The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, May 10, 1878, Image 2

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I lie Gri'i'iiltnck Movement in Jackson.
In His Fleineut.
The managers of the Repntilicau
Beek. appears to have quite unseem­
’Ilio announcement that Hon. W. W.
1 ha yer. I >eti><n ,!• caiiiildatc for Governor, fiasco List Saturday arn anticipating ly absented himself from home for
nffiihl P:ip“F for J.i’ k-oii, .lovpbi'.v' A l.ak•. would -peak in Jacksonv ilh* attracted an im-
more assistance from the Greenbackers a time, perhaps in order to allow his
iiienxe as-emblage ut people from every por­
private secretary to resume his favor­
FRIDAY,...................................... MAY 10,1878. tion ot tlie county. Accordingly, when the in their designs upon the county offi
appointed time arrived the Com t Hou-e was res than they will realize, even if the ite pastime—that of traducing belter
filled to overflowing, several ladies gracing wh ile strength of that organization is men. Consequently, we find the Sen­
the occasion with their presence. The given them. A correspondent of the
tinel us full of filth as it was of yore.
meeting was called to order by the election Portland Labor II or/rZ, the State orgtti,
Perhaps the simplest of all the false­
of H. K. Hanna, Esq., as Chairman, who, gives the following as their numerical
agreeable to previous arrangement between strength in this county: Manzanita hoods that appear in the last issue is
i the principals, introduced
club, 35; Butte creek, 36; Ashland, the one in relation to the occupancy of
STATE TICKET.
C. C. BEEKMAN,
21; Phoenix, 10; Willow Springs, 9. tire Court House on Saturday last. We
the Republican candidate for Governor.
For Confjreg.rman:
Tidal number, III—about equally di­ , only point it out at this time in order
JOHN WHITEAKER..... Of 1-ane County. The gentleman had very little to say, dis- vided as between the old parties.
It that the “dear peops” can see what
I claiming any pretensions to oratory, but
For ItoverHor:
will therefore be readily ,-eeti (hut the r sort of a man this is who is so tena­
W. XV. THAYER.....................Of Multnomah. i did not lielter his case in the attempt to power has been overestini ited by nil cious of tlieir rights. The facts are; the
forestall his competitor bv gratuitoiislv an­
call tor speaking at the Court House
For Secretary of State:
nouncing t hat M i. Thayer w as a lawyer and and is only augmented into importance
T. G. REAMES,.............................. Of Jackson. 1 -peaker, lie had not a word to say on the by the efforts of busy office-hunter* was made by the Chairman of the
For Treasurer:
: important questions of the day, even neg- who seek to use them in tlieir own tie­ Democialic Central Committee alter
A. H. BROWN....................................Of Raker. lecting to give the people auv assurance
I consultât ion with Messrs. B eekman
Nor is it likely that there will
| that he comprehended the duties of the of­ halt.
'For State Friulrr:
fice to which he aspired. He gave his let­ beany perceptible increase in their fa­ , and 1 t liNEll, both oj whom disclaimed
A. NOLTNER,......................... Of Multnomah. ter of acceptance, telegraphed to the Repub­
vor. Democrats especially are fully any knowledge of Hie fact that a con­
Sujmrintrifdmt of 1‘iibtw Instruction:
lican Convention, as the pia form upon
vention was to lie held. No notice
aware that this movement cannot hope
T. J. STITES,............ .............................Of Linn. which he -tood. What that is purported to
had
been given to the public, nor bad
■ contain three-fouri hs of t he audience knew to succeed and i» being assiduously
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not and cared less. It was very equivocal, nurtured by Mitchell and the Repub­ any call been openly circulated as as­
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
I to say the least. He made a quite ingenious
serted in the Sentinel. On the contra­
bid tor the votes of the extremely lew non­ lican party, who hope thereby to dis­ ry, Turner knows that Brown A Co.
