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JACICSONV W.L.'K i
Saturday, " March 8, 1884.
Market Report. Potatoes, 11
cents, flour, 30, butter, 371 cents,
ggs 25 cents, wool 17 cents.
ScnooL Election. At tbo annual
"ichool election held last Monday, Gen.
Urown was electad director and J. H.
Huffer clerk. Dr. Will Jackson is
Executor's Sale. The Hopkins
i&w mill on Jackass creek and some
water ditches belonging to the estate
of Daniel Hopkins, decascd, will be
'told at auction on Saturday, March
Fine Pictures. S. H. Dyer is in
town taking orders for enlarging pic
tures either in India ink, water colors
rr pastel. Some fine specimens can be
sren in the show window at Mrs."
trim's millinery store.
Ieturnkd. Win. Bybee, ex Sheriff
lis county returned from a, .visit
iujcfcyvum weeK.auor an ausence
RdnScSths. He went east with
:the pionesr excursion and tho trip seems
'to have improved his health.
Bound Over. J. C. Fairchild of
Big Appplgate was arrested by con
stable Birdsey this week on a charge of
obtaining money under false pretence
and bound over in the sum of $100 by
-Justice Huffer. The charge was pre
ferred by Wm. Hualey.
The annual report of Henry Pape,
city treasurer, makes tho following
show of our finauces: It shows receipts
for the ypar amounting to 53,231 and
$3,012 27 disbursements; also show
ing indebtedness of town on March
4, 1884, to be 907 52.
New Arrangement. Madam Holt
will hereafter run a free coach from
Medford to the TJ. S. Hotel. Arrange
ments will be perfectsd in a few days
by which a daily coach will be put on
from the hotel to Medford thus en
abling her guests and others to ge to
and from the two points without the
trouble and annoyance of looking up a
Unconstitutional. The mor'gige
tax law has been di-clared unconsti u
iional by Judge Drady and the inland
-counties will lose- a certain amount of
'the revenue to which they are justly
entitled. Portland capitalists will ni
doubt do satisGVd with this decision
while the other counties in the State
must be satisfied and thereby loe large-
amounts that justly belongs to them.
Law and justice don't alwgys go to
gethor. They Payed Up. Sheriff Jacobs,
accompanied by deputies Stcadman
. and'Farlow, stopped a biege. riunibri
of Chinaman on the Slnkiyou moun
tains this week while the latter wen
on their way to Ctlifornia, for taxes
duo here. The Chinese refused to pav
and for a while it lookeJ as if there
would be a first class row, which was
only quelled by the arrival of an
armed posse from Ashland whm the
Celestials paid up and were allowed
to cross the State line.
Southern Oregon Shipments
The first freight shipment from Med
ford, tho new station on the Oregon and
California extension, ariived herr
Tuesday. It was 550 pounds of wool,
consigned by Max Muller of Jackson
ville to Kitchen Bros., New York, ns a
(ample. Medford is the station uetr
est to Jacksonville. The first ship
ment from Phoenix was six cases of
woolen goods, from the Ashland mills,
consigned to San Franciseo. "Ore
Cheap Freight. George Freeman
will haul freight from Medford to this
place for 31.50 per ton or for quauti
ties less than a ton he will bting it
here for fifteen cents per hundred
pounds. Patronize him and you wi 1
be assured of having your business xt
tended to promptly and with dispatch.
He will pay all back charges when re
ceiving the freight at the depot which
will prove quite a convenience to our
merchants as they can thei eby make
full settlement for all freight chaiges
when receiving tho goods.
Grant's Pass Items. The depot is
nearly completed. It is a nice one
and reflects credit upon the architect
and builder. Mr. Stanley showed
HMM'err fine quartz from a lode
fy discovered which undoubt
edly will assay well in gold and silver
.... Settlers are coming in and locating
in this locality recently .... One with a
family came from Minnesota and lo
catcd a homestead up the crpek ....
.Mr. Coaker has cone to Coeur d'Alene
. . . Wood chopping for the O. & C R.
