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Saturday, April 26, 18S4.
BErL'ULlCA CllIi.TV COJ131ITTEE.
A meeting of the Republican county
committee is hereby called to meet in
Jacksonville on Thursday May the first,
1884, at 1 o'clock p. m., in regard to the
next county convention.
MERUIT 1' BELLINGER,
Chairman Republican Co. Com.
Wanted. A good girl to do gen
eral house work for a small family.
Light work and good wages. For par
ticulars enquire at Hubbell's land office.
Social Party. The Jacksonville
Silver Cornet Bnd will give a tocial
party at the Club Room next Thurs
day night and invite their friends and
the public generally to attend. Tick
et!, SI. "
In the Field. A surveying party
composed of Itufus S. Moore, It. H.
Klippel, John Klippel and several
others started for tho headwaters of
Rogue River on a surveying expedi
tion this week to be gone nil Summer.
A Close Shave. Little Charley
Koland while flaying on a vwgon near
his home this week fell off' and one of
the wheels of the wngon passed over
him before he could be rescued from
hit dangerous position. Strange to
ay he was not hurt much and is
Mat Day Ball. Mart Hurst will
give a party at his house on Antclojc
on the evening of the 1st of Slay and
extends a cordial invitation to all to
come and have n cod lime. Tickets,
2 50, which will also include horse
feed for all vln come from any
part of the county.
Hyuexcal. Joseph Solomon and
Miss Rosa Mensor, both of this place,
were married at the residence of A.
Fisher in San Francisco on Sunday
last many friends of the bride and
groom being present. We acknowledge
receipt of an invitation and wi.H t In
young couple much j y in their new
TnE Entertainment. The benefit
entertainment fur the Jacksonville
Silver Cornet Band at Holt's Hull
last Saturday was well attended and
the performers all did well for aina
teurs. As there is yet considerable
due on the instruments another enter
tainment or pic-nic will be held on the
first of May. Tin1 receipts last Satur
day night netted about 30.
Catholic Entertainment. The
entertainment given by the pupils of
the Sister's school last Thursday even
ing was largely attended by the cili
tens of thi place and iir ivwl a success
both financially and otherwise. Little
Amelia Ottn proved the star of 'ho
evening although all the performer
did exceedingly well. Th receipts of
theevenirg ainrua'ed !o.$17f.
Ashland Agent. E. C. Kane for
a long tune general time-keeper for
the 0. i C 11. R. Co. on construction
work, has received the nppoiiitment-as
ag-nt and railroad operator for the
company at Ashland. Tire selection
is a good out as Mr. Kane has nlvvHys
proved himself an eth'cient and obliging
official and we don't think he will be
found wanting in his new position.
Will Leave Us. Ilen'y Judge
has purchased the harness and saddlery
establishment at AshUnd formerly
owned by Chas. K. Kluin and will
move there iir a couple, of weeks to con
duct the business. He will jlosehis
hop here and move his stock of good
to the Ashland stoie. Mr. Judg? is
one of our best citizens uud we are
worry to see him leave but what is our
losg will be Ashland's gain. Ed.
Helms will accompany him when lie
moves and finish his apprenticeship in
our neighboring town.
Sent Below. Wong Hung Chang,
convicted of robtipry in Josephine
county, was this week sentenced to a
term of five vears in the penitentiarv
by Judgo Webster and is now on his
way to Salem in charge of F. M.Nick
erson. This is the same Chinamen
that ran away from Waldo not long
since, with the wife of another China
tnau taking along several scads of sil
ver belonging to other parties at the
atne time. The arrests were trade at
Redding, Cal., try Constable Biidsey
' and at the trial the woman turned
Douglas County Republican Tick
et. The following is the county ticket
nominated by the lleguhlicins of
Douglas county: State Senators, J.
H. Sliupe and John Emmett. Rep
resentatives, C. B. Wilcox, Henry
Rogers, Geo. W. Riddle, 11. Manning.
Countv Clerk, Geo. W. KimUII.
Sheriff, G. A Taylor. Treasurer, W
Parrott. School Superintendent, F.
W. Benson. Assessor, P. O. Apple
gate. Comnihsioner, Dan Levens
and Chas. McGee. Coroner, Dr.
