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D emocratic times
Tammany on the Warpath.
NEW THIS WEEK.
The Sentinel, smarting under the gen-' The following report was issued from
•ffifinl P»Fr lor Jacksan. Jaxrphinc k Lake. oral rebuke of the public for i.s wanton Tammany Hall on the 26th ult.:
NO MORE PROMISES.
A sub committee of the Committee on
interference with an important criminal
..DECEMBER 17, IMO case while on trial, sori ks to nalliate its Organization of the Tamim.ny Hall Dem- 4 LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO TH I
, , ,
, 1 a-
ocratic Central Committee appointed to A undersigned for wagon work wi>
. crime by further abusing the officer» of investigate fraud, corruption and intimi- please call and settle the same, either bi
No member of the Poland Committee 1 the Court, the Judge himself not escap- ¿ation practiced at the late election, is in note or otherw ise, by the first ot Januaty
need expect any favors from Garfield.
j ing the mud showered. This organ of possession of evidence which clearly dem oi cost will l.e made. My bo >k* must b<
settled by that time.
S. 1’. HANNA.
contempt finds fault with His Honor for onstratea that the Republican vote wa~
Jacksonville, Dee. 10, lS.'-O.
T h « Jackson (Ohio) Herald is one of
forbid'liug the jury from reading its con atic colonization, unblushing bribery ano
the boat exchanges that come to our ta
temptible article of last week, and in- most cowardly intimidation of working
ble. Bro. Gonld is a wheel-horse of the
dnlges in an extravagant burlesque on1 men by their ent plov ers. At tho proper
Démocratie party of Ohio aud renders
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'IO ALI
American froedoin and journalistic priv- ■ time and places these pio >fs will be made x\
persons indebted to the undersigned,
able aervice. ____________
iloges. neither of which, he confesses, be
by note or account, that unless the
Tho snb-committoo believing that a
on or betöre tlie 1st day ol
T he . T imes closes tlie tenth year of it*
great deal of valuable information can be January, paid
1881, they will be placed in tin
existence with tho next issue. It has grown i aforesaid articlo was written with preju- i •«cured through the eo-operuti >u of tht hands oi the proper ollict rs for collection.
public to this end, invite all persons in
stronger as time progressed, and now dicial intent alone, it is not to be wonder possession of any ovidenee of illegal reg Interest at the rate of one percent, will b<
charged on all oebts from this date.
ranks sscond to no interior paper on the ed that its author is nettled liocatiHe of its istration or voting, bribery or intimida
J. A. CHASTAIN, M. D.
Pluenix, Doe. 13, 18S0.
i condemnation bv the Court and its failure 1 tion, to communicate the particulars to
to reach the jury. The only thing for tho Chairman of tho sub-committee at
T here will l>c »n honest count of the (
<>i11tit sent free to those who wish to
which the Judge is to be blamed is his ex Tammany Halt without delay, and in this > «ftkreengage in the most pleasant ami
•lectoral vote this time. The Democrats ♦
wav expose those who have violated the Vgr kzprotitably busim.~s known. Every-
treme graciousnesH. Any other magis ; purity of the elective franchise in ordet
are in th® majority in both hons«« of Con I
new. Capital not required. We a il
trate would have cited the Sentinel man i that deserved punishment may bo en , thing
furni-h you everything. 8‘0 a day and up
gross, which is why the scenes of 1876-7
E hwakd G ii . lom , Chairman,
to appear and punished him for contempt. forced.
wards is easily made without staying awa\
will not b® re-snarted.
T. F. Grady and M. H. Segerson, Secy’s. from home over night. No risk whatever.
This "organ-grinder'' may persist in tho
Many new workers wanted at once. Many
are making fortunes at the business. La
J ohn K blt . y has been given "French course he lias chosen. His utter insig
Tit for Tat.
flies make as much as men, ami young boys
leave" by Mayor Cooper of New York nificance is his safety.
The Protectionists in this country pro and girls make great pay. No one who is
willing to work tails to make more motley
city aad Allen Campbell succeeds him as
fens t< be delighted whan any report overy day than can be made in a week at
Comptroller. Democratic tear« over the
come» from England that there in talk ' any ordinary eniplos ment. Tho-o « bo en-
event are at a premium.
