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Saturday, Decemuer 30, 1882.
Land Olllccnt RocImrz. Ogn
jiiiic so, I two,
To all Yrimm II mnr I'linrrrii.
Notice I lirrrlijr cltrn llial I hate -drNle-nnlcd
the OKi:.N M'..TI.m:i, no Hie paper
In Mlilch I ahnlt lirrraltrr pii1llli nil pre
eruption, Itomotrnil and application
for mining patent for land Ijlns near
JurkHomlllr. Jurkann enmity, Ori-son.
VF. r. ItlAMUIIV UesMer.
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For Sale. Four thousand pounds
of Liverpool salt--coarse and fine at
Nick Ficko's butcher shop.
Committed Suicide. Sergeant Hol
land of Co. K., 1st Cavalry, committed
suicide at Fort Klamath last Sunday
ny shooting himself through the body.
2Jo cause is given for the act.
Settle Up. All those knowing
themselves indebted to D. V. Crosby
at the Red Front are requested to come
forward and make settlements at once.
Don't hesitate because the bill may be
Drowned. A telegram "received
iere yesterday says that Charles, a
220 of J. T. Bryrao of Williams creek.
Jhe county,' was drowned near
rek on the afternoon of the
)th. .No further particulars.
Another Accident. Pat Daley
ie of the foremen for Cook fc Jeffrey,
the tunnel, broke a small bone in
Is right ankle last Sunday night while
ning down the steps m front of
kirge aiiumpt s residence nnu win ue
up for repairs for a short time on
Yery Particular. John Becson
"writes totbe"New Northwest" that ata
"recent temperance meeting at Jackson
ville, the majority did not believe in
""Father Son and Holy Ghost," and
would not sing the doxology. The
chairman, being a Methodist, took his
bat and made for the door.
CorPER and Iron Mixes. A num
lier of the residents of Jacksonville
3iave formed a joint stock company for
the purpose of locating and working
simecopperand iron mines in Josephine
county and parties are now out making
the locations. Those who are posted
say they have struck a bonanza.
Broke His Lr.o. "While on his way
to Applegate with a load of beer for
John Bolt on Saturday last John
Scbumpf, (Honnes) was thrown from
hia wagon and had a. leg broken in the
"fall. Dr. Aiken set the fractured limb
and the patient is doing well. No
damage was done to the team or wagon
as they were stopped soon after the
Eistracht Maequeiiadk. This
party will take place at Holt's Hall
next Monday -night. Everything has
been done to make it a. success and
here is nodoujt but that an iinmc&f.e.
crowd will lie present. Nilcs colebrat-
d cotillion band, of Cottonwood, Cal.,
will furnish music for the occasion, and
"the supper will be provided by
IMadame Holt. Come everybody, and
Christmas Tree. A large gather
ing assembled in the basement of the
Presbyterian Church last Monday nigl't
to witness the little folks enjoy them
selves. The Christmas tree was laden
down with presents for the children
nnd an interesting programme of music
al and literary exercises by the scholarh
of the Sunday School was also pre
sented. Such occasions are alwas're
tmerabered with pleasure by the little
Silver "Wedding. Although not
publicly celebrated some of their num
erous friends found out that Wednes
day last was' the 25th anniversary of
the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. K.
Kubli, when a few of thein gathered
at their residence in the evening and
extended congratulations and well
wishes. "We hope they may live to
celebrate their golden wedding, and
that they may contiuuo to enjoy" health
Christmas Races. The match race
between Simpson's "Capt. Jinks" and
Hanloy's "Hilly," distance 440 yards,
for $100 a side, was run on the fiat
this side of M. Hanley's residence on
Monday last and resulted in an easy
-victory for the former. Quite a crowd
was present to witness the race and it
is said that over 800 changed hands
on the result. After this anoOier race
wag made between the Sy mare and
Dollarhid's stallion, atne distance,
which was won by the mare.
Heligious. Rev. . R. C. Ogleshy
commenced a protracted meeting at
WilliamEburg, Josephine county, yes
terday. Regular services lit the
Catholic church in this place, Rev. F.
X. Blanchet officiating Rev. B. J.
.Sharp will preach in Jacksonville Sun
.day both morning and evening....
