). i n OREGON SENTINEL. IACKsDAVILLK t SKtdrdat, August 27, 1881. SJu Land O Slice at lloaflmrs. Osnt.1 June SO, ISSO. J To all Iflioni It inn)' t'oiirrrn: Xollce In lirrclij- sltcn flint I linvc Urals nntrd theOIti:t:o .::1IW:l at the paper la iUlrb I nliall lirrcaDrr iulillIi all pre cmplloiit, hoinritrad and iittpllralloiiii for imlulns palrntu for lands Ijlns near JaclMomlllr. .l.irkson ranuty, Hrecon. , W. V. IU:.IU1IV KrsUlcr. WASTED. A competent teacher to take charge of the second department of the Jacksonville District School. For particulars appl) to the Board of Directors. Farewell Party. The friends of Richard H. Klippel will tender him a farewell party at the Club Room this (Saturday) evening. Everybody is in vited to attend. St. Mary's Academy. The fall term of St. Mary's Academy will com mence on Monda) of next week. The teachers, some of whom spent vacation in the Willamette Valley, havereturn ed to their several posts of duty, ready tor the work. See advertisement.- Wno is HnJ As cur new heavenly risitor approaches our earth, his head knd tail are plainly visible in the Northwestern heavens. Astronomers I.re still at sea as to the true identity of this comet. In his rapid flight through the realms of immense space, these thousands of years, this seems to lie the first time he has made an ex hibition of himself. Cement Pipe. Tho cement pipe- Inakers have just finished 1,300 feet of feline for John Bolt of Applegate. They Jso have the contract of making .5,500 feet for Mr. bchiellelm on lioguo her, 2,400 for C. C. Beekman, and liome for St. Mary's Academy. The material the pipe is manufactured from Is imperishable, nnd is bound to take lis soon as its merits Elian nccome Known. Lakeview Herald. J. IT. Evans Ihas sold his interesL in the State Line lerald to B. P. Watson, the change taking effect the 20th of this month. IV. W. Watson, formerly of As-hland, fill be editor and flnancial manager of the paper. Mr. Watson has, of late years, had considerable journalistic ex ineriencp, and we nave no uouut win make the Herald a choice medium of Eocal intelligence. Here is our SjT pr your success. Changes. L. Tt. Webster, who was appointed first assistant to Prof. Mer- ritt in our public school, has accepted the position as clerk in Reames Bros'. Bstote, in place ot Jivan Iteanies, nlio goes to Linkville to take charge of the store formerly ownpd by Thatcher t IWorden. It has not transpired who rill succeed Mr. Webster at tho school. applicants for the po'itionc&n nddress -rcbccl director-of. Jacksonville. A4 iiaie teacner is wanted. C or II. The following officers of 'To-t lie-Front Council No. 13, C. of H., of Williams creek, w ere recently in stalled: J. N. -Goochcr, W. C; P. V. Rhoeniake, M. C; Miss Lizzie Kincaid, Lt C; Jay Davidson, II.; Miss Dora Godfrey, S.; C. T. Davidson, F. S.; M. M. Davidson, T.; Ira Sparlin, W.; David John, U.; Miss Josie Gibson, M.; Miss Lola Lavton, P.; A. Watt--, P. W. C; Miss Hannah McGee, Asst. S.; Mrs. Goocher and Miss Emma Nail, Aids to W. C. Will Leave us. Mr. Adam Klip- pel, for a long time employed on the Sentinel editorial staff, will leave for Portland next Tuesday where he goes to reside permanently. He has accep ted the position of Business Manager for the Pacific Christian Advocate and will take charge at once. During his rehidence here Mr. K. has made many friends, who are sorry to see him leave, and all join in wishing him success in his new home. Mr. Klippel's family will also leaTe about the 3d of next month. 'O Crater Lake Tourists. -So far the season for visiting Cr.iter or Sunken Lake, Oregon's greatest curiosity, has been remarkably favorable". Quite a number of mountain parties have been there, others are there now, and still others are on the eve of going to that wonder-land. Crater Lake is about 80 miles from Jacksonville in a northeast erly direction. Most of the parties who have gone to the lake this season hare taken in Fort Klamath, and the falls of Rogue River, and the route aosen is that by way of Ashland, Linkville, the Klamath Indian reserva tion and the military road down Rogue river to Jacksonville. A party of 14 tourists left here yesterday consisting of Messrs. McDonougb, Cooksey and Wright, and their respective families, to be gone several weeks. They took the Rogue river route via Bybee's ferry. Tun It. R Survey. The several "surveying parties are still running their lines in search for tho best