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Saturday, September 16, 1882.
land O nice at Hoselmrs. Osn.l
June 30, 1880. J
To nil Whom It may Concern:
. Notice 1 hereby Rlten that I have desig
nated the OREGON SCXTIXCL n the paper
In which I uliall hereallcr pnMHIi all pre
emptions, hnmetrnl anil applications
for nilnlnc patents for lands I) Ins near
Jacksonville, Jackson county, Orrson.
W. V. IIi:XJV.MIV, Keslster.
Wanted. A girl to do
housework. For particulars
of Mrs. G. H. Aiken.
Railuoad Terminus. We received
the following from J. H. Small, rail
road agent at Myrtle Creek, last even
ing: "I have received official notice
from Supt. Brandt that freight will be
cent to Riddle the twentieth inst. Will
.you please make public. Trains will
also leave there about the same time."
New Settlers. The three Ger
tnans who arrived here last week have
arcLaBS72w acres o land oa-Bntte
creek opaJinger Herman and are now
oir their way to Myrtle creek to meet
their families and the other members
of tho colony. Thereareeightfamilie3 :n
tho company and we welcome them as
permanent residents here.
Lost. Three grain sacks, one of
them containing some books, were lost
on the road between here and Phuenix
this week. The same party had a
Shite vest and shirt taken trom Mm
; Eagle Point a short time ago, and
laving seen the latter articles 'sines he
warns tue party in possession to re
turn them at once and thereby save
John Hall, one of the County Com
missioners of Josephine county made
us a pleasant call yesterday. He has
"been employed at the Wimer-Simmcns
nine for sometime past but from now
on he will go out in the hills prospect
ing for a time. He reports considera
ble difficulty with Chinamen employed
on the C. C. W. K. but since Cbim
bosses have taken charge things
to work smoother.
Religious Items. Elder M. Peter
eon will hold services at'McClendon's
school-house in Sam's valley next Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock, and at Pan
key's school-house in the afternoon at
four.... Regular services at the Cath
olic church, Rev. F. X. Blanchet of
ficiating. . . . H. C. Fleming preaches at
tbe Mound district school-house Sun
day morningat the usual hour .... Rev.
B. J. Sharp will preach at the M. E.
church in this place next Sunday,
morning and evening.
Pionekr Ru-Union. Quite a large
attendance of Pioneers and their
families was ncMjfcpjtertl.) un tho
sixth annual feTPWiw the society
held at tho Court House square in
Jacksonville yesterday. The programme
as published last week was carried out
land all present voted it a grand suc
cess The dinner was the finest that
Ve have seen on a pic-nic ground and
the ladies in charge deserved all tho
praise given them. Lack of space
prevents further comment this week.
Departed. Samuel B. Grubb died
last Monday morningat 3 o'clock from
the injuries received on tho mountain
ten days uetore. ma Buttering was
intense much of the time, and would
have been unbearable but for the alle
viating effects of opiates. The nature
of the accident almost precluded hope
of his recovery from tho first, and yet
death lost none of its pangs for the
bereaved ones by the brief respite it
gave to the departing spirit. The
funeral was on Wednesday. The cor
tege left Dead Indian early in the
teorning and arrived at the cemetery
about twelve o'clock. "Tidings."
Reports from the new wagon road
say that thework is progressing rapidly.
But six miles now remain to be grad
ed to intersectthe old road at the North
Fork, from which point the old toad
will be used a part of the way making
cut-offs, and goihg around high points
instead of going over them. The loca
tors of the old road seemed tohave been
possessed with the same idea as one of
our prominent citizens when out pros
pecting, who report says, first scales
the highest mountain peaks, and then
dives to the deepest canvon. This
mode has been avoided by Mr. Wimer,
and we are told by a gentleman who
has traveled the mountain roads of
California for a number of years, that
this road compares very favorably with
any mountain road he has passed over.
"Crescent City Record."
