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THE :OREJON SENTINEL
THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS
1. Bobseribrrs who do not kItb express notice to
be Contrary, urn conslJered as wishing t continue
2. If anjr (robjcrllwrs order tlie dlscontlnuanee or
their newspapers, the publisher mav continue to
end them until all arrearages re paid.
5. I (subscribers neelector refuse to take their
newspapers rivtn the ohIcm to which they re di
rected, the law lioMf them rrsjonl11e until tliejr
bare settled the bills, and ordered them discontinued
4, If subscribers remove-to other places without
Informing tile publisher, and the newspapers are sent
to the firmer direction, they are held responsible.
6. The ConrtehaTedecMed that refulntn take
newspapers from thlsofSe, or reniorinc and leav.
ine; them nnralled for, is prima facie evidence of in
6. The postmaster who nejrlects to cive leeal ne
ttceof the neglect of a person to take from the office
the newspaper" addressed to him. Is liable to the pub
lisher for the subscription price.
DON'T FORGET IT.
If you are troubled with nervousness,
are disheartened, tired of life, fear
death or feel out of sorts as the saying
is, you may safely conclude that you
have the dyspepsia or Liver Complaint.
The liver is very apt to become torpid
this sea&on of the year as poisons aris
ing 5-otre stagnant water or decaying
vegetation are more numerous and are
through inhalation taken into the bloou.
Unless the liver, is stroug ami active,
and furnishes a supply of fresh and
tmitw hlnnrl In drive out the impurities.
the above mentioned symptoms surely
follow, and if not heeded, end in more
terrible diseases and death. White's
Prairie Rower proves itself the Great
Liver Paneea. Its action on the liver
is different from any other medicine
ever compounded. Its cures are truly
wonderful. Try it Price twenty-fh e
cents and seventy-five cents. For sale
by E. C. Brooks.
Should have pretty teeth in them, but
it is not unusual to see between rosy
lips, teeth discolored and decaying
through neglect This disfiguring de
fect shoul 1 be repaired without delay,
by using fragrant SOZODONT, which
removes every particle of tartar from
the teeth and renders them snowy
white. This admirable aid to beauty
is perfectly harmless and exhales a
most delightful aroma, and is in every
respect preferable to the'ovdinary tooth
pastes and powders. Try it and see
Tun Cabiket in Congress. Sen
ator Pendleton has introduced abill in
the Senate which deserves early atten
tion and to which the Senate can very
well afford to give more time than to
most of the empty political projects of
the day. It provides that the members
of the Cabinet "shall be entitled to oc--tapftcdis
on tlie floor of thrSrant"
and House of Representatives, with
the right to participate in debate on
matters relative to the business of their
respective departments, under such
rules as may be prescribed by the Sen
ate and House respectivly."
Of Interest to MiNEits.-The official
interpretation given to Congressional
Mining Law is as follows; "A mining
claim is forfeited whenever the assess
ment year is so nearly gone that the
required work can not possibly be done
in the time, and possession is resumed
until the location fully complies with
the law in these respects. A relocator
who takes possession before the locator's
year expires, cannot be ousted by the
latter while lidding inconflict with the
How the reform democracy used to
howl about "nepotism." That wasjbe
fore the party came into power. But
now Senator Eaton, of Connecticut, has
appointed one of his sons clerk to the
committee on enrolled bills, and has
another son in a fat government place.
There is no nepotism about your latter
day Democrat Of course not.