Tho Republican press lias still much there of abandoning a tariff for revenue. ' gageat once will find a short road to fortune.
| Address 11. H ai .I. ij A Co., Portland, Me.
I n 1863. under Republican rule, our to say about the Morey letter, tho writing During the eight mouth» ending August I I
total exports of breadstuff», provisions of which it is endeavoring to lay at the 31st, our exporta of breadstuff» and prï>- I
and animals wore $ 178,973,000; in 1880, I door of the Democratic managers. The visiona to England amounted to $282,-
UP BY TI1E UNDERSIGNED.
under Democratic policy,they were $430,-! forgery was perpetrated by the Truth 507,707. Suppose England had levied ! WAKEN
1 in tliti precinct of Big Butte, countv of
962,000. Quite a difference.
newspaper, and the only connection the retaliatory and prohibitory duties on i Jackson, Slate of < >regon, on t he 25t li day of
I Democratic Mationnl Committee hail with breadstuff's to “protect home industry,’ ' Noveniher, 1 “SO, t wo mat es, viz : Ono a bay,
ll'j hands high, left hind fi mt wliitk
I f the thousands of Christian men who | wajj that, believing in its authenticity, where would our Protectionists staml? I I I about
up to the pastern joint. 3’he other a sorrel,
went zealously into the late political cam-| t|iov cjren|ateJ it as an electioneering A little taste of something of that kind
,ll'.i'r.‘,‘1,,S|l“1’;,l.',’ , i 'inali brown spot on
thigh, an 1 small white star on forc-
paign would give the sama time, atten- | car
___ ,j . They conveniently lose sight of would open the eyes of the peoplo and each
head, . N’t» artificial marks or brands pt1;--
tioo and sympathy, zeal and labor in the I the fact that all the Republican nows- sicken them of Protection.
<a»ivalile on either. Age* not known sup
posed to be unbroke. Breecliy. 'The bay
enuae of religion, what a revival there papera jn the land published a dispatch
appraised at $15, and the sorrel at Sgt), on
from Cardinal McCloskey in the begin
the 1 Ith day of 1 leeember by W. H. Barker,
‘Justice of the Peace. Owner will prove
D avid D avis , of Illinois, »ava he i« a
R. B. Hayes’ last niossage lia* beer ‘ , property, pay charge*, and take them
DAVID DUN LAI*.
Democrat, and will vote w ith that party in congratulating him on his nomination. submitted to the country and is gotten up . away,
the Banate on all < questions when he | The dispatch was a wicked forgery, in- on tho samo plan as his former efforts in
thinks it right. This destroys all Repub- tended to excite the religious prejudices this line. There is nothing startling or
’ bean hope of controlling the next U. S. of Protestants against Hancock, by mak brilliant about it. Mr. Hayes does not
ing it appear that he was a Catholic. rise far above mediocrity, but ho has prov
Senate. Hine illae larrimae.
Cardinal McCloskey denied writing any en himself a good, harmless sort of a
OaBFiHrn’a plurality in Oregon is 6C4. aueh dispatch and it afterward» appeared
man. His administration could have
but his majority is only about 430. It , that Hancock was an Episcopalian. Thu«
been much worse. We »hall refer to the
is evident Oregon isn't so reliable a Re the Republican campaign was inaugu
message at greater length hereafter.
pnbliean State but what a popular candi rated by lies and forgery.
date for a State offico on the Democratic
Facts and Figures.
Eternal and Bight.
ticket can be elected frequently.
From 1871 to 1875—five years inclusive
The grand old Democratic party eon- |
F ifteen of the 45 collieries of the Phil
—the reduction of the public debt was
adelphia and Reading company have sus trolled the affairs of this country for up- | 8156,953,000; from 1876 to 1879—four
pended for D< ceml»er, and 3,000 men are wards of sixty years, and has had an ex years—the reduction was $170,615,000 a
out of work. Is this the first wave of the istence for over a hundred. To-day there ' difference of $13,762,000. Am.1 this great
grand business boom our Republican are a quarter of a million more Demo- | er reduction of debt was affected at a time
friends promised us before the Presiden cratic voters in the United States than be- \ when the Democratic Congress bud re
loug to any other party. The funeral of I
duced the taxes §219,615,000.
