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R atifying the N ominations .—
X R X E Y
A M ournful M eeting .— The San
Francisco papers have full accounts of I The Albany Democrat has the follow
ing concerning the ratification meeting
what was intended to be a grand rati in Albany on the evening of June
PRO CE AM AITON.
JULY 7, 1876 I
fication of the Radical nominees for 30th : “The nominations of Samuel
' J X •
I’n-nidviil and Vice-President, held i > J. Tilden, of New York, for President
M'.IIT OS THE FARM.
CHICAGO AND NORTH-WESTERN
Union Hull on the eveningof June 21st. and Thomas A. Hendricks, of Indiana,
N >w all clucked hoiuo to their feather bed* From the reports It seems to have for Vice President, were ratified by
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDI FÜR
Are tne velvety chicks of the downy heads, been rather a Blaine mortification than the Democracy <»f the Capital of Linn
In th* oM Dutch style with the beds shove, a Hayes ratification meeting. It is county last night in.the good old-fash
evident now, if not before, that there ioned way. A salute of 100 guns were
\U under the wings of a hovering love,
13 KIGHT’S DISEAS1
is sorrow in the camp of the enemy i fired on the plaza, under tlie direction
With a tew .’kinked in, as plump a* wrens,
THE POPULAR ROUTE OVERLAND.
over tho downfall of the Gollah of of Messrs. Win. Brown and George
Around the edge of the ruflied Lena !
AND A POSITIVE REMEDY FOR
their party. His name was received Hughes. The Mechanics Brass Band
With nose on the grass the dog keeps guard,
Passengers for Chicago, Niagara Falls,
furnished the music. The evening
With long-drawn breath in the old farm-yard
Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Montreal, Quebec.
train brought Ilia Excellency, L. F. Complaints, Non-Retention or jincontinence
The cattle stand on the scattered straw.
Now York, Boston, or any point East,
from the Capital, accompanied of Urine, Irritation, Inflammation, or Ul T HAVE LATELY BROUGHT OUT should buy their
And cease the swing ot the under jaw.
gushed about his “mighty arm.” Mr. by Hon. A. II. Brown, State Treasu ceration of the
1 from the East two pure blood imported
The cat’s eyes shine in the currant bush,
stallions, the best I could rind.
Phelps, Timothy Guy, called him a rer, and Hon. J. II. Hackleinan, who
BLADDER and KIDNEYS,
Dew on the grass and stars in the hush,
Via the Pioneer Route.
lion. The political Fillibuster of the were escorted to the Court House, Spermatorrhoea, Leueorrhoea or Whites,
PRIDE OF PERCHE
And over the marsh the lightning-bug
Pacific coast, Tom Fitch, exhausted Avhere the meeeting Avas organized by Irregular or Painful Menses, Bearing Down,
out from France to Ohio in 1874, and THE CHICAGO A NORTH-WESTER M
Is twinging his lamp to the bull-frog's chug,
his store of wordy titles in honor, not the electiou of Hon. 8. D. Haley Chlorosis, Sterility and all complaints in i Came
season ot '75 in Wisconsin. He Is
And the slender chaps in thegreeuisb tights.
of Rutherford Hayes, hut Blaine. He Chairman. After a few remarks Judge : cident to females.
a dark dapple gray, well fbrmed, line stylo,
That jingle and trill the sleigh-bell Dights;
called him gifted, gallant and glorious ; Haley introduced the Governor, who i
KEARNEY’S EXTRACT BUCHU
Tn TS TS THE BEST ROUTE EAST
The shapes with the padded feel prowl round,
that I have never seen equaled in any
lesser yet greater than Macbeth. He proceeded to make one of the best | For stone in the Bladder, Calculus (»ravel I action
And the crescent moon has ruu aground,
called him Ruperkand white-plumed speeches Ave ever heard upon a like I or Brickdust Deposit and mucus or milky horse of iris size.
