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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
0 n Cllfrtil.t..nppit P. J.Kjn'.
RenM-nee at B. F. Duwell't.
G. H. AIKEN. M.D..
JWOfflce oppoilte P. J. R jan' More.
P. JACK, M. D.,
Late of Glasgow, Scotland. Office at Geo.
MARTIN VROOMAN, M. D.
DHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office up-stairs in Orth's brick. Rcsi
dence on California street
CHAS. J. HOWARD,
OUNTY ANIMIN.-.RL -UltVEYOR
lllnlnc inrrejra, anl all othe r bu.Ineii In mj line
piumptljr ..'tended to.
E II. AUTENUIKTU.
JWI1I -ructlce in all the Gmrtu "f th' Prom-t
attention cl""i all bolnr left In rajr ri-.
' 3-Offl-e in Orth'a brick building.
R. F liOWKU,
T ' N v. Y . T I-
.Iai'K1 n ii.i.i'. finco
.! l.n.In- nlw"lln -nr lin.l wl!l receive Pi-Mint
itleltliii (J-pe. lal attfii'lim elf'i to &!.
DR. J. M. TAYLOR,
r MIS '.
naT'nct.'rmnii'nt!. l.TatMnt M 1I ' ""
tnlW pr,r-l to l.i nl kluii'fleutaW.irlt.
Particular tlentl"ii cUen i" "lentier. f inrKtral
up. tall -n In emini-rll wltt niyi.n-.Miw. Includ
ing cl- ft palate, etc Charr- re,iir.l .e
f-T-VE!.TII EXKACTEl) AT ALL
h'Mra Lancliinf: pi !
1 mlnl-lere.1. If .lf.llt.1, r.ir which ext ra
r,mrtr uill b HAile.
Ottce ami re.ilil-o on earner of California and
At: SURGRO.V ol the Germni) Army
IN ORTH'S BUILDING,
Jacksonville, - Oregon
.SB-The Treatment nf Chrrnlc Cac Mudi-
A. C. OIBB9. L. B. BTKARNf.
v GIHliaS & SlJiA:tiN&t
A TT0RNEY3 AND COUNSELLORS.
Room 2 and 4 Slrnwbridi.e' Bnildin,
fin practice In all Otnrts of Record In the Slate of
Oregon and Wahnhlngt n Terrlturv, and pay par-,
tlcnlar attention to builgeu In Federal Courts.
M. Ryder, Fropr.
FIRST CL-.SS ACCOMMODATION C.JV
alwayvle had at this bouse at the mo-l
BAt ;zcelleut stable connected wilh
eO TO KABCIiEXl
Broi fir palnta. oila an J imahea.
TnO"R. 'X'.HLJii OOBAP
X? eat drae and Patent Mediclu- ir.i to
GUT BARBER SHOP
.l.tclc-.M.vitl", - - - OrK.n
THIS. IIjVUKIISI.iNKD. IS FULLY
pr, p1jed,l d'i a)LworK.n Jii lint- In,
TjitsuJJtTlliiiijiitff mwai noMinaoH. prirea
HOT OK CO LI) BATHS
('an lie had til this place at all hour? of In
Woolen Ulaiiutui'turing Co,
l'Hki1 pl'-nciiri In nni'mncing thitt tofj noi"
hate on liaud.H full uml et-lect 'lock ut
EK0Ki AM LKlCllYp
Made of (he very best
d of hic'i Ihcv will diposint vtry rea
Ord-r from a distancv will receive prompt
Htlenlioii. .-iid them ill and giveuur goods
Akhi.and Wo-ij.fn M'p'o Co.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BACK OF COURT HOUSE.
TTATiyO LATELY FITTED UP THIS COM
JL "1 nn"1ln liirn on the School Uousn Flnt simI
Intliereir of tfi Court llouin-. Wcart now full?
pripateil to attend t )lbiii-ine-K tnonrline wltb
pruinptnt-M anddUpatch ami at the m st reaj liable
TliabVi furnHied th tbbt ftnlm. unci
tiio-i ni)t-tantlHl lugj:ie; ilwj a firnt cl-t-n buck and
IIome. iMMirdrd. and tli bet rare lntowet on
.utifcfl"n ctin-anli-cd In rir mclanre.