Marsters. The ticket is n strong one
and will no doubt be elected by a good
New Quautehs Ordered. Not
withstanding the reported change of
militry quarters from Klamath nnd
Bidwell to some point near the State
line, as reported by the Yreka Journal
and published in another column of
this paper, Mr. L. S. P. Marsh in
forms us that he has been offrciallv no
tified that he is tho successful bidder
for the contract to build new cavalry
quarters at the first mention-d post.
This would hardly indicate that Fort
Klamath is to be abandoned as no im
provements would then be ordered.
Mr. Marsh built the infantry quarters
at this post about three years ago and
put up some fine buildings.
Call on John Miller for hardware
of all kinds.
John Koland has moved his family
to Med ford.
Red Men's ball May 12 th. Every
body is going.
Capt. Kelley has moved to town
with his family.
The latest improved corn planters
for sale at Karewski's.
Thomas Martin has sold his farm in
Table Rock precinct for 5,500.
Geo. W. Holt will commenco mak
ing brick iir Feheley's yard next week.
Frank Bills again officiates at Jones'
saloon having recovered from his late
Candidates are announcing them
selves and button holeing has com
menced. Mrs. Miller, mother of David n.
Miller of Mcdford, died at that place
Geo. L. Chase went to Yreka last
Thursday wlnre he proposes locating
for a time.
Henry D. Kuhli starts for Portland
to-morrow to take a little spin nreund
The Prohibition convection meets at
Ashland to-day for the selection of a
Road work has bsen commenced un
der the supervision of Street Commis-s:o-er
The pres is the best medium
through which to make your political
Amnion's Cough Syrup never fails
to cure it used in time and according
The boundaries of Medford precinct
were established by the Commissioners
at their last meeting.
Henry Pare?, Jr. officiated as local
reporter for the -Times last week in the
absence of th'j editor.
If you want an office tell the dear
people so through the alverti-ing
columns of the Sentinel.
Wal'er Wheeler of Roseburg and
Conductor Wickersham of tho O. L C.
were in town lastSund-iv.
Dr. Aiken and Jerry Martin went
up to the head of Rogue River this
week on a rusticating trip.
We acknowledge receipt of acorn
miinicrtion fiom Wolf Cieek but it is
too ptisoual for publication.
J. P. TufTs was up from Grant's
P.is lust Saturday to attend the Re
publican county convention.
Will Plyniale returned from Port-I-iikI
this week where he has been at
tending the Busiiies College.
B. F. Dowell returned from Jose
phine county Isst Thiirxday vviierc ho
lias been unending circuit court.
The showers of the past week have
liern most beneficial to. our farmers
and larije crops are to bit expected.
Secretary Filgcr's report to the Sen
ate of the direct war taxed levied in
1861. has Oregon down at $90,140.
Flour to the amount of 13,720
founds is wanted at Fort Klamath
and bids will be received till May 21st.
George Freeman was snowed in on
Scott's mountain at last accounts, while
on his way to Redding after freight.
Residents of Medford have made
application for a lodge of the A. O
U. W. with a charter nieiubur.ship of
The net receipts of the Band enter
tainment last Saturday night amounted
to 750 for which the members return
The first depirtment of our district
school stands adjourned for the pres
ent on account of the illuos of Pi of.
If you want a good live agent for
the sale or purchase of real estate,
collection of bills, call at HubbeU's
Mr Veight of Ashland was arrested
this week on the charge of resisting
officer Stormer but after trial the case
Rev. Father Blanchet has returned
from Josephine county and regular
services will be. held in the Catholic
church to morrow.
Mrp. M. C. Leavitt, the temper
ance lecturer, returned northward this
week. She was the guest of Win.
Kahler while here.
C. C. Kunev, the well-known trav.
eler fcr tho J. I. Case farming machin
ery conrpiny, is with us once more in
terviewing our farmers.
J. M. Shively, the discoverer of
Sliively gu'clr, :s with us once more
and talks of chinging his residence
from Astoria to this place.
Crosby is generally considered a
good rustler for jobs but he failed in
getting tliH contract for whitewashing
the front of Beek man's hank.
Max Muller, M. Mensor, Baruch
Fisher and Joseph Solomon and wife,
left S.in Franci-co last Thursday for
Portland on their Way home.
