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A KADiCAL ON THE KAMl’AGE.
She gentilnatif aimes.
To ilie People oi Northern Califeruia auû PIONEER HARDWARE STORE.
Soiiite't Orem !
T. G. REAMES.
E. R. REAMES.
Th< a© who flaunt the ensanguined
garment, and assiduously have 11-
Ilificial Paper for Jackson, Josephine & Lake. itored to bamboozle the country into
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the belief that the Okalona Southern
AUGUST 15. 1*79.
MRS. J. BILGER.
States was a bona f<de concern and rep
T he Modoc Independent, put ¡¡-lied resented the true sentiment of the j
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at Alturas (Cal ), shows a deal of im South, have bad their images destroy
AT THE OLD STAND OF J. BILGER)'
provement since it passed into the ed by a case ^f political insanity of an
bands of W. F. Edwards. It is now antipodal nature from that which they
BY ADOPTING A
a neat and interesting journal and we
California St., Jacksonville,
First Session will Commence Sept. 15th, 1Î79.
welcome it as an exchange. Such Mars Sentinel, an obscure Radical
rpiIE MUSICAL COURSE OF THIS INSTITUTE WILL OPEN ON THE FIRST OF CASH
changes for the t»ett« r are noteworthy. -beet issuing from the backwoods ol
IIO AKO OF TRI STEEN:
1 September and is divided in four quarters, each comprising twenty-four lessons.
R ev . L. L. R ogers , President.
Iowa, that now bids for a share in the
SCALE OF PRICES •
W. H. A tkinson ,
I t would naturally be supposed that
A. G. R ockfellow ,
notoriety solely enjoyed by the pseudo R ev . J. S. Md' ai x,
J acob W agner ,
the election in Kentucky failed to com»*
Piano, per term..........................................................................................................
J ohn W alker ,
Sou them concern, and very successful R ea . W. T. C haimas ,
i Singing, per term.......................................... ......................................................
G. F. Bu t.I ngs .
off, if we were to ju Igo by the studi-
(.' lark T aylor ,
Violin, “ “ ..................................................................................................” ”
ly, too. It is thus that this long-eared
, Cithern, “ “ ................................................................................................ ’
qus silence of the Associated Press dis
specimen of the editorial fraternity
i Instructions in Composing and Thorough Bass............................................
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patches on the subject. Democratic
i Calling at private residences, per term of 24 lessons.....................................
. 24 00
seeks to gain the attention of the I
Ashland College ami Normal School, the
victories evidently have no c’ arms for
ISE OF 1NNTK1 MENT SI ADDITIONAE A MONTH
cou n t ry:
been placed, tree from debt, under the control
the Republican managers of that sub
“The Southerner can no more hdp of a Boar»! of Trustees, who have inaugurated
Pupils are received at any period, and special attention is paid to those who have but
■ limited time.
being a savage than the South call help the enterprise by tilling the follow ing positions
For further particulars apply at the Musical Institute.
T he yellow fever continues its har
vest of death and has laid low a myriad lever. At his Lil ilí nature stamps bar-
KOGERS. A. M„President; ’
biiisin on his brow, liar on his lips,
of victims, including a large proportion
ami Moral Sciences.
l luster on his tongue, and cowardice
PUMPS AND PIPE,
of colored people, who generally fare in his heart. Political equality and. W. I. NICHOLS, A. M., Vice President; |
better than w hites in the struggle with fellowship between the North and
MRS. A. A. ROGERS, Preceptress;
Jbla. loath-ome disease, which lias com South would be a burlesque on govern
Teacher ot English Grammar.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! !
MRS. JENNIE BALDWIN NICHOLS, ,
menced its ravages much earlier than ment, and must always end in tragedy,
l’he South must be disfranchised and
Teacher of Music ami French.
usual. The worst is feared as the sen- converted into a province governed by
Other conqietent instructors will be secured |
the enlightened and progressive North, as fast as the needs of the Institution require, |
so that pupils may l>e provided with the best;
T hat Sell iloi lai Adonis, the ele- or continue to be a political and in facilities for commencing and completing the i
dustrialrapist, dominated by bluster
gant Conkling of New York, has ing barbaric chiefs, and doomed to following
AT THE STORE OE
TO SELECT FROM IN
COURSES OF STUDY:
bloomed out into a coming candidate political and industrial ruin.”