OItp iih a call miiiI JaIgf f.-r jurclve-i.
J U MANNING.
.Jackaiivin, April lOHi, IS"0
WE 1VR0UZET0 THE SEA
BY WAY OF THE
. rijUBG& o-sn.y-;a.U! on
, HE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW
' running; a daily line of four-horse
s-tntrcs lwtwet'n Roseb'.rg and Coos City
mnking the throntth trip in twunty-four
hours." Stages leave Ilosebur,7 every
mnrnins;. Sundays execpird, at (! A. m an'd
make close connection with San Fninnico
steamer twice a week. The lime from
Roseburir to San Francisco will be three
days and through fiire hfis been fixed at
$14.50. Fare from Rose mi g to Coos Bay
CLOUGII t CARLL.
ASHLAND AND LiKKVILLE
U.K. Phillip : : : : P.opiivfor.
j l NOW UlNMSr, K DAILY LI.VI
I ! ue-ii tin nlinv.. i..j t-. it'.i.nii .Milanil
with coach mi Mo d. We nefdays and
IrdilH reliiin'iig next day On Ttieedav
Ihursdx him) a unlay of rich week a leirk
li.iard will i-turl Irom l-lilai.d iflurjing on
Hie folioKiiiv day.
PARK, (eoell Mnjr) $3.00.
CnnifCti.iii made at Li-jkville wilh hacki
T AM NO IV PREPARED TO DO ALL
jL work in mj i cheaper than ver, and
in lai't will do it cheaper than any other
-hop In tsou-herii Oregon.
Give me a call aii.1 1 will convince you.
Cor., of Second and California St.
LL KINDS OF MARKKTABI.K
produce taken ituzrhanve lor wmk
Phoonis, - - - - Ogn.
J. L. HOCKETT, Prop.
' I HE UNDERSIGNED HAS TAKEN
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 with the
best ofjjliquors and cigars. Oysters and
sardine always kepton hand.
x J. L. HOCEETT.
M K1ILLIHERY STORE !
!. I. W. BEPRY.
rlUVK IUST KF'EIVRD MY FAL1
and H'lntir dock of Mililmry Goi-tir
L-ADIES'HATS AND. BONNETS'
IMIiIhiiik. French Flower 0irich Tip-Vt-ltr.R.
Oiagtial -)ilk. Necklie. Collarx
"nir-a. Kill Gloves. Lace. Hack Comb.
I'orkei Hnn.lktTchi f. Far.oy W ngo, and
l lumeir. Perfumery, and To let Soap, and
fine ai-Fortm nt of inlantV Mioec.
I aNo have on hand a Ripply of
CJF ATI.KME.V' NKrlCTlK. ti COI.LAI..-.
For the holiday 1 will huve an a.son
CHINA AND WAX DOLLS.
I htve rejeived the npenry of the celt
liratid While. "fewing Macliines. which I am
elliii(t cheaper than ever, and i-everal White
and Wilson mxchine-i lor aale.
CITY BAKE BY
In Masonic Building, Oregon St.,
'pnK UVKKRSIGNED HEREBY UK
1 cirrs lo miniiuiiei-In the public thui
ihey are tiiiw prepared to Gil all ouii-rs lor
cakes of every description, such ua weddine
cakes, calces he parties, wine cake;:; ulo
brown and rye bitad, ginger snaps aid
A lanch honie will alio be kepi at lhi
place, where n filer s in all siyhs, Limbnrirer
mid Schweils r cheese, can be had at all
Ifara of the d ly or tnaht.
Cii?Freh bread every day.
I'ncei reasonable and satisfaction eoar
mileed. GROB i UI.RICH.
