The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, October 03, 1879, Image 2

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<;ooil Kiddanrc of Bail Rubbisb.
Tlio Republican press, al wava so
loud in denunciation of Tammany
Hall, has found much that is noble in
that organization since it Lolled the
regular Democratic nominee for Gov-
ornor of New York. Tho Democracy
must be congratulated upon getting
rid of that which has always been a
stench in its nostrils. Tammany has
become an ally of the Republican party
and the latter is welcome to the accea-'
sion.
i T.
FIRST YFAH
G. REAMES.
PIONEER HARDWARE STORE.
E. R. REAMES.
REAMES BROS.,
A furor wag unnecessarily occa­
initial Paper for Jirk\oa, Joséphine & Lake. sioned, we think, by tho announce­
CALIFORNIA ST.,
ment that deeds given by School Su­
»RER 3, 1879
FRIDAY,
____ _
.
. -
MRS. J. BILGER.
perintendents to State lands under a
JACKSONVILLE. OREGON,
GEN. C urse says that Mr. Tildeu in law that had been stricken from our
statutes were void and that a new
AHEAD AS USUAL!! ¡(AT THE OLD STAND OF J. BILGER)
making no efforts looking to the Pres
CONDUCTED BY
deed would bo required. It is an evi­
identlal nomination. “Mr. Tillen,”
dent proposition, and one of simple
BY A DO I IT NG A
Baid the General, “is confident that he
justice, that if the deeds were given
California St., Jacksonville,
will be renominated, but he feels that
under provisions of a l.iw in force at
CASH
the nomination ought to and will
any time they stood good under usual
como to him.”
circumstances, unless tho State desired
DEALER IX
rilHE
MUSICAL
COURSE
OF
THIS
INSTITUTE
WILL
OPEN
ON
THE
FIRST
OF
S enator S later and Representa to practice an unblushing fraud, and
1 September and is divided in four quarters, each comprising twenty-four lessons.
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
live Whiteaker are visiting different even then ; and, if any corrections are
SCALE OF PRICES •
portions of the Stalo toward ascertain­ necessary, it is the duty of the proper INFORMATION forth, PEOPLE.
i TIN, SHEET-IRON AND COPPER WARE
IN PRICES
$15 00
Piano,
per
term
.............................................................................................................
ing their respectivo wants. Perhaps officers to make them, as is required
. 15 on
Singing, per term..........................................................................................................
. 24 00
this section is not considered a part of of individuals, and at tho expense of ; I HAVE RECEIVED ANOTHER LARGE | Violin, “ “ ...........................................................................................................
. 24 (X) Ever Known in a Regular Business,
L Cithern, “ “ ...........................................................................................................
;
1
consignment
of
the
celebrated
Singer
STOVES,
- - Machines,
- .
...
Oregon, as there ia no probability of tho State, which, through its legal : Sewing
.. 30 oo
which are for sale on the j Instructions in Composing and Thorough Bass.................................................
.
24
00
i
Calling
at
private
residences,
per
term
of
24
lessons
.......................................
these geudeincn visiting us on a agents, is strictly accountable for such , usual Tilwral term’s andHit the regular prices i
-AND THE—
established by the company. Therefore
I'NE OF IN.STRI WENT 81 ADDITIONAL A MONTH.
similar mission. But, then, the 400 errors. We have heard so much of i waste no tiniei money and patience on in­
Agricultural Implements,
Democratic maj irity the district gives Democratic extrivagance in tho pay­ ferior machines when you can purchase a Pupils are received at any period, and special attention is paid to those who have but
genuine Singer at the same figures. In limited time.
is iievertlM 1 s-t very acceptable and ment of extra clerk hire, etc., that the • I buying a Singer .you get a machine of ac­ For further particulars apply at the Musical Institute.
knowledged merit and established reputa­
anxiously looked fur at each recurring mod tin ope rand i of our Republican of tion.
PUMPS AND PIPE,
ami are certain of having value receiv­
—OF—
fieiuls was awaited with interest. The ed tor your money, as every machinéis war-1-
election.
ranted by the company.
I
T he managers of the Slate Fair circular from the Board of School The Singer Company now sell three-quar­
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!!
