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VOL. XXIV--NO.. 37
JACKSONVILLE, OREGOrJ SEPTEMBER 17. 1879-
$3 PER YEAR
J. W. ROBINSON, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
JiCKSONyiLLE, C It BOON.
Offlcc nn C)lf.n1i?nfl,HB P. J.RJran'a.
RriiiU-ncl D. lMtawall'a.
LD AN FORTH, M. D.;
pnYSIGIAN AND SURGKON
Office on California street. oppnlte P. J. Rvan'a
tore. Calli pro-rptlj attended to, day ornlglit.
G. II. AIKEN, M.D.,
DHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
B-OTIco oppotlte P. J. Ryan'a tore.
MARTIN VROOMAN, M. D.
nHYSICIAN A3D SURGEON,
Vrrm-n roiiM tprn with tlm hitrntMn or per
mani'lr lejitln- 1iI-iT In '" n'aetlea of
III. t.i-ii ei. I. i 5-ilmte. tI. fpm iwe'itv
cvrnveir."fTl'"ii, In tiil'ew Inciimf in
Hit. Ooi.t. 11 Uteri tilinrir its belli; aUe to glre
Office at Kaliler & Dro'i Dm; Store.
CHAS. J." HOWARD,
tOTJNTY AND MINERAL SURVEYOR
Mlnln- Kttrrpr.. anl all other IntdnrN In my linr
piumptly a'tenried tn.
E. H. AUI'ENUIETII,
T T 0 R N E Y - A T:' LA W
"Will -laetiir in nil the O-nrt. -f Hip State. Pronv t
Att.nH'in ctvn to all liiHiie.. left In my can-.
AVOOlfie in Ortti'a brick Building.
IJ. F. LOWELL,
all limine, plannltn mr tiin1 will rrceire prompt
attrition. 3ecfel attention given t collec
tion.. DR J. M. TAYLOR,
T E X T I S T,
lIir'ncTrtniinpntlr ImtM nt t1t!"1"r" Tnm now
lutlv rviv. t ili it U(ulnfleital wrk.
T.ntir1ariitiilii p.i-tto nil iiiAMiipr f anrclrol
otrfttl ti ii annrrt.t.n wit!i my li-1"Iiichnl-lu
cUftpilali. t-tc. Clistrcc rcnsounllu.
-. rTpEETIl EX1UCT.T) AT ALL
23 lionrff. Linclilnc can nil-
amlnl.tereil.lf Jeslred.for which extra
cltarc. nlll be made.
OTIce and realieuca on corner of California and
BERTH DUO POSTAL,
A?t: SURGEON ol ilie German Army-
JN ORTH'S EUiLDING,
Jacksmville, ------ Oregon
ptrThc Treatment of Chronic Cases Mnde
j n. r.ma1!.
L. O. PTKARNf
GIBBS & STEARNS.
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
Rooms 2 nnd K StrowWriilec's RuiHins,
VIII practice In alfcnrta or Rrcord In Ilia Ftale of
Oregon and Vahhlnt n Territory: andpnypir
tlcnlar attention to bualness In Federal Conrti.
)H, SPIWNSY & CO.,
"No. 11, Kearney Steeet
rnRKATAI.LCIIROXtf!AND PRIVATE DIS-
1, eaapswlthont tbeald of niercnry.
Ofllcehonri 8 A.w. to 12;2 to and 6 to V r.x.,
ffinndare excepted. Cunanlutione free. Call 01 ad
lreM Dr. A P SriNSGT k CO., No. 11. Kearney
.Street San fraocltc.
WILLIAM BYBEE, - Propnetor.
PUIS WELL KNOWN MARKCT. OPPO-
I ilo IvHtilnr & Ilro.V lniL'H(iro ! hcl-
tiT nriMiartnl thnti rvcr tn fnrnlt.li thii nnlw
.ncwitlitlie rlnreif t quality of . "
. PORK. VEAL,
MUTTON, II M,
SAUSAGE, LARD, ETC.,
Tlic mot fnvornlile indue monta offerert
lo palmtis. n"d no rfTntt will be spared to
ward giving general eatLfmiinii.
