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Satuuday, May 17, 18S4.
ErCBLICAX ClltTV CO.Ml.Mia..
A. Republican County Convention Is
hereby called to meet at the court house
at Jacksonville on Monday, Ma the 10 th
1884, at one o'clock p. m., for the purpose
of nominating a full county ticket and
attending to such other business as may
come Lelore the convention. It is rcc
ostended that the primary meetings be
held in the several precincts at the usual
place of voting on Saturday, Mav lOlh at
one o'clock, r. jr.. The several precincts of
the county will be entitled to nnn delegate
and one for every 18 voles and traction of
8 or over, based upon the Tote cast for M.
C. George, member of Congress, at the
June election, 1882 which gives the fol.
lowing representation :
Aihland 9 I Little Butte 2
Applegate 1 Leland 1
Big Butte 1 Manzanita 2
Chimney Rook... 1 Pleasant Creek ...1
Eden 4 l Bock Point 1
Evans Creek 1 Stcrlincville...-. .1
Flounce Rock 1 Table Rock I
Foot's Creek 1 Uniontown 2
Grant's Pass 1 I Willow Springs.. .1
Jacksonville 9 Medford 1
Dentistry. E. L. Townsend, D. D.
8., will bo in Jacksonville June 1st,
1884, and remain ten days.
Elamatu Couxty Ticket. The
Republicans of Klamath have made
the folio wiqs; nominations: Count v
Judge, W. S. Moore; Clerk, W. C.
Hale; sheriff, C. Putnam; School Su
perintendent, It. Delap; Commission
ers, Mat Obenchain and It. A. Em
mitt; Assessor, Silas Kilgore; Coroner,
Dr. Beach. No nomination were
made for treasurer.
Entertainment. The Champions
of Honor of this place are making
preparations for an entertainment to
be given at Holt's hall on the evening
. ot Saturday, May 24iii. The follow
ing is the excellent programme which
will be presented: 1. Opening Son-;;
2. Drama in three act, entitled "Our
Folks;" 3. Solo, by Miss Dolla Penne
baker; 4. "An Angel in a Saloon."
Bible Socikty At the annual
meeting of the Jackson county Bible
Society, held on the llih inst., the
following officers were ulpctrd; Rev.
M. A. Williams, Piesident; Jo'm A.
Boyer, Secretary; Wm. Hoffman,
Treasurer and Deposialry, Executive
committee, A. S Johnson. S. J. Day
and Wm. Moorp. Collections taken
Mail Contracts Telegrams from
"Washington Miinuuuce tho following
contracts let for four years from Julv
1st: Jacksonville to Medtnrd, H. B.
Eastman, at 218. From Wolf creek
to Lucky Queen, P. McMuhnn, at
$324. From Grant.'s Pass to Wilder
wile, P. McMnlimi at $4,636. ' The
latter figure must be a mistake, as it is
only a twelve mile, route, and it also
does not agree with the bid put in by
Gone to His Rlst. John Johnson,
one of the piontcrs of Southern Ore
gon, died at his home en Humbug
creek, of heart disease May 10th, aged
about 50 years. Deceased was one of
the early Rettlers of this valley, was a
man well and favorably known, and
leave a wile and child and many
friends to mourn his lc. His remains-were
iuttrred in tliH JxcWnville
cametery last Sunday and were followed
to the grave, by a large concourse of
friends. Peace to his ashes.
Schootixq Scrape. A khooting
crape occurred at Smith Rier, Cil.,
last Saturday in which three men ueie
more or less injured as fullov,: Z
Haines, Samuel Wiuton, and Wm.
Beam. The affair took' place in the
atore of D. Haight at that place. Mr.
Haines was shot by n brother of
Beam, Mr. Winton wa shot bv haid
Beam and Beam was shot by Winton.
llames was not expected to live at
accounts. The other two ctp
iously.hurt. Tho Beam broth-
ihe aggressors and both are un-
Lour informant writes us.
2 Yeaterday was tho
Istrict school for this
Be last teachincr Prof.
