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Saturday, June 17, 1882.
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To all Wliom It mny Courrrn:
Kollcc 1 Iicrcliy clen (lint I lime iletls
tinted the OIUKiON MVTINEL n the paper
In Mlilch I nhall lirreaHcr publish all pre
rniptlom, liouiettcnil nntl application
Tor mining pntriil for InuiH IjIiir near
JacLsomlllc, Jackson coiuitr, Oregon.
W. r. IMAM ill IV, ttrsl'ler.
Wagner Creek Fruit and Vege
Cables. I will contract to deliver
fruit and vegetables in Jacksonville
Mondays between 6 a. m. and 12 m.,
and Ashland Wednesdays until fur
ther notice. S. Sherman.
Champions Attention. A meeting
of the Grand Council of C. of H. will
be held at Victory Council Hnll No. 4
In Jacksonville, June 30th, 1882, to
which all delegates are cordially in
vited to attend, as important business
is to be transacted. By order of
Rom. Leadbetter, G. C.
'Crops. The outlook for the grain
fcrops in this valley does not seem to
ho very encouraging at this time and
Xinless wo get a good rain soon the har
vest will be quito small. This is un
f9rtunate at the present time as our
farmers had every assurance of being
able to sell everything they could raise
Lake County Official. Parties
from Lake informs us that the oflicial
vote in that county gives Fenton for
Congress, 108 majority, Smith for Gov
ernor, 130 majority, and S. P. Moss
for Representative is elected by 88 ma
jority. The entire Democratic county
ticket is also elected by majorities
ranging from 70 upward.
Well Done. Republicans and In
dependents in .Josephine county did
well by electing their candidates for
the offices of Representative, Judge,
Clerk, Commissioner and Coroner, and
as some of them have already been tried
as public officials and not found want
ing wn predict that the citizens of Jo
sephine will never regret their decision
at the polls. The ticket elected is first
class tli ron nli out.
The Legislature. In Grant coun
ty the Republican State ticket ha&
eighty majority. Republicans elect
the Senator and Representative. This
gives the Republicans 10 in the Senate
to 14 for the opposition. In the houso
the Republicans have 3G. The Demo
crats have 21 certain while one in
Wasco and one in Umatilla are still, in
doubt and one in Yamhill is a tie. The
Rep'ibrcin majority on j imbaUot, giv
ingjtheDemocratSf alj the now doubt
ful onra,.Vill bfl14. '
Grand Jury. The following is the
(.'rand jury drawn for" the June term of
Circuit Court: Thos. F. Bea'l, fore
man, H. v. Helms. E. F. Wal!;er, J.
N. Hockersmith, V. F. Songer, J. W.
Hays and Saml. H. Cook. Onlv one
true bill wits found against n China
man for robbery and their delibera
tions were ended on Thurbday last. In
their final report they 6tatrd that the
records in the Clerk's and Sheriff of
fices were well and orderly kept, that
the county hospital was hardly suitable
for the purpose for u hich it was used
and that the Court House needed re
pairs Wantkd It Bad. Information has
been received here that Cluggage, Pense
& Co. have teceived the contract for
carrying the mails from Ashland to
Linkville for the sum of 3,300 per
-nnnuin. Other parties who figured on
this route say that it will take all of
the contract price to pay for the oats
used on the route duting each year.
The same company has also secured
the mail routes from Rock Point to
Foot's creek and the ono from San.'s
valley to the Deskin'R paw mill. The
last mentioned route has been sub-let
to Joseph Dowden of Rogue River for
300 a year.
Paving Off. Col. W. S. Stonoand
Win. Carll of the O. fc C. Stage Co.
were in town this week paying off the
employes of that company and also
making arrangements for the change
to summer time, which took place on
Thursday last. The new company
takes charge on, tho 1st. of July, but
as they-ihave purchased all the proper
ty owned by tho old one no particular
-changeswill bo made. Win, Carll, wo
itre glad to hear,, will continue in his
position as Division" Agent, while Col.
Stone will be superceded as General
-Superintendent by John Hailey. Col.
Stone has made a most efficient Super
intendent and Ills many friends will be
sorry to hear of his leaving us. He
will go to Southern California to super
intend one of the stage lines owned by
Barlow, Sanderson & Co., so we are
Narrow Escape. You all know
Rob Westrcp, the irrepressible Sewing
Machine nan. Well tho other day
Bob took a trip over to Sterling, and
found an honest miner whom ho fas
tened on to, and began buzzing him
about sewing machines. Tho poor
man listened to him patiently for
awhile, but finally he turned pale and
said ho believed he would go -home.
