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Saturday, July 24, 188G.
DlsCUARGEU. A youug tuau whose
naidn we.tal'fd to learn was arrested
by Sheriff Dean this week on nuspi
tion of being the party guilty of rob
bing a resident of Central Point Of a
gold watch and chain and $80 in coin,
investigation proved him the wrong
man and bo was released at once.
Lost. About three weeks ago
somewhere near the Galls creek bridge
u bundle containing a matresij tu
comforters, a pair of boot and several
totber articles. The finder will please
return the same to this office or to
Wra. By bee when a liberal reward will
Installation. Jacksonville Lodge
No. 10, 1. O. O F., installed the fol
lowing officers last Saturday uight
District Deputy Heltnan officiating:
Noble Grand. Frank Krause; Vice
tJrand-, Wm. Deneff; Secretary,' R. H.
MoorejTreasurer, Fred Luy Warden,
femil Barbee; Inside Guardian, A.
KJbale; R. S. N. G., T. B. Rent.
Teacher's Institute School Sup
Vr'niendent Priest informs us that the
district teactierer's institute for Jack
moo, Josephine, Klamath and Lake
, tountiei and the Jackson county
teacherlfi institute combined Will be
held in Ashland the latter part f Au
gust an I Ut three days-. The pro
ceeding will too doubt be interesting
and beneficial ro teachers. A large
attendanco is ex pect cd.
SociAT. PahtY. A very pleasant so
'rial party and supper tendered as
eomplirm-nt to Miss. Emma Yining of
Ashland and Miss Belle Moore of
Roseburg was given here Friday night
of last week. A couple of our city
Blle deserve full credit forgiving
Janc5 at the Red Mens hall and an
Vxcellrfit i-uifper in the lower story of
Hhe Odd Fellows brick, managing the
Vliolciffiatr tlf-eniselve-. Al1 ho at
tended hope to sre tbnu take such a
touiion agnih before long.
Qoakterly Meeting. The fourth
quarterly mesting of the M. E church
for Jurknnville circuit will be held at
Grant's Puss Sunday, July 2iih anil
35th. Services Saturday at 2 and
V:30 o'clock, '. H. On Snndav the
toew ebutch, which the painters have
recently finished, will he dedicated by
itev. I. D. Driver. Official members
of the church are expected to be pres
ent Saturday afternoon. V. P. Will-
Suicide. At Eureka, Cal.- July 13,
the widow of David Kendall, formerly
'a Merchant at Kerb) ville, Josephine
C"., On-gon, who was killed by a Chi
hatnen last Friday suicided thi morn
ing hv inking acotine. Mrs Kendall
"(nee Prudte Henderson) was highly
respected by all She had been slight
ly out of her mind for some weeks.
ScrauiHnto Union. Miss Henderson
ur Miss K'-undall, wa known in Sal
win, where she resided for some time,
au-l friends here will very much re
gret to read the above, She also at
una tune, liyed at SiWerton, and
also with her brother, at on time
a resident of Bethany, Polk county,
where- he owned a hennery orxihick
k JRtJ awaS. "John Orth'a Imtcher
t. uiiKiiencd il-liwr.i 5 ui 'on
iton ttccunnfotre irhy this week a'nd
Vculiertd steaks liWl cTit'p in a pro
Itiin-uo'Us way regardless of expense.
No particular damage resulted and
Iulnihy sells meat as cheap us ever. . . .
On Wediip-day last Col. R F. Maury'a
vegetable ttam took a rpin on their
"owiuacconnt -upsetting the wagon and
"spreading vegetable and berries on
the routt travelled. When the team
was stopped the Col. as satisfied and
Snfonufd the audience that the vege
tables lie did not want. With this
ihe gral gain's commenced and to say
that it was h circus would hardly das
"cribe it and in consequence heads of
families in our end of town have not
Veen 'called "on foTTpgetablr money for
the last few'iJayR.
A Goou Appointment. 0. B.
