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IN PRICES OF
SCAMPERDOWN and BOSTON !
Jacksonville Gruagt No. 83, P. of H.,
Holds its regular meetings every two weeks
at Odd Fellows’ Hall, Jacksonville.
C. MINGUS, Master.
A nnie M iller , Secretary.
Odd Fellow»' Building, JacksoBvillr, Oregon,
DEALER & WORKER IM
Immense Reduction in Prices !
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ete.
AT THE STORE OF
Oregon Chapter No. 4, R. A. 1.,
Holds its regular meetings monthly on
Tuesday evenings of or preceding each full
moon, at 7% o’clock. Companions in good
standing are invited.
J. E. ROSS, High Priest.
M ax M uller , Secretary.
Table Rock EntJinpmrat No. 10,1.0.0. P.
Holds regular sessions in its
Hall, Odd Fellows’ Building, in
Jacksonville, Oregon, on the 2d
and 4th Tuesday evenings of each and every
month. All sojourning Patriarchs are cor
dially invited to meet with us.
SILAS J. DAY, C. P.
K aspar K ubli , Scribe.
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
KNAPP, BURRELL & C0.t
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Cape,
Farm Machinery, Wagons.
ARRY the largest stock and best assort
ment of goods in our line in the State.
Among a few of our specialties are:
The Bain Wagon, improved for 1878.
Racine Wagon Cfo.’s 4-spring Hacks.
Champion Reaper A Mower.
Marsh Harvester and Harvester King,
with and without automatic Binder.
Haines’ Single-gear Header, Improved.
Buffalo Pitts’ Challenge Thresher, the
leading Thresher of this Coast.
Tiger Self-dumping Rake.
The »liver Chilled Plow.
Write for descriptive circular of what
E. M. M oore , our agent at Roseburg, car-
r o«a line of our goods, which he will furnish
at Portland prices aud freight.
K napp , B urrell A Co.
Wooden and Willow Ware
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS
Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hose,
TO THE PUBLIC!
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
LADIES’ AND GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
HODGE, DAVIS A CO
rVlie Soda Springs
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
J. N. T. MILLER..................... PRESIDENT
J. NUNAN..................... VICE-PRESIDENT
PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
J. N. T. Miller,
G. H. Aiken,
Sole Agents for Oregon for the cele
brated CA RHOLIC SHEEP DIP, which
kills Ticks, Liceand all parasites on sheep,
and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
THE LABOR WORLD.
COME TE UNTO
TERMS TIN ADVANCE:
THE SODA SPRINGS!
Weekly, post-paid, one year................... $2 00
Clubs of ten, one year....*................
AND DRINK WITHOUT
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
Ho! Unto All Who Thirst!
G.II. AIKEN........MEDICAL EXAMINER
PAINTS, OILS AND
Notice of Final Settlement.
AND MARBLE WORKS.
THE WELL-KNOWN VERMONT HORSE I
E. B. WATSON......................... ATTORNEY
GLASSWARE, WINDOW GLASS,
The Singer MI'g Co. sold 262,316
Ayer’s Cathartic Pills,
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES
mHE LIST OF SALES FOR 187« AND"
1 testimonials from the very best judges'
in the county.
We, the undersigned residcfrts of Jackson*
county, owning and having used the Singer
Machine sufficiently long to safix/y us that it
is in every respect a ytrst-c/oM machine for alF
kinds ot family work, would cheerfully rec-'
ommend it to all wislring to purchase a first-'
class sewing machine:
'Mrs. T. B. Atkinson/
Mrs. Pres. Phipps, ¡Mrs. S. J. Oliver/
Mrs. I. J. Phipps,
Mrs. F. Luy,
Mrs. M. Lofland,
|Mrs. John Orth,
Mrs. S. E. Dunlap, 'Mrs. E. R. Kearnes,
Mrs. T. W. Johnson, Mrs. N. Fisher,
Mrs. Wm. Payne,
¡Miss A. Ross,
Mrs. M. Riggs,
Mrs. T. T. McKenzie/
Mrs. J. Houck,
Mrs. J. Ritter,
Mrs. M. A. Palmer, M. Mayer, mer. tailor
M rs. L. Ganung,
¡John Farley, “
Mrs. II. Helms,
Mrs. C. W. Savage, |
Needles, oils and all kinds of attachments
on hand or ordered.
SINGER MANF'O CO.,
Cor. First and Yamhill Sts., Portland, Ogn.
