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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1879)
PRO BONO PUBLICO !
Abuse of the Veto Power.
T. G. REAMES
To coerce the Democratic majority The Board of Trustees met on the even
ing of the 21st. Present—President Lan-
in Congress to mainfain the political gell, Councilmen Reames, Nickell, Orth
Official Paper far Jackson, Josephine & Lake. leeches ami bulldozers known as depu
I ty marshals, Hayes did not hesitate in
The quarterly report of R. S. Dunlap, City
JULY 25, 1879
' shutting off the supplies of U. S. Mar Sexton, was read aud placed on tile. Sev
eral necessary improvements were an
G overnor G lenn of California by shals with his veto. Forbearance had nounced aud receipts reported to be $37.50,
long ago ceased to be a virtue and Con with $15 still delinquent.
gress refused “to bow the pregnant The following bills were ordered paid:
R epublican fears of a Democratic hinges of the knee” to his Fraudu'en- Ad. Helms, lamp-lighting, $12.50; T imes Jacksonville Lodge No. 10,
BY ADOPTING A
revolution are not said to be the cause ey, preferring to let that branch of gov office, printing, $5; J.S. Howard, survey
of Gen. Grant’s determination to re ernment service go without funds for a ing, $7.50.
GREAT CRASH IN PRICES!
Bills presented and referred: John Orth,
main abroad for another year.
i time rather than further squint at an lumber, $7.76; Ad. Helms, money furnished
T he Sherman boom is a misnomer abuse the people emphatically de- for removing dead animal, $1; N. Langell,
same, $1; R. S. Dunlap, work on Cemetery,
'Read Al. Mensoi-’s Current JÌ ates
for Democratic success. The staunch mand^t should be righted. Moon- $6.50; N. Langell, Fourth of July donation,
est advocates of his nomination are shiners and other violators of revenue $10.
laws are already taking advantage of The petition of P. J. Rvan and F. Ilober, JACKSONVILLE LODGE WILL CELE-
found in the Democratic party.
GROCERIES, TOBACCO, <fcc.
the results accruing by reason of the asking for the opening of a street in Card tJ brale its coming anniversary on the
above date by a Procession, Exercises at the
T he Republican leaders should not
San Francisco refined sugar, 7 lbs for..................................................-
contumacy of llayes, encouraged as it well's addition, was referred to Committee Court House Square, Ball, etc.
be astonished because of the “solid
Members of the Order will meet in Odd
is by the Republican managers; and, Petition of the Improved Order of Red Fellows
Hall at 1:30 p . m . and forming in
South.” Nothing but their persistent
salt per lb for..........................................................................
were it not for the assurance that pro Men for permission to construct agate in procession will leave the hall at 2 o’clock p. Liverpool
.30 and upward
Extra choice tea per tb for.....................................................................
abuse, maladministration and misrep
cemetery fence was referred to the proper
resentation have made it such.
House Square, where the following exercis Candles per box........................................................................................
necessary expenses of the Mtr-hals, committee.
T hu »‘bloody shirt” has been sent to serious consequences might ensue. The propriety of constructing a hitching- es 1. will r Music
by the Band.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, etc.
I post was referred to committee ot the whole.
(he laundry by th9 Union aoldiers run But Republican machine supremacy is The Marshal was instructed to procure 2. < Opening ode.
3. Prayer by the Chaplain.
Prints, 15 yds for..................................................................................................... $1.00
ning on Democratic tickets in Ohio, superior to the correct administration new burners for street lamps.
.9 and upward
4. Vocal music.
5. Reading of Dispensation.
Iowa and other State». It will be resur of the government in the eyesot Zich. The Board then adjourned.
Men’s hats, each...................................................................................................... 1.00 “
6. Music by the Band.
Men’s boots per pair.............................................................................................. 3.50 “
rected in 1830, it there is a remnant Chandler A Co. Congress will not
GENERAL MERCHANDISE U
Biltte ( reck Items.
vote a cent to abet interference with the Stock of all kinds is doing well.
Cotten flannel Rhirts and drawers, each.........<...............................................
T ite Oregonian lias bloomed out into holy rights guaranteed American citi
M. Hanley is about to build a now barn
Men’s cloth suits worth $15.00 for..................................................................... 9.00
Men’s cloth pants worth $6.00 for..................................................................... 3.50
a full fledged “stalwart” organ. Won zens by the Constitution, let the hypo on his stock ranch.
