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Saturdat, April 26, 1873.
The f jllowin; named i-eramu are antliorlzcil to art aj
Agenta fjr tlili paper in tlie places nimej.
L.P FI 1 1 K 11. 20 and 21 XeOIerchan t" Exdian-c,
8 AS FRANCISCO.
8.M.PKTTEOH.lVACO.,.3; Iark Kow, SEW
YORK, anU 10 State atrett, BOSTOX.
ALBERT MEKET. unraxaor to Uubon Menet,
M Park Row, NEW YORK.
CEO. P. RUWEU. & CO., 41 Tack Row. MAT
CITY AND COUNTY.
' "Eeport '
OF THE KCECUXIVE COMMITTEE OF THE
To the Public :
Itcceivcd from Concerts &504 75
" Supper. .1... 200 50
Total receipts 511 25
' expenses 81 00
Net proceeeds from Concerts 430 25
Turned over to this Committee by
the Subscription Relief Committee the
1 bbl. (250 lbs ) sujr.ir, from
"White & llaymoud, Iloek
Point; realized therefrom... S 42 50
1 bbl. (130 lbs.) siijrir, from
L. J. "White. Rock Point;
realized therefrom 22 11
J. T. Glenn, cash 50 00
C. C. Beektnan, cash 50 00
Total turned over to Committee 104 Cl
Net proceeds of Concerts 430 25
Total net receipts $504 80
This amount will bo distributed and
reported next week. The Executive
Committee desire to express their
thanks to the public for their kind
support and patronage, and would par
ticularly thank all the diQerent Com
mittees and all others who have by
llicir valuiblc assistance done so much
to render these entertainments success
ful. And the Committee would also
return thanks to Mr. Veil Suhutz and
family for the gratuitous use of hall,
house, lights, etc. Furthermore, the
Committee return their thanks to all
those who contributed provisions,
money, and other article.
S. F. Ciiapi.v,
G unite k Uroivx,
E C. Brooks,
The "Overland." Tlio Overland
JLonthli is the only magazine publUhed
on the Pacific Slope, and this fict
atone nhould entitle it to a large sup
port in the Pacific States and Terri
tories. But aside from this, it has
long been recognized as the equnl of
any magazine in the country, and its
genuine "Western ring gives to it a
chaim possessed by no other. Eeiy
lody shpuld 'have it. Terms, four
dollar per year. John II. Cannany
fc Co., publishers. San Francisco.
Epizootics. The epizootics now
generally pi e ail along the htage lino
from Grant's Pass to San Francisco.
Nearly all the livery horses here have
it, besides a number of othcrn. It does
seem to be so malignant as was the
caso when it firt broke out in the
Eistcrn Stales, as thero have been no
Close of School. The term of the
Jacksonville district school c)osed yes
terday. Prof, ltobb intends having a
vacation for awhile at least from
school teaching. It is not yet kuown
who will succeed him as principal of
No One Should neglect a cough or
cold. It is suicide. Dr. Wistar's Bil
sim of Wild Cherry will cure you.
Thousands attest its wonderful power.
Coughs, colds, bronchitis and con
sumption givo way before this great
Annual Election'. Tlieanmnl elec
tion of officers of the Jackson County
Agricultural Society will occur at the
Court house, Jacksonville, on Saturday,
May 10th, at 1 o'clock r. m. A full
attendance is desired.
Settlers Leaving. Tlio settlers m
Langell Valley arc alarmed lest the
Modocs shonld mako a raid upon them,
and many of them are leaving and
driving their cattle away.
I BirtD Disease, Some kind of dis-J
case supposed by 6omo to be the epi
zootics affects the canary birds in
this vicinity, and quite a number of
them have died.
Red Men's Ball. There will be a
ball given by the Improved Order 61
Red Men, on Monday, tho 12th day of
May ncM. Tickets, including supper,
Deck Skins. Judge & Nunan want
to "buy tker Bkins. Parties having
euch articles in their possession will
T?ay your taxes and save qostsl
May parties will soon be in order.
The burnt district is being rapidly
Settle your little dclinquences with
Now is the time for croquet, base
ball and "ich."
Veit Schutz baa good beer. At any
rate it tastes like it was.
