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J ACICsON VI LI.I2
SATURDAY, i'lARCH 10, 1883.
Lannofflccnl Rosclinrs. Ozn.l
.June 30, 188D. j
To all Wliem-H may- Courrrn:
Ketlre I lirrclj clcn Hint I have ilrsl;;
antrd tlicOIIMlUN M'.MIMX nMlic paper
In which I'hlt'ftll hrrrnflrr publlDti nil pre
cinptlont, lioiiicsfr.-ul nml iipiillr.-illfius
for mlnlns pnlrnl for lands ljlns near
JackonTillr.'Jhrknn rnnnly, uresoii.
Y. V. IIKV.1 11111. KcMcr.
Buooy Foil. Sale. A fine, new
bugcy is offered for sale cheap for
cash by Cronemiller. Sz Birdsey. It is
neat, light and' substantial, and a bar
gain can be secured.
Piano for SaIe. Miss Eugenia A.
Kellcy has a filie piano which she oilers
for sale very cheap for cash. Those
wishing to purchase an instrument
will do well to'looknt it and enquire1
Pat Youu. Taxes. Sheriff Jacobs
informs us that only about one-half of
the taxes of this county hnvebeen paid
up to this datoaMr those in arrears
will reinembeWUKmly a fhort time
remains in which- to pay them- before
. -costs will be added..
Selling Out. Ei- Jacobs has de
fterniiupd on closing-out his large Mock
of general merchandise in his store
t iters and quitting business." Bargains
...can be secured by calling socn. He
.-&ieans just what he says and will prove
at'to those who call.
-Adjudged Insane. J'. I. Knight of
Josephine county was this week ajuli;ed
iineanc and taken to the asylum atEtst
Portland by Sheriff Ryder of that
county. His insanity is not of a vio
lent nature and his many friends hope
tof-bear of his speedy recovery.
IEntertainment. A number' of the
'AinMieurt of this place will give air en
tcrtsiunient at Holts hall next Friday
evening when an excellent drama ill
tersperned with song, ventriloquism
etc. will bo presented. A line pro
gramme is presented, as will be seen
'by consulting our advertising columns.
IceiCream Festival This socia
ble was held in the basement of the
Presbyterian Church last Monday
evening when a large crowd attended
and the receipts amounted to 53 50.
Ice cream and cake wcie. served in
abundance and the singing by the
choir tended to held the crowd together
until a lite hour.
Lm .Broken. Den Van Vorst, an
employe of Herd's saw-inill at Willow
springs, had his leg broken this week
by tbeilog carriage running over it.
He w5 brought to town when Dr Ai
ken ftl-the brnken limb, but the frac
lureis such that the Doctor husherious
doubts about its healing and amputa
tion of tte leg may be necessary.
Relioiot;s Items. Iter. M. A.
"Williams will hold services at the
PVeshyWien church in this place Sun
day morning and evening.... H. C.
Fleming will preach at Eagle Point
Sflnday morning Ilev. 15. J. Sharp
will hold iervices at Ashland Sunday,
both morning and evening. . . . Ilev. It.
0. Oglesby preaches at Antioch school
house Saturday evening and Sunday
morning, .and at Table Rock at 4
o'clock p.m.... Lenten sen ices at the
Catholic church, Rev. F. X. Blanche!
Fine Stock Akhived. Jay Beach
arrived from Klamath county this
week bringing with him his fine stall,
ions Altauiont and Wilburn besides
twenty head of brood mares, colts etc.
All of this stock has earned a most
favorable reputation over the entile
coast and wo are truly glad to hear of
Mr. Beach's intention of locating
omong us as he is universally ac
knowledged to be the most enterpiis
ing stock raiser that has ever vi-.it rd
the county. Mr. Beach will make his
headquarters at the Cardwell farm,
near town, and will use that tiaekfor
Another Race. Arrangements
were perfected this week for another
race between the Slv and Pavnoanarcs
for S250 a side, distance one quarter
mile. The race is to take nlnccit
Phoenix on Saturday, March 17-ih
St. Patrick's dav when an interesting
contest may be looked for. -This race
--was made' and run- a short time since
when it was found that the horses
were about evenly matched although
same dissatisfaction was expressed at
the result and foul play suspected at
the time. Thia.ra.ca is for tilood and
the best horse wins. Jesse Simpson
and Will S. Webb, jr., are the makers
of the race and back the horses as first
ScnooL Meeting. A large number
of the qualified voters of this di-tiict
met at the school house on Monday
last for the purpose of ele;ting a cleik
and one director for the term of three
Tears. Messrs, J. R. Neil, S. J. Day
and K. Kubli were placed in iinmina
tjon for the otlice of director, when a
spirited contest ensued requiring nine
ballots to decide who should till that
most lucrative position. On the last
ballot Jl R. Neil received a majority
of one vote and was declared re-elected
to this position which he has held for a
term past. For the office of school
clerk j. H. Huffer and A. M. Berry
wero placed ia nomination, resultin"
in the election of the first named. The
annual report of school clerk Huffer
was read which makes the follo-ving
showing: Amount on hand at begin
ning of term, SL058.S0; received dur
ing the past year, $3,949 7?. TheJ
disbursements of thepastyear amount
to-3j907,61, leaving a cash balance on,
Hand of' 81,100.96.
