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Th rllnrlnx named jwrsnnf re authorized to act as
Agrntl fbrtlih Jpcr In tlie 4mw wmiit
fcTP FMHER. 21 d4H New MerchwiU' Exchange,
TM."l,KTTKlSOn.t.CO 37 Park Row, SEW
YOflK, and 10 SUte tnt, BOSTON.
ALBKRT MESTET. (lamraor to llndaan Meat t,
SI Park fcnr.SEW JTOKK.
GEtt.P. KUWELL & CO., rark Itow.MJW
CITY AND COUNTY.
A Dog Stout. Arthur Langell, ot
Langell Valley, in the eastern part ot
"this county, lad two large mastiff
dog8! named Ben and Butler, poisoned
by one of his sweet tempered neigh
bors recently. The dogs were very
valuable, on account of the care they
'took of Mr. Lihgell's stock. They
were known to go two miles from
Iioae on their own'accounand watch
the wnlves off from a cow that had
lain in the mire until she was too
weak to stand alune, staying with Htar
during the whole night, and were
found with her the following day at a
late' hour, when they were released
from thuir post by Mr. Lingell coming
after the cow with a team and wagon
and drawing her home. A person
who will poison a good dog for no
other purpose than to gratily a mean,
devilioh disposition ought to be set tn
rounding iron for the public. Judge
Green, Judge of a circuit in the north
ern part of Michigan, sentenced a man
to the penitentiary for three years lor
wantonly shooting a New Fonudland
dog on the streets of Pontiac, and the
public approved the justness of the
Boltiieiix Okiccon Wagos Hoad.
The Board of Commissioners of the;
r Southern Oregon Wagon Koail are
about ready to commence the survey
of the road from Aohland to Linkville.
Silas J. Day is Chairman of the Board,
and . C. Mason, Superintendent. J.
S. Howard has been selected by tlic
Superintendent, as survey or of the road.
They intend to have the mail stir
veyed and ready to let contracts from
Ashland, to Itoseburg by the 1st of
YoiAj'xtkkus. Ciipt. "Uyzer, with
pixtecn volunteers, left Jacksonville on
llieiBtJtor the TrohlTIArCnptalinr
an old Indian fighter, and will do good
service with his brave boys, many of
whom have fought Indians before.
Great credit is duo Gen. Boss, Col.
Miller and Major Owen for the energy
they have mauifepted in raiding and
equipping men for the field.
Ouk Bekk Kkg. Our beer keg is
once jnore a cauc lor condoh nee and
oympathy. In fact it has "soured" on
. us. Mouintully have we retreated
more than once lately from its ere
while beauteous form, minus the drink
wo so ardently craved. Our only
hope now is in the f.ict that Veit
SchutE may be able to fix the matter
Remedy. The following remedy for
epizootics appears in tlio Yreka Jour
nal, which might be of benefit to
horses afflicted hereabouts: Run a
hot iron in a bucket of tar, to make a
rmoke for the horses to itih.ilo, which
will cause them to gag and cough
away the mucous matter which chokes
Military. Gov. G rover has author
ized Hon. E. C. Mason to recruit Com
pany D in the Lake Basin, for the pro
tection of the settlements in Goose
Lake Valley. The men aro to elect
their own officers. The Governor has
also instructed Gen. Boss to confer
with Mr. Mason and supply arms.
Accident. Last Sunday night Mr.
'Fred. Ottcn fell from the bridge on
Foot's creek, missing his way on ac
count of the darkness, and was injured
quite severely in the side.
For Sale. The ltoguo River
"Woolen Manufacturing Company offer
their mill and appurtenances for sale.
Here is a splendid chance for the in
vestment of capital.
GOSE TO 3TIK -FltONT. Geil. Jeff C.
Davis, who has been assigned to the
command of the Department of the
Columbia, is now in command at the
3Veddixq Ejctuaokdixauv. Judge
Watson yesterday united in matri
monial bonds Mr. Hung 'to Miss En
FoL No cards. China papers please
Tkamixc The epizootics has had
the, effect of almost entirely stopping
-teaming for the present from Redding
Bead Sachs Bros, new ad.
May parties scarce so far.
Remember the Bed Men's ball.
