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OFFICE—On Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1879
HODGE, DAVIS & CO •»
TO THE FRONT AGAIN !¡
enough to accommodate a yard of ten to fifteen
acres. After laying in the store-room about
eight or ten days, so as to go through a sweat
A. C. JONES,
Consolidation of HODGE, SNELL A CO.,
IN PRICES AT
ing process, the hops are ready to be baled,
and T. A. DAVIS <t CO.,
attorney a counselor - at - law ,
which is done mostly by means of a hand-
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELHT,
press, pressed into bales weighing about 200
[»ounds, the bale being 4} long to 2} feet high
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
i by 1} feet in width. The system of binding
Office on 5th street, opposite Court House.
amount of laltor to answer each person sepa the bales with ropes or hop iron is entirely
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS,
92 & 94 FRONT STREET
rately, I l>eg permission for the privilege of done away with, the burlap being sufficiently
G. H. AIKEN. M. D.,
answering all questions asked through the me strong.
egs leave to call the atten - PORTLAND, OREGON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
As to the profits of the crop, I will say that
dium of your valuable paper. I shall endevvor
tion of the public to the tact that he has
acres of hope will always pay much better
will 1 >e a comprehensive description of the hop than fifty acres of wheat or any other product
I1TE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Harps and Strings for the Same,
plant, its mode of cultivation, harvesting, dry known in agriculture where it is necessary to
Office— On California street, opposite Union
»V a complete stock of
i exjiort the product. I have grown on four
ing, baling, etc.
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Soaps and
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Most of your readers are undoubtedly aware acres of land this year eight thousand pounds
P. JACK. M D..
that the hop is used in brewing and preserving of hops and have been offered 25 cents per
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
LADIES' FANCY GOODS PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES ami flavoring malt-liquors; the part of the hop tli. at the depot in Eugene, but refused it and
HEAD HIS CASH PRICES.
NEEDLES AND BEST SPERM OIL FOR
being used is commonly known as “lupiliue,” ' since that time the market has advanced to
OE EVERY VARIETY,
yellow, glutinous substance which envelopes 40 cents in New York, which would bring ns,
Tr’sh Poplin, per yard............................ $1.50
Eate of Glassrow, Scotland. Office at Geo. Black Alpaca “ “ .....
the seed. The land best adopted for a prolific after deducting exjierises, 30 Cents; and then
Melange, per yard...................................... 25c
growth of hops is river bottom land with a ' deducting 6A cents for expenses of growing,
Double width dress goods, per yard.... 37/ic
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
sandy loam soil, in a location that will furnish j packing etc., we had netted over 20 cents per tt>.
Unbleacheil Muslin, per yd...... 10c upward
e has sold out his stock of
MARTIN VROOMAN. M. D.,
good shelter from heavy winds, but not so as to ! for ho|is this year above expenses. It is true
Bleached Muslin, per yd............. 10c
American Sewing Machines a number
of times, but has another lot of them on Groceries, Tobaccos, <fcc., tec
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ladie’s Hose, 8 pair for........... $1.00
obscure the sun, as the hop requires all the we do not always get such good prices; but in
Kid Gloves, per pair................... 75c
hand. This is the lightest and most rapid
sunlight it can possibly obtain so as to ripen I the past five years I have averaged 15 cents
Felt Skirts................................. 81.00
WHICH HE IS SELLING
running, as well as durable, machine there
’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND, the hops when on the vines. The deeper and ' per tt>. for hops, which I think is much better
Children’s corset waists........... $1.00
is made, and so simple that little girls five
Embroid. Table Covers............. $2.50
six years old make their patch work on
richer tlie soil the better. No rule can be giv than any other product could have paid me.
Office in Orth’s building and at the City I acos 8c.. Embroideries pr yd...121^
en for tiie length of timeduring which hops can The next question that would arise js there
Drugstore; residence on California street. Sleeve and Neck Ruching......... 25c
clocks and jewelry, and he will sell cheap
l>e successfully grown upon the same soil, for not danger of overdoing this thing of hop
goods cheaper than any one.
