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Sathedat, Jasuakt 23, 1886.
'Contrary to expectation in business
circles, thers were orer three thousand
milts of rail -oa.l built last year in tho
United 1st ales.
, Port Townsend, V, T., Jan. 10tb.
Rerenue Cutter, Oliver Wolcott, ar
rivcdiere to day, with a ton and half
of opium which bad been confiscated
at Alaska. It is valued at $44,000,
and is the largest seizure eer made by
Customs authorities on this coast.
During theyear 1885 the Linkville
postoffice issued 15G1 money orders
and 911 postal notes, amounting in all
to4G,lG1.29. For the same period it
paid orders and notes to the amount of
$14,388 88, ana registered 952 letters
and parcels. 471 registered letters
and packages were received.
Hermann, of Oregon will introduce a
resolution of inquiry into the House
at the first opportunity, asking the
Postmaster-General to inform Con
gress what alterations be had made in
the mail service in the West and his
reasons therefor. It is said that the
extent of these reductions will be a
great surprise to Congress. ;'
The man who can movo away from '
a newspaper account is a fool, says an
exchange. The postmaster, on re
porting that rhe paper is rot called for,
gives the new address of the dalin
qnent, and one of tho first things he
sees in bis new home is the newspaper
bill in the hands of a lawyer. This
isn't calculated to give a good send off
in a new community.
A mreting was arranged for Thurs
day between Second Assistant Post
master General Knott and Senators
Stanford, of California, and Mitchell
of Oregon, and Representatives Wood
burn, of Nevada, Healy, of Idaho, and
Henley, of California, for the latter to
protest against the recent curtailment
of the star service on mail routes in
northern California, Oregon and Idaho.
The mail service has been largely re
duced, to the great detriment of the
interests of people living in tboe sec
tions. Tho vicissitudes of ttock speculation
are shown by the confession of Jim
Keene that he had no property of his
own and no income. And yet these
wrecks of Wall street manage to eat a
good dinner every day, washed down
--'rhinrpw'noSeTped to ruin so many
confiding people and who was said to
be stripped of everything, lives like a
millionaire, Tho broken (.peculator,
like the fugitive bank defaulter, has n
snug reserve fund, which generally
keeps him in all creature comforts.
Though Hermann, of Oregon, lo-t
his gallant fight for a place on the mer
and harbors committee, ho lias been
placed on two committees territories
and expenditures in the postnffice di
-partment. The vicious policy of the
postmaster general in curtailing the
mail service in the west, and et-ppoiullv
in northern California, Oregon and
Washington territory, givei Hermann's
place on tho committee on expenditure
of the postoffice department Kptt-iul
value. Heimann says ha will have
mail routes on tho frontier restored or
he will oppose in erery w ay appropria
tions for the department.
Congressman Hermann is actively
engaged in ruRhiug the claims of Oie
gon'B bays and water ways for appropri
ations for improvements. Ho has al
ready introduced the following bill?,
and will appear in a fsw days befoie
the committee on harbors to urge ap
propriations: For canal and locks at
the Cascade, $750,000; jettv work nt
tue mouth of the Columbia,$l,330,000
Yaquina bay, UG0.000; Coquille river,
$75,000; .Qoos bay, $1GC000; harbor
of refuge, Port Orford, in addition to
the former appropriation, $2,000,000;
Willamette and Columbia rivers, below
Portland and Eugene, and Yamhill
-rivers, $47,000; Upper Columbia and
Snake rivers SSG.OOO.
, The growth of the prohibition move
T-nentsavs an exchange, has assumed
'"nch pronort'ons in several Bunrbon
States of the South, that it has been
the subject of special investigation by
.! XT -- , ... ,
van iveif jors world, its corres
pondents foresee gi eat trouble for the
Democratic party if the movement i
not checked. Prohibition is making
great strides in Kentucky, and the!
