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Saturday, - -.- - Atcul 19, 1873.
Thf following namnl peru are MithorittJ to act J
Agtnti for this paper in tlie plan camei
1P FISHER. SO and SI New JUrchioU" Exchange,
S.M.PKTTElkGIl.1. AKU 3T Park Row. KE1V
YORK, and 10 State etreet, BOSIOS.
ALBERT MESET. (uMor to Hudson t Medet,
SI Park Sow, J.EW YOKK.
UEt. P. RUWELL & CO., 41 rark r.ow.NEVV
CITY AND COUNTY.
Board, of Trustees.
Proceedings of the regular meeting,
Tuesday evening, April 15th:
The Board convened at the usual
hour, and all the members found pres
ent. Minutes of the prcviqus meeting
read and approved.
The Committee on Public Improve?
raenls, having under charge repairs of
town property, reported progress. ,
The Committee to whom was referred
the petition of Sclmmpt and forty sevdn
others, praying that some action be
taken by the town authorities tprjr
move Chinese nuisances on Ma"in
Etrect, not being ready to report, asked
further time, which was granted.
The finance Committee asked fur
ther time to examine the bills before
R. S. Dunhp, Sexton, submitted his
nniiual report to the Board. The same
Was Wad, accepted and ordeied placed
on file. The report shows the receipts
of the Cemeirry Fund for the car to
lie &115 00: expenses. S? CO. The
Sexton in his uport says. some tin
proveincnts lie has been recommending
the past year arc now being attended
to, and he urges the absolute uceeily
of having posts or other means used to
protect the gracs from being run
over by horses, vehicles., etc.
The Recorder informed the Board
that ho had completed the road tax
list and delivered it to the Street
Commissioner, as ordeied.
The Marshal repoited to the Board
the names of persons he had employed
as night watch after tho great fire.
The matter of compensation was lift to
tho Board, and it was ordered that
50 per ( night be paid. "Warrants
vvcro odi'red in fijvor of .J&L ljRfu,
two dajs, $5 00; M. J tSpatiljiinr,
2 50; Cumniings, 2 50; Prank
Krause, $2 50; Ad.im Smith, 2 50;
Asbury, ?2 50 ; II. Johnson, $2 50;
Thos. Gainini, &2 50; Thos. Gaston,
6,2 50; .. Hendrrson, 32 50; J. Gray.
$2 50; V. J. Berry, 2 50; II. Wal
ters, ij,2 50; iS. Herliug, 2 50; John
Dick, $2 50; G. P. Fitz, J.2 50; Ka
naker George, 62 50; M. K. Fletcher,
2 50; M. D. Short, $2 50; P.tt. Mo
Mahon, 2 50. Total amouut, $52 50.
Liquor licenses were granted to
AVintjen and Helms, C. W. Savage, II.
Pape, John Wallers, Jno. Xokind, and
licenses ordered to issue to each upon
the filing of proper bonds and Treas
urer's receipts, as required by ordi
nance. Mr. Helms suggested the appoint
ment of an attorney for the town, and
nominated II. K. Hannah. The mit
ter, alter some rcmirks of member.',
was deferred to the next meeting.
Board then adjourned.
Tub Kci.icr Concents. The con
certs for the relief of the sufferers by
the late fire are meeting with great
success. The receipts of the first
(Thursday) evening were $1S1 50
135 00 from the entertainment and
$4G 50 from the supper provided by
the ladies. The entertainment s-eemed
to please the t audience throughout.
On account of the early hour of going
to press, wc are unable to give any
particulars of last night's entertain
ment. As this is the last evening,
turn out. And don't forget that the
ladies will furnish you an elegant
supper for the moderate sum of 50 cts.
Mass Mjektimj. There will bo a
mass meeting at the Court House in
Jacksonville on Tuesday, April 22d, at
13 o'clock si., for the purpose of ex
pressing the indignation of the citizens
of JackVon county at tho recent cow
ardly measures of tho Peace Commis
sion, and to adopt some method for
the protection of the settlements on
the frontier. Some action is necessary
in the matter, as the murderous Modocs
have escaped Irom the lava beds and
are loose among the settlements.
