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BIG BUTTE PRECINCT MEETING.
LEASE OF COUNTY ROAD
J. B. WHITE,
WHITE i MARTIN, Red Mens’ Ball !
N accordance with an order of the County Court
Pursuant to previous notice, Hons.
Pursuant to the call of the County
of the State of Oregon, for Jackson county,
John Burnett and Jos. G. Wilson, Demo Central Committee, the Democracy of made
at the April term thereof, A. D., 1872,
(Successors to James T. Glenn,)
To be given st HORNE’S HALL, on
E. D. FOUDRAY,,
Business Agent. cratic and Republican candidates for Con Big Butte Precinct met in primary con sealed proposals will be received at the Clerk’s of
fice, in said ceunty, until Wednesday at 12 o’clock,
gress, appeared in Jacksonville last Mon vention on April 27th.
M., the 8th day of May, A. D., 1872, for the leas
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 13th, 1872.
day, to discuss the j>olitical issues of the
The meeting was called to order by ing of so much of the oounty road, running from
day. Th^Court House was crowded to W. F. Wilkinson, and the meeting then Jacksonville to Canyonville, by way of Rock
Point, as is embraced between the west end of the
suffocation, and the doors and windows orgauized by electing David Dunlap, Gall’s ereek bridge, and the 14 mile-post on said
HE Oregonian Pocahontas Tribe No. 1, Im
were filled by interested auditors, who Chairman, and Wm. H. Parker, Secre road ; to be leased to any person or corporation to
proved Order of Red Men, of Jacksonville,
open, improve and keep the same in good repair for
will give a grand ball at the above time and place.
travel thereon for a period of ten years, with the JACKSONVILLE, OREGON
JOHN BURNETT. could find no room inside. Judge Prim tary.
was chosen Chairman, and called the
The Chairman stated the object of the right, in consideration thereof, to collect tolls at
Co-MMITTKE or A RK ARGEMENTS.—E. D. FoU-
ono gate for travel thereon, in the manner pre
Presidential Electors,... j N. H. GATES, meeting to order.
dray, E. B. Watson, D. Crunemiller.
L. F. LANE,
scribed by the General Laws of Oregon, chapter
R eception .—H. Pape, J. R. Wade, A. Fisher,
Judge Burnett led off in a plain, able three on resolutions, consisting of Wm. 47, title 3. The bid shall specify the unit or rate
G. R. HELM.
and practical speech, in which the out H. Parker, W. F. Wilkinson and W. H.
F loor M anagers .—J. P. McDaniel, E. N.
willing to accept for keeping the road, and such
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
1I1E UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE Hudson, S. Plyinale.
rages of tl»e party in power were clearly Rumley, were appointed.
bid shall be deemed a bid for tolls as to the other
in notifying his friends and the public gener
Tickets, $3. A cordial invitation is extended te
The Committee submitted the following items mentioned iu Section 64, in proportion to
and completely shown up. He discussed
ally tnat he is now receiving and Opening a very
For Judge,............................. P. P. PRIM. the tariff question with much ability, resolutions, which were unanimously Chapter 47, T.tle 3, General Laws of Oregon. No large and extensive stock of
bids will be considered unless accompanied by an
For District Attorney,......... J. R. NEIL and then commenced a scathing review adopted:
undertaking executed by two or more sufficient STAPLE DRY GOODS Cattle, Hay, &c., for Sale.
Resolved, That we condemn all “rings” sureties
of the Radical legislation toward the
in the sum of two thousand dollars, to ba
South and against every portion of the or “cliqueisms,” and that Democracy is void upon the condition that the biuder, if the
HE undersigned has for tale, at his ranch 10
lease is awarded to him, will, within ten days
Union, in favor of New England. The our motto.
miles north of Jacksonville, on the Volley
thereafter, «r such turther time as the Court may
•• • • I
For State Senator, I • ............