1. C lassical , requiring six years, including THE BEST WOSTENHOLM CUTLERY
for the Presidency, If we may be al
Were we to emulate tho example preparatory studies. Graduates receive the
Any One Store in Southern
Decrees of A. B. ami A. M.
lowed to put the Oregon construction set by a considerable portion of the
2. Sin s riFh', requiring four years. Degree
Oregon or Northern
POWDER AND FUSE,
upon his sudden debut, In tlie “School Repul lican press in the Okalona States conferred. B. S.
3. N ormal , C ommercial , and Mt sicai ., oc
for Scandal.” His collision with ex- controversy we would insult the in cupying three years each. Diplomas given cer
Senator Sprague of Rhode Island has telligence of tho people of the North tifying to attainments of graduates.
A General Assortment of SIIE1.F HARDWARE
done its execution ami Roscoe now as it has chosen to belittle those of the
Tuition in four Collegiate Branches, $1» a
heads the list of aspirants on the Ka- South. Full well we know Misquota month. Music, $5 a month (use of instrument
$1 additional). Vocal music in class, $3 a
tion to be but an emanation fr>tn the quarter. Boardin Boarding Bailor in Private
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR MY FALL AND WINTER STOCK I WILL
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
L sell tor the next SIXTY DAYS my entire line of
N ose are more painfully aware that dwarfed brain of a political fanatic Families, S3.50 to S[..»0 a week. Rooms or
Cottages for self-l>oanling, S2 to S5 per mouth.
the Fall campaign is under way than and a rtflex of the sentiments of none
PARTIAL LIST OF TEXT BOOKS.
Robinson’s Mathematics, Steele's Series in
FIRST-CLAWS MECHANIC WILL
the department clerks. There issome- but himself, if we are allowed to ex-
Natural Sciences, Harkness’ Latin, Fasquell s
attend to Job-work with neatness and
thing so plaintive »lout the call of the 'elude the fireeaters of the Z ich. French, Reed's Series in English Composition, dispatch.
I will also keep constantly on hand a
Republican managers for “more mud” Chandler school. To say that the Le Richardson’s Piano Instruction.
PROMINENT FEATURES AND ITEMS OF large stock of
that makes it irresistible with them Mars Star is a representative of North
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS, CASHMERES
1. The College will be chartered; and the
AND DIAGONALS. SILKS AND
LIQUORS AND TOEACCO.
and tht>y pay the assessments without ern sentiment is but to equal the men-
Normal or Training Schot»! for I’eaehers will l>e
SATINS, BOOTS 4 SHOES,
• murmur, list their head fall from i ducity of the statement that the States male, it is hoped by s|»ecial enactment, an ad
Particular attention paid to Farmers’
the political guillotine in readiness. Is an exponent of Southern opinion. junct of the Public Sciutol system, ami Diplo wantsand the supplying of extras foi Farm
made equivalent t<> first-grade certificates. Machinery, ami all information as to such
And of such are the “civil service” ’ It is a parallel case throughout. Un mas
2. Ashland has no saloons. I he sale of in- articles furnished cheerfully, on application.
LADIES’ CALIFORNIA-MADE CLOAKS
rules of His Fraudulency
No pains will be spared to furnish our
scrupulous political managers may toxicat ing litpiors is j»r<»hihiteil by the City au
CLOTHING, Etc., Etc.,
thorities. who are sustained by a strong public customers with the best goods in the mar
ket, in our line, and at lowest prices.
T he Oreyonian, whieu u few months seek to magnify and mi contrue the sentiment.
Agency of the l’ACI .’IC RUBBER FAINT At
CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
llizil >vill I )ei‘y €>oinpnrison UTE
•go discovered in ex St nator Mitch attending facts, but their efforts will of an Evangelical ('hristi.m Church. The Bi —the best in the wot Id.
