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Satukday, June 20, 188G.
Shortly after (he election of
Senator Mitchell to the Senate,
we ventured into the prophesy
business, and whether or not
our first effort in that line has
proved a success must be deter
mined by our renders. Feeling
confident that- Scott would avail
himself of the first opportunity to
get even on theKepublie.au party
for entirely iguoring his malice
hatred and revenge against
Mitchell and electing him Sena
tor, wo stated that the Republican
parly might as well understand
now asat Eonie future time that
Scott and iho "Oregonian" would
be agaiuotthe Republican ticket,
it 'matters not who would be
placed upon it, and now we ask if
our prophesy has not come true.
It is a well known custom of the
Indians of this coa6t that when
they cannot reach the guilty par
ty to a wrong committed against
them, that some other innocent
person is made the victim. So it
is"with Scott; Mitchell is beyond
Lis reach, hence Cornelius, Mars
ton and Waldo wero the victims
selected to gratify his pent up re
venge against a man who looks
down upon him from his eminent
position with an eye of pity and
cjntempt. He would have the
p2ople belicvoathat the election of
Mitchell was the only cause of de
feat. The labor the Prohibition
ist and Chines questions, ho would
Have you believe, bad nothing to
do with the result, notwithstandi
ing the gre. t excitement ihe
Chinese questiou caused a few
weeks before tbo election. Ilor.
JBiuger Hermann is elected and is
a friend of Mitchell, an enemy of
Scotts for Scott recognizes no man
his friend, that is a friend to
Mitchell. Therefore we ask why
is it that Hermann is not also de
fcated with tho rest of the
The Portland Daily "News" of
the 10th, has the following:
Senator Dawes threw a bomb into
the camp of the Kentucky whisky
producers by a Senate resolution,
calling on the Treasury Depart
ment and tho Department of Jusi
tice for information in regard to
Secretary McCulloch's celebrated
order b which whisky exporters
wero given an extra seven months
to ship goods; also to the decision
of the Department of Justice, by
which they nre permitted to re
import their goods and let them
lio another three years without
the payment of tax. The resolu
lion was passeu. iliis means
snmo interesting developments,
and a good deal of music in whis
ky jcircles. The methods by
which this order was obtained
were somo what devious, and if
Mr. Dawes follows up his inquiry
there will be interesting develop
ments. It is not improbable that
tho iuquiry may result in tho re
vocation of the order by which
tho re-imported goods are per
mittcd to lio in a warehouse three
years longer after making a tour
Governor Adams is one of tho
best uaturcd men in tho State of
Nevada, yet ho has more old
bums and strikers after him than
anybody, all the time. When
ever ho appears on C street they
follow him up or head him off,
and want to talk politics and of
chances for re-election by intro
duction to confidential requests
for coin. Ho geuerally is consult
ered good for from four bits to 5,
but always stauds them oft' with
lour bits each. He thus charita.
bly gives away his entire salary,
and would be reduced to poverty
wero it not for his miuing and
cattle interests. Virginia City
Tho "Oregonian seems to
think that ifBlaine isuominated in
1888 that be will oarry this state
by 5.000 majority. As the "Ore
gmiau" furnished the Democracy
their campaign lies against Blaine
i.i 1884 aud that the state was
carried by a handsome majority !
for him it is therefore evident Oregon laquina bay, 100,000;
that-iho "Oregonian" is not the Coos bay, 45,000; Portland har
all powerful organ as the editor bor, 5,000; Cascades, 250,000;
would have it appear. I Columbia river, 250,000.
"Va21iixgtov, June 23. The
com bined, legal talent of the in
terior department has been spend
ing its time for the last three days
trying to arrive at some rule that
shall govern the department' iu
future in ruling upon swamp lands.
It is a general principle that all
oveiflowed lands not fit for culti
vation belong to the state, but it
is claimed that iu the states of
Oregon and California, especially,
there are thousands of acres
claimed by tho state that really
belong to the general government.
There are 38,000 acre involved
in the present controversy in Ore
gon. It is particularly complicat
ed, from the fact that settlers
have taken up a good deal of it
and received their titles from the
state, and it immediately be
comes a question as their standing
in case tho lands revert to the
general government. It is pro
posed to settle the question once
forall by ageneral rule if possible.
A. 0. TJ. W. The Supreme
Lodce, A. O. U. W beau its
sessions in Minneapolis, Juue 15th.
