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GENERAL NOTES AND NEWS.
Ministers use Amman’s C’ungli Syrup.
MARCH 10. 1882 ;
| Brook* keeps it.
The widow of Daniel Webster died
at New Rochelle, Nvx« York, on Mon
Baker county stock mixers are get
ting an average of s?L'>.7‘» per he-sl for
Senator Hoar vehemently comdeninetl
, the nomination of ( inkling for Asso
ciate Justice of the Su«reu;« Court.
Those people who fancy that Conk
ling is shelved, will find themselves
mistaken. I’ractically he is president
of the United State».
'I tr»vel»l a iorlwldrn road.
A Baltimore repriwntativc asks Con
Which lir»t apprsr-d an flowrrjr fair
gress to appropriate 81 . ih N'. ik M) to begin
I ha» oawani eagerly I atrxnie,
the excavation of a ship eanul from that
TUI— to my horror and despair! —
city to tbe Deluware bay.
AU built awl idoeeoms Uooanni; tlirrv.
All tender boxi^he and twigs of green
Ex Secretary Blaine demands front
Atom! changed to hurra and nettles keen, ! Congruss a swei ping investigation into
Whoer angry pointe my garments tore.
I all charges against him iu connection
And pricked iny hainls till they were aura.
' with our foivigu relations.
Rewildereil at the wondrons change.
Tho value <>f exports for th« seven
That eb-xald have warned me nf the place, month» ending Januarv 31, 1882, was
1 kept my course with snifter pace.
I 8121,1172.!l<>7. against 81fi8,.Klff,ril>8 for
And saw a marvel at>U more strange;
I the same period in 188L
Foe cruel flints sprang thrmagh the ground
To meet my feet at every lamnd.
The (>. .V C. stag« company pay» out
With gasb on gash thev made them bleed, , $."i2,teio a v ear iu Siskiyou comity for
Thea time it waa that I should heed
salaries of employees, materials, feed
i and other incidental «•xpeiiw».
Just at the moment of my need,
A shining man stood at my aide—
Exports from the Columbia during
Wboee lustre fell oil all around.
i February of this year, consisting of
And spread a glory far and wide!
wheat, flour, and salmon, luuonuted to
J 81,1i>2.s'ai. Exportsin February, 1*W1.
“And who art thou’” I traml-ling cried.
•■Give ear," said he, “to what I say;
I am the guide of all that str.u,
T..twyers us* Ammen's Cough Syrnp.
To point them back to virtue s path,
Brook» keeps it.
Tbe guardian of thy erriug way;
And step by step -in love, not wratli
Vancr uv er arsenal as un arsenal is a
These angry flints and briars I strew.
thing of the pa-t. It is now officially
To warn thy feet froft wandering so.”
announced as Vnm Oliver Barracks Or
dn.mee Depot. Major John A. Kross
I knslt and kis ed his garment’» hem.
And cried: “Oh, Ange! «ent from I! eav t*n ’ retains command.
I Rerauxc it »<K OM Ibr l.lfl.It, BOW kl.S
au«i kll>\E\S St Bit snnii’ tnu<-.
LOTS FOR SALE
8BB WUAT rsorna SAT t
ftagwi«* n. Work, «.r J.u.' it. u City. Knnm».
■nyg, Ki«ltt«y-W ..ri rur««l Inin ullrr • • <wl*»r >’hj
I six iaiiN I imi I b^vtx try Ditf fbi I
J • “
Mr« John AruMll.of Wa>hii»ulon, Ohl«». *"7"
hrr t»vy Mn.» yi V.-II ui* » > dio I. , f r prolii>
phvMxtana aud thaklio
. ullwi auid’ «ur*l by
.M. if 11. Go«»)«In, i <> i rdil<>r In <'hn««lx>n. Obk>.
u ..! exp«" l"d to liw. 1 i!ti;r I LmlexI
bryuttd IxAtuf, I mi » Kldnry W oi I rnr«d lilt*».
Annn K Jurrrtt «»f R »tilh X.iL*nt. M. T., wiyfl •«
that MCVfti years Muth i tn|f fl «•«•! kxlnry Irotibloft î
land otbar roni|»ll« AClvD-s «ai * n«L «I • y khc uw ot |
John 1! îjtwrcnnr «»f Jb'-kHon. T« dm , «nfferuxt
foi yrarairoin It»«« und kldn« « »< -al'b ■« and
after t.«ktutf ' l»ait*la of •»ihvt* nwdK.’iOtMi,"
Kidney Wurt mad«» hint well.
Mluhafl Colo of Montgomery Center, Vt„
•ufiT-red rllfltt yeai • w Illi L i I ea - v xliHiculty aid
was nnablo V3
Kidne y Wort Munie bun |
“ well aa ever.'
SMALL BOILER AND A TWENTY
inch Turbins water wlicol, with bev-
»Iwipwr ami slialting. All in good or
der. Will lie sold cheap. For particular,
JAS. HERD, Willow Springs.
LIME FOR SALE.
rnilE UNIlERsiGNEIt TAKE THIS
1 niellimi of informing the public that
they have on hand .Son bushels .gsiifieriot
lime st their kiln at tlie inoli li of Missou-
ri gnleli. winch thev are disposing ot at
reasonable rate*. VVe pnqs.se to supplì
the public tleinand lor 1 Ins article ami can
furnish any quanti! v .tesired.
DECKER <t HUGGINS.
[Constipation and Piles.
tJF It la put up In Dry Vegetable Form In
Un ranti. our
of which niakt» *ti quart«»
* of luciiirin*. Airs, in Liquid t orm. »rr» Con-
•eatrated, tor those that xuanuC readily pre
with squat tglfincy 1» either form.
GET IT ATTI1E DKVt.iil.srS. 1K1CE. 41.00
FARM FOR SALE
DEALER AND WORKER IN
WEI.I.H, KB 1IAUDSON JH'o.. Prop*»,
(WiU«e®d thediy powt-pahl.) M RI.INGTON, IT.
