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Official Paper for Jackson & Josephine
Published Every Friday Moraine, By
(’ll AS. NICKELU
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JAN. 8, 1875
'’.OF ESS ION A L (AR DS.
Furniture Ware - Room,
STATE OF OREGON.
Dr. L. DANFORTH.
UEXEKÁL NOTEN A.ÏD NEWS.
STATE CLAIM* TO SWAMP LAND.
Tom Thumb’s fortuno is estimated •DECISION BY THF. SECRETARY OF THE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
.................. v tn
Portland had a $6,000 fire in the Chi [Wa«hlnirton dispatch to N. Y. Tribune.1
his professional services *o the oublie.
nese quarters last week.
W ashington , Dec. 11.—The Hon
FIRST JVIMCIAL DISTRICT.
Office <»n California street, adininme Ca I
C. Delano, «Secretary of the Interior,
...... P. P. Prim ton’s shoe-shop. Residence on Third street,
f ’ir»»nit T1 i< 1
Billy Patterson died suddenly in decided on the 3«1 of Decpmhor, 1874.
1 liKtrift \ttorii<*v..................... ......... H. K. Hanna opposite and west of the M. E. Church.
Chicago, leaving still unrevealod the the oa«e nf the State of Oregon again-t
JACKSON Cl»l’M V.
Keen« constantiv on hand a full assortment historical
H. K. HANNA,
mystery as to who struck Stott and Waggoner, pre-emptor-, in
of furniture, consisting of
( John G’Brien,
volvingland in Section 12, 2 S. 4 W ,
« «Miiiiy ('uiniuissioucr-....
Attornpy-at-Law anti Notary Public,
Oregon Citv, on appeal from the Com-
J. W. Männin"
Private advices from Washington mi— ioner’s deei-ion of Jin. 20, 1874.
E. D. F«»ndrav
• ‘1»»rV «
............ K. Knbli
state that the Dalles and Silt Lake The State claims the land a« «wamp
.............. ........................ ..W. A. i’hibter« Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Railroad bill is almost sure to become tinder the provisions of the act. of Con
Prompt attention given to all business left
School Su|<vrintendent,........ .A1I. <’. Fleming
gress approved Marell 12, 1869 (12th
.'TH , . » .»« ......... ................... .
< '«»roner............................... ................11. T. Inlow
Statutes, 3«. having selected the same
C. W. KAHLER.
E. R. WATSON
Official Paper........... ....... ..D emocratic T imes
Rev. Lewis Thompson organized hv li-t filed in tho local office Sept. 9,
CHAIRS OF AT.T. KTNDS.
KAHLER & WATSON.
the first Presbyterian Church on the 1871. Defendants applied Aug. 2R.
PARLOR £ BEDROOM SUITS, Pacific coast at Clatsop Plains, Oregon, 1871, at the local office to file D. S,
Attorneys and Counselors-at-law,
f s Messoncrer,
alleging-ettlempnt Aug. 20th and 27th,
County ( '«»mini—inner-. ...... ’i James Neelv.
rpsppef ivolv. March 4, 1872, thov
Sheriff,.................................. ........... Dan. L. Green
The San Francisco Board of Brokers appeared at the local office, made proof.
1 ’lerk................................................. Chas. Hntrhes
XVm.Naucke Will pnietiee io the Supreme, District and hand end nin'ip to ordnr Plnn’H" dene nn consists of hut eighty members, and | and tendered payment.
Assessor..............................................John Howell other Court - of thi - stqtp.
Office in the buildiner formerly occupied
the number cannot be increased. A having been ordered bv the General
School Superintendent,.............. B. F. Sloan
Surveyor....................................... W. N. Sanders by O. Jacobs, opitnsite Court House.
Land Office, the local officers awarded
scat was recently sold for $26,000.
Coroner.......................................... Geo. E. Briggs
the land to the State. The Commis
.1. R. NEIL.
J. II. STINSON
Official Paper,.................... D emocratic T imes
Two little boys, sons of Mr. Craig, sioner revor-od their decision on the
STINSON & NEIL.
of Junction, were last Saturday drown ground that the records of the offlap
famuli/.— Circuit Court, second
Attorneys and Connv'llors-nt-Law,
E1 VP BY STABLE, ed while attempting to cross tho Wil should state that the tracts wore cov
MonHay in Fehrnnrv. June and Xovemher.
by a hodv of water at the «late of
County Court, first Monday in each month.
lamette, above Harrisburg, in a leaky ered
the act of 1860, and lienee were not
Jifsrnhhir I'nuuhi.— Circuit Court, second
Oregon Street, Jacksonville,
included in the grant to the State.
