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t Sathudat. Marcii 28, 1885
Found A bundle of .icki
found on the valley road on Wednes
day list which the owner can recover
br'applying at tlie SENlINEL-oDice and
paying for this notice.
"Wasted. A position by a man and
wife 10 take charge of a hotel in any
jiortion of Jackson county. Long ex
perience is their recttmmendstion and
good references can be given if re
quired. Call on or address Sentinel
office, Jacksonville, Oregon.
6tJir. Climate In the orchard of
David Cronemiller of tin place can be
found a fig tree with figj on that had
not been picked last year, that ore
fstill hard and have never been frozen,
and the tree is now laden with a
crop in size about at I urge as peas. If
any one can beat tins for climate we
would like to hear it told.
New Suggestion. A Joint stock
mining company, with chares at $10
each is now being talked-of by our citi
zn. The object is to tunnel through
ajnouptain on Jiukson crepk-to lind a
"TjJTftTfirUad that it is expected to be
the richest ever ditcovered The plan
is a feasible one, andns no one citi' get
hurt much if the eitterptfte fails,
hope the project will succeed. Think
of this and don't ny no until yotr have
fully considered tint matter.
Benefit Conceive The entertarn
metit lalegiveii as a benefit for the
SiUct Cornet Band uill lie held next
Friday lien the fnlbiwiiig programme
is announced: I, Music by Juckoii
viilu Silver Cornet Bind;. 2, Clioru;
3: Declamation by Chan. Btlger,. 4.
song by Duiy Eileer, Wiui Miller
am) Emma Plymale; 5, Duel; C, Snlo
by Alir-K Ada Plvmale; 7, UectUtion
by G. A. Hubbell, ulj-c', A Money
less Man; 8, SIuic by Jackxnuvi h
Stlier Cornel Bind; 9, Song by Little
GiiK; 10, Recitation by Miss Laura
Cardweli; 11, Song by Johnnie Mii1i;
12, Duet by A. Schmilt and Son;. 13,
Solo by Mi-8 Cora Linn; 14, Sons hy
the bovi-; 15, Choriu; 1G, Mu-ic by
the Jacksonville Silver Cornet Band.
O'Nml SENTKNCfia On Monday of
this week Judge Webster over-ruled
the motion for a iew trial in the
U'Ueil murder cae mid in the after
noon of that day pronounced sentence
naming TiiuimIuv, May 21st as the
time ot execution. When a.k-d
whethei he had anything to say befoie
petiteuce hhou'd be passed upon him
O'Neil said that he was innocent of
the crime for which he wits convicted
and that be had not) ing to do with the
death 'of Lewis McDatiiel in any form
whatever. A luge crowd vi. drawn
to the Court House to hear the sen
tence but Itio prisoner reodied it with
eut atiy -apparent emotion seeming
"TeTs affected than oihers in the audi
ence. Exceptions veie taken by his
aitot nejs Mes-rs. Kaliler OMd Neil
and the case may be appealed to the
Circuit Court Pkocukdinss. Th
following business hat. transpired in
this court sini'it the last report of the
Sentinel.... Minnie Helms . Al
beit Ilidnii.; suit for divorce. Deciee
granted and plaintiff given custody of
minor chlldrnn. It was aKooidered
that defendant pay 500 alimony (o
plaintiff and pay the costs of the so. km.
. . . .State vs. Lewis O'Neilniurder in
the nrt degree. Motion fur new trial
denied and defendant M-ntenced to be
hanged on Thursday, Mnv 21, 1883
....Stale vs. Riclmrd K-ingslcv; as
bsult with a dangerous weapon. Coti
tinut'd until next term.... Cox it
Minor vs. J. 11. MayGehr; to recover
money. Judgment for 1,470 and
easts Ordered that the district at
torney be allowed his liil" of 250 for
fees at this term of court; also that
C. W. Kahler be allowed ?50 for de
fending Lew is O'Neil.
Religious Itkms. Rev. p. A.
Moses will preach at Brownsburo on
tha lirst Sunday in April.... Palm
Sunday will fall on the 29th inst. and
Easter en April 5ih, or one week theie
after. ...Rev. E. Gittii.s will hold
services at the M. E. Church in thiv
place Sunday, both morning and even
ing.... Regular L-nJen sertuei wilt
Ke helil at the Ctlholic church, in this
place, Rev. F X Blanchet officiating.
