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Jacksostili-e, Thcesdat, March 15. 18S3.
Aconplc married at Jamaica, L. I., last
Treslc bad been engaged for thirty years.
There are said to be more than 00,000
.Northern visitors in Florida this winter.
Speaker Carlisle and Mrs. Carlisl
lave gone to Wichita, Kan., where their
eon is ill.
Er-President Hayes delivered the
oration at Col ambus, O., on Washington's
Rev. James Schofield, father of Major
General Schofield, TJ. S. A died at Chi
cago, aged 87.
The friends of Frederick Douglass will
Under him a receptio in Wtshington on
his 71st birthday.
The physician who can knock the "p"
out of pneumonia will rob the disease of
Biost'of its terrors.
Joseph Chamberlain's collection of or
chids in his home near Birmingham, is
valued at $50,000.
Amherst Republican students have
voted: Blaine, 131; Hawley, 87; Slier
nan, 64; Lincoln, 33.
A Paris paper recently stated that the
people of St. Louis, Dak. Ty., were dy
ing of a disease called the blizzards.
General E. S. Bragg, Minister to Mexi
co, departed from Fon du Lac, Wis., for
his post, accompainied by his family.
Oliver Wendell Holmes saj s thaU"no
body knows New England, who if not
on terms of intimacy with one of its
The late Alfred Krupp left to hi wife
the ri;lit to take from his estate such an
inoome as she desired, not exceeding
$125,000 a year.
Lizzie Kelsey, who at one timo appear
ed in the leading part of J "The Black
Crook," thut of "Stalacti," died in New
Misses Whitney and the Misses West,
daughters of Minister West, will set the
example of daily long walks during the
Lenten season in Washington.
Japhee Chapin, ageJOl, a veteran of
the war of 1812, died at Antwerp, Tnurs
day. His wife died a shoit timo ago, af
ter the couple had been married for 71
' Mr. Gaunt, a, colored resident of Xcnia,
Ohio, has deeded his property, valued at
f50,000, to Wilberforco university, a lead
ing college for colored men. The col
lege has frequently received bequests of
f 1,000, but the largest sum heretofore re'
-ceived from an individual whs $5,000.
In Paul B jurat's last novel, "Les
Mensones," he dressed his heroine in a
black corset, and thereupon received nu
merous notes, some coronoted saing
that it was not fashionable. Bourget is
now going about among the Parisian
-dressmakers to get data to establish his
TUo groat Orloff diamond, which sur
mounts the Kuesian imperial scepter, is
first in size and the third in value in the
world. It once formed the eye of an idol
in a temple near Seringham, India,
whenco it was stolen by a French adven
turer. It weighs 185 carats and isjvalued
Hon. W. H. Sawyer, late Juitice of the
Supreme Court of this State, died at his
home m Canton, St. Lawrence county,
Sunday. He was borne in Potsdam,
October 15, 1826. From 18G2 to 1876 he
was a law partner of Hon. Leslie W. Rus
sell in Canton. He went on the Supreme
Court bench in 1876.
Great enthusiasm is manifested
throughout Florida in view of the antici
pated visit of the President and Mrs.
Cleveland, and several thousand dollars
have been raised at Jacksonville to deco
rate the city and entertain the distinguish,
ed guests. The carriage of Mr. and Mrs.
Cleveland will be a bower ot fragrant
According to a correspondent of the
Boston Courier etiquette does not demand
that a gentleman should take off his hat
in an elevator in which a lady is a pus-
eenger. If such a practice were adopted
he thinks the next thing would w the
adoption of the A&hantc eiit ro which
compels men to go bareheaded contin
uously in the street.
Tije number of Republican PrrFidential
candidates in 'the field has already
readied seventeen, and w till growing.
Up to late it Etands: John Sherman,
Allison, Hawley, Cullom, Sheridan,
Greshaman , Alger, Foraker, Harrison,
Justice Miller, Morton, Hiscock, IX-pew,
Lincoln, Obsby, Evarts, Blair, and
William Walter Phelps.
Levi Hanford of Walton, Delaware
county, N. Y. is dead. He serve 1 in the
war of 1812, and was the ocly veteran
pensioner of that war in 'he -nutity. He
was 94 years old, and was qnito wealthy.
He was bora in New Cauaan, Conn.
He had lived in Walton oer 70 j ears on
one farm which he extended from 20 to
00 acres of valuable land.
