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Saturday, May 14, 1881.
Land Ofilrcnt IJoM-Iinrs. Ozn.l
June 3D, ISM), J
To AU YVhem II ninj- i'ourrrni
Notlre In hereby sit en llml 1 lime lcsl;
mated thcOUXUON MATIM'X ni Ihe paper
In which I uliull hrre.-itlt-r publish nil pre
rmplloui, liomrilmit mid nppllralloii
far mining .iti-nts Tor lmiili ljlng near
Jacluemlllr, .lackton count), Oregon.
HT. BCNJUIIV, KcgMcr.
Remoiouh. Rev. M. A. Williams
Vrili preach hero to morrow at 11 a. m.
.... Sen ices here in the M. E. church
to-morrow evening by Rev. Wi T.
Chapman, Presiding Elder.
New School Books. A portion of
the school hooks adopted in this State
has been received by Wm. Hodman,
agent, and are reaily for exchange or
introduction until October 1, 1881.
For terms apply to the agent at the
Express office in Jacksonville.
A Lkctuke. Prof. L. J. Powell,
Superintendent of Public Instruction
"for Orcgtn, now on a lecturing tour
ifrfiSpgh this part of the State, will, de
liver 'a free "lecture in Jacksonville,
Monday evening May 23d. Place
vhere the lecturo will be held and'sub
.ject, to be announced-noxt week.
Hairless Foal. Win. Harper of
Rock Point precinct has a foal, only
about a week old, as innocent of hair
as if it had been scalded and bcraped,
with the exception of a few hairs on
lio upper partof the neck. This freak,
the toothed baby at Crescent City and
the three legged colt would make quite
Strawberry Festival and Bran
Pudding. The ladies of the Presby
terian Church, will give a Strawberry
Festival, etc., on Thursday evening,
hext, May 10l.li, in the basement of
the church. Proceeds for the benefit
-ViiUhe new church. A most delightful
time may be expected as koine of the
festivities will be uoxel.
A Fixe Organ. The P. C. Advo
rate ).: The giand pipe organ
weighing six ton', to be used by Taylor
Street M. E. Church, Poitlahd, ar
rived per steamer a few days ago, and
Is now being placed in position. In
quality, tone and workmanship it is
pronounced by leading orgmists of
San Francisco to be superior to any
thing on this coaht.
Obituary Notice. Died on upper
Eogu river, 3Iay 7ih, 1SS1, of cancer
in the breast, and after a very painful
and lingering illness, Mrs. Addessa
Newman, aged 50 eirs. Drwaed
Vas a n:iti e of Feims lvani.i and came
to Otegon many years ago. Sheleaes
a husband and largp family of children,
four by a fonnei husband, to mourn
lier lovs. Her remains weie brought
o' the" Jacksonville ctmc tary for inter
For the Old Home. T. L Bnck of
Willow Springs left on the south bound
Mage to day for the old home in Mis
ouii. lie goes to iwel an aged moth
er and loving kindled fiom whom he
lias been separated for twenty-six 'ears
and the meeting t. ill boa mutually
joyful one. Mr. Bock leave.! here a
host of warm friends, many of whom
assembled, a few evenings ago, at the
reiidence of Mr. John Swindon to bid
jhitn good-bye and all wish him a speedy
Rest for an old Pioneer. The
remains of II. Akhouse, tins discoverer
of Althouse creek, one of the richest
streams in Josephine county, weieaent
by express this week to his sister in
Albany for re-interment. His bones
liavo Iain for many years beside the
fctream named after him, but last win
ter the heavy Hoods washed away the
f-oil exposing the coffin, and, on learn
ing the facts, his sister Mis. J. E
Young, took steps to hae them re
moved to a quieter resting place.
Errata. Speaking of the product
iveness of the Ashland Woolen Mills
our type last week made us say, that
the factory manufactured in twehe
months 3,000 dozen blankets and 7,
500 dozen socks. It should have read,
3,000 dozen socks, and 7,500 blankets.
The tiguies1 as to the amount (in yards)
of cassimeres, doeskins, llannels, over
wear and underware, turned out in
the same period of time, wo failed to
get when we isited the establishment.
