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Hy means of its provisions for amend
toent it can be made to meet, safely
and successfully, and changing re-,
quirement of the fundamental iirinci '
pies as set forth in tlis Declara
tion of Independence. It can be made
at any lime, or any agp, without vio
lence to its plan, to be the certain and
taie instrumentality or means by
which the people, as a nation, may ex
presi. their will and execute their pur
poses. In fine, this is national liberty!
In fact the republican mode of gov
ernment is the machine through which
alone a national democratic principle
can successfully act. Democracy is a
force a motive power; republican in
stuuiious constitute a mean; without
the means the force is futile, chaotic
and anarchical. Democracy is a prin
ciple, the vitality; the republican mode
or plan is the body or the physical
means through which the vitality or
life nc's. Jefferson was sound when
he said, "WV are all democrats, we are
all republicans." If the vitality should
burn out and destroy its own body,
then it has destroyed its own means
of expressing its existence. There can
be no huch thing as a democratic gov
ern'nent, distinct from and opposed 'o
republican institutions. The idea that
there can be is a dangerous mistake, a
fa'lacy, a fanatical prejudice that pro
ceeds from an ignorant acd stupid con
fusion of ideas.
Oar national republican government
now, finned and equipped, in one sense
like Minerva, the goddess of wisdom.
arising full crown from the brain of
Jtipiter; but in a more comprehensive
f.piisb like a great ship, complete in all
her appointments, sails upon the broad
ocean of time full before the wonder
ing and admiring gaze of all the na
tions. Shn is a messenger of glad
tidings to the oppressed and down
trodden in every coantry and clime.
Tie.' motto is justice and liberty. She
is the harbinger of light and kuowledge
and progress and civilization. She is,
too, as a gicat voice of admonition to
be heard throughout the remotest con
fiiiet, of the world. "Rise up ye men
ye hewers of wood and druwers of
water brace up your belts and assert
vour manhood boldly and bravely
asspjt, and reassert the self evident
trulii. All men are created equal.
They aro endowed by (he Creator with
certain inalienable rights, ammg
which aro life, liberty and the pursuit
of happiness, and governments should
be instituted to secure them; and it is
just that they should receive their
powers from tlin cousent of the gov
erned!" This great advent in the
woild sent a thrill of joy among the
penplo up and down the broad earth.
Autocrats felt the structures of I heir
despotisms tremble beneath their feet.
Europo was in an uproar. The vol
atile French, many of them partir
pants with the Americans in their
Strugsle for liberty, arose, beheaded
the King, and abolished their mon
archy. The serious business of the adminis-
tration ot the national govTjnrmpi
was well in hand by 1794, the father
ofhis country, presiding in the presi
dential chair. laws were enacted
and executed and revenues were con
tinually raised; and, as a small draw,
ameng many other things, fell upon
whisky, the plaintive wail of the local
demagogue was heard n the land.
His utmost eloquence was brought into
requisition to depict the great detri
mi'iit to the weilare ana prosperity 01
the average citizen in case any tax be
bomn by whisky. His sympathies
were cxeatly aroused, rebellion was
the heroic remedy offered; but Wash
ington promptly Kent out Gen. Lee to
suppress it. Tiio rebellion a sup
pressed, the revenue collected and the
detnaeoBue got the local offices.
In 1793 England was brought to ac
count for the arrogant manner in
which she persisted in sweeping the
seas of shipping. She agreed to rrake
reparation for the injury inflicted by
her privateers, and to surrender the
western posts, that she had stubbornly
continued to hold.