DR. L. DANFORTH.
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
the durability of the hop plant is very great growing. I will say there is no danger of the
Ladies setts from $2.50 up to $25.00, and
MENS’ AND BOYS’ SHIRTS,
machines cleaned and repaired ata reduced
when growing ujion congenial soil with careful hop product from the Pacific Coast exerting
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
A full assortment from the finest to the
The longevity of the hop root is any great influence on the market, as only one-
NEW DRUG STOKE, JACKSONVILLE.
Side Agents for Oregon for the cele
Suits for.................................... $12.00 upward
as yards iu England have tenth of the ho(>8 grown in the United States
brated CARBOLIC S1IEEP DIP, which
Hats, each............................... 1.00
MILLINERY STORE! es ever brought to the market and Watches ami is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and been known to yield crops without living re come from the Pacific Coast.
Office on California street, opposite P. J. Boys’ Hats............................... 1.00
There is another thing in favor of growers
planted for three hundred years; indeed, it is
Ryan’s store. Calls promptly attended Blanket-lined Duck Coats.... 5.00
and Jewelry of every description.
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
Boots and Shoes sold at the lowest prices,
in Oregon, where we have such facilities in
to, day or night.
CA LIF()RNIA STREET,
and everything else in proportion for cash.
GEO. W. ELLIOTT.
hop roots will last. It is sufficient to know getting poles and lumber cheap. In New
NEW LIVERY STABLE, the
A full assortment of Groceries, Tobacco,
J. W. ROBINSON. M. D.,
once planted the roots will do service for York State poles cost 20 cents per pole, while
Cigars, Pipes, Combs, Purses, Cutlery and
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Holiday Presents.
a lifetime. Before setting the roots the ground the same can lie had in Oregon for four cents a
BACK OF COURT HOUSE,
should lie plowed three times and harrowed , pole; in fact the cost of starting a hop yard in
down smooth, when either by furrowing or New York State would cost altogether, land
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAS NOW ON
MANNING & WEBB, Proprietors. with a marked line, the hills should be marked and everything included, about $270, per
Office in Masonic Building, next door to
1 hand the most complete and best stock
/«“GIVE ME A CALL.-tì^
Kreuzer’s Bakery, Oregon street. Resi
out eight feet apart each way, this to be done ■ acre, while in Oregon, it would not cost over
of millinery goods ever brought to Jackson
dence at B. F. Dowell’s.
ville, consisting of
as straight and even as possible, (some $75, per acre. More than that, the hop crop .
aving lately fitted up the of our growers go to the trouble of surveying in Oregon is a sure crop, while in the Eastern
E. H. AUTENRIETH.
commodious barn on the School House the lines or the rows with a compass in order i States it is very uncertain.
and in the rear of the Court House, we
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
fully prepared to attend to all bus to get them perfectly straight;) then plant the
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
J. H. B rown ,
iness in our line with promptness and dis slips or roots as they are commonly called so
sold at the lowest prices.
patch and at the most reasonable rates. that four inches of soil will be above the top
Secretary Hop-Grower*; Association.
Sewing Machines fcr Sale.
HATS OF ALL STYLES,
Will practice in all the Courts of the State. JACKSONVILLE,
FLAMMEL HEARD FROM.
Prompt attention given to all business left
I have also on band a number of the cele RIBBONS,
thereof two inches apart and the lower end
in my care.
brated New Wilson, White and Howe Sew
Office in Orth’s Brick Building—upstairs.
mals and most substantial liuggies ; also a of the root six inches apart, planting two roots THE RASCAL DORS SAN FRANCISCO AND IS CAUGHT.
ing Machines, which I will sell cheap foi
first-class hack and saddle-horse.
to the hill, each having an average length of
Horses boarded, and the best care be about six inches and weighing aliout two pounds
MRS. I. W. BERRY.
stowed on them.