The National Gold Medal was
awarded to Bradley &: Rulofson for the
best photographs in the United States,
and the Vienna Medal for the best in
the world. 42 Montgomery Street
Br VIRTUE OF AN FXECHTION AND
order ofale duly isued out rf Ibe Circuit
Court cf the Slate or Oregon, for Jackson
cou i ty. on tbe 131b ray of March 1879. up
on a judgement and d-cree in favor of Mary
lierry, and againt B. B. Griffin. Sally Grif
fin and Josephine Griffin for the mm of
$1,139.82 gold coin of the DniLd States with
intuest at the rate of one p'r cent, p-r
munlh in liK gold coin from February 21,
1879. and the furthir turns of $89 Sfi gold
coin with interest at the rate of one pir cent,
per month from the 2M day or February
1879, and $122 9C and tbo further pnm or
$41 85 costs and disbursement, and the ac
cruing costs, and to me directed and diliv
ered. commanding aim requiring me to mike
legal levy and sale or the following described
premises viz: Ibe east hair or the west half
or donation laud claim No. 49 in township
38 S II 2 W being the east hair or that part
oT said donation claim set apirt to the said
Sally Griffin, and tbe whole or said dona
tion claim being bounded and described
as follow:-; to wit: Beginning at tbe north
west corner from which a B oik 13 inches in
diamter bears S 37 K 28 links; A B oak 20
inches in diameter N 21 E 05 links; A Boak
20 inches iu diame'er bears S 53 W 12 links;
Thence east 111,00 chains; South 80 chains;
West 49 cbain; North 4U chains; West 62
chains, and North 40 chains to tbe place of
Ugnning'to satisfy the above named de
mands in pursuance to said above requir
uents. I have levied upon and will offer for
m!c for cash in U. S gold c tin at public
auction to the highest bidder, at the Couit
House door iu Jacksonville, Jacksuu cuunlyT
urcgon, on cainrnay me ion nay ol Jay,
187U, at one o'clock r si. of said day. all the
right title aad interest of the Delendaiits B.
It. GrilTi i, Sally Griftl'i and Josephine Grif
lui in and to the above described premises.
Levied upon as the property ot the above
nan-rd Defendants B. JJ. Griffin nnd Sally
(jiithit, to satUfy the demands of the above
Dated this 31at day of March 1R79.
Sheriff. Jackon Co.. Ogn.
Louisa Earl, PUT. f In the Circuit Court
vs. J ol the State of Ore-
George D. Earl, Df."j goo for the county
Suit in equity for a divorce.
TO GKORGK D KARL, SAID DE
fendaul: Iu the uaine of the Slate ol
On gon, you are required to appear in said
nurt, and answer the complaint of said
pluitu IT, tiled against you, within ten days
Irt m the lime of tbe serv.ee of litis sum
mons on yon, ifttrvfd within said counly,
or if served on you in any othtr counly i"n
this State, thtu within twenty days from Ibe
itme of the service, or ifsirvid ou you uut-
sice ol the slate or Oregon, or by publica
tion of summons, then by the Grst day of il.e
next regular lenn of said court to-wtt, tbe
9th day of June, 187a. And you are noti
fiid that ilyou fail to answer smd complaint
as above nquirtd, tbe I'lainliff will apply
to tbe court for the relief demandid ihciein,
to-wit, for a decree ngiinst you for the dis
solution of Ibe marriage contract, hereto
fore existing between you and laid I'lmutifJ,
end the costs and disbursements of ILe suit
to be taxed.
Published in the Orpoxn Sf-ktinel by
order or Hon. 11. K. Haium, Judge ol said
court, made March 3d, 1879
U. W. KAIILKR,
Attorney lor 1'lainttff.
Justice Court for the precinct or
State of Oregon, county of Josephine es
J. Wimtr & Sous ) civil action to recover
vs. V money.
Jerome Murry, )
TO Jerome Mnrry, the above nomd De
findant: In the name of tbe Slate of
Oregon you ure hereby nquredto appear
before the undersigned, a J nstice or the Peace
for the precinct aforesaid on the Ctli day of
Mav. 1879, at 10 o'clock '.n the forenoon
of said day, at the office of said justice in
said precinct, to answer tbe above named
Plaintiff in a civil aclion.
Tbe Difendant will take notice thit il he
fail to answer the complaint herein the
PluintiO will take judgimeut against him for
the sum nl S70 9G and costs and expuises.
Given under my hand this I2ih day of March.
By order of the Conrt.
JAMES W. BAIXE,
Kerbyvillc, March 22, 1879.
