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T imes at the following rates:
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each subsequent one
I-egsl «dvertihcmrnta inserted reasonshly.
A fair reduction from the above ratea
made to yearly and time advertisers.
The T imm ' Job Office is mor» complet»
by far than any other in Southern Or»gnn.
sud compare» favorably aith any in the
Stat«. Job Printing of every imaginable
description done at San Fraucisco rates, ami
in a prompt and tirst-cUsa manner.
ano proprietin .
OFFICE — On Oregon Street, in Orth's
Rate« af AubspriptlvR :
One copy, per annum,. . .................. .. S3 00
six months, .................. ... 2 00
three months,.................. ... 100
CITY DRUG STORE,
J. R. TOZKK.
DALEY & GO.,
DRUGS, MEDICINES & CHEMICALS, THE BEST STYLE
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye-StuiTs,
Cheaper than E?er Before Offered
A. C. STANLEY. M. D„
r H Y s I I- I A N AND S U R G E O N
M. VROOMAN. M. D..
F H YS I C l VN A N D S U R G E O N
OPPI ’E - At residence on (’alifornia S*reet
G. H. AIKEN. M. D..
PHYSICIAN A N D S U R G KO N
Dffir«—On Ci'.IMrni:» »trect, opposi!« Un
ion Liverv Stable.
P H Y S I <' I A N A N I» S U It G KO N
laite of Glasgow, Scotland. Otile« an<i
drug-ator« on the Drake farm.
JAS. SPENCS, M.
oi Every Kind.
New Saddler Shop,
P JACK. M D
nOM EOP ATI! IC PII YSICI AV,
Sargrouaa l Ob«tetric’.na.
Be»d Irnrp, at th« junrtinn of Illinois riv-
ar, Sucker and \ Ithouse creek«. 1*. <>.
J. W. ROBINSON, M D„
P H Y H I C I A N A N D H U R « BO N ,
OFFICE—In Mr«. (Mining'« building.
Call» promptly attended to, day and
P. P. PRIM.
ATT<MINEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Will practice tn all the Coarts of the State,
office in Mn. MrCiillv'w biiildlntt, cor
nar of ('alifornia *nfi Fifth «treetM.
A rroRNKT * COUNSELOR AT-LAW,
^Will practice in all the Conrt» of the State.
Prompt attention given to all buxine«»
enlraated to my care.
DR. GEO. KAHLER.
jP H Y SIC IAN «SURGEON,
XiUea.ee of women and children a »pecial-
ty. Calls promptly attended to, day or
Ofllc« at Drug Store.
J. A. CHASTAIN, M. D.,
pn YHICÏAN AND SURGEON,
Take« pleasure In announcing to the eiti-
x«n« of Phomlx, Ashland and «nrround-
ing «smntrv that he has permanently
Inedted at Phoenix, for the practice of
grfrcalfe promptly attended at all honrs,
day <>r uigho
Office and professional room, in Orth’s
•dock, first room« at head of stairs, ad
joining TlMKUofilce. Residence, oppo
Specially, operation» in surgery and
treatment of chronic diseases. Office
bolli«, afternoon, from 2 to fi.
For Co. Commissioner.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCES
I him»«lf M»n in<lepcndent candidate for
('•otnty CommiMioner at the enauing elec
tion, »object to the votes of the citixene of
Jackson eonntjr. My platform ie economy
P. N. FICKE.
flXHIS PAPER may be found on file at
I Geo. P. Rowell A Co.’» Newspaper Ad
vertising Bureau (10 Spruce St I. where ad-
vertieing rontrset» may be made for it tn
LETTER EROM PORTLAND
ANOTHER CHINESE ) A'/./.
We dip the following from the
A corresijondant of the T imes ,
The plaiiirlcak'r gives the (»•!«
\('hica<jo li'et’kly A’« «fx, the pnjK'r lowing list of patents awaiting their
under a late date, writes:
And now comes a correspondent i which the Sentinel 1ms been giving owners at the Roseburg Land Office,
—TO GET YOUR —
A. P. HOT ALIN G Sc CO..
of tho Standard ami charges Ear-' as a premium to its subscribers. It to-wit:
hart and Hirsch with having al is a fair sample of the Republican : ./ael.son Connly II. Rice, .Sara'l.
