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Saturday, Mat 30, 1885.
Attempted Suicide. Ye.terday
morning between eight and cine
-o'clock a lady in tows attempted to
commit suicide by taking laudnum.
Her husband was at home at the time,
when medical aid was summoned at
once and with proper remedies she was
eoon placed out of danger. We have
lieard no cause stated for the rash act
but learn that be has since stated
tha it was done with the intention of
Serenade A large number of Mr.
And Mrs. George Loves Jacksonville
friends, visited them at their country
residence last Saturday evening. The
Silver Cornel Baud was in attendance,
and the evening was spent in pleasant
social intercourse, interspersed with
vocal and instrumental music, and
dancing. An elegant lunch was
served and the charming hostess dis
pensed the hospitalities with queenly
grace and dignity, and the happy young
benedict, reflected the approving smiles
of their friends in bis own beaming
countenance. May the sunshine of!
continued happiness and prosperity
ever brighten their lives.
Located Editje Sentinel:
Please Kay in your columns that the
office of the County Board of Irami
gration for Jackson county, Oregon,
is in the Town Hall of Med ford, one
door north of A. L. Johnson's land
office. TliQne having real or personal
property for sale, and those wislrBg to
purchase the same, will do well by
calling at our office. We -also wish
samples of the products of the county
orought to our ofu, to be placed on
exhibition, and e wish those who
want help to send us word that -we
way Grid employment for those seek
ing for honest la) or in our midst.
Address Mastis Peterson,
-Secretary of Board of Immigration.
Mixed Up. On -complaint of W.
L. Cliiulers, Jacob Neathatnmer and
several of his sons were arres'ed and
-brought here for trial on the charge
of obs' ructing a stream, thereby caus
ing an impediment for -fish from going
further up Rogue river than where the
dam was located. Tht case was tried
before Justice Foudray yesterday after H
noon, with a jury of six good men,
and their verdict was that E. S. and J.
C. Truubell were the guilty parties as
they were the builders and owners of
tho damn; and in consequence they
wern each Sned S75 and costs. The
Neathammers were thereby discharged
as no.thing was proven against them
A notice of appeal has lieen filed aud
the cafjo will pro'jably be taken -to the
DiscuarqkdTH. JUcEfrpv, travel
ing agent for the Grant's Pass "Cour
ler," was arrested tbu week on' com
plaint of J. II. Stine, the publisher, on
a charge of embezzlement. The case
was tried befoie Justice Foudray of
tliis place when District-Attorney
Kent appeared for the 'prosecution and
U. K. lianna for the defense. Alter
the close of testimony on the part of
the prosecution Judgo Hanna asked
that the charge be dismissed as tbey
ho.il failed in making a case, and the
-Justice vie ring it in the same light
it was so ordered, taxing the costs to
the prosecuting witness. Evidently 1
"Grants Pass does not realize that it be
longs to Josephine county or else ill
would try these cases within its boun
dary limits ahd thereby save Jackton
the expense of trying them and Jus
tice Foudray exercised good 'judgment
when he dismissed the case in the way
Religious Items. Rev. E. Gittins
will preach at tho Antelope school
house Sunday.... Regular services
will be held at the Catholic church in
this place, Rev. M. J. Straeten offici
ating....EWer M. Peterson will!
preach Sunday morning in the grove
near Eagle Point, which will be the
occasion of a basket meeting. ...A
"basket meeting wilt be held at the
Ratrie school house in Chimney Rock J
precinct on Sunday next. Rev. P. A.
Moses will officiate. ...Elders Russell
.and Slovcr will hold divine services at
Medford on Saturday before the-first
Sabbath in June, for the purpose of
.organizing a Baptist church. All
wishing to be constituent mnmbers
will be present at 10 o'clock of that
day with the proper qualifications
Services on Sunday also Rev A.
R. Bickenbach will deliver the annual
College sermon at Ashland to morrow
morning and for that reason do ser
vices will be held in the Presbyterian
-Church hre at that time.
