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Saturday, January 21, 1882.
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June no, 1HM). J
To nil Whom It mny Concern:
Xotlrc It lirrcliy Rlion llial I lime deslK-
kHtrii thcoi:::;. m:ntin:;l ns ihe iaiir
In Mhlrli I hliall hrrraDcr lmliUOi all lire
emptloni, homcMenil anil nppllralfon
Tor mining pntrnlH Tor luniN Ijlns nrnr
JurkAoutlllr. Jarlixon coimly, Orrson.
w. r. ir i:jiMi.v, itcsMrr.
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Returned. Dr. J. W. Robinson re
turned from Gervais, Oregon, on last
Thursday, night's stage and can be
found at his office ready for business.
His mother and histcr will not come
here before Spring.
No Saving. Our old friend IT. M.
Chapin, btepped into the office of the
Sf.ktinel on Thursday and remarked
"I want your paper," I just lost five
dollars last year by not knowing when
-the change of school books occurred and
J will never bo without my county pa
per again as; doing without is saving
at the wrong end. This conclusion of
Jilr. Obapin's needs no comment.
Religious. Rev. ,M. A. Williams
will preach here in the Presbyterian
Church to-morrow at 11, a. m. and in
the ev.cning at the usual hour. Regu
lar services tomorrow in the Catholic
'Church by Rev. father Blauchet.
Rev. B. J. Sharp will preach at Phcc
:nix next Sunday at 11 a. m. and in the
-M. E. Church in this city at 7. p. ji.
IXSTALIATION AT KERBYVILLE. On
.'January 14, A. 1). Helman, D. D. G.
.11., installed the following officers of
"Kerbyville lodge No. 55 L 0. 0. F.:
-James Spence, N. G.; Dan. Hunt, V.
.; Chas. Hughes, R. Sec; F. G. Pat
terson, Treas.; John Taylor, W.; Jn.
.Hughes, Con.; 31. Baughman, I. G.; S
"W. Forbes; R. S. N. G.; F. 31. Nicker-
son, L. S. N. G.; P. Dessengw, R. S.
V. G.; 31. Trimble, L. S. V. G.; 4..
Swan, R. S. S ; 0. Hart, L. S. S.
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A New Experemixt. L. C. Cole
man, of this place, has sent to Ger-
many for a tjuantity of the heeds of the
iilant known there as "Heps," for J. N.
'T. 3Iiller, who intends experimenting
with it. The plaut, which much re
sembles mustard, is cultivated for the
seed from which a valuable oil ii
kpressed. The oil is largely used in
t cooking and for lubricating and many
other purposes and its manufacture is
very lucrative. 31 r. Coleman thinks
t the climate and the soil of, Southern
Oregon well adapted to tho successful
icultiation of the plaut.
Ik Possession-. Last week Harrison
'Kelley, the purchaser of tho Coyote
crt-ek mining claims, ko long in litiga
tion; at sheriffs 6.ile, demanded posses-
aion from Win. Ruble, who was work
ing then. On Ruble' refusal Kelly
obtained an cider fiom Judge Hauua
directing Ruble lo stay waste and dis
continue working the claims. The or
dur was served by the deputy Sherill
sand Kelly then took possession and, at
last advice-, iu holding it. The title to
Uhis propel ty has been in litigation for
-over four years, Ruble having been
put in pssses'i m at the end of a suit
against him by ihe Coy o to creek G. &
&. Mining Co. Kelly, the vendor, thrn
commenced suit against Ruble anil his
.associates, lo eufuice a vendors liun,
-and at the last term of court in this
county a d(cision was given for him,
execution issued and the property was
bold by Hio sheriff on the 2d day of
January, Kelley being. the purchaser
-at 815,000. 3Ir Kelley has a force cf
nine men and will endeavor to extract
a little gold dust to reimburse liim for
tits legal expenditures.
