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JACKSONVILLE. OREGON: JANUARY 7, 1880.
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J. W. ROBINSON, M. D.
pHYSICIAN AHD SURGEON,
Office en California dt.. opposite F.J.Bjan's.
Residence at B. F. Dowell's.
G. II. AIKEN, M.D.,
HYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
jfcj-Offlte opposite T J. B jan'a etore,
P. JACK, 31. D.,
HY8ICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late of Glasgow, Scotland.
Office at Geo.
MARTIN VROOMAN, M. D.
)HYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Offlcc up-stairs in Ortli's brick,
dence on California street.
CHAS. J. HOWARD,
,,pOUNTY AND MINERAL SURVEYOR,
alining surveva, anil aU otli. r business In raj line
promptly a'Unded to.
E. H. AUTENU1ETH,
Will TCtree in all the Conrts of the Ptatn. Prompt
attrnllon elvon -all lmaineaa left In mr can-.
XJ-Ofnre InOrth's hi Ick building.
B. P. HOWELL,
At lousiness plaee.1 in mv banns will reee Ire prompt
attention. 43-Speelal attention given to collec
tion. DR. J. M. TAYLOR,
Having permanentlv located at this place Tam now
fnltr prepared to do al kin-Is of dental work.
particular attention given to all mamierof nrr.lcal
operations In connection with my business, tuclnd
Ing elan, palatea, etc Charges reasonatle.
F.XKACF.D AT ALL
hriira. Lanchlne xaa ail-
amlnltered.lf Jealred.for which extra
J ,., u.111 Iia tnaitA.
Omce'and reldence ou corner of California and
Asst: SURGEON ol the German Army
IN ORTH'S BUILDJNQ-,-
8-The Treatment of Chrrnlc Caea Made
A. O. OIBBS.
GIBBS & STEARNS,
A TT0RNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
Rooms 2 and 4 Strowbridge'a Building,
ITllI practice in all Ccnrta of Record In the State r
Oreyjn anit Waluhlngton Territory; and pay par
ticular attention to buiineia In Federal Courts.
M. Ryder, Propr.
FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION CAN
always t had at this house at the most
At excellent stable connected with
O TO K:V.ECXiKXI.
Broifcr palnta vilaanilirnihea.
JL7 eat drug and Talent Medlcinea go to
WILLIAM BYBEE, - Propr
PHIS WELL KNOWN MARKET,
L site Kahler & Uro.'s drucstore la bet
ter prepared tbau ever to furnish the pub
lic with the choicest quality of
SAUSAGE, LARD, ETC.,
The most favorable inducements offered
to patrons. a"d no effort will be'ppred to
ward giving general eath-factlon. .
Jacksonville, - - - Oregon
THE UNDERSIGNED IS FULLY
prepared to do all work in his line in
the best manner and at reasonable prices.
HOT OK COLD BATHS
Can be bad at this place at all hours of ibe
Woolen Manufacturing Co,
Take pleasure in announcing that t.,ey now
have on hand, a full and select Hock of
Made of the very best
nd of which Ihev will iVipocat very rca
Oril'TB from n distance will receivo prompt
Htteiitioii. Miid them iu and give our goods
Ashland Wooi.kn M'p"o Co.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
S. P. HANNA,
TN CRONEUILl.Etl'S BUILDING IS IN
JL receipt of a lull aortmenl of material
and prepared to do all wotk In his linin
short notice and In a workmanlike masr
Vehicles of every description made to or
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaran
teed. 2S0Repairing a specialty.
S P. nANNA.
Jacksonville, February, 20, 1878.
AS RESUMED BUSINESS AT
the stand of the late J. L. Badger
and is prepared to execuyall work in hi
tine wnii promptness ana aispaicn anuii
very reasonable rate". All kinds ot'4Ki
cles constructed. Repairing a speciauy.
Good wmk and low prices Guaranteed
Give me a call. J. MEYER.
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS
Tuesdays and Fridays.
First-class accommodations for passer
gem. Express business promptly attended to
by R. M.GARRETT.
IFYOD WANT A LARGE STOCK OF rERFTJ
mery and fancy armpa to select frrro go to Kah
ler'a and if they don't have what you want Boh wll
make It, or anything cite generally pnt np (. drag
atoret. HAULER UkO.-".
