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JACKSONVILLE. UCKSON COUNT OREGON
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VOL. XXV--NO. 3.
JACKSONVILLE. OREGON: JANUARY 21, 1SS0.
$3 PER YEAR
J. W. ROBINSON, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AHD SURGEON,
Ofllce on California tit., oppalte P. J.Ryan'a.
Realdenee at B. F. Dowetl'a.
G. II. AIKEN, M. D
DHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
O-0fBee opposite P. J. Ryan's .lore.
late of Glasgow, Scotland. Office at Geo.
MARTIN VROOMAN, M. D.
DHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofllce up-stairs in Ortb's brick. Resi
dence on California street.
CHAS. J. HOWARD,
tOUNlY AND MINh.IUL -UKVEYOR
Mining snrvevs. and all other bualneae In my line
promptly attended to.
K. H. AUTENKlKTn,
Will Practice in nil the Courts f the Plate. rr.im I
attention (riven " all bnsliie.. left In niv ran.
Mg-Otan Is Orlli'a iincK building.
B. F LOWELL,
Vlhu.lnr.s pluerlln nv Itwla will receive pn-mpt
attention. OaT!" 1' attention given to oll-c-tlona.
drVj. m. taylo'r,
E .VTIS T,
flavins permanently located at tMa place Tatn now
fully nre.arei t" an 1 kin l of dental work.
Particular attention (riven to all mairneruT aurplral
oprratl-.ii. In connectii.n with my l.n.lnea, includ
ing cltfl palates. tc. ClwrEMi reaaonnl le.
r E NTIST,
1EETII EXRACTCD AT ALL
ta.Hira Tnrrhfiit irftll fad
...niAtatrM. .fJttsIrfMl.for which extra
J.l..e wilt tia marl
nmtt and rfmldfloca on corner of California and
Asst: SURGEON ol ihe GermHit Army
IN ORTH'S BUILDING, , '
9-The Treatment of Chrrnic Caes Madf
Specialty. - .
X. O. OIBBS. L. D. STKARNI
GIBBS & STEARNS,
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
Rooms 2 and 4 Strowbridge's Buildine,
nil practice In all fVnrta of Record in the State of
Oregon and Wahahlnstin Territory and par par
ticular attention to buaineas in Federal Courts.
M. Ryder, Propr.
TPIRSTCLSS ACOOMMODXTIOiV VN
JL always t had at this house at Ihe mod
ST-Ai jxcellent stab connected with
-0.0 TO J3C 0HCXj331
JC Ilroa ter pajnta wllaanll.rnahea.
eat drue and Patent Medicine go to
GUT BARBER SHOP
Jacksonville, - - - Oregon
TnE UNDERSIGNED IS FULLY
prtp-ired lo do all work in liis line in
ihe best manner and at reasonable prices.
HOT OK COLD BATHS
Hun be bud at this place at all boars of ihe
Woolen Manufacturing Co,
Take pleasure in announcing that t..ey now
bare ou hand, a fall and select stock of
HgKQKi AGS D38Bill8Vp
Made of the very best
nd of which thev will dispose at very rea
Orders from a distance will receive prompt
Htleiilitm. oeud them in and give our goods
Ariiland Wooi.fn M'f'o Co.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BACK OF COURT HOUSE.
MANNING AND V7EBB,
1 TAVINQ LATKLY FITTED HP TnE COM
JL I ntodiona barn on tbe School House Flat and
in the rear of tlie Court Hou.e. We are now fully
prepared to attend to all bu.inem in our line Itb
promptness anddiepatcb and at the in at reasonable
Thextuhlels ftarnMird mtth the best &nimM "unci
lll()nt Pllhitt Hilt tela liltl'i'li! aIhO ft tint aT lit liMflr anrt
"MHPiip uune. - -
Horee boarded, and the beat care bestowed on
9aljnf4ctlin pintRnteed In ertrv instanr.
Give us ft call and Judge fir yunrselres.
J W MANNING.
JarknoiiTlUf, April 10lh. IB?0
jYE 1VR0 UTETO THE SEA
BV WAY OF T1IE
ROSEBURG & COOS BAY STAGELINS.
PIIE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW
running a daily line of four-horse
stages between Roseb'irg and Coos City
making the through trip in twenty-four
hours. Stages leave Rosebur every
morning. Sundays excepted, at Ga. sl, and
make close connection with San Francisco
steamer twice a week. The lime from
Roseburg to San Francisco will be three
days and through fare has been fixed at
$1 1 50. Fare from Rose mrg to Coos Bay
CLOUGH & CARLL.