Badly Sniped. For some time
rumors havo bre.i alloat that the crime
of infanticide had been committed
down on Rogue river and, this week, a
person, whose vj'lor is getting rather
unsavory in this community, made in
formation to the Dist.' Attorney and a
.Justice. Accompanied by the inform-
-cr, and an cx-Dist. Attorney, the above
-officers proceeded to the spot designa
ted as the place wlmre the remains
were buried and began a diligent but
fruitless search. It is a dead secret;
who held tho bag on this "sniping.'
cxpeditiou but it is no seeret; that the
party were so incensed, on iiudins that
they were sold by an irresponsible
"dead beat" that they could hardly re
strain themselves from ducking him in
Rogue river, which would have berved
him right. The officers are perfectly
satisfied that there is no foundation
whatever for the story and that the
intention of the informer was to attract
.attention from himself. The patty re
turned here about two o'clock on Tues-
day morning and made a clean breast of
Church Cosceut. Following isthe
(programme for the entertainment to
bo given at" Holt's hall on Tuesday
evening tho 21th inst for the benefit
of both branches of tho 31. E. Church.
We hope to see a large attendance: 1.
Opening song; 2. Reading G. A. Hub-
bell; 3. Seng by little sirls; 4. Recita-
tion, Miss Emma Armstrong; 5. Duet,
Byron Sharp and Fred. Kahler; G.
Comic duet, Clara Neubcr and Jennie
Moore; 7. Declamation, Frank Presley;
f. Duct, Jessie Langcll and Macgie
Shipley; -9. Tableau; 10. Quartette,
Martha Armstrong Belle Caton, Nel
lie Luy. and Ada Plymale; 11. Reading,
'Miss lssie 3IcCully; 12. Solo, 31rs.
Rose Kenney; 13. Recitation, Ada
Plymalej 14. Chorus; 15 Song by the
boys; 16. Declamation, Chas.,, Bilger;
117. Duet, Ada and Kate Plymale; 18.
Song by lktle rrirls; 19. Solo, Dr. Kah
ler;20. Reading Miss Annie Little; 21.
Comic speech, B. J. Borough; 22. Song
by little boys; 23. Comic Solo, 3Iiss
Laura Hubbell; 24. Recitation, Miss
Anna Bilger; 25. Closing song. An
admission fee of 25 cents will be
St. Valentines Day next.
Louis Petzold is suffering with drop
sy. We pay a premium for. county scrip
, Circuit Court convenes on the 13th
of next month.
O. Gunnison's infant child died at
Ashland this week.
Geo. V. Wimer's infant child died
at Waldo last week. -
T. F. Rogers and Fred Bowman
have gone to California.
Ed. and E. L. Schieffelin have gone
to Alaska Territory on a visit.
Little fc Chaso and M 31cnsor keep
a full assortment of valentines.
Dennis 3Iurphy cut his foot badly
this week while chopping wood.
We are under obligations to Hon. 3L
C. George for public documents.
Read what the Singer Sewing 31a-
chine Co. has to say about counterfeits.
John Hockenjos of Eden precinct
was in town a couple of days this
Oar city dads propose erecting an
other street lamp near Veit Schutz'
C. W. Broback of Lake couut' has
purchased the Norton farm iu Eden
precinct for 4,000.
Win. Bybee, J r., returned from Jose
phine county this week where he had
been on a business trip.
Clinton Schieffelin has returned from
Rock Point and will soon start for his
home at Los Angeles, Cal.
Plymale does a good 'business at the
Excelsior stable on account of his su
perior turnouts and low prices.
Citizens of Lake county aro making
an 'effort to have their mail service
kept up to six times per week. .
Homer Harkncss and family spent
a coup.e ot days in town this week,
the guests of 3lrs. J. Lanterman.
Wo announced a wedding too soon a
couple of weeks ago but it has since
taken place and everything is O. K.
The rainfall at Crescent City from
Sept. 1st 1881 to Jan. 1st 1882 was
45.J59 inches so says the "Record."
D. S. K. Buick, formerly a resident
of this valley, but now of 3Iyitle
Creek, iB pay ing old friends here a visit.
The value of matches, manufactured
annually by the Diamond match Com
pany, of Now Haven, Conn, is 510,
3Iiss Aba Ross returned from Port
land last Wednesday, where sho had
been the guest of D. P. Thompson for
some lime past.
Rev. F. X. Blanchet returned from
Josej'hiiie county this week and will
officiate iu the Catholic Church next
Sunday as usual.
Capt. 31. Caton elsewhere announce-.
himself as a candidate for the office of
Cny 31arshal at tho election to lake
place ou March 7th.
