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BLAINE A.M> TEIF. A DM IX I* Tit\ I ION.
T. A. DAVIS.
U. K. ARNOLD.
T. A. DAVIS & CO.,
T. G. REAMES.
E. K. REAMES.
Why is Gov. Tilden any more like
Mr. Plaine made a short speech to Gon. Franz Sigel is out in a card announc
ly to reform this Government than
Officiai Paper far JarkuMi, Josephine Á Luke. lhe State Convention of Maine a few ing himself in favor of the election of Til Hayes? What is there in the charac-
(Successors to White A Martin,)
days since. He saw that things were den.
; ter of these two men that gives one, WHO L E SALE DRUGGISTS,
A Tilden and 1 lendrick’s club with a large
Till'.¿»DAY.................... AUGUST 24. 1876. not working well for (he prospects of
Tilden, the pre-eminence over Hayes
membership was organized al Salem on the
the Republican party. S » he felt con i nth.
as a reformer?— John Sherman in the
strained to make the effort and appear
“What you want to do now is to cut down
The answer to these questions fur PORTLAND, OREGON.
among his friends. It is doubtful, your expenses ami live .within your in
nishes the dividing line between the I
however, whether he will he ablo to come.”— THUen's l.t tier.
It is evident that Gov. Tilden’s letter of two parties :
succeed in again cementing the bond
SAMUEL J. TILDEN,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
I. Gov. Tilden has shown bjT his i VITE
of union which has been broken. His acceptance is exercising a powerful influ
complete stock of
ence throughout the country.
JACKSONVILLE. - -
OF NEW YORK.
' works his faith in reform and his abil
friends may admire him tin* more for
Three-fourths of the German vote of Illi
his willingness to forgive past injuries, nois is for Tilden and. Hendricks. That’s ity as a reformer. He struck down
FOE VICE PRESIDENT:
and for counselling them to cast over i what Governor Koerner says ! .
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
LOW PRICES WILL WIN
THOS. A. HENDRICKS, tho?e insults the mantle of oblivion, Elect Tilden President, and such another He crushed the Canal ring, composed
! but they cannot so easily act upon the
more ! How they will hunt their holes !
less than eighteen months he reduced
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i know and they keenly fool that he has i The great Northwest seemes to gravitate i the taxation in his State from fifteen ; GLA.S.S IF. 17?/?, IUZ.V7)OIF GLASS, miTE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEAS-
Tilden almost unanimously, and to to eight millions in round numbers.
FDR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS:
been ruthlessly slaughtered by (¡rant, ! j toward
I ure in notifying their friends and tho
declare for him as the embodiment of re-
W. B. LXSWELL.............................. Of Orant
generally that they have purchased
' whom in season and out of season he ' form.
PAINTS, OILS AND
the stock of White A Martin, and are now
HENRY KLIPPEL....................... <‘l Jackson
receiving and opening a very large, exten
E. A. CRONIN........................ of Multnonran has defended and sustained. They | Tn this campaign it seems probable that p;q>ers, grant pardons, and take his
and well-selected assortment of
i have been compelled to stand by and Mr. Carl Schurz will be a good deal o<*cu- ' ease in office ?
II. The characters of the two men
i see the to >ls Morton and Conkling pied in defending his own conduct. It be-
FOR CONGRESS :
i gins that way.
are as far apart as the poles. Tilden
' used by the President, to tie the hands
LA FAYETTE LANE, ■ and feet of their hero, while he could
is pronounced, positive and aggressive
' electing 1 la ves, who will, “when he becomes
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
pour Ids cowardly blows upon his i 1’resident,” tolerate Grant's system of pub in assailing corruption and fraud,
while Ilayes is uncertain, weak, and
friend and benefactor. These instru- lic plundering.
California & Salem Coths aid Blankets,
“Live within your income,” is Governor , indifferent, especially when the ex-
i ments of (¡rant delighted in their
J’cCSolo Agents for Oregon for the cele
CAIIBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which
work, for in the victim they saw a i Tilden’s advice. But if the Republican ' posure of his own party is concerned. ; brated
Lice and all parasites on sheep,
After being in session since Decem
I party remains in power another four years
• rival who was destined to outstrip ; nobody in private life will have an income His record as a member of Congress i and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
ber last Congress finally adjourned on
them in the race for public honor and I to live within.
i and as Governor is a blank. Ho be- ; foot rot. Circular sent on application.
