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JACICSONV l,LK i
Saturday, Septembeh 20, 1883.
Wasted. At Johnson's land office
ten dwelling houses to rent, steady
renters and good pay.
Go to Bilger i Maegly's and see
the improved Garden City Clipper
plows. They Lave i-overal late im
prove ments tliat make them tie best
plow For sticky soil now in use.
County Court. County Conimis
"Bioner'a Court will meet next week.
'They will complete the examination of
the assessment roll as a board of
equalization, and a two week's session
Swallowed Glass. George Beck,
"bar-keeper at Healy's browpry,
swallowed a pieco. of glass this week
from a broken beer bottle but no se
rious consequences are feared, being
up and around.
Selling Out. Those desiring any
thing in the line of merchandise will do
well by calling on B.irruch Fisher be
fore going elsewhere as he is closing
out his stock at cost. A trial will
convince you all. '
To the Traveling Public. The
completion of the IT. P. It. fl. has
relieved the C. & O. stage line of
the transportation of an enormous
quantity of mail, and tho company are
now prepared to carry all who apply
to them for passage, north or south,
and put them over the road in good
SS arrow JisCArn While crossing
tho Williams crer bridge one day
last week a team attached to a buggy,
the occupants being Mr. Knox and
Miss Carson of Josephine, backed off
the bridge and fell to the creek below,
demolishing the buggy and injuring
the lady quite severely. Jlr. Ivnox
and the lioocs escaped with a few
Litigants Attention. Parties
having legal printing to do should re
member that it is just as legal when
published in the Sentinel as in any
other paper besides the fact that they
can get it done for about one half the
charges they are paying now. We
can convince anyone that our rates
are the lowest as ail examination will
prove. Try it.
Cruel Desertion. Mrs. Fawn, the
wife of Wong Hack Fawn, a Chinese
merchant of Waldo, deserted the bed
and board of her loid and master last
week, running away -villi another nun
and taking along some 1,100" belong
ing to hrr husband and 500 which
had been entrusted to lu-r care ly
arn.tlier Chinaman. The parties hae
"been seen iljrtlnndbutno arrests
have yet been leported.
Lectures. llv. Father Buchard
S. J., delivuicd four very interesting
Iretures at the Culholiu Chuich sev
ernl nights this week which- were
listened to lv large congregations each
evening and are highly spoken of by
nil who heard them. lie will hold
regular sei vices in the Catholic Church
next Sunday, both moining and even
ing, when he will continue his travels
iin tire missionary cause.
Was Returned. Information was
received from Liukville this week
.stating that II. C. Laws had returned
to Klamath county for the purpose of
remaining. It seems to us that he is
taking a good many chances as the in
dictments for murder and larceny still
hang over him in that count'. After
having as close a call for his neck as
he had before it would seem to us as
prudence on his part to keep away from
Matrimonial. The rumor men
tioned in last week's Sentinel about a
wedding taking placo in the Presby
terian Church dmwed an immense con
gregation last Sunday evening when
Prof. A. L. Johnson and Mrs. S. A.
Brogan were joined in the holy bonds
of wedlock by Rev. M. A. Williams.
We acknowledge a bountiful supply
of wedding compliments and wish the
.newly married couple a long anil pros
perous journey through life.
Serious Accident. William, a
fourteen year old son of Thos. Gilsnn
of Sterling, met with n serious accident
lastTjieaday which came near cnuMnz
liim to lose his. life, lie was up in a
tree, about fifteen feet from the ground,
when a'' limb broke and falling he
struck on a snag which entered his
groin to a depth of over throe inches,
severing one of the main arteries of
the leg. Some school children found
him shortly afterwards when he was
cared for by J. Parks and family until
' Ae arrival of Dr. Aiken. The boy
"had a narrow escape from bleeding to
death but chances of his recovery are
favorable now. He was brought to
town on Wednesday to be near medi--cal
Religious. Rev. B. J. Sharp will
preach at Eagle Paint at 11 o'clock
A. M , also at Antioch on the evening
of Monday, October 8th Bishop
.Hargrove of Tennessee, who so efficient
ly presided over the conference of the
M. E. Church, South, recently held at
Independence, Polk county, will hold
services at the Presbyterian church in
this placo Sunday morning at 11 o clock
at Ashland in the evening of the
true day.... Elder M. Peterson will
preach at the Big Butte school house
3d ay morning at the usual hour
.... Rev. Father Buchard, S. J., will
officiate at the Catholic church in this
place Sunday morning and evening.