Bob offered to nccompany h;m, aod
they walked atone together until they
amo to a stream, when, with a wild
despairing shriek, the unfortunate min
cer jumped into the rushing waters.
Wo mado every effort wo could to res
cue him, and finally succeeded in throw
ing a rope around his body and as we
liauled him up on the bank he feebly
exclaimed, "let mo go boys. I'd ratb
vr be drowned than talked to death."
Bob frozo to him, however, until he
4old him a sewing machine At least
this is what Dave Feathers says.
Tourtli of July next
Ashland will also celebrate on the
Jacksonville will celebrate the Fourth
Wanted, 700, on, A 1 real estate
security, at Cardwell &. Johnson's.
New goods for Dr. Vrooman's dis
pensary are expected to arrive next
Sam DeBow of Roseburg passed
through town last Thursday on his way
Mrs. H. L. White of Rock Point
was reported quite sick at last ac
counts. W. B. Kincaid and Townsend it
Graham have gone to Lako county
with their sheep.
Ague prevails on Applegate sever
al residents of that locality having be
came afflicted of late.
Only one jury was empanneled at
the present term of Circuit Court, and
the session is a dull one.
James Lawrence had a finger cut
some time since and failing to heal he
had it amputated this week.
Capt. Goodall received four votes in
Jackson county for the office of State
Senator all in Jacksonville.
Robt. Smith was in charge of the
Heber ,rove school this week while
Walter Ruble attended court.
Front and First streets in Portland
are flooded from tho high water in the
Willamette and Columbia rivers.
Mrs. David Cronerailler will accept
our thanks for a fine lot of cherries
the first we have seen this season.
A baby show is one of the features
of the Fourth of July celebration ad
vertised to be held at Eugene City.
Morris Baum and wife, of San Fran
cisco, are here paying a visit to their
many friends and relatives in this val
ley. Rev. F. X. Blan'chet will pay a pas
toral visit to Lakuview and Linkville
next week leaving here on Monday
Capt. H. Kelly is in town attending
to legal business. He expects a good
cleau up at his mines on Coyote creek
Robt. M. Garrett informs us that J.
I. Knight of Wilderville proposes com
ing to Jacksonville to open a hotel in
John Miller says he will nof be un
dermoid on any goods in the hardware,
hue. He always keeps a-largo stock
to select from.
Miss Eugenia A. Kelley, daughter
of the celebrated violinist John Kelt',
will organize a music class in Jackbon
ville next week.
Dr. Scroggs and1 family will leave
here for the Eastern Slates soon w here
they go to locate permanently in the
Sinie of Illinois.
Whito men receive two dollars per
day working on the railroad and two
anil a half on the tunnels. Beard is
34 50 per week.
Dr. J. P. Parker was quito severe'y
injured this week while at work in the
Big Butte saw mill and serious conse
quences are feared.
The Democrats in Jackson county
held an election here on the 5th inst
tho Republicans didn't seem to have
much to do with it.
John Noland was elected Trustee
for the term of three years by Banner
Lodge .No. 23, A. O. TJ. V., at their
lust regular meeting.
It is now known that a line of tele
graph will be built from Linkville to
Camp Bidwell, via Lakeview by the
government during' this summer.
The case of State of Oregon versus
James F. Gazley, et. al. arrested for
obstructing the public highway was
postponed until the first of July.
A. S. Jacobs, Sheriff elect of Jack
son county, was in town last Thursday
making arrangements for a residence
among us for the coming two years.
The Ashland flouring mills are turn
ing out an excellent qualitity of flour
now- even better than usual. We
have tried it and know whereof we
John Miller and Chris Kretzer have,
purchased the Langloy .& Watkins
claim on Jackson creek and propose
doing home extensive work there next
J. W. McCallister offers a house and
barn on Jackson ceek for salo or rent.