Sad Aitair. IL P. McNevin, the
mining expert and representative of
California capital for working mines,
arrived at Grant's Pass last Thursdav
morning ready io commence work on
the "Yank1 ledge which ht had bond
ed a short time previous. -Shortly
after his arrival there lie was noticed
to act strangely, and in the afternoon
it took the form of violent insanity.
His family and friends in San Fran
cisco were telegraphed at onc when
tbejr notified parties here to take
charge of him and bring him to San
-Franciscojairaediately for treatment.
Marshal Curtis -of this place went to
Grant's Pass on Thursday night with
authority to take him below taking him
-overland. Onr, understanding of
-the case is thut Mr. McNeun has been
-interested in mines for a long number
-of years, with good success, but of
late he has suffered reverses, and the
auddeu change in the fair prospect of
fered by thu Tank ledge teems to bare
affected am mind. We hope his iP
iec will oaly prv temporary and
tthat b will hm rttarn to as fully
20 worth of goods for $15 at Men-
sor s store. w
Miss Annie Shipley has gone to
Linkville on a visit.
Go to Mensor's store for bargains
before it is too lata.
Crockery and glassware at a bar
gain at Mensor's store.
Mrs. E. II. Autrnreith returned to
Yreka, Cal., this. week.
The best standard prints 20 yards
for 1.00 at Mensor's store.
The Probate and Commissioner's
Court meets here next weak.
Miss-Estella Levy is expected back
from San Francisco this evening.
D. W. Crosby is aeting as City
Marshal during the absence 'of Mr.
The rush "still continues at Mensor's
store because he is selling goods for nl
The mo' ion for a new trial in the
Mackeycase will be decided by .Judge
Thos. Curry of Eagle Point precinct
is improving his farm with a new and
The largest and best stock of goods
in town is being sacrificed for almott
nothing at Mensor's store.
-Several from here will go to Ash
land to-day to attend the Decoration
Day ceremonies at that .place.
Visitors continue to arrive at the
Soda Springs house. Chris Wiutjen
of this place is among the number.
J. H. Stine, editor and .publihher of
the Grant's Pars "Courier" was here
this week returning home last Monday
"The last juror of thg regular panel
was discharged by Judge Webster this
week thereby ending juiy trials foe
The band boys liava raised the
money for their new band wagon and
contrac' for building it has been let to
Judge DePeatr. J. T. Bowditch, G.
W. WiWiire, G. E. McConnell, O. R
Myer and S. B. Galey were in town
A party with Franfc Huffer at the
head will go out from here on a sur
veying expedition soon to begone sev
One cent pieces are in circulation
since the change in tariff on the O. A
J C. It. R. They are being held tor
I pocket pieces.
Win. Bybae started for Galice creek
yesterday to attend to some mining
matters in that section and will be ab
sent several dayi".
Prof. Frank M. MtCully returned
to his home at Dayton, W. T., last
Tuesday but promised to return again j
in the near future.
Wm. Egan, tormeily salo.on keeper
at Medford, has gone to -Lakeview to
locate. lie thinks of going into the
stock business again.
Hon. E. B Watson will deliver the
annual oration at the reunion of the
alumni association of tha Pacific Un
iversity next month.
John Myrtle was sent io the peni
tentiary for a term of three years and
Sheriff Jacobs started below with -him
last Thursday night.
Herman Helms has received several
barrels of the celebrated Napa wine
and has been buy all week putting
it in bottles. Try it.
The Eureka squirrel and gopner ec
terminator as manufactured by J.
Mills is the best in .the market. Call
on him for a sample.
A singing school teacher named
Whitlow was, egged at Central Point
last week and the school has been
closed for the present.
J.ue nrra ol jJlcUmms & Liwis n$J
publishers of the Medford "Monitor"
has been dissolved the former continu
ing the business alone.
John Orth of this place has sent for
a small stamp quartz mill with which
he and others propose testing the
quartz of this section.
Tha .man drowned in Klamath
river last week was a tramp printer that
worked in the Meaford "Monitor"
office a few days before the accident
Tha thermometer registered .98 in
the shade at the Table -Rock saloin
yesterday afternoon. The demand for
heavy underclothes is not very brisk.
