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Satwkdxy, Novemusr 24, 1883.
House Foa Sale. A. good new res
idence and lot is tftred fur sale at a
bargain. For further particulars en
quire of J. S. llbwar'd.
TiiASKsamsa Services. Union
thanksgiving services will be licit at
tho M. E. church at 1 1 o'clock A. u.
en Thursday, tov. 29tb, vheu llcv.
At, A. Williams will officiate.
' io ii
Qlauti.rly Meeting; The lstquar
terly meeting for Jacksonville circuit,
M. E church, South, will be held at
Eagle Point, to commence on Friday,
the 23d of November. Rev. E. G.
Michael P. E , will be present.
A Goou "SnowiN'a. Thos. McAn
dit)s th fa week showed us sonic po
tatoes raised on his place on Buar
'crtek weighing on an average six
pounds each and eighteen of them
weighed :105 oundi-. One acre of
tpquaih yielded forty-five loads at
'1,800 to the load or 82,000 pounds for
'the wholo. Who ran beat is!
CostkAct Let. The Board ofTrus
tceslhis week let tho contract for fur
nishing 3,000 feet of iron pipe to carry
water to tho fire cisterns now being
"built, Bilger & Maegly being the suc
cessful bidder, agreeing to furnish the
same for 647. The work of laving it
willr80on be commenced. K. Kubli
and-G. Karewski were also bidding
for the contract the former asking
'SGS3 and the latter $710.
Shootiro ScuAr-E. A shooting nnd
cutting serape occurred at the lifw
town of Grants Pass" last Monday
night in a drunken row the partici
pants being vwo men named Maloncv
und Thompson. During tho umlee
Malonej was shot in tho head and
Thompson was stabbed in the lej; and
body several times. Tho former has
sinca died from the effects of tho shot
"hut as Thompson is said to have acted
in self defense no arrests have yet Wen
Religious. Rev. B. J. Sharp will
preach at Pbornix next Sunday morn
ing and at Ashland in the evening. . . .
Regular services at the Catholic Church
next Sunday, Kev. F. X. Blanchet
officiating.. . .Services at tho Presby.
teriau chursh in this place, Sunday
'morning nnd expning by Rev. M. A.
Williams..., Elder M. Peterson
preaches at Rock Point Sunday, at
the usual morning liour. . .Kev. J. A.
"Slover will preach at Manzanita next
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
The Ingham Tnouric This com
jiany gve two performances here IastH
X'tiday and Saturday nvemngs to good
fired audiences and proved thernehes
"far ahead of tho average traveling
troupeH. Miss Htuinis Ingham it a
'Mar, and In the play of Eiat Lynne,
rendered here last Saturday evening,
wo noticed that tbero were few diy
ers among the audience. Thev show
here again at Hull's Hall this even
lug when the play of "Marlilo Heart"
will be presented, when they start for
Kan Francisco via Crescent City. Ad
mission f0 cants.
Commission Aoesct. Our roer
chants will no doubt be pleased to
learn that the railroad company havo
appointed a commiwon agent who
will follow tho terminal -btationd as
they advanco to the south. Mr. D.
II. Porter in tho one selected for agnni
and the commission charges will bo 82
per ton. White tins is higher than
.charged heretoioio the Tact that team
eters will -lie alio ed to take freight on
tho merchant's order without paying
charge, causing lest delay and annoy
mice, will be efficient causo for a
rhangH. Mr. Porter will commence at
Grants Pass nnd promises to keep our
merchants posted when they have
freight at his station.
Suit Dismissed. The damage suit
instituted by W. S. Wtbb agaimt Rev.
L. M. Nickerson, Agent of Klamath
Reservation, and Capt. S. G. Whipple,
formerly commander of Fort Klamath
Post, was dismissed last week by Judga
Deady, of the U. S.'Cfrcmt Court. It
will bo remembertd tliat Webb was
arretted while transporting liquor
across tho Indian reservation. He
was in direct violation of the Tf. S.I
laws on the subject, but Webb and bis
counsel claimed that the road thorough
the Agency being a country through
fare, he had the right to transport over
it whatever be chose without let or
hindrance from TJ. S. laws concern
ing the taking of liquor upon Indian
reservations. Webb failed to appear
in court wlien the capo was called.