Eugene Savage has gone to the rail
road. Sara Bowden- returned from the
Drummers have commenced flocking
in thick and fast.
Joe C ough of Oanyonvilleis in the
rfilley buying horses.
The Barron maro has Iieen purchased
by Crit Tobnan for $500.'
Read what Sheriff Jacobs has to say
in the advertising column.-
Birdsey & Vance conduct a flourish
ing business at Wilderville.
The Supreme Court has granted a re
hearing in the Kelly-Ruble case.
Ammen's Cough Syrup cures coughs
colds, bronchitis and consumption.
Hampton Pankey died in Sam's val
ley this week aged about 43-v cars.
J. T. Ro'oson will woik in Marsh's
factory at Ashlund for a short time.
Emil DeRoboain lias nain taken the
position of cleik at the U". S. Hotel.
J; Lv.York, the liberal lecturer, is
expected here soon-to deliver a seiics
County Court was in session this
week but I tansucted nothing but rou
Tyler & Riley will have their new
saloon in running order about the 20th
of this month.
S Matins and D N Birdsey were,
up from Rogue River on a business
visit ihi week.
Chas. J. Howard went to Josephine
county lust week to survey some min
ing ground, letumitig vesteidav.
J. R. Tozer was reelected Clerk of
Ashland School Dlstiict,. and J". ).
Fountain, Director, vice lliiamFailuw.
K. Kubli is agent, for the standard
agricultural implements of all kind:,
and wlis cheap. Take a look at hi-,
J. M. Wbe nf Ashland paid us a
short vi-.it this week and repoits busi
ness thtiving in too uppar end of the
There are 4G children of school age
in Ashland li-tiii:t 230 males mid 22.r)
females. An iiiurcasu of fully over
last v ear.
Daniel Cronemiller has lieen award
ed tlie contract for furnishing Fort
Klamath with beef and hu I lis moved
to that point.
County Assessor Nichols was in
town this week. He will soon com
mence making the annual assessment
of the county.
Col. Stone anil wife have been visit
ing Jackson county friends this week.
The Colonel has fully lecovered from
his late illness.
Survevar General Tolman is en
;aged on a' new map of Oicgon by
counties for the'postotlice department
C. S. Sargent "has returned from his
trip to the Eistern States after two
month's iib-ence and says Oicgon suits
him well enough.
The complaint comes from all over
the. State, ihat. the piincipa! portion
of the fall s ii grain has been killed
by the late frosts.
Home manufactured whisky can be
had at the distillery here in a short
time. They will b ready to commence
work in a few days.
J. I Hockett has sold his place, in
Table Rick piecinrt to Win. Noah.
He vvill locate at Phosnix and work at
The only child of Nort E Mings and
wife, their little daughter aged about
four years, died a' Car.yonville yester
dav aftei a short illness.
Hank Monk, the famous stage
diiver, who took H race Greeley, on
his famous nMp, died at his homo in
Carson, Nev. this week.
Ex Sheriff Bvheeconteniphites taking
n trip to th) Eistern States soon for
the benefit of his health, which has
not been the best of late.
Tieasurer Pipe informs us that lie
has forwaided JacksonorunU's portion
cf Slate tuxes to headquarters. The
amount due was $S,42C 04.
Adam Schmidt informs us that Iip
has completed Thos Gil-on's house at
Sterliug anil tlvose who have seen it
pronounce it a tine-residence.-
Tha price of beef has fell two cenls
in San Francisco on account of cittle
being shipped from Mexico. Buvers
her- have got a scare anil quit buying.