Architects, Builders Sc Gen lowed Mr. B«x thby, Superintendent J sentiment on the Chinese question: ■ Rozell. Rosa Reilly, A. F. Rags
of the Insane Asylum, the sum ofj “The attempt to pass the Chinese dale, L. Reese, J, Q. Smith, G. W,
Fine Wines and Liquors.
eral W ood-workers.
----- DEALERS IN------
sx per day as such superintendent bill over the President's veto failed, Stowell, J. Sturbrick* Jacob Smith,
Sola Agonts for tli«
— DONE IN —
OREGON. while on a visit two months last as it should. It is noticeable that j Slagle, Wm. Sonson, W. F. Wilk
J. II. CUTTER
Winter in California. The Stand the manly courageof the President | inson, O. Weare,
G. W. Apgar, . T.
ard in publishtRg this charge gave1 in meeting the demagogy that wasj J. Allen, Ed. Brooks, Thus. Bick-,
notice to Mr. Earhart that its col back of this bill by his veto, is more, J. \V. I Barkdeil, Mark Con-
— AND AT—
FURNITURE umns were open for him to deny the meeting the almost universal en-1 ger, A. J. Cook, Jos. Clift, M. I),
And W. J. Lamp's St. Louis Beer.
charge; but he remains silent It 1 dorsement of tho press of the coun Childers, Wm. Contner, A. D. Carl,
Gentral Agruts for Stale lnreitmeni Imur- Perfumery
will he seen that these charges are! try. That Denis Kearney and the ton, W. Croxton, Henry DeVis, A.
BORING, sjiecifie and direct, that they aro hoodlums of the
Pacific coast Darneille, J. M. Fountain, B. F.
I Turning and Moulding of every de pointed out with great jiarticulari- should ever possess a following
— 14 AT—
Gitchell, Ed. Graupner, W. H.
NEW STATE SALOON, TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS & BRACES,
Theentire Finishing Material of build- ty, and many Republicans are open-'' strong enough to pass such a bill Hamlin, T. J. Howard, F. L. John
I ihga of every class ready to go up or ly saying that if they do not deny as the Chinese bill was is simply a son, AV. G. Knighton, A. E. Kin .
Cor. California A 3d St».,
readv for occupancy furn tailed, if deaired,
and dis]x>se of these charges they wonder. The pretended basis of caid, J. Loomis, C. W. Leake, J. J,
; at prices that defy competition.
Flans and drawings in elevation t n<l will openly vote against them. It is the bill was that the Chinese were Lacy, L. B. L*vw, T. Miller, M. A.
'detail of Cottage and Villa atcliitecture, whispered around among many that not wanted here, and if not wanted Miller. Thos. Mee, FL B. McKee,
' lencee, ^atesand out-buildings,with s|>ec-
McDoldt, S. E. Morrison, J. K.
I ifleationa and bills of material, fumiahed some damaging disclosure has been they should not la* permitted to
on ahort notice to parlies flnuliy procur- made with reference to the manner come. But the perfect answer to Moore, F. M. Miller, Wm. Oliver,
Lamps Sc Chimneys.
rpiITS FAVORITE RESORT HAS
; ing us to construct the s ime.
1 lately been thoroughly renovated
nil this is that if they were not P. N. Oviat, S. Oister, A. Owen, O,
Picture 1.'Kies, window cornice, man- in which Earhart and Hirsch have
and »locked with »complete assortment
: tels, wainscoting, winding or straight managed swamp land matters. As wanted they would not la> employed E. Rose. A. Rummell, J. H. Knut
of the finest wines, liquors and cigars in
Maircasos with rails fitted, a specialty.
the market. Th« celebrated Thistle Dew
members of the board of State Land when they did come; but not an in zen, J. B. Rodgers, J. Rotcn.
Particular attention paid to Undertak
whisky is kept constantly on hand here.
Commissioners, they have sold stance shown where a Chinaman is
Josephine CoHnh) H. Boat, M.