The steamship Caracas arrived at New
York Sunday with the distinguished par
ty ot five Venezuelan gentlemen heade I
by Senor Soteldo, who como by direction
of their government to receive and carry
back for interment in his native soil the
body of General Jose Antonio Tear, who
died here fifteen years ago. The remaius
are now in a vanlt of the Marble ceine
tary in New York,
Senator Hiscock's friends have pround
ed the question why ho should not have
as good a chance to obtain tho Presiden
tial nomination as Garfield had in 1SS0,
and to this conundrum it would be dificult
to find an answer. If they can convince
the Republican party that Senator His
cock could carry New York, he will be
come one of the most formidable candi
dates befor the convention.
W&at Is t&is Dissace thai Is Coming
Like a thief at night it steals
in upon us unawares. The pa
tients have pains about the
chest and sides, and sometimes
in the back. They feel dull
;nd sleepy; the mouth has a
bad taste, especially in the
norning. A sort of sticky slime
lollects about the teeth. The
ippetite is poor. There is a
feeling like a heavy load on the
stomach; Bometimesafaint, all
one ensation at the pit of the
-tomach which food does not
satisfy. The eyes are sunken,
the hands and feet become cold
and clammy. After a while a
cough sets in, at first dry, but
after a few months it is attend
ed with a greenish-colored ex
pectoration. The patient feels
tired all the while, and sleep
does not seem to afford any
rest After a time he becomes
nervous, irritable and gloomy,
and has evil forebodings. There
is a giddiness, a sort of whirl
ing sensation in the head when
rising up suddenly. The bow
els become costive; the skin is
dry and hot attime3 ; the blood
becomes thick and stagnant;
the whites of the eyes become
tinged with yellow; the urine
i3 scanty and high colored, de
positing a sediment after stand
ing. There is frequently a
spitting up of the food, some
times with a sour taste and
sometimes with a sweetish
taste; this is frequently at
tended with palpitation of the
heart; the vision becomes im
paired, -with spots before the
eyes; there is a feeling of great
prostration and weakness. All
of these symptoms are in turn
present. Ifc is thought that
nearly one-third of our popu
lation has this disease in some
of its varied forms.
It has been found that phy
sicians have mistaken the cause
of this disease. Some have
treated it for a liver complaint,
others for kidney disease, etc.,
etc., but none of these kinds of
treatment have been attended
vrith Biiccway lor It Is really
constipation and dyspepsia. It
is also found that Shaker Ex
tract of Hoots, or Mother Sei
gel's Curative Syrup, when
properly prepared will remove
this disease Hi all its stages.
Gxro .must be taken, however,
to secure the genuine article.
H WILL BELL BETTOt THAN
Mr. John O. Hemptinstall,
of Ohulafinnee, Cleburn Co.,
Ala., writes: "My wife has
been so much benefited by
Shaker Extract of Hoots or
Seigol's Syrup that she says
she would rather be without
part of her food than without
the medicine. Ifc has done hei
more good than the doctors and
all other medicines put together.
I would ride twenty miles to
get it into tho hands of any suf
ferer if he can get it in no other
way. I believe it will soon sell in
this State better than cotton.
TESTIMONY FR03I TEXAS.
Mrs. S.E. Barton, of Varner,
Ripley Co., Mo., writes that
she had been long afflicted with
dyspepsia and disease of the
urinary organs and was cured
by Shaker Extract of Roots.
Rev. J. J. McGuire, merchant,
of the same place, who sold
Mrs. Barton the medicine, says
he has sold it for four years
and never knew it to fail.
SHE WAS ALMOST DEAD
I was so low with dyspep
sia that there was not a phy
sician to be found who could
.do anything with me. I had
fluttering of the heart and
swimming of the heath One
day I read your pamphlet called
"Life Among the Shakers,"
which described my disease
better than I could myself. I
tried the Shaker Extract of
Roots and kept on -with it until
to-day I rejoice in good health.
Mrs. M. E. Tinsley, Bevier,
Juunlenburg Co., ivy.
For sale by all Druggists, 01
address the proprietor, A J.
White, Limited, 51 Warren
St, New York .
The State Ssnday School Convention
for Oregon, will bo held at Albany on tho
2i'd,23dnnd24thof May. The regular
time of holding would have been in
March, but the executive committee
have thought best to fix the time to
above dates. Representation from 'every
Sunday school in the state is desired, es-
Iecully reports of the Sunday school
work in each county are earnestly re-
quested. All statistical reports should
be sent to ProL Henry Sheak, of Philo-I
Chicago, Feb. . A new departure in
the line of relick-worship has been taken
in this city. The preliminary steps for
the formation of a corporation whose ob
ject is the purchase and removal of the
ftmnas Libby prison, of Richmond, Vs.,
were taken here yesterday. The gentle
men who figure as the commissioners,
and who are instrumental in organizing
and developing the scheme are Messrs.
