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JACaSONYIlLJUACISON COUNTY OREGON
One copy. Per Tear, In advance, S3 50
VOL. XXVII--NO. 50
T. R. YOUNG, M. D.,
Physlcan And Surgeon,
Central Point, Oregon.
Calls promptly attended to at all hours.
f. P. PRIM,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-A.T-LW
Will nracticc in nil tlie Courts of the
ai. . ir.n..n
lni, corner of (
G. II. AIKEN, M. D
DETCSICIAN AND SURGEON,
nrome onpo:t r. J. r.y' ttore.
J. W. U0BINS0N, H. D-,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OFFICE At Dr. Vrooman's Dispensary.
Residence on Fourth St., opposite M. L.
Calls promptly attended to, day and night.
MARTIN VROMAX, M. D.
DHYSICIAII AND 3ORQE0N,
Office up-stairs in Orth's brick,
dence en California street.
C. F. DOWEL!.,
AtltHwIntH plaeedliimvli-in'UwM XKtUt prompt
ttonttoa. 3-SpccUl attention given to culloc
tloni. A. L. JOHNSON,
Notary Public, Real Estata Agent aM
.y K2s-- i:
I mftfct cnnTcynDCinpantl furnishing ab
stracts ot land titles a specially. Loins
jnezotintcrt and collection msde. All
lrastncss intrusted to my caro will receive
prompt and careiul attention.
r-T-EETII KXKt7TED AT AI.l.
I !ipnm. Lnrfilnc ra J-
miiitterft.lf J"irJ,for wliich extra
OBc an re.llsc a corner of Callfurnla ou
. .liariru will UA tDAtlP.
A. C. BIBBS.
L. B. 8TRABS1.
A TT0SNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
Rooms 2 and 4 Strowbridje's Bnilding,
WinpmcttcetnaltCcnrti.f Record tnlti State ol
Orepin an4 WahArngtro Territory! and v par
tiaaliir attention to bnnIneM In Federal Conrta.
To nccommodi.tc shinners of Southern
Oregon the Oregon and California Rail
itmd Company has hired the large vrare
liouso at Riddle, and storage -will be
charged nt the rate of fifty cents per ton
-per month or tictlon.il pari thereof.
Portland, November 1, 1882.
"C" B. EOSIEL,
Practical Shaving, Haircntting-
Ladies and Gentlemen.
Jacksonville, Dec 11, 1877.
C?fCa 'w'ec 'n J"01"" own town.
So outfit free. Address H.
ilALLETT & Co, Portland, Main
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J. NUN AN,
California Street, Adjolnlns
HOLT'S NEW HOTEL,
MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' I
Latest Pattern and made from
DD0E. & DKMIN OVERALLS AND
SHOES, ETC., .
LADIES', MISSES', CilILDREN'S
KID & CALF SHOES,
MEN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS; ALEXIS
TIES AND BR0UAN3.
All California BSakc
A full Assortment of
ladies' Dress & Fancy Goods,
Also a large line of
Men's and Boys' Hats.
Gentlemen's Undcrware, Suspenders &c,
I also keep a full line ot
Coft'ee, Tea, Sugar, Spices, Canned
goods or every description, a full assort
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
A large quantity of
Crockery and Ghswarc,
All of which I will sell
Estraardinary Low Prices.
Sly motto will be
lQUICl&LJJ&Zd syjtf,L?M)FIT.hFUh it7-
Country Px-oduce taken in exchange Tor
I am alsb agent for the following Stan,
dard Insurance Companies :
Foreign Imperial, London, Northcn and
. Kortign Iondon and Lancashire,
Home Fireman's Fund.
Home State Investment Ins. Co.
Home Commercial Jns. Co.
Home Western In. Co.
Traveler's Life and Accident ofllartford
Itisks taken at lower rates than any
Agent in Oregon, and will guarantee in
case of loss, prompt payment.
Livery, Sale & Feed Stable
Haiti St., Asliland.
pHEUNpERSIGNED TAKES pleas
L urc in announces that he has pur
chased these stables and will keep con
stantly on hand the very best
saddle house''. uugcies and
And can furuiih my customers with a tip
top turnout at any time.
n oils i:s coirduj
On reasonable terms, and given 'the best
attcution. Horses bought and sold and
satisfaction guaranteed in all mv trans
actions. HENRY NORTON.
