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The long and tedious contest at law
Salem are the small towns of Kola, I n to wool growing, which hasaddedmuch
dependence, Buena Arista; then Albany, to the wealth o f the farmer and the between Messrs. Boon and McClane in
* many o f the streams ulong the coast
which is a flourishing little city, and Stale. B eef and mutton are always in which the title to very valuable proer-
precipitate themselves into the Pacific
the prettiest one in the State, every great demand in the minifig portions o f
ty in North Salem was involved, has
without forming any hay, or harbor for
thing considered; then the cities ot the Sts»te.
Salt springs are numerous, and o f the been concluded in the U. S. Supreme
Corvallis and Eugene, with many little
TUESDAY MORNING, FEB, 2a, 1S|
Court in favor o f Mr. McClane.
towns scattered uloug. T he principal best quality.
The western coast o f Oregon presents
In the AVillamette and Umpqua val
towns o f the Utnpqua arc Rosoburg.
a rather rough and uuinvitiug aspect,
Justice takes ,thc man by the throat
Scottsburg, Oakland, and Canyonvilie ; lies are very strong indications o f petro
Oakland and Roseburg are beautiful h v m ; and there is no doubt, if the and says pay that thou oirest! Now in
Its Resources and AdvalJbges in the main; yet there are many fine
places. Jacksonville, Ashland, Kerby- c-ouutjy should be thoroughly examined order to facilitate the business o f sett
Its inducements fer Immigrants. | settlements along i t ; and there are in
viile are the principal towus o f the ny men who understand this subject, ling, I will take bacon, lard, in 5 or 10!b
situations where happy
The r.vailability o f its Advn* j numerable
Rouge river valley. Along the coa-t its petroleum mines would be found packages at Portland prices less trans
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homos might bo made, if men would go
Jages for poor, etc . etc.
are the cities o f Port Or ford, on Ticli- equal to those o f the east. The strong portation, Butter Eggs, Potatoes, etc.,
nur’s Bay, Rondolph at the mouth of est indications o f petroleum are Ire. etc., as may be agreed on. Under this
D allas , P olk C ounty , O regon , I upon them with sufficient nerve to at- |a„d aod fine grass; as yet, not much
taek and subdue the huge forests that explored, and but im< crfectly kn -wu. the Coqu lie, Etnp.re city, on Couse queutly met with in newly dug wells, favorable offer all can and all must set
February 15th, I860.
w here they penetrate into thc bed rock. tle up.
cover them. There, such a thing as ‘ , A «™ “ '>■«
Mountains -till to Buy, Scotsburg at the mouth o f thc
In addition to my former stock o f
Mu. E ditor :— Agreeable to your
Some idea o f the cheapness and pro
the north, and along the Columbia, are U uqqua, and Aquina on Aquina Bay.
sickness is almost unknown; the climate. tlM;val|ies o f 1><>9 <jhute8f John D a y s East o f the Cascade mountains is the ductiveuess o f lauds may be gathered goods I hike just received, and am now
request, I FuruyJi you, for the benefit
is mild the air and water pure, and the ! ,-jVer. ttie Umatilla, and [.art o f thb city o f the Dalles, situated at the Dalles from the fact, that in the best aud most opening a choice selection o f general
o f persons at distance, who desire in-
soil exceedingly Ticli and productive, \N alia \\ alia. 'Ibis part of the State o f theColuu bin, aud is thc commercial populous [»arts o f the country, from one merchandise which I expect to sell for
formation in reuard to this State, the i
j ready pay ; will therefore offer bargaius
while the water-power, aud facilities for ! baa nee» rapidly settling up for many emporium of thc north eastern part ot acre <»f land may be produced enough
following brief sketch o f some o f my j
i i years; vet there is plenty or vacant land the State, and the eastern p a itof Wash in one }e..r to pay for three acres ; and hitherto unknown in this latitude.
manofacttmuglumber arc unsurpassed; ^
ja „ U||(, ' ricu.tura| aud graa ington Territory. At the mouth o f the there is no lack of a market, for the Come one come all aud receive your
observations upon the country, durin
river Des Chutes about sxteen milts Pacific Ocean gives us the world for a share o f thc profits-
residence here since the au.utut, o f wUh '''° kr0,d h* ' m a*
! ¡» 8 oour.try, with riel, mines o f gold,
J. II. L E W IS .
i st real clung away to the best markets an enterprising population, and is link from the Dalles is the city o f Celil ». market.
lS4<i — a period o f more tlun twenty-
W hile other parts o f the Pacific
iu the world. The Indian Reservation, big rupid strides iu every kind o f im- Between these two cities there has been
further south have suffered se
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. i provcuieut.