In the evening a ball will be given at Veit
And various other articles too numerous to mention. Call and exami ne as it costs noth-
der how much ex-Senator Mitchell de critical cry of revolution deafen the James and Manuel Miller have about com Schutz'Hall, to w hich a cordial invitation is ing to satisfy yourself.
pleted a new barn for II. R. Brown, which I extended. Music by the Jacksonville Brass
manded for the stiffening? Perhaps demagogues that give vent to it, if is a credit to their workmanship.
; and St ring Band. Tickets for Ball, includ
TO SELECT FROM IN
it was simply a contingent consid it will.
There is quite a change in the appearance I ing supper, $3.00.
Committee of Arrangements—Fred. Luy,
of orchards and gardens here, owing to an
, K. Kubli, II. v. Helms, Frank Krause,
Why Mr. Tilden Would >'<>t
THE NEW YORK STORE AHEAD ! ! AHEAD AS USUAL I!
On Monday, August 18th, 1879.
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
Ever Known in a Regular Business,
irrigating ditch being brought in by Messrs. ' i
D emocratic dissen-ions have ceased
Miller, McCallister, Brown and others.
A good deal of lumber is passing hero i
and never was the party more firmly
the Big Butte Mills for the valley.
united. And the confidence of the ner and Stewart L. Woodford, Grant’s
,t Foster are running the water mill
people was never more meritoriously New York District Attorney, leaves night and day, and Parker's mill is also on
deserved and bestowed. Hayes did it no doubt of the fact that everything full time.
had been arranged for the arrest of Visitors are passing here every day for
with his little veto.
the soda spring on North Fork. Mr. McCal
(Samuel J. Tilden, the rightful Presi lister has made a good wagon road up to
P erhaps it is unaccountable, but
dent of the United States, should he the springs. Deer are said to be plentiful
somehow the credit of the country have insisted on his inauguration. and a deer pen is being built within hall a
mile of the springs.
stands higher than ever, notwithstand
The Boston Post says it has often been
Farmers have about finished haying and
ing that Congress is in the hands of
said in disparagement of Governor ' commenced harvesting. Early sown grain
the “Con fed erate Brigadiers” and “rev
is better headed and will yield better then
olutionists.” The people don’t seem Tilden that he did not exhibit suffi I it has tar several years past; but late sown
cient pluck and energy in asserting is affected by rust and will shrink. There
to scare at Republican chimeras.
a good corn crop in this section, which is
his rights after the election. He knew ■ is
looking well, notwithstanding the cold,back-
L ost , strayed or stolen—those then as well as now that had he taken ward Spring.
F armer .
monthly statements denoting the de the oath of office and assumed to act as Browusborough, July 21.
crease of the national debt. Do the
figures loom upon the wrong side of
the column and is the telegraph al
lowed to report only that which is fa
vorable to the Republican managers?
W hat so sorely exercises the Re
publicans is the fact that the Demo
cratic Congress did not adjourn with,
out making appropriation* for the
army. 8ueh a pretty campaign story
has thus been dashed to smithereens—
all about starving the army and gov
eminent to death, you know.
A n Increased rate of interest is said
to be a result of the adoption of the
new constitution by the people of Cal
ifornia, which went into effect on the
1st. This is something that was not
bargained for oy the friends of the new
organic law, but may prove ephemer
al , as the prejudice manifest in the
premises has not fully spent its force.
FRANK BROS.’ AGENCY!
Thos. B. Kent.
Reception Committee—Jesse Houck,Win.
M. Turner, John Bolt.
Floor Managers—II. v. Helms, J. P. Mc
Daniel, T. T. McKenzie.
Marshal, II. v. Helms; Assistants, A.
Bish and J. H. Il vzer.
'S-^-No pains will be spared to make the
celebration and ball a success in every par
ticular and an invitation to participate is ex Are offered to the Fanners of Southern Oregon, for the harvest of 18<9. A full line of harvesting
tended to all.
machinery, consisting of
FARM MACHINERY AND AGRICULTURAL
INFORMATION for the PEOPLE.