"Exterminate the Modocs" is .pow
the sentiment of everybody.
Sachs Bros, have any quantity of
new goods. Call aud see them.
Pat. Donegan has resumed opera
tions in his new blacksmith shop.
The last number of UrainanTs
Musical Monthly is unusually good.
Dr. Danfortlfs office is in Catou's
building, adjoining Pat. Ityan's brick.
Mrs. Ganung's new dwelling bouse
is being pushed forward rapidly to
Don't be surprised if the Road Su
pervisor comes around to interview
you pretty shortly.
Jacksonville should procure a fire
engine, now that the fire sufferers have
been somewhat provided tor.
Pat RyanV brick oppoMte his old
stand is being repaired, preparatory to
being filled with a stock of goods.
David Cronemiller is now black
smilhing again in his new shop, which
occupies the site where the old one
Mr. Caton is now esconced in his
new building, and if you want any
thing done in the boot or shoe line,
give him a call.
Those ladks who sent us that nice
cake from the Relief Concert supper
will accept our thanks therefor. Such
remembrances make the heart of the
Relief Concerts. Elsewhere will
be found the report of the Relief Con
ceit Committee, by which it will be
seen that the handsome sum of $000
was netted by these entertainments for
the lclicf of the sufltriTS by the latn
disastrous fire in our midst. The first
of these entertainments wo noticed
last week. Tlio other two were
equally good. In Act, the whole af
f lir was a magnificent success. "Were
wo to particularize the services of any,
vv e Miould mention tie ladies who got
up tlio elegant suppers. Their part
was performed well, and is above criti
cism. Great credit is due the Execu
tive Committee of the Relief Concerts
for the prompt manner in which every
thing was put on the .stage, and for the
bucccss generally which attended these
Peters' Musical Monthly-.
This periodical standi at the head of
the musical publications of the coun
try. It gives much more space to
mnsiu than any of its competitors.
In fact, it contains all the popular mu
sic of the day. The music pages are
numbered, so that they call be de
tached and bound, making in the
course of a year a volume of four
bundled and thirty-two music pages,
and all for three dollars. J. L. Peters,
publisher, 599 Broadway, New York.
Commissary Suiumjes. Gov. Grover
telegraphs to J. N. T. Miller that his
requisition for commissary supplies has
been filled, and that tho goods are
now at Roseburg. These supplies
constitute lull rations for sixty men
one hundred days.
Enlist Now. Come forward, cili
zens of Jackson county, and fill up the
company ordered by the Governor.
Full supplies are on the way here from
Roseburg, and the season is favorable
for operations in the field.
Cauliflower. Mr. John "Veisg has
the thanks of this office for the present
of a nice, large, tender head of cauli
flower. Mr. "W. has cauliflower for
sale, which the lovers of this vegetable
will uo doubt be pleased to learn.
Catholic Services. Rev. Father
Blanchet will hold divine Services at
the Catholic Church to-morrow (Sun
day) at the usual hour.
-For PoRnji$D. J. M.SiiUon, Esq,
of tho Jjidletin office, kit ior Portland
last Saturday, , , ...
Churii Notice, Ilcv. Mr. Stahl
preaches to morrow at the M. E.
For the very best Photographs go to BRAD
LEY & RULOFSON. -Gallery without stairs.
.pa-ASCEND IN THE ELEYATOR.-ffi.
429 Montgomery street, San Francisco. Cali
fornia. Fib. 15, ?T31y.
It is a sad thing to pass through life
dy halt alive.. -"Eet , there are, thou
nds whose habftnal tonditiori'is one
of languor and debility, They corn-
plain of no specific disease ; they sutler
no positive pain ; bat they have no
relish for anything which affords men.
tal or sensuous pleasure to their more
robust and energetic fellow-beings.
In nine cises out of ten this state of
lassitude and torpor arises from a mor
bid stomach. Indigestion destroys the
energy of both mind and body. When
the waste of nature is not supplied by
a due and regular assimilation of the
lood, every organ is starved, every
Now, what does common sense sug
gest under these circumsUncts of de-
prcssion? The system needs rousing
and strengthening ; not merely for an
hour or two, to sink afterwards into a
more pitiable condition than over (a
it assuredly would do if any ordinary
alcoholic stimulant vvas resorted to),
bnt radically and permanently.
