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THE OREGON SENTINEL
"Wednesday, January 7, 1880.
Take Notice. Those owing bills at
"The City Drug Store" are notified
that they will be refused credit until
they settle, and interest will be charg
ed from this date, January 1, 1880.
Fort Klamath. The "boys in
blue" at this jjost sat down on Christ
mas day to as sumptous a dinner as
was ever enjoyed by any San Francisco
millionaire. Snow during holiday
week was three feet deep on the level,
the mercury 10 to 22 below zero.
Apologetic. We were in error
last week in saying that Dr. Aiken
was the medical attendant of a little
sufferer in town. "A Card" in the
"Times" corrects us and says it was
"L. Danforth, 31. D." Wo truly hope
the patient may not be injured by the
Probably an Error The "Times"
is certainly in error when it says the
mercury was "18 below zero" three
miles East of Jacksonville during the
cold snap. It was cold enough but we
,din't wont an imp-ssion created
abroad that we have a Siberian tem
perature. Grass Growing.
that the Southern
-We are informed
exposures on the
iiutte creek cattle ranges are now
clear of snow and the grass is spring
ing up finely. Stock men are hopeful
that the thaw will continue, of which
there is every indication, and in such
case think the loss of cattle' will be
Thanks. Our turkey -was the nicest
in Steve Booth's flock and labelled
Jan. 1st, 1880, but the unfortunate
bird "did not live to see that day.
Stephen says the bird was a "Dem
ocratic" turkey, but our experience is
that that species is rather tough and
he is certainly mistaken; we won't dis
pute, however, but remark that our
friend Booth is a "white man."
Sad Accident. Mr. 0. Ganiard, of
Sam '8 valley, informs us that on Jan.
2d a son of William Noah, about 13
years old, who resides on the "Dixon
place" in the Meadows, waf accident
ally drowned in Eans' creek. The
youth was returning from a social par
ty and slipping frpm the foot-log was
carried under a drift, the creek being
quite flush. The body was recovered
but not until too late.
Quarterly Meeting. The second
quarterly meeting of the M. E. Church
for Jacksonville circuit will be held at
Phoenix on Saturday and Sunday, Jan.
24th and 25th". Preaching on Saturday
at 11 A. M., after which the quarterly
conference will be held. All the ofli
ciary are requested to be present as
important business will come before the
conference. The usual quarterly meet
ing services will be held on Sabbath.
All are invited to attend.
D. A. Crowell, Pastor.
Nice Collation. After the instal
lation of officers by Jacksonville
Lodge, L O. O. F., on Saturday even
ing, the members of that fraternity
were invited to the Club Room, where
an elegant collation was set for them
and a few invited guests, by the ladies
of the Rebekah Degree. It was a
most enjoyable affair, reflecting credit
on the taste and culinary skill of the
managers and establishes a precedent
which we hope may always be fol
lowed. Installation. The following offi
cers of Jacksonville Lodge, No. 10,
L 0. 0. F., were duly installed by D.
D. G. M. Boyer on Saturday evening
last: W. J. Plymale, N. G.; Frank
Krause, V. G.; T. B. Kent, R S.; S.
J. Day, P. a; John Miller, Treas.; A.
Meagfy, R. S. N. G.; John Hockenjos,
L. S. N. G.; Wm. M. Turner, R. S. V.
G.; Eifer Band, L. S. V. G.; Chris.
Ulrich, W.; Edwin Smith, Con.; Fred.
Luy, I. G.; T. T. McKinzie, 0. G.;
Veit Schutz, R. & S.; 2S. Fick, L. S. S.
ic to the dogs and depend for relief en
tirely on hot baths. Wrap the whole
body in a blanket dipped in water as
hot as can be borne; over this wrap two
dry blankets; cover up well in bed and
sweat for thirty minutes. Then rub
quite dry with a coarse towel, taking
care not to catch cold. Repeat at the
end of twenty-four hours, and m three
or four days the inflammation will en
tirely disappear. It will be uti(iei-r.tood
that this remedy is only for inflamma
tory and not for chronic rheumatism.
Pleasant Sociable. Last Friday
night, on the eve of the departure for
.the North of Judge Prim and Wm.
Brown (the latter a brother, of Mrs.
