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Minnesota Republican Platform.
The following resolutions, with two
others relating to matter's purely local,
constitute the platform adopted by the
Republican State Convention of Minne
eota, whicnjconvened on the lCth, ult:
JiesolvediT'l-.Tha the Itepubh"
party continues to be'the party! pro
gress arid reform ; that while pledging
itself anew to their great principles of
universal freedom and equal human
rights wkh which it has triumphed in
the past,-and which it has permanently
ihcorpofated in government, State and
liational.'it meets boldly new questions
as they arise, "m the same spirit of de
votion to the rights of the people, irre
spective ol class or condition; and that
it presents the first example of a great
party wise and just enough to correct
its own errors and abuses.
2. That, whereas, the Republican
party has ever been the friend of the
Oppressed securing freedom to the
Slave, giving a oome to ine .janaiesa
obtainine from JLnropeatl countries a
recognition of citizenship here for
adopted citizens it now greets with a
hearty sympathy and extended hand
to help every movement to secure to
agriculture and labor'their due influ
ence, interest and rights.
3. The producing, commercial, and
industrial interests o'f the country
should have the best and cheapest
modes of transportation possible, and
while capital invested in such means
of transit, whether by railway or
otherwise, should be permitted the
right of reasonable remuneration, all
abuse in their management, excessive
rates, unjust or oppressive discrimina
tion against localities, persons or inter
ests, should be protested against, and
the people protected from such wrongs,
and all improper and arbitrary use of
the growing power of 1 ail way and
4. That in our opinion no richts
should be vested in railway corpora
tions beyond the control of future
legislation, and that such laws should
be enacted as will limit to just and
reasonable tolls, freights and charges
of railway and transportation compa
nies and protect the people from im
, position;, and that the Legislature
should attach such conditions to all
new grants and amendments or exten
sion of old charters as will place the
rights of legislative control over such
corporations beyond all question.
5. That we highly indorse the action
of the late Legislature in investigating
and reforming the abuses in the office
ot State Treasurer, and heartily applaud
the active measures of the late Con'
press in ferriling out and exposing cor
ruption. Vfe have seerr with profound
regret, m the developments made there
by, evidence of political and official
corruption,and the abuse of responsible
positions by men of all political parties,
to further personal ends ; and we de
mand pure official conduct and the
punishment of unfaithful public men,
State and National, who, having be
trayed the confidence freely extended
to them, shall not be shielded from
the disgrace of their acts by any parti
sanship of ours ; and we denounce all
Credit Mobilier transactions, whatever
be their form.
6. When retrenchment is required
to lighten the burden of taxation and
to continue the reduction of the public
debt, an increase of salary is unwise.
We condemn without reserve, the
voting for or receiving of increased pay
for services already rendered, and de
round that the provisions ot the late
act of Congress, by which the salaries
were increased, shall be promptly and
The Climate of Oiiegon. No coun
try has a better climate than Oregon,
and few countries, if any, possess so
"many other advantages. Those who
live there long enough to become ac
quainted with its many advantages, are
unanimous and enthusiastic in its praise.
Mrs. Francis Key6er, of Yamhill coun
ty, who went with her husband and
other relatives from New Hampshire
to Wisconsin, thence to Iowa and Cal
ifornia, and finally to Oregon, in search
of a better climate and country, under
date Amity, Oregon, July 27th, 18S3,
writes to her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Moore,
ol Washington, D. C, as IoIIowb :
"We are having very warm weather.
Everything looks beautiful. The trees
are loaded with fruit. I like
kere very much better than any other
place that I ever lived. I think it is
such a beautiful climate no tornadoes,
nor heavy winds, nor thunder showers
and I tell you it seems nice after
having lived in such a stormy country."
A Georgia editor describing a wed
ding lately, said tho bride looked a
very lilly cradled in the golden glim
mer of some evening lake a foam
flecked, snowy, yet 6un-flushed, crown
ing the rippling of some soft summer
sea." If that were really so, the bride
groom must have been puzzled to know
whether he was wedding a submarine
conservatory or an Aurora Borealis.
The new postal card is not yet well
understood in Ashville. A youne gent
received one and after tearing at one
end for some time said to the Postmas
ter: "See here, Jones, I'can't get the
plaguey thing open."
Tiie Winona (Minn.) Republican
publishes a letter dated Ku-wah-ba-bo
gon-ha-kog-sah-ge-agon, White Earth
Lake, July 22d, 1873.
