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Till; HEW Alii» OF 1M1I1.« ll.Ii'V.
By the l ist Congress provision was
made for the organization of a native
police force on each of the Indian r» e-
• rvations for ti e purpose of pte-irving
order, encouraging agi ¡culture, etc :
The number of the force is prescribed
by law, and they are to receive a small
salary each. The design of the organ
ization is not only to assist the civil I
T. G. REAMES.
E. K. REAME8.
It is stated that the H»»u«e Commit
The interest with which the recen' ;
IN PRICKS AT
IMfirin! Pnprr far Jackson, Josrphinr 4 Lttkr. agitation of the railroad question i« re
ceived Ly the people of Southern Ore mend tin appropriation of >3,500 to be
JANUARY 10. 1879. gon and Northern California is most paid to A. Il Meacham for the part he
MRS. J. BILGEx*.
gratifying. The meeting held at the acted in the Lava Bed tragedy. Thi«
Court House last Saturday was very is exclusive of the $10 per day and
AT THE OLD STAND OF J. BILGER
The investigating committee appoint satisfactory in its results. A« the in perqiii-itcs paid him at the time for
ed by the last Leg’sbitur«* to inquire into itial step in a project of such magnitude,
BA' ADOPTING A
alleged irr« gut rilies of < x State ofli it met with a support far more cordial mentary bonus for being the chief fac and military authorities in quelling
California St, Jacksonville,
vets has filed its report,advance copies 'han could have been anticipated
disturbances, etc., tint also to encourage
of which have bet n furnished to the Preparations are now being made for
the Indians in their efforts to acquire Jacksonville,
pre«s. It is a voluminous document.' popular meetings in every precinct of cent from the Government for any ser a knowledge of the useful arts of civil
preferring many charges, and has Jackson and adjoining counties. There vice he ever did while connected with
READ HIS CASH PHICES.
gained crn« hl era Me prominence since is every reason to believe that we the Indian Department. His insane
merit in every way. With li proper
it was issued. There is a leading weak have finally entered upon an organ
selection of men from the diff- rent
TIN, SHEET-IRON AND COPPER;WARE-
ness in the report which is liable to Iz -d plan which will engage the cor mark, lx>th among army officers and
Ir'sh Poplin, per yard................................... $1.50 ;
it is thought that much good Bl»«k Alpaca “ “ ..................................... 50c :
make against it, and th it is the fact of dial an«i zealous support of every com citizens, during the Modoc difficulty,
can l>e effected by the force. Tin* Melange, per var»l............................................. 25<-
the Committee arguing the matter a* munity in this vicinity, We q tinte and upon him rests the responsibility
liouhh* wulili dress goods, per yard.... 37,,s<;
Tidings says Capt. O. C. Appb-gate I'nbl«*aehe<i Muslin, per yd...... 10c upward ,
«lawyer would his brief, Instead of elsewhere a paragraph from the Yreka
is about to organize a company at
Eadie’s Hose. 8 pair for.... ....$1.00
presenting a plain, unvarnished state Journal which seem«, from all we can 1 and Gen. Canby. It is, perhaps, true
Kid Gloves, per pair......... ........ 75c
ment of its findings, and allowing the learn t>y Interview and correspondence, that when the moment came for the
Felt Skirts............................. ....$1.00
Chililreii’s corset waists. .. ..... $1.00
people to draw their own conclusions. to he a fair r» fl»-x of public opinion in Commissioners to go out to the slaugh
The Ihuttfvr I’HMt.
Embroid. Tab)«* < 'ov«*rs..... ..... $2.50
Laces 8«*., Embroideries pr yd A2% ll
This will naturally leave the impress Siskiyou county.. It is full time, ton, ter.pen prepared for them by Capt.
Sleeve and Neck Kuching......... 25c
PUMPS AND PIPE,
ion that the Committee was prejudiced, that the people of this section recog .Jack, Meacham cowardly faltered and
■dons of a renewal of Indian hostilities
whether this be the case or not. Some nize the importance and the necessity
east of the mountains for sometime Ladies setts from $2.50 up to $25.00, and
. other J«*welry cheap.
of the charges of extravagance and of securing quick and cheap communi men who accompanied him from
past. Chi< f Moses ami his band began
M EN’S UL< »THING.
violation of law, contained in the re cation with the sealtoard.
