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FRIDAY,................................. APRIL 26, 1878.
Odd Fellow»' Building, JaekwüiIlle, Oregon,
J .V J /) VEfìTLS/XQ LA }.
When drawer and pocket both seem thin,
And much goes out and naught comes in,
It would be exceedingly wise,
When times are hard, and cash is low,
And trade comes in most awful slow,
What is it that 1 would advise?—
DEALER & WORKER IN
For thus it is with men of brain
Finding their fortune on the wane,
And hoping they may take a rise—
Your Ilelmbolds, Stewarts, Barnums, too,
Dry goods, menagerie, and btlchu—
Exalt this method to the skies:
Bonner with ltextor, Flatbush Maid-
Tom Scott upon the rail lie’s laid—
Had but one wav to win the prize:
The greatest men who live to-day
Have found in this tho only wav
To dwell beyond the common size:
It never yet was known to fail
To brighten times and make a sale;
To blind your luck w ith golden ties,
So, let your name be Smith or Grimes,
Try this one way to cheat hard times;
You’ll find herein the secret lies:
A CAMPAIGN MASDDR.
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
' POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps,.
Wooden and Willow Ware
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS
Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hose,
I t is stated that the only reliable
means of ridding the henroost and pig
eon loft of vermin is a preparation of
sulphur and carbon technically called
sulphuret of carbon. In France it ha*
been thoroughly tested, and it is said
that it works like a charm. It kill-
the insects which prey upon pigeons
and fowls without injuring the birds.
A bottle containing the solution will
last several days and the cost is small.
Put two ounces of the sulphate of car
ton in a bottle open at the mouth ami
hang it by a string in the hen-house.
At the end of eight days the taittle
should be refilled. The remedy is
said to be infallible. It as good as
claimed it should bo known to every
farmer’s wife and poultry raiser
throughout the country.
x < c n i »
$60! $60! $60!
And Liberal Discount Made for Cash !
Descriptions anti Pedigrees.
HUIE LIST OF SALES 1’OR 1S7G ANI»
I testimonials from the very best judges
in the county.
We. the umlersigncd residents of Jackson
«•ouniy, owning and having used the Singer
Machine sutlicientlv long to natiffy us that it
is in < c< i </ r«*sp<*ct ;t /ii-Mf-claxM machine for all
kinds ot family work, would cheerfully rec-
ommend it to all wishing to purchase* a tirst-
elass sewing machine:
¡Mrs. T. B. Atkinson,
M is. l’res. Pliipi's,
'Mrs. s. J. Oliver,
Mrs. I. J. Phipps,
Airs. F. Luv,
Mrs. M. Lolland,
Mrs. John t trtli,
M rs. S. E. I tunlap,
Mrs. E. R. Reames,
Mrs. T. W. Johnson, Mrs. N. Fisher,
M rs. Wm. Pav ne,
M iss A. Ross,
Mrs. M. Riggs,
¡Mrs. T. T. McKenzie,
Mrs. J. Houck,
Mrs. J. Ritter,
Mrs. M. A. Palmer, M. Mayer, mer. tailor
Mrs. L, <¿anting,
John Farley, “
I A. Marks,
Mrs. H. Helms.
M rs. t '. W. Sav age,
Needles, oils and all kinds of attachments
on hand or ordered.
LADIES’AM) GENTS’FURNISHING GOODS,
SINGER MANF’G co.,
Cor. First ami Yamhill Sts., Portland, Ogn.
DAVID 1.INN, Agent, Jacksonville.
SEWING M ACH INE SALES IN 1876.
Consolidation of HODGE, SNELL A CO.,
and T. A. DAVIS A CO.,
NOTICE, STOCKMEN !
The Singer iVU g Co. sold 262,316
W 11 O L E SALE DRUGGIST S,
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL
71 FRONT STREET
PO HTI AN D, OI ì K C m O N.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Ob’ CALI KO1ÏN I A
J. N. T. MILI.ER....................... PRESIDENT
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES
J. N I N A N..................... V IC E- P R ES I DEN T
THE WELL-KNt >WN VERMONT HoRSE
¡MAX Ml LI,ER....................... SECRETARY
I E. B. WAiStiN.........................ATTORNEY
GLASSWARE, H7.V/4OIF 67,JAN,
T his standard article is compound
ed with the greatest care.