Merritt will do as Prineiiml
leof. Mr. Merritt has been in
rge of the school a number of yea
during that lime has built it up to
uara not interior to any in the
aana u is wan regret that
torliitrvrt m,x -v
teach any longer. Mr.
is now engiged in other bust-
ntsi that requires all of his- attention
and this is the reason of his resigna
tion at this time. Both pupils uud
parents will remember ltitn kindly and
wish him good fortune in his new oc
cupation. The directors arc now in
correspondence with a Profesior in the
East to take charge of the school next
I The Mace Brothers Killed.
terrible shooting aHVay occurred at
irra, Wasco countv, Oregon, on Sun-
ly afternoon, May 5, and telegraphic
luces give the following account:
Ihn Bland and Horace M. Mace met
the saloon of SmeUer it MiCani ev
immediately commented shoot
They advanced until they almost
bhed and each emptied every chain
of his tevolver into the other.
men fell dead, Bland nut in the
fct and Mace on the sa'oon porch.
Mace, hrother of Horace, was
Isjiot, supposed to be accidentally
not now known whether he will
ir not. The trouble originated at
ll come time ago, when it was
ed Bland insulted Mao's wife.
men bore excellent characters
lern natives of Southern Oregon,
iace boys having formerly resi.
Jacksonville and their parents
HI living in this county.
Politics red hot.
Alex Martin has returned to Oak
A "German pic nic" to Rogue River
is being talked of.
For a cough or cold there is no rem
edy c qual'to A mm en's Cougp Syrup.
Have you ever taken into considera
tion the amount you owe the printer)
Mumps are again making the rounds
amng thoso who have not had them.
Several fine showers of rain this
week and the harvest will be bounti
ful. The People's masi convention mflets
here next Saturday to name a. county
B. B. Tuttle,-of the postal service,
was hero this week accompanied by
Judge Prim has' gene to Linkville
to attend the Circuit Court for Klam
New gcods received at John Miller's
Hunter' Emporium this week. Ex
amine his stock.
A largo lit of farming machinery
was received at Cronemiller & Bird
sey's this week.
Jacob Heater is in charge of Dr.
Jackson's ice house and will sell it in
quantities to suit.
The family of Henry Judge moved
to Ashland this wees where they will
The Petzold property was bousht by
Teter Britt last Saturday at adminis
trator's sale for $155.
Chas. J. Howard and family of
Josephine county are visiting friends
and relations in the valley.
Dr. Will Jnckson has gone to Ash
land en profes'ional business' and will
be absent a couple of weeks.
Surveyor General To'man paid
Southern Oregon n visit this week
visiting Ashland and Jacksonville.
JudgeS. J. Day started for Portland
list Thursday to attend the Grand
Lodge, I. 0. O. F. as a representative.
W. A. Walker, general advertising
g--nt for the California Fig Co., was
in town this week making contracts.
A gold locket containing the photo
of tlie owner was lost on tho streets
this week which the finder will please
The marriage of Wm. L. Bilger and
Miss Sullie Cardwell is announced to
tnke place at Tucoma, W. T., about
Circuit Court for Klamath county
bfgins next Monday with Judge
Webster presiding. A light docket is
It' now takes from two to four pas
senger coaches to ciry the travel be
tween here and Medford, connecting
Another wedding is announced for
next wtek. The groom resides in
Klamath county and tho bride lives
The Lavenburg hotel at Phoer.ix
has been closed and the only public
eating house there now is kept by
Fred P. Cronemiller. a former Jack
fonvillotypo, leturned from California
this week and proposes remaining iu
this section again.
Mil's T)ela Penneluker has been re
engaged for nno'her term having given
the best of s ititsfaction as teacher of
the Rock Point school.
Yreka merchants havo commenced
patronizing Portland and are shipping
their goods via Ashland. They find
lh.it the cheapest market.
John O'Brien of Applegate brought
is several loads of brooms of his own
manufacture, to town this week and
found ready sale for them.
Karew-hki has several car-loads of
farming nmchinery on tho road direct
from tho East which he will offer fori
sale at prices lower than ever.
A lottery More, "heads I win and
tails you lose" has been runnine in
Judge's building for a week -past and
the run of "tuckers" has been large.