To Our Merchants. As Jackson
-county shippers have had considerable
-trouble with their freight of late we
publish the following facts in regard
to the situation as furnished us by a
correspondent. The depot tuilding,
vwhich is a very fine one, even
-nicer and more commodious than the
one at Albany, was roofed in last
Wednesday evening and the office and
.warehouse portion will be ready for
.occupancy in a few more days. Messrs.
3Iarks Wollenberg iCo. a very reliable
jmd wealthy firm are hurrying on a
large warehouse and will also have it
(finished in a few days. They are going
into the commission and forwarding
business at that place and guarantee
satisfaction. The terminus of the stage
line will not be changed from Myrtle
Creek before next Spring as the dis
tance to Riddle is only about two
miles shorter on the traveled route
with a worse road to go over. Our
advice to merchants is to stay with
Myrtle Creek this winter, and when
the warehouse now in course of con
struction is finished they will have no
further trouble in finding their goods.
Have you heard from Maine!
Pay day at the railroad to-day.
We only print one editioa each week.
Balloting for TJ. S. Senator begins
Joseph Rapp.keeps us well supplied
with watermelons. Thanks.
Jacksonville has twenty-three brick
buildings at the present time.
"Wm.' G. Kenney returned from the
railroad this week on a short visit.
W. Weydeman has succeeded A. A.
Sutton as chief clerk at the U. S. Hotel.
The Crescent City Wagon Road will
be ready for travel about October 1st.
Isaac Skoeters of Josephine county
was in town this week buying winter
S. S. Douglas and wife of Portland is
hero on a visit the guest of L. J. C.
S. Cohn went to San Francisco this
week to purchase new goods for his
Ex-Governor Chadwick and J.
Brandt, Jr. paid Josephine county a
visit this week.
The Commissioner's Court will bo in
session to-day to consider bids for. the
old Court House.
E. Jacobs kept his store closed last
Thursday and Friday on account of
The Pioneer ball at Holt's hall last
evening was well attended and was a
Joe Taylor's comedy company was
advertised to show here last evening
after we went to press.
The Rev. F. X. Blanchet will pay a
pastoral visit to the boys working 'on
the railroad next week.
The sum of 34 was realized at the
lost meeting of the mite society at the
residence of Wm. Hoffman.
A fine shower of 'rain fell here last
Thursday evening clearing the smoke
and purifying the atmosphere.
The Portland Business College has
issued a college "journal", which is a
model of typographical neatness.
All kinds of advertising and job work
done at this office at the lowest rates.
Ask for our prices and be convinced.
ColR. F.Maury will accept ourthanks
for a fine mess of the best sweet pota
toes we have ever seen on this coast.
W. L. Record has built a house on
Oregon street where he can be employ
ed in fixing up marble work tlr.s win
ter. Bids for the foundation of the new
Court House and the sale and removal
of the old ono will be opened at noon
Thc-Si&ter's school commenced last
Monday with iiInigB-uliendaiicc and
the district school will begin on the
The race between Lulu
Honest John at the Salem
Grounds last Saturday was won
Chas. J. Howard has resumed work
on tho railroad surveying and map
ping on the right of way on the exten
Last Saturday night was a lively
time for rows and boisterous conduct
and Marshal Payne had his hands full
for a while.
An interesting communication from
Myrtle creek has been unavoidably
crowded out this week but will appear
in our next.
Henry Bauten has bought the
Louie Petzold property opposite Veit
Schutz brewery for $200. A cheap
piece of property.
Ieka Tribe of Red Men of Yreka
done a generous act last week in dona
ting 50 to tho family of John Cim
borsky of this place.
Theo. Schultz, a twelve year old son
of Chas. Schultz, fell from a tree this
week and was considerably bruised up
but broke no bones.
J. A. Wilson of Josaphine county
returned from a rusticating trip to the
Lake country this week and expects to
start for home to-day.
Happy Jack's saloon in tho 17. S.
Hotel is the popular resort. Mr.
Montgomery keeps none but the finest
brands of liquors and cigars.
