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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1872
S. F. CHAPIN, M. D
THE NEIV TARIFF.
GOOSE LAKE VALLEÏ
GKEAT MEN’S WIVES
FACTS FOR WORKING MEN.
It is the settled opinion of all observing
Milton married the daughter of a coun
From the Salem Statesman of April
that the office-holding portion of the
try-squire, but lived with her but a short
F irst J cmcial D istrict .—Circuit Judge, T.
with the tariff, at Washington, and a 23d, we take the following:
faction have become bolder, more
time. He was an austere, exacting, liter
P. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, H. K. Hanna.
nice tinker they have made of it. They
and unscrupulous in their plun
•T ocj G o / i County— Circuit Court, Second Monday
are determined to favor the richand make who for some time past has been engaged ary recluse, while she was a rosy, romj)- dering of the people, every year since they
in February and November. County Court, first
ing country lass, that could not endure
Nonday in each month.
Office and rc.’Llcnce at Ryan’s brick build the poor pay the “fifteen and a halt mil in teaching school in Goose Lake Valley. the restraint imposed upon her, so they came into power. But let us suppose that
lions per month of the public debt,” of He has been twenty-two days on the
ing, Third street between California and .Main.
they are no worce than they were five
County Ojteer*— Judge, L. J. C. I'uncan ;
which they boast so much. On cotton road, and during his journey crossed separated. Subsequently, however, they years ago, when they yet retained a tri
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel ;
cloth, such as poor jieople use for sheets, mountain ranges where the snow was returned and they lived tolerably happy. fle of their original honesty ; still their
Deputy Sheriff, E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer. John
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were
shirts and dresses, the tarifl’is tiro cents from four to five feet in depth. He says
Neubcr : Assessor, David Kedpath ; County Com
and about the only example in crimes are great enough to make every
per year ; if bleached or colored prints, that serious trouble is apprehended with
honest man determine to hurl them from
missioners, John S. Henin, Thomas Wright ;
PHYSICIAN & SURCEON,
such as calicoes for dresses, two and a the Modoc tribe of Indians. They num the long line of English monarchs where the places they are abusing.
School Superintendent, Wm. M. Turner ; Survey
or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner, L. Ganung.
More than four years ago, Hon. Free
O G- JNT half cents per yard, and ten per cent, on ber about ninety warriors, under the served and sincere affection existed.
Clarke, late Comptroller of the Treas
Jac>c»on<c<He Precinct.—Justice of the Peace,
Shakspeare loved and wed a farmer’s :
rule, about one-fourth of the value, or They have now been off the reservation
a letter to Senator Mdrgan, dated
James R. Wade ; Constable, N. Stephenson.
twenty-live per cent, on the cost. On about three years, and have been hereto I daughter. She was faithful to her vows, December 24,1867, said : The honest tax
Town of Janitonrillt.— Trustees, Janies A. Wil
but could hardly say the same of tiro
■?»?!“ Office at the form i»r millinery store of the spool thread, to make up such goods, we fore peaceably disposed and have com
sen, N. Fisher, H. V. Helms, John Bilger and
bard himself. Like most of the payers are now paying upon a basis of
4 6 m3
are to pay five cents per dozen, and twen mitted no serious ravages. But during
David Linn ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ; Treas
he showed too little discrim revenue of about $900,000,000 per annum,
urer, Henry Pa^e : Marshal, Jatnos P. McDaniel;
ty-four per cent, on its value, making thu last few months they have troubled !
while not more than half that sum finds
Street Corumissitner, Peter Boschey.
about thirty per cent. On sacks, such as the old settlers by stealing cattle and ination in bestowing his affections on its way into the Treasury. Statistics of
farmers use for bagging their wheat, horses, and committing other depreda the Byron
married Miss Milbank to get the manufactures, productions, etc., of
County Offittr*.— Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
they pay thirty per cent. But diamonds tions and causing considerable trouble.
I the country will prove that if the tax to
kept ox the 8VR0PBAX plan ,)
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk, Charles Hughes : Asses-
are//vc. The enormity of this injustice Lately it lias been considered advisable money to pay his debts. It turned out a which they were subjected were fairly
•or, R. E. Foley ; Treasurer, Wm. Naueke;
can hardly be realized without examina t«j again place them on the reservation.
