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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1879)
’ïhç fkmmatít Shuts.
Published every Friday Morning by
KATES OF ADVERTISING,
Editor and Proprietor.
Advertisements will be inserted in Hi»
T imes at tho following rates :
One square, one insertion
each subsequent otie—. l.U®
Ix'gal advertisements inserted reasonably
A lair reduction from tlienbove rates mada
to yearly and time advertisers.
Yearly advertisements payable quarterly
Job printing neatly aud promptly execut
ed, and at reasonable rates.
C ounty W arilant « always taken at par-
■OFFICE—On Oregon Street, in Orth's Brick
Rntes of Snbseri|»t ion :
One copy, per annum,................... .
PROFESSTON AT. ( A RDS.
A. C. JONES,
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1879
IN PRICES AT
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Will practice in all the Court* of the State.
Office on 5th street, opposite Court House.
G. H. AIKEN, M. D„
ornee—On California street, opposite Union
J. S. HOWARD’S!
AND SIT R G EON.
Office on California street, opposite P. J.
Ryan’s store. Calls promptly attended
to, day’ or night.
J. W. ROBINSON. M. D.,
•Office in Masonic Building, next door to
Kreuzer’» Bakery, Oregon street. Resi
dence at B. F. Dowell’s.
KEELER H. GABBERT,
N O T A n V
Galice i’reek. Oregon.
Particular attention paid to conveyancing.
All business entrusted to me will receive
E. H. AUTENRIETH,
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
SCHOOL BOOKS STATIONERY, FINCY GOODS.
92 & 94 FRONT STREET
Sheet-Music, Violins, Citherns,
Harps and Strings for the Same,
READ HIS CASH PBICSS.
Tr»sh Poplin, per yard.............................. »1.50
Black Alpaca “ “ ...................................50«
Melange, ¡»er yard.............................
Double width dress goods, per yard.... 3712c
Unbleaebed Muslin, per yd...... 10<- upward
Bleached Muslin, per yd..'............ 10c
Ladie's Hose, 8 pair for............ »1.00
Kid Gloves, per pair.......... ........... 75c
Felt Skirts.................................... »1.00
Children's corset waists............ 81.(Hi
Einbroid. Table Covers.............. »2.50
Laces 8c., Embroideries pr yd...l2’ j 44
Sleeve aud Neck Ruching.......... 25c
Ladies setts from »2.50 up to »25.00, and
other Jewelry cheap.
Suits for................... ...................»12.00 upward
Hats, each.............. ................... 1.00
Boys’ Hats.............. ................... L00
Blanket-lined Duck (’oats__ 5.00
Boots and Shoes sold at the lowest prices,
and everything else in proportion for cash.
A full assortment of Groceries, Tobacco,
Cigar-. Pipes, Combs, Purses, Cutlery and
Which will be sold at Lowest Rates
^TC.IVE ME A CALL.-S^
Will practice in all tho Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to all business left
in my care.
Office in Orth's Brick Building—upstairs.
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS,
C ot . Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to all business en-
t rusted to my care.
^■ir Office opposite Court House.
Keen* constantly on hand a full assortment
of furniture, consisting of
JAMES S. HOWARD,
V. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
IVE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
YI a complete stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Soaps and
NEEDLES AND BEST Sl’EIlM OIL FOR PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES
e has sold out his stock of
Sewing Machines a number
H of American
times, but has another lot of them on
PAINTS, OILS AND
hand. This is the lightest anil most rapid
running, as well as durable, machine there
is made, and so simple that little girls five PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
or six years old make their patch work on
them. This is the ¡»lace to buy good watches,
clocks and jewelry, and he will sell cheap
goods cheaper than any one.
g-'T Watches, clocks, jewelry and sewing
LUBRICATING OIT,S, ETC. ETC.
machines cleaned and repaired ata reduced
NEW DRUG STOKE, JACKSONVILLE.
Tir-Solo Agents for Oregon for the cele
brated CARBOLIC SHEER I HR, which
kills Ticks, Lice ami all parasites on sheep,
anil is a sure cure for screw-worm, seaband
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
WOOLEN MAN’FACTURING CO.
