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Saturdat, - - Acgtst 23, 1873.
Tha following named persona are authorised t act ae
Agents for tub paperjn the pUcel named:
l P FI1HRR, 20 and 21 New Merchant!' Exchange,
.SMFBACISpO.. . .,,,,
a.-ar. egiTKienx DojT'JaricKow.-yEW
TOIIK, and 10 State itreet, BOSTON.
ALB RUT JIESIET '(tnrctMor't6.nildKn t Mrnet,
21 Park Kow, KKW TORK.
GEO. H.RUWELIr& CO .,-4! Park Kow.NKW
TORK. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' "
Too Lengthy. We acknowledge
theirecwpt o a 'long? comnuhication,
-a V . -" i ; '
eulogistic of a good man who recently
died. While we would willingly
oblige Abe lfriepd. who penopd-it, .we
are compelled' to decline its'publication.
Such matter is only appreciated by a
very few, and fpnsjrjuwitly but, rery
Fiftall "space cab bv 'devoted "to the
..lmemory and yirtnes of, persons deceased.
While regretting-tlio necesMty of this
actiop, .we leelit'at Jhej-amc time to
be just, for it one person h;is the privil
ege ot publishing a column in eulogy
oi a departed relative or friend, it can
not, sjith consistency b' denied another
party. And were thi rule to obtain
the Sentinel 'would soon be filled with
little else than obituary notices. . Truss
ing that our friend, whom. we much
esteem, will view the matter in a
kindred' 'manfier'wiiii onrself, we
TEAcliEits' IssTiitiTE. The Teach
era' Iustitutc .for this Judicial District
meets in Jacksonville" next Friday and
will continue its sessions the day. fol
lowing. For the convenience ol those
wishing-'to attend, we republish the
Programme thin week on the first
page. An' erroneous impression seems
to have prevailed'in some parts of the
county as to where, (he Iu-iitute would
be held, some thinking that Axhland
,Awas the place selected instead ot J.'trk-
sonville. This impreriKionwe presume,
-will be amply corrected,-no as not to
cause inconvenience to any.
Good Tiuin-Aiis' Lodgu. A G(d
Templars' Lolge was 'recently brgan
ized at Ashland by Levi Leland, Esq.,
Grand Lecturer ot the I O G T. for
this jurisdiction. The lodge continences
operations under the most favorable
auspices. Tjjenty-ttvo charter mini-
be"rs were enrolleamfrwrfic "have
r-inco been initiated. -IlcvS. G,
mortis W. 0 T. "
Another Tiikat. Boyer give us
another treat ot peaches this week.
of the be "1 flavor, and nicely? flpened,
Jl .vauinvHtitltotbuyL'uiiyjqiogiiirl !''
fruit and tcettble line, iro to B
Btore, lor lif Keu vllie ' ry litSt.
Aianti -ISovv'p '' M'PV"''
tinder obligations--U)i 'inn' for a nie.
hugcy watermelon. :rlnh r
Assessing'. TTI) County Asesser,'
D. IIJTatlbr.'-EiqYhasl.efit serine
the'ciHicris ofliis'pla'u' th(J la-1 low
days. Tin1 tax list of 'the county go-s
to the County Court, itiihg a n
Hoard of Equal ration, next' Monday,
when, if any have grievances aboutthe
assessment of property' they will be
Asiiland Acaikiiy. The fall term
of this institution will commence Sep
tembcr 1st, 1873. It is desirable there
should be as full attendance as possible.
This is a bbrce1 educational institution,
conducted by "first class instructors,
and should be well patronized.
Jo mention .that Dr. Gamble had re
moved his office and residence to Ore
.gon St., two doors south ot Madame
Holt's Hotel. Those wishingliis ser-J
vices will please take notice.
There will be no services at the M. E.
Church to;mprrow. Rev. Mr. Wil
Jiams, whose, appointment it is, is rusti
cating' In the mountains. Also there
will be ,no Sabbath School.
J The. Pimames. The, primaries, ot
the two parties occur to-day. There
.appears to bo but little interest felt on
.either fide. Perbaps by- election time
f some excitement may be stirred op,
Peaches. Mr. Robinson left with
jua;a-ppplyot tnagaificeot neacb-this
' week. Those who remember tbe print
er are tbe ones to "bet on" every me.