route into this valley. Hurlburt's party com pleted tho survey through the Grave creek country and they met the Howard party at Chavner's bridge. Howard ran two lines from this vallpy to Chavner's bridge, ono across the low pass between Willow Springs and Gold Hill distance three miles necessitating a hundred foot grade to the mile; the other was run around by way of the windings of Rogue river to Chavner's bridge. The line down around the bend of the river. was run just above high water mark on a grade of 15 feet to the mile. The road around the bend is aboufsix miles longer than by way of Gold Hill pass. Tho surveyors are waiting for instructions, and will probably examine tho South Umjqua and Trail creek route next. II II 1l IHF1I I '..ifi 411 ' NM. frUIl LOCAL items. Mensor sells flour at sand. S15 per thou- Several more weddings are an nounced. Remember the races on the last of next month. Henry Kubli, convalescent. is reported as Call at the Criterion for your toddies or lemonades. Mrs. John E. Ross, we regret to saV, is on the sick list. D. H. Feathers returned from Can yonville this week. J. Q. Willits will teach the Wagner creek school next term. Scholars from Lake county have ar rived to attend the Sister's school. Attend the Pioneer's reunion at Ashland on the 15th of September.. Flour is quoted at SI G.50 per thou sand at the Ashland and Eagle mills. Hon. B. F. Dowell and daughter Fannie left here last Tuesday for Port land. Clay Dollarhide of the Toll House on the Siskiyous was in town this week. Oscar Kilbourne, TT. S. Gauger, will accept our thanks for late Virginia City papers. D. W. Anderson will accept the thanks of the Sentinel force for a nice watermelon. Mrs. Conductor Stroud and daugh ter ot Portland are visiting friends in Southern Oregon. Bev. Father Blanchet returned from the North last Tuesday. He reports an enjoyable trip. Henry Villard, the vigorous young railroad king, was expected at Port land on the 25th. Rev. M. A. Williams will preach at the M. E. Church in this city at 11 o'clock to morrow. Henry Empry of Ashland paid Jack sonville a visit last Sunday, and looks younger than ever. Farmers will do well to take a look at the new style farm gates offered for sale by J. H. Ross. Miss Minnie DeWitt of Yreka ar rived yesterday and is paying Jackson ville friends a visit. The Red Men of this place have had a neat sign placed over their hall the work of J. A. Carter. Mr. Hurlburt says that Ashland Butte is 9,000 feet in height and 5,500 feet higher than Ashland. Wm, Blcckert of Galls creek has lost his two horses and will pay a lib eral reward for their return. Read the article entitled "a needless expense to tax-rnyers" in another col unin. lt nts Jackson county. . - Richard T. Blackwood has taken up an estray at his place near town anil wants the owner to call for him. Lake county furnishes thirty-three cases for the consideration of Judge llauna at the next term of Court. The Fall term of the Public School at Cential Point, Mrs. Tharp teacher, will begin next Monday, Aug. 29th. J. V. Strange has withdrawn as editor of the Roseburg Plaindcalcrand W. H. Byars has again taken charge The frame-work of Haskell Amy's barn in Manzanita prpcinct is up, waiting for lumber to complete it with. Don't fail to attend the Harvest Ball to be given by Madame Holt next Wednesday evening. Tickets, 2.50. The steamer "Andrew Snider" is re ported to be doing a rushing business on Goose Lake, supplying a want long felt. A son of Henry Ward Beech er is captain of the "Annie Stewart," a steamer running on the Columbia River. An excellont slight-of-hand perfor mance was given here last Tuesday evening by Prof. Black to a good sized audience. James Loomis and Edmund Brooks, together with their witnesses, were in town last Saturday proving up on their homesteads. Under tho head of conundrums we would like to know how George Brown the stage hostler at Oak Grove, lost his moustache? Afttr a visit of about six weeks Miss Sallie and W. J. Clarke returned to their home at Portland, well pleased with their trip. Kaspar Kubli on Wednesday sold 20,000 lbs. of flour at 515 per thousand. Messrs. Zack Cameron and Wm. Nagle were the purchasers. John J. Lathrop had an exciting runaway down the Crescent City hill last Thursday, but escaped without any serious damages. Several members of General Ross' family are reported sick but we are pleased to say that none are in a dangerous condition. The