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1M JRATIC TIMES.
C ircuii J
his ticket e
his coni pet
n<;S.—There is no estimating
majority, as he runs ahead of
ywhere. He will no doubt beat
is electod b
he carries e
t made against T. B. Kent, he
najority that may reach 200, as
county iu the district.
The agony is over.
Some rain this week.
Cool enough for snow.
Ice-cream at a discount.
Very quiet since the campaign clo«ed.
Ed. Schieffelin h is returned to Arizona.
Miners in Josephine county are still trnsy.
Lost,strayed or stolen—the “People’s party.
The census enumerators are busily at work.
rm. Foley, the affable traveling
Portland “Standard,” is among
We 1 iave met the enemy and they are ours
and ready to take subscriptions
A brewery wil! be started at Wddervillt-
nt paper. It is a better journal soon.
should be liberally patronized,
Crops need some more rain to ensure a good
A glorious Democratic victory was achieved
nM J osephisk C ouxty .—From
learn that Chas. Hughes, Esq ,
Banner Iaidge No. 23, A. 0. U. W., meets-
received a ry large majority of the vote* cast this evening.
:t for County Clerk, w hich prob-
in that pre
Preparations for the Presidential contest art
n, although his deleat by eight
next iu order.
Father Buchard, the eminent Jesuit lecturer,
Circuit Court convenes next Monday. The
Klamath, posed through town yesterday to docket is light.
assume his Cl poaitiou, succeeding Dr. ('ober,
Wm. Fchtly is putting up a kiln of 150,0(X)
who goes t<Y> fort Bidwell, Cal. The Dr. is a
brick at Kerbyville.
first-class p| ,|ician and we are pleased to note
The usual flight of beggars, tramps, etc.,
his return t^Joutbern Qregon.
—... - •--- —
Las set in toward Oregon.
rim ’ «
—From what can be f G. W. Frey and wife of Butte creek paid
wilFreecive 650 majority llacksouville a visit this week.
over the iedond liest candidate for Supreme
' C. L. Hill will start a band of 2,200 head ol
Judge on he*
Bl Republican ticket in the district.
■heep to Luke county in a few days.
Jackson ninl j ;y will giv* him 4(X) majority;
He ips of new goods at Mensor s ami more
JosephinilOc) 1), and Lake 150. These figures
Call and see for yourselves.
may be >anj : ;ed, but the chances are more
I n T own
agent for th
us once me
for that exc
C. C. Beekman and T. G. Reames have
A G ood O ffer .—H. W. Hanil*agent, di
gone to Portland to attend the (»rami Lodge rect from the manufactory, for J. P. Hales
of Masons, to which they are representatives pianosand Packard and Siioninger organs
s m this city and will remain lor a few
from Warren Lodge.
day». Mr. Hand is also in the horse bus-
Dr. Coon , the indefatigable, has organized noss and will take good horses in part pay
another council of C. of H. at Foot s creek,
ment for pianos. Th » J. P. Hale phino is a
with 20 charter members, This makes ten
first-class instrument and bears the special
councils in the county.
recointnendtuion of Mr. Schoen, a leading
D -er skins and beef hides are still being San Franchco piano tuner. This olTer is
brought to town in large numbers. There will the best ever made to the citizens of.I a--kson
soon be no doer to kill and the slaughter w ill county in this line, and they should not be
then necessarily cease.
slow in («king advantage of it.
c. of II bad -es, constitutions and by law s,
pamphlets of all kinds, briefs, an t everythin
in this line, printed in the best shape and at
low prices at the T imes office.
A letter from A. P. McUarfi-n of Linkville
informs us that l’levna, Lake county, gives
Judge- Prim seventeen majority. Ibe vote on
the balance is ab mt astanil-olF.
lection passed oil’ very quietly, there
genera! absence of di»or ler and no
tights <) ciirri.ig. Plenty of hard work was
done by both parties, however.
Geo. .Abger, of Butte creel;, who sheared
Farlow Bros.’ sh eep, informs us that he obtain-
ed about sev» u pounds of wool per head from
the band. This w as a year's clip.
A Chinaman in the employ of ('apt. Ankeny
at Galicu creek had hi« 1’iglit le_ brok n by tin
caving of a bank last week. Dr. Aiken was
summoned and set the fractured limb.