ASHLAND AHD LiNKVlLLE
H. F. Phillips : : : : Proprietor.
I KM NOW RUNNING A DAILY LINI-
I lie en tbt nbove ixiint. leavioi; Aehland
with coach on Moi.dayn, Ve neflay and
I riday ri'luiti'tig next day On Tuedav.
Tlinrs4y and atutday of each week abuck-
bnnrd will start I nun ii-bland leturJtng on
PAItF.. (eacllltny) SS.OO.
('onnrcti.ni made at Linkville with backs
Bi K AT TUB OLD STAKD.
T AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL
L work in mj Mu cheaper than ver, anil
in tact will do it cheaper than any other
shop in Suu.bern Oregon.
Give me a call anJ I will convince you.
DAVID I UOMMILLKIt.
Cor., op Second and California St.
LL KIVIJS OF MARKKTAKIh
produiv laken Hi X(haQL'e lor work
P. DON KG AN
' AND saloon.
J. L. nOCKETT, Prop.
' P HE UNDERSIGNED HAS TAKEN
' full charge of this business and is pre
pared to furnish the public with a first-class
qualitv.of Brandy, Wine and Cider. The
saloon will always be supplied with the
best of liquors and cigars. Oysters and
sardines always kept on hand.
J. L. HOCKETT.
HEW MILLINERY STORE !
1. 1. W. BEPRT.
rHAVR TOST RECEIVED MY FALI
and Winter tstock of Millinery Goods
LADIES' HATS AND BONNETS.
Kihbons. French Flowers. Ostrich Tips
Vehets. Diagonal .-j ilk. Neckties, Collars.
Ouir. Kid Gloves. Laces, Back Combs.
Pocktt IUndkercbl fs. Fancy VVings, and
L lumes. Perfumi'ry, and Toilet Soap, and a
fine assortm) tit of infant's shoes.
I also have on band a supply of
GPMLEJIEN'S NECKTIES A COLLAnd
For the holidays I will have an assort
CHINA AND WAX DOLLS,
I havp rejeived the agency of the cele
bratid White Sewing Machines, which I am
M-lling cheaper than ever, and several White
and Wilson machines tor sale.
In Masonic Uuilding, Oregon St.,
rpHK UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE
L Hires to announce to Ihe public thai
ihey are now prepared to 611 all orders for
cakes of every description, snch as wedding
cakes, cakes Jo' parties, wine cakes; also
bmwii and rye bread, ginger snaps at,d
A lunch house will also be kept at thi
place, where otsters in all sly Its, Limburger
and Schweitz r cheese, can be bad at all
Iftirs of the dty or night.
CSf'FreFh bread every day.
Prices reasonable aud satisfaction guar
anteed. GROB k ULRICH.
TABLE. ROCJC SALOON,
. - - '
WINTJEJf and HELMS,
1 well known and
popular reoort wnnld
nilnriii tlieir friends und the public grnerallx
hat a complete und first cla-s slock of the
beg brands ol liquors, wines, cigars.nle ano
porter, etc., are constantly kept on hand
I'tn-v will he phased to nave their frieudi
'cull aud smile."
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also be
found here. We would be pleased lo have
nersotis possessing curiosities and specimen'
bring them in, and we will place them in
'he Cabioel foi inspection.
BIG BUTTE STEAM SAW MILL
J. P. 1ARIL2?.,
BIG BUTTE, : : : : : OGN.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
planed and unnlaned Sugar pine lum
ber of the best quality.
EDGING, MOULDING, RUSTIC,
Lnmber dressed lo order on short notice
and r.&conuble terms lor those convenient
to the Mill.
JKSS-Oonnty Ordi'rs and Greenbacks tak
en at par.
Lately Occupied Mrs Masking A Mrs Vlnlns
The subscriber who has had large exper
ience in the hotel business in Canada is
now prepared to cater for tbe wants of the
general public in first class style. Board
and lodging by the day or week.
MEALS 25c EACH; OYSTERS IN
Geo. M. Coburn.
SLATE CREEK HOUSE!
J. I. Knight, Prop.,
SLATS CHEEK, OGS7.
'IHE UNDERSTNED GIVES NO
I tice to the trav lling public that first
class accommodations can always lie had
at this house, and no pains spared to make
a visit agreeable.
The bar will always be supplied with
thebest of liquors and cigars.