A first-class billiard-tab.e is also con
boors, aash, moulding, etc., kept many thousand acres of swamp out of employment. The fact is they Chapman,J. H. Haulcum, H. Simp
I ND EVERYTHING TO BE FOUND
nected with the house, ami the reading-
constantly on hand.
table will always be supplied with the ;\ In a well-appointed drug «tore. All
land to Hen. Owen, “the Swamp are needed and find employment as kins. M. D. Tolin, R. M. Thompson,
Business correspondence promptly at
latest ami choicest periodicals, newspa goods selected with care and warranted
Angel,” contrary to law, as their! soon as they land. Tho real basis G. W. Wimer. J. W. York, G. W.
as represented. We offer the above line
pers, etc. Give me a call.
aving rentedthe shop for - i tended
Otfic^ and ware rooms at factory.
selection has not been confirmed by of the bill was that the Irish anti Yokum, Chas. Agee, T. A. Fountain,
nierly occupied by Jacob Meyer, in
DALEY Â CO.
Jacksonville, Sept. 21, 1881.
‘ rear of I*, boiiegan*» blacksntithsuop, I
the Commissioner of tho (»eneral other lalx»rers with whom the Chi L. B. G. Hall, T. (i. Harmon, J. A.
take this tneaiiM ot informing the public
Land Office. This leave the im nese compete are not content to Hawke, D. L. Hopkins, J. I^nin-
that I am now prepa>e<J to do
In Southern O reg-in. Terms, cash or on
pression that they are silent mem conqiete with them, because they ger. J. G. Lanterman. R. Murrnv,
Eagle Sample Rooms, Special
AM. l&IXD» OF WORK
bers of a huge swamp lan«l ring. desire to control the rude lnlxir H. A. McDaniel, H. Miller. Delia
Prescriptions ncc urate) yrco tn pound
I in iny line in firat-clnss *tvle and it prices
The prospects of carrying the State market They want to do the same Noland, W. H. Obm . J. M. Payne,
ed al *1! hour*.
C alifornia S tufet ,
Cor. t'ai. A Oregon St».,
K. IL WIMER, Druggist. ♦ to amt tiie times. Vehicles of all kinds
brighter each day. Mr. Fen labor the Chinese du and get a P. R. Pratt. W. A. Rumley, T. W.
made to order. Repairing a specialty.
OREGON ton is making hosts of friends every larger price for it. This is all there Ree«l, J. W. Stock Larger, G. W,
*>ve me a trial. Satisfaction guar- JACKSONVILLE,
J. s. HIGINBOTHAM.
where. He has large and attentive is of it. The whole anti-Chinese Sturgeon, D. Shechsn.
Jacksonville, July 28, 138L
audiences that are esjieeially de movement .is run ami engineered in i Persons claiming patents must
ONE BUT THE CHOICEST AND Consolidation of HOIK!E. SNELL A CO.,
lighted with him and many Bepubli-1 the interest of those who desire to urrender duplicate receipts, if in
.„•Mt Winos, Branditi», Whiski«» and i
and T. A. DAVIS A CO.
Keep* constantly on band » tuli *n»ort- cans among these will vote for! control the labor market. This the their jHtssession or can beobtaine«t
him in preference to M. C. George, President haHdisapproved with his of those in possession of them; but
■neu of furniture, conaiMing ef
DRINKS, 12’» CENTS.
veto, and if those who are unwilling I if the duplie.ite receipt is lost, de
the pet of corporations.
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—It
to conqiete with “Chinese cheap stroyed or beyond the claimant's
don't pay, ......
that our chances for a majority in lalxir” will improve themselves and control, an affidavit accounting for
in my line cen always be anpplied with
02 A 91 FRONT ST..
T. B. Higinbotham. Prop'r.
th« purest and be-l to be found on the
the legislature are improving daily. make themselves capable, of doing' its absence, that the elaiment is the
Coast. (Jive in« a call, ami you will bo
Although I haH> lived in Oregon I something better than the lalxir! present owner of the land patented
for many years, I have never seen they engage in they will not only and that the affidavit is mada for
’CHE SUBSCRIBER TAKES PLEAS.
STANDS, SOFAS LOUNGES,
I tin* in announcing to the citizen« of
so many division.-}, dissatisfactions improve themselves but add to their the pui'ixise of securing patents
I’X'jlo Point and snrroun<ling country
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS
ami bickerings among Republicans value as laborers. There is hardly for the same. By observing tho
ICE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND that he lias opened a wagon shop nod in
ll a ooiuplete »lock of
now prepared to do .all work in Ids line
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS on their county tickets. In this a paper in his own partv that «Lx's aliove instructions, parties desiring
promptly ami in the BILST STYLE, at
county a movement is on foot, head-; not warmly endorse th«* President's patents will save themselves much
rt*HN<ifiahle rate'«. A fair »hare of thw
ed by many leading Republicans, to veto, and certainly none with any trouble and delay in get tug thaap
public patronage ii noli died.