The present board ot (’ounty Commissioners
meet on the 30ih for the purposa of winding
up their business ami turning the all.iirs of the
county over to the new a lmiui.stiat>oti.
Miss Mamie Loye returned from Oakland,
Cal , tins w eek, where she
Mills' Seminary. She was
brother, G >rge, who went
Agsncy for ths Celebrated
L ake C ounty . — Latest advices from Lake
county denote the election of the Democrat
ic ticket, with perhaps the exception of
S. B. Cranston, who may have been beaten by
0. A Stearns for Representative. It is also
probable that the D-iiiocratic Mate ticket will
receive over 100 majority.
H!iDÜ A'13 THfOHER
N otice . — The trustees of the M. E. Church,
South, are requested to meet at Phoenix on
Saturday, June 12, 1880, fortlie purpose of
making arra’igemvnts to complete the church
building at that plr.ee.
By order of the last cpisrterlv conference.
W. IL K lyce , 1’. C.
P robate Cot ».r —I he follow mg proceeding«
have transpired mtbis Court since our last re
T he R eason - 'The • "Sentinel did not bring
out its rooster this w ee k over the result in the
In the matter «f the' state of Anton Bruns, State. Pn b.ibly the success of Me»*rs. Klip-
an insule pi non. D. Cron m.ller appointed p.) and F
■y in this county, in spite of its
In tlie matter of the estate of M -I .«a Preu mud i iirow mg. has completely knocked all the
tice, deceased. John P \\ Jk'-r, S B. Grub! elithil «’.asín out ol its editor.
and G. A 11.11 appoint'd apprai-'i «
Li the matter of tlie e«tate of \ F Rimile,
deceased. Il irriet R imile ai'ji" lit - I e- euti ix • -» .of
miilvr the will
N.unae! 1 .ur; anil Jo.htia
1! nicy appointed appraisers
In th.* matter ot the estate of Geo Me
Knight, deceased. Sarah McKnight appointed
administratrix, ami Geor/e W Lance, Nathan
Hosmer and A. Koester appointed appraisers.
A Sr< < 1 -siTii. At F\lli The píeme given in
Bay’s grove on AppLg.ite, unde r the auspices
ot the li-wer Uniontown district school, Situi
day, was mudi of a success, A large crowd
was present, which duly appreciated
iated the e.xer
cises of the day. The ball in the evening pros
ed a pleasant finale, thirty-eight numbers being
Excellent nris.e was flimulied l>\
.'L-ssrs. Smith an I B -rry, and the supper was
superb. The net prm-ae is .am-i'l'i <-<l t > -S77.
wh.-eh will be applied to ihe benefit of the
k«n at bet
rCII!> L’M.V’H!N:;s biive taken tlio lead in every State in ths Union. They have
W e have a lot of old type, 1 b(e'ntiiudiiija-*ksoii emuitytr tile fu. 1 sat
iou of uv'ery pkjiuiia.ur. A iso < > q
be put to tii- same uses as Babbitt hand the
WM. AWSON WOOD’S MOWJER,
t will lie disp ised of at reason ibl.
Which is equal to the best ma le :<• regards durability and lightness of draught.
can gu i ram <-e prom pt r.ip ur■- t >r all ■>( i lie al»- >vo m ie!i tnos.
Alsjthe Agency forthe best wagons on wheeLut ibu
>ks as if
27 ¿nb Fo-
T T V 4 TN
toil w as c
lilted SIU V eV
BY ADOPTING A
t'-iy stallion, f tab* I 1*75. Bre 1 by
West, <oaiririitown, Kentucky. (Vol.
3u, Walkiee’s Trolling Rogikler).
1TIE GREAT SIRE <>F TRoTi’ERS,’'
son of Alcxan ler’s Abdallah, sire of Gold-
smitli Maid, record 2:14; dam by Brown
C .:el. son ol MamhritiO Chief, bile of Lady
Thorne, record 2:¡Slí; g. d. by imp. Ho<>-
loi>, sire <>t the dam of Lulu, record 2:15; g.
g. d. by I’.i-i iran I, the great four-mite-race
horse; g. g. g. d. by imp. Buzzard, sire of
lin- d im of Woodpecker, sire of the fatuoua
Grey l'.<gl<*. Al'.amoiii will al fiie proper
Urn.- Le g i veil a rei-oi <1 w luch will ensure a
large ib-mam! for h;s col’.«. (Almont lath«
pr.i| arty <.; Gen. W. T. \\ iuicn¡, Lexiuglon,
Ever Known in a Rsg-jlar Bishiess,
? I a
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t » *i
-J • - ¿ b i 4 j -1 I
er\ in-. * ( •
P>av • ktal'ion, foaled 1*77; bred hv Gen.