....Elder M. Peterson will hold ser
vices nt Wood villa on the evening of
the 2th innt, and Grant's Pass on the
f 1loinn day, or Sunday Rev. J
W. Shrevn will preach at the Missouri
Flit school-lions') Sunday, instead ot"
at tho Murphy uchoo'-house, us erron
eously announced last week.. . .There
will be no oervices in ilia Presbyterian
church in this place Sundae, morning
or evening,... Rev. A. It. Bickenhacli
will bo at Med ford Sunday nloruiug
New Discoveuv. Two parties liv
ing near town claim to havn discovered
a silver lode fifteen feet in width, lo
c'ated near the divide between, Jac t-an
and Gall's creeks and km e had their
locations recorded irt the Count
Clerk's office here. Numerous indica
tiens of silver hive bejn f-iuinl in tlat
locality before but no one could find
the ledge until n?w. If all report
ar true lliM will -prove a bonanza for
the Gn-lere'aC well as to. oar town, the
ledge being only four miles distant.
Tlieie are numerous quartz mines in
tills county that w'ou'd 'nil pay Jsrce
pro tits to any one that would pat in
tliccii iul rrqnired to work them, and
we cxprci to see a'c'ats'here ere lot g
that will give tbma the proper test.
The geld'and silver is Lrr and- our
people should rrmrniWrr that if"silr
isdewnlo 85" cents ort the dd'lacoue
ear-load will" bring wore than'tlie pm
duct ofteveral of our best frn.s no
Rain is badly .needed in this seel ion.
No vacant residences in Jackson
ville. 1-3 poundc sugar for $L at M: Mu
Good Brooms 20 cents-a piece at M.
Meteor's store. N '
Remember the concert fer the bene
fit of the Brass Bnd.
Chan. J. Howard is over from Jose
phine 'county on a visit.
For a good pair of beols or shoes go
to M. Mensor's store.
The fire department was out Tue
day evening for a drill.
Even the Doctors in Jacksonville
complain of tlie-hard times.
For a fine suit of clothes for almost
uothing go to M. Mensar's store.
Tree planting a"hd gardening srems
to be the order of the d.iy now.
A new brewery will con lie started
at Ashland by y.irties from Cili forma.
A necktie party will be held in the
Court House yard on Thursdav, May
Judge Prim, H. K. Uunna and J.
R.-Neii are at Satein attending Su
Now is your time, if you want bar
gains, tlon't wait, but call at M. Men
The next meeting of the fruit grow
er' association will be-held' at Ashland
jn Mutch 23th.
Several of the members of the A O.
U. W. here will visit the Medford
lodge to nigHr.
Lots of'new goods and at the low
est bottom prices just received at M.
Dr. D. S. Ilolton -ii now a resident
of Grants Puss having moved there
The regular term of Circuit Court
forJosephine county begins on Mon
day, April 13ih.
Gur Delpey has gone to EanV
,orerk to lake charge of Col. Jehu E!
Ross' stock- raucln
Hanley 4 Neitz-are starting out wi'h
a good liusTites in the butchering liuei
They furnish fine meat.
Don't go on any fool's errand next
Wednesday beeau-e I hat i;thn dale
usually set for all fou ' day.
Rev. Father MiGratli of Crescent
City paid our town a short vi-.it lliu
week the guest of Father Blanchet.
Henry Mensor is now prepired to
Uko druininersoranvbody else-to ativ
prt of the county at reasonable ratex.
Sev-ral brakemen haie lont their
positions on the O. k'C. R. R. since
the curtailing order for expenses went
A fine lot of new goods were re
ceittd at A. G. Calvin's thi week
which is the cause uf thn rush ru- hi
TVe residence oiTFred Sckmidtlin an
Want's creek was burned Sunday
morning loss about $1,200, no inaur
Rumor has it that a young couple
from this place will join hands and le
a one nxtweek. Well,. Jim,. we wi.li.
you good luck.
The W. C. T. TJ raeet nt the M E.
Chuich Msrch 28 h, at 2:30 p. m. All
friends of the ciuse are cordially ih-
vhrd to attend.
Notice Treasurer Fisher's ad-sertise
meiit today and if ou have any of
the county scrip called for prrSent it at
once and get the coin.
Monnay, April Glh ft. the last ilay
for laying taxes. Costs will accrue
after that time and no time should be
lost 'if all interested.
Mr. V. I NichoU, of Yreka, is soon
lo.locate in Links i le. to practice law
and also to look after his many inter
ests in that section..