'Three cheers for'Mr. Ilofinioiil
- - r Ji
Peaches atcd Pears. Mr. Rapp
' ' lagain left us'SpraeSp're.'nHrri'Rbpand
luscious pears this weeki i Everything
Jieibrings to market isfirstilas". Long
xw be .wave.
Postal Caeds. Ai Yeng.h',$ie, long
looked for postal cards bavF1-arrived.
iMax Muller has one1 thousand, of fbem
io'r ealc, -Erat come, firefBorved,
Lecal Sarin es.
Rev. Mr. "Williams, Squire Hoffman
weVkJpr theraoanliiins. '
"Ths are most-'tdartiatinii!' Uronlile
(iotrie'iii now. Thev eudtntly. be-
lieve in subsisting 'on the enemy's for
The thermomettE ba had a habit ot
. . i.. ...',. .'. i '
going' tip lately until it' got 't'oo t'fred
Prof. Fowler' nas been tbe sensation
Peaches large and. luscious, are ripen
ing hereabouts by the tons. There is
no greater fruit country in the' world
than Southern Oregon.
Major Glenn and wifeintend'making
a visit to tbe States soon.
Prosecuting Attorney 2Jeil intends
to make" it lively lor those road super
visors who neglect to remove noxious
weeds from the roads in their respective
districts. ", J' -
The, thirteenth anniversary (last
Monday) of the. formation of.Jackson
sonville Lodge No. 10, L O. O. F., was
observed by raising the colors of the
order over the Odd-Fellows Hall.
A new sidewalk has been put down
in front of the NewState Saloon.
Fro Fowler is happy in the choice
of names for, instance, "Rusher" and
The smoky weather is upon us again.
Frof. Farley's select school com
menced last monday.
The Sextinel is prepared to do job
work with neatness and dispatch.
.Bring on your orders.
A mistake occurred in the marriage
notice ot Mr. Slagel and Mis Basy
last week. They were married at Dr.
Dantorth's residence instead of Mrs Far
mer's. We presume the honeymoon of
the.parties has in no wise suffered in
consequence of ttje tmtyake. ,
See ad. of Lin forth, Kellogg & Co.,
hardware, dealers, San Ftaneis-co.
Efjbblican Coccty Convention.
The liep.ublican County Convention
tor the County of Jackson will be held
at I he. Court House in Jiick-onville at
1 o'elock r m., on Saturday, the 30th
day of AugtiflTlSTirj'tor" (Tie-pnrpbsel
ot electing, four delegates to the lie.
publicanSate Convention, to beheld
at Albany on September 11th, 1873.
The Primary "Elections in tbe several
precinctjij of this county will be held
on Saturday, August 23d, at thr usual
places of voting in such precinctr.-, be
ginning at the hour ol v: r. n', oh ?aid
da'y.-r Tbe several precinct ill be . n
tilled , to Pb'ga.ttv fii j-abl County
Conv(;nti'lh' fol'owf, bi ing one dele
gate for M-verv fifteen ilea crtst tor
M,-niber. ofj Coores-at lbejlst en
i A i .-; n VtJ '., :" ''I Ji?
eral e'tc'i'.u. and one tor every trio
lion ov r eihi :'
.Taelo-otuillf J.V 9
Applfgate ... 1
"Nig Butte.. 1
Little Bui te
Lost River .
Xsvn . .....
Ei nn'n Creek . .
Foot's Creek ...
Goose Lake ....
Willow, Springs 1
. . Wm. M., Tunxpit, Chairman.
' T.Cameuon, Secretary.
-A -Great Fuuit Country. Rogue
River. Valley is one ot the greatest
fruit sections. in ibq .world.- It was
'thought that" the late, and heavy fronts
of last spring had materially injured
the-frnit crop but Tlie' wagon Toad? of
apples, pears, peaches, plums,, etc.,
which are daily brought to market
amply proves that King Prost, nipped
but few early, bloom's; u Were thare
a market for the products .of this val
ley, it would soon, in a figurative
sense, bud.aud, blossom .likelherose,
and -qual-tbpold.IIebraw.land of milk
and honey. There "are but few spots
on the earth, ot the same limited mag
nitude, which, can boast , so varied, a
number of productions. The tropical!
fig and the hardy apple flourish side
by yside,- Wid 'black(or dew)berries,
raspberries; wild, plums, huckleberries,
and various other wild fruits grow
itik.u.t v .ii -p rt-. .
be excelled nowhere. But it' is useless?
to enumerate further. "Rogue River
Valleywill be the parti en 'spot ot the
Pacific Coast wheniiven. a PufEcicnt
DMrket is providetl. ,2
wiU be Iield.at.,tne Catljlje, Church "by
tb1 R,ev. -Father- Demort 'to-morrow.
j(Sqn3ay) at.tbft.uBiial honr-.' ; '.-"
in CTeat-profusion." 'The cherry and .VJ'iyyiJJCAMTNE
. . ..:. .. ...'.tr - .-n.
