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Saturday, September 30, 1882.
Lnnd OlOccat Bnsclinrg, Oen.l
Jnnr 30," 1880. J
to all Whom It may Concrrnt
Notice I hereby cli en that I hare dots
nated the Oltr.C.OX hCXTl.VLL a the paper
In which I shall hercaflcr publish all pre
emptions, homeftteatl and nppllratlons
Tor mining patents for lands Ijliig near
-JackomIllr. Jackson county, Oregon.
W. F. I1KNJ1MI.N. Keslstcr.
Eon Sale. Several head of horses,
Beta of harness and wagons. For furth
er particulars enquire of Bilger &
Money to Loan. The undersigned
Las three or four thousand dollars to
loan on first class real estate security
Fred Otten, Foots Greek.
Contracts. Specifications for the
brick and carpenter work on the new
court house will bo made out by the
County Court next week and bids for
the same will bo received till the
Quarterly Meeting. The first
quarterly meeting of the A1- R chn
iur oiiLnbuiivinu uuu aisuianu win ue
held at the latter place on October 7th
and bin. Rev. L D. Driver, P. E.,
will conduct the services.
A Little One. Mrs. L. "W. Rogers,
-of this place, in the mother of a little
infant daughter one week old and
weighing only one and three-fourths
pounds. The little one is lively and
likely to thrive. "Tidings,"
Railroad Surveys. Engineers Dol-
"son and Hurlburt have gone to Port
land to report to headquarters. It is
likely that Hurlburt will be ordered
to locate the route from Ashland
south and Dolson's party will work
through the valley.
Increased. Pat McMahon receiv
ed intelligence this week that his route
to Crescent City has been increased to
three trips per week instead of semi
weekly. This is a long-needed and
well-deserved change and Mr. McMahon
thanks ex-Senator Mitchell for his ef
forts in causing it to be made.
Religious Items. Elder M. Pcter
son will preach the funeral sermon of
the late Henry A. Miller at the Heber
grove school-house next Sunday morn
ing, at the usual hour Regular ser
vices at the Catholic Church, Rev F.
X Blanchet officiating.... Rev. B. J.
Sharp will preach at Grant's Pass Sun
day morning and at Laurel Grove at 3
o'clock p. M.
The Distillery. N. K. Lytle has
arrangements nearly complete for es
tablishing a distillery at this place.
He commences by issuing stock to the
amount of 1,500 in shares of S100
rach. which he acrees to rrdepm in
Tight tnchs. fn;ft-ffiA lirog-tvnfk-hre
gins. The stockholders are to elect a
treasurer wno is to liare full nnancial
control of everything, and in consider
ation of this Mr. Lytle agrees to erect
"buildings and run the business for one
half of the profitB. This looks like a
"very fair proposition, and cannot well
Tesult in any loss to the stockholders,
and as the stock is nearly all taken we
expect soon to see this work under
way. Our farmers will nms a good
market for their grain if they let this
opportunity go by.
Senatorial Election. The ques
tion as to who shall represent Oregon
'in the U. S. Senate to succeed Grover,
the present i icuml ent, is still un
decided, last Thursday's ballot stand
ing 42 for Mitchell; 28 for Prim and
18 for Failing. Five Democrats
Sifers'of Josephine, Long of Lane,
Siglin of Coos, Curtis of Baker, and
Gates of "Wasco are voting with the
Republicans for Mitchell, while seven
teen of the Republicans are "standing
out" against the caucus nominee and
casting complimentary votes for Dolph,
Failing, W. Carey Johnson, TVilliams
and Hare. The Mitchell strength
holds firmly together and has gained
six votes since ballotting first began
and a further break in the opposition
is soon looked for when it is expected
that Mitchell will get enough votes to
-elect. "We will watch and pray that
such will be the case. The ballot
yesterday (Friday) resulted as follows:
Mitchell, 42, Prim, 28, Failing 10,
rest scattering. A break is looked
"for to day.
Railroad Items. We gather the
following items. from Father Blanchet
-3rho has just returned from a pastoral
The railroad runs to Riddleburg
since Monday last and freight is now
being shipped to that point.