Supreme Recorder and Sec
retary's report exhibited the fol
lowing financial statement for
1885. Receipts, 331,000; dis
bursements, $25,349; balance on
hand, S5.G51- Relief Fund re
eeipfs, 05,241, disbursements,
01,550. Tho Benficiary Fund
showed a total of 1 284 deaths
dnrlng the year, Kev, York and
California being the first and
second in magnitude. The total
beneficiary assessments during
tho year were 2,580,408,85;
losses paid, 2,5GG,458. The to
tal number of death losses paid
since organization are 7,009, am
ounting to 13,875,148. The re
port of the Supreme Medical Exi
aminer emphasized and asked
legislation on the following
points: Uniform medical exami
iuatiou blanks; submission uf all
proofs of death to the Grand Medi
ical Examiner, and reporting of
death in English.
It is certainly amusing as well
as disgusting to tho intelligent
people of tLis state to read the
many silly squibs m the "Oregon
ian" since the election. The edi
tor would have its readers be
lieve, that the defeat of the Re
publican party was due to Mitch
ells unkiudness in firing him out
of the Custom House for "mal
feasance in office," aud nothing
more. The labor question, the
anti-Chinese agitators figured but
little when compared with Scotts
hatred of Mitchell and bis desire
to get revenge on all who have the
least friendship for Mitchell. "We
will say to the editor of the "Ore
gonian" that if it is his iuiention
to get oven on all of Mitshell's
friends, we would advise him to
commence first in Southern Ore
gon, for tho reason that we be
hove his lease of life will be end
ed by the time ho gets through
with this section.
Somo inquisitive journalist has
ascertained that of the 408 Sena
tors, members and Tenitorial del
egates who compose Congress, six-ty-tnree
Baptists, forty-one Epis
copaliaus, thirty-seven Presbyter,
iaus, thirty-six Catholics, fifteen
Unitarians, eight Lutherans, ten
Christians (CampboIIites), aud two
Quakers, making a total of 2S3
who are actively connected with
some church, organization. This
leaves 125 who etiher never bd
longed to any church or have
drifted out of such associations.
"Wo would suggest that the
1 oung Mens Christian Associa
tiou of Portland, appoint a com.
mittec to wait ou Harvy Scott,
for tho purpose of ascertaining
how many years-in the future, it
will require to apeaso his hatred
malice and revenge against
Mitchell, aud to oiler to him tho
benefit of their prayers, to aid
him in his christian work.
AniongfSome of the most imi
portant changes made by the Sem
ate committee in the house river
and harbor billrare the following,
the amounts given being the
totals of appropriations reconii
mended by the Senate committee:,
Klamath Circuit Court.
The followinj proceedings have, tak
en place in the circuit court for Klam
John F. Miller vs. Jas. Tobih; mit
in equity. Dinibsed at plaiutitTt
Alford fc Bragdon vs. S. E. Pur-i
dam; to recover money. Judgment for
$350 and costs.
F. Roper vs. S. E. Purdum and J.
W. Weaver; to recover money. Judg
ment for 325.
Porter. Sletunger & Co. vs. Purdum
& Weaver; to recover money. Judg
ment for $675.
Geo. A. Kohn vs. Purdum &. Wea
ver; to recover money. Judgment foi
John G. Eliallock was appointed
bailiff for the grand jury.
S. B. Cranston vs. Q. A. Brooks; to
recover money. Continued.
Emma C. Carlock vs. Win. E. Car
lock; suit for divorce. Default entered
and referred to the County Clerk to
Truman, Isham & Hor.ker vs. A. P.
Carrick; to recover money. Judg
ment for 631 and costs.
Jos. Hendrix vs. M. A. and C. C
Dixon; partition of realty. Dis
missed. Geo. Schwenck vs. J. F. Munz; to
recover money. Dismissed.
Geo. Schwenck vs. J. F. llunz; to
set aide deed. Dismissed.
John F. and W. P. Miller vs. D.
Cronemtller; anneal from Justice's
court. Dismissed at cost of defend
State vs. Samuel Gaidner; indict
ment fur disturbing the peace. Din
missed for want of jurisdiction.
State vr. Clyde Daniels; indictment
for larceny. Dumix&ed.
The indictments heretoforo found
against several of the liquor dealers of
Klamath county were dismissed, under
the decision of the Supreme Court in
the case against T. C. Gaunt.