E. N. TOLEN Bayonet Law, Ku-Klux Bill and Recon
Resolved, That we strenuously oppose allow, enter into a contract for keeping the road,
TI ATS cfc OAT’S
For Representative, I • • • A. L. WALDON struction measures were ably reviewed, all “Passive” or “New Departure” poli and give tho nece«sary undertaking for the faithful
of the contract. The County Court
For Sheriff,............ ..DAN’L L. GREEN. and the discord, anarchy and confusion cies, is every shape they may be presented performance
will require the lessee to pay the sum of $750, the CALIFORNIA
For Clerk,.............. ....CHAS. HUGHES. incident to the carpet-bag governments, . Retolvcd, That we heartily endorse the amount expended in repairing said road during the
For Treasurer,....... ....... WM. NAUCKE. the offspring of this peculiar legislation, proceedings of the last State Convention. past year. The sealed bids will be opened at the
Court House in said county, on the said 8th day of
I T? F. SLOAN and
Resolved, That the duties of the pres May, and if deemed expedient, the lease will be
most amply shown up. Mr. Burnett next
For Commr’».. ■’
proceeded to charge upon the Radical ent Democratic Administration has been awarded to the lowest bidder, having due refer
ence to the fact which of them is be*t qualified for
Assessor,...................... ,.T. G. PATTERSON.
party its policy of centralization, and honorably and faithfully discharged.
For School Sup’t,..
On motion, the meeting then balloted reject any and all bids.
proved from Radical as well as Democrat
and TIMOTHY HA Y.
For Surveyor,........ WM. N. SANDERS. ic authority, that the whole ot Radical for delegate to attend the ensuing Coun
SILAS J. DAY, County Clerk.
Boots and Shoes; Ladies’, IHiHses’
Jacksonville, Ogn., April 10th, 1572.—15t4
aud Childrens’ Shoes.
For Corouer,........... .1)R. WM. BAILEY. legislation tended to the centralization of ty Convention, which resulted in the
I /-gf Also 130 head of Cattle.
unanimous choice of Wm. H. Parker.
Wu have also in connection with the above a very
democratic county CONVEN
On motion, the Secretary was ordered
Large and Extensive Stock of Choice,
tion, to the destruction of State Rights
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for i
and the total obliteration of the rights of
the county of Jackson. Sarah E. Sargent v». I
R. T. Sargent. Suit in equity for divorce.
The Democracy of Jackson county will meet, by the people. The Judge then parsed to an the D emocratic T imes for publication.
delegatee in Convention.at Jacksonville, on Thurs examination of the questions of civil ser
On motion, the meeting adjourned To ll. T. Sargent, »aid defendant:
day, the tttlt day of May, 1872, at 1 o’clock, p.
XT'OU are hereby summoned to be and appear in
DAVID DUNLAP, Chm’n.
m .. in order to nominate a county ticket and elect vice reform and the position of the two sine die.
I the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
a Central Committee.
W m . H. P arker , Sec’y.
parties on the internal improvement
tile county of Jackson, ou the first duy of the next
The Primaries will he held on Saturday, tho
term thereof, commencing the 10th day of June,
27th day of April, 1872, at 1 o’clock, p. x.
DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION. 1872, and answer the complaint in this cause filed,
The several precincts are entitled to the follow- Grant’s own messages, that the Radical
wherein the plaintiff prays a dissolution of the
I1IE undersigned aro prepared to do all kinds
ing delegates :
bonds of matrimony and for the care and custody
of work in their lino. Wagons manufactur
party was not the especial champion of
The following are the delegates to the of Oliver, the issue of said marriage, ou the ground ■
Applegate................... ..3 Jacksonville
ed from choice timber, and ironed in a superior
iuternal improvements, and proved the Democratic County Convention, as far as of willful desertion for over three years prior to
A jhliknd ..•••••••••• • ..4 Link River..
manner. Old wagons r< paired and made as good
Bi,F Butte................. „1
the commencement of this suit; or judgment,
Democratic party of this State was upon heard from:
a« new. Blacksmithing in all its branches done on
3 Little Butte.
will be taken in default thereof.
»hort notice and at’ reasonable terms. Give us a
the record in favor of the development of
Evans* Creek........... 9 Manzanita...
By order of Hop. P. P. Prim, Judge ef said
call, /'if 8 hop on Oregon street, one door above
Foot’s Creek.............. 9 Rock Point..
Court, this 25th of April. 1872.
and J. W. Stockberger.
Flounce Rock........... ..1 Sterlingville.
FAY A REA, l’lff’s Att’ys.
CRYSTAL A PHILLIPS.
Window Glass, Nails, Iron aud
Goo.»e Lake............... ...1 Table Rock.
Ashland.— A. 8. Jacobs, 1*. Barrun, W.
Jacksonville, Jan. 27tb, 1872.
Steel, Cast and Steel Plows
like and solid speech. There was no low F. Songer and Ed. DePeatt.