It« Track i« nf STEEL R AILS, and on if ha« beet»
And the inky beetles blot the ujght
discharges, and diseases of the prostrate
made tlm FASTEST time that ha« ever been MADE in
And have blundered out the candle light!
th'« country. Bv thin route rmeeneer« for point« ea»t
comparison in Mr. Fitch’s speech. one and was frequently interrupted
' Arrived in Ohio last August from France. of Chicago have choke of the following lines from Chicagor
KEARNEY'S EXT. BUCHU
And everywhere the pillow fair
Then came in like strain John M. with boisterous applause. At the con- ( Cures abuses arising from imprudence, hab | He is a dark iron gray, a young horse of BY THE PITTSBUItG. FORT WAYNE AND CHICAGO
Are printed with heads of tumbled hair.
great promise, of immense power, as is
AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILWAYS,
Time walks the bouse with a clock-tick tread, I Coghlan, of tapeworm ticket notoriety. 1 elusion of the Governor’s speech, Mr. : its of dissipation, etc.., in all their stages, at shown by his general make-up, action ami O THROUGH TRAINS DATLY. with Pullman Patee»
Bill Stewart, of the Emma mine dis P. E. Fairish of San Francisco was in little expense, little or no change in diet, no life.,
• > Car» through to Philadelphia aud New York on
Without aud within tho tarin’s abed 1
inconvenience, and no exposure, ft causes i These stallions will be larger than White each train.
troduced, who made one of those hap a frequent desire, and gives strength to uri
-s THROUGH TRAIN, with Pullman Palace Cari to
IJ’OI» K WITH J 50.VG.
cises. When he got through an en py efforts that made the welkin ring. nate, thereby removing obstructions, pre Prince
Together with White Prince. Pride of I R iltinic.re and Washington,
THE LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN
thusiastic individual moved that ■ After the conclusion of the speeches a
Petche and Fleury will he found at my sta- i BV RAILWAY
Bower to weave the web of life
AND CONNECT! NS ¿NEW YORK CEN
bins lor theuccominoilatioij ot the publie till
Blaine be invited to come to California, Tilden and Hendricks club was organ ing all poisonous matter.
TRAL AND ERIE RAILROADS:)
With a bright and golden rilling :
26th. Afterthat, Fleury rvill remain ■ Q THROUGH TRAINS DAILY. With Palace Drawing
and this proposition was received with ized by the election of Hon. S. D. Ha- ' i’sed by persons in the decline or change March
To do God's work with a ready hand.
here for the chining season. White Prince ; • » Room aud Silver Palace Sleep ng Cars through to
rapturous applause. Poor Hayes and i ley, temporary Chairman, and G. II. j of life: after confinement or labor pains, and Pride of PerclioAvill go to Albany and ' N ew Y nrk.
And a heart that is always willing,
in children, etc.
Salem, returning about the last of July.
I BY THE MICHIGAN CENTRAL. GRAND TRJJNK,
Wheeler came in now and then, but it I Stewart, temporary Secretary. Sever- ' bed-welting
says: “One bottle of Kear
AT AV ESTEP. N AND ERIE AND NEW TORK CEN
Titan to snap the frail and delicate thread
was much more a gathering of the al committees were appointed and ney’s Extract Buchti is worth more than all it an object to see and learn bow the l’er- i GRE
Of our curious live« asunder.
moulnrrs than a jollification meeting.
other Buchus couibinetL”
THROUGH TRAINS, with Pullman Palace Drawing
cherou stock was filling the wants orexpee- ;
• > Rotan end Sleeping Cer.« throueH to New York to
And theu blame heaven for the tangled web The lack of enthusiasm in the interest • other proceedings had which will be
tations of the public^ and H oav the colts from Niagara
Falls, Buffalo, Rochester, or New York city
i published in full. The meeting theu
Kearney’s Ext. Buchu
And sit aud grieve and wonder.
White Prince Avould compare with those ot !
of Hay’s was clearly demonstrated and adjourned with nine cheers for Tilden, I
BY BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD:
Permanently cures all affections of thu other stallions of this stock.
THROUGH TRAIN'S DAILY’, with Pullman Patee»
I all the “gush” of the talkers was Hendricks and victory.
Better to weave the wool and warp,
bladder, kidneys and dropsical swellings ! It is now 25 years since its introduction .
Car- for Newark. Zanesville, Wheeling, Warhiug-
existing in men, women and children, uo i
ton and Baltimore without change.
Wi h a pa tjrn of Heaven’s own choosing,
in Illinois. The one-fourth and one-half
I matter what the age.
