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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
A. C. JONES,
JAS. S. HOWAED.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Otliee in Orth’s building—up-stairs.
BOYS' and GIRLS'
G. H. AIKEN, M. D.,
BOOTS and SHOES,
OfHce—On California street, opposite Union
GROCER TES, B ED S TEA DS A CHA 1RS,
L. DANFORTH, M. D.,
P H Y S I C 1 A N A N D S U R G E ♦) N ,
LIQUOES. TOBACCO and CIQAES.
Oilice on California street, opposite P. J.
Ryan's store. Resilience on Third street,
opposite and east ot the M. E. Church and
adjoining the Court House block on the
At E. Jacob’s New Store,
H. K. HANNA.
ATTORNEY’ A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
Will practice in all ths Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to all business lett
in my care.
Ollice in Orth’s Urick Building—upstairs.
C. W. KA It I.ER.
4 LT. OF THE ABOVE ARTH’T.l'S SOLD
a*, at th«« very lowest rates. If yon don’t
believe me, call and ascertain prices for
yourselves. No humbug!
All kinds ot produce and hides taken in
exchange for goods.
E. B. WATSON.
K21HLER & WATSON,
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW,
FURNITURE WÄRE ROOMS,
Will practice in the Supreme, District and
other < 'ourtx.lt Ins >tate.
Office on Third St., north of Express Otliee.
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
Will practice in all the Courts of the State
Prompt attention given to all business en
trusted to my care.
Otliee opposite Court House.
Keeps constantly on banda full assortment
<>! furniture, consisting of
B E! »STEADS,
JAKES S. HOWARD,
U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
Josephine and Curry enmities, Oregon.
Ollie in I surveys mi.ii ami patents obtame«!
at reasonable i ales, i'nil copies otM hung
Laws and I ><>ei>i<>ns at my otliee in Jack
sonville, < >reg« n.
MARTIN VROOMAN. M. D..
Al.-o Doors, Si'li and Blinds always on
han«! an ! made to order. Planing done on
reasonable tei ms. g-tl“ Undertaking a spe
1’ Il Y s I C I A N A ND S U R G E O N
Ji.c'asonv ille. Oregon.
Dr. Vrooman conies here with the intent ion
of permanently hwa’ing him-elt in the
practice of his j»rofessi«»n. is a gradu
ate, an«i, from twenty-seven years' ex peri-
ence m the ih'cases incident to this t 'oast.
Hatters himself as being able to give gen THE
•<>flice at the Franco-Ameriean Hotel.
SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES.
rpiTE ScnOT.ASTTr YEAR OF THIS
I sclund will commence about the end of
Auirnst, and is divided in four sessions,
of eleven w«*eks each.
Board an«! tuition, per term............. ....8to.no
B<*«1 an«l Bedtling.................................. .... 4J»o
Drawing and painting........................ .... K.00
W. J. ZIMMERMAN & CO., Prop'«. Piano........................................................ .... 15.00
Entrance fee. only once,................... .... 5.00
SELECT DAY' SCHOOL.
ANUFACTURE AND BUILD ALL Primary, ¡«er term..................................... $ fl.00
kinds of mill and mining machinery, Junior,
castings, thimble skeins, and irons, bras.'
castings and Babbitt metal. Bells cast.
at any time, and spe
Farming machinery, engines, house fronts,
stoves, sewing machines, blacksmith-work, cial attention is pai l to particular studies in
and all work wherein iron, steid or brass is bchalt of children who have but limite«!
used, repaired. Parties desiring anything time. For further particulars apply at tiie
in our line will do well to gii <• us a call be Acailemy.
fore going idsew here. All work done with
neatness and dispatch at reasonable rates.
/•sJ- Bring on your old east iron.
ZIMMERMAN A CO.
Ashland, April 8, l''7<>^
THE ASHLAND IRON WORKS,
WILL. JACKSON. Dentist.
Kaliler <fc Bro., Proprietors.
KEEP CONSTANTLY' ON HAND
the largest ami most complete assort
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon. DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
to l»o found in Southern Oregon.
Also the latest and tinest styles of
V VERY OPERATION PERTAINING TO
la the jaw skilfully performed at reasona
No more credit will be given after the
first of January, 1870. 1 will take all kinds
Ami a great variety of PERFUMES and
Otliee and residence on corner of Califor T< »1 LET A RTK ’LES, including the best and
nia and Fifth streets, .Jacksonville.
i hca| est assortment <«f < '« >MM< >N and PER
FUMED SOAI*S in tliis market.
