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ADVERTISING AMD JOB
i*a^jpi|pd every Friday morning by
(MTn ill RNWfTOa.
On Oregon Strret,
■atea of •■hmrl.li.a i
Ono eopy, par annum..............................Sil INI
MB mouth»,. ....................... 2.0t>
throe month», ......................... l.OII
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1882
Alivertiaementa will be in tarth d ta tbo
T imks at the following rate«:
Teu line«, one inaerttuo.
each «ulmerjmmt one .' :'''’T3I
la>g«l adrertMcmenU inserted ronaooably
A fair reduction from the above rat«»
mail« to yoarlv and time ad vertiam.
The Tniiai'Jvl> OSoe is mero
by far than sny oth«r in Souther« Oregon.
■ nd conipsrea favorably with any m the
State. Job Pirating of every imaginable
deacri|ition done at Hau Franoeoo ratoa, and
in a prompt anil firet-elaa* manner.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
DRUGS, MEDICINE. ETC.
THE LL'XTEN SEASUN
MILLEITS € HIXES E BILL.
R ock P oint , March 1, 1882.
This season is universally olr
The following is the text of the
To the E ihtok of the T imes :
nerved by the memlters of the bill to restrict <
As quite a number of citizens of Episcopal and Gatholic Churches, introduced by
-TO GET YWCK—
river valley hnve requested and the Catholic Archbishop at California:
information on transplanting fruit San Fianci.s'o, Jos. 8. Alemany,
S kc . L That the coming into, ar
Architects, Builders <fc Gen trees, l>y your jiermissiou 1 advance has issued the following rules of resideuce in the United States of
INIOW'L WIMER BriOS.,Props.<
a few ideas through your valuuble oltservance for the Catholic denom Chinee« laborers, except as herein
|iuper. I cannot attempt to give ination:
----- DEALERS IN------
after provided, is hereby declared
— DONE IS -
full directions on all ¡Miints con
1. All the week days of Lent, to be unlawful, and is suspended
with tree-planting, but a from Ash Wednesday (February for the ¡teriod of 25 years from and
few simple hints oil the more im 22 > till Easter Sunday are fnst days after tlw passage of this act
OLD BOURBON WHISKY,
of precept, on one meal, with the
S hc . z Chinese subjects, whether
Transplanting is to l>e considered • allowance of a moderate collation. proceeding to the United States aa
— AND AT -
the following Leads, viz:
2. The precept of fasting im totichers, studeata, merchants «v
THE WlEF.UlXTION OF THE SOIL
plies also that of abstinence from from curiosity, together with tbair
BORING, For fruit trees tho soil should be i the use of flesh meat But, by Imdy and household servants and
I Turning and Mouldii ^ot every de dry or made so by draining, ns
dis]>ensation, the use of flesh moat Chinese laborers who were resid
acriptiop done to order.
stagnaut moisture is sure death. is allowed in this diocese during ing in the United States on the
The entire Finlabing Material of build
TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS & BRACES,
of every id««» ready to go up or 1 lie soil should be plowed or pul- Lent except
days, 17th day of November, 1880, and
readv for raviipancv fbrntxhed, if desired ., veriz*xl fifteen or Uenty inches
BIRDSEY S, ing«
The Wednesdays and Fii- Chinese who hare eome into the
GLASS, Pt TTY,
Kwion and ( doep. If the soil is rwh no manure days,
the Thurs Lui tod States between the 20th of
L is needed; but if ¡>oor, apply plenty days and Saturdays of Holy Week, November, 1880, and the paaaagn
oaMM>il4ing»,wlth apee- of well-rotti'd manure to ensure a
and the Eve of the Feast of St of this act, slialj, upon being iden
billa of matarud, ftytiMhod
good growth. The soil should be Joseph; on whit h days there is no tifier! as hereinafter provided, be
Sua II y procur-
Lamps Ac Chimneys.
J. S. HIGINBOTHAM, j I on
ing i»«to oonatrui't ¿lie *ime.
in as good condition as for a crop leave to use flesh meat, except by allowed to go and come of their
i Picture I. <iue«, window corniee, man , of potatoes.
PÜ22 WIITES & LIQUORS TOE I
dispensation from the respective own free will and rux'ordingly shall
felo, walnaeotlng. winding or atraight
riiErAIlATION OF TREES.