The south end of tunnel No. 8 is in
450 feet; north end of same tunnel only
breaking in. Something like 52,000
.yards of rock and dirt have been re
moved out of the approach to the north
The south end of tunnel No. 3 is in
fifteen feet All the other tunnels are
only getting faced, but the seven small
tunnels on Cow creek are expected to
be through by the end of January next,
when the track will be laid and the
rs running to the big tunnel.
The whole number of white men
-now employed is 1,200; whole Chinese
force, 3,000 men. From this date the
whole Cow creek side will be covered
By the end of September next, the
big tunnels on Grave creek and Cow
creek will be completed, and many
overseers agree that the cars may poss
ibly run to Ashland in twelve or four
teen months. Bosses and men are
most polite, liberal and accommodating.
Railroad work is to be prosecuted in
Oregon and Washington Territory for
4ke next ten years.
For a fine hat go to Crosby's Red
Call on Plymale for a fine livery
Board of Equalization meets next
The Herlirig property is advertised
to be sold again.
Scarlet fever in Jacksonville is a
thing of the past.
John Miller keeps a fine assortment
of shelf hardware.
An effort is now being made to start
a saloon at Ashland.
Mike Colwell and wife are now resi
dents of Jacksonville.
Thos. Q. Reames will return from
Lake county to-morrow.
Dr. George Kahler of Phoenix is
reported on the sick list.
John Hockenjos is now working at
carpentering in Portland.
It commenced raining last evening
just before going to press.
L. L. Savage is now tending bar
for Lou. Zigler at Eoseburg.
G, H. Aiken made a profess-1
Visit to TKihaieburg Wis w'eekT
John Schlotzhaucr left for Portland
this week where he expects to locate.
Father Blanchet returned this week
much pleased with his trip to the rail
road. S. Cohn has returned from San
Francisco and his new goods are arriv
Wm. Bybee's band of 2,400 head of
sheep weredrivenin from the Siskiyous
Robt. Smith has gone to Linkville
to take charge of the district school at
A fine horse belonging to Pat Mc
Mahon died on the Crescent City route
Ainraen's Cough Syrup never fails
to cure if used in time and according
Chas. Winters has sold his place
on Rich Gulch to S. Booth. Consid
George Baldwin of Linkville passed
through town this week on his way to
The young ladies of Rock Point gave
the railroad surveyors a party at that
place last evening.
Chris "Wintjen who has been on the
sick list for a couple of weeks past is
up and around again.
Ed. DePeatt has been appointed
Deputy District attorney for Ashland
precinct by Mr. Kent.
Mrs. E. R. Reames was reported
quite ill this week but is now said to
be convalescent again.
A number of parties from Portland
"pave visited Southern Oregon lately
looking tor sugar pine.
R. W. Derickson at Horsehead has
got his- mill in working order and has
commenced crushing ore.
Supt. Colvig will hold his regular
quarterly examination for applicants
for teacher's certificates to-day.
Joseph Rapp of "Wagner creek
brought us in another lot of water
melons and cantelopcs this week.
C. W. Kahler and Geo. W. Stephen
son have started for Treka where they
have horses entered for the Fair races.
A wedding is announced to take
place at Rock Point on Wednesday
next. We wish you much joy, Colonel.
An order has been issued assigning
Gen. H. Schofield to the division of the
Pacific from the 15th of October next.
W. L. Record has gone to San Fran
cisco on business. R. S. Dunlap at
tends to his marble busineas while ab
sent. Ed. and George Barron brought
down a fine lot of steers from the upper
end of the valley this week for John
The Jacksonville steam flouring
mills are again running on full time
having received a large supply of
The Ashland woolen mills keep con
stants crowded with orders fnr f hpir
goods and can hardly supply the de-
Brother Nixon of theYreka "Jour
nal" expects his new power nress frnm
New York about the middle of next
Wes. Ingram of Wjllfls',iWggs
found a 25 nugget in his mines this
week and is now ensaced in looking
C. R. Townsend has sold his interest
in the band of sheep owned by Towns
end fc Graham and expects to leave
Miss Leona Hailey, daughter of Supt.
