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Saturday, Januaky 24, 1885.
Hides Wasted. The undrigut.u
will pay the highest cash price for bear
kini and all other kinds ef fart, deer
scins, etc Call aronnd Vie fore selling.
Tnos. J. Kesket.
Bound Over. B Simpson was ar
rested this week oa a charge of threat
aint; the life of James Cook and after
a examisatian before Juttire Fou
dray that official bound the d fendant
orer in the ih of $250, which waa
.fcrnuketl and defeadant releaied.
Got Married. Last Wednesday
afteraeoa at three o'clock L. L. Saragi,
now a deiident ef Red B'uff, Cat., and
Mitt Lillie Ulrich of this place were
joined in the heir bends ef wedlock at
the retidence ef the bride's mother
Tier. A. R. Bickenbach officiating.
The wtddieg wat a qniet one only the
relatives if the family being present.
In the evening before startiag on their
journey for Bed BluQ their future
home they were serenaded by the
Jacksonville Surer Qarnet Bind when
rainy ef the friends of both parties
called and extended congratulations.
Their many friends here with them
much joy and prosperity in their new
relation which we join with a good
LOOK After III Ell. There are
several bevs who are not attending
school, who should be looked after at
ace by somebody. The meet chari
table contraction to be placed ou
their coatinatd absence from school is,
that their parents are not aware of it,
for it does not item poinible that auv-
oae could be se unmindful of their cMl
dreat interests as to allow them to con
tinae in a course, that mutt inevitably
ond ia their own rain, and the nlti-
cnate shamo and humiliation of tbeir
parents. Parents should be notified at
once af the course their children am
taking, and if they refuse to act in the
matter, it woald stem te us to be the
d sty of th. proper authorities to pre
vent these truants from hanging
around the school groinds and entic
ing smaller beys to ditobty the rales
of the school as they have been doing
recent)). In the interest of those an
fortunate children who an loaing the
opportunity ef attending our excellent
echeol, as well as thote eqnally mi
fortanate, who are liable to be infect
ed by their disobedience and intubur
dinatioa. We hope they will be lock
ed after at once.
ioUKD at Last. For a week past
about one fourth of the population af
Jacksonville has been hunting the ar
tesiaa well sunk tome thirteen years
since by S. Fly in ale but it was net
end natil yesterday. A reward of
$10 was offered to the finder and this
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causes tke wort wnen inn Liu;;
was the lucky nan to find the hole.
Everybody knew just exactly whtre it
was and the result was, that the whole
street was dut; up before the "CH
found. While dging the well some
rich quartz was struck showing a good
proipeet as far as tbey went and the
contractor quit the work on account of
tke hardness ef the reek after reach
tag a depth of over 40 fett. Nothing
was done there in the minine line at
that time but aeouple of weeks since a
company was organized to prospect it
and since the locality has been fouud
they propose sinking a shaft at once
and before they quit they will know
what there is in it. The excitement
grow so intense this week that several
parties thought it would be a good
joke to "jump their claim," which they
did by posting a notice claiming all
the quartz mints in that sec ion f
country, but explanations followed and
thaoriginaleouipany will goon with the
work. It wonld stand to icason that
there was a quartz ledge in that sec
tion and we hops the oiigiuators of
this enterpnte will now carry it
through a thorough test and we alio
with them the best ef success. The
start will bt made at the well in the
Btrost between the Sebumpf and Dogau
residences and the town authorities
have givea the company authoiity to
dig a shaft there.
Religious Iteus. Rev. A. M.
Rusaell of Ashland will hold services
at Medford Saturday and Sunday. .. .
The following are II. C. Fleming's
appointments for the ensuing year:
At Eagle Point on the Rrcoud SuuJay
in each month; at the Mound school
hou.ce.cn tho. third Sunday, and at the
iOne Oak school house on the fourth
Sunday ... . Elder S. E. S'.earsa preach
es at the Antioch school house Sunday
morning; also the evening before ....