J. A. Cardwell), the occasion was im
proved by an impromptu sociable at
the new Cardwell residence. The
Jacksonville String Baud being on
hand with their soul stirring music,
the hours of the night, awaiting the
arrival of the stage, were most pleas
antly and profitably spent. A host of
warm friends, tnge'her with the rela
tives of the departing gentlemen, had
assembled to bid them good-bye and to
wish them a safe journoy.
Plug Hat Brigade. On New,
Year's day about a dozen of our young
men appeared on the street, topjed off
with "plug hats, which are a novelty
in Jacksonville, and each sporting a
cane. The young bloods were making
"calls" and excited much comment
among the-urchins, as the snow was
quite favorable for moulding into juve
nile projectiles. It was funny to watch
the little rascals standing on the cor
ners with their own hats full of snow
balls, ready to open fire on the "bri
gade," but a glance at the canes seemed
to check their ardor, and the "plugs"
came out unscathed.
Cold snap over.
Slushy, ain't it?
Spring like weather.
No hard times among the rich.
Suits, worth $15 for S9, at the New
Look out for the eclipse next Sun
day at 2:30 sharp.
Stages come in now after dark,
owing to heavy roads.
Dave Peninger last week slaughter
ed a large number of hogs.
Ruth Rebekah Degree Lodge installs
officers next Monday evening.
Hats in all colors, worth 2 50 for
1 each, at the New York store
For a first-class sewing machine
for sale cheap call at this ofncg
The German Red Men hold election
of officers next Thursday evening.
Coffee, extra Costa Rica, 3J pounds
for one dollar, at the New York store.
At the New Year's ball and supper
the Ruth Rebekah's took in 186.25.
Tobacco in all brands first quality,
C5c per pound, at the New York
"We have received a neat calendar
for 1 880 from Himes, the boss printer
Table oil cloths in all colors first
quality, 50c per yard, at the New
Why do regular physicians dislike
ducks'! Because they are addicted to
The Eagan arastra at Willow Springs
commenced crushing quartz again on
Terrible epidemic among hogs in
Jackson county everybody bas been
Officers of Ashland Lodge, I O. 0.
t wi'l be intalled Saturday eve, by
District Deputy G. M. Boer.
Christmas and New Year's toys, ic.,
worth 2.50 for SI, worth $1 for 50cts.,
worth 50cts for 12Jcts, at the New
The ladies of Rebekah Lodge will
accept the thanks of our printers for
some excellent cake from their boun
N. Fisher, our County Treasurer,
informs us that he has taken in, up to
date, the sum of 834. '20 interest on
. The total taxable property of Jack
son county for 1879 was SI, 466,992;
Josephine, 278,290; Lake, 830,591 ;
Gen. Thaw has put a 'peremptory
stop to coasting on the hillsides near
town, and our boys are" anxiously medi
tAtmg "what Mxti"
Petaluma, Cal., has a cow with thir
ty horns. The horns are distributed
along the back bone towards the tail.
Quite a horn story, this.
Two New Year's Balls were held at
Wilderville on New Year's night one
at Wilder's and the other at Knight's.
Both vere well attended.
Table Rock Encampment No. 10,
I. O. O. F., will install its newly elect
ed officers on Tuesday, January 13th.
A full attendance is desired.
The cold bnap having spent its force
and a general thaw having set in, which
promises to continue indefinitely, min
ing has received a fresh start.
The recent cold snap was improved
by many of our farmers slaughtering
hogs. We may soon look for a full
supply of sucked bacon in this mar
ket Wm. Shook will shake himself back
to Lake county this week. "Bov's" as
handsome as "Billy" will go like hot
this year, and he is already
We learn that Sheriff Bybee proposes
commencing the construction of a new
building on the lot East of the SENTINEL
office, recently purchased of Mrs. Casey,
eaily next Spring.
The committee appointed to get up
piogiumme and prepare for the enter
tainment to be given by the .Legion ot
Honor on January 16th, is busily en
gaged working up the cose.
The stock and other personal prop
urtv ndm-cil .if. Hniikins'udmini.strator's
sale last Friday and Saturday sold at
tnir prices. Ihere was no lack ot bid
ders, notwithstanding the dull times.