-howing themselves refractory,but they Suits for..................... .................... $12.00 upward
port, seem to I m * founded on disa ent isol.itetl condition we are nliitod until that moment camo he was loud
have been brought to terms without Boys’ Hats..............
greeable facts, and it is creditable
Duck Coats..... 5.00
with the Modoc chief, whom he de actual hostili'ies being inaugurated. Blanket-line«]
Boots and Shoes «old at the lowest price«,
to a Democratic Legislature that are not exorbitant, still Impose a
Moses is now a prisoner on the Simcoe
and ever.vt hing els«* in proportion for cash.
it instituted an invt stigation that heavy burden upon producer and con clared to be “a gentleman.” It is an
A full assortment of Groceries, Tobacco,
reservation, where it is proposed to
w ill lead to their discovery. But we sumer. Added to this are the consid insult to the memory of the brave men
Cigars, Pipes, Combs, Purses, Cutlery and
TO SELECT FROM TN
collect his scattered retainers.
THE BEST WOSTENHOLM CUTLERY
are also forced to the conclusion that
several of the items in the indictment tion owing to variable weather, the li-_
A Itc.’l'l I.«»SS.
Any One Store in Southern
will he found to be unsubstantiated ability to loss by transportation over
It would bean interesting stun for
Oregon or Northern
POWDER AND FUSE,
Æ-ÎTGIVE ME A CALL.-T1.Ç
Governor Thayer i« recommended ny rough, mountainous r »ads and vexa sory before the fact for eveiy citizen a Republican expert al figures, aftei
the committee to institute proceeding-* tiou« delay*, frequently involving loss and soldier sacrificed. And even now carefully estimating the value of
A B. Meacham is publishing a paper
for the recovery of the alleged defal to both shipper and contractor.
Hayes and deducting that from the
Î • ! • 1 Central Assortment of SHELF HARDWARE »
We understand that the distance in Philadelphia filled with regular in
cations. We .«ball ref- r to this invi s
Consolidation of HODGE, SNELL A CO
ligation at length in future issur-a. from Jacksonville to tide water at or »(ailments of falsehood regarding the
and T. A. DAVIS A CO.,
the R publican party in the purchase
The T imes is emphatically in favor of a near Ellensburg, in Curry county, i*
of hi® election.
OUR STOC K CONSISTS OF
thorough examination of the facts and somewhere between 90 and 100 miles dians. He is doing more to delude
W IIOL E S A L E D II U G GIST S,
the meting out of justice only in all It is asserted that the harbor at Ellens the public mind and render more intri
cases. If official culpability and dis burg is safe and commodious, and that cate the Indian problem than any other
FIRST-CLASS MECHANIC WILL
92 & 94 FRONT STREET
attend to Job-work with neatness and
honesty can be proven again-t anyone, the bar at the entrance thereto is per- man in the United States, and merits DISSOLUTION NOTICE
fectly safe for vessels of 300 tons bur- execration instead of reward, Wert*
I will also keep constantly on hand a
let him be lu Id strictly accountable.
large stock of
then. It is hardly to he doubted that
LADIES- DKESS GOODS, CASHMERES,
.1 the «•opartnorship heretofore existing
J All. TO THE Ml flORY OF THE 1)1- if an enterprise of such importance a« , gon he would be poweHess for harm; between J. W. M inning and J. B. Mont
AND DIAGONALS. SILKS AND
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO.
l‘.llil!l> « HIEF.
troinorv, in the livery business, is hereby
SATINS, BOOTS & SHOES,
this were earnestly
di olvcd !•-.• mutual consen». J. B. Mnnt-
Particular attention paid to Farmers’
a <*omplete stock of
( LOTH I NG, ETC.,
. ers because he pl tys upon the credulity gomorv retirinir. All accounts against tho
wants ami tin* supplying of extras for Farm
Last Wednesday was the sixty
late firm will tm settled by J. \V. Manning,
Machinery, ami a I i information as to «tick
to whom all :i'«*ounts duo th«* firm mu«t
fourth anniversary of the battle of end provisions for further improve
furnished cheerfully, on application.