J. I. KNIGHT.
Settle Up ! SettleUp ! !
HAVING CLOSED BUSINESS IN
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 immcdiitc payment. I must
have -what is due forthwith.
carefullyprepared EAHLLR DUOS.
.Jfl.E. B. REAMES.
t. O. REAilES.
AHEAD ASpUAL ! !
A CASH BASIS !!
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
GENERAL MERCHAiVDISE !
TO SELECT PROM IN
Any On Store in Southern
Oregon or Northern
ALL FOR CASH!!
ODR STOCK C(tt
"a---- -.l"ff t?
FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS,
LADIES' DUEPS GOODS. CASHMERES,
AND DIAGONLS. SILKS. AND
SVTINS, BOOTS 4 faHOES,
LADIES' CAL, JIADE CLOAKS
WE CALL THE ATTENTION OF TBE
ladies to the fact that we have now
m band the largest and best selected aort
ment of HDIES' DRESS GOODS and FAN
CY GOODS ol every dercription in South
ern Oregon, and we will henceforth make
this line of goods our speciality and sell
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
To the centlemen we will say, if you want
No. 1 SUIT OF CLOTHES you must go
lo Retimes Bros, to buy them a we claim to
have tbe best STOCK OF CLOTHING in
Jackson county and will allow none to un
These goods were all purchased by a mem
ber or our firm from FIRST CLASS House
ir San Francisco and New York, and we will
wairaut every article and sell them as cheap
for cash as any bouse in the county.
We also keep ou band a lull stock or
Hardware, Cutlery, Glassware,
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS
PAHSI AND FREIGHT WAGONS
Plows. Gang Plows & Sulky Plows-
In fact everything from the finest needle
to a llireshinc-machine. Give us a call
nnd jndge for yourselves as to our capacity
of furnishing goods asnbove.
The way to make money is to save il.
To save il buy cheap. To buy cheap pay
CASH for your goods and boy of
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
MAKES A SPECIALTY OF CLEAN
ing and repairing watches and clocks.
Charges reasonable, Give him a call.
Criterion Billiard Saloon !
Nolnnd & McDauiel Props.
THIS POPULAR RESORT. UNDER
new management, is finishing Ibe bst
brands of liquors, wines and cigars. Tbe
reading table Is supplied with Eastern peri
odicals and leading papers of the Coast.
Give us a call !
King of the Blood
Cnrei all Scrofuloua affectloni and diaordtri reault
ing f roi Impurity of tho blood. It ia oeedleu to
pecif jr all, as tbe aufierer can naually perceire their
earuaj but &aU Jlhtum, Pimplu, UUtrt, Tumtrt.
bmtrt, Smmngi, tee., ara the moat common, aa
well aa many affectloni of tbe Heart, ZItaJ, Liver
Wonderful Curs of Blindness.
D. Rajiom, Sox Co.: Por the benefit of all
troubled intn Scrofula or Impure Blood in their
ayatems, I hereby recommend King of the Blood.
I hare been troubled tnth Scrofula for the paat tan
T. n"li ao affected my eyea that I waa com
pletely blind for aix months. I waa recommended
to try King of the Blood, which has proved a great
blesaing to me, aa it baa completely cured me, and
I cheerfully recommend it to all troubled as I hare
oeen. Yours truly,
Mm. 8. TVEatbiblow, Sardinia, N. T.
mU be paid to any Public Iloapital to bo mutu
ally agreed upon, for every certificate of this medi
cine published by us vbich is not genuine.
.tT!,,1S,, onr faith !n the M? ni excellence of
? ? ?pun P!1 personal application, when
satisfied that no imposition ia intended, we will
prye the names of all itamgredients.by affidavit.
io uu.c wn were never made Detore by the pro-
1 prietor of nny other Family lledicine in the world.
. Iany te,tln0nlala.furtherinformation.and
v, "'ruoa" or uaing will be found in the pam
phlet "TrealiM on Sueaaea of the Blood," in
which each bottle ia enclosed Frice )1 per bottle con
tainingll ouneei or 40 to 50 doses. Sold by drue
S. P. HANNA,
TN CRONEMILLER'S BUILDING IS IN
J. receipt of a lull assortment of material
and prepared to do all work in his line on
short notice and in a workmanlike manner
Vehicles of every description made to or
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaran
teed. airing a specialty.
S. P. HANNA.
Jacksonville, February, 20, 1878.
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS
First-class accommodations for passer
gers. Express business promptly attended to
by R. M. HARRETT.
