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Mr. B«»ektnan was quite sensible in
• l<*vlining to canvass tin» Slate with
Mr. Thayer. A lew more efforts simi
lar to the one he made here Saturday
would make bis cnndid.iey even more
luipeless than Judge Tolman’s four
M<>n«|s«-hein will soon be in
receipt of a fine lot of fat cattle ami
sheep, and will then t»e prepared to
iumi-h their customers with the best
meats the market atf »rds. Read their
a»lvertisertn-nt and duu’t fail to give
them a call.
ll»»n. W. \V. Thayer, accompanied
by Me-.-rs. Henry Klippel and H. K
Hanna, this week went over to the
Big Applegate digging-, in which they
are interested. Tn«»y are well pleased
with the prospects and expect piping
to commt-uve about the 1st prox.
Eugene W tlra«l was in town this
week with Myer’s beautiful Percher-
on horse, Geo. Fleury.
which is one of the finest specimens
ever imported, will not betaken to the
Willamette, but will remain here dur-
log llie season. Read the nd veri ne
R >a<i work now commencing.
MAY 10, 1878.
Heaps of new goods arriving.
Read the new advertisements.
T he managers of the mass meeting
M. A. lloustun was in town Tues
will fin«J that, though they were suc day.
cessful incarrvingout their programme
Capt. Fly now bolds forth at Jos.
and succeeded in nominating the slate can Wetterer’s.
didates, a higher power will pass on their
Madain Holt has been seriously 111
work next J une. It is a -orry piece of butch
ery and will be contemptuously shivered to this week.
alums at the proper time.
Jas. La wrencu was down from Ash
R eal E state T ransactions . —
Cameron, of Uniontown, is re
The following have beeu recorded
ported quite low.
since our last:
Jack Montgomery returned from
Jas. McDonough to T. L. Beck, the
one-fourth interest in the Walker
Copp’s Hand book of Mining Law
mining ditch and also bls interest in
.sale at the TiMroj office.
what is known as the Penny claim.
Matt. Obenchain has started his
band of cattle for Lake county.
L eft Us.—Messrs. \V. W. Thayer,
Fine wines, liquors and cigars at
A. Noltner and T. G. Realties, candi Malt. Dillon’s. Give him a call.
dates on the Democratic Statu ticket,
The notorious Bender family is
left on Tuesday last for the north. supposed to have been seen ut Giaut’a
They w ill proceed to Coos county first Pass.
ami then make a general canvass «if
Elder M. Peterson will preach in
the Willamette and Umpqua valleys the Heber’s Grove school house uu Suu
and a portion of Eastern Oregon.
T here seems to be no desire upon
the part uf any urganizitiou to claim
the “What-is-il” foisted by llio meet
ing lasl Saturday. Republicans claim
little luterest in it ami many Green
backers are not inclined to lake it to
their bosoms. It is an ulcer on tiie
body politic and will never be lieaid ol
again after June next.
D emocrats should keep the election
uf their legislative as well as their
county ticket in view. A successor to
Mitchell is to be chosen and every
vote counts. A ballot lor the ticket
pul forth last Saturday is one Against
a Democratic U. S Senator and in fa
vor of the Republicans, who are ^Hiv
ing to return our uiuch-marricd Sen
T he Sentinel persists In its attempt
to force a slice of swamp land upon
Hon. W. W Thayer, although he has
proven that tie never owned a foot nor
H. M. Thatcher was in from Link*
bad any inclination to do so. Our co
ville this weak. He reports every-
temporary seeius anxious to bring llie
thing fl lurisbiiig in Like county.
mutter down to a question of veracity
The Misses Card well are agents for
as between Mr. Thayer and himself.
celctnateil While and Wil-ou ma-
We are perfectly willmg thal tie oLuuiU
-», which they sell at low tates.