Seven hours lequired to drag the
stage between Ashland and Jackson
ville (17 miles) is the natural result of
the Ote"on road la '.
Sheriff Bybee has been confined to
his loom for a week past with his old
complaint but at last accounts he was
able to bo around again.
Attend the entertainment for the
benefit of Bros. Sharp and Ogleaby at
Holt's hall hext Tuesday evening. Ad
mission only twenty-five cents.
A bona fide ofl'er of 2,000 -has been
made for Guiteaa's body. There has
been no oiler for his soul yet as the
Devil's mortgage is too heavy to lift.
The County Commissioners have
been petitioned to re establish the old
road from Jacksonville to Parmer's
Plat vacated at the last term of Ctmrt.
J. W. 3Ianning came in from link
ville this week on a short visit to look
after business interests iu this county.
He reports times good in his locality.
The highest average rainfall in the
United States is at Neah bay, Wash
ington Territory, 123.35 inches; the
lowest at Fort Garland, Col., 6.11
Worthington is so busy at his gal
lery it will bo impossible for him to
leave for a week or ten days yet.
3Iake a note of this his pictures arc
3ressrs. Reames Bros., K. Kubli,
Wm. Hoffman and J. Nunan have
each supplied us with calendars issued
by the different insurance companies
Several officials of this place here
had the title of 31. D. added to theii
names since last Tuesday. The degree
was. not conferred by a medical college,
The Baker Citv "Tribune" has
made its appearance.. It is a well
printed aud carefully edited paper, Re
publican in politics. We wish it
Geo. F. Billings, of tho Eagle Mills
near Ashland, was in town this week.
He reports operations at the mill sus
pended for a time on account of the
. Chas. J. Howard, who has been em
ployed on the railroad survey with
Dolson's party near Grave creek for
some time past, returned from head
quarters this week.
D. H. Miller, a resident of this pre
cinct, received a fracture of the collar
bono this week by being thrown from
a wagon, but is recovering under the
care of Dr. Scroggs.
Here is a Sewing Machine Peddler
He is a Bad Wick.ed man And one
of these days He will be Hung All
good Peo-ple buy their 3Ia-chiucs of
D. H. Feathers for cash.
The Yreka "Journal" fays that John
Caylor, an insano man, killed while
emptying his revolver at the sheriff
from Baker county was formerly a res
ident of Siskiyou county.
The stages have run somewhat be
hind this week on account of the con
dition of the roads, but they are doing
the best they can and it is a wonder
how they get through at all.
Sheriff Bybee will commence killing
about eighty head of hogs next Mon
day morning for G. Karewski, who
proposes furnishing the Jacksonville
market with bacou next fall.
Tho fact that the present year of
grace, 1882, is to have one Sunday
more than most years, is regarded by
many good people as a cheerful omen
for the advance of the gospel.
3Ir. C. C. Beckman will leave San
Francisco, tomorrow morning, for home
and is expected here Wednesday morn
ing. His absence m the east lias been
protracted longer than he anticipated.
A fearful railroad accident on the
Hudsin river road orcurad on Friday
last. One train run into another, tel
escoping two sleeping cars and killing
nine persons and badly injuring a num
ber of others.
R. Corder, living near Grave Creek,
found some rich quartz this week that
promises to prove a bonanza if the
ledge is struck. The place where it
was found is yet unknown except to
Jf you want something extra nice
in the line of wines liquors and cigars
call on H. v. Helms at the Table Rock
saloon. He has tho largest and finest
stock of liquors ever brought to Jack
sonville in his cellar at the present
D. W. Anderson and J. P. Johnson
two of the parties who were charged
with killing G6 deer, say that they
dried every pound of the meat and
brought it into the settlements. So
we give the statement for what it is
worth. , .
The Hazel correspondent of tho Ash
land "Tidings" says that Joe Beggs,
the Jacksonville freighter, is havnig
bad luck, lie has Jdst two of liis
horses, and tha other horses of his
team are sick. Hay is selling here at
35 per ton
A large crowd attended the meeting
ci the mito society at the residence of
Wm. Hoffman last Wednesday evening
and ft pleasant social evening was spent
by all present. Coffee, cake, ice cream,
etc., were passed around and thereceipts
amounted to fcUo.OO.