Hailey, of the O. ifc C. Stage Co., ar
rived hero last Wednesday on a visit
Chas. Hanna made his annearance
on the streets asain this week and will
soon be able to go to work. He had a
The Republicans of San Francisco
have renominated Mayor Blake, which
insures a certainty of the Republicans
carrying that city.
The robber who stopped the stage
aear Redding last week has been cap
tured and he is supposed to be the no
torious "Black Bart."
There urn si Stain lio.lrpf ?n Penn
sylvania Stalwart Republican, Half
breed Renublican. Dpniiwrntif nrnhi.
bition, Greenback and Labor. The
Pennsylvania man who can't get a
ticket to suit him had batter emigrate.
Recorder Nunan charged a man
from the railroad 10 and costs last
Tuesday for shooting a pistol in the
streets. The fine was paid.
Emil Britt started for San Francisco
last Thursday to accept a position in
Morse's art gallery where he will com
plete his education as an artist.
E. D. Foudray and wife returned
from Josphine county this week. Mr.
F. went there to attend the chancery
sale of the Josephine mine as receiver.
Charley Kohn, the Boss of the Road,
is again visiting Jackson county cus
toraers for the house of Wilmerding t
Co., and always does a good business.
Everybody that stayed out late last
Thursday night done so for the purpose
of getting a look at the comet. The
sight is reported to have been a grand
Stanley, the great African explorer,
is establishing trading posts in Central
Africa. That is a good place for peo
ple who are afraid of a rail road to em
Mr. Stewart, the Portland artist,
returned from a vis to Crater Lake
and Mount Shasta this week and re
ports himself well pleased with our
country and scenery.
Tlic TJ.S. Cb'rrjuiiJQurjL with Judge'
Deady presiding last Monday--gave
judraent on verdict against Hawkett
and E. C. Robinson, and Jesse Robin
son go hence without day.
Ed. KHppel now holds a first-class
situation in the Portland telegraph
office, his wages having been increased
and his employment being that of one
of the main night operators.
If you want a sewing Machine call
at E. C. Brooks' drug, watch, clock,
and jewelery store. His machines are
a little finer and his prices a little
snugger than any other bugger's.
Rev. R. C. Oglesby. will remain
with us another year as presiding elder
of this district. Rev. J. R. N. Bell
has been transferred to the Walla
Walla district as presiding elder.
County Court meets next Wednes
day. Contracts for the foundation of
the new Court House will be let at
that time, and some other important
business will como up at this term.
Death to rats, mice, roaches and
ants; Parsons Exterminator. Barns
granaries and households cleared in a
single night. No fear of bad smells.
Best and cheapest vermin killer in the
world. Sold everywhere.
A dispatch to the "Orcgonian" from
Los Angeles, Cal., says that the "Even
ng Telegram," a paper which is pub
lished in that city for about a month,
is about to be transferred to Portland
and published as an evening paper.
Fordyce, Neil fc Co. have sold their
slaughter house and butchering outfit,
says the "Tidings," and rented their
shop in Ashland to Messrs. Beale fc
Smith, who will continue the business
at the old stand of the Ashland meat
market. -1-' - - -
Ashland College opens on October
2d under the management of Prof M.
G. Royal and a well qualified corps
of teachers. Under Mr.Roal'sleader
ship the school will no doubt prove a
success and we hope such will bo the
case. Read the advertisement
Hon. E B. Watson and family left
for Salem on Monday last. Mr.
Watson is now the Chief Justice of thri
Supreme Court of the State of Oregon,
ana it our legislators cannot decide on
the candidates now before them, we
would suggest Judge Watson's name
for Senatorial honors.
Frank Ennis of the Serling mine
started for Portland last Tuesday on
business for the company. He informs
us that they will not be through clean
ing up yet for about three weeks and
will have sufficient water for doine the
work for that length of time. They
have made a good run this year.
The following nominations for county
offices were made ty the Republican
county convention at Yreka last Sat
urday: Sheriff, George Tompkins;
Clerk, Maurice Renner; Assessor, Oli
ver W. Goodale; District Attorney, J.
S. Beard; Treasurer, A. E.Pnine;Supt.
Schools, P. P. Peterson; Coroner, Robt.
O'Neal; Supervisors, Chas. Hovendon,
A. Smith, E. B. Edson.
A very harmonious Republican con
vention met at Vancouver on Wednes
day last, and nominated Hon. Thos. H.