Wm. H. Hewitt, of Wheatland, Ore
gon, has this season raised 1,000 gal
lons ot blackberries on a little over one
acre of ground.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A LARGE ADDITION TO HIS"' AL
reldy well Selected Stock or
JEWELRY & SILVERWARE.
GOLD WATCHES k CHAINS, SILVER
WATCHES k CHAINS, from the most eel-
ebrated MANUFACTURERS of America
and Europe, which is offered to the TRADE
at PRICES' to SUIT THE TIMES. v
A New lot of Eieht Day and Thirty Hoar
fit S I
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Cleaned and
Repaired, and WARRANTED.
A LOT of Silver Plated Spoons, Knives k
Forks, and Castors. Mnsic Boxes, Accor
deoDS, Guitars and Violins, Guitar and Violin
Strings, the best in market.
A Large asrortment of
Just received a large lot of
Toys for Holiday.
Great assortment of Cigars, Pipes k Tobacco,
Fine Cut for smoking and chewing, and all
SPECTACLES OF ALL KINDS
Agent for Florence, G rover k Baker and
Howe Sewing Machines. A Large assort
raeot of SILK. & COTTON THREAD
On Oregon street, Jacksonville.
Manning &Isli, Proprietors.
Respectfuully inform the public that they
have a fine stock of
HARNESS, BUGGIES k CARRIAGES
and I am prepared to furnish my patrons, and
the public generally, with as
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
horses hired to go to any part of the country
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Horses broke to work single or double, JTor
ses boarded, and the best care bestowed upon
them while in my charge.
J- My Terms are reasonable.
A liberal share of the public patronage it
MANNING & ISII.
Jacksonville, July 15, 1871.
cj 33 2c ola. angc
KUBLI & WILSON,
THE proprietors have recently purchased tbi
above well-known stand, situated on tbt
California and Fourth Streets,
Where the very best horses and buggies can be
bad at all times, at reasonable rates. Their stock
of roadsters cannot be equalled in the State.
On reasonable terms, and the best care and
attention bestowed upon them while under their
charge. Also !
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Being satisfied that they can (give satisfac
lion, the proprietors solicit the patronge o
the public. ';
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Jacksonville, June 11. 187C
OREGON 1 CALIFORNIA RAILROAD
Company, Land Department. Portland,
Oregon, April 5, 1872. Notice is hereby given,
that a vigorous prosecutiou will be instituted
against any and every person who trespasses
upon any railroad Land, by cutting and remov
ing timber therefrom before the same is
BOUGHT of the Company AND PAID FOR.
All T&iMtnl T.Jinil in rAA nnmWul dwIIa..
whether surveyed or unsurveyed, within a difr
unceoi luiriy mnes irom tne line or the road,
belongs to the Company.
I, B, MOORES.
aprl3 tf Land Agent.
r. fia rtw jisSWi W
3 wJi. i
City Drug 'Stbf js -
WALKER'S VINEGAR? i
BITTERS -.......-.One Dollar.
AYER'S SARSAPARIL-. . ,
LA " ,"
AYER'S CHERRY PEC- '"'
TORAL '. "' "
WILD CHERRY " "
HALL'S BALSAM FOR
THE LUNGS " ".
CATHARTIC LIVER ' '
KING .....X -; .
JAYNES' EXPECTOR- .-tt-..
ANT... -.,. .,
XlUaAilAXiU'S Jill- ij.s- u
ALL KINDS OF PILLS ' '
PERBOX -. ' 25' cents.
And other goods in oar line will be sold at
greatly p.duced pric
ROBB & KAHLER. '
Sore Throat. Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup,
Liver Complaint, Bronchitis, Asthma, Bleeding
of the Lungs, and every affection of.the throat,
lungs and chest, are speedily and permanently
cured by the use or
Dr. Wislar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
This well known preparation does not dry up a
cough and leave the cause behind as is the ease wilh
most medicine but it loosens amt cleanses the lungs
and allays irritation, thus removing tin cause of the
Consumption can be Cured
by a timely resort to this standard remedy, as
is proved by hundreds of testimonials received
by the proprietors. None genujnjMuiless signed
I. Bens, Setti W. Fowlk k So5.3Pi'oprietors,
Boston. Sold by Reddingten, Hostetter & Co.,
San Francisco, and by dealers generally.
ep. a, 1872-1 j.l
Address and Confes-
SION of J. F. GOOD, who cared
himself, and printed for yonng
men and others suffering from Nervous Debili
ty, Loss of Manhood, Impoteocy, e'e the ef
f cts of Indiscretion and telf-abnse; furnishing
his SELF CURE, and sent free on receiving a
stamp or post-paid envelope. Address
JONATBAN F. GOOD.
