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Satbudav, November 10, 1883.
Susday School Concert. The
JPresbyieimn Sunday school will give a
concert, ou next Kiiday evening, the
10th inst., at the Presbyterian church;
exercises to commence at 7 o clock.
Admission -00 cunts, ehildren half
lTtuEHAN's Ball. J acksonvilla Fire
Engine (Jo. No. 1 will gie a hall at
Holt's Hall ou Thanksgiving night to
celebrate tli event cf receiving their
nw engine. The lays will also have
'parade m the day time when their
nuw suits und the cri"ine will be
I -shown to the best advantage.
Cases Reversed. Kews by tele-
I graph states that the Jubtus case und
the contempt, cases against Sheriff
Jacobs and Win. Ruble were both re-
orsed by the supreme court. Judge
Watson dissented iu the latter cases
und in the Jutus case we suppose the
-decision was unanimous.
To tub Traveling Public. The
completion of the N. P. It. 11. has
"relieved the C? ii 0. btaye line of
the transportation of an enormous
quautity of mail, ana the company an
now prepared to carry all who apply
I to them for passage, north or south.
and put them over the road in good
Settlement. Those indebted to
Dr. Aikuu will please settle as soon as
possible. And to those especially,
who arc seemingly indifferent whether
th'eir bills arc ever paid or not, he
would say, that if they are not settled
in fall by Juuuary 1st, liu will net
stop to bay please, but put the account
ititt proper hands for forced collection
Stage Chanoes. Win. Cirll the
illicient bupeiiutendcnt of the 0. ii C.
siage company was in town yesterday.
Having been short of drivers on ac
count of the shortening of diies Billy
got in himself fur a couple of weeks
driving over Hie mountain. E. J.
Curtis has taken the stock now and
Kurt Eddings will takoGiorgo Chase's
Mock in a few days, the latter having
RoEBEKV. Some out entered Slo
Ttr's hutel last hunday and broke
rpen a tiui.k bi'longing to lliu pio
j rietur taking $60 therefrom. The
rtruugest part of the afiair is that tkeie
35 J in the trunk while oiih
Jt GO ot it was taken. Twenty dollars
of i his belonged to Mrs. Slovcr and
10 was taken from SyoGO deiiotiud uy
r. tiomder in the ho?!. No clue has
et been found of tl.c thief.
Entei:taimii:.t. Rook Peint Ama
trut's wi I gwo a dramatic und uiUMoit
riileilniiimuit at (hat place on iS.itui
riuv, November 17b, when a popular
diema mil be prei-eiited. All who
Jihh ever a'.' ended an ent riuinmoiit
at Reek l'-jint know that il.cie is con
Mfieiut.ie tali nt thire in this lnm and
first clas (iiieituinincnt is avuied
vhrueitit ien. The pin. uf adiuis
kioii ii lift v cents, chiidri n half pi ice
and ev eiy body is li.vuea.
Ashland Electiox. Tha election
held last Monday resolved itself into a
fijjit letvrren license and piohibition
re.-ulting in a triuniih for the former
iy thirty-six nmjority. 181 votes were
.poll ad and lively interest was taken
by both sides. The following ticket
was 1 eted: Tiustees, James Th rn
tou, Jacob Thompson, J. "W. Buir'iH,
H. C. Hill, M. L. McCall; recorder,
A. V. Gillette: treasurer, C. K. Klum;
, Marshal. S. 1). Taylor; street comnris-
2 oner, Ruhxid Ror.ch.
PnoGnEss:sci. The work of digging
and building the cisterns for Hie pur
poses is now unaer way and they Will
boon be ready foi the uso of the de
partment when required. Georgn W.
llnlt was the suicrssful bidder on the
contract, taking them at $400. The
otlier bids were Bvars & Otierrin
590. Wm. Ulrich,' 7:25. 11. S.
Dunlap commenced the work of exct--vating
ou the one i:s ft out o: the city
hall on Thursday last mid when com
Jileted, work will be commenced on the
one iu front of the TJ. S. Hotel.
Decree Nuiiber Two. The su
preins court lms sent out decree No. 2
iu the Kelly Buble case and want to
substitute it for tho original decree.