I ' o y ft" ’Z ,h#
P“ « o f the coast
Fo||ow,og ,,p Smike river south
and is the only one in operation in the verely from the effects of earthquakes,
The boundaries o f the State arc as
west of the ^ iilamette A all«*y, is the ; ^j,e eastern boundary ot the State, we State. Then further up the Columbia nothing o f the kind has ever affected
follows : “ Beginning one marine league
great obstacle to the settlement, and 1 have the Grande Ilonde Valley, the is thc city o f Umatilla; and there are Oregon siuee itf settlement.
Oregon really needs nothing but-
at sea, due west ironi the point where -mprovcl„ ellt ,,f ,|iat par, 0f our ¿State.
valley, the !(u -ut river the inland cities o f La Grande in the
e. I Powder river \
DOTY & CO., EOLA, HAVE T H E IR
people. She ueeds a population f‘«»r her
jf i ; valley, ,h
the “ Malheur
the 42 » parallel o f north 1.1,tude inter
A ||t, |e o v t r , hundrea miles east of
river valley, and tl le
Powder river, and Conyon City on the thousands o f acres o f unoccupied lands.
.sects the sam e; theuce northerly, at
“ valley. This
the Pacific coast, and ...........
almost ¡ gn#- ugrk.u|tu, al and grazing country. head waters o f John Day’s river, wall Most o f the prairie lauds in the western
W A R E B O IS E
•the same distance from the liue of the
, parallel with it is the ( ascade R ing»1 rj(jh ¡tJ id j nos o f go d and silver, aud many other towus too numerous to men part o f the State are occupied; but
coast, lyif.gwest and opposite the State,
there is plenty o f the richest lands yet Completed and arc prepared to gtorc an indefi
o f mountains, extending through the but sparsely se tied, as yet.
including all islands within the juris
There are two lines o f railroads now vacant, where energetic it dustry may nite quantity of Wheat, 0;tt->, Barley, etc.,etc.,
OiCgou has almost every climate you
State, 1‘iom the Cascade falls o f the
constructed from the city ot Port. have ample opportunity to carve out thc and are paying the highest
diction of the United States, to a point
can mention from the mild temperate,
Columbia river to the California line ;
to the high trigid. The climate along .aud up the Willamette valley, one on finest homes. East o f thc Uascade
<lue west aud opposite the north ship
wbere they continue on under the name j t|lC C0J^t
u,j|,l and very healthy. On the east side o f the river through Mi»- mountains there is yet abundance of
channel o f the Columbia riv e r; thence
o f the Sierra Nevadas. A long this the coast, and in the Willamette, Uuip- waukie, Oregon City, Salem, Albany, prairie laud unappropriated, aud, wo for W I I C A T and O A T S .
Corvallis aud Eugene City ; the otht-r might say, almost unexplored. These I heir facilities tor receiving aud sacking graia
uu the west, leaving the city o f Purt lands may he taken by settlers under are uiifurpus.-ed anywhere iu thc State.
Steaiuhuali) land regularly alongside o f
laud at ihe head o f 4th str*et, it passes the homestead act o f Congress, fur thc
their Ware House at nil seasons of tho year.
out through Hillsboro, Forest Grov«, mere settling upon them ; tin y may be
McMiuuvillo, Aunty, Dallas, Independ taken by preemption, aud paid fur as you
CKO. A. COKS.
