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Official Paper Tor Jrrkaoo, Jowphinr & Lakr
FK1OAY.................. JANVAIIV 20, IMS.
A nd now they are unearthing
frauds and peculations committed
in the Navy Department under the
pure and sjxdless administration
of Mr. Hayes. Pretty soon they
will strike the Interior Depart
Our (iotemporary ¡slicing hauled
over the coals for his monopoly
tendencies, several of his Republi
can colleagues engaging in this
pastime. Principal among these
is the Salem Statesman, which is
particularly sarcastic at the ex
pense of the St-nfincl.
I t is an odd circumstance, but
nevertheless a true one, that such a
wretch as Guiteau should make
Garfield a hero and a martyr,
Chester A. Arthur a President,
Grant a power liehind the throne,
Blaine a private citizen, Garfield’s
family rich, and Scoville a famous
T he aggregated estimate that
tire present Congress is asked to
appropriate for the different de
partments is placed nt 8310,562,507.
This is some fifty millions in ex
cess of tho amount exjiended in
1881, and doesn't denote that Ar
thur’s administration will lie an
T he political campaign of 1882
Will soon lie inaugurated. The
Democracy has taken the initia
tive and its State Central Commit
tee will meet in Portland on Wash
ington's birthday. As this is not
nn off-year in Oregon, a most ex
citing struggle will no doubt take
place throughout the State.
JrnoE" P outer and Davidge,
Counsel for th* prosecution in the
Guiteau case, have finished their
argument ami the attorneys for
the defense are now being heard.
The fate of tho assassin will lie
known before long. Reed, of his
Counsel, says the jury will hang
and there will not lie another trial,
ns Guiteau will lie a raving maniac
before it can come on.
W hat Mr. T ilden wud about
no|x>tism in his letter of acceptance
in 1876 will apply with force to
the present time. The abuse has
grown since then, ns lie predicted
it would if not checked. It is a
common thing now to find the fam
ilies of leading Republican office
holders drawing aggregate salaries
of from twenty to forty thousand
dollars, and even more, from the
A special hi the Cincinnnati
Commerced says that it has been
definitely ascertained at Washing
ton that the Star-route thieves
stole at least five millions of dollars.
Yet they will never lie punished
and never lie compelled to dis
gorge a cent, though we hear that
a few of the small fry have been
indicted and will probably lie
pushed through some sort of a
trial. Partisans who come down
no lilmrally for tho success of the
Republican ticket are not going to
ho punished very severely by such
spoilsmen as Arthur, Grant & Co.
Tn® jury in the case of J. G.
Rolswon, who murdered J. D.
Robb in cold 1>1< mm I at Astoria last
year, returned a venlict of murder
in the second degree, aud tho de
fendant was sentenced to the peni-
teutiary for life. Rolieson is a rel
ative of Congressman Rols-son,
Grant's Secretary of Navy. Tho
best of legal talent had liven se
cured for him and all that money
Could do was done. If any
One deserved hanging he did, and
it was fortunate for him that Ore
gon juries are averse to capital
O n 'our first page will lie found
an article from the pen of Jay
Beach of Lake county, reviewing
the bill recently introduced in
Congress and which projioses that
the Klamath reservation shall lx'
thrown open to settlement. Mr.
Beach is well informed in the
premises and we believe states the
case accurately ami without preju
dice. There seems to lie a g<Mid
size»} nigger in the wood-pile and
our Senators and Representative
in Congress should lie careful that
they are not imposed upon in press
ing this bill to passage.
RrniEiiTRAi D i>. H a \ f . s , who
drew $200,000 1»elonging f<> »Samu
el J. Tilden, ami saved the most of
it, says ho is too poor to subscrilie
to the Garfield monument. The
rigorous criticism lie is receiving
nt the hands of ln»th the Democrat
ic and Republican pre«« for this
very small act is just and deserved.
dent will lie his epitnph, ami the
only monument wo shall ever see
reared to his memory will be pro
cured through the agency of th»»
money he illegitimately became
|ioMM-s.4ed of as such. When we'
consider this.ean we blame the nig-'
gardliness of the poor fellow?
POTITI» J /, i OEJIESPOS DESTE.
Oregon, Jan. II, 1SS2.
(Y»l. Hurlburt is now pioceoding To the P'HtTi.AXi»,
E ditor or the T imes ;
t»iwnr»l the Klamath river, from th»' My letter to the T ime « sometime sin»»«
Siskiyous, an»! is running prelimi has had the effect of stirring up <|uito a
nary lin<»s on I m »th sides of Ilenley, breeze in ¡»olitical circle«, cMpecinlly
Cal. II»» ex|x»cts to I«' engaged ill among the inembers of that clono cor
this for at least a month.
poration known as tile “State House
Mr. Finley, th«»
P. R. 11. sur Clique;" at lea -t I am led to believe that
veyor, is now working southward such lias been tho effect of my letter, by
along th»' Sacramento river, in sur tho many trips which tho chief of the
veying towards Ri'dding, and in the clique lias made toourcity since tho ap-
pearam-oof that epistle. Humor has it
Spring will commence surveying nos» Dial the tacts brought to light ill my
ag.’.in through Shasta Valley, and letter lia vo also had the effect of opening
in this vicinity, to aseertain th»»1 Itie esesof one member of tho corpora
most feasible rout»» for an easy tion totlie fact that be is likely to be sac-
gra«l«t and shortest distance towards rilieel in order to promote tho nomina
th«» Oregon line. } l;a Journal. tion of “Rocky, the oily-tonguod."
