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Saturday, Mat 23, 1885.
Sopkkmc Court Decisions. Id
the cue of C. Neil vs, J. C. Tolman,
T. Dunn mod- Jr. Houck, concerning
water rigbtc ia Ashland precinct, the
judgment of the lower court was modi
fiad, giving Tolas an- et al. 120 inches
of waUr instead of 160 inches. The
judgment in the case of Neil et al. vl.
Tolman et al was affirmed.
Presentation. Appreciating his
efferts in the Maekey- ease the Jose
phine delegation last Wednesday night
preiented District Attorne) Kent with
a $12 nugget of Althouse gold, about
the finest specimen we have erer seen.
The presentation wa.i made at the
Table Bock salaon and it is needless to
ear that all present seemed to. be
The Josephine Ceowd. For about
ten days previous to Thursday last e
havo had Rome forty old residents ef
Josephine county with as witnesses
in the JsTackey case. Nearly all of
thsai were miners, eld-lime residents
" of Southern Oregon, and a more jovial
sit it would be hard to find. They
evidently enjoyed their trip, meeting
many old frieads here, and we hope
that all can make it convenient to call
Marshal Arrested. John Bed
field, City Marshal of Medford, was
arrested this week on a charge of as
sault and battery on a young man
named MiCarty and brought here for
trial before Justice Foudray. A large
number of Med ford witnesses appear
ed at the trial when defendant was
found guilty and sentenced to pay a
fine of S10 and costs amounting to
about $91 in all. The Marshal was
charged with beating McCarty over
the head with a heavy king boll inflict
ing bruises that were not necessary in
making the arrest. Red Geld paid
the fine but the costs still remain un
paid and stand against him as judg
ment. A MuJuricENT Offer. The com
mittee ap ointed by the citizr us of
Grant's Pass and vicinity to solicit
mny by subscription, to be donated
to the county commissioners for the
erection of county buildings, provided
the eounty seat be located at Grant
Pass on the first Monday of June next,
say they have already secured S1.CC0,
with the positive assurance of $400
more, making the fund $2,000. Next
week they will execute a bond for this
amount, to be filed with the county
clerk, insuring the payment of the
Money so suSscribed. In their opinion,
this ought to be a sufficient guarantee
to ths. taxpayers of Josephine county,
that in ease the ounty seat is located
tOrant'a Pass, they will nothave to
tuffer taxatioa far the erection of build
mgs eenveuient far the transaction of
. county business.
Religious Items Rev. A. R.
Bickrnbaeh holds services at Ashland
on the coming Sabbath .... Elder M.
Petersen will preich at Medford Sun
day morning and evening.... Iter. H.
C Fleming will preaah at the Lone
Oak school house Sunday at the usual
hour.... Rev. Wm. Pullen preaches
at the upper school house on Williams
ereek Sunday next.... Rev. Wm.
Lund of Coos bay will hold Episcopal
services at the Presbyterian church in
-thisp cj Sunday.... On the solemnity
ef Pentecost, high mass will be sung
at the Catholic church in this place at
10 o'clock, Bsv. M. J. Straeten officiat
ing. Solemn vcspeisin the evening at
7:30 o'closk, with a sermon. Subject:
The Dhinity of Christ." Elders
llussell and Slover will hold divine
services at Medford on Saturday be
fore the first Sabbath in June, for the
purpose of organizing a Baptist church.
All wishing to be constituent members
will be present at 10 o'clock of thatl
day with the proper qualifications....
The third quarterly meeting for Jack
aoaville circuit, M. E. Church, South,
-will be held on the 23d and 24th at
the North Phoenix school house, near
J. W. Collins'. Preaching at 11
o'clock on Saturday and basket meet
ing on Saaday. Official members
from all the societies are requested to
be present. The sacrament will be
administered. Ber. J. R, N. Bell
will be in attendance.
P. A. Moses, Pastor.
A.2tNtvEnsART. The annual meeting
f the Jacksan county Bible Society
was held at the Presbyterian Church
in Jacksonville, on Saturdar evening
May 17th inst, Rev. M. A." Williams,
President, presiding; the minutes of
the last meeting were read and ap
proved. On motion, a committee of
three, consisting of Rev. A. R. Bick
enbach, A. S. Johnson and J. W.