Rev. M. A. Williams will hold services
at the Presbyterian church Sunday
.evening.... Rev. J". A. Slover will
preach at Antioch school-house Sun-
d?y .morning at the. usual hour.
"Wm. Carll is in town.
Bring in that wood before the roads
More smoke now than ever before
Mrs. II. A. Loughary did not lec
ture here as promised.
Tho fireman will hold their regular
meeting next Monday night.
Ileiiry Pape, Jr., is one of the typos
on the Portlaud "Staudard."
Chas. Nickell and family returned
from the State Fair this week.
John Edwards returned from Port
laud this w eek on a short visit.
Wm. Worlow will open his saloon
at Eagle Point next Wednesday.
Wheat is quoted at 75 cents h'ere
and flour sells at $25 per thousand.
The round house at Roseburg is
completed, but is not yet being used.
Mrs. N. DeLamatter of Kerbyille
is here on a visit to parents and friend.
Reames Bros, have a new style of
plow which oi'tf farmers bhould in
spect. Fred Olten of Fcots creek was in
town yesterday after winter supplies
for his mines.
Several items crowded cut this week
among which is the one promised sev
F. Hubbard, local agent for the
Osborne farming machinery, is back
A teacher's institute for Jackson
county will be held at Ashland com
mencing Oct. 23.
The. George W. Fordyce place near
Ashland has been sold to John M.
Mark for 1,200.
The harness shop of H. "V. Bataheller
has been opened at Ashland and is
ready for business.
Ashland is having a boom and con
siderable real estate keeps changing
hands at good prices.
A saloon and restaurant has been
opened near the Buck Rock tunnels by
J. G. Neil of this place.
Mrs. Laura McManus of Yreka has
been paying old time Jacksonville
friends a visit this week.
A lively fight took place at the
E.igle brewery last Sunday afternoon
but no arrests were made.
The receipts of the State Fair last
week were about 15,000; the expen
bes will be less than 12.000.
Thos. ClemmeiiH i? driving the Cres
cent City stage for a short time while
Ed. Kenney is otTou a vacation.
Cash paid for good stock hogs at
Phoenix mills weighing f0 lbs and
.upwaids. - . I W. Olvkll.
A. D. Rockfellow t Co., Attorneys
and Counsellor at Law and Heal Es
tate Agents, Ashland, Oregon.
Crit. Tolmati passed through town
on Wednesday on his way from Port
laud to the home farm near Ashland.
Hon. B. F. Dowell will go to Salem
next work to attend to some appeal
cases that he has before the Supieme
Mose F. "Waller, traveliug agent
for Blown Bros., of San Francisco, is
with us once more taking orders f'or
Dr. Will Jarkson is ornamenting
his dental rooms with new carpets,
furniture etc., and making it neater
Call on Jerry Nunan for bargain?.
Ho received lots of new goods this
week and. must make room for more
on the road.
Tho first story of Mr. Whetstone's
new brick residence has been put up
bv George Holt and will be finished
in a short time.
Wm Bybee's band of 3,000 head of
sheep were brought in from the Siski
yous to their winter lai'go in the
valley this week.
Loui Hubert had a stroke of par
alysis last Thursday afternoon since
which time hn has been lying in a
We have received Vol. 1, No. 1 of
the Curry County "Recorder" pub
lished at Denmark, Curry County
Oregon, by J. H. Upton.
.. Some one played a very smart trick
one night this week by cutting the
rope on the bucket at Savage's well
and dropping it to the bottom.
The Victor Mower was awarded the
first premium at the late State Fair
held at Sacramento Cal. Hurrah for
the Pacific coast production.
Two festive Germans were arrested
and fined 10 and costs by Recorder
Webster last week for being drunk
and disorderly. The fines were paid.
Dr. Aiken amputated a poition of a
finger for Joseph Sheridan last week
which had been mashed by getting
caught in a chain while hauling logs.
Morat ik Chale's saloon opened out
last Sunday and is ready for business.