Watson was yesterday appointed dep
uty district attorney for this county
by District Attorney T. A. McBride.
Mr. Watson was formerly collector of
customs at Empire City and was the
tirst federal olHceron llus'ceast to re
ign, resignation having been handed,
Su iu April, 'S5, on wbtch occasion he
informed Secretary of the Treasury
Manning that as he believed in the
idea that "to the victors belong tho
poils," he would malt room for a
-Democrat. In the important office to
which he is appointed he. will
have opportunity to make an excellent
record. He can put the county to
'Considerable expenses without any re
turn or exercise a wise consei vatistn in
the matter of criminal proctlurt It
is tbe opinion of the writer that Mr.
Watson ill till the position credit
My and honestly. Astortan.
ftatrciou Items. Elder H. C.
Fleming preaches at tile Lone Oak
ftchool-house Sunday next.iM. ReV. A.
II Snndermati will hold ifgular serv
ices at the Chm.irey Rock Kchool house
on Sunday .,.. ReV.-F. X. Blanchet
will hold regular services at the Catho
lic church jn this place next Sunday
... Liberal Sunday-school and Bible
Class meets every Sunday at 1 1 o'clock
A.M at the U SLL-Hall Taleit...,
A protracted meeting will commence
at the old catnpwground on Friday,
the 30th, at 3 o'clock p. x to contin
ue ten days, The public is cordially
invited, and requested to come pre
pared to s ay on the ground as much
ii the time during the meeting as
possible. Bros. Messick and Stanley
of Portland and Monmouth are tx
cted to be in attendance and do the
Several nice refreshing showers this
The watermelon season will socn
tVhat has become of our Board of
Another distillery in Jackson l!lS is
Some smoke from tifonntsitl fires
Julias Sobra'itt is back from Klara
New gdods and new prices at the
New York Store.
Fred Otten of Foots creek made ns
a pleasant call this week.
A few ripe apples hire made their
appearance in the market.
Mens Boots from 2.00 to $5 00 a
pair at the New York Store.
The finest lot of Ladies fancy goods
just arrived at the New York Store.
T. T. McKenzie and family are at
McCallister Soda Springs, rusticating.
The best of Prints are sold from 16
to 20 yards for $1.00 at tbe New York
If yon want 15 yards of Unbleached
Muslin for 1.00 call at the New York
The new bntchfcr shop is now in
working order at Fred Grob's oW.
An infant thild of Andrew Kelley
and wife of Sterlng died of diphtheria
Mr. A. W. Mensor and wife hare
retutned from a rusticating trip to
George "W. Stowell contributed a
finger to a self binder at Eagle Point
the other day.
TY'elchVAcrobat Troup is on its
way northward and will likely uho
here before long.
General Sherman is in San Fran
cisco. He says there is no place like
the Pacific coast.
Mr. Mc Adams of MidTord wi'l leave
there soon to go to Ashland to open
so'la works there.
A reduction of $2 50 wfll be made
on every Sutt of 'of Clothes bought at
The flew York Store.
Shei iff D--an haa one boarder, a man
charged -Ailb trying to rob KefcneyvS:
Wormati'x safe at Medford.
W. J, Plytnale has returned from
Portland where he went as delegate to
the grand lodge A. O. U. W.
Jess. Stmpton is agent for the Gol
den Washing compound. House
keepers should give it a trial.
Furtrershme commenced threshing
and taking the valley hronghout an
average crop will be harvested.
Without a dctobt goods are so1d for
less uinny at the New York Store
than any "other laCSintifB county.