TIN, SHEET-IRON, COPPER, LEAD
$500 (’ asii Pittzas. —It is only a few
veara since Messrs. Hiram Sibley A
Co. were known nt ull in the seed busi
ness, but in those few years they hurt
advanced with such wonderful rapidity
Make »harper yet each thorny «tern!
Lieut. Danenliower ha» been forbid
that they are now nniverwnlly rrcog-
Increaae the flintt to ar ven tun»*« Mveu!
den to start for St. Petersburg until mznd us lending seedsmen. Their ware
I will endure ami not complain!**
the weather gets warmer. The remain house at Rochester is a mammoth build
der of the survivors of the Jeannette ing, nine stories high, while inChicngo
Re fle<l. anti I with deep renior««
tln v occupy a five-story building, mid
Turned l»ack from my forbidden cours*? - start without him.
have no room to spare. Mr. Sibley is
Rut, O, how many weary hour»
George C. Gottung, the brutal wife-
widely known in» proprietor of the
I traveled o’er thonr blighted bowers
slayer, was marlied to one of S. F.'s 40,000 acre Sullivaiit Farm in Illinois,
Rebl<M-ined with all their former How» r«.
fair youug ladies an hour after receiv- .
the largest cultivated farm in the world.
--Theodoie Tilt- n
ing a sentence of ten year«' imprison-I
1« not a -eyre «H - it la a blood purifier and Conk*,
Here over 3.<NiO acres were last year de
munt for killiug his wife last June.
| m > iaod » th«* sysiein, demiiKuK
voted to seed raising.
the* rirciilatlnn, and thus Induces many disorder«,
known by different names t«> distinguish them ao
Just now the firm are specially desir-
The (’>. II. A. N. Co., has jn.t closed
eordlng t«» effects, but l»rln»c really branches o»
I'iiAM-sof thAl grt-Hl Rciirric .1U.«rd«fi, liiipurlly
Great DuH'overy-- Aiumeii’* Cough a contract with Mr. Wni. W. Bates, of <>ns of obtaining all information eiilcu
•I Blood, Hut-hare/ty-U*pect.
<>»»np/rnnf. Consti;xit 10n . V, r« ro<s I>(«orders,'/¿«id
Ryrup. Brooks keeps it.
OCA« . Z3< u *< m /<< G'-nerut H 'ettkntu, Heart Dnwaaa.
will be one of the largest dry dis ks in service of their many cn-t inters in
Ifroiwv, hutnr y iHtra»,'
They were twins, ami the parents i the United States. Its cost will be the South.
L'o this etui they arc offer
*'*r”/Mfa. SArm /Jfaerdrrs,
Blot. <i i>n \enia
chrntoneil one Kate and the other Dnpii j 812.’>,0<>0.
ing 8500 cash in prizes for the liest
audyures these by attacking ihe rou». . Impurity
or the Blood. Chemist« nnd phyairlans i»Kree In
essays on gardening in the Southern
ThcO. R. .V N. Co.'s road from Unia
calling it ”the mosf K'*num»* and efff« i«-nt prepa
These essays must crime from
ration far the purpome " Sold by bruKKUta. «1 per
To »nccoed, young man, you must tilla to l*eudl> ton is being pushed States
bottle. Saa teatinmnials. direction*, £«• In pam
work, unless you are to »ucceeil to an ahead with vigor. Thirteen miles are
phlet, “Ircatiaa on Diseases of Cm Bl«*«!,*’
wrapped around each l««»ttle.
tlie conditions affecting the subject;
| completed. A large number of China
D. B1.XS0M, 80.X A CO., Crop»., Buff»lo, N. T.
ami the decision regarding the respect-
Drummers are now called commercial men arrived a few days sines to work I ire merits will lie made by well known
ninxietans, because they have «oniiuh on the line.
I .nd admittedly competent judges. Full
L. Swartz and J uuiph Goodale juM i partie ufara can be obtained by addresa-
naed a cootrac»
contrae» with CapL
(apt. A. P.
I*. An- .ing Hi KAM S ibley A Co., Seedsmen,
The population <>f the Vnitexl Ntati's closed
•ny. of Portland, to «nw
million at either Rochonter, N. Y., or Chicago,
ha» increased 17,0H««,<MJ0 sincn the close keny.
feet of lumber for him, the timber to Ill.
of the rebellion.
lie taken from the farm of the latter,
Australia has a larger acreage of wheat near Jefferson.
TllF. Sorlh zlwerwvt« Rrrie>r for
than Great Britain, while uur acreage
March presents a striking array of
........ posseses the
article«,“very one of which
ia twelve times as large.
eused of the murder of Brown ><t Port-I eharacte-istic of cotoniporaneons inter
An order has been isiucdby the Post- I laud, who were arrested at
ut San Francis I fl,(
... ... from
we . lune a contribution
m ister-General ailmining Hour wimples co, were brought up on tbe steaiucr
Senator George F. E limimi«, on "The
aa fourth-class moil matter.
I State of California, which arrived at ('omlnet of the Gniteau Trial.” Ex
What a pity it ia that Hayes didn’t Portion 1 Feb. 2t>th.
Min st,*r Eilwartl F. Noyes communi
c.ites tne results of his observations of I
look after the public money as anxious
■ > n<
» < it
n li h l th«
ly as he looked after hi.< own.
I times. J lu 1.MSI» hr court* granted 31".1 I’’litieul affairs in Frunce under the
htie, * "Trogi
s.s j r\f
of tin- French l/.muL
You can't count on appearanres. | divorces. Last year the nnmlier was I
by Jury,” Judge E l
Four ot the finest looking no n in ('hi- increased to 364, willful desertion, cru- i
• • , w.iril A Thotniw .lescribe» the »ocixl
i city, ditinkenncsH and adulterv being
cago were arrested fur forgery.
■ condition» nn lev which onr j’lry »yMem
, th« chief caiisos for separation.
’ li.ul it« origin, anil note» it» defect» in
A Washington paper any» the Mor
Do not delay using Aunuen's ( ongli vn w of tlie altered relations of model n
mon Church has sent a h >nbv of four
handsome and educatej English wom Syrup. Brooks keeps it. •
I life. Mr. J. Finke make» an able and
en to Washington.
