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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1880)
MIX I ON'S KI I’UKI.
HODGE, DAVIS & CO.,
Advancing years, care, sickne.,3, disappoint
W'e have been kindly furnished the follow ment an 1 hereilit irv predisposition—all oper
An excitement has been caused by
Iffìcial Paper for Jackson, Josepliiur & Lake. the ci(»very of gold in large quanti ingreport of the interments in the Jacksonville . ate to turn the hair gray, and either of them Consolidation of HODGE, SNELL A co
aud T. A. DAVIS A CO.,
Cemetery for 1879 by 11. S. Dunlap, City Sex inclines it to shed prematurely. A yer ' s H ah :
ties in 4 h «t is known se the Skagit
\ IGOR will restore taded or „rav, light ami red
JANUARY 9, 1880.
hair to a rich I »•own or k • » black, as may be
¡nine-, in the northern country, and
January 11th—Evi Sebring; killed in ¡ui af ilesireii.
It .sott ns and cleanses the scalp, WIIOL E S A L E I1R UGG I S T S,
“No solid South, no .-«»lid North, but therrf is a great rush tniiher. M. Col- fray. Aged 49 years. Buried in Town Cem giving it a health',’ action, ami removes ami
cures »Liinl. ufl';md uuim»rs. By its use falling
having written toi
a solid Union,” is the Democratic bat vig, of flock Point, hiving
Jan. 13th—Lulu Justus; inflammation of bow hair is checked, and a new growth will he pro-
S2 & 91 FRONT STREET
Hon. Or mge J «.‘(»t»s, M»»y«»r of Seattle, els. Aged 1 year, 9 mouths aud 2 days. Iu <iuce<l in all cases w here the follicle* are not
tle-ci y for 1880.
destroy’d or gland-decayed. Its elicits are
concerning them, has been favored Town
C O N DUC TI: I ) IJ Y
Jan. 31st—U. S. Hayden; pleuropneumonia. l»e I'ititiilly shown on hi isliv, weak, or sickly PORTI.AND, OREG( >N.
A nybody wu >* wants a piece of pie with some inf urination that tuny prove j Aged
70 years. Masonic Cemetery.
hair, to which a few applications will produce
out of which Gen. Gran» has taken one valuable to others, and we have kindly i Feb. 23d Samuel Briggs; paralysis. Aged the gloss and freshness of youth. Harmless
I anl sura in its operation, it is incomparable as
bite can have that souvenir by send J be« n permitted to publish extracts | 43 years. Town Cemetery.
rE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
.March 15th —C. H. Pickens; debility. Aged a dressing, and is especially valued for the sot'
a complete stock of
ing $75 to the hem! waiter at the
ami richness of tone it imparts. It con
t frmn the letter. Mr. Jacob,, writing 77 years, 4 months, 7 days. Town Cemetery. ! lustre and
tains neither oil nor dye, ami will n>»t soil or
Palace Hotel, Sin Francisco.
under date of December 28th, siys :
I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
color white i-uubric; yet it lasts long Oil the
April 14th—J. E. McAndrew; diphtheria.' !n»’r, an.I keeps it fresh and vigorous. For
T he Democratic Stale Central Com i
Aged 9 years, 5 months, 19 days. Catholic -ale by all dealers.
rpiIE MUSICAL COURSEOF THIS INSTITUTE WILL OPEN ON THE FIRST OF
m it tee met at Silem yesterday, but tro«n this place—one hundred an«! ('emeterv.
I Septemb. r and m divided in four quarters, ea. li «‘omprislng twenty-fou/leason«.
seventy by rteamor anil thirty by tr»il.
Sir Ast ley < o<>pel 's
April23 1 -Jos. J. Phipps; heart disease. A_e<l
we have not been advised of its pre- »
SCALE OF PRICES •
Fiom all information I beli'A'e Ruby i 11 years, 4 months, 3 days. Town Cemetery. VITAL RESTORATIVE—The Great En
May 13th—------Harrington; debility. Aged glish Remedy, has made more cures of Ner
ceudings as yet.
Tae Republican Creek to be another Althon-e. Every
Piano, per term.......................................................................