Iter. M. A- Williams will preach at
the Presbyterian church in this placo
Sunday morning and evening. Even
ing service commences at half past six
.-o'clock.... Elder M. Peterson will
hold services at the Mound district
school house Sunday morning.
Who TnEY Are. The "Standard"
B&ys the following comprise the editorial
and reportorial corps of the "North
west News:" Editor and general man
ager, Nan than Cole; telegraph editor.
O. B. Carlisle, late of the Walla Walla
'Statesman;" city editor, Charles White
head, S. F. "Examiner:" reporters, F.
M. Blake, "Evening Telegram" and
Joseph Gift, S. F. "Chronicle;" com
jinercial editor, W. R. Boone, "Journal
,of Commerc;" advertising agents, Thos.
Gardner, Sacramento "Union," E. G.
Elliott, Seattle "Chronicle;" traveling
.corespondent, J.S. Cart well.S. F. "Call,-"
subscription clerk, B. Crouiell; business
manager D. M. Gault,
'Twill cure your cold.
Happy new year to all.
Swear off and pay the printer.
Diaries for 1883 for sale at Brooks'.
A number of marriages are on the
Turkey shooting at Phoenix next
Monday. Data your letters "1883 from Mon
Graham flour for sale at Bilger &
Teacher's examination nt tho school
T. T. McKenzio now officiates at
County Court meets in regular sess
ion next week.
The proudest day in a woman's life
is her first son (lay.
Remember the printer when making
your annual settlements. ' -
The Times office will be moved to its
new quarters next week.
The Mart Taylor troupe shows at
Foots creek this evening. .
Granville Naylor is reported quite
ill at his residence near town.
Table Roc Encampment, L O.O.
F., elects officers January 9th.
Pickpockets relieved one of our citi
zens of 40 on Cluistmas night.
Three Farms for sale. E.iquire of T.
G. Reames, Jacksonville,jOrrgon.
"We learn that James Hughes will
soon open a saloon at Kerbyville.
The different Masonic orders install
ed officers last Wednesday evening.
Merchants complain of dull times
notwithstanding the holiday season.
Hanley Bros, "will take a drove of
hogs to the railroad front next week.
The rains did not continue for any
length of time and our miners are still
Judge Hanna is in Josephine county
on a prospecting tour after copper and
The party at-Pool's hall at Eagle
Point on Christmas night was well at
D. M. Bennett, the well known free
thinker, editor of the "Truth Seeker,"
Subscribers who promised us wood
are requested to bring it at once as it
CritTolman started for Portland
last week on a business trip to be gone
about a month.
S. W. Forbes of Josephine county
has been appointed a notary public by
The Phoenix and Ashland mills sell
considerable Hour heie since the Jack
sonville mills cmseddown.
Over 3,000,000 has been spent in
improvements of Portland and its sub
urbs the year now endiifg.
The Sentinel is twentv-sevrn years
old to day, commencing our twenty
eighth volume with next issue.
The entertainment for tho benefit of
th? Sunday School at Phrenix was
held at that place last evening.
Geo. V. Chrystal came up from
olt creek tins week on a short visit
to his family but will return ntxt week.
Charles and Colonel White, .of Rock
Point, accompanied by their wives;
paid Jacksonville nvisit last Saturday.
There was a slim attendance at the
Christmas Bull at Madame Holt's, only
about twenty five tickets having been
Geo. W. Brown started for Levens'
station this week where he will take
charge of stage company's stable as
Caton & Garrett, WintjpnJs Helms
anil Fred Grob furnished excellent
lunches for their patrons on Christ
W. H. Goro of Jackson county and
a recent graduate of the Ashland
College, entered the State University.
A new stone gutter is being laid in
front of the Table Rock saloon and the
Odd Fellow's property on Oregon stteet
by Mr. Young.
'Over70 tickets were sold at the Christ
mas ball at Phoenix, and all present
say they had a pleasant tiiuo and
A number of Jacksonvillians started
for Ashland yesterday to attend the
holiday ball last evening and the races
at that place to day.
G. W. Freeman was on the sick list
this week with a billious attack and "W.