Jack Powers, under sentence of death ini'enions analysis of th« Brest intel
Spring-time is coming the garden I for killing Ben Corneliu-at Portland, i- In tnal movement, the Reformation, |
. growing pale, and and c ireworn. He edm-ing therefrom the " True Ic.son
aced men are ou hand.
[ suffers very much from thp bullet in • of Protestantism." lu “Law for the
Under a new State law, which went bi» cheek and it is «aid tlie lower ¡mrt of Indians.'* th« Rev. Wni Justin Har-lia
into force on Jan. 1, ull railro.nl eon- his face is partially paralyzed.
1 i endeavors t<
to deni msfrat« that the one
I 1* ration'll
i f ir in t I nn,
ductors in Georgia are clotlusl wit h
nnd effectnal cure for onr
The House Coniunittec on Elections Indian troubles is to extend the juris-
the purer of policemen.
will report against the admission of ' dietion of the civil and criminal courts
It is now believed that the fixed stars Cannon as I lelegat.■ from Utah ls-eanse
> oi 'f all the relations of the red num.
were placed w> far away in order that he is not a citizen, and against Canip-
Prof A I! Palmer on the “Fallacies
the patent medicine man couldn't get 1»'H because he did not re '«ive n major of Homeopathy.’’ Finally, the Hon. I
there to paint on the rocks.
ity of votes, thus leaving tho seat va Neal Dow <• intributes an article on the j
"America,'' savs an Englishman, "is cant.
I "Results of Prohibitory le gislation,”
a eonntrv where a man's statement is
Dr. Glenn, nt Jacinto. Cal., has :’>5.- demonstrating the success of the efforts
not worth two cents unless bucked up
(MM> acres in wheat, nnd expects to sow to suppress the liquor traffic in Maine.
--- ♦ . »- - ' —■■■ —
with an offer to bet ten dollars.”
2”>JK»t more. H« has a force at. work
A N ev N ovel by M rs . G lascock .—
Pennsylvania locomotive works are
I’he California Publishing Company,
doing such an immense business that Sheppard «, u distance of five mile».
ins California Street, San Francisco,
they will nutaccept orders for engines This force nt present is IS teams and
have in press a new novel by Mrs.
scrapers and over.'iO men.
to be delivered beforu.Jan. 1, 1883.
Glascock, wife of the Congressional
Tlie N. Y. Trihntir is exceedingly se candidate in .the Second California
About half the divorces granteil in
Chicago now are said to lie on account ver« on the appointment of Conkling District at the late election.
of the drunkenness of wives. Chicago as associate Justice, and «avs his eleva inuuting upon the samo, the Uaklaud
<> mancan a i ; <)iu> i ’>> hew nil
men are getting to lie very fastidions. tion is onl v due to the pistol of (initean, 71 l7ooe- sues:
out i<. A trial is nil that is asked.
nnd that lie could not bo elected as
"Mrs. Alary Glascock, wife of John
For sa:o liv »It Diiiggists-iiiid Wino-
In buying real estate see to it, first, Jnstiee of tho Pence in th« strongest
It. Glascock, th« well known lawyer or nierc bants.
that there is no mortgage on it; second,
Rcpiibiican county of New York State. this city has written a novel entitled
that there is no judgment resting against
Wells’ mammoth warehouse n‘ Cor I “Dare,” depictin'« certain phases of
it; and third, that the taxes thereon ore
and artistic life ' on this
vallis, containing about 15,000 bushels ' fashionable
and embodying a considerabli?
of wheat ami :M>,( m ><> grain sacks, was'1
j mil 'lint >>f fine character work peculiar
Physicians say that it is not healthy
destroyed by tiro last we k Loss Slb,-
to sleep in day time. That is why tho 000; insurance, *7..'iDO Gen. P. Wrenn. i to the I’a-ific Coast. Mrs. Glascock is
lmby which is taken to church never Chief Engineer of the Fir« Department, ¡ a lady of exquisite literary taste, and
goes to sleep. It knows what is good was instantly killed by falling timla r. . has done some excellent work, the
for its health.
merit of which promises well for her
Tho year 1SM1 has boon on« of un I present venture. This volume will be
Mrs. Swissheltn says; “As between
thb published bv the California finblishing
drowning a country girl and getting equaled prosperity throughout
Company, ami will, therefore,
her employment in the city, I rather business and in lustrial circles of til«
wholly Californian, both as regards its
tlunk I'd drown her. and so get her eonntrv. Twenty two of the principal
cities show total exchanges for th" year I eoueeption and execution. It ought to
out ol harm's way.
of th» neat little Mllu of i'll, IO.»,."KSO,'J1>". i be a success, both literary and finau-
Hens scratch up flower-beds only Memphis is the only city that d
not 1 eiaJ.”
when they are barefooted.
It is strange show an inerisiso.
■o one has ever thought to go into the
N ew P atent «.—-Dewey *1' Co.'s S cien -
Peter I'leiieli has bought out the i i ific P kes « Patent. Agency has received
garden and “ahoo” '. lie heus to keep
range, cuttie and entire interest of John • dlicial r»oti<*e of the issue of tho follow
them from doing damage.
Catolow in th« Stein mountain <■ »nntrv
ing pat<*nts to the Pacific roast invrnt-
ft took a Harvard student only two for th« sum of sl'i'J.oou. He has some j ors for the wrek ending Feb. 14, 1882.
years to conquer Tyutin, but he was i thing less than 2teMl bend of cattle in
R. F. P»ri«lwcll, S. F., grip for pro-
four years learning how to throw a 11IS Parudise and Surprise valleys. These
|M*lling - ars; J. Budde, 8. F, water
so so as to enable him to earn
per ar« !uo«tly Grunt county cattl« that are
: closet; Lewis Forbes. 8. F.. hair tonic;
month on a Texas ranch.
being fed lor the S. 1’. market.
