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THE CffiEGON SENTINEL
Ved'nesday, - November, 6, 1878.
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AGENTS FOE THE SEHTIHEL.
8. M.Tettepgilli; Co New York
43eo.P.llowell,Co .....New York
Howell k Cbeesman St. Louis
L. P. Flsljer. :; : . ; San Francisco
D.H. Stearns Portland
M. E. CrfoEcn. Religions services ev
ery Snnday at the nual hours, by the Rev
erend. M. A. Williams, D. A. Crowell ab'd
Catholic SelitvtCES. Services will be
eld nt.the Catholic Church in this place
every Sunday at the ncual hours in the
tnorditfc and evening! Rev. Father Ulcn
M. E. Suimht School. Krc'iUr mc
Ing every Sunday afternoon at 2 clotk
Catholic Sunday School. Repnl r
meeting every Sunday afternoon at 2
House asd Lot Foil Sale. Situa
ted a short distance east of Jackson
ville. For particulars enquire at
Kreutzer's Bakery, on Oregon Street.
For SAEk or Trade. Any "one
having a good spring wagon -which they
want to trade for a span of good work
horses can be accommodated by calling
at this office immediately.
Real Estate. Real estate trans
actions have occured as follows since
bur last report:
Richard Davis and wife to James F.
Davis, 146 acres of land in Jackson
bounty; consideration $1,500.
New Mail Route. The Post office
Department has recently ordered that
all the mails for Cresent City and way
ports Bhall hereafter be carried by the
ocean steamers plying between that
place and San Francisco. This will
lake off a good portion of the mail now
being carried on the Cresent City
Election op Officers. The follow
ing are the newly elected officers Of
Slate creek Lodge, No. 285, 1. 0. G. T.:
Jno. S. Chattain, W. C. T.; Farinda
Borough, W. V. T.; S. A. Borough,
Sec.; Benton Borough, W. F. S.; John
Johnston, W. Tij Marcus Moody, "W.
C; Mary Moody, W. M.; S. P. Sloan,'
W. L G.;W. McAllister, W. 0. G.;
Geo. Sloan, A. S.
ScnooL Meeting A special meet
ing of the qdalificd voters ill School
District No. 1, .is calle'd by Henry
Klippel, Clerk of this District, for the
purpoMs of voting to levy a tax for the
Support of the free school in this place,
hud for the transaction" bf such other
business as may properly come before
Ihe meeting. A full attendance is re5
A Good Citizen Dead. After an
illness of only eight days, Thomas B.
Gregory died at his sou's residence in
Sam's Valley, on Thursday last, of
pneumonia, at the ago of G3 years and
6 months. Mr. Gregory was a native
of Canada, and has only resided in this
bounty a short time, but during his
residence in this locality he has made a
host of friends, who will bo grieved to
hear of his sudden demise:
Serexade. Last Saturday evening
"the Jacksonville Brass Band, accom
panied by a number of the prominent
bitizens of this place, visited the res
idences' of Judges Prim and Hanna
and gave them a complimentary sere
nade in honor of their recent appoint
ments as Supreme and Circuit Judges
of this State. A congratulatory
speech was made at each place, by T. B.
Kent,- which was responded to by the
(Judges after which the crowd was in
vited in to partake of refreshments;
Serious Runaway: Matt Ish had
one of the most disastrous runaways
one evening last week that wo have
had to record for some time past, the
particulars of which are about as fol
lows: He was on his way home from
town, and when opposite the residence
bf J. Beggs, in the lower part of tdwn,
the team became unmanagable and
started to run away. Matt was thrown
but but escaped without serious injury.
The wagon was badly demolished and
each of the horses had a leg broken in
the runaway. The horses were so badi
ly injured that no hope of their 'recov
ery was entertained and both were
shot on the following day.
Diphtheria. This disease is now
prevalent in certain portions of this
bounty, and a determined effort should
be made to prevent its spreading. Dr.
Danforth informs us that in the family
of Ben Emersbti) of Foot's creek, five
bf the children ire how down with this
sickness in its most dangerous form,
and one case,vthatof their infant child,
proved fatal on Monday last. The re
maining children are all very low at
last accounts, but there is still somo
hopes of their recovery.