The're is no particular railroad news
this week. The various surveying par
ties are still busy in the field seeking
the best route. Any thing reported
yet regarding commencement of work
or the intentions of the railroad com
pany, is mere conjecture.
3Iining seems to have been almost
completely suspended by the continual
dry, fieezing weather which has locked
up the water supply. The winter,
thus far, has beon very unfavorable
for mining but has enabled the farmers
to do a large amount of plowing and
A ladv was heard to ask a friend on
the street the other day: "Annie, is it
proper to say this 'ere and that 'ere?'
"Why Kate of course not," was the re
ply. " "Well" said Kate, "I ilont know
whether it is pioper or not, but if you
want to bo happy go to Rostel's and
take a bath."
The amounts asked for by represent
ative George for river and harbor work
se'im extraordinarily laige but agree
with the estimates of engineers. Ttiey
will probably be reduced but our con
gressman is, thanks to Speaker Keifer,
in a position to make a strong fight
for the largest possible amount.
The Standard says: "The Northern
Pacific Railroad has no claim to patents
on account of portions of the road com
pieteu since duly 4, 10 , tliat is vaiiu
by law or equity." Wfiv did not the
Democratic majority in congress so de
clare during its four years of power?
It must have been asleop or, was it
Robt. 31. Garrett, from all that can
be learned, seems to have tho lowest
bid for the Ashland Linkville rdute,
his bid being somewhere in the neigh
borhood of 17,000. Pat 3Ic3Iahon
will probably get the Crescent City
route and 3Ir. Cunningham is the low
est bidder ou tho routes to Wright's
and Butte creek.
J. G. Robeson, found cuiltv of
murder in the second degree on his
second trial for killing J. W. Robb at
Astoria, has been sehlenced to impris
onment for life and is now in the pen
itentiary. An exchange wonders "if
ho will be pardoned during the present
Governor's term; and if he were it
would not be surprising.
Why is there no imitation Wheeler
& Wilson sewing machines? The an
swer is simplo enough; they have pat
ents worth protecting and they uoso.
Companies have attempted to manu
facture an imitation Wheeler it Wilson
sewing machine bui were-compelled to
abaudoin the scheme although it cost
the company thousands of dollars.
We acknowlede the receipt of an in
vitation to attend the nuptials of Leo
pold Schoenfeld of San Francisco and
jMiss Adeline Fisher, formerly of this
place. The ceremony is to take place
at the residence of the brides parents in
San Francisco tomorrow evening. To
gether with the many friends of tho
family here we join in wishing them
a long life of joy and prosperity.
Attend the ball at Holt's hall on
the evening of Washington's birthday
District Attorney Kent was called to
Phccuix, this week to prosecute a case
for hog stealing. Failing to find any
thing in it he had the case dismissed.
The defendant, with unusual magnan
imity, paid the cctB in the case after'
this'order had been made.
Attention is called to the "curfew"
ordinance published to day and now in
force. The city authorities evidently
are of the same opinion as the SnxnxEt
aud are determined to- keep children
off the streets, during hours when thev
ought to be hoin. The ordinance is
sensible and timely and, it will be ob
served; applies to both sexes. The wis
dom of the "Board in taking this
step will be commendod by all thought
A rumor is afloat that the Germans
are about to sell the O. and C. R. R.
to the Central Pacific Railroad com
pany, tho latter company.to pay off a
mortgage of 3,000,000 how held by
3Ir. Villard. It is said that 16,000,
000 is the price asked for the road
from Portland to the StateMine. Thj
only ground for tho report Is: that
3Ir. Huntington of the C. P. is ia Eu
rope and it is reasonable to suppose
that hiscompany desire so important a
A contemporary writing upon the
benefit derived by a community from
good newspaper, truly says: "If com
munities would have good, strong, rep
resentative newspapers, they must con
'crntrate their support and patronage
upon those most worthy of it. If com
munities would b6 well represented,
they must sustain and build up the
newspapers they already have, and not
encourage new and doubtful ventures
which, if thev thrive will at the expense
of our local institutions already estab
In the course of a long article, on
the necessity of stirring up home in
dustry in Oregon, the "States Rights
Democrat" says: "Producers must have
consumers among them our people
should labor by every honorable means
lo have all we wear, or use, produced
or manufactured at home the Chinese
had their walls around "them which
were impregnable, their prosperity was
the wonder' of the wotld. Tho "Dem
ocraf'can never be counted in favor of
such protection to home industry as
will insura in its permanency and pros
perity. It can no longer advocate tar
iff for revenue only.
