the undersigned. All per
caged. A reward of $1,000 is offered for sons of mammon.
sons having claims against said estate, are request
A pologetic .—On account of the absence his arrest.
We do not n«k people to make up their ed to present them with the proper vouchers, to
minds hastily on these subjects ; but to take the undersignad, at his place of business in Jack
of the proof reader last week, a great many
A uction .—The sale, by auction, of the re time to reflect, and let good common sense sonville, within six months from this date, and all
typographical, orthographical and grammat
LL ACCOUNT8 AND NOTES DUB M,
their judgments. This is no field for olaim® not presented within ten months will be
ieal errors crept into the paper. We will maining dry-goods, etc., belonging to Morris guide
forever barred ; and all persons indebted to the
Baum, must be paid on or before Aug. 10th,
the addle brained theorist or unprincipled said estate are requested to make immediate pay
those not paid at that time will be placed
try and guard against a recurrence of such
demagogue. They are the issues of the fu ment to the undersigned.
the hands of a lawyer for oolleotion.
accidents on such an extensive scale here to sell ebeap, as they are up and bound to ture, and the people must either settle then
G. KAREWSKI, Administrator.
M. BA UM.
Jacksonville, July 30th, 1876.
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FISHER & BRO.’S
FANCY, STAPLE &DRY GOOES,