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Satukuay, September 25, 1886.
Apprentice Wantkd. J. C.
Whipp wanti a young run as an ap
prentice in bis marble works that will
stay until he learns tha trade. A boy
from tbe country preferred.
Failed and Suicided. W. F.
Owens the well known merchant of
Roseburg failed this morning for $100-
UUU unci then killed himself at a:3U A. .
W could gat no further particulars.
Eaitjerx Stabs. A called mt
TagefArdaral Chapter No.' 3, 0. E.
B. will be held a' tbe Uasoaic hall
Jacksonville, Saturday evening Oct.
2d, a full attendance is requested.
ISSIE llcCCLLT, Sec'Y.
Arm Buokev John HnffVr of this
place had his left arm broken in two
places yesterday when near Wilderville
by being thrown from a wagon. He
was taken to Grant's Pm where he
got medical aid and arrived home this
Private Rale. Mrs N. Fisher of
this place is oAV ring her entire house
hold and kitchen furniture for sale,
conMsttog of parlor and bed room sets,
ft first-class piano, carpet?, etc"; The
above will be sold very low, and those
desiring anything in this line should
call at once.
Social Dance A grand ball and
supper will he given at Woodville
Friday night Oct. 8,th by W J. S an
ley and every body is invited to come
and have a gran I old fnhionptl time.
Prenerations are being made to make
it the boss event of the season and those
who hava it in charge can do so when
(bey take charge.
Wanted. 500 or-1,000 telegraph
cadar poles 6-iucli top, Smell butts,
sawn, split rtr round, to be distributed
along the road between Yrtka and
Aihland. within three weeks. Com
munications addressed to Ashland
till leceive my earliest attention.
Pacific Psitsl Telegraph CM.I0C0.
TUWAfcD Offered On Sept. Cilia
smfcll Wak couuiuing an Odd Fellows'
withdrawal card from Sliiloh lodge No.
CO of Shiloh, Arkant.8 and belonging
to T. Shattuck, was lwt Bomewhere
lietween here and Medfnrd. Both the
(took and contents are useless to any
one else, and tfcr finder can secure a
libera' reward by returning them to
A Course of Fbke Lectures on
China We are requested to call es
fircial attention to tbe courre of free
ItcturMi to be given nt the Presbyter
ian church by Rev. W. S. Holt at
jireicnt having charge of tbe Presby
terian M ukn to the Chineno in Port
land. These Icctoms are spoken of as
interesting and instructive and have
ben Imtenrd to W crowded churches
in Salem, Albany. Corvalliv and other
cliurcaea. A cordial invitation is ex
landed to all to attend.
Oregon and Washington are beginiug
lu produce some fast trotters. At the
laU fair, in the 2:45 class, Jlinnie
Com), a Nutwood filly, trotted a mile
in 2: 23 J, the fastest time ever made
inOiegon, and equaled in few of the
istem States. In the free for all
race for $1,000 there was some good
trotting by Ortgon bred hones, as
law at 2:24 being made. Jn the run
tag class was Repetta, a Kentucky
therougbbred that can do soma Ene
rnnniag, and will show to the front
New STOREKErr E On aooinl
of ill health Win M. Turner hah re
signed the t flice of U. S. Morokee,)er
and guager for this district and
Charles Prim has been appointed in
liia plica. With the, work required
Mr. Turner's health has been fulling
for some time past and he was forced
to quit on that account considering
health of more' value than being abused
for working uuder a Democratic ad
ministration. Charles Prim has been
appointed in his stead which is a good
selection as acknowledged by all.
