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THE jjjjflM SENTINEL.
SATURDAY, May IDlli, 1800.
Independent Legislative Tiokot.
An Independent ticket for county ltcpre
Mutative lias made lis appearance during the
week. We have no knowledge of the Conven
tion, or body, or whatever it may be called,
from which this ticket sprunjf. All that we
know about It If, that three Independent can
dldatcs arc before the people, soliciting their
support on the day of election for the positions
named. More than this wo need not know,
for tho Information wonld havo no probable
effect upon the result, be It what It might. It
Is tome satisfaction to know that tho gentle
men nominated are not Ilcpubllcans, bnt still
we regret Ilia' themselves or their friends have
thought It necessary or expedient to come out
In opposition to the Democratic ticket. Wo
ore aware that neither of the Independents has
cvtr acted with tho Democratic party, and
that each of them claim ndlnlty only with tho
Old Whig party. Htlll, wt aro at loss to di
vine what particular object or objects they
have In thus opposing n portion of the Demo
cratic ticket. They are, each one of them,
excellent gentlemen and worthy citizens. Hut
we ask our fcllow-cltlzcns If then Is any good
reason why this Independent ticket should be
snpported In preference to that put forth by
Ilia Democracy of the county ? From one or
two quarters, complaints lavo reached ui that
the Democratic candidates were selected from
too limited a geographical section. Surely,
If they are worthy and proper gentlemen, and
will make faithful and capable publio servants,
(which Is not questioned.) this Is tho least im
portant of objections. The Representatives
nro to labor for tho benefit of tho whole county
nud of the whole State, and while wo would
bo pleased to havo candidates chosen from
each division of the county, we certainty would
not Interpose to defeat their election simply
because the section wo happen to live In was
seemingly neglected or slighted In tho nomina
tions. 1'hts Is about the only objection we
hear against the Democratic ticket. If It Is
to remedy or offal this, that tho Independent
ticket is brought nut, wo k, how Is the mat
ler helped In this Independent movement?
Two of the candidates are residents of Jack
sonville, and the third dwells close by. Tims,
If there Is any merit In the geographical ob-j'-ctlon,
nsittrcdly tho Democratic ticket should
receive the benefit of It. Wo would further
Inquire what It Is these Ihreo gentlemen can
accomplish for our people that the Democratic
nominee) cannot as well or better secure?
Tho legislature Is pretty certain to be Porno
vrtlc In both hrnnches, and It Is fair to pre
Kume that friends will bo better served than
opponents. Considered In tho light of expe
diency, the county's Interests will be best sub
served In the election of tho Democratic nomi
nees. Viewed In tho wny of party duty, there
Is but one course to pursue. Wo believe Ih.tt
Jackson comity is strongly Democratic. We
swpect thai her Democracy will prove true
ntiil loyul to tho cause. In this c.unp.ilgii. II
this belli f mid cspcctiillon Is ii t iliiMpp'iIiited,
tlierv will bo no difficulty In electing our whole
ticket, Independent movements nro rarely
prudent or required. They servo lo create
fresh Hllilcal unhappy agitation, to fun tho
llaiiie of present discord, and lo augment strife
within cuiniiiiiiillles. Unless when nceaston
requires Ihwn ns radlc.il correctives, they ore
better withheld than applied. Tliero Is less
1Iku!imi, political nud oIIiopvIk", among the
enph' of ilneksoti county, than nuy other In
Oregon. Why not continue thus? If tho
Democracy nro not truo In tho Interests of cur
eop!o; If they ore false to duty, then npply
the rorrccllve. Hut until they are recreant,
jleld them the support which their principles
and actions deserve. Wo shall not exceed our
duty, nor mrrslrp propriety, by nialling the
Indcptiidcnt candidates or their supporters.
Hut no do mrnrstly entreat our fclloiv-cllizcus
not to stultify or distract their Democratic
usefulness and strength by voting for the imlc
icndciit candidates. (Jlvo hearty and undi
vided support to the full Democratlo ticket,
ami elect It by handsome mijoritlcs.
Srniom Accinrxr. On tho night of Fri
day, the II th, n couple of Kanakas living up
nt Kanaka Flat, very seriously beat ami malm
til mi old colored inun, who has been doing
nild jobs for our town people during the past
season. Tho Implement used was a broken
blaik-d long.handlcil shovel. With this, the
nsKiIliint broke his jnw and his right leg lie
low tlie knee, Tho wounded man Is slowly
recovering'. Ono of tho Kanakas Is In prison,
nnnlllug rxamltiatlon tho other has not jet
been apprehended. Jealousy, wo hear, was
the occasion of tho attack.