It seems by tho admissions
court in this unprecedented pio
ceeding, that Kelly had just
ground for complaint. Tho peo
"iile will remember how the Sheriff was
jnaudamnssed to enforce a judgment
.against K.elly. Now the supreme
court comes and acknowledges that1
judgment to be wrong. As it is, it
gives Kelly back about two miles of
mining ground that decree No. 1 took
jiway frein him.
Religious. Rev. B. J. Sharp will
preach at Ashland next Sunday both
morning and evening. .... Rev. A. M.
Russill expects to preach nt Manzanita
to morrow evening; also on Sunday
. ....Services at the Presbyterian
church by Rev. M. A. Williams next
Sunday, both nioruipg and everting
....Ror. R. C. Ofilesby will preach
at Antioch school-house, commeneing
Friday evening and holding over Sun
,dar . . . .Regular services at the Catho
jic church by Rev. F. X. Blanchet
.... Elder M. Peterson will preach at
Central Point next Sunday morning,
at the usual hour, and at Lone Oak
pctiool house in the evening. On the
following Sunday at the new Mound
school-house, morning and evening, and
at Reck Point on the morning of the
fourth Sunday.... H. C. Fleming
preaches at the new Mound school
bouse next Sunday mcrninc.
Lock your doors.
Thanksgiving, November 29th.
Circuit Court commences next ilon
Auction sale at Johnson's land office
Plymale's livery out-6ts are always
Dr. Will Jackson has gone to Jose
Abralnni, Wfieelrr & Co. have
opened a store at Phoenix.
Fireman's Ball on
night. Even body invited
Chas. Keeton officiate? at the I Jed
Lien duiin the illness of Thos. Riley.
Head S. S. Aiken & Co's statement
and price list thru cull and see it veri
fied. Johnstow.Dios. are now in charge
of thv old Vuimoy feiry on Rogue
The Gilbert propeity was bought
by Dr. Will Jack ton this week for
New York ain't as much Demo
cratic us it has pieviously been heiu
tofore. For coughs and colds thevo is no
eiiiedy equal to Ammeu's Cough
Transactions in Jacksonville real
estate'are Leing made daily at good
A social dance attended by the
young folks was held at the Club room
Maybe only once in a life time, such
hai gains may be secured now at tho
ne a cash st (ire.
2'he new butcher shop of Hanley
Bros, was opened this week with Dora
Poujade in chat go.
James A. Cardwell has opened a
geniV fui nulling goods houo in B. F.
Dswell's law oflice.
A number of Indians from Fort
Klamath weie in town this week on u
John 11m kelijos hus just completed
a line new barn for Mr... l-h one of
the Dne.it iu the valley.
Commissioner's Court was in session
this w'eek but. transacted no huMuts.s
benidea the auditing of bills.
Bm-inr.s-s of importance at the next
regular meeting of the lied Men und a
fu'I nltendai.ee is n quested.
A. D. Rock-fellow it Ca, Attorneys
and Counsellors at Law and Ileal E--tule
AgHiit.", Ashland, Oregon.
Frank C din hnn !eiped down and
out from tliH Likovitiv "Esmi:iei"
and is succeeded by G. E. Meivuy.
We, i-cieonuHy and colli ctivelv cur
sider "the con" u iitci's-my liuinhiii:!'.
Head whut a coiitiibutor thinks uboul
Th' writing school conducted r. O
A. Piestoil, is Wfll :il tended
Todd, who was arretted for" the
Wolf ciwk stage robberies, iR on trial
this wrek in the U. S. court r.t Port
land. Flave you noticed Aiken & Co's
price list puu'islieU to dayi Jliey
mean vv hat they say and propose soiling
lower than ever.
J. S. Howard says Iip will not be
outsold by anyone in his line of general
merehanfiiee. Bouts and shecs etc.
Give him a call.
A fine lot of millinery goods, silks,
satins and velvets and everything in
I ho millinery line just received at Mrs.
J. S. Hcwaid's.
Sam Bovvden returned from Port
land this week to remain. His health
has bern very poor ot lato and ho hopes
to improve here.