TABLE ROC3C SALOON,
iriJWJJSJir and HELMS,
'P IF. n.O.'i.lKi'Oll- OF "III
L II known .iiiii p.iulir re-iirl ou l
iiiloriii Heir lnni.'x hm Hie public ir.rieinli,
hi a iiiphn mil Gri r!a s -li ck ail tin
- ii'iiml- it q'l -, inm. rijrr-t , , mi
-"i" i"e-. n iMin-i iuil kip' .in Imiiil
It. . mil he pi tied Id 'lave ih-ir fneud
en ami nl e "
A ab.fi I nf UuMi'M iis tn'iy aUn be
'iiilild h. re, Yi in d b plea-ui lo havi
-i-i-iiiiy pia-rt-gin2 ciiriiiijit ar.il -ttiernneii-
ifiiiu 'li in mi, anil we will plaje lliem in
h fistiine in irs i linn.
W1NT.I1N k I1KI.MS.
BIGBUTTE STEAM SAW Mil J,
BG BUTTE, : : : : : OGN.
KKKI'.S IJI INSTANTLY O.V II AND
plant d ami tl ii'hm. (I rfuur pine lilin-lir-r
n( ilie ls' qimnly.
EDGING, MOULDING, RUSTIC.
Lumb-r dns-vd lo order on short notice
and r-h-oiiable terms tor those convenient
to the Mill.
CSS-Connty Orders and Greenbacks'lak
en ii pHr. '
Lntcly Occupied Mrs IIiuMns Mrs Vlnlng
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. M. Coburn.
SLATE CREEK HOlhE!
J. I. Knigiit, Prop.,
SLATS CHEEK, CCItf.
THE UNDERSIGNED GVTES, 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
thebest ofliquors and ciirs.
i. I. KNIGHT.
Settle Up ! SettleTJp ! !
HAVING CLOSED BUSINESS IN
Jacksonville I propose moving to the
Soda Springs to locate. I need money
and must have it Those Indebted to mc
are therefore requested to come forward
and make immediate payment I must
have what is due forthwith.
carefLOljprepared KAULLK BBUS.
Jacksonville, r: Oregon,
AHEAD J&ma, ! !
A CASH BASIS !!
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
TO SELECT FROM IN
Any On Store in Southern
Oregon or RTorthern
ALL FOR CASH!!
OUR SI OCK C- INSISTS OF
FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS,
I.AI'IE' Mafc-S GOODS nHMEHB-.
AND DI GON US. SILKS. ND
S 1I'S. BOOTS 4 allOES.
LI)ILSLCAL.. MADE CLOAKS
TE CAM. THE ATTENTION OF THE
Vf ladte to th" fact that we have no
ii hit' d He- larg-'t and tw.tiaelic.i-d a-"nrl-iiihiiI
fL vl)lfr' DRKS GOODS and F N
' Y OflOD-a ni every decMptioii in Soi'l'i
rn Oretfon. and we will h-i.c f'-rlb maki
il'l line of go. d our cpecialily and Fell
i m at
Choaporthan the Cheapest.
To Ihe i!-iill m-n we will miv, irnu waul
No. I SUIT OF i LOTIIE-i ynu mu tr.
In Itemnes Bnii. 1m buv them a we claim lo
have the lie-l TO(;iv OP CLOTHING in
Jackaon county and wi.l allow none ti un-
Then- gnod were nil pnrcha-ed by a mem
her ol our firm from FIRoT CL V.S.S lloiihe
an Fr.iuci-ci and New York and we will
-va. rant every article and fell Hum a? cheap
for ra-h a any hou" in the county.
We also keep ou band a lull slock of
Hardware, Cutlery, Glassware,
A FULL LINK OF ASHLAND GOODS
FA III A.XD .FREIGHT ".VAGUS S
PIoivb. Gang Plows & Sulky Plows-
In fuel everything Trnm Ihe finest needle
in n threshing-machine. Give ns a call
-nd jndge for yonrselve as to oar capacity
ot fnrnihinz upikI.j as above.
The way lo make money is to save ii.
To -ave it buv cheap To buy cheap pay
CA-H for yonr goods and buv or
pr actio al
"Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Jacksonville. - - Oregon.
MAKES A SPECIALTY OF CLEAN-.
ing and repairing watches and cluckr.