65 years. To*u Cemetery.
vous Debility, Spermatorrhoea, Seminal
<Jrgan, per form.....................................................................
om in ¡me meets on February 17lh.
body who ha* been there gives glow
May 20th W. 1». Moller; killed accidental VVeakimss, Lost M mh«>ml, n<»eturnal emis (i! ASS IFA PF, W/SDO IF (i/.ASS, Singing, per term..................................................................... ’
... 24 (Ki
ing accounts of their richrj«»s* and ex ly. Aged 36 years. 1. <). (». F. Cemetery.
... 24 00
sions, inability for menial labor,desponden
“A bility , integrity am! worth will tent. \\’<» ncnt up an expert from this
... 24 00
May 24th—Etta L. Clay; surgical operation. cy ami other di-oa-es imiuced t»y youth-
PAITTT3. OILS AMD
... 24 no
ini follies and excesses, than ail other med
Instructions in Composing ami Thorough Bass..........
be qualities the Democratic National place—I say we, myself and one other Aged 6 months, 6 days. Town Cemetery.
... 24 oo
Why will von sutler?
May 24th George Ratrie; drowned. Ag<..l icines combined.
ticket will possess,” says Hon. AV. M. person—»«nd bis report to us was (if 4 years, 7 months, 16 days. 1. O. O. F. ( 'eme- Send to A. E. Mintie, Al. I»., No. 11 Kear PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND, Jin\,^\l■dl7imo.^e,'í‘iVC‘t, at
PC‘riOd’ a,K1 SI'e<'iuI
is^l^filo’th^e’who iiave 24
ny Street, San Framu-c«», for the Restora
bpringer of Illinois
And that means
Price, ?•’> per bottle.
May 25th Charles Krebs; debility. Aged tive and b«» cured.
glowing, lie saved the result of all
For further particulars apply at tho Musical Institute.
Four t imes t lie quant it v, ¿10. Try a bottle.
success beyond the peradventure of a his washing, from top to four feet 80 years. Town Cemetery.
June 1st—Tlios. G. Dews; tumor of brain.
down, and they ran from ten cents to Ageil
fully . Medicines sent secure from observa
60 years, 1 month. Town Cemetery.
LUBRICATING OILS, FTC. ETC.
tion upon receipt of price or C. (>. L>.
T he negro exodus Lu Indiana is lia
You know that this is very rich—a ' Aged 50 years, 3 months, 21 days. 1. O. O. F.
ble to be discouraged, the fact becom little too rich, in fact.
Are not worth as much to the victim of
Sole Agent* for Oregon for the cele
July 22<l J. C. McAndrew; diphtheria. Dyspepsia or Biliousness as Dr. Minlie’s
ing apparent to the managers that it here is geniTal that the mines are not
Fellow»* Bnildin?, Jr.cksenville, Brecon,
' Aged 3 years, 8 months, 22 «lays. Catholic English Dandelion Liver and Dyspepsia brated I'AllltOLII' SIU.If 1>U\ which
will take more negroes than aro willing only rich but extensive. I give It to i Cemetery.
kilI»’Picks, Lice and all para-ites on ahecq»,
Pill. It clears tlie liver of bile, tones up and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scaband
Aug. ltith AV. Prefontain; cholera infan the stomach, clears foul breath, coaled
to risk Knpiibliran love for them to you as I got it: I bave confidence rny
foot rot. <’irciilar sent on application.
Aged 3 months. Catholic C»unetery.
tongue, pain in the side or back, water
MRS. J. BILGER.
overcome the Democratic majority.
DEALER & WORKER IN
hold of the matter and called upon the
pimples, sallow complexi«»n ; is sugar
Years. Town Cemetery.
T he only j mruah, irrespective ei citizens of this place to contribute I 68 Sept.
12th -Rebecca J. Burns; consumption. coated, and no merenrv or other mineral in
AT THE OLD STAND OF J. BILGER)
party, that uphold “Junius Brutus” in toward-opt ning a trail for a distance ! Ageil 52 years, 6 months, 21 days. Masonic it. For sale by all druggists.
bls tirade,-, agtinst the S ipreme Court of thirty miles—steamers from this Cemetery.