Ca 1 on E J Cut lis at the new res
tauiantfora plate of fresh Eistern
oysters. A good im-al can be had at
this bouse at any hour of the day or
Win. Dve. who stands charged with
theerimo of horse stealing, is said to
have been captured' in Lako county
i Ins week J he horse was also re
A religious journal in New York
advertises the premium of aseven-shoi
pistol to every new subscriber. Rather
an effective method to reduce the ranks
of the sinner.
The Court House yard presents a
lively appearance since the stonecut
ters have commenced werk. It vvill be
still' more lively when the other work
John Foil's new butcher shop vvill be
open for business next Monday morn
ing. The best of- hef, pork and inut
ton and all kinds of sausage will al
ways be kept on hand.
The following delega'es to the Grand
Council of Red Men, to be held in
Portland next June, were elected hv
Oregonian Pocahontas tribe at their
last meeting: David Cronemiller, H.
K. Hanna. J. G. Birdsey, G. W- Sav
age and Henry Pape, sr.,
Thestar route cases are still in prog
ress and there is room for hope that the
thieves will before long reach the end
of the law and receive the punishment
they so richly deserve.
Robt. H. Moore says he don't want
any more Coroner's juries in his- as
long as the pay remains as it is. For
his five day' services as juryman he
will receive only one do'iar.
If you want a Sewing Machine call
at E. C. Brooks' drug, watch, clock,
and jewelry store. His mnchiues are
a little finer and his prices a little
snugger, than any other bugger's.
J. II. EvansMp Likeview lost only
one carp out of twelve on his trip from
Portland to the first mentioned place,
but on the day after his arrival the
other eleven were also found dead.
Mrs. George Hill died quite sud
denly at her residence, in Ash and on
Thursday. She was afflict d with tho
scarlet1 rash but tho immediate cause of
her death was from a choking spell.
Bybee's jick, B-echer, and' his stall
ion, Ben Butler, vvill make their coining
season at po'nts between the home
place and Bv bee's ferry, commencing
April 1st. Full particulars-next week
A substantial awning has been
placed in front of' the City Market and
l hey will be ready for business next
.Monday morning. Mr. Full's family
is expected here from Yreka in a few
Constable BinKev will sell a' lot of
horses, wagons and farming machinery
belonging to A. Davi-on at Constable's
sal" on TueKclay next. The wale will
take place in front of the Union livery
Mat Obcnchain came in from Lake
county this week and will remain in
the valley a while: Ho informs us
that this lias been the best winter fur
stock that he hasiver experienced in
Kirewski received another large lot
of goods this week per Win. Magoon's
If :iii:k. We are informed that Mr. Ma
goon will haul' freight from Crescent
City as soon as the new load is in good
John Faircliihl, of Modoc county,
Ca!., bought a five year old grade
Percherou s'allion of E E. Gore last
week for $o00. He Im an extensive
stock riich and will keep the horse fi r
hteeding upon his own place.
Wm. Sonsin's place oil Apple jale
had ji narrow ci-cape from fire ibis
week, so we are infonned by Huuim-l
Cook, but it was extinguished before
any serious damage was done. Tile
tire- originated from the explosion of a
John A. Boyer, Grand Master of this
juri-diction of the I. O. O. F., has
granted a general dispensation to the
lodges in tliis State for the public cele
bration of tlw 53d anniversary of the
institution of Odd Felluvvhip tlie
2Cth of April.
Jerry Nunan, who will soon be suc
ceeded by L. I. Webster as Town Re
corder, has made one of the best of
ficials we have ever hart in that po
sition, having alwavs discharged his
duties faithfully without fear or favor
fiom any one.
Dr. Will Jackson has constructed an
incubator with which he proposes
hatching 150 eggs with artifici-il heat.
He don't propose allowing hii helm lo
set all the dav iille when eggs are
worth two hi' a a dozen and we hoe
his experiment vvill provo successful.
Every business man should adver
tise rejjulaily. A business man ;an
only expect to prosper when lie keeps
his name and business cnntiuuallv be
fore the public, whether limes- are live
lv or not. The men who have the best
facn'ties for tra-le always advertise
their business liberally.
To wash a carpet, spread it vvliere
you can use the brush, and scrub ax
you would a floor. Scrape one peck of
Irish potiitces into two-pails of water
ntnllet them stand over night; when
ready louse add more water nnd
two ounces of beef gall. When drvl
brush hard with a breom".