Flanunel, the swindler who robbed L. Sting-
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment
Satisfaction guaranteed in every instance. to the one hundred roots. There being 6S0 I er at Canyouville and afterwards other parties
AITORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
of furniture, consisting of
AND CUFFS, Give us a trial and judge for yourselves.
hills to the acre at eight feetapart, it will take
i on Coos Bay, has again been heard from. After
MANNING A WEBB.
1,360 roots to the acre. The sexes of the hop
Jacksonville, June 1, 1879.
securing the mule and $80 from the man to
plant not being united in the same plant it is
Will practice in all the Courts of the State
whom he had l>een recommended by G. Mehl,
ORNAMENTS, SILKS, LACES,
necessary to plant both male and female hop
Prompt attention given to all business en
Flatnmel went in the direction of Crescen^"
trusted to mv care.
plants or roots. This mixing of the sexes of
When about half way between Q
/«* Office opposite Court House.
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
the hop plant must not lie neglected, as it place ami Empire city, Flanunel sóld the /
Call and see them at the building former LIVEHY, FEED & SALE STABLE, makes all the difference in the quality and to an innocent party, and embarked on a < J?
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
JAMES S. HOWARD.
ly oi'cupied by I»r. Robinson on California
yield of the hops, for experiments have been iiouiid for San Francisco. Arrived there”
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUU’S, rpiITS WELL-KNOWN MARKET, OP- street.
U. 8. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
made that have proven conclusively that the
MAIN STREET, LINEVILLE, OREGON'.
1 posite Kahler A Bro.’s drug-store, is
had some cards printed and represented hii.
yield or weight of the hops alone is increased self as a partner of Veit Schutz, of Jackson
better prepared than ever to furnish the
public with the choicest quality of
at least 30 per cent, by mixing the male plant
Also Doors, Sash and Blinds always on
J. N. T. Miller & l C o .. Prop'rs. with that of the female. We usually plant ville. Schutz is one of the “muIJoons” of
Josephine and Curry counties, Oregon. hand ami made to order. Planing done on Fresh Beef,
Jackson county, and in San Francisco he has
">ffi«ial surveys made and patents obtained reasonable terms. /«“Undertaking a spe
two male plants to one hundred female plants, . fine credit. Flanunel, therefore, had easy
, reasonable rates. Full copies of Mining cialty.
IS MASI I ACTI HING
so arranged as to be interspersed among the sailing, and hobnobbed with the merchants
jiws and Decisions at my office in Jack
aving recently fitted up an
and never to be planted in the same hill and wholesale dealers. Had he been content
entirely new and commodious barn and
Oity Drug* Store,
with that of the female, but in separate hills with this there is no telling where bis rascality
corral, we are now fully prepared to attend
J. A. (HANTAIX. M. I»..
to all business in our line.
w ith good cedar stakes so that they may al j would have ended; but he thought the partner
Sausage. Lard, Etc.
Plenty of grain, grain hay and flour
ways be known in case an increase of acreage of Schutz should wear a fine gold watch, and
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
kept constantly on hand and for sale
The most favorable inducements offered I
be desired so that there shall nut be accordingly he went to a jeweler, who was ac
to patrons, and no effort will be spared
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citi
a proportionate number of male quainted with the Jacksonville man, and told
toward giving general satisfaction.
^jjj^Satisfaction guaranteed. Give us a
zens of Phoenix, Ashland and surrounding Kahler <fc Bro., Proprietors.
plants set out.
J. N. T. MILLER & CO.
vicinity that he has permanently located
him that Schutz desired the jeweler to eend
on Wagner creek, three miles south of
There are many varieties known to us; but him a fine gold watch. The jeweler was will,
the former place, for the practice of his
after much experimenting in Laue county the ing to do this, but wanted to know what kind
Of the Best Native Wool, HOLMAN'S LIVER PAD. variety altogether used by the principal growers of movement Schutz desired the watch to
'j^Calls promptly attended at all hours,
t V the largest and most complete assort
is the “Morning Dewdrop,” which is a hardy contain. Flainmel wanted an extra fine
day or night.