How is this desirable object to be
accomplished? The' answer to this
question, founded on the unvarying
experience of .a quarter of a century, is
easily given. Infuse new 'vigor into
the digestive organs by a conrse of
Hostctter's Stomach Bitters. Do not
waste tijne iri administering temporary
remedies, but wake the system up by
recuperating the fountain head of phys
ical strength and energy, the great
organ upon which all the other organs
depend tor their nurture aim suppoit.
By the time that a dozen doss of
the great vegetable tonic and invigo
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 cipacity
to digest what it craves. Persevere
until the cure is complete until health
ful blood, fit to be the material of flesh
and muscle, bone and nerve and brain,
flows through the channels of circula
tion, instead of tho watery pabulum
with which they have heretofore been
GTJTmD AGAZJJJST FIHE !
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS.
THE NUMEROUS SEVERE FIRES WHICH
hare occurred in our Stale the past jcar,
and the late oVa.s'roaa conflagrations in Port
land. Springfield, Dalks, Oregon City and Jack
sonville, should admonish property owners to
seek indemnity agninn lot! and damage by fire
THE PIHENI l.srRA.rE C01IPAX1',
Of Hartford. Connecticut, represented on the
Pacific Coat for over fittren ycar, (during
which period it has paid SfiUO.OOO for Fire
Losses in tlie Pacific Department) is one of Hie
leading American Fire Insnranccf.CompaiiIt8',"
anu ine onij uaruoril uompany represented in
the State of Oregon. In the prompt ni'just-
tnent and payment or its low?, il.e 1'i oc lix lias
no superior, the Company bag never h id n suit
in me stale, aud in tuc prompt cacti pay
ment of nearly
in Chicago and Boston, proves. that the old
Phoenix is equal tovt-ry engagement.
The Rgentt of the Phoctiiv are r.uthoriz-d by
comm'simi from the Company to iue and re
new polities direct, and without reference to
Portland. San Franci-co or elsewhere, thus en
abling the applicant to secure immediate and
Hates as low assolvcrcy and fair profit will
admit of. m. HOFFMAN,
K cement Agent.
113m. Jacksonville, Ogn.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
rHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between the undersigned, under
the firm of Hoffman A. Klippel, is dissolved by
All person" having unsettled lccounts pa the
the books of 'the firin are requested to fettle the
same by cah or note without delay,, as our
books nul be clMtd. All account' remaining
nuseuitu uy me zuiu oi .May next, will be plac
ed in the hands of an attorney for collection.
Jacksonville, April 11, IST2.
jsa- Call at the-old ktand,- in Odd iFellows"
Building. - ' Tlt4. "
W. G. LAJVGFOKD,
(Formerly or Walla Walla, ,V. .Tf ,)r
Attorney-atLaw,' - .
WILL PRACTICE, IN" ALL OF THE
Courts and Departments of the United
States, and Cmirls of the District.
Office- 323 Four anil-a Half Street. Wash
ington, D. C. lltf.
Attention, Stock-Raisers. -
I 'HE "UNDERSIGNED" WILL STAND HIS
1 Stallion "Jake and his short-horned Dur
ham Bull, "Buddha," At his ranch on Bear
creek the ensuing season Jake' at $10 the
season, or S15 to insure ; "Cnddha't at $10 to,
insure 'I 'will1 pay for 'Buddha" calves from
good cows, at usual weaning time, S'15, or $15
without any charge for service. The above is
"Jake" was sired by "CapL Sligart;" dam
one-fourth Sampson, one-fourth Spanish, the
rest not known.
"Buddha" by Duke of Paris CC83 ; out of
Juno by Hamlet 8309 ; May Dacre III by Buck
eye 2!li ; May Dacre by Crowder 38(1 ; Milk
maid by .Accident (1$1 ; LadyMcAIitter by
I'ontiac 124 ; Lady Durham by Sir Martin
253s! : the imported Durham-row Kentucky
1817. " "
E. F. WALKER.
April 5th, 1873. w4.
ALL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES
indebted to Jackson County for taxes for
the year 1872, must come forward ard settle
immediately at my oCaoe. I do not wish to put
them to farther costs, but the law concerning
the collection Df taies mast be enforced.
