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J ACKSU9I VILL.R
Saturdat, Jajuakt 23, 1885.
A number of our town subscribers
failed to get their papers last week.
X. carrier unacquainted with the route
caused ail the trouble.
Akothee Corporation. The "Star"
lays tie Little Klamath Water Diteh
Company has filed articles of incor
poration with the County Clerk ef
Klamath county with J. F. Adams,
Wr 0. Crawford and B. F. VanBrioi
fetr as incorporators. Capital stock
is $10,000 and the principal office at
Linkville. The stock has nearly all
been subscribed. B. F. "VanBrimmer,
J. F. Adams and V. C. Crawford
were choren directors, B. F. VanBrim
tner president and J. W. Hamaker
was appointed treasurer An assess
ment of fifty cents per share was leried,
lad the company will proceed at once
to construct about eight miles of irri
gation ditbh and a large flume acrosi
Fodnd Dead. Henry Carter living
at Squaw Lake in this county left
his home a few days before New Years
with ths intention of hunting some
cattle that had strayed off. Not com
ing back a search was instituted this
week by his neighbors when his dead
body was found in the mountains
Borne distance from his horns. How
he come to his death is not known
but it is believed that he must have
been thrown from hit horse receiving
injuries to disable him and that he
perished before assistance came. Mr.
Carter'has been a resident of this sec
tion for a long number of years, was
about 42 years of age and leaves
two brothers and nnuierous friends to
toourn his death.
Circuit Court Proceedings. The
following business has been transacted
In this court sinco the last report of
JetuiniaCoIver and Jcste Dollirhide,
administrators of the estate of L A.
Colter, decease, vs. P. W. dwell;
suit for damages. Trial by jury ai.d
verdic,t for defendant.
State vs U. Saxhorn; indictment for
an assault with a dangerous weapon.
Plea of guilty to a simple assault en
tered and defendant fined $50 and
State vs. John Chinaman; indict
Df at for an atsault with a dangerous
weapon. Verdict simple assault.
Bank of Ashland vs. J. C. Crawford
et al.; to foreclose mortgage. Dis
missed. Kubli t Bolt vs. O. W. Akers; con
firmation. Sale of real estate cub-
Thos. Chavner vs. L. S. P. Marsh,
et al. Same as above.
State vs. Lewis O'Neil; murder
Mandate of the Supreme Court en
tered. John Ruck, a native of Wiriemberg,
was aimitted to citizenship upon tlm
trstiniouy of Herman Helms aud F.
A Railroad Rumor It is thought
by many of the knowing ones that if
ye land subsidy to the O. & G. rail
road above De'ta is forfeited that tlin
road will run east of Shasta butte. If
thu is true it is altogether likely that
the road when it leaves Delta will mu
through what ii known as Grass valley
into Butte creek valley; thence down
feaid tallev by the way of Topsy, cross
log the Klamath riter at or near
Plevna bridge, fo'lowing theold survey
Inade by Jesse Applegate several yeari
ago. Our information conies from a
gentleman mho Htvs In Butte creek
valley, California, who fcays that there
hre a number of ureyora at protein,
iu tho mountain east of Sh&hta Butte;
wura gives room for a great deal of
peculation among tho-e who are en
deavoring to kt-eii themselves posted
ai to the future location of this Ion:
hoped for road Should the railropd
company conclude upon this rout" it
vri'l he good news to our Yreka
friends, owing to the fact that it could
not pessibly effect their town in the
least and Yreka could alnays boast of
being the metropolis of Siskiyou
county. But where, we ask will it
intersect with the Oregon roadj Will
someone ho knows give as the desired
Reliqios Items Eldr H. C. Flem
ing will preach at the Lone Oak school
house on Sunday ... .Rot. A. H.
Sunderman will prwach at the school
house in Chimney Rock precinct on
Sunday.... Thne ill he regular servi
fees at the Catholic church in this place,
Sunday, Iter. F. X. Blanchet pffiei
fctint,.... Elder M. Peterson and G.
M. Whitnev will commence a pro
traded meeting on Sunday next....
