!?.- ORESOfl SENTINEL, Hiii!0 SENTINEL. PUBLSHED SATURDAYS AT Jacksonville, Oregon, FAANX KJHU3E TERMS: One copy, PerTrir, In advance,. ..$a SO ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be'inscrted in? the Sextikel at the following rates: Tea lines, one insertion $3 SO " " each subsequent insertion. 1 00 E3T" Legal advertisements inserted rea sonably. Job work of all kind dono on prompt notice and in workman-like style. A PlKiuni to Yearly Aiivcrtlaan. VOL. XXX--NO. 11 JACKSONVTLl.Ev OKEGOjS, MARCH 14, ISS5. 63 PER YEAR .,. . .,... ,, " - - ... ..I -.- .. mm- -- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. E. P. GEARY, M. D., Physician And Surgeon, MEDFORD. OREGON. Office in A. L. Johnson's building. X. B, YOUNG. M. D., Physical And Snrgoon, Cestral Point, Oregon. (falls promptly attended to at all hoars. Xj L..WHITNEYTM-D-, EAGLE POINT, ORECON. Aavinz located at this place I ask a share of the patronage of this section. Calls attended to at any time. . W. P. WILLIAMSON, ATTORNEY COUNSELOR-iT-LAy Medford, Oregon. All business in my line will receive prompt attention. II. K. ITANNA, Attorney & Counsellor Al'Law, Jacksonville, Ogn. Will practice in all the Courts of the Etate. Office up stairs inOrlh's brick. C- L.EMPJ3RT. M- D, Graduate of University, Leipzig, Q,crmany, Physician And Surgeon. Calls attended to at all hours day and night. Office opposite Slover Uo'-el, Jack sonville, Oregon. P. P. PRIM, ATTORNEY & COUNSSLOR-AT-LAW Jacksonville, Ogn., . Will practice in all the Courts of the State. Office in Coerl House. T. S. KENT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law Jacksonville Orkg3n. Will practice in all the Courts of this Stale. Office in the Court House. G U. AIKEN, M.D., pSYSICLAN AND SURGEON, ..ACKSONVILLB, OREGON. E2J-Offloc opposite P. J. Ryan's store. J. W. ROBINSON, M D-, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Jacksonville, Ogn. OFFICE At City Drug Store. Rcsi dence on Fourth St., opposite M. E. Church. Culls promptly attended to. Jay and night. MARTIN VRO'MAN, M. D. DHYSICIAN AND 3URGE0N, UEDFORD, OREGON. all promptly attcn led to at all hours. B. F. DOWELL, ATTORNEY"-AT-LAW. Jacksonville, oreqox. All business placed in my hands will re ceive piompt attention. Special atten tion given to collections. A. L, JOHNSON, Notary Public, Real Ettate Agent and Collector ItdCodforcl, Or. I make conveyancing and furnishing ab stracts of land titles a specialty. Loans negotiated and collections made. AH business intrusted to my caro will receive prompt and carclul attention. WILL. JACKSON, TJKNIIST, JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. Teeth extracted at all hours. Laughing gas adminis.ercd. if des'red, for which extra charge will be made. Office on corner of California and 5Yj street. A. O. GIBBS. L. B. STKAKKt, GIBBS & STEARNS, A TT0RNEYS AND CaUNSELL0Bf Rooms 2 and 4 Strowbridgc's Building, TORTLAND, OREGON. Will practice in all courts of record In the State of Oregon and Washington Terri tory; and pay particular attention to business in Federal courts. wm om i gr 2f? week inyourown town. Terms 3UUand f5 outfit free. Addresi H BAacvrr & Co., Portland Main. HE FARMER'S STORE ! Colman's old stand. a g. colvin, Hereby informs the public that he is dis playing at the above stand a first class stuck of General Merchandise Which he will sell iAtvervwAo'w puces. jtVg, L4. His stock consists of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Groceries Provisions, Etc, Everything is fresh and of good qual ity, and prices put down to The Lowest Notch! E3yCouutry Produce bought and sold. Remember Oilman's old stand, and give me a call when in tawn. A. G. Coltik. NINETEENTH YEAR. 52. MARY'S ACADEMY, CONDUCTED BY. THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAM. THE SHOLAST1C YEAR OF THIS school willcommcnceaboutthcend ot August, and is divided in four sessions, of elcvcD weeks each. Board and tuition, pcrterm, 540.00 Music 13.00 Drawing and painting 8.00 Bed and Bedding 3.00 SELECT DAY SCHOOL,. Primary, per term,. . .. 