Wbi. H. Gray, Josiah Miller, Chaa Crat
ty and J. A. Crawford, all Chicago men.
The company will have a capital pf $400,-
000, and it is understood that the stock
has already been applied for. The histo
ry of the enterprise is beet told in the
words of Mr. Gray, to whom is due the
credit for its inception.
"Last November," said he to a repor
ter, "when I was traveling through
Eastern Virginia with Judga Moore, of
Toledo, we met on the road between Old
Point Comfort and Richmond, Colonel
Barnes, a former officer in the Confeder
ate army, and at present engaged in the
business of fruit growing on a large farm
near Richmond. In the course of a con
versation on the events of the war refer
ence was made to old Libby prison, ami
it occurred to mo that it w onld be t good
idea to "purchase the building and trans
port it to Chicago. I took Col. Barnes
into my confidence, and asked him to as
certain if the property could be pur
chased. Shortly after my return I re
ceived a letter from Ranlings & Rose.
real estate dealers in Richmond, stating
that the eld ri-mn wjr now the property
of the Southern Fertilizing company,
and that it could be purchased for f 23-
At my request Mr. J. A. Crawford, the
general superintendent of the Chicago
Towing company, went to Richmond and
looked over the ground and investigated
the possibility of moving the building.
Ha returned full of enthusiasm for the
enterprise. Some further correspondence
witli the real estate firm mentioned, re
sulted in their obtaining for me an op
tion for thirty days on the property.
"The building" continued Mr. Gray, "is
built of red brick, three stories high, and
covered with an old fashioned gable roof.
It fronts Cary 6treet and runs back al
most to the James river, the first story in
the rear being the basement in the front.
fit was built in the good old-fashioned,
substantial manner, which is a distin
guisheding feature of the plain architec
ture of the south, and is as solid to-day
as when erected oer fifty years ago.
It contains aboil' C00.000 bricks, atone
cips'and sills, and is surrounded os three
sides by a stone sidewalk. I have con
sulted with Buraaam & Root, the archi
tects, and they inform me that it can be
taken down, removed to this city, and
rebuilt just as it now stands in Rich
"wii. v.'o, ii..i me company, pro
pose to number every brick, stone and
shingle. Tho building will be tpkn
down in sections, the material will be
boxed up and transported by rail to Chi
cago. We will carefully draw avar, nail
that has net rusted away ; we will grind
up the mortar and use it as far as possi
ble in the rebuilding. Every beam,
joist, door and window will be set in
"What will the enterprise cost?"
"Somen here abo-it M 000 W will
surround it with another building C00 -y
150 feet, with a glass roof, and on the
wall opposite the rear of the prison we
will have painted a panoramic view of
the James river and the country beyond.
"Whore do yon intend to place it7"
"We have not yet determined. Some
of the exposition people favor tearing
down the conservatory at the south end
of their building and giving us a site
there I am informed that up to two
years ago, when the property came into
the hands of the Southern Fertilizing
company, the Richmond authorities had
to keep a guard around it to ward off the
relic hunters, who would have pickd it
to pieces. I have been informed that
some of the Richmond people may kiik,
but it will do them no good."
Josiah Crattv, one f -.Lf in"orpr.t,rs
in t Iking of the achem said: "It
should be nn V-v. that there is no
idea of waving the 'bloody shirt' in this;
it is simply a 'm-ness speculation for
what there is in it."
ity Phyician (in npper win
dow) Who's th.it? I can't go out in the
middle of a night like this, even to tave
Stranger I hear you've got a corner
lot for sale, and I want to see it.
Thysician- stay right where you are.
I'll be down in a minute. New York Sim.
Jailor Tallman, of Redwood City, Cal.,
died from injuries received from four
tramps vho broke jail.
The inspectors of boilers will examine
the causes of the Vallejo explosion which
resnltod in so many deaths. They will
"lock the barn door after the horse are
Five hundred and thirty pounds of
chewing gum was unloaded from a
steamer at Portland Monday. Roughly
estimated it would make about 35,000
monthfuls for the average school girl.
JACKSONVILLE RETAIL MARKET
Flour, per thousand Iba 118.00
Wheat, per bushel 50
Mill Feed, per ton. . ,
Hay, wheat or timothy, per ton .
Egg?, per dozen
Butter, per 'lb
Potatoes, per lb .
