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JACKSONVILLE OREGJ)S, MARCH 29. 1884.
3 PER YEAR
E. P. GEARY, M. D..
PkyBician And Surgeon.
Office in A. L, Johnson's building.
1 JL YOUNG, M. D.,
Physican And Surgeon,
Central Point, Oregon.
' .lUalls promptly attended to at all,hours.
H. K. HANNA,
Attorney & Counsellor At-Law,
"Will practice in all the Courts of the
State. sJSfice Up stairs in Orth's brick.
P. P. PRIM,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Will practice in all the Courts of the
Stato. Office in Mrs. McCulIy's build
inj, corner of California and Fifth streets.
G H. AIKEN, M. D.,
DHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
a-Offlet opposite P. J. Ryan's store.
J. W. ROBINSON, M. D-,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OFFICE At City Drug Store. Resi
deuce on "Fourth St., opposite M. E.
Calls promptly attended to, day and night.
'MARTIN VROMAN, M..D.
DHYSICIAN AND 3ORGE0N,
Call promptly attended toat all hours.
B. F. DOWELL,
AT T 0 R N E Y - A T.- L AW (J
AllbuilnMn placed in mv hands will retl?e prompt
attention. ej-Spoclal attention gir.n to collec
tions. A. L. JOHNSON,
Notary Public, Seal Estate Afent anfi
I make conveyancing and furnishing ab
stracts of land titles a specialty. Loans
negotiated ana collections mnae. am
business intrusted to my care will receive
prompt and careful attention.
r E N T I S T,
TEETH EXR ACTED AT ALL
bourn. Lnnghlng gas ad
Imtliistered. If desired. fr wlilcb extra
charra will be made.
Office and residence on corner f California and
A. e. OIBM. t. B. BTKARNt.
GIBBS & STEARNS,
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
Rooms'2 and 4 Strowbridge's TJailding,
Till practice 'tn all Cenrtsot Record In the State ot
Oregon ana n ansningion lerruorj; ana paj p.r
titular attention to business In Federal Courts.
C" B. HOSTEL,
Practical Shaving, Haircutting
ARTIFICIAL HAIR WORKER,
Ladies and Gentlemen.
Jacksonville, Dec. 11, 1877.
The undersigned offers "Whiskey for sale
in quantities to suit customers at $3 per
gallon or $ l per. quart, at the Jingle Brew
cry. Lager Seer for sale and delivered at
the usual price.
Mns. J. "Wkttereii.
Remember that every real "Singer Sew.
irig Machine has this Trade Mark cast in
to the iron stand and embedded in the
ana of Ujj machine.
Any machine now being offered for sale,
and represented to be Singer Machines,
but not having the Trade Mark above re
ferred to, are not machines of our manu
facture, and we hereby caution the public
against purchasing, except from our only
E. E. GORE,
as he is the only person who has the
GENUINE 8INGER MACHINES
for sale in. Jackson County.
THE SINGER MFG. CO.,
W. B. Fry, MAnagcr, Portland.
Mrs. P. P. Prim's
Mi linery Store.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW
and complete stock of Millinery goods,
consisting of ,
HATS OF ALL STYLES,
ORNAMENTS, SILKS, LACES,
GcnlltmrnV nnd LadirV Handkerchiefs
Call and see them at the building form
erly occupied by Dr. Robinson on Califor
nia street. MRS. P.P. PRIM.
THE SISTERS OF THE HULT NAME.
THE SHOLAST1C YEAR OF THIS
school will commence about the end ot
August, and is divided in four sessions,
of eleven weeks each.
Board and tuition, pcrtcrm, $40.00
Drawing and ptinting 8.00
Bed and Bedding 3.00
SELECT DAY' SCHOOL.
Primary, per term, ? 5.00
Junior, " COO
Preparatoy " 8.00
Senior, " 10.00
Pupils received at uny time, and special
atlentioa is paid to particular studies in
behalf of children who have but limited
time. For further particulars apply at
BOARD AN, LODGING
Best house for the money this side ef
CITY BAE6EE SHOP
Jacksonville, - - - Oregon.
The undersigned is fully prepared to do
all work in his line In the best manner and
at reasonable prices.
WORLOWS SAMPLE ROOMS.
Eagle Point, Or.
The undersigned has opened a salsoon
at Eagle Point and asks his inends and
the public generally to give him a call
wh-n passing that way. Fine liquors,
wines and cigars always kept on hand.