We have no doubt tho showing in that
respect would have been equally as
Model Tramp. The Yrcfca Journal
tells a good story of a tramp who pur
chased the store, ranch and other prop
erty of Bob Pitts, on the Sacramento
road for 20,000, paying down with the
nonchalence of a Gould, an 18,000
check. The wanderer then took pos
session, presented the late proprietor
with a new suit out of the stock, sold
many goods for cash and accompanied
by Mr. Pitts went to Shasta to pay the
other 82,000 but slid out from there
with a good "stake." Is there any
country in the world that can match
the California tramp?
New Grain Binder. G. Karewski
is agent lor the Deering twine binder
and is in daily expectation of the first
shipment. It is said to be the most
complete self-binder in use, simple and
easily understood, making tightly
bound sheafs of uniform size, or of any
desired size, and working admirably in
down or tangled grain. From Mr.
Karewski's long experience here he
knows just what is wanted for harvest
ing and has selected the Deering from
many others as tho most desirable of
all. He will have a large number
ready for harvest and will show all
oints of excellence to farmers calling
Fifteen yards print for 1.00 at the
New York Store.
Green peas and new potatoes io.
market in Jackson county.
Tho Boston excursion party will sail
from Portland on the 18th.
The potato crop in Del Norte county
Cab, is entirely ruined by blight.
Hon. E. B. Watson, of the Supreme
bench, will arrive at his home hero to
day. Lewis G. Ross is at present leaching
school in Chewaucan valley with good
L. S. P. Marsh, of tho Ashland Sash
it Blinds Factory, was in town on
Mrs. Geo. H. Williams and daugh
ter have arrived in Portland and will
The steamer "Hume" has made an
easy and successful landing at the
mouth of Smith river.
Sam. Culver of Phoenix is now in
Lake county, looking after his stock
interests in that section.
CajiL H. Kelly is in Polk county
taking evidence in the case of Harri
son Kelly vs. Ruble, et al.
H. St John, an old miner of this
county, left on Tuesday bound for
points north, on a pleasure trip.
SI 12,551,830 of G per cent bonds
have been received at the U. S. Treas
ury for continuance at 3J per cent.
Dr. W. L. Colvig of Rock Point was
in town on Saturday and reports overy
thing flourishing in his neighborhood.
The racs on the 26th 27th and 28th
promise to be a success and several
Yreka noros are entered as com
petitors. David Linn has just finished adding
an upper story to his residence. The
improvement sets olF the structure
The Lakeview Herald says that a
man named Simon shot and killed
Carter, his brother-m law, at Ccdarriile
on the 5th inst.
Work on tho Nevada and Oregon
rail toad is to commence at onie, and
500 to GOO men will be employed so
says tho Examiner.
Henry Villard, President of the
Oiegon Railway &, Navigation com
pany, was once n newspaper corres
pondent at Washington.
A vast amount of sheep shearing
has been going on in this county with
in the past three weeks. Mr. Townsend
is shearing his this week.
The Lakeview Herald says the gos
sips are after Elitor of the Reno Ga
zette. This is all wrong the editor
should be after the gossips.
The Mercury says that the farmers
of Linn and Lane counties have sub
scribed G0,000 bushels of wheat for the
improvement of Yaquina buy.
At the Red Men's ball last Thursday
night 58 nuiebcrs were sold, lealizing
$174. Money is not scarce when
pioplo want to enjoy a lirst-class dance.
Don't forgit the social party at the
Benedict House, Sam Taylor's, next
FrL'ay evening. It is for the beneiit
of the distiict school and will be en
joyed. The time of holding tlie Union Sun
day Schor.l, Jacksonville, has been
changed from 2:30 in the afternoon to
0:30 in the morning. All are invited
For the latest railroad news, in
which people of Southern Oiegon are
generally inteiested, the reader is
referred to an article on the outside of
The refreshing showers of Friday
and Saturday of last week did the
growing crops an immense amount of
good. Sev eral more of the same kind
Tho "City of Tokio" landed 1040
Chinese in San Fianci'-co on the 8th.
