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iihe Jlmunafir tirars.
MKXERAL NOTEN AND NEWS.
MICH ADO ABOl'T NOTHING.
feels safe in such a field. Our mountains
seem now to be almost worthless, but time
will show them to be the most valuable
part of the State. The unlimited quantity
of timber, unequaled in quality, must event
ually become valuable, and the hidden
minerals cannot be estimated as to quantity
or value. Gradually the mines are boing
opened and operators are growing rich.
Time will solve tho problem and future
generations will reap a rich harvest in this
A dispatch dated Columbus, June 17th,
says the Democratic State Convention held
that day was the largest ever held in Ohio.
The following ticket was nominated : For
Governor, Win. Allen ; Lieutenant Gover
nor, S. F. Carey ; Supreme Judge, I. O. Ash
burn ; Auditor, E. M. Green ; Treasurer. J.
J. Schriver ; Attorney-General, T. E. Pow
ell. The following platform was adopted :
Sacred adherence to the principles of the
Government put in practical operation by
the fathers of the Republic ; protection of
all citizens, without regard to race or color ;
that the President’s service should be limi
ted to ono term, at a salary of $25,00) per
year ; retrenchment in every departmenPot
government; no grants of land to railroad,
steamship or other companies ; preserva
tion of the public land for actual settlers ;
that the volume of currency be made and
kept equal to the wants of tinde ; that na
tional bank circulation be permanently re
tired and legal tenders issued in their place;
establishment of a system of free banks of
discount and deposits ; denounce the Re
publican platform as an insult to the intelli
gent people of Ohio, and a base appeal to
Our friend of the Yreka Journal Tho famous Lingard Troupe is in Port
(California St., one door west of Sacha Bros.,)
Otficl.il Paper for Jackson Ä Josephine Counties. seems seriously exercised about the land playing to crowded houses.
mail being carried from Ashland to Wages of employes of the city ot New
York have been materially reduced.
JULY’ 2, 1875 Linkville, instead of from Yreka to
Tn Umatilla County cows with calves are
Linkville, and makes some rather valued
dealer and worker in
at $12 50; two-year-olds, $10; year
DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION broad assertions, like anybody some
Rev. E. Payson Hammond holds daily
A Democratic State Convention for the what unacquainted with the subject he
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ETC.
State of Oregon Is hereby cal led by the Dem is talking about would naturally do.
street meetings in Portland, using his sad
ocratic State Central Committee, convened
What advantage the people of Link dle (as he always appears on horseback) as
eeps constantly on hand an
at Portland on the 24th day of June, 1875, to
meet at the city of Salem, Oregon, on
assortment of the best
vine will derive from having their
The U. S. War Ship Saranac struck a
Tl»nrs-lay, Jnite 2»th. 1S7X.
at 11 o’clock a . M„ for the purpose of nom mail brought from Yreka, instead of sunken rock near Vancouver’s Island on
inating a candidate for Representative in from Ashland, we are unable to see. the 20th ult., and sunk in less than an hour.
brass pipes ,
Congress, I m » to voted for at the special elec
The motive of this argument of the
tion to be held October 24th, 1875.
chains , lead pipe ,
The appointment of members of said Con Journal is very apparent. This new
vention among the counties is based upon
hardware , cutlery ,
prospectors have lately found paying dig
the Democratic vote cast for the late Hon. road from Yreka to Linkville was built gings on Blue river, a tributary of tho Mc
hydraulic nozzles ,
Geo. A. La Dow for Congress in 1874, allow
Kenzie, in I aiio County.
PAINTS, SIZE8, GLASS,
ing one vote to each county and one to each
(Successors to A. Iisher A Bro.)
OLS, HOSE, POWDER.
The Oregon City Woolen Mills narrowly
one hundred votes, or fraction over fifty I the citizens of Siskiyou to capture the
votes so cast. The several counties of the
escaped burning on the 18th ult., tho fire
State will be entitled to delegates is said Lake county trade, and not to supply originating in tho wool-packing room.
BAR, PLATE AND ASSORTED IRON.