W. F. Courtney has disposed of his
A n O ld L and .M ark G oni L—The interest in Smith A Co.’s sii >p to Ed.
old D.ud.uiellt s House, o no oí 1the first Smith uml 11. A. Waismaa lor $125.
ti ute a ti u uber from this section
iu tbu valley,
owned by Taos. Chnvuer, was burned propose going to Walia Walla, W. T.,
1'. B Atkin-on is one of th * ii ».
lu the giound on Sunday last. It wa- s -mi.
U. S. H lyden, E-q , has returned
Ovvuptcil by 11. VV usll.ike ami family,
who were al dinner at the time. A from Portland, where m* was railed a-
pitino ami some other articles were a wiiiicss in Hie D >Well-Gri-W‘iId case.
It is supposed Hie fire origi
Tne weak«*-l ol the weak — die tick
naled from a defective Hue. 1 here el put out Saturday, it 1-n’l itrotig
was uo insurance. '
enough to slay uu tue public stomach
T he R-’publi—ans «Io not take kindly
The effete attempt to make Demo
to the defeat ul J. M. McCall by Cox’s
crats the bind that bin is (tie Siamese
candidate for the Senate. They are twins (Brown and Coxj together prove-
expected Io du most ot the voting ami a .soriy failure.
Russ is a heavy do e for them to swal
A large amount of wcol is being
low. The people also have no desire
brought to town tor -liipment below,
to t>e lepresuuted in that digniti.-d
i'tie ruling price in the local market i-
body by a suneiamiuated politician,
20 cents and upward
ami w ill retire Hie doughty Uulunel
E. J. Farlow, E*q , c call-*«! on us
from Hie puluical arena by geueral us
Ho inioims us that the
Demociatic cause I- progressing swim
G reat .dissatisfaction with the la mingly in Ashland precinct.
Philip <)lwell, «if Phoenix, offers to
bors of the Cox-Brow u fiasco exists in
one uf ills fine mills and hail the
the ranks ol their followers. This is
(tower to some live firm or com
a uatutal consequence.
\\ here there
See Im advertisement.
is such an insane scramble tor office
The Sentinel is prone to -u;q>ort the
as Wiis manifested last «Saturday,a feel
ing of di-appoiulmenl and billeruess Democratic ticket. Il culls on the pe >•
is dealiued to tie nurtured t»y many. pie to vote for competent men, wnn h
We hear ui an open revolt threaltneu our nominees are in every sellst! of the
by some who have hereluloiu been word.
jirumiuent in the cause.
Beall A- Obenchain hive
accuuutsu in Hie hands «
A G ood N omination .—The Dem Kent, Etq , fur collection
ocratic County Committee ou ¿Saturday where request uu immei
last nominated John O’Biien, of Ap meut.
plegate, lor County Commissioner, vice
A M irk-1, our merchant tailor, left
p. Reynold-, who leccnlly declined. for Stockton (Cal.) Wednesday, where
The action ol the CoiAmiilce^v ill be he iuleti Is permaiienliy locating. Jack
universally endorsed. Mr. O’Brien is -«mvillu is now without a tiist-clas-
uue of the foremost citizens of the tailor.
county, thoroughly ldenlitivd with
Young Pi ol, of Butte creek,arrested
our every iuteresl, and, having served on a charge ol -lea I mg a steer from
us Well in tout capacity bviure, is lilt- John Fountain, was examined before
luuu lor the place.
Justice Kent Wednesday and ac-
A F irst C lass T icket .—The De- quit ted.
The opening of the mass nx e ing
mocracy of Josephine county put the
last Saturday with a piai u li ve by mu
following excellent ticket in the field
'rum Bybee’s festive Kentucky j u k
¿Saturday, w hich should be triumph on
was quite aii'piciuUs.
ly elected: Represeulalive, Eugene
whereof he spoke.
Laid well; County Judge, John E.
Jacksonville District Pomona Grange
beyferlb; Commissioners, 11. 8milii
meet in Odd Fellow-’ Hal! on
anil L. C. Rudenliei ger; Clerk, Ubas.
Hughes; Sheriff, Joliu l'ayloi; A-sv-- Thursday, M iy IGlb, at 10 o’clock A.
our, J. 1’. Lewis; School ^upermieud- M. A full alt«ml nice is solicited, By
ent, A. J. Adams; Treasurer, Wm. order of Hie Master.
Read what Mr. Thayer has to say
Nuuvke; Surveyor, W. N. Saunders.
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on swamp lands and other i m portant
C attle for M arket . — A great quest ions, He is .-olimi ami cannot be
number of cattle have this year been mistaken. As much certa!uly cannot
driven out of Jackson couuly, and still be said of Mr. Beekm »n.
Geo. A. Jack-on was over from
the exodus is unabated. We li a Ve
Sam’s Valley lue-day ami informs u-
heretofore outed the migration east that frosts are of frequent occUi rence in
ward of several bauds, ami now Wm. that section as yet. His Iruil lias es
H. Siu»p-«»n, of Buile creek, lulorm-
caped their ravages, however.
us Dial lie will start 250 head of tine
T. B. Atkinson will sell his entire
cattle fur east of the mountains about
of hou-ehold and kitchen furniture
the Joll» inst. Judge 1'ulman is inter
Hurt ion to-morrow, Saturday,
ested in the band, which is intended
at 2 o’clock P. M.
for the California ami Nevada markets.
Jos. Swingle will also diive a large wi-hing bargains should be oil hand.
band to Lake county ere long, and we
hear ui some others win» intend follow
ing. These large transactions in stock
will have a beneficial effect on our
monetary condition, which cannot but
bd felt by the community in general.
A new song entitled Fading, by S. U.
Meason, lias just been -ent us by Sher
man, Hydo A Co. It is a beautiful
thing and will doul tless become quite
Tue price marked is 35
street last Saturday evening, width
was well attended. Wm. M. Colvig,
Democratic candidate for Representa
tive, spoke at some length on theflnan-
vial, labor and ot her quest ions now be
ing agitated throughout the Union,
elucidating his points in a clear and
He was followed
by A. Noltner, editor of llie Portland
I Dalit/ Standard, who favored the au
dience with a neat little speech on
Stall* matters. Jas. 11. Neil was next
called lor and made -nine |><>inte«l re
marks on county politics, which were
well received. J. R. Tozer, Demo-nil i -
candidate for Sheriff, was then intro
din ed and in a few well limed remaik-
pledged iiimself to «Io the best by the
people in administering the duties of
Hie office. Tim meeting dosed amid
the be-t of feeling and, con-idei ing
that it was originated upon very
short notice, was much of a success.
W m .
NEW, THIS WEEK.
.MILL. 1'014 SALk
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
I sale one ol his mills and half bis water- T. G. REAMES.
powr, situated in Piuenix, to any live firm
or company desiring to engage in any ininu-
to-t uiing business beside wheal-grinding,
l'ur pat oculars enquire of
PHILIP W. OLWELL.
AHEAD AS USUAL!!
Phoenix, May 4, 1878.
Söttla Up and Save Costs
THE OLD TEMPLE of FASHION
HUIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PLAC-
1 ed their note- ami book accounts in the
hands of T. 1». Kent, J. P., tor collection,
tho-e knowing th«*inse!ves indebted wid do
veil to call upon him immediately and set
tle up amt thereby save costs. We must
have what is due us.
Jacksonville, May 8, 1878.
REVIVED AUAIN AT TUE FORMER
STORE OF SACHS BROS.
BY RECEIVIN'«} THE
H. L. WE AB,
Largest and Best Selection
B ybee , although he has re
peatedly denied that lie would again
rpIHS POPULAR REPORT, UNDERTIIE
come tip for office, turns up as th«» s| de L new ni:oi:ig»*inent. is furnishing the best
11. L. Webb has pur •ha-ed T. B
candidate of Brown & Cox’s fiasco. brands of liquors, winesand cigars. The
reading table is supplied with Eastern peri-
Atkin-oii’s interest in the New Sinti*
This time he has the sanction of the odieals and leading papers of the Coast.
-atom), and will hereafter conduct that
Republican State Central Committee, Give meacall.
11 1«. WEBB.
establishment hi.nselt. “Uilily” keep-
which last February decided that lie
a fine assortment «»I liquors, wines and
should be the Mitchell candidate for
cigars, and if you want Hie best tn this
Coming events cu-t their
to Kent! for our
line give him a call. Read Ills caid
Catalogue. I t
shadows before them and the truth of
Contains prir ps
hh «1 itmcription
our assertions at that time is imw veri
ot‘ liioMt every
Tlie reaction in favor of the Demo ti -«I.
as’tirle in gen
Democrats will take e-p«,i*i.»
cratic ticket is certain ¡«nd unmi-taka
valuable to AWY PKKSOX contciuplat-
pleasure in voting for such a catididah
ii>X thr purchase of any article for Per
tik». It commenced Willi l lie lut rod uc —to slay at home.
h or Agi i-iill ural uno, %% e
have done a larjre trade
t ion ot tlit» mongrel ticket and will i>
ill the remote parts of the Territories,
more evident limn ever on eleclim
T he Sentinel, under ttie editotia’
ed the expectations of the purchaser,
many claiming to have made a saving
fine Democracy every u
management of W. M. L’utner ami hi
of 40 to an per cent. Ve mail these
KS TO AWV AI>1>ICKMS.
proposes to stand by its liiket uu
HU E. I P<>\ IPPlJt'ATIOX. %%eseli
man I’rid.v, has go*»e luck to its-»wal
H succe-siully throng i.
our ghudk to ail mankind at wholesale
»rices in quantiti.es to suit. ICetereiice,
We did entertain som«» hope
First Nation«i Blink., Chicago.
The ticket put out list «Sitiird • y i-
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.,
generally ad lulled to assure the sue- that this campaign c< Uhl he conducted
Original <;. ange Mupply Ilou»e,
cess oi tiie Democratic nominees, Tie
937 A '4'4V IVaUasli Ave., C'lHcago, III.
hi which Billy Ix-'liim-s Judge Mosher
people cannot be hoodxvioked into-up
porting a crexv of superannuated polit precludes that i'L-tt. We <lo mil In
Nutice of Final Settlement.
ical hacks because they surreptiiloUsl.x Iteve that the art icle in quest Inn will
appropriate tlie title of citizeii’s candi- do Berk, any good, P'pei ¡ally when In t he County'('our: of the Stat«* of Oregon,
for ti.e t'oiinty of Jackson, sitting in pro
tt is kDown lhat Turner aspires to b«*
dates. The alias is loo Ir m-p irent.
bate at its May term.
tiis private sevretary.
Messrs. Tnayer, N> ltn< r and Reame-,
In the mutter uf the e-tate of N. C. Dean,
caud Ida'e tin the Democratic Slate lick
J. II. r«)ZER,tlie Deiiiovraticcandidate
et, accompanied by several genllcmt-o
for .Sheriff, i- known to lie a gentleman «» said e-tate, hax ing til, 1 in -aid Court
from lliis ¡»lace, Vi-Ilt-d * \-ltl rid on
his lilial account for seitleinent, and also
Fi iday la-t. Al th mgit but lew hour-’ of .Ji iracter and well qu-ildi d for tin* praying toi an or«i<-r lor selling the time
Unlike his opponent, he is md for hearing the same, therefore notice is
tn (I ice Wits gi ven, quite a large amli of’i •«».
as n chronic <>fiice -eekt-r, in hereby given that -aid filial account will
enee as-emt.ied «it Mill. r’s h ill Io h< a>
be heard am I <l«-u-rmmetl in said t’oiirton
Mr. 1 hayet’s remarks, winch Wen win h «•iipn ily Mr. Bybe«» has gained Tue-dav, Juno 4, 1-7X, at 1<> o’clock a . m .,
eon-iderahle notoriety But no sm-ce-- at whieli time all peiscn- having any ob-
.'♦ir. I./ a ; is g lining-tretigi h every l(-(-li(ms tv -aid linal account and settlement
H in. W. W. 'l’h ivcr is m iking hosts
lay and his election bv a neat majori
of ft ¡ends wherev'T he goes. Not a
ty is confident ly predicted.