Joski'Iiink Noui.vATtov. A friend has for
warded to us the proceedings of tho Demo
rrntln Couty Committee, which met and noml
nated lr. Geo. T, Vlulnjr for Representative,
in place of It. Williams, declined. Wo regret
that lack of space prevents us from publishing
the proceedings, and from commenting as wo
lei!r to upon the nomination. .Mr. Vinlng
is on excellent gentleman, and should rcccivo
tho full vote of tho party.
i I sj ' -
Tin: Wkatiim. A severe hnll, rain and
wind storm passed over this Valley on Tues
day. As far as we can learn, It did not Injure
tho crops. Yesterday noon, thcro come up a
thunder shower, which lasted a littlo while.
For the remainder of tho week, tho weather has
been mild and agreeable.
Iixn's QciaTi. From Harrison 11, Oat
man we have received a specimen of quartz
found in the Antelope Springs' country. It is
white and bard and bears upon one side a big
blotch of iron. Liko land in North Carolina,
tho more a body has of It, tho poorer they arc.
I.I8CIMROKD. Allen, who so badly cut Mr.
Cheney, at Kvansville a short time ago, had
his examination on last Friday night, before
Judgt Tolnwn and Justico llnyden. After a
fill bearing, bo was discharged.
SriiKiKQ. From David Logan, Esq., we
learn that Cols. K. D. Hoker and $, J. Dryer
' will address tho people hereon Monday, the
Tnr Aucadi. This commodious Saloon is
now kept by Messrs. Wilkinson k Ilyan, who
tnare no exertion! to nlcaso tbelr euests. A
music! cutertaiomcut is glvcu every evening. t
lly the Yrcku Htngc of Yesterday.
The news from the States Is not ns tato as
that given under our Telegraphic head. From
Carson Valley tho Intelligence contained In our
Kxlra of Wednesday, Is continued.
Iks Ides tho killed and wounded already men
tioncd, nro tho following : Jos. U. Ilaldwin. Ir.
son of Jndgo Ualdwin of Cal., badly wounded
a. Jinvcn, Kiucii.
Clias. Forman of Sacramento, Arch. Me
Donald and Lnncc Nightingale, escaped.
Tho Indians on Humboldt and Walker
rivers aro In arms, nnd havo on their war
paint. They havo sent their squaws away.
It Is reported that 1,00(1 Indians have just
arrived from Salt Iiike, nud aro stationed nt
tho Sink of the lliimbolt to ns-tst tuol'ah
Utrs In clearing out Carson Vulley.
Tho citizen) of Sail Francisco, Sacramento
nnd other California cities, arc tending urnis,
men and money to tho sccno of wnr.
Trl-Wrr.Kt.Y Mail. Klscwhcre In our col
umns, It will bo seen that nt last tho Postmaster
Ucncral has smiled upon ns, and that a tri
weekly mall from California to Jacksonville
has been awarded. The conlrnct Is given, we
are pleased to know, to tho California Stage
Company. Surely, tho Company havo well
merited this official favor, for during tho past
two or mrro months, they iiavo accommodated
tho people of this Valley with trl-weckly mall
facilities between this and Vrckn. from which
point Is furnished the dally mails from Snn
Francisco and other chief cities of California.
Tho Company performed this valuable service
regularly, although required to carry simply a
weekly mail. Hut Jas. llaworlh, Ksq., the
I'rcsiiicnt or tho company, is one who docs
nothing by halves, especially where Ilia benefit
or convenience ol the publio Is concerned.
We are thankful for tho favor grunted by
tho Department In this trl-neekly nccominodu
lion, but cannot refrain from expressing our
regret that the same Increase! service was not
extended northvvnrd from here. A tri-nevkly
mail to the Umpqu.i and Willamctlo Is greatly
needed, and while Mr. Holt had Ids generous
lit on, bo might havo awarded this additions!
service. Will not Senator !ano nnd M r. Stout
endeavor to win him into granting this favor,
or rather right, to our people ? Tlicto should
bo a tri-woekly mill from this (o Portland.
ThrNkws rnnvi Ciivhi.kstox. L'ndcr onr
Telegraphic heud, readers will find n brief syn
opsis or the proceedings at Charleston. We
forbear commenting upon the unfortunate turn
which affairs look there for the prcscut, chlilly
from Insufficiency of tho Intelligence which has
reached hire. Until full uccounts or tho pro
ceedings are hail, wo do not feel Juitlllcd In
ollcrlng extended remarks. In common with
friends of tho parly and tho Union, however,
wo trust that when the two divisions of tho Na
tional Convention meet under their resiectivo
calls, tho efforts of conservative National men
to harmonize present troubles will ho success
ful, nnd further, that vvlso and excellent selec
tions will bo made fur Ilia I'rvsUlcncy and
1'onv l.xi'itr.ss. lly mall of Monday, wo
received n Washington letter of 17th April,
brought by 1'ony Kxpruss to Sacramento, and
thenca by mall rut Yrcku. The liens It con
taincd had, been anticipated by telegraph.
ny ii vvc icarn Hint lion. Musing hiotn was
striving ciri-ctlvcly to net thu Jacksonville and
1'orlland Irl-wtvkly mull bill lhrough,and also
the payment of tho War I Mil. Nouro under
great obligations to thu kind friend who thus
highly favored us.
