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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1878)
Democrats, remember that npxt
Offiriil Paper for Jackson, Jo&rpliine X Lake. Monday is the day of election. The
result of that election will decide the
MAY 31,1S7K. polity of the State and nation. Jackson
county has been selected by the oppo
sition as the place to make their great
fight for tiie ascendency in the United
States Senate, and it is conceded that,
if the Democracy loses the legislative
ticket in this county, the opportunity
of electing a Democratic Senator in
Oregon is lost. Let Democrats con
JOHN WHITEAKER....... Of Lane County.
sider this fact in all its bearing.
AM» ElKHAKt IN
< <H N I'Y.
To th e E i » iti nt or itie T imi .- :
1 have written to a reliable friend in Port
land and satisfied myself as to Mr. Thaver’s
disinterestedness iu swamp land, and I shall
support Mr. 1 haver and Mr. Reames—not
because they ar> Democrats, but because 1 ■
am satisfied they are honest, conscientious
men, w hose selfish, grasping greed has mu,
and will not, prompt them to engage in
perpet rating frauds upon the people.
Mr. Reames 1 have known for over twen- ,
ty-fou r yea rs. We were bovs and school
fellows together, and during my acquaint
ance with him have never known or heard
W. W. THAYER................... Of Multnomah.
Tho Republican party bus controlled the aught against his honesty and integrity.
For Secretary of State:
Had Mr. Beekman desired to do what I
legislation of tho country ior the period of
T. O. REAMES...............................Of Jackson. seventeen years; hence is responsible for strict justice demanded of him in rela
tion to lands in contest between settlors and
the State to lands w hereon he has a swamp
Four years ago the Democratic party as land tiling,he could have done so at ¡tn v time
A. H. BROWN.................................. Of Baker.
Fbr Stale Printer:
sumed control oi the lower House of Con- during the past seven years. In one or two
A. NOLTNER......................... Of Multnomah. gross. Tliey have kept that ascendency instances the lands heeiaims were occupied
for a year or more before any swamp land
Superintendent of l‘ul>lic Inst ruction:
since, during which time tho expenses of I bill ever passed the Oregon Legislature.
T. J. STlfES......................................... Of Linn. the Government have been reduced over i Mr. B. could not be ignorant ot the fact.
His course in conniving for, and in ac
¡145,000,000 annually. The wholesale plan- 1
the nomination of Governor, shows
dering of the U. S. Treasury has been
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
him to be lacking in modesty as well as
stopped and the backbone of class legisla frankness.
tion broken. Yet there is much left undone;
The course of the fienhnel, under the con
r. p. prim
I and, in order to enable the House to bring trol of such ¡t two-faced,double-dealing syco
Fbr Prosecuting Attorney:
about a full measure of relief for the people, phant as Timer, could not help being in
JAS. R. NEIL,............................... Of Jackson
consistent. Before Convention it refused to
I we must also have control of the U. S. Sen
publish any article tending to warn the peo
ate. We are now on tiie threshold of suc ple against the nomination of Mr. Beekman
cess, and if we remain true to ourselves vic on the ground that ho “was not, and would
not be, a candidate” tor that oliiee. And to
tory will perch tip in our banners.
blind Lhe peoplo still further, Mr. B. came
J. N. T. MILLER
For State Senator..
Let Democrats remember that the Radical out in a card to the same effect. Atthesame
< W. M. COLVIG, majority in the U. S. .Senate enabled Hayes to time, and fora year or more previous, Mr.
For Representatives........ joS. A> CKAI n !
usurp the Presidency. It enabled the lead B. and his partners had been manipulating
of the Republican party to stifle the ‘ the wires to secure that very nomination.
J. R. TOZER.
I The Sentinel says truly vv lien it slates that
i clear and unequivocal expression of a vast 1 Mr. B. is no politician. Nor will ho ever be
For County Clerk............ W. J. PLYMAI/E. I majority of freemen, and took from them an such. A man who has become by habit
and association a political wire-puller, and
For Treasurer...............NEUMAN FISHER. honest and fairly won v ictory. Let Duitio- I seeks oliiee to accomplish base personal
I crats note the fact that the Presidential steal ; ends, is debarred by nature from ever dis
.SAM CEL J. STECKET i could not have been perpetrated on the
tinguishing him-elf as one who studies the
American people without that Republican wivlfiro of the publican I sacrifices personal
• (JOHN O'BRIEN. majority in the I'. S. Senate. Two years I onus to tiecompltsh public benefactions.