Brents, by a unanimous vote, Delegate
to Congress. The following territorial
nominations were made: Brigadier Gen
eral, Maj. M. A. McPherson, of What
com; Adjutant General, R.0'Bvien, of
Thurston; QuartermarterGeueral, J.
H". Sjiithro WullaWaHaJpomnmsary
General, Chas. B. Hopkins, of Whit,
Why does not the proprietor of
Ammen's Cough Syrup publish testi
monials from those who have been
cured or relieved by this medicine?
J he answer is, the greater the humbug
the more testimonials they publish.
Ammen's Cough Syrup is no humbug,
but to prove that and let it stand on
its own merits, a 15 cent sample bottle
is prepared, which is certainly more
convincing than a testimonial from a
stranger. Large bottles, 1,00. Ask
your druggists for it.
The patent spring-bed has been re
modeled. The one for two in-abed-is
so arranged that the part the wife lays
on can be set by the husband, unknown
to the former, and it springs her out
of bed and stands her on the floor at
any hour for which it is Eet. It then
remains turned upon edge, so she
can't get back again, at least on her
side of the bed; and she won't come
back on his side, for she is too all fired
mad to come near him. So the result
is she is compelled to dress and go
down stairs and see to breakfast, and
the old man will get a rest. Oh. it's
a daisy 1
FKOH THE CAVITAX.
Salem, Septus, 1882.
The Senatorial electionstill drags its
slow length along. I still- firmly be
lieve Mr. Mitchell will beelected He
only lacks five votes, hajr.tjyo thirds of
all the Republicans andfoufDeinocrats.
The mountain will not goto tho mouse
and five small mice can easily go to the
mountain. The principle is a majority
in any jiarty should goveruf its political
action unless some good reason can be
civen why tho minority ouight to rule.
Mr. Hendricks of Lan. has intro
duced a bill .to regulate Ttha registration
of voters and to prevent-Wauds at elec
tions. A free and fair'- Ijallot is one
great safeguard to popular elections, and
prior registration has proved to be the
best mode to prevent fraucjs at elections
that has yet been delvised. Mr.
Hendricks' bill appears Jo have been
very well guarded, but the great ob
jection to it is the expenVe, and there
is no immediate necessity for it. There
is at present no great political ex:ite
ment to induce illegal verting In my
judgment this is the tinia to prepare a
good law which will prej-ent frauds in
times of high political excitements, like
those during the dark jays of there
bellion. ' , Jw f
.. ' , MORTaAOIlNDtoCTES. , ,
introduced bills to auunj tho tusess
tr.ent of taxes so that euf c.iunty in
the State will derive taxi from fche
land in their county, notwithstanding
the land is mortgaged to nontcsidents
or to the citizens or banks resiiing at
Portland or in any other county V the
State. Both bills are much better han
the present law, and it is probable the
Legislative Assembly will take tli
best features out of both bills and make
a good law on this subject Every
county in the State should have the
benefit of all the real estate in the
county to assist in paying the expenses
of the county. Under the present as
sessment lajv a man may own 10,000
worth of land in Jackson county and
still be in debt in Portland so as not to
pay a cent on his land, and the mortgage
in Portland pays to Multnomah county
a greater taxation on the money than
the land would be taxed in Jackson
county, nnd the same law. is detrimen
tal to all the counties in'the State ex
cept Multnomah B. F. DoweIl.
Onco there was a shepherd who
had charge of a large flock of theep.
They were not his sheen but he was
well paid for caring- for them. One
day when he was out in the woods
with his flock a large wolf came up,
seized a lamb and was making off with
it. The shepherd raised his gun to
shoot. Just then, he remembered that
there were a great piaiiy wolvesin the
woods and that if he idiot one the other
might revenge themselves "by. tearing
him in pieces. So he took down his
gun awl let the wolf go. No sooner
had it gone than he recollected that his
gun had been given hifirtoslioofwolves
with and thaH)i3im4la3rwouldrsurely
tli?cIjaTgj LiuV wnprTn$5jgpiia?oultbat'
he had not -used it 'At thhr he was
much troubled and tizzled himself
greatly how to get out pf the scrape.