Pity she had not taken them to Bos
ton or to Brooklyn where their admir
er, Beechcr, resides.
Jamrs Herd of Poorman's creek
Steam Saw Mills, we understand, has
the contiact of furnishing the lumber
for the new fence aiound the Metho
dist church propei ty.
A. B. Meacham, Berry and Cline
hae been indicted by the U. S. Grand
Jury at Denver, as accessories and five
Ute Indians as principals, for the mur
der of A. D. Jackson.
Col. Hurlburt's railroad surreying
party are about 5 miles from Canyon
villc and four hundred feet above that
point. It now looks certain that they
will find a suitable line.
A writer in the West Shore for
April points out Jacksonville as an
eligible place to start a bank and says
it would be a blessing to the people.
Would it be to the bankerl
The Jackson county Teachers' Insti
tute will meet in Ashland on tho 2Gth,
27th and 28th of this month. Every
teacher in tho county should attend.
Prof. Powell will be present.
The work of clearing the roadway
for the Portland and Dalles II. R., con
tracted for by D. P. Thompson and J.
D. David, is going ahead rapidly, 24
miles being already completed.
The family of a man named Siddon
who died in the work house in Lan
cashire, England, have fallen heir to a
fortune of 20,000,000; the property
having been in chancery since 1857.
Mayor Thompson, of Portland, posi
tively declines re election and tho Mer
cury gives him cieditforan able watch
fullness of the city's interests and says
the tax payers would be glad to re
Hon, S. J. Day left here on Wed-'
nesday for Portland, and John A.
Boycr will leave to day for tho same
destination; both will attend the Grand
Lodge, I. O. O. F., which meets on
the 18th instant.
Farmer Penderson, on tho 30th ult ,
while splitting timber near Sandv,
Clackamas county, w as hit oa the leg
by a ring flying off a maul and cutting
an artery. He bled to death before as
sistance reached him.
Geo. King of Big Butte, who was in
town on Wednesday, reports the grain
and grass of that section looking better
than it has done at this time tor years.
Last Saturday's rain pro ed very bene
ficial to growing crops.
Frank Krause, one of the proprie
tors of the Sentinel and manager of
tho W. U. Telegraph oflico at this
place, left here on Tuesday, bound for
Portland, to attend the Grand Lodge
of the State, I. O. O. F.
Last Saturday Sheriff Bybee sold a
lot of furniture, dental fixtures, etc.,
the property of Dr. C. II. Cox, to sat
isfy creditors. Nearly enough was
realized to pay out. The mui.li mar
ried man was "non est."
The brewery property belonging to
the estate of Joseph Wetterer, deceas
ed, sold at Sheriti's sale last Saturday
was knocked down at $1,180, Joseph
Sage, of Albany, father of widow Wet
terer, being the purchaser.
Wo regret to say tint the family of
I aac Dobell will leave for Kansas in a
couple of weeks, w hero he is now Io
cated. Mr. D. Ims purchased a quan
tity of laud in that State and will
make it his home for some time.
The Del Norte Record is responsi
ble for the statement that a new boy
baby made its appearance in Crescent
City, last weok, having live teeth.
This is an age of cuiiosities and we can
stand him oil with a three legged colt.
The Smith river folks are moving in
the matter of a wagon roid io Wa'do,
a number of persons having been look
ing out a route which will bo an im
provement on the old road. Theio
will be twenty two miles of now road
The held insciiption, "United States
Hotel," on Dolt's large corner biick
building fronting California Street,
vv as painted by J. IT. Hyzer. Stran
gers coming to town need not now ex
perience any trouble finding tho Mad
The Lakeview Examiner insinuates
that the Bonanza vigilantes have
among their ranks some of the worst
thieves in Like county, and the vigi
lantes pass lesolutions not to support
the Examiner. The insinuation evi
The grain prospect in Jackson coun
ty is not moie than fair at present
some of it aheaoy beginning to head
out vvhilo only about six inches high
On the heavy adobe land wheat and
oats look well but on gravelly soil tl.o
crop will bj. light.