LADIES’ CALIFORNIA-MADE CLOAKS. No pains
also |>o paid. The business will lie contin
wilt be spared to furnish our
New Orleans. Its annual recurrence ments of the hartsir. It is difficult to
ued bv tin* undei signed, who, thankful for
customers with ¡he ls*«t goods in the mar
pa«t patronage, solicit« a continnanee’of tlu* PERFUMERY anil TOILET ARTICLES
revives memories the most glorious in make even an approximate estimate of
ket, in our line, and at lowest prices.
J. \V. MANNING.
U’E PALI. THE ATTENTION OF THE
Agency of the PA< I .'It RUBBER PAINT
the history of this nation. On the
Jacksonville, Jan. 9, 1S7'.».
IT ladies to th«* fact that we have now on —the best in the woi Id.
porarie8 is a matter always worth
hand the largest and best se!eet««l assort
Our motto shall be prompt and fair deal
morning of the Sth of January, 1815, narrow gauge road to the Coast. Bas
ment of LA DI ES' DR ESS GOODS and b X N- ing wth all. Gall and examine our stock
for and every newspaper pub
the sun rose on the beautiful city of
Y GOODS of ei ery descript ion in Sout hern before going elsewhere. .Satisfaction guar
GLASSWARE, If VADO JU GLASS, C
lisher is pleased to receive it. Hence,
and we will lien»-eforth make this anteed.
In the matter of the estate of Joseph Cox,
the Crescent, invested by an army of
line of goods our specialty ami sell them at
J. H. PENN, Manager.
mercenaries whu-e bottle cry was Jo«. Gaston, E-q , President of the
the annexed coaij limentary notices,
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
I lieen«e of thoCoimtv Court ot tlu* State
“beauty and booty.” Opposing the Dayton A- Sheridan Narrow Gauge R
ot <»i-'tron, for J:«<-k«on cotmlv, sitting for PAINTER'S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
To the gentli-nu-n we will say, if you
long columns of the invader that filed R., Rnd H. Thielsen, a civil engineer
tlu* 11 a n«act ion of probate business on Jan
want a No. 1 St IT »»F C L< >T H Es von in list
uary 7tli.A.D. 1S79. the umlersimied, nd-
goto Reames Bros, to buv it. as weelaim to
up along the bioks of the Father of of recognized ability, who was for
m’ll >st rater <-f tbo estate of Joseph Cox. de
fur which we render thanks:
have the best STOCK <»F Cl »»THING in
Waters shouting peans of anticipated
ceas« d. will sei) at public auction fcr cash
Ja« k«on county and will allow- n<> one to un
The D emocratic T imes of Ju-ksm- in U. S. gobi coin at the Court House door
victory, was a simple breast work of
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC.
ville, Oregon, has entered upon it« in Jacksonville, in sai<I county, on
The««* goo«!« were all purchased bv a mcin- WILLIAM BYBEE,
cotton halts, behind which were
ber of our linn from Fl ItST < 'LASS JI» »US
ninth volume. It is the I »st local pa
ES in San Franci«co ami New Yolk, and we
crouched a handful of volunteer sol- squarely confronted the broad gauge per in Oregon and is always as full of
will warrant ev«*iv article and sell them
new« a« an egg is full of meat. — J5v
diers. But they were commanded by
cli«*aper tor <*ash than any house in county. GMI1S WELL KNOWN MARKET, Op
cd cAitiioi.re sum' im\
real property, situated in Jackson county,
We also keep on hand a full stock of
posite Kahler <V Bro.’» drug-store, is
Sta'e of < »retron. viz:
s Ticks, Li«*<* and all parasites <>n
Andrew Jackson. Devoted patriotism,
b<-tt«>r prepared than ever to furnish th»
'I he S. \\ . ' I of S. \V. 1 , ot Si'c. 1, and
giowed in his great soul, and like inag-
public with the choicest«piality of
of thè N. \V. I, of Sec. 12. and tho
its ninth volume this week, and is one s.
nelisin communicated to those of tin*
ot tin* best local papeis on the coast, s. of R. 2 wi*st, containing ]6<i acr<*s; also t lie
H A RI > W A R E, UU TL ER Y, G L ASS W A R E.
humblest privates in his ranks. Brief mum figure. It is proposed to follow notwithstanding i: is a Democratic s. 1 i of th«* S. F. ', of >«■«*. 2. ami the N. E. NEW LIVERY STABLE.