A S. I. Gabbs, S. F., sofa bed and
All Druggists s. 11 Ammon's Coi igh
It is said that 20,000 deer skill» have , lounge; J. M. Nelson. Oakdale, Cal.,
Syrup. Brooks keeps it.
been sold iu Prineville this .sca.-on,’tw .> treadle power for grindstones; Jas. Ran*
Stonia h Bitter* 1« the ;•»< it
I’he Great Eastern, which was offer brothers namCil Martin contributing d ill. S. F . process of nn<l apparatus
houiphold medirin«* nf the Xmeriu.ui pc»p!-.
ed for sale Oetohor l'.ffh, and bid in for
an«l im taken rverywljcre n-t a N;i;e£ii.»rd
Site 1,000. is 080 font long. 83 foot broad, is shameful and should not be tolerated. N icola \ alley, B. (‘., rhisp for corset against upuL inn s ami (‘mL nji< s as .1 ruin-
and 00 feet deep, lieing 22,!>27 builder's,
e«ly for « I\'ftp«*psL’i. I>111101 nih -. ss and irrugulai-
Is 'J13 gross,aud 13,341 n«t tons register. . edy the evil, it certainly calls louillv < al., friction brake for steering wheels; ifie« <»i the bo »vids, . an a cure for chitin and
[Alex. Watson, S F . exploder for hr- fever and rheumatic ailments, as a sedative
| for legislation «,«///«■ cn/on'cH« ,,/
When Brown complained of a rush
i ing blast«; E. M. White, Elhi, W. T . in nervous e.iRus, and as a general invigorant
According to N. AV. Aver A Son’s
of blood to the head, Fogg endeavored
to ease bis niiml by reminding him that Newspaper Annual for 1KA1 the New
For die by all l>ru'jgist-< and Dealer*
Horn i<> get M «*||.
Natureabhors a vacuum, and Brown’s It'd dally Sou li.vs the largest cireula-
I i I i O a I rushed to his head worse than i lion of any paper in the United States,
II mu wit In of person« xTreconstantly troul».
led with a c«>n> I »illation of diaeaaca. Di«-
I / 7«o«i le h is th« largest circulation on •*a«vd kidneys and c«>«tive b »wels are their
The net profits of the Bunk of Eng-
th'« coast, the daily having 10.1 *0 and toriiH*!itur«. They »I khi IJ know that Kid
lauxi are $137>,IMIO a week or about $22,-
' the Sunday edition having tl.ooo. The ney. Wort acta on tbeae organa at tbe «ame
IMO* day; carrying the calculation a
tune, canning them to throw off tlie poison»
little further, ttie profits are $3,7.r>0 an . daily <h'rjyum,, js rated at 1,.’>oo.
that have’clogged them, and «o renewing
hour, take the money-day to consist of
The Secretary of Interior decide»
the man. Hundreds testify to this. [Pitta
that th« mere tiling of a ileclartorvstat»- burg Pimt.
A Newark clinroh meiiiber. who say
Coughs Aminen’«Cough Syrup. Brooks
on Sunday that lie is too tired to stand not )>« considered as of itself sufficient
up in church while the hymns are sung, i to defeat nn entry of a prior settler who
M A RKFT.
I opposite the F. h. Hotel, is belter pre
stood the other day for an hour on fnihid to offer his final proof within tlie
Broad street waiting for t^e circus to statutory period, but who in all other
To all who <re «uttering from the error« pare«! titan ever to fiiini«h the *»i Idie
respects has complied with the require anti iiidi.«eretion« of youth, nervous weak- with the choicestqu.alitv of
ments of tlie law.
ne*«. early decay. Io«« ol manhood, »<’«•.
Good intentions arc tlie sce<l of good
I will «end a r<M’.po that will cure you, Ircsh Beef.
I FREE <>!•’(’I IA RGE. Thia great remedy
actions, aud every man ought to sow
them an<l leave t<> the soil and the sea est in (¡rant couuty. The recent order ! whs di*<M)vcm<| bv a mis*innary in South
Salt Bacon. Meat«.
son the duty of growth and perfection. to remove st'M’k from the M illieiir res America. Sen«! a «elf-addre««ed envelope
<» the K kv . -I o « epi < T. I nman ,/>,
Then the old proverb would prove nn ervation is u hard blow to that interest, , .Very
and efforts will be miul« to have tlie or
true that “hell is paved with good in
Snusn^e. Lard. Etc.
der riM-itided. It is in,|s>sxible that
11(. . -li-T
the stock lot moved at present, while
mo«f fav( ralde ¡nduccincnts offer
r»l». At Brook».’
The San Francisco Chronicle says there is so mn<-h snow on tire gronnd,
ed to patrons, an ; no effort will bo
that a »ea otter. Inensuring over nine
‘‘fiait <1 I owhi d giving general **atfafaetion.
ft et in length, which 1ms Imun’ed Rogue government.
river reel for years past, waa kijled by
Tie- Congressional memorial scrvlees
ft Weck in y« 1H own town, fi.’»
George Scott, hunter of the sloop Sf-ort
in commemoration of James A. (far-
Outfit Irre. V» iis|<. Eve-y.
<-f the IFxree, which arrived on the (»th I
fi l l were held in tlie lmil of the Hftliaa
n. w. ( apitnl not rerpiired.
inst. with the carise’s on board.
| of Repre'cntativos. on February 17th.
“For beuity of
t^ridi »uJ action, I W»* w^l f.i« nish von evrv!hing. Many
are ndiking fortunes. Ladies make as
The St. Petersburg jxvliee l ave ia- President Arthur and Cabinet, thejus- have never uvei, th.-irtuiial.”
miM’h As men , ami ’m vs ami girls make
■•nisi an order forbidding th« appear- tii iM of the Supreme Court, the nu m
CLARA LWJSE KELLOGG.
great j»ay._ Reader, if you want a bmd-
auce of any actors or dancers nil the bers of tbe Scnat«- five Generals oflthe
ne«sa| which yon <nn m ike great pay
“The Knabe” itfubsolntely all th4 time you work, write lor particu
stage of th« theatres of the capital Artur, throo Admirals of th« navy. Ihe
whose drewws have not prto ion. ly been Diplomatic Corps, ni my other pr«ihi
the best Piano mad^.
lars tA H. ¡I AI.I.E ft A (’•».. Portia ml. Me.
rendered incombustible by Moans of ncut officer», and leading eitizeus froV
A. L BANi HOFF *U> ,
t It*? l*-*t assort ment of Rogers* and
vhlorate of lime. 'I he same ml» hr.» different States, were present. H-,rf.
