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The boy that went to the mill on horse
back, carrying the grist in one end ot the
Notice of Final Settlement.
bag and a stone in the other, when reproved
bv the miller, and told to divide the grist, In the Conntv Court of the State of Oregon,
replied that his lather and grandfather had
for Josephine county, sitting in probate.
E, It. REAMES.
T. G. REAMES.
carried it that way, ami he, being no better In the matter of the Estate of John Payne,
WHEN BE’ ARE DEAD.
than they, should continue to do ns they
did. Similar, or equally as absurd, reasons
The winds will sleep, the winds will blow,
are accounted as sufficient bv some to war
having tiled in said
have been sold the last year, and not one
The changeful seasons come and go,
rant them in diseriminately condemning
has reached ns that they have
Tiie sky will bend far overhead,
Dr. Pierce’s Family Medicines, even though
praying for an order for setting the
not done all that is claimed for them. In
Justus of old, when we ale dead.
there is overwhelming proof that they pos also
deed, scientific skill cannot go beyond the
sess the merit claimed for them. For many 'ime tor hearing the same; therefore notice
And when our restless feet are stilled,
result reached in these wonderful prepara
years the Golden Medical Discovery has is hereby given that said final account will
No single place will l»e unfilled;
Added to Carbolic, Arnica, Mentha,
been rec< gnized as the hading liver and the September term, 1877, at which time all
When we are silent there will be
)il and Witch-Hazel, are other in
blood medicine m the market. Each yeai
No break iu Nature's harmony.
gredients. which make a family liniment
has brought an increase in its sale, and it is persons having anv objections to said filial
that defies rivalry. Rheumatic and bed
now used throughout the civilized world. account and settlement must then and there
Still, watchful eyes will ever trace
make the same.
ridden cripples have by it been enabled to
The varying beauties of her face,
emocr ,\ tic T imes by
way their crutches, and many who
tile in the Doctor's oilice, attesting its etliea order of Hon. M. F. Baldwin, County
While vet her great deep heart will hold
for years have been afflicted with Neuralgia,
Room for her children us of old.
CllAS. HUGHES, Clerk.
Sciatica, Caked Breasts. Weak Backs, &c.r
throat and lung affections; aiso scrofula, tu Indue.
OREGON. have found permanent releaf.
mors, ulcers, ami skin diseases. Are you
Others for us will come and go,
Mr. Josiah Westlake, of Marysville, O.<
-uttering with some chronic malady? It so,
Administrator’s Sale of Real Estate.
And worthier hands than ours, we know
and you wish to employ medicines that are
Will take the web we left half spun,
“For years mv Rheumatism has been so
scientifically prepared; that are refined and In the matter of the estate of E. IL Scott,
And weave its threads out, one by one.
that I have been unable to stir from
purified by the chemical process employed
I have tried every remedy I
in their manufacture; that are positive ill TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER AND
Then other feet will wander in
Finally, I learned of the
’heir action, and specific to the various L license of the County Court of the State Jacksonville,
The self-same wavs ot doubt and sin,
The first three bottles
forms of disease lor thecure of which they of Oregon, for Josephine county, sitting for
And other shoulders bend to liear
without my crutches.
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEAS- I am mending rapidly.
are recommended, use Dr. Pierce’s Family ’ho transaction of probate business at the
Thu weight we dropped of daily care.
I think your Lini
Medicines. Full particulars in l’ierce’s July term thereof, the undersigned, Ad-
ure in informing the public that they
While sad hearts grieve, while tire I eyes Memorandum Book, kept tor free disjlnbu mmi-trator of the estate of E. IL Scott, de
have just received and opened an entire This Liniment cures Burns and Scalds
I lion by all druggists.
-h stock of
ceased. will sell at public auction, for cash
without a scar, extracts the poison from
Shall we care, lying fast asleep?
bites and stings, cures Chilblains and
Fruii* h i'iij iician.
