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AOVIRTIBINO AND «IO» WORK
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THE TIMES JOB OFFICB
¡tat»-« of Sulm« riplIoD :
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1891
•!ii*c »p> ¡ m r aniMHii. in »uivanee. «
•• six month*.........................
STATE OF OREGON.
f s s«*uat »1*4, J. H Mitravi. J. N- Dolph;
C tincn*.*»:nti.ì, B. ¡4 •rm.iun; G »wrn«»r, S. P» n-
u iy rr. S« vr» tary u! Mat»*, G»*unn‘ W. M»-
Bn t«-; St tt-’ 1’r«* wtirvr. Pun M» tHvmtn .-’tut»* i
Pr.nt’tT F. < . Bak r. Su|H. Pub!»»’ i'itf rm tiui»,
Elr.»y, ’»uur. m • J «i U» -. K. S. Strahan,
Chief JualiC'*;W. P l. »r i. K. >. H an.
REAL ESTATE AGENT 1
F1MHT JUDll’Iil. UlMlilHT.
SILAS J. DAY,
< > i**ïi» o 11
<*iRU|»rBiiii( Ja< K-*nt, J i-u-paiii■*. Lak»* and
Kia uat ti u»»ufit u ’ h . t 'itviiit Ju I - , u. K. vl»-
•tvr. District Ao »rtivy, W M » »Ivig.
Abstracts Made of Titles to
J.VKHOX » ». X TF
s‘fiat »r, L’.I ». »■.i.ii Tut; it •pr >vntiit!veM,
S. Fiiny..!. «V d i i»U. J d d t I; County
Juta -. I K s d; • ».n HI- ; »11 » % < W. fay-
.or, B ii. il.r. in »ibi,t I- i r . M. d itlfi ;S!i» i itT, J.
G. Bir-tari. R v inb r, *V. M. ii dmtv; 1’rva*-
nr -i‘, G. E. Bi«Miiiiri, Ari-v« ui. 1. L. H i.iiilljii;
Sv a »ol Supt-rml» u •i»-nt, » ’• ?». I*» ir •; Surv»yoi
P. Appl«*i<At<*; <’»r.»n-r, J. S. Parcou; Slur
in.Nprclor, W. F. S.»n»c»*r.
Of allkurl«.lriw«t up. ■-P" 'h I'llamlug
to tin- H'-ttlellielll ot < «lat. S.
Colliri r o» Ifrounh. I'rumpt Rfinlllm*»1-
J uni S i it >r, W. '»I. ( i.iir, Il •prr.-‘rntafivr,
il. il. Miller; » <>iint> .lu Irff, V. t’uivix: C«»m-
¡IIIINDHliTN. » ’. ’ ». H im - L»w, P. illllseil, » i. i k, C.
K. < ' i iii-i »r; SiuTiit. Jam«’.-» t‘.
ur, J »V. 'wii»*r«’r; AMt-wAor, ri. C. Harmon.
Sen ».4 --up riiiK’ii i«,.ii, W. \ M is.«*it*; Survey
or, < . W. tl.iv« in; * »r »«> i . Ur. Waliacv.
Kl.AMAI'll 0)4 N UY
Jo.al S -nator. t . A. »
.1 ot Lake; R« p-
rcHviiNit i ve. A. Sni<i«»r »»I Lak •; »'»unty Juixe,
J. S. Orr; t arn i»is>*i.mere Ii. it. <'.>mp*<>ii,
< . S. Silvern; Ciri K, A. L. i. aviti. Stirrilf, Fi.
W. Gowan; l'rcmiur. r. Wm. E. Il »w«-; A-nes-
•»«•r, J»»lin Smart. S»* q » oi Supr. lUtrndviit, I*. I..
Foo it.ua. Survrj ■ >r, Iwa L ■»< •.tr 1; Cor-mur, J.
Joint Senator. » A. C omnw » ii of Lak«*; K«-p
rudentati Vi*. A Sm Jrr; Cuuiitv JulX’’. W. A.
WilMairr; C« ».uiilivw.. »ari««, A. V . i.au , li«’ ». M
J »uva: Clerk, W. N.Sutton; SUertlX, W. i'.ilt i t
Douomrh; Stock liwpevior, l>. R. Jones.
Inv. «Imeni s.-cui-itl- - a Sp.-eiaily. Jackson
County Scrip B »irtlii iin-l >
1 hnv.-n ' 'Ufi- t' - t I 'tal - -.I all I htlyr
l.-lli'talll I H-' crinita, H'1‘1
«tract« ne.nthly from I! - burs
I am t Im- |«i • po'"I to rim»«
out lloim «temi ini'l Pre-, ini’ti'm pup» th . and
can savt-1«» parti« n th»* » xp» ita«‘ <»t a trip *"
<■ to all .utters.
i H.. laiun, Esq..
1er, Juilire of thi.
viewot henee in Position.
Mta.KTl.NU »>F t’OUHTH, KTC.
The supreme court of Orej<«m meets at
Salem, regular termi* commencing on the tirsi
Mon.tayi» in .March an<t October; ata«» at P* n-
dleton, commendnj< on tir-*t Monday m May.
L’ne tirvuit court f»»rt nc first judicial district
aits in Jackson county on first Mondays m
April, September an I Devemoei*. in Klamath
county »»n s«»cond Monday in June ami first
M<»n«iay in November, in Lake count v on the
.nini Monday in May and the secund Monday
m Octoinr. in Joecplime county on first
Mondays ut Marcii and August.
F >r Jaeks »:i county tn»- county, probate and
commissioners' courts meet every month,
comm« nr’.iig will» the first Monday; tor Josc-
painv county, the first .Monday m January,
Aprii, July an i Sepie,nucr; t h l*akv county,
every alternate in mtti. cominenciug tin- hist
M onday in January, t or Klamath county the
nn*t MTcdnuaday Gl M ircu, June, ttaptvrber
BEEKMAN & REAMES'
NEAT. DURABLE. STRONG AND CHEA?