. u, It. v i - M. JAUlWjSOLa STOPS
tame j bla&Vberrr -frown, here rn h- i.. w.XJi ti . ?
J He has come and gone. WelLwhat
a,,outybim?( -L-fhe, the. FqwIerVho
startled 'tbt'w'orid lJfyJ,j(ra'o
.,lJ tbe announcement; thatj Jejery
n,'a'1 betrayed the character of the poa-.
sehaor?- Is he the .Fowler who'" liis
beetf battling with the medical and
i theological world for, nearly balf i
century? Is he the Fowler of whom
-wn.have read, and about whora we
have heard so much? Those' who are
familiar with his; writings know him
on first sight, and would -single him
out .from a thousand, He that' writes
much in these days of literature, when
nearly every family is a select school
ot itself, is-known, with all bis charac
teristics,, to the millions, and is recog
nired and trusted as though he were
some near friend. So with Fowler.
However much the reader may, differ
with, .him in relation to his particular
view', yet he. recognizes, in .liim, a
friend who has been' laboringTlon"
and faithfully, and with the greatest of
energy, to establish truths which he
conceives to be of the utmost1 i'mpott
ance. Men are entitled to crtditand
confidence by the sincerity thy mani
can safely say, irom the world wide
reputation which vtbe ..lecturer .has
achieved, added to his long public life
without' a 'blemish 'on his' character,
that he is entitled to consideration and
respect, and so far as honesty of pur
pose is concerned, worthy of our confi
dence. His lectures were 'not as well
patronized as they merited, but the
audiences were, composed ot attentive
listeners. Some approve his lectures;
others condemn them. In the course
of his lectures he stated spme-novel
propositirns in a very- positive manner,'
which created some opposition. But.
we believe that all will concede that
he stated 'a gfeat'many' fruths and
jACK.O.NVlLLK,'Aug. 21, 1873. f
! ! Jpein.il me thVoushl &$ ColrtMn?nf
JfiITfr.haTnxrt.: . - . -- .
our paper to call the attention. of the
Road Mupervisots't6"he'fact''that they
reliable to a fine ot S25.it they rail to
destroy "noxious weeds''"grpwin!r in
their respective road districts. From
perxinab - observation, Jotice. that
itoad bupt'rvisors1 are-growtng'qmte
careless in, relation to- theiridutieB in
- i , . ... . ,- i i
mis particular, it -will be'jjtipleasure-f
... u.. , 6u unci ,ui j.kuu oupervisors;
whaimay be: dclinquy?t"iuHiiis! reipcc.t
at our ikxi term. of:Cdntt.r!1 .
. li EU Dihtr.ifct-! Attorney, fi
'Viirr-nT . xn M . x .,... 1 T T,r'
eph- nammond, tif YfUa.'c'a!., will
leoture at the M J,i Cbnich:in .ijack-
som'ille on Wednesday evening Sep.
temper od. at 8 o'clock. p it. Alsoat
Ashland, in the 'Abademy, Tuesday.
eeiimj npt ember 2d. The. subject
upon winch he speaks, is "Youth, and
Manhood " Admittance free and- ;a
Akkksts. A white man was cala
boosed nnevtiight thisfjtreek, for hav
ing, s.upeiflious cargo,of,"tangjefoot"
aboatdliis stomach'. ''' ' '
A Cliinamati was arrested" ye'slerday
tor violating the town ordinance Rela
tive to bawdy houses, and waiving a
trial; .was; Sentenced fo jail fiveidays.
Retur-nkd. W. C. Myer has, , re.
turned-trorn lire ;H"mpqua, where he
has been exhibiting his" blooded;, Per-
cheron horses, He informs ns that -be in
tends to exhibit his.boises at, the-State
Fair this fall.
