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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882.
Land OIHcent Koclinrs. Osn.l
June an, 1880.
Co nil VIkiiii It may Concern:
I Noll re It Iirrclij given Hint I have dels-
IMctl lhrOKi:o Nf.MIMX ns tin- paper
' vlilrSi I uliall Iirrrnflrr puIilLli all prt-
luptlfliK. iKimrstrail mill nppltralliiuii
It niliiiiis pairing lur laiuit IJIu; urar
irkxuntlllr. .Inrktnu nninty, irson.
iv. r. uiiviwiin. itrzi.irr.
XL '-L.'" '
Mosey to Loax. The undersigned
lias three or four thousand dollars to
'loan en first class real estate: Security
Fked Ottek, Foots Creek.
FjkTwo Years. The directors of
Ibis cJ.on district entered into a con
tra- t with Prof. jlerritt this week by
wlnth the latter is to remain in charge
"of -our public school as principal for the
term of two years at a balary of 1,500
'per annum. Good enough.
The Distillery. Appearances in-
Ficate that N. Wood has gone back on
.proposition to liuild a distillery at
It place butN. K.' Lytic informs us
, the enterprise wijj. go ahead Jievcr-
less a home obur mcrcliants pro-
IieiliI!!lCalong. e hope to see
Im n .uCF Murk Uonger ot liuen
lurncd from the Willamette valley
Ills week bruising back ten head of
pioroughbr'ed Spanish bucks, a portion
U i 1. olfr rs for sale, lhev are
jne i A oS animals and our hlieep
. en will do well to take a look at tlicm.
..It? also broifght back two lieavl of itn-
jrted thortaughbred Berkshire hogs
it li vv Lick to ltnprov e his stock.
MniiloMST Cosferesce. - This
ioflyme tit Albany tl'iis week and
Jadjfc the following appointments for
- Eugene City district: Presiding
"Llder for this district, L D. Diiver;
Jacksonville, 15. J. Sharp; Ashland,
i.ailru lioval; Klamath, L. M. Nicker-
tou Wilbarand Drain, W. llurlburt;
Astona, V. T. Chapman; Dallas, C.
AIdcion; Ilillsboroaud Ames Chapel,
J. S. McCain.
Postpoxi i. Tlie now school building
for tho Sister's academy not being
ready for occupancy the opening of the
new term of school will be deferred
one week. S'-ptemlicr 11th is the
date now set for the opening when
everything will be in readiness. This
will be the eighteenth year since t he
'"school first opened and is an institu
tirin of which the tesidents of Jackson
ville are justly prcud.
Hot and smoky this week.
County Court meets next week.
Sterling school district still wants a
The Ashland butcher shop is offered
Wise Bros, have commenced busi
ness at Ashlahd.
J. T. Layton's family have gone to
Nevada on a visit.
J. 0. Ilcald has bepn appointed post
master at Big Butte.
Through stages to Crescent City
some time this month.
Nat Lingell has gone to the Wil
lamctto on a short visit.
Mrs. Ilerling's condition has grown
worse during tho past week.
D. TX. White is building a new resi
dence on his Griffin creek farm.
E. H. Autenreith and John Tlcn
dricks returned to Yreka this week.
Samuel Egger has lots of brick for
sale and will burn another kiln soon.
The telegraph line has reached Like
view but is not yet in working order.
Eight cents per pound on foot is the
price ofTeicxl for hogs at Myrtle creek.
Harvesting is about over and the
crops are not up to the usual standard.
Joseph Hannah brought in a fine lot
of pottery from Rogue lliver this week.
Bro. Nickell steps high now a days.
"It's nico to be father," aint it, Char-ley?
Plymale supplies all the drummers
with teams when they go to outside
Money to loan on first-class real es
tate security, by Cardwell k Johnson
Turner's surveying party is now em
ployed near George Frey's place on
A. Mr. Gano iliril on Butte creek
lait week aged about 40 years. He
leaves v. family.
Dr. E. P. Geary has decided on lo
eating at Eagle Point for the practico
of his profession.
J. Hansen has gone to Waldo to
take charge of tho Wirucr Simmons
mine as foreman.
The "Times" says it issued an extra
edition this week but did not intend
it for general circulation. It's a girl
and can't vote nohow, so whv not pass
Although we have no special author
ity to speak we feel warranted in
denying the report that the Democratic
"Times" is in favor of moving the
Nort Eddings has resigned his posi
tion as stage driver and Geo. A- King
has taken his place on the drive
through town. The former will locate
Wm. Anglo returned from tho rail
road to spend a couple -of weeks with
his family at Ashland on account of ill
health, but having recovered he has
since gone back.