DAVID LINN, Agent, Jacksonville.
Howe Machine Co.,
Wheeler A Wilson MfgCo. “
Domestic 8. M. Co.,
American B. H. 48. M.Co. “
Weed Sewing Machine Co., “
Wileox A Gibbs 8. M. Co., “
71 FRONT STREET
E KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
a complete stock of
SEWING MACHINE SALES IN 187«.
Consolidation of HODGE, SNELL A CO.,
and T. A. DAVIS A CO.,
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
1 I am receiving ami have constantly on
hand a full and first-class stock of
And Liberal Discount Made for Cash !
I have secured the services of a First-class
WILL M MCE THE SEASON AT JACK-
VV sonvilie, Rock Point and Sam’s Val
iev, commencing April 1st, at the following
rates: $5, $10 and $15.
DRY GOODS, Gum Boots, TOBACCO.
Turk is 9 years old this Spring. His sire
was Arabian, out of a Tiinoleon mare.
Turk's dam was French. He is a dark chest
nut sorrel, with white points, 17 hands high,
and weighs 1,500 pounds in working condi GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Eto., Etc.
Competent judges agree Jhat Turk's colts
will compare favorably with any yet pro
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
duced in the State, and he is highly recom
mended by leading stock-raisers of Douglas Give me a call.
county, where be has made several seasons.
The Meadows, March 1, 1878.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Jackson, sitting in pro
bate at its May term.
In the matter of the estate of N. C. Dean,
t NNA DEAN. ADMINISTRATRIX OF
\ «nid estate, hav i
tiled in «aid Court
Il> fi Hill accotin* fo*
c tl< -men». snd also
Ji v»; of ♦ »ran <
• <*;♦ » f ng th*
. a<-r> lore notice is
. » V
' ■’ >a< account will
• I n «aid Court on
.Tnn$- *. r;
10 o’clock a . M..
:i . having any of»
:m’ and settlement
m •Le ’lie «ame.
f»i o tiATic T imes for
i.-e u’ive weeks by order <»f lion. S
J. Dav. Countv -’n Igo.
E. 1» FOUDR \Y. Clerk.
Descriptions and Pedigrees.
is a beautiful dark bay,
aving determined to maintain the position heretofore occu 16 SCAMPERDOWN
hands high, six years old thisSpring, and
pied by me a? the largest RETAIL DEALER in Southern Oregon, I take this means as to form and appearance is unequaled in
ot announcing that I am now displaying the
the State. He was bred by Theo. Winters,
of California, and was sired by Norfolk,
(See Norfolk’s pedigree.) His Arst dam is
“Nettie W.,” by “Belmont’’; second dam
“I.adv I»avis,” by “Red Bill.” (See Stud
North of San Francisco, consisting of a Fine Stock of
Book.) The same authority gives “Lady
Davis” as the dam of “Dashawav,” “Beau
regard” and “Richmond,” all by “Bel
GENTS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, mont.
BOSTON is a blood or chestnut sorrel, and
is a perfect specimen of the heavy, large
boned English running horse, such as “Mes
senger” and old “Boston.” He is 4 years
old this Spring, weighs near 1200 pounds,
and is over 16 hands high. He is also by
Norfolk. His dam was “Minnie Rifle,” by
“Rifleman;” second dam “Julia,” by “Red
TRUNKS, VALISES, Etc.,
Bird;” he by “Sea Gull,” ami he by “Im
Which in surpassed by none in the county and will be sold at prices to SUIT THE TIMES. ported Expedition;” third 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 at any time do so for those w ho
TKe Most Goods for the Least Money,
dcubt. His grandsire was “Lexington” on
and to place before my patrons a variety of articles not to be found in any other house. the sire’s side, and on his dam’s side “Old
It is not my intention to mislead the public by advertising goods I cannot produce upon Boston,” two of the greatest and noblest
inquiry, but to give value received in every instance. A call from every purchaser at horses America has ever l>een honored with.
We invite the attention of breeders to the
my old stand is solicited
unequaled colts of “Scamperdown” for size,
action, looksand general make-up for all
TOLMAN A BOOTH.
For further particulars see circulars.
ing promptly and in superior style.
THE WELL KNOWN DRAFT HORSE,
An $80 SINGER for $60 !