Monday in April and fourth Mondav in Oc
Will practice in the Supreme. District and
tober. County Court. Hrs* Monday in Jan
Secretary finds that the papers
Tbe telegraph from Liverpool tell*
other Court- ot the State. Promut atten
uary, April, Jnlv and October.
tion given to all business entrusted to our J. W. MANNING & R. ISH, Propr’s. us that the English wheat crop is pre-ented and the records of the Gen
Justice of the Peace,.................... J. II. Stinson
y*1»“ Office on California street, between
above average, and it is expected that eral Land Office fail to show the char
acter of the land Fe’»ru>rv 14, 1859
Thir<l and Fourth.
Constable...................................... A. M. Asbury
(date of the admission of Oregon as a
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
IT WJX’f; TT’<?T JtECFTVFD A NFW
| Statel, or March 14, 18fi0. They do
fBeekman, Pres’t, J. A. CALLENDER. M. D. | A. C. MATTH! \S, M. D. •J «took of TTnrno<s<s. Puw'oc nnd Cnr- year there.
j Sol. Sachs.
CALLENDER & MATTHIAS.
rinco«, wo •»ro non- nrenarod to furnish our
General Dot, the American dwarf not «bow that at the date of -urvev—in
Trustee*..................... ( John Bilger,
natrons and tho nnbBe generally with as
1852—the land was cover«*«! hv water,
| I fenrv J udge,
who recently died in Paris, rests in a forming what appeared to bp a lakp,
I K. Knbli.
Recorder,......................................... V. S. Hayden
A - can ho hn<! on the Pacific Coast. Saddle coffin not much larger than a cigar | tho margin of which was meandered
J A C KSON VILI. E, (Ht EG O N.
horte« hired ’n r»n to npv nar* of ’he country. box. They thought it hardly worth
Treasurer.......... -... ...........................Ilenrv Pape
The S«*cretarv hold* that the Com-
Marshal........ .’........................................ Fred. Grolj
\n’mal« ROFGTTT and ^OT D. TTnr-c«
—ioner erred in a—timing that the
Street Commission!r................ Peter Boschey
broke to work sinHc or double. jTors’CS while to cremate him.
for flit* hoarded, -»nd «ho be«t of care bestowed upon
land remained in the «amo con«lition
our sor- •hem while in our chare«».
It appears after all that the fellow in March, 1860. The State, in the ab
who wrote the Archbishop of Paris a sence of any express agreement as to
7^»- OUR TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
A liberal share of the pnb”o natrnna’rp jg letter offering to kill Bismarck for $12,- tho kind of proof to bp relied upon,
WAR CLAIM AGENCY!
MANNING «V ISH.
000 was drunk and only joking. The «hould have been allowed to show by
NO. 34 MONTGOMERY BLOCK,
Dr. J. C. BELT,
any competent evidence, parole or
Ultramontane* made the most of the j otherwise, the character of thp land at
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
tlie time her rigiit accrued. A tract is
Jackson i lite, Oregon.
General Sheridan ha* been sent to not necessary excluded from the grant
CITY DIH'Cr STORE,
IV H. AIKEN, ATTORNEY AT-LAW,
New Orleans. We doubt much if ' horaii.se at one given date it may he
H . nnd Conimnntlrr of the Grand Afinv
found covered with water, having the
the Barn Burner of the Shenandoah appearance of a lake, and. in the judg
of the Republic in California and Nevada, Havintx lpeutcd in the town of Jacksonville,
tor the purpose of pmc’icinir Snnrerv and
will give prompt attention to the collection
will add much to the tranquility of ment of the surveyors, of a character
other branches of his profession, respect
of Additional Travel d’ay, now due Califor
fully asks a portion of the public oa’ron-
nia ami Nevada Volunteers discharged 30”
that havonet-ridden and carpet-bag to be meandered, although this fact
miles from houic. Soldiers can depend on
atre. Otllep—Secoud door north of the U. rp’H' NEW FIRM OF K\TTT ER .<• Bno.
mav he a material one as to the gen
fair dealing. Information given free of
I h'ivo th«» largest and most complete cursed city.