5.00 Junior, " 7. 0.00 Prcpnratoy " .- 8.00 Senior, " 10.09 Pupils received at tiny time, and special attention is paid to p-vtticular studies in behalf of children who have but limited time. For further particulars apply at the Academy WINTER OP12NIKG AT Mrs. P. P. Prim's Mi linery Store. T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW 1 and comp'ete stock of Millinery goods, consisting of HAT 5 OF ALL STYLES, RIBBONS, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, COLLARS AND CUFFS, Vollins, ORNAMENTS, SILKS, LACES, Gcnllcnitns' and Ladies' Handkerchiefs Call and see them at the building form crly occupied by Dr. Robinson on Califur. nil street. MRS. P.P. PRIM. TABLE ROCK SALOON, OREGON STREET, WIWTJEjY and HELMS, PROPRIETORS. w- The proprietors ot iMs well known and popular resort world inform their friends and the public Generally that a complete and first class clock of the best brands oN liquors, wines, cigars, ale and porter, etc, are constantly kept on hand. They will be pleased to have their friends "call ano smile." CABINET. A cabinet of curiosities may also be found here. We would be pleased to have persons possessing curiosities and speci mens bring them in, and we will place them in the cabinet for inspection. W1NTJKK& HELMS. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, Corner rronl and Harrison, Portland, (On the European Plan.) THOS. GUINEAN, PROP. (Late of the Arcade, Sacramento.) This hotel is thoroughly fire-nrool. Con tains 120 elegantly furnished suits and single rooms, which have been refitted and refurnished in modern style. Free coach to and from all trains and boats. 5? T1 C?OftPcr Ry at home ibO JLJ 2-&USamptes worth $5 fn Address Sthsson 4 Co.,Portlad, Me THE STAFF OF MS! TRE ROGUE RIVER M FIMISG HULLS HAVING RECENTLY" BEEN RE fitted with al" modern improvements, are now turning out a first -class, 'vrticle of flour, which is put up in on urth bairel sacks, and every sack is warranted to contain 49 pounds of flour If you don't believe this, just compare a -sack of our flour with any other brand offered for sale in this market, and note the difference in weight. Flour amrufill-Fced Constantly on hand and exchanged for wheat. " BARLEY ROLLERS. Having added a set ot Barley Rollers to my mill, I have set apart every Saturday to Roll llarley for customers. The work will be done on short notice, so that par ties can return with their grist the same day. I am prepared to roll barley al all times And in the best manner. This pro cess is tar ahead of the crveher G.KREWSK1. Jacksonville, Sept. 22. 1883. Farmer's Store, Medford, Oregon, ANGLE & PLYMALE Prop's. The undersiened takes pleasure in an nouncing that he has opened his place of business in the nw town of Medfnrd, Or egon. andis now prepared to furnish, in quantiticsto suit, GROCERIES, ? PROVISIQNS, PAINTS AND OILS MACHINE OIL TOBACCO AND CIGARS, CAN DIES, NUTS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Etc. My stock is fresh and first-class, and I propose to keep a full assortment of every thing in my line and sell at PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. All I ask is a trial. tS"Highest price paid for Produce. Nervous Debility. A SURE CURE GUARANTEED. DR. E. C. WEST'S nerve and brain trcitmcnt, a specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, tonvulsions. Nervous "Head ache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory. Spermatorhoca. Irupotency,. Involuntary emissions, premature old age, caused by over-exertion, selt-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. With each order received by ua for six boxes, accompanied with livedo! 