George Cross this week succeeded in
getting a license from ch" Countv
Court for retailing liquor in the town
of Phoenix. A remonstrance- ag-iinsl
gran ii.g the same was nKo presented
but till' court decided1 that life .raver
for a license had Hie m st quabtied
signers anil it was therefore granted.
We vinttPTftftTnl a petition w71! be
forwarded .T-king for a d.-iilv mai from
Jacksonville to Crescent City. IT this
is successful, it will then be in order
tho "Cnrrv County Post" thinks to aJ
for 'a iliilv mail up the coast from
Crescent City to theTCoqni le, which is
very much needed ty the peop'e of
The death roll of" this Congress- is
longer than that of any previous one
ihat is remembered. Six1 representa
tives and one senator have died. The
list begins with Mr. Allen, of Missouii,
who diet! April 8th, 1SS2." The next
was M. A. Hawk, of Illinois; next
Mr. Low. of Alabama; Mr Updegraff,
of Ohio;-Mr. Orth, of Indiana; and then
J. W. Shacklefor.l, of North O.uolina.
Senator B Hill died on August ICtli.
1SS2. John Q, Smith died piior to
ta .ing his scat.
Fifteen Americans are-said to own
$920,000,000. as for in-tance: W. II'
Vande,bilt. $260,000,000; Jiiy Gould.
8100.000.000; Leland Stanford, $100,
000.000; C. P. Huntington. $100,000,
000; Charles Crocker. $60 000,000;
Mrs. Hopkins. S50.000.000; Russell
Sage, $40 0?0;000; Jas. Flood $40,000 -000,
J. G. Fair, $40,000,003; J. G.
Mnckev, $30,000,000; Cvms W. Field.
$25,000,000; Jas. Keene, $20"000 000;
estate of Thomas Scott, $20 000,000;
Samuel J. Tilden, $15,000,000. It is'
probable these amounts are- at least
fifty per cent over stated.
The following Iv'the business of the
Roseburg Land office for the month of
February:- 029-acres-sold for cash; IS
homestead entries' embracing- 2C37
acres; 9 final homestead proofs- em.
bracing 1415 acrei 34 pre-emption-filings
and 5'entrieiunder the timber
land law. - ,
After having- bilked and swindled
every ono on the' railroad that woul 1
trust him for a cent Carl Brown has
struck out for parts unknown, also
leaving numerous creditors behind at
tl is place. As a first-class rascal Mr.
Brown is a completo success and our
fiieuds up north will do well to look
out fur him.
Some parties got muchly scared
last Wednesday wheirit was announced
that tho Board of Trustees had or
dered a new election on account of the
illegality of the one just held. There
was no foundation to the report, how.
ever, and the newly elected ollioers
will take chsrgeofour city govern
ment next Monday night.
Pat MuMahon went lo Credent City
this week to make arrangements fur
putting on a through'stnge. Hub to the
coast after ido fintt.oj next month. D.
V. Crosby is drivFjig'for lijiii on ihe
routd from "he'rV to-WiildoV tin ring" his
absence, and when the through line in
pui on the latter will probVuly drive
on the other end of the route-
Dr. S. Joseph?,, superintendent of
the insane asylum at E.st Portland,
in his quarterly report to the Secretary
of Sure, gic.s the following statistics.
Number of patients in the asylum
Nov. 30. ISS2, 322; number since ml
u.ittcd 32: under 1 1 eat men t during the
quarter, 10; patient died during the
quarter. 7; number of patients Feb. 28;
1883; 332. Cwt of the State for care
and treat Mi' nt fur the quarter ending
Feh. 2S; $21,093.42.
We understand,, says tlie LVikevicw
"Examiner," that about the first of
June the 21st regiment of infantry,
which for the past thirteen years has
been stationed in the department of the
Columbia will exchange stations with
the 3d iufaulrv which has been sta
tioned at the department of the Lakes.
Those who desire to remain, however,
will have the privilege of exchanging
with members of the 3d who prefer to
remain- where they now are.
