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SATtrnoAT, IfovciinER 28, 1885.
Fruit Trees. J. Lusk and San of
the Oakland Nurfery, Csl. liave fruit
trees here for sale cheap. Apply to
G. A. Hubbell.
Bids Wasted. Sealed .reposals
'will be receirtd at my place of busi
tiess until Thursday, Dec 3, 1885, at
noon, for hauling 300 tons of quartz,
more or less, from nay ledge in Wil
ls w Springs precinct to Jacksonville.
Raffle On New Year's night a
grand rafilo for S100 in gold coin will
take place at Tlios. Riley's saloon in
Jacksonville. The highest throw
takes Q7o and tbe lowest $25.
Chances will be only 1 apiece. It
Trill no doubt be one of the most in
teresting raffles thai has taken place in
the county for sometime past.
Acquitted Mrs. Amanda Mc
Daniel, charged with being an acccm
Jilice of O'Neil in the murder of Lewis
JlcDanicl, her husband, was trioil thii
woek and the jury brought iu o Terdict
of cot guilty. Tho jury is said to have
stood eight for conviction and four
for acqlittal-on the first ballot but
after twenty-four hours deliberation
the four carried tho day and the prison
er was declared not guilty. Sho was
discharged iu consequence ttfter baring
been in jail over six months awaiting
Socictt Meetings. The Womeon's
Christian Temperance Union will meet
at the JI. E. Church, Tuesday evening,
Dec. 1st, at 7 o'clock. A full attend
anco is requested, as the annual elect
ion el Ofaeers will take place.
Mns. A. V. BiCKEsmcu, Pres.
Jilts. W. J. PLTilALE, Sscty.
Tha Woaiens' Presbyterian Home
Jliesionary Society ill meet in the
basement of the Presbyterian church,
Thursday afternoon, Dec. 3d, at. 2
o'clock. Mrs Wa. TuitNEtt, Pres.
Mrs. W. J. Plvuale, Secy.
Religious Items Elder M. Peter
son will liuld services at Grant's Pass
Kunday morning aud evening. . . . Reg
ular services will be held at thn Cath
olic church in this place, F. X. Blanch
et officiating.... Rev." A. 11. Bieken
back will hold services at Phoenix in
the morning and at this place in the
evening, Sunday ....Rev. W. P. Wil
lisms will preach at Jump-off Joe next
Sunday and at Central Point tic fol
lowing Sabbat h....Uev. A. H. Sun
deruian will h;H services in German
in the. Presbyterian church next Sun
riy at 10J o'clork A. ST.. ...Rev A.
M. Rusbel of Ashland will preach at
Medford the first Suudsy in December,
cud the Saturday before at 2 o'clock
r M. There will also be a church
'Ftr -STXnrGEsus Tbir Secretary
of State has received by wire and
o'hrrwive a statement of the census of
1885: Following ia the report of the
-Secretary of State on which Cox' bill
for a re-apportiunuient of the Slate,
into legislative districts i based:
Biker, 7.000; Benton, 6.00S; Clacka
mas, 10,035; Clatsop, 10,240; Celnra
bia, 3,013; 0., 5,795; Cr.-ok. 2,522;
Curry, 1,168; Doacla, 8,053; Gtliimu,
3,355; Giant, 4,882; Jackson, 8,738;
Josephine, 2.727; Klamath, 1,578;
Lke, 1,530; Lane, 10.0G8; Linn,
11.431; Marion, 15,453; Morrow,
3,716; Multnomah, 35,732; Polk,
6,316 Tillamook, 1,589; Umatilla,
10,920; Union, 9,588; Wasco, 7,820
Washington, 8,246; Yamhill, 8,164
total population, 19S.C92. In 1880
tho total population of the State was
174,768. The increase, therefore,
since 18S0, has been 24,000.
Ajr E.NTcnrr.isiso Citizen. L. D
Brown, of the St. Charles Hotel, has
just raturneJ from a two weeks trip
to Jacksonville, Jackson county. Tho
mining outlook is said to be very good
in and about Jacksonville. So good
is it that Mr. Brown has determined
to put up a mill of a capacity of ten
tons a day on Jackson creek, at Jack
eonvills. This will ba in operation
inside of thirty days. It will be pro
vided with all tho latest improvements
for saving gold and sulphurets. There
art old fashioned mills in the vicinity
of Jacksonville, but thay are not fitted
with recently discovered npphances
for saving the precious metals, and
are practically useless, Mr. Brown
is satisfied that a custom mill will pay.