Win.’ ' T. W ithers. Lexmuloii, Ky. (Vol. 3,
p. ii'»y. V» aliai-»-’» Ki ¿i>tci
. Niroil bv Alamo,
«Ini of A i iiiotit, sin eel Fanny W iilierxpocn,
5-ye i i -ol«l record 2;gg’,, and TI N with
t< cliti’<•.■:I rei-n'ils nl 2:’<i or better. (No
other hoi»e <»l liis :ig<- HAN MORE THAN
FOUR. He also shed Allie West, sire of
.h-wett, that lias l T ill FANTEST 3 year-old
record (2:2:'»’-.-t l.VF.R MADE. Alamo’s
duni l»y Alexander's Abdallah (see abovot.
W ill inn's dam by Meibom lie Jr., »ire of
Itili li’ine. n-i-onl 2:23; g. d. by Alhoit, (In*
dam by imp. Hooten), son of Alexander'*
A I" - 1 la I» ; g. g. <1. by Bi ignoli. (leeoni
2:29?« ;, son ol Maiiiln ino Chief, air® of La
dy i hotne, recon! 2:!*!-i.and Woodford
Mat.-ibriii»*, record 2:2'1’*: ir. g. g. d. by Pi
lot Jr., st re of J oh ii Morgan, reco» d 2 .*24, aid
dam ot Nutwood, n-coni 2.-18% ; tr. g. g. g. <!.
by < ili- Bini, «irò ott'h.i.-ago 2.-2I »-f, ), son ot
g |»I Pi|<»t. Wilburn is »eiy iaige, highly
finished and compactly built.
Roth are pprle.»t!y «. uud and tree from
b’einish. and were purchased for usa iu my
v. :i Ln-e.Liig stud; but will be allowed to
serica iuni’i ii mimbi r of inaies <lm mg Ite
«eti'on of i* o. at C ascai i : N tock F arm ,
lineo in ile:« cast of l.irikville, Otrn., at 8"4
t he «elisoli, wil h | >l IVIlege of l et timing «lieIt
mari « ns d<> not provein foal. Excellent
and safe pa«f n re fr< <• diiviiuj (he
i’1- I’“, | ar i<-ui:irs, ano lieu pamphlet»
lnstory o’ the trot'ing horse, addresa
JAY BEACH. Linkvilla, Ogn.
n*’ i !
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TO SELECT FROM IN
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Any Ono Store in Sontheim
Oregon or NoriLern
u k m
( ’apt. Jas. Barnes came in from Lake cmintx
this week. He informs us that grass is grow
J onkpiisk C ounty II eiurns . From what ing finely ami st >ck doing w> 11.
can be rarnfid, Josephine county gives the
On next Sunday <•• ening Rev. D. A Urowell
Democratic State ticket a majority that may w ill le -ttire at the M. E. ( liurch. Subject
“ The Lifeand Times of Noah
receive If*» iifujority. The Democratic coun-
Johnny Orth has just received
ty ticket is 1 Iso elected, with the possible safe from Cincinnati, and is now
rx-eption of (Jerk. Nn ki-ison is some votes ceive money due him on deposit.
s o id up tidtiie present writing; blit it is
I. (• Miller of Ash’aml .ave us
tiiought thau the precincts unreported will
day. He L>st a watch on his w . t
gite Hughesllenough majority to elect him.
its re tn in.
I aa I m gus pfaple's movement met with the
The first strawberries of the season made
C'l le, numb-ring several
same fate iu .1 »sephim* that it dal here.
their appearance this week.
They were hundred head, and ow 4 by \\ m. Ibibmson
< ¡ ovkknme '’ t I mprovement . Lient. T w. brought into market by .1 o-i. Bapp.
ami I > i-k George, w ere driven through t >>vn I
Symonds, wh i » is superintending the work on
A. O Eelf-Ison has secured a contract for sur tin« wi-<k for ’..ike county. They ■ ime from
the < Jrave crejk
|k and Cow- creek hills, was m veving laud in Lake coiir.’y and w ill commence Josephine c mnty and wi re in fair condition.
tov n during tJii le week and informed us that work some time during this nioiith.
