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Satukdat, July 3, 1880.
A correspondent in the daily
"Orpgonian" of the 2G of June
slguuig himself Pioneer Repub
lican uAlompU in his own way to
give the political history of Sen
ator Mitchell fmm 1802 down to
the present lime. From the tone
of the letter and the ideas adi
vanced a Btrangrr would be led
to believe that the moral status
of our state was indeed very low.
It is indeed very surprising that
tbe people would select such
charctera and send them to elect
senators and make l.iws fur us, if
they are men buch as described
ly thQ correspondent. Wo will
vcutute to say without fear of suc
cessful contradiction that the
characters ami standing of the
men who voted for Mitchell in
1872 aud 1882 wiil compare fav.
orable with any other representa
tions that elected a senator in
this state. The writer evidently
for-got wnen ho was condemning
the methods used by Mitchell's I
friends to elect him that Harvy
Scott who now publishes his own
condemnation :u the lotter of
Pioneer, as it is well known that
he was the principal manipulator
and wire puller for Mitchell dur
ing that senatorial campaign. It
it is true that Mitchell was elect
ed iu the way hinted by Pioneer
then it is also true that Scott was
amoug the "contracting parties,"
as. he was at the time Mitchell's
man Friday ready to do his bid
ding at all times and under all
circumstances. Pioneer also re.
fers to the endorsement of Mitch,
ell in 1874 by the Albany conven
tion. Here again wo iiud Scott
on hand to have tho resolution
endorsing Mitchell passed by the
convention which is now so biti
terly condemned by Pioneer, but
approvingly published by Scott.
This consistency will compare
well with all his former political
action since the malfcasanco bus
iness, for which he was fired from
the Custom house. Mitchell had
no friend who expressed himself
so -devoted njitl true to him as
Scott did, up to that particular
., period when the Custom house
passed from his "gaze like a
beautiful dream." Bclieviug
thi6to bo tbe only causo lor this
continued barking upon the track
of Mitchell by this man Scott and
others of like character, and as
wo believe tho whole opposition
is actuated by a desircjbr revenge
lor a supposed wrong, wo there
fore will stand by the assailed so
long as ho contiuueu to do his
duty and work for tho iuterest of
The promise of tho President
to commence active operations
immediately ou the adjournment
of Congrcis iu removing ofieusive
partisans is creating wide-spread
exultation among his hungry and
thirst' followers. It is anticipa
ted that Congressman will in con
sequence hear.from their constitu
ents if the adjournment is long
delayed. Democratic Congress,
men in particular will be called to
accouut peremptorily if they hesi
tate an adjournment at the earliest
possible period. Tho introduc.
tion of Mr. Randall's tariff bill
will not Lo permitted to cause
the postponement of adjournment
as many anticipate. The llouso
will he required to postpone de
bate, and to vote tho bill up or
or down, it is immaterial which, in
order to adjourn. The Democrats
who undertake to consumo time
by discussion of the measure will
bo fired by an iudignant consti
tuency, and licucc they will have
to act promptly. Tho greatest
measure now before the Ilouse is
Tho "Alta California" has this
interesting item: Down on our
Arizona border a ilualapai, pro
nounced "Walloper" Indian
named Pisa got drunk and went
on a leading tour, during which
he killed his squaw, six bucks
and threatened to hualap the
whole tribe. Objections were
about to pulverize Pisa, when
some whites foolishly interfered
to prevent so desirable an exter
mination, and now there are fears
if an outbreak acaint tho settlers.
"Why not let the Indians alone
wheu they are usefully killing
The California, $ Oregon.
San Frascisco, July 1. Mat
ter? at the railroad front on the
California & Oregon wear a prom
ising aspect, and there is little
doubt that rail connection be
tween this city and Portland will
be an established fact before the
close of another year. According
to latest reports tho advance
guard of the right of wav men
have completed their labors in
Northern Shasta county, and have
passed into Siskiyou. The pot
hole men are near Bailey's, and
several gangs ot graders
are close behind. Tbe culvert
builders are at Big Castje creek,
only a fotv miles from the
northern boundary of Sisk'you
county. Tho bridge at tenth
crossing of the Sacramento is com
pleted,and the track has been laid
to the eleventh. The main force
of bridge builders is now at work
at the' twelfth and thirteenth
crossings. A depot is about to
to be erected at Hazel crcok,
Tho California & Oresrou stasre
company has moved its southern
termiuous from Slate creek to
Gibson, to which point through
passengers and freight trains are
now ruuniug. It is expected that
October 1 will find tho track
completed to Lower Soda Spriugs.