The Republicans of Medford at their
ptimary meeting held lost Saturday
placed A. L. Johnson in nomination
for the office of Justice of tha-Beace.
ettort suould have been made
,to.have Judge Deady deliver his lec
ture on '"Law and Lawyers and he
would have been assured a good audi
ence. Bids for painting the gravo-yard
fence and the railing leading up the
hill will be received by the Board of
Trustees up to the evening of May
Wm. TJIrich was plected delegate to
iht. Republican courty convention
from Melford and Barny O'Neal will
represent the Democracy from that
A new Concord coach has been pur
chased of the stage company by Pat
MuMuhon for the Medford route anJ
he will go over to Yreka next Mon
day to ,et it.
Politics will be booming to-d.iy at
the Democratic county convention.
Republicans nominate next Monday
and then the ball will be started rolling
in county affairs.
The anniversary ball given by Ore
gnnianPocahontas Tribe Imp. O. R.
M. at Holt's Hall last Monday night
proved a successful affair as usual and
was enjoyed bv all pre.' en. Excellent
music and supper were provided and
the dancs was continued until early
morn. The Red Men always take the
lead in giving social parties and never
fail in carrying them to a successful
Delegates to the Democratic county
convention commenced arriving last
evening mid button holeing was in
act'io progress when we went to presv.
Theie's music in the air.
One of the finest monuments in our
cemetery win placed in position this
week by W. L. Record over the grac
of Geo. Cooksey's son. This house is
furnishing some neat work.
Wo have received the first number
of the "Star" published at Linkville
which presents a neat -typographical
appearance and looks newsy. We
wish the publishers good success.
Phillip Miller and C. R. Wikinson
accompanied Mat Ohemhain east of
the mountains. The latter took a lot
of brood mares, belonging to John
Watson, to his ranch in Klamith
The express corner presents a much
belter appearance since it received n
coui.ln of coats of fresh nainr. Beek
says he intended doing it all the time
and that's why he declined letting the
job to a whitewash artist.
F. Hubbard is now stationed at
Medford, Mr. Garcl at this place, and
0. F. Topping and F. Hubbard, Jr,
at Rock Point, all of whom are pre
pared to sell D. M. Osborne fc Co.'s
machinery of every description.
The match game of baseball at Ash.
land yesterday afternoon, between a
r.ine from that place and one from
Yreka, proved rather a one-sided affair,
the score standing G for Yreka and 59
for Ashland. A large crowd witnessed
The Astoria "Independent" an in
dependent journal, and which lakes
both Rf publican and Democratic tick
ets and from them forms one of its
own has placed the name of Hon. Bin
gar Hermann at tho head of its col
The rumor that Bissett. the stoge
robber had been caught seems to be
without foundation, as it cannot be
traced to any reliable source, and the
report that Frank Howard had hern
recaptured by Sheriff Jacobs is ulso a
W. L. Webster will once more ac
cept the thanks of the Sentinel corps
for a box of so'la. His business keens
increasing and he now supplies all
outside points adjacent to the town
He sells at tho low prico of fifty cents
The C unty Commissioners last week
granted liquor licenses to the follow
ing pirties: E 1. Morgan at Phoenix,
Tims. Charner at Gold Hill, Henry
Bjuten t Poorman's creek and Cun
ningham i Metz at the Ashlaud rail
Tho Rf publican primaries last Sat
urday elected the following delegates
to the county convention next Monday:
Jacob Klippel, J. C. McCully, David
Cronemiller, John HockenjoB, E. B.
Catbn, E."Jacobs,JbsepirBlattH. Dr
Kubli niid Wm. D.;neff.
J. M. Jarrett, who was arrested near
Crescent City last week by Deputy
Sheriff Wenb, had a preliminary ex
animation the other day before Justice
Hufferand was bound over in the sum
of SI, 000 to appear beforo the next
grand jury. He is still in jail.
A shooting scrap'o occurred in Eden
preeinct last Muml-iv between J. L.
Worlow and F. G. Cocle-y in which the
latter rrctived slight injuiies about the
body, but nothing dangprous. Wor
low had an examination before Justice
Soule of Phoenix and bound over.
Van Dunlap has been appoints!
railroad agent at Phoenix and C. S.
Sergeant officiates for W. F. & Co. at
tho same place. Mike Greenn is rail
road agent at Ashland J. D. Fountain
for W. F. & Co. and G-orge M. Will
ard for the N. P. express company.