World s correspondent there says:
"Kentucky sentiment is rapidly takins
a firm stand for prohibition. The
vote being 39,405 out of a total of
277,000. Tho prohibition workers
have declared they mean to submit to
tee coming Legislature a seueral law
placing the issue s-quarnly before the
people, nnd plans ar being considered
to nominate a fell tt&ta ticket in 1867. 1
Crater Lake Tarlc-
The Crater Lake National Park
scheme is now fai-ly before Congress
and the country, bills having been in
troduced setting apart a reservation
for thi purpose. The park, in many
respects, is one of the most attractive
spots in the world for tourists and
lovers of the wild and unique ia nature
"The News" has repeatedly directed
attention to thn many objects of inter
rst to be found within its limits, and
I Congress will do a most creditable
jiict of legislation if it passes the bill ic
troduced setting opart the reservation
for the purpose E( reified.
It will also be a most desirable
thing for Oregon to have so attrartive
an object within its limits. Eastern
tourist? will, through its agency, in
connection with Yellow S'ooe Part,
siake Pacific Coast excursion on a
large ccale. A more entertaining tour
(ban that via the Northern Pacific, in
cluding Yellow Stone Park to Port
land, thence down the Oregon & Call
fornia Road, including Crater Like
Park, and the sul lime scenery in than
Siskyou Mountains, which Senator
Skermon pronounced the grandest in
the world, to San Frantisco, and thence
by the Southern Pacific back East,
could not possibly be decided. Euro
pean tours have become tame and
monotonous to most travellers. This
tour would afford them uew and noval
experiences. That such excursions are
destined to become the most popular
with travellers who admire nature in
its freshness and wildnesx, there is lit
tle doubt, and ''The News" is glad to
know that steps have been taken to
make a national park in Oregon rival
that m Wjpming. "NewB."
There are three educational institu
tions in Oregon supported by the
State or under its patronage, where
any peison residing in this country
can receive an excellent education
free of charge Thee are tho State
University at Eugene, the Agricultural
Col ege at Corv altis, and Xhe State
Normal School at Monmouth. There
is also another Normal School at Ash
land. Any one desiring to secure an
education can obtain it by attending
either of these schools, and it will cost
There isaliw department connected
Willi the s'ate university, wL:c.i is
equally open to the holders of free
scholarfhins. The law Kcliool is lo
cated at Portland. The faculty v:
eludes feme of the nblext lawvtrs of
the state. Any young gpiitleruan de
Hmtrrtir-an ei'ception'allyv'oTabYo"11;? Sm.'s lley, Jan. 15, 1880, to
r J the wifciof Alonzo Noah, a daughter.
The only thing necessary to obtain
a free scholarship in any of these in
stitutions is Jo ask for it. All are ex
cellent institutions. They are main
taiued by the state for the purpos.0 of
aTirdmg free education to ail, and
theyiuvite the boys and girls of Ore
gon to come and receive its benrli 6.
Such an invitation ought not go un
heeded. The trial at Seattle of fifteen citi
zens of Washington Tertitory, chrgd
with conopiracy in st-emp'ing to rs.
pel the Chinese from that city, tr rmi
nated on Saturday lasf, as evervbody
expi-cted it would, with Requital. Tho
juiy wap out only ten minute-. The
citizens at Tuoms, who are under in
dictirenl for like offenso, will )rAiM)
go clear, there is general lejvioiT- on
the Sound by the people over the
Eight years ago Joe Pulitzer, now
of the New York World, was hanging
around Washington expecting Tilden
to give him something when he wa
declared elected and inaugurated
Now be ia the head of tvvc of the mest
iuccess.ful newspapers in the country,
and the r-preseutative in congress of
the richest district in New York citv.
Such are the vicissitudes of life in the
A venerable and very dry codfish
hangs from the ceiling of the R pre
sentivtiven chamber in the Slassachu
hetts State lloufe. Tho fish was put
there one hundred and one years ago
by a vote of the Legislature, to be "a
meniorialof the importance of the cod
Sshery to the welfare of the Common
wealth, as had beeti usual formerly."
