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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1879)
AS EX<'EI.I.KST TICKET.
PIONEER HARDWARE STORE.
NEW THIS WEEK.
QREAT CLEARANCE SALE
The Democracy of our sister county,
Siskiyou, last Friday nominated the!
Paper for Jackson, Josephine 1 Lake.
following ticket: For Superior Judge, The TIMES hits the laryeMt circulation
ever attained in Southern Oregon by any
E. Shearer; Sheriff', D. N. Lash; Clerk, newspaper and therefore olFen» superior
MRS. J. BILGER,
Jos. Rice; Assessor, E. Dewitt; Treas inducements to advertisers. Onr list i»
principally routined to Jackson. Jose
Gov. C urtin hit the nail on the urer, Chas. Peters; District Attorney, phine and I.ake counties. Business men
.vhen he said that Tilden, Thur- II. B. Gillis; School Superintendent, should take note of till«.
(AT THE OLD STAND OF J. BILGER)
Bayard or some other good Dem II. A. Morse; Coroner, Wm. Cooley;
AT T1 IE STORE OE
BRICK FOR SALB
Surveyor, L. II. Varuuai. The party!
will be elected in 1880.
aving just completed a kiln
could have gouo further and done a
California St., Jacksonville,
ericas successes in
of 50,000 brick at his place three miles
great deal wor-e. Every candidate is a
east of Jacksonville, the undersigned would
iue. The victories of Parole and
worthy gentleman an 1 well qualified inform the public that he is now prepared
to furnish a superior article in quantities to
on are followed by those of our
for the position he aspires to. As such suit and at most reasonable rates. Give
shots. Wunder how the Grant
him a call.
JAS. I’RI DI)Y.
they go to form one of the strongest
i would fare the;©?
tickets ever presented to the voters of DISSOLUTION notice
TIN, SHEET-IRON AND COPPER WARE
iston ’ s assessor ominously reports that county and, of course, will be
Democrat» ol Siskiyou Vo,l;'t'J: ls ,,IKR!'',’^OJV|,?N >™'
ivy gain of polls in Democratic elected. Tho
! lx the firm ot Wisdom A Fields, doing
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR MY FALL AND WINTER STOCK I WILL
Is. And Ben. Butler winks his are of tiie right stripe, voting the saw-mill business on Sterling creek, has
1 sell for the next SIXTY DAYS my entire line of
been dissolved by mutual consent, K.
iiquent optic vigorously and seems straight ticket from principle and nev Fields retiring and W. A. Snider having
er allowing petty jealousies and selfish purchased his interest. The now firm of
ike new courage bociuse of it.
Wisdom A Snider will tie responsible for all
motives to swerve them from their cho liabilities against the old firm ot Wisdom A
r may bean item of political chro-
Fields, to whom also all accounts due said
sen line of duty. It is at the primaries former
>gy to note that ex Senator Mitchell
that their tight Is made within party
J. G. WISDOM,
s been accorded tho high and hon-
lines, and when the convention has
PUMPS AND PIPE,
Sterling, August 2,1879.
ihVe distinction of an Oregonian decided who tho standard-bearers shall
“IIoW have the mighty be then differences aro laid aside and
all join in a common cause tooffor bat TAROM WHICH THE BITTERS ARE
O f course the Republicans desire tle to the foe, to its utter discomfiture. l made, is a Mexican Herb, and is indig
CLOTHING, Etc., Etc.,
enous only to a small section of Lower
the renmnioation of Tilden. That is This is why we find them united, ag (Baja) California.
It has been used by the inhabitants of Low
why they are so persistent in his gressive and successful. Let the Jack-
LYt Prices tlifit will l>eiy CJompiii*ij*on.
er California for the last thirty years as a
abuse and like sleuth-hounds keep on sou county Democracy profit by the general
his track. The old man doesn’t trouble salutary lesson set them by their breth
INVIGORATOR OF THE SYSTEM.
I EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED TO CASH PURCIIAS-
them! Oh! no!
THE BEST WOSTENHOLM CUTLERY Ix ers during this great sale at
A l.rcat -Keme'ly tor
ren across the lino. So long as the
Jacksonville, August 8, 1879.