The Board of Trustees met several
times this week aiid are engaged iu re
vising and cmlih ing the ordinances of
the town. The ide.i is a toocl one on
it is now almost impossible to find
what our laws ate on account of the
numeious atnenidmeuts made to the
Auimen's Cough Syrup, which is
largely advertised by ths proprietor, is
a realbj meritorious artie'e, and is far
superior to remedies of .similar charact
er. Give it one trial and you will be
satisfied that we know whereof we
speak. Editor "The Monitor" (Oath
olic), San Francisco, Nov. 16th, 1S81.
j The name of Georgo W. Stephenson
appears on the call for an independent
people's convention as published in the
"Tidings" which" Fhould not be the
case. Mr. Stephenson says ho is a
candidate for tho nomination for Sher
iff on the Republican ticket and if he
fails in getting that he wants no other.
Dr. D. S. Hoi Ion announces him
self an independent candidate for the
office of State Senator from Josephine
county. The fact that the Doctor is a
Democrat is the only fault we can find
with him, but otherwise we think he
could and would represent his constit
uency as faithfully and as ably as any
In conversing with delegates to the
Democratic county convention from
many of the different precincts, we
find almost n universal feeling favora
ble to the elrction of Mr. Hermann to
Cingrcss. Many Democrat who have
r.eyer voted for a person on the oppo
site ticket intend to support linn.
The Empire Hotel at Medf.-.rd. J.
W. Cunningham proprietor, lias done
such a rushing business of late that the
owner has been compelled to commence
enlarging his building. He manages
to keep up with tho demand for sup
I lying meals, and a good one can be had
there at any time, but his sleeping ac
commodations are limited for the
crowds that pour in on him at times.
He says that he will soon be fixed to
accommodate all who give him their
The Potoffice wasimwedlo the old
stand again this' swejjjnijJHl -presents a
much neater and inofeJeKifortable ap
pearance than befoTetfSfcax Muller's
store in the same Ku'iJrSg js also be
ing Gtted up and show.Vftff to good ad
vantage with a Cue nersLick of good".
Mr. Muller nude the seAion himself
and if you want the lsRt out give
him a call. X.'--
John A. HurlburtfJkting engineer
for the 0. & C.-RvR;JiWy In townoni
day this week and is asjplly as ever.
He says there are stilljjeveral survey
ing parties in the'fieId3jtho Siski-
you, but iloes not tlnliicittie route will
bo changed when wofkaKfagain com
menced, the object'oflkejpresentsur
veys being simply'to seaTany cut-offs
can be gained. , Sgfi?
D. L. "Watson ofCoos county
and James W. Hamilton'of Douglas
are-opposing candidatesjtfor the office
of District Attorney forjthe second
judicial district. ' Watsoiuis uncle to
Hamilton and HamihqnU nephew to
Watson and no matlerJ,who wins it
will be all in the fainilyUncle says,
however that he is goingito get even
on nephew for a dirty trijlc'he played
on him several years ago
Among the probable' nominations of
the Republicans of Jose'ubiue county
is that of Frank M. Njckerson for
County Clerk. Mr. Niccerson has
now held the office for two terms and
has always proved himself Ian obliging,
faithful nna efficient tifficial, and
should he be successful in) getting he
nomination I he residents ofthat county
could not do better than! to re-elect
The new brick buildings at Medford;
owned by Byars and Jacobs, are fine
structures and will mak beautiful,
stores. Barruch Fislisr ilias rented
tho one on the side street and will open
a general merchandise .istorei there.
The others are being negoti ated for by
outside parties, and as thy are con
nected the owners aro '-making an
effort to rent them to one pirty as one
The Democratic primane i held here
last Saturday selected ths following
delegates to tho county contention to
day by a majority of over eighty votes
for the anti-Nirkell candidates: Henry
ILItppol, S. J. Dav, W. J. Plymale, D.
R. Jones, John Orth, K-iKubli, N.
Fisher, II. K. Hanna, ' Thos. G.