Elder M. Peterson will hold strvices
at Phoenix to day (Saturday), when a
number of converts will be baptised
after the rites of the Christian church
....Rev. W. P. Williams preaches at
the M. E. church in this place next
Sunday morning and eveniog. On
the following Sunday he will he at
Woodville nnd Gold Hill The sec
ond quarterly meeting' of the M. .
Church, youth, will be held in Jack
sonville on the first Saturday and Sun
day in February. Rev. E. O. Mich
ael, presiding elder, will be in attend
ance. . . . Rev. J. V. Milligan of Ash
land will hold bervices in the Presby
torianschurch in this place Sabbath
morning and evening. Rev. A. R.
Bickenbach will hold bis usual service
at Phoenix in the morning... .There
will be preaching nnd other religious
services on the second and fourth Sab
bath in each month forward, with the
Antelope Baptist Church. Business
meetings en Saturday before the seo
ond Sabbath. Eleven o'clock A. v.
ii the hour for service and evening ser
vices may be expicted. Communion
season quarterly, on and after the sec
ond Sabbath in March next. Br or
der f Elder Jaaaei Hummer, pastor.
Snow, raia and mud.
Cold weather this week.
Only one freight train per week
G. A. Hubbelt is making collections
A constant watch is now kept on ths
Mens' overcoats at a bargain at the
Golden Rule Bazaar.
Wm. T. Jones is the new Post
master at Foots creek.
Twenty yards of prints for $1 00 at
the Gtlden Rule Bazaar.
12 lbs. Golden C sugar for $1 00 at
the GoldenRule Bizian
Ladies' ulsters at great sacrafica at
the Golden Rule Bazaar.
Most of our county roads are tho
next thing to impassible.
A new and neat fence now crna
nients Peter Britt's residence.
Remember that yon must register
this year before you are a legal voter.
Don't fail to inspect the panic
prices offered at the Golden Rule Ba
zaar. If you want to save money, buy
ybur goods at the Golden Rule Ba
zaar. New goods are being received by
every freight train at the Golden Rule
The last isue of the irortlond bun-
day "Mercury" was much sought after
Seventy five cords of wood were re
cently brought from Grant's Pass to
Med ford on the cars.
George Stockton is in charge of the
Medford "Monitor" during the absence
of M. A. McGinnis.
The docket of the Circuit Court has
been nearly cleared up and the jury
men have been discharged.
The south bound train was delayed
by a slide several hours at Myrtle
creek last Friday morning.
Negotiations are pending for tho
transfer of et cral mines iu this sec
tion to Portland capitalists.
The German school with Re v.. A. H.
Suudei mail' as teacher keeps increas
iugin numbers every meeting.
Dr. Will Jackson will go to Med
ford next week on a professional visit
and be absent about one week.
There will be no more drawings at
the G- Iden Rule Bazaar, Jacksonville.
Goods will be sold cheap for cash.
A- rupture hai occurred at the
Grand Applegate niML but we are
not authorized tojfHnhlars this
Dr. T. T. CabanissWierly of this
place, has teen appointed superinlen
deut of the insaue asylaru at Boise
Georce W Frey and Fred Downing
came over from Chimney Rock pre
cmct yesterday. They had to swim
part of the way.
The skating rink is one of the main
attraction nondavs. It is open on
Wednesday nnd Thursday of each
week in Odd Fellow's brick.
The beautiful snot arrived on Sat
urday last. A heavy rain followed
and the two inches of snow took its
departure again on thort notice.
W. W. Chapman has been appoin
ted superintendent of construction of
bridges on the Piatt creek road, Biker
county, at a salary of S10 per day.
The Sardine Creek mines owned by
B. F Miller, were this week sold to
parties from Medford at a good figure.
A hydraulic pips will be put on at
The masquerade ball to be given by
the Jackson villi! bilvor cornet band
ou February 12th promises to be the
event of the season. Everybody is
Those that sustained loss in South
ern Oregon in 1855-6, on account of
Indian depredations, the Government
wants to pav. Particulars of G. A.