- Proprietor. PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES «^ SatlstM<*tion g mt rant »*e< I.
put an Indejiendent Republican i influence with the party has strong-!
J. T. F3233S,
W. F. B enjamin , Register.
Also Door«. Saxhand Blinds al way« on
T. B. HIGINBOTHAM.
It is evident that
hand and mad« to order. Planing done ticket against the ring Republican ! ly denounced it.
on reason»bl«» term«.
the President does his own think-
C has . A. B ali , n well-known
X-ir Undertaking a «imeialty.
ss. P. HANNA.
In Washington county an Indo ing, and his first veto of a bill that member of tlie legal fraternity of
'HUE RAIL WILL ALWAYS BE KEPT
aupplind with the choicest brand*
pendent ticket is already in the passed with so strong a majority j Portland, w as found dead last w eek
of wines, liquor* and c'^ara. while th« Glassware, Window Glass
field, which gives Democrats a go«xl shows that lie is independent when in a mom over a ('hiuese store on
leading papers ol the f’oa*»! and th« ilhi*
PAINTS. OILS AND
trated press ti av I»« found on th« read
chance of getting one or more mem-: he knows he is right”
Second street. When discovered,
ing-iabl*. An elegant billiard table from
bera of the legislature. In Yarn-1
he was lying on his side on a bed
Brunswick, Balke «V Co.’s manufuHors
R eply from S enators (I rovlh and his face against the covering
hill county the Republican county
has lately t»onn addo I fobie saloon.
A frieudlv call from tho pubii«* i* snlie
ticket is so unpalatable to Repub ANDSi.vrEK. The following reply and blcKid issuing from his me.nth
N CRONEMILLF.R’S BUILDING. IS
J. T. FOBBED.
in receipt of a full assortment of mate
licans that many of them predict was received from Senators Grover and nostrils. He had evidently
al and j r<»pared to do all work in his
its utter defeat. In Marion county and Slater to the dispatch sent them been dead fot several hours. The
n« on short notice and in a workman-
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. E3<
k« manner. Vchiules of every descrip-
there is such dissatisfaction as to by order of the Democratic State body was taken charge of by the
nn mad« to orde.» Term? reason .ole
justify your corresjxinilent in th«' Central Committee:
coroner, who held an inquest. The
id saii>fa<*tion Kbarantwod.
aving rented ed . smitifsoli »
W ashington , D. C., May 12. ISS‘2. testimony showed that Ball went to
Cor. California «V Oregon <m., Jacksonville
jriT Bepnirmg a speciali?.
pfiT Sole Agent*» for Oregon for the <•«•’
-'.Mml, au.l pr<»enip«i « good Mipply prediction that part, at least, of the
S. P. HANNA.
XHEKr bU\ which
<»f luruhcr of m H kind*. I am now pr«- Democratic ticket will be elected. Hon. Al. Xrilter, ('han inon of the place late the evening lie fore
kills Tick*, Lice and all parasites on
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parntl to execute everj description of
HENRY PAPE. Eaglne«r.
I< 'entrai ( 'oinniiltei. of to see the party occupying the room
sheep, and k n suro cure for screw-worm,
work in my line, plwin and ornniuenbi’,
scahand foot rot. Circular sent on npj»li-
with di«p«trh and at very reMnonnhle
on business. He was considerably
We thank you for vour congrat under tlie influence of liquor at the
iale*. SatinfMciion gn.uantcod in eveiy acts and outrages of the Republi
THROUGH PICKETS, I2| C ent «
can party are living issues, and have ulatory telegram on behalf of the time and on entering the room he
Undertaking a specialty. I will
keep on bant! a aupplv ot readr-made I not been settled by acquiescence. Democracy of Oregon on the pass threw himself on the lied. An ef
Give me a trial and judga for Th«' .1 nierican, at Philadelphia, re age of the bill restricting Chinese
pHOICK WINES, LIQUORS AND CI-
CARL BROWN. ' marked last week that the issues immigration to our ooast. The fort was made to arouse him. but
\ ) gars constantly on hand. Th« read
he refused to move or respond, and
Jacksonville, Jnne 2V, 1831.
ing table Is also supplied with Easter.)