Two thousand tons are now on the
dumps, within a radius of ten miles of
Jacksonville, awaiting tlwr'crection of
Mr. Brawn's mill- "Xews."
W. F. k Co's. Mosev Order Sts-
tem Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Exprek?,
and the United States Express, have
tuailtt arrangements for tho issuance
of Postal Mone) Order, payable at
any oQbe of either company through
out the United States and Canada.
The rates are as follows:
For SltoS5 5 cents.
OverS 5toS 8 8 "
' S10toS20 10 "
" S20toS30 12 "
" ?30toS0 15 "
" 540toS50 20 "
These orders can be paid by any
express office in the countrr, and are
issued the same as an ordinary bank
check. The send- of the money re
tains a receipt, and if orders are lost
he can get his money refunded. This
system seems to be an opposition ar
rangement to tha postal money order
and Kttat notes, and arc procured thn
same as a postal note, with addition of
receipt for recovery of money if order
should be lost. The books and full
instructions iave not yet been re
ceived, but are expeelsd in few days,
so (hat orders may be issued to all
who des:rs to patronise tha express.
Pay your taxes.
Christmas comes next.
King Alfonso of Spain is dead.
Bad roads are teported by all our
Go to Mensor Bros.' Bazaar when
yo'vwant to secure bargains.
'A large amount of grain bag been
shipped from Msdford this searon.
Considerable rain fell this week and
most of our miners hava commenced
Wd. Smith is out again bat the
sight in his injured eye is probably
The matrimonial business is boom
ing so we are informed by County
Notice those big potatoes at'Colvin's.
They come from C. O. Riglows place
Capt H. Kelly has returned from
Salem where ha has been attending
A fine selection of shoes direct from
the east can be found at Jlerritt's
cheap cash store.
To comply with the law, EJ. Caton,
elsewhere makes the repuired publica
tion of bis application.
Senator Mitchell received 800 con
gratulatory dispatches within the first
two days after o'ecticn.
If you bare any specialities for hol
iday goods now is the time for all our
merchants to advertise them.
Henry Mensor shut himself in the
hand accidently this week while haud
Iiug a pistol in a careless way.
A good piece of work was dona on
tha ltiw Griffin crewk bridge by Messrs.
Duulap & Steaduian, the contractors.
Sire. M. Little has gone to Rose-
burg to lemain during the Winter
with her daughter, Mrs. E. G. Hursh.
Smator Stanford's gift to California
in the establishment of a great univer
Mty will aggregate about $20,000,000.
King Alfonso of Spain is dead but
Plyraalc is still on hand ready to hitch
up a team at the Excelsior livery
Circuit Court adjourned en Wed
ueday last. The regular term com
mences on the first Monday in Jan
A bill pasted the Legislature at the
special tessiou appropriating 10,000
for a bridge across Bogus River near
Mrs. Amanda McDanie! has re
turned to Butte Caepk having been
found not guilty by the jury that
tried her case.
Tho mambers of the Jacksonville
Turnverein seem to be enjoying them
selves as they keep the ball rolling
night and day.
Jacksonville LodgB-No.-r 10, I. O.
O. F elects officer '.bin evening and
a full attendance of tha members in
It is rumored that Nultner will
start another democratic daily at
Portland. He should by all means be
Tli ere ar twelve thousand aad one
hogs in Jackson county aud the Iarge&t
one of the whole lot can ba found in
The nsw registry law has passsd
both houses of legislature, and Kill no
doubt be in proper shape for use at
the next June election.
A very slim crowd attended tho
races and dance at Sport's Poiut on
Thanksgiving Day so we ara informed
by parties who were prsssnt.
Vice President Hendricks is dead
and the President pro tern of the Sen
ate, Hon. Geo. F. Edmunds of Ver
mont, nill likely succeed hire.
The members of Vgrren Lodge F.
and A. M. will Ujjel'jWco that ihe
regular election ofters will be held
Wednesday night, December lGth.
Miss Annie JcGill died at her home
in New York -cca, tly of spinal dissnse.
She was a sister ot M. L. McCall of
As'aland, v. hum she paid a visit last
Geo. Knowltoa, the printer who
lived at Medford for a year past died
in tho insane asylum this neek. He
suffered from lead poitonicg in the
A stranger was arrested here this
week for larceny csmmitted at the
Dalles some tiu i since and will be taken
below for trial as soon as officers arrive
Prof. W. F. Williamson has re
signed his position as Principa1 of the
Madfard district school and will here
nfler devote all ot his time to the prac
tice of law.