Begular serrices will be held at the
Catholic Church, in this place, Rev.
x F. X. Blanchot officiating... .Rev. E.
Gittins will attend the regular quarter
ly meeting of the M. E. Cnurch at
Ashland Saturday and Sunday....
.Rev. P. A. Motes of Linn county has
arrived and will take charge of this
circuit during the remainder of the
coaferonoo year. . . .Rev. J. W. Shrevo
will preach at Williams creek next
Sunday at 11 a, m. On the following
Sabbath he will preach at Jerome
Prairie at 11 a. m. and at Centennial
'school house at 3 p. m....The aecond
quarterly conference for Jacksonville
circuit, M. E. Church, South, will be
held ia Jacksonville on Saturday and
Sunday, the 14th and 15th of Febrn
ary. Ber. E. G. Hichael, P. E., will
be in attendance. ...The services held
at the Presbyterian Chnrch will be
centiaaed during the coming wort, te
be conducted mainly by Rev. J. Y.
Jfilligaa ef Ashland. The regular
nrvises will be held oa Sabbath morn
ing and eveaing. It is expected that
Rer. M. A. Williams will be present
te coadust the services. In ease of his
absence they will be conducted by A.
R, Bickenbach, whoso subjects will be:
ilorniag service, "What we preach;"
evening service, "Abe Ltgata and
sows of a Chrutua Life."
Local Items- -
Miners want mere rain.
County Ceurt meets next week.
Pleasant Spring weather this week.
B. F. Dowell has gone to Portland.
Masquerade on the 13th of next
Chas. Ketras is shipping poultry to
James D. Fay, Jr., is with us again
on a visit.
Another wedding is announced for
The Medferd "Joarnar will, ap
pear next week.
The fine weather has started the
Spring run of drutcraers.
II. v. Helms gets fresh Eastern oys
ters every week. Try a can.
The Band scrnaded Mrs. J. R, Neil
last Tuesday evening on her birthday.
J. W. 0. Gregory, now a resident
of Ashland, paid us a visit yesterday.
E. Jacobs leaves fer Can Frenciseo
on Je sight's stage to begone several
Mrs. D. Lavenburg, the affable
hosteES of the Phoenix hotel, was in
town this w cek.
The personal property belonging to
the estate of Madame Hilt will be sold
at auction to-day.
Mr. Schwatka ef Salem, mother of
tbt Arctic explorer, dioJ at the capital
city on the 27th inst.
Read N. Fi.htr'sncw advertisement
this week and be governedjaccordingly.
He will do all he says.
Newell Hall will pay the highest cash
price for two thousand pounds deer hides
delivered at the U. S. Hotel.
THAT HACKING COUGH can bo
so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guaiaultc it. Cull at Biooks'.
Just sixteen years ago the interest
eu the national debt was 143,000,000
a year. It is now 58,000,000.
E. C. Broeks has returned te Jack
sonville and T. K. Bolton is now in
charge of the drug store at AshUnd.
Tho February term of Circuit Court
commences one week front next Mon
day. A lively docket is promisod
Besides all kinds of the very best
meats John Orth also has fish for sale,
in quantities to suit, soreral days each
The abduction case in which Wm.
Macklin figured as defendant has been
amicably bottled by the marriajje of
Candidates for town offices should
make their wants known through the
jress ns the elrction is very little over
ono month distant.
A large lot of the famous Mormon
plows were rvevired by K Kubli this
week which he is selling at reduced
prices. Call and examinu.
Al Rturgis is doing well on his min
ing claim on Applegato. Ha reports
plenty water and more than fair pros
ppcts. Wo hops to see him do woll.
Repairs have been mads to Beek
man's banking office by re plastering
the cracks near tho vault, cauer-d by
the sinking of one end of the building.
Don't fail to attend the W. C. TJ. T
entertainment next Thunday night.