If any one knows the address of
Andrew Wileon, a former resident of
Table Rock precinct, they will confer
t favor by sending it to us.
The fifth annual ma'querado hsll
given by tho Verein Etntracht will be
held here New Year's night. Prepara
tions are already being made.
A car containing 30,000 carp for
distribution in western waters from
Wisconsin to Oregon stirted west over
the Northern Pacific Tuesday.
Mr. W. C. Myer, of Ashland, is in
Ohio, "Tho Country Gentleman'' says
he has bought the finest Jersey bull in
the 17. S , which he will ship to Oreuon.
A woman plead guilty to the charge
of stealing a lot of dishes from M. Col
well this week and Justice Huffer im
posed a fine of $25 and costs, which
P. Avery came in from Klamath
county this week ou a visit o his
family. He reports numerous cattle
sales in tho lake country with prices
Tho New State Hottd has changtd
owners and Mrs. C. W. Savage is
again in charge. Sam Taylor will re
main in town and probably open a
private boarding house.
If you want u Sewinc Machine call
at E. C. Brooks' drug, watch, clock,
and jewelry store. His machines are
a little finer and his prices a little
snucger, than any other bugger's.
One o our subscribers came in and
stopped his paper this week because
the railroad company had. located too
valley depot in. the wrong place. We
have always been afraid the railroad
company would work us an "injury and
wo propose calling on Villard for
"more mud" imaedU','ily.
Boys ,under eighteen years of ' age
are prohibited from roaming the streets
oc congregating'in saloons at Ashland
after 7 r. Ji. Jacksonville should
follow suit with a similar ordinance
The rush -for new goods at Howards
is so great that four lively clerks are
retained to wait upon customers. The
public can suit tht-ir couvieuce by call
ing as each one will be trailed upon in
luiu without unnecessary delay.
Wm. Bilger, formerly a resilient of
Jacksonville, has sold his mercantile
business at San Leaudro and become
an honest granger, having purchased a
fans iu Colusa county, California.
Twenty-fire recruits passed through
the valley this week on their way to
Fort Klamatn. Lieut. Robinson was
in command ami J. W. Manning of
Linkville furnished transportation.
Messrs. J. W. Merritt and Dr. J.
W. RobiusQD have puichas'd the city
drug store and took possession this
week. Both are well known over the
county and need no recommendation.
We hope to seo them do well.
Thos. J. Kenney's saddler .shop has
difieient appearauee now having moved
his workshop to the rear of the build
ings Tom keeps making improvements
a?:d now keeps a large stock of goods
in the harness and saddlery Hue.
A farewell p-rty was given Mrs. E
Prouty at the residence of George
Shumpf last Saturday niiht which whs
largely attendtd by her numerous
fiiends. Sliu left for her homo in
Cairo, Illinois, on tho following day.
A brass band with young students
is being organized by Adam Schmitt.
Ptesent appeal ances indicate n large
class and thcie is no doubt of Mr.
Sell mitt's (giving satisfaction and mak
ing musicians cf the youths if it is in
Sveial women aro at Eagle Town,
C(cur d'Alene mitieji, selling ics at
fifty cents and bread at a. dollar a roll.
This goes to show that there is sou e
thing in those mies and that the camp
is one of the good old eaily day kind
'49, for instance.
Thcie was quite, a disturbance in
Church last Sunday ns a veiy stylith
and beautifully dressed lady entered
with out! of those elegant hats on and
tho ladies all bewail to whisper whcie
did that styl.sh hat como fiom. The
alisuei was univeisal, from Howards o
Rnphael Moiat's tram ran away
thiK wetk but was stopped befoie any
serious damage was done. Some one
cuiiiplamed against the owner for fast
diiving but ut the trial it "as. pioven
that it was not the drivn'n fault that
thev vvem going sc fast and Kc. colder
Webster fouti.i him not guilty.
Mr. II. C. Lang, the chief editor of
Wading s new history ot Sviithtrn
Ortgyii, is now with us gathering ma
tertal fur tho work. This is fomo
tiling th.it evuyoiiH here shuuld U.kc
an iiile et in and we hope our citi-z-ns
will alt give them eery eneour
n'rinent possible liuaucially mid
lvanper KuMi was on tho sick list
sevcra! days this week but the busi-ii-Kj
goc on all tha sumo with J. A.