The O'Neil murder case will be
argued before tha Supreme Court nn
Monday next. J. It. lSeil started
belcw this week to appear for tho
Newman Fisher of this placs has
been appointed asignee of the estate
of Baruch Fisher, of Woodtille, as
signor. Kead what be has to say in
Congressman Hermann left for
Washington, D. C, last Saturday.
His friends gave him quite a send off
on tho eve ef his dsi-arture. He is
followed by the kind wishes of all our
- W ithin the past six weeks 27,000
dozen of Iowa eggs hava been sold in
Portland. Home small lots ef butter
are also coming in from the same
state and an importation of dressed
chickens is expected befora long. It
is evident that the poultry f this
hi. - .tfa-ri 1 Lu. U " i
Geo. JL Wiliurd ha purchacd the
hardware store of Miller & Co. at
Ashland and is now in full possession
Mr. Wi lard is a rustler and deserving
Another carload of carp will Tie out
this way in tha spring. Those wish
ing to be supplied will do well to for
ward their apiduntions to the 'United
States Conimivioner of Fish and Fish'
erie, Washington, D. C."
Thankgiving was celebrated here on
Thursday last in the usual maanrr.
Regular aeriices were held at the
churches, tinkers and cranberry sauc
were served at dinner, the whole wind
ins up with a dance in the evening.
T-a as ier th.ua.
Senator Stnfordro California has
given $20,000,000 to endow a univer
sity in which young men and women
r to be taupht the practical duties of
buMUPfw life. This is the largest sura
over civen by one man to any object
ot public character.
Having leased new quarters the
SrcCTIXEL 'fiic after this week il
be fouud m John Orth's brick in the
roous formerly occupied by qur cot em.
Tuo telegraph office will also be moved
to the rainc place as it will be a better
locatio't for the patrons than the one
At a colored wedding recentlyin
Peier.hurg, when the minister rel
the words, "love, honor, and ober,"
the groom interrupted him and said:
"Red that azaiti, Sib, rrnd it wounce
mo', eo's de lady kin ketch de full
solemnity of do meanin.' 1'se bin
Soma of the bay miners are expos
ing a swindlp in connexion with tho
Louisiana Lottery, through which a
Frenchman, of San Francisco, v. as
defrauded of $15,000. They should
tcep the matter iu type aud re-pul-hsh
it in conjunc'ion with the next
bit of drawn numbers. It would
then be interesting reading for the
Hon. Walter Sutten, member of tie
Legislature from Curry County, pub
Usher of the "Gold Beach Gazette,"
and one of those " " that voted
for John H. Mitchell for U. S. Sena
tor, was m town this week, but, strange
to say, neither he or Mitchll wfro
burned in effigy. Walter an old Jack
8onvilIe 1 oy and wo are proud of hire
as a legislator even after he had sworn
allegiance to another county.
The "Shasta "Courir" savs it is
estimated that tunnel 8 will be com
pleted, track laid and cars run to
Slate Creek by thn first of December.
Slate Creek will then V.e railroad and
stsge headquarter for the winter. It
is said that as soon as the wintir
storms ft in, th- gret'inu gangs will
be laid off until spriug, but the mason
and tunnel forefs will be kept at work
Tunnel 8, when completed, will be
3(50 feet long.
Whi'e the U- S. Senate would prob
ably tell us that sre have nothing to
nay in the matter we nevertheless
nominate Hon. Johri'Hr'Mirtlic'.l of
Oregon for President of that body
thereby making liitn Vice Pretident of
these United States. Should the
Senate of the United States fail to
elect we are willing for the Oregon
Legislatute t be called in special
session again to sotlle tho question.
The November number of the
"United State Official IVtal Guide"
gives thi whole number of post offices
in tho Ucitn.l States. 51,363, of which
ceventy one nre Gist class, and 3S2
xecond rls-. 179G Oiird class, and
49,314 fourth class. The first, second
and third clashes are Presidential
offices, tho President appointing the
postmasters; the post masters of the
fourth claw offices are appointed by
the Postmaster General.