Suddenly a bright thot ght struck him
and hn broke the gun to that ho might
prove to his master, that he could not
shoot. But his master twho was not
a fool, , rejected his exeunt, pummelcd
hioi soundly for his duplicity and drove
A moral each story slionld.liavc,
"Whether told of a l.cat or a nnn.
We leave out the moral of this,
And invite those to guess -it who can.
The Mass Meeting. About seventy
five residents of Ashland)" Eden Butto
creek, Rock Point and "Central Point
piecincts met at the latter place on
Saturday last to express their feelings
in regard to the court houbo question,
nnd passed reso utionj -lainounting in
substance that the new building should
not be constructed at the present time.
The meeting w-as addressed by Messr.
E. K. Anderson, John Baeson, Col.
Ross, and others, but the remarks
made by Mr. Beoson were not cheered
by tho audience. Resolutions were
adopted declaring it to be the sense
of the meeting that nothing tn the way
of building should bo done at present
and a central committee, consisting of
B. C. Goddard, Martin Peterson and
A. J. Daley was then appointed to at
tend to tne uusiness of canvassing
the county for a vote on the subject
and submit the results to tho Commis
"Too Tiiin" The editor of the
"Times" says he "pied" thd. portion of
the courthouse article Je.tJL'0.6 the
papers sent to the "rural;ie'stricLs,"
. lr- . ...
season for the Butte creek 3m& Sam's
vallev mail. Perhana "he will fin.J
someone who will believo him. Any
one who knows anything about a prin
ting office, however, knows that the
printers in the "Times" office could set
up the matter in question in about
fifteen minutes.and the mails for Sam's
valley and Butte creek leave Jackson.
ville on Friday morning, while the
matter was "j.ie'd," Charley says, Thurs
day evening. This "pie" business is
too old an excuse to cover such a case
now-a-days. Printing is not such a
mystery to common peopWas it was
100 years ajo. "Tidings."
A Sad Affair. A fatal accident
occured at Deer creek in Josephine
county on Monday last by which Mrs.
Wagner lost her life. The accident
occurred by tho accidental discharge of
a gun which a younger brother of Mrs.
Wagner's, named Adams, was taking
from tho wall, the charge entering her
forehead and killing her instantly.
The husband is a son of Isaac Watnw
of Marion county, .Oregon, and a
nephew ot Jacob Wagner of Ashland,
and the family were on a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. Adams of Josephine count
at the time the parents of "the de
C. C. W. K.
Editor Sentinel. Chinamen on
the C. C. Wagon Road are on another
"strike." Thisis the fifth strike, losing
in" all 16 day's labor, during which
time our bosses had nothing to do and
our camp expenses have gone steadily
on. For the last six weeks they have
done no good and one boss could do no
more with them than another.
In the commencement we signed
articles of agreement with them but
they have not complied with that agree
ment in any of its provisions. In that
agreement they agreed to work "ten
hours per day honest labor," whereas
they havo only worked nine and one
half hours per day and no amount of
threats, talk, or sending them back to
camp would change it
It is a well known factf that Mr. H.
Gasquet and a few of his fossil hire
lings and the Chinese packers have by
every means known to dirty workers
fought this road' enterprise, and they
are still -fighting it.
Thev think to injuro us and at the
same time play into their own pockets.
China Fawn went out to the road Sat
urday. To-day wo receive the follow
ing note from our bosses:
phinamenon another strike, demand
settlement for the ten day's labor
which thev hae performed since last
scttlcmenL-: - .-, -
Fawn and Bisr Yen sav tw Chinn-
Z.- i. -K- .t , - ,
luca Hutu an uui ui vi. o per uny to
dig ditch and that they want the same
of us with full settlement."
Fawn is a China merchant here who
furnished aSout 40 of the men out
there at work for us. Big Yen is our
Chinese bosft. Wo will not accede to
In conclusion would say that the
length of time necessary to construct
tie remaining five miles of road and
repair the old road is now somewhat
uncertain, but one thing is certain, we
have "started in" to build a road to
the coast and "by the eternal" wo will
build it and we will build a first class
road in every particular as soon as it
is possible for us to do so, and Mr.