the party has l>een preached for the past
T h « Sentinel'» vulgar attack this week twenty years, and the supposed corpse
NOW WELI. AM» STKOMi.
on Judge Hanna is on a par with its in laid low under the dials of the valley—
S hipman , Illinois.
tuiting reflections last week on the jurors but it will not stay dead. The eternal Dr. R. V. P ierce , Buffalo, N. Y.:
and witnesses in the first trial of Dr. Co principles of Jefferson and Jackson will ■ bear Sir— 1 wish to state that my daugli
ter, aged IS, was pronounced incurable am!
vert. The source being considered, it live so long as there is a democratic form was. fast tailing, as the doctors thought,
j A k a v la l
Z J« t
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will hardly receive even passing attention, of government. When that perishes aud ' wiih consumption. I obtained a half dozen
bottles of j our Discovery tor her ami slw
as it is entirely too contemptible.
liev iti'g rciiift'oe... They hei.l,
a "strong government" is established, commenced improving nt once, a.id is now
soothe and cure Iliirnn,
SrHRŒDEJt, son-in law of Rev. Horatio the country will liavo no need of a Demo- , last Fall.
Very truly vouis,
Vt'onnds, V.'cak Baek and
R ev . 1. N. AL GUSTIN.
Stebbins, wlio was tried at Oakland, Cal., cratic party—its mission will be at an end.
ism upon ’Znn, and
last week for the killing of Dr. Lefevre, Until then, the principles of Democracy
Pills ot Mullil Gold
Sprains, Galls mt.I Lameness
was acquitted. The jury was out 69 I will be found in tho fore ranks ooutesting : Are not worth as much to tho victim ot
•:po:i I’er.sts. Cheap, quick
Dyspepsia or Biliousness a* Dr. Mintie’s
hours ibis is another instance where for supremacy.
English Dandelion Liver and Dyspepsia
the killing of a man for debauching an
Pill. It clears the liver of lule, tone* up tin
sto.nach, clear* foul breath, coated tongue,
other's wife is considered justifiable hom
pain in the side or back, water brash, gtd i
The Roseburg Independent Las it from , diness, rush of blood to the head, pimple*,
EPURT3 of di..< in" I; •reus,
reliable and in every way trustworthy i sallow complex ion; is sugar-coated, aud n<
Crae’.’ir.;« k al;: • ia G.o
D«L« mf . pa ' Panama canal will no
or oilier mineral in it. For ->ai< I
Ixeud, Fetid I.rcii’ Ii, DoeJ'r’.css,
sources that the Oregon and California I I mercury
by ail druggists.
«lonbt be constructed, as subscription« i
and any CatairLa! Complaint,
Railroad Company's managers are now
to the enterprise aro large and in
can bo cxtoi’.uiriatcd by "Wei Do
engaged in figuring upon the cost of
Meyer's Catarrh Cu.ro, a Consti
creasing. American capitalists aro in
tho Kidneys ami Bladder always fol
building fifteen miles of new road, com- Of
tutional Antidote, by Absorp
lows the u*e of tbegreat Bueliu Compound,
vesting liberally. Tho success of the ca
tion The most Important Dis
menoing next Spring. Whether the road I “Dr. Mintie’s Nephreticuin.” Bright’s Dis-J
nal would lie a great scientific triumph, as
covery siuce Vaccination.
will go directly south and toward Jack
P kivatk D iseases are quickly cured by it. i
well as being the inauguration of a new
sonville we are not altogether advised; For Leucorrluea it lias no (‘qua’. Don't be I
era of transportation.
but our information and opinion leads us persuaded to take any other preparation.
Every one who has tried it recommend* it.
T h « eternal fitness of things will be to bolievo that fifteen miles of new road For sale by all druggists. l’rice$l a bottle,
12 V 1C fl 5 V 1 5< > 2 » V
consummated when Colfax, the smiler, is win be constructed in Douglas county or six bottles for kt.
invited to take a seat in Gen. Garfield’s | noxt J«»r. We also learn, from the same
A < Alli».