Although tho railroad company Ami let me whisper in your ear, Mr. Edi
has its surveyors in th»' fieltl nnd tor, that rumor is not at fault, as‘»Rocky”
stH'ins to lx» making great preparnt ami h s man Friday have determine i nt
hazards tint lie will till the Secre.
tions to commence th»» ,-xtensionto all
tary of">tato’s office another term without
California, nothing definit«' as to regard to the interests of tho people of
its plans has lx»en furnisln'd th»' the State, the interests of his party, or
public. S»imo are dubious enough the corporation of which lie is the head.
to think that tho work of extending And let me say to you now, that unless a
tho road will not commence for a material change is mado in the -pro
long time. What th»» programme gramme of “Kocky” and his man Fri
is will doubtless s»x»n lx» manifest. day, Mr. E. Hirsi-h, candidate for renom
Homer Harkness of Leland in ination to the oflico of State Treasurer,
forms us that Dois»m’s corps of sur svill meet with ignominious and unde
veyors hnve <livi»lo<l into two par served defeat at tin» hands of tho next
Republiciin State convi-ution. I way “un-
ti«'s, which are
»re still entieavonng
to ' deserved,"
because Mr. Ilirsch has, since
tin«! a practical»!«' pass through the I ■ ln> was elected State Treasurer, estab-
Grav»' creek hills. In this they! i lislu-d a reputation for great affibility
are exjw'riencing «•<insi»lerahl»' tlifii- | of »-hnraeti r and gentlemanly dcp'irt-
cnlty, as the country is r» ugh ami i inent, which has rendered him very pop
till til«» routes so far eXiilnint'il will ular anmng the people, and especially
r«»»]uiro much tr«'stle-work,etc. They alining Democrats whose essential cre»»d
now pr»»|x>s«' running a straight is, that an office i« a trust placed in the
line from Cow creek to Henry hands »»I an official to bo administered
Smith’s on M’olf creek, nml thence and <’oiiductt»»l in the interest ami for tho
t< > Harkness’ stati» >n on Grave » reek.: benefit of the people, ami not to be hold
keeping very » lose to tho pr.»>i»nt , | as the property of the official. And this
sti'ge roail. That the railroatl will j : bring» us to tho causa of tho “ehiet”
lx» built they «leeni certain, all re- ' making so many trips to our city sine«»
ixirts toithe»»ontrary notwithstand the sp| . arani o of my letter. Your read
ers are doubtless aware ot the fact that
Mr. Sol. Ilirsch of this city is a broth» r
information has reached the Sil of Ed. Ilirsch, present Treisurer of the
verton Apix’al from a private source Stale; that th«» llirs.^i brothers are Jews
that \ ¡Hard ¡mil th«» German stix k- [ : and that there ....
a large number _ of
ho!«l'»rs, to W.lom
Hollula» . votersof that »-Li'S in flits »-iiv; lh.it th.»3
FROM \ A S SoY'S FERRY.
A corresp«mdent of the T imes
writes ns follows:
Tho citizens of Vannoy's ferry
ami vicinity are organizing a new
school district.... The officers of
Josephine Grange No. T”1 install«»»!
their newly elected officers recent
ly, Win. Ilayse of Washington
Orang»» acting as installing officer.
Short addresses wer»» made lij
Bros. Herriott, Garson ami others.
... .Soin»» evil-ilis]xise<l person »»n-
ti-red th»» house of Mr. Stockton
during his absence and ln-lped him
self t<> the provisions.... Several
of the farmers of this section are
setting out large orchards of plum.
|x»;ich ami prune trees of the early
Mirieties. . . .The two stores at
\\ ilderville se»»m to be doing well.
The kidneys are nature’s sluice-way to
wash out the debris of our constant chang
ing bodies. If they do not work prop
erly the trouble is felt everywhere. Then
be wise and as soon as you wee signs of
disorder get a package of Kidney-Wort
and take it faithfully. It will clean the
sluice-way <»t sand, gravel or slime and
purify the whole system. Druggists
sell it, both liquid and dry. ami it is
equally efficient in either form.—KrJ
H all ' s V ixiltahlf S icii . i vx H air R l -
niiwkk is a Kcicntitiu conibinati'in <4
Monin of the most powerful restorative
ag»»nts in the vt'gvtable kingdom. Il re
stores grity huir t»> Its original color. It
makes th« si-alp white and clean. Il
cures dandruffand humors and falling
out <if the hair. It furnishes the nutri
tive principle by w hich tin» hair is nour
ished and supported. It make, the hair
moist, soft and glossy, and is unsurpassed
as h hairdressing. It is tin» most ......
nominal preparation ever offered o the
public, as its effects remain a long time,
making only an occasional application
nece-sary. It i. recoinmeiidtxI and used
bv eminent medical men, ami ollieially
endorsed l»v the state A»sayer of Ma.sa-
i linsetts. Tlie popularity of Hall’s Hair
Renew er has iliereilM'il with the te-t of
many years, both in tIns country a»id in
foreign lands, and it is now known and
Used in all the cis ilized countries < f th -
world. I'mt S ai l ns si r. D lai . lii -.