They also propose keeping an oyster
saloon in connection with their busi-
Read Max Muller's advertisement
and patronize him at the Post-office
store. Everything in tho general
merchandise line is always kept on
E. Jacobs has gone to San Francisco
to buy goods and may remain there
about six weeks for the benefit of his
health, which has been quite poor of
Tallie Kohn, one of the partners in
the wholesale liquor house of Chas.
Kohn & Co., of Portland is in these
parts now soliciting orders for his
Prof. J. B. Farley teaches a pros
perous school in the Heber grove dis
trict with an average attendance of
sixty scholars too many for one
Rev. R. C. Oglesby has been sta
tioned here for another year by the
Southern Methodist Conftrence. Rev.
E. G. Michael is presidiug"clder forthis
J. F. Cranston, of Klamath county,
was bound over to appear before . the
U. S. grand jury next November to
answer the charge of having bought
James Croneniiller returned from a
trip to San'Francisco this week. He
will probably take charge of his fath
er's interest in tha blacksmith shop of
Cronemiller & Birdsey.
Sebastian Schumpf was quite se
verely injured bv a stick of flying
timber thrown from the machinery ia
Marsh's mill at Ashland this week.
He was improving at last accounts.
Baruch Fisher wants everybody to
know that there is no foolishness about
bis selling out at cost us he wants tc
quit bu-iness. Enquire prices and
you will be convinced.
The assessment of Like county for
1883 shows that the amount oftaxable
property is within 8000 of what it
was before the division. A good show
ing for one year. "Examiner."
The railroad track is now laid twenty-seven
miles south of Glendale but
no change in freighting terminus i
likely to be made before tho road
reaches Grants Pass.
C. C. Beeknmn and wife returned
from San Francisco this week via Port
land. Their daughter, Miss- Carrie,
remained in San Francisco to attend
L. Silberstein of tho well-known
boot and shoe house of Rosenthal,
Feder it Co., is in town selling nu
merous bills of goods. Read the ad
vertisement and patronize him.
On account of the chance in the
racing programme at the Yreka "fair
Jny Bach will not bu present with
his horses. He is inw taking in the
Washington county fair.
Look out for robbers. Two at
tempt at housc-tireaking were made
this week, one at Blocks' store and the
other nt M. Armstrong', resi
dence. A. I). Helman nnd W. IT. Kent
nor of Ashland uill also join the pio
neer excursion to the Eastern States,
leaving hero on last Tuesday's stage.
The excursion leaves Port -and October
The Kilgore Bro. have sold their
contract on the mail route "jetweeli
Liukville and Lakeviuw to pa i ties in
Goose L'ike valley, who lmv already
taken charge oftho- business.- "T?J
ings." - . ' -
The Odd Fellows contemplate mak
ins numeious inprovemciits to their
brick, the building of a new brick ad
ilitinn and the repairing of the steps
leading to their hall being among the
W. II. Cone, representing the large
stationery and printing housciif II. H.
Crocker &. Co. of Jun Fiancinco unci
Sacramento, ia in town this week;
also Geo. W. Thompson, of Esberg
Bachmun & Co.
A photograph of one pier of the
now Rogue River railroad bridge was
taken by Frank Abeil last week. The
bridge will be a must substantia
one, and among the finest on the
route of the O. it C.
Tsaac Skeeters came over from Josp
phine county this week and reports
health inipriving in that locality. He
is now engaged in digging a ditch for
carrying water to his mines when the
rainy reason fets in.
Robt. M. Garrett went to Ashland
yesterday to remain and open his new
saloon. W. G. Ivenney will arsis' Mr.
Caton in the saloon hereafter the first
of the month when Al. Giddiugs will
commence driving agair.
Dr. "Will Jackson will leave here
for Happy Camp about October 15th
returning io Kerbyville during the
session of tho Circuit Court ut that
place. All thoce desiring first class
den'al work should remember the
W. J. Wimer of Waldo was in
town several days this week on legal
business returning home on yesterday's
stage. He reports considerable travel
over the Crescent City wagon road
and everything else is brightening up
J. S. Howard returned from Klam
ath rounty this week, where he has
been surveying water ditches involved
in the Shook Calahan case. He says
that a number of settlers there are
badly scared at the presence of II. C.