I n M asonic B uilding ,
\ND DISPOSING OF THEM AT—
A SERE CURE FOR
and prolific variety, yielding as much as two
watch, and when the question came as to the
thousand pounds per acre, having myself
THE MOST REASONABLE RATES. l?<‘vcr and jVg-iie
movement of the same he hesitated—and was
Oregon Street, Jacksonville.
grown as much as 2,500 pounds per acre from
, lost. He thought he would go out and make
Jacksonville Granir No. 88, P. of II.,
AND ALL DISORDERS OF
' some inquiries as to the best movement p^rsi-
Holds its regular meetings every two weeks
The best time for’plantiug is from November
ble in a watch in order that he might secure
at the residence of J. N. T. Miller,
rnilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING l’UR- '/ receive prompt attention. GIVE OUR
The Stomach and Liver. to March, and by keeping the plants clean the liest, and while he was absent the jeweler
C. MINGUS, Master.
L chased Win. Kreuzer’s interest in this GOODS A TRIAL.
from weeds and good cultivation with a horse
A nnie M iller , Secretary.
establishment, desire to announce to the
telegraphed to Jacksonville. The mi .»».
a crop can be raised the first year.
public that they are now prepared to till all
came back at once that Flaminel was an im
Oregon Chapter No. I, R. A. M.,
for cakes of every description, such
We hse for cultivating the crop a light 10-inch
And a great variety of PERFUMES and orders
postor, and when Flaminel returned to the
Holds its regular meetings monthly on I T(>1 LET A RTICLES, including the best and
82 00 plow and a light one-horse cultivator to keep jewelry store there was an officer ready to
Tuesday evenings of or preceding each full 1 cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER cakes ; also brown and rye bread, ginger
snaps and crackers. Take orders on ex
3 IMI , the weeds down and to loosen the soil—the
moon, at 754 o’clock. Companions in good FUMED SOAPS in this market.
Prices reasonable and satisfaction
1 50 same cultivation given t-o corn resembling the arrest him, and he was taken into custody.
«landing are invited.
Z«" Prescriptions carefully compounded. change.
Flainmel is now iu jail in San Francisco and
J. E. ROSS, High Priest.
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
It is also our intention to keep a first-class
C1OR PAMPHLETS, PARTICULARS ' cultivation given to hops. The first year one will undoubtedly go in time to San Quentin.
M ax M uller , Secretary.
Carry in;; the I'. N. Mail.
lunch-house, at which the best of everything
F ami testimonials semi to or call on
I pole to the hill will be sufficient; but after
The rascal deserves warmer quarters.—[Inde-
in the line will be served at all hours.
¡ that two poles to the hill must lie used, each
Sole Agent tor Siskiyou County. ■ 20 feet in length, tajiered at the butt end so as |>eiidfiit.
GROB’ A ULRICH.
1 to tit in the hole near the hill made with an
T hf . total production of precious metals
auger that is used (by us) forthat purjsise. As during the year 1879 is as follows: California_
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS 1 j every day in the week, excepting Sun
soon as the shoots or vines area foot long they gold, 817,000,000; silver, $2,400,000. Nevada
days, and connects with the mail lor Lake
should be tied to the poles. For the first year -gold, $9,000.000; silver, $13,590,000. Colora
C ali forni a Sr 11 r et ,
IN ORTH’S BUILDING.