Job work has been lively of late.
Local items scarce as hens' teeth.
Are we to have a fire engine or not?
What about a new hotel, court
bouse, etc., on the burnt district?
Kubli & Wilson contemplate erect
ing a brick building for their livery
If yon want to be patriotic, now's
your chance to show it by enlisting to
fight the Modocs.
There are about 10,000,000 cats in
town. A few doses ot strychnine
would thin them out a little.
Kubli & Wilson are now ready to
see their friends and customers at their
old stand.bn the burnt districts .
Peters' Musical Monthly.
This periodical stands' at the head of
the musical publications of the coun
try. Jt gives much more space to
ninsic 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-
tnched and bound, making in the
course .of a year a olume of four
hundred and thirty-two music pages,
and all lor three dollars. J. L. Peters,
publii-hcr, 509 Broadway, New York.
A large volume would not contain
the mass of testimony which has accu
mulated in favor ot Dr. Wistar's Bal
sam of Wild Cherry as a safe, efficient
and reliable remedy in curing coughs,
colds and pulmonary disease. Many
oEtheurcs are truly wonderful.
"'-ufxinr.DL'Vjthe best remedy that has
ever been discovered for rheumatism,
swollen or gliff joints, flesh wounds,
sprau s, bruises, cuts ana burns, is
Jotitfoii's Anodyne JAniment. We
use it, and always recommend it to our
Wk should .not hesitate to recom
mend to afty friend of ours, Parsons'
Purgative Pills; they are scientifically
prepared, and aje adapted to all the
puposes of a good purgative medicine.
SarA Machine. Ttobb & Ivahler, of
the City Drug Store, intend sending
fir a soda fountain machine imme
diately, so as to have it here in time
for the hot weather. And then every
body will lake a drink.
Passenger Bates. According to
published btatcment the C. & O. Stage
Company passenger tariff just adopted
is 15 cents per mile for all or any part
ot the distance from Bedding to Rose
Catholic Services. Rev. Father
Blauchet will holddi.iue services at
the Catholic Church to-morrow (Sun
day), at the iiS'irtl hour.
Stkeet Cleaning. The Road Su-
penisor, Mr. Peter Boschey, has been
doing good service lately in the way of
cleauiii" the streets.
Ski.kct School. Mr. John Farley's
school will commence again Monday
morning in Krcuzcr's school house.
Ciiukcii Sum ices. Rev. Noah Starr
will preach morning and evening to
morrow at the M. E. Church.
Pl'iimc School. District school
commences Monday, Misses Nail and
Annie Kent iu charge.
On Maylt;at the residence or the bride's
rather, by Elder Martin Peterson, Mr. Henry S.
Emery to Miss Alwilta A. Colvig.
On April 2Gto, to the wife or Ed. bmilfa, a
On Applegate, near Uuiontown, April 19th
1ST3, Marauda Ann, wife of L. (.. Garey, aged
30 years G months and 21 days.
Jackson County Agricultural Society.
THE above society will hold their annual
meeting for the election of officers and
the transaction of such other bosinrss as may
be found necessary, at the Curt Honw in
JarkonviIl- on Saturday, May lOtb, 1873, at
one o'clock.!-, x.
All those interested in sustaining the agri
cultural interests of the connty, are respectfully
invited to attcod By order oi
J. S. II ERRIN, President.
II. K. Havm. Secretary. td.
Farm to Rent !
JOHN ORTfl DESIRES TO RENT niS
J farm of 275 acres, on the Ashland rosd, two
miles 1 ast of Jacksonville. The farm has on it
a good house and barn, with 100 acres under
tuiHiauuii,wiu miiucicuKU uu icaauumuie
terms. For further particular I nqnire at the
batcher shop of (n3!Hf.) JOHN ORTJJ.
Medical Blunders. JSL A.
From the period when surgeons
plied their salves to weapons iakea
wounds to the present wide awake a
the medical profession has often, tin
wittingly taken side with Disease in its
conflicts with the human system. Eved
yet, in spite of the teachings of centu
ries of experience, some physicians be
lieve in depleting their patients, already
seriously exhausted by sickness, with
powerful evacuants, emetics, ralivants,
cautharidal plasters, or the" lancet.