Valuable Land For Sale.
The undersigned offers 2,000 acres ol
valuable land for sale. Land situated on
Antelope creek, eighteen m les from Jack
sonville Will be sold in a body for $10
per acre or in 1C0 or 320 icre lots at from
$15 to $20 per acre. For particulars ad
dress or call on A. L. Johnson, Land
Agent, or "VYM. BYBEE,
AT NEWMAN FISBEBS,
SELLING OUT FOR GASH.
Do not send your
money away but
buy at home.
THE CRISIS HAS COME.
I beg to notify the public that from this
time lorward I intend to do the largest
cash business in the county, and in onler,
to command the trade, I shall sell out my'
entire stock of merchandise, consisting of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing etc.
at such prices that good3 are bound to be
sold. Call and be convinced of honest
Those indebted to me by note or book
account are requested to come forward and
settle at once. This is the last call before
placing in the Lawyer's hands as I must
have money. NEWMAN FlhHER.
Jacksonville, pril 22, 1832.
U. S. SALOON,
U. 8. nOTEL BUILDING, JACKSONVILLE,
T. T. MoKENZIE. PROP'S,
HAVING ASSUMED THE MAN
agemeat ot ihis rrsort, I propos
keeping il stocked with 'lie finest Lrands
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
And will be pleased to recei-e a call from
all who wish the bett in my liue. Sat
istaction assur d. T. T. McKENZIE.
E. J. Curtis, Proprietor.
Having fitted up a comfortable and
commodious house on the t.oulh side of
IhcSiskijou mountain, I am prepared to
furnish the best accommodations for man
and "beast at reasonable rates. A good
road has been cut to the proposed tunnel,
only a short distance off". I mean to give
satisfaction and therefore invite every
body to cive me a call.
E. J. Cuiith.
Pilot Rock, July 7, 188a.
3T. CHARLES HOTEL,
Corner I'ront and Jlorrlion, rnrtland.
(On the European Plan.)
THOS. GUINEAN, PROP.
(Late of the Arcade, Sacramento.)
This hotel is thoroughly fire-nrooi. Con
tains 120 elegantly furnished suits and
single rooms, which have been refitted and
refurnished in modern style.
Free coach to and from all trains and
BU. J. BROWN,
Will practice in all Chronic Diseases, also
Typhoid Pneumonia, Lung Fever, Diph
thcria, Consumption, Catarrh, etc. Time
and doctor' tbills will be saved by coming
to me at once. Dr. Brown will guarantee
to forfeit $500 for every case of Seminal
"Weakness or private disease of any kind
or character which he undertakes and
fails to cure. His mtdiciuc is purely veg
etable and has all the power and cllicacy
of calomel or quinine, without any of the
injurious alter effects
Watchmaker ad Jeweler,
MAKES a specially of cleaning and re
pairing watches and clocks. My
charges are reasonable. Give me a call.
M. Ryder, Propr.
First-class accommodntinn enn nlwnva
be had at this house at the most reasona
SAn excellent stable connected with
The undersigned having been burned
out, nnd needing the money due him on
account, he asks all those indebted to
como forward at once ana make a settle
ment. Don't bo backward as the money
must be forthcoming.
J. S. Howard.
is now offering the
DRESS AND FANCY GOODS
Of The Most Fashionable CLOTHIERS
In San Fraacisco.
LAKE'S AND WEB
BOOTS AND SHOES,
OF EVERY VARIETY AND MAKE.
"With Groceries, Canned
Goods, Tobacco, Cigars, Crock
ery &c. in abundance.
I allow highest market rate for farm
produce, butter, eggs &c, and sell coods
at lowest living profit.
l represent as much lire insurance cap
ital as any agency on tlm Coast and am
ready to accept good building risks and
guarantee in cae ot loss full indemnity.
TO? STAFF OF LIFE!
THE ROGUE RIVER
Si'lffil FUDBDEO HILLS
HAVING RECENTLY BEEN RE
fitted with al" tuoderiUmnrovemenis,
arc now turning out a first-class -article
of flour, which is put up in one-fourth
b.iirrl saeks. and every sack is warranted
to contain 40 .pounds of flour If vou. don't
lvlievrtlii8, just iuuf7aiu iiVjxck 6t our
flour with any other brand offered for sale
in this market, and note the difference in
Flour and Sill-Feed
Constantly on hand and exchanged for
ITnving added a set of Rarley Rollers to
my mill, I have set apart every Saturday
to Roll Harley for customers. The work
will be done on short notice, so that par
tics can return with their grist the same
day. lam prepared to roll barley at all
times and in the best manner. This pro
cess is far ahead of the crusher
Jacksonville, Sept. 22, 18S3.