It is thought that two tunnels
will be necessary between Straw
berry valley and" Big Shasta. Tho
engineers are having trouble in
finding a practicable route
through tho valley. Laud suec-
ulators and tourists nre flocking
to the newly developed region in
Tho Xatioal Republican, of
Washington D. C, under the
heading "The Office Seeks the
Mau," pays a fitting tribute to
Hon. Bitiger Herman in its issue
of June 12lh. Among other
things that journal says:
The first congressman elected
to tho fiftieth congress is Hon.
Binger Hermann, of Oregon.
Mr. Herman did not seek tho
nomination, remained at his post
of duty, exerted no effort for his
reflection, but loft al-to tho pec
pic. He has been one of tho in
dustrious, ever-working members
ot congress. "While, as yot, not
often on the floor aud heard in
debate, his characteristic is quiet,
determined active work. One
of tho results of this fidelity to
his state is seen iu the generous
attention of tougres3 to the Ore
gon waterwa-s aud internal im-
provements. Mr. Heimaun's
record aud his vote and voice
have so far uniformly been on the
side of the people against fiau
dulent land grants and grasping
monopolies, and tho best moral
at d mental advancement of all
public interests, state or national.
Oregon has shown admirablo wis
dom as weil as good policy iu re
turning her tried member as 'tis
demonstated that those state
with experience and continued
representation .aro the largest
beneficiaries of congressional logi
On "Wednesday, says the Ash
laud "Tiding" of the 25th, the
poople of Klamath county re
ceived tho welcome tidings that
tho order for the abandonment of
Fort Klamath had becu revoked
by tho President. The mauifest
injustice aud injury to that part
of the State, which such a move
by the government would involve,
mado it seem most improbable
that tho troops would be removed,
yet tho fact that such an order
had been issued caused gravo ap
prehension aud anxiety, and the
result has been awaited with
painful suspense. The anxiety is
over now, however, and the
peace, security aud prosperity of
Klamath county havo not received
tho threatened blow. The devel
opment of the Klamath basin
during tho past two years has
been remarkable, and it is matter
for rejoicing all over tho State
that the progress of settlement
aud improvement iu that section
is to continue uninterrupted by a
needless exposure ot the people
to liability of trouble with the
large number of Indians on the
reservation. The Indians are as
much pleased as the whites, it is
said, as they feared that uuscru
pulous stock men would encroach
upon tho reservation and invito
conflic between the Indians and
settlers, if the garrison were ra
There is one phase of the labor
question that is too often over
looked by the laboring men,
and that is, that the price of a
day's labor can no more be regu
lated by force thau can the price
of a bushel of wheat. Tho law
may do much toward protecting
laboring men from unjust oppres
sion, and boards of arbitration
may sometimes be useful in seti
tling disputes between laborers
and employers, but law a and
boards of arbitration can no more
compel a raanufacturertopay more
for labor than his finished product
will justify than they can compel
the laborer to work for wages
which be deems insufficient. "We
are free men iu America, the em
ployer no less than the employee.
C. II. Caldwell of Gold Hill was ar
rested for uiing 700 cigars froiu
Pe'ir Ams?. J lb ico Filzem d
bound him oTer to appear before" tl.r
grand jury, ami placed liitn under 250
lnnti which lie furuifcbed.
Hats In Central Print, June 2Gtli, to ilr.
and Mrs. J. W. Hays, a daughter.
Cox In Table Rockprccitnct, Junc,20lk,
to ilr. and Jr-1'. cei u lUugiiur.
Short Disox At Bonanza, KLmath,
county June 2Cd by G.'JJ. Van Riper,
J.P..G. M. Short and Miss. Ida Dix
on. Uecx Starr In Linkvillc, June 21st,
by Rev. 8. tayre, Fredrick Beck and
Jias. Louisa btarr,
Neubert Bauer Is LinUville, June,
21st, by Rev. S. bayrc, Gotllricd Kcu
bert and Katerina, iUucr.
nAuuoKD Cr.ciir In this city, June,
HStli, by Rev. J. A. Slover, Asa Ham
mond and Miss Alice Crump.
Hur.zoG In Yrekii, June lOtli, Mary
Louisa, only daughter ol Henry F. and
-4nnio A Herzog faged 2 years, 1 rnoiith
and C day3.
Mvr.snY Near Eagle Feint June 27th.
of diph.hina. Austin D .-t., so'i of
J amesJalncy, aged C years and 27davs.
County Treasurer's Sev
enth 3?tf oiice.