Max Muller returned from San
Francisco last Wednesday. Look out
for bis new ad when his goods arrive
which will be in a few days.
At the trial of Wm. Webb, charged
with horse stealing the jury returned
a verdict of not guilty at Lakeview this
week and defendant was discharged.
Dan Cardwell has sold his saloon at
Kiddleburg and accepted the position
of riding boss for the railroad company.
He paid his family here a visit this
The Ashland Woolen Mills have es
tablished a flourishing trade with the
Portland and ban Francisco market
and they are crowded to supply the
Railroad tickets for the round trip
from Myrtle creek Io Salem Fair
Grounds will be sold at 7 each during
tho contiuuation of the State Fair com
mencing Sept. 18th.
The "Examiner" says that it is
rumored that the Harrer family and
one Hazel ton, old residents of Goose
Lake valley, have been masacred by
Indians in Arizona.
Peter Britt and son and Robt. A.
Miller returned from Crater Lake last
Thursday. Mr. Stewart the artist, who
accompanied them, has extended 'his
trip to Mount Shasta.
The County Commissioners want
sealed proposals for the covering of
the bridge across Rogue River in
Flounce Rock precinct. Bids will be
received till October 3d.
Miss Laura Hubbell wrenched her
knee this week and throwing it out of
place while at work in the kitchen.
She was improving at last accounts and
will be up again in a few days.
If you want a sewing Machine call
at E. C. Brooks' drug, watch, clock,
and jewelery store. His machines are
a little finer and his prices a little
snugger than any other bugger's.
The "immense circulation" of the
"Times" required a second edition last
week to supply the demand for the
different opinions prevailing on the
Court House question. The demand
A number of the young men of
Jacksonville have associated themselves
together for the purpose of studying
music and organizing a brass band un
der the leadership of Prof. Adam
Capt. S. L. Dolson was in town this
week and reports the survey progress
ing finely. His party is now camped
at Woodvillo, working south, and the
line is definitely located as far as
On account of the absence of Judge
Deady at the seaside the trial of
Charles Griffith on tho charge of giv
ing liquor to Indians has not yet taken
place. The trial will probably be
called next week.
Rev. J. S. McCain and wife passed
through town this week on their way
north ward. He has been relieved from
the position of post carpenter at Fort
Klamath and will now go to preaching,
so we are informed.
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 killer in the
world. Sold everywhere.
County assessor Nichols arrived in
town this week and when he gets
through with this precinct the assess
ment for 1882 will be complete. He
reports an increase over last years as
sessment in the sections he has visited.
The government telegraph line to
Lakeview, Oregon, and Camp Bidwell,
Cal., is now complete and in working
order. The tariff to any point on that
line is 50 cents for the first ten words
and three cents each for every addi
tional word over the first ten.
Commercial Toui ists going to Jose
phine county can travel by stage and
attend to business as well as otherwise.
Mr. McMuhon says he can give them
one or two hours at the different stores
on the route in which to transact
business and still muke his connec
W. R. Willis, saysthe "Plaindealrr,"
will go to Jacksonville in a few days
for the purpose of -seek lTSTa 'good loca
tion for his' prospective siw-mill.
Willis & Abram have a contract for
getting out several million feet of lum
ber for the O. & C. R. R. extension in
Circuit Court will be held in the
city hall while the new building is in
course of construction and John Orth
will furnish jury rooms in his building.
No expense will be attached to this
change as everything required is offer
ed free of charge till such time when
the new building can be used.
Frank Huffer, surveyor with Turner's
party, was taken ill with fever and
ague this week and on that account
was forced to quit work. Although
his contract is not yet finished we
learn that Mr. Turner will quit work
to day and return home. It seems
that they have struck a rough piece of
The Sister's new building has Deen
Gnislied and can surely be called an or
nament to the town. "David Linn done
the carpenter work, Carter Bros, the
painting and Wm. Hugginsthe plaster
ing. 1 lie latter is an artist in Ins line
and the plastering in this building will
compare favorably with any to befound
in the State.