Gasquet and his fossil hirelings cannot
prevent it There are a few fossils in
this county who deem pack trails
good enough, but for our part we want
a good Wagon Road and now since no
ono else would build a road, nnd the
hardship has fallen upon us, wo will
bui'd it, and where we cannot repair
tho old road so as to make it good wo
will .make new work.
Wo enclose herewith another very
threatening letter received from the
fossil chief and we request that you
publish the same.
Haity Camp, Cal., Sept. 2G, 1882.
J. Wimer &. Sons,
Whn thcreis a chance for litigation,
before it comes to a law suit, I always
exert my best efforts to compromise.
I hope to find you in the same disposi
tion. I therefore make you the fol
Iu consideration of tho two miles of
the road built by ma on the Howard
surrey in the county of Josephine;
State of Oregon. That you will make
the firo two miles of your road, after
lean ing the Howard survey goinj to
ward Robin west free of toll making
it eight miles of Josephine county road
free of toll instead of six miles.
Respectfully, H. Gasquet.
P. S. If this compromise does not
suit you, I would pioposo to settle tho
matter by arbitration.
When Mr. Gasquet fc Co. said they
were going to build a road notwith
standing it wastogo viaGasquet's place
we subscribed to their paper the sum
of five hundred dollars cash, as a gift.
Mr. Gasquet told us several times that
he would not put a thing in our way
on our road and even subscribed 23
himself, but since then he says he had no
idea wo meant to build a road.
J. Wimer & Son3.
Yreka Races. Thefollowing horses
have been entered for tho Yreka races
to begin next Wednesday, the list be
ing copied from tho Yreka "Journal:"
Stephenson, from Jacksonville, was
expected last night with Professor and
a number of Sir Walter colts.
Beach, from Linkville, will also ar
rive soon, with a full stable, compris
ing of Magcio Arnold, Altamont, Zili
phone, Sleepy John and others.
Clark, from Linkville, will also be
here with a number of horses.
Sutherland's stable Brown mare
Nellie, 7 yrs., by Peninger's Mike; sor
rel hore Dick, 7 yrs., by Whipple's
Hambletonian; bay filly Sleepy Kate,
3 yrs., by Peninger's Mike; brown colt
Tom, a baby trotter, 1 yr. old.
.Mitners stable borrol mare Nellie
man, and three others.
Rich rd's stable Abdallah and sev
Tiemey's stable Yellow horse Tyler,
black filly by Altamont, and a running
Jas. Muse, from Etna, and J. P.
Woods of Scott valley are nlo expect
ed shortly with several fino horses.
Mother Illed or Salt Kli'enm.
J. W. Adams, Newark, Ohio, says:
"Cuticura Remedies arc 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 Cuticura
would have saved her life. My arms,
breast and head were covered for three
years, which nothing relieved or cured
until I used the Cuticura Remedies.
The Josephine mine on Slate cree.'c
was sold by W. B. Gilbert, Master in
Chancery, on Monday last for 3,740.
Wm. Bybee, Jr. was the purchaser.
STEPHENS-ABBOTT At the resi
dence of the officiating minister,
Sept. 24th, 1882, by Rev. A. Brown,
Mr. Samuel R. Stevens and Miss
Mary Abbott, of Wagner creek.
The Local Editor.
Who is there iu any town who does
more for tho community at large than
the local editor of itd local paper? Who
is it that labors harder and does more
unpaid, and often unthanked for work
as he Ho rejoices with you in your
prosperity, and sorrows with you in
your adversity. He chronicles your
birth, proclaims you marriago festiv
ites, and when you have paid the last
debt of nature, ho vents his grief and
frequently perils his chance for heaven
in endeavoring to. give you a clear
record whereon to begin business in
the other world; and what is his re
ward There are always plenty in a
neighborhood to curse "that blockhead
of an editor." Why? Because, per
haps, after wearying his brains for
years in getting up complimentary
notices for yourself, your family and
your business, for all of which, prob
ably you have never said "thank you,"
he has inadvertently said something
that does not strike you just right
People should remember that ho is
beset by many perplexities, many are
the axes that are brought to him for a
free turn of-the crank, and taking
everything into consideration, he omits
calling attention to but few events of
social, moral or businesss importance
hthat occur in his vicinity; and where
overytlnng concerning you is not sot
r-.Ii 1..ju ..ur-soeieft words, investi
gate before allow ing your anger fo nritw
and, nine times out of ten, it will
provo an accident.