' Fair lOuT-VPii. -Jte'viJNoiTrSStair
m ' . -J P . v - i . . It
starteuthis week for OlympwfWrTt,
foi"(he jUirpweNjl UtefYdingtlfe An.
uual Conference of the M. E. Church,
which convenes: shortly atthe""place
, ; .t :r
CorrER. Mff Tact, livjng ne"ar,Cres
cent City, presented ,B'F.vDowell
with a fine specimen of copper
xvx. u sj.fjtiAi & s jt
, found only in
ftte &-asK.--'jL mivfxaeiaitR.rmrr W
urraining stop. 'H
Tbk VW llcitANii'A'Bifrtooe solo, not
lan or trenwi.i.
Tub Euso-A. 'ben'i?fnt,.tand-MMio
Xx OvimjMXl rtstowpbtijiSefBBAla:
Pj-ot, O, .S.,FewIer;
iTl Vlfc'. M.somsuBQlKg.
' ASCEUD lHJ&;rWAte.j4.
423 MontcoroerT.Btreet.i fiin "Fmwitaar.-
The Wear aad Tear of Life.
The cares, atXitties ard inis'ortuDea.of life
bae.Uocb jo d.tlwith fi6rUDtnK.it ;M di-
m,. ?"J. 1. .r- lf.i
1 '? l"Z.W- v- ' for " aaMmeat of ihe tax roll for' the diffcr
ts and physical disabilities, fterroos elJyteSO&'foreFUte5i Therefor
wcaknesy.'dyspepsia. -Bf&ctioasTof the liver
choDari aod .moDomaoiafare among 4nese
diiMffii?rrB?ts. It, is, therefore, of treat
mportancaj' thtttipersotj." wfiose minds! are
urt-1 rr ln-Y B;oy way Avertal
rtke n orkiu, should Lcfp op theirsiatnina
'- 3LJ U 11 v t n .-. . - i
ilaily nse of a wholesome tonic. Tliouids
of persons tlins cirenmstanced are enabled to
bcar.pj) against the difficulties in which they
are involved, apdto retain their strength, health
andinientali clearness, by tbe. regnlar use ol
Hosteller's Stomach' Bittprsv Diseases, which
are'pronc'lo aUack.the body when, .debilitated
and broken down by OTer-mncb bratti work' or
exbjQtios: physical Iaborj are keptnt bay by
the resistant power with' which" this inepmpar.
able t.-mic ttdp5s,lhe"iety(jns'sysfera!and he
vital orfiiti)?. At this sca0D,-whf lithe .heal i
evaporating tlie ciementa of str,cBj;(h from .evry
pore, an mvioraiit. n aq.-olntely ewmialto
thefHfrly and,tpmfott:oflhe:pablic,nd is;re
qiilleil cvtn by.lhemorr.robn-Jt if ibej' desire
io keep their aliiHtic capabilities i'otatn qno.
Hence a C"UiV-o( Hustrtter's Stomach liit
ters is particularly useful atlhls period'Ot -the
yi-'ar as if defense" aga'mst -the invisible-disease
afloat in a sultry atmosphere. It is1' the most
pptt-nt nf; aUpreve.ijtiv.e. meilicineji, and for all
romplainls which aflVct the stomach, the liver
and tbe bowels, and interfere with the perfect
digestion--and assimilation of Jood, it is the
standard remedy.- 4 . ""
tiHwho tnSi'rJrom coughs, colds, irritation
StSJhfj bronchial -tubes or tendency to con.
snmntion. will did in Dr. Wistar's Balaam of
kWlIdNcWrrv a rtmedv as 8fjreeable to the
paiaie as icinai in rtiaoiDf atease. iue
Balsa m iiV'plafant-remedy ; it la a safe rem
edy; if ts a "powerfnli rj ner j"; It is a speedy
remedy : it T a remedy that cures.
Oreat hrJtaand,discunrotn?. causefl byihe
n-i!f" rirrraTit-. which fffitiC-and rack the
-Jl." -"-.' r ' ..-! . d:ii- -' K
fiysu.m.,rx;sifui3 irurgaure r.iiu.ure im:
from' nil limDure Tmatter. and are mild' and
, .-. -: :i;-
SAV 'this' season ofP'tlie yeaxiarop" and
pains in the stomach and bowels, dysentery,
diarrhoea, etc,.are . quite common, and should
be checked at.oDces Johnson's Anodyne'Lin-
iracntiB the best article that can be nsed"1nj
sucb cases, and should, be. kept io eyety fam
ily. Used internally: .-, .