From R. W. Derickson we learn
that he has a mill at the Horsehead
mine in Josephine county about ready
for work and in a few days more will
be ready for crushing quartz. Ho
also informs us that he is more than
pleased with the prospects of the new
mine and feels confident that he has
struck a bonanza. We hope to see
his expectations realized
The copper mine located in Joseph
ine county by Chas Hughes and others'
a short time since has been sold to
Henry Villard, the railroad King for
510,000. Ex-Governor Chadwick and
Supt. Brandt of the O. &. C. R. R.
negotiated for the purchaser. An
excellent mine has been found and the
work of developing the same will now
be proseauted with vigor.
As the Butte creek, Sam's valley,
Central Point and other subscribers of
the "Timps" failed in getting the whole
edition of that paper last week we vol
unteer in publishing what he said to
his Jacksonville subscribers, and what
he didn't say to others, on the Court
House question, and the article will be
found in full in another column with
the proper credit attached.
The Yreka "Journal" says that at a
meeting of the Board of Directors of
ML Shasta Agricultural Association
held Sept 12th, the entries to races
Nos. 1 and 9 were opened, and the
four following entries were made in
the race No. 1: JamesSutherland enters
b. m. Nellie; Jay Beach enters b. s.
Altamont; G. W. Stephenson enters
chesnut g. Professor; Misner brothers
enters b. h. Dexter. It was decided
that if three horses started, to hang up
the purse and declare the race filled.
LITTLE BrSAVS PIE PARTY.)
Little Susan wanted to giveajparly
a pie party, because she didn'tjknow
how to cook anything but pie -and she
wanted to ask the Forbilder girls and
the Bildnotter girls to her party. So
she asked her mother if she might.
Her mother said yes, but she tlidn't
have anything to make pies out pf, ex
cept sour grapes, and it would nevc.do
to give them to the Bildnotters, be
cause they hated sour grapes, and it
wouldn't do to sweeten 'em, for that
would make the Forbildera mad, be
cause they liked sour grapes.
Then Little Suban was very sorrow-
ful. She must have a party, cause all
the other girls had had one, and they
were already beginning to call her
"real mean" and to say that she was
afraid of the Bildnotters. But she
didn't want to make the Bildnotter
girls mad, 'cause they lived in the
country and she often went there to
get apples, and melons and nuts; and
she couldn't make tho Forbildera mad,
'cause their father kept a confectionery
and they often gave her candy, and
"liquish" and ju ju pas'tc and the like.
At last a bright thought struck Lit
tle Susan, and she went, to her mother
and asked if she mightn't raaie's, pie
one half of sonr grapes?or the For
bilders, and the otheKfeireiened
for the Bildnotters, -.Her "Ibersaid
she might. So Little Sus?t made a
pie, and asked the Bildnotters and the
Forbilders to her party. And they
cam, and Little Susan dividod the pie,
giving of the sour half to. the For
bilders, and the sweet half- tof the Bild
Little Sentinella Fcrbilder was the
fint to taste the pie, and she said to
herself, "TJmph, it aint vefy good
'taint sour enough, but you couldn't
expect anything better from' Little
Susan but oh! my, I guess it's sour
enough to set all the Bildnotters' teeth
on edge." And then Little: Sentinella
looked around to see the Bildnotters
make faces at the sour stuff. But she
was very much surprised io see they
were not making faces at all, but
seemed to like the pie well enough. So
she nudged the elbow of big Butilla
Bildnotter who sat by her, and said
to her cunningly, "Nicaswfcetpie, isn't
itl" "Oh! it will do" sftid big Butilla,
"it aint sweet enough, but I what more
could you expect from Lktlo Susan.