IS MANEFAl rrniNG
FPIIE UNDERSIGNED HAS NOW ON
I band the most complete and best stock
of millinery goods ever brought to Jackson
ville, consisting of
Flowers, ribbons, laces, neckties, glove»,
collarsand cuffs, etc., etc., which will be
sold at the lowest prices.
Sewing Machines for Sale.
Consolidation of HODGE, SNEI L A CO
and T. A. DAVIS A Co/, ‘ ‘
W IIO L E S A L E D R UG GIS T S,
HODGE, DAVIS i CO.,
AITORN FA’ A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
DR. L. DANFORTH,
P n YSIC I AN
E. C. BROOKS,
I have also on hand a number of the cele
brated New WiNon, White and Howe Sew
ing Machines, -which 1 will sell cheap for
cash, or exchange for grain.
MRS. I. W. BERRY.
TO THE FRONT AGAIN!
\<» ií : n
a .\ i > m . wn .
A 1.1. KIKIA
We are as liable to l»c corrupted by Tsjoke aa
O egon furnished 1,810 soldiers to
the Union army.
A city milkman was overheard singing to hi*
Whitelaw Reid of the N. Y. Trib
fellows, “Yes, we’ll gather at the river.”
une arrived in California last week.
From San Fi’ancisco.
The 11th of Jnly has passed and still we
Columbu«, O., July 15.—In the trot
ting race to-day Powers made a ini le haven't “gone up.” Our advent friends wiB
have to set another date.
The Umatillas expect a horse raid
There has been an increase of nearly a mill
egs leave to call the atten - from the Snakes, ami are preparing a ion dollars this year in the sale of stamps,
tion of the public to the tact that he has warm reception for them.
¡»ostal cards and staiujied envelopes by the gov
just returned from San Franei.seo with a lull
\\ inters arid Tidal Wave have ar ernment.
■Science tells us there is motion in everything.
rived at the Fair Ground from East
must have been engaged in scrutinizing
ern Oregon and gone into training for
the Fall race«.
the ax erage boy when he was not engaged in
The famous suit of S. G. IZIliott vs. filling up the wood-box.
EADIES’ FANCY GOODS Ben Holladay has at la-t been decided Sam Bowles understood the true philosophy
in the Supreme Court, Elliott procuring of journalism. He once apologized for th«
a judgment of $32,000.
length of an article, saying he did not havn
Official returns from the bonanza time to write a short one.
mintS of bullion extracts for the half
They say that the Indian name for editor
year ending July Ht are: Virginia, is “Worak-to-che-nesh-he-kaw-haw. " That’«
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
$100,494,600; California, $100,856,800’
vthat we always thought it was. It mean*
and hungry, probably.
Groceries, Tobaccos, &c.. <fcc.
ifornia, Nevada an I Oregon, will be
In the silent watches of the night.
WHICH HE IS SELLING
sued for infringement in u*ing the bell
When all the world's asleep,
telephones represented on this coast
By the straggling inooulieain's mellow light.
by the Gould A Stock telephone com-
The muskeeter cuts you deep.
Of the committee of preachers appointed to
Last week a hotly contested pac- decideas to the truthfulness ot IDv. Talmaga,
MENS’ AND BOVS’ SHIRTS,
A full assortment from the finest to tlH> ing race took place at Columbus, Ohio. nineteen voted he Lad lied, twenty-five were
Seven entries were made, and the in doubt, and nine thought he had lied a little.
purse was a $600 one. Jn the last heat Talmage still preaches.
The finest lot of Spectacles and Eve-glass “Sleepy Tom,” a blind horse, made
Some people are bom to lie contrary, and
es ever brought to the market and Watches the mile in 2:12}, tho best lime on
they fulfill their mission with religious zeaL
and Jewelry of every description.
X'' Call and be Convinced.‘i-x
They are like the Irishman’s frog,who, he said,
Last week F. G. Abell, the photo
GEO. W. ELLIOTT.
always stood up when he sat down, and al
grapher, and Ed. R. Hill, the artist,
ways sat down when lie stood up.
