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PRO BONO PUBLICO !
T. G. REAMES.
The roads nre quite dusty.
In bis recent lecture at this place Prof. L.
Read the new advertisements.
L. Rogers of Ashland College detailed the
modus ope randi that would obtain in that in- *
The paymaster is expected at Fort
stitution of learning under his management. Klamath.
.JULY 18, 1879. We have been furnished with a synopsis of his '
P. W. Olwell of the Phoenix Mills
remarks on that occasion, which wu give space paid us a flying visit Wednesday.
C alifornia has her “honorable to Ldow, being well worthy ot public consid
An organ-grinder is the latest nui
bilks” and Southern Oregon her “po eration:
sance that has infested thia region.
He commenced by describing “our object
litical bilks.” They aro of a kind,
lee half an inch thick was formed Jacksonville Lodge No. 10,
ive points," that is, the chief ends we should
claiming affiliation with no party, but seek, gaining which, we shall be grandly vic at Fort Klamath on the night of the
4 th of July.
always hungry for the spoils of office. torious:
First, real scholarship, rather than showy
Matt. Shannon is suffering from a
We expect to endure: an«l lasting
T ilden and Ewing comprise the work.
prosperity comes from doing thoroughly what
latest ticket announced by political we profess to do. The students who may go 1 able to he about.
us we must see are capable, well trained.
Mrs. Shaw has concluded her in-1
prophets. And a strong team they from
liend AT. 31eiisor's Current liâtes
These will l»e the liest friends and the best
in dress cutting hero and'
would make, too; though we prefer recommendations of our school.
Then, practical knowledge must be imparted. is now at Ashland.
the grand old veterans who piloted us While
thorough culture must lie given, there
Mr. Sager, father of Mrs. Jos. Wet-, ; JACKSONVILLE LODGE WILL CELE-
GROCERIES, TOBACCO, &c.
are a thousand useful facts and rules whicli
to victory In the Centennial year.
brate its coming anniversary on the
arrived from Albany Friday and I »I
btisiuess people ueeil tube familiar w ith. These
above date by a Procession, Exercises at the
San Francisco refined sugar, 7 tbs for.................................................
Court House Square, Ball, etc.
H ayes will not reconvene Congress. we must make prominent. We shall try to ’ will remain here awhile.
Extra Costa Rica coffee, by quantity, 22cts. per lb and 4 tbs for..
lie sound and sensible. Cultivating a taste for
B. Fisher has resigned his position
He has discovered that the Democrat jsietry ami philosophy, we shall see to it that
Fellows Hall at 1:30 1». m . and forming in Rope oi all sizes per pound for.............................................................
will leave the hall at 2 o’clock r.
ic majority is firm as adamant in its our students are quick and accurate in reek- |' ment and will return to San Francisco. procession
.30 and upward
M. After marching through the principal Extra choice tea per t*> for.....................................................................
oiling, able to compute interest ami ascertain ' I
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determination to no longer maintain values.
streets the procession will move to the Court Tobacco per 1b for.....................................................................................
The German Rod Men re-elected House Square, where the following exercis Candles per box.......................................................................................
Again, good habits ami principles will lie '
deputy marsha'.s in their interference
i inculcated with the utmost diligence, self- ,
with the political rights of American control develojied. True men and women are 1 the 10th inst. and raised them up L"
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, etc
2. I Opening ode.
citizens, if “it takes all Summer.’’
O* Prayer by the Chaplain.
Prints, 15 yds for......
send forth. Intelligence ami integrity are ’
4. Vocal music.
. hand upward
essentials. Capable, practical ami reliable men I
T he Republican cry that the “Con- and women are those we shall strive to train county, have removed to Lakeview, 5. Reading of Dispensation.
6. Music by the Band.
Men’s boots per pair
federate Brigadiers” intended to in Ashland College and Normal School. We ' whero Mr. Scott has taken the
7. Oration by ex-Governor S. F. Chad- Shoes
starve the Government is huslied in fundamental.