Further particulars can be had at this
office or of J. W. McCallister on Ap
plegate. A Texas cow boy escaped from the
Roseburg jail last week but was re
captured on tho following day and now
languishes in jail awaiting trial for
Parties having houses, farms, or
other property to sell or rent, will find
it to their interest to place it in the
hands of Cardwell &. Johnson, real es
Rev. B. J. Sharp will preach in the
M. E. Church next Sunday both morn
ing and evening. A benevolent collec
tion will be taken at the close of the
B. P. Cardwell of Portland, Deputy
Collector of Internal Revenue, paid us
an official visit this week. He will
continue his trip to Lake county before
he returns home.
Rev. R. C. Oglesby will hold a bas
ket-meeting at the Neil school house
embracing tbe fourth Sunday in this
month, preaching to commence on Sat
urday at 1 1 o'clock and on Sunday at
Sheriff Ryder of Josephine county
will run two hotels at Kerbyyille after
the first of July. Mike says he is now
prepared to furnish any kind of accom
The Trustees of Jacksonville "Lodge
No. 10 have sold a portion of the lot
in tho rear of the Odd Fellow's build
ing lo property owners on California
and Oregon street.
Fred. Overbeck has resigned his po
sition in the W. TJ. Telegraph office
at Portland and will enter tho employ
of tho O. R. & N. Co. at some point
on the Columbia river.
Capt Dolson, the railroad surveyor,
spent Sunday last in Jacksonville, and
reports the line permanently located
to Jump-off-Joe. His party is now
camped at Louse creek.
Chas. J. Howard is now employed
by-the railroad company in making
maps of the rbuto of the extension of
the railroad through this valley. He
is now at work at Roseburg;
Rnv. R. C. Oglesby will hold a basket-meeting
at Brownsborough on next
Saturday and Sunday; preaching on
Saturday at 11 o'clock, also Sunday at
1 1 o'clock and in the evening.
J. Chapman of Williams creek, this,
week showed us a boring machine of
his own invention which seems to be
quite an improvement on those now in
use. He has applied for a patent.
McDaniel fc Co., keep the celebrated
"Davenport" whisky. John L. Burns,
the agent, is now on his way here,
overland, and will soon arrive via
Crescent City. Ask for Davenport.
The regents "of the Territorial Uni
versity of Washington Territory have
determined to tender the Presidency of
that institution to Prof. Thomas Con
don, of the State University of Oregon.
Pat McMahon has sub let his mail
route from Waldo to Crescent City
to James Miller of Brownsborough
for 1,450 per year. Mr. McMahon
will run the stage from Jacksonville to
W. G. Kenny is herding a Chinese
gang on the railroad and appears to be
master of the situation. 0car Phil
lips is time-keeper on the railroad and
has a very reiponsiblo but rather a toft
D. H. Feathers will go to San Fran
cisco in a few days where he proposes
remaining for a time. Robt. Westrop
will have the agency for the New Sin
ger sewing machine company during
Two horses and a saddle and bridle
were stolen from Milo Walker's barn
near Ashland last Monday night. No
trace has yet been found of the horses
or the thieves, but officers are out look
ing for them.
H. v. Helms presented us with a hot
tie of excellent port wine thw week
which he had received from C. Schieff
elin of Los Angeles. It fullv sustains
the reputation of that place a3 a wine
At a meeting of the citizens of Eagle
Point aud vicinity on the 12th inst. it
was decided to hold a celebration of
the coming Fourtli of July and com
mittees are now at work making the
Death to rats, mice, roaches and
ants; Parsons Exterminator. Barns
granaries and households, cleared in a
single night. No fear of bad smells.
Best and cheapest vermin killerjn the
world. Sold everywhere.
"The most perfect gem in the song
line that we have s?en for many a day
has just been issued by Sherman, Clay
i Co., of San Francisco. The tiMe is
"There May be Eyes as Brightly Beam
ing." The marked price is 35 cents.
Business of the Roseburg Land office
for May: 52'J acres sold for cash, 20
homestead entr.es embaracing 2915
ucre.-i, 9 final homestead entries em
bracing 1270 acres, 20 pre-emption fii
ingp, 1 Soldier's declaratory statement.
B. F. Miller, the well-known nurs
eryman of Sardine creek, informs us
that the fruit crop w.ss injured consid
erable by frost in his locality. Peaches
received the least injury and he will
have as large a crop as usual of this
If you want to bave your money buy
your Harvesting Machines of K. Kubli.
He has tho boss machines The Buck
eye Harvester, and Mower, and al
so tho Taylor Rake, Haines Header,
and Morrison plow. A word to tho
wise is sufficient.