» I ladies to the fact that we have now on
Our motto shall bo prompt and fair deal
hand the largest ami l»est selected assort
ell all that was vicious, moustrous and avail them nothing, except to estab ble will be reverently' read and studied; the
with all. Call and examine our stock EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED TO CASH PURCHA8 ment of LA I >1 ES’ DRESS GOt >1 »S and FAN
unholy, has suddenly found him the
before going elsewhere. Satisfaction guar la ers during this great sale at
CY GOODS of every description in Southeru
tion will be sectarian in no objectionable sense. anteed.
MRS. J. BILGER.
Oregon, and we will henceforth make this
embodiment of virtue ami would kiss
4. Book-keeping'. Business Arithmetic, Eng-
Jacksonville, August 8, 1879.
line of goods our specialty and sell them at
from his feet the very dust. Such are of either section.
JACKSONVILLE MUSICAL CONSERVATORY
AHEAD AS USUAL!!
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
Ever Known in a Regular Business,
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
FOR SIXTY DAYS !
Paints, Oils, Glass and Varnishes
¡Important Reduction in Prices
ALL FOR CASH!!
Spring and Summer Dry-Goods.
EANCY GOODS. LADIES KID GLOVES, HATS,
the mutations of human events. Anti
nothing would be less sur| rising in ti e
future to find this same journal, now so
loud in its abuse of Senator Grover,
toadying to the patronage of th it gen
tleman if he would but give it the
glauceof recogtiit»on it fain would ask.
T he Little Rock (Ark ) Gazette got
enough of secession during the war of
the rebellion, and now confidently
says: “The next secession will not
come from the South. If It comes
again, it will come either from New
England, where the idea first origin ti
ed, or from the Pacific Coast. The
South has had enough of that business
to last her at least for three genera
tions. She would be very ket n, how
ever, to take a hand in repr- sting any
movement of that kind that might
come from any quarter.”
T he negroexodus from the South to
Kansas, over which Republican philan
thropists' like Zich. Chandler have
spilled oceans of tears, h is come to
grief. Governor St. John, the heart-
less Executive of the grasshopper
State, dealt this magnificent political
enterprise a deathly blow when he
informed those in charge of it that
there were several thousand “refugee.-,”
on hand now that could not be cared
for. Besides, said be, as Fred. Doug
lass said before him, the negroes w ill
not advance their own interests by
leaving the warm and sunny South
for the cold and chilling North.
G reat is the force of the Sherman
boom as it bounds onward in its
nlflcent immensity. Ami thus»
berless copies of the Secretary’s cam-
paign »¡eeches now Being transmitted
through the mails in envelopes marked
“Official business of the Treasury De
partment” are giving it an impetus,
the propuhiou of w hich is not to he
sneered at by his envious opponents.
This very conscientious gentleman ha-
again illustrated his wonderfid fin.m
cial acumen in the evi-b ti of the pay
□lent of postage as contempl ilt d by
law; but then this all g >e.s to make up
the component parts ot the tr i'y g >o I
men shaping the destinies of lliu Ad
A BOOM is on its Way that causes a
panic among the corrupt coh »rts of
Radicalism as it crashes onward in it.-
irresistible course. It is not a boom in
the interest of I*resi lenti d candid ttt s,
but one ol righteous indignation, re
ceiving its Impetus frotn tho startling
discoveries made in various depart
ments of the Government by the com
mittee of which the Hon. John M.
Glover was chairman. The machine
press may seek to belittle it, but its
force with the people cannot be broken,
for the foumiaiion of tacts and figures
upon which the report rests is not to
be demolished because it becomes in
cumbent Upon implicated officials to
frown 1» down in order to save their
preparatory for Business Life, will receive un
5. The Preceptress will give her chief atten
tion to the care ami oversight of the young la
6. An Endowment of $20,000 will be, there
is reason to hop»*, promptly siibseribetl, ena-
bling the Trustees to reduce the present rates
of tuition, specially to Teach, is, after the ¡»res
ent year. Address communications to
Improved Order oí Bril Heil.