G. Kenny has taken his team to Kiddle
after a load of freight.
The new distiltery buildings are all
finished and all the other machinery is
now in place. "Work will be com
menced in a week or two. ' .
Arthur Langell came in from Klam
ath county this week bringing in the
remains of his father for re-interment
in the Jacksonville ceinetry.
Judge Nunan presented us with a
beautiful calendar this week, issued by
the-Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.,
of which he is the local agent.
All the saloon keepers in the town
of Pendleton Umatilla county were in
dicted at their recent term of court for
tho violation of the Sunday law.
"W.J. Wimer of Waldo has been in
town several days this week attending
to his interests in the "Wimer Simmons
law suit over the removal of J. Han
sen, the receiver. The trial was set
for the 27th, but further time has been
granted defendant to fib affidavits.
David McBride proved the champion
shot at the turkey shooting at Gran
ville Naylor's on Saturday. The raf
fle for the pony did not take place.
Vick's Floral Guide for 1883 is as
beautiful as ever, notwithstanding the
death of the founder of the house.
We acknowledge receipt of a copy.
A land slide near Roberts hill in
Douglas county has interfered with
railroad travel this week and mails
have been arriving quite irregularly.
Plymale has just completed some
substantial improvements at the Ex
celsior livery stabls and is now better
ablo to supply the wants of his custom
ers. 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 ladswhpthrowed a stone through
the window of the Wiggs mansion near
the city hall on Christmas night wont
do so any more. Dodging bullets is
no pleasant occupation, they think.
The district school will commence
again on Tuesday next as all danger of
the spread of scarlet fever has passed.
No new cases are reported, and those
who were afflicted aro now convales
Our friend Tom Hay mond of Wood
ville celebrated Cnristmas with a
family Christinas tree, which was. a
great treat to the children and a real
delight to the many friends who were
David Linn and his daughter, Miss
Maggie, are expected- back from
Eugene City in a few days. Mr.
Fitch's condition has improved since
last .week and his chances of recovery
are favorable. -
A match raco will take place at Ash
land to day between "Captain Jinks"
and Dollarhide's "Dick" for 100 a
side, distance one half mile. "Jinks"
seems to be die favorite since winning
the race last Saturday.
Dcjih to rats, mice, roaches and
ants; Parsons Exterminator. Bams
granaries and househo!dsc!eared in a
Miigle night. No fear of bad smells.
Best and cheapest vermin killer in the
world. Sjld everywhere.
The first term of Circuit Court for
Klamath couuty will begin at Linkville
on the third Monday in May next.
The first case cemmencpd is an action
at law to recover money, brought by
Otto Htndrick against A. "Wolf.
Ed Smith retiirned from Portland
this week after an absence of about
nineteen months in IJaho and Oregon.
He has been working at h's trade for
some time past and reports times boom
ing in tho building line in Portland.
Jacksonville Lodge, I. O. O. F., in
stalls officers January Cth and Ruth,
llebekah Degree Lod e on Monday
following. District Deputy, A:
and a full attendance of uieinbersfisT
Tho Commissioner of tho General
Land Office has written a letter to an
attorney, stating that parties who buy
the claim ofa pre emptororhomesteador
do not acquire any legal title, and can
not maintain possession by reason of
The Board of trustees of the city of
Oakland have imposed a license tax
of 250 upon saloons where spirituous
liquors are sold in less quantities than
one quart, nnd 100 on druggists and
business houses where it is sold in
Miss Ella Harding, the only laugh
ter of Hon. B. F. Harding, died at her
father's residence near Fairfield, Ma
rion county, of consumption', on Sat
urday, Dec, 23d, at 7 o'clock p. m.,
aged 24 years. She had Wen ill for a
long time and her death was expected.
The copartnership recently existing
between A. G. Rockfellow, A. I).
Rcckfellow and others of Ashland for
milling, legal and other purposes has
been dissolved. A. G. Rockfellow re
tires from the legal and real estate de
partment and A- D. Rockfellow from
the mining department.
