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Saturday, June 14, 1884.
.DnxTiBTRY. E. L. Townsend, D. D.
S., will lie in Jacksonville Juno 16 lb,
1684, and remain tea days.
Warnisq. Notice is hereby ivon
that I will not bo responsible for any
debts contracted by my wife.
Settle XJp. All knowing thern
ealrci indebted to-the estato of the lato
Madatna Holt are requested to Battle
at onoe, and thosa having claims against
the tamo fill present them at tho office
of the U.S. Hotel.
Attentios Every Farmer. Be
fore ordering niowors, headers, rakes,
harvesters and other heavy machinery
call on Bilger & Msegly and see what
they will do for you. Thoy aro per
manently located and will guarantee
No New Trial. The Supreme Court
has affirmed tho decibion of the Cir
cuit Court in the case ot John Justus,
convicted on the cliargo of murdering
his father and sentenced to imprison
raent for life, and his last hope is liow
Ejccursiok Rotks. E. P. Rodgcrs,
general passenger agent 0. it C. It. II.,
tends word that parties wishing to at
tend the 4th of July celebration at
Portland can purchase tickets from
Ashland, Phoenix, Mcdford, Gold
Hill, Woodvillo and Grant's Pass to
Portland, and return, for 512, tickets
good from July 2d to July 7th, inclu-
Pioneer Meeting. A meeting of
this society was held at Ashland last
Thursday wnen the following officers
were elected: President, Tbeo. Cam
eron; Vice Presidents, B. F. Myer
and Wm. liahler; Secretary, S. J. Day;
Treanurer, J H. Ilufior. The next
ro-union of the society will bo held in
Jacksonville on Thursday, September
Bail Forfeited. J. E. Gcddis who
was indicted by the last grand jury for
horse steuliug, and afterwards gave
bonds in the sum of $400 for his ap
pearancc at this term of court, ukipp
cd out this week and did not answer
wIshu his case was called. A letter
received him from by tho court says that
heiRout hunting witnesses and would
return when he found them, but his
bail was declared forfeited neverthe
less. Religious Items Rev. F. X.
Blanchet will hold regular bervices at
the Catholic church in this place. . . .
Elder Al. Peterson preaches at Lone
Oak school house Sunday, both morn
ing and evening. . . . Rev. I). J. Sharp
holds services at the II. E. church in
this place next Sunday, both morning
and evening. . . . Rev. R. C. Oglesby
will preach at McClendon's school
bouse in Sam's "Valley Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock Rev. M. A.
"Williams preaches at Eaglo Point Sun
New Proprietor. TJieU. S. Hotel
in Jacksonville! changed hands this
week, Geo. W. Holt celling all I.fe
right, title and interest in the same to
Jean and Etcil DeRoboam, who took
charge this week. Several improve
ments liavo already been made and
numerous mote aro promised and the
uroprietors say it will hereafter be run
in first class style. There is plenty
chance for improrcaont and we hope
to tea tho promise: of tho nsw owners
flly carried out and. wish thom the
best succocs possible.
Got tiie Contract. L. S. P. 7tlarsh
was the successful bidder for tho con
struction of tho new Court House at
Crescent City, ngreeing to complcto
the building according lo specifications
forS12,000. Tho building is to be of
frame and the foundation of rock and
brick. Messrs. Byars it Guerrin havo
taken a sub-contract for the tho stone
and brie work and will commence at
once. Mr. Marsh started for Crtsccnt
City Iaht Thursday to arrange other
preliminaries and sub-contract some of
the other work to be done.
Grand Joey. Tho following gen
Uemen compose the grand jury for the
June term of Circuit Court. David
Peuniuger, foreman, Jesse Adams, F.
M. Ferguson, Horace Pel ton, M. W.
Whaeler, Thos. Curry, H. Stanclift.
Since their sessions began thoy have
brought in four indictments as follow s:
Against James Hurd for'burelary; G.
N. Yocum, for assault with intent to
kill; Jacob Worlcw, assault with a
dangerous weapon; John Goldsby,
mayhem. Tho jury is still in session
and has numerous charges to examine
into before they can adjourn. No bill
hasyctbeon found against the stage
robbers as all the witnesses hare not
yet boon found.
Our Natal Day. Our advertising
columns will show the programme for
tho celebration of the Fourth in Jack
sonville and no pains will be spared to
make it tho grandest for many a year.
The fire engino company havo taken
the matter in hand and the citizens
have subscribed a very liberal sura for
expenses so all who come need have no
fear but what it will be a success.