She was afraid she'd make you folks
mad if she made it very swe;et, but as it
I guess it's sweet
enough to make
cried Sentinella,'- 'and
grabbed a piece of big Butilla's pie and
tasted it. Then she screamed out to
the rest of the Forbilders thut Little
Susan had sweetened tho , Bildnotter's
pie. So the Bildnotters! found out
that the Forbildcrii had lour pie, and
then all of them the Fc rbilders and
the Bildnotters grabbed pieces of pie,
and threw them at Little "Susan, and
pelted her until she wr s quite com
pletely pfed. Then ijHtle dusan
wished she "hadn't made
Moral. When you . m
give me same zwmmgrr,":
and maybe you wlll'pl
At a regular Council of 'Oregonian
Pocahontas Tribe No. 1, Imp. O. R.
M., of Jacksonville, held on the sleep
of the 5th sun, corn juoon, the follow-
were unanimous' v
Whereas, tho Great Spirit has seen
fit to remove fromour hunting grounds
our esteemed brqther John Citnborsky,
to the unknown land of spirit above,
thus leaving an empty seat around the
council fire of our Tribe and,
Wiieras., true to the custom and
spirit of their people, his surviving com
panions desire to record bis valor,
acknowledge his goodness and preserve
his memory, therefore, be it
Resolved, That in the departure
of our brother from the lodge of his
people and from the hunting-grounds of
liisfather,wehavelosta comrade whom
wo respected for his kind dispositions,
his manly virtues and his noble quali
ties of mind and heart.
Resolved, That wo, , as members of
Oregonian Pocahontad Tribe INo. 1
Imp. O. R. M., do deeply mourn our
brother's death, yet feel assured that
our loss will be his eternal gain, and
hope that this may be a warning to
every brother of our beloved order
that his time may come, and bo tho
means of binding him more closely to
this order and all other good institu
Resolved, That we tender our
warmest and heartfelt' (sympathies to
the widow and children' now lingering
lonely in the silent-and deserted lodge
of our departed brotljer and friend,
humbly asks the.Greai.-Spirit who fells
quietly but contihualyititt. towering oak
of the'forest, to spare in mercy, and
to care lovingly for the stricken mother
and the tender plants that grew around
the fallen tree, and daily watch over
them until they goto meetthe absent one
in the great council ofthe spirit land.
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions, under the seal of this Tribe,
be presented to the widow of our de
ceased brother, and that they be pub
lished, in the Jacksonville papers and
duly entered upon the minutes of the
E. B. Watson, V Committee.
T. T. McKenzie. I
The two lines run by the Hulburt
party were brought to the same grade,
and were practically-made one line a
few miles below Ashland. Two sepa
rate lines are beingrun, however. The
route follows near the'old wagon road
much of the distance to Phoenix.
Further down the valley the line will
probably diverge again' one being run
on eaeh side of Harilcy;. Butte. "Tid
ings." " :
Jacksonville peopIea"re not expected
to voto on the Courthouse question
judging from the faetllhat Bro. Leeds
failed in sending ariyvof his "requests"
FKOM TOE CAPITAL.
Salem, Sept 13, 1882.
About mid-night on Saturday last
many or tno citizens or oaieur were
awakened by a pistol and the cries of
J C. Long exclaiming Ohl my Godl
my God! What shall" I do? And in
going to the house of Mr. Long his
wife was found dead near the door.
The ball of the pistol had entered her
temple and passed through her head.
Mr. Long testified before the coroner's
jury that his wife committed suicide,
but the jury was of a dmerent opinion,
and they found she was killed either
by her husband or J. W. Bingham,
both of them were in the house of Mr.
Long at the time of the homicide.
They both had a trial yesterday before
the committing magistrate and he
found the evidence against them to be
strong and he committed both of them
to jail to await tho action of the grand
jury. The justice was requested to
allow them bail. In his opinion the
presumption of their being guilty of
murder is positive.
Both houses of the Legislative As
sembly were organized on Monday by
the election of the following officers:
In the House, Hon. Geo. McBride of
Columbia, was elected Speaker; J. W.
Strange, of Douglas, chief clerk; S. M.
Jrvjno, of Benton, assistant clerk; E.