Jacob Heeter an old time acquaint
ance of Capt. Caton and family, just
arrived from Ohio, is here looking for
a place to locate permanently.
Win. Fehely, a Jacksonville boy,
now holds a position as forenvin of
tin Scott gulch hydraulic, mines in
Josephine county at a good salary.
A large addition of new goods was
received lit Jerrv Nunan's store this
week nil of which is offured for 'ale at
reduced prices. Jerry Fays he will
keep up with the times and will sell
Mr. J. S. Howard has been appoint
ed agent to sell company's land at
Medford and there are quite a number
of buildings going up there this week.
Several of the members of Table
Rock Encampment No. 10, 1. O. O. F.,
will go to Ashland next Monday to in
stitute an encampment at that place.
We hear of quite a number from
hero who contemplate going to the
May Day party at Henry Bauten's
place on Poorman's creek next Thurs
day. The new' fire bell was received and
put up over the engine house this week
and was tried last Wednesday evening
to call out the department for regular
A short campaign is promised this
time as neither party has yet called a
county convention "and there is little
over five weeks between now and elec
Marshal McDaniel put several par
ties in tho "cooler" this week for being
drunk and disorderly and the town
treasury was enriched a ftw dollars
B. B. Betkman of this place haR
been selected as orator at the planting
of the class tree by those who expect
to graduate at the State University
It is stated by the Sprague "Herald,"
that out oi kixty voles cast by the
women at Sprague last week, at the
city election, thirty nine voted the
Stock gambling is much older than
some people suppose. They forget
that Moses owed his whole success in
life to being caught in one of the bull
rushes on the Nile.
If you want a Sewing Machine call
at E.C. Brook's drug, wat:h, clock and
jewelry store. His machines are a lit
tle liner and his prices a little snugger,
than any other bugger's.
Miss Emma TJInch has been down
with the mumps hut is now recover
ing. She will commence leaching at
the Drake shool house on Apjilegate
ot-t week troni next Monday.
The Nevada and Oregon road was
bid in by- Moran Brothers of New
York for"373,534. It is now thirty
one miles long and headed for Goose
Like valley, through a fertile country.
Frank M. Nickerson, Thos. Floyd
utid N eLauiatter are tht delegates
from Josephine county to the Republi
can State convention. The former
will go down to represent the'eounty.
District Attorney Kent and Judge
Ham. a returned from Josephine county
yesterday afternoon and Judge Web
s cr and the other lawyers in atteudS
ance were aUu expected home last
The Democratic central committee
is called to uieet on .April 30th to
mitke arrangements! for the calling of
the county convention. The. call vvi 1
probably be published in next wek't
The person who caused all the riot
and bloodshed in Cincinnati, is only IS
ve.irs old, almost u small boy. There
was a good deal of boy's play about
die w In
hole bushies., even if it was
Judge Day and John A. Boyer have
been selected as lleflen:ntatives to
Grand Encampment, I. O. O. F. by
Tah'e KocktfEnotunpnient of this place
ami both will go down to attend tho
A foot-raco for 50 a side, distance
50 yaids, is being tahted of betwpen
tleiiry Mensor, Jeff Gage, L C. Win-
duin and Horace Dunlap. If ai ranged
it -vill come off at Phoenix in about
A fine riionutvent for the grave of
George W. C-joksey's child was re
ceived from W. L. Records San Fran
cisco marble works this week and is
now being put in position in our cem
etery by Chas. Faber.
Henry Klipltel and Chas. Nickell
returned from the Democratic Slate,
convention thih week. Evidently
somebody got set down on at the
State convention notwithstanding the
little victory here last week.
The Josephine county Democracy
will hold their convention for the
nomination of a county ticket orr
Suurduy, May LOth. Primaries are
to be held on the 2d. No call has yet
been issued by the Republicans.
The grand jury for the April term
of Circuit court for Josephine county
was composed as follows; F. G. Day,
fireman, G. F. Grjen, H. Boat, A. A.
Winter, E. M. Gvvin, J. A. Niday and
A. Cole. Tw o indie metits were found.
According to the "Times" the vote
of Jackson county was cast blank in
nominating a District Attorney and
the votes of Klamath, Lake and Jose
phine counties selected T. B. Kent for
a third term. Why are things thuslyl
Keeler H. Gabbert was here this
week making tho necessary legal ar
rangements for the assignment of his
property. E Dimick has been ap
pointed assignee and as there is plenty
property creditors need have no fear.