Owing to the railroad company
chauging timp, by running through to
Delta, without laying over night at
Be Iding. the stages will arrive here
every morning between 2 and 4 o'clock
making closer connection with Ash
land stage. Heretofore tho 6tago ar
rived about noon, the passengers and
mail laying over night in this place to
take stage for Ashland next morning
The time of departure from Yreka far
Delta mil Ashland, will be the same
as haretofore, going south after supper,
on arrival of stsge from Oregon, and
going north each morning about 4
o'clock, or as soon as Delta stage ar
rives. This will make one day's quicker
time from San Francisco. "Journal-"
We were shown this morning, says
tha Redding "Free Pross" of the 24th,
a veritable curiosity in the shape of a
mineral deposit. It was simply a
conglomerate mass of lava-quartz and
gravel, interspersed with bunches of
old particles abjut the size of and
re'tmbling large grape seeds. John
O. Walsh, who showed as the speci
men, says that it came from near Mt.
Shasta, "hd was found about 50 feet
from the su-facs. The diseovnry is
called the "Great Northern Bosra,"
and is the richest, yet made, there
being acres of this rich strain. There
is much excitement regarding this
new field of wealth.
Dear youns ladies of Jacksonville,
Success to yonr determined will,
We hope that wine and all its crew
May have respect for all of you.
And he who chews tbe navy plnj,
May quit the same to get a bug;
Or be who smokes, or drinks, or plays,
.May think ol you and mend his ways
And when he looks npop the cards.
He'll think about the female bards;
Or when beer he wants to guzzle.
He'll be in an awful puzzle.
And wish he did know it,
Which of your ladies was tbe poet;
Again we hope he'll also fret,
nd throw away bis cigarette.
.dnd drink no wine, or other slop.
That he may gain that favored flop;
So wishinjj all many great joys,
We sign ourselves the Foot's Creek
CkIivo. Usii tludtr inlvtinis Udlliai
he ha completed the school assess
ment ot this urerinct ana mat ij will
bring in something oer S1.400 on
the four mill tax levied. Tbe " mort
gage tax law works against oar dis
trict when it comes to-a precincttax
as a number of our monied men have
inves'ments on tho outside that will
not apply in this case.
The tiarty given by the Red Men at
their hall last Thursday night was not
as large as it should have been but all
these present enjoyed themselves all
the samp, enough dancers being pres
ent to comfortably fill the hall. Only
for the death of a joung man of this
place that evenintr, many more would
have attended. As it was there were
just ouough to make it enjoyable, and
if any onp went away di.spleasd we
have failed to hear of the party.
A Portland drummer bid a fit on
the street one day this week causing
some excitement but no damage.
Marshal Curtii as in the upper por
tion of town ot the time and seeing
the crod collect he ran down to in
vestigate thinking there was a fight
on hand and a possible fee for him if
he got there in lime. As the Marhal
ran past one of our business houses a
dog caine out aud took after him.
No-arrests were made as Curtis was
kept busy with the dog until after tho
riot was quelled.
A man by the name of Frank "Ray
man and a iinntr by trade, started
from Kerhyrillo tomnthing over two
weeks sinco to go through to tho coast,
having j roiisions. for only two dav.
He had not proceeded fr on his way
when the late storm came on, and he
was lost in the fog. H attempted to
make his waj back to Kerby ville once
or twice, but concluded after a time he
was nearer to the coast. In fine, he
roamed about in tha mountains for
twelve davs, having nothing to eat but
soma old sheep skins which he found
in a deriertrd cabin. He was also
without blanket, and the matches he
had upon him had becom wet
and wou d not burn. When well nigh
famished from hunger, and nearly
caked from trivelinc throuch brush
and oer ruggod mountains, h armed
at Mr. Fry's place on Roue river.
Hera the poor man was kindly re
cehed, nd is now all light- "Del
Cotter's Fish Whiskies. Again
we greet our many friends, reminding
them that the season of "pence on
earth and good will towards men,"
is rapidly approaching, when prosperi
ty and generosity go hand in hand, and
the uhule civilized world seeks for
those tributes and mementoes which
.erve to bind closer the friends of
fleeting yars. After the lull comes
the storm; the season of depression is
rapidly passing away. The signs of
the tiroes indicate a better and moro
active future, and in anticipation of an
increaied d"iiinnd for fine whiskies
we will give personal attention to the
best of European aud Ei-tern liquors.
We now off r to our hHi the ail
aiitageof selecting- fri, these Gn"
whiskies, which wo guarantee will not
b"exclled on thu const. Wo have in
stock, J. F. Cutter, Extra, 0:d Bunr
oon, and Argonaut whiskies. Mcrritt
it Robinson Iisr bpen appointed
agent for the celebrated "J. F.