But, providentially, public intelligence
is ahead of these medical fossils, who
belong, of right, to the era of Crusades!
That powerful ally of nature in its war
fare with the causes of sickness, Hos
teller's Stomach Bitters, has opened
the eyes of the masses to the para
mount importance of increasing the i
lal strength of the body when menac
ed by disease. They understand that
when the atmospheric conditions are
adverse to health, it is wise to reinforce
the system with a wholesome tonic and
stimulant, and thus enable it to combat
and repel the depressing influence H
an inclement temperature, II jbtrcoii.-?
stitutional and animal oowers were al
ways thus recruited In the presence of.
danger, the mortality Irom consump
tion, bronchitis, chronic rheumatism,
etc.. would be much less than it is now.
The causes which produce croup, colds,
quinsey, diplheria and catarrh, seldom
aSect a strong and active vital system ;
and of all vitalizing preparations, Hos
tetter's Bitters have proved the most
efficient. It is not claimed that this
standard tonic, is a specific for lung and
throat maladies, ns it is fur dyspepsia,
liver complaints and intermittents, but
it is unhesitatingly asserted that it is
the best known safeguard against all
the atmospheric elements of disease.
For the very best Photo. raphe go to BRAD
LEY & RULOFSON. Gallery without flairs.
ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOR.-K
429 Montgomery street, San Franclco. Cali
fornia. , Feb. 15, '731y.
U. S. Lavh.Ofmcb. 1
RosLBCito. Aprir24, lS73.if
OTICE IS HEREBY GIYEX that J. W.
linker nnd John Amlirce. whose rost Or-
fie address is Willow Spring?, have made ap
plication for patent for pluccr, claims, silnati-d
in Willow Sorines XliningLnislrict. Jarknn
County, Oregon, oa sum-yed laud, anddc-J
Fcnued as follows : f
The fractional E. 1 of-N-E J or NVWJ ;
the fractional S W J or N W. or N. E. J. dud
the fractio ml S. E. J of NVE. V of N. W. 4. of
Section G,Tou'-hip S7 STIL"2 ,V'., containing
39 92 acres.
The location or said clalm!jnotof record.
They extend from the west line of James llu
tnu'x dimation claim no Lane's Creik nlraut 700
yards to the claims known as the Wlf,and
uamel claims, ana lou yarns wratrnnu i re ar
nnircd by the applicants by purchase, and are
now known as the llaker Sf Ambrose claims.
It is h' reby ordered that the above notice be
published for sixty d.iy In Hie Omunv Sknti
.tu n paper publifhe I at Jacksonville, Oregon.
Civtn under my hand this lOlh day of April,
1873. Wm It. WILLIS, Ucgitcr.
LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY WARNED
Irom trndiug or bnviug the following
brumisory note': One given by llikna Bren
tano tn Anna F. Kent on fli 24l'i day of
Match. 1873, for the sum or SS'J'J. gold and sil
ver coin, payable on lhc5tli of July next; an
other, given jointly by Helena llrentauo and
Anton Ullmami to the mine party, oi. the same
date, for the sum of S500, jiold and silver cuin,
payable on the 15lh day oi November next, as
the raid notes were fraudulently obtained and
Jacksonville, April 10. Is73. If.
S0.X0 cf3 Exoliauge
KUBLI & WILSON,
THE proprietors have recently parch ised thi
above well-known stand, situated on thi
California and "Fourth Streets,
Where the verv best horses and buggies can In
had at all times, at reasonable rates. Their stock
or roadsters cannot be equalled in the State.
On reasonable terms, and the best care and
attention bestoued upon them while under theil
HORSES B0UGH AND SOLD.
a Being satisfied that they can give salisfac
linn, the proprietors solicit the patronge ol
Jacksonville. June 11. 1870.
OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD
J Company, Land Department. Portland,
v.,1, .F,it-,f oi. .wkiucigiicreuy given,
lhat a vigorons prosecution illb instituted
against auy and every person who trespasses
upou auj rauroaa L,anu, oy cniung anaxemov-
tug uniuer tncreirom peiore toe same is
BOUGHT of the Comnanv AND PAID FOR.
All vacant Land in odd numbered sections.