31. is a thriving business down this
way. Quite a number of men follow
it between here and twenty-three mile
House. $2.50 and 53.00 per cord de
livered on the track is the price paid.
Religious Items. Rev. R. O.
Oglesby commences a protracted meet
ing at the Lone Oak school-house
this evening and will hold over
Sunday.... Lenten services at the
Catholic church in this place, Rev. F.
X. Blanchet officiating.... Elder M.
Peterson preaches at Central Pomt
next Sunday, morning and evpning. . . .
Jlert A. M. Russell will hold services
at the Antioch school-house Sunday
morning, at eleven o'clock Rev.
B. J. Sharp will preach at Ashland
Sunday morning and evening. . . .Rev.
A. C. Howlett will preach at the res
idence of J. M. Matuey, near Eagle
Point, on Sunday morning at 11
o'clock A. M Hev. M. A. Williams
f reaches at the Presbyterian church in
this place Sunday morning and oven-4ng.
Circuit Court has adjourned.
Fresh oysters at Little k Cbaso's.
John Young of Kerby ville is in town.
Simon Caro has returned to Rose
burg. A phrenologistic crank lectured here
A small farm for rent, at Johnson's
Two dwelling houses to rent, at A.
L. Johnson's land office.
Wm. Charley of Butte creek was in
town several days this week.
The Democratic county central com
mittee meets here March 15th.
B. F. Dowell has gone to Salem on
business before the Supremo Court.
For a cough or cold there is no rem
edy equal to Ammen's Cough Syrup.
Win. Bybee Jr. says the new ar
rival at his house is no brother of his.
Bro. Leeds of tho "Tidincs" paid
Jacksonville a visit one day this wees.
'-"'All of onr lawyers are at Ashland
'fot-'t.irr !.iinc!if inn in ft ntiif. fnr wnlnr
Ul V, Ml .C. ...... .. ... m vta.w w. ...aw...
The pupils and teachers of St.
Mary's academy indulged in a pic nic
Barruch Fisher will return from San
Francisco in a few days to open out in
The assessment of the county has
been commenced by Thos, E. Nichols,
Al. McKenzie, formerly foreman of
the Grand Applegate mines, died at
Portland this week.
One of our most eligible bachelors
keeps marriage certificates for sale at
his place of business.
Mrs. W. J. Plymale has gone to
Glendale to visit her mother who is
reported seriously ill.
The Misses Pauline and Mary Wet
teror returned fiom a protracted visit
to Albany this wee t.
Judge Watson has returned to
Salem to b present at the convening
of the Supreme Court.
Inauguration day for the new tqwn
officer will be ou the 14iii. Nearly
all of them hold over.
A. B. Siltmarsh has returned from
S-attln antl will spend a few months
with his parents at Sterling.
George Cross the popular Phoenix
saloonkeeper waRin town this week
getting a reupwal of licence.
Carter & Smith are running a daily
express between Ashland and Jackson
ville fare 1.50 each way.
A. D. Rockfellow fc Co., Attorneys
and Counsellors at Law and Ileal Es
tati Agonts, Ashland, Oregon.
F. M. Overbpck has taken a position
is asMstm.t operator with the Western
Union telegraph Co. at Seattltt.
Crit T'olman is in the valley on a
visit and come to the county seat last
Sunday with a party of railroaders.
Mrs. John Decker, nged about fifty
years, died last Thursday and was
buried in the Jacksonville cemetery.
H. O. Lang, chief editor of Waiting's
History of Southern Oregon, lias gone
to Portland to finish up the work
W. W. Colo's mnmmoth circus will
vinit us this year. Read a press opin
ion of tliis sh.iw on the outside of this
Tne Jacksonville band desiro to re
turn thanks lo the ladies who iiinimged
the leap j ear party for their liberal do
nation. Karewski's team has been making
reuar trips to .Medford this week
bringing loads of new goods for this
Cill on John Dyer at the new
butcher shop for fine bnef. Ho pro
poses keeping the best in the market
at all limes.