Wiuuing ibe palm aud the tuneful harp,
bloods make tine, valuable animals, bring- ■ This is the SHORTEST. BEST and unir line running
N ew A pplication .—The Republi Ask for Kearney’s. Take no other.
Pullman .elebmted PALACE SLEEPING CARS AND
And the crown, with no tear of losing.
at least double tlie price of good com- ' COACHES.
j can party seeking a continuance in
connecting with Union Pacific Railroad at
Depot, Cor. Maiden Lane and William mon slock, the supply being not equal to <»•'.Ali A and from ihe WEST, via Grand Junction. Mar-
T ue F eeding of H orses .—The 1 power on account of its character may
Then alike in the shade and the sun
th»» demand at that.
street, New York.
»ball. C..<lar Rítpfd-, Clinton, Sterling and Dixon, for
Michigan Farmer says: Almost of be illustrated thus :
The colts from White Prince bred in Ore CHICAGO AND THE EAST.
Let the shuttle of life fly fleetly,
more importance than the form in\ The other evening a very excited respondence and give advice gratis. Send gon equal any of this stock I saw while j This popular route is nnsu ,-»a««ed for Speed. Contort
And the Master’s words, “Well and faith
East. I have not learned of a single person and Safety. The »month, «re!l-balla»ted and perfect
which food is given, is the frequency | man called at tho Central Station, and stamp tor pamphlets free.
that has bred or bought a Prince colt but track of steel rail«, the coielaMed Pullman Palnee
and regularity of meals. The horse’s ' demanded a warrant for the arrest of
Wholesale Agents, Sail Francisco. is Avell pleased with them and regret that Sleeping Cars, the perfect Telegraph System of moving
Will fall on us daily and sweetly.
digestive organs are not constructed i his neighbor for slander. He was told I And by Drugg sts everywhere.
train«, the regularity with which they run. the admira
they do not have more of them.
ble arrangement for running through cars to Chicago
Let us work for our God with a song,
for long fasts. Long intervals without ■ how to bring about such a result, and
from all points ATe-t. »enure to passenger« all the com
forts in modern Railway Traveling. No change« of Cara
Weave a robe for the soul's adoruing,
food produce hunger, and hunger be then he wanted to know how much
that all breeders should patronize exclu and no tedious delays at Ferries.
And cheerily hope it cannot be long,
fore gets voracity ; food is bolted, and damage he could probably recover.
sively ; but that there is no breed or family
Pa«‘engem will find Tickets via tbf< Favorite Route at
For the dawn ot a nightless morning.
of large horses known that cross so well
indigestion and colic follow’. This Is
General Ticket Office of the Central Pacific Rail
“What is the slander ?” asked the
with the common stock of tho country, and the
doubly true and dangerous with horses captain.
ock soap is a natural pro - their produce will equal them for solid road, Sacramento.
Ticket« for sale in all the Ticket Office» of the Centra!
P roclamation by the P resident . doing hard work. They come to their '
dnet, possessing most marvelous cleans form, size, stvle and action, which is no Pacific
W. II. STENNETT.
ing anti cosmetic, pro|»erties.* Besides other
—Thu following proclamation was is long-deferred meal not oDly hungry, '
doubt froni the fact that the Percheron has
M ARVIN HUG HITT. Gen Snp.
Gen Paa. Axent.
saponaceous substances it contains Alumi des^cmlen trom the Arab, as will be seen by
H. P. STANAVOOD, General Agency, 121 Montgomery
sued by the President on the 26th : but exhausted ; not only is the food j was sent to jail.”
’■treot. San Frain-i-co.
na, which is more powerfully detersive than tho following:
The Centennial anniversary of the ' boiled, but the stomach is in such a I “And didn’t you steal two bogs ?”
most Alkaline Soaps. Rock Soap is ascer
aa as a Percheron stallion imported
tained by analysis to haA'e detersive proper from France by .Toff. K. Clark, of St. Louis.