H.I.II.I .1 ■ ■
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YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
can take Simmons
without lors of time or dan
ger from exposure. It
takes the place of a doctor
‘and costly prescriptions
and is therefore the medi
cine to be kept in the
no dangerous ingredients
but is purely vegetable,
gentle yet thorough in its
action, and can be given
with safety and the most
satisfactory results to any
person regardless of age.
It lias no e<|ual. Try it.
CRY OF MILLIONS!
STOP IT kOW.
Xliort Line to (Ju Hf ornili.
FREIGHTS <fc FARES THE LOWEST
W. H. PARKER,
STEAMER SAILING DATES.
ATT'tKNEY AND Vol N-ELOlt AT LAW.
Ja rX i’/Hriilf Or.
U . iamette
W . 'amt tte
Wiil uiu tt.
Vai!« } ,
Thursday. May. . 7
Saturday, May.If» , Willamette
Sunday. May............. 24
Sunday, May........... d
FROM SAX THAN» ISCO
Valley,Sun.t.n . M.«v. .
\ alley. Tu» M»lav, Slav
Valley, Wotlm -Ja.», 'faj ....
Valley. Thursday, Maj
K' • p« the Inrg' i t ak ot
The company rraerves the right to change sailing dar s without notice.
ATTORNEY ANI! I . H NSELOlt AT LAW.
Trains connect with the 0. A
R. R. and River B:»ats al Corvallis and Albany.
VINZS AND SHRUBBERY
Trim N ■ : will run r»i' s tays, Thursilavs and Saturdays, jmd ou ini rm l ait »lays when
ivr "ii.v. i rain N<». 4 will run M<»n lays, tat tin '.«Ja> s ami Fridays, nii'l < tn int <rrn' liiito days
when n»‘’r» 8-ary.
T. E. Hogg, R» reiver.
P. P. PRiM,
ATTOKNEY ANO COUNSEL«Hl AT LA W.
C. C. HOCUE,
Gen I F. A 1’. Ag’t. (> P, IL R (.’<»,
i ’orv il li». Oregon.
W. B. WEBSTER
(ieu’l F. A I’. Ag’t, » >r»v«>n Development Co.,
i<<lM»»nth.'orit4*ry Ht., Han Francisco Cal.
in all court* <>r th.• Mate. utltec
in the Court House, third door to left ut » n-
NO APHIS ORLiCE
I have been troubled many years with
disease of the kidneys and hare tried
tnanv different reriedien and have
sought aid from different physicians
without relief Abuitthe 15th of April
I was suffering from a very violent
attack that almost prostrated me in
such a manner t.»:«t I was be.it over.
When I sat down it was almost tenpossible for me
to get up alone, or to put on ny cl<
kind Providence <rnt I»r H-n'ev,
OREGON KIDNEY 1!.> ti my
hotel. I immediately couirienced
using the tea
It had an almost
miraculous effect, and to thr aston
ishment of all the guests at the uotel,
in a few days.I am happy to state,
that I was a new man.
recommend the tea to ell afflicted
as I have been
G A TUPPER.
‘< u’ «’
Skunl.i K m i ,d
NE PLUS ULTRA.
J. H. NEIL,
« ’.i.i tioperi<*>
pi •• it> •• ••
s •• lrt •• “
i iiriiishvi r«?RH<»na
ATTOKNEY AND coi N.'LLoll AT LAW,
Stockmen to Clear the Roads.
An aei passed by the legislature at the last
sbssiun concerning the obstruction of public
highways by stones and debris left by herds
or flocks driven over or along the road» » oi
interest to stockmen and to road supervisors,
especially in tbe mountainous district« most
frequently used by drovers. It is as follows;
An Act to prevent and punish the driving
or herding livestock along or near public
highways (not toll roads) and causing the
same to be obstructed.
S uction 1. That any person or persons
driving or herding, or causing to ^e driven
or herded, cattle, horses, sheep or any kind
of livestoci along or near s public highway
and causiug sucn highway to be obstructed
thereby with stones, earth or other debris,
aud living the same to so remain
than twenty-four hours, shAll be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon convic
tion thereof shall be fined In any sum not
exceeding two hundred dollars, such ®ne to
ta* enforced as other fines In criminal case®;
and justices of tbe peace of the county where
the offense is committed shall have original
Jurisdiction of all violations thereof.
B bction 2. Inasmuch as many of the pub
lic highways of thia saate are being oonatant-
ly obstructed by the herding and driving of
livestock, this act shall take effect and be In
force from and after its approval by the gov
Approved February 20, 1891.
AeruM tbe Deep, to tbe Far West,
O" R'camiioaU. <*» • a«»d stage-» oiwbea,
H stctur’B .Mutiia» b Butera ta carried a>
tbe most imp» r’Miit ¡»ecu in tbe tnatert
ui» dtea «d thr tra«» li«»r puMic. 1» dri»rtvr>
<re»«w*iin^NMMWvwawaaaMta« b u rtha I
prop»rtirs and ex»*»rrtb'e ttnvur. cuunt»*r-
ibe pernicious effects up«»n tbe etom-
4ch oi bud or indigestible food, remedies
cramps, heartburn and wind upon the
It is a tine defence against
malarial dta« rders, nullities the effect of
• X'-essne beat, cold and damp, relieve*
*it k tieadnciie, and ia an incomparable cur»
f »r costivencKb and biliousness. Th»
fstigue ot travel olten tells most disas
iron lv upon invalids and convalescents,
occMMonuJiy to such rX'ent as to jeopar-
d'Ze life. Persons in feeble health, appre-
iien-tve <»f ban effects from travel, will, il
provided wi h the bitters, be far less likely
to have thrir tears real zed
SOON IT WIIL at TOO LATX.
HARDWARE AND TINWARE DEPOT
Spraying for San Jose Scale.
Tlis folluwiugwwsgiven to tbe Celifi-ruia
Fruit Exporter «and Farmer” by l>r. W. J.
Dobbins <»ue of tbe largest growers of prun»*s
In Vaca valley:
• Do you know that it i* no trick to kill
the San Jose scale? No? Well it Isn’t. If
grower- will spray thoroughly with lime,
aalt and sulphur the seal»» I h easily killed.