“A Thing of Beauty is a Joy left Portland for a tour to the vicinity A l»oy in Crawford county, Indiana, married
of Mt. llood. They will take numer
ous views and sketches of scenes along when he was seventeen, and was a father at
the route, which will be enlarged up eighteen. He lately married a second wife,
on and perfected after their return to and now, at the age 80, is liappy with a second
child. There is sixty-two years’ difference ia
The English wheat crop is poor, ami the ages of the two children.
NEW STOCK ? GOODS
GEO. W. ELLIOTT
GENTS’ and BO S’ HATS and CLOTHING
At Prices that Defy Competition.
Unexcelled in Their Elegance
—OF THE —
Of tlie Best Native Wool,
the price of breadstuff's is on the up
ward tendency. With prospects of
hard times and high prices for the
necessaries of life the English people
are becoming very restless, and a
heavy emigration from that country
may be expected.
A lady of experience observes that a good,
way to pick out a husband is to see how pa
tiently the man waits for dinner when it is be
hind time. Her husband remarks that a good
way to pick out a wife is to see whether the
woman has dinner ready in time.
A glass muff, white aud curly; glass Lals for
Do the people generally understand ladies, with glass feathers; glass wool, not te
that the interest-bearing debt of the be distinguished from the genuine, and quite
THE MOST REASONABLE RATES.
OF SAN FRANCISCO,
United States has increased enormous as warm, being a non-conductor; glass carpets,
ly under tne manipulations of the Re cuffs, collars, veils and dresses are the noveltie«
/ jP.DERS FROM A DISTANT E WILL
publican party within the last ten introduced by a glass artist and spinner at Vi»
* * receive prompt attention. GIVE OUR Which have taken the Lead
years? Wliil»! the rate of interest has enna.
GOODS A TRIAL.
Over all Competitors.
decreased the interest-bearing indebt
P rinters and P rinting . —Many
edness of the nation has increased in
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
ASHLAND WOOLEN MILLS.
Josephine and Curry counties, Oregon.
of those that condescend to illuminate
()ffi«ial surveys made and patents obtained
a much larger ratio. Should this be,
W. II. ATKINSON, Secretary.
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
(his dark world with the fire of their
at reasonable rates. Full copies of Mining
PICTURES ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZE in time of peace?
Laws and Decisions at my office in Jack
through the columns of aaeWf-
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS, TOUTS WELL-KNOWN MARKET, c»P-
Statistics go to show that the quantity paper, little think of the lot of the
ranging from »12 to $50, opening eyes of de
1 posite Kahler A Bro.’s drug-store, is
ceased personsand making all changes de of wool raised in O egon has increased
printer, who sits up at midnight to
better prepared than ever to furnish the
sired in features, styles and color of apparel,
MARTIN VROOMAN. M. D..
etc., ilia manner unexcelled by any other 750 per cent, in the last eight years, correct their grammar, faulty in or
Also Doors. Sash and Blinds always on public with the choicest quality of
BACK OF COURT HOUSE,
anti as it is reasonable to suppose the thography and worse in punctuation.
establishment in the United States.
V IT Y S I C I A N A N D S U R G E O N . hand and made toorder. Planing done on Fresh Beef.
Jas. Griffin, agent of the < 'otnpany, will same increase will follow in the next
reasonable terms. piE Undertaking a spe
Wo have «een the arguments of
MANNING & WEBB. Proprietors. return to this section in the course of a lew ten years, the production of wool will counselor*, in high repute scholars.
amount to nearly 59,000,000 pounds, sent to the printer in their own hand
for this work.
Baron, Sult Meats.
T>r. A’roonian comes hero with the intention
or 29,500 tons. This amount of Wool, writing, with many words—especially
of permanently locating himself in the CitV
Headquarters >’t 1436 and 1438 Market at only 15 cents per pound, would
practice of bis profession. Is a gradu
technical and foreign terms— abbrevi
commodious barn on II u ,S c I i < h >1 House St reel. S.-m Francisco, Cal.
Sausage, Lard, Etc.
ate, anil, from twenty-seven years’ experi-
make tho sum of $8,850,000.
misspelled, and few orno points,
Flat and in the rear of the Court House, we
en<-e in.tlio diseases incident to this Coast,
few, if any, certainly mis
M rs . r r. prim .
flatters himself as being able to give gen
A N ew P rocess for E xtracting
to patrons, and no effort will be sjiarcd iness in our line with promptness ami dis
have seen the sermons
(¡ old from Q uartz —Speaking ot
patch ami at the most reasonable rates.