Ixtiri'Kxiu:.Tn. It. V. Mnury, liiq., Dr. I
S. Thoiiiliiou, nud Mr. I I'liikluuu. an nut
us Independent candidates for ltcpntxiitiillvcs
of Jacktoii county. In Josephine. C. 1'.
rfpr.igue, It Independent candidate for llcprc
Mutative Ohui Oarrigaii and Jos. K. S lu
cent, fur County Clerk ( J. II. It. Will, Tor
Hhcriir, und lletij. Norton for Treasurer.
Tin: Qimiitx .Mn.i.. From Mr. John Mo.
lAtighllu, w lit it-jihed limn ml Thursday,
alter his vlll to .S.iii Frauehco, vie learn Ihut
tho teuini which uru briugliu the Ui'ld Mill
Company's strain quarlx iiu-lilng mill are on
their way, innl will lie hero r.n Mondiy. Thu
Couipiuy havo taken up their urnsiias, nud
entln-ly suspended iieratlou until the mill is
put In workiug nrdir.
JofKi:v Ci.cii. Wo are requested lo state
that tin re will bo n meeting held at tho Court
Monsoon Tuesday evening, with tho view to
organize a Jockey Club lor Juckson county.
Citizens from every orlioii of the county are
earnestly requested to nllend, in order Ihut
the project may surely nud satltfuclorlly bent
I.aom Horn., Kcnuvuu.K. lly adver
tisement In this number, it will bo seen that
Mr. Oliver J. ..vans, formerly of the Slate
Creek House, has laken the l.aglo Hotel ut
Kerbyvllle. und rclilled nnd furnlshetl it in
good tvle. He vvill uuko it one of tho most
attractive hotels In Oregon. I'atronlzo him.
Ki:w (Jooim. W'u ak attention to tho new
advertisement of Herman lllnom. Ho is now
ilolnir buslnesi entirely under his own name,
anil lia. juit rcturiieii rrom ran rraueisio,
with n line stock of cholco goods of every des
cription. Visit hit store.
Tim Pbixk FmiiT. Instead of publishing
tho full account of tho great light between
Heeii.iu and Havers in our paper, wo scud to
subscribers not already furnished, n copy of
tnci.xrnv Hnvrisn., ol naturu.iy uiiernuon,
tho Pith, which contains It.
States' Pafciis lly last night's stage.
Heckman received packages of States' papers
to tho 'Jlith April. We are under obligations
to him for n supply.
Di.rATcii. The States' malls of tho 20th
April, nt-ra brought by yesterday' luge,
Twenly-eightdays from New York Is good.
Jacksonville Wliolosalo Price Current.
IUKrtrl for the Hriitlm lCorrtclril w f fkly.
Jacksowimj:, Saturday, May 19, 18B0.
Tho market for country produce. Tor Hie week
ending to-day has been unusually quiet. The
shipments of I'lour and Dacon from the Umpqua
Valley havo had a tendency to loner tho prices
a shade In tlioso articles. In Vegetables the
prices are unchanged, und tho supply fully equal
to tho demand. Wo closo the week with the
following quotations i
Flour, In qr. sacks, per II Ca CJ
Corn Meal, per lb. Git 7,
Wheat, per bmlicl $2 00 a J 60
Corn, do 2 00 a
Harley, do 1 SO a 2 00
OutH, do 1 73 a 2 00
llay,old, per ton 2i 00 n
do new, do 12 00 alS 00
Hacon, hog round, per Hi 1 6 a 20
Hams, do 20 a U
Sides, clear, do 10 a 'ii
Shoulders, do 16 a
Heel", ncll, per lb A a 51
I'ork, do do ftla a
Mutton, do 12 ja
Chickens, per do 5 00 a 6 00
I.ard, leaf, In tins, per lb 25 a
do In keg do 18 a 20
Duller, fresh dairy, do 60 a
do in keg", do 3.1 it 40
Cheese, per lb :IJ a 40
Egg', fieth, per dog 60 a
Potatoes, per lb , 3a 4
Onions, do 6 a 6
Turnips, do 4 a 6
Cabbage, do 4 ft
BcanH.wh'tc do ,. ., lia 15
Greco Anples, per lb 20 a 25
WOUf.I) respect fullr announce to thecttl
sens of Itogue llfver and Applcf-ntc Val
leys, that wo have commenced mcribaudlzlng In
L.ADIUS' FANCY C10ODS,
OKXTS' rUltNlSIUNO GOODS,
on Otli forma Stmt, tint dmr atxAi Amkrion l
OUnn't, with an entire
NEW STOCK OF GOODS,
of every description, selected especially and
with great care, for this market, by Mr, L. Hacus
who has had several years experience In the
We nro now opening the most complete and
desirable assortment of
NEW DRESS GOODS,
ever drought lo lids section of country, compri
sing every now material aud style, now fashion
able In New York, among which aro a splendid
Black and Fancy .Plain Silks,
1'rtntcd Organdies, Organdy Hobo, llrll
Hants, French and Ameniu.i 1'rfnls,
Gingham, I'opllns, l.nnni, Silk
aud l.acc .Mantillas, l'laln and
Clirekeil Cambrics, llrll
ilant. Illthop and
Plain nisil Dotted Swlaa Miiwlln,
IrMi Uncus, I.aee Curtains. Ac., Ac. 1'nra-
tols, Heavy rmlirnldcrcil SwIm and
Jackntirll, I'liderstrevcs, Cidhirs,
und Hands, Thread. Silk, liluiid
anil Cliantllla l.iie- and
Gciiulno Alexander' KhlGlove,
Linen )inmk, llleach nnd llrnnii Sheetings,
a great variety of
Cutlery, etc., etc.