Volunteers. Governor Grower has
issued an order to Gen. Ross to raise a
company, of Mounted Militia, for the
purposelpf protecting the settlers in
the Lake country against the Modocs,
who arejiow at large. Those enlisting
are requested to furnish their own an
iraal, saddle, bridle, etc.
Petkus' Musical Mo'sihiy.
This periodical standi at tbe head of
the musical publications of the coun
try. It gives much fixate space to
music than any of its competitors.
In fact, it contains all the popular mu
sic of the day. The music pages are
numbered, so that they can be de
tached and bound, making in the
course ot a year a volume of four
hundred and thirty-two music pages,
and nil ior three dollars. J. L. Peters,
publisher, 599 Broadway, Xcvv York.
Burned i Effigy; The excite
ment here was intense when the news
came of the murder of General Canby.
The feeling of indignation was very
strong against the peace policy, and
Secretary Delano was burned in effigy,
labeled with the inscription, "Make
peace, if it takes all summer." The
same action was taken at Yreka.
,Gev. Canhy's Body. Gen. Canby't.
body passed through Jacksonville
oriJTuesday, in charge of a couple of
Soldiers. It was being conveyed to
Portland, where has been his home for
several yours past. Great preparations
have been made to receive the remains
tfiere, and thence they are to be taken
M the East. ,
Sachs Bnos , at the Temple of Fash
ion, will receive to day their large and
well selected stock of dry and fancy
goods for spring and summer use.
Call around aud sec them. They will
show you goods with pleasure, and
sell cheap for cah.
Repairing; and Buildino. Just now
the sound of the hammer is heard in
the burnt district, building and repair,
ing. From present appearances it v ill
not be long until most of the burnt
district will be covered with houses
Miluxeky Goods. There are va
rious little appurtenances of a millin
ery store at this office, which became
separated from their owner during the
late fiie. The owner can have lliem
by calling at this i-flice.
Xotich. Mfinbeis of Jacksonville
Lodge Xo. 10, I. O. O. F., arc re
quested to meet in thtir H.ill on Sat
urday evening, April lfJtli, at 7 o'clock
sharp. Isaac Svrns, X. G.
Ixsukaxck. See the advertisement
of the Phrcnix Compiny, of which
Win. Hoffman, E-q, is the resident
agent. Jake warning by the late
disastrous fires and get insured.
Gone East. Win. Turner, Esq ,
and sister started for the Eist last
Monday. Miks Turner intends re
maining at Philadelphia. Mr. T. will
return about the 1st of June.
Dissolution of Co-VAirrxERsim'.
The firm heretofore doing business un
der the firm name ol Hoffman &
Klippel has been dissolved by mutual
consent. Sec notice elsewhere.
Lost. An enameled breast pin and
cross, with the name '"Tollie" on the
cross. A reward of 65 00 will be paid
for its rceov ery. Inquire at this office.
Catholic Service?. Bev. Father
Blanchet will hold divine services at
the Catholic Cl.nrch to-morrow (Sun
day) at the usual hour.
Cnuncii Seuvices. Rev. Mr. Wil
liams will preach tomorrow at the
Pay Ui. That's what the Sheriff
wants done with delinquent tni.es.
A Wisconsin justice of the pence di
vorced a couple recently as follows:
lie blood them in the middle ot the
floor, backs together, and as they
walked away from each other, repeated
the marriage ceremony Inckvvanlsi.
Departmental postage, after Juno
30, 1S73, will be prepaid by ppeci.il
stamps, prepared and furnished by the
I'osl Office Department.
Al the resilience of John Hollon, on April
Dth, 1873, by It. V. L. Hallock, Orrm Ilubin
mm lo Mary L. lijruaburg.