I will tell you my formula. I take twenty
pounds <•( sulphur, ten pound« of lime and
thirty gall-ms of water, cook and constantly
stir until it takes <»n a dark re»l c»)lor. I
th“U dissolve «»r slake fifteen rounds of salt
and forty pounds >f lime in thirty gallons of
cold wat» r. Wh«*n I get ready to spray I use
twenty-five gallons of tho cooked lim»» and
suljdiur. fifty gallons of the slacked lime and
salt and tw»*nty-flve gallons of hot water.
When in th-» spray-box this mixture should
b»» continually stirred while spraying. It
won’t do to allow the ingredients tn settle.
I have a man - -n th? box to do nothing else
but stir and drive. Trees should not b»i
sprayml with this mixture in the spring or
suninvr, l>‘cause serious results will follow.
It should 1 h » applied in the winter-time when
the tr»*e is dormant. One thorough spray
ing will eradicate all traces of the Sau Jone
AT CENTRAL POINT
Catarrh Can't I m * Cured.
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as th*y
cannot rea h the seat of tbe di!*e»8*
<'rttartb is a blood or constitutional dis
ease, and in order to cure it you have to
Where is kept constantly on hand a complete take internal remedies. Hall’s Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, and acta directly
and first-elaAft Mock of
mi the blood and mucous surfaces
Catarrh Cure is no qua» k medicine It
was prescribed by one of the best pbysi
vians in ibis country f»»r jears, ana is a
regular prescription. It is composed of
Stoves, Tinware. Cutlery, the
best tonics ki own, combined with the
beat blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of ibe two ingredients is what pro
such wonuenul results in curing
OILS OF ALL KINDS duces
calairb >end for testimonials fiee
fr . .1. CHKNEY A Co , Props., Toledo, O.
b»»ld bj d-uggisis, price 75c.
JOS. C. SHERIDAN, PROPRIETOR.
Will practice In all court. >>t th. -I.
tu tue Court House, Ursi dour Ioidi .«I eii-
J. C. CARSON, hS7
Sash. Doers. Blinds
Will practice in all court* «»I lh< Sial«-.
In i.irta a brick, up-^tMirs.
I». .1 . r in
WINDOW AND P late glass
ROBEST C. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AND COI N.'ELOK
Gra/it’i l‘a»9, Oregon.
ViBee In Layton A Co.'s brick, upataira.
•I. B. WELCH.
A complete map of Oklahoma and the In-
•liau T< rr-.tcry, tn "oW*,
»U tb* dit-
fiTcnt reservations and num? of tribes, and
And overvthinir ctor hiuurinablc in this line.
number of Indiana occupying the earn»».
My K<M>ds arc n«-w and ot the beat branda, and Also showing date of treaties and those that
wil’ be sold at tbe
Lav».* Ih*»*n ratified by congress. 2,000,000 acres
of which will be opened to white settlement
Lowest Ruling Prices.
not lat» r than September, railroads, rivers
By tho Thousand !
and all prominent towns. A fine llthograph-
G’ve me a call before goln> e sewhere.
i • bird h eye vl»*w of Guthrie, the capital of
N(»W T \KING (>K-
<h«rs tlir«»ugti Jauk'itiH ami
Oklahoma Territory, 24x36 inches, showing
il» h for
30 cuts of the finest brick and stone blocks
on tbe margin of the picture. The above de
scribed map and picture will f»e sent to any
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY.
address, postage ¡»aid, on receipt of fifty
Any Kiii'l riita«il in a first-claws Nursery.
cents. Stamps taken.
West Guthrie Oklahoma, advertising agent
Tliost' wanting tr»*«*s will <b»well to giv»' me
t h»'ir orrlffi*. iu I will g'nirant»*» Mil isfaution.
I warrant a I iny tr« » *. tl pr<»)•« rly cared tor.
Terms ot payment < a-\. Produce tak«‘n al
Take it Before Breakfast,
tiliilkr 1 price. ‘ h;ttairt M. ot Ft -¡It'll -‘»••ti wantfsl.
\. S JOHNSON.
The great appet’zer,tonic and liver regu
Jacksonville.Oregon. Anur. 1. Is-«.
and lator. In use for more than 50 years in
England. Positive specific for
and cuini laint. Bad taste in the mouth on
rising in the morning, null pains in the
■ • • • - JHA H II HH ITKII . . . .m
and l>»Mdaml back of tbe eyes, tired feeling,
-hzzint 8s, languor—3j nintoms of liver cow-
à SMITH & WESSON _
limit, iiemvdy—Dr. Henby's English
hand* lion T'-nic. K»litves constipation,
sharpens the appetite and tones up the
(t nf ar 111 eorl ■
»-t tiie system. Get the genuine from your
— The Flnett Small Arma E»er Manufactured ■
druggist fei fl. and take according todirec
< « uh ranter •<!
■ U".' Alh h Vr-; r~- r
Baby McKee on the Rampage,
I*. M. Hlld
An important event oc»'Urred In administra
„ WORKMANSHIP and
■ CONVENIENCE In
tion »»irclcs in WusblDgtuu last week. Baby
_ LOADING and SAFETY.
McKe»* doniKvl pants aud in tho exuta-ranc»*
" Beware of cheap iron imitations.
of his delight strutted all over the white
■ Sand fcrllwtr tad Cat
>’ ■ list"tog
house, calling up everybody to take note of
his manly Hi»j»ear;ince. All would have gone
SMITH 4 WESSON,
well hud it not ta«vn for the fact that thr
srniM.nn a. . wins ."
youngster met the wife of a cabinet minister
in th»» oast park»r, wb«» bad several young
ladies with her. Young McKee called out to
FIRE ^ND MARINE
th»» lady in a loud voice : “Do you wear pants?
I do.” Ther»» were blushes, a slight scream
and Baby McKee was rush»»d oft to the con
»rtOHNKY AND fOL’NSELOK AT LAW.
tirant’« /‘tin/*, 1/rryoH.