- -THE ASHLAND- -
Woolen Manufacturing Co,
Take pleasure in announcing that thev now
have on handj a full and select stock of
Made of the very best
And of which they will dispose at very
Orders lrom a distance will receive
prompt attention. Send them in and give
our goods a trial.
Ariilasd Wonr.KK MVo Co.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
MAKES a specially of cleaning and re
pairing watches and clocks. 3Iy
charges arc reasonable. Give me a call.
GryCI v week. $12 a day at home case
fi) lvmade. Costly Outfit free. Ad
dress Tubs & Co, Augusta, Maine.
jackson ville, Oregon December ig, iss2.
Awarded in 1877, at Pliiladtlphia.
For Excellence, Parity
Evcness of Quality.
SUPERIOR TO ANY
This is a "Whisky of Super
ior Quality, as has never been
on the market in any country.
This article SHUULD not
be classed with the so-called
Compound of this Coast, but is
is of n rich, rare flavor and full
bodied, and NO I3LENDKD or
COMPOUNDS can compare
Distillation of 1875 and 187G
S3IIIMZ & TON BARGES,
For sale by Caton & Garrett
Jacksonville, and White Bros.,
Rock Point, Thos. Chavner, of
Rogue River and N. Cook of
Willow Springs, Jackson Co.,
In Ryan's Building.
HAVING fitted up this establishment
and supplied it with a full and fresh
assortment of pure
Drugs, Chemicals, Etc.,
I am prepared to compound all prescrip
tions in a prompt and careful manner at
Those desiring my professional services
will find me ready to attend to all calls.
" "Jacksonville, July l,1832r-
JJTD DEALER IS
COFPZIV ' TRIMMINGS.
J shortest notice and cheaper than at any
other establishment in Southern Oregon.
Furniture of all kinds kept on hand or
made to order.
Stock Farm for Sale.
The undersigned offers 400 accrs of lana
for sale. 150 acres are under fence, and a
good duelling and two barns will befound
on the farm. The place is alsowell wood
ed and supp'ied with plenty living water.
For particulars enquire at this office or at
Phoenix of P. W- Olwell.
Jacksonville. lunc 24tlr, 1882.
The undersigned offers Whiskey for sale
in quantities to suit customers at $3 per
gallon or $1 per. quart, .at the Eitgle Brew
ery. Iiger Beer for sale and delivered at
the usual price.
Ku. J. Wbttzsxx.
flMaryji1 .." jw jM.awwaBWayisamiiyi'MP g
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Remember that eTcryreaL'-Singer" Sew
ing Machine has this Trade! Mark cast in-
to the iron stana ana crceddea in the
arm of the machine.
Any machine now beingofTered fir sale,
and represented to be Singer Machines,
but not having the Trade .Mark above re
fcired to, arc not machines of our (banu-
faclnre, and wc hereby caution the public
against purchasing, except from our only
E. E. GORE.
as he is tho only person who has the
GENUINE SINGER HACHINE5
for sale in Jackson Cbnntv.
THE SINGER MFG. CO.,
W. B. Fry, Manager, Portland.
THC SISTERS OF THE HOLY SA3IB.
THESnOLASTICYEAP. QP THIS
school will commence about the end ot
August, and is divided In fon;csess!ons,
of eleven weeks each.
Board and tuition, per term, $10.00
Drawing and ptinling 8.00
Bed and Bedding . . 3.00
SELECT DAY SCHOOL
Primary, per term,. -.... 5.00
j uuiur, - .
Prcparatoy " ...
Pupils received at anv timi
attention !s raid to pnuicnlsRlM
Iwhalf of children who have'
time. For further particull
Piles! Piles! Piles!
A SURE CURE FOUND
NO ONE NliED SUFFER!