Convention as follows :
ave pleasure in announcing
that section with a better mail route. Loss, $1,000 to $5,000 ; fully insured.
the receipt of a large invoice of
economist, said to an interviewer: *'I am
Coos............................ 5 Douglas..................... •
Grant.......................... 3 Jackson
............... 10 already to accrue from it, the Journal I and I think the genend slant oi publie opin
Josephine................ 3 laine........ ............... 7 rather selfishly argues that the mail ion is in that direction.”
Linn........................... 11 r jike
Tho News tells us of a huge shark being
Marion....................... <) M ultnomah............. 9 should also come from Yreka, not
BRASS AND IRON WIRE,
I I killed while cruising around a butchershop
Polk........................... 5 Tillamook................ o
Umatilla.................... 6 Union........................ 6
I on Coos Rav. He measured nine feet in
4 desires to reap the benefit of what lit- j length, had*a mouth like a stump orator
Cast Iron and Steel Plows«
and teeth like a circular saw.
Nomethlng to Think About.
There have been threo Radical State Con
Tho Committee having no means of know the mail route.
If the people of Oregon wear out
ventions held since Grant’s third term let
ing the number or votes cast in that part of
Jackson county recently created into Lake,
ter was given to the public. Ohio resolved 200,000 pounds of wool per year in
it is expected the two counties will so ar tended for Lake county comes from against tho third term, while Maine and
range tne representation as to make it just
i California dodged tho question.
between them and each have its proper the Oregon way, and how the people
An Empire city letter says tho rush to small allowance—it costs them every
of that section are to be benefitted by Coos Bay continues. Large numbers ar
It Is suggested by the Committee that the
cent of the proceeds of the 2,000,000
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE,
several counties hold their Primary Con the mail going to Yreka and then to rive here every steamer. The demand for
ventions on Saturday. July 17th, at 1 o’clock Linkville, instead of leaving Ashland labor is not equal to the supply, and many
T. M., and their County Conventions on
are making their way to the valley in search —which is a large allowance—to pay TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
Wednesday, July 21st, at the same hour. (50 miles nearer than Yreka for the of work.
for the manufacturing of the 200,000
In those counties where these appointments
Robert Bonner, editor of the New York
Always on hand a large lot of parlor, cook
do not meet the convenience of the Democ Oregon mail,) for Linkville, we are un
And a General Supply of
pounds into clothing. If any one
ing, office, cabin stoves, of assorted sizes,
racy. it is expected that thev will mm the able to see. The people to be accom Ledger, keeps eighty head of trotting horses,
plain and fancy, constructed on the latest
necessary changes thronch their County
which he paid five hundred thousand doubts that, says the Oregonian, let
fuel-savins plans. Boilers, kettles, pots,
modated along the Yreka road are few for
C. B. BELLINGER,
dollars. He is engaged in breeding fine him make a calculation for himself.
everything connected with these stoves
Chairman pro. tern.
and far between, and a mail over this trotters and training them, but never bets
warranted durable and perfect.
A. N oltner , Secretary.
on a race, nor allows others to do so when Let him take from the cost price of
All articles sold or manufactured by him
route, for the especial benefit of the his horses are on the track.
warranted. His work is made of the best
citizens of Siskiyou, would be useless
material and ofthe choicest patterns.
It maxes a Beecher man hot to see in a forth, the market value of the amount ter whether you are a
74P Orders attended to with dispatch and
filled according to directions. He is deter
The Democratic State Central Com extravagance, while the abolition of character to do with Beecher’s innocence?” of wool in them, and see what propor
mined to sell at low prices for cash.
mittee, as will he seen by the call at the Ashland and Linkville mail would An Indianapolis man got so mad that ho sat tion of the cost goes to the manufac
down and wrote a half column communica
the head of our columns and their pro be a hardship and an outrage.
to one of the papers about “sapping the turer. The result may astonish him
Besides, the road over the Cascades tion
foundations ot the Bible.”
ceedings on our first page, have called
OR ANY OTHER MAN.
but he cannot get away from it.