Cutter" whisky for this section
of Jackton county. He will sell at
same price that you would have to pay
at E. Martin & Co.'s distillery, Ky.
Put up in half and whole bbK;abo
cases of Cotter at S. F. Prices.
John L. Burns, commercial agent
for E. Martin & Co., 408 Front St ,
San Fraucisco. 3m nov 1
THE UEV. GEO. H. THAYEB,
of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both ray
self and wife owe our lives to SHI
LOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE."
Brooks keeps it.
ARE YOU iMADE miserable by
indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness,
Loss of Appetite, lellow Skin? Shi
oh' Vitalizer is a positive cure. For
eale by E. C. Brooks.
A NASAL INJECTOR free with
each bottle of Shiloh's catarrh rsmedy
Price 50 cets. at Brook's.
HACKMETACK a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 23 and 50 cts.
at E. C. Brooks'.
CATARRH CURED, health and
sweet breath accured by Shiloh's C-i
tarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents at E.
C. BrooKs's. Nasal Injector free.
SHILOH'S CURE will immediate
ly relieve croup, whooping cough and
FOR DISPEPSIA and liver com
plaint, you have a printed guarantee
on every bottle o? Shiloh's vitalizer.
It never fails to cure. Brooks keeps
SHILOH'S COUGH and CQnsuhjp
tion Cure is sold by us on a guarantee.
It cures consumption. Brooks can
THAT HACKING COUGH can bo
so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. Call at Brooks'.
CROUP. WHOOPING COUGH
and Bronchitis immediately relieved
by Shiloh's cure. Brooks keeps it.
Child's Snow Flake. Every lady,
wishing a clear, delicate complexion,
should use Child's Snow Flake. It
nourishes and freshens" the skin, re
moves Tan and Sunburn, and, tbe nat
ural appearance imparted, renders it
impossible to detect its use. Warrant
ed perfectly harmless. Sold by all
druggists, or by the manufacturers,
John A. Child k Co., Druggists, Port
land, regon. Mail orders promptly
attended to, Price 50 cents.
When Baby was sick, we gave her
When she was a Child, she cried for
When she became Mi;s, she clung to
When she had Children, she gave thera
Wm. Linn, eldest son of Divid and
Anna Linn, died at the family rei
dence Thursday evening at 5 o'clock.
Otie year sinco ho contracted severe
cold which resulted in pulmonary
disease, and ihonh every thin" wa
Idene for him that medical sirnce could
suggest, or thfr loving hands of parents
and friends devise, he uradually grew
woise. During the fall his mother
took an extended trip with him to
San Francisco with the ho-je that a
warmer climate would prove beneficial,
but he returned home a month since
and has kept hU room ever sinee.
He bore his long illness uncomplain
ingly, ever hopeful and cheerfal, and
always had a kind word for the dea
or.es at home, and the many young
friends who watched the progress of
his disease with anxious sol.cilude.
The Di'aih Angel has cros-ed the
threshold of a happy home for the
firpt time, and laid an icy hand on
first born son, leaving an aching voice
in the heart of the home circle that
can never be eflaced; but let us hope
that Time, the merciful healer, will
comfort the broken hearted and soften
into a blessed memory the cherished
companionship of the one whose chair
shall henceforth be vacant at the fire
side, and beyond the dark shadow
that has fallen across tha hearthstone,
may 'he glorious promises of immor-
Mtitand iiersjia be the guiding
star to n re union whers death cannot
enter and where earthly sorrows are
no more. Willie was a worthy com
panion of the Chanipions of Honor
and a member of the Silver Cornet
Bind. The funeral will take place
today at 2:30 P. ii. under the auspices
of the Champions of Honor and the
Silier Cornet Band. Services at the
Presbyterian church, Rev. A. R.
Bickenhach officiating. We extend
our sincere sympathy to tha bereaved
family and friends.
Is a prolific source of misery and
many ills, giving rise to Headache,
Dullness, Fetera, Nervousness, Rest-
essnes", Biliousness, Indigestion, Pois
oning ot iilood, etc. The bitter
nauseous Liver medicines, pills, salts
Riid draughts formerly used to relieve
the sufferer, only aggravate the disease
and sicken the stomach. All who are
afflicted in that way, know the impor
tance of the remedy pleasant to the
p.ilate, harmless in its nature, and tru
ly beneficial in its action. TJe trial
bottles of Syrup of Figs given away
tree ot charge by ou- pnterpnmng
druggists Merritt and Robinson of
Jackt-onville prove that it is all that
can be desired. Large bottler at fifty
cents or one dollar.
