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THE OREGON SENTINEL
THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS
1. SnbsCTltwrs wlio do not rItsp express notice to
lie contrary, are connUernl as wUliing ( contlnne
2. Many subscribers order the discontinuance of
their newspapers, the publisher mT continue to
cn4 them until all arrearages ere paM.
3. If subscribers negloctor refuse to take their
riAwspipers from the offices to which they are di
lecteij, tbelaw holds tbem responsible until they
hare settled the Mils, and ordered them discontinued.
4. If subscribers remove to other places rithont
informing the publisher, and the newspapers are sent
to the firmer direction, they are held responsible.
2. The Courts havedeclded that refatlngto talte
newspapers from this office, or removing and leas
ing them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of in
0. The postTSstcr xrho neglects to giTe legal ne
ticeof thencslectof a person to tafce from the office
the newspipcr addressed to him, is liable to the pub
lisher for the subscription price.
IIIIIIIIM IHIII1" J.UMIWS U'HHJSfWWSl.JllJUEHgl
DON'T FORGET IT.
The Rational Grange of the
United States, rccntly in session at
Richmond, (Va)., adoptod the foK
lowing declaration ot principles:
"Wo, the members of the Na
tional Grange, desiring to define
pl-e-rreeWe-olsj'ts of the ordcv of
Patrons of Husbaifoiy, andi place
Ihem before the membership of.
tho Order throughout the TJoibn,
do hereby set forth the following
proposition with our distinct dec
laratiou of purposo relating there
In view oflhese truths wo are
bound, in defence of our manhood,
to assert our rights, and wo there
fore declare our unalterable pur
poso to emancipate agriculture
from the burdens unjustly heaped
upon it, and the means by which
wc'shall seek to secure tho desir
1. We shall strive earnestly,
within and without our Order, to
extend the benefits of education
which shall comprise knowledge
of public affairs and the methods
2. "Wo shall demand admission
in tho Legislatures of tho several
States, and in both Ilouses ot tho
National Congress, for representa
tives ol ariculture chosen direct
ly irom its votaries, as tho only
means of relief.
3. "We shall accord to other
industries all the rights, privil
eges and immtujitics, which wo
claim for oitr. own, and join with
their representatives in earnest
endeavors to impress upon tho
Government of States and nations
habits of wiso economy and fru
gality as essential to the thrift
and prosperity of all the people.
4. "We shall give constant caro
and attention to the public school
in which the youth of the nation
arc deeply interested, limiting
expenditures iherefor only by
their usefulness, striving for that
higher auil praticable on'ight
enraent which should become the
distinguishing feature of a free
After tho above had been adop
ted tho following was also pre
scnted and passed:
In accordance with tho above
objects of our organization, and
tho methods by which they arc
to bo obtained, wo pledge our un
violdimr devotion to tho work
marked out. "Wo believe the
principles enunciated in our dec
laration are in full accord with
tho highest welfare of our coun
try, and that they deserve support
especially by all tho farmers.
The history of agriculture on
this continent shows no organiza
tiou in its behalf has over been
attempted without direct"eSoft"
on the part of those who prey up
on the products to neutralize the
work; and tho lessons of tho past
establish tho conviction that onr
only hope to is in tho full and cor
dial co-operation ot farmeis,
where ever located, to insure that
success which is within their
Wo appeal, therefore, to good
men and women, whoso interests
are our own, to join their efforts
with ours, confident ihat, with
thoir support, wo shall not wait
loug for tho consummation of our
hopes. "Wo nppeal to the agricul'
tural journals of the laud, asking
their great influence in aid of tho
above object. To these forcas
and to tho intelligence of our
people wo. present tho purposes
which animate thousands of farm
era in every State in our Union and
reverently trust in tho direction
of the wiso Providence by whoso
decree we are tillers of tho soil,
that our efforts may bo rewarded
by tho full accomplishment of tho
measures which justico demands
in the relief of an oppressed in
dustry and the higher enlighten
If you are troubled ritli nervousness,
are HiEhcartened, tired of life, fear
death or feel out of sorts as the saying
is, you may safely conclude that you
have the dyspepsia or Liver Complaint
The liver is very apt to become torpid
this season of the year as poisons aris
ing from stagnant water or decaying
vegetation aro more numerous and are
through inhalation taken into the blood.
