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KEHRN' OF UENlllAI, GRANT.
<Ol NT Y STATISTI» ».
The ovation tendered General Grant
The Board of Equalization, which i
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
in aess'ion this week, has com- '
Official Paper for Jackson, Jos phlne 4 Lake. by the people of San Francisco on his i
L and O ffice at R osebvro , O regon , 1
return front a junketing tour around i plcted its lubori», making very few
Septeml»er 20. 1879. j
.SEPTEMBER 26, 1879.
tiie following-named settler has tiled
fact,it was one ol the grande-t displays examination
of the labors of the As notice ot her intention to make final proof in
T he Grant bo mi seems to tie assum of flunkyistn the country ever saw. As h sessor shows that tiie finances of on r support of her claim and secure final entry
thereof at theexpiration of thirty days from
ing a tangible form. Uulorudo Republi such it must lie set down as a magnifi ■ citizens,
upon the whole, are quite up the date of this notice, viz: S. E. Morrison,
widow ofF. W. Morrison, deceased. Home
cans, in convention assembled, have cent success, the citizens of the Bay to those of last year. Some have re stead
Application No. 2356, for the S. VV.
declared him their choice for Presi City fairly outdoing themselves iu cedod
—others have gone forward; ofS. W.%, W. % ofS. W. x/i Sec. 2, and S.
E. *4 of S. E. *4 Sec. 3, T. ¡55, S. R.,2 W., and
tin ir efforts to show the unselfish hos while considerable has been added to I names the following as her witnesses, viz:
dent. Let the good work go ou.
pitality for which they are proverbial. our wealth by uew’-cotuers. Several Andrew Brown of Jackson county, and J.
A. Chastain of Jackson eountv,Oregon.
I t is a nover-failiuff rule that those
It was perfectly natural that th ■ min companies and individuals were not
WM. F. BENJAMIN, Register.
Journals which have so much to say of
ions of the Federal Government, the assessed by Mr. Goddard, who has en
riMIE MUSICAL COURSE OF THIS INSTITUTE WILL OPEN ON THE FIRST OF
political inde[»ntlciiie nnd rings i and
lintel keeper, the expectant politician, trusted the Sheriff with that duty.
1 September and is divided in four quarters, each comprising twenty-four lessons.
cliques are generally thcmselvts the
and even the cocktail-mixer,should oe We may therefore expect a substan In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
SCALE OF PRICES •
abject tools of some corporation or ’ set
for the County of Jackson.
out in full force and faiily effervesce tial improvement in the figures given
Piano, per term.
of individuals having intentions on
Mary Brannan, Plaintiff, vs. John Brannan, Singing, per tern
wilt) righteous enthusiasm.
But below when this is done.
the pul lie. They fain would cry we doubt whether the masses were ful
The number of acres of land report To John Brannan, the attune named Defend- ; Cithern, 44 44
.. 24 00
»•stop, lhief,” to ciear their owu skirts ly aware of why they were paying the ed was 219,507 acres, valued at $771,-
; Instructions in Composing and Thorough Bass........
. 30 00
Calling at private residences, per term of 24 lessons
... 24 00
General such extraordinary homage. 678; the value of lots is given at $52,-
Oregon: You are hereby required to I
IME OF INSTRUMENT 81 ADDITIONAL A MONTH.
It has remained lor the people ol 982; improvements, $218,413; mer- appear and answer the complaint filed i
T he Democracy land bettor in Cal
against you in tiie above entitled suit, in! Pupils are received at any period, and special attention is ¡»aid to those who have but
ifornia after all than was at first expect On gon to ape the toadyism -o rampant chaiidi-e, $250,841; money, notes, etc., which Mary Brannan is Plaintifl'and John limited time.
Brannan is Defendant, on the first day of the I For further particulars apply at the Musical Institute.
ed. Out of the general wreck it has in California. The managers of the; i $505,039; household and kitchen fur next term ot tiie above entitled < ’ourt, to-wit:
secured one Congressman (C. I*. Berry State Fair, fearing tire effects of the' niture, $63,926; horses and mules, On the 10th day of November, 1879. And it
you fail so to answer, for want thereof, the !
in the Third District), the Chief Justice rusten their finances and anxious for 4,456, valued at $151,867; cattle, 10,- Plaintiff' will apply to the Court for tho re
of the Supreme Court and five of the a drawing card, have invited the Gen 281, v ilued at $76,618; slieep and lief prayed for in the complaint, which is-:
That the marriage contract between Plaintiff!
eix Associate Justices. We find a vast eral to exhibit himself; and it is not at goats, 42,853, valued at $53,081; hogs, and Defendant be dissolved and that the!
and custody of the minor children bo
umount of consolation in being fortu all improbable that he will accept. 10,502, valued at $15,905. Gross val care
awarded to tiie Plaintiff, and that Defendant
nate enough to do even as well us Ibis. This was u stioke of financial acumen ue of all prop» r’y, $2,260,345; indebt pay tiie costs and disbursements ot this
that must be complimented. A deluge edness, $580,310; exemption, $213,- suit.