NEW THIS WEEK.
YOU CAN FIND THEM
E. C. BROOKS’
GROB & ULRICH.
CITY BAKERY AND SALOON,
Vick’s lliiistraied Floral Guide
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
Buy Only the Best !
Ths Singer Mfg. Co.
T. G. REA.MES.
E. R. BUMEH,
NEW GOODS !
» A1.I1 <»KUA ST.,
NEW DRUG STORE,
----- AKIUVING AT------
AHEAD AS USUAL!
New Prices! XEW.MAX FISI 1 ERS.'
BY AlXiP ING
A fine assortment of 8-ilay clocks, with and
aving just re ( f . ived a large
Htock <»f jjoods, (fud op» n« <1 out nt
Bi«-» kcufi« Id’s old Maud. \\< an* prep «i< »l
Gent»’, ladies' and b-ys’ gold and silver
hunting-case, open-face and bkylight watch
es, from $5 to §150.
A fine lot of ladies' gold band and bangle
The Finest Assortment of
FANCY GOODS, HATS, & ■.
----- OF THE-----
Ever brought to tins Section,
General Merchandise !
Latest Styles & Patterns
Agjents for tho Celebrated
ALI. To BE SOLD AT
IO SKl.Krr FttOM IM
Prices Never Before
Any Ono Store in Southern
Orrgon or Northern
Wc will als«» pay (ho tiijla'xt price for :
Wo».»i anti Hide».
<i,Giv«* us a trial.
J . >«>L< >M« »N «V CO. I
f e. V vicri'i ii.
( ¡I. IÎ. M.\»*l«(’l 1.1’.
HEN. II \YMGND.
EVER BROUGHT TC ID'S "ITT.
Ever Known in Regular Business
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
Silver and silver plated knives, forks,spo ms,
napkin rings, silversugar-sp«x)iis and tong
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
Gents’gold Bt-arf-pin», bcarf-Uide.«, stud« and
Diamond and ruby rings, cameo stone, ram-
e.O8 uet with diamonds, cameos m t with
|M?arls, gamvtanl pearls, turquoise and pearls,
onyx rings with hidden mottoes, solid gold
band and bangle rings, plain aud solid
Diamonds in every shape.
I.;, lies’ sets of j »w< lry, from the 50-cent
black set to the S2<H1 bin! sets (»fjliarnonds
Gents’ and ladies’ gold chains, lockets
A CASH BASIS!
COMPRISING A FULL LINE OF
lo otter lo the people ol Jackson county
Sole Agi nts for the P.o i:;c ( oast.
This,of eours»», will place “It s-kv” be-
WHAT THEY SA F o¡' is.
tweon two tires, a. it i. umleratood tlia.
ES • R AY NOT CE.
lie has been negotiating with Tho.-». Mou-
who is a can.I ¡late lor : '|V\K FN IT BY I HE FNDERsi :NI'.D,
The Jacks»inville T imes has cn-
1 living io Willow ¡Spring« j « net
terol ii|M»u its twelfth volume, State To a, irer to unite their intere-.ts, Oregon,
on the 30lh «lay of D»-urtnl»vr, lss!.
anil your correo-omlent is IntbrineU bv !
newsier, bigger nml brighter than a lit publican from Albany that tho ne-; siX lit id ot eattlv, tf'-wit: One white c«»w,
> vats «»hl,, swallow fork in riuht ear and
gotiations havo lieon coni'lu.Io.l an.I that! underbit in the left. l»ran»le<l «ltli h<>rs«*-
The Jacksonville T imes has en the I.inn county Uciegation totlie next i sh
<1 <■ «■ nv,
»«, f <ur or ti»e
y»‘ ais «.LI,
tered U|x>n its twelfth year. It is ¡ Rejuibl.i in State convention whl sup-1 whst-spots
<>u I ip, undtol pe ami »ht m
< hie nd
r< d cow, three
t hree or f ur vars
a gixxl l»x»al ]>a]H»r, find deserves port “Funky” for Secretary of State. '■ t i« h «ar. One
car croppul » 11 CI« .•»»», undeisd»»p«»
success. Its recent enlargement hits Monteith lor-Stat« Treasurer, an.I \V. D. i • in >LI, left. right (>ne
pale r« »l c.»w, , four \ cars «»'•!,
greatly increase»! its p"pu!arity. j Hare tor Governor. This is now sail to! und« r half crop in right ear and j*w.illowfo; k
in h it ( hie r» d hcitvr,tw«» \ears obl.no mark«
Your correspondent is in- or ¡»rands. One «’¡.If, n»» marks or brands
The Jacksonville t Oregon t T imes iniiierneil.
AppraiM' l at -15 by Geo. »<. W.dt.-n, .Jus
formed that ••lln.ky's” friends claim
has just »fiterol ujxm a new vol that tho “slate" lor I.ano county will b" tice of the Peace, January 13. |SS2
»IAS. M< DONot on.
ume. It is one of the l>est bu hl Hu» same, except th»» natno »4 M »nteitli
jiapers north of the Sficramento will be erased anil tho name ot J. «;.