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, Clarke & Co., Wholesale ant" Retail Druggists, Port land, Oregon. Orders by mail at regular prices. U. S. SALOON, U. S. 110TEL nCIIJlINO, JACKSONVILLE, T. T. McKENZIE. PROP'H, HAVING ASSUMED THE MAN asement ot "his resort. I nroDos- keeping it stocked with 'ho finest brands ot , WINE3, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, And will be pleased to receive a call from all who wish the best in my line. Sat isfaction essund. T. T. JlcKENZIE. QBE&T REDUCTION -IN HOTEL PEICES AT THE SL0YER HOTEL BOARD AND LODGING Best house for the money this side of Portland. c G. A. HUBBELL, Real Estate Agent, AUCTIONEER, Guttata, Uotnnj uMk, JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. Office in Dr. Aiken's building on Cal. ifbrnia street. All .business entrusted to my care will receive prompt and careful attention. G. A.11ubbxl OERManMmE FOR .22L&JEKT. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache, Sore Tli roat,Strcll!ns.SirnlnsSrules, liarns, Scatdm, rrutt Bite. jixd iil ornra bodily fuss itd aches. BaHljDrvs3lMXsia&DHiTttmTixr. Flnj Oeate Louis. Direction la It L.ncu-s. THE CIIARXES A. VOGELEK CO. (8iiimnimi.TOOaJStCa) IUUsert,5iL,C..j. Al.Mnlutrllt JPree from Opiate, JZmttlcs and Poisons'. A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE For Cracfei Soto Threat, noarMneUoInflnenss, Coldi. Bronchitis, Cronp, Whoonin Qongtip ABthma, Qolntr. Palnn In Chest, andotb.tr atTectloiifl of thTIirat and Lunei- PriceSOcentaabottlP. Sold byDrncirlrts and Deal crs. Parties unable to induce their dealer to promptly get tt for them wilt receive ticobouletjLxpTtst charge paid, by Bending one dollar to THE CHARLES 1.TOGELEU fDXriXTa Soto Owners &ol UDafctarcr CilUmorr, Uarjlui, C. S. JU GEO. RIEVES, WAGON MAKER, Jacksonville, Or. At the old stand of S. P. Hanna.in Ci one miller's buildinc, keeps on hand a full line of "Wagon Material ! And is prepared to do all work in his line on short notice and in a worf.manlike - manner. YekiclceJr "crsry "des cription made to order. JReoairivg A Specialty. Term3 reasonable and satisfacation guaranteed. Geo. Rieves. THE ASIILMB mii! - AND NORMAL SCHOOL, -ia-slalx-n rl Or. Four courses of study. Normal and Commercial College, Preparatory and In strumental music. Foi particulars or catalogue apply to the undersigned at Ashland, Oregon. M. G. ROYAL, A. M. PresideD! Tho Btjtess' Guidi: b Is sued March and Sept, each Syear: 216 pages, 8irlll finches, with ov- 3.20O illustrations t holo pic ture callcrv. -ves w hole- sale prices direct io consume jn all goods for personal cr family u Tells bow to order, and gives cxaf cost of every thing you use cat, drir wear, or have fun ritli. Thcso inva xUe books ccn tain information gleaned from the map kcts of the world. Wo will mail a copy Free to any address upon receipt of the postage 7 cents. Let us bear from you. Rcsnectfi.ny, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. -::; i- sss w atush atcscc QUirfs in. DR. S- SOSDErS KXTEKSAIi PILE KEMEOr G'nres Instant Relief) and is en Infallible CURE FOR ALL-KINDS OF PILES. S?oldhyDrupgistseerywlicrc Price, "1.00 f er box, prrpaul, by mail. Sarnies sent fret to Fliysicians fil all sufferers, bv Xeusticdtei A Co., Loi PH6, New York l 'v. SolomanufhcturcsofANAKESIS. FOI?' 1SSS r VALUABLE TO AIXT Will be mailed rB 5 L'-S to til anrJIcAnts F K tHIR ftnH tA rnietAm.n nf tact WAT t itltnnt ordeiinsrit. It eonudns illustrations, nriees. descriptions and directtons for plkhtine all Vegetable and Flower SEEDS, BULBS, etc. D. M. FERRY&CO.DlS,T PATENTS We oontKM to art as Ec'Ittiora for Patents. Caiwus. T-ivlo JUrts. CoBjrfas- etc, lortba rjiute' Sa!. Carada. Cuba. Erjriard. FraEee Genrn). etc Wf tare iti :blrtj-lic rcartt' txpcrlence. rare-its lAualred itauirtBfarBEctlecdtaltffl FaEmtio iiin-iCAK. rri!!2-jr.dptadid masmted retlr rarer. $3.30a.Tear.sfa,wi tbeProprwa etfclerce. KverjlnterMtiBcarni bas aa ionnoos cireotattmi. AMnss HD5S t CO, Patent SoUdtnrs. reb's 1 1 aanmnc AlocuCAS. SM Brosul'i ay. Ser Tort. uca Door ioe ( rrn. tradeA7mark; 'm3iniA9 s&jieBiHi, . Girls