Unless the liver is strong and active,
and furnishes a supply of fresh and
pure blood to drive out the impurities,
the above mentioned symptoms surely
follow, and if not heeded, end in more
terrible diseases and death. "White's
Prairie Flower proves itself the Great
Liver Pancca. Its action on the liver
is different from any other medicine
ever compounded. Its cures are truly
wonderful. Try it Price twenty-five
cent and seventy-fiver gfjnts. For sale
by E. a .BvaslnsT -l -.
''Nr.w Stoue at Piicexix. Chris
Bailey has opened out business at
Phccnix and is now prepared to do any
repairing in the harness or boot and
shoe line. This will be quite a conven
ience to the citizens of Phoenix and
vicinity, and they will do well to give
Chris, a call for anytliing in his line.
To TnE Ladies. Mrs. N. J. Mc
Pherson is prepared to do all kinds of
sewing. The making of ladies' and
children's clothing is made a speciality.
Rooms in Orth s building, up-stairs,
A PHYSICIAN'S TESTIMONY.
SO Years a Physician. 12 Years i Suf
ferer. Tried RcguJsr Remedis3.
Tried Patent Medicines. Per
manently cured by
Mil's DAD1GJ.L CURE,
st wis T-nnrs rorren, si-ss i m-s
J71 prciisvii ui Uicnc lorintnj jiariscnd imra
III l ft Hlilfnr injbeil i"r iwpitc ycin Willi I..I- lj.
1 rrli 1 1 Hi- iiaaf pasn s.ftnots aui lsrrin JfT
nnvii ll.cn rverjiiuiiK in uic inatcna MO'injaWil
..! P7 pcrriaipnt relief, niitil flnnllr I M-rAfiOMirffl
ltrrn p-ilenlfiiertl'Mne (sowcthl ic fliMc n !
I ni' i's am vrr loth to do). I trJJF- m.l
ri- r thprsmitUlsTntlit'lilofyotjiP IMlovnl
t'i illrtt-tlona to the lrtter.antl triftliapir to say
1m Ititl n perniAuent cure JPiinr KllHCtL
ITI!P I certainly a hippr ojBMnntlnu f-r tin
cunt of that Eiosl unpliaeantajr.iil daxuvus of
1'Jr OHAT.M T)
'irnjrjfl: MnscaUac, Ion a.
ITCscatise, Iok-a, Min7, 1ST?.
Tie Tn'nrofUiIs retard
la tiio t ire of mtise
ssl notie orcrlociej
""-Ion. nf tin Fj
1 ru trlu.il i utie wind
& b rcru Case ut CaU
r&s'd eomiiuou or 1
-Oiuecfii,l laesc 1
next door to 'limes oflicc
The National Gold Medal was
awarded to Bradley &, Eulofson for the
best photographs in the United States,
and tho Vienna Medal for the best hi
tho world. 429 Montgomery Street,
Jack for Sale. Sheriff Eybee of
fers one of his fine thoroughbred Jacks
for sale, or will trade for cither hogs,
sheep or cattle.
Ik Masonic 15cildj.no, Oregon St.,
rnllK DXDKRSIGNKO I1I3REHYDE
JL Fires to announce lo the public that
lliey nre now prepared to Cll all orders for
cukes of every description, sach us wedding
cakePj catcs fnr parlies, wine cakee; ako
brown and rye bicad, ginger snapi atd
A lunch Iionse will also bo kept at tbi
place, where oysters ia all slyUs, Limburger
itnd Schwcilz r cheese, can b3 had at all
hrurs of the day r nijfbt.
JCS?Fresb bread every day.
I'rtce3 reasonable and salis'jclion gnar
anictd. GRUDE t ULRICFI.
fflW 8HTB S1L0OS.
C. W. SAVAGE, Prop ,
JACKSO NV! LLE, OGW.