721 Market 8tr*e*?
yXt ostentiol:n'« entlarv’ in the market,
keen in force in Berlin fur tire years.
J G Blame was the ora* >r.
for the Pacific
JOHN MI LEER S.
KEEPS OX HAND A ÎTI18T-ULASS STOCK OF
< 'tipa, Mliot.
CUI I .EKY.-IK >1’1-:. NAII.S,
PAINTS,OILS, VARNISHES, AND GLASS
TOBACCO. CROCKERY. ETC.
Dry-Goods, Clothing, Groceries
p EPAIRING AND M A N ('FACT!’RING DONE IN THE BEST STY I. E.
NO' ICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In tbe County Court of Jaekson County,
State nf Oregon.
In the matter of the estate of Jas. Carlin,
’V’OTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the ad min udrator of «aid estate ha«
tih ti in the County Court for «Jackson coun
sud everything else in tin« line, nil ty, Oreg tn, hi« final account a« auch admin-
drc«M<<l. Bill«ofan\ « r.o tilled on tho t«ttafor, and Ly order of «aid Court Monday,
most reasons I de tri tn* IGrtir« d«‘sh:n^ tin 20tli day of March. Ihfi’J. at the h<»ur ol
anything in mv line will do well to give I<> o clock a Ni , ia net for hearing objection»
rue a call.
t<> «aid final account; and al! persona inter
T. P. PARKER.
rated in aaid estate arc hereby notified to
Big Butte, Sept, "th, 1**0.
apjH-ar and file his or her objections to said
onnt on or !»rforc said day.
rul’bahrd in the I*FMOCRAT1C TlMF.« Ly
LUMBER FOR ALL!
order ol lion S. .1 Day. Judge of «aid (-oiirt.
AI.EX MARTIN, Administrator.
'['HE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW DRE-
pared to furnish the market with n
«uperior article ot
RUSTIC. FLOORING, CEILING
GREAT CRASH of PRICES!
6 Miles sentii ci JacKssnvillc.
S NOW UNDER 1 1 1 I, HI’ADVVAY
and is prep-lied l»> furnish tin-market
wilh even <!i-sci ipti-m ot 1 unii>«r ot a *u-
[su'ior quality at the lowest ra'e-. Bills
-awtii to order and «alisi.i-'tlon trmiran-
All orders ad.lressed to U« at Jack
sonville will revene pioinpt atteniion.
Oregon Street. Jacksonville.
It’ll l’RF. A COMPLETE ANO MAG
mtM'Hiil ««Hortiiiciit of new good«
ha« jn*t lieen received, eonaiating ;n
N<>W I’REi'AREI) TO FILL ALL
I order« for«upcii«»r liin'Ler with
patch »nd at rates that defy competition.
Bill« olanv size »awed toordei and «at- I
ifcf.U’tion gnat:inte«'d. We have the tim
ber and Eicilitio«.
KAiTGive U« a trial mid see tor y«»iii-
.•»tilvof». A>I«I it * n »<
( HANDLER A M »RRH.
Ashland, 1 beg«m.
5 Miles from Ashland
Health & Consequent'Happinsss.
All Kinds of Groceries,
CHANDLER 4 MORRIS’MILL,
Dyspepsia, by Removing ils Canse, and
PUMPS, HOSE, CHAINS, WOODENWARE, BRUSHES,
BOOTS A SHORS,
s< liool. BOOKS
HATS AND CAPS,
TOBACCOS A CIGARS,
Ladies' Beautiful Hats I Flowers
PAINTS & GLASS.
Children’» Carriages. Velocipede» and
FRENCH CANDIES. Etc.
In fact everything to ba found in a
fii*t < bi*s stock Wi General Merchandise,
w b ich will be aold at price«
That Defy Competition.
Meim a.iw nuli in thè beat >hape,
w itli thè late«t improvc'l m iebinerv. we
me iiow liillv prepaied lo fili all urdrr«
forevery deseriptimi ot lumber witli dis
patch and ut luweat ratea. Sali start ioti
ounti F produe.'ofall kind" taken in
flange. P. O. Addirla. Jacka<»nville.
.1 A*. IIEKI» .V i o.
Tim highest price allowed tor country
me a call at my ««tahlfahmant
in Maaonic Building and he convinced
that Ibero is no humbug about thi«
A SI KE CURE GUARANTEED.
rpHE UNDEPreSIGNED OFFERS HIS
1 farm for «ale at a bargain. It is situ
I nted twelve mile« north of Jack son vilb*,
via the two Table Rocks, on th«» north
side of Rogue river, arid contains
acre« of g'Mxi land, well im[>ro\(*d, with
an excellent hnuso ami a good orchard.
For particulars apply on the place tn
DR. A. C.b'l ANI.EY.
BRICK FOR SALE.
Morbid Appetite for Stinulanls
Is a purely vegetable bitter and power-
I’ll toiliu. anti
_______ _ a .«¡»redv ___
r.. for l I.’ ever
---- ■ Ague,
certain « ure
am! Fever, Intermittent or ( hill Fa-
yrr. Remittent Fever, Dumb Agnn.
I’eriodl. al or Jliliou« Fever, and all
malarial <li«or<ters. In niiaamatic dis
trict«, the rapid fail««*, coated tongnr, thirst,
liLSSittldr, 1<MS of Hp|H-tlte, p,'|H| jn tllC llBck
aiul loins, and coldness <»f the spine and
extremities, arc onlv premonitions of
severer Myniptmn«, which terminate in the
ague |»ar<»xysm, jrnerertled by high fever
and piufiisu |M-rspiratioti.