How Iliey Suffer. Girls are of few days and fall of ruUchieLanJ whoever is decived there by Fs'not wise. When the; fair girl X'beweth her gum with greater haste 'and stamppth her foot do tbou look out. She1 cometh fsrtb in the evening iu low ueck acdhort sleerphj but in the morning the lieth in bed while her mother hustleth. When the sleighbell tinkleth ihe standeth at the window ami y ear neth for a beau, and when io conieth she doetb uphis pnrse. He wraj petb the buffalo robe about her and huggetb her much and stayetb out beyond his time, and the livery man addeth four good dollars to his bill. In the evening he hideth himself away to bar father's mansion. He goeth in and sitteth by the fire, and ere He leaveth he. uonueth the -Question, anil sh-JutopBtb at the chance. Whrlvla,, cock crowein ue luisetn ins uepariure, and wlien'Ke remembreth the small ne? s of his-,salary be kicketh himself, and coraparetb himself to an ass; yea, verily. He gettetb his license and goeth forth on tbejnorning of his wed ding day, and emp.oyetb'a godly man lo do the job, and when the sun setuth he findeth himself a married man. SelahL The robin nesteth again and he clotbsth himself in sackc'otb and aUies and runneth swiftly unto the gates and knocked), and telleth tbit doctor tht tbe wife of his bosom trav- aileth much, and rusheth back attain. The old woman prophesieth u boy and he jumpsth up and down and cracketh bis heels together with joi; the doctor speaketh words of wisdom and cautioned) him not to ratify be fore the returns are all in. The r.ight wearing wearily en and the young man waxetii impatient, but tbe old lady speaketh words of cheer and prophesi eth yet aiain, and he bidetb his time and awaiteth his reward. A cry emit elh his ear and the drum thereof and he biteth bis lip and kicketh himself P . id i -. again as the old woman poketh her head in the door and bringetb tidings of two more girls. Circuit Court Proceedings. The following business has trans pired in this court since the last report of tbe Sentinel: F. 31. Parker vs. Thurston T. Thom as; to recover damages. Judgment for $1,000 and costs. Stale vs. H. P. Deskins; selling liquor without license. Defendant fined $50 and costs. Stato vs. C. D. Morgan; indictment for gambling. Defendant acquitted. State ii. Alex. Smith; gambling. Verdict of 'not guilty." The case of the State vs. H. Math hw8, J. W. McMahon and Frank Honard were continued. H. C. Dollarhide vs. O. & C. R. R Co ; action for damages. Continued. G. .V. Isaacs, T. G. Riames and J. A. Crain vs. A. Davison; toreclosure of mortgage. Sale confirmed. State vs. Levi Grigsby; assault with a dangerous weapon. Defendant sen tencfd to pay a fine of S300 and costs. Th os. H. Whelpley vs. H. Rice and H. L. Pegg, and defendant enjoined as prayed for. L Solomon vs. J. J. Calkghan, et al.; foreclosure of mortgage. Sale con firmed. State vs. L. O'Neil; murder. On trial. A. Card,. To the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Jackson County: We, the undersigned, would respect fully state to your honerable court that we are living at present in the county hospital, in the charge of J. DeRoboam, and that we are as well attended to and cared for as we could possiblv expect under our present, cir cumstances. G. H Knowltox, M. A. Alcors, JonX SUAZDAGOR, Jonx Latschaw, M. Hooveb, J. W. ROBERSOX, EeXEST ViXNICKE, Barney Fisher, H. Houk. George Bckdis, Jacob Pence. Copy of certificate on file in this court. E. DePeatt, Co. Judge. Filed March 4, 1885. Sleeplessness caused by too much blood In the head may be overcome by applying a cloth wet with cold water to tbe back of tb meek. Columbia River Improve ments. The work of improving tbe Colum bia bar has begun. There is a large amount of preliminary work necessary before the'aetual building of the jetty is begun. The magnitude of the un dertaking makes it rrquisite that plant sufficient shall be built and collected, and