Jackson County Bank.
O. F. DEMOREST,
xi i :i>i"<>i< i>, < >i<
RESIDENT 1> F. N T ! S T.
DE BAR. M. D.,
Does a General Banking Business, and Buys and Sells East
ern, Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
A N D SURG E O N.
COLL23TIOITS A SP32IALTY.
J. A. CEISEHOORFER, M. O.
MONEY LOANED ON FAVORABLE TERMS
PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON,
Tolo Townsite and Milling Co.
<Mhut in Aik»-ns bn Udi ng <»n < all furnia !*t rr»t.
utili » h»»uis lu to 12 a . m . 2 t». 4 and • t»» s. r. m .
Il,h .III Main streit, in I'liilders' Iculdina.
< a. . i.roiuplij attend. .1 lo, .|.«v ami uu.it.
TAKE PUBLIC NOTICE
E. P. CcASY, M. O..
I' H ft 111 AN A N I> » T K G K <> N.
i • .h»
E. B. PICKEL, M. D.,
I’ It Y 8 I € 1 A N A N I» 8 U K G E O N.
Of the Franchises and Privileges granted to F. H. ROWE
August 7th, 1888,
By the incorporators of said company, now on file at the
Recorder’s office, in .Jacksonville Jackson Co.
W. S. JONES,
P 11 V -> I « I A N
SI It G E <> N.
THE OREGON LAND CO
—WITH ITS —
Home Office fit
illuni. Ore «fon
TILE FOR SALE
UtJk- -Ihinüii’fl Bl».» k.
Better Than a Gold Mine.
Ten acres set to fruit when in a bear-
yield an income
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000.
of from |3o»»o to |450O j per year and
txpensive machinery to
.1 L« " • üb» ry. President.
operate it. A fruit-raiser in the Wiliam*
li. M. Grant, Secretary and Maunder. ettevalby requires but a small outlay,
has ail the advantages of a civilized and
cultured society, has good and convenient
markets and receives a belter income from
the same investment than can be bad from
any other line of business
You can get
this land from |55 to >75 per acre of The
Oregon Land Conn any ot Haleni,Oregon,
<»F PORTLAND, OREGON.
.» .- |»r »nipt Attended to Day <»r Night.
» Uhr» on B str«x*t.
Telo, Oregon, October 4, 18^!».
R. PRYCE, M. D.,
LUCKEY 4, CO
Probably Coming W Oregon.
P II Y 8 l C I A N AND 3 U It G E o N,
■tifi.. ■.« Wi’itaias Brick Huilai nir. up-stalra.
Grain, Stock and Fruit Farms. Also City and
J. C. LEE, M. D.,
for the purpose
■1 he , «>r«g. n r,.„.i«-<,
«“w(> y iHrH
, i . ji . i ■«<,.«
on - orland « f. flve to iwerfty aero tracts. Th.- hu « c « wh ot this unilertaking 1« shown In th.
P II Y ’ 1 1 I A N
Tiling of All Kinds
Will Sell, Lease, Rent and Handle
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REAL-ESTATE OS COMMISSION
N. D. YOUNC,
i: V i;
.lfft ks«-ntill»'. firt'.»«n.
^nrv-jiiu* <»tall kind- d-nein a first-class
marni» r and a* r< a««>n.ibi<- rat» «;.
;^"'P« < ;il attention pai»! to hicating gov
DO YOU WANT TO SAVE
i«« '.»» < i:x rs
Agents for Cyrus Noble Distillery, Jos. Selilitz Brewing Corn
Milwaukee Bottled Beer, Schrnidt A Co.’s Sarsaparilla and
I Iron Water; also Arcatliar Mineral Water from Waukesha. Wis-
63 Front Street, Portland, Oregon
Its Causes and Cure,
tifleaily tit :o <l by an mu i-t of worl<!-
reputiif •<•»». It.ifii — . nviU at. .| mu »| < n-
t ut ' i!.->! tr.iin 2»' ’■ .M> \ ar«'Manding.
allotlier fiiatiiit m-
iffieulty is n arii' I and t m-. insi removed
» \piaiiUNi in » in i/.u-.. with alfidav-ti
lesi’.m »ma.' of cun « ¡Kim prominent
le, mailed ft. r.
DR \ FONTAINE,
d " • t II h Si J. V
Best Cough Mo-li<’ine. Recommend««! by I”..'. ¡«•inns.
Cures wi' re all else fails. Pleasant and agres able to the
taste Children take it without object ion. ¡1« flr'igL'i^t'’-
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
- • »
From Mr. L. Samuel, president of the
Oregon Press Association* It is ¡«Mimed that
at th«* session of th»' National Editorial Associ
ation. to be held in St. Paul next month, a
str»»ng pull will ta» made to have tbe session
of 1HV2 held In Portland. As every state in the
I nion has from flveto fifty’ delegates in the
National Association, and as each member is
cither a proprietor or editor ot a paper, som»»
id»»a «*aii ta» formed of the benefit whi<»h the
visit <»f so intelligent a body of men is likely
to prove to the northwest.
Farm lor Sale.
Wh Woa\^'„1Hke'“iriabh’lmp’rr>v.'m. nts in the way of roads, f. nees, cl. armg th.- lan.l ' ro
We can «*1 a suiaU tract otbrird lor the sani.- price p.-r aero you would have to pay for a
A guu<l farm ainl st<>< k raii’ h.» tmlainin^ ltifi
A Choice Collection of
aci » -; loo urn s un it r t» nut-, titi acr<’-< in culfi-
vatiun. tit»»»«! huiiMu an-l outbuihiings and
I nuc<*«ary barn room. Fruit enough for a
K full ussortiuent of blank« for the use
Hmall tainllj . Two living apritigH on the p’aor.
of justi'-es of the pca.-e and constables can
handy forHtoek and irrig»:!i«»n |»urp»»s<*a. The
idaec is I «rated thr» » miles northwest of Eagle
always la- found at the T im » office; also
Point.ami nin»- inih's from Central Point rail-
deeds, niortgaires, Irills of sale. leases,
I und ?» «• uh
roml Htation. If ?oid before hnrveM tiie crop fin»! It to thrir int«»r<»Ht to
niechanie'« In ns. I«md«aud every legal blank
will go with the pla» ♦ . A small buncJi of cattle
generally u«ed In Oregon. They are printed
and H»»mr hogs will b»» sold also, if desired.
the latest and best forms, and will bo
Terniw easy; two-third« cash, iuilanr»- to Huit
sold at Portland prices. These Is no neces
i»urchH*«*r. For particular* en<|tiirt* on the
place of t hr proprii t. tr.
sity tor sending awav for your legal blanks.