Charites reasonable, Give him a call.
Criterion Billiard Saloon!
Nolnntl & McDanlel Props.
pill? POPULAR RE80RT, UNDEIt
I new mauauiment. 1 riiruisliing the b"i
nniiids of Hqimrp. wine and clgan-' Th
readinir tihle is upp1bd with Eastern pri
odlcalF and leading papers of the Coai-t
j.we us a eau
T. O. REAMES .j. . E. R. REAMES.
GAJIDU.NO l.V TUE AltJIV.
How the Statesmen at Yfaahlnsto.. Pro
posed to Snppreif the rcralclotu
There is a general impression at
Washington that the soldiers in our
ftonticr forts spend their spare time in
gambling. Naturally, the Congressional
mind is tilled with horror at the
thought that sinful games should be
played by men in the service of the
United States, and bills have been in
troduced by virtuous legislators to put
a stop to the practice. The president
is understood to have been greatly
pained on learning that the officers and
men of the Federal Army are addicted
to gambling, and the other day, just
before the appointment of a new Sec
retary of War, he called a meeting of
the Cabinet to discuss the propriety of
requesting Sir. McCrary's successor to
issue an order prohibiting gambling
under heavy penalties.
Mr. Hayes opened the proceedings
with a brief speech, in which, after a
passing allusion to the crops of the
past season, he said that he had learn
ed that gambling prevailed to a very
great extent among the troops on the
frontier. This gambling, the President
said, was carried on, not only in the
usual way by pitching pennies and
playing marbles to keep, but by a game
of cards called, if lie remembered right
ly, "sledge-hammer,' or "tongs." With
this game he was glad to say he was
totally unacquainted, but he feared
that there was no doubt that it was a
wicked game, and one that was so. fas
cinating that soldiers would frequently
sell their Bibles and hyninbooks in or
der to raise money with which to play.
He wished to hear the views of the
Cabinet on this subject, and their opin
ion as to the expediency of an order
from the department forbidding all
games of chance.
31 r. BTe-SiTgged E5orrecrEtTPres-"
dent. The games to which he had re
ferreil were doubtleJRi "old sledge" and
"poker." The former he was free to
say, was a" game unworthy of officers
and gentlemen, and as to poker he
must confess that it was ruinous to
both body and the-pocket he should
say soul. "I remember," pursued Sir.
Key, "that while I was an erring Con
federate soldier we used to play poker
every payday. I once raked in seventy-four
thousand dollars in Confederate
currency (it was worth about eight
hundred dollars) in a single night. I
just did hold the most alfired bands;
there was twice I drew three kings and
filled. I'reckon I made about four
times my pay by poker while I was in
"Permit me to inquire," said Mr.
Evarts, "if my learned friend adduces
these facts as evidences of ruinous con
sequences of poker! If so, I will call
attention of his Honor the President
to the fact that they go to prove that
this so-called jioker is one of the most
profitable American industries "
"I gannot blay any of your boker,"
said Mr. Schurtz, "but I know my
biano is far better. I will blay some
dings for you now if you like. Eut,
sol gan I believe it. Is dor biano
away from der room gone!"
The President explained that Mrs.
Hayes had moved the piano up-stairs
so as to make more room for the Cabi
"It is gurious," continued Mr.
Schurz, ".then I game to Washington
there is a biano in every house to
which I vent Now every one has
been up-stairs taken. I gannot ac
count for it. What is "
"I recklect," broke in Mr. Thompson,
without the slightest apology for his
interruption of Mr. Schurz, "I recklect
when I was a boy raftin' on the Wa
bash, we used to play old sledge and
go the odd man for quarters all day
long. One voyage I scooped thfi cabin
and all hands, and come into New Or
leans with all the money of the whole
crowd in my pocket. But, as Mr.
Hayes says, gamblin' is wrong, very
wrong. Still there's this to bo said
for it: While the soldiers are playing
poker they can't be readin' Popish
books or listenin' to Jesuit priests, and
there's no manner of doubt that Ro
manism is a sight worse than gambling.