Office or Treasurer of Jackson Co., I
Jacksonville, July 2, 1SSC. 1
NOTICE 1SHEKEUY GIVEN TlklT
there aro fundsm the! ounly Treasury
lor the redemption of the following coun
ty warrants, protested up to August HUiIi,
204, 218, SIC, 215, 214, 220, 153, 182, SCO,
321), 238, 243, 2SU. 317, 3i3. 203, lul, 242.
253, 32J. 323, 325, 244, 247, 208, 223, 22G,
301, 322. 230. 272. 273. 25G14. 233. 304. 103.
240, 250, 7, bOO, 601. 330, 754, 330, 335, 344,
MS, 343, 407. 303, 333. 301, 37(5, 3C2. 1UG7.
279, 2S7, 720, 753, S17, 305, iC0,812, G40, 2,
Interest on the same will cease frem
The undersigned having been appointed
Assignee of the estate of J. O. Viiipp.
Assignor, ander Rinl and in pursuance of
an act of the Legislative Assembly of Ihc
State of Oregon, entitled ".4n act to secure
Creditors a just division of the estates ol
Debtors who convey to Assignees fur the
benefit of creditors," approved October
18, 1S7S, and the amendments thereto ap
provctt February 23. 1833, hereby gives
notice to all those owing the estate that
an immediate settlement is wauled, ind
those having claims will present thi-in at
once accompanied with the necessary
My office is in Jacksonville, Oregon,
where all settements can lie made.
Assignee of J. C. Whipp.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the County Court ot the State of Ore
gon for Jackson County.
In the matter of the estate of Julicn Ras
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIUT
the Administrator of the estate of
Julicn Raspnt, deceased, has tiled in the
county court of Jackson county, Oregon,
his final account as such administrator,
and by order of said court Tuesdav, the
Gth day of July, 183ti, at "he hour "of 10
o'clock a. m, setforhearing. All persons
interested aic hereby notified to appear
and tile his or her objections to said ac
count on or before said day.
Published by order of Hon. E. DcPcatt,
Judge of said court. lUrniEL Mokat.
Dated June 11th, 1S8G.
A Wise Iteform.
Tbd habit of administering qninlno In
powerful doses, as an antidote to malarial
maladies, wi3 onco dangerously common.
Happily this practice has undergone o wide
reform. Not only the public, butprofessional
men have adopted, not wholly, of coarse,
but largely, Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters as a
safe bontanta substitute for the pernicious
clkalotd. The consequences of this change
nre most important. Now fever and ague suf
ferers are cured formerly their complaints
were only for the time relelved, or fcsircured
the remedy eventually failing to produce
nny appreciable effect, except the doses were
Increased. A course of the Bitters, persis
tently follo-ned, breaks up the worst attacks
and prevents there return. The evidence in
favor of this sterling specific ond household
medicine ts of no ambiguous character, but
positive and satisfactory, and the sources
Whence it proceeds are very numuoos.
Petition Foj License.
Notice is licrtby given that the under
signed, E.1J. Caton, will apply to the
County Court at the July session for li
cense to sell liquor in less'quanlities than
one gallon in the town of '"entral Point
for the period of six moiUbs from July 11,
1880. '' JiJ&. Oatox.
Central Point, June 13, 18SG.
CITY BAS3BE SHOP
The undersigned is fully prepared to do
all work in his line in the best manner and
at reasonable prices.
Is the most virulent form of blood-polson-In?.
Less speedily fatal, bat not 1-sj cer
tainly so, fa the vitiation cf the blood of
which tho first symptoms are Pimples,
Sties, Boils, and Cutaneous Erup
tions. 'When the taint of Scrofula jrives
vrarnlnscf itspreseuce by such indications,
no time should be lost in usin? Arm's
Saksapakilla, the only perfect and roll- .
able medicine lor the purhlcitioa of the
Is a foul corruption in the blood that rots
out all the machinery oj life. Nothing
will eradicato it from tho system and r-rc-Tcnt
its transmission to oS"prins but
Ayeu's SAnsirAiULUi.. This prepara
tion is also the only one that will cleanse
the blood of Mercurial poison and th
taint of Contagious Diseases. Impover
ished blood is productive of
A wrctcbed condition Indicated by Pallid
E&ln, Flaccid MuscIm, Shattered
Worvca, tad 2telackoly. Its rt
svmptoni aro Yi'eainere, Lautpjar,
o&i at Korvo Force, sad Jlental 1).
loction. 113 coarsj, unchecked, lead
inevitably to insanity or death. Wona
frequently suffer from it. The only medi
cine that, v:hila purif vicg the blood, en
riches it with new vitality, and invigorates
the whola system, b ,l
Ayer's Sarsaparllla, 1
, rKETAUKD BIT J "
Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Kasa.