Baptist Cuurch Organized. A
Tery interesting meeting was held at
the public hall on William creek
Josephine county, beginning Sept 3J,
and ending Sept 12tb, by Hev's A
Brown ad J. A. Slover. Chris'JatiF
were revived and sinners converted,
and great interest manifested by the
community generally. During the
last days of the mealing a B-iptibl
church was organiwd with eleven mem
bers. Immediately after the church
was constituted four candidates for
baptism were received, and baptize!
this making fifteen members in the
Cooxtr Statistics The follow
ing is a list of the taxible property of
Jackson count, as returned by the
county assessor and revised by the
board of equalization: Acres of land,
241,5ii, valued at S1.C52.846; aver
age value per aere, $4.39. Improved
land, 101,237 acres, valued SS53.401.
average, $8.42. Unimproved land,
41,932 acres, valued at 212,598. av
erage value, 1. Town lots, lued at
$84,325; improvements, $434,667.
Merchandise, implement, etc., $397,
719. Money, notes, etc, $707,879.
Household furniture, jewelry, etc.,
etc, $85,507. Horses and and mules,
3,994 head, valued at $147,180; av
erage per head, $36 85. Cittle, 10,
841, valued at $150,925; average'.$13.
93. Sheep, 18,652 Swine, 10.C61,
valued at $15,011; average, $1 40
Gross value of all proprtv, $3,164,
511; indebedness, $717,125; exemp
tions, $231,469.' Total deductions,
$948. 594. Total taxable pmpertv,
$2,215,929. Number of polls. 1,106.
Smoky weather continues.
Postal inspector Beames is in Carry
on official business.
Some rain this week but not enough
to clear away tbe smoke.
Bad colds are in order and tha other
fellow baa always got the worst.
Cardwell Bros, are making-improve-meats
at the Union Livery Stable.
Schumpf's new .barber shop is now-)
located uextdoor to the route ffica.
J. H. Catran. C. CV Low and Yan
DutiUp were Uow from Phosuix Thurs
Bafas Q, Moore stopped a day with
as this week on his return from tha
Heury Klippel has returned frtm
the north and the new mill will soon
be in working order.
Dick Blackwood is the new road
supervisor of district No. 29 vice Ja
cob Wagner, resigned.
JJarshal Curtis has taken the club
again and will ksep the cooler full if
certain funny busiuess doul cease.
Those of our subscribers who haver, , J ... , , , ,
- a . . -.1 .1 1 Jacksonville and returneJ this w
lirouiincu vu ioiuo uii irtiu nuuu tail
do so now whiTe the woods are good.
Deputv District Attorney Andrews
went to Liukville this week to appear
for the stale iu tho Muuz murder trial.
Many wells iothe southern part of
town have gone dry making water
scarce but the tows are still holding
Tlios. T. McKenzis is still confined
to his bed with an attack of erysipelas
but was much improved at last ac
J. B. Baldwin of Pottland formerly
a resident of this place is back on a
visit. He is now practicing law iu
J. F. Mattingly of Frank Bros, is
now in our midst. Every farmer that
meets him puy some kind of farming
During Dr. Robinson's absence Dr.
Dt-Ur ill oversee the prescription de
parlweiit at the City Drug btoie,
11. Y. Thompson, a prominent law
er of Portland, boa bt en with ut all
week as on attorney in tbe Meuncr
Capt. Milo Caton has been confined
to his room ibis week wii.li illness; also
Henry Phjw. Tbe luau Lai been very
quiet ever since. ,
Hon O. H Danny, who went to Co
rea eome mouths since, has beec ap
pointed Director of Foreign Affairs for
that littie kingdom
O. 11. Cole, H. Y. Thompson, J. P.
Beardeu and Judge . Do Peal t are
still with us on business connected
with the Meusor tire.
Geo. . Smith hat bean awarded
the vacant scholarship in the S'.ate
University fiotu thin couuty, and is
uow iu Kugeuv City ntteudiug school.