We think it unnecessary to go to a
doctor and pay hint to pte-scrihn for a
cuuiiuou cold. At the same- time it is
of the utmost iuiioriaitce to-pay aiten
lion lo it and get relief or evil conse
quences may follow. We use Aniuien's
Oough Syrup. It lias never failed yet
lo do all that is claimed for it, and we
take pleasure in reccointuending it to
our leaders. If- you have not tried
this medicine,, go to your druggist and
ask to see a large bottle and read the
- -- -r'3i.-jrTrii-KiLi.ti).- - "
This commi'liily was startled 0!i Sun
day last by the report that Win Justus,
one of tlie erfTly settler;, of ihis valley,
had been shot and killed at his home
by John Justu, his oldest son, about
elc'-en o'clock that morning. Tlie
story of the accused i.s that he vviv
shooting woodchucks from the front
poich of the family u-sidencn that
morning, and when no morn birds vv-en
ill sight ho starte'd into I lie house with
his ril!n to put it away, and when op
po.'ile the old man the pun went off
accidentally the charge taking effect in
the top of. Mr. Jus-tus' head killing him
instantly. J. IL Huffer, acting as
Coroner, immediately summoned u jury
and started for the scene of tho trag
edy, and after a session of five days,
and the examination of a number of
.witnesses they returned the following
We tho Coroner's iurv, empinelled
to enquire into the caiif.tr uf'tlm death
of Wm. Jostii". find liUt tTie name of
I he deceased was Wm. Justus, th-U lie
came to his death on the 4'h dav of
Mxrcli. 1-883, at the residence of the
deceased in Jackson countv, Oicgon.
That the cause of ihe death of the de
ceased was from a gnu idiot wound in
is head, and ih-it John Justus, the
son-of the deceased, fired the shot that
killed the deceased with the iuten'ion
of killing him, the said Wm. Justus,
R, II. Mnoro,
It H. Wilson.
J- M. Dollarhide,
J. S. B lothby.
)n the strength of the Coroners jnrv
report, Johns .lustus vvus arre-tol and
arraigned on the cliHrge'qii preliminary
Cftiiiiiialiou before. Jflst ice Huffer on
1'iiilav last, but life- pase- .was post
poned until this nioiniiig'oii account of
the absence of some of the witnesses
Only four of the jurors signed
the above report and we most
sincerely hope that the defendant
can pro.'e his innocence and'show that
it was an accident.
Cnr Election. The; ejection last
Tuesday for the- town olfices" passed off
quietly no particular interest being
taken except in the casn of Marshal.
For ;liis oflii-H there were five candi
dates' and Chas. Schultz was successful,
receiving a plurality of twelve votes
over the next highest caiididato.- Tile
following is the full voter
D Limn , ..,.173
W. Jucssou j . .... .,..,154
L. J. (3 Duncan '..'. 138
D. Cronemiller.'. '- 1 15
II: Judge . . . . 90
J. Orth y&. 8."
W. M. Turner CI
L. R. Webster ..., 119
J. Nuuan ......-?....., 58
Henry Pape . . :-. ICG"
P. N Ficke . .., 5
Chas. Schultz-. - 71'
Geo. S. Howard .... 59
J. M. Payne It
0. Keegan -.... 15
Excavation on tho Siskiyou tunnel
is expected to commence about die
first of June.
DoLen'-s railroad' surveying party j
will soon take the field again, com
mencing at Rock Point,, where' they
left off-last Fall.
Tho probabilities now are that tho
railroad will pass through the valley
at some point between this place and
the Hanly butte. Parlies who know
have given the informat'on that the
short tunnel the highest one up has
been adopted by the rai.road company
and in order to reach that elevaiiui
ihe road must commence climbing up
along the foot hills somewhere about
the middle of the valley.
As to the final location of tho ro.vl
from the summit to the valley, it is too
soon to predict its course w'ith any ap
projeh to e.victnes.s. The preliminary
work to be done ihis month may de
velop chances for improvement in
what is now icgariled as-the most
favorable general route; and even after
the grade, slakes are set there may be
chuiges m-vle; hero anil-there in. the
line. It is believed the- tUliuel will'be
not le than 3 OOO'fl.'ong.and that, so
far as Asliland is concerned, the road
will not be higher than thee upper of
Mr Hurlburt'c last preliminary line
which is some distance below the Eist
Ashland ditch on the Hargadiue hill.
A-rumor has got into general circu
lation says the I5oseburg.'Plaindea!er,"
that the IV. R. Co. proposes building
illeir road south of Grave creek, with
pine lumber instead of fir. Wo -cannot
believe the company seriously con
templates any such a move, us the du
lability of the pine is too well known
by all the old set'Iers to be about two
mouths. This would just about allow
the trains to begin to run befoie the
timbers would need replacing. If they
remained after that time they would
form only dead-falls by which many
good citizens would lose their -lives.