Corner of Stark and Front Streets,
Benjamin Franklin married the girl I collected, and the same rule applied to
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson. 11. Wood-
our custom duties, the income or reve
cock; School Superintendent, R. R. Middles-
A man with a family of children wants return on peaceable terms, but this they wjio stood in her lather’s door laughing nue would amount to about the sum nam
him as he wandered through the streets
three hundred dollars’ worth of cotton refused fo do, having an aversion to the at
Juttpliue County.— Circuit Court, 2d Monday
Avith rolls under his arms, ed above—$900,000,000. And Special
ZIEH ER <£• HOLTON, PROPRIETORS.
goods for his special use, blit he cannot Klamath tribe already stationed there. his pockets filled
CommiMiioner Wells, in his report for
in April and Fourth AL-n lay in October. County
with dirty clothes.
purchase them without paying about one Measures are now being taken to enforce
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
1868, page 24, says: “The Commissioner
hundred dollars more to the Government their return, but as the military forces at two children. It is enough to say she in both of his previous reports has given
in the way of tariff A farmer wants both Camps Warner and Klamath are
worthy of him, and lived as married as his opinion and adduced facts to sup
three hundred and fifty dollars' worth of very small, a serious time is feared, and was
port the same, that not over 50 per cent,
should—in perfect harmony.
Cal. Street, (two doors west of Sachs Bros.)
sacks for his grain. If there was no tariff as the fugitive tribe is well armed and folks
the amount of the assessed internal
Adams married the daughter of
on them, they would cost him that sum, determined to make a strong resistance, a John
taxes is received into the Nation
Presbyterian clergyman. Her father
but lie must pay another one hundred the inhabitants are growing somewhat •objected
JACKSONVILLE LODGE No 10
and fifty to the Government, so that the fearful. But strong hopes are entertain
Now add to these astounding facts,
HENRY PAPE, Radicals may make political capital by ed that all may yet be amicably settled. i lawyer; he had a bad opinion of tiro “which nobody will deny,” the interest
old ? its regular meetings ON
monthly payments of the public debt. It Mr. Dyar will start for Klamath Monday ; morals of the profession.
everv Saturday evening at the Odd Fallows’
John Howard, the great philanthropist, ing calculation made by the late.editor
Hall. Brothers in good standing uro invited to rtllOICE CIGARS AND LIQUORS CON- is estimated we shall have this year a next, to take charge of the reservation, married his nurse. She was altogether of the Rochester Union, and the working
product of sixty millions of bushels in
NEWMAN FISHER, N. G.
stantlv on lian I. Tho rea ting-table is also grain for export. If so, it will require at and lie will no doubt straigthen things beneath him in social life and intellectu man will see what it costs to uphold the
ISAAC SACHS, R. Secy.
out. The past Winter has been a severe
well supplied with Eastern periodicals and leading
least thirty millions of sacks. i^ty they one, and scarcity of provisions have no al capacity, and, besides this, was fifty-
Regular Rebekah Degree meeting, lest Monday papers of the Coast.
The public debt is, say $2,500,000,000.
are worth twelve and a half cents each, doubt caused the outbreak. Mr. Martin two yea,*“ old, while he was but twenty- The average price per day for unskilled
•lght of each month, at 7 J o’clock p.*m.
the cost of the sacks will be $3,750,000, reports Goose Lake Valley a great graz five. * 1 I*y would not take “No” for an an labor in this country, when the currency
THROUGH TICKETS. 12) CENTS.
and the amount of tari11 we shall pay the ing country. About 20,000 cattle have swer, and they were married and lived was in sound condition, taking the whole
Oregonian, Pocahontas, Tribe No. 1, Im
Government will be one million, one hun been kept in the valley during the past I happily together until her death, which year in account, vas about $1. Calling
proved Order of Red Men,
occurred years afterward.
dred and twenty-five thousand dollars.
winter, and are looking remarkably well
OLD their stated councils at Odd Fellows’ Hall,
Peter the Great, of Russia, married a from twenty to sixty years uf age the ef
fective period of man, and taking tho
tho third suu in each seven suns, at the Sth
for poor men—men who work hard for a been obliged to feed them for several peasant girl. She made an excellent wife English census returns for authority for
run. A cordial invitation to all brothers in good
Agricultural Warehouie .1 General
living—who from morning until night weeks, owing to the#ileep snow on their and a sagacious Empress.