Another Ball will take place at Lav
enburg's hall in Phrenix on New Year's
nijht when a double wedding will also
take place. The couples to be married
are Mr. J. P. Brown and Miss Josie
Lavnhurg; Mr. C. C. Low and Miss
Lena Lavenburg. The weddings will
take place at half past eight o'clock.
Among the questions arising in the
operations of the Chinese restriction
bill is ono as to the statue of Chinese
wet nurses. The treasury department
has decided that a Chinese wet' nurse
must ba considered as a laborer and as
such is precluded from admission to the
United States unaer provision of the
As there are a number of parties
throughout the county on New Year's
night there will be numerous ball goers
that cannot attend the Masquerade on
Monday next. Those so situated will
remember that another bal masque
will be held here on St. "Valentine's
night February 14th under the aus
pices of Ruth Rebekah Lodge, L O. O.
F., when all who attend will be as
sured of a jolly good time. A general
invitation is extended.
People who. are countinu the words!
in tne mule to win tne pnz ot5iU of
fered by an eastern publishing house
can save themselves 'considerable
trouble by reading the following, which
was furnished the "Appeal" by a clergy
man of Carson: Letters, 3,50"6,48G;
words, 773,692; verses, 31,174; chap
ters, 1,189; booics, GG. The word "and"
appears 4G.527 times, and the word
"Lord" 1,855 times. And curiously
enough the word "eternitv" only once.
It is found in Isaiah. This numera
tion is taken from the unrevised
edition of King James Bible.
Ctias. Strang return'!1 fm "Wash
ington Territory this to pay a
short visit to his mo'er Mrs. Dr.
Vrooman. Since leaving here he has
been employed with the iragineen corps
on the Northern Pacif -nd expects to
return in a few day laving o.nly
been granted a furloUj,"" for a short
W. C. Hale, County C!erk of Klam
ath county, is here on t Bnrt visit and
will remain until afteJiW years. He
reports blackleg stilWreadnR among
the cattle in that sM"-, ,r,tn u,!Ua,
fatal results. Some"?!! nav6 also
died from eatinj the &&'' of cattle
afflicted with the diseag? and the peo
pie of that section lnfe qoit eating
beef fearing the same results.
The mills df the Claamas Paper
Company narrowly escar00" destruction
during the lateflood. Twiiterriaked
a barrel of lime, whichj6 fire to some
paper, which ignited a
torel of resin,
and that set the roof
ploycs by exertL'
ceeded in extinti
after about $500QE
done. This i3 the.J
The Hulbert survey
Mm AclilfrI T,i.lJ
prelimiuarv woilciiu thg Sulyirous-last
LSaturday, having rnn about 20 miles of
line, and Thos. H'irlburt has taken the
notes tcf. Portland. It is no? likely
that ths locating survey will l com
menced until sometime in February or
early in the spring, as the locators will
have no difficulty at all in keeping
ahead of all work.
"We had a friend say to us a few davs
ago: "I never do anything for a cold;
just wear it off." That is exceedingly
dangerous; one might do thai 19 times
and the 20th time tho cold would set
tle on the lungs and lead to consmi
tion, and thus cut one's life short many
years. Is it not better, and more sen
sible, to go to your druggist and seta
bottle of Amraen'8 Cough Syrup than
run any risk at all!
Tho capital stock of the O, R. & N.
Co. has been increased from 180,000
shares to 240,000 100 each. The
C0.000 extra shares are offered for sale
at par value to commence Dec. 10, and
end Dec. 31, books being opened in
New York and Portland. The Btock
can be taken by stockholders on record
Dec. 19, to the amount they now hold.
The new subscriptions are payable in
20 per cent installments per month of
January 1st 18S3.
Col. Dudley Evans, who has for the
past ten years been connected with the
express office of Wells, Fargo & Co. in
Portland,and for the last six years has
filled the position of supervising agent
with credit to himself and satisfaction
to tho company, has been promoted to
the position, o -superintetidentjpfEthis
orvains Dec zit. Last Saturday
night at 12 o'clock the lodging house nt
Iumans mill, in the mountains twelve
miles west of Monroe, was destroyed
by fire, and two of the inmates, Frank
Leonard and George Blake, lost their
iivps, and another, Joseph Shepherd,
was so badly burned that his recovery
is doubtful. They had procured a sup
ply of whisky for the holidays of which
they, drank freely during the evening
nnd went to bed drunk, leaving a blaz
ing tire in the fire place, "which com
municated with the adjacent wood work.