Fteames. They aro supposed to be op
posed to Jacobs for Sheriff and in
favor of Jackson. I
Both the Republicans and Demo
crats elected two additfonatj, delegates
at the primaries held at Grant's Pass
last Saturday with the hopesof getting
them into the county conventions
basing their claims on increase of pop
ulation sinco last election. If this
wore the rule every precinct in the
county could claim additional rcpresen-
muoii us mere is no uouet out an nave
increased iu population,
-ueady? -Judge of
Court cK, Oregon,
tho U. S. District Co
deliveied a lecture at Ashland last
Tuesday for tho benefit of : Ashland
College and was greeted with a good
audience. On Wednesday riioming he
arrived here as.the guest of C. C. Beek
man, visiting the Sterling mines with
Frank Ennis and also taking in the
sights, untieing the changed, that had
taken place sinco his residence here
some time about 1855. No met many
old time friends while here jand was
heartily welcomed by them, i Ho was
accompanied by Mrs. Deady and MrH.
Dr. Marvin of Portland, and. the party
started homeward last evening.
Religious Items. Rev. R. J.
Sharp will preach in the Medford
church to morrow both mornin" and
evening. Annual Missionary se'mon
i" the morning and a collection wille
taken up. In the afternoon at half
past two lie will preich at Medford
Rev. R. 0. Oglesby will preach at
Brownsborough nn Sundav moyniug at
11 o'cloc; and at Eaglo Point in ths
afternoon at four Rev. M. A.
Williams preaches at Eagle Point
Sunday, at the usual morning hour
....Elder M. Peterson holds services
at Lone Oak school house Sunday, in
the morning and afternoon.
Josephink County Nomination?.
The following ticket is the one nam
ed by tLe Democracy of Josephine
county: State Senator," J. E. Syferth,
Herreseiitative, Arthur Porter; Clerk
Chas. Hughes; Shrrjl-likejk4cr;
Assessor J. T. Bryan; School Sjiperin-
iciiuem, a. j. unapman; Uountir Com
missioners, Abe Co'c and J. M
The ticket, as n whole, is not
ed, a strong one ny any meal
more than one of the candidates
tmed to go up Salt river. Tl,
puuncans mate nominations uro day.
Land Office Business. TVe fol
lowing is the amount of bushier trans
acted at Roseburg for the nifntli of
April: 10G3 acre sold for cak'i; 23
homestead entries made, em
3.11G acres; 34 pre eruption filjni-4
timber entries; on-3 donation certificate
issued and 1,300 acres selected as
Coos Bay wagon road land,
"I am a firm
remarked the trai
ijxe luncn counter, -jvnci l in tor pro
tection," remarked the saloon, keeper
uk he planted liisbooic'n the basement
section of the tramp's pant;. All fur
ther discussion on the question was
postponed indefinitely. "
Rf.ddisg, Gal., Feb. 15 th, 1682.
Wo have two drag stores oae at
Anderson, dl., and the othj here.
Wo have kepi and sold fAmen's
Cnujli Syrup for some lime anfind it
GLEAVES ii AvEEflX.
Settle Up. All knowing them-
selves indebted to the estate of t:e late
Madame Holt are requestedisettle
at once, and those having clajB;ainst
L the same will.preseut thejB office
tf the U. S. Hotel. - .A
Lost His Man. The stage robber
Fiauk Howard arrested in Shasta
county, on charge of robbing stuge at
Grant's Pass, in Oregon, last winter,
and held in Shasta upon requisition
from tho Governor of Oregon, escaped
at Castle Rock last Sunday evening
from the Jackson count Sheriff, A. S.
Jacobs, while stage slopped ,for change
of horses. It is said the Sheriff was
asleep in the Stage, and that tho rob
ber getting out with oMjcr, ran off.
He had hand cuffs on, which would not
interfere much with his getting away.
The Sheriff, discovering his man had
skipped, remained, and is now making
a hot chase to catch him, with pros
pects of success, as their are many no
doubt, who will lend their aid.
To the voters and tax payers of Jack
son county. The undersigned call upon
all who are in favor ot the people express
ing their choice, independent ot parties
rings and politicians, to meet in Mass
Convention at the Court House in Jack
sonville, May 24, to nominate candidates
for the various .'.ounty offices, who will
rise above parties and "faithfully represent
the people, and while living at our hands
will never oetray our trust.
John E. Ross, James B MilU.