Wilson and Henry Kubli in churgo.
They havo been lushed sj of late
making hydraulic pipe that uno'lior
workman will be added to the fcica iu
u few days to catch upon tho oidcrb
now on hand.
Wra. L. Eilgrr was in town this
week as travelling agent for Morris &
Varney, hnulwie deahrs of San
Francisco. Billy is a good salesman
and will no doubt do well for his
houre as a commercial tourist. ?.li.-.s
Annie Pi'ger will accompany hiin
when he starts for San Francisco ntxt
Mondav. the latter going on a visit to
It don't take muih to get Dinio
eralic editors to trot out their roosters
on tlii result of elections, b'omi Uiuom
people don't know what he :iows fur
but I liny shou'd remember that the
biid must havo an airing occasionally.
The las c ow was jiroliab.y because
B-n Ti tl r got beat in Ma'-saclusetls
and New tOik increased its majority
lot the Republicans.)
Foster Bro.' lulu R''gs is entered
in tlm five furlotigti dai-h to bo run at
the Ray District Association meeting
on JNuvemoer oril. iuu other r.omi
nations are Bob, Jim Renwiek and
Fiemiuiii. Thev. should make u close
race ali they aie all noteil f.ir extiaor
dinary sperd at (hi-, distance. 'I he
California papers give no account cf
the special races in which Delia V,ulk
er was to partkipa'e. "Examiner."
Tho men nt the Buck Rock tunnel
approaches havt been working day mm
night, but now work only in the day
time, since the rains began. The ma
chinery for running Burleigh drilhi in
being set up at the cast end where
boring will be commenced iu about
ten days, it is typee'ed. On the wes
tern end there is much mora work to
be dono vet, and drilling cannot be be
gun for three weeks or more. '"Tid
Tho people of Jucksou Mid Jose
phine couct.ivs will be glad to learn
that a fine aud costly steel engraving,
of.the very best workmanship is to bp
the frontispiece of the new history of
Southern Oirgon which Mr. Walling of
Portland is publishing. Th portrait
is copied from the noble oil painting
which ornaments the State Hours at
Salem, and which
uounce at once a very exuei likeness
and a magniGcent work of art. Other
poi traits of distinguished men, and
representations of natural scenery mid
historic localities will adorn the work
Phoekii. Or. May 14, 1882
I buvo had calls for Am
meu's Cough Syrup, I lecommend it
in my practice
J OHN A. CHASTAIN, M. D.
Woodville Or. Nov. 8, 1883.
have interviewed Mr. Robinion
superintendent bridgo construction,
0-. ii C. R. R , in legard to the report
that the-railroad cumpany intends soon
to draw off tho entire grading "force
for the winter, and even to shut down
all work on the Siskiyou tunnels until
spring. Air. luioinson bay.', iru'"
what ho has been aolo to learn, no
thinks it is the intention of tha com
pany to draw off all the force of gra
dcrs at present employed uorth of
Gold Hi I as fast as they finish thoir
work, and send theiii below, as the
fore at Gold Hill and south is amply
sufficient to do all the grading through
the yalley and up to tho tunnels long
liefure the latter can possibly be com
pleted. The tentp, tools, and other
material in use by the disbauded force
will be taken to Ashland und stored
until needed. He thinks also that,
should the weather turn off very bad,
tho entire force of graders way posi
bly be drawn off until spring, as there
will bo no necessity for rushing thing
through tho bad weather at extraordi
nary expense to the company, when,
as said above, there will be ample time
next summer to do all this grading
through the valley before tho tunnels
will ba done.
Mr. Robinson also thinks thnf, 1
should (hero be much bad weather, ac
companied bv snow and otlier inci
dents of a bad winter, the company
may shut down work on such of the
tunnels as ther aro building them
selves, since it will be very difficult
under such circumstances to get out
tho timbers necessary for timbering
the tunnels, etc., besides tho difficulty
and extra expense of transporting ma
terial and supplies over the heavy
roads from tho valley and from the
end of tho track.