Tiik Justus Tkial. Tho second
"trial of John Justus for the murder of
his fathetis now goingonin tha, Circuit
Court, the ISupremn Court having re
versed the former decision and ordered
a new trial. B. F. Dowell, A. C.
Jones, C. W. Kahler and J. R. Neil
are conducting the defense while Dis
trict Attorney Kent and L. R. Web
ster are prosreuting. Tho following
aro the jurors selected lo try the case:
John Bailey, TC. Richardson, A. C.
Specrs, D.. Hodges, Isaac Simpkius,
Charles Stidhain, Simon Simpkins,
Mile S. Wakeman, W. M. Morris,
Jacob Slaple, D. Hendry and G. W.
"Bailey. 'Both rides "rested tlieir
-coses fcefore noon yesterday and
-nfter dinner the areument was com
menced by District Attorney Keji,
followed by J. R. Keillor ibo defense.
tDourt .then adjourned till - thir
lanwmng ut nine; a..H( ytaen tue cios
Wj TgdmehtsJwill i made by L R.
'Wc'bsioY' for Bo prosecution and ,A.
D. -Jones 'for Ihe defense. To
detense. A tie case-;
"will Trrohabjy jeacTj thjurj'.byjioonjgrauime-for the entertainment to bo
LOCAL II E8.
Theatre at Holt's Hall to night.
Comity roads are in tjood condition.
Pay your laxes'and the bill ou ov-o
Watch for Abraham, Wheeler ii
Co', new ad next week." ".
Miners are preparing for winter
and hepe far a good season.
A. Chale and family havn returned
from a trip to the railroad front.
Nort Eddinci has commenced driv-.
ing in place of Geo L. Chaw, resigned.
For a cough or cold there is no
remedy equal to Atninen'sCoughSyrup.
While baling hay at the Dardanelles
few days ago Chat Parker had an
Little Chase have made improve
menu to their store vo
allow a larger
display of goods.
A looge of Good Templars was or
ganized at Ashland this week with 140
I. B. Williams of Butte creek is
making bohib culiHtaulial improvements
t& his home place.
Tho regular passenger (rain is ex
pected to run into Grants Pass one
week from next Monday.
'Win. Worlow of Eigle Point was
in town Thursday and reportB tit'ieb
flourishing ia ihat section.
A. D. Rockfellow "3: 'Co., Attorneys
and Counsellors at Law and Real Es
tate Agents, Ashland, Oregon.
A social party was held at tho Clab
room last evening to celebrate the
nineteenth birthday of Ed. Helms.
Mis. Rbecca Davidson, daughter
of Mis. S. Robinson of Warner creek,
died recently at her home on Tilamook
Attend the fireman's ball next Fri
day night. A parade and general
plliScation will alto be bad in the day
Wro. T. Moois returned from Port
land last Saturday and is again em
ployed as foreman of iho Sentill
Business in the Recorder's ccfurt has
been nuilo Krely this week a cane of J
d. d. appearing before bis honor each
A iino lot of milKnory goods, silks,
satins and velvets and everything in
the millinery line just received at Mrs.
J. S. Howard's.
Lyman Chappel and wifn are now.
in charge of tho Benedict House on
Applegato where good accommodation
can always be bad.
Merritt Si Robinton havn improved.
the windows in the City drujj store by
making s -good display of fancy goods
for sale at this plce.
E. K. Anderson -has taken n con
tract for furnishing 300 pileing for the
crossing at Wagnrr creek for which
he ii to receive 51,499.
A. H. Muejfly has lren appointed
administrator of'the estate cf John II.
McDanicl, deceased, and publishes hih
notice in another column.
A Christmas Ball at tho Union
llotp, Kerbyville, will be givon by
Miko Ryder and he extends a gunaral
invitation to all to attend.
Mrs. Artie Cawley, telf-grajih opera
tor at llock Point, was in town yes
Unlay, having "been sunpoenaed as ay
witness in the Justus trial.