Health. Mrengtli unti Vigor
Sept. 15th—Dorothea Otten; remittent fe
pls *e can go within thirty miles of
are the Portliud Jiee, Salem Mercury the mines—and the people here have ver. Aued 36 years, 9 months, 3 »lays. 1 own Of tho Kidneys and Bladder always fol
lows the use <»i thogreat Bu«;hu Compound,
California St. Jacksonville,
and Abrahaojs A Wilits’ personal or answered my call by contributing over ('emetery.
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’ * ?
>• A X
S.-pt, ' 18th — Richard Barrett; paralysis. •‘Dr. Mintie’s Nepliretieum.” Bright’s Dis
gan al Roseburg. A glorious triumvi
| Aged 30 years. Town <'emetery.
va t'K D iseases are «quickly cure«! by it.
Oct. IIth John Bk-nkin; liver complaint Pai
rate! And so qualified to judgeof the
For Leuforrlxea it has no e<pia*. Don’t be
I Ageil 52 years. Town ('emetery.
persuadetl to take any other’preparation.
competency ami integrity of the judici
O t. 28th Clara B. B. Crowell; intermit- Every otic who uas uied it recommends it.
ary of our State!
The excessive modesty of tho edi 1 tent fever. Aged 3 years, 9 months, 10 days. For -ale by all «Irtiggi-ts.
A panic of limited dimensions ex torial cutps of the T imes is extant, t Oct. 31st Daniel Hopkins; heart «lisca.se.
Age<l 48 years, 2 months. I. O. O. I'. ('»•nu-tery.
NEW THIS WEEK.
cites the people of New York. Tho i bis assurance may n »cd confirmation.
Nov. 13th -J. \V. Goodin. Aged 2 month'’,
Grocer’s Bank, supposed to be one of In this connection we append the | 2 days. Town Cemetery.
FOR SALS OR RENT
Nov. hith —J. Hanrahan; apoplexy. Ageil
the substantial institutions of the city, kindly mention made of our entrance 56 years. ('atholic Cemet -rv.
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
ASHLAND llol’SE PRoRERTA
has failed, which failure ¡»as been im upon a new year by a few cotempora . Nov. 24th W’. A. A. Hamilton; kille.1 ae- ’IMIE
‘ eidetitally. Aged 48 years. Town <’e. letery. I I is «»tieroil for s il;» or rent <>n reasomible
mediately preceded and succeeded by ries. These evidences of fraternal re-
Nov. 24th Marie 1‘tlng; pneutiioina. Aic^d terms. For partieulars apply to J. II«»U«'K,
years, 11 mouths, 3 days. I. O. U. r’. Ueiii- on the premise*.
those of other large houses. Disaster
seems to be brewing. The prosperity thanks for, hoping that we will ever
Nov. 27th B. AV. Hockersmith; catarrh in th«
Mr. Hayes dwelt on so fondly in his merit them:
head. Aged 2 years, 5 months, 23
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
message would prove chimerical, after I That most excellent Democratic pa 1'own Cemetery.
PUMPS AND PIPE,
SAW-MILL-EIT1IER STEAM OR
per, tho Jacksonville ’ 11
J’ mes , vom olic Cemetery.
water pow, r—to run by the thousand,
practical millwright. References
m» nces with its next issue its tenth
Dec. 16th Charlotte 1‘flug; typhoid pneu-
Fuse asi Caps,
Y esterday was tho anniversary of volume. Il is one of ine lust and ; monia. Aged 9 years. I. O. O. F. Cemetery. given if reipiired. Impure at the Tint:-.
D. H. THOMAS,
oliiee or addre-s
L»ee. 31st —Mrs. M. Hubbard; pneumonia.
the battle of New Orleans, when the moit reliable papers in the Slate, and
11 vdesvil le, H util bold t Co., Cal.
51 years, 11 months. I. O. O. F. Cetne-
Immortal Jackson put a quietus on we are glad
English pretensions to American terri most prosperous condition, We wish ; A«lding six Chinese, makes a total of thirty-
our friend Nickell abundance of suo i eight in all. Of this number live have died by
tory then and forever.