It is a.startling fait, that quinine, arse
nic and other |M>i««»noiis minerals, form the
l»x«is of most of the •’ Fever and Ague
“ Sp«,< iti< s,” ” S.vrujm,” and
” Tonic«,” in the market.
tions made from thc.se mineral |*uisomi,
although they are jKdatable, and Biar
break the ( hill, do not cure, but leave tho
malarial and their own drug ¡«»¡«on in
stem. pr<»dtiring quinism, dirr.lnesw.
ringing in the ears, heatla» he, vertigo, and
other disorders mon? formidable than th«
disease they were intended to cure.
Avt.ii’s A«.< r. Ci nr. thoroughly eradicates
these noxious |K>isons from the »ystcin,
and always citr»«s the severest cases.
contain* no quinine, mineral, or any thing
that could injure the moat delicate pa
tient; and its crowning excellence, ala»«
it« certainty to cure, ia that it leaves tho
system as free from disease as le-iurc tho
For Liver (omplaluts Arm’s Aovr
Ci hi ., by dire« t a« ttoti on the liver and
biliary apparatus, drives out the poisons
which produce these complaints, and stim
ulates the tn stem to a vigorous, healthy
W« warrant it w hen taken according to
Death-dealing’ Malaria. I Ths Best and Cheapest !
ERSONS DESIRING TO FURI HASE
good farms of any size will do well to
? UMItER OF I'l.MHAHI.E TOWN
lots ill KltpiH'I’s addition to J»<-k-
soiivllle will lie wild on reasonable term*.
Forfurtlier pnrticulsrs enquire of
JtotMMM h ci ran aen g.e »jat»in of the poieon-
otufl teMMM thaldevel.'po in KMuey and Uri
nary Diacaaes, BUlouan«»», Jauxxtiuo. Conati.
^Iparton, Piles, or iu Jlhouuiatiaui. ^iouralgia,
Nervoua Dlrorder-i aa<l »’on.aiM C* jiuv 1* uj U.
FARMS FOR SALE.
King of the Blood
I I‘liarles G rifili li Itmu-li, near Eagle
I’oiiil. Euan Ire of
T. U. REAMES.
Fellows’ Building, Jack
WONDERFUL ffHJ ,
HARDWARE, TINWARE, ETC.
T he I 1UHT B aby .—A young moth
er who is rich in her hubby’s nf-
feetions aud p>cket-l*K.>k is the
owner of a three-months-<>hl suu-
iu-atn. The young mother, to have
the offspring receive pro|>er nour
ishment.resolved to take sole charge
of it. It was her first child, and
having Iwen reared in luxury, with
plenty of servants to wait on her,
she did not handle the contract
with as much success ns some
other women. The other day she
undertook to give the child a bath
in a »mull fmt-till). The lady's
mother, «ho lives with her, mssmg
through the room, dipped ìer fin
ger in the water, and to ii her
daughter it was too cold for the
little one, and that she won il have
to warm it Instead of nt ding n
little warm water she placed the
bath-tub with the bnbe in it on a
small stove and waited for further
developments. The developments
came as soon as the bottom of the
tub begun to get extra warm. The
otlspring gave one yell, when the
fond mother, grandmother and the
two servants rushed to the rescue,
¡’he grandmother took the blessed
baby anti placed n handful of flour
where it would do the most good,
in the future grandmother will
I« h >L after tlieehild, while the moth
er reads up on the cares of a moth
er and how to bring up children.
l! E (’ WESTS NERVE AND BRAIN
treatment’ a siiecitic for’Hvsteria. Diz-
'pHK UNDERSIGNED HAVE JUST
1 burned a kiln ot Jivi.ono brick and will
lie iirrpareil to fill all orders lor tin-
building material after tlie !«t of July
These brick* hive tieen insnntectiireil af
ter the most improved methods mii .I mi
warranted to be superior in ever, respect
Oiilers promptly tilled at the most nuooii
S. H. EGGER.
Jscksouville, June 22. 1R»1.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemist»,
BOLD ST ALL DKVUSUTf FVEnYwassS.
FARM FOR SALE.
fntlF.WELLKNOWN D1XK1NS FA BM
1 KÌIiiHled eiglit utili*, nortli <>( l.-i<-k-<.ii
ville, i» iiflem! ;for «»!«■ «l n liargatn. li
ointoin» 300 «erp», all «u*<-<iptit>l<> tu <-ulti
valioti »mi under f>'ii<«-, ìh - kiiì ... Iming
well watered. A
nini a i-oinnirxlioii« liarti and ■.iitlniild-
ing. are iiimiii tlix temi. For partó-ularM
enqoira of C. VV. Knhler. Jack Min ville,
or .>n ili« placto
FARM FOR SALE
rpiIE UNDERSIGN«!» OFFERS
I sale his farm situated near B\ lien’s for
rv, 10 miles from .lacksorivil e. containing
l<»0 acre«, On acr«*« l»eing under cultiva
tion and the balance king first class tun
her and pasture land. A good li«>u-v.
¡»am and ou*budding« are cnnne<*fp<l with
the place. Title pcrte<*i and terms TH*«
«nnable. For further particulars Ml»
plv tn the T imes ofhee <»r
J.«. <; rigsby ,
< ’entral Point P. <>.
FARMS FOR SALE
MMIE UNDERSIGNED. RI>TI»ING OS
• I Rcguo river, offer« for «ale tho fol-
I L'wmg desirable pie<*e« nf real estate:
r *_y»5 -.»ere»,
.. ............... north-ea*t «»f Jark«<m-
i x iile, nil g<M»d, tdlnble
barn and other outbuilding» on if. The
’<»<hwr farm, «lx mile« further, on the
I Fort Klamath road,containing IGO acre*.
, w ith ho’iv, barn ami other nutbuil !mg-
on it— an e\ee'lent Mock ranch.
Both pieces of property will be «old at
a low figure for rash in hand. Herr are
first rias* hareain* for «»niirbod v.
For lurthwr particular* apply to the
proprietor <»n the pla«*«-*
Il »RACE l:l< E.
English Remedy ! !
« a never failing
me for N» ivoum
’< Lilit \ , Ex 'muNied
Hj « imat-
«•rrl » a, L< M JW.