The" variety store of W. E. Carlock
was purchased this week by Veit
Benz and Nevvt. Beggs for 700 and
they will continue the business at the
old stand. Mr. CarlocK talks' of
opening a lunch hou& at Chale's sa
loon. From James Guerrin whojeturned
yesternay from a trip tn Roseburg and
Coos Bay we get the following list of
delegates to the I'.epuhlican State eon
vention from Douglas county, all in
structed for Binder Herman for Con
gress; G. V. Riddle, G. W. Colvijr,
L Buell, O. A. Flook, Simon Caro, R
B. Bixon, '.V. H. Pitchfnrd, J. C.
Fullerton, R. A. Booth. P. C. Parkpr
J Jesse Applegate, Levi Kent.
We acknowledge a pleasent call this
week from John P. Mattingly, travel
ing agent lor the well, known agri
cultural imp'ement house of Fran
Bros, of Portland., ne is now inter
viewing our farmers in the interest of
Tho general agent for the Northern
Pacific exprpss Co. is expected here
today to complete arrangements for
the opening of an office at this pla-e.
J. R. Little is to be the local agent and
has arranged a desk in his store for
A man stopping his paper, wrote to
the editor: I think, folks ottent to
spend ther muny for payper, mi dady
diddent and everybody sed he was the
inteiligentest man in the country and
the smartest family of boiz that ever
Star route service -has been estab
lished from Wolf Creek to Lucky
Queen. 10 miles and hack, 3 times a
week. From April 20, 1884, to June
30. 1S84. Apt'legato to William
From May 1, 1884, iucrease service to
3 times a week.
Our friend Phil GJave of Apple
gate has been a bachelor all his life
and since he overheard the conversa
tion of two young ladies who attended
a surprise party at his house not leng
since ho has concluded to remain
single the remainder of his days.
W. T. Moore und Wm. Linn will
open an oyster and ice cream stand in
Ryan's brick on Third street about
May 1st and propose keeping fresh
oysters fixed up in any style at all
times. Give the boys your patronage
as they are both deserving young men.
The Ashland delegates to tho Re
publican convention all came down in
person last Saturday and consisted of
the following gentlemen. J. M. Mc
Call, P. Dunn, W. H. Atkinson, J.
II. Chitwood, J. P. Walker, A. P.
Hammond, G. F. Billings, H. C. Hill
and Chas. Gillette.
Jackson county will be represented
in person by all tho delegates circled
to the Republican State convention
with the exception of one, and their
first choic3 is said to be Judge E. B.
Watson for Congress and L. R. Web
ster for Circuit Judge of this district.
Wehavo heard of no one who aspires to
the office of District Attorney.
Why does the proprietor of Am
nion's Cough Syrup publish testimo
nials from those who have been cured
or relieved by his medicine? The an
swer is, the greater the humbug the
more testimonials they publish. Am
men's Cough Syrup is no humbug, and
to prove that and let it stand on its
own merits, a 15-cent sample bottle is
prepared, which is certainly more con
vincing tnau a testimonial troni a
stranger. Large bottles, 1.00. Ask
your druggist for it.
Gov. Ctii.dwiekj!i1 nurty visited
the Bronze Copper mines in Josephine
county with a view to start up again
the works there. What tho plan of
operations pioposed by said party is,
is not made public as yet, hut tho in
spectroir of the mine with a view to
open it up shows an interest which
still lives, while for several years the
mine has been unwrought. Tue
Hronze mine was at one time in the
hands of a San Francisco Company,
which run it a part of two years but,
expensive freights on tho necessary
machinery was the difficulty, and also
the ore by trains was too-high for profit.
But since the completion of the rail
road to Southern Oregou all those
high rates cease.
We learn from G". W. Smith, the
Liukville Hotel man, who came here
with tho Linkville mail last Friday,
that the military forces of Camp Bid
well and Fort Klamath are to be con
solidated, and headquarters removed
to Lost River Gap, 10 miles east of
Liukville, close to the California and
Oregon boundary line. This will
prove highly beneficial to Liukville,
and be of much benefit to Yreka, the
nearest point for connection with the
main tiuuk mail route between Oregon
and California. In addition to this
change, fifty soldiers have been ordered
to the assistance of the Liukville peo
ple in improving the wagon road down
Klamath liver towards Yreka. After
tho first of July next, there will also
be a tri-vveekly stage lino between
Yreka and Linkville, which will bring
considerable business and travel to
this place. "Yreka Journal."