It is given for tke benefit of a public
library and ehould be liberally patron
You havent forgot the Masquerade
ball to be held here en the 13ih of
next month. Four prizes will be
ofiVred for the best sustained char
acters, Dr. Carrer, the celebrated rifli shot,
recently performed the unparalleled
feat of breaking 60,000 glass balls in
six days. Out of G4,881 shot he
made G0,01G hits.
Several citizens complain that their
ohicken roosts have of late been vUited
by nocturnal lovers of poultry. Load
up your shotguns and remember that
eternal vigilance is the price ef chicken
Medford is still improving and wo
noticed at least file new buildings that
were in course of construction this
week. It is now a townof some pre
tentions and can put on city airs when
ever it wautt to.
Ttie roll of the Honse of Represen
tatives for tho Forty-n:nth Congress
shows 182 Democrats, 140 Republicans
1 Greenback Democrat and 1 Green
back Republican. There is a vacancy
in the Nineteenth Pennsylvania dis
trict. Tho plastering of Kubli'a brick was
finished by Messrs. Gcerin and Hug
gins this week and the shelving is
ready to be put in place. Both Kubli
and Mirritt expect te mira into their
new places of business in a couple of
There are at present from 60 to 100
men at theNew River mines inTrinity
county, principally engaged in getting
out timbers and erecting buildings.
Provisions are scarce, and it is doubt
ful if there is enough on hand to last
W. T. Moore is now tplegraph ope
ator hero and as he has attended to
the business of that office almost en
tirely for a year past he will no doubt
succeed as well as manager. The
office can still be foand at the old
place in the Sextixel office.
The home of Bro. W. H. Leeds of
the Ashland "Tidings" has been made
happy by the admit of a baby daagh
tor. We congratulate and earneotly
wish that the little one may lire long
to emulate the txamplo and perpttu
ate the virtets ef eur esteemed catena
and his excellent wife.
Another race for $150 a side is
announced to take place at Dtskins'
on St. Valentine's day it being a match
between Tho. Miles' "Dollio C" and
Wm. Penniesr'l "Mete." Those who
know the horses say that the twe nags
are about evenly matched and an ia
teresting racers, promised.
Simon CaroV beaming countenance
lit up our sanctum one day this week
in fact he kept it lit up for several
days. Simon savs he is a Republican
still and if the Democrats could stand
it tweaty four years in the minority
he surely can hold out till the next
Miss Annie Dowell has returned
from Portland whre she has been at
tending school at St. Helens Hall.
She has been conif.lld to discontinue
her studies for th present in coats
quence of having affected her eyesight
by too c!oe application. Her many
friends will bo pleased te welcome her
A meting of the Enterprise Mining
Co. will be held this afterneen for the
transaction of important business.
This is the company organized to work
the quartz mine ia the upper end of
town and apparently they mean lusi
nets. Bids are asked for digging a
shaft and tunnels and thb contract
will be awarded to the lowest bidder
on Monday next "
Our Air. Savage, "Ladd," left on
his long contemplated trip to Jack
ssnrille, Oregon, on the 4:30 train this
afternoon. He will be gone until a
wek from the coming Sunday, and on
his return will be accompanied by Mrs.
Savage. Wo can assure-bira and Mrs.
Savage, that is to be, a most cordial
welcome frcm the good people ef Red
Bluff. "Democi at."
Our loleni advises the Democratic
members of the legislature to stand iu
for a "Mugwump" if they can't elect
ene of their own political faith. We
can stand that all right, Charles, but
after giving snch a decided opinion on
a public question we are really afraid
that it may injure jeu with the incom
ing administration aud probably lose a
subscriber. We hope, however, that
yon may escape any such calamity.
Lotta Crabtree. or '"Little Lotta," as she
is familiarly known, is worth over half a
million aaa is now a theatrical star in
England . She began her career on the
stage when a small red-headed girl, at the
Arcade saloon in Yrcka kept by W. S. R.