----- GOES TO-
To all who are suffering from the errors i
Cabinet. There would also be much con 'source, that the company is ready and
■isteacy mingled with the transaction. . willing to construct a line of railroad to and in lis'Totion ot youth, nervous weak-
Schuyler will now consider his exile from I any permanent coal vein, the value of ths ness, early decay, loss of manhood, ,tc„ 1
For Goods usually fiumi in a
will send a recipo that will cure von FREE
public service at an end, since his col product of which will command a general UF CHARGE. 'This great remedy was1
demand and will supply that demand.
league has been so highly honored.
discovered by a missionary in South Amer
Abb THROAT DISEASES
A mbarg « me « th are in progress at
Washington to discharge every depart
ment clork who declared for Hancock or
intimated an ad mi ration for the late Dem
ocratic caudidate. Republican organs
• »y that John Hherman repeiktelly com
mitted the awful heresy of awarding clerk
ships in his Department to doubtful Re
T he situation in Ireland continues
threatening. Evictions of Irish tenants
in portions of Ireland regularly go on,
notwithstanding the intense cold and very
inclement weather, aud tho Government
protects the evicting officers with troops.
The inhuman eonduet of some of the
landlords causes great suffering and often
deaths, and the people are growing more
ica. Send a self-addressed envelope to the j
R ev . J oskpu T. I nman , Station I), Awe
BE BELIEVED AND
— of —
ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS.
TO 8RLECT FROM IN
Any One Store in Southern
Oregon or Northern
ALL FOB, CASK!!
HIRE UNDERSIGNED, BEING STA-
tinned at Ashland again, has turned his
entire attention to tho
COMPRISING A FULL LINE OF
FALL I WINTER DRY-GOODS,
and is fully prepared to fill all order* in
this line with neatness and dispatch and a
prices to 'tut the times.
I j ADIES’ DRESS GOODS, CASHMERES
MON I' M EN’l’S, TA BLETS, 1J EA I .STON Fb
, AND DIAGONALS, SILKS AND
Executed in anv description of marble.
SA I INS, BOOTS i SHOES,
Every variety ot cemetery and other stone
work executed in a satisfactory manner.
Special attention given to orders from aijj-
part oi Southern Oregon. Address
J. H. Rl’.'s.'sELL, Ashland, Or.
Thn Fiiipcl ^crrtnipnt nt
I liu i liiQul t < ve U! uilbh i ul
LADIES’ CALIFORNIA-MADE CLOAKS
MRS. F P. PRIM.
MISS ELLA PRIM.
FANCY GOODS, HATS,
THE NEW MILLINERY STROE.
----- Of THE------
LATEST STYLES X PATTERNS
UTE CALL THE ATTENTION OF TIIM
! i .
hidjc* to the taut that we have now on
hand the largest and l>c*t ‘•elected assort
ment <>• L A I >1 ES’ DRESS GOODS a ml F X N-
l< X (>O< »I»."* ot every description in Southern
’Oregon,and we will henceforth make this
line of goods our specialty and sell them at
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
llTE HAVE Jl’ST RECEIVED A NEW
To the gentlemen we will say, it yen
tv alni complete slock of Millinery goods, want a No. 1 Si l'T < )!•'<' I .< •’!’11 Es y mi must
i go to Reames Bros. t<> buv it, as weclaim to
j have the best STOCK < »F CLOTHING
HATS OF ALL STYLES, Jackson county and will allow no one to un-
■ lersell ti*.
These goods were all purchased by anient-
I her of our til in from I I RsT < I.As.S Hol’S-
fea hi rs
1 I.S in San T iancisco and New York, and we
I will warrant every article and sell them
i cheaper tor cash than any house in county.
XX e also keep on hand a full stock ol
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY.
Í <>!•<» ¡ Jc:i ml < >i‘.
NEWM AN FISH Ell.
ORNAMENTS SILKS, LACES,
1 and Ladies’ Handkerchiefs.
