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Satuuday, Mabch 21, 1885.
It U said (-Bat no on can livw ieui
fortably in Washington and krep house
Nd maintain any ssrt cfi socntH footing
upon less than $5,000. There ii a
fine chauca for JnVrsonian Ma.plicity
to take hold in the Capital City.
On.e of the funny bills in the Cali
fornia Assembly is on which gives to
any yenvig-raan under twenty one-jeirs
of tr, who learns a trade by serving
an apprenticeship for three years and
is a. moral young, nun, $250 out of the
"Henry N..Copp, the Ltnd and Pen
ion Attorney of "Washington, D. C,
'sends us the "C. S. Salary List and
Civil Service Law,1 price 50 cents.
Tuis is perhaps the cheapest form in
-which this desired information has
been publish d. Of courre every
Tt)i;rat in the land. wcreel t set an
ad this little book is just hat
Becher one more coimm to thp
front as an'advocaU for the coolie.
He finds fault with Cleveland's ad
dress because of its plain statement
that the Chinese Rtttrictioa Act
would be enforced rigorously. Becher,
sines tht days when he dee ared that
a worUman ought to Be contented with
SI a day, has been the special pleadtr
tor the Chinese. It ii a singular com
msntary of the man's moral decline
t'aat the eloquent advocate of the era
ancipation of the slave should now be
the defender of the introduction of a
slavery more servile and repulsive
than the South ever knew.
To settle the disputed question Gjv
ernor Moodyi should call a special
pension of the Leisla'ure to elect a
United States Senator and whoever
shoild be ta stFRttssfar mam would, tie
a Republican and hold for a term of
six years. If the Governor appoints,
the Senator's terra will exniro with
the meeting of the next Legislature,
nnd will rnly be in office less thon two
years. The general opinion is that the
Governor fears calling an extra se sion
oa oecouat of the blamn falling on
Rtpubli?a shoulders. "While, the
h.amo could rightfully be located there
itacetcstous the shortest road out of
the mire. Call an extra session, 1st
every man that has aspirations in that
direction present his claims and then
TheWashincton Monument has the
dutiaction. of being the highest spire
in tha world. It is in round numbers
597 feet in altitude aheve tea level.
It is chiefly built of granite, faced
-with white-marble. The shaft is-55
feet 1J inches square at the base, walls
15 feet thick, and 34 feet 5 inchex
iqnara at the top, where the walls are
11 feet thick. There is a central well
25 lest square. The total weight -of
the monument is 81,000 tens. It i
hinted in certain engineering- quarters
that the fotrnJutiins of the structure
are insufficient, and if-'not soon attend
ed to, the monument will he likely to
fall. The condition ef the foundation
forms a rood subject for examination
and discustion, and we trust it will re
ceive attention by all who are quail
fitd to judge ef the niattir.
According to the Chicago "Nws'
the Pievideut has eutliMed his policy
concerning appointments: ''Appoint
meats will be made only as places bs
come Taat, and Tacancies will occur
only by expiration of the term for
which the present holder was appoint
ed, or b-y removal, which in every case
will be for good eaute, to be proved by
the presentation of charges and speci
fications backedibv evidence kuch as
would be accepted in a court of law
When appointments are to bo made
- Democrats will, of course, be selected
As to removals for cause, it is undoubt
tdly safe to say that those public offi
eers who have made notorious use of
thrir places for partisan purposes will
be Grkt to go. Ihe new aiiniimstra
tion will hasten to rm.tore them to pri
vat life as soon as charges against
them are proved, and to appoint their
The Oklahoma region from which
settlers were latelr driven by the
Uqited States treops, is a tract of land
extending &oo the Red river in the
Indian Territory to the Kansas line,
and ccntaim about 14,000,000 acres
It is represented as ef remarkable fer
tility, well watered and timbered. It
was purchased in 1SGG of the Creek,
Cherokee, Chottow, Chickasaw and
Seminole Indians, with a view to set
Utn; freedmeaupon it. It :s said thai
none of the purchase money has been
paid, whi the land was to remain in
the possession of the Indians until
paid for. Stock men has grazed their
herds upon it for years without moltm
tation. Tha "boomers''' claim that if
k k pa for the ate and occupation of
the steekioea, it is but right that any
eitken shall be allowed to make settle
went upon it. Congress will prebablv
coMplet the purchase and authorize
' The JVeiv Liquor Law-