Taylor, where the Red Wen's Hall ha
bcen built since. This was 1835-7, when
Taylor opened the first "bit" saloon in
town says the Yrcka Journal A. benefit
for Lotta and her lather and mother was
subsequently given in Crescent City, at
which the play of ,Toodlos'Vas present
ed, Lotta Dlaymg the part of Mrs.Toodlcs
Mr. McGinnia will soon commence
the publication of a paper at Medford.
We do not aree with the "Times" in
the certainty of its preving a failure.
Mr. McGinnis is a gentleman of ability
and we think is eminent!) qualified,
makfl a success ef his new enterprise
and we think the Msdferd peeple nn
derstand themielves in starting a paper
and we have no doubt it will succeed.
Simply becauta some ill natured sad
srlli.sh person hope to eo it fail is not
going to kill it. Success to the new
The "Times" says that Jackson
county is not represented at the great
Natinntl Exposition now open at
New Orleans. Gnl. John E. Re of
this valley was appointed Commission
er for thix end of the Slate and we
know that ha mdr as much effort a:
any one and all at his own expense
to get orerything that would tend to
ahow the advantages and resources of
this State, and he succeeded in getting
all that was potribl'!. While acknowl
edging that the General was a Butler
Elector (but only one spoon was sent,
and that wasn't worth stealing) we will
claim, that with very few exceptions,
Jackson county is better represented
than many othrrsin theState. It might
have tieen much better but it was not
the fault of our Coinuiisiioner.
Brother Btll who wa for many
years a resident of this valley, has as
sumed editorial control of the Rove
burg "Independent," and changed the
name to the Rosebarg "Reviewr" We
extend a band to Brother Bell and
hope he will bring his splendid talents
to bear in his new avocation feeling
assured that the newspiper fraternity
are welcoming in him a gerd addition
te the broaK field of journalism. He
says in his salutatory that he will be
governed by the Jefforscnian princi
pies of Democracy. The Jeffersonian
principles, Shared down through th
corrupting influence s of modern Demo
cracy will bo a questionable guide for
a man of Brother Bell's high standard
of integrity, and wn "confidently hepe
that he will soon discard the incempatu
bility of his position and take refuge
in the grand old Republican party the
pol'tical asylum of all honest mon.
Our School. The Jacksonville
public school is in a meit excellent
condition, and $U now conceded that
the school hat lost nothing by tha
change in the excellent management
heretofore, in the past year, but is
fully up to the high standard it has
maintained for the past ten years.
Prof. Watt and efficient corps of as
sistants are indefatigable in their rn
desvor to secure the prompt attendance
of pupils and to interest them in their
studies by every possible means. Mr.
Prieit in the gramn-ar department is
succeeding admirably, and is proving
hirarelf to b an educator of acknowl
edged merit and ability. Tho inter
mediate and primary drpartmentes un
der the efficient and capable direction
ef Miites Dorria and Newbury are
csrtainly in excellent hands. The
patrons of tho school have reason to
congratulate themselves on the exeel
leace of the school to which they are ia
a rt measure indebted ta tha wie
and jadicious action ef the board of
directors who hare spared no pains to
secarc teachers eminently qualified for
their respective poiitient.
Fruit Growers Meeting.
HELD AT GOLD HILL, JAX. 22, 1885.
According to previous ntise .the
representatives of the fruit growers of
Southern Oregon assembled at Wm.
Fitzgeralds store for tho purpf-s ef
ef permanent organization.
The meeting was called te order by
B. F. Miller who was elected (pro tem
pore.) On motion J. H. Griffin was
called upon to act ai temporary sccre
tary. The chair then appointed
Messrs. H. W. Shipley, G. F. Pen'ne
baker and Thomas Haymond s a.com
mittee on organization; the committee
thon withdrew. During whieh time
W. M. Colvig delivered an interesting
speech on the future possibilities of the
fruit growing industry of Southern
Oregon. At the close of his remarks
the committee on organization pre
vented their report and offered the fol
lowing Constitution and By Laws
which were passed upon ene section at
a time and adopted.
