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Saturday, November 3, 188S.
Wastes. At Joliasou'ti land office
Wn dwelling houfes t rent, iteady
rtutera aitd gwtl pay.
Bclliso Out. Those ditiring any
tkingiu the liue of merchandise, will do
wtll ky calling on Barrech Fisher be
fara going elsewhere as be is cloiini;
at ki atock at cost. A. trial will
Pkxptort Sale. A. L. Johnson,
auctioneer, will hull at public auction,
oa Siturday, Nov. 10th, a pair bugcy
aortea, a pair team horses, two waguiis
tkrve sets of harness, one two-seated
spring back, one large tent, two cook
tares, and a miscellaneous lot of
Pkxsiokkks. There are -twenty
ty thre persons in Jackson county
drawing pensions from the cot en'
nt amounting in all to 0197 t
month. Of this Owen Kergan g-t
$18 par month, Frank Kasshafer $6,
M. II. Coleman, SI, El wood Smith,
$4, A. J. SIcore 58, Silas Reynolds,
$4, and Jas. Laughliu $8.
Skttlkment. Those indebted to
Dr. Aiken will please settle as soon as
pwiibla. And to those e8ecially,
who are seemingly indifferent whether
their bills aro ever paid or not, he
would say, that if they are not settled
in fall by January 1st, ho will net
.lop to saj please, bat put tlie accounts
int proper hands for forced collection
Cimtner's Depot. Articles of
agreement were entered into last week
between the railroad rorananv and
Thomas Chavner by w hich the Depot
was located on the luttrr's land on
Ragae River, just the other side of the
bridge. A town eite is now being laid
eat and the place is likely to command
a good trado from tho location it is iu.
Oua, DtrOT. The Grand Central
railroad depot has been located at
list aud the company have decided on
putting it on tha bind owned by 0. W.
Brob&ck,C SliusuF.C.C. Bookman and
I. J. Phipps. It ison a cornerownedby
tho four above mentioned parties but
the depot property will bo on lh lmxl
owned by Bruback. A ton site will
b laid out and property offered for
Bring u that wood.
llruieiulr the gnuii law.
Thanksgiving on the.29th.
Sjbuol meeting Novemtier 1 Ct la.
Circuit Cnurt commoners November
Send in yor turkeyt for Thanks
giving. Thos. J. Kennoy offers higher prices
for deer akiua.
Com meal far aala at Max Mailer '
Mrs. Thos. Brown died en Jackson
creek this week.
Rd what Dr. Aiken has to cay to
tkoit? oing him.
Win. Hanley came in from Harney
valley this week.
J. SI. Smith is canvassing for some
of Mark Tvaia'n "vorks.
Roitel found his picture by adver
tising. Nothing like It,
The celebrates Humbolt beer kept
on tap at Calon k Garrett's
"Thos'. Riley has been laid up for a
week past with a sprained aukle.
Thos. Fuller, of Fullerville, on the
Siskiyous, was in town this week.
Amuieu's Cough Syrup cures colds,
coughs, bronchitis aud consumption.
Eighty dollars were the receipts of
the entertainment last Friday evening.
The Court aud the attorneys from
here hare all returned from Kerby
ville. A new butcher shop will be opened
in town next week by the Ilouley
Miss Allie Hanley has returned
from a trip to San Francisco uud Port-
Dr. A. Slarkau of Central Point is
''uiug a largn busiues in tli dnutal
liuti t.nd gives the Lest of fcatufuctiou.
Jo Clough, an old knight of the
wnin, was in town last Wednesday
An lloxn-sx Man. Slart Hurst
thix we-k brought us n Urge load of
black oak wood hauling it from his
p'lcs en Anteloj.e ereuk, eighteen
miles from Jacksonville, and tuid us
to apply the amount on his suhscrii
t:i)u. Taking into consideration the
tiifUiice he bad it to haul and the
vst vouie people consider debts owing
to tb printer, we think Mxrt is n
Mrtvipar of tiiecial mei tion a a man
who will alwiVS pHVK bin debts.