In sulIi of the tunnels, hewerer, as
are beins; built by contract, he thinks
there will be no interruption of work,
as their contract may compel the con
tractors to push the work right along
in order to complete the tunnels with
in the specified time.
The carpenters aro putting the lower
chords, or stringers, of tho Evan's
creek bridge in plac this afternoon.
The bridge at Bloody run is 125 feet
from outside to outside of pier. The
upper chords of tho bridge are in
place. E. V. Hammond.
About a year ago savslhp L'ikevie-.r
'Examiner" a man named Millar vva
shot in the mouth at a dance given- in
Ilui-iiey valley. No one knew at the
timo v. ho done the rhooting, but Miller,
stems to have th.iught that the shot
was fired by D. H. Smythe, who is
well kuo'vnin this section, and has
ever since had a violent hatred for
tho Smythe boys. Recently Miller
and Geoig- SniTthe, a brother of the
oiih v. ho was supposed to have shot
Miller, met nt P. hrench s larieh, and
vviih an oath, Miller diew his pistol
and said to Oiiivtirc: "Vow i nave
:..it vou" at tliet.sainu lime tiiinc one
shut at Sniy the. Smythe caught the
liislol and threw it up, at tho sume
time drawing his own' weapon and
shnolii g Miller in the shoulder. For
tl.rr than this no an iculars can be
obt Mined. A warrant vvns out for
Miller v. hen tho parlies who-brought
the new left, but he had not been
capiuied and w-aa not to be found.
It lies b'en estimated by competent
rxprls that within the past yenr Wall
street stocks have shrunk fully ono
thousand million dollars in value: A
few yearn Buo this would have caused
panic, hut tho people itudeidUnd the
things much bet'er now and know
that it is not the real value, but tho
water in the stocks, that has shrunk.
The country at" large has'nt lost a cent
though many of tho Wall street gam-
blers havo ben heavv losers, uhu
country is rather benefitted by it as it
is the forerunner of a decline in the
fancv values of many articles of ne
cessity for wUch Ihs poor man is coin
pdled to pay an over value.
The ways of the heathen Chinese
aro peculiar, and a United States offi
cial must rise up early in tho mornina
to cct ahead uf his almond ejed brother.
An act of congress forbids the impor
tation of Chinese into this country, but
see how John. evades tho law." There
i no'hing in the law forbiding him
to go to China and return here, if he
wants to vo ho gets a ticket io China
and return, but as onp Chinaman looks
just like any olher Chinaman, if not
more so on Ins arrival there ho'selis
the ticket to souih 'migrant .whon'as
mmet tht? namo of the former and tri
umphantly makes his cntrio into Cal
ifornia. Mr. Hurlburt has received orders
frcm Portland to hurry the construe
tion vvork at and north of Ashland i"
his division even if ho has to tako
men couth of here, the object eing .to
push the road to Ashland ns speedily
as possible. Consequently, he will
move a gang of men from the moun
tains flown below town within a few
Selling Out. Those desiring any
thing in the line of merchandise will do
well by calling on Barruch Fisher be
fore going elsewhere as he. is closing
out his stock at cost. A trial will
convince ysu oll.
Notice. A large assortment of the
celebrated New Home sewing ma
chines, fhe best and cheapest in th
i martrol, have just been received at E.
j. urooKs store. Uall and examine
them before purchasing" elsewhere.
Oregon Cit Or., April 25th 1882.
We can build up a largo sale for
Auimeu's Couch Syrup as sells well.
Ashland, Qr., April Sih, 1833.
r Ammen's Pouch Syrup sells weHapd
gives good Huihffiction
INLOWJt WIMERBROS. -
"f rWriiri?erMiarTia"' - MLdnja
As will be seen in our local columns
the new enterprise of issuing a com
plete history of Southern Orccon has
ben commenced in Jackson county.
This work, we have to adn.it, has long
been requited. The old picueers are
dying oil" rapidly, aud" we see no other
prospect for the preservation of their
recollections than that now offered.