G. K-irewski returned from his eist
ern trip on Sunday after an absence of
ver two months. He returned to
an Frai.cisi.o by wayof the Southern
P.tcihV rail toad and says it is by far
the most plcis-aut and dcsiiablc toutc
of trav el ov erland.
Henry York, one of the old settlers
on lower Applegate, was in town on
Saturday and e.vpiessed his intention
to take a trip east during the summer.
.Mr. York is in poor health and hopes
chat a change of scene and climate mav
be beneficial to him.
The Oregonian, having charged G.
A. Steel, former Postal Agent, with
knowing all about the Star route
fiiuuls, that gentleman quietly "sits
down" on its editor, who retracts with
an ill grace and permits a little more
of the Mitchell rabies to ooze out.
Some sneaks visited tho cellar of Dr.
Aiken last week and stole a quantity
of eggs, butter and seveial bottles of
very choiue old port wine, kept for
medicinal purposes. If the thieves
want a first class blow out they will go
auain as tho rest of the wine is croton
Wheat is from $2.20 to 2.30 at
Liverpool per cental. That is, it costs
from 50 cents to GO cents to carry it
from any part of the United States to
England, whereas 30 cents would be
enough. Grain producers of the West
pray for a reduction of freight on bread
Wm. Knox, who was arrested last
week for assault with a deadly weapon
having presented a shotgun at H. B.
Blaek, was examined before Justice
Ilufl'er and discharged, it appearing
that he was only defending piopcrty
that he was in possession of. The ex
pense to tho county in witness fees
Our trans-Atlantic cousins are great
ly exercised ut the discovery of trichina
in pork imported from this country. It
seems no ordinary amount of cooking
kills trichina. Tests show that in
boiled hams the heat does not penn
trate into tho flesh far enough to kill
the parasites. So beware of "biled
ham" and never eat it raw.
A letter from the late editor of the
Star referring to the course of District
Attorney Hamlin in the canyon road
case appears in the Mercury. If Mr.
Baker is entitled to credence an ex
planation is due frojn Mr. Hamilton,
and to say, when Raker was editor,
that he could possibly lie would have
been rank blasphemy does he lie now
The saloon, wo mentioned last week
as in the building where the count'
poor are kept, is partitioned oil' and is
only to dispense wine, beer and other
non-intoxicants. It will not interfere
with the county poor at all, nfc least
so the contractor informs us. The
editor of the Times can now take a
deso of soothing syrup or a little vermifuge.
Mr. Matt Dillon aftd family will
leave on Monday's sfage for Philadel
phia, -vv here they intend to reside
hereafter. Matt takes .w ith him the
kind wishes of many friends, made by
his genial qualities and warm heart,
who will always be glad to hear of his
prosperity. He is accompanied by
James Hart who will remain for a
while in California.
The three robbers who plundered a
store at Turner's station in Marion
county, and fought tho Deputy Shcr
iffs posse so desperately, were pur
sued by ten of the Capitol guards la-t
week but making better time than the
pursuer reached South Salem first
drank a quart of lager and then took
the brush again. It is unknown when
the guards will open the campaigu
The Tidings contains a grand des
cription of the marriage of our friend
Sites Worden, of Linkville, and Miss
Kate Allred. Over sixty guests wcie
present including Col. S. G. Whipple
and the other officers of the Post, the
ceremony taking place at the residence
of Capt. Ferree. Sikes is a brick of
no common clay and wc hope his voy
age on the unknown sea vv ill be pros
perous. Miss Charlotte O'Brien, daughter of
Smith O'Brien writes to the Pall Mall
Gazette, a sicketiugjkUer,describin;
the horrors of an emigrant steamer.