Lock box 1,492,
sep 28 '72yl Sab Krancico. Cal.
Incurable Case 5
BR. LE RICHATJ'S
After ton Tears" .rial on this Coutlus
prorcn itself the only curatiTC in a ctft&ln clue
of diseases pronounced by method l racUUou-
rj u lacnrauie. ,
Dr.LeBichan's GOLDEN MSikHo.1
eures Chancres first rtnj snrond fegfB.Bowfion
th Legs or Body: Sorty Ears, Eyrt,Nce, kx.
Copper-colored Bl-tchs, Syphilitic Cktuxh,
DiBeased Scalp, and all primary forms of the
(Ueeas tnowu as Syphilis. Pncc, $2 xir ,U
tie, or two for S3.
Dr.LeBiclnii's G3LBEN BALSAM Rr.2
enret Tertiary, Mercurial, Syphilitic Ehfiuna
tism. Tains in IIij BoniK. Pack of the Nrtk, Vh
trated Soro Throat, Syphilitic lUth.Ixmpt
and Contracted 0rda, fctiffnswt of tbe limlwf
and eradicate til diseases from tho rysttm,
whether caused by Indiscretion or abuse o
raerenry leaving tho Hood pure and hcalihy.
Price, $J psr bottle, ot two .lor $9.
HJote, for the Cor ot Oonnorhcrs, Gleet. IxtI.
Jaion, Gravel, end all Urinur or Ge&iU)
unasgements. Price, f 130 per bottle.
Dr. Ls RichaaYCOLBEH SPAH1SH IH-
jectlon. a wash and Injection ferrevrroews
ot Gonnorhoei, InfUmm atory Cleft, SMctnrt i,
and all diseases ot tho Sidneys and Elid&r.
Mca.Jl.50 per bottle.
Alia Agrats for DE. IE EICEAIPS 00LEE5
TILLS tat Seminal Walne, Melt Einis
alona, Impotency. and all Clseasra eruunff ttom
lastuxbation and excessive &lmrc. rricr, $3.
per bottle. Tho genuine Goxsxk Buuit is
mi np only in round bottles.
On receipt of price, these medicines will
be ent to all parti of the country, by exrresi
or mail, securely packed and free from obecr-
Tiuon. bois Agenia,
C. F. EICHIEDS S: CO.
ITbolesale and Retail Druggists and
Chemists. B W. cor. Clay Sanaome .
Etieets, Ban innciKO, uk
June 21, 1873-1 year.
Notice, to Miners
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE BEEN
JL duly appointed, and that my bondsbave
eccuuui, aiijiiutcu, aa
V. .8.. DEITOTT StJRTETOB,
Of Mineral Claims for Mining District No. 1. in
the State of Oregon. "Office near Ashland
Oregon. ,.ai ...
October 1, 1872Iy.
qttich: J3V t't:
DAVID CRONEMILLER &. CO,
i irjciuui cuniiAu i
i A MH.I.KR"tftTiTfltfOf5
. ww mnn nr.n crsxTrknn
Are prepared to ao ttiacKsmitningor an Kinase
ana win atso aeep coasuniiy on nana an Kinus
01 iron, eieci, nurre snoea ana none Bans,,
Belts, Bncfrr Clipg; DeeFlais.
and erery thins in the UacksraiUi line fer sale
cneap ior cats, ana wm sell ior cam.
Jacksonville, Not. 30, 1872tf. J
ivlk pilgl mm
CONDUCTED BY i '
The Sisters of tile llely Nanes,
MJacfcsonvillej Oregon?? ' ' '
Board and'ToUlon per"Term ..$40''00
Entrance fee. only opceu. -J...... ...... .6 00
Piano....'.' ,..,,., , 15 00
Drawing and PaIntIng.J.j..i....... , - 8 00
Bed and Bedding ,.. ...... ,4 00
SELECT DAY SCHOOL ' '
Primary) perterm...i... -......!. 6'6d
Junior....., .p;. .-.. ...i....... 8 00
"Senior...'....:..... 10 '00
The scholastic year commences about tie
middle or August, and is., divided, into, four
'sessions offelerefl weeks each. Pupil's are
received at any time, and their' ternrwitl bg
counted from the day of their entrance For
further particulars apply at the academy.--
vaa t eiiors
"V ' "W" i"1 "
"Travelers and resident boarders will find
: . MADAME HOLTS '
BEDS AND BEDDING
Placed in first class order; and in every
Way superior to any in this section, and,
unsurpassed oy any in me state.