improved Wheeler it Wilson sewing machines make the lock-stitch without using a shuttle and never breaks your under thread Thos. G. Reames started for San Francisco last Wednesday to purchase goods for his stores at Fort Klamath, L'nkville and Jacksonville. Messrs. R. Koehler and John A. Hurlburt passed through town last week on their way to Trail creek on a general tour of observation, Jos. Rapp, the vegetable man, rapp ed at our office door yesterday with a fine watermelon. We never fail to res pond promptly to such raps. A surprise party was held at Mrs. 1 A. Bilger's residence last Thursday evening in honor of the 18th birthday of her daughter, Miss Annie. Miss Horton's school at Rock Point closed for tho term yesterday. We have not been informed whether it will be continued at present or not. Senator John E. Ross returned from Roseburg this week, where he has been taking his sister, Mrs. Arabella Pow ell, of Brownsville, Linn county. Fred Otten keeps a good supply of everything to be found in a first-class hardware store and has the neatest ar ranged store in Southern Oregon. Ruth Rebekah Degree Lodge, L O. O. F., will celebrate its coming anni versary with a grand ball on Dec. 30th. Engage your partners in time, boys. There will be contests for fifteen seats in the next House of Representa tives. Of these thirteen will be from the South, Alabama alone furnishing four. It is said that thirty persons in a small town in Michigan were poisoned recently by eating sausages. This comes from leaving brass collars on dogs. G Karewski has been confined to his roqni for several days with an at tack of cholera morbus, but has again recovered and attends to business as usual. Wm. Mackey, who was sentenced to sixty days imprisonment by Judge Deady for sending obscene literature through the mails, was discharged last Friday. John J. Dickinson, formerly a mer chant of Crescent City, passed through town last Sunday on his way to -that place. He is now a resident of St. Helena, Cal. W are pleased to say that Mrs. Dr. Colvig of Rock Point is making good progress toward recovery from injuries received a short time ago" und will be around again soon. Rev. S. S. Caldwell of Ashland is now permanently located at Lakeview, where he has recently commenced a Sunday school, and proposes to organ ize soon an academy. Ben. Davis, one of the pioneer resi dents of.Jacksonville, is expected back irom Idaho soon, aud expects to locate here permanently. His son ariived here several days ago. Street Commissioner McDaniel re ceived severe bruises on one of his legs last Thursday while working on thp Daisy creek bridge. Dr. Vrooman made him comfortable. J. B. Wrisley is fixing up his evop orator, preparatory to making sorghum. The season has been very favorable to the grow th of cane, and a good yield of sorghum is anticipated. Last year 301,370,000 one cent postal cards were issued in the United States. It seems a vast number, yet it is only six, for every man,- woman and-chiid-in-tae country, a- Matt Ruckles and daughter of Oak Grove station, near Roeburg, arrived in town on yesterday's stage. Miss Ruckles, wo learn will remain here to attend the Sister's school. That "handsome" notice was taken verbatim for our cotemporary's benrfil so tiiat he could copy it ngain when the next near relative got married. It's handy to have about the house. On next Sunday, the 2Sth inst., the the Benedictine Fathers will hold ser vices at St. Francis Church at Eagle Point. First mass at 7 A. M. High mass and sermon at 10:30 A. M. Rev. D. A. Crowd, as will be seen in the list of conference appointments, is stationed at Biownsville, Linn coun ty, and Rov. B. J. Sharp, formerly of Oregon City, is stationed at Jackson ville. Next Monday John Hockenjos will commence tearing down the Southern Methodist Church building at Phoenix. The lumber will be used in the con struction of a duelling houso on Butte creek. John Schlofzhauer who is now with P. Dunn of Ashland precinct came down on Saturday and returned on Sunday. He speaks in the highest terms of praise of the upper end of the valley. James Garfield Krause is the latest addition to the firm of Krause it Turn er; it is not definitely known whether he will take charge of the books or run the household affairs of Frank Krause. Our Lakeview exchanges are very hopeful of being speedily placed in railroad- communication with the out side world. The rails are steadily