Lndloi MiHM and Children' SHOES,
llunucls and I'lals. a splendid assortment of
lloiinet. l'laln ninl HIMion Head Drersc, n new
slvlc of I'reuch l.ac Vs.ll, all .Silk Velvet and
Tio latest Style of SPllLVO and
Oonts' Furnishing Goods,
HOOTS. SII01.S. HATS jni CAPS.
Togitlnr with many otlur (ioralstim nuiuprniis
in nii'iii iuii, nu in nuicn ns nru in'imreii iu sen
Our motto will always !. ".Smvi.1, riinriTs
Jni'K HviiM smi IlKsnr I'vr."
lly slilet utlenlhiu In Ini-lniys. and to tint
wants or Ihe I'liininunlty, we lit In m.-rlt n
, rliare of tlii pulillc itriuiap'. nud wouM evteiid
.ucnnllal luvilatloii In till r-m In call nnd
1 rxumliii) our stork and prlei's.lKTiire juirehiirliig
ilwwhcre. Jueknouvllle, May A, IhGiMGiC
BOOK AND VARIETY STORE,
Cniivi'ii or CAMnui.MV ami Oni.onv Sritmro,
MAY DC FOUND
A WELL S F. la K C T 13 D
&C, A.C., fcc,
ContUtlng In jiart as follows, vlt:
I and other Mlrcellaneous Heading. 17.
IBIaxxIc QooUm t
II' vnu want lll.iuk llunLn, call at the Juekui
v flic Hook and Variety store, corner Cullfur.
ula nnj Oregon streets.
SOlnx-loas for lOOOI
I I' vnu wuut a Kood Dlnrv fur llCU,eallattle
Jiicksouvillo Honk nud Vnrkty store, coruir
Callloruia and Orejjo.i strecU 17
TlIO.Si: who want School Honk', villi find
them at the Jucloiilllo Hook nud Variety
iloru, corner California and Oregon streets.
TIH.Hi: can bo round a lino lot of rocket Cut
lery at lha Jacksonville Hook and Variety
store, corner California and Oregon streets.
7J.oli3a.ss mrt lttx-Xxxwim I
VIOLINS aud Violin String' can bo bad at
tho Jaeksonvillo Hook and Variety store,
corner California and Orison street. 17
AOOOD afoorliueut of Clocks at the Jack
sonvlllo Hook and Variety store, corner
California and Oregon ttrccts. 17
SHOULD you want Jewelry, call ami e-cnmlno
thu lino awortmeut at tho Jacksonville Hook
and Variety store, corner Cal. and Oregon stn.
Oold Xozsss t
AF1NH lot of Gold I'eiiii, with silver holders,
and without, at thn Jacksonville Hook and
Varlcly store, corner Cal, and Oregon streets.
PICTURES with and without frames; Look
ing Glawei of various sizes, to be found at
the Jacksonville Hook and Varlcly store.
BTlfiili ps,aj ft).yn CSiaIssss t
ASKRTS and Tubs can lio found at the
Jacksonvlllo Hook and Variety store, cor
ner California aud Oregon streets. 17
nv BiY ATXCVM (
rpOOTII, Nail, Shaving. 1'alnt, Shoe, Sable
j. nun niuer firusuea, nt iuv jueKBuiiviuoxiuuH
and Variety store, corner Cal. and Oregon sts.
3Xixslo,l Xxxtx"ixxta.oxitai !
IJSLUTKS, FifesJIarmonlcann, Jewa Harps and
. other Musical Instruments, can bo found at
tho Jacksonvlllo Hook and Variety store. 17
bnoy sT Aolscotas I
PORT MONIES, Buckskin l'urscs, Money
Jacket and Dells, can bo found at tho Jack
sonville Hook and Variety store. 17
ELASTIC and other Dells can lie found at the
Jacksonville Dook and Variety (tore, cor
ner California tai Oregon street. 17
,.- A. BRimNER i0 mto.,
HAVE received via. YIIKKA and UED
NEW SPRING GOODS!!