Its effects arc as wonderful and as
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to its
It removes all eruptions, itclnng
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer
of Massachusetts, says, “The con
stituents are pure, and carefully se
lected for excellent quality ; and I
consider it the B est P uepahatioh
for its intended purposes.”
G.1L AIKEN........ MEDICAL EXAMINER
ILL STAND Fol! MARES AT THF.
I nion l.iverv Stable during the season
of HTs, coninieiiving April 1st and ending
PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND.
Alike is 11 vears old. was sin d l>v old
P. Dl NN,
K. Kt I'd.1,
JACOB ISH. Vermont, out of a t horoiigl .1 >t ed W hip ma r< - :
he is a beautiful bav, 17 hands high, well
formeil, and weighs l,i>o>i pounds. He lias
sired more tine horses, according to t In* ela —
j .1. N. T. Miller, J. Nunan, Max Muller of mares licit have been bred to him, than
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
hi. 11. Aiken,
E. B. Watson any other horse in the world, of his age, and
he is without doubt th<* Favorite Horse
i I.icol « Ish,
< 'has. Niek«*ll wherever known.
Sole Agenti* tor Oregon for the cele
I will furnish pasture to those desiring it
M. Hanley, E. F. Walker
brated CARBOLIC sill II' />//» Whirl ! .lohn Watson,
at 75 cents per week. I will not be re-pon
kills Ticks, Lice and all pantsites on sheep,
III. F. Re« ser.
sible for any accidents or escapes.
and is a sure cure for screw-worm, s«*al»aml
Tel ms Twentv dollars.
fool rot. Circular-ent on application.
J. A. CARDWELL.
PAINTS. OILS AND
DANIEL F. BEATTYS
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
| 4 PPl.K'ATK >NS
I .A mav l>e made to any member ot the
j 1 '•<>ard oi I tireclors.
PIANO, Grand, Square
and Upright, and BEAT
TY’S CELEBRATED GOLDEN T o N g I I PH( > FESS It »N A L
PARLOR ORGANS are the sweetest toned
and most perfect instruments ever betöre
IN ORTH'S BUILDING.
manufactured in this or any other count rv.
The world is challenged to equal them.
Best discounts and terms ever before git cn.
Rock Bottom panic prices now ready to job
) 1,SPE( Tl’t’I.I.Y
ANNOI NCF.S To
bers, agents and the trade* in general. An
K 1 lie public ot Jackson ville and vicinitv
otFer: These celebrated instruments (either
Piano or • *rgan) boxed amf shipped to any-
where, on live or fifteen days’ test trial.
Money refunded and freight paid both ways
if in any wav un-atisfactory. Full v war
ranted for six vears a- strictlv first-class.
EXTRAORDINARY LIBERAL discounts
given to Churches, Schools, Lodges, Halls.
Mmisters. Teachers, etc., in order to have
them introduced at once when’ I have no
agents. Thousands now in use. New Il
All kinds <>| birds stuffed and put up in
lustrated ADVERTISER, (Catalogue Edi most natural sh.ip<*s.
tion), with list pf testimonials, now ready,
Jacksonville, hCc. 11, 1*77.
sent tree. Established in |s.5!t.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jer-ev.
S. P. HANNA.
A . M A K K S,
\\' A< ;C)N - M A KKK,
IN CRONEMILLERS BUILDING, IS
I in receipt <>t a lull assortment of material
and i repared to do all work in his line on
-lioit notice and in a workmanlike maimer.
\ chicles <>t t*vrry description math* toorder.
Icrnis reasonable and satisfaction guaran
Repairing a specialtv.
Manufacture of Complete New Suits!