LATEST ARRIVALS Gentlemens
Call and see them at the lutildiiic former
ly occupied by Dr. Robinson on California
< ; <
OCR STOCK CONSISTS OF
r n p m a m n. g p e
l’íá £ Ei u ! i! K s s S C E» 5
M m . H ayes , in his message to Congress,
from the very start. No one can fail who is
willing to work. Women are as successful
lias a kind word to say in bohalf of the | The East Oreyonian, published in Urna- . as
men. Bovs ami girls can earn large
harbor of refuge, which fell to Port Or- I Lila county, which challenged Jackson sums. Many have made at the business
ford. He calls tho attention of Congress 1 eo,,nb L>r the first position in the Demo I over one humiretl dollars in a single week. I
Nothing like it ever known before. All
te the ftv-t that a larger appropriation is cratis column of Oregon, says: Jackson who engage aro surprised at the ease am) I
necessary to commence the enterprise, as county wears the laurels again for the rapidity with which they are able to make POOI/S NEW HALL.
natural facilities are few. It is to Ite hop i good work done for Hancock and English i money. You can engage in this business
your spare time at great profit.
ed that Congress will attend to this matter at the late election, giving a Democratic during
You do not have to invest capital in it. We
EAGLE PO.I XT,
promptly,so that 1881 may witness at least majority of 322. Umatilla carries the take all the risk. Those who need ready
a commencement of this important work
money, ihould write to us at once. All fur
standard on this side of the mountains, | nished
Address T im e A Co.,
On New Year’s Eve. Dec. 24 th.
Augusta, Me. ,
T h « .Vetr Northtresl plumes itself on tho ' however, with 285 to her credit. We
pa-ssags of the woman «uffrage resolu-1 greet our sister county in all friendship
tion by the late lamented Legislature. and generous rivalry, challenging her to
rnHE ITNDERSTGNEJ) TAKES RLE\S-
1 ure in announcing that lie will give a
We wish that journal all the joy possiblo.
Those who are indebted to Grand
at his new hall on Now Year’s
It will prove ephemeral at most. While jority was increased 137 over the June elec the undersigned by note or Eve, to Ball
which everybody is invited. The
our legislators were tickling Madame' tion. By-the-way, who beats Pendleton book account are hereby no best of music and supper will be provided.
Duniway with this little straw they well precinct with its 147 majority ?
tified that an immediate set New Year's Eve festivities will precede the
knew that the people would consign the '
tlement must be made, as I partv. Come one! Come all!
proposed amendment to the Constitution I
Old Issues Revived.
AR I II R POOL.
intend to go East to buy
to a haven of rest when the proper time
Abraham A Willis of Roseburg have goods, and must have money.!
OYFUL NYtvn for Boy« an*! Girls !!
Yount; an I Ohl!! A NEW l.N.
brought the Canyon road case into Court
/VENTION just patented for them,
T he name of our fellow townsman, C.
for Home uae ’
again, although it has been decided
C. Beekman, is again prominently men
Fri t and Scroll Sawing, Turning,
against them in different phases. This
Boring, Prilling,Grinding, I’cliihing,
tioned in connection with the Republiean
Screw Cutting. Price $5 to S50.
time they wish a decision that Fink A I
Send 6 cent« f->r IGO pages.
nomination for Governor in 1882. ’Tis1
ll those knowing themselv es
BPHRAIM DKOWN, Lvwtui, AUsa.
G izley Lave no right to collect toll on
indebted at Bilger’s Hardware Store
rather early for political incubation, but!
the samo. They evidently intend to car
are hereby notified to come forward and
ths wires are already being laid by the
ry it to the Supreme Court, hoping that settle immediately, as the books must be 7'Ll’TING machines, polishing irqns-
Portland ring. As the Republicans have
squared by the 1st of January, 1881. Bus
clothes wiingers, wire clo!lies lines
while this body seems unwilling to re iness is meant.
and scrubbing brushes at
a better show for success than when
view1 the decision of its predecessor in the
B--ek. ran before, we fear he is not on the
EST assortment of bolts, screw s, t ti e and
alate. No man from Southern Oregon
<‘<qq>er rivets, rasps, file*, pinchers,
) EST porting, blasting and giant pow-
need apply, only when there is a good this in appreciation of services rendered
nippors, tong» and hammers, at
J der, stuse, caps and wads at
during the canvass last Spring.
chance to be beaten.
HUIE ' SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF Tills
1 sell hoot will commence about the end of
August, and is divided in four sessions,
of eleven weeks each.
Board and tuition, ¡»er term,........... .
Bed and Beddiiig....................................
Drawing and painting..........................
Entrance fee, only once.....................