The following is clipped from the
Tidings and if those people of Jackson
ville, al ways'anxious to receive strangers
with op"n arms get bit, they ought to
i e warned. The Tidings says: a confi
dence man has been victimizing the
people of Fort Jones and Etna, in Sis
Kiyou county. Ho claimed "to bo a
Fiee 3Iason, was a young man of pre
possessing appearance, was temperate
in his habits, ustd no bad language,
and, us the Etna "Post" says, ''wormed
himself into the good giaces of the
male population aud endeuied hini.-elf
to every young and old Judy in tho
v illage." After which he borrowed all
the money he could, and his false pre
tensions and his true character were
about to bo discovered, left town, about
500 In debt. Ha is also suspected to
have broken open several trunks in the
hotel and stealing various articles from
them. Following is. the, description
given of him in tho "Poxt:" "He was
about 5ft. Sin. high, of a slender build,
dark compaction, gray eyes, brown
hair, and sported a dainty littlo mus
tache that -nas1 "jut- too cute for
am thing." He' gave his name as
James Tisdate, an" enterprising emi
grant from Nantucket."
Protection- of Game. Speaking of
the Lane county Sportsmen's Club, the
"State Journal'' says: "The club pro
pose to make it exceedingly tropical
for those who pay no attention 10 the
restrictions of the game laws, loose as
they are. S25 w-ill be paid anyone for
the arrest and conviction of persons
hhooting deer for their hides or killing
for any other purposo than for their
own use in Lans County after Febru
ary 1st. At the next Legislature a
strong effort will bo made to secure the
enactment of more stringent and suita
ble game lawe, and all other clubs of
the State should join and lend their
influence in this good work."
Holloway's Pills Never Despair
Something that , never fails Fever
and Ague To the sick.it is c little
consequence how they are cured,
whether from a rational view of the
disease or by the rules deffned for the
guidance of the profession, so long as
the cure is certain and expeditious.
To a suffering man the question on the
relative merits of quinine or calomel is
uninteresting. The faculty may
wrangle and discuss their various theor
ies, but Pr. Holloway's treatment dis
pels doubt ere the disciples of Escula
pius have finished the first stage.
Holloway's Pills are the only remedies
which effect a speedy and radical cure,
without danger of a relapse. Read
the advertisement elsewhere.
Important- Caution. None are.
genuine unless the signature of J.
Haydock, surrounds each box of Pills
and Ointment. Boxes at 25 cents, G2
cents and SI each.
r5TThere is considerable saving by
taking the larger sizes.
Holloway & Co., New York.
To all who are suffering from the er
rors and indiscretions of youth, neivous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
&c, I will send a recicpe that will
cure you, fkef, of ciiakge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self ad
dressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Ix'max, Station D, New York City.
General Xev .
The best feminine help in Sweden
receives 4 a month.
Small pox caused 450 deaths in New
York city in 1881, against 31 in 1880.
Tho East river bridge needs 600,
000 more to complete the structure,
which has already cost 13,377,000.
The "Tribune's" Washington special
says: "I do not believe there are three
men on the floor of this House," said
Congressman Singleton recently, "who
are inenuiy to ttie JUormons. It is
the unanimous sentiment that tho curse
of polygamy bhould be abated. How
to do away with the evil is the only
questiun. In my opinion a sure cure
would be the enactment of a law to
compel each polygamous Mormon to
keep all his wives undir the same roof.
Inside of six months he would be con
verted into an enthusiastic monogamist,"-
or, the congressman might have
added; into a lunatic
Wo print tho following from an East
An international effort to suppress
small-pox would soon show important
results. Tho scourge qf the pest would
be slowly reduced to the mild varioloid,
which is not to be dreaded bv those
who have been vaccinated. Even the
varioloid may disappear. The discov
ery of Jennor has put it in the power
of civilizied governments to banish
small-pox. During the century before
Jenner's discovery the disease carried
off 45,000,000 of people in Europe
alone. In 1707 one-fourth of the in
habitants of Ireland died of the disease,
and in 1733 Greenland was nearly de
populated. Vaccination has steadily
reduced the ravages of small-pox so
that it mijjht be wholly mastered in
five or ten years, by international co
operation. To ac.onipli-)h this there
must not be an unvaccinatcd person iu
Europe or America.
