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2 with the Grangers Drink..
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(TVth b la the Sute ot Minor), y
August , 1S73. )
Things sift workin'ez smooth with
iiz ez I could wisb, in our movement
lor the relief uv the hardhandcd agri
cultooralisls uv Illinoy. We hev made
, some blunders ourselves, and besides,
the farmers tbeirselves didn't show
that abstract cntboosiasm which I
wanted to see. They are too much
devoted to things purely pursonal to
take broad, views uv things.
Our first misforcboon occurred in the
election uv officers our county
Grange. I got a list oi the officers,
and went on to fill'em. Mr. Cephus
Billies was elected Mastur; Mr. Pettus,
Treasurer; Mr. Blathers, Secretary, and
the other principal offices wnz tilled
by other gentlemen who woodent de
cline a country offis ei they wuz urged
'What am I to hev?" I asked.
Billios run his intellectooal eye down
"Wood if soot you too be Flora?"1
"Anything !" wnz my answer.
Whereupon I was elected Flora, and
the list wuz published in the country
There was a guffaw all over the
country. Not one of uz knowed that
Flora wuz a female! Knowledge is
power. The idee ot my being a Flora
the goddess uv flowers, and sich ! I
mite ez well put on a while muslin
dri'ss, with low neck and short sleeves,
and stand in a tabloo ez the Goddess
uv Liberty !
But we endoored the laiture oi the
populis at this blunder, and went to
work vigorously to drnm up recrools.
Wc held daily meelins in the back
room ot the Jackson Hotel; discussing
the wrongs uv the labonn classes. To
see us there wuz a site which shood
hev melted the hearts uv the laborin
men. Billinses favorite attitude wuz
lcatiin on his elbows on a temporary
bar; Pettus, lying on a long table, at
lull length, mournfully wettin his lips
ever and anon with a little whisky
and water, while Blathers wuz tipped
back in a cheer, with his feet on a win
der sill, where ho cood see the suns uv
toil, whoso interests he was watchin
o cr, sweatin in a distant field.
Observe," raid Blathers, "that yeo
manry a putlin in his unrequired toil.
My 6ole aches for him."
And to drown his sorrows at the
site, Mr. Blathers ordered a glass ot
whisky, remarkin to the landlord in
the most absent-minded manner to jist
chalk it down, which the landlord bevin
heard the concloodin sentance of the
.order, in un ekilly absent-minded man-
incr didn't bring the Iikker at all. His
onfeehng remark wuz that ho was jist
uarnt uv chalk 1
"That afternoon I got bold ot three
farmers, and had a long and satisfac
tory talk with them. They were in
cen&ed agin monopolies, and were ready
to join in a movement to bust em. I
itolil em uv our new organization, and
nnvited cm to como with me and enroll
theirselves with a choice band of noble
tperits, who wuz agointo bust their
bonds and elevate labor to its proper
"Are you willin to jino sich a holy
croosade?" I demanded. "Are you
willin to jino an organization wich will
give the tanners uv the country a prop
er reward for their labor, which will
give era, in short, wat belongs to em ?"
"We air ! wo air !" said they in
"Then, come with me," sed L
I rushed c'm into tbo back room of
the Jacksonville Hotel.
"Billinc, Blathers, Pettus," I yelled
exultingly, "here is three honest yeo
manry who hes been .ground into the
dust by thievin monopolies, who want
their rites here is three recroots for
our noble army of freemen !"
It struck me at the time that my
friends did not look to exultant ez they
should, that they wore the general ap-
pparance uv thiee men wuo wood hev
liked to hev bin somewhere else.
"Mr. Billins," said farmer No 1, "you
propose to give tho farmers wat is
their doo, do yon ?"
"Mr. Blathers, you are agoin' to re
store to the farmers wat is their own,
ain't you ?" sed farmer No. 2.
"Mr. Pettus, you propose to help to
restore to labor wat belongs to it, don't
"Certanly," cd Billins, Blather, Pet
tus, ez white ez sheets.
"Then commvneo in this holy croo
eadc by payin me for the load uv hay
I sold yoo eight yeais ago," said the
intonated man, seezin Billins by the
"Pay me for the load uv potatoes
yoo bought uv mo last winter, shout
ed No. 2, seezin Blethers.