For Judge!
partisans in attendance bv pretending to tract Ihe Democracy and make their
p. P. PRIM,...................................... or Jackson. ' eschew polities, though it is a mooted ques-
own success certain. The position of had nursed tlieir bantling in secret—at
prosecuting Attorney:
t ion w het her he can tell tin* dividing lines
the Democratic party is almost identi­ least they refused to let prominent
JAS. R. NEIL,................................ Of Jackson. between the several parties. After e.x< iis -
Democrats see what is now claimed us
I ing himself lor the extreme paucity of his cal in many instances with that of the
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tlieir
eall.
And lie very well knows
I remarks lie retired, and was followed by
Greenbackers, aud why any one should
that Mr. Beekman received a letter
’ COUNTY TICKET.
.
W. W. Til AY Ell
desert the former, which alone is ca­
in a dignified and argumentative speech. pable of doing anything for the cause, from Hon. W. W. Thayer notifying
For State Senator......... ...J. N. T. MILLER. I he topics ot the d iv were discussed in a
him that he would be here on the 2<t
' thorough and intelligent manner, evincing in favor of the latter—weak and daj’ May, and that letter was received
(W. M.COLVIG, a true conception ol them on the part ol the ephemeral in its existence—is quite
For Representatives......... ( fl ,s A CRA1\’.
speaker. His ren arks were characterized strange. It is the height of idiocy by Mr. Beekman before Mr. Thayer
j telegraphed his friends of his inten­
by a total ali-cni-e ot abii'i* and vililieat ion,
For Sheriff................................... J- R- TOZER. too often indulged in by public speakers. to suppose that Republican success and
tion to come Imre, and before Hie
the defeat of the Democracy can re­
For County Clerk............. XV. J. PEA MALE. i A spirit ot fairness and liberality pervaded
“
Bos*” or “Ring” or any member of
Ins effort, and tin“ sincerity that was ever dound to the benefit of the Greeuback-
manifest
left
a
pleasant
and
endu
mg
im-
the
Democratic party knew of his
For Treasurer................ NEUMAN FISHER.
ers.
It will only cementaud strength­
i pres.sion. After referring in appropriate
For Assessor............ SAMI ELJ. SI ECKLE. ! terms to the immortal principles of the en the former—the party which lia-
| Democratic party , lie proceeded tosliow that resolved more firmly than ever in fa
A < oiiiplet«* X indication.
„
. .
(JOHN DALEY.
the Republican organization had been a
bor Commissioners........ (JoHN O’BRIEN. sensational one from its conception down to vnr of the bond holder. Let there be
The Republican organs are energet­
the pre-cut day. Based ppori no legitimate more consistency in this matter aud
For School Sup’t............... J. D. FOI N'i’AIN. foundation, claptrap and seii-ation had been those interested will be in a tietter ically laboring to blacken the aduituis
its ent ire stock in trade until now, with the
For Coroner................. DR. A. C. STANLEY. loss ot the bloody shirt, 11 finds it neeessa- way of getting what tliey desire.
tration “four worthy State Printer,M irt
-—
.. ■ - • — .
—
i ry to invent somet hing else. Class legisla­
Brown, and in their spleen neglect L.
Mitchell X icloa-iuiis.
Jacksonville Precinct Ticket.
tion. the olf-.pi mg ol t he Republican partv.
i chaigi* nothing. N >r do they confine
lie denounced as pern cions and tending to
The wing representing the irrepress­
For Justice of the Peace............ T. B. KENT. evil results. It always redounded to the
them-elves to him alone; hut are quite
For Constable,........................ D. W. CROSBY. lieneiit ot the rich ami against the poor, ible Senator's interests captured the
file financial question was disposed of in a
! persi-tent in their efforts to smirch the
, compn heiisive manner. Ih* decried the Republican primaries in Multnomah
■((■publican lly pocriMjr.
studied attempt s ol Coiigre-s, in tbe veai - of county in line styh , over which there is reputation of Mr. Noltner, the export
appointed by (lie L g.-lafure to me is-
its Republican complexion, to strengthen
The management of the school fund - our uat lonal cred it by tin* con inuoiis pass
-oine lively bucking by the better class me the work of the last session. Mi.