Titos. J. Kenney has- purchased a
house and-lot of. Mr Ilsusei for
inei Ly occupied by Mrs. Cimbor&ky
and wib move thrre soju.
Residents of Medford will orcanize
a Presbyterian CfiUfch at Medford to
morrow. Rev. M. A. Williams will
be the Pastor in charge.
E "VT. Carter of the "Ashland bmk is
the new leader of tho A-hUnd Brass
Band and the members are making
good progress under his tuition.
A sheep's heal with the appearance
of being hull human was brought from
Butte Crejk this week ami we le.irn
thxt the tinders propose making a show
of it. ''
Th"j new warehouse for Ballview. is
expected there some time next week.
So Ahruhams will build it and will
usfl the timbers now in his warehouse
Messrs. llufler is Jackson talk of
putting in one ot their new sivle
pumps in either the Red Men or Beek
man wells so-thai people can. see their
Notice Judge Dav's new card in this
issue ai.d xheu vou rrquirn asistanut'
in bis linn vou can rest assured that
he will fix things up straight. He can
be relied upon.
V. V. Baker, editor of the Rurul
Spirit, has bwii apixiiuled Daiiy Com
inrsi'tner un ler I he new law liy tho
Governor. Salary, 551,-OOfA'aud-tra.yel-ingeajiensds.
Prof. J. N. noil Uae. gone to Link
vvllei to. take cliargs ef the .-oJ'Iiir
Bchool at that place as- prmcroal. The
Profesor h-vs hail charge of the Man.
ziliita dist-ict for a long lime past and
hasalwarii given "the best of aisfac
lion, slid the Ltnkville distnet cau be
c5ngrat'ulate3 uu i;ainiiig his services.
The well known Oregon hor". Alia-
mom owned by Jay B-ach, won new
lame's in Callfiirum tills wei
llieatinc nn'ed trotters of that Staie
best time 2:26J.
John H. Fink made Jacksonville n
pleasvnt visit this week iiitur.nng to
Sn Praiici.co via PortlinJ on Tue
day last. U-. is a nephew of Jacob
and Henry Elippel.
A. new stjle of churn, which is sim
ply the 'boss of the road," can.be seen
at Cronemiller & Blrdsey'. If you
want something neatnud cheap in that
line yve them a cull.
Geo. A. K:ng returned from Mon
tana this week on a isit alter art ab
sence of several mouth. He is lifw
rngaged in the sa'oou busiuesi there
and will return in u short time.
Newell. Hall this weeR showed us
the skin of a silver gray fox and he
tavs he knows of another fur which he
ofF-rk$50 He buvs till kmdi of furs.
and pa) s the highest cish price.
School Superintendent Culviglolda
the regular quarterly exrminatinn of
applicants for teacher's certificates to
day. The school apportionment will
be made uopie time next month.
In addiluri to keeping a general
merchandise store al Gold Hill Win.
P. Jauobv has been appointed agent
for W. F. & Co and Potmas'er nt
that place. William ought to do well
Work on the new bridge across
Bogus River will soon be commenced
hn Commissioners und vieoers luving
rtgreed'Oii the site. It Is uxpec'eil to
coil in-the i.eighboihoud of 12,000.
A man and woman were baptized in
Ashland cretfc opposite the Woolen
.Mil s ou k'un lav last. Rev. A. M.
Russell officiating. A large crowd
was present to witness the cereninuv.
Ceuutv Clerk P.irker visited Soda
Spriuas this week and although he
was there only a few davs he claims to
have been benefitted thereby. Visi
tors have already commenced arriving
The Kinsas legislature hes cenur 1
its coiiitHH-iimer ut the New Orleans
Exjiosiiion for inviiinJj ILtsom Davis
lo inspeut his depart meiit. Kansjn
does not belive in honoring the head of
A. Chale lias rented Rvan's rrvv
biiuk and "ill move hiS'taloou lo thai
stand us soon as the I uihlltu is finish
ed. He (imposes filling it up in gool
stjle and it sli.uld iketi be one of the
finest saloons in town.
Grant's Piss hopes to bo the county
leal of Ju-eidilne und now otiWs lo
furnub lliu county btillilu;s flee of
charge if the change it m.ide. The
matter will be submitted to the tax
pay u s ut Uu next election.
The Red Men will try to get reduced
rates over the railroad for v i.iitoif ut
tending their anniversary celebialiOu
ami ball on tlie 12th of May. A Uru
crsud is expected and the excursion
rates will no doubt be granted.