Earth's storms shall lightly o’er us pass,
in Kerbyvllle, in said county, on
Frosted-feet, and is very efficacious for Ear
As Summer breezes o’er the grass.
Itch and Cntaneojis Eruptions.
Hyde Park, Vt., Feb. 7, 1876.
Saturday, A "ust 25. 1877.
he C entaur L iniment , Y ei . ix > w W rap
We know the world will still move on
Messrs. Seth W. Fowle A Son-, Boston:
at 1 o’clock r. M.,the following described milF ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHAN-
per , is intended for the tough fibres, cords
To nobler ends when we are gone;
Gents—You may ¡»erhaps remember that real property, situated in Josephine county, I disu has been arranged for a
; and muscles ot horses, mules, and animals.-
We know her heroes yet still strive
I wrote you several weeks ago in regard to Oregon, belonging to the estate of said de
R ead ! R eap !
That truth and right be kept alive.
the use of the P eruvian S yrup lor my ceased, to-wit:
Rev. Geo. W. Manorkill, Schoharie Co, .
wile, who was suffering from general debit
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES. i N. Y., says:
The one-sixth interest of said deceased in
And Mother Nature will not grieve
it\. the ■sequence of Typhoid Dysentery. 1 tho quartz lode known as the Peacock Cop-
“ M v horse was lame for a year with a fet-
1Y1 »rone upon In r breast we leave
had tried tin* most noted physicians in th s pertail Ledge; situated about one and one
lock wrench. All remedies utterly failed
The form she gave, and still may take
state, and also in Canada, wit hout relief. At '■alf mhos l»el< w the Yank ledge on Rogue
to cure and I considered him worthless
Back to ht*r hands to mould and make.
vour recommendation she commenced the river, Josephine county, Oregon.
1 until I commenced to use Centaur Liniment,
use of the Syrup. The first lour bottles made
Her doors are open wide about—
In SACHS’ Brick Building, well known as which rapidly cured him. I heartily reco-
but little impression, but while taking the Administrator of the estate of E. R. Scott,
And Lite and Death pass in and out;
fifth she began to improve rapidly, and
It makes very little difference whether
And every part of earth’s great round
now. alter using six oi the dollar bottle-,
Dated this 28th day of July, 1877.
the case be “wrench,” sprain, spavain
Will under each in turn be found.
‘THE TEMPLE OF FASHION."
-lie lias regained her strength, and is able
or lameness of any kind, the effects are
to do mo-i of the work about the house; and
They come, they go, and with them bear
the same. The great power of the Liniment
All things that have been, and that are;
is, however, shown in l’oll-evel. Big-head,
praise of the P eruvian S yrup . 1 have
They coine, they go, and shall not cea-e
Spavin, Ring-bone, Galls and
These goods were all purchased by a
prc-crilied it to several of my patients, and
While tile great tides of years increase.
Scratches. This Liniment is worth millions
procure. I the -.tie of several dozen ot it here,
i member of our linn from FI RST-CLASS
HOUSES in San Francisco, and we will of dollars yearly to the Stock-growers,
\ <>u can make any use of this letter you TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER AND
ANI» THE FOLLOWING
HEAEItlL XOTEM ANI» M WN.
warrant every article and sell them as cheap Livery-men* Farmers, and those liaving
S»V tit. Yours very truly, li. D. B elden , 1 license of the County Court of the Stale I
: valuable animals to care for. We warrant
for cash as any house in the county.
of Oregon, for Jackson county, sitting for
I its effects and refer to any Farrier who has
the transaction ot probate business on Au-
Charley Ross was stolen three years ago
I ever used it.
‘•Il’» only a Coiigk“
gu-t7th, A. I). 1877, the undersigned, ad
Laboratory’ of J. B. Rose A Co.,
has brought many to untimely graves. ministrator of tht* estate ot Napoleon Baker,
46 St., New York.
Gen. Howard’s luck was not as good as
to the fact that we have the largest assort
Mrs. Potipher’s—he didn't even capture
ment of FANCY GOODS of every descrip
sounds an alarm-bell, telling where the dis in Jacksonville,in said county, on
tion now on band, and we will henceforth
I ease lies. Wisdom suggests “try W i - tak ' s
Wednesday, Scptenibar 5, 1877.
