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Satcrbax, November 21, 1885.
J. H. MITCHELL
ELECTED D". a SENATOR.
The Country Press Has Forae
Influence Yet All Eeports to
the Contrary Notwith
standing. Tor years Hon. J. H. llitchull has
been the Sentinel's choice for U. S.
Sonator, believing him to hare been
tho most active and efficient represen
tative this Slate ever had in the Sen
ate. Ho has bern elected to that
position by a, vote that is highly com
plimentary to bimfcelf and gratifying
to his most enthusiastic friends, and
our exultation over tho result is par
donable under the circumstances. The
opposition to Senator Mitchell was the
outgrowth of personal differences in
no wise affecting his publie life, and
Bliould never have been used against
him to gratify personal end", and the
grand vindication and endorsement,
that he has received from the pcopV
of this Stata by his re-election is h just
and stinging rebuke to those who
resort to such disreputable pslitical
methods. His election 13 a pergonal
victory, in just acknowledgement of
his impartial labors in behalf of the
people of this State, as Democrats and
Republicans alike voted for him in
-obcjience to the expressed wishes of
their constituents. Senator Mitchell
is a man of splendid legislative and
oratorial abilities, conscientious in the
discharge of duty, of excellent judg
ment aud broad exericnce, and is the
peer morally and mentally of any iimn
in the Senate and the people of Ore
gon may well feol jirqud of their Sen
ator, and rest assured that every inter
est of tho Stale will be faithfully lep
resenled b) him. r
The third ballot for TJ. S Senator,
which elected John H. ilitcholl was as
For Mitchell Allen, Barnes, Beall,
Bird, Blace, Bleakney, Buncn, Cam
eron, Carson, Cartwricht, Chandler,
Cole, Connor, Ckavkn, Cusick, Cykus,
H. S. Davenport, Donning, Flynn,
Geer, Gibsou, Gilbert, Hall, Hates,
Hursch, Jolly, Kenworthy, Leinen
webeu, Lewis, Lyle, Mayo, Mollaley,
Ciias. Millku, H. B. Miller, Mon
tanye, Morrow, Perry-, Porter,
Prosser, Reed, Roberts, Roger, Sand
ers, Siielton, Shupe, Sioux, Sinton,
Sutton, Thompson, Waite, Watts,
Wilcox, Wilt, Williams and Waldo
55. (Democrats in smalt caps )
For Slater Abshier. L Bilyeu, W
R. Bilyeu, Burton, Cautliorn, Cole
man, Cox, Diot, Harris, Hoult,
Kuykendall, Lockett, Myers, Nlson,
Pennington, Prim, Rinehart, Taylor,
Yeatch and Weatherford 20.
For Williams Bourne, T. W. Dav
enport, Emmttt, Hare, Henkle, Mi
ning, Riddle, Smith, "Story, Therke'
on, Voorhees, Woodward and Kcady.
Previous to this final ballot there
was a proposition to adjourn, upon
which the vote stood: Aye Allen,
Bird, Bourne, Burton, Cautliorn, Cole
maD, Cor, Davenport of Marion, Dick,
Enimitt, Hare, Henkle, Lockett,
.Manning, Pennington, Rinehart, Rid
dle, Sanders, Smith, Story, Therkel
bob, Voorhees, Wait, Weatherford,
Woodward and Keady. All others
voted nay, so the motion was lost.
When the result of the last ballot
was announced and Mitchell was de
clared elected, Miller nf Josaphine
moved that he be invited to upper be
fore and address the joint convention.
The' motion was carried by unani
mous rote, cod Mr. Mitchell appeared.
Ex-Senator Simon Cameron, of
Pennsylvania, is the oldest United
Sttes Senator now living, not only
at to the length of his Senatorial
cireer, but as the fullness of his jears.
He was a Senator when. Clay, Web
Ster, Calhoun, Cass, Benton and Silas
Wr'ght were there, aud though he has
passed hJB eighty sixth birth-day, he
is quita vigorous, with es'undimrued
and his natural forces unabated,.