Give Hanley Bros, a call -when
wanting to purcliaso fine beef, pork or
mutton. -They pronofl keeping the
best in- the nmikct at all times., .
Tho Star reUnurant opened out for
buKiness again last Saturday under 1a
L. Suvsge'h nnnageinent. Good meals
nd beds can always lo had at this
A daughter of Ed. Penning of Reck
Point precinct was badly scalded this
week by pulling a kettle of boiling
water over her but it is hoped that nliu
D. N. Birdeey was in town this
week. He is one of tho firm of Vance
iBirdsey of Wildorvillt and reports a
good business in the mercantile linn
going on at that place.
George Gregc, traveling agent for
the well If nown patent medicino houso
of J. C. Aycr & Co., was in town th's
week making contracts for advertising
nnd establishing agencies.
The Ladies' Mitq Society elected
officers Mast Wednesday with the fol
lowing result: President, Mrs. K.
Kubli; Secretary, Win. Hoffman;
Treasurer, Mrs. Wm. Hoffman.
The railroad company ask for bids
for square timber and pileing. Read
the advertisement, and enquire for full
particulars of D Loring, Jacksonville,
or John A. Hurlburt, Ashland.
If you want n Sewing Machine call
at E. C. BrOoTcs' drug, wntch, clock,
and Jewelry store. His machines are
a little finer and his prices a littlo
snuccer, than nnv other bugger's.
Geo. Durand of Lake county passed
through Jacksonville this week, tarry
ine with us one day visiting old friends.
Hn is on his way to his old home in
Ticonsion going via the Northern
Arthur.' Langell and Miss Marga
ret Knotts were married at CorvallN
this week nnd aro expected Imro to
day on thrt 'way to their homo in
Klamath county. Congratulation,
Tho entertainment given by the
amateurs s.t Hock Point last Saturday
evening proved n success both financi
ally and otherwise and all the cliarac
ters were well sustained. Tbo receipts
amounted to ?30 which was givsn to
the district school. Another benefit
for the school will Jjo given, at the
1 sftnjo place on New Years "ve tho pro
- .Mru. J, JH. T. Millbfl will accepUhe
thanks of tho employes of the Sckti
hkl office for a supply of fine grapes.
About uihty -barrels of wino, will be
mado from the gropes raised oa this
jdlcc this j Tar. ' -
Onn-hundred and sixty eight stn
dttnts have been enrolled at the Oregon
'SCate l"r"ormul rcnodl 'e.1 "Monmouth
diffingThenrst term, which closes on
tlm "23d inst. Thu second term will
open on .Jionuny, uio -w,i
James Gceniu 'slarteilfor5alem
last- Tuerfay haruig in charge the
Chinaman who-jitesd guilty tonchargo
of larceny In robbing Stephen's a ton?
on tho Siskiyous and eeiitenced to a
term of two years in the penitentiary
Tho advertisement of the Maquer
nde Ball to be given by.iho Eintracht
society on New Year's night appears'
in this issue, and a glance at the names
of the managers im-urcs the best of
managemnnt and isrge alteutianca
Prepare for it.
rha concert held In the basement of'
the Presbyterian Chur.ch last Friday
evening for the benefit of the Sunday
School was a success both financially
nnd the inanuar in- which t!.e partici
pants acquitted themselves in their
W. L Record has taken ths con
tract for building the stone steps in
front of the new court Louse and a
tihit class workman was expected from
San Francisco last evening to assist
him in tbo work. A fine piece of work
is thus assured.
Judge Stott, of the 4th Judicial Dis
trict, which includes Portland, has sent
his resignation to the governor to take
effect Jao. 1. An exchange says,,
county judga Stearns, secretary of
fctate Eaihart, nnd Seneca Smith aro
spoken of as his sucoessor.
Among the crowd who accompanied
the pay w agon this week on its mouth
ly trip we noticed the following rail
road ufficiu's: Mr. Lee, paymaster,
A. H. Whiting, P. B. Whitney, E O.
Kaae, J. P. Jones, C. E. Chase, D. S.
