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There are 13 civil cases on the Umatilla
About one-third of the population of Ore-
egon is east of the Ca-’c td-* mountain- to day, ,
and in three years half will be.—L e G iande
G azette .
The Credent City C ourier says that Cur
ry county. Oregon, has 426 scholars over
four and under twenty years of Age, and 137
A few miles northwest of Sammer
lake, in Lake county, is situated the
beautiful body of water called Silver
Lake,and its surrounding valley so fam
ous as a stock raising country. On the
eoath, the mountains—a continuation
At Conner Creek, Baker county, Mar.
of the Winter Ridge of Fremont—are
Cbarls Sheales was kill« d iu fils cab-
high, and, at 'places quite abrupt. I lu by an explosiou of giant powder. He
Near the South-eastern extremity, they was blown almost to atoms.
rise from the narrow valley on the lake
A little girl num •«! McIntyre ran iu front of
margin, in high precipitous ridges of an uplifted axe. at Prairie city last w< ek and
black volcanic rock. This mountain was struck a tearful blow on the head—must
ous section was once a famous resort likely fatal. So says the S tandard . t ,
for the Rocky Mountain sheep or big
The R ecord says the town site of Peoria is
horn, and we believe a few of those ac among the prettiest of any in Oregon. It
tive ledge climbers inhabit the rough h is one general store bouse, four ware-bom--;
est mountain districts about Silver Lake es, ore wagon shop, two blicksmith shops,
to this day. The valley encirling the a nice school hou-e, lots of pret ty girls and
Northwestern portion of the lake is a splendid firming country tu back il.
picturesque aud fertile and contains
Beaton county has fifty school distriesgo
quite a settlement, and at the most fav tai number uf pupils, 2,328. School fund,
ored points on either side of the lake, ol 981 «4.
farther east, some good stoek ranches
The man Skelton who killed another nam
have been taken and improved. From ed Joseph Brown, at Canyonville, lastwe«-k.
the Northeastern border of the lake, and made bis escape, bus since been arres
the Great Oregon Desert, with its vast ted, and o.i being sent to j iil confessed his
sage plainb, volcanic hills and alkaline crime.
Ed. Casey has sold the I temizeh news-pa
lakes, stretches away towards Crooked
River on the North and Harney Lake od per, publisLel at Dallas, to W. B. Cros-on
the East, affording an almost limitless and W. P Williams. Casey will still have ihe
winter raDge for the large herds of cat editorial management.
We leirn from the Douglas I ndependent ,
tle owned by settlers in Silver Lake
valley. This so called desert affords a that S. Marks A Co have lately purchased
1.200 Lead of cattle which they propose to
very safe retreat for cattle except dnr
drive to eastern Oregon some time in May.
ing dry cold winters, when the scarcity
Edward Sheridan, a boy residing in iLe
of water compells them to rec aiu iu
Umpqua valley was dangerously hurt a few
the vicinity of Silver lake where the
range is insufficient for them. A days ago by a Lanow turtiingovtrupon him
one of the iron teeth striking him in the calf
strauger traveling over the sandy plains
ot the l< g making a frightful wound. The
of the Desert, would scarcely imagine
poor boy was getting along pi eUy well at
that stock could live in a country so last accounts.
poorly grassed and abounding almost
A young man named G. II Tuttle, aged
exclusively in desert shrubbery, but about 25 years, committed suicide at Penan-
those who make use of this gigantic ana W. T. ou Saturday, March 30th. The
pasture, learned, long ago, that the cause of the rash act. was despondency
sweet sage and some other shrubs, caused by a long illness from inflaiumuluiy
which a strunger would be apt to re rheumatism So say s the S tatesman .
gard as utterly worthless, are quite as
We learn from the B ee that a soldier iihiii
nutritious as the grasses and that cattle ed l’erry Hunt, had his hand so b.idly m m-
and horses ranging upon them during gled by a circular saw in the government saw
the winter, if they have an abundance mill at Vancouver, last week, that awputa-
of water, will come out “rolling fat” in liuti was necessary.
the spring. Although Silver Lake is
colder thau Summer Lake valley, from
reason of its greater altitude and its
nearness to the Cascade chain perhaps, [Condensed from Oregonian and Chrouicle
most of the garden vegetables may be
grown there successfully, and snow has
Col. Mercer, editor < t the Oiegon G uan
never fallen deep enough, since the ger w ill address the New York pros club
settlement of the valley, to seriously
interfere with the stock ousiness, and ■u-uiurrow evening in their club rooms and
it will doubtless always be regarded as impart information concerning Oregon and
one of the most valuable portions of Washington that may be new to Eistern
the Lake county, particularly' by the men.