SOLD M V BUTCHER T ip
ce-s, as he is surelv «leservittg of li.— violence, four from debility, four from pneu
eke, t to* is t<» ii »lily all per--in
monia in its different forms, three from heart
event is duly commemorated in the Portland Daily Standard.
ule <»n account tor meat fur-
. disease, from two paralysis, two from diphthe
older States; but on the Pacific coast
hey tnu-t make imm-’d a! ■ | .is
The Jacksonville T imes , with ils ria, and one each from liver complaint, apo
THE BEST WOSTENH0LM CUTLERY
sarne to Aldo ( '¡itoti, who i-
the memorable services of “Ohl Hick next issue, begins its tenth vilume, plexy, cholera infantum, intermittent fever,
i remittent fever, inflammation of the bowels,
ory” seem to be almost forgotten and i The T imes is a live and 11 li: i'Jiing j consumption, tumor on the brain and catarrh
the 8th of January permitted to paper—filled with news, and is one of ; tn the head, an»l three infants from diseases
POWDER AND FUSE,
pa*a by comparativ«dy unheeded. This the mainstays of the Democracy of unknown. Ot this number, eleven were littv
is not as it shouhl he.
Daily Toicn years and over of age, seven between twenty
and fifty, six between four and twenty, an»l
HUE UNDERSI i JNED. BEING STA-
| eightun«lerfouryears. Two <» the ewercsehool y"OTK 'E IS IIERERA’ Gl V EN TH AT 1
T he Crescent City Wagon Road
ti- n« ! ¡i! Asli’-i » ! I'.g.iin, b.-.s turned hi-
I General Akscrlœcit of SHELF IAEFW1RB
The Jnckconville T imes has em
will In» in J i-'k-ouv ill<* ie‘.xt w« ek f».i
atlFtition to the
linds a champiou in the Willamette barked on another n»-w volume, com to this district, which are the first children tho purpo-«» <>f elf »iig a -ott l«-niont witi.
school age that have dud in this di-trict lor all those i ii <lei>;<•<I t<> tim es no <»t Daiii d
ij .* * 1. (
Farmer, published al IMrtl in I, which mencing with 188«), and, under tho a of period
of four years and eight mouths.
Hopkins, »b eeased, is ;»l-ot!ios.■ in lob 1 t<>
is the only journal north of Jackson able and energetic management of
tho f'oruier tirni oi'iierd A Ilopkin -. These
in anvwis» intere-te l will plea-o ni.tl.
county favorably disposed toward the
LETTER ÜUIJI »11.1.1 AM'.*» « REEK.
prompt setthunent and !li<>rel»y suve v»sls.
A Word l<> tlie wise is siillicient.
enterprise. This is natural enough. the lea«ling papers of Oregon.— Yreka
DAVID L. H »PK1NS,
W illiam ’ s (' keek , Jan. 2, 1880.
1IRST-CLAKS MECHANIC WILL
The Farmer, as a friend of the agri
Esta:e of Daniel Hopkins. . .X cut
attend to Jub-wurk with ucatu«M aud
To the E ditor of the T imes ;
I »aled J.nnuarv S, 1--O.
••See the <>ul!e«i Jiiie, Wince.”
culturists of this section, readily per
The literary-theatrical performance given by
I wdl also keep constantly on band a
ceives the benefits that will accrue Io
the young people of William’s creek last even
large stock of
Our cotempnr.vy ha* raised a tem
them from the construction of the road,
ing promptly mid in superior ctyle.
ing was in every respect a successful ami en
I.IQUGRS AND TOBACCO.
and therefore suggests that they sub pest in a tea-pot ami would become joyable affair. Notwithstanding the unpro-
scribe liberally toward it.
indignant over tho situation in Maine. I pitious weather the hall was packed andatten
Particular attention paid to Farmer«’
E CURES TOOTHACHE WITHOUT
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE. wants and the supplying of axtraa for h arm
The people of that State, on tho con tive interest was manifested on the part of the
. extractimr the tooth; th<> restoration ot
T he recent increase of tho Demo
I I am rei’eiv ing and have constantly on Machinery, and all information a* to aueb
unsound and »lecayed teeth to a healthy
trary, do not generally share in the audience throughout the exercises. To give condition;
articles furnished cheerfully, on application.
a full and firat-clasa stock of
the insert ion of A r. itici.it Teel h
cratic vote in New York city for Lieu
No puma will be spared to furnitb our
undue excitement outsiders would anything like a full report would l»e too great » p ni the latest ami most approved base
customers with the best good* in the mar
tenant Governor has induced a num
an encroachment upon your space. I cannot known to the profession.
ket, in our line, and at lowest prices.
create; for, beside Mulligm Blaine
refrain, however, from the mention of a few
ber of stalwart candidates to withdraw
Agency of the PACI.'IC RUBBER PAINT
UZE ARE ITELA’ PREPARED TO DO 3RT GOODS. Gr.m E oo ^ r . TOBACCO. —tlm best in the wot Id.
and hia satellites and their immediate features of the exhibition.
