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SATURDAY. October 17 18f5.
Dkatii hf as ExrLoi.Kit Los A ft
fceles, Oct. 13. Allien E. bclm ffWTii
died of consumption this morning,
ig'ed 36. He was interested in Tomb
ii.oce .mints, discoved by his" brother
EJ. The two brothers built a steamer
nd explored the Yukon liver in 18S3
A CnisCE. General Gibbon" the
4e Bander of thii dcptfrtnxnt has
4cei4fi that what it known at the
lief a river rbate thai! hereafter be
need for military purposes in going Id
Fort Klamath and the government
will no doubt order necessary repairs
to put it in good condition.
New Abuaxoeiiest. Tho Rogue
firer distillery in now owned by Job n
A. Hanley alone, behaving purchas
ed the interests of George Love and
2L K. Lytle. Caton and Garrett of
f his place and Ashland time been ap
pointed sola agents fur the sale of this
"""" liquor and they ask for a sbaie of the
(rads promising sat if action in every
case. Head their ad.
Amksded School Laws Tho new
edition ot the Suhool Luws ordered by
the Lgi'Htie assembly is now pub
lished. Full supplies for th use of
School officers hav e been forwarded by
the Superin'endent of Public Instruc
tion to the several county Superin
tendents for distribution. Each school
director and clerk is entitled to a copy
and will be supplied by the County
Religious Itkms He v. M. A.
Willlaum will preach at Esgle Point
on Sunday next Elder H. O. Fleni
ing preaciir-n at tho Mound school
house Sunday Rev. A. R. IJielen
bach will IimM jernces at I he Preih.
terian ihutch Sunday morning and
evening Tneie will -be regular set
rices n' the Ci'lolic Oiuicli in thi
jiIhcp, Hav. F. X 1 Hiichet, ('Vnia'iti
Gi-hifji Grass of Poitlnnd, iil ad
minister cmiiii nnitiou in Jacksonville
nil Suudav Nov. 8 h.
Good Thuut irTiiLAit An rnthu
iManllc lihriniH ot this eitv has
just returned from a trip to Itoirue
river. He reports ha: ij vti fine
sport tlii'ic, having c u.H luur kin'ls
of trout, nnd noun of them salmon
trout. Tim fi'li vvnn of good tize,
Seventeen of them filling an ordina.tr
trucl full. Tlie onlv diaw bulc to the
Rojuo liver is the salmon, which are
numerous and feiocious. Tlie 'enthu
Mastic Sisliermau" stales that lie would
have ciUjjht many mm h trout but for
the fct that he ns th.s-'d ouf of flip
river by a halm in vvhiJ was either
two fiet ten inches or ten fret two
inches in lnnth, bo forgets which. It
renu that the Rojjuh will hivi to be
classed hereafter with the Trash, s
among tjie bent trout ttrciuv.in Or
011. "Or gnnian."
MCRDt.n. Just one hundred yard
tll'h chin f the lotk cut hevosid thr
Davr cn-ek tpftln 1ms lung been the
cnuipiiiv gintindii of ttMinps. Un
AVenoVmlay evening ut this tamp n
tramp named Sullivan was murdered,
being shot near the left temple by a
pistol iu the hinds of another tramp.
Some of the ml camo to town and
told of thn dead man but pretending
to know nothing of the affair. A
Coroner's jury was sunimonwl, fire
tramps arrested and at this writingthe
ladiviJa-U have broken silence and
are presumably telling the truth They
claim that the murderer bns tint been
arrested and thst he is one of a coai
paiiv of thiee who went -ouih
AVi-dn tday night and wme seen :it
Green's stali u Thursday morning
lie will duuhlh'bs lm captured. The
town has been full of trumps for a
long time and we. ailvisn oir citizen's
to beware of ihem. Rosi-burg Review.
YltEKA l?ACt:s.--AVe gnve the pro
ceudin.s of the first three tlaj's racing
at the Yreku Fsir in our last isuo and
the -l.i-t day's proceedings will be
Running race, of a mile, purse
5100. Won by Rlue Mountain Dsllo,
brating Quebpc, Minnie 11. aid Lit
tie Tom, Quebec being second. Time
Trotting race, 3 .in 5, purss S100.