Published in the D emocratic T imes by
T herf . is nothing surprising in Turn-
of Oregon rain could not make the fair 043; taxable property, $1,466,992. I order of Hon. II. K. ID'iina, Judge of said
Court, made at Chambers Sept. 24, 1879.
many Hall and the Canal ring op|><;8-
a failure now. But we are sorry to Polls, 992.
A. C. JON ICS,
ing Mr. Tilden so vehemently. The
see the names of some of our State ot-
old gentleman has put the thumb
ficials appended to tho same invitation. horses and mules to number 4,295;
screws to them so often aud so mer
| With tho Mercury we believe that cattle, 10,926; sheep and g >ats, 41,-
cilessly that they are still wincing un
Court of the State of Oregon, ,
the man who was interested in the 770; h gs, 11,750. The indebtedness In the Circuit
for the County of Jackson.
der the punishment. The more they
whisky ring, navy ring, Shepherd ring, was $570,699; exemption, $226,125; Pauline Farren, Plaintiff, vs. Sullivan M. ,
effervesce so mu ^h mi ro the people’s
Farren, Defendant; suit in equity for a
credit mobilier ring, Indian ring, and gross valuo of property, $2,300,382;
sympathy for Mr. Tilden heightens.
>dl the other rings by which the people
H E A MTS BROS.,
AHEAD AS USUAL!!
BY ADOTTINO A
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
Ever Known in a Regular Business,
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
FOR SIXTY DAYS !
Important Reduction in Prices
AT THE STOBE OF
How strikingly beautiful and so
charmingly proper it would have been
had General Grant been attended by
his former boon companions, Babcock,
Belknap, Robeson and Shepherd, in
his triumphal march through the city
'nf San Francisco last Saturday. The
scene would then have been conspicu
ous for its completeness. It would
have represented the irrepressible Gen
eral as he is and was—not what the
Californians hoped he might be.
were robbed, and who defended his
accomplices when accused and par
A distinguished scientist once said: “No
doned them when convicted, who made man with a strong healthy stomach ever
committed suicide,” and yet many are suf
his millions out of a salary which it is fering tho tortures of tiie damned with Dy.s-
a single bottle ot DR. M1N-
known did not more than support his liE’S when
ENGLISH DANDELION, LIVER
manner of living, and who is tho rep AND DYSPEPSIA PILLS will give relief,
and, if persisted in, will cure the worst ease
resentative of all that was corrupt in of his distressing trouble. This pill cures
the administration of public affairs dur Torpid Liver and Bilionsne^, Iteffulate# the
Hoireln, llenoireft Pimple* from the /’'ace, cure*
ing his eight years as Chief Executive, Kalloir Complejcion, Paul lireath, Side Head
Hearthurn, linn in the S’tdes and Hack;
whose very name is the synonym for ache,
I* ,Su</ar-coated and GUARANTEED to be
plunder and corruption, atel who has PURELY VEGETAJU<E. It acts directly
upon the coating of tne Stomach and on the
been traveling at the expense of Liver. Can be taken in any climate—wet
the people studying the beauties of or dry weather. Beware ot Imitations. The
Genuine has an engraving of a lion on the
monarchist governments, is hardly de outside wrapper. Price 56 cent». For sale
serving of special honors at tito hands by druggists.
D r . A. E. M intie A Co.—Gents: I have
of our people. This specif s of toady i used your famed English Dandelion Pills
torpid liver and dyspepsia and can free
ing is not to the credit of the people for
ly sav they are the best Pills 1 ever had.
and is an exhibition of fawning which ; I can recommend them as a sure preven
i live and positive cure in all eases of fever
must convince an impartial observer and ague. Truly yours,
that Grunt understood the true spirit
A mos PAttTRiDQE, Contractor.
Portland, Oct. 5, 1878.
of the people when lie started out for
practical instruction iu the tuonurchiul
.schools of other lands.