Judge Space, Assistant Attorney General
a Convention for the nomination of the
of all kinds, oi the best brands,wholesale and
Suppose the circumstances were re
for the l’ost-oifice Department, has furnished
Democratic nominee for Congress for
versed. Suppose instead of shipping
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
the29thof July. It isthereforeevident Linkville in Winter time is rather liable on their bonds for losses of Govern away 2,000,000 pounds of wool to pay
ment property in their possession, such, for for 200,000 pounds of goods, we manu
In connection with all these I have on hand
that hut a short time remains for action,
our stock of goods at PANIC PRICES, and a large assortment of
instance, as tho loss in transmission oi a
and the Democracy will make the best
factured the entire 2,000,000 pounds are ready to sell them accordingly
' package of registered stamps.
of it. But three months will remain be
I There is a horrible picturesqueness in the • into goods and sent abroad for side all
of all kinds—Just what every married man
fore the election transpires, and the of Linkville and officers of Fort Klam reported discovery of the body of John above the 200,000 pounds needed for
wants in his family. And if you don’t )>•-
Committee doubtless took notice of the
lieve it, call and examine my stock before
life three years ago in attempting the ascent
Remember the old place.
fact that this is not too long a period ter and furnished aid to it. Our co of Mount Blanc. It was found in a huge be ! But the saving is not all taken
All kinds of produce taken in exchange for
of ice which lately fell from the moun- into consideration until we add the
Importer of farm imploments and machine«.
for a thorough canvass of the State, and temporary will doubtless find that if . block
tain, perfectly preserved, like a fly in
have called the Convention thus early. the citizens of Linkville gave any aid, amber.
percent, which would arise from the ad
Efforts to recover tho money stolen by dition to our population of the people HUNTERS’ EMPORIUM!
It behooves the Democracy of South it was for the reason that the road from
ALL KINDS OF
Tweed Ring are being made in every who must be engaged in the manti*
ern Oregon and the entire State to
direction where any reliable evidence points.
wheel into line and make battle for nearer by the California route than by The
property of two wealthy ex-County
their cause. The coming election will the Oregon, in the transportation of Commissioners has been attached. They vance in the value of real property HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE,
be an important one, as the person goods, and it was naturally to their audited and paid large sums of fraudulent consequent upon such and increase of
bills tor the “ring,” and are charged with the amount of money kept in circula
elected will have a voice in the impor advantage to do so. But as for their | receiving a part of the spoils.
tion among us.
tant national questions likely to arise, giving aid to the road because they
General Grant has announced his inten-
I tion to come out as a candidate for the third
Meeting nt Chetco.
and also a vote for President, should
I term. In declaring his intention to become
there be no choice by the people.
| such he says he will not bo a candidate un-
C iietco , June 18, 1S75.
This election will have great weight in isfied with their present mail commo- I less circumstances compel him. Of course
At a meeting of the citizens of Cur-
i he will do all he can to bring “cireum-
the coming June campaign in which I nication.
The Journal will also find that it is and when this is done he will consider him ! ry county, Oregon, and Smith River
members of the Legislature will then
I Valley, Cal., duly called on notice California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
be elected, who will choose a U. S. wofully mistaken if it thinks that Lake self compelled.
The loss of life by the flood at Toulouse, | signed by \V. A. Forgey, (the object,
Senator to succeed Hon. James K. | county will come to Siskiyou for flour,
is great. At the St. Uy prien quarter j as stated, being to elect three persons
lways on hand the best stock
' grain, etc., as that section will make
of Patent and Home-made Rifle and
215 corpses have al ready appeared. Twenty
Guns, single and double; Kevolvers
There Is no doubt, even in the minds
thousand persons have l>een deprived ofthe
patents; Pocket Pistols, neat,
of our opponents, but what with a good ; cles, admitting that the Yreka road is means of living in Toulouse alone. In one
small and powerful ; Derringers, the latest
only five houses remain out of four known as the “Chetco Wagon Road and best ; also, the best Powder and Pow
candidate the Democracy can carry j shorter and better than the one to ; i place
Hundred. Two villages are wholly inun
der Flasks ; Hunting and pocket knifes of
Oregon by a large majority. We Jacksonville. Nearly all the interests of dated. .The crops in the flooded country Company,”) II. G. Blake was elected the best brands; all sorts of Shot and
have been destroyed. One thousand lives Chairman, and M. B. Gregory, Secre Pouches; Caps, Wads and everything in
therefore request that all Democrats Lake county arc in Oregon and to Ore have been lost in all.
the S|»ortsman’s line.