-Notice of Final Settlement.
In the Counly Court of the Slate of Oregon,
ior me uouniy oi jacKson, silttDg in pro
bate on March 20th, I879.
In the matter of the estate of J. L. Louden,
AX MCLLER, ADMIXISTRA-
tor of sniil pstntp linvimr r!Trt In cohl
Court bis final nrnnnni for cpttlpmant an
also praying lor an order for setting the
time lor hearing the same, therefore notice
is hereby given that said final acrnnnt will
be heard and determinnl in snirl Hunri nn
Tuesday, .May C. 1879, at 10 o'clock a m
at wiiicn time all pirsons having any nhject
tions to said final account and settlement
mu-t then and there mike the same.
Published in the Oiiratnr Sehtivin. fnr
four consecutive wetks by ordtr of lion S
iav, Aiouniv Jiul'ie.
The Fast Trotting StallioiL
WILL STAD TnR PRESENT SEASON OP
1679. corrfrrteuciniron AnfH lut and entlinr
July 10th II" will be at Athlihtt lnediyi and at
riioeiiix weanesaart; me rrsc oi tue wet it as Jia.ii
nine" stablt. In Jarks.nnTllle.
DKSCKXI'TI N Ophlr Un beanlifhl dark cfieit-
titif. trtlhntit muk nr ntvtt. 15 hand 3' Inrhi lilcrh.
and wofplis 110 pounds. f a splendid mild dlnpoiji
Hon. and will be iu years oia on tbe idiu day or July.
He has a Hscord of 2:35.
rPnTOItriR Ophlr w sired br the Cfltbratwl
trotting stallion Ksntn Kj Hunter, lie by Rrokrn
LeRlIUrter of New YNq cranlaire Porrel Ilnnter;
greit cranillre, OM KentciJr ItunttTj great great
snrrei tinnters nam was a sir lli'nrrmare rrnra
Kentu j, from wlilch the name K ntuckr originated
tlie name of Ilnnter watderiT'd from hl Cngllsh
KentncLT Ilnnter a dam (from a Sionnshine Mare.
vassiied bv tbe trotti ig stalll)ti Ilanlen Hunter:
grandslre. Sorrel Ilnnter; great giacdslre, (tM Ken
turkT Ilnuten great great grandsire, Ilflilander.
This is a otrrect pedigree of Kentucky Hunter,
aad mtkei blm about seren-elghths lint termor per
haps, better known as Mensenger blood, and which
has been tnorough! y prortn tolielhefastebt and liest
stork of horses eter introduced into the United
Ophl r s uim was sired br Darid nul: her dim was
abed by Prince Albeit, a Messengar owned by Wil
liam Reynolds, of Colasa Cintity California Ophir's
dim is n iW owned in Santa Clara County by Dr. CL
I renrh; her dint is owned by D. M Pearls, of Rutte
County. TfteyNare both fine, large aad splendid road
sers. Pe.llgree of Onlilr's Dam's Sire D ild Hill was
sired by Back LI.."; he bySitid II ill's celebrated
trotting stallUn Ulack litwk; be tT sh-rman Mor
rgvfTitl'f jil.tlir-HiTtTirairllirBy TIuVIliln.1.
who was Imported Itom ivnglahe and ud by tiener
al DeLanoey as a charger on Loup Isbuid in 1777.
David Hill's Dim (rot bj Hanibletonlan; he by
Abdallah: lie bv old M'mbrino. anl he bv lmuorted
Messenger. The dam of lismu V.nnHn was Charles
Kent' mare bv Irapnited liflltbundrr
TEHMs! Single seivice , pat able In advance.
For the seato i, $30, pible at tlie'en I thereof. In
enrance HO, payable when it is ascertained that the
mre is in trial.
All possible care will be taken b- an eiDerienced
band, holhorouguly understands tbe treatment of
mares ana norses. to avoid accident; bnt ill njt be
responsible should auy ccur. r-iMui,rw furnished at
reasonable rates S. L. D 4.N IULS, I'rojirletor.