Cornmeal, per 100 lbs
Lard, per lb in tins
Ham and Bacon
Dried Apples, per lb 05
- -i-iums, - io
v Pears, " 10
" Peaches," 10
In giving the market price of any article
we cannot be responsible for fluctatioa in
ajrjidi market Mce tfete.
A FEW POINTS
From a Thousand Facts.
It Is A Faot That all patients within
reach have renewed tlicr testimony to
St. Jacobs Oil: in almost every in
stalled it has effected a runuaneut cure.
It Is A Fact -That St. Jacobs Oil is not
on'y a rthef, nor merely a remedy ; it
is, in one word, a cure. It soctl.es anil
Bubdr.es, heals and lures and literally
lt l A Fact That St. Jacobs Oil in its
effects is permanently curative to the
whole group of muscular rai.eries and
nervous agonies. It curt and stays
It 1$ A Fact Thr.t every constituent of
the formula of St. Ja.l O.I exerts
rpecilie action in ;e mire of w!u. Kot
tin element of itwuaid be disapproved
- by an intelligent ply .in.
It Is A F2Ct TimtSt. Jacobs Oil pene
trans nii". fiinb tins jvan ol, linM on
"" audr.3. It jnbdutsea.-ilv, itsoutlies
iifUiidy. it cures perniRr.rntly. It is
the must xehsble mm eiivuleit.
It Is A FECt Tli.it of the millions of
St. Ja!U:l sil-7iiy hou'e 'Wains
-ta cur-, ivcry apjiheatwu .ivts reuf;
J ei! tottle ftux! as to jr J.ty , evuy
bottic boars the ttmi's bimuurc.
tr Is A Fact-That SLMarohs Oil is
known the world over every teti
ruo.i'al is true ; cverv uiK-nt w a-mucd
wli-n cured ; every druai'st aud cbiiu
bt knows its irtuex.
It Is A Fact. Tint St. Jambs Oil can
be ajolkd oen by a child, mid ns the
Ust lor man or li-iet, it will suudue
ehrcuic or acute pain in any form.
SM by Drvssult and JaiJcri ryKfre.
Tli CharlM A.VoKelerCo., llalto.,Md.
TtEMtDY Bid Nl'UVl.
TONIO cares Wl.tJ UQ-
xiiui? cert mty jcrv
ous and Physical Debil
ity. Yitil EibarjtUm,
v caVjiess. PremMnre
Dcclbe, Organic Weak
ness, rroauuus, Beitcl
nee tiuoftnairssot aian.
PROVE THE KEfl
ITSCF THIS, THE
ANY 0NC APPLY.
ING BY LETTER,
TOMS AND AGE.
uwui nunc if nuiii
catca and from wliatever
Is tho only remedy that
all Involuntary ealcen
lig; Ixroes, Drains upon
tho system, nlgli t or day,
l.owcver they occur, and
of thrr nbovoAnd manr
(other Nervous. Debllf-
Ions, and from which
TIIOTJSA2T D3 OF MEN
ccITer unaware ot the
LETTER On AT
Alau lues ALT, TTMneTT nnd TtliuMpT. fVTy,-
plaints ItlpDrMcatf thelllood.Dlse&sesof tho
bkln, Ilrples, 1 -rcptio-is, etc.
to arry vMitps secure fmtn r-h-ctt ution and
DR.C. D. SALF1ELD,
SIC IZtrniy M San rrancitco, Cat.
The mjjj who maile the cowardly a?
sault on Geqrje Hv de Tr o no yonn
attorney a Seattle, on the night of Jaan
ary ISth, has been trackpd tlovn. H
was arrested atjFuoblo, Colorado.the oth
crday:jnl pi res his name asTtiomai
Goodwina Offlcera are quile sure ho li
the man fviastcd. Goodwin's record i
not a fair ne. He herved tire j-care in
the penitentiary here, and was only re
leased en, .November lf, 13j7 11- a
native cLBsnngylvania, thirty years old,
stands 5 feet, 4 inchts in height, ami
weight 1 i pounds. He has a dark com
plexion, wi k hair and eyes of brown
Some of tbe marks which distinguished
him were in Indian ink dot on the back
of the lelt tand and one on the right fore
arm. The-'cowardly assault he made
upon Erosion will hs remembered l
readers V.fihls piper Ex.