Last Thursday's storm seems to have
been general all over tho Pacific coast.
No particular damage resulted and
the miners of Southern Oregon want
the dose duplicated.
Candidates for the different county
offices aie already making their wishes
known to their mends and from
present appearances there wont be
enough offices to go around.
Yin Cook, who owns a large salmon
cannery on the Columbia, spent a
week with Capt. Aukrny at Sterling
returning borne on Wednesday last.
His family accompanied him.
The Oregon Pacific railroad connect
ing with thn staunch and elegant
steamr "Yaquina," is becoming a pop
ular line for both freight and passen
gers to and from Sin Francisco.
Our hydraulic miners are all wall
supplied with water now and are tak
ing advantage of it. At John Miller's
mine on Jackson creek a force has
been working uighl and day this week.
It is thought by prominent lawyers
that the amendment to the registration
law passed at the special session, which
fixes the meeting of the several regis
tration boards on the first Monday in
April preceding each general election,
will stand. This year the registration
will occur on the 5th, Gth and 7th days
of April. Tho judges of election ap
pointed at the January term of county
court also constitute the various reg
The Eugene City "'Register" j5ay jt
understands that two gentlemen from
Jacksonville will open a new furni
ture store on south Willamette street
in the near future. Wonder who they
Senator John H. Mitchell and Con
grcpsmsuBinger Hermann have placed
us nnder obligation to them this week
for public documents. Oregon is well
and ably represented in Congress at
Messrs. Thompson, Ladd and others,
huye concluded to establish reduction
works in Portland, and have increased
their, capital stock from $30,000 to
$60,000. The works will be pushed
to early completion.
Miss Kate Bayard the eldest daugh
ter st the -secretary ot State, was
found dead in bed at 2:30 o'clock Jan.
16th. Miss Cleveland's reception at
the White House was posponcd on
account of the sad ersnt.
Negotiations are pending for the
purchase of John T. Lay ton's placer
claim on Applegate by a Chinese
company of Portland. $65,000 is the
amount asked by Mr. Lay ton and
ths mines are well worth it.
The lime stone from Rock Point,
Jackson connty, is said to pro-luce a
better quality of lime than the San
Juan, but cests more to burn it, under
tbt present high charges of Might
faooi Rock Point to the Circkatnas.
President Cleveland, according to a
Reyublican Senator, says he will not
tell why he has removeb men fron of
fice, and deems it meddlesome interfer
ence on the part of thofe w ho ask for
information, Grover is Presidnty nr.
Jonathan Bourne, Jr., a few davs
since, presented Sol Abraham, of Rose
burg, with a handsome gold-headed
obony cane. Portland "News
Things seem to be jetting quite so
ciable between Jerusalem and Jericho.
Hereafter there will be hut one
freight train a week from Portland
to Ashland till increasing business in
the Spring requires another train
again. The train will arrive Wedm3
day evening, and start back next
An effort is being made to settle
the Josephine county CourU-Hiuve
que.itior, but matters had not yet been
fully arranged at last accounts. The
t-ale of Abraham's additiou to Jonathan
Bourne, jr., is tho proponed basis of
The Womens Presbyterian Home
Missionary Society will meet in the
basement of Presbyterian Church,
Thursday afternoon January 27th, at
Mrs. Wm. M. Turser, Prcs.
Mrs. W. J. Plyuale, Sec.
A Rtrange and fatal disease has ap
peared among horses which range on
Upper Oi-hoco, about twenty-five mjles
above Priueville, The horses when
first affl cted dreg their hind feet when
they walk, appearing to be Teak in
the loins, and generally die within a
A valentine day party will also b
held at Central Point on Friday, Fb
marv 12th. The best of music has
been engaged and the supper will be
farnUhftd by Gus Delpy and wife
which insures that part ot the pro
gramme to b a success especially.
Everybody is invited.
Mrs. M E Johnson of Drains, Doug
'asceUnty, has been taking orders dur
ing the wtek for the Norman Tailor
systems of dress cutting and fitting, and
also giving lessons in the same. This
system is tho atis' improved, and the
simplest now in use. A number of
our ladies are learning it.