Mow to OblaiiuTitle toJsub
Where settlement Is made on tin
hurveyed lands, the settler mubt witL
in three months after the date of the
receipt at the district land office of the
ipproved jilat of the tovnship embrac
ing his cluiin, i a Pre emption 'claim
ant, file his declaratory Jitatpment with
the Register, and if a Homestead
claimant, make entry in the manner
irovided by law.
Where the tract is "offered" land,
the party must tile his declaru'ery
statement within thirty Java from the
date of settlement, and mak proof and
payment within one year from date of
Where the tract is "Bi-.ofiered"
land, that is, lands that liavo besn
surveyed and not offered at public sale,
the claimant must SIo his declaratory
statement within three months from
da'e of settlement, and make pro&f
aud payment witl.in thirty months
aftr tho expiration of the three
months allowed frr filing his declare
torv notice, or, in other words, within
thirty three months from date of iet
jtleiuent The price of land to a lire
emptor upon lands within limits of a
railroad grant, is -2 50 per acre, and
upon lands not within the limits of
such grant, 61.25 per acre, but settlers
prior to withdrawal, upon lands within
granted limilc, are allowed to enter at
?1.25 per acre, provided they shall
file notice of their claim, and make
proof and "paymont as in other oass.
A second filing by a pre-emptor
who was qualified at date of his first
filing, is illegal. Where, however,
the firt filing was illegal from auv
cause not the willful act of the party,
he can make n second aud legal filing.
A preemption claimant -can make
final proof and payment at the expi
ration of three months from date of
filing his declaratory utatemont, if at
time of making proof, he his resided
upon the claim six month)-, and in
other reepects compiled with the pro
A homestead settler can, at the ex
piration of thiee mouths from JaUi f J
entry, make final proof, provided he
then had actually renided upon, and
cultivated the laud tor the full fire
Homestead clnimanU should make
final proof within seven veara from
date of alleged settlement, and where
they havo resided upon the laud seven
years before entry, should, at the er
piration of three mouths from date of
entry make final proof.
Tr protest received at Washington
against seating the California delega
tion, sas tho Yreka "Journal," is
probably bated on technical giouuds
in reference to apportionment' bill
passed by the Democratic Legislature
of 1882-3, which was tested in our
Supreme Court, and the act sustained.
Tha protest also deelaics Henley, of
that district, is not a citizen, which
has not been tested. In fupfort of
this Allegation it is claimed that iu
18G4 Henley became, by his own pe
tition, a naturalized citizvu of Mexico,
Muxumlun hinibelf signing the doc
ument. Subsquntly he returned to
California, but did not mafec applica
tion for naturalization. This, they
say, renders him Mill an alien. They
quote in their protest the case of tho
Sintis.imo Trinidad decikion of 1S12
by Chief Justice Marshall. Henley
dfnips, and claims that he is an Amer
ican citizen. When Congress meets,
tun Clerk of the House will present
the papers spfcified above, and it will
be in order for Coiijjress to order an
invalidation. The dt-VM'op.nents ar
looLrd forward to wiih interest.
Consul Bee has just completed the
compilation of statistics showing that
since the passage tif the Rtxtrictbm
Act the Chinese popul ition is decrpis
iny at the rate of nearly 10,000 a
year. Tli dnpartureH from Sin Fran
cisco Mnca the Act went into effect
27,fOO, against 17,G5C ar-
SIIILOH'S CATARIiH REMEDY
a jmsitive cure for Catarrh, Diplulierm
and Canker Mouth. Brooks can fur
SUILOH'S VITALIZER'is what
you need for Constipation, Lc-s of Ap
petite, Dizziness aud all v inptouis of
Dyspepsia. PrjeelOandTj cents per
lottle. For silejit E. C. Brooks.'
WHY WILL YOU cough when
Shiloh's cure will give iniiuf-dmte er
lief. Price 30cts. and $1.00. Brooks
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint Shiloh's
Yitalizer is guaranteed to cure you.