word cm I m * said ;ig tin-t tn n p<-r-on il
ly, and his eminent fitness for the
J ie Clough has bi en Hojoutnmg in
place to which he a-ptres is aekiiowl
town for t he past week, but has re-
edged by even hismo-t bigoted oppo
-umed his position with the O. A C.
neiits. His plain, niia-.suining tn.in
ner- prove him to be a in in ot th«* peo •Si ige Co.
FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS,
ple, whom he will Liiltiluily serve.
Mon«»v it is -aid notn it tistanding t li
I Ills Week s Sentinel denote- the ■«• s: ringeney <>f the time- was never tielorc* so
ee—ion of a eerlain prole-sion.il, \\ ho i* ph* 1111 fu I. I ho ♦ an.is ot I he variofis nione- BYBEE & MONDSCHEIN, Proprietors
t .iv m-' it nt i -ns are lilied to repletion. I-
al-<> a <■
nix th.lie further r. quisi e to the happiness
idle t-i Bt«». Turtle!, ol the fiuliinate po-.M--.sors of this golden
g mrds tne iitlcrest- store? .Many ol them are the victims ol dis mins WIJ.L KNOWN MARKET, OP-
I posile Kahler A liro.'s drug-Moie, is
ease—congestion, liv.-rm kidney complaint,
his man Ft id iy man
plies, tever ami ague, or some similar ail- better prepared than ever to tarnish the
campaign. Wumh-t meiit. To su<-h we -ay, do not be discoiir- public w ith the choicest quality of
it t iis aceounis for,the It -mi of mis- aged. 1-Tese's Hamburg Tea will surely Fresh J3«-cf.
repre.-entat ion nn«! billing-gate lliul bring relief. It <*!eanses the b.awels, puri
ties the blood and renovates the entire sy»-
con-u ues the greater portion of the
Bacon, Salt Meats.
trillion has ever performed -uch marvelous
F’(»r.--tvill.*, S i
cure-, or mamtaiiied -o wide a icpulalion.
Sausage, Lard, Etc.
a- A yi - ii ' s CmaiKV Pi;, tohai ., winch i- rec
three yens eg', was ea|
The most ¡avertible indu'ements ottered
J.*s-e I). Cali’s ranch on
eases of ihc throal and lungs. Its long con to pat roil-, and no effort will be spareti
on Sunday I i-t by Noali II
tinued -cries of wonderful cure- in all cli- toward gix iirg eeiiora! satisfaction.
ui i'es has made it universally known as a
.•reek, who knew th«* mui<
BVI'.l i; A Nl< »NDSCHEIN.
-ate and reliable agent loemplov. Against
ifornia. L-*e was
ordinary colds, which are the forerunners
11 imakor xn i j i 1 1 1\ v 1 1 If,
of more serious disorders, it acts speedily
and surely, always relieving suitering, and
turn to aii-wer. He will douhtlev
taken hick ere long to stand a tr
bv its timely u-e in the throat and lung dis
I here is about $7ljtl r.-waid <>lL*rta<l
orders ot children, make- it an invaluable
renied v to be kept al wa vs on hand ineverv
his arrest, of which Mr. ll.lt
home. No person can afford to b«> wiilioiit
worthy, us lie spent much lime
it, and those who have once used it never
t ra. k n g Hie fugu i ve.
will. From th«»ir knowledge of its compo
-ition and effects. Physicians u-e tin* < 'unit
i ; y Pin toKAl. extensively in their practi
'1’0 » C unning .— 1 he nomination of ami «'lergvmeii recommend it. It is ab
I*. Donegan lor Trett-urer last Satur lately certain in it- remedial «“fleet-, a
will a I wa vs cuie where cures are possible.
day was a di-play of the smallest dvin
For -ale bv all dealers.
igogi-m. Thu nianagers of this by
mid coil, «-rii thought to thus c.ipiuit
HoRN—SATTERFIELD—On May 1st, by
111v«il<-s of <mr Iii»h cit iz.ens ind -up
J. W. lfaxs, .1. P., Dillon Horn ami Miss
posed they could be switclii-d ofj from thi-ii
Barbara A. Satterfield.
Demoera:ic t.pih like so many cattJe. This
is a gross presumption upon their intelli GRHT'IN NAYLOR -At the residence of
gence and a broad in.-nlt to their belter leel-
the bride's father, May 4th, by Rev. W.
iii4Ts. Tnc-e tricksters have not flit* first
11 m IImi t, John B. Grillin and Miss Net
ide.i <>t electing Mr. Donegan. He has been
placed upon the ticket tor trading k . ck, and
will be mercilessly swapped oil in the inter
ests of the tavoriles.
Kt Bld— In Jacksonville, May 4th. to the
wife of K. Kubii, a daughter.
I iiE action ol Hie (Jo.x and Brown
Y -In Jac-ksouville. Mav 3d, to the wife
ma-s meeting la-t Saturday lias had a
of 1-'. Luv, a daughter.
magic effei t in cementing tin» Democ
racy throughout the county. Demo
crats are fully aware tliat they cannot
possibly gain atiylhing in the « lection
of ;i solitary man upon the mongrel
lieket presented, an<l are more «leter-
mined than ever in Hi«» support ol FOURTH STREET, JACKSONVILLE The Eureka Flouring Mills!
their own nomint»es. The prospect.-
O1TUATED SEVEN MILES N'ORTII-
f >r a signal Democratic triumph are
east <»f Jacksonville. Terms ea-y. and
becuinitig belter each dav.
AVING TAKEN CHARGE OF THE guaranteed
in good running order. For
shop formerly occupied by Dan. Croiie- further particulars
apply at the nulls.
miller, situated north of Card wed’s Lively I’f’ison.s having flour,
I N««RATEFl'L.—A-liiund is a strong
shorts or bran at
stable, 1 am now prepared to do
the null art* re<|nested iolake t hem a .xav on
Republican precinct and js greatly re-
or before the ‘JOth ol' June, 187S; and all per
GF.AEIt Al. HUCK8M1 Till A«
sons i iu lebi ci I io ihe uiidei signed, or to the
li«-d upon in each recurring campaign
late firm of AP-Kcnzie «V Amy, will save
Io furtii-h a solid m «j >ruv for tb-ii in the best manner and on short notice. costs
by settling the same xxitii either cash
My term-aro rea-onabie. Satisfaction guar
party. Site failed to get any of the anteed. Givi» me a trial.
or note on or before the alaivemamed date,
as the books must be squared up.
’V llorse-shoeing a specialtv.
chicken pit» last Saluiday — even a
April ¡9, 1878.
T. T. M< KENZIE.
-mull—(bough presenting candidates
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1878.
for a majority of the «»(lives. But it
happened that she wasn’t on the slate, &i*i* n week in your own town.
which will readily account for the OHO free. No risk. Reader if you want
a business at which persons of either sex
can make gieat pay ali the time they work,
write l«»r particulars to H. H ai . i . i • r A Co..
T he Mitchell candidate for Sheriff Portland, Maine.
will timi that there is a va-t diff- tenc«
) AI NTs. patent or other)«>il-, Varnishes,
h. tween an endorsement by Ute Re
>hella<-, W indow Gla-s, Emery, Boiax,
etc., for sale in endless quantities bv
publican State Central Committee ami
J« »UN MILLER.
an endorsement by the people ol
Jackson county at the po.ls next June.
