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THE ORLGON SENTINEL
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rected, the law holds them responsible outtl the
have settled the bills, and ordered them discontinue)).
, If subscribers rsmoTe to other places without
""donning the publisher, and the newspapers are Hat
etna- former direction, thej are held responsible.
The Courts hare decided that rerutlngto take
newspapers from this office, or remoTing and Itss
tag them uncalled for, la prima facie erldence of ln
S. The postmaster who neglects to giro legal n
Ice of the neglect of a person to take from the office
he newspaper addressed to him, is liable to the psb
her for the subscription price.
How a Boy Became Interested in
Ifciumro. I would like to tell you
hbw I became interested in farming.
"We always had plenty of agricultural
papers lying about, and as I read them
I became interested in poultry. "When
I? was eight years old I bought the
fowls of- my; father,, and. then I kept
a. strict account of the receipts and ex
penses. The first year I think I made
about $30 profit ; since then I have al
ways had the care of them and find
them profitable. I would like to tell
another thing that used to interest me.
Either would give my brother and my
self each, a piece of ground, one or two
rods square, and give us what we could
raise on. it to- buy boots and papers
with. "We would try to see which
could raise the largest crop, and so we
"Became interested in gardening. The
first year I raised onions, anil had near
ly or quite S7 worth on one rod square.
lily onions yielded much better when
-they were sown very thick-and thinned
-to -about four inches apart. We not
only became interested rrt our work,
"but we earned enough to buy all our
papers, and felt better satisfied with
them because we had earned them our
selves. XothlBg Short or I'nuiliitnliaMc Keurllla
Conferred upon tens of thousands of
sufferers could originate and maintain
the reputation which Ayer's Sarsapa
jrilla enjoys. It is a compound of the
"best vegetable alteratives, with the Io
dides of Potassium and Iron, and is the
most effectual of all remedies for bcrof
tilous, mercurial or blood disorders.
"Uniformly successful and certain in its
remedial effects, it produces rapid and
-complete cures of Scrofula, Sores, Boils,
Humors, Pimples, Eruptions, Skin
Diseases and all disorders arising from
impurity of the blood. By its invig
orating effects it always relieves and
-often cures Liver Complaint, Female
Weaknesses and Irregularities, and is
'"2a potent renewerof vitality. For puP"
jfying the blood it has no equal. It
"tones up the system, restores and pre
serves the health, and imparts vigor
..and energy. For forty years it has
'been in extensive use, and is to-day
the most available medicine for the
suffering sick, anywhere. For sale by
alljdealers. Hodge, Davis & Co., Port
land, wholesale agents.
During the late freeze, about one
million salmon eggs were frozen at the
"Hatchery on the Clackamas. Every
effort 'was "made to save them but with
out avail. As it is about one million
and a half of youm; fish have been safe
ly put into the water.
I OLD AND RELIABLeTI
SDr. Sanford's Liver InviooratorS
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miDvuuKB oi uiejjiTer, Diuiuaca
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J. W. BIGGS,
IAlu NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
Id this city, anil ali that favor -me with
their patronage I will guarantee to give eat
illactioa, My motto Is to. live and lot live
prices to.Buit tbe time'. It am also prepared
to do outdoor, work taking landfcapei, pri
Call and see ppecimeiu of pictures taken
in all kindi of weather. J. VV. R.
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In the Circuit Court of tiie")
State op Oregon for tue Vss.
County op Jackson. J
Win. Bybee, Plaintiff. 1
A. W. Hawkett, E. C.
Robinson, Jesse Rob
inson, John L. liobin
son, Thomas Robin
son, Wm. Smith, Kas
par Kubli,. Jolm Bolt,
James F. Gazley, A. A.
Fink, Benj. Haymond,
C. Magruder, Defts.
Suit in equity to
enforce a Ven
dor's Hen for an
In the name of the State of Oregon:
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO APPEAR
in said court and answer the supple
mental complaint of said plaintiff, filed
against you, within ten days from the time
ol the service of this summons on you, if
served within said county; or if served on
you within any other county in this State,
then within twenty days from the time of
the service; and it was ordered by said
court on the 8d day of December, 1879,
that you answer the amended complaint in
said cause on or before the JSth day of
December, 1879; and it was on the 5th day
of December, 1879, ordered by II. K. Han
na, Judge ol said court, that Jesse Robin
son ancf John L. Rohinbon appear in said
court on or before the 2d Monday in Feb
ruary, 1880, nnd answer the supplement
al complaint filed against you and that
publication be made in the Oregon Sen
tinel of this summons six weeks prior to
the next term of this court, to-wit,
the 21 3IonInr orFcbrnarr, 1SSO.
and you are notified that if you fail to ans
wer said complaints as above required the
plaintiff will apply to the court for the re
lief demanded therein, to-wit, for a decree
enforcing their liens of the following debts
at-ainst the defendants A. W. Hawkett, E.