■ Maircara« with rail» fitted, a «peclahy.
|WLst*>rH, which they ore hereby au be accorded all rights, privileges,
Particular attention ¡«id to Undertak- This is a very important Operation, thorized to grant in case of neces immunities and exemptions which
Oregon. XW- Door«, a*t»h, moulding, etc., kept as fMirtions of tlie roots are de sity. All Saturdays are also days of are accorded to citizens and sub
I ND EV Eft lYTHINGTo DR FOUND
stroyed on lieing mnoved from alrstinence, but Rot of obligation. jects of the most favored nationa.
I 'onsiunily oil band.
/Y in a Werl appointed
drwg •tore. All
Bu-lneea corrowpondeme promptly at the nursery. Cut off ull broken or
good* selevied with care and warranted
The Holy Seip/restrictd the use of
S bo . 3. That the Chinese labor
as repreaenied. We offer the above lino
i t Avwn HterrEDTHE shop for .
bruis«'d ends of the roots. If the flesh meat to one tuwil on the day ers descrilied in the preceding
Ollie i and ware-room» at factory.
11 iiHWly auaupioii bv Jaoob M«y«r, tn
trees are yearlings, ent tho top in which ubstinence is disjieneed, soctioii, who sliall depart from the
DALEY À t'O.
re»r of P. IfoimgiMi'» bUckmiiitbxu«». 1
about the Light yon desire the fu except for those employed in heavy United States after the passage of
take thl» inráirn of inforni I ii 4 the public I
ture top to branch out; ent off all lai air, or too sick to abstain, those this act, shall not be permitted to
In Southern Oregon. Term», milt or on
ALLKIXMOr «MUÍ Í
side branches. If two or more also who are under 21, or too old return and resume their residence,
Eagle Sample Rooms, special Prescription«
aerili ateiy *t*>m¡K»Und*
years old, cut off side branches to to fast, ami on Sunday for alL
•unless before their departure they
ed at all hours.
n melino in flrst-rl»««-tvlo ani! it priemt
within two or three limlis of last
E. K. W1M EK, l>ru'4gists 'n» »«»ti Um liiiiM. Vulik-Ie« nt all Kind«
3. The promiscuous us« of fish shall have been duly registered at
iiivle to order. Repairing » apecialty.
year's growth. If they have lieen and flesh at the same meal is for a custom house in the United
4«. .ivo Hinn I rial. hialiafarti<>n guar
or injured much by ex- bid, leu in I*eut, even on Sundays. States, and shall produce to the col
.1. S HKilNIioTIlAM.
HODGE, DAVIS & CO,
jiosure, the pruning must 1»« closer
J.u kMHiville, July ¡is, |SK1.
4. It should lie carefully ob- lector of the district in which they
than if in good ’order. Dig the servoil that, occonling to tin answer shall seek to re-enter the certificates
CnramHliU ion of HO! w ; !•'. SNELL A CO.,
holes large eamigh to admit all the of the Sax rod Congregation of the <>f registration and consular certifi
and T. A. DA V Li X < U.
roots spread out in their natural Holy Office, to the Biniiops of cates, us hereinafter provided; and
ptisitious. Eet one ix-rson hold England in 1860, and to th« Bish- sucli Cliiueee lnlxirers, who may
the tree in jmsition and another cq»s of Ireland in 1877, the Holy have departed from the United
shovel in the earth carefully, put See lias never consente«! to have States prior to the passage ot thin
92 * 91 FRONT ST.
ting the finest and best from tile introduced the use of milk, butter, act, and any Chinese of the other
surface among the root**. After and still less, of cheese, at the eve (xtiTuitled classes described in the
the roots are covered, pour in a, ning collation on fast days. But, second section of this act, shall as
pail of w ater to settle the dirt thor owing to the peculiar condition of a condition of entry produce to the
oughly among the roots and fill up I the faithful in this Province, the collector of the district in which
ÌVK KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI i ( 1 ASTINGS OF ANY SIZE AND IRON L. S. P. MARSH. Prop’r.
the hole with loose earth. Throw 1 Holy See has kindly consented to they seek t< > enter the permission
if a complete «lock of
work ol .very iles..-ri;>ii<>n neatly »ini
and a foot beyond where | tolerate in it the use of milk, but of the Chineae governmant and a
I>!• >ni ;»Uv ONWUteil-
the r<»its extend course manure, or i ter and cheere in a small tiuantity, consular certificate hereinafter pro*
Griei. Quart* an4 R aw Mill», Ria-
A. C. STANLEY. M. D„
tionary and Portable Enginos, inailo to A LT* KINDROF PLANING,MOULD. litter to the depth of five or six!
eggs, however, excepted. But per videil.