And Ln porter of
SEND FOR PAMPHLETS. MAPS ? PRICELIST.
Il EBEBV Ki >FE' Il I l.i.v IM OHM THE
tarin» n* an • hu».•rm« p< < p,e ot Jacason < o
that I have b» »*n appoint <il». r«uty Organizer
of Allianc»-’* an<l Imhtatnul I nion-« in this
count.', ’.'orrespond. nee solicited from all
whi> arc ic.-irou- ol orirai. /.¡ny Alliances.
SAMLEL H. llul.r Piiumix« Or
k EULL LINE OF THE BEST AND MOST
A fashionable cloths, tlntshings, etc., con
stantly kept on hand, and nothing but first.
.-I hss work turtle«! out.
•JI orders filled promptly at reasonable
rates and satisfaction guaranteed.
. .. ..
Medford. Ma 13. IKS»
»end th« marvelous Frenrb
Remedy CALTHO8 free, and a
l“K*l guarant»* that C althoi will
* TOP Dtacharfea A Eadaalwa.
aa4 RESTORE Ua V|<wp.
Use it and pay if satisfied.
AtMraM.VON MOHL CO.,
Boh tasrieaa ¿pate, (.ladaaaU, Ohh.
Tew lines,onefnsvrtla«»........ .j..............- W JJ
•• •• each subeequent insertion............
IWD-gal ad vert lsemenu I neert e«l rvaaonabW.
A fair reduction from the above rates made
to yearly andjime adwrtlsera.
THE OLD PI0KEER8..
The evening daily gets just too fanny
for anything In tieating the Mossback
question as to sending a Moss back to
the Chicago fair. We maintain that
Oregon might do worse than to exhibit a
whole platoon of Mossbacks at tbe
World’s fair. I d doing so it would ex
hibit a specimen of manhood and woman
hood that bad tbe pluck and energy to
croas tbe trackless plains and wend its
way through the rugged mountains nl a
men unknown continent, and in th.
lace of boafils trilree of wil<t Ind ana and
savage treasls of prey it laid th« founda
tion Tor a great and piospoou. state
here on the Pacific coast. While th«
“tenderfoot” of to-day, the new blood
that is to make Oregon one of the fore-
moet states of the Union, was livirg in
peace and qaiet and reaping tiie benefits
of fie environment in tire land of school-
hoa.ee and churches, these Mowsbaek«
were living on venison, salmon and salel
berries, working by day and teaching
their children by night by the ligut oi
pine knots, and all the time laytbg tt>e
foundation for tbe great cities end pros
perous communities that make Oregon
to-day the pride of all tier people. Alter
8.00- a .ifetiine ot toil and economy, moot of
those gr.nd old pioneers have becusue
comparatively wealth}. The news U
iheir success had reached tbe land oi
he r early homes iu tbe enst, and now,
Following is a schedule of expen
ditures made by tbe county court of Jack-
aon county, Oregon, at June,A. D., 1891,
term thereof, which shows lhe name of
Claimant«, the article or eervice for which
payment has been made, and tbe amount
allowed, and whether the claim has been
continued or rejected; as follows:
IXDIGXXT ALLOWAXCBS FOB TH I MoMTH OP
M. W. Dunlap, for boarding Wm.
Daley............................................................ »11 M>
E. G. Hurt, for buardiug 8. Me-
J. H. Whitman, for iudigenl al
lowance for A. R>?binaon................... 10 00
Elisa Taylor, for troarding J.
Emery......... ................................................ 10.00
N Cooke, fortupplie« furnished
to E. C. Gate............................................. 10 00
Sam Kubirfaon, for boarding
Ls-wia Calhoun....................................... 5.00
J. Du-Roboam, for boarding Ja«.
E G. Hurt, for indigent allow
ance for J. Cox...................................... 10.00
Benj. Haymond, for suppliea fnr-
uistied to W. A. Guldsmitb .........
Berii. Haymond, fur »applies fur
nished tu Ed. Hatt...........................
Joseph F. Hall, for boarding
A. C. Stanley, for supplies fur-
ULAhsd ur Squiry Kuge rs. ■_■■■■.
TTarriet JuLnsou, lor indigent al-
lowance for herself............................. . 4 MO
J. P. Goodall, for indigent allow
ance for himself......................................
John Bhidager, for indigent al
lowance for hiiueelf
.................... 4 00
Mrs. 8. Root, for indigent allow
ance fur herself........... ............................ 6.00
Mrs. Wm. Randles, for indigent
allowance fur lierBelf...................
Reames A White, tor supplies
lurnifhed to the family of J. N.
Ouver Dews, for boarding Geo.
Benj. Haymond, for supples
furni-tied to 1 F. Bs-sett
D Linn, for coffin ami bear« for
burial of Chas. Chapel!
J Niinan, for supplies lurinelo d
Mrs. Hart ...........................................
J. Nunan, for supplies furtnshel
to Mrs. Lewellen . .................
Kearnes & White, for supplies
furnished to A. Hatch.
Reagies A White, for suppiles
furnished to Mrs. Lewelleo.............
Kearnes A White, for supplies
furnished to A Law
J. W. Hayes,lumber for coffin for
Mrs. L. Williams.................................. 1 87
I. F. Gall, for making coffin for
Mrs. L. Williams............................... .. 5 00
Dr. W. S. Jones, for medical at
tention to Arta Robinson ........