Ernest Holgate, a sober young man
who occupied a room in the building,
was awakened by the flames in inio to
escape without injury. After getting
outside and giving the alarm he found
that the others were still in the build
ing. He again entered and rescued
Shepherd, w ho is badly burned about
the head, neck and arms. Leonard
and Blake were burned to a crisp and
Jackson County Fruit. The fol
lowing, says the Ashland "Tidings,"
o clip from the Rockford (111.) paper.
The Mrs. "Woodruff mentioned is Mr.
Fraley's daughter, who was-itr Ashland
through the summer: j .
"Everyone who makes a visit to the
Golden State or vicinity comes homo
with marvelous tales of monsler pears,
mammoth apples and other wonders
from the vegetable world and now
Mrs. V. D. Woodruff relates almost
incredulous stories of Oregon anJ
products but subptautjatas . hec asser.
tions by showme tho fruft itself. Si
brought home with her a number ot
large apples the largest f which
measured over 17 inches in circumfer
ence and would just comforliWy set in
the crown of a man's hat. "A. pear
measuring 17 inches one way and 13
the other also excites tho wonder of
visitors. Besides the fruit she gath
ered many relics from places of note
and interest which she will treasure as
mementoes of this most pleasant trip."
llothcr Died or inlt U!iuin.
J. W. Adams, Newark, Ohio,-says:
"Cuticura Remedies aro 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.
Bft Bargains Offerf.d. The larg
est arrivals of the season at the New
York store which has this week re
ceived the most extensive and finest as
sortment of general merchandise ever
offered in this market, consisting of dry
and fancy goods, notions, clothing, and
the best and latest paterns of of boots
and shoes, hats, caps, etc., -which will
be sold under the hammer. Call and
see and you will find it to be so.
ii t'-il - -w-
Letters remaining in the Post Office at
uHCKsonviue, uregon not caneu lor
Dec 28, 1882.
Max Muller, P M.
Adams, J L
Barrett, Chas F
Battye, C A 2
Cbarueton Aug 2
Clark, H H
Cochran, Belle 4
Crendall, J A
Fisher, W H 4
Freel, Yio'a '
Johnson, W A
Liuder, Robert 3
McJohnson, T 2
Murray, J H
Phillips, E J Mrs
Ruddid, James 3
Smith, Jacob -
South, Rhoda 2
Van Cleave, F E 5
"Wallace, W Q 5
Watters, B F
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hat never fails Fever
To the sick ( is of little
uence how they ire cured.
r from a rational vie t of the
by the rules defined for the
guidance of the profession, so Jong as
the cure is certain and expeditious.
To a suffering man the question on the
relative merits of quinine or calomel ir
uninteresting. The faculty may
wrangle and discuss their various theor
ies, but Dr. 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
th advertisement elsewhere.
Important Caution. None are
genuine unless the signature of J.
Haydock, surrounds each box of Pills
and Ointment. Boxes at 25 cents, 62
cents and 1 each.
gr'fhere js considerable saving by
taking the larger sizes.
Holloway & Co., New York.
To all who are suffering from the er
rors and indiscretionsof youth, neivous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
ic., I will send a reciepe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self ad
dressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Tnman, Station D, New York City.
BERRY; In Jacksonville, Dec. 24th,
to Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Berry, a
FINLEY On Applegato, Dec. 24th,
to Mr. and-sMrs. Wui. Finley, a
TENBROOK At Roseburg, Dec.
1.7th, to .Mr., and Mrs. Tenbrook, a
-pon. . 4
LOGAN In Roseburg, Dec. 14,-1882,
r -li- - t - c 'n TIT ' t "'
MA RT1N LERCHEIn Sam's val
ley, at the residence of Fred Han
sen, IVc 24ih,by Rev. R. C. Ogles
by, August Martin and Miss Marie
creek, Dec. 25th, by Jacob Ev
ans, J. P., Chas. Williams and Miss
STIMPSON CENTERS In Manza
nita precinct, Dec 25, by Elder M.