Committed Suicide. San Francisco
papers of the 16th inst. give an account
of the dialh of C. S.chistfelin, formerly
of this county, which s'ates that he
committed suicide. We publish the
Chronicle's dispatch below:
Clinton SchieiTelin, father of Ed.
Schieffelin, the discoverer of Tomb
stone and the explorer of the Yukon
river, committed suicide early this
morning by shooting himself with a
revolver, the ball entering the fore
head and passing through to the back
of the head. Tie deceased had been
complaining of feeling ill several days,
but as he was of a genial disposition
the rash act takes all his friends by
surprise. He was a native of New
York City and 61 years old.
Republican County Convention.
Delegates from several precincts in
the county met at the Court House last
Saturday and plected delegates to the
State convention to meet in Portland
on tho 30th inst. A. P. Hammond
was chospn chairman of the meeting
and V. H. Atkinson secretary. The
delegates elected to the Slate conven
tion are as foi:ows: J. M. McCall,
W. H. Atkinson, A. P. Hammond,
Frank Krause, H. Kelley, N. Langell.
The county central committee appoint
ed consist of Merritt Bellinger, XV. H.
Atkinson, J. P. Tuffs, Theo. Cameron
J anJ J. S. Howard.
The CENSUS. We acknowledge re
ceipt of the full census reports of 1880
through the courtsey of Senator Dolph,
and they will always prove valuable
as a book of reference. The popula
tion of Oregon is given at 174,768 of
which Jackson county has 8,154.
Jacksonville has 839 and Ashland 842.
The county was in debt 10,480 when
the census was taken. There are 5G5.
farms in the county, 90,855 acres of
improved land valued at 1,697,105.
The value and the estimated value of
all farm productions (sold, consumed
or on hand) for 1879, is. 503.779.
The native born population is 7,222
and the foreign 932. The assessed
valuation of the State in 1880 was
32,584,966 on real estate and 19,
937,118 on personal property. Jack
son county had 760,918 on real
estate and 688j705 on personal prop
Religious Items. Rev. M. A.
Williams has made tho following stand
ing appointments: Every third Sab
bath in the month he will hold servi
ccs at Eagle Point in the morning and
all the other Sundays ho will preach
in the Presbyterian Church hero at 11
o'clock, a. M. and at Sled ford in the
afternoon at 2:30 P. M. . . .Rev. B. J.
Sharp will preach at Phoenix next
Sunday morning and at Ashland in the
evening Rev. R. C. Oglesby will
preach it the Neil school house Satur
day night and Sunday at 11a. m., and
at Ashland Sunday evening .... Rev.
F. X. Blanchet holds regular services
at tho Catholic church Elder M.
Peterson will preach at Eagle Point
next Sunday morning.
For. Sale. Mrs. B. F. Dowell will
sell, at rtduced prices, dress goods,
woolen goods, fringes, laces, table lin
en, 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 children, etc., very cheap.
Also school suits for boys to the age
of sixteen, from Brownsvilla woolen
Cloning Out at Cost.
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. All indebted to us are
notified to call arid settle without de
lay. Reames Bros.
Jacksonville, Jan. 5, 1881.
Attention Every Farmer. Be
fore ordering mowers, headers, rakes,
harvesters and other heavy machinery
call on Brlger Si Mregly and see what
they will do for you. They arc per
manently located arid will guarantee
A Card. The net proceeds of the
entertainment by the Catholic ladies
amounts to tiie handsome sum of 150.
The undersigned tenders to the gen
erouH contributors his most sincere
thancks and prayers.
Rev. F. X. Blanchet.
Notice is hereby given that Keeler II.