Laws in their midst once more.
The Rogue River Distillery will
start up again about November 1st
when they will be prepared to run on a
much larger scale. The demand for
their whisky manufactured at the last
run has been larger than expected and
very little remains in the warehouse
The Portland Mechanics Fair com
mences October 11th and will continue
several weeks. Extensive prepara
tions are being made and it is expected
that this will exceed any previous
effort in showing the industries of our
State. We acknowledge complimen
We have heard o? the following
who will attend the Yreka Fair from
this places. "Wm. . Mensor, Edwin
Booth, J. R.. Little, George Howard, i
Chas. Prim, Ed. Hanley, Georgo t
Chase and wife, Miss Emma Pape, '
Jesse Simpson, James A. Cardwel', t
Mr. Ashmead, Fred Cronenii ler.
Our Woodvillo correspondent sends
us the following: " "" ..
China gang 101 from camp C and
gang 127 from near the 23 mile house
passed south this forenoon. Both
were going beyoud Gold Hill. Mr.
Humphrey, one of tho oldest foremen
on the tine, was in charge of tho latter
Gang 110 from ,Jas. Tufts field
passed through this afternoon. To
the question, "where are you going!"
The answer was, Godcnows; wo are
expecting orders acj Rock Point.
Gang 105 passed later.
Our old knights of tho whip, Joe
Clough and Too Martip, - are here to
night with more bolts tor Rogue River
bridge. Joe's contract'calls for about
75'tons of bridge irons-
One of the finest and most perfect
Indian mortars I "over saw was plowed
up by the scraper gang" near Evans
cree-i a few days ago. It is now in
possession of the wrjtfr.- have also
an Indian pes tie, bfa form and
eleven inches inSpHL owed up
three years ago noirlttr irirwnere the
mortar was found.
The hammer and tho saw resound
t!th ifi our midst, and Woodvilleisnow
having its little boom.
Another China gang is passing this
The railroad station "opposite Jack
sonville is unsettled as yet but unjess
it is put at some suitable point for
this town, with a good road leading
thereto, our merchants will ship either
via Chavner's bridge or Phoenix, the
distance amounting -to very little
when good roads are found.
Mr. Hurlburt's men have finished
the locating survey of the two lines be
tween Ashland nnd Wagner creek,
and txpect to have the maps and esti
mates of the cost of construction of
eacfi lino ready to send to Portland
tho first of next week. There are
three lines now thoroughly surveyed
for the company to chooso from. TI13
upper, or Applegate line, with depot
grounds on the Applegate farm,
crosses Oak stieet and cuts through
Baptiste's lot kuocks off the corner of
Daley it Go's. lunilvr house; runs
protty close to the Main street "down
liy Wood.son's, through W. C. Myers
front yard, across the road ami close to
G. F. Billing'M buildings; thence it
keeps up along the siiks hill, crossing
the stage road at the little ridgo just
below the '49 mines and, recrossing the
road again th's side of Wagner creek,
it finally connects with the Dol-sen
survey n short distance beyond Wag
ner creek. The middle, or Myer line,
we have followed before. It passes
between llelnmn's and B F. Myers
houses, below "W. C. Myers bouse and
erodes the s'age.road on tho hill above
the Eale Mills: The lower or Bear
creek" line, hich vitSjake tntrepot
farthest from town,:co"'nti'nueR wit,h a
tolerably heavy gratlof r6m tha stage
road south of' "rlic cVmnierv to the
creek bot'om. which it strikes near the
ford on the llar:;ai!ine roid; thence it
follows along thi side of tlm cretk un
til about opposite the Eigle Mills,
where it crosses Bear creek, crowing
again to tins side.it the little hill which
the stage rad goes o'er just below
tho sulphur springs; thence it keeps
along the side hill h-dnw tliH .stage roil 1
until the Lulen line is joiu-d. I
cannot be long now until the choice of
one of the lines is made. The. upper
Hurt would -suit the pei pie of the town
best, but it will probably cost some
A'hat more to build than the lower
oner and th' right of say will alvo cost
more. Slill we hope to see it chosen,
and trust that no unreasonable de
manil for right of way will stand in
the path of tho interests of the town.