Johy Cowiy, Uroom.
State of California, )
Countvof Butte. J 3
m P. HENDRICKS, OF THE VOWS
L of Chico, County of Uutte, and Stale
ol Unlitorniit, belt s anl duly sworn, depos
ea and says that he is well aeouitinled with
the 6talliuo, Ophir. -and that said horse to
d-pnn. nis hnowletle 13 u sure petter ol
culls, and that ull bis colls are tiirninir nut
nicely, und that said dtponetit 13 now Ibe
owuer of two colli- of said horse, and that
nil the colts ol said burse are a fine and
protni1!!!!; a; any slock there is in tins part
111 me country, aril tlmt whi-nevrr handtol
for that purpose are HKIiivinc fine sped.
T. P. HENlHtlCKS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me ibis
14th day ol April 1879.
Gfo J. Bocbnk, Notary Public, Butte
Stale or California, )
Counly of Butte, f cs
TO UN L. KIXNKY.OF THE IOWX
O of Chieo. County 01 Butte, and Slate of
Ca tioriiia, being fiist duly bworu, depoSiS
and says that be was the owner -of Ihe stal.
lion, Ophir, ihut he and Geo. 0 Perkins, of
urovuie, purchased said horse, Ophir, from
Judge J. E. V. Lewis, of Oroville, at the
age of one yiar, that the said Kmnev &
Perkins bave been the on nets ol said horse
for eight years, nnd durins the whole time
be has never miled to get loal, in fact he is
one of thesuieet gcili rs of colts in ihis sec
tion of country, anJ thai tbe colls of the
said hois, Ophir, whi never and wherever
they have been handled fir lhat purpose.
uuie uivartaDiy shown superior spin. and
that the pedigree and speid of bi d Ophir is
truthfully set forth in the annesed hill here
to attached. J. L KINNEY.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this
14lhday or April 1879.
Oko. J. Bour.ik, Notary Pubic, Buttt
THE OLD FAVOSITE
ILL STAXI) THE ENSUING
season ol 1870. piifnmpnr-inip a n:i
1st uud endiug Julj 1st at tbe
UNION LBVERY STADLE
Jacksonville, rrsi-rvinp; to go into the coun
try as cileu as necessary for the nrcmnmo
dation of customers. Should any uure be
brnneht to the stable in his nb-ence they
will be fed and cared for without charce
10 tne owner until his relnrn Pasturagr'
funUhcd at moderate roles for tho-e deinnsr
it. Mike will be in charpe of Jm-lr tnnt
gomery, an experienced horseman, during
tire r aatru.
A!P-For trio Qfnonn son. nr.t.dkiA :
Korsemen Look to
PEICES HEDTJCED .
THE IMPORTED PERGHEEON STAL.LION
- i 7-o. m mum ak
Pride of Perch e.
' PEIDE OF PERCHE.
WILL MAKE TnE SEASON BEGINNING APRIL FIIlST AND CON-,
ttnue till July 1st: Tuesdays a)d Vedm sJays at the livery stable of Y. J. Plymale'
iu Jacksonville, and Mondiy A M, Thursday and Saturday of each week at my stables
The firstinjpnrtpd French sta'Iion tRat came west of the Alleirhinips cnmR mln nninn
inl85l. This hone wascalhd
tiii3 RiocK. Up to IBC9 there
iasiien yeara mere naveoeen live hundred and sixty-Ujjnported.
io and Illinois ewe THrnness'toTronTlwelve to Cliesn ininnrt.d stn!
Ii0n,'as well as a number of trades.
The grades of tins stock are now goinij into the Chicago and New York; markets and
readily bring from fifty to seventy five per cent, more than the coiim.in slock of work
horses. The anote show the reputation this stock has where they hive had over a quar
ter orn centarj'.s ixperiecce with them,
Seethe money brought into this connty by the sale of WHITE PRIXCE colls nnd HI
liej. There have been forty live head sold and taken out of this couotv which brought Sl.T .
