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TIMES PUBLI s HINQ g UMPN’Y
CHAS. MCHELL, kdilor.
OIBce—I’urU'-r Third and C Street».
Kates of subscription:
GRANDEST & LARGEST COLLECTION
CoiupriHiiix Ja« k*»«»n.
. Lak m i
Klamath countiv»*. Circuit .lulg* . i . it. v' b-
•Ur; DiHiiict Att.’rn«*y, »* M ‘ • -ivig.
OF NEW SUMMER
J .M’KSOX «til 5 i
Senator. AMail', y; B I«r« a* ntatlv« m ..I I
Ii »Wilt* U.K H Miller, W K Pr.<
JivU . J K N- tl; <’ •iuim-.**i »u' r*«, •
lor. Win Kay; Ulvik, M. Ma.b r.
Bir l**«*y; Tr. MNurvr, li A. M ■ r* ; V
M < ud l«*ra; Scti«H>l Sup niit. nl.nl
Mitchell; Surveyor. J S li -warl,
K. Pryce; St«»ck Inspector. W b Soii^. r,
JO-LCiil n K CuL.v i Y.
Joint Senator. VV St. t iair. K* pr*-« nt.u , v
U J Howard; < oiinly Ju lg. . V . < > ' g. '
mitai'.m r.**, J. Ilun»*«ali, P. Ilana.-u; < l«Tk. ’
K, ('nan.-dor; Suerilf, Jaiu. a i M «*-. i'r«'.our-
er J A. Jruuiiig--*; Artj*«-**.»r, I’. C. Il am;
8k*hool >ui»»rint.il 1* nt. W. -V Via—i. ; Survey
or, W. N Saui* 1« r-., <’ -ron i . Dr FUnagan.
J«»int Senator.« A. L j-w. d of Lak-; H« p-
rtwruiative.d. P M nm *»f l»ak«~. County Ju ’c•*.
W > M K»rv; i'oiuini’tti.iib'rii. M i • uwl .rd,
L H K-ai. r t I* rk. A. L Leavitt. > . ritT. M.
D. Uhildvr*; Trenj<ur«-r, UI ium . Graven; A h * vh -
ai»r. John Smart; S c U hm SUP* • intetvictil. P I..
Fuuutain; Surveyor, J. B. Griffith; Corum r, J.
Ci Á TIT ING,
FURNISHING GOODS. HATS,
OCTS ani SHOES,
Rcniotnher, these goods arc new and bought
Mix i tin war in ruilroad ratee and arc Hold
loi- <’it¡-«li !
Joint Senator, t A. < .»gi»*r«‘ll «if L.»k«*; R -p-
r<*entAtiv«. S. P. M. m «*; County Judge. W V
Wi.ature; Coinuiiaai«»tiers. H L S e r.■». k. Wm
Bigley, t’ivrk. W T. B »yl; S.imtT. Wm. Curl';
Treaaur« r. A Me«'alien; Seu.»oi Sup rnit- n I-
ent. A. H. FiHh«*r; A*»-*■.«••** «r, J. E. M- D »u-ugh;
Stock Inspector. D K. Jon. **
DURABLE. STRONG AND Ci E V
NwllOI't Un«* to (’«* > i 1‘oHI iji
Tratlw eonm-rt wlththeO. 4 C. K. «.»nil Hber B«« at ronalli» »n.l ASLuj
... c-.,c- M°cuE
C. H. HASWELL
Gwu’l F. ¿v P. Kg’t, Oiegon Development
/. I \L»ut.j«»ru«ry St.. San Franci«**«». <’nl.
ATTORNEY AND C'lL’N.«iil.OI< AT I.AW.
sors ts C. c. Bseïmaii’s Bam.
Jark.AOH flllr, lh.
Meclforcl Roller Mills
H. K. HANNA.
ATTUKNKY AND CUl'N.'ELiiU AT LAW,
Will practice in all courts of the
in oriu m t*r.* k. up-'i«ti ".
I XDfltSlGXED HAVE FORMED A
: .1« tu» i -«hip with an auth r./x»«i cupital of
h i t ii«' piirp«-t can s ing «»u u Gent r-
Bii'in.-ri> in nil ur it.*« branches in
-. Or»v n- odi*'*' atthvo’d »fand
n - Banking Hou***, S. E. corner Cal-
1 Third rttif* th.
< . <’. BEEKMAN.
Tilos G. REAMES.
J. J. HJUGK,
NOTARY PCBLIU AND CU.NVEYAN« LB.
(¿ulti Util, <>»cgu*4.
K«-.•*»« the iorgvrit «dock of
ll’E H WE SOW ONE OF THE BEST EQUIPPED FLOURING MILI.
»T and th«
Will attend Inali buMiiras in m> Une witu
pTvtuptuvtM und at K «tnoiAAbii- rat«.-t>.
ONLY FULL ROLLER PROCESS MILL
WM. M. COLVIC,
- £ L< > K A I L A W.
in ** »uthrrn <)r« g«»n. These inillR ar»* now manufnctuiing th«- I* M grad* • -f tl -ur • v« r • i! • •••!
t. > th« tri*'!« int ii-* s«'ct i<»n and are ¡»repared t«» tiil all «»rd« r •* fr-r tl 'ur. null f ■ • d. vtc.. ri -ii- rt
n .tiLv, AHordvraby inail or in pvrson will rvcuivr prompt uttent -n.
Will pravticc in uìi thv v«»urts <•! thv >tat
Pr. m * ccu UU4 Altari* > i «r i'tisi Judici<
DiaUict. v.tt« ni ». «uit-u >«*»ii .
VINSS AND SH3ÜBBEBT
«•n the northwest coast.
Test «he Flour and You Will Use No Otlier.
30 APHIS OR LICE ON TREES.
ROBERT G. SMITH,
ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 1. I""
Jackson County Bank,
Ortie«* in La* ton A C«».'?* brick, upstair*.
- • S io «10 p» r 100
10 “ lrt “ “
M •• in - ••
AND Lot NSELOU AT LAU.
J. C. CARSON,
Does a General Banking Business, and Buys and Sells East
ern, Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
DE UAR, M.
AND 8 C U U E O N.
Oific«* and reaideuex- on ’ allfurnia Str«x*t.
Cails attended promptly day «»r ir.gnt.
WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS
MONEY LOANED ON FAVORABLE TERMS
A full line in k I' k I c of
R. PRYCE, Wl. D.t
A ND SLUG E U N.
GI.M UAL HI lt.llING MATERIAL
Tolo Townsite and Milling Go.
Olttcen William» Bric k Building, up-atair-
Xi <* j'flui h t 'T'ltiJoi
TAKE PUBLIC NOTICE
Of the Franchises and Privileges granted to L . 11. lit.! WE
August 7th, 1888,
By the incorporators of said compnny, now on file at ti e
Recorder’s office, in Jacksonville, .Jackson Co.
DH. A. J. L a PPEUS.
A N b £ L’ K Ü K U N.
Calk* ¡»t tv titled day or night.
DR. S. DANIELoON,
P by siu- M ed icai
1'iilo, Oregon, October 4,183 >.
PHYSICIAN A N D S i R G E O N.
J. W. WALKER.
J. H. GRIFFIS.
Special att*«nti«>n given to Chronic Dn.-am*.
GRIFFIS St WALKED,
E. P. CEARY, M. D-
PHYSICIAN AND S V K â E U N
And Importer of
Foreign ¡mJ Domestic Woolens, Etc.,
. rri t. I. ini : of the best and most
A. ta-ni n il.:.- «doth«, llniMiimp*, etc., oon-
rirantiy k pt on hand, and nothing but tlrnt-
u ' «rk ? urm«d out.
V i "id- i - tiihd promptly h ! reasonable
rat.> aud satisfaction guarant««»-d.
Med bird. M ay 13. I Ass.
WRISLEY & CO.,
Nv-tihird, Ore Mon.
OAce in liaiixlin .** Block.
H« hk I«
E. B. PICKEL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN A N D 8 C K G E O N.
SASH AND DOORS AND SEASONED FINISHING MATERIAL.
Calls pruuiptl. Ali'-utl’.l u> l»s> << Night.
(itRi-e un II»trts-t.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
DR. W. STANFIELD,
E L K C T 1 C P H Y 8 IC 1 A N.
SAW MILLS ON SAMS CREEK.
Ha* located hi Xshmnd, Or., f«»r th«-pra* tic«
o! hie prof»*ei«»n. Mak«*** »Ui « nr.
such iu* Rh*'UiiMtism, Arttiuua. I
CoaiplMintM. etc., u specialty.
PHYSICIAN AN l> SI
W. J. VAN
R G E O N.
Office at present wt the Bag!« y Hotel.
M ilford, Jackson Co., Ogn.
A «* claim to liHv«» hh tine a line of property, and
to bo <Jd'« t«» ftir-iirtii a« reliable information
• mt-“riling r»»al eritnt.» m Southern Oregon,an
anj «»ttiH.- tirrn now doing buMinesa.
( orr*G«pond“ace »«»Iicited
WRISLEY A CO.
HARDWARE AND TINWARE DEPOT
Free BiL^s/to and from the Hotel.
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS.
A ( OMMODkTE THE GROWING DE-
1 m.».’i I f«»rr«‘al ««atnte, we have opened an of-
ticf» «ii tic* town «»f
By tlie Thousand !
ill! I NDEKSIGNED IS NOW TAKING OIL
tb i ' f hiongti J hc I choii and J«»8cphinv coun
W. M. SOM.V1ERS, M. D.,
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY, JACKSONVILLE-CRESCENT CITY
PHTUMTAN, SCRGEON a .M Wl’CHEl R.
Any kin ! rat<*<«<! tn a flrat-cltuw Nurnery.
Prof««aional call* promptly aft* nded t<> da) or
<'oii»uhati«>UH in either Eng i.**h or German.
Office and r»vi*b nc«- <»n (. aiiforma str« • t, C' •r-
ner of Fifth street.
will do well to give me
th :r<.i-.b r-4, as I wHI gnarant«*«» MatiRfactton.
I wurran* nil m\ troes. If properly cared for.
T'-rms-d paym-nt co»y. Produce tnk**n at
in.irk« t pi if . lGOuIbs. of Peach Sc«*d wanted.
A. K JOHNSON.
Ja< kri'»nvll!< . Un-iron. Aug. 1. 1HS.3.
from Wankolm. Wis-
63 Front Street, Portland, Orfeón
HANLEY & LOVE.
pATTLE AND HOIWE k BRANDED I1L ON
V l*dt nip Al*<> cattle or.*n«i.*«i "
Sid»* or hip. al««» oattle brand»«d with a hgure • on
lt»ft Kid* o. hip. l he HHr-markri of the .*t».»v«
brand« aierhort «*r.»j. in l««ft .»ar and long crop in
right. Ala.» .-Hille branded wi«h 8P oc left hip,
and markodernp in ria«*« «nr Hr d i..»ie nndsphi
« h »
W. F. READ. President.
J. R. WRITSMAN, Vice-I'rcid. i.t.
J. L. CO W A Af, Trwaeurar
J. K. ELDERKIN, S««-. and Manage!
îht Fanners anil Wants Insurance ('nni[iany.
DR, JU .vUANS
Museum of Anattmv,
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000.
751 Mark« t St.. San Fraucico.
Go and learn h»>w to avoid dis
♦ a»*« .
n mi l tr«at-
int nt p. th .•iu y ««r l«> 1« tt. i . n
>r g« nit.il w«-ak-
n«*M.<*n hik I ail di«" H- s .>f hi ti.
S« u I t'.r
OxiwulUMii> q free.
Wirt. ULRICH, Disine! Agent. • - MEDFORD. ORtGONi
IF YOU WISH A COOD REVOLVE*
r,.dVUM: SMITH & WESSON'S
Flnent g mull
n ! in « *■ v •• r
n. .luifael h id
an-l the first « i.>>ire<>r uii
« kprite. In caiibrefl X!.
md 1I-I 4I. Single or
d" il.ir uetion. Safety Ham
ri. ri»*»» an-l Target inode!*.