Having jut got over a brief spell of
sickness, JN'ort Eddings is now enjoying
a tesiiite from stage hue duties among
his numerous tnenJs and relatives iu
Canyouville. Ab. Giddiugs supercedes
Nort on the line.
Gen. Grant always did driHvl
whisky, and if elected to theflBrd
Pi evidential term,'' intends ordering
trom Matt Dillon as it contains no
hghting ingredients, and the old war
rior's motto is, "Let us have peace."
Now that the holidays are over, ev
ery one is filled with kindliest feelings
to all mankind. The world is full of
good people, after all; and we only
need to look at them from the proper
stand point in order to realize this fact
C. Coleman purchased the Elliott
property sold at Sheriff's sale on Satur
day last for 2,400. It comprises 320
acres of land, with all the improve
tnents, lying on the East Side of Bear
creek and was sold to satisfy a mort
gage. The thaw does not seem to have rais
ed Rogue river much, as we are inform
ed by Mr. Haymond that on Saturday,
at Rock Point, it was only five feet
above low water mark. This is an in
dication of continued cold weather high
in the mountains.
St Mary's Academy in Jacksonville
has a large attendance of both board
ing and day scholars the present term.
The worthy managers of this institu
tion are fast increasing its popularity
in their own quiet way.
Many social calls were made on New
Year's day in Jacksonville, and the
callers-have beeome much more nu
merous since the 1st; fellows calling
round' with bills, and so confounded
"sociable" that you can't get rid of
The Jacksonville District School
was re-opened on Monday after a va
cation of two weeks, with an attend
ance "of 188 scholars 12 of whom are
non-residents. It is expected that the
number of pupils will be considerably
The steady rain on the night of the
4th and the morning of the 5th has
greatly diminished the snow which had
covered the streets of Jacksonville for
three weeks. Slush is taking the place
of the snow, and good solid side-walks
are at a premium.
W. C. Evants was fined 20 for as
saulting D. S. K. Buick, at Myrtle
creek, says the "Star," last week. The
people who believe the provocation
sufficient- to justify the offense, raised
the money and paid the fine without
expense to Mr. Evants.
We had a call from Wm. Carll,
Division Agent of the C. it O. Stage
Company, yesterday. He reports the
road as fast becoming bad, and com
plains of the lack of a bridge at Cow
creek, which stream has seriously im
peded travel this Winter.
Under the postal laws a written
statement of account or bill can be
mailed, if lett unsealed, for one cent.
There must, however, be no other
writing than the items of the statement
or bill. The words "please remit,"
subject it to letter postage.
The "Willamette Farmpr," the best
agricultural paper in Oregon, is about
the only paper North of Jacksonville
that endorses our Crescent City road
project It speaks quite encouragingly
and advises farmers to contribute
towards its construction.
The Board of Trustees of the town
of Jacksonville purchased the old Men-
c-rt litl IjIi ttf
corner of Main and Ore-
streets, paying therefor 450.
They will fix it up for a town hall that
can be used on public occa-ionsas well
as a place 'of meeting for the City
The San Francisco papers speak of
the "glorious climate of California" as
having taken a holiday vacation, and
insist that the weather they have had
lately smacks of the M.ssissippi vallej.
Somebody else besides we of the 42nd
parallel have been made acquainted
with Jack Frost this winter.
B. F. Dowell of Jacksonville, was in
town during the week, says the Salem
"Mercury," looking up evidence jo be
used In a suit now eiidlng between
himself and Je.-se Applegate, for recov
ery of one-half of the judgment paid by
Dowell as security with Applegate for
S. E. May, defaulting Secretary of
The holidays are past and the school
children of Jacksonville distr ct are
once more at their books. The public
school re-opened last Monday under as
favorable auspices as the state of the
weather would permit. Tho school
faculty, consisting of Messrs. Merritt,
Flemming,Prim and Miss Carr, were at
Tho site for the steam grist-mill,
shortly to be erecteu in Jacksonville
has been located on the flat near Hol
man gulch, a short distance South of
Fehely's old brick yard. T. T. Mc
Kenzie will at once move the available
machinery from his mill near Central
Point and construct a steam mill of
Every woman wants one; and now it
is leap year every woman will have one
not a husband, but something far
better and more useful a Singer Sew
ing Machine, which is now withiu the
reach of every one, no matter what
their circumstances. Apply at D. IL
Feathers' Sewing Machine Emporium,
California street, Jacksonville.