Sec. 1 This association tka.ib call
ed the Fruit Growers Association of
Southern Oregon. "
Sec. 2 The object of this association
shall be to unite the Fjuit Growers of
Sauthern Oregon in promoting the best
interests of the Society. For the pur
pose of as intetchange tf ideas an to
the hast manner of improving the dif
ferent varieties of fruit, and the best
modes of putting the same on the mar
ket; aud the adoption of such mesne
and measures as this bedy in its wis
dom may think proper for the interest
ef those herein represented.
Sec. 3 The officers of this associa
tion shall consist of a President, two
Yiee Presidents, a Secretary and Treas
urer. Sec. 4 Tho officers of this associa
tion stall be elected by ballet, and to
serve for one yrar and until their suc
cessors am elected and qualified.
Sec. 5 Any pereoc who is engaged
in agricultural pursuits, may become
a member of this bedy by signing the
Constitution and By Laws, and paying
into the treasury the sum of fifty cents.
Sec. 6 This Constitution or By Laws
may be altered er amended by a vote
of two thirds of the members present,
at any regular meeting.
Sec 1 This association shall hold
its regular meetings en tho feurth Sat
urday in every month.
Sec 2 It shall bo the daty of the
President to preside at all regular and
special meetings. To keep order dur
ing the hours of session and to draw
all warrants en the Treasurer for any
sun voted by a majority of the mem
bers present at any meeting regular or
Sec 3 Tho President shall have
power te appoint any parson to fill va-
tjci6-lfinil th-dtfyrSnTlirTH'afsi-f thogaod tense
Sec. 4 It shall be the daty ef the
Yice President to preside at any meet
ings in the absence of the President
anu to discharge all duties of said
Sec. 5 It thall be the duty of the
Sesretary to keep a fair record of all
the proceedings of the association to
record tbn sine in a book kept for the
purpose and lo countersign all war
rants drawn oh tho Treasurer by the
President. To receive and keep an
account of all money voted and col
lected by the association and pay the
same to the Treasurer and take a re
ceipt for the same, also the dste num
ber and amount of each order and
countersigned by him, and the purpose
for which said order was drawn.
Sec 6 Tho Treasurer shall keep m
trust all committed to his care and
shall pay out on any order drawn by
the President and countersigned by the
Secretary any cum of money so order
ed. To keep a record of the amount
of money paid to him and the amount
paid out, the purpose for which it was
paid, and carefully retain all orders
paid, which shall be his vouchers far
the amount so charged against him on
the records of the Focisty. And shall
make a report of the financial condi
tion of the association at every regular
Committee ( H. W. JSiiiplet,
en G. F. Pejjnebaker,
Organization (Tiiohas Haymssd.
The fallowing gentleman then came
forward ard signed the Comtitutien
and Bv Laws:
B. F. Miller, G. F. Pennebaker,
H. W. Shipley, G. F. Shmidtleind
J. H. Griffis, J. M. Hall,
Wm. M. Calvig, Tobias Miller,
Henry Clock, Joseph Douden,
W. H. Newton, rJ horn as Haymnnd.
After which the members proceeded
to the election of officers. On motion
of H. W. Shipley G. F. Pennebaker
was placed in nomination for Prosi
dent. On motion of Wm. M. Colvig,
B. F. Miller was nominated for the
same office, the nominations were then
eloi'd, and the society proceeded to
vote bv ballot, B. F. Miller receiving
the largest number ef votes was de
clared elected President. H. W. Ship
ley and G F. Pennebaker were nomi
nated as Viee Presidents. The rales
were suspended and the above gentle
men were elected by acclamation; Was.
Colvig was unanimously elected Treas
urer, and J. H. Griffis Secretary. H.
W. Shipley moved that the next meet
ing ef the asseeiatioa take place at
Medford oa the 28th day ef next Feb
ruary, carried. On motion ef G. F.
