95 OIEGOH'SCTITIHEL . T'JMI i" a;: .jRXinpMvrri . nJrr J mJ J&d nwB ADVERTISING RATEJS. 0nue IOInotltatlnrUon.TSe5 efcchsubiequentlnierUoa. .... 1 " " J " 3 monUr.:.7. "....f'JT0 ,i.tiu t "?.?..-. '.....-... ! j PUBLISHED SATURDAYS AT JlCKMSVIlllUACKSOX CODHTT OREGON KRAfUSE . TURNER. One-fonithColuin 3 months J W " 6 -" r. One-half " 4 " , 30 00 a l ,.. s oo On Column 3 months. ........,,...,. ...... 60 00 " ".' 6 " - -. d. CO A Discount to Yearly Advertlaars. iWj T C R M S-l fn eopy. Per Year, tn adrance, $3 Ml '4l JACKSONVILLE, OREGOMAY .27.' ISS2. $3 PER YE AK VOE. XXVII--1VO. 21. u i. ii m riflatiiiTnifii ii ' TPB4iy. VS'bjw B-r v "JF Src -rSru -' B - m " 4 B B Ls JNT . v y , i- PROFESSIONAL OARDS. x P. P. PRM, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOB-AT-LAW Jacksonville, Ogn... Will practice in. all the Courts of the State. Office in Mrs. McCully's build inff, corner of California and Fifth streets. 3II..AIKE$J,M.T).y DttYSICIMt AND BURGEON, JACKSONVILLE, ORKQOK. --Ofllet opposite P. J. Rjn' itort, J. NUN AIM,,, California Street, Adjoining HOLT'S NEW HOTEL, Jacksonville, Oregon, SEALER IK T. O. RKAMES.. .E. R. RKAMES. REAMESBROS., California st., TacksoBville, - - - Oregoa, j. w.r0bins0n, m. i), physician' and surgeon Jacksonville, Ogn. Office in Mrs. Ganung's building, Califor nbf street. All calls promptly iattended to day or night. MARTIN VROOMAN, M. D. DHISICIAN AND SORGE0N, JACKSONVILLK, ORBQOK. Offlco up-stairs in Orth's brick, denes on California street. Rcsi- JZ. G. SCROGGS, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offlco up stairs in Orth's brick building, Jacksonville; Oregon. Residence,' opposite the Court House. Specialty, operative, surgery and treat- ment of chronic diseases. Office hours afternoons, from. 4 till 6. B. F. DOWELL, ATT0RNEY-AT-L4W, Jacksonville, orkgox. AUtxiilniii BlM.iUmyhmdfwIII rcli prompt tt.nlloo. MfSptzM itt.atlon (! U cllie- lltni. D WILL. JACKSON, e n Tisvr. JACKROHVH.LK, OEKGOX. rTT!K'rn BXIHCTBD AT ai.i. .u.m will I. maJ.: OIHe. ki4 r.ill.Dt. crr ! viiiurni Fir ilnili. CLOTHING MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' 1 Latest Pattern and made from' OREGON CHI MMERfi DUCK & DfcMIN OVERALLS AND JUMPERS. SHOES, ETC., LADIES', MISSES', CHILDREN'S KID & OALF SHOES, MEN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS; ALEXIS TIES AND BROGANS, All California Make A full Assortment of, ladles' Dress & Fancy Goods, Also a large line of Men's and Boys' Hats. Gentlemen's Undenvarc, Suspenders &c I also keep a full line ot GROCERIES, ETC., ' . CofTee, Tea, Sugar, Spices, Canned goods of every description, a full assort ment of TOBACCO & CIGAKS. A large quantity of Crockery and Glassware, Allofwhichlwillstll DF0:Ei O.A.S3EC AT Extraordinary Low Prices. My motto will be "QUICK SALES and SMALL PROFIT." Country Produce taken in exchange for goods. AHEATAS USDAt !!' BrADOPTING -i r ' i r BUCKINGHAM-f &HEGHTS BOOTS & SHOES &52S& A CASH BAS!S;!'h THE GREATEST REDUCTION -, - IN PRICES AND TIIE LARGEST STOCK V A i - ATfFl CSLlXtlOlCL I Remember that cvcrvrcal "Singer'1 SewJ ing Machine has thisjrnide-.Marlc cast in to the iron stand and embedded in the arm of the. machine. OF GENERAL MERCIIAMHSE ! THE TT.T-1 H BUST ? And cost no more than other brands; and if the Merchant with whom you trade docs not keep our Goods, jt is because it pays belter to sell a pair of Boots or Shoes every two months than every four or five. "WE GUAR ANTEE EVERY PAIR' WE MAKE. All Merchants in good credit can procure these Goods at our Warehouses In Portland or San Francisco. Try our '-HERCULES" Patents Boots. HECHTBROS.