317, an average price of near $29G each. They were m istiy sold when under two years
old many ol them at weaning time. They were Uki-n to California, Eastern Oregon,
Washington and Idaho Territories. Favorable reports have come from all, and iu several
n.siancin me purcnasers nave oraerea or came and J-onglit more.
WHITE PRIN'CH has not mule a 'eason here since 1873.
Every business mitt knows that large, well formed horses have always been in dfmand
at good pries, Thire has been a good deal siid that ihe Percheron stock that I have
inlroJuctd ou this coast at great coal was a f lilure, a humbug, and did not suit the wants
of farmers and teamsters. &c. These parties that give currency and credit in the above
arc no aouot, interested in some other stock
Hear what REMAB'.k jiev. thit are well
We, the undersigned, hiring bred, owned or med colts sired by the imported Percheron hore intro
dnceit lntOreionby W.C. Ujer.of tshl ind.belleTe this tik to Inn VALlt VitbK ACQUISITIDV Tl) OUR
oitrs uo i.reu uere an siinw inrir origin mat Kill UAIlhKU 1 IlilhK, liar Uj i in ire, solid
make-up, with good bone, flne iorm, kind dlstoltiun And gj.l action lor antmils of theii sire. Thue old
enough toworkglre good satisfaction on tbo farm or ro id as team animali, and find areidy market at the
highest prices for which work horses aie sold. The produce fiom the half bloods, colts and fil.ies, show the
In Ylew of these facts there can be nn doubt that the Introduction of the Peicheron has and will cause
iniiini.ie iiupruTBineui ni our common tiocs, ana aaa to tbe nuanclal Interests of tbe country.
8. "lenDyke, Jas. Savage, P.Dunn. V. F. Songer. A.Martin.
flm.Ray, C.F. Ulke. O.tV. Fordyce, r. Heber, S-Orubb
8. C Taylor, John Murphy, 1. Chnpman, A. F. Randall. W.O. Uiihop.
E Oo.f. D. I'eniner I.. Ilrua.I.unr.1. '
I Could with the above iret like erdorsements from
horses In. California , tiupqua and Willamette valleys, lAstern Oregon, Wa.hinbtou, Idaho and MonUna
PRIDK OP PERCIIK w&4 electel in France bv
(He then had a years experience with this sloxk)
xioukQ. uu j.iwm.0 m mu Di&io mow mm w lea .o. x biuck norse.
AnABlANBOr and BOBUV DDRN3 will each serve a limited number of mires and be at my stables,
ARABIAN BOY S35 to Insure. BOBBY BURNS, the Shetland, $15 to Insure-
Tastm-age 62 1 2 cents per week; will use due tare but will not be liable for accidents or escapes.
Ashland, March 20th. 1S79, ' C MVCl1
BACK A.T THE OXJD STISTD
AT THE STORE OF
TO THE PUBLIC:
RAVIXG DETERMINED TO MAINTAIN THE POSITION HERETOFORE
occupied by me us Ihe largest RETAIL DEALER iu Southern Oregon, I take
ihis means in announcing that 1 am now displaying the
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
North of San Francisco consisting of a Fine Stock of
GENTS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS
LADES' AND flEBTff FURNISHING GOODS,
SSKySTHS' VALISSS, Etc.,
Vhich is snrpujaed by none in the county and will be sold at low prices lo SUIT THE
TIMES. It aball continue to be my uitu to jive
Ihe EEost Goods
and to mfw hpfnrp mtr nifrnna a vartaftr nt
l jinfii u uipicuii iiic .uuih;
luuI,'no nnl . J : .. .J
it la niit rH tnlnnlinn In m ihIa.I ll.n .nkl!.
Your Interests ! !
V hlte Rose and foal.