At llit residence ofK'drr M. Peterson, on
April 10th, 1673. by Rev. Mr. 1'rlerson, Ml.
"Ilios. Centtrs 10 Miss Joscphfnc Chil.lers.
In this city, on April 17lh, 1S73, to the wife
ot jj. t. Uiapin, a daughter.
DR. L. DANFOETH
HAS LOCATED IN JACKSONVILLE AND
offer his professional services to the pub
lic. Office at residence on Third street, op
poite and went of the Methodist Church.
Ikcenibcr 26. 1872tf.
J-J. and COURT BLANKS
of all kinds kept on hand for rale, or printed
to order at this ofhee. '
Half AUvBJj'j'-lgf' 3
It is a sad thing to pass through life
only halt alive. lret there are thou
sands whose habitual condition is one
of languor and debility. They com
plain of no specific disease ; they sutler
no positive pain; but they have no
relish for anything which aficrds men
tal or sensuous pleasure to their more
robust and energetic fellowbeing8.
In nine ctses out of ten this state of
lassitude aud torpor arises from a mor
bid stomach. Indigestion destroys the
energy of both mind and body. When
the waste of nature .is not;snpplied by
a due and regular assimilation of 1 the
food, every organ is starved'every
function interrupted. ' ""," l
Xow, what does common sense"sug-
gest under these circumstances of de
pression ? The system needs rousing
and strengthening; not merely for an
hour or two, to sink afterwards into a
more pitiable condition than ever (as
it assuredly would do if any ordinary"
alcoholic stimulant wps resorted'Ho),
but radically and permanently. )J '
How is this desirable 'object to be
accomplished 7 Tho answer to Ibis.
the unvarying TkTj
of a centnry, is !
new igor into i F
question, founded on
experience of a quarter
easily given. Infuse new
the digestive orcans by a course of
Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters. Dif not
waste time in administering temporary
remedies, but wake the aysVerrnp by
recuperating the fountain head ofphya
ical strength Atni'eners'y. the creat
organ upon vhich all the other organs
depend for tlicir nurture and support.
By the time that a dozen dos?s of
the great vegetable tonic and iuvigo
rant have been taken, the feeble frame
of the dyspeptic will begin to feel its
benign influence. Appetite will be
created, and with appetite the capacity
to digest what it craves. Persevere
until the cure is complete until health
ful blood, fit to bo the material of flesh
and muscle, bone and nerve and brain,
flows through the channels of circula
tion, instead of the watery pabulum
with which they hav e heretofore been
GUARD AGAINST FIRE !
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS.
rpiIE NUMEROUS SEVERE FIRES TTJflCli
have oectirnd in our Stale he put y.r
.lie lite disastrous contkigrationa in Port-
hnd.S-pringfiVId, Dalles. Oregon City ami Jack
Kinviiie. mould aumonisli property ounrrs to
Meek iinii'mnii agamst, low auu uattage by,firi
H'Ubout delay. ,
'tub immviv IVcrnlTlVnmlltv'
hill Li IUU..IIA i.ioinrt.ur, IVUldA),
Of Hartford. Connrcticnt. ronrcwuted on tl
I'ncitic Coart for over firiren jcarn, duiln.
which period It ha paid SfiOtr.OOO tor Fire1
LoM"i 111 iiicracinc uin-irummLi ir nnp nr itu-i
leading American Fire InmruucC ComiMnlraJ
and the 011U Hartford Company rtprectited In J"
fill. Klnfu ,.f f)pn.in T.. l ... -J!..-, l"
..., ........ vi wi.ii. ah iuu Jllltllipi HI nf.1
inent ami pujmtut ofils Io-ms. ibu Phe lix has
no superior, tbe Compsny hii neter had a ruit
in Hie Stale, and in the prompt catb pay
ment of marly
in Cliicigoand Boston, proven that the old
Plupnix is iqual totviry engagemint.