1 I ot th«* N. I-'.. 11 of S« «-. 1 ] ; all in T om nship
was the time that that little band of
journal; an»l th»* proprietor, (’harl»*y .»• >
, south of rami»'. 2 west, containing 120
Bacon, Salt Meat«*
BACK OF COURT Hol SE,
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS,
heroes had to wait for the attack. Like parties who have had ample opportu Nickel^ is dfs»*ivii»g of the highest a<T(“ and situated in Jackson eountv, Ore-
an earthquake’s shock the enemy came nity to acquaint themselves with the
ergy displayed.— Yreka Journal.
Sausage. Lard. Etc.
unto belontrinir or in anywise appertaining J. W. J1A5MVG,
and like chaff before the hurricane’s topography of the country we heir
Plows, Gang Plows & Sulky Plows. The most favorable inducement« offered
breath they were hur!**d back from the that this route offers every advantage menced on its 9th volu'ue. Charley
M . A. HOI’STI»N,
to patrons, ami no effort will be «pared
Administrator of the estate of Joseph
toward giving general satisfaction.
smoking muzzles of Jackson’s cannon. for cheap and speedy construction.
Nickell js nuiking a goo»l paper and t 'ox
.WING LATELY FITTED UP THE to a threshing-machine, Give us acai) and
we wish him the best of success.— Al
Charge after charge was tnado, only to
Tabb* Rock, January S. I«79.
Flat and in the rear of the Court House, 1 hirnisliing goods as above.
meet the sheeted flame and iron hail other communities to suppl**ment with bang l)e;nocraf.
am now fully prepared to attend to all bu«-
The wav to make money is to save it. To MILLINERY STORE!
inc«s in my I n* with promptness ami dis
The Jiicksonvill»« TlM es commenced
from the batteries behind the cotton their earnest good will and modest con
-ave it buy cheap. To buy cheap pay GASH
patch and at the most reasonable rates. for your goods and buv of
its ninth volume with its last i-sue.
bales. No bravery, no discipline could tributions the Work so handsomely lie
gun in Jacksonville. It is proposed to It is e«*rt;»iidv a first-»*lass local paper. THE PEOPLE OF THIS VALLEY SAVE
endure such an ordeal. The serried
The Stable is furnished with the best ani
ranks of boasting Britain wavered and raise a fund of $3,000 to d< fray
The Jacksonville T imes ha« just en
mals and most substantial buggies ; also a
fled, leaving the field strewn with
tered upon its ninth voltime. The
Horses boarded, and the best care be
their dead and the name of Andrew ary survey which shall,in a large meas T imes i« a liv»* piper, full of 1«>< al news,
stowed on I hem.
rPIIE UNDERSIGNED HAS NOW ON
Satisfaction guaranteed in every- instance.
Jackson enshrined in every patriotic ure, accomplish everything to be ac. an»l, jutlgiug fioni its appear tnee, is in
.A'.*’ ,he most complete and I »eat stock
'•»millinery good» eve>- brought to Jackson
heart. The mighty river still courses complished by a final survey except you, Bro. Nickell.— Roseburg Plain
J. W. M ANN I NG,
ville, consisting of
ing, of course, the definite location of
Dry-Goods and Fancy Goods. Jacksonville, Feb. 1, 1»7K.
past the scene of that great victory; the
the line of route. We understand that
With the issue of December 27th,
beautiful city, with its wealth and
no funds are to be collected until some the Jar ksonville T imes entered upon
Flowers, riblams, laces, necktie«, glnv««.
<; ROCE RIES,
beauty untouched by’ the ruthless hand
■•'- lars ami cutis, etc., etc., which will
arrangements shall be made by which its ninth volume. Cliarl»*y has l;ih»>i»*d
hold «it tlit* luW(‘>t prices.
of the invader, still towers in m issive
industri usly to make I is paper a lively,' BOOTS AND SHOES, l/ROM PAST EXPERIENCE, I CANNOT
grandeur on its bank; but as enduring
oiler less than
«picy :ind n* w«y journal, an»l wo an*
Sewing Machines for Sale.
as either is the memory of the glorious tion of responsible citiz -us. But every pleased to note his success.— State Line
t .,„ba|Vv",SV’! hand a num,*r ot the eele-
TOBACCO * LIQUORS,
interested community is requested to Herald.
b an d New w »ls«,n White and Howe Sow!
achievement of the 8ih of January
of wheat, and farmers can have their choice
"■g Machines, which I will sell cheap for
elxty-four years ago.