Best quality wrought
•Orel, • '.tn-fuiljr lnupectwl
I r woTlcmanrihin ar ! stork. Unri* al«xl for
linirth. durability » nd arruracy. Do
cyl L«-i!.- riv«il by « heu* *»iu Ue-abic trm imitations
«•ft.-n .sol.! f<>r the genuine -'rtfcle. Tber are unre
and <iaugrr<»ua Tn* S mith * W emoii R«-
3 I VEHS ar.- flt.imned upon \Le l.arrvlfi with firm's
ii i .<■, ad.lre»* and <lat»**of put ent«*, and ar** guar«
nut«'«*«l p. rfrct. Insist upon having them, and If
y ;r :• ;.!«-r cannot supply you, an order »ent to ad-
<!'.s.sb- "W vsilirec.-.. • prompt attention. Deacrip-
tne catalogue mill ¡>ri supnu application.
âJllTli «te WF. wm ON.
Hops— Quoti* ¡KAtk*. per tt>.
Egir»— lbc. pur <ioa.
<JU per hundred.
Idird - Kegs. <>r gallon tin«,
bate—Market stronger, Quote 4fta42c. per
Wool—Quote spring la«4lK<«. eastern Oregon
10t«*14*'.; I limb* und fall.
Pn»vis!ona— Bactin, V«•* 11 <
iiauis, 111^4% 14c.;
Wh« nt Valley, $1 l.rx«ftl 17; Walla Walia,
SI 15 n ell.
Barley - Brewing, w hole. Wk«.90c.; ground.
p< r ton,
Corn-11 0Ü pereti.
Flour— Valley stan.inrdH quoted at $.3 75;
Walla Walia brand*. $3 65.
¿17; aborta, >20; chop $l*«$2i>-
s......—i » barley,
>¿«<^24 -| n*
25c.; fair to choice. UkaSOr.; nt«»re. Ilkai5c. per It.
M«*at—Steady, licit, whuleaale,
dretuu-d. THc.; ahci p ;j*-. p«-i lb. dr.-ar* d. tty*“»c.;
hog8,dr.wH**l 6J*c„ veal,tk«hc.; lambe J2 50 each.
Poultry-Qu*»techick« nri.$5«»$5.50.tor young,
Hiiil y».0l)(a$5.;i0 for «»id; old du« k.-.
g« * s«*
$11 per doz; turkeyn, 15c. j»« i It-.
Freeh Fruita— A p plea $1 50312; «»range«,
tj (XM$4 75 per box; lemona, Sicily, $5
Hides—The market in weak and heavily
stocked, tjuotc ft* 10c, green H(«4c,; Mb«^«p,
pcltm abort wool, 25.4400. medium utxaTho. long
25, htu aring 15<u25c.; deerskins, 25(*j33c.;
tallow, g(MHl to choice. 4^<aoc.
Dric*l Fruits—Suii-dri**i quart«*rcd apph-a,
4(g5c. factory sliced 0**. Oregon pluniri .k<»7c,
Oregon pruu**H .V-lUc.; p< ars K * 10ct; p«.*acn**e,
Wheat No. 1 ship|»ing. $1
Barley - F«*«*d, common t<» iair. Lrx483c.; gocxl
to choh v,
; br* wing, K'x«_i$l.
OatN-<l 15-n $1 37 for common to choie«-.
Potatoes- P» . ri«*H.s S2 uu.„«2 *,0; Burbank
» •«stiingF $2 .V*n«2 •*■>; Garnet Chile, $2 5»»;
Early Rose $2 5(k**2 «Mi.
Ho¡>»—Quotai ions rang«* from 7<.u lhe.
Wool Humboldt and VI* nd«.< iiiv. lArflTc ;
eastern Ure«on, 12- m I* . valley, 19.« 22« ; tall,
mountain tre«*, 12c.;san Joaquin ami Southern,
Butter—For good to fancy’, quote 11( a 17.;
pH kle<!, Ka 15c.
Hay - Quotations raug« from Ab - $13 per tun.
Onioms—J4 Oft « $5 un p« r cental.
The following t«rc Rev. Walton Skip-
worth's appointmentri tor tlie pret-emyear:
Fir.*«! >ahs nth o( each in nth, Medlurd at
11 o’cl-a k a . m ni u 7 r. M . MT*»nd
Cvntial Point «til a m and 7 r. m . ; third
"abbath. Medford ut II a . m i>n«i 7 r. m ;
fouith Saiiiia’h. Ja« k*onviiie at 11 a m a< «1
7 l‘. M
Sailbath . m h<»««l nt Ja< krionville
every Sunday nt 12 m und prayer meeting
every 1 hur&day evening at 7 o clock
lhe following are Rev. R Ennis’ ap-
pQintrncnts: On every Sunday nn>rnii>g,
excepting the third, he wtb hold servo'»«
at the Presbyterian church m I'ho n x; on
third Sunday mon ing at.d • \« tv Minday
evenu g lie will preach at the Presbyterian
church in Jacksonville.
J al« nt church pulpit will be<.cciipied 1st
Sabbath .n the month, morning and tve-
n ng by Rev. E. Ku.'tt; ( Baptist j, 2d and 4»h
Sabbath, morning ami » v*-nu g. by Rt v.
fl. H xe(M. E.); Saohath echowl « v« ry
Sunday at 3 »• m c«»nducted by (i. b.
The tollowiwc appointments have been
made by Rev. R. ( . Ogl--»v : First S n-
day hi each month, at Mrdimd m the
Episcopal church at 11 <«'clo< k a . m
. . an i lit
the Metho iirit church at Jaeksonvi in at
night; second Sunday, at Anth»c|. at 11 a .
m . ami Sum's val »y at 4 r. m . tbi <i Sun
day . at t tnfral Point at 11 a . w. and 7 p m ;
fourth buu«tax , ut Brow nd o?o at 11 a . m .
and Eugie Point at 7 r. m . I iday bt f. re
th«'fourth Su:i«!ay . at the Baptist church
on Antelope, at night.
A Msnuuotli shipment.
The immense arinor-p ale bending ma-
ehii e made by the Niles Tool W irks f ir the
navy-yard at Mare isiand, * abp>rnii. was
>li pped nceiitly over itie Ciwiniiati, Ham
ilton mid Dayton aid buutherti Pacific.
1 tie machine was loaned up- n < ieven .-pec-
slly limit amt .-atra in <*v> 11 it ears
two large-! eastings weigh re-pectivelv 66,-
400 and 6C20u pounds, and ttie gross weight
ot the ttain is 675,330pounO* Tuis tram
will be run through the entire distance. 3 pn
indes, w.lb1 ut change, lhe whi le traiu
wnl be i uii on a apeciai boat at ban Francis
co, and taken up Uis.'scr.,memo river forty
mile- to the island Thefieiglil was paid by
ihe Ndes Tool Wmk> ami i.mounted to a
hitle more than flo.onO. This is the longest
distance any sol d freight irmu »ver nav
eled, and it is the largest shipment of one
single niaihine ever made in the Vnil'll
States. It is expected Unit liie tram wifi
arrive in bail Francisco on April lat.