Won by Cvrler's Q men, beating Hon
est Mike and bay 13. Time 3:09.
Foot race, CO yards, best 2 in 3,
purse $50. Won by John Sissell,
beating Joe M ensor and Thns. RossJ
Je taking the first heat. Best time
1 seconds. '
.Runing rare, three quarters of a
mile,' 2jiii4?L)TIis race was won by
mJKck;beaiing Garfield; but ns it
nppaarrd to l!e a throw-oflT, the judges
coritetlr declared the r&ce, pools and
The saildlt race was won by Dick
beating several contestants.
HvaKNKM. On Tuesday evening
Inst Mr. John F.'Fink, a nephew of
Hon. Henry Klippeh., was united in
matrimony vjtl ist'D-lla Curd well
at the resideitcdf the bride's parents.
Only the relatives of the contracting
parties were present. Tho bride w as
dressed in an elegant brown silk with
corsage boquet of tea roses, aid white
gloves. The bridegroom wore tho
customary suit of black with button
bole boquet of tea roses. Tho happy
pair wtre the recipients of many hand
coins and useful presents from their
friends present and abroad. After the
ceremony and congratulations, an ele
gant dinner was server! and several
hours were spent in pleasant social
intercourse. Mr. and Mrs. Fink leave
next week for thtir future home in
Bf. 'Joseph, Missouri, and they baar
with them the best wishes of oar peo
ple, among whom Mrs. Fink has grown
tip from childhood: that their future!
life may lie a realization of their most'
Joe Neitz has goue to California.
Remember Plymale as " the-' boss
Lots of new goods arrived at Max
Mailer's postoflice storrf this week.
Dr. Geo. O. D'Bar has gone to
Portland where he proposes going in
James A. and John Card n ell leave
this morning for au extensive trip to
F. M. Wider? on iad Frank Topp
ing will soon go into merchandiiing at
A two months old babe of Mr. A. ,
P Floral died Tuesday of iaSamation
of the. bowels.
The election in Virginia will be
held IsTov ember 2d and iu New York
the fol'owing day.
Tha grand jury is still in session
making a two week's term if they
shruld adjourn today.
II. W. Shaw better known as "Josh
Billings" died at Monteray, Cal , on
Thursday, aged 07 years.
Postmafter Monro of Rnvburg was
with us several days during the week
returning home last Thursday.
The Jinest lot of hats ever broucht
to town can be sr n at Juorete Drum's
and the prices will surprise jdu.
The Ross farih has not yet been
sold and the owner infoiius'm that he
knows nothing about the matter.
Jf ff Howell, at one time Sheriffnf
Josephine county, was declined insane
this week and taken to the asylum.
J. II. Griffis, one of the most ener
getic voting men of this county, has
opened a real estate office at Gold Hill.
J T Livtoti and Mrs John Boll
f Applefjilo wero in town this week.
Bjlt muht have got lost on the road
Niicht sesiinns of thi CircuiS Court
Irive been .held nil week but a large
number of cases fclill remain on the
The furniture store of E P. B-mcli
at Ashland has been bought bv II S
Emery and Mr. Braauli li.it goue Eis;
to renide. ,
Robberies arn becoming quite." fre
quent in this section and a sharp
watch tdiuuld Be kept on Sn-picious
Jackson county visitors to tho Yi1'
ku Fair have, it-turned home and all
HXpre-s themselves well pleased with
Cikt John Wolf; thp veteran sieini
hdatiii'Ui, died at, his hurr.o iu Port
land iat Wednesday night agen abjut
Andrew Jones, Accompanied by oirr
of his sons, cam tin from (ost-lmrg
Svturday to stteud the weddling of his
Central P tint is to by-trs" a hoef
uiili Gus Delpey ns liindloid. Gils
un Irrslnt'ds his business and will no
doubt do well.
Rppreyentitives of every section of
i he county have been in Jacksonville
this week attending court or on pri
Havoyou heard from Ohio? Hoadly,
the present Democratic Governor of
that State, thinks that soiumthing
must hare ftll on him.