One of the pleasant features of the
holidays just passed was the very small
number of intoxicated persons. It
seems as if the temperance movement
was having a good effect, or else times
uretoo hard. The latter is probably
not the true cause, as those who .get
drunk 'don't care whether they have
money or not, so they get the whisky.
The vehicle which took James Mc
Cully, Henry Weber and the Misses
Nettie Howard and Emily Brown to
the Willow Springs' dance on the 30th
ultimo, broke down on its return to
Jacksonville, spilling out its passengers
in a very unceremonious manner. For
tunately no bones were broken, and
the parties got home in safety tho
New Year's callswere quite fashion
able on the first instant, the young
gentlemen paying their compliments to
the young ladies in exquisite good
taste. We don't remember the time
when we saw so many elegant new
plug hats on the streets of Jacksonville
as were worn by our young gentlemen
on the occasion alluded to. It must be
that times are getting better and green
backs more plenty.
We learn that the family of S. B.
McFerrin, who resides twelve miles
down the valley, is afflicted with an
unknown disease, supposed to have
been contracted by drinking the im
pure surface water of the desert The
wife of Mr. McFerrin at last accounts
was not expected to live, and the four
children were also very low with the
disease. P. S. Since the above was
in type we learn that the members of
the family are recovering. Dr. Vro
man who is waiting on the patients
pronounces their complaint cases of
P. B. Lewis, of the Kerby ville mills
was in town one day during the holi
days. R. W. Cheney, the writing master,
is in town, exhibiting some of his sif
B. F. Dowell is now in Salem at
tending the sessions of the Supreme
Court of the State of Oregon.
M. S. Dean, formerly school teacher,
but now farmer on lower Applegate,
was in Jacksonville last Saturday.
N. Delamatcr and lady of Josephine
county spent the holidays in Jackson
ville and were the guests of 'Squire
The Martin brothers, who have spent
several weeks visiting relatives in this
valley, left hero last week for their
home at Salem.
Wm. Healy who was in from Elliott
creek last week reportsthe snow in that
section not near asdeep as in the
Rogue river valley- '
Dr. J. M, Taylor of Ashland, has
opened neat dental rooms in the Ma
sonic hall at that place, and is now
ready to attend to hjLUtnefcsin first-class
Chas. Winters had'a-seveio fall at
Veit Schutz hall onew Year's night
cutting a frightful gash in his upper
lip. He is under the care of Dr. Ros
tel and doing well.
Hon. P. P. Prim, one of the Justices
of the Supreme Court of the State of
Oregon, left Jacksonville Friday night
on the Northern bound stage for Sa
lem. The sessions of court commenced
at the State capitol last Monday, Jan
Gen. John Sutter, the pioneer of
California and first discoverer of the
gold mines, is living in needy circum
stances with his relatives in Penusvl
vania. He has just attained his 80th
year, and is an applicant for Congres
Russian Cure Fob Diphtheria.
M. Sishkin, Russian Minister to the
United States, writes the following in
teresting letter on diphtheria: In
view of the increase of diphtheria in
several places in the State of New
York, I hasten to communicate to you
for publicity a very simple remedy,
which having been used in Russia and
Germany, may prove affective here.
Out of several others, Dr. Letzerich,
who made extensive experiments in
application of this remedy, has used it
in 27 cases, eight of which were of a
very serious nature, all of which had a
favorable result, except in onj, when
the child died from a complication of
diseases. For the children of one
year he prescribes the remedy of in
ternal use, every one or two hours, as
follows : Natr. Benzoric, pur. 5.0
so I v. in aq. dishlat aq. menin. piper.
ana 49.0 syr. cort aur. 19.0. Fun
ilren from one to hrec vears olu he
prescribed it from seven to eight
grai, mes for 100 grammes of distilled
water, with same syrup; for children
from three to seven years old he pre
scribes ten to fifteen grammes, and for
grown persons from fifteen to twenty
five grammes for each 100 grammes.