Since writing the above wo learn
lliat another ono of the children has
died their four year old daughter and
the other three" art lying in a very crit
ical condition Wo have not heard of
Ihe spread of Iho disease outside of the
Rain this week.
Your taxes are due.
Paul Schoen the piano tuner is in
Joseph Patterson has returned from
Hon. Wm. Kaler and wife has re
turned from Salem.
J. F. Glazelyj of Canyorfvillei was in
town last week.
The County Commissioner's Court
meSts next Monday.
Sheriff Bybee sent 200 hogs to Hap
py Camp last week.
"Wild water fowls are now passing
over in large numbers.
Over 4,000 deaths in New Orleans
from the yellow fever.
No business transacted in the Jus
tice's Coltrfc last week.
The social-advertised for last Friday
night did not take place.
Langell Bros, received another load
of barbed wire last week.
Prof. W. T. Chapman is the new ed
itor of the Ashland "Tidings".
Hon. C. C. Beekman returned from
San Francisco last Monday night
Chris Baily is making stencils and
rubber stamps for the Phoenixites.
The "Bee" takes dispatches and is
now one of the newspapers of Portland.
Clias. Nickel and Miss Sophie Nickel
returned ire'm the State Fair last week.
Epizootic is what ails every other
person you meet on the street now
W. C. Myer arrived at his home
near Ashland from the State Fair last
Richard Cook and wife, of Fort
Klamath, are visiting friends in this
St, Francis Church is- the new name
given to the Catholic Church at Eagle
Nick Ficko is having a new resi
dence built opposite that of John
E. O. Steel, School SupiTntendenT
of Lake county, tlkd at JLikcvicw i
few days ago.
Geo. H. Young, accomjanied by his
son Willie, returned from Fort Klam
ath last week.
Wast Ingram will have chargo of J.
R. Cameron's band of sheep duriig the
J. S. Howard is now engaged in
surveying the new ditch for Owen,
Magruder &. Co.
Two hundred scholars attend the
different departments of the Jackson
ville District school. .
Rev. A. Hardison will hold services
at the M. E. Church next Sunday morn
ihg at the usual hour:
San Francisco wool quotations of
Nov. 3d quote Eastern Oregon at 14
18 and valley at 2022
Circuit Court convenes on the 11th
of this mouth. Judge Hanna will then
preside for the first time.
C. ScheiffeliiL; of Rock Point, called
on us this week, and reports everything
flourishing in that locality.
The O. it C. stage company will
change from Summer -to Winter time
in about a couple of weeks.
The report that Mrs. Charlotte
Spaulding died in San Francisco a
short time ago is now denied.
W. J. Plymale has added one of
those new style piano-bed buggies to
his large stock of fine turn-outs.'
The Mechanics' fair held at Portland,
terminated last Tuesday. It is said to
have been quite successful.
John Slagle is erecting a new black
smith shop at Willow Springs. The
old building has been torn down.
MoCully and Moore have taken
their band of SCO sheep to the
Humphrey place on Rogue River.
Religious services will be held at
the Catholic Church at Eagle Point
on the tliird Sunday of each month.
J. R. Camdfon has taken between
8,000 and9j000 head of wethers to
the San Francisco market this season.
A lady named King was taken to
the Insane Asylum from Coos county
lastweek: She is about 20years of age.
Hon. Mathew Fountain, one of the
members of the Legislature from this
county, returned from Salem last week.
Dr. Robinson and wife have taken
rooms at Judge Duncan's residence.
Professional calls promptly attended to.
The lawyers who attended the last
term of Circuit Court held in Jose
phine county returned last Thursday
Circuit Court in this county, Judge
Hanna presiding, will convene on
Monday next. Tho docket promises to
T. J. Kdhny receivdd his limes and
lemons last week; Ho Tvill receive an
other lot, together with somo fine oran
ges, in a few days.
Both stages continue to pass through
herein tho evening several hours be
Our farmers are happy once more,
as sufficient rain has fallen, to enable
them to commence their Fall plowing.