Richuid T. Blackwood of Borla
Springs was hero yesterday. Hi wife
who has been tha guest of H. v.
Ilfluis, accompanied himou his return
Wm, Joenby is still iIip Postmiter
at G.ttl Ilili and if thu icliJuuts of
tint loeality want a lirst-c'ass oflicial
they will keejV hiiu there as long as he
Wjints the olHce.
'Profits on geneial merchandise are
qui'e lovy now but Mux Brentano of
Phoenix' this week informed us that
he can still undersell anyone in the
county. Try him stfd see.
Charley Kohn, fhe afTtb'e, the geni il
ind the ever ngrcab'e, the well knovn
head of the liquor hnute in Port'and,
called this vvetk and hold our local
dealer; fcomo good orders.
Cirdiual McCloskeyof New York,
died last Satuidny, nnd was buried
with great pomp and ceremony on
Tuesday, Archbishop Gibbons, of
Baltimore, delivering the funeral ora
tion. Maj Frank T. Burnett, 2d cavalry
of Fort Walla Walla, has been assign
ed to the command or Fort Klamath.
Major Smith of Klamath has been
tratisfered to the command of Fort
Townseud. A. 11. Maegly & Co. havo on hand
104 stoves, 79 walking plows, 15 sulky
and gang plows, 28 cultivators, 24
hanovvf, 13 wagons, and the largest
stock of hnrdwaie aud tinware in
George Neubrr of this place has
just found out that his father owned a
valuable piece of projierty in the nusi
ness portion of Yreka, to which he is
the heir, and he will take proceedings
soon to get ossession.
It is a settled fact that this state
will receive a large immigration fron
Iowa next season. This has lieen
brought about by the vuitof the Iowa
diturs and the missionary car now in
the east. A letter was received in
Poittaud rrcemly from a well to do
farmt-r, living near O kaloosa, in
which he sas: "In fact, the great
thing at the Oikalooa fair was the
car. Everyliody saw it and admired
the Oregon iirodacts displayed therein.
Consequently, an Oregon fever rages.
I am a wealthy farmer, and have an
excellent farm, but will sell it OQt next
spring, nnd lcave"fbr the land vrtiere'-it
is said crops never fail."
A stranger was arn-sted Thursdav
night uy Marshal Curtis on a charge
f drunk and disorderly- and when ex
amined a hunch of tw-nt)-pne fceysJof
all imaginable description were found
on his person. Lcok out for burglars
Among tho display of fruit und veg
etables at tha Mechanics Fair at Port
land are fine samples of gripes from
the vmjard of J. N. T. Miller of Jack
sonville, and a six and a half pound po
tato rrom the garden of Jos. Kapp, of
The Mechanics Fair at Portland
opened its doors last Wednesday. The
exhibits are up to the usual standard.
which means that they are first class.
These fairs are thn most popular of
any held in the Northwest, anut are
entitled to a liberal patronage.
A 'Eortland paper says it "Jannoi
but think tha Oregon and particular
ly Portland has more to loe thair to
gain by through connection by railroad
to California. There is a possibiluv
of its being right in reference to Ore
gon. Tim people of this valley are
willing to run the risk anyway.
It is reported, savs the ''Tidings "
that a dozen or more horses have bten
poisoned by drinking at a spring in
the mountains east of Ashland. Evi
dently some .one poisoned the spring,
and .as it was on a range where sheep
run, ifis supposed the intention was
to kill off soire of the sheep. Devel
opments may yet discover the pepetra
tor of tLe crime.