Tjir. Thri.it. tmvet rnd
li iiii! r t.i acr T"na-(7
'rli. Hi- littlamfti ami rf.v
mm i v. nitmbrHn It ths
-lMiril until t)n'-4Tttm
lias lirn liros,rlit jppcrljr ml rtV Inlllnrj of
the KAOIOAl CUur, pcrfrt frtcJoia Iroiathetu
canDot l rennnawr ejprcti tl
It J Imt Uirrc lrni tlrr bAVroT? T!DT.
CAL CUUR -wua lifcerd before i.r mb)lr,l.u- In
lin B.iort linio it Up found Vt w Ir mt I inc lo
Cnlifcmla, fml 1 m reryw h(-rc ac4vtirtvli tlgei 1r
clrntf iRt RTid 'nicplniis t lw llic niofil ncct-k-,ul
prtpar.ilH'ti r.trtiffltliorooirli trtntnit nt of Catarrh
j ne iflci Trill no dec rao I c(
cv r Cfitnnftniiil
irpre Imt'ortntH i-
to-tlnr, with on
rnntutt ) vr
bi't,t:ii i li
hea it lb roaiiiI wlih the etttr
livc Jvftrs orrr 2j different
h 1 &tc been Ur e d on sale, an ft
r two esrpi.:ion.tl.ir nmnn
J tv tlic bft Inlunncd drnf tst.
'snrrc t In lo'c'njr a f'w t!r
:inriy jmiS('M it Unihtfe tnrc!t c
'". It li absolutely ccriola ta nil
PACK A.T THE OJLD STAJSTD
Ifinnene Reduction in
AT THE STORE OF
, NOW I USE-
ilUil Ul ORGANS.
TO THE PUBLIC:
j t Dnemnsm
Eit-'i pailrtcfef E xronD'3 TIATlirAI, Cl'nR
ciiin'ns Hr. jfinrorJ'j liiiji-on d lnlinllii 1 n1.-.
r ti tu'l ircdpon3 for Its n?o in pll cntus. 1 rirc
( t m. SIJ lirJli holcvJeand retail dinsUsts nu 1
0 ii'rrstlirrnMlotitth'' lTnltid PtatrsnmM'nTiml s.
Vi'UxS i. lynTHUO-inral Scents aad uu-.
flc lJrnsjlKrtl-oa. M..
Ea3V U tbiUi
!S Sirlf LY WOWDEHFUL.
ff? AcrilSJ. ia,7.
ln'dcr OtLTJKH V0L7AI9
ri.Mii KtlultfM plnstcrlertr
e miiaut am rccoui--tuJlaff
Hit iftiu u'.I.
& IICMK. II 1 J
ltl.(fetlonpniy imi ttmrrf;opi
tl.un k" otlirr m oil trine. Mn
L"c? to n ijool, lur llio Hi t
I A ls. S
W Anr I
rjetliQlut-t pr3Mcrs.no doubt,
la the world. 3, 1 McG ill.
Arcppt my HtsnL fnr tha
ff AVING DETERMINED TO MAINTAIN THE POSITION HERETOFORE
xl occulted by raojns Hie largest RETAIL DEALER in Soatbern Oregon, I take
this meusn in ntDPCDciDg that 1 am now displaying the
LARGEST AMD BEST STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
North of San Francisco consisting of a Pine Stock of
GENTS' MD BOYS' CLOTHING, MATS & GAPS
LADIES' AD GEBTS' FDRMSHING GOODS,
SSUStElS VLISSS, Etc.,
Wliich is surpassed by none in the coun'y and will be sold at low prices to SUIT THE
TIMES. It shall continue to be my ait. to give
The X&ost Goods for the cast r&oney,
and to place before my pitrons a vnriety of articles not to he foand in any o'her house
t is nut my intention to mislead the public by advertising guudi I cauuot product; upon
nqury but to give value received in every instance. A call from every pnrchaser at my
old slandis solicited. N. PISOER.
