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VOL. XXVIII-NO. 1
T. It. YOUNG, M. D.,
Physlcan And Surgeon
Central Point, Oregon. '.
Calls promptly attended to at all hours.
P. P. PRIM,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Will priet!cc,inMl c.t Courts of the!
Slate. Ofllcs in Mrs. McCullv's build-1
iuz, comer of California and Fifth streets.
J3. II. AIKEN, M. D.,
DHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
aa-Offlc oppoalts V. 3. Kyan'a (tore.
J. W. BOBIHSON, M. D-,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OFFICE At Dr. Vrooman's Dispensary.
Residence on Fourth St., opposite M. E.
W.ls promptly attended to, day and night.
MARTIN VRGOMAN, M. D.
DHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office up-stairs in Orth's hrick. Resi
dence en California street.
B. F. DOWELL,
VLIlboilnem pUcfctln my htndjwlll recelro prompt
attention. 3-Speclal attention glfen to cullec
tlons. A. L. JOHNSON,
Notary Public, B.:al Estate Agent and
-iTnc;X-3C;ii. JLici 02.
I .Tiake conveyancing and furnishing ab
attracts of land"lillc a specialty. Loans
3ie-otiatcd and collections made. All
"business intrusted to my care will receive
prompt and careful attention.
TEKTO KXK ACTED AT ALL
uiur. Laughing giu ad
imlnlitfrca.lf Jrlrnl,fr which extra
J.li.r.. Will bfl lU&lla.
OIBcs anil reildeaco on corner ot California and
.A. C. OWBS. L. B. STKARXf.
GIBBS & STEARNS,
TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
Rooms 2 and 4 Slrowbrhlge's Building,
97111 practWa In allOmrti af Record In the Stataol
Oregon and Wahnlilncton Territory; and pay par
tiealar attention to bnaloeai In Federal ConrU.
I ,1 ,n j M .1 '.-,!," n -i .'"J
To accommodtte shippers of Southern
Oregon the Oregon and California Rail
road Company has hired the large ware
lionsc at Riddle, and storage -will be
charged at the rale of fifty cents per ton
Ter month or factional part thereof.
rj 1 . n r,T i11.
G. F. & P. Agent, O. & 0. R. R.
Portland, November 1, 1882.
0" B. R0STEL,
Practical Shaving, Haircatting
Ladies and Gentlemen.
Jacksonville, Dec. 11, 1877.
jtf On week in your own town. Terms
JjOOand $5 outfit free. Address H.
Hallett & Co., Portland, Maine
California Street, Adjoining
HOLT'S NEW HOTEL.
MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' 1
'.Latest PitlernC r)3,l?- fc-V
OREGON CITY CASSIMERE
DUCK & DbMIN OVERALLS AND
LADIES', . MISSES', CHILDREN'S
KID & CALF SHOES,
MEN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS; ALEXIS
TIES AND BROGANS.
All California Make.
A full Assortment of
ladies' Dress &Fancy Goods,
Also a large lino of
Men's and Boys' Hats.
Gentlemen's Underwarc, Suspenders &c,
I also keep a full line ot
Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Spices, Canned
goods of every description, a lull assort
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
A large quantity of
Crockery and Glassware,
All of which I will sell
Extraordinary Low Prices.
My motto will be
Country Produce taken in exchange for
I am also agent for the following Stan
dard Insurance Companies:
Foreign Imperial, London, Nofthcn and
Foreign London and Lancashire,
Home Firemau's Fund.
Home State Investment Ins. Co.
Home Commercial Ins. Co. t
Home Western Ins. Co.
Traveler's Life and Accident of Hartford
Risks taken at lower rates than any
Agent in Oregon, and will guarantee in
case of loss, prompt payment.
Livery, Sale & Feed Stable
Main St., Ashland.
T HE UNDERSIGNED TAKES pleas
L ure in announcing that he has pur
chased these stables and will keep con
btautly on hand the very best
HADDLE IlltlthK". 11UGGIES AND
And can furniih my customers with a tip
lop turnout at any time.