AS RESUMED BUSINESS AT
the 8 and of the late J. L. Badger
and is prepared to execute all work in bis
line with promptness and dispatch and at
very reasonable rates- All kinds of vehi
cles constructed. Repairing a specialty.
Good woik and low prices guaranteed.
Give me a call. J.MEYER.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
Xtihttl andmlymtdal gutn rvtier jjJaiera. at loth
the Grnfrnnial arut Pari Exprniiora. Wiirlyani
famraJMy lcrunrn amrng pkynctans as a great tm
mrttcemmtonthe ordinary portmsifatfrr. Albany
tinyncuin in your oum locality about it. The valua-
me qnaimcfl ot tne common porousp-aicr are m
this article Increased 1 0 fold by tv ana BCIcntiflc
medication. It relies es almon at on-e and cures
where other piasters fail even to rellee. It Is
without doubt the best remedy eTerdelsedfor
Lame and Weak Back, Rheumatism, Spinal and
Kidney Complaints and all local aches and pains.
Avoid iraltatlons-Sold by all Druggists, Price 25c
Seabukt & Jonssos at Piatt SCTN. Y., Propra.
HORSE - SHOEING-.
HAVING LEASED THE SHOP FOR
merly occupied by Mat. Shannon we
ask a share of the public patronage.
Staple produce or Cash taken for work.
FY0D WANT A LAROE STOCK OF rERFD
mery and fucy soaps to select from go to Kabl
Iers and If they don't have what you want Dob wil
make It, or anything else generally pnt up r drug
stores. KAHLER BK0..
r - Tmffr Y. ir ,nii -
Alonzo and Lew. Hyde, who have
been quite sick, are riow convalescent.
With the exception of a few small
dances and a shooting match, the holi
days passed off very quietly at our end
I do not think the mercury was low
er than zero, but it hardened potatoes,
apples, ic., considerably, but the dam
age was slight.
How depraved and low must those
persons have been who did, on the night
of Jan. 3d, enter and steal from Henry
York eight pieces of bacon, and on the
same night also took some out of J.
Sissel's smoke house?
A good plan for those persons that
go out sleighing here on Applegate, is
to take a wagon along, for the wrecks,
and sleighs scattered along tho road
will convince even a casual observer
that all the sleighing was not a success.
I did think I would have a marriage
notice to send, but could not procure
the needed information. That fellow
from New York who put an ash poul
tice on his neck for a cold now holds
his head in a set position it did too
Here is the way a man latelv from
Iowa now on
ague snd fever.
Applegate, cured the
He took at one dose
seventy small pebbles, then stood on
his head, and strange as it may appear,
the ague left him. I suppose the phi
losophy of the cure is "that hr must
have sand in the craw." I do not
think standing on the head will become
The storm of wind on the 9th in
stant vas the severest that has ever
visited this country. Large trees were
torn up by the roots, others snapped
off like weeds, while the fences that
were blown down astonished the na
tives. No stock was killed that I can
hear of. Mr. Harriott says that so far
this Winter has been a great deal
hftrrlpr t.hnn thn nnpt nf Ififi
vmiey by tne Ju, ana mucn v,: .... last
snow still on hand. As to the weath
er being pleasant, is saying a good deal,
but still wo have concluded to take it
just as it comes. Stock looks well and
as far as I can learn but little perished
in the big storm, except that Messrs.
A". Wimer and Clemens lost about two
hundred sheep, but perhaps many of
them will yet be found alive. A good
many buildings could not stand the
pressure, but no great damage done, and
although the snow went off in a hurry,
Applegate behaved quite well, not get
ting out of its channel. The snow
taught many people a great lesson, and
if heeded, much suffering among stock
will he avoided; that they should be
prepared for a hard Winter, whether
it comes or not, for where is the sense
or the humanity in keeping more stock
than what feed is prepared for. A few
head wall kept are worth legions of
half-starved stock. Mac.
ANNEXATION OF MEXICO.
The San Francisco "Chronicle" has a
special from Mew York dated Jan.
8th, indulging in the following specula
tions concerning the "manifest destiny"
of several of the provinces of Mexico.
Let us have "piece," stop intestine rev
olution, and give the Mexicans the
benefit of a gool government :
There has been considerable talk at
the Manhattan and Union Clubs with
in a few days about a formidable fili
buster movement, having for its object
the severance of the Kio Grande States
of Mexico from that republic, and
placing them as speedily as possible un
der an independent government styled
the Republic of the Rio Grande.