C. Had way, of Yamhill, sergeant at
arms; E. B. Caliph, of Clackamas door
keeper; and the speaker appointed E.
E. Hewett of Polk and Frank Nicklin
of Lane for pages of tho house. In the
Senate, Hon. W. J. McConnell, of
Yamhill, President; Austin Myers, of
Douglas, chief clerk; Wm. W. Gibbs,
of Multnomah, a son of ex-Governor
Gibbs, assistant clerk; Wiley Chap
man, of Clackamas, sergeant. at arms;
C. E. Dubois, of Multnomah, door
keeper. The President appointed a son
of Major Rinehart and a son of Capt.
Waters, as pages.
The election of all tho officers were
proceeded with quietly. In the Houso
the Democrats voted unanimously for
Hon. A. C. Stanley, of Jackson, for
speaker, and in the Senate they voted
unanimously for Hon. John Meyers,
of Clackamas, for President. A large
majority -of both Houses appear to bo
young men and new members. I know
but few of them, much less than any
legislative body that has ever assem
bled in Oregon. However I might
mention a few of the old pioneers:
Wm. Waldo of Marion, I. D. Haines
of Baker, former'y of Jacksonville, N.
H. Gates of Wasco, Abner W. Waters
of Multnomah, formerly of Josephine,
Starkweather of Clackamas, and last
though not least our own representa
tive, P. P. Prim.
The President of the Senate and
Speaker of the House aro both young
and promising men and no doubt they
will both make good presiding officers.
At three o'clock last evening both
Houses met in joint convention and
canvassed the vote for Governor, and
Hon. Z. F. Moody was declared duly
elected Governor for four years, by a
majority of 1412.
Governor Thayer wr!! deliver hii
message to day and Mr. Moody will
take the oath of office, but it will be
too late to bead it by tho .mail to day.
The all absorbing question is who
shall be United States Senator? It is
a question easily asked but hard to
answer. At this time Mr. Milchell
will have about 27 votes and Judge
Boise the balance of the Republicans.
If the general party rules of a caucus
prevails" there is no doubt of Mr.
Mitchell's election, but he has bitter
enemies and warm friends in both
houses, and his enemies may keep out
of the caucus and possibly force a com
promise, or join tho Democrats and
elect a xlark horse unknown to history
or fame. Republicans cannot afford
to elect a Democrat, and all of them
will never join the grangers to elect
Mr. Boise. So my guess is tho dark
horse is so black he will wander in
Egyptian darkness until Mr. Mitchell
serves six years in tho Senate, and
even then the people of Oregon will
not need their services. B. F. D.
Jlollur Ilicil or Salt Kliciiin.
J. W. Adams, Newark, Ohio, says:
"Cuticura Remedies are the greatest
medicines on earth. Had tho 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.
,j jii, j'ww'W'M'i.ium in iii
WILSON OBENCHAIN. Near
Jacksonville Sept- 13, 1882, by Rev.
B.J. Sharp, Jefferson Wilson and
Miss. Jennie Obcnchain.
FATJCETT HARTMAN At the
XT. S. hotel in Jacksonville, by Hon
S. J. Day, Co. Judge, G. W. Faucett
and Miss Martha Hartman.
PHILLIPS ANDERSON On
Wagner Creek, Sept. 13, 1882, by
Rev. W. Clyde, Walter Phillips and
Miss. Lena Anderson
STOUGH WAY At the residence
of Jacob Mills near town on Sept.
14, 1882, by Rev. B. J. Sharp, S. M.
Stough and Clara B. Way.
RILEY. In Little Butte precinct,
Sept. 9, 1882, to tho wifo of J. S.
Riley a daughter
GRIFFIN Near Jacksonville. Se t.
10th, to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Griffin,
MILLERS Near Jacksonville, Sept.
11, 1882, Henry A. Miller, aged 75
years, 4 months and 10 days.