I uro in .announcingto the public that he cash, or exchange for grain.
AND ALL KINDS OF
m irket prices at my mill«.
scheme, by subscription to the above
! has just r«*cei\ «-d a complete and first-class _____
M Rs. I. w. BERRY.
I henceforth expect to establish
Two days after the election of 1876
The R«- sii nipt ion l.nw.
i assortment of Gent’s Furnishing »foods,
named fund, and the measure of its
m : w bra % or of fi . oi r .
such as Hats, Shirts, Unde: wear, <*te.; best
GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES !
The Ri sumption act was approved contribution. It is extremely gra’ify- everybo ly conee led th it Mr. Tilden
brands ««f Cigars and Tobacco; PijH*s, No
which will excel the old ones.
January 1 1, 1875. It went into effect ing to the people of Southern Oregon
It shall always be my aim togive the full Musical Instruments, Bird <'ages. Station
P. W. OLWELL.
to witne-s the hearty go id will which needed only one more to insure his
ery, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Albums.
January 1, 1879. Here is the law:
Plm-nix, Aug. 9, 1878.
’I'oys. Camlies, Nuts,etc., which will I m > so 1«|
1. On and after January I, 1879, the the people of Siskiyou county have election. At the same time it was
at the <*heapest rates. Give me n call and Frey s Boot and Shoe Store«.
1 see for yourselves.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
Secretary of the Treasury shall re manifested. We thank our generous
S. P. HANNA,
C alifornia S treet
F. BRFJ'K ENFELD.
deem in coin the United States it g il friends across the line and hope their carried 163 electoral votes, or tw ntv
tender notes then outstanding.
BY GOING TO
words of encouragement will be re two short of the number requisite to
2. This redemption shall take place
peated iu Josephine, Douglas, Curry elect him. The t wenty-two vot< s in
on ttio presentation of such h*gd ten-
I TAX ING PERMANENTLY IOCATFT i
r Ar CJo
disput« wi re those of Louisiana, Flor A
tiers in sums of not less than $50.
ida, South Carolina, and Oregon. The
3. The place of redempti. n is at the
A Splendili Journal.
- _ jr
office of the Assistant Treasiiier of the
I'epuldican.s have all along asserted
IN CRGNEMTI.T.ER’S BUILDING, IS
The Sacramento Record-I nion of
United Stales, in the city of New
I in receipt ot a full assortment <»f material FOURTH STREET, JACKSONVILLE. I
that soon after the election these votes
GEORGE W. FREY.
ami prepar«*d to «lo all work in bi line on
January 1st is one of the most mag
were < th red for s;d<*, and were kept Next door to Po3t Office. short notice and in a workmanlike manner.
4. The redemption will he in either nificent papers ever published.
V«*tiieles of every descript ion mad»* to oriler.
AVING TAKEN CHARGE OF THE
g ild or silver, as the holders of the le contains sixteen pages of mostly ntatis on the in irket for some weeks. There
Terms reasonable amt satisfaction guaran-
shop formerly occupied by Dan. Crone
gal tenders desire, subject to the op
is truth in this as«ertion; they tccre
miller, situate') north of f'ardweil’s Liverv
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tical matter, and is well-worthy of be
Repairing a specialty.
stable, I am now prepared to do
tion of the governmeuI to pay it in
offered for sale. But Tilden did not
ing preserved for future reference.
Jacksonville, November 5, 1877.
GENERAL IH. %< KSM lllll ><;
get one of them, and Hayes got them
5. The amount of these legal tend As a newspaper in every department
all. Then, which side bought them?
(lie Record-Union has few equals.
in the best manner ami on short notice.
er- is now $346,691,016.