We hear of several parties that will
bid on the U. S. Hotel property when,
offered for sale. We hope some one
will get it that can run a first class
From A. W. Sturg's we learn that
he has done well at his mines this sea
son notwithstanding -the short run.
One wet wiuter will satisfy him if the
present prospect holds out,
Lewis Ross was in town this week.
Accompanied by his wife and others he
proposes taking -a months trip to the
mountains tor the benefit of his health
which has been quite poor of late.
The wife of Jasper Jones has got
married again in Portland without
getting a divorce and "I. P.,"ns he is
usuatiy cailea tiers, propores -going
down there to investigate matters.
The regular Urra of Circuit Cou-t
for Klamath county begins at Link
ville on Monday June7ih and nearly
all of-our lawyers will, go thera to ap
pear as counsel on one side or the
ethar en the different cases. The
Brown-Walker murder casn is the
mon important one jow on the docket
although there are numerous minor
We acknowledge wedding cards from
-Mr. Kendall and wife of Yreka and
Mr. J. U. Whipp and wife now of
Linkville. VVd wish both couples
The Josephine county seat election
will be held on Monday next. Con
siderable rivalry seems to exist but
Grant's Pass seems to hay tho best of
it at this time.
A Davison, of Medford, has taken a
ranch on Pickett creek, where be in
tends in the future to reside. He is
already making substantial improve
ments on the same.
The Caldwell-Broback damage suit
has been postponed until next term pi
Court, and the latter will move to Lake
county in a short time expecting tore
turn at the next terra.
For showing his Vkill with a pistol
in shooting at a beer glass the other
night a young blood contributed $5
and -eostR into the town treasury by
order of Recorder Huffer.
J. C, Flood, formerly of Roseburg,
lias, been appointed railway postal
clerk to succeed D. N. Burwell. This
is the first'Democratic appointment in
the mail service in this section.
IThe O. & C. R. R. Co. will carry
green fruit and vegetables from this
valley to Portland in any. quantity for
30 cents per hundred. Wells, Frgo
& Co.'s charges are 1.50 a hundred.
Our old-time friend W. A. Owen
hat taken oat an auctioneer's license
and will always be found ready to go
to any part of the county on this kind
of business, Address him at Central
We acknowledge a call this week
from J. G. Bigham, an acquaintance of
long vears ago. He is now the agent
of L S. Van Winkle and Co., whole
sale hardware dealers -of San Fran
The Portland "Telegram" say i
bMiss Adilie Ply male of Jacksonville
daughter of lion. W. J. Elvmale, was
married to Doug'as Jones of Roseburg,
at her home on Tuesday evening
.George Kimball and W. 2ST. Moore,
Clerk and Treasurer of Douglasi
county, arrived this rooming on a short
visit. Mr. Moore's visits are becom
ing quits frequent but he is always
The dramatical and musical enter
tainment to be given by the Cham
pions of Honor this evening will -com
bine in its repertoire our best k-al
talent and we hope to teo it liberally
The Misses Cavers and Johnson are
continually crowded with work in the
Iressmaking line aud in xvery case
give the best of satisfaction. We ad
vise the Indies to call around and look
at their work.
OutsiJe of talk no decisive steps
have yet been taken towards -celebrating
theFourtti of July in Jacksonville.
Some of the leading citizens should
stir this matter up at once as there is
no time to spare.
Have you done all that tho board of
health would ak you to do, by way
of pu'twg j our house, cellar and prem
ises in good sanitary condition .If
not, why not It must be done, and
doge soon, too.
Squire Walton, formerly of Willow
Springs precinct, has just returned
from a trip-to the eastern Mates "and
he informed us tho other day that he
hid come to stay. We are glad to
welcome him back.
Grasshoppers are doing considerable
damage to growing crops on the other
side of Bear creek so we are informed
by John Hockenjcs. This is the first
instance that Jackson county -lias been
attacked with a pest of tnis kind.