LOUIS NAPOLEON and showed the
were sixty.two more unpolled into the Unit-
and never owned or gave tbe IVrcherons a
known in this ronntv. snv nn this mitlpr
lorti,. Ihal bav lffhlA,nnJmn..ti, rn M.
tlie habia nnrtv tlml hmn.1.1 M. nl.t rAt. v. i
and was pualmed from oue of the best breeders in
fox - the Zeast Erlonoy,
ni!fTaa -. tn. k r.K i : .i i
I l ! J t,
ujauverusinff tjoous m cannot prouagp annn
- - m ) r M--rkr
Are now TAKING THE LEAD OVER ALL OTHERS for"
rilliancy, Sweetness of Tone, Durability and General Finish!
"Son can Eay a
FIRST CLASS PIANO OR ORGAN
Of me than ANY OTHER DEALER
in the business, because. I sell at
WHOLESALE PRICES FOR CASH,
and at a slight advance where sold on
EASY INSTALLMENTS. Agents and
Piano Tramps who make LARGE
PROFITS are requested to open their
batteries UPON ME or my INSTRU
MENTS at once. Tlie public will
soon ascertain it is to THEIR AD
VANTAGE to give me a call, and!
nnd that MY PIANOS AND OR
GANS WILL WEAR AS WELL,
keep in tune as long, and SAVE
MONEY FOR THE PURCHASER.
Don't bo fooled or humbugged by any
thing you hear. "Talk w cheap"
(usually.) Tlie man or woman who is
talked into paying exorbitant prices,
pays very dear. BEST OF REFER
ENCES GIVEN AND SATISFAC
rSETSend for special information to
JAS. S. SMITH,
575 Maukct St.,
1?"X'Cll"ir?"?? " Cwcnlar- fiom
J TT illtlJ inlritini-rls. b't u
are entirely diaiuterchled. Addu-33
1703 Stockton St.
THE BEST WAGW
IS MANUFACTURED BY
And by confining ourselves ft-ictly to on- rlaa of work: by itnplojiiig none but the
BEST OF WORKMEN,
Ufing nothing bit
FIRST-CLASS I.irPROrJSJ MACTTTXEliVavfl the
VJSBrjJKST OF SELECTED TIMBER,
And by a TnOKOtfGn KNOWLEDGE or the ljii.tnex-, we bave juitly .anted the repula-
. tlon of making
"THE BEST WAGON. ON WHEELS."
We Rive the following wirrjnly with each waon:
We Hereby Warrant 'lie Fl-JH wio-,. v r;ov n u mnih, In PVPr,.,-
parliculai and of nood tnalerial. and that the lretith ortlmame i mmcient rora
work with fair uwge. SliotiM any breakage nectir within one jenr from th! dntf t.7
reason of defectie mttenal or wnrkminhip. repair? fur the cam-will be furnth'-d at
pmcp ..ifaie. irei-m ciriujiyiMcp or
SMl.II'S PiAi0S& ORGANS,
In order to introduce THESFJ
MAGNIFICENT PIANOS on thi.
Coast, J have put tho prices MUCH
LOWER than other FIRST-CLASS
MAKERS, and as I do not propose to
makelny agents, (who generally ex.
tort large profits from tho consumer) I
expect to Ik severely handled by such
persons in the Piano business.
Tho materials used in their con-
struction are of tho VERY BEST
kind, and tho wood thoroughly sea-
soned. They are substantially made
DURABILITY, TONE and tho
power of MAINTAINING TUNE
LONGER than any other piano made,
are the characteristics of these iustru-i
Tlio greatest possible attention is
gi en to their tone anil touch, and I
have no hesitancy in olFering them to
the public as FIRST-CLASS PIANOS
in every respect, anil warrant them to
stand iu any climate.
R,ta'i - jhi)nrj. ju..tn uj tuy ie;t.i itt fjjiy
i for rtply, ai.d t,ie what tin tut of m wiii
JAS. S. SMITH,
575 MARKET ST., S. F.
jjajajrta - aij y,
WE MAKE EVERY VARIETY OF
FREIGHT 10 SPB1HG WAGOHS.
siid r. otir". as p-r Hi'-ntV pri-. . . willl
n "V (iJlHkuaimule of the broken or il(.i,-ctiup nnn. .a