Cotten flannel shirts ami drawers, each
Copious showers of rain havo fallen 9. ( Music.
the stillness of death, Conceived in
Ix;t us consider next “ways and means’’ for
Men's cloth suits worth $15.00 for.........
these ends: First, by performing, in various portions of the county dur
arrant hypocrisy, it was not long for attaining
’s cloth pants worth $6.00 for................................................ ................... . 3.50 _
In the evening a ball will bo given at Veit ' Men
not pretending. If we succeed it w ill be by ing the past week and were accom
And various other articles too numerous to mention. Call and examine as it costs noth
this world, and has passed away amid our works, not !>}• our wits. Volunteer crops panied by thunder and lightning.
extended. Music by tho Jacksonville Brass ing to satisfy yourself.
are n<»t what we shall depend upon; labor,
the derisive jeers of the populace.
wise aiul persistent, will succeed. Advertise
must; then fully keep our promises.
moderately so. The thermometer has ing t'ouimittee
O ne of the most forcible speeches we Pupils,
of Arrangements—Fred. Ltiy,'
patrons and preceptors must per ascended as high as 90° once this week
K. Kubli, 11. v. Helms, Frank Krause, !
made during the extra session of Con- form their proper parts—unitedly we must
Tims. B. Kent.
Money ami muscle will lie demanded. and threatens a repetition of this feat.
grrss was that of Hon. John White- labor.
Reception Committee—Jesse Houck,Win. '
It will require sacrifice to secure the results I
Dr. Stanley of Table Rock was in M. Turner, John Bolt.
aker. Brief and pointed, it went we have named. Citizens of Jackson county, town yesterday, from whom we learn I Floor Managers—H. v. Helms, J. P. Mc
us in this good w«rk! We will help to
Daniel, T. T. McKenzie.
straight to the mark and exhibited help
make this royal valley not only beautiful, but | that considerable sickness exists In I Marshal, H. v. Helms; Assistants, A.
to advantage the sound, good sense blessed; not only rich, but righteous. Cereals that region , but none of a serious Bish and J. H. Hyzor.
fruit can be grown without limit, fat cat- ! character.
vu-No pains will be spared to make the i
for which “Honest John” is prover and
celebration and ball a success in eveiy par- 1
tie, by the million. Let us educate thoroughly I
The husbandman is busily at work, ticular and an invitation to participate is ex-' Are offered to the Fanners of Southern Oregon, for the harvest of 1879. A full line of harvesting
I our sons and daughters; be renowned for in- 1
telligent and accomplished men and women, as but finds ample opportunity to re tended to all.
machinery, consisting of
Y vlow J ack has again made his well as for rich soil ami a healthful climate.
fresh himself with those delicious
I am asked also to say something concerning ’ beverages Matt. Dillon alono can dis
WALTER A. WOOD'S WELL-KNOWN IBON MOWEB,
appearance to plague the people oi the myself.
A little will suffice: My father is a 1
South, and a repetition of last year’s farmer, still living on the Genesee river iu the
IRON MOWERS NEW MODEL, CHAIN RAKE REAPERS, SWEEP RAKE REAPERS,
llenry Judge will pay the highest
WITH OR WITHOUT MOWING ATTACHMENTS.
terrors is feared. Precautionary meas State of New York. I worke«l my way
through college. Am a Methodist, but fer price for wheat on account or in trade.
ures are being taken by cities as far vently love all Christians. Have taught more
Thia is an opportunity for those desir
RECEIVED ANOTHER LARGE
north as Cincinnati, inferring that this or less fur the past twenty-four years, com ing anything in his line that should, I 1 HAVE
consignment of tlie celebrated Singer
mencing when only sixteen; ami am unable to
Sewing Machines, which are for sale on tlie I
most pestilential of all fevers is inclin- express my love for tlie work. I ain clearly I not be overlooked. Read his ad.
usual liberal terms and at the regular prices
NEW AND VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1879, HAS PASSED THE
. ed to wander from its Southern home.
Jos. Rtpp’a fine grays broke established by the company. Therefore i WITH
stage of experiment and stands unrivalled to-day as the best Self-Binder in the worhi.
young, to everyone in this region.
waste no time, money and patience on in It was awariled the first premium and gold medal by the Oregon State Fair for 1878 over all
Now, by your permission, I will give some loose from his fastenings Tuesday and
machines when you can purchase a
M ississippi ’ s undaunted Senator, advice: First, all fri< ads of the school will created a coinmotion by rushing down ferior
genuine Singer at tlie same figures. In other Binders.