Joseph Goldworthy and George B
Justus of Foot's creek were in town
yesterday. They report tho mining,
season closed there for the year and"
well on their last run. Their claim is
one of tho best on the creek.
County Commissioner Alford has
entered a protest against the building,
of a new couit house on the ground
tiii: couit uotsu
. yesterday's Ashland "Tidings" in
BDeakiiit? of tho nrnnosed court hu'.lse
No knowledge that they have donej thfl county Jebt ftt llQ tJme o t!l
adoption of the constitution of the
State of Oregon, says that the availa-
blcfunds of the court arc only 17,000.
To satisfy ourselves and tho public on
hat is contrary to the constitution that this point we have examined tho rec
nrnviilen that nn countv s fti I incur a ras anu nnu me ionowinz
New Steamboat. The new steamer
'to run on Klumath Like was launched
fie other day and will soon be ready
for bushier. Her dimensions r.ro 17
feet wide on the bottom, 20 on lop and
M feet in length. Shu draws four
inrl.es of water uqvv, trill draw ten
-v.,- . ..., jf.U U . j.r-liim.rv ,vid vif&tee'i
J .ches whui loiidnl. The machinery
rfiom the iieatut r General Howard will
i e placed in the new boat but a stcrni
vh-el instead of n propciler will lie.
Uned. It is also intended to clear
Wood lliver of oWiuctions when it
"will be navigable to a point cue half
Inilo fioin Fort Klamath when the
'boat will be able to do good s'irv ice.
Pioxeeu Society.-The next re
union of this Society, will be held in
Jacksonville, on the 15th. of this
month and it is expected that theiu
'will So a largo attendance. Th com
mit tees appointed, propose to make
the occasion, at least, equal to any
previous reunion of the Society. It
-should be but no in mind by those who
.intend to participate, lhatihey furnish
nuuile supplies of provisions for the
'tKxasion. Those members who are
Himiuent for yearly dues, should not
full to pn them to the ireasurer, J.
H. Uuffer, us tho Society is mainly
dependent on the iniation feo and
yearly dues, to meet the necessary ex
'pfnses attendant on these pleasant re
A Hoy Commits Smcihe. The
"Yreka "Journal" learns fiom W. I.
Nichols, Esq., who returned last Friday
from Lakcvicw, Ogn., that a boy
named John Anmerslv, aged 12 years,
committed suicide at that place the
iirst of last week, by taking strychnine.
fllo had a quarrel with his elder broth
er, and getting slapped, felt so grieved
that he resorted to sdlf destruction.
After tho first spasm his mother in
quired what niled him, but he did not
tell, except to say it was nothing sen
ouj- On having a second spasm his ',
"mother insisted on knowing what he
had eaten, and he confessed the act of
taking poison. Doctors were speedily
summoned, but it was too late, and :
"the boy died in an hour after swallow
ing the fatal drug.
' J '''IiOLLoway's Pills Never Dpspair
Something that never fails Fever
vaud Ague To tho sick it is of little
'consequence how they are cured,
vhether from a rational view of the
"diseaso or by the rules defined for the
guidance of the profession, so long as
the cure is certain and expeditious.
To a suffering man the question on the
relativo merits of quinine or calomel ir
uninteresting. The faculty may
wrangle and discuss their various theor
ies, but Dr. Holloway's treatment dis
pcls doubt ere tho disciples of Escula
pius have finished tho first stage.
Holloway's Pills aro the only remedies
which effect a: speedy and radical'cure
, "without danger . of a relapse. Bead
iho advertisement elsewhere.
Important Caution. None are
jgenuino unless tho signature of J.
Haydock, surrounds each box of Pills
Joud Ointment Boxes at 25 cents, 62
,cents and SI each.
IJFThcrc is considerable saving by
'taking the larger sizes.
Holloway i: Co., New York.
James Brown commonly known as
one armed Brown, ai lived here yester
day f i oni the north.
Messrs. Furry and Stanley will stai t
for S.ilem next week to attend the
Mrs. Evan Jt. Reames and several
members of Genl. Jno. E. Boss' fatuily
are down with fever.
John Hailey is having the Coos Bay
'"agon roul repaired so that he can put
on a line of stages on that route.
Hub. A. Wood traveling Agent for
Mclvenney's Pacitic Coast Diiectcry,
canvassed Jacksonville this wet k.