In 179'J the French, uder the Direc
tory, were determined, through the in
fttrunientnlitv of intriguing primaries
and the local demng.iguo to dictate the
whole policy of the American people,
but disappointed in lhat they fiercely
attacked our infant navy. It was in
tho war tint ensued that the grrat sea
fight took place between the Ami-rican
fiigate Constellation and tho Fiench
man of war Inurent. It was one of
the mot desperate engagements tver
fought at sua, and resulted in a com
plete victory for the Americans. It
was in this war that the Americans
gsined the renown of being able to
'flig the Frenchman two to one so
iTeat and hindv 01" In the meantime
Napoleon Bjuaparta superceeded the
Directory and took the reins of govern
ment into his own hands; and, on the
lGthof April, 1803, as First Consul of
the French, transferred to the United
S ates, for a valuable consideration,
the whole of the Louisiana Territory,
extending from the mouth of the
Mississippi to the mouth of the Co
In 1803 we fin-, the fierco Yankee
sailor in sharp pursuit of the pirates on
the high seas, and chasing them home
to tho cities of Tripoli and Algiers in
Africa. Tho stars and stripes fear
lessly waved :n the breezes that swept
over the classic waters of the Mediter
ranean. In the Algerine war the
Americans inarched a thousand miles
across the deert of Bore in Africa;
and Greek", Moors and Arabs fought
beneath the American flag. Com
plete victory crowned their daring en
terpr'se, and a lasting immunity was
gained from the depredations of the
Algerine who had always pursued
liirac" as a national industry.
In 1811 the Americans began lo
protest iigsinst British practico upon
tho seas. She claimed it as one of her
hereditary right, a time honored cus
tom, to board the ships of any nation
on tho high teas, and impress seamen;
and klie continued to exercise it with
the most overbearing arrogance. Dar
ing thxt year the Americans were
startled bv the discovery of a infam
oas plot, instigated by the English
government, through the authorities
of Canada, to betray and break down
the republic of the United Slates.
This, on the top of constant indignities,
raised a perfect storm of indignation
among the Americans and on the 4th
of June, 1812, war was declared
against Great Britain. Many sanguin
ary battles were fought in this war
both on sea and land, tending positive
ly to the demonstration of American
superiority. The British meteor lltg
had cleamed above the seas for a thou
sand years. They claimed the seas,
the watery world was the Britain's
home, and his ferocious sea dog held
in utter contempt the manners of any
other country; but before the conclu
sion of this war he had learned to his
sorrow that the Americm. too: was a
veritable sea king and capaHIe of
defiantly flourishing his starry banner
anywhere on Neptune' billowy t phere.
In 1832 South Carolira objected lo
the execution of the tariff laws. She
opposed thereto her state sovereignty,
and in pursuance thereof fche threat
ened to nullify and secede. The voice
of the local demagogue could be dis
tinctly heard above the sounding surf
ot th sea shore. L;ke Rip Van Win
Lie, her sovereignty had jus woke up,
and could not tealin what hud leen
done while she had been asleep. She
still thought herself a member of a
confederacy and tin independent sov
ereiguty. Uut her confederacy nxl
state sovereisntv had passed away on
the 30lh of April, 1789, forty three
years lieforc. Nor could ihe sufficient
ly wake up to the realization of thi
fact, until Gen. JacKson, alio was
then Presideti', had the law read lo
her, and threatened to hang some of
her most o3icious demagogues. She
then waked up and gracefully ac
auiescea! in the execution of the nation
al lawn, but gave her offices as n re
ward to tier demagogues. There was
neither honor nor gloty attending
these events, except what attached to
Jackson and the friends of the cuusti
ution and union. State sovereignty,
the right of nullification and stcession
were nationally disgraced, and render
ed contemptible, yet they still answer
ed well the purposes of the political
Dervis.es to obtain the offices hihI
dictation through the cultivation of uii
In 1845' .he state of Texas was
brought to us as a sort of rich rf pri-Ml
growing out of the. adventurous ent-r
prise of our pioneers. It, was a reut
burden of which Mexico had been re
lieved, and during 184G and 7 she had
to be decently chastised for not being
pleased, aud also thit it might be es
tablished that the American citizen
constituted the chief characteristic of
this continent. Mmy great battle
were fought in this war, which shed
lustre on our arms, and denionstiu'ed
that in prgwess upon ihe field the
American could withstand the Mexi
caua ill tiiii'pruistmiomaf-aliout-ct.'tf
four. The tetllement of this business
included a large slice of the northern
part of -Mexico, including California.
And the subsequent acquirement of
Alaska, a beautiful landscape stretch
ing towards the north pole as far in
that direction, in fact, as the sensib'e
Arctic explorer should ever want to
go finishes up to the present time
our grand acquisitions of territory.