S. P. HANNA.
A good stock of all kinds ot Gents’ Trim
mings will be kept on hand. Persons de
siring to make up their own goods can have
the same cut to order. Samples of goods WHO WANTS A HOME?
kept from which suits can l>o ordered and
HUIE UNDERSIGNED. IX ORDER TO
I close partnership, otler for sale a farm
Jacksonville, June 23, 1877.
ot 320 acres, pleasantly situated on Rogue
river, on t he direct road to Fori Klamath, 34
GREAT SACRIFICE! miles from lacksonville. The place is most
ly rich bottom land, well watered, with an
extensive out side range tor norses, catt le or
sheep. Will l>e sold on easy terms: One-
fourth down, tlie balance on liberal credit.
1 lie Stock. eon-1st ing of hor-es, call l<*, sheep
and hoÿs, along with the (arm implements,
B I j A C K S M 1 T 11 I XC. ! hay, grain, etc., can be bought cheap, giving
purchaser of the place preft-rence it desired.
HI LL BROS.
ill stand at mv stable four miles north*
I east o] 1 ‘In en i x t he «*nsuing season. (Wed nes-
i days and Fridays excepted) commencing
4 S ALLOUR M Ei:< HANTS ARESELL-
; April 1st and ending July I, 1*7«.
ing out at cost and freight, I am ready
on ng Prine«* was si red by the well known to d<> blacksmithing at cost and freight, but
; horse W hit«* Prince, owned bv W. C. Mver. must have the cash when the work is com
. qt Ashland, out ot a Blackhawk mare. He pleted. Shop on the corner of California
i is a dark iron gray, has very tine action, is and Main streets.
: remarkably plea-ant in disposition,and will
weigh ationt l.l'M» pounds.
Terms: Ten dollars, in U. S. gold coin,
tor tlie season, to be paid at tin» end t hereof.
S. C. TAYLOR.
IV ANTED IN EVERY SF.t'Tft >N (>F THE
United States and Provinces to answer
1 > 1/ xJ'H business you can engage in. 85
1*1 *> ' 1 to 820 ¡»er day made by workers this advertisement.
of eittier sex, right in their own localities. DANIEL F. BEAI'TY. Washington, N.J.
: Particulars and samples worth S5 free. Im
EW Guns made to order and repairing
prove y<<nr spate tunc at this business. Ad-
A properly done by JOHN MH.I.ER.
’ dress Sitx-ox A Co., Portland, Maine.
ion? liuv a Pistol or
J' >11.N MILLER.
BOX Tor, 2 DRAWERS Jt DROP LEAF!
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
HODGE, DAVIS & CO.,
fin $30 SINGER for $60 !
S( 'A M PERI»(>WN is a beautiful dark bay.
lf> hand- high, six years old thisSpring. and
as to form and appearance is uticqualed in
the State, lit* was bred by Theo. Winters,
of California, and was sired by Norfolk.
(Sec* Norfolk’s pedigri-e.) His first dam is
“Nettie W.,” by “Belmont”; second dam
“Lady Davis,” by “Red Bill.” 'Sec suid
North of San Francisco, consisting of a Fine Slock of
Book.) The same authority gives “La<lv
Davis" as the dam of "Dasliaway,” “Beau
” and "Richmond,” all by “Bel
GENTS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING. HATS AND CAPS. regard
I’>< >ST< >N is a 1 ilood or chestnut sorrel, and
is a perfect specimen ot tin* heavy, large
1>1< A -04 X >2
boned English running horse, such as "Mes
senger” and old “Boston." He is 4 .vears
old this Spring, weighs near 120(1 pounds,
and is over 10 hands high. He is also by
Norfolk. His dam was “Minttio Rifle,” by
“Rilleman;” second dam “Julia,” by “Red
TRUNKS, VALISES, Etc.,
Bird;” he by "Sea Gull,” and he by ‘•Jin
Which is surpassed by none in the county and will be sold at prices to SUIT TH E TIM ES. ported Expedition;” thirj dam by “Ber
trand,” Ac. We deem it unnecessary to give
It shall continue to be my aim to give
a more extended pedigree in this instance,
but we can af any time do so for those who
The Most Goods for the Least Money,
<hnbt. His grandsire was “Lexington” on
the sire’s side, and on his dam’s side “<>ld
and to place before my patrons a variety of articles not to be found in any other house. Boston,” two of the greatest and noblest
It is not my intention to mislead the public by advertising goods 1 cannot produce upon horses America liasever been honored vv ¡th.
inquiry, but to give value received in every instance. A call from every purchaser at
We invite the attention of breeders to thi*
my old stand is solicited.
unequaled colts of “Scamperdown” for size,
action, looksand general make-up for al!