The following named law students
passed suceessful examinations before
the supreme court, ami were admitt'ei
to practice as full fledged attorneys:
R G. Morrow, W. L Boise, S J
Cliadwhk, Wallace Moun', Julius
Silvt-rstone, E E. Convert, W. Ft
Slater, U S Grant Marquam, C D
Biwl-,,0 B Wilcox, J. T. Sinclair,
U. W. Nickersou.
The Sscramento Chief of Police,
Jackson, wax lliYrika last week, to
intei view a fSaci-amento hoise owner
at race", on account of bond-men for
his ni; eir.uicH on dnrga of
stud hoise poker gnmbliif. He dp
posited amount of bond, paid officer's
exppnsfs in serving attachment, and
smarted I o'ow 'ast Sunday, to appear iu
Dive CtmpbeV, Orrgon'b champion
slogyer, ami Jack Dempsey, champion
light weuht of America, will fiht
fi,;ht ro'indp, Matquis of Qjeensberry
rules, with ilinr ounce glove', f l
1,000 a side the match to come olT
on the scond day of November, with
in 100 miles of Portland. Tho-f in
teresttd in the manly art of self de
fense look for a lively "mill."
Posfmastr.r Howard of G.jut'.s Pass
has received from the PoStKJSice Di.
partuient nonet- 'hat bid- will be re
ceived at "Washington for carrjiiii."
the mail bet wt en Ci recent City and
Giant's Pass, six times a week, the
contract to cimcenee Julv 1, 18SG,
and riding June 30, 1890. The
schedule time botweenthe two points
is 19 hours, mails leaving rh six
o'clock in 'he uiotiiig nnd arriving at
ha O'h.T end of the roii'p a 1 the
ful'o.wi'g morning This wi 1 bt
gjo. thing fo Jooipi inti county.
The agreement by which tho Oie
gon am Cilifoniia was sold to the
Southern Pacific is said fo have em
bo lied the following conditions: The
Oregon k California sells 451 miles of
completed rvnd and all its assesls, in
eluding thn laud earned and to be
earned, and its interests in the Itorth
ein Pacific Terminal Company. The
Southern Pacific is to pay 88,000,000
in Central Pacific stock nnd $10500,
000 in forty year bonds of the South
ern Picifie. and further agreeing to
complete the road.
The tri 1 of J. D Maxon, indicted
for rape, was conducted with closed
doors by order of Judge Webster.
The Judge's action iu the matter fs re
ceiving the hearty commendation of
the iioi)1e of this community as nrth
ing could bo morp detrimental to 'he
morals of Ihe rising generation than
the nauseating details of such cacs.
This is the tiist instance in which such
an order has been promulgated bv the
Circuit court of this district, nnd tho
better element will duly appreciate
the high standard of morals by which
Judge Webster was prompted to uiake
As announced last week the mar
rings of D. A. Jones and Miss Ada G.
Plymale was duly solemnized nt the
rifltidence of the bride's parents Funday
evening, Rev. M. A. Williams tjing
tho nuptial knot. At the wedding
ceremony only a few of the intimate
friends of the contracting parties and
of the family were present, but on the
following night a reception was given
ihe young folks when a large number
attended. The Jacksonville Silver
Cornrt Rind also gave them a Serenade
the whole winding up with a dance at
Holt's hall where evprvbndv look a
hand. Ilenrv Papp, Jr. acted as best
man and Miss Rosa Cm dwell as brides
maid. The bnde was dre-ssd in white
satin with fiouueej of oriental lace and
drapery ff of satin, looped with orange
blossoms. The bridesmaid was dress
ctl in cream co'ored satin with fl-iwers
of oriental laco wiih pink fljwers.
B")th e'-enings, at the wedding and
reception, Mr. and Mts, Plyiaale en
tertained their guests with a royal
supper which it would be useless to
sav was rnjbved by all present.
The voung couple havo gone to
housekeeping here, and together with
their largn. circle of friends wo join in
wishing them a long life of prosperity
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consump
tion Cure ii hoW by ns on n cuarantee.
I It cures conbuuiptioir. Brooks can
THAT HACKING-COUGH can bo
so-qmckly cured by Shiloh's Corr' We
guarantee it. Call 'at Brooks'.
Fruit Groitmjj Meeting.
Jacksonville, Or. Qzx. 8X1885
The frjeit growers of Southern Ore
gon rrtM to-aav nt" l o clock: p si ,
Ptesidert, B F. Miller in the chair.
The minutes ofjtEe special meeting
held Aug. 26' h were read r.nd approv
ed. Col. R. F. Me.ury presented the
association with a large bucket full of
choice samples of apples .and pnars,
among which were the Ben Davis
Dutch Maznone, Baldwin and Ladv
apple, and ths Burre DeAnjb pear.