Lands Withdrawn. W. F. Benja
miu, Receiver of the Roseburg U. S.
Lund Odice, informs us that the
Commissioner of the. General Land
Office has made another withdrawal of
land for the b-nefit of the O. t C. 11.
Co. All c'aimauts within tho limits
of said withdrawal who had made set
tlement upon odd stctions must place
their claims on record in the Roseburg
office within ninety days from actual
settlement, which must, "to hold the
land, having been mado prior'"to Sep
tember 17, 1883. All parties settling
subs-quentrto that date will be re
stricted to tho even numbered sections,
which have been raised in prire to
2.50 per acre within the 20 mile lin(
its. The "Tidings" says the withdraw
al embraces all, lands opposite thc-jiine
of their track for 30 imlas each SM
terminating at the S W4 of Sec.
Township 37, South, Rango 1 WJ
IIiSTomcAL Matemals. It is v
desirable that the compilers of V
ing's history of Southern Oregon si
nave access to all available resour
of information respecting this pari
the btate. ivirly records or pion
life, accounts of Indian wars, sketc
of noted events, biographies of e
neut individuals, important statist
etc., are especially valuable. Per
who possess written or printed ma
of this sort are earnestly reque. ted
the publishers to place the same a
disposal of Jlr. II. O. .Lang no
Roseburjj, in order that such ma
may be utilized in preparing the his
tory. Favors thus shown will be
deeply appieciated and ncknowledced;
while documents loaned will be pre
served nnd duly returned. Jf."
J. It. Neil ha? gone to Portland and;
Salem to represent the defense inthe
Justus appenl case before the Supreme
Court. Judge P. P. Prim and L. It.
Vebster will atao go down in a fow
days- to prosecute the case. The latter-
will also make application tor admiss
ion to the bar while there and hopes
to return here as n full fledged lawyer.
ST rn drQAper day at homd.
tj0 JL vy tSpUSamples. wortlf ?5 1
free Address Swxfio.fc Co., Portlande, i
Tho Board of Equalization adjourned
last Saturday night after one weeks
session the time allowed by law
The work of examining thn assessment
roll is not yet complete but will be
finished by the Commissioner at their
next sitting. The new mortgago tax
law is the cause, of so much trouble
and will result in considerable increase
in valuation of taxable property.
We owe an apology to our sub
scribers for the small amount of read
ing matter furnished on account of the
rush of advertisements. Contemplated
"mprovements will remedy this, how
ever, when justice will be done to both
the reading and advertising public.
In the meantime keep sending it), your
WHITE LANCASTER At the
county clerk's office, Sept. 24, 1S83,
by Hon. S. J. Daycounty judge John
White acd Julia F. Lancaster.
KIRKi ATRICK PEARSON On
Big Butts-, Sept. 24. 18S3, by Rev.
A. C. Howlett, Jefferson Kirkpat
rick and Miss Bitta Pearson.
ROCK WOODWARD At Ash
land, Sept. 2, 1S83, by Rev. A. M.
Rusell, Samuel O. Rock of Cali
fornia and Mus Eluiira A. Wood
ward. JOHNSON BROGAN In Jack
sonville, Sept. 23, 1883, by Rev.
M. A. Williams, A. L. Johnson and
Mrs. E. Brogan.
NEIL Near Ashland, Sept. 22, 1SS3,
to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Neil a son.
CHAPMAN In Ashland, Sept. 22d,
1S83, to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Chapman; a son.
P. O. Building Jacksonville
Jacksonville Or. Sept. 20 183.
J 3 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 stat' of Oregon for the county of Jack
son. Olive Anu Ilimbottom plaintiff, vs.
Samuel Cass IliginGottom dct't. tuit in
To Samuel Casslliginbottom the above
named defendant In the name of the
State ofjOrcgon you are hereby required
to appearand answer the 'complaint tiled
against you in the above entitled suit, in
which O ive Ann Higinbotlom is plaintiff
and S.imuel Cass lliginboltom defemhtet,
on or before the fiist day of the nexi term,
of saidC ircuit Court, to-wit; the 12th d.iy
of November, lbb3. Aud it you fail to
appear and answer, default will bo taken
against you, nnd for want of enswer the
plaintitT will apply to said court for the
rilicf demanded in said complaint, which
is fora decree of saidct Tt dissoliing the
marriage contract exis n-j lctwccn said
plaintiff and defendant, aud the costs and
disbursements of this suit.