Judge- P. P.Piim star'ted for Hah m
this vetk to lepcseiit Jacki-on county
in the senate of the Oregon Legislature.
J. L. Wilder relumed from an ex
tended trip to New York htate mid
reports himself well pleased wiih the
C.ipt S. L. Do'.son returned to his
paity on iMonuay last ami is now en
gaged in surveying from Giants Pass
Hon. M. M. Bstec of Napa rpeciev
ed the Republican nomination for
Governor of California on the lirnt
George Freeman bought another fine
horse this week and can boast of the
(inekt freighting team in Southern
Merchants will do well to ship their
goods to lloseburg for time vet until
the railroad terminus is final ly located
for the winter.
W. C. Mypr was in town this week
and reports his new stylo farming ma
chinery taking well with the farmers
of this valley.
Mitchell Brown, who was shot by
Ostennan at Hawkinsvil'e whiio in a
crazy fit, 22 days ago, died last Thurs
Joseph K Reeves and wife passed
through ton this week on their way
to Williams creek where Mrs. lteevt'
Father Blanchet returned from a
trip to Crater Lake this week and con
siders it one of the grandest sights to
bo seen anywhere.
Geo. W. Crystal has opened a black
smith shop at Wolf creek and is doing
well. II. H. Wolters has charge of a
saloon at Riddlcburg.
Parties who visited Crater Lake
last week measured the distance from
the top to the water's edge and found
it to be just 1G00 feet.
A. D. Manion has located at the
Willows Cal. Those indebted to him
can send the some to that placo when
receipts will be returned.
Tho Herling p'ace on Poorman's
creek was sold at Administratrix salo
last Saturday and was purchased by
G. W. Bergnon for $1050.
James Drum this week sold his fine
race hoi se "Gray Dick" to Frank Vin
ing for 240. The purchaser will take
him to Washington Territory.
General Sherman declares his inten
tion of leaving tho army, before tho law
retiring him goes into effect, and says
he will go to St Louis to reside.
Deputy Sheriff J. A. Wilson of
Josephine county gave us a pleasant
call this week while on his way to
Lake countv on a rusticating trip.
George Stephenson sold a two year
old Sir Walter colt to Rash Simpkins
the other day for 250. Mr. Simp
kins has taken -him to Lake county.
Tho Ladies Mite Society of the
Presbyterian Church, will beheld at
the residence of Mrs. Win. Hoffman, on
Thursday evening, Sept. 7th. All are
invited to attend.
Travel has been so heavy this week
that one drummer went out on the
Southern stage until ho met tho other
in order to bn a through passenger on
the one going north.
Chas. W. Palm, traveling agent for
tho Sacramento "Record-Union" is
here canvassing for that paper. This
is one of the leading papers on the coast
and dser'es liberal patronage.
If vou want a sewing Machine call
atE. C. Brooks drug, watch, clock,
and jeweler' store. His machines are
a little liner anu ins prices a uttie
snugger than any other bugger's.
C. W. Savage, Frank Kasshaferand
family, Julius Schmidt and L. L. Sav
age started for the railroad this week.
The former only go on a visit while
the two latter go to Wolf creek to
The Board of Trustees met at the
city hall last evening for the purpose
of considering who is to fill the office
of City Marshal for the balance of the
term, sinee Mr. Shultz has decided on
George Hursh has sold his hay farm
npar Lin.;rille to P. Stinger for $1000.
Mr. Stinger has purchased over' fifty
head of brood mares and proposes
going in'o the stock business quite ex
Max Muller started for San Fian-
cisco last Sunday to buy goods for the j
Postoflice store. Dave Crosby ofiici
atcs as stage agent during his absence
and Win. Jacobi has charge of the
Some of our road supervisors have
not yet fatten notice of the new order
of the county court for the destruction
of the daggle cockieburr and unless at
tended to at once they may have trouble
on their hands.
Death to rats, mice, roaches and
ants; Parsons Exterminator. Hams
granaries and households cle.ued in a
single night. No fear of bad smtlls.
Best and cheapest vermin killer in the
world. Sold everywhere.
During 30 days in July ami August
lll,9oS po.tnds of mail, matter p.isseu
over 'he 'railroad from Sacramento to
Redding, 77,0J0 pounds more than in
Aniil list. Nearly all of this must be
cariied noithward by the stages.
Having finished his work of making
maps for tho O it C. It R., Chas. J
llownrd returned homo this? week to
tciimin a short time. Ho will return
again soon, after the surveyors have
made further progresi southward.