TOLMAN A litto'l'II.
i'?t" For further particulars st*e circulars.
THE FINE YOUNG STALLION,
aving determined to maintain the position iifrui ’ ofore occu
pied by me as the largest RET \ 1 L DEALER in Southern < iregon, I take this means
of announcing that 1 am now displaying the
HUIE UNDERSIGN ED HAVE NOWON
1 hand the most complete and best stock
I of millinery goods ever brought to Jackson- i
| ville, consiting of
I) F.< 'ENTRY <>F SAN FRANCISCO, |j AS
11 opened a Tailor Shop in .«la-oiiic Build
ing, (opposite t he Postotliee), where In* is
prepared to execute all work in hislinetn
Flowers, ribbons, laces, neckties, gloves, a workmanlike manner, from the cleaning
collars and cutis, etc., etc., which we will and repairing of clothes to the
sell at low prices.
We have on hand a number of the cole-
j brated Howe Sewing Machines, which we
j will sell etieap tor cash, or exchange fot
MISSES d . A M.t’ARDWELL.
IN PRICES OF
\\rILI. BE KEPT AT THE STABLES OF
it Manning A Montgomery, in Jackson
ville, < Iregon, the ensuing season, beginning
April 1st and ending July 1, 1878. They
w ill serve mates for Thirty-live dollars, for
the st*ason, payable at the elose thereof,
in cash, note, or such produce as may be
agreed upon. Mares proving not to be w ith
foal (without fault of theowner) can be bred
the following season
of Chary? tor the
services of the horse.
AT TIIE STORE OF
Sewing Machines for Sale.
0 UG 11 B11 EDS,
SCAMPERDOWN and BOSTON !
TO THE PUBLIC:
NEW MILLINERY STORE!
Indian Corn......................................... 56
Timothy Seed..................................... 48
Flax Seed............................................ 50
Hemp Seed ........................................ 44
Blue Grass Seed.................................. 14
Castor Beam*....................................... 4!)
Potatoes, Turnips, Carrots, Pars
nips, Beets and Onions............. 60
Dried Apples...................................... 22
Dried Peaches..................................... 33
Mult................................................ *.... 36
Immense Reduction in Prices !
When Dr. R. V. Pierce was a candidate
tor State Senator, his political opponents '
published a pretended analysis ot his popu
lar medicines, hoping thereby to prejudice ’
the people against him. His election By an
overwhelming majority severely rebuked
I have secured the services of a First-class
his traducers, who sought to impeach his j
business integrity. No notice would have Moclianic, and am prepared to do all repair
bueu taken of these campaign lies were it
not that some of his enemies (and every ing promptly and in superior style.
successful business man has his full quota
ot envious rivals'are republishing these bo
gus analyses. Numerous and most absurd !
formulas have been published, purporting I
to come from high authority; and it is a TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
aigpitieaut fact that no two have been at all | 1 I am r«*«*eiving and have constantly on
alike—conclusively proving the dishonesty hand a full and first-class stock of
of their authors.
The tollowing is from the Buffalo Com- !
'»tcrrial, ot Oct. 23, 1.877."
“Hardly a dozen years ago he(Dr. Pierce) DRY GOODS, Gum Boots. TOBACCO.
came here, a young and unknown man, al- :
most friendless, with no capital except his
own manhood, which, however, included '
plenty of brains ami pluck, indomitable
perseverance, and inborn uprightness. GLASSWARE. CROCKERY, Etc.. Etc.