growing toward tho Oregon line from Reno up. Henry Judge will take barley at the highest market price in exchange for anything in his line. He keeps a large assortment of saddles, bridles, harness, whips, etc., and sells at bed rock prices. The walls of the new insane asylum, says the Statesman, are rapidly assum ing shape and proportion. The entire structure will be under roof by the first of January if no untold circum stances intervene. A petition has also been sent in from Ashland for the organization of a lodge of A. O. U. W. with thirty-one charter members, and the authorities from here will go up in about ten days to institute the same. Nick Ficke's new barn was com pleted on Thursday. It is 44 by 75 feet, with a hay loft the entire length of the structure, with a capacity of storing GO tons of hay and sheltering from 60 to 70 head of cattle. Robert D. Hume, owner of the line of steamers running from San Francis co to Smith River and Ellensburg, is expected here soon to make arrange ments with our merchants for shipping their goods via Smith River. Surveyors HowSreFaru Hurlburt's parties, who were wotfcjig jn opposite directions, met betwRi Rock Point and Chamer s bndjji. , It is expected that from here 'thqtfwill examine the South Umpqua amVTrail creek routes. Lieut. Schwatk?,of Artie explora tion fame, is lecWng on that subject in different townsjiffthe State at pres ent, but we are noadvised of his com ing this farsouthlBLient. Schwatka is an Uregon noy, nu. parents residing at balem. A number ofipirtie3 ot Linkville have made1 appHcuion. to the Grand Lodge for a chartfflto organize a lodge of A. O. U. W. Sflh'at, place. W. J. Plymale, T. D. GjMjlW., will institute the same after thejnecessary prelimin aries are arranged.. Jas. G. Birdsey, wk was one of the first white children, Pi in our moun tain-locked valley and was never far beyond it, took aljn to Roseburg last week to take a loolTat the cars. He was highly pleased?ith everything he saw and returnedjjgsafety. Abe Bowman ; ffSterling lost his horse ono nighU last week and came to the Sentinel offiie to advertise for his recovery. Imnwdiately after leav ing the office theliorse was found, which goes to prove;tliat the pen is mightier than thejgprdAdvertise. An error has-been found in the boundary line between Wasco and Umatilla counties it is claimed, by a Portland firm w'rei are getting up a map of Oregon for .their own use. The error if corrected will give about thirty miles more territory to Wasco county. In passing down Ashland Butte the other day President'Koehler lost a sur veyor's pocket level which he carried in his side pocket, yln going through the brush the instrument must have dropped out. Its value is about 25. Some straggling,,inountaineer may find it. if Geo. McCorniacY. who came over last week from Crescent City via the Howard road survey informs us that a large force of men are at work con structing the wagonTroad. The road will be built; let thtfeitizens of Jackson county get ready with their subscrip tions. The Massachusetts National Green back party met in State Convention on the 24th instant anj nominated a full State ticket. The platform of princi ples ndopted contains this plank: "Re solved, That suffrage is the right of all citizens without regard to race, color, sex or taxes." - - r-, t- John Smith, a man employed as sheep herder by John Sizemore for some time past, was arrested this wepk for selling a horse not his own, and after an examination before Justice HufiVr was bound over with bail fixed at 50. The security was given and he is again at liberty. Richard H. Klippel will start for Portland next Tneytay where ho ex peels to takejuppj jutj ollices of toat.c! on in one, ot tlic Welaarn that D. W. CrosbjjTahiiiis sister Maggie will accompany, him at the same time, on a visit to thfir'tnother, who is now at St. Vincent's hospital. A lively ruuaw"ay occurred to a teamstercoiningdown the Green Spring mountain day before yesterday. Thr wajron was loaded with lumber at the time and the runaway was caused by the driver losing control of the brake. The wagon, horsesjrdriver and cargo all went over the grade, but with w hat reult we are not'.informed. Capt. J. B. Moor and wife and J. H. Ross, the, former, engaged in the lire in surance business -and the latter the agent for a new style patent farm gate, arrived in town thjs week from Cres cent City via the old wagon road. They report a -rough