3?otitioa for License.
ATOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT
li I will make application to sell
liquor in lets quantities than one gallon
at the regular meeting of the County
'-our t in January next.
E- B. CATOF.
i'entral Point, -2fov51, 1S85.
K. Prjree, SI. D.
t. r. Geary, 31. D.
PKYCE & GEARY.
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
Offices. For the present will be as
The following Sealed Proposals will
be received until Ucccmb'r 3rd, 1833,
by George Scbumpf, at Jacksonville,
Oregon, for the hauling of 300 tons, more
or less of quartz, from his mine at Wil
low bprings, Oregon, to Jacksonville,
Oregon. The price pr ton specified in
tbe contract lor the delivery of the
required amount. GEO. SCflDMPF,
The undersigned having becnippointed
Assignee of the estate of Baruch Fisher,
-issisnor, under and in pursuance of an
-.el of the Legislative Assembly of the
State of Oregon, entitled "An Act to se
cure Creditor! a just division of the Es
tates or Debtors who convey to Assignees
lor the benefit of creditors," approved
October 18, 1878, and the amendments
thereto approved February 24, 1883,
hereby gives notice to all those owing the
estate that an immediate settlement is
wsnted, and those having claims will
present them at once accompanied with
the necessary vouchers.
My office is in Jacksonville, Oregon,
where all settlements can be made.
Assignee of Baruch Fisher.
CITY BASSES SHOP
Jacksonville, - - - Oregon
The undersigned is fully prepared to do
all work in his line in the best manner and
at reasonable prices.
Havinctaken out the necessary license.
I offer my services to the public as a
All business in my line will be .iromnt-
lyattendedtoat reasonable rates. Satis
faction guaranteed. For further particu
lars enquire of or address,
W m. A. Owen, Central Point, Or
ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
It the llopue River Distilling fo,
compried of N. K JLyt'e, John A. Han
ley and Geo. 31. Love, is dissolved by
mutual consent, John A. Hanley wi'I con
tinue the business and will receipt all ac
counts due the late company as well as
settle its indebtedness.
JOHN A. faNLEY,
Jacksonville, Nov. 7, 1883.
Wliat a mmerTTonM rcrrpropcrlv terra
"surface indications" ot what is beneath,
are tho l'lmplcs, Sties, Sore Kyes,
Holts, and Cutaneous Krnption3iviUi
which peoplo are annoyed in spring and
early summer. Tho ctfete nutter accumu
Utrd durlnir. tha wiutcr months, now
makes its prcscuco fcit, through Nature's
endeavors to expel it from the system.
viilleitrcraa!n5,itis apoioa that testers
in Hie Mood cud may ta clop Into Scrof
ula. This eonduion causes derangement
or the dtatHe and assunilatory organs.
Willi a freKnijof cnenatlon, languor, and
H rins fever." These are e Idcnces that
Nature is not able, unaided. to throw off
the rorrupt atoms which weaken the Ital
forces. To regain health, Nature must bo
sided by a thorough biood-purifjhu med
icine; and nuthiiy else is so eaecthoas
which Is snfSdcntly powerful to expel
from the stem eea tho Uiut of Hered
The medical profession indorse Ayer'3
pAi'.siritii.LA,aml many atte-tatious of
the e n res effected by itcomc from all parts
of the world. It is. in the lansusso of
the linn. Trancis Jewett, ex-St.ite Sen
ator of Massachusetts and ex-JIayor of
I-mvell, "the onlv preparation that docs
real, lustily good.''
Dr. J. C. Ajar & Co., Lowell, Mass.-
Sold by all Druggists: Trice 51; J
Six bottles for $5. r-
Grand Mask Ball !
Under the auspices of
Jacksonville Turnverein, No
AT U, 5. HALL,
January l3t, 1886,
J. R. Little, W. T. Moore, James Cro
nemiller. Fiooit Makageus:
W. "W. Cardwell, Janus Birdsey, Wm.
CoiIMttTKn OP Ar.UAMSEMESTS:
Jos. .Mensor, O. C. Ounniugham, F. O.
No maskers admitted until recognized
by the reception committee.