Jim Henden-hott, of Biker county,
is at- Portland. He says his visit to
that section is in the interest of tem
perance. He will endeavor to have a
special session of the legislature -called
to put a penalty in the lieatly license
Our neighbor thinks the Jackson
County Board of Immigration ' made
a mistake" in net ordering sufficient
pamphlets prin'ed at his office to cover
the 250 lonation made by the county
and hopes the board will "retrace its
steps at once and commence right."
The people At large one a debt of
gratitude to the Legislature of New
York for rescuing Niagara Falls from
the hands of speculators and exlor
doners. It is really a pleasant thing
to be able truthfully to note a.gpod act
by any legislature in the these days.
A trial over the rights of property
was tried on the case of creditors vs
Liuders and McConnel at Ashland
this week, the jury returning a ver
diet for plaintiff. The Ashland pack
ing Co. hold a bill of sale for the
property and more litigation is prom
ised. Betting on the color of a well known
race horse at Yreka was the order of
the day this week among some of our
local sports but the result showed very
little money changing hands. Some'
men must be color blind when tbey
can't tell the difference between a bay
While picking cherries from a tree
on his father's p'ace one day this week,
Ray Jackson bad an arm -broken by
loiing his hold and falling 0 the
grouod. Dr. Aiken is treating him
and thinks he will be ready to try il
over again in a few days, ii the cher
Mo B- A Jonw, who has had charge
of the raitread company's iuterests at
Buck 'Bock tunnel since- the luspeu-.
sion of contraction work,l.as resign
ed bisposiuto there, and will soon co
down to his ijpaeb Douglas county.
Col. -C. F. Fm11 takea charge of the
tunnel and ' supplies stored there.
The New Orleins exhibition'is far
from a financial success The largest
sum received for gate money on any
one day, is 11,000, while the. largest
day's receipts t the eeatennial exhi
bition at Philadelphia, amounted to
Sllfr.673, and the centennial was not
a money making affair, either.
Hon. A. C. Jones, formerly a resi
dent of this place, has received the ap
pointment as Receiver of the Roseburg
Land office to take possession Jul? 1st.
While we are sorry to see Mr. Fuller
ton .go out we are pleased with the'new
appoint meat knowing full well that
tho office will "bo honestly and ablv
Mrs. Pauline Brown of Jacksonville
was removed this wek to the home, of
herbrother Frances Plymale of Med
ford precinct with the expectation
that the change would prove beneficial
to -her, but her disease has developed
the most alarming symptoms since and
she is now lying in a very critical con
A team belonging to Mr. Allen of
Butte Creek started from Karewski's
mill last. Wednesday morning running
through town and were not stopppd
ontil they reached the Armstrong
place about two miles north of us.
Strange to say thsre -was no serious
damage done to itati .horsed, harness
Wm. Sanor of Manzanita precinct
was severely "injured this week at the
residence of J. B. Wrisleyjhe was dis
mounting from his.hurse and his foot
hung in the stirrup causing hfm to fall
to the ground when his horse become
frightened and kicked him twice,
breaking two of his ribs and bruising
him badly about the face aud head.
Our friend Whetstone living near
town, had a runaway tho other day
when bringing a load of wood to town.
I The runaway was started by the wood
falling forwards throwing Whetstone
between the wood and the horses and
wedging him there. Timely assistance
prevented any serious damage and even 1
the two doeu corn-fed eggs on the
wagon at the time were saved.
Willis Hayes, the clever agent fori
the Staverifc Walter farming machin
ery, was in town this week. He does
quite well in the line he is .engaged in
but as a newspaper correspondent he
would excell, as he hears;, everything
that is going on and with the varia
tions that he -can put-on the story
alwayB makes it interesting. Come in
again, Willis, and iell ue another one.
Senator John Sherman left San
Frincisco Tuesday to come overland,
and is expected in Portland next
Monday. He will go immediately to
Yancouver, where he will be theuest
of General Nelson A. Miles for some
days. A letter, which General Miles
has received from (he Senator states
that he will take his time, travelipg
roainlyiy day that be may get better
acquainted with the country
The .Jacksonville- pab'is school
closed yesterday. The advancement-!
of the pupils in the various depart
mentB has been marked during the
past year, and il is certainly desirable
that there should be no changns .made
in the scnool, if the services of the
same teachers can e secured for the
coming year. A large number -ef the
patrons of the school were present to
witness the closing exercises which
were very interesting.