A romple’e substitute for Castor Oil, with
it lias cured,
A whale 56 feet long came ashore last B alsam of W ild C herry
sell them at
out its unplea-ant taste or recoil in the
week at Yaquina. It had teen harpooned, upon thousands of persons. As long a- you at 1 o’clock I*, m ., the following described
The result of 20 years’ practice by
property, situated in Jackson county,
Prices to Suit the Times. throat.
and was dead before it washed ashore.
Dr. Sam’l Pitcher, of Massachusetts.
cough, there is danger, for the cough is a real
( »regoli :
Pitt her’.- Castoria is particularly recom
The Cabinet has decided to send a man- Safely Valve. Use “¿VlsTAR-,” and be
Lot No. 3. and (he N.
of N. W. ‘i and
for children, It destroys worms,
of-war to Puget Sound irom San Francisco
■lies. W. *4 of ihe N. W.
of section 27.
assimilates the food, and allows natural
and lots No. ]. 2. and 3 of section 28, in
on account ot threatened Indian outbreak.
sleep. Very efficacious in Croup and for
town-hip 38, south of range,3 west, contain
children Teething. For Colds, Feverish
When a couple of young people strongly
ing 157acres. Together with all the appar
ness, Disorders of the Bowels, and Stomach
STATE OF OREGON.
devoted to each other comment es to eat on
ti nances thereunto belonging.
Complaints, nothing is so effective. It is as
HARDWARE, NAILS, GLASSWARE, pleasant to take as honey, costs but 35
ions, it is quite sale to say that hey are en Governor,................................ S. F. Chadwick
Administrator of the estate of Napoleon
Secretary ot State,..................S. F. Chadwick
Cents, and can la* bad of any Druggist.
"tate Treasurer,......................... A. 11. Broun
This is one of many testimonial :
August 8th. 1877.
Hayes has issued an order prohibiting Slate Printer................................ M. V. Brown
“C ornwall , L ebanon C o ., P a ., )
Marell 17, 1874. )
the saleot arms and ammunition to Indians, Sup'l of Public Instruction...L. L. Rowland
And very many other articles too numerous
“Dear Sir,— I have» used your C astoria
FIRST JUDICIAL lllsTRICT.
Citation to Heirs.-
and revoking all licenses to trade with them I
./¿TGive ns a call and judsre for yourself in mv practice for some time. 1 take great
P. P. Prim
in such articles.
to our capacity to furnish goods as above. pleasure in recommending it to the profession
District Attorney,...................... 11. K. llanna
as a safe, reliable and agreeable medicine.
Why is paper money more valuable than
for the County of Josephine, sitting in
It is particularly adapted to children where
gold? When you put it in your pocket you
County Judge,.............................Silas J. Day
the repugnant taste of Castor Oil renders it
double it, and w hen you take it out find it
so difficult to administer.
County Commissioners...... < s.imiiel Furry,
is still in creases.
( Abram Miller.
E. A. ENDERS. M. D.”
To the heirs of said deceased and all others
Castoria will find that
The authorities of Deadwood City, Black Clerk,........................................... E. 1). Foudray
fhev can sleep nights and that their babies
Hills, offer a reward of §250 for each Indian, Treasurer,............................................John < )rtn » yoU ARE HEREBY NOT1 FI El) TH AT And all goods sold CHEAPER than ever
I will be healthy.
dead or alive, found in the country. No Assessor......................................B. C. Goddard
1 .James Neely, administrator of said es
J. B. R ose A Co., New York.
¿r-£r Please call and see for yourself.
School Superintendent............... E. J. Farlow tate, has tiled his petition praying for an
questions are asked.