trip over this route but reache'dhere right side up. They expect to remain hero a short time. - i ino w Heeler ifckWilson new sewing machines are adapted to- every grade of manufacture of stitched goods and every kind of do mestic sewing. "" They are superior to all others in pointiqf, speed, durability, precision and easeof operation, reg ularity, strength, !beauty of stitch, range of work, faculty of management, perfection of construction and elegance of finish. They are declared by the highest authorities the best sewing ap paratus in the world! Gen. Irwin McDowell, of the U. S. Army of the Depirtinent of tho Pacific, parsed through Jaikson county this week on his return to San Francisco, where he has beer called by special j messenger fronft'iftar'Department. The General earned over from Fort Klamath where ho$had been inspect ing the Government military works, combining duty with pleasure. The President's precarious condition is sup posed to have something to do with the General's hastyjrecall. Mr. W. I. Nichols returned from Ashland last Sujiday evening. He says he talked with Mr. Koehler, President of the Of & C. road, and the boss surveyor, whojitold him that no surveying parties bad been over the coast route as stated in some of the papers. Some' gentlemen had made the trip over the coast route to look at, on their own account. Mr. N. met Mr. Koehler this side of Colo's, on his tour of inspection as far as Klamath river, accompanied iby Mr. Hurlburt, the surveyor. Yfeka Journal. 771 Sewing Machines. I will have in a few days a lot'of the celebrated N. Y. Singer Sewing Machines, which for elegance of style and perfection of workmanship, cannot be excelled, and what is of more importance I can sell them at 45. Call .and see them be fore purchasing elsewhere, and judge of their mentyourselL D. Heathf.es, Agent. The Oregon Conference, M. E. Church. This 'body of ministers which met at East Portland on the 18th and closed its labors on the 22d, was presided over by Bishop W.- H. Harris, of New York. The daily se.-ssious attracted largo numbers of visitors from the city and surrounding country. The rpport from the different presiding elder's districts showed a healthy stato of progress in every branch of church work. The work of education came in for a considerable share of attention, and the several in stitutions of learning under church patronage received the endorsement of the conference. Among the appoint ments read by the Bishop are the fol lowing for Southern Oregon: Eugene City district, W. T. Chapman, Piesid ing Elder; Albany,- Issao Dillon; Ash land, to be supplied; Brownsville, D. A. Crowell; Corvallis, to be supplied; Drain, T. B. Goodpasture; Eugene. I. D. Driver; Jacksonville, B. J. Sharp; Klamath, L. M. Nickerson; Lebanon, to be supplied; Mary's River Circuit, to bo supplied; Monroe, P. M. Starr; Roseburg, J. W. Miller; Shedds, W. H. Hurlburt; Liberty, S. A. Starr; Springfield, J. II. Wood. Ashland College, L. L. Rogers, President, LaDru Royil, Professor. L. J. Powell, Superintendent of pub lic instruction for State of Oregon. The Perils of Cow Creek Hill. The wagon road leading over the di vide between Cow creek and Wolf creek runs up and down the steepest grade on ihe stage route from Rose burg to Jacksonville, and is the terror of the freighting community. On tho 11th of August a "team and wagon loaded with 4,000 pounds of freight, in charge of Charles Logan son-in-law of B. F. Reeser of Ashland, came down this mountain in a hurry. Logan had fairly started down the grade when the breaks slid off the wheels, and the wagon horses and driver came down at lightning speed. In the awful de scent one of the horses stumbled and fell, the wagon passing over him, and he was dragged along for quite a dis tance before tin impetuosity of ihe wagon and remaining horses were checked by a resisting fir-tree. The way wagon and freight, harness and horses were staEtored was a caution; and the only wonder is that the driver and horses were not killed outright. Tho track where the horse had been dragged was pointed out to tho writer of these lines, who passed over this portion of the road a few days after the accident happened. The Railroad Officials. Mr. Koehler, General Manager of the O. it C. R. R., made the ascent of Ash land Butte last Friday, for the purpose of obtaining a birdseye view of South em Oregon and Northern California. Mr. Hurlburt was with him, and with the