Mr. Mott, railroad roadmaster for
this end of the road, says the -Bedding
"Free 1'ress," informs us that the
force of about 500 men working on the
construction of the railroad between
Caliente aud -Sumner, Kern county,
wi 1 soon have that road completed.
He thinks thatikdWrobable that these J
laborers will be SsTnsferred to Delta,
and commence work there. James
Scobie has returned from Scotland, and
went to Caliente about a week ago.
The "East Oregonian" publishin,
company of Pendleton, sued an ex-sub
scriber for 1 56 claimed to be due for
newspaper aubtcription. Jury trfal
was had last week before a justice.
Defe.ndant was represented by at
torneys Tustin & I.easure, Turner,
Biiley & Bsllemy, Guyer & Fitz
Gerald, and Bean and Fee, acd the
plaintiff by J". P. Wagner and A. P.
Sharpstetn. "Verdict was given for
amounts claimed. Defendant had to
pay 47 costs and fees of nine lawyers
The office of Collector of Internal
Revenue for this State will be turned
ever to Governor Whiteaker July Jst
aud N. Langell, Deputy Collector for
tins district has been notified to be
prepared to. do the same -at that date.
Win. M.Turner, the storekeeper .here,
has not yet been notified of auy change
and willirobably remain in charge for
some tiaie The'lattef position is not
much sought after, requiring math
ematical skill, considerable labor and
constant attendance, while the pav
amounts to only about. 3 per day. -I
For the office of Deputy Collector we
have heard of the following applicants
W. J. Plymale, W. A. Owen and I.
W. Berry. The office is almost a
Mnecure and either of the gentlemen
mentioned can fill it with all .the dig
Salem Statesman: Hon. Wm. Darst,
of lGervaifi, was in the -city on Satur
day, and-from-him we learn something
more of the so-called army worm,
which -were so numerous "between this
cuy anu xurner a iew aays ago. .air.
Drst sa)s the same worm appeared
in this county in'59, and ate nothing
but ash leaves. The old Canadian
settlers alsb tell of the same worm
some twelve years before that, which
.ato only ash leaves and in '62 or '63,
Mr. Darst caw the same worm in
Linn county, with the same exclusive
relish for ash. Thw may be a species
of the army worm, but;fjj alwaya
confines itself rJ5lie'v-i as it al
wavs has there j m -mm tb lear if s
ravages. We tff eWtrt.1
have now disi
the ground, to
"W'Tl MkR8 into. HAC
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PS -fHmtow a other grant pe
. " I U:E.fJ
"By a private Utter from ax Senator
Mitchell -dated May 13th we learn that
ha will return to hi3 Oregon home
next month. We hope that he will
yet be elected to represent Oregon in
the United States Senate when the
extrs session is called as he U unques
tionably the' choice of a majority of
thn. voters of this State and one of the
ablest and moit efficient representa
tives we have ever had at the national
capitol, and the last legislature could
not atone for its numerous mistakes In
a more satisfactory way than by the
election of Hon. J ohn H. Mitchell.
The Iowa Editorial Excursion, num
bering 235 persons, will leave Couacil
Bluff on June 9th, and arrive in
Portland, Sunday, -June 14" h. It wa3
thought that they, would reach that
city on the 12th, but the programme.
is for -them to linger longer on tha
road than was at first intended. The
tourists will have Sunday afternoon
and evening to rest, and will bs ready
fur a jaunt through the city en Mon
day. Ou Saturday January 13th, the
editors and publishers of Oregon and
Washington will meei to perfect or
ganization and meet the Iowa bre'.h
Circuit Court Proceedings.
The following business has been
transacted in this court since the last
report ef the Sentinel:
Jos. Wilson vs. Ida Wilson, divorce.
State vs. L B Hargraves; indict
ment for gambling. Dismissed upon
motion of district attorney.
State vs. Amanda MeDaniel; indict
ment for murder. Motion to quash
indictment allowed and defendant or
dered to be. held in cuxtody to await
the action of the next grand jury.