I'd like to see a general order requir
ing every soldier to make an affidavit
once a month that he is a good Protes
taut, and is determined to tight the
Pope to the last grasp,"
The President here asked if Brother
Thompson would kindly explain what
he meant by a quarter of an odd man,
Mr. Thompson said he could illus
trate what "going the odd man for
quarters" raesnt very easily, if Mr.
Hayes and Mr. Kee would each put a
quarter of a dollar down on the table
and cover it with their hands, while he
did the same with another one. He
then asked them to lift their hands and
show the coins. Both the President
and Mr. Key's quarters lay with their
heads up, while Mr. Thompson's lay
with its tail up.
"You see," explained Mr. Thompson,
"that your quarters were just alike,
while mine was different. So I'm the
odd man, and I scoop in your money."
Mr. Hayes regarded the disappear
ance of his quarter of a dollar with
some uneasiness, but suggested that
they try it again, as he did not
fully understand the game, and wished
to know the full extent of its wicked
ness. In the next three experiments
the president won, and remarked that
he did not see but that if it were play
ed within proper limits it would be an
innocent and amusing game.
As the investigation still proceeded,
Mr. Evarts and the rest of the Cabinet,
with the exception of Mr. Kee and
Thompson, gradually withdrew. Twice
Mr. Thompson sent the call-boy out for
change, and his brow grew darker as
the game went on.
It was fully ten o'clock when the
President rose up and denounced the
game as being of clearly satinic origin;
Mr. Thompson coincided with him, oli
serving that its character had entirely
changed since his early Wabash days.
But Mr. Kee, with his pockets loaded
tlown with silver, protested that he saw
nothing wrong in the game, and would
be glad to assist the President in any
further investigation of the kind that
he might feel disposed to make.
This is the storv of the Cabinet
meeting which certain wicked army
officers assert ts the only true and au- j
tfiometr - aixount"of its proceedings.
There is reason, however, to doubt its
literal truth. Is it probable that either
the President, the Postmaster-General,
or the Secretary of the Navy would
have told what occurred at a secret
meeting of the Cabinet! If they did
not it is evident that we have no
trustworthy account how the game
stood when the meeting broke up.
New York Illustrated Times.
Where the Cold Waves Come
From. Meteorological observations
have now become so extended that
evidence is rapidly accumulating to en
able ns to determine positively the
source of the cold aerial waves which
sweep across our country during the
winter reason. The indications are
that we owe them to the great area of
high barometer in northeastern Siberia
where the pressure sometimes exceeds
31.50 inches, and the temperature falls
as low as 76deg. below zero. The
pole of greatest cold is in the neigh
borhood of Yokutsk, on the Lena,
where the average thermom'wtric read
ing in January of 41 deg. below zero,
and where the severest cold exceeds
by 10 deg. that experienced by explor
ers in high artic regions. This is also
the region of the highest barometric
pressure known in winter; and from it,
doubtless, proceed the waves of intense
cold which play so large a part in our
We would call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement of the
"King of the Blood," a remedy for
disorders resulting from iuipurity of
the blood, said to be, by those who
have witnessed its remarkable effects,
unequalled for the purposes mentioned.
The reputation borne by its proprie
tors, D. Hansom, Sou iCo., of rJuiliilo,
N. Y., should be ample guaranty of
their claims for this article, but, it will
be observed that they not only war
rant the genuineness of the certificates
of cures by an offered reward, but al
so, in proper case, oiler to disclose its
ingredients, thus demonstrating their
own good faith in the safety und ex.
celleuce of us composition oilers said
never before to have been made by the
proprietors of aiiy other Family Medi
cine in the world.
One hundred and fifty tons of rail
road car material for the Northern Pa
cific railroad was shipped from New
York for Portland, via Panama, on the
I Oth of the present month. It con
m sis of new running gear for passen
ger .roaches, to be used on the Pen d'
Oreille division, and will ario at
Portland about the 12th of njxt
"HOME, SWIXr UQMC"
Biscaccianti, the farnou3 singer so
well known to the early Californian,
and so intimately connected with mem
ories of the olden and golden days,
writes to us from her humble apart
ments in Rome as follows:
I am dreadfully bitter to-night; re
flecting upon a life of anxiety, disap
pointment, and tears, has rnade-me so.