ATrEarrtu RoiiBCitY. One night
lwt vreuk an attempt was mad to iob
the jrangontoie on Apph'sate in charge
of Wui. Pernell but tho pmpnttor
Ltiritig tho noise distuibed the rubber
ly tiring suvers! nhuts at him but uu
luckily nona of tkeui took eilVcc, Sev
eral tacki of kturo goods, locethtr with
tl: coutpau'ti account book, v-n-f'ii
:iceJ up and ready to take
away but cs it was nothing was to
JL. 9rtaia party is eapicicnd with
Coal im tue Tokxkl. A lettoi
from the foieman of Ihn Sikiou tuu
nol, received here yestenlay, sny thai
on tha 25th itut. the drills iu the
.heading of the routh end struck ston
ccal. A few dayx ago a ve.in thire
fiat in tki(.kness was cut through flout
th Korth end. Th)3 is favorMb e tu
the contractors, who in addition tu
baxipx ei-T material to move, tecurr
fsel in sa&king sU'Mii without extra
oxpnss. Timbenng through tho con
is no more expensive than through
Jooaw rock. "Oregonitn."
RkLiaiotJS. Re. B. J. Sharp wiil
preach next Sunday morning tit
Grants Pass, Woodville, 3:30 p. it. mm
at Rock Point in the evening. He
will al&o preach at Gurnard's nuliim!
liouso on Sluuday evening, at Antioch
Tuesilay evening and ht Ejgle Poin
Wedntfediy evening ....'iJev. R C
Oglesby will hold divine ervicei hi
the M. E. diurch in thii plac' Sundivv
mornin and evening. .. .Regular er
ricun at the Catholic chun.li. Re. F.
X. Blan'-het offiuiaiing.. .E'der SI
Petorson will preach t the new Mound
district bchool hoiite Sunday morning
....Rey. J. A. Slover will preach ki
Amioch school house, Saturdav and
Suuday Rev. SI. A. Williaun
preaches at the Presby tei ian church
Sunday morning and evening.
Statistics or Josephine County
Tho following is the tiiiding of
Josephin- county as returned by the
Asvpfcnr, Prank DeBkinger. Acres cf
land, 55,889, valued at 5227,746.
average, $40 75. Town lotn, 5,920;
imnroveineuts, SCG,855; Uiei cliuudiir
aud implements $G1.70; money, noten
and aecount, 77,017; furniture, car
riugei!, jewelry, eta, ?38 920. IIo-m-b
and mules, 845, valued at $37,
555; average, $44 44. Csitle
2,070 value.! at 34.972; average,
$16 41. Sheep,2,710, valued at 3.
932; averaje, SI 45. Sine, 2.4.'9
valued at SG.254; avers: 82 05
Gro value of projMTty $563,85.'i; in
debtedniHis, 111,250; i-eniptioii. SCO,
9.7R. Tnlnl tavalito t.ri.i.rft fiftQ I .
351. Number of polls, 547. The liolr
tax is $1 each and the lemainder ixxp
portioned as follows: State ta.
6 9 10 mill. 2,197 16; school, 4
mills, $1,569 40; county, 13 milU,
$5,100 56; Crescent city wagon road,
$941 74. ToUl, 25 mills. . The tax
atnounla-to $10,355 an increase, of
Sirs. Jay Beach has gone to Wash
ington county to join her husband and
Judge R. P. Boise has gone east to
attend the national meeting of the
The New State Hotel will again be
in charge of Sirs. C. W. S&tagti after
An entertainment by the members:
of the Presbyterian Sunday School is
A drove of 150 head of boas were
taken to Ilujipy (Jump fiom this valley
this week by Vui. By bee Jr.
Geo. L. Chase has re-ogned his po
situ n as diner for the sige couipaiij
si'c B or not yet named.
A. D. Kockfellow & Co., AHomeys
unJ Coutii'-IliiiH at Law and Real E
Ute AcuutE, Aahlaud, Oiegoii.
Cl! on Jerry Xtmaii for l)ig.m- in
tue dry soims anil i;rocry line, tie
has k ivrga tx.k to "j-lrcl Iro'u
G. SI. WilUrd, HimsgTof Mi tier A
Oj's. stole at AoliUmt, rttumecl from
a visit to G;ants i'.ui tli"u w-k.
Trtivvl on the stsgr.5.eepii.er,f.iue
und It is neci'Staty thit vu speak foi
a seat iu tiut; if vou waul to ildu.
Th fii in of Bichm&n Uios. of Puri
Und, biokerK uud insurauca igocii,
failed this week for a lurjo uutjUfit.
The Butto creek form owmsl bv F.
Sckiiiitl'lMg i purcliad this vvet-k
by J. S. HoArd wha paid $1,01) ioi
Ohio wmit democratic at the last
iicliini 'iut Ply male will cotiliuue
furuuhing livery teams as ciieap u
fver. Tue resdeice of Rubt. Kaliler was
nut sold as reponed last week' the
owiier'having ivtused $1,600 for the
S. S. Aiken i Co. offer their entire
trck nd stum tixtun-s for salo at a
tiHigain. Some one can get a bargain
Sirs. Slerritt Bellinger, has returned
fiouia vi.'it to the Willsnieltevjdloy ac
comp tuied by Lillio Saltmarsli, of Lab
J. S. Howard savs he ft ill not be
outsold by uiiyouem his line of general
merchandise. Bauls ai.d shoes etc.