IVE CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
ladies to the l:v.-l that xve have now on
i hand the largest and best selected assort
ment ot L A I >1 ¡¿S’ Di: I ’SS «-¡Ol >DSj and b AN
GY «j< >« >D.s ofewry «ie-criptioii in Southern
(>r«*g(’M, atrl we xx ill henceforth make litis
line of goods our specialty and sell them at
Prices to Suit the Times«
To the gentlemen we will say, if yoit
want a No. 1 St" IT OF CLOTHES you tnusl
goto Realties Bros, to buy it, as weclaim to
nave the best STOCK OF CLOTHING in
Jackson county and will allow no one to uii -
These goods were all purchased by a mem
ber of our linn from FIRST-CLASS HOUS
ES in San Francisco and New York, and we
will warrant every article and sell them as
cheap loreish as any house in the cotiuty.
We alto keep on ha mt a full stuck of
H A R D W A RE, C U T L E K Y, G b ASS W A R Ef
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOObS,
E c. Etc.
Give us n call and judge for yourselves as
i<» on r capacity ol Im nisiiing goods as above.-
•• I be proof of the pudding is eating it.”
B ros .-
Oregon St., Jackson vIIH,
W. J. PLYMALE.
just received a new
stock of Harness, Buggies ami Car
riages, I am now prepared to furnish my
patrons and the public generally with as
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
horses hired to go to any part of the country.
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses
broke to work single or double. Horses
boarded, and the best of care bestowed upon
them while in my charge.
A liberal share of the public patronage is
W. J. l’LYMALE.
BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE
rpHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD HERE-
1 bv inform the public that he has ONE
1 11« ds A N 1 • Bt s 11 ELS of superior Juckson
« 'reek Lime for sale cheap. Fersorth wish
ing Brick-laving or Plastering dfinfe irt th«J'
best style and til reasonable rate* Will* do
well tn cull on me. For further information
inquire at the l*Tanco-American Hotel.
G. W. MOLT.
Jacks (uville, Feb. 11, 1^75.
FOR SALE OR RENT !
Baum and lady have returned
from a visit to New York.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS«
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, ETC:
k. R. RÍCÁiffc».
L 8. P. Marsh has received the con
tracts for building two new churches
J. Q Latta informs us that I< irews-
ki’s store near Uhavuer’s bndgu lias
Smith <& Waisrn tn have suspend««
operations on their shall, hut will re
sume next week.
Wm. P. filler arrived
county last week and started fur the
Dalles on Tuesday’.
Jos. Saltmarsh found another fine
nuggetin his claim on Sterling recen l-
ly. Il weighed $53.
Mrs. J. W. Bowman, of Pendleton,
sister of the into .Mrs. 51 mitlug, ar. iVcu
here on t'uesday last.
The Democracy will immediately
inaugurate a thoiough and aggressive
campalg i in Illis county.
Judge Tolman, the new Survuyor-
General, lias goue Io Portland lo U3-
sume the duties of his utlicu.
D emocratic M eeting .—An im
promptu meeting was held on Oregon
I n M asonic B uilding , O regon S t .,
I -ires to announce to the public that he
is now prepared to fill all orders for cake*
of ever.v description, such as wedding «-Mtes,-
cakes lor parties, xvine cakes; also bYown
and rye bread, ginger snaps and eravkers.-
lake- orders on exchange. Prices reasona
ble and -aii-taclion guaranteed.
Fresh bread exerv day.
PRO BONO PUBLICO.
mill: PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOT!-
1 tied that I have placed my notes an«f
accounts m the hands of my attorney, H.
K. Hanna, with positive instructions to
make immediate and forced collection in ev
ery install'^* where security !s not given.
'Chose knowing them-elves indebted to
me will do well to call upon Mr. Hanna,
without delay, as this is my last call. My
business must be setthsl !
JAMES T. GLENN.
Jacksonville, Sept. 9. 1*74.
Farms for Sale
Persous desiring to purchase good farms
of any “fzc will do wc|) to enquire of
J<t||N !«<»LT. \ >(•>!« j;it«-, < »r'-gon.
LL kind-of ammunition for -ale bv
J< '14 N Mil l I II.