Oliver Harbaugh vs. J. T. and
Susan Baimey; to foreclose mortgage.
Decree granted and mortgaged prop
erty ordered sold.
M. A. Cusick vs. J. H. Cusick; di-i
vorce. Decree granted,.
Martha Caldwell, administrator of
thestate of W. S. Caldwell vs.C W..
Broackj suit for damages. Motion
to strike out part of answer sustained
Jemima Coler and Jesse Dollar
hide, administiators of the estate of L
A. Culvnr, deceased, vs. P. W. Olwell;
suit for damages. Demurrer sustained
and plain'iff given leave to file amen
State vs. John Myrtle; larceny.
Defendant secfenced to three years'
imprisonmnt in the penitentiary.
Mary F. Benson vs. John L. Ben
son; divorce. Default entered.
Chas. Nickell vs. O. M. Krewson;
to recover money. Judgment for
135.50 and cots.
Qle Severson vs. L -Griffith and O
k C. S. SL Co.; confirmation. Sher
Childers & Fitz vs. P. W. Olwell;
suit in equity. Demurrer overruled.
LewiH Neal vs. H. A. Cryder efal.:
to recover damages. Demurrer over
rule! and defendant given until Satur
day to nle answer.
Grave Creek Mining Company vs.
John Rast; to recover damages. Mo
tion to strike out part of answer aus
State vs. Marlin Mackey motion
for new trial. Taken under advise
roent until the 30th.
H. C. Dollarhide vs. O it C. R. R,
Co.; motion for a new trial Same as
For lame Bade, Side or Chest use
Shiloh'a Porous Plaster. Price 25
cents. For sale at E. -C. Brooks.
A NASAL INJECTOR free .with
each bottle of Shiloh's-catarrh remedy.
Price 50 cets. at Brook's.
BHILOH'S COUGH and Consump
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THAT HACKING GOUGH can bo
3 ' "
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Child's Snow FlakIj. Every lady,
wishing a clear, delicate complexion.
should use Child's Snow Flake. It
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moves Tan and Sunburn, and, the nat
ural arpearanie imparted, renders it
impossible to detect its use. Warrant
ed perfectly harmless. Sold by all
druegists, or by the manufacturers,
John A. Chrld & Co., Druggists, Port
land, Oregon. Mail orders promptly
attended to, Price 50 cents.
-P. D. J,
To insure the perfect digestion and
assimilation of food-and to cure chron
ic Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency,
Sour Stomach, Sick headache, etc, use
Da Haven's Dyspepsia Cure. It never
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all medicines offered to the publie for
these trembles. Sample bottles free
at E. 0. Brook'e drug f ture.
When Babv was sick, we gave her
When she was a Child, she crid for
When sh9 became Mis, she clnns to
When she had Children,. she give th-m
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The county board of immigration
for Jackson county, Oregon, met iu
Bvar's hull at 1 o'clock P. M. in Med
ford, May 23, 1885. Proiideut J- B.
Wrwley, J, H. Griffis, P. Pickens, U.
F. Pennabaker, A. J. Daley and M.
Pi.teri.00r Moved and carried that we
resolve ourselves into a committee of
the who e, to consider upon the adop
tion of a set of rales for tha beard.
The president J. B. Wrislry, then
called the house -to order, and the fol
lowing preamble, resolutions aad rules
Whereas Tha County Commiss
ioners of Jackson county, Oregon, in
their nijJom, have seen fit to appoint
a county boatd of immigration for said
county, of nine members, representing
the principal districts of tha county.
Whereas, The County Commiss
ioners have appropriate a certain sum
of meney to be u.sed by the board, for
the purpose of diffusing a knowledge
of the resources of said county among
immigrants, Therefore be it
Resolved. That we, the members
of-siii'l county board of immigration,
feeling the great responsibility placed
on -our hands, in older that we may
use taid appropriation in a way that
will mast greatly benefit our countv,
do hereby establish the following rules,
by which wa shall be governed, to-
it: 1. Tho officers of the board shall
consist of a Chairman and a Secretary .