T he census-taking of the United
States, which occurs every ten years,
will be commenced on the 1st day of
June next. Ou that day twenty thou
sand enumerators will te set to wotk,
those in the cities being ol liged to fin
ish in two we< ks, while the others will
have a mouth. No matter on what
day the tnumt r itor calls, he counts all
pertains who were «live on the 1st of
the month, although they may have
Another Ih'iiKx ratic Compromise.
died iu the interim; but births subse
This time we find the Democracy of
quent to the first of June are not to Massachusetts willing to compromise
its principles for the sake of temporary
T he Yreka Journal is quite Jubilant success. And what makes this con
over the election of Carlock for State cession most deprecatory is the fact
Senator, but must bo commiserated that it has been made to further the
upon the defeat of M Kt nna fur Con elec, ion of the irrepressible Ben Buller,
gress, especially after crowir g so lus the hero of New Orleans arid the sil
tily over his supposed success. The ver spoons, as Governor of the Bay
Democracy of California is quite will State. The platform of the conven-
ing to exchange Mathews for Ber»y, ti< n that nominated him (ienies that
and particularly so when it is consid any national questions are at stake, at
ered that Carlock is liable to tie one of tempting thus to excuse the vacillation
the outs in the drawing for hold-ovei fiom its | lain line of duty. Democrats
lid C'lUgie-siou.d (»very where will entertain the gravest
delegation from California existed misgivings as to this amalgamation
ouly in the R 'publican miud.
with the di-afleeted legions of Repub
T here is a revo t in Republican licanism. Success under such circum
ranks in New York as well as in those stances would ho barren in its results
of the Democracy, though it is of an and cannot But be of an extremely
op|M>site nature. In the latter Cfs“ we doubtful character; nor can the prin
find Tammany Hall uttemptin g the cipies of Democracy bo perpetuated
annihilation of the Demo -ratic party, through entangling alliances with the
while in the other the better class of Bedouins of politics, Better go down
Republicans are unwilling to swallow to defeat with colors flying and mi
Conkling’s man Friday, Cornell, and smirched than to reap the fruits of so
will doubtless support Robinsun in uncertain a victory. The D eno TaN
who have mar-haled themselves under
preference. Iu a reportorial interview
the banners of Both ris.ri can look to»
Mr. Tilden gives it as his opinion that no symptlhy from their brethren el.su-
Tammany’s defection will be otf-et by w here.
recruits from other organizations, thus
assuring the success of the Democracy Cur I truui Nu|»eriut<*nd«*iil Fountain.
T he Ohio campaign becomes more
interesting as it approaches a close,
each side seeming to be confident of
6UCC6S8. General Ewing, the Dem
oeratic nominee for Governor, in a
recent Interview, said: “We must
make a poor mau’s canva?- and g<»
among the peo|le with scrip and staff.
The Republicans will have a big ad
vantage in having all the money they
can use. We have a new and very
severe law in Ohio making all forms
of bribery and intimidation punisha
ble as penitentiary offenses. We in
tend to see that tire law is thoroughly
T he Republican outrage-mills have
•gain been put in motion and will grind
out those blood curdling stories for
which the average R »«I ictal yearns about
election-time ad ‘bit mu until after the
gn next year. The
ton cases, magnified
oito most revolting
as they have
r no other reason
political m< i
' I can succe—«, are
than to fur
u hole S utli is
of the first
i ed- of the perpetra-
accused for t:
which were nothing
tors of th»
■ pstiots of personal dif-
more thio • i
is willful and lacks ttv
So might the South,
with the N I .th ind Ea t, charge th e
• -h oling *»f Ivd loch Ly
.1 wo< k up '• ci tonal strife
Ik* You n
er is bast* amt becoming
iu this "
of the “bloody shirt”
only a ;
SIR ASTLEY COOPER’S VITAL RE-
The Great English Remedy
—has made more cures of Nervous Debility,
Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Lost
Manh <><>d, nocturnal emissions, lassitude,
inability for mental labor, despondency,
and such diseases as are induced by youth
ful follies and excesses, than all other med
icines combined. Why will you suffer?
Send to A. E. Mintie, M. I)., No. 11 Kear
ny Street, San Francisco, for the Restora
tive and be cured.
Price, $.! per bottle.
Four times the quantity, $10. Try a bottle.
Dr. Mintie treats all private diseases success
fully. Medicinessent secure from observa
tion upon receipt of price or C. <). I).
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS.