An attempt to asstssinate D. H.
Thomas, editor of the "Pharos," was
made at Forest Grovo one morning
luht wek. Three shots wrra fired at
him, one of them wounding him in
the thoulder, one in tha left leg, ami
the third missing. No clue to the
assassin nor the cause of the attempt.
Messrs. Knapp, Brown aud Hop
wood are now employed on the tun
nel in Timber gulch. It will be 200
feet in length when the old ledge in
Struck and a weekly assessment of 11
per cent, on tho capital stodk of the
company carries on the work. Tweu
ty three of our citizens are interested.
Mitchell savs he is under no obliga
tion to the Northern Pacifie Railway
company, and thnt he is in fat or of
forfeiting the grant from Wallulu to
Portland. He has not yet made up
his mind as to the Cascade division,
and will probably favor extending
moro time to the Oregon and Califor
The committe arpftinted by the
ganu lonco oi toe n.. j. u. tv. to ex
amine the accounts of the late Grand
Recorder, RobertNewcotnb, think they
haye lound evidence of considerable
crookedness on the part of that offi
cial W. J. Ply trial 8 of this place is
cha:rman of that committee and a full
investigation win oe made betoro it is
Rport saya that a company of men
from Ashland have "jumped" what
is known as the Holman ledge on
Jackson creek, owned by C. C. Beek
man, who holds a title on the ground
from ths government as school land.
This is considered one of the most
valuable pieces of mining property in
the State and we would like to see it
worked by some one.
Under the Oregon law a person who
loses money at the gaming table is en
titled to recover double the amount,
aud a Portland party who deposited
$125 in a faro bank has recovered
judgment for $250. This idea the
Grant's Pass "Courier" thinks might
work well in the suppression of other
vices. For instance, if a person who
took a drink at a bar and paid for it
t-hould be entitled to go back and de
mand two mors drinks free, the saloons
would toon go put of business.
High water ba Applegate mads it
necessary to move the postoffice at that
place on Wednesday last. Ou cross
examination, however, John Bolt, the
Fc&tmaster, acknowledged to us that
all the high water came in from a leak
in the roof, aud that the records ot the
office and the P. M. were saved after
several hours heroic work by some
carpenters living close by.
Subscribers to newspapers who want
to have their papers stopped Without
paying for them may feel interested in
the following law: "If any person
orders his paper discontinued he must
pay all arrearages, or the publisher
may continue to end the paper until
payment is made, and collect tho whole
amount whether the paper is taken
out or not." Tnis liw must ba heeded.
Colorado, by reason of being well
supplied with coke from its own raiuea
at 7 50 per ton, is able to reduce orns
at a much le-s figure than any of the
adioinins Territories, This is an ad
vantage Portland poss-tei over all
oher points. Their coke can be had
for about the tame as it costs in Colo
rado and as transportation can be had
eithi r by water or rail, the facili.ie
are even greater, than are possessed by
that State. . .
An eSchanco is repinjble for the
following: N-xt Easier a!U on the
Iatert date on which it possibly cnr.
occur, April 25. h, under the ru e oi
the council of Nite, which decrees thai
Easter thai! be observed on the Sun
day after the full moon following the
21xt of March. lis earliest possible
date is March 22. It is 152 yearn
since Easter day has been eo late. It
will not again fall on that dav till
1943. Ash Wednesday will fail this
tear ou the 10th of March.
At the last regular meeting of Yic
tory Council No. 4, C. of II, the fol
lowing officars were inntalled for the
ensuing term: N. F. Stwidman, W.
C; Katie Miller, Lt. C ; Ciara Cam
eron. Herald; Miles Cantral), Scribu;
Lena Cameron, F. S ; James Crone
miller, Treas.; Laur.t Ca dwell, War
der; Martha Armstrong, Mary Jaoohs,
aids to W. C; J. C Wiiipp, Jttues
Slover, aids to Lt. C ; Uatlip New
bury, Prelate; Gus. Newbury, Mess.;
L. L. Jacobs, rMiTj Emma Bellinger,
Asst. S ; Bvrou Prmlejj San ; Geo. R
Neil, P. W. C.