I should like, morally speaking, to"
smash everything to pieces. And as I,
must let steam off in some way or oth
er, I will try to do so harmlessly, and
tell a simple little story to show how
some one of the poor "nobodies" of this
world may come up quite as truly tho
heart-pitch as do tho so-called great
and noble. Ah I how often under a
rough coat beats a manlier heart than
that which ding dongs under the welll
cut frock of some fashionable dandy.
"A man's a man for a' that." I recall
an episode during my first engagement
in San Francisco. The house that
night was crammed from pit to ceiling.
There were lovely women with flash
ing eyes, and flashing diamonds, at
tended by model beaux, ever ready to
roll their eyes, flirt, and sentimenta
lize, whether they felt it or not. Siif.
ficient unto the hour is the nonsense
thereofl But to my wee story; I had
sung many pieces in French, Spanish,
and Italian, and finally came the timo
for the dear old tune of "Home, Sweet
Home.'' I never have sung anything
in my life that I loved or felt so much;
I suppose, it is because I have always
yearned after a home, but somehow or
other I have never been able to come
across it yet R-P3" like, roaming
about the world, seeking, but never
finding. I hope, when I at last "go
away," I shall find home! So I began
"Home, Sweet Home." I do believe 1
one could have heard a pin drop, so
hushed, so silent was the house, when' 1
all aronce a sob, trjjppSKrrSoU,"T
stole over the audience like a wail of
sorrow. All eyes were turned in the
direction from which it came. A poor
miner, roughly clad, with his slouched
hat partly covering his bronzed face,
had entered the pit and, having crept
into a corner, was leaning on the back
of a seat, weeping as if his very heart
would break. Suddenly, recollecting
himself, and seemingly aware that
every one was looking at him, he rose,
and softly stealing down the aisle, left
the theatre as if, poor fellow, ashamed
of having loved the dear old home be
fore too many people. I shall never
forget the almost religious silence
which followed that song of mine. It
was more to me than the most enthusi
astic plaudits that ever rang in my
ears; for I know that there were hearts
present too full for utterance, and I
felt that night, when all was over, as
if I had done a great, a real good.
Who shall say that by my song of
"Home, Sweet Home," I had not
drawn a soul from wrong, returned a
wandering son to the leve of his dear
old mother, who was weeping for him
not knowing, through his neglect,
whether to mourn him as dead, or as
lost, only to her! May I not believe
that I, too, have had my mission of
love and charity!
slecp roil caiLiiuK.v.
There is no danger that children can
sleep too much. The old probverb,
"Who sleeps, eats," is illustrated in
those little ones who sleep most.
Wakeful children are always peevish,
irritable and lean. If they can be in
duced to sleep abundantly they aro
quite likely to become good natured
and plump. Their sleep should be as
much during the hours of darkness as
possible, and therefore it is better that
they should go to bed before sunset to
have their sleep out than to lie long
after sunriso in the morning. It is
well to let any healthful, growing
ciniu or young person sleep until he
wakes himself, and then give him
such a variety and amount of out-door
exeici.se as shall make him glad when
Western Census Supervisors
President Hayes lias appointed as
Ceasus Supervisors the fallowing:
Henry F. LuckbdorfF, for the district
of Oregon; F. Spurling, for the district
of Washington Territory; Henry G.
Langley for the first census district of
California; James R. Hardenburg, sec
ond California, Ales Dunn, third Cali
fornia; Chas. W. Dana, fourth Cali
fornia; Clinton H. Moore, for Idaho;
Crowley P. Drake, for Arizonia; Hugh
McQuade, for Montana; Abram S.
Hoyt, for New Mexico; J. B. Noill,
for Utah, Homer Merrill, for Wyoming,-Alex
Hughes for Dakota; L. C.
Cu-petitey, for Colorado; fop