Among which nu
LmtioH' nnd Misscn Now Spring
Uonncts and Flrtta, t rimed
mid uittrimcd, InfnntVdo.,
Blogant Bilk Drew ?atterms,
OrgnndicH and Printed Jncko
net.s, I'rinted Unrrejrcs, Ging
ham Robot, Inf 't's cmb'd
Robos & Waistn, cmb'd
lia nd 8, ItiHcrtings
KIOS SOQUST FAHII
Plimsolls, nn elegant variety,
Bonnet and Cap Ribbono,
Hair Net, embroidered,
SILK AND LACE MANTILLAS!
(XKVV HI VI.K.)
Ami lists Gkvti.i:mi:.v,
SPRIM2 & SUMMER CLOTIILXC !
FnrniHliing Goods, RiiHinens
Suitn, Roys Suit.", etc., etc.
Together with a large stock of
ItM-plo Dry sat-ooclas,
Sir In Mins "Wtiro,
Tho atpnve Onnds have been selecleil by Mr.
J. A. HltUNNCH with care, and expressly
to suit we wants or mo jacKiouvinc m.irKut.
The late dry winter has rnaldisl lilm lo iurchao
nt low iirlces, and wo are determined to sell
cheaper limn ever.
J. A. iiiiu..M.ii a: i in;.
Jacksonville, April 'if, IH.O.-tr.l.l.
A LARGE STOCK
'PIH.iindirsIgneil ore now olu ring thclrttrge
JL und i'Mt-uIv i stock oi
tiivy csoobs, &c:.,
At Iteiliirrsl ItatcH FOR CASH,
or In prompt men, duo l!i llr-l d ly of July next,
nliii;-piNucisnip exitiu iriwern ine nu
ili-rslKUiil eviilns lir lliiilliittnn nt Ihut tlmi-.and
Ihry nri'ilrolriiusiif elortiigoul their stuck In
onli r In cIm up tin ir i.n-lm .
All nnd every ihtmiii knmilnc thernHves In
d.'ttnl lo lli" linn iif.Miuii' .V (li.r.ss. i'IUht
iiv .von: on hook .txirxr, mut ki-
lively piy iiphy thu
riit Day of .IttlVs nnxf,
ns they nru dctermlueil to n-ltlu tii llielr nut-'
Jaekimvllle, April 1'.', IfiO-KHf.
CAMKTOI.KWIsTv. SKI.MWS living 21.
miles mirth of Jacksonville, on lln main
road leading lo llio WlllatiK'tte, ukout Nov em
Otto Dark Ilrinille Spitnlsli Cow,
supimml to Ui ID years old. liurketlwllh acrop
and spill In each ear, and drinded on tho hit
hip (X) and nn tho right hlii. It 0, as near as
can l nude out, appraised ly llio undersigned
tint Yellow Ilrliitllo Cotv,
four years old, inarkcl with rrnp off llio left
ear, and under sIoim In the right, no brands ier
celvable, aipraUil lo $20.
Ibat came to Ms house when a yearling, somo
tun years or upwards ago, narked crop and un
der hit In the right ear and crop In tho left
car, color whlto lack and trlndle sides, about
four years old, appraised to i'M.
Otto Ilcd Steer,
with some white about him, branded on the
right hip with the letter 1) and below on the
sauio hip with HI, supposed lo bo four yearn old,
appraised to i'M.
Otic licit ami White Steer,
three years old, marked with crop olf the left
ear aud uudcrblt In tho rlelit. branded on the
right hip with tho letters () 0 as near us can be
made out, appraised to $21, nud
Otto Iteil nn! White Steer,
with n whlto face, ears not in irked, branded
with tho letters O 0 on the right hip as near as
can bo ascertained, supposed to bo Uvo years old,
uppraU'd t" :wv.
I hcieby certify that I have this day, April
28l!i, ISBti, appraised the foregoing for Lewis
W. Sullen', ilono nt his residence, in Jackson
County, State of Oregon.
K. MAURUIiER, J. P.,
for Jackson County.
May 3, 18C0.vv.l.
TO THE PUBLIC !
IylM now- doing business la my new fire-proof
store, and havo a good stock of every variety
DRY GOODS. CLOTH INO,
HATS, HOOTS AND 8IIOKS,
IRON AND STKKL.
UUN AND BLACKSMITH TOOLS,
Repairing material for Itre-arms, revolvers, etc.,
all of wlilcU I am anxious to sell
For Cash or Tratte !
and will sell as Low aa tho very Lowest
3CH V. J. RYAN.
