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Sathupt, October 2. 1RSG
r 'Iksanb A artv n,imrl WiJon
w brought Jo town (rnm Mfdford
this week ihonght to rrzv bti an
" examination prnvpd that , it wa pnfv a
td c of jim im trt (it) will da all
f fjrright in a' few days.
.Appre iTiCE Wanted. J". C.
Wliipji wantt a youne m" a an ap
.. prentice in hi mirblp works that will
atay until be learn; the trade. A boy
from the country preferred.
WKAWAKK AOENTI. IT McFhB
, j t" .imd P, J. SclwflTr are now in Josephine
rouaty canvaiiin? for the nnrspy of
Jlammon Brov of Talent. ,Thv are live
and rejpon-ible men, will furniih ev
erything thry prnmisn and dr
eerre a liberal patronage. Patronize
- home institutions.
Jcstices Court A.
Ilia Vreek pot a jadnernent against Or
lando none for fruit treee furoi"hd
iL)Scr nm"thm eincf Inv;hpca of Cha.
" 'illL 4 NieWI vj.AIrByBIarlin Jtt (formerly
Hfi " Mrob?hDnnrgan) nd John-Donpean
5 ' Jr. an acting for rent, the jur;- found
in favor?f utdVndant .'
.'?''' Vv-V';scia& Dancs A grand ball and
. ' " jupper will he givpn at WovMIIp
y"y '. . Friday night Ort. 8,tb by W J. S-an-t
' lev and every body i invited to come
. and have a crani oiil-fitnionet tnn.
' . , rrperationn are beinc made to make
tthe hos event of the Reason and thoxe
"ho have it in charge can do so when
iev take charge.
si ' m
Disorderly Conduct. Several
Voanjf men who ought to know better
nave been the hatiit of disturbing con
gregation at the Churchs when in an
intoxicated condition and laat Sundav
tiieht two of the crowd were causht bv
Marshall Curtis and lodged in the cool
er for the night. ?5 and costs, sVttlprl
the bill next morning which ought to
to be a. warning to the bnya for
the Marshal is dertimined on
atoppin? thia hondlumfVr.i rrgardle
of who ho has to arrest.
TTKETTI.r.D O II OiIp, adj-jater.
J. P Riirdon, n Y. T-iompsnn ir.Kd
E. D 'Pratt a'tornev", all.pmplovnd by
the iosnrancp companies, ion here lat
SiturKv without, hin? ifttld 'Tip
the matter of loss in the Mensor tirp.
Their e'eimsi that thpy snnt two week
tim here waiting for Mpnsnr to ce
ready for an adjustment and nothaving
done eo at thp end of that timo thpy
tnrne'd over the kevs and qait. the
matter will hare to be settled by the
. .Expensive Case - -A hort time aincp
Sebastian Bchumpf sued JaniPK Ann
lijTt in Justice HuhVI'ii '-ieurt fur
B3 12 rlaim-d to be dap for labor nrr-
; formed. The cav was trifd by jnn
who disagrrd,and a second trial, nifain
bv jury, was bd thi wpek -wh-n a
l-srdict for 51 92 was found in fnor
of Schumpf. The costs m the case a
figured up amount to $83 67, outside
ef attorneys fees, which defendant
will hae to pay, haing no chance for
P nppeal. Rather an expensive luxnrv.
Returned Mrs. Harriet E Cham
bers, who left Jacksonville a vvr ago
last April, to isit her old home in
Michigan, nrrived heiv a wppk ' aqo.
ilrs. Chsrubera found the change from
the mild climate of this valley to thp
riforout aeasons of Michigan too great
for her constitution. While there she
lest much ,Vnral health and vitality,
and concluded to return as a last resort.
She ia now at the Empire ha' el in a
very feeble bHindition. The boitirs
Jin Cunnrnghtm, and other kind
friends, are doing all they can to make
lier return to uh pleasant, and if pos
aible restore to her health It is hoped
that these kind attentions and the
buoyancy of our climate may give her
a newlease of life. Monitor."
. Later Mh. Chambers Uied ill
Bedford Tnursday night
, Religious Items. Rev. W. P.
jVilliams will hold services at Central
Point on Sunday next.... Elder M.