We Irani from Senator Siglin, 'says
the Coos Eiy '-Kewc'that the law, as
pub1ihed, is not the 'aw as it finally
pissed. The bill was FatroduceJ by
Keady, the speaker of jJjb Home, and
it was the bill of the Christian Tim
prrance Unibm It paused tlie ITouse
hs introduced, the Republicans voting
for it solid. In the "Senate, section 7,
of the original lull, was striekeu out by
Senator Simon's amendmi nt, and the
provision that the "petition, together
with the fcignatureK,!' be published
four weeks, was umended. by Siglin,
by striking out "together wiih the sfg
nature," Kenc the signatures need not
be published. Section I .was also
amendtd by Siglin, by inserting "in
quantities less than onega'Ion." The
law does not apply to incorporated
towns, except as to the amount to be
paid for the liceme; the mode of pro
--eeoJure is regulated by the town as
heretofore. In the law as pased, there
appears to.be a fatal defect, in that, il
Joes not provide a penalty iu case
of the -failure to take out a
!i:ensB at nil. All the penalties are
by civil action on the bond; but sup
pore no bond is given, or no Herns
taken out, then they thall be indicted,
but thf lawappearvito provide no pen
laity if a conviction follows: It Iooks
as li mo law prHCLiuiiuy raraub irrr
whi-ky for the next two years. If the
above opinion, or rather suggestions
are correct, it is rather a good joke on
the Christian Temperance Union, al
though one not appreciated by thepeo
pie. On one point there is no doubt,
the law as passed, is constitutional,
and the old law is repealed. The Sun
day feature of tho law is good, and ii
does not make the sale of liquor or.
Sunday any more illegal tban it wat.
oefoie, as any raloon keeper has been
liable to indictment, all along, undei
the law as it wassbefore.
Mitchell for Senator-
la. another column may ho found a
communication, published' first in the
Portland "N w s," oier the signature
of "Justice." The writer suggests
that every pttmastef in Oregon, place
a petition is a conspicuous place in
his office, headed, "John II. Mitchell
for United States SenaUr." He
thinks that Governor Moody will be
surprised at the sreat popular exprcs
sion whieh will be ihown. by ths sig
natures from Democrats as well as
Republicans. The plan is worthy, of
. . .at. j ., -- -,
MijOdy will appoint a Democrat. If
we could have our way, he would ap
point Slater. Rut he will not; hence
wo are for Mitchell as our seend
chpice. Of all the Republicans hose
names have been mentioned for Sen
ator. We have always acknowledged
that he is talented. He is untiring in
hhi effurls in behalf of Oregon; and
will eotne nearer giung universal sat
isfaction Itun any one the Governor
can appoint. Ths Dalles Journi',
Some of the laws intended for the
beneat of married women: turn- out to
have quite an opposite effect. Her
is one in Oregon which the courts con
strue to mean that the wife, if she has
property, is liable for the expenses of
her family, and consequently the pov
erty stricken ftusbatxl cam run up bills
which the wife is obliged to pay. This
was ft decision in a suit brought by n
butcher for the amount of his meat
bill. Before the passagw of the law a
uiarned woman was only liable for her
own contracts- '
IlcalCi of Jews.
One noticeable feature about Jew
ish cemeteries in the South is the
scarcity of newly made graves after
an epidemic of cholera -or vmIIow fever.
Statistics show that fewer of them die
ill mi any other race from these er kin
died diseases. During.the cholera
scourgo in Toulon only "two orthodox
jfws-died of it, while iif numbers they
equalled fully 20 per cent, of the pop
ulation. Their immunity frcm disease,
and the certainty with whieh thy re
cover whea attacked, by it is accounted
for by the simplicity of th.ir diet.
They are very strict about following
tha dietary laws prescribad by Mosss.
Isn't it a little .strange that Moses, if
he w as only a historian, vhould have
pos"tkStd knowledge superior to that
of the wisest and "best physicians of the
present da! He evidently believed
in preventing disease rather than cui
ing it. This is what .)a Haven's Dys
pepsia Cure aims to do; it acts directly
on the digestive juices of the stomach
and both prevents and cures Indica
tion and Dypepsia. Free samile bot
tles at E. C. Brooke drug store.
Bun on a Bank.
Reames Bros, are receiving a fine
assortmer.t of Fancy and Dry Goods,
lists, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, nnd
finest assortment of Ladies Cloaks
that has ever been brought to this
market. All of which they are selling
at prices that defy competition.