Nolnnd &, Ulrich have commenced
business at Medford. They have a
fine saloon building and keep the finest
liquors ard cigars.
The mail from here to Willow
Springs is carried daily by N. Cook of
the latter place. The Rock Point mail
is carried on the train.
James A. Cardwell has returned
from a trip to the Willamette valley
where he has been canvassing for the
Brownsville Woolen Mills.
Ab Giddings and George A. King
are now driving stage between Phoe
nix and Cole's station and Geo. W.
Brown is hostler at Laird's.
A fine lot of cigars, tetailing at
prices" from five to twenty-five cents
each, just received at Merritt &, Rob
inson's drugstore. Go and try one.
A. L. Johnson will move to Med
ford next week to tike charge of W.
F. &. Co.'s express office and ho will
also continue (he land business there.
Rostel is going into the cigar and
tobacco business and has a fine stock
of goods on the way. He also keep
all keeps all kinds of .musical instru
All the members of Oregonian-Po-cahoutas
Tribe of Red Mea are. re
quested to attend the next regular
meeting as business of importance will
We tender thanks to the members
of the Jacksonville silver cornet band
for a serenade iast Wednesday night
on the occasion of our wooden wedding.
Tiie students under the leadership of
Prof. Schmitt are surely doing well
with the amount of practice tliev have
had and if there u music in them Mr.
Schmitt will bring it ut. You can
call again, boys.
The fine stallion "Brigham," owned
by Arthur Lange'J, will make th sea
son of 1884 in Klamath and Lake
counties. Stock men should make a
note of this.
Mark A. Mayer, of the firm of
Fleischner, Mayer & Co. of Portland
is in town interviewing customers of
that house. Markio is a rustler and
always does well.
Newman Fisher is not selling out at
cost but he nevertheless sells as cheap
as anyone else and he keeps a largo
stock of clothing, dry goods ahd gro
ceries to select from.
Robt. Westrop's "Turk" and "Fred
erick the Great" will make the season
in Jackson county this year. Turk
is the sire of some of the finest colts in
this end of the State.
President Endicott of the O. & C.
R. R , accompanied by Vice President
Koehlor, Superintendent Brandt and
others went over the road as far as
Phoenix last Tuesday.
If you want a Sewing Machine call
at E.C. Brook's drug, watih, clock and
jewelry store. His machines are a lit
tle: finer and his prices a little snugger,
than any other bugger's.
Pon. Avery arrived from the Lake
country thin week and reports fine
weather for stock in that section. He
says there will be very little loss this
year from cold weather.
The fine weather of the last few
weeks has caused an extraordinary
rush for livery outfits, but Plymale
says he will keep up with it if he has to
start another livery stable.
The mite sociableheld in the base
ment of the Presbyterian Church last
Thursday night was well attended and
proved as ponu'ar as ever. The re
ceipts amounted to 53 75.
The fruit dryer building, which has
not been used for some time, shows up
in a very dilapidated condition. Every
pane of window glass in tho large
building has been broken out.
The fare to Portland is just about
the same now as when the stages
run as far as Riddle. By buying a
500 or 1,500 mile ticket on the rail
road a large reduction is made.
Hon. J. S. Smith, of Portland, was
choM-n to deliver the annual address
at the next State Pioneer Re-union,
and Joaquin Miller will be inritcd to
write a poem to honor tho occasion.
Egan &. McMahon carry the mail
and express regulirly between here
and Medford. Tho passenger travel
is divided between them and M. Col
well, who also run3 a hack to the trains.
Dan Cardwell now represents the
Palace clothing house of Poitlacd and
is here taking orders. He haa a
full line of samples and sells suits
cheaper thau ever offered here be
fore. George Conn, now a merchant at
Paisley, Lake, county, passed through
town this week on Ins way to ban bran
cisco. He went by the northern route
so as to pay relations at Roseburg a
emanvan oid-tuue Jacicson-
villi.ui, M. J. Greene. audit at i hoe
nix and seventl others in the railroad
employ paid Jacksonville a visit lust
Work on the History of Southern
Oregon progresses finely with Mesrry.