She says she has seen 1,750 living
souls packed like sardines in a box and
tho dVcription equals that of the
' niddle passage ' in the p-iluiy dn s of
the Afiican slave trade. is it any
wonder that there is i popular outcry
The programme, for the closing exer
cisps of Ashland College will be as fol
ows: Examination of classes, Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday, May
23d, 24th and 23th; Annual Sermon,
Sunday, May 22d; Annual Lecture
and Literary exercises, Monday even
ing, May 23d; Musical Entertainment,
l'ueiday evening, May 24th; Anniver
sar' and Giaduatiug exercues,
Wednesday evening, May 25th,
Gen. R. Y. Ankeny( government
swampland adjuster passed through
tow h on Sunday on his way to the
south eastern part of the Jtatc. He
was accompanied) Charles Whittaker,
who represents thei State of Oregon
and both will proceed to Warner, Har
ney and Malheur lakes where they
will exaiiiino all swamp land claims
and return here during the summer by
way of Summer lake and Sicun va'lev.
The Tidings snys that tho bridge
under const! uoiion at that place is to
be widened to 21 feet giving t vo tracks
of aniplo width, a contract having
been let by tho Board of Trustees to
complete, the found-it ions at G50.
The Tidings endors s the move which
is a most sensible one. It i reported
hit our townsman C. C. Beekui.in,
himself a comptent mechanic, lent
the weight of his judgment in favor
of the additional width.
Miss M-iry E. T31, a teacher in
Harrison Stieot scho)l, Portland, re
cives the handsome amount of$2.,030
by the will o: the lute Cipt. L L. Wil
liams of Rcs"burpj. Hor father and
mother, and two sisters hive also been
willed 1,000 each. The parents of
.Miss Tist, and sho heisclf, were very
kind to Cape. Williams during a long
and severe illness caused by wounds re
ceived from Indians, and he-remembers
their friendship accordingly.
The music of brass instruments,
plaed by such experts as those of the
Ashland band, (with Kentnor as lead
er), is suiely the moit delightful ever
discoursed to mortal ears. Stealing
softly upon our half roused senses,
v hen the sereuaders come, it charms
liko strains from pirads If that
scrneado was intended for the Senti
nel's ad-interim, during his recent so
journ at Ashland, lie desires to make
his bow: if not, some one ehe will.
The following, from the Albany
Herald needs no comment, and that
paper speaks tiuly when it calls thii
sight a temperance lecturo: "One of
the saddest sights we have ever wit
nessed occuired on tho stieets of this '
city ono day last week. A young boy
14 or 15 years of age was taken to the
city jail in a state of beastly intoxica
tion. The Marshal was compelled to
literally drag him along. Such tem
perance lectures as this ought to be
impressive enough to do some good,
and it seems as if some move should be
taken to prevent such thing."
Tho Albany Drmocrat says: "Wc
received this week fiom a coi respon
dent at Salem one , of tho new postal
notes, believed to bo the firrt one re
ceived through-thii office. It is neatly
gotten up, is about the size of an or
dinary sheet of note' paper, and is ar
ian,ed so as to form an envelope. -The
edges are perforated and coated w ith
mucilage, and when the message is
written it is folded and stuck together
and when received easily opened. It
is quite convenient audsaves tho ex
pense of an envelope for short lotters.
We have not learned the price at which
tho government proposes to furnish
The Rocburg Plaindealer siys: As
Joe Clough was coming down Rol o'ts'
hill Saturday, one of his wheel horses
stepped into a hole that should have
been filled up long ago, got his foot
fast, w hich threw him, and before the
team could be stopped the wagon ran
upon the horses back crippling him so
that he has not been used since. Is it
not about time there was being some
w ork done on the roads It is not a
matter of necessity, but of choice, that
any Southern Oregon freight comes this
way, and if our roads aro not properly
attended to these people out south will
find some other way of getting their
goods, which would make a great deal
of difference to our merchants and our
A handsome piece of gold worth 24
was taken from the claim of Carr Bros,
on Foot's creek recently.
Wintjen & Helms have on exhibi
tion the handsome piece of quartz
taken from tho Roten ledge.
T. L. Beck has two hands bottoming
up on his rich chim in tho Willow
Springs district. Cleaning Up will oc
cupy several weeki.
Richard Cock is engaged on the
Davenport lcdj,e up Jackson creek and
is taking out somo very fine look
ing quartz but no assay has yet been
The English and IE up Gravel com
panies are now engaged in cleaning
bed rock, having discontinued piping.