Mr. Cleveland has been made "ob
vious" of the fact there is a national
debt demanding retogntiirn, and hs
nudged hu man that hobta the box of
pennies and directed Liiu to cfier
to pay something on it, to keep
VThat HTectT'Svc C-rcls ma.
A farmer in Missouri writes tha
he ho had tough time. The potato
hu got into hii fieldn; bis children
hud whooping cough, and bis wife was
crippled with rheumatism. Then he
invested fifty cent? In n battle of St.
Jacobs Oil, nnd twent-five cents in
one of II-hI Star Cough Care, nnd
health and happiutss relumed to his
Oregon Land Grabbers.
WasniicCToy, January 1(3 In the
prodigal days when the public domain
was voted away to promote all sorts of
enterprises and devious schemes," Con
gress donated to the state of Oregon
large tracts of valuable lands to be
used in aid of the construction of wag
on roads in that state. These lands
were transferred by the State to a num
ber of corporations organized to build
roads, or, as it has since transpired,
mainly to obtain possession, or it built,
the vork was not done in accordance
with the terms of the law, or in keep
ing with the contract with the state-
This condition of affairs has been the
subject of unfavorable comment, both
in Oregon and Washington, and at
the last meeting of the Oregon Legis
lature a memciial was adopted asking
Congress to declare the forfeiture of
several of these grants. In further
ance of this desire the people of Ore
con, as represented by their Legisla
ture, Senator Do!ph to-day introduced
a resolution calling for all the papers,
map's report and documents on file in
the Interior Department having refer
ence to these Oregon wagon roads, and
aUo for such information as may show
the fuilure on the part of either the
Sta or private corporations to comply
with the terms upon which the grants
were made. Dolph was determined,
sofarasbe is concerned, to go to thebot
torn of this matter, and he is indefatig
able in all his undertakings. The su
called wagon-road corporations that
have been gobbling up the public lands
without giving any adequate return
therefor can expect a full investigation
of the matter.
Goodcix Benson In the city of Grant's
Pjs3 by Kev. A . H. Sunderman, Jan
uary 18, 1830, Mr. John Goodell to
Miss Emma E. Benson, sister of Prof,
lienson ot U.ains, Douglas county.
Stanit Cook At Yrelca, Gal., Jan. 12,
lSbO, F. S. Stanley of Linkville and
Miss Ilattie Cook of Yrcka.
il'DoLis Itunix -4t the Commercial
hotel, Grant's Pass, on Wednesday,
January 20, 18iC, by Hon Garrett
Crockett. harks W. M'Uulin to Hiss
Anna P. Ituble; all of Josephine county
Monuow Packard In A; bland, Jan.
19, lbSG, by Rev. J. V. MilliganyW. H.
Jorrow, o! Portland, and Jiss Cora A.
Packard, of Asbland.
Patter-on U Jolon, Cal.. December
27,1885,10 Mr. and Mrs. Lair Patter
son, twin uaugliters.
IIexdei.son At Tule Lake, Klamath
county, Jan. 0th, 'to Mr. and Vrs. John
Jlenifcn, a son.
JnHK On Evans creek, Jan. 4.
-- aila xt J' "
IIarjios On J3ecr creek, Josephine Co.,
om. i, 1DJ.U..IO me wile or T.u. Har
mon, a dnughter.
JIalosev Near Grant's Pass. Dec. 2-1.
ItSo, to the wife of Wm. Maloney, a
Our Near Grant's Pass, Dec. 25, 1885,
io me wue oi nm. U. w. Urr, a aaugli
ter. Rkames In this city, Jan. ID, 18S0,to
the wife of Thos. G. Reame?, a daugh
ter. ?CT'V.JTJLnUgWi.imLLPULm-M ... jtM -Tl
Galet At the home of his parents near
Asmana, January 10,1850, Ernest 0.,
son of Jr. and Jits. S B. Galey, aged 7
ycirs und eleven months.