Mayor Kelly of Wechank.'. N -'
addilios o the 1 r
tie inst .-ctorship, WW.- -Ivt'.-k 1
city ofii'es. '
The Chicago, Qniney, &. Ecrhr.g on .u
danger of a tie-up by a 'rike 01 he eaj;i
neers anJ fireman. 1
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER
TO ..14. WAHTiao EMrLOYKtKT
We wantliye, energetic agents in ev
county in tw United dtates and Canada
fcell a patfnt article of jrre.u merit, nx
striiTS Vn article havinc; a larpe ?ale pay
ing ever llO per rent, profit, h. 'in nocorii
petition, aiul on which the agent it pro
tected in Vie exeluive sale by a deed p.v n
for each and every county he may set ure I
from us Viih all these advantages to our '
agents, anc the fact that it is an article that
can be sold tQe cry houe owner, it might
not be ne -essary to make "Of et.teao&di
nuiy on E!' to secure good ajrents at onee
but we nay- concluded tojnake it "o how
not only pyV conEa.nre in the merits of our
invention, 'nit its salibiliiyby any agtn.
that will h.,ndle it wiJienirflr. Ourctnt
now at w.rk are making $t."0 to ?3U).i
month clearjand this fact in ike it safe fi r
us to make our.ofier to all who are out if
employment. Any agent that ill give our
business a nsrry day's trial and f.iil to clear
at least $1( in this time, aeove ail ex
rESSES.can return all goods unsold tons
and we wil'i refund the money paid for
them. No inch employer of agents ever
dared to mate such offers nor would we if
we did not lnow that we have agents now
making mere thnn double this amount
Our large dscriplive circulars explain our
offer fully, slid these we wish to t.end to
everyone out of employment who will send
ns three one cent stamps fcr postsge. Send
at once and secure the agency in time for
the boom, r.nd o to work on the terms
named in onr extraordinary ofler
Address, at i nee, Natiosal Noveltt Co
614 Smithfield SL, Pittsburgh, Ta.
HOW ACCOMTIJsHjnj trf U!lr0.otiWkao.
EBa4 jaip tUEEK EFM-COoHMeaSaloaJ.T.
EHSIAti BLOOM, ute:r!dsSu3
Ufier, Sain Oira and Hlisiaa radlemtor kamu
leansea and btantttM tli fa.fy
Never Fails to Restore Gray
:Cares&ealp dfafaaeaand hair r.nty
vc ! I'vwun
S3 KtVt T8f!f C remores all cofiseqtteaces ot
vfmto. Cor witnM ot miad ad body; 5tog
Dbmty. aplnjq Ejfaacrttoa, lot Vanhooi.. A
U ttT H B O It E A T
. Do yon feel dull, languid, lowpirited. lire
less, and Indescribably miserable, both physi- 1
call? and mentailr: eDerience a senses of
t ullnesa or bloating after eating1, or ot gone
ness," or emptiness of stomach In tho morn
injr. tongue coated, bitter or bad taste In
mouth. Irregular appetite, dkziaco, frequent
headaches, blurred eyesight, floating specks "
before the eyes, ncrvou3 prostration or ex
haustion, irritability ot temper, hot Bushes,
alternating with chilly sensations, sharp,
biting, transient pains here and there, cold
feet, drowsiness after meals; wakefulness, or
disturbed and unrctrefshlag sleep, constant.
Indescribable feeling- ot dread, or of Impend.
If you have all, or any consideraMo number
of these symptoms, yon are suffering from
that most common of American maladies
Bilious Dyspepsia, or Torpid liver, associated
With Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. The more
complicated your diseaao has become, the
greater tho number and diversity of symp
toms. No matter what xrace It has reached.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Siceo very
will subdue it, if taLcn according to direc
tions for a reasonable length ot time. If not
cured, complications multiply and Cor.sump
tlonof the Lunes, Skin Diseases, Heart Disease,
Rheumatism, Kidney Disease, or other grave
maladies are quito liable to set in and, sooner
or later. Induce a fatal termination.
Br. Pierce's Uoldeti IHedlcal Sis
covery acts potverf ully upon tho Liver, and
through that great blood-purlfylng onran,
cleanses the system ot all blood-taints and Im
purities, from whatever cause arisicg. It Is
equally efflcaclous In acting upon ths Kid
neys, and other excretory organs, cleansing,
strengthening, and healing their dlscsses. As
an appetizing, rcstoratho tonic, it promotes
digestion and nutrition, thereby buUdinir up
both tlesb and strength. In malarial districts.
this wonaerrui meatcine nas galneM great
celebrity in curing Fever and Ague, Chills and
Fever, numb Ague, and kindred dreows.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Uli.