day on which the people of tho Uui- state as to be incapable of thoroughly
ties valuable to an eminent degree for tho Mo., weighing 1,700 pounds, who trotted on
ted States declared their rights to a active digestion, and is overpowered
purposes for which it is recommended, and the St. Louis Fair Grounds, with two men
separate and equal station among the i by half the amount of food it cotrtd
to contain nothing injurious for such pur I in a barouche, a mile in 3:42. I have seen
“Well, I Just wan’t this town to un poses. Aller using it no one will be without
powers ot the earth, seems to demand otherAvise digest. The preventation
” shouted the indignant man, it. It is perfectly marvelous in its opera this
The Germantown Telegraph states that at
exceptional observance. The founders of waste is almost attained when we
tlie Norfolk County Fair a pair of stallion«,
of the government at its birth and its give a proper form ; but there are two “that a fellow can steal two hogs and
FOR HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES. - It of the Fercherou bleed, attached to an om
cleans kitchen utensils, glass and tinware ; nibus containing six people, drew it one
feebleness invoked the blessing of Di points to which it is right to devote still have a pile of character left I”
polishes gold and silver; removes oil and mile in four minutes.
vine Providence, and thirteen colonies some attention—the form of the man
tables and floors. It is a great
This, I think, is better time than most of •• Hear, for I will speak of excellent
W alking F isii . -Tho Hartford saving from
aud three millions of people have ex gers an<l attention to the wants of
nt time and labor.
bred from celebrated trotters »’ould
WASHING POWDER.—It is unrivaled make with the same load.
panded into a nation of strength aud the individual animals. The manger Evening Post says : William W. Wil-
PO.YDS EXTRACT-The great Vegeta hl»
Washing Clothes. It is not an alkali,
Pain Ikeatroyer. Has been in u-r (J»< r
Tho sire of Lulu, who is designated by
numbers, ¿commanding the position should not be less than three feet long, cox, who has Just returned to Middle for
softens the water, loosening the dirt, sporting men as the “Queen of the Turf.”
thirty years, nn<l for ch anlineaeand prompt
curative virtues cannot be excelled.
which then was asserted, and for which eighteen inches wide, and twelve
and makes washing less hilx»nous ; and having made tlie three l»est mile heats »»n
CIIIEDHI.y. No family can afford tobewithout
fervent prayers were then offered. It inches deep. Thej’ should have an frorn Sherman, Colorado, on the line of leaves th»» clothes much whiter, Avithout auv I record, was a half-blood Nornian.
Pond's Extract. Accident», Bruises.
the injurious effects attending the use ot
Contusions, Cuts, N|>rains, are relieve!
stems filliug that on the occurrence of upper border of wood projecting in the Risky Mountains — 8,200 feet of
soda or washing powder, which all contain
almost instantly by external application.
the hundredth anniversary of our ex wards for two inches and a transverse above the level of the sea—2,000 more or less enlistie properties. If is gunr- Twenty-five dollars. U. S. gold coin, the
I’romptly relieves pains of Burn«, Neu I da.
Excoriations, Chafings, Old Mores.
antccd not to injure in the least degree the season—-excepting White Prince fillies, who
istence as a nation, grateful acknowl bar ot half-inch across the middle.
Holla, Felons, Corns, etc. Arrt-st« in
finest fabrics, and will save halt the soup will oti I a ' bo bred by special agreement,
flammation, reduces au ell in;?», stops bleeding,
edgments should be made to almighty A piece of two-inch hoop iron, on the species called by the boys out there generally
used. It saves an enormous
removes discoloration »»><1 beats lapidly.
God for the protection vouchsafed to t >p of the manger, protects it from the walking fish. It has four legs, waste in soap, and wear and tear in «dot lies. Willamette.
FEMALE WEAKXENSE9. it always retieves
Pasturage for mares from a distanee. 62’..
pain in the back mid loitis, fullness and pie.,«-
FOR TOILET AND BATH.—Rock Noap
our beloved country. I therefore in damage by the horse’s teeth. This which it uses when on land, and its
inz rain in the head, nausea, vertigo.
■ cents per week ; but no aecmmtability as
vite the good people of the United simple arrangement prevents the horse
SX EEY'CORRIItEA it. ha« noequal. All kinds of
without any deleterious effect upon the
ulcerations tovrhich I art in ure»ubj>«t a i
States, on the approaching 4th day of from throwing out his corn, and the in the water the l»*gs double up, and a skin.
W. C. MY EK. I
promptly eurel. l-’uller details iu book iiecum-
panyinF each battle.
July, in addition to the usual observ provender is not set in so thick a layer i ring of fins around the neck stands vigorous and healthy tone to tho skin: it Ashland, I'eb. lri. J876.
—blind or Bleeding—mwt prunin' »riv f
restores the freshness and bloom of youth I
ances with which they are accustomed as in the ordinary narrow and shal
and ready cure. No cu»e, however chi jua: or
fish in swimming.
obstinate, can long icaist its ivenlnr u.-e.
to greet the return of that day, further, low maqger.
up with a brilliant lalad, aud is having an
VARICOSE VEIXS. It i* the only sura « ura.
such manner and at such time as in
JvlDA'EE DISEASES. It has uo equal lor p r-
immense sale. I < sells itself. See quotations.
their respective localities and religious
BLEEDIA’G from any cause. For thi< ii i« a spe
W e all H ave our S at a ns .—
cific. It has saved hundreds of lives uten a I
party may be most convenient, to Each one of us have a different Satan. ADOPTED AT SALEM ON APRIL ex
well to avail themselves of t his. tlie great-;
other remedies failed to arrest bleeding fro;.»
mark its recurrence by some public, Satan comes to one man in the form
1876, BY TIIE STATE CONVENTION.
nose, stomach, Innes, ami <>l«ew)>erc.
est boon over laid at thealiarot suffering <
Earache, Nieuralgi* »»'I
religious and devout thanksgiving to of idleness, and makes him waste day
Rheumatism are all alike relicted, uod
tee to forfeit 8500 for every case of seminal
___ often permanently cured.
Almighty God for the blessings which after day, year after year, until he has assembled, re-atlirms the platform of princi
weakness, or private disease of any kind '
PHYSICIAXSof all schools who:are acquainted with
have been bestowed upon us as a na wasted his whole life doing nothing. ples adopted at the last Democratic State
or character Avhieh he undertakes and
Pond's Extract of Witch Hasel recom
mend it iu their practice. AVe have letters of
j tails to cure. He would therefore say
tion during a centenary of our exist Satan conies to another man as work, Convention, and adopt the following in ad
commendation from hundreds of Physician»,
tn the unfortunate sufferer av 1 k > may read .
to the same, to-wit :
ence, and humbly to invoke the con and makes him destroy himself in the dition
many of whom order it for use in their own.
this notice that yon aro treading upon’
Resolved, That the action of the Demo
practice. In addition to tbs foregoing, they
tinuance of His protection. In wit opposite way by wearing out prema cratic House of Representatives of the Uni
dangerous ground Avhen you longer do- j
order its n«e for Swellings of all kinds.
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Inflamed Ton
lay in seeking tho proper remedy fori
ness whereof, I have hereunto set my turely, his brain and his body. He ted States, in ferreting out corruption and
sils, simple and chromo Diarrhoea, Ca
• your complaint. Yon may be in the first I
bringing crim.nais to justice, merits the
hand and caused the seal of the Uni comes to another as Christian zeal, and commendation
tarrh (for which it is a »ptcife>, Chil
of eA’ery true patriot.
Opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,
blains, Frosted Feet, Stings ’of
ted Slates to be affixed. Done at the the man becomes a bigot, full of fire Resolved, That the largo influx of Chinese
the last. If you are bordering upon the
Insects, Mosquitoes, etc.. Chapped
| last, ajid aro suffering some or all its ill |
Hand», Face, and indeed all uumi'«r of
city of Washington this 26th day of for the Lord ; but the Lord he serves immigration to the Slates of the Pacific
June, A. D. 1876; and of the Indepen ¡8 a God of wrath, a God who cares for
TOILET (TSE. liemoves Soreness, Roughness
procrastination.the time must come when '
; that the Chinese are a people that I
and Smarting) huuls Cuts, Eruptions
dence of the Uuited Slates of America trifles, a God who prefers sacrifice to country
the most skillful physician can render
have not, and never can bo brought to have,
und Pimp’ss. It rerii-et, inrtftralej and
whilo wonderfully improving the
u. 8. G rant .
mercy. He comes to him as charity, prosperity of our Government and its insti
will l>e closed against you ; when no an- j
Ly the President,
but it is a charity which tolerates evil tutions : and that wo pledge ourselves to
TO FARMERS—Pond’s Extract. No Stock
gel of mercy can bring you relief. In no
Breeder, no Livery Man can afford to be with
H amilton F ish ,
case has the Doctor failed of success.
and lets it alone, which has no edge use our best endeavors for the adoption of
out it It is used by all the leading Livery
Secretary of the State.
measures as will prevent and cure this MADAME HOLT.