Gabbert, doing business in Grant's Pass
Oicgon.has assigned to the undersigned
all his properly, both real nnd personal,
for tho benefit of all his creditors, rateably
and in proportion to their demands, under
an act of the Legislature of the Slate of
Oregon, entitled "An act to secure credi
tors a just division of the estates of debt
ors who convey, to a-signees for tho ben
efit of creditors," approved October 18th
1878. All persons having claims against
the said Keeler II. Gabbert, are hereby
required to present the. same to me, prop
erly verified, within three months from
the dateof this notice. All persons owing
the said'Kcclcr II. Ga'icrt, are requested
to make immediate payment to the un
dersigned. R. DIMICK,
Assignee of the estate of Kechler II
Grant's Pass, Oregon, April 21st, 1831.
Proposals For Flour,
Ofilce Purchasing and Depot Commissary.
Vancouver barracks, W.T. Aprl21, 18S4.
SEALED PROPOSALS, in duplicate,
subject to the usual conditions will
be received at this office and at the unices
of ths Acting Commissaries of Suhsis--tence
at the Dllovvins; named posts, until"
12 o'clock noon on Wednesday, May 21st,
18S4, at which time and places they will
be opened in the presence of bidders, for
the delivery on or before Juno 21st, 1884,
of the following amounts of (lour, viz:
Boise Barracks, I. T., 21,500 lbs.; Fort
Coeur d'AIeuc, I. T., 31.:J(50 lbs., Fort
Klamath, Ogn., 13,720 lbs.; Fort Lapwar,
T rn of .ff lk . -EV..I Cni.l.nnn r 1
43.120 lb.; Vancouver Barracks, XV. T -
oS.&OO lbs.; Fort Walla alia, W.T., 1(J,
Samples of the flour (not less than two
pounds) proposed to be furnished, must
be submitted with the proposals. The
tlour to be tested by baking before ac
ceptance. Proposals for quantities less
than the whole required will be received.
The government reserves the right to re-
ject any or all bids, and to diminish, of"
with consent of the bidder to whom award
is made, to increase the quantities called
for, as the exigencies of the service may
Blank proposals and printed circulars
stating the kind of Hour required, and
givintr full instructions as to the manner
of bidding, conditions to he observed by
bidders, and terms of contract and pay.
ment, will be furnished on application to"
this office, or to the A. C. S. of the post at
which it is pioposed to make the delivery.
Envelopes containing proposals should
be marked: " Proposals for flour at
," and addressed to the under-
signed, or to the Acting Commissaries of.
Subsistence at the posts to be supplied.
W. A. ELDERKIN,
Captain and C. S., U. S. A.
Shingles For Sale.
The undersigned is now prcp.tied to
furnish the best quality of shingles, cut
with diamond knife, in any quantity de
sired. Price delivered in Jacksonville. $3
per thousand or transportation off at the
mill, situated two mile south of Williams
creek post office. Orders can be left with
G. Karewski. J Cuapman.
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tkial noiTi.r. mix.
f uflicient to show its merit will be sent
to any one app yrng by letter, staling his
symptoms and age. Consultations strict
ly confidential, by letter, or at office, free.
For tho convenient of patients and in or
der to secure prefect secrecy, I have adopt
cd a private address underwhich all pack
ages are forwarded.
AnaJjsl3 by Dr. A. Voclcfcer. F. n. S., Con
sulUns Chemist ltoral Agricultural Society,
England. sUows only a trace ot nitrates in
Blackwell's Bull Durham Tobacco. The soil
or the Golden licit ot NorthCaroUna, la which
this tobacco Is grown, tlon"t supply nitrates to
the leaf. That la the secret of Its delicious
mlldncs-s. IJclhtriCf so purs and luxurious lor
smoking. Ion"t forget the brand. Noncgen
ntnc without th3 trade-marl; ot the UulL All
dealers tavo lc
When t dice conccrta
best tolace Is found In
Jllarlieir J7ll Iur.
Aam SinoJlnj Tulacco.
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Monday May 12bU, 18S4-
Reccttion Committee. David Crone
miller, Fred Grob.E. B. Vatsoi., U.K.
Fi-oon Manaoetis. J. R. Little, Wm.
Mensor, Chas. Nickell, A.F. Eddy , James
Guerrin, Frank Steadman.
Dkcohatiso Committei:. I). W. Cros
by, J. T. Roloson, Frank Lorraine, J.
Parks, Henry, Papc Jr.
Geneuu. VoMMiTTEn J. G. Uirdsey.