1 tancc of thirty miles from the line of the road,
wueiucr surveyed or unsurveyed, witnin a dis-
I ociuuga IU lUC OOmpany.
I I R. MOORES
aprl3-tf ' Land Agent.
IgMgCniK? CoMsn&sjnr ofScdsistkxce,7
jPSS nu-AHTJIKST OF TDK CoiUHBIi, I
SEALED "PROPOSALS IN TRIPLICATE,
with S copy of this advertisement at
tacked to,eeb.-lltl be received at the office of
the Acting- Coismpwary of Subsidence at each
pw jorwmea supplies nre required and at this
oSc&Jin 12 x. Wednesday, April 30, 1873, for
raESJt' WKBTs an the Block,
To frcopsaM oiben who may receive sub
sistence at x , -c
Portland,. Oregon ; t5
Fort SteVens,'Oregon ;
Fort RoIsryJL T-; -Fort.VacoaierW.T
Cnmp San Jnan Wand. W. T . nnd
Fort Cape Disappointment, W. T..
For the fiscal year commencing July 1, :873.
At Portland. Oregon, 59.310 pound net ;
Camp Warner, Oregon, 33.C70 pounds net;
Camp Harney, Oregon, 58,000 pounds net :
Fort Colville, Wi T., 15 789 pounds nit ;
Fort Lapwai, I. T.. 28.425 pounds net.
At Portland. Oregon. 108.1C2 pounds net;
Fort Klamath, Oregon. 59.14B pounds net;
Camp Warner, Oregon, 35,980 ponnds net;
r?Amn rfnrnov HraMn 7A QCO nnniijin.h
Ff.rt Klprn Oruirnn 97 f.KQ nmtn.lj l. "!
Fort Cape Disappointment, W. T., 23,077
.'Fort Vancouver, W.T..B7 ,434 pnnnds net;
0 Fort Colville, W. T . 28.7 1G pounds net;
Fort Lapuai. L T., 43,3119 pound net.
ISLAND BHOW.V SUGAR.
Al Portland, Oregon. 30 022 pounds net
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
At Portland. Oregon, 1.483 gallons.
FINE LIVERPOOL SALT.
At Portland, Oregon. R.90G pound; net.
At Portland, Orego-ff 40.750 pounds net.
At Camp Warner and Warner Lake Valley,
On-Ron. 300 tons.
Camp Harney, Oregon. 3.50 ton:
Fort Colville. W. T.. 10J tons
Fort Lapwrai, I. T.. 150 tons.
Further infrrmation will be given at the
office of eich Acting Commfoary of Subsist
ence of the post concerned and at this office.
Hid for anv part of the above will be con
sidered, the United Stales reserving the right
to rrject any or all bids.
B'ds mut state the price In U.S. Currercy
wriiten as well as espnid In figures.
Envelopes hlmuld be endorsed : Proposals
,,: V." V "'
i Blahk .fomn or proposals can lie obtained at
. i. .. . V. . '.- "
. iv. ii.iir.i.i.
oapi vt uimmissaryjor subtslenc.U.S. A.
liOlwV Chief C. "S , Depl. of the Columbia.
GTJAIID AGAINST FIREf
s -.ii tim- '
t DECAYS ARE DANGEROUS.
5 w - i
rpiIEISUMEROUS SEERE FIRES WHICH
( J hayi- occurred in imr Slate the past year,
and tlie'lite dievxH'rous coufijgrations In Port-land.i-'prlngGeld.
I)lle. Oregon City and Jack,
ronville. should admonish properly owners to
week indi'mnlly against loss and damage by fire
without delay. 3
THE PIKE.IX IXSriUXfE C0HP1XT,
rOf.Hjr(fird.ACnniftC.I.,iit,ti,preseSit-d on the
rwiiqurM tor over niieen yesrs, (during
which period It hi paid S(iO(),00() lor Fire
Losses in I lie Pacific Dtp irtment) is one of thd
leading American Fire Insurance Companies
and the onl Hartford Company represented in
the State of Oregon. I.i the prompt adjust
ment nnd p.iymenl of its looses, the I'hce lix lias
no superior, the Company has never had a suit
in the Stale, and iu the prompt cub pay
ment of nearly
in Chicago and Bnton, proves that the old
Phoenix isnpial loevtry engagement.