“SINGLE HASDF.D" JUSTICE.
THB TIMES JOB OFFICE
BEQIKL TO A TKAGtpY O»
One of th» tragic occurrences of early
days in southern Oiegon which still lives
in the memories ot all old settlers was
the burning of the boarding-house of
Mrs. Hinkle at Logtown on Jackass
cieek, ab ut four miles from Jackaon-
ydle, in 1858, and the unfortunate death
in the burning structure of Mrs. Hinkle
anil her two daughters, Gertrude and
Mary. The building was built of logs,
in two divisions, having separate doors
of egress and ingress, the bouse having a
log partition through the center. The
interior was subdivided into several
was occuped by the widow and her
daughters, and the room in the other di
vision was used as a normitoiy by miners
w ho boarded with her. The rooms in
the women's apartments were covered
with three or four thicknesses of naierou
ordinary buuse-lming muslin. On the
night of the fire in the latter part of May,
1858, there were nine miners asleep in
die dormitory, among them Geo. Biack,
who died recently at Sterlingville. About
three o'clock in the morning they were
awakened by an uproar in the other end
of the building, and on rnsbing out into
the nigia air they found the house on
fire. Tiie flames had gained such head
way that they were unable to enter the
looms where the women hail been sleep-
'iig, and it soon became evident that
they had perished. The logs
heavy the fire was very hot, and the bott
les of the three women were almost en
tirely consumed, only a tew bits of bones
and the skull of one, snpiKisea to be
Mrs. Hinkle,was found among the ashes
alter the fire. Across the front of the
lurehead was a fracture which many
thought must have resulted from the
stroke of so axe. As it was known that
a considerable amount of coin aud dust
was in Mrs. Hinkle's possession before
iier death,and as not a vestige uf the same
was found among the ashes, the suspi
cion grew almust into a certainty that
the traces of robliery and murder had
lieen obliterated by fire. There was no
clue to tlie parties, however ; and while a
close watch was for sometime kept upon
the movements of three adventurers,
known by the names of Bullard, Marlin
and Young, who had been boarding at
the house a short time before and who
were then mining a few miles away,
there was no effort made to fix the crime
upon them. Bullard was an itinerant
dai cing master, and the three had been
traveling together fur sometime. After
a few months they disappeared from the
v illey.and in a short time interest in the
unfortunate occurrence lapsed into in
difference, except in the minds of a few
near lelativ. s of deceased, and the affair
was ever after spoken of as one* uf the
unexplained mysteries of a time when
men were too much engrossed in mining
tu give much heed to detective work or
retnuutive justice. Tne fact that Miss
Gertrude llu.kle was known to have
is-en ufiianced to Robert Casteel, after-
waids killed by the Owyhee Iudiaus, at-
'ach-d the greater melancholy to her
sade fat* ; an i evBn yet the story is some-
times In-aid atiout the mountain firesides
in ti e gathering gloom lit up by the flick-
• r.ng pitch-knot blaze, as some oldiime
crone regales the stranger with pioneer
reminiscences. Yet, although known to
few, there was a
SEWUZL TO THK CR1MZ.
MHS. JANE REDDING, Proprietress.
Pawers taken at Reasonable Rales.
and had aeen th**m; that ahe «an sieep-
iiiii uitli her daughter Mary, while tbe
elder girl, Gertrude, hlept in the adjoin»
ing room ; that, after a whiiipered control
tation, Martin inwi*>ted on killing the
woman, as ehe knew them welt, an I
When viewing the army of tramps
there was sufficient light from the moon moving over the land, one la moved to
for her to diatingiiiMi them. He Mated inquire the cause of their existence. To
further that Martin ha i ►truck the bl<»w a disinterested ;e-raon it looka very much
which fractured the elder woman’** skull. aa though our government was f.iatering
Using an axe which tlo d at tlie head of :he monopolies and the milliotiairea to
her lied fur a weapon, and n-at they ba I i be detriment of the laboring man.
then touched a lighted mail'll to the M snv tramps are so, |a>rfor,-e, hecaums
louse wall papei and made their escape they cannot find employment, however
witti ti.eir piunder by «lie d<s»r opuniiig willing or able to work. The trusts and
toward* the ci«'k. tiiiiikimr that the iiiono|a>liea have decreed how many men
sleeping girla would n aku their e-caiie »Indi work, and how long they shall I*
<rum the burning t.uild n.-. or perhaps b- kept at work, and, when thrown out of
rescued by the miner« in th;- adjoining employment by thousand» al thed-ct -.tea
He admitted tlie subsequent of capital, no other retailin'.' is Jeft but
stealing of Hale’* hnrsee, and whil« he to tramp or to a'arve. There is a p-niedy
disavowed having killed the ll likie fam (or thia stale bf affairs, if artisans and
ily, and also endeavur.-d to exonerat-- mechanics will hut agree to co-cja iate
Young and implicit* Martin, be so in 'ii the management of their own i ., toriea
censed Hale that he toraot his intention »nd Vliope
La«a>r reme« ut* .'upital.
of lett.ng the courts administer ¿ »tie- and is invincible when united in co opera
in tne <»se .-.mi L&atiiy !.a:.b-d np the tive iwidiee.
We see going uu here a
powerless wretches, side by Rule un the
same limb, bidding tlie buy lie the n- lactory which will give employment tn,
atas to convenient grubs, and then pro let us Ray, fifty men at an averag • salary
ceeried to catch up his stolen horses of|2 per day each. If each mao I,-Id
Winle encaged in doing so the other Ilia ixMltioa by virtu • of bsiiig a spick-
holder in the company to th« extent of
bor-erinef, Martin, rode up on a neiah
boring ridge about 150 yards away, ai. 1 • ven *118), I iih wage* of course lieing
l-erce.vtng that something was wrung in graded according to In* skill and efficien
camp, stopped to reconnoitre.