Z.s3" Prescriptions carefully compounded.
ROUT. KAHLER, Druggist.
•Cor. California and < >reg«»n Sts., Jacksonville
HENRY PAPE. Engineer.
TABLE ROCK SALOON,
THROUGH TICKETS, 12J C ents .
piTOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CI-
V ! gars constantly on hand. The reading
table is also supplied with Eastern ¡»eriodi-
ealsand leading pa]»er.s of the Coast.
THE EAGLE BREWERY
f nilE PROPRIETOR, Jos. Wl'ITERER,
I has now on hand and is constantly man
ufacturing the best Lager Peer in Southern
Oregon, which he will 'ell n, «piantiti«'-to
•suit purchasers. Call and test the article.
1st. The Republican party of
gon, in Convention rssemhled,
with pride upon tho general «induct
and history of the party, mid rt if
our di-vction to those ft: ml a m«’«* •• *
«•¡¡»les upon which the llept
the Republi'Citn party Were
Among these aro unswerving
Oregon, ’<> (he Coifatitutlon and (he perj
of tho Union; the piescrviition
liberties aud equal lights of all
throughout the nation und the adi
IS TN RECEIPT AND FERI’S C.
1 slantly on hand a futi and tuM-class 8'.- ¡strutton of the laws in eve
sort nient of
of tlie* country fur ill«'
cnforcein«*nt of nubli
rights, and the punishment of viol
and crime; pure aud economical
»uinistration of every <l« p;;itme- I ol
LADIES & GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, tiie government, State c ami
and we pledge (he su;»| port of I
publican party to ull u iitans !u
proposed and wist ly d« • signed, to
DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING, mote the prosperity ol t people,
2. That a well
f free, it
therefore essential that tho pi
school system slu.ll be maintained
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, CUTLERY, order that every child may rt.
-uch education as will pave the
to useful eitizeiishij«, and wo
ti rably (»ppo-cii to any tlivets
public scimi 1 money.
NUTS, CANDIES, FIGS
3. That while wo aro in
revenue lor Hie support of th
government by (iutic
Bound polit y requires .-
Provisions of Every Kind, of llieso duties i s to cii<•mu;,
velopmt nt of tho iudu.-trial
of the whole country, aud
mend that policy of nation I
which secures to th«* woiko
oral wage-, to the agiicultui
and wool-growi g intei < 3 s,
live prices, aud the na
prosperity and ilhlej
4. That we t re in Liv
i-lation on tlx- par rt of <
amounts ol timber
for their use.
5. That we nre in fax
.1 l'ipt«-¡»i lai inti ■* i»^
> 2 C W
ment lor the iuq
er - ami svapori',
Htruction of sii ii
T7. * uj
n ? . State utili
protect the rtj
rilFIE UNDERSIGNED takes pleas unjust dis crimm (’.ion i
I lire in announcing to i lie public that he charges; and (bat m g
lias just received a complete and tirst-class
assortment of Gent’s Furni-hing Goods, railroad- ne favor the
such a- Hats, Shirts, Underx*ear, etc.; I> t by theg vernuient to
brands <>f t'igars and Tobacco; Pipes, No lowest pi ice for publia
tions, Fancy Goods, Gla sware, < i«■■•kerv, th«* proceeds oi.iy to tho < ort or di«m
Musical Instrinnents, Bird «'am's. statiou-
vor of maini «!
6. That we
• •rv. Pocket and Table l utleiy, AJiiims,
Toys, < ‘aielies. Nuts, etc., which will be sold ing the publii
il bv i
at the cheapest rates. Gixe me a <xdl and honest fulSlh
soe for yourselves.
11acts in thei
That the pre,
lie credit aud tie
of bpecie payments
practically accompii-he I deinoii-ti
BACK OF COURT HOUSE,
the wisdom of the financial puli
the Republican party and we an
MANNING & MONTGOMERY, Prop». posed to the repeat ot the
•act anti to repudin
That we favor a
aving lately fitted vp the founded upon a coin
commodious barn on the School House able and cotivi
Flat and in th«* rear of tin* Court lloii'.'. we
tire of the h«il<
an* now filili prepare«! to adenti to all bus
7. That the
iness in our line with promptness and di—
patch ami at the most reasonable rates. of l he 1 lenioeral
«1« fraud the pco
TURN» U TS.