Hides Wanted The undersigned
will par i he highest cash price for War
skins aud all other kindaef furs, deer
skins, etc Call around before selling.
Tnoa. J. Kexxet.
IkflLJEl OePo-ULO CS-olcl'.'-KCIXlv
AGENTS FOR , .1.
LaBELLE WAGONS, BOGGIES A1SD HACKS..
LANSING RIDING HARROWS WITH SEEDERS COMBINED,
BUFORD CULTIVATORS AND SPRING TJOTH HARI.'ftW'S,
iMcSHERRY G15A1N DRILLS AND BROAD-CAST FEEDERS,
BU FO RD PLOWS, ALL STYLE'. '
COLLINS CAST CAST-STEEL PLOWS,
B.ANDALL PULVERISING HARROWS,
CIDER At ILLS. FANNING .MILLS. CORN SHELLE3S,
HAY OTTERS. FAIRBANKS S0ALE3,-
COOPER'S ENGINES AND SAW-MILLS, -'
CHALLENGE GRAIN CRACKERS, Etc;
EXTRAS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE- ,
We worth! rcsjiectfiillj sisk our patrons ami friends to call anil see
our line of poods before purchasing elsewhere, as we, fee"! btite we
Sell As Low If Not .Lower V
Than any first-class goods can be sold, for; and we guarantee all our
goodtf as represented. , '
CRONEMILLER AND T3LRDSET.
Jacksonville OregonrMay 9, 188 i
known to me." H.A. Aacnra-ILD-
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X?.Y. J
Oregon- and CiLiroKMA sts., Jacksus. vim
W. J. EI&ZZTJuB,
Would respectfully inform the public
that he has a fine stock of
Horses, TJtisgics and CnTitices
And lie is prepared to furnish his patron:
and the public generally with
As can be had on the Pacific coast Fad
die horses hired to go to any part of
Animal's Botiglit-aud Solil.
Horses broke to work single or deuble
Horses boarded and the best of care be
stowed upon them while in my charge
A liberal share of the public p.itirnage
is solicited on reasonable terms
P. O. Ecildirgi Jacksonville
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES
pleasure in informing the public
that he has purchased L. Solomon's in-torcst-in
POST OFFICE STORE.
Vhich will be kept stocked with a com
plete and first cl iss as-rtmeut of gcner.il
merchandise. I will sell, "t
Very Seasonable Slates.
Give me a call and ee for vrmrsclvc3
CHANGE IN MANAGEMENT!
Cor. 3d and California Ste.,
Jacksonville - - Ogn,
Having taken charge of this hotel the
undersientd take pleasure in announcing
to the public that a complete change will
will be supplied wiini eiything the
market fiords, and a general renovation
Bods vxlcL "Rooms
willbemado. The patroniig e- of the pub
lic is iolicited.
Jacksonville, - - - Oregon.
The undersigned is fully prepared to do
all work in his line in Uiebest manner and
at reasonable prices.
Organ for Sale
The undersigned offers for sale on easy
terms to a good party a fiist-class Talier
orcan, m stops, oeinguseu uuiaiew wccks.
For particulars enquire at this office or
cuuress ine unuersiguexi ruueau.
Phoenix, Or., Sept 20th, 1S.
flrf.nrl'x mrrvj CM? GocEtlnatloa.
Spur Stomach, Diarrhoja, ErutUtloa.
SK'1'g Worms, give3 sleep, aad proootea dt-
Without kjcriota medlcstioa.
Couth Coso-ikt, 122 Foltoa Street. H. T.
This is to notify the public- that I liivr
opened jindeffihr in JacUsonvi;ie at tbi
southeast corner of California! aniCPiftb
streets wiure I will dj ready at al'" lime
to transact business, such as the drawing
DEECS, HOCTGAGES, EONDS, AGREEMENTS,
Lenses, Powers of Attorney Bills of Sale,
Abst acttv cf LafV Titles.
Sell Real Estate, and aftend lomskimr
mil Ilumestead papcrs,Pre-t'mplionpapcrs
also draw up a 1 papers psrtaiilin!!) tilt
bctt'emcnt of estates Co'Itctnr of Accounts,
prompt remiltancis in lad. Invesuient Se
curities a specialty; Jackson ounty .Scrip
bon jht and sold.
Pitimt reply made to.letters.