D. CRONEMILLER, S.
It is not generally known that Andrew the fact that one-half the number of men
Jox. H. H yzkr , C. of R.
toil and sweat to support their wives and grazing grounds.”
Jackson married a lady whose husband who reach 20 years live to be CO, (in Eng
children : while a thousand rich men may
was still living. She was an uneducated land 54.60 per cent.; here the average is
i purchase a million of dollars in diamonds
H ell ,—There is something plausible bat amiable woman, and devotedly at something less,) we have the principal
FOR FARMERS, MINERS, MILLMEN, ¿c ¡without paying a cent of tariff’for the after all in the doctrine of the spiritual tached to the old warrior and statesman. data for an interesting calculation. On
support of Government. Is it any won- ists that the real torment of the future
John (’. Calhoun married his cousin, this basis, 20 years constitute the average
working life of all men who attain adult
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
DR. L. DANFORTH,
¡their own administration? Is it any hell, but in still hanging round in spirit and their children, fortunately, were age. The average number of days’ work
Hardware. Portable Engines, Mills, ¡wonder that such men as Trumbull,
diseased nor idiotic, but they did
from the scenes which one has left, and neither
the character of the great per man, allowing for casualties, weath
AGllICUL TUBAL IMPLEMENTS, i Schurz, Greeley and others should seek teeing how things goon after one’s death.
er, sickness, holidays, etc., is estimated
Wood working an I Iron-working Machinery, for reformation in their own ranks? Or, It must be heli for the spirit of a dead “State Rights” advocate.
b'dwani Lytton Bulwer, tho English at 250 a year. The annual charge for in
AS permanently located on the Fort Lane
Miners’, Engineers’ and Mechanics’
rather, is it not a wonder that tho people mining speculator to see the stock go up
Ranch, two miles north of Willow Springs,
statesman and novelist, married a girl terest on our debt is officially stated in
Tools, Mill Supplies, etc., etc.
round numbers at $130,000,000. On th®
nnl offers bis profe»;i mal services to tho people of
At the ) Cor. Market and Fremont Sts.
I in political revolution long ago? To talk of a thousand. Isn’t it hell for a miser much his inferior in position and got a authority of Messrs. Clarke and Wells,
Jaokson and Josephine counties.
Old Stand, j [7ra3]
SAN FRANCISCO. j of disbanding the Democratic party with
to see all his savings squandered? For a shrew for a wife.
add an equal sum for frauds and cost of
such fai ts before us is highly concentra husband to see his wife, who swore sho
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
collection, and we have $260,000,000 a
C olored M en M ade W hite .—A year. This sum, on the basis of the above
ted nonsense.-r/S'. /•’. E.rumincr.
I loved him so fondly, flirt at his funeral
co—On I=»ixxo street
with the young fellow whom he kicked Tennessee philanthropist has invented figures, is equivalent to the same number
L ion -T aming .—Whatever is the rea out of his house ? For a smart business a process which is warranted to trans of days’ work, and taking 5,000 days at
Opposite t be O1<1
son, the forest lions are more intelligent like spirit to see his late partner miss form the veriest son of Africa into an the average total working days of the la
and teachable than those bred in confine chance after chance of making his pile? unmistakable (’aucasian. The candidate boring man, (20 years of the 250 working
ment. The lion-tamer begins by taking For a mining spirit to sec his fellows will first be subjected to a bath of akaline days each,) and the sum is equivalent to
the feeding of them into his own hands, miming adrift in the wrong way ? Well, water. Having been well cleansed, he is the life Mages of 52,000 men I In other
so gets them to know him. He com we shall knowhow it is ourselves some placed in a room where a reliable ther words, the lives of 26,000 men are sacri
mometer indicates 120 degrees of Fah ficed every year to pay the stealings alone
mences feeding them from the outside of day.— Oiryhet Avalanche.
renheit. After fifteen minutes’ baking, of Grant’s army of office-holders! Work
’ AM SELLING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
DR. W. JACKSON,
of Saddles and Harnes-i cheaper than ever was at a time, always keeping his face to the
D emocratic N ational C ommittee . the partially cooked victim is conducted ingmen, how do you like the figures?
