Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1858-1888, August 06, 1881, Image 4

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Imw of N'o'wapapors.
- Subscribers who da not glT txprto notice ta
b eostnrjr, art considered u wishing t continue
kJr.,sbscrlptions.
J? If aiy subscribers order the dlsconthrasnee o
Skttr newspapers, the pnbllsher may continue t
them until all arrearages are paid.
2. If subscribers neglector refuse to take their
nevtpapere from the offices to which thej are di
oted, tbeltw holdi them responsible until the;
sure settled the bills, and ordered them dlscontf nned.
4'. If subscribers remore to other places without
ttfarmlng the publisher, and the newspapers are sent
o the farmer direction, they are held responsible.
S. The Courts hare decided that refilling to take
newspapers from this office, or remorlng and tear
Ins them uncalled for, Is prima fade eridence of In
tentional fraud.
61 The postmaster who neglects to give legal no
tce'of the neglect of a person to take from the office
js newspaper addressed to him, Is liable to the pub
ahsr for the subscription price.
TTEKE JKFFERSOX AND FBi..lKLI. IFI
Dcur
Dr. J. P. Newman recently before a
large Brooklyn audience asks the
above question, and quotes the follow
ing autograph letter in proof of Jeffer
son's religions sentiments. It was ad
dressed to a lad who had been named
after the immortal sage of Mouticello,
and therein is advice worthy of a
prophet:
Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Jeffer
son Grotjan: Your affectionate moth
er requests that 1 would address to you
as a namesake something which might
have a favorable influence on the
course of Jife you have to run. Few
words are necessary, with good dispo
sitions on your part. Adore God, rev
erence and cherish your parents, love
your neighbor as yourself, and your
country more than life. Be just, be
true, murmur not at the ways of Prov
idence; and the life into which you
have entered will be the passage
to one of eternal and ineffable bliss.
And if to the dead it is permitted to
care for the things of this world, every
action of your life will be under my re
gard. Farewell.
Monticello, Jan -10, 1824.
It was in the Constitutional Conven
tion of 1787 that Franklin introduced
a motion for daily prayers, and in fa
vor of his motion thus eloquently
spoke:
In the beginning of the contest with
Britain, when we were sensible of dan
ger, we had daily prayers in this rcom
for the Divine protection. Our pray
ers, sir, were heard; and they were gra
ciously answered. All of us who were
engaged in the struggle must have ob
served frequent instances of a superin
tending providence in our favor. To
that kind Providence wo owe this hap
py opportunity in peace of the means
of establishing our future National
felicity. And have we now forgotten
that 'powerful Friend, or do we imagine
we no longer need his assistance? I
have lived, sir, a long time, and the
longer I live the more convincing
proofs I see of this truth, that God
governs the affairs of man. And if a
sparrowcannotfall to theground without
his notice, is it probable that an empire
can rise without his aid? We have
been assured, sir, in the sacred writings,
that "except the Lord build the house,
they labor in vain that build it" I
firmly believe that without his concur
ring aid we shall succeed in this politi
cal building no better than the builders
of Babel. We shall be divided by our
little, partial, local interests; our pro
jects will be confounded, and we our
selves shall become a reproach and a
by-word down to future ages. And,
what is more, mankind may hereafter,
from this unfortunate instance, despair
of establishing government of human
wisdom, and leave it to chance, war,
end conquest. I, therefore, beg leave
to move that hereafter prayers, implor
ing the assistance of Heaven and its
blessings on our deliberations, be held
in this assembly every morning before
we proceed to business, and one or
more of the clergy of this city be re
quested to officiate in that service.
Sf. r. R. It. Lnml Sales.
The Tacoma Ledger says: Mr. J.
H. Bfougton, Land Agent of the N. P.
Pu R, Co. for the Pen d'Oreille, Cas
cade and Pacific divisions, states the
amount of sales for the month of May,
1881, on the first named division, at
$59,998.06 against $12,034.05 for the
corresponding period of last year.
These figures show the rapid increase
of settlement in Eastern Washington.