Hale cy, each employee would have a direct
saw him and tired instantly as the man l>eisonal interest in the net profit- rd the
was turning lo tide away,wounding him. eoncern, and no Inconsiderale addition
as was shown by bl-ssi along Ins trail. to the regular wage* earned would reault
The fellow galloped "tf.an 1 Hale and the from an annual division of the profit* ac
boy followed at a rapid gate with the cruing from the bu-inee*. Wherever
burses. At Long valley they proem ci the experiment of co-operativecotup'Siii«»
assistance and pressed the fugitive so he* been tried under honest ruanazeuient
closely that be was forced to abandon the result hue been satiafavtory in the
his horse in a canyon and escapeon foot highest degree, and the intelligent work
to the hills. He never showed up again, men have been found tboroagniy coru:>e-
and it was supisised tie perisi e l in the tent to manage their own ailairm Co
hills, as a heavy snow fell the next dav operation ia the thing.
J. C. W ilson .
and a bard winter ensued.
Grant’s Pa<», Or., Meh. 20, 1890.
A party of residents of Rogue river
valley, among whom were C. Magruder,
John F. Miller, D. J. S
CENTRAL POINT ITEMS
other residents uf this county, had also
Peter Applegate iiaa juft returned
taken a band uf stock to liie vicinity uf
Tiuckee that fall and were naturally from a »uiveyiug trip out on Haakeli
thrown in company with the L'mpqua Amy’e farm.
men while there to some extent. In the
Dre. Tatom A Brasfeld are our den-
light estimation in which human life ’inta. They are dandies but no dudea.
was Iffld at that time Hale hadn't much So give them a caR.
fear of having to answer at the bar of jus
Dr. Will Ja<kson of Jack-onvJle wan
tice fur having wreaked vengeance un tils
in town over night recently and railed
two captives; but the mailer weighed un
on hie many friendfl.
ins mihd eometkhat, and in a conversa
Our blacksmith it* tlie happieat tnan in
tion with a Jackson county man, our in
formant, he a-ked him f r particulars town. He Hings all the (irne, work or
about the burning of the Hinkle family, no work. It ia ail the e.iiue to Jun.
and if the truth as to their minder bad
Tommy Scott haa returned an*! will
ever been ascertain'd. Ilia coin [«noon handle tne raaor in bifl fattier'«* Ahop
returned a negative answer, and en hereafter, an Seattle is no goo«i iur him.
quired cona'-ruing the horses Ha e bad
J. 0. Sheridan is the leading hardware
lost in Rogue river vall".v. The latter man of tlie town. He can accommodate
then, in a hurst of confidence, relate ! you with anything you may call for, from
the story of their recove-y and the con a horaeslioe nail to a bath tub.
fession and subsequent ex-cntioti of Bul
Mr. Hershberger met with a Had acci
lard and Young, but enj line ! seoecy as
dent some few weeks ago. He wa* run
to the occurrence upon tus confidante.
ning a drummer down and bdl and broke
At the latter's su^ge-tion he also nar
tiib arm. George ia all tight now, how
rated the full particulars to the sheriff at
Truckee, who ayired him be wuril t not
Mr. Scott, tlie harlier, has bought the
be motet ted fur banging the boraetbieves,
front of J.
1 a class of men whose taking off in any lot in
1 manner the whole community approved. hardware atoie and
At the time our informant left Truckee, a
1 in the early spring of the following year, roomfl.
Mr. Fradenburgh, our livery'm;*n, lias
1 the bodies of the two m-n were still
(reside their camp, and they applied to the city board for i. licviiM* to
were allowed to rot down, as »ell 1 quora in the town of Central*!'.int.
1 no attention was given them. The Ore He will O[*n up a flaioon in the budding
• gon men returned to their several horries occupied by C. W. Savage, he having
most of them are sti l living. The bought that gentleman out. Fred ia .<
whereabouts of Hale and ids adopted solid man.
are now unknuwn,but they were liv
SlNBAD. THE S «II uS.
in the Willamette valley a few years
ago. The geiitlemau who furnished us
LET US HA l’E RETTER HOADS.
the foregoing account has kept Hale's
E ditor T imes :—Allow a eitiz»n s small
' secret well, revealing it to but one man,
a near relative of the deceased Mrs. amount o( space in vour paper to men
Hinkle, until furnishing tlie account to tion that our roads are in a horrible con
us for publication. Recent circumstan dition. If our present road laws will nut
have revived interest in tlie sad oc give uh bener rowio than we have had
; and to satisfy tlie general de .luring the 12 years that 1 have reaided
to know tlie sequel to the murder of in Oregon, they would lie (letter off our
those helpless jyouien, the seal of secrecy statute book. Since I have been here I
has at last been broken.
have seen less grading done than can lie
found at any place east of here. It Heeius
Oxs gets an interesting glimpse of Ben as if Oregonians and Californians depend
Harrison Lorn this siory of tmn, altogether on hauling gravel from the
attributed to Col. Dudley, by the Wash crei-ke, and igno.e plowing, scraping aud
ington correspondent ut tne Chicago giading almost entirely.
Auother tiling : 1 notice that they do
Timfi. We have good grounds for be
lievnig, however, that, while the presi all their work on the roads, during the
dent is ast,allied to invite Colonel Dudley •umtner, and allow the water to settle in
to dinner, the colonel has a good deal ol flat place* in winter until they become
a pull with the adiuintst-atiou. Dudley impassable, instead of ditch ng
is reported as saving:
"Harrison sent draining the water out and putting plank
for me tne week afier bis nomination and sluices in across the load as they become
asked me to act as treasuier of the He necessary during the winter
The bad mud-lioles Linder any kind of
publican national committee. I had
been, you know, of some little service hauling; and if the railroad block'ide is
to him at Cliu ago, and I told him that detrimental to the welfare of the people,
my own atiairs were in such shaue ttial the wagon blockade is a worse calamity.
I muni stay out of the campa gn alto Let us try and manage to have I »-tier
gether. I was iu debt f 12,000 and had roads tbioughout the county hereafter.