Ths oration will be delivered by Prof.
J. W. Merritt, the Declaration of In
depence will be read by Frank Pressley
and the Jacksonville silver cornet band
will furnish music for the occasion. A
grand procession with triumphal car,
free dinner and numerous afternoon
sports will be features of the occasion,
all to wind up with fireworks in the
evening and a grand ball at Holt's
hall. Everybody is invited and a
Bpecial effort will be made by the man
agers to make it agreeable for all so
that eafh may havo a jolly good time.
M. Colwell is still quito low.
Ice cream and soda water at Mrs.
The Rogue River diatillory will
shut down in a few days.
Mrs. Geo. L. Chase and Mrs. R. O.
DeWitt are here on a visit.
The residence of M. Mensor is being
troatcd to a new coat of paint.
Tho glorious Fourth will be cele
brated in different parts of tha coanty.
Mr. F. Boschey will accept our
thanks for a backet of Sao cherries.
Barrach Fisher is la constant ra
ceipt of now goods at his start tt Mcd
ford. Our doctors are idle now and com
plain of tho healthfulucss of our cli
mate. John D. Coughlin, a former resident
of Jack&onville, returned this week on
C. C. Bcekman, accompanied by his
wife and daughter, are expected home
Immense preparations are being
made for the Fourth of July barbacuo
E. W. Hammond of 'Woodvillo is
serving his country as juryman this
term of Court.
Aincien's Cough Syrup never fails
to cure'if used in time and according
D. V. Crosby is now in charge of
High i Taylor's saloon aud bowling
alley in Ashland.
M. Van Winkle and Hank Grigs
by of Grants Pass wero in town sev
eral days this week.
Tho Misses Fiock and Slaglo of
Yreka are here on a visit and are tho
guests of II. v. Helms.
W. J. Plyumle's residence is now
ornamented withaneat new fence which
looks fine, to sny the least.
Tho prepent county court meets in
special session July 1st for the last
tima to wind up their affairs.
The express corner presents a better
appearance now m nee Carter fc Schuhz
havo painted aud varnished tho out
did?. George N. Bolt of Applegalo is now
a student at tho Portland Business
Collfga of which A. P. Armstrong is
Wo acknowledgo receipt of cards
from Win. L Bilger and wife. They
will make thsir home in Portland for
Mr. aud Mrs. F. A. Bancroft, Mr.
and Mrb. A. H. Breyinun aud Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Knott are hero on a visit
George Chaso is driving Ah. Gidd
ings' string of stock from Ashland to
Yreka while tho latter is attending
Court horo as a witness.
Gcnl. Thos. G. Reames of this plnco
and Chas. Hughes of Kcrbyvillo are
attendins tho grand lodge of Masoni
in session at Portland this wsofc.
Gccrge Eng'c tho popular ogcut for
W. F. k Co. and tho O. & C. Stage Co
at Ashland was in tovrn this week us
witness against the etago robbcra.
W. G. Kenney returned from Port
land this week where he purchased a
stock of liquors and clears for the sa
loon of Kenney it Woltera at Med
ford. Judge C. B. Bellinger of Portland
arrived yesterday as en attorney for
the railroad coupany in cai that tro
to came before tho present term of
The next legislature will stand: Sen
ate Republicans, 1G; Democrats, 14;
house Republicans, 35; Democrats,
25; Republican majority on joint bal
Travel is increasing and a largo
number of tourists may bo looked for
this Summer. Every endeavor should
be made to make it agreeable for those
C. C. Griffith, charged with horse
steeling, was discharged this week by
Justice Huffer, the ovidence failing to
disclose any attempt on part of defend
ant to commit a theft.
Willie Youne returned to Now Ta-
coma this week after a short etav.
His father's condition is somewhat im
proved but he is not vet convalescent.
being still confined to his room.
Alarms lot of groceries and'provis
ions belonging to tho railroad comnanv
and in charge of A. S. Whiting were
sold at public auction at Phoenix 'yes
terday by Oscar lvilbourn auctioneer.
Henry Manser will commence driv
ing four in hand on the Mcdford route
after Sunday next tho travel having ir.
creased so of late that two horses are
unable to haul tho loads. Travel has
more than doubled since overland
stages quit running through here.
San Francisco, June 9. Laurina
Augustina, a 12-year-old daughter of
a farmer of Contra Costa county, gave
birth to a boy baby weighing only one
and a quarter pounds. It measured
five and a half inches in length.
R. S. Dunlap, sexton of the Jack
sonville cemetery arrived here Friday.