“My eye-sight is better.” "I am a strong
man again.” “It is worth titty dollars a
bottle.” “If there is no reaction after (put
ting it, it is the king pin, etc., etc.
THOMAS' SAW-MI LI a
AT THE MEADOWS,
NOW FULLY PREPARED TO FUR-
ni'li the market with every description
<>t lumber of a superior quality. ’I'hi.s mill
is new throughout and furnished with the
latest and most improved machinery,
thereby ensuring the speedy fulfillment of
all orders at most reasonable prices. Bills
sawed to order with dispatch.
■ Give me a trial and I will prove what
I say, tor satisfaction is guaranteed in every
J. R THOMAS.
Table Rock, August 26, ¡879.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
L and O ffice
RosF.nrtm, O kfgon , i
September 17, 1S79. j
yrOTK E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the tollowing-named settler has tiled
notice of his intention to make filial proof
A shland , S. pt. 16, 1S79.
in support of his claim, and secure final
To the E ditor of the T imes :
entry thereof at the expiration of tliirty days
tin* d ue ot t h is not ice, viz: John ('al-
For the information of the public I re from
laglian. Homestead Application No. 2.311,
spectfully submit the contract figures fortheN. W. 1, of Sec. 21, T 37, S. R., 1 West,
aixl names tho follow ing as his witnesses,
at which the New School Books may viz: Jesse Richardson of Jackson eountv.
ami S. (’. Ta^-lor of Jackson county,Oreg.
be obtained until January I, 1880.
Where the child has old Looks of
the same grade to exchange the new
can be obtained for those prices: First
reader,8 cts ; Second, 12 cts.; T ird, 16
cis.; Fourth,20 cts.; Fifth,36 cts.; Sixth,
45 cts.; Speller, 11. Where the child
has no old book the following intro
ductory prices will be charged: First
reader, 13 cts.; Second, 24 cts.; Tl.ird,
35 cts.; Fourth, 45 cts.; Fifth, 70 cts.;
Sixth, 80 cts.; Speller, 16 cts. The
readersand speller only ate to be chang
ed. Wm. Hoffman of Jacksonville and
Fountain Ct Farlow of Ashland are the
authorized agents for distributing the
new looks in Jackson county. A full
supply of the new series of books has
just been received; so bring your old
books, but do n >t fail to bring coin
enough to complete the exchange, as
they are authorized to exchange only
on a cash basis.
J. I). F ountain ,
C’o. School Supt.
1 irr al I’ortiaud.
Portland had a 560,000 fire Monday
night. It started in Zin Bros.’ facto
ry and consumed the planing mills of
Ansile A C o . and Davidson & Nicolai,
the Minnesota House and a number of
W. F. B i
7b Sullivan .V. Farren:
IN THE NAME OF TIIE STATE OF OR-j
1 egon.you are required to appear in said
('ourt and answer tiie complaint of said
Plaintiff filed against you within ten days
from the tune of the service of this sum
mons on you, if served within said county;
or it served on you within any other county
in tliis State, then within twenty days from
the time of ttie service; or if served on you
out of ttie State of Oregon, or by publication
of summons, then by tiie first day of the
next regular term of said Court, lo-wit: the
10th day of November, 1879.
And you are notified that, if you fail to an
swer said complaint as above required, ttie
Plaintiff will apply to the Court for tiie re
lief demanded therein, to-wit; Fora decree
for the dissolution of the marriage contract
heretofore existing lietween yon and
said Plaintiff, and for the care and custody
ot the children of said marriage, and the
costs and disbursements of this suit to be
Published in the D emocratic T imes by I
order of Hon. IL K. Hanna, Judge of said
Court, made Sept. 24, 1879.
<’. VV. KAHLER,
Attorney for Plaintifi.
HUNTERS' EMPORIUM !
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
t LWAYS ON H AND THE RENT STOCK
of Patent and Home-made Rifles and
Shot Guns, single and double; Revolvers of
the latest patents; Pocket Pistols, neat, small
and powerful; Derringers, the latest ami
best; also the best Powder and Powder
Flasks; Hunting and Pocket Knives of the
best brands; all sorts of Shot and Pouches;
Caps, Wadsand everything iu the Sports
He will also keep a full line of SHELF
HARDWARE, Nails, and Ropeofall kinds
and sizes, Carpenters’ and Wagon-makers’
Tools, a complete assortment of Table and
Pocket Cutlery, together with a full snppiy
of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc.
1 he above good* are all ot the best quali
ty and will be sold
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
New guns made to order, ami repairing
promptly done and in good style. All or
ders tilled with dispatch.