Sam Yose, the old darkey known to
all tho old retidenteis, and for a long
tiiuo boot black at Schumpf's barber
shop, and town crier, breathed his last
.it the coutitv hospital on Sunday last
after a lingering illness of se.'jsrnl 3'ears.
Frof Miller G. Royal war most
heartily nominated by the Meihodi.st
Conference for tho office of president of
ihe Ashland College and Xnormal
School and W. L. Chapman was ap
pointed financial agent of tho said
George W. Stephenson and Jas. M
Donough have entered horses for the
Yreka races du'ing fair time. The
attendance from hero does not promise
to be as large as usual this year for
reasons best known to tho patrons
George Simmons and Jacob Wimer
of Waldo paid Jacksonville a v:sit this
week. They are joint owners in a
valuable mining claim in Josephine
count', but as some disagreement has
occured between them a lawsuit is
liable to ensue.
Jacob Hampton a pioneer of 1845,
who crossed the plains with Meek's
train in 1S15, died on the 9th inst at
the residence of his son, J. D. Hauip
ton, at Goshen, Lane county, aged 78
years, lie leaves a largo tamily to
mourn his loss.
Quite an excitement was created at
the U. S. Hotel one day this week by
what appeared to be on attempt at
suicide. No fatal consequences result
ed, however, and as thercseems to be
several sides to the story we refrain
from saying more about it.
A number of candidates made ap
plication to the Trustees last evening
for the office of City Marshal to fill the
vacancy caused by tho resignation of
Charles Schultz. We have heard of
the following: J. M. Payne, A. T.
Johnson and W. G. Kenney.
John Cimborsky one of tho old-time
residents of this placo, died at Soda
Springs house above Ashland on Thurs
day last in the fifty-fourth year of his
age. His remains will be brought to
Jacksonville for interment when the
Red Men, of whicli order he was an
honored member, having held the posi
tion of Great Sachem and Grand Rep
resentative, will take charge and bury
him with tho honors of tho order.
The funeral will take place to morrow
morning at eleven o'clock.
debt exceeding $5,000, except to sup
press insurrection or repel invasion.
W. L. Record has been quarrying
and hauling out stone and has estab
lished a yard for itone 'cutting on the
vacant lot oppoaito E Jacobs' residence
and has employment for two men for
the balance of the season preparing
bases for marble work in this vicinity.
According to the "Times" a county
may incieasc its debt aUout 5,000 to
suppress "resurrection." If any body
knows of any reourection, that needs
suppressing step forward and the
county will furnish money to suppress
it Thcro is no limitation ami the
"Tidings" is not to bo feared.
Ashland, says the "Tidings," wants
her town charter amended by the Leg
islature, so as to define hur corporate
authority moro clearly in- fome in
stances. A bill for this parposo was,
introduced by Representative Smith in
the Inst Legislature, but fetcioJed'
to dcatbtat thf jdosv of tjfyicir
Tho "bommitteo appointed toJiOKSr
arrangements for tile dinner for, the
Pioneer reunion have appointed the
following committee on decoration:
Misses Allie Klippol, Annie Dowell,
Amelia Britt, Is.sio McCullcy, and
Canie Beekman, and W. L. ljiljjer,
Wm. Linn, D. W. Crosby, Thos. Ross,
H. D. Kubli.
Pat McMahon has appointed D, W.
Crosby local agent for the Jacksonville
Crescent City stage line. The new
wagon road will be finished about the
15th of this month when a line of
stages will be put on between Waldo
and Crescent City. When ready for
travel this will bo the'clieapest and
most desirable route from hero to San
Mr. V. II Peasn one of tho contract-
orsohthc Ashland Linkville route,
arrived in town this week from the
north, and will make permanent ar
rangements for tho service. He went
out to Linkville yesterday with Mr.
Phillip5, and will probably purchase
i he stock now on the route, Mr. Phil
lijs wants to quit the business. The
new contractots will lose several thou
sand dollars a yea-, but declare they wil!
put the mails through. "Tidings."
Representative George returnud
from Washington last Sunday. He
looks well mid is in good health and
glad to getbauk among his old friends.