SMITH Near Phoenix, Sept. 25th,
to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. R. Smith, a
BALDWIN At Linkville, Sept 19th
to Mr. .and Mrs. Geo. Baldwin, a
MARSHALL At Rosoburg, Sept.
15th, to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mar
shal, a son.
NICHOLS In Little Butte precinct,
Sept. loth, to Mr. and Mrs. G. W
Nichols, a son.
STINSON Near Phoenix, Sept. 22d,
to Mr. a"nd Mrs. Wm. Stinson, a
OLIVER In Manzanita precinct,
Sept 23d, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Oliver a daughter.
BLACKWOOD In Ashland, Sept.
27, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Black
wood, a daughter.
THE ASHLAND COLLUGiJ
This institution will reopen October 3,
1883 uiulr the management, of 31. G. Rot
al, A. 31., assisted by a competent corps of
Colligcatc Department, per qr $1.1.00
Academic " " " 12.00
Preparatory " " " 0.00.
Primary " ' " G 00
Instrumental Music " .... 13.00
TUITION rAYAni.E IN ADVANCE.
F r particulars apply to 31. G. Royal,
ST. CHARLSS HOTEL,
Corner Trout and Morrlton, I'orllaml.
(On the European Plan.)
THOS. GUINEAN, PROP,
(Lite of tho Arcade, Sacramento.)
Tliis hotel is thoroughly flrc-uroof. Con
tains 120 .elcg.lnt'y furnished suits and
sing'o rooms, which hive been refitted and
refurnished in modern stvlc.
Free coach to and from all trains and
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
In accordance with an order of the
County (. ourt for Jackson county, Oregon,
made at the September term, lb82, sealed
proposals wid be received at thr County
Clerk's office iu said county, until
MeiliiCMlny, October J. DM',
at 12 o'clock noon, for excavating and
building the foundation fr the new ( ourt
Louse to be built in JaeK-onville The
contractor to furnish all the materials
necessnry ami to construct said tbuuilation
nccnrdini; to the, lime and plans anil snec
. Jikatiotw-In" saU-01rk's olllte. The par
ty to whom the contract will Imj award d
is to have uie privilege of using all the
ntone under the foundation of the old court
house, and also all the stone in the walls
of the old jail that is suitable to be Used in
accordance with the plans and specifica
tions of the supervising architect.
All the material Used in and the work
done on said foundation must be done un
der the inspection and supervision of said
architect, who can be consulted nt his of
fice in Jacksonyille.with reference to all the
plans nnd specifications.
.No bid will be considered unless accom
panied by a bond executed by good and
sufficient sureties in the sum of one thou
sand (lolkrs, to be void upon the condition
that the bidder, if the contract is awarded
to him, will forthwith enter into an agree
ment and give a bond to bo approved by
the court to the amount of two-thirds of the
bid for the faithful performance of the con
tract. The sealed bids will bo publicly opened
at said Clerk's office atone o'clock r. M.on
October 4th, 1882, anil if deemed expedi
ent the contract will be awarded to the
lowest responsible bidder.
The court reserves the rightto reject any
and all bids.
HENRY KLIPPEL, County Clerk
The undersigned offers for sale his house
and lot, situated on main street. Building
new nnd made of the best sugar pine lum
ber; suitable for a store business; best lo
cation in town. This is a rare chance for
a business man and as I intend to leave the
Stale will sell cheap for cash.
Phoenix, Oregon, September 21, 1882.
Geo. "W. Brown, 48 Marshall St., Prpvi
dence, R. I., cured by Cuticura Resolvent
(blood purifier) and Cuticura and Cuticura
boap (the great skin cures) of a Ringworm
Humor got at the barber's, which spreild
all over his ears, neck and face,, and .for
six years resisted all kiuds of treatment.