Sales on the Pen d'Oreille division be
gan November 16th, 1879, and up to
the 20th of May had reached an ag
gregate of 5731,323.95. The means
for building this division were provid
ed independently of and long prior to
the syndicate loan of forty millions.
A mortgage was created providing for
the issuance of construction bonds to
th amount of $4,500,000. receivable
at par in payment for the lands.
About $500,000 of these bonds have
been received in payment for lands
and retired, and the residue of this por
tion of the grant amounts to about
5;000,000 acres. It is estimated that
fully one-half of the remainder can
readily be sold within the next five
years for 2.60 per acre, and that the en
tire grant of this division will realize
about $9,000,000. Of the lands on
the Pacific division more have been sold
during May of this year than in any
month for three years past chiefly to
settlcis along the Cowlitz river in
Lewis and Cowlitz counties.
The recent fires on Dr. Glenn's ranch
in Colusa county, California, burned
over four miles and destroyed 3,000
acres of grain, four miles of fence, six
head of mules, one header and eighteen
Tragons. It was started by some small
boys who kindled a fire in an old stove
that stood outside of an unoccupied
cabin.
Tht Arizona Floods.
A Tucson, (A.. T.) dispatch of July
28th says: This is the fifth day since
we had a mail from the east, and three
days since we had a mail from Califor
nia. Two hundred miles of the Atch
ison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad
along the Bio Grande is more or less
washed out, while the Southern Pacific
has washouts from 1 Paso to Yuma,
covering about 500 miles of the road
bed. The roadbed of the Southern
Pacific was substantially built, but
they made the mistake of setting
surface trestle-work in many places
where it should have been substantial
ly piled. This they are now doing as
rapidly as possible, so that in another
season they will be better prepared to
withstand Arizona floods, which aro
more powerful and destructive than
the floods in almost any other country.
The soil is peculiar. Water will only
penetrate it to a slight depth, conse
quently nearly all the rain that falls
at once finds its way into the ravines
and gulches and soon gathers an im
mense volume of water which carries
everything before it. It is diffiult to
determine whether the advantages
from rain will equal the damage done.
. -
It now transpires that Guiteau, the
would-be-assassin, was, about twelve
years ago, a member of the Bible class
of Plymouth church, and his photo
graph was hanging on the wall with
those of his former class-mates. The
teacher of the class says Guiteau once
borrowed seven dollars of him by tell
ing him a lie. When it was learned
that he had shot the President, the pict
ure was at once removed from the
group. Mr. Beecher in his sermons
on the assassination the last two Sun
days, did'nt say anything about this.
Perhaps he didn't know it; and perhaps
be thinks Plymouth church has enough
to answer for, without letting it be
known that the greatest criminal of the
century imbibed a portion of his relig
ious teachings at that shrine.
A St. Louis telegram of July 26th
says, that Gov. Crittenden in coversa
tion with a reporter regarding the
death of Judge Clifford of the supreme
bench, stated that sometime ago when
he (Crittenden) was in Washington,
Judge Clifford told him that he
had prepared a complete and de
tailed history of the proceedings of
the electoral commission of which he
was a member, and that it would be
published after his death, unless his
wife (who was custodian of the manu
script) should otherwise decide, and
that its publication would create a sen
sation. Let us have itl
A party of soldiers from Fort Klam
ath who made an effort to go up to
Crater Lake late in June, we learn,
turned back without accomplishing
their object, the snow in the approaches
of the lake being too deep and soft.
Tourists desiring to visit Crater Lake
now need have no fears. They can
reach the mke.YJthpcrfect Safety, as
the snow is now nearly all melted.
Secretary Kirkwood has decided
that pensioners who have been inmates
of soldiers' homes, and who leave these
institutions without the consent of the
managers, are entitled to their pensions
directly. He holds that if the care of
soldiers' homes is not given to or is
repudiated by the soldier, the soldier,
and not the institution, is entited to
the pension.
SELLING OUT
-M"t C?0!5"t;9 a.
BRECKENFELD'S !
AND
NO HUMBUG.