WILL BE KEPT AT THE STABLES OF
“ Manning A Montgomery, in Jackson
ville, Oregon, the ensuing season, beginning
April 1st and ending July 1, 1878. They
will serve mares for Thirty-five dollars, for
the season, payable at the close thereof, BOX TOP, 2 DRAWERS A DROP LEAF!
in cash, note, or such produce as may be
agreed upon. Mares proving not to be with
160! 160! 160!
foal (without fault of the owner) can be bred
the following season Free of Charge for the
services of the horse.
E. B. Watson
E. F. Walker
WILL STAND FOR MARES AT THE
1V Union Livery Stable during the season
of 1878, commencing April 1st and ending
Mike is 14 years old, was sired by old
Vermont, out of a thoroughbred Whip mare;
be is a beautilul bay, 17 hands high, well
formed, and weighs 1,600 pounds. He has
sired more tine horses, according to the class
of mares that have been bred to him, than
any other horse in the world, of his age, ami
he* is w ithout doubt the Favorite Horse
I will furnish pasture to those desiring it
at 75 cents per week. I will not be respon
sible for any accidents or escapes.
J. A. CAP.DWELL.
may be made to any member ot the
Endorsement by the Central ('«mmlttrr:
For all the purposes of a Family Phyaicr
and for curing Costivenesa. Jaunaice,.
Indigestion. Foul Stomacn. Breath.
Headache. Eryaipeiaa, Rheumatism«.
Eruption« and Skin Diseases, B l I •
lcusncss. Dropsy, Tumor.'. Worm "r
euraigia, .is a Dinner -Jfill,
for Furifyias 1 L. w.vjd,
fectiir and conge
nial pur^ati verve r
arc mild, but ef
fectual in their
the bowels surety
and without pain.
in their ofieratioii,
they are still the
most thorough aud
tic medicine tiiat can I k * employed : clrana-
ing tlie stomach and boweis. and even the
hioxl. In small doses of one pill a »lay,
they stimulate the digestive oi'gans and
promote vigorous health.
A yi . k ’ s P ills have been known for
more than a quarter of a century, anil have
obtained a world-wide reputation tor their
virtues. They correct diseased action in
tlie several assimilative organs of tl:e
body, and are so com posed that obstruc
tions within their range can rarely with
stand or evade them. Not only do they
cure tlie every-day complaints <»f every
body, but also formidable and dangerous
have hs.fi’cd the best of
W!.i’.w ilicy produce power
ful etEfcts. ♦!■.« . are, at tl»e same time, the
safest :uid best physic for children. By
uieir aperient anion tin v gri|»e much less-
than tlie common purgatives, and never
?ivc t»ain when tlie l»owel‘ are not iutiamed.-
1’hev n-aeli ihc vital fountains ot the blood,*
a:id strciigtlirn tlie system by freeing
from tin: elements of weakness.
Adapted to all ages and coiulitions it*
ail climates, containing neither calomel
nor anv deleterious drug, these Pill;» may
be taken with safety by anyiiody. Their
sugar-coating preserve* them ever fresh,
and makes them pleasant to take: while
being T tnireiv
no harm can arise
hum their use in anv quantity.
IN ORTH'S BUILDING.
Resolved, That we, the State Central Com
mittee of the Independent Greenback party,
Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall,
ata regular meeting held in the city of .Sa
lem on February 21, 1878, do hereby con
espectfully announces to
the public of Jacksonville and vicinity
THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW KEEP- stitute and designate the L abor W ori . i », a
that he was a scholar of Prof. Dr. Mosier,
I ing t he Soda Springs House and, having weekly (taper published in Portland, Ore
repaired and refitted 'he same, is now pre gon, as the official party organ for the State director of the University of Greifswalde,
pared to accommodate all that may favor of Oregon, am! recommend it favorably as Prussia, and Prof. Dr. Volkmann, ot the
him with a call. Prices to suit the hard times. an exponent of the principles of our party. University of Halle. During the Franco
Prussian war he was special assistant to
Until April 1st Clubs of 20 subscribers will the Doctor-in-chief Zuelzer and Ludwig ot
THE MARBLE BUSINESS
be sent post-paid for $'25.
Berlin and Breslau, Germany. Fractures MADAME HOLT.
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
Will still be a specialty. All orders in this
and external diseases, acute or chronic, most
MBM'RIBF. AT ONCE!
line promptly filled in the best manner and
carefully treated. Cupping,Leeching, Bleed
at reasonable rates.
ing and teeth extracted ai all hours.