Ho will tako up tha remains of J. W.
Topping and R. TJ. Wrisley, who ware
buried here several years ago, and re
move them to Jacksonville cemttcry.
Tho Mcdford livery sfable is now
owned entire by Wm. Egan, Pat Mc
Jlauon having sold his interest in the
same. Mr. Egan understands the
business and is always prepared to
furtish first-class livery out-fits on
short notice end low prices.
Ciders have been reolived from
Washington to build new cavalry
quarters, new officer's quarters and a
new cook house and bakery at
Fort Klamath and Mr. L. S. P.
Marsh of Ashland has been awarded
tho contract for putting them up.
Residents of Kerbyville and vicini
ty can have the opportunity of tripp
ing tho light fantastic at Ilvder's hotel
on the ovening of the Fourth of July.
Mr. and Mrs. Ryder know how to get
up and conduct a ball in style and
everybody should attend and havo a
Tho Democratic papers call Logan,
Black Jack, and try to make oat that
ho it of African stock, because of a
dark complexion. His nncostry is tho
same as Gen. Jackson's and he was
born on American soil about the sane
length of time after his parents camo
to Ameiica from the Ould Sod.
Sheriff Ryder of Josephino county
was in town one day last week having
come to Applegate on official business
and then concluded to drop in hero to
visit old-time friends. Miko says ho
thinks lie is the most popular man in
Josephino county, and judging from
his majority at tho last election we
think so to.
A private letter received from John
M. Stinson a former Jacksonville boy
who learned the printer's trado in this
office, st5tei that ho is now tho foro
man of tho Saturday "News," publish
ed at Honolulu Sandwich Island. IIo
states that good wages aro paid printers
in that section and that he is doing
well, which wo aro glad to hear.
If our cotemporary lafers to section
86G of the laws of Oregon ha will -find
why Judge Webster "assumed the pre
rogative of appointing bailiffs of hi
own kolection." How ho could do oth
erwise is more than wo can see, bo
sides the fact that bailiffs appointed by
other parties havo not always given
satisfaction to either court or othor
The vote of the first judicial district
for Judge Thaycrs and Webster, and
the veiy handsome vote received by H.
Kelley "of tho famous Kelly-Ruble
suit" who was a candidate for County
Judge on the Republican ticket, got
ting defeated. by only 31 vctes when the
eoun'y gave 370 Democratic majority,
could hadly be called an endorsement
of certain decisions that hove boon
rendered by the higher authority.
Mr. Ashloy Bancroft, collector of
stsuintics and material for Hubert
Howo Bancrofts historical works of
the Pacific Coist, is stopping in our
town for a few days. Before working
up this section however ho will go
south to Josephine, Curry and Del
Norte counties returning in a few
weeks. Wo hope our citizens 7ill ox
tend to- him every cocrtesy, as the
wore ho represents will bo exceedingly
interesting and important and will be
one of tho most notablo in cur litera
Wo heard a protninont physician
say a few days ago that he thought it
was the duty of tho proprietor cf Acj
mei.'s Cough Syrup to tpve tho for
mula to the medical faculty, so thpy
could prescribe and uso it without vio
lating the rules of the profession, for,
said he, "many of my patients praise
it to tho 8kie?,&nd cases havo couio
unlsr my observation where it ha
1 eon remarkably beneficial, that I know
it must indeed be a wonderful dis
covery in medieal science." This
medicine is for ealo by respcctabla
druggists aud dealers in cedicinj
Circuit Court Proceedings.
Tha rsgular June tarts of Circuit
Court commenced at tho Court Houso
last Monday Judgo L. R. Webster
presiding and all of the other officers
of the court pressut. The proceedings
up to this time are as follows:
It was ordered by tho court that S.
11. Taylor bo appointed bailiff of the
grand jury and Chas. Prim bailiff of
the petit jarv.
Newman Fisher vs. II. P. Deskins;
to recover money. Judgment for
plaintiff for S427 and C03ta.
Henry Smith vs. J. W. Burch and
W. A. J. Gupton; to recover money.
Judgment for plaintiff for $217 13 and
P. Wassprman vs. Fred. Grob; to
recover money. Judgment for 204
W. S. Gray, ot al., vs. Ezra Thomas;
to recover money. Leave granted to
State vs. J. E. Gcddis; indictment
for larceny. Defendant fails Jto ap
pear and ball ordered forfeited.
J. Bolt, administrator of the estate
of S. Draper, deceased, vs. O. Wear; to
recover money. Judgment for 8737.- J
o ana costs.