Thus have the American people ex
tended their dominions, ample for the
home of the leading nation of uinn
kind; possessing a greater vanety of
climate, soil and production than thxt
owned by any other nation in the
world. With no external foe to
menace their future existence; with n
government perfectly, adapted to the
determination of any question or issue;
and to express and execute anv pur
puss or policy of the people us a hh
tion, as a state, as a country or as a
community, exactly in the j'ist spheres
of their relative powers and inierest,
they possed every eminent that could
exist in the nature of things on this
earth, for the greatest and tnoit favor
ed people in the world to successfully
carry 3Ul the sublimit purpose as set
forth in the IVclara'inn of Iudepeii
dence, and continue iheir grand caieer
onward and upward forever of pro-per
ily, happiness and ciuhzition. But
notwithstanding all these erand and
au') icious circumstance, unparalled
in the history of mankind, the fervent
wail uf the deiuasnaue was heard in
the land. He was ciying aloud in the
wilderness and could not be comforted
Satan would not be content in pari
dise; and it would seem that his mjes
ty possesses a pro'otyuu in a large ele
ment of ttin genus homo.
In 1SG0 a plain, man honest Abra
ham Lincoln a workingman, was
elected President of tne United S'ales;
the assumptive gentlemen uf a large
scc'ion were greatly grieved; and the
more that efljrts "ere made to consoln
them in their ditres, the louder they
bemeaued zhrir disappointment, and
the less could they be soothed and
pacified. For, as they held, the com:
try had gone to the dogs, tliB temple of
ilberty was trembling to its rni; and
the true motto, under the situation,
was ".ave himself who can!' Aud,
that their dreadful prognrsricitiun
might be made to lie true, they be;; in
to pull the temple down! In their
mad agony they laid deseciating hands
upon the sacred edifice of American
lib? rtj :
The howling Dei vise of American
politics, as he did in dnuth Carolina
twenty eight year before, still seemed
to think that the origiual confederacy
bad been continued. They claimed
the right to assert the sovereignty of
the state against thi compact of the
confederacy to nullify and secede,
when that comix-c of confedtr.cv I a I
been superceded by the national con
stitution for more than seventy renr-i.
In 0en defiance of the cnnsrii ution
and the laws of the land, in fligrant
and infamous violation of the sworn
oaths of many of heir partisans, they
erected a tresspassing confederacy ia
the hi art of ihe union, and proceeded
to assault the national government.
It was not only a mad attempt to
recitid the government back for (even
ly years, but also to roll the world
back to the condition of tho tribal
leagues'of three thousand years ago.
And even the ghastly pretext of the
furious mania was false: That since
the election of Lincoln a gentleman
could Jiot hold property in man on free
territory1 Nor ell the hub.ind frrm
the wife and family, nor ihe wife from
husband and children, nor even the
nursing infant from the arms of its
agonized motheil From whatsoever
point of view, it was a wild and fierce
delusiuu, having neither justice nor
judgment, Deeji ignorauce aJ tus
pitious prejudice with their incident
fierceness, supciinduced by injust and
barbarizing institutions and cnudilions
in society, being wrought upon by the
lower order of Dervie likn demagog
ery, lieuume a mania, which rapidly
grew into a frrnzv as unreasoning and
senseless us Mist of Cotton Mather and
his Sa!"tn witchcraft. Like M.me
huge and enragetl letiathau it launched
itself upon the country. It hsd to be
resisffd. it had lo be repel. ed Tie
wartorTthe union w-us h war of self
defrfisejfltirL inot gloriously did ihe
patriots defend Mini maintain the sacred
caue, ainF the confedera o dnctiine
.liedits ibird and it is lo be hoped its
asi anil fmnl death on the immortal
field of Appomattox!
But while this gignntic rebellion, ex
ceeding all proportion known in lib
lory, the phenomenal manifestation of
the ploitingsof ignorance nnd bailw
ism, bathing (he land in blood, csusing
worlds of suffering and sorrow, i-nsiing
a mil.lion of men and thousands of
millions of inone and overwhelming
iIih nuiion-Hnd country in vast indebt-
ednrsa through t.11 the vnrMiig vici-
situdes of the struggle in foium Mini
field, Kiidnn down to tl.e prestnt time,
the polhical Drrvi-vs, in tl.tir section,
have, uSyeTj enntinufd lon-up the un
j'ist rewards of their deiinig gijer
they li ive MTUretl what they wanted
the offices, poer atid ilicsa'ioii! Bi',
let patience, igilence, hope and fnilli
b the motto the dork swav must
hasten to its doe; the hill tops are
already being illumined by the tip
preaching day ; for no peipeiual block
xde can In successfully nialiilaineii
against justice, and light and knowl
Soda Springs Hotel,
Ten Miles From Ashland,
L. B. Tcckeb, Proprietor.
This Hotel lias iccenll'y been much en
largetl and improved, and now has pleas.