The agents or the 1'IhC li nre utlllinriZ'd by
comtn's-ioii from the Company to is-ue and re
nitt policie direct, and hilbout reltrence to
Portland. Sun Francbco or ebewlinre. thm en
abling the applicant to secure imnah-ile and
Usitii as low as solvency nr.d lair profit will
admit oL Wm. HOFFMAN,
I13in. Jacksouvilb-, Ogn.
Lissolu'.ion of Co-Partnership.
pHU CO PARTNEU&HIP HERETOFORE
L txisting bitwein the undersigned, under
the firm of Holfman & Klippel, isdiSoolud by
All pron having un-cttbd tcconnts on the
lb" book or the firm arc reqatstrd to settle the
same by fash or note without delay, a our
bonks tnul be tlMri. All accounts rimaining
hum lib d by the 20th or May nejt, nil! be plac
ed lu the hands or an attorney for colliction.
Jacksonville, April 11, 1872.
3 Call at the old btai d, in Odd Fellows'
W. G. LANUfOItD,
(Formtrly of Walla Walla, V. T.)
PUACTICR IN" ALL OF TIIK
Ci'lirl and Denurlmpnls rr llip i;,itct
Slate, and Courts of ihe District. --.
Qn ice- 323 Four and a Half Street. Wash
ington, I). OV inf.
I HE UNDERSIGNED WILL STAND HIS
1 Stallion -Jake " and his short-horned Dur
ham Bull, "Bnddln," at his ranch on Bear
cruk Ihe emiing scaon -Jake' at $10 Ihe
season, or 315 to insure ; ,Bnddha"at $10 lo
insure 1 will pay for ''Buddha" calvesjrora
good cows, at usual weaning time, S23, or $15
without any charge for service. The above is
"Jnke" was sired by '-Cnpt Slignrt;" dam
one-rourth Sompon, one-fourth Spanish, the
ret not known.
' Buddha" by Duke of Paris CC83 ; out of
Juno ny namici issua ; May Uacrelll by Buck
eye 20d ; May Dacre by Cronder 3S(i ; Milk
maid by Accident 191 ; Lady JtlcAlister by
Pontiac 124 ; Ijidy Durham by Sir Martin
253!); the imported Durham cow Kentucky
E. F. WALKER.
April 5th, 1E73. w4.
THE LAST CALL.
ALL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES
indebted to Jackon County for taxes for
the year 1872, must come forward ard settle
Immediately at my office. I do not wish to put
them to farther costs, bat the law concerning
the collection of taies must bo enforced.
thos. t. Mckenzie.
Ilt3. Sheriff of Jackson County.
fork, bacon, hams and laud.
Office Cuief Commissiht of Ecbsistio.ce, )
UlPi.ltTllET OF TUB CoLL'MHU, V
Portland, Ogn., March IS, 1873. )
QEAJJCD PROPOSALS IN TRIPLICATE.
LJwirti a copy of this advertisement attached
to each, will be received at this office, and at
the ufflce of the Acting Cotnmissarr of aub
sUtenccof. each port for which supplies ar.- re
quired, till 12 M. Thursday, May 15th. 1S73,
lor Ihe delivery of the following EuiHetence
tupplief, viz :
Prinlc Mess Pork.
At Fort Klamath. Oregon, 40 barrel.
JEort Lapwat. I. T 40 barrels.
Camp Harney, Oregon, 40 barrel.
Fort Steven", Orezon. 15 barrels.
(Fort Cape Disappointment, W. T., 15 bbls.
Jort Colvillc, V. T., 15 barrels.
Camp San Juan Island, W. T., 15 barrels
Fort Boise, I. T., 15 larrels7.
Vancouver Depot, W. T., 100 barrels.
Hxtrn Clear Bacon.
"ATFort Klamath. Oregon, 3,418 poinds net.
Fort Lapwai. I. T., .1,418 pounds net.
Catpp Harney, Oregon, XtlS pounds aeU
.Fort StcvcnOregon, 1,261 ponnd net.