CUT BARBER SHOP
Jacksonville, - - - Oregon.
THE n.VI)KRSIt;NKD IS FULLY
pripnrtil lii (In nil work in lii-t line in
the best maimer und ut rrafnnubtc prices.
HOT OK COLD BATHS
('nn be liud nt this place at nil hours of :lie
Woolen Manufacturing Co,
rnK.1' pli-naiiri In nnifjuneing that t..ey n
have on band, a full und select nock ol
EEliOM AM HSStSSYp
Made of the very iKSt
Aud of wbicli tbpv will dipose nt very rca
Ord'Tf finm a diflapc will rrcelro prompt
alietilimi. otinl llirln in and give our goinN
Asiilakd Wnnj.FN -M"r! To.
JOS. IT. IIYZHR,
Dl KFS SGif, UBBUCB
I'icKsoiiTille On gon
j- in.i.Y inii'.AiiFn to ro any
1 ''oik mil: I 11'; !. licit unlire hi.il
, fnra .1 mc i.f lb" public parniiw-.
Ordfi fr. in lb- country ptiunplly altend
S. P. HANWA,
Jacksonville, Oregon, -
TN CRONBUILLElf. RUILDIVG IS IV
1 nvi-ipt of a lull aortincut nf mntrrbil
md prcpanil tn dn nil u-nils in bi line ni.
lmri u.itice nnd in a uoikmiuliki: tuanncr
Vehicles of every descripliou made to or
' IVrniR reasonable and satUfactton guaran
leiil. aJ"Repniring a speciality.
S P IUNNA.
Jnckannvllle. Fi'bninry. 20. IR7-'.
RE-OP F.N ED!
HS RESUMED BUSINESS AT
ihe sihiiH nf :lie lute J. L. IJ.nl;.r
mil i prepnrwl inpxrcitie nil wink in b
line wild prninplniR and diFpalelt and hi
very ri'nnrtblp rale?. All kinds of rebi
elei ri'intrneled. Rpairincr a rp"chIv
'!ond work und low prices trimniniH-d
Give men tall. J.MEYER.
W A LDO EXPRESS,
Leaves a tkfcinill
MONOAYS AND THURSDAY".
Tuesdays and Fridays.
Firslclass accommodations for passer
gew. Express hosiness promplly nllcndfd to
by 'R. M.ARRE1T.
TFYOH TVAST A LAROK STOCK OP PKRFO
merj ami fnc.T aoapa to select iVpin ro In Kali
IcrV anil If therilon't bare what tou want Rnh wll
make it, or anything -else generally pnt op t. drog
SODA SPRINGS HOUSE
HEALTH and HAPPINESS
TS THE REWARD OF ALL YilO
1 visit Ibese famous
Twelve milM East of Ashlnnd. -TbeT'vay
ter not only contains . .
OF GREAT CURAT! VE POWE13. BUT
Is nlo d-licicui as n lieverngc. The
hutilnt Ihe SpritiK ia knpt by Mr.i Mri
0 C. Con r limy, and n fie nil all the conven
iences and comforts required by the most
Goo 3. Fastu ag
For borsef. and all charges reasonable.
Good bunting and
Trout JPx. : Ixisxs
Fncilitiir near by. and evtrything to make
a visit to the Si da Springs pleasant to cither
the athlete or invalid.
MR. & MRS. B.C. COURTNAY.
I-; JIasonic Ruilding, Oreqon St.,
'PHE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE-
L fire tn unniitincf In the public thai
l bey are nnw nrepnnil 10 fill nil orders for
rnkes of every descrtplinn. sneb n weddinc
tiiki, rako lor puiliis, wine ciike."; uln
wn ii nil rye liuail, ginger snaps ut.ri
A lunch liouae willnlio be kept at lhi
place, where ojiilerg in nil alyhs, Limburprr
mil hchweili! r cnce-. can be bad ul all
li'-tira nflhe diy.orjiiulit.. aMMMh
63Frefh bread every day.