Surveyor,....................................... J. S. Howard order of said Court to -ell the following de-
A little boy, whose sprained wrist had
— AT THE—
been rel’eved by being bathed in whisky,
County Judge,............................ M. F. Baldwin
surprised his mother by asking “if papa County Commissioners,...... •’ 'L ’
7 west, and two mining ditches in connec-
CENTENNIAL WORLD’S FAIR 1876 !
had a sprained throat?”
(H. 1 hornton. iton therewith.
........................................... S. Messenger
The best and latest improved for
Therefore notice is hereby given to the
A little boy asked a lady who made her Sheriff,
Clerk,.......................................... Chas. Hughes heirs at law of said estate that the prayer
everj’ variety of work, including
teeth. “My Creator,” she replied. “Well,” Treasurer,..................................................... Win. A’aucke
of said petitioner w ill be heard and deter
said the little fellow, “Dr. Forbush made Assessor.......................................... ...J. P. Lewis mined at the September term of said County
Yerba Buena Bitters.
my ma’s, and they beat yourn clean out o’ School Superintendent,................ J. M. Smith Court, at which time the said heirs and ail
Pronounced unanimously as
Surveyor,...................................W. .V. Sanders others interested, are hereby notified to ap i For Regulating the Liver and Purifying the
Coroner.............................. Geo. S. Mathewson pear and show cati-e why an order of sale
so long the leading Family Sew
In a Philadelphia court, the other day, a
should not be made as in said petition
ing Machine on the Pacific Coast,
man named Moisten was defended by a law County Judge................................ E. C: Mason prayed for.
its superior qualities are too well
By order of Hon. M. F. Baldwin, County
yer named Goforth. It is no unusual thing t ountv Commissioners,...... v . ,r .
known to require further recom
( A. Penbrook.
to see a lawyer aud his clieut go forth and
Sheriff........................................... T. J. Brattain
Clerk............................................. R. B. Hatton
the following is an extract :
The Portland papers speak of the dea b I’reasurer........................................ J. L. Hanks i1
“The B. SHONINGER ORGAN CO’S, ej-
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION DU-
of Hon. Josiah Failing of that city, at the School Superintendent......... H. M. Thatcher I
as the best instruments at a price render
Yerba Buena Bitters,
ly issued out of the Circuit Court ot the
ing po—ible to a large class of purchas
the best straight needle Machine
age of 71 years. Mr. Failing was one of I i Surveyor............................... Frank Cheesman
State of Oregbn, tor the County of Jackson,
ers. liaving a combination of Reeds and
The Great Spring Medicine.
in the market, has a great deal of
the Pioneers in Oregon, having immigrated
outlie 30th day of June, 1877, and tome
Bells, producing novel and pleasing effects,
under the arm, is very light
here in 1851.
Jackson County.— Circuit Court, second directed and delivered, in favor of Andrew
containing many desirable improvements,
Monday in February, June and .Vovember. Henry and against Alt red Rummel, lor the
will stand longer in dry or damp climates,
In most places "a stone’s throw,” “five County
Court, first Monday in each month.
less liable to get out of order, all the board
minutes’ walk,” etc., are used tor measures
Josephine County.— Circuit Court, fourth ten dollars and eighty-six cents,(Si 10.80) now
being made three-ply, put together so it is
for short, distance». In Dubuque, however, Monday in April and fourth Monday in Oc due, with interest at the rate of ten per cent,
impossible t<»r i hem to either shrink, swell
FOE COOKING AND HEATING.
or split.” THE ONLY ORGANS AWARD
they speak of a place as being “within the tober. County Court, first Monday in Jan peranniim from the 20th dav of June, 1877,
uary, A | >ril, July and October.
Persons desiring business, deal
ED TH IS RANK.
bawl of a mule.”