And gay their silken leaves unfold,
As careless of the noontide heat,
As fearless of the evening cold.
Nipped bythe winds.' unkindly blast,
Parched by the sun's directer ray,
The momeiftary glories waste
The 'shortlived beauties die away'
John W. Topping, son of 31 r. O. F.
and 31 rs. E. E. Topping, was born in
3Iorrison, Whitesido county, III., Oct.
28, 1861, and died at tho Rosebarg
Hotel, Roseburg, Oregon, Dec. 30.1SS1.
Ho came to William's creek, Ore
gon, with the rest of his father's fam
ily, in 1868. He had been living in
this place about seven mouths when
death claimed him ns his victim. He
died of typhoid fever after an illness
of about a month. His parents were
telegraphed for and reached this place
in time to be with him a short time
before his death. Will, was a noble,
industrious, manly, courteous and
amiable young man. He made many
friends wherever he went; and many
there aro now who feel grieved because
hd is no more. How hard it is to part
with dear friends and loved ones!
"Wc hinder and hold them with cling
ing hands, '
With hind that can scarcely let
them go; But ftomour clasp into view
Tho) must vanish from our sight
The Lord bless the loved ones and
Friends who mourn his loss. "Rose
Ii 0 Ire r..tr.irts from DriijslsM.
"We know the value of malt, hops,
calisaya and iron composing "Malt
"Our lady customers highly praise
"Physicians prescribe them in this
"The largsst bottle and best medi
cine." "Best blood purifier on our shelves."
"Our best people taku Malt Bitters"
"Siro cure for chills and liver dis
eases." A prinUr from the north passed
through town this week as agent for
the O. & O. R. R. Co., securing the
right of way for the railroad. Mad
ame Holt gave two day's board to get
the road in front of her hotel.
McKEE In Ashland, Jan. 19lh,
18JJ2, to the wife of J. C. McKee,
WORDEN At Fort Klamath, Jan.
IGth, 1SS2, to the wifeof Sites Wor-
den, a daughter.
NOAH In Sam'.s valley, January 9th,
1882, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noah,
STEPHENSON Near Jacksonville,
January 11th, 1882, to Mr. aud Mrs.
Elmer Stephenson, a son.
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FINLEY DEWS In TJniontown,
January 15, 18SI, by J. H. HiUrer,
J.P., W. W. Fmley and Nancy A.
SH ATTUCK CULVERSOtf At
the residenco of Mrs. M. Powell, in
Ashland, Jan. 12th, 1882, by Rev.
A. Brown, Mr. S. O. Shattuck, of
Fort Klamath, and Miss Dosia Cul
versort of this county.
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enkrUi? It. It wmulnt fiwa oW. A yiu W torATtr,
bot v yarn, u4 lol I ileicnni"ii, rrl"- nJ dinrtlrai for
rUntlm S TtilrtUi ol V jfcubl .i Flow SctdbFluU,
i rail Trw. lc. Inrftluble to !l. JfolipM rmwn m1i
will to found mow MllmoU tot phaLag l the rwhwi tbu
thoM fro frt"r s.tli. W. nuia ipl!ir ' wpfljlw
D. M. rBBY & CO., Detroit, Hica
Mr. iitorze at Work.
, Congressman George on the 16th in
troduced a bill proprosing the follow
ing appropriations for Oregon and
Woshingion.territory rivers and har
bore: For permanent improvementof
the mouth of the Columbia river, as
reccommendad by Col. Gil'espie, U. S.
Engineer, 430,000; for constructing a
Pacific coast harbor of refuge at Port
Orford, S250.000; for cascade locks,
750,000; lower Willamette and Col
umbia, 133,000; Coos bav, 60,000;
Yaquinabay, 60,000; Coquillebar25,
000, and river above 2300; upper
Columbia and Snake rivers, 20,000
upper Wilhmetteand, YamhillSlO.000;
Umpqua, 12,000; Lewis river, 500
.Alsea 2500; Cowlitz, 2000;Siuslaw,
1500 and oungs river 1000. Near
ly all the foregoing amounts are the
sums reccommended by the engineer's
department. Mr. George to-day pre
sented petitions from nearly two
thousand citizens of Oregon asking for
an appropriate form of legislation to
regulate interstate traffic on railroad.
f OK CITY SI UtgllAL.