The Yreka "Union" has entered on
its twenty seventh year of publication
It is one of our best local exchanges.
Our subscribers se'e'm to have forgot
ten that wood they promised us. Bring
it around before bad weather commenc
es. W. G. Kenney took a load of China
men to Galice creek this week, who are
to work for the English company dt
W. J. Plymale has been confined to
his room for a week dst with the pre
vailing epizootic, but is now able to be
The Quarterly meeting of the M. E.
Church, South, was held at Phoenix
last Saturday and Sunday. Rev. A.
Governor Thayer has appointed T. J.
Stites, late candidate for State Super
intendent of Public Instruction, as his
Considerable government freight is
now being hauled to Fort Klamath.
Solomon fc Muller are pushing it for
ward 'with dispatch.
November 28th has been set "apart
as a day for general thanksgiving by
President Hayes. That turkey can be
sent in immediately.
School Superintendent Fountain
paid our sch'iyl a visit jn an official
capacity last week, and reports it in a
W. Moore has completed his new
residence in the Southern portion of
town and moved his family to that
place on Monday last.
Real estate business has been very
dull in this county for a couple of
weeks past only one transaction having
been recorded last week:
Edward 0 Steele, School Superin
tendent of Lake County, who died at
Lakeview a few days ago, was a son of
Hon. E. Steele of Yreka.
Nort Eddings has recovered from his
late "indisposition" and resumed his
place on the drive between Rock Point
and the Mountain House":
C. W. Broback, the member of the
lower house of the legislature from
Lake count-, passed through town
last week on his way home:
The Directors of the Heifer Grove
School District ha e secured the ser
vices of Ohas Prim as teacher for that
school for the ensuing quarter.
Miss Annie Miller has recovered
from her late indisposition and resumed
her place as teacher of the primarj' de
partment of Cur district school.
Clackamas county was awarded first
premium on pears, grapes, plums, quin
ces, beans, rutabagos, mangle wurtzel,
carrots, broom-corn, potatoes, eta
Dr. Will Jackson will visit Ashland
on the 20th of this month and remain
until the 14th of December. His of
fice will be above the City Drug Store.
John Oimborskyj D. G. S. of the
Improved Order of Red Men of this
State, will start for Lake county this
week to visit the lodges in that locality.
Wm Hale, of Lake county, has been
spending several days in town during
the past week. He has chargo -of
George Nurse's farm in the Lake coun
try. Dr Rostel has a curiosity in the shape
of an egg. It is perfectly formed, and
was found inside bf another egg and
in size is about as large as a pigeon
Sheriff Bybee will start a drove of
200 fat hogs for Scott valley, California,
nest Tvfeek. This will make two droves
of 200 each that he has started within
Sargent Dtinlap has made quitd a
neat job out of the new fence ardund'
the Court house enclosure, notwith
standing the fact that it i3 built with
Jas. A. Cardwell will commence
building an addition to his commodious
livery stable in this place in a few days
on the vacant lot between his stable
and Ryan's store.
Ben Simptson has again been pro
vided for. We learn that he is to be
General Inspector of Customs at Port
land, a new office just created, at a
salary df 82,800 per year.
Capt D. J. Ferreo has returned to
his home in Lake county from his re
cent trip to Pendleton, where he con
veyed the freight belonging to Capt
Jackson's company of cavalry.
"Dearest," he murmured, ecstatically
as he folded her in his arms for the first
time-, "lei me sample the nectar of your
lipsi" "Take a whole schooner of it,'
she faintly whispered, "it's all on tap."
Another large invoice of hew goods
was received at Bilgers hardware store
last Monday. In addition to this, some
fine brands of whiskies and brandies
wero also received.
Latest news from Salem reports
Hon. G. W. Colvigj as .convalescent
Hopes are entertained that he will bo
able to be brought home soon.
In the case of E. Jacobs vs. (J. F.