“bearded cattie men.”
Washington, April 5.—The ho ise connnit
[From the Oregon SentineL]
Pursuant to call of the Chairman of the
Republican County Central Commute the
delegates tioni the various precincts met iu
convention at the court bouse in
this place at 1U o’clock last Saturday and
were called to o/der by Dr. Chitwood. A.
Bish was chosen temporal y Chait man and
Ed. F. Lewis U-mporafy Secretary.
The Uhtir men announced the business of
the Convea ion to be the selection ot seven
delegates to attend the State Republican
Convention to be held at Salem on the 17th
day id tuts moiiUi, and tor the transaction of
such other business us may piopeily be
brought before it.
Ou motion a Committee, consisting id
Nut. Langell, Siu on Cato and Dr. Uhit-
wood, was appointed tu act as a Committer
Ou motion a Committee, consisting of »V.
A. McPherson, M ix. Muller aud M. Bellen-
gvr, was appointed to act us a committee on
Order »f Business.
On motion the Convention adjotirued to
re-ussemble ut 1 o’clock 1*. u.
Convention met pursuant to adjournment.
The committee on credentials reported the
names of the folio-ving persons aseuti led to
Beats us delegate^:
Jacksonville Pieeinct.—M. Lmg'iliu, E.
B. Walt-on, Lu . Smith, Robt. Armstrong, by
Siuiuu C-.ru as proxy. U. D. heed, by Max
Muller as p oxy, M Bellruger, Isaac Rey
nolds and Ed. b . Lewis.
Ashland.—W. A. McPherson, Jacob Wag
ner. M H. Drake, J . M. McCaH. J. H. Chit
wood. John Grubb, H. F. Phillips, 11. C.
Hili, by J. H. Skidmore as pi oxy.
Edru.—A. Bish, W, Berso i, r.. K. Ander
son, J. M- Hoxie, E. E. Gore.
F uji ’ s Clerk *—Silas Draper, by N. Lau-
gell as proxy.
Leland.—J. II. Penn as proxy.
Ruck Popil.—Dr. Uulvig and B. F. Mil
Uniontown. —A . W. Sturgis, Z. C tmeion.
M.iiiziiiita.—T. T» McKeuzie and Enoch
Graui’sPass.—E. Dimi< kaud J. C. Camp
bel’, by Mux muller as pi oxy.
'Inc Committee on Order of Business re-
ported the fallowing:
1st Election uf Permanent Chairman.
2d Election ol Pe.manrut S-cietury.
3d Election ol SrVru deh'g ues to attend
the Republican State Convention.
4th Appointment oi Couuty Central Com
Tbe Convention »lected A. Bish as th -
permanent Chairman, aud Ed. F. Lewis as
The Convention then proceeded to the
Domination and eleclion of delegate- to ihr
Sta e Convention were selected from those
having the largest number of votes. Tur
lolloAing persons were chosen: W. A. Me
Puerson, Simon C >r<>, B. F. D »well. Max
.Muller, J. 11. Skidmore, N. Langell and W.
The present Co;mry Central Committee
was empowered to act as such for the next
Un motion the Oregon Sentinel and A sh -
dand T idix G s weie tequested to DUbiish the
prucie lings of this C »nvenlioii.
Ou motion the de egates were instructed
to use theie best efforts to have Southern
Un-gon lepreseuted on the Stale ticket.
.Tue Conventioi then adjotirued stue die.