Eil. Cilon has moved into bis new
saloon at Central Point and keeps one
of the cosiest places in this end of the
State. Give EJ. a call when you are
Flounce Rock precinct has a sixteen
year old pugilist that makes, the bojs
staud aruuud as he wants them. He is
a recular Jack Deiupsey according to
Senator A. P. Gortuah, of Maryland,
arrived in Portland Saturday. Sena
tor Gorman was one a page in the
Senata Caaubtr. Hts tsras expires
B. B. Beakman and Miss Carrie
Bcskinan started Eist last Monday
night to be gone fur the winter at
leait. Ben will likely stay lunger to
The Canadian Pacific has put up a
round trip rate of $70 from Portland to
Chicago. That is cheap enough, bat it
will probrbly come lu$20 betora this
cruel war is over.
The charge of assault with adangerous
weapon preferred agriust W. Pre
(ontaine by his step sou was dismissed
by Justice Hubbell there being no evi
dence to convict.
It is given out that Governor-eleet
Penuoer will reside in Salem only du
ring the sstsions of the Legislature.
The remaiuder of the time will bs put
in at Portland.
The editor of the Mountain "Senti
nel" of Union, says that the 4500 peo
ple who attended Cole's circus at that
place, were the sickest aud dirtiest
crowd he ever saw.
The Rebekah Degree Lodge will
hae extra business next Mutiday
nigbt when all mrmbers-are invited to
bd present. A side dauree will be
held at thn same lime.
J. B. Destelles of Joseuhine county
made us a pleasant visit yesterday.
He has just sold his mine fur $20,000
but will still make his borne in that
county for a while at least.
Plymale keeps better teams, vehi
cles, etc., than ever, and never fails in
giwng satisfaction. Hts charges are
reasonable, so give him a call when
you need anything in his line.
To hear people talk our fruit crop
was very short this year but when you
call on our local f urdaalers fruit cans ou
will tiud that they are just out after
having sold a larger lot than usual.
W. H. Bnnatt, a long time resident
of Washington county, Origon, and
for a term Sheriff of said county, died
at Rock wood, W. T., a few weeks ago.
He immigrated to Oregon in 1845.
Bob-Dean of Flounce Rock precinct
was in town this week and told us a
first-class fish story. Wes. Ingram of
Willow Springs was on hand, however,
and we will say nothing till they re
M. H. Coleman had a finger ampu
tated this wrek unexpectedly by let
ting a wagon bed fall on it. He says
he didn't have time to take chloroform
as the operation was performed before
he got ready.
Profs. Watt, Sweet and Morris,
principals of the Jacksonville, Ashland
and Medford echools, have been selec
ted to assist Bupt. Priest in the public
examinations of applicants for teach
A charge ot assault with inUnt to
kill was brought by Oscar Lewis
against Wm. Lewis Jbpth of Med
ford but Justice Bs'dull thought
there was nolbing iu tbe case and dis
missed the ease.
W. L. Bilgt r, who got his start in
Jacksonville, was with as again as trav
elling agent for the well known hard
ware firm of Thompson, Us Hart k Co.
of Portland. Billy is just fat enough
for a first class drummer.
W. J. Plymale has returned from
Cinnabar considerably improved in
hsilth. MrR. Henry Klippel and
daughter. MUs Allie, and J. C. Mc-
Culh are e.ill lhre and will remain
there till 'he first of next mouth'
!. - . I-Tnww rra'!llan mm! trin
We presume his arrival In that burg
made the hearts of some of the fair
sex go "pit a pat." Rotcburg Plain
dealer. "We rhouldn't wonder."
Schwalka has discovered an im
mense river in Alaska. It is a mile
and a half wide at the mouth and is
supposed to head far beyond Mt St.
TLIias. He has named it Jones, after
George Jones, of thi N. Y Times.
The new silver certificates will not
be ready until November. The $1
certificates will contain the vignette ot
Martha Washington, $2 that of Major
Gen. Hancock in full uniform, and the
$10 that of Vice President Hendricks.