Pennebaker the association returned a
vote of thanks to Mr. Fitzgerald for
his kindness and accommodation. The
secretary was instructed to send a copy
ef the proeeedings of. the meeting to
the local papers and to purchvte bo'eks
suitable for keeping a record ef the
proceedings of the organization. It
was rssolved on motion ef H. W. Ship
ley that every member present be con
sidered a committee of ene to se'isit
members. H. W. Shipley tAitmswi
the meeting and spoke of thoAnsmeity
f deUrmised action est tliwart f
I members in the brrinniaz of this verv
I imnorfftnt taanvtt- nnfil nil ttm (pnit
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growers ef Southern Oregon are en
listed in the causo and felly realize tho
benefits that will occur to them from
G. F. Pennebaker offered some very
wisa remarks in regard to the section
al feeling that exists between different
business points in this coanty, and
earnestly urged the fruit growers of
Seathsrn Oregon to rise above such a
narrow mind-d policy and let individ
ual interest give way to such meas
ure at are fer the general good. On
raotien of G. F. Shmidtleind the meet
ing adjourned. H. J. Geiffis, fc
The following is a report of a pablic
meeting hold at Medford one evening
last week and the proceedings are
furnished bv the secretary. The meat
ing was held for the purpose of decid
ing on. what steps should be taken in
regard to Senator Miller's bill to give
Josephine county four townships now
belonging te Jackssa connty:
Editor Sektisel: Meeting called
to order by calling Gen, John E. Rots
to the chair and W. G. Kenney was
Mr. Bowditcb, ia his remarks favors
the cutting off of the four townships as
provided in Miller's bill in order to
head off Cameron's bill to annex Jose
pnine to JacEson countv. tie tnins
Grant's Pass don't amount to any
thing any way, to let them go and
Mr. Johnson follows in much the
same strain and makes a vehement
attack on Prim's integrity.
Mr. Howard agrees exactly with Mr.
Bowditch and warmly eulogizes tha
delegation Iron Asbland and moves
the immediate circulation of a petition
favoring the views of- Senator Miller
from Josephine county.
Secretary was called upon to read a
telegram from Hon. P. P. Prim which
shews there is ne danger in Cameron's
bill being made a law.
Mr. Bowditch again reviews tho
situation and ignores Prim's telegram,
followed by Howard, Johnson ana
Lawtoa, who make a general assault
on all our representatives and favor
remonstrance for Senator Miller to bat
our representatives over the head with.
Hen. C. W. Broback delivers a
scathing rebuke to the ether side for
the villianeus attack made en our rrp
resentatives and with all the fire ef his
eloquence was willing tostakehis life on
the honor and manhood of Senator Prim
and was attenithed at the ease the
other side falls into the not of Miller'?
to disarm our representatives of the
power vested in them, and warned the
people not to be led away mto eaptiv
ity by tho nice laid schemes ef Miller's
Chairman Ross made rattirrins ap
etfae pjmi! J
and stripped the covering from Miller's
carcas, and held him up to the gaze of
tho curious, aad favored no eompro
mis of any kind give them nathing
and take nothing.
B. W. Powell, closes and was sorry
that the gentleman from the rural dis
'ricts of Ashland had became the will
ing dupes of Miller and had failed to
sea tho trick 'till thev had arrived at
Medford, and that tho telegram just
received by Ross, Kenney and Bro
back exposed Millers scheme, and
showed his pity and contempt that
there were men in the proud city ef
Medford ignorant enough to fold the
night gown ef injured innocence
about their delicate frames and cry
pathetically "Miller's got us, let him
have the four towaships quick."
Howard's motion was then stated
by the chair and carried.
Howard then moved that Miller
and Lawten be appointed to circulate
W. G. Kexxet, Sec.
Col Ross, Chairman.
Gold Hill Items-
Charley Swinden is the boss foot
racer of Gold Hill.
Tom Ferguson contemplates pur
chasing the saloon property of Thos.
Miss Lena Baber is teaching a
school at this place. She is well liked
as a teacher.