Hershburger and Frank Merritt, in
the Circuit Court, in vacation, a state
ment and confession of judgement was
made by the defendents on the 26th,
twDillon.hasJjusfef received his
r's'stock'of 'liquors - and cimrs.
w inter s'stociC'Ot "liquors' ana cimrs.
and can always be found ready to wait
on his many customers. Matt is one
of the "bhoys" and treats his friends
S. P. Hanna has just built a new
buck-board for M. Colwell, to bo used
on the mail route between Ashland
and Linkviild during the Winter
months J JDavid.CxoriemillerTdonei the
Matt Heldringcr, convicted of man
slaughter for the killing of Lewis Jonesr
and sentenced to the pentcntiary last
Fall for a term of five years, has been
pardoned by Governor Thayer, and
has returned home.
QliiU? d large number of tho farmers
of this valley have this, season built
neat and commodious residents on
their places, and -n e think they will
how compare favorably with any" on
the coast for homelike comfort
Judge P. P. Prim, J. R. Neil, E. B.
Watson, A. C. Jones and S. P. Hanna
returned from Kerbyville Jast Thursday
evening, in a private hack furnished by
Dick Ish. They attended the term of
CircuitCourt. held at that place.
The miners of this county are htfw
better prepared for working their
claims than ever before. A largo
amount of money has been expended
;n digging uitchesand placinghydraulics
on the diggins during the past Summer.
Louis Herling, one of the early resi
dents of this place, returned from San
Francisco last week, and expects to
make his permanent home in this place
once more. We learn that Mrs. Herl
ing will also soon join her husband
Sheriff Bybee is the owner"bf three
Kentucky Maltese Jacks, and finding
these more than he wants he offers one
of them either ftJr'sale or trade. He
will trade one for either sheep, cattle or
hogs. Call soon if youwant to secure
one of these fine animals.
By telegraph we learn of tho death
Mrs. Dan Cawley, formerly a resident
of this place, in San Francisco, on the
4 th inst She was a lady highly re
spected for her many social qualities
and leaves a large circle of friends and
acquaintances to mourn her loss.
Miss Dora Cardwdll has just received
her Fall and Winter stock of millin ery
and fancy goods which she is selling at
prices that defy competition. The ladies
will cio weil by calling and examining
this stock of goods, as all her hats, etc
are of the very latest styles.
Joe Clough started Norlh on last
Saturday's stage. We heard him say
that he had received an appointment
to act as one of the Supremo J udges,
but we donfr believe it, and think his
appointment is of a different class
Wm. Kreutzer will be ready to serve
customers with lunch at all hours of
the day, and until 10 or 11 o'clock
at night, by next week. He has some
extra fine Limburger cheese on the road
which will probably arrive by that
Rev. Herman Krebs, the" German
Lutheran Minister Who usually pays
an anual visit to this , place, preached
in the Court House in Yreka last Sun
Jay evening. He is traveling on footj
as usual, but we have not heard whether
he will extend his trip as far North as
this place or not
Ashland Election. The election
for municipal officers of the town of
Ashland, was held at that place last
Monday -with tlid following result:
For town Trustees, J. S. Herrin, H T.
Inlow, W. .Mitchell and S. W: Kilgoro
were elected. For Treasurer J: D.
Fountain received one majority over
E. J. Farlow. For Recorder the vote
was a tie between T. G. Watters and
A. V. Gillette. Eor Marshal the vote
was also a tie between Eugene Wolrad
and E. M. Miller each receiving thirty-two
votes. On the vote for Trus
tees a tie occurred between two of the
candidates, and those elected will "be
called upon to decide who of those tied
shall fill the different offices-.
Foot Cut. J. W: Simjisdn, of
Butte Creek, came near cutting off his
foot one day last week while repairing
a fence. He was chopping a board at
the time, and the ax glancing off the
sharp edge struck him on the instep of
the right foot, cutting a fearful gash.
The wound iS a fdry painful one, but
Mr. Simpson is dofng as well as could
be expected under the circumstances.
It will havo the effect, however, of lay
ing him up for repairs during the
'Circuit Court In Josephine -,
The October term of Circuit Court
for Josephine county-Judge P. P. Prim
presiding commenced at Kerbyvflle
on the 28th ult,-with the following of
ficers present: J. R. Neil, District At
torney, John Taylor, Sheriff and Chas1.'