Give him a call.
A tine lot of millinery uoo-fs, silks,
uutins and velvets aud everything in
the millinery line just received at Sirs.
J. S. Howard's.
The election for town officers at
Ashland takes plce next Slonday. A
livrly liht is anticipated on tho tern
We an; uuder obligations to Jacob
SI ills for a can of superior soighum
tiyrup. it is ot line llavorttua cant be
beat in auy couutry.
merchants. He has completed his
railroad contra t.
Prof. E. T. Kugler is teaching a
Urge class iu music. He 'w an excel!
etit teacher and ia appreciated by
those who have childreu who wish
The report now is that tho railroad
cotopauy have dcidd on taking what
i known as tb upimr survey throuch
Ashland. The depot will b; on the
The contract for hauling vegetables
from Laketiew to Fort Klamath has
beeit completed by Slessrs. Sluller fc
Fisher. J. P- SIcDaniel had charge of
Probably the oldest who went east
on the Pioneer traiu is George S. Nel
son, of Chehalem, Yamhill county;
who is now in his 83J year. He came
to Oregon in 1844.
If you want a Sewing Machine call
at E. C. Broods drug, watch, clock,
and jewelrftore. His machines are
a little finer and his prices a little
snugger, than any other bugger's.
The stages changed to Winter time
on the Grst of this month and they now
arrive in the night from both ways.
The one from the north is due here at
9 P. w. aud the louthem about 1 A. J.
A traveling printer and telegraph
operator staid in town one night this
week and succeeded in creating quite
a disturbance in the TJ. S. Hotel after
imbibing fotue of the ardent that even
ing. Ab. Gildings and Geo. A. King
have exchauged drives on the O. & O.
Stage lin, tho former taking the
drive from Rock Point to Glewlalj
ank King will drive from Rock Point
An attempt to break jail was made
this week by Slellvillp, charged Ui
larceny, but was checked in time by
the interference of the ivilor. None
of the other piisauers assistod in the
attempt to gain their liberty.
E. Jacobs returned from tbo city
this week after an absence of several
weeks. He lou"ht a Mock of goods
for the Jacksonv illo market while le
low whirh will anive esrly this week.
Cll on him for bargain.
IT and Richard Schndr-fin wen; in
town thi week v'Mtiug old time
friend. Tliev report their exju'ditioii
in Aii-'ka a fmlur-, uotwilhttHuditig
that tliny found iruod pyilii; mines.
1'liti severe wiulera are the caiiic.
About rev-iitv-6ve friends of Sirs.
M Unuser n:t kt her rci-rmc Us
Saluniav evimiuj; to .celebrts I;er
sixtieth liinhdty. A must enj'iyanle
"veiling -ausspiii, all ir'ieiit wi.-liiuu
h.-r niaiiv more years of heiiltli and
IV t-aclier's Institute held at Ash
laud ist ueek piored a mios iu
i.vt'TViy. Slensrs. E U. .McEto,
Pi of Thiw Van Sony, SI. G. Royal
.uid S'lvl Su'ierilteildent Win. L.
Colvig des-ive credit for tho bUicisi-
ful li opting held.
The plmtering iu thn lojrer story of
the Court llous-j is nil complete knj in
thiupper story it uaUn nearly fiufbed.
The next tenti f court cannot be held
i here as expected, however, on uccnuui
of the delay in getting tho btairvvay
ija'ly(for the hall.
A Chiinmaii robbed tho store of
S epheus Bio';, on tliH Siskiyous the
other day ainl was 'ocked up on thtt
charge in tho Ashland calabwime.
.While incsreerated vbere .u made an
attempt to burn it down but the tire
was discovered in time by the city
marshal a'sd very little damage resulted.
The dispatches inform us ths.t on
the 8th of OctoW, 1S83, Dr. Charles
II Ctane, Surgeon General of the
I'nited States army, died at Washiug
ien. Dr. Crane was well known to
the old residents of Southern Oregon,
Woodville Ocjt. Oct. 29, 1883.