A sure Cure for Rlind, Bleeding, Itching
and Ulcerated Piles has been tficoveroil
by Dr. William, fan Indian Remedy,,
called Dr. William's Indian Ointment. A
single box has cured the worst chronic
cticsof25or 30 years standing. No one
need suffer five minutes. tiler applying this
wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions in
struments and electuaries do more harm
than good. William's Ointment abxrbs
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 of the private parts, and for nothing
Read what the Hon. J. 31. Cofllnberrj
of ( Icveltind 'rys about Dr. VfilHiiuTd In
(Finn Pile Ointment: I havCjtised scores
of Pile i uics, and it affoids me pleasuiT
lo say nat I liave never lounu anything
which gave such- immediate and perma
nent relief as Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. For.sale br al' druggists or mailed on
receipt of price. $1.00.
HENRY & CO.. Proprietors,
Hodge, Davis & Co., Wholesale Agent.
OROSBTS RED FRONT,
jiu6sf Bramte Xm
CANDY & NUTS?;
Having Just opened a fresh and complete
line of articles usually found w a variety
store, I solicit a fair share ot public pat
ronage, assuring satisfaction.
D W. CROSBY.
C. H. REED,
House, Sign, Carriage cud Fancy
ALL KINDS of groining done. Satis
faction guaranteed. Orders left at
the New State Saloon will receive prompt
Thr lw!t ot Insrer beer alwarSr kept on
hand and readyfor sale by the keg or
LOOK ODT FOS THE
And Con't ?oa
Clieaper Than The Cheapest
BJo trouble So Show Goods.
CALL AND SEE ME,
Next Door to P. O.,
THE U. g. IIOTELa
Cor. 3d and California Sts,,
Jacksonville - - Ogn,
JANE HOLT, Proprietress.
3. & C. Stage House
ACCOM MODATION R
WEALS AT ALL HOURS.
ROOMS TO LET BY THE DAY,'
WEEK OR MONTH.
Prices tTary SSodorate.
VUR NEW HOTEL BUILDING BE-
'ing completed lor occupancy, the tin.
(iersjigneu takes pleasure in announcing
that we are prepared to entertain thu trav
cling public. No pains will be spared to
provide for the comfort of onr guests and
to make them feel at home with us. The
most modern improvements have been In
troduced, and the accommodations of the
United States will not lag behind the liest
appointed inland hotel on thiscoast. Our
tables will always In supplied with the
best the market atTonls anil served in the
best style by a eorpi ot obliging waiters.
The beds and bedding arc all new and
fitted up in the most comfortable style,
suited to the accommodation of sinde oc
cupants or families. JANE HOLT.
Jacksonville, Jfarch 5, 18S1.
Los3 of Appetite. Bowels costive. Fain in
the Head, with a dull sensation in the
back part. Pain under the Shoulder
blade, fullness after eatinp, with a disin
clination to exertion of body or mind.
Irritability of temper. Low spirits, with
a feeling of having neglected somednty,
"Weariness, Dizziness, fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before the eyes, Yellow Skin,
Headache generally over the right eye,
Bestlessness, with fitful dreams, highly
colored Urine, and
TtnTS PILLS are especially adapted to
such eases, one dosa cftectssncli a chaugo
of feolingaft to attonlsli- the safTerer.
They Increase Ui AiukIIU, and cause tbe
body to-TnUe oi Flral,. thu tha system 1
Moi.lhrd, and by taoir Tnr!e Arllun on tho
K3fl5-tM-sar. Jtrsalnr HiW are-pro-dacwL
Price s cents- 33 Murray &U.X.Y.
tutt's mm DYE,
Gray Hair on Whiskehs cbanseil to a OtossT
Black by a single application or mis Dye. It im
parts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold
by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of si.
omes, 35 jidrimv st., new ionic
(Dr. ICTTS BIKTI& crViloaM. InfomnUnn 4
CxCal BaetllU wUlU auUta IK u ;gUnUa.
. THE KEMTUCKY BHEQ
Graduate and Wiiburn
Will make the season oflS83
At Or Near Jacksonville.
Particulars, with pedigree and descrip
tion, will be given hereafter. Season for
Altamont, $75; Graduate, 40; Wilburn,
AH those knowing themselves indebted
to the undersigned arc requested to call
and sett e immediately as I need the money
at once. Those who fail to sett'c bv Jan
uary 1st. 18S3, will find their accounts in
the hands of an attorney for forctd col
lection. Business is meant and all accounts
must be settled at once.