,\ ing, Turning, Cinmlar and Scroll
Proprietor. PERFI MERY ami TO1IJET ARTK'LF.s order «ml warranted.
inches. This is particularly neces-! sons not bound to fnst are not sub
PHYSICIAN AND SU RO RON . L T. F02DES,
HH’NDHY—On» block -outh of the Sawing,
S ec . 4. The secretary of th
nepot. lliwbarg, Oregon.
FUBNTTl'ItE*OKNAMFNTAU'ARV- sary, as ii prevents the ground1 ject to the above restrictions, nor treasury is hereby invested wit)»
Tokio Roak. Or»-on
from liking or cracking and main- to abstinence from eggs.
ING, W, DO.NET IVKDEK.
authority to carry into full effect the
mi!E BAB WILL ALWAYS BE REUT
moisture and nn erencr tem-
5. The use of lard or other fat fonvgoiug ]>rovi»i<nia; and for this
»upplit«! will» tho rhoMMitt bmnd« Glassware. Window Glass.
Furniture, Sa«h, Blnwl». Henr« «ivi i jiernture about the roots.
Allow condiment is allowed in Lent and purpose be shall forthwith cawe to
I «»f wines, ]i«|it<»r« and cigar*, while the
MonMntg eooMtnntly mi band awl niaite
, leading phjmm - m of the f’n»«t and the illn«-
grow i throughout lite year, excepting Asli lie prepared and kept at the custom
PAINTS. OILS A.'JD
träte*! pi««» ii ay lie fomvl on the i
Dear the trees. Keep the trunk ; Wednesday, Entlier-days through lt< >us«s of the United States proper
. ing-trtbl*. An elegant billiard-table from
r-er I » in iiMitract to deign and erect bhade<l against borers.
Apple trees out the year, the Eve of the Annun Imoks in such fonn as he shall pre
Brunswick, Bn Ike a V (’<».’« manufactory
ill kind»« of built!ing«. When
r'•»le ----- ........... — ... "rs. "(her
fruit ciation, the last four days of Holy scribe for the registration of the
more space tltuu other fruit
T. B. Higinbotham. Prcp'r. ............ c,„pinyins mo, twill furnUh require
OFFICE—At residence nn Caìifomi» Street ! ha« lately l»een added tn the «ahnm.
A friendly mil from the public i« «nlir-
Weak, and the Eves of l’entecost, Chinese who shall be entitled an
J. T. FORBES.
strihjtk»n vi •tiy buMdimf« re*«Iv for
O. H. AIKEN. M. D„
closer on poor timn rich soil. Th'> of the Assumption, of All Saints il er the provisions of this act to the
'HUR SURSf’RIW:« TAKES FLEAS
(iiuiuber required to plant an ucro| and of -4'hriHtHtta; nn«l on Good privilege of entering and residing
LUBRICATING^ 011/8, ITC. et < .
PHYSICIAN A N I» S U R G F O N
I lire in ’MVtUjiin^Witf
15 f«s-t apart each wav is 200; 16 Friday eggs and all' lactiferous in the Cnited States. Such book#
I'.a-jle r->iut and miii mu ling corniti’,
that he has «»i««n*‘d a wagon ahnt» Mid i«
ct apart. ltll>; H
qurL 13 '. su!>stances uro forbidden through shall contain the name of every
now pfr¡Etrod t<> <!«* all work in hi« line
2«• feet apart, 110; 25 feet, 70; 30: out tho day.
Offioa—<»n California »tract, opposite Un (’or. California A Oregon Sfa», Jacksonville
Chinese registered ami his proper
pr<»ni|*tlv an«! hi the KI-iST STYLE, at
ían fai vary Sial da.
r«’5iM.n:iblc rate«. A fair xhare of thv
6. Some prayers, nt option, are signature; his ¡dace of birth, giving
public p i: i*onage ix Molicited.
HENRY PAPE. Engineer.
recommended during Lenh partic town or distrui; date of birth; place
/rfr s.n » Mart inn guaranteed :
P. JACK. M. D..
som«» posts to contend! ularly on those days in which flesh of residence before coming to the
T. K. HIGINBOH II \M
with here in our orchards. The! meat is used.