There are few Republicans with stomachs
...J. D. FOUNTAIN. will soon pass and we will be called npou to | stout enough to swallow the dish of crow,
For School Sup't
vote for another President. What guaran | ‘•Beak” and all, dished up by our State eon-
For Coroner................ DR. A.C. STANLEY. tee will or can tho people have that this I vention. Earhart, a swamp land filer him
same robbery will not again obtain? These self, and the secretary of the former Survey-
I are momentous and stubborn facts, ami it i or-General who was the tool of I lie swamp
Jacksonville Precinct Ticket.
land ring to undo the work of former Sur
For.Tustice of the Peace,........ T. B. KENT. behooves every lover of his country to pon veyor-Generals and aid his friend- in their
w holesale bn el grabbinir, has no in«>ro claim
For Constable...................... D. W. CROSBY. der them well.
<>'ur v U - t han 1/r. Beckman, and both
This is the principal issue you must de ‘ upon
hive courted the defeat w h eh awaits them.
cide at the ba!lot-b.x NEXT MONDAY.
to rm: l’l 111.ic.
Is it not a little cm ions that swampland
You are called upon to either rebuke or tac i Democrats advocate Beekman's claims? Is
it not al-o a little singular t hat one of Beek
We, the undersigned, having read itly endorse this terrible crime against Amer man
A t'o.’s t.i'/»’lie affidavit, men has
the luader in the Oregon Sentinel of ican liberty. Yea, more than that: You : the nomination on the people's^?) ticket for
are called upon to decide whether that U. State Senator, when his only recommenda
May 29, 1878, headed “Fitness for S. Senate shall remain Radical and whether tion is hi- -ub-ervteiicv to the wishes of his
Office,” would stato as a simple act of J. IL Mitchell, one of the chief conspirators managers?
While desiring the success ot the princi
justice to Mr. Ply male that we are in the Presidential steal, shall again disgrace 4 ples of the Republican party, my vote shall
personally well acquainted with him, tne people of Oregon in the councils of the never knowingly begiven to a man who-e
principles and practices ¡ire ¡it variance
aud that bis education fully qualifies
Tt is a duty we owe to ourselves and to with the declared principles of republi
canism, and whom I believe to have secured
him to fill the office of County Clerk; posterity to do all in our power to thwart his n< noiiatmn lojr.-elh.-li p.irpo-«--.
An honorable, consistent D> nioerat before
and, with the practice which he will the recurrence of such a gigantic and out
¡in incoii-isient,tricky Republican.
have after July next, he will conduct
Hoping for the success of tn j of your can
the golden opportunity to throttle the hydra didates, i remain
the business of lhe office with ciedit to headed monster, and Jackson county is one
Very truly yours,
himself aud friends.
of the strategic points oi the battle-field. I
<>. A. S teakns .
E. D. F oudray .
The opposition have staked their all to de I
limose 1«' Ilei ween iheni.
feat lhe Democratic ticketof this county,and.
S ilas J. D ay .
men of Jackson, we appeal to you to con
The Republican and Democratic can
SOI TO BE OVE2CLOOKLD.
sider the importance of this election. Do
not be swerved from your plain duty by tho didates for Secretary of Slate are R. 1’.
In the heat of our local campaign many puerile and silly lies manufactured by Earhart and our fellow townsman, T.
Democrats should not overlook the the opposition. You have tho chance to G. Reames. The former is recognized
strike the decisive blow. DON'T FAIL as an easy-going,accommodating clerk,
fact that we have a full set of State of TO DO IT.
For Senator and lie presen tati ve*.
Mart. Brown is issuing the Demo
crat duily during the campaign, and is
making a red but and effective sheet
Bro. Turner, of the East Oregonian,
who is never behindhand, also issues
a daily. lie is makiug a splendid fight
for the Democratic ticket.
FOR GO VI R .Milt.
J. C. FLOED,
Beekman's private secretary begs
lhe question. In his organ lie desires
to leave the inference that tiie T imes
lias made personal warfare on his mas
ter. The facts are to the contrary. The
T imes has been the most temperate of
all of Mr. Beekman’s opponents, with
out any reason for its being so. What
we have said against him none of his
supporters presume to deny, and wo
could have legitimately gone further
had we dee mod it worth the while,
Mr. Beekman is not so immaculate but
AN OLD-LINE REl’l BI.ICAN ANALYZES
ficers to elect. Our nonfinees are
Ont the Lookout.
known to be men of ability, integrity
and personal worth. There is not one i We learn that several of the Repub
of them, from Governor down, but lican Greeubackors in this county now
what merits the sup|»ortof every Dem propuse sneaking back to their first love
ocrat and the conservative masses in and vote tho Republican Stale tick
general. The Democratic State ticket et, having decoyed all the Democrats
is in every way vastly superior to its possibly into this Greenback delusion.
competitors. We challenge a compari This is what may have beeu expected.
son as between them and invite an in Wo all along contended that this
dividual canvass of the qualifications would be dune, and advised Demo
crats to boware of tho traps set for
of tbe various candidates.
Hon. W. W. Thayer, for Governor, them. This new-fangled movement
is an eminent lawyer, of undoubted in cannot hopo fur the smallest success,
tegrity, and unquestionably tho man and for Democrats to insist in it is the
I sheerest housense. It directly aids tiie
for the place.
Honest John Whiteaker is recog i natural enemy of lhe Democracy, the
nized by even his opponents as one who , Republicans, and that is certainly
will serve the people in Congress with enough to condemn it with them.
However, a prominent Greenbacker
zeal, ability and diligence.
Thos. G. Reames combines all the says that he has confidence in the sin
qualities that go to make a splendid cerity of the Republicans in that move-
j merit, aud informs us that they shall
Secretary of State.
For State Treasurer, Hon. A. H. show their hand on election day. If
Brown is again presented.
He has they prove faithless, a general stam
gained an enviable reputation as a ca pede of Democrats iu the cause to the
pable, conscientious and first-class offi old party will follow.
A. Noltner will make a very accepta
Wm. M. Turner, the editor of Bro.
ble Slate Printer. He is fully identi
Beekman’s organ, is endeavoring to do
fied with tbe art preservative and is
well acquainted with the requirements a lively business iu the way of swapping
votes. He lias importuned a number
of the position.
Democrats to trade, offering to vote
Last, but not least, is T. J. Stites,
candidate for Superintendent. A bet for any candidate ou the Democratic
ter nomination could not huve been ticket for a Vote for Beek. Democrats
made. An Albany correspondent fully should not be caught on a pin-book by i
sets forth his claims to the place on this very aslule political trickster.
D on ’ t swap .
our first page.
Let Jackson county give the whole
ticket a rousing majority.
FLOED & CO., ROSEBURG, Or.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
< ¿ IO
5 5 121 «CM I1 > I
1HYS WHEAT, WOOL AND I’Rt >D1 < E, A NT
1J for the same. Has constantly on hand
CLOTHING, DRY-GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUORS AND TOBACCOS,
PIONER HARDWARE STORE.
TIN, SBEET-IFtON AND
. the 29th day of June. 1818,
followed by F. R.
k I’, m ., of said dav. all the right,
letter to the chai
interi.st of the -a: I Alden Fruit
g < ’ompany «-f Jacksonville, < no
ie lolknting de-ci ibcil real prop-
As I e inno! fully endorse the platform of
your party, I hereby beg leave to decline
the Hom>n.iiio11 tor the o.¡ice »>! State fleas-
urer, tendered me by said party in conven
tion tit Albany, April 3d.
:lin I»'!, pi icce or parrei oflaml,
Iv ing and be.iig in ihe town <>t
e. county ot Jackson, State of
. moro ; a : t iridi ri v described as
( munii in
ir ai thè west corner of
ih .imi Fine
LJ'. ! .. aloug thè 1 ine
il'-gag.»‘s line; Iheliee
>11 < 'll
lo- , (eet; lliciicefi.
\\ P*l A 1
<> l’ila -tire.; thence
' ' ¿c \\ f
lo tli< pia«-»« < ! beg:n-
« I. N<». 14 )y-
Hit 11 Ol
ri 's doiiatioii
l<‘ t i lilt dryer, liou-o
herein or lhereuii:«»
in any wise appertaining. Al-
lu, title and interest, pro-ent
ve, "! '.he-aid Alden Fruit En
emy ol J;v k-onvdle. <>reg».n,
-oleand exclusive right ton c
iu J;i'-k-»<ii county, < iregon,
known ascertain improvements in piepar-
imr toiiia'os - ami other fruits:u<d vegetables
as food. Al-of> r improvements mapparauis
for evaporating the moisture from animal
and vegeiabie Mib-taiicv!-. Al»» lor improve
ments ia treaimg lruits 1« dry, saccharify,
ami pre-ervc them, which assignment ot
right to -aid Aide»/ Fruit Pre-erviMg Com
pany of Jacksonville, Oregon, was made by
Chai les Alden and A-a D. Dickins/»«, of New
York, by indenture bearing date.July K, 1^76,
and recorded in vol. 7, page 415, Record of
Deeds for Jackson county, Oregon, onthu3<Kh
day of August A. D. 1*70.