K. Buick and Joe Goodwin.
A Washington dispatch of Nov. 18
sayH that Senator Dolph, of Oregon,
has leabod n residents on Thomas
Circle' at the intersection of Mas&a
chusstts avenge and M street. The
bouse will b'e the home of thj Senator
and his la rally daring his term.
The Chicago "Tribune" from an
interview with Democratic Congress
men, throughout the country, reviews
the prospects of Speakership contes
tants, and estimates that the first
ballot will be substantially as follows:
Carlisle, i?7; Randall, G2, Coy, 31.
A Now York paper says Mr Blaine
is to receive from the publisher of his
new book $75,000 cash and a royalty;
of la cent a volume. There are ad
vance orders for 100,000 copisr, nnd it
Is expected that fully 300,000 will b
uold. This would vield the author
120,000 iu ufl.
A. D. Helman of Ashland, one of
the members of the pioneer excursion
over tho Nor'hern l'acificta the Esst
em SlatOH, returned homo th's week
Southern Oregon suits him etter for J
wen tiieaseu wun ins tup. 11h shvs
a home, however, and thinks "ho will
stay with cs a vvnile
Taymasler Leu of the O. & 'C. R
R. Co., togelhur with his assistants and
a guard of' seventeen shot gnu men,
staid over in town last Monday night
while on their way south. They have
now finished paying oft' and passed
through on thetr return la3t evening,
staying here over liigbt.
Mr. II. O. Lang, chief editor and
compiler of Walling" new histcry of
Southern Oiecon -started northward
this week to establish new agencies for
the gathering of Information Tor the
vork. Messrs. Turner and Eisthaio
will write up this town and vicinity
while A. G. Rockfellow will represent
Walter Wheeler, of the firm of
Abraham, Wheeler it Co. of Rceburg
and Julia, was in town this week on
business for the firm. They nra now
making arrangements for tlid opening
of stores at Ashland and Grants Pass
and as they have unlimited eapital and
credit they will put large stockB in
Chas. J. Howard, with a force of
men is now engaged in survoj ing the
new town site opposite Jacksonville,
located on the land owned by Messrs.
Beekman, Jhohack, Mingus and
Phipps. Lots will soon be offered for
sale and those expecting to get rich on
real- estate investments will no doubt
be on hand to make purchases.
, The following are the officers of the
newly organized Good Templar la'dge
at Ashland: H. C. Myer.JP. W. C.
T ; W. H. Leeds, W. 0. T.; Mrs. M.
L. Alford, W. V. T.; W. A. Wilshhe,
Sec ; Miss Ilattie Thornton, Trees;
Fred Wagner, W. F. Sec.; Frank
Howell, Chaplain; Miss Delia Penne
baker W. M.; Miss Ida Bench, W. I.
G.; I. D. Fountain, W. O. G.
Madame Holt pave tho littlo folks
a dance and supper Jaet evening, in
that wav celebrating her 53d blrth
duy, and tho youngsters of both sexes
will no doubt remember the date and
call again on each recurring birthday
"anniversary of that event. Messrs.
Berry, Brown and Donegan fmiishedj
music for ths occasion and tho festivi
ties were kept up until a lato hour.
At a late examination of the Mills
Seminary in California, Miss Carrio
Beekman, daughter of bur fellow towi s
men, Hon. C. C. Beekman, received
100 per cent, in overy study and was
tho only sholaf with such a record.
The showing was soextiaordinary that
it was made the subject of special
mention before the school ard it is
not only creditable to tho young lady
herself kut toiler former preceptor, tho
Principal of the Jacksonville school:
In a. civil action brought by -the
United States' against Jcptlm David:
son, for trespassing on timber lands
in Southern Oregon, judgment was
rendered in fvor of the government
for 512 50.. . ' .
A stago robber named C. E. Bolton,
supposed to be thft famous "Black
Bart. thcEo-S.!' was arrested in San.
.Francisco this week on the charge of
irobbing tho Coperpuoli'i stage in Cal
aeveras county, uai. " piean guiuy
to the charge, thowca the etacsrs
where the plunder was hidden liuf do
nies buing J ho notorious Black JJart.