PHYSICIAN AMDS U It GEON
United States; place of residence
THBOUGH TICKETS, 12j C ents
most common is tho borer, which
the United States; names and
A|»1»l«*vi»te. O p ?(« n .
is more apt to attack trees the tho ¡instors are requested to lay residence of his parents; date and
Ijite of Glasgow, Scotland. Office and pHOICK WINES, LIQUORS AND CL
Keep’-constanti y °u haliti a lull a«Morl* first year after planting than after.! lieforethe faithful the impirtance I ilace of arrival in the U nited States f
drur-Klore on the Drake farm.
iiiMfi nt furniture, coii.Histing wf
We can prevent them by forcing of Christian modification, and also employment or business; high»,
gar» constantly nn hand. The read
ing tabic i« also «upplie«! with Eastern
trees into a rapid growth until | the grievous obligation of comply weight and physical marks or pe
J. W. ROBINSON. M D..
l>cri«Mb-.*als and leading paper»« of the
lute Summer, or by keeping the ing with their Easter duty, which culiarities by which he may be
BUREAUS. taih . iw .
trunks of the trees shadeil during may lie fulfilled from the first identified. Every applicant for reg
and Stage House
iN cKONENIILLFirs BUILDING, I>
the growing season. Incase they Sunday of Lent; they will frequent istration shall make oath to the
'should get into the tree they should ly and earnestly impress npon facts stated in this registry, which
Criterion Billiard Saloon
, r.al and prepared to do all work in his
OFFICN—In Mr». Ganu"g’« building,
lime <>n n I hii L notice mih ! in a workman- ■
be cut out or probed to death with i their resp.sctive lin ks the necessity oath shall be recorded in the boob-
('•lie promptly •ttende.l tn, dev and
like maun» r. Vehicle« of every «Irserip-
. a wire; or put a common luciferl of attending, liefore all other of registry; and in cases where the
Ol'CgOD ; ti«*n _____
Terin« reason win
made to orde^
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS
I match in tli<> hole and leave it there. I things, to the salvation of their applicant claims the privilege at
,><r Kepainng a npeciallv.
parlor ,t bedroom suits . The next is the gopher, that some- ‘ souls, and they will exhort them to registration by reason of his hav
P. P. PRIM.
McDaniel Caton, Proprietors
N. P. HANNA.
times gnaws the roots off. They' the faithful discharge «if their ing lieen in the United States on
ATTORNEY * COVNHfcLOR.AT LAW,
are easily destroyed by trapping or Christian dutiea, the only thing the 17th day of November, 1880.
Also pnnr«. Sas h and Blinds always nn . poison. Th«' jack rabbit .sometiiiu’s that can secure to us the everlast the fact of bis residence therein
'pins miTLAIl RESORT, UNDER
hand and in-id<» loonier. Planing done eats oil voting tl’Ct
but he is eas ing luippiness of heaven. For this shall lie proved by the oath of two
i ihc new management, is furnishing
Will practico in «II the Cniirt» of the State. th« bent brand» of liquor«, wine« and
Oil teas«»nai»le lenii«.
worst enemy purpose they will hold religious ex creditable witnesses.
Offlee in Mre. Mrt'
lailly’« building, mr- cigar-. The reading table i« supplied
Undertaking a specialty.
wer nt < 'aliforme »1 itwl FiAh street«.
II have to contend with in the or ercises in their churches several
with Eantorn peri<>«lieal« and leading pa
per« <>t the < '«»j»st .* (ii vo uh g e»lI.
chard, however, is the well-known , timi5« a week, neoording to what
T he O regon W ar C laims tn
M c D aniel at caton .
strijM'd or speckled sap-sucker, a their prudence may deem expe- C ongress . -C. M- Carter, formerly
a rroRNKY a cor
sjieeies of bird known as the woo<l- ' dieut
of Portlnnd, writes in bis paper,
peeker. They usual ly select a
THE CITY BREWERY
the Naiioual Reform, at Washing
J. Kenney, Proprietor.
T he D awn of a B ettf . ii D av fob ton: One or more test bills are
thrifty, growing tree, with smooth
WiB practice in all the Courts of the State.
bark, and peck it full of holes like I kei . and . Some tilin' sine« an A.'t introduced. If they pass it will
Prompt attention given to all busineas
honeycomb to feed on the inner of Parliament was passed which form n precedent for other similar
entreated to my dare.