Laxd Office at IJosEiirr.r. On.
Septembcr27, 1S83. )
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final prooftn support olhis
claim, and that said proof will be made
before the Judge or. Clerk of Jackson
county at Jacksonville Oregon, on Satur
day November 10 lbS'J, viz: John Y.
.Richards, Homestead No 4347 for theE i
of N "W 14 and W' J. of N E 1-4 Sec 32
T 39 S of Ita. ge 2 West Willamette Me
ridian, lie names the f llowing witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivativation of, said land, vizi
Philip Glcave, Andrew Cantrall, Charles
Thunnan, Abraham ISowina:
Onlontown, Jackson countv Or
V"sr. E. Bexjamj!,-, ltegi
isowman, all ot
I . VWI. i uir I'l
TU-nrrtnr nf TT -m H K lT:intiii Pirenit H
J0H5 MILLER, - Proprietor.
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF AGRI
cullural implements, tools of all
kimls and a general assortment of shell
He also keeps the largest stock of, and
all the latest improvements in
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
.VXD A FULL ASSOniMEXT OF
Powder, Shot, etc.
AND ALL KINDS OF OIL.
Give him a call and examine his stock
before making your purchases.
Proposals for Flour.
Subsistence Otlice, Department of the
Vancouver Barracks. W. T. Sept. 10, 18S3.
SEALED proposals, in duplicate, suk
jeet to the usual conditions, will he
received at this oflice and at the ollices ot
the Acting Conimissaries ot Subsistence
.it the follow hg named posts, (tor the
quantities needed at these mists nniv.) un.
in ia o'clock, noon, on ulnesd.ry, Octo-
uer iu, lasii, at wlucli time and places
they will be opened in the preence of
mutters lor the de'iveiv on or before ()c-
obfrSlst, 1SS3, of the following amounts
5oise Barracks, I. T., 23.710 pounds; Fort
'anbv W. T.. JJ-OiO nounds: Fort Coeur
I'Alene, I. T.. S1.280 pounds; Fort Khun
Uh,Oi:u., ST.C'Ki 'pounds; Fort Lapwai,
. T.. 0,800 pounds; Fort Spokane, W. T.,
'J.9U0 pounds; Fort i-tcvens, Oregon,
w pounds; ton lownsind, XV. T., 7 8-10
lounds; Vancouver B.irmcks. W. T.
7,040 founds; Fort Wall.i Walla, W. T.,
Samples ot' the flour (not less than two
'ounds) proposed to be furnished, must
ie submitted with the proposals. The
Hour to be tested by bnkin betore ac-
eptancc. 1'roposais lor ciuiiih'Ks less
uin the whole required wjll be received,
he Government reserves the right to re
ct any or all proposals.
Blank proposals and nrinted eiicnltr?
fating the kind of flour required, and
ivim:, full instru -lions' as to the manner
I bnldir r, -ondiiions to lie nlteorverij by
luuers i nu icnn- ot contract mid pay-
ni, win uc luniteiiui on application to
s ofiic or to the Art inj' Commissaries
Subsistence at the various posts
envelopes contiinin proposals should
marKcd: "iroposi's tor Hour at
,"and addressed to the undersigned.
to the respective '"ctinx Commissaries
SubMstenec XV. A. ELDEIJKIN.
Capt nn and P. S. U.S.A.
LL THOSE KXO.VIXG THEM
selves indebted to the P. of II. Jlill
mpany. or to Wagner, Anderson and
rmcrs' Mill Company, are hi rcby rc
etl to come forw-rd anl settle "their
accounts. 1 hfs is positively the last call.
If satisfactory arrang 'incuts are not made
to settle those accounts on or before the
1st day of November next, I will then
enforce their collection by hiw. Good,
clean wheat will be taken at one, dollar
per bushel in payment of claims, if deliv
ered in the steam flouring mill ut Jack
sonville previous to said November 1st.
This means business aud no more foolish
ness, fc. J. DAY, Agent.