The two year o!d-wm of L. A. Tay
lor.hn been o.uit low all week with
Cholera infantum but is improving
Arthur Wilson, mad supervisor for
Mfdford District, is doing some good
work n that road in taking out the
Tho man arrested at Walla Walla
did nofpin to beEauuderx, the mur
derer, who at last accounts was still
Frank EIufiHr has gone on.a survey
ing exprditlun on the O P. R. R as an
assistunt to A. O. Ecklelson, chief
John Bolt of 'ipplega'te has 'been
down again with the complaint from
wich he is Suffering bat is now mtrch
At Wsftfc Walla a Chinaman yotedl
in the lecal option election, having
proven that be was a native born
Dr. Pryce of Medford is treating
Mis Blechpr, living near town, for a
rheumatic affliction and she is recov
There are 4 wee'kly, V daily, -3
semi-weekly and 3 monthly news
papers in Oregon; one newspaper to
every 2,200 people.
Mrss. A. S. Johnson and Peter
Boschey and wifn have returned from
a week's stay at Soda Sprifigs well
pleased with their trip.
A desirable residencn having a good
barn, woodshed and well attached in
Jaik ouville can be tented at a low fig
ure by calling soon at this office.
Conrad Mingus of this precinct and
W. W. Card veil of this place were
both kicked by horses this week but
neither received strrons injuries,
Excursion parties feioald rem'taber
that John Miller keeps a full stoc, of
fifhin. tackle, amnntiion and other
supplies required and cells cheap.
Judge S. j. Day puts in all his spare
time in making an abstract of the land
records in ihls'county and will soon be
assisted by an Expert from Portland.
County Clerk Parker, Dr. J. W.
Robinson and M Mensorare at Was
n-r' Soda Springs above Ashland ex
pecting in remain there for a week at
Fort Klamath has not been aban
lone-d an yet but nothing further has
been beard at to what the final out
come will be. Etery one in this end
of Oregon wants to see it continued
as a military post,
tt is thoucht that teams will be abla
to cross Rogue river on the new bridB
in about fie week. The Applegste
bridge will bn finished nt long afier
ward. Cotumiiodotier Payne i super
intending tbe work.
Tbe Senate on Cimniittee on com
merce reported agninst confirmation
of the nomination vt Becher's fcon to be
C dlector of Customs at PortTowsend,
W. R. Andrews has returned from
Olympia, W. T., -and will be found
ready to attend to professional busi
ness at bis office with the District At
torney. Gov. Moody has been petitiohed to
pardon George R. Justus, who was
sent to the penitenitary from Jackson
County in November, 1884, for man
slaughter. Five brothers from here attended
the iiistliUtioti of Medford Lodge No.
83, 1, d. O. F. Friday night of last
week. All eay they were royally
The editor of the Crescent City
"Record"offer3 to subscribe 50 to
ward the purchase of a hand fire engine
at that place and wants to Know who
iu the next.
A genuine case of shnstroke occur
ed near Roseburg last Saturday even
ing. The victim, Charles Parton, was
alive at last accounts but was not ex
pected to live.
Harvesting is progressing in a very
satisfactory manner and the indica
tious are that an average yield will be
gathered and that the quality of grain
will be excellent.
A. H. Maegly is back from a busi
ness trip tc Portland where he ordered
a large stock of goods for hi hardware
store here. Examine his stock before
MisseB Wilcox of Medford have
gone to Newville Oil., on a visit. Tbey
fw the recipients of a complimentary
parCy at ilcGee & Zimmerman's hall
prior to their departure.
Tlie'divoYte mill is getting abundant
"grist" from high and low in the soci
ety scale throughout the world. SureU
souetbing tbuh be out of joint in the
natural order of affinities.
James W. Lindsey'a house and lot
here in town wnl be sold to-daj
at auction. There is a barn on
the lot. Here is a splendid chance
for somb oue. G A. Hubdcll
The U. S- geological surveyors now
in the held have recorded the altitude
at Mu Pitt or McLaughlin, as it is gen
erally trailed, as being 14,000 feet
above :he level of the Bea.
Baker's new warehouseat M!tlford is
wall under way and will be ready in
due time. Improved apparatus for
the cleaning of uraiu will be put in, as
well as other conveniences.