O. Robinson and Jesse Robinson, for the
purchase of the mining claims and water
ditches and privileges and improvements
thereto belonging, known as the Taylor
claims nnd Josephine mines and lands ly
ing on Rogue river, in Josephine county,
Oregon, and the following described judg
ment liens on the same, namely:
A note to Kaspar Kubli for $ 382.63
A debt originally due Dan Green
paid by Wm. liyuee tor ouauu
A note payable to Wm. Smith for. 500.00
A note to Mrs. Irwin transferred to-
Gazley & Fink 1,328.33
Difference between $1,433 and $1,-
32853 now due Wm. Bybee.. . 105.00
Debt of A. A. Wimcr paid by Wm;
And the amount of an attachment.
due Wm. Bybee for 2,039.88
A promissory note of the defcnd:
ants A. W. Hawkett, E. C.
Robinson and Jesse Robinson
to Wm. Bybee for 1,000 00
A judgment of Kubli & Bolt in
said circuit court for
A judgment of Kaspar Kubli in the
county court of said county for 489.13
A mortgage on of said mining
claim in favor of Haymond fc
Magruder for 2,295.00
An account will be taken of the amount
of gold dust taken out of said mining
claims, and the amount accounted for," and
the amount taken out and not accounted
for, amounting to a large sum of money to
And an account will be taken of the in
terest, costs and expenses in each of the
foregoingdebts, mortgngesand judgments,
and the court will detcimine the priority
of the liens of each and all of them, and the
said A. W. Hawkett, E. O. Robinson and
Jesse Robinson will be compelled to pay
the same within ten days from the date of
the decree or Z oftliCaid lan'dnlfnTnz
claims together with all the rights, privile
. . .'... ... . .." i
ges thereto belonging, will be sold to pay
the same. And a promissory note ot a. u.
Robinson to Jesse Robinson and a mort
gage to secure the payment of the same for
?4,975.00will be declared fraudulent and
void and the collection of the same will be
perpetually enjoined and the said E. C.
Robinson, Jesse Robinson, John Robinson
and Thomas Robinson will be perpetually
enjoined from selling, assigning said note
and mortgage and from selling, assigning
or incumbering said land, mining claims,
ditches, rights and appurtenances thereto
belonging or appertaining. And the de
fendants will be compelled to pay the
costs, expends and disbursements ot this
ul and equitable relief generally will be
B. F. Dowell & E. H. AcTENniETn,
Solicitors for the Plaintiff.
In the matter of the partnership of W. A. A.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned has been on the 23d
day of December A. D. 1879, appointed
by the County Court of Jackson county,
State ot Oregon. Administrator of the part
nership estate of W. A. A. Hamilton, de
ceased. All persons indebted to the said partner
ship estate are hereby notified to settle the
same immediately, and all persons having
emiius ugmiisi sum jmruicrbiiip esiaic win
present them with the proper affidavit of
the claimant to me at Unionlown, Jackson
county, Oregon, within six months after the
first publication of this notice.
Cnun.ES E. Ouatfeix,
Administrator of said estate.
Dated Dec. 24th, 1879.
Notice of Final Settlement,
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
Ibrthe- county of Josephine, sitting in
Probate on Nov. 17th, 1879.
In the matter of the estate of Jacob Mil
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
j. Joanna Miller, Administratrix of the
estate of Jacob Miller, deceased, has filed
her final account of the condition thereot
in the office of the County Clerk, of Jose
phine counny praying lbr a final sclle
ment, and ordered that Monday, January
5th, 1880 at 10 o'clock a. m. has been set
by order of the County Court for the final
Given under my hand Nov. 17th, 1879.
Lakd Office at Rosebcjmj, Oon. )
Nov. 34. 1879 f
Notice is hereby Riven 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 from the date of
this notice, viz: Rilcv M. Thompson,
homestead application, Nx. 2,194, for the
E ofS E Jf. Sec. 32 and W oV S W M
Sec 33, T30 S, R C "W, and names the fol
lowing as his witnesses, viz: John Bor
rough of Josephine county and Sedley Bor
rough of Josephine connty, Orejron.
"Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Lathes and Shingles by the
THE UNDERSIGNED "WILL SUP
ply the market with sawed lathes and
shingles from his mill, five miles East of
Ashland, on Clayton creek, at the following
prices : Shingles,Sugar pine,deli vered,$3.75
'per thousand. Lathes, delivered. fG.50
All, orders promptly filled; Address,
VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
and order of sale duly issued out of the
circuit court of the State of Oregon, for
Jackson county, on the 8th day of Decem
ber, A. V., 1879, upon a judgment in lavor
of E. K. Anderson, and against J. H. Skid
more, defendant, far the recovery of the sum
of seventeen hundred and forty-seven dol
lars ($1,747.00) and the further sum of one
hundred and seventy-four and 70-100 dol
lars attorney fees, with interest on both
said sums at the Tate of ten per cent, per
annum from November 18th, AD., 1879,
and the costs and disbursements taxed at
twenty and .37 dollars, ($20.37K) and al
so the accruing costs, and also a decree
against said defendant J. H.Skidmore and
A. M. Skidmore and Tho3. Smith, of fore
closure and sale of the following tract or
parcel ot land aeacn bed as lonows: situ
ated in the town of Ashland, Jackson coun
ty, Oregon, beginning at a post 11.72 chains
W of the eorncr for sections 4, 5, 8 and 9,
in Township 39, S of R 1 E; thence W 862
links to a post for corner from which a
black oak 10 inches in diameter bears S
67 degs., W 22 links, a black oak 17 inches
in diameter bears N 80, E 45 links;
thence North 694 links to a post from
which a yellow pine 16 inches in diameter
bears S 47 , K 50 links, a yellow pine 18
inches in diameter bears N ;. , E 13
links ilist; thence last 8G7 links to a post
for the N W comer of Ashland College lot;
thence South 694 links to the place of be
ginning, containing u acres more or less,
(excepting the right of way heretofore deed
ed to me west Asniand imcn uompany
thro""1' said land). Also the following:
Beginning at a post for the N W corner of
lot jso. i, in iilocK jno u, in the said town
of Ashland in said county; thence N 64,
E 297 links to the N K corner or lot No.
in said blwk No. 6; thence S 26, E 151
links to a post, thence N 27 , E 305 links
to a post; thence N 64 - W 835 links to a
post on county road; thence S 24, east
693 links along said county road to the
place of beginning, containing 2.60 acres,
more or less. Also lot No. 1 in said block
No. 6 in said town of Ashland. Together
with all the tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining, and to me directed
and delivered, commanding me to levy up
on and sell according to law all of the
above mentioned and described real prop
erty to satisfy said judgment, attorney
fees, costs, and accruing costs, and in obe
dience to said command! have levied upon
and will offer for sale for cash, at public
auction to the highest bidder at the court
house door in Jacksonville, Jackson coun
ty, Oregon, on
Saturday, the 1711) ilar or Jnnnnry. A U 1880
At one o'clock P. M- of said, all the
'right, title and' interest of J. H". Skidmore,
the above named defendant, and A. M.
Skidmore in and to the above mentioned
and described premises. Levied upon as
the property of J. H. Skidmore the above
named defendant and A. M". Skidmore to
satisfy tho demand of the above named
Sheriff of Jackson
Dec. I6th, 1879.
David Hopkins, executor")
ol the last will and tes
tament of Daniel Hop.
kins, plaintiff, vs Rob
ert F. L.Hallock, Kobt.
S. Welman, E. C.
Brooks, Jesse Gage,
K. Anderson and A. G.
In the Cir-
.cuit Court of
thu State of
Oregon for the
county of Jack
son. Suit in
To the-ftlfc -HnT!rhicfTtr-
m.meSf.he State ' gon:
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO APTEAR INSUO
court and answer the complaint of said
plaintiff, filed against you, within ten days
from the time of the service ofthissunv
mons on you, if sen cd within said county ;
or if served on you within any other coua
ty in this Slate, then within twenty days
trom the time of the service; or if served on
you outside of the State of Oregon, then
on uie inn uay oi reurunry, ioou. vruereu
by Ho. II. K. Hanna, Judge of said court
that publication bo made for six weeks in
tne ureoon sentinel, pnor to tue SKI
Monday in February, to-wit February, 9,
1880, as to the defendants Kobt. F. L. Hal
lock and Robt. S. Welman. And you are
notified that if you fail ti answer said
complaint as above required the plaintiff
will apply to the court lor the relict de
manded therein, to-wit i 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 14th day of August, 1873, and the
costs and disbursements of the action and
a mortgage on 8 stamps and a battery for a
quartz mill on Wagner creek in Jackson
county, Oregon, will be foreclosed and
sold to pay the same and for relief generally.