The cleaning up process will take fully
We were shown a piece of solid
gold weighing 56 that was taken out
of a claim on Galice creek last week.
It was a beautiful nugget entirely free
IT. F. Seybert is still at work on his
ditch on up; er Littlo Applegate. Ho
finds a icry flattering prospect on the
divide between Little Applegate and
Messrs. Lince, Dufiield it Co. took
out of their rich claim a nugirot weigh
ing 51. It was nearly the shape of an
erg and might have been laid by
-iE-top'a famous goose.
Three nuggets of gold weighing 24,
S1G and 12 were lately taken from
the claim of Keatnn it Klippel on
Poorman's creek. The aggregite j ield
was most satisfactory.
The Grren Bros, of Galice creek
have at hist completed thpir tunnel,
striking their ledge (Sugir Pine) at a
depth of 140 feet and finding their
quartz richer than ever.
Willis Ilaj1: has piped off about one
half acre of dirt sixty feet in depth in
the Rogue river district but a heavy
slide coniint: in just as the water was
failing prevents n full clean up.
A pump is Io be put in at the Bui:
dall &. Cunningham vein in the BlacU
wcll district during the summer, the
water interfering very much with the
work of sinking. Several hundred
dollars have been taken out lately with
a baud mortar.
Wm. Bybee has gone to Josephine
county to contract with s gmg of
Chinese to dig the extension of his
ditch, four miles in length during tho
summer. It will tap tho main Illinois
river and will furnish continual water
for his rich ground.
The elder Orme, of Foot's creek, has
just returned fiom Tombstone, A. T.
He lepons rock taken from tliu ledge,
owned by his son on Foot's creek, as
assaying 31 It in silver ami $2G in
old to the ton. Alex Orme will be
back fiom Arizona in July and com
mence .work on tl.e ledge.
Dnvelipments are still going on in
the Roten ledge Ltely dicovered on
Kane cieek, in the Willow Springs
district. About 000 was taken out
'list week with a small arastra and a
piece of quartz, weighing twenty five
pounds, taken from next to the casing
of the ledge is almost jcllow with fine
TvvELrrn or May Celebration.
The anniversary of St. .Tammany was
duly celebrated by the Pocahontas
Ti il.o of Improved Order of Red Men
and their families, and a few invited
pale faces. The intellectual exercises
commenced at 2:30 p. M. and were con
ducted according to programme at their
Grand Wigwam in the Oith block.
The Worthy Saclum intioduced 1st
SimiRp Autenrieth as the first speaker,
who extolled the virtues of Tammany,
the lllustiiotis patron saint of their no
ble order; Wanior Cimborsky made
tho short talk, in the course of which
he drew forth a magnificent and costly
regalia, which he presented to past
Sachem, II. If. Ilanna, who was
taken completed by surpriso at
this uniooked for token of friendship
on the part of his brethren. Next,
was a short talk by Brother Bildvvin,
a visiting Red Man of Klamath tribe
No. S of Linkville. The intellectual
portion of t'le'-ntertainment was heigh
tened by tho superb solo singing of
Mrs. Feathers- Her cultivated voice
and unembarrassed appearance, demon
strated that she is entirely familiar
with duties of this kind. Prof. Scott's
string band, assisted by Adam Schmidt
ind Frank Folk, enlivened tho enter
tainment by several soul sterling
pieces. The quartet, consisting of the
Misses Linn and Miller, R. II. Klip,
pel nnd Sol Wise, furnished a number
of excellent pieces. The afternoon ex
exerci'ses wound up by a bountiful col
lation of tho good things of this world
for the "inner man." And all preent
did ample justice to them, including
"ye local" of the Sentinel.
On Wednesday morning at 1 o'clock
L. F. Allen, of Josephine county, died
after a lingering illness of several
months. Mr. Allen was long a resi
dent of that county and known as a
worthy citizen, lie was a veteran of
the Mexican war, and for many years
suffered from a wound leceived in the
service of his country. His remains
were taken to Williamsburg on Thurs
day for interment.