1113. Sheriff of Jackson County. '
Orricc Chief Couuissart op SciwisTjace, )
DltPlRTMlAT OrTlIK COIXVKU,
PoBTLAXDOgn., March. 15, 1873. J
SEALED PROPOSALS IN TRIPLICATE,
with a copy of this advertisement attached
to eacW will be received at' this office, and at
IheufSceof'lhe Acting-Commissary of Onb
sistcnce.of each post for which supplies ar re
quired, till 12 M. Thnrsday, May 15th. 1S73,
for the delivery or the. following subsistence
supplies, viz r
Prime lllcss Pork.
At Fort-Klamatb. Oregon, 40 barrels.-.
' Fbrt Lapwai. Ii T-40 barrels.
Camp Harney, Oregon, 40 barrel.
Fort Stevens, Oregon, 15 barrels.
Fort Cape Disappointment, W. T., 15 bbh.
Fort Colvillc, YV. T., 15 barrels.
Camp San Jnan Inland, Y. T., 15 barrels.
Fort Boise, I. T., 15 barn Is.
Vancouver Depot, w . T., 100 barrels.
Extra Clear Bacon.
At Fort Klamath, Oregon, 3,418 pounds net.
Fort Lapwai. I.T.. 5,413 pouuds.net..
Camp Harney, Oregon, 3.418 pounds net.
Fort Stevens. Oregon, 1,261 pounds net.
Fort Cape Disappointment, W. T., l,2.il
Fort Co1vri!e,V. T. 1.261 ponnds net.
Camp San Juan Island, V. T., 1,201 pounds
Fort BpVe, LT , 1.2G1 pound net
YMiccjper Depot, V. T., i.W poundi net.
Sugar Cured Hams.
At Fort Klamath. Oregon. 1.375 pouuds.net.
Fort Lapwai, I.T., 1,415 poundi net.
Camp Harney, Orcgou. 1,325 pounds net.
Fort Stevens. Oregon. 510 pounds net.
Fort Cape Disappointment, V. T.F 535
Fort Colville. W. T., 47G ponnd net.
Camp ban Juan Island, W, T., 57J pounds
Fort BoIc, I T., 551 ponnd net.
Vancouver Depot, V. T., 4,1GB pounds net
Pure .Lent Ianl.
At Fort Klamath. Oregon, 1,4.12 pounds net.
Fott Lapwai, f. T., 1,475 pounds net.
Camp Harney, Oregon. 1475 pounds net.
Fort Stevens, Oregon, 510 pounds net.
Fort Cipu Disappointment, V. T., 510
FortColvillc. W.T., 540 pounds net.
Camp San Juan Island. Y. T., 510 pounds
Fori Boie, I.T., 510 pounds net.
Vancouver Depot, V. T., 3,075 ponnds net.
Propoals will be received for one or any
number of posts. Prices in U. S. Currency,
wriitenis tll as expressed in figures. The
United istates reserving the right to rrjict any
or all b ds,
At the same time and place, fcparate proposal:,
in triplicate for the delivery at Subsistence De
pot. Potrland, Oregon, of :
20" liarnls Prime Mess Pork.
2I.7(I poundi net Extra Clear Bacon.
lu,35fi pounds net Sugar Cured Hams.
10,757 pounds net Pure Leaf Lard.
Deliveries of the above articles to b mide
between Septemlier I and October 1, 1S73
Further information as to couditions. form
of proposals, kind of pickages, payment, etc..
can be obtained by application to (hi Comniis
mriis at Ran Francico CM, St. Louis Mo..
Chicago, III. each Acting Commissary of the
post concerned, and at this oaiee. Bidder are
invited to lie present at the opening of the
bid". Envelopes should lie endorsed. Pro
posals for at
Y. IL BELL,
Capt. aid. Commissary of SutaMencc, US A
nSivl Chief C. S. Dcpt. of the Columbia.