\V. II. Atkinson a <d IL F. Phillm*, accom
TnF. committee in charge have inailo arrangi
ti< re are abpit seventy-five men employed.
by their 1 dies, passed through tm
Kahler & Bro. and Reames Bros, received a
ments by which all p r ns who attend th
< »jei ations a* being pushed forward withall
larve quantity of new goods this week, towbun Monday, en route lor Portland These m-n'
in Portland on the 15th wil
men an- renresentitivcs t.i the M -sonie lira
p < ible haste as that portion of the appropri-
the attention of the p-iblie is called.
on the pa\-m-nt of one ful
at ion n<»t exhausted by th« 1-t of July reverts
• is lines leading to Portland
It is very likely that Judge 1'r a will be lt
The road between Linkville and .A« ¡land 1>
hack lo the Treasury. We are informed by
is stamped by the Secre
. 1, ry .. nt parties that the improvement« in
in need of repairs and the sum of ?200 lias !>t in
•r As«'ci itimi.
date, over 250 votes in
subsi : ibi-il by the eitiz ns of the l.ittei pla e to
■* are •< a substantial and durable char-
repair it. The (’minty Court will be a kvd t->
■l that a trip over the road in the Win-
a similar amouut, and w e hope to see
driftin' on the bar opposite the old Fowler
i it l<«ditfiimlc hereafter. Lieut. >
store on Apple ite, have struck good pay.
•« r> turuje 1 to the scene yesterday.
The friends of Ettie Coleman a.ssemblad at
Jas. A. Garth hl has been nominated for
res’di'iice on the evening of the 3d, which
M urf»: i
I ION n .—The Aurelian Lit-
A G rand (T
President and .las, A. Cardwell keeps one ot was tfie oi- ■ i«ion ot a p.irtv given in honor of
Nut so fast, my friend; if you could cr
erary Society^ with its usual energy, is making the best livery stables in Southern Ore gon.
her 12th birthday. A plea-ant time was hal. the strong, healthy, blooming men, wo
preparations I o celebrate the coming Fourth ot
An elegant stock of visiting cards—gilt \Vn a» knowled i- the receipt of some excellent nn-ti ami children th it have been raise
July in a beegning manner, The proper coni*
cake from the young miss.
fro'n beds of sickness,sufToringand alnio
edged, plain white, chroino and
mittees have been appointed and every en-
For the tinc«t we 1 ling card« ami im itations, death, bv the use of I! op I titters,you w. >ul<
description just received at the
deavorto m 4k e it a grand success is being
programmes, ball ticket», business cards, s.iy “Glorious and invaluable remedy.
A number of hands employed on the govern
made. As tK e < fourth conies on Sunday, Mon-
ti-acher’s certificates of excellence, rewards of See another column.— Pre**-
m »ac num«» u«« ■ - .- .1 w x . t >- yuukv :« jte «*»
day, the lift! ., has been «elected as the proper men', work now progressing on the Gravecrevk inont and every d -scription of plain ami fan \
print in g go to t he I i M
where some of
d.iv to celebn te. We understand that Beekman
tin- best work m State is done at away-down
and L iihi ’ h pa rk ha3 been selected as the place day.
M< I 'A 11| »EN — K I BLI —At t Im resilience •
forth« cele'-i- ition, and that everything will be
A fact once learned should never be forgot-
tin bride's patents on Applegate, Jinn
Jackson county will present another canili
3 1, hv II >n. I’. P. Prim, I iistie« of lb-
done to a ■< < snmodate a large crowd. The ten. Therefore remember that Dillon’s is th«'
Supremo Court, .1. S. Mcl-adden ami
date for the office of Supreme Judge two years
finance cvmn uttee made a raid on the tow n place to get a “iinile’’ w hen you want the very
M iss Kat ie Ku bl i.
Thursday, c<> llecting about $150, and expect
[In common with their many friends we
to obtain mi re soon. A big turnout and a
J. S. Eubanks, of Ashland, passed through nomination for that position l»-cause of the inn
in wishing Uio hippy couple long hf
graud ceklua lion should be the order of the Jacksonville W ednesday to attend theMas<>nic
entitled to the nomination in 1882 on tiie same and uninterriipteil pro-perily.]