Charges in arcotdancv vuili tha limes
Refer", by rrrmis3".im, lo'C." l!tck
man. Esr;inkrr to Hun. h. li Veli-
1 any ifusfeQ-M?.TSLH
TJotary Public fur Ot-rspn.
V7. G. ITksset-
II. II. "WoL-rciis.
iTIIE GEM SALOON
MEDFOBD, - OBEGOIT,
Having opened our saloon in the new
brick building of Bycrs & Co. at Medfoid
we are now prep ired to furnish any'kind
of a drink that can be called for, m'ide
with liquors that are acknowledged to ba
the be'St in Ihe market.
A Fine Billiard Tulle
Will also be found tit this house and on
thetiible'syow can find 1he leading picto
rial and sporting papers of the day. Give
us a trial. Kcsxur & Woltees.
agh Sample Rooms
2 ". Jones, Proprietor.
None but the choicest and best Wmcs,
Brandies, Wlifckics and Cigars kept
DRINKS, 12J CESTS.
j!vb credit irr the future it don't nav.
I Families needing anything in my line
can always be supplied with the purest
' and best to be found on the Coast. Give
macall, and yon wilLbo nell satisfied.
Sacksaville Grescont Citi
P. McMahon, Proprietor
Stages leave Jacksonville every Monday
Wednesday and Friday morninss at-3 a
jr. arriving at Waldo in the evening, where
close connection is made next morrlin?
lor Crescent City. When the new wagon
road is finished about January loth
through tickets to San Francisco will bt
sold for $18 by this route.
Express and order -business done at re
The Bishop Scott Grammar
A Bonrdins and Day School Tor Boys,
Tho scvenllt year under the present
management will begin September 2d.
Boys successfully fitted for College or for
business. Five resident aaditbree visiting
teachers. Discipline strict. For further
information and for catalogue containing
list ot former pupils. Address
J. W. HILL, HeuiQIaslcr,.
2ma23 Drawer 17, garland. Or.
be had at this ho
J.-WiSIEimiTT. DH. J. W. EOBUiSOX
CITY BKUfi STORE
MERFtl.TT &, ROBINSON
Will keep oa hand the largest and most
complete assortment of
PATEXT MEDICINES ,t CnSIICAt.S.
PURE WINES & LIQUORS,
To be found in Sonlluro Oregon. Aloa
fu i stock ol
FINE CIGARS AND
And a trr-at varictr of Perfumery, com
mon and Toilet Snaps, etc.
CiT" Prescriptions carefully prepared by
Dr. .1. W. Ronixsox.
Dr. Robinson's office in Dru Stoe.
HEW CASH STORM
Has just opened a fine stock o(
His motto is
Quidc Sales and Small Profit.
And he feels assured that all who favor
liiui with their pation.ige will be satis
fied with liis prices and the quality ofhU
joods. He Ke-e-ps
UATS AND CATS.
nd everything usually found ".na first
class Gcnrn.1 Merchandise store.
lie will give his custnm-rs the benefit
of the reduced freights caused by the ad
vent of the railroad, and will flotlv under
sold by anyboilv.
M. A. HRENTANO, Manager.
Phoenix, 'rcgon, Feb. 23, 18S4.
THE S. P.
COIER Tun ilAKAOCMESrr oir
J. Vx. Little, Prop.
7-ILL BE KEPT WELL STOCKEr
Crest's Furnishing Goods,
Pishicg ackls, &c.
And everything .snally found in a fiir
class variety stnrc
My goods are the best and gurrantceer
to be as representee!. Prices low, as we do
not prnprose to licundcroold.
E"Gie us a call.
J R. Little..
A. S. JolnisGn.Pro.
Aa 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 vaiieties. This year Lwil
sell from the Wuodburn Nurse y as usual
and also from the celebrated Alameda
Nursery, Oakland Cal. The following
nru Mime of the leading varieties. L will
E. and L. Crawford's-
Brig?s Ttcrt 3Iay.
Yel ow Screen.
Lemon Cling and many more
Pntnoa and 3E1-iittis.
Petlite Pruned'Agcn Peach Plum.
Italian Prune Yellow Egg.
Go'dcn Prune Coe'a Go den Drop
Grosse Prune Bradshaw.
tCathrinePrnnc Japan Plum.
berries, Nectarine? Apricot, Qiunce,
pplerFrench Goosberry, Oregon i hnm
ragne Berries, and all kinds ot omament
al and shade tree3.