[The bill presented Dy Dr. Junes
amouobd to »98. »62 of the bill
wa« disa i «w« «i by tiie court.]
W. A Patrick, commander <f
Burnside Post No. 23, G. A. K., for
tbe relief of Joseph Henry...........
Emil DeRoboam fur keeping
county hospital for month of .May,
1891, in which were kept 13 pa
tients. Tbe time they were kept
amounted to 324 davs, at »4.50 per
Total infligent expenditures »4»>9 65
BOINTY ON WILD ANIMALS.
Leroy Smith, bounty for killing 1
coyote.................................. ................ »2.50
J. S. Vestal, bounty for killing 1
coyote. .................. ..............
Edwin Guclies, bounty for killing 1
c< yote . . ..............................
W. W. Erb, bounty for killing 1
C. C. Keiso, bounty for killing 1
Irvin Dahack, bounty for killing 1
coyote.... ........................................... 2.50
W« lborn Beeson.bounty for killing ? »JE
J A Obenchain, bouny for killingr
coyote ..................................................... 2.50
Charles E Jones, bounty for kdling
... ............. .............
Ren F. Peart, Ixiunty for killing o
C. Morine, 1« unty for killing ♦> :
ci votes ..................................... .. ......
Geo. V. Roland, bounty fur killing •»
E n y Packard, bounty fjr killing 1
J. Robinson, laiunty for killing 1
C. Nye, bounty for killing 2 coyotes 5.00
W. R. Taylor, bounty for killing 2
coyotes......................... ........................ 5.00
J. W Munden, bounty for killing 1
John A Martin, liounty for killing 1
FL F Simon, bounty (or killing 1
G. C. Culy, bninty for killing 2
panthers.................. .................................. 5.00
B W. D an, bounty for killing lcoy-
Total bounties paid
Owen Keegan, for services as
jm ioref court house .
Michael Gatiev, for sawing 21
cords of wood and grubbing out tree
in court bouse lot.... .
... 22 50
Chas. Nickell, tor county print-
Rufus Erlaards, for bridge lum-
ber furnished to road district No. 4. 10.35
William N ?ah, for 1572 feet of fir
lumber furnished to road district
No. 10........................................................ 16 11
A. F. McCleary, for moving
hitching rack at court bouse...........
A. J. Walls, for seven days work
on county road on Jackson creek
Wi ham F2aton, for work on
county road ou Jackson creek
county road commencing near the
west line of Lewis Rivers' home
stead m Sec. 34, Township 34 S,
R. 3 West, thence in a northeast
erly course through the lands of
latwis Sivers and Wm. Byliee, fora
distance of between ’4 and
Ross E. Moores, lor stationery
J. G. Birdsey, for washing for
W S. Crow« II, lor rebate on
taxes for 18.89 and 1890. paid on
land formerly owned bv D. S. Wai-
C. W. Taylor, for one day look
ing after indigent persons................
State of Oregon, ) CB.
County of Jiurkaoo. I
I, Max Mallet, county clerk of Jackaon
cuun'y, State of Oregon, do hereby
certify that the foregoing ia a true and
correct whedule of expenditure* of the
County Court of Jacknoo County, State
of Oregon, made at its June. A. I). 1891
term, except the bills presented and al
lowed for which the fe<‘8 or salary have
been provided by law.
WilneeH tny band and seal of the
County Court of Jackson county, Ore
T. D. Linton informs tbe Eugene Guard
that the hop lice are now increasing very fast. gon, affixed this 9 li day of June. A. D
He sprayed one vine and on examination 1891
found that ft killed every insect. Under the
advice of tbe state experimental station, he
is having all sprouts on tbe vines for a By J. H. II vffkr ,
height of three or four feet cut away, and In
a few days will sprout his entire yard. He
says he 1« satisfied that those who do not
French Tansy Wafers.
tight the plague will have no first-class hops
to sell this fall.
The e wafe s ar? a sure and safe specific
f »r all kiii(is«»f female troubles ami will re
flur Very Best People
move nil <>b- tractions »o the monthly pen
»1 m , no matter chat th® cans?. They are
Coiiflrin our statement when we say that Dr
Acker's English Hcmedr la In every way wbiteverv wunian needs, and can be use
superior to any an«) all other reparationa for safely. Fur sale by tbe Livingstone ('hem
lhe Throat and Lungs. In Whooping Cough cat'Jo m «nufarturnra,San Francis? » ’a
and Croup it la tnaaic and relieves st once.
Wo offer you a sample bottle free. Re mem
ber. this Remedy Is sold on a positive guer-
Hay tor 8<!e.
Tbe undereigned offer? for »ale 100 ton?
Whv suffer? TruatuUS Uud-Aku’ wiU
la more eoraplete
Ms stona npT"f|»T
Southern Ore m, and comperes RBL
with any 13 tbe State. Job Print'n^or A
imaginable description done at San rranm
rutta, and in u prompt and firat-clawe mann.
TEUIT ON THE F AHM.
Shall farmers continue to produce
fruits for home use in face of tbe fact
ttiat insect foes are apparently on the
increase, making fruit-growing very un
certain’ It is seldom we meet with a
farmer who is n<>t discouraged in thie
line, writes John L. Sliawyer in Farm
and Firtstde, y-t they admit that e good
harvest ui luscious fruit is very MBtHW.
isnme have deter tnmvd to gtvgM|^me
a'lempt, arguing that opr« thenjUBA
»oil they can produce enough uflgnM'-^
or corn to |Hi«chaee a supply lor SgiVj "
use. Too frequently, however, where *
<hi> is the cas«-, tbe wheat and corn are
marketed and tbe money used for other
puriH.ee» It is certainly cbeap-.-r le pro
duce one's own supply of fruit than to
purchase it on lhe market, even though
one must contend with luoecU and dis-
eakes. One is then auured of a supply
if tbe season is favorable, and can enjoy
«he fruit in its freshest aud most deliffbt-
With constant watching, but no great
amount of labor, every farmer’s house
hold can be supplied with a choice va-
rietv of anplee, pears, ¡«eaches, plums,
grapes and berries. Where there are
ctaildien, the care and culture of trees
and etiriibs will furnish them
healibful aork and recreation. It will
prove a souroe of many veluahie lessons.