He will also keep a full line of SHELF
who can do so be in attendance on the gon wHI they come, the Journal to the It appears that Professor Marsh’s com tary.
Nails and Rope of all kinds
plaints concerning the supplies furnished
primaries on the 17th and see that I
and sizes, Carpenters' and Wagon-Makers,
the Indians have had somo effect, notwith i Miller, and Alvin Cooley were unani- 'Pools, a complete assortment of Table and
"Hark From the Tomba."
good and staunch Democrats are sent
standing the contempt with which the In i inously chosen fur the object above Pocket Cutlery, together with a full supply
from the various precincts to the Coun
ot Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc.
Department treated them and their
In the Sentinel appears the follow terior
The above goods are all of the l>est qual
author when they were made. The appoint ; stated.
ty Convention. Southern Oregon, and
and will be sold
ment of a commission of military officers to
The meeting then adjourned.
* Jackson county especially, wields no ing :
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
If we want to win a brilliant victory over
II. G. B lake , Chairman.
mean influence in the State Conven Democracy in 1876 we must organize tor the grams give account this morning, is evident
New guns made to order, and repairing
M. B. G regory , Secretary.
battle. The opposition is sanguine, ly attributable to the disclosures or charges
promptly done and in good style. All or
tion, and a good delegation to it from great
watchful and thoroughly in earnest.
ders tilled with dispatch.
this section will do much towards se
A Strong Noininntion.
In view of the fact that all during Tho Memphis Jppea7, a Democratic or
curing the nomination of a candidate
who will attend to our wants at the the War, and along up to 1870, these i dential election depends upon the prudence
From a private telegram received
same Radical papers wero chanting of the South, tho victory is already won ;
yesterday, we learn that our old friend,
gleeful strains over the death of the for our people arc a unit in proclaiming that
AT MOST REASONABLE RATES!
lion. Wm. Irwin, formerly of the
The Portland Election.
Democratic party, doesn’t tho above secession is dead ; slavery is dead ; that the
Confederacy has expired ; that no one pro Yreka Union, has received the Demo
The municipal election in Portland
poses to exhume its remains; that wo dis cratic nomination for Governor of Cali
last weeK resulted in the choice of the party of the War days is, forsooth, miss all our resentment and propose to fornia. This is an eminently proper HARGADINE’S,
cherish no recollectioivof the war, save tho
ticKet supported by the Democrats and says the Democrat, a living, watchful, memory of the brave men who reflected and very strong nomination. Mr.
Independents, with the exception of earnest organization in these piping honor upon American valor.
Irwin is a staunch Democrat, of un
Henry Failing, who was beaten for times of peace, and already making Tho Albanian says that Friday night be doubted ability and strict integrity.
fore last, somo person entered the Clerk’s
Mayor by six votes by Dr. J. A. Chap the erstwhile insolent and triumphant office and effected an entrance to tho large The fact that he was nominated over
CHEAP FOR CASH!
man, the Republican candidate, and foe tremble in his boots ! It is indeed iron safe, and took therefrom about $1,000 such well known and prominent Dem
one Councilman. Mr. Failing may refreshing to note these cries of alarm in coin and county orders, placed there for ocrats as Hons. Phillip A. Roach, C. T.
J. M. McCALL & CO.
ascribe his defeat more to his aristo
he undersigned has just re -
morning John Burkhart, Deputy County Ryland, Thos. H. Findley, James A.
ave received and are still
turned from San Francisco, where he
cratic action toward the masses on va
receiving the largest and best selected
Clerk, on opening the door of the Sheriff’s Johnson and others, is sufficient proof
has purchased the most complete assort
stock of goods ever before offered to tha
rious occasions than to any other rea to renewed exertion and grander office, found lying on tho floor a note ad of his popularity and fitness. We pre ment of General Merchandise ever brought
this market, and is now receiving the public. The stock consists of
son. We believe the Democracy of achievements in the future.
dressed to Sheriff* Rice, and which was dict his election by a large majority. to
same. Having paid cash tor my goods and
found to contain tho unlooked for informa
boukht them cheap, I intend selling them
Portland are greatly in error in tailing
M amou ic Election.
