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Saturday, May 24, 1884.
Jackson County Ticket.
J!. B. OATMAN.
O. S. BUTLER.
G. W. FORDYCE,
M. G. ROYAL.
M. L. McCALL.
Josephine County Ticket.
H. B. MILLER.
F. M. NICKERSON.
M. M. DAVIDSON.
S. F. I1A11IAWAY.
F. G. DAY.
A. H. PLATTER.
Attcstion. Fireman's drill next
Wednesday evening at C:30 P. M.
Cuius. Ulmch, Foreman.
Dentistry. E. L. Townsend, D. D.
S., will be in Jacksonville June 1st,
1884, and remaiu ten days.
Fouxd. A watch was found on the
Applegate ropd last Saturday which
tho owner can have by calling at this
office, proving pi operty and paying for
Wanted. Two or four good work
horses. Must, weigh from 1,150 to
1,200 pounds, and be between the Hges
of fivo and eight years. Cash paid.
Call on or address Gno. Freeman.
Settle Up. All knowing them
fialv indebted to the estate of tho late
Madame Holt are requested to settle
at once, and those hat ing claims against
the same will pretent them at the office
of the U.S. Hotel.
County Central Committee. Tlie
-JaltanM) if i&r &-iw3i'l.VKir county"
Central Committee for Josephine
county: Alex Watts, T. P. Lea, A. M.
JrM, John Niday, Homer llarknnss,
Walter Simmons, J. A. Wilson, G. W.
Lewis, Thus F. Floyd.
New Teacher. The directors of
this school district have closed a con
tract with Prof. G. H. Watt, principal
of tho Detroit, Minnesota, High School.
Prof. Watt comes highly recommended
and he will be here in time to take
charge of our school as principle when
the Fall term begins.
Precinct Nominations. J. II.
Huffer. J ustico of tho Peace, and J. G.
Birdbey, Constable, both presentincum
bents, are again the nomineea for pre
cinct officers. Their record hereto
fore is all the recommendation they
need to be reelected. E. D. Foudray
aud D. W. Crosby are their opponents.
Sad Affiction. Last evening we
heard of the death of throe of George
Yaudcs' children from diphtheria, all
dying nitliin twelve hours of each
other. The family surely have the
sympathy of the community in this
their sad affliction. All died of diph
theria and the remaining one is also
Strawkeiiuy Festival. The ladies
of Jacksonville will jjive a straw-berry
and ice-cream festival at the Club
L room next Thursday night for the
benent of tho Jacksonville Silver Cor
net Band. Some money is still due on
t&eir instruments and the public Bhould
givo them a liberal patronage to help
them pay for them.
New Store. Wra. Anglo has open
ed a store at Medford and will keep
everything usually found in a general
merchandise establishment. He calls
it the "Farmer's, store" and his prices
will carry him out in showing that he
sells at bed-rock rates. Look out for
his advertisement next week and gire
hiai a call when traveling that way.
For Sale. Mrs. B. F. Dowell will
sell, at reduced prices, dress goods,
woolen goods, fringes, lace?, table lin
en, gent's fine linen hem-stitched hand
kerchiefs, underclothing for ladies and
gentlemen of very fine quality, variety
of buttons, Iamb's wool and cotton
stockings for children, etc., very cheap.
Also school suits for boys to the age
of sixteen, from Brownsville woolen
Religious Items. Re?. B. J.
Sharp will preach a missionary sermon
at Phoenix Sunday morning and also
take up a missionary collection; in the
evening iib win preacn at .age lata ....
M. Peterson will hold services at Med
ford.... Rev. M. A. Williams preaches
at tho Presbyterian church in this place
Sunday morning and at Medford in
the afternoon at half past two
Rev. F. X. Blanchet will hold services
nt St. Frftnmn' r.lntrrVi Vanla Pn!nf ...
the first Sunday in June, at tho usual
The lottery store-has been closed.