D. Loring was in towu again Wed
nesday on his return from a hunting
trip to Galice creek. He reports
game plenty and his appearance shows
that be has impioved in health.
The question as to who is District At
tome) and Justice of the Peace is still
unsettled all the parties interested
being afraid to give the contests a
start so the matter can be dtcided.
The Linkville stage does Tlo't 'reive
Ashland now until after tbe mails
trom the north and south art distrib
uted there thus making quite an im
provement on the tortner arrangmeut.
Genl. John E Ross again shook
bandR with his many friencs in Jack
sonville on Tuesday last looking weak
from his late illness but improving
rapidiy. He was heartily welcomed
Mesdames Loughborough and
Hoeber, formerly known here as Miss
Mary Lay ion and Miss Laura Hub
bell, are back on a visit to friends and
relatives. Both are now residents of
The infantry company wihch has
been stationed at Fort Bidwell, ha
been ordered to Arizona, and the in
fantry quarters at Bidwell are now
deserted" How long they will remain
bo is not known.
Johny Bievenne and Ed. Helms
have returned from their northern trjp
During their absence they visited a
good many places but apparently none
like Jacksonville. "Be it ever so hum
ble, there ii no place like bime.'1
Quite a number xf Odd Fellows
from different poitions nf the valley
were in Medford Friday to assist in the
organization of the new lodge there.
The event caused qnim a etir and pro
ceedings lasted until 5 o'clock Satur
The n"Xt Oregon legislature which
meets in Jauuary is of the follow ins
complexion: In the Senate there will
Oe 19 Republicans and 11 Democrats
In the House 33 Republicans and 27
Democrat!1, a Republican tnrjority of
14 on joint ballot.
Construction work is being rapidly
pushed on the California & Oregon
Railroad, with the expectation of com
pleting at least V00 miles before the
wintPr sets in. The Central Pacific
people seem determined to reach the
Oregon linn as spt-edily os pes lb e.
Ten vears ao Mrs John Confer wa
buried at Oswego, Clackamas county.
A few dav 8 since the bodv was disin
terred and it was found that the entire
body bad turned to a stone ntity the
fi igersof oneof.the hntul . The form
and feature of the woman are life
G. B C!dwell of Williams has
been in town for about twelve days
past suffering with a severe attack of
typhoid fever. He was first attacked
with the disease at his home and came
here for treatment and as he is now
convalescent he says he is gUd he
At this time of year when all should
guard against indulgence in unripe
fruit and the indiscriminate use of iced
bevprages. We have heard of several
llnht cases of cholera morbus or simi
lar ailments that are'only symptoms
f general Wangmient resulting from
I Klinnnll, BiurnlB1 fc On, havel
I commenced work-on their new quartz
null and expect to nave it in work.
mg order in nte weens irom tins
We were shon a fint nugget this
week weighing $80 taken dot of the
cement claim of ivemlrich, Uwings
k Blalock. They have .a bonana.
It is reported that the railroad com
pany has bought a third interest in the
recently discovered coal mine on
Clover Creek Shasta countv; and if
after running a seventy foot tunnel,
it continues to hold out as good as
present prospects thev will put in a
branch i ail read. .
Owing to circumstances over wh'ch
the management has.no control, the
meeting which Elder Peterson annouu
ced would take place on the north sida
of Rogue river will be held at the old
cirop grt Und on this side of that stieam.
Parties who expect to attend will
p'ea e ake notice of the change.
A very practical April fool joke was
played in Netv Orleans. A secret con
nection was made between the city
water works and an artesian well iu
which there had been a great deal of
intesest taken. The result was a
stream of pure water forty feet high.