B. F. DowelLj
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Land Office at Rosebuko Oon. )
January 1st, 1830. )
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed 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 from the date of
this notice, viz: George W. Wimer home
stead application No. 2,327 for the S E
of S W if. Sec. 19. N 14 of N E if and
E if of N W if, Sec. 30 T 37 S R 5 W and
names the following as his witnesses viz :
J. "W. Strang of Josephine county, and
Isaac Custar of Josephine county. And
also this notice, viz: Jicob Wimcr. home
stead application, No. 2,329 for the S M of
TVH,N W ifof S "VVif and S V? 14 of
N E 1-4, Sec. 30 T 87 S R5 W, and names
the following as his witnesses, viz: J. 'W.
Strang of Josephine county and Isaac Cus
tar of Josephine county, Oregon.
Vm F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Office at Rosebuko, Ogn. )
Nov. 12, 1879. f
Kbticc 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 from the date of
this notice, viz: Jr. S. Dean, Pre-emption
Declaratory Statement, No. 3,486, for the
S i4 of S E if, and S of S-W f. Sec. 9,
T37S, RC A and names the following
as his witnesses, viz: Orr Brown of Jose
phine county, and George Brown of Jose
phine county, Ogn.
Of every description made with
promptitude and taste. Infants'
clothing a specialty. References
in all parts of the country. Circulars giv.
ing full information sent on receipt of
stamp. Address Mr. or Mrs. J. A. Rich ard
son, 24 Post Street, San Francisco, Cala.
Pay Tour Taxes !
Tax-payers will remember that only thir
ty days are allowed fbr the payment of
taxes after the annual visit paid to the dif
ferent precincts by the Tax Collector. t.t
ter the expiration of that time those not
paid up may expect to pay mileage. The
time expires on January lth and tax
payers will govern themselves accordingly.
Sheriff and Tax Collector..
GEEAT CLEA-RAJSTCE SALE
FOE SIXTY DAYS
IMPOKTANT Reduction in PRICES
AT TEE STORE OF
N ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR MY
sell for the next SIXTY DAYS MY ENTIRE HUB of
SirtHtiicr Dry- Goods,
FANCY 600SS, LADIES' EID GLOVES, HITS,
AT PRICES TEAT WILL
lis chasers during this great sale at
Orzoon akd Caufokha sts., Jacksonville.
W. J. rLYMALE, Prop'r.
OULD RESPECTTOLLT INFORM TIIEPOB-
11c that he has a flne suck oi
Horses, Buggies and Car iages
And he Is prpred to fdrnioh his patronntnd tliepnb
1c generally with
As can b had on the
Psdfle coast. Saddle horses
Animals Bousht anil Solil.
Horses broke to work single or double. IIore
boarded and the lie4t of care Iwstrwwl npon tliem
while in my charg?. A liberal share of the public
fiatrunsge is solicited en reasonable terms.
No. 11 KEAHNEY ST.,
Treat all Chronic nnd Special Disease
TITHO MAY BE
VV the effects of yrutbful
follies or Indie
cretion. will do well to avail themselves of
ibis, the greatest boon evjr laid at the altar
of "offering humanity. Dit SPiNNEY will
guarantee to forfeit 5500 ror every cae tit
Seminal weakneoa or private diwas of anj
kind or character which be undertakes and
fails to care
There ate many at the age of thirty to
fixty who are troubled with too frequent ev
acuation of the bladder, often accompanied
by a slight rmartiug or bnrning sensation,
and a weakening of the yU'm in a mnnner
thepatlent cannot account for On exanvn
ing the urinary deposits t ropy pediment
will often lie found and sometime small
particle" of albnmen will appear, or the
color will be of a thin milkifh hue. again
changing to a dark and torpid appearance
There are many men who die of this diffi
culty ignorant of the cause which is the sec
ond stage of seminal weakness Dr. S. will
guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases,
and a healthy restoration of the genitouri
Offick. Hocns 10 to 4 and 6 to 8 Sun
days from 10 to 12 a. m Connlttior. free
Thorough examinations and advice, $5.
Call or addres",
DR. SPINNEY & CO.
No 11 Karney St..SauFranciCO.
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
FIRE AND MARINE.
Established in Oregon, 1874.