HfJ MILLINERY STORE !
MRS. I.. W. BEFRY.
nAVE JUST RECEIVED MY FALI
and Winter stock of Millinery Goods
LADIES' HATS AND BONNETS.
Ribbons. French Flowers. Ostrich Tip
VcUets. Diagonal Silks. Neckties. Collar
''l Ti V'.t SI . Leff, lincK ' UOClba.
Tockct Ilandkerchi fs. Faccy Wings, and
IMumes. Perfumery, and Toilet Soap, and a
fine asortm nt of infaut's shoes.
I also have on hand a supply of
CKCTbEJIEX'S NECKTIES .t COLLARd
For the holidays
I will have an assort-
CHINA AND WAX DOLLS,
I have re;elved the agency of the cele
brated White Sewing Machines, which I am
selling cheaper than ever, and several White
and Wilson machines tor sale.
In Masonic .Building, Oregon
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE-sirt-s
In announce tn the public that
they are now prepared to 611 all orders for
cakes of every description, such as wedding
cakes, cakes lo parties, wine cakes; also
brown and rye bread, ginger snaps ac.d
A lunch hnnip will also be kept at thi
place, where oyslprs in all siylt-s, Limburger
and Schwe itz- r cheese, can be bad at all
hurs of the A iy or night.
CSFresh brrad every day.
Prices reasonable and satisfaction guar
anteed. GROB & ULRIOH.
TABLE ROCX SALOON,
. .,--, ,. .- , .- - ,:H
WIMTJEN and HELMS,
THE PROPRIETORS OF ''HIS
wfll known and poptiLr resort would
inlorm their friends nnil the public generally
thai a complete and first cla-s Mock of the
best brands ol liquors, wines,, cigar.ale anl
porter, etc., are constantly kept on hand
They will be pleased to bave their friends
'call and smile."
A Cabinet of Cariosities may olso be
found here. We would be pleaed to have
persons possessing curiosities and specimens
bring them in. and we'will place them in
the Cabinet foi inspeetion.
J. W. IUGGS,
k. NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
In this cily, and all that favor roe with
their patronage I will guarantee tn give sat
i'action My motto is to live and let live
prices to suit the times. I am also prepared
lo do outdoor work taking landscape;, pri
vate residences etc..
Call and see specimens of plclnres taken
In all kinds of weather. J. W. R.
2or., op Second and California St.
LL KINDS OF MARKETABLE
L produce taken in exchange lor work.
Phoenix, ----- Ogn.
J. L. HOCKETT, Prop.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS TAKEN
I full charge of this business' and is pre
pared to furnish the public with a first-class
quality of Brandy, Wine and Cider. The
saloon will always be supplied -nith the
best of liquors and cigars. Oysters and
sardines always kenton hand.
J. L. HOCKETT.
SLATE CREEK HOUSE!
J. I. Knioiit, Prop.,
SLATS CS.EEK, OG1V.
THE UNDERSIGNED GIVES NO
tice to the travelling public that first
class accommodations can always be had
at this house, and no pains spared to make
a visit agreeable.
The bar will always be supplied with
the best ol liquors ana cigars.
T. G. BEAJIES E. R. REAMES.
AHEAD AS USUAL ! !
BY ADOPTS '
A CASH BASIS !!
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
TO SELECT FROM IN
Any On Store in Southern
Oregon or DTorthern
ALL FOR CASH!!
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
FALL & WIN1ER DRYGOODS,
LADIES' DRECS GOODS. (MSHMERES,
AND DHGONXLS. SILKS. AND
SATINS, BOOTS 4 SHOES,
LADIES' CAL., MADE CLOAKS
E CALL TnE ATTENTION OF THE
on hand the largot and best selected a"ort
ment LADIES1 DRESS GOODS and FAN
CY GOODS ot every defcription in South
ern Oregon, and we will heiicffnrth make
this line of goods our speciality and eell
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
To the gentlemen we will say. if vou want
A No. 1 SUIT OF CLOTHES you must go
to Rearocs Bros, tn bnv tbem as we claim to
have the bet STOCK OF CLOTHING in
Jackson county and will allow none to un
These goods were all pnrchaed by a mem
ber of our firm from FIRST CLASS Houses
ir San Franclfco and New York. and we will
wairant every article and sell them as cheap
for cah a any bouse in the county.