HER ROOMS ARE NEWLY FURXlSllED
And a plentiful supply of the best of every
thing the market affords will be ob- ,
Hereafter, her House will be kept open all
night, and square meals can be had at any time
through the night. Oysters prepared in every
style, lanehes etc. to be had. Stage passengers,
and others, out late at night, can always find a
good fire, .hot meals, and good beds at the above
No trouble will be spared to deserve the pat
ronage of the traveling as well as the perma
Jacksonville. Dee. 25. 1889
STEAM SAW MILL,
One Mile Eait or John Stout'a Farm,
ND ABOUT 30 MILES northeast from
Every description of' lum-
ber sawed from eood
Sugar Pine, Yellow Pine and Fir
timber, kept constantly on hand or sawed to
order. In connection with my mill I hare a
and will dresslnmber for all who may wistt it.
and will also keep DEE3SED LUMBER at all
times on hand. WM. PATTERSON.
September 1, 1872-m3.
S CM BREWERY!
VE1T SCHUTZ, Proprietor.
TIIE PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY IN
formed that the; van find, at any time, at
the CITY BREWERY, the best of Lager Beer,
u quantities to suit the purchaser.
Jacksonville, Jan. 15.1B70-lf
and COURT BLANKS
"of all kinds, kept on haad forale, or printed
to order at this office.
Oartes de Visite
DONE llf TIIE FINEST STYLE OF ART.
OR ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZE.
NOTICE TO QUARTZ MINERS.
A MALGAMATOU.NDASSAYER,of Cal-
Xjl ifornia. will inspect mines and machinery.
and give general lnlormation on mining, in
quire of, ' ' J.T.GLENN.
jacKsonTiue.nov. io, 101211.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
THE EUROPEAN' PILa.'N,
Cor, Fenna, AVe. and 6th St., "
THISHOTEL HAS BEEN CLOSED
since April last, and has, dnrine the
oast summer, undergone tbe most thor-JiH
ough renovation. It has been refurnished with;
elegant, walnut Aiaruie Top furniture, Spring
Beds, Velvet and Brussels carpets throughout,
The fur niture and appointments have been
manufactured to order expressly for this honse
anda're equal jn style, and durability to any
European H6td in the country. "The rooms
are arranged en ante and sinelr. and trill hi
rented frpm,$l 00 to $5, Offperday (including
A spaciou Ladiex'.and Gentlemen's dinihe
room. Gentlemen's restaurant, lunch and re
freshment saloons are convt-niently arranged,
where all meals 111 be served a la carle.
A liberal discount will be made to those de
siring to remain by the week or month.
, i j WOODBURY, k DUREN,
Dec,!, 1872m3 Proprietors.
1 iii' '
To Mill Men an cV Machinists.
Wehavefotsile at.this.officea rponsiderable,
1 S a.! Jl UMll'A'e-
Wbich'is nilable fpr.all pdrposeB where Bab
bit Metal ib used, and tn many cases is prefer
able. It will be sold In any quantity required.
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, nnlTrally admitted ta
;L. (lU th haodsomeit Periodica! in.;tt: World.t A
KepreseniauTa ana unampioa ox
Not tor-Salvia BMk1orJmISl'flrts,.
THEALVINEi whiielswVd with all th? reg
ularity, has nonc or the temporary or1
timely letereft characteristic of ordinary, publi
catlotif. It is an leza'nt mirellauy of pun-
light and graceful literature; and a collection
or pictures, ine rarest specimen or artisMC
skill, in black and white. Elthough each men
crrdiog number afiords a freb pleasure to its
mends, the real value and beauty of The,
Aldine will be most appreciated after1 it ha
been bound up at the close of ,thajear.. )'hie
other jjnblfcations may claim superior cheap
ness as liompnred with rivals'of a similaf'clasa
The Aldine is a unique and original con-ception-alone
and unapproached absolutely
vri'tout competition in price or character. The
possessor of a complete volume cannot dupli
catejlhe quantity of fine paper and engraving
in any other shape or number of Tolumesnr
ten times Us cost; and then there are the ehromos, ie
sidest Art Department.