The body of younti' McClimg was
found in Appelgale this week i'elow
where the m ill carrier and Ins pvsen
gsra were drowned not lung since and
lUe Uody of Alex. N. Jones is now the
only one. that his not been fouutl.
G. ICarewski. has sold most of his
hardware iti wholesale to Bilger &
Maegjy ai d. whatever rem.-uns he will
store in his other stand on On gon
stieet. Call on liii'i if vou want lur
gums in his line before it is loo Into.
The M-thedist cliuicli choir has met
a severe lo-S sinc the departure of
Mr. and Mis. T. K. Bolton. Tie.
now resideirs of A.-hland vvlieie
Mr. Bolton will lie in charge of Brooks'
d'uguud jewelry stoie at that place.
Jnepli Drake was executed at Sileni
last Friday fur the mnriler o-f David
Swarlz, which was committed on the
night of 'he third of Us; May. He
protested his innocence to the last, and
lied without any manifestations of
Hon. Binger Hermann, Reprispnti
live in the ,40th Congress from On
son, has returned home from Wah
ititon, wher Lp went a few weeks
nao, to be present at tll close of the
4Stb Concrpss and at ihe-inauguratiuu
of the Ftesitk-nt.
Su erintendent Johnson ofthe O
t C. R R and njent Fronk of Med
'iinl were in town on - sh'irt viit list
Tue.-rtav. This a Mr. J ihtisnn'i. (jrst
visit to Jacksonville and he expressed
liintse'f njjreeab'y surprised at the ap
pearance of our town.
Thrt Misses Johnson nnd Civrs
have gone Into the dressm iking busi
uess and cm bn foun 1 nt the residence
of A S. Johnson. Good work nnd
low prices is their mwtoand they cuar
anlew satisfaction m n'l cases. Give
them a trial and bx convinced.
Mi's. Mat tie A. Budge tec! tire J at
A-hlalid on temperance tomorrow
evening Evervboily there Reem well
pleased1 with her and he In, ylimvn
lier own nppreciitiou "of the- placn bv
purclusing some town property (here
aad may make that her home.
Two ntldle, belonging to Hendriek.
Goddsrl.ind Eiut Guleman, of Wag
ner creek, were stolen fnini Jlr. Gj1
ilsrd's stabts one night recently, und h
pair of burses which hav been missing
from tlip Mine nigiriorhool for some
tiiner Ktijipose.1 lo h-ive Ktraved, are
now lielieved to have been taken bv
th thieves to fit the saddks to
Rport savs tftt El. HariW has
becitn" a mimed man having united
fortunes with one F the lelles of
Eastern Or-;on The auiiouui-emetil
here caused several bid cases of heart
HisriKo and! to settle, th- witter we
telegraphed! lirm to- fne.1 out how mat
ters stood whn lie repliml tbit it wa
nothing but n darr.cr.ilic lie. Tile
patients are cow itHproriiip
if the U.S. LieJ-fce atjlakenew,
nit now the leadiligiritieiVhaiit, of .Pais-
It-y, dropped in oii'Use eVd yii.d
made a pleirsaiitsilLjH was'oo bis
return from 'Sin "Francisco, cotnTna
via Fori land, but must again return
in tin IS ir Utiyp'tore going Uome,-
bavvtig liusiness to attend lo at that
B. B. Porter, traveling agenf for th
Haywurd baud grenade, was in town
this week and ni-tdn us a call. He ap
pointed Geo. S. Bi lings of Ashland
agent for Southern Oregon nnd Mr.
Porter informed Us tint th ngeiu
would rovfli giye a puMic. exhibition in
Jacksonville of tbesrfiicienc) cf hi
grenades in extiuguuhiug a fire.
M. E. Pfue his .'returned to G.dd
I Hill froubft irip to die Eastern States
aim savs mat ir lie is u ueituiller to
uiiv ohm he wants thiii to shou- whsn
and whete. "W myy lielirv that Mr.
Pogue was wrongfiilfv- accused and
feel glad in making- the acknowledg
Hon. n. B. Miller," Senator from
Josephine, was in town Thursday and
made us a pleasant call. Ho made an
excellent record as a wide awake, leg
islator for all the interests he lepr
sMited aiid'we are only sorry that he
does not livii wilhiriUhe boundaries of
JU'igiVLi li. vv eoner says lie lias
not vet fudy luadeiip his mind in re-
gsro to me purchase OI the.Ueiitelintal
hridge acnS Bogue River. Judge
DePj-att of the county court has also
been il.inki'ig of buying th'is bridge
and wr uwnit develodemeiitslo sic who
secures the pnzv.