1 H AVE RECEIVED ANOTHER LARGE
1 consignment of the celebrated Singer
Sewing Machines, which are for sale on the
usual liberal terms and at the regular prices
established by the company. Therefore
waste no time, money and patience on in
ferior machines when you can purchase a
genuine Singer at the same figures. In
buying a Sinner .you get a machine of ac
knowledged merit and established reputa
tion, and are certain of having value receiv
ed for your n onev, asevery machine is war
ranted by the company.
The Singer Company now sell three-quar
ters of all the machines sold in the world,
the capacity of their works at Elizabeth,
New Jersey, enabling them to turn out over
a thousand machines a day, and they have
4,500 offices for the sale of these justly cele
brated sewing machines, which have taken
President another war was a dead cer
tainty, and that one would deluge the
G rant ’ s P ass , July 17, 1879.
whole land with blood, the eud of To the E ditor of the T imes :
which no man could foresee. A. man of I noticed an article in the local papers
his shrewdness also must hive been of a recent date that is notoriously incor-
• rect. I have reference to^the one announc-
advised of the contemplated move i ing that Miss Jennie Rush had become a
ments of Grant, and then an attempt preacher. The Sabbath your informant
to enforce his rights with no organized says the young lady preached here the Rev.
military force to support him would Mr. Howlett favored us with an effective the
j sermon. Miss Jennie Rush being one of his
necessarily prove abortive, more espec I attentive listeners. The young lady in ques-
ially since the friends of Hayes were ; tion has never preached a sermon in her
Over all competitors inoro than two hun
in possession of the Government, and life. I do not call for the correction of th is ar dred tings.
because I think such action on her part
After the Chicago fire the Relipf Commit
their leaders willing if not anxious to I ticle
disgraceful. God forbid that anyone should tee undertook to furnish sewing machines
involve the nation in another war. j think that my reason. But it leaves an im to the needy women of that city, ami appli
pression calculated to deceive those unac
were permitted to choose from six dif
The country can hardly estimate truly quainted with the matter. If the young la cants
ferent kinds of machines. 2,944 applicants
the danger from which the wisdom of dy referred to, or any other, should think it were furnished with machines, ot which
herdutv to preach the Gospel tor the benefit number 2,127 chose Singer machines and
Mr. Tilden delivered us or the debt of [ ; of
mankind 1 would say amen.
517 distributed their choice among the five
gratitude due him. Sooner or later
_________ F air P i . at .
other kinds of machines. They were to
we shall have more contemporaneous
earn their living on these machines, and
A Cirntily!■■% llesult.
took the Singer, because
history on this subject; hut this, which
seems authentic,will do for the present.
Douglas county can well congratu
IT IS THE BEST.
late herself upon placing the Democra
The Last ol l lie llenera!».
The people bought Singer machines as fol-
cy in charge of her affairs last year. lows:
The death of Gen. James Shields
In the face of an unusual number of 1870
leaves that gallant old veteran, Gen
1871.......... ................ 181,260
extra expenses her indebtedness has 1872........... ................. 219,758
Joe. Lane, now living at Rosehurg^ho
been decreased several thousand dol 1873.......... ................. 232,444
only surviving general of the Mexican
lars and the good work still goes on. 1874
war—one that added so much glory,
Such Democratic officials a» Sheriff 1876.......... .................262,316
wealth and territory to this country.
.......... ................ 282,812
Hogan, Clerk Sheridan and Treasurer 1877
1878........... ................. 356,432
Gen. Lane, though near eighty yea’s Wright will do to tie to.
I». 1!. FE
of age, is still hale arid hearty and bids
fair to witness the recurrence of sev.
HEW THIS WEEK.
era! anniversaries of the bloody battle
at Buena Vista, in which ho gained HOLMAN'S LIVER PAD.
glorious distinction that has ever made
A SURE CVBE FOR
him famous. He ha* recently return
ed from a trip to Puget Sound that Fever and
proved a perfect ovation. The people
AND ALL DISORDERS OF
have not forgotten their old-time Gov
The Stomach and Liver.
ernor, Senator and friend; nor are they
slow to show the appreciation they al
ways felt for him, though long years
LIST OF PRICES:
have intervened since he served them
. $2 00 yiTIIERE A COMPLETE AND MAGNIF-
in official capacity. Private life has its
¡cent assortment of new goods has
.. 3 00 V!
received, consisting in part of
charms and ho has preferred the quiet
of his mountain homo to the public pOR PAMPHLETS, PARTICULARS
All Kinds of Groceries,
1 and testimonials send to or call on
honors always in store for him.