Capital enough for any vonng man, in this j
progressive country, it only he has good
health and habits as well, lie had all these 1
Td?“ Everything sold at reasonable rates.
great natural advantages and one thing
more, an excellent education.
He had j Give me a call.
Jacksonville, Feb. Ik, 1875.
studied medicine Qtid been regularly li
censed to practice as a physician. But he
was still a student, fond of investigation and
experiment. He discovered, or invented,
important remedial agencies or compounds.
Not choosing to wait wearily lor the sick and I
suffering to find out (w ithout anybody to
tell them) that he could do them good, be i
advertised his medicines and invited the
whole profession, ot every school, to exam
ine and pronounce judgment upon his for
mulas. He advertised liberally, profusely,
but with extraordinary shrewdness, and
with a method which is in itself a lesson to
all who seek business by that perfectly le
gitimate means. His suc<*ess has been some
thing marvelous—so great indeed that it
must be due to intrinsic merit in the articles AND MARBLE WORKS.
he sells more even than to his unparalleled
skill in the use of pi inter's ink. The pres
ent writer once asked a distinguished dis
pensing druggist to explain the secret of Ho! Unto All Who Thirst!
the almost universal demand for Dr. Pierce’s
COME YE UNTO
medicines. He said they were in fact genu
ine medicines—such compounds as every
good physician would prescribe for the dis
THE SODA SPRINGS!
eases which they were advertised tocure. Of
course, they cost less than any druggist
AND DRINK WITHOUT
would charge for the same article supplied
on a physician’s prescription, and besides
there was the doctor’s fee saved. Moreover MONEY AND WITHOUT PRICE!
buying tiie drug in such enormous quanti
ties, having perfect apparatus for purifying
and compounding the mixture, he could not
only get belter articles in the first place, but rpiIE UNDERSIGNED IS Now KEEP-
1 ing tlie Soda Springs House and, having
present the medicine in better form and
cheaper than the same mixture could possi repaired and refitted’lie same, is now pre
pared to accommodate all that may favor
bly be obtained from and other source.
It may be thought that all this having ref him with a cal I. Prices to suit the hard times.
erence to Dr. Pierce’s private business has no
THE MARBLE BUSINESS
point whatever w hen considered in connec
tion with the proper qualifications of a can Wil] still bo a specialty. All orders in this
didate tor the Singe. Perhaps. But it is line promptly tilled in the best manner and
the fashion now, aim will be tor a fortnight at
more, with sundry journals, to make sneer
Address as usual,
ing allusions to this very matter. After
J. H. RUSSELL, Ashland.
that briet period, they will la* quite ready to
go on doing its work as before, and as al
ways before, to speak of him as a great pub
OUKIAL VEIG1ITM OF l>IFFF.KI.A I
klM» OF GIIAIN. KOO I S. Ac.
AT Til IS <>I.1> STAND!
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc.
When folks go streaming past your door,
And never step inside the store.
My best advice do not despise:
Price, One Dollar.
Opposite Od<l Fellows' Hall,
FOR THE WHISKERS.
madami : holt .
HUIE M AD \M E TAKES Tills MEI'HoD
I of tendering her I hanks to the public toi
tlx* patronage which ha- hitherto I■.••■n ex
tended to her. and wytild respeetlully solicit
Her tables are always under her immedi-
ate control ; and by her long c\| erii nee in
the business she feels confident th:*> she w ill
give ent ire satisfaction to all. Her t>< ds and
rooms are fitted up in the most cointortabh
style, suited to the accommodation ol -ingl<
occupants or famili<*s. Iler bed - are a I w a vs
kept‘clean. MEALS AT Aid. H<»1 Rs.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL &. CO »
Cell tj tU
kafi Ciilors U URktau.