He??s sentenced lo ft'term."of six
years in the penitentiary.
, Krail "VTXiat an' IdltorSayn-
Mb. Root. S. Amubx: Enclosed
you will find your proposal 'for ail cf-'
Using accepted. I have all iho adver
tisements thsTBaretin can -well carry,
but recently we had an e idemic of
rhest and throat diseases, and your
medicine (Aniu.ens Cough Syrttp) was
used in my fsniilyi with good results,
thonah nn faith in all sorts of so called
imfenl medicines fs little Indeed. "That
it did good in this -case, however, I be
lieve, and for that regiijvwjll adver
tise it. If yon will tako tho trouble
to glance oyej tils columns p,thp Bul
letin you will discover they-are clean
from all nostrum ,and quack remo
dies, thougfi applications reach uio al
most every week for spiiCtj.
Greenville, Cal. Ed. Bulletin.
Ciucuit Coukt. The session of the
Circuit Court will most liktdy last
another yreek as at least two,uore jury
caies remain to ba tried. Besides the
case now on trial the following is about
all tht was done this week.
State vs. Uti Ah Ah, for robbing
sluice boxes, plea of not guilty enterud.
State va Ghas.- Bond; -burglary.
Plea of,not guilty entered.
Stattfvs. Sam Leo; burglary. "Tlea
of guilty and defendant sentenced to
two vears' iniprisoniii(mtv
O. & C. R. U. vs. J. Dollarhide and
Solon. Colver; to appropriate -lauds.
O. &. C. R. R. vs. O. F. Tilako, guar
dian of estate of A. G. Fordyce.
Stato vs. John Justus; murder.
Motion to quash indictment overruled
and case on trial.
Waldo Notes. Twenty one dtne
ing ladies were in attendance at the
dance Friday night and about an equal
number of. gentlemen' It was o-plcas-ant
affair. The young 'folk&'froui Ker
byville weie in alteuuance, also Mis
Kiltie Thornton ... .A Christmas ball
and supper is talked of . . . . Water very
scarce in the mines Work in th
Ennis niinos progressing nicely. Wim
er & Sens have their old giant run
ning night and day and their new
"ilahkins Bros, improved pliant7 set
and ready for the first raii. . W. G.
Buchanan an old land mark of Waldo
is in town . . . .School progressing.-. . .
Waldo is improving nicsly.
Thk Portland Busislss College.
"We are pleased to learn of th pros
perity of this school. Under the
manaeeiuent tf Mr. A. P. Armstrong,
as principal, it is milling mucti to its
already well established reputation for
. v. -. .-. i.-
ihorodgb, practical instruction. Since
the removal of tho school info new
quarters, il ia said to have tho large1,
brat lighted nnd most conveniently ar
ranged rooms of any private educa
tional institution on the coast. Former
students of the school speak of it in
almost extravagant terms of praise,
and it is endor.etJ in its secitlitics by
tho leading educators ofjtho state.
Fink Exinnrrio.v Leoni, the King
of the Air, entertained n large audi
eiicu here last Satuiday afternoon giv
ing exhibitions in walking a tight roie
stietihed from thn top of the U. S.
Hotel to th" Semtinel office showing
himself to be an artisi in that line ana
Oil the (rapezo. His performances are
wouderful to behold and exciting in the
extreme. He will give. another exhi
bition here this afternoon at three
o'clock and also to morrow at 2:30
Saddlee. This ia to certify
that the undersigned alone is interested
in the saddlery business now being con
ducted by him on California street, in
Jacksonville, Oregon, nud has no part
ners whatever. lie will keep on baud
a complete assortment of goods iu his
line and guarantees satisfaction.
T. J. Ktisket.
JacKsonville, Nov. 17,1883.
Settlement Thoso indebted to
Dr. Aiken wilt pluase settle as soon as
possible. A ad to these especially,
who aro seemingly indifferent whether
their bills are ever mid or not, he
wculd say, that il they are not settled
in full by January 1st, hu will net
stop to say please, but put tlicaccountH
into proper bands for foned collection
To the Traveling Public. The
completion of tho N. P. R. II. has
islievcd 'the ,0;. & O. stagor-line of
the transportation of -an 'onormous
quantity of mail, and tho compaiiy aro
now prepared To carry all who 'apply
to them for passage, north or- south,
and put them over the road in good
ii ! .