&CO. mil 3m A. c." main. L. B. STKARNr, gibbs & Stearns, a1tt0mey8 and counsellors, Rooms 2 tad 4 Slron bridge's Building, PORTLAND, OREGON. Will wftctle ! bcurti f Rwonl In tht State or Oregon ana nninim . rC' " UnUr ttntlon to bniinau In Federal Conrtt. I am also accnt for the following Stan- dard Insurance Companies: , Foreign Imperial, London, Northern and Queen. Foreign London and Lancashire, Home Fireman's Fund. Home SUte Investment Ins. Co. Home Commercial Ins. Co. Home Western Ins. Co, r 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. GREATEST VARIETY TO SELECT FROM IK J Any On Store in Southern Oregon or northern California. ,ALL FOR CASH!! OOB STOCK CONSISTS OF FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS, FANCY GOODS, LADIES!' nUESS GOODS. CASHMERES, AND DIGONLS, SILKS. AND g p SATINS, BOOTS & JsIIOES, ' CLOTHING, E1C LADIES' GAL., MADE CIMIS THE U. S. HOTEL, Cor. 3d and California Sts., Jacksonville - - Ogn, JANE HOLT, Proprietress. O. & C. Stage House. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS. MEALS AT ALL flOURS. " KQOMS TO LET BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. Prices Very lVtoderato. Any machine now bcinjjoflercd for sale, and represented to bo Singer M.ichinerf, but not having the Trade- Mark above rc- lcirul to, arc pot machines ot our manu facture, and we hereby cnution the public againstpurchning, except from our only authorized agent, E. E. GORE, - as he is the only person who has the GENUINE SINGER MACHHiES for sale in Jackson County. THE SINGfcR liFG. CO., 3V. B. Fuv, Manager, Portland- SEVENTEENTH YEAR; ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, CONDUCTED BY. TIIE S1STEBS OP THE HOLY XAME. TnE SnOLASTlC YEAH OF THIS school will commence about the end ot August, and is dhidtd in four sessions, of eloven -weeks each. Board and tuition, per term, $40.00 Bednnd Bedding 4.00 Drawing and painting.. S.00 Pmilo 15.00 Entrance fee only once,...., 500 SELECT DAY SCHOOL. Primary, per term, ? 000 Junior, " "00 Senior, " "" Pupils received attiny time, and special attention is paid to p.iiticular studies an behalf of children who hae but limitetl time. For further particulars apply ai the Academy , ST. CHARLES HOTEL, 3cncrrrtaBd Jtorritoa. rortU4. (On tho'Europen Plan.) tHQrGUINEAN, PROP. M S - OUR NEW HOTEL BUILDING BE-, ins completed lor occupancy, tlic un- dirsigni'd takes pleasure in announcing that we are prepared to entertain me trav eling public. No pains will be spared to pnnide for the comfort of our guests and to make them ficl at home with us. The most modern impnmmcnis hiclccn in troduced, and the accommodations of the United Stales will not lag behind the lKs.t appointed inland hotel on this coast. Our tables will nlways ba supplied with the best the market adonis and sencd in the best stylo by a corps ol obliging waiters. The beds and bedding are all new and fitted up in the most comfortable style, suited to the accommodation of single oc cupants or families. JANE HOLT. Jacksonville, March 5, 18S1. (LaCe of. tho Arcade, Sacramento.) This hotel isthoroushly fire-proof. Con tains 120 elegantly furnished suits and single rooms, which have been refitted and refurnished in" modern style Free coach to and from all trains and boat. v y METROPOLITAN MH.H0TEL, . JtACANAN, - Prop. -w-Tiift rtMmTr1itnn iq tli onlv Cen. Irally Locnted.IIouse in the City of Bose " Suges arrivo at and leave the Hotel vcry;Qay.' . ...,..' Good accommodations, and ivility to all. Extra yalns taken to see that fam- llW are made comtortable. .j-A parlor for Ladies and Ladies to -wait upon them. ' ASHLAND Livery, Sale & Feed Stable Main St., Ashland. THE UNDERSIGNED. TAKES plsas JL ure in announcing that he has pur chased these stables and will keep con stantly on hand tho very best bADUIVE IlUIltllZx. BUGGIES AND CAURIAGKS, And can furnish my customers ith a tip top turnout at any time. HOSSCS BOAUDI.D On reasonable terms, and given the best attention. Horses bought and