Ail levied upon as the property »»f the said
Alden Fruit Preserving Company of Ja<*k-
sonville, Oregon, to satisfy the demand of lhe
above named execution.
I. W. M ANNING,
Sheriff of Jacks«m county, Oregon.
PUMPS AND PIPE,
The Greenbavkcrs, having no candi
dates for (' mgressman or State Treas
urer, could not do better than vote fur
Messrs. Whiteaker and Brown, the
Democratic nominees lor those pici-
lions, and who st nuI upon a platform
quite similar to their own.
ÏIIR BEST WOSTENLOLM CUTLERY
Our .1 inlieiitl liehet.
with nothing particular to recommend
him for tiie important office he seeks.
He is considered by even his party
friends as a constitutional failure, nev
er having achieved any success until
he found his level as Ben. Simpson’s
chief clerk. Such staunch Republicans
as John II. Moores, D. McCully, of Sa
lem, and others, deem him as possess
ing no determination of character and
nut entitled Lu the confidence of the
people. Mr. Reames is too well known
to need an eulogium ut our hands.
Everybody recognizes him as a mau
of executive ability, financial judg
ment and general competency lor Hie
position he aspires to. Democrats
not alone will vote for him. He de
serves the votes of the conservative
masses and will receive many of
them—especially in Jackson cuuuty.
The Democracy has placed a first-
cl iss ticket in tiie field for the consid
eration of the voters
Ilis Honor, Judge Prim, has long
presided over our Circuit Court. His
superior <]ualifii ations for tiie posit ion
ate u nque.-diened, and that he is in vin
cible the fact tb it his political oppo
nents always fail to place anyone
against him fully illustrates.
Jas. R. Neil, the candidate for Pros
ecuting Attorney, has efficiently filled
the place before. Ho has no organ
ized opposition and will be elected by
a large majority.
POWDER AND FUSE,
* FIRST-CLASS MECHANIC WILL
.\ attend to Job-vvuik with matness ami
I will also keep constantly on ham! a
large stock of
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO.
Particular attention paid to Farmers'
wantsand the supplying <>fextrasfoi Farm
Machinery, and all information n< to such
articles furnished cheerf ully, on application.
No pains will be spared to furnish our
customers with tho best goods in lhe mar
ket, iu our line, and at lowest prices.
Agency of tho l’At'l /It RUBBER PAINT
— the best in tho wm Id.
Uahou up a Mump.
Our motto shall be prompt and fair deal
ing with all. Call and examine our stock
The Judge nt Foot’s creek denied before going clsiw here. Sail Taction guar
TS HEREBY GIVEN ’¡HAT SEALED
the part taken by himself in tiie ¡natter antee'!.
I pro;- '-alswill lie received by thel'ierkof
J. II. RENN, Manager.
the County ( ourt of Jack»; n < ’ouut v ,< In gon,
of the attempted naturalization of Chi
until 12 o’clock, M. Wt'diiesday, Juno 6,
namen, and told his hearers that he
¡s7s, f>r theeai»’. custody ami maintenance
ot ail the >iek and «lisable«! poor portions ot
did not remember of insisting on Mr.
Jackson County, <ircgon, for the tei m ol one
year from the 15ih day wt June, l.H7b; also
Foudray placing his Chinese clients’
for the term of two years from said «late,
declarations to become citifcens on rec
who may need niedieinc, imslical attendance
ord. lie very conveniently omitted BYBEE & MONDSCHEIN, Proprietors and treatment or surgical operations, who
now are a county «'barge or who hereafter
to make the same denial at Sum's Valley the
may during said time tiecome such, w here-
everin said Jacksmi county such |M>rs<>iis
following day, knowing full well that the
proof was on hand to substantiate lhe state rpiIIS WELL KNOWN MARKET, OP- may lie, to provide ami furnish for them
good, wholesome food, comfortable chillies,
ment made in the T imes . It would be I posite Kahler A Bro.’s drug-store, is room-, lodgings, I he washing, nursing, med
much belter for the Judge to “acknowledge better prepared than ever to furuiMh tbe ical and siirgii-al attendance and medicines
public with tbe choicest quality of
lhe corn" ami take tbe consequences.
which may be necess:iry or suitable to such
pe rson s respect i ve 1 y.
For School Superintendent.
All bids to be accompanic«! by an under
taking executed by sufficient sureties m the
The Democratic nominee for this im
sum of one thousand (Xl.tKHi) dollars, to bo
Bacon, Salt Meats. void upon the condition that the bidder, if
portant position, James D. Fountain, is
the contract is awarded to him, will within
no doubt one of the most capable per
eight days thereafter (or such further time
as the Court may allow ) enter into an agree
Sausage« Lard, Stc.
sons that could be found, lie has a
ment and give tiie necessary undertaking
The most favorable inducement« offered tor the faithful performance of the contract,
thorough collegiate education, is a
to patryiis, and no cti'ort will be spared payments to be made cvetv three month«
practical school teacher, and possesses toward giving viencral satisfaction.
by orders drawn on the Treasurer of Jack-
BYBEE A MoNDSClll’lN.
son c«>unty, Oregon.
all the attributes that go to make a
I The Court res«Tves the right to accept or
first-class officer. Moreover, Mr. Foun
reject any or ail propo-tils.
By order ot the County Court.
tain is long a resident of Jackson coun
E. D. FOUDRAY,
ty and permanently located among us,
We have for four consecutive weeks ad
vertised the ballots, nearly all in the same
hand-writing, that defeated the will oi the
Democratic party as being in possession of
Mr. Kubli.— Sentinel,
“Jos’ so.” Yuu have been persist
ing in this silly falsehood for just
“four consecutive weeks.” We have
always considered this statemeut as a
ridiculous fabrication, made lor effect
and too contemptible to notice. Wo
now offer ÿ2i) m gold lor any ten of
those ballots that appear in the same
band-writing and d< iy anyone to pro which fact makes him cognizant of
duce them. Dither “pul up or shut the many requirements of our schools.
GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES !
How Very Contemptible.
Our Republican friends aro exer
cised over llm T imes styling Beek
man a demagog æ. Web-tor defines
the w<>rd tornean “au artful politician.”
Tne definition describes Beck, to a
dot and Republicans need only to call
to memory bis exceedingly transpar
ent card of declination, published just
before the Republican Slate Conven
tion, to bo convinced of it.
The Sentinel has been distinguished
for nothing but its miserable falsehoods
and vile abuse, which cannot but ren
der it utterly contemptible with the
intelligent voters of Southern Oregon. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE,
J AC K SON VI L L E, G R EC. ON.
This week it pays especial attention to
the Democratic candidate for Clerk, JOHN MILLER,
beslimiug him with filth and atrocious
ly misrepresenting bis career. Tur
FARM FOR SALE.
ner A Watson know they cannot sub
stantiate what they fulminate, but that GHIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
1 sale his ranch situated on Sterling creek,
is a secondary consideration with them. containing IGi acres, all under fence. For
ty acres are under cultivation, w ith plenty
of vegetable land; a good orchard, living wa
ter on various parts, plenty of timber and
line stock range. U. S. title. Inspection
THO*. II. GILSON.
Brass and Siring Band, who so kindly vol
unteered their services <luring our stay here.
Also to others who may have assisted us,
and to the public in general for its liberal
patronage. Assuring them that all will be
gratefully remembered, we hope to meet
you soon again.
R avi . B ovlox axi > F amily ,
a week in your own town. ?5 Outfit
free. No risk. Reader if you want
a business at which persons of either sex
can make great pay all the time they work,
write for particulars to IL ILvu.i.r A Co.,
FULL line oi shelf and heavy hardware
for sale bv
merchant of this place, who is well
known throughout the county. None
can say aught against him, and, as he
is well qualified for the position, the
voters will do well in electing him by
a huudsume majority.