IIG< 'D. In>| < I» 1.« j t
FarRlvai»- «i.d all H »
ierribìo eff.-iN «»I &e»f
ALuso. Youthful lol
lies ami cxreaaaa of
maturer \ e^i >, Midi hm !<>«« of Memory,
La«*itii<h*, N<N*ttirnal h’mi««ion. uremon
v DimiieM» of \ iMon, Noi»»#*« in
. i ho I m * m (|. i he \ iu<i fluid |Ki*foii»^ iinob*»arv-
»*d in I he mine, ami tunny other <i ideane*
* that L*a<i toniMitiity hih I death.
Dr. Minile, ubo i» a regular gradii«ted
. Fbyfoirfafi, will agrar to forfeit (He liutid-
I r<Ml dot farà for h < »«*<* of t him kind 1 lie VI-
i I AL REST o RAT1\ E ¡under him »(•ecial
»dvico and tr"almenl) will imt rme for
■ an\ thing impure or injmi<»n« found in it.
i Dr. Minile it cm la n »I private d iNea«aa
’•Urce-Mully u it tuiiit Mercmy, ('«riiaulia-
I ! ion he<*. 'I hoi <>iigh <*xamination mid ad-
\ ice iiH'Indinu an>d\si«* ot m ine,
¡of \ ¡tai R ck I oid I ia e ?•» a faHlle, or four
I tin.e* th«* quantity for $10; M»nt I«» anr
| old if-*« upon rercipt of price, nr <\ <•.
D.. M*cure iH’in oL*ci vaturti hlld ill pri-
. vate name il <le**ii (*<l, I v
». •. mu » if . w. n..
II Hunrnt Blre«*l. Nun I rnitf'lum. « e|.
All < i lur«* L.r Hif*di< in«“» iiiiiM l»e ar-
I «*oinpa nied with S ! o! a u’ UH ! an'ce of good
I fait h ) u Lirh will lie dediu*ied u hen the
. package :*> *d«ipp<*d.
I 'i.. M i . n i. p .’- s l\ n> i \ R i mi ut , N kfr -
• m tn I’M. i in ♦
i. I kind» «it lx nfl^uy and
I. uld-r i '»fu;.: i id-, <>oiiojrhoFM. Gleet
and Ixii. ir|.. . . i «.! sii« by all driif-
HiRt-M. $! pci
th. (»1 six fa.ttie« lol
D r . M isti ».’* H am > i i . h » n 1*11.1.1» ara
hrlieat and < lii*a|«e»t J
r*ia and K il -
'PUF* UNDKRSlGNED OFFER FOR : tot » < tur* in ilit market, f or «ale bv all
I «ale I heir ranch, lying 20 Illi If* • InnrciNtN
unit hea«t of Jack«' oville in th vicin it v
H<»l'i.F, LAVIN »V 4’0., Portland, Or.,
J of Antelope creek and at ii <nintins to 40b I Wh<«ie»aie Agent«.
. acre« <»t desirable land. A great portion :
nf it I* under and *u«ceptible tn cultiva
tion, while I be balance ¡s g<»od meadow
i land, considerable ot it l»ring under fence.
: Theru are also a good dwclling-hnu^e,
No. 11 Kcamy St«
bar n and other outbuilding«, u ith plenty
¡of living water, etc., on it. It i« one of Treat» nil < HroMlr nn«l bpeeial dieeaa»»
the I»« at st«»ck ranches in the countv and
‘ will be «old at a bargain. ’Dlie firat-rla*«.
i F<»r further particular« apply to either«»! It ID» MAY BE sl FF! KING FROM
of youthful fol lie« or ia»
u« in ¡»er*on <»r bv letter directed toi'en-
di«**rrlion.«vill do well to avail lh«in»alvoa
I trai Point 1’ O., Jackson <’<».. < »rrgon.
11» sr>, me
tJ' © laid at lha
J. M. CIIILDERN.
| altar of suffering „2 humanity.
It. <’.<’KAI»I mm ’K.
---------- ..... Dk N firw
will guarantee 1<» forfeit
ery ease of >emilial Weakne«»» nr private
«I imuim ** ol any kind or character w lneh
he iindertnke« «nd fail« to cure.
1» m »: n .
There are many at (be a^r of lliiiUr tn
«ixiy w lio are tnoiblr«! w itli ton treqnent
evacuation* of the bladder, often accom
panied by a «lijflit «marling or burning
«enaatinn and a weakening of the system
in a manner tlie patient cannot aA*ount
Ev applvin^ ¡»ersonallv iU thè neare*4 for. On examining tlieiirinarv depoaiia
< ■M^olTHKMMiEK MANI FAI TFR a ropv «edimerit will often I«* found, and
I N< ì Co. (or by |«ostai card il al a < lista lire i » Momeliine« »-mail particle« of albumen
any aduli persoli will Le presente«! nidi will a|>pear, or the color will l^ot a thin
n beautiful Iv illusirat*d ewpy of a N> w rmikish hue,again changing tn a dark and
torpid ap|M»HrHii«*e. 'I'lwre are many men
w ho die ol tins difficulty, ignorant of the
GENIUS REWARDED. cau*H, whirli ia ihe M«*ond atage of Min*
inal weakne««. Dr. S. will guarantee a
fMTfect’cure in all such ca«ev«.and a hearty
re«toi'niion of ttie gen it«»-urinary organs.
office Hour«—into 4 and 6 toft. Snn-
<!•«v« from lh tn 11 . a . m . <'on«nltation free.
containing a banihotne and comtlv Meet Thorough r xamiiialiou and adi ice.
engraving frontispiece: also, 2* finely vn-
< all or addle««
Illi. ftriMWFV A « O .
gruved wood cut«, mid bound in an elab
No. II Kearny St., *an Franeiaee.
orate» blue and gold lithographed cuver.
No « barge whatever is made for II iin hand*
ran be obtained onlv
»"me book, which can
I b.vapplication at tin- branch and stibordi-
i liimr Maiiulaciuiii.g
llulllltuellllll i r |
nate ofilces of Tb« Singer
Free to Every Body!