IV'Ces reasonable und Sat -lir'ion cnar-
GROB & ULRICn.
TABLE ROOK SALOON.
WIXTJEN and HELMS,
'TWIE PROPRIETORS OF "'HIS
1 well-known nnd ppiijr renrt would
iilnriii llit-ir liiemla n:idlbe public ceneiHlU
lull a cunipliH' nnd first cla-p Mi-ck '! Ihe
lien' lirutid' il I qiir, wilny, pijpirJ.uli' linn
inriiT, etc., re tin plnlilly tii pt on linnil
I'bey will he pi. ned to navo their fiiend
'call und mule."
A rnhinet nf CurifFiiics may nlso be
linnil here. Wp wiki'i! b ple.iMi in have
i I'lfinia piMift-sii't: cnrifisities mid fpcritni'ii
hrinir ibein in, and wi will place them in
he Cubinel foi iippi'iliiin
WINT.IKN& HELMS. .
NEW STATE HOTEL.
C. V. SAYAGE, Prop.,
rpilE UNDERSIGNED TAKE-5 PLEAS
L lire in umioiKiciii that he h:i filled it,,
md thnnnstily rerovaled the New S'ate
luiililiiiir for hnlel piup.ifc und that the
hniise Is now optii lor the nception ol
Will he cnn-tanlly ennplied with the heft Ih
ir.ntket nfloids. Mea'li can be oblaiued ut
nil h tirfi.
Theled nre new and keptcln and nn
enlna will bu fpaml In plve Ibu utmost hatis
I'liction in every particular.
0. W. SAYAGK
Slate Creek House,
Slate Creek, Ogn.,
J. I, KN!GHT.- - PROP'R,
rPllE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY
I trives noiice tu tin? travelling public Ibai
liip-claF. accnmmidnlinn can always I had
it l!ii luiti-e.Hiid no pains spared to make h
The bar will always be supplied with the
est of liquora aud cigar.
J. I. KiVIGUT.
M. Ryaer, Propr.
FIRST CUSS ACCOMMODATION CAA'
i. i .. i... .i .. i t.i-1 ...
ju iaF c niiu hi. hub uouse v, iue IllO'l
T".Vt nct-llent stable connected wilh
VEIT SOHUTZ. - Proorletor.
TWOUI.D MOST nESPF.CTFDLLT IX.
form (lie ritlzeim of J ickiin"-ni0 8nj "
the iM'rlil at large, tint tlirjr can Und, at j
any time, at mr Ilrawery, tlie bet lacer -
pper. In any quantity the purchaser icy desire
FIT IJUUH I. OUI
A CASH BASIS !!
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
AND THE -
LARGEST STOCK ;
GENERAL MERCIIAiYDIS ! !
TO SELECT FROM IS
Any One Store in Southern
Oregon or KTorthern
0! R STOCK CONSISTS OF
FALL TWISTER DRY-GOODS,
LADIES' DREPS GOODS. CASnMERES,
AND DIAGONVLS. SILKS. AND
SATINS. ROOTS ellOES,
LADIES' CAL., HADE CLOAKS
Y1TE CALL THE ATTENTION OF TnE
V ladies In tliK fact tbnt we have now
mi band the lnrget and best fudected nsort-in-tit
. TL DIKa' DRGS-5 GOODS and FAN
I'Y GOODS ol every deidlplion In Sooth
ern Orcnoii. and we will henceforth make
Ibis line of goods our speciality and sell
Cheaper than the CI capest.