Frank Abernethy, after a few davs
rest in Salem has returned to his lal-ors
as inspecor of swamp land for the
state of Oregon. He is now gone to
Lake and Grant counties. HeJ will
probably not return before the first of
A Chinaman is speaking to himself
as he irons a khirt. Pick3 up a shirt
hhowing evidence of having been well
cared for, and-ssyi.: "Bachelor. Hint
lady fix him." Picks up another, but
tonless and all frayed at the wris and
neck: "Mallied man "
The total receipts of the Stato fair,
not including the $5,000 appropriation
made by the state legislature, will bo
about $17,500, while total expeice,
premiums and all, will not exceed $15
000, leaving a balance of $7,500 or
more in the treasury.
Mrs. Alise C. Gove, who was elected
Superintendent of Public Schools fur
Multnomah countv, at the last election
has resigned, being unable to fill her
position as teacher at the same time.
He husband, Mr. C. H. Goe has hem
appointed to fill the vacancy.
After next Thursday any one put
tine ton cent delivery stamp ou a
package besides the usual postal rates
can mako Max Muller deliver any
kind of a package to any poiat wiih
io one mile of town. What is the pos
Uge on a ton of salt, Bro. Muller?
A sufficient amount has been eub
scibed towards the agricultural Col
lege at Corva'.lis to enable the build
ing association to organize and elect
oflicurs, which will be done immedi
ately. Plans for a building will be
lecured and the work pashed forward
at fast as sosiibla.
Fourattomeya en one si da, four attor
neys on the other, special police and
detectives in quantities Is numerous to
mention and still no a I
justment has been made of the Mentor
fire With the number of watchmen
around, our woodpile is safe at least
until colder weather comes on.
If the ladies will call at N. Fishers
they will find something new in the
line of dress goods. There are several
shades, has a big French name that wo
couldn't sjiell aud looks as if it would
make as fine dreses as any woman
ought to wear. No charge i made
for showing the goods. Call around.
A law suit wherein the sum of $3 10
was the matter of contention was tried
by jury in Justici Hubbell's court this
week. After staying out all night the
jury reported in the morning that they
bad agreed to disagree and they were
discharged. Sebastian Scnumpf was
plaintiff and James Ampriest defend
Tha Immigration Board yenterday
received from Sun ford & Christie of
Grant'r Pass, a watermelon weighing
forty-nine pounds, which is a sample
of the melons raised in Southern Ore
gon; also millett fifteen inches long,
sugar cane fifteen feet and. broom corn
fourteen feat high, from Lewis Hayes
of th" Same place. News.
Res'. Jas. N. Beard, of the Central
Methodist church, has received a com
munication from Sam Jones, the
Georgia Evangeliht, announcing that
he will soon come to San Francircj as
an Evangelist, and will afterward mnke
a trip o every large city on the Pacific
coast. Methodist ministers are taking
steps, to accord hit a hearty welcome.
Reames & White take pleasure in
informing the pnblic that they carry
and will continue to keep in stock a
full line of Drv Goods, Fancy Goods,
Ladies and Gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods, Hats, Groceries, Tobacco,
Cigars, Glassware, Crockery, and in
fact avery thing that is usually
found in a general merchandise store.
Thny have a 'fixed percentage as a
profit, and are prepared to sell goods
as cheap as the cheapest Buyers will
find, it to their advantage to examine
heir stock before purchasing else
where. Hav acales connected with
tha store. They also take orders for
custom made clothing.
"Remarkaby Bill Nye" is the title
of a book, which, according to tbe au
thor's prospectus, is now in the hay
press and will soon be issued. Bill
promises that hie new book will be
longer, widr and purer than all his
other books united and will contain
600 pages of the thinks that .he has
thought inclading a receipe for purify
ing tha liver without removing it.
The postal inspector's office for this
district is in complete running order
under charge of J. H. Anderson, late
of Omaha, Chief Inspector Mason is at
Seattle inspecting the officaa in that
vicinity, and will not return until the
end of the snontb. Inspector E. V.
Treatler is in Montana aud Inspector
Ahotaas Vi. Keames is in Southern
Oregaa ia tha vicinity of -Jacksonville.
The Democrat, the leading German
paper of California, that has always
been a staunch republican organ, has
tone over bodily to the democracy
W&ukr of the position of the republi
cans on the whiskey question. The
whisker men leave the psrty
because it is to temperate and the
prohibitionists Jeave it becanite it is
too whisky, all of 4kjch argues that it
is about riht. t
An exchange truthfully remarks:
You will probably find from? things in
your home paper that vou cannot en
dorse Even tha Bible hits Fome hard
licks. If you were to stop your pep
per and eall the editor all sorts of uglv
names, tha paper would still be pub
lished. And what is more you will
sneak around and borrow a copv ot it
from your neighbor. It is much better
to keepyour vest palled down and your
subscripten paid up.
Judge McCue, of California, tells
how he manages to exist on IC cents
a dy as follows: "I usually turn out
at about 11 o'clock and take breakfas
I go to the dairy around the corner and
buy a cup of cofiVe for 5 cents, aud
with the ether 5 cents I get five Mary
land biscuits. My breakfast is eaten
slowly and well digested. It gener
ally lasts me until about 4 o'clock in
the afternoon I always go provided
with heveral pieces of alum. When
I begin to get hungry I place one of
these bits of alum in my mouth ami
alljw it to slowlv dissolve. The ef
fect is that it contracts tbe throat
and stomach, and tha sensation of
hunger disappears. I repeat this
lose until bedtime, and fall asleep
like a child."
Relwious Items Tha Domen's
Presbyterian Home wist-ionary society
will me;t with the President, Mm. 0.
0. Beekmau, on naxt Thursday Sept
30, ut2p x The Little Gleanerc
Missionary Band will meet with Mrs.
Bickenlmcli on nxt Saturday Ot. 2d,
at 2 P St.... Services will be held at
tho Presbyterian church at
place next Sunday, 1 or in
and evening. RfaV. W. S. Hon 01
Portland, will lectui'e at'SRh services
as already annotrticod. On Monday
evening he will address tno Lilt e
Glearnars Bsnd on tha children ot
china.... Rev. A. R. Btckenbach wil
preach as uual at Phoenix at 11 a.m.
Rev A. R. Bickenbach will hold sdr
vicis as uual at Phas-iix at 11 a. 31
. . . . H. C. Fleming preaches at tln
Lnns Oak scl.ool-home on Sunday next
Rev. W P. Williams will" hold
services at the M. E. Church in tli
place, both morning and f tening. . . .
Rev. A. H. Sanderinan will preach at
the Chimnoy Rock Schoil-huuse on
Sunday, at the usual time.... Rev. F
X. Blauchet will bold services at the
Catholic church in this place on Sun
day at tha usual time.. ..Liberal
Sunday school and Bible uats every
Sunday at 11 o'clock a X at the U. M.
L. Hall Talent Roy. J. R. Roberts
will preach the funeral seraion of the
late Oliver Vincent at the Antoich
chool house on the first Sunday in
next mon'b. There will be morning
aud eieiiing services; also a banket din
tier that day.
Rogue Rivf.r Association of
Baptist Ciiurciiks This body con
vened with Mucedonia church, Deer
cre.-k, Josephine county, Oregon, 011
Friday, Sept. 17th, 1886. Six church
es were represented by uiestengi-rs
and letter, stating the statistics and
state of the churches. Ruv. S. E.
Stearns preached the introductory ser
mon, atul after adjusting the necessary
preliminaries, a permanent organiza
tion was t fiVeted by electing Rev. M
Alden moderator and Rev. G. E
Jonos clerk. Whereupon the
regular routine of business was. dis
patched pleasantly and satisfactorily
to all present. RrvT Stearns, Alden,
Slover, BrUto and Scott were onlainel
ministers; and Jones, Potter, Wilcox
and Single, Licentiates from Rogue
River Association. Rev. C. W. Black,
of Corvallis Association was present,
and rendered valuaVe services in dis
cussing the reports of the several com
mittees, and giving good suggestions
which doubtless will ba of great im
portance to this body in the future;
u so he preached a good sermon at 11
o'clock Sunday. A committee was ap
pointed to correspond with the
Home Mission Board, to ascertain
what it would do in the war of sup
porting a missionary on this field.
JLIfO a committee vas appointed to
select subjects and ministers to present
the same at the next association. This
body will convene with the Medford
church in Ibbi at the usual time.
The moderator made some touching
remarks at the c'oe ot the association
in reference) to the great probability
that all the mrmWs then present
wonld never be preFnt again until
thnv mt before the Kings of Kings
Thus ended another .associational year
of RogU4 Birar Baptist Association .
Tbn W. C. T. U. will hold their reg
ular meeting at the M. J5 Church Sat
urday Sept. 25'h at 4- P r.
Fannie Slover Sec,
Mes. S. J. Day President.
RlCIIMlNINO, StriKR. Messrs.
Ruoe Jones and A. S. Whiting, for
merly of tbe O & C. R. R. construc
tion force in this valley, have nmdn a
nch strike at a mine in which they
have an interestjon Starveoutjcreek, a
tributary of Cow creek. Douglas coun
ty. They, with Messrs. Clarno and
Wilson, bonded a ledgn there last win
ter and have been running u tunnel
with fair prospects, but last Thursday
a blast in the tunnel exposed some of
the richest gold-bearing quartz aver
found in Oregon. The ona blast ex
jusedtomt $6000 or $8000, it is said,
aud of course the news raised a fever
of excitement in Douglas county and
in Portland, where two of the parties
interested reside. Four thousand dol
lars of rold has been pounded out with
a hand-mortar, report sar. Speci
mens sent to Portland were placed be
side the .richest rock gathered; from
the Coeur d'Alene, Colville and Pine
creek mines, and outshone them all.
Some forty or more of Portland's capi
talists and mining operators visited
the mine within a day or two after
the strike was made, and -among other
rumors rife is. one that 1 00,000 was
offered for the raiiie outright by a
PortUnd man. " Tbe whole" vein is 10
feet In width and prospects well
throughout, but the richest streak, 18
inchus wide, is tho next hanging vail.
favorable for permanency and richness.
Years ago Starveout creek was worked
for placer gold, but the diggings gave
ont just where this ledge crossed it,
from which the bypnthesi isni'urally
formed that the guld all came from the
'fe -- L''"f-
Railroad Itkms. The S. F. Call of
the 15t.li, says the Somhi'rrr'Pucitic ha
teceived no many requisitions for au
con.o 1-tion on the conditional excursion
uplLa Culifuriiin & Oregon, to Mount
Shasta, that it will now take place foi
certain Ike excursionists will be tak
en to Upper Soda Springs It is in
tended to opeu a station there in a fa
days, at which freight and passengei
business will be taken. This last ex
ension reduces the staging between
the Cilifuniia aud Oregon line and
Ashland, on the Oregon road, to9C
miles. Sissiun's eight miles further up
will probably be reached within an
thrr month, reducing the distance
bet weiu the terminal points to eighty
ight wiles. An immencn number ol
men are kept working there day and
night, but the bit of upper country be
tween Upper Suda Springs audSisson's,
is the worst on the whole line. T. H.
Goodn.an. who has just returned from
a trip ta the end uf tbe r ad, st tes
that the scenery alone tha whole route
is magnificent, and is far finer than
anything on the Central Pacific, on
account of the wonderful variety of
timbered mountain and canyon scenery.
Sission's will probably be the winter
Termiuous of the roa!, but the men will
lie kept working as long as the weath
er permits. An immense quantity of
Puyt-t Sound timber has been haulid
to th- big Cunyon between Soda
Springs, and Sission's, on the C. k O.R.
R.. south of this place, consisting prin
cipallv of stinks for stringers, about 10
by IS and 30 feet long, to be used in
the trestlns acro-s the upper and low
it ends of the great canyon at the head
of the Sacramento river. All the
other timl er used, is obtainable in
abundance on route and of superior
The following extract from an edito
trial iu the Salt Lake Tribune of the
I81I1 ought to meet with the hearty
concurence of all decent people:
We wish tho Associated press agants
in the East would do tha weary West
on 'anting favor aud never again in tha
!:. ticket me&tiin the name of the
bu '1 bra e John L Sullivan until ho
rea ' has a fight or dies. He is sim
ply 1. Irunken, wife beating loafer, who
lives by the fame which the press
agen' give bim. He ought to be car-rjii-g
a hod. Ten thousand better
men are engaged in that business, and
vet it costs the newspapers of the
United States several thousand dollars
weekly to advertise some exploit of bis
which is to come off. This business
has been continuous for three years
past and is becoming exceedingly mon
otonous. If some one would take a
fence rail or wagon stick and knock
him out in the first round, and silence
him for all time to come, the Western
newspaper men would make up a purse
and rew ard that benefactor of humanity
bountifully. Those who believe in Di
vine Providence cannot understand
why Suilivan w.-ib not called to Charles
ton week before last and given quarters
in some house that tho earthquake de
stroyed. The sovereign grand lodge or Odd
Fellows held a succeuful session at
Boston this week. The following offi
cials were elected for the next two
vears: Grand sire, John H. White, of
New York; deputy grand aire, J. C.
Underwood, of Kentucky; grand secre
tary T. D. RoS, of New York; grand
treasurer, A. S. Shepard, of Pennsyl
vania. TThen Iteby sru lick, w cars ber Csstorla,
'WLen sbs ni a Child, she crie4 for Csatoria,
Wbca sha becams HUs, sbs close to Csstorla,
Wfcen sba bad CbUdr-o, sbs save them Cantoris,
HEDDGTION IN MEATS.
I have made a reduction in the price of
hog meat now selling
Shoulders, 6 cents per pound.
Side-meat, 5 cents per pound.
Good Lard, 7i cents per pound.
It is all open for inspection and war
ranted. John Outdt.
SPRING 886 SUMMER
Every, one should go and sec tho
Grandest and Largest Lot
New Spring Dry
Fancy Goods, Clothing,
HATS.' BOOTS AND SHOES.
Groceries and Crockery
Remember these good are new and
bought since the War in Railroad Rates
and are sold
Cheap for Cash.
Country produce bouebt&nd sold; also
Wool, Rides, JMrs and Deer Skins. Soil
cit orders for Lumber Jfx JIcllek.
THE STAFF OF LIFE!
THE ROGUE RIVER
STEAM FLOURIM MILLS
HAYING RECENTLY BEEN RE
fitted with at' modern improvements
are now turning ont a first-class artich
of flour, which is put up In onc-fourll.
bairel sneks. and every sack, is warrantee'
to contain 4!) pounds of flour If you don'
believe this, just compare a sack of oui
flour with any other brand oflered for salt
in this market, and note the difference in
Flour and Mill-Feed
Constantly on hand and exchanged for
Having added a set of Barley Rollers to
my mill, I have set apart every Satunlin
to Roll llarley for customers. The work
will be tlone on short notice, so that par
t!es can return with their grist the saim
day. I am prepared to roll barley at all
times and in the best manner. This pro
cess is tar ahead of the crusher-
Jacksonville, Sept. 22, 1883.
"TWENT Y-FIRSf YEARr
TBE SISTERS OP THE HOLY SAME.
THE SHOLASTIC YEAR Ox tHIS
school will commence about lh end ol
August, and is divided In four sessions.
ofekveD weeks each.
Board and tuition, per term, $40 00
Drawing and painting 8.00
Bed and Bedding 3.00
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, per term $ 5.00
Junior, " 6.00
Preparatoy " 8.00
Senior, " 10.06
Pupils received at anv time, and special
attention is paid to pmticular studies in
bcha:r or children who have but limited
time. For further particulars apply ai
LARSON & HAGGLUD.
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES
pleasure in infomijg the public that
they have opened a shop next door to A. G.