The undersigned is now selling off, at
cost, to close out business, his complete
anu urswujiss assortment ot Uent's Furn
ishing Goods, such as Hats, Shirts, Under
wear, ttc; best hrnnil of niiriira nnil TVi
bacco, Pipes, Notions, Fancy Goods, Glass
ware. Croe.kerr. Mnsim! Tnstntmpnts nird
Cage, Stationery, Pocket and Table Cut-
lnr A llintnii fPrti.n -.,.I V..i- a
Give ine a call and see for yourselves.
F. BREC'KENFELD.
JACKSONVILLE HOTEL
ryan's building cal., st.,
A. D. MANION, Prop.
Hiving purchased this house of Mr.
Birkhead we intend to try to run it on the
same plan, furnishing the table with the
best the market affords. Ho China cook,
but white labor exclusively.
MEALS ONLY 33 CTS.
All arc invited cordially to come and try
our fare. A. 1). MANION.
SETTLE UP.
A.11 persons knowing themselves in-
acutea to tuc unaersignea in any manner
are hereby notified to call and settle at
once. This is positively the last call, for I
mean business. An immediate reponse
will save costs. JOS. SOLOMON.
, Jacksonville, June SO, 1881.
Miss Ella 31. Scott,
Teacher of Music.
INSTRUCTION GIVEN
ON THE
FIAWO FORTE, ORGAN
AND
MELODEON.
In Notation, Formation and Cultivation
of the Voice; Solo Singing. English and
Italian; Singing at Siht; Part Singing;
Dramatic Action in Singing; Ensemble
Playing; Harmony, Counterpoint, and
Fugue; Musical Theory; Normal In
struction; Church Music; Orotario and
Chorus Practice
In the study of the Piano, pupils are re
quired to pursue the most modern system
ol technical training. Great care is taken
to train pupils in correctness of manual
position and movement; the different
kinds of touch, rapidity and clearness in
the execution of all the scales, the ar
peggios of the common chords, the chords
of the seventh, etc. Lcbert & Stark's
"Piano School," four books, will be used
principally in the 1st and 2nd grades, to-
rrllinr witli Kplwlinnft from (?lpmpnti
Kxause. Schumann and Mendelssohn,
which with selections from Kohler,Bertini,
Heller. Loeschhom. Flaiuv. LzcrE'
Havdn.Moscheles, Eschmann, Mozart, and
others are made the basis of instruction in
the third grade.
Organ pvpils will be required to use
Kink's "Organ School," first five books,
Buck's "Studies in Pedal Phrasing," "The
Organist," by Southard & Whiting. Par
ticular attention is given:
1. To a systematic study of obligato
playing.
2. To a knowledge of harmony and
counterpoint.
3. To the art or accompanying.
4. To the art of improvising.
5. To concert music with special refer
ence to the works of Sebastian Bach and
Mendelssohn.
Harmony and Composition.
Classes will be formed for those who
wish to give special attention to their study,
and also for the higher branches of musical
theory, counterpoint, fugue, form and in
strumentation. Course or Study in Theory.
This embraces Accoustics. the Tone
System, Rhythm and Tempo, Melody, The
matic treatment, Musical Form, together
with the principles unacrlying the mean
ing and interpretation of Music.
Thb Voice.
Instruction in this department includes
the study of the union of the registers;
study of the physiology of the vowels and
consonants; btudy of solfeggio and the ap
plication ot woras to music; exercises lor
obtaining agility and flexibility of the
voice. Thorough cxcicises in the scales,
study of the movements and embellish
ments suitable to the different styles of
singing. Study of dramatic expression
and development of the voire; study of
English, German and Italian songs.
NEW SADDLEE SHOP,
Jacksonville, Ogn.
Thomas J. Kenney, Prop.
HAVING OPENED OUT A NEW
saddler shop in Langcll's building,
opposite Masonic Hall, I am fully pre
pared to do any work in my line with
promptness and dispatch. Will keep on
hand a good assortment of saddles, bridles,
harness, bus, spurs, etc. None but the
best California leather used. Job woru u
specialty and prices to suit the times.