CASE ASSETS - - 6500,000
A. J. BRYANT PRESIDENT
R. D. IVERS. ..VICE PRESIDENT
C. H. CUSHING SECRETARY
A. P. HOTALIXTG- & CO.
45 Front Street, Portland.
Gen'l Agents for Oregon nnd Wa-hinalon
J. NUN AN. Local a Tfnt.
ThbIbestof laoer beer always kfpt
on1iprlodrsdjrforsIe bj thektgor glss
AND BUY YOUR-
FALL AND WINTER STOCK I WILL
WILL BE OFFERED TO
AND GENERAL STA GEEO USE,
Opposite Odd Fellows' Hall.
TRAVELERS AND BF.S1DEXT BOARDERS
will find the most ccmfortbl.Ii!f;lne;j at this
honse to be met with anywhere In this part of tht
The Beds and Betiding
Will always be fonnd of flr.t-class character and
keftln a neat and clean condition, while
arenewljr fnrnl'hed and wiU always be kept in neat
and home like condition. A plrntltnl supplyef the
best of erery thing the markst aSTordawill be
Ifer lion.j will be kept open all night, and "SQUARK
MEAI.S" can be obtained at any bonr uf the day
OYSTKRS PRKPAPKD IV
Ind Innche to behad at any time. Stnfe pasen
pers and others lio may be out late at nleht can al
warsflnda good Ore. Lot measand go.nl beds at
No ironble wiP be spare! todeserre the patronage
of the travellie at well as the permanent commu
nity. Gire mc a call.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
duly issuctfont of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon, tor tue uounty oi
Josephine, on the '3th day o December,
1879, upon a judgment in ravor of S. W.
Sawver nnd against Jas. N. Vannoy, Ellen
Vannov and G. "W. Diinick. for the sum of
i, four hundred and forty-one and 70-100 dol
lars with interest at ten per cent, per an
num from the 1st day of November, 1878,
a d the further sum of thirty-o ie 35-100
dollars, costs and disbursements, and ac
cruing costs. I have levied upon and will
offer tor sale at the Court House do' r, in
the town of Kcrbyv He, in- the county of
On the 31th Dajr of Jnnirarjv ISSO,
at 2 o'clock, p. m.. of said day. all the right,
title and interest of said defendants J.N.
Vadnov. Eilen Vannov and D: AV.Dimick,
in and to the following described premises
to-wit: That certain donation claim form
erly known as the donation claim of Thos.
Fnzzell, being claim No. 37, in Township
30 S. nnd Range 7, West; also the S. W.if
of Sec. 17, in Township 30 &. Range 0,
West, Josephine county, Orego
JOHN TAYLOR, Sheriff,
of Josephine county, Oregon.
Land Office atRosebitro Oon. )
Dec. 20, 1879. J
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make fin 1 proof in support of
his claim, ainrtMMUiu unat-entry thereor at
the expiration of thirty days from the date
of this notice, viz: Orlando h. Ros,
homestead application No. 2,412, for the
EUofSEX.Stc 21, S VT M f s "'if
ami loll 5 and 6 Sec 22. T3 S of R A West
nnd names the following as his witnesses,
viz: Rinl Benedict of Jackson county, and
Walker Ilerriott of Jackson county, Ogn.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Corner 4th and California StK
J. A. CARD WELL PROPRIETOR.
niltr rsknllt and rfflltsd ilils
wlllrnnwn f.tAbilf)tnnr. snd has
tlnns thereto. I hare the Trj Bt aorses. Doggie
ami llTsryturnontsof all klu.l. Mr stock or roads
ters cannot be excelled In the State.
On reasonable terms, and the best of care and atten
tion bestowed npm toea vhlle under mjr charge
Horses Bonc;lit and Sold.
I am satisfied that I can rive satisfaction
and guarantee the same. With tins im
pression I have no hesitation in soliciting
80,000 SMITH'S ORGANS NOW
Are now TAKING THE LEAD OVER ALL OTHERS for
Brilliancy, Sweetness of Tone, Durability and General Finish
Ton can Buy 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
T?QVTiMCTATTTvn7TJT a .
EASY INSTALLMENTS. Agents and
Piano Tramps who make LARGE
PROFITS are requested to open theip
batteries UPON ME or my INSTRU
MENTS at once. The public will
soon ascertain it is to THEIR AD
VANTAGE to give me a call, and
find that MY PIANOS AJr"D- QRj
GANS WILL WEAR AS WELL
I keep in tune as long, and SAVE
MONiiY FOR THE PURCHASER.