State of Oregon, ex rel. D P.
Shook, vs. J. H. Colaban;'contcnipt of
court. Taken under advisement.
Wate'house & Lester vs. A. D
Carrick; to recover money. Contin
ued. Philip Mathews vs. A. D. Carrick;
to recover money. Same.
James II. Culahan vs. Amon Shook;
Amou Shook vs. James II. Colahan;
Chas. Putnam vs. W. S. Webb, Sr.;
Nancy A Baker vs. Lewis A. Bak
er; suit for divorce. Decree granted.
W. J. Paul vs. Louis and Martha
Land; suit in equity. Continued.
The Fourth at Phoenix-
Tho following excellent programme
has been arranged for the celebration
at Phoenix on July 3d:
1. Music By the Jacksonville Sil
ver Cornet Band.
2. Song PhoVnix Glee Club.
3. Prayer Chaplain, Rev. A. R.
4. Song Glee Club.
5. Music Band.
6. Reading Declaration A. Soule
7. Music Band.
8. Oration By Prof. M. G.Roiol.
9. Song Glee. Club.
10. Mumc Band.
There will be free dinner for all.
After dinner toasts nuil general
amusement consisting of sack racts,
wheelbarrow races, foot races and
other games too numerous to men
tion. "Washington, June 23. Repre
sentative Hermann, of Oregon,
secured from the secretary of war
to-duy an order rescinding tho
former order removing soldiers
from Fort Klamath. Sheridan
has issued orders to the officer iu
command at Klamath to hold his
State Teacher's Association.
Profatsor E. B. McElroy, State
Superintendent of Public Instruction,
I has decided to hold the annual meeting
of the State Teacher's Association at
Yaquina city, commencing, on July
6th and closing July 9th. The rail
road companies will make greatly re
duced rates to all atiending oler their
lines, and the hotels and boarding
houses at Yaquina city, nud Newport
and South Beach will entertain those
attending during the days of the ass
ciation not to exceed SI per day, Ar
rangements have been made for the
accommodation of 320 persons at this
In the stomach derelops ao acid whfch stings
the upper part of the throat and palate, cans
produce "wind on the stomach, ' ' and a feel
ing and appearance of distension In that or
gan after eating. For both this acidity and
swelling Hostetter's Stomach Bitters Is a
much better remedy than alkaline salts, like
hartshorn and carbonate of soda. A wine
glassful of the Bitters, after or before dinner
will be found to act as a reliable carminatire
or preventive. This line specific for dyspep
sia, both in its acnte and chronic form, also
prevents and cures malarial fever, constipa
tion, liver complaint, kidney troubles, ner
vousness and debility. Persons who observe
in themselves a decline of vigor should use
this fine tonic without delay.
Wilkinson Oktu In this city, Juno
'-'3, 18SG, bv Kev. F. X. ttlancliet. Ed
ward Wilkinson and Miss Flora Orlh.
Kline At Ashland, June 1C, 1S8C, to Jfr.
and Jlrs. C. II. Kline, a, daughter.
Hocceksmith Near Jledforu, June 4,
18SG, to Mr. and Jrs. J. 3f. Hocker-
smith, a daughter.
Scott In Langell valley, KlamatU
county, June lith, to Sir- and Mrs-
rank fccott, a son.
WnrrE At Rock Point, June 21, 1886, to
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Whiter a son.
Cook On Foot's treek, June 18lS8G,.to
Mr. and Jrs J-A. Cook, a son
WircnEB In Sam's valley, June 17.
18S6, to Jr. and Jrs. Wm. Witchec a
Is the most virulent form of blood-poUon-Ing.
Less speedily fatal, but not less cer
tain! v so, is the titiation of the blood of
which tho first symptom are Pimples,
Sties, Boils, and Cutaneous Erup
tions. "When the taint of Scrofula rives
no time should be lost In uslnx Ayer's
Sarsapaiulla, the only perfect and reli
able medicine for the purification of the
Is a fonl corruption in the blood that rots
out all the machinery of life. Nothing
will eradicate it from the system and pre
tent its transmission to offspring but
Ayeii's Sarsaimiulla. Thh prepara
tion is also the only one that will cleanse
the blood of Mercurial poison and the
taint of Contagious Diseases. Impover
ished blood is productive of
A wretched condition indicated by Pallid
Skin, Flaccid Muscles, Shattered
Nerves, and Jlelancholy. Its first
symptom are Weakness, Languor,
Loss of Nerve Force, and Mental De
jection. Its course, unchecked, leads
me itably to insanity or death. "Women
frequently suffer from it. The only medi
cino that, while purifving the blood, en
riches it with new vitality, and invigorates
the whole t) stem, is
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
SoldKfrtJjnruggists: Price $1;
HsPtes lor i5.