Stables, Street Kailronds and first Rorteucu
Proprietress. ; Then let not, despair work upon your im
to it, no courage ; an indolent charity, such
agination, but ha ail yourself of the ben-
in New York City. I thus noequal for Sprains,
which is not love at all, but only easy
Harness or Saddle Chafings,
R evolution in G rain S acks .—It good nature. So he disguises himself Resolved, That our inestimable system of
Scratches, Swellings, Cuts, Lacerations, Bleed
schools, and our no less valuable
ings, Fneumdnia, Colie, Diarrhoea, Chills.
Feeins that there is to be a revolution as an angel of light, calling himself common
skill, or before" grim death hurries you
Colds, &c. Its range of action is wide, and tho
scheme of religious toleration, are the work
relief it affords is so prompt that it is in valua
in the matter of grain sacks. Yester patriotism when he wishes to make manship of Democratic hands, aud the
ble in every Farm-yard as well as iu every
$25.00. Send money by Post i
day we heard a prominent dealer offer nations hate each other; calling him fruits of Democratic policy ; that it is the rpHE MADAME TAKES THIS METHOD | treatment,
Farm-house. Let it be tried ouoe, and you
right and duty of the State to L of tendering her thanks to the public tor
will never 1« without it.
to give a farmer 25 cents per ton more self Christianity when he wishes to exclusive
provide for the education of its children ; the patronage which lias hitherto l>een ex
CAVTIOXi Pond’s Extraei has been imitated.
DR. A. B. SPINNEY.
for his grain if he would u*e cotton make men persecute each other; call and it having been a principle established tended to her, and would respectfully solicit
The genuine article has the words Pond's
No. 11 Kearney St., Sun Francisco.
Extract blown in each bottle. It is prepared
sacks instead of burlap. He claims ing himself honesty when he wishes in the formation of our State Constitution its continuance.
by the only persons living who eve?
no public funds of any class should lie
Her tables are always under her immedi
knew how to prepare it properly. Refuse alt
that instead of attracting, the cotton to encourage a man in his rude and that
used for sectarian schools or societies we ate control ; Rnd by her long experience in
other preparations of AVitch Hasel. 7 his is
repels moisture, and that the ravages overbearing ways ; and so on, chang declare our faithful adherence to this prin the business sho feels confident that she will
the only article used liy Physicians, and in the
hospitals of thia country and Europe.
of mice are not half to great as when ing himself into every virtue and ciple, and oppose any invasion of it ; that it give entire satisfaction to all. Tier beds and
HISTORY and Vaca of Pond's Extract,
burlaps are used. As an illustration, every grace.— James Freeman Clarke.
rooms are fitted up in the most comfortable
in pamnhlet form, eent free oa application ti>
worship God according to the dictates of style, suited to the accommodation of .single
POND’S EXTRACT COMPANY, Iffi Maiden
he a—erts positively that mice will
his own conscience, and no political disabil occupants or families. Her beds are always
Lane, New York.
Dot touch cotton sacks so long as there
ities should be incurred by reason of relig kept clean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.’
V arieties of B ad T emper .—Bad ious belief; and while we will defend these
are any burlaps within their reach.
principles and institutions to the full extent,
LIME FOR SAXE.
If this can be pr<>vtn by actual exper temper is oftener the result of un Ave
deprecate all attempts to raise sectarian
iment, the revolution in sacks will be
issues as utterly uncalled for and reprehen
he undersigned would re -
and meriting the emphatic condemna
speedy and complete. The burlap
• • > 1 A
spectfullv inform their friends »nd the
and a Half Miles above Bybee's,
sacks are now selling at 14 cents,
public generally that they have purchased
the above establishment, which will be
while only 121 cents aro asked for cot a peevish child often needs dieting
henceforth conducted under their constant BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE
ton sacks. The experiment is worth more than correcting. A child of ac
supervision, and they guarantee
a trial, to say the least of it.— Stock- tive temperament, sensitive feeling,
satisfaction to all who may fiivor them with
and eager purpose, is' more likely to
MAGNIFICENT PICTURE 14x18 IN-
ches in size, printed on heavy plate pa
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD HERE-
These stables are centrally located, and
meet with constant jars and rubs, than
per, beautiful in design and artistic in exe rpHE
bv inform the public that he has ONE-
O ur S ugar P roduction . — The a dull, passive child ; and, ff he is of cution. It represents a Confederate Soldier 1 tire in notifying tho public that they houses of public entertainment. Horses
THOUSAND BUSHELS of superior Jacksor»
nation has a sweet tooth. The quan an open nature, his inward irritation after the war returning to his home, which have established a new ferry at the above and mules will be boarded aud cared for at Creek Lime for sale cheap. Person* wish
tity of sugar iLade in the United is shown in bursts of passion. If you he finds lonely and desolate. In front of named place, and have the largest and saf moderate charges. They hiiA’e one of the ing Briek-laying or Plastering done in tho
Slates in 1875 did not vary much from repress these ebullitions by scolding the ruined cottage, telling a sad tale of the est bnaj on tho river, furnished with the largest and finost stocks in Oregon, south of best style and at reasonable rates wUl do
miseries of war, are two graves with rude strongest wire rope, and charge less for Portland, of
well to call on me. For further information
that of 1874, reaching 44,650 tons and punishment, you only increase the crosses, on one of Avhieh some friendly hand ferrying. Gives us a trial.
inquire at the Franco-American Hetel.
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
TAYLOR A CO.
manufactured from 215,000 hogsheads evil by changing the passion into sulk has hung a garland. To the right the calm
G. W. HOLT.
With single or double teams, for hire on rea
nf mviasBes, each gallon of molasses iness.
A cheerful, good-tempered and rest. The stars seen through the troeB
sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses
yielding 3| pounds of sugar. Regard- tone of your own, a sympathy with represent the Southern Cross. It is a pic THE CITY BREWERY, and Mules, which wnll be hired to go to any
part ot the country at moderate rates.
i >g the crop of maple sugar, in the his troubles whenever the trouble has ture that will touch every Southern heart
FOR UH SALL
Animals bought and sold, and broke to
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absence of definite statistics, the yield arisen from no ill-conduct on his part, and should find a place in every Southern
saddle or luimess.
home. Sent by mail mounted on a roller
i lie «timocratic ¿imw.
LIVERY AND SÄLE STABLE,
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THE LOST CAUSE.
is estimated at 14,000 tons; and of
sugar from beets there were not le$s
than 300 tons. The total consumption
of sugar in the United States for the
year Just closed is estimated at 773,000
tons, which iucludes6l,185,473 pounds
imported from the various sugar pro
ducing countries. Of this amount Bos
ton imported 112,867 tons in 1875,
against 60,475 tons in 1874,
KUBLI A WILSON.
Never fear and post-paid on receipt of 25 cents, or 3
spoiling children by making them too for 60 cents. Address,
AGENTS FOR THE TIMES.
JOHN BURROW <t CO., Pub’s.
happy. Happiness is the atmosphere
B ristol , T knn .
............... New York.
Geo. P. RoAvell A Co..
in which all good affections grow.
¿JdUAgents wanted everywhere to sell our
......... —New York.
cheap and popular pictures. $5 to $10 per
Dan. L. Green............
T rifles are often the hinges of day easily made. No money required until
. ....... —Kerbyyilie
pictures are sold. Send stamp for catalogue
............. Rock Point
great thoughts, and perhaps it is natu and terms.
fornis the citizens of Jacksonville and Ben Haymond...........
....... San Francisco.
ral for a person in a pair of tight boots
facturing, and will constantly keep on hand Thos. Boyee...............
to go hobbling along, complaining that i
................. St. Louis
014 Outfit and terms free. TRUE A CO. the very best of Lager Beer. Those wishing Rowell A Cbesman...
I G um . A. Winckler.....
the world is too small for comfort
are the best antidotes.
HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
his farm situated on Antelope creek,
T 12 sale
miles east of Jacksonville, containing 480
acres of land, 400 acres being gsofl farming
land and under fence. It is a good grain
farm and sheep ranch, well watered ana
good houses and barns upon ft.
TERMS OF 8ALE—111 per acre, one-half
down, the balance to suit purchaser.
J. W. SIMPSON.
N. B.—This land »ill be sold in smaller
parcels, if desired