For Rate at E. C Brooks.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made mis
erable by that terrible cough. Sluloti'ti
Cure is the rt medy for ou. Brooks
THE HEY. GEO. II. THAYER,
of Bourbon,. Ind., fays: "Both my
self and wife owe our lives to SHI
LOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE."
Brooks keens it.
ARE YOU MADE miserable hy
indigestion, Constipation, Dizzinrs,
Loss of Apneiile, Yellow Skint Shi
ob's Vitalizer is a positive cure. For
sale by E. C JBrooks.
- Of-tbsrluiiuii (jut-Biion Gen. Sber
idinsayjr: "I-weuld Tecwniaotid that
each family be given and located on
320 acres now provided for them by
law. Xu cast of actual settlement the
government should then condemn all
the balanco of each reservation at
$1 25 per acre, and with the proceeds
purchase government bonds, to be
ip. trust by the interior depattmcct,
only giving to the Indians each year
the interest on the boads for their sup
port. Let this money then be distrib
uted the tame as the money apprspriat
td each ear by congress. This, then,
would be more mousy than 11 appro
priated by congress, and would lake
the question for the annual appropria
tions for Indians out of congress."
Gen. Sheridan adds. 'I cannot agree
with Gen. Miles in his ideas regarding
Indian territory, or his confidence in
the ability of the Indian to make him
self self-supporting in so short a time.
All our'expenence heretofore doe3 not
warrant such confidence, anil such
opinions shou d be regarded as individ
ual rather than representative of the
irmy. Tne pairuaneut control of the
Indians is not desired by the army at
All the influence noisibla to be
brought to bear in favor of Riel the
Canadian rebel failed to secure him a
pardon. He wus executed on Monday
at Winnipeg. Ou thing can always
be rjlied upon. The Brkich govern
ment docs not allow thoS to live who
dispute its authority with arms'. Had
the government of the United States
followed the same general line of
po'icy it would have teen morn stable
than it is to-day. Tho" making of
treason honorablo never aided the
growth, strength nor ro-peetability of
any nation. .
For years past the "Orronian"
has opposed Senator MitchUI while
the Slminel baa labored for bin
election. Theso two papers being
the conlcmporiry pioneer papnra of
the State, and located at the rx
tn-njo end ef it, we hope the ' Or
goi(ian" will pardon our unbounded
rallfication at tho result.
The walls of the city Jehieo fell
down at a b!at,of a rjm'b hoin. After
it hud been couipau.d ahoin even
days, but one blast of the ''Oregonian".
Iat Saturda) knocked down all tie
opposition to Senator Mitchell und we
can say with Galileo the world moves
Ex Senator blmroii' dud at his re&i
dwnce in San Francisco last Friday
afternoon. Up was a man of pood
ability, gr.U wealth and Uw virtue.
Circuit Couct. The following pro
cecdmgh have taken place in the cir
cuit court for Jackson county since
the last report of ihr S1J1TU.EL:
C. W. Kahlsr v. V. W. Justus
efal.; to tecovnr money. Judgment
b) default tor 1C1.
B Cht-ar vs. Heaton Fox; to re
cover menev. Judgment by confes
hion for 5P3 CO.
Eugenia Ij. Atkinson vs. Heaton
Fnx. Certaiu real property of deffii
daat ordered reieard from the tuvct
ot a judgment taken Dec 6, 1S84.
N.- F. Stpidm&n andS. R. Taj lor
were appointed baihff-i
J. W. Ingrain, B Ubnnchain, S C.
Trtvlor and J. W. Baker were excus
ed as jurors for the term.
A venire was ordered iksued for 24
good and lawful men to complete the
panel in the cat-a of the State r.
Atimudi Mx-Darnel, returnable at 2
o'clock P. Jl Utiv lSlli.
The remainder of the jurors werw
ordered discharged for the remainder
of the term.