Sold by all Druggists: Price SI; ,
.-. wvtww .w yv. t .
Administrator's Sale of Eeal
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIYEtf THAT
by nn order of the county ronrt of
Jackson county, Oregon, duly ni.tde cd
entered ofreco'id, on the 3th of Junt,18c6,
lhes.imt' being a day of the regular June
term, ISSti, of said court, the nndersicrv-
as the administrator of the estate 01 W m.
Hriner, deceased, was authorized and
commanded to sell 'he tollowing describ
ed real properly, beionsiug to said estate
and l3'ing and being in Jackson county,
The W J ( of the N E and N W Jf of
S E if and lots No. 1. 2 and 0 all in sec
tion 20 in Township 57 S, of range 1 west,
in Jackii.n county, Oregon, and contain
ing a fraction less than lfi'l acres.
Aad in pursuance of said order I will on
&itt:ri!ay. September -t, IS80,
between the hours of 10 a. si. and 2 r. n. of
said d-vy.af the i"ourt Ilouse door in Jack
sonville, lacksnn county, Oregon, sell the
a' ovo d-scribsd real property to the high
Tcrni3 of Sale Said property wi 1 be
sold for gold coin cash in hand on day of
sale. B C. G odd aud,
Administrator estate of Wtn Brincr,
June 12th I860.
aric'lr cl en ---(! ?o n.i7 Bait?,
If"il Ittsral co cc'lJSs, inrtjtssg Gov
mi6iic In rzh.
L:5da'1 F a t Tncs F:r S-:! or Isnz.
I e a tuo owacr i7 ya Tom
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l'ix.il-1 y'It,.9l hil"..iw iK-u'tiVitait.
Iftr tu:l.cr l'iou a. -i : ;v r .-F
This space is reserved for
Mrs. IS. ieasor'3
liifi helLLuiLili uiUnl.
ASD DE..L13; n?
Kj shortest notice and chenper than at any
other cs-tahlishmect in Soullicrn Oregon.
Furniture ofnllltiud hept o. hand or
made lo order
Citation to Hoira.
In the County Court ot the State of Ore
gon for the county of Jackson, sitting
in probate, 3I:;y terra, 18SG.
In the matter of the estate of Patrick 21c-
To the next of kia and all others con
cerned in said estate.
YOU AKB HEHEBY NOTIFIED
that James G. Girdsey, Administra
tor, has filed his petition praying for an
order of said court to sell the following
described real property belonging to said
Tho undivided one half ol the saloon
property situated on the north sidcgif
California street in the town of Jackson
ville and known as the "Farmers Ex
change Therefore, notice is hereby given to the
hcirs-al-lawofsrid estate that theprf-yer
of said jietition wilt be heard and deter
mined at the usual place of ho'dinjr
county court fin Jacksonville, in said
county and State, on Tuesday, June 8th,
18S0. at 10 o'clock a. ji , at which time
the said heirs and all others interested in
said estate are hereby notified to appear
and show cause, if any they have, why an
order of sa'e s-houtd not be made as in the
aforesaid petition prayed for.
Pub ished by order of Hon. E. DePcatt,
Attctt : Wil. II. PAJIKEB, Co Clerk.
, P- ro-1'.aal. Ol
r Dealers in
Field Tcstlalle and Flowfr Setds
Imperial Egg Food,
Garden Tools, Fertilizers,
129 2d Su between Salmon and Taylor,
MeBBl449s -Cash ffere
The Only Cash Store m Jacksonville!
prisg Stock ! If ew Goods,
.SHEW PBICES !
Coff-e C. Sugar, 13 los. for $1 00
Poderc d Sugar, rr box 3 03
Choice C. R. Coffee, per lb., 14
Fair C. R. CoffVe, per lb. 10
Choice Oolong Te, pr lb., CO
Oyster, pr can.... 12 and... 15
Gloi Starch, G lb. box C5
Assorted Jollies 25
Good Lard, 10-lb. cans 75
Sardines, per box.... 10 and... . 15
Dress Goods !
Red Men's Building,
l.3 HIi'.V. iTTAi'; SM-MT
Sit i5- & nl'3 S3
Glory and Very Small Profits.