¡Grand Lodge in the capacity of a representa-
IIA I: I.INt; 11 »N —BERKY—In phoenix, »'
V ote of L i NKviLLE P recinct .—A. P. Me.
t iie residence ol the I ir i< le's tat her,J n ne I»111
The youngest daughter of M ni. M. Turner
by Rev. A. 11 a i. 11-■ hi , 'at iia ii ii I
Carton of Liu cville has kindly furnished us the
died ratlu-r suddenly on the Sth. The funeral
ton ami Miss Samantb i L. Berry.
vote of that preciuct, to-wit: Congressman—
■scarlet fever, although the report is uot cun- took place on the fidlowing day and was at M ILLI A MS — Nl M PK1NS —On Pleasant
Wlnteaker, 7i •; George, 69. Supreme Judges—
ciei-k. May 3St. I.v J. W. tl-iys, -L !’•• •’
tended b\ a large concourse of the friends of
C. Williams ami Miss I.iu v I. Nimpkm*-
Kelly, 76; P rim, 79; Burnett, 76; Ixird, 64;
tne family. Rev. M. A. Williams officiated
Jas. II. Little left for Portland yesterday, The bereft parent« have the sympathy of all in
Waldo, 66; V ,’ataon, 68. State Printer —Mer-
intending to make the W illamette and Lmp-
ry, 75; Odell, 69. Distriet Judge—Hanna, 83; qua valleys a visit. He will be gone a few their bereavement.
Some scalawag entered the Manzanita school Hit. INB' >TH AM-Al Ce-itr tl I’ oh H. J'.1".?
District Artorney—Kent, 73; weeks.
(»th. Win. S., eldest son of J. S. and E.
house a few d tys ago and destroy ed ” hat books,
Hammond, 71 . Joint Senator—Gates, 75; Sin
J. F. Phillips, who has been a resident of
11 iginboi liain; aged 5 year**»
Representative—Cranston, 49; this county for several years past, returned to slates, etc., he could find, I e.-iih-s damaging the
I lie dire tots ofLr
Judge—Watts, 69; Denny, 66. his old home in Missouri this week. Bon a reward of $25 for the detection of the offend TUKNER—In Jacksonville. June 8th, of
d sesse Of the I.can, Mxbella, voiiiu'est
Sheriff—Haut -j ta, 84; Stanley, 51. Clerk— voyage.
er. Such meanness ought to be punished to tiie
daiubter ot Wm, M. tid I-.im 1 >1 •(* 1 m ■
Cheesman, 72 ; Rapelie, 61. Commissioners—
W'. Lusk is now in this section vending Dr. fullest extent ot the law.
n i; a zed 5 years, *i in^itli« ami 24 day s.
Durand, 70; I [unsaker, 83; Penland, 49; Brat McBride’s “Worlds Relief, or Concentrated
W. H. Atkinson writes us to the effect that ABBOTT—At the re-.id.-n.-e <'f Lewis Hays,
tain, 64. £r «saurer—McC’allen, 83; Frankl. Tea, said to be a valuable compound by those he never made any offer whatever or attempted
in Josephine eniuty, Samuel Abbott,
about 84 year*.
51. Assessor —Tulloch, 70; Hainmersly, 64. who have used it.
to buy the brick to prevent or hinder the I. 0.
[Deceased was a pensioner of the wai
School Supen ntedent—Chapman, 67; Clayton,
Mrs. Wm. Springer, of Vancouver, nee Miss 0. F. iu their building enterprise, at Ashland,
67. Surveyof f—Dyar, 72; Colvin, 61. The Florence Smith of this place, has been paying as was charged by a correspondent in our last of 1'12, hdi ) died respe-if-il by all-]
tirst naraad ir » Democrats and others RspuB her fnetuls iu this vicinity a visit. She returns issue. We cheerfully inak* this correction of ELLIOTT—'»n Murphy creek, May 3lst
Ji I id Elliott ; aged »»¡»out sixty year«.
our correspondent’« error.
home iu a tew days
k. K. REAMES.
The ice cream salo-m managed by the ladies
Bor the benefit of the Presby terian Church ha
q r »ven a financial success.
The poll-bo >ks are in from every prccin -',
[excepting L Tin 1 and G.-mt’s i’ai.i,ami tile oil!
cial count will so.m be made.
of tlm f »¡¡owing «.¡z^s; 3. ; 4. 3
3’<, an 1 four inch thimble skein; also ls¿ -»nd 1'4 iron
axle w.i-g >n», w Ci i irm in I <’ ditero a ra--K lie I. Hilf spring duniocral wagon, boggie»,
buck !>o ir I «. s: Io spring iv i-go is, with an I without tops.
I ”11 I X .• ¡1.t » 1..<L an 1 I.< .1 ni »re fairly thm any runner, and pnrehasers can
have the advantage ot ex tin ning tron i» before obligitinz ihcin->ulvos. 1 will take all
kind* of pr » I i ■ ' in ex-a rigj. (’i.i an i convine * yon - d ves.
John Ray was arrested for disorderly con-
Mor«- straight Democratic tick ts were voted
duct • m our streets Saturday and fined 85 mid
last Monday than for some years past.
Cl 'Sts. He damaged the calaboose <•■ nsiilerably
C lose if S chool . -Jacksonville district
Snow on the mountains between Happy
while confined in it and nearly escaped.
;e to-day and the pupils will eo Camp and Waldo is still many feet deep.
John Aslipole, administ i ator of I he est
joy a thi rm' liths’ vacation. Appropriate ex
Mr. Glass, a Nevada cattle-buyer, is in this John I’ Dak< r, last Saturday sold some
arc use. lili ting of declamations, etc., will
Section making purchases tor that market.
belongm I to siii'i estate and situated on
>f. Merritt, assisted by Messrs,
to C. C. Beekman for the sum o
ei.t r* sa act ion and the school has been one
B. F. Dowell returned from a professional
of *.li« nt SUI ¡cessful ever held in the district.
trip north last week. lio looks unusually
1 O ffk E LECTED.—At a regular meeting
of (rouis 1-P ocahontas Tribe No. 1, Improved
The Sterling Mining Company have let the
■ dsew here, Supi r-
Oraof Red Men, the following officers were
•ld an examination
cittì for th« i ensuing term: H. K. Hanna,
certificates at the
Bacii; Chas. Nickell, Senior Sagamore; T. T. John Enos.
on -I nne 26th.
Cru uf Rec óriTr; T. S-oTi mon, Keeper of appearance.
Waiim. Ii istallation will take place Oll
E. C. Robinson, of Oakland, Cal , is paviii;
this s*'-tion a business visit. He will remain
■ — ■ ■ —
a short timo.
Rbiiors I I'F.us. -’There will be no services
Fammrs will find those order books at the
Uhuri h next Sunday, Fath- i
at tk'at hohe
T imes office cheap aud Jim ly. Tm.-y sat e
Bisect liavii ig gone to Lake comity. . . . Rev.
W. Klyce V vill preach at the Plnenix S' hool- much w riting.
The Stage Company h?s put on its larg
homkeXt Sill ulay at 11 o'clock a . m . Elder
and expects to change to Slimmer tiuu
M tersoli V .ill hold services at E.igle Point
next inday. I.. Rev. M. A. Williams will
preaekt the ’ U. E. Uuurch »a this place next
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C. o'JL-— Tiie Grand Council of the C. of
IL MilXieet at Ashland to-uay and «ill re
main iusessioin to-morrow. E.uT subordmati
•lohn S Parir
a s- <-r
there . a ten councils in the cuinty ’Tie tem
petan« movt ni mt is bootnirg in Jackaoi:
»1 a po.
count’ and ti . Dr Coon is much of the credit
due LbeC. of H. is more popular than oth-
vr or. nizatic ns ot tlio kind and promises ft
t wherever it is csiabitshed.
\\ mior, Simmons 4 Co , mining near Wahlo,
lia’ «: made another clean-up, realizing $2,4011
from an eiglit-davs’ run.
as to d«s-
ire is nn
m by re-
C?<>. .Al si mitilo tu. 1'0
F' íís ’ í IJvos.
favorabl<ir s ; n increase than a decrease.