J. C. Tolman et al. vs. C Neil ptal.
I suit for lbiuuction. D-uiurrer to
compl-viut wiul motion to strike out
ovnul d and dfiiied. .
Nevvnmir- Fi-her, county treasmer,
w. O. T. Keed; suit for damans.
Otinurnr to cnuip-amt ove'rrultd.
tjtate vs. Wni.- Cristoe Bnd F. S.
Biwerj to foreclose mortgage. wDc
murrer to aiinwer ovprrtibd
Stato vs. Amanda McDaniel; in
dicrrtfnt for murder. On trial.
IIam C1111.DERS In Jledfonl, Nov 20,
I8d5, at the: residence ot Hev. C II.
Iloxic, Charlc3 liall and jliss Agsie
IAfcti Hconns At Klamt'tu River, Nov.
15th, 18o5, by Hon E. bhearer, -ujie-rior
Judge, r. Levi . Hen Lash, of
Humbug creek, to JIiss Lenorv Hujht-s,
of Klimitli Itiver, and daughter "ef J.
W. Hughes, ot Yreka.
Cnow DAMSAt the "VThite Sulpur
tspnmrs Hotel, in Ashland, Nov. lblh,
lorio, by 15kv. J. liondsiker, Mr. M. T.
t'row, of Scott valley. Csl, and Jlrs.
Bollic Davis", of Kast Portland.
Waucer At Spraguc rrvcr, Klamath
pounlv, rov. m, a&bo, to jvlr. ana sirs.
W. 'Albert AV.llk6r, a Urn.
DccvKtu In asliland, 'Nov. 17th, 18S5,
to Mr. and Mrs. Deuveau, a son.
Joiidut tn 'Williams creek, OcL 2Gth,'
I8S0, to ilr. and llrs. Jamis Jordan, a
Pcrdis Near Phccnix, Nor. 5th, 1885,
to ilr and Mrs. J. It. Purdiu, asou.
HEXDnusdv In Linkville. Hoy. 2nd,
18s",'to ilr. and ilrs. Pete Hendtrsonja
Cluui. Mrs M. . L.Elder, ofMettrord,
November 18, ISSj, of quiet consump
HowAltD In.Jsliland precinct, Nov. 14,
lbiH, Joknnie sonofZeaas and Fannie
Howard, a;cd 11 years, 7 mbatlis and
Glory and Very
We keep in stock all kinds of Shelf Hardware, Stove and Tinware, Oils and Hows,
Wagons? Marrows and Cultivators
Lamps, Bells, Eope, Iron, Paint and other Brushes, Curry
Combs, Tacks, Windovr glass, Coal oil, Hinges. Blackings, Pad
locks, Door locks, Powder and Shot, Fues, Caps. Sand Paper,
Knives and forks, Cross cut saws, Hand saws, Planes, Nails,
Traps, Grind stones, Bolts, Augers, Cable chain, and manv
other goods too numerous herein
Largest Stock of Hardware and Farm
Implements in Southern Oregon.
Coll or write for prices A II . Mafglt & Co., Jacksonville, Oregon.
CRONEMILLER & BIRDSEY;
LtBELLE WAGONS, BUGGIES AND HACKS,
LANSING HIDING HARROWS WITH SEEDERS COMBINED
BUFORD CULriYATORSAND bPRINGT,OTH HARROWS
iloHERBV GRAIN DRILLS AND BROAD-CASl'SEEDERS,
BUFORD PLOWS, ALLSTYLES.
COLLINS CAST CAST-STEEL PLOWS,
RANDALL PULVERISING HARROWS,
CIDER MILLS. FANNING MILLS, CORN SHELLERS,
HAY C ITERS. FAIRBANKS SCALES
COOPER'S ENGINES AND SAW-MILLS,
CHALLENGE GRAIN CRACKERS, Etc.
.EXTRAS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE-'
. We would respectfully ask our patrons and friends "tocal I and see
our line of goodd before pure-basing clsewbere, as we ieel sure wo
Sell As JLott If Not Lower.