Grant’s Pa.«»............- 9 Union Town.
Woodeu and Dillow
Willow Springs....... ...3 Lost River..
appeals to prejudice. No buffoonry, or
VA are, Etc., kite.
Bif/ Butte.— Wm. H. Parker.
AH Democrat«, who honestly intend to support
the Democratic 8tate and County tickets at the attempts at vapid wit or blackguardism,
Eden.— Wm. Brotherton, Thos. More In,the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the
noxt election, are invited to attend.
appeared in his remarks, but the ques
county of Jackson. Albert Handy, plaintiff, vs.
land, James Woody.
JAMES D. FAY, Chairman.
Adelaide E. Handy, defendant. Suit for di-; I atn now ready to sell anything in my line at the Fresco, Scene, House, Sign, Carriage
lowest cash price. Persons wishing t » buy goods
K. K cili , Sec’y.
Evans' Creek.— M. W. Hale, L. Guit-
will find it greatly to their advantage to examine
earnest spirit, which carried conviction man.
To Adelaidt E. Handy, above named defendant: | our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I am
to the minds of the people.
THE COUNTY CONVENTION
Foot's Creek.— Robt. A. Cook, Alex. IN tha name of the State of Oregon, you are here determined not to be undersold by any house in
by required to be and appear in »aid Court, and | Jackson county.
When Judge Burnett's time had ex Neal.
answer ti e complaint, filed in this suit on or before
Before the next issue of the T imes , the pired, Jos. G. Wilson arose to reply.
the second Munday in June, 1872, or in default
Flounce Rock.— P. D. Hull.
/•if Give me a call, and then judge for yonr-
a decree will be taken against you for the
Democracy of this county will have met I Wilson is quite a fluent talker, with a
Grant's Pass.— David Sexton, Hunt thereof
relief demanded therein, to-wit : the dissolution ofj telf as to our capacity to furnish goods as above.
AVING permanently located in Jacksonville,
in Convention and selected its standard- cheek on him that would put a brass door Magruder.
WHITE & MARTIN
the bonds of matrimony now existing between your
I would respectfully inform the public that
and the plaintiff.
bearers for the coming contest. Th® del-1 knocker to utter shame, and raise a blush
I am prepared to do all kinds of painting known to
Jacksonville.— Henry Klippel, J. N T. self Published
the art. and in a style not uurpassed on the Coast.
egates are all chosen after a full, square on the jaw of a government mule. He is Miller, H. K. Hanna, J. W. Manning, of mid Court. Made the 26th dav of April, 1872.
All work WARRANTED satisfactory. IpS- Par
KAHLER A WATSON, Att’vs for Pdf.
aud spirited discussion of the questions at certainly the very best man whom the Rad M. F. Alcorn, Veit Schutz, Jos. Crane, 17t6
CALIFORNIA STREET, (Under Horne’s Hall,) ticular attention paid to graining and marbling.
issue between the two wings of the party. icals could put into the field,as his superla Wm. Griffin.
Shop two doors above Franco-American Hotel.
Notice of Final Settlement.
E. W. PEACOCK.
The merits of the different candidates tive brass enables him to outface the most
Leland.— T. H. Southworth.
have been fully discussed In every pre damaging facts, and remain serene
I d the County Court, for the State of Oregon, for
Notice of Final Settlement.
Link River.— Mr. Davis, A. M. Poe.
- 1 ——
Jackson County, (sitting in Probate, April 4th I
cinct in th® couuty. Two tickets were in and cheeky under a fire of the most
Lost River.— Henry Vinson.
1872.) In the niatterot the estate of Hugh Don
the field, and the delegates elected, repre cogent argument. His entire time was
»'EXUE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT In the County Court, for the State of Oregon, for
Manzanita.— F. Ply male, J. W. Pit
£ fully inform the Ladies of Jacksonville and| Jackson Couuty. (Sitting in
sent the choice of a majority of the Dein-
J. RYAN, Administrator of said estate, hav- vicinity, that they have just received from San i
. ing filed in said Court hi.« final account for Francisco their Fall Stock of Millinery Goods, anil1
oerats in the county.
Rock Point.— Ben. Haymond, Abram
In the matter of the Estate of Franklin Grube,
settlement, and also praying for an order for set
we feel that every Democrat who wishes ed that there was no such thing as U. 8. Schultz, Geo. Ingram.