7 r ni At . 117 m i o.-i
Ult vnpu jifcap(niaiiueub, if. i., i,-n
I ponndx net.
isTmt tolrille, JV. T. 1.2SI ponrnl net.
Camp Sao Juan Island, W. T., l,"2fil pounds
Fort Boise. I. T , 1,201 pound net
Yantouvcr Depots. j jj.mg pounds net.
At Fdtt Klamath. Oregon. 1375 pounds net.
urt Lapvau I Te, 1.415, poanda net.
tBmp ihuwey, rcgon. 1,325 poundsjiet.
Fort Stevens. Ot-eion. 540 pounds net.
Port Cape Disappointment, W. T., 535
Fort Colvillc, W. T.. 476 pounds net.
Camp bau Juan I.-hud, V. T , 573 pounds
Fort Boie. I. T., 551 pounds net.
i Vancouver Depot, W.T., 4,106 pounds net.
. Pure LeaT Lard.
At Fort Klamath. Oregon. J,43i pounds net.
Foit Lapwat, I. T.. 1,475 pounds net.
lamp Harney. Oregon. 1475 pounds net.
Fort Stevens, Oregon, 5 10 pounds nut.
Fort Cape Disappointment. W. T., 510
Fort Colville, W.T., 540 pounds net.
Camp San Juan Island, V. T.. 540 pounds
Fnr Boise, I.T.. 510 pound" net.
Vancouver Hi pot, W.T., 3,fi75 pounds net.
Proposals will be received for oaeorany
number of pots. Price in V. 8. Cmrreney,
nrittenas tell as espresctl ua fjgffre The
United States reserving Ibe right to-rtj-ct any
or all b'd. "
At lire sanv timer arnT Dface. scsaratc . orotiosals
tiulrJplicale for the delivery at Subsistence De
I pot. Polrland Oregon, of :'
205 liarrtlB Prime .Miss Pork.
21.705 pound net K-itra Cleur Bacon.
1 n.9.1 r. pound- net Sw3.tr Cured Hams.
10 757 pound in. Pure Leaf Lard.-
.,.(. September 1 and October , 18731
vT,, :,,rnrn,,.i . . a.U,
Dcliverie of I lie abute articles to bo made
Further informition as to conditions, form-
of pfoposal". kind of pickage, payments, etc..
can be-obtained by application to the Commis
saries at 8an- Francico, Cal , St. Louis. Mo .
CJi'reiigo, 111. each Acting Commissary of the
tcimceTKia. nu i 'iis olnce. Iddders are
Tted to be present at Ihe oprtninfl of the
. "Eirrelonvit shbuld"lie endorsed . Tro-
ials for at
W. II. BELL.
Capt.aid Comminry of Subsidence, VS.A.,
non bum i. o. icpt. ui iue yuiumum.
A II MY SUPPLIES.
OtncKCntrr CoMMissiiir of FmsisritNCE,
3fc IIU'AIITJIKNT OFTHE COI CVIPI I,
Pobtuami. Orejon. March 25. 1873.
SEALED TROrOSALS IN TRIPLICATE,
"wjlh a cony of this advertisement at
tached lo each, will be received at Ihe office or
the Acting Commi-ary of Subsistence at each
post for which supplie are required and at this
olfcci- (ill 12 it. Widne'dav, Aprl 0, 1873, for
fce deiivtrv of
FllKSII DEEP, oil lllc Ulock,
To troops and others who lhty receive sub
Portland, Oregon ;
Fort Klnmalb. Oregon
- Fort Steven. Oregon ;
Fort Boise, I. T.;
Fort Vancouver. W. T.j
Camp San Jutn Wand. W. T.. and
Fort Cape Disappointment, TV. T
For the fi-cal year commencing July 1, 1873.
At Portland, Oregon, 50.3111 pound net;
Camp Warner, Oregon, 3.5.670 pounds net;
L Camp Harney. Oregon, 58.000 pound net :
' Fort Colville, TV. T.. 15.789 pounds n2t ;
rori L.apwai, j. 1,, i,4io pounds net.