John Watson, C. Mingus,
R. J. Cameron. John B. U'risley,
Henry Vbcgcli, James Winingam,
W. G. Knighton, Hairy Richardson,
J ohn Ashmead, Charles W. Knhton,
It. Reinach, Levi Dawson,
AV. J. Stanley, Q. II. Breeding,
W. Harper, Silvester Saltmarsli.
The above rail has been signed by many
others in all the precincts.
How Ashland Received Its Name
"Your first trip to Ashland!" asked
an "Oregonian" reporter of Judge
Deady at the east side triin yesterday
morning. "No, this will -be my sec
ond trip," replied the Judge. "I was
present when the town was named.
That was in 1S54. I had besn hold
ing court in Jacksonville, and after it
adjourned several of us took a trip
'out south.' There wax a fine little
water power there, and a number of
settlers had gathered to tako steps to
ward building a mill. Most of them
were Whigs and great admirers of
Henrj Clav; so they called the place
Ashland, in honor of the homo of the
Kentucky statesman. "Oregonian."
TIic Popular Approval.
Of the now famous Syrup of Figs as
the most efficacious and agreeable
preparation ever offered to the world
as a cure for Habitual Constipation,
Billiousness, Indigestion and kindred
1II9, has been won by the wiso plan
pursued by the California Fig Syrup
Company. Knowing that any remedy
truly beneficial in its effects ou the
system, nnd at the same time pleasant
to the taste, ill meet witli a rapid
sale, the Company, through its agents
Merritt & Robinson Jacksonville,
Vrooman k Miller Medfdrd gives away
sample bottle free of charge. Try it
tt4udge-for"jouTBHlf. Large bottle
fifty cents or one dollar.-
Fiftieth Birthday. Quite a large
number of friends of John Orth, ac
companied by the Jacksonville .cornet
band, paid tl at gentleman a visit at
his residence last Wednesday night,
giving him a serenade and congratu
lating him on his fiftieth birthdav.
Johnny, of course, asked the crowd in.
when they were seated to one of the
finest lunches we have seen in Jack
sonville, and wine and beer flowed
like water. Festivities continued un
til a late hour at night when all re
tired wishing that Johnny's birthday
camo oftner. We join with the rest
in wir-hiii" him fiftv more and hone
that all will be as jolly as the last one.
Attention Every Farmer. Be
fore ordering mowe, headers, rakes,
harvesters and other heavy machinery
call on Bilger fc Ma?gly and see what
they will do for you. They are per
manently located and will guarantee
nr-j -". !-;
RIGGS STEPHENSON At the
residence of the bride's plTrenta in
this precinct, May 11th, 1884, by J.
H. Huffer, J. P., Geo. Ri;gs"and
Miss Carrie Stephenson.
STORM ER WILSON In this city.
May 14th, 1884, by Rev. J. j. Slo
ver, W. O. Sormer and Mis Pho
be WiUon, all of CS- ' l"ass pre
DEWS PHILLTPS Near Union
town, -t the lesideace of the bride's
parens, May 14th, 1884, by J. H.
:ri'. Jt"-. Uliver Dews and Miss
ROCKMAN SMITH Near
Lucky Queen. Mav 11th. 1RS4 i.v
Hon. G. Crockett, rounty judge of
Joseplpne, Arthur Brocktuanand
Miss C. Smith.
May llih, 1884, to Mr. and Mrs.
at . . .
Mart Hurst, a daughter.
BINGERMAN On Williams creek,
May 3d, lb'84, to Mr. and Mrs.
Bingerman, a daughter:
LEWIS At Phoenix, Mav, 5th,
1884. to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lewis.
DUNLAP At Phoenix, May 13th,
1884, to Mr. aud Mrs. V. A. Dun
lap, a daughter.
LIPKY Near Brownsborouh, May
13th, 1SS4, of typhoid fever Theo
dore Lipky; aged 62 years, 5 months
and 5 days.
STANLEY At Medford, May 10th,
1884, Jane, daughter of H-'and R.
Stanley; aged 3 years, 1 month aud
JOHNSON At his residence on
Humbug creek. Applegate precinct,
May 10th, 1884. of heart disease.