F. II. Drake, Esq., agent for Harper jfc
Bros., Detioit, .Mich., gives an astonishing
account of his case (eczema rodent), which
lied been treated by a consultation of
physicians without benefit, and which
speedily yielded to the Cuticura Rsolt".
ent (blood purifier) internally and Cuti
cura and Cuticura Soap (the great skin
II. A. R 'ymond. Auditor F. W., J. & S.
R. R., Jaclt-on,3Iich., was cured of Scald
Had of nine years duration by the Cuti
Hon. Wm. Taylor, floston, 3Iass. per
manently cured of ahumorofthe fucuasi!
scalp eczema) that had been treated uh
successfully tor twelve years by many of
Roston's best physicians and most noted
specialists, as well as European authori
ties. 3VT111S. CJroxt.
3Irs. Bowers. 148 Clinton St., Qncjn
nti. speaks of her sister's chiVl jcho Was
cum! of milk crust wiiljffiliWwed' all
rcmeiiies" fnr two years . iNOw n fino
healthy boy, with a beautiful head of hair.
Frank A. Bean. Steam Fire Engine 6,
Boston, was cured of Alopecia, or tailing
ot the hair, by the CUticura Resolvent
(blood purifier) internally and Cuticum
and Cuticura Soap (the great skin cures)
externally. Which completely restored hU
hair when all said he would lose it.
Tho Cuticura treatment consists in tho
internal use of the Cuticura Resolvent,
the new blood purifier, and the external
use of Cuticura and Cuticura Soap, tho
great skin cures.
Remedies arc for sale by all druggists.
Price of Cltictoa, a 3tedicinal Jelly,
small boxes, 50. : large boxes $1 ; Ccticuk.v
Rksoi.vunt, the new Blood purifier, 1
per bottle. CuTicm. Soap (the queen of
mcdiciml and toilet soaps), 2."ic. CrJTI
curtA Medicinal Siiavino Soap. 15c.
Principal depot, "WEEKS & POTTER,
Sanford's Radical Cure.
Clear head nnd voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
ing, no rough, no distress, by usiiiifSAN
For.D's Radical Cuke.
Sneeze until your head is ready to fly
olT, eyes and no? running water, throat
purehtd and blood feverish or take San
foiu'9 ltDM"L Cure for Catarrh, aud bo
Witch Hazel, American Pine, Canada
Fir, Jlarico'd and Clover Blossoms are
what Sanford's Radical Curo is made ol.
Ono bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal
Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, in one
package for 1. Sold everywhere.
WEEKS & POITER, Boston,
Cenlli- yet effective-,
united with Healing
Balsam, render colliss
voltaic f.lkctric plas
ters one hundred timea
superior to all other
plasters for every Pain,
animation. Price 25c.
Weakness and Infl
Universal Yegeiahle Panacea
Of concentrated extracts selected nnd com
pounded from among the many Herbs
and Plants of
Natures Great Botanic Garden
For the speedy and permanent relief of
the most hopeless cases of
DYSPRl'MA, JAUSLICK, CHILLS AMD
SOUR llELCUIXO OP WIND AND OAS FROlt
Sick Headache, Constipated Bowels nnd
General Debility, and all other diseases
arrisitig from a bilious state of the stom
ach or an inactive or disordered liver,
tar FOR SALE EVERYWHERE -a
Redington & Co , San Francisco, Agents
for tho I'htiSc CoH"t.
Dated 3Iay 27. 1S2.
Jacksonville Crescent CitV
P. McMahon, Proprietor;
Stages leave Jacksonville every 3Ionday
and Thursday morninjant 3 a. jl arriving
at Waldo in the evening, where close con
nection is made next morning for Crescent
City. "When tho new wagon road is fin
ished about Sept. 15th through tickets
to San Francisco will be sold for $18 by
Express and order business done at re
P. 3lc3IAIION, Proprietor.
D.W. Crosby, Agent.
All persons indebted to the
undersigned, either bv Note or
Book Account, arc notified to
pay the same by November 1st,
lobz. 1 his is business.
Mining Claim anil Hitch For Hale.
The undcrsiened offers for sale the mirt.
ing claim and ditch known as the Cady fc
Emerson claim, in the Blackwell district.
For further particulars enauire at this
offlcc, or S. COHN.
Jacksonville, Oregon, June-10, 1882.
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