Lang, Alley, Eistham and Walpole
in charge in lliis.county. A. G. Wall
ing, the publisher, also paid us a visit
W. L. Halsey, for whom the town
was named in Linn county, who was
here as a helper for Ben. Holladay in
18G6-7, has recently died, leaving con
siderable property in Oregon, chiefly
Our. subscribers at Ashland and Tul--entii
comp'ain of not having received
ihtHast issue of the Sentinel. They
weie mailed from this olliie but we
have thus far been unable to find out
where they went.
One of the by-laws of tho Jackson
ville silver cornet baud association is
that no member shall drink anythii g
intoxicating while on duty playing or
practicing, and we are pleased to say
that the law id strictly enforced.
There are 452 children of school age
in Jacksonville district; 555 in Ash
land district. Heretofore Jacksonville
has drawn the largest share of the
school fund apportioned to this county;
now Ashland steps ahead. "Tidings."
A freeze out poker game for a valu
able gold watch between five players
commenced at the Walla Walla garri
son on Sunday last and ended on Tues
day. It took three days continued
playing before viotory perched upon
Tim report that N . DeLamatter of
Josephine county had failed seems to
bo true after all but his many friends
wish him the good fortune that he
may get out all right. Tho failure of
the mines this vear is said to be the
cause of his misfortune.
The track was laid to the bridge at
the McCall &. Anderson mines last
Tuesday. Retween that poinc and the
Ashland depot over 1,000.000 feet of
timbering must be put in, so that it
will probably be the 1st of May before
the track is completed to Ashland.
This place is certainly getting to be
the city of saloons. There nre now
thirteen running at full blast, and one
or two more talked of. A person can
hardly run amiss of one on Front
street, in some localities every second
bouse being of this class. Already we
understand parties are looking out for
a situation near the Court House block
for a gin mill, and probably two or
three will be started near the place, as
it will be quite a walk from the build
ing to the nearest saloon. "Crescent
The outgoing MarsbalCbarles
Schultz, proved himselt one "of the best
Marshals we over had and asa faithful
night watch he cannot be, excelled.
His successor, however, has. held the
office hefore and then made just as
good a reeord and we expect to see
him do it again.
Only 54 miles staging to reach the
Oregon railroad from Yreka, which
can be dons in one da, as soon as the
roads are good, the town of Phoenix,
about six miles this side -of Jackson
ville, being now the railroad terminus.
This is about 60 miles shorter than
go'ng to Redding, the California rail
road terminus. "Journal.
The usual trouble occasioned by
change of railroad stations has been
experienced by our merchants since
the road got as far as Phoenix but
now that things have got settled down
everything works smoothly once more.
Mr. Cunningbam, tho agent at Med
ford, is an obliging official and attends
to the business with promptness and
The Democratic State Central Com
mittee met in Portland, February 28,
the Chairman, Al Ziebor, presiding.
Tha time of the State convention was
fixed for April 17th, amT'tha jilace
The Dalles. The apportionment f
delegates is one for erery 200 votes for
Governor in 18S2, and one for every
fraction over, and one delegateat
large from each county making 126
Did any scientific physician know
the formula from which Ammen's
Cough Syrup is 'prepared, he would
not only recommend, but prescribe it
to his patients troubled with a cough
or cold, or any disease of the throat or
lung. Try it. It has no equal. For
the benefit of those who would say,
"Another humbug," a trial 15 cent
size is prepared. Ask your druggist
to get it for you. In bottles at 15
cents, 50 cts. and $1.
Another ajony the portraits of the
family are now painted on the "com
pany china," says the Artist. Apropos
to thitf, the little "sweet rixteen" orna
ments the sugar bowl, the "flower of
the .family" the bread plate, and tht
artist may, "in a mild way," pose th
sharp features of the maiden aunt upon
the tea pot, while tho dignified head of
the house gazes mildly up from under
the edge of a quarter-pound lump of
butter. What next?