Herritt was appointed to nominate
officers for the ensuing year. The de
positary and Treasurer presented his
report, which was approved. Rev's.
M. A. Williams, J. R, N. Bell and A.
R. Bickenbach addressed the meeting
in behalf of the Bible cause; after
which, Rev. T. a Hetxler, district
superintendent of the American Bib'a
Society, delivered bis address, in which
he gave a statement ol the work done
within hit jurisdiction during the past
year. The committee on nomination
of officers for the ensuing year report
ed as fellows: Rer. M. A. Williams
for President; all resident ministers ng
Vice Presideats; Wm. Hoffman, De
pository and Treasurer; John A. Boyer
Secretary, and A. S. Johnson, 8. J.
Day and Wat. Metre-, executive eonv
snittee. The report was adopted and
the persons named were declared duly
elected for their respective offices. A
collection wm takes tip for the Bible
causa, assoanting to $16.50 and $7.50
additional contributed at Phoenix.
M. A. Williams, Pre.
Jobs A. Boyer, Secy.
Rain and cold weather this week.
$2J worth ef goods for $15 at Men-
A. G. Coir in is agent for the Os
Miss Mamie Judge of Ashland is
here on a visit..
The Board of Immigration, meets, at
Wa. Bybee Jr., is back from east
of the mountains.
Go to- Mentor's store for bargains
bsfore it is too late.
Miss Carrie-Penn here on a visit
to her old time friends.
Crockery .and glassware at a bar
gain at Mentor's store.
More rain, more wheat and more
money for everybody.
The best standard prints 20 yards
for $1.00 at Mensor's store.
Fruit will be abundant in Jackson
ville from.-present appearances.
The Chtmpions oMIonor entertain
rrent has been indefinitely postponed.
The Keady local option law goes
into effect on the 29th of this month.
Henry Klippel started for San
Francisco yesterday to be gone several
The rush still continues at MensorV
store because he is selling goods for al
Hon. Wm. Kahler and wife are ex
pected back from their trip to Eastern
Oregon to day.
Ber. E. Gittins has removed to
Grants Pass where he will hereafter
make his headquarters.
The largest and best stock of goods
in town in being sacrificed for almost
nothing at Mensor's store.
The M ackey case is said to have cost
over $1,600, the mileage of witnesses
causing a large part of the expense.
John Roloson has gone to Union
town with a force of carpenters to
build a new barn for Robert Cameron.
A young lady named Ingle.-nan,
aged about fifteen yearn, died on Suck
er creek, Josephine county, this week.
C. C. Beeknian starts for S.in Fran
eisco to day. His daughter, Hits
Carrie, will accompany him on his re
turn. Bibles at 25 cents and upward and
Testaments at 5 cents and upward, ra y
be had of Wm. Hoffman at the depos
itory. The contract for building a wind
mill on the grounds of tho Fisters
Academy has been' let to John T
Mrs. H B. Watson has gone to
Portland to reside, the Judge having
located there and now enjoys a lucra
Deputy Sheriff Stead man has re
signed his position and will go to Link
ville for a time to risuuie his trade of
E. C. Kane, the gentlemanly rail,
road agent at Ashland, paid Jackson
ville a visit the other day ia company
with his wife.
An Eastern circus is expected to ar
rive in Portland by way of Northern
Pacific about July 1st. Save jour
short bits, boys.
A fine lot of cattle were brought
from the upper end of the county this
week by George Barron. They were
for John Orth.
A case of crira con is said to be th
subject of gossip in the northern end
of the county and an attempt at settle
ment is being made.
A neat front is being put en Jones,'
saloon corner by M. M elisor and when
finished it will present a much ini
The present term of Circuit Ciurt
terminated quite suddenly by the Su
preme Court declaring the new jury
S. S. Aiken, now a resident of
Flounce Rock precinct, was in town
the other day. He is now sawing
some fine sugar pine lumber at his
Contributions were solicited this
week for the purchase of a band wagon
for our silver cornet band which met
with a liberal response from our cit
izens. Rumors of a mob to hang some one
were in circulation this week but the
attempt has not yet been made and
there is no likeliheod that it will be
Mr. C. C. Beekman recently present
ed two lots to the Trustees of the
Presbyterian Church at Medford. J
S. Howard, A. L. Johnsou and Dr. E.
P. Geary are the Trustees.
John Myrtlo was found guilty of
larceny this week but owing to the de
cision of the Supreme Court in regard
to our jury law Judge Webster has
not yet passed sentence.