FANCY & STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
CHEAP FOR THE CASH.
tion that the tin box, which ho had deposit
on to these Independents instead of
I take country produce in exchange for
ed in tho Clerk’s offico, was safely stowed
At the late session of tho Grand away
and also* sell to good men on time
putting up a ticKetof theirown, which
In tho bushes, about two hundred
as reasonable terms as any other house
SELLING OFF on
they could have easily elected. This Lodge A. F. & A. M., held in Port yards Inflow Albany, and containing min
n the county; but I intend to make the Gentlemen’s and Boys’ Clothing,
cash trade a specialty, and any one that has
ute directions for finding it. Tho Sheriff
election has no particular bearingon the land, the following officers wereelected immediately
cash to pay for goods will find it to their in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
politics of the State, unless it be in the and appointed for the ensuing year : missing box, which was found in the exact
terest to give me a call before purchasing.
R. B. IIARGADINE.
described by tho burglars, and con
fact that the Republican party has lost J. B. Congle, M. W. G. M.;T. H. Cox, locality
Ashland, May 11, 1875.
tained, besides the papers, etc., about $300 COST AND FREIGHT!
more instead of gaining any ground in D. G. M.; Robert Clow, 8. W.; J. 8. in coin, which the burglars had evidently
IRON and STEEL,
its former stronghold.
Sc’hencK, J. W.jTheo. Wygant, Treas left as a slight consolation for our Worthy
Sheriff. No clue has been discovered.
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY,
HE UNDERSIGNED, DESIRING TO
urer ; R. P. Earhart, Secretary ; J. R.
The Beecher-Tilton Case.
Probably tho item of minerals is the
close out business in JacKsonville, offers
Bayley, Chairman Educational Fund. greatest source of wealth to this State, but
(Successor to Caton <f Frey,)
for sale at cost and freight for cash his com
After a several days’ argument by The following officers were appointed almost wholly undeveloped. Gold, silver,
shawls, ribbons, ladies' and chil
Beach, counsel for Tilton,’the case vyas by the Most Worshipful Grand Master, lead, cinnabar, iron, etc., abound in all the goods,
dren’s hose and shoes^gentlemen’s furnish New Boot and Shoe Store.
submitted to the jury last week, but Mr. Congle : Jos. N. Dolph, Grand Or mountain ranges, but require large capital ing goods, hats, groceries, crocKery, lamps,
to successfully work tho mines. Some baskets, spoons, Knives and forks, tobacco
Prices to Suit the Times !
up to time of going to press no verdict ator ; Rev. W. H. Stratton, Grand classes of gold and silver mines are now and cigars, pipes, cutlery, stationery, toys,
had been returned. By the tenor ofi Chaplain ; A. G. Walling, Senior Dea working advantageously, says the Bulletin, found in a first-class variety* store.
the telegraphic dispatches it seems con ; T. G. Reames, Junior Deacon ; but the heavy work requires largo capital
My stock is fresh and of the bos*, and
aving permanently located
desiring anything in my line should
that a majority of the jurors are in Hiram Smith, Grand Standard-bearer; and will be prosecuted when labor and other thoso
in Jacksonville, I respectfully inform
Throe Thousand Bushels ot Wheat, in ex
expenses are cheap. These minerals are all givo mo a call.
the public that I am prepared to do all
Those knowing themselves indebted will
change for goods. Highest prices paid, and
favor of a verdict for Beecher. Judge D. P. Mason, Grand Sword-bearer. useful to the people of the world and will
I mean business. kinds of work in the boot and shoe-making Goods sold at Cash rates.
Neilson says he will keep the jury out F. B. Dunn, Grand Steward ; Seth L. be oxtraeted from the earth as the expense please settle immediately. BEN.
line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Please give us a call and convince your
six weeks if necessary.
JacKsonville, July 1, 1875.
G. W. FREY.
McCALL A CO.
. becomes less than the income and capital
And MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY!
FISHER & CARO,
NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS!!