The cheekiest piece of business in
the way of a lawsuit for damages, is
on the docket in San Francisco. A
woman has sued the superintendent of
a poorhouso for ten thousand dollars
damages. Slip was an inmate of the
poorhouse, with her child, and the
county was supporting her. She was
out of her room doing some work,
when her child fell out of bed, injur
ing his knee cap, and she found a law
yer who pioposes ta collect tat amount
of damages from the Mdent,
authonties, and tne!yHmde
nurs-ps ami attendants fnrKhildren
of inmates of the poorhouse.
The last Legislature of this State
undertouk to change tho time for the
convi ning of the Legislature from Sep
tember to January ami it U under
stood that the next session will be
lild iu the latter month.- Serious
trouble is anticipated in conrequence,
as it is now demonstrated chat the
L!;islature overstepped its authority
in changing the date of meeting to
January, and such session will not be
legal. The law provides that the
Legislature may change its time of
meeting to, any day within the ypar,
and the following January is not
within the construction of the law.
The only way to remedy this is for the
Governor to call an extra session of the
Legislature for the usual time in Sep
tember that that body can correct the
Go From Home to Hear the Nfws.
United States District Attorney
Watson has been - instructed to
'ommence suit against Carlos R.
Reed, to vacate a patent for a forty
acre tract of land in the Rose
burg district, granted him by the Uni
ted States. It appears that one John
Donegan filrd upon the tract in ques
tion several years sinco. Some time
aftpr he ran away, leaving a wife and
children, who derived their support
from a placer claim on the tract, which
has been worked for twenty years.
Reed desired the tract and entered it
as a homestead in 1880. The trac
wan not agricultural laud and was not
buhject lo such entry, a fact which it
is claimed Reed knew. Ho agreed
with Mrs. Donegan that if she would
not rretnt him fr ta-pruning up on
the claim by showing that it was min
eral land, ho would give her a deed to
the claim. As soon as he had secured
a patent he threw the poor widow's
goods out of doors, and drove her and
her children from the land. This ac
tion raised a howl of indignation among
the inhabitants of the Jackson creek
country where the claim is located, and
a demand was made that the affair
should be investigated. Henca the
suit. B. F. Dowell, "our orator" of
Gnswold suit fame, has been engaged
by the friends of Mrs. Donegan to as
sist in the prosecution of Reed, and it
is the hope of all concerned to place
the poor woman ajain in possession of
her own. Orpjronian.
Released. Chas. Bean and sever
al other employes of Capt. H. Kellpy
at the Coyote creek mines were arrest
ed this week on the charge of robbing
sluice boxes. The chargo was pre
ferred by Wm. Ruble, the oher con
testant for the claim, the only objr-ct
being to get possesfion of the mines.
District Attorney Kent moved a dis
missal, considering tho charge frivo
lous, which was granted by Justice
Bro-vning of LeUnd precinct. The
officers of the Circuit Court here have
not yet enforced the mandamus of the
Supreme Court and Capt. Kelley is
still in possession of tho mine.
The following exhibit of finances for
the past year was submitted by tbo
clerk. It shows the district to be in
Received from last year $1,100 00
" County Treasurer 1,080 G3
" " rate bills, tution 087 4o
" " District tax 1,092 09
Total $3,9t31 12
J. VT. Merritt .r?l,502 41
John Huffer 17 50
Peter Simon'. 10 00
F. Vr.Knowlcs 22 50
Mrs. L. R. Webster COO 00
Frank Brown 22 50
Hatlie Newbury 40j 00
J.P.True 42 00
Chas. Prim 800 00
Wm. Hoffman C3 00
T.J.Kenncy 2 73
Geo.Brown 13 00
J.Nunan 3 00
C. C. Beekman 1 28
O. A.Verston - 10 00
11. Gainey 25 00
May Griflitlfs 150 00
Vm. Linn 20 00
Chas.Nickcll 9 00
D.Linn 2 23
Ream.es Bros 1 00
K. KubU , 3 00
Bilker & Maegly 5 10
1. 11. Huffer 186 07
Ncwinan Fisher 3 92
Amount of receipts.... $3,901 12
Am'nt disbursement... 3,487 23
Money on hand.... $ 473 84
The election held last Tuesday for
town oflicers passed off quietly, very
little interest being taken although
192 votes were polled. The only con
test made was for tht office of City
Marshal for which J. P. McDaniel
was elected by 46 msjority over Chas.