SELECT DAY SCHOOL
Primary, ja r ter............................................. $ fi.oo
LUMBER FOR EVERYBODY!
6 Miles Sentii ot Jacksonville.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE
FULL LINE OF ASH LAND GOODS,
Farm and Freight Wagon«.
Flews, Gang Plows & Sulky Plows.
ROAD TO SUCCESSI
MAKING YOUR PURCHASES
Pupils are received at anytime, :«id spe
cial attention is paid to particular studies in
behalf of children who have but limited
time. For further particulars applv at the
We are prepared to do all kinds of < 'tiMont
Work, in the way of exchange ot tlour for
wheat, choppings feed ami grinding corn. IS NOW UNDER FULL HEADWAY
We have superior mtchinerv for manufac I 1 and is prepared to furnish the market
turing flour and vvefeel safe in savinuthat with every description ot lumber of a stipe
we can do better work than any null in nor quality at the lowest rates. Bills sawed
Rogue River X’alley.
to order and satisfaction guaranteed.
In cxi-liange. we will give for good, clear
All orders addressed to us al Jackson
wheat, 3f> lbs. of tlour and 9 lbs. of mixed ville will receive promnt attention.
feed ioreach bushel.
FIELDS A PARKS.
M c K enzie .t For dray ,
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GLASSWARE,
In fact everything from the finest nsvdlo
to a threshing-machine. Give us a call and
judge for yourselves as to <>ur capacity of
MARY’S ACADEMY. I furnishing goods as a box e.
’The wav to make money is to save it. To
save it buv cheap. To buy cheap pay ( A5II
for your goods and buv- of
SISTERS of the HOLY
HUNTERS' EMPORIUM !
STEAM FLOURING MILL
Ever Known in a Regular Business,
bi : l it.->ir. meh
FIRST-CLASS VARIETY STORE
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
AHEAD AS USUAL!!
The “Only” Lung Pad Co.,
lii.TRi:! r, Micli.
Sen I for Testimonials and our book,
‘Three M ill ions a year,” sent free.
rpiIE I'NDERSIGN’ED TAKES PLEAS-
I iire in ann<iiiiii’ing to th«1 public t hat he
h:i* ju*t receixeii i I’ouiplet«1 and fiist-cla*s
assortment of Gent's Furnishing Goods,
WHERE HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED sin-li as I lais. Shuts, U ndrrwear, etc.; best
vv a large assortment of
brands of Cigars and'Tobacco; Pipes, No
tions, Fancy Goods, Glassware, ( -ockeiv-,
Musical Instrument*. Bird <'ages. Station
ery, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Album*,
Tovs, Candies, Nuts, etc., w hich will lie sold
at the cheapest rates, (five me a call and
BOOTS A siloES,
see for yourselves.
HA IS, C Lt »THING,
F. B REC KEN FELD.
NEW YEAR’S BALL
It CURES where all else fails. A REVE
LATION ami REVOLUTION in Medicine.
Absorption or direct application, a* oppos-
Don't despair until you have tried this Sen- ed to unsatisfactory internal medicines.
s:ble, Easily Applied ami RADICALLY
Send for our treatise on Kidney troubles,
EFFE! TU XL R< iiiedy.
sent free. Sold
by druggists, or sent bv
Said by Druntrisls, or sent by mail on re
mail, <>n receipt of price.
ceipt of price, $2, by
'This is the tIriginal and Genuine Kidney
The “Only” Lung Fad Co., Pad. Ask for it and take no oilier.
A ild it
Colonel J. W. Forney, who has b««n York City.
Grant's stannehost friend, and one of his
Nir A«ll«y ( ooper'i
most ardent admirers till th» interview» I I VITAL RESTORATIVE—The Great En-
jn which ho endeavored to defame Gen glisli Remed v, ha* made more cures of Ner
eral Hancock, thus speaks now of th® ®x- vous Debility, Spermatorrhoea, Seminal i
Weakness, Lost Manhood, nocturnal emis
I’resident in his Philadelphia Progress:
sions, inability for mental labor, de*poii’h‘n-
T obaccos a cigars ,
"But let tlie past go. Let the dead | cy and other diseases induced by youth-1
CAM »IKS A Nl’TS.
past bury the dead. We now face the fill follies and excesses, than all other med-1
Why will you suffer? i
Also a fine and varied stock of
Empire, and there is but one great force Send
to A. E. Mintie, M. I>., No. II Kear
to meet it, the Democratic ¡»arty. Gar- ' ny Street, San Francisco, for the Restora
field only fills the gap for Grant. I write ; tive and bo cured. Price, $3 per bottle.
this name with a new feeling, that of pro-1 Fonr times the quantity, $10. Try a bottle.