A Beautiful Book tor the Asking!
Story of the Sewing Machine,
ziness, Cs.nv ti Isiuua, Nervous Headache,
Mental Repression, I,os. of Memory, Sper-
inatorrh.r«, Impotency, Involuntary •»mis
sions, premature old age, caused by over- READY FOR BUSINESS.
AT THE MEADOWS.
exertion, »«If abuse or over indulgenca.
; NGW FI LLY PRKPAKED TO which leads to misery, decay and death,
luinisli thè market u ith «very «leserip- (toe box w ill cure recent cases. Each hex
tion ot lumber of a sii|H*rior quality. contains one month’s treatment; one dollar
Tlii« null i« new throll*rhont am! furni«h- a I m . x , or six boxes for live dollars; sent by
<‘<1 wiih the lalesl and ijno«t improvod mad prepaid on receipt of price. tVe guar
iiiHohmerv, Ih» ip L v eiism ing the s|»<*e<ly antee six Isixes to cure any case. With
fnlfillimmt oi all otalcFK.jit nmst
each order received by us for six boxes, a<-
ble |»rnq,v. Bill« saw* id to order with
compacted with five dolfar«, we will .end
öJiivo nie a trial »nid I will provo the purchaser our written guarantee to re
NOW MANUFA(’TUIUNG A SU-
whall say, for «atislaetion i« guaianteod turn ttie money if the treatment decs not IS
1 perior quality ol flour.
i effect a cure. Guarantees issue.! onlv !»v
in <‘voi \ <•««»•.
. B. THOMAS.
are pre|»ared to do at! kinds of Cu«-
WOODWARD. ULAffKEA < O .
laLle Rock, Augii«! 2»», lx7’».
Wholesale an<i Retail Druggist«. I’ortland, I tom Work, in the way ot exchange of
flour for wheat, chopping* bed and
grinding corn. We have superior ma i
Orders by mail at regular prices.
chinery for manufacturing flour and we
feel safe in saying that wo can do letter
work than any mill in Rogue River
Rend for ox*
, Vai!r} .
In exchange, we will give for good,
ted Price-List I cl «»an wheat, .U» lbs. of flour and 9 lbs. of
inixod fee«l lor each bushel.
No. 80, for
MoKENZIE »t IoFDRAY,
Fall mm I Win
ter of 1881. Free to »ny rcl-lress. Con
J. B. THOMAS’ SAW MILL,
STEAM FLOURING MILL
MRS. P. P. PRIM S
ta ins full descriptitin uf all ¡nntboi goods
for person»! and family use. Wo deal
directly with the eonsumer, and sell all
gissls in any quantity at uhJunlr prieva.
A ou can buy better and chea[>er than a>
Great chance to make mon-
I JI ev. Tho*e who al way« take
1 UIUI m U ad vantage of the good than»
I ch « Tor making m<»»ev that! are ofTered,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW
generally become wealthy, while lhoi*e
mid complete slock of Millinarv good«,
who do ixht improve wurh idiance« remain
in poverty. We want many men, uo
men, b««ys »nd tfirb*. to wurk for iin right
HATS OF ALL STYLES.
in their hw »« lo<-Al«tiea. A’>y <’»»<• <•«»» <!<»
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
the work pr«q»erly from ‘Im firat Ktart.
w;ll pay more than ten
227 and 229 Wabiib Avenuc.Chicago.Ill
fime»* ordinary wage.«. Expensive outfit
furnished free. No one who engage^
fail« in make rnnnev rapidly. Yon m»i
your whole time to the.worB, or
your «pare momenta. Full infor
U ING TO FAILING HEALTH, THE
mation and all f hat is ne<*«le«l went free.
undersigned offers for isle the go..i- Adifreaa N tix - so .'V A Co., Portland, Me.
w ill of the Jacksonville Hotel, together with
»11 the accounts, fixtures, provision*, etc. I
will sell the whole »♦ * bargain sial snybolv
ORNAMENTS, SILKS. LACES,
desiring a £•>>«! hotel busin--«« wilt do well
OKN'ERAL ASSORTMENT OF
to call early.
A. 1>. MANION.
....I trees can be fourni at tlie
<1 in«* Greek Nurwery, ono and a half mile«
KST assortment n( bolts, screw», tire | nortbfUMt of Rock Pojni, winch will be I
»nd«-opper rivets, rasps, files, pinche , disposed of roa«< »nal»| v.
(’all and see them at the building for-
B. F. MILLER, IloeD Point, Or,
inrrlv occupied bv Dr. Rol»in«nn on (’al- or«, nipiK>ni, tonga and hammer«, al
Kock rolot, Nov.fi, IKS!.1
' Mit*. T. P. ¡’KIM.
Patent, Nov. 11.187»,
1'ItMlt, Nov. ». 1<WO.
HOUSE'S I.IJXTBO IIAI.VETM. BELT,
> Fir^ Ir-mm Sial, fir
rr*. Os, y
»M«»u« lulls».. S;S.»I* DMn-.BWU
vt iP VAN/ 1
AC e. I'... . And*, lb«
W TW» «mat n
I UllC CAIAlu,-M«. llundr«4».fr«M
W. J. HORNE, Prop. AtMonnTr.
!«•» Morkrt »LTlaa Fraa«teeo. <M.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of youthiul impruden«» caumnft J*mna-
ture Iicrav. Servos» T>Ubty. Lu»t Maubood. etc.
havfa" tried in vain ©very known remedy, hw d!»-
.xn-end a Fin^pl«' self cur»-, which bo will wod FKEJI
to ti« feUow-*uff< rer» *d«lru»i» al. M. MKKVBA.
43 < halliHiu M.. N. Y.
RIDLE Intta, Mtirriin*. rpurs, bamaa
toggle«. bucklcN ring«, awin, nea-
<lh*s mid thread, hairbrush«* and carry
JOHN. MILLKIU n .
/ U’T naifa, wrought naila, cleat nailar
\J lath nalla, finishing naila, fencing
naifa, hnrse-Mhne nail«, and iron and
at cel hnrae-shoes at JO UN M1LLWUH.