nearly all the important parts of this preliminary work are uow con tracted for and building. It is proba ble that the appliances necessary" to make ready for the work proper will absorb the 100,000 appropriated, and if congress appropriates about half a millio'i before adjourning next Tues day, considerable progress can be made. This summer will see a good deal done that is necessary to get in proper shape for getting at tbe real work of Mjuilding the jetty. Tie wharf east of 'tort Stevens and tlis trestle work U-ad ing to it are now building, as also the stone barges. There will be car and machine shops begun as soon as possi ble, 24 patent rocker stone cars, two miles of rails, ties, fish plates, switches, a 22,000 pound locotrotive and other appliances liavj been ordered, and will be here next month. There will be half a mile of railroad track, narrow gauge, built from the wharf, past the fort, in a westerly direction, hoisting engines, dummies, derricks, eta., wilt be put in plac?, and in a few weeks' time tbe fort and vicinity will present a scene of great activity. "Astorian." It is stated for a fact that President Cleveland will be married at an early day. His intended is about 20 sum mers old, an ideal of feminine beauty, and at present a pupil of the Wells college, in Aurora, New York. She is u daughter of tbe late Oscar Folsom of of Buffalo, who was a partner of Cleveland and was nilled in an acci dent in 1875. With her mother, she was prcseut at theinaugural ceremonies YesterdayT Sue bas beeiTClefelancfs ward in fact, if not in law, ever since her father died. Ska is said to be a very brigrt and iutell igent lady, au heir to all the excellent qualities of her father, to whom Cleve land is said to have been a truer friend than many people will surmise. When the marriage will take place cannot b stated, but it is said to be a settled fuci, tole accomplished within a year. Cleveland at first did intend to wed the widow of his friend Folsom, but was met by the Matter's prejudice against remarrying A few years later he saw what a woman his friend's daughter had grown to be, and decided that she was his ideal of womanhood, and he is said to have been true to her ever since. There is no question about Cleveland's intention to marry this girl, but some doubt is expressed as to her readiness lo become his wife. Still she is known to bo ambitious and sentimental, and the idea of her be coming tbe mother of her country at an early age may prove a very power ful motive ic deciding on the offsr of marriage which is certain to be made to her, if it has not been made already, by the president elect. Sfinp of Fis. Naturo'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, Billiousness, Indigestion, and kindred ills. Cleanses tbe system, putifies the blood, regulates the liver aniacts on the Bowles. Breaks up Colds, Chills and Fevers, etc. Strengthens the organs on which it acts. Batter than bitter, nauseous medicines, pills, salts and draughts. Sample bottle free, and large bottles for sale by Merritt it Robinson, Jackson ville. It is the abuse and not the use of dynamite that we condemn. We gladly furnish information in regard to its employment in felling trees. Several channel! are dug underneath tbe trees at the roots or bored in the trunk. Tbe dynamite cartridge is then placed in these channels and ex ploded. The tree is lifted right out of the ground and falls inta-.t. Ftumps are raised and large logs split iu the same way. Workmen engaged in sinking a well on Hon. M. M. E-te's place, at ,Napa, a few days ago, after going through a sort of bedrock, struck a stratum of gravel, from which water rushed to the height of twenty four feet, the men barely escaping with their lives. ' Scotched Salmon-" There is in Washington a set of toung men which even New York would pass for fast. Thoy spend a great deal of their time devising sew means to gratify their palates. One of them who