Office at the City Drug Store; residence on Rallier <fc Bro., Proprietors. toward giving general satisfaction.
sent to the press
the “Robinson Process,” a new process
for extracting gol I from quartz, the
the divisions of the sentences; also
The Stable is furnished with the l>est ani
Placerville />< tztoccu/, says: The re
soti ET Y NOTICES.
the letters of scientific and political
mals ami most substantial buggies ; also a
lUE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
sults of the trials of tliif’ new process,
first-class hack ami saddle-horse.
»» the largest and most complete assort
correspondents. Suppose all these had
so far as it has been tested on ores
Jacksonville Granse No.
P. of II.,
Horses iMtarded, and the l»est care be
I n M asonic B uilding ,
been so printed—the printer would
stowed on them.
from this country, indicate that it will
Hohls its regular meetings every two weeks
Satisfaction guaranteed in every instance. IVE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW actually accomplish what we have so ; have been subjected to scorn and con
At the residence of J. N. T. Miller,
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
judge for voursclx es.
<’. MINGUS, Master.
it and conijilele stock of Millinery goods,
tempt. No one would have believed
Oregon Street, Jacksonville Give us a trial ami MANNING
often been promised, a wonder ully
A xxik M illf . r , Secretary.
ttiat such gross and palpable faults
Jacksonville, June 1, 1879.
beneficial “revolution in quar’z min
to be found in Southern Oregon.
HATS OF ALL STYLES. ing.” A short time ago Mr. Perkin- re-ted with the ignorance or careless
Also the latest and finest styles of
Oregon Chnptfr No. I, R. 1. M.,
ness of the author. And no one but
rnilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING I’UR-
son, an “expert,” paid $15 per ton for
Holds its regular meetings monthly on
the practical printer knows how many
Tuesday evenings of or preceding each full
10 tons of ore from the It ise mine, in
establishment, desire to announ<-e to tlie
hours the compositor and the proof-
o'clock. Companions in good
this city, which Mr. Brewster, pro
Carrying Hie 1’. N. SI nil.
public that they are now prepared to till all
«tanding are iuvited.
reader are compelled to spend in re-
prietor of that mine, co'ibl not make
J. E. ROSS, High Priest.
Ami a great variety of PERFUMES and orders lor cakes of every deseri,>tion, such
ducing to readable condition tnanu-
T< >1 LET A RTI< 'LES, including the best and as wedding cakes, cakes for parties, wine I
M \x M uller , Secretary.
pay more thin $7.00 to $8.00 per ton
script that often the authors them»
cheapest assortment of C( >M M< >N and PER
AND CUFFS, by ordinary mill process. This ten selves might tind it puzzling to read
snaps and crackers. Take orders on ex
FC MED SOAPS in this market.
tons of ore was sent to Su rimento,
T3S" Prescriptions carefully compounded. change. Prices reasonable and satisfaction I EAVES ASHLAND AND LINEVILLE
ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
there worked hv the Robinson
T he Secretary of the Interior has
Il is also our intention to keep a first-class J J every day in the week, excepting Sun
and yielded $382.50,or $3S 25 recently rendered an important decis
PROFESSI! )N A L
ORNAMENTS, SILKS, LACES,
lunch-house, at which the best of everything
in the line will be served at all hours.
per ton. A lot of about 11 tons from ion to the effect that hereafter no
the Gohl Deposite mine, Kel-ey Dis claim for invalid pension shall be re
IN ORTH'S BUILDING.
Superior Accommodations for Passengers
GR( H5‘ A ULRICH.
trict, which was rated about $25 to $30 jected because no disability is found
Call and sec them at tlie building former
Who will be carried to any point on the
ST. MARYS ACADEMY.
ly occupied by Dr. Robinson on California rock by ordinary mill process, was io exist at the date of the Examining
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS. road at reasonable rates.