AGRICULTURAL IM PLEMENTS,
the 15th. The country is indebted to
distinction. Blaine is the ablest and I As he contemplates the course which tho longs to the order of negative men,
the lower House for many bénéficiai
one of the best, as he has proved him- great majority of tho Republicans are pur- j without fores' or self-assertion, who SELLING OFF
acts originated in it, which would have
Hats and Caps
j self the most magnanimous and the ’ siting towards Robeson, Belknap must travel the smooth road of life, smiling
t»een more abundant, had it not been
think he committed a blunder in confessing
■ manliest of the Republican generals, j • and
. like the late Schuyler Colfax, and
LADIES, CHILDREN A MISSES SHOES.
for the narrow partisan action of the
and through malice and envy did his
COST AND FREIGHT!
Hon. George W. Anderson, the Missouri
Republican Senate. The exposure of
i rivals combine to sacrifice him. For member of the National Liberal (■om'mittee, dices, that furnish the material fur
the wholesale corruption and rotten
' the time they have succeeded, but ho and for two terms Radical member of Con “compromise candidates. ” Tilden
ness of the present administration is
UNDERSIGNED. DESIRING TO We havo also in connection with the abovo
I will rise again. His friends are fairly gress from Missouri, has declared for Tilden would be the leader of reform in the ' , riUIE
a very large and tine stock of choice
1 closeout business in JacKsonvillc, offers
solely due to the Democratic House,
I furious at the treatment that ho has
White House, and Ilayes would be the j for sale at cost ami freight for cash his coni-
but for which Would have gone on un
No radical organ will admit that the Dem
píete and tirst-class stocK of dry goods, dress
' mere tool of Cameron, Morton, Blaine, | ' goods,
, received and are waiting the oppor ocratic
shawls, ribbons, ladies’ and chil- GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, QUEENS
House has saved the country a dol
disturbed and unchecked. The reduc
tunity to avenge his injuries. There lar. but they all pitch into the Representa Chandler, Logan and the factions, to ' iIren's hose and shoes, gentlemen’s furnish
WARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
tion of nearly $40,00'3,000 in our an
goods, hats, groceries, crocKery, lamps,
can be but little doubt that they will tives “for their miserly conduct in cutting continue Grantism under another ing
nual expenses is the work of the Dem
PAINTS, OILS, NAILS, WIN
I do his bidding now, ami obey the snap ; down appropriations.”
i name. The firin would be changed, and cigars, pipes, cutlery, stationery, toys,
ocratic majority in the House of Rep
DOW GLASS, CAST AND
! of tho party whip, but they cannot Storrs, the Illinois crooked whisky King but the business would be exactly found in a tirst-class variety store.
resentatives, which persistently and
My stock is fresh and of the best, and
STEEL PLOWS, WOOD
j heartily engage in the work before : lawyer, is the loudest bawler for Haves and i what it is now.
desiring anything in my line should
faithfully stood out against the Repub
: them. They recognize their chieftain
give me a call.
EN AND WILLOW
Rou^li on ainyes.
lican Senate in its attempt to increase ! as one of tho greatest statesmen of the Storrs’ability to procure him tho votes of
Those knowing themselves indebted will
tho members of the Grant Whisky Ring.
please settle immediately. I mean business.
instead of lessen the appropriation bill day, and they cannot but retain their Hayes is a reformer.
Not long since D. W. Munn, of
JacKsonville, July 1, 1S75.
and which was the cause of it being I feeling of the injustice that has been
Hon. John F. Farnsworth, one of the Chicago, asked ex-Speaker Blaine to
several millions larger than originally
founders of tho Republican party, and for
Wo aro now ready to soil anything in our
procure a favor for him from Grant.
at lowest cash prices. Persons wishing
intended ^>y the House. The country
More Civil Service Xotbrni.