Judges and rlcrks for registration
will receive three dollars a dy. As
there are five fcr eaclnirecincr, nine
teen precincts in tho county, the board
to sit three days, forty registry books,
certificates, etc., beside boxes, and
milage for carnage; of registry bpoks
to county seat a very interesting ex
ample is presented for tax-paters to
solve. The twelve or fifteen huudred
dollars whieh the law will cost-the
county wont hep-iid back by any puri
fication of tho ballott box. Registry
laws do very well for large cities, but
for thinly settled counties they are a
decided nuisance and an injustice to
tax payers and people generally.
It is with regret that the sad news
of the death of Mra. Boll Stearns, wife
of Mr. D H. Steiru, is chronicled.
The ladydied attheresidenceof her par
ente, B. C. and A. S. Dutiiwav, at 8
o'c ock yesterday morning. On the
Fourth of July last Mrs. Stearns at
tended the celebration at La Camas
and a stvere heoiorraijft of the lungs
followed since which time death hm
been almost daily anticipaied. Thu
ago of deceased was 3l years, 7 moths
and 25 days, and was a lady greatly
tsteemed by all who had the honor
of km wing her. The decfaned leaves
a mother and fAther, husband, a ton
agpd six years, and five brothers, to
mourn her loss.
Frank Wilton, the well known the
a.neal performer, died in San Fran
cisco, at midnipht en Saturday, Jan.
9th, of acute bronchitis. He was the
div oread husband of the famous ac
tress Ellie Wilton, and waa her first
instructor in thai histrionic art. He
came to this Sateobout32 ve-vrs ago,
and played with the old Chapman
troupe for awhile, at San Frn:is:o nnd
Sacramento. Some 20 vears ago, he
performed in Yreka and other parts of
the ceunty with the greatest succe-s
and has. been here at different ' i'lir a
since. He was lately the hufhand of
Georgia Havaes, who was one of his
troupe with his former wife. Frank
was a generous hearted mtn, upright
and honest, but like many nther goad
mm, he drank too much for his own
Bill Nve, tLe famous writer, vis
ited the northwest co ist a few weeks
8 and had occasion to stop over at
Wallula Junction. On hit return he
tells his experience in his usual inim
itable fashion. Those who are scquain
ted with the piece appreciated his ar
ticle, or that yart of it in which he
says: "X laid thers and listened to
the soft sigh of tl e bath tub, the loud,
defiant challenge of the athletic butter
down stairs, the last week death rattle
in the-throat of the coffee-por in the
dining room, and the wail of the
damned souls who had formerly
stopped at this hotel, but who had been
reseded at last and bad hilariously
gone to perdition, only to come back
at night and torment the poor guest
by bragging over the superiority of
hell ait a refuge from the WaKula hotel.
Jacksonville Public Scliool.
Report for ihe month ending January
DEPAKTMEJ.TS. 5 J Il5t
2 a s3; a
; 3c- aw
Higher.....' 3G 34 1 5 13
Grammar 47 45 0 3 23
Intermediate. 45 40 5 3 21
Pnmtry 44 41 8 1 26
Total 172 1C0 14112J 82
ROLL OF HONOR.
A. 1 Fletcher Linn.
A, 2. Hattie Reamcs.
B. 1. Lottie Iteed, Mabel "Baker, Lena
Cameron, Gus Newbury.
O. John Jeffrey Susie Turner. Jennie
Jackson, Willie Jtiller, Anna Jeffrey.
A Katy Reed, Mamie Cronemiiler,
Wi-lie Jackson, Robert Jeffrey, John
Mil er. Fred Luv. Jas. Watson.
B. Lyilia Clcmmens, tiinlic Helms,
John OrtU, Mollie Miller. Mary Day,
Liura Luy, Evrt Smith, May fluffer, Jes
sie Langell, Jennie Parker.