The agents of the. Phce lix are nulhoriz"d by
commis-ioii from the Coinpiny to iue and re
new policies direct, nnd wiihnut reference to
Portland. San Franci.-co or eieuhcre, tlim en
abling the applicant to secure immediate and
Rates as low as solvency ar.d fair profit will
admit oL Wu. HOFFMAN,
113m. Jacksonville, Ogn
I -HE UNDERSIGNED WILL STAND IHS
I Stallion '-Jake " and his short-homed Dur
ham Bull, "Buddlu," at his ranch on Bear
creek the ensuing season '-Jake'' at $10 the
season, or $15 to injure ; "Bnddha" at $10 to
Insure. I will pay for '-Buddha" calves from
good cows, at nual weaning time, $25, or Slo
without any char e for service. The above is
"Joke"' was sired by "CapL Sligart ;" dam
one-fourth :ampon, one-fourth Spanish, the
rest not known.
"Buddha" by Duka of Paris G083 ; out of
Juno by Ilamkt 83U9 ; Slay Dncrc IU by Bnck
cyc'236; May Dacre by Crodjr 3Srt ; Milk
maul by Accident 191 ; Lady MeAlister by
Pontiac 124 : Lady Durham by Sir Martin
2j!Uj the imported Durham cow Kentucky
E. F. WALKER,
.April Sib, 1673.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
HUE CO PAUTNERSniP HERETOFORE
L eiistinz between the undersigned, nnder
the linn of Hoflman & Klippel, is dissolved by
All persons having unbilled iccounts on the
the books of the Crm are requested to settle the
same by cash or note without delay, as our
boons vauit be rtwol. All accounts remaining
nnsettled by the 20th of May next, will be plac
ed iu the bauds or an attorney for collection.
Jacksonville, April 14, 1872.
fSf Call at the old stand, la Odd Fellows'
W. G. LANG FORD,
(Formerly or Walla Walla, W. T.,)
'; , Attorney-at-Law,
TJTILL PRACTICE IN ALL OF THE
T f Courts and Departments of the United
States, and Courts of the District.
OrncE- 323 Four ond-a Half Street. 'Wash
ington, D. C. lltf.
THE LAST CALL.
ALL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES
indebted to Jackson County for taxes for
the year 1872, must come forward ard settle
immediately at mv office. I do not wish lo put
them to further costs, but the law concerning
me collection 01 taxes must oc emorcea.
THOS. T. McKENZlE,
1113. Sheriff of Jackson County.
IIE PERCHERON HORSES,
WHITE PRINCE, ami
ITilflie at Iho Llvcrv Stable of Xlessrs. Kubli
& Wilson, Jacksonville. Oregon, Tuesdays and
Wednesdavsor cacn.wcek ; at mv rancn near
Ashland Fridaya'sand Satudays of etch week,
frompril lit to July 1st. 18 J3. - -"-," "
Jhei, jibovo Ihorses 'were imported'-from
Erxnce the sommer of 187o. , gz?
" White FrinccJiaa cnlt5.Ja Uiis county one
year old that recommend him as a number one
Napoleon II will have some col's the com
ing season I have no doubt will give satisfac
I will not give there an. extended description
of the above horses, as the public have learned
of their merits.
Ttnsis-S25 U. S GoldiCoin,dne July 1st,
One of the horw.will be kept at my ranch
from July 1st 'to September 1st. 1873, to. ac-i
commodate anv that may want bis service.
Any that do riot prow with foal the coming
summer can Jxj returned Hie nrut scacon
free or charge for.horso:rvlcerir t!ie horses
remain in the valley.
I r.ipcct to take one of the horses to Douglas
connty aboutme.lirsl wccK in jury next
probably remain, two, months. --,
Good paslnragoatiny -ranch after April -15th
to accommodate mares from a distance, at 02
cents per neck.. Will use due care, but not ac
countable for accidents or escapes.
' J -ot
THE. IMPOKTKO J E lfs E.TH.