Administrator's Sale of Eeal
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN THAT
by an order of the county court of
Jackson county, Oregon, duly made and
entered of record, on the 8th o!"Junc,18SG,
the same being a day of the regular June
term, 18SG, of said court, the undersigned,
as the administrator of the estate of Wm.
Briner. deceased, was authorized and
commanded to sell 'he following describ
ed real properly, belonging to said estate
and lying and being in Jackson county,
TheW WoftheNE U andNW if of
S E if and lots No. 1, 2 and 3 all in sec
tion 20 in Township 37 S, of ranse 1 west,
in Jack: on county, Oregon, and contain
ing a fraction less than 1G() acres.
And in pursuance of said order I will on
n(urd.ir. September 4, IS.SC;
between tliehours of 10 A. M.andS p. M.of
said day, at Ihe fourt House door in Jack
sonville, lackson county, Oregon, sell the
a' ove d-seribed real property to the high
Terms of Sale Said property wi'l be
sold for gold coin cash in hand on day of
sale. 11 c UODDAKD,
Administrator estate of "Wm Briner,
June 12th 18S6.
7irieular atoM on rUl r vyiilv salt,
lanl tit ph nnI co' eclioe, in-ijuJing Uor
Lsridaid I s Mr2ss Fir S'.la or Leass.
I ia tho owner of va farrca
All 1 are r.v r-ailir i- pprinK n-'l bro Irs
im'ir.nnir: hi9 '-ryia io . J'tiey hiro
h h liabe-iw. 1 v in-n Int. on-,.; on h
ar!-nn 1i i O ooh ii-ua Ku".ii ijei
ari ii i. e,t b't-i x t 'Ji t-ues It? It
mil .".. t ' o'h . 1 t nt J .!!.. ilh:
in-li laii r l-.i. tnrh-trdinuti
thata m yt Ihol ml t w II cultiratalt
tor iuttier i.ir'icu as i on ro .f
a-0 U. f. DOWELL.
This space is reserved for
Mrs. M. Mensor's
I MILLINERY STORE.
ASD DEALER MJ
J shortest notice and cheaper than at any
other establishment in Southern Oregon.
Furniture of all kinds kept on hand oi
made Xo order
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the County Court ot the htate of Ore
gon for Jackson County.
In the matter of the estate of Julien Ras
NOTICE IS 1IEKEBY GIVEN THT
the Administrator of the estate of
Julien Raspnl, deceased, has filed in Ihe
county court of Jackson county, Oregon,
his final account as such administrator,
and by order of said court Tuesday, the
Cth day of July, 188o, at 'be hour of 10
o'clock a . m set for bearing. All persons
interested aic hereby notified to appear
and file his or her objections to said ac
count on or before said day.
Published by order of Hon. E. DePeatt,
Jtt.l se of said court. IUnlAEi. Mohat.
Dated June 11th, 18SG.
Petition For License.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, E.B. Caton. will apply to the
County Court at the July session for li
cense to sell liquor in less quantities than
one gallon in the town of Central Point
for the period of six months from July 11,
Central Point, June 13, 1836
Watchmaker iD Jeweler,
TAKES a specialty of cleaning and re-
1VI noirtnrr tratrhpfi And docks. 2St
Clunr-r are reasonable. Utre me a call
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inOFFFNS FURNISHED OH THE
Merritt's Cash Store.
The Only Cash Store in Jacksonville!
Spring Stock! New Goods,
isnsw PMGES !
Coffee C. Sugar, 13 lbs. for 1 00
Powdered Sugar, per box, 3 00
Choice C. It Coffee, perlb., 14
Fair C. R. Coffee, per lb., 10
Choice Oolong Tea, per lb., 60
Oysters, per can 12iand... 15
Gloss Starch, 6 & box 65
Assorted Jellies 25
Good Lard, 10 lb. cans 75
Sardines, per box.... 10 and.. . . 15
Dress Goods ! Fancy Ginghams
LIsTJECDST ULSTERS !
Bed Men's Building, ....