Tutf Cheapest, Abraham, Wheeler
ii Co. havo. decided on closing out
their store at Glendalo and offer goads
cheaper than ever before Bold in South--em
Oregon. Parties from h-re who
hava madn purchases there, say they
don't see how thny can afford to sell
goods at the prices asked. Try
Notice. A large assortment of the
celebrated New Home sewing ma
chines, the best ana cheapest in tho
market, have just been received at E.
n I'.rrwiltK' store. Cal and examine
Hbera before purchasing tlsewkero.
iMITIIBC rlONEUU U05i.
We regret to announce the death of J
Mrs. Elmitm Chrismaii, relict of the
lato Walker Chrismaii, who was so
terribly injured oy the upsetting of a
Btatjo at St. Joseph, in Yunibill county,
on the 10th insi., that amputation of
one of h'r legs jyju necessary. After
a week of suffring slie- passetl away
on Sundny last aged t.bout 6G years
surrpuitdciL hy sorrowing, children and
friends, being unable to -urrive the
skeck. Mra. Ohrisman -rRg-cnc of the
early fiioiieerh of this state, arriving in
1853, a widow, ImwiTy lost her first i
bu5bindJ"M f .CMorgau,by 'clioTera;blTf
thekxins. Settling mLofuvette wjlh
a large family iba subiequently. mar
ried Walker Chrisman and removed to
this county in 1S54 and .ofterwards
lived for mnnv venrs'near Shastn. Cal..
I and returned to .Lafayette in 1SG9 be
ing au'ativ widowed by tin death of
Mr. Chnjman about four years since
She was a-imtivu of Alabama but emi
qraled to 'Missouri at an early ogs
where she was firstonarTied.' A devout
member of the Methodist Church, liv
ing, an motive nod consistent Christian
life iho leaves a pure -name that will
long bo remembered by a host of
friends who loved "her for her kindly
simplicity. Sho has been tho mother
of thirteen children al! daugtitors hut
one, tight of tho. daughters belifg now
living", Ciieof.v.hoiu is Mrs. Turner of
this place; all" beitis; married' but ono,
by her last husband. "Grandma
Chrisman" a's she was familiarly called
needs no inarbla to perpetuate her virt
ues and it is only .tpo sad that a pure
and useful lifo should have been vio
lently cut off when so near its natural
termination but it is not left for thoso
who survive her to know the why nnd
wherefore or to question the justice
and mercy of Omnipotence. All that
can bt: said is that thoso who livp as
she has will wear the "crown" if there
be a crown for tho puni in heart be
yond the darkness that seems to
enwrap tho close of human life,
Last Calu Having sold oordrug
and stationery business in Jacksonville
and relirsd from, the trade the iiiider'-:
signed hersby give notice that they
must have the money duo them on ac
counts.- 'fbiswill-W-the last- iioticw-f
and those indebted should take warn
ing before their accounts are placed in
tho hands of an attorney for collection.
Selling Out. Those dssiring any
thing in the lino of merchandise will do
well by calling on Barruch Fisher be
Terc going elsewhere as he is, closing
out his stock at post, A trial will
coavinca vou all.
1 HAT HACKING COUGH can bo
so quickly cured hy Shifnh's Cure,
Wo guarantee it. "Brooks ketps it.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dys
pepsia and' Liver Complainlt Shiloh's
Vitalizsr ii guaranteed to euro you.
E. C. Brooks, agent.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miser
able by that terrible" cough. Shiloh's
Curn -is the remedy for. you. For sale
at E. C. Brooks'.
CATARRH CURED hea1t' and
sweet breath secured by Hliilou . Ja-
tarrh Remedy. Price 60 cents Nasal
Injetlor free. At Brooks'.
For lame Buck, Sido or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Priou 25
cents. For salo at Brooks.