Will sirvo a limited .na .iber.TJfvciBjnnmj com
ing 'Spring and Summer, tt S15 US.Gold
Coiu'or a heifer caltas persons would not
think half-blood male calves of thU stock any
From pure breed White Brahma fowls, packed
so that they can be sent' to any part of the
Coast, for S2 oo per dozr
Parties that have secu my fowls and at
tcrditl the U.t State Fair, say tbey are supe
rior" to any.that nas there.
; W. C. MYER.
iV4l'?.i'J?ici.s"on conatj.Oregon. ' Jif
TTHE THOROUGH-BRED STALLION
WILL BE AT ELDER PETERSON'S, ON
the De-crt, every Thursday ; from Friday
noo-. to Saturday evening at James A. Card
well's stable, in Jacksonville ; next at IL P.
Deskins", Sports' Point, for one day, and the
balance of the time at my residence in Sam's
Valley, from April Uth to the first of July.
"Sampson" was sired by the old imported
"Sampon," who weighed 2.400 pounds ; dam.
a Urey-ttagic mare, lie is 1UJ nauas mgn, auu
weighs 1,01)1) pounds.
Term", S10 for the scaon, which can be paid
in grain at market price at Iiarvest time; sin
gle leap. Sj. to be paid at lime or service, in
surance, $15, cash.
Good paturage for marcs from a distance al
mv residence, on reasonable terms.
Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but
uo responsibility assumed.
April 10th, 1873. Id.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
THE EUROPEAN PLaN,
Cor, Pcnna. Ave. and Gth St.,
WASHINGTON, D. C
THIS HOTEL HAS BEEN CLOSED;
-: t n-:i 1 .- ....1 1.-- .t..-t ,1.- !'?
.1. CIUI.C ntlll OJfc, UMU uw, iiuiiuk IUC 1
pa't summer, undergone the mo't thor-iHl
onzh renovation. It has been refurnished with
elegant. Walnut Marble Top Furniture, Spring
Bcd, Velvet and Brussels carpets throughout,
The furniture and appointments have been
manufactured to order expressly for this house
and arc eqnal In style and durability to any
European lintel in the country. 1 he rooms
are arranged en suite and single, and will be
rentec: from SI uo to 55 00 per day (including
A spacious Ladies' and Gentlemen's dinihg
room. Gentlemen's restaurant, lunch and re
freshment saloons are conveniently arranged,
where all meals will be served a h,carle.
A liberal discount will be made to those de
siring to remain, by the week or month.
Dec. 14, 1872m3 Proprietors.
TO HUNTEttS & OTHERS.
WE WILL PAY MORE FOR DEER
skins than any other men in the
county. Bring them along to
JUDGE & NUN AN, Saddlers.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A MALTESE JACK IS OFFERED
for sale or rent bv the nnclemmnrwl
For particulars, apply to C. W. Savage, Jack
sonville, or 1 J. p. lament.
Warren Lodse No. 10, A. F. & A. JL.
A HOLD their regular communications
Qs-on the Wednesday Evenings or prcced
xing the Toll moon. in Jacxsostiue. 0
boox. T. G. REAMS, W. M
Max. Mcli.kr. Skct.'
2QA PrnDATt Agents wanted I
I 94 vi AU'classes oj working, peo-
pie, of cither sex, young or old, make more
I money at wark for us in their spare moments,
or an me time, man at anytbmg clc. l'artic
lularsfrce. Address G. Stinson 4 Co.. Port
land, Maine. scp21, 72yl.
DILW, JACKSON DENTIST,
Allitrlm offUls Wort &. inrli
OoU, Silvrr, PUtlna. Almuninm nod RnMr. tpnial
Miration gTentoCMilrea-Trrt Nltnm UiM
(Unihlng (lu) nsl for palnlrM extraclls wt
Teth. 7-WlllTbitAhjbmlKnBnallrm She lit ef
March ; alao, Ktrl.jTlllo on tbd fcartli jlonlay In Ortober.
WCallana Eundnepretskcn ttoiiu-G
MrnrooFimiteth Court IIoum1. nutSOTSyl.
' CITT BREWERtT
l'ElT SCHUTZ, Proprietor. .
THE PUDLIC 13 RESPECTFULLY IN
formed that they can find, at any time, at
the CiTT BREWERY,Xbt best or Lager Beer,
n nua itities to? suit the purchaser.