The annual session of the Great
Council of the Improved Order of Red
Men, hell in Portland last week,
proved a highly interesting one and
showed that the org.tniz itiou was in a
healthy and fl ¡uri.-hing condition, Ashland College and Normal School,
f he follow ing <41icers were elec ted for
the i nning year: Great Sa< hem, Geo.
C. Sears, Portland; Great Senior Saga
more, E. S. McComa», Union; Great
Junior Sagamore, C. W. S ivag»* ,Jack-
.souville; Great Prophet, W. II. Wil
Hams, Portland; Great Chief of Rec
ords, Sig. Baer, Union; Great Keeper
of Wampum, Ludwig Zick, Portland;
Great Sannap, G. T. Baldwin, Linkville;
Great Guard of Wigwam, D. Zinsley,
J. H. RUSSELL, PBOPHIETOR.
Portland; Great Guard of Forest, R.
Holman, lh riland; Great Representa
HE UNDERSIGNED. BEING STA-
tives, John Cimbor'ky, of J i; ksonville, HI
1 tinned at Ashland again, has turned his
and R. Holman, ot Portland; Trustees, entire attention to the
W. II. Williams, Ward S. Stevens,
A'lam S tender; District Deputies,
and is fully prepared to fill all orders in
John Cimhorskv, Jacksonville; Chaun- this line with neatness and dispatch and at
cy Dale, Portland; E. S. McComas, prices to >uit the times.
M <• NI' M ENTS, TA 1»L El’S, 11E AI>ST( )N ES
Union; A. Lobree, M ir.-Jifi Id; Adam
Executed in any description of marble.
Staender (for Germ in tribe), Portland- Every variety ot cemetery and other stone
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
PRO BONO PUBLICO !
To the gentlemen we will say, it you
want a No. 1 SU IT OF CLOTHES you must
goto Reames Bros, to buy it, as weclaim to
have tlie best STOCK OF CI-OTHING in
Jackson county and will allow noone to un
These goods were all purchased by a mere-
; bcr of our firm from FlK8T-4’LASS JlOl’S-
! ES in San Francisco ami New York, anti we
• will warrant every article ami sell them
cheaper tor cash than any house in county.
We also keep on Land a full stock of
Jacksonville Lodge No. 10.
ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS.
•1 Trouble! Question.
S. P. HANNA,
That ho is determined to undresell any one
in the market ami people who whis Cut
lery, Quartz or Spy Glasses, or anything
tiiittle of iron;
WAGON - MAKER,
A I.title Oil.
Plows, Gang Plows &, Sulky Plows.
GROCERIES, TOBACCO, <fcc
San Francisco refined sugar, 7 tt»s for
Extra Costa Rica coffee, by quantity, 22cts. per (band I tbs for..
Rope ot all sizes per pound for.............................................................
Liverpool salt per tb for..........................................................................
Extra choice tea per tb for.....................................................................
Tobacco per tt> for.....................................................................................
Candles per box........................... ,........................................................... .
Prints, 15 yds for..........................................
Muslin per yd...............................................
Men's hats, each.................... .....................
Men’s bools per pair..................................
Cotten flannel shirts and drawers, each
Men’s cloth suits worth $15.00 for..........
Men’s cloth pants worth $6.00 for..........
And various other articles too numerous to im »lion.
ing to satisfy yourself.
429 Jackson St.,
A. P. HOTALING & CO.,
rilHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-j
1 ure in announcing that he has fitted up
FINE WINEN AND I.IQIOKN.
am) thoroughly renovated the New State
building tor hotel ,>nr|»<»es and that the
Sole Agents for the
house is now open for the reception of
J. H. CUTTER
Will be constantly supplied with the best
the market affords. Meals can be obtained
at all hours.
And W. J. Lemp’s St. Louis Beer.
The bctls are now and kept clean and no
pains will be spared to give the utmost sat
Gen. Agents for State Investment Insurance
isfaction in every [»articular.
ALL PERSONS KNOWING TIIEM-
Zv selves indebted to tho undersigned,
either hv note or book account,are request
ed to call immediately and make a settle
ment. A word to the wise is suilicient.