J >HN MILLER.
For Diseases of the
Glenn’s Peace in the Family.
AVING TAKEN THE AGENCY OF
ibis valuable medicine, 1 am now pre
to furnish it in quantities to suit
the following prices; Trial size bottles, 25
cents; large size holding eight ot the small),
St. or three small for 5<»cts. A trial forthis
speciti • is all that is asked. Address all or
M. JACOBS, Ashland, Or.
Independent Series of School
ALL FOR CASH!!
TO MAKE ROOM FOR MY FALL AND
1 N ORDER
sell for the next SIXTY DAYS my entire line of
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
WINTER STOCK I Wild
FANCY GOODS, LADIES KID GLOVES, HATS,
Spring and Summer Dry-Goods.
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS, CASHMERES
AND DIAGONALS, SILKS AND
SAT1 NS, B( MITS & SHOES, ->
LADIES' CALIFORNIA-MADE CLOAKS
IVE CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
H ladies to the tact that we have now on
hand the largest and best selected assort
ment ot LADIES’ DRESS GOODS and FAN
AtPriecK tliiit will 1 >oiy € 'onipji pisón CY
GOODS of every description in Southern
Oregon, and we will henceforth make this
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED TO CASH PURCHAS- line of goods our specialty and sell them at
i 1 era during this great sale at
CLOTHING, Etc., Etc.,
Jacksonville, August 8, 1879.
PRO BONO PUBLICO !
THE NEW YORK STORE AHEAD ! !
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
To the gentlemen we will say, if vo«
want a No. 1 Si IT OF CLOTHES you must
goto Reames Bros, to buv it, as weclainr to
.have the best STOCK (>F Ci.OTHING in
Jackson county and will allow noonetonn-
i derseli us.
Tties« goods were all purchased by a mem-
ber of our firm from FIRST-CLASS HOUS
ES in Nan Francisco and New York, and we
will warrant every article and sell them
i cheaper tor cash than any house in county.
We also keep on hand a full stock of
GltEAT CITASI! 1 X VltTCES!
31 cnsor's < 'iii’i’oii t lisitox
GROCERIES, TOBACCO, <fcc
San Francisco refined sugar, 7 tt>s for.................................................
Extra Costa Rica coffee, by quantity, 22cts. per tb and I tt>s for..
Rope ot all sizes per pound for.............................................................
Liverpool salt per tb for......................................................................... .
Extra dioico tea por If» for.....................................................................
'i'obacco per tb for.....................................................................................
Candles per box........................................................................................
The reputation it has attained, in consequence of
the marvellous cures it has produced during the
lu.-t halt century, is a sufficient assurance to ttic
public that it will continue to realize the happiest
results that can be desired.
In almost every
section of country there are persons, publicly
known,who have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs, by its use.
AH who have tried it,acknowledge its superiority;
and where its virtues are known, no one hesitates
as to what medicine to employ to relieve ttie dis
tress and suffering peculiar to pulmonary affec
tions. C hekky P ectoral always affords in-
slant relief, and performs rapid cures of tbe
milder varieties of bronchia) disorder, as well as
the more formidable diseases of the lungs.
As a safeguard to children, amid the distress
ing diseases which beset the Throat and Chest of
Childhood, it is invaluable; for, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued and restored to health.
This medicine gains friends at every trial, as
tiie cures it is constantly producing are too re
markable to be forgotten. No family should bo
without it, and those
who have once used it
Eminent Physicians throughout the country
prescribe it, and Clergymen often recommend it
flout their knowledge of its effects.
PARENTS AND TEACHERS ARE NO-
I titied that I am prepared to furnish
Dr. J, C. AYER 4 CO,, Lowell, Mass.,
the new series of Readers and S|>ellers in ex-
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
chamje for old of the same grade ot the Pa
ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
cific series—or for introduction. A small
sum will be charged on each book ex
changed or sold.
Orders from teachers are not required.
VOR MINING BLANKS GO THE TIMES
WM. HOFFMAN, Agent.
L O ffice . Copp’s Hand-book of Mining
Law always kept on hand. Price $1 a copy
Jacksonville, Sept. 15, 1879.
In fact everything from the finest needle
to a threshing-machine. Give us avail and
judge for yourselves as to our capacity of
furnishing goods as above.
Tiie way to make money is to save it. To
save it buy cheap. To buy cheap pay CASH
for your goods and buy of
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, etc.
Prints, 15 yds for....................................................................