The undersigned announces himself as a
candidate for the office of City Marshal,
subject to the decision of the voters of
Jacksonville at the ensuing election.
Jacksonville, January 21, 1882.
I, A. R. Anderson, do hereby give my
son Robert bis time from this dale uutil
he is twenty -one(21)'ycars of age; to buy,
sell, trade, and act on his own responsi
bility. A. R. ANDEKiUN.
Jlnrpliy, Oregon, Jan. 17, 1882.
Land Office at ItosEitcr.o, Oon.
January 10, 1882.
Notice is hereby given that the foliow-ing-uamrd
settler lias filed notice of his
intention lo make final proof in support
of his claim, and secure final entry thereof
uelore the Jmlge or Ulerli ot Jackson
county, Oregon, on Saturday, February 18,
18S2 this notice, viz: Mvron II. Field.
Homestead .replication No. 2,702 for Lots I
1 S 4 5 G & 7 8 YV & ol S W ,'4 Ssc 0 T
37 S It 2 W, " iilsimctte 3Iendi:m, and
names the following as his witnesses, viz:
W. T. Lever, Jacksonville, Geo. w . Smith,
Sam's valley, C. JIagruder and. I Constant
ol' Central Point, Jackson couuty, Oregon.
Wm. F. UirxJAMix, Hcgister.
Land Office at Uoseburo, Oax., )
January 10, 1882. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
bcttlcr has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and secure llnat entry thereof
before the Judge or Clerk of Jackson Co.,
Oregon, on ednesday, Feb. 13, 1882, this
notice, viz: Walter b. King, Homestead
Application No. 2,557 for the E H of N W
if and N W hi of N E 1-1 Sec. 1 l"T 37 S R
4 V, and names the following as his wit
nesses, viz: It. A. Cook, 11.11. Magrudcr,
Winchester Hueslon and Lewis Orme, all
of ltock Point, Jackson county, Oregon.
Wm. F. ISksjamin, Itegister.
Laxd Office at Rosr.nnito, Ocx., )
January 10, 1882. )
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and secure final entry thereof
before the Judge or Clerk of Jackson Co.,
Oregon, on Wednesday, February 15, 18S2,
this notice, viz: Samuel Provolt, Home
stead Application No. 2,458 for the S J or
S E 1-4 Sec. 1 and E of N E 14 Sec. 12
T 33 S of Kange f W, v illamette Meridian
and names the following as -his witnesses,
viz: Wm. Sonson, John Lewmnn, Manley
Rexlbrd and 0car Knox, all of Appicgntc,
Jackson county, Oregon.
Wm. F. Bexjamik, Register.
Lantj Office at UosEntmo, Orn., )
January 1!J, 1882. )
Notice Is hereby given that tho following-named
sett'ers have filed notice of their
intention to make final proof in support
oltl:eirclaims,and secure fill il entry thereof
before the Judge or Clerk of Josephine
county, at Kerbyville, Saturday, February
A), iea, tins nonce, viz: noiman reiers,
Homestead Application, No. 2,(Wt for the
S AV i.f of j5 E U Sec. 15 W K of N E U
and S E if orN W 14 See. 22" T 3(5 S R 7
W Willamette Meridian, ami names the
following as his witnesses, viz: Charles
Agee, Iiobcrl Murry, of Wild rville and
Thcopliilus Murry anil James Nccly of
" Also at thesamctiinc and pi.ice.Thcoph
ilits Murry's Homestead Application .No.
2.450 for Ihe N E 1-4 of Sec 3 T3C S It 7 W
Willamette Meridian, and names the fol
lowing as his witnesses, viz: chas. Acce,
lTolniMii Peters and Robert Murrr of Wil.
dtrvi lie, and Jaines Neely, of Grant's Pass,
Josephine county. Urcgnn.
WM. F. Ukxjamix, Itegister.
mm of wIrIFfs
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