On reasonable terms, and given the best
attention. Horses bought and sold and
satisfaction guaranteed in all mv trans
actions. HENRY NORTON.
Woolen Manufacturing Co,
Take pleasure in announcing that they now
have on hand, a full and select stock of
15S0K1 AK) HDEKYp
Made of the very best
And of which they will dispose at very
Orders from a distance will receive
prompt attention. Send them in and give
our goods a trial.
Ashland Woolen M'f'o Co.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
MAKES a specially of cleaning and re
pairing watches and clocks. My
charges are reasonable. Give me a call.
(JtryQAWEr.K. $12 a day at home ease
tjplymade. Costly Outfit free. Ad
dreas Tuns St Co., Augusta, MaiM.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGOftjANUAKT 6, IS83.
Awarded in 1S77, at Thiladclpliia.
For Excellence, Purity
Eveness of Quality.
SUPERIOR TO ANY
This is a "Whisky ot Super
ior Quality, as has never been
on the market in any country.
This article SHOULD not
be classed with the so-called
Compound of this Coast, but is
is of a rich, rare flavor and full
bodied, and NO BLENDhD or
COMPOUNDS can compare
With it --- r- arr .
Distillation of 1375 and 187G
S1ULTZ 1 VON B1R0BK,
For sale by Caton & Garrett
Jacksonville, and White Bros.,
Rock Point, Thos. Chavner, of
Rojrue River and N. Cook of
Willow Springs, Jackson Co.,
In Hyan's Building.
HAVING filled up this establishment
- and supplied it with a full and fresh
assortment of pure
I am prepared to compound all prescrip
tions in a prompt and cartful manner at
Those desiring my professional services
will find me readv to attend to all calls.
Jacksonville, July 2D, lfa32.
AND DEALER IN
COFFINS FURNISHED ON THE
shortest notice and cheaper than atany
other establishment in Southern Oregon.
Furniture of all kinds kepi on hand or
made to order.
Stock Farm for Sale.
The undersigned ofTers 400 accrs of land
for sale. 150 acres are under fence, and a
good dTelling and tw o barns will be found
on the farm. The place is also well wood
ed and supp'ied with plenty living water.
For particulars enquire at this oflice or at
Phccnix of P. W. Olwell.
Jacksonville. Tune 24th, 1882.
The undersigned ofTers Whiskey for sale
in quantities to suit customers at $3 per
gallon or $1 per. quart, at the Eagle Brew
cry. Lager Seer for sale and delivered at
the usual price.
Mrs. J. Wetteree.
Remember thatveryjiing:n!rer gew
ing Machine hashisW-Saf:
to the ;iron stand antL flbedded inthe
arm of the machine. -
Any machine now Ijeinp jflend for sajc,
and represented to be Sirger Midline?
but nothaving the Trade -lark atbve n
feired to. are not machines of ourannnn.
facture, and wc hereby caution thehublic
jigiuusiii'irtiiasiug, except irom ou-only
E. E. GORE,
as he is the only person who has the
GENUINE SINGER MACHINES
for sale in Jackson County.
THE SINGER MFO. CO..
W. B. Fur, Manager, Portland.
TIIE SISTERS OP" THE HOLY UME.
THE SnOLASTIC YE.VR OF, THIS
school will commence about tlic end ot
August, and is divided in fjur sessions,
of eleven weeks each- '
Board and tuition, per term, a 40.00
-'lusic a 13.00
Drawing and painting '. s.00
Bed and Bedding 3".oo
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Pnman, per term ...a ann
.Junior, " . , c;oo
1'reparatoy " -.... g.00
Senior, " 10.OO
i-upus rcceiyetl at my ime, iidVpecul
A SURE CURE POUND
NO ONE NEED SUFFER!