Besides this he uses also with great
success the insufflation on the diphthet
ial niembraim through a gloss tube; in
serious cases every three hours, in light
cases three times a day of the natr.
benzoric pulver. For grown persons
he prescribes for gargling a dilution of
ten grammes of this pulver for 200
grammes of water. . The effect of the
renirdy is rapid. After twenty four or
thirty-six hours the feverish symptoms
disappear completely and the tempera
ture and pulse become normal. This
remedy was used also with the same
success by Dr. Braham Braun and
Prof. Klebs, in Prague : Dr. Senator in
Cassel, and several others in Russia
Obituary.- Died, on Dec.31st,1879,
at the family residence, Mrs Margaret
Hubbar , relict of James Hubbard,
aged 54 years and 11 months. Mrs.
Hubbard was a native, of Kentucky
and was one of the early residents of
Oregon, having located in Portland in
1853 and removing to Jackson county
in 1854. Her loss wilf be felt not only
by her bereaved children but by many
a family here. Always ready to min
ister to the wants of others; her many
kindly and self-sacrificing offices at the
bedsides of suffering," showed her a
woman of the warmest Christian im
pulses and won her many sincere
friends. The poor clay was laid with
its kindred dust on Friday afternoon,
followed by a large jjuuvljtr of friends,
who all hope that the good spirit that
winged its flight with tne'dying year,
the new will be better than the old.
State Cases. The "Salem "States
man" of Jan. 1st, says: We learn that
at the sneciul term of the Circuit
Court for Marion county, Harding,
Judge, commencing Dec. 29, 1879, it
was ord( red by stipulation by the par
ties in interest that the suits of the
State against Grover, Chadwick and
Fleischner and Grover, Chadwick and
Brown, and also against Chadwick and
Brown, were referred to Judge Ueady,
of Portland, as referee; and in the suit
of the State against W. H. Watkinds,
as Svperintendant of the Penitentiary,
Watkinds was given till the na oi
January to file his replication.
Profitable Shooting. -Our Waldo
correspondent gives an account of
some splendid shooting lately by W. J.
Wimer, tlm nimrod "P. M." of that
lively burg: At two shots he captur
ed three mallard ducks, the fourth
shot the same day he killed a large tree
squirrel, which instead of five toes it
had eight on one hind fcot At four
shots he killed four derr. He shot one
duck through the head and also one of
the deer. And all this with a Ken
tucky rifle in bize B0 to tho pound.
Trot out the postmasters with their
LIST OF INTERMENTS IN THE JACKSON
VILLE CEMETERY FOR THE YEAR 1879.
Jan. 11, 1870.
" 13, "
" 31. "
U. S. Ilavdcn
Killed in an affray
J. E. McAndrcws
Jos. J. Phipps
W. D. Holier
Etta L. Clay
Thomas G. Dews;
J. C. McAndrews
Clara B. rowcll
J. W. Goodin
Mrs. M. Hubbard1
Adding six Chinese makes a total of thirty-eight in all. Of this number
five died by violence, four from Debility, four from Pneumonia in its different
forms, three from Heart Disease, two from Paralysis, two from Diphtheria,
and 1 each, from Liver complaint, Apoplexy, Cholera Infantum, Intermittent
fever, Remiticnt fever, Inflammation of the bowels, Consumption, Tumor on
the brain and Catarrh in the head, and three infants from diseases unknown.
Of this number, 1 1 were 50 years and over of age, 7 between 20 and 50, C
between 4 and 20, and 8 under 4 years. Two of these school children, Marie
and Charlotte Pflug, belonged to this district, which are the first children of
school age that have died in this district for a period of 4 years and 8 mouths.
R. S. DUNLAP, Sexton of Jacksonville Cemetery.
Real Estate Transactions. The!
following deeds have been recorded in
the Clerk's office since our last report:
Joseph Ralph to Harry Smith, lot
in Ashland. Consideration, $1.
M. Peterson to Wm. Briscoe and
John S. Sims 160 acres in Table Rock
precinct. Consideration, 720.
David Payne to Jumes F. Wells, 75
acres land in Ashland precinct. Con
W. J. Watson to G. W. Smith, one
acre land in Ashland precinct Con
H. T. Inlow to F. B. Inlow, 2.37
acres in Little Butto precinct Con
John Weiss to P. McMahon,
erty on Third street, Jacksonville.