SHILOH'3 COUGH ami Con
sumption Cure is sold by us on a guar
antee. It cures consumption. Call at
SIIILO'H'8 V1TAHZEK is what
jou used for Constipation, Loss of
Appetite Dizziness and all symptoms
of Dyspepsia. Price 10 nnd 75 cents
per bottle. Breaks can furnish it. -
nnnnp. whooping cough
and Bronchitis immediately relieved
bv Shiloh's Cure. Brooks, agent.
Romssos In Jacksonville. Nov. 20th,
1S83, to ilr. and Mrs, Johu RuDifiaou, a
Keetos In Jacksonville, ov, 20, 1883,
to the v fe of Chas. Kttton, a daughter.
MARK I ED.
Cox Matuis-Iu this city. Nor. 21, 1883,
brRev.J. A. Hover, ft. JI. Cox and
ilary J. JIalhis all of Sam's valley.
Masquerade Ball !
T&BE GlViN AT
JANUARY ' 1st.
' Fion M naoehs. Frank ' Kasshafe
J. un o anuv. Wintjen.
KtcriTicv Committee. V. Schutz, O.
II. Young and J. Blatt.
Mcstc Committee. . Schmidt, f
Luy and A. Bonn.
Tickets including supper, $1.2o each.
Best of music furnished.
Geseral Comjuttei?. IV Grcb, P.
Luy and J. Blatt.
Sly wlfo'Marllia Armstrong having left
my led ami board without just cause I
hereby warn the pnblic tliit 1 will not be
- - r"-" i c '
Baglo Point, Or.
' 'fno undersigned"-bus opened asasoa
at feglcJPola: iind 'asks Wsj frleutlsj anj
the public generally to give Mm u call
when passing thijt -Mayj.; J'inc liquors,
wines and ciwrs always kept on hand.
-r-r , i r WuOVkKUjv-5.
At -"KerbifviUc,-,Ori , r
Christinas. Sight, Berrt25tb.:
Thebes"! of Music add Supper 5vill bo
proyided. Tickets ?20. A general in
vitation is extended. . ii, IlvDxn.
Joscphiiic county, Nov24, ItiS).
In the matter of the estate of John II.'
McDaDlr, deceaer. !
. Notice is hereby given that-tho nndcr
signcd has been appointed by tho County
Court of Jackson rnunty, Oregon, sitting
Jn Piolmte.AriiiiinUlra'.or of the" estate of.
John II. AIcItenicT, deccabed.
All pcons indebted io said, estate arc
rctUeste(l to fettle the samemmcdistely,
and those having claims against the estate
will present them with the proper Touch
ers to. the undersigned, residing in Jack
sonvi!le,Jack)n county. Oregon, -within
six months from the tlrt publication of
this notice. A. II. JWaeoi.t,
Administrator of said-estate.
Dated Nor. V1563-
Laxd OrincB at KnsKsuua, Oil, )
November 17, 11583. f
Notice is hereby gcn that the follow.
intention lo make line! proof in support
of his vl.'ttui, and that snid "proof wilHie
Oreo i at Iverbyville, on Saturday Dc-
ccrabcr9,1y, iz: CtsatleS Agce Jr.;
I're-cniplion V. 5?. Ka, urajlT tne a, 4
.f S K U Scc.3 anilN Ji ot N E if Sec
2G T 36 8 of R 7 West. He names the
fol'owiuir witnesses to prove his conlinu-'
iu& rssiclcncc unOn. and cultivation of.
ssld land, viz: .llolman" Peters, Milton J
licynnius, iwn jnnrray,. jncopiiiius
Murray, all of Josephine county Oregon.
Wm. F. IiESJAMisRcgistcr.
FOll ClUltE TIBinEH, UKWN OR
Lengths, Rft, 16 ft, 21 ft and 2G ft,py
12 inchts square, to be delivered between
Wagner etiel and Ashland,
AI.SU BID -IVAATKl) Kllll lMI.Kl.Va,
To be delivered between Gore's ranch and
AH'bids mul be sealeaand In tuc'O. h
C. It. 11. oiTlce, addressed' to C. A. F.
Morris, Chit f Kngincer.Tortlitnd, Oregon,
on or before Dec. 13, liiS3. - -The company
rescrvin" the right to reject any and all
bids. 1 or particular, sto
D. Luki.no, Jacksonville, and
John A. lIUKLuaiiT, Ashland
Ryan's Building, 3rd St.,
Hanley Bros., Prop.