« arising out of th«' war were settled, Dmnocratic party here was the lie was left to sleep off the effects of
■■■!■. I I ,
.1 ■ —
periodical» ami leading papers of the
an«l that the settlement was acqui working force which secured the the liquor.
When an nttempt waa
esced in, Ac. If simply the con favorable result. The bill which made to arouse him in the morning
and Stage House
flict of arms was referred to, there was matured under Republican di lie w.is found dead. The jury re
Criterion Billiard Saloon
was ground f«>r the remark; but if rection was practically worthless.
turned a verdict of dentil by as
Cor. Cal. A Third Sts.,
aving openeboct a nexvsad - (Old “NATIONAL,’* Established 18Go.) referenc«* was ha«l to the jxditical
Democratic amendments, forbid phyxia. Mr. Ball has been suffering
f»ppr»*«ite Masonic Hall, I am fqlly pre
Front Street, bet. Washington & Alder, questions relative to the conduct of «ling Chinese naturalization and ex from asthma for sometime anti was
tn do anv work in my line with
the Republican party, then it is a cluding Chinese skilled lalmrers afraid to sleep alone for fear of
prnmptne**s and dispatch. Will keep on
great mistake. W hile that party and miners, were stricken out by suffocating. Slaiulard.
McDaniel & Caton, Proprietors
hand a good assortment of Saddles, Bii A. I*. ARMSTRONG.................... Principal.
filos, Harneas, Bits, Spurs, etc. None J. P. WESCO.............. ,Penman and Sec’y. remains in power its maladminis the Rei^blican majority of Senate
’ll A DA ME HOLT. PROPRIETRESS but th« b«*»t California leather usod.
tration of the Government and out Committee on Foreign Relations.
Al of tlu U. S. Hotel, Jacksonville,
T he T ruth or I t . This is what
Job work a sp«<’ialty and prices to suit Designed for the ■Inwinesw f dnciillonof rages must be living and continu- They were reinstated by the solid
THIS POPULAR RESORT, UNDER respectfuily invites puhlic attention in the times. Give me a trial.
both Mfim, tettident«« Vlmlticd
.S'. E. .4 rgonaul. a rabid Repub
I the new management, is fttrn.ahing general to the fact tlint »11» keeps an A 1
ing issues. The breaking up and
on any wcek-finy
TH US. I. KENNEY.
jiHjicr says: The numl>er of
the beat brand» of liquor», wince and house in every particular— tiratela««
AO EX AMI A ATI«» X ON F.X I I.RING.
repudiation of the old and estab >ern Republican Senators. Vigorous
cigar«. The reading table is »applied tablesand bedrooms »nd all accommo
United States senators
lished land-marks of the constitu
with Eastern periodical« and leading pa dations to make the hotel the most supe
per» ot theCoeat. Give ns a call.
RATES OF TUITION: .
rior one in Southern Oregon. Madsme
tion cannot bo tacitly s«*ttled and strained the approval by the Presi who are unwilling to declare Chi
nese ineligible to citizenship aro
M c D aniel a caton . Holt has adopted the lowest scale of
SCHOLAR^!! 11*, Business Course.*.
L. F. (iROVER,
acquiesced in until popular gov dent
price», so as to enable her numerous
I ELE<«R A 1*11 Y, Complete < ’onrt«.... . 2>
twenty-six. Their names are as
friends on the Pacific ( oast to share her
FORWARDING A COMMISSION AGENT WRITING, per month........................... .. «
follows: Aldrich, Allison, Antho
THE CITY BREWERY comforts and pleasure.
people arc utterly destroyed beyond
ny. Blair, Conger. Davis of Illinois,
Ths foliowing price-list has been adopl-
— ItT —
edt First-class bedroom, with ftrst-elsss
Dawes, Frye, Hale, Harrison, Haw
Ofell k inda done In Ilio most AUTIS man who thinks that danger is over Mootlv, Republican candidate for
table (lor «ingle person) ?2 00 per day;
TI« Ml'A» Il at Rt.AteOa ARIxi:
Hoar, Ingalls. Kellogg. Igqv
»ingle liedroom. with excellent table, (for
VEIT S C H U T Z.