Schultz, present incumbent. Below is
the vote as cast :
David Cronemiller 189
Henry Judge 187
David Linn 182
K. Kubli 122
M. Mensor 102
John Orth 88
N. Langell 78
J. H. Huffer 190
Henrv Pape , 174
J.R. "Little 15
J. P. McDaniel 119
Charles Schultz 73
CATARRH CCTRED health and
sweet breath secured by Shiloh s Ca
tarrh llemedy. Price 50 cents Nasal
Injector free. At Brooks'.
SHILOH'S VITALIZE!! is what
vou need for Constipation, Loss of
Appelitn Dizziness and all symptoms
of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents
per bottle. Brcoks can furnish it.
THE REV. H.THAYER, of Bour
bon, Ind., stys: "Both myself and
wife otrn our ve to SHILOH'S CON
SUMPTION SURE." Brooks keeps
FOR DYSPEPSIA a Comnd Liver
plaint, vou have a printed guarantee
on every bottl? of Shiloh's Vita'izer.
It never fails to cure. Brooks can
SHILOH'S CURE WILL imme
piately relieve Croup, Whooping cough
and Bronchitis. Call at Brooks.
WHY WILL YOU coughl Shiloh's
cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cts. 50 cts. and $1. For sale at E.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dys
pepsia and Liver CompUintl Shiloh's
Vitalizer ii guaranteed to cure you.
K O. Brooks, agent.
For Sale. Mrs. B. F. Dowell will
sell, at rtduccd prices, dress goods,
woolen goods, fringes, laces, table lin
cn gent's fine linen hem stitched hand
kerchiefs, underclothing for ladies and
gentlemen of very fine quality, variety
of buttons, lamb's wool and cotton
stockings for chiidren, etc., very cheap.
Also school suits for boys to the age
of sixteen, from Brownsville woolen
Closing Out at Col.
Our entire stock of general merch
andise, in whole or in part, is now for
sale at cost with a view of a change
in business. AH indebted to us are
notified to call and settle without do
lay. Reames Bros.
Jacksonville, Jan. 5, 1881.
Notice. A large assortment of the
celebrated New Home sewing ma
chines, the best and cheapest in the
market, have just been received at E.
C. Brooks' store. Call and examine
them before purchasing elsewhere.
The Workmen lodge here is in a
flourishing condition and is fast gain
ing in membership. As a life insur
ance association, which is all that is
claimed for it, it is the beitof all.
Buckley Near Unioutown, March 1st,
1884, to and Mrs. Jas. Buckley, a son.
Richardson In Manzaniia precinct,
Feb. i-ith, 18S4, to Mr. and Mrs. J.
Richaruoa, a daughter.
IIxnks At Ashland, Feb. 28th, 1834, to
Jlr. and Mrs. J. D. Hanks, a daughter.
Boswell In Ashland, Feb. 29th, 1884,
to Mr. and Mrs. Boswell, twin daughters.
Allen Peruy On Big Butte, Feb. 22,
1884, by 31. Purdin, J. P., Thos. J.
Allen and 3Iiss Harriet E.,Pcrry.
Addison At Ashland, Feb. 15th, 1884, in
fant daughter of Mr. and Jlrs. m.
Raspot In Jacksonville. March 8, 1884
Julicn Raspot, aged 54 years, 2
months an d 17 days.