1EE, PALL, TERM
';. i ! ill; .'; -si-vi-
. of niK-- 0,-
i ... '.VHXaCOMMESCE ' .
Soptcm'bor 1st. 10,"73-
WE -ARK HAPrY TO SvT THAT WE
. arb better pr pared than eter before, to
insure the progrespf papils jHtul nil will find
a 'good opportunity tor advance. We shall be
pleased. to see. all whoattefad' "on the. first day
of school, Sept., ,1st. 5 J;ilI.;SKlDMORE.
Vl8nS9 ,f!' ' - l N- r ? "
jAMza Liaf(ffiT. .JoBK.IJEitetir, I3tB5cqut,
tlNFORTH,- KELLOGG & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
? rr.OpETCN" jA'Nb DOMESflO
., , . . And,Mining Tools, " '
SJ3. 'Qnja.3. Bl'ron.t St.,
NCAK JlAItXET, '
ALL PARTIEJ WHO HAVE: FURMSHED
IBjlpplvef.ele., Id the Oregon ''Mounted
miii.1, w.ucMiiimmn,iiar are ucivuj aoil-fi.-d
tn pnsent their accounts -to tbe nnder-
signed without delay, as jve deslrd U close the
bay net at ,he ?arliesV'po'5b'e moment.
7 ' ; J S.TU1U.LER,
., , , . CuiumUaaryCiMi'f Clgix. Jlil.
I l QU1NUY A..BR0uK.S.
' - As't Qntrter Master Ged'l Ogrt. Mil.
A.W. GAMBLE,- M: Z.,
JACKSIIXVIUE, . r
ivsician, and anreeon.
VttaE AAJJ KE31UILYUS.
W oj Madam Uoli'a uolel. vlSnZi
T!HE BESBOI1LAGER BEER KEPT. CON
1 utantly on hand ; .aold by tbekeg; gallon.
-or icUs. Soein? la believing, give me a call
and judge tor yoursell.
taJCiAT. cirxrrc .Q.ii.nnu
'h 7 -m-. " : j& ,
KHtS'palW eorx .anaetilteuiemfHan-L-.
agemeut, IsTurDiahing tbeBrst BRJiSDsof
' 12JX3ENTS. AJDRINE i
I with all tbe Eastern Periodicals and
rtawrdnw;oiiBt;uU fnlru ,t
v Tiijr''3 C. ,W. SAVAGE; Prop'ri
oppiiiUTtHa Bet,ijqaiimM respousiuiinic
or hrasWavbyfamiIytrOTbTes,7or excised by
- EiGLE BREWERY I
TAX - PAYERS' NOTICE.
-r , iT adhup t rrlef TT7rr 11?
) faeState ij)f.OrrKtn, ppredf OatjbiT
- irr1870Tjtio!ritfnif aboard uf-Eonalizatibn
turn la w (Jive uu.ivu hua. iub dbiu uuoiu vi
friualir.ation,will,iD9et the Taxpayera of , Jack
ton cbdnly on'thelartMonilay io i&rjga'ft. 1873.
at tbe Clerk's "Office fn- JackkoTiUe, for1 the
purpore of correcting an f errors that may bavr
;)(CTrr,en5LtbY1.Tnnt,br; liWriloW Tor
other property, either in valae o'r ownership,
and that fach,Bofir will .continue such fitting
'dhtil'the eiimination ofthe Ae!ment Roll is
;McompUsbed, All-those- feelinz- themselves
aKgrieved byover ass'esfment wilt 'appear' be
fore aid Board nridTEtate their,gri3taoees, .
11 .D. H. TAYLOR,
sessotor Jackson conntyjOre'goo.