CURES ALL UmiQRS,
from n. common Tilotch. or TrUDtlon. to tha
worst Scrofula. Salt-rheum, "Fever-sores,"
Scaly or Uough Skin, In short, all diseases
caused by bad blood ars conquered by this
powerful, purifying, and iavitroratin? medi
cine. Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under
Its benkrn influence. Especially has it mani
fested iu potency in curing Tetter, Eczema,
Erysipelas, B0H3. Carbuncles. Sore Eyes. Scrof
ulous Sores and Swellings, Hip-Joint Disease.
"White Swellings," Goitre, or Thic.'t Neck.
and Enlarged Glands. Send ten cents In
stamps for a larcro Treatise, with colored
plates, on Skin Diseases, or tho same amount
for a Treatise on bcrofulous ACection3.
"FOHTKS BLQOS JSTHE L3FS."
Thoroughly clennso it by nsin? Dr. Pierce's
Goldcu Medical Discovery, end good
diirestion. a fair skin. bnovat SDlrits. vitnl
strength and bodily health will tx established.
which Is Scrof nla of the Xitmga, Is arrested
and cured by this remedy, if taken in the
earlier stages of tho disease. From its mar
velous power over this terribly fatal dlacaae,
when first offering this now world-famed rem
edy to the public Dr. Pierce thought seriously
of calling it hi3 "Coxstciraos Cube.' but
abandoned that name as too restrictive for
a medicine which, from its wonderful com'
bination ot tonic, or strengthening, alterative,
or blood-cleansing, anti-bilious, pectoral, and
nutritive properties, is unequalcd. not onlv
as a remedy for Consumption, but for all
Chronic Diseases of tho
Liver, Blood, and Lungs.
For 'Weak Lungs, Soittlng of Blood. Short
ness of Breath, Chronto Nasal Catarrh, Bron
chitis, Asthma, Severe Coughs, and kindred
affections, it is an efficient remedy.
Sold by Druggists, at $1X0, or Six Bottles
t5Send ten cents in stampsforDr.PIorce's
book on Consumption. Address,
World's BI:?53Soi7 8kdie! flssMhilsa,
693 33ila St, BCITAI.O, H. Y.
tit: staff of L-nji
THE BOGUE RIVER
HAVnar nyensrLY been rk
litfKl n'llli all miylern imprrrvpftipnN.
arongw tuT.img i-:it a fiwl-clasw artirtf of
ftnur.wlfieh la put uj in one-fourth barrel
vicks.sr.d every furx U warranted to "on-
lain-MlmrrtW of flour. If ou don't be
lieve llui, jiift eompore n nclc of cur fionr
with any other bnnd offered for sale in this
liiark.-i. and nut the diffeKnce in weight.
Flour and ilill-Feed
Constantly on hand and cxhanged for
Hating added a set of Barley Rollers to
my mill, I have set apart every Saturday" Io
Roll Barley for customer". The work will
be dune on short notice, so that parties can
return with their grist the .ime day. I am
prepared to roil b:,rley atall times and in the
best manner. This process is fa f ahead of the
1 rusher. G KAREWbKI.
-'.ti-k-onville. Sept 22, 1883.
The West Shore Is the onlj lllntrated tasga
Zlne rrabLshcil on the Tadflc coast, and asida
from its excellent lite-ary features, its object i
to convey information, by both pen and pencil.
of the great resources of this legion, and tha
process of their development.
Special iBojtratcd articles appear m each
Issue ; al?o, several pases of notes of the pro
cress banj made In every section. Oregon,
WaViinzton, Idaho, Mcctana, AUska, Utah,
California, British Colnmbia. and the Pacific
Northwest in ceneral, are bore ffintrated.
The subscription price I only Uf. It Is not
only the eheapest Ulnstrated magazine in tho
United States, but contains articles and en
rraTinsi of smt Interest to every resident of
this rcrion, which can not be found is any
Subscribers for 1SRH leeelre a laie nipple
ment trerr month. Tt flrst one la a beaaU
f al oleograph of tha " Entrance to the Colnm
bia Rlrcr, printed in nine colors, and each
of the others represents some feature of onr
snMime scenery, Tho supplements are alone
worth more than the price or the magazine.
Try it for 11-8, and after rracirc, semi it to
your friends cltcwhers. Yoa will find it botlr
sntcrtaialns and instructive.
L. SAMUEL, rjbi&her,
171-173 Second St, Foil aid, Orecoo,
SILAS J. DAY,
Notary Public, Real Estate Agent.
Abstracts made of Titles to Lands.