News received from there yesterday,
appparently confirming this gossip, cre
ated lively interest. A "Sun" corres
pondent this morning says there has
existed for some years a secret organi
zation, having its ulterior object the
absorption of Mexico by tho United
States. The manner in which this is
to be effected is the old one, the grad
ual settlement of adventurers into the
Northern States of Mexico, Chihuahua,
Sonora, Coahuila, Nuvea Leon and
Tamaulipos. Grant, while President,
entered into the plot privately, and fa
vored a part of the programme. The
Nicaragua canal is .but the hem
ming in of Mexico's defensive powers on
the South concurrent with ostensibly
peaceful and industrial movements on
the North. The Tehauntepec Railway,
now being constructed by Mr. Learned,
has nothing to do with the Grant
GITAYMAS AS X RIVAL.
It is said, and with much plausibility,
that the wealthy Bostonians who have
secured control of the Atchison, Tope
ka and Santa Fe Railway, and with it
whatevpr is valuable in the franchiso
and land grant of the old Atlantic and
Pacific, intend, after constructing their
line down the Rio Grande to El Paso,
to push southwestward to Guaymas.
A careful study of the map fayors ft
strong suspicion of this intention. It
would bring them in connection at El
Paso with the Texas Pacific, and tho
two companies, then combining, as
would be clearly to their interest,
would have the shortest possible route,
from the waters of the Pacific to Gal-
veston and New Orleans and with tho
whole railway system of Texas and the
Southern States. The distanco from
El Paso to Guaymas is just about half
the distance from El Paso to San Diego.
Moreover, it would place Guaymas 200
or 250 miles in closer communication
with St. Louis than San Francisco is
by the Salt Lake and Omaha route.
The port of Guaymas is a good one for
commerce. The region between it and
El Paso is believed to be very rich in
minerals. It has a fine agricultural
feeding in the direction of the Yaqui
Valley and Hermossilo, in Sonora, and
with this railway communication to tho
Southern and Southwestern States,
backed by the unlimited capital of
Boston, it would bid high both for tho
trade San Francisco now has with the
Mexican and Central American coast
and with the constantly increasing
trade of Australia and China. This
Mexican coast trade is as yet in its in
fancy. The valley of Colima, which is
soon to be connected with Manzanillo,
by railway, has immense resources for
the production of coffee and other trop
ical products; and if Guaymas secures
what she expects from the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe Company, it is a
sorjoiBfcestioriiyith San Tniruufia
slice ouc of our trade, and leave us
wondering what had hurt us, andhow
so large, rich and great a city as this
managed to bo humiliated by so insig
nificant a town. Tho tea trade with
China and Japan we shall possibly al
ways keep. But suppose Mexico should
make as high a bid for Chinese labor
ers as Cuba and Peru have made,
would it not soon happen that Boston
lines of steamships would ply weekly
between Hongkong and Guaymas, at
first carrying laborers chiefly, but by
and by taking away our commerce
with China altogether!
One thing seems inevitable: That, if
the connection by rail shall be mods
between the Mexican port and tho
Texas railway system, the Central and
Couthern Pacific Companies will have
to inaugurate a far more liberal policy
toward this State and tho merchants
of this city, or lose a large part of the
traffic upon which they are depending
for future dividends. They are get
ting into deeper water than they have
been used to, whether they know it or
not. San Fran. "Chronicle."
The following touching story is told
by a truthful exchange: A man in a
certain town who had never advertised
was recently found dead under the
counter, where he had been lyinij for
two days. He was accidentally discov
ered by a small boy who went in to
get a nickel changed. As he never ad
vertised people had forgotten where his
store was, and hence no one happened
to discover the corpse until decomposi
tion had set in.
Surgery can justly boast of a new
conquest; when an eye is severely
wounded, the healthy one is in danger
of being impaired by "sympathy," to
preserve the good eye, it was hitherto
the practice to remove the injured one.
Dr. Boucheron has discovered, that by
cutting the ciliary nerves, the "sympa
thy" is stopped, and thus dispenses
with the necessity of removing the in
jured organ. Forty surgeons havo
thus operated successfully. "Pacifio
If your local paper happens to tread
on your toes a little in performing its
mission, don't get your back up and abuso
its editor, but stop and take a good
breath and think bock for a season,
and see if you can't remember some of
tbe favors and kindnesses it has shown
you in the past. Then reflect that it
may not be long before you may want
favors again. Ex.