I’ ho B ono P ublico ,
just formed a law partueiship in Wash
Talent, Or., March 24. 1896.
ington that promised me a good income
and opportunities to ger out of debt
Tnii N ational G uard .—According to
told Mr. Harrison all this, but he still
seemed to think that I ought to give up the returns made to congress by tne sec
these plans and sacrifice myself on the retary ot war, the aggregate of organised
Harnsonian altar. He said: 'Do this militia in the states and territories ia
fur me and if we win I'il see that you 103,292, comprising Ivi72 <'rti -ere and 92,-
are not the worse for it.' 1 went into the 240 noB-i-onimiKHioned officers and pri
campaign and we won. The 'blucktt-of- vates. No returns were received tins
five’ business came up, and Harrison, year from Florida, Louisiana, Mississip
who had as much to du with it as I did, pi, the two Dakotas or Washington. In
left me with the bag to bold. He has serting last year's figures for these states
never since asked tu see me, has never we have 109.469, or a gain over last year
written me, never otrened hie head about of 3000. Tennesee and New York show
4>ie in any way. Neither have I gone the largest gams over last year. Texas
near the immaculate B Harrison. Here and Ohio the heaviest falling off. There
are losses, too, in California, Colorado,
after I am in politics for HiilmiBteuce.”
Illinois, South Carolina and West Vir
New York leads in number with
A H elen ». Montana, di.pAtcb to the ginia
New York H’orlrf aaya: “The preeidwnt 14 221 officers and men
and Me,” wrote K owhc II B Harrison in has 8493 ; tlien Massachusetts with 5124
a loiter to Sproule Biaden, the chief ol sgainst Ohio 4919. South Carolina comes
the government assay office hete, “are fourth, Georgia sixth and New Jetwey
embai matted by your longer retaining seventh. South Carolina lias three tunes
your office. 1‘leasn obbge the president as many organised militia as North Car
and me by res'gnmg forthwith, and re olina. Arkansas has no militia. Florida
lieving our eml>arraai<ment. The Word?, but 1296. although at one time she report
“the president and me,” were repeated ed 7283 organised militia. On the Pacif
ic coast the militia spirit is active. Cal-
in the letter once or twice and aunelaiiti-
ifo’nia has many more militia than
ally tn the language quoted.” Four
Indiana or Virginia, and Oregon has
years ago Rusnell Harrison had re
nearly as many as Missouri, and more
signed when chaiges were made against
In 1886 our national
him. He aakod leave to withdraw the
militia was but 92,734; in 1887 it was
resignation So that he could dispose of
the chargee be lore going out of office. 100,837; in 1888 it wa* 106,506; and liutt
year it was 109.469. The adjutant gen
Braden was to get the place, hut he cor
eral r*|Hjrts the available unorganized
dially waived his rights and asked that
militia at 7.352,171. The next census
Harrtsou should be allowed to remain
will probably show on the basis of pop
till he had vindicated himself. A few
days ago Braden acquired undesirable ulation an arms-liearing force of 7,000,-
notoriety on account of an attack on him
by the mother of the girl he is engaged
A lxttkb to the Salem Stateaman from
to, who disapproved of the match. In Yainax Indian agency, Oregon, has the
stead of reciprocating Bra.len'a courtesy following: “The former teachers and
of four years ago Harrison write* to bnu pupils of Chemewa will read with sail
that lie will relieve "the president and hearts that Lonella Drew ia dead. She
me” of embarrassment by getting out of died January 21st, of pneumonia, at that
office forthwith. Doubtless ltussell has place, where she had been employed as
a chum who is waiting for the place.
assistant matron since her return from
The great development of the Nevada
mines in the early sixties opened up a
market for horses and cattie, of which
i be thrifty ranchers in southern Oregon
were not slow to avail themselves. In
the early summer of 1861, Cyrus Hale
and a Mr. Bailey of the Umpqua valley
gattiered up a band of horses and cattie
in the district now included in Douglas
county, and started with the band to the
Or. J. C. A ar Si Co., Lowell, Matt.
Nevada mines. Amung the horses were
' ric*j „ ;•*;<!
Worth fb a bottla.
two very fine dapple grey geldings, per-
feet mat. lie- in sixe, color aud action,
uf which Mr. Hale was exceedingly
proud. One night while the party were
camped neur where Ashland now stand«
these two horses were stolen. Hale and
Tilbury Fox, M D , the eminent medical wri
his paitner tracked the thieves to the
AT CENTRAL POINT.
ter, in bis work “Skin Diseases.** thus accounts
headwaters of Emigrant creek, where ail
for the pimples so common on the face and neck.
traces were lost in a light fall ot snow,
Eating too rich or too greasy food, or too hearty
and they were forced to abandon the
eating while the excretory organs are t>ltiggish,
chase. Pursuing their course to Nevada,
causes In most j hjo pie indigestion or a dyspepelal
Where Is kept constantly <»n hand a complete condition, which causes the blood to move slug they arrived in the fill at Dry valley,
and first-class stock of
east of Long valley and shout 8 miles
gishly, which iu turu enfeebles the pores. The
Ironi the Truckee river, where they pre
result is, that theexudiugsecretions block in the
pores, which inflame, each distinct iuflamma pared tosjiend the winter.
Ha'e was a very large, strong man, of
tiou being a pimple
Dr. Fox therefore does
and somewhat reckless dispo-
Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, not prescribe “ blood purifiers*’ so called, but a impulsive
ition, and his constant companion on
“dyspepsia cure” to be taken, to u*e bis own
words “till the dytprpsial symptoms Aavr disap the range was a buy of about 14 years,
peared ” The old ¿J«*a was. that face eruptions who was said to have been an orphan
emigrant w Imtu the generous Hale had
OILS OF ALT. KINDS, were caused by a • humor in the blood.*’ for adopted without legal formality, and
which they treated the blood, giving the mineral
potash. Heucetbe reason why the older sarsa who followed the lusty, determined
perillas contain potash. Joy’s Vegetable Sarsa st. cknisn iike his shadow. Late in the
perilla follows the modern ideas of Dr. Fox, and tall the two were hunting stock, when
aims with gentle vegetable alteratives at the they strayed into the camp of some
•temar h and digestive organs. The reason is ap emigrants camped in ^^ove opening in
parent why it cures dyspepsia and indigestion, to Dry valley. In response to enquiries
and the pimples and skin eruptions which result concerning stock the emigrants stated
And everything eine imaginable in thia line.
therefrom, and why sarsaparilla.* that use min- that they hart nut is'en in the valley
My goods are new and of the bent branda,and »rals tai.
long enough to get acquainted with the
will be sold at the.
range, but there weie three men in camp
around a neighboring point who had
Lowest Ruling Prices.