Don't be fooled or humbugged by any
thing you hear. "Talk fs cheap"
(usually.) The man or woman who is
mm wiu jiujiii LAuiuiuuiK iiwtira, ,
pays very dear. BEST OF REFER
ENCES GIVEN AND SATISFAC
IJgTSend for special information to
JAS. S. SMITH,
201, 203 205 Duro.vrST.,
HTT'TIf A Ti TT nPeirciiliirn fiom R alH who ur. jciidui- ..I mv
D 11 l I x i lL tiistrtinnrts. Sum fur reii'v. ami st-i-1 m iIh'pv
ire Hiiirely ilioititeremcd. Aildrt-as-
1700 Stockton St..
MORSE'S PALA CE.
J. P. Hale & Go's.
UPRIGHT AND SQUARE,
Sold for Less Money than
GOOD INSTRUMENT IN TUB MAUKET.
WARRANTED TOR TEN YEARS.
Come or Send to Portland
AND YOU WILL SAVE MONEY.
All Kinds of Orgjins in Stock
Picture Frames Mouldings.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH
Or on Easy Instalments.
BEWARE PEDDLERS & DRUMMERS
SAVE FROM $50 to $100
In buying a Piano or Organ.
MORSE & COMPANY,
1C3 FIRST STREET,
PORTLAND, OGN. I
SMITH'S PUSH & 0HIU1B.
In order to introduce THESE
MAGNIFICENT PIANOS on this
Coast, I have put the prices MUCH
I LOWER than other FIRST-CLASS
I MAKERS, and as T do not propose to
ne any agents (who generally ,x
, tort large profits from the consumer) I
ex,)ect t0 bt. sevcreiy handled by such
persons in the Piano busitipss.
The materials used in their ooh
struction are of the VERY BEST
kiud, and tho wood thoroughly sea
soned. They are substantially made.
DURABILITY, TONE and the
power of MAINTAINING TUNE
LONGER than any other. piano made,
are the characteristics of these mstru'- J
Tlie- greatest possible attention is
given to their tone and touch, and
have no hesitancy in offering them to
the public as FIRST-CLASS PIANOS
in every respect, and warrant thein to
stand in any climate.
Mirr-ess mill m
of iff wt o
JAS. S. SMITH
201, 203 & 20.") Dupont St.
GHAT'S SPEC IFIOII
cure liir Spw
m a t orrh v it
ade rmie-. '
After iaking, i
tenry, uiul hI! diseasm 1hl lollow n a He
q'lence f Sflf-nliii-; m low of Meinnrv
Univmai ..isiiiinV. Pain in ile B.icki
Dimm-px nl Won. IVruiiture (M Airel
nnd ninny nihtr DihPaii ilmt lend to In'unl
ity or CiiUfumpiiiiii mid a Prematura
;&Fnll purtiriilnrs in nnr pnrnphlet,.
wlueh ipdrsire !o fend Iree hy ninil to
every one- B. TIip Specific Medicine K
snld by H d'liBefoH nt SI per packaire, or
(six putkuees f- r SS O' will be srnt free by '
mini on receipt of 'lie money by addressing' 1
TirK GHAT MRUICIMK CO.,
No. 10 Mechunics' Block, Detroit. Mich.
CQiSoId in Jnck?nnville by all drncrpi'tfti
and by all wholesale and" retail druggists
Portland , ORjeaoac
And Jacksonville, Oregon,
GIBBS & STEARIN'S will attend So
all biHini-ff in Portland.
THE CITY BREWERY.
VELT SCHUTZ, - . Prooriotoi.
TTWODLD MOSTBESPKCTfOLtY IN..
I form the clmeneuf JacksouT.lle andf
the wvrld at lariie. that tbejr can Bnd, atT
any time, at mjr Drewerjr, the best lazer
leer. In any qnanlllj the pnichxei may desire
My honse In cuuTeuifntlysItnAted and my room arcs
always In order. A Tlstt will please yen.
NOT TATt, to ea(
for our NEW PRICJS
tham Ter. Conialna
descriptions or erery
thinir required fur
vcrsoiuil or famllu
lisi. norecomn eta
tue. with orer 10OO Illustrations. Send nlno,
cents for It. (Stamps will do We sell all good!
at wholesale prices In Quantities to suit the pur
chaser. The only Institution In America who
make thl-cthetr sn-elsl liualnets. Address.
aiOXTOUM KKY WAKD CO..
t1 St a-!U WabusU Are., Cbtcsfo, Ulrv