Goeemcr Moody has appointed the
following gentlemen. fo cnnsiiiuie. the
S Hte Biard of Iniiuigiatioii Con.niw
"ioners: Hon. !L W. Co'beit and
Chai'le 11. Dodd of Portland. Hon,
L. B. Cox, of Pendleton, W.N Ladue.
of s'iiWih, and Hon. II. B. "Miller, of
Manv new romeis are daily seeking
information about Oregon al the room
of the Oregon luituigiation Biaid.
Tht-y are. mosilv from the Western
.States, I.limiix, N"ebrask i, 'Ohio le,f
111. Ala-Ut hevmv percent, of the
emjuirers coiiie with Southern Oirgon
as an olj u:i e point.
A party composed of Henry K'ip
pet, J. (J M. Cully u'ld-Jsiiues-A Law
lence sturl fol Cilinuhar to day.exp'Cl
ing to be absent h aoutile of mouth".
Tliey go for diffrent purposes hut all
will join in prospecting .that secticu
for gold and if anything is found h
romjiany is already organized to woik
the claim. ,
What :ipppsE?d to be an inc-'ndiari
fire wa discovered in X. B. Kut'h barn
about ten o'clock last Tuesday night
but it was seen in time to prevent anv
rrious damages- A bench ofinalches
was found near where, the Jr.iv was
Inn iiing, ami it tould not bare been
afire long be.'ore discovered, but the
guilty parly bas-Jioij4-beeiacaight
Ojrrdd lime fris-n'd, B. C. Go bUrd,
for several ears Assessor of Jackson
county, but now an honest granger,
pud nHH.vt.tt one da this week. He
says that the farmers Viieeil' ami nitHi.
hsveiam before long lo insure good
crops. Mr. Goddard says he don't
propose Si'itiving. however, as he has
si.n.ething like 7,000, pounds of beans
left from last eis crop, ndJ'Se,iiig
found a market notwithstanding he
offers them at a ver low dure.
In the United States circuit court
vesieiday Judge Dendy rendered h
decision in the case ofIuiwrrnce Har
rison and oihers against the O. iSt C
rn'ioitl, upon the petition of Receiver
Koehler lor iiuthorilv to. borrow inon.
ey to siy fur st-el r.nl mid o'lnr ma
teiitl ordeied befoie tlm roidpisseU
ni'o lus h'ltuN. The petition w.is al
lowed, and the court ordered ihii the
receier should borrow 106,009 for
ihe term of nine months.
The Ashland Council, his pissed an
ordiniiic-e ''to prevent domestic fowls
funning nt large within tlie limits of
that city" nnd the domestic fowls
should therefore "look a litt'e .out."
A friend living in our nighboring
city informs us that the next ordi
nance hu looks for will reaal at.oot as
followsr "Any manor womnn, w hile
or black, bond or free, who vhall mike
ii face, giggle or t'mi at any niemu' r
of Uiis society.orwlioshalU-av','-Hells)
Bildil'or "Shoot the lut," or "Get
on to his nihl ' i ill hi. sudden r ynnk-
il liefori! 'ho rnbiiusl of Three, and,
upon com ic'ion, hanged with a clothe
line until he or she is us tle.ul as a door
nail: for verilv this socielv will not
jif-t nut nny umpie levity or freedom of
speech not miicb. '
' ' f T' - j
Meiifohu ELfCTtox At the- elro
lion forlown ollicera for MedforJ the
tot ow ing iiroved the successful candi
li'es; For Tru ees, J. S. Howard,
I J. Phipp-, Dr. E. P. Geary, Wvm
Birr and A. Cliilders. marshal, J
II. R-ifiehl. Recotder, R. T. L-iw
on. Treasurer, Cha-. Strang. Stieet
Coiniiiissiouer, E G. Hunt. 9S vo'es
cast ut the election.
AVIIJ, YOU SUFFEr. with Dvs-
'pta nn.l'Ltver C.nofdaiii'1 Shiloh's
Vi'alizT is guaranteed lo cure .you.
Fur wile" af- E O. Urrwiks.