"Pay me for the load of wood I
drawed yoo last fall, wuz a year ago,"
shouted No. 3, goin' for Pettus.
The farmers didn't git their pay, and
wc hev abandoned all hopes uv sekoo
rin them. There is no use uv sympa
thisers with labor tryin to do anything
with men who take sich narrer and
frovelin views nv things ez the men do.
nnciples are breed and reneral in
their nacher, and can not be brought
down to sich small matters ez wood,
potatoes, and hay. Ontil men kin be
made broader our labors will be in
vain. Can't Pettus, Blather, and Bill
ins svroDathizo with labor jist ez well
when they don't pay ez when J.Jjey do ?
Hollowed these men Out and heerd
e'm ask eacbtJther-wat earthly good it'
.cood possibly do' labor and Jaborin
men to elect three sich infernel beats
to offis. This .is the reward we get for
our services in awakenin the masses to
a sense nv their wrongs. And the un
grateful wretches are organizin to elect
actooal farmers to the Legislature, and
to sich county offises ez hev anything
to do with taxashen and sich. What
indoosement is there for us to continue
our work ?
I shel keep on a little while, though.
Ikin avoid the fate that overtook my.
friends, Jor I heavrTt bin here long
enuff to git in debt.
Peteolkum V. Nasbt,
(Wnnst PoBtmaster now Farmer.)
During a recent visit to the State
Fair we were shown a number ol varie
ties ot sheep, ranging in breed from the
Merino, Cotswolds, etc., down to the
common stock, but we have just heard
oi an entirely new breed, specimens oi
which are owned by Mr. C. J. Mulkey,
who imported them direct from China
per good ship Edward James. They
are described to us as being about one
third larger than our common sheep,
with a fleece varying from 18 to 20
inches in length and of remarkably
fine texture. The wool is almost
wholly devoid of yolk or grease and of
unusual weight. Their ears are large
and drop over like those of a hound,
while their noses are of the Roman
style rounded off from the forehead
down, their tails being about eight in
ches long, ranging from four to five
inches in width. They have no horns,
resembling the celebrated Cotswolds in
this respect. Being possessed of no
little hardihood, Mr. Mulkey is of the
opinion that they will do well in this
State, aud he proposes to use them for
breeding purpose. They have been
quartered on William Stevenson's farm,
and are ot course attracting considera
ble attention among sheep raisers. The
only question of doubt in the mind of
their owner is whether or not they can
stand our Oregon Winters, and the
present movement is but an experiment.
We believe this flock is the only one
on this coast, consisting, as it does, oi
three fine bucks and two ewes.
The Oregon iarmers are evincing
considerable enterprise in the introduc
tion of choice breeds of sheep, and
this is but one instance oi many. Ore
Salt Lake and tiie Mormons to be
Swallowed Up. A newspaper cor
respondent who has been "doing" Salt
Lake for the benefit of his influential
and widely circulated journal we be
lievo that is the customary expression
propounds the startling theory that
the Mormon question, which has caused
our government no little vexation ot
spirit, is to be settled after the fashion
of dealing with wickedness a few thou
sand years ago, the difference being
that, instead of a rain oi forty days
and nights, there will be an outpouring
ot water from the lake, which need
not last more than forty minutes to be
effectual. One sensationmonger says
there is na known outlet to the Great
Salt Lake, that over a dozen rivers
empty into it, aud that the water in
lake had risen twenty feet since the
Mormons first entered the valley. The
first few years they used to go in
swimming on Black Rock, and this
rock is now a hundred feet from the
shore and surrounded by water fully
twenty feet deep. Over twenty years
ago the Mormons drove a herd ot cat
tle over to Church Island, which proved
a wonderful grazing ground. They
found a ridge extending from the main
land to the Island covered by three
ieet of water. To-day the ridge is
over twenty feet deep, and thousands
of wild cattln roam over the valleys
and gorges of tho Island, none having
been taken to the mainland for years.
At some time the writer adds, the wa
ter has filled the whole Salt Like Val
ley. A rim oi shore-line is visible on
the side of the mountains thousands of
ieet above the city. The rim is so
plainly defined that a railway conld
be built on the side of the range for
miles at a stretch, without excavating
a ton ot rock. Who knows how soon
some convulsion of nature, such as the
earthquakes xo frequent in California,
miy suddenly closo the subterranean
nutlet to the Pacific ocean, and precipi
tate a waste of waters upon the City
oi me nam?.
European Wages. Sixty cents a
day is considered good wages for a la
boring man in any of the European
countries except Great Britain, where
the wages are somewhat higher. In
the Tyrol silk region and in Italy they
often do not get more than ten cents.
In the conntry in Germany ten cents is
the common pay. Women there often
get but five cents. In Sweden men
often work from 4 o'clock in the morn
ing until 9 in the evening and do not
get any more. During the late war
many poor women in Berlin were hired
to knit stockings for the soldiers for
five cents. The profits ot the poor who
keep petty shops, sell trinkets in the
streets or act as sutlers, do not average
more than three or lour percent. Bar
bers in Berlin, since the raising of their
prices, get five cents for hair cutting
and two and a half cents for shaving.
Servants at hotels get from three to
eight dollars per month. Jservant girls
in private families often get but ten
dollars a year. Sometimes these class
es cannot get work at any pries.
A Poetio Hibernian explains tbat
love is commonly spoken of as a'"flamo"
because it's a "under untiment,"
Cartes de Visit
DONE IN TEE FINEST STYLE OF ART.
OR ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZE.
J. G. WALL,
Forwarding and Commission
CRESCENT CITY, CALIFORNIA.
MARK your goods, care of J. G. W., Chtcait
CHy; tend bills of lading and (hipping
receipts Tor all of goods sent; freight and
charges payable in Crescent City, on delivery
of goods. '
My warehouse consist of two brick and one
Assuring my patrons that no pains will be
spared in looking to their interest, I ask Urt
a continuance of their past favors.
J. U. WALL.
Crescent City, March 2. 1872.-tf
U.P.JOHNSOy. P. A. HEARS.
JOHNSON & IIEAKIV
Rantzau & Shaw andConutoclt & Martin,
Mark your Goods Care of J. & H.
By close attention to business we hope to
merit a continnation of the patronage hereto
fore extended to the old firm.
Redding. October 5. 1872tf
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between CARO&BADM is this
day dissolved by mutual consent, Simon Caro
retiring from the firm. All outstanding in
debtedness will be collected by Simon Caro.
Ashland, Sept. 1st, 1873.
The business will be continued at the old
stand as heretofore. Thanking the public for
their patronage, we hope to merit a fair share
of it in the future. J.M. McCALL&CO.
Ashland. Sept. 1st, 1873. 31 If
I. OC. I".
O No. 10, l.O. O. F., hold.
Its regular meetings on Kail
urday evening, at Odd Eel
lows' Hall. Brothers in good standing are in-
viiea to auena. JUilN A. liUl U, w. tx.
T. T. UcKensie, Secretaay.
S.J.DAT. ED. SMITH, JOHN BILGER.
PERSONS OWING DR. L. DANFORTII
by note or account will please come for
ward and pay the same. I will not refuse any
kind of grain or flour, as I wisb to con
centrate my means this Fall and Winter.
Jacksonville, August 2, 1873. tf
TRAVELERS and TEAMSTERS
Look Thli Woyl
rHE STABLES 6fGE0. WAGNER, at
Uoseburg, Oregon, will keep horses on hay
at 25 cts , and on grain at 75 cts., or will re
tail bay and grain in quantities to suit team
sters and travelers. Havinc ample accommo
dations. I hops by strict attention to business
to merit a share or the public patronage.
May 31, 1873. nlS GEO. WAGNER,
Notice to Sheep-Breeders.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE NOW FOR
sale about fifty (50) half-blood Leicester
Buck Lambs, got by our imported Australian
Leicesters. -The lambs can be seen at Mr. I.
Helm's ranch, on Wagner Creek, and will be
exhibited at the Jackson Connty Fair.
CAMERON & GOODWYN,
Warren Lodge No. 10, A. F, & A. II.,
HOLD their regular communications
ffjfon the Wednesday Evenings or p recce!
ring the full moon. in Jacisontii.le. On-
eook. 1. U. KEAMS. W. 41-
WE ARE NOW READY TO RECEIVE
Wheat in store, and will commence
grinding on ths 10th inst.
Our terms are the eighth bnshel, or we will
exchange. tf DALEY & EMERY.
OREGuSlAN POCAHONTAS TRIBE KO. I,
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. ho'ds
its stated councils at the Red Men's Hall the
third sun in every seven sues, in the eighth
run. A cordial invitation is extended to
brothers in good standing.
P.D. PlKSONS.C.Of R.
Jacksonville Struma TVn. lAa
TT 0. R. M., HOLDS ITS REGULAR
Odd Fellows' Hall. Brothers la good standing
Mix MtXLER, R. S.
ALL PARTIES KNOWING THEMSELVES
indebted to the firm of Crystal & Wright
are requested to come forward and settle im
mediately. Sltf CRYSTAL & WRIGHT,
To Mill ZKea aad Machinists.
Webave for sale at this office a considerable
Which is suitable for allpurposea where .Bab
bit Metal Is used," and In many cases is prefer
ablt. It will'be sold In aiy quantity required.
w la mji Tr
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1 "WINE, SPIRIT
TEA, TOBACCO. SUGARS, LIQUORS,
And all Goods usually kept by Wholesale Gro
cers. Jackson County Orders
GOODS IMPORTED DIRECT BY OUR
Firm will b offered at
SAN FRANCISCO PRICES ! !
CORBITT & MACLEAY.
OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILBOAD
Company, Land Department. Portland,
Oregon, April 5, 1872. Notice is hereby given,
that a vigorous prosecution will b instituted
against any and f very person who trespasses
upon any, railroad Land, by cutting and remov
ing timber therefrom before the same is
BOUGHT of Ibe Company AND PAID FOR.
All vacant Land in odd numbered sections,
whether surveyed or unsurveyed, within a dis
tance of thirty miles from the line of he road,
belongs to the Company.
I. R, M00KE3.
aprl3 tf Land A goat.
E. S. MORGAN & CO.',
ATTEND FAITHFULLY TO ALL
Business enturnsted to our care.
t&"Oar Forwarding and Storage Charges,
from and after this dale, will be uniform with
the charges at Crescent City ar.J Redding.
Soliciting the continued patronage of our
friendj and tbe public,
We are respectfully,
E. S. MOHGAJT & CO.
Bosebarge, June 14, 1873. vl8n2ltf
Jacksonville District School.
THE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY
informed that tbe Fall Term of School
District No. 1. will open on
MONDAY, hEPTEMBEll 19th, 1873,
Under tbe management of a New Board of In
structors. BITES CF TUITION-. -
Branches tbat are required to be tanght in
public schools-, $5 00.
In Higher Branches, rates of tuition will be
For further particulars, call on the Princi
DAVID LINN, V Directors.
P. P. PRIM,
THE FALL TERM
Soptombor 1st, 1873.
TTI7E ARE HAPPY TO SaY THAT WE
VV are better prepared than ever before to
insure the progres of pupils, and all will find
a good opportnnity to advance. We shall be
pleased to see all who attend on tbe flirt day
of school, Sept. 1st. J. H. SKIDMORE.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ENGAGED
an Experienced Miller, and having thor
oughly fixed up their Mill with the latest im
provements; are now prepared to manufacture
Flour equal to any in tbe State. 36 lbs. Flour.
2 Ibi Shorts and 8 lbs. Bran will be given in
Exchange tor 60 lbs. of good Merchantable
All orders left with T. T. McKenzie, or at
bis Office in Jacksonville, will be promptly
Jacksonville, July 25th, 1873 D2513
NEW STATE SALOON.
TPniS Popular Resort, under tbe New Man
JL agemeut, is furnishing thenKST brands of
12 CENTS A DRINK.
The New State is furnished with two elegant
.Billiard Tables, the Bar with the choicest
Brandies, Wines, Cigars, &c.,and the Reading
Tables with all the Eastern Periodicals and
eading papers of the Coast. .
C.W. SAVAGE, Prop'r.