A ganyof Cliiusmen was sent up
hero the other uiorniug, to finish up n
piece of woik on tho giade just back
of the iost office that had been left
undone, and the men being pleased
with their new foreman", everything
was moving along in tiue style, and
the boss was duly happy. Rut it hap
pens that one of our neighbors, living
near the grade, is posse.-sor of an aged
0st, very dignified and wise; and
though not-of the billy kind, is, never
theless, as strong minded ard as inde
pendent as any billy goat you ever
saw. It also happens that thora ia a
fill across the flat from Evans creek to-
the bench or terrace uputi which most
of the houses here are built, and along
this till madam the goat usually takes
her morning stroll, fully convinced
that she is lord, or rather lady, of all
shesurviys. jSow it hap'pened that,
while the r.onr Chinamen, all sa?on-
scious of approaching danger, were
casting the earth with steady heave
upon the rising grade, our heroine
was out taking her morning prouie
nade along the till, deeply cogitating
in her mind -suck matters U3 a- wise
and dignified goat Use herself should
be thinking about, 'Castiuu her eye up
the road, the perceived a lot of men
engaged in some employment, the na
ture of which she could not exactly
make out, and moved along to take
closer observation. But what was
her as'onishment and indignation
a hen. havins approached a little too-
close, a shovel full of gravel thrown
LLTTLU LliT. "
The following is a list of letters not
called for at the Jacksouvilla Postoflice
Nov. J8, 1S83.
Atteberry T F Womack S Sirs
Boals V W Williams W
Cunpbell J HH Webber Win
Clifs Joseph Thornton Kitty
Cortney Bill Smith Jacob
Darnell J ameaK Short Wm F
Dougherty W W Shepbard B SI
Hall Fletcher 2 Sawyer SI A.
Robinson A D
Reynolds F A
Mai SIuller, P. SI.
Hayes A C
Hvrer J U
Kane E 0
Sloore A J 2
R. Kinneiv' traveller fcr Albert
Slass and Co. of San Francisco was in
town this week taking orders.
ciose, a. suuiui iun ui (;iavci "' "i j,jnii 1UU iU a iJLi misera Jte by m
by a needle celestial, all unexpected ffgiion, Di-ziuess, Loss of Appetitt
came snowenng wiui unnuing impulse fellow sft,j Siiiloli :
Speculators now bare a good c'janee
to invest their rpare change in city
Iota at tha difiercut depots now being
located in this county. "You pays
your money and ,you takes your
Notice. A Iarga assortment of the
celebrated New Home sewing ma
chinrs) the best ana cheapest in the
marketMiavo just been received at E.
Ia Urooks store. Call and examine
themJbsfpjc pnrrlusing elsuwhere.
Bilger &Iaeg!y are agent for the
best wiiuftuill made and has sevcrnl
orders on tmnj fcr parties in the valley.
1t:AMi&UIlI!VU I'Ubt'LlUATl.t.V. r
The President of the United States
has issued the fol. owing Thuuksgiving
In tha furtherance of the custom of
this people at the closing of each year
to engage, upon a day set apart for
that purpose, in a special festival of
praise to tho Giver of all, I Chester A.
Arthur, President of the- United
States, do hereby designate Tiurtday,.
the 29th diy of November next as a
day of national Thanksgiving. The
year which is drawing to in end has
been replete with evidences of divine
goodness. The prevalence of health,
the fullness of the harvests, stability,.
peace aud order, the growth of frater
nal feeling, the spread of iiitelligtnce
and civil and religious liberty all
these aud countless other blessings.
are cause for reverent rejoicing. I do.
therefore, recommend that on the day
above mentioned the people rest from
their accustomed labors, and meeting
in their several places of worship, ex
press their devout gratitude to God
that He hath denlt so bountifully with
this nation, and pray '.hat His grace
and favor abide with it forever.
le liaviui; served witli Li.ilit,
Su.i'li'.s ciiiiin.ind during the
wars of 1853 mid 1855.
s?io,is-ov;r last year
Joseph L Patterson and family have
returned ty their home at Woodland
Gl., accompanied by Sliss Emma
Armstrong of this place.
Tha reported s-le of Geo. Cross' sa
loon at Phoenix to Eigati & Hall did
not tabu p'ace and the fiinntr will
continue the business as before.
Jess Evans, an old resident of Fort
Jones, Ca.1 , is in the valley looking
for a location and thinks of settling
some where near Central Point,
Miller the murderer of Dr Glenn
was convicted of murder in the first
degree at ( Hu.su, Cab, this week und
seulenc-d to imprisonment for life.
b- Genl. John E. Ro?, C. C. McClen
don ar.d J B Montgomery had a few
hours bum on the Umpqua uividethis
week uud csme iu wjih eleveu deer.