Geo. W. Wimer of Waldo was in
town this week in the interest of the
C. C. W. R. showing those interested
what his firm was willing to do. Ar
rangements will probably be made to
commence work soon aud finish the
road this season.
According to Commissioner Mc
Farland of the general land office, a
larger amount of public lauds will have
been disposed of during the year end
ing June 30, 1882, than during any
other year since establishment of the
general land office.
It is useless to denythat the bright
est and fairest fall easy victims to con
sumption, and equally fruitless to ig.
nore the fact that decline has its origin
in many cases in neglected catarrh.
Sanford's Radical Cure is a pure,
sweet, balsamic specific.
With an expanse of cheek unsur
passed by anybody's government mule,
says the Lakeview "Examiner," H. C.
Laws, the boy killer, announced him
self as an independent candidate for
Justice of tho Peace for Lost River
precinct at the recent election.
The Roseburg "Plaindealer" says:
Messrs. Glen. Aiken and Al. Owens of
Coot Bay passed through town this
week on their way to Eastern Oregon,
where they bave a mail contract from
Baker City to Canyon Gity 70 miles, six
times a weok, at 5,000 a yean6
C. W. Burrage andJ. Ordway of
Portland are now ona visit to tho
mountains in JacksonJcounty looking
for a belt of sugar pine timber that
will be close to the proposed railroad
when finished. Theyhad not found
what they are looking for at last ac
B. S. Freeman,"fonne'rly of Phoenix,
arrived here this- week-ironi Crescent
City Cal, with eight families of enn
grants. Four of these families pro
pose locating in Rogue River valley
while the other four intend going to
the Willamette. There's room for
Sheriff Bybeo made a settlement
with Alex Martin this week haing
previously given Ladd .t Bush a mort
gage on his property for 25,000 with
which to pay Martin for the same.
Mr. Bybee made a neat sum by this
change and we hope to see him come
out on top yet.
The Now Champion Front Cut
Mower is without axival. Has new
mechanical movements, running al
most noiselessly and with less than one
half the gearing, bearings and friction
points of any other .suecmful Mower
ever constructed.l2t.Uat4 4 :fee 3 in
ches. Fur.sale ajHjgpIIwgly's
The Jacksonville district school' and
SlT Mary's academy toth closed last
Friday for a three month's vacation
during the summer months. Prof.
Jlerritt has declined teaching any long
er as principal of our district school,
which is to be regretted by all inter
ested in good schools, but his successor
has not yet been announced.
The members of Ruth Rebekah De
gree Lodge, I. O. O. F., had a pleasant
sociable at their hall last Monday
evening after closing lodge. Cake and
strawberries and cream were plenty
and' a pleasant evening was enjoyed by
all present. The sociable was given in
honor of John A. Boyer, Grand Master
of this jurisdiction of the I. O. O. F.
A number of the farmers and stock
raisers of Rogue river valley Complain
of the rulintr made by tho managers of
the Yreka Fair in excluding all horse
for the races not owned in the district
prior to last October. T1.13. decision
will likely cause a number from here
to stay away from the coming fair and
their races will not Je as interesting
At ha'f past five o'clock on the even
ing of the 10th inst. a blast exploded
prematurely on the Myrtle creek grade,
killing three Chinamen and one white
man, Mr. Theophilus B. Berry. Mr.
Berry was a native of Massachusetts,
and was a Master Mason, a member
of Howard Lodge in Scuth Yarmouth,
Mass. He was a gentleman about
thirty-two years of age.
I. B. Nichols, living nearR'ddleberg
er, gave us a pleasant call yesterday af
ternoon" He informs us that the ap '
nearaiices indicate, .that, the railroad
time next'yw,"nnd 1h.it it will be fin-1
ished to Redfields thiFUl. Mr. Nich
ols cam up after' hif daughter, who
has been attending our district school,
and started on his return home last
A correspondent' Iho "CiH" sug
gests that the certificates to bo civen
to departing Chinamen shall centain
the measurement of the head, as taken
by the formidable looking machine
used by hatters. In ten thousand out
lines taken jy hatters, no two will be
precisely alike. The descriptions thus
far given are alike, for the differences
in Chinese aro too slight to be specified
by the same means that will answer
for white people. - False personation
can never be -dectected unless some
more rigid method he adopted. For
the purpose of identification, the
Chinese themselves cause an impression
of tho palm of the hand to be taken.