Tun Champion. Mrs. Ben. Hay
mond of Rock Point is the champion
fisher for this season. On Thursday
evening she hooked a tine salmon trout
weighing six poun Is while fishing in
Rogue river and landed it safely after
a hard struggle of nearly an hour. It
is said that the lady wis considerably
excited for fear of losing it and maybe
considerably proud of her skill.
Men's white shirts open back or
front at the New York Stoie for 1.00
t'ucciu mm: or toe Tiutiir-KS- i.vsti
ii i :.
TO BE IIELD AT ASHLAND THURSDAY,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, itAY 26th,
27th and 28th, 188L
rirs! Day, JIaj SRHi.
Method of Teaching Primafj Reading
John E. Potter.
Best School Agp Prof. L. L. Rogers.
Spelling, Best Methods W. E', Dean.
Recess and the Play Ground.
Grammar; Classifications of L&tfcrs
and Words C. B. Fitzserald.
Arithmetic; Common Fractions Wm.
Geography for Beginners Miss Maggie
Map Drawing Mrs. L. L Rogers.
Essay Mis Ireno Wrishy.
Four Short Sch'ool Rules.
LcHire Prof. Ladru-Royal.
Strond Cnj, May sSIIi.
Drawing in the Public Schools Prof.
Reading: Qualities of the Yoice-r-Mrs.
L. L. Rogers.
Arithmetic; Decimal Fractions G. A.
Grammar; Gender; Nimher and Case
Miss Maria Merriman.
llovr to prevent Wliispnring.
History L. R. Webster.
Common School Branches W. A.
Geography; Ten Comprehensive Ques
tions Prof. L. L. Rogers.
Truthfulness and Obedience in School
Essay Miss Lou Willitc.
Geography; Causes of Day and Night
and the Seasons Pi of. L. Royal.
Lecture linn, L, J. Powell,
Tlilrd In, Xn) 33th.
Penmanship W. II. Parker.
Teachers' Wa!es Chti'. Prim.
Tho School Laws of Oregon J.
Mental Arithmetic J. N. Hall.
Readinj; Variety of Style Sirs,
Drill in Consonant Sounds Hon. L.
Rhetorical Exercises W. H. Leeds.
Physiology and Hyirieno in Public
Schools Prof. L. Royal.
Arithmetic; Percentage and its Appli
cation Levi Willits.
Discipline; Best Methods of preserving
Mnic in our Common Schooh J. Q.
Essay .Mrs. L. R. Webster.
Lecture; Use and Misuse Prof.
Champion's Pionici Tho Cham
pions of Honor of Wagner creek lodge
will hold their anniversary picnic next
Wednesday, May 18th. Tho follow
ing programme has been agreed upon:
Members of the order will assemble
at their hall at 9 o'clock, A. M., when
the Marshall will place them in the
following order: Marshal and aids;
band; 3d degree members; 2d degree
members; 1st degree members;, upon
arrivin;; on the ground the following
exercises will take place: Singing by
tho choir; prayer by Jesse Adams;
poem by John Adams; Music by the
band; oration by I. Richardson;
Short adderesses by G. n. Lvnch, E
K. Anderson and G. A. Hubbell.
Dinner. Athletic sport; running jump
ing sack, v-heolborrow races, etc;
Music by the band; Singing by the
Sudden Death. Wo are sorry to
net's the death of Mrs. M. J. Helman,
wife of A. D. Helman, P. M. at Ash
land, which occurred on Thursday
night. Mr. Helman had started on
Wednesday for Portland to attend the
Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., but was over
taken by a messenger, his wife hiving
been taken with a conjestivo chill soon
after his .departure. All efforts were
unavailing and on Thursday night sho
passed away. Tho family have the
public .sympathy in their sudden be
reavement. Auction Sale. J. A. Canlwell
will sell several of his second hand
liver rigs, in good order, at auction
during the Spring races. Reasonable
time will be given on notes with ap
proved security. Anybody olse having
stock, wagons, etc., they A-ish to dis
pose of at public sale, will also be ac
commodated. For Sale Cheap. A good spin of
horses and harnesi", aud a good plat
form spring wagon can bo bought
cheap for cash by calling upon Rev. D.