by Democratic officials has been the age of acts for I lie benefit ot t hose hohlm. of that party. The Oreqoitian, speak- Noltner is the pre*ent candid ite for
' onr bonds when it was evident that tliev
subject of long and labored tribulation ; were already -att-lied or they would not it g thereof, say»«:
■State Printer, hence the occasion of
upon the part of Republican papers and ; have invested in them. We first find the
I
However,
't he primaries were organized and direct­ die howl of tlie-e organs.
bond holder purchasing his bond-, pa cable ed mainly by tin* federal otliee-holdei's, and
speakers. They bold up their hand­
i
I
hey
have
been
taken
aback
by the
in greenbacks, hut gold-interest-bearing and
in holy horror and shout lheft, rob Ilion-taxable, at 43 cents on the dollar in were the result of meetings and caucuses i certili *ato of E. M Waite, candidate
winch bad been continued dining two
bery anil mismanagement, but always greenbacks. Congress suddenly finds that months, or more. Tin- job went off very I again-t Mr. Brown four years ng *, mid
i something ought to l>e dom* for the poor fel­ smoothly, only those participating who in­
conveniently neglect to bring forth the low. and it re-olves that tin* bonds shall la-
| w ho expects to do the woi k in case ol
proofs. Capital Is the whole object in paid in coin. Meanwl il , silver having be sist on iiav mg only Mitchell men lor the the Republican caixii late’s election.
legislature. All other Republicans stood
view, for their arrant hypocrisy i-> pain­ 1 come plentier, we (¡nd i he same pm tv de- aloof, and will take such action as lliev see , Mr. Waite was appointed to remea*
*
The question is ‘ ure Mr. Nollner’s me a-u nonent and,al-
fully evident. They charge the Board i in*met i zing it in 1S73. an 11 lie U.S. Supreme fit hereafter.
| Court having dee tied I hi* bondsale pav
of School Land Comtni-sioners with i able in gold, we tind the solicitude ot the coming plainly before the people of Multno | though a large amount of money was
mail eountv vv lielber t hey will support ami
gracious Republicans amply sa istied. He elee: a legislative ticket nominated e.X'-lu- : in vol vet, lit* found but a very si'g'it di s-
loaning the “cliildren’s money” on in
eha
fact
ei
ized
the
renmnet
izmg
of
si
1
ver
one
sufficient security, continually citing
sivelj’ ill ’lie intereslof Mr. M itchell, or not. ' erepancy
From this lie exonerated
I of t he most equi -able of measures. The re-
the loans to Myers and McClane, ol siimpt'on ot specie payments he said was
This is plainly the ca*e Ihe State ilint g( utleman, a* it was quite evi
Salem, as examples to be condemned [ premature and impracticable, ina-niir-li a- over. Mr. Mitchell is using the Re- dent that bi* Inid measured the wor«
in the severest manner.
Now it hap t In-re was not siitlieienl money to restime on
icvording to the letter oi the law’.
It
and the retiring of non-interest-bearing pul lican party in hi* interest every
pens that said loans were made upon greenbacks by the substitution of interest-
is amu-iiig to see the galled jade*
where—eVen in Jaek-on county, vvlii h
the appraisement of the County School bearing bonds was a uro-s injustice. The
w ince—they are so often delected in
every
<h*ve|i>pim nt denotes
Ilf* i-
misrepresenting the facts.
Superintendent, as required by law, | present tariff was another eviltii.it should
l>e radically reiiiedied. The national bank de-tim d to < ni'ounter ti**tce opposition
and that official was none other Ilian system lie denounced as an outrage upon
in his ow n party, lor a great nntnb *r
Rev. L J. Powell, who hasju-t been the people and sai-l that its abolition would
are
not inclined to crook the pregnair
nominated by tile Repu'di ans for be demanded. Under the fostering care ot
Haye*’ order to his appointees not
i Ihe K- publicans we n<>w have 2.fisn bunks, hinges uf tin* km*e to his liit.
Slate Superintendent. The Commi — where onlj one was heaid of in Jack-oil’s
to dabble in politics nor take part in
sinners are bound to take the County lime. Mr. Thayer inveighed ac liu-t tii<
Tintv
Q nt.
roii Vi nt ions d a*-u’ I li t ve much weight
general corruption of Republican lead' r-,
Superintendent’s action io the prem
which ha I become so manliest to even
R icky E irhart b is h id a firm h ild aeri* in Oregon, says the Albany Ibmo
ises as their guide, and, if anyone wa- themselves, lie denlored the lamentable
on
the public teat in one capacity oi erat, judging l;y the w iy the Cu-tom
to blame, it certainly was Mr. Powell. -tale to which tin* I a b< >riug elas.-es had been
'brought
through
Republican
misrule,
and
A word in the matter from the Re-
another for many years past.
Lie hi* House fellow s s.varm *d around the re­
1 hoped a speedy iiii-l llior-mgh solution of
publicans is now in order:
the labor «piesi ion would be arrived at. He been a clerk in the Indian Department cent Radical St ite ('on vmil ion at St
Every Uu-toin House officer
was bit ter III i I'll II II''ill I loll o| < 'll i||( sc I III III i- of ()r< gon and now holds a position tin­ lem.
A Deserving Ollicer.
giation and its'iltendant evils, which were
abandoned his p .»t of duty nt Port­
laid at the door of the Republican partv, der Ben Simpson, Surveyor-General,
land and went to Silem to log roll and
The people of Oregon owe lion. A
which
his
friends
argue
ought
to
rec
­
where they propeTly belong. It w as not un­
(
thimble rig while Ihe “voice of G"d”
til
Anson
Burlingame,
representing
this
ommend
him
for
theotii
eot
Secretary
II. Brown, the present efficient State
country, made Ins treaty will) China some of State.
1 was commanding the nominati'ns. We
We
admit
that
lie
has
had
Treasurer, substantial endorsement for years ago that this intlu.x of Mongolian serfs
was admitted, and the result tells its own much experience as a Federal employe can’t see what use they were there, a-
the fidelity with which he has guard
st or j. 'Ihe Republican Slate platform is and perhaps understan Is ad lition, a higher power was running that ma
ed their interests in this important of­ quite vague upon the subject, but the Dem­
division and silence to perfection; b it chine and directing the* destiny of the
ocratic plank was straight to the point and
fice. Not only has he been the stead
we believe the people are willing to R idirai party of Oregon; but it seem-
fast opponent of the rings that have he stood squarely upon it. He referred to
the Presidential st< al in severe terms and excuse him, as he Ims been fed at the to he t he opinion ol the average Custom
heretofore fattened off the Treasury, sai-l that Republicans had received Ilion
public crib long enough. Besides, l is House olii *er that even the “Voice ol
hut the accuracy and economy that than they bargain'd tor. He read from tin
Democratic competitor is eminently God” might have an uncertain sound
has characterized his administration recent developments in Florida, and also
spoke on the Oregon matter. He said the qualified for the position, possessing if not interpreted through the u.-ual
are themselves matters of especial com
point in the latter easy was a technical one. executive as well as clerical ability ol Federal official channel.
mendition. Every warrant drawn but well taken, and so held by leading legal no mean character.
X crj .Simili Indeed.
during Mr. Brown’s term has been lights everywhere. <'oneerning the Milan-
of the State administration, lie said he had
promptly paid, while over $70,nun no defense to make for tin in, but. desired
Ti'.V Again.