V E 1 T SC H U T Z.
i bark and flowing sap. Trees fn- * provide!I thnt the (rovernmont claims. In the first allowance lees
DR. OEO. KAHLER,
ijuredtlius never recover. These might etiter into partnership, as it tlmn fifty |>er cent was paid. It is
. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN- or night 2’
birds should be destroyed without were, with the tenantry of Ireland a shame the full amount was not al
forms the citizens of Jackson vil le l<>nl hro.t I
PHYS I C I A N X SU II G EON,
AYING RENTED ED. SMITlI'SOLD
ami mirrouii'ling■•eiintry that be ia non <»r night) 1
B- F. All LEER. * for the purcltaseof land under the lowed Senators Grover and Sla
M AI» \ME IToLT.
manufacturing, and will constantly keep'
I ol luiiibi'f of all kiinl-, I am now pii-
following conditions: “that Gov-
“B botheu S mith , whatd««es this 'erntnetit furnishes three-fourths of ter and Representative George are
on hand the very lm«t of l.ager Behr.
p.ir'"l to execute evert ilen'ription of
Diaea«»« of women »nd children » «peculi- 1 ho* wivhing a null glas, ot l>eer xlioulil yuro, onon.
wii . i . iam rum it.
working for their passage. The
work in tiiv line, plain anil ornamental, menn-/" “What does what mean?"
ly. Calle promptly «Hended to, dev or give me a call.
with ilispateii ami at very rea«onal'le "Bringing a nigger t<> this church. ' ' t he purchase money and the ten- old Indian claims of one to twenty-
' ants must provide the other fourth.
rate», s.itistaetion gnaranieeil in every
Ofllee at <*1tr finit» Store. Residence in
"But he is intelligent and well edu This done, the teuunts have 35 five years’ standing, for services
rear of I 'onrt Honea Squero.
anti supplies furnished in excess of
tel~ I nilertakinir a ipei-ialtv. I will cated.” “Who litres for that? He is
keep on li in.l a supply ol reaily-ma«le ¡a nigger.” “But lie is n friend of A ears in which to pay back to the appropriation, also s|M>iiation claims
J. A. CHASTAIN. M. D., -
Give men trial ami jiuli’e Im
¡Government tho stun ii lias ad
mine.” “What of that? .Must you, vanced for thorn, and arc required amounting to millions. Bills have
rilYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
I Jai ksenville, June 22, 1581.
therefore, insult the whole congre to pay it in annual installments." lieon introduced to pay them. We
The POPULAR BARBER
n M asonic Ill'll. hing ,
gation?" “But he isa Christian and Early in January last the first pur hope to have them paid by bill di
ph nn, aitteoN,
belongs .to the same denomination.” chase was made under this Act, rect. or through the court of claims
Take« |>l«o«tire in annnunring tn the citi-
Oregon Street. Jacksonville
“What do I carefor that? Let him and consisted of 4«>2 acres, for or through a commission tn be ere
rennof Plinenix, A«h!:«n<1 anil «urrnuml- !
go and worship with his fellow nig- which was paid C2. ll«, or about nted, or throngh a new tribunal
ing ronnirv that hn lias permanently I
rpiiE I NDERSIGN KI. HEREBY DE
Im-ate,! at l’hœnix, for the practice of
gt'iw.” “But he is worth 85,000,.- 828.75 jver acre. On this estate promised to lx< created to adjudi
1 Sims t>, inform the public that they
cate such claims as <lo not go prop
arc now' prepared to till all ordt*»'« for .H and vicinity shioping goods via (Ohl *‘N AT1< »N AL,” Established 1KG6.) ' 000." snid the merchant. “Worth
II» promptly attended at all hour*.
cake«, piesand bvead <»f e\cry description. Kosching will find it to their advantage 128 Front Street, bet. Washington & Alder, what?" “Five million dollars.” 1 there are twenty-eight, tenants, erly liefore a court of claims.
<i»v or night.
.which would give to each about
Also have a full asscrtmem. of ciarker* to «Ilio I hroiigh this house. Ample ware-
hoiiM» room, safe am! c-arefnl storage,
" W «»rt.h85,000.«*Ml! Brotlmr Smith,
of all kiinH. Wcwill keep
PORTI.AN» • • OltHGON.
sixteen and ono-half acres, and re
R. G. SCROGGS. M. D.,
A W hole F orest of S tone
Rofrrenees: S. Marks <'<»., J.