ranges o! mountains are connected to* 1 mountains in the afternoon
In the ence, Beun» A’ iata, Corvallis and Eu get able, at one d-dlar and twenty-five
north latitude crosses 9uid river; theuce
gether by the Calapoova mountains at
winds from the South 1 acifie
GEO. A . EDES & C O .,
east, on said parallel, to the middle o f , ,
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, , strike the coasUat the south western ex-
The lauds o f Oregon yield the finest been located as school, or State lands
t h c Stat0i
f'||owill„ , he wheat crops o f any other portion o f the they may be purchased at two dollars
the main channel t f Snake river; " K •««•»»• tl,e " 'llametre \ alley ; the j trcL , , y
1 mpqua mountains at thc head of the natural channel between the Cascade world; the grain teaching a size, and per aero. The best prairie lauds iu the
theuce Tip the middle- o f the main chan-
Umpqua Valley, and the Rogue River ami Coast ranges bring up the tbe plumpness not seen iu the graiu of auy State may ba purchased from their
nal o f said river to the mouth o f the
and Siskiou mountains in the southern ; clouds from the ocean, which gives u- other country, and the crops never fail. present owner* for from teu to twenty,
Owyhee river ; theuce due south, to
i what we call the “ rainy season,’ ' o f Oats, barley, aud in fact all small grains dollars per acre— such places as along D r u g * ,
the parallel o f latitude 42° n orth ; t
¡from tour to six months duration. grow to the best advantigo. It is the Hudson, Connecticut, aud Ohio
1 he \\ iilamette A alley lies between When these winds change their eourse unsurpassed for fruit, and gardeu vege rivers would be regarded as cheap ut
thc-w-e west along said parallel to the
the Cascade and Coast Ranges o f inoun and flow back toward the south we tables.
from fifty to, pet haps, five hundred
place of beginning.’ '
. P i l î 111*,
It i- kuown all over the Pacific slope dollars per acre. 1'eoplc! people ! ! is
tains, and extends from the Calapooya sometimes have freezing weather, in
The area of the State is over 100,-
mountains, northward, to the Columbia
' al 1 ies, for a *-hort time. AA bile as “ the land o f big red apples.” The all that Oregon needs! Flic has the
0 0 0 square m iles; aud its present popu
1 they continue to blow from the south, people have taken great pride in plant soil, the timber, the wa'er, the gold,
river, a distance of about one hundred whi h they usually do, for the greater ing large orchards o f thtvbest selected
the silver, the iron, tho copper, the
lation about 100,000. In extent, Oro-
AND DYE STUFFS,
and fifty miles, with an averago width part o f the winter, the weather is gener fruits, which bare heavily every year, coal, the climate— in a word, every
goL is larger than Maine, New Hump- j
an area of ally mild, with frequent gentle rains and uever fail. The orchards o f Ore. thing, but thc people to develop aud
. . . .
. of about eighty miles, and a
A ermont, A'assachusetts, Rhode 1 ,
\! the OM Stand formerly occupied by M. R.
I a b o u t 12,000 square miles of the finest When the winter winds blow from the gou have been a source o f great profit enjoy her abundant resources.
COX A CO.,
Island, Connecticut, New .Jersey, D da.
! Isthmus o f l>urien, or the Cult o f Mext- to ihe people, and wealth to thc State.
r agricultural land on the globe, Through ! eo we have snow ; the snow usually lies Peaches grow well but not so well as
east, who toil almost hoplossly, the K-t
ware, Maryland, and the District o f
, tins A alley, from south to novi h, flows j
;l short time iu these vallies. In apples
it is a great country for pear-, ter part o f their liv» s to amass enough
UNION ELOCE, Commercial Street,
Columbia all together; and while thev
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i the Rogue River va’ loy they have mure plums, cherries, currants, black berries, to enable them to marry and settle
' i the
A iilamette river ................
into the Columbia,
“r- ttotv suppoiting a population »• I about scv,.„tv mUcs from lbo
I »uow and loss rain titan in the Wit. strawberries, and many other tine fruits down, should turn their attention west
S I L E U , ORFGON.
lamette and Umpqua. Iu the vallies and berries. Strfne parts of the State ward. Marry at once, and if you have
■bout fifty four persons to the square
fullow the course of thc channel.
cast o f the Cascade mountains, there is cannot he beaten for grapes ; but they a few hundred dollars, gel on the steam A liberal discount made to emir.try trade.
mile, Oregon has Je»o thau one person
AA’ iilamette river is fed by numerous more snow and frost iu wiuter, aud but do not ripeu very wcil in the AA’ iilam
GEO. A. EDES.
er and couic to Oregon ; or cross the
to thc square mile. W hile they are
SAME. HEADRICK .