J. K. Helman to Polk Hull, prem
ises in Ashland. Consideiation, 450.
John Orth to Geo. W. Stephenson,
374.25 acres in Jacksonville precinct
Jas. Thornton and others to W. H.
Atkinson, real estate in Ashland.
Consideration, SI 50.
Jacob Wagner iiid others to W. H.
inson, one third interest in the
d 1 iU id upci l
Martin Peterson to W W,
160.51 acres in Manzanita
Jas. Thornton and others to E. K.
Anderson, lot 3, block 17, in Ashland.
Wagner, Anderson tCo. to Ashland
Lodge No. 23, A. F. it A. M., proper
ty in Ashland. Consideration, 174.
50. Ashland Manufacturing Co. to Jas.
Thornton, land in Ashland. Consid
Terrible Tragedy at Orleans
Bar. Report reached Etna yesterday
of a terrible tragedy at Orleans Bar,
the county seat of old Klamath county,
and now belonging to Humboldt It
appears that an Indian had some
trouble with a man named Henry
Scott, a man of family, whom he was
cutting savagely with a knife, when
James Osborne, a young man, attempt
ing to interfere, was cut in the lower
part of the neck, causing his instant
death. Scott is also believed to be
dangerously wounded and liable to
die. The citizens immediately seized
the Indian, hung him up, and riddled
his body with bullets. Scott, we be
lieve, was formerly District Attorney
of Klamath county, and a worthy citi
zen. Osborne is a brother-in-law of
S. H. Birdsall, the Sawyer Bar mer
chant, aged about 26, and a highly
respected young man, who followed
the occupation of packing. Wo have
been unable to gain anv particulars as
to the cause or reason of the Indian
committing the deadly assault, Yreka
"Journal," Dec. 31.
Now for Business. In Jackson
ville the New Year was ushered in
amid the shooting of anvils and guns,
the explosion of tire-crackers nnd
the ringing of the school bell.
The repoit of the artillery, the loud
huzzas and other hilarious evidences in
the streets, wero a reminder to the
sleepers that 1879 "was no more for
ever." And now that the old year is
a thing of the past, and the new has
fairly taken its place, let us hope that
every intelligent man and woman,
both old and young, will contribute
h's nnd her part toward making 1880
a period of peace, prosperity and plenty.
Let all acknowledge the necessity of
self-impiovement; let all practice tho
"golden rule" of charity between neigh
bors; let all be willing to lead a life of
sobriety and persevering industry, not
forgetting to set before themselves those
fixed stars Humility and Fortitude
and God will make us a useful, happy
and prosperous community.
The item in our last issue about
Nick Fick having rented the store now
occupied by the millinery establishment
of Mrs. I. W. Berry and opening a
butcher shop therein is incorrect. Mr.
Fick has bought out the meat market
e TT-.. I. T5.-w.lrt. TJ?ltnio rA ornnni
oijiaj cv xc, Vo,, - - ' "" ""
where he will be ple-sed to .wait on
everybody in need of everything in las
49 years I Town Cemetery.
i O years ijlnsomc
43 years Town "
10 days I. O. O. F. "
i u.j years
i aii years
I om wi
I. O. O.
Tumor of brain
Heart disease v
I. O. O. F.
3y8m 22d Catholic
A raontnsi "
G8 years ITown '
auy urn au 'town
30 years 1 " '
32 vears I "
4sy ra n. u. U. '.
2m 2d Town
SO years Catholic
48 vears Town '
Catarrh in the head
llyllmSdll. O. O. F.
n-ir Km 9:!il iTViwn
17 days iCatholic
9 years I.O. O.F.
54y Mm I "
Thos. T. McKenzie and a party of
ladies, just returning from Jacksonville
where they had been attending the
holiday festivities, had rather a moist
time crossing Bear creek, the other
day. A halt was made upon a grade
near the water's edge, when the vehicle
.slid and dumped into the creek. An
uncomfortable ducking, a scream and
a scare, was all the damage done to
the excursionists. Next time when
Tom wants to water his horses he will
not drive on a slippery grade near the
edge of a stream.
In 1879 there were issued by the
Jacksonville postotlice 2,689 postal
money orders; and 165 registered let
ters were sent during the quarter end
ing Dec 31, 1879.