Some of the stockholders of tbe water
works sold out l&fbre tbe trick wa
Father Blanchet and Owen Kepgan
returned from a trip to Klamath
county and Crater lake this week and
cay that the road to the iate is in a
fair condition. They inform us that
W. G. Steel and party with the fine
boat Cleetwood, which is to be used in
sounding on the lake arrived safe, and
ali-o tbe geological surveyors are
Senator Dolpli has introduced a bill
-granting a pension of 550 per month
to Mrs. Lizzie Wright Owen, danghter
of Gen Geo. Wright, who was lost on
the steamer Jonathan near Crescent
City while in command of tbe depart
ment of California. She is the only
surviving child of the General. Col.
Tom White, a veteran, was killed dur
ing 'the Modoc war.
China Fawn, of Waldo has taken
a contract ro build four miles of ditch,
five feet wide on top, for the Cali
fornia Co. below Kerbyville, This
company has a number of white
men at wotk constructing ditches.
They will build one ditch now five
miles I on j, and another one after
while to be seventeen miles long, its
source being the Sucker creek.
Judge Webster has dissolved the tern
porary injunction granted by him a few
mouths sine, and which restrained
the tli-rk of Central. Point school dis
trict from collecting tbe tax levied
last spring. Those opposing the tax
applied for another injunction at once,
which was granted, the permanency 'or
which will bo argued and decided at
the October term of the circuit court.
Matters are therore still in totala
Douglas W. Taylor of Portland is
the iibt man w'ected for.Suraevor
General of Oregon to tucceed Judge
Tolman whjse term has just expired.
The selection is generally acknowldged
to be a good one but the Democrats of
Southern Oregon are not satisfied
claiming, that tho honsr should have
been confered on one of the cilizeus of
Jscksnu county, the place where the
large Democratic majorites in Oregon
Genl. Thos. G. Reames and son,
Major E R Reames, Hon. David
Cronemiller, Judge L. R. Webster.
Rev. A. H. Sunderroan,1Capt. H. Kel
ley and Col. Thos. J. Keuney are the
latest recruits at the Cinnabar Springs
in the Siskiyous The trowd will
no doubt fare well on grae and fish
providing High Private HcGully is as
successful as usual in providing the
provender. We are to receive the deer
skins and fish oil for this notice.
The business of tlie Jacksonville
Marble Works will continue right
along under the management of the
assignee, A. H. Maegly. Anybody
desiring a tombstone, monument.
stone coping, etc , will find it to their
advantage to call soon, as prices have
been reduced considerably. First
clasrc mechanics are "eployed there
and the best of work turned oat sat
The aopointment and confirmatinn
otD. W. Tavlcr, of Portland, to be
Surveyor-General of Oregon will nec
essitate the resignation of bis 'spat in
the Legislature to whic fro was elected
tast month. A stecial .Section will
"s held to fill the vacancy, and the
Republicans claim they can elect a
successor to Mr. Taylor, who is a Dem
ocrat. In that event Multnomah
toantv will have a solid Hepublican
delegation of ten members.
Prineville, Crook county, has no
school or schoolhouse. This, in a
town of eight or nine, hundred inhahi
tants, where there are at least 150
children, is a disgrace, and it is no
woniler the "Review" sajs, "We
blush for trur people, for our town."
Build a schoolhouse, employ a good
j teacher and cultivate the civilizing in-
nueuces ct education, and irrinevilre
will not furnish so many criminal
items in tbe future as it has in the
J. W Walsh has leased the Md
rord qnartz mill and moved it to
the Hope ledge on Wagnercrecfe.owned
by himself H. T. Bragdon and others
and will have :t runriihg upon rock
from that ledge within a few days.
It is understood that Mr. Walsh
win ouy the mill it it is found to
answer his purpose The Hope
led;e is unquestionably rScn, and the
result of the first mill run of ita
ork wi I he awaited with much
public interest The mill is located
abottt ihrer-fourtha of a mil from
that of lb Wagner Cwelt Minine
Items. Tho railroad
DrotTrrssiui; rapidly in
building northward into this county.
in fact all the railroad building from
now on will be in Siskiyon, except
ballasting and finishing up for track
laying between Southern's aud Bailey V
Poulkp, who supplies th railroad for
ces with beef, is now at the old Tan
nery, and in a few days more, all of
Scobie's men will have their headquar
ters near Uncle Dick's Soda Springs.