Laud Commissioners iu the matter ters of all the machines sold in the world, ¡
have failed in their negotiations to ox
the capacity of their works at Elizabeth,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Varnishes
Jersey, enabling them to turn out over
bibit General Grant on that event. mentioned will throw sufficient light a New
—TUK-
thousand" machines» day, ami they have ¡
He will arrive about the 14th, as the upon the subject to elucidate that it is 4,500 offices for the sale of these justly cele |
bra ted sew ing machines, which have taken
ROPE, TWINE,
citizens of California have not as yet proposed to make the “dear peeps” the
GREATEST VARIETY
pay
directly,
and
dearly,
too,
for
serv
tired of feting him and showing their
FIRST PRIZE
ices of this nature. This may be con­
TO SELECT FROM IN
smaller qualities. Tho people of Ore­
sidered onerous and oftentimes im­ Over all competitors moro than two bun
THE BEST W0STENH0LM CUTLEBY
gon will have enough time in which
times.
proper; however, it will enable the of­ dretl
After the Chicago lire the Relief Commit-1
Any One Store in Southern
to ape the Californians, though it
AT TIIK STORE OF
tee undertook to furnish sewing machines '
ficers
to
prepare
such
a
favorable
state-
must be a financial disappointment to I .
Oregon or Northern
to the needy women of that city, and appli­
POWDER AND FUSE,
meat
for
the
edification
of their con­ cants were permitted to choose from six dif­
the State Agricultural Society that all
kinds of machines. 2,944 applicants,
California.
stituents and so beautifully illustrate ferent
were furnished with machines, ot which
will be sorry for.
the advantages of Republican rule. number 2,427 chose Singer machines and
’>17 distributed their choice among the five i
A General Assortment of SHELF HARDWARE
T he remit of the Maine election is But, then, are they not as anxious to . other
kinds of machines. They were to i
uot calculated to forewarn the people find occasion to obtain fees from the earn their living on theso machines, and
took the Singer, because
of a Republican groundswell. Blaine’s peoplo themselves as former adminis­
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
r<> '■rm<2 l’lBI.IC:
ETC., ETC
candidate for Governor licks about trations are said to havo been with the
IT IS THE BEST
4,000 votes of a majority, something State? “’Tis wondrous strange such The people bought Singer machines as fol-
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR MY FALL AND WINTER STOCK I WILL Spring and Summer Dry-Goods.
that does not nogur well for his Pres­ difference there should be ’twixt lows:
A
sell for the next SIXTY DAYS my entire line of
4 FIRST-CLASS MECHANIC WILL
A attend to Job-work with neatnew and
idential a-piratlons; nor does it make tweedledum and twoedledee.”
1870............... .............. 127,833 Singer Machine !S.
FANCY GOODS
dispatch.
Tho editor of tho Roseburg Star has 1871............... .............. 181,2'»O
the certainty of M line’s electoral vote
I will also keep constantly on hand a
1872............... .............. 219,758
large
stock of
for the Republican candidate in 1880 had an interview with a legal firm 1873
LADIES
’
DRESS
GOODS,
CASHMERES
...........232,114
AND
DIAGONALS,
SILKS
AND
absolute by any means. When Hol­ and finds it is their opinion that there 1874............... .............. 241,(579
I
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO.
1H75............... .............. 249,852
SATINS, BOOTS * SHOES,
I
is
no
need
of
any
new
deeds,
but
that,
land crawfishes on the Dutch the piov-
.............
2(52,3
lf>
187(»...............
CLOTHING, ETC.,
Particular attention paid to Farmers’
. .282.812
if anybody wants one, they will pro­ 1877.............
Inces are not altogether safe.
wants and the supplying of extras for Farm
Machinery, and all information as to such
cure it for from $2 50 to $5.00. 1 1878............... ................35(5,432
articles
furnished cheerfully, on application.
LADIES
’
CALIFORNIA-MADE
CLOAKS
M r . H ayes is now swinging around This includes tho payment of the I
D. II. FEATHERS.
No pains will be spared to furnish our
I
FANCY
GOODS,
LADIES
KID
GLOVES,
HATS,
the circle and filling his appointments County Clerk’s fees, and is tho usual Agent for Jackson and Josephine Counties.
customers with the best goods in the mar­
Headquarters, Jacksonville, Or.
ket, in our line, and at lowest prices.
with agricultural fairs, accompa­ price for the writing required, Not
It’E CALL TIIE ATTENTION OF THE
Agemv of the PACT FIC RUBBER PAINT
CLOTHING,
Etc..