A. H. fflcegfy & Co
Bilger & Maegly.
Selling goods lor
Glory and Yery Small Profits.
We keep in stock all kinds of Shell Hardware, Stove and Tinware, Oils and Plows,
Wagons Harrows and Cultivators
I amps, Bells, Bope, Iron, Paint and other Brushes, Curry
Combs, Tacks, Window 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 man
other goods too numerous herein to mention.
Largest Stock of Hardware and Farm
Implements in Southern Oregon.
Call or write for prices
GENUINE CLOSING SALE.
Owinc to ill health and recent fina eial
cd to retire tcrmancntly from the mercantile
entire stock ot
At the Old Ashland Store,
At an ffVsiaMeteo Coi I
The Store and
Ashland, Or., June 26. 1885.
Crf&eeries and Clatlilig;
HATS ANB BOOTS,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies, Etc., Etc.
California street, between Oregon and Third, Jacksonville.
CALL AND SEE MY
Fresh New Stock and New Prices !
PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
Frank Brothers Implement Company,
DEALERS IN .
Farm, Hill Machinery
BUFORD'S WALKING PLOWS, HODGE'S DOUBLE DRAPER Headers
LaBELLE WAGONS, WALTER A. WOOD'S MOWERS,
McSHEhRY DRILL AND LEEDERS, REAPERS, TWINE BINDERS,
BUFORD'S GANG & SULKY PLOWS, COATE3 SULKY RAKES,
BUFORD'S RIDING AND GEAR, SCOTT A CO.'S Engines & Threshers,
WALKING CULTIVATORS, COOPER & CO Saw Mill Machinery,
RANDALL WHEEL HARROWS', CARRIAGES, SPRING WAGONS,
THE CELEBRATED HOLLO .VTOOTH, BUCKBOARD WAGONS,
HARROWS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
A Pall Line Of Farm Machinery,
Write for catalogue. Address either
FRANK BROS. IMFL. CO, Portland", Or.
Or, R. "W. PORTER, Agent, Oregon City, Oregon. apr II 3 m
French Calf Sewed Bcots $5 00
Carpets, Floor and Tahl Oil
cloth in excellent patterns
Good Calf Boot 3 75
Good Kip Boot, 2 50
Boys' Suits, 12 to 17 years 6 00
Men's Suits, fair. 10 00
Ladies' Stockingi. ... 10 to 60
Ladies' French Kid Shoes, 3 50
Ladies' American Kid Shoes. ... 2 50
. ... Jacksonville, Oregon.
II . Maf.olt & Co., Jacksonville, Oregon.
difficulties, tbe undeisientd has conc'ud
business, and therefore oilers for sa e his
Fixtures will bo
. J M. McOALL
The Dull Times
n.is marked his goods down to
Hard Times Prices
He will sell you MORE GOODS for
LESS MONEY than ever UToreiold
in Jacksonville. His stock is
AS GOOD AS THE BEST,
And bis prices w.ll
It is needless to enumerate the artielt
lie h.1C tn fll n hf. kpim fvrrttiit,f 1..
be found iu a first-class
General Merchandise Store
Vhcn in town give him a call and ho
will show yon go oils at prices that will
KNOCK THc HARD TIMES,
Idea clean out your head.
His stock Is varied and complete, and
you can hardly abk lor anything he hag
llemembcr the p'acc coroner of Call
fornia and Oregon streets.
Highest Market Price
ESTCall and see if this advrrtisemenl
is not as true as gospel.
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J0I1X 3I1LLES, - Proprietor.
DEAM5K IN ALL KINDS OF AGKI
cultural implements, tools of all
kinds and a general assortment of shelf
He also keeps the larpcst stock of, and
all the latest improvements in
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
AND A FULL ASSORTMEXlf Of
lewder, Shot, Etc
AND ALL KINDS OF orL.
Give him a call ami examine his stock
ln'fore m.ikinj; your purchases.
ANGLE & PLYMALE Prop's.
The undersigned takes fileajnrt fn an
nouncin; that he has opened his place of
business in the new town ofJledford, Or
egon. nndis now prepared to furnish, in
PAINTS AND OILS
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
CAN DIES, HUTS,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHIN.G, Etc,
My stock Is fresh and first-class, and t
propose to keep a full assortment of eveix
thing in my line and sell at -
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
Alt I ask is a trial,
E2?"Highest price paid for Produce.