Next Saturdar is Memorial Day
which will be duly celebrated by the
G. A. R. Post at Ashland. Prof. J.
W. Merritt of this place has been se
lected to deliver the oration.
A special session of the Legislature
should be called by Governor Moodt
to straighten up all matters that were
unconstitutional, unfinished or only
half done by our last legislature.
Thos. F. Beall has returned from
his visit to Salem and we are informed
that he states that Lc found his bill
affecting the Central Point side track
passed both houses of the Legislature
and that the Governor had also ap
proved it with his signature. Evi
dently some one is mistaken in this
George t Rogers, a former; resideui
of Jacksanville,returned from Smith
River, Cala., this week nd- we learn
that he intends opening ft barbershop
The Laditi Missionary Aid Society
will meet Thursday May 28th at the
residence of Rev. A. R. Bickenbach at
2; p. it. Mrs. Wm. Turner, Pres.
Mrs. W. J. Plthale, Sec,
Dr. Pryee, after a trip to the East
ern States, has located at Medford for
the practice of his profession and asks
a share of public patronage when, in
ueed of medical skill. Read his ard.
George Love and wife have returned,
from Portland and lire-ad present re
siding at the home farm, near town.
They will soon make their home in B.
F. Dowell'a brick JresiifeDce in Jack
sonville. Mrs. Sarah Zigler of Roseburg, and
Mrs. E. Autenreitb of Yreko are here
on a visit to their sister Mrs. P. Brown,
who ha been sick for several months
past, and is bus little better at this
Yesterday's "Oregonian" gives a
good description of the quarts, mines
in Southern Oregon noticing in partic
ular the mines in Jackson county.
This paper now ranks with the best in
Jacksonville public school closes
Friday of next week. The closing
school year has been most prosperous
and satisfactory and Jacksonville can
well boast uf its excellent educational
Over 9,000 yards of flannel was
shipped to Schweitzer, Sichs k Co.,
Sau Francisco, this week by the Abh
land Woolen Mills. These goods are
beginning to get the reputation they
Mr. Kendall, the efficient manager
of the W. IT. Teleraph office at Yreka.
was married to Miss Nixon, daughter
of the editor of the Yreka "Journal"
last Thursday evening. We extend
The business house of Landers k
McConnell at Ashland has been closed
by creditors, their liabilities amounting
to something like $5,000. They have
heretofore been considered among the
solid men of the town.
As if by macio ones pains vanish if
he be a sutferer from rheumatism or
neuralgia and applies St. Juaobs Oil,
the pain-banisher. For Coughs and
Colds Red Star Cough Cure is a safe,
pleasant, sure remedy.
Trapper Connor of Siskiyou county
is in town again after an absence of
some fifteen years. He is on his re
turn from the New Orleans Exposi
tion, and he also took a look at the
big men at Washington while absent.
JohnTocpper has just finished a fine
large barn on his tot in town.
If he lives there long his lot will not
admit of the improvements he will
want to make, and he will have to en
large his premises accordingly. Wish
we had more of his kiud.
Mis. N. J. Fitch of Eugene City was
serenaded by the Silver Cornet baud
at the residence of her brother David
Linn on Thursday evening. Refresh
ments were serted, and the oc:asiou
was a very pleasant one for the lady
and her o'.d time friends.
The TJ. S. Hotel is offered at Sher
iffs sale the auction to takn place June
20th. Fur a roan capable of running a
first class hotel a. rare chance is here
offered as under good management it
would prove the best paying business
in this end of the State.
Hon. Henry Klippel, J. C. Mc-
Cully and Adam Ruhl returned from
the Cinnabar eouutry the first of the
week. Mr. Klippel has been out
there for his health, which is much
improved, and he will leave to-day on
a business trip to San Francisco.
The Womens Christian Temperance
Union ill meet Saturday, May SOtii,
at 2:30 r. m , at the residence of Rev.
A. R. Bickenbach. Everybody is in
vited to attend.
Mrs Alice Bickenbach, Pres.