AtPortlmd. Oregon. 108.1C2 pounds net;
Fort Klamath, Oregon. 59.146 pounds net:
Camp Warner, Oregon, 35,980 pounds net;
Camp Harney. Oregon. 72,982 pounds net;
l-cn Steven", uregnn, zi.uus pnunus net;
Fort Cape Disappointment, TV. T.; 23,077
'Fort Vancouver, TV. T.. r,7.131 pounds net;
Fort Colville. TV. T.. 28.71G pounds net;
'Fort Lapwai. I. T., 43,399 pound net.
ISL.VAD IIROVVK SUGAR.
"Afrortla'nd, Oregon, 30 022 pounds net
--1 . .X-UIliS tlUJill VUEVAll.
At Portland. Oregon, 1,483 gallons.
X ' C 'VISF. LIVEnPOUL SAW.'
iVt Pottland, Oregon. 8.900 pounds net.
fi '!. FAMILY FLOCn.
At Portlaud, Oregon. 40,750 pounds net
At Camp Warner and Warner Lake Valley.
Oregon. 300 tons.
Camp Harney, Oregon. 350 tons; ,
Fort Colville. W. T..10U ton;
Fort Lapwai, I. T.. 150 tons.
Farther information will be given at the
office of eich Acting Commissary of Snbsist
etice.of the post concerned and at this office.
Bids for any part of the above will be con
sidered, the United States reserving theright
to reject any or all bids.
tft! must state the price in U. S. Currency
written as well as expressed in ngures.
Envelopes thonld be tuiortcd: Proposals
ior . . . . .. . . . ai . . ............
Blank forms of proposals can be obtained at
this officer TVs H; BELL.
Capt & Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. A.,
uSIw jChitf C. of the Columbia.
from tradH: the following
bromissory noteHby Helena Bren
tano to Annak 24th day of
Match. 1873, fcH, gold and sil
vercoia, payabWly next; an
given jKSrentano and
Anton UUmaL oc the same
on Uker next, as
the raid notHtained
- d K Vm
zSBC rllMliAif VcAS
nnilE PERCnEROH HORSES,
WHITE ntlNCE, ami
NAPOLEON TIIK SECOND,
Will be at the, Livery Stable of Mesr- Kubii
A. Wilson, Jadtonville. Oregon, Tuesdays and
Wednesdays of each week j at mv ranch near
Ahland Fridays and Satuday of euch week,
from April 1st to July 1st, 1S73.
The above horses were imported from
France the summer of 187o.
While Prince has colts in this county one
year old that recommend him as a number one
Napoleon 11 will tlavc some colts the com
ing season Urate-no doubt will give stttisfdc
I will not give here an cxtcndid description
of the above horses, as the public have learned
of their merits.
Tutvis $25 U. S Gold Coin, due July 1st,
One of thehor.es will be kept at my ranch
from July 1st to September 1st, 1873, to ac
commodate any that may want his service.
Any that do not prove with foal tbe coming
summer can bo returned the neit season
free of charge- for horse service, if the horses
remain in the valley,
I etpect to take one of the horses to Douglas
county about the first week in July next
probably remain two month
Good nasturaee at my ranch after April !5th
to accommodate marcs from a distance, at Qli
cents per week. .Will use due care, bt not ac
countable for accidents or cyapes.
THC IMPORTED JEItSEV UVKIi,
Will serve a Iimitl mrnber of cows the com
ing Spring" and Summer, at $15 U. S. Gold
Coin for a heifer calf, as persons wonld uot
think half-blood male ctlvcs of urn stock any
ECUS FOR HATCHI.NU,
From pure breed White Brahma fowl, packed
so that they can be sent to any part of the
Pnndt for-ft J nn tSnr ilnTpn fr t" ?
. aiilta iu.i un.c eu 1'J lunilaiiu .-
tcndid the last State Fair, say they are supe
rior to any that was there.
TV. C. MYER.