fine, clear streams, flowing into it from little raiu. The summers all over the otto valley.
plains by the Pacific railroad and over
Iroubled with the disagreeable distinc
In consequence o f our small streams land stages ; here, you will find that
the mountains on either side, and sup- State are dry, clear, and p'easant; the
tions be*ween rich aud poor, there is
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heat of the sun being toned down by I being short and rapid wc have the great all you have been toiling and hoping
plytcg the rich lands with abundance i ,
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est waterpowers o f any other State ; for, ha« been lying for ages, idly await
cool breezes blowing in every dircc
Comparatively nothing o f the kind felt
o f w’ater. I here arc easy passes tion from thc high chain o f suow peaks hence, our milis and our manufacturing ing an intelligent possessor. If you
Di a!cr Iu
in Oregon ; fur hero, no one is exces
through the Coast mountains, from the through the centre.
establishments are numerous, and oi have money all thc belter; couic! Il
sively rich, and no one is, or, at least,
AA’ hat is called thc “ rainy season,” the best quality. In point of inarm, you have ou!y youth, aud strength, and
AVillamettc to the sea; and, iu fact, all
F E E D , G R A IN A N D F L O U R !
need be, very poor
It requires but
to the vallies near the coast, facturiug interests, Oregon is the New .a will to work, it is enou gh; co m e !
aiong the entire extent o f the State.
little exertion to make a living here,
consists, for the most part, oi warm, gen England of* the Pacific.
Here health, and wealth, and happiness
The best timber o f thc A alley, consists
await you. Oregon does not need, nor Pai ut*,
compared with the Atlantic states ; the
of red, white, aud yellow iir, yellow time ; and sometimes, for two or three she has all religions. The church want, nor invite, drunken, lazy, loung
country ¡9 new, and^tho people very-
piue, hemlock, cedar white oak, maple, weeks, with iotervais of pleasant we.ith spires of the Methodist, the Cauipbel ing loafers— hut young, stout, iutelli
much on a level o f equality
The W il
ash, alder, balm; yew, and various other er, o f several days, or weeks duration. lite, the Baptist, the Presbyterian, the gent, industrious men and women.
lamette Valley alone, (which is one of
Catholic, thc Episcopalian, the Lutlic
I f you ate too poor to come by steamer,
kinds o f valuable trees. The soil is It is not one continuous, monotonous
tbe finest countiies in the world,) is
rain, during ilie whole winter, as many
or by raiboad and stage then cross the
deep and productive.
plains in a light wagon, with mules, or
almost as large as Massachusetts, Rhode
The I uipqua A alley lies immediately suppose. Along the Atlantic they tions, shoot up all over the country ; hoi st s, or oxen ; or if you arc too poor
C O L O R S O F A L L K IN D S .
Island and C onnecticut; and while
south o f the Willamette, and is reached have heavy, -drilling storms of snow, aud everybody worships God according for that, strike out, and work your way
tbey«uport a populatiou o f about 2,-
winds and frost; here, it to the dictates o f his own cousience. across; for the settlements now extend
from tbe latter by easy passes through with pier*
000,000, this valley has a population of
is seldom cu.d.enough tosnow.and our fall Ihe Jew has his Synagogue, the Chris clear across the continent; and any
the Calapoova mountains ; thc grade is
ing weather consists principally of mild taiu his Church, and the heatheuish where along the way you may get good <iilas* and Putty,
only about 50,000.
haruly preccptible in passing from one rains, accompanied with warm winds Chinaman his Josh-house.
wag^s for your lanor
Lut.or is always
T hc coast o f Oregon is what seamen . . ..
, . .
to the other, along what is called the
from tho South Pacific. In these val
in dem .nd here; by a few mouths work
call “ iron bdUnd.” Tho Coast Range i» ,UQ p - .- i .
lies wc have but little freezing weather, crime. The country is dotted all over you can. make enough to support you tiiroceries and Provisions.
1 ass.U reek road. J he l mpqua river
o f mountains extends the entire length
\\*e have a liberal for tho year, and the remainder o f rlie
Fuder tbe I.cgi-lativc Hall, Holtnan’a
irough this rich valley, and is fed and that little o f brief duration.