"Nol "ien," the Bedding "Free Press"
correspondent, says Lirrabee'a force of
worker, is one mile north of Hanlon's
it Siskiyou county, with Morris and
his force half a mils behind him. The
grade is all but-complete to Big Castle
creek, and Richardson would have the
bridge at 13' h crossing ready for the
locomotive by tbe 17tb inst. Col Sec-.
hie has some of his men in the canyon
north of Uncle Dick's, but the main
force is at Bailey's. The cars will be
at Bailey's by the raidulo of August.
The pay wagon, the long looked for
wagon has come, and the boys are
happy. Yreka Journal.
Important Money Order Chanok.
Important changes in the money
order system go into effect neat Mon
day. On and after that date the fen
for a money order of $5 or less will be
5 cents; from 3 to 10 8 cents, being
a reduction. Oa sums above 10 the
present rates will contiuu. The
world's civilication also progresses, as
exemplified by the fact that under now
regulations going into effect shelly
the ntiwnpaper postage rates will be
the same all over the world in the pos
tal union, tbat is that a cent will carry
the same weight of newspapers to any
ptrt of the United States, Great
Britain, France, Germany, tc.
New Lodge. Mt'dford Lodge Ho.
83, 1.OO. F. was instituted on the
evening ot July 161h. Aud installed
as officers to wit; N, G., B. F, A'lkin-;
V. G., J. A. Wells; Secretary., W.F.,
Williamson,, Treasurer., G. H. Has-
"kins- Warden., B S Webbj Conductor,
S. Rosenthal; I. G. B. W Powe'l'
R. S. N. G , A. Childers; L. S. N. G..
H. KlnnevjILS V. G.'Kellev; L.
S. V. G.. G. L. Webhi R. S. S . G. W.
Howard; L. S. S., G. W. Williams.
District Deputy, A. D. Ilelmau offi
Circuit Cocrt. The following
busiues has been transacted in this
court since the last report of the Sen
tinel.... Cos & Minor ys J. H.
M'VEeld; to reco.ver money. Motion
of defendant to.be relieved of judg
men: for $1,470, interest and -costs,
hnretoforagiven iu favor of plaintiff,
denied.... G. M Love et al,, vs.
Si-h -ol District No ; injonction.
!' mnorary injunction restraining de
fed an'a "from collecting a 'certain
school tax vacated and devolved.
A Portland machinist has inven
ted a new quartz cm hurg appara us
which may entirely re-oluttonize the
business milling valuable rock. Af
tr being bioknn to thf sizn of peb-
iils the quaTtz. is driven from a
pipe by thn force of a high pressure
of steam against a steel disc, and
rPKult is that that the rock is re
duced to floar as effectually as if
pounded under the heaviest stamps.
The new invention is Tiewed with
much interest by those incerested in
A correspondent writing from Al
bany, says that work on the O. P.
railroad between Albany and Cor
vallis has started up in full blast-,
and 4000 men are now at work on
the road, and the company want all
the men they can get. Common
labors get $2 per d ay, carpenters $3,
.and teams $4 per day. The ''Three
Sisters is piling regularly between
Albany and Corvallis, making one
trip each way per day, The company
haR two ne"w bargee, which will be
used to cair.- fi eight for the con
struction of the Albany bridge.
W. J. Stanley -of Woodvilln has
cone to Sin Francisco and will re
taain to seo the tjr A. R. celebration.
A. Wise Eeforrt.
1t habit of administering quinine In
powerful doses, as an antidote to malarial
maladies, was once dangerously common.