H. H. Wolters was in town this
Spring fights opened out at Medford
this week. Nobody hurt
For a cough or cold there i no reme
dy equal to Amtren's Cough Syrup.
Miss Mamie Brentano has gone to
Portland again for medical treatment.
Reames Bros, have posters around
town offering 98 cents for county
W. E. Carlock is in charge of the
Union livery stable during the illness
of M. Colwell.
Geo. Freeman returned from Cali
fornia this week having disposed of his
team at a good figure.
A. Legrand of the firm of Legrand
Si Brown, liquor dealers of Portland ib
in town interviewing customers.
Henry Mensor now runs an opposi
tion express to Medford making close
connections with trains each way.
Don't forget to attend the Champion
entertainment at Holt's Hall to night.
An excellent programme has been pre
pared. Willie Young is expected back from
New Tacoma Sunday on a visit to his
father who has been quite ill for some
K. Kubli received a new safe this
weec, one of the largest and finest in
the county. It is all of the Hall man
ufacture. George R. Justus shot himself acci
dentally at his home at Grants PassJ
this week but his injuries are not con
A. meeting of the Are company was
called lor last evening to take steps for
celebrating the coming 4lh of July. Full
proceedings next week.
Tho Republicans of Klamath county
made no nomination for Treasurer,
thereby insuring the re election of E.
R. Reames to that .office.
Patronize A. S. Johnson tor fruit
trees. He lives with us, guarantees
satisfaction and will make anything
good that is not what is represented.
Residents of Josephine county should
not fail to cast a vote for N. DeLiraa
matter for Treasurer. He has made a
good officer and deserves a re-election.
0. M. Krewson of Medford is build
ing a new barn for Hanley & Love.
He has just finished Win. Ulnch 8 new
residence at Medford and did some
The Hth day of May was declared
a legal holiday in California by Gov
ernor Stoneinan, and the order had a
grand ce'ebration in San Francisco on
We understand that Hon. T. McF.
Patton of Salem has been appointed
Consul to Japan. itotreside at Ozaka
of General Stahl.
Dr. J. W. Robinbon has declined the
nomination tendered him by the Re
publican convention for Coroner and
no new selection has yet been made by
the central committee.
The Express corner and Max Mul-
lpr's new store were treated to new
coats of paint this week. Chas. Schultz
lit doing the outside work, while John
Carter does the graining and fancy
The Odd Fellow's hall is one of the
nicest in the city now since it has been
painted up and the new carpet laid.
Bunnow did the painting, and Adam
Schmitt laid the carpet and hung the
Vote for Capt. Kelley for County
Judge if you want a faithful an honest
official. He is also qualified to make
one of the best Judges .the county has
ever had and he is a man that never
hhirks a dutv.
Barruch Fiblier has got his store at
Medford opened out in one of Byar's
new bricks and is now ready for busi
ness. He keeps nearly everything but
will make a speciality of goods required
by the fair sex.
Several capitalists of Portland and
others of East Portland are making up
a party to visit Jackson county for the
purpose of making investments in land
and establishing several industries in
the Rogue river valley.
Being crowded lor space we fail to
publish the proceedings of tho Repub
lican convention in full, but the ticket
nominated will be found at tho head of
our columns. Everything passed off
harmoniously and the ticket gives gen
Hon. Wm. Kahler, who once honor
ed Jackson county as her representative
to the Legislature, is our nominee for
Treasurer. He has the ability and
honesty to fill this office of trust and all
who know him will not fail to cast a
vote for "old pap Kahler."
The grand lodge of the state I. 0. O.
F. etected the following officers: J. J.
Walton, grand master; W. C. Tweedale
deputy grand master; R. Alexander,
grand warden; I. W. Case, grand repre
sentative; John M. Bacon, grand secre
tary: I. R. Moores, grand treasurer.
We acknowledge a pleasant" call last
Thursday from M. J. Green who has
been acting as railroad agent at the
front since railroad construction has
been going on. E. C. Kane has been
appointed agent at Ashland, and Mr.