Peterson will preach at the Mound
chool-house on Sunday.... Rev J. A.
Slover will hold services at Aihland
bn Sunday, both morning and evening
....Rev. F. . Blanchat will hold aer
vices at the Catholic church at this
place on Sunday aVtfao usuil time
....Liberal Sundav-school and Bible
Mass meets eerr Sundav at 11 o'clock
Lrl. att,0 ,M. L. Ifall Tale'nt. . . .
Rfv. A. j. Cickenbach will hold aer
Vices at Fli'JBnix next Sunday morning
and in tMa llace in the evening of the
the same day....Rev. J. R. Robertf
will preach the funeral eermnn of the
late Oliver Vincent at the AntiocV
tehool-housa oh the first Sunday in
next month. TliPre will be morning
and evening services; also a basket din
ner that day.
t . A Mt!ti:cd Es-fER?RIRE. Articles
of incorporation of the Pine Creek
jSnld andSilverilinmgar.a Milling
Company hava bern, filed at the office
pf the County Clerk, with James C.
Tolnjan, Eben B. Torrey, D.iniel C.
tcKercher, Ed. F Lewis, John C.
Xolman and Coltnan O. Laughiin as
Incorporatora. The corpgratwn jit
formed for the purpose of controi
ing and operating the Hops' hjillsita
and "Hope quarts mill, and for.feduc
ng theorea.pf the Silver B?1I, Siamese,
CleTilSKd, Necessity, El IJorado and
oilier mines in Granito mining dis
trict, Union county. Capital stock,
$100,000, divided into 100 000 sharei.
bf 1 each. Fortv thousand aharesare
lo be set aside and diposd f soIpIv
b a working capital and for the liqua
Nation of such indebtedness as the
feimpany known as Tolman, Torrey &
V! may hate incurred, not exceeding
$10,000. at the tltne of creating this
PU maVs (earns were in demaad as
usual this wpek.
Grapes are qnoted at six cents per
poumi in the locil market.
Tim Yreka Fair wai held this ioek
with a largo attendance present.
Circuit Court will b in session
again next week with a light docket.
D. A,.jTnnes,js now holding, a case
on the prohiKRion Star" at S..cm.
T. T. McKenzte is able to be around
again after a tough seigp of erysipelas.
Two Justice's Court have been run
ning nearly all week with more on the
Rpad whit Judge Hanna has pot to
V about the sale of realty belonging
tome uiugage estate.
' " . '
A Carlson rfcnverpd judgment hr dp
fault against Jas nanilin in justico
Foudray'a court this week.
Henry Klippe has gone to I.akcview
on swamp laud biiHiness and will be
absent a coiple of weeks.
Billings k Eton, rannufacturers'of
a new Meant plaiterwerejti town this
week etfdtTn tleir VvftV'.
Holmes brothers hae purchased the
farm owned bv J. Winningham on
Elk oreek, consideration $800.
Robert Westrop of Central Point,
"old dig up," called on us this week.
He says things move at Central Point
The tax levy will be made by the
County Court next week and .will
pro'ia'ilj be placed at the old figure 20
Tile mpnibersof ihr Ruth Relekah
Lodp I O O F. indulged in a supper
last Mondav night after their regular
V. M- Richards of Big Butte pre
cinct ban taken the contract lo i-aw a
larg. amount oMumW at Aiken
The wool market is booming here
ann mere is conxiiier.iii'p iriti hinong
deali-rs. Twenty cents h ine ll'gheiit
price yel paid.
E. Jacobs stor wis kept clospd three
"1 ivk ibis wi-pk on ace mnt of Uosh
HxOianjli. Yom Kippur ill be cide
brutrd (jet. 9 b.
Postal Iuspectpr Ream's eppnt a
couple of dmB at home this week. He
has been kept travpjjing quite lively
since he took th- ilaci-'.
Friiik Kakshifer minipulates the
glasses and liquidit at Caton Uarreti'e
since the illness of Cipt. Caton and
does the work up in stile.
S. Bnth was kicked on the knee
this week while handling horses at Med
ford receiving injuria from which he
was laTu up forseieral davs this week.
The-Sin Francisco 'Examiner" in
forms Its readers that Elliirr Jcukinx
has been apaointed Prsttuaster at
Smith River, in place of Jas. Brook
ing It is said tint Fred Cronemiller of
thp La Guide Uiz-tte," will be one
of the r tnpanT fcthat will mvke the
UmquY "bif,"' scream at Rukeburg
by and by.
Senator Mitchell is expected to re
turn to Oregun this week. Seijitor
nulfih will return about ! Ipptittttr I fit
)rttigrexKman lleiiiitnn is at his home
Corlies Mrritt formely Curnected
with tj".r "TidiniM," but who now re
sides in San Francisco ptid Ashland
a visit last week on his way from a
trip from New York.
Soma eiicikish fiend is again destroy
ing flowers and vases over some of the
graves in the cemetery and if. they are
caught 'he severest penalty of the law
should be given them.
Our new tailors Larsen Hagglund,
are giving the best of satisfaction.
TBei' received moro new goods this
week and now hive the largest stock to
select from eer brought to Jackson
ville. W. C- Griswold, who we all, know
as B. F. Dowell's particular Irieiid
was (n town tbif week gathering evi
denre to eontitiUH the old suit. Both
of tne8 litigants are 6tranger, when
it comes to law.
J. C. McCdlly came in from Cinna
bar Tliumdav after liorhes to bring In
Mrs. Hettry Klippe! and daughter Al it.
The latter health is said to be greatly
improved and the whole parly will re
turn tomorrow night.
If the telegraphic reports are to be
belieed the coiniiliuioii ijf II. Rine
heart as RegUtet of the Land Itflice
at La Gt nude has been wiiiilran lij
the President. The reakon given is
the Don giving of hondu.
The Ashlaml '''Tidings" says Wm
McConuell, of Yreka, bougiit two fine
bri-od mares of Jay B.acb, in Wash
ington county; Or., and is taking them
to SUkiyou county. They came from
Portland on Wednesday's train.
TheState gives 5,009 annually to
what is by courtesy called ihe Stale
Agricultural Sciiy; et at the
late Statp Fair the premiums off-red
on All agricultural products amounted
to StCS. whilu that for races amounted
The fire bell again woke unndrciti
zensshortely after neon on Toerday last
but pred to be only a burning fine
in the Masonic building and nd Sam
age was done. We have had efiotigh
fires for a while and advice a!i to be
careful during the dry spell.
A young man named Seymour Glan
ilon was arrested in Ashland Tuesday
by Deputv sheriff Logan on a warren't
from Polk county, wwherebets wanted
to answer the charge of reduction.
The Polk county sheriff started north
ward ith him on last evening's train.
B ivs under age ill remember that
the curfew ordinance, changed yester
day Oct. lit. Emht o'clock i the
time now when thuv are to makp their
absence visible oj the streets nd
Marshal Curtis hj a the la will U' en
forced in everv caw? without regard to
whose boy it is.
The last censui reported onlv one
Chiifimsn in the state of "Vermont,
two in Delaware, nine in Virg'lia, Jen
in North Caroling eleven apiece i"
-Alabama and Marvhnd. 'thirteen ti
Virginia, f.-tirteen in Suth Carolina,
and only 7386 in all tjie states and
territories tast of the "Rocky moun
tains. About tSrpp-fourths of the 200.
000 lbs. of grain shipped from the Wil
lamette to Fcrt Klamath has alreaJy
been taken from Ashland by the In
dian teamsters. Mnnv rf the teams
have been coming in bv the Rogue
river road, and bringing lnads of lum
ber from Aiken's mill to Ashland
The 29th-of-Jpptpniber has come
and gone and we are still rp!dents of
thin mundane sphere notwithstandint
the predictions of Mr. Wiggins. We
feel under, obligations: to'th,o prr
fessor for being mistaken in tlie time
when the world was to end as we
would then hat e had no chance of collect
ing back dues for the SENTINEL had
his predicti&ns co'rae truo.
R-v. W. S. Holt of Portland Ore
gen, and 'Tp. nro M. WbpVr from
the East are to assist in the Sundav
School Convention to beheld at Jack
sonville Wednpsdur p m and Thnrs
dav. Oct 6'h and 7th.) Thp prespnt
indications are that the convention
will be a success everv one interpstpd
in Sunday Schools is .virdi illv 'nvited
to be present. G F. BiLLiN-ns Pres.
The population of the prin-ipsl
towns in Oregon, na given, bv Polks
Oregon, Washington and Tdthn "Gs
ettep."isas follows: Pirtland, 40,-
000; Kst t'ortlanH. 8 000; Astoria,
6,000; Salem. 6.000-The 7)illes, 4 000
Pendleton, 2 BOO; Raker Citr. 2 300
Uorsallie, 2UDH: Albanr. 1.72n: Kt
gene Citv, 1 700. Ashland, 1 GOO;
Ro.ebttrg. 1.500: Oregon City, 1,300;
The business of the Jacksonville
Marble Works will continue right
a'ons under tie managpment of as
signee, A. H. Mssgly. Anvbody de
siring a tombstone, monnmpnt. stone
coping, etc., will find it to their ad
vantage to call soon, as prices have
been reduced considerably. First c!a.R
mechanics are employed there and the
best of work turned out. Satisfaction
The right of wav party for the Cali
fornia & Oregon extension are now
slashing through the forest of the Sis
kiyou country. According to present
indications, the terminus of tho line
for lha coining winteriuill be in Sirasr
berrv vallev. If the weather is fnvor
able the extension may le made to
Rutteville. Connection a ith the line
fnm Portland is now promised to bo
uiade by next fall.
His examination wns. held Thursday
before Judge Smith, and was bound
over to await the action of the grand
jjry in the sum of 6,000. on the th-irgo
of murdr in the second degree.
B mdainen were secured and Muntz is
at liberty. Although this is said to
be a cold hloo le I murder, the In
dians are not making any demonstra
tion, and thev all seem to be in favor
of having the law tak its course.
The Washington "Herald" publishes
from what it asserts is unusually re
liable authority, that about October
1st the Cabinet will be recast. Stc
retarv Manning will resign. Bvyard
will take the Treasury Department, La
mar will become Secretary of State, and
Joe McDonald will be appointed Spc
retary of the Interior. The "Herald"
savs this is from a prominent bureau
chief who knows what he is talking
According to surveys recently mSde
by W. F BriggK, the distance from
Canvonville to Crater lake is 73 mi'es.
Mr. Briges estimates the cost of con
structing a wagonroad at $12,500.
His survey gives the altitudes of prom
inent points, as follow: Canyonville,
793 .Vet; crossing at forks of South
Umpo.ua river, 1,000 feet; main divide
between Umpqtia and Rrguc rivers
3 3S0 feet; at the rim of Crater lake
Mr. Atchhon, Superintendent of
Construction of the Mrokav Bennet
Telegraph between Eloseburg. and Sn
FrSticiscd, lti in Portland He reports,
rijiid prosrss on his end of the line
and hi pushing work with his char
acterise eiiergv, Jlr. McT) -ugal, who
lyis ctiargV of construction from New
Westminister, B C, to Rosebur".
is aKo in tint rite. The same activitv
prevails oh his division, and Portland
will soon be reached.
Parties from the Md River section
furnish additional information renard
irig the killing of Geo Erickson. vhirY,
turn out to be, as at first supposed a
hold blooded murder. He was shot in
the brfck; from ambush, by some per
son unknown nlthonnb nariin. -
are suspected are n.ow being trailpd bv
Sheriff Rowip? Tfc is linnal t... .!!
. -- " !- "r en
good citizens that those who arefctilllv
ot this dastardly murrler may bs frind
and punched to tlie full extent of the
law. Trinity Journal.
Charley Smith,., brolhpr of Capt.
Smith, of "Tha Three Sisters," well
known in IhJs ity, comfhit'ed suicide
at his home St Salem last Sunday even
ing and died Monday afternoon. The
act was performed with a case knife
and morphine. At the same time
Smith attempted to kill one,of his chil
dren, who was present bnt failpd. Ho
had been drinking hard, and that was
the matter. Few though who knew
hlui, would consider him guiltv of
such a crime even when in'toxicaud;
Our Solid Men.
Ashland Woolen Mills..
"Anrfrloi E K.". .'.
Alford R A ....-...'.. .
Ad!.ira B F. ..........
Amy if. .. ,
Aiken Bros .". .:,..
AikpnG H.. ..-. ..".,
Abraham SjJ and .U . . . .
Btrron H F. . . ,
B ink of AshtaAiS
Battler G. S..-. ..... T-.
BuU;r, Drake a'tiA. (in ; ,
Beson W : . ... . . .
Binipburc !F. . . .,.. .,
Baker L H
Bvrnuin.I H ,
B-allf F..71 .7.
Bll Slid Bro '.....
Bv bee Win S
Brown HRv2.. ;.?.:!
Brown R H
Birdsey F G...
Basey W H -...
B-nedict R ...,'..
Buckley J D....J. ..;
RVcherH..;..'. ??.-'.'. '.
B dinger M.-..T.'XJ
B irnes J, '..
Bfonks.li U..-. .
BshpfMr. C....... .
Crocker Mrs. J rf.; . ...
Ciiiiwood C H..'. ....
ColverJMrs, H M
Crain J R '.
Constance I ,....
Cooker C W
Cii1k.ii S A "..
Umueruii RJ ,
L'ruiiemiller D "..
Coleman LC, ,
Clumbers Estate .
Colrin AG 7.
CI ujjaagi. Estate
Canlwell J A
O tm'sroii Thoo
Colver Mrs. M ..
D. Peatt E ,
Drske M.H .. .,
1)-.iiM h. NO....;-..?
Dley A J
O.i'ey Mrs. L .'..
UeBubuitm Mrs. II . . . .',
D i v S J
Emery and Co ... .
F'uulmni S A ....
Fouiituin J D... .
Ford i m Mrs S...
Oirunan L .I..,'
G eave P ,',
Gioupuer E 1
Gordon A -' . vi
litinsaker and Dodjte. . ,
H argadine Estate
Heiriirj S . .?.
ninilin J.. .., . ,'k
HJ.nsrn F .,, ..
Helms and Di'dard : .l.V.
Harper Wra wj. :.
Herslrf-rger G T.vg. .
tr ...i... vr . i -D i
iinuicjr n unuu 1I. . .;,
Hanlev and Love,
itanlsv J , A . . . .
flanley Mary H..
HofftLan estatu. . .'r.'!?C- f f.i,
lh II L.,
Javnpk Mrs R
Johnson Mm P -r
Jacobs A S
Julian ND' ,,
O and C R,R Cd
Ciarey S W
Kmeaid W S.
SchuixV '" v
sol 6 man II
Savage J ,
Tolelnan J G
Tozep J P. ,
Talent A P,
Taylor S C
Thomas O' Vt
. SI 0.050
.. 11 850
.. 2 200
.. 3 640
. . 3.050
. . 3,500
. . 2,530
. . 3.519
.. .-3 625
. . 2,290
.. 26 600
.. $3 300
,. . 6175
.. . 3510
. .. 260d
Yronman, Miller Co
J Wells O and J
Walker heirs 6? Vuin'ara
Wimer J OO
Walker J P
Wells G Sr
White Mrs J E
Woody J N
Williams M A
Wrisley J B
Walker E F
While H L
Wj.eta'one Mrs E
Kincaid W B
Kubli nnl Pull
Kahler C W
rtfiiiier wm. i.
ICubli K '
Littleton i ;
Lance G W.
Linton J T
Lacy J S
Love J A
MlCall J M.
Messinger B L
Mer A F
McClenden C 0
Mugruder;H H ,
MVglev A II
31 elisor M
M tiller Max
Mi Cully Mrs. Jane
Miller H B
Martin J A
Nichols G W
Nichols J M.
Nunan J v.
Pankey J A
Phipps I J
Phipps M P
Fruell J M Estate
Prim P P
Parker W H
Rock fellow G W
Reno J F .
Robinson Mrs! Susan
Ragadala J F
Rsder Wm aaa s. C ,
Hos J .
vo J E,
SaiirrSeld J "W
Stewart J n
Stougl, Mrs S
Stone Mra E
Sargent C S
Ray Win "
Hitter A L
Ryan P J
tpauirs ami WhllS
Realties. Bros "
Reames Mrs W
Robinson J W
Sisetuore Mary S
Siavens S u
Sterling Mining Co.
Old "tJmpdua Joe" visited our of
fice Tuesday. Thirty years ago he
hunted deer and fought Rogue River
Indians on bo vcrv ground where wj
now sit and writo. Joo says he was
a-waya the white hjaKs friend' thai ha
joined lbs wnites sit ( fought tho
Uogf.e Rivers; that h was twica
wounded and that Tils partner was
killed; says lid wautr to get him a
whit? wife J that he beliuves he is a
very smart man and that had he not
joined the whjtes they would have all
have twen killed; all of which may or
may not ba so.- One thing certain Joa
wai pretty full of "bug juice" and wag
very much inclined, to give the old
Indian war whoop. Ite drew his 1 ot
t'e on its which' Cdufused the entire
'Cotirier" outfit frori the Uevil to the
Editor because it was not election
times and we could no. gee the point
in wanting to treat. Poor old fulloir
he does not realize that he is both a
relic and a remnont and a small rem
nant al tj)at of his former greatmss.f
Grant's Pass "Courier."
TIlA A til lnd (MtV1 rVttJnMl i-oVas?
two bids for ifie.Sfj.OtfO fJra bonds.
One was from Laiid i Bush, of Salem.
of one psr cent, prtmiam. The oth
er wax from liadd & lilton, of Port
land, J of on per cent, premium, and
was accep'ed. The mone will prols
ably be deposited in the Bank of Ash
land this week. JTidings.
spring im mm
Every one should go and mc die
Grandest And Iir-Lat Lut
New Spring Biy
Pancy CroorSs, Clothing,
HATS. BOOK Al SHOES.
Groceries and Crocker.
Itemrmbcr these good are new and
lsiuht binco the War iu Rillroad Rales
.ind aro sold
Cheap for T3asli.
Country produre bousht nnd-told; alo
nooi, Uittcs t tin mm Uecr &Rlns. fo i
cit orders lor Lumber Mx. Vtjfct jen .
-XX TUB -
::fiisrc sbi! eai'.ry sum
THE STAFF OF LlFS!
THE ROGUE RIVER
mm FLouiiiVfi s'hlia
HAVING RECENTLY BEEN Rt
fitted with ar.utxieniittptovemcnt1
are now turning out, a firi'.'cl.iss articl
of Hour, which is fcyt r.p. i ae-fourll
bjirel sacks, and crtry sock n w.irr.inlt"
to contain 40 pounrti; 5f flour If vou don"
believe this, just compare a sick of om
ilour with any otUtc.trand offen d for s.ui
in this market, and note the difference ii
FJour nnci Mill-Feed
Constantly on hand and exchanged for
Having ndded a set of llarley Rollers to
my mill, I have set apart every Saturday
to Roll Itarlcv for customer. T1,p inirl
will be done on short notice, so tli.it par
ties can return with their grist the same
day. I nra prepared tomllbirlcr at all
times and in the best manner. This pro
cess is iar ancnu oi tue crusher-
Jacksonville, Sept. 22, 1833.
ST. SIAaiT'S AOASJEXarS',
TnE SISTERS OF THE HOLY XvUE.
a-'IIE S1IOLAST1C YEAR ,Px 1HIS
I school will commence about th. tn J ol
Autmst. nn1 is fliriflpit in ftm,. cootna
of eleven weeks each.
Hoard and tuition, pcrterm, ?4000
Drawinir and naintinn- on
Bed and Bedding 3.00
OfiLiCUi li.vx auttuuii.
Pnmarv. ner term .100
Junior, " 000
Preparatoy u g.oo
Scnior, " iooo
Pupils received at any time, and special
attention is paid to p-uticular studies in
behalf of children who 1mm lmt i;n..t,..i
time. For further particulars apply at
LARSON & Mm .D,
'RE UNDERSIGNED TAKES
i- pleasure in infomi igthe public that
they hive opened a shop next door to A. G.