And they wiil grow up tn p. 8«eM jnany
means of comfortable transportation,
come« a large emigration of “young
blood,” many of them without money
enough to pay a week’s board or a
month's rent, and under the fixed im
pression that easy means of Hup|«ort a-e
prepared for them after arriving in Ore
gon. Of comae, such men a-e disai-
pointed and are soon converted into the
“chronic grumbler.” Tiieir complaint
is not that the Mossba-k is an obstruc
tionist, it is rather that lie is not an ac
tive progre«sioni«t—that lie hoaxls his
money and refuses to inaugurate new
enter prises. In other words, that he re
fuses to cumin-nee id - anew under tlx
new state ut affair« with which lie finds
himself surrounded at a time when he
feels that Ins Lle-wora is nearly com
pleted. The country is here, the iuunla
lions are laid, the opportunities ar-
offered on every band, ami all we have
to do is to put our shoulder to the wheel
ar>d carry for» aid to a grand consumma
tion tbe work s> nobly commenced by
those grand oid pioneers w ho ar« to often
unjustly blamed tor not doing more than
their share.— World
SHE GETS $8.000.
It does seem strange that a man w bo
lias had abundance of experunce a*! a
director of tiie very practical politics of
Indiana snouid attach eo little im|>or
lance »» Mr. Harn«un dues to tiie |H?pu-
lai piejulice againut the exercise 01
official prer> gat iv. s to per Hun a I or fam
ily advatnage. If he really considered
it ins duty to provide (oi a horde ot rel
atives, be aid well undoubtedly to finish
(tie job in tiie fiibt year 01 bis term;
but ttiat lie should continue tiie Harm-
questionable practice now of all times,
when tie has ju«t complete ! a n« muiati n-
seeking lour, is simply amazing. No
body wnl begrudge the pre«ident'r
sister-in-law her »8.000 pension, g«anted
last week by Mr. Rauru of easy fame,
but there appear« no reason wtiatever to
believe that the ciaim was just or would
nave been honored if tuad -t«y an) body
In fact, every particle ul iutoruia-
tion supplied to tiie public |«uints in tiie
Hie president's brother may have
rendered efficient service; but his death
was caused, not by wounds receive! on
ttie battie field, hut liy consumption, a
hereditary disease, six year« after the
war ended. When Senator Benjamin
Hamsun undertook to obtain a pension
for his sister-in-la* both Hie president,
Mr. Arthur, and the pension commis
sioner were lavo'sbiy disposed; but the
latter was unable to convince tnmselL
that the disease was contracted in ser
vice, aud the application was refused.
It met a like fate at the bands of Cum-
But now, w th Mr.
Harrison in lhe white l.ou-e, Cummis*
sioner Rauni bands overihc lull auiuiint
asked. It is not surprising ttiat, when a
reporter called upon ttie lienefic ary to
obtain her side cf the story, site said:
“Oh, dear, that is just what we «lid not
cate to have get into the pa|>ers. It was
our intention not to say anything about
tiie matter at ad." This remark, un
affected and truthful tieyond dou'it,
helps thing« amazingly. It suggest« tiie
very natural inquiry : How many similar
transactions have takeu place which
have not “got into the papers.”
D eliblratk T heft .—The people of
Rhode Island voted at their last state
election in favor of the Democratic can
didates. Ttiat is, more voters preferred
those candidates to any others. But
because mure than two sets oi candida
tes were voted for there was no legal
choice under the laws of Rhode Island.
The Democratic candidates, in other
words, did not receive more vote« than
were cast for ail other candidates togeih-
er. The legislature of Rhode Island,
t*ing Republican, has now elected the
candidates who were th« choice of a
minority of the |>eople. There ih an eter
rial unfitness in tins state of attairs which
pleases no one except the Republican
politician* who profit by it. In view of
the refusal of these Republican politicians
to change th« laws in Rhode Island,
Connecticut and New Hampshire, there
is only one thing to say. They maintain
tbe unjust law for dishonest purposes.
They want it in order ttiat they may
«teal these three state governments and
their United States Benatorships There
fore this robbery in Rhode Island is a
deliberate outrage upon the larger part
of the people.
I ndian « M ake I’ ook S oldiers — The
sixty Uhickanaw militia who left 1’ au I' r
Valley, I. T., June 19th, to aesist the
United Staten trooi* weet of there in
r jecting 6000 United States citiietiB who
are living in the country without per
mit«, all became drunk when twenty-five
miles away from ttie place. It in said
that they have a gallon ju# on each Bad
die and a barrel tn the commissary waji-
They killed a farmer’» home,
stopped a white farmer on the road and
threatened to shoot him because he was
white. So much whisky in the posses
sion of Indians who are clothed with
some sut hoi ity is liable to result in the
loss ot several lives, as when they are
drunk their only thought is to shoot and
T he other day, say« an exchange a
lady living near Winters threw into
th« yard several jars of hrandied clier
riea. She had u flock of tm keva running
about, and soon ait-r her little boy came
in and told her the tuikeys were ail
dead. Sure enough, they all lay sttff
and still. She had them all earned into
the house, where she plucked the feath
ers from each one ami the plucked birds
were then thiuwti into a corner of the
yard to be buried. In an iiour or two
tbe lady was horrified to look ont and
see the nude turkevs walking at>out,
seeming very much embarrassed. They,
however, are not the first unlucky birds
to be plucked after getting drunk.
A Child hilled.