It is said that the lines there remain
TnE Extension South. From Mr.
R. Kcekler, manager of the O. & C. R.
R, a representative of the "Oregoniau"
yesterday learned the following facts
concerning tho extension to California:
The line is permanently located to
Grave creek tunnel, 80 miles south of
Roseburg. It will follow what is
Known as tho Big Bend of Cow creek
and will pass about 16 miles west of
Canyonville. There will be five tun
nels, three in tho bend of Cow croek
from 200 to 400 feet long, one at Cow
creek 2700 feet, and one at Grave
2000 feet. Work pn the latter two
has been commen'ce'd Two' clearing
parties are in the. field, one working
south from Cow.-cMckHfcdone north
from Grave creek. GrMjng is being
vigorously pushed by a' force of .2000
Chinese and a largo number of white
men with teams. The grade from
Roseburg to Myrtle creek, 22 miles,
will be finished by tho end of this
month and track laying has begun.
Tho road will be operated for several
mi'es beyond Myrtle creek in time to
move this year's grain crop.
CniLDUKN's Concert. The concert
to be given by the children of Jackson
ville for the benefit of the M. E. Sun
day School will take place at Holt's
hall on Tuesday evening, June 20th,
opening promptly at 8 o'clock. The
following excellent programme has
been arranged for the occasion: 1.
March, Susie Turner; 2. Opening Cho
rus; 3. Song, Minnio Booth and
Mamie Day; 4. Declamation, Josie
Armstrong; 5. Solo, Harry Langell;
6. Song, Susie Turner, Majgie Shipley
and Carrie Cronemiller; 7. Dialogue,
Tho Rainbow; 8. Solo Byron Sharp;
9. Declamation, Robert Oglesby; 10.
Solo, Julia Mensor; 11. Song, Mamie
Hyzer and Jessie Langell; 12. Operetta,
"Grandpa's Birthday'- 13. Solo, Susio
Turner; 14. Declamation, Mamie Day;
15. Solo, Minnie Bjbee;. 16. "TheTen
Virgins," a two-part jsong; 17. Decla
mation, Amelia Muller; 18. Closing
Chorus. Which will be followed by
an ico cream and strawberry festival.
Admittance, 25 cents; children under
12 vears, 10 cts.
OFFICIAL TOTE OF J03MHI.M: COI.N.TY.
The following is the official vote of
Josephine county as canvassed on Mon
day last, for whirh we are under obli
gations to J. A. Wilson, .Deputy Sher
iff of that county:
J. S. Smith....
Z. F. Moody ,
W. D. Fenton
M. C. George
E. D. Shattuck
W. P. Lord :
Spc. of State
J. K. Weatherford....
R. I?. Earhart
Supt. Pub. Inst
W. L. Worthington...
W. H. Byars
J. W. Merritt
G. B. Caldwell
M..F. Baldwin .
J. R. Whito
F. M. Nickerson.
J. M. Smith
F. Dessinger. . . .
W. K. Saunders
C. N. Hathaway
F. G. Day
Fourth of Julr.
A meeting of the citizens of Jack
sonville was held at tho Town Hall last
Saturday with T. B. Kent as Chair
man and D. W. Crosby as Secretary.
The object of the meeting ws stated to
be for the purpose of making arrange
ments for tho celebration of the com
ing 4th of July when the following
committee on general arrangements
was selected: E. D. Foudrav, Fred.
Grobe, H. v. Helms, J. II. Hufler, D.
Linn, W. J. Plymale and Win. Men
sor. Tho meeting then adjourned un
til the Wednesday following.
The general committee appointed to
make arrangement forho 4th of Julv
met at the Town Hall Juno 12th 1882
and appointed the following commit
tees, to wit:
Annie Dowell, Emma Paptr, Lilly
Ulrich and W. M. Mensor.
sgMrajBFDo well,vMraF., E Sbi-
iev, b. V. .bouilray, Unas. Nickell and
W. L. Bilger.
James Birdsey, Fred. Furry, Chas.
Mrs. W. J. Plymile, Mrs. D. Linn,
Mrs. P. P. Prim, Mr. J. N.T. Miller,
Mrs. Fred. Grobe, Mrs. Kenney, Mrs.