We also keep on hand a lull stock of
Hardware, Cutlery, Glassware,
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS
PA'tJI AND FREIGHT WAGONS
Plows, Gang Plows t Sulky Plows.
In fact everything- from the finest needle
to a threshing-machine. Give ns a call
and judee for yourselves os to onr capacity
of furnishing goods as above.
The way to make money Is to save it.
To save it buy cheap. To buy cheap pay
CASH for your goods and buy of-
"Watciimaker and Jeweler,
AKES A SPECIALTY OF CLEAN-
ing and repairing watches and clocks.
Give him a call.
Criterion Billiard Saloon !
NolantI & McDnuiel Props.
'T'niS POPULAR RESORT, UNDER
1 new management, is fnrnishlng the Ix-sl
brands of liquors, winr and cigars. The
reading table Is tnpplitd with Erstern peri
odicals and leading papers of the Coast.
Give us a call
THE SISTERS OF TIIE TfOnYlAJIE.
THE SIIOLAST1C YEAR OP THIS
school will commence about the end of
August, and is divided in f tur sessions,
of eleven weeks each. "
Board and tuition, per term, $40.00
Bedand Betldinff...'. 4.00
(.Bravrisg-nrid-p-ainlrng: .?r. .'. . r. . . b.00
x is no. Jo.Uu
Entrance fee only once, 5.00
SELET DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, per term, $ COO
Junior, " 8.00
Senior. " 10.00
Pupils received at any time, and special
attention is paid to p-.tticul.ir studies in
behalf of children -h. bave but limited
time. For further particulars apply at
nnnE undersigned has open-
I ed a general variety store with Geo. W.
Elliott on ilain street, where be will keep
a full assortment of cigars, tobacco, smok.
ing articles, candies, stationery, cutlery and
lie invitcstbe public to give him a call
and assures all that they will call again.
Latest papers from the East always on
NEXT DOOR TO SCIItUirF'S BAKBF.R SIIOI",
Jacksonville, -- Oregon.
Would respectfully inform
the citizens of Jacksonville and sur
rounding country, that I have opened a
shop, and should be pleased to serve them
in my line of business. Costom-madc
work and repairing promptly and neatly
executed on the shortest notice.
f '. " iAlra5-ntKnT
Linkville, --.-- Oregon.
J. K.LEABO, Proprietor.
HAVING TAKEN CHARGE OF THIS
popular resort I am j ov prepared to
furnish the best of Liquors, Wines, and
Cigars,-and ask a share of the public pat
ronage. J. K. LEABO.
BIGBUTTE STEAMSAW MII-L
J. P. PARKER,
BIG BUTTE, : : : : : OGN.
planrd and unplaned So,
gar pine lum-
ber of the best quality.
EDGING, MOULDING, RUSTIC,
Lnmber drrssed to order on short notice
and reasonable terms lor those convenient
to the Mill.
I&-Conoty Orders and Greenbacks tak
en at par.
Lately Occupier! Mrs IlnsLlns A 3Ir Yinlng
The subscriber who has had large exper
ience in the hotel business in Canada is
now prepared to cater for the wants of the
general public in first class style. Board
and lodging by the day or week.
MEALS 25c EACH; OYSTERS IN
Geo. 31. Coborn.
NEW STATE SALOON
C. "W. Savage, Propr.
Jacksonville, - - - Cga.
AGAIN TAKEN POSSES-
trt. f fliia cntf.sn lltn lltlllArctmiwI
a. D1UU Vk UIW WtlWil, . ..liuw.a.ij.n.v.
will be pleased to meet his friends and the
public generally at this old and popular
resort. The finest liquors and cigars can
always bo had at this place, and the tables
are always supplied with all the leauing
newspapers and periodicals of the day.
A first-class billiard table is also kept at
C. AV. SAVAGE.
HORSE - SHOEING-.
BamebuTg $ Kincaid.
HAVING LEASED THE SHOP FOR
merly occupied by 31at- Shannon vie
ask a sharj of the public patronage.
Staple produce or Cash taken for work.