Diseases of Kidneys and Bladder!
T he Yreka Journal, one of the spoils of office are considered para
liestof interior newspapers, has entered mount to the dictates of parly princi Positive Cure for Dyspepsia.
POWDER AND FUSE,
its twenty sixth volume. It has been ple, for that period can there be but I
FLECKENSTEIN & MAYER,
Sole Agents, Portland, Oregon.
continuously under the control of Bio. one continual scramble for gain, disor
Nixon for eighteen years, whose enter
County Treasurer's Second A General Assortment of SIIELF HARDWARE
prise and energy has made his paper and wo must by force of circumstances
what it i.s—a loading California jour fall prey to the machinations of political I
adversaries. It is indeed a sad com
nal. Long may it prosper.
Or FIFE OE ('OUNTT TllEASUKF.Il, )
J acksonville , Ogn., August 6, 1879. j
mentary upon our fidelity to the ten
T he capital furnished by the extra ets of the grand old party that lias yoril’E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
x\ there are funds in the County Treasury
session of Congress doos not prove weathered the adversities of eighty for the redemption of the following warrants
FIRST-CLASS MECHANIC WILL
congenial to a It‘publican campaign, years when we see a stronghold like on the same:
to Job-work with neatness and
nnd the managers are already shifting Jackson county, which ought to be
I will also keep constantly on hand a
the scenes for something more effect good for 300 Democratic majority at 486
ive. The conduct of the “Confederate anytime, electing men to office who 614..................................... ........................... 34 so
GIÎEA.T CRASH IN PRICES!
LIQUORS ANO TOBACCO.
Brigadiers” finds too much favor in have never voted witli lhe Democracy UHI......................................
Particular attention paid to Farmers’
the public mind to be sneezud at.
in their lives. But such must neces 742
4G 40 wants and the supplying of extras for Farm ItoiKl
36 40 ; Machinery, and all intorniation as to such
I mp t'DENCE on a' monument—the sarily be the case as long as those pro- 613
631..................................... ............................ 31 SO articles furnished cheerfully, on application.
No pains will bo spared to furnish our
Roseburg huh pendent, a journal pos fessing to be exemplary Democrats
Interest will cease on the above date.
with the best goods in the mar
GROCBRIBS. TOBACCO. Ac
sessing ntiihor reputation nor re-
ket, in our line, and at lowest prices.
their greed for the emoluments of
epon.sibility, aspiring .to creato a new
San Francisco refined sugar, 7 tbs for.................................................
office. It is not our purpose to In
I —tht* best in the wm Id.
parly movement that will revolution- • dulge in invidious insinuations. A
Our motto shall be prompt and fair deal Extra Costa Rica cotlee, by quantity, 22cts. per tt> and 4 tbs for..
ing with all. Call and examine onr stock Rope ot all sizes per pound for
ize the politics of Southern Oregon. general diffusion of magnanimity
before going elsewhere. Satisfaction guar- Liverpool salt per tt> for...... .
Extra choice tea per tt> for...
MRS. J. BILGER.
Tho creature would bo worthy of its would bo wholesome and certainly
Tobacco per It» for..................
creator—too contemptible to even
Candles per box.....................
merit public scorn.
M lint (ongress Accomplished.
FOR SIXTY DAYS !
Important Reduction in Prices
E. R. REAME»,
T. G. REAMES.
A HEW AS USUAL!!
BY ADOPTING A
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
rjro rjrii:E ruiiLMD
Ever Known in a Regular Business,
SUMMER DRY-GOODS, LARGESI SI0CK!
Paints, Oils, Glass and Varnishes
EANCY GOODS, LADIES KID GLOVES, HATS
TO SELECT FROM IN
Any One Store in Southern
Oregon or Northern
PRO BONO PUBLICO !
ALL FOR CASH!!
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
THE NEW YORK STORE AHEAD ! ! I Spring and Summer Dry-Goods.
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
T he Yrekn Journal professes to find
considerable fault with the Democratic
county ticket of Siskiyou because a
majority of the nominees reside in
Yreka. Perhaps Bio. Nixon uouldvx-
plain why so many of the Republican
candidates hail from the Salmon river
Our R 'publican friends of
Yreka are wonderful y considerate
whenever anyone is to be sacrificed.
T he newly-found 1’ou Liwton de
velops into a first ci 133 fraud. Being
arrested for another crime, ho sought
to escapo the i tn pen ling ponatty and
receive free transportation to Califor
nia by sotting up pre tensions to be the
missing Tullis murderer.
nalely for him his plans went amts-
nnd he will serve tho people of Wash-
ington Territory awhile iu the—chain
D r . G lenn , IXnuoeratic candidate
for Governor of California, owns 50,000
acres of land in Colu-a county, 40,000
of which is in wheat, and a correspond
ent of the Chronicle says lie will have
600,000bushels fur tho market. On the
whole of that vast f irm not a China
man is employe l,and he pays his white
laborers lhe very best of wages. He
ought to be elected, and as two parties
are supporting him he doubtless will
of Congress did <
not close without tiie accomplishment
of much g iod, after all that the llatli-
cals »ay of it in derision and ridicule
of tho Democratic maj >rity. They j
brought Hayes at last to relinquish Club Room, Jacksonville,
his abuse of employing troops at the!
polls, and they aboliffied the jurors’
Jacksonville Lodge No. 10.
•TO I LTV
test oath law by which whito citizens
THE CELEBRATED CALIFORNIA
were excluded from serving on grand
or petit juries. No more will the
army be used to intimidate and dis- ( i
franchise voters. No longer can cor
e will be assisted by his
rupt Federal Judges and M irshals
wife, an accomplished Pianist and Or
ganist. The selections are Humorous, Sen
pack juries in the South to give ver
timental and Classical.
dicts dictated by themselves sons to
Admission, 50c.; Children, 25c. Boys un I J ACKSONVILLE LODGE WILL CEI.E-
by parents, and children in »1 brute its coming anniversary on the
rob or imprison white citizens. And, arms, not admitted.
Doors open at 7; to above date by a Procession, Exercises at the
besides, tho ropeal of these two odious commence at s.
Court House Square, Ball, etc.
Members of tt>e Order will meet in Odd
laws, the infamous Supervisor of Elec
Fellows Hall at 1:30 p. M. and forming in
tion and Deputy Marshal law is ren
LEGA L A I) VERTLSEM ENTS,
procession will leave the hall at 2 o’clock p.
dered comparatively harmless. A
M. After marching through the principal
streets the procession will move tothe Court
pretty good showing this, for the
House Square, where lhe following exercis
special session, on the Democratic side.
es will take place:
Saturday Evening, August 9,1879.
Prints, 1" yds for....................................................................
Muslin per yd............................................... .........................
Men's hats, each...................................................... ............
Men's boots per pair.............................................................
Cotten flannel shirts and <1 rawer«, each.........................
Men’s cloth suits worth §15.00 for....................................
Men’s cloth pants worth Jii.oo for....................................
And various ot her articles too numerous to in« ntioti
ing to satisfy yourself.
TO THE FRONT AGAIN!
U’K CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
' i ladies to the fact that we have now on
hand the largest and best selected assort
ment of LADIES’ DRESS GOODS and FAN
CY Got >DS 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.
To the gentlemen we will say, it von
want a No. 1 Sl’ITOF CLOTHES you must
goto Reames Bros, to Imy it, as we claim to
have the best STOCK OF CLOTHING in
..................................... 9 and up
Jackson "ounty and will allow noone Co un
............................ 1.00 it
These goods were all purchased by a mem
................................... 75 41
ber of our firm from FIRST CLASS HOUS
................................... 63 i Í
ES in San Fianeiseo and New York, ami we
.................................... 63 it
will warrant every article and sell them
cheaper tor cash than an v house in county.
W e also keep on hand a full stock ot
Call and examine as it co»ts notli-
MORRIS M ENSOR.
GREAT SLAUGHTER of PRICES
11ARDWA RE, CUTLERY, G LASSWARE,
a full line of A shland goods ,
On Monday, August 18th, 1879. NEW STOCK ? GOODS
Tn the matter of the estate of Jos. Wetterer,
VTOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Xi the undersigned has been appointed by
the County Court of Jackson county, Ore
gon, sitting in probate, Executrix under the
will of Jcs. Wetterer, deceased.
All persons indebted to said estato are re
quested to settle the same immediately, and
those having claims against the estate will
present them with the proper vouchors to
rne at my residence in Jacksonville, Jack-
son county, Oregon, within six months af
ter the first publication of this notice.
F R E DERICK A W EI f E R E R,
Executrix of said estato.
Dated J illy IS, 1879.
LADIES’ CALIFORNIA-MADE CLOAKS
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, etc.
Pioneer Vocalist and Violinist.
DRESS GOODS, CASHMERES
AND DIAGONALS, SILKS AND
SATINS, BOOTS !c SHOES,
From San Francisco.
Farm and Freight Wagons.
E. JACOBS’ STORE
Plows, Gang Plows & Sulky Plows.
In fact everything from the finest needle
to a threshing-machine. Give us a call and
judge for yourselves as to our capacity of
furnishing goods as above.
egs leave to call the atten - WHERE A COMPLETE AND MAGNIF-
The wa v to make money is to save it. To
tion of the public to the tact that he has iV ¡cent assortment of new goods has save it biiy cheap. To buy cheap pay CASH
just returned from San Francisco with a lull
for vour goods and buy of
just been received, consisting in part of
Oregon St.. Jacksonville
GEO. W. ELLIOTT
All Kinds of Groceries.
2 Opening ode.
CONSISTING IN TART OF
3. Prayer by tho Chaplain.
The match for positions in the Pa
4. Voeal music.
LADIES' FANCY GOODS DRY-GOODS,
5. Reading of Dispensation.
cific Coast team, to compete at Creed
6. Music by the Band.
OF EVERY VARIETY,
moor for tlio honors liable to accrue to
7. Oration by ex-Governor S. F. Cbad-
the best rifle shots in the U. S. Army,
BOOTS A SHOES,
8. M usic.
9. Closing ode.
was concluded at the Presidio range
near San Francisco on the 2d. The
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
In the evening a ball will be given at Veit
HATS AND CAI’S,
successful contestants were Sergeant
extended. Music by the Jacksonville Brass Groceries, Tobaccos, tec., &c.
TOBACCOS & CIGARS,
Woodall, 216 points; Sergeant Welh,
and String Band. Tickets for Ball, includ
ing supper, §3.<*0.
HARDWARE & TINWARE,
213; Lieut. Landis, 240; Lieut. Bou-
WHICH HE IS SELLING
Committee of Arrangements—Fred. Luy,
tvlle, 239; Lieut. Gor Ion, 238; Sergeant
K. Kubli, H. v. Helms, Frank Krause,
Thos. B. Kent.
T he Salem J/ercnry’a vile abuse of Hickey,222; Captain Miller,229; Lieut.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
Reception Committee—Jesse Houck,Wm.
1 ure in announcing to the public that he
♦1 »vornor Thayer must have become
has just ri'ceived a complete and first-class
Floor Managers—II. v. Helms, J. P. Mc
MENS’ AND BOYS’ SHIRTS,
distasteful long ago. And it mistakes Corporal Hom in, 226; Corporal Wilson,
assortment ot <¡ent's Furnishing Goods,
Daniel, T. T. McKenzie.
such as Hats, Shirts. Underwear, etc.; beat
the temper of the people if it supposes 225; Priva.e Jackson, 225. It will be i
brands of Cigars and Tobacco; Pipes, No
Bfah and J. H. II vzer.