CSTGivc mc a trial.
T. J. KENNEY.
Jacksonville, July 16, 1881.
Notice.
Land Of icn at Roseburo, Oas., )
July 8, 1881. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make nnal proot in suppoil ol
his claim, and secure tinal entry thereof on
Saturday, Aug. 20. 1881. before the County
Judge or Clerk of Jackson county, Ore
gon, viz: James Lioomis, Homestead Ap
plication, No. 2,752 for the S ol'NW
if, and Lots No. 0 and 7, Sec. 24, T 30 S R
4 W, and names the following as his wit
nisses, viz: C. E. Miller, B F. Miiler, Ben
Haymond of Rock Point, and Thomas
iiaymonu 01 wooavilie, all ot Jackson
county, Oregon.
wii, F. BuxjAMiJf, Register.
Notice.
Land Office at Roseburo, Ogn., )
June 27, 1881. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settle has filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of
111s claim, ana secure nnal entry thereof on
Saturday, August 0. 1881, before the Judge
or Clerk of Josephine county, at Kerby
villc, viz: Joseph W.York, Homestead Ap
plication, No. 2,442 for the W of N W
Jf , lot and 3 Sec. 1 and N E if , ot N E ,
cic , 1 00 o jv o , wiuunieuc men
dian, and names the following as his wit
nesses, viz: H. York, II. Jones, K. Henks
and J. w. Uilmore, all of Applegate,Jose-
puinc county, urcgon.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the co-partnership heretofore existing
between A. Fisher and S. Cohn, is hereby
dissolved by mutual consent, A. Fisher re
tiring. All accounts against the late firm
will be settled by S. Cohn to whom all ac
counts due the firm must also be paid.
The business will be continued by the un
dersigned, who thankful for past patron
age, solicits a continuance ot tlie same.
8. COHN.
Jacksonville, June 18, 1881.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
The copartnership heretofore existing
between John Noland and Jas. P. Mc
Danicl, under the firm name of Noland &
McDaniel, is hereby dissolved by mutual
consent, the former retiring. Tho busi
will be continued by McDaniel & Co., to
whom all accounts with the rld firm must
be paid at once, and who will also settle
all indebtedness against the same.
JOHN NOLAND,
J. P. JIcDANIEL,
Jacksonville, June 22, 1881.
NOTICE.
The undersigned hereby gives notice
that he will at the proper time petition
His Excellency, W. W. Thay r, Governor
ot Oregon, for the pardon 0fJ.1s.Hart sent
10 iue jrenuenuary rrom Si.Ker county
sometime since. E . MAN VILLE.
Dated June 10th, 1881.
IMMENSE QUANTITIES
OF
NliW GOODS
ARRIVING DAILY
AT
N". FISHERS,
Comprising a tull line of
General Merchandise,
The Finest Assortment ot
LADIES DRESS GOODS
FANCY GOODS,
HATS, ETC., ETC;
Ever Brought to this City;
SL-
LATEST STYLES AND
PATTERNS
AND VILL BE SOLD AT
PRICES
NEVER TTEARD OF.
NEWMAN5, FISHER,
J.icksonville, Oregon.
TRAVELERS,
no FOR THE
CENTENNIAL BRIDGE !
The public is hereby notified that a good
supply of the best baled hay, barley, oats
ana country produce, as aiso superior io
bacco, cigars, liquors, etc, arc always kept
at the well-known CENTENNIAL
BRIDGE, two miles cast of Rock Point,
on the O. & C. Stage Raul, at reasonable
prices. Free stabling furnUhed. Mr. P.
Emise will wait on customers and span
no pains for their accommodations. S.-iti
faction guaranteed.
CLook out for cappers at (he loner
bridge. THUS. CH AVNER.
Dardanelles, April 9, 1881.
Mining .Application.