S. Cuhu, formerly of this place, has
opened a reuil boot and shoe store at
316 Sixth street, S'.n Franci-co, and
asks all of his old time Jacksonville
friends to sive him a call when visit
I iug tbo city.
The entertniument given here last
Friday evening by the Ashl uu! amu
leurs proved u success both financially
und .other wise in the play of ' Ksmaral
da." Dro. Leeds of the "Tidings" and
Sliss Slullte Russell, whu acted the
eadiug characters, deserve especta
mention for the manner in which they
weie sustained wliilothe others done
exceedingly well fo'r amateurs. '
In the name of suffering humnnitv,
we request all physicians to try Ani-
mens Cough Syrup, then they will
prescribe it for their patients w ho are
tumbled with coughs, colds and diseases
for which it is recommended. Many
doctors who are opposed to patent
medicines prescribe this remedy; the
drusjgist biniplv changes the contents
into another ' ottle, and tho patient is
nono the wiser, while the physician
gets c-edit for the cure, which always
follows where n cure is possible. Ask
your druggist to show you a larg
A ciiaracler took an Oregoti & Cah-
inrnia uuiironu tram recently at
Wood burn, who evidently knew little
of traveling in that wuv, or "at least
hail.no exptii-nce with that splentkd
contrivance known as air brakes.
Tho train was speeding along at the
usual thirty miles per hour, whrn Mid
denly the brakes were at j, ied and the
train stopped. The engineer as well
as the conductor was ignorant of the
causM until the last named otlicial
found our Woodburn granger eudeav
orini to obtain a. drink of water from
what he took for a faucet in one com
er of his car. Ex.
and indecent haste upon her devoted, b,
ueiui. 3rreai- aiuitiiciccus, wua etui
outrage moro wanton! Conceiving
herself more grossly insulted, she gave
instant battle. The famous encounter
of Don Quixote, with the wind mills
of La Sl-ircha though more certainly
disastrous, was, it is safe to say, bald
ly more ludicrous. -Her nostrils glow
ing with rage, and lite flashing from
her eyes, she made furious but inefect
usl assaults upon the flying gravel,
rising to her hind feci- aud buttins at
each shovelful in a manner as ludi
crous as it was absurd. Tha China
men greatly amused, pitched the hard
er, and thegravel camo fast and fu-
nonH, aim mauam quickly I) ad lier
iu"Hds "full, as she essayed the impos
sible; task of butting at each and every
shovelful as it, came. However, fu
riooslv she charged, now in one. di
rce.tion, now in the other, rising and
linUins in quiLk succession; and still
the. excitement grew. Seeing at
length, Unit tho grinning Celrstials
were but adding insult to injury, she-
chansed her tactics, nttd made u dash
as sudden ask was unexpected, at the
t'hiinnien theuis-elve, producing a
riot, the like of whieh b.isT.ot been sur
passed in modern timm, unls- it mav
li(rliy-Th7C"oT-.bwt nun. it seemed
:"nr x time thit rai;ro-vl building in
this section vvntl'J har to be suspend
ing unless by some means ur heroine's
ivrsth (ould bf nppiased, nr, at least,
until she could b- nmdn to understand
that' no inMl't had hetu intended.
I5tit ibis scii'ieo a hopelessly iuipossi
lo - tAsJ. The fftjeinnn, however,
uiUiMlui of Ins duty,, ami pn ierriu"
mfe aetiie measures to the. slowef
method of diplomacy, caltutl in the
dogs to his assistance; :.nd this beiit
as good thiyj; as the dogs wanted,
the heroine of the buttlo was put to
cutMeii and iuq'urii.un fl:L:.
Tho c.irpehters r at work framing
Evans creek bridge. The structure
will ba Hove Trus of 103 'feet cp.m.
Camp 11, two miles and a half be
low Woofville, for a long time the
most important camp in this section,
has moved out root and nraivli, and is
now located at the south end of Gold
In the vicinity of Bloody run there
i still about two weeks work for tho
From Bloody-run this way, and
south to within a mile and a half of
Bock Point, the grading is entirely
done; ind further on, to Rogue liver
crossiiit:, very little work remains to
Leferer has finished up his rij;ht
of wav contract, and will do nothing
further in that line until Spring. Sir.
L"fever and hi clerk Clmrlev B-rglv
en are both in Portland, but am ex
pected back soon
From Mr. Volk, superintendent
construction, I get the following par-'
From Camp 10 to thn new town of
Giants Pas ih distance by raib-oad
survey Is about three aud one half
The track lavers nie tins side of
camp 10, and will have track to with
in two miles of Grants Pass by end of
Track laying will then have to stop
on account of unfinished condition of
the high trestle-work in that vicinity.