Miss Alice Dorris, Rec Sec
The material, consisting of wire-rope,
pulleys, etc., fcr the free ferry at this
place have been ordered and will be
here to morrow. The lumber for the
boat is being sawed, vand men will be
put to work on its construction Mon
day next. Gsant's Pass "Courier."
The Ancient Order of United Work
men appeare to be in a tolerably flour
ishing condition in the northwest. At
the beginning of the year it numbered
2873 members. At the end of March
the number had increased to S2I6,
and at the end of April was 3163.
The Sentinel office is not the only
place in Southern Oregon where yon
can get A 1 printing done, but wn are
prepared to bid on and furnish any
kind of work in that line at prices to
suit the times, and without figuring on
the length of the customer's purse be
fore making the estimate. "Stick a
crowbar in that spot."
We acknowledge a pleasant call
yesterdav from J. H. Stine, the editor
and publisher ol the Grant's Pass
"Courier." He reports his 'own boom
ing and says that if the county seat
should be located there at tho election
une week from Monday next fifty new
buildings will be started there in one
"Does you know John Jacksoni"
asked Jim Webster of Pete Simpson.
-'I should iay I does know him. Ho
is an awful slv cubs." "What has he
eber done that was so berry smart!"
"Tho other day I seed him walking
along on the opposite side of Austin
Avenue. I called out 'JohaT two or
free times. Do niggahmade oat as if
he didn't heah. zn. 5. overtnek him
and cotched him by de arm, and dang
by buttons if he wasn't aannder nlggah
entirely. You bet tie am a sly one.
specimen taken oks
McDonoueh les M
contain- $140: work
d box foil of the
out last weak was
very fair week's work.
The enk fault w
with President Clevi
tion is that he did
all of his
lature.. As legislators they proved a
Lfailora,. bt with, proper encourage
ment sad liberal salary they might
do better ia. foreign, elisaes.
1Tb ssaU service- by steamer from
Sen Francfcee, Cal.. to. Portland, Or.,
has. been disceatinxed by Second Assis-
f tan Postmaster Qtneral Knott, and
the mail will hereafter kw sent by rati
and stage. A saving of $22,000 per
annum is thus effected, and the mtil
arrives at Portland,. Or., four br
earlier than by the old route. The
change takes tfeet o June 15th.
We visited Msdfcrd IastSwsiay ajul
attended Sands sahceljStbe opts
terly meeting of thwjJpflC! Cmireh.
Medford society ufa&K ? 'k"
highe,t moral,. sowMffBinHftoiu
pWmsvlMving aUradyJjiH attended
Sunday school, aa iffsusssii church,
and regular service by. Wary Taligous
daaemiuatiea in the vaHiy,'i The' peo
ple intend building a in kstek there
this summer. L -
The voters of Ji
called upon to decid
county seat shall be loeati
A n special
election to be held an Ml
1st. Kfirbyville, Wile)e
Grant's Pass are the candidates for the
liouor and each place ,ha.fcta frirads.
While we have ne vets V eheica in
the matter we doubt it ttthsxvof the
places gets a majority ef the vstes at
this time making another contest nec
essary at thnxt general election.
Parties who have orchard akrald
not neglect te make arrftagesaeats te
take cars of their fruit: The latest
advices from th Eastern States ga to
khow that the fruit crop, there will bo
almost an entire failure this year, as
the winter has been so severe as to
not only kill the prospect but in many
places has ki'led the fruit trees. With
a failure in the Eastern States and a
good crop on this coast we will be at
sured of a good price and a demand
for all our dried fruits.
Max Muller has calculated that at
the close of the text two centuries
there will be in the world SVtfO'.OOO
people speaking the Italian language,
72,571,000. the Freacb, 157,480,000
the German. 505,286,000 the Spanish
and 1,837,286.153 the English.