The Stable is furnished with the best ani political I
mals and most substantial buggies ; also a
tirst-class hack and saddle-horse.
Horses boarded, and the best care be mindt d men.
stowed on them.
8. Th it \ 0 cor d
Satisfaction guaranteed in every instance.
l he reck l<->
Give us a trial and judge tor x ourselves.
oeiatie ad mi ¡list rut ion o! our
M A N N ING A Mt >NT<»t >M ER Y.
Jacksonville, Feb. 1, 187s.
fairs which has in the last e
heaped up a Etat«> del it of I
million dollars in direct violation
the Con-titutitm , and which has
ated new offices and ip.ere .s« d olii
salaries, to eat up the substance i
people aud w hich has robbed i
State,P sch< .1 and
managed I tic ! State,
JUST RECEIVED BY’
sjty funds, loaning tht
favorites on straw secui
9. That the office
(«tight to be nbolixhed
let to tho lowest resp
It). That we ho >rli
HMIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
1 ur«* in inlorining th«* ladies of Jackson forts of the tn embers
ville and vicinity that she has just reiv'ived
a complele an«l elegant stock of NEW M I L- tlu* Pacific Uoast to ■*■
LINI'.IO G()<»DS, dirt'et from San Francis isting treaty with (
co, consisting of New Shapes in Untrinmied it to commercial | u
That a simp.Io government,
opeI'titions to theadiiiinistra-
and tho preservation of the
>s tn au-
i tiie ac-
lie .11-. as
i< n and d
Which will he salii at Lowest Rates
The Beecher-Tilton scandal has been
again renewed. Sane time since ru-
I rnors were current that Tilton and his
wi'ehtd become reconciled. It appear*
i now th.it Mrs. T I »n ba* written a letter
which was published in the Tribune
recently, confessing her guilt. Th©
following is the letter:
J'r. Jra It. Wheeler— Dear Sir: A
tew weeks since, after long months of
mental anguish, I fold,‘'as you know, a
lew fri -nds whom I had bitterly de
ceived, that the • tmige brought by my
hush; mJ of adultery between myself
ami liev. Henry Ward Beecher was
true, and that the lie I had lived bo
.veil the last four years had become
intolerable to me. That statement I
t’O v solemnly reaffirm, an«l leave the
truth w«lh God, to whom also I com
mit myself, my children, and all who
must suffer. I know full well the ex-
; lanitions that will bo sought by many
for thin acknowledgment—I desire to
return to my husband, insanity, mal
ice, everything save the true and only
one, my quickened conscience and a
-ei.se of what is duo to the cause of
truth «I and justice. During all the com-
plications of those years you have been
my eoiifl lential friend, and therefore I
ad'huss this letter to you, authorizing
ami requesting you to secure Its publi
E lizabeth II. T ilton .
Brooklyn, Ap il 13th, 1878.
To this letter Beecher immediately
responded as follows:
YV averley (N. Y ), April 15t’ t
liTo lh< Editor of the N. K. Tribum:
—I confront Mrs Tilton’s confession
with an explicit and absolute deDial.
Th«* testimony to her own innocence
and to mine, which for four years she
had u:.ide to hundreds in private and
utiLlic, before the Court,in writing and
y, I declare to he true; aud the al-
tions now made in contradiction
•r uniform, solemn and unvarying
hi lent hitherto marie I utterly de-
I dre am hirto be innocent of
great tratisgres.-ion. (Signed)
IiENitv W ard B j e her .”
1 V ivid D e -« kiption .—Bro. Tur-
iter of the C/.Q (Jr< ijonian dishes up
is a’d Buck, the Labor Reform
in a raev i. •inner. No one will
lie truth of it, aqd, as these
ovs a •¡»ire to lead the Greenback-
it is Well enough to know who
While in Portland wo wore shown
m one gioup four of tho leaders of
put;, .¡n to be the Labor Reform
* of Portland, viz: A. U. Ed-
!.-, cell r of tho L<d>or World; O.