"We keep in stoVk all kinds ol Shell Hardware, Stove and Tinw.;re, Oils and Flows,
Wagons Harrows and Cultivators
1 amps, Bells, Rope, Iron, Paint anti other Brushes, Curry
Combs, Tacks, Window glass, Coal oil. Hinges, Blackings, Pad
locks, Door locks, Pjwdcr and Shot, Fues, Caps. Sand Ptiper,
Knives rtnd forks, Cross cut saws, Hand yaws, Planes. Nails,
Traps, Grind stones, Bolts, Augers, 'able chain, and many
other goods too numerous herein to mention.
Largest Stock of Hardware and Farm
Implements in Southern Oregon.
Call or write for prices
Owing to ill health and recent finn cial difficulties, the undeisigncd has conclud
ed lo retire rermanenlly from the mercantile business, and therelorc offers for sale his
entire stock ot
At the Old Ashland Store,
At Saa FpasaclseoCosi!
The Store end
Ashland, Oi.,. Tune 26.1885.
HATS AKD BOOTS,
Tobacco, CigarSj Candies, Etc., Etc.
California street, between Oregon and Third, Jacksonville.
Fresh New Stock
Frank Brothers Implement Company,
iWimic llsll M
BUFORD'S WALKING PLOWS, HO DGE'3 DOUBLE DRAPER Headrrs
LaBELLE WAGONS, WALTER A. WOOD'S MOWERS,
McSHEkRY DRILL AND LEEDERS, REAPERS. TWINE BINDERS,
BUFORD'S GANG & SULKY PLOWS, COATE3 SULKY RAKES,
BUFORD'S RIDING AND GEAR, SCOT T & CO.'S Engines & Threshers,
WALKING CULTIVATORS, COOPER & CO S.iw Mill Machinery,
RANDALL WHEEL HARROWS, CARRIAGES, SPRING WAGONS,
THE CELEBRATED HOLLO.VTOOTH, BUCKBOARD WAGONS,
. HARROWS, Etc, Etc., Etc.
v.. A Full Line Of Farm Machinery.
Write for catalogue. Address cither
FRANK BROS. IMPTi. CO, Portland, Or.
Or, E. W. PORTER, Ago Owgori Cife Qusgpo. ityr U 3 nj.
French CV.f Sewed Bcots, 35 00
CrpU, Floor ui T.M.. Oil
cloth in excellent pa.tttr.vs
Good Clf IJjst, 3 75
Good Kip Boot, 2 50
Boy.' Suit, 12 U 17 years, 6 CO
5r-n Suits, fair. 10 00
LidirV Slockin-t 10 to 60
Li-lies' French K'd Sliuei 3 50
Ladies' American Kid Shaes. ... 2 25
n . JIakolt & Co., Jacksonville, Oregon.
Fixtures will ho
J M. McOAX.ii.
and New Prices !
5X Vt Kl sSf
Vf y3&! 2J-t3
The Dull Time
lias marked his goods down to
Hard Times Prices
He will sell you MORE SOOOQ fur
LESS MONEY than ever Wore reW
in Jacksonville. His stock U
AS GOOD AS THE BEST,
And his priest w.U
It is needless to enum-rate tbe rtils'
he h.w to sell, ss he ktcps everrtkiag t
be found iu u first-class
General Kcrdisuciise Steps f
When in town give kirn a call and he
will show you goods at prices tUst will
KNOCK TH KA33 TfiSS,-
Idea clean out your head. t
His stock Is varied and complete, aid'
joucan narutjasKlor anvthinjke-terr
Remember the n'ace coroner ef PH
fornia and Oregon streets.
Highest RXarket Price
ES"C'alI and see if this adTrrtlscmtng
is not as true as sosprl.
JttBX 32SLLS2, - Froprielor
p.KALER IN ALL KINDS OF AGRL
J cultnral implements, tools of all'
kinds aud a general assortment of shslf
llo also keeps the lartrcst stock of, and
all the latest improvements in
GUNS A-NfD PISTOLS,
AND ALL KINDS OF 00
Give bin call and riar.jse kb jwwtj
before making your purrlhws.
a JTOITPu'c trws-n-s
AKGL2 & PLVMAL5 PropV.
Tlio undersisned takes plcasnrt in aa--nounciu'i
that he has opened bin plart eC
business in the m-w town of lledford, Or
egon. andis now prepared to furnish, is
PAINTS AND OILS
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Etc.
My stock is fresh and flrstclass, and t
propose to keepn full assortment of every
thing in rcy lino and sell at
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER-
All I ask is a trial.
E2yHigkcst price paid for P-oduce: