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THE LOSS OF NEW YORK.
DEMOCRATIC GAINS IN OREGON.
Official Vote of Jackson County.
The returns of the Presidential election
Returns from the State show a large in
The Democracy of the United States
•fOenl P«|ier for Jackui, Jearphiie è Lttkr. were beaten by the loss of New York, the crease in the Democratic vote in every were canvassed by Henry Klippel, Coun
ty Clerk,Justice Huffier and Recorder Nu-
votes of which they had a right to expect. county in the Slate aud that the average
NOVEMBER 12. 1880 With the Empire State Hancock would Republican majority last June has been nan last Saturday, and tlio following de
clared as the result:
have been elected, having carried New cut down two-thirds. This is exceedingly
T ub Republican National Committee Jersey, Nevada and California, the votes Complimentary to the gallant Democracy, Precincts.
backed th* r*pudiatirni*U of the Souta. ! of which, in connection with those of the win > worked against great odds. Not a dol A pplegnte...............
Ashland-’................. ... 164
Big Butte............ .
T ub Tiros doe* not deny any one his States coneeded to the Democrats, would lar but that subscribed by patriotic citizens Chimney
honest title, w* would inform our solici have been six mor* than necessary. There of the State was used by the Democrats, Evans Creek.........
^>1o nl<l i li <»•
¡was lost to the Democracy. The infa-■' while against them was arrayed the entire Flounce Kock........
Lr Mr. Garfield will mak* as good a mous course of John I. Davenport in
re- i brigade of Federal office-holders, backed Grant’s Pass.........
President a* his friend* claim he will, no fusing registration to a large number of by a great electiou fund. Our substan 1 Jacksonville......... ... 256
24 L. S. P. MARSH, Proprietor.
on* can complain. We sincerely hope w* ¡voting Democrats and the questionable tial gains under these circumstances are Little Butte.......... . ...
have been disappointed iu him, for the means before employed by the Republi-1 more than gratifying and show that M auzan ita.............. ...
o 4 I.L KINDS OF PLANING, MOULD-;
good of the country, at least.
can managers in Indiana did the work in Oregon cannot always be classed as a re Rock Point............. ...
15 /\ ing, Turning, Circular and Scroll Saw
! a great measure. The vote of many lo liable Republican State. To the Multno Sterl ingv i 1 le...........
It DRIVES INTO the aysiem curative
T hb new Hous* of Representatives will
and healing purpose«.
36 FURNITURE A ORNAMENTAL CARV
be v*ry dos*, and the few Greenbackers
It DRAW'S FROM the diseased parts the
poison that causes death.
elected will probably hold the balance of
Tlioiivantla Teatify to it* Vlrtuea.
power. It is not certain that th* Repub-
Totals................... ... 1063
ing constantly on hand and made to order.
liean* will hav* a clear majority in any
Total vote cast, 1,811.
YOU CAN BE RELIEVED AND
■ lyn also had their effect, and it is open- i carried it by over 1,100 in June. Linn
Democratic maj ority, 322.
I ly charged that John Kelly and Hugh Mc- and Umatilla also responded nobly, while
F bom th* great fuss th* Republican j Laughlin, the notorious political bosses, gains in Marion, Lane and other counties
don’t despair until you have tried thia Sen
ill kindsol building«. When <le«ir ble to
pres* makes over Democratic charge* of sacrificed the National ticket for the suc are reported. Southern Oregon again candidates for Elector, was scratched by th ise emploi ing me, I will furni«h all the sible, Easily Applied and RADICALLY
EFFEC'I'U A L Reineily.
ina'erial required for the construction of
fraud and corruption in New York, any cess of their local candidates and the pa achieves the honor of being the most reli three persons in Table Rock precinct.