niJ of a map of the country made by himself for the company nine years ago, gave the railroad magnate a com plete understanding of the topography of the whole section in sight, from the ,Umpqua to Shasta, and from tho east ern ranges of the Cascades to the Coast mountains. From the summit of the Bulto it could bo clearly seen that the toll road is through the lowest pass in the Siskiyous. On Saturday morning Messrs. Koehler and Hurlburt startod for Trail creek, intending to return to Douglas county by way of that stream, to view the route thit would have to be followed in case it were decided to avoid Cow creek canyon. Both gen tlemen intended to reach Portland this week. Should tho Trail creek route be chosen, (which is not likeK-, how ever) the railroad would strike Rogue river above Eagle Point. Tidings. a Accident. Last Sunday as Ed ward Graupner was driving from Jackson ville to his home on Sterling creek and when near Henry Blecher's farm his team got frightened at the approach of a wagon coming from the opposite di rection. Tho frightened horses ran nt a break-neck speed, and not being able to manage them Mr. Graupner was hurled out of his wagon and violently fell to the ground, dislocating his left shoulder. The sufferer was brought to Jacksonville, where Dr. Aiken put tho dislocated member "to rights." The horses were caught by the neigh bors and taken to their home. Ladies dress goods at the New York Store for 12r cts. a yard. TVIO OK JIOKi: M'KGEOAS Of tho Pacific Surgical Institute, 305 Kearney street, San Francisco, will be at the Metropolitan Hotel, Roseburg, September 8, 9 and 10; at the U. S. Hotel, Jacksonville, Sept. 12, 13 and 14; at Houck's Hotel, Ashland, Sept. 15 and 16, and at the Frauco Ameri can Hotel, Yreka, Cal.. Sept. 19 and 20, fully prepared treat all cases of Spinal Disease, Knee and Hip Disease, Club Fcot, Crooked.Limbs, Paralysis, and all Chronic and Surgical Diseases. As this Institution is unequaled in facilities for the treatment of these affections all who are interested should not fail to see these Surgeons. BOEN. LUY In Jacksonville, August 20, 1881, to the wife of Fred Luy, a son. KRAUSE At Jacksonville, August 25, 1881, to the wife of Frank Krause, a son. MURPHY At Jacksonville, August 24, 1881, to the wife of Mich. Mur phy, deceased, a daughter. G1ANNINI At Lake City, Cal., August 10, 1881, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Giannini, a son.. CRENSHAW Near Jacksonville, August 18, 1881, to Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Crenshaw, a son. DIED. PENINGER At the family residence near Willow Springs, August 24, 1881, George Poninger, aged 8 years 4 months aod 14 days. VHIdtrUllr Items. We hope soon to see Southern Ore gon connected by rail with tho outside world. Orr Brown, has sent east for another fine sorghum mill with an entire full outfit for manufacturing syrup on the most improved process. J."Q. Knight started this week to take charge of a sung of hands on the C. C. W. R, This looks some like they meant business after so much talk. Zouave Council, No. 14, C. of II. now holds its regular meeting in June's Hall, in this place. Dr. D. S. Holton, P. W. C. of Defenso Council, No. 15, legallyinstalled the officers of Zouave Council, at a regular meeting of the Council, not long since. Harvesting is progressing finely in Josephine county. Messrs. Thompson & Dimick, have been running their thresher for sometime now. Grain crops are yielding moderately fair. There will bo more grain threshed in this section, this season, than ever be fore. Some careless persons are again starting fires in the mountains and else where, destroying the forests and fill ing tho atmosphere with smoke. A bre on the arm or Airs. JNolands near Wilderville, destroyed some 1500 or 2000 rails, around a field of growing grain. When will people learn to be more careful with fire? There is said to be a buxom lass on Applegate, a minister's daughter, with the help of a younger brother, that has mowed all of the hay on her father's place this season. Also turning a help ing hand to various other things on the farm. It is said this minister has nev er been known to beg for money. Yet he attends regularly to his flocks. Ihe railroad survey, througli this section, created considerable excite ment at the lime, but wo believe every thing is silent now. I Icam that the railroad surveyors from the North have found a passable route over the Grave creek hills, and are now at work on Dutcher creek, Rogue river, on tho old survey, as surveyed some vears ago. B. The President. Our latest information from the sick room leaves the President in a very unsatisfactory condition. Throughout tho week just ending the hope of his recovery grew fainter from day today, and as we go to press his condition is gradually growing more hopeless. Tho convictiou forces itself upon the public mind that the President lies very low and that he cannot last many days longer. Navy tobacco at the New York Store for G5 cts. per pound. im 'm-nratiLwwiv.. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ESTRAY NOTICE. Taken up by the undersigned on the ucorgc isincK ranch, near Jacksonville, one red roan bull, about eighteen months old, with the point of right horn broken oil. No other marks or brands. The owner can recover the same by paying costs and applying to RICHARD T. BLACKWOOD. ilEAND HARVEST BALL ! GIVEN by IVSDARflE JANE HOLT, -Qxis. 33L, 1883, Prof. Scott's String B.:nd will be in at tendance. A general invitation is ex tended to all. Floor Managers. Chns. Nickell, J. A. Card well, t ranK Krause, sol. Wise. Tickets, including supper, $2 fiO. UNIVERSAL COPYING CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO F. WERTZ, - Agent. The undersigned bavin? taken the Ajrcn- cy from tlie Universal Copying Oo., of oan rancisco lor tneir ccieumtcu India Ink, lierlin Finish, Crayon, Pastil and Oil portraits is now prepared to have pictures copied and enlarged on short notice and at reasonable prices in the finest, and most durable styles known to the art. Pictures will he enlarged in India Ink and water colors any size from 8x10 to life size, and in Crayon, Pastil or. Oil from 20x34 to 2.)30 iaches. All pictures eiua'vd, ifn less otherwise ordered, will be furnished with elegant hlnck walnut frames and line goUHievclcd mats, and glass. 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ETothors Hire mzd T'hyilolan rococunond it. IT IS HOT NARCOTIC. CENTAUR LINIMENTS; tho World's great Pain-Xlc-licvlng-remedies. Tlicyhcnl, sootlio nud euro Burnt), Wounds, AVcalc iJaek and Ulicumatlhni upon Man, and Sprains, Galls nnd Lameness xpon Beasts. Cheap, quick, and reliable. gg!.N!.W!a SPURTS ef dliGustlnEMncnn, Snuffles, CracUlng P&ina In tlio Hoad, Fetid Breath, Eoafi and any Catarrhal Com-nL enn to exterminated ljywolEo Meyer's Catarrh Core, a Consti tutional Antidote, by Abaorji tion. Tho moot Important Eii oovexy sinoo Vaccination. ''- mfi&ZeLZ-Lir V--Tilffl1 J. NUNA Cnllftirnla Street, Itljululuz HOLT'S NEW HOTEL, Jacksonville, Oregon, DEALER IN CLOTHING MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' I Latest Pattern and made from OREGON CITY CASSIMERE DUCK & DiMIX OVERALLS AND JUMPERS. SHOES, ETC., LADIES', MISSES', CHILDREN'S KID k CALF SHOES, MEN'S AND ROYS' BOOTS; ALEXIS TIES AND BROUAKS, All California Ittakc A full Assortment of Ladies' Dress & Fancy Goods, Also a large line of Men's and Boys' Hats. Gentlemen's Undcrware, Suspenders &., I also keep a full line ot GROCERIES, ETC., Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Spices, Canned goods of every description, a full assort ment of JS'teirtJLoza.oi', TOBACCO & CIGAKS. A large quantity of Crockery and Glassware, AllorwhicliI villsell 3EOL O.A.SS3E3: AT Extraordinary Low Priced. 3ry motto will be "QUICK SALES and SMALL PROFIT." Country Produce taken in exchango for goods. I am also agent for the following Stan dard Insurance Companies: Foreign Imperial, Loudon, Northon and Queen. Foreign London and Lancashire. Home Fireman's Fund. Home State Investment Ins. Co. Homo Commercial Ins. Co. Home 'Western Ins. Co. Traveler's Life and Accident of Hartford Conn. Risks taken at lower rates than any "Agent in Oregon, and will guarantee in case of loss, prompt payment. JERRY NUNAN. . A. 0. TI. W. GEAND BALL!! TO BE OIVEK BY BANNER LODGE HO. 23. ANCIENT ORDER OP UNITED WOROEX, AT HOLT'S HALL. SEPTEMBER 28, 1881. CojntrrTEn ok Aruanoements. Frank Krause, Henry Klippel, K. Kubli, Sol. Wise, Fred. G rob. Receptiok Cosimittee. lion. E. B. "Watson, Hon. H.K.IIanna,Dr.a. II. Aiken, Wm. Bybee, John W. Baker, T, M. Ply male. Fi.oon Committee. Chas. Nickell, T. T. McKcnzie, D. II. Feathers, Dr. "Will. Jackson, Newman Fisher. The best of music and supper will be furnished and everybody is invited to at tend. Tioltots $3.00. Tickets can be procured of Sol. "Wise at N. Fisher's Store.