C. Ma2s;ie Moody, Gus- Pape, Iva Par
ker, Willie Ragsdalc, Birdie Schmitt,
A. Lena Bowden, Maud Kress, rlnnii
Eatun, Minnie Eaton, Ida Clemmcns,
Lilie iVilson, Marvel Tayler, Miio Bejg3,
B. Nellie Merrilt, Dcra Knowles, George
Parker, Joe Weterei.
C. Willie McDaulel, Harry Miller, Em
ma Reed, Rosa Luv, Day Parker, Em
ma Helms, JaMM Vilsou, Frank How
A. Mabel Priest, Adi Priest, Bennie
Fisher, Harry Luy, Willie Muller, Rosa
Br-ntam, Joseph Grimes, Monroe Mc-
Kenzie, Willie Hanna, Lddte McMahon,
B lltrtin Loucisnot, Geoigc ilcnsor.
Anna Helms, Emma Ulnch, Kcna
Kuowlcs, Edward Day.
O. Ida Bentz, BradTord Carter, Fred
Ficke, Fred Grab, It iy Jackson, Luzerne"
Rolison, Juuus Durm, Vcleni Kubli,
Harvey Durm, Willie kcKtnzi?.
GEO. H. WATT, Prir.cipil.
Wm. Prikst, 1
Alice Donnis, J. isst. Ttachcrs.
II VTTIi. NeWUSRY. J
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we greet our many friends, reminding
them that the season of "peace on
earth and good will towards men,"
is rapidly approaehins, when prosperi
ty and generosity go hand in hand, nnd
the whole civilized world seeks for
those tributes and mementoes which
terve to bind closer the friends of
fleeting years. After the lull comes
tho storm; the season of depression is
rapidly parsing away. Tha signs of
the times indicate a better and more
active future, nnd in anticipation of an
increased demand for fine whiskies,
we will give personal attention to the
best of European and Eistern liquor.
We now offer to our patrons the ad
vantage of selecting from theso fiu
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& Robinson ha been appointed
Tent lor trie celebrated "j.
Cutter" whisky for this sectign
o: Jickson county. Jdo win sen ai
same price that tou would have to pay
at E. Martin i Co.'a distillery, Ky.
Put up in half and whole bbK; also
cases of Cutter ot S. F. Prices.
John L. Burns, commercial agent
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Sau Francisco. 3m nov 1
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To captivate tho popular taste anil
surpass nil previous efforts to please
the palate, requires no small amount
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when we remember that the very
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of Figs is as beneficial to tho system,
as- it is acceptable to tho stomach, wr
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Constipation and tho other ills arising
from u weakness, or inactive condition
of the Bowels, Kidneys, Liver ond
Stomach. Sample bottles free and
large bott'es for sale by Merritt &
A rtotrl Han's Goad Fortune.
Mr. R. E. Beckel, proprietor of the
Beckel House, Harrisburg, Ohio,
writes that Red Star Cough Cure re
moved a severe cold from which he
was suffering. St. Jacobs Oil is equ
ally as effective in removing pains
from whatever cause, whether rheu
matic or otherwise.
PitOBATK Cou&T The following
bu.-inass has been tran-act-,d in this
court nines the Ust report of the Si.S
TIXEL Judge DoPoatt presiding:
In the matter of the estate of M.
Conger, di-ceand First qauiterly ex
hibit of minimis. ralrix txnmiiied and
Eilate of John Btteman. Admin
mtralor ordered to tl nide certain
personal property for use of iIih widow
Estate of C. Sarrailatt. Jos. Solo
mon, administrator, aa'horized to sell
Estate of M Cjlwell. Hearing of
petition for s'e of real esta'e set fur
Feb. 2, 188G
Estate of M. Hanley. It was or
dered that he be restored to his right
to control his own property aud busi
ness. Estate of F. TTcber. SicjBkmi
annual report of a'iiuini&lrittiLani
iued and approved.
Estate of M. E L. Elder. John C.
Elder appointee! executor under a ill.
E.tate of G. V. Fordj ce. March 2,
18S6, set as time for hearing fanal
Uaiement of administrator.