A sure Cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching
and Ulcerated Piles has been -discovered
by Dr. William, (an Indian Remedy,-,
called Dr. William's Indian Ointment. Al
sin-le box lias cured the worst chronic
cases of 2.Vor HO years standing. No one
need suffer five minutes niter applying this
wonderful soothingmedicine. Lolions in
stiunienls and electuaries do more harm
than good. William's Ointment absorbs
the tumors, allays the intense itching,
(ppiticularly al night after getting wann
in bed.) acls as a poultice. !?i-M instant
relief, and is prepared only for Tiles, ltch
imroftnc private parts, and for nothing
Bead what the Hon. J. 31. Cofllnberrj
ui luiuiiiuu -lysauoui ur. William's in
dian Pile Ointment: I have-used scores
of Pile uics, and it affoids me pleasure
lo say that I have never found 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 Agents,
CROSBY'S RED FRONT,
Finest Brands Of
CANDY & NUTS,
Having just opened a fresh and complete
line of articles usually found in a variety r
siore, 1 solicit a iair snare oi'pnmic pat
ronage, assuring satisfaction.'
EST Give me a call. S
D W. CROSBY.
C. H. REED,
Honse, Sign, Carriage and Fancy
ALL KINDS of graining done. Satis
faction guaranteed. Orders. left at
the New State Saloon will receive prompt
JOSEPH WETTERER. .
Oregon St., Jacksonville.
The best of lager beer always kept on
hand and ready for sale by the keg-or
11111 .' v " ri.ji. v .
iiiiciuumjs iiKiu 10 p micuiar . studied In
behalf of children whoiha8botlimifecl
lime. ,ror. nin inr iiiriieninr.. o,...i-..
LOOK OUT FOR TH
And Don't Yon Forget St
v. STOCK OF
Clieaper Than The Cheapest!
KTo Trouble To Show G oris.
CALL AND SEE ME,
extDoorto. P. O.,
tODUCE TAKEN IN
TIIE U. S.
Cor. 3d and California Sts.,
Jacksonville - - Ogn,
JANE HOLT, Proprietress.
O. & O. Stage Honse.
MEALS AT ALL Ilonn,S.
ROOMS TO LET BY TlfE DAY
WEEK OR MONTH.
Trices Very XVIoderate.
OUR NEW HOTEL BUILDING BE
ing completed lor occupancy, the un
dersigned lakes pleasuru 111 announcing
Shat we are prepared to entertain the trav
eling public. No pains will bo spared to
provide for the pomfort of our guests and
to make them feel at home with us. The
most modern improvements have been in
troduced, and the accommodations of the
Unilcd States will not lag behind the best
appointed inland hotel on thiscoast. Our
tables will always I12 supplied with the
best the market affords and served in the
best style by a corps ol obliging waiters.
The IkhIs and bidding arc 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, 1831.
SYMPTOMS OF A
lass of Appetite, Soweb costive. Pain in
tbe Head, with a dull sensation in the
hack part. Pain under tho Shoulder
blade, fullness after eating, with a disin
clination to exertion of body or mind.
Irritability of temper. Low spirits, with
a feeling of having neglected some duty,
'Weariness, Dizziness, fluttering at the
Heart, Sots before the eyes. Yellow Skin,
Headache generally over the right eye,
Eestlessness, with fitful dreams, highly
colored Urine, and
'HUM'S FIIXS are especially adapted to
such cases, one dose eflect such a chaugo
of reeling as to astonish the sntTerer.
Tber Increase tb Appetite and cause the
body to Tnke on Flesli, thus tbe system U
nonrisheU. and by their Tonic Aetlon on tbe
UlcrrstlTe Oixanm, ZXctruInr Stools are pro
duced. Price a cents. 35 SI urray SU ST. T.
TUTT'S mm DYE.
Okay IIaib ok WmsKEiw changed to a Gixwsy
Suck by aslnRleapplicatlonoftnlsDrE. Itlm
parts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold
by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of $1.
OFFICE, 33 MCnnAY ST., NEW TORS.
CDr. TnTS UXCIL .rTituM. uroraU ud
CMfal BMtlli wU1V auUwl 1BZE .a ippUcaUaaJ
THE KENTUCKY BRED
Graduate and Wilburn
Will make the season of 1883
At Or Near Jacksonville.