PAYS HIGHEST CASH l’RICK
what his claims to the position lie seeks can
be disputed, especially when his opponent
is a man of sterling worth and eminent qual
LADIES' DRESS and FANCY GOODS,
ifications. We have the kindest of feelings
for Mr. Beekman. And, in the discussion
of his merits and demerits our position as a
public journalist makes incumbent on us,
1 I <i i*<I wsiCrockerv* 1'21 <
an absence of partisan spleenanda strict ob
servance of tho tacts have always prevailed.
I also have on hand a Car-load of the Celebrated
This State has grown to such proportions
that its interests are many ami varied, and
FISH BROS. <fc CO. WAGONS,
the executive must necessarily be qualified
Which I offer for sale at PORTLAND PRICES.
to determine many intricate questions
f.ir Customers will find my stock COMPLETE, comprising many articles it is impos
which are certain to present themselves dur sible here to enumerate, all of which will be sold
ing every Governor’s administration. Every
Cheaper than by Any Other House in Roseburg.
measure or law passed by tho Legislature
Roseburg, May 1, IR7P.
J. C. FLOED.
must bo scrutinized, approved, or vetoed
by the Governor, ami in order to do so un
Sheriff 's Sale.
derstanding!)’ the incumbent .should haven
thorough knowledge and be acquainted
1)Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION DU-
with the fundamental principles <>fgovern
1 I ) ly issued out ot the Circuit Court of the
ment. Mr. Thayer is one of tho ablest con
' state ot Oregon, for the county of Jackson,
i on the 25th dav of May, 1*7-, ami to me di
stitutional lawyers in the .State, ami is thor
rected and delivered, in favor of Davit! Linn,
oughly qualified to grapple with every ques
MRS J. BILGER,
■ Max Muller ami Herman v. Helms, plain-
tion that may arise during his administra
H .tl's. and against the Al len Fruit Prenerv-
| ing t'oiiipaiiy of Jacksonville, Oregon, de-
tion. Ilevviilnot be compelled to procure
STAND </F J. BI LG El | fendant
Ibr the recovery of the sum of
others to prepare his State parsers, while bis
yi.e. •74.75. gold com. and interest thereon at
many other excellent qualit ics go to make
er cent, per annum in lik«..... iu from the
lum especially the man for the place.
2.7th i dav of May, 1x7b, ami th«- further miiii
I of ?•- 22.25 costs ami d.-l»ui -ciiieiits of suit, and
‘•One by One Hie H um *« Fall.*’
j t |j(‘ ; accruing costs, 1 have levied upon and
v» ill i oiler
otler for sale
ca-ii in I . S
S. gold coin
side for ca-h
T. F. Campbell having declined
i al public auction to lhe highest t I bidder at the
nomination for Congressman on
Court tioiisc dooi- in Jacksonville, Jackson
Democrats should not lose sight of I
their legislative ticket. A successor
of J. II. Mitchell is to be elected and
every vote counts. Our candidates
for the Legislature are known to be
* lor County » <» in mi mm io neri».
men well qualified. Col. Miller, for
Senator, has bad one term’s experience
The people of Jackson county can
in the position and will make us a first-
The Democratic nominee for Treas not do better than elect John O’Brien
The undersigned tender their sincere
class officer. A better nomination for urer, Neuman Fisher, is an established and John Daley as Commissioners. thanks to the members of the Jacksonville
Representative thau Wm. M. Colvig could
not lie made. He possesses all the attributes
of a valuable member of the House,which he
will certainly be. Mr. Crain has served us
once before and has established the reputa
tion of being a conscientious and diligent
legislator, who knows just how to vote.
Give them ail a rousing majority.
They are fully identified with our ev
ery interest, well acquainted with the
various requirements of our population,
and are withal just the men to manage
our county affairs. They should by all
i means be elected.
Frey’s Boot and Shoe Store,
C ai . ifokma STREET,
aving permanently located
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re
informs the public that he
pri'pared to <1<> all kinds of work in lhe boot
and sho< making line. Satisfaction guaran
GEORGE W. FREY.
VOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
1A whom it may concern that I.Cyrus ||.
Pickens, Sr., h ive m.tde, con.-titut«sl and
¡q-pointod mv son, E. 1*. Pickens, my law-
tul agent and attorney, with full power and
,authority to manage and transact ail mv
„business for me, and with full control over
my prop«-rtv and credit; and I hereby re
quest all per-oiis having unsettled ¡leecuints
¡it this date to come forward ami
make settlement of the same with mv said
agent and attorney.
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CYRUS II. PICKENS.
Table Ris k harm, Feb. In, l>7s.