. 9 and upward
Muslin per yd..........................................................................
Men’s hats, each.................... ................................ ...............
Men’s boots 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 inr niton. Call and examine as it costs noth
ing to satisfy yourself.
IJM IS ICIÍ’
GREAT SAUGHTER of PRICES
Farm and Freight W agona.
Plows, Gang Plows & Sulky Plows.
A NEW ARRANGEMENT!
11A R1 »W A RE, CUTLERY, GLASSWA5¿^-**"*^
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS,
such as Coughs, Colds,
A VALUABLE PANACEA!
Any One Store in Southern
Oregon or Northern
UMIE CHOICEST KINDS FURNISHED
I at San Francisco rates. Orders from
abroad promptly filled. Give us a trial.
We guarantee satisfaction.
SCHELD BROS., Yreka, Cal.
TO SELECT FROM IN
TO rril 1<2 1*15111^10:
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE,
E. R. REAMES.
T. G. REAMES.
NEW THIS WEEK.
E. JACOBS’ STORE
BRECKENFELD ' S !
riMIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
I lire in announcing to the public that hu
has just received a complete and first-class
assortment of Gent’s Furnishing Goods,
sin h as Hats, Shirts. U nd. rw ear, etc.; best
brands of Cigars and Tobacco; Pipes, No
tions, Fancy Goods, (¡lassware, Crockery,
Musical Instruments, Bird (’ages, Station
ery, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Alimins,
Toys, Candies, Nuts, etc., which will lie sold
at theeiieapest rates. Give me a call and
see for yourselves.
PLANED LUMBER OF ALL K1N I iS
I can be had in quantities to suit 1 >v writ-
ing to the undersigned, at J. 1’. Parker
Oregon St., Jacksonville.
steam saw mill on Big Butte creek, , Floor-
ing, Rustic, (’oiling and Mouldingscan be
had in any quantity. We can plane luin-
r jIERE A COMPLETE AN 1» M AGNIF-
her 24 inches wide—in fact all kinds ot lum
» ¡cent assortment ot new goods lias
ber necessary to build houses- all of which just been received, consisting in part of
can be got ready for use at the mill. Par
ties who intend building can save hauling I
All Kinds of Groceries,
more lumber than they m ed. Bills, plans
and estimates can be had either at the mill
FOURTH STREET, JACKSONVILLE,
on Big Butte or at their shop in Jackson
jiTAll orders will receive prompt atten
SMITH A- WAIsMAN.
aving taken charge of the
shop formerly occupied by Dan. Crone
miller, situated north of Cardwell's Livery
NEW STATE HOTEL,
I Stable, I am now prepared to do
BOOTS A SHOES.
C. W. SAVAGE,
in the best manner and on short notice.
HA I S AND CAI’S,
My terms are reasonable. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Give me a trial.
TOBACCOS Â CIGARS,
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
rp HE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
1 lire iti announcing that lit* has titled up
HARDWARE & TINWARE,
Jacksonville, Feb. 1«, 1878.
and thoroughly renovated the New State
building tor hotel purposes ami that the
house is now open for the reception of
PAINTS & GLASS.
Will be constantly supplied with the best
the market affords. Mealscan Ire obtained
Children's Carriages. Velocipedes and FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENT
at al) hours.
The beds are new and kept clean and no
pains will be spared to give the utmost sat
isfaction in every particular.
In fact everything to Be found in a first A1ERCHANTS OF JACKSONVILLE
class stock of General Merchandise, which 1'1 and vicinity shinping gooda via Rose-
bu:g will find it to their advantage to ship
FARM FOR SALE
will be sold al prices
through tliis house. Ample warehouse
room, safe and careful storage, and business
rpiIE FARM KNOWN AS TIIE JOHN
That Defy Competition.
promptly attended to.
L. Murphy place, lying in the vicinity
References; S. Marks A Co., J. C. Floed, »
of Bear creek,eight miles from Jacksonville
The highest price allowed tor country pro G. Haynes, Roseburg.
and adjoining Major Glenn’s land, is offered duce.
for sale cheap. It contains 160 acres of tho
y<..Give mon call at my establishment in Charges on Freight..................... $1.50 per ton
beat bottom land and is well supplied in Masonic Building and be convinced that
“ Salt per ear load
1.00 “ “
with living water. For further particulars there is no humbug about this.
Mark your goods: Care of H. L. M,
enquire at tins office.
Beautiful Ladies' Hats & Flowers,
H. L. MURTON,