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(UM KAI. NOI'EN AM) NEUN.
NEW, THIS WEEK.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
T. G. REAMES.
E. R. REAMES.
The following are the latest returns
Rich mines are being discovered
from this State. In most instances the
near Prescott, Arizona.
(Successors to White & Martin,)
The Cul>an question is agitating the majorities given are officii, while in
other cases we give the reported ma
DEMOCRATIC VICTORIES EAST! Cabinet at Washington.
In the East, there have been several jorities :
Hard Money Democracy Triumphant! severe shocks of earthquake.
Linn...................... . 237
Harvard students have been trying Marion.................
to blow up college buildings with Jackson ............... . 192
rpiir R UNDERSIGNED has just re -
tlirned from San Francisco, where he
has bought and is now receiving the best
Failures to the average amount of Multnomah
........... .......... c
100,000 a day have occurred in the Coos...................... . 103
East during the last month.
Most of the leading papers of all Clackamas.............
Ever brought to this market, consisting of LOW PRICES WILL WIN
parties denounce Grant for appointing
Zach. Chandler Secretary of the In Lake....................
HE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLFAS-
The statistics of the cattle disease in Columbia............. . 33
ure in notifying their friends and tho
of Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
public generally that they have purchased
England are of a most remarkable Tillamook............. • ..••••
the stock of White A Martin, and are now
Curry ................... . 25
receiving and opening a very large, exten
character, and the number of cases ex Polk......................
and well-selected assortment of
Mt»s!<i4lppi mid Wisconsin
tuto ceedingly large.
Ein«*! I>emo«*ri»tic Malus Elsewhere !
Dr. S. Palmer, of Douglas county, 1 Wasco.................. . 155
Ladies’ Dress Goods and Trimmings,
As the returns of the November has been indicted for manslaughter in 1 Umatilla.............. . 200
elections arrive, tho results in the causing the death of Mrs. L. Belfils Grant...................
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
T lvor ..•••••••••••••
various States become very encou rag- through incompetency.
ing for the Democracy, They gain
California & Salem Cloths and Blankets,
some very substantial victories and
of Land Commissioners for the State
Jose nothing in particular to denote that
Lane’s plurality , 319.
In large variety, at lower prices than any
LADIES’ A GENTS’ HATS,
a reaction has taken place in favor of
Whitney has received C37 votes as
the first Tuesday in February, May,
far as heard from, and Dimick 236.
STATIONERY, NOTIONS. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Other Firm in Oregon.
In Pennsylvania, the Radicals elect
A Xew Candidate lor President.
Eastern Oregon papers are already
their State ticket by less than 20,000
The Ohio election prognosticates no They also offer thoir largo assortment of
up a grand joint celebration for
Hats and Caps,
majority, which is small, considering
the vast advantage they had in the the Fourth of July, next year. The
Which T will soil for country produce, or LADIES, CHILDREN A MISSES SHOES.
campaign. In the first place, this Union county fair grounds is proposed dential candidates who have been ;
good mon on time as cheap as the cheap
est ; but if you have cash to pay for goods,
State has gone Democratic but once
I am your man. Cash is my strong suit. I
■ brings forward at once onto the front CHEAPER than the VERY CHEAPEST ! will
sell so much cheaper than Grangers
since the war, (in 1S74) and then only the Cascades is expected to join.
I will make them know that a mid
The Henline Mining Company, com
by a small majority. Through the
dleman in this line is not only a luxury but We have also In connection with the above
a very large and fine stock of choice
an absolute necessity. I have a band of
blundering of the Democracy this posed of citizens of ¡Salem, has fully claims ; Governor Hayes, says the
year, in adopting an inflation plank. organized under our general incorpo New York JUor/iZ, has suddenly as. ! We guarantee every article sold by us as
R. B. IIARGADINE.
GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, QUEENS
represented. Call and see us before pur
Republican success was conceded and
WARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
certain. We do not believe that any taken out on the Santian) insures a ty. For although nothing can be chasing elsewhere. You will save money
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS!
PAINTS, OILS, NAILS, WIN
Democrat was foolish enough to ex “good thing” for all interested, and more certain than that the election of by doing so.
DOW GLASS, CAST AND
pect a party triumph there, after the the work will be pressed.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED, SHERIFF OF
The ship Western Shore, built at
STEEL PLOWS, WOOD
reverse in Ohio, where the Democracy
I Jackson county, Oregon, will meet the
refused to stand solid for this heresy, Coos Bay by Simpson Bros., has made
EN AND WILLOW
receiving taxes.on the following days in their
and which fact was again verified in a trip from San Francisco to Liverpool issue which the Republicans even of
respective precincts, at their usual places of
voting, and will remain in each precinct
Pennsylvania. The only surprise is in 104 days, the fastest time of the j Ohio never accepted as a party issue,
from 9 o’clock a . m ., until 4 o’clock r. M., of
each day, to-wit:
season, and the return voyage was and on which the Radical party at
that the majority is not greater.
Jacksonville............................... December 1st
We arc now ready to sell anything in our
New York comes gallantly to the made in 110 days; thus beating the large cannot pretend to go before the
2d line at lowest cash prices. Persons wishing
3d to buy goods will find it greatly to their ad
rescue with a large majority for the best time of the season by 24 days.
; ords of the last fourteen years, yet
4th vantage to examine our stock before pur
Democracy. We may have lost the
The report of the Bureau of Statis
elsewhere, as we are determinerwiot
the better portion of the Republican
Legislature through dissensions exist tics shows that during the fiscal year
by any house in Jackson
party will unquestionably begin at
ing in New York city, although there ended June 29, 1875, there arrived in
jpff-Give us a call, and then judge for
once to gather around Gov. Hayes as a
is still a prospect that the official re the United States 227,493 immigrants,
to furnish goods
13th as above. as to our capacity
turns may bring us in a majority even which is 180,149 below the number
there. However, the Legislature is received in 1874, and less than one- | even for Governor Hayes to make
!, headway against the general drift of
21st HUNTERS’ EMPORIUM!
of little consequence at present, as no half the number that arrived in 1873. !
’ Grant and his Administration. But
U. S. Senator is to be elected. But
Rock Point............................ :....
The Washington Chronicle is re he will certainly be urged to under-
the Democratic State ticket has a ma sponsible for the statement that at
Tax-pavers will please pay their taxes at HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE
I take the task.
jority w hich will run up to 20,000 and Sparta, Tennessee, graves of pigmies
the above stated times. The law in regard
to their collection will be strictlv enforced.
T a » m of the Pacific.
over. The reform measures of Gov. have been found with headstones and
I. W. MANNING,
y virtue of an execution
Tilden have driven from Democratic pottery. The skeleton of one pigmy
Sheriff and Tax-Collector of Jackson Co.
A special from Seattle, Puget Sound,
duly issued out of the Circuit Court for
ranks all persons who affiliated with was twenty-six inches long, the thigh reports the following from Port
Josephine county, State of Oregon, and to
me directed, in favor of John Bolt and
the party from corrupt motives, and who bones being little thicker than a man’s Townsend : The American ship Mes against
Wong Faun and Yim Yam, for the
sum of $623.70. gold coin, and $121.62 costs
naturally have sought refuge with the finger.
senger arrived on the 7th, nine days and
attorney fees, and also the accruing
and a Half Miles above Bybee's,
Republicans and materially aided them
Senator Bayard of Delaware made from San Francisco, and reports pick costs, I have levied upon and will sell at Tiro
in the election, which accounts for the a speech the other day at Richmond, ing up part of the pilot house, twenty public auction for cash, at the Court House
door in Kerbyville, Josephine county, Ore
ON ROGUE RIVER.
increase in their vote. This fact Virginia, in which he declared him miles south of Cape Flattery, with gon, on
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
makes our victory the more glorious, self a hard money man, and said if Henry L. Jelley, the only surviving
Wednesday, December 15, 1875,
and shows New York to be a reliable the American people were true to passenger of the steamship Pacific, between the hours of nine o’clock a . m . and rpiIE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEAS- 4 LWAYS ON II AND THE BEST STOCK
.A ot Patent and Home-made Rifle ami
four o’clock p. m . of said day, all right, title
Democratic commonwealth. The party themselves they would never rest un which sailed from Victoria Thursday and
interest of the said Wong Faun and L ure in notifying the public that they Shot Gnus, single and double; Revolvers
have established a new ferry at the above of the latest patents; Pocket Pistols, neat,
in that State has kept true to its tra til they had restored the standard of morning, and foundered forty miles Yim Yam in and to the following described named
place, and have the largest and saf small and powerful ; Derringers, the latest
real and personal property, to-wit : An
ditions, resolved for hard money, and value so that we might have a firm south of Flattery Thursday evening. undivided three-fourths (%)interest of that est boat on the river, furnished with the and best ; also, the best Powder and Pow
certain ditch known as the Baitman ditch, strongest win* rope, find eharge less for der Flasks; Hunting and pocket knifes of
the consequence is a signal triumph.