Lake County.— Circuit Court, fourth Mon ami thirty-eight and three-fourth cents
ers, and all others wishing'Sewing
This Medal and Award was granted after ♦
Those auburn-haired young ladies with day in June; County Court, first Monday ($18.38%) costs, and the accruing costs, 1
the most severe competition of tilt best mak
Machines, either for Cash or on
have levied upon and will offer for sale for
Installments, should send for cir
noses suggestive ot a cold morning, and
cash at public auction to the highest bidder,
and terms to
who missed tire during the leap year past,
at the Court House door in Jacksonville, in
New styles and prices just issued, which
now sing, “It may be four years and it
said county, on
are in accordance with our rule, the BEST I I
! K. Kubli,
New Montgomery Street,
may be forever.”
Tuesday, August 28, 1817,
j J. Nunan,
| T. G. Reaines,
at 1 o’clock r. m . of said day, the following
A Wisconsin constable levied on the “un
( Peter Britt.
described real property, to-wit :
Liberal prices allowed for old
divided halt” ot a gray mule. He wasn’t Recorder,.....................
CRANE A BRIGHAM, Agents, S. F.
Illustrated Catalogues mailed, post-paid,
....U. S. Ilavden
The undivided one-half interest in the
Machines in exchange tor new.
on application to
particular which eml he took, and it was I’reasurer.....................
...... Henry Pape saw mill owned by Jacob Whorlow and I
B. SHONINGER ORGAN CO.,
Addison Helms Alfred Rummel, and all appurtenances
thirteen days before he opened his eyes and Marshal.......................
97 to 123 C hi - snut S treet ,
thereunto belonging, situated on Antelope
recognized his wife.
New Haven. Conn.
Interesting to Farmers.
creek, Jackson county, Oregon.
The King of Liniments.
The Russian army, in the Balkan Moun
Levied upon as the real propertv of the
tains, are unable to move w ithout reinforce
said Allred Rummel to satisfy the demands
rp.-IE UNDERSIGNED. BELIEVING IT
ot the above named execution.
ments. One hundred thousand men are on
1 tube the mutual advantage of millers
Cures Sprainsand Bruises.
the way to the scene of operations iu ac-
and farmers, have made arrangements
Sheri fl’of Jackson county, Oregon.
cordancQ|wiih this view.
w hereby tin* Ashland and Pluenix mills will
Jacksonville, July 26, 1877.
bo under the management of Jacob Wag
COR. CALIFORNIA A 1th STS.
Senator B. II. llill, of Georgia, knows HOTEL <fc RESTAURANT,
ner, who will have charge of both mills for
Cures Sweeny and Spavin,
Senator Morton, the wearer of the bioody
company during the ensuing year, end
shirt. Speaking of him in a recent speech, I
ing July 1st. 1877.
XXX Horse Medicine
rniiE undersigned would re -
We will pay the highest market price for
in his own State, he said: “Morton is worse
1 spectfully inform their friends and the good merchantable wheat, ami are prepared
Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall,
than war, pestilence or famine.”
public generally that they have purchased to contract flour at $18 per thousand pounds
the above establishment, which will be at the mills, office of the company at the
A San Francisco man has obtained a di
henceforth conducted under their constant Asli la ml Mills.
vorce on account of the cruelty of bis wife,
Oregon St., Jacksonville,
personal supervision, and they guarantee
WAGNER. ANDERSON A FARMERS*
and this mau’s success may cause several
satisfaet » n to all who may favor them with MILL CO., Ashland, Oregon.
other men to claim divorce on the same
XXX HORSE MEDICINE
W. J. PLYMALE.
These stables are centrally located, and
grounds, I. e. cruelty, which can be ot dif-
THE CITY BREWERY.
within convenient distance of the various
Cures Contractions of the Muscle.
houses of public entertainment. Horses
A solitary Colorado potato bug was dis-
an<l mules will be boarded and eared for at
< HORSE MEDICINE
covered the other day in a field near Co- MADAME HOLT.
moderate charges. They have one of the
aving just received a new
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south ot
Is.a Good Family Medicine.