Thnn any first-diiis goods can be
CBONSMILLKR AND BIRDSEY.
Jacksonville, Oregon, Jfay 0, 18S4.
Toilet Sets, Parlor Lamps
Clothing, Dress Goods,
ETC, ETC. ii.TC-,
In Full Measure
Red Men's Euildin?.
ill Go. Ostod t, BrooHjn, K. T.
Eor The Next Sixty Bays f
WE OFFER OUR STOCK OF (?
. lit such a Great SacriSce
Open The Eyes Of The People t Of
'TCALL AND WE WILL CONVINCE'tOU-
Oa -feonest !Fi&b43ri&
Mensor Bros.5 "Golden Rule Bazaar,"
sold for; au
we guarantee all
v cc? res sra pt3
11 eJ fl
Jacks oiiville, Oregon
Ci5lcr!a cnrc3 Colic. CosstipalKn,
Eoor Stomach, Diarrbosa, Eruttation.
irn'i 'Worms, givc3 deep, eal pruuiotea cr
fTl&cui taJarioa3 medication.
CrsTira Cosrrr, IS Fultoa Street. K. T.
f ME HW ro
m s2l tftH tc)
PrgWFp.JHiLJJLWaCTTO" I I PTT
jl is tri." a: c3 tci jl
Has raarkwl his goods down to
Hard Times Prices
ne will sell you MORE GOODS for
LESS MONEY than ever btfore sold
in Jacksonville. His stack is
GOOD AS THE
4 ' And his prices will
ASTONISH YOU I
It is needless to enumerate the articles
tic lias to sill, as he keeps everything to
be found in a first-class
General Serchandisc Store !
"When in town give him a call and he
will show you joods at prices that will
KNOCK THH HARD T1MSS
Idea clean out yoor head.
His stock Is varied and complete, and
youcan hardly ask. for anything he has?!
Kcmcmbcr the p'ace coroner of Cali
fornia and Oregon streets
Highest Market Price '
PAID for :
S"CaII and see if this advertisement
is not as true as goenel.
JGnya'lLLSS. - Proprietor.
-, . - :
rVEALER IN ALL KINDS OF AQRI.
XJ cultural impftenents, toob of all
Kinds and a general assortment of shell
He also keeps the largest stock ot, and
all the latest improvements in
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
ad a mix. ASsdnniEST or
AND ALL KINDS OF OIL.
Give him a call and examine- his stock
before luakicg your purchases.
A. S. Johnson, Pro.
As the demand for fruit trees is so
great in this valley I have started a Nur
bery in this place and will raise uotlriner
but the finest varieties. Thi- j car I wi 1
sell tiom tliuViKidbUrn NjiijpjTis usual
.a"nd also irom ahe- ccllbttlul Alameda
Nursery, Oakland Cnl. The following
are ime of the leading vanities I will
K and L. Crawford's
Wale's e-trly salvv'avj
Alexander Mary's ''Iioice.
Orange Cling Yellow Bergen.
Lemon Cling and many more.
"Pninow olid "Sl-mana.
Pcttite Prune d'Agen Pencil Plum.
Italian- Prune Yqllow Egg.
Go den Prune toe's Go den Drop
Grosse Prune JliradMi'iw
i fnllirin. 1TITHA -Tfini Thttr
' lurries, jTtctjrine, Apricot, Qiuncc,'
4'ppie, rnncn uoosoerry, uregon ' uam
"agnc Berries, and all kinds ol ornament
al aud shade trre3, ' ,
Criterion I!U!iai5 SsUk-u
CAION & GARRETT,
' 'I1IS popnlir resort, under new man
1 agcme7it, is.furnisninerthe West Wands
off Hquuf-i, wrnes and-ffiT The reading
table is supplied with Eastern periodicals
and leading paper of the Coast, Giv e me
Watchmaker r iKto. JcwEtfiit,
MAKES a specialty of cleaning and re
pairing watches anil clocks. My
siirz-23 arc reasonable. Give me a call
1 r" i -
Sheep For 'Sale.