For the following report of the oto-
ceedingswe are indebted, to Judge
The Grand Jurv found a tftm kill
against A. J. Martin'for larceny, for
stealing b. Messenger s horses'. Also a
true bill against Martin Mackcv nn.l
William Mackey for an assault with a
dangerous weapon on W. Q. Brown.
Martin plead guilty and was sen
tenced to three years imprisonment in
The Mackeys raRcf, plead guilty and
were fined one hundred dollars each.
In the case of tho State vs. Jacob J.
Moore, indicted for larceny of hogs,
the jury, after being out all night, re
turned a verdict of guilty. Defendant
filed amotion for a new trial, which
was granted by the court, and tho case
continued to next term.
In the caso of the State of Oregon
vs. Edward Maloney and others indict
ed for breaking a mining ditch, the ju
ry returned a verdict of not guilty.
W. B. Hay vs. Isaac Cox and John
Martin; suit to foreclose mortgage.
H. F. Simon vs. Samuel Deetrick
and others; suit to foreclose mortgage.
Continued for service.
The Josephine Mine. From Sheriff
Bybee we learn that everything is now
in readiness at these mines to begin
work, and piping will be commenced in
a few days. Two giants will be used,
and a number of men are now employ
ed in laying the second pipe, which will
be completed in ten days. The ditches
Will also bo finished by that time, but
only one giant will be used, as that is
all their present supply of water will
run. After the winter rains begin both
giants will be run to their full capacity,
and the owners of the mine feel sanguine
of meeting with success.
New Mining Enterprise. A new
enterprise has been inaugurated at
Willow Springs by the transfer of
certain mining property in that local
ity to Portland capitalists. J. Brandt
Jr., Superintendent of the O. fc C. R. R.
Co., is the principal stockholder, "and
tho new company expect to put on
about 1,500 feet of hydraulic pipe this
season. They have also purchased sev
eral water rights and ditches in the im
mediate vicinity, which they will place
in good repair for this Winter's work.
Al McKenzie, an old and experienced
miner, is Superintendent of the mines.
A Good Yield.i Dan Fisher last
week completed the crushing of 1,500
pounds of rock taken from the mines of
the Fort Lane Quartz Company, and
realized S21C in gold. This company
has some' fify or sixty tons of the same
rock in sight, and they are now talking
of building another arastra for crush
ing it They also have some placer
mines adjoining, and are now making
preparations for .working them this
Winter. Thos. Kahler is Superintend
ent of these mines.
Mining Notice. Notice is hereby
given that there will be a meeting of
the stockholders of the Grave creek
Ditch & Mining Company at their of
flee in Jacksonville) Jackson county,
Oregon, on the 18th day of November,
1878, at one o'clock, p. M., for the pur
pose of electing officers and directors,
and for the transaction of such business
as may come before the meeting. By
order of Directors,
Secretary G. C. D. i: M. Co.
For Klamath. Lieut Sheldon and
family, accompanied by two enlisted
men, passed through town yesterday
on their way to Fort Klamath. Lieut.
Sheldon is First Lieutenant of Col.
Whippet's command, and is now on
his way to join his company. Alvin
Cardwell conveyed them to the Fort
in a private conveyance.
Countt Court. In this Court,
Judge Day presiding, the following busi
ness was transacted last week: C. W.
Kahler, administrator of the estate of
John Bilgdr, deceased, vs. Baird &.
Seabring; action at law to recover
money. Continued till next regular
term of court,
SERiots Misfortune. Mr. C. D.
Reed, of Jackson creek, had an acci
dent last week which may result in the
loss of ono of his eyes. Ho was en
gaged in driving a nail into a fence,
and failing to hit it square on tho
head, the nail glanced off and struck
hint in the eye. The eye bled con-
I siderable at the time of the accident,
and he" has been unable to distinguish
objects with it since. Ho still lias
hopes of having tho sight in that eye
restored, and wo wish him that good
The general health of our community
H. York, of Joscphino county,
gathered from ono acre of corn ninety
five bushels, his whole crop1 averaging
about sixty bushels, to thef acre. If
any one can beat this yield let them
show it or stop their blowing.