New York from the doubtful column.
»! ¡ill kind* of Painting, including
«>ur nioito shall be prompt and fair deal
following, they are inclined to accept
'The plays ‘‘Bone in the Kitchen,” “irresist Irregular Teetli *»<»-¡»i^lilciie.l Itiiiiout
ing Hith all. Call and examine our at<>ek
The Democratic giin this year was 15,-
the situation, knowing f ill well th it
before going else« here. Satisfaction guar
000, as shown by the magnificent ma
MRS. J. BILGER.
Governor Garcelon an l tho Council
jority given Potter over Hoskin,. The were justified in their course by law out in a truly Thespian manner.
Among the performers who especially merit
Everything sold at reasonable rates.
ORNA M ENTA L PAINTING,
demoialization of the Democracy in an«! threw out the returns from Re
the rural districts gave the State to
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTIN’«;
Jacksonville, Feb. 1^, 187."».
ton ami Messrs. 1’. V. Shoemaker, E. Bricker,
—TO GET —
the Republicans, though by but
290 votes, that being Hoskins’plurali
L and O ieiceat R<» si . bi ' i : o , O regon , )
Jaimarv 1, l--o. i
ty for Lieutenant-Governor.
upon the part of the Republican mana well acquitted hims- lf very creditably in the
Onler.s from the country prompt) v attend
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lll.Vi I ed to.
gers to make much ado over this mat
tiio following-named settler has tiled
— DÓNK IN---
O ur cotemporary piles up a column
stump speech on “Woman’s Rights.”
Miss noticeof his intention to make final proof
ter, in order to divert public attention
DoraGo'ltrey real Sam. Simpson's New Years in support of his claim ami secure tinal «*n-
of figures on the Presidential situation
trv thereof;»', tho expiration of thirty «lavs
from the main issue and steal into poem in a superior manner
de- from the d »to of this notice, viz: Jacob
fearfully and wonderfully made.
power, which they now surreptitiously claimed u ith good effect
g °f MeDaniol. liotneslead Application No R«>7,
graciously accords Maine, California
WHEN THEY CAN BUY
12 anil N. rPHE<E WEI.L-KN'»WN MILLS. SITU A
— ANI» AT—
poet, for the S. W. 1 « of S. w. ', S
exercise, and their organs have taken the Slain,” by the .same
and Oregon to the Democracy, and as
up the hue and cry. They wince un
Di’y-Goods and Fancy Goods. THE LOWEST
ami Lot 1, Si“»1. 13, T 3S S. R., 7 VV., ami vill<>, are now prepared to do a
reckles'ly places Connecticut, New
inimitable and evoked well-merited applause. names the following ns his witnesses, \ iz:
der the guilt of having subvt rted the
The solo by Miss Layton, with organ accom James P. Mills ofJ<.sephin<‘coiinly -, and 11. Merchant and Exchange Business.
Jersey and New York on tho Repub
— LS AT —
popular will expressed in the Presi paniment, was highly appreciated. Ami last, McDaniel of Joseph : ne count v, < »re •g'»n.
lican side. The political arithmetic of
Thirty-six pounds of flour, two pounds
WM. I'. BENJAMIN. Re ■gi-t er.
of shorts and eight pound* <»f Inan given
our cotem. will not work.
With the dential election of 1876 and desperate but not least, asa featureof tlieent rtainment,
¡»«•r bii-hel of good wheat». Flour sacked
right ticket in the field tho Democratic ly strive to make a parallel case in I must mention the superior vocal music fur
J ACK SON VILLE, OREGON.
Notice of Final Settlement.
and Inaiided, cii-tomers furnishing sacks.