Wm. Sargent, administrator of the
estate of S. Harris, deceased, vs. J. H.
Mayfield; to recover money. Plain
tiffs motion for change of venue over
ruled. Fleckenstcin & Mayer vs. J. B.
Gross, ot al.; action for monoy. Taken
Fisher Bros.vs. Wm. Sutherland et
al.; forecloseure of Mortgage. Decree
Sallie Ish, administrator, vs. A. J.
Walls; et al.; foreclosure. Dismissed.
Stato vs. Jas. Hurd; indictment
for burglary. Trial by a jury who re
turned a verdict of not guilty.
A. W. Sturgis vs. M. E. Sturgia; di
Wm. Sayer vs. J. H. Mayfield; 'to
recover money. Judgment for 528.
25 and costs.
Ella M. Roberts vs. W. H. Roberts;
divorce. Default entered against de
fendant. Abigail Baker vs. Bonj. Baker; di
G. 0. Cheney vs. Martha Cheney;
State vs. Jacob Worlow, assault
with a dangorous weapon, verdict not
Is a prolific so'HBsery and
many ills, givingxleadacbe,
Dullness, FerersEness, Rest
lessness, BiliousncsKestion, Pois
oning of Blood, Hlhe bitter,
nauseous Liver tneK, pills, salts
and draughts formBed to relieve
tho sufferer, only Hato the disease
and sicken tho itcB All who are
afflicted in that wdBow the impor
tance of tho remcWleasant to tho
palate, harmless iu iBature, and truly
beneficial in its (Ssn. Tho trial
bottles of Syrup ofTjgs givnn away
freo of charge by fir enterprising
druggists Merritt it Kobinsoa of Jack
sonville prove that till that can bo
desired. Largo bottlt'it fifty cents
or ens dollar. -
Clodne Omt"t CetU
Our entire stock ",of general merch
andise, in whole or infpart, ia now for
salo at cost with a viewof a change
in business. All indebted to us aro
notified to call aud settle without de
lay. .sTReames Bros.
Jacksonville, Jan;. 5, 1884.
Tho members of:the dinner com
mittee appointed for tbTb Fourth of July
celebration aro reqid.to meet and
make the necessary ftrpgements next
Wednesday afternoon ..at tho city hall.
CATARRn CURED, health and
sweet breath secured by Shilohs Ca
tarrh Remedy. Prico 50 cents Nasal
Injector free. At .Brooks'.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dys.
pppsia and Liver Complaint! Shiloh's
Vitalizer h guaranteed to euro you.
E. C. Brooks, agent?
THAT HACKING CGUGn can
be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Curo.
Wo guarantee it. For sole at E. C.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS; made mis
erable by that terrible couch. Shiloh's
Cure is the remedy for you. Brooks
keeps it. ,
For lamo back side or chest use
Shiloh's Porous Piaster. Prieo 25
cants. Brooks keeps it.
SHTLOHS COUGH and Consump
tion euro is sold by us on a gunrnntto
It cures cousumption. Call at Brooks
CROUP WnOOPING COUGH
and Bronchitis immediately rolievcd
by Shilohs cure. E. C. Biooks kcops
SHILOH'S YITALIZEP. is what
you need for Constipation, Loss of
Appetite Dizziness and all symptoms
of Dyspepsia. Prico 10 and 75 cents
per bottle. Brooks can furnish it.
Re.l Bapcosi At S.isramento Cal.,
May 20tU, 18Si, John II. Real and Laura
HANNxn In Tsiblo Rockjprecinct, Juno
5th, 1883, to Mr. and'HrJ. CVlIiinaah,
a son. - ir.V
Miller On Aritelopo-cicck, Vay SOth,
1831, to Mr. and Mrs? 'P. C Miller, a
Jack At Sucrsimer.to, Cr.l, May SO, 1884,
Dr. P. Jack, aged 67jycarsaua " months.
Having changed my place of business to
Ashland and inquiring all the moncydue
ine in filling up my new stoic I heieby
give notice to a 11 "those indebted either
by note or book account to come forward
at once and make scltlcment. I need the
money end must Iiavu it. '"
HENRST JUDGE, -j
Ashland, Oregon, May 10. 1834.
The undcrsl&ncd will pay $100 reward
lor the arrest and conviction of the party
who stole a rooster from his place on
Iticli Gu!ch on the night of June 2d. The
money is on deposit and will be paid
willingly. EJtIL UAltBEE.
Jacksonville June S, 1881.