TT 1 Tnitfrrrrr Vrrrrrnr "rt
M May 2G. 1881. f
Notice issrcrcby Riven that George
Yaudcs, Ytlmsc pot ofllce address is Sltrl
ingville. Jackson county, Oregon, has this
day applied for n pitent for placer mining
p-romid situatud in Stt-rlinmllo minim;
district, County of Jackson, State of Ore
gon, and designated as the S E 1-4 of N E
1-lofNWl-i of Sec. 4 in Township 3'J
S, of R 2 wesl of W llametlc Meridian of
the United Slates survey, and containing
ten acres.
The location of this mine is recorded in
volume 9pagu2S0 of died recouls in
Jackson county. Oregon. Any and nil
persons claiming adversely any portion of
Ktiu ucaru iiiuutrs, mine ur aunatc
ground, are required to file their adverse
claims with the Register of the United
lates Lind Ollice. at l.'oscburg, Douglas
county, Oregon, during the sixty days
publication hereof or they will Iks barred
by virtue ot tlie provisions ol the statute.
Wm. F. Bknjamin, Register.
S, P. HAMA,
WAGON-MAKER,
Jacksonville, Oiegon,
TN CRONEMILLER'S BUILDING IS IN
X receipt of a full ncortmeiii of material
ind prepared to do all work iu hU line on
Fhnrt notice and in a workmanlike rrinnner.
Vehicles ol every description made to or
d(r.
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaran
teed.
3E0"Repairlng a specialty.
S. P. BANNA.
July 14, 1880.
ANAKESIS
DR. S,. SILSBEE'S EXTEK5AL PILE UEMEDI
Gives IntUat Relief, end is an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Price, $1.00
per box, prepaid, by mail. Samples sent
free to Physicians and all sufierers, by
Neustaedter & Co., Box 304C, New York
City. Sole manufacturers bfANAKESia
CITY BARBER SHOP
California St.,
Jacksonville, - - - Orrgun
TMIE ttN'DERSIUNED IS FU1.I Y
A prrpnred to do all work in lii line in
the best manner una ul risisnrmh't prire?
(JEOUGKSCIH'MI'F
BLACKSMITHING .
-AND
HORSE - SHOEING.
A. BARNEBURG, Prop.
TTAVING, LEASED THE SHOP FOR-
jl meny occupied dv Mat. bliannon 1
ask a share of the public patronage.
Staple produce or Cash taken lor work.
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SADDLERY, H&RHESSJHDJADDLERY H&RDW&RE.
HAVING THE FACILITIES AND SUPERIOR KNOWLEDGE OF THE
manufacturing of everything in our line, We are prepared to furnish on short
notice, the very best of custom made work, which wc make a specialty, and at tho
VERY LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
"Repairing executed promptly and with
Qm-itltni-n Hnimin lt nr.iminA nur single li.fim
ESHenry Judge will take wheat in payment for all bills duo him, for which he
will pay the highest market price.
HENRY JUDGE.
Jacksonville, Oregon, May 3d, 1830.
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Recover their vitality by pursuinga course
of Hosteller's Stom.ieh Bitters, the most
popular invigorant and alterative medicine
in iue. General debility rever and ague,
dyspepsia, constipation, rheumatism, and
other maladies are completely lemoved by
it. Atk those who have used it what it
lias done for them. For sale by nil Drug
gists and Dealers generally.
F.RITSCHARD,
practical
"Watchmakek and Jeweler,
Cnlifornia Sreet,
MAKES A SPECIALTY OF CLEAN
ing and repairing watches and clucks.
Charges rcaon-ible. Give him a call.
WALDO EXPRESS,
CarrylrisTJ. SI.3VXn.ilai
Leaves Jacksonville Mondays and
Thursdays, for Waldo. Leaves Waldo
Tuesday and Fridays.
First-class accommodations for passer
gets.
Express business promptly attended to
by R. M. GARRETT.
EAGLE BREWERY.
JOSEPH WETTERER.
Proprietor
Oregon St., Jacksonville
1HE BESTOF LAGER BEER ALWAYS KEPT
on hand and redj for ale fay the keg or cUan
SETTLE UP.
Taving quit business 1 must
have a settlement with all
those owing me either by notes
or-book account. Costs will be
saved by settling at once as no
grace will be given.