Ashland, Jackson county. Oregon. 7tf i
r.. I.n (k.l li... .uan ... t r... 1. nn.T fll.
GNAYLOR takes this me'hod of informing
the public that be is prepared to chop
Wheat and Barley for the 12th buhel, or (7)
seven eents cash, and will grind eont for the
Sili bifhel. His mill is on A-shltrad Creek) one
fourth oT a mile south or Ahland.
TVR. TV. JACKSON DENTIST,
All stTle of Tlate Work matlc. sccli as
Gokt, Silver, lMntina, Alumninra ami ltul)b?r. pfal
attention ciTen to CliiMreuV Tcetlf Mlnfus Oxlfle
(lAnglilns (lad) liartl for pnlnless cxtrnctlon of
Tcrth. u-VVill -flif Aslilm.tanmiallyotf the lif of
jnrni;aio, Aeroyruiecn ineionrta jioirtalDUTcner.
XCall nitU Examine bpeclititii TVorliL
Ol FICE Come r of Cahfuniia and Fifta Stintr 3esJ
luencr opjiosHe uie i.oar( Jioncr. DOToll ,-jl
LANKS! BLANKS! BLANKS!
Every description of Legal and Commercial
Blank for sale at this office. Blanks not kept
on hand will be printed to order on short no
tce, in as good style a in any offipe on the
coast Send in yotir orders.
Warren lodge No. 10, A. F, & A.'H.,
HOLD their regular communications
vVon the Wednesday Evenings or preced-
ring the full moon. in Jicisonvm.lk. Or-
Enoy. T. U. Kb'AMS, W. JI.,
Max. Mclt.fr, Srcr.'
GRAND MAY-DAY BALL!
THERE WILL BE A MAY-DAY BALL
givm at Sport's Point, pear Fort Lane, on
the lt of May, 1873. Good muie will be
provided. There will be a dinner gotten up for
lishlng partie, and the swing will be in run
ning order Tor those wishing to have a ride,
td H. P. DEjSKINS.
NOTICE TO STOCK-RAISERS!
TnE THOROUGn-BRED STALLION
WILL BE AT ELDER PETERSON'S, ON
the Desert, every Thursday ; from Friday
noon to Saturday evening at James A. Card
well's stable in Jacksonville ; next at II. P.
Deskins. Sports' Point, for one day. and the
balance of the time at my residence in Sam's
Valley, trom April I4tn to tne Brst or July.
I "Sampson" was sired by the old imported
"bampson," woo weignea z,uu pounds ; oars,
a Grey-Eagle mare. He Is 16 hands high, and
weighs 1,6U0 ponnds.
Term', S10 for the season, which can be paid
In trraln at market price at harvest time : sin
gle leap, $5. to be paid at time of service. In
surance, 5io, casn.
Good pasturage for mares from a distance at
ot residence, on reasonable terms.
Care will be taken to prevent accidents, bat
no responsibility assumed,
April 10tb,-1873. td.
,rn. witn 100 aeres andrr
cultivation, and'wlllbe, rented otr reasonable
terms. or lurtncr pirticuiars inquire ai me
butcher shop or (nSVlf.) JOHN OKTH.
VEIT SGHUTZ, Propr.
THE TUBLIC 19 RE3PECTF.UI.LY, 12J
formed that thev can Snd, at any1 time-, 'ni'
the arr-DREWEIir, the best ofXagef.Befit,,
n quantities to suit the purchaser.
Jacksonville.Jaa'. 15, 1870-tf
NOTICE TO. QUARTZ MINERS.
Mr.. H. F. I.- Hallock.
AM ALGAMATOVXKD' ASSATTtR,of Cal
ifornia, will inspect mines and machinery,
and give general information fin mining. In
quire of J.T.GLENN.
Jacksonville, Not. 16, lS72lf. '
GRAPE VINES' ,,
TF YOU WANT TO "BUY GbOD7YE.iR-b'
JL ling grape roots at v
So Per IOO, or 810 per 1,000,
Go to the
I al0jiell "NUT BEAKING TREES"JWapcr
(ban ever before offered in lbf State.