Trton At the residence of J. W. t'nntt,
in Ashland, January 10, 1SSC, at 9
o'c ock p. ji , Jrs. F. Tryon, of Dtl
Norte county, fal.
Is tho most virulent form of blood-poison.'
In?. Less speedily fatal, but not less -certainly
so, U the -vitiation of the blood of
which the first svmptoms are Pimples,
Sties, Boils, and Cutaneous Erup
tions. "When tho taint of Scrofula piv es
no time should bo lost in using Ayer's
SARSArARiLLA, tho only perfect and reli
able medicine for the purification of the
Is a foul corruption in the blood that rots
out all tlio inachinerv of life. Nothing
will cradicato it from tho system and prc
vent its traniEiission to offspring but
Ayfr'8 Sarsatarhxa. This prepara
tion h also tho only one that will cleanse
the blood of Mercurial poison and the
taint of Contastfom Di-oses. Impover
Uhcd blood Is produc!i c of
X wretched condition indicated by Pallid
Skin, Flnccld Muscles, Slialtcrel
Keres, and Melancholy, Its nrst
symptoms aro Weakness, T-angaoiv
Ilois of Nerv o Force; and Mental De
jection. Its course, undieclol. ler.ds
Inevitably to iasaslty or d th. "Wcmrn
frequently suffer from It. Th3 only medi
cine that, while purifying the blood, en
riches Itwitli new vitality, and Invigorates
the whole s stem, is
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, 3Iass.
Sold by all Druggists: Price $1;
Six bottles for $5, .
for Bnfants and Children.
"Castorta is so wtn adapted to children that I Castor! enrcs Colle. Constipation.
Ireconnaeodltiissnperiortooiijprfficripaoa I Son' Stomach, Diarrticoa, Eructation. V
tanratome." JLA-Ascma, JLD I EDsWOnas, cives sleep, and promote
1U Bo. Oxted Et, Brookljn, H. T.
OVERLAID TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & California R. R.
nu-e ft-m rerlUnd to San Francisco SJWJ
to "sacr-unr nlo $38.
Close connections made at Ashland
with stages of the California Oregon
and Idaho Stage company.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY)
East Side Division.
Between Portland & Ashland
Portland.. 7 :00 a.m.
Ashland. ,.4:15 A. M.
Mcdford.iolll p. it Portland.. 4:25 p. m
Albany ExprtM Train.
Portland... .4 .00 p m Lebanon. ,.0:20,p m
Ltbanon... .4:45 a JiPortland..l0.05 a m
Pullman Palace-Sleeping cars dally be
tween Albany and Ashland.
The O. &. G. II It. Ferry makes con
nection with all the regular trains on the
East Sido Div. lrom foot of F. St.
West Side Division.
Between Portland & Corvallis.
1KAVE. ' I AEniVE.
Portland. . . .0.00 a m Cbrvalhs. ..4:30 p m
Cbrvullis . . . . 8 sSO a ill Portland . . . 3 :20 p lr
Y Impress Trttlu.
IX.E. I ARRIVE.
Portlanct.l.fi .00 pm McMinnville..8r u
JIcJIinnyilIc5:45 r it! Portland. .5:30 a i
Local tickets lor sale and baggage
checked at company's up town office, cor
ner Stark and Second streets. Tickets for
principal points in California can only be
procured and baggage checked at com
Corner F and Front t., Portland Oregon,
Freight will not be received for ship
ment after five o'clock p m on either the
East or Wist Side Divisions.
It. Koeiilek, E. P. Rogers,
Manager. G. F. & Pass. Agt
BBS. J. I. SMITH,
Ilaving moved to a new location on
California street at the residence of E.
D. Foudray I hereby ask my friends
and the public genirally to give me a call
for anything in the line or Dressmaking,
Fitting and Cjjtting,
Dress Patterns Furnished.
My prices ( are regulated to suit the
times and satisfaction is guaranteed
MRS. J. M. SMITH.