offered before in Jacksonville. “Seeing is bcliev- animal
and avoid! ng any violence, which —A meetingof this body, says tho E-am- to a bath of chlorine water, at the ordi
ing.” Give me a call before purchasing eisc- is a mistake, whenever it can be avoided, /’ncr,will be held in New York, Wednes nary temperature. The heat has opened
T he P roper A ge to M arry .—“Peo-
LL styles of pinta w<>rk made—such as where.
as it arouses the dormant evil in the day, May 8th. The object is to fix the all the pores, so that the chlorine flows plo about to marry” who wish to know
Gold, s Silver, Platina. Alumnium and Rub
beast. Getting to handle the lion, the time and place for assembling tlie Na in and reaches the coloring matter. To the proper age,'are referred to the follow
ber plates. Special attention given to Children's
tamer begins by stroking down the back, tional Democratic Convention. The Cin keep it in, the pores must be closed. To ing precedents : Adam and Eve, 0 ; Shak-
teeth. Ether Sprav used in extracting.
AVill visit Ashland on the 1st <>f March annually ; done with neatness and dispatch.
gradually working up to the head, which, cinnali Convention will precede it. and close the pores, the subject must be in speare, 18; Ben Johnson, 21 ; Franklin,
JERRY NUN AN
also Kerbyville on tho 4th Monday in October.
like the cat, likes friction, begins to rub as we know what will transpire at the troduced into an ice-cellar, where he 24 ; Mozart, 25 ; Dante, Kepler, Fuller,
Call and examine specimen work.
Tillis head against his hand. When this Philadelphia Convention, the Democracy spends ten minutes in absolute agony, Johnson, Burke, Scott, 26 ; Tycho Brahe,
Office cor. Cal. <fc 5th street; residence opposite
1 familiarity is well established, a board is will at once take measures to inaugurate but relative bliss ; for the next step is to Byron, Washington and Bonaparte, 27 ;
handed to the trainer, which he places a vigorous campaign. Those who assert i drop his exhausted form into water, Penn and Sternq 28 ; Linnaeus and Nel-
across the den and teaches the lion to ed that the glorious old party was dead, heated to ISO degrees. In this, the pores i son, 29 ; Burns, 39 ; Chaucer, Hogarth
CALIFORNIA STREET, (Opposite U. S. Hotel,) jump over it, using a whip with a thong,
will find themselves wofully mistaken, I open, the chlorine grapples the coloring and Peel, 32 ; Wordsworth and Davy, 33 :
but not for the purpose of punishment.
and those who supposed that our back matter, and our colored brother is color Aristotle, 36; Sir William Jones and
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ESTABLISH-
Gradually this board is heightened, the bone had weakened, will wonder when ed no more. At least this is the theory. Wellington, 37; Wilberforce, 38; Lu
e. a Real Estate Agency in connection with
lion jumping over it at every stage, and erect and defiant the Democratic hosts As alb persons experimented upon liavo ther, 42 ; Addison, 44 ; Wesley and
their Law Office, and are prepared to buy and sell 4 LWAYS on hand the best stock of patent and then comes the hoops, etc., held on top of march to the ballot-box in such numbers died before reaching the final bath, the
real estate in this and adjoining counties. Records IX. home-made Rifle and Shot Guns, single and the board to quicken the beast’s under in November next, as to insure the elec practical value of the process is not | Young, 47 ; Swift, 49 ; Buffon, 55 ; Old
i Parr, last time, 120. If Adam and Eve
searched and abstracts of title prepared with dis double ; Revolvers of the latest patents ; Pocket
I married before they were a year old, and
patch and accuracy. Parties at a distance can
late.-t and best. Also the best Powder ami Powder over tho trainer, the hitter stoops along
the veteran Parr buckled with a widow
communicate with us by addressing
Flasks ; all sort of Shot ami Pouches ; Caps, side the board, so that when the lion
B lessings in D isguise .—We have al
“O regon L ooming U p .”—Under this at 120, bachelors and spinsters may wed
FAY <t REA,
Wads, an,I everything in the Sportinan's line. clears one he clears the other, and half a ways had a great horror of earthquakes, ; head, the San Francisco Rural Press
at any age they like, and find shelter un
The above goods are all of the best quality, and
April 22, 1871
will be sold cheaper than the cheapest.