Address as usual,
All kinds of birds stuffed and put up in milE MADAME TAKES THIS METHOD
J. H. RUSSELL, Ashland.
most natural shapes.
L of tendering her thanks to the public for
Jacksonville, Dee. 11, 1877.
the patronage which has hitherto been ex
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO , Lowell, Mass.,
tended to her, and would respectfully solicit
Pnvcticivl and Analvtical Chrwiint«.
SO1.D BY ALL DKLGGliil'S EVEK1WUEK1L
S. P. HANNA,
Her tables are always under her immedi
NEW STATE SALOON,
ate control ; ami by her long experience in
the business she feels confident that she w ill DANIEL F. BEATTY’S
JACKSONVILLE, - . OREGON. The Eureka Flouring Mills!
give entire satisfaction to all. Her beds and
ITUATED SEVEN MILES NORTH-
rooms are fitted up in the most comfortable
east of Jacksonville. Terms easy, and
style, suited to the accommodation of single
guaranteed in good running order. For
he undersigned have now on
occupants or families. Her beds are always
II. L. ÏVZ3B, - - PROPRIETOR.
? ATTV PIANO, Grand, Square-
hand the most complete and best stock further particulars apply at the mills.
kept clean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
LA I 1 I and Upright, and BEAT
of millinery goods ever brought to Jackson Persons having flour, shorts or bran nt
TY'S CELEBRATED GOLDEN TONGUE
ville, consiting of
the mill are requested to take them away on IN CRONEMILLER’S BUILDING, IS
PARLOR ORGANS are the sweetest toned
or before the 20th of June, 1878; and all per L in receipt of a full assortment of material
rpills POPULAR RESORT, UNDER THE
and most j»erfect instruments ever before
and prepared to do all work in his line on
I new management. is furnishing the best
manufactured in this or any other country.
late firm of McKenzie A Amy, will save short notice and in a workmanlike manner.
brands of liquors, winesand cigars. The
The world is challenged to equal them.
Vehicles of every description made to order.
reading table is supplied with Eastern peri Flowers, ribbons, laces, neckties, gloves, or note on or before the above-named date, Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaran
Best discounts and terms ever before given.
od: ■*;« a i l leading papers of the Coast. collars and cuffs, etc., etc., which we will as the books must be squared up.
COR. CALIFORNIA & 4th STS.
Rock Bottom panic prices now ready to job-
sell at low prices.
Civ tinea call.
II L. WEBB.
lw*rs, agents and the trade in general. An
Repairing a specialty.
April 19. 1878.
T. T. McKENZIE.
otter: These celebrated instrument« (either
8. P. HANNA.
Piano or Organ) boxed and shipped to any
THE CITY BREWERY
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE- where, on five or fifteen days’ test trial.
spectfully inform their friends and the Money refunded and freight p*aid both wavs
We have on hand a number of the cele
public generally that they have purchased if in any way unsatisfactory. Fully war
brated Howe Sewing Machines, which we
the above establishment, which will be ranted for six vesrs«« atrictlv first-class..
will sell cheap tor eash, or exchange for
henceforth conducted under their constant
^ ( : il U T Z.
UE UNDERSIGNED, IN ORDER TO personal supervision, and they guarantee EXTRAORDINARY LIBERAL discounts
MISSES I). A M.CARDWELL.
close partnership, offer for sale a farm satisfaction to all who may favor them with given to Churches, Schools. Ixxlges, Halls,
Ministers, Teachers, etc., in order to have
R. .s<. ih
of 320 acres, pleasantly situated on Rogue their patronage.
them introduced at once where 1 have no
t'orins ! he citizen.', ot Jacksonville and
surrounding country that lie is now manu THE FI. E YOUNG STALLION,
miles from Jacksonville. The plat» is most within convenient distance of the various agents. Thousands now in use. New Il
facturing, and will constantly keep on hand
ly rich bottom land, well watered, with an houses of public entertainment. Horses lustrated ADVERTISER, (Catalogue Edi
the very best of Iaiger Beer. Those wishing
extensive outside range lor horses, cattle or and mules will be boarded and eared for at tion), with list of testimonials, now ready,,
a cool gla-« > ■ i eei slioulu •_ ive me a call.
sheep. Will be sold on easy terms: One- moderate charges. They have one of the sent free. Established «n 1859.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
fourth down, the balance on*liberal credit. largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south of
Washington, New Jersey.*
I'he Stock, consisting of horses, cattle,sheep Portland, of
Settle Fp « n< Save Cott«.
and hogs, along with the farm implements,
T can make money faster at work for u*
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
hay, grain, etc., can be bought cheap, giving
rnilE UNDER.-l . M 1» II WING FLAP-!