SYMPTOMS OF A
A story of Urat.iIIly and IJcaertlon.
A man said to be of tho name of
Sutton, formerly a salesman with a
prominent firm in this city nnd recent
ly employed at "Wolf creek, Oregon, as
a helper to carpenters and in the saw
mill of Henry Smith, is charged with
drunken brutality of a criminal nature
toward his wife, a woman of culture
and refinement. The affair caused
great indignation among the citizens
living in and around Wolf creek; and
jtKehfctory of the case is given asjde-
i!.,, V ""It m IfT
riaueu uy one oi n;ciu 10 an Oregon
ian" reporter. Sutton left his work
and went on a spree, and his wife,
with a true womanly heart of kindness
and love, visited the saloons and drink
ing dens until she found her husband,
when she succeeded in persuading him
to return home. Arrived there ho
turned upon her in drunken wrath,
beating and kicking her upon the head,
breas'.s and spine. A physician of
Eock Point, who is attending the in
jured woman, says that if she lives and
recovers from the beating it is doubt
ful whether she ever again will be able
to walk. Evon while his wife lay at
the point of death Sutton spent the
succeeding two or "three nights in
gambling and drinking, and then left
for Portland. He had bought a stock
of liquors, intending to open another
"dive" upon the line of the O. & C.
railroad, but hearing the expressed in
dignation of the better class of citizens
at lib treatment of his wife, he thought
better of it and sold all his right and
title to tho "tangle foot," deserting his
wife and leaving her without a penny.
Fortunately she was among kind
friends, somo of whom took her to
their home and cared for her needs,
making her comfortable and relieving
her sufferings as much as possible.
She is the daughter of a well known
citizen of California, who has been no
tified of her condition and ia now on
the wav to takfJer to-her old home.
ihc is absolutely helpless, being neith-
ei- able to see, to stand, nor to tfto her
hands. Many citizens of Wolf creek
have expressed their desire to see n
ropo around the neck of Sutton, and ho
will probably give that place a wide
berth. The above statements are
touched for by a prominent official of
tho O. it C road. '"Oregonian."
Every corpse that is taken to the
Purii morgue is now quickly converted
into a block almost as hard as stone.
The result is obtained by Carre's chem
ical refrigerator, which is capable of re
ducing the temjierature of the con
servatory, where each body is laid out
on something closely resembling a
camp bedstead in stone, to 15 degrees
below zero centigrade. At the baek
of this room is a row of stovo like
compartments, in which the corpses
are boxed up and frozen hard before
exposed to public view. As sn illu
stration of the intense cold thus arti
ficially secured, a Paris journalist, in
describing a visit to the morgue, says
that in opening one of the compart
ments theattendant took the precaution
10 wear a glove, lost "his hand should
be burnt by contact with cold iron."
The eorrse which was taken out of its
receptacle had been there nine hours,
l'iie doctor who accompained thu vis
itor Struck the -dead man on tho
1 feast with a stick and the sound was
j kt as if ha had struck c stone.
The following tablo is" something
that every farmer, old and young
should preserve. It will be found use
ful in measuring land where one of
the dimensions are given. There ore
1G0 square rods in an acre, and there
are 30 J square yards in one rod. This
gives 4,840 square rods in ono acre.
5 yds wide by 9GS yds long is 1 acre.
10 yds wide by 48 1 yds long is 1 acre.
20 yds wide by 242 yds long is 1 acre.
40 yds wide by 121 yds longis 1 acre.
80 yds wide by 601 yds long is I acre.
70 yds wide by 69i yds long is 1 acre.
GO yds wide by SO5 yds long is 1 acre.
Again allowing nine rquare feet to
the yard, 272 J, square feet to the rod,
43,500 square feet to the aero, and
we have another table:
110 feet by 39G feet 1 acre.
120 feet by 363 feet 1- acre.
220 feet by 198 feet 1 acre.
240 feet by 181 J feet 1 acre.
440 feet by 90 feet I acre.
The cost of the United States Army
for the year ending June 30, was 12,-446,442.