. it is advisable to tie all the shoots that come do—gold, $3,225,000; silver, $11,700. Utah—
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES
Superior Accommodations for Passengers I ted seven miles northeast of Jackson
S. 1». JOS EN,
| up; but after that two to three bines are as gold, $.575,000, silver, $6,2.50,000. Montana_
Who will be carried to any point on the ville, are now prepared to do a
I much as can be used, making from four to six gold, $2,500,000, silver, $2,225,000. Arizona
road at reasonable rates.
bines to the hill. The bines must be tied with —gold, $800.000; silver, $3.550,000. Dakota
the public of Jacksonville and vicinity i
school will commence about the end of
A General Express Business
that he was a scholar of Prof. Dr. Mosier,
that has been unraveled, such as -gold, $2,420,000; silver, $10,000. Idaho—
Thirtv-six pounds of flour, two pound*
director of the University of Greifswalde, August, and is divided in four sessions,
Transacted. All orders promptly attended of slioris and eight pounds of bran given yarn from an old stocking or hemp from an old gold, $1,200,000; silver, $6.50,000. Oregon-
Prussia, and Prof. Dr. Volkmann, ot the of eleven weeks each.
per bushel of good wheat. Flour sacked gunny sack, so that it is elastic and will not gold, $1,1.50,000; silver, $20,000. New Mexico
to and satisfaction guaranteed.
University ot Halle. During the Franco- Board and tuition, per term,..........
and branded, customers furnishing sacks.
H. F. PHILLIPS.
Prussian war he was sjieeial assistant to Bed and Bedding..............................
prevent the growth of the vine, as it expands -gold, $125,000; silver, $600,000. Michigan
Satisfaction guaranteed in all inst-mees.
Ashland, June 1, 1879.
the Doctor-in-chief Zuelzer and Ludwig ot Drawing and painting.....................
the size of a man's finger and grows to the -silver, $780,000. Other domestic sou ro es -
Berlin and Breslau, Germany. Fractures Piano,.................................................
Eureka Mills, Sept. 16, 1878.
\V. F. OWEN'S.
and external diseasos, acute or chronic, most Entrance fee, only once,................
length of 20 to 30 feet. The work of tying gold, $305,000; silver, $67, (KM). Grand total
carefully treated. Cupping,Leeching, Bleed
SELECT DAY SCHOOL
the vines can be done by women or children, for the United States ami Territori«s—'¿old—
ing and teeth extracted at all hours.
THE CITY BREWERY ¡ exercising care so as to not break off the tips $38,900,000; silver, $40,812,(KM).
All kinds of birds stuffed and put up in Junior,
mast natural shajies.
of the shoots and rememliering that the vine
G irls .—There are society girl« and home
Jacksonville, Dec. 11, 1877.
will grow only one way around the jsile, viz:
Pupils are received at any time, and spe
One the kind that appear« bust abroad
cial attention is paid to particular studies in
The course indicated by the sun, always plac
that are good for parties, visit«,
ing the vine or the shoot on the north side of
time. For further particulars apply at the
whose chief delight is'Sp such
the poles. Every operation demanded by the
other the kind that appeals best
R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY TN season should be performed in due time. The
McDAMELA NOLAND. I’ltOI'IlHTOIiS
forms the citizens of Jacksonville an
at home—the girl« that are cheerful and use
rTLL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION
of the crop is done in September, usu-
surrounding country that he is now manu
to forwarding goods consigned to their facturing, and will constantly keep on hand i ally starting about the 10th or the 15th of the ful in the dining-room and the precincts o^
care. Freight money advanced. Commis the very best of Liger Beer. Those wishing
home. They differ widely in character. One
month, picked by men, women, children’ In
sions reasonable. All business in this line a cool glass ot beer should give me a call.
Cor. California and Oregon Sts., Jacksonville
frequently a torment at home; the other is a
shall receive our prompt attention.
AT THE MEADOWS,
dians anil Uliinainen, in Imxes holding seven
blessing. One is a moth, consuming every
/«“ All consignments to our care should
an<l one-half bushels, ata cost of 37 J cents thing aliout her; the other is a sunbeam, in
be marked G. B. A., Roseburg, Oregon.