to buy goods will find it greatly to their ad
the Aurora, Illinois district, was one of the In answer to this request Mr. Blaine
has lost nothing and gained every
he tax - payers of the county vantage to examine our stock before pur
Our readers will remember that at speakers at the Tilden and Hendricks rati- informed Mr. Munn that ho had no in
of Jackson, State of Oregon, are hereby chasing elsewhere, as we are determined not
thing in the election of a Democratic
; fiea*.ion meeting held at Aurora a few days fluence with Grant, in the following
tn he undersold by any house in Jackson
I notified that the Board of Equalization will
Congress. The Republicans may cry
■ plain language :
! said conntv on
yiTGive us a call, and then judge for
“rebel” House and the like, but the of Congress a committee of nine
The National Treasury will boused as a
yourself as to our capacity to furnish goods
figures speak for themselves. And, as ; members was appointed to investigate Radical corruption fund in this election. ent Administration. No man has irho
and publicly examino the assessment rolls
That is why tho Reformer Chandler was
the country has done so well with une
j and correct all errors in valuation, descrip-
1 made < 'hairman of t he National <'ommittee. I Zx //oZ a thief by instinct.
tion or quality of lam is, lots, or other prop-
branch of Congress Democratic, it can ! ment. Four of the nine members Ho hail better be careful, as Tilden will be
J. G. B laine .” ; ; erty.
All persons interested will appear at HUNTERS' EMPORIUM!
certainly do much better in having I , were Republicans. 'Pho majority of apt to investigate his transactions after the
We consider that the above from the time and place appointed, or they will
be barred from having any change made in
both a Democratic Senate and House, ; tho committee, five Democrats, and fourth of next March.
, Blaine is exceedingly rough on the . their
In New York', fighting Jo Hooker, of the Republican nominee. It will be re
W. A. CHILDERS,
backed by a Democratic President, all I one Republican, re|M>rted a great waste
army, is encouraging the people to <ro for
of Jackson County. Oregon.
fighting under the Democratic banner 1 of material and money, as well as Tilden and reform. He speaks out boldly, membered, by well-informed readers, N. B. Assessor
—All persons having schedules left HARDWARE AMD CUTLERY STORE
of retrenchment and reform. Let the heavy and suspicious speculations in ami says it is as much a duty to crush out that not long since the news was tele- ' with them for tilling, will do well to till and
i send Them in immediately ; otherwise their
people elect Tilden and Hendricks and contracts. They further report that in rascality and reform the Government as it , graphed to this Coast that the l’resi- . property will be assessed double.
W. A. CHILDERS, Assessor.
mark the difference in National af two or three instances there had been was to save the Union. General Slocum al i dent and Governor Hayes were, and Jacksonville,
August 2. 1876.
[ violations of law, and through such
Governor Tilden was the first man who
' violation the Government in every in ever
O. D. MARTIN.
The President was 1 C. C. WHEELER.
Lying the Radical Order of the Day.
set about reforming the corrupt officials timate terms.
stance had been a heavy loser. Mr. in New York. Should he, which we know he made to sav, in that interview, that
WHEELER & MAHTIN,
■ for some time past he had made no ap
The Republican telegraph and press
vember, he will semi the!)4,000thieves, now
evidently deem a lie well stuck to as
I constituting the plundering partv’s oflice-
i out first receiving the sanction of that Grover & Baker's Improved.
good as the truth, and do not hesitate ■ stating that from the evidence ad- i holders, about their business.
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon
in making all kinds of false assertions i duced he could not do otherwise and
Whenever you gotoa Democratic meet-
| be true to the people and his obliga-
concerning the Democratic nominees,
| ing and hear somebody on the outskirts of
A Itelorm < nu<!i«lat<‘.
4 LWAYS ON II AND THE BEST STOf’K
if they make a point or not thereby. ' tions, unless he considered party inter- theerowd erv, “Hurrah for Jeff Davis,” let
j 71. ot Patent and Home-made Rifle and
The nomination of Ben Both r for VfOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE I shot Guns, single and double; Revolvers
They are quick to lie, but slow to cor I est its the governing considerations. him have a brick between the eyes, advises
the Louisville Courier-Ton runt, and the next I Congress, In Massachusetts, remarks tV to the citizens of Jacksonville and sur I of the lat«‘st patents; Pocket Pistols, neat
rect. Among the many untruths they
morning you will hoar of a Radical bum
rounding country that they have recently small and powerful ; Derringers, tile' latest
with a large supply of these popular ami best ; also, the best Powder and Pow-
have already issued is one that the
mer laid up with a broken head.
machines, which they offer for sale at rea- tler Flasks; Huntingand pocket knifes of
the reform movement in the Radical j amiable terms. They also have all kindsof the best brands; all sorts of Shot and
a Imirable resolution on the Chinese
It is gratifying to find so many Republi
Pouches; Caps. Wads and evervthing in
f<<r other machines.
question adopted by the St. Louis Con
cans who recognize the ability of Mr. Til party. It indicates also tho sincerity j ‘ supplies
the Sportsman's line.