TURNHAM. Near Jacksonville,
Sept. 10, 1882, Lula M, Turnham,
aged 3 years, 6 months rftid 18 days.
A number of men working with a
threshing machine near this place came
to town last Sunday night and after
imbibing considerable of the ardent
announced themselves in readiness for
anything that was on tho programme.
Shortly after this a' row started be
tween Wm. Colwell, Chas. Dodson and
Tom Curly in which some of the par
ties engaged received nothing more
than bruised heads. After this, about
eleven o'clock p. m., Charles E. Hanna,
a clerk in Reames Bros' store, arrived
on the scene and making some remark
favorable to Curly in the first trouble
a row was started with him in which
pistols and knives were freely used.
During the affray young Hanna was
shot in the face by Colwell, just below
the left eye, tho ball ranging downward
and lodging in tho back of the neck
near tho base of the skull. After be
ing shot and lying helpless on the
ground, some one, said to be Chas.
Dodson, a stranger here, rushed on
him and cut his throat, inflicting a se
rious though not a fatal wound. Han
na was immediately removed to the U.
S. Hotel and Dr. Aiken summoned and
his condition at last accounts was so
much improved as to give strong hopes
of his recovery. Colwell was arrested"
immediately by Marshal Payne and
Constable Kirdsey and lodged in jail,
after which the Constable and Sheriff
Jacobs went to Cardwell's ranch, where
the crowd was camped, and arrested
Dodson. Both parties will have a
hearing before Justice Huffer on Mon
dav next, tho trial having been post
poned to that date on account of the
absence of the District Attorney and
nearly all of our lawyers.
-Money to Loan. The undersigned
has three or four thousand dollars to
loan on first class real estate security
Fred Otten, Foots Creek.
Land Office at Roseburo, Or., )
September 11,1882. f
Notice is hereby give.) that the foltow-
named settler has tiled his intention to
make final proot in support of his claim,
and that said proot will be made before
the Judge or Clerk of Jackson county at
Jacksonville, on Saturday October 21,
1882, viz: William A. Jones Homestead
No. 2703 for the' S. W. U of X, W. V, W.
Y, of S. W. if section 12 aud ST. tt . of
tf. XT. if section 13 T. 39 S. R. 3 W. ill.
Mer. lie names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz : Andrew Can
trell. John Cantrell, John McKee, Milton
Lindly, all oi'Uniontown, Jackson County,
Oregon1. "Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Office at Rosebuho. Or., )
September 7, 1882. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow,
ing-named settler has tiled notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
his chum, and that said proot will be
made before the Judge or Cflcrk of Jack
son county, at Jacksonville, on Saturday,
October 14, 1882, viz: Lcroy Nail, Home
stead No. 2,003 for the Lots 3 aud 4 Sec.
30 nnd WWoffli;f tec. 10 T 3 1 S U 1
WWill. Men He names the following
w itnesSes to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation oi, saici land, viz:
Jem- Nail. J. N. Black, William Nail.
Jacob Johnson, all of Eagle Point, Jack
son county, Oregon.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Lvnd Office at Roseburo, Oon.,
September 4, 1882. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow-inir-namcd
settler has filed notice of her in
tention to make final proof in support of
her claim, and that said proof will be made
before tho Judge or Clerk of Jackson
eountv. at Jacksonville, on Tuesday. Oc
tober 10. 1882. viz: Delinda Henri', Home
stead No. 2.773 for the S AV 4 Sec. 34 T
30 S R 2 E, Will. Mcr. She names the
following witnesses to prove her continu
ous residence unon. and cultivation of.said
land, viz: George. 31. Henry of Browns-
boroii!:h, James Turpin, James rcase,
Miss Emma Hulchings,ot Chimney Rock,
Jackson county, Oregon.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Office at Roseruro, Or., )
September 4, 1832. f
Notice is hereby given that tho follow-ing-named
setler has filed notice of her in
tention to make final proof in support of
her chum, nnd that said proof will bo
made before the Judge or Clerk, of Jack
son county, at Jacksonville, on Tuesday,
October 10, 1882, viz: Lillie R. Brake,
Homestead No. 3,431 for the S Ef of Sec.