And excellent accommodations for guests.
Ihose Iii Search Of Health
Should give these
famous. So&a 0-nincjs
Atrial, as thpy arc admitted to possess
wonderful ctiritivs quilitics-
No pains will bs spirpd to render the
sojourn of invalids or others p'easant and
The table will be served with the best
the m-arkct affords.
1UE MM'S STORE !
Uolrcan's old stand.
A, G. COLVIN,
Hereby informs the public that he is di
playing at the above stand a first-
class siock oi
Which he will sell
At Very Low Prices.
The Dull Times
Has marked his goods down to
Hard Times Prices
He will sell you MORE GOODS for
LESS MONEY than crer before sold
In Jacksonville His stock is
His stock consists of
Groccric , Provisions,
Ba they Tonnj or Old,
harms tort thou
f&f& May Kec&ln Quietly
gkm? I KJt-wAiIK hSUiT,
Frof. Jma Cfrio.Y. B r THE USE.OP
The Civteie Remedies.
Thercora c-njr true of l:i:ll.l r, srs.i:.
JlATO'.:llli. V.UilUHEt.i: and- CTrrr
fj ill of SVmln.1 lof and vcaknrss Khtthtrdno
lo YnuUifiU K lly. Alm or Natnral tttllarc
Thl. tr utiu nt ortrriiuital St I'KIIF. (1V IM.l'
rJoiHrd In eriTT llO-riTAI.In MtM nnd
uiMiuahfledlT rnriorwd l7 the Hiflli-al froftialon
la I.AS11.V Ari'L.11 l. l-.MM.rsS. UIU K.
and abovaall I.x-ll.u I.N ITS Ktsll.Ts.
FREE 1 0 ALL. STSS'aKirK
will i.il free to nn earnest Inquirer onrfpleit
tiUUiiKrmtnitipceiiieitC9l oifc.EiYingyr p
loi.isof nil ronii ot Sexual Pifrnrr. decrtHloti
or UiU tnatmrtit, in (res ttrnttminlalsand ue
paper eilornicni, Ar .Ac.
e are Also am tit t r tin new ard " ti!n f)
cure, Seir-iijUKttic ml Glove 'Jtti3 Crori.o
Comrreaiuir, for ilia Uiorouh acd ladicalcure,
without luivtry, oi
Can.nttatlas trl h full Uedlesl Star, FSCH.
Civiale Remsdsl Agency, ICO Fulton SL, N. Y,
'OT T01H OF MEDFORD !
Everything is fresh and of good qual
ity, and prices put down to
The Lowest Kfotch !
dfCouDtry Produce bought and sold.
Remember Oilman's old stand, and give
me a call when in tswn.
A. G. C01.YIK.
edu and the .pmuu-ss of the tirulid
Crtiist) uf libei ty and cltiiizitimi!
Lidirs and geiitliiiien: have
iiiiu tfcken view of the pruiiiim nt
featutes mid tailient ponns of our
American nationality and its history
as drawn ii;ninst the ila-k liucRsiniuinl
f the preci'i'in situation of the world.
ill this nieiiiod we are enabled to
realize why it is ihut "etTiul vinilaiiue
in 1 he price of liberty.-' Vu are also
enabled lo Coinprflhend how il could br
that liie w.'atli uf tl'e wicked can be
nulls to serve tin- Lord. And, with :i
renews 1. faith and hope, we behold tls
giaiideur,iih which :ln great reptib
tlC;-,-Jtf- !llll"eil trfSr WIn yp iiui
duwu to sleep beneath thn opfaskj,
waking, we louk up lhrouj;li the lops
of the tall trees, and behold nil tint
starry ho.ts of the heavens have
moved all mid we lecomz Il e ex
istence of a j;reat mid .niysterimts
cause. The cimtiction i-t iinprei-sed
upon us that llrss.uue cause nve'riules
and deieriuiuex the uliim.tte destiny of
the woild. It rules mankind.