Notwithstanding tbe increase in tte price of
subscription last Fall, when The Aldine
assunvd its present noble proportions and repJ
resentative character, the edition was more than
doubled daring the past year; proving that the
American pablic appreciate, and will support, a
sincere effort in the cause of AR1. Thn nnb-
lishers, anxious to justify the ready confidence;
thus demonstrated, have exerted themselves to
the utmost to develop and Improve the work;
and the plans for tbe coming year, as. unfolded
by the monthly issues, will astonUb and delicti t
even our most sabgune patrons-. The publish
ers are autnorizea to announce designs from
many" of 'the mosl eminent artists of Ameriea.
In addition. The Aldine will reproduce
examples of the best foreisrn masters, selected
wilh a view to the highest artistic success, and
greatest general interest; avoiding such as have
ucLuuie lawuiar, mruugn pnoiograpns, or cop
ies ui auy kiuu.
The quarterly tinted plates, for 1873, will re
produce fonr of John S. Davis inimitable child
sketches, appropriete to tbe four seasons; these
plates appearing in the fssut for January, April
July and October, would be alone worth the
brice of a year's entuenption.
The popular feature ot a copiously illustrat
ed "Christmas" number will be continue d.
To possess such a valuable epitome of the art
world, at a cost so trifling, will command lh
subscriptions of thousands in every section of
the country; but. as the usefulness and attrac
tions of The Aldine can be enhanced, In
proportion to tbe numerical increase of its sup
porters, the publishers propoic to make "asur
ance doubly sure,'' by the following unparal
lelled offer ol
Premium Chroruos for 1873.
Erery snbscrilier to THE ALDINE, ulio pay in J
rance for th year 1873, will receive, without additional
charge; a paio of beautiful oil ehromos, after J. J. Hill,
the eminent Xngllsh painter. The pictures, entitled
"The Village Belle," and "Crossing the Moor," are 11x20
Inches are printed from 23 different plates, reiulr2ng 25
Impressions and trats to perfect each picture. The same
Chromos are sold for 30 per pair in tho art stores. As It
is the determination of its conduetora to keep THE AL
DINE ont of the reach of competition le ewy depart
ment, tbe chromos will be found correspondingly ahead ot
any that can be offered by other periodicals. Erery sufl
scribel will rrcelre a certificate, orerthc signature of the
publishers, guaranteeing that the chromosddiTered shall
be equal to the sumples furnished the agent or the moniy
will be refunded. The distribution of pictures of this
grade, free to the tubscr.bers to a fire dollar periodical,
will marl, an enoch in the hktorr at Art-. nA v.n.Lp.
log the unprecedented cheapneM of the price for THK
limWI...,. !. t . ,1-1. 1. ..-.. a ..
AM...... it.vii, iuc juaitei uuis utiie soon or a mirafin'
eren to those best acquainted w ith the achieTemeuts of
Inrcrjtive genius and Improved mechanical appliances.
(For illustrations of these ceromos sco November issue of
The Literary Department.
"Will continue under the care of NR. ltlCUARD HENRY
OlUllfAUll. aSSWeU DTt&A lHt WritArMftnilnnntanftli
day, who will strive to have the literature of THE AL-
""' aiajs in Keeping un lis artistic attractions.
FIVE DOLLARS per annum. Oil Chrome fr
TIIE ALDINE will, hereafter, be obtainable only by
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to the pubilkhert, except in cases where the cerUicate ia
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4 Co. JAJIE3 SUTTON & CO . Publishers.
53 Maiden Lane, Xew Yor.
VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE,
rpnE GUIDE IS NOW PUBLISHED
X QUARTERLY. Z5 Cents pjs for
the year, four numbers, which is not half the
cost Those who afterwards send money to the
amount 01 une uouar or more for Seeds may
also add twenty-hve cents worth extra the
price paid for the Guide
The -'January Number" is beautiful, giving
plans for making Rural Homes, designs for
Dining: Table Decorations, Window Gardens,
tc., and contaiuing a mass of information In
valuable to tbe lover of flowers. One" Hundred
and Fifty-pages, on fine tlnte'd paper, some 60u
Engravings, and a superb colored plate and
chromo cover. The first edition of 2U0.009 just
printed in English and German, and ready to
bcuu uui. oeuu uruers iu
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THE BEST OFFER
F O H 1873.