Sold by Druggist«, or sent by mail on re
Three votes were cast at Uniontown for •my build.ng, ready for occupancy.
ceipt of price, $2, by
on* would suppose there was some foun tronage they control. Mr. Tilden receiv able Democratic stronghold, giving the
L. S. P. MARSH.
dation for them. “A guilty conscience ed almost 30,000 majority more in those ' Hancock electors at least 550 majority. the Weaver electors, Smith, Butler and
The “Only” Lung Pad Co.,
B**da no aocuser.”
cities than did Gen. Hancock, and, as Taken altogether, the Democracy of the
RATIONAL I 1(1.4 I Vf r..>T ASI> POM-
T ub Republican journals forget to in Gen. Garfield receives less than 20,000 . State have good cause for self-congratu-
Sen 1 for Testimonials and our book,
TIVK < 1 'BIB
form us of th* whereabout* cf th* l,u00 plurality in the whole State, this shrink , lation, and must be complimented for
“Three Million.« a year,” sent free.
seek for,and those who
majority they boasted Garfield would age alone was sufficient to defeat our can- their good work iu the interests of Re-
i resort to Dr. Pierce’s Family Medicines are
gat here. Had the Indiana election I didates. We did remarkably well outside union anil Reform. Such patriotic ef- ¡not doomed to disappointment. So po«i-
resulted favorably to the Democracy, of these large cities, where the Republi fort» cannot but have their results, and i tively efficacious is his Favorite Preserip-
i lion in all cases of female weaknesses, ner-
it is safe to say a Democratic victory cans claimed enormous gains on account we will not be surprised i f Oregon is | vous an<l other derangements incident to
would also have been scored iu this State. of their colonization schemes. But their not entirely redeemed before 1884.
| tho sex, that this potent remedy is sold tin-!
T ub Republican managers complain artifice was most successful where it
¡Pierce’s Memorandum Hook (given away |
far as cun be ascertained:
by druggists), or see the wrappers of the j. h . kusse :; l , pbcpbietob . I
that W. H. Barnum and John Kelly want least feared.
to steal the electoral vote of New York. Be
W aseca , Mitin., April 5th, 1879. I
the Baker.......... ........
D r . R. V. P ierce . M. D :
that as it may, they are dumb on the fact
claims of John Kelly to the leadership of
Dear Str:—I feel that I should be neglect- ■ rpiIE UNDERSIGNED, BEING STA-
that they did steal 19 votes from Mr. Til
my duty were I to fail tn giving my , 1 tinned at Ashland again, lias turned his
. . ,
den in 1876 in order to give Mr. Hayes any portion of the Democracy, and he was Coos............ • • • • •
testimony as tothe value of your medicines, entire attention to tlie
ignored at Cincinnati. He defeated the Jackson
for years I have been a great sufferer from '
• • •
the requisite majority of on*.
----- ARRIVING AT-----
a complication of chronic diseases which ■
Democratic tieket in New York last year Currv..........
How th* Republican* can elect their to wreak a personal spite on Mr. Til Douglas.. . .
using your Favorite Prescription and find ■
myself almost well. Your medicines have) ami is fully prepared to fill all orders in
Oovsrner in Tennesse*, com* near carry den, and gave the Republicans their first Polk ..........
Umatilla . . . ..........
done me more good than anything I have this line with neatness and dispatch and a !
ing Virginia, and make substantial gains hold on that State. He is an ulcer on the Yamhill.. ..
1 remain, gr ttefullv votirs,
prices to -uit the times.
Mrs. E. B. PA RM A LEE.
of Congressmen in th* “Solid South,” Democratic party and the sooner it gets Lake............ ..........
MON I ’ M ENTS, TA BLETS, 11E A I,ST()NES
when they ar* not allowed to vote there, rid of him and his Brooklyn confrere, Washington
Executed in any description of marble.
Hugh McLaughlin, the better. The De
J. N. B eck , of T oledo , O hio , says: My Every variety of cemetery and other stone
according to their own campaign claptrap, mocracy can rely on New York State when Linn............ ..........
work executed in a satistaetory manner.
Pad,” could not sleep nights on a<-< ount of ( Special
COMPRISING A FULL LINE OF
is a oonundrum that perplexes u*. There it is rid of such marplots.
given to orders from any
Clatsop........ ........ .
his violent coughing. Since wearing it "lie j part ot attention
is a disagreement of evidence somewhere.