Tobacco and Liquors,
party will hold every State carried in Maine in order to palliate their crime. nished th-ou-fmut tile evening by Mr. ami
Satisfaction guaranteed in ail itist-inc«-«.
Mr--. Smith D.ivis and Ed. Bricker. 1 doubt In the Comity Court of the Stat«1 of Oregon,
1876 ; an«i it also has a lair prospect of
T. T. Mck ENZIE.
AM» ALL KINDS OE
for tlie County ofJackson, sitting in pro
gaining a few more elector d votes.
bate on January 6, ls-’o.
The Secretary of the Interior has rural c immunity on the coast. Such music as In the matter ot tlie e-tau* of« »co. AV. Bress
T he new year promises to be one of
they furnished “hath ehanns to soothe” the
ler, »! e.
rendered a deci-ion that whenever,
moat fastidm.ij c.ar. The amlicn 'e preserved miros. ; A. NEWMAN, ADMINISTRA
greatest moment to our growing State.
Third St.. Jacksonville
I tor <le b'.tn.'t ii ¡.i of said estate, having
The system of internal improvement prior to patenting, It is discovered a happy and visible impression of the state of fi!e«l in ■ said
t z .
«'ourt his final account for
that land previously offered and en good feeling into which they hail l»een wrought sett lenient, and nisi» praying for ¡in or ter
tn be inaugurated during 1880 will
BY GOING TO
tered as agricultural is really mineral long alter the exercis -s were brought to a for setting the time for hearing the same,
rpilE SUBSCRIBER, WHO HAS HAD
¡•lace us in ilirect communication with
1 large ex|x-ricuce in the hotel businvwt in
in it- character, the entry must be can close. Such atlairs arc a benefit as well as an final account will I »e heard ¡imi «letcrni'ne»!
Canada, is uow prepared to cater for the
the East and no longer need we play
in -aid < 'ourt on 'I'm sday, l-'» l»i iiary 3, 1**0,
i celled and the land reserved for entry
wants of the general public in first-class
in the role of a tender to California
at 10 '»’clock \. M.. ¡it which time ¡ill per
style. Board and lodging by the day or
under the laws especially applicable to
-on- having anv ni Ject ion - to -at<l final ac-
and pay tribute to her in millions an-
count .u.d s« ’.Him » nt must tl.en and ther<‘
mining lands. The issue presented
make tlie saino.
Next Door to Post Office MEALS TWFNTY-F1VF. CKNTfl MACH.
nually. Then will our population
It would pee n from the annexed,
Published in the D emoci : \ tic Tt'ir:- for
Oysters iu every style.
double and quadruple itself, and our
four «••»ti-ecnfivo weeks by order of Hon.
GEO. M. COBURN.
gr»*at an«! varie«! resources be devel ver et al., involving a tract of ‘2,000
8. J. luv, L’ountv Ju Igo.
Jacksonville, Dec. 24, 1879.
‘E. B. WATSON. Clerk.
oped, until Oregon shall take rank acres of land in C linden (Aryans»*) dis
aving sold my bi toher shop
among the foremost States of the trict, which was purchased from the ate I as a political journal abrmvl a
I hereby notify all persons indebted to
B*>TALL \MI SEE LS.-^8
Uuiou, the pride of and envied by all.
Government on private entry in April,
ter the same by the loth ot January, issu.or
I will have to for«*e «•olh'ctions. I must
T he statement that (Senator Saun-
have money. Tim booksand ae •ounts are A VALUABLE PANACEA! C. W. SAVAGE,
trine you advocate.
Toe good old
derg has received a lotter from an ex contain argentiferous load ores.
in the hands of M .<’aion, who is authorized
Democratic party must redeem the
to make settleineiits.
Governor of Oregon, saying that they
From Lake County.