Green will roport at headquarters to
take another position iu the employ of
We owe an apology to our readers
this week for the scarcity of local news
but as county elections are only held
once every two years we hope our pa
trons will excuse us. Onlj one more
issue of the Sentinel remains before
the close of the campaign and after
that we will try and ehroniclo all the
news of the county.
When Mr. Jacobs gets through ex
pftining his bad faitb to Charles Prim
and that gentlnman's friends, in regard
to his promise of the deputyship in the
event of his election, and how he fail
ed and utterly refused to keep his
promise after the election he can then
explain his conduct towards Mr. Jack
son; and tell how he repeatedly prom
ised that if elected once he would be
satisfied and do all he could to assist
Jackson two years hence; and how he
repeatedly since that time and at Mr
Jackson's own house but a short time
sinco assured him that he was not and
would not be a candidate and that he
would assist him all he could.
And it would not bo out of place
after making public all these broken
pledges, for him to tell the truth once
and say that he has been systematic
ally fixing up the precincts ever since
his election, and in the faco of his dec
larations to Jackson to secure his re
nomination. This will ba an unfortunate cam
paign for Mr. Jacobs and before it is
over it will not only be made plain to
tho public that he is unfit and incom
petent for the office but that he is mor
ally unworthy of any offiae.
As an. electioneering document abrief
puporting to come from Hon. George
II. Williams and B. F. Dowell, in the
celebrated Kelly-Ruble case, is being
extensively circulated throughout the
county with the hope of injuring
Kelley. The subjoined letter ex
plains itself and we publish it in full:
Portland, Oregon, April 2, 1884.
J. H. Hoffer, Esq. Dear Sir:
I liave to say in answer to your kind
letter of the DQth ult. that I am in no way
responsible for the document entitled
"Brief of Geo. II. Williams and B. F.
Dowell. Attorneys lor the State of Oregon
and Wm. Ruble." It was prepared and
my name affixed to it without my knowl
edge or consent, I enclose a copy of my
brief in the case uf Kelly vs. Ruble ct al.
which as you will see, 'is confined exclu
sively to the questions of law and fact in
that case, and it was not until after the
argument and decision therein that the
document in question made its appear
ance. Most of my brief is incorporated
into that document but I emphatically
deny all responsibility foi the personal at
tacks and reflections which it contains. I
have not made or helped to make a brief
in any contempt cape before the Supreme
Court. Very Truly Yours,
Geo. II. Williams.
Judge 1. R. Webster, the Republi
can candidate for Circuit Judge, is in
creasing in favor every day, and prom
inent men, irrespective of party, vho
believe in an honest and capable judi
ciary, are giving him unqualified en
dorsement and support. We are grat
ified to know that the opposition can
"in tin W. .TfOQi .l.wlffq Wf)t)v -.J
standing as a man and that his qualifi
cations for the position to which he
was called by both parties on Judge
Hantia's resignation have been fully
tested. He is before the people of
this district with a reputation that the
most bitter partizan cannot cavil at,
and will honor a position, in every
cense nos political, that should be
held above party prejudice.
Everybody that has tried Annuen's
Cough .Syrup continues its use; he
sides they tell their neighbors ot it.
We were in a drug store the other day
when a customer asked for a bottle of
Airmen's Cough Syrup, saying "I do
not know anything about it myself,
but my neighbor advised me to buy it
for a cold, aud tells me that the use of
three bottles has entirely cured his
cough of tw o years standing, in fact he
says 'It is the best medicine in the
world for coughs, colds and lung com
plaints,' and that a one dollar bottle
did him more good than all the pre
scriptions he had from the doctors."
The Popular Approval.
Of the now famous Syrup of Figs as
the most efficacious and agreeable
preparation ever offered to the world
as a euro for Habitual Constipation,
Billiousness, Indigestion and kindred
ills, has been won by the wise plan
pursued by the California Fig Syrup
Company. Knowing that any remedy
truly beneficial in its effects on the
system, and at the same time pleasant
to the taste, ill meet with a rapid
sale, tho Company, through its agents
Merritt ct Robinson Jacksonville,
Vrooman & Miller Medford gives away
sample bottle free of charge. Try it
and judge for yourself. Largo bottle
fifty cents or one dollar.