‘•‘‘••M ill, Mr Finery retir7n„
frimi.L IM) SEE IS.
the old firm win fa* Äd by
My terms are reasonable. Satisfaction guar
W h.v, the Hayes side, ofcoor*e. The
6. The legal tender shall not bp de
anteed. Give me a trial.
Two ol n Kind.
stroyed, retired or canceled, but shall
N. Y. Sun snys men are sent to the
J-.er Horse-shoemg a specialty.
be kept in circulation.
matt , shannon .
CANDIES & NUTS,
The Sentinel will do well to look to penitentiary and even to the gallows,
Jacksonville, Feb. is, 1878.
The Resumption act does not apply its laurels as a Republican journal, eveiy week, on tediuiony no stronger
to the circulation of the.national bank . as the Ashland Tidings is of late mak- than this.
HAVE A VERY GOOD ASSORTMENT
Their notes are still redeemable in lug inroads on its prestige as such.
Eaule Point. Aug. 19, 1S7K. EMEKY*
Kwnmp l.aml DeciHiou.
t(*d seven mile« nori Least of Jackson cheap. Pleas© call.
United States notes at the counters of Last week’s issue of the latter seems
Cor. California ami (Iregon St»., Jacksonville
ville, are now prepared to do a
the banks issuing them.
to denote this. The Republican cause
FARM FOR SALE.
HENRY PAPE. Engineer.
this county will certainly not suffer ly made by Judge Buis» in the case of Merchant and Exchange Business.
The l>*nth Peunlty.
II. ( . Owen vs. the Bo*ird of Cotntnis-
tor want of organ«.
Thirty-six pounds of flour, two pounds
To-day a series of public executions
sioners for the sale ol school and uni of shorts atid eiirht pounds of loan given rpHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
I sale lit« ranch situated on Sterling creek,
will be inaugurated in this State. The
versity 1 »nils. Th»« case is one in which and bianded, customers furnishing sacks. containing 164 acres, all under fence. For THROUGH TICKETS, 12} C ents .
ty acres ar« under cultivation, with plcntv
The Springfield Republican 9959 one H. C. Owen tendered swamp land Satisfaction guaranteed in all instam-» s.
exhibition will be introduced by the
<>f vegetable land; a good orchard, living wa
T. T. McKENZIE.
hanging of the Indians convicted of of the Democratic outrages in Louisi warrants in payment of the twenty p r
ter on various parts, plenty of timber and
Eureka Mill«, Sept. 16, 1S7S.
fine stock range. U. s. title. Dvspeetion plTOTCE WINKS, LIQUORS AND CI-
the murder of Geo. Coggan, which ana ¡»the openingof twenty-seven new centum on swamp lands claimed by
" j gttrs constantly on hand. The reading
TIIOS. H. GIKSOF
) A I NTS, patent or other» oil«. Varnishes,
is also suppli«*d with Eastern periodi 4 S A LL OUR M ERUH A NTS A RF SFT T
will take placent Pendleton, in Uma
him. Tt«o court held that the law au
shellac. Window Glass, Emery, Borax,
z\ our out at cost amt freight, I am reidV
cals and leading pa|>«*r> ot t lu* »'oast.
tilla county. Two Chinamen and our where there have been stories of elec tho iziiig th»* i"uam*e of the w arrant-
do blacksmithing at ,.OM afKi freight but
properly d'»n»* by JOHN MILLER.
T)< >\\ 1 >1-.R—-(ìiant. Blast ingor gun pou der, must have the caah when the work is
white men are condemned to meet tion troubles, since the est blisbment i' u'»<• *U'tit ii Iiou.il, h nee the warrants
I-' you waul a N<>. 1 home made Rille a
O vol want protection’ Buv a Pistol or I all kinds, and caps and fuse, for sale in pitted. Shop on the corner of Califoruii
a« v uot so recci vat |«>.
tb» arme fate during the next mouth. of the Nicholls Government.
■ anil Main streets.
J. S. HOWARD’S!
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
Ever Known in a Regular Business,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Varnishes,
Which will be sold at Lowest Rates
HODGE, DAVIS & CO.,
ALL FOR CASH
FALL i WINTER DRY-GOODS.
BRECKENFELD ’S !
Where Highest Cash prices are paid.
fir-t-class shotp'iu goto -I. MILLER.
Knife, or both, of
quantities to suit, by