Etc.,
11
ladies to the fact that we have now on —tlio best in the world.
nied by Secretary Sherman. This little one cent of this amount goes to
the HUNTERS’ EMPORIUM !
hand the largest ami best selected assort­
Our motto shall be prompt and fair deal­
menagerie attracts some attention, as State Land Board. We presume that I
ment of LADIES’ DRESS GOODS ami FAN­ ing with all. Call and examine our stock
ANO-
At 1 > fí <» ck Ilint will 1 ><‘1V C?ompnvicoli CY Got »DS of every description in Southern before going elsew here. Satisfaction guar­
many are anxious to sec His Fraud a* any lawyer can get the deed- now,
Oregon, ami wo will henceforth make this anteed.
MRS. J. BILGER.
lency and the man he is trying to make and that no more money for this pur­ HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORF, EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS WILT. BE OFFERED TO CASH PVRCHAS- line of goods our specialty and sell them at
President. But the Grant show casts pose will find its way to Salem. The
ers during this great sale at
Cheaper than the Cheapest. *•
it into insignificance, for wo do not pressure brought to bear has compelled
Jacksonville, August 8, 187!).
N. FISHER.
To the gentlemen we will say, it you
want a No. 1 st IT < »F CLOTH ES you must
find as many toadies there to do them tho Board to make this concession und
goto Retimes Bros, to buy it, as weclairn to
homage, something that U. 8. G. is deeds can be had for a mere nominal
have the best STOCK ill-' CLOTHING io
sum. Wo trust that the Board will
Jackson-jounty ami will allow noone to un­ Odd Fellow»' Building Jaekionvilk. Oregon,
himself doubtless fully aware of.
dersell Ils.
make still further concessions and do
These goods were all purchased by a mem­
T he New Y»»r< Herald speaks of ihat which is right, and send deeds
ber of our firm from FIRST-CLASS HOUS­
ES in San Francisco and New York, and we
DEALER & WORKER IN
Justice Field of California as the “dark for nothing, if they are needed, and if
will warrant ovary article ami sell them
they aro not, refuse to grant now ones. California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
horse” in the Democratic par y for the
cheaper tor cash than an v house in county.
W e also keep on band a full stock of
—
■
iillcn
from
(irnce.
Presidential nomination. But the un­
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< LWAYS ON HAND THE BEST STOCK
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, oU
called-for and unjust attack on tho fair
When Mr. Ilayes removed tho j
of Patent ami Home-made Rifles and
GROCERIES,
Dame of Samuel J. Tilden by Cy troops from the South, in spite of the shot Guns, single and double; Revolvers of
11A R D W A R E, < ' U T L E R Y, G L ASS W A R E,
the latest patents; Pocket Pistols, neat, small
tub W. Field, the Judge’s broth­ vigorous protests of the stalwarts, and powerful; Derringers, the latest and
Pumps,
also the best Powder and Powder
CROCKERY,
er, with the evident intention of in­ many w'ere inclined to believe that he 'best;
Flasks; Hunting and Pocket Knives of the
juring that gentleman in tho eyes of would persist in the good work he had best brands; all sorts of Shot ami Pouches;
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS,
¡Caps, Wads and everything in the Sports­
the Democracy and the country, will laid out and thus inaugurated. But man's line.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Farm and Freight Wagons,
not redound to his benefit. Such tac­ he was not long in falling into the He will also keep a full line of SHELF
■ HARDWARE, Nails, and Rope of all kinds
Plows, Gang Plows & Sulky Plows.
tics can have no weight with the Dem­ toils of the “machine” and wo now ' and sizes, Carpenters’ ami Wagon-makers’
i
Tools,
a
complete
assortment
of
Table
ami
ocratic National Convention.
Tn fact everything from the finest needle
And bow very hypocritical his profess­ Pocket Cutlery, together with a full supply Read 35. 31 oiisot*** Current 1 * fltC'SS
NAILS,
to a threshing-machine. Give us a call and
I of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc.
ions
are.