The undersigned is now taking orders
through Jackson and Josephine counties
FRUIT, ORff AMBXTAL TREES,
of any kind raised in a first class nursery.
Those wanting trees the coming fall will
do well to give me their orders as I will
guarantee satisfaction. Trees are war
ranted if properly cared for. Terms of
paymen easy produce taken at market
prices. Wanted 1,000 pounds of peach
seed. A. S. JOHNSON
Jacksonville Oregon Aug. 1, 1883.
N. E. Cor. Second an.f, Yamhill Sis.,
'PORTLAHD. - y , OREGOH.
"A. I; Aitvrraovo, Principal.
J. A. Wtsco, Penman and Secrctarj
Desinti for the Business Education of Both Sexes.
Admitted on any week day ofthe oar.
Or al 1 kinds tiecutcd to order at reasonable rates.
Sathracliun jrua'antced. . . , -
The College "Journal," containing information
ortVe course of stmlv, rates of tuition, time to
inter, etc., and cuts of plain and ornamental pen-M-tuhip,
OThe BrYEns' Guide Is Is
sued March and Sept., each
year: 216 pages, 8xlli
inches, with ov-r 3,300
illustrations r ..hole pic
ture gallery, v-ves whole
sale prices direct to consume . jn all goods
for personal or family u --, Tells how
to order, and gives eiar iost of every
thing you" use, eatj drir wear, or have
fun with. These mva ible books con
tain information gleaned from the mai
kets of the world. "We will mail a copy
JFreo to any address upon receipt ofthe
postage 7 cents. Let us hear from you.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
117 ti SS9 Waiaak Arenae. Ckleaco. in.
dt?fjn week in your own townf Terms
tJpUUand $5 outfit freeC- Addrea. H.
llAXiMT & Cc, Portland Maine.
you m m nisH
E. C. BROOKS'
New Drug Store.
A fine assortment of 8-day clocks.with and
vv a.-islxotm .
Gents', ladies' and boys' gold and silver
hunting-case, open-face and skylight
watches, from $5 to 150.
A fine lot of ladies' gold band and bangle
Diamond and ruby rings, cameo stone"
cameos set with diamonds, cameos set
with pearls, garnet and pearls, turquoise,
and pearls, and onyx rings with hidden
mottoes, solid gold band and bangle ringa,
plain and solid California r'ngs.
Diamonds in every shape.
Ladies' sets of jewelry, from tho 50-ccnt
black set to the $200 bird sets of diamonds.
Gents' and ladies' gold chains, lockets
3riM.i3 ixa.ca. Buttons.
Gents' gold scarf-pins, scarf-slides, studs
Silver and silver-plated knives, forks,
spoons, napkin rings, silver sugar-spoons
and tongs in cases
Gold ana silver thimbles; gold, silve and
steel spectacles; and a full stock of every
thing in the jewelry lino
A full assortment of perfumery, toilet
A lot of steel engravings and pictures for
In short, a complete and first-class line ol
All to be so'd at the
Aho accordeons, violins, banjos, and the
best lineof iolin, guitar and banjo strincs.
Tin. !,. arm.,-. :i f. : 1 ,.
.Hull line of
Drugs and Medicines.
KSPrescriplions irefully compounded
E. 6. BROOKS.
Tako pleasure in announcing that they now
have on hand, a full and select stock of
Made of the very best
And of which they will dispose at very
Orders from a distance will receive
prompt attention. Send them in and give
our goods a trial.