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car
logue, Germany. The cable informs us
J -L JLJ •
Ihatthe eutire held was covered with a lay
XXX HORSE MEDICINE—
patrons and the public generally with as
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
ATR. SCHUTZ RESPF.CTFUI.LY IN-
er of tan-bark, saturated with petroleum,
’1 forms the citizens ot Jacksonville and
and set on tire, the government indemnify
Try it and judge for yourselves.
sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses surrounding country that lie is now mar»»
HE MADAME TAKES THIS METHOD
ing the proprietor.
and Mules, which will be hired to go to any factoring, and will constantly keep on l;an«t
of tendering her thanks to the public for As can be bad on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
For sale by all Druggists and Traders.
part ot the country at moderate rates.
the very best of Lager Beer. Those w ishing
the patronage which has hitherto been ex horses
The people of this State will be glad to learn,
hired to go to any part of the country.
a <*ool glass of beer should give me a call.
by tiie following, taken lrum the .">au Fran
Animals BOUGHT and SOU). Horses
saddle or harness.
cisco Echo, that Oregon’s former Governor
Her tables are always under her immedi broke to work single or double. Horses
CARDWELL A’ McMAHON.
PRO BONO PUBLICO
jet lives: “The so-called Governor Woods ate control ; and by her long experience in boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon
them while in my charge.
is in this city. Thu question among the free
lunchers is, what office is he trying to gel give entire satisfaction to all. Her beds and ¿30“ MY TERMS ARE REASONABLE. I n M asonic B uilding , O regon S t ..
rooms are fitted up in the most comfortable I
he public are hereby noti -
now? We know one thiug he is sure to get— I style, suited to the accommodation of single
Cor. California and Oregon Sts., Jacksonville
fied that I have pla<*eil my notes ami
it ia the grand American bounce.”
occupants or families. Her beds are always solicited.
accounts in the hands of my attorney, II.
W. J. PLYMALE.
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
K. Hanna, with positive instructions lb
The latest delusion aud snare in Sail kept clean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
make immediateand forced collection in ev
Francisco is a piece of glass cunningly cut
HE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE-
XES, Hatchets, Drawing Knives, Broad
ery instance where security is not given.
Farms for Sale.
sires to announce to the public that he
into vansemblanee of ice, whicti is put into
axes, Mattocks, Picks, all sizes of Ham
Those knowing themselves indebted to
is now prepared to fill all orders for cakes THROUGH TICKETS, 12} C ents . me will do well to call upon Mr. Hanna,
mers, etc., for sale by JOHN MILLER.
an intoxicated man's cooling draught. This
i without delay, as this is my last call. My
Persons desiring to purchase good farms of every description, such as wedding cakes,
is becoming much iu vogue among the cor
cakes for parties, wine cakes; also brown
business must l»e settled !
AI l »S, Ropes, Carpenters’ and Wagon
JOHN BOLT, Aji^legato, Oregon.
ner groceries as a inouey-saving dodge.
and rye bread, ginger snaps and crackers.
JAMES T. GLENN.
Maker’s Tools for sale bv
Takes orders on exchange. Prices reasona plIOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CI- | Jacksonville, Sept. 9. 1874.
The victim, being drunk, of course does
vJ gars constantly on hand. The reading !
I F you want a No. 1 home-made Rifle or ble and satisfaction guaranteed.
not detect the cheat, but he luxuriates in
first-class Shotgun, go to
£0“ Fresh bread every dav.
N elegant assortment of Pocket and T;
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi pVERY description of Cm lory for sale
U’ m . KRETZER.
blr Cutlery for safo bj J. MILLER. I
cals and leading papers of the Cixist.
New York Store
FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS
CLOTHING, Etc., Etc.,
Clearance Sale !
THE BEST INSTRUMENTS!
THE NEW WHITE
FLORENCE COAL 01 STOVES
YERBA BUENA BITTERS,
YERBA BUENA BITTERS,
X X X Horse Medicine
XXX Horse Medicine
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,