The Sentinel exhibits a very sii ftl
more has been applied on warrant- that only justice J>e done. Tile Republicans
Bro. Turner must have been a lit
demag >gism in endeavoring to make
drawn before. This is a record that j had attacked them lor political purposes,
without any regard as to the figures upon tie off when he dished up the report ot it appear that Mr. Thayer employs
will compare favorably with the best, record, 'fliere evidently was coiisiderab’e
and we predict that it will be cordially exaggeration, which should be discounti-- tin* public speaking last Saturday.
He Chinese lai or. That gentleman has
endorsed by a majority of the voters at - nanced. Besides, they should look back ut either did nyt heir Mr. Thayer’s re­ no more to do w ith the management of
Woods’ and May's administration and clear
the polls next June.
tlieir own skirts first, it the 1>< nioctatic marks or I k * wilfully misrepresented the Squaw Like mining enterprise
state officials a re guilty, let t hem l>e brought them in the hope of maiiufib'iuring a ill in has the editor of (hat paper. And
Mr. Kcainrs' Position.
I to justleo in due lorm and not vilify and
traduce them for mere etlect only. Tin* rec­ little cheap prejudice for his favorit'*, when the Sentinel asserts that the
Our cotemporary charges the Demo­ ords show that while the Republicans as­ Mr. Beekman. 'I’he assertion that Mr. ; company “last- winter discharged the
sert there exists a debt of St,000.000, onlv
cratic candidate for Secretary of State 81119,0(10 are onistanding against tin* m*neral Thayer said “that had it not been for white laborers on the Squaw creek
Republican frauds in Baker county the ditch and replaced them w ith Chinese,”
with being a swamp-Ianiler, while at fund, and this indebtedness is in a lair wav
elecloral vote of Oregon would have it fails to ti ll (he truth an I we ieh r it to
ol
speedy
ledemption.
A
portion
of
this
the same lime we find his opponent
wasai-o a le.ary troin Woods’ admin stia
and the Republican nominee for Gov­ tmii. The scho >1 fund, vv hicli under Repub- been given to Tilden,” is ridiculoii-ly J. S. Howard, the superintendent and
ernor possessors of a largo tract ami licin rule aniotin e I to only 8-WMi.tr o in a>* absurd. Anyone present knows that a good Repu’di an, who will bear u-
when Mr. Thayer referred to Biker witness. And now’ let us know how
deep in the muck as anyone can con­ - cumulated interest and principal, now
amounts to over s.’iiM>,oi>n, w hile 82<> o , oihi m county the Florida matter was under Mr. Beekman stands on this question.
veniently be. Mr. Realties’ sympa
-chool money is distributed annually where
lilies are entirely with the settlers as none was then, lie said there was some consideration and the frauds in Biker
<■(»■!<* fi'oiu Our *>az<*.
against the swamp land giabh -rs, ami .error in loaning school money, but the county, Florida, were spoken of.
School Commissioners were not vvholiv ac­
he says that if tie ever acquired a countable for that, as the County Superin­
The Republican candidate for Gov­
Tin* Mate Katiticd.
single acre, or the right thereto, he i- tendents made t he appraisetiu-nis. Tin* ap­
ernor left us suddenly on Monday last
The programme cut and dried by
willing to waive the same and give praisement ofthe pro[ ertv upon the loans
w hich Republ¡cans deneiinee so much were
It
any bona fide settler a free deed to made by tlieir own parli-ans. Mr. 'I haver Brown, Cox, Bybee A Co. was duly ■ and now reports from Portland.
is
a
mooted
question
whether
he
ha-
it. This certainly explains Mr. Readies’ remarked that his opponents wire giving ratified last Saturday.
i’he slate can i been called upon to explain which one
position on this question quite satis­ J him a slici* of swamp land he knew notli-
' mg of. H(* never ovv n*-d an acre and nev- didales were wrung in in fine style, i of the boys he is or give information
factorily.
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i er d-*sin*d to. I.ong aft er f lie e reuinstance though Tom McKenzie camo near i as to how much squeezing he can
I occurred, he heard that soniel >o<| v vvi! lioiit -in hing the ring’s choice for Clerk—
Oue by One they llrop Awny.
¡stand. Neither the Mitchell nor (>>r-
¡authority had used th* names of R. Will­
Wat-on.
A gha-tlier conglomeration belt cliques are willing toclaim bin
iams
and
W.
W.
Tliaver
in
order
to
tile
up-
J acksonville , Maj' 7, 1878.
I on a tract, but, if they ever obtained anv of -up( rann’i «ted political hacks could until he shows his hand.
T" the Member* of the Ma** Cunrention:
I right thereto, it was tiansterred as fur back
From top
Having received the nomination for the of­ as 187.» without any ci-iisi'leration, as the not have been conceived
Stale l'iiiaiices.
to
bottom
there
is
scarcely
a
solitary
fice of Corqtier without anj- desire or con­ records will .show. This was the vv boh* <>f
sent on my part, I therefore respectfully de­ 1 the matter. Of his candidacy, he said that one who has not constanllj* been itch­
We call the attention of the public to
cline the same. I have never been a candi­ if elected he would serve the people t> the ing for office. A sweet-scented upris­
date for any office whatever, nor will I qual­ best of his ability and according to the strict
the exposition of Stalo affiirs to be
ity ifelected. Thanking the Convention for letter ot the Constitution, it would alwavs ing oi the people!
found on our first page. The figures
be his fondest desire to jealously guard t he
tlieir courtesy, I am
Iti>» in t'anip.
Yours, respectfully,
rights olthe people, with e<-on"niy and
are of record and may bo relied upon.
J ohn C imborsky .
honesty Uie watchwords ever in view. I’tiv-
It is a singular fact that not a IL’pul'Ii-
The Paeijic Christian Advocate, the
| ing a neat compliment to Sou! hern Oregon,
can
oigm or speaker has essayed to at­
| and Jackson county in ¡«articular lie closed
Tbe lliiniier < «>uiity.
leading Metliodi-t paper on the North­
; his remarks amid the best of feeling.
tack its accuracy, which stands out in
Mr. Thayer was closely listened to west Coa*t, severely liounces Rev. -H. bold relief.
The Albanj’ Democrat says that old
It is a good showing and
Linn w ill muke a de-perale effort to 'throughout. II s sound reasoning powers K. Hines for trailing his ministerial ex poses the h\ po< risy of Radical dema-
Bppeaied to good advantage and left the
wrist tLc banner from Jackson county universal impression that I k * was the man lobe* in tbe filthy pool of politics. The C’gues.
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next June. Glad to hear it; but we for the place. It would have given u« the Adrocafe need give itself no alarm.
can’t afford to lo-e the honor that now greatest of pleasure to have been able to Mr. Hines will t»e retired to the sacred
El.ECTION PRINTING for all parties
furnish his retnai ks entire; l-ut the er%wded
rests with us.
Name your majority, ; state of our columns make the presentation precincts of his pulpit by universal neatly executed at the T imes office at
Mart., aud we’ll g<> you suuie belter.
■ vl even an ino tuple’c synopsj- impos-jl-|c. consent next June.
> the lowest rates,
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.
J. C. FLOED,
SUCCESSOR TO
FLOED & CO., ROSEBURG, Or.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
M lntOII-AIX 1>IÊS1<3.
ISX I’21€ A k
H’YS WHEAT, WOOL AND PRODUCE, AND PAYS HIGHEST CASH PRICE
I for the same. Has constantly on hand
I
CLOTHING. DllY-GOOllS. BOOTS A SHOES.-
LADIES- DRESS and FANCY GOODS,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUORS AND TOBACCOS,
I I n r<I wsi !•<*, <'!•<><• li<ki*yw
I also have on hand a Car-load ofthe Celebrated
FISH BROS.
CO. WAGONS,
Which I offer for-ale at PORTLAND l’i!
l’.s.
Customers will tin 1 my stork <'< >M PI.EI’E, comprising many articles it is impos*
■sible here to enumerate, all of which w ill be sold
Cheaper than by Any Other Honse in Roseburg.