Jack-on vide, Dee. 23, Is79.
aving again taken possession
country, nr it is lost. Indiana will bi
want 250,000 colored people in this
BSN33ÎT-S CAPCINE T0K0U3 PLAisrKR
of this salo«»u, the undersigned will be
Frank Swingle of Brownshorough, O. K. in 1880.”
to meet his friends and the public
8tate and would offer every induce I
other p'ssti rs fail even to rciii-ve. It < >ntn i s
SETTLE UP !
greater A nu»rep<
,::i r• ■■v;-'-, if ,
aving taken the agency of generally at this old and popular resort.
ment for settlers ot that class, as they
euinir a-i't curative p. i ■. st’crif •c'-numn
this valuable tneilieiue, 1 am now pre I be finest liquors amt cigars can always be
pi” -us pl.t«'T, aid i > f r »"■[>•”..r (■» i.ni.n tit’
• LLTHosI' KN< » WI N< ; TU ! AGEE V I2S
had at this place, ami th«» tables are al ways
to furnish it in quantities to suit at
prefer them to Chinese, is still swing- Valley, says nearly all of the stock
and t‘ •• eo-cnll-d »•’ <'t -’cal a, ■ i.v c> ». It. is
gx indebted to Inlow of the Eagle Point the following prices; Trial siz.“ hotties, 25 supplied with all the leading newspapers
ditor S entinel — a »r.- Ymtr apnh.gv of
i ng around the circle. Oregon may be raisers in the western end of Lake January 7th ha- been read and yopr innu-
st«.re, either by note or book account, must cents; largo size holding eight ot th«» small ), and periodicals of the day.
D -<» t r Nj in.il »ml K» ' »ex ( mn-.taln!*.
settle tho sam ■ bv Janu iiy I, l-sj. All $1. «»r three small for.Tiets. A trial for t his
I’fcniisjG Si'int’cri nnJ rît I >-n! »ch- - n-»<l
A first-class billiard table is also kept
able to accommodate quite a number
I'nint. Wh. ti ruff. r.r„'j I w 1 «! > '
those iiotesand a.-c oints not settled by that sp«-eiti ■ is all that is ask«-«!. Address all or at this house.
whom you-peak has not been injuied by
time will posit ;v.'!y be placed in tho Itands ders to
of immigrants, but she is far from be the recent storms commenced, snow tlm mistake of yours; but, h!,d vour state
C. W. SAVAGE.
M. JACOBS, Ashlaud, Or.
nut íiüo-v anv «Stier pt*-' r t > b ■ :
ot an ollicer of the law for forced collection.
ing an Elysium for negro mendicants. being about five Inches deep on a level
21 liât t Street, N ov York, I’-onr'eto
ton would have been interviewe«!. Editor
Who the ex Governor alluded to is, re and the weather quite cold when he S< ¡tfoH-l ise inf«»rm the publi<* how much
mains a mystery. It may be Geo. L. left. St«»‘k has suffered some, espec you receive for tooting a «‘ertain M. D.’-
SAM'S VALLEY, OREGON,
Uaq you use him for vour seltish
Woods* whose intimacy with the tally from lack of water, all the stream- horn.
purposes? if you can, you ate more suc
School Fund years ago is a barrier to
cessful than volt have been with others.
John Windom, Proprietor.
4 LLTIDJSE KNOW ING THEMSELVES
Crockery. Glassware. Etc. I
his presence among as now. However, »nd l ikes being fr«>z»»n over for a time.
Jacksonville, Jan. 8, 1—0.
as between Lull-dozed negroes and i Since then matters have taken a dif
qm sted to call and •«■ttie the same an«l save
blacksmithing of all kinds ex .
cost. I went to see y^ou at your nquost:
Weeds’ ilk, give us the furuier every ferent turn, however, and the outlook
j HAVE A VERY GOOD ASSORTMENT 1) rented in a superior manner at prioa«
USTICE'S AND LEGAL BLANKS OF now come and see me.
<>f the above goods, which I will -ell ojsuit the times. Give me a trial.
id more iuvurabie.
all kinds iur sale at luv T imjes OrriCK
PIONEER HARDWARE STORE.
TIN, SHEET-IRCN AND COPPER WARE
HARDWARE, TIN WARE,
Paints, Gils, Glass and Varnishes
PA!«iTS, C!LO, VARNISHES. GUSS
Goli! Fifes Warrafe
Tna People of this Valtey Save
THE BEST STYLE
Lately Conducted by Mrs. M. H. Vife,
v i :
I’ISIIHIi 4 COIIX.
'fes High st Cash prices are paid.
Glenn’s Peace in the Family
FAMILY GROCERIES, NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP,
CANDIES AND NUIS,
Cheap. Please tail.