One ijnu lOllset r 1 ei first I nttrtloa.T $ I CO
3 monlbs .,
One-lbartaCohiain 3 mott.
6 - ..
Int Ctlnran 3 month
Discount to Yearly Advertisers.
$3 PER YEAR
Joliisalism in Missouri. In some
of the backwoods of Missouri tho
amenities of journalism are not strictly
observed. The Marble Hill "Re
flector" refeis to its local rival as fol
lows: "Tho ignorant, contemptible, mean,
sneaking, cowaruU self-important, low
flung, dirty,out!andiah, backbiting, self
styled 'politcian dead beat, whisky
bloat, backwoods bummer, log cabin
child of rnisfort'-te, beer itiCated, big
Ik. ded, soft skuiled. overrated twump
angle, who elaimslto'ediUtheiyiwiuait
papery thinks tne edUo? oHmi -fj-flector"
terribly ignorant. Let him
look at the 27 mistakes in his list is.
sue; let him remember the 'blantant'
in the issue before; and let him not
forget that ho used 'ardorous' for 'ar
duous in a leading local of his issue of
August. 24th. Oh, you dirty whelp;
you poor, crawling, creeping riper;
you dirty scum of the dirty stinking
stagnated swamp, you mean, big jawed,
slab-sided, knock kneed, bow-legged,
bankcred-shanked pup, lost, as you are,
to honesty, to principle, to justice, to
common decency; do you imagine you
you can rule God's country the bills?
Go back to tho cesspool from which
you have crawled and there remain.
Don't come out of your den to abuse
respectable people. Go to school,
Kelly, and you may learn something
yet" Kelly's reply is awaited with in
terest. Bit Pel l&ttj.
A Pennsylvania farmer says: "Now
my pet sheep is a grade merino. One
that. will weigh 90 to 100 pounds, will
shear from five to seven pounds of the
highest priced wool, ond continue to
shear the same amount until nine or
ten pears of age. From such a sheep
I will get as good a lamb as from a
Southdown. With wool at 40 cents I
will outstrip the Southdown grower at
more in number on tho same Urritory:
havs hardier sheep, and a grade I may
keep any number of without any fear
of disease. But to return to.shcep cul
ture of any grade, will surely be a sign
of prosperity to any farmer who en
gages therein. Lot us hope that the
time is not far distant wbett our peo
ple generally will consider the sheep
of more value to the community than
the dog, and may the time come when
our smooth valleys, steep hills and
rough farm? may be dotted all over
with the innocent profitable, nheep."
The following persons were elscted
trustees of Hilsboro: Woo. L. Weath
crred, T. II. Togue, J. C. Lamkin, John
Milne, Geo. Patterson; recorder, T. B.
Handfey; Sreasurere, E. M. Brown;
marshal, P. M. Dennis.
During the moth of of November,
says the Coos Bay "News," the jetty
wall at Rock Poiut was advanced 71
feet making tho extension reach a
point 254 feet from the crib work of
1880. Six thousand six hundred and
twenty-cubic yards of rocks were used
during the months in the extension,
the water being 45 feet deep at ths
outer end of the improvement. This
is the largest amount of wort accom
plished in any month since the im
provement was commenced. It h esti
mated that an extension of 150 feet
more will cut a channel through tho
north ppitr as noticeable changes are
already taking place.
Delicious jelly can be made of cider
To one pint of clear, sweet eider allow
one pint of cold water, two pounds of
sugar, one package of gelatine, one
large pint of boiling water, then add
to this the sugar, a spoonful of cinna
mon, the juice of two lemons, the
grated rind of two, and then the gel
atine. Add the cider last; then put 11
in a thick flannel hag and let it drain.
Do not squeeze it at all. Put it ic
bowls or glasses and set it away to
Oil op Pepperhest is Neuralgia
Dr. Meredith, 111 (be Birmingham
Medical Review recommends oil of
pepporment as on external opplicatiors
for allaying the neuralg'a pain, so of
ten complained of in cases of herpes
zoster, lie has used it with great re
lief to the patient even when the erup
tion was out in a fresh florid condition.
He think that the value of this remedy
in relieving nenralgia pain desrves to
be better known. "Ex."