lieen in tlie valley suinetime, and they
Mart Frain s two yoiince«t boy« and an- could probably give some information
Giv** me a call before goin> e*m*whcrv.
oih'-r boy f< und »n I k'V'd a large grizzle relative to stock. They stroke of the men
J. C. SHERI DAN.
bear on a high mountain above Klamath having two very fine grey horses. Hale
hot springs, near Shovel creek, Klamath
and the boy rode on, and after turning
river They tired tliree stints nt the grizzly,
which downed him in the snow, and con the point of a ridge they came in sight of
the two grey horses feeding on the range
tinued peppering away until bfe was ex
near a camp,and they at once recognized
When satisfied II at he was dead
Cor. 3d and E Street.
they procured aid t<»get hini oft the moun them as the animals stolen from their
tain, a dozen men bring secured, who band near Ashland. The two consulted
hauled him with a long drag rope thri-urh togellrer as to the course to pursue, and
two feet of snow. The grirxlv was weighed
Hide instructed the boy to Ire pie pared
ContHluIng 120 Room», well turntRbcd.
and tipped the beam at
This bear has been a terror ro the raitleand to cover one uf the man with his weapon,
— the best ---
ai'iok men for two or three years past: f,.r a cut-off double-barreled shot-g in, while
Ids scalp a standing reward of S100 lias lie would undertake to look out- for the
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY HOUSE been offered by the stock raisers of that other two with his rifle and side-arms
Having formed their plana they rode on
IN THE STATE.
to the strangers’ camp and found twu
in charge; one who turned out to
IIIIUI TO XOTKTRR.
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup, for chil t>e Bullard was cooking the afternoen
NnUhlmw enfii)oy«l and no deviation In dren teething, is Hu prescription of one of meal, while the other, Young, was lying
the best female nurses and physicians in on a pallet in the mouth of the tent,
Meals % cents; lodging » cents to 50 cents. tlie United States, and has been used for l'he rulers dismounted as though intend
forty years wbh never-failing success by ing to < at with ths men, and, catching
E. LEWI8TON, Proprietor millions of mothers for their ehi'dren Dur
them off their guard, Hale gave the
ing the process of teething it« value is in
agreed signal and the boy at once cov
calculable. It relieves the child from pain
cures dysenterj- .nd diarrhoea, griping in ered Young with his gun while Hale
the bowels, and aind-colic. By giving commanded Bullard to throw up bis
health lo the child it rests the mother. bands. Wasting few words upon them
In the Town of
Price 25c. a bottle.
the determined stockman then comi>elled
Hilliard to lie down, face downwards,and
cioss his hands tiehind him, when he
Casioria is recon mended by physicians bound him securely with thongs and
for children teething
It is s purely vege proceeded to treat
Siskiyou County, Cal.,
table preparation, its ingredients are pub same manner. Hale then informed the
lished »round each fxitt'e
It is pleasant men that the grey horses feeding on the
to the taste »nd absolutely harmless. It
constipation, regulates the bowels, quiet range were his; that they had been
stolen from him, and that he intended
Onr-fourth down, balance within »lx, twelve pail,, cures diarrhoea and wind colic, al
nd elKhtvcn rnnnthe.
lays feverishness, destroys »ortns, and to hang the men who had stolen them.
S'-«- map hi linilmiu« Depot for ar»d<-d prtem prevents convulsions, soothes the child It was his original intention to extort a
D. H. HASKEL.
and gives it refreshing natural sleep. I’as- confession from them and then turn
Town-Site Airrut C. P. K. K„ San Francisco
toria is tlie Children s panacea- the moth them over to the authorities at Truckee
ers'friend 35 doses. 3S cents.
He did not know the men, but was fa
miliar with the circumstances of the
D r . J olleh of Vienna thinks he lias binning of Mrs. Hinkle’s house, and
found la grippe microbe. In this mi knew that suspicionbadatthetime point
crobe business is presented the conntei- ed to three men,known as Bullard, Young
part of the battle between the Austra and Maitin, as having tieen responsible
lian ladybug and the cottony scale on Jfor the death of the three women aa well
the orange tieea of southern California. as for the burning of the house.
Hale attached ths rope first to Bul
The lad} bug destroyed the scale. There
TAGE? LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY must lie ladybug microbes which lika lard's neck and started to draw him up
Monday an«l Friday nt « o'clot-k a . m . for the other microbes raw on the half shell. to th* limb of a tree near the tent, when
W’ildervilie.rrturningTutnday .«»and Saturdays.
Stage leave** for Uniontown on Wednesdays When this fact is ascertained, a man the felluw said he had a statement to
at lOo’elock A. M., returning Thursdays.
can have l.iineelf explored for microbes make before being hung. Telling him
that are injurious to him, and if they to speak quickly, Hale relaxed the ro;>e,
are found be can rquirt a colony of their and the fellow proceeded to detail the cir
enemies into him with a hypodermic cumstances of the burning of Mrs. Hin
syringe and go about Ins business, while kle's hou-e at Logtown,stating that Mar
LAST NOTICE TO TAX microbe meets microbe and they fight it tin, Young and himself bad entered ber
out on his inside. In this way life may apartments on the nigtitof the fire atiout
not only lie a battle-field, hut every man one o'clock, robbery liming their object,
himself a battle-field. Wellington and tn they knew she usually kept consider
axes fob the year im » a re now dvr Napoleon military microbes may meet able gold in the house, and also knew
and payable awl will become dellnoucnt af
ter April 1. lsiMi. An « arly payment of name n and turn him into a Waterloo, fight for w here to search for it. He asserted that
requw*t«*d, ae it wjil be nrceasary to turn over the poere-fion of his gall sack, and the i the three were in the bouse almost two
atate arul acbool taxes to county treasurer defeated army may retreat 'hi his dno- hours, obtaining *600 in gold coin, a lit-
within the time •pccifl«! by law. The law I d
n iation to collection of tax«« will be strictly dedum, pursued by the shouting victors i tie dust, a gold watch and some gold
into the echoing stretches of the trans j-welry, in all about *800 worth; that
JAMES G Bl ROSE Y.
verse colon. Yes, there are great possi ■ they were about to leave when Martis
Bheuff «^f JuckMon county. Or«>er>Q.
faueied mot tbs eider wraan wee awake
bilities in this microbe theory.