I ting the time for hearing the same, therefore Hire prepared to furnish their customers with the]
latest styles of H ats , B onnkts , H ats and B on -|
well to his party agrees with us—that the Banks—a thing no person asserted ; that
Executor of said es-
i net S hapes , A c . Also a new aud fine assort-
Table Rock.— Jno. Cardwell, John Size
in said Court his final
issues heretofore under discussion were
more, B. F. Wade, Mr. Hueston.
Court on Thursday, the 9th day of May, 1872, at
account for settlement, and also praying for an or
settled at the primaries, and that it is the same breath lie discussed the non
which time and place all persons having any ob TRIMMINGS,
der for setting the time for hearing the same, no
Uniontown.— C. Mattney.
to «aid final account and settlement, must
tice is hereby given that said final account will bo
right and proper that all bitterness, all1
Willow Springs.— Mr. Dodge, John then aud there make the same.
heard und determined in said Court on Thursday,
personal feeling, should be dropped, and ,
By order of L. J. C. Duncan, Judge of said
the 9th day of M y, 1872, at which time and
Wells, II. P. Deskins.
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk.
place all persons having auy objections to said final
that th® Democracy of Jackson should sults of the 14th and loth amendments,
A tie vote was cast at Butte Creek and Court.
account must then and there make the same.
one® more unite in a hearty, cheerful and therefore right; asserted that the Sterlingville.
Bv order of L. J. C. Duncan, Judge of said
Notiee of Final Settlement.
support of their State and County Tick suspension of the writ of habeas corpus
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk.
ets. But, in order to do this effectually, under the Bayonet law, was right,because
W ants a Muss.—The Salem Mercury, In the County Court for the State of Oregon, for I
Jackson County, (sitting in Probate, April 7th,
a grave and delicate duty devolves upon the Constitution gives the right to sus one of the Gubernatorial articles of cham
the County Convention. It is due no pend the writ. But Joseph was es|>ecial- ber furniture called “organs,” has been
less to the Democratic party than to the ly careful not to tell to whom that power seeking a controversy with the T imes for
F. RANDAL, Administrator of said estate.
Oregon A California Railroad Company, Land )
• having filed iu said Court hi* final account
county, that a good tieket be placed in was given, and under what restrictions. several weeks past, and the Yamhill
TEARL BEADS, Department, Portland, Ogn., April 5, 1872.j
for settlement, and also praying for an order for and other article» in our line too numerous to
th® field. The growing importance of Declared that no one had been interfered “convanicncy,” ycleped the Courier, setting
the time for hearing the same, therefore no
VTOTICE is hereby given, that a vigorous prose-
our county, the increasing magnitude of with in Oregon, as if that made any dif- j yelps for attention in the columns of this tice is hereby given that said final account wm be tnentiou.
cution will be instituted against any and
MISSES A. F. Und L. A. KENT.
every person who trespasses upon any Railroad
its interests, and the attention which is ( ference if the law was wrong. Joseph paper also. Now while it is simply im heard and determined in said Court on Thursday, Jacksonville, October 13th. 1871.
the 9th day of May, 1872, at which time and place
Land, by cutting and removing timber therefrom
being excited among our people, impera then launched himself at the tariff ques possible for us to take any notice of the all persons having any objection.« to said final ac
before the same i« BOUGHT of the Company AND
tively demand of the party in power that tion. Said the people of Oregon were lazzaroni of the Executive office, who count and settlemeat, must then and there make
All vacant Land in add numbered sections,
it should justify the confidence reposed not interested iu the discussion of the eagerly snap at the crumbs which fall the By same.
order of L. J. C. Duncan, Judge of said
whether surveyed or unsurveyed, within a distance
SILAS J. DAY, Clock,
in it by the people, by selecting the best question, and that it was not an issue ; from His Excellency’s table, and proudly Court.
of thirty mi’es from tho line of the road, belong«
to the Company.
men for the nominations to be mad® by tliat the Democratic ¡»arty was fighting wear the Gubernatorial brass collar, in
I. R. MOORES, Land Agent.
its Convention. Th® Jeffersonian test, monopolists; that Burnett was fighting scribed the ^Mercury," or liCourier," (as
“Is h® competent ? Is he honest ?” should capital in favor of labor [Bully for him]. the caso may be) born thrall of Grover, In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the
A Good Farm and Stock Ranch for Sale.