A. BISH, Chai;man.
E d F L ew s , Secre ary.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET
[Condensed from St ite Exchanges]
P ortland , April 11, 3 p. m :
O. C. A pplegate , A shland :
Democratic State Ticket isi Gov
ernor W. L. Thayer; Congrees, Wall
aker; Secretary of State, T. G Reames;
Treasurer, A. H. Brown; Printer, Nolt
uer; Supt. lustruction Joseph Emery,
W. S. C hapman .
920 ACRES OF LAND!!
Located in Jackson county Ore
gon, 12 miles nortb-east of
550 Acres p-ol low 1 nd—300 Acre» aider fence,
fnuguml dwe i‘gB- Ma.i-huUBe, B m, sited aud
otter out bu Idn g*.
Writ witer-d by creek and
eprii ge—Plenty i f gm d rail timber—Good raLgefur
£3^This is A No. 1 Farm with
good sheep range, and very cheap.
Marked as Follows:
PRICE: $8 00 PER A Cl^E.
Three miles ronth-west uf Phoenix—7 acre» in cul-
tiviniou— 50 acre* h rd wood limber, ptincipally
wti e oak. F- i ftde cheap.
fcir Fur part Calais inquire of
W atters & G aby ,
Real Estde Agents
LINKVILLE, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON
Are now receiving from San Francisco an extensive stock of goods of great varis
exactly suited to the trade of the
Which ♦hev are prepared to ¡»ell at prices that cannot fail to satisfy customers.
sure to call and see us and see fur yourselves.
Beef Cattle, Hides and Wool taken in ex-
change for goods
MISS M. A. SW1KGI.K.
THATCHER & WORDEN
Five Hundred Sheep
Swallow-fork in right ear; ball une’erer p
in righi ear. , ¿swallow toik and uppei br
in leit eai. and righi ear spiii. Swalloa-
iork in both e«i>; it..ver bn in bo b eus.
Ha>f under crop and uppei bit in leiten.
Branded with a uiangie u > H>e uose.
Any intormaiion leuling to the ret overy
ol said sheep will be uitabiy lewirded.
C. C. W Etili, Yieka. Cai.
tee ou revision of the laws regulating the
counting of the electoral vote for president
and vice president, agree I to a provision
providing fur the election <>f the president by
the direct vote of the people.
’’ Washington April 5.—The post office Ur
partment has concluded to re advertise, tile
route between Ke idmg and Roseburg, lib
bund of the lowest bid ler under the l ist ad.
vertiseineut being found technically detec
tive. Tne present cost of tlie service is ¿73,-
t)0)• per annum.
London, April 5.—Germany is again bus
ily mediating between Austria and Russia.
The impels say Russia has o.de.ed 17.00
torpedoes here, with directions that they be
forwarded to the Turkish coast ucccupied
Coastantinople. April j.—The British iron-
clad D evastation Las arrived in the gulf ol
Ismail. No more iron-clads are Iu the sea
of Marmora, but the fleet in B<.sika bay
will be strengthened.
New Yo k, April 4. The grand banquet
tendered Hon. Bayard Taylor. minister to
Berlin, to-night was attended by a large
number of prominent citizens. Ho i Wm
Cullen Bryant preside I.
New York, April 4.—Gen. Thu's C. I er
ans, comm tiider at Ft. Lurm.imie d.ed Le<e
to-day aged 52.
Washington. Aptil 4.—The bouse commit
tee on elections to day dismissed the Oie
gon contested election case of McDowell vs
Havana! Anril 3.—It is officially repot
ted that 2.1(10 instil gents siirrmdeied in
thejitrisdiction of MaUZIllo during Much
Uettinge, April 4.—Russia lias requested
Montenegro tu prepare lor a renewal ut bus
ilies. Prince Nikita is taking measures ac
Washington. April 7.—PoMoffices estab
lished: Abler, Union county Oregon, H-nrv
lieei her, postmaster; Fair VaRs D> lights
county,Oregon, . W. 11. Smith, postmaster;
1 do ’s Creek. Jackson coitniy Oregon, Sibir
Diaper, posimtsier: Cr ib Ore k, S ev -ns
Coun.y, W. T.. J. 11. L imo m, | ostmaster.
I hscoiitiuut d: Dairy. Lat e County, O. eg"n;
Ring’s Point. Clackamis county. Oiei-n;
Sprague River, Like county Oregon.
MJ SB I. C. BW1NGLS.