Estate of W. M. Justus. Feb. 2.
1886, set as time for hearing final
statement of administrator.
Eotate of Wm Hoffman. Inten
tory of appraisement bled, eboning
proerty to the amount of S7 910 40.
Petition for silo ot certain personal
effects and distribution of other prop
EstatP of M. Vrooman. Bond of
Chas S'rang as executor approved ar.d
J. S. Howard, F. M, Ply male and D.
W. Mathews appointed appraisers1
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SHILOH'S COUGH and Consump
tion Cure is sold by us on n guarantee.
It cures consumption. iJrooEs can
SriTLOH'S VTTALTZER is what
you need fur Cnnstipaliou, Lo tf Ap-
ppti p, Dizziness ond all "vinp'oms of
Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents pf
lottle. Fr sale at E. U. Brook- '
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH
and Bronchitis immediately relieved
by Shiloh's cuie. Brooks keeps it.
Grand Ball. The underspend
w'i pten social ptrty at Central Pom'
on Friday reninjr, Feb. 12, 18bG
Dancing will take place in thefpaeions
hall above the warehouse and no pains
wilt be spared to make tho auair a
pleasant one in every respict. The
best of supper and music will be pro
vided. Tickets S2.00. Everybody is
invited. Gus. Delpt.
Child's Sxow Flake. Every ladv,
wishing a clear, delicate complexion,
should use Child's Snow Flake. It
nourishes and freshens the skin, re
moves Tan and Sunburn, and, the nat
ural arpearanca imparted, renders it
impossible to detect its use. Wurrant
fil perfectly harmless. Sold by all
druggists, or by the manufacturers,
John A. Child &, Co., Druggists, Port
land, Oregon. Mail orders promptly
attended to, Price 50 cents.
20 yards best standard prints, . .51.00
cabot W muslin l.uu
canton flannel 1.00
brocaded dress goods... 1.00
cabot A muslin 100
havo a fine lino of dress
includimr all tho latest
btyles, which wo offer at a groat
10 pair ladies hoso $1.00
1C yards bleached muslin. ...... 1.00 .
1 H ) ards lonsdalo muslin 1.00
28 yards house lining. .-. 1.00
Latlie? and Mtsseaa corsets wo
have a lino sissortmecnt, also a
flue lino ladies, misses and chil
drens hoso including woolen and
cotten at prices we defy compe
tition. 12 pounds golden C, sugar 1.00
S pounds best Costa Rica coffee. . 1.00
G oaekages best matches 25
12 pounds Carolina Rice 1.00
4 pounds best whole pepper.. .. . 1.00
1 1 Ib, 1 lb papers best soda, . . . 1.00
3 lbs, 1 lb papers good tea 1.00
These goods aro all the best
quality for which wo will guarantee.
100 lb. Liverpool salt $1.25
14 ' soda crackers 1.00
Best extra Star coal oil per can. 2.00
100 lbs. ''round alum salt per sack .75
"Wo have a few moro Ladies
and Misses cloaks which wo will
sell at a great reduction.
Blueing, per hot $ .10
Jams and jellies, per can 25
8 cane, 2 J lbs each best tomatoes. 1.00
8 cans, l"lb each, best oysters. . . 1.00
2 oz bottles extract of lemon 10
Cayene peper, per bottle.... 10
Pepper sauce, per bottle 10
1 qi bottles mixed pickles each. .25
1 lb cms, gold medal tea per can. .40
American sardines, per can 10
Vor a fine suit oY clothes thd
latest cut and the most fashionabla
styles wo cauuot bo beat
12 oz. cans Golden Gate baking
powders per can 35
cans best cream tartar per
can i .30
packages best corn starch.. .10
boxes fruit of the field g'.oss
Under the auspices of the
Jacksonville Silver Cornet Band
U. S. HALL
Chas. Nickel, J. J. W hipp, Wm. Ply
male, Doug. Jones.
Reccptios Committee. Geo. Schmitt,
Will Lytle and George Neil.