Mr. Walling, the publisher, is himself
well acquainted with the affairs in
this region and therefore is qualified
for hw j.ortion of tho task, besides
being financially able to back the his
tory to auv extf nt. A large number-!
of writers- are employed, who will
trivel to every part of the country and
enter minutely into all historial do
tails. Wo have no hesitation in sav
ing that the book will ba in all respects
qual to anything before issued on the
Pacific coast aud superior in detail to
the elaborate and far more costly work
Tha la'est reports received from the
Eatern elections are as follows: New
York goes Democratic for Secretary
of State by 15,000 majority while the
legislature is Republican with u good
working majority. In Massachusetts
Robinson beats Bpn Butler for Gov
ornor by about 2,000 majority But
ler claims that he was defeated with
money used on tho other sido but our
opinion is that "its a cold day when
Moses get3 left." The election in Con
necticut was only for legisiature and
tho Republicans won the day. Peun
sylvania goes Republican by 20,000.
and Minnesota 10,000 umjciity.
Virginia goes Democratic and that
pirty also carries the legislature. In
Maryland tho Democratic majority is
13,000 and iu New Jersey 6,000.
Taken altogether Republicans have
cause for n juicing.
SHILOII'S VITALIZE! is wh.it-
you need for Constipation, Loss of
Appetite Dizziness and all symptoms
of Dysj epsia. Price 10 and 75 cents
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH
and Bronchitis immediately relieved
bv Shiloh's Cure.
'1 HAT HACKING COUGH can be
so quickly cured ky Shiloh's Cure.
We guarantee it.
CATARRH CURED li-alth and
sweet breath secured by Shiloho's. Ca
tarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents Nasal
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miser
p.ble by .that ti:rribl cough. Shiloh's
Cure is the remedy for you.
SIIILOH'S COUGH and
rumptioii Cute is sold by us on a
antee. It cures consumption.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dys
pnp'ii and Liver Complaint) Shiloh's
Vitaliz-r h guaranteed to euro you.
HACKMETACK." a lasting and
Piico 25 and 50
PARKER At Siskijcu Tunnel. Nov.
1. ISS;;, to Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Parker, a daughter.
I"IUJ(J.'TJ ? 1 flSE
KTLBOURN VINCENT In
Mound district, Nov. 4, 1S83, by
Eldfr M. Peterson, S. P. Kiibouin
and Miss Olivo Vincent all of
DAG GET I' In San Francisco,
Nov. 2, 1883. of typhoid fever; John
Be'l, eldest child of Lieut- Governor
Daggett, aged 12 vears, 1 month,
CLARKE. In Jacksonville, Nov. 5,
1883, Mary Ella Clarke, aged 17
years, 1 month and 13 iian.
REED At the county hospital, Nov.
7th, Horace Reed of Klamath -:oun-ty;
aged 71 years.
"JViU be given by tho
Jacksonville Firo Engine Coinjiaiir-
THURSDAY EVE. NOV. 29, 1883,
AT HOLT'S HALL
R ceptioa Committee 'S. G. Ucaracs,
James Drum. John Orth. II. Pape Sr.,
O. O. Bcekmun :ud Max Mu ler. '
Floor Managers J. G. Birdsey, Chas.
Ilanna, Win. Mensor, Ed. llaulcy, Krtd
rurry, E. D. Savage and D. W. Crosby.
Decorating C'onnnittee If. D. Kubli
Frank Kassliafer, T. J. Uoloson and Fred
'pickets, including"Supper, 3. Best ol
Grand Polonaiso at 0 o'clock sharp.
Everybody invited to attend.
General Committee J. R Wttfc, J. G.
Birdsey and. Adam tchinidl.
U. S. Lank Office at Rosemuimi, Ok., )
November 6, 1SS3. J
Notice is hereby given t.iat the following-named
settler has filed notice of hla
intintion to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof, II be I
made uclore tue Clerk of Jackson county
Ureiron at Jacksonville, on Monday Dec.