U II.I.IAM I’Llilt II.
valley and is soundly Democratic. »¡ray, present I'ountv Treasurer ol Lane,
We congratulate th»' Dem»x»racy of substituted. While it Is as certain that ,
Southern Oregon in the |iossession Ed. Hirs-h will receive the support of
rropHirroKM op I hi :
of so able n champion ns the T imes . Multnomah county in tho State conven-1
Stanislaus I Cal.) .Vi»tcs.
tion as any political event that lias not
The D f . moekatk - T imes , pub already happened can well lie, it is al
lished in Jncksonvill»» by Mr. Chas. most equally certain that the support of
I n M asonic B vilding ,
Nickell, comes to u.s enlarged and that county will not lie sufficient to se-
| cure him tlm nomination, unless Mr.
improved, which is a pleasant sign Hirseh’s fi iends now come to tho front! Oregon Street. Jacksonville
of prosperity as well as enterprise. '• i and use the vast means which they have :
Jacks»ittville pa|M»rs ar»' n»dexcelled in their power to secure his in niination. rplIE FNDERSTGNEL HEREBY DE
1 sires to inform the | u'»hc that they
in the State forgathering up news The Jewish vota in this State is compara «ire
now prepare»! to (ill ail order«, for
of genera! intert'st. and tho liest we tively large, un i mostly Hepiihlie.in; cakes, pie^ **nd l»r«uid of every descrip(:«in.
need wish our friend is that he ntay other fact that the two ¡.olitical parties in Also have a full assortment of crackers
sustain the interest of th»» enlarged 1 this State mo rather evenly divide 1, we of all kinds. Wowill keep
sheet as well as lx for«».— irillaiuellc ttml many nari ■» m ndeti, know .notha
A Lunch House,
ing Kepu icanawho iuaist that a Jaw
sho.ilil not I o »»looted to so important a w here a good lunch an 1 a cup of c«»tTee
position. How nmcli this objection will «•an be had at any tin e ot i ho «lay or night.
A .VAIL TA<K.
allo, l Mr. Ilirsch's chances tor ranomi Oysters in every style.
nation lemaiiu, to be seen.
I’. N. Fresh bread every day.
S» niit»ir A ""lines i>f Imlinnti lias Mr. b-aihait f«-els porl»»e'.ly certain of
Highest raali price paid for e»mn
being rem nnnre I, as no other candi ty onlnrs.
intr»-»hiceil tt resolution pro|x>sing date ha' publicly announced tii.w inten
to relieve the President of the duty tion ol coiite'tmg lor the prize with him.
It has l.itely been wl.i'pered about
of npixiinting |xistmast»»rs. tev» nut among a certain cia.s of knowing Ke
pubioans, however, that if Mr. Earhart' For H*‘.I is an olpgant book <>f 1*0
collectors mid other Federal ofli- and
til' l"< il ls shall tlllow obstad«'« in two Colored Plates of flowers, and more
1.twin Illustrations of tin* choi<'i“'i
cers. We supjxis»» it is the inten tlie way ot \!<. Hir-eli, by forming <-om- than
Imiations with other »-andiilates, then Flowers. Plants and Vegetables, and di
tion of th»» Senator to make these; will a liirmidabk» eandi late lor >.»‘»*retar\ rections tor growing. It is hand-some;
offices elective, which would indeed ol Stale be amiouneed from a um-t unex enough for the <’enter Table <>r a Holiday
quarter. I» is now known that Present. Send on your name and Post
lx* n first-class id» :i. The resolu-i pected
tho olli -e of S. ere'ary I.f Slate has not <lilice address, wi.h 10 cents, and I wi 1
tion will, no doubt, receive the been adiuiiiistered in that pure and send 3’oit a copy, postage p u 1. 'Phis i<
not a quarter ot its cost. It is print<*d in
hearty op,xisitioii of the party’ in leonoinieal way that has been claimed hot
h English and German. If von after
Mr. Earhart by hia IriemlM, and this,
|iower, which will insist on the dis-! fot
fact, it i, « i id. will be ollero I m jn'tili-i wards order seeds deduct tho 10 cents.
tribution of the s,»>ils to suit its I cation by those above spoken <>i, who VUK'S SEE I IS a ro the lust in the
world. The F loral
will toll how
own interests. Take away tho <»o-! will l.i ing »nil another candidate.
It seems that Ju Igo Lord will proba-j to get and grow them.
; ’ lily
- ■ C be Kinoiiiiiiated without
». .....»»«I . opposition.
. | .| r«/^n 1« Itl. ¡ V ick ' s F lokai wi » V i oi : i aiu . i : (J ar
rapid ihsillIPgnit l< >11 <»i tin* Ib-pilb- Il insaid, however, that there is a strong IH N', 17.» P ages , (> Colored, Plates, . h 10 En
, | feeling throughout all the interior Wil-! gravingH. For 50 cents in paper covers;
licttn party would lx; a natural re--' lainelio
......... Mi.h-y coiiulies
" tliat th»» Supreme ¿1.00 in elegant cloth. In German or
suit. It is only through the much-1 Beneh sliouhl not he ma»lu up from one Emil ish.