Colvin's biore, where thoy aro now di&play.
ing a large stock ol
CLOTHS. TRIMMINGS, ETC
wfyjehthey nre prepired to manufacture
into cJoihing of the latest styles.
$3 Suits made for $2o and upwards.
Repairing a speci tlty.
Dated Sept.. 18,1380.
Mrs. M Hyder, Propr.
First-class accommodation can always
Ire hail at this house at the most reasona
G5An excellent stable connected with
rm'irtiin St. .iciijo.vilh, Or,
JOILN' 3IILLER, Proprietor.
Nafj, per keg $3 30
White U-d, 25 lb. keg 3
Mnseeil Oil, per jrtl .... 00
rur)cntine, " u 0U
Uinclicstcr Rltlcs,foctagi'nbar'l 18 00
UindSavvs , 1 00
Buck S i'v-,'comtilefedlsl'nCc pUlo 1 li
Gun l'owdcr, ixj 15 ...tjw." ,,
mini, pur 10 .Ji "?
'"urt ridges, per box
Holts, per unz
llorvj Shes, per lb...:.
Miner' Picks. ..4 ,
Hand siw Fi'is
"risscnt Saw Files . .
0-v lie Is
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SILAS J. DAY,
Nilary Public, Rtal Ei-lale AgL
Abstracts niidc. of Titles to Lands.
Of all kinds drawn up, especially perUutv
ing to the settlciu' nt ofcstales.
Collector of Accounts -- PromjSl
Investment Securities" a Specialty.
Jackson County Scrip BothjrU and Solo.
I have a complete bet ef Maps of all
Surveyed Lands iu this county, and re.
reive abslnicUjiiontlily rri)m,loseburs of
all nLW qnlrTes m ule. I am thus pre
pircd to make out HoriWcad and Prp
emplioi psjicrs, antl cm thus savo to par.
tii-s the expense of a trip lo Rossburir
LandOfllce. i s
Several fine fanru nxe In my hands toe
silcl . , .
Prottipt reply made to all letters.
Charges in accordance- wjth thu limtv.
Refers, by permission to C. t!. Beek
mf,. Ero. Bankcrr.'.to Hon'. U R. Tut-
stpr .TnfJ.r,. nrthld tfiillnlul .ltilV H.I ,A
any business house in Jacksonville, jL 1
Office nt south cast corner CaiifoflLk ai
anu oui sirccr, jactsonville, Urcgoa.
SILAS J." DAY.
ANGLE & PLYMALE Prop'a.
The undersiened takes pleasure In a-u
nouncing that he li is opened his pi icn of
business in the nw town of Jledford, Or
egon, andis now prepared to furnish, In
PAINTS AND OILS
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
CAN DIES, NUTS,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HW
Jly stock is fresh and flht-class, and t
opose to kiepa full assortment orevery
ling in my Hm and tell at
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
All I ahk is a trial.
t3Higkcst price raid for Produce.
"Senlncr Office For Sale.
J)PSlrinT ft pntMrrn in nttiA natnais
the Mndersigncd oilers the
fm sale at a bargain. For the amount
required no better Investment could be.
found.for a paying btjsinw. For further
Cronemiller & birdsey.
L'iBELLE WAGONS, BUGGIES AN D HACKS.
i.Aiaiiu liiuiJNti tlARROWS WITH SEEDERS CdjlBtNED
BUFORD CULTIVATORS AND SPRING TUOTH HAflROWS
COLLINS CAST OAST-STEEL PLOWS,
CIDER jriLLS. FANNING MILLS, CORN SHELLERS.
HAY CTTEKS. FAIRBANKS SCALES
COOPER'S ENGINES AND SAW-MILLS
CHALLENGE GRAIN CRACKERS, Ek
EXTRAS SERV&fi ON SHO.TT NOTICE-
We wonM respectfully ask our patrons and frieifds 0 call and mo
our line of poods before purcbasing elsetvberc, as we 161 sure we
Sell As Lotr If Not Lower
Than any firat-claris goods can be sold for aud we guarantee all our
goods as represented.
OBONEMIDLSR AND BIRDSEY.
Jacksonville, Oregon, May 9, 1334.