Office Guff Cosimk.ai(t nFFmisri.cF,
DrrAiiTJiEvr ok the Uoi uvint
PontiAn, Oregon, March 2j. 1673,
QE-.LED rilOl'OSALS IN TIJH'LICATn,
O with a copy of this advertisement at
tached to'each. will ha received at the offlee of
the Acting Ctiinmivvry of Subsistence at ench
post for which supplies are required and at this
oT3ce till 12 m. Wiductday, April 30, 1873, for
the delivery of
FRESH 11EEP, on the Block,
To troops and others who may receive "sub
fitlenceat Porthnd, Orcznn :
Fort Klamath. Oregon ;
Fort Steven, Oregon ;
Fort Boise, I. T.;
Fort Vancojvcr, W. T.;
Camp San Jinn Iland. W. T , and
Fort Cape Disappointment, W. T.,
Tor the Ccal year commencing July 1 , 1873.
At Portland, Oregon, 9.310 pounds net;
Camp .Warner, Oregon, 35.C70 pounds net ;
Camp Harney, Oregon, 58,000 pounds net ;
Fort Colville, W. T.. 15,79 poands n:t ;
Fort Lapwai, I. T., 28 4.25 pounds net.
At Portlmd. Oregon. 10S,lfi2 ponnds net;
Fort Klamath, Oregon, 59.14R pounds net;
Camp Warner, Oregon, 35,980 pounds net;
Camp narney. Oregon. 72 982 pound" net;
rcrt Stevens, urcgou, zuma pounus net;
Fort Cape Disappointment, W. T., 23,077
Fort Vancouver, W.T..fi7.43t poinds net;
Fort Colville, W. T . 28.716 pounds net;
Fort Lapwai, I. T , 43,399 pounds net.
1SLOD BROWN SUGAR..
At Portland, Oregon, 30 022 ponnds net.
PTJltB CIDER VINKGAU,
At Porfhml. Oregon, 1,433 gallons.
FINE LIVERPOOL U.T.
At PortlancLOrcgon, S.OpS. pounds uct.
' PAJIII.T FLOUR.
At Portland, Oregoi, 40.750 poands net.
At Camp Warner and Warner Lake Valley,
Oreg'on. 300 tons.
Camp Harney. Oi-egon. 350 tons;
-Fort Col ntle.-W.-T.-rlOo tons-
Tort Lapwai, I. T.. 150 tons.
Further information will be clvc"? at the
officeof "ich Acting-Commissary of 'Subsist
ence .of the post concerned and at this1 office.
Bids for any part of the above will be con
sidered, me united states reserving the right
to reitct any or all" bids. "
B.ds must state the price in U. S. Currency
written as well as expr-sscd in figures.
Envelopes should be endorsed: Proposals
Blank forms of proposals can be obtained at
tnis ouicc. w. ii. HELL.
Capt. & Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. .,
n91w Chief O. S., Dept. of the Columbia.
! . NOTICE.
ALL FERSONS.ARE HEREBY WARNED
from trading- or buying the following
bromissory notes : One. given by Helena Bren
lano to Anna F. Kent on th 24ih A, r
Match. 1873, for the sum of S300. irnH nnd ;l.
ver coin, payable on the Sib of July Dezt; an-'
oiuer, kicu juinuy oy Helena Brentano and
Anton Ullmann to the same party. oit the same
date, for the sum of $560, gold and silver coin,
payable on the 15th day of November next, as
the said notes were fraudulently obtained and
w ithout consideration.
l, HELENA BRENTANO,
' Jacksonville, April 10, 1873. tf.
T3 1 -
rpiTE PERCnERON IIORSE3,
t- v v
Inavoi.eon tiik secoxd,
Will be at the Livery Stable of Messrs. Knlli
i Wilson, Jacksonville. Oregon, Tuesdays and
Wednesdays of each week ; at my ranch near
Ashland Fridiy nnd Satudvys of cucn week,
from April let to Jnly 1st, 1873.
The above horses were Imported from
France the summer of I87o.
, White Prince "his colts In this county one
yes r old that recommend him as a Dambir ofic
Napoleon II will have some col's the com
ing trascu I have ncr doubt will give satisfac
tion. I will not give here an extended description
of the above horses, as the public have learned
of their merits.
Tebvis SJ5 U. S Gold Coin, due July 1st,
Oucof thehoraes wjllbe 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 the coming
summer can be. returned the nxt season
free of, -charge fbr-borse service, if the horses
rem tin in the' valley ' - '' " t, "
I expect to take one of the horses to Douglas
county about tho first week in, July next
probably remain two months.