On Oregon street, Jacksonville«
b® rigidly applied, and no persona! con Then he asserted a ¡»reposition which the Passivist, we deeply regret that
County of Jackson. Mary Justus vs. John Jus
tus. Suit in equity for divorce.
siderations should be allowed to swerve would astonish all our old political econ the exigencies of the pending canvass will
GOOD farm and Stock Ranch tor sale, with
To John JuKtut, »aid defendant :
th® Convention in the performance of its omists—that is, that there is no existing for a time prevent us from paying our
good barn and out buildings and
OU are hereby summoned to be and appear in
duty. The obligations and responsibili antagonism between capital and labor. respects to the Governor himself. We
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the county of Jackson, on the first day of the noxt
ties resting upon th® Convention are “They go hand in hand,” says Joseph. have no leisure just now to indulge our
term thoroof, commencing the 10th day of June,
grave and delicate. Upon their du® per Then Wilson attacked tho Democratic self in this fascinating pastime. But 18"h, and answer the complaint in this cause filed, Having just received from San Francisco a new The farm is located on Jackass creek, six miles
west ot Jacksonville. For further information
formance depends the harmony and uni platform, asserting that the Democracy when we shall have finished our fight wherein the plaintiff prays a dissolution of the stock of
inquire at the farm of
ty of the party, and to some extent the was in favor of tho “New Departure,” and with the Radicals, and with those sympa or judgment will be taken in default thereof.
HARNESS, BUGGIES à CARRIAGES
safety of the Democratic State Ticket. conveyed the impression generally that thizing with Radicals, who falsely call
By order of lion. P. P. Prim, Judge of said
I am now prepared to furnish my patrons, and
Let personal feeling and strife be sacrific he was excessively ignorant of the ques themselves Democrats, whose agonies the Court, this April 25th, 1 «72.
FAY & REA, Atty’s for Pl’ff. the public generally, with as
ed upon the altar of the common good, tions he undertook to discuss, or regarded organs aforesaid so loudly deplore, then, if
Call at J. Neuber’s
and when the Convention meets, let his audience as remarkably green.
the state of His Excellency’s health is
as can bo had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle horses
its members assemble, fully impressod
About this time, 8am Colver “poked | such as to require a little fun to stir his
hired to go to any part of the country. Animals
U. S. Land Office. Roseburg, Oregon, 1
A nd see iiis fine stock of new
with the grave responsibilities they are in,” and wanted Wilson to say something I stagnant blood and promote his digestion,
BOUGHT & SOLD.
April 19th, 1872.
Goods direct from the manufacturera.
under, and determined to do their du about Swamp Land, but that was a ques- we Hhall be happy to accommodate him.
OMPLAI’ T having been entered at thiaOffice Horses broke to work single or double. Horses H e has a fíne lot o
ty to the county and their party, by se tion evidently “not for Joseph,” for he
by M. Fountain and George W. Bush against boarded, and the best care bestowed upon them Sowing Maobl]
The Gubernatorial health is precious
while in my charge.
John P. Slate, for abandoning his homestead entry
lecting the best, most honest, and most absolutely refused to handle the swamps ¡n the eyes of the State, We, in common
Prices from $20 to $110, cash.
No. 641. dated June 22, 1867, upon tho W A of S ^a-MY TERMS ARE REASONABLE.-^
competent men for the nominations they in any manner whatever.
with all our fellow citizens, feel deeply E L SE I of SE J, Sec. 23, and NW J of NE !, A liberal share of public patronage is solicited.
A New Lot of
make. This county is not in the same
J. W. MANNING.
Wilson made a very flimsy, pettifog concerned in its preservation, and if it is section 26, township 37 south, range 1 east, iu
Jackson county, Oregon, with a view to the can
situation it was ten years ago, when al ging and vulgar speech from beginning to required and he desires it, we will under cellation of said entry : the said parties are hereby Jacksonville, Ogn., February 11th, 1871.
Just from the Factory.
most any person was competent to fill a end; there was no argument in it at all. take to exercise him iu theso columns summoned to appear at this office on the 31 at day
county office. Its interests hav® develop He managed to get off a fow sharp things, until the Gubernatorial system is in May, 1872, at 1 o’clock, p. m ., to respond and
He is agent for the best Rifles and Pistols mads,
furnish testimony concerning said alleged aban
among which is the
ed amazingly, and a higher grade of edu which “split the ears of the groundlings;” splendid health, if exercising him and donment.