City Lunch House
Fred Grob, Proprietor.
Having moved" to my new stand on- Cal
ifornia street opposite the Union livery
stab e L ask my friends and the public
genem'Iy to gHe nie a call.
I keep ttecr. Wine and Cigars -and
t2T" A. first class luiKh. can be had at any
time for 23 cents.
Watchmaxee avd Jeweleb,
MAKES a specialty of cleaning and re
pairing watches and clocks. Mj
chvtps are reasonable.. Give mi a calL.
Has marked his goods down to
Hard Times Prices
newill sell yon MORE QOODS for
LESS MONEY than e7cr before sold
in Jacksonville-. His stock ts
,S GOGD AS THE BEST,
And llii prices will
It is seedless to enumerate the articles
he has to sell, as he keeps everything to
be found in a first-class
Gesarar Mcreliandise Store !
AVhen in town jive him a call and'hc
v.-yi ihow on sods at prices that wilt
KM0CIC TKH HARD TIMES
Idea clean out your head.
nis stock is varied and complete, and
you can hardly ask for anything he has
Remember the p'acc coroner ef Cali
fornia and Oregon streets
Highest- Market Price
FARM PHODTJCS !
JS"Call and sec if this adv.-rtisement
is not as true as compel.
NEWMAN FI HER.
B. H. BAKES,
Jacksozviile, - - Oregon.
The subscriber takis pleasure in in
forming the public that he has eipe-neds
.5S "SKE 0, KS Ptssxir
Buildini, and lhaSho ! now prcparea to
do all kinds of work in his line in a su
perior niannjr and at prices to suit the
t3Cl8tliing made after the latest and
btst siylcs. A large lot of samples al
ways on hand to select from.
Post Ofkich Dnr.inT"fK.NT, )
WASUIOTO, D. 0. Fm J, lfcS5 f
Pnnios ils will lie neeie-d at the con
tractofilce ol Uii3 department until i p. m.
of April 11, lt85, lor carry.u .he m.iils
of the United Stites noon ihe routes, and
according to the schedule ol arrival and
departure specified by the depirlnunt, in
ytatc of Oresim from'july 1, !8s.' to June
SO, l&)0. Lists of routis", with schedules
of arrivals anil departures, instrnctions to
bidders, with forms lor contracts and
bonds, and all other necessary info ma
tion. will be furnished upon application
to Hte-Sccoud Assistant Postmaster Gen
eral. FrtANK Hattoj;,
N Postmaster Gcnen'.
Eaxd Ovrica at RoaEBono, On , )
Feb. 25, 18&o. f
Kudcc is hereby given that the follow
ing .lannir-heir has filed, notice ot her in
tention to nnke final proof in support of
her eliim, and tnat said ru-wif w 11 be
m.idis before Ihe Judge or Clerk of Jose
phine counlyat Kerlnville Oregon, on
uturdiy April 4. 18Sj, vizr Mary E.
Leonard, Heir of David Walters, deceased,
homestead No. SlMO for the N y, ol S W
1-4 N E 1-4 ot S V 1-4 and lot 3'Scc. 32
TyOSR7est. She names the follow,
ing witnesses to prove her continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation of, said land,
viz: John VcDougall, Ed. Holland, Ja".
P. Lewis and Ira Dunham, all of All
house, Josephine county, Oregon.
Wm. F. Besjamik, Regiser.
Easd Office, Roscnuito, Or.,)
Feb. 9,1834. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow,
ing-nameel settler 1ms tiled notice of her
intention to make final proof of her claim,
and that said proof will be made before
the Judse or Clerk of Jackson county, at
Jacksonville-, Oregon, on Saturday, March
21. 18S. vizr Sarah Hopkins; Homestead
No. 8385 for the E ofN W if and b
of N Eif SfC.T.TaSSRJ5 West. She
'names the following witnesses to prove
hercontinous residence upon.and'cnltiva
tionof, said land, viz. John Attcrbcrry
John McKec, O. Weaver, Wm. Pence
all of Jacksonville, Oregon.
Wit. F. BRNJAJiiSr,Register.
tfzars, Tobacco, Clirrtlcs, Xottont rte.
Also keeps a full line ot musical instru
ments, consoling of
Guitars, Banjos. Tantborlncx, Aeorilcons.