To Ihe centlemen we will fay. if you want
A N. 1 SUIT OF CLOTHES you must go
lo Kennies Brn. In buy them a we claim to
have Ihe bei STOCK OF CLOTHING in
Jnckton county and will allow none to un
These goods were all purohaed by a mem
ber ol our firm from FIRoT CLASS Houses
i- Snu Fmncbco and New Ynrir.and we will
win rant every article and ll t'jirn as cheap
for ra-h as any house in the county.
We also keep on band a lull stock of
Hardware, CimEuiff Glassware,
A FULL LIFE OF ASHLAND GOODS
FA1JI AND FREIGHT WAGUMS
Plows. Gang Plows & Sulky Plows-
In fact everylhino; from tho finest needle
to n tlireFhinii-.much.ne. Give ns n culi
and judge for yonrwlves as to our capacity
nf furnishing coodx as above.
The way lo make ninnry is to save i'.
To ave ii buv c!iep. Tn liny chejp pay
GAali for jonr goods nnd buy of
"Watchmaker asd Jeweler,
Jacksonville - Oregon,
f AKES A SPECIALTY OF CLEAN-
ill ins nnd repairinjr waiehe und
Uiiarires reannnble Rive him a
Crilcrion BiUiurd Snloon !
Nolnnd & McDautcl Props.
T'niS POPULAR RESORT, UNDER
I new manaeement. Is, ftiWl'hlr'g ihe b"st
nrands -of liquors, winea nd cigars. The
reading uble is puppi.cf-w!b Eastern peri
odicals 'and leadioL'paperslof-the. Coast.
T. O. BEAMES.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY,
THE S:S7I RS OF THE PLY NAME?.
1 school will commeitaf about the end o!
aurusi, ana is ainaea in lour sessions,
of eleven weeks each.
Board and tuition, pcrterm, $40.00
Bed and Bedding 4.00
Drawing and painting 8.00
Entrance fee only once, 6.00
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, per term, $ fj.00
Junior, " g.oo
Senior, " irj.00
Pupils received at any time, and special X
"""""" " jjam iu jjai uguiar siuutes in
behalf of children who have but limited
time. For further particulars apply at
i"CJ HKIUB3 .
A NEW ARRANGEMENT!
pLANED LDMRF.R OF ALL KINDS
I can be had In quantities tn suit I y writ
ing tn the nnder-i?iied. ntJ.P. Parker's
learn saw mill on Dig liulte Creek Floor
ing. Rustic. Ceiling and Mouldings can be
bad in any quantity. We can plane lumlier
21 inches wide In fact all kind', of lumber
necessary to build bouses all of which can
lie got ready fur use at the mill. Parlies
who Intend building can save hauling more
lumber than they need Bills, plant and es
t mates can be bad either at the mill nn Dig
liulte or at their (hop at Jacksonville. Oie
.All orders will receive prnmpt atten
tion. SMITH &WAUSMAN.
J. 7. P AUGER,
B!G BOTTE, :::,! OGN.
TTEEP3 CONSTANTLY- ON HJPNdI
jljl. I'laui-u nu uiiu.aut.-u ouguivpine lum
ber of ihe besi quality. y
EDGING, MOULDING, RUSTIC,
S ID I N GL &L 0 O RIN G,
Lnmber dressed to order on short notice
and reasonable 'erms lor thoae convenient
to the Mill.
ffia?L'uonty Orders and Greenbacks tak
en nt par.
J. W. KIGGS,
PHOTOGRAPH & FERROTYPE
T AM" NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
L In Ibis city, and all that favor me wilh
their patronage I will guarantee to give sal
i.'aclion. My motto is to live nnd lei live
prices In suit the limes. I am also prepared
to do outdoor work taking land-capes, pri
vate residences etc..
Call and see specimens of pictures taken
in all kli.di of wmtber. J. W. R.
SITDATED ON BEAR CREEK SEVEN
miles north-enst f Jacksonville, are
prepared to a general
Merchant and Exchange Business.
The undersigned will give 315 pound" of
llonr. 2 pound shorts and 8 pounds "bran for
every bushel cf wheat. Will alsu sack
..our-customers furuMiing sacks.