SLEEPLESS N rOW IS', m.ido iiim
eruble Iiy tlntfrrt'de tugh." Shllott'ii
Cur-.i tho r meily fur j ou. Brooks
fce( lis it.
is Ort Banc creek, Kerch 13, IfcSo,
Jlr. aotlMrs. J. F. Davis, a sou.
Bi'khess fhwWlHkirris creek, jrarclt 23.
lSfv5, to Mr. nod ..(. E, Burgi'.s.a
CrtrxOn Thrwtpson .crecV, March 8,
lSSfo Xr. and Mrs- John 31. Culp, a
IsiM On Hatch W i3. nearShrrUte.
Jnn connty Alawikivwien, wife or
USff Isom; agea apouires yeiri
Hi-atltl or -CTi.s
" Onf iioticvable feutuie uboui Jew
ish reiueteiies in th South' is tlie
scarcuv of nelv made graves after
an epidemic of cholera-or ellow feer.
Statistics show that fewer of them die
than uiiv other racs from llicse er kin
dred diseases. During the cholera
scourge in louloii only twoortholox
jews died of it, while in numbers they
eojtalled fully 20 per cent, of the pop
ulatiou. Their immunity f rem diseas.-,
and the certainty with which they re
cover hefi attacked by it is accou'itpd
for by the simplicity of their diet.
They are very strict about following
the dietary laws- iiresrrihed by Mojix.
Isn't it a little strange that Moses, if
he. was only a historian, should have
possessed knowledge superior to that
of the wisest and best physicians of the
present day! Hit evidently believed
in preventing di sense rather than cui
ing it. Tnisis what lie Haven's Dv
pepsia Cure aims to do; it acts directlv
on the digestive juices of the stomach
and lait'i prevents nnd cures Indiges
tion a-nl Dyspepsia. Free sample bot
ilea at E. C. Brook's drug store.
PEACKMETACK a lasting and fra
grant ierfinne. Price 25 and 50 cts.
a:E C. B.-ooks'.
SHILOH'S CURE' will immediate
ly relieve croup, whooping cough and
ARE YOU MADE, miserable by
'indigestion, Constipation, Dizzilirss,
Lo,snf Apneite, Yellow Skin? Shi
oh'a Vitalizer is a positive cure.. For
sale bv E. C. Brooks.
THE l!EV. GEO. If. THAYER,
of Bourbon, Intl., S2V: "Both niv
self nnd wife owe our lives to SHI
LOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE."
Brook keeps ir.
a positive cure-for Caiarrhj Diphtbeiia
and Ciiik.'r Mouth. Brooks can-furnish
FOR DISPEP3IA nnd liver :om
plaint, jou have a printed guarantee
on every hottl of Shiloh'a vitalizer.
It never fails to cure. Brooks keepj
SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what
you need for Constipation, Los of Ap
peti'e. Dizziness and all srmptnins of
Dyspepsia. Pi ice 10 nnd 7o cents ptr
I ottle. For Sale at E. 0. Brooks."
Nodot Clothing Stouk. Ashland
Or-gon is the place Tor even man nnd
bo', old or young, to buy their Fall
and Winter clothing and furnishing
goo-l beciuseyon can buy better goods
for your inotiev and you will livelong
ami prosper, but if you gi and pay thf
old fashioned price" fur good-i and
then get shoddy clothing jou tire liable
lo swear because you nre cheated,
eateh coin because the goods are
shoddv and wll not keep you wirui.
and then. die, nnd then what will be
come of vr.u. Go to the-Nobby Cloth
ing Store ly all means, take no such
chancos! Tailor shop in connection
So you can get anything jou vant in
the clothing- line.
A Card. Wo take pleasure in.ari
nouiicing that Pruf. E. T. Kugler bus
resolved to i emaiii in Southern Oiegon.
He is we 1 pletsnd wiih this country,
which he declare,, for health,
cenery ami p oductWe oil, fiiii
i'nr to his itiitive Rhine count n!
sJinike friends, who became tpute
uhionic diseas-tl br continued meddling
with. Mr. E T KuglerV personal pri
va'is business in setting any kind of
storv to the cotl'raiy lit circu anon.
would do Well, to tnso the Professors
Oilvise to. mind their own business.
bv keeping their une'eatt snouts, off,
from h'iilFairr Mr. Kugler means
w hat ho sv s.