A. Crowell at the M. E. parsonage in
HANNA BRENTANO At the
residence of Mr. John Tupper on
May 11th, 1881, by Elder Martin
Peterson, Hon. 11. K. Ilanna to
Mrs. Helena Brentano; all of this
LAMB In Ashland, May 5, 1881,
to tho wife of Archibald Lamb, a
WHETSTONE On May 9th, 1881,
Annie, infant daughter of David
Whetstone, aged six months.
H. L. MURTCHSf
Forwarding nnd Commis--sion
All business entrusted to my care will
receive prompt attention. The shipment
of wool, hides, tloiir etc., made spscialty,
nd satisfaction guaranteed.
Jtadame Holt, proprietress of tho U. S.
Hotel. Jacksonville, respectfully invites
public attention in gent-mf to the fact that
she keeps a Xff. I house in every particu
lar tirst-e lass tables and led rooms and all
accommodations to mnk the hotel the
most suptrior ono in Southern Oregon.
Madame Holt lias adopted the lowest
scsle of prices,, so as to enable her num
erous fiit mis mi the Paciilc Coist to share
her comforts and pleasure.
Tho followiDsr mice list his been adoou
r.d: First-cl&sj bedroom, with first-chfs
table (or single person) $'J CO ptr day;.
Single bod room, with excellent table, (for
sinsle person) St CO per div: one cWVl
mini, superior to any that can be had In
town, MJc.; llncst lunch, at any time, (nay
orniht) 25c, cip of coffee, with ex
cellent bread and butter, at any time, (day
or ni;lit) I2 x MADA3IK HOLT,
Jacksonville, May It, 1881.
rsrgr'Jf:-aw.v., .-'" vy.jatfi
sslrayz Curoa ani never dtsAjj"
point. Tho word's groat Pala
Ksllovcr for ?.Tni aad Beast.
Ci?.-, qiiioli and reliable
lis to -vs-A.I..feriJt'iij;jVvM
Lj not Narcotic. Children
grow iht upon., Mothers like,
nad Physicians recommend
Bowels, cures AVind Colic,
allays Fcrcrishncse, aad de-'
i At.v. g'.vr" .'"-n. -jt, - n f i Ml
T7SI 33C HETnr.'S CA
TARRH Cure, a Constitutional
Actldoto Tor thin terriblo mala
dy, ty Absorption. Tlio most
Important Discovery sinco Vac
cination. Other romedlos m&7
roliovo Catarrh, tii cores nt
any stogo Tjcioro Consumption
Farmers Take Notice!
Having Received the Agency
D. M. Osbcrae &. Co.s
I AM prcpireil to furnish the same at tho
following prices for cash at Jackson
ville: No. 3 Rear cut Slower tl5
" 2 Front cut Mower 11 5
" G Combind Reaper and ilowcr.. 2'J3
" 9 Self Binder, much foot cut, binds
with twine or wire ... IVSO
All orders left with Stephen Booth, of
Jacksonville, or 12. Emery, of Eagle Point
will receive prompt attention.
15. V. RKESER,
Aslilund Oregon, April 30, 1881.
FISHER & COHN
AH of our goods mut be sold at onro
and we mean just what wc say. Call and
examine our price.
The Hopkins Saw-miil
Has been fitted up in tfrtl-cl.iss ordw
and tha lessees are prepared to furnish all
kinds of lumber on the shortest notice.
All kind of lumber sold as cheap as the
cheapest and all orders tilled promptly.
THOSE knowing themselves indebted
to the tirm of Fisher & Colin, eilhor
by note or book account, are hereby re
quested to settle by Slay 13, 1881, as tho
Dnii is about tn dissolve and the books
must be squared. A prompt response will
save ccts, as this will postticcly bo the last
call. No foolishness now.
Jacksonville. May 7, 188.
Fine white lace 3 cts. a yard at the
New York Store.
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