A SURE CURE GUARANTEED.
. E. C. WEST'S nerve and brain
treatment, a specific for Hysteria,
Dizziness, Convulsions, .Nervous Head
ache, 2Icntal T)cpressiou, Loss of Memory,
Spensatorhoca, Impotcncy, Involuntary
cmiasions, premature old age, caused by
ovcr-escition, stlt-abuse or over-indulg-ence,
which leads to misery, decay and
death. One box will curo recent cases.
Each box contains one month's tieatment;
ono dollar a box, or six: boxes for five dol
lars; sent by mail prepaid on receipt of
price. We cuaranjec sixboxes to cure
any case. With each order, received by us
for six boxes, acctnnpaniwl jvith five dol
lars, we w ill st-ml thSf purchaser our writ
ten guarrmes to rcturnSthe'; money if the
iruuutrm uucs jjub uucci s. cure, uuarun
tees issued onlv by 't'"s -
WOODAKD. ClAr.KE & Co.,
Wholesale am? Retail Druggists, Port
Ordci-a by mail at regular prices.
WM. ANGLE jProprietor.
The undersigned takcsjjpleasuro in an
nouncing that he hastened his place of
business in tho new lbwnJof;Mcdford, Or
egon, apdis now preparedgto furnish, in
quantilicslo suit, W
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
DRY GOODSCLOTHING, Etc.
My stock is fresh andlfirst-class, and I
propose to keep a full assortment of every
thing in my line and sellnt
PRICES LOWErtHAN EVER
All I ask is a trial. ,
ESrnighcst price paid for Produce.
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MEW'S AMD BOY'S CliOTHIKG,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, CROCKERY, GLASS-
California streot, Jacksonville, Oregon.
XSO DEALKR Et
COFFINS FURNISIIED ON THE
shortest notice and cheaper than at any
other establishment in Southern Oregon.
Furniture of all kinds kept on hand ot
made to order
rfa week in your own town. Terms
tpUUand $3 outfit free. Addrcs. H.
Uatxltt & Co.. Portlond Muico.
June 2, 1884
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L. R. Web3ter.
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E. L. Applegato.
T. F. Beall.
J. R. JSeil.
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John E. Ross.
W. C. Daloy.
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C. H. Pickens-' '.
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Jacksonville Crescent Cit
P. McMalion, Propriotoj
Stages leave Jacksonville every Monday
Wednesday and Friday mornings at S a
m. arriving at Waldo in the evening, where
close connection is made next morning
for Crescent City. When the new wagon
road is finished about January loth
through tickets to San Francisco will be
sold for ?18 by this route.
Express and ordor business done at re
P. McMAIION. Proprietor
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
undersigned by note or book account,
arc requested to dll and settle without
delay. G KAHEWSKI.
Jacksonville, Sept. 22, 18SS.
Odd Frliow's Building JeekiosTllIi, Orcgia
DEAL.ER AND TTORKER N
TIN.SHEET IROX, COPPER, LEAD,
A FIRST-0LA8S STOCK 0? BT0TB3
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps,
WOODEN & WILLOV WARE
Paints Oils, Varnish, Glass
Shot, Ernshs, Clinias. Stose
I haro secured the services of flrst
class meclnnic, and am prepared to- dn
all repairing promptly and in suporlor
- In connection with the nboro I am ro
ccivinsraud have constantly on hand a
full and flrstclass stock of
DUY-aoODS, OUU B.'0T3, TOBACCO'
RKAUV MADE cr.OTni.Nd,
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, to.
Everything sold at reasonable ratos.
Jacksonville, March 9, 1878.
J0U5fH!LLE2, - Proprietor.
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF AGRI
cultuial implements, tools of all
kinds and a general assortment of slioLt
Hq also keeps the largest stack of, tad1
all the latest improvements In
G-UNS AND PISTOLS,
AUTO A FTTH, ASSOETMEXT OP
Powder, Shot, Etc
AND ALL KINDS OP OIL.
Give him a call and cxamino his stock
before making your purchases.
THE S. P.
U5DER TIIE JI.UUOEMT Off
J. R. Little, Prop,
WILL BE KEPT WELL STOCKED
with tho choicest
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Fishing Tacklo, &c.
And everything usually found in a flrrt
class variety store.
My goods arc tho best and gurrantccd
to be as represented. Prices low, as we do
not proprose to be undersold.
CJpGive us a call.
J. R. Little.
M. Ryder, Propr.
First-class accommodation can always
be had at this house at the most reasona
U27An excellent stable connected with,