The vegetable crop is quite" good;
cabbage of enormous size, onions and
potatoes that have been puffed feut
Applegate vegetables' need no puffing,
as they speak for themselves.
Miners are busy getting their ditch
es, etc., in readiness for this Winter's
work, and stowing their provisions and
But little grain has yet been sown,
but our farmers are ready to commence
work as soon as sufficient rain falls.
Nobody sick flow except ono fellow
down the river who is suffering under
a severe attack of love sickness. Re
port says that he is to bo "spliced" soon,
when a cure will be effected.
Some money in circulation.
Maggie Davison, of Williams creek,
is lying very low with the fever at her
That Jacksonville gent who played
"iedro" at Bolts store recently says
that hereafter he will take his drinks
DOX'T FORGET IT.
If you arc troubled with nervousness,
fire disheartened, tired of life, fear
death or feel out of sorts as the saying
is, you may safely conclude that you
have tho dyspepsia or Liver Complaint
The liver is very apt to become torpid
this season of the year as poisons aris
ing from stagnant water or decaying
vegetation are more numerous and are
thought inhalation taken into the
blood. Unless the liver is strong and
active, and furnishes a supply of fresh
and pure blood to drive out the im
purities, the alovo mentioned symp
toms surely follow, and if not heeded,
end in more terrible diseases and
death. White's Prairie Flower proves
itself the Great Liver Pancea. Its
action on tho liver is different from
any other medicino ever compounded.
Its cures are truly wonderful. Try it.
Prico twenty-fivo cents and seventy
hve cents. or salo by Jl. U. Brooks.
Arrested for Murder. Mrs. Lal-lemcntjT-tho
woman at whose residence,
in Portland, the-lato EdwardH-Rig-
ney was discovered in a dying condi
tion from the effects of poison, was 'ar
rested last Saturday night and lodged
in jail, so thajb the authorities might
have an opportunity to investigate the
circumstance of his death. Tho watch'
and chain mentioned as missing were
produced by her, though she at first
denied knowing anything abdut them,
but upon being questioned, said she re
tained the property so as to give it into
the hands of responsible Masons. The
trunk belonging to tho descascd was
discovered in the cellar of the building.
The Grand Jury is investigating the
Good Prospect. James Leslio this
week showed us a prospect taken from
his mines on Carberry Fork, a tributary
of Applegate, amounting to between
five and six dollars. This was taken
from five f rockera "full of dirt, and Jim
my says he k nows it was honest, as ho
dug it out himself. The mines are
owned by James Leslie, Jas Lawrence,
Fred Grube and Chris Wintjen.
Morrell's Minstrels. This troupo
gave one of their excellent entertain
ments at the Club Room last Saturday
evening to a crowded house. This is
one of the many troupes that pass
through this place that i3 not a bilk,
and is deserving of tho liberal support
GrERMAN Services. Froraafostalcard
received by a gentleman of this city
wo learn that Rev. Herman Krebs,
German Lutherean Minister, will hold
services at the Court House next Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock a. ji., and
in the evening at 7:30 p. m. A good
attendance is requested.
Ex-Navy Pay Inspector R. C. Spald
ing was put on trial on tho 29th in San
Francisco, in thd XL S. circuit court
before Judge Sawyer, with Judge Hoff
man as associate, on a charge of making
and uttering fraudulent navy pay ccrtifi
catcs. The jury brought in a verdict of
Fixed to Stay. Dr J. W. Robin
son and wife returned from Salem last
week and have located here permanent
ly. They expect to fit up an office in
tho room adjoining Kreutzer's baker)-,
on Oregon St., whero the Dr. can be
found at all hours of the day.
Returned. Mrs. Dr. Callender re
turned from Fort Colvillo last Monday
and expects to remain hero for a short
time. We learn that the Dr. will also
arrive in a jew days.
Tho two great plagues upon this coun
try tho yellow fever and Dennis
Kearney are subsiding.