All dozen lessons are ordinarily about suffi but, according Sir John Herschel, they speaks good words for Oregon and Wash dergreat uames for either early or late
orders promptly filled. Repairing done promptly cient to teach this. To get a lion to lie are blessings in disguise, for which we ington Territory, as follows :
E. B. WATSON.
C. W. KAHLER
down and allow the tamer to stanj on should be thankful. He says:
“No longer that out-of-the-way place
and in good style.'tjA.
KAHLER & WATSON,
“R. E.”—The above legend was stamp
“Were it not for the changes in the on the face of the globe, Oregon, from the
him is more difficult. It is done by flick
upon every gun sold by Secretary Ro
ing the beast over the back with a small earth’s crust which are constantly being
Jacksonville, Sept. 9th, 187!.
to the French Government. What
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
pressing him down with one hand. By ces, of which the earthquake is the most | augurated and rapidly pushed from point does it mean? has been the all-impor
Call at J. Neuber’s
raising his head and taking hold of his active manifestation, there can be no to point in her wide domain, is, as a tant question. Every interpretation of
nostrils with the right hand, and the un doubt that the action of the sea beating State, assuming an importance that can i which the two letters are susceptible ha®
Will practicedn the Supreme Court, District, and
lower jaw with the left, the upon tho hind, together with thedenuding not but attract the attention, if not the been given. But now comes Mr. Hart
A ni > see iiis fine stock of new lion, lip by and
other Courts of this State.
this great pressure on the nostril power of the rain, would invariably cover I envy, of some of her older sister States. ley, of the firm of Schuyler, Hartley de
Goods direct from the manufacturers.
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
and lip, loses greatly the power of his the earth with one vast ocean. Had the ; Her cities and towns have awakened to Graham, and swears that it means Re-
He has a line lot o
Jacobs—opposite Court House square.
jaws, so that a man can pull them open primeval world been constructed as it now renew ed life and activity, her population publique Française, or French Republie,
aoxxzins MachinoB and put his head inside the beast’s mouth, exists, time enough has elapsed, and force i is rapidly increasing, and other eviden and that it was stanqied there in obedi
U. B. REA.
JAMES D. FAY.
Priced trorn $20 to $110, cash.
the feat with which Van Amburg’s name enough directed to that end has been in ces of a progressive and prosperous fu ence to the requirements of the French
FAY & REA
was so inuMi associated. The only dan activity, to have long ago destroyed ev ture, from this day onward, are apparent Government. Now,please tell us, remarks
A New Lot of
ion every hand. A similar spirit of en- the Detroit Union, how it was that our
is lest the beast should raise one of ery vestige of land.”
Attorneys and Counsellors-at.Law, AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES his forepaws
” . with
and stick his talons in, and
’ " like results,
' seems also
' . Government knew nothing about who
Just from tho Faotory.
OFFICE—In Court Hom», up» stairs.
if he does the tamer must stand fast for I P inctiback , the Lieutenant-Governor have seized upon the people of Washing- these guns were for when such instruo
his life until he has shifted his paw.
of Louisiana, is a sensible darkey. He ton Territory, where new and vast im- tions were sent as to how they were to be
Will practice in the Supreme and other Courts
He is agent for the best Rifles and Pistols made,
received a note front the President’s pri ' provements are already in progress, that marked ?
of this State.
among which is tho
To T est the Q uality of W ool .—A vate secretary the other day, inviting 1 i will have no relapse till a developed
B enefits of A dvertising . —A short
Texas paper says : “Take a lock of wool him to another interview with tho Presi country and a mighty people bo found
Ttr- Particular attention paid to the colloation
repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load from the sheep’s back, and place it upon
ago an advertisement appeared in
•f Claims »gainst the Federal and State Govern
dent at the White House, but he declined
ments, the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption
an inch rule. If you can count from the invitation on the grounds that he had knew but little more of, than as the great the “Personal” column of the Cincinnati
and Homestead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
Enquirer, signed “Maud L. Branson,
All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and thirty to thirty-three of the spirals or an engagement to dine with Senator ■ Northwest.”
Lodes under the recent Act of Congress. 1 tf.
Ind.,” stating that she was a
Repairing done to order at half price.
and handsome, with an in
quality the finest Electoral or Saxony loved a square meal, washed down with
E xpensive E loquence .—Our Sena
per annum, desiring to
wool grown. Of course when the num generous wine, and therefore we quite tors and Representatives in Congress pay
some young gentleman
ber of spirals to the inch diminishes, the agree with the Courier-Journal that the liberally for having their ehujuence em
quality of wool is relatively inferior. negro who wouldn’t rather eat with Sum balmed in type. The Congressional with a view to “fun, love and its conse
Wintjen & Helms, Proprietors.