Floed, A. P. ARMSTRONG.................... Principal. iiitnxluc«' me.”
quire a cash payment of nearly T rees .- From twenty to thirty
(i. Ilavnes, Roseburg.
PU Y NIC! AN A SURGEON,
I. P. IVIM'O.............. ,Vonuiaii andScc'y.
T hf . pension roll is very heavy, 8110 from each man. I'ntler this
M irk \our good«: Care of li. L. M ,
where a good lunch and a cup of yolTee
milen from Denver, Ix-tween Cherry
—or n » site —
can t»o had at any tin e of tho day or night. Kosehurg.
,,,.<| fnr tlir Kn«laic«« l<hiv:Hi<iiiot and it is said a large sum is annu system, if land can continue to l»e creek and Banning creek, the Den
Oysters in « very «tyle.
ally paid out for fraudulent pen- purchased ut those rates, it cer ver and New Orleans Railroad force
on nny werk-iiny oí the 5 rar.
Office and professional rooms in Orth''»
P. S. Fre%h bread every day.
. si<»iiH. multilo <pi(‘stioii is: “How tainly will not lie long until there struck an unnsnal ohatraetion, it
SO I XAMIWATI«»* ON KMI I I IC I\<C
block, flrwl room« at !tea<l ot «lair», ad-,
Highest cash pru^* i»ci*! for couii
shall the spurious claims Iteiietm-t- ! are host of freeholders in Ireland, lieing nothing less than a buried
Joining TiM km office. Residence, oppo- |
site <’onn hou«e.
im I?” An Indiana I'cngrossman and then it may lw* expected that a
RATEN (»!• "rriTION:
Rp^cirtlly, operations in >urgcrv and ' Jacksonville, Or., Dec. 1!, 1*’
forest The trees are all petrified^
Si ’11« )L \ RS HIP, Bu«incMM < ’ourm».. ..$.->«) thinks he lias discovered the plnn. new and prosperous ora will dawn
treatment o( chronic diseases, office
ngatixed, of many gizes and lie
j FELE< i ff A J’I I Y, < 'oniplcte C oiitm »... .. 2 d Ife proposes to publish in tho upon the country.
hour», afternoon, from J to 6,
! WRlTlNlì, por luouth.......................... .M I»
buried at various depths, from ten
nowsp<‘i]M‘rs of each county, at stat
CITY BARBER SHOP.
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES.
D ebt S tatement . The <b*l»t t*» twenty feet deep, which is as
statement shows n liucrMW in the deep as any excavations were mad*
rpHE .SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS ormi kliidw d«»ur in tlir nio«t liti'IS sioners in that locality, with the 1 public debt during February of by the workmen. They came up
CALIFORNIA ST RE HT,
1 1 Mcltuol willcomnionce abuut th« «nd
K.1TEM. Kvud loi* entiinnlr.
on these rd ice of a bygone age ift
'of Angnst. and 1« divided in four sea-
! whv the pmsions were "ranted, ¡*.•,783,511; cash in the treasure, at least half a dozen localitiea, and
which would subject the list to the : 825'2,617,IDS; gold certificates, 85,- have mot with not a little difficulty
' Board and tuition, per term......... . $40.00
scrutiny of the public, and impos j 188,120; silver certificates, 868,674,- on their account The trees arw
GMil'. VNId.llSIGNED TAKES PLEAS- E.eiland Budding.......................... «... ... l.Oo
l'.*0; certificates of deposit, 811,550,-
< ontnlniiix *iilormiiiion <»| < our««*. tors could be easily detected.
Drawing and painting......... .. ..........
of (»RMUl XTALl’E.XMAN»
GHIE UNDERSIGNED IS 1 1 |,LY 1 uro in siiiuotiHclng that he has taken Eiuno,...................................................... ... S.IH> hik I
(MtO; refunding certifiivitre, 8546,- very perfect and could be take»
... 15.00 SII 11*, free. Aildr**««.
prepared to do all work, in Jos line charge of this imu"« ami that the man
T he Parisians have fotnnl out ,150; legal tenders. 8346,681,016; out- nearly whole if snitable machin
A. r 1RWSTROW«.
I m the l est man nor anil at reasonable agement will ho fir«t-elass in every par Entrain*« fee, only once, ..............