fact. It mav be tlie result of
charge. When writing enclose stamp for
I assortment of
Hon. W. R. Dunbar recently re periodical overflow, and in thi« ca-e
reply and state company and regiment and
Dr. B. N. MODISETTE,
DRT'GS, MEDICINES A- CHEMICALS, turned home from an extended tour
whether you have a discharge. Congress
such was actually tlie fact. The act of
has extended the time for films claims for PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
1860 extends t’«e provi-ions of the act
additional Bounty under Act of July 28, 18«»t5,
th.e latest and finest styles of
to .January. 1*75. so all such claims must l»e
September 28, 1$50, to Oregon and
his absence he organized and re-or
made before that time. Original Bounty of j
ganized eleven Good Templar lodges, Minnesota, provided “that the grant
*100 has been allowed all volunteers who '
horohv made shall nqt ¡«icliido anv
enlisted before July 22, !**♦»!, for three years,
And a «’•rent vnrtetv of PI'IlFf MFS and and visited thirty-seven.
if not paid the same when discharged. Land Having located permanently in Ashland,
land« which the Government of the
tenders hi- professional services to the COT I.hlT -\WTCT J’S», in«»!nd
♦ ho hoc* ond
Warrants <nn be obtained for servi«»cs ren
Uni'ei Stages may hive reserved, -old
..».oonn«» 'i«cor»mr>nt of COMMON and T’ER-
dered before 1*55, hut not for services in the
J'J’MFD «50 \ J*s;
di«po«ed of (in pursuance of anv law
late war. Pensions for late war and 1812
1804, Marcus Morton for Governor in
ical Department of tho Iowa Universi’v.
obtained and increased when allowed for <
PORT. KAHLER. Druggist.
1839, and William Gaston in 1874, are heretofore enacted) prior to confirma
less than disability warrants, but no pen- i with an aftercoiir-o at Pope’s Collesre’, St.
tion of title to he made under the au
sions are allowed to Mexican and Florida
only Democrats that ever carried thority of said act.” The act of 1850
war soldiers. Stale of Texas has granted
Office and residence on Main street.
TABLE ROCK SALOON, the State of Massachusetts. The gap was a grant in nraerenti. At tlie date
Pensions to surviving veterans of Texas Rev
olution. New Orleans and Mobile Prize '
in each case was exactly thirtv-flve of the act of 1860 tho land was swamp.
Money is now due and being paid. W. IL ■
The evidence preclude« the possibility
Aiken also attends to General law and Col- i ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
WINTJEN & H e LMS, Proprietors.
<>f the defendants bring claimants in
The bullion product of Nevada la«st good frith under the pre-emption liw.
GEORGE SCHUMPF, , THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES, HUIE rnoPRTFTTDRS OF THIS WF.J.J,- year equaled that of all the other gold from the fact that for more than one-
’ known-nnd iionular rewnH would in and silver producing States and Ter half of each year the 1in«l wa« covered
form their friend« and the public ronorallv ritories in the Union comhined. Tho hv water to a depth of several fopf, qnd
ha* a complete and first-clasM stock of the
HE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF TUTS
with a full knowledge of thi« thpy’
embrace almost moved
CALIFORNIA STREET, Jacksonville.
school will commence about the middle host brands of liquors, wines, cijrnrs. ale and mineral resources
on the tracts and erected small
of August, nnd is divided in four sessions, norter. etc.. Is constantly kept on hand. every metal known in tho arts, to
houses or cabins placed on stakes
of elevon weeks eactr. The following are the Thev will bo nlcawd to have their friends
“call and smile.”
in thp ground five or six foot
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
1 un» in announcing that he is now in- , Board nnd tuition, perform..............
surface, and during tho few
posits of various minerals, y
stalled in his new and elegant quarters, Bed and Bedding....................................
A Cabinet of CurinsitJos mav also he found
months claimant« occupied them they
R.no bore. Wo would l>o pleased to have ner-ons
which are fitted up in the latest and most Drawing and painting..........................
Wore reached only bv rifts—they
. 15.80 nos«e«sin^ enriositijh« and specimens brinff
approved style. All braixdtes of the busi Piano............................................................
managed to break about half an acre
ness executed in first-class manner.
‘Item in. nnd wo will place them in tho Cab
I have also uddi.4 bath-rooms, complete
inet for inspection.
lem, was found and restored to him before the water came, but no «ucoo—-
.SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
and convenient In their appointments, ami I
WINTTEN <fc HELMS.
those desiring a good, clean bath of any de- :
Jacksonville, Aug. 5. 1874.
the other day, he having lost it in fill cultivation was made, and from
the ovMlonre it appears none could bp
senptten <wi l»e accommodated.