No congre.s.snnu ever returned to Ore
gon with a better record or blighter
iiroFiiects than duos M'. C Geoige. lie
bus ui.lv represented tho whole pe0
of I he-State and tliev honor him for
We arc alt proud o: hifa; :wt
what he has ilonn lut for tho pos:
tit s which h: pustotf n.s hive rev'e.i
A promimnt railroad man si rrpil
sen ted as saying: '! predict that ev'wy
passenger locomotive will soon carry a
pilot I don't know w here his'll bo
wluther on the cab or in front of tbe
cab ov er the boiler, or in front of the
boiler over what wo nqw call tho cow
catcher but he will be cariied on
every locomotive that carries trains at
a high rate ot speed, anil he will watch
the signals, switches, biidges, highways
and junctions, in id do nothing else,
while the engineer runs his engine."
Aspecial dispitch to tho "Oregonian"
ft oni M rtle cieek, under the date of
The constitutional convention met at
Salem, Oregon, and finished their work
September IS, 1S57. That constitu
tion was ratified at an election held on
the first Monday in June, 1S5S. In
th-i report of Wm. Hoffman, then
county Cierk of this county, to tho
county court, made at July term,
lBj8,justono month after the consti
tiHion was ratified, ho reports the
amount of outstanding county warrants
to bo 19,9GS.23
Then add the amount of In
debtedness tho constitu
tion provides .
that deduct tho
debt (as per
$ hund .
building fund on
To thi rfrt tf2 '"- V
iiwutoia tfie ffffcemymts '
banie amount as last year, ""
nittKes .. .-... k..v
Total at command of court.27,24l.05
Amount ur. by "Tidings' . 17,000.00
In the Mini If Ill.lory or Jlrillclne
No preparation has ever performed
such marvellous cures, or maintained
so wide a reputation, as Aer's Cher
ry Pectoral, which is recoguized as
the world's remedy for all diseases of
dip throat and lungs. Its long con
tinued series of wonderful cuies in all
climates has mado it universally known
as a safe and reliable agent to employ.
Agninst ordinary colds, which aro the
forerunners of, more serious disorders,
it acts spepdily and surely, always re
lieving suiterng, anil often saving lite.
The protection it affords, by its timely
use in throat and chest disorders, makes
it an invaluable remedy to be kept al
ways on hand in every home. No per
son cn afford t bo without it, and
those who havconco used it nev,er will.
Itoji their knowledge of its composi
tion and effects, physicians use the
Cherry Pecttoral extensively in their
practice, and clergymen recommend it.
It is absolutely certain in its remedial
effects, and. will always cure when
cures are possible.
For. Sale by all Dealers.
aB.iK.-i!H jaj .v-m.'fciKC .aw
Geo. V. Drown, 4S Marshall St., Provi
dence, 11. 1., cured by Cutieura Resolvent
'Blood purifier) and Cutieura and Cutieura
Mop (the great skin cures; of a Ringworm
Humor got at tho barber's, which spread
all over his ears, neck and face, amU.for
six years rcsistid all kinds of trcatnunt.
JONES BAKER In Harney val
ley, August 3d, by P. M. Currey,
J. P. Chas. W. Jones of this county
and Miss Jane Baker of Giant
RBAIi3-.TIn JftefofinvH August
Difference 10,2 14.05
It will be seen by the above state
ment that we have now, or will have
as soon as needed, $27,244.05 with
which to build a court house. In all
probability this will be enough for the
purpose and all this loud talk about
vVated oaths is rather previous to say
the least It might bo well for the
"Tidings" to wait until tne cons'itu-
tion is violated or somo such terribl
thing befalls us and then criticise
,-ather than to exuaubt it-i arc upon
tho wrongs which as yot exist only in
its own predictions. When the time
conies to uso money in tho construction
of tho court hoUMi the money will bo
provided and nobody hurt either.
Don't be alarmed Mr. "Tidings."
Possessyourself in patience. Waitalittle
longer and you will sec how a good
substantial court house can, and will
be built, without cracking the consti
tution, or burdening the people with
Fcai.-.Ic Covcrnmoat l'i:iiIeycs.
wifc&ktie 30th inst,, gtves, the foliowiii
David Simmons chain man for tho
engineering part v,now- surveving tun
nel JNo. o, came
4 o'clock Snurday
the exercise of his vocation bv
falling from the roof of the
to his death
He was install ily killed. This morn
i:ig his body was shipped to his homo
for burial. Deceased was highly es
teamed and a promisiug young man of
On Sunday morning, about 8 o'clock,
B. P. Smith, one of the oldest and most
respected citizens of Douglas county,
was diiving a two horse spring wagon
in company with his wife and a young
lady (Miss Band), when they were
met bv the construction train in a
narrow place where the load makes
a short curve, caused "by a bend in the
south Umpqua river, about a .mile
north of Oak Grove, tbeTieanif ooK
fright at the cars and hacked-over.ti
.. ... . - i . " At
ktone wall or ban If, 12 or ltMect per
pendicular, on the rai!road"-tnick.