Loi’k B<»x 101, Portland, Or. how to make false eye-lashes. 1 do
SELM T DAY WHtiOL.
ticular. The table will always be sup
GEORGE SCHI MPF.
fractional currency. 87.065,877; ery wap employ *t
plied wit i the best the market afford«. i Primary, jnir term,..............................._? 6.00
e-ash balance available^ 8154,147,-
I cheerfully recommend the pres
r^r'I'erms reasonable and «atiMacflon ‘Junior,
s.nn ent management*
S enator V oouheeb has a rem-
of the Portland Bu«i- known trick of darkening the rim 338.
LL KINDS OF GRAINING DONE.
guaranteed. No pain« spared ly meet the Senior.
Sati«fartion guaianto-d. Order« left
around the eye with all kinds of
for rhnurnntismi He nays: “I
want» of Lite traveling public.
Pupil« are reix’ived at any time, and have known fu* many year«, i« an ex-
at the New Stale Hotel
W. C. GKEENMAN.
T he R eason .—“Why don't you haveenred myself by n simple rem-
i|H' 'ia! attention is paid to particular aturi- periimced Teacher ami a PriMHieal Bu«i* compositions, or the more artistic
ie« in ladialf of children who have but nesa Man.
plan of doing so to the inside of I trade w ith me?” said a closed-fisted Aif v taking lenam jntee in warm
Carrying United States Mails.
IL M. Dr-FRANCE.
rjTHIS PAPER may lie fonn.I on tile al limited time. F<>r further particulars ap
lid. 5io, they netunlly <Jraw a tradesman tn a friend, the other waler twice or threw Umea a day-
President >ld ••National*’ t’ollege.
I Geo. P Rowell A Co. a Newspaper Ad ply at the Academy.
needle, threaded with dark • dav. The reply was chnrncteristic: Ci -nM-pwiitly I «Hir mbit* to do what
vertising Bureau (10 Spruce St i. » here ad
hair, through the skin of the eye- (“You have never asked me, sir. 1 I have not done fur years—walk
Durable JI. IMO I EAVES JACKSONVILLE MONDAYS 1 vertising contracts inay lie inaile for it in pl'>T «porting. bln«ting und giant puw
I» . 1er, lumi, eapxjaiid wad« nt
JatksoiHilk Grange No. 8S, P. of 0.,
Jiow «nd Second-hand Piano», |50 to SI.MM I* and Thursday» tor Waldo. Lcavo« New York.
lid, forming Long loops; and after have looked all through the pa;>e» from rtvy Irxlgin^ to the Capitol
PoroiLLMtPr nt TO R bst . J.>nrn«l Free. Waldo Tuesday« and Fridays.
Holif« its regolar meeting« every two the process is overt I am told it is Foran invitation in the shape of an
.nwf Nwk, a n»«tter of frmr mile»
Í'K») Organ». S75
Fir»t-«la«» ni**Nnmi>datiiin* fer ps-wrv-
wagon-maker* ' GHIE beat »teel spring shovels, and w«*ekn al the itwhlewce of J. N. T. Miller.
a painless one) a splepdid dark nd vert iesment, and found none. I «very dhy, arwf ouUtrip the yrmny
i tool« at
gers. Espro«« busin.*«« promptly attend
prek», steel sledues, hiekorv pu'k I
T. V. ANTISELL A CO .
C. MINGUS, \LteUr.
' 4 ' rot
a u tt i -rr
A nnie M iller , Secretary.
never go where I am not invited." 1 fellows who go with roe.”
Cue. of Market sud Powell, S.F., Cal. ed to by
and ax ha miles at JOHN MILLER'S.
fringe veils the coquette's eyes.
A. P. H otalinh ,
E. C. I xird ,
Nears or O.mox U « Senat,.*-«, I.
25 Front St..
F. Grover, J. H. Slater; C'ongroaaman, M
V. Gooegai Governor, IV. \V Thayer; Sec-
rotary o* State, H F. Earhart; State Troar
A. P. HOTALING & CO..
arw, K. Hinehi State Printer, IV. H Odell;
SapennUndant of Public Inalroction, L. J
Fo*»ll; Supremo Judgno, IV. P. Ix>rd,
Chief Juatieo, E B Wataon. J. B Waldo
Fitter JvniritL Dvmucr—Comprising
Soln Agents for tlio
Jettaon. Jooauhmr ami 1-ake euunttea—Ctr-
eutt Jad-o. H K. H Miua; Proaevuung At-
J. II. CUTTF.R .
‘torn«y, T. B. Kent.