He will also keep a full line of SHELF
vention had been omitted in the offi * been defeated for a re-nomination by den, and acknowledge that he is tho fit man ■ on the resumption issue. Ben believes i are invited to call ami examine them at the
HARDWARE. Nails and Rope of all kind*
for President. Mr. Tilden's Republican in setting the day of judgment as “the I Franc«)-American hotel, Jacksonville.
cial copy of the platform ; and who
and sizes, Carpenters’ and Wagon-Makers.
vote in this city ami State will be very largo.
Tools, a complete assortment of Table ami
should discover this but McPherson, district. It is by just Mich means that He has won these Republicans over by earliest practicable” day on which to
Pocket Cutlery, together with a full supnlv
Chairman of the Republican Conven Radicalism disciplines its officials and sheer force of character and actual reforms. resume. He is also a civil service re
of Paints, oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc.
i breaks every independent action or
Tho above goods are all of the best qual
former of repute. .Should he be elect
tion at Cincinnati. This was tele thought of its most prominent mem —N. Y. Sun.
ity, and will be sold
Col. Smith, son-in-law ami bosom friend ed with a Radical majority in the
graphed all over the Coast, in the ex bers, or else drives them from position
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
of flu* late Horace Greeley, has taken the Lower House, he will resume his old
pectation of changing a few votes from and power.
New guns made to order, and rejmiring
stump for Samuel J. Tilden. He says he
place as leader, and his first speech
done and in good style. All or
the Democracy. Of course it was a
Gov. Hendricks’ Tetter.
ders tilled w ith dispatch.
lie. Tbo St. Louis Convention was
ion of the public mon of this nation was, will be on the silver question, with
27tf-_____________ JOHN MILLER.
rnllH rXI>EI!St<lNEI> WOULD HERE-
We call especial attention to the ad and that he is justified from that knowledge which he is said to he very familiar.
sincere in what it said on this ques
I by inform the public that he has ONE
in supporting tho Democratic nominees as
tion, and its official proceedings con mirable letter of Gov. Hendricks on against
The bong and Short of It.
D BISH EI*S of superior Jackson
for sale cheap. Persons wish
tain this resolution, as well as all
ing Brick-laving or Plastering done in the
It is worthy of notico that all tho “out
The Cincinnati Convention adopted ‘ best style and at reasonable rates will do
others, as originally adopted. It is cellent points contained in it. He is rages” upon negroes at the South are in the
well to call on me. For further information
Republican States, whore the governors,
plainly apparent that the Republicans,
inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
W. J. ZIMMERMAN ft CO., Prop’«.
prosecuting attorneys ami tho rest ministration, and then nominated
G. W. HOLT.
having no just or real reasons why
they should be continued in power, are iniquitouscoolie system which, through the Democratic States there is good order Ilayes for President. Hayes accepted
resorting to every manner of skulldug the agency of wealthy companies, im and good government, and negroes and tho nomination, endorsed the platform,
Wr!'A<rTr.KE AND BUILD ALL
and now stands upon it. Grant I
kindsof min an(| mining machinery,
gery to secure the election of their ports Chinese bondsmen and estab white people aro alike protected.
thimble skeins, and irons, brass
ticket, and it would be well to learn lishes a species of slavery and inter And now Columbus Delano is about to promptly congratulated Hayes on his
eastings and Babbitt metal. Bells cast,
20,000 Lbs. of Old Cast Iron,
harming machinery, engines, house fronts,
for yourselves before taking any stock feres with the just rewards of labor on take the stump for Hayes. The nomina nomination. This is tho whole story
tion seems to havo superinduced a regular in a nutshell, or at least tho first chap
ELTVERFJ) at the foundry in ami all sewing
our Pacific Coast and should be utterly
in their assertions.
iron, steel or brass is
epidemic of enthusiasm among the ring- ter of it. The second chapter, as
Ashland, for which we will pay the used, repaired. Parties desiring anything
abolished.” We refer tho reader to sters, corruptionists and disgraced officials
' highest price.
in our line will do well to give ns a call be
farmer has more or less old cast-
Shown hiw Ears.
his utterances on the standard of re of Grant’s administration. Another batch
going elsew here. All work done with
, ingsaliout his premises, such as old stoves, fore
¡md dispatch at reasonable rates.
form, the financial situation, and par
I pinions and other articles. These they
Bring on your ol«l cast iron.