and everything/Mtled w hen th«' po-
ICATIl^i. hr.nd lor csIlniHle.
single person) $i 00 per day; one good
M< Dill. McMillan, Miller of
erchants of J acksonville
litical elements are in commotion, ence at Roseburg recently and ex New York, Morrill, l’lntt. Plumb,
meal, superior to an v that can lie had in
and their very foundations are
R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN- town. 50.- ; finest lunch, at any time, (day
Kosehuig will find it to their advatvag«
f'trrn» the citizen« of Juckaonville or night) 25c.; a cup of coffee, with excel
“1 mn glad that 1 have come. 1 , Rollins, Saunders, Thayer, Van
crumbling beneath his feet, must lx*
« ontniiiinc InloruinMon <»f < our*#.
lent bread ami butter, al any iline, (day to shin through this house. Ample war«-
and surroundingeountrv that lie is now
Wyck, and Windom Cameron of
Nd«l rni- of OltVim WTAL
singularly equable and unobservant am gl:i«l to see how well you have
manufacturing, and will eonxtantly keep or night) 12Sc.
Mill’, fr<;e. AthlreoR.
on hand the very Itext of Ijtger Beer.
iof current events an«l living issues. received the nominations made by Wisconsin, Chile«itt of Col< radoand
4. !• .4 IIHSTROX«.
References: S. MarkN A Co., J. C. Floed,
Those wishing a cool glass oi bwr »iiould
the Republican convention in Port Miller of California voted to nre,
G. Haynes, Roseburg.
give me a call.
Mark your goods: Care of IT. L. M ,
land on the‘Jtlth of April. Owing vent Chinese naturalization. Tho
'Sift- I cheerfully recontincnd the pres
names of Don Cameron of Pennsyl
«•"Highest cash price paid for Wool, ent management of the Portland Busi lowing, coming from a Republican to tho agreement which 1 have with ' vania. l.oganof Illinois, John Sher
muritiETOR or tiir
ness College. Mr. Armstrong, whom I source, the Albany Herald, may be the Democratic nominee for Gov
Iliile«, peer «kins ami Furs.
hnve known fo> many years, Is an ex
H. L. MURTON.
ernor, we hain't neither of us to man of Ohio, and Edmunds of Ver
perienced Teacher and a 1‘raptical Busi regarded as rather complimentary
CITY BAKERY AND SALOON,
make speeches during the cam mont, are conspicuously absent.
of our candidate for Congress:
They either paired or d<nlge«l. All
Hon. W. D. Fenton made a goo«l paign. You will, therefore, have; the Democratic senators present
Is M asonic B uilding ,
President old •‘National” College.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE
impression in his speech at the to excuse me from making a sjieech;. voted to, prevent Chinese naturali
court house here on Saturday last, but I will say that 1 hope to be
Oregon Street. Jacksonville ST. MARY’S ACADEM Y,
zation Will not this vote be right
i That is, if he did not succeed in glad to see how well you w ill in fully construed as evidencing tho
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE
convincing Republicans of tho er- dorse the nominations on the 5th of
I sires t<» inform the public that they
intyntiou of the Republican party
aro now prepared to fill all orders for THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES
■ ror of their political ways, he did
confer the privilege of citizen
This is truly a wonderful combi
cakes, pieaNno bread of every description.
i succeed in convincing them that he
ship ujkin Asiatics?
Also have afull assortment of cracker* mllE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS !
IS MANUFACTl RING
I is a gentleman, and intends to con-
' of all kinds. We will keep
1 school will commence about the end
i duct the details of the campaign in and liecoming a great statesman.
of August, aivl Is divideii in four ses- I
Tur. Sacramento Hee, n Republi
, a straightforward,
gentlemanly We wonder if he slept soundly af
A Lunch House,
sion», of eleven weeks each.
can paper, candidly admits that
where a good lunch and a cup of coffee Board and tuition, per term.............. ^tO.OO FLANNELS,
many Republicans were depressed
■ jxjssessed of over average ability,
California Street, Jacksonville Ogn. <nn be had at an v tin e ot tlie day or night. Bed and Bedding...................................... 4.00
Drawing and painting.................. !......... s.00 1
< >vaters in every style.