Mrs. Smith and the young lady jumped
out of the wagon before it went over
the embankment; but Mr. Smith, in
trying-to save the horses went over
with them and was killed. Mr Smith
was a pioneer and aged about 52 years.
Tho paymaster has finished his mis
sion and returned with an empty wallet
to Portland. On this trip he put a
very largo amount of money in circula-.
ticn. On Monday last at 10 o'clock
p. M. the track layers resumed work,
having been detained for about two
weeks on account of scarcity of mate
rial. They will not again be detained
on this account as they now have on
much available material as tbey will
need this year. They are slowly and
steadily moving on toward Biddle,
which point will probably be reached
before another issue of our paper. The
piincipal part of the grading is finished
as far as it is intended to lay tho track
this year, but we are infoimed somo of
the heavy grades will not be finished
before another month. Every man "is
moving on under the ruling power of
one mind, just as fast as money tand
willing bauds are able to push' It.
Keep your eyes open, you Jackson
couuty people. "Plaiudealer."
An effort was recently made by a num
ber of ladies to procure situations in
Home of the various Government ofil.es
at iVa .hington. Tho eflort failed of it
purpose, as none of the applicants wore
ppointed. Hits w) mcenseU those in
terested, that a secret society, consist
ing of the would bo clerks and their
lady friends has been organized for
the alleged purpose of collecting in
formation, concerning those politicians
wlio aro instrumental in procuring ap
pointments for improper persons.
When a sufficient amount of informa
tion has been procured, the society will
The political traders in offioe, who
have incurred the enmity of this society,
would better make peace with it as
soon as possible, or they will find their
misdeeds displnyed in most distressing
prominence before their constituents.
If this society does not create a breeze
that will air the skeleton in many a
pwliliciun's closet, then woman's wit
and woman's will have been "greatly
It is a shame that thero arc not
more women employed in thoQovern
incut offices. The work "is usuilly
light and well suited to woman's hands.
and experience has shown that the few"
women who ARE employed, do more and
better work than the men. There are
thousands of worthy women, eking
out a slender existence as saleswomen
or dress makers, or wearing life out
in thehard drudgery of household service
for wages that hardly hold them above
want, who aie fully competent to do
the work in Government offices, now
done by men. These women should
aud would, receive Government ap
pointuients, if the miserable, self seek
ing, political trading that controls and
dictates these appointment, could be
sw.de to give ploee iwJawie p"1
icipltfs, to my nothing of equity and
Jt&llicr Hint or Salt rU:cu:n.
J. W. Adams, Newark, Ohio, says:
"Cutieura Remedies aro the greatest
medicines on earth. Had the worst
case Salt Rheum in this country. My
mother had it twenty years, and in
fact died from it. I believe Cutieura
would have saved her life. My arms,
breast and head were covered for three
years, which nothing relieved or cured
until I used the Cutieura Remedies.
i9TiufiHir S- "
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NICKKLL Tn JactawariHe; -Auiit
29, 1S82, to tho wife of Chas. ek
ell, a daughter.
JOHNSON In Rock Point precinct,
August 19th, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Johnson, n daughter.
NICHOLS -Near Eagle Point, Au
gust 10th, to Mr. and Mrs. Thod. E.
Nichols, a son.
MANSFIELD In Jump oft Joo pre
cinct, Josephine county, August 11th,
to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mangficld, a
PLANTZ In Edin precinct, Au
gust 2Sth to Mr. and Mrs. John
flantz, a son.
TIC12 In Willow Springs precinct,
August 15th, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred.
Tie?, a son.
HULL At Ashland, August 19th, lo
Mr. and Mrs. P. Hull, a son.
MeMAHON In Jacksonville, Au
gust 31st, to Mr and Mrs. P. Mc
Mahon, a son.
EMERSON. At Latham, Oregon,
August 29th, 18S2, Lester N. son of
B. W. and D. C. Emerson, aged 3
year.s, 3 months and 5 days.