February, 1856. The watch was found made—tbov were not bona fide claim
......................................... 10.00 EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS
DAN BBC FF LOTION,
in pretty good condition, covered with ants under the pre-emption law. The
Pupils are received at any time, and their
leaves and earth, where it was proba State has not forfeited her right, bv
An entirely new discovery foreleansing terniu will be counted from tho day of their
C alifornia S treet ,
the saiipand restoring the hairtoife natu entrance. For further particulars apply at
failure to «elect w^hin two years from
bly dropped eighteen years ago.
ral Vigor. Price, $1 .tX> per bottle. ‘
the adjournment of the State Legisla
Mrs. Stokes is one of the most ture at the next ses«|on aftpr notice
RAZORS CAREFULLY PUT IN ORDER.
showy women on the streets of New hv tlie Secretary of the Interior to the
XTONE BTTT THE CHOTCFST AND REST
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars York. Her convict husband is legal Governor of the State that the survev
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRI! Jx
ly dead, and the Courts have given her of the land had been completed and
confirmed, because this notice has
DRINKS, 121 CENTS.
a formal release. She does not «it never heen given. The land is award
CAÎTTT & WAG1TER,
I CAN FLRXISH
NO OREDTT IN TTTE FUTURE—it don’t weeping at home, but enjoys life with
ed to the State.
nav. Families needintr anvthing in mv line
always be supplied with the purest and the merriest. She attracts much atten
First-Class WATER PIPE. can
best to bo f<>nn<1 on the Coast. Give me a
tion by her fine taste and showy dress.
A M oral W reck .—The Prairie
Wholesale and Retail Confectioners,
«•all, and you will lie well satisfied.
Cheaper and More Darable
Farmer nqpralizes over the fall of the
The Sacramento Union, the great Treasurer of the Missouri State Grange,
light of the Pacific Coast Independent who recently embezzled twenty thou
107 Montgomery St., S. F.
Wood, Iron, Lead, or any other Material.
’ dollars of Grange funds, and
Third Street, Jacksonville, Oregon, party, was sold the other day. at auc sand
; “But what is the effect upon
tion, for $65,000—just about the cost
ANY SIZE FURNISHED.
man ? He is a wreck. A wreck
ttention is called to our tm -
HENRY PAPE, Engineer,
of the type and fixtures. Two or the
mense assortment of Candies, Toys and
from his own ambition and weakness
*>th«r good* suitable for the COMING lit>L-
three years ago, when it was tho organ He voluntarily joined an Order profess
Send yiur orders to
ÏDAYS. Warranted to keep in all climates.
THROUGH TICKETS, 12 J C ents . of some tangible, live party, it would ing the highest motives of honestv
Prices low and terms liberal. Orders for
Or A lex . M artin , Agent, Jacksonville.
the interior promptly ami caretully attend
have brought $200,000. How have and purity, organized to make better
ed to’.RF ‘
the social, moral and pecuniary life of
WINES, LTQUORS AND CT- the mighty fallen ?
SELLING OUT CHEAP! V pHOTUE
its members. He accepted one of its
> gars constantly on hand. The readme
JOHN 1. CARTER & SOR.
most responsible offices. Tip has worn
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
cals anti lead’ng papers of the Coast. 29tf. prepayment of newspaper postage for the garb of fidelity and honor while he
To Close Business,
P ainters .
the first month of the new year al has beenj, practicing the role of the
1 "u* «
H. L. WEBB.
8. P. JONES. ready aggregate $500,000. The Post hypocrite '• and the peculator.
AT W. BILGER’S, JACKSONVILLE.
E ARE FT GUY PREPARED TO DO
office officials, however, consider that subjects it to the jibes and derisions of
all k »»»is of Painting, including
NEW STATE SALOON*, this sum exceeds the probable monthly its enemies. He weakens the confi
HOUSK PAIXTIXO. V . . •
he undersigned , desiring to Corner of California and Th fret Streets, demand, the estimate of the annual dence of thousands of men in tbe Or
Cloge out business, will sell out his en-
revenue from this source being$4,000,- der, and arouses the suspicions and
hro atock of goods for COOTand FREIGHT,
Webb & Jones, Propr'n,
000. The Department does not expect raises the doubts of thousands who
WAGON AND C.VHRLAGE PAINTING. ,
were friendly to its objects if not ac
SF7TTLE UP.—All persons indebted are
that any considerable amount of the tive participants in its work.”
requested to settle up immodiatelv. A word
ATT. Styles of Graining Done.
to the wise la suflieient.
pNOLTSH ALE AND PORTER, together newspaper bnsrness will go to the ex
Order* from th# ««otratry promptly attend
J with the finest brands of liquors and ci
Willow Spring«, Aug. 2”, 1$74
SruscRuiE for the T tmes .
gar« alwavK nn hand.
Governor........................................... L. F. Grover
Secretary of State.................... S. F. Chadwick
State Treasurer............................... A. II. Brown
State Printer ............. *................ M. V. Brown
Sup’l of Public Instruction... L. L. Rowland
Sil ALL WE KILL THE CALVES.