Asiii.a.vd Woor.E.v M'f'o Co.
and KiALARIA. u s
From these sources nriso thrce-ionrtns ol
the diseases of tho human race. 1'heso
symptoms Indicate Uiolroxistcnco:I.o of
Appetite, Bowcla costive. Side Heart
ache, fullucs nflcr eatlnq, aversion to
exertion o?lodjr or inlud, Ei-uctntlcu
of food, Irritability of teaiper, Xotv
spirits, A fi-clinff of Iinvlns neglected
Heart, Sots bsforo tlm eyes.ItlRnljrcoI
orefl Trine, COXSTIPATIOAV and de
mand tho uso of a remedy that acts directly
on tho Liver. AsaUvermcdieinoTUTT'a
PrLM.Sliavonoc.inaL Their action on tho
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt ; rcmovlns
all imparities through ttiesothreo,,8crev
cngeri of tho system," prodQCinj? appe
tite, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear
skinandavlgorousbody. TCTT'S rULs'
canso no nausea or griping nor iaterfero
with daily work nnd aro a perfect
ANTJS07E TO MALAR3A.
stantly toaGtossr Black by a single ap
Flication of litis DTE. Sold by Druggists,
Oi sent by express on receipt of $ 1.
Office, 4 1 Murray Street, New York.
TDTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL Rtf-KPTS FEES.
DB. &. SILSBEE'S EXTEEXAI. PILE KESEDV
Gives Instant Relief, and is an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KIFJDS OF PILES.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Trice, 1.00
rer box, prtpaiit, by mail. Samples sent
free to Physicians and all sufferers, bv
Jfeustacdtci A Co., Box 3940, New York
Citv. Sole manufacturers of ANAKEPI&
Como o-xxcX Soo XVto.
All those indebted to me in any man
ner are hereby notified that I intend re
tiring from business soon and therefore
request an immediate settlement. Those
interested will take notice that I mean
City Market, Jacksonville, Jan. 20,1883.
The Mortgage Tax Law.
Jude Deady' decision, declaring
the mortgage tax law unconstitutional
on technical grounds, does not meet
with favor in this part of the State,
and we do not believe in nny other'part
of 'the State outside of Portland. A
very largo majority of the peoplo of
both parties in this county are un
doubtedly in favor of making money
lenders pay taxes on their money. If
there is any injustice or defect in the
law to tax mortgages it is because the
lender- may in tsome way evade the
provisions of the law, by making the
borrswer pay the" tax, instead of pay
ing it himself as the law contemplates.
The claim of injustice set up by the
organs of capital, because money is
taxed under tho mortgage tax law fo
its full value while land and other
property are taxed for only one-third
or one-fourth of their nctual cash
value, has but little weight against the
law, or against the custom of assessing
property at low rates and money at its
full value. The owner of money can
afford to pay taxes on full value of his
capital, because be can always get a
net income of eight, ten or twelve per
cent, on the full value of his money.
On the other hand, the owner of land,
houses, and man other kinds of prop
erty, after paying for labor, repairs,
expenses, etc., cannot realize more than
two or three per cent, on tho cash
value of the property, and in many
instances such property brings no in
come at all or is an actual expense to
its owner. For this reason there is no
injustice in assessing money at its full
value and in assessing many kinds of
property at one third or one fourth of
its probable cash value. True, tho law
says property shall bo assessed at its
cash value, but in deciding what that
value is tho assessors are right in
placing low valuations or such proper
ty as dcs not bring tho owner much
income. In doing this they do not
ppjrjnrc thrmsolve.y mmp .of fcn
capitalists charge, but place a sensible
construction on the law and perform
their duty faithf ul'y. An) other poli
cy would make property so burden
some and undesirable that eterybody
would soon be trying to get rid of all
property and turn everything into
money. It is too much that way now.
The owners of many kinds of prop
erty, especially land, have great diffi
culty in paying their taxes on a low
valuation, while the men who have
money can easily pay from their inter
est the taxes on a full valuation, and
then have three-fourths of their income
left every year to add to the principle.
Any officer or political party that un
dcrtakes to raise assessments of prop
erty, above the low va'uation usually
adopted by county assessors, will go
out of power at the Crst election and
stay out, State Journal.
A Good Teacher. Tho directors of
the Canyonvillo district have secured
the iei wci'M of Hon. J.tiiiet F. Gazley
Sr. to teach tho spring term of school.
The people of that community are to
be congratulated on having secured so
able and efficient a teacher as Judge
Gnzley, and also the teachers of the
county nhoulJ feel pleased with such a
valuable acquisition to their ranks.
Mr. Gazley was a teacher of no mean
attainments twenty years ago, and his
return to school room duties is a matter
of surprise to his many friends. There
is no doubt but that the Canyonvillo
people will have a good term of school
during the spring months. "Plain
dealer." Senator Harrison of Indiana has in
troduced a bill into the Senate to pro
vide a pension for ex-soldiers of the
Union army who arc justiy entitled to
receive one, whose claims aro not
maun under tlm cxitting pension laws.