IIOKSE SHO ING,
Cor., of Second and California St.
ALL KINDS OF MARKETARLE
produce taken in exchanze lor work.
AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL
work in my lin' c''Ciper than ver, and
In fact will do it cheaper than any other
shop in Southern Oregon.
Give me a call and I will convince you.
NOT rATL o teM
ror oar cvr rRlcs
LIST. More complete)
than ever. Contalna
, descriptions of ererj
thing required for
vtTxannl or famllu
vtt. with over 1000 Illustrations. 8nt ulna
csntsfnrlt (Stamps will da) We sell all Roods
chaser. The only tnatltutlon In -America wno
The following extract from the Oko
lona States gives evidence of the feej.
ing that exists in the South. The ex
tract is published as it appears in tho
So, if'we-sr: to haheve a B&dical,
high in Radical ronfirJence: Mio sinrm
bell of Rebellion, will be set ni.ging in
1880, and tho rope -will be jerked fay
hhe verv rascals who cheated the peo
ple out of their P, 'sident in 1876-7.
Forewarhed and forearmed I
The Southern people must
They must lock shields and touch
shoulders in the common cause of
And the constitution their Sirf s
They must meet and make ready in
every city, town and cross reads with
in their boarders.
The States must fortify themselves
by re-organizing and re-equiping the
The South must be transformed in
to one mighty military camp, if neces
sary to protect our institutions and
preserve our inheritance.
Unify! Organize! PREPARE!
If Grant and his people want war
let them have war.
"We of the South have a million of
friends and allies in the North who
will be musket bearers in the Army
of American Liberty, and help to deal
out doom to- him and his.
Caesar had his Brutus, and Lincoln
had his Booth: Let Grant think of
these historic facts before he bangs
away at our present form of Govern
a small g when it speaks of tho fraud
ulent old concern up at Washington.
Our boys will give another yank at
the underpinning of the amendments
when they go back to "Washington in
The safest way to avoid war is to be
prepared for it, and evidence to the
world a spirit and determination to
meet it like bravo men and true patri
ots. Down with the flag! and down with
the Union! unless we can restore the
Republic to its grand old perfection
by making that flag a symbol of sov
erign commonwealths and that Un
ion a Government for "White Men and
Among the humors of the late Paris
Exjiositions are the errors committed
in the awards of diplomas to a num
ber of American exhibitors, growing
out of the unfamiliarity of the Com
misMon of Awards with the American
vernacular. The diploma intended
for the Providence Tool Company, is
adressed to the Providence Fool Com
pany; that for the Gardner Gun Corn
Company is granted for a Fusil pour la
Jardinere, or a Gun fora Gardener;
for that of the Wamshutta Mill, is
granted to Mons "Wasbmutta. The
Waterbury Button Company receives
diploma in the name Waterbury, But
ton Si Company, The parties interes
ted express great disappointment, es
pecially the "Providence Fool Com
pany," who are anxious for a revision
of the award in so far as the designa
tion is concerned, as they are hardly
willing to make pub'ic exhibition of
their laurels under any Buch colors as
Ireland is about the size of Maine.
France is more than twice as large as
England, Wales and Scotland together.
Texas is thirty-five times as large as
Massachusetts, or as large as Maine,
New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachu
setts Rhode Island, Connecticut, New
York, New Jersey, Pennyslvania,
Delaware, Maryland, Ohio and Indi
ana combined. The entire population
of the United States could be provided
for in the State of Texas, allowing each
man, woman and child four acres of
After the exposure of Tilden's tale
telling cipher dispatches in connection
with tho returns in 1876, is it not an
insult to the people's sense of honesty
ami decency to even mention Samuel
J. Tilden as a candidate for president
of the United States in 1880? Tho
very fact that many of the Democrat
ic leaders are seriously proposing this
thing, is proof of their utter sharneless
ness and destitution of principle..