Good pasturage at my ranch after April 15th
to accommodate marcs from a distance, at C2J
cents per week. Will use due care, but not ac
countable for accidents or cfcapes.
TIIC IMPOKTED JERSEY BUM,,
Will srve a limiteil nu nbor of cows the com
ing Spring and Summer, atSp U.S. Gold
Coin for a heifer calf, as persons would not
think half-blood male calves of thU ttock any
EGGS FOR HATCHING,
From pnre breed White .Brahma fowls, packed
o that they.' can bo sent, to any part of the
Cot, for S2 oo per dozen.
Parlies tbarbave seen my fowls and,at;
tended the la-t State Fair, say 'they a.e supi?-
nor to any that was there.
W. C. MYER.
Ashland, Jackson county . Oregon. 7tf
NOTICE TO STOCK-RAISERS
THE THOROUGU-BRED STALLION
WILL BE AT T.LDER PETERSON'S, ON
the Desert, every Thursday ; from Friday
noon to Saturday evening at 'James A. Canl
well's stable in Jacksonville ; next at II. P.
Deskins", Sports' Point, for one day, and the
balance of the time nt my residence In Sam's
Valley, from April 14th to the first of July.
"Simpson" was sired by the old imported
"Snmnon," who weighed 2,100 pounds : dam.
a Grey-Eagle inare. He is 10 hands high, and
wclgtis l.buu pounds.
Terr.i, $10 for the Reason, which can be paid
in grain at market price at harvest time ; sin
gle leap, $.'). to bo paid at time of service. In-
furance, SI5. cash.
Good pasturage ibrj marcs from,. distance al
my residcnyvoa reasonable terra'- v
Care will be takm to prevent accidents, but
no responMbility aasumed- . .
' C.'C. McCLENDON.
April 10th, 1873. 4 Id.
GRAND MAY-DAY BALL!
rpilEItE WILL BE A MAY-DAY BALL
JL given at Sport's Point, near Fort Lane, on
the M of May, 1873. Good music will be
provided. TLercnill le a dinner gotten tip for
tisbing parties, and the swing will be in run
ning, ordirprthose wishing to have-a.ride.
td II. P. DE3KIN3.
GNAYLOR takes ihis mc'hod of Informing
the pnblic that he, is prepared to chop
Wheat and Rarlcy for the 12th bushel, or (7)
seven cents cash, and will grind corn for the
8th bushel. His mill is on Asblimt Creek, one
fourth of a mile south of Ashland.
October 12, 1872U.
W. JACKSON DENTIST,
AH sf ilf s of rtite Work made, snch u
GoM, Silrer; Platlm, Alainntnni ami Ralilier. Fprcial
attention giren to CliiMrtu's Teeth. Nitrous Oxide
(Inpliing Ou) uMl fur imlnlcss extraction or
Tcrlh. 3-VVlllTWtAhlanlaiinnaIljon tlia lit of
March ; aldo, KerbjTilte on the fjurth Jlonday in October.
.OS-Call and Exnmlna bpeelmen Vork.-s.
OFnCB Corner a( California aptlllfth Street!. Ilea"
Uenoa opiostte theConrtliOiue. " " dotSO 721.
gLANKS! liLANES! BLANK!
Every description of Legal and Commercial
Blank forsale at this office. Blanks not kept
on hand will be printed t order on (ttort no
tice, in as good style as in any oBce on the
coast. Send in your orders.
Warren Lodse No- 10, A, F. & A, M..
' !. ' &-V3
f ..tVv y .-
HOLD their regular communications
ajron the ye4.n.esd,ay Evenings or preced
ring the fill m&on.in Jacxsovjixk. Oregon-.
T. G.. REAMS. ?i M
" ' Farm trr Rent ! - t , s
Tois ORTIl DESIRES TO RENT niS
tJ farm of 275 acres, on the Ashland road, two
miles i utof Jacksonville. The farm has on It
fa good house and barn, with 100 acres antler
cultivation, and will be rented on reasonable
terms. For further" particulars inquire at (Bo
batcher shop of (n39lf.) JOHN ORTH.