Tlir rnidprsicmfd has 250 head of pood
jantton -sbey) and-350 head n't f jopkshejp
wffich'lieoutrsTbrsaleat a bargain. Call
on or address me at Jacksonville
Of Southern Oregon, arc hereby lafonncA
that in addition to a large and elegant
, line of
I hive added to my stock the following
class ot goods, of which Ihav nfull Hue
" Both Knit aad iluilla.
Infant. Wardrobe Complete,
"As" cheap &s to be bouEhtaBy plad ; also
CHILDRENS' SHORT CLOTHE8,
Under 4 years old.
A beautiful line 'of
- - HOSIERY!
Consisting ofLisla and Silk.
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Corbels
And Tnnnv other thinss too nuinrrnui la
I have also secured th
services of a
And am, prepare to execute all orders In
thit line in llit-cTass style at reasonab'4
Call and see me at tho building form
eYIy icetlpied VA. KJJohnsira in Cali
fornia htnet. MHS.P.P. PIU1L
1 SIUAS-J. DAY,
Notary Public, Iital Estate Jgt.
Abstracts mule, of Titles to Laacls.
Of all kinds drawn up, especially pertain
hig to thu settlement of tslatis.
Collector of Accounts Prompt
Jackson County Scrip .Bought and S:
I have a complete 6ct of Maps of all
Surveyed Lands in thl 'county, and re-t-civo
abstntctB monthly from Uocburg f
allnivy entries madf I am thus p e
pared 16 Juako out Homestead and Pre
emplior papers, and can thus save t par
tif s the i xiijate of a trip to Kccouri
Several fine farm3 are in my hands tr
Prompt reply mide to all I(tter
Charges iniacoudancowith the times.
Itefrrs, by permission, to C t Bcek
man, Evj,"jl-inkir; to Hon. Jj P. Tfeb
ter. Judge ot this judicial district, ana te
any business liouc in Jacksonville
onieoat south east corn
and olh slniT, Jaiksonvjllr,
corner C'a Norms,
.. O. Ecildiag, jickhcsvillar
'piIE UNDEPw-IGNKD TAKES
L ple-isure la informing tht jjuLII
that hf has purchased L. aoloiocn's
terest in the
FOST OfTFjQE, STORE.
VVhiqh will be kept stocked with a os
pictc ana nrst cirus assirtmentor gtctral
merchandise. I will sell t
Very Seasonable 2aioa.
Give me a call andee for vo'ir'lrnr
AW) DSILVB IK
GOFFIN3 FUKNISHED ON TIIB
altortest jTotice and clieaper thart atuny
other establishment in Southern Oregon.
Furniture of all kinds kept on band or
made U order . '
P. Mclttalioa, Proprietor.
Stages leave Jacksonville every Monday
"Wednrsday nnit Friliy' mornings MSa
m. arriving at Waldo in the evening, whero"
close connection isanade next morning
lor Crescent City. When the newwaoa
road is, finish(-abut January 15th
through tickils to San Francisco will be
sold for $18 br this route.
Espress amf order business (tone at je.
P. McM,iION Proprietor
.t a i r '- (
WILL PAY ' i
HIGHEST CAS.H PRICE.
Any on having -wool fo tell wilt do
well td give me a ta'I as I am' prepared
to pay cash. lor all lots no matter how'
large of small. Call on or address
J- Geo. Al. Willabd,
, ir ,
More "Wheat Wane3.
Ten thousand hushe s of good, well
filled wheat for which J will pav 50 cents
per bnsh61 dclMrea'at' my'mfll In rthis
p ace. To an those wlio are owing me
either by .note, lwxikcr other accounts f
are rennestcd to nav the same in wheat
for which I -wJlLalJo 60 cents per bush-'
el delivered. If. JAIUCHKIj.
Jacksonville Oe$ ..2r ISM,