Woodville, June il, 1879.
Call and examim as it costs noth -
BRECKENFELD ’ S !
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLF.AS-
I ure in announcing to the public that ho
has just received a complete ami tiret-claas
assortment of Gent’s Furnishing Goods,
such as Hats, Shins, Underwear, etc.; l»est
brands of Cigars and Tobacco; Pipes, No
tions, Fancy Goods, Glassware, Crockery,
Musical Instruments, Bird Cages, Station
ery, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Albums,
Toys, Candies, Nuts, etc., which will be sold
at thechea|M>st rates. Give me a call and
see for yourselves.
NEW STOCK ? GOODS
From San Francisco
E. JACOBS’ STORE
GEO. W. ELLIOTT Oregon St., Jacksonville
to calt .
rilERE A COMPLETE AND MAGNIF-
of the public to the fact that he has
' icent assortment of new goods has
B just tion returned
f rom San Francisco with a lull
just been received, consisting in part of
All Kinds of Groceries,
FOURTH STREET. JACKSONVILLE.
GENTS’ and BOYS’ HATS and CLOTHING
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
Groceries, Tobaccos, &c., &>c.
WHICH HE IS SELLING
TAKEN CHARGE OF THE
11 shop formerly occupied by Dan. Crone-
BOOTS 4 SHOES.
HATS AND CAPS,
TOBACCOS 4 CIGARS,
Innller, situated north of Cardwell's Livcrv
Mabie, 1 am now prepared to do
in the beRt manner and on short notice.
HARDWARE & TINWARE, . My terms are reasonable. Satisfaction guar
At Prices that Defy Competition. Beautiful Ladies' Hats & Flowers,
anteed. Give me a trial.
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1S7S.
PAINTS & GLASS.
SPECTACLES AND JEWELRY.
The finest lot of Spectacles and Eye-glass FRENCH CANDIES, Etc.
es ever brought to the market and Watches
In fact everything to be found in a first-
and Jewelry of every description.
class stock of Genera! Merchandise, which
Xs-’Call and be Convinced -t
will be sold at prices
GEO. W. ELLIOTT.
FARM FOR SALE
rpiIE FARM KNOWN AS THE JOHN
1 L. Mururty [»lace, lying in the vicinity
of Bear creefc;eight miles from Jacksonville
Crockery, Glassware, Etc. and adjoining Major Glenn’s land, is offered
for sale cheap. It contains 160 acres of the
I HAVE A VERY GOOD ASSORTMENT best bottom land and is well supplied
I of the above goods, which I will sell with living water. For further particulars
euquire at this office.
cheap. Please call.
CANDIES AND NUTS,
. 9and upward
MENS’ AND BOYS' SHIRTS,
A full assortment from the finest to the Children's Carriages, Velocipedes and
OLD BOURBON WHISKY,
— WITH A—
E. C. L ord ,
25 Front St.,
GREAT SLAUGHTER of PRICES
TO THE FRONT AGAIN!
CONSISTING IN FAKT OF
A. P. 1ÏOTAÏ.ING,
In fact everything from the finest needle
• to a threshing-machine. Give us acall and
jiulge for yourselves as to our capacity of
furnishing goods as above.
The way to make money is to save it. To
save it buy cheaj». To buy cheap pay CASH
for vour goods and buy of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, etc
NEW STATE HOTEL,
Farm and Freight Wagons,
31. 31 ensor's
CRONEMILLF.R’S BUILDING, IS
I in receipt of a full assortment of material
and prepared to do all work in his line on
short notice ami in a workmanlike manner.
ill find thilt he means business, ami will X’ehieles of every description made to order.
get bargains by calling on him before going Terms reasonable anti satisfaction guaran
T.if~ Repairing a specialty.
S. P. HANNA.
The New York Star's Washington C. W. SAVAGE.