M. E. Pogue who has been qnito
fl'iek for some time is able te attend te
'Mr. Thomas of Sam's valley csntem
plates building a hotel at this plp.es in
the near future.
Bib Hsrdman, Mr. Chavner's gen
tlemanly bar tender is most thoroughly
disgusted with the slang that he some
times has to hear in the saloon.
A Mr. Bodle, recently from, Nebras
ka has about concluded a bargain with
Mr. Jamison for tha purchase of Mr.
J s. farm. Mr. B. proposes to engage
in trait growing.
There is to 'se a social hop at the
residence of Bob Babers en the night
of the 13th of February goed music
has boen engaged and no pains
will be spared to make tha same a sue
Installations. The following offi
cers of Asbland Lodge No. 45, L O.
O. F., wore installed recently by A.
D.Helman, D. D. G. M.:TL C. ilyer,
N. G.; H.T. Ialotv, V. G.; Robt.Tay
lor, See.; C. H. Harsadine, P. S.; J.
D Fountain, Tress.; V. W. Kentnor,
VT.j E. J. Farlow, I. G.; A. D. Hel
man, R. S N. G-; J. O. O. Wider, R,
S. V. G.; J. C. Durkee, L. S. V. G.
Tae fellswiag officer uf Hope Re
balcah Degree Lodge N. 14: Mrs. J.
R. Catev, N G.; Mrs. A. Bisb, T. G :
U.L. MeCall, R. S.; H, T. Inlew, P.
S.; J. B. Casev, "TT.j Mrs. E. Giddia je,
L G.; C. H. 'Hargadine, R. S. N. G.;
A. D, Helnoan, L. S. N. G.; A- Bisb.
R. 8. V G.; Mr. E. InUw, L. S. V.
HA CKMETACK a lasting and fra
grant perfume- Price 25 and 50 cts.
ai E. C. JJrooks'.
SHILOH'S CURE will immediate
ly relieve croup, whoopini; cough and
ARE YOU MADE miserable by
indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness,
Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin? Shi
oh's Vitalizer is a positive cure. For
sale by E. C. Brooks.
THE HEY. GEO. H. THAYER,
of Bonrbon, Ind., says: "Both my
self and wife owe our lives to SHI
LOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE."
Brooks keeps it.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY
a positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
and Canker Mouth. Brooks can fur
FOR DISPEPSIA and liver com
plaint, you have a printed guarantee
on every bottle o? Shiloh's vitalizer.
It never fails to cure. Brooks keeps
Important Notice. Five thousand
dollars must be raised by Bilgeri
Miely within the next sixty days,
hence we are ctmpelled to call on all
our customers to settle on or before
Jan. 1, 1885, either hj cash-"'or goo'd
notes. We have been very liberal in
the past, this being our first call, and
hope all will promptly respond.
We still keep a full stock of hard
ware, stoves, tinware, wagons, plows,
harrows, paints, oils, and everything
pertaining to our business. We change
our prices from time to time, making
them conform with present times
cutting profits down so small that no
one can do so well by sending away
for goods as ty patronizing us. Call
and see us. Bilger & Maeglt.
Nobby Clothixci Store. Ashland
Oregon is the place for every man and
boy, old or young, to buy their Fall
and Winter clothing and furnishing
goods because you can buy better goods
for your money and you will live long
and prosper, but if you gj and pay the
old fashioned prices for goods and
then get shoddy clothinc you are liable
to swear because you are cheated,
catch cold because the goods are
shoddy and w'll not keep you wirm,
and then die, and then what will be
come of yeu. Go to the Nobby Cloth
ing Store by all means, take no such
chances! Tailor shop in connection.
So you can get anything you want in
the clothing line.