Many tests have been tried, but this is ner than have a stale talk with Grant, Globe, which is devoted exclusively to quences.” Fifty-one letters addressed to
considered the simplest and best. Cots must have a wretched appetite indeed.
speeches and proceedings in Congress, Maud L. Branson wero advertised in the
has cost the country since 1849 nearly letter list of a Madison pajier on Monday
Oregon St., next to Odd Fellows’ Building.
do not measure nine spirals to tho inch.
A petition to Congress to prohibit three million dollars, of which sum $176,- last. Certainly the fools are not yet all
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESl’ECT- With this tost, every farmer has in pos the calling of any more children by the 939.39 was paid in gratuities to the Globe dead, but then it shows what advertising
essrs , wintjen a helms beg to
fally inform their friends and the public gen session a knowledge which will enable name of “George Washington” is in cir reporters, given in addition to the com will do.
inform their friend« and the public generally
erally that they have purchased the abovo estab him
to form a correct judgment of all culation out East The modern George pensation received bv the proprietors of
that they have thoroughly refitted their saloon,
lishment of Mr. Dan. Cawley, which will be
Two newsboys were standing before a
»nd reduced the price of liquors to
of wool. There are some coarse Washington lies and steals outrageously. that journal. The total amount includes
henceforward conducted under their constant per
store, when one asked the other :
sonal supervision, and they guarantee satisfaction
to all who may favor them with their patronage. do not ranks aB wool, but as hair, on ac tho country. The leaven ot that “little ing for Congress, as well as for the copies “Have you got three cents ?” “Yee.”
These stables arc centrally located, and within count of the hardness and straightness of hatchet” seems to work on all who bear furnished to members, and for the publi “Well, I have two cents; give me your
convenient distance of the various houses of public the fibre.”
that name, and in the dearth of cherry cation of debates. The amount paid for three cents and 1 will buy a five-center.”
entertainment. Horses or mules will be boarded
trees, their mischief rises to the level ot printing and advertising for the fiscal “All right,” says No. 2, handingout the
and cared for, by the day or week, at moderate
or bachelors thinking of marriage : every crime on the calendar. ,
year ending June 30, 1862, was $34,450.- money. No. 1 enters t he store, procure®
charge«. They have the largest stock in Oregon,
English Ale and Porter, south of Portland, of
90; for the year ending June 30, 1871, it the cigar, lights it, and puffs with a great
L oving wife at Long Branch : “The was $298,173.72. If the increase in this deal of satisfaction. “Come, now, give
the very Mrs. Brown we met at the Rob
BUGGIBS AND OAKKIAOBS inson’s last week ! I should like to sink horrid surf makes me keep my mouth
together with the finest brands of liquors and ci
portion of the expenditures continues at us a pull,” says No. 2 ; “I furnished half
into the earth !!” Mr. Jones—“Why,
gars always on band.
the same rate of progression, the earn the money.” “I know that,” says th®
able terms ; also,
dearest—why ?” Mrs. Jones—“Oh, Mal of it home with you.”
ings of the coming generations will be smoker; “but T’m president, and you b®-
50 Points of Billiards for Drinks. GOOD SADDLE HORSES & MULES, colm, just think I I wore the same dress
largely devoted to the support of the ing only a stockholder, you can spit.”
Which will be hired to go to any part of
April 1st, 1870,
T he entire assets of a bankrupt wore Globe.
I’ve got on to-nightI”
the country at moderate rates.
T he recent California earthquake stop
nine children. His creditors resolved to
LL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING neatly
Animals bought and sold, and horses broke to
the flow of water from some of the
S ilence is the virtue of a fool; but
A pleasant kind of husbandry—remov act magnanimously, and let him keep
and cheaply executed at the T imxs Printing saddle or harness.
wells of Los Angeles county.
all fools are not silent.
ing a widow’s weeds.
Office. Send in your orders.
RUBLI A WILSON.
G.H. AIKEN, M.D.,
MACHINERY â SUPPLY
Physician and Surgeon,
And Small Profits,
THE TABLE ROlk SALOON.
LIVERY & SÄLE STABLE