MTURY. At the family residence
near Jacksonville, of scarlet fever
Effie M , daughter of Col. R. F,
Maury aged 15 years, 2 mouths and
VOSE At tho county hospital, Aug
27, 18S2, Samuel-W. Yose, aged 71
CIMBORSKY At Soda Spring?,
September 1, 1882, John Cimborsky,
aged ."H years,
F. 11. Drake, Ii.q , agent for Harrier &
I'ro., Dctiolt, Mich., gives an astonishing
nveount of his case (eczema rodent), vhicK
h ! bee.: treated by a consultation of
pin sieians without benefit, and which
spei'lily yielded to the Cutieura Ri'solv
ent (1 'ootl puriticr) internally and Cuti
cum s.-d Cutieura Soap (the great skill
cure) t -eternally.
H. A. K MiMil, Auditor I W., J. & S.
It It. , .Tact- on. Mich., was cured of Scald
H.-ad ot' nim. years duration by the Cuti
Hon. Wm- Taylor, Roston. Mass. peri
mnnently cured of ahunorof Ihe face and
scalp eczenn) that had liecn treated urn
successfully tor twelve years by many of
Boston's best physicians and most rioted
specialists, as well as European attthori:
3Irs. Rower, llo Clinton St., Cincin
nati, speaks of her sister's child, who was
cured of milk crust whicli resisted all
remedies for two years Now a fine
healthy lioy, with a beautiful head of hair.
FrHnk A. Hrn. ?tenni FtreEnginoC.
Bmton d cht.-U of Ai'-'HriH, or Uuiug
& the hair, by tbe lAitifura RfsolTent
(WxkT purfffT interm.V.y Mt ClBtJeura ,
nd Cuticurtt Rip (tbe irroit Kin euros)
externally, WYiirh eompletelv restored his
hair when all sshl he would loe it.
The Cutieura treatment consists in the
internal uc of the Cutieura Resolvent,
the new Wood puriticr. and the external
use of Cutieura and Cutieura Soap, tho
great skin cures.
Remedies are for sale bv all druggets,
Trice of Ctmcur.A, a Medicinal Jelly,
small boxes, oO. ; large boxes $1 ; CcticurA
IlEsoi.vr.NT, the new Mood purifier, $1
per bottle. Ci rfiTRA Soap (the queen of
medicinal and toilet so.ips), 2.1c. Cirri
crr.v MnmciNAi. Shavino Soi ISc
Principal depot, WEEKS & POTTER,
2S USk 13 53
ssa y.y r7 ui
it. rj m r Ef tn
NEW A DYER 1'ISEM KNT3.
Land Office at Rosbbcro, On., I
August 2.), 1882. i
Notice is hereby cien that the follow-
inirimmnl settler has tllid notice ot his
iniiMion to make tinul proof in suprort ot
his claim, and that said proof will he
nude before the Jiuls or t Itrk of .lack.
son C- at Jacksonville, on l'ridny Oct.
Clh 182, iz: John McDaniel Homestead
No2ti0i for the S. H of S. W. f & Lot 2
si-c lo T, :U S. R. 1 West. He names the
following witnesisea to prove Iim continu
ous residence upon, aud cultivation of,
said lsud, vi.: AV. It. Johnson, Frank
Johnson, 1). P Mathews, of Etu;le Point,
and II. It Brown, of Brovvnsborough, Jack
son county, Oregon.
Wm. V. Bmymis, Re-i.lcr.
mora s Hadicai cure.
Clear head and voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
ing, n rough, no distress, by usiug San
koiid's Radical Cckk.
Sneeze until your head is ready lo ftf
off.cjcs and nose miming water, throat
parehid and blood feverish or lake 8N
Foun's Radical Cuiil for Catahh and bo
Witch Hazel, American Pine; Canad.-i
Pir, Mango d and Clover lilossoflis are
what Sanford's Radical Cure- is math? ot.
One bottle Radical Wtire, one box UuUrrhnl
solvent and S.iiiford's Inhaler, in one
package for $1. Sold everywhere.
WEEKS & POTTER, Boston,
iy Gentle, yet effective,
SYMPTOMS OF A
rpv n rnirai
To all who are suffering from the er
rors and indiscretionsof youth, neivous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
tc, I will send a reciepe that will
cure you, free of chahge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self ad
dressed envelops to the Rev. Joseph T.
hrnixs. Station D, New York City.
ReUoioUs Items. Elder M. Peter
son will hold services at tho Mound
district school house on Sunday morn
ing next .... Rev. F. X. BlanchH holds
services at St Francis' church atEiglo
Point next Sunday, nt the usual morn
ing hour There will be no services
at the Catholic, Presbyterian, and
Methodist churches in this place next
Ii03sof Appct'to, Bov.el cost vo.l'ainin
tho Heed, with a i'u!l ransition in tho
book paot, I'll a un er thn Shoulder
blade, fullness after eaunr, with a disin
clination to ej-ortion. cf fc dy or irand.