A. M. Berry, Mrs. L. J. C. Duncan,
Mrs. F. Luy, J. II. Huffer, Dr. Will.
Jackson, Chi is Ulrich and A. H. Mag
Fred. Luv, R. S. Dunlap and J. A.
Tho general committee Unanimously
agreed that the celebration of tho 4th
of July 1882, be held in the Court
House yard, and that tho general com
mittee supervise the erection of the
table and the orator's stand.
D. LINN, Chairman.
J. II. Huffer, Secretary.
Circuit Court Proceedings.
The following proceedings have taken
placo in the Circuit Court' up to time
of going to press:
G. A. Hubbell and I. W. Berry
II, C. Howard vs. Jos. H. and Han
nah Divis; to recover real property.
J. it H. C. Dollarhide vs. Brown &
Harris; appeal from Justice's court.
Geo. C. Ifoflman was admitted to
citizenship upon the testimony of W.
H. Basyo and E. Hendricks.
Sterling Mining Co. vs. Horace B.
Sevbert; injunction. Dismissed.
L..Leonard vs.E. Hendricks; to re-t
cover: money. Demurrer " sustained'
and plaintiff allowed 20 days to
G. Ivarewski vs. A. W. Hawkett
'and E. C. Robinson; to recover money.
Judgment for 596 46 nnd costs.
Fisher Bros. vs. J. T. Raimny et al.;
to foreclose mortgage. Derree granted.
Jesse Dodge vs. W. J. Croft et al.;
to recover money. Continued.
Sallie E. Jsb, administratrix of the
estate of 'J. Ish, deceased, vs. George
Nurse. Change of venuo to Lako
State of Oregon vs. Lee Yan Yan,
larceny; jury returned a verdict of
guilty and defendant sentenced to 2
years in the penitentiary.
Magic Lanterns. The magic lan
tprns used by Prof. A. L. Johuson, in
his lectures aud entertainments are now
offered for sale: together with all the
paraphernalia belonging to an A 1 out
fit, including illustrated posters, hand
bills etc. The lanterns nro of the best
make, the paintings from the hands of
the best American and European artists,
capable of producing 300 scenes, cover
ing 20,000 feet of canvas. The party
purchasing will receive all needful in
trusions to ensure perfect success in
operating the apparatus. Call on, or
address Prof. A. L. Johnson, Manion
House, Jacksonville, Oregon.
The Oregon fc California Stage Co.
changed to fast time on Thursday, the
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Death of .'arlbaldl.
Guiseppe Garibaldi died at Caprera
Juno 4th, 1882. Ho was born at Nice
July 4th, 1807, and at his death lacked
but one month of being 75 years of
age. Hist life has been an eventful
one. His first service was rendered to
Brazil in her war for independence.
He married a South American woman
of extraordinary energy, and remained
in Brazil and Buenos Ayres till 1848.
He then returned to Europe and began
his career in Italy. His name is in
separably connected with the events
which terminated the temporal power
of the pope and prepared the way for
Italian unification. Banished from the
states of Sardinia in 1850 he came to
New York, and for a considerable time
earned a living by making candles on
Staten Island. In 1859 he was re
called and given the command of a
corps against the Austrians. Tirough
out the war he rendered the most im
portant services to the Italian cause.
Of late years he has been residing in
Caprera, an island in the Mediterran
ean off Sardinia. Ho was what was
called in the middle ages a free lance,
and in these times.a'filibusterer.
'' -- Mother Pled of Salt Bhtiitn.
J. W. Adams, Newark, Ohio, says:
"Cuticura Remedies are the greatest
medicines on earth. Had the worst
case Salt Rheum in this country. My
mother had it twenty years, and in
fact died from it. I believe Cuticura
would have saved her life. My arms,
breast and head were covered for three
years, which nothing relieved or cured
until I used the Cuticura Remedies.
m.ifljuq i.i i Miaasc
For Sale or Ilcnt.
Notice is hcrebv civen that the under
signed has one house and barn situated on
jacKson creek lor rent or sale, roriurtn
er particulars appl to
J. W. McCALLISTER.
Land Office at Rosebuko, Or., )
June 13, 1882. f
Notice is hereby given that tho follow,
inir-naiued sett er has filed notice of his in,
teution to make final proof in support of
Ins claim, and tnatsaiu prooiwill be made
before tbe Judge or Cleik of Jackson
county at Jacksonville, on Saturday, July
22, 1882, vizrChauncy Nye Homesteatl
Xc. 2,34'J for the N E 14 ot i-ec. 10 T 33 S
BSE ill. mcr. lie names the fo lowing
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation, of, said land, viz:
tt . Freel, Horace Rice and A. II. Boothby,
f Flounce Rock ind Arthur tt ilsou, of
Manzanita. Jackson county, Oregon.