> ESPEUTFULT.Y ANN»>UN( ES
sent down to Sacraniento, and yielded
S rge in’s last certificate. If any
U the public ot Jacksonville and vicinity
alsiut twelve hundred dollars, or $100
that he was a scholar of Prof. Dr. Mosier,
time subsequent to the claimant's dis
C alifornia S treet ,
slirector of the University of Greifswalde,
Transacted. All orders promptly attended HOLMAN’S LIVER PAD. ner ton, by the Robinson process. A charge it is shown that he was disabled
Prussia, and Prof. Dr. V’olkmann, ot the
to and satisfaction guaranteed.
small six f»ound sample of Gold Depos
A SURE CURE FOR
from causes originating in the service
s. P. JONES.
4’niv.ersit.v ot Halle. During the Franco-
H. F. PHILLIPS.
ite ore yielded $107 15, or at the rate
Prussian war he was special assistant to
and line of duty, a certificate must
Ashland, June 1, 1879.
of about $35,000 per ton. It is confi
the Doctor-ill-chief Zuelzer and Ludwig ot milE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
I’"' O' vcm * and
issue covering the period of such disa
Berlin and Breslau, Germany. Fractures I school will commence about the end of
dently claimed for this process, and
Claims rejected under the
and external diseases, a»-ute or chronic, most August. an»l is divided in four sessions,
AND ALI. DISORDERS OF
the above results seem to justify the
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
varefullv treated. Cupning,Leeching, Bleed of eleven weeks each.
can now be reopened
claim, that it will save all the gold
ing and teeth extracted at all hours.
under the Secretary’« <
DRINKS, 12’i CENTS.
The Stomach and Liver
All kinds of birds stuffed and put up in Boar«l an»l tuition, per term,........... ....»40.00
there is in the rock. And, bt st of all,
guest natural shapes.
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don't
an outfit for reducing ore by this pro
Drawing and painting....................... .... 8.00
■ I»- ■ ■ « e » ■ . ■
Jacksonville, Doe. 11, 1877.
Piano............................ .......................... .... 15.00
LIST OE PRICES:
Entrance fee, only once,.................. .... 5.00 can always be supplied with the purest and FORWARDING AND SHIPPING AGENTS
City “Courier’’ says: “J. Wimer <k Sons re
best to be found on the Coast. Give me a
SELECT DAY SCHOOL
Ao- 00 promised “revolution” is evidently cently let the first contract toward repairing
call, and you will l»e well satisfied.
Primary, per term,............................
3 00 impending. Let it revolt!te!
the Crescent City wagon road. White mea
. 1 50
have the contract to repair and put it in good
To P reserve a B ouquet .—The fol shape to the McGrew mountain. Mr. Wimer
Pupils are received at anv time, and spe
TILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION
I PAMPHLITS, PARTICULARS
cial attention is paid to particular studies in
lowing is a simple receipt for keeping ventured on this contract himself and haa
i to forwarding goods consigned to their
and testimonials send to or call on
behalf of children who have but limited
care. Freight money advanced. Commis
a bouquet of flowers: When you receive been out oil the inountaiu several times to di
JOHN. E. DAY, Yreka, CaL,
time. For further particulars apply at the
sions reasonable. All business in this line
Sole Agent tor Siskiyou County.
a bouquet, sprinkle It with fresh water; rect th ; w »rk. These workin-n, I am told,
shall receive our prompt attention.
VfcDAMF.I. A MH.AMI. PROPRIETORS.
then put it into a vessel containing are making a first-class road out of the wry
All consignments to our care should
be marked G. Ik A., Roseburg, Oregon.
soap-suds, which nourish the roots and worst of it. What a pity it is that more pica
keep the flowers as good as new. are not now on this roa»l preparing it for in
HUTTS POPULAR RESORT, UNDER THE
rnilE UNDERSK;NED IS FULLY PRE- Cor. € aliiornia and Oregon Sts., Jackson ville I new management, is furnishing the best
Take the bouquet out ot the suds every creased teaming?”
mHESE WELL-KNOWN MILLS, S1TU-
pared to do all work in his line in the
brands of liquors, wines and cigars. The
1 ated at Kerbyville, Josephine county, morning, and put it in fresh water;
best manner and at reasonable prices.
reading table is supplied with Eastern peri
keep it there a minute or two, thenj T he Postmaster G< neral has 7*»
now prepared to do a
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
odicals and leading papers of the Coast. HMIESE WELL-KNOWN MILLS,SITU A
HOT OR <OI-B BAT11M
lake it out and «prinkle the flower- qnired all Postmasters to make an ac
Give us a call. MuDANI EL A NOLAND.