Irritability of tauipvr, Iiow p rit, with
a feeling of having neglect -d gotcoduty.
Weariness, Diszine s i'lutt8nni at tho
Heart, Dots befoi o tho eyes. Yellow Skin,
Headache generally ever tho right eye,
Kestiossness, with fitful dreams, highly
colurcd Unno, and
CONS T u- t Iwrx,
TXTT3 1' IlXSnro cpcnallj atlaptta to
sucli cnscA, ne doso clloct s such : change
of feeling its to astonish tlio suOcrer.
Thv lamsae th Apprtlto.nml cause the
txxlv lo TnUo on Flmli. tliu-4 th- sj-stcm I
o:irHlt?i!. n" I by t'i rToiile trtioii on the
liltmilre Uriami, llcculnr fc(ool an- rr'K
OJivil. l'l.cc ij tents. 3.1 riuriaj M.. J. i.
united with Heahii"
15a Nam, render coi.uxu
voi.T.vn ni.i.cTitic phis
ten one hundred times
:.. I.. ..II rttlioi-
S, H"l fclllt'IHl I" '" ""
''L le-ri:J 'nl..uti.ra fur everv Pain.
Wnknc-ts and Infhinmation. Price 2oc
Universal Vegeluhle Panacea
Of concentrated extracts selected and com
pounded from among Ihe many Herbs
aud Plants of
Natures Great Botanic Garden
For the speedy and permanent relief of
the most hopeless cases of
DYiPKl'aM, JAOMIICB, CHILLS AD
I.-I.ATUI.KMJY, AND ACIDITY,
SOCK 1IEI.CIIINO CF WISH AND OAS FHP.t
Sick Headache, Constipated Rowels And
General Debility, and all other diseases
arrising from a'bilious state of the atom
neb o.- an limetive or disordered liver.
tr,- FOR SALR EVKUYWIIKItE -a
Rxilington & Co., San Francisco, Agents
for the P.iei tie Coast.
Dated M.iy 27. 1S32. . ,
Jacksonville Crescent City
P. IvIcMalion, Proprietor.
OB.vvIlAiBon WmKr.r.s chanced tonCLOssv
ly Druggists, or sent by etprcss on receipt of SI.
OFFICE. 33 3ICRUAY ST., XEW YORK.
(Dr. TCTTS BilCAt
riaftl tttlfU wUlki
r- - - -- - -
Stages leave Jacksonville every Monday
and Thursday liinrninjru at II a. m. arriving
.t W.ilih i.i ilin iTi-ninir vvlii're elo.se con.
BwcKbynrtnBlenppltlonnftnuMvK. Itlm- . ,- ,,,, ,.., ,m)rn:nrr Crcscbnt
irua natural cutor, ucis Aintiiniuiieuuaiv. ouiu - -' ........ ..-...- , --
WJien the new wai;on ro:iu is nn-
Dr. TLTrS BAICAL of TutoitliU l3fonnUn antlX
iiiica KtLAb oa ppucauun.jr
Union India Rubber Co's
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS!
T.p nro tho Ilooti are ntnnipe.1 CKACK rr.QOF
cm Iho heels, an.l hire tho I'UKK OUVI SPRINGS
nn th Tiiot ftn.I Instpn. ulildi TiroTentl their cmcklll -
or breaking We arc n iw m.kitij; them with UU II
nElt AND ASBESTOS S1m Ii!h will mae them
Int more than twice a. long as any Rubber Uoot9
rOB SAI.K HY ALL DEALERS.
AT.L KINDS nURtlKIl HKLTINO, IV CK1NO HOSE,
Goodyear Subbor Go.
It. II. PEASE, Jr. ) . ,
S.M. UUXYOX. fASca,s.
iihitl rthoul sept. i. mi inrouqii ticKcts
to San Francisco will be sold for $18 by
Express and order business done at re
P. McMAIION, rrrtprietor.
All persons indebted to the
undersigned, cither by Note or
Book Account, are notified to
pay the same by November 1st,
1882. 1 iiis is business.
31JnI:is Chilm nnil Illicit Fr Snle.
Tiie nndersifrned otrcrs for sale the miii
itiR claim and ditch known as the Cady &
Emerson claim, in the Blackwcll district.
For further particulars enquire at this
office, or . COHN.
.lauksouvillc, Oregon, .lime 10, 18S2.