All (be Uast,
To captivate the popular taste and
surpass all previous efiorts to please
the palate, requires no small amount
of knowledge and no little skill, and
when wereniemberthat the very agree
ble liquid fruit remedy, Syrnp of Figs
is as beneficial to the system, as it is
acceptable to the stomach, we readily
understand why it is the universal fa
vorite as a cure for Habitual Consti
pation and ,other ills arising frcm a
weakness, or inactive condition of the
Bowels, Kidneys, Liver and Stomach.
Sample bottles free and large bottles
for sale by Merritt & Robinson, Jack
sonville. School Report. The following is
the roll of honor of Phoenix school for
the month ending Jan. 23: Nellie
Towne 96, Lena Dnnlap 94, Frank
Olwell 93, Carrie Anderson 93, Fred
Kahler 92. Frank Van Dyke 92, Mary
Standiff 92, Lilv Reanes 92, Lena
Kennedy 92, Clarance Danlap 92,
John Van Dyke 92, Annie Towne 92,
Carrie Van Dyke 91, Albion Kahler
91, John Devenney 91, Letty Adams
91, Walter Stancliff 91 and Nollie
Burch 90. Mark Terrill,
The Bull Times
Has marked his goods down to
Hard Times Prices
He will sell you MORE GOODS for
LESS MONEY than ever before sold
in Jacksonville. His stock is
AS GOOD AS THE BST,
And his prices will
It is needless to enumerate the articles
he has to sell, as he keeps .everything to
be found in a first-class
General merchandise Store !
When in town give him a call and he
will show yon goods st prices that will
KHOCK THE HARD TIMES
Idea clean out your head.
His stock is varied and complete, and
yon can hardly ask for anything he has
Remember the p'acc--coroner of Cali
fornia and Oregon streets
Highest Market Price
FARM PRODUCE L
ES'Call and see if this adv.-rtisement
is not as true as gospel
Different parties have repeatedly tres
passed on the Stearns, placo and they arc
hereby notified to quit or ike law will be
Odd Fellow's Enildin; Jvtksor.Tillf, Ortgoa
DKALUK AND flORKEIt IV ft
SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEN .St
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps,
W 1- - -rr
Paints Oils, Yarnisu, Glass
Shot, Srnshs, Chains, Xfose
I have secured the services of a first-,
class mechanic, and am prepared to do '
all repairing promptlv 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-COODS, COM BJOTS, TOBACCO
READY MADE CLOTHING,
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, &c.
Everything sold at reasonable rales.
, . K.EUBLI.
Jacksonville, March 9, 187S.
J0IIX MILIEU, - Proprietor.
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF AQRI
ctiltural implements, tools of all
kinds and a general assortment of shell
lie also keeps the largest slock ol, and.
all the latest improvements in
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
ASD A PTOJ. ASSOKTMEjrr OF
Powder, Shot, Stc
AND ALL KINDS OF OIL.
Give him a call and examine his stock
before making your purchases.
Of either sei admitted to tho
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEQB
On any reek-tlay of the year.
The College Journal, containing infonna
aon of the course of study, rates of tuition,
board, examinations, etc and cuts of nlala
and ornamental penmanship, free. Address,
A P. ARMSTRONG,
Lock Box 101. Postuxd, Ox.
3?" In tenting, please mention this paptr.
Owing to ill health I offer for sale the
property in ylshland known as "Marsh's
Planing Mill," also the Kean Creek Saw
Mill property. I will sell the whole, or
one half of either or both properties, at a
bargain to the right kind of a business
man. This is a rare chance for an Rctive
man to secure the best business in South
ern Oregon. For particulas apply to tho
undersigned at Ashland, Oregon.
L. S.P. H.ns.
All those knowing themselves indebted
to the estate ot Madame Jane Holt, de
ceased, are hereby notified that an im
mediate settlement must be had at once
and thereby save costs.
Jacksonville, Dec. 20, 1884.
PROP, E. T. KUGLER,
Takes pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic that he has determined to
for cash money, and not on credit nor
trade. Musical terms arc taught for cash
onlv, all over the civilized world, and
eredit, as an exception, is given oaJy oa
ZSy'V Tttr"' "