John Johnson; aged about50 years,
Successful Bidders. The follow
ing is a list cf the lowest bids for
goods to bo delivered at Fort Klamath:
E. R. Reame', 240,000 nonnds oats
at S3 S9 per hundred, Chas. S. Moore,
50,000 pounds oats at 3 90 p?r huu
dreil; satre, 25,000 pounds barley at
?3 90 per hundred; Newman Fisher,
150,000 pounds oats at $3 50 per hun
dred; fame, 20,000 pounds bran at
S3.50; Al. Ferree, 11,000 bushels of
charcoal at 19c; Thos. O. Andrews.
300,000 pounds hay at 11.90 per ton';
name; 80,000 pounds straw at 1 1.90;
J no. Magher, 300,000 pounds hay (cut
on Reservation) at 5.44 per ton;
same, 80,000 pounds straw, S5.44 per
ton; Sikes Worden, 700 cords sott
wood at S3 75 per cord.
Transportation: D. J. Ferree, Ash
land to Fort Klamath, $2.30 per 100
pounds; winter 160 per cent increase
(5.98). Linkville "Star."
Sjrnp of Flzs.
Nature's own true Laxative. Pleas
ant to the Palate, acceptable to the
Stomach, harmless in its nature, pain
less in its action Cures habitual
Constipation, Billiousnes, Indigestion
and kindred ill. Cleanses tlm system,
purifies the Kood, regulutes llio liver
and acts on tho Bowels. Breaks up
Colds, Chills nnd Fevers,- etc.
Strengthens tho organs on which it
acts. Better than bitter, nauseous
medicine?, pills, salts and draughts.
Sample bottle free, and largo bottlo for
sale by Merritt it Robinson Jackson
ville, Vrooman & Miller Medford.
For. Sale. Mrs. B. F. Dowell will
sell, at reduced prices, dress goods,
woolen goods, fringes, Jaces, table lin
en, gent's fine linen hemstitched hand
kerchiefs, underclothing for ladies and
gentlemen of very tine 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 Brownsvilb woolen
Closlas Out at Cost.
Our entire stock of general merch
andise, in whole or in part, is now for
sale at cost with a iew of a chan"e
in business. All indebted to us are
notified to call and ECttle without de
lay. Rkames Bros.
Jacksonville, Jan. 5, 18S4.
A NASAL INJECTOR free with
each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Reme
dy. Price 50 cents. Brooks, agent.
SHILOffS COUGH and Con
sumption Cure is sold by us on a guar
antee. It cures consunmtion. Call at
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH
and Bronchitis immediately relieved
bv Shiloh's Cure. Brooks, agent.
T II AT HACKING COUGH can be
so quickly cured l.y Shiloh's Cure.
We guarantee it. Brooks keeps it.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY
a positive cure for catarrh, diphtheria
and Canker Mouth. At Brooks.
For lame Dick, Side or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25
cents. For sain at Brooks.
"HACKMETACK." a lasting and
fragrant perfume. Prico 25 and 50
cpnts. For sale at Brooks.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miser
able by that terrible cough. Shiloh's
Cure is the remedy for you. For sale
at E. C. Brooks'.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by in
digestion. Dizziness, Loss of Appetite
yellow skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a
positive cure. E. C. Brooks, agent.
For State Senator.
I hereby announce myself as an Inde
pendent candidate for the office of tatc
Sen ttor from Josephine county subject to
the decision of .the volers of that county
at the election to be held June 2d. 18St
DR. D. S. IIOLTON.
County Treasurer's Notice.-
Office op County TiiEAsunnn. )
Kerbyvillc, Or.. May 17 1834. f
Notice is hereby given that there are
funds n the county treasury for the re
demption of the following county war
rants, protested up to Nov. 1st 18C-2.
Numbers 123, 123, 12!, 131, 1S2, 17. 1C2,
107, 172, 173, 174, 192, 191,190,182,183,
184, 185. 18(5, 188, 189. 181. 137, 197, 110,
120, 202, 213, 214, 21C, 248, 14, !, 3.- -Interest
on the same will cease from
By J. A. Wilsos, Deputy.