Mr. Lamar, is not the first to ruflle the make their criticisms and suggestions person California street at breakneck speed, buying a Singer you get a machine of ac
ally to teachers or trusties. To do otherwise
knowledged merit and established reputa-'
elegant serenity of tlie Senatorial w ill do no good, rather, harm. We ask the lie was captured before doing any se-! tion. and are certain of having value receiv
rious damage, however.
ed ior your n oney, as every machine is war
Adonis, Mr. Conkling. Such choice citizens of Ashland espetially to lie true friends
of the students and teachers. How it encour
Bear are unusually numerous in this ranted by the company.
appellations as liar, coward, etc., have ages ami helps these to timl noble ami gener region of late and do not hesitate to in-; The Singer Company now sell three-quar For 1879, leads all other Separators and Horse Power in improvements of real merit and value;
in fact it is the
of all the machines sohi in the world,
been applied to him by Senators Bum ous people residing where they go as strangers. vade the suburbs of town. A large I ters
the capacity of their works at Elizabeth,
Remember, too. the government of those away
side and Gordon before, and probably from home belongs to the President of the specimen of the black species was seen New Jersey, enabling them to turnoutover
thousand machines a day, and they have
some more witnesses can be bad if nec College. Let pleasure pieties be few during in Win. Bytiee’s field one day last a 4,500
offices for tlie sale ot these justly cele LA
tl.e term, ami always on Friday nights. Oth week, but soon disappeared.
sewing machines, which have taken
er evenings are occupied. Encourage and
Every description of vegetation is the
provide for the faithful keeping of all steady
T he Yreka Journal, which would hours. There can be no progress in study still green in many localities, owing
to the late rains and cool weather.
not forsake its Republicanism and without hard work.
1 will conclude by giving a few particulars
Over all competitors more than two hun
yet at the same limo dally with the Concerning prices of tuition ami departments Grass that usually disappears at this dred times.
time of the year is yet abundant and
the Chicago fire the’ Relief Commit A. SLOCUM, Roseburg, Manager for Southern Oregon. R eames B ros .,
II. B.’s, “gives itself away” in refus of study: We propose to discount twenty per cattle are doing well on old ranges tee After
undertook to furnish sewing machines
cent, the bills of patrons who send two or
Jacksonville, Local Agents.
ing to support Dr. Glenn, because of more children. It is our custom also to ar abandoned long ago. This phenoi ii- to the needy women of that city, ami appli
FOR CIRCULARS AND PRICE LlST.^i
were permitted to choose from'six dif
his Democracy. It would hardly re range for yearly attendance personally with enal weather has proved beneficial in cants
our patrons. Those too poor to pay, if espec
were furnished with machines, ot which
quire the perception of a dead man to ially diligent, will receive favorable considera- more instances than one.
number 2,127 chose Singer machines ami
seethat Bro. Nixon instill the unwash-
517 distributed their choice among tho five
.Military Kille Practice.
w ill be in demand. Build cottages for them,
other kinds of machines. They were to
. ed Republican he always was and is lia ami rent rooms in your dwellings to them.
of earn their living on these machines, and
ble to remain.
took the Singer, because
admit, be assured we will refuse none for Fort Klamath, as also two privates
whom we can form classes of ten. in the from the same post, passed through
IT IS THE BEST.
T he Board of Engineers, having higher
departments that number w ill not be
The people bought Singer machines as fol
heard the evidence of sea-captains up necessary. For the coining four or live years town recently, en route for Vancouver.
the school w ill lie conqiosed chiefly of those
on the harbor of refuge question at preparing for college and of students in the Orders have been issued that a certain
OFFICERS OF THE YREKA BRANCH:
Ban Francisco, is now engaged in ex business, normal ami musical departments. number of the best shots from each 1871..
Ia*t nothing lie lacking to make Ashlaml an
post in tho Department of the Colum 1872..
amining the various contending points educational
center for Northern California ami
for Its own information. Crescent Southern Oregon. As a people let us lie moral bia assemble at headquarters, and they 1874..
City is said to be as favorably spoken gent, prudent ami persistent. Success will have been selected to represent our 1875..
A, M. Johnson,
of as any of the others and looms up crown our efforts; ami our community will be frontier post. The ten most accurate I»77..
marksmen, to be decided on there, 1878..
as a prominent candidate for the prosperous ami pipular.