V ick ’ s rr.l.I STRATED MosiHEY M aga
¡nations .if the 1DO,<MM) oitiee-hold-J politi<-al party entirely; lienee it is verv
.mmoii talk, C'p«M'ially among fanners, zts i »'2 Pages, a Colored Plato in every
ers that it maintains its hold at all. e that
and many tine Engravings.
it will be l.etti r for tie people at
W»» cannot, therefore, look for any largo to have, at l»»a«t, one Denioerut on: Pr <•♦' $1.25 a year; l ive Copies f<»r S ».oo.
Numliera sent for 10 cents; 3
thing else but determined Opjxisi- tin- Bench; and many of this satin, class j specimen
iifiuen say that the i.tfiees of Governor, trial copies for 25 cents.
tion from that <|uart»»r.
Secretary of State, State Treasun r and Address, JAS. VK'K, Rochester, N.Y.
Siq>erinlendeiit of I'ul.lic Instriietii.n,
VA’IIS FA7/.V THE J EAN NEI TE. should bo <livole»l up in like manner,
esjieeially tho otliees of Governor and
Mr. Frelinghuysen, Secretary of Seeretarv
The anti monopoly movement lately
State, Im-» just received the billow inaugurated in tins valley cannot, in tlie
ing telegram from < >ur Charge D’af natureof things, assume formidable pro-
as I «»-iiuauals have always lieen
faires at St. Petersburg, respecting portions,
undeistood to be tlm friends of tlie peo.
the fate of the Jeannette anil her pIo as against the unjust an.I baneful in,
SINGER SEWING MM HINE
crew: Dauenhauer and five of the lluouee ».feoriioratlons when ulteiiipt'.ng (HUE
to mollify and eontrol tho legislation ot I «’«>. would «’all the attention of tho
crew of the wlinle-lioat arrived nt tlie ountry. The general and pievail piddle to the device» of a swarm of "oun
Jakutsk Dec. 17 ami are now com ing it i me nt among Democrats is that terbdters who are trying to imitale its
machine'*. None are genuine witlioirt.
fortably fudged ami nil their wants ot frii'udlin. ss toward« the building »4 the
railroll« now g.mg on in tins Slate.
suppIh'iL Melville nnd six men J There ». no well di-line 1 »lixpositi'in lo
arc exjM»cf»»il wsui. Del.ong ami s< i'k tegi’l'.»ton that w ill crippie or roen.I
railr. id building; but when tin»
the crew of tho first enttor were such
railr..»»I eor|.i ratiol s <le¡> in to contiol on tho oustings anti tho arm.
not found Nov. K'.tli, the Inst <lnt<>. tlie legislation an»l p” d<''s ‘>f the Sta'e, I ts F inkh and A dji stmi nt am siin
Boulangn rejHirto»»! the Jeannette I lie. I Will th- II11 ill'll Vote» of th«» lx-..... . plypi-rfecl. Tt»«* r \ i; in uro made by the
and thousanil' of K»'|»ublieans bo ¡«•st machinery m the wmldami are per
caught in an ice pack October 1st. racy
li. anl i'l lavnr ot legislation to restrict fectly a«ijtiMc’d nnd I hoi - ughly fjiii?«lied.
1879. It driftmi with the winds the pow.rs «4 sni’li powerful corpora Tho inncliinerv u-e 1 for making (he Gen
ami currents till Juno Inst and was tion«. Your i'.rrespomleut is c-.nvin.-ed uine “Singer” »Machines lias Let n in
tr on the outlook ot thin» s now that Mr. vented < xprcssly forth Singer Manufai-
H owman .
Villard will rn’er th»» lu l l < | | lines at turing (’ompany. and no other company
the coming campaign -not I k cause he is has or can obtain machinery equal to ii.
PLl ' EY ASD HoPEFVL.
personally inclined to »!<> so. but Iwaiise This injures to tho (¡»‘liuino ‘ Singer”
Ills advisers will induce him to believe Ma» hi if an eAact a da pt arf lit Y or par ra
he better for th»» railroad com ¡ which it is impossible for any other ma
The situation in Ireland c»nn- pany it to will
chine to attain.
In conM‘<;tience of‘Jds perfect harmony
As you are aware. J. N. Dolph is a can
inands more attenti«»n than over.
il .date for I’. S. Senator; that Ii«» 1« close <»t |-Rrts. th" machine w r ai > i \ i n j . y and
Although the English Government ly al lie») wit h I le» < >. It. A N . < ’o.t an.i b-- this in why the “Singer” Machine is
for outlasting al! other machines.
is becoming more stringent, the i ing not over-nice in politice, bevrill not famous
Thus tho purchaser «>f a Genuine sin
hesitate to plunge tlie railroad into tho
»••inct-sions of landlords arFgreat-, lilthy pool it it will promote Ins jxilitical ger Sewing Ma< hi jo n< t only gets the
best made , most easily understood ,
er. Th«» Land Longue remains till-: aspirations.
Th» |x»opl« of Oregon w ill rue die d iv and 8TRON«iEfT machine In the world, but
that wu.r. last LONGER tliau any
|x»W» rflll and the imprisonment of iftli«»y permit tlie rmlronil I company to
. . S. Solían r. »»pe.nlly other sewing machine ever invented, and
Irish lead, rs has n.,t .b,m|x»ne.l the it ..............