The company, however, are making
every effort to complete this nigh
trestl" wort: fts oon as possible, ore
even hauling timber from Wolf creek
for this purpose.
Thev expect to have track to Grants
Pas, and will run regular trains to
same place, within four weeks from
this date, as the company is ballastirg
the road and putting it in good shape
as fast as the track is laid.
From Grants Pass to Bloody run
the grading Js entirely done. There is
a little grading vet to be done in the
vicinity of the high trestle work men
tioned above, but this can only bo
done as the trestle work ia completed.
E. W. H.
i's Vitalizer is a
WnY WILL YOU cough! Shiloh's
cure will give immediato relief. Price
10 c'.s. 50 cts. and 1.
SHILOH'S CATARRH RESIEDY
a positive cure for catarrh, diphtheria
und Canker Mouth.
SHILOH'S CURE WTILL imme
diately relievo Croup, Whooping cough
Volt DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com
plaint, you have a printed gu irantee
ome,fery botth of Shiloh's Yita'izer.
Itjjoyer fails tocuie.
A2NASAL INJECTOR free wih
eacliSttle of Shiloh's Catarrh Reme
dy. Price 50 cents.
TIH5T.EV. II. THAYER, of Bour
bon, 3nd., savs: ''Brit myself nrnl
w ife owe one liver to SIIILOil'S CON
? mtM urn hi i 1 1 i i
Junous. The following is a list of
jurors drawn for the regular term of
Circuit Court commencing November
12lh: Fred Grob, D. W. Knutxen,
J nines Armpriest,. Chas. W. Taylor,
Gcorgn 15-all, J. J. Holt, Slilo Sloth
ews, B. F. Stiller, C. J. Armstrong,
J. H. Whipp'-, J. R. Reames, Yol
ney Colvig, Tho. SI o Amu ens, George
C. HolTuiin, Perry Foster, J no. A.
A. Carter, Charles t rim, J. SI. Lof
UnJ, L. C. Coleman, B H. Dean, O,
Gauiard, John Bulev, J. SI. Fountain,
Geo. W. Fordvce, G. F. Billing-, L.
Broadswoid, Geo. A.Jackson, Nelon
flosmer, Gwin S. Butler, Wm. Sonson,
J no. L. Grubb.
"HACKSIETACK," a lasting and
fragrant perfume. Pi ice 25 and 50
Odd Ftlltrc'i Buildiag JjtiioaTillj, 8rt;oa
DEALER AND WORKER IK
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPF.R, LKAU
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOYB
POWDER OF EVERY. DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps,
WGGDfi& WILLOW WARE
Paints Oils, Varnish, 6Ins
Shot, Brnsbs, Chains, Egmo
ETC.. ETC. (
I lme fenr-d tnc frrvlcr of a flrt-c!
Mechanc, and am prip-irrd tiulo all rcpoir
lin; promptly and in rupenor style.
N COSNEfiTION VITI1 TPE AR0V
1 I m ri-cei fines nil have onii-inutlv jo
hitud a full dJ Grat claps iluck of
PAU KEIi - CATCHING-In Slouml
diitrict, Oc:. 2Sth, by Eider SI
Peterson, W. W. Parker and Slis-.
FUEDEN r.UKG G ARPvETT On
the 24th of Oct. 1SS3, hi the home
of ih bride's uareiiti, near Brown
ville, Orejon, bv II. J. Averill, J. P.,
, Sir Geunje W. Fredeiiburi; and
ldiss Slartha J. Garrett.
JfcCUUDY CLARK At New
Pine cieek, Iake county, Oct. 21st,
1SS3, bv A. Fitts. J. P., Joh. Sic
Cm dy and Sliss L. B. Clark. '. .
WOSIACK In Table Bock lirecinct,
Oct. 11th, 1SS3 to Mr. and Sirs.
Benjamin Wouiaek, a daughlvr.
llAISIEY In Table Bock precint,
Oct. lltli 1883, to Sir. and Sirs. T.
J. R.timey, a son.
YARBROUGn On Sucker creek.
Oct 20th, 1SS3, to Sir. and Sirs. D.
Yarbrouijh, a son.
SO WELL At Althonso, Oct. 22d,
1SS3, io Sir. nn.l Sirs. J: 0. Sow ell,
HANSEN On Applegate, Oct. 27th,
18S3, to Sir. and Sirs. II. L. Han
sen, a son.