The enemy of the abolitionist, for in
Rtance filled with the bitterest and
most implacihlo hatred of aboli'ionisni,
is made to bnihe unillini;iiitrunieiit
in the liaiuU of Pn ideiice, to nut
only make possible, Inn ew-n unavoid
hIi1, the abolition of Ainerican slav
ery: Positively made to bp, ihe prac
tical abo! it ionisi! And all th insidi-
ou attempts-, and stupendous e Harts
that have been made 10 destroy the
ua ionulilv. the coiistiiutiou and the
union, hav been MguiUy overruled
by the uiuiiRwerable iinjeRly of Proi
idence but to rrtbound to their strength,
solidity and jrp'uiiy. x
Wis also belmlil the unspeakable
necessity "f education, and the ;euei
al diffusion of Uno- edie the lifting
up of ihe gner.il mind tnastill stnni!:
er inl clearer" power cf ili.crimin.ition
and judgment. Th.it iIih dilTViein-e
mav btMlistinclly cninpreheinleil bi
t ween thi slrini pteteiises nml alarms
of the designim: deni isngue, and the
carefully considered w.irnings, nnd
propositions of improvement ai-tl prop
ijre-s of the pliilosoplier anil statesman.
That juslic-, light ind safeTy miy hold
a p'imaiieiit a-cendency over erro,
wrous; and danger; and Unit the just
rewnn'i of honor mar be accorded to
those to whom it is iIup.
Mhv the iinhlo examples of self
sacrificins patriu'isin, set. by our for
ftbers bo cherished nlwHyx as a
sacrrd iiiinry. May an uudxinj
ar.ititud" befoievpr cherished for the
biave defenders nf our country, its
institutions nnd ita fits. Mav no
American patriot, who lis offered IiIh
life to hi country hit lntn reason
10 feel tli4t tlm great lepabliu bus
lieen unt;rxteful It him. Mav no
mistaken hand per attempt to lower
the American flig in honor of a be
travpr f his country. But when the
iffi'mf this world is concluded, and
nil du'ieR of ibis life and race have
ben p-rfnrintd- and finished, and all
he children of men are Winn called
hnine lo ihe bosom of ibeir Fa her
and iheir G'l mav ihn last iia'rio.
safelv fo'lowinff, mount ihe ba'tle
inen's of heaven crrrin 'he S :ir
Spanc'ed riinner-jjio' one Mai dimiii
nl, not one Ftripe torn! ;
Lots for sale at low prices and on easy
pply to J. S. nOWAHD, .Agent, at
Also, in the Railroad, addition to the
town of ASHLAND.
Apply to M. L. McCal , Agent; Ashland.
Apply to 31 V. B. SOULE,"Agcnt
The llogue River
GOOD AS THE
And his -prices will
ASTONISH' YOU ,
It is needless to enumerate the articles
he 1ms to sell, as he keeps everything to
dc lounu in a nrst-ciass
General Merchandise Store
When in town give him a call and he
will show yotugoods at prices that will
KNOCK THE HARD TIMES
Idea clean out your Lead.
The oldest, greatest and
tcstnnudy for the care of
iMiTousanQ r nysicci vtba-
HA8 orcscD A
to 31. E. PJGUE, Agent, Gold
Apply to S. 31. WILCOX, Agent Grant's
Pass. Or to OKO. II. ANDREAS,
O. & C. R. R. Co.. Portland Or.
A large stork of Fruit, Shade, Ornamen.
tal aud Nut trees.
Vines and Shrubbery
For sale cheap.
o Insect Pest on Trees.
Bend for catalogue. Address.
J. II. Settlkiiieu
THE ASHLAND COLLEGE
In hc building situated on the crner oi
Ciilifdrnia'and Fifth streets wheie
can be obtained a
? CORN WHISKY
IX QCAXTITIES ASD AT
IPRIGES TO SUIT-
N. K. LYTLE. Superintendent.
. Central Market,
Hanley &. Neitz, Props.
This market is-now fully prepared to
furnUkthc public with tho'clioiccsl qual
Of all kinds including
i'SSPp WEAL AH EadOTTrOSl.