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
S NOW FULLY PREPARED TO FUfi
per box, or 3} to 4 cents per Iti. when dried. spiring life and gladness all along the pathway.
nish the market with every description
drying is done in houses called dry Now it does not necessarily follow that there
of lumber of a superior quality. This mill
kilns made usually 16x16 or 20x20 feet, with shall be two classes of girls. The right modi
is new throughout and furnished with the
improved . machinery.
latest and most nnproveu
inacmm»«.,, THROUGH TICKETS, 12} C ents .
slats one andahalf in. apart about 13feet from fication would modify them both a little and
aving taken the agency of Crockery, Glassware. Etc.
thereby ensuring the speedy fulfillment of
the ground, forming the floor over which a unite their characters in one.
R. Brackenridge's Marble Works ot
ail orders at most reasonable prices. Bills t
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Roseburg,
well known throughout the
! cloth, spread over the slats. (We use thin fac
eawed to order with dispatch.
State for the superiority of t heir work, I will I HAVE A VERY GOOD ASSORTMENT tory. the same as is generally used in house lin
Give me a trial and I will prove what pHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CI-
T he C knsts .—The formation of supervisors’
gars constantly on hand. The reading
receive any orders in this line.
1 of the above goods, which I will sell
I savi for satisfaction is
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
ing, the thinner the better.) There must be a districts under the provisions of the oensus act
cheap. Please call.
cals and leading papers of the Coast.
Monuments a Specialty.
ventilation at the top of the house, in the roof; of March, 3, 1879, has been completed by Sa*
Thble Rock, August 26, 1879.
) EPAIRS WATCHES, CLOCKS AND Those desiring to see designs and ascertain
the room or kiln has & furnace which, in dry perintendent Walker, except in regard to the
V Jewelry in the very i>est manner. All pricescan do so by calling upon or address
ing, must be kept up to an even temperature States of Massachusetts and California. The
WILL. JACKSON, Dentist,
work promptly done at the lowest rates.
ing me at Ashland.
rilHE FARM KNOWN AS THE AM- of about 140 degrees until the hops are nearly apiMiintinents of su|>ervisor8 must he made in
^.-^Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
1 merman pfiu-e, situated one mile south dry; then the heat may lie slackened until per each instance by selection from applicante re-
G EX ERAL BLACKSMITH
of Phœnix and containing 320 acres, all fectly cured. A storing room must be attached siding within the boundaries of the respective
under good fence and mostly tillable land,
including also a tine orchard of young to the kiln to receive the hops after being dried. districts. These officers will practically con
A NUMBER OF DESIRABLE TOWN
of every description and in bearipg A twenty-foot kiln will dry aliout 280 bushels trol the thousands of local appointments nnooa
A lots in Klippel’aaddition to Jackson
Persons desiring to purchase good farms condition. It is also a stage station. For or 400 tits, of dried hops in 12 hours, and one sary for the work of taking the oensua, and are
ville will be sold on reasonable terms. For
further nartienhirs applv to
of any size will do well to enquire of
4 LL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN further particulars enquire of
buck kiln with a storing room 20x40 is large to lie filled by the 1st of January.
MRS. W. S. STONE, Yreka, Cal.
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon.
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
E. C. BROOKS,
A CHAPTER ON HOP GROWING.
NEW STOCK S GOODS
J. S. HOWARD’S!
GEO. W. ELLIOTT
Sheet-Music, Violins, Citherns,
GENTS’ tini BOYS’ HATS and CLOTHING
At Prices that Defy Competition.
Which will be sold at Lowest Rates.
THE NEW MILLINERY STORE.
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS,
Gentlemens5 and Ladies’ Handkercbiefs.
WOOLEN MANFACTURING CO.
CITY BAKERY AND SALOON
Riming Between Aslilanil and LiukTille.
OWENS & PLYMALE,
CRITERION BILLIARD SALOON,
ROSEBORO MARBLE WORKS.
FARM FOR SALE.
LOTS FOR SALE.