"S. O. Building, Jacksonville
THE TJTOERSIGNED TAKES
pleasure in informing the publi
that he has purchased L. Solomon's
ttrest in the
POST OFFICE STORE.
Which nillb.e kept stocked with it com
plete and first class ass-mmentof general
merchandise. -I will sell -t
Very Zleascnable Hates.
Give me a call and seCfor yourlves.
The undersigned having been appointed
Assignee of the estato of Baruch Fisher,
lssignor, under nnd in pursuance of an
i ct of the Legislative Assembly of the
State of Ureff.,11. entlthd "An am in se
cure Creditors ajust division of the Es
tates oi Debtors who convey to Assignees
lor the benefit of creditors," approved
October 18, 1878, and the amendments
thereto approved February 24, 1885,
hereby gives notice to all those owing the
estate that an immediate settlement is
wanted, and those having claims will
present them at once accompanied with
the necessary vouchers.
My office is in Jacksonville,- Oregon,
where all settlements can bo made.
Assignee of Barnch Fisher.
For the largest list of subscribers sent in
by any one pers,cc before March 15, 1886,
we will give as a premium a
250 ESTLY OUGAN
A bright f-railv .and humorous paper
? S-r.d p"est.it caTd for sample copies and
I L'.brral pay to thosa not compttingor
i the orgin. '
Tss .ivvt-btcx Tcct.Trnro Oo.
San Francisco, Cala. U.Si
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO TIIE
ii. undersigned by note or book account,
arts requested to call and settle without
delay. G. KAREWSKI.
Jacksonville, June 22, 1885.
Ceizacs CaxriST, IS Fulton Street. N.f.
A. H. Maegly & Co,
Bilger & Maegly.
Selling goods for .
Glory and Very Small Profits.
We keep ia stock all kinds ( laelt Hardware, Store and Tinware, Oils and Plows,
Wagons Harrows and Cultivators
I amps", Bells, Bope, Iron, Paint and other Brushes, Curfy
Combs, Tacks, Window glass, Coal oil, Hinges, Blackings, Pad
locks, Door locks, Powder and Shot, Fues, Caps, Sand Paper,
Knives atid forks, Cross cut saws, Hand saws, Planes, Nails,
Traps, Grind stones, Bolts, Augers, Cable chain, and many
other goods too numerous herein to mention.
Largest Stock of Hardware and Farm
Implements in Southern Oregon.
Ctll or write for prices
CBONEMILLER & BIRDSEY,
LaBELLS WAGONS, BUGGIES AND HACKS,
LANSING TwIDING HARROWS WITH SEEDERS COMBINED,
BUFORD CULTIVATORS AND SPRING TGOTH HARROWS,
McSHERRV GRAIN DRILLS AND BROAD-CASTSEEDERS,
BUFORD PLOWS, ALL STYLES,
COLLINS CAST CAST-STEEL PLOWS,
RANDALL PULVERISING HARROWS,
CIDER MILLS, FANNING MILLS, CORN SHELLERS,
HAY OTTERS. FAIRBANKS SCALES,
COOPER'S ENGINES AND RAW-MILLS,
CHALLENGE GRAIN CRACKERS, Etc
EXTRAS SERVED ON &HORT NOTICE-
"We would respectfully ask our patrons nnd frieuds to call and see
our lino of goods before purchasing elsewhere, a? we feel sure :sve
Sell As Low If Nxt Lower
Than any first-class goods can be sold for; and we guarantee all our
goods as represented.
CRONEMILLER AND BIEDSEY.
Jacksonrille, Oregon, May 9, 1884.
GENUINE CLOSING, SALE.
-j.J.wfte. permanently from the mercantile
enure sioc& oi
W . Mama
At the Old Ashland Store,
At e Framcfigeo Cosi!
The Store and
Aehland, Or,, June 26, 1885.
HATS AKD BOOTS,
Tobacco, CigarSj Candies, Etc., Etc.
California street, between Oregon and Third, Jacksonville.