Win. Kabler tavored the ciety
with a wy fine basket of fruit con
sisting of Yellow Beilflowc r and Bel
mont apple, second crop Bartl-tt pear
and some excellent specimens of sweet
potatoes of thn Nancemrnd variety
weighing from 2i 'o 3 pounds.
B F. Miller exKiKiied a splendid
samplo of the Sounder Du Cungress
pear, and present-d hi- filial report un
varieties of fruit mnst suitah'e for
shipping, TJip rej-ott win unanimous
y adopted. A. 11. Carsnn delivered
quite a lengthy fend in'.ruciip lecture-
on liie peach. He dwelt upon the im
portance of thorough cultivation anj
dra'iiag", pruning, packing and mark'
eting ilia fruit and' altsrtlii hi-
(S ; " . - a --- - .;!
spercn was encoyegingo-cne jrui.)
growers. ' , ' I
CoL Ross addressed tho bonce n few
I minutes in his characteristic and vrg-
Win. Kahler, E-q., spoke a L'w nw
ments on irngvnoii- L. P. Clark was
apjiointed to Fieak on the subject of
fruit growing at the next meeting.
On motion of G F. Pennebakerthe
Fmeefing adjourned to meet January
4, 183G J. II. Guiffis, Sec.
Circuit Court Proceedings.
The following business has been
transacted in this court up 'onetime'
EiIipSkXTIXKL went to ptess:
N. r ttt ,nl nun was appointed a
I. J. Cameion vs. John Orth; to
n cofer monpv on joint note. Judg
men' for 378 33 and cbsts.
Ma'giret Caldwell, administrator
of the pRtatP of W. S Cildwejl, de
ceased, vs. C iV. BroUick; tc lecover
liain .g-!". Dismissed oh motion of
State vs. W. J. Rnnel'; indictment
for larceny. Verdict of guilty.
Thrss Cliavnr vs. L SP. Marsh et
at.; to fuiecioe mortgage. Decice
Kubli i Bill v. O. V.'. Aker-s ttal.;
to toieclo-e mortgige. Same.
S ate vs. A, J. Meriill; indictment
for larceny. Verdict of not guilty.
Sia'evs. Geo M. Love and Wm
E. Hanley; indictment for larceny.
Cjusp continunl until next term.
S ato s G L Dunivan;iii(iictmrnt
for burglary. DefeiYdant airaigued
aud trial set for net eek.
S'ate vs-. J. D. ,MS?on;iindictmect
for rape. Verdict ogitt guilty.
suit for damages. Oh trial.''.
For lamp Ba;k, Side or Chest use
Shilnh'x Pmous Tla'tef. Price 25
;-nts. For al at E O. B"ok.
SIULOH'R CATARRH REMEDY
a positive cure fur Catarrh, Diphtheria
nnd Canker Muuih. Brcckscanfur
SUILOn'S VITALTZER is what
you need for Constipation, Loss of A)
(eti-e, Dizziness and all symptoms of
Dv.spepsia. Puce IOaihI 75 cents per
lottle. For sale at E. C." Brooks.'
? whv vrir.r. vmtt .,,.!. .!,.,.
Shiloh's cure will give immediite er-
lief. Price sOcts. and $1.00. Brooks
CROUP, WHOOPING 'COU.GH
nnd Bronchitis immediately relieved
by Shiloh's cure. Brooks keeps it.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dys-
ppp-in ami Liver Uomiii.ainU olutoli s
Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure yoa.
For sIe at E. C Brooks.
SLEEPLESS Nielli's; rondo mis
erablp by that t"rrtble cough. Shilnli's
Cur is the r medv for.rou. Brooks
keeps it. ""
THE REV. GO. II. THAYER,
ot linurooii, ami., fsys: "lsolu mv-
self nnd wifp owe our lives to SHI
LOU'S CONSUMP1TON CURE."
Brooks keens it.
Corsnf Cojiitissiosens' Court.