"Oregeaian." Far making this cah
culatioa, if far aa other-reason; Max
should be kept in his poakias) aa Post-
mat..i. in .m 3r Lk U .AAA IMa
....v. ... .-.....,..t .-,.-- -.
figure out a yroftteVpisffifr jeaJiaf
lower than anyone alee.J<e ' . &
In conformity with the JaaaltlUil
. i.:ii .L- A j-i.ititM
way uui, mi vjrcgoi&BBavaiiiuriiui
railroad have reduced the passencer
tariff on their line ta four cents per
mile, even change. The different ticlrT
et agents on the route have been plen
tifully supplied with pennies, and
ticket buyers will be given the exact
amount due tbeu. The difference in
rates for small distances is not ap
preciable, but for long ones it looms
up. By the new arrangement the
fire from Medford to Portland will be
13 48 instead of $19.75, the amount
Rer. J. R. N. Bell tho editor of the
Roseburg "Review" has been in Jack
sonvilln during the week. On Tues
day evening he wa seramailed.by the
Silver Cornet Band at the" residence
of W. J. Plymale. The Rv. gentle
man is as pleasant and genial aa of
yore and was ntriaiaedav ft suc
cession si recepuous irosa at wa urae
friends here, fie says his Ufa work is
the ministry, but he give a share of
his time to the Teraperanoa eau.se, and
is also bringing bis t plaadid taltats to
bear in the newspaper work Jin which
hs is now interested. May M shadow
never grow less. '
The gTand eneampsaeni af th In
dependent Order ef Owd Jfailews .has
elected the fallowing emVsoA far 'the
ensuing yar: D. S. K. Baiek. grand
patriarch; D. E. Buchanan, ifk priest;
K. M. Day, grand semar warden; T.
Ford, grand juaior warden; John M.
Baeoa, grand scribe; J aha COWright,
grand treasurer; and -J. F." Baaheaito,
grand representative , j. Tea , grand
lodge of the L a a T.-elJaVet'rtn-fol-lowing
officers: W.C."TweedaIa of
Albany, grand master: R. Alexander
of Pen lie ton, deputy grand master:
Henry Dosch of Portland, grand war
den; John SI. Bacon of Oregon City,
grand secretarv; John G. Wright of
Salem, treasurer; T. O. Barber of
Salem and Doctor Williamson of Wes
ton, grand representatives.
On Monday night last, ear peaceful
slumbers ware interrupted by the
dulcet strata of a midnight serenade.
In ear semi-semnambulic resteer ef
delight, visions af the peats fairest
creations peopled our brain. We lis
tened again with Hafed tthe musical
wail of the detpairiae; Hinda aa it
floated out over the moonlit Arabian
sea, and heard the pibroch ef Ellen
Douglas as it re echoed over lech and
glen when James Fitz Jane routed
the outlawed clan of Roderick Dhu,
and wafted down to us by th revolv
ing cycle of centuries .cametMjlad
voices oftheGalilean Shepaeafca shay
sang their midnight peaM.aBaaiea at
the advent of the world'.
But the music ceased and we
that we were the "earth 'eaatwy" a
grav haired reporter, ami mat'aaa fcs-
spiratioB of song or senafasaam, fct ih
tuneful lays of the
were not intended far sin.
er and fairer member etjuj,
wa the attraction thjaft
them hither. "Twaa ef
We were yesterday.
wumitvun nur. r - j-
1 - -i,
Fruit Growers. The following is
a fall list of the members belonging to
the Fruit Grower's Association of
Southern Oregon. Some of the names
may look a little odd in this connec
tion but they probably only joined to
give the society what encouragement
ihej eouldr R F. Miller, 6.
F. Pennebaker, H. W. Shipley,
G. F. Schraidtlein, J. Henry Griffis,
Z. M. Hall, Wm. M. Colvig. Tobias
W. H. Newton, Thou. Haymond, John
B. Wrisley, R. F. Maury, W. Beeson,
John W. Smith, Arthur Wilsop, I. B.
Williams, A. L. Johnson, A. C. Spetr,
H. F. Wood, Levi Gartman, W. H.
Atkinson, J. M. M-sCall, G. F. Mc
Connell, L. Martin, D-. B. Bier, &
B. Galey, FL.Townsnd, J. HChit
wood. F. Ropar. S. W. Alnutt, Robert
Goody eaiy Abram, Buh, W. O. Mver,
P. iyttlcton, C. R. Stone, John B: R.
Hutehms, H. J. Teal, A. P. Hammond;
;W. H Leeds, Ole Sverson, 8. J..DavK
W. S. KtzgeraldKMartin Feterwu, G:
A. Bubbell, John. E. Ross, Charles
Kic&al, R S. Dualap, J. W. Thomas,
&. E, Steam, W. T. Lever, Jesoe
Richardson. Frank Kransa, C. C.