In be such a man as l»olph or M iu-bell. 11 I. lor iheStM». I’RIC t. « hnr^etl tor
nnl«»rot tlH'ir < “iHD.it ip »ts.
< osMoFoLin.. I
iMi.iuou » h < in
JO SOLOMON & CO.
' J ....
Gold .ind silver thitnblcH; gold, silver .Tnd
steel spectacles; and a full stock of every
thing in the jewelry line.
The great south American Remedy.
A full US’*'»rt dp nt of perfumery, toilet
'1 he most positive «•urr* known for
Nervous anti Phv.-dcal Debility, Sciti soap-*, etc.
A l«>t <»f hte< 1 engraving« and pictures for
inai \\ eaknest». Lost Manhoo I and
Kidney Diseases. Price $1 per hot children.
In short, a c«»in]»b:te and first-class line of
tie, or four times that qiruitity, ?I0.
< ’orre.spondenco answered promptly.
Names ki'4»t stH-ret.
DR. WH«LARD A < <>.,
229 Fir*t St., Portlaid, Oregon.
P. O. P. »x 29«».
All to I m .’ sold at the
sold tli«‘O. A’ ( . R. I!., have had a are nearly all Kopubllcan«, and (list sol.
row. and that the Germans hav« , Ilirsch is their leader and spoke-nnn. HERBENE
mad«» arrangements t< I sell til«' ills ive No!. Hinwlj is a wily, shrewd, cunn ,ng. E
naimsl road t«> til«'Central I’aeific, »1 »»»p-thinking politi. tan, and is said uy
»■ t<> pay off
**• a mortgage
of j those who know him best to bo not en R
■Si.'HM'JMM) which Villard uow h il»ls tirely SCIuptllous III polities. Now, tho B
against ther»>a»l. Our iiiforinatimi highest and only political ambition <4 E
c»>uies from a gentleman of ]»>si- Sol. Ilirsch is that his brother Ed. N
tion and intluenco in railroad cir should ba renominated and ru-eliiwte 1 I E
cles ami we are inclined t«i lieliev»» State Treasurer, and Sol. will dortbt-V
use all his vast powers of political ak
tho r»»[xirt. It lisiks r«»asonable, cuuning
and wiliness, as well as tlu
from the fact that the Central Pa vast intluenco in his party wbiob ii!
cific must, s<Hiner <>r later, prote.-t wiekls by virtue ol liis peculiar relations
her business by a feeder to the to it, lo secure liis brother’s cle»*n »n.
Niirthwest. It is rumored that it Tbat lie will l.»i al.ic to name tlie dele
is Villard's intention to exteml the! gates from this county- to the Kepubiican “For beauty of tone, tone!» an 1 actmn, I
the r equal”
narrow gauge eastward next Spring. state coiiven'.ion admits not of s doubt. have never t sven
LARA l.ol 1>1’. KI l l/.GG.
We hear that 81(>,(M)0,000 is the I I'liatth»' .' will be for Ed. is no les« »’er-
“The Knabe" is absolutely
purchase price asked by the Ger- tain,an-i s»>i. will tluw b<> able t»> as».v to
mans, which will embrace the O. i ••R<»»,ky;” “You mu«l bring y«»ur ft ¡ends Í the best Piano made.
A. I.. BAN» Rl»I T 4 tO ,
it ('. Ilailmad to its connection to till«support of IM., or you shall not
721 Market Strv.-., »S. F.
hav« a single vote front this county.”
with th»» Central Pacific.
ALL FOB CASH!!
ori: STO» K CONSIST» <»F
FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS
Next Door to U. S. Hotel.
F ANC Y GOOI >S,
J1ST 1’1'11» HAMID AN I N
tirely new si<«» k of . neral M» r
«•haiidise lr»»ni the Lol (¡tin- in >:tn
r rnn«’i^<*o, <•»-n-isting in pail of a »• »m-i
ph-te a*»x»rt!uent <»!
\R'!Y Illi: I Aiu.i>T AND BIXI
S.<evL*‘d .«st »-k ot
». LOTH ING, El»'.,
LADIES’ CALIFORNIA-MADE CLOAKS.
FANCY & DRESS GOODS
General Merchandi - s
I ID11X MIXSIA X lüIl.bi.’AV Xib'lkY
l<« | tl»varx I.»»tix4* in <.«•i,|-.f in <>r« L’»>n
»»»»’•' i«* ot Jacksonville. Oiirsloek «••»n-
si-sLs in pai t « «
CaLisni'a-mads Bosts â Slices,
n I »'M.I.THE XTT1 NTIONOFTHF.
i I .'- h> th«* I.» ». that we have now
<»w h.o.-l the l.irg.-si hii .I I h - m selei-ted
U.>!..» I.AI'IE'C I»i:i'-x ».mH'»*
:i u ■ 1 x Y « Y G< i» i| is «4 «•« ery ilc'i-ript ion
.ii Suntlu-rn ««reg.iii. «lui we will heii.-e-
b■:t h iu:i!.. th ' I ie of good, our »pecial-
» and m II ii eui hi pt >1 «
FOSÜ.ÜY & KIIU’O.XS,
GREAT CRASH cf PRICES
I ud ■ ,S;.
r'U 1 ri.lL.j I.