The follow I tit; proceedings took ilace
at the Ocolier term:
TIip ttrminal pointR -of tlie public
rrtaci known us be 4acxsonvillo ami
tsutte creeK road, linvint; utcorue un
certain, it was ordered th it the sail
road be resurveved .Tulip M. Nich
oU, Win. Wiley "and R. jJJilcDoiwW.
were appointed iewers' ail "James
Jeffrey turvpt or. ' ' ,v
Bid of Dunlap & Sto.adman to fnrild
a bridge m-roa.s Gr'lOii creek nan ac
ceiited. 1 :.
ine tax levy for the rnedtug year
wasjil.acd at 20 ruiils, with the poll
tax at SI. . fi
P. Anise of Gold Hill vrai granted a
lic"-n--e toell liquor for six. momiis.
W R. .Tones, "Tbos. FJftaall ami
iVrtliur WiNo'i vtin appijinted as
viewers to itsi-esa damages Wim Bvbie
wi 1 fcUitam by ri'n'-on tit a cnuntv
road lUinuiij tlirotiili hiviuiil n in
.eri-ect tlie new bridge acros3 Rugne
Bills !o a considerable- amount wen
Alt Ibe i:
T-) eaplivatf tlf p'lpuhr taste and
surpass all previous effort -to pleas
llic palate, requires no sin?.li amount
of knowli-dne and no little skill, and
when we remember that the very
BCrpeablf liquid fmit reutrdy, S, rnp
of F!a is as bnf fioial lo ihe ?tii em,
ns it in acceptable to the a'ottiach, we
rea.lil ouden-tand wLj it is thp uni
verval favorite hS a cure for Habitual
Constipation and the other jls urisiiii:
from a weakness, or inactive condition
of the Bowel, KtJuev's, Liver aud
Stomach. Sample lot'Iei freo arid
large bottles for salt) bylMerii't fc
. Robinson, Jacksonville.
Report for- the month ending Oclobsr
c O 1.
J; y - C
c zi x .
DETAnTMZSTS. M 3 3-7
C Iji c-,c
Higher 37 30 112 15
Grammar 33 37 1 0 20
Intermediate. 4tf 42 0 0 24
Primary 40 39 4" 0 17
VuLf 1TI J54J 6 2 76
ROLL OF HONOR.
A 1 Fletcher Linn. A 2 Hattie
B Mabel Baker, Lena Cameron. B 2
James clover,Kasper Kub'.i, Phebe Kelly,
C 1 Jennie Jackson, Susie Turner,
John Jeffrey, Wm Miller. C 2 Louis
Plymale, Anna Shipley, Eva Bellinger.
A.-Katy R -ed, Mamie Croncmiller,
T5. innie Ross, Carrie Croncmiller
Willie Williams, Robert Jeffrey, J as
Watson, iriggie Shipley, John Ortli,
Fsie Fisher, Fred Luy, James Doncgan,
C.-JIay Huffcr, Vollie Miller, Mary
Day. Birdie Helms, Laura Luy, Bcttie
Mulicr, Maggie Moody.
A illiujjwinur. Liiris-iyviriu.
j -n'Mir- T-i.-l..l.. ty :- .TT A
fTJJtHrey. .lames, Jjinli, uussicr.ipc,
B. Lena. Bowdcn, Maude Kress, Nellie
''erritt, Annie Eaton, Ida Clemmens,
Eddie Reynolds, Jennie Retimes, Marvel
Taylor, Miln Bei", Jessie NefT
C. Harry Miller, Rosa Luy, Henry
Orth, Emin'i He'ms, Emma Reed. John
Bcuter, James A ilson, Kennie Taylor.
A Man-Waters, liaMe Priest, Frank
i B G"orcre Mensor Itosa Brentano.
. da Priest, Harry Luy, Ray .-Iibriglit,
Willie .Miller.Joscn'i Unmes.
C Id n Benz.r.valena vt rritt, Gertrude
Fisher, Bay Jackson, Bindiiird Carter,
Ltuenp itolnson and treodie ticbe.
Pupil are placed on the honor roll in
the order of their average scholarship,
hieiicst first .