E. B. REAMES.
THE NEW YORK STORE AHEAD ! ! AHEAD AS USUAL!!
BY ADOPTING A
i. o. ïgsæte o.
On Monday, August 18th, 1879.
13 ASIS ! !
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
Ever Known in a Regular Business,
FRANK BROS.’ AGENCY!
FARM MACHINERY AND AGRICULTURAL
GENERAL MERCHANDISE »I
TO SELECT FROM IN
Any One Store in Southern
Oregon or Northern
ALL FOR CASH!!
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
INFORMATION for the PEOPLE.
Spring and Summer Dry-Goods
WOOD'S SELF-BINDING HARVESTER I
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS, CASHMERES
AND DIAGONALS, SILKS AND
SATINS, BOOTS & SHOES,
Walter A. Wood’s Header. Victor Self-Dump Hay Rakes, CMcago Pitts Threshers
and Horse Power,
LADIES’ CALIFORNIA-MADE CLOAKS
IVE CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
1» ladies to the fact that we have now on
hand the largest and best selected aa«ort-
ment of LADIES’ DRESS GOODS and FAN
CY GOODS of every description in Southern
1 Oregon, and wo will henceforth make this
line of goods our specialty and sell them at
Cheaper than the Cheapest*
To the gentlemen we will say, it yoa
want a No. 1 SUIT OF CLOTHES you must
go to Reames Bros, to buy it, as we claim to
have the best STOCK OF CIOTHIXG in
Jackson county and willallow noonetosn*
t dersell us.
I These goods were all purchased by a mem
ber of our firm from FIRST-CLASS HOUS
ES in San Francisco and New York, and we
will warrant every article and sell them
cheaper lor casi, than any house in county.
We also keep on hand a full stock ot
11A RI >W A RE, CUTLERY, G LASS WARE,
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS,
Farm and Freight Wagons,
' Plows, Gang Plows & Sulky Plows,
In fact everything from the finest needle
to a threshmg-machine. Give us a call and
'judge for yourselves as to our capacity of
j furnishing goods as above.
’I’lie wav to make money is to save it. To
'a ve it buy cheap. To buy cheap pay CASH
for vour goods and buv of
A Contemptible AITalr.
honors. The Board’s decision will
probably be rendered before many
Tho indignation of the people has
been aroused to its highest pitch by
T he Democracy of Bhasta county,
Cal., did itself honor in nominating
the Hon. A. M. Rosborough for Su
perior Judge, and the people can pay
that gentleman, who has served them
bo ably and creditably in his Judicial
capacity for the past ten years, no
more deserving a tribute or do them
selves greater justice than by electing
him by an overwhelming majority.
He comes up to tho Jeffersoniau test
and his election should bo deemed
nothing less than a public necessity.
T he committee appointed by the
House of Representatives to inquire
into the causes of the present depress
ion of latur will start for San Fran
cisco on the 23d inst., expecting to
gather a vast amount of testimony
there and perhaps also in Oregon and
Nevada. Hendrick B. Wright, the
noted labor reformer from the coal
regions of Pennsylvania, is chairman
of the committee. It is to he hoped
that these Congressional Solons will
be able to give a solution of this
greatly troubled question, one so im
portant to the masses of the country.
Ex G overnor A llen of Ohio pass
ed from theso earthly scenes on the
morning of the 10th instant. Few
are they that have not heard of this
noble man. Prominently before the
public in the past fifty years and more,
be has been (J. S. Senator, Governor,
Congressman, and in 1876 received the
vote of Ohio for President in the St.
Louis Convention. Combining un
doubted ability with great force of
character, Governor Allen was a leader
among men. He was the parent of
tbe “Ohio idea” on the financial ques
tion, which, though fallacious to a cer
tain extent, has been accepted by the
masses of many of tbe Western States,
irrespective of party. But the good
old man has gone to rest and sleeps in
peace besides hh illustrious ancestors.
The nation mourns his loss, for it has
few such patriots as ho to spare.
the appearance in the New Northwest
of a slanderous article reflecting iu a
most unjust and uncalled-for manner
upon one of our foremost citizens.