Wit. F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Office .vf Rosehurg, Oon., )
June 13, 1S82. f
Notice is hereby Riven that the follow
ing-named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to innko final proof in support of
ins cimm, nun inaisaiu pruoi win ocmaue
hefore the Jutljc or Clerk or Josephine
county at Kcrbwille, on Saturday July
:k. losa, viz: Jiuiusf'. ivciiosrcr, uomo
stcatl No. 2,520 for the E H of N E 1-1
Sec. Si and W 4 of N W 1A of Sec. Si T
3C S R 6 N. lie names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz:
John Wells, William Stin;:cr, R. Thompson
and John Burrougii, all of vVildcrville,
Josephine coijnty, Oregon.
Wn. F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Office at Roseburg, Or., )
June 8, 1882. f
Notice is hereby civen that the follow.
ing-named settler lias filed notice of his
intention to make final prool in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Judge or Cierk of Jack
son county at Jacksonville, on Saturday,
July 15. 18S2, viz-.T. A Shaw, Homestead
No.2oo8 for the N W of S W if and E U
ofN W. 14 Sec. 28 T 81 SR IE. He
names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and culti
vation of, said land, viz: Thomas Allen,
John Allen, W.W. French. James Wooley,
all or Eagle f omt, Jackson county, Ure
gon. Wit. F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Offick at RosnKuno, On., )
Juno 14, 18S2. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow,
ing-numed settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that slid proof will he
made before tho J udge or Clerk of Jack
sonville, on Monday July !M, 1885. viz:
Elijah Burion Homestead ;No. 2G77 for
the W f of E i Sec. C T 30 S 11 1 E, Will.
Mer. lie names tho following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of, said land, viz: Joseph
Clift, Robt. R. Totter, A. J. Tyrrell and
James IV Miller, all of Eagle Point, lack
son county', Oregon.
Wit. F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Office at RosEncRO, Or., )
June 14, 1882. (
Notice is hereby given that the follow,
inc-named seller has fi ed notice of his in
tention to make, fmul proof in support of
his claim, una that said prool will be
made before the Judge or Clerk, of Jack
son county, at Jacksonville, on Monday,
July 34, 1882, viz: Samuel B. Hamilton.
Pre-emptiyn D. S. No. 3,900, for the EU of
S W W,S E if of N W 14 nnd S W 14 of
the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: W. B. Orutib, John Grubb,
J. P. Walker and Samuel illson all of
Ashland, Jackson county, Oregon.
Wit. F. BEXJAMiNjRegister.
Lad Ofi-ice at Rosebtq, Or., )
Juno la, 1882. f
Notice is hereby given that the fo low.
ing-named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof w.ll bemadc
before the Judge or Clerk of Jackson coun
ty at Jacksonville, on Saturday, July 22,
1882, viz: Omar Burt, Homestead iXo.
-m for the EK of N W14, S W14 of N
W14 Sec. 10. and S E 14 of S W 14 Sec.
3 T S3 S R 2 E Wi'l. mcr. He names the
following wilnasses to prove his continu
ous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said hind, viz: W. Freel. A. II. Boothby,
Huntci'Ricc, of Flounce Rock and Arthur
U i!-on of Manzanita, Jackon couuty,
Wm F Br-NJAMIN, RcgUtor
PARKER STO WE At Grant't
Pass, June 8, 1882, by Rer. B. J.
Sharp, B. M. Parker and Miss L. J.
FREEMAN WARD At 'Phoenix,
Juno 14th, 1882, by J. A. Chastain,
J. P., B. S. Freeman and Mrs. M.
MoNAIR HARRINGTON On
June 4, 1882, by J. S. W. Smith, J.
P., N. McNair and Miss M. Harr
ington; all of Josephine county.
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MADAME HOLT'S HALL,
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Madame Holt takes pleasure in an
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i on Independence Dav. to which everybody
is invited. The best of rauic and supper
, will be provided Ticket, $2.50