Brow:» the colored shoemak-
ILnvi II. Tim two last are
styL-d “t)r<g at Mechanic,” who
did an honest day’s work in his
vimws btiw it is himself. Weil, he
b*‘vit everything, anything but
I »ng at a time. Sometimes a
f.g du -piri'.uaii-t, then sk<*|>-
t on time a m i e**-iotiist, then
»o I »U
• : wards a Demo rat
Reformer, ile has
:.n I we are glad he
<> D. Buck, a
bird th .t « ven Edmunds
it t Im f. Web« Have, If
rightly, he was at one
m the police force in Portland;
■ have lie ml that he was <lis-
I for a’tempting to blackmail a
n of 1 .at place, ¡«nd failing in bis
on: pts xx«’ n nd erst«»« d he had brought
cti 'iing iiiflt on«» M a Gallagher for
tun of ch «racier ami had tho
pay. Wt ar«» not informed as
future politleal history, but ho
• sv wr;q»pe«l his martial (?) shawl
»ut him, hied him < ff to the camp of
the Reformers an«l put up a head on
hief Elinuo« , fur which little
iiO had t i w I k up »«nt settle
the captait». Edmunds says Buck
■ad «gz, and Buck retorts you aro
in« ibt-i. .n<! n »txx ¡th landing it is a lit-
’ r« «.I »rk.i'le, we think fmoueu they
both told the truth.
MRS. BRENTANO !
Foil Waul.”—(.’«inkling in
Bonnetsan I Hats, Trimming Silks, Feath
ers, Flowers, Ribbons, Velvets, etc., and is
now fully prepared to attend to all orders
with neatness and dispatch. Pri«*«'s rea>oii-
ableand satisfaction guaranteed. R«’sidene«*
at tiie old Overbeck Hospital. Give me a
J osh B illings
Roosters ar«* the pugili-tsof I »ini-,
having no suitable shoulder to st
from, they strike from the !
When a rooster gets whipped, all
hens march off with theotlier rooster.
JOHN L. CARTER & SON. even 1 he ai> i a ! so I igor ha: situ
is pluck that wins u lieu. Roo'ierspis a
class, won’t Do enny h<>tts. v-o k; yu
can’t git a rooster to pay • tmy att< iition
E ARE FU LI. Y PREPARED TO IK? to a young one. Th< y pend mo-t uv
w all kinds of Painting, including
their time in erowit g ,m<| t u ing, md
in a while they find a v\orm,\i hi. l
they make .a great fuss over, calling
their wives up from a distance, appar
to treft them; hut j¡st t.z th * hens
git (here, this elegant cu--» •■( ods o-.*. »
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
and goLl.len up till* Worm. Ji-lib < •
ALL STYLES GF GRAiNIKG DORE.
tuuti for til! the world.
HUIE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WELL
IE known ami popular resort would in
form their friends and the public generally
that a complete and tirst-class stock of the
lx>st brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and
porter, etc., is constantly kept on hand.
Tin y will be pleased to have their friends
••call and .smile.”
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also be found
here. We would Is* pleaded to haxe |H-rs«»ns
possessing curiosities and s | h eiineiis bring
t hem in, and we xx ill place them in the « al>-
ine. rtn inspection.
orders from the country promptly atteinl-
WINTJEN A HELMS.
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
V, with a reporter,h»s made
.«»ti «• very damaging Hatemen ta
igftinst the I’rc-idilit. Ho declares
urn <» be the most corrupt man that
ever served tis President. That ho
lurgained for the Pre<i«l«*n'*y, and the
time wili coiiic when il will all lie ex-
p >se«l to (Im world. His arraignment
of the I’resi'i nt Is<lelit»erate, carefully
t ing« d and «¡uito l«*tigth,v. It has
created a sensation in political circles.
III Hi Ci Vl< W
At a re
ti for the
an E» t- I
aver »ge nomati
<>f h!e an I liable
1 hat woman’s <1
h in i ami her «•
Sue .8 hei elf I t
decollet«» wai- Is »
her glove tltting
mountain 4 I
ti mit. i-
♦ ♦ »
S ay - the Stfmdord'. “Repuhlican
pq i s l ave been indulging >n a l*r a I
grin I i m o the D< mociritiv cotivvu-
.ion accept« «1 an invitation to visit tho
insane asylum. They can stop grin
ding ami pull 'ip their chins now, aa
th«* R ’pul ¡cm < o!if» r« i:re v« te«l tiirju-
im usly to .... to the | vtiilentiary.”
Irou’ies. T i 8 Want H euppltca
educa ting v> .men to be physicians.
'■1 ' • ditor «di r-; to Let hia
1 n -o (.. tiling io our di-eredit.
He shouldn’t carry gambling to such