JOHN. E. day , Yreka,Cal.,
T he Republican managers are pass
ing around the hat among the faithful
for Ohio campaign funds. They are
Io desperate straits. To lose that State
would be equivalent to surrendering
the entire altuation to the Democracy.
The Democrats can be beaten in Ohio
an<l still have the inside track in the
Presidential race. And ihis is giving
our Republican friends much trouble,for
Ewing and Rice are nearly certain to
E x -S enator R amsey of Minnesota,
who gained an unenviable notoriety
in hi* official capacity, has been named
as Secretary McCrary’s successor to the
portfolio of the War Department.
Ramsey was retired to the shade* of pri
vate life for bis alliance with all that
was despicable in Grantism and his en-
tree as one of Hayes’ cabinet ministers
Is auspicious as well as omin >u*. The
merit of Rimsey’s nomination to ho
important a position lies only in the
fact that it is a “stalwart” victory.
J ust such patriots as Senator Blaine,
who, in open Senate, acknowledged
that he hired a substitute to escape
conscription, are those most a»siduou-ly
engaged in renewing the sect ¡(trial
strlfw that fourteen long years ago wa*
relinquished by the armies of the
N >rlh anil Sooth. Those who did the
fighting are willing that the past shall
be for git ten in the reconciliation of the
American people and like true s >ld h rs
refuse to fl runt their deeds of valor.
It remains for the poltroon* who fat
tened at the public crib during the
dark days of our country’s history to
Open anew the wounds that have been
healed. N >r is their animus to he
misinterpreted. The spoils of office
are more sic red to them thin are na
tional peace and prosperity.
WALTER A. WOOD'S WELL-KNOWN IRON MOWER,
IRON MOWERS NEW MODEL, CHAIN RAKE REAPERS, SWEEP RAKE REAPERS,
WITH OR WITHOUT MOWING ATTACHMENTS.
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
Spring and Summer Dry-Goods.
WOOD’S SELF-BINDING HARVESTER!
WITH NEW AND VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1879, HAS PASSED THE
II stage of experiment and stands unrivalled to-day as the best Self-Binder in the world.
It was awarded the first premium and gold medal by the Oregon State Fair for 1878 over all
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS, CASHMERES
AND DIAGONALS, SILKS AND
SATINS, BOOTS & SHOES,
Walter A. Wood's Header, Victor Sclf-Dnmi) Hay Rakes. Chicago Pitts Threshers LADIES’
anil Horse Power,
IV E CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
For 1879, leads all other Separators and Horse Power in improvements of real merit and value; !i ladies to the fact that we have now on
in fact it is the
hand the largest and best selected assort
ment of LA DIFS’ DRESS (4OO DS and FAN
CY GOODS of every description in Southern
' Oregon, and we will henceforth make thia
line of goods our specialty and sell them at
Cheaper than the Cheapest«
A. SLOCUM, Roseburg, Manager for Southern Oregon.
Jacksonville, Local Agents.
R eames B ros .,
«SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND PRICE LIST. *61
SAVE YOUR GOLD!
Highly Important to Miners and
Quartz Mill Men!
To the gentlemen we will say, it vob
want a No. 1 SUIT OF” CLOTHES you must
go to Reames Bros, to buv it, as we claim to
have the best STOCK OF CIGTHING in
Jackson county and will allow no one to nn-
These goods were all purchased by a mem
ber of our firm from FI RNT-CLASS HOUS-
ES in San Francisco and New York, and we
will warrant every article and tiell then»
t cheaper tor cash than any house ifrcngnt
We also keep on hand a fuil stock of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GLASSWARE^1
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS,
GREAT SLAUGHTER Of PRICES
E. JACOBS’ STORE
SILVER PLATED AMALGAMATING PLATES.
rpiIE REST PROCESS YET DISCOVERED FOR SAVING FINE OR FLOATGOLD.