.. Land Office at-Roseburg, Or., )
. , May 12, 1881. f
Notice is hereby given lhat the follow.
f aW'Tttra&scyjfir. huffed .nojjce&J
his intention to make final proof in sup-
ijuh ui ma uiuilu, uuu mm S.'IHI prooi Will
be made before the Judge or Clo k of
Jackson county, Oregon, at Jacksonville,
Oregon, on Saturday Jut e 28. 1834, viz:
RF.Owinss. homestead No. 3273, for the
S Vf ofS E if and S E 1-4 ot a W 1-4
bee. 12 nnd N E Jf ofN XV 1-4 and N W 1-4
of N E 1-4 Ses. 13 T 3(5 S IU
precinct.-r?mc3,.!'c fo1 owln? witnesses " Inve
"' uiuuuuuus resilience unnn. nnii en.
tivation or. said land, viz: Wm. Brail
ing, .jona ureccting, .Noah Bowers, T. II.'
Haymondall of Woodvillc Jacksou county
Also at the same time and place, viz:
Ephraim O wings. Homestead No. 3274
ror the W 1-2 of N" 1.4 Sec 13 and NE 1-4
of N E 1-4 fee. 14 T 30 S R 4 Wet. He
names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and culti
vation ot said land, viz: John Breeding
Wm. Breeding. Noah Bowers, T. II.
Raymond all of Woodvillc, Jackson Co,
Oregon. W.U..F. Bexjamlv, Register.
J. w. Cunninehan. Pron.
This commodious nnd wnll.nrrinfr.rl
hotel is now open for the accommodation
of goests. and will be kept on the most
The tab'e will alwavs be supplied with
the best the market affords. Especial in
ducements are offered the traveling pub-
uc,-, , '' w' RUNNING
Medford, Feb. 25, 1834.
Odd Fellow's Euildio; JutkscrTillf Ok gon-
DEALER AND WORKER 1
TIN.SHEET IRON, COPPER. LEAD'..
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
POWDEROP EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps',
VVG0DE9 & irILLOW WARC'
Paints Oils, Yarnisli, Glass
Shot, BVnshs, Chains. 3E?dso
I have secured the services of a first-
class mechanic, and am piepared to do'
all repairing promptly- and in superior'
In connection with the abova I am to-'
ccivingand have ron?tantIy on hand '
full ond first-class stock of
DttT-OOODS, CCM C OTS, T0DACCO1 . -RKAUV
GLASSWARE. CROCKERY, &6
Everything sold at reasonable fates
Jacksoavilh, Sfarch 9, 187a.
II. E. DOSC
want the best
''liOSS IJOOIS" III11CS3
bee that our uamc
is on every p:iir.
EVERY PAIR' GUARANTEED.
AKIN, SELLING & CO.
given by '
Orrsoatan fticaliontns Trtba o. L4e
Monday May 12th, 18S4-
Recettiok Committer-; David' Crmvy
IliiYner.l'iJii Crob.'E.TJ. Vatsoi., ILK.-
Floor Managers. J. R. Little, Wm.
Mcnsor, Chas. McUll, A.F.Eddy, James
(Juerrin, Frank Stecdman.
Decoiiatiso t'cMMiTTEE. I). W. Cros
by, J. T. Rnloson, Frank Lorraine, J.
Parks, Henry, P:ipc Jr.
General Committee J. G. Birdsey,
J. Whipp, and Adam Schmidt.
Ticket including supper $3.03. Tho
best of music will 1:2 pw.uled and all are'
A SURE CURE GUARANTEED
E. C. WEST'S nerve and brant
trcitmcst, .1 snecihV. for Ilvsteria.
Dizziness, Convulsions. Nervous Head
ache. Mental Depression, Loss of Memory,
Spermatorhoea. Impotency, Involuntary
emissions, premature old age, caused by
ovcr-cxertion, selt-abusc' or ovcr-indulg-
encu, wiui-u icaus 10 misery, uccay ana
death. One box will cure recent cases.
Each box contains one month's treatment;
one dollar :i box, or six boxes for five dol
lars; sent by mail prepaid on receipt of
price. Wc guarantee six boxes to cure
any case. With each order rercived by us
for six boxes, accompanied with five dol
lars, we will send the purchaser our writ
ten guarrutec to return the money if the
treatment tfoes not effect a cure. Gitaran
tecs issued only by .
Woodaud, Clarke & Co.,
Wholesale anc" Rilail Druggists, Port
Orders by mall at regular prices.
f. s. akin, unx selt.i:;o,