Beekman, H. McElroy, Etfwsjd Pieo-
g, James MeDonougp.
A stranger, cosaiag from. A)salandi
this way, on foot, was drowned last
Saturday afternoon, in attempting; to
swim the Klamath, ruse at Sail
ferry, stage road crossing. Ha was
accompanied by another man. who
did net know his name, haying fell in
with, him an the road. They had been
drinking at Henley, and on reashing
r the fsrry, the boat being on this side,
the drowned man concluded be could
swim across. Taking off his clothes he
mada the effort and was soon drawn
! under water by the swift and treach
erous stream, but finally casta np near
the shore on this side, aJon distance
down the stream, where ha stood up in
the water to his waist. The ferry
man followed down stream with a
small W&t, and before reaching him,
tho rsan Jell (Jew a again and was
drowned, evidently dad by fris long
tussel under water, or was chilled. In
his clothes, which were taken chatgc
of by Thos. Jones, the Henley mcr
chant, only one dollar in money, was
found. The man drowned was tall
and slim, with sandy whiskers, and
probably a tramp. "Yreka Journal."
Murder in the Second Dfgree.
The second trial of Martin Mackey for
the murder of Mike Purcell in Jose
pbine eounty, tried hers on a change
of venue, resulted in bis conviction of
ruurdur in the seeend degree. His son
William who was jointly indicted and
convicted for the sane crirae,-wa dis
charged the State not being ready for
trial when the case was called. The
verdict in each case seems to meet
with general approval although Mar-
tin Mackey's case will aeain-be an-
pealed -te- the- Suprswe Court, sa we
-?TlftrY.lft& evenincr cKartlv nftr
nine ft elect the u,. o. Hotel was dis
covered to be on fire. The fire depart
ment responded promptly and checked
it before any serious damage was done.
It originated in a room iu the upper
story, one that had not been in nse for
several rights, and was caused by an
incendiary beyond a doubt. Tbe
damage by fire and water amounts to
about 100, fully covered by insur
b. o. a.
To insure the perfect digestion and
assimilation of food aud to cure chron
ic Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency,
Sour Stomach, Sick headache, etc, use
De Haven's Dyspepsia Cure. It never
fails to effect a cure and is superior to
all medicines offered to the public for
these troubles. Sample bottles fret
I at E, C, Brook's drug ttvre.
Notice to Shippers. George Free
man, our popular teamster between
here and Medford, cays that after this
date he will not be responsible for any
breakages and heriby gives due notiee.
Mr. Freeman is one of our most care
ful freighters nothing, but an accidr.t
ever having caused a breakage while
in his hands and wa consider him
right ia giving this notification.
Closing Out Sale.
To quit business. Our entire stock
of general merchandise is offered for
sale, in whole or in part, at cost. If
you want eheap goods, new is your
time te buy them as wa mean just
what we say. Beakes Bros.
Th public is hereby notified that
H. McElroy I no longer in my em
plov as agent ot tbe urants irnss
"Courier" and I will not be responsible
for any debt or contracts made by him.
J. H. Stine.
Proposals Wanted. Bids will be
raceivsd by the Silver Cornet Band of
this plac natil May 20, 1885, at noon,
forth construction ef a band wagon
bad, plans and specifications' of which
can sen at D. Linn'a cabinet shop.
Th right is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
Wanted. A position by a man and
wife to take charge of a hotel in any
portion ef Jackson county. Long ex
perience is their reeammendation and
good references can ba given if re
quired. Call on or address Sentinel
office, Jacksonville, Oregon.
For Sale. The undersigned, hav.
ling moved to. Portland, offers all his
household and kitchen furniture for
sale at reasonable figures. For further
particulars apply to G. A. Huhbell.
B. F. DowELL.
Piajco-Fob Salk. K. Kublihas a
Srst-clasa Hallett k Cumston piano,
nearly new, that ha offers for sale at a
bargain. Tbe instrument san ba acan
at Mr. Xubli'a stare on California
Headers- BumaiDEPo3xNo-.23, G. A R.
Dept. of Oregon,
Ashlakd, Or.,. May 21, '85.