Fresh New Stock
Frank Brothers Implement Company,
Farm, Mill Machinery
BlfFORfi'S WALKING PLOWS, HODGE'S DOUBLE DRAPER Header
labelle Wagons, Walter a. wood's mowers,
mcsiiehry drill and leeders, reapers. twine binders,
buford's gang & sulky plows, coate3 sulky rakes,
BUFORDS RIDING AND GEAR,- SCOTT: & eO.'S Engines & Thrcbers,
WALKING CULTIVATORS, COOPER i CO Saw Mill Machinery,
RAN DALL W HEEL HARROWS, CARRIAGES, SPRING WAGONS,
THE CELEBRATED HOLLO .VTOOTH, BUCKBOARD WAGONS,
HARROWS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
A Full Line Of Farm Machinery.
,. Write for catalogne. Address either
- .Or, R. "W. PORTER, Agda, ra
H. Maeoly & Co., Jacksonville, Oregon.
KHEinjr eSrst. o. r
Fixtures will be
J M. McCALL
and New Prices !
FRANK BROS. IMP'L. CO, Portlanil, Or.
apr II S w(
Mas marked bat goods down to
Bard Times Pri
He will sell yea MORE ttOOBS fc.
LESS MONEY tknm evr WommWL,
in Jacksonvill. Bit stuck is
AS C0SD AS THE BEST,
Aid hi fsiiu iet
It is needless to eneral tht iwrtilm
he has to sell, as he keeps rrefytnlaflt to
be found in a firstclaM
General Ecrchauiiw He
When in town jiT ' " ,
will show you rxds at frUs tkt U1
KNOCK THE HARB Trill.
Idea clean out your hud.
Ilia stock is varied and complete a&4
you can hardly ask for anything k
not gut. "
Remember the place coroner of Call
fornia and Oregon streets.
Highest Market Price
S"Call and sec if this advrrliiesisni
is not as true as compel,
DBALP-R IN ALT, KINDS OF AGRIj
culuual imulements, tools of all
kiiul3 and a general aortuient of shelt
&3ZttiTAi CivV V3
w-llf-rt.3rUmVXT J.nT . - fc.
E-J tV tTP
He also kecp3 th6 largest stock oi, and
all the latest imp:oeracnts in
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
ASD A FITLI. ASSOUTirEtT Off
Powder, Shot, S4
AND ALL KINDS OF OIL
Give him a call mi cTamine his stock
before making your purchases.
A. S. Johnson, Pr.
As the demend fur fruit trees U to
great in this Jlk-y 1 h.ive started a Nur
scry in-this placu and will raise nothing
but the finest v.irietii i This year I -will
sell from the Woodburn Jt nrsery as usnal
and alw (runt the celebrated Alfttne&f
Nursery, Oakland Cal. The JbHowine1
fare some of the leading Tarieties I irlu
fiarly York Briggs Hei May.-
E. and L. Crawford's htnmp World.-
Wale's early ealwav.-
Alexander Mary's Chmc
Orange Cling Tellow Bergen.
Lemon Clinj and many more.
D?ru2io)9 and Ttiitvi'
Pcttite Pruned'Agen Peach Plata.
Italian Pruno Tellow Xgg.
Golden Prune Coo's Golden Drop.
Grosse Prune Bradshawv
Lfct Cathrine Prune Japan Pltna.
Cherries, Nectarine, Apricot, Qinnce,
A pple, French Goosberry, Oregon Cham'
pngne Berries, and all kinds ot oruamsnt-'
al and sliadc trees.
ASD DEALKR IK
COFFINS FURNISHED, OK- TaE
shortest notice and cheaper than at any
other establishment in Southern Oregon.
Furniture of all kinds kept on hands
Criterion Billiard sateen
CATON &. GAftRETT,
Proprietors. THIS popular resort, under bbv vua--agement,
is furnishing tha beit broad--
oi liquors, wines and cigars. Tne rearliag"
table is suDDlIed with Eastern neriodlea&
and leading papen of the Oosat. Site ntHT
a'call . ,