J H MILLRR.
NOTICE.
Oar Descriptive Illustrated Price
Llst.No.20, or Urj Goods, etc.. will be
Issued about March 1st. 1881. Prices
quoted In No. 28 will remain good until
that date. Send us Tour name e.irlr foi
copy of No. 29. Free toanj-Rldre.
JtONIOOMEIlV WAKI) :o.,
X27& 220 Wabash Ave.. Villi Hirn Itl
Fine white lace 3 cts. a yard at he
New York Store.
nn STETTIN
H' CELEBRATED M
?5Sk STOMACH &
JUDGE,
GENERAL DEALERS IN
satisfaction. We invite the people of
spnflimr thnir mnnntr nwiir
SIXTEENTH YEAR.
ST.MAHY'S ACADEMY,
CONDUCTED BY.
TIIE SISTERS OP THE HOLY X.IME.
rpiIE SHOLAST1C YEAR OF THIS
JL school will commence about the end of
August, and is divided in four sessions,
of eleven weeks each.
Board and tuition, per term $40.00
Bedand Bedding 4 00
Drawing and painting 8.00
Piano v ... 13.00
Entrance fee only ontc, . . . . 5.00
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, per term, $ 6.00
Junior, " 8.00
Senior, " 10.00
Pupils received at any time, and special
attention is paid to pmtlcular studies in
behalf of children who have but limited
time. For further particulars apply al
the Academy
CITY BAKE BY
AND
SALOON",
In Masonic Building, Oregon St.
jacicsonvii.l, ogn.
rPHK UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE
1 firti to announce to the public that
hry are now prepared to fill all orders for
rulers of every description, such it1 wedding
rake?, cnlres In parties, wine c.ike.; also
limwii and rje bread, ginger saaps nxd
rmckrr.e.
A lur.cli houe will also be kept at tbi
plure. whrrr oysters in all Mvlt-s, Limburger
unJ Schweilz r chree, can be bad at all
hmra of the dijr nr nieht.
5Fre?h bread every day.
I'r crj reasonable and satisfaction gaar
untced. GROB k Ur.RICH.
California St.
N, Ficke, - Proprietor,
PHIS WELL KNOWN MARKCT. orPO
l file KahliT & Bro.V drugstore is bet
trr prepared than ever Io furnifcli the pub
lic with the choicmt quality of
FIIESII BEEF,
PORK, VEAL,
MUTTON, HAM,
SALT MEATS,
BACON,
fupeKor,
SAUSAGE, LAUD, ETC.,
The tnot favorable indiicmtnti offered
to patrntH.and no rffurt will be ppared to
ward giving general fat'tjfuctinn.
N. FICKE.
CAKL BROWN,
Carpenter, Joiner& Uiitlcrfukcr,
Jacksonville, Ogn.
HAVING RENTED Ed. Smith's old
stand, and procured 11 good supply
of lumber of all kinds, I am now prepared
to execute every description of work in
my line, plain and ornamental, with dis
patch and at very reasonable rates. Satis
faction guarantcea in every instance.
C2?ljni!ertakinj: a specialty. I will
keep on hand a supply of ready-made
coinns.
Give mc a trial and judge for yourself.
CARL BROWN.
Jacksonville, June 29, 1881.
P. DONEG JST
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING
4-AND-
HORSE SHOEING,
"or., or Second and California St.
LL KINDS OF MARKETABLE
l produce taken iorxchanue lor work
P. DONEGAN.
RE-OPENED !
JACOBRIEYEIt,
PIONEKIl IVAGO.Y.MAKEIt,
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS AT
the stand of the late J. L. Badger
and i9 prepared to execute all work in bis
line with promptness and dispatch and at
very reasonable rates. All kinds of vein,
cles constructed. Repairing a specialty.
Good work and low prices ennranteed.
Give me a call. J.MEYER.
Fifteen yards print for $1.00 'at tho
New York Store.
EXCELSIOR
LIVER ! M) FEED
Corner of
OkKOOS JlXD Ci.LI70R.XU 8T8., JlCXSONTILU.