Wm. F>. WILLIS, Reguler.
cation and a higher order of talent is now but it was as devoid of argument as Gen.
with onoe load
pole will do it.
demanded of its officers, in ord®r that Grant’s administration is of honesty.
Notice of Final Settlement.
public affairs be successfully conducted.
Judge Burnett replied in a short, sharp J osephine D emocratic C ounty C on
All kinds of Watch and Clock (Meaning and
We hope the Convention will carefully and telling speech, in which he took oil’ vention . — The Josephine Democratic In tho County Court of the State ef Oregon, for
Repairing done to order at half price.
Jackson County, (sitting in Probate, April 4th,
consider this matter, and by the choice Wilson’s hide, anti left it drying on the County Convention met at the Court
HE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IN-
1872.) In the matter of the estate of Gabriel
forms the citizens of Jacksonville and surround
of nominees it makes, fully justify the fence.
adjourned with three
ing country, that be is now manufacturing, and
confidence reposed in it by the Democ rousing cheers for John Burnett, our
W. KAHLER, Administrator of said will constantly keep on hand, the very best of
The Convention was called to order by
, estate, having filed in said Court his final ac
racy of Jackson.
Beer. Those who wish a cool glass of beer
A. L. Waldon, and the Convention then
count for settlement, and also praying for an should
ordei give mo a call.
organized by electing A. L. Waldon, for setting the time of hearing the same ; therefore Jacksonville, Juno 12th, 1869.
A P iece of P etty S pite .— We notice
T he V ote .—Th® following is the vote
CALIFORNIA STREET, (Opposite U. 8. Hotel,)
notice is hereby given that said final account will
that Gov. Grover has not permitted his oast at the Democratic Primary for Jack Chairman, and Mathew Casey, Secretary. be heard and determined in said Court on Thurs
The following nomination were then day, the 9th day of May, 1872, at which time
organ, the Salem Mercury, to hoist the sonville precinct, held last Saturday,
made : [See first editorial column.—E d .] and plaee all persons having any objections to said New Boot and Shoe Shop,
nxma of Judge Prim among th® list of April 27 th:
final account and settlement, must then and there
LWAYS on hand the beat stock of patent and
The following persons were elected a make the same.
candidates, at th® head of its columns.
home-made Rifle and Shot Gun«, «ingle and
double; Revolver« of the latest patents ; Pocket
Can petty meanness descend lower ?
Henry Klippel,..121 A. Ullman....... . 90 Central Committee : A. L. Waldon, W. said Court.
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk.
Pistols, neat, small and powerful; Derringers, the
J. N. T. Miller,„121 John R. Tic®.... .. 89 Naucke, M. F. Baldwin, John Goings.
and best. Also the beet Powder and Powder
N omination .— It is reported that the H. K. Hanna,...121 A. M. Berry..... . 89 On motion, the Convention then ad
Flasks; all sort ef Shot and Pouches; Capa,
W. Manning..l21 W. H. 8. Hyde . 89 journed.
A. L. WALDON, Chm’n.
Wads, and everything in the Bportman's line.
Liberal Republican Convention, which J.
M. F. Alcorn.....120 Alex. Martin.... .. 87
AKEN up, by Samuel Colver, of Phoenix, one
The above goods are all of the beet quality, and
M athew C asey , Sec’y.
met at Cincinnati last Wednesday, May Jos. A. Crane,...119 Lewis Zigler.... .. 89
brawn mare, six years old, branded with a
HE undersigned, having permanently located will be sold cheaper than the cheapest.
cross on th« left hip, and will be sold under estray
orders promptly filled. Repairing dene promptly
1st, nominated Horace Greeley and B. Veit Schutz
118 Louis Hubert... . 89
The Washington Territorial Republi
and in good style.'®??.
public that he is prepared to do all kinds of work
Ill N. Fisher......... .102 can Convention nominated S. Gardfielde law within six months from the date of this notice,
Gratz Brown for President and Vice Pres Wm. Griffin
unless called for by the owner aud property proven. in the boet and shoe-making line. Satisfaction
The whole number of votes cast was 210. for Delegate to Congress.
March 27th, 1872.
Jacksonville, Sept. 9lh, 1871«
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 4. 1872
LOW PRICES WILL WIN.
EDWIN R. PEACOCK,
J. W. Manning, Prop’