His
vacillating
nature
could
judge for yourselves as to our capacity of
T he Wood hull must lie looming up In
above goods are all of the best quali-
furnishing goods as above.
not withstand theseluetive overtures ' ty The
and will be sold
England, for now comes the American
Tho way to make money is to save it. To A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
GROCERIES,
TOBACCO,
&c.
i CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
save it buy cheap. To buy cheap pay CASH
J
Traveler, a journal published at Lon­ of the coterie of unscrupulous mana­ New guns made to order, and repairing San Francisco refined sugar, 7 It>s for__
• for your goods and buy of
$1.00
gers that rule the destinies of the Re­ promptly done and in good style. All or­
REAM EH BROS.
don, with a life-size picture of the
■ Extra Costa Rica coffee, by quantity, 22cts. per tt> and 4 tbs lor..
1.00
publican
party
and
he
has
fallen
into
ders tilled with dispatch.
Rope
oi
all
sizes
per pound for...... ......................................................
.1(1
irrepressible Victoria C., announcing
JOHN MILLER. ' Liverpool salt per tt> for.........................................................................
HARDWARE, TINWARE,
. 3M
their power, to be used as clay in the
! Extra cimice tea per lb for.....................................................................
her as a candidate for the Presidency
.30 and upward
LATEST
ARRIVALS
Tobacco per lb for....................................................................................
potter’s hands. Mr. Hayes’ glaring
.62 *, “
of the United States. Knowing that
Candles per box.....................................................
...H...
$3.50
UNION
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
inconsistency could not be made more
the Pacific Coast has always been neg­
—OF—
conspicuous than by referring to his
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, etc.
lected in the distribution of Presiden­
civil service pretensions, those that LIVERY AND SALE STABLE,
Fuse and Caps,
tial candidates, we boldly assert our
Prints, 15 yds for.................................................................................................... $1.00
XEW
GOOT>S!t
M nslin per yd.................................................................. .. ...........
........
. 9 and upward
claim to the second position and nom­ have made Roscoe Sprague Conkling
Men’s hats, each................... .................................................................................. 1.00 “
so suspicious of him. In pro »f of this
Cor.
California
and
4th
Sts.
inate the lion. Abigail Scott Daniway
Men’s boots per pair..............................................................................
3.50 “
—AT—
Wooden and AVillow AV arg
we quote from him ami the Associated
Shoes
“
.75 “
of Oregon for the Vice Presidency on
Slippers
“
.63
“
the same ticket. Wo have been over­ Press dispatches, those garbled, preju
Cotten flannel shirts and drawers, each
.(« “
diced
missives
of
Ridicalism:
1HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE- Men's cloth suits worth $15.00 for..........
9.00
looked long enough and mean to strike
JACKSONVILLE
MUSICAL CONSERVATORY
THEO. KUGLER.
IMPORTANT
i
LARGEST STOCK!
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
FOR SIXTY DAYS!
Important Reduction in Prices
NEWMAN FISHER.
ALL FOR CASH!!
I
4 4
I
4 <
4 4
4 4
I <
4 4
< I
4
4
I
DRESS GOODS,
4 4
< 4
4 4
K. KUBLI,
PRO EONO PUBLICO !
THE NEW YORK STORE AHEAD ! !
44
4 4
<4
A4
li
44
ll
ll
out boldly for ourselves.
E xecutive M ansion , June 27, 1879.
Noolfieer shotihi be requirud or permit­
ted to take part in the management of po­
litical organizations, caucuses, conventions
or election campaigns.
»
♦
*
•
This truly is applicable to every depart­
ment of tho civil service.
R. B. H ates .
C olumbus (O.), Aug. 8, 1879.
The Republican State Central CommittOO
to-night decided to open tlio campaign Au­
gust 2»>th. Secretary Schurz will speak at
Cincinnati August 2»'th,at Columbus Au­
gust 21st, and at Toledo August 22d. Sec­
retary Sherman will speak at Steubenville.
And Mr. Hayes himself has Deen
spectfully inform their friends and the Men’s cloth pants worth $6.00 for..........
1 public
generally that they have purchased And various other art.iclcs too numerous to mention.
3.50
Call and examine as it costs noth-
MORRIS MENSOR
the above establishment, which will be ing to satisfy yourself.
iieneetorth coiiducied under their constant
personal supervision, and they guarantee
satisfaet on to all who may favor them with
UM E 5 12 ■ fil
their patronage.