H A V E R E( ’ EIV EI > A NOT HERL A R G E
tions, Fancy Goods, Glassware, Croekerv,
>;f;..No pains will be spared to make the
that they for pno single moment coun seen that several of tho fortunato ones
SPECTACLES AND JEWELRY,
Musical Instruments, Bird <’ages. Station
consignment of the celebrated Singer i celebration and ball a success in every par
tenance such shameful proceedings. had from the Department of the Co Sew ing Machines, which are for sale on the [ ticular and an invitation to participate ¡»ex
The finest lot of Sr pectacles and Eye-glass FRENCH CANDIES, Etc. ery, Pocket and Table Cntlerv. Albums,
es ever brought to t he market and Watches
Toys, ('audios, Nuts, etc., which will ksold
The Mercury may Meek to revenge a lumbia, notably Sergeant Weils aud usual liberal terms and at the regular prices tended
* and Jewelry of every description.
In fact everything to be found in a first- at the cheapest rates. Give me a call and
established by the company. Therefore I ______________________ __
class stock ofGener.il Merchandise, which see for yourselves.
grievance, hut it must not assume to
i'll Call and be Convinced. Vi
waste no lime, money and patience on in
will be sold at prices
clothe itself in the habiliments of Do
genuine Singer at the same figures. In
iiKM'recy when it does so. It must
That Defy Competition.
R. B. Kinne, special »gent of the In- buying a Singer you get a machine of ac
consider it purely a personal matter, lerbr Department at Washington,says knowledged merit and established reputa- i
The highest price allowed for country pro
tion. and are certain of having value receiv
and such alone.
the It »seburg liaindcaler of Joly 26th, ed for your u oney, as every machine is war
\-4i.Give inea call at my establishment in
ranted by the company.
BIG BUTTE, OREGON,
in Masonic Building and be convinced that
T he time has arrived when the dull is now staying in this city on business
The Singer < ’oinpany now sell three-quar
there is no humbug about this.
ters of all tho machines sold in the world,
Republican prest of the interior re connected with donation land cliirns. the
capacity of their works at Elizabeth, I IN CRONEMILLER’S BUILDING, IS J. P. PARKER, Proprietor
FOURTH STREET, JACKSONVILLE.
ceives its regular installments of patent Ilo will remain here until that class of New Jersey, enabling them to turn out over ; 1 in receipt ot a full assortment of material
a thousand machines a day, and they’ have | and prepared to do all work in his line on
editorials from machine headquarters tiiles are put in a fair way of settle t,5i)o offices for lhe sale ot these justiy cele short notice and in a workmanlike manner.
NEW STATE HOTEL,
aving lately provided these
aving taken charge of the
and the weary quill-driver finds relief ment. All parties whose title to these brated sew ing machines, which have taken ; Vehicles of every description made to order.
mills with improved machinery, I am
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaran
»hop formerly occupied bv Dan,Crone
from the oppressive Summer’s Inal in class <>f claims are known to bo defec
, now fully prepared to till all orders tor rus
miller, situated north of Card Weil's Livery
tic, mouldings, matching, turning, groov- C. W. SAVAGE.
Proprietor, , Stable, I am now prepared to do
K-iF' Repairing a specialtv.
the heavy articles so gratuitously show tive should cmne forward and perfect
S. P. IIANNA. ' ing, etc., on short notice and at very reason
able terms. A full assortment constantly
ered upon him.
The average read them within the next thirty days to Over all competitors more than two hun
kept on hand. Iain also ready to furnish
E. c. L ord ,
er wonders at lhe improvement per insure a title. Mr. K. has been con
seasoned lumber, sugar pine, yellow pine
After the (’hicago fire the Relief Commit
■*25 Front St.,
429 Jackson St.,
ure in announcing that he has fitted up in the best manner and on short notice
fir, first, second and third grades,
ceptible, and bis nostrils glow with po nected with the Land Department for
My terms are reasonable. Satisfaction guar
thoroughly renovated the New State
planed or unplaned, of a superior quality i
to the needy women of that cit v, and appli
building tor hotel purposes ami that the anteed. Give nte a trial.
litical fire, for 1 tile does he dream of many years, and is therefore specially cants wore permitted to choose from mix dif
A. P. HOTALING& CO., at par. Give me atrial and 1 will convince house is now open for tile reception of i JAT Horse-shoeing a specialty.
the strategy the wily politician behind qualified to straighten these donation ferent kinds >f machines. 2.914 applicants
v MATT- SHANNON.
vott that I am able to perform what 1 guests.
were furnished with niaehines, ot whicn
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1878.
the throne is practicing upon him.
cases that have been lying suspended number 2,127 chose Singer machines and
Will be constantly supplied with the best
FINE WINES ANI» EIQI4»KS.
in the lojal offices.