Mr. Jelley floated on the pilot house the waters of which are brought from Wil ferrying. Gives us a trial.
basis for our prosperity.
the best brands; all sorts of Shot and
TAYLOR A CO.
Pouches ; Caps, Wads and everything in
In Mississippi, a grand victory has
A correspondent writing from Cur from Thursday night to Saturday mines; also all the right, title and interest
the Sportsman’s line.
been gained, and the government of
He will also keep a full lino of SHELF
ry county says an expedition from the morning. Mr. Jelley is too low to of said Wing Faun and Yim Yam to certain
PRO BONO PUBLICO
HARDWARE, Nailsand Rope of all kinds
that unforturate State at least partially
Smithsonian Institute, under the su give full particulars. All the passen situated in the Williamsburg Mining Dis
and sizes, Carpenters’ and Wagon-Makers,
wrested from the carpet-baggers and
'fools, a complete assortment of Table and
pervision of Paul Shoonemaker, late
Pocket Cutlery, together with a full supply
negroes who, ever since the war, have
of the United States Northwest Coast crew, numbering about 150, are lost.
Sheriff of Josephine county, Oregon. 1 fied that I have placed my notes and of Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Glass, etc.
involved it in bloodshed and ruin.
’fin* above goods are all of th© best qual
Kerbyville, November 8, 1875.
accounts in the hands of my attorney, IL
The Result of the Ohio Election.
Survey, sent out for the purpose of
ity, and will bo sold
The Democracy elect nearly all the
make immediate and forced collection in ev
gathering Indian relics, to lie exhibited
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
The New York Herald's Washing ANNIVERSARY BALE! ery
Congressmen, a gain of from three to
instance where security is not given.
at the coming Centennial, is unearth ton special says not the least impor
New guns made to order, and repairing
Those knowing themselves indebted to
five, secure both branches of the Leg
done and in good style. All or
ing and plundering the alxxriginal tant result of the defeat of Allen in
without delay, as this is my last call. My ders filled with dispatch.
islature, and carry the State by a large
“Macphelah, ” near the mouth of Ohio is the impression made upon Ruth Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 4, business must be settled !
the sentiment of the Democratic party
Jacksonville, Sept. 9, 1874.
The latest new’s from Wisconsin, al
O. O. F.,
in the South. The conversion of the
ways a steadfast Republican State,
denotes the election of the entire Dem itics before her. The election of Con faltering and the confirmation of the TO BE GIVEN AT VEIT SCHUTZ’ HALL,
Two Hundredth, Edition.
ocratic ticket, with possibly the excep gressman took place on the 25th inst. strong in faith on hard money will
N AND AFTER THE TENTH DAY
of September, 1S75, the Patrons of Hus
tion of Governor, which is a decided Next June come the general, State bring a united hard money delegation
Mill Company will cease to grind
and county elections. In the Fall from the South to the National Demo
on exchange, except for family use tor pro Revised and corrected Lv the author, E. do
ducers, in unbranded sacks; and instead
F. CURTIS, M. I)., Ac.
Late telegrams from Minnesota and comes the Presidential, and as the cratic Convention next year. Even
will buy wheat and pay the highest market
Kansas report a considerable gain in
price therefor. For particulars, apply at
Reception Com m ittee :
4 MEDICAL ESSAY ON THE CAUSE
the Legislatures of those States by the
K. Kubli, Newman Fisher, C. W. Savage.
it and cure of premature decline in man,
come on the same day as the Presi- ing. This is a subject of much con
showing how health is lost, and how re
J. S. HERRIN, President.
H oot Managers :
gained. It gives a clear synopsis of the im-
Henry Klippel, F. Luy, T. T. McKenzie,
Massachusetts goes Republican by a dential, the successor of Lane will in Washington and elsewhere.
pediments to marriage, the treatment of
also be elected on that day.
nervous and physical debility, exhausted
small majority, while that party also
Committee of Arrangements :
vitality, and all other diseases appertaining
The Ohio election is not such a vic.
Mrs. Louise Savage, Mrs. Rachel Fisher,
thereto ; the results of twenty years’ suc
secures a slight ascendancy in the
Mrs. Jane Kubli, J. Miller, Sol. Sachs.