This is too important a road to be
bolstered up by such decoy foundations.
John A. Ilurlburt passed through
town this week on his way to the Siski
vou mountains when the work of sur
veying and locating the tunnel will be
commenced at once His party con
sisting of a dozen men. in all, left Ash
liml Tue.-tdav, ainl are now camped
near Byrcn Colo's, having begun work
on.ihe southern slope of the Siskiyous.
Mr. Ilurlburt informs the ''Tidings"
that they have still snino preliminary
ork to do on each side of the summit,
which vvill probably occupy their time
until about the fir.st of next mouth,
when they expect to begin staking out
the line. Hi' thinks that by the first
of May, he will have the tunnel and ny-
proaches Ioeated,sotliat contractors can
procure their' Jatu reparatory to bid
ding. Illeual Notarial Bcsincss. A.
D. Rockfe low, who open I'd a real es
tate ol'i'jo in Asliland some months
ago, was nrrested last Mondav on a
charge of obtaining money under fal-e
pretenses. Tlie complaining witness is
Mr. M. Talbott. It transpires that
Mr. Rockfellow, who some time since
secured the ajtpc intnientr of Notary
Public, lhtd never given bonds as re
quired by law, nnd consequently hail
never icceived his commission, but was
doing business here as such oilier tin
der a Notaiial seal. Mr. Talbott had
some tit c.ls drawn up by Mr. Rockfe I
low nod acknowledged under his seal,
and upon learning that the Notary
was not acting under official authority,
and that he could not dispose of his
property without trouble if he should
desire to do so, without having new
papers made nut anil acknowledged, he
made complaint as above staled. The
cs:se came up for preliminary examina
tion before Justice Boot Wednesday,
Dist. Ait. Kent, and Deputy Dist. An
DePentt appeared' for the stale, and S.
L. Howard for defend ml. and lite de
fendant, was held ill $500 bonds In np
ear before the m-xr. grandjiiry. There
was no denial, ami can be none, of tlie
fact that the defendant has been using
his notarial se il illfgally. He has
lone considerable business with it. ami
miinv people will be put to serious
rouble ami annoyance tn have the
spurious work replaced with genuine.
The plea of defense made by the do
fei.ihmt's attorney in Just ice court was
tliatlhe m tier did not come properly
underthepurview ot the the statute cov
ering the obtaining of money under
'faise pretenses. "Tidings."
BestBaiigains Offered. The larg
est arrivals of the M-ason at the New
York store which has this week re
ceived the most extensive and finest as
sortment of general merchandise ever
ollereil in this market, consisting of dry
tiid fancy goods, notions,.clothing, and
the best mid latest patterns of boots
and shops, hats, caps, etc., which will
be sold under the hammer. Call ami
see and vnu will find it to bo so
For Rent. Two dwelling houses
in the C:ivyand one small farm near
Wilderville. Apply to A". L Johnson,
Lantl Agent, Jacksonville, Oregon.
For Sale: Four thousand pounds
of Liverpool salt coarse and fine at
Nick Ficke's butclker shop.
MOLLOY In Jacksonville, March T,
lSt?3, Patrick Molloy aged ubout 70
HOGUE Near Kerbvville, Feb. 22d,
1S83 of diphtheria, Florence, daugh
ter af Samuel ami Jane Ilogue.
YOUNG Near Eig'e Point, March
4ih, 13S3, Wilhelminr. wife of N. A.
Young, aged 44 years anil f month".
JUSTUS Near Jacksonville, March
4th, 1883, Wm. Justus; ned CG
years, 1 month, and 1G da vs.
ROOKS In Jacksonville, March 9,
1883. Nettie M Rooks aged 5 years,
5 mouths and 14 days.
Cattle Wasted. The undersigned
is desirous of puiclmsiiig any number
of cattle of' all ages, and vvill pay u
good cash figure for them. I can be
found in Jacksonville for several weeks
yet. P. Avery.
Wanteu. -Several hundred bushels
of good grain of every descripMon, for
which cash will be paid. For further
paiticulars enquire nt the distillery
near town or address me at Jackson
ville. N. K. Lytle
LAYTON On Applegate. Feb. 20th.
18S3. to Mr. and Mis. J. T. Layton,
MiCARTON In Ashland, Feb. 27ih,
1S83, to Mr. and Mrs. .A. P: Mc
Carton a son.