1 Extensively used with great success in gravel and placer mining in various parts of
the Pacific Coast. Over five hundred orders have been tilled, and the demand is con
stantly increasing. A large number of these Plates were sent to Snake River mines,
Idaho, last year, ami a great many orders are being tilled for them this season. Ciicu-
lars containing full instructions for working theso Blates sent with each order. Old
M ining Plates bought or taken in exchange tor new' Sil ver Plated Plates, and full value
allowed. Gold extracted from old Plates at a moderate cost by a new and economical
process. Old Plates (which often contain a surplns of gold above the cost of plating)
can be re-plated.
With the most extensive facilities on the Pacific Coast, orders can be filled very
promptly and satisfaction guaranteed.
Vft-Mining Men and the public generally are cautioned against unprincipled and ir
responsible parties traveling through the country, endeavoring to secure orders for very
interior qualities of Silver l’lated Mining Plates.
SAN FRANCISCO GOLD, SILVER, NICKEL AND COPPER PLATING WORKS,
Nos. 033 and 033 Mission Street, San Francisco, Cal.
EDWARD G. DENNISTON,
Oregon Street, Jacksonville,
The Harbor or Keiuge.
Farm and Freight ‘Wagons,
, Plows, Gang Plows & Sulky Plows.
In fact everj’thing from the finest needle
to a threshing-machine. Give us «call and
judge for yourselves as to our capacity of
furnishing goods as above.
The way to make money is to Rave it. To
save it buy cheap. To buy cheap pay CASH
for your goods and buy of
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
fpiIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
1 ure in announcing to the public that be
has just received a complete and first-claw
assortment of Gent’s Furnishing Goods,
Sole Agent tor Siskiyou County.
such as Hats, Shirt«, Underwear, etc.; best
brands of Cigars and Toliacco; Pipes, No-
t'ons. Fancy Goods, Glassware, Crockery,
TO THE FRONT AGAIN!
Musical Instruments, Bird Cages, Station
ery, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Albums,
— WITH A —
P. S. Terwilliger,
A. M. Johnson,
l o' s, ( andies. Nuts, etc., which will be sold
BOOTS & SHOES,
at the cheapest rates. Give me a call and
see for yourselves.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES :
John B. Rohrer
Daniel Ream, M. D.
HATS AND CAI’S,
P. S. Terwilliger 1
■J. M. Walbridge
From San Francisco.
A. M. Johnson
TOBACCOS * CIGARS,
Charles B. Boice
1 (¡eorge Smith
N. D. Julien
Chas. Bon hart
HARDWARE & TINWARE,
IL B. PARTRIDGE, Agent.
This Organization lias lieen formed in the interest of Policy Holders, and all money paid into
this office for insurance will be retained and invested in this vicinity. Each of the above nam
egs leave to call the atten -
ed gentlemen have taken $10,000 insurance on their lives, in this Company. Parties desiring FOURTH STREET, JACKSONVILLE.
tion of the public to the tact that he has
PAINTS & GLASS.
just returned from San Francisco with a full
information regarding the Company, or insurance upon their lives, are respectfully referred to
any of the above named gentlemen.
(TAKING TAKEN CHARGE OF THE
11 shop formerly occupied by Dan Crone-
A. P. H otalino ,
E. C. Ix>RD,
Sud u’ i"tualpd north ot Cardwell's Livery
429 Jackson St.,
25 Front St.,
• table, 1 am now prepared to do
CONSISTING IN PART OF
That Defy Competition.
The location of the harbor of refuge
is still a mooted question, the board of
engineers having it in charge intend
ing fo visit the different points on the
anxious seat before rendering a final
decision. They have chartered the
steamer Constantine for this occasion,
and on the 17th started from San
Francisco on their tour of inspection.
The Board is composed of Colonels
Williamson, Stuart, Mendell, Gillespie
and Lieut. Payson. A thorough in
vestigation will follow and it will prob
ably be .several weeks before the for
tunate point will he aware of its desig
nation. Believing that the prayers of
the righteous will he answered, we en LADIES' FANCY GOODS The highest price allowed for country pro
A. P. HOTALING <fc CO.,
C. W. SAVAGE,
in the beat manner and on short notice.