Josephine . . ..........
lias slept soundly every night. See ad ver-;
J. H. RUSSELL, Ashland, Or.
A 0AMPAIGN OF SECTIONAL PREJU Columbia ..
U matilla covkty , it seems, walk* off
with the banner Jackson ha* sturdily
NEW THIS WEEK.
The T imes has all along deprecated
borne aloft for so long, giving Hancock
and English 339 majority, or 17 more the unwarranted abuse of the Southern Marion........
than we do. We are loth to part with it, people and the appeal to sectional preju Union.......... ..........
LHtOM THE FARM OF THEI’NDER-'
bat accord to the gallant Democracy of dice by the Republican orators and press,
Totals.... .......... 1985
i of the 5i li,four Imrses—a bay marc wit li bull,
Umatilla the fall meed of praise for their which seemed to be the only stock in
Republican majority, 461.
I branded.J. M., two eieam-c.dotvd horses,
efficient work in th* good cause. They trade they had. To the discredit of the
[ one with light mane and tail, the other with i
gain 191 over the Jane majority, which is people of the North it may be said that
' lark mane and tail, ami a bay horse brand 1VE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEB i LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
! but the estimates are carefully made and ed J. N. T. connei-ted. A liberal reward | ’ V and complete stock of Millinery goods,
indeed a glorious result.
be paid for their recovery or for any ; consisting of
fect. Any calm, dispassionate observer I will not be much out of the way. We ; will
FANCY GOODS, HATS, <fcc.
As an illustration of the lavish ex will bear witness to the fact that the doubt that Garfield’s majority will go
J. N. T. MILLER.
HATS OF ALL STYLES.
Jacksonville, Nov. 11, 1880.
penditure of money by the Republican Southern States never were more peacea i over 500, and it may not reach 450.
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managers, it is stated on apparently good ble, prosperous and patriotic than they
anthority that they spent about $2,000,- now are, and the onslaughts of the
000 in Ohio and Indiana in October. The unscrupulous Republican politicians were
profit of this investment was most plainly not only unpatriotic and libelous in a,
shown in November, for there is no dis high degree, but a gross insult to an en
puting the fact that the result of the elec lightened portion of the Union. Instead signed by His Excellency, Governor
tions of the previous month had much to of th*r* ever being a liability of the 1 Thayer:
ORNAMENTS, SILKS, LACES,
do with the success of Oarfield and Ar- South rebelling again, it would seem ! S. B. 12—To provide the compensation
ALL TO BE SOLD AT
! of the sheriffs and clerks of the counties
ihur on th* 2d. More’s the pity.
more likely that she would be expelled • of Linn, Lane. Jackson, Benton, Yamhill,
from the Union or converted into an Marion, Douglas, Coos,Curry,Clackamas,
I t take* all the glory of a national ▼ic- American Poland by Northern fanatics if Ì Union, Umatilla, Washington and Polk,
Call and we* them at the building former- j I’i’ivossi ZN ever lie
ly occupied by Dr. Robinson on California
tory to make up for the loss of California they believed one tithe they give utterance and to prescribe the manner in which
and Nevada, our Republican coast cotem- to. The whole truth is that the managers such compensation should be paid.
poraries seem to think. The Chinese have presumed on the intelligence of the
agement and maintenance of cemeteries
question will in time make the Pacific
American people and frightened the
Coast as solidly Democratic as the Southern weak into the belief that Democratic as *S. B. 9.7 "
For the protection of the Ore-
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
States, for no relief can be expected there cendancy was synonymous with domina ! gon State Agricultural Society, an I for
from as long as th^^tepublican party tion of actual secessionists, gaining a i the promotion and encouragement of ag-
always Cures and never disap
I ricultural and horticultural societies.
rules. Time will prove that Mr. Oar number of votes by the most questionable
points. Tho world's great Paia-
S. B. 105—To regulate the measurement
Reliever for Man and ¡Beast.
field’s sentiments were expressed by the 1 means, viz: The vilification of a large i of lumber in the log, and fix the compen
Cheap, quick and Tollable.
Morey letter, whether he wrote it or not. and respectable portion of our common sation therefor.