Soldiers now MilFerine disability aris
ing from exposure lit tne service, al
though it had not developed at the
time he received his discharge, will be
granted pensions if the bill passes. If
the soldier be dead hu widow or minor
children may apply for the pension.
Representative Cannon of Iowa has
introduced a bill of similar import to
Hon. John Huiley of Boise City
Idaho for a long time superintendent
and chief owner of the U. I. k O. Stage
Company has resigned hi position,
which has been taken by Sir. A. H.
Boomer of Boise City. Mr. LTailey u
still in poor health.
The Duty on Wool.
Gov. Hoadly of Ohio has written a
letter to Speakor Carlisle urging the
restoration of the old duty on wool.
It appeals to Carlisle's good sense.
Hoadly's letter in it3 full text is aa
"Some little time since Harper,
champion wool grower of Ohio, .asked
me to writ? you, urging the restora
tion of the former wool duty, in ac
aordance with the platform of the Ohio
democracy. I told him X thought ha
would find you with well-defined views,
pro and con., on this subject, which no
letter from me could modify or pro
rwoto. But as he pressed me, I can
not but think it well to advise you of
the grounds upon which those of U3 in
Ohio who desiro tarifF reform are able
to sustain our approval of this part of
the platform. The farmers and plant
ers of our country pay an increased
price caused by tarifT taxation on their
utensils, their doting, indeed on every
thing they consume or use, while the
product of their labor h measured by
Liverpool standards. It is obvious
that this will continue in somo degrpo
as long as we have any tarifT at ail.
The only recompense possible here at
te north is found in the wool duty,
and it is upon the ground of exception
to the rule that men like myself aro
unwilling altogether to give up rice
duty, sugar duty or wool duty, while
those who prcduce rice, sugar and
viool ae taxed for the benefit of do
mestic manufacturers of sugar, plows.
and other domestic products used byj
them. But it is as an exception only,
I admit, and not otherwise. In brief
it is but justice to our wool produce
that the product of their labor
capital should receive somo reasoniJ
compensation for the outlay they!
compelled by law to make for tho ben
efit of manufacturers of articVs they
consume. This, it is true, mav be said
of all producers, hut not all producers
Havr,-1;!M-onl-toTrei.v Wan irv3Uc"'
by 16 years' of legislation to invest in
their business. It is the sudden and
rough disturbance of values of a pro
duct into which they wore invited by
their country to invest of which ther
have a right to complain. Your own
statement of the methods proper for
such legislation, your own opposition
to the shock of hasty disturbance of
settled investments ercouragee them
to look to you for aid in their present
emergency. I respectfnlly ak for this
large and intelligent class of our most
useful citizens tho great aid which I
know your high position and eminent
talents can give them."
Salt fob the Throat Ic these
days when diseases of the throat are so
universally picvalent, and in so many
cases fatal,r3Vffeel it our duty to say a
word in behauiof a most effectual, if
not positive, cure for the sore throat.
For many years past, indeed we may
say during tbe whole of a life of raor
than forty years, we haye been subject
to a dry, hacking cough, which is not
only distressing to ourselves but to our
friends and those with whom we am
brought into business contnet. Last
fall we were induced to try what vir.
tue there was in common salt. W
commenced by using it three times a
day morning, noon and night. Wo
dissolved a Urge tablespoonful of pure
table salt in about half a small tum
bler of water. With this we gargled
the throat most thoroughly before meal
time- The result has been that during
the entire winter we were not only fret
from coughs and colds, but tho dry,
hacking cough had entirely disappear
ed. Wo attributed these fatisfactory
results solely to the usp of salt garglp,
and most cordially recommend n trial
of it to those who are subject to dis
eases of the throat. Jlany person
who iiavo not tried the salt gargle
have the impression that it is unpleas
ant, but after a few days' us no person
who loves a nice clean mouth, and a
first-rate sharpener of the appetite
will abandon it. "The Household."
An engine just built for the South
ern Pacific railroad weighs, with coal
nnd water, ninety six tons, and is de
signed for heavy service on unusual
grades. On a lavel track it can draw
all the freight cars that can be made
to hold together by ordinary methods.
Steam is required to work its reverse
lever, and the locomotive it.se If is a
mountain of strength, and mechanical