B y Judge Lonl’s decision one- by thereto of the Chinese bill “only
Piano,............................................... .......... 15.«Ml I
P. s. — Fresh bread everyday.
JOHN MILLER, Proprietor.
; of a State campaign will bring him linlr of the public roads of this because of the bind effect the veto
Entrance fee, only onco,...................... 5.<M) ’
Highest cash price peid for conn
to the front in the Democratic State were declareil null ami void. I would have upon the party ami
SELECT DAY’ SCHOOL.
This entnile«! a heavy expense upon ; their own future operations.” Tho
Primary, per term,...',............................ | 6.00
AND HOSIERY ranks, and probably redound to his
CITY BARBER SHOP
■ the people of the State, for in order. San Francisco ('all, another Re
I to render their roods legal public publican paper, frankly makes tho
Pupils are received at any time, and i or the Best Native Wool.
highways they will have to get up followingadmission: “Itiaof very
' special a'tenttan is paid to particular stud-
' ie« in behalf of children who have but
in regard to the railroad building, I new petitions, hnve viewers and little use. for Républicains to at
LINKVILLE, LAKE COUNTY,
| limited time. For further particulars ap-
anymore than that work is progress ' surveyors appoint««!, and thus re-. tempt to convict Democrats of in
ply »♦ the Academy.
ing right along without interrup locate their roads anew, as though sincerity in their action on the Chi-
With the exception of a few they had never ln?en established as I nose bill. The fact stands out that
HE UNDERSIGNED IS FULLY
and some dressing up, the ' roads. Lawyers say they have nev if the Republicans ha«l supported
prepared to do all jvork in hi» line
RDERS FROM A DISTANCE WILT.'
in the best manner and at reasonable
ready out as far as the 1 er been able to see the force of the the bill with anything like the uua-
receive prompt attention. GIVE OL’R
riUIF. UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS- ,
IGOQUS A TRIAL.
reasoning of the court in that de I r.imity the Democrats displayed,
house, 8 miles south
1 nr« in »iiiioiiiicing that be lias taken
I the vetoed bill would have l>ecome
rharK« "f tin» hull»« and that the tnan-'
Roseburg. Men ntul teams
»ketnent will bo first-class in every par- | Hides, Skins and
8 law in spite of tho President’s ob-
ASHLAND WOOLEN MILLS.
ADMIN1SI RATOR-8 NOTICE.
ticular. The table will always be sup
They cannot atone for
work on the grade. The (pefrk of
In the matter of the estate of Mary A plied wit i the r*»t the market affords.
W. II. ATKINSON, Secretary-
p«-r 'erm» reasonable and satislaclion HUIE UNDERSIGNED IVIT.L PAY
curving the rails was begun last get up next? The New York Her- their hostility to a strong bill by a
yVOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT guaranteed. No pain.« »pared to meet the I the ’highest CASH PRICE for l>eef
week, and tracklaying will begin nW is authority for tlio hiatement little eleventh-hour zeal for a wcjik
Lx the undersigned ha» been appointed wants ut the traveling public.
1 hides, deer»kins, all kind's of furs, etc.
Blasting at that “»ligitateil stockings are com I one.” --------
j« 1 lie great ><>uili Aiiicru-an Remedy. sometime next month
I He will pay
by the County Court of Jackson county. I
The most no-itive etire known tor the different points
being pushed j
(Vregon, sitting in ProKite, Administrator of,
stocking must be one with five toes,
the estate of Mary A. Chambers, «leceased. i
45 CENTS CASH
Jacksonville Gran?e >o. 1«, P. of H..
■yy Inal Weakno»», lz>«t Manhood and forward with al! jossible dispatch,;
All persons indebted to said estate are rs- '
the trip taken by
gno<! (Inor'iktnM. Give me a cal! before JtS Kidney Diseases. Price $1 per hot and the work across the South
quested to settle the same immediately, and Holda its regular meeting« every two i going elsewhere.
those having claims against the estate will week* at the residence of J. N. T. Nfiller.
P. N. FICKE,
,*L Correspondence answered promptly.
dict wrestling with a pair of those valley last week was for the pur
C. MINGUS, Master.
present them with the proper vouchers at
City Market, Jacksonville, Or.