Particulars, with pedigree and descrip
tion, will tie given hereafter. Season for
Altamont, 75; Graduate, ?40; Wilburn,
All those knowing themselves indebted
to the undersigned are requested to call
and settle immediately as I need the money
at once. Those who fail to settle bv Jan
uary 1st, 1883, wil find their accounts in
the hands of an attorney for forced col
lection. Business is meant and all accounts
must be settled at once.
a i::i:ii)H'L mniM.
I'lajlns 2X1 Ocsrccs or Jlmourr on an
1'iiMKliecilu: M re.
A middle aged lady, with a black" &1
pacca dress, worn shiny at the elbows;
and a cheap bonnet, and her hands
puckered up and blue, as though she
had just got Let washing out, went in
to the office of a prominent Mason a
fev mornings since and took a chair.
GW-wiirctl -hei Husk uuJ xUe perspira
tion from her face on a blue checked
apron, and wen the Mason looked at
her, with an interested, brotherly look,
as though she was in trouble, she said:
"Are you the boss Mason!"
Ho blushed, told her he was a Ma
son but not the highest in tho land.
She hesitated a moment, fingered the
corner of her apron, and curled it up
like a boy speaking a piece in school,
"Havo you taken the whole 233 de
grees of Masonry!"
The man laughed and told her there
were only thirty-three degrees and he
had taken only thirty-two. The other
d gree could only be taken by a very
few who were recommended by the!
grand lodge, and they had to go to
New York to get the thirty-third de
gree. The lady studied a moment, un
pinned the safety pin that held her
shawl together and put it in her mouth
took a long breath, and said:
"Where doe3 my husband get the
other two hundred degrees, then?"
The prominent Mason said he guessed
her husband never got two hundred
degrees unless he went to a degree
factory. He said he diden't understand
"Does my husband have to et up
with a corpse three night a week"
she asked, her eyes flashing fire." And
do they keep a lot of sick Maions on
tap for my husband to set up with the
! other thre nilit'
rjTtie ii valient iiiartm Raid bei
thankful that few Masons died, and
only occasionally one was sick enough
to call for Masonic assistance.
"Hut why do they ask these ques
tions, madam" said the prominent
The woman picked tho fringe of hr
shawl, hung her hpad down, and said:
"Well, my husband began to join
tho Masons about two years ago, and
he has been taking degrees or sitting
up with people every night since. lie
has como home twice with the wrong
pair of drawers on, and when I asked
him how it was, he said it was a secret
he could not reveal under the penalty
of being shot with a cannon. All he
would say was ho took a degree. I
I ave kept a little track of it, and I
figure that he has taken 233 degrees,
including tho grand Sky JFugle degree,
which heTtook the nighc became home
with his lip cut, and his car hanging
by n piece of skin."
"Oh, madam," said tho 'prominent
Mason, "there is no Sky Fugle degree
in Mansonry. Your husband Jias de
"That's what I think," said she, as
a paleful light appeared in her eye.
"lie said he was taking tho Sky Fugle
degree, and fell through the skylight.
I had him sewed up nnd he was ready
for new degrees, I told him I should
think he would let up on it, and put
some potatoes in the cellar for winter,
hut he said. when a man once got started
on degrees he had to take them all or
he diden't amount to anything. Some
times a brother Mason comes home
with him in the morning and they talk
about a 'full Hush, and about their
pat hands,' and 'raising'em out.' One
night when he was asleep I heard him
whisper, 'I raise you ten dollars,' and
. v.... ... .
when x askea mm wnat ne meant, ne
said they had been raising a purse for
a poor widow. Another time he raised
up in bed, after he had been asleep
and shouted, 'I stand pat,' and when I
asked him what he meant he said he
was ruined if I told it. Ho said
that he had spoken tho password,
if the brethren heard of it they would
put him out of the way, even as a
Morgan was put out of the way.
Mister is 'stand pat, your password''
Tho Mason told her it was not.