Of all bads drawn np especially pertaining
to the settlement of estates;
Collector of Accounts Prompt
Investment Securities a SpccLilityv JJack
son county & tipt Konght and Sold.
I have a complete set oj Maps of Surveyed
Lands in thisciuntv, and receive Abstracts
monthly from Itostburgof all new entries
made. I am thus prepared, to mjkeout
Homestead and Pre-emption papers, and
can thus save to parties the expense of a
triptoltoseburc Land Office.
Several line farms arc in my hands for
Frompt reply made to all letters.
Charges in accordance with the times.
Refers, by pennission, to C C llcekram,
Kan.. BanVer; to Hon. L.R 'Webster, Judge
of this judicial district, and to any business
honse in Jacksonville.
Office atsoath-east corner of California
and 5th street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
SILAS J. DAT,
DR. J. HajSTSIiS,
Real Estate Agent,
Central Print, Oregon.
T AM PERSONALLY ACQUAINTED
JL with all the desirable farms in Jack
son and Josephine counties. My medi a
practice reqoires me to ride throngh a cir
cuit havintr a radius of from ono to eighty
miles, anil I will be pleased to carry wiih mv
own team and without charge all who Wish
to purchase land. Any person wishing a
fruit or agricultural farm, of any person
having a farm for sale, will do well to r.ll
at my ottu-e and arrange with me. ilj
charges will be moderate.
OUics at Central Point, Jackson Co., Or.
Malaria, Dumb Ciiills,
Fever and Agns, Wind
Colic, Bilious Attacks.
They produce rcsnrtar, natural cvac
nation.neerc'i?erlts;fcTewlt!a (tally business. As n family medlcluo,
llity sliauIU be In every housetjold-r
SOJJ HVEKYVTHiaaS. V
The leadinp RetniMiean 2ftwsnter of the
conn rv The most f pulur family weekly,
with the target ami widest 1 uvulatiuii.
The manager of the Blade have at a grent
expense exuiuleil their f.i itUtes for tin
lurjK'-eof meeting the x:rrrtttt)iry d
niur.di of the iimpaipnTfnr. In lt .Ik
Bi vdk had iOO.000 urM-riri- In t i
will lie prepared in im i-t pti'mt' thi d
m.tnd-iof 500000 aub-ir her-1 ' ht I.
I iri e of
j The Bi M'i pl.t- uttre rtadin- 1 ' d
! I tu ci'l- end lattr mw- 'h.iu nv it
1 mi ditor. It i the inlv p. jr 'a' 1
iiht the wortil-r.nc wued
It is the larsrt dvlL.r (Mjier pi LU i
and it dzrurtment so a rful!yn!i'l hit
iuc.11 not help but interest ei K member uf
eiry f.imily. In fact (he Biapr
Has 2vot an Eqxtal.
A .'iHrinien ii-pv will teH mcr ibsn ve
enn K'vein thU aiKrr.i eiutnt We ihr
fore invite eTcnixKly to Ard h'ir mlil-x -on
a postal tanl for j .p-iientopy. & 1 !
thp address of all jour friend at ihea.i...
COTIDXTIAI. TO AOESTd
Fcr ilr.b-i we tln-i year pov thr larpe--cah
ronimLion for new m h'eric it t
we hae eer o:ii.1 hy any pat Ys'ri e -furouri'iiflileniuil
.erm, t ftni' !
cj-i.r to ra.. a 1 lu! f r h? Bl ns .luti f. 1
anyulhtrpuM:-nttft imlsna jtcim
1 un earn ' 00 to ?. W in - b in .he u mi
we otter fcnujle "ut . Ur wid rem:1 1 1 e
dillar for cneyeiir 1 virll 'tirite-1 .0
sind for free si e- iiih 11 n ii ll ti agtuf.
OfSonthtrnOrc?.m ars henby lirf.mgt
thaiinsddidontoalaryeanlelitntSne 1 1
MTT iTIaXia -&Larg.3T
I have atlded to w tok ttft n4Jw:i
claas of goods, of whk-h I have a fvil lift .
Roth Knit anal Slulin.
INFANT'S WARDROBE COiIPtXTTy
As cheay as to hi bought any pUte; al
a complete line of
Children's Short Cletnes,
Under four years old.
Alicantifnl line ot
Consisting of Lisle and Silkj
G-loves, Corsets, Hand
Vnd many other articles to numerous ti
jinntion. MRS. P. P. PUI I,
3-2U-S7. Jmkdonullc, Oregon.