MUS M.A.SWIKGLE&SISHR SALE AND FEED STABLES !
Do not forget the Old Pioneer Store of the Lake Country.
THATCHER & WORDEN.
Hare Opened a First-Class
MAIN STREET, ASHLAND
Mi Hi. aery Stex©
Ou Main Street, Ashland,
Next dour to ibe Post Office, Up b U ìtb in Dr. Inlow’e
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
Leased the ubove stables, from
HAVE NOW ON H i ND A H>AT7TIFVL arsokt -
V ▼ • F H -TS, BoNSEVH, kLoWI
PLt AIES NECK c . up null A Ned b«gs leave to intuitu the
TIES, JÜTE, LAlnEs JUHMbaHU GOOJ S, ETC., ETC
pubhc that he is deieimitn d to iiiviit a con
BUTTER1CK & SMITH PATTERNS. tinuance of li e pairoDnge that has !or many
)uars past been cuniet.ed oil these justly
CÌT Uressinakinjf done to order.
Al! orders lr .m u dlctaucc j.roiuFU) lined. Goods
Cutup fur C ub U.
Main Street, Ashland,
I have constantly on hand the very best
SADDLE HOUSES BUGGIES AND
And can furnish my customers with a tiptop
turn-out at any time.
Ou reas nable terms, and given tl e best ot
Ever brought to this market. Tin y desire to say to every reader of
this paper that if
Standard Gocds, Sold at the lowest market price,
HORSES BOUGHT ANT) SOLD
ASH & ROBBIES,
And satisfaction guaranteed in all my trans
360 F ulton S. kkbt , B kooklïn , N. Y.
OULD Announce to the people of Jackson and Lake counties
that they have commenced receiving their new Fall stock,
and that every day will witness additions to the largest stock of
A 1 puffeier- irvni iii^ disease timt are 'uixi< us to
be cured rOoiild tr Dr. Kissiier’s Celebrated
C^nsjiinptlve Powders, me« i'u»i<.ei- are
Hie on.) , te,, .r iiioti s» uwu im *111 cuie Con-
ximipiion nd all Cieeares ol ihr lhiuat and
Lungs-indeed, so stroLg Is our l'uiui
. Iso IM m-nviuCe )OU til-il bey ..Tr 11 . bUDlOug, »e VI til
forw rd t«> every rulleier, by at 41, poet paid, a free
we . ou t want your m ney un’ii you ate peiiecdy
smirtled of tl.en curut.ve power . 11 your ule is
worm ruvme,dou i demy tu giving these Puwdera
atn.d,!i*t ejfcviili sureb uueyoo.
Piice, lor 1 .fge b. x, $3 oo, rent to . ny p. rt i f Jhe
Ublinl Mlles ol CuU.11.1, b, lUub, Ob receipt Ol plice.
J. D. FOUNTAIN.
NOW IS THE TIME IO BUY AITLE TREES
General M erchan d i se,
Dry-Goods, Groceries, School
Books, Blank Books and
Staple and Fancy Goods. Groceries. Hardware, C'othiro. Ecctfc
Shoes. Hats, Caps, Millinery and Dress Gocds, Crcckery,
Glass and linware, Shawls, Wrappers, Cloaks.
Any ore who Ml pl mt out an onhrd <f a
tholij-aud nee*, cun gel Unti Jur theiriiliig rux, ti
7 tents euch, or
Candies, Nuts »
Scultern and Scuth-Eastern Cregcn
A Thousand for 70 Dollars!
A FULL LINE OF'
A gn it varin'v <•( fit e shade, Nut and urn -
uxiiia! liée-, <f tlie vey bat kn d*, alw; y> on
bund mil ior bu e c .e >p. Be rurt to give me a c-ill
and 6-e for jouiBelf.