This well-known Miukct is fully pre
pared to turnisli the public with the
chuccbt quality ot" "
Salt Bacon and Meats.
. Sausage, Lard, Etc.
The most favoralilo inducements offered
top.it-ons.aiid no effort will bo spared
toward glvinggcncr.il satisfaction.
Jacksonville, Nov. 21, 18S3.
1MB 1 0 f II A
AT LOWEST BATES;
THE WELL-KNOWISr FIEM,
ABRAflM, WffiELE & CO, -
Would inforn the People of Josephine and Jackson Coun
ties: That having located a permanent business at the above
named place, they are prepared to furnish their old patrons anS
those who may wish to become patrons, with
GOODS AT ROgEBUKG PRICES.
.One t)f the ' l?irm will be in constant attendance. They
will keep on hand an immense stock ot
Dry -Goods, Groceries, Hardware and
WE MEAN BUSINESS! COME AND SEE. US.
The HIGHEST A.SH PRICE paid for all kinds of produte.
ABRAHAM, WHEELER & CO.
Odd Ftilav't Baildas htltomW, 8rff
DEALEU AH1 WORKED IX
ot a 1
Afc'niCOLTUBAL IMPJMETII. t
,s..x w tte fi.
i t -i
j m z. ;rf'l . -1 l
r!Va' reilt i.
, ".''.(( Lea m if Iwv t
HARDWAfiE, TINWARE : 4
ii -'i -' v gixis b-tit .
-l 3 "' sVCTTAXnt
WOODEN & WiLlM WlBL
. . ROPE.iNAlU, .si
Paints Oils, Yarnisli, 6I&
Shot, Ernalis, Qhaxiis.aB
ETC.. ETC; "
... i a"
I have iKcurea the services of a flrst-elsit
Mecbanlc, and aro prtpsred to do all rspaU
ing promptly and In inperlor style. "
fN CONNECTION TITn TBB ABOTB '
i I nm reccivliru and have comuulJt on
band a full sud first-olast stock '(
PKY-OOODS, COM BOOTI, TOBACCO
KKADT B4UE CLOTUIRO,
i ' , ' i e 1 -t
.-BvcxjthlsgsoM atrs.onbt raU.
i " -K. KUBLI
Jacksonville, March, 9, 1878.''"" ' T '
v t ,-'
A SURE CURE GUARANTEED
E. O. "WESTS nene and braU
treatment, a specific for Hrstcrla.
DizzlncM", Convulsions, Nervous Head.
ache, Menial Depression, Loss of Memory,
Speauutorhoca, Impoteucy, Involuntary
enisslons, premature old age, caused by
orer-cicrtion, sell-abuse- ffi ovjCT-IlJd'uJg-cucc,
which leads to misery, decay and
death. One box will cure recent casqk
Each bor contains one mouth's treatment
one dollar a box, or six boxes for five dol
lars; sent by mail prepaid on receipt ot
price. Wc cuarnntce, six boxes to euro
arty cosb. "With eaeji order received by us
for six boxes, acCdm'panied -with Ave dol
lars, we will send the purchaser, oor.'vnit
ten gunrrntec to return the money if the
treatntent docs not effect a cure. Guaran
tees issued only by
WboDAUD, Clarke & Co.,
Wholesale am detail Dru'ggists, Port
land, Oregon. . ",
urtiers by man at regnlar prices.
Farm or Salo.,
Sitiiatcd on Williams creek, containing
200 acres, 170 acres under fence. Good
dwelling house and barns. Also a young
bearingorchard, and good irrigating facil
ities. For-fufther particulars enqulic of
r. in. vriiuaice, rvniiams
phino eoutity, Oregon.
DR. A. MARKHAM,
SURGEON DENTIST, Central Point.
All work in my line done in tho best man
ucr. Satisfaction guaranteed. '
t)N COW CREEK,"