Mi tke ITiijr,
To captivate the popular lata nnd
surpiss all previous efiorts to please
the palate, requires io small amount
of knowledge amino litteskilf, and
when weremeiiiber that the very agree
hie liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs
is as beneficial to the system, as it is
acceptable to the slomnch, v.e reidil.v
understand why it is the universal fi
voritnasa cure for Habitual C nisti
patiou and other His arising from a
weakness, or timctivo condition of the
B"). els Kidnevs, Liver antl Stomach.
S.itiiplo bottles free nud large bottles
for sale by Merntt i Robinson, Jack
Riui on a. Bank.
Reames Bros, am receiving a fiae
assortment of Fancy and Drv Goods,
list". Clothing, Boots anil Shos, and
Knet assortment of Ladies Cloaks
ihot ha' ever heeii brought to this
market. All of which they are selling
at prices tint dsfy uompshition.
A. P Sb-ii-pstein, a Democratic
olfico seeker from Wal a Walls, writes
hinie from W.isliuigioti.that the chance
in get nil ofhVe is Very pOirv He Was
t.f&ied nothing but n littlo foreign ap
p.iintnieni, and when he declined that
lie was told to ' o to h W."'
For Sal& The undersigned desir
ing to lemovr to Portland soon, offers
all his household and kitchen furniture
for sa'e. At reasonatiln figures. For
further particulars enquira nt air resi
tencef IJ-. If. Dowkll.
H ions'' Wasted Tim undersigned
will pav ! he-highest cash price for bear
akins and nil idher kinds of furs, derr
"kins, etc. Call atnuml lefor sellin;j.
TttOS .1. KESNEY
3IIS3 S. JOHNSJ.S'.
3Ii3s VI. Caveus.
We arc now prepared to take orders for
anything in th" Dressmaking line and
ask :lie-Iidi ofjsrksonville to give twa
sat re of their patronage We
At prices lower than crcr aki tT in Jack-
Isonvllle. Roorasat tbe Trsidcnceof X?.
t'tM.u. e5snl,,a1tj. im',,1
' Hrssts Cayers & Joaxsox.
Tocxclungon bouse of 1 1 moms und 2
'ots lOOsIO-') feet vvltb spring and riaier.i
w.-.tcr oj it, near iiiiblio sClioil and street
cars, in city of Portland, rents for $:3 per
morftli. win cxclringe lor go,K sto'lc
Jddress, G. W. Laitke.ss.O. U. NCo.
CoUSTtTKEAsitJHKa'-i PIUsT XOTICK
J,ACKSO.NVlLf.E..MurCh 2(5..1SsS. 1
Notice is hcrtbv given that there are
lunds In the county treasury for the rc-
demption or county warrants, protested
up to August 31.1&J0 inclnsivs. Interest
on luo same win cease irom tui uaf:.
Treasurer oI Jackson Vo- UrJ
Notice U hereby given that I, the nr-
u;rsignur nave taken nponeosy linrsc
mi betb as follows: Two while feet on
right side, -white speck in right eve, forv
Iiead while, and saddle marked, about 12
years old anttappraised by J. Y Wimer,
justice oi iue reaoc lor iiurpny precinct
at twenty dollars
David Lind'a?; Sir
Hanley" & Neitz. Props.
This market is nowfully prepared to
iurnu iuc puoiic wiiu.iue cuoiccai qual
Of allkindo, including
mm; 2 ail' 3a-saainnrji3.
CORN-BEEF; SAUSAGE & LARD
Thn. mnfit fjivnmlile tnftnrMiipntQ nfT.reit
to patrons, and no effort will lis spared to
ward giving gmerul satisfaction. ,
Soda Springs HoteJ,
On the Linkvillc Road,
Ten MLIea Frora"Aslilantl,
L. B. Teener., Proprietor.
This nVitcblns icccntly been mucUcn-Urged-aml
iinpioved.aua now ha pleas
And excellent accommodations for guests
Thoe In Search Of Enalth
Should give these
jTamous Soba Springs
A trial, as they are admitted to poss;ss
s.tifln-l'iil rtii w tiTTsi nltilii 100
tti'Ullblti.i filial tirb Vill illll J
Nopiinswill be spind to render the
sojourn .'I invaliSLor others p'eus.iut and
The fible vvr'll be- served with tho best
the rmrkct siIIohU.
SILAS J. JIXAs-Y,
Notary- Public, Real Ettate Ayt:
Abslnicts madsi of Titles to Lands.
Ziogal 33 ocumonts
Of all kinds drawn up, especially pertain
ing to the settlement of estates.