J. AVhipp, ami Adam Schmidt.
TickeU including supper $3.09. The
best of music will be provided and all arc
New Cigar Store.
flsnrs, Tobacco, t'ijnrrllc, .Votloni, rtc.
Also keeps a full line ot musical instru
ments, consisting of
Uullars RnuJoH, Tnmb.'irliiCH, .tcori!cou.
Harmonicas I Ir.
Give me a call and I will satisfy vou
both in price and in the quality of the
p0113 oicTcd for MlR
A RARE CHANGE
Finest Fruit and Dairy Farm
In Southern Oregon, situated only four
miles from a rat'road station, for sale at a
barga.n. Containing 320 acres of good
laruj, 100 of which is covered by a ditch
ornever tailing waier; large ana com
modious buildings, fine orchard, all kind
of sma.l fruits in abundance. 40 acres of
meadow. Will be sold cheap and ou the
most favorable terms if applied for soon.
Crop, slock and tools sold wi'h the place
if desired. For lurthcr part culars en
quire at this office or ot 31. AV. W heeler
Henry Batiten House
roorman's Creek, May I, I SSI.
The best of Music and Supper will be
provided. Tickets 2 00. A general in
vitation is entended. II. Bauten.
Hotel For Sale.
Owing to the death of my wife Madame
Jane Holt who has bad full control of the
U. S. Hotel in Jacksonville since it was
first opened, and desiring to change in
business I offer for sale the building to
gether with all the furniture and appur
tenances thereunto belonging. The build
ing is a new three story fire proof brick,
well furnished and is the leading hotel of
the town. G. W. Holt.
KTXm -BO kVSBtKKTCaiNIEiSlSiKawi
Odd Fellow's Building JucksoPTillc, Oregon
DBALEU AND WORKER IN
TIN, SHEET IRON,CuPPKRx LEAD.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT .
A FIRST-CLASS STOCE OF STOVES
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps,
WOODEN & WILLOW WARE
Paints Oils, Varnish, Glass
Shot, Brnshs, Chains, 3?3so
I have secured the services of a first
class mechanic, and am prepared to do
all lepairing promptly and in superior
In connection with the above I am re
ceiving and have constantly on hand a
full and lirst-class stock of
DIIY-G00DS, Qt'Jl D OTS. TODACCO
READY JIADH CLOTHING.
GLASSWARE. CROCKERY, 4c.
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
Jacksonville, March 0. 1878.
Don't buy '
want the best.
'floss .Boots" unless you
Sec that our name
.A.- S3- 5 C-
is on every pair.
EVERT PAIR GUARANTEED.
AKIN, SELLING & CO.
A SURE CUrvE GUARANTEED.
DR. E. C. WEST'S nerve and brain
trcitmcnt, n specific for Hysteria,
Dizziness, Convulsions, Nervous Head
ache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory,
Spermatorhoca, Impotcncy, Involuntary
emissions, premature old "age, caused by
over-exertion, selt-abttsc or over-indulgence,
which leads to misery, decay and
death. One box will cure recent cases.
Each box contains one month's ticatmcntr
one dollar a box, or six boxes for fivo dol
lars; sent by mail prepaid on receipt of
price. We guarantee six boxes to cure
any case. With each order necked by us
for six Iwxcs, accompanied with live dol
lars, we will send the purchaser ourwrit
ten guarrntec to return the money if the
treatment does not effect a cure. Guar an
tecs issued only by
WOODAI'.D, Clakke t Co.,
Wholesale ant1 Retail Druggists, Port,
Orders by mail at regular prices;.
G. A. HUBBELL,
Eeal Estate Agent,
Office in Dr. Aiken's building on fal.
ifornia street. All business entrusted to
my care will receive prompt ami careful
attention. G. A. HuuiiELL.
Notice is hereby given that the partner
ship heretofore existing between the un
dersigned, doing business in Jacksonville
Oregon, under the firm name of Little &
l base, is this day dissolved by mrt 'al
consent, Geo. L. Chase retiring. -1I ae.
counts, etc., arc payable to James R.
Little, and those knowing tlremSa'ves in
debted to the tirm arc hereby requested to
come forward and settle immediately.
J. R. Little,
G. L. ClIASK.
Jacksonville , March 28 , 1834.
F. S. AKIN, BEN SEU.IKO, II. D.