These stables are centrally located, and
within convenient distance of tlm various
houses of public entertainment. Horses
—AT—
and mules will be boarded and eared for at A NEW ARRANGEMENT!
moderate charges. They have one of the
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south of
Portland, of
IJLANED LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
1 can be had in quantities to suit by writ­
ing to the undersigned, at J. P. Parker’s
Oregon St., Jacksonville.
With single or double teams, for hire on rea­ steam saw mill on Big Butte creek. Floor­
making speeches in Ohio.
sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses ing, Rustic, Ceiling ami Mouldingscan be
[and Mules, which will be hired to go to any had in any quantity. We can plane lum­
A COMPLETE AND MAGNI F-
A Roller Conies to Grief.
ber 24 inches wide—in fact all kinds of lum­ IVIIERE
part of the country at moderate rates.
YY
¡cent
assortment of new goods has
Animals bought and sold, and broke to 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
The result of the California election saddle or harness.
ties who intend building can save hauling I
.1. A. CARDWELL.
has left the great politician, Geo. C.
All Kinds of Groceries,
more lumber than they m ed. Bills, plans
and estimates can be had either at the mill i
Gorham, a political wanderer, a thous­
on Big Butte or at their shop in Jackson­ CARPETS,
and miles from nowhere. The Demo­
ville, (iregon.
^-iJ’All orders will receive prompt atten­ CLOTHING,
crats won t receive him, the Honorable:
TO OFT
tion.
SMITH A WAISMAN.
DRY-GOODS,
BRECKENFELD ’ S !
—
rilHE I’NDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
I ure in announcing to the public that he
has just weived a complete and tirst-elass
assortment of Gent’s Furnishing Goods,
! such as Hats, Shirts. Underw« ar. etc.; lies!
[brands of Cigars and Tobacco; Pipes, No­
tions, Fancy (foods, (flassware, Crockery,'
I Musicali/Instruments, Bird Cages, Station-
lerv, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Albums,
Tovs, Camlies, Nuts, etc., which w ill be sold
at the cheapest rates. Give me a call and
see for yourselves.
F. BRECKENFELD.
ROl’E, NAILS,
G rant is siluut on the Presidential
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS
question, except to say that he is not a
GREAT
SLAUGHTER
of
PRICES
candidate. It must be remembered
that he ha9 never professed to bo a
CUTLERY, WIRE,
candidate for a nomination. Before
he was nominated tho first time he
declared he was not a candidate, and
hot, Brushes, Chains and Hose,
pursued the same course before he was
He
nominated the second time,
ETC. ETC.
simply means he is not rnakiug any
effort to securea uumiuation ; but it is
pretty certain that, if nominated, he
BLACKSMITH,
I have secured the services of a First-claw
will accept And, should lightning
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair­
strike him after his nomination by
FOURTH STREET. JACKSONVILLE.
ing promptly and iu superior style.
the Republicans, then whit? Tho syc­
ophants who now fawn upon him
AVING TAKEN CHARGE OF TIIE
will have ample opportunity to tire of
shop formerly occupied by Dan. (’rone-
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE.
I
’
ilks
are
dead
and
buried
and
he
hss
miller,
situated north of Cardwell’s Livery
him long before ho would again be will
i
Stable,
1
am
now
prepared
to
do
FANCY
GOODS,
incurred the everlasting displeasure of
NEW STATE HOTEL.
Ing to relinquish his hold.
BOO L’S & SHOES,
the Republican-Railroad machine by
I>ON'E IN —
UA LI FORNIA STRUCT,
j
Groceries,
F ree T rade , that cardinal tenet of bulling the nomination and opposing
SCHOOL BOOKS,
in
the
best
manner
and
on
short
notice.
C. W. SAVAGE,
Pi oprici or.
My terms are reasonable. Satisfaction guar­ DRY GOODS, Gum Beots, TOBACCO,
Democracy, is fast becoming popular* the election of Geo. C. Perkins. Even
THE BEST STYLE
HATS AND CAPS,
anteed. Give me a trial.
ized by leading Republican oratorsand Denis Kearney is not willing to en­
j-cr Horse-shoeing a specialty.