Captain M. Caton."
A. cordial and earn
est invitation is hereby extended- to
you,, and through vou- to-all "old sol
diers" in your vicinity, to jpin with us
in observing. "Annual Memorial Ser
vice" to b held here on the 30;h inst.
AH ceremonies will be- conducted in
afternoon. Comrades will assemble at
headquarters at 10 o'clock. Parade
at 2 P. M.
"By order of the Post."
General Committee, Stone,
Nobbt Clothing Stork. Ashland
Oregon is the place for every man and
boy, old- or. youne, to buy their Fall
and- Winter clothing and furnishing
goods because you- can buy bettor good
for your money and you. will live long
and prosper, but if you, g) and pay the
old fashioned prices for good and
then get shoddy clothine you are liable
to swear because you are cheated,
catch cold because the goods are
shoddy and wll not keep.yon.wum,
'and then die, and then what will be
,com of yeu. Go to the Nobby Cloth
ing- Store by all means, take no such
chances!' Tailor shop in connection.
So you cartt get anything you-, want in
Child's Snow Flake. Every lady,
wishing a, elf an, delicate complexion,
should use ChRil's. Snow Flake. It
nourishes aiul freshens the skin, re
moves Tan and Sunburn, and, the nat
ural arpearance imparted, render, it
impossible todetect its us. Warrant
ed perfectly harmless. Sold by all
druggists, or by the manufacturers,
John A. Child & Co., Druggists, Port
land, Oregon. Mail orders promptly
attended to, Price 50 cents.
When Baby was sick, we gave her
When she was a Child, she crLd for
When shs became Miss, she clung to
When she had! Children, she gave therm
Smith ATTcn In this city, May 14th
1885, by E. D. Foudray, J. P , Chas
W. Smith and Japtfe Aytclu.
Stevens English. In this city, at the
residence of SI. J. Straeten, Andrew
Stevens and 3Iisfe3tary English both
of Sam's valley.
Ross L!E At the residence of Gej
John RJRoss, May 18th, 1833, by Rev.
31. J. &rae.ten, Lewis Q. Rom and Hiss
Lewis Siupkins -In Medford precinct
April 28th, 1885. by Rev. M. A. "ft 111-
lams, John VY. Lewis and Miss Phoebe
Simpklns. - . , . . v
Herelt In this city, May 18th. 1883, to
Jlr-and Mrs. Jas. Herely; a daughter
Hoeft In Chimney Rock precinct. May
11th, 1885, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ltoeft
Larison Al Yreka, May 3d, 1883, to the
wife of Dr. '. A. Larison, a daughter.
IUngDALK In Willow Springs precinct
Jlay 20th, 1883, Mary Ann, wife of J.
F. Ragsdale; aged, (U yearsj 4 months
and 18 days.
, R. PRYCE, M. D.,
Physician And Snrgoon,
Office next door teByer8 block, resi
dence. Cunningham's hotel.
Office of Coustt Treasurer, )
Jacksonville, May 22, 1883. f
Notice is hereby gWeu that there are
funds in the County Treasury for the re
demption of the tallowing county war
rants, protested up to November 3, 1880:
1DC5 I'JOd 1808 1897 1951 1932 1954 1933
1933 1943 1917 1915 1900 1952 1900 1959
1935 1932 1931 1930 1574 1948 1890 1975
7 5 3 2 4
Interest will cease upon this date.
GOLD I SILVER ORES
85 Per Cent, of Fir
HORSE 4 JACOB'S MILL
25 Miles from Ashland.
HvVING LEASED the above named
mill and at great expense put in my
Rebellions Ores ind Sulphurets
I will be prepared on and after May
20th, 1885, to work any oie in Southern
Oregon, 85 per cent, of fire assay.
Parties having Gold and Silver Mines
developed, so as to show in sight, the val
ueofmy process, can have work put on
the same with my process, and the pay
for feeb works taken from the mine,
PROVIDING the parties wjll ship five
or more tons of the average ore front such
mine to ray works in hcnlcy, and have
it worked by my process, which. I agree
to work 85 per cent or make no charge
fur working same.
Talk is Cheap,
GEO. B. CHICK!, Agtnt.
Henley, Siskiyou county, Cal.
Alt Ue Itaco.