CATARRH CURED health and
sweet breath secured by Shilohs Ca
tarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents Nasal
Injector free. At Brooks'.
THE REV. H. THAYER, of Bour
bon, Ind., se.ys: "Both myself and
wife owe ourl We? to SHILOH'S CON
SUMPTION CURE." Brooks keeps
WILL YQU SUFFER with Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's
Vitalizer h guaranteed to cure you.
E. C. Brooks, agent.
SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what
you need for Constipation, Loss of
Appetite Dizziness and all symptoms
of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents
per bottle. Brooks can furnish it.
WHY WILL YOU cough Shiloh's
cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cts. 50 cts. and 1. For sale at E.
SHILOH'S CURE WILL imme
piately relieve Croup, Whooping cough
and Bronchitis. Call at Brooks.
FOR DYSPEPSIA a Comnd Liver
plaint, you have a printed guarantee
on every botth of Shiloh's Vita'izer.
It never fails tQ (jure, Brooks can
. . ?.. ,.a,Tiray:lu, 1884;
The Republican convention -met on the
17th at Wllderville and' nominated a full
county ticket of good material and one
that we can recommend. .-'"With the ex
ception of the candidateTorSenator.it was
unanimous, and. by present '-indications I
think we have a canditlatcifor said office
that will make himself knsvn in the fen
ate for the-welfore of ourlpuntry, he be
ing largely interested in the develop
ment of the material interests of our coun
try, besides the business intercuts he holds
in the North will add greatly to his in
fluence, for a trite saying is "a friend at
court" is worth many outside of it, for if
he combines his influence with his mil
know business tact he will do for Southern
Oregon what has never been done before
for the facts are that we have not had
part or branch in the affaire of the State
except the privilege to vote" and take such
crumbs as the north in their,, condescen
sion gavo us, but by the disposition of Mr.
Miller I opine that if elected he -will make
his power felt, and if he "can have the co
operation of the balance o'f the southern
delegation I think weTvilf-'haVo success
and then if JHslegislatipnJsgiven us we
will no more be at the mercy of the money
of the money sharks, 'but our'glorious
country and climate, willj bo appreciated
as it deserves. Thornton, ,'candidate for
Reprcsenative,ls too well-known to' need
any commendation, and ,as to. the balance
of the ticket I think-' they have proved
their ability and thc-newJnes5nb doubt
will do their duty as they.are well known
citizens and if elected Will no. their duty
as lion est men." WT wilf do onV best to
elect tho entire ticket, and-I hope there i3
not a Republican in our county that will
be guilty and mean enoush, to trade ot
sell any of the candidates -if has been done
heretofore by several and when occasion
requires I will make it look very blck for
them should they offer for any office. The
ticket was nominated in good faith and
now let us stand by it. X.
To the voters and tax payers of Jack
Knn rnilnfv. Tim nnrtprQiVnwl nn nnnn
all who arc in favor of the people express-
ing '.ueir cuoice inucpenucnt 01 parties
rings and politicians, to meet in Mass
Convention at the Court House in Jack
sonville, May 24, to nominate candidates
for the various .-jounty offices, who will
rise above parties and faithfully represent
the people, and while living at our hands
will never nntniv nnrtrnst
John E. Ross, "Jam-s B Mills.
John Watson, C. Mingus, '
John lCTicc, M.Ha.ilcy,
R. J. Cameron,
John B. Wrisler.
W. Q. Knighton,
Charles AV. Knighton,
O. Tl. Ttrpplini
The above call lins horn &!rrrnrl l.vmflmr
others in all the precincts.
The Democratic Ticket. The con
vention of the unterrified placed ihe
following ticket in the field last Satur
day: Representative, J. R. .Neil and
Tlios. F. Beall. County Judge, Ed.