The western part o f the M a t e is not sy-teui ot common schools, for so new time you can devote to the improve-
by clear swift tributaries liom tho
and weak a state. The poorest eotiage tn- nt o f your own homestead. The
to the southern bouudary, and continues
; mountains on cither side, similar to disposition. The principal fevers ate in thc ¡State has its books and new-pa- he.-t and gpedicst way o f reaching Ore
ou through the £tate o f California. .»
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the >A iilamette. J he | rincipal differ- typhoid, and scarlet, rever and aaue pers. The people aro all fond of read gon, now is. to come on thc railroad to
These mountains nowhere rise to the al- j t-nce between this and the Willamette prevails to >omeextent along the rivers, ing ; and you seldom meet with a m -n Salt Lake City : and iro n there to the
NORTH FROfcT A X I) E STREET,
titude o f perpetual snow ; their soil is A alley, is the numerous d e t a c h e d , j and near likes, and marshes; but a or worn in, over eighteen years o f age, Columbia by the stage. I belive this
rout costs a person »bout three hundred
rich, and they are covered from base mound like hills in the l mpqua V alley, few miles from these, it is never known
’J here is comparatively little sickness and'able to discuss intelligently, ihdj Hollars. You need not expect to find
to summit with the finest timber in the an^
^CL‘P ^ at’ k su*l- I he gray soil
a !__ft J* ...
in the Stare, anywhere, or at any time “ situation,” from raising beets, to a this country exactly a Paradise, without
IR O N FOUNDERS*
w orld ; fir,cedar, hen.lock, ush, maple, !
'^ c AN iilamette is preferable to the o f the year. The people have fresh, cabinet meeting. All have theiropiniom-
a single fault where you have nothing
elder, yew, laurel, yellow, and sugar black sticky soil of thc L mpqua, on ac- clear complexions, and arc uctive and o f Reverdy Johnson uud the Alabama to do but lie on your back in the per*
p i ,* , live uak, .u d m .uy o.h cr valuable
0 ,„ ils
c.“8‘ " r
wor'T \" robust. Children are healthy, clear claims, as well us the proper time to fumed shades of orange groves, and
ihw valley they have the red oak, headed, and apt to learn. The health plaut potatoes-
B O IL E R B U IL D E R S.
fciads o. ton her. I rum these tuoun-| which ulso
in the heu(] of the
This is one o f the best countries on lep- ” through a rye straw, from the
o f our women is not generally so good
tams man) fine stieains ot the pureot A\ illume te \ alh-y. ih e climate of
that o f our men and children ; which the globe for horses aud the people have running bro -ks ; but i f health, and in
hese w orks
a r e l o c a t e d on *
water, filled with trout, salmon, and j these two vulhes is very much the J attribute, imuuly, to the multitude o f always taken great pride in rearing them dependence, and wholsome labor, with
the bunk of tho river, one block north o f
Couch’s Wharf, and have facilities for turning
other excellent fishes, run rapidly down
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j§ very early marriages o f wouieu. Young A diseased horse is seldom met with ; a future prospect o f abundant wealth is
To the south o f the Umpqua lies toe men immigrate from the east, keeping aud, I believe I have uever seen a blind all you desire, or expoct, then Oregou out machinery promptly aud efficiently.
We have secured the services of Mr. John
to t e ocean.
j Rogue River A’ alloy. which is very the number o f women always far below horse in the State.
They ure geuerallv will suit you
Nation, as Director o f the Works, whose ex
Our principal entrance for shipping I rou.|, a,1(i broken ; there is a conside that of the men, consequently young fleet, hardy, and live to a very great
on this Coast for fifteen years gives
Now, Mr. Editor, I believe I have perience
him a thorough knowledge o f the various
is tbe mouth o f thc Great Columbia ruble quantity of excellent agricultural girls arc demanded for wives, almost as age
The celebrated race-mare Comet complied with your request. I have kinds of machinery required for mining and
riv er; where vessels of all sizes mtiv land, and many fine farms aud settle soon as they reach their “ teen-* ” It was bread m Oregon. She asmuished not had time nor space to make this ar* milling purposes.