To captiyate the popular taste and'
surpass all previous efiorta to plea&o
the palate, requires do small, amount
of knowledge and no little skill, and
when weremember that the very agree
ble liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Fig-t
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 from a.
weakness, or inactive condition of tho.
Bo-tals, Kidnev- Liver and Stomach..
(.Sample bottles, free and large bottUa-.
for sale by Merritt k Robinson,. Juckx
WAHTEd. .A middle aged wn&aatr
desires to correspond with a lady about
tha rama age. Object matrimony.
Address J. R,,care Box 85;
Hides Wanted. Tbe uadsrstrned
i will pay (he highest cash price for bear
skins and all other kinds of furs, deer
skins, etc. Call atound before selling.
Tnos. J. Kennet?
JOHN MILLER Proprieloix
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF AGRK
cultural implements, tools of alt,
kiwis and a general assortment of ihtlt.
He also keeps the largest stock of, aacfe
all the latest improvements in
GUNS AND PISTOLS,,
AND A FITLL ASSORTMENT Or
Powder, Shot; fte
AND ALL KINDS OF OIL.
Give him. call and examine his sioek.
before making your purchases.
Pioposak iorJ?lotsri J
Office of Purchasing & Dp't, CoaEaissary.
Vancouver BksW. r.-MaySriW. r5
L QEALED proposals, in duplicate,1 sub-.
kt jrci iti iuc uvuui coaumuns, wiu ue
received at this office and at the offices of
tho Acting Commissaries uf S ubslstcnce
at the following named posts, until X&
o'clr "k, noon, on Wednesday, June 10th,
1885, at which time-and places they will
be opened in the p tsence of bidders for
the delivery on or before June 80th, 1885,
of the following amounts offtour:viz:.
Boise Bks., I T., 5.880 pounds; Fort Coenr
dMleue, I. T., 22,148 pounds; Fort Klam-.
nth, Ogn 15,080 pounds; Fort Spokane
W. T., 39,934 pounds; Vancouver Bks ,
W. T., 69,188 pounds; Fort Walla Walla,
W.T, 21.750 pounds.
Samples ot the flour (not less than ten
pounds) proposed to be furnished,' must
be Submitted with the proposals. The
flour to be tested by baking before accep-.
tance. Proposals tor quantities less than:
the whole required will bereceived. The,
Government reserves the right to reject
any or al! bids, and to diminish, or with
the consent of the bidder to whom award
te nude, to increase the quantities called
for, as the exigencies of the service !jf
Blank propositi and printed ciroulara
stating the Kind of flour required, and
giving full instructions as to the munner
of bidding, conditions to be observed by
bidders, terms of contract and payment,,
will be furnished on applicatlan to this
office or to the A. C. 8. of the post at
which it Is proposed to make delivery.
Enveloped containing pioposals should
be marked : "Proposals for Flour bIt ,
and addressed to the undersigned, or to
the Actlag Commissaries of Subsistence
at the posts to be supplied.
C. A. WOODRUFF,
Captain and C. 8., TJ. S. ,
Of either $ex. admittedjo the-,
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLBGS
On any week-day of the year,.
The College Journal, containing informs-.
ion of tho course of study,, rates of tuition,
board, examinations, etc., and cut? of plain,
and ornamental penmanshrp, free. Address,
A. P. ARMSTRONG,
Lock Box 104. PoirrLtsn, Ob.
$SIn crillruj, please mmiton this paper
All those knowing themselves indebted
to the estate ot Madame Jane Holt, de
ceased, are hereby notified that an inu.
mediate settlement must be had at once
and thereby save costs.
Jacksonville, Dec 20, 1884.
CoysTT, TltKASCKKItM PHUT NOTICE
OFFICE OF CO TREASURER. )
Jacksonville, March 26. 1885 J
Notice is hereby civen that there aro
funds la. the county treasury for the re
demption of county warrants, protested
up to August SI. 1880 inclusive, interest
on Hub same will cease from this-- date.
Treasurer of Jackson Co., Or,,
Sa'.cuii lor Sale. '
The siloon property at ChavnerV
bridge, consisting of tho home liquor
and fixtures, I offered fur sale at alar.
MB. .For particulars cal X on
Gold Hill, January 38, IMC.