DfPeatt, of Ashland. Couhty Com
missioners, W. J. Rogers and C. H.
Pickens of Sains valley. Sherifi, A.
S. Jacob?, of Ashland. Cleik, Wra.
H. Paiker, of Butto creek. Assessor,
J. G. Ashpole, of Butte Creek. Treas
urer, N. Fisher, of Jacksonville.
School Superintendent, Win. L. Col
vig of Rock Point. Surveyor,. E. J.
Jeffrevl ifAniiiHtaMB''Prf, Dr.
-JJ. m-iit.iiRtico of
the Peat'e for Jtcksonvilla precinct, TZ.
D. Foudray. Constable, D. W. Crcs
Is a prolific source of misery and
many ills, giving rise to Headache,
Dullness, Fevers, Nervousness Rest
lessness, Biliousness, Indigestiou, Poi
soiling of the blood, etc. The bitter,
nauseous Liver medicines, pills, salts
and draughts formerly used to relieve
the sufferer, only aggravate the dis
ease and sicken the stomach. All who
are afflicted in that way, know the im
portance of a remedy pleasant to the
palate, harmless in its nature, and tru
ly beneficial in its action. The trial
bottles of Syrup of Figs given avay
free of charge by our enterprising
druggists, Merritt & Robinson, Jack
sonville, and Vrooman i Millar, Med
ford, prove that it is all that can. be
desired. Large bottles at fifty cents
or one dollar.
Mrs. Abernethy widow of ex-Governor
A bernethy, of Oregon,, died on
Friday morning, May 2d, 1884, at the
residence of her son-in-law, Col. Hodges,
in New York city. Mrs. Abernethy
was a pioneer of 1880, and is well
remembered by many of our people.
The only son of the deceased, Wm.
Abernethy, resides on a farm, near
Closing Out at Cost.
Our entire stock of general merch
andise, in whole or in partis now for
t.ale at cost with a view of a change
in business. All indebted - to' us are
notified to call and settle without de
lay. Reaites Bros.
Jacksonville, Jan. 5, 18J. -'
HOSLER RALPH.-In Ashland, at the
residence of tho bride's parents. May 14,
bv Rev. M. A. Williams, J. IL Hosier of
D'aytou. W. T., and MUs Bcllo Ralph of
CHARLEY. On Antelope creek. May
20th, to Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Charley,
YORK. On Applegate, May 8th, to
Mr. and Mrs. J. Vf. York, a son.
Laxd Office at Roseburo Or., )
May 19th. 1884. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proot in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof -will
be made before the Judge or Clerk of
Josephine county Oregon, at Kerbyville
Oregon, on Saturday JunaUS, 1884, viz:
D. S. McCollum, Homestead No. 3209, lor
the S C V ot S W 1-4, S W if of S E 14
and N of S E 1-4 sec. 34 T 3& S U7 W.
He names the following witnessealo prove
his continuous residence upon, and culti
vation of. said land, viz: M. D. 1. Crook's,
P. P. Mills, T. G. Harmon, A Tolin, all
of Kerbyville Josephine county Oregon.
YAUDES. At Sterlings May 23. 1884,
Albert, son of George and Ann Yaudes,
aged about 10 years.
YAUDES. At Sterling, May 23, 18S4,
Lottie May, daughter of George and
Ann Taudos, aged about 8 years.
YAUDES. At Sterling, 22, 1884, Aaron
Burt, son ef George and Ann Yaudes,
aged 5 years, 3 months and 3 days.
CHILDERS. In Manzanita precinct.
May 16, J. Monroe, eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Childcrs;aged20 years, 10
months and 15 days.
A. S. Johnson, Pro.
As the demand for fruit trees is so
great in this valley I have started a Nur
sery in this place and will raise nothing
but the finest varieties. This year I will
sell from the Woodburn Nursery as usual
and 'also from the celebrated Alameda
Nursery, Oakland Cal. The following
are some of the leading varieties I will
E. and L. Crawford's
Briggs Red May.
l enow iiergen.