VA-Give me a call at my establishment in
G eo . C. G orham , thu leading Re tertain strong hones for the success of
OF EVERY VARIETY,
imeedrI"S( YvSati^a<-tion guar-
in Masonic Building and be convinced that
Southern Oregon’s first and only choice,
publican politician of California, has
anteea. Give me a trial.
FINE HIMA AM) EIQI'OIM.
there is no humbug about this.
1LIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
Horse-shoeing a specialty
pronounced himself in favor of Glenn
. lire in announcing that he has fitted up
Sole Agents for the
J-ek-mvU!., Feb. t^.s6'ANNO1'-
and thoroughly renovated the New State
•nd the ticket nominated by the New
building tor hotel purposes and that the
J. II. CUTTER
Constitution Party. IIo assigns a* hi*
house is now open for tlio reception of
Something that attracted considera-
principal reason for this action thesur hie attention, and appeared to be a Groceries, Tobaccos, tec., &c.
BIG BUTTE, OREGON,
Will be constantly supplied with the best
ren ter of tho Republican party to the phenomenon both strange and unac-
WHICH HE IS SELLINO
And W. J. Letup’s St. Louis Beer.
the market affords. Meals can bo obtained
railroad influence, which, through it, countable, was a atar of uncommon
LORWARDING 4 COMMISSION AGENT
J. P. PARKER, Proprietor. at The
hope* to gain control of the Stale gov-
em-nent, the Courts and, more, the brilliancy perceptible in broad daylight
pains will be spared to give the utmost sat
isfaction in every particular.
rail road commissioners. These latter this week and particularly on Tuesday.
aving lately provided these
MENS' AND BOYS' SHIRTS.
functionaries have extraordinary pow It seemed to gain its highest point of
C. W. SAVAGE.
mills with improved machinery, I am
A full assortment from the finest to the
er* under the new constitution, the cor refulgency about twelve o’clock, grow
À FIRST-CLASS HAINES’ HEADER ^lE,andHiici^ ?? JACKSONVILLE
now fully prepared to fill ell orders for rus
XT. together with wagon and all neces lumr wilt fir i '.Jy s*,1'1PinK goods via Rose-
tic, mouldings, matching, turning, groov
rect exercise of which would he ex- ing dimmer as the afternoon progress most common.
ing, etc., on short notice and at very reason
sary appurtenances, all in the best order, thranvh
r tO the,r *'lv antage to ship
SPECTACLES AND JEWELRY.
eaedingly distasteful to the Central
will be sold cheap and on very easy terms. room ^safeund hOU<iei Ample warehouse
able terms. A full assortment constantly
The finest lot of Spectacles and Eve-glass kept on hand. Iam also ready to furnish
Pacific and its satellites. The defec ed, though it could be plainly seen
Any one desiring a good machine will avail promptly attended lo StOr*ge’ a°d busines"
Astronomers es ever brought to the market and Watches seasoned lumber, sugar pine, yellow pine
themselves ol the opportunity now present
tion of Gorham is ominous and will throughout the day.
and Jewelry of every description.
ed. For further particulars/inquire at the G’VuTnTASiebui8 * C°” J* C‘ F1°*d’
and fir, first, second and third grades,
cod the Republicans many votes, have not been heard from on this
XJT'all and l>e Convinced.TMl
T imes office, soon.
1 planed or unplaned, ot a superior quality
though the managers claim that it will point as yet; but perhap* it may not
GEO. W. ELLIOTT.
¡Charges on Freight..................... $1.00 per ton
and in any amount. County orders taken
hive a reactionary tendency aud bene have been deemed worthy of any un-
at par. Give me atrial and I will convince T HAVE A VERY GOOD ASSORTMENT noR MINING BLANKS GO ---------
——~ i '
Nalt |>er car load
no ‘‘ “
USTICE’S AND LEGAL BLANKS FO you that 1 am able to perform what I 1 of the above goods, which I will sell L O ffice Copp’s Hand-book of Mining
fit their cause In the end.
all kinds for sale at the T imes O ffice . agree to.
J. P. PARKER.
NEW STOCK ? GOODS
GEO. W. ELLIOTT
Beautiful Ladies’ Hats I Flowers,
PARKER’S STEAM SAW MILL,
OLD BOURBON WHISKY,
At Prices that Defy Competition.
H. L. MURTON