Peterson, Fred G. Stiuipson, and
Miss Alice Centers.
BUCKMASTER MILLER Atthe
Central House in Ashland, Dec. 25,
1882, by Rev. J. H. May field, Mr.
Jacob Buckmaster and !Am Rachel
EADS SEARS At the residence of
the bride in Ashland, Dec. 26,
1882, by Rv. A. M. Russell, Mr.
Granville Eads, of Big Valley, Cal.,
and Mrs. E C. Sears.
bill. HI I ' h-TT-- ' '" -'
EMMITr At Plevna, Klamath Co.,
Dec. 17, 1SS2, Cora Mabel Emniitt,
accd 2 ears and 5 months. Later
on the same day, Kitty Jane Em
mitt, aged 6 years, 9 months and 17
dars; both of tcarlet fever.
CURRY At the fmnily residence in
Sam's vsjey, Dec. -28, 1882, Thomas
of Thomas and Mary
G years, 2 mouths
Land Office at Rosemihg, On., )
December 23, 1882. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
intention to nnulo final proof in support
ofhis claim, and that said proof will be
made before theMudire or Clerk of Jackson
couutv, at Jacksonville, on Saturday, Fob
niarv'3. 1883. viz: John Cantrell. Pre
emption D. S., No. 749 tor the S W 14 of
3 l'-4. Sec. 4, W of N W 1-4 and N
E 14 of N w 14, Sec 9, T 30 S R 3 W,
Will. Mer. lie names tho following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, said land viz:
Andrew Cantrcll, J. A. Rinchart, W.A.
Jones and Theodore Comcron, all of
Uniontown, Jackson county, Oregon.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Office at Rosr.nrmo, Or., )
December 20, 1882. S
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice ot his
intention to make final proof in support ol
his claim, and that ,said proor will be
made before the Judge or Clerk.of Jack
son county at Jacksonville, on Saturday,
Fehrunrv 3. 1883. viz: John W. Pitman,
Homestead No. 2G81. for the S U of S E
14 Sec. 21, N V2 of N E 1-4 Sec. 23 T 33
SRI W, W. 31. He names the following
witnesses to prove his "continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation of, said land,
viz: W m. Knighton and Charles Knigh
ton, of Etna. J. N. Hockcrsmith and
Joseph Hockursmith of Phoenix, all of
J acKson county, urecon.
"Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Qnlnlii e and Arsenic
From the basis of many of the Ague
remedies in the market, and are tho
last resort of Physicians and people
who know no better medicine to em
ploy, for this distressing complaint.
The effects of either of these drugs
are destructive to tho system, pro
ducing head ache, intestinal disorders,
vertigo, dizziness, ringing in the ears,
and depression of the constitutional
hralth. Ayer's Ague Cure is a veg
etans discovery, containing neither
quinine, arsenic, nor any deleterious
ingredient, and is an infallible and
rapid cure for every form of Fever
and Ague. Its effects are permanent
and certain, and no injury can re
suit from its use. Besides being a
positive cure for Fever and Ague in
all its forms, it is also a superior
remedy for Liver Complaints. It is
an excellent tonic and preventive, as
well as cure, of all complaints peculiar
to malarious, marshy and miasmatic
districts. By direct action on the
Liver and biliary apparatus, it stim
ulates the lystem to a vigorous, healthy
For Sale bt all Dealers.
WAnted. Several hundred bushels
of goo grain of every description, for
whicn vtsh will be paid. For further
further particulars enquiry at distillery
near town or address me, at Jackson
ville. N. K. Lytle.
Land Office at Roseburo, On., )
December, 13, 18S3. J
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
s3ttler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof 'will be
made before the Judge ort lerk of Joseph
ine county at Kerbyville, on Faturtiay
February 3. 1833. viz : .Tames Lyt' le Home
stead Hit. 258C He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz:
J. F. Mack, liarlcs Decker? of Waldo, T.
F. Floyd, Tins. Hughes, or Kerbyville, all
of Josephine count-Oregon.
Wm. F. BENJAMixiRegistcr.