A Douglas county paper, sporting
be forthcoming shortly from the peniten tinued administration of the Govern would do well to irither up, and bring them
‘ ZIMMERMAN ft CO.
patent innards and calling itself tho ticularly to what he says ot our public tiaries with credentials in the shape of an ment according to tho ways of Grant before the rain sets in.
Ashland, April 8, Ispi.
We will also pav the highest price for old
Independent, is making itself pecu school system. His letter as a whole executive pardon.—»SV. Louis Times.
COPPER, BRASS and ZINC.
ism. But that chapter will not be.
is worthy of his great reputation as a Tho mean, unjust and uncalled-for as
J. M. McCALL >
liarly ridiculous by the vindictive and statesman.
Between himself and Gov. saults upon tho private character of Samuel
D c H vm the Whole tinng.
uncalled-for manner in which it abuses Tilden there is perfect accord. What
To Whom it May Concern. ( or. C aliiorniaand Oregon Sts., Jacksonville
J. Tilden roll away from him liko water
Hon. L. F. Lane. J. W. Kelly, its do the Radicals think now ?
The Cleveland, Ohio, Plain Dealer
from tho back of a duck. Every chargo is
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
editor, has been tho object of the boot
met with prompt and overwhelming refuta defies the whole gang of Radical writ A LT» THOSE INDEBTED TO THE UN-
A dersigned aro requested to come for
Death ot Speaker Kerr.
tion. His public record is equally invul ers In tho country to point to a single ward ami settle immediately, or their ac
of several persons whom he has here
No man was over nominated fora
counts will be placed in a lawver’s hands
tofore similarly assailed, and his flings
Hon. Michael C. Kerr, Speaker of nerable.
high position in this country, not even Silas instance where, as a public officer, Gov. for forced collection. My books must be THROUGH TICKETS, 12j C ents .
of course have no effect with those the House of Representatives, died at Wright nor Andrew Jackson himself, who Tilden has not manfully and nobly up squared, and I mean what I say.
J. C. BELT, M. D.
who know him. Like Bonibastes the Alum Springs, West Virginia, is more absolutely freo from reproach. held the side of the people against the Jacksonville,
Aug. 1, 1876.
hoice wines , liquors and ci
Furioso, he is wonderfully valiant, where he had gone for his health. Mr.
What Governor Tilden has done in New demands of “ringsters” and “job
gars constantly on hand. The reading
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
with Mr. Lane a long distance away. Kerr was one of the ablest men of tho York, and what tho Democratic Congress bers.”
FORDHAM & JENNINGS, cals
and leading |>a|>ers of the Coast.
His warfare is entirely of a personal age, whose character was above re has done, Governor Houston has been do
character, and his attempt to thus get proach and his integrity unquestioned. ing in Alabama. Says tho Montgomery
Adrer/Ascr.• Ho stepped tho leaks, cut
Nos. 600 and 602 Front St.,
even with Mr. Lane for his efforts to In his death the country loses one of down expenses, ho practiced tho most rigid
portarle fifteen - horse pow
otice is hereby given that
bring hitn to account for alleged irreg its leading statesmen, who had the economy, ami will save tho poople at least
er steam engine is offered for sale. It
SAS FPANCISCO, CAL.
the accounts of the firm of Manning ft
has only been in use three months and is in
ularities while partner in the Plain confidence of all, and the Democracy $20,000,000 during his term. Wherever tho perfect
Ish havo been placed in my hands for col
running order. Terms—six months’
END 25c. to G eo . P. R owell A Co. New lection. All persons indebted to said firm
dealer with a nephew of that gentle* sustains a loss which will be difficult Democrats have control in the South order credit, with approved security. Enquire of
5 ork, for Pamphlet ot lot) pages con are requested to settle immediately.
prevails, and the people aro secure in their
taining lists of 3,000 newspapers, and obti-
to replace, liequieicat in pace.
man, will prove naught.
H. K. HANNA.
U. C. BEEKMAN.
person and property.
niates showing cost of advertising.
THE ASHLAND IRDN WORKS,
Jacksonville, Sept. 2, 1875.