2, It shall be the duty of tha Chair
man to preside at all meetings of the
board; to discharge all the duties of a
presiding-officer, and to cll the mem
bers of -the board togjther whenever
J there is important business to require
their attendance. 3, It shall be the
dpty of the Secretary to keep a record
of thr- proceedings of the Board, to re
ceive and answer all communications,
to notify each member of the Boird,
whenever there is a meeting called.
To giVe information to inimigrants.de
siring to locate in the county, and
transact all business tjio Hoard may
direst. 4. It shall requira the atten
dance of five of the Board to constitute
a quorum, any business transacted by
a less number will be illegal and void.
5. The Secretary shall receive two dol
lars per day for his serviee9 actually
performed, and all traveling expenses
paid and fhall hold office as long as a
majority of the Board shall consider
him competent, or until he may see
proper to resign. Moved that J. H.
Griifisj be chosen Secretary. Ha de
clined as the. pay would not justify him
to leave hu business, to attend to this
business. Moved that M. Peterson be
cho-jen Secretary. It was so ordered
Mr. Griffis presented to thn'Board a
proposition from Gold Hill that it
would furnish the Board with suitable
office and exhibition rooms. Also thu
trustees of the town of Medford, pre
J sented the following proposition which
was accepted, viz: To the Honorable
Board of immigration for Jackson
county, Oregon, Mr. Wrisley Chaii
man. We, the trustees of Medford,
Jackson coanty,-Oregon, hereby make
you the following proposition, if vou
will locate your headquarters at Med
ford. We will furnish you suitable
rooms, stationary and lights free of
"hage during your stay in Medford,
while carrying on the business of the
Board. J. S. Howard, President; W.
A. Bur, E. P.Ceary, I. J. Pbippi and
A. Childers. Mr. flubbell of Jack
sontille, presented an informal offer of
rooms from the. Chairman of tha Board
of Trustees of Jacksonville, Moved
and carried that Secretary report at
each regular meeting of the Board, all
meney expended. Moved and carried.
That the next regular meeting of the
Boird be on Friday., at 1 o'clock July
3, 1885, at Mcdtord, and the firs' F,i
day in each month. Mr. J. II. Griffis
made quite a good epeech on tha duty
of us as the Board of immigration to
bestir ourselves for the further devel
opment of the resources of our county,
and as far as possible arouse the dor
mant muscle and brain of our young
Oregonians, and bring into requisition
every power of body and mind to de
velop the resources of our grand coun-j
try, which can be made one of as love,
ly places as is found on earth. Short
4 addresses were delivered by Messrs.
A. L- Johnson, J. S, Howardj G. A,
Hubbsll and others. Moved to have
the proceedings published in the
county papers. Moved that we give
a vote of thanks to Mr. Hubbell for
acting as Secretary pro tern and to
Mr. Byars for use of ba'I for meeting
cf tha Board; carried. Moved to ad
J. B. Wjiislej, Chairman.
M, P-EXEUE0K, Secretary-.
Noeet Clothjxo Stobe. Ashland
Oregon is the place for every man aud
boy, -old or young, to buy their Fall
and Winter clothing aud furnishing
goods because you can buy better goods
for your money and you will livelong
and prosper, but if you gi and pay the
old fashioned priced for goods and'
then get sboddy clothinr, you are liable
to swear because yoo are cheated,
catch cola because the goods are
shoddy and w'll not keep you warm,
and then die, and then what will be
coma of ycu. Go to the Nobby Cloth
ing Store by all means, take no such
chances! Tailor shop in connection.
So you can get anything you want in
the clothing line.
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 cheap goods; now u your
time to buy them as we mean just
what we say. REiizesBos.
For Sale The underefgned, hav.
iog moved to Portland, offers all his
household aud. kitehen furniture for
sale at reasonable Snares. For furthtr
particulars aj-iply to G. A. HcbbU.