ISATRIE In Chimney Rock precinct,
M'xroh 3, 1SS3; tn Mr. anil Mrs. G.
W. Rairie, a daughter.
DORN On Big AppVgaic, March
4h, 1883, tn Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Dorn. a tl'iughter.
DeROBOAM Near J'ack'sonviil,.,
March nth, 1883; to Mr. and; Mrs.
E' DiRoboiui; a- tliughtcr;
Taxes for 1S32 arc now due, and the
tax-payers will please pay their tsxes
promptly, or the law in regard to their
collection vvill lis strictly enforced. The
dclinqusnt tax-list will be returned April
1. 18$!. and a 1 not p.iyinjj before that
time will be charged the percentage al
lowed by "aw, and 'mileage.
A. S. JACOBS.
Sheriff and Tax-C'olIector.Jackson Co., Or.
Jacksonville, March 7, lSbo.
AIADArYlE HOLT'S HALL
Friday Eve, March iOSh.
i Overture Birds ol Spring, by
MISS CARRIE BEEKMAN.
"THE LAST LOAF,"
A DRAMA IN TWO ACTS.
Mrs. Kate Ashton,.
I.illic Ashtou, ....
Harry Hanson, ...
aliss Emily Brown.
. .Miss Anna Uilgcr.
. Miss Ivalie .Miller.
D. . ( losbv.
...Gto. S. Ilowaul.
At the close of the play, PROF. SIIAT
TUCK will entertain flic audience with
During the evening :t quartette will be
sung by Miss Anna liil-rcr. Jliss Mary
Lan ;;., Profn. Tobias anil-Kddv.
Also a song in character by JOHNNIE
Admission, o2ccnts;children, half-price
Doors optn at (3:30; performance com
mences at 7:30.
vTOnET roas, Proprietor.
This well known market, locatul nearly
opposite the U. S. Hotel, lindi-r the new
management, is belter prcpaicd than ever
to lumish I lie pub io with the choicest
FRESH BEEF. FORK,
VEAL, MUITON, HAM,
SALTRACON A MEATS.
SAUSAGE, LARD, ETC.
The most l'avrnble inducements offered
to patrons ami no t-IIait vvill be spared
toward giving gcncial satisfaction.
Jacksonville, .March C, lSSJ.
Lvxd '"kfice at Ronsur.o, Or..,
.March I. IsS.J. f
Notice is hereby given ihat the follow,
ing.namcd scltler has lilul notice ot his
intention lo m ike lin-il proof in support ol
his claim, and that said pioof will be
made bclore Ihe t lerk of.lnckto.1 county,
at Jacksonv He. on Saturd ly, April 7, lsy'li,
viz: Rachel I riit-son. Preemption. No.
401 J Tor the E J-. ot'N E 1-4 Sec. 7. T :)S
R 1 E XT Mv He names ihe follow-in-witnesses
to prove his continuous resi.
deuce upon, nnd cultivation ol, said laud,
viz: Vnl ace Baldwin, A.J. Wilcox. David
V. alacc, Henry, Jem all of Jackson county
Oregon. Wm. 1 Busjamin, Register.
Laxd Office at-Rosneuno, On., )
March 1. 1KB. f
Notice is hereby given that Ihe fo low.
jnir-named settler litis like! notice of his
intention to made tin il proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof vvill hs
nis.de lieforc Ihe Cleik of Jackson county,
at Jacksonville, on Saturday, April 7,
133.1, viz: James "Louden Honlestead No.
4010 for the X K of n W 14 Sec. 8. S E
1-4 ot S XV 14 ana S XV 1-4 ofS E I 4 S?c.
.-,T:50S 1U V M. He names the fol
lowing witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of, said
and, viz: John Knulz.n. Orlando Rose,
John Bascy. John Bolt, all of Applegate,
Jackson county. Oregon.
Wm. F. BejiiAMiK. Register.
Land Okficc at Rosrnuno. On., )
-March 1. 1S80. f
Notice is hereby siven ihat the follow,
ing.namcd settle rlmd tiled no'ice of his
intention to mule Hind proof in support
of his claim, and that saat proof will ha
made before IheJude or i lerk of Jack
son county, at Jacksonville, on Saturday,
April 7, 183:1. viz: Patrick Ivor-, HomV
sUad No 2!?17l'orlhcECorS 14 S
14 of W 1 4 cc. 28. and" E 14 of N V
14 -ec. H:JT :W S R :i W V W. He names
ihe following witnesses to piove hi.s con
tinunus residence upon.aniiru'tivatinn of.
siid limd.viz:JolinC.intreil.Nick 'ri-rht.
i Kinder Boiz. Wm Hcclv. all of Union.
town, Jackson countv, rejon.