Wilcox In Ashland, March 2d, 1884, Ada,
daughter of 3Ir. and 3Irs. A. J. Wilcox,
in the 14th year oi her age.
Interesting To Farmers.
Rock Poixt, Jackson Co., Or., Jan.
D. M. Osborne fc Co.
Gentlemen. I bought one of tho
Osborne No. 11 Twine-Binding Har
vesters for the harvest of 18S3, and I
take pleasure in recommending it to
all farmers, for it gives perfect satis
faction in cutting and elevating the
grain, anu in uinuing u. xt is uis
"boss." The more I use it the better
I like it. The expense of harvesting
with the Osborne No. 11 is less than
heading or reaping.
G. W. Lance.
Ashland, Or., Jan. 25, 1884.
D. M. Osborne & Co.
I bought one of your No. 8 Inde
pendent self-rako Reapers this last
harvest. It did the best of work I
ever saw done with any reaper. I cut
some green pats hay, which was the
heaviest work I ever saw done with a
reaper. I raked off bunches that
would weigh a hundred pounds.
Miller & Co., at Ashland; F. Hubb
ard, Jacksonville, Phoenix and Med
ford, J. W. Hayes, Rock Point, Agents
for Osborne machines.
Farming Machinery. Miller fe Co.
of A3hland are agents for the celebrat
ed D. M. Osborne Si Co. farming im-
plemsnts, consisting of harvesters,
mowers, reapers and self binders, also
the Morrison and Moline plows and
Schuttler wagons. By shipping their
goods in large lots direct from the
manufactories, and getting car-load
rates on freight, they are enabled to
eell much lower than others who pur
chase iu less quantities. Enquire
Settle Up. The undersigned gives
notico that he wants a settlement with
all those owing him either by note or
book account. Call at the captain's
office and square up.
Til FARMER'S STOKI! !
Colraan's old stand.
A, G. COLVIN,
ncrcby informs the public that he is dis
playing at the above stand a first
class stock of
Which he will sell
At Very Low Prices.
-His stock consists of
Groccric-, Provisions, Etc,
Everything is fresh and of good qual
ity, and prices put down to
Tho Lowest Notch !
E3TCountry Produce bought and sold.
Remember Colman's old stand, and give
me a call when in town.
A. G. Colvin.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
" rrTii,e hi sePt-io-j8s2-
COLDS. "Having been subject to a bron
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colds, tot a number of years, I hereby cer
tify that Ateh's Cncnnr Pectoral gives
me prompt relief, and Is the most effective
remedy I have ever tried.
James A. IIamiltox,
Editor of The Crescent."
" "Mt.Gilcad,Ohlo, JanoM, 1882.
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U. S. Land Office at RosEiiuno, On., )
December 188:j. f
Complaint having been entered at this
office by William O. Stormcr against John
Baker for abandoning his Homestead En
try, No. 38'22, dated May 4. 1882, upon the
Lots 1 2 and 3 Sec. 21 and Lot 4 Sec. 22,
Township 3G south, range 5 west, in Jack
son crunty, Oregon, with a view to the
cancellation of said entry: the said parlies
are hereby summoned to appear at the
office of K. II. Gabbert, Notary Public at
Grants Pass Oregon on the 30th day of
January, 1884, at 10 o'clock a. if., to re
spond and furnish testimony concerning
said alleged abandonment.
Wm. P. Benjamin, Register.
J. C. FniXEiiTON, Iieceivcr.
Notice is hereby given that the partner
ship ht ret' fore existing between the un
dersigned, doing business iu Jacksonville,
Oregon, under the firm name ol Dunlap
fc Wbipp, is this day dissolved by mut
ual consent, R. S. Uunjap retiring. All
accounts, etc., are payable to J. Whipp,
who also assumes the indebtedness of the
late firm. R. S. Doxlai,
Jacksonville Jan. 19. 1884.
WORLOWS SAMPLE ROOMS,
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The undersigned bus opened a salsnon
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Elizabeth J. Covert, PliT. j Suit fa qu,.
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i N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
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