P.S. Reader, If you owe me agy thing
come and pay. 1. J. R.
nFOUR IN (JUANTITK3 ami Trice to
1 sou purcnoscrs, by
21 MAURY & DAVI8.
PORTFOLIOS and Gift Books can be found
at the Jacksonvlllo Hook and Variety store,
curacr isuiiiurnia auu uregou iirceit. 17
AN endless variety of articles too numerous to
msntlnn. run tiA fnnnil &ft IIia .I1runwllla
Dook and Variety store, cor. Cal. and Ogn. its.
JUSTICES BLANKS for sale at
t. IIK.VUytM KMHT.
Judge & Emry,
IN C1UOOAOE ft DRUM'S BUILDINO,
WE have now on hand tho .nrgest and best
Saddlery aad Xarsteiat Ware,
ever brought to Southern Oregon.
LADIES' AND GENTLE-A
MAN'S SADDLES, Q
uniULKs, STinnups, sruns, mah-
of every variety, elegant and plain.
Single and Double, Plated and Plain, rfl
COLLARS, PADS, HAMES, WHIPS,
BITS, HALTKRS, PISTOL 1101-
STKRS. PHYSICIANS ANDORDI-
XAltV 8ADDLK HAGS, 1IORSK
ULANKKTS, fitted n.id stmntxxl,
ihncy and plain, ROIIKH and
SKINS. LKATHKH. HUCK
SKIN, A-e &c, ic, Ac.
X-tT-nACE: SADDLES mado to order.
with everything complete, and Dunning Sheets.
Take Kotloe that this la tho only Show
which has tho Uonuino CONCORD COACH
We make the real, shnnn pure
full rlagcd. with UI.1.1.3 nnd COLI.AU tVti3.
We iiiako our own CUSTOM WORK,
nnd llnisli It In tho host inaniicr.
Old or latest styles of every species of work,
followed nirrecalify lo the tastes of our palrous.
Call and examine our stock licfon purchasing
We S K L L C II E A I and do Custom
Work at lowest llvlnir prices.
JlL.I-'Al 111 NCs- none at snort notice.
(Infers from a distnnco nminptly attended to.
All aro Invited lo call and examine our
8ADDLE AND HAP.NEQS MANUFACTURER
tor. CnltriiriiU nml lrr-nn itrrrls,
jSx Will nlwnyit keep mi handjgt-A
Kla large iivnrliin ut of Cnllr.ir-ffi
NT Sl'iila and Oregon .Saddles, Whips, r
Hrldles, and Harness, vtlili.li will bo sold at
saiwu'.s, numixs, ii.insr.ss, hal-
TKHS. MAMIS'(AU:s, U'OODKX,
mox ash in: ass stimwi's,
sunasau:s, sa d d i. r.
HOLS TV KS,
Sirups, Duckies, Clasps, nnd a complete assort
ment In Ihe Saddlery, Hone und vNuguti Kuril
'A'(l. U-hv1hI nltentiou paid Iu the manufuc
lure of lienvy
I'cniiHjJv.tiiiii K Coitcovtl Ctsucli
All CUSTOM WOIIK done 011 Ihe shortest
notice, In tin best sljli-.
All my old en.loim'is nro Inrlleil to call nnd
examine thu new- sliiofe, which Is guarantied I11
sell as low ns nuy oilier liuui in Jackson coun
ty.. tft-JJepnlring done nt shortest nolle.
BURPEE & LINN,
Uregoii Mlrrrl,iiiNi.lleKriniry . Ilunillii's,
All klinla sir Furniture
AT MIOUT MITICU, Tit (IIIUKIi.
Aro nan' recelvliignnd Intend to keep constantly
nu hand u full n-orlinent of
EASTERN MANUFACTURED FURNI
TURE, SITU AS
SPRING BOTTOM CHAIRS
Of all Descriptions,
rroach Bodstoads, site.
All nnlers In the Furniture and Cabinet line,
nihil nt short notice, cheap for cash, l.y
actr uri'i:i: & linn.
Tbe Largest nnd Completes, over
llrouglit to Jnckaoiivillr.
HAS recently received a large and diversified
HIMII.X. Oi WKIC1IIT CUICKN,
UOI.U A MII.VKH WATCIIKSJ,
Pearl, Kiutrahl A Caiurit Hrl
Together with a splendid lot of other
JUlEAST-rSS, 1IHOOCHKS, KAK
lilSGS, FJXGEIl-ltlSaS, LOCKETS,
huoki.es, oiAsrs, uhaoe-
Lm'S, 8I.EKVE HUTTOSS,
LAISS, A SD
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ALSO,
IjOI.ii Tkns, with Gold ash Bii.vkr and I':arl
JloI.IIKIH, GOI.U JkNP hll.VKU TlllMni.VCK,
6ii.v:r Waiib, 8roos. Taiiij! Beth,
ami Lawks' Ss.au, Work .Sits.