O. COOLIDGE. [2-33lf
DR. H. T. INLUW
Pei niaiiently- Cur«-<1 no liunibuj; by
on« iiuuilh’s Unlike ofDr. GouiurdS Cel-
ebruieit lului.ibie Fit Povvue.s.
lluie Uli lAl iu . iit> re
.«* :trs X «.1 im KM cl llu
L>i ibe.u, *r mu rewi lte.ii b, u> il post paid, u
iiee trial box. Ar Dr <» -Hi id i- l eo iy
rill u Ku.. 11 .? cVrr 111 lie Illrdi-l' .M! . E, e< i i r < • )
an 1 r o u. tiitwA .e lt.e n.ou.-ui.uB u..ve bee per
manently cured b> 1.*- u-r of iim Pow-
ueiM, nt' will guarantee a permanent
cue Ju e vy M»re,u. refund you all money
expended. Anruilriv » u >u. g>«e ix el'u» tie
<.ii e.iij uiul, uno beac..>u>ii>c<u i t in tr cur >ive
1’. cr, for laig- b x, $3.0i,oi 4b xrrf r$l .<>0,-ent
b> iiiuii ouuy |.«ii ol U. i '<lS.il-- o. u u <1 mu re
ceipt ut yrjice, ui by ca , le r, . O D Ail'IritB,
A H ¿i,. R Bbl
E. J. FABLOW.
S T ORE.
Casimeres, Flannels. Tweeds, Doeskins, Blar.kcts Stocking
Yarn and Made-up Clothing.
Always on hand and.for sale at the lowest prices.
£j^The highest market price paid for
INLOW & FARLOW
Druggists and Apothecaries
come all! and give us a trial
360 FrtTox btkeet , B m <. ukw « i , N. Y.
Freeh Drugs of ali kind« kept constantly on hand
J. JI. McCALLICO
WAlChMAKLR AhÜ kWELtk
SO A F
SoinethiLg New! Something New!
Perfumery, and all kinds of
Selling Out ! !
Ke du st ion
PrilCES LF LWtkrtY !
A new and excellent «assortment
London. April 6.—The Russian reply ot tine gold and plated jewelry.
to the Salisbury circular, it is said,will
lay particular stre-s upon the absence
of a definite couuter proposal, und will
call upon England to make counter
proposals. This will be the in mu point-
Constantinople, April G —The Turk
ish forces in the neighborhood of Gal
iipoli and Constantinople number 218
London, April G. Russia 18
pusbiug forward on bulk sides of the
London, April 7.—A Constantinople
special says a report comes from a good
source that the Khedive has announced
that fie will declare |»is independence
should Turkey form any alliance with
London, April 7.—It is stated that
Russia has oflicialiy offered to quit the
neighborhood of Constantinople if the
British il-et with draw.
Please call und examiue my stock before pur-
t^yOreLt pains taken in repairing gold or sliver
waicues and all kiude of jewelry.
firs-claee chronometer in my camb i h-
Watch»? and ciocia cleaned at troni $1 It) to
12 oo. ▲11 uiher moi K done at the very lowest
CsàT"PRESCRIP1 IONS carefully compounded, i
an i Uune bui K«-i.uiuei.ruCie8 used.
Prices a» low as the timt b w ill justify.
6#; Store one duor south of the Poetcfiice—op-
puEiie tue At-11 laid llullBe.
tt hUDi'.. H T IjiLow can nlwo* be foind at
the dure, r< ad y to attend to professional Calle.
INLOW i FARI OW
ALL WORK. WARRANTED ! !
O. W. SMITH.
A Large and Fresh stock of An Elegant stock of Clothing
Dry Goods at the
A splendid stock of Boots and
A Fine Assortment of Fan icy'
SI iocs at the
Goods ami Notions at the
Linkville Livery Stables.
Would Inform hie friends that tie Su.b es at
Are in excellent repair, amply provided with feed
And i h it curUnnerr *m >« w.d ed ou
promptly and in the De st el) Je,
A Guod HACK Eso-llent BUGGIES and No 1
. RIDING HORSES dw«)! uk hand
CiJUHoraeB prorupiij Corel for, «.nJ
Be sure to call, and rest assured Tourists and Others Outfitted
Ou the shortest n »li *
that you shall have satisfaction.
< * ♦-
LAKE COUNTY - - - OREGON
Do not full to give the Liukvil'e 8<i bieeaUU
An immense stock of the best
brands of Tobacco and Cigars at
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, PAINTS AND OILS,
“Cheaper than the Cheapest” is Our motto.
Bring on your Produce and Exchange for Goods.
MRS.M. W. HARGABINE.