CORN BEEF, SAUSAGE & LARD
The most favorable inducements offered
to patrons, nnd no effort will be spared to
ward giving funeral satisfaction.
Hasi.uy & Neitz
His slock is varied and complete, and
youc:in hardly ask for anything he -has
not gt. '
.Remember the p'acc coroner of Calf,
fornia and Oregon streets.
Highest Market Price
PAHM PRODUCE !
C3T"Cj11 and sec if Ibis advrrlisemcnt
is not as true as gospel.
UltECON ANO OlllFOKMA STS. , JaCKSO.- VIt.Lt
W. J. TIiTryZiiLB, prop'r
) itjr. Vital Exhaustion, Semlv
nal Weakness, Lofsef Man.
IiwiU, tuning Memory ana '
Relaxed and Enfeebled con-
organs, it speeony cures
Impotence, Early Becay
Loss of Vigor, Seminal
Weakness, and all the sad ef-
Q fects of youthful follies and
O abuse or Excess of M.turity
O It permanently preventa
X ill Unnatural Loss from' the
2 system, aa thousands can it
test who have used the Rem
Sejly in the, past quarter, of a,
century which it has been
before the public
It is indeed a Wonderful
Remedy toning the nerves, strengthen"
ing the muscles, checking the waste, in
vigorating the whole system and restoring'
the afflicted to health and happiness.
The Dr. will agree to forfeit. $1,000 for
a Case undertaken, not cured. The' reason
so-many cannot get cored of Weakness
and the above diseases is owing to acorn
plication, called ProstHtorrJiea, tyllli
Hypcwesthia which requires special treat
ment. Dr. Liebig's Invigorator, No. 2, with
our peculiar special trcatniefit.U the only
cure for Proslaforrhca- By it Manhood
isiestoredand the hand ot time moved
back from age to .youth.
Price ot either Invigorator, $2. Case
of bi.t bottles. $10. Sent to any address.
covered iicniely troni observation.
Dr. Lfebig .t Co. treat successfully by
Homccopathy every form of Special. Priv
ate or Chr.mic disease without, mercury
or naseous drugs. If vitality is drained
from the body, numerous diseases follow
that lKilBe ordinary medical treatment. If
ainnM'u iu lumuiuc:, mi; uuiijiiumu jua9
causes Consumption, Diabetes, Brights,
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Diseases of the genito-urlnary organs,
kidneys, liter and bladder specially treat
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& t o. from Europe, are oiganizcd in com
pllanLC with California Medical Law.
Dipjomapmcured by regular college ed
ucation and are now in their nineteenth
year of specinl practice.
Most powerful etotric belts free; to pa
tients. To prove the wonderful power of tho
invigorator a 2 bottle given or sent free
Consultation free and private.
Dr. Licbig'o wonderful German invigo
rator is protected by ropywright from
Patent Office of United States .Govern
ment. Beware of Imitations. Call or ad
dress Liebio Dispessarv,
400 Geary Strict. S.m Francisco, Cal.,
Private entrance, 400 Ulason Strret, four
blocks up Geary Street from Kearny,
Jfain Entrance throug.i Dispensary Drug
Would respectfully inform the public
that he has a fine stock of
Horses, Buggies si: (I On:f;ifti
nd he is prepared to furnish his patront
aud the uublic generally with
s can be bad on the Pacific coast. Fad
die horscshircd to go toauypart of
- tlm county
Aniiunls Bcnglit aiid Sold.
(PKCIALIST Aud QBADDA1K.)
o.'Jl Krarnj- Slrcrt, San Francisco, CatV
TREATS AI.l CHltOSIC, SPECIAL AffD PKI
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THEGREAT ENGLISH REMEDV
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??&bility. Exhausted V'
vw lainy euuiici ivi-kk-
vs ness, opermuiorrncea
C?Lost JIanhord. Im
S nrtencv. rrollor
2. sAsr . . - . ..
a"' rlioeajJ'arHlysis ana
fQsSMTot self abuse, roiitlw
fal follies and excesses in miiturer yean,,
stu h as lo" of Memory, Lasailude. Noc
turnnl Lmissions. Aversioni to SociotY
Horses broke to work sinsle or double I I-' mncssot ision, iNois.es in tne lleail.
Pour courses nf study: Normal and
Commercial College, Preparatory and In
Foi particulars or catalogue apply to
the undersigned al Ashland, Orecon.
M. G. ROYAL, A. M.
A. Cn ALE, Proprietor,
Califorxia St, - - Jacksonville,
Has just Ticca furnished an e'egant new
Siltiard and Pool Table.
The finest brands of
r Always on hand.
TABLE ROCK SALO'Ofd,
. OREGON STREET,
TrJJVTJZaY and HELMS,
The undersigned takes this method of
lnfurmins ll.c public that he now keeps a
fine bull, of ihree-qnarters Jersey blood,
who lias tew superiors in Southern Ore
gin. in his pisture near Jacksonville.
Parties desiring to place their cows in
bis enclosure will be cuarged $2.30, with
50 ernts per week Jor pasturase.
ForTurther particulirs enquire at my
Iratchcrshop in Jacksonville.
Jacksonville, Jpril 2, 18S5.
Valuable Land Tor Sala.
The proprielors ot this well known and
popular resort world inform their friends
and the public generally that a complete
and first class ck of the best, brands of
litpuors, wines, cisars, ale and porter, etc,
arc constantly kcpl on hand. They will
be pleased to have their friends "call and
A "cabinet nf curiosities may also be
found here. AVe would be pie iscd to have
persons possessing curiosities and speci
mens bring thcin in, and wc will place
them in the cabinet for inspection.
W1.VT.IKN & 11KLMS.
LUMBER FOR EVERYBODY
6 Miles South of Jacksonville,
Horses boarded and the best of care be
stowed upon them wliile in my charge
A liberal share of the public patronage
is solicited on reasonable terms
GBE&T BEDDCTI08 .
BOAED AID LOUSING
Best house for the money this side of
New Cigar Store.
the vital fluid passing unobserved in tho
urine, and olhir diseases that had to in'
sanity and death.
Dr Jjintic. who isa regular physfotin
graduate of the University of Pennsylva
nia, will agree to forfeit $500 for a case f
this kind the Vital Restorative, (under h s
special advice ani treatment) will not
cure, or for anything impure or injurious
found in it. Dr. Minlie treats all Prival
Diseases successfully without Mercury.
Consultation Free. Thorough examina
tion and advice, including analysis of
urine, 3. Price of Yital Restorative $1,50?
a bottle, or four times the quantity, $3;
scnt to any address upon receipt of price,
Or C. O. D., secure from observation, and;
in private name it desired, by Dr. A. E.
Miulic, 11 Kearney street, San Frauciseo,.
Send for pamphlet and Kitof questions..
!:iiiiple llolllr t'ref
Will he sent to any one applying by let
ter, stating symptoms, sex anil age. Strict!
secrecy in regard to aft business trans--actinns.
Dr. Mintie's Kidney Remedy, Neph'
reticum, cures all Rinds of Kidney and'
Bladder f'oniplaints. Gonorrhoea. Uleet,
I.tucorrhoea, etc. For sale by all drujj
disfs; $1 a bottle, six bottles for $0.
Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills are the
best and cheapest Dyspepsia and Bilious1
cure in the market. For sale 6y all drug-
t'Jsars, Tobacco, Clsnrrttn, XdffJn, rfc..
Also keeps a full line nt musical instru
merits, consisting ot
Unltars, Eanjoa, Tauiborlncs, Aconlconj,
Giva mc a call and I will satisfy you
both in price and in the quality of the
goods olicred for sa'c u hostel
s2 -& urj '.M
Ve euati'. i tciirt 3 fu
&' ta rt
ixa '. r-ar
C efts. T'-iio Jlsris. Orjf-Pi.- rtc J-.r i-
t'i.A - i-s. .rnt-iUvfl. I la.c.-lr3 c
V-r un f ti - - U-Irty-Cvt
ii i "us. wi iiij-.rtosrcriticunni'pf
rciEVn tr iJ.11 ji 1'. m.Ti .' v" t.
tilu.ri:Kl rtJtyja-cr. $-.2Dji iisr in is
iberrjns 10. rv. xixj L itirJrc. anil
tin aa cn.-nrv-us clrralatlon. idtjess MtSN
t au raawt s-Uclun. riib'r fl iVuszcic
aUBUCAX. set Di-oadnay.Kew Vert
Band toot ttettt Pucat trea.