I \ I' 1
U J L L
• - • »% •--.<«
■j J v J t*. v . U w 01
1 ! ' ! *.
-.ii ..F H \ j : i »\ v \ i:
1 O' and .<! E. i .
Top, V < ’os A" • 1G A RS.
P \T! N I’ M I.i 'D INI >.
(IPHKERY A • .I.AsxWAF.l’
1VIIERE \ < • IN!PLI ! i: %ND M ' >
m: ■ •«• ip a".»i!m< h : «H i'.cw -
lias ju*>t bei li receive»!, «•on-usting ii
AH Kinds of Groceries.
FAN't A GOODS,
BOO TS A SHOES.
SCHOOL B ooks
HATS AND CATS,
TOBACCOS * CIG.'.RS,
1IAKDW ARE. TINWARE
Ladies' Beautiful Hats & Flowers
PAINTS & GLASS.
Cheaper thr.n the Cheapi^st.
< tati "N ei : y .
T»» (lif i’»»n!h«n»rii we v ill »av, if you
.«an: a N»». i >1 IT <»F < L< >'¡11 IX v*u
i-’ ?»»!<« Reirn«“* Dr«»«, t«» buy if, aa
«’J• ■ A I S « I. '.1 I.
; ’in < i i\4 t in»l»« 't s |«»(’K <»FCl «»TH
Ktsi » i , ,;»,. < -i,
NG Hi J.t. k«. .it ••» indy and will allov« no
■ me to utuierM‘11 ii ^.
< lt«»< KEtiY A
I ! • “«■ |
d v« i> all pundniwed by a
i’ll Krol «in firm Irntn Fl RNT-Ul.AKS
i l -1 >’i: s.tii Ft miicim . o and Nt h York,
i i.»! vxt \xdl «arrant rverv article and
•<■1! iH H e! •t|«F toi < «»di than any
cf all Kinds
■ n-s m « mi \
. We h I ko keep on
An»1 a tit'1 li» < »d •••: • ! u»» > ’s. «dam* hatnl a full stock of
»«x-dri-. i»«!« !«t'. s-f »«ten. «i.-xilid l. n ,
»• rtn-il ! ■ . I, t-’c. All «»( v.hi« h viil H
•»»•id tor « a-h or pl» »! u»-« al
II! Ab’i; B MIK'S,
(Hex’ll[ * * !<SW
■«AHN', boots i shoe «,
’S & BOYS’ CLOTHING,
Grs’it'c Pfiss: JaeAsoi C?.,Ogn. MEN
M id«' from Oregon City Ca^iinf i«“*,
AM» I'IA».ONA1>, SILK' AND
Extremely Small Prc.iii . kb lHirr. lil.'MiWBrf. (nll ry, (rnrkrry.
! am aK«» :•<;«••«( (dr M«veral l'ire lour
aiii’o « '• inp
mi• 1 11 «• rt i\ » <»F'«’ L !
fkTOnr h »»« »!** are nuiL I «lown to aini A»« i»b i i liis.l »., « ! Hailtor»!.
tlie LOAFS!' L1V1XG «AMI PRh T.\
i ' *ine an»I >« ♦• n** an»I (•»■ » » »n\ in« » I.
VFI.UÌÌ B( % t I
HAYMOND «V M AGRI DKR.
anil losses ¡ r<»mp‘t\ adjn***e«l a.i-I pa 1.
J. M N AN.
Farm ninl Freight Wagon«,
A ITLLI.JM (»F Asli LAND GOODS.
I n f .<•! e\««r\ 11, iup from i In« Ane«t needle
> u thi« ‘•himr-mMfli'ne. Give us a cal!
r.»i i iudg.‘ t«>r \ ui m 'I x os as in our oa
y " Inis |’ • g ^ood» as above.
I ><■ v ix
»• 1.« in* in y la l«»- save it.
To‘/.vp ii I.iix « ’«r.ip. T«» buy «'heap pay*
< A>B Id; \ »in ^'»«» »1* and buv ««f
SETTLE UP NOTICE ’
All tll"M» kmiwillg III» TII>'1' t -
ï IE ASHLAND
indebted t" the limleisiglled. « ill" r
by bunk »if mde account, must :
come fofwanl ami >» ttle up intuit»-*
Children's Carriages, Velocipedes and
»liiltely. 1 will take (iltiin tit the
FRENCH CANDIES. Etc liighcit market price in payment.'
IS COMING !
In fact everything to lie found in a
first-class stock of Gvner:il Merchandise,
whichwill be sold nt prices
M XSt » to. I ! LIS»;
TO THE PUBLIC
That Defy Competition.
The liighe«t pi»■•«■ nlluwril tur country
I fake plea'itto in informing buyers
•. < ;i »..■ mea cali al my Mtabliuhment that
1 have on liand a
in Musimi»» Building «nd bc convinci li
liuti tlicre is ilo liunil ug alxiiit Ibis.
Complete Firsîolass Assortment
X. fi * v
J. s. howard .
Of tho 33e«it Nat've Wool.
XM« nisi’i.siNii or THEM AT —
Who is soiling his fine sssert-
xnent cf Gcncrsmerchandise very
cheap in cider tc make reem fcr
for Here Kcvr Gocd3.