Ja<k4snvHie, Or . Mtrdb ». WV
l’lin-liHM-rs <>f property or Capital Stock of the
J. 0. WAI r, M. D».
P H Y H I < i A N A «X D S L R G LO X
Sash, Doors, Blinds
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
• ’ i. r marked effect of the use of this
m* xvMH the si lengthening of my
-Ms Carrie Adams, Holly
■ 1 h id a drv • aly humor for years,
-Ii r bly ; and. as my broth-
•’» r xv ."'«« similarly afflicted, J
- i !.
.* i.i» idx tn hereditary. I*ast
Dr. T run. (<»f F«rnan«lina,
.> ;■ i .’ii!m*i.d«*«l ine tö take Ayer’s
• n ..ilia, .*".■! continue it for a year.
*(t< "k it «iaily
• i i ¡1 •«’ 'nish upon mv bo.lv for the
. ... -Ii- ' -T F. Wiley, 14«
• ; i»« is st., N \v York City.
“ ..n- • ' «II an I winter I was troubled
• «I ill. hraxy pain in my side. I
n :i • it tuiii h at first, but it
grew worse until it became
't n ii. * it abb*. During the latter
- ' f ti«*«« «»me. disorders of the stoin-
.u i hver ¡n r«*ase«t inv troubles. I
n r iking Ayer s Sarsaparilla, and.
Lcthfullv continuing tlie use of
' tne f«»r t»«»me months, the pain
I und 1 wan ««»mpletely
.Mrs. Augusta A. Furbuah.
ii .\\iLiil, Mass.
JOS. C. SHERIDAN, PROPRIETOR
*:. k inedkim* it an Alterative, and
ru.lir «I change in th« system,
j . .'riS. in mmii «* cases, may not be
so ra-'bl as in others; but, with
’«• h »■, the result is certain.
if. th«*-*? testimonials : —
r two years I suffered from a se-
¡•; ii iu m.v right side, and had*
. i oiiblcs earned by a torpid liver
After giving several
¡m-s a fair trial without a cure, I
t«» rake Acer's Sarsaparilla. I
i x I» neiiied by the first bottle,
. a\itig five bottles I ww coin«
■ .y cured.'*—John W. Benson, 70
. « « re e st., Ix»w?ll, Mass.
.st May a large carbuncle broke out
rm. The usual remedies ha«l no
t '.d I xx .is confined to my bed for
• -x • ks. A frieud induced me to fry
. s Sarsaparilla.
Less than thr»*e
'.»7*8 healed the »ore. In all my expo»
e with medjeintt, I never saw mora
BEEKMAN & REAMES'
The company reserves the right lo change nailing «lat« > without n.»tic*
J. R. NEIL.
P U Y * I C I A N
• I b)i-eases E.re cured by
persevering use of Ayer’s
..nd “v*r> l.inu generally to be found in a firs*
I oiintry Ht'ire.
I AS MORTON, Msnager
Bonanza. A|iril IS IsSS
FROM YAQl'l> A:
Will*. • tt«- Vuin y. Saturday, . March
Sum I ay,
Will pracfice in all court** «»f the Stat«*. tirtic«
In tm* C*>urt H «usr, ibird d«H»r !•» i« tt »t cm
Clothing. Boots aud Shoos.
Groceries, Hat dwi re
P. P. PRIM,
Compl,t,ly Cnr«d by Ona Botti,.
St Ubo y. III, May IS, ISM.
My wit, wu truubled wlux neuralgia and
attar using un. Issile ut BL Jacube Oil was
PI VX SV(-»»SOB TO J.O. HAM
<r. "f Bonanza. Klamath county, or.,
»•it a I hiuh and tiivt ciaaa Mock of
ar«» now «»u th»
from Port bind,
8old( 'ht*Hp for <'fu*h. Every ««dy in
i'Vite*l to r-a'd an«i t'XHiume gtxMlA and prr*m- be
f ie iHiH fihnf k *d»vwhere. You can ulwayn Hud
>i> hand h fail Jme of
Ufftoe in Abirn buiklin*. Front Str« « t.
lastui Ra-‘Of d ies* Application.
Boonvllte, Mo Dec 28, IMS.
I suffi red dreadfully with neuralgic palna
tn head,which aftected face and eye*. I could
&ui attend to work I obtained instantançons
relief from first application of St. Jacobs OIL
H. M. CLAM.
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
ATTORNEY ANU tOUN'sELoR AT LAW.
TNI CHARLES A. VOQELER CO.. BalUnaf,. M.
ATTORNEY AND LULNSLLOH Al
IT 18 THE BEST.
A t DaroGisTi
MKKTMG OF COURTS, ETC
The auprvine c »urt ot Or. g «n nv—w nt
Salem, regular term-* <*.»tuui«*n<'ing *.u> tie m
Monday«* in March and * h i «1» r; als- at P.
dletou, c »inmencing on rtr*t M n lay in Maj
Tn«* circuit <• »urt fori he first judicial -LMri
ait« m J;u.ks.»n county on lirst M
April, September an I l> •«• ini»-r Iu 1\ ..iitn
ounty .in ■*♦*«-'.»nd Mon lay in Jun.' un i Hint
M m lay >u Nov«*u»brr. iu Lak--count v <>nth-
.mr l M mda> m M *> an i tne f . «• >n I M »n la\
in October. In J »a phme county on tirat
M mdays in March an ! AuguM
F »r Jac ks »n county tn«* c «unty. pi «»»at * an I
c»»mmis.smn<Ts* court* in- « t « v ry ui »nth.
c «inm»'ue;ng with ta. first .M >n lay; t >r J ».s--
phiuv county, the fir*t M n ta> in January
April, July and September; r.»r i..«k- ciuntv.
every aji-rnat«* in >nth, comm neing th. iir*t
t.»n lav in January, t >»r Kiamath county th«'
s !4t We ill'S lay iu March, Jun . Sept-iub< r
LAIL a COP TTY.
ATTORNEY AND COVN s EL o K
THK M i KK El>.
Ev.-ry lx>dy Should Go and Seo the
riRHT JIWIAL UWTKK T.
STATE OF OREGON.
U.S Rrnaton. J. H. Mitchell. .1. N. Dolph;
Cougrrtertniau, B. H« riuann; G*»v. rnor, S. p. n-
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