Fonl Cash Prizes
Will be given, one each to the two
best sustained characters, lady and gen
tlemen, also one each to the two finest
All lmskers are requested to lie nt the
hall ft 9 o'clock sharp to take part in tho
Unmasking at 11 O'clock.
Tn the afternoon at 2 -CO there will be a
grind parade headed by the Jacksonville
Silver cornet Band assisted by the
In full uniform.
Tickets, including supper, 1.
spectators 50 cents.
The best of music has been engaged
nd no ruins will be spared to make it a
success in every particular
In the County Court of the Shite of Oregon
for the County of Jackson.
In the matter of the Estate of William
NOTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of Jackson County, Oregon,
sitlinc in Probate, executor of the estate
of William Hoffmau, deceased.
Ail persons indented to said estate are
requested to sett'e the same immediately,
with the undersigned. .4nd those having
claims against the Estate, are required to
present them, with the proper vouchers,
vntnin six montus irom me nrst publica
tion of this notice, at the office of O. C.
Beckman, in Jacksonville, Jackson
C. C. Befkmab. Executor.
of the Estate ofWm. Hoffman, deceased.
Dated December 12. 1885
For anything in tho line of
Gouts' furnishing goods, includ
ing Una white shirts, neck ties,
collors, cuffs, and etc.; we carry
a full aud complete stocje.
12 candles $ .25
Common washin' 6oap, box 20 brs. .75
Beans, colored, per lb 02
Climax tobacco, per lb 50
Climax tobacco, per 12 oz plug,. .40
Best riveted overalls in market.. .65
For anything in the line of
general merchandise give us a
call and we will sell you good
good3 for less money than you
can buy them elsewhere.
Cotton batting, per lb $ .20
Wash boards, each 20
2 lbs bars, white castilo soap 25
In men3 and boys boots we have'
a fine lino at prices that will open
the eyes of the purchaser.
Mens canton flannel under Ehirts.$ .50
" " " drawers 50
" fine Merino under shirts.. , .50
" " " drawers 50
For a fine pair ot men or boys
lace or button shoes extra quality
wo have got them and at such
figures that will astonish you.
Mens white shirts, each $1.00
" percale " " 7ft
" extra fine quality v hito shirt. 1.50
" " " " cheviot shirt.. 1.50
All we havo to eay if you want
anything in the line of underwear
we can euit you.
A good mans' hat SI 00
Afino " " 1.W
A stylish" " ." 2 0i
It's a foreuoue conclusion that
we keep tho most stylish and dui
able hats in tho market.
WHY WILL YOU cough when
Shiloh's cure will give immediate er
iief. Price 50cts. and $1.00. Brooks
WILLTTOU SUFFER with Dys
pepsia aniLiver Couiplafntl Shiloh's
Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you.
1 For sale at E. C. Brooks.
vhnn Baby was sick, we gave her
When,sho was a Child, she crid for
When shs became Miss, she clung to
When she had Children, she gave them
1 good pair boys' boots ?1.7."
1 " mens' ". 3.23
1 " " ladies shoes 1.5u
1 " " childreus shoes l.O'i
1 " " infants " 75
For anything in the line ot
ladies trimmed hats, artificial
or fancy neckwear of any kind
wo have a fine and complete h0-selectioo.
Iojtd Office at Roseeukg, Or, )
January 15, 18SC f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has flled nolico of his
intention lo make final proof in support
of llis claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Judge or Clerk of Jack,
son countv, at Jacksonville, on Saturday
February "27, 1SSC. viz : John D. Griffith,
Homestead No. 3o(i2 for the S "W if of
section 2S Tp 35 S R 3 west, W . 11 He
riame3 the follouing witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and culti
vation of, aid land, viz: C. E. Miller,
Oliver Nar'ou. Jesse Tyler and B. F.
Miller, all of Rock Point, Jackson connty
Oregon. W. P. Bemamix, Register.
trade places v us in a position
where we can sell you more
goods for less money than you
can buy them from any other
store in Jackson County.
With many thanks for p,i-t
favors and soliciting a continu
ance in the future,
We are Yours Truly,