Cotton battinp, 27icts per pound, at
the Neiv York store.
King of the Blood
Cares all Scrofoloua affections and dinordera limit
ing rroai Impurity of tbn Mood. It la needhwa to
apecify all.aa the sufferer can naaally perceiTe their
causa; but Sail Rlttmn, JHmpltt, (JUrrl, Tuwiort.
Gmtrt, SmtlUnQt, &c. are the moat emm.n,
veil aaiihtu) ailuCtiunabX ice Heart, Httul, Liver
Wonderfal Core of Blindness.
D. RassoM, So & Co.: For the benefit of all
troubled with Scrofula or Impure Blood in their
ayatems.I hereby recommend King of the Blood.
I hare been troubled with Scrofula for the post ten
yean, which so affected my eyes that I waa com
pletely blind for aLx months. I waa recommended
to try King of the Blood, which has proved a great
blcasmg to me, aa it has completely cured me, and
I cheerfully recommend it to all troubled aa I hare
been. Youra truly,
Mas. S. Weathkelow, Bardinia, N. Y.
will be jnid to any Public Hospital to be mutu
ally agreed upon, for every certificate of this medi
cine published by us which ia not genuine.
To show our faith in the aafety and excellence of
the K. B upon proper personal application, when
atistied that no imposition H iuiended,we will
give the nameaof all its ingredient a, hy amdavit.
The abo,e offers were never made before by the pro
prietorof any other Family Medicine in the world.
Many lestlmonlala. further information, and
tainingl2 ouncea or 40 to M doaea. Sold by drug
ist. D. Ransom.Sox & Co., Frop'rs, Buffalo, N.Y.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BACK OF COUIIT HOUSE.
MANNING AND Y,EBB,
HAYINO LATELY FITTED UP TUP. COM
nioUuus h.irn on the hchool Iloase Flat and
intherear of the Court House. Weare now fully
prepared to attend to allbn.Inefa in our line with
promptness auddlspatch and at them st reasonable
The stable is fnrn l-hed wllh the best animals and
most sub.tantlal bucitles; also a first chua hack and
I Jlorses honrdM, and tba best care bestowed on
li- v . ..-...
csitym"n a;nianireiin ufevjr lasiaorv.
Otve nsacall and judge for yonrs.lves.
J V. MANMNG..
Jaetsonv llle, April 10th, 1P
JrE WRO UTETO THE SEA
BY WAY OF THE
pnE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOIY
1 running a daily line of four-horse
stages between Roeb'.irg and Coos City
making the through Irip in twenty-four
hours. Stages leave Ro-,ebur every
morning. Sundays excepted, at G A. M., and
make close connection with San Francisco
steamer twice a week. The time from
Ro.-.eburg to San Francisco will be three
days and through fare has been fixed nt
$14.00. .tare lrom Hose mrg to Coos Bay
CLOUGH & CARLL.
ASHLAND AND LINKVILLE
II. F. Phillips : : : : Propiietor.
T AM NOW RUNNING A DAILY LINK
1 be1 ween the abuve point, leaving Asblaud
with coach on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, retutu'iig next day On Tuesday.
Thursday and Samtday of each week ab-tck-bnard
will start from Lhlaud returning on
the following day.
FARE, (each way) S.00.
Connection made at Linkville with backs
BA'JK AT THS OLD STASD.
T AM NOW TREPARED TO DO ALL
L work in mj Vnt cheaper than ever, and
in fact will do it cheaper than any other
shop in Son.hern Oregon.
Give me a call and I will convince yon.
Settle Up ! SettleTJp ! !
Jacksonville I propose moving to the
Soda Springs to locate. I need money
and must have it. Those indebted to me
are therefore requested to come forward
and make immediate payment. 1 must
have what is due forthwith.
PosttirtlyChtBesU Th6vCfrt.wrt awarded (hs
ijheatandonty medal piren rvtter flastert. at loth
thednUnnialarvlPari9Exvo$ititmx, Widely ajul
favinrarly knoicn among physicians as a great m
provemewonineorainary porous jnojit. avc any
ptynewafnyonr mm locality aoout it 'inOTOJaa
b!e qualities of tbo common porous plaster are In
this article Incrcaaod 10 fold by rma and "dentine
. It relieve' almost at onco and cares
where oUir plasters fall en to reliee. It Is
withont dnnot the bec remedy ever devised for
Tjme and Weak B-V. Rheumatism. Stilnal and
Kidney Convlitntsand all local aches antlpaina.