All of which will lw void at low prices and
warranted. J. NEUBEU still continues to
BXrar msxc oiooikss.
as heretofore. In tho beat manner, and with quick
dispatch. All articles In his line manufactured
promptly, nod with neatness. Call and see bis
stock at tho old stand, corner of Third ond
uawornia streets, Jacksonville. i lit
Boots and Shoes !
TMIE subscriber has oneneil a ahon on Call
A. fornla street, two doors west of Haines ft
Bros, store, wnero bo will mako tbe
BE8T AND FINEST
BOOTS AND SHOES,
WITH NEATNESSand DISPATCH.
HIS WORK a'i WARRANTED.
He will also
ujihe Tbeil manoer at short
I J" A shsrs of public rstronacels rcirrct
Ifullyiollclted. M. STACIX
BV BURKE & WILLIAMS.
Car. Call AirnU tSiOlriroii ate., Jekonllle.
THIS efilahllsheil and popular House has been
purchased, nnd Is now kept by
Bills lltirkc and Dick Williams,
both old residents of Jacksonville, and widely
Kiitwn in tins ncciion 01 ine mote.
Under their management the
shall lie kept In first-class style, and every arti
cle procured nt their Har will bo of prilnc i-uat-lly.
They hav o on hand
XjIcixxoxxx. jaucl. Olgafai,
of superior quallllcs and choice brands. Thoso
who have partiality for
will be served with the most delicious " tltmlar
Hies" that can bo devised. A lip-top article of
CleBuiae Havana Cigars,
from Icaillng Importing Houses of San Francis
co, always on bnud.
The House is furnished with two superior
for the recreation and exerel-o of guests who
may desire to encaeo in this dcllirhlful. bencll
Mies of latest locM, Cullroml. and Stater
papers kept for the entertainment r visitors.
In every wny wlllilu llielr line the I'niprlelorn
will spare neither exertions nor vspcii? to eatir
to the tastes, requirements, and (ancles of their
Jacksonville, March 31, Ieno.-11-tf.
Sy Martin sV Hathbum.
THIS favorite, spacious and attractive House,
has lr-e n ntircbascd from the former propri
etors. Mer. McI.AUiuu .V Km in u by tl
above nniniil parties, who are now ptepand to
receive the calls of their friends and Ihe public
Their J? A R ' stockeil with the licst of
every variety or
WINES, LIQUORS, ALES. COR
DIALS AND OIQARS,
Jul recelviil from Ihe first linjiortlni Louses In
san traucisco. All sons oi
Kplcnreiin Drinka nml Mixtures
In warm the heart and cheer the mind, will In)
dcciiclcd, out of the cholcut eshlUratlug nud
NEW BILLIARD TABLES,
or I'inu.A .v'.v i..Ti:sr, .most nt
I'liovr.n sri'u:, with mauiii.k
BKItS AXI) I'ATKXT CVMlIf'
AM T10X 0 US II lOSS.
Those "ond of lids deliahlful and lienltliful ever
cl-i will cnnsultlielrenjovmeutliy plavlnLiiiHin
these J 13 r TABLES. 1 ho
" NEW STATE" SALOON
Is on the idil sput .Vrie llmhUn-j, euf.tr 1 t'ifi
fvrnM nml IVunl Slmlr.
Jackwiuvlllv, .Martli :i, IKi.u.-jl-T.
. ., Rr"'" " .' r","'''7 V
l... J l',l I. Ui,'
Corner Callfurniii & Oregon Sts.,
TTAvi: lOll .I,i:. nt Ihu v
ix l'iti l lies Km cash,
JIOO'J'S AND SIIOKS,
IIA'L'S AND CAPS,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
AVJ XES AXD LIQUO.KS,
Atsl-J AND POltTEll,
TOBACCO Ss CICs AltS,
And OOUZfTRT ntODUOS
generally, lienvy Clatlilnic will
hv Hold nt Cost.
TABLE HOCX BAXBRT
TUT. undersigned hat nn hand, and Is altv-nya
ready lo mauufacturo to order, all kinds ut
for Weildlnus. Halls, or 1'nrlles. uot tin In sood
style, und at the shortest notice.
Is always supplied w Ills n choice lot of I.tqunra
and Wine, and Thomas A Jacobs' wholesome
JacVsonvllle, O. T., Oct. 2, IMS 3;3Slf
TWO FRENCH DRAUGHT
WILL stand tho ensuing season la Jackson
county ono a "NORMAN," tho other
a "LION I1I.AHT." Tho A'orwwn will stand
at Mr. IUui.in'k, near Jacksonville. The Lion
Heart at S. Coi.teh'h, Gaslmrir.
Terms for both Horses tbe same : $25 for the
season j $30 to Insure.
All dues lo be settled by nolea or cash, at the
clofco of the season. For further particulars ap
ply ui ine iiaumng places.
Both Horses aro dark browns.