XIGAV O < >O DS ! !
H. B. 100—An act to amend section 1«.
country. They may think no more of I title 3, chapter 57, miscellaneous laws of
Tn New York World thus comments
1 Oregon, relating to the assessment
Keeps constantly on hand a lull aasortmen
on the rsüsaltof the election in that city, their campaign against fraternal unity ; property and the levy and collection of
of furniture, consisting of
by which th* John Kelly faction gave the until the approach of another election taxes.
is not Narcotic. Children
State to th* Republican* and th* Presi- shall be a signal for its repetition. We
H. B. 4—An act to provide for the con
d*ney to Garfield: “N*w York ha* secur predict that before that their arrant hy struction of a brick insane asylum lniild-
and Physicians recommend
pocrisy shall have been fully proven and ing for this State, to levy a tax and appro-
ed a Democratic eity government, which th* voting masses become more chary of
C ASTORIA. It regulates the
i priate money therefor.
HUIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
is so far a good thing; bat it remains to and less susceptible to the artifice of the
1 ure in announcing to the public that he
IJowcls, cures YVind Colic,
H. B. 58—An act to authorize each of
STANDS, SOFAS LOUNGES,
has just received a complete and first-class
b* seen whether New York could not hav* most accomplished political tricksters the the several circuit judges of this State to
allays Feverishness, aud de
assortment of Gent’s Furnishing Goods,
I hold courts and u ake orders to be enforc
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
s*cared thia at less cost than 35 electoral world ever knew.
such as Hats, Shirts, Underwear, etc.; best
votes, which, added to 138 from the South,
brands of Cigars and Tobacco; Pijies, No
Frauds in New York.
H. B. 94—An act to create aud organize
Fancy Goods, Glassware, Crockery,
9 from New Jersey and 3 from Nevada,
a school for deaf mutes.
Musical Instrument«, Bird <’ages. Station
There is no doubt but what fraud was 1 H. B. 48—An act to prevent the spread
not to mention California, would have
ery, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Album«,
WEI DE MEYER’S CA
Also Doors, Sash and Blinds always on i Toy«, Candies, Nuts, etc., which will be sold
practiced in New York to bring about the ing of contagious and infectious diseases
•leeted Hancock President.
hand and made to order. Planing done on | at the cheapest rates. Give me a call and
TARRH Cure, a Constitutional
I result of the recent Presidential election. among sheep.
Undertaking a spe see for yourselves.
S. B. 44—To define and establish the
T hb Republican managers of Oregon But whether it can b'e proven strongly 1 boundary lines between the counties of
dy, by Absorption. Tho most
Important Discovery since Vac
lay all the crimes in the category at the enough to warrant the reversal of the an- I Josephine and Currv.
cination. Other romodies may
HUNTERS’ EMPORIUM READY FOR BUSINESS
door of the Democracy, arrogating to nouncement made by the Associated Press
S. B. 29—Requiringconntyclerks,slier-
relievo Catarrh, this cures nt
themselves the virtues of a biblical saint. | dispatches that the Garfield electors had
any stage before Consumption
They neglect to tell that they printed the been chosen in that State, is a mooted I annual returns to the Secretary of State
of all fees and emoluments earned by
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE
Greenback tickets for the State, however, question. The Democratic State Central i them, and of the expenses of conducting
(•ven getting the names of two of the Committee of New York has issued the their offices.
S. B. 22—To protect salmon.
candidates for «lectors wrong) in the | following address in relation to this mat
S. B. 26—Granting the Oregon Railway
hop* of cajoling opponents of Garfield and ter:
its successors Iu the matter of (be estate of Chas. Brown,,
Arthur into giving them half a vote. Re- ! W hereas , It appears that at the recent and assigns, the light of way through
TILL COMMENCE MANUFACTUR-
publican rascality is always excusable in e'e*‘t*on
*;as l,et’n lands of the State of Oregon, and necessa I yroricE is hereby given that
ing flour on
. .. .
i . . ,
cast m certain localities, largely m excess
LI the undersigned has been appointed i
th* eyes of th* immaculate leaders, but of
iega[ vote as determined by the re- ry grounds for stations,depots,side-tracks, j I bvthe
HO SO AY. SEPT 20, 1*80.