Happily this practice has undergone wlda
reform. Notonly the public, bulprofeulonil
1nen have adopted, not wholly, of conrse,
but largely, Hostetters Stomach Bitters as i
safe bontanie substitute for the pernicious
alkaloid. The consequences of this change
are most Important. Now fever and ague suf
ferers are cured formerly their complaints
wr nnlv for the time releived. or half cured
-the remedy eventually failing to produce
Tany appreciable effect, except the doses were
increased. A course of the Bitters, persis
tently followed, breaks up the worst, attacks
and prevents there return. The evidence in
favor of this sterling specino and household
medicine Is Of no ambiguous character, but
positive and satisfactory, and the sources
Whence it proceeds are very numerous.
CATARRH CURED, health ond
sweet breath a ecu red by Shiloh's Ca
tarrh Remedy. Price DO cents at E.
C. BrooKs's. Nasal Injector free.
HACKMETACK a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price '23 and 50 cts.
ai E. C. Brooks'.
SHILOH'S CURE will immediate
ly relieve tronp whooping cough aud
I' or lame LJack, bide or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25
c-nts. For sale at E, C Books.
SHILOffS CATARRH REMEDY
a positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
and Canker Mouth. Brooks can fur
WHY WILL YOU cough when
Shiloh'n cure 'will give immediate er
liaf. Prica 50cts. and 51.00. Brooks
Petition for License.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed ww apply to the Uiunly
OoUrt at the yeptembcr session for license
to seli liquor in leu. quantities than one
gallon in tbe town of Cental 1'oint fur the
period of six months trom July 17. 1880,
Central Point, July 17,4830-
SPRING m SUMMER'
Every one should go and see the
Grandest and Largest Lot
New " Spring Dry
Fancy Goods, Clothing,
HATS. BOOTS AID SHOES.
Groceries and Crockery.
Remember these good are new and
bought since the War in Railroad Rates
and arc sold
Cheap for Cash.
Country produce bought and sold; also
Wool, Hides, Furs and Deer bkins. boli
cit orders for Lumber Xx Mclleu.
THE STAFF OF LIFE!
THE ROGUE RIVER
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HAVING RECENTLY BEEN RE
. fitted with al" modern Improvements
are now turning out a first-class articb
of flour, which is put up in onc-fourll
batrel sacks, aud every sack is warrantee
to contain 40 pounds of flour If you don't
believe tins, just compute a sack of oui
flour with any other brand offered for salt
in this market, and note the difference ii
Flour and Hill-Feed
Constantly on hand
and exchanged for
Having added a set of Barlev Rollers to '
ray mill, I have set apart every Saturday
to Roll Harlcy for customers. The work
win be none on snort notice, so that par
ties can Teturn with their erist the same
day. I am prepared to nil! barley at all
times and in the best manner. This pro
cess is tar ahead of the crusher-
Jacksonville, Sept. 22. 1883.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY,
TIIE SISTERS OP THE DOLT ME.
THE SHOLAST1C YEAR OF THIS
school will commence about the end ol
Ausrast, and is divided in four sessions,
of eleven weekseach.
Board and tuition, nerterm 10.00
Musl& . 15.00
Drawing and painting. ....-..... 8.00
Bedand Ueddin? , 3.00
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, nor term .....$ 5.00
Junior, " . .............. 6.00
Prcparatoy " ,. .... 8.00
Senior, " 1000
Pupils received at nnyj time, and special
attention is paid to piiticular studies in
ocliatl ot cmiuren twio have but limited
time. For further particulars apply al
Mrs. M. Rvder. ProDr.
First-class accommodation can always
be had at this house at the most reasona-
E3TAn excellent stable connected with
"Sentnel" Office For Sale.
Desirin; to encage in
the inderstgned offers tbe
ftu sale at a banrain. For the amount
kequired no better investment could be
louna.ior a paying business. For further
particulars cjII on oc address,
To exchange n house of 11 rooms and 2
lots 100x100 feet with spring and cistern
water on it, near public school and street
cars, in city of Portland, tents for ?35 pet
month. Will exchange for cook stock
ranee in Southern Oregon,
address, C.W. Lxnuers, O. R. N.Co.