LOUS'GNONT In tin's city, Oct.
10th, 18S3, to Sir. aud Sirs. Jim.
Lou-inont, a son.
LEWIS On Rosue river, Oct. 201$
1883. to Sir. and Sirs. Alouzo LPw?1
,'u n tn.i -T
13 .. ni'jn . rp
Lujd Office at Ilosoiuno. On., )
October 21, 1S8S. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow
in mimed settler bis tiled notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
ofhis cbiim, and tint said proof will be
made before the ( lerk of Jackson county
Jacksonville Oregon, on Saturdav Decem
ber 1. ISsS, viz: Jacob L. W'orlow Pre
emption 1). S No. -taut, for Hie E K of
S w J; Sec. at Town 157 Sof It 2 E ist'ind
Lot : ami j u 'j oi rx s-e, ( Town
:i$ S of H inie 2 ' ast. He nim 's the fol
lnuiii!! wiinc-scs to pr ve hlsermtinuous
rcsiili nee upon, am! eu'tivation nt. s-ud
land, viz: A.-inm ( ybiml. Philip Miller.
John Huekefin'th. Ceo'iie w viand, all
of E.ile Point. J.iekoii cnnniv Oieon.
W. r. I)i:fjAuiN, Heiristcr.
I'. S. AKIX, BHX 6ULI4NO, It. E. POSC
- -i-r7-zan. i t-,.sg
1)U. A. SIARKIIAM,
Of C!TIf!TnV n.'YTKT fVnli-.l Tninl
dUltULWl A-AlA., .
All vvork in niv line done tn the best man
uer. Satisluctlon gnarautccd.
GHOCSIUES, , .
DllT-OOODS, QVIS E00TB, TOBACfO
REAUV MAUfC cunm.so.
UIIASS'.VAUK. CnOCKEH V, ,
p-ETrlUisgiold ttrearondMe ntt-i.
Jncksonville. March, 9. 1878.
'. O. I5uil(Iiu- JccUsonvitlu
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKES
nleusurc in informing the public that
Uu It ispu chased L. enloinouN inUrcst '. '
POST OFECE STORE,
Iiidiwil be kept stocked with co
plcteantl tlrst-cli-s assoitnicntof go M nil
nnrchandisc. 1 will siK ul '
"YTy Koasonnbli- Kat.
Giro me a fall and sec for ynur elves,
M IX SIULLUK,
JarKFnnvil'e.Jnly 11. 1 82.
BUSINESS COLLEGE -.
K. E. Cor. SiconJ and amhill S'.v..
F0H7LA2D, - 0RS3CS.
A. T. Aivs-.-:osc,
IVnuun anJ Sc rrtr
IJoaiMjuy "fJuss lioots" untcsj 'you
want tho best.- Sw that our uamu "
13 ofi"cery. pair.
- ' . -
VEVERY PAIR GXJARANTf.EI).
V " AKIN. SKM.INO&CO.
S S. ikcn & Co. will sell their hr, t
stock of general nieirbnudi.-c, ora lit
tures and the entire bu-.iiics- l"lii in i.
;ood opportunity lor any one wishiutr l
invest in a bi paying business. Tirnw
Tho Bcrrns' Gtrroi: Is b-
sued March and fccpt., cacu
Ivcar: t:i0 x-cs, 8rll
h..i. -:.i. .v..r :i..'w
illustratious a v.hoio pic
ti.ro callerv. Gives whole
sale pricc3 direct lo conftuam on all goods
for personal or lasjiy use. j.t-.iauv..
to order, and ev3 cc c"t cl" every
thins you ie, cat, drink; v car, cr havo
fun Willi. Tiicso invaluablo L)Ia coiv
tain iniirmation gloaneil from tho mar
kcU of tha v.url 1. Wo vrill mail a copy
Froo to any address upon receipt cf tno
poita jo 7 cents. I-ct us hear from you.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
23" iz 223 tVabta Atoi-.c, Ci.tc-c t .
Dii.4 f ti) EaiS3 EJatisa cf Eoia Sow.
PHCP. S. T. KTJGLrn,
TEACHER OF MUSIC.
To toe Tbavkli.vo rcuLia The
completion of the N. P. R. R, has
rejieved the C fc O. stage line of
the transportation of an enormous
quantity of mail, ann the company are
now prepared to carry all who apply
to them for passage, north or south,
and put them over the road in good
N-TWITHSTNDING ALL RE-port-
to the contrary l,0i E. T.