B. F. Dowkll.
sIs a prolific source of misery and;
many ills, Riving rise to Headache
Dullness, Fevers, Nervousness, ;JJsi
lessnrss, Biliousness, Indigestion, Pois
oning of Blood, etc. The bitter.,
nauseous Liver medicines, pills, salts
and draughts formerly used to relieve
the sufferer, only aggravate the disease.
and sicken the stomach. AH who are.
afflicted in that way, know the impor
tance of thn remedy pleasant to th
palate, harmless in its natore, and twly
heneficial in its action. The- trial
bottles of Syrup of Figs given away
free "of charge by our enterpmiinj
druggists Merritt & Robinson of Jack
sonville prove that it is all that can be.
desired. Large bottles, -at .fifty seal
or one dollar.
HiDE3 Wasted. The undersigned
will pay the highest cash price for beat
skins and all other kinds of furs deer
skins, etc Call around before selling
Thos. J. Kkxxby.
JOIN HILLE3, - Proprietor;.
DEALER IN ALL KlJfDSOJ AGRI
cultural implements, loots of all;
klods and a general assortment of shel);
Tie also keeps the largest stack ef, aa4:
all the latest improvemuntain
GUNS AND PISTOLS,,
AHD A FULL ASSORTMZST OT
Powder, Shot, Etc
AJiDALL KINDS OF GIL,
Give him a call and examine bis stock,
before making your purchases.
Paoposals tor Flour,
Office of Purchasing & Dpt. Commissary,
Vancouver Bks , W. t. May 9, '83.
SEALED proposals, in duplicate, sub
ject to the usual conditions, will ba
received at this office and at the offices of
the Actio? Commissaries of Subsistence
at the following named posts, until 13 ;
o'clock, noon, on vVtdnesday, Juno loth,
1883, at which time and places they will J
be opened in the pi esence of bidders for
the delivery on or before June 80th, 1883, ?
of -the following amounts of flour: viz:
Boise Rks.,I.T,5,88i pounds; Fort Coeur 1
dMleuc, I. T,22,lie pounds; Fort Klam- ,
ath, Ognn 15,680 pounds: Fort Spokane, '
W. T., 39,984 pounds; Vancouver Bks,
W.T., 69,188 pounds; Fort Walla W.aUa,
W.T, 21,756 pounds.
Samples of the flour (not less than tea
pounds) proposed to be furnished, must
be 8-bniiUed with 'Ifee proposals The
flour to be tested by baking before accep
tance. Proposals tor quantities less than
the whole required will be received . The
Government reserves 'the right to reject
any or all bids, and to diminish, or with
the consent of the bidder to whom award
is made? to increase the quantities callnj
for, ns the exigencies of Ihe service may
Blunk proposals and printed circulars
stating the kind of flour required, and
givine full instructions as to the manner
of bidding, conditions to be, obsertadJb
bidders, terms of contract and payment,
will be furnished on application to thii
office, or to the A, C. 8. of the post at
which it .s proposed to make delivery.
Envelope containing pioposals should
be marked : "Proposals Icr Flour at ,
and addressed to the undersigned, or to
the Ac-ling Commissaries of Subsistence
at the posts to.be supplied.
C. A. WOODRUFF,
Captain and C. 8., U. S.J.
GOLD ft WM ORES
85 Per Cent, of Fire Assay,.
'Cja. .jiuuujju 1111LUJ.
-35":Miles 'from ,AJuari4.
HAVING LEASED the above named
mill and at great expense put fn my
Eebollioos Ores and Sulphurets '
I will be prepared on and after May
-21th, 1883, to work any ore in Southern
Oregon, 83 per cent, of fire assay.
Parties having Gold and Silver Mines
developed, so as to show in sight, the val
ue of my process, can have work put on
the same with my process, and the pay
for tuch works taken from the mine.
PROVIDING the parties will ship five
or more tons of the average ore from such
mine to my works in Henley, Ajjd have
it worked by my process, -jtrhlda f agree
to work 85 "per cenjt. orrnake no .charge
for working same.
Talk -is Cheap, bqt Results
Tell the Story.
jGEO. U. CHICK, Agtut,
Henley, Siskiyou county, Cal.
R. P1YC ?. 2.,
Physician (flLnsi "Savgjou,
Office next door to Byer's block, re
aci:e, lunmngnanvs notei.
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