sold and bati'sfoctioji guaranteed in all my trans actions. HENRY NORTON. KEW SADDLES, SHOP, Jacksonville, Ogn. THE ASHLAND - , to. Woolen Manufacturing Co, Take pleasure in announcing that they now have on hand, a full and select stuck of KflK3 MS &30LERYj, Made of the very best NATIVE WOOL WE CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE ladlei to tho fact that we have now on hand thi" rrci't and best selectid aort ment r LADIES' DRESS GOODS and FAN CY GOODS of every description in South ern Orcpon, and we will henceforth mske tbi line or, jooi onr ipecitiuy ana sen them at Cheaper than the Cheapest. To the pentlcmen we will Fay, if jou want A No. 1 SDIT OF CLOTHES you must go to RcarooB Broo. to buy them as we claim to have the bct hTOCK OF CLOTHING In Jackson county and will allow none to un dersell us. These got-ds were all purcbafcd by a mem ber or our firm from FIRST CLASS Honse Ir San Francifco and New York, and we will warrant evcrj article and sell them as cheap for cash as any bone In the conoty. We also keep on baud a full slock of GROCERIES, Hardwark,.Cotlert, Glassware, CROCKERY. A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS FAUM AND FREIGHT WAGONS Plows, 'Gang Plows &- Sulky Plows- In fact everything from the Goest needle to a threshing-machine. Give us a call and judge for yourselves as to our capacity of famishing goods as above. The way to make money is to save, it. To save it boy cheap. To bay cheap pay CASH for your goods and bay of KISAMJBS isu.ua. DAVID LINN, Ostll-At CROSBY'S RED FRONT, JACKSONVILLE, r " Ct.VCD.BS All REB SSOYT. . - w- r " ;Ia a letter from Visalia in thollural Press, signod "J. Wi A.W.," wo take the following interesting points. i i A LIVING GLACIER. Few otourcitizens have traveled as extensively in tho Sierra Nevada of our district as has Mr. DuSy, esiiecially in the regions surrounding Mt. Goddard (1.4,000, ft.) on the head-waters of. the middle fork of Kings river and the south jfork of. the San Joaquin He describes as seen last summer by him self and party,.' what is more like an Alpine glacier .than anything; I have seen or heard of in our1 Sierra, except' the living glaciers found by John Muir on Mt. LyalL It was six miles east of Mt Goddard, on what may be called tho-Goddard ridge-s-the divide between the south fork of Kings. It was a mass of. clear, bluish ice, estimated to be SO ft. tliick at its upper or deepest edge, where a vast crevice was found, 10 ft. wide, between it and tho snow above it. It was about a mile long, and from 500 to COO yards wide. On its edges were moraines, composed of shattered slate, which Mr. Dusy- de scribes ns forming there the upper por tion of tho slope. At the lower end was a great mass of this slaty debris, which was being shoved along over a substratum of solid granite. He judged that its movement down tho canyon last summer was about ten ft, as that was the width of tho deep crevice on tho upper edge between the, ice and snow. I asked Mr. Dusy if ho and his party saw tho curious and interest ing RED SSOW. His answer was, "miles of it." ,By tho way, whilo lately in San Francisco, I had the pleasure of ex amining with Dr. Harknesi, tn rough his st rone microscope, the odd and pretty globules of thq very small mi crocopic water plant, "protococus nava lis," which gives to this snow its red or crimson color. We examined what our party brought from the red snow FOR THE Free to Everybody! AIBeautiful'Bookfor the Asking! By applying personally at the nearest Office Ot TOE SIJ.OE11 MANUFACTURING CO. (or by postal card if at a distance any nuuu pcrsou win w ruCU ll.