Tickets, including supper, 51.25 each ;
spectators 50 cenfs There will be a
special tab'c for children.
The best of music has been ensaccd
and no pains will be spared to make it ff
success in every particular.
J??a week in your own town. Terms
2)UU and $5 outfit ire'e. Address II
Hallet, & Co., Portland JIaine.
fiee Address Stinsov-0 ""-t'nnd.Me
ENU1NE CLOSING SAL
Owing to ill health and recent financial
ed to retire permanently from the mercantile
entire stock of
At the Old
The Store and
Ashland, Or., June 26. 1885.
i95M3fi aild fltMBig
CALL AND SEE MY
New Stock and. New Prices I
PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
Frank Brothers Implement Company,
Farm, Mill Machinery
BUFORD'S WALKING PLOWS, HODGE'S DOUBLE DRAPER Hdkiu
LaBELLE WAGONS, WALTER A. WOOD'S MO ' .RS,
McSHEhRY DRILL AND LEEDERS, REAPERS. TWINE BIN 'RS.
BUFORD'S GNG k SULKY PLOWS, COATES SULKY H KES,
BUFORD'S RIDING AND GEAR, SCOT T & CO.'S Engines TWshe-s,
WALKING CULTIVATORS, COOPER & CO Saw Mill Machines,
RAW DALL W HEEL HARROWS, CARRIAGES, SPRING WAGONS,
THE CELEBRATED HOLLO .VTOOTH, BUCKBOARD W AGOl S,
" HARROWS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
A Full Line Of Farm Machinery.
"Write for catalogue. Address either
1 Or, R. W. PORTER, Agent, Oregon City, Oregon. . ' apr 11 5 is
f-a&K -, ,
(rACaonrTlUo, - OEM..
Ilavin; moved to a new )oaMio on
California street at tho resirleacwofE
D. Foudraj I hcitby ask ry tricrv
and the public generally togtve vt u c I
for anything in the line of I)itS;tt.ukii.-.
Fitting and Culling,
Dress Patterns Furnieied.
Jly prices arc, rcgnkted to suit the
times and satisfaction is snarant-d.
MRS. J. M. SMITH
Tn the Circuit court of the State r( Oregon
for th" County of Jackson.
Mary A.. Donegan, plaintiff- i
John D.mcsan, defendant )
To John Doncsan :
f THE NAME OF TOT ST rE i'
1 Oregon and by order t( I, k w 'lis r
Judge of said umrt dated LM ' tol i
lSS5. Yon are required to "pin n n s !
Court, and answer the comi' .. uf t u
Phint'tf filid npainsl yon, be.
the 11th day of January, 1SJC vndj a
are notified that, ifywiOiil to anrvort I
complaint asabove reqnind, il. Tlali i u
willspply to thu CquJ.Jiw th i lie e
manded thorein. to wit: Fr de.
.against yon for a divorce im ie i o
and custody of the minor ciul !r n
Given under my band Hu- dr.;- '
October J. D., l&fco.
B. F Vr : LT.,
Attorney for I' u'ii r
Timber Land Notice,
Land Office Kosebcbb, On.,
October 3b ltftw. i
J"ftlin la lmrol.i- ftiirn., that It. -.m li "
ance with the provisions of tho Ac if
tonsress approved J line a, aria entl it
"An lct for the sale of Timber awis
in the btates of California. U regent
Nevada, and Washington Territyiy,"
Augustus B. Bickenbnch. whose it
ofllco address is Jacksonville, Jackson
county, Oregon, has this day filed In ibis
office his application to purchase the 12
J$ ot S & ot Bee. 31 and W i$ ore V
A? Section No.
in Township JNo Xi
South, Range No. 3 East, of the Will.
3Ier. meridian. All persons holding any,
adverse claim thereto aro required to pre.
sen! the same at this o lllce within sixty
days from the first publication of this
notice. Wm. F. Bexjamin,
TO 1TIIOH IT JItV COXCI.ni
As we are closing up our business
here, all who aro indebted to us are
hereby requested to come forward and
settle without unnecessarydelay.', .
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO TIIIT
undersigned by note or book account,
are requested to call and settle without
delay. G. KAREWSKI.
Jacksonville. June 22. 18M
difficulties, the uudeisfgntd has cone'ud
business, and thereloru offers for saw his!
Fixtures will ba
FOR RFjSTT. "
J M. IvlcO&LL'.
Candies, Etc., Etc.
Oregon and Third, Jacksonville