-pedal gives a long detailed storj’
about Jasper \V. Johnson, of Oregon,
returning to Washington to reorganize
Hie Lb- rd dub and to devote himself
to engineering a movement for the re
election of Iliyes. It is also rumored
that Johnson promises Chief Clerk
Uro-by, of the war department, nil the
votes of Ore g n Sen »tots for the con
firmation of McCrary as Circuit Judge
for the di-trict including Iowa if plttc *s
ire made for friends of the Senators
in the department. Jasper has evi
dently n >t fully recovered from his
trip to Southern Oregon several years
ago. Like the above story, he must be
a “leetle oph.”
Fact people from every place or from
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS,
Is the place to go for anything in the hard
ware line. He has a large and superior
stock of Rifles, Shot Guns and Sporting
Material. and ’ in fact everything from an
Anvil to a
EAT CUASI I IN PTÌTCES!
On Monday, August 18th, 1879.
at LESS than Bedrock prices
Ft >R CASH.and all those purchasing Bttild-
ing Hardware, Tools of every kind, Faints,
Glass, Cordage, Brushes, Ac., have
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GLASSWARE,
ACKSONVILLE LODGE WILL CELE-
brate its coming anniversary on the
above date by a Procession, Exercises at the
Court House Square, Ball, etc.
Members of the Order will meet in Odd
Fellows llall at 1:30 p. m . and forming in
procession will leave the hall at 2 o'clock p.
M. After marching through tin* principal
st rents tin* procession will move to t he Court
House ,square, where the following exercis
es will take place:
" ' ' b.v the Band.
9 Opening ode.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
4. Vocal music.
5. Reading of Dispensation.
6. Musie |>y the Band.
Oration by ex-Governor S. F. Chad-
9. ('losing ode.
In the evening a ball will be given at Veit
Schutz’ Hall, to which a cordial invitation is
extended. Music by the Jacksonville Brass
and String Band. Tickets for Ball, includ
ing supper, $3.00.
Committee of Arrangements—Fred. Luy,
K. Kubli, II. v. Helms, Frank Krause,
Thos. B. Kent.
Reception < '<>m tn it tee—Jesse Houck, Wm.
M. Turner, John Bolt.
Floor Managers—H. v. Helms, J. P. Mc
Daniel, T. T. McKenzie.
Marshal, H. v. Helms; Assistants, A.
Bish and J. II. Ilyzer.
' > a ..N< i pains will be spared to make the
celebration and balls miccom in every par
ticular and an invitation to participate is ex
tended to all.
work executed in a satisfactory manner.
Special attention given to orders from any
part ot Southern Oregon. Address
J. H. RUssELL, Ashland, Or.
It is quite likely ■ that we
come to grief in the
liarbor of refuge, G n.
who was delegated by the citiz<*tis of
Douglas an I Coos counties to I »ok af
ter the interests of Cape Arago, and
who thus became well m qiiainte«! with
the views <>f the Board of Engin°ers,
is said to give it as his opinion that a
harbor will not bo located at all, being
deemed unneci s^ary. Improvement
of the vari us ports of entry is consid
cred all that will be required for the
present. That f.it plum of $15,000,-
000, in In half of which there is so
much solicitude,will therefore probably
rem dn undisturbed in the Tieasury,
lo the utter disappointment ot a myr
iad of contesting points. Thus do our
fondest hopes decay ami we again re
sume a ha k -e it, like Wilkins Micaw
ber, wailing for something to turn up,
a matter in which we have acquired
That Defy Competition.
The highest price allowed for country pro
iÇg-Give me a call at my establishment in
in Masonic Building and be convinced that
there is no humbug about this.
JUSTICE’S AND LEGAL BLANKS FO
tl all kinds for sale at the T imes O ffice .
H. L. MURTON,
FORWARDING 4 COMMISSION AGENT
MERCHANTS OF JACKSONVILLE
HL and vicinity shipping goods via Rose-
buig w ill find it to their advantage to ship
through this house. Ample warehouse
room, safe and caretui storage, and business
promptly attended to.
References: 8. Marks <t Co., J.
G. Haynes, Roseburg.
Charges on Freight....................$1.00 per ton
“ Salt per car load. .. .so ™
Mark your goods: Care of H. L M