Ready-Made Clotkiag,
TOBACCOS & CIGARS,
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
AND AT —
MATT. SHANNON.
journals. The Sacramento Record- courage his presence. Mr. Gorham
1 ure in announcing that he has fitted up
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1878.
HARDWARE & TINWARE,
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc, Etc.
and thoroughly renovated the New State
Union, whose devotion to the Repub­ has always been the leading Republi­
THE LOWEST RATES. building tor hotel purposes and that the
lican party ia not to be questioned, can manager of California, but never
house is now open for tho reception of
c iTTî.y*' Pr' !!’inF sold at reasonable rates.
Beautiful Ladies’ Hats S Flowers,
guests.
—IS AT—
speaks out in unmistakable tones fails to get on the losing side, llis is [
<memea call.
K vrnii
THE TABLE
Jacksonville,
Feb.
16,
1875.
against Protection when it s»ys that a less'n that lioltere will do well to DAV. CRONEMILLER’S. Will be constant ly supplied with tho best
PAINTS &, GLASS.
the market affords. Meals can be obtained
forwarding a commission agent
ponder
on.
Slick
to
the
ticket
in
ev
­
“Our for» fathers enrou ntrred the
at all hours.
Children’s Carriages, Velocipedes and
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
The beds are new ami kept clean and no
power of England for v< ry little more ery iii-t.'ince and all will be well in the
NOTICE!!
Wagons,
pains w ill be spared to givetho utmost sat­
<
n
l
is
a
saying
the
accuracy
of
which
Roseburg,
Oregon.
provocati m” Ilian is occasioned by
isfaction in every particular.
\ lG0 AC.rE !;4Nn WARRANT IS
FRENCH CANDIES. Etc.
¿i-sJ' Charges reasonable.
¡»prior
this baneful policy that has become none can g iinsay.
J v 1!Fir otr<*red for wale bv B W H ixm -
(’. W. SAVAGE.
Y I ERC’II A NTS OF JACKSONVILLE
In fact everything to bn found in a tjr«t- Al and vicinity shipping goods’via Rose- tate Ap,l”itni8ttrHU?r of l^vidHuston’s es-
I
thoroughly identified with the present
Great lires.
MANUFACTURED DAILY BY
i class stock of General Merchandise, w hich Inn g will find it to their advantage to ship . e. 1 or particulars apply at the Clerk’s
administration of our g ivernmental af­
offleo-
B-W. HUSTON,
i will be sold at prices
FARM FOR SALE
through this house. Ample warehouse
The season for disastrous conflagra­ The Siskiyou Candy Factory
Administrator.
fairs. It is evident that the tariff
room, safe and caretui storage, and business
Jacksonville, Aug. 22, I, 1879.
i rpHE FARM KNOWN AS THE JOHN
tions is at hand again, Deadwood,
That
Defy
Competition.
promptly attended to.
ybi : ka , cal .
question will he more prominent than
1 L. Murphy place, lying in the vicinity
References; s. Marks dt Co., J. C. Floed,
situated In the Black Hills country >
The highest price allowed tor country pro­ 1 G. Haynes, Roseburg.
of Bear creek,eight miles from Jacksonville
ever In the next Presidential cam­
Fæ’ms for Sale
commences with a $3,000,000 Are. rpHE CHOICEST KINDS FURNISHED and adjoining Major Glenn’s land, is offered duce.
Charges on Freight..................... 81.50 per ton
paign. The position of the Democratic
x i,.Give me a call at m v establishment in
for sale cheap. It contains I go acres of the
1
at
San
Francisco
rates.
Orders
from
“
“ Salt per ear load
1.00 “ “
rise city Is being rapidly rebuilt,
Persons desiring to purchase good farms
bottom land and is well supplied in Masonic Building and be convinced that
party will also he found in consonance though the insurance was light as abroad promptly tilled. Give us a trial. host
Mark
your
goods:
Care
of
II. L. M. of any size''V'R do well to enquire of
there
is
no
humbug
about
this.
with
living
water.
For
further
particulars
We guarantee satisfaction.
Roseburg
E. JACOBS.
I
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon,
enquire at tins oilice.
With the best interests of tho people. compared with the loss.
SCHULD BROS., Yreka. Cal.
E. JACOBS’ STORE
STATT. SHANNON,
THE PLACE
H
H. L. MURTON,