Give me a call and I will satisfy yon
both in price and in tile quality of the
goods offered for sale B Rostee
PROP, E. T. KT7G-LEE,
Takes pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic that he has determined to
foi cash money, and not on credit nor
trade. JIusical tcims are taught fur cash
rnly.. all over the civilized world, and
credit, as an- exception, is given only on
WD M FIAD.Tlim
E. C. BRQOKSr -.
New Drug Storey
Jacksonville, r Or.
A fine assortment of 8-day clocks, with and,
Gents', ladies and boys'' gold and silver
hunting-case, open-face and skylighu
watches, from $5 to 150.
A fine, lot of ladies' gold band and bangle
Diamond and ruby rings, cameo stone1
cameos set with diamonds, cameos set
with pearls, garnet and pearls, turquoise
and pcarKand onyx rings with hidden
mottoes, solid gold baud and bangle, rings,,
plain and solid California rngs..
Diamonds in every Bhape.
Ladies' ets or jewelry, from the 50 cent'
black set tothe 200 bird sets of diamonds.
Gents' and ladies'1 gold chains, lockets
and charms. --
Iiixo fizLcI Suttons.
Gents' gold scarf-pins, scarf-slides, studst
Silver yzVt v.s..
Silver and silver plated knive?. fork's;,
spoons, napkin rings, silver sugar-spoons,
and tongs in cases
Gold and silver thimbles: cold, silver andl
steel spectacles; and n-fnll slock of every
thing in the jewelry line
A full assortment of perfumery, toilet:
lot of steel engravings and pictures for
In short, a complete and first-class line of
vlt to be sod at the
.llso accordeons, violins, bnnjos, and tho
best ineof violin, guitar and banjo strings,
Tlie best sperm oil for sewing machines.
A lull line of
Drugs and Medicines..
1 ;Q"i,Vrescription$ irefu'lv compo,indr-d'
E. C. BROOKS.
AW T0O CP MSDFORD !
Lots for sale at low prices and oa easy
terms. pplv to J. S. TIOWARD; Agent, at..
Also, in the Riilroad addition to the'
town of AtsHLAND.
Apply to H. L. McCall, Agent, Ashland--
Apply to M V. B. SOULE, Agent
Apply to M. L Pe-GUE, Agent, Goldl
Arply to 3. M.WILCOX, AsentGrani's.
Pas. Or to -GEO. II ANDREW,
O. & C R. R. Co., Portland Or..
AKD DC.Kn rs
COFFINS FURNISHED ON Tllir
short esl notice and oheaptr tlr.in atany
other establishment in Southern Oregon.
Furniture of all kinds kept on hand oa
made In order I
J. W. Ctnininghan, Prop..
This commodi ns and well erranireil
hotel is now open fur the accommodatinn
of guests, and will be kept on the most
The tab e will n'ways be supp'ied with
the best the market affords. Especial in
ducements are offered the traveling pub
lic J. W. CUNNINGHAM.
Medford, Feb. 23, 1884.
Criterion Billiard Sr.iouu
CALIFORNIA ST., ' -
i CATON &. GARRETT,
rPni3 popalai resort, under new man
I agement, is furnishing the bestbrnnd
ot liquors, wines nnd-eigars. Therendin
tabic is supplied with Eastern periodicals'
and leading papers of the Coast. Give'ino '
a call. ,. "-
Saloon Business for Sal'ri
The nmrersigned offers forsalelbeNcw
Era Saloon nnd ISi Hard Hall. This house
fa new and fitted up in first-class style
tlironcljout having in use one of Bruns.
wick S Bilke billiard tables; size 4Jx9f
size of building 2i x 40 with office 12 xlO.
Situation first-c'ass fine trade gooel opeu
ingloralivoman. Reason for selling, on
account of other "business. Will alsosell
the property without the stock.
Phoenix, Or., Sept. 20tb, 1884.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
undersigned by note or account
nre requested t call and settle up forth
with. Partiea knowing themselves in.
debted to me will do-wtll to heed thU no
tice, as I am determined to enforce pay
ment where it fs refused or neglected.
Jacksonville, Aog. 2, 188-1.
Drsfcolution of Partnership,
The oartnershiD heretofore existing be-
tween the undersignetL has been this day
uiesoiveu uy mniuai cnnseni, ah rc '
counts due and owing to the film of Solo-
mofl &3Iensor are to be paid to JosepH
So offlon, and all the debts of said firm arej
to bo paid by him. Wx.MESsORr
Jacksonville, Or, Jany 16, lbi5.