Prevent Dcenr of tiic TectU
With their surest preservative, aroaiafc, .
ic SOZODONT. Whiteness oJt tho?
dental row, a healthful rosiness and
hardness of tho gums, a sweet bitb;
an agreeable taste in tho mosih, erf ,
these are conferred by S030DONT. .
Docs not such an iuvaluablrt iJl!et or-,,,
tide, one so pure as well .is effective
deserve the popularity it enjoys? ifosC '
assuredly. It has no rival worthy of
the name. Tho ordinary powders and
pastes are nothing to it, and ance its
appearance, have rapidly lost ground.
Sold by druggists.
ThrfOlympia, Seattle and Walla Wal
la Postmasters have each recently been
given aii increase of salary:. Tha
Olympia P. M. is to get $1,700 dur-'
ing tho present year, and tho Seattle .
P. M. $1,900, and tho Walla Walla
P. M. $2,100.
It is rumored that Ev Us McComajf .
is to retire from the editorial find busi
ness management to the "Union "Se'nti
nel" and come to Portland to take en
tire chargo of tho St Charles Hotel.''
The roof of the State Capitol has
been examined and will bo repaired in
a few days preparatory for the Winter
storms. The estimate cost is some
thing under $500;
Leland Stanford has teen elected ;
President of the Occidentil and Orien
tal Steamship Company in the place o(
the late D.D.Coltonj
ESTThe National Gold Meclai
was awarded to Bradley fc Kulof
son for the best Photographs in tho
United Stales, and the Vienna Med
al for the best in the world.
420 Montgomery St. San Francis
HAYMOND DOWXINQ.-At Wood
vil'e, Nov. 4th by Rev E. Dimmick,
TLcm. Iluymond and Miss Amanda T
MOURIS-MCREYNOLDS In this clfyy
October 30th, by Hon. S. J. Day, Elbcr
Morris ami Miss Lliibeth McReynolda;
J. W. ROBINSON, M.D.
pHYSICIAN AND SURQE0N,
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. ,
OHlceon OrvgonSt., next tfoor to Kreutxer! baker t
Residence at Duncan'.
HOFFMAN & PENN.
ARE NOW PREPARED TO MAKti
all siz:s or mining pipe in workman
like-manner They will put up pipe on thd
claim ready for work, cheaper than the
cheapest. Iron furnished at prices loner
than ever known in Jackson county. Call
and see them; they mean business.
A Scientific Broom Maker
For farther particulars enquiro at thU'
rTUKEN UP BY THE UNDER-
signed. Id the presinct of Dardanells,
a red ball, marked with crop swallow fork
and underbit in right ear. No brands per
ceivable. He i-J breachy. The owner can
have the same by paying charges
J. B, Parker.
Bic Butte Ore-rcn Oct. 15th 1878.
S. P. HANNA,
TN CRONEUILLER'S DDILDING 13 Ijf
X receipt or a full assortment of material
acil prepared to do all work in his line on
thort notice and in a workmanlike manner.
Vehicles of every description made to of
Terms rcasonablo and satisfaction gtiaraQ
XiTRepairing a speciality.
S. P. HANNA.
Jacksonville. February, 20. 1878.
TnE PROPRIETOR WISHES TO W
form the public and traveling commu
nity that helms refitted and famished thd
bouse formerly known as tho Logan House
and has in connection a first class stable.
He ah-o has saddle hursC in readiness" for
through passengers to Crescent City and San
Faue from Waldo to Crescent City $10.
F. W. SAWYER. Proprietor. '
Oregoh St. Jacksonville.
THE HESTOE1 LVaEU BEEU ALWAYS HEM
uu luuil auUrefely fur tale bj tho keg ur glaum
THE CHY BREWERY.
VEIT SCHUTZ, - .. Proprietor.
I WOOLD MOST RESPECTFULLY IN.
form the citizen of Jackionille anjfOES
tho world at large, that the; can flail, attJMMHM
an j time, at taj llrawerr, the beat lager Vi
beer. In any quantity the purchaaor may detlra
My house ia cnnrenlently ultuiUJ and my roots we
always ia Older. A TlltwlU please, you. .