The undersigned offers 2,000 acres ot
vulmh e lard for sale. Land sitnated on
Antelope creel:, eighteen m les from Jack
sonville Will be so'cHn a body for $10
per acre or in 16!) or 320 -icre lots at from
SI.-? to $20 per acre. For particulars nd
dress or call on A. L- Johnson. Land
Agent, or WM. PYBEE,
lotc or book acconnt.
and settle without"
per day at homo.
Kamnle3 worth $5
S NOW UNDER FULL HEADWAY
. and is nrctiarcd to furnish tho marki t
with every description of lurabei ofasupi
rior quality at the lowest rates. Bilh
sawed lo order andsatisfaction guaranteed.
All orders addressed to us at Jackson
villc will receive prompt attention.
PARKS & BON.
Adam SchmW, Fropr,,
The undersigned is now prepircd to
make anything in Ihe line of barrels,
keg, vats or tubs, and will also do any
kind of repairing in this line. A good
assortment of suitable timber kept con
stantly on band.
Sorght'm kegs mado tri'nrder in quan
tities to suit at 'reduced prices-. Give me
a trial. AD AJI SCHMITT.
I nn!?r Send sis cents for postage,
1 r H 1 1 1" an(' receive Irec, acostly box
H I II ILLaof goods which will help all,
of either sex. to more money richt away
than anything else In this '.vorld. For
tunes await the workers absolutely sure
At once addressTBOB & Co., Augusta, Me.
I WOULD MOST RESrHCTFCLLT in.
form the cltlnof JaeksooTllIe inl
tha world at larye. tlial thejf can find, at
uln..atinr UrevrT.tlia testlacrr
b-r, in any quantity tlis pnrchaiei n:iyileirt
My house i- conTenUntljaitnatFd anrt my ronma art
alwjitn order. AtIiIi wlllplaaaa T'o.
Tocxchancca housooffl rooms" and 3
lots 100100 feet with snrintr and.eistern
wnter on itnearpnblic tcliooj and street
cars, in city of Portland, rents for,33.per
month. Will exchange for go"k stock
ranee in Southern Oregon-. '
Address, C. W.-LAtJitEys, 0,-R: N. Co.
A Clear Skin
is- only a part of beauty;
but It is a part. Every lady
may have it ; at least, what
looks like it 'Magnolia
Balm both freshens and
Is the legitimate
result of over twen-
ty years or practical
experience- Dy .
sician pf oneortho
thialbcitlefhiik; Nervous and Phy.
sical Debility. Seminal Weakness, Sper
matorrhea, lmpotency, Prostatorrhoea..
Hyperesthesia over sea sieved ess of the
parts. Kidney and bladder complaints,.
Impurities of thu blood and diseases of the
skin. It permanently stops .all unnatural1
weakening drains upon the system, how--ever
they occur, preventing involuntaty'
seminal losses, debilitating dreams; semi
nal Josses with the nrine. prwliile atstool.-
etc, so destructive to mind and body, and5
cuics all the evil effects of youthful follies
excesses, restoring exhausted vitality.
Sexual decline and loss- of mftEhoodyliow
A thorougli- aswpll- pcKauen;curs,
and complete restoration tQ perfect healths
Strength and vigor of manhood- Is abso-"
Jntely gnaranlced by inislnstly celebrated'
rcliab'e great remedy. Prfce' $2,50 per
iKittle, orfive bottles, tor f 10". Sejitiupon:
receipt o'f -price, or O. O.D., (cranyaddres
secure from oBscryation 'andsfrictly prf
rK. c. ,n. sairir.LB
J 16 Kearny Mrect San Francisco Cal.
TKIAL BOTTtK FREE.
Sufficient to show its merit will fie.senlf
to any one . applying by letter, slattpg his-
symptoms ana, nge. ionsmiation sinew
. . .-.i f.r. ini -... i:Ai.. ai..A1
lyconuucnun.', iij iciicj, uj at um, mdcj
For1 tho convenient nfpBtlenH'asd'Itt orl
der to securo orefect secrecy, I nave an
erf a nrivate address undsr.whlch all pack
l.agcs are forwarded.