Land Office Ar ItosEntmo, On., )
December 13, 188:2. I
Notice is hereby Riven that the fo low-ing-n-imcd
settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof wi' be
made before the Judge or Clerk of Jack
son county, at Jacksonville, on Wednes
day, January 31, 1883, viz: Joseph Shoc
m ik-r, Homestend No. 4002 for the E x,
S E 1-4 Sec'. 33 T 37 S R I and E M of 1?
E 1-4 Section 2 T 53 S It 4 W. He
names the following witnesses to prove
hi continuous residence upon, and culti
vation of, said land, viz: Alfred '"arlcr,
John II Cantrcll, John Johnson and John
Iolt, all of Applegate, Jackson county,
Oregon. Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
- Land Office- at. Roseburg On., )
,. ,4 , Dcctmber,.7,-1832. f
Notice is'hcrclrv irivcn that the follow-
Jinc-namejd settler fms'flled notice of Ids in-
tcniionwmaKC mini prom in support oi his
claim, and that said proof will be made his
before the Judge or Clerk of Jackson
county at Jacksonville, on Satnrday, Jan
uary 13, 1883, viz: Riley Phillpis Preemp
tion D. S. No. 7C0 for the N y, of N E 1-4
S W 1-4 of N E 14 --"ic 2J T 30 SR 2 W
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, nnd cul
tivation of. said land, viz: W. Dunhp,
John McKce, Andrew Cantrcll, John
Cantrell.all of Uniontown J:ickon county
Oregon Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Office at Roseburg, Or., )
December 7, 1832. J
Notice is hereby given that the follow,
ing-nained settler lias tiled notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before the Judge or llcrk of Jackson
connty at Jacksonville, on Saturday Janu
ary 13, 1883, viz: John A. Greive, Home
stead No. 2,011 for the S. W. J. of S. E. Jf.
Sec. 3, N. W. u of N E & E V, of N W
1-4 Sec. 10, T. 41 S. R. 4 E. W. M. He
names the following witnesses to piove
his continuous rcsidenco upon, and cul
tivation of, said land, viz: James Purvis,
Samuel olver, of Phoenix, James Spearin
William Ward of Pioneer, all ot Jackson
Wm. p. Benjamin, Register.
B. F. Rocser, Plff. ) In the' County Court
vs. J-or the State of Ogn.
E.U.Romans, Deft. ) forthe Co of Jackson.
Action at law to recover money.
TN THE NA3IE OF THE STATE OF
I Oregon you arc reouired to appear in
said Court and answer the complaint of
sain naintiu tncu against you by the nrst
tluyof February term 1883 to-wit by 3Ion
day the oth day sf February 1882.
And you arc notified thut if you fail to
answer said complaint as above required
the Plaintift" wil. apply to the Court lor
the relief demanded thorein, to-wit, for a
judgment against you for the sum of forty
eight and ninety seven one hundredth
dollars with eight per cent interest per
annum thereon from August 30th 1880
and the costs and disbursements of this
Published by order of Hon. S. J.
Dy Judge of said Court, made the 11th
day of December , 1SS2.
C. W. KAIILER.
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BEWARE OF IMITATIONS!
Be mro the Bants are stamped CRACK PROOF
on the heels, ami hare the I'UI'.K OUM SPRINGS
on thefo"t ami Instep, which prevents their cracking
orbreaklng. WeAre now making them with RUB
BER AND ASBKSTOS Selel which will make them
last more than twice as long as any Rubber Boots
FOR SALE BT ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTISO, PiCKt.VO HOSE,
SPRINGS, CLOTUI.NO.BOOTS AND SHOES, Etc.