I te<i seven miles northeast of Jackson
lightly by the hand with pure wa er tual count of the number of letter« and
Can be had at this place at all
ville, are now prepared to do a
postal car Is, and of packages of third
GEORGE. SCHl Ml b.
Will give as much flour, shorts and bran, Replace the boquet in soap-sud-, an I
THROUGH TICKETS, I2j C ent *.
fouriti-cla*« matter <1 ep «tied for
Merchant and Exchange Business. for good merchantable wheat as any mill the flowers will 11 >om as fresh as
in Southern Oregon. Flour sacked and when gathered. The soap suds need mailing at their offi -p« U|K>n the flrat
WILL. JACKSON, Dentist,
Thirty-six pounds of flour, two pound- branded, customers furnishing sacks, The
-even days of September, ami the Si»,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, of shorts and eight pounds of bran given highest market price paid for good mer
to be changed every third day.
pHOICE WINES. LIQUORS AND CI-
pcrintendent of the Ra i way Mall
per bushel of good wheat. Flour sacked chantable wheat in cash or goods. Satis
gars constantly on hand. The reading
and branded, customers furnishing sacks. faction guaranteed in all instances.
T he G reenback er «’ E lysium — Service is directed to have a similar
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
Satisfaction guaranteed in all instances.
I’. B. LEWIS.
Mechanics get sixty dollars a day, and ••mint made upon the car* and ataam«
calsand leading papers of the Coast.
T. T. McEENZIE.
Kerbyville, July I6th, 1879.
common laborers sixteen a day, in ’»oats fur the same length of time.
Eureka Mills, Sept. 16, 1878.
epairs watches , clocks and
Book keepers get
Jewelry in the very best manner. All
T he Yreka ••Journal says that the Vieux«
twenty thousand dollars a year an! ex
work promptly done at the lowest rates.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
4 LL PERSONS KNOWING THEM- tra zeal as a manager brings seventy- temps Bros., the grainiest bilks in the country,
California Street, Jacksonville^Oregon, 6’ £ T ’ ER. IL E L. 1 CL X U1 TH
A selves indebted to tlie undersigned, five thou-an I dollars. T ie paper <lol are circulating around the Fall river section of
either by note or book af>count, are request
ed to call immediately and make a settle lar is worth three pen’s in gold, A Shasta county and will probably soon be in
loaf of bread costs three dollars.
M<>doc county. They swindled everybody in
ment. A word to the wise is sufficient.
A i UMBER OF DESIRABLE TOWN
T WILL PAY’ THE HIGHEST PRICE
this county who would credit them a cent,
Ik lots in Klippel’s addition to Jackson
Wood ville, June 14, 1879.
BY A. FISHER,
D r . T. C. M ackey of Empire City keeping full of whisky all the time that a bar
for wheat to all those that are owing me,
ville will be sold on reasonable terms. For
;r In exebansl. lor
LL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN further particulars enquire of
' A T THE STORE OF A. FISHER A CO.,
been appointed coroner of Co >s keeper would trust them, and play the “"»t
USTICE’S AND LEGAL BLANKS FO
anything in my line. lILNRi JLPht-
HENRY KLIPPEL. ' 2k Jacksonville, Oregon.
all kinds for sale at the T imes O ffice .
ANI» lUSCOSINi. OF THEM AT
UNIVERSAL COPYING COMPANY
CITY BAKERY AND SALOON,
THE NEW MILLINERY STORE.
Gentlemens’ and Ladies’ Handtabiefs.
OWENS I PLYMALE,
BARBER SHOP & BATH ROOMS
CRITERION BILLIARD SALOON,
Merchant and Exchange Business.
LOTS FOR SALE.
WOOL AND HIDES
i- WÍW áfc