D*mocratic chicanery iu any form is p*r- ceut census taken under the direction of turn-tables, and water stations.
i Oregon, sitting in Prnba'e, .Administrator,
¡of the estate of Cha«. Brown, deceased.
the general Government; therefore
We arc prepared to do all kinds of Custom
All persons indebted to said est’te are re- :
Resolved, That it be the duty of the title 1, chapter 44, miscellanacus laws of
Work, in the wav of exchange of flour for
I t will be n*xt in order for Republican several County Commissioners* of this plies for the penitentiary and reducing i those having claims against the estate will California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon. wheat, choppings teed and grinding corn.
We have superior machinery for manufac
State, and they are hereby requested by
demagogues to declare th* Democratic I the State Committee,toexamiue such cen- salary of the superintendent of the peni I present thoin with the proper vouchers to
turing flour and we feel safe in saying tfiat
we can do bettor work than any mill in
party dead, because it was recenty defeat j sun returnsand make comparison with the tentiary.
I months after the first pubbeation of this!
Rogue River Valley.
ed at th* poll*. This has been the cry | votes recorded as having been polled in 1
In exchange, we will give for good, clean
of spirituous or malt or other intoxicating
for the past fifteen years, during which j the various districts of their county, with liquors upon or within four miles of anv
! wheal, 36 lbs. of flour and 9 lbs. of mixed
Administrator of said Estate HUIE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PRE- i feed tor each bushel.
tims it ha* proven itself a remarkably ; a view of ascertaining the extent of fraud-i premises in this State upon which or over
Dated Nov. s. I «so.
1 pared to furnish tire market with a su
McKENZIE A FOUDRA Y,
ulent voting in this State, and forward I
It* eternal principles immediately such examination to W. H. which the general government may bo en
perior article ot
flourish even in the most adverse hour. Fowler, Chairman Democratic State Ex- 1 gaged in canals or locks or works of a sim DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
Rustic, Flooring, Ceiling,
On the other band, whenever a Demo- ecutive Committee of New York. The ■ 3. B. 2—To amend sections 166and 167,
11’ HERETOFORE anil everything else in this line, all dressed.
eratic President shall take his seat, the unaccountable increase in the Repnbli-I chapter 16, title 1, of the code of criminal rpilECOPARTNERSH
1 existing be'ween J. N. T. Miller ami J. Bills of any size tilled on the most reason
can vote in New York and Kings counties,
Manufacturers and Importers of
mission of th* Republican party will be and plain evidencesof fraud in such votes, procedure.
VV. Ilanmker, for the purpose of doing a 1 able terms. Parties desiring anything in
over. Held together by the cohesive pow demand immediate investigation on the
sion business in Lmkville, Oregon, is this
J. P. PARKER.
How Hancock Took It.
er of plunder, it will drop to pieces when part of the resjiective Democratic organ-
’day dissolved by mutual consent, J. N. T.
Big Butte, Sept. 7th, 1880.
izations of these counties.
Miller retiring and W. H. Horton sueceed-
ever its hold on the public teat shall be
The New York Times (Republican)says i i ing
33 A 35 BATTERY ST.,
Resolved, That all citizens of this State
him. The new firm are authorized to
| collect all debts due the late firm and will
in each and every locality, who favor the
San Francisco, California.
right of the people to popular government,' cock took his defeat: “He seemed the I assume all liabilities of the same.