Home at Wioht, It is night now
and here is home. Gathered under
the quiet roof elders and children lie
alike at rest. In the midst of a great
calm the stars look out from the hear
ens. The silence peopled with the
post the sorrowful remorse for sin
and shortcomings, and memories of
passionate joys and griefs rise out of
their grares, both now alike calm and
sad, Eye, as'snut mfne-hijIfSV";
that have long since ceased to shine,
The town and the fair landscape sleep
under the starlight wreathed under the
Autumn mists. Twinkling among
the houses a light keeps watch htre
and there, in what may be a aiok
chamber or two. The clock tolls
sweetly on the silent air. Here is ,
night and rest. An awful sense of
thanks make the heart swell and tho .
head bow as I pass to my morn
through the sleeping house, and feel as
though a hushed blessing were upoij
A Noteworthy Contrast. In the
last year of Democratic administration,
under James Buchannan as President,
there were borrowed $4,840,000 on
one year treasury notes, which bore
interest at the rate of twelve per cent,
per annum. The same administration
sold 818,415,000, twenty year six per
cent bonds, at 89. 10-100 per cent.
These bonds mature in 1881, and will
be paid in full by a Republican admin
istration, in honest money. Although
they have less than two years to run,
such is the confidence in the credit of
the Government, they are now selling
at 10 J, while 6's having ten years to
run, are worth "one hundred and twen,
ty-one. The Buchannan Democrats
who played the government out, now
that it is saved and restored under Re-
popublican management, ask to be pcr
rruttcd tn tntipnJLml again.
Honor the dear old mother. Time
has scattered tho snowy flakes on hejr
brow, ploughed deep furrows on her
cheek, but she is not sweet and beau
tiful now The lips are thin and shrun
ken, but those are the lips that have
kissed many a hot tear from the child
ish cheeks, and they are the sweetest
lips in the world. The eye is dim, yet
it glows with soft radiance of holy lov
which can never fads. The sands of
her life are nearly run out, but feebli
as she is, she will go further and reach
down lower than any other on earth,
You cannot walk into a midnight
where she cannot see you; you cannot
enter a prison whose bars will keop
her out; you can newr mount a scaf
fold too high for her to reach that she
may kiss and bless you in evidence of
her deathless love. When the world
shall despise and all forsake you; when
it leaves you by the wayside to die unr
noticed, the dear old mother will gath
er you in her feeble arms and carry
you home, and tell you all of your
virtues until you almost forget that
your soul is disfigured by vices. Love
her tenderly, nnd cheer her declining
years with holy devotion.
The New York "Tribune" say that
5,000 fools assembled at Njiagara on the
Fourth to see another fool jump into
the river. Fourteen hundred peoplo
jump into the river. Fourteen hun
dred peoplo went from Detroit on that,
day, but none of them went to see the
man jump. Thirteen hundred and
ninety-eight were gazing at tie beau
ties of the falls and the other two were
taking lunch at a hotel. The 5,000
fools alluded to by the "Tribune" came
from New York and Canada. Th
acrobatic fool was not such a fool as
he looked, for he did not jump, and
thus he fooled the "Tribune" man and
his 4,999 comrades.
The country is full of idle capital
and idle men. One fears and hates the
other. One takes no chances, aud tho
other had rather tramp than work.
The conflict between capital and labor
is not so general or so uncompromis.
ing as the outside world is led to suji
pose. It isccmiine.d on the one side to
the usurious, who will risk a dollar
only when he is confident it will-double
itself in a few months, aud ,on the
other the laborer who, h'ke ihe soldier,
goes about in search of work,
praying all the whflo thto he. won't
find any, and inwardly resolving; alj the
while that if he dors find it, he'll -tiltfi,
none oi it. aoHTeai inuusinp
-r-i ni l i.... --.. -yji
earnest laboring men are not ftntfigtr- ."
ized. The trouble is that we n&voJft&u t
few Teal jndus.trious and too few p