Jacksonville, Jan. 15, 1870-tf
NOTICE TO QUARTZ MINERS.
Mr. H. F. X. Sallock1 ,
A MALGAMATOR AND ASS.CYE.ft. of Cat.
XA. ifornia. will litcV mines and machinery.
&oi gire general InfornTation on milling: Iu-
Jacksonville, Not. IB, 1872IL
TF YOU WANT TO BUY GOOD, YEAR
JL ling grape roots at
$5 Per 100, or 810 per l.OOO,
Go lo the
I also sell "NUT BEARING TREES'.' cheaper
than ever before offered In this State.
Aslilatid, Feb.8,'T3m3. OCOOLIDGE.
NEW STATE SALOON.
'"piIIS Popular Resort, nnder the New'lian
JL agemeutj Is furnishing ibe dlst ekakds of
12 CENTS A DRINK.
The Ncw'State Is furnished with two elegant
Billiard Tables, the Bar with the choicest
Brandies, Wines, Cigars, Jtc, and the Reading
Tables with all the Eastern Periodicals sad
cading papers of the Coast.
C.W. SAVAGE, Prop'r.
Jacksonville, Oct. 14, l-tl
To Mill MeB aad Machimista.
We have for sale at this office a considerable
" quantity of r
TJtE T""1 , !
Which is suitable for aH purposes where Bab
bit .Metal is used, and. in many cases is prefer
able. It will be sold In any quantity required.
H.r.JOIlNSOX. ' r.A.llKARX.
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, SCCCESSOBSTO ,
Raul in fcktu.i ua(l Coassack & Martin ,
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Mark jour Goods Care of J. & H.
By close attention to business we hope to
merit a continuation of the patronage hereto
fore extinded to the old firm.
Reddi-ig, October 5. 1872tr
JACKSONVILLE, OREOOX. ;
Am Iff ro types,
Cartes de Visit
DONE IN THE FINEST STTLE OF ART.
OR ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZE.
MRS. NEUBER HAS RS-OPENED THE
Jewelry Stori of John Neuber, and ha
employed the services or a First-Class Jeweler
to attend to it during Mr. Neuber 's absence.
All work In the line or repairing Jewelry
will be promptly attended to, if left at the
TT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP
J. Fowls than poor ones. Oakland Poultry
Yard", corner 16th and Castro Sts., Oakland,
California season of 1873.
EGGS FOR HATCHING from the larra
and best bred fowls in the world, carefully
packed In patent boxes and guaranteed to
carry safoly any distance. The Tarietlea
comprise Dark and Light Brahmas, Bun.
Black, White and Partridge Cochins, White
Lcg-homs, Ilondans, Silver and Golden
Spangled Hamburg", Gold and Silver Span
gled Polish. Black Spanish, Crevecccurs, Rouen
and Aylesbury Ducks, Bronze Turkeys, sod
Sebright and Game Bantams
Send stamp for illustrated circular to Geo.
B. Bayley, breeder or Choice Poultry. P.
O. Box Cj9, San Francisco ; also, agent for the
'Poultry World," a monthly Illustrated
journal, devoted entirely to Poultry; tells
how to keep fowls for profit; a complete re.
posilory or information on the subject. Sub
scription only $1 23 a year. Agents wanted
in every town. Address P. O. Box 659, San
Please stale In what paper yon saw this ad
J. G. WALL,
Forwarding and Commissi!
CRESCENT CITY, CALIFORNIA.
MARK yonr goods, care of J.G. W., Crfcmt
d(ij ; tend bills of lading and shipping
receipts for all ot goods sent; freight and
charges payable in Crescent City, on delivery
My warehouses consist of (wo brick and one
Assuring. my patrons that no pains will be
spared in looking to their interest, I ask for
a continuance or their past favors.
J. O. WALL.
Cresceit Clty.March 2. 1872tf
GNAYLOR takes this method of Informing
the public that he Is prepared to chop
Wheat and Barley for the 12th bushel, or (7)
seven cents cash, and will grind corn for the
8tb bushel. His mill is 00 Ashland Creek", oae
fourth of a mile south or Ashlaad.'
Octoter 12, 1872.11.