HOHT02? : KSSirSST'S
( Iways pives sati'facticn. Simple, strong
O. and durable in all par's. Solid ttroupht
iron crankshaft with donble bcarinps for
the crank to work in. all tamed and ran in
adjusUcle bsbirted buses.
Vtfrj no cone fprinjrs. of (prints ot any
kind. KoUttlerod-s. joints. levers, ct any
thins of the kind to pet out vt order, assurh
things do. Mills in use 5 to 12 years In pood,
order now, that Have never ccst a cent for
Havinir secured the ajency for the ES
TERrKISsE WISD-MILU I offer Iheru for
sale. A ten-foot wheal K5; a twelve-foot
wheel $75. Freight to be added. Hand in
MIss 1 E
aWgs trrf7slf si?Tr
Is the Best.
EfraisA 1. -kS
Stitches, Hoof All,
Sores, SaidUd f
THIS COOD OLD S7AHD-BY
accomplUhos for aTtrjIxxty axaetty what hi I
for it. Oae of tho reasons for therreat pari: - ,
tho atusUns liniment Is found la Its oul
The Innbemiaatr UaittacaMOfa-'
The Ileuaevrlfe nesU n for senenlruMi
TbeCaaaler needs It far ala teams and IlI
The Mechanic MU It alwajs ua a;
The Farmer nwSa It ia hla touM. an - 1
and hit stock yard.
The Steamboat mo or ths Tlaatunn
It is uaeniBityaaaataataaaee.
The norso-fXaaier sU It- U la I.
friend aad safe: raOaBee.
The bteoSt-iravfeia'- "It wl" -theaanataXdcDariaadao
The Rnllreaulni.aii - v
loa aa ala nf ti a r- m 1 .
The atackwa!-!- io r t
JnglUe It a aa a - ' '-a
The 4rca.t "
his aploj-. A. 1 - a
tbaeawmatlif ..1 . ' nra
KeenliJlla'.ijc x.i . ". - -ecanoay.
KeeaBotttIatlirar err. a .
melacaaaIi'.':s,'" -a at
Ke? o Etlo ivr rata
pnMa at mem
F1 l w Jl
k Annn. - co
ft ftoti Vortmo ecu
brt of 3 a
1 -. travt-mAj, e -
r liV l'niii SLktM,avp J
, for pui t
to obtaia pafeDti m
VlK CASMnO, innt.
toe ( aneiaawi tia w aUnHiaW? ciwctw
rrttnon niri iH i.li.m x arm? GC
la th Pueat UfT un f m no. .. V
rsorojal4d. iiacjiart, uirvaatIaaoC
Or UraVWantfaa. AU?IO OJ KUilt LTTW
PaltnUohtfttQiltUroirh ti tCo &rotleat
Ulb SCIEVTIFIC AlXSfUCAaV.vhlobaUs
the Ust eireuUuoQ aiul Is th not. inSaa .-
tibnr of iu kind taUht ia tH wtHL
Tit Ktfaucta ci aoa . ftauaT(Vs ptat
Thi Urm ttJ riujivi ntaYala w-?p
I pa&h.v4 WtiXXmt SKJM ywr. ad
snwfctni. hT'"v aj iftietXax -vvrtM Mil
lisbed ia c ca "trr '$ nUftJlatiAmi f
tlpaiUmi t'ef ip .tica lUntl
th iNt Try - ( iar laoutiu tzt ftao dolUr.
II joa b&T in 1 iTntun to pUut wnU ta
l!an Jk Co.. whir r si ScinuJo Ahmhca
Sit Brodwa,. Sr "V rX
lUndUoiraDtjul paiuu miild ctm.
uI0f?0 Ff. ,
5n S-r ifferm. R01 lpkj
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KT HOE5EW5JG MirXKSE at!?fiEJlASS:
cmcaso -30tBIC52UAHE,fCt:- Bi.
st: LOiMS.ua. CgSpsrsct;atiil
1. 1. ) As J m i jnvdltf, Oregon.
POSTAGE PA1I BY US. TRYTHSJ6
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ST. aLSJ&TS ACADEMY
The Sisters sf the Holy fame..
THKehoh,ic year of thb school will'
corenteeee 'Iiuottheenilof Ausust, and is
lUcnied hi foar nscians, of eleven weeks
Rini atxf roiltn. per ternw.
I!ed and iwMiuj
bHLECT DAY SCHOOL:
Primary, per term .. .
Junior, " ....
Pupils received at any time, and special
attention is paid toparticularatnilieslDW
half of children who have limited tint. Jft
-iiculars aprly at the Acafcuy
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