17, 1883, viz: Van It. Cooky, preemption
D.S. No. 4211 for the Lots 4-5 G and 7
Sec. 0, Town. 33, South of Range 2 East
Wil Her. He names the following wit
nesses to Prove his continuoiU residence
upop. an;' cultivation of, said land, viz:
japplj Wpjlovy. Gforge "Wjland, Jaiuts
Wtikeficld," Airo wyiarjd Jt of Ilrowuo-
w. v. iSEKJAi.i, itc;istcr.
F. S. AKIN, BEX SELLING, U. E. DOSC
Don't buy "15os3 UoftJs" ur.tc3
want the bait. See that our name
Sk.. Ki- CSS U12-
is on every pair.
AKIN, bELLIKG-& CO.
THE STAFF UF ' LIFE !
THE ROGUE RIVER
SiBJH MaL0 MILLS
HAVING REC'ENTLY BEEN RE
fitted with at modern improvements,
are now turning out a nj-st class article
of flour, which is put up in one fourth
bairel sacks. and every sack is warranted
to contain 40 pounds of Hour. If vou don't
believe this, just compare a sack of our
flour with any other brand offered for saie
in this market, and nole tho difforeato in
l-'iuur anil MiU-Eeeil
Constantly on hand and exchanged for
IJ-iving added u set ot Barley Rollers to
my mill, I have set apart every Saturday
to" Roll llarley for customers. The work
will be done oa short notice, so that par
ties can return with thtir grist tho same
day. I am prepared to roll barley at all
times and iu the best manner. This pro
cess is tar ahead of the crusher
Jacksonville, Sept. 22, 1083.
A SURE CURE GUARANTEED.
E. C. WEST'S nerve ccd bruin
treitment, a sitecifu: lor llysteiia.
Dizziness, Conv unions, Nervous Head
ache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory,
Spcrmatorhoea, .Impotcncy, Involuntary
emissions, premature o d age, caused by
over-exertion, seit-abuse or over-indu'g-
ence, which leads to misery, decay and
death. One iox will cure recent cases.
Each box contains one month's treatment;
cno do tar a box, or six boxes for live dol
lars; sent by mail prepaid on receipt 0j
price. Wc guarantee six boxes to cure
any cae. 'Vith each order received by us
for six boxes, accompanied with llvc'dol
lars.wc will scud the purchaser our writ
ten guarrntee to return the money if the
treatment does not effect a cure". Oiiaran.
tees issued ou'y by
WOODAItD, funui! & Co.,
Wholesale am ''jlail Druggists, Port
Orders Viy mail at regular prices.
Lasd Offcc r UosEiicr.o, On., )
October 21, 1SU. J
Notice is hereby given that the follow-ing-namid
settler has filed notice uf his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that "said proof will be
nmlc before the Clerk of .lackMin rutin ty
Jacksonville Oregon, on Saturday Decern
ber 1. !Hf3. viz: Jacob !. Worlow Pre
emption D. S. Ko.iOOl, for the E 4 of
a w ii Sec. ol Town ;;7 S or It '2 iiist anil
Lot a and SEi( of N W S-c, C Town
08 S'of Range 2 i ast. He names the fol
lowing witnesses to pr 've his' continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of. said
land, viz: Aarou U'yland, Philip Miller,
Jolm Ilockersmith. George Wyland, all
of Eagle Point, Jackson comity Oregon.
AV. F. RcyjAMix, lJegister.
Tho Etmnss' Gutde Is Is
sued March and Sept, each
bear: 210 pages, 8xll
J inches, with over 3,30t
illustrations a wholo pic
ture callcrv. Gives wholo-
salo prices direct to consumers on all goods
for personal or faally use. Tells how
to order, and gives exact cost of every
thing you use, cat, drink, wear, or have
fun with. Tlicso invaluablo hooks con
tain information gleaned from the mar
kets of tho world. Wo will mail a copy
Free to any address upon receipt of tho
postago 7 cents. Let U3 hear from you.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
S37 H 329 tyoZauli Avcncd Cilcac 111.