KuJlt wishes to inform the Y'6l)b't: that
be will s i 1 continue tcachfcrttiusic ami
asks for a share of the public potrun.-ipr.
The Professor stands 11 1 the head of ihe
lit :i 4 a teacher of music mid all hiivint;
pupils should send them to his school
L.vsd Office at Rosubuiio, Ou., )
Noviraber 1, lfcbo. f
Notice is hereby given that the fol ow-fns-namtd
settler Ins tiled notice of bis
intention to make liual proof in support
ofhis claim, and that said proof wi.l foe
mmle before the Judge or Clcrlaof Jack.
son county Oregon at Jacksonville, on
Sitnrday December 15,Usbo, viz: Oeorje
L. Lacy, Pre-emption I). S. No. M):t tor
llic N ti 1-4 ot S , ui Sec, 21 Town. a"
j-outh of Itange4 West Wil Sier. Ik
names the following witnesses to pirvo
his continuous residence upon, and colli-
vat on of, salu land, viz: u. w. Uennctt,
rCIJLIC ARC NOTIFIED
tint I tor1 id any pe 0:1 liuniiu or
discharging lire ar s within Ihe limit.-, of
my property. Fair warning is lieieby
given tli.it "I will proiecule lie passers
itisregatding lius notice to the lull e.ueut
of tin- law.
Jacksonvi le Au. 2-"tii 1SJ.
AJinUlist on .my vnti !iy iftr.
Of all l.tn-!t."'li iotuiratr.AH,uibir3:e5.
S."..a'lU n ?u-ii!ivt ... ,
1 .jCulti".hi' '" rnntnmiiff lnre-!l1
nfl J nmrw'-i t 'i,nMol I Itmn. I tmt Io
-.pt., 1 nlcut. til iui..i pnJTisu-aiwnt-tp-1
Da J BRJJfT.
l ' U'Im'i! H AltXTj,
.l.-ii lllr. irc;irt, ,
a ,:; .twt tniii-.iiK rtucuo - ui
. n I'xmn" aia, I.bii;i Fevr.-4tl
inui:;:ii. Cnlitnti, rj . Ill
'. , K-n I 'll All, Is -lKl 1 (iiWil
uu- i,' lr lr wa will iru-siMf
I 1 !!. !-) tl'S . ' .; I I'M- of M Mlt
1 1 ollln M f" . ll (J'Vl.lllf ijft
. :. c 1 i w rb tit iif dcttSri
l.i.! lUk'UI'-. HlMlH ill' llic is i nH"
I I ii )- ami Irt- ail ihe p.nn r and ifi
4if caloui'i nr'piiHine, without any t 1
Shinies a?or Sal. ,
Came to the place ot '1 horn-is Cliavncr
at the Centeunii.1 Hndgu 011 RogUtj'lJiven
about cibt month's ug one sorrelfcliliy
about fourycjirs of :igo"vvhli slit down the
l'acuaml no brands. Tho owner can re
cover the animal by proving properly aud
pavini; eh .rscs.
October! ISSa. ' -
Farm For Sale.
The iindiTsisntil i now pn'pa.V-
furnish the In t jiinlily of -iiinle i1-
with ili.imoml knife, 111 .iiiv rpiuntii W
sired l'riee didivind in. laek.MiHViljt '' f
per t'imuind or tr.iii-poit.ntHin l' -i tr.'N
mill, sttu-iud two mile simth of H 1P1 iu
rrei k iot olticc. Order can tie U(X -I-!'-G.
K-irewski. J. CiiArW.Hc I
t I.E PERSONS INDEirrrDTC ". t i
l umlcrsigmd by note or Iwk rn 1'
re requested to call and seille witt .
delay- . .
JiK keonrillr. Sept 22 Itrs.
Situated on Williams creek, containing
00 actts. 170 acres under fenec. UisiaI
dwe ling house and barns. Also j joung
bearing orchard, ami good irrigating f.icil
itics. For further p.irticui:.r!. eiKpiin ot
P. SI. Wlbiams, AMliiins creciv. Jue-
K.h.'l. U, CUIU .M.IU, .1... .. - . Uklllllllt , ...
Robert SIcGinniss. P. SlcCarvdl. Calvert l'bine county, Oregon.
illiams, all of oodvihc Jackson county
Wvr. F. JJexjasiix, Register.
CELF.nKATED t AI.1FOKMA i'.ATjr,
BOOTS &SHOI :-
U X J 0-vJo. mpes worth . , r .
' tree Adib-wss stu,M).ts o.,Poruaua,Mu EejjrCSOntCU b Li. fcjUJW-