That the words she had ppoken were
an expression used by men whpn play
ing draw poker, and he added that he
diden't believe her husband was a
Mason at all, but that he had been
lying all these year.
She sighed and said: That's what I
I thought when he came home with a
$3 PER YEAR
lot of ivory chips in his pocKet. Us
iaid thfv used them at tho lodge to
vote on candidates, and that a white
chip electa and a blueychip rejects
a candidate. If you'will look' the mat
ter up and trf if he has joined the Ma
sons I will be obliged to you. Ho says
hehaslakenall ih 233 degrees, and now
the boys want hhu to join th'e Knights
of Pythias. 1 want to grt out an in
junction to prevent hiin tiom joining
anything elko until wo got iumv under
clothes for winter. I'll tell you what
I will do. The next time ho says
anything about Sky Fuglo degrees I
will take a washboard and make him
think there is one degree in Masonry
that he has skipped, and now Goodbye.
You have comforted mo greatly, and I
will lay awake to-night till my hus
band comes from the ledge with his
pat hand, and I will make him think
he has forgoff his ante."
The lady went out to the grocery
to buy some bar soap, and the promi
nent Mason resumed his business with
a feeling that we are notall truly good,
and there is cheating going on all
Officers and Members:
Wo your committee on Genoral Pro
gramme, having discharged with un
swerving fidelity the duties to which
we were called, beg leave to say, in
making our final report, that it is with
feelings of extreme satisfaction that wa
review the events of tho administra
tion this evening brought to a close.
Ithasbeen a period of unparalelled pros
perity and combative vigor. Philos
ophical, historical,) political and mis
cellaneous questions have been sub
mitted for your choice, and no valiant
Laurean will question the discrimina
tive skill with which they have been
written. They have been ably and
warmly contested. Fire flashed in the
v- f tlui Tnwg criAk.i thw "luade
fhefr points heavy and made tlferoihot:"'
Yet, under the wise direction and re
straint of His Excellency B. B. Ueek
man of Jackson county and Hon "W.
C. Taylor of Virginia order and union
have been preserved, in direct refuta
tion of that inspired precept, "a house
divided against itself must fall." Dur
ing the past term it has been demon
strated beyond equivocation that De
mocracy is the party; that tho U. S.
ought to adopt a Free Trade policy
and that Ccasar was no sardine. Many
other important circumstances have
occurred during our ministry. The
three Lord's of the exchequer havo re
signed and have been superceded by
other Laureans of less self esteem but
more ability. New York, Ohio,
Kansas, California, Michigan and Sa
lem have all gone Democratic and Ben.
Butler has been made Covernor of
Massachusetts. The war in the East
has subsided and venus has crossed the
sun's disc. Wo regret that we are not
longer able to accelerate the prosperity
of our Society by continuance in this
capacity; for we secretly suspicion that
thenew incubus of tho Presidential
chair intends to vent his wrath upon
the diminutive forms of this committee
by sudden dismissal. We hope our
successors .may be prosperous in get
ting generous criticism; and also warn
the new man of tho white house to
carry a howitzer in his left rear ar-
J. N. UOLTKA,
W. II. McGi
Injunction Suit. The Duniway
Publishing Company proprietors of the
"Now Northwest," on yesterday filed
a petition in tho State circuit court for
an injunction to issue to tho "North
west News" Publishing Company to
restrain the latter from using the namo
they are known by. It is claimed by
the Duniways that thorn is such a
similarity in the names of the two pa
pers that they are suffering in their
business by the confusion that has oc
curred and is likely to continue. They
admit, however, that tho company
name does not interfere with them, but
that it is only tho name of the paper;
that their paper is well known, was es
tablished first, and that defendants
have not the right now to set up a busi
ness under a name so near like their
own a3 to injure their business. Mr.
Cole, of the new company, claims that
the name of his paper will be nominally
"The JNews," but that "Northwest"
will be in small characters over tho
vignette in the head of the paper. Mr.
Cols contends that there is nothing in
thf names that will mislead any ono,
and will therefore resist tho petition