S. S. Aiken & Co. will sell their lare
stock of general merchandise, store fix
ture and the entire buineis. This Is a
good opportunity for any one wishing to
invest in a bij; paying business. Terms
laO cords mixed dry pine and fir wo
andcverol thousand bushels of graii re
wanted at the Itoue River DNjillei lor
wjiich cash will be paid. Apply to the
uiidcrslgnfil in Jacksonville
O. IV.. LiVTLE.
August 18, 18S3.
DR. A. MARKIIAjr,
SUItGEON DKNTIST, .Central Point,
All work in my line done in the best man
ner. Satisfaction guaranteed.
CjTTOnP61' y at ,10m
tDU 1 J &-V- bamp.es worth (f
tree Address Snsso.sifc Co., Poruand.Jio
tad eJ tSSHIS2S"iiteSv,l4
tlJJ Fellow's Eniluin; Jacksonrillf, Ort?o
UEALEK AND WOIIKlCll IN
TIN. SHEET IKON, CuPl'iCR. I.KaH
A FIRST-CLASS STOOK OF .STOVRfJ
POWDEROF ETERY DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps,
WGGDEH & WILLOW WARE
Paiiiss Oils, Varnish, Class.
Shot, SJrnshs, Chains, Hose
I Lave secure Vat rervlces of a nret-tlfcs;
Mt'c'jaaic. ami am prepared to do all repair
ing promptly and in superior tyle.
TN CONNECTION VITI! THE
1 I am receiving r.n.l iav constautl;
baud a full and Gmt-clais slock of
DIIY-OOODS, OCM BOOTS, TOBACCO
READY MADE UMITIIIXG,
GLASSVt'AIiE. CKOCKKRT, 4c.
;2S-Everything sold at reu.ODlile rates.
Jacksonville, March, 9, 1878. '
I'. O. Ihiilding Jncksonvillc
GKSERA L HSSH150ISG.
'PIIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES
! pleasure in informing Hie public tfiut
ho has pui chased L. Solomon's interest in
POTS iFO!GE STORE,
W liich wil be kept stocked with com
pleteaud Urst-cht. assortment of general
merchandise. 1 will sell at
Very Hensuiuible lintcs.
Give mo a call and see for your elves.
Jaensonvil'e. July 11, 18J2.
. -BUSINESS COLLEGE,
X. n. Cor. Second anJ Yamhill Sis.,
A. P. AnMrrr.ovc,
J. A. V.uk.o.
1't.nman an J Secretary
Dm: fsr til BuiaKJ E&satioi ef Both Soxci
A-.nilU:J on any vrct'tc Uy of lliu ear.
Cf atl ktnUi'xcctilil to order at TL-u&onable rates.
txtt.BHb tion jt i' '"iwl.
V 19 Coll tj Jikim it," containint; Information
nft a cn.-'i ot Hi't, nlt.4 of tuitinn, time to
i r, c'c.rnlculaol plain and oiiuininUlpcn
i . lit ', Ir.L.
DR. J. 3ROWT,
Will pr.icticc in all Chronic Diseafcs, alao
lypluid Pneumonia, Lun Fever, Dtph-tiu-ri-!,
f'oii'iimiption. Catarrh, etc. Time
ami doeior' thills will be savul by coming
to me at once. Dr. llrown will 'iiiinnitte
tofurlfit S-'JtO for every ca-e of iriminal
Weaknesoor private disease of any kind
or character wliicli lio uudcrtakis and
fails to cure. His imilif inc is purely vg
itililcand Iyis ail the power and tfiicacy
ofe 1 un 1 orrruinine, without any of the
-hinij.os Sor Sal.
The undertiirncd is now prcp.iied to,
fiirni.-h the b-st quality of sliingles, cut
with diamond knife, in ny quantity de
sired. Price delivered in Jacksonville. $'-
per thoiid'ind or transportation off at'tho
miJI. situated two mile south of Williams,
creek post ofiice, Ordcp can be left with
G. ICarewski. J. CitArMAX.
LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
undcrsi-rncd by note or book account.
re requested to call and settle without
Jacksonville. Sept. 2, ltc3.
. ASK FOR
CELEBRATED tAMFOr.NIA 3IADE
BOOTS & SHOJ&S.
! 3TEvtry Pair Warranted.
' . ', , r CM, .
' Represented by L. buberatei