And this resentment has been height
ened, if that were possible,by the aban
doned manner in which the sanctity of
the family circle has been invaded and
matters that were buried and forgot
ten in tho long ago have been revived
for the sinister purpose of venting
malignant spite upon ono who enjoys
the high esteem of all for the simple
and only reason that he has chosen to
differ with the author of this con
temptible article. We aro amazed
that ono professing to be laboring for
the best interests of woman and claim
ing the attention of tho intelligent
masses should thus debase tho col
umns of a newspaper under her con
trol. If these are teachings of woman
suffrage it should he prohibited by
statute. Mrs. Duniway has by this
fell stroke done more injury to herself
and her cause hero than years can re
pair. The people can have patience
with none who would so ruthlessly
violate the holiest laws of the land. We
are not surprised that public execra
tion should tie unbounded, fur it can
not bo amiss.
The annual exhibits of the County
Clerk and Treasurer were last week
submitted to the Commissioners and
may be found in our advertising col
umns. A glance at the figures shows
that the county is nearly $10,000 in
debt, an increase of over $4,000 during
the fiscal year. This augmentation of
our indebtedness is mainly due to an
unusual amount of criminal business
and extra expense incurred in re
pairing and constructing roads and
bridges. To counterbalance this debt
there are assets amounting in the ag
gregate to $5,553 86, consisting of
claims against Like and Josephine
counties (which will be paid in time)
and cash in the Treasury. This, sub
traded from the apparent indebted
ness, would leave a deficit of over
$4,000. It is therefore quite evident
that even under ordinary circumstan
ces it will he sometime before Jackson
county will be able to pay her war
rants upon presentation.
will then go to San Frincisco and test
their skill with those representing the
Department of the Pacific, for the pur-
pose of selecting a lentil to contest the
honors at (..'reedmoor with tho repre
sentatives of other departments. Thus
will the crack shots of the Army be
ascertained. We have no doubt but
that the Pacific Coast will come in for
her share of the laurels.
TO THE FRONT AGAIN!
GREAT SLAUGHTER Of PRICES
From San Francisco.
GEO. W. ELLIOTT
Oregon Street, Jacksonville,
riHIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES T’LEAS-
1 uro in announcing that he has fitted up
1UE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW and thoroughly renovated tbe New State
IT and complete stock of Millinery goods, building tor hotel purposes and that the
house is now open for the reception of
HATS or ALL STYLES,
Will be constantly supplied with the best
the market affords. Meals can be obtained
The beds are new and kept clean and no
pains will be spared to give the utmost sat
isfaction in every particular.
C. W. SAVAGE.
BOOTS & SHOES,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
HATS AND CAPS,
LADIES' FANCY GOODS
HARDWARE A TINWARE,
Groceries, Tobaccos, &c., &c
WHICH HE IS SELLING
At Prices that Defy Competition
GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES!
ORNAMENTS, SILKS, LACES,
Beautiful Ladies’ Hats & Flowers, Gentlemens’ and Ladies’ Handkerchiefs.
PAINTS & GLASS.
Call and see them at the building former
ly occupied by Dr. Robinson on California
Tn fact everything to be found in a first-
class stock of General Merchandise, which A. I’. H ot a 1.1 no ,
429 Jackson St.,
will be sold at prices
That Defy Competition.
The highest price allowed lor country pro
MENS’ AND BOYS’ SHIRTS,
\s-G..Give mea call at my establishment in
A full assortment from the finest to the
in Masonic Building and be convinced that
there is no humbug aliout this.
SPECTACLES AND JEWELRY.
The finest lot of Spectacles an«l Eye-glass
es ever brought to the market and Watches
and Jewelry of every description.
«KJt'ail and lie Convinced.
GEO. W. ELLIOTT.
BIG BUTTE, OREGON,
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
I nre in announcing to the public that he
has just received a complete and first-class
assortment of Gent’s Furnishing Goods,
such as Hats, Shirts, Underwear, etc.; best
brands of Cigars and Tobacco; Pipes, No
tions, Fancy Goods, Glassware, Crockery,
Musical Instruments, Bird Cages, Station
ery, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Albums,
Toys, (’amlies, Nuts,etc., which will be sold
at the cheapest rates. Give me a call and
see for yourselves.