W b were misled by a telegram received ¡and who believe a fair vo»e and honest
J. N.T. MILLER,
J. W. HAMAKER,
IN am settling up my business and all
just a* the T ims * was going to press last ! count)essential to the perpetuation of our least concerned of any man on Govern
VV. H. HORTON.
or’s Island over the result of the election.
parties owing me must come forward and
REPRF.MF.NTEI» RY M. HOHN.
week into announcing that California
November 4, 1880.
square their accounts immediately, as inter
est at the rate of one per cent, per month
hail gone Republican. The latest advices , means in their power ascertainment of
i this result.
before. After breakfasting with his fam
will be charged after this date. I mean
give the State to Hancock and English by
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu ily, yesterday morning, he went to the
business and must have money to meet my
at least 200. The Legislature is claimed tions be forwarded to every Democratic
D. A. COVERT.
Army headquarters, and busied himself
Thoso who are indebted to Phoenix, Oregon, Aug. 20, 1880.
by the Republicans, owing to their great organization in this State.
with his official correspondence. McClel the undersigned by note or
The highest price paid in
majority in the hold over Senate. The
lan called to express his sympathy, and boo!i account are hereby no
The General Result.
cash for wheat by
Democracy gain one Congressman, elect
Hancock's reply was that he was sorry for tified that an immediate set
According to the latest returns, Gar
ing Rosencranz and Berry, and Leach
To other gen
he undersigned , having en -
I the people and the party.
may scratch in by a f«w votes, os he is field ba* received 213 electoral votes and tlemen who called, he said he was willing tlement must be made, as I
tered into a copartnership with J. G.
intend to go East to buy
Birdsey, is desirous of balancing all ac
but little if auv behind 1’aeheoo in the Hancock 15», a majority of 57 for the for to abide by the decision of the people.”
counts, and hereby calls upon those indebt
Fourth district as far us heard from. But mer. The Republicans probably hive a
ICST porting, blasting and giant pow
to him to come forward and settle at once.
G. KAREWSKI. ed
der, stuse, caps and wads at
for the Weaver ticket the Detuociatic small plurality of the popular vote, but
L. P. F isher , Advertising Agent, 21 Mer-
not a majority, as Weaver’s vote will no
majority would have been »evertd thous doubt exceed Garfield’s majority over cham’« Exchange, San Fr inciseo, isauthor- ipoil MINING BLANKS GO THE TIMES ness in charge of an attorney. I mem bus
I i.-wd i« receive advertisements for the <x>l- I
AINTS, OH*, VARNISH, GLASS
O ffice . Copp’s Hand-book of Mining iness.
umus of this p«p«r.
Fiirnilure, Sash, Blinds, Doors
Cures by ABSORPTION, Nature’s Way.
ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS.
NEW GOODS !
Ths Finest Assortment cf
THE NEW MILLINERY STORE
LATEST STYLES & PATTERNS
EVER ERODGHT TO THIS CITY.
Gentlemens’ and Ladies’ Handkerchiefs.
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS.
STEAM FLOURING MILL
ROSENTHAL, FEDER 4 CO.,
BOOTS & SHOES,
l^aw always kept on hand.
Pucefl a *opy
Jacksonville, Nov. 1, 1880.
And all disease»of the Kidneys, Bladder
and Urinary Organs by wearing th*
Improved Excelsior Kidney Pad.
Itixa ntltlEL of HEUISG and RELIKP.
Simple, Sensible, Painless,
It CURES where all else fails. A REVE
LATION and REVOLUTION in Medicine,
Ab-orptioii or direct appli.-ation, ss oppos
ed to unsatisfactory interna) medicines.
.Send for our treatise on Kidney troubles,
sent free, «old by druggists, or sent by
mail, on receipt ot price. $2.
This is the Original and Genuine Kidney
Pud. Ask for it and take no other.
The ’‘Only” Lung Pad Co.,
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REV. LOWELL L. ROGERS, A. M., P hes -
ident ,—Professor of Natural Science,
Mental and Moral Philosophy.
REV. LADRU ROYAL, A. M.,—Professor
of Latin and Greek Languages and Lit
MRS. A. A. ROGERS, P receptrksr ,—■
Teacher of Elocution, Princij»al of Pre
M iSS ELLA M. SCO IT,—Teacher of Piano,
Organ and Vocal Culture.
Miss KATE THORNTON, — Assistant
TUITION.—S*>a month, $15 a quarter, $40
a year. One scholar three years, or three,
in same family, one year, $100. luslrt»-
mental Musicor Voice Culture $5a month.