Divine Service. Rev. M. A. Wil
liams will preach at the M. K church,
Jacksonville, at 11 o'clock, A. M., next
Sunday, Jan. 11th.
The Improved Order of Red Men
will install their newlj elected officers
Margreiter-Kker At the resi
dence of JdLouisignaut, January
2d, 1880, by Judge Day, John Mar
greiter and Miss Harriet Parker.
Higinbotiiam Horn. At the resi
dence of J. S. Horn, Jan 1, 1880,
by Justico Hays, Samuel C. Higin
botham aud Miss Olio A. Horn.
.Notice of settlement.
Having sold my butcher shop to N. Fick
this is to notify all persons indebted to me
on account for meat furnished, that they
must make immediate payment of the
same to Jlilo i aton, who is authorized to
collect and receipt for all money.
Jacksonville, Jan. 5.I8S0,
Land Office at Roseburo Oon.
January 1st, 1880. )
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and secure final entry thereof at the
expiration of thirty days fiom the date of
this notice, viz: George W. Wimer home
stead application No. 2,327 Tor the S E V
of S W if, Sec. 19. N y, of N E if and N
E if of N W 4, Sec. 30"T 37 S R 5 W and
names the tollowing as his witnesses viz:
J. W. Strang of Josephine county, and
Isaac Custar of Josephine county. And
also this notice, viz: Jicob Wimer, home
stead application, No. 2,329 for the S of
N AV M. X W if of S AVif and S W 1-4 of
N E 14, Sec. 30 T 37 S R5 W, and names
the following as his witnesses, viz: J. W.
Strang of Jo-ephine county and Isaac Cus
tar of Josephine county, Oregon.
, wm F. Benjamin, Register.
!S SB. IBB. EBB.OJIB.M.
David Hopkins, executor'
of the last will and tes
tament of Daniel Hop
kins, plaintiff, vs Hub
ert F. L. Hallock, Uobt.
S. AVelman, E. C.
Brooks, Jesse Gage,
Harvey Springstiad, E.
K. Anderson and A. G.
ants. In tho Cir
cuit Court of
tlu State of
Oregon for the
county of Jack
son. Suit in
To the above Inamed defendants: In
ntine of the State of Oregon:
You are required to AI'1'EAK in said
court and answerthe complaint of said
plaintiff, filed against you, within ten days
from the time of the service of this sum
monson you, if servtd within said county;
or if served on you within any other coun
ty in this Slate, then within twenty days
from the time of the service; or if served on
vou outside of the State of Oregon, then
ou the 9th day of February, 1880. Order-d
by Ho . II. Iv. Hanna, Judge of said court
that publication be made for six weeks in
the Oregon Sentinel, prior to the 2d
Jlondjy in February, to-wit February. 9,
1880, as to the defendants Itobt. F. L. Hal
lock and Itobt. S. Welman. And you are
notified that if you fail t" answer said
complaint as above reou'ired the plaintiff
Will apply lo me uimii iur mu ix'iiei utr
mandeu therein, to-wit: For a decree
against you for the sum of five hundred
dollars with interest thereon at one per
cent, per month in United States gold coin
from the 14lh day of August, 1873, and the
costs and disbursements of the action and
u mortgage on 8 stamps and a battery for a
quartz mill on Wagner creeK in jacKson
c'ounly Oregon, will be foreclosed and
I , sa'muamif0rrelief generally,
l b. F. Dowell,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
CASH THICKS ATUKtMES BKOTHEKV
STOKE, JACKSONVILLE OK.
Choicest Costa Rica coffee, per lb ... .
San Fran, refined (C) sugar, per lt. .
Crushed Sugar, per lb ...
Extia C syrup, per 5 gallon kegs. . . . $5 25
Grant's candles, per box 4 2S
Best candles, JN . 15., per box ,4 ou
Adamantine candles. Tier box
,. a ou
Soda and salaratus, I. II. L., per lb.
Grain pepper, sifted, per lb
Lorrilard's tin tag tobacco, per lb .
J. B. Pace's tin tag tobacco, per lb
Coal oil, per 5 gallon can
Choicest tea, per lb
DRY-GOODS AND CLOTHING.