J. C. FLOED.
Roseburg, May 1, ¡878.
PIONEER HARDWARE STORE.
NOTICE
ROPE, TWINE,
IS HEREB» GIVEN THAT SEALED
I propo-als will be received bj’ theClerkof
tiici 'ountj- Court of Jackson Countj’,Oregon,
until 12 o'clock, M. Wednesday, June f>,
187s, for tliecare, custody and maintenance,
■ >t ail t k * sick and disabled poor persona ot
Jackson < 'ounty, < tregon, for the term ot one
year horn the 15th itaj- ot June, 1878; also
tor the term oi twoyeara from said date,
who may need medicine, medical attendance
and liealment or surgical opuralions, who
now are a countj’ charge or who hereafter
may during .saai time become such, uhere-
ever m said Jackson county such persons
may be, to provide and turnish tor them
good, w holi -oine tood, comfortable clothes,
i<>onis, lodgings, the washing, nursing, med-
lca! aud suigical attendance and medicines
w hich maj- be iiecc—arj' or suitable to such
j er-oiis re-ja'-live!J'.
Ail lads to be accompanied by an under­
taking excemed bj suthcieiit suietiea in the
siyn of one thousand 181,0’Mi) ifiollara, to be
mid upon the coiidition that tlie bidder, if
the cont i ad is awarded to him,'will within
eighl (lavs lllerealler (or such lurtlier limo
as the < 'ourt may allow , enter into an agree­
ment and give the neces-arv undertaking
t<>r the faithful performance of the contract,
payments to be made everj' three months
by orders drawn on the Treasurer of Jack-
son eotiniy, Oregon.
The Court reserves tfie tight to accept or
reject an v or all proposals.
Bv order ot tlie Uountv Court.
Attest:
E.U. FoUDRAY,
County Clerk.
THE BEST W03TENH0LM CUTLERY
NOTICE, STOCKMEN!
MRS. J. BILGER,
AT 'IDE OLD STAND OF J. BILGER
California St., Jacksonville,
DEALER IN
TiN, SHEET-IRON AND COPPER WARE,
STOV ES,
Agricultural Implements,
PUMPS AND PIPE,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Varnishes,
POWDER AND FUSE,
A G:il rill IsMirliinnt of SliLLl HHUlU IRr. Till: Wl.1.1. KNOWN DRAFT horse ,
TURK,
ETC., ETC.
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FIRST ( LASS MECHANIC WILL
. 1 U'lend to Job-woik vv Uh'neatness ami
dispatch.
1 will also keep constantlv on hand a
large s.ock ot
LIQUORS zlND TOBACCO.
iy ILL MA KE THE SEASON AT JACK-
»» sonvuie. Rock Point and Sam's Val­
ley. coiniueneiiig April 1st, al the following
late.-; f i. sin and .*b>.
lurk is itjcais uid this Spring. His sire
w - Arabian, out of a Timoleon maio.
i ¡irk's tiain was 1- relicli. He Isa dark eliest-
nin -oi • el. vvli w ii iie points, 17 hand- high,
md vvcig.is 1 ,. i ( ki pound.-, m working eundi-
ti hi .
Competent judge- agree that Turk’s celts
will compare iavoraoiv with any yet pio-
d'.ieeil in the stall*, and he is higlilj* recoi»»-
n n I'"I liv leading -toek-raiM*r* ol D< uglxs
ei iiutv, where lie has made several spas.ms.
ROHT. WfcXl KoP.
The Meadows, March I, 18-78.
Particular attention paid to Farmers’
want-and the -upplv ing of extras foi Farm
Machinerv. and all mtoi mat ion a- to -(¡eh
articles furnished cheerfully, on application.
No pains will lx* spared to furnish out
customer- with the best g«H>d* in ihe mar­
ket. in our line, and al lowest prices.
.. ........ v ofthe 1’ACI U III Bl’d.R DAINI
—the best 111 the Woi Id.
THE LABOR WORLD.