TOBACCOS &. CIGARS,
OF FA ERY VARIETY,
THE NEW MILLINERY STORE.
All Kinds of Groceries,
C. W. SAVAGE,
IV HERE A COMPLETE AND MAGNIF-
1T icont assortment of new goods has
just been received, consisting in part of
oft lie public to the tact that lie has
B just tion returned
lrom San Francisco with a full DRY-GOODS,
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
E. JACOBS’ STORE
egs leave to call the atten -
GENTS’ and BOYS’ HATS and CLOTHING
This Organization has been formed m the interest of Policy Holders, and all money pai<l into
this office for insurance will lie retained and invested in this vicinity. Each of the alsive nam
ed gentlemen have taken $10,000 insurance on their lives, in tins Company. Parties desiring
information regarding the Company, or insurance upon their lives, are respectfully referred to
any of the above named gentlemen.
NEW STOCK ? GOODS
R. B. PARTRIDGE, Agent.
E. C. L ord ,
25 Front St.,
A. P. HOTALING <fc CO.,
Frey's Boot and Shoe Store.
C alifornia S treet
aving permanently located
J. H. CUTTER
taken charge of the
shop formerly occupied by Dan. Crone
miller, situated north of Cardwell's Livery
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re
I am now prepared to do
informs the public that he Stable,
prepared to do all kinds of work in the boot
and shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran
GEORGE W. FREY.
FINE WINES AND I.IQIOKS.
Sole Agents for the
SHEEP FOR SALE.
in the best manner and on short notice.
My terms are reasonable. Satisfaction guar*
anteed. Give me a trial.
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
rnilE CNDERSIONED HAVE A BAND
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1878.
1 of good, clean and well-graded sheep
for sale, consisting of about five hundred
fifty head, mostly ewes with lambs.
And W. J. Lemp’s St. Louis Beer.
, These sheep are in good order—in fact there
is not a nicer bunch of sheep in the country
Gm. Açentx for State Investment liisiiranee Co of its size. They will be sold cheap, as we
I have not sufficient range for them. For FORWARDING A COMMISSION AGENT
J. P. PARKER, Proprietor.
particulars inquire of
Rock Point, Oregon.
AVING LATELY PROVIDED THESE
mills with improved machinery, I am
CANDIES A NUTS.
erchants of J acksonville
now fully prepared to fill »11 orders for rus
and vicinity shipping goods via Rose-
tic, mouldings, matching, turning, groov
4 LL PERSONS KNOWING THEM-
bmg will find it to their advantage to ship
ing, etc., on short notice and at very’ reason
selves indebted to the undersigned, through this house. Ample warehouse
able terms, A full assortment constantly T HAVE A VERY GOOD ASSORTMENT
either by note or book account,are request room, safe and caretui storage, and business
kept on hand. I am also ready’ to furnish 1 of the above goods, which I will sell . ed
to call immediately and make a settle- promptly attended to.
seasoned lumber, sugar pine, yellow pine cheap. Please call.
JAS. DRUM. i me.nt. A word to the wise is sufficient.
References: S. Marks A Co., J. C. Floed,
and fir, first, second and third grades,
planed or unplaned, of a superior quality
Farms for Sale.
Woodville, June 14, 1879.
ami in any amount. County orders taken
Charges on Freight..................... $1.00 per ton
at par. Give me atrial and I will convince
“ Salt per car load...» .80 “ “
Persons desiring to purchase good (arms POR MINING BLAN KS GO THE TIMES
vou that I am able to perform what I of any size will do well to enquire of
O ffice . Copp’s Hand-book of Mining 1 Mark your good»*r***re of H. L. M
J. P. PARKER,
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon.
Law always kept ou hand. Price $1 a copy. Roseburg
PARKER’S STEAM SAW MILL, OLD BOURBON WHISKY
In the matter of the estate of Thomas G.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned has been appointed by’
the County Court of Jackson county, Ore
gon, sitting in probate, Administrator of the
estate of Thomas <;. Dews, deceased.
All persons indebte«! to said estate are re
quested to settle the same immediately, and
those hav ing claims against the estate will
present them with the proper vouchers to
me at my residence on Applegate, Jackson
county, Oregon, within six months alter the
first publication of this notice.
Administrator ol said estate.
Dated July 11,1879.
H. L. MURTON,