517 distributed their choice among the five
the market affords. Meals can be obtained !
I t was not a .Southern Senator, but
other kinds of machines. They were to
Sole Agents for the
at all hours.
FARM FOR SALE
earn their living on these machines, and
the loyal and stalwart Mr. Anthony,
The beds are new and kept clean and no
took the Singer, becauso
pains will be spared to give the utmost sat
who recently made this declaration:
We are in receipt of the Benton
in every particular.
I ORW ARDING A, COMMISSION AGENT
1 L. Murphy place, lying in the vicinity isfaction
IT IS THE BEST.
“Rhode Islaud is u State in the Union, Bounty Blade, another candidate for
» of Bear creek,eightmiles from Jacksonville
The peopl e bought Singer niaehines as fol-
and adjoining MajorGlenn’s land, is offered
indi'pend' nt in till things except those public favor just ushered into exist
And W. J. Ixjmp’s St. Louis Beer.
for sale cheap. It contains l<>0 acres of the
which she has ddegited to ttie Federal ence att’orvillis by Chas. L.
best bottom land and is well supplied County Treasurer's First
Gen. Asenls for State Investment Insnranre (o with living water. For further particulars
Government. She claims the right to & Co. It is a neat and racy sheet, IS70............ ............... 1'27,833 Singer Ma eliines.
A JERCHANTS OF JACKSONVILLE
enquire al this office.
¡ AL and vicinity shioping goods via Rose-
make her own fundamental laws, t«> being well filled with interesting mat- 1872............ ............... 21!», 758 “
O ffice of C ounty T reasurer , ) btttg will find it to their advantage to ship
enact her own legislation, always in ter, anil ought to l»e successful In a 1873............ ............... 23'2,414 “
acksonville , Or., July 16, 1879. j through this house.
obedience to lhe Constitution of the country that has long felt the nece.ssi- 1875............ ............... 249,852 “
VTOTK'E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT room, safe and ear< tul storage, and business
CANDIES AND NUTS,
ll persons knowing them - XT there are funds in the < ‘ounty Treas promptly attended to.
United Sttne.s and lhe laws enacted in ty of a live paper free from cranky 1876............ ............... 262,316 “
References: S. Marks A Co., J. C. Floed,
selves indebted to the undersigned, ury for the redemption ot county warrant»«
1877............ .............. 282,812
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
either by note or book account,are request protested
from October 11th, 1*75, to Decem <». Haynes, Roseburg.
pursuance thereof. She makes no in notions and unhealthy hobbies. Char 1878............ ............... 356,432 ”
ed to call immediately and make a settle ber 11th, 1»75. Interest on the same will Charges on Freight...................... $1.09 per ton
trusive and impertinent interference ley Mosher is announced as the editor
D. 11. FEATHERN.
cease from this date.
“ Salt per car load.......... 80 “ “
I HAVE A VERY GOOD ASSORTMENT ment. A word tothe wise is sufficient.
In the affair* of other States, and abe of the Blade, which has our best wishes
Mark your goods: Caro of H. L. M.
Agent for Jackson and .Josephine Counties. I L of the above goods, which I will sell
Woodville, June 14, 1879.
fur Its uubounded success.
Treasurer of Jackson Co., Oregon. Roseburg
toleraus none in her own.”
cheap. Please call.
Headquarters, Jacksonville, Or.
The Creedmoor Team.
GENTS’ ani BOYS’ HATS and CLOTHING
BRECKENFELD ’ S !
At Prices that Defy Competition. Beautiful Ladies’ Hats & Flowers,
INFORMATION for the PEOPLE.
AV AGON - Al AKER,
PARKER'S STEAM SAW MILL,
H. L. MURTON,
OLD BOURBON WHISKY