J than at anything else. Capital not re
purchaser of the place preference if desired.
quired; we will start you. $12 per day, at
L »“<1 ¡heir no
an.» book accounts iu the
Will -■.< •.!
|(ly ..table f<>ur miles north
sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses
hands ot T. B. Kent, J. P., tor collection, i east of P‘.ii-o x the en-> ii ing season, (Wednes
and Mules, which will be hired to go to any home made by the industrious. Men, wo
men, boys and girls wanted everywhere to-
those knowing themselves indebted will do days and Finlay« excepted) commencing
part ot the country at moderate nites.
work for us. Now is the time, ( oktly out
well to call upon him iminediatelv and set- ' April 1st and ending July 1, 1878.
fit and terms free. Address True A Co.,
tie up and thereby save costs. \Ve must! Young Prince was sired by the well-known
saddle or harness.
have whaL is due us.
horse White Prince, owned* by W. C. Myer, GREAT SACRIFICE!
J. A. CARDWELL.
BEALL A OBENCHA1.N.
of Ashland, out of a Blackhawk mare. He
Jacksonville, May 8, 1878.
he undersigned hereby give
is a dark iron gray, has very fine action, is
notice to all those indebted to them,
remarkably pleasant in disposition, and will
IUA^TEDIN EVERYS e CTIONOF THE
either by note or book account, to come for
weigh about 1,4<K) pounds.
ward at once and settle their accounts before VOU CAN EASILY INCREASE YOUR 1» I nited States and Provinces to answer
Terms: Ten dollars, in U. 8. gold coin,
the 15th day of April next, or their accounts I salary bv devoting a very small por this advertisement.
for the season, to be paid at the end thereof.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED WANTS TO
BLACKSMITHING ! will be placed In the hands of an attorney tion of your leisure lime to my interest. I DANIEL F. UEAITY, Washington, N.J..
8. C. TAYLOR.
I trade lumber tor two or three good sol- i
for forced collection. We mean business, as do not expect you to canvass for my cele
id work-horses. Also for a set of harness. DVQT b’18inew* y°n
brated Beatty's Pianos anu Organs ’ unless pAINTS,( patent or other) Oils, Varnfahea,,
our books MUST be closed.
engage in. $5
Would give someone a good contract to de -L) UO 1 to $20 per day made bv workers
•you see fit to: but the service 1 require of von 1 Shellac, Window Glass, Emerv-, Borax,,
FISHER A CARO.
liver saw-logs at the Big Butte Creek (Suth of either sex, right in their own‘localities.
S ALLOUK MERCHANTS ARESELL-
P. 8.—I will offer for sale all mv house Is both pleasant and profitable. Full partic etc., for sale in endless quantities by
erland) saw-mill. Address me at Browns- , Particulars and samples worth $5 free. Im
___ ________ JOHN MILLER.
ing out at cost and freight, I am ready hold and kitchen furniture and a first-dans ulars free.
borough, or call at the twill.
to do blacksmithing at cost and freight, but
prove your spare time at this business. Ad
piano. All those w ishing a bargain will do DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, N.J. HORSE, Paint, Sash, Scrubbing and Black
WM. H. PARKER.
must have the cash when the work Ts com well to give me a call.
dress S tinson A Co.. Portland, Maine.
ening Bru-sbes at JOHN MILLER.
pleted. Shop on the corner of California
OWDER—Giant, Blastingor gun powder,
IL, Whetstones, Tape ai d Chalk Lines
all kind«, and caps and fuse. fi>r sale in
O vol want protection? Bnv a Pistol or and Maiu streets.
F you want a No. 1 home-made Rifle or
for sale bv
for Mie at
JOHN MILLER. ‘
quantities to suit, by
J<»HN MILLER. 4 LL kinds of enminnition
Knife, or both, of JOIIN klLLKR.
first-class Shotgun go to J. MILLER.
THE PARKER CUN.
MONET AND WITHOUT PBICE !
FOR SALE OR RENT!
NEW MILLINERY STORE!
WAGON - MAKER,
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,