In order tob" pi wed on the honor roll,
pupils must have the following stundi'ig:
Srhol irslip SO. Deportment O'J, .-fttend.
rnce 100, l'unetu iv 101 Parents will
aid as tre t'j y steins that thomontlily
repirt r-ri'- "t-' p"perly signed and-returned
to t!,e t.T I'ers earh month.
We esH-tli" attenti.m of tho patrons of
thcseliod and especially thatorthepj
ixaits to the rumh r of visits we have re
eel vid. We would have you remember
the R'dioo s tir" yours, and that you rein
add jt ally to the efficiency r-nd enthusi
asm of both trachcr and pupils by your
triendly proenee. Come oten nnd help
US' in our niutu il work of education.
GLO.H. WATT, Principal.
"Wm PniBST. )
Ai.tPE Bnnuis. J- Asst. Teachers.
A tten ,tBTrnlsn.
Mr. J. M. McCami, of ' Bridgeiiort,
W. Va., a contributor to poultry jour
nals of the LTnited States and Cmatl ,
nti'l a largo chicken raiser, s?ya
from pspprinnce th it if St. Jacobs
Oil is mixed with dough and fed to
pu'lry sutlring from chit ken choleia,
all that an- able to swallow vvill bp re
stored to health, and if saturited pill
are fotced down thp tliroatsof ihoti
that cmnot sv5iTrow thev wlirflajl?
their wings and crow in yiur face.
Wh"n Baby was sick, we pave her
Whpn she was a Child, sho crid for
When shs became Miss, she clung to
When she had Cnildren, she gave them
-uL".j ::..,.nM.,fA!Si-JJ-!iiaa'--' l.: m
Rogue Hivar Distillery,
Johi X Huiiley, - Projmelor.
Cataj& Garrett, General Agents.
IK QCAXTITinS AKD AT
PRICES TO STJIT-
All Uwse indebted to the Rogue River
Distilling Company, either by nolo or
hook sccount, are rcquestcu to can ami
!etllc at once, as an immediate settlement
must be had. All accounts not settled by
the IGth day ot November will Irs placed
in an atimev's hand"? for collection. .
PorfUirther particulars call on the nn-
Ufrsijraia or my agm in oacKsonviuc,
Jl. Caton. ,. J. i. H.vKLET.
Jacksonville, Oct 13, IPSO.
"ur.ice linlitatiyus" of T hat is buicatli,
eo tue Pliaples, S..ie3, Boro Kycs,
Iioil, and Cutaneous Irnptions v.ulh
v liua ecpa a. aunoved in f priii ami
ca.lv s". mcr. The c-l.o nu'tcr accumu
la'etl tUi.iusr tie w nUr luintb, now
u i rs i'i pi-escje felt, through Kature's
c 1". vors to cpcl it from tbe system.
l iie it r-:i.iia. it is apo;-oa that festers
lathe Ii'imIi 'dnnyiljvelop itt'a Scrcf
v.i:v. 1 ..i (.. jUUon cancs dtmnjrcmer.t
of I ho i)i -cive awl a-simiiatory orjaii'',
a. itlra feeluiz of enervation, Samrnor. and
' avearinew often lightly spolcenot as "only
rprins fever." Tlieso are ev klences thjt
Isalure is not able, unaided, to- throw otf
the torrent atoms which -weaken thp- itjl
f 'ms. To regain bejltti. Jiature must bo
ahktlbva tiioroinjh blood-purifviiirmctl-icuic;
lUidujtUiacUau to cncctivciu
which b mfaclcnfly powerfnl to expel
from tiie ;vstem ev en the Unit of Hei etl
The medical profession Indorse Aytr's
SvnsvPAnirXji.ar.d many attestations of
the (aires cfieetedby Itcome from all part
of tho world. It Is, in tho Lrasuapo of
the Hon. Francis Jev7ctt, ex-Stats Sen
ator of Jtavuchusctts and tex-JUvor of
Lowell, "iiie only preparation lluit docs
real, lasting good.'
Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., lours, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists: Price $1;
i Six bottles for $5. ,
e - '-S
Glory and Yery
We keep in stock all kinds of Shelf Hardware, Stove and Tinware, Oils and Hows;
Wagons Harrows and Cultivators,
Lamps, Bells," Rope, Iron. Paint ami other Brushes, Curry
Combs, Tacks, Window glass, Coal oil. Hinges, Blacking, Pad
locks. Door locks, Powder and Phot, Fues, Caps, Sand Paper,
Knives and forks, Cros cut saws, Hand saws, Planes, Nailsr
Traps, Grind stones, Bolts, Augers, Cable chain, and many other
goods too numerous herein to mention.
.Largest Stock of Hardware and Farm
- -Implements itf "SolTtlVern Oregon.
Call or writeTor pricos-- A.If.MKC.TsS; Co., .lacksonviKeVOTCgori
CRONEMILLER & BIXiDSEY,
LvBELLE WACONS, BUGGIES AW1 HACKS.
LANSING RIDING HARROWS WITH SEEDERS COMBINED,
BUFORD CULTIVATORS AND SPRING T OTn HARROWS.
"JlcSHERRY GRAIN DRILLS AND BROAD-CAST SEEDERS;
BUFORD PLOWS, ALLSIYLES.
COLLINS CAST CAST-STEEL PLOWS.
RANDALL 7ULVERISING HARROWS.
CIDER MILLS. FANNING MILI5. CORN SHELLERS,
HAY C ITERS. FAIRBANKS SCALES.
COOPER'S ENGINES AND SAW-MILLS,
CHALLENGE GRAIN CRACKERS, Etc.
T'aAS SERVID OU 5HaT NOTICE-
Wo won If respectfully ak our patron am friciuTa to call nncT sea
onr line of goods before puruliabing elsewlierc, as wo feel Mire v&
Sell As Low If Not Lowr
Than any first-class goods can be feuld.for; and we guarantee all our
goods as represented.
CROXEMILLER AXD BIRDSEY.
JnckEonvillc, Oregon, May 0, 18S4.
Toilet Sets, Parlor Lamps
Clothing, Dress roods,
mn .iiui, no urn mu mi
ETC, ETC, ETC-,
In Full Measure and Fine Quality
AT MERRI'TT'S CASH STORE,
Red Men's Building. acksonTille, Orcgcr?
HATS ASD B001T9
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies, Etc , Etc
Calilomia street, betwceD Oreson and Third, Jacksonville.
CALL AND SEE MY
Fresh New Stock and Rew Prices J
PRODUCE TAKEN II? EXCHANGE.
Child's Snow Flaek. Every lady,
wishing a clfir, .dtdieate complexion,
should use Child's Srow Flake. It
nouriihes and freshens the hkm, re
inoves Tan nnd Sunburn, and, tbenat
ural nj pearance imparted, renders it
impossible to detect its use. Warrant
eil perfeclly harni'eis. Sold by all
druggists, or by the manufacturers,
John A. Chilil i Co., Drusts, Port,
land, Oregon. Mail orders promptly
attei ded to, Price 50 cents.
GTFY BASBSE SHOP
Jacksonville. - - Oregon.
Tlie undersigned is fully prepared to do '
all work in his line in the best mannerand.LHQ.rSt JL. Jttyder, Jfropf..
at reasonable prices. 1
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO TnE
JCX undersigned by nole or book acconnu
arc requsitca lo car nnn S'-Iti" wit' mt
d'lav , O. KAREW8KL
'-i sx' t,jmir3Tiianscsaar
S is scar,
. v Teas,
Parties harini; Wool for sale will ffnd
it to their a1tv.1nt.15c to call on me before
selling to othtf parties, as I aro paying
HIGHEST CASH PRfCE
For fcolli Spring and Fail clips.
Tall on or address me at Ashlimd. Ogn.
David C. IIeijbin.
Ashland, Oct. 0, 187.
Koxfcyvllle ..., Oresoorl
rirst-c'ass accommodation can alwayf'
be had at this Itooso at the mot reasonat.
-.n excellent stable connected" with'
muf:a weckiityoarowntovtn. ''lVrmj
i)DO ind ?5 ntt& frw iflrctSf H.
HiiXET,:A Co., I'orrianu iiaiuc;