Are now'TAKING THE LEAD OVER ALL OTHERS for"
Brilliancy, Sweetness oi' Tone, Durability and General Finish
VYING AGAIN TAKEN Pos
session of th'A saloon, the undersigned
will to pleastd to meet his friends and the
public uent-rjlly alibis o'd and popular re
sort. The finest liquors ord clears can al
ways be had atthU place, undhe tables are
supplied with nli the leading newspapers and
periodicals of the day.
A first cbss billiard tabit is also kept at
this lion-. C W. SAVAGE.
S. P. HAftftA,
T.N CRONTEIILLT3rv-5 BUILDING IS IN
X receipt or u full avortment of material
and prepared to do all work in his line on
rfinrt notice and In a workmanlike manner
" VCMcICb ur ui'Uijf Gi.n;rTjUQ.uiIc-iQ or
Terms reasonable and eattsfaction guaran
.jSTltepairing a speciality.
S. P. TIAX2JA.
Jackonville, February, 20, 187j.
ilnri.li ti. J
l lv rusrEi. i-i-iu nig soiav
tiiiicaso. T. CllOOIitt.
COLLSHS' VDLTAiC PLASTER
for .'wit p-Hi. Imt'iiPFS, Borcncsa, weaknw?,
imiDli i v. ii 1 1 i I1;uttiatioTi of the lcnjr, liT "
1 ,-iti tviin. Inrt if bulJ'T. Inert. zi I ran
r h i ii-i in aj urmyol doctor aad acrtt vl
Prlco, 2j ocr.'tea
tt t 'k i i - L rf cJ ftatm nsd Canarln. tuJbj
(3 37 ja. 3 Xj 23 .
Or.EO0S ASD CaUFonxU CT3., JACKsaXTIt.IK.
W. 5. S-SSSAZtB, Prcp'r
7 OULP RESPECTFULLY ISFORM TUB TUB
'V lie that Lo lias a fioe stock o(
Horses, Eisggies and Cnr iiVRcs
An J Lo Is pre jitrwl to farnMi !! patrons .irul Use ili
Vc generally with
Aa can lio liau an tho Pacific coast. Fn.MIo Lorsc:
hired to go to any I'irt ot the country.
Animals Douzlit nnd Sold.
Hor'ts l-roie tn worlc slnglo or donlile. Hones
Imanlwl and tbe liMt of care brstooJ upon tliem
hll in my charge A lilwral slinro of the punlic
putrocagc la solicited on reasouaUe terms.
- 14 f.I fcal8Mnlll0
H ' --5fits!iJ L' iejj5? m fl
feikf si veohon
ftaD. fWi-iftiSir 'JV-. r, ii
Tou can uy a
FIRST CLASS PIANO OR O QAN
Of me than ANY OTHER DEALER
in the business, because 1 sell at
'YHOLESALE PRICES FOR CASH,
and at a slight advance -where sold on
EASY INSTALLMENTS. Agents and
Piano Tramps who make LARGE
PROFITS are requested to open their
batteries UPON ME or my INSTRU
MENTS at once, 'ihe public- will
soon ascertain it is to THEIR AD
VANTAGE to give mo a call, and
find that MY PIANOS AND OR
GANS WILL WEAR AS WELL,
keep in tune as long, and SAVE
MONEY FOR THE PURCHASER.
Don't be fooled or humbugged by any
thing you hear, "lalk is cheap
(usually.) The man or -woman who is
talked into plying exorbitant prices,
pays very dear. BEST OF REFER
ENCES GIVEN AND SATISFAC
5TSend for special information to
JAS. S. SMITH, .
575 Market St.,
an firs pianos & organs.
In order to introduce THESE
MAGNIFICENT PIANOS on tiiis
Coast, I have put the prices MUCH
LOWER than other FIRST-CLASS
MAKERS, and as I do not proposo to
make any agents, (who generally ex
tort largo profits from the consumer) I
expect to Ikj severely handled by such
persons in the Piano business.
Tho materials used in their con-i
structlon aro of the VERY BEST
kind, and tho wood thoroughly sea
soned. They aro substantially made.