; 1/1) 1/1/ | ANY PERSON WHO WILL
j I it I«1 i . malm ami toivvarit me a list
<«f t li<* Ham«'* of reliable persons oi their ae-
ijuaintam*«* who wish to procur«* an instru-
im*nl. either Piano <>r organ, I will use my
best cmleav ors io sell them on«*, amt tor ev-
erv Piano I sm*«««-«1 in selling to their list
wit bin on«* year 1 will credit them with sli>.
and for evt'iv Organ s.5, lobe applied «on
pav inent of eJlier a Piano or Organ; amt
when it amounts to a sum sufficient t«> ¡>ay
tor any in>t i nment, si'lected at tin* lowest
vv holesale price, I will immediately sliip tho-
instrument, tn*««, or after any amount is'
er« dited t he balance may b<* paid me in caslr
and 1 w ill then ship them tlie instrument.
They need not be known >n the matter, ami
will b<* doing their friends a real service, as
i I shall make special oilers to them, selling
a siipt rior instrument for from one-half to
I tvvo-tbirds what is ordinarily asked by
j agents. Pleas«* s«*ml me a list at once, ami
I after you bav «• made inquiry, you can adtl
! to it.
; DANIELF. BEATTY, Washington, N.J.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,,
COR. CALIFORNIA A 4th SIS.
rpiIE undersigned would RE-
1 spoctfnlly inform their friends and the
public generally that they have purchased
the above estaldishment, which will be
hencefortli conducted under their constant
personal supervision, ami they guarani«*«
satisfaet i n to all w ho may favor tlmm with
These stables ar«* centrally located, and
within c<niv«*ni«‘iit distance of th«* various
hous«*s of public enterlaiiitnent. Horses
and mules wilI lie board«si and cared tor al
moilerat«* charges. They have one of the
larg«*st ami tines! stocks in Oregon, south ot
I’<>rt land, of
BUGGIES AND CARRIA'J'S,
Witli single or <lou(de teams, lor hire «»n rea
sonabh* terms. Also goo«l Sad«ll«* Horse-
and Mules, which will !•<• hired to go to any
part <>t the «*ountry at modenitt* rams.
Animals bought ami sold, ami broke t<
saddle or harness.
J. A. CARDWELL.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE
I notice to all those indebted to them,
either by note or book account, to conn* tor-
ward at once mid settle their accounts before yrou CAN EASILY INCREASE YOUR
I salary by dev«>ting a v«*ry small por
the 15th day <>t April next, or their accounts
will be placed in the hands of an attorney tion ot your leisure .line to mv inter« st. I
for tore«•<I collection. We mean business, as do not expect you to canvass tor my cel«*-*
brate«! l>«*att_v s Pianos ami Organs unless
our books MI ST ire closed.
von see fit to: but th«* scrvi«*e 1 r«*<pi re of volt
FISHER A CARO.
both pleasant ami profitable. Full partic
P. S.—I will offer for sale all my house is
hold and kitchen furniture and a fiist-ela-s
piano. All those w ishing a bargain w ill do
well to give me a call.
J )<»WDER - Giant, Blasting or gnu powder,
IL, Whetstones, Tape nrd Chalk Lines J F you want a No. 1 home-made Rifle or i I all kinds, ami caps ami fus«7, f(>r sal«* in
puiutitics to suit, by
Jo 11N MILLER.
for sale at
L tir-t-clas.s >ho!gtm g>> to J. MIL!.EK.
• This elegant preparation may I mj
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other undesir
able shade, to brown or black, at dis
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and ef
fectually produces a jM?rmanent color*
which will neither rub nor wash off.
EsLblished in 1852.
I AHuEl.Y STOCKED THE. PRESENT
I j Season with evervthing in the
NU RSERY LINE.
Fruit Trees of AU Kinds,
SURI Its, ROSES, BULBS,
trri r» t, rvr ATTTG
GARDEN SEEDS. ETC.
Send for Catalogue. Free.
W. F. KELS»EY, Proprietor.
make money t.rst««r at work for us
I > ’ can
than at anything else. Capital not re-
<|iiir«*«l; we will start you. $12 per, «lav., at
home made by the imiustrious. .M4.*n* w«.*»
tneu. boys ami girls wanted ev«-rv w here to
work for us. Now is th«* time. < ostly out
fit and terms fre«*. A«ldress True A Co..