Avoid in!iation.SoId by all Droggirt. Price 25c
Stamrr & Joassos 21 Piatt St, N. Y., Propm.
T-J. B.X3S CB.II'TIONS
1"T carcfullTPrcpareJ KAULBK BK03.
TUE MUtTIlKRM TACIFIC RIILDMU
DOWN TIIE COLL'MBIA.
We have informally heard from Now
York that negotiations were pending,
and nearly concluded, between the Ore
gon Navigation and Railway Company
and the Northern. Pacific Company, for
the construction in joint account of
a standard gauge railroad dowu tho
Columbia river on the South side from
Wallula to The Dalles the road
eventually to be extended to Portland.
The plan substantially agTCfd on..Is--satd
to De to build under the Northern
Pacific's charter, to use the Northern
Pacific's land grant, each company to
own the right to half of the use1 of tun
road the Northern Pacific to issue its
bonds in aid of construction, the Ore
gon company to pay the entire interest
on those bonds for two or three years,
and after that both companies to pay
the interest equally, in the meantime
the Oregon company to have entire uso
of the road; the rails to be steel and
6JS pounds, the Northern Pacific to
build from the mouth of Snake down
to Wallula where the new road begins,
and, after the expiration of the two or
three years' term mentioned, both com
panies to operate the road and share its
profits equally. A division of the bus
iness coming from territory nearly com
mon to the two, is said to have been
But it is distinctly understood by the
representatives of the Oregon Naviga
tion k Railway Company that the
Northern Pacific will not vary or delay
its purpose to push its main line across
the Cascade mountains from the mouth
of the Snake or thereabouts, straight
to its terminus and seaport on Puget
Sound, Tacoma, and the public con so
The work for this Columbia river
division of the Northern Pacific Rood
will commence immediately. The iron
and locomotives have been ordered.
"New Northwest," of Philadelphia.
KIU BITTF. ITEMSJ; -g
Snow fell 30 inches.
A large supply of lumber on hand
at steam mill.
Thermometer got down to zero one
night last week.
On Christmas day Joe Wisdom shot
13 quails' heads off at 14 shots. Where
Up to ten days ago Ben. Edmondson
had killed 46 deer since the rainy sea
Thus far stock have have not fared
as poorly as might have been anticipat
ed. One of our nimrods was duck hunt
ing, and got a ducking in Big Butte
to-day; the foot-log had ice on it.
We shall probably have a foot shak
ing at Geo. King's on New Year's eve,
no Providential hindrance.
We have ten violinists on Big Butte,
and not a very good place for "cat
The next time we sleigh ride wo
(.hall try our hand iu the valley whero
the roads are more level, i. c., after wo
get over our Christmas "flop over."
Eggs are fifty cents apiece on Big
Butte, and none to be had at that; if
there were, perhaps the price would
not be quite so high.
While hunting deer a few days ago a
gentleman got lost, and was found sit
ting on a log singing,' "Home, Sweet
Most of our stock men are pretty
well "heeled" for hay.
Hearing that liquor was good for
snako bite, one of our fellows wended
his course straightway to Jacksonville,
and laid in a supply a few days before
Christmas, and while returning he
froze his heels and thought they were
snake bitten, and gulped down his
whole supply of antidote, before he
got home. His wife thought the story
"too thin," and vows she vill cook no
more mince pies. Reporter.
Dec 28th, 1879.
Protection of Mineral Lands.
The Secretary of the Interior has ren
dered a decision that whenever, prior
to patenting, it is discovered that land
pieviously offered and entered as ogri
cultural is really mineral in its charac
ter, die entry must be cancelled and
the land reserved for entry under the
laws especially applicable to mining
lands. The issue was presented by
the case of Smith Scoggin vs. Culver
et al., involving a tract of 2,000 acres
of land in Camden (Arkansas) distnc
which was purchased by the Uova
ment on private entry in Apnl,
but was subsequently found to
argentiferous lead ores.