Collector of Accounts Prompt
IaTCstmint Securities, a Specialty.
Iacl:s:m Uounly Scrip Uought and. Sold
I hare a complete set r Jlips of all
Surveyed Lunds iu this county, and re
ecive abstracts montlily fronilio-cbur-f ot
ail new entrisSsjnide. I urn lints pre
pared lo m-ikc out Homestead and Prc
ciuptioi papers, and can thus sivutopir
tiesthe expense of a trip to Rosehurg
.Several fine farms arc in my hands tor
Prompt reply made to all letters.
Charges in accordance with the times
Hefers, by permission, to C. . Beck
nun, Esq, "B inker; to Hon. L. R. We'e
stcr, Jude or this judicial district, ami to
.my business house in Jacksonville.
Uflkc at south east corner Ca ifornia
and 9lli street, Jackson vil lev Oregon.
SILAS. I. DAY.
Mrs. P. P. Prims'
Mi lineiy Stors. '
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS
Twill offer my entire slock
FOB COST AM) FREIGHT!
HAT? OF ALL. STYLES,
ORNAMENTS, SILES- XACES,.
Geallnu-nY and Ladies' liifl!ktrc!iitfs.
ETC., ETC, ETC.
Call and see them nt the building form,
crly occupied by A. L Johnson on Cali
foruia Btreet. MRS. P. P. PKIJL
Ottf Fdltiw. Raililkf JttLiorWllt; OttsA:
SHEET IRON, doBEER, LEADJ,'
AURIliULTURAL" IMPLKMKN" Jv
A FIUST-GIUS. STOCK OF STOTKiP
Fuso aad Caps,.
WOOKN a IVILLOW WARE'
Paints Oils, Yarnlsh, (Jlasir
Shot, Srashs, Clsaias. oso
i . ETC.. ETC-
I have secured" the services of u flrst
cUkj lucclianic, antl' am prepared to do
all repairing promptly and in superior
In connection with the abovo I am re
celvinsrnnd have ronstantly on hand a.
full and Ur-t-cla3s stock of
miY-oooDs, onsi n oiSv tobacco-
nnAUY jiaue cturiiisa.
Ufc.VSSWARE. CnOCKKUY, &c.
Ercrything soM at reasonible nle.
T , , K.KUBLI.
Jacksonville, March 9, 1S7U. M
mm 3I1LLE2. - TropricJori
nR.VIXR IN ALL KINDS OF AORI-
1 ctiliui.il implements, tools of alB,
kindi and a general, assortment op sheli!
Re also keens the Itirsest stock of. ancn
al! the latest' improvements In
ASD'A'FtrLt, .VSaOUTlIEST OIT
AND ALL KINDS OF OIL.
Give him a caH'iimtA-urninc his slock.
before making yliur purchases. '
Of cither scs admitted to tho
UOHTLAND BUSH7ESS C0LLEG3
On any ircek-day of tho year.
Tho Collegs Jonrnnl, containing informa
ion of tho course of study, rates of tuition.
board, examination, eta. nnd cuts of dIaIb.
ma ornamental penmanship, free. Address,
A T. ABMSTRONG,
Lock Box 101. PoBTtASD, On.
3-In lerUinj, please mention Vii3 papcr
Owinyto ill licalili I ufilT for sale tho
property in .-Ishluml known as- ".Marsh's
Planing vtilr," alsiv tlto ICcarvCreck Saw
Mill, prorx-rty I wll sell tho wholeoy
one hatfofeithcror b-ith properties, at a
birgnin lo the right kind of a business,
mm. This is a raro ch incc for an nctive
man t secure the best business in South
ern Oregon. For partitulas apply to tho
undersigucd nt Ash. and, Oregon.
All tb.xe kno-vrrvc-tllnii'ic'Tyes indcht-el
to the cstato at Madame Jane Holt, (la-
re-tssr? nee. lierehr notirlpil tltnt nn tW-
. :.K :s ..,"-i ;,.. vt. u
iueii.iiv7 3'iiiriuciii. uiuvi uc nnu nil
andahcrvby save cost. "
Jacksonville, use. so, lBSf.
Sslo tor Sale
1 The RiTooir irmperty at CJlavaryl.
bridtre. cnniisMnj of tlu hotti) lIf(ttorr
and fixtures, is offered for sale at a bar
gain. For particular call on
ThomXs ''hAvm it
Gild Hill, January, ISM,