All of w hich will be sold
found regret that one I loved so well i Dr. Mintie treats all private diseases success
should sink so low. First tho defonder fully. Medicine*sent secure from observa- |
Very Clirap For Cash.
of the forgiven South, then its defamer;!
(’all and see for yourselves. No trouble
first eager to honor Hancock for his vir- :
to show goods.
tues, then to hound him as an enemy, I
| /^Outfit furnished free, with full in-
Opp. Post «»tiic«*. Jackson» ill«1.
WILT. COMMENCE MANUFACTUR-
And this is the man who wants to play I
I I B*lructiXns tor conducting t he most
ing flour on
the part of king hereafter.”
■ ^profitable bu*iness that anyone can
engage in. 'The business is so easy to learn,
I» 1 Y. SEP F 20. Isso,
anil our instructions are so simple and
plain, that any one can make great profits
Simple, Sensible,« Painless,
Forney on the Situation.
It is a MARVEL of HElI.IMi and RELIEF.
II ioii - h infs ieslity to Its Virtue«.
E. K. KEAMEa,
Improved Excelsior Kidney Pad.
Il DRIVES iNTO the system curative
agents ami healing purpose*.
It DRAWS FROM the diseased part» the
poison that cau c, death.
Ami all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladdei
and U rinary organs by wearing the
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mum WTTTF-; ■
. G. REAMES.
BY ADOPTING A
UllOM THE FARM OF THE UNDER
signed, near Jacksonville, on the night
ot the .>th,toilr hoises—a bay mare with belI.
j branded J. M., two creani-eolored horse*,
| one with light mane and tail, the other with
dark mane and tail, and a bay horse brand
oil J. N.T. connected. A liberal reward
will be ¡»aid tor their recovery or for any
information leading thereto,
J. N. T. MILLER.
Jacksonville, Nov. 11. 18*0.
J. S. HOWARD'S
yOU WILL FIND THERE
EEES MATERIAL 4 FURNIHING GOODS
Of the Most Popular Styles.
Silks, Satins, I elrets— Plain, Striped and
Brocaded—Larmers Satin, Crinoline,
Sheeting, ilomestic Prints, All the
brands of Hosier*/, tilore»,
Corsets, Lares, Embroid-
cries, lhl/hons, Ruck-
JEWELRY, GROCERIES AND NOTIONS'
TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CUTLERY,
Which will he sold at Lowest Rates
I a ' oi * Onwli
PUBLIC Is HEREBY NOTIFIED
it I lit* bes. of tobaccos and c'lr.'irs can
hereafter lie ol)t lined at t|,p t(,|¡ house near
< haviier's bridge on Rogue river. Also an
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon. extra quality of liquor by the quart. Prices (HHE UNDERSIGNED, having FN-
tered into a copartnership with J. G.
Birdsev, is desin us of balancing al) hc -
; counts, ami hereby calls upon those indebt
ed to him to come forward ami settle at oner.
I tile** a settlement is made within a i-ea-
4 LL PERSONS INDEBTED ".O L. DAN-
I -unable length ot time I will place the bu»i-
j *. lorih, M. ]>., <>n book account art1 re OEVERAL HUNDRED DOLLARS, ON ne*s in charge of an attorney. I mean luis-
quested to come forward and settle oil or t
goo I security. For further particulars ^nesa.
bel<»re tht1 tirst tlay of J.t h uarv. issi^m-their enquire of
J > -k«onriMc. Nov. 1, IKSO.
accounts will be piacisi in the hands of an
I I M FS office. Jackson vilie. f irecon
attoi uey for collection.
)).\ IMS, oils ., VARNISH. Gl
p n howell
A t Co on
X, w "I
Al\<rtisnig Bureau (!0S|>tuu< öt , ubn- advvnl**lua
Jacksonville, Dec. 1, 1880.
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