Vocal music in class
a quarter. Board
$3.50 a week. Rooms or Cottages for self-
boardtiig, $2 to $5 a month. Tuition in all
cases payable in advance in cash or accep
Courses of Study.
E nglish L angvagk and Lrr-
— Reading, Elocution, English»
Grammar, English Analysis and Parsing,
English Composition, English Literature,
Rhetoric, Ancient History, Mediaeval His
tory, Modern History.
ltisiNEss C ollege .—Arithmetic, Book
keeping, Banking, Civ il Government, Com
mercial Law, International Law, Political»
Ei-onoiny, Algebra, Geometry, English
Grammar and Rhetoric.
C ourse in L atin .—J .atin Grammar, Lat
in Reader, C»sar’s (’<» mnientsrie», Virgil,,
Cicero’s Orations, Live, Tacitus, Uieeio d*
C ourse in G keek . —Greek Grammar,
Greek Reader, Anabasis, Greek Testament,
Memorabilia, Homer, ilerodilus, Demc«-
tbenes’ < Irations.
C ourse in M athemi - ticb .—Arithmetic,
Algebra, <»Cometry,Trig» moinetry, Survey
ing, Mechanics, Acousli< » and Optics, As
C ourse in M odern L ai . guages .—French»
Grammar, French Readei . Curinii*, Racine,
German Grammar, Geruu m Reader, Gothe,
C ourse in N atural S ciencks .—Geogra
phy, Phys. Geogr tphy, F hysiolegy. Bota
ny, Zoology, Natural Pb liosophy. Astron
omy, Chemistry, Mineral >gy, Geology.
C ourse in M ental am ■ M oral P hiloso
phy .— Ethics, Paycliologj , la>gie,Esthetic«,
Moral Philosophy. Theia n, Butier’s Analo
gy, t’hiistian Evidence«,
N ormal C ourse . — E; iglish Grammar,
Arithmetic, Geography, Phys. Geography.
Physiology, Algebra, Z< .ology, Ge.rnielry,
Rhetoric, Natural Philo* >phy, Botany, An
cient History, Modern H istory,4'hemislry,
Astronomy, Mental Phil« i-optiy, < ivil tiov-
ernineiit, Book-keeping, English Literature.
Evidences of Christianity , Pedagogic*^
The degrees of A. B. ai
plomas,will tie given inc
pleting the tollowing c
Latin, Greek. M.:th-in it
guage and Literature, A
Philosophy, Modern la
Sciences and Business.
The degree of B. S..with
awarded those completi:
English Langiuige and Li
Languages. Natural Scj
Mental and Moral Philo-o
Diplomas will be present
ing the Normal or Businos
>ur-e to-tbose com
<•«, English lan
lental and Moral
ig the course of
•<! those complet
FIFTEENTH Y EAR.
ST. MARY'S A CADEMY,
THE SISTERS of the J
school will commence *
August, and is divided i
AR OF THIS
bout th* end of
n four s*uions,
of eleven weeks each.
Board and tuition, per tern <........
Bed and Betiding...................
Drawing and painting..........
Piano,........................................ .............. .. .....16.00
Entrance fee, only once,....
SELECT DAY 8< HOOL.
Primary, per terin,............... .............. —6.00
............... .. 10.00
Pupils are received at hit •' time, and s;>e-
cial attention is paid to pari icular studies in
liebalf of children who h ive but limited
time. For further partirai trs apply at the
WING TO A CHANGE
the Eureka Flouring
Mills will stop
on the 1st day of May. Persons
having flour or offal at th, -se mills ar* re-
quested to take it away oi i or before that
time. All persons indebu d to the onder-
signed are hereby notified to come forward
and settle, either with ca«h,
wheat or note,
ax my books must be sqc ired up st that
t . y
PUBLIC NO* TICE.
rpiIE PUBLIC IS HERE
1 that the best of tobaceoi
hereafter be obt lined at t he
Chavner’« bridge on Rogue
extra quality of liquor bv th
• and cigar* can
toll house near
river. Aho an
e quart. Prises
rFHE best carpenter's, w as
I blacksmith’s tools at JC1
iN MILLER S.