A nnie M ieleh , Secretary.
the residence of the undersigned, near Jack-
and the road will no doubt ba at things when the baby has been tak pose of trying to obtain some clue
DR. WILLARD A CO.,
sonville, Oregon, within six months after
220 First St., ‘'ortland, Oregon, Riddleburg as soon as contemplat en suddenly sick and he has to go to the whereabouts of the persons
1UT nail», wrought nails, <
the first publication of this notice.
p. o. Box a«.
for the doctor! Digitated—non who murdered Deputy Sheriff
D and ">1
rivets, ra»ps, me»,
ed. — Pla int Ic air r.
) lath nail«, finishing nails,
fencing i 1 ; *'
GEO M LOVE.
. rmw, * r».p»,
sense' Better chalk your heels nnd Tziwis at Linkville in March laat
OIL«.-, VARNISII. GLASS)
Jons Mil I EK'S. ' nXINTS,
SuRccniBE for the T imes .
go without stockings
His efforts were unsuccessful.
and putty at
Uated May 12, 188?.
E. C. L ord ,
A. P. H otaling ,
25 Front St.,
42V Jacknon St.,
DRUGS, MEDICINE ETC.
WINES AND LIQUORS
S tatc or Oaxoos—U. 8. Seuxtori, L
F. (trover, .1. H. Slater; C^ngrestinan, M
C. Gtorge; Governor, W. W. Thayer; Sec
retary of State, R P. Earhart; State Treaa-
wrer. K. Hireeh; State Printer, \V. H. 0<lell;
9wparmtentlent of Public insiruetion, L. J.
PoWdil; Supreme Judge*, W. P Lord,
Uhief Justice, K. B Wateon, J B Waldo
F ib * t J udicial D istrict —Comprieing
Jaekam, Josephine and Lake cuuntie*—Uir-
•titt Judge, H K. Hanna; Prosecuting At
torney, T. B Kent.
J ackson C ounty -«Senator, John K Roes;
Representative*. Thos .Smith, A. C. Stanley;
Cwauty Judge, .Silas J Day; Commieaionere,
Robt A Cook, A Alford; Clerk, Henry
Klippel: Sheriff. Win. Bybee; Treasurer,
Henry Pape; A*eea*nr, Thoe. K Nichol*;
School Superintendent, Jas. D. Fountain;
Surveyor, James Jeffery; Coroner, Veit
Jo,*«rniNi Cor ntt —Senator, J. B Si
fers Repre*entative, J. B
‘County Judge, T. F
sioner*, Henry Kelly. Jas. Neeley; Clerk.
F. M. Nickerson; Sheriff, John Taylor;
Treasurer, Wm. Naucks; Assoasor, T. G.
Patterson; School Superintendent, C. N.
L akk (B ounty - Joint Senator. N. H
•Gates of Wasco; Representative, Orson A.
Steam*;County Judge, J. S. Watt; Commis-
sioner*. G. H. Penland. U. F Abshier; (’lerk,
R R Hatten; Sheriff. J. L. Hanks; Treas
sirer, A McCallan; Assessor, Win, Tullock;
Scheel Superintendent, J. Il Clayton.
Jai'KSONViLLK -Trustees, T. G. Reames,
President, K D Foudray, K Kubli. J. S.
Howard, P. N Ficke; Recorder. J. Nuuan;
Treaeurer. H. Pspe; City Marshal, C.
Sahultz; Street Commissioner, R S Dunlap.
A shland —Trustee*, H. C. Hill, James
Thornton. Jacob Thompson. I. W. Burris,
Wm. Harris; Recorder, A V. Gillette;
Treasurer, Henry Norton; Marshal, S. D
MEETING OF COURTS. ETC.
The .Supreme Court of Orcg«m meets at
Salem, regular terms coininunemg on the
first Mondays in March and October.
Circuit Court for Jackson county meets
the second Monday in February, June ami
November; for Josephine county, the fourth
Monday in April and October; tor Like
enanty. the fourth Monday in Septeinlwr
For Jackson county, the County Court
meets to transact civil business on the first
M ♦•iidav, for Probate the first Tuesday,
while the County Commissioners’ meet the
first Wednesday every month; for Josephine
oeunty, the first Monday in January, April,
July and September; for Like county, every
alternate month, coinmenumg th* first Mon-
day m F •brutry.
.JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY #T, 1882
THE U. S. HOTEL
H. L. MURTON,
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THE HOST REASONABLE RATES.