Colvin's store, where they are now display
ing a large stock of
CLOTHS. TRIMMINGS, ETC,
which they are prepared to manufacture
into clothing of the latest styles.
EST Suits made lor 25 and upwards.
Repairing a speritlty.
LARSON & IIAGGLUND.
Dated Pcpt. 18, 188C.
Mrsi M. Ryder, Propr.
First-class accommodation run nlwnva
be had at this bouse at the most reasona
E3FAn excellent stable connected with
CEONEMILLER & BIRDSEY,
LiBELLE WAGONS, BUGGIES AND HACKS,
LANSING RIDING HARROWS WITH SEEDERS COMBINED
BUFORD CTJLT1 VATOKS AND SPRING TOOTH HARROW8
McSHERRY GRAIN DRILLS AND BROAD-CASTSEEDERSL
COLLINS CAST CAST-STEEL PLOWS,
RANDALL PULVERISING HARROWS,
CIDER MILLS. FANNING MILLS, CORN SHELLlRit
HAY OTTERS. FAIRBANKS SCALES,
COOPER'S ENGINES AND SAW-MILLS,
CHALLENGE GRAIN CRACKERS,- E
EXTRAS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE-.
"We 'wonltl respectfully ask our patrons and friends to call and sa
our line of goods before purchasing elsewhere, as we feel sure wo
Sell As Low If Not Lower '-..
Than any first-clssa goods can be sold for; and we guarantee all our
goods as represented.
CRONEMILLEB AND BIRDSEY.
Jacksonville, Oregon, May 9, ISM.
Har dvaic red Cut'er)S.orc
California St., Jucltsouvllla Or.
JOHN MILLER, Proprietor.
5 per keg $ a 50
"i hite Lead, 25 lb. keg 3 1KJ
JNinseed Oil, per gal 00
Turpentine, " , so
Winchester Rifles, (octagon bar'l) 18 00
HandSaws I 00
Buck Saws 'complete dist'neo pistol DO
Gun Powder, per lb 50
"PS, " .T.. .....,-"-lH '
artridges, per box IScts.to l"j0O
Bolts, per doz '15
Horse Shoes, per lb 67
" 1 2o
x Handles 30
Miner's Picks IN
1 1 ami -saw Files jo
'nss-cut Saw Files 25
v.'ow Bells v;
SILAS J. DAY,
Notary Public, Real Estate AgU
Abstracts made of Titles to Lands.
Or all kinds drawn up, especially pertain,
ing to thu settlement of estates.
Collector of Accounts Promjpt
Investment Securities a Specialty,
lackson County Scrip Bought and Sold.
I have a complete set or Maps or all
Purveyed Lands in this county, and re
eive abstracts monthly from Roseburr !
all new entries made. I am thus pre
pared to make out Homestead and Pre.
mption papers, and can thus save to par
tisthe expense of a trip to Roseburir
Several fine forms arn In tnv hn,!. tv
Prompt reply mado to all letters.
Charges in accordance with tho tlusjea.
Refers. YlV T)prmletnn trt r I T2UV-
man, Esq., Banker; to Hon. h. R. Wes-
oicijouugi; ui tuisjuuiciai uisirict, ana ta
iny business house in Jacksonville.
Office at south east comer Calilornla
ind 5th street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
SILAS J. DAY.
ANGLE & PLYMALE Prop's.
The undersicned takes pleasure In an.
nouncing that he has opened his place of
business in the nnw town of Medford, Or
egon. andis now prepared to furnish, In
PAINTS AND OILS
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING.Ete.
My stock is fresh and first-class, and I
propose to keep a full assortment of every
thing in my line and sell at
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
All I ask is a trial. T
C3T"Highest price paid for Produce.
"Senlncr Office Fr Sale.
Desiring to engage In other usiness
the "indersigned offers the
foi sale at a .bargain. For the amount
required no better investment could be
found.for a paying business. For further
pat ticulurs call on or address, t