W'M. F. Bexjaaiix. Teiriitfir
you m md tiiii
E. C. BROOKS'
New Drug Sorte
A fine assortment of 8-day clocks, with and
Gents, ladies' and boys' gold and silver
hunting e-i-w. opcn-fr.ce and., skylight
watches, from $o lo-$13(J:
A fine lot of ladies' gold hand and bangle
Diamnnd and ruby riugs. cameo -stoneV
cameos set with- diamond,- uameog set'1
wilh pearls, jranict and pearls,- turquoise
and' neaiK and onv.v rings with Ulddcc
1 motiofis. solid gold liand'and'tKiigic rings,
plum anil solid I aiiiornm rings.
Diamonds in every shape.
Ladies' sets of jewel ty. from the 50-ccnt
black set to Ihe $200 bird sets nf diamonds.
Gents' and ladies' gold chains, lockets
3Pi2iS3 ivaacl Buttons.
Gents' gold scarf-pins, scarf-slides, studs s
Six-XT cr VV rti-o-
Silvcr and silver-plated knives, forks,
spoons, napkin rings, silver sugar-spoon3
and. tongs in cases
Gohl and silver thimbles; gold, silver and '
steel spectacles; and a lull stock of cvery
tliinj: in the jewelry line
A full assortment of perfumery, toilet
v lot of steel engravings and pictures for
In short, a complete and first-classlincot
All to he so'd at the
tlso acconlcons, violins, banjos, and the
best ineof vio'in.puitarand banjostrings.
The best sperm oil for sewing machines.
A lull line of
Drugs and Medicines.
ESUPrescriptions cuefullv compounded.
E. 0. BROOKS.
THE FIRflfl OF
S. S. AIKEN &COt.
"RTPfT LEAVE TO INFORM' THE,
ID llivjr people of Jacksonville and ri
ciuiiy that they vvill positively be open,
for the transaction of business in tho
ill "TIMS" BIIILK
THE LAST OF
S?ia.o OoTrai-n-s xt oolr..
Their stock will corsit of a large vari
ety ol General Merchandise, amonjr vvJiich:.
will bi: lound a good assortment of.
SHALT. WARES & NOTIONS:
FROM NEW YORK-
Also a largo invoice of staple goods, such as
All of lite Best Quality,
And vvill bo offered at
rxiTiMlinsIy Low Prices..
Business will bo conducted on strictly
Though we shall. endeavorto accommo
date as iiiuch as possible by receiving pro
duce in exchange.
E2F"AI1 are invited to call and examiner
our stock. b. S. AIKEN & CO.
Jacksonville, Feb. 15. 1883.
Piles! PilesL PilesH
A SUPvE CURE FOUND'
NO ONi; NKED SUFFER!
A sure Cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching
and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered
by- Dr. Vil iam, tan Indian Remedy,?
called Dr. William's Indian Ointment. A
single box has cured the worst clironio
cases of 2.1 or 0 years standing. No one'
need suffer live minutes nfier applying this
wonderful soolhingmedicine. Lotions in
struments and electuaries do more harm
than good. William's Ointment absorbs
the tumors, allays the intense itching,
(p.--rticuhirly at nighl after getting warm
in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives-instant
relief, and is prepared only for Piles, ltch
in of the private parts, and for nothing
Read what the lion. J. 31. Cofflnbcrry
of ' leveland rys about Dr. William's In
dian Pile Ointment-- I have used scores
of Pile1 uics, and" it affoids me pleasure
to say hat-1 have never found anything
which cave such immediate and perma
nent relit-r as Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. For sale bv al' druggists or mailed on
rcrciptof price. $1.00.
HENRY &.CO., Proprietors,
nonnn, Davis & To., Wholesale Agents,
Pon and, Oregon.
Tlie undersigned offers Whiskey for salo
in quantities lb suit customers at $3 per
g-illon or t per. quart, at the Eajrle Brew
ery. I-acr fleer for salo and delivered atj
ihe usual price.
Mrs. J. JVkttkiieeu.