PiOSBXTHAL, FEDHR & CO.'S
CELEHR.VTED GLIFOKXIA MADE
jrg, uuiiilji I'.U siaij UUjs publication
reof and failing to do so their rights
II be barred bv sutute.
.u P. Hlxjamix, Register.
TmE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETO-
V L fore existing between Prank Km use
and Wm. M Turner in the pub icatiou
of tbe Onnoox Sestinei. isthis day dis
solved by mulaul consent, Wm. 31. Tur
ner retiring. All outstanding accounts
duo the firm are p yahlc to Frank Krause
who will alsop y any debts owing by the
Wu. 31. TURNER,
Sept. 3. 1SS3.
t ciaal ocl.
150 cords mixed dry pine and fir wo
and several thousand bushels of gralr re
wanted at the Rtvue River Distilleiv Jor
which cash will be paid Apply to the
undersigned in Jacksonville
N. h.. Lytle.
August IB. tfrS-l
in Tin r mn
Odd Fellow's Buildin; Jacksenrillcj-Oregon
DttALKK AND YVORKEU IN
TIN, SI1EET IRON, GtPFER, LEAD'
A FIRST-OLASS STOCK OF STOVES
POWDER1 OF E7ERV DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps,
WQQDEH &, WILLOW WARC-
Taints Oils, Varnish, Glass
Shot, Brushs, Chains, Hose
I have secured tbt services of a Cnt-clasv
Mechanic, ami am prepared to do all repair
lug prumptly aud in superior style.
fN CONNECTION' VT1TH THE ADOVE
1 I nm receiving and have constantly ou
hand a full aud flrst-alass stock of
DHY-aoODS, GUM BOOT?, TOBACCO
REAOV MADE CLOTIIIMJ,
GLASS1VAHK. CUOCKKHY, &c.
pB-Zitr) thins o'd at reasonable rate.
Jacksonville, March, 9, 1878.
X. K. Cor. Second and Yamhill Sis.,
FOHTLAED. - - OREGOH.
A. P. Akmstrong, Principil.
J. A. Wtvco, l.nm-m and Secretary
DjsiJiI te la Bisiiss Eiheation cf Both Sexes.-
e jcl s s
AJintttcil on any wtx-K day of tho jir.
Or nil klntt&ixi-cutul toonkr at reasonable ratc3
ThuCo!L'i! Jmirn it," containing Information
of tho course of stuiH, nu ot t lilinn, time to
int.T, clc.aiul cvitot plain an J otiiauii.ntal cn
BOARD AS. LGB8INS
Best house for the money this side of
TR, J. BROWST,
DEUTSCHE It AEZT,
Will practice in all Chronic Diseases, also-
piioid i'ncumonia, Lung Fever, Diph.
ria. Consumption. Catarrh, etc. Time
d doctor fliills will he saved by coming
nir ut once. ur. urown win guarantee
forfeit So00 forcverv case of Seminal
'caknesa or private disease of any kind
viiurai-icr which no unueruiKcs anu
h to cure. His ciulicinc is nurclvvei'
libit and has all the power and cfllcacy
cuHimci or quinine, wituoui any ot mo.
unous ancr eiucis.
Eliinglos Tov Sale.
The undersigned is now prepared to
nisli the best quality of shingles, cut
Ih diamond knife, in any quantity de
ed. Price delivered in Jacksonville S3"
r thousand or transportation off at the
II. situated two mile south or Williams
ek po-,t ollici". Orders can he left with
Karewski. J. Cuai-hax.
Land Office at Rosekuro, On., )
September (!, 18!. f
Notice is hereby given pursuant to an
act of Congress of June !5 1878 for the
sale of timber lands in the abitcs mf Cali.
foniia. Oregon, Nevada, and in Washing
ton Territory, that F. E. Habersham has
applied to purchase the W J ofjJW'if
Sec. 8 Town-hip So South "of Itange t
West Wil 3Icndian. Any and all persons
claiming adversely any of the above de
scribed land must file their chums with the
Register of the Land Oflice nt Roseburg.
during the sixty days publication hereof
and fading to do thN their rights will be;
barred by statute. Wm. F. Benjamin,
ALL PERSONS INIirM 1 1) TO THE
iind-rMj.n d bj U'.t ir ok account,
ure requested ti cab a I s b withjut