J mksoü U*>< ntt -Seaator, John E Roa«;
R« pre sen tat i vex, Tho* Smith, A. U. Stanley:
Silas J. Day; Commi««i<m-ra.
And W. J. Ixjmp’sSt. Louin Heer,
Hobt. A Cook. A AliorJ; Clerk, H-nry
Klippel: Shor f, Wat Bvbee; Treasurer.
-Hoary Pape Aa»e>«>e, That. K Nichol-; Gf»tr.il Ivah for Xtatr Invntnni lusor-
School Superintendent, Ja«. D. Fountain;
Surveyor, Janie* Jeffery; Corouer, V«it
NEW STATE SALOON,
Josornisi C« m ’ xtt -Senator, J. B Si
for«; Ropreaeutat i > e, J. B
<'ouaty Judg«. T F. Floyd; Camna
Cor. California A 3<I Sfa.,
aiooera. Hoary Kelly, Jas Neeley; Clerk,
■ , ■
F. M. Mickanaa; Sheriff. John Taylor;
Treamirar. Wm. Nancke; A«»r«aor, T. G. JOHN NOLAND
PatUrtos; School Snprriutcndeut, U. N.
Lata C ocmty — Joint »Senator, X. H spiffs favorite n ESO KT HAS
Gataa of Wa«co; flepre«ei> tative, Oraon A I I lately been thoroughly renovated
Steam»; Comity Judge, J. S. Watt; Commi»- i and «tucked with at complete a»«ortment
aionara. G. If. Pautfend, U. F. A bah icr; Clerk, I i»f the finest whies, l'qunr« anti cigar« in
R B Hattan; Sheriff, J. L. Hank«; Treat i the market. The celet»rate<l Thistle t»ew
urer, A. McC-nilen; A>sea»or, Wn. T b U vc A; ' whiaky ia kopt <*<»n>tantlv on hand here.
A rtrwt-cla*« btlharti-lab.e 1« a I mo c^n-
Sehvol Sttperintcnffent, J. H Clayton.
nected with the hotiHe, and the read in g-
Ja< MMMriux- Truate««. T. G. Rennie». ' table will ahvava l»e siipptied with the
Praaident. E D Foudray. K KuLli. J. S 1 latent and rhoice«t |H»riodiCMl»», tiew«|>a-
Howard. P N. Emka; Ker order. J. Nunan; I P****’» ®t^‘* Give me a call.
Traaaurar. H. Pape; City Marshal, A.
Halma; Street Cointmaaioner, J B McDaniel.
Jacksonville, Sept. 21, 1HRL
AsffLAO -Trnateea, Fl.
Tharehm. Jacob Thompaon; (. W. Rurri»,
Wm. Ham»; Recorder, A. V. (iillette;
Treasurer, Henry Norton; Marahai, S. I).
C alifornia S trebt ,
MEETING OF COURTS. ETC.’.
The Supreme (kxirt of Oregon mart» at
Salem, regular tarn»» comm mcing on the i*, r. junij *.
fir»t Monday» in March and October.
Cirenft Court («< Jack»«»« county me^ta
the second Monday in February, June and VONE BUT THE CHOICEST AND
Navemher; for J nephine cnnaity, the fourth j
I »eat Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and
Mouday in April and Oi-tol»er; for I»akr | Cigar« kept.
county, the fourth Monday in Septend»«-r
DRINKS, 12S CENTS.
The C«mntv CommiM**oner»’ ami Pr<»l»Ate
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE —it
( «art» for Jackson county meet the tir»t don’t pay. F mbu I iom needing auvthing
Monday in every month; for .Foaephme in my hue can alwav« l»e supplied with
eoanty, the first Monday in January, April, the pnreat and heat to tie trnind on the
Jaly aad September; for fake enunry, every I Coast. Give me a call, and you will i»e
alternate month, cominencuig tin first Mon well san«tied.
day in February.
CITY DRUG STORE,
1. H. TOUR.
DALEY & GO.,
DRUGS, MEDICINES 8 CHEMICALS.
THE BEST STYLE
and Toilet Articles.
Paints, Oils, Varmsiies, Dye-Stuffs,
cneaper tban Ercr Before Ofcrk
THE U. S. HOTEL WAGON-MAk£R,
New Saddler Shop,
------------------------- GROB & ULRICH,
‘C.’ B. ROSTEL,
H. L MURTON,
Business College ! !
TliAXSPl.AX'/'IXC ri/VIT TEES.