Jacksonville, Oct. 14, '71-tt
MRS. H. E. DICKSON,
OFFERS HER SERVIIES TO THE LA
diet of Jacksonville and vicinity. She
has lately come from an Eastern city, and is
familiar with all tbe latest styles Is especially
successful in fitting salts for ladies, and clothes
for children of both sexes. She alms to com
bine stylish fitting and beat work with low
prices. She may be found at the Franco
American Hotel. - 32 tf
Gity Driig Store
WALKER'S VINEGAR . -
LA " "
AYER'S CHERRY PEC
TORAL " "
WILD CHERRY " " ,
HALL'S BALSAM FOR
THE LUNGS " "
ANT -. "
TERS " "
ALL KINDS OF PILLS
PERBOX 25 cents.
And other goods in our line will be sold at a
greatly reduced pric-s
ROBB & KAHLER.
fl ill EE
$ 1 o 0 W U Incnraulc Case!
XDR. LE KICHATi'S
Aft-rtin rran' trial on tills Coast hrs
ofilUeisesprjiijuiiceJ Ly medical i mutton
era as Incmublc
Dr.LsBictafr GOLDEN BALSAM He. I
cures Ciancres first rnlFerond Begt,ScrPon
the Lrg8 or UxJy: Soro run. Eyes, 2f ofb, kc.
Copper-colored l.tLhcs, feTphilitia Cutirrb,
DiMj8-l Scalp, tnd til primary forms cf tho
dueasa knowu u Syphilis. iTicc, (5 per tt
Ue,ortworSJ. Dr.LsIishia1! G3LDEH BALS1H Eo.2
cures Tertiary, Hcrcnrial, Eyphllitlo ItfceumR
tio. Tains la t'ao lmr r, racket tbo K 1. 11
eerafd Soro Tlirvit, Syphilitic Ilsph, Lumps
and Coursctctl CrJs, Mifflitts cf the IinA-,
and e radio kj all diseases from therystexn,
whether cause 1 by" indiscretion cr tbcfo c
raercury L-iTin? tho tlood pure tnd Leal fcy.
rriee, $ per bottle, or two fur $9.
Dr.Ls Hisbaa1! G9LDEH SP1HISH ID-
tUote. for the Curo of Oonnorhcra, CIt. Irri
tition. Gravel, nnd tit I'rmsrr r GcnlU
Mamngements. rrlce, $i0 per bottle
Dr. Le Eishau's GOLDEN SPANISH IN-
Jectlon, a wash ami Injection f rfcnrecsKS
sad ill diseases of the Klrtuejs &n& Llad&r.
Trice, $1.30 per bottle.
Also Agents tx D3. LE EICEAFS C0ZHT3
PHLS for Seminal TraVneW. Mpht IjiiU
eions, Impotency. and all diseases cristas frcn
Hastorbation and rsecsKlro abnae. Ir'ce, f 1
per bottle. Tbo cennlne Gouxx Eauus 1
$nt up onlr In round bottles.
On receipt of price, these medicines trill
be sent to all parts of the conntry, by ixrress
or mail, secnnly packed and freo from obser
vation. Sole Agents.
a t. mcnAiiDi t co.
Wholesale and Ttctail Druggists and
Chemists, S W, cor. Clay i. Sansomo
Btretts, sin mncisco, ui.
June 21, 1873-1 year.
STEAM SAW MILL.
One Mile East of John Stout' Farm,
AND ABOUT 30 MILES northeast from
Jacksonville. Every description of lum
ber cawed from good
Sugar Pine, Yellow Pine and Fir
timber, kept constantly on hand or sawed to
order. In counectiou with my mill I have a
and will dress lumber for all who may wipn it.
and will alo keep DRESSED LUMDEll at all
times on band. WM. I'ATTBKSUX.
September 1, 1872-m3.
DAVID CRONEMILLER. & CO.,
AT THE OLD STAND OF
Are prepared to do Blackmitbing of all kind,
and will also keep constantly ou hand all kinds
of iron, steel, horse (hoes aud horse nails.
Bolts, Buggy Clips, Dec Flats,
and everj thing in the blacksmith's line for sale
cheap for casb. and will sell for cash. '
J acksonville, Nov. 30, 1 S72tf.
B Gin BREWERY!
VEIT SCHUTZ, Proprietor.
THE PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY IN
formed that thev can find, at any time, at
the CITY BREWERY, the best of Lager Beer,
n quantities to suit the purchaser.