OT. J. PLYMALE, prop'r.
r 0ULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM TTIH PUB
W Ucthstko has a Has stock of
Horses, Buggies niitl Carlngea
And ho Is prspsrsd to famish bis patrons nd the pub
lic generall? with
Fine Turnonts
As can bo had on tho Pacific coast. SaiMIo horsea
hlrsd to go to an; part ot lha country.
Animals Bought and Sol if.
Horsrs broke to work single or donble. Itore
boarded and the beat of care bestowed npon tlien
while In my charge. A lilieral share of the pnMI"
patronage Is solicited on reasouable terms.
DR. SPINNEY
No. 11 KEAB.NE-SI ST.,
Trent all Chronic unit Special Disease
-3roTT2sro ovriaajar
WHO MAY BE SDFFEKING FROM1
the effects of ycuthlul follies or Indis
cretion, will do well to avail tbemelves of
tht?, the greatcrt boon ev.r laid at the altar
or euflerinR humanity. DR. SPINNEY will
guarantee to forfeit $500 for every cae of
Seminal weakness or privato disease of any
kind or character which he undertakes anil
fails to cure.
MIDDLE-AGKI) MKN.
There ate many at the age of thirty to
fixty who aie troubled with too friquent ev
acuation of try! bladder, often accompanied
by a alight nuartinc or lmrninj; eenxntloii,
and a weakening ot the rylem in a mnnnrr
thepatient cannot account for. On exam n
tag the urinary depoMt! h rnpy redimrnt
will often lie found and eometimc small
particle" of aUmmen-will appear, or tbtr
color will lie of a thin milki'h hue, again
changing to a dark and torpid appearance.
There are many men who die of thi diffi
culty ignorant of the cauc which is the fC
ond pt.igeof re.-ninal weaklier tK. S. will
gUHtantee a perfect cure in all such caren,
and a healthy restoration of the genito-uri-nary
organs.
Ofkicb llocns 10 to 4 and B to 8 Sun
day from 10 to 12 a. m Consultation free
Thorough examinations aud advice, $5.
Call or addrrs,
UK. SPINHEY & CO.
No 11 Kearnev St.. Sail Francisco.
TABLE ROCK SALOON,
OREGON STREET,
TV7MTJEW and HELMS,
PltOPRIETOrtS.
rUY. PROPRIETORS OF
JL well known and popular rrnrt
inform their friend mid the public zml
1 luu a complete and first rla'S slock ml
beat brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale
porter, etc., are constantly kept on ha7
They will be. pit-used to have their friend
'call aud smile."
CABINET.
A Cabinet of Curiosities may alao bo
found here. We would Ix plrad to have
persons possessing curiosities and sperimens
bring thrni in, and we will place them in
ibe Cabinet for inspection.
WINTJEN & HELMS.
BIGBUTTE STEAMSAW MILT,
J. P. PAHJ2ER,
BIG BUTTE
) : 1
OGN,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON II VI
pi ined and uuplancd Sugur pin 1.- tun -
her of the best quality.
EDGING, MOULDING, 11UST1.1
SIDING, FLOORING,
SHINGLES, ETC.
Lnmbcr dns'rd to order oil hnrt nolil
and rrh'mble terms lor those convemrl
to the Mill.
CSy-Oounty Orders on Greenbacks tu4
rn at pnr.
r:r
&X&&Q$t
CltoriKtjat,San
Portland , oaoa
And Jacksonville. Orel
GIBBS & STEARNS will all
all business la Portland.
BENEDICT HOUSl
Arn.EOATE, Oreoos.
S. K. TAYLOF, FXtOJ
Ilnving leased this Popular StnrJ
term ot years, informs tlie 1'ubiui
be kept up to its former high stanj
t irst-class 1 able and clean tx-tll
travelling public. Ilay, Grain
ting as usual.
UNION HOrI
Kcrbyville
M. Ryder, Proj
CMRST CLASS ACCOMMODJ
JL always be had at this hoasl
reasonaoln rates,
jar-At. excellent stable col
th hotel.
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