If farmers were In the habit of fin
oring like tradesmen, thev would find
that a large portion of the young
calves had for profit better be knocked
tn the head at nn -e than made info
vea|, as the amount of milk they will
cnnsiimp In the fattening i« »»f more
value than they rnn g*»t for their
calves. On the other hand, if they
would take the ftyina and have »
desire to raise good stork, it can be
done economically, with proper, care,
and at the same time save the rrdlk
for butter and cheese; and calves so
raised and carried to the aernud or
third vear will pay a handsome profit.
We have met with excellent success
in rearing calves apart from their '
dams hv the following m°thnd ; Take
the calf nwav from the cow at three
divs old ; teftrh.lt to drink at onre by
fastening ah Tndia ruh‘s*r or leather
teat in the hnftnrn of a -hallow trough,
and f«*ed with fro-h milk for a week
twice a div ; then gradually mix with
«kimmed milk, inrrea-iugthequantity
d iv hv dav for another week. On the
third week use onlv skimmed milk
and a gruel romnosed of one-third bar
ivy and two-thirds oats, ground to
gether verv fine, sifting the mixture.
The gruel i- made as follows : Tonne
quart of the fl air add twelve quarts of
water ; boil the mixture half an hour,
and let it stand until mflk warm.
Each calf should receive a quart of the
gruel mnrningi and evening. A little
of tbe flour nm into» small trough for
them to lick at is of service, and
small Lundies of fresh, fine sweet hay
should he suspended in the stable for
them to nibble at. Feed them thus
until they ¿'•e about three month* old,
griduallv increasing the quantity of
gruel and feeding twice a day. Three
bushel- of the above mixture will raise
six calve-.— Exchange.
Cor. California A Orogon Sts.,
A P retty D ish for a W oman in
B ad H ealth —Mi*<s Neilson, the
celebrated actress, was dined and
wined before her departure from Cali
fornia, and a San Francisco scribe, after
going through »description of various
delicacies, says : “All these were as
nothing heslde the grand course—the
dish hv which Monsieur le Cher has
made himself an undying name. It
jvas composite ; the center was q hum
ming-bird surrounded by a spring
linnet, which, in turn, was enveloped
by an English snipe. These the car
cass of a stuff d grouse surrounded,
covering which two canvas-hack ducts
raised in a celery-garden, the whole
placed within the bosom of a Chicago
goose. Suked in raisin-wine for six
divs, then larded, and smoked three
weeks over burning sandal-wood, it •
was at last placed on the spit and
roasted with pig-nnrk drippings. Tho
*auce was of truffle* stewed in Private
Cuve; the garnDh, mose-rose buds.
No wonder the fair artiste was de
lighted !”— Cincinnati Commercial,
I f I only had capital, we heard a
young man say a few days ago, as he
puff’d away at a ten-eent cigar, I
would do something. If I only had
capital, said another, as he walked
away from a dram shop where he had
just paid ten cents for ft drink, I would
g<» into business. The sunie remark
might have been heard from the
von ng man loafing on the street corner.
Young man with the cigar, you are
smoking away your capital. You from
the dram-hop are drinking yours and
destroying your body at the same
time—-*and you on the street corner are
wa-ting yours in idleness and forming
had habit*. Dime* make' dollars.
Time is money! Don’t wait for a
fortune to begin with. If you had ton
thousand dollars a year and «pent it al|
you would be ¡mor still. Our. men of.
power and influence did not start with
fortunes. You, too, can make a mark,
if you will. But you roust stop
spending vour money for what you
don’t need, and squandering your time
A nother P lot to KrLL B is
marck .—The North Get man Gazette
publishes the following : <4In Sept.,
1878, a French Archbishop receive^
an anonymous letter, the writer offer
ing to kill Bl-marck for $12,000. tn
a second letter the writer enclosed hie
photograph and gave his name and
address as follow« : «Duchesne Pon-
celet Rue Leopold.” The Ar-hhishop
eommonivated the tetters tffthe French
Government, which informed Bis
marck. Poncelet, who was found and
identified ft* ft workman, wa* watched.
It was ascertained that he was prepar
ing to go to Germany, hot becoming
aware of police surveiieftnee gave up
hi« intention. - The communication to
the Archbishop tyasi not written by
Poncelet, but by one .of hi.* fellow
workmen, who is supposed to have
been a confederate.
S omebody says, “few tawyPTR can
make a will that cannot be broken?1
Smudgkins says bis wife baa one that
cnn’t be broken.