Jacksonville, Jan. IS. 1870-tf
and COURT BLANKS
of all kinds, kept on hand for sale, or printed
to order at this office.
EAGLE BREWERY 1
JOS. WETTEHEH Prop'r.
THE BEST OF LAGER BEER KEPT CON-
X atantly on band : sold by tbe keg, gallon,
or glass- Seeing is believing, give me a call
auujuuge lur juurscil.
Jacksonville. Jan. 15', 18?0.-tf
Notice to Miners
IS HEREBY; GIVjENTH AT J-HAYE BEEN
duly appointed, and that my bonds have
been duly approved, as
V. 8, DKFCTT SCRYETOR,
Of Mineral Claims forilining District No.l, in
the State of Oregon. "Ofllce near Ashland
W -,- . -B. F..MYER.
October 1, 1872!y.
' '. MISCELLANEOUSLY
J-B. WHITE. ALES- MARTIN-
WHITE & MARTIN
(SUCCESSOR TO JAS.T. OLISX.)
NBW FIRM HGOiM,
LOW PRICES WILL WIN',
TIIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURtf"
in notifying bis friendi and the public
generally, that be is now receiving and op
ening a very large and extensive stock of
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
CALIFORNIA AND SALEM
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladies', Missed & Ciildren's Slioes.
COf I have, also, in connection with "t
the above, a very large and
extensive stock of choice
fiSy Glass- -t&s
Paints an J Oils; also,
"Window Glass, NnilB.Iron
and Steel, Cast and Steel
Plows, Wooden and Willow ware. -t
I am ready to sell anything In my line a
the LOWEST CASH PRICE. Persons wishing
to buy good, will find it greatly to their ad
vantage to examine my stock before porcbas
in; elsewhere, as I am determined not to be
undersold by any boue in Jackson connty.
Give me a call, and then judge lor yourself
as to my capacity to fnrnish goods as above.
"WHITE & MARTIN.
Jacksonville. November 18. 1871 tf
SEALER AND WOUKKIt IN
TH SHEET-IRON, COPPER,
Ad J dealer la
CIGARS. TOBACCO. LIQUORS.
California St., Jacksonville,
(Between Oregon and Third,)
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
an assortment of the best Tio, Sheet iron
and Copper ware. Brass Pipes, Hydraulic
Nozzles, Force Pumps, Chains, Lead Pipe,
Hoes. HARDWARE, CUTLERY ; NALS
of all sizes.
Bar, Plate and assorted Iron;
Brushes of every variety, etc., etc.;
ramis, uils, Sizes and Ulass;
All qualities or Powder;
Shot of all numbers;
Rope, Brass and kon Wire;
Wooden and Willow W.arej
Blacksmith, Carpenter and Miner's tools of
Cast-iron and Sleel Plows;
Self-Bharpeniog Feed Cutters;
Cauldrons and Iron Wash Kettles;
Cultivators, Wheelbarrows, etc.
Always on hand a large lot of Parlor,
Cooking, Office and Cabin Stoves, of assorted
sizes, plain and fancy, constructed on latest.
niei savin? plans. Uoilers, Kettls, Pots,
Pans, and everything connected with these
stoves, warranted durable and perfect.
All articles sold or manufactured by him.
WARRANTED. His work is made of the
best material and of choicest patterns.
aST Orders attended to witb'Aispatch.aBd
filled according to directions. He is determin
ed to sell at LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
Call and examine bis stock before pnrchos
mg elsewhere. LSept.J4, 1872.
And .General Stage Office,
Main Street, - - - Red BIhJT,
W. P.Matuew, - - - . PaorBKTOR.
The Proprietor would respect
fully announce to bis friends ind' the
traAeling public, tbat be has taken this well
known brick Hotel, and will at all times be
ready to wait on all those who may favor 'bin
with tbe light of their smiling countenances.
The Latch Stria? will always be out.
Tbe Table will be supplied with all the mar
ket offurds. and prices to suit tbe times. Tber
rooms are large and well ventilated, aad"- new
Spring Beds throughout. Stages' writs; sab!
depart daily, North. Call and Kc'ae.
Red Bluff, Cal. MircbSJ