has recently returned from Europe had there seen the scotch ing of a salmon, and he forthwith de cided to show some of his friends here a practical illustration of the process. It requires a live fish. To this get he sent tOjCanada. -A v spljendidjfellow, . weighing twenty pounds, Nvas caught for him in the Rest igouche river, packed in a water tight tub, and for. warded to Washington. I would not dare to say what is cost to send the fish here. It was certainly not less than S5 a pound. The most elaborate preparations had been made to do jus tice to the process of cooking, A dozen or more of the young man's boon companions were invited to wit ues3 the proces. At the proper time all assembled in the kitchen, into which the tub containing the salmon had been carried. On tbe range stood a copper boiler imported from England for the purpose. Its inner sides were lir-ed at regular interva's with blades of steel as sharp ojknives. The young man at once assumed direction of mat ters. Cold water was put, by his or ders, into the boiler on the range, and tho salmon changed from the tub to the boiler. It tookthree men to manage tbe salmon. As soon as this was done, fire was built under the range, and the fish slowly boiled to death. Of course, as the water got warmer and warmer, he would plunge'about more and more. With every move-nt he made, his body would come inV con tact wi.h the knives and be ripped open. It was nearly three quarters of an hour before the fish was dead, and a full hour before it was fit to be served. One of tbe young men relating the story to me said: "It was a disgust ing sight, I tell ,vou. It made mo al most sick, and t I had feared it would not offend tho host I would have re fused to eat of the 'dish. It was though, the best salmon I ever tasted. You see the scotching takes out all the milk which is so objectionable in fish when less than twenty fuur hours old, puthi out the fl-sh and makes it light, and you get at tho same time all the good qualities inherit in fresh fish. It looks, when done, nlmost like popcorn.' He added laughingly: "There cught to be some punishment provided for I eople who delight in such cruelty for the sake of gratifying their stomachs. The line used to be drawn at the scal ing of live fish and the skinning of live eeh; but 'scotching' salmon, yon will admit, is worse than either." Washington cor. of N. Y. Tribune. I heard a story the other day says a dramatic writer, about an actor who lost bis wife. He appeared to be very much overcome with the event, and at tho funeral he took on terribly, weep ing and moaning and beating hu breast in anguish. A friend of his who was present at the ceremony did not see the actor again until two weeks later. Said the friend: "You have my deep-, est commiseration. I was present at the funeral of yonr wife and you seem ed to be terribly broken up Jn fact, I don't think I ever saw a man who sees. ed to suffer so." "Oh, that wasnothing responded the actor brightening up at tins tribute to his genius; "you ouht to have seen me at the grave. I raised hell there. A British sailor at the battle of the Nile, at the moment when the officsr of ihe watch said to him. '"Do yeu make out the flagship on the port or starboard bow Bill!" was struck by a bullet in the head- For fifteen months the sailor remained insensible, but not dead, with a ball in his head which could not be extracted. la tbe full ness of time he was taken to the Greenwich Hospital, and trephined when tho foreign body was remevsm from the neighborhood of his braid, when he said, "Just off the starboard now." HACKMETACK a lasting and fra grant permp. Price 25 and 50 cts. ai E. C. Brooks'. SHILOH'S CURE will immediate ly relieve croup, whoopina; cough and bronchitis. ARE YOU" MADE miserable br indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Apnetite, Yellow Skinl Shi oh'a Vitalizer is a positive cure. Poc sale by h. C. Brooks. -agisasaES-"