Lemon Clinjf and many more.
IPx-Txnoai Axici. FXuxxxs.
Pettite Prune d'Agen Peach Plum.
Italian Prune Yellow Egg.
Golden Prune Coe's Golden Drop.
Grosse Prune Bradshaw.
fet GUhrino Prune Japan Plum.
Cherries, Nectarine, Apricot, Qiunce,
A pple, French Goosberry, Oregon Cham
pagne Berries, and all kinds ot ornament
al and shade trees.
Toll the children to cat out nd utb the cranio
eOlioaetto pictures as they ftppe&r from Iasuo to
iuua, Xher will be pleased nrlth the collection.
This .space Is owned by
' BIiAUK.W.FiTiTi'8 BUZiIi.
Of conrflfl we mean tho t amons ftnlmil appearing
on the label cf every genuine pack&go of Clack
well'i Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco. Every
dealer keeps this, the lot Smoking Tobacco made.
None genuine without trade-mark of the Bull.
DR. E. C. WEST'S nerve and brain
treatment, a specific for Hysteria,
Dizziness, Convulsions, Nervous Head
ache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory,
Spermatorhoca, Iinpotency, Involuntary
emissions, premature old age, caused by
over-exertion, sclt-abuse or over-indulgence,
which leads to misery, decay and
death. One box will cure recent cases.
Each box contains one month's treatment;
one dollar a box, or six boxes for five dol
lars; sent by mail prepaid on receipt of
price. We guarantee six boxes to cure
any case. AY ith each order received by us
for six boxes, accompanied with five do
lars, we will send the purchaser our writ
ten guarrntce to return the money if the
treatment does not effect a cure. Guaran
tees issued only by
Woodakd, Clause & Co.,
Wholesale an? Retail Druggists, Port
Orders by mail at regular prices.
Xoss of Appetite, Headache, Depres
sion, Iniligrrstion mrl Constipation, Bil
iousness, a Sallow Face, Dull Kycs, and
a Ulotched Skin, are among the symptoms
which indicate that the Liver is crying for
will stimulate the Liver to proper action,
and correct all these troubles. One or more
of these Pills should be taken daily, until
health is fully established. Thousands tes
tify to their great merit.
No family can afford to be without AVER'S
Sold by all Druggists.
ing feeling ot
D wearines;, of
exhaustion vithout effort, which makes Ufa
a burden to so many people, is due to the
fact that ihe blood is poor, and the vitality
consequently feeble. If you are suffering
from such feelings,
is just what yon need, and will do you incal
No other preparation so concentrates and
combines blood-purifying, vitaUxing, enrich
ing, and invigorating qualities as Atee's
Sold by all Druggists ; 1, sU bottles for S&.
AOT DEALKR HI
COFFINS FURNISHED ON THE
shortest notice and cheaper than at any
other establishment in Southern Oregon.
Furniture of all kinds kept on hand or
matfc to ordef
Odd Fellow'. Building Jncksorvillc, Gregac
DEALER AND WORKER IX
TIN.SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD,
A FIR8T-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
POWDER OF EVERT DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps,
WOODEN & WILLOW WARE
Faints Oils, Varnish, Glass
Shot, Brash s, Chains, llosc
I have secured the services of a first
class mechanic, and am prepared to do
all repairing promptly and in superior
In connection with the above I am re
ceiving and have constantly on hand a
full and first-class stock of
det-a00ds, oum b'ots, tobacco
"heady made clothing,
GLASSWARE. CROCKERY, &c.
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
Jacksonville, 3Iarch 0, 1S78.
J0HX MILLER, - Proprietor.
DEA.LER IN ALL. KINDS OF -AGRI-cultural
implements, tools of all
kinds and a general assortment of shell
He also keeps the largest stock ot, and
all the latest improvements in
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
AND A rnXL, ASSORTMENT OF
Powder, Shot, Etc
AND ALL KINDS OP OIL.