Jacks6aTllle.-A'rignst'15tB.'1873i ' M
or- '. .
a 4 .?.' y
RECEIPTS AND EXPEND1TIRES
fjte jackson" cotratfr ore-
VXsgon, irom July' lstj 18T2jjto: Jaly
Vtbr.1873, aspei" statemeut ma'dB with
E Tfc STATE FCXD.- - -
an-d ppiis?..'. :-: ..:..'. . . ro;o8 3G
By State taxes paid as per '.
receipts 'filed..:.;..' .'..VlOjOGSi'SG
KO)0NTT rniJD, DK. ftl
To Balatfc" i Treasnry $ .' '
Julvmt'. 1872....C:'..... 1,419 G4
Poll taxes from Assessor "1,000 00
State warrants on hand,., 555 ,43
- J u . 7
sale oLbridge on Eear
t Ci ek in. Arf. .iv?,."? . pr n 20 oo
ATno'niit 'eceTved' from
iciij iivcuaca....... .
Amou'ut rtcerved ' ttotS''
Peddlers' licenses;?!. 40OO
Amount received',yirom -1- Ml
liquor licenses::,1!? - 300.00
Anlqup't receivefTCfrQm" ! T'
Fay &,Reafof felt..'. 'f4$ 00
Amount 'rcceiv'ea.''3r'6m' i "
forfeitures'.T. ..."?.'...;.. '
Amiiunt' received "from
Amount IfanVon's' burial' '
' ,1: ,
AiVoliflt1 C6anrrs-'tates ':
received fromtSh'ertfl... 439,298 67
Amount-fit -note of -Carrie-. - Jit
SotvandjJphn-Bott 750 00
AmouW'bl State1 "scrip '
for transportation ,-of ir
arms ,-ii-....-. .j.. .....i 150 00
Swa.V-' CQUSTT FUNDS, CB. r "v
Bv C3iinty -Warrants paid.i $!
cancelled and returned 22,40.7 05.
.Special tax. warrants can- sj.
'sceiea ...r.....U'... . r,u4atoi
d i rearer v-r.. ........,; i,o-oo
... A-I I-'U"!'.,'
Amount ' transferred'- to. ,
:-a:-' . .. -'.. ,i ,i.
Total, 30,982 17
Balance iri"-Treas:uryl.',;;.;.;' 7J305 81
i, .yti .1 :" -3r,-t --
-i . .". , ' 44,377,98
County warrants ve beenidrawft
lor claims anoweu jruru juiy isi, loiz,
.' T..1.. T.. 10i-".i'i:il . i
Foi Expenses ot 'Circuit -a
Court .- j. 3,872 53
Tbq support of- indi- i. - t
. .geiit pejsons.; 1,424 23
'County printing .... 345 Otf
Roads, bridges and su-'
.per.vjsorg j ;... 2253 68
. FeeainJustices'couiJsi i"lli030.J0
EleC' ns ', '755 20
-Stati6nery"a'nd expresr,- X vs. '
. sasreon J-oks.'. . "" ,210 81
A Salary of Co. Judge. . I,0OO".OO
&.." Salary 'of 'Co. Treas- &?$'
. Salary ot Co. School
. It SorntVt.de.it i JB -J 500 00
Salary of Co. Commis--
sion'niV.Vn.'.V... " .344 20
Dist. Attorney's fees... 757 50
County Clerk's fees... 1,785 50
. (Fuel and lio'lits.-'j,. , ;. "1 7Q 00'
- Coroners' inquest.'. . t, -127 00
Special tax" for Link ,
River;Rul..v..iv-.. ,iia;495 01
Work done for County 44 50
Ballot boxes... .. "I r..- J -65 0d
Jaitpr',8 lees' rind, board - ' -'
ot prisoners....!.'...'1 1,14000
Insaue.pers(ns-.i-j. 40 00
Transportation of arm's 150 50
-j vs,'GilesJ Wells etiaH ,io'-100j (JO
Ex-County Clerk, SiA -w.
,T .J.,Day,.v..,,,,. 41 20
-- Aisesidr'gfaos-a'ria per11'1 u '
diem. 670 00
Hospital 1,425 00
conveying Rn?opeto . R , ;
".'':''":-': v-.s.t- c-5-134.00
Building bridge over '.s.i ' iq .
Applegate 500 00
Meals oHJuymen..i'., :'"'fl oOJ
Ex-SherifFr- KlippelV - -
vl!$J&Z-' t '55 33
Fees of SherifT Green
-"Fea of. bherifr.Siskt-'
. yoa-Co.!' CaT.-l . .hx. i
' ;,d Fees'of SheriffbTLInh"'1 '
. i;r. -Ilfrn -'-.-"-- -.: r
,jASundry ariiclesit'or tha f-
? i U.Oounty . .'. ..I..?. ;i
?Jm.ymm "gainst1 State1-
a' 'BaWenTi " w "-'
,jt oo if .a .!