-ll m beautifully illustrated copy of a New lJook entitled GENIUS' REWARDED, ' OR TILE ,' Story of the Sewing piachino, containing a handsome and costly steel cngravingjrontispicce; also, :k nnciy en graved wobd cuts, and bound in an elab orate uiue ami goiu jiuiograpue-u wci. TCn r.lianrc whatever isrmideibr tbihhand- some book, which can be obtained only by application at IhO prancu ana suDonunniu offices of The S'.ngcr Manufacturing Co. The Singer Manufcaturins Co. Principal Office, "34. Union Square, New York. Finest Brands ' Of CIGARS, TOBACCOS, - NOTIONS, CANDY & NUTS, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC., ETC' " Having lust opened a fresh and complete linn of articles usiiallv found in a variety btorc, I solicit 'a fair share ot publio pat ronagc, assuring saniacuuu. ?3t tiucnieacan. D,W. CROSBY. Toll -Half Price OVER THE . . - Centennial Bridge 1 ACROSS ROGUE RIVER. . JBestandMosbDirectJload. Thomas J..Knney, Prop. H AVING-OPENED .OUT A NEW . saddler shop in Langell's building, opposite Masonic ilaii, 1 am luny pre pared ?fo 'do fanyTwork.ln my line with Sronrptecss" and dispatch". Will keep on and a good assortment of saddles, bridles, hnmossL bits, snurs. etc None but the best California leather ubccL Job work a specialty and priccsto suit the times. ,,Z T.J.KENNEY. aackionvllle,jriitly-lC,'18SL' 'i SO A J j?Ujamp!cs worth 5 And of which they will dispose at very reasonable rates. Orders Irom a distance will receive prompt attention. Send them in and give our goods a trial. Ashland Woolkk MV'o Co. AND BEATEB IN corriw TzusaxEznGS. lrec. Address SnssoXA Co ,PortJand,Mc.J dress True & Co, Augusta, Maine. Criterion Billiard Saloon! CALIFORNIA ST., Tames P. BtcDamiel, Prep. THIS populai resort, under new man ngement, isiurnishing tlic best brands ol liquors, wines and cigars. The reading table is supplied with Eastern periodicals nd leading papers of the Coast. Give me a call. 1 &nfilH AYEEK. H Olv S13 a day at home case- made. Costly Outfit free. Ad- &?TrrL-cL&&lk COFFINS FURNISHED ON THE shortest notice and' cheaper than at any other establishment in Southern Oregon. Furniture of all kinds kept on hand or made to order. Hides, Skins And Furs. I will pay the highest cash price for beet hides; deer skins and all kinds of furs. Will pay ,45 cents, cash, for good deer skins. Come and sec me. N. FICKE. Jacksonville, Nov. 10, 1881 Piles! Piles! Piles! A SURE CURE POUND AT LAST! NO ONE NEED SUPPER! A sure Cure for Blind, Blccdingjitchine and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered bv Dr. William, (an Indian Remedy' called Dr. William's" Indian Ointment. A binslc "bos' has cured the worst chronic cases of 33 or 30 3 cars standing. No .one need suffer five minutes after applying this wonderful sootliingmedicine. Lotions in Rtnimpnts and electuaries do more harm than good. William's Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense itching, (particularly at night after getting warm in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives instant relief, and is prepared only for Piles, itch ing 01 the private pans, auu ior noiuing else Read what the Hon. J. M. Coffinberry of Cle eland rys about Dr. William's In dian Pilff Ointment: I have used scores of Pile Cures, and it affords me pleasure to say that I have tievcr found anything wliirh travn such' immediate and perma nent relief as Dr. William's Indian Oint ment. . , , For sale by all druggists or mailed on receipt of price, $1.00- HENRY & CO., Proprietors, Cleveland, O. Home, Davis & Co, Wholesale Agents, Portland, Oregon. The Centennial Bridge across Hogud Rivervtwo miles south ot Rock Point, will bo found to be1 on the safest and mot di rect route to and from Roseburg. Redding and lakcxounty, via. Jacksonville, being also on the valltyrond from TTibcnir and A allnncl Tlip nmnrland staMS crOSS here. Teamsters i ill find plenty of ,gratn and baled hay at the Bridge, and rrco stiblmg will be furnished to all w ho rmy stop. -THOMAS OIIAVNER. FREE