VEIT SCHUTZ, ProjJTietor,
TriE PUBLIC 13 RESPECTFULLY 1,
formed that tbev csn And, at any time, at
the CITr BREWERY, the best of Lager Beer,
n quantities to suit the purchase?.
Jacksonville, Jan. 15, 1870-tf
NOTICE TO QUARTZ MINERS.
Mr. R. F.I-. Hailock,
AMALGAMATOR AND ASSAYER, or Cal
, iforuia, will inspect mines and machinery,
and give general information on mining. In
quire of J.T.GLENN.
Jacksonville, Not. IB, 1872lf.
TF YOU WANT TO
BUY GOOD, YEAR-
ling grape roots at
5 Per 100, or $10 per 1,000,
Go to the
Ialsoell "NUT BEARING TREESt' cheaper
than ever before offered in this State.
Ahlad, Feb. 8, '73in3. O COOLIDGE.
NEW STATE SALOON.
rpilIS Popular Resort, under the New Man
JL agemeut, is furnishing thelhST kiunds of
12 CENTS A DRINK.
The New State is furnished with two elegant
Billiard Tables, the Bar with the choicest
Brandies. Wines, Cigars, Ac, and the Reading
Tables with ail the Eastern Periodicals and
eading papers of the Coast.
C.W. SAVAGE, Prop'r.
Jacksonville, Oct. 14. '71-tt
To Wlill Men and Machinists.
We have for sale at this office a considerable
Which Is suitable for all pnrposcs where Bib
bit Metal i used, and in many cases Is prefer
able. It will be sold in any quantity required.
II.P.JOISO.V. I A. HEARS.
ItnlilzanVtsifitvnntIComstockSc Mart III,
Mavk your Goods Care of J. & H.
By cloe attention to business we hope to
merit a continuation of the patronage hereto
fore extended to the old firm.
Redding, October 5. 1872tf
Ambr oty pes,
Cartes de Visito
D0XE W THE FINEST STYLE OF ART.
OR EXLARGEDTO LIFE SIZE.
MRS. NEURER HAS RS OPENED TnE
Jewelry Stors of John Nenber, and has
employed tho services of a First Class Jeweler
to attend to it during Mr. Neuber's absence.
All work In the line of repairing Jewelry
will be promptly attended to, if lift at the
Improve Your Poultry !
TT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP GOOD
X Fowls than poor ones. Oakland Poultry
Yards, corner lGlh and Castro Sts., Oakland,
California season of 1873.
EGGS FOR HATCHING from the largest
and best bred fowls Jn the world, carefully
packed in p-vtent boxes and guaranteed lo
carry safely any distance. The varieties
comprise Dark and Light Brahma?, Buir.
Black, White and Partridge Cochins, White
Leg horns, Iloudans, Silver and Goldtn
Spangled Hamburg. Gold and Silver Span
gled Polish. Black fapantsn, Urevccceurs, Koucn
and Aylesbury Ducks, Bronze Turkeys, and
Sebright and Game Bantams.
Send stamp for Illustrated circular to Geo.
B. Bayley, breeder of Choico Poultry. P.
O. Box C59, San Francisco ; also, agent lor tlm
'Poultry World," a monthly illustrated
journal, devoted entirely to Poultry; tells
how to keep fowls for profit ; a complete re
pository of information on the subject. Sub
scription only $1 25 a year. Agents wanted
in every town. Address P. O. Box 659, San
Please state in what paper you saw this ad
J. G-. "WALL,
Forwarding and Commission
CRESCENT CITY, CALIFORNIA.
MARK your goods, care of J. G. TT., Qtseent
Gly; send bills of lading and shipping
receipts for all of goods scntj freight ami
charges payable increscent Oily, on delivery
My warehouses coniiit of twabrwk and one
Assuring my patrons that no pajni will be
spared in lookln; to their interest, I ask for
a continuance of their past favors.
J. O. WALL.
Crescent Oily, March 2. 1872.-tf
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n. r. roiLurs
CRYSTAL & PHILLIPS.
kinds ofBlacksmithing and Wagon-making,
Horse-shoeing, Repairing 4c.
?a-ALL WORK WARRANTEE'S.
Jacksonville, Ogn., Dc2iSia