21 T 33 S R 2 W. Sho names the follow
ine witnesses to prove her continuous res
idence upon, and cultivation or, said land,
viz: Geo. II. Lynch of Ashland, D. Key.
nobis of Thomas Mill, J. B. Montgomery
and Frank Bybec of Jacksonville, Jackson
Wm. F Benjamin, Register.
ATOTICn is hereby civen that the Board
IN of Equalization for the (Xmnty of
Jackson, State ot Oregon, will convene at
tlieouiccol the county clerk in Jackson
Monday, Ortoltrr 3, 1SS?,
for the purpose of publicly examining the
Assessment Roll, ami correcting all errors,
in valuation, description, qualities of
lands, lots, or other property. Said Board
will continue in session from day to day
until said roll has been duly examined.
A.11 parties interested will take due notice.
and govern themselves accordinsly.
TiiUo. ii. JN1L11ULS,
September 8, 1882.
NEW SADDLER SHOP,
Thomas J. Kenney, Prop.
HAVING OPENED OUT A NEW
saddler shop in Langcll's building,
opposite Masonic Hall, I am fully pre
pared to do any work in my line with
promptness and dispatch. Will keep on
hand a good assortment of saddles, bridles,
harness, bus, spurs, etc. None but the
best California leather used. Job worU a
specialty and prices to suit the times.
CSTGivu me a trial.
T. J. KENNEY.
Jacksonville, July 10, 1881
Geo. W. Brown, 48 Marshall St., Provi'
dence. R. I., cured by Cuticura Resolvent
(blood purifier) and Cuticura and Cuticura
Soap (the great skin cures) of a Ringworm
Humor got at the barber's, which spread
all over his ears, neck and face, nndjfor
six years resisted all kinds of treatment.
F. II. Drake, Esq., agent for Harper &
Bros., Detroit, Jlich., gives an astonishing
account of his case (eczema rodent), which'
had been treated by a consultation of
physicians without benefit, and which
spctdily yielded to the Cuticura Resolf.
ent (blood purifier) internally and Cuti
cura and Cuticura Soap (the great skin
II. A. R vmond. Auditor F. "W., J. & S.
R. R., Jack-on,!Mich., wis cured of Scald
Hadofninu years duration by tho Cuti
- - -
Hon. Wm. Taylor, Boston, Mass., per
manently cured of ahumorof the face and
scalp cc7ema) that had been treated un
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ot the hair, by the Cuticura Resolvent
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Tho Cuticura treatment consists in the"
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the new blood purifier, and the external'
use of Cuticura and Outicura Soap, the'
great skin cures.
Remedies arc for salo by nil druggists.
Price of Cuticura, a Medicinal Jelly,
small boxes, 50. ; large boxes $1 ; Cuticura
Resolvent, the new Blood purifier, $1,
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rjT FOR SALE EVERYWHERE -J
RcdinRton & Co., San Francisco, Agents
for tho Pacific Coast.
Dated May 27. 1S82;
Jacksonville Crescent City
P. McMahon, Proprietor.
Stages leave Jacksonville every Monday
and Thursday morning at 3 a. m. arriving
at Waldo in the evening, where close con
nection is made next morning for Crescent
City. When the 'new wagon road is fin
ishedabout Sept. 15th through tickets
to San Francisco will be sold for $18 by
Express and order business done at re
P. McMAnON, Proprietor.
All persons indebted to the
undersigned, either 'by Note or
Book Account, are notified to
pay the same by November 1st,
182. This is business.-
3Ilnlns Claim ami Ultrh Fer Sale.
The undersigned otrers for sale the mil
ing claim and ditch known as the Cady &
Emerson claim, in tho Blackwcll district.
For further particulars enquire at this
office, or 8. COHN.
Jacksonville, Oregon, June 10, 1882.
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