FARMS: How To Gst Them. Send fcr COPP'S MINING CODE-50 et. in paper; Jr.15 in cloth, Send for COPP'S SETTLER'S GUIDE-S cU. la paprr; 7$ cenu in ciom. LATEST. CHEAPEST. AND ONLY REUAULE ManullsonlheU.S La.dand inning Law. Edited by HENRY If, COPP, of Washington, D. C. United States, State, and Territorial Mining Laws and Land OEce Regulation. , Digest of Land Office and Court Decmoni. ustsoi raiczucu "" Dr.iRayinond' Mining Glossary. Fonnsfot Mechanics Dens. Location Notices, &c terms 'WJ J? copp.s mining CODE, Putlic Land System eiflalned. How to teU Town ship nd Section Comers. How toiHomestead and Pre-emit bud. How 10 enter land ma the Tlmbef Culture Desert. Town-site, and other laws PuiUm In iCOPP-S 'SETTLER-S GUIDE. Tot eoptn rf U bSU, orrordnmUM fn j dicrlMB Con U4iIUiiiJIWlctlM,dtoMMtlw. . "ni ran to f it! namlKr ctboiu Imom prompt rtpl ) fields of the Kern region, and what Dr. Harkncss found last summer on the Wasatch mountains, in Utah. These minute globules appear as round as a ball. Tho Doctor informs, mo that they propagate by subdivisions, and that tho best way to presorvo them for examination under tho miscrope? is to melt a bucketful of the red snow, let tho coloring substance settle, pour off tho water and aa.o the red sediment, of which you will have about a tablo spoonful. Dry this and it forms a pinklsH powiler, a few( particles of which can bo moistened and mounted for the microscope at any time. What I had brought from the mountains had been kept uncorked for six months in tho watsr melted from the snow. Somo globules from this had retained their rod color; others had lost their color but retained their form. Globules Dr. H. had dried", hail tho brilliant, translucent coiorof a ruby. Except in richness of color the globules from tho two localities wero exactly alike in shape, etc., showing, as Dr IE said, thit tho plants from the Wasatch and the Sierra. ira identical, nnd are, beyond question, tho veritabltr "proto- coccus navahs, discovered urn m the Artie regions anu men in uiu -aips, and in lito years found in abundance on many of the higher mountains of Colorado, Utah and California. Married Again. A manly Mormon oho evening, as the'hun was preparing to set among a select assortment of 'gold and silver o'ouds in the 'western horizon, a manly Mormon, I say, tapped gently at tho doer of the mansion of tflelataReginald Glovcrson. The door'wos opened by Mrs. Susan Gloverson. ' "Ii this the house of the widow Glo versonl" the Mormon askedJ - ','It is," said Susan. - "And.how many is there pfshel" in; miiror flip "MnriTinn. 1 "There is about twenty of her, irii eluding me," courteously' replied the fair Susan. . "Can I'see-herl" "You can." . , "Madame," he softly said, addressing tho twenty disconsolate widows, "I have already twenty-fiv& wives whom I respect and tenderly caro fori I can truly say that t never felt love's holy ruosrixroBa' castles m trkaie. It is at this season that the old forty niner b.'gins to ialk of rpots ones known to him in California, Every spring he speaks of these pet places; but they bear particularly heavy en his mind when, as is the cass this sea son, there has been a great fall of snow, and water will be tumbling down every ravine. He probobly did notthink-much. about tho spot-whorl ho was on the ground probably did not prospect it at all but as soon as be was out of reach of "it tho place ' be gan to work in his brain like yeast in- a batch of dough, and time, more than-1 Distance, adds to the ferment. Hd can now seo at the distance of 200 miles' and after the lapse of thirty years, that in that certain little nook lies ttief fortune he has always missed securing.' He wants to go back there, and he al ways tells you ho will go back; not this' spring, however; he can't go this Spring, but -next, or at least in two or thre years. Yon can't pick up an old Californian who has not, treasured up in his mem-' ory, such a pet place. Ho dreams' of it both by day and by night, and of the two his dreams by night are proba bly the saner. That spot gives lifm comfort is his comfort and stay While he has it he still has hope. He can seo tire place just as he left it, and he is always sure that no human fcot have measured or human nys rested upon the ground since ho turned his back upon it. The chances are that not one in ten' of tho ancient miners could go within ' a mils of the places they dream of, antl even though they should reach tha very spot, the ground would doubtless bo found so torn up and dug over that' an nngel from tbe realms above could not recognize it. It is liko a page from tha "Arabian Nights" when throo or four old forty- niners, each w ith his mug of beer be fore him, start in to astonish each oth er with stories of the good things thejr know of the secret places in the old camps of California. Millions of mill ions are yet resting in these places, and the indications are that their repose will not be disturbed, and that tKeir whereabouts will go down to the grave with tho generation who first patfrfed the placers of tho Goldon State. Vir ginia Enterprise. To 1 aims Men. idleness is tho great destroyer of young men. It is sure to work out the ruin of the most talented. Givo a young man plenty to do and he is safe. Allow him to spend his hours in idle- rn2?a week in your own town. Terms 9UUand & outfit tree. Address H llALLE-rr & Co , Portland, Maine NOTICE. The next anual meeting of the stock holders of the Grave Creek Ditch and rJIininsi'o.itill bo held at Jacksonvilleon ,May uTe 21st, JA3. CHNOWETH, v Secretary. Dated April 20, 1882. 2t thrill.tilll8awthee! Be mine, bemfnel" he enthusiastically cried, "and we wijl show the world a 'strikirig illuslratlon 01 the oeauty anairuiu 01 me nooie linesj only a goo3 "ileal more so- Twcnfy-One souls witlr'a single-thought, TwcrityjoneJiearts thatbvai,aJone.r" Tiey w;erts united thoy, were. Arte- uiils Ward- ness--to loaf around bar rooms stand on the street corners or stay abeut horae1 with no higher ambition than just to eat, drink, sleep and smoke, and you lay for bim the broad founda tion of future disgrace Parents, you may depend upon it, that your grown up boys find littlo that adds to their manhood in the walks of idleness. Letter to givo them some honorable trade than to trust to chance for some windfall of luck or fortune to benefit them in after life. If young men are out of employment let this great truth be impressed upon their minds, that time, even though it brings no money, is valuable. Solf iniproveraent should bo, jteptup, so that every spare hour may bring to Its possessore some valuable acquisition. Enrich your minds by the carsful study of some good, work, for you may rest assured your labor is nono tie less for being intelligent., Better bo found. studying at borne, thereby improving and disciplining your mind, than, lo bo seen 011 the street cornera with hands in pockets, a cigar between your lips the very picture of laziness. Nothing can be accomplished with out labor. Excellence in every trade or profession depends upon it. It is not the idlers that make their mark in tie world, but the earnest, go-ahead men who never stop for little troubles or given up for great-ones, but who go forward, determined "to be, and do jomething instliis world.: young man, turn over a, new leaf place beforqyou the object -of your desires and work for it.- "Gentlemen of the jury," said a Jo troit lawyer, "there were just tbirty ix hogs in.ths drove; just- three times as mahy as" are iri tbat iury-box, gn tleincn." r'Ana he lost the case bocauso of his lovq of, mathematics clearness.