Give him a call and examine his stock
before making your purchases.
THE S. F.
UXnER Tlin MANAGEMENT OF
J. R. Little, Prop.
ILL BE KEPT WELL STOCKED
with tho choicest
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Fishing Tackle, &c.
And everything usually found in a firs'
cias3 variety store.
Ily goods ere the best and gurranteed
to be as represented. Prices low, as wo dc
not proprosc to be undersold.
tsgTGive us a call.
J. R. Little.
Havinc chansed my place of business to
Ashl&nd and requiring all the money due
mo in fitting up my new store I hereby
give notice to all those indebted either
by note or book, account to come forward
at once and make settlement I need the
money and must have it
. Ashland, Oregon, Hay 10, I884.
V5 & r " TJ
J. W. JIEIIRITT. Dlt. J. VT. nOBIKSON.
Gin DRUG STORE
MERRITT & ROBINSON
Will keep on hand the largest and most
complete assortment of
PATENT MEOICINKS it CHEMICALS,'
PUKE WINES Jb LIQUORS,
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.;
To be found in Southern Oregon. Alto &
full stock of
PINE CIGARS AND
And a great variety jf Perfumery, com
mon and Toilet Soaps, etc.
2TPrcscriltions carefully prepared by-'
Dn. J, W, KotiiNsos.
Dr. Robinson's office in Drug Store.
Hi f.JSII STORE!!
Has just opened a fine stock of
Quick Sales and Small Profit:
And ho feels assured that all who favor
him with their patronage will be satis
fied with his prices and the quality of hi
goods, lie Keeps
HATS AND CAl'S.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And everything usually found in a flrsU
class General Merchandise Store!
He will givo his customers the benefit
of the reduced freights caused by the ad
vent of the railroad, and will not be under
sold by anybody.
M. A. BRENTANO, JUnagof. ' '
Phoenix, Oregon, Feb. 25, 1884.
Ryan's Building, 3d St,'
JOHN DYER, Prop'r...
This market is now fully prepared to
furnisli the public with the choicest qual-.
PORK, VEAL, MUTTON,'
HAM; SALT BACON &, MEATS.'
Sausage, Lard, Etc;
Tho most fAvornliTiMnflnpflmpnta nffiireri
to patrons, and no effort will bo spared to-'
ward giving general satisfaction. ,
J UI1.N DYEK.
Jacksonville, March, 8 18S1I
HEW SADDLER SHOP,
Thomas J. Kenney, Prop;
HAVING OPENED OUT A NETT
saddler shop In Langcll'8 building,'
opposite Masonic Hall, I am. fully pro-;
pared to do any work in my line ,withj
promptness and dispatch. Will keep' on
liand a good assortment of saddles, bridles,'
harness, bits, spurs, etc. Non0 tut tn"
best California leather used. Job work: a
specialty and prices to suit tho timet.'
tSGivc me a trial.
T. J. KENNEY.
Jacksonville, July 16.1881.
Jacksonville Crescent City
P. McMahon, Proprietor
Stages leave Jacksonville every Monday
"Wednesday and Friday morning at S Av
m. arriving at Waldo in the evening, where
close connection is made nest morning
for Crescent City. When the new wagon
road is finished about January 15th
through tickets to San Francisco will be
sold for $18 by this route.
Express and order business done at re
P. McMAHON. Proprietor
M. Ryder, Propr:
First-class accommodation can always
be had at this house at the most reasona
jSfAn excellent stable connected with
Lime For Sale.
The undersigned have on hand aboutf
500 bushels or superior lime at their Kiln"
on Jackson creek 1J miles" from Jackson-.
vlllc which is offered for sale in quanti
ties to suit at the lowest rates.
C. Decker & Hi Allxsos.
For State Senator,-
I hereby announce myself as an' Inde
pendent candidate for the office of Stato
Senator from Josephine county subject to
the decision.ol the voters of that county
at the election to be held June 2d, 1884.