A I'bTANcr W!IJ/
( J . ...,\e I • IK It aUt Dll' Fl. Gl VE OUR
< i» »( U» A TRI A I..
ASHLAND WOGLEH MiLlS.
CALL AKB GET BARGAiKS
W. II. A l KIN’S»IN', s < m rotary
Main Street, Ashland. Ogn.
General Merchandise ! !
rilHE UNDERSIGNED TAKF.S PLEAS-
ure in anmnmcing I hat be has pur
chased thftse stables ami will keej» con
stantly on hand the very best
For whielt I will take
Farm Produce in Exchnnge
stimi.i: iiousis. iti».».iis » mi
< .mici A«.«.'.
HARDWARE A»ID CUTLERY SI ORF
And ran furnish mv customers with a
tiptop turnout at any time.
• in roasonabìo torni» ami glvcn thè l>e<t
atti'iil imi. Hortes bonghi ami »olii ami
«ativfaetion guaiantiid in all mv trnixac
BEFolIE IT Is T»'<> LATE. “Si I INT
IS Bl.I.¡EX IN»..”
MADAME HOLT’S HALL
HARDWARE STORE WASHINGTONS
UWsiat Etc.. M. 221.
PII I l.l.l I’S' EXPRESS
California Street, Jacksonville Ogn.
FRED. OTTEN, Proprietor.
5 Ft <’reat « banco to make uion-
|v||| Iley. Tbo»e u hn always tako
U La M a,l' antage <»f the good chan
Currying (lie V S. Mall«.
ri.oon M.'.s «»»rit«;
ce* l«»r making money that ar«» «»tttired,
J ix. R. Little,
g« n» rally become wealthy, while thoae
D. W. < rosbr xx ho do in t improve mii < h chances remain
F. M. Drake,
1 jFALERs \ND \V«»RKI:R s ’IN TIN,
want many men, wo
REC ! ri ios < •-• Ml 1 1 k i :
I Bracami «'upper ware. Keep eon
rn« r, I oj >«nd giria, to work for uh right
slant ly on hand a tir'il-rlass assortment of Sol.
A. H Maegly.
|»> tl < r « xxi, kxMhiivM. Any one can do
PL 1 . Ro* k«ellow, tl «■ v < ik piojM'rly from the first atari.
| EAVES ASHLAND AND LINK
'I I < ( u ¡t < s "11 pay more th»»»
I J ville « very Jl.ty in the wcuk, t \< < pt STOVES.
im < ' • idtiiary vages. 1 xpe>i?»ixe outfit
ing Sunday, un i connect» with the iiihi I
« <.K\N|| BALL WILL T1:ANSI’H!I
uiiii.’died tree. No on«' "ho engages
,i vo name»l plare and time
Tile best .4 mil'll» an I supp«.»r will be prv- lads to ma ke money zapidly. Y«»u can
»1» \«■!«• x oui " hol«‘ume to the work, or
Best Accommodations for Passengers
HARDWARE. v i.ie.l. Ti.'k«»ts, ■’.»*.
only your «pare momenta. Full inf«»r-
Wlm will bo carried to any point nn the G! h ‘ s , Paint«, Oil», Rrusliea, Meehanie’« EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO ATTEND. iiimi ' n s:i»l aJ 11 al is needed amt free.
A'l I m - sx
Ai C«>., Portland, Me.
road at reasonable» rates.
'fools, Pumps. Pipe, Ammunition, etc.
KILLER it .M.ERl.Y,
A General Express Business
Job Work a Specialty.
ALFALFA SEED ’!
EVERAL TnnCsAND POINDS Ol
Transacts»!. All order. promptly attend
Prompt att.'iition given to all order'
fresh alfalfa x‘i‘»l. nf the bvht »pialitx,
ed to ami satisfaction guaranteed.
from abroad. Our motto is “Live anil
tr»'in the la 'in of J.Lu Miller » n Apph’^at*', ««
II. F. PHILLIPS.
Ashland. February 25, 1"1.
Tir Call and examine before purchas ottered for 8aIe. Thia Meed is wartanfe«! to
be vt^an and pure. Apply toG. Kaie^Mk»,
ing elsew here.
Jac’rsunx ill*, <>r at the ranch.
BII.GI.K .< M.EGl.Y.
rilHIS PAPER may be found on tile at
LYMAN < H AITF.I.
I (’'♦•<». P. Rowell ."t Co.’s Newspaper Ad
WT nails, wrought nails, cleat nail »,
vertising Bureau (10 Spruce St.), where ad
of Ib^f-rs’ ami
7 lath nail', finishing nails, fencing
vertising contra» U may be made fur it Jill
nail«, horse-shoe nails, and iron and I WoVd.uludfn’i «t” Ir-rx in (Im market.
Me<q bors^-sboes at FKEl». OTTE.X>f.
'P I" KNOWl.M; THFMSF.I.VES IN-
’ *'d to tin’ undersign'd, either by
i» *’ « r* .. .• -«iiuit, will do well to call
• ’ : x t23«! of Di irrlaT, I bbl, a*
they will ►,xvr«osts there* y. I xxdi have
f<»- ■ i.Hiu-i.to bn -ne the II. I «hp « and need
wiiut m due me. I mean just vx hat 1 »ay.
pAIVPS OILS, VARNISH, <;LASS'
1 utid putty at