Legislature of New Jersey ; but no U. tory after all for the Republicans.
Through the aid of scared Democrats,
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
fi. Senator will be chosen there now.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
ickets , ( including supper ) $3.50.
ON “MANHOOD.”—There 1» no
Maryland, Virginia and Tennessee who bolted on the school and financial
otice is hereby given that
eral invitation extended to the public.
ot society by whom this book will
niTIE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER, not bo found useful, whether he lie parent,
signify their allegiance to tho Demo
by the County Court of Jackson County,
1 has now on hand and is constantly man
cratic faith by large majorities for the
Oregon, Administrator of tho Estate of
ufacturing the best Imager Beer in Southern preceptor or clergyman.— Bondon Times.
CURTIS ON “MANHOOD.”—This book
ity less than six thousand. If the Pleasant W. Stow, deeeased.
Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to
All jiersons indebted to said estate are
should be read by the young for instruc
U. S. LAND OFFICE, )
tion, and by the afflicted' for relief; it will
Taking the November elections as a election demonstrates anything at all, requested to settlo the same immediately,
oseburg , October 27, 1875. j
injure no one.— Medical Times and Gazette.
whole, it is plainly evident that if the
OMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTER- NOTICE TO FARMERS.
Price.—One dollar, by mail or express.
date can carry Ohio in the Presidential vouchers to me at my place of business in
ed at this Office by A. J. Henderson
Democracy has gained little it has lost contest by a majority of 25,000.
Address the author, DR. CURTIS, 520 Sut
against the heirs of Wm. B. Bailey, deceased,
the town of Jacksonville within six mouths
ter Street, or P. O. Box 337, San Francisco,
less. If, through its own blundering,
for abandoning his homestead entry, No.
from the date hereof.
O THE FARMERS OF JACKSON Cal.
Chicago, the largest grain market in
2201, dated August 1, 1875, upon the N. E.
HERMAN V. HELMS,
County : The proprietors of the Ash
it has beaten itself in one or two
% of N. E. % of section 20, and the W. % of
Administrator of said Estate.
land Mills will not exchange flour for wheat,
the world, handles about 90,000,000
N. W. % and N. W. J4 of S. W. J4 of section only for the producer’s own consumption,
States, it has made ample reparation
November 2, 1875 .
GEORGE W. FREY,
bushels annually, and has now in
21, Township 39 south, range 8 west, in Jo and that in their own sacks, unbranded ;
in others. There is reason for encour
sephine county, Oregon, with a view to the but will buy good milling wheat and pay
operation eighteen steam elevators,
cancellation of said entry : the said parties the highest market price.
agement tor the Democratic party in
(Successor to Caton <C Prey,)
are hereby summoned to appear at this Of
with a capacity of 15,350,000 bushels,
these elections. Where it has kept in
Ashland, August 18, 1875.
the undersigned has been appointed fice on the 11th day of December, 1875, at
1 o’clock p. m ., to respond and furnish tes
the right track it has triumphed, while or more than the average product of i
by the County Court of Jackson County,
New Boot and Shoe Store.
merited defeat has met the party 1,000,000 acres of the fertile wheat Oregon, Administrator of the Estate oi La- timony concerning
whenever it attempted to endorse a producing lands of the continent. vinia
J. C. F ullerton , Receiver.
All ]>ersons indebted to said estate are
heresy, as it did the inflation dogma in Their capacity varies from 200,000 requested to settle the same immediately,
HE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED
Ohio and Pennsylvania. These results bushels to 1,500,000. The entire cost and all those having claims against said
to make preliminary survey of Mining
cannot but be beneficial, and the year
Claims in conformity to the new law of aving permanently located
vouchers to me at my place of business in
1876 will witness the Democracy thor
the town of Jacksonville within six months niHE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY NOTI- Congress. All lode claims held under said
in Jacksonville, I respectfully inform
I ties the public that whereas my wife has law are required to be surveyed and tho
oughly united, in which condition it ation was about five million dollars, from the date hereof.
the public that I am prepared to do all
left my bed and board without cause or survey recorded.
HERMAN v. HELMS,
kinds of work in the boot and shoe-making
will wage effective warfare for the exclusive of the cost of the grounds
provocation, I will pay no debts of her con
J AM ES S. HOW ARD, Surveyor.
line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Novembex* 2, 1875.
Oflieo at Jacksonville, Oregon.
G. W. FREY.