Aehhrd, Feb. 8, '73m3. 0 COOLIDGE.
NE.W 5-TATE, S ALO.ON. .
rr'HIS Popular Resort, uniter'the New Man
JL agemcut, is furnishing theiiVbt'EkANDa of
. M CENTS AftlNKD?
The New State is famished with two elegant
Billiard Tables, the Bar with the choicest
Brandics.Wincs, Cigars, ,ic.,and the Reading
Tables with all the Eastern' Periodicals and
cading papers of the Coast.
C.W. SAVAGE, Prop'r.
Jacksonville. Oct. 14, 11-tf .
fcrp fVUll IVTon rtnA Warliiniee
, A A M.MWM MM MMWM0O
"TVe hive for sale at this office a considerable
quantity of ,
( TTTI3B MT!T.fl,Ti,
,TVhich is suitable for all purposes where Rab
bit Metal is used, and In many cases Is prefer
able. :It will be cold In any quantity required.
I .,.-. . , I .;-: ,, -., -;
11. P. JOHN SOS."
P. A. IIEARN.
,TOIIR.T,s6iT & IIEARN
IlantzanjC Shaw antlConutock AMntltn,
MarkyourvjoddsCrtrc of J. &II.
By close attention to'v busiucss wchope to
merit a continuation of the patronage hereto
fore extended to the old'firm. r, ,
Redding. October 5. 1872tf v v
Ambr tri'y pes',
-V'h tt o gr-r'a'pli it,iu
Cartes de Visite
DONE lif TllE FIKEST STYLE OF ART.
dk ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZEA I .
MR37 NEUBER HA.S "REOPENED THE
' Jewelry Store ef John" Neubcr, and has
employed the services of a First Class Jeweler
to attend to it during Air. neuDer s aDscnce.
All WorS1 Wtn'e line of repairing Jewelry
wilf be promptly attended tp, if left at the
Improve. Your Poultry
F' COSTS NOMORE TO KEEP GOOD
Fowls than poor o6 .OlaklattiirPdiiltry
Yard', corner loth and Castro Sts., Oakland,
California cason of 1873.
TOGS FOR HATCIIING from the largest
and best bred fowls in tbe world, carefully
packed in pa'ent boxes and guaranteed to
carry safely any distance. The varieties
comprise Dark and Light Brahraa, Buff.
Black, White and Partridge Cochins, White
"Leg-horn", Uondans, Silver and Golden
Spangled namburg, Gold'and Silver Span
gled Polish. Black Spanifi,'Crevecc2urs, Ronen
and Aylesbury Duck",, Bronze Turkeys, and
Sebright and Game" Bantams.
Send stamp for illustrated circular to Geo.
B. Baylcy, breeder of Choice Poultry. P.
O. Box 659, San Francisco -also, agent for tho
"Poultry World," a- monthly illustrated
journal, deroied entirely to Poultry; tells
how to keep fowls for profit; a complete ro.
pository of information on the subject Sub
scription only $1 25 a year. Agents wanted
in every town. Address r. u. Box 659, ban
Please state in what paper yon saw this ad
CRESCENT CITY, CALIFORNIA.
MARK your goods, tart of f.G. IF"., Orescent
City; ssod bills of lading and shipping
receipts for all pt goods sent; freight and
charges payable in Crescent City, on delivery
of goods. ,
My warehouses consist of two brick and one
Assuring my patrons thai no pain will be
spared in looking to their interest, I ask for
a continuance of their past favors.
J. O. WALE.
Crccent City, March 2. 1872.-tf
i. o. o. asv
(its regular cretin gs on. Sat 1
arday evening, at Odd feU.
lows' Halt Brothers in good standing are in
vited to attend. ISA AC SACHS , N. G.
rvAsrxR. Kceu, Secretaay.
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