SCHOOI. FCNO, DE.
To Balance in Treasury July f
Ist,:l822. ...., 2,202 25
Amount received for, fines 80 00
Amount. Co. tax, .March
Uthr....... ,. 2,8Gl 20
. Amount Co.'.tax, July 1st 535, 95
Amount received from
State SchoolBoard..!,... 1,004. 82
'f.f ... ,j . . . 7V6-14 2
By" discount on1- currency,
' -$1,0071 8Pc ..... 120 84
School Superintendent's '
orders paid, ,i ..
-' Balance-in Treasury ,;;
Tho'ioregoing Exhibit is published
by order of tho;County Commissioners!
at their August session. 1873 : and I
certify that it is sf true statement ot
the fubllcr unds of, Jackson connty,
Oregon, as taken from the books', and
per vouchers from the County Treas
urer now on file in this Office.
P. DUNN, County Clerk.
Augnst 6, 1873. ' '
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Pbrtland, Oretjon, '
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TEA, TOBACCO. UC,ARS;. LlpjlJOItS
' t All - j , '
And aU'.Gooaa usually kept by Wholesale (jro-
- i ALtfir ' i . '
GOODS ""IMPORTED DIlfECT BY OUR ,
Firm will be .offered at '" jr 3j.
a -. i ,-,rftjiaJi
SAN FRANCISCO PRIclrft 1?
' CORB1TT, & Jf ACLEAY.
GEO. WOODS dt, ItCb'S
onG--rxris ' ','
THE MOST ItEMAKKABLE INSTRU
imentjever perfected ; capable of the riiost
beantifoL musical effects, and' in tbe most ele
AtjL. LOVJSBS OF MUSIC
Should. see them, .and hear their
combination;, soto stops.
' ., "Wlf. G. BADGER,
Qf 7 Sansdme St., San Francisco, has: tbem.
TRAVEIjERS and TEAMSTERS,
1,'ooU Thla 1Vyr
rHE STABLES Pf"gE0,. WAQNER,, at
Roeeburcr, Oreeon. will keen horses on hair
at 25. cts., and ou grain ai 75 cts., or' will re-
lan uaj auu grain mquantities to tint team
sters and travelers Having, ample accommo
dations, I bop, by strict attention tobiulncts
to merit a fhnre of the public patronage.
mny ai, ioio. niB UbU. IYAUNEU.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
THE 'EUROPEAN PHaN,
Cor, Penna.Jk.ve-and 6th St..
rpniS HOTEL HAS BEEN CLOSim.
JLsincf April last, andiasi daring the'ili
paet aummer. underzoos-tha rnnt il.nr. !!
ough renovation. It bas been refurnished wilh
eiegani, wainu; Marnto Top Fnraiture, Sprhi"
Bed, Velvet ana'Brusselij carpets throughour,
Tbejornllure andiappo'intmcats have been
manufactured to,orderxpreMiv for this houra
and are equal In stjlea durahUity to any
European Hotel fii the country. 'The rooms
are arranged en htife and ringle, and will be
rented ,from.$l 00 to $5 00 per day (including
A spacious, Ladies' aud.iGentlemen's dlnihg
.room. Gentlemen's resiaurant, lunch and re
freshment saloons are' conveniently arranged,
where, alr.meals -wilt be served a la carle.
. A I'Ofralifcount will be made- to those dc
81"PBjo, remain by the week or month.
' " Wtinnnttpv nrrnpM
!Dec: 11. t'R7mi -- -n""Wrr
E, S. :. MORGAN .'& O.O.,
;' jF'P.l.yV ARD'.j'NG
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ATTEND FAlfHFtJLliY, ftf !LL
lousiness raturnsted to'ourlcare. -"
aOur Forwarding and Storage1 Cfcarers.
from and after this dale;. will' be'uDitofm'with
the cbarKes at CresceDt Oity,and-Beddinp,
Soliciting tbe contioaed.patrcaageof onr
friends and tbe public,
We are respectfully,,. , r
E. -.( MORGAN & (CO,
' Bosebnrge, Jane 14, 1873. . fc . ,18o2tf
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