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R. II. PEASE. Jr. ) . n(a
S.3I. RUNYON. ASents,
Ceo. W. Brown, 48 Marshall St., Ptot1j
dence, R. I., cured by Cuticura Resolvent
(blood purifier) and Cuticura and Cuticura
Soap (the great skin cures; of a Ringworm
Humor pot at the barber's, which spread
all over his cars, neck and face, andfor
six years resisted all kinds of treatment.
i' H. Drake, Esq., agent for narpcr &
Bro., Detroit, Mich., gives an astonishing
account ofhis case (eczema rodent), which
had hecn treated by a consultation of
physicians without benefit, and -which
speedily yielded to the Cuticura Resolv.
ent (blood purifier) internally and Cuti
cura and Cuticura Soap (tho great skin
II. A. Raymond, Auditor F. "W., J. & 8.
R. R. , Jacloc Mich., was cured of Scald
H.-ad of nin years duration by tho Cnti
Hon. Wm- Taylir. Poston, Mass, pet'
manently cured of alutmorofthe face and
scalp eczema) that had been treated un
successfully tor twelve ycnr by many of
Boston's best phvsicians and most noted
specialists, as wefl as European nthori
Mrs. Bowers, 143 Clinton St, Cincin
nati, spenka of her sister's child, who w.ii
cured of milk crust which resisted all
remedies for two years. Now a flno
healthy boy, with a beautiful head of hair.
Frank A. Bean, Steam Fire'Engine t,
Boston, was cured of Alopecia, or tailing
ot the- hair, brj. the Citicura Resolvent
(blood purifier) internally and Cuticura
nnd Cuticura Soap (the treat skin curcs)
externally. Which completely restored hit
hair when all said he would lose it.
Tho Cuticura, treatment consists iri'thb
internal use of the Cuticura Resolvent,
the new blood purifier, and the external
use of Cuticura and Cuticura Soap, tho
great skin cures.
Remedies are for sale by all druggists.
Price of Ctjtictjua, a Medicinal "Jelly,
small boxes, 50. : large boxes $ 1 ; Cuticura
Resoi.vest, the new Blood purifier, $1
per bottle Cutictra Soap (the queen of
medicinal and toilet soaps), 25c. Ccn
ctra MF.mciNAi. Sn.vviNG Soap. 15c.
Principal depot, WEEKS & POTTER,
Sanford's Radical Cure.
Clear licail and voice, easy breathing,
sweel breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
ing, no cough, no distress, by using San
foiid's Radical Cure.
Sneeze until your head Is ready !to fly
olf, c)ts and nose running water, throat
parched and blood feverinh or take San
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"Witch Hazel, American Pine, Canada
Fir, Murigo'd and Clover Blossoms art
what Sanford's Radical Cure is made ot.
tine bottle Radical Cure, one; box Catarrhal
bolvcnt nnd Sanford's Inhaler, in one
package for $1. Sold everywhere.
WEEKS & POTTER, Boston.
Gentle, yet effectivo,
united with Healing
Ralsam, render collins
voltaic electric plas
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MSTE plasters for every Pain,
Weakness nnd Infiummation. Price 25c
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GE&i' BiL ISSUE 1
USDF.R the auspices op
Ruth Rebekah Degree Lodge
NO. 4, I. O. O. F.,
AT KOLT'S HALL,
February 14th, 1883.
3Iisses Anna Bilger and Laura nubbel,
3Irs. 3Iollie Krausc, 3Irs. E. Sturgis, 3Ir.
Fred. Luy, John A. Boyer and A. H.
Kaspar Kubli, Henry Klippel, F. 31.
Drake, E. J. Farlow, Cbri.Ulrich, R. H
3Ioore, T. T. 3IcK&izle andFrank Kranie.;'
d kft M r tti? t Kb
si Fna n fj iVVx ErM i7t-
y&y Mali til
Committee or ArraDceuientn. -- -
3Irs. Rachel Fisher, Jane ublltana ,
Louisa Savage. -;"-- iS-JE
No maskers admitted until recognized -
by the Reception Cbmmittce.
'rtv-l...... ! 1...I! 1 OH AA1.
IICKI'13 UlCIUUIUg auppci, il.U, iuv;ui
Children under 12 years, 50 cents. There
will bo a special table for children.
The liest of 3Iusic has been engaged and
no pains will be spared to make It a sue
cess in every particular.
Mrs. P. P. Prim's
T nAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW
JL and comp'ete stock of Millinery goods,
HATS OF ALL STYLES
ORNAMENTS, SILKS, LACES,
CenUc nuns' nnd Ladies' Handkerchief.
Call and see them al the building form
crly occupied by Dr. Robinson on Califor
nia street. 3IRS. P. P. PRIM.