Is"TY CENTS A' TEAB ' '
We give the Cottage Monthly, with
Smith's Dollar Magazine, for.. ........ .$1 "00
Western Rural, with premium, for 2 25
Prairie Parmer, for...... 2 00
Weekly Inter-Ocean, for 1 50
American Agriculturist, for. k 1 50
We give Lanseu "Cablo"' to every subscriber.
Can You tTo Better?
Address with cash, alwav.
jsn4m3. 112 La Salle St., Chicago.
First Door IVtst of IVtalte & Martin's
GROCERIES JND PROVISIONS.
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Produce takeH in Exchange.
JsT- aiTEllE A CALL. -
Jatksonville, Dec.14, 18721y
dtC B?Ori TsaDirJi Agents wanted I
fJJt'TO'JCV All class'es of working peo
ple, qf.eilht-r; gex, young or .ojd, make more
money at work for, nsjn their spare moments,
6rall the' time, than at anything -else' Partlc-i
ulars free. Address O. Stinson & Qo Port
land, Maine. p21, '72yl.
A J !StEIixVkS-EQta
I jID-rWIHTE. , ALEX ilAKT;.N
(3DCCES30R-TO JAS.T. QLESS.)
CALlFOKNIA'STREETt: .i ,
. . n'm iq f -nil
i LOW PRICES WILL WIN.
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE
In notifying his' friends and 'the public
generallythat he is .now receiving and op
ening a very latge and extensive stock of
1. - 1 1
STAPLE JDRT GOODS, . ' ,
READT MADP. CLOTHING.
1IATS AND CAPS,
CALIFORNlAi AND SALEM
CLOTHS, ' '
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Lailieb', Misses' & Children's Slioes.
J- I have, also, in connection with -tga
the, above, a very large and
extensive stock of choice
Paints anJ Oils; also.
Window Glass, Nails, Iron
and Steel, Cast and Steel
SSf Plows, Wooden and Wjllow ware. tSa
I am ready to sell anything in my line a
tho LOWEST CASn PRICE. Persons wishiiiir
to buy goods, will find it greatly to their ad
vantage to examine my stock before purchas
ing elsewhere, as I am determined not to up
undersold by any house in Jackson county.
Give me a call, and then judge lor yourself
as to my capaolty to furnish goods as above.
WniTE k MAKTIN.
Jacksonville. November 18.' 1871 f
DEALER ASD WORKER I
TIi SHEET-IRON. COPPER,
LEAD AND BRASS,
" liTi TflTll
And dealer In
California St., Jacksonville,
(Eetweeil Orrgcn and Tlilrd,)
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
an assortment of the best Tin, Sheet-iron
and Copper ware. Brass. Pipes, Hydranlio
Nozzles, Force rumps, Chains, Lead Pipe,
Uoea. II ARDWABK, CUTLEHY ; NAILS
of' all size.
Bar, Plate and assorted Iron;
Brushes of every variety, etc., etc.;
Paints, Oils, Sizrs and Glass;
All qualities of Powder;
Shot or all numbers;
Kope, Brass nnd Iron Wire;
, Wooden and Willow Ware;
Blacksmith, Carpenter and Miner's tools of.
' coxsmi.xa' br
Cast-iron and Steel Plows;
', Self-sharpening, Feed Cutters;
: Cauldrons' and Iron Wash Kettles;
S T'O V E S !
Always on hand a large lot of Parjor,
Cooking,- OfEcc-and Cabin Stoves, of assorted
sizes, plain nnd fancy, constructed on latest
fuel saving plans. Boilers, Kettles, Pots,
Pans, and everything connected with tlitse
stoves, warranted durable and perfect.
All articles sold or manufactured by him.
WARRANTED. His work is made of the
best materia and of choicest patterns.
- - Orders attended to wilh aispatcb, Bnd
Sited according to dirpetinna lis ;. Ji.,..;.
ed to sell at LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
uall and examine his stock before purehas
ing elsewhere. Sept. 14, 1872.
And General Stage Office,
Main Street, - - - lied' Bluff,
W. P. Mathew, - - . PEorniEiOR.
The Proprietor would respect
fully announce to his friends md the
traAeling publfc, that he has taken this well
.knowmbrick Hotel, and will at all time's be
ready to,wait pn all those who may favor him
with the light of their smiling countenances.
TVLatch String will always be out.
The Table will be supplied wilh all the mar
ket affords. aud,prices;.to suit the times. The
rooms are large a'ric well ventilated, and new.
'Hiring Beds tbr&ughont. Stages 'arrive and
depart daily. North. CaH and see me.
Red Bluff, Cal. ilarcll2-ly