Our motto shall be prompt and fair deal­
ing w’th all. Call and examine our stock
PORTLAND, OREGON.
i'ctoie going eisew hvio. Satisfaction guar­
TERMS IN ADVANCE:
anteed .
J. H. I’ENN, Manager.
Wei kly. post-paid, one year................... S2
Clutisot ten, one vear................................. 15
GRAND BALL!
In I' iisiiiii ' u I I».» llic < en I r a I < ouini i (tec:
/ DIEGONIAN - POCAHONTAS
TRIl'J
' * No. I, I mproved < 'rdi*r ot Red Men, w ilI
celebrate tlieir Anniversary l>v giving a
grand bail al
VEIT SCHUTZ' HALL
— ON —
Monday Evening, Zvlay 13. 1S7S.
- >it <n, I'iiat we, the State Central Com-
i t tbe lum p, udeiil Greenback pai ty,
at a icgu'ar meeting In Id in the eitj' of Sa­
lem * ii I’ebrnarj- 21, 187s, do hereby con-
stitirc nd dv-ignate the L auok W oklii , a
w cklv p.q ei pubh.-hed in Portland, Ore­
gon, a-t;e official partj organ for the State
ot Oi. gon, titcl recommend it lav orablj* as
an exponent of the pi inciples of our party.
ii ,r..
Until April 1-t Clubs <4’20 subscribers will
I m * sent post-paid tor $25.
81 Its« KI BE AT OSCE!
Colme,// <’ ou Arrancjrnieitf*:
David Crunemiller,
Adam .Schmidt,
H. K. Hanna,
Frank Lorraiue,
John Cimbor-ky.
( 'ommittec on /¡cc-ptnm:
E. B. Watson, Henry l’ape, A. Fisher.
Ftoor Mana rs:
C. W. Savage, J. Biidsey, E. D. Foudray.
Address,
LABOR PUB. CO.,
Portland, Oregon.
HUNTERS' EMPORIUM.
First cla-s music will bo provided. Tick­
ets, (including supper al Mrs. X'ining's-
82.oh. A cordial invitation is extended to all.
GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES!
— AT—
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE>
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
Frey’s Boot and Shoe Store.
JOHN MILLER,
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I ROPRIETOR.
C'ALIFOKMA S1KEET,
Jacksonville,
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-
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Oregon.
aving permanently located
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re-
speeltullj’ informs the public tliat in*
prepared' to do all kinds of work lti the boot
and shoo making line. Satisfaction guaran-
t<*ed.
(• I’jt > RG I*. \\ . 1* R J'.X •
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FARM FOR SALE.
NOTICE.
yOTK’E IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
whom it may concern that I,Cyrus H.
Pickens, Sr., have made, constituted and
appointed my son. E. P. Piekena, my law­
ful
is ageiit ami attorney, with lull power and
authority to manage and transact all mv
business tor me. and with full control over
my property and credit; and I hereby re­
quest all per-ou* having unsettled accounts
with mt* at thi-date to come forward ami
make sottleinent of the stime with my said
agetit and atlornev.
CYRUS II. PICKENS.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED (»FEERS FOP.
Table Rock Farm, Feb. 10, 1878.
I stile his ranch situated on Sterling creek,
containing b!4 acres, all under iciice. l*or-
tv acres are under cultivation, with plenty
NOTICE.
of vegetable landi a good orchard, living wa­
ter on various parts, plenty ot limiter and N-OTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
fine stock range. U. s. title. Inspection A Geo. W. Carey is no longer connected
itivited.
'! ll<»s. II. GILSON
with the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Com­
pany of Calilornia.
A. B. COVALT
Manager ot Oregon Branch..
FOR SALE.
Portland, April 1, 1S78.
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FIRST-CLASS THRESHING - MA-
< \ chino in good order. Inquire at
4 N elegant assortment of Pocket and Ta­
il bie Cutlery tor sale by J, MILLER.
CHAVNERS RANCH.