DURABILITY, TONE and tho
ower of MAINTAINING TUNE
LONGER than any other piano made,
are tho characteristics of theso instruments.
Tho greatest possible attention is
given to their tone and touch, and I
have no hesitancy in olFering them to
the public as FIRST-CLASS PIANIW
in every respect, and warrant thorn to
stand in any climate.
PIANOS AHD ORGANS.
WASHNGT ON. NEW JERSEY.
D J? A TTV1". Grand,
D Hj A 1 i I Square and Up-t-ht.
and BKATTYS CELEBRATED
OIDEX TONGUE PAULO U" OR
GANS are the sweetest toned nnd most
ptrfect indrnments ever before manuloct-
urtd in tli s or any otlier coantry. '1 lie
world is challenged to equal theui. B.st
discounts and terms ever before given.
Rock Bottom panic prices now ready to
jobbers, Bgenls and tlie trade in general.
An oiler: I hese cclebruted instrument?
(either Piano or Ori;an) boxed and shipped
to nnywberc, on five or fillcen days iet
trial, aioney reloaded nnd IrciRUt paid
both ways if in nny way unsatisfactory.
Fully warranted for six years as strictly
first-clnss. EXTRAORDINARY LIB
ERAL discounts given to Churches,
Schools, Lcdzes, Halls, Minister?,- Teach
er?, etc., in order to have them introduced
nt once where I have no agents. Thons
ands nrw in cse. New Illustrated AD.
VERTISER, (Catalogue Edition), with
list of testimonials, now ready, sent free.
Established in 1659.
Address J)ANIEL F. BEATTY.
Washingtarf, New Jersey.
NEW LIYESY STABLE
BACK OF COURT HOUSE.
rrTAVIXO IATELT FITTED HP TITK COM-"IrTXnitl'trotrj'jam-'M'-lWSSdl'wl
llonsn Flat and
io tlie rear of the Court Ilon.e. Woare nor f nllj
prqiare.l to attend tn allLntlress In onr line with
promptness auddispitch aud at the m 'fit reasonable
Tlie stl"e Is furn i.lied with the best animals nnd
mo.t sntistantlal Lurries; also a first clAts hack and
Horses boarded, and the best care bestowed on
bAtfgfietinn frnaranleed In eTery instance.
G Ire us a call and judge for jnnrsclres.
.1. V. MANNING.
JacksonTllle, April 10lh, 18T
I ISIW ts H 2 V .V? 'i fj :.l L. Vlvi UrrY
tn workrmnstsH? I-s r.r.v.i t- n G'TCRojitctcr Vtfatch,
and as clocanJy .n'.d a 3 slrjt-rfaas Piano. It
received tho hi;tt ?'-x-::- 3,1 '. V.sna and Ccn
tonnia. Cxpcslt or.s. Lr fls,; CS'F'SURTH FAST
E;? than cthor mcc hi :-i,-t, . Uz cJinectty Is unlimited.
There arc mere V-J c 4, H C- is H AC; ii 3 3 2 Q sold in tho
United States tr.a: t'.a c--ib!ncd sales of all tho
Others. THSWSLS3& i.TSOSft: ATTACHEIi1ENT,for
doing a!! kinds of rapaJrln, 1V8TKCUT PATCHING,
given FRS5 with occh roach?!. A Csrtiflcato is given
with each Machine, guaan'.-'jeJns to keep it in repair,
freo c? charge, vcr vvo years. 5t requires no special
instructions to So-arn how to rso it. Satisfaction
guaranteed, ;r no psy, ri3achtn33 delivered free of
charge anywhi-e in t5ie iinitod Gtatea.
Send fzr ''' trir;-(- Cr.,io , nt! zzk for sample of mondlng,
and our Ci'cf'ar Vo fT fr r sjt-5r UtzuiitAlOM for buying machines
upon terms stated In tna Cata'sus.
STS3.rV7ILCCiS if mm MA6HINE CO.
) 827 (. S?9 "rr-jj.vsy, ueVj VorU; Hew Orleans, La.;
Cor. State and Marfiron jrs-, Ch'c-sso, !:&.; and Gan