Lownsdale bleached muslin, pcryd. .12-j'
White Rock bleached muslin, pcryd..t2tt
Red Bank " " " "..10c
Green Bank " " " ". 10c
Cabot A and W unbleached muslin,
per yd 10c
Tycoon reps for ladies wrappers per
Diagonal dress goods, per yd 25c
Black cashmere, good, per yd 87J
Fancy water proofs per yd $1 00
Cotton batting, per lb 80c
Canton flannel, per yd 12 Jc
Laces, embroideries, a yd 12c au up
wards. Ladies' kid gloves, pel pair 75c
Corsets $ 1 00
Best Corsets 175
Ladies' silk ties 25c
" dress silk, pcr,yd......-...,c.$l00
clothing cheater than the citEri r.
Agoodsuitfor .$10 00
Hats, eaeh $1 and upward
Brown duck overalls, per pair 75c
Blue denim " " " .75c
Levi Strauss & Co.'s copper-rivctcd
duck overalls, per pair $1 30
Levi Strauss & Co.'s copper-rivctcd
blanket-lined duck coats 5 00
Other blanket-lined duck coats 4 00
White shirts, good 1 25
Merino undershirts & drawers, each75c
Canton flannel undershirts & draw
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Boots, California made warranted and
stamped on the Inittom, per pair.$4 50
Boots, California made warranted nnd .
stamped on the bottom, Quest &
best calf. 0 0t
Eastern made boots, per pair,.. .$3 to 4 00
Ladies' shoes, California made, lust
calf, warranted and stamped, per
pair 2 25
Ladies' shoes 2d quality, per pair.... 3 00
" 3d " " " 1 75
mtscs a cniuKVa sbois ti f Roroiiiiox.
Ladies' half cloth shoes, warrranted
and stamped ou the bottom $2 50
Ditto, 2d quality, per pair 2 00
Carpet slippers " " 73
Moquet or plush slippers per pair... 1 00
all made by white labor.
Nails, per keg. 100 lbs $7 50
Steel shovels, long handle 1 00
White lead, Atlantic, per keg, 25 lbs.. 3 00
All other good in our stock will bo sold
for cash at prices in proportion to the
OLD AND RELIABLE, 1
Sanford's Liver InyigoratorS
Jjs a Standard Family Remedy for ,
rdiseases of tho Liver, Stomach
cand Bowels. It is Purely .Vta
; Vegetable. It never V5
Dp.bilifciifpn -Tfr. ia
has been usodj
in my practice!
and by tho public.j
,jjjy r ior more man oo years,5
' q v with unnrecedented remilbj
61 .- 11 nw i
CEND FOR CIRCULAR.;
3i i i.'i oa.iruKu, rr,.u. kewtobkoity?
HAVING BEEN INSTRUCTED BY
the Board of State Land Commission
ers to forward all notes upon which inter
est is due for more than one year to the
Clerk of said Board at Salem, I hereby give
notice to all persons knowing themselves
thut indebted to come forward at once and
make payment, as I must make a state
ment of such delinquencies by the last of
the year and also forward said note?. Tho
forced payment of theso notes may bo
avoided by prompt action in this matter.
Treasurer of Jackson County, Oregon.
Jacksonville, Dec. 10, 1879.
ALL THOSE KNOWING THEM
selves indebted to Inlow of the Eagle
I'oi t Store, either by notcorbook account,
must settle the sam by January 1,1880.
All tosc notes and accounts not settled by
that time will positively be placed in the
hands of an olllccr of tho law for forced
collection. II. T. INLOW.
Having sold my butcher shop I hereby
notify all persons indebted lo me for meats
that they must make payments for the
same by "the 10th of January, 1880, or I
will have to force collections. I must have
money. The books and account are in
the hands of 31. Citon ho is authorized
to make settlements.
Jacksonville, Ogn. Dec. 23, 1879.
Fay "Sour Taxes !
Tax-payers will remcmlier that only thir
ty days are allowed for the payment of
taxes after the annual visit iaid to the dif
ferent precincts by the Tax Collector, i.f
tcr the expiration of that time those not
paid up may expect to pay mileage Tho
time expires on January itli and tax
payers will govern themselves accordingly.
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
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