The AWmii weighs about four
teen pounds. The Lion Heart
twelvo hundred and fifty. Tbe
A'vrman received the premium as Heavy Draught
by tbo Society at Montreal, Lower Canada. Tbe
Eton Hmrt received the premium as Light
Draught. These premiums were awarded by
Henry Gautbler, President of tbe Society. As
Roadsters and Farm Horses, we challenge com
petition, and are willing at any time to give
breeders an opportunity to judge of our stock
by tbelr performances, either trotting or pulling.
8, COLA Ell.
P. S. (train will bo received at cash prices
for duea, delivered at Gasburg.
May 3, 18C0.-16.tr.
AAA WHICH Those owinj
UUv) us are requested to raise
po:siDie. --bverv liiuo noire.
MAURY & PA VIS.
JOIISf A-UKIIIU.V, - JAMRH T. ULKKX,
AiDERSOlV & GLK?r',
BETWEENOREOON AND THIRD STREETS.
STAPL & FANd DRV GOODS,
Clothing, Boots, Sho,
Hats and Caps,
Prenorved Frnita, Tim Fraitf
Preserved Moats, Oysters,
Fresh Spices, Saaces,
Jollies and Tickles,
Mechanics' Implements, Far
tiling Implements; Paliits,
Oils, Iron nml Steel,
(of all kinds) VWUtt, OH AlS, SAChTH,
CANDI.K3, OAMI'HHNi:, LAMP
OIL. VIS WAI5K, WOODEN
AVAlli:, I1HOO.MH, PAILS,
ZNXXA HUSBBR 300B,
to which we rcpcctfulty Invito inrsous wishing
purclinsQ as vre nro determined li HTlT.Ti
CHEAP FOR CASrf.
AM)i:itSON fc OI.ENN.
Jackvouvllle, Octohcr 1.1, 1MMI 3V.
On Applesnlo Creek, 12 Mile
from .liickoiiville,on tlse
Crescent City Itoad.
Tin: u.VDEnsiaNnn would respixt
fully Inform Ihoeltlensor Applegalv Val
ley nnd vicinity, that wu nrr receiving and now
opening a LAKGi. and WLLL-SELKUTEU
STOCK OE GOODS
direct from San Francisco, and shall keep con
staully on hand a largo nsHirlmcnt of
ClUOITEHI r.S, CLOTHING,
II ATS fc CAPS, HOOTS SHOES,
FAIlSlSn UTI'.SSll.S', M1S1SO IM-
ii.i:mi:sts, niivns, liquors,
CIGAIIS, ASI) YAShKK
N O T I O iV S .
Our Roods nro setcctfd and tiurcha-eil from
thu lot istuMWhe! hntiM-s nnd stocks In i-su
J lminlco, and wo gnarnnlm lo still as low ru
nuy ulliir liousv lit tho county.
ll. ii. 1 l in l.'.l. n- viz.
Applegate, Pepl. nth, 1 ;. 3!
KgXA'EY & HAMLIN'S
nx&cl IMCXxxox'w' OHoan
Cash Store !
MAY QE POUND
DRY C.GOIIS l.D GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
FOREIGN AND DOME8TIO
WOOD AXI) WILLOW WARL.
STOVES & TIN WARE,
POWDEK, S II ( T AM) L.IMD,
dims, K.nrtlirrn anil liurrna Warr.
All of which will l sold so loie an to DEPV
COMPETITION. Call blJ examine U
fore purcb-Klnf- ilvvth(re, aud we will verify
llio foregoing declaration',
MiSfSlore, torntr of California ami Ongon
Sttcttt, opjxuitc the El Doiudo Saloon, Jack'
m.l.lVK.UV W.MiOV rlrtnlallnfi raiulf
ruim.l)- msiiinil Ihi-uiigh irv.
LOVE & BILGER,
Tin, Store, & Hardware Dealer,
Csuronviv SrnicT, Jackkonvtixb,
Tin-Plate, Sheet-Iron & Copper Worker.
EVERY article in utu Manufactured In the
above Hue mado to order with proinptnen
Tbo proprietors keep on hand nn extensive as.
Fore pumps, Chain, Ho
every description of
a largo quantity of
liar nml Assorted IRON,
In quantities lo suit purchasers.
Oookiag aad Keatiag ft tew,
of the most approved patterns, alw ays In store,
and for sale rery Ion' for Casb.
Jacksonville, Oct. 16, 18. 2tf
THE sulserlbcr will MAKE ! kH
during tbe coming summer, throughout tbe
Roguo River, Applegate and Illinois Valleys.
lie will also do all kinds of
especially TME8HI.RS and FAN-MILLS.
NEW RIDDLES &, SCREENS.
for Fans and Threshers, supplied on short notice
and on tbe most reasonable terms. '
Shop, at WELLS' MILLS, 00 Appltgata.,
Alls orders left with ARTHUR LAXGUSAfe.
pjcKsouviiis, mu ce prcmpiiy mrwaraea so tb
op. . J
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