CRONEMILLER & BIRDSEY.
LabillE Wagons, buggies
L-AiNSIJSG RIDING HARROWS WITH SEEDERS COMBINED,
BD"FORD CULTIVATORS AND SPRING TOOTH HARROWS,
McSHERRY GRAIN DRILLS AND BROAD-CASTSEEDBsit
BtJFORD PLOWS, ALL STYLES.
COLLINS OAST CASTSTEEL PLOWS.
RANDALL PULVERISING HARROWS,
CIDER MILLS. FANNING MILLS. CORN 8HELLER8,
HAY CTTERS. FAIRBANKS SCALES,
COOPER'S ENGINES AND SAW-MILLS,
CHALLENGE GRAIN CRACKERS,'
EXTRAS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
"We wonltl respectfully ask onr patrons and friends to ft aYid f
otir litre of goods before p'titchasirtg elsewhere, as w leal sare v
Sell As Low If Not Lower
Than any first-claHS goods can be sold for; and we gtwranteBiti ar
goods as represented. ,V :
CRONEMILL"R AND BIRDSEI
Jacksnaville, Oregon.JIay 8, 1834.
Of Southern Oregon, are hereby inforatat
that In addition to a large and elegant
have added to my stock the followlag
class ot goods, of which I have a full llast
Ladies' Fnrnishiog Ce4,
Both Knit and JIuJIn.
Infan(8 Wardrobe CompJtU,
As cheap as to ba bought any pl; alas)
CHILDRENS' SHORT CLOTHE
A beautiful line ot
Consisting of Lisle and SUVu
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, ConU,
And many-other things too nuatraaa s
mention. I have also secured the
services of a
And am prepared to execute all orsltrs la
that line in Ural-class style atrcasenabl
rate. , . ,
Call and see me at the bnlldlng form
;rly occupied by A. L Johnson un Cali
fornia street. MRS. P. P. PRIM.
S S 5j
SILAS J. DAY,
Notary Public, Jical Estate Agi.
Abstracts made of Titles to Lands.
Of all kinds drawn np, especially perUU.
in; to the settlement of esUUs
Collector of Accounts Prompt
Investment Securities a 8p-cla!tr.
Jackson County Scrip Bought and Hold.
I have a complete set of Maps of all
Surveyed Lands in this county, aid re
ceive abstracts monthly from Rosebr f
all new entries made. I am thus pre
pared to make out Homestead and Pra
emptior papers, and ran thus save to par.
tics the expense of a trip to Rotabarr
Several fine farms arc in my hands tw
Prompt reply made to all letters.
Charges in accordance with the timet.
Refers, by permission, to C. C. Beak
man, Esq , Banker; to Hon. L. R. WeV
ster, Judge of this judicial district, and l.
any business house in Jacksonville.
Office at south cast comer CalilomA.
and Clli street, Jacksonville, Oregon.'
- SILAS J. DAT
Saloon And Resisraramt
JACKS On VMLfc.E. OR.,
GEORGE BlCL PROFR,
The proprietor lake pleasure in In
forming the puWic that he haa
thoroughly renovated this well-known
stand and is prepared to Cunbh
SVosh Sraai ail 3? aat
daily, delivering the same to say ports
of Jacksonville free of cWg.
Meals, 25 Cents.
The table will bcsupptled with a ektnA
variety of eatables, whita the best 4
wines, beer and tigSTs may he found bi
H1 BBC 'IOHS I5ATS.
I hare made a reduction in the yrit of
hog meat mw selling
Shoalfkrs, 6 scnts per pound,
bide-meat, 5 cents per pound.
Good Lard, 7i cents per pound
tt Is aYl open for inspection and m
ranted. -John Orth.
WXTCTIMAKER aD JEWEIKB,
MAKES a specialty ol Craning and Ye
pairing watches and clocks, itf
dive's are reasonable. Give me a call