We are prepared to execote orders for all
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meets ; yet, this valley is more va*ua. wou d be a yood thing for the State, if America,
England, and I believe ticlr as full and comprehensive as it
of Machinery and Boiler Works, such
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ble, perhaps, considering the pies* nt women could immigrate ftom the east France, with her wouuderful achieve should be, but I have condert.-ed as
ifeet ease and safety. The priucipal riv- ; population, for its miues o f gold than as rapidly as men
ments oo theturf; aud like Eclipse, uever much as possible ; and I have written Mining
•era running into the Puoific from the fur anything else.
AVc furnish annually a -im p'y, as I shou'd have written acom -
The city o f Portland, the commercial was beaten
M A C H IN E R Y ,
East o f the Rogue River A'alley lies emporium of the State is situated on great number o f flue carriage, and draft mou letter to a friend iu the Atlantic
western slope o f the Coast Range, south
FLOURING MILLS. SAW MILLS.
thc Great Klameth Lake couutry, be the west bank o f the AVillamette river, horses to California. The horses ot States. AVrhat I have written, I think
o f ihe Columbia, aud in Oregon, are
tween thc Cascade and Biue mountains, about twelve miles above its junction Oregon are constaurly improving, and will stand the test o f investigation ; and Q U A R T Z MILLS, M IN IN G P U M P S
the Nchalim, the Tillamook, the Nes- watered principally by the melting
with the Columbia; and Oregon Pity, the State is destined, in this respect, to if it will aid in the least, in bringiug
4 -c . tcC.
iu cca, tho Silctz, the Salmon, the snows o f Mount McLaughliu and the at the falls ot the AVillamette, about become the Arabia o f America. It is. immigration to our young aud rising
Manufacture and repair machinery o f a ll
A quina, tho Alseo, tbe Siuslan, the Three Sisters. The soil is rich,the timber twelve miles further up. Between these also, a healthy country for cattle, sheep State. I am content. More people is
on the mountains is o f the best quality; two cities is Millwaukie on the east and h o g s ; and we have a great man- all we need in Oregon.
Umpqua, the Coquelle, tha Flora, the
and it is said to be one o f thc fiuest side, and Oswego on the west
Near very fiu^ hre$cU o f each. Sheep are
Iron Shutter Work at San Francises
R ises, the Elk, the Rogue River, and graziug couutrics ou the Pacific slope, Oswego is the Oregon Iron Works, one very healthy, multiply rapidly, and pro
Coat aud Freight.
J . L. C O L L IN S .
ih e Cheteo. The priueipal bays a ad The warlike character of the Indiaus o f the best iron miues In the world. duce very fine heavy fleeces. The far
Wheeler k Randall's Patent Grinder and A m .
ontrauoe* fur vessels, south o f the has kept back the settlement o f this Salem, the capital o f tho Stat 3 is on mers have great pride iu breeding sheep,
Patent Piston Packing
part o f the State until recently; but, the east side o f fhe river, about forty and have imported the best stock
Coistubia, »re Tillamook bay, Aquma “
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now, since the natives have been sub ml es above Oregon City*; and there they could procure. The woolen -fac
Public examination of Teachers will take
Either applied to old or new steam cylinders,
w * tho Umpqua river, Cuose Bay, the dued, it is settling up rapidly, aud in a are a number o f small towns scattered tories, that have been fiuilt up all over place on th« «econd Saturday of March, June,
mouth o f the Coquelle
PortOrford. few years that part o f our State will along on cither side, between the two the State within the last eight or teu September and December.
Quart Stampers, Shoes and Dies,
J. H. MYER,
Of to« best hard U oq .
bloom like a garden.
¡cities. A lon g the Willamette above years, have given great encouragement
Supt. Common Soboola, Polk Co.
•«Pit ¿¿If,kin Oolk (fountn S ig n a l/ l-'OJSt Ku" « e ,hc «»beingvery »bon,
North o f the Klameth Lake country
lies the Crooked River, and the Ocheco
values, south o f the Blue Mountains
that lead off to the north east from the
t'aseade range and then circle down
towards the south east corner o f the
State. These valleys are much in the
same condition as the Klameth couutry ;
but since the Indians have been sub
dued, piouccis find them rich in agri
cultural and grazing lands, aud mines
j ot g"*l a"d silver, i o the nortti east
j ot the Klameth lies the Ilarncv Lake
| coumry . „ „ „ u.usive district o f good
»lohn H u g h e s *
Willamette Iron Works Company
from tho summit