Another child kiltad by the us«' of opiai«*a
irtv«*ii in th«* f.triii of Soothhiir syrup. Why*
■Bottom rive their c^i’dren such deadly poison
is surprlsinir when they can relievo the child
<»f Hs ¡wx-miar iroublcs by using Dr. Acker s
Baby South» r. It contains no opium or mur-
FAur yoke of ox«n. in good ord»r and well
broken to work in a logging «amp. For fur-
a here delicious fruits were always an
attraction. Huw fondly does a man look
back and recall home favorite tree be
neath ahicb, on velvety graan,he rotnj>ed
or rented aw tante inclined or occasion de
manded. Hrtppy hours were those, and
healthful, too; and through a busy life,
arnidwt business cares, they furnish rec-
oliections that are in themselves a source
K»»call the orchards of tw<nty-five
years ago. Nealy trimmed, washed
down with diluted lye, watched and
cared lor, and lua-is uf delicious fruits,
to-day peihcp« II - orchard ih tbe most
rieglecte « sp»4 on tie farm. It is visited
only f >r imil, and the farmer, being dis-
ap| ointed in the j ield and quality, fllill
mure neglects it in future. Stock and
gram daiin bis time, and the health-giv
ing fruit ih placed in the baca ground.
Here im ro >m for improvement, and he
who p ants and train* a goodly collection
of fruit trees will surely have a i>ouii-
A fter a Mi kiieklh —The Farr Ortgo-
niaii sa.H tt«at a report ha« just reached
Pendleton ot a murder cotuiuitte«! a few
days ago at Monument in Grant county
by a man 'named Churchill, who Rasa
blacksiiiitiisliup at Monument. It ap-
|«rars tin re is a lot back of tbe «flop into
which people liad lie« n in the habit of
driving horses,using tiie eb pas a passage
way, ttie fence having lieen nailed up.
Churchill wn- absent for a few days,
leaving a man in « barge with instruc
tions tu al ow no more liorses to Ire driven
through the shop. On his re: urn be found
that ms onler had n 4 l«e*n « arii-d out,
and a ruw ensued between iinnnelf and
the unfortunate left in charge, whom tie
shot and killed. He then mounted a
horse and disappeared. Cburcl;ill made
tiis escape in the d ruction of Pendleton.
At ttie head uf Rliea cr«*ek in Morrow
county be shut a Gertnau whom he met,
presumably in the fear that lie bad been
sent out to capture him and would put Rie
officers on ins track. Tire port fellow
was difeoV"ie«l Sunday morning and
found to tie mortally wonnd<*«i in the aff-
doiuen. Grant county ufli -era are hpt
on Chur« lull's fhi 1. Tiie uiurdeter rode
a spotted horse with o ie rough an^
three smooth ahoee, and was tracked by
thie The murderer is described as a
dark complexiunetl man between twenty-
live and thirty yeais oid, sburt and scout
build. He has worked in Simmons’
blacksmitbstiop at Heppner, and last
tall was employed by the .Matlocks in
herding sheep. Tbe names ot his victim
could uul be learned.
A B l O u DY Arrxlto.—The massacre of
St. Bartholomew has had a reproduction
at Port-au Prince, Hayti, lately. There
nave been rumors ttiat a revolution
agains' Hippolyte was imminent, and
these having reached his ears, he
caused the arrest of about eighty eus-
Aiuung them was
General Sally, who bid iiimsclf when in
formed lie was wanted. Fading to se
cure turn, ins wile was takeu instead and
thrown into prison.
Au outbreak oc
curred May 23. A former cabinet minis
ter, at tire head ot a band of well-armed
followers, stormed (lie prison and re
leased 200 prisoners, who were provided
witharm., ami when Hinpolyte'e troop«
arrived there was a bloody battle. The
reis-ls were routed ami their leaders “hot
at once. By nightfall forty men had
been put to death. Others were captured
ami stmt on three following days. Every
man suspected of being in sympathy
with ttie insurgents was put to death
without trial as soon as captured. Most
of the 200 prisoners released from jail by
lhe insurgents were captured and shot.
T he treasury department ha« taken
anoilui hack «t th« Fxcluaion Act by or
dering Collector l’lieipr to accept certifi
cate« of ( lnneae consul« in loieign coun-
tnee when preeeuted by alleged Cuineee
merchants and atudente coming from
thuee countries to this port. Thia would
enable the entne Mongolian population
of llaaaii, now unniliering about twenty
thousand, to unload iteelf upon this
countty if it could get the Chinese consul
at Honolulu to peifoim tbe simple O|«er-
ation oi transforming the plantation
han,is into merchants and students. For
that matter, the |oi illation of Hongkong
could be moved over here in tbe same
way. Il tin. tide should stand very long
the Teung-li-Yamen in Peking would
have a rush of applications for consular
positions. Fortunately the whole sub
ject of Chinese immigration will have to
tie thoroughly overhauled at the next
session of congress.
should tiegin thinking oi some method
of framing a law to resist the eccentric
interpretations of the treasury officials.
T uk country boa settled down ii.L» the
conviction llmt the Ni<ata^iu <*«nal will
be a tuc< e*t<( and b<* comp e'el * i th all
Mill* r m now in Califorr la raising money
forti.e enterpiise. an! ail son visit
O eguti. He » X|w<:*a to ran-c not
than |l,0Q0 lM>) in that e ate, ami l as
set down Oregon's quota at |500f000.
The people of the Pact de coast are deep
ly interested in tUie eiit< rpriee, (or rea*
eone too often enumerated to require retH
etition, and the people of Oregon could
better afford to make an outright dona
tion of half a million than to have the
completion cf the < anal delayed even five
years. However, It it not a subsidy but
an inveetm^nt that Mr. Miller is seeking,
and he ought to meet with apeedy auc-
cesa. With a canal acioas Central Amer
ica ami the Columbia river open to nav
igation to th? IrJan-l Empire, Oregon
will occupy an unrivaled commercial po
sition, and wnl grow as she never has
Tug jury in the case of the seven sol
diers on trial at Walla Walla for their
lives, for the recent lynching of Hunt,
the gambler, for killing Miller, after be
ing out a few minutes on June 20th sent
in word to tbe judge a verdict was readv.
The verdict of not guilty was received
witti st plauee, which was with difficulty
suppressed. Tile soldiers, after the dis
charge of tbe jury, were congratulated
by friends, including the judge, and
shook hands with many prominent citi
zens. Tbe verdict give* intense satis
Timber Land for Rale.
Two thousand acres of sourar-pinc and fir