—(.’apt. A. P. Ankeny, who
is lar. I
d iu the Southern Oregon
home last evening. He re-
inines.lret ’ ’
’iug as lieing lively, miner* busy
and w ¡1 sr aliuliidant at the mines. His com
pany sill mxjke a clean up about July 1st,
v.hen hl will I'umish something lor the news
.about. He has great confidence
in the rrliuv'j nf his mines, aU(( haa invested
mer a Ml >in»i
insanii dollars in them.
lnr go wo]
xx--k in th«
h , anil th«
t, so with
* ci ream-
i iu> mach
• and has
oui: STOCK CONSISTS OF
r r i ’ •» ' *
LADU'.S’ DRESS GOODS, CASHMERES
ANI» DIAGONALS, SILKS AND
SA 1 l\s. ROOTS A SHOES,
CLO I H I NG, ETC.,
d .’ m
i i r N
I . V
V I »
i. i;t t
GREAT SLAUGHTER of PRICES
: 11 nl A
. W ¿ > A
’ S t
I > ■
E CALE THE ATTENTTON OF THE
f.-nlies to thè taci tliat wo Irivo now on
Itami tho birgost an<l bost seloi-ted assort
ili imi ot L \ I»1 l-’.s' D111- - s < ,ooi>N and I \ N-
i ’V <!OOli> ofovcry <l< script ion in NouthA; n
Oregon, ami wc vili hom-eforth inrikcthis
line of gmids olir specialty and sull tlietn at
It. I» -,ml.
E. JACOBS’ STORE
Oregon St., Jacksonville.
To the gentlemen we will say, it yon
IV HIRE A COMPLETE AND MAGNTF-
w .mt a No. ) NU ¡T < >!•’ <'L< >'['! I U.S you mlist
iccnl assort ment of new good» baa
have the best STOCK OF 1'1 OTHIN'G in just been received, eonsisling in part of
I ii-U'-oii '•ounty and wiilaliow noone to un
These goods wore all purchased by a mem
n . >
her of our brio fr<>ui 1 ’(I’sT ('LANS HOl’S- CARPETS,
l .s in San I ranci'i-o and Nov. A i-i k. and we
will warrant evi-rv ariiele ami sell them CLOTHING,
eheaper lor cash than any house in county .
M. .A. CAN AN, Proprietor.
We also keep on hand a full stock of
B 2I€ K FOR SA
BOOTS A SHOES,
IIARDWA RE, CUTLERY, GLASSWARE,
'CHI' UNDERSIGNED TAKfS PLEAS-
i mi- 'll iiiiiiouiicmg to tin* public that
Im will In* prepared in a lew weeks to fur A
nish a superior article ol brick at the lo >
ss per Tliuiisnml.
HATS AND CAPS,
FULL LINE GF ASHLAND GOODS,
TOBACCOS A CIGARS,
Beaytifjl Ladiss' Hals & Flowers,
PAINTS & GLASS
Children’s Carrin ffe?, Velocipedes and.
MOT FA IT. to
for o ur l’rlcc List fot
18*0. F kkk te any
aUUres, up».n ap-
«lese riptions of evei jr-
tliiliit reqitlrr.l for
per sonalot famllTuse,
wlth over 1.200 Illnstriukiii«. We seil all
W><>,!« at Wholesale priee. Ili qiiantltie« to «ult
thè purchaM't. The onlv ins tliittioli In America
Wlio ni ike thi« tli'-ir «perlai bnsine««. Adilress,
FRENCH CANDIES. Etc.
III f iel io ervthing tn Im foub'l in a flrat-
■’.i" ' o<-k of i o-iiera) Merchandise, which
will be sold at prices
MONTGOMERY W 1III1& CO..
«kl A 2 4U IV «basii A ve-, Ubicano. Il>
I he highest price allowed tor country pro-
V-H..GÍVP me a c-ill at my e»tab)ixbmp:it In
in Masonic l-tiiifilinL' ami be convinc'd that
there is no humbug about this.
I >1‘.ST assort mont of holt«, screws, ttre anti
I > c'tppor rivet*, rasp*, files, pinchers,
nippers, tongs ami hammer*, at
poll MINING BLANKS GO 'I’ll F. TIM ES
L office . Conp’s Hand-book of Milling
Law al wav* kopt on hand. Price SI a copy.
nAlNTS^ILS, A’ABNfsii. Gl.\*s \ND
T’ at Defy Competition.
HARDWARE AND 'JJTIERY
HARDWARE 4 TINWARE
Fmni and Frrirh* Waponi,
Plows, Gans Plows & Sulky Plows-.
Satisfaction girtran’eed. For further par
liciitirseall at the brick-vard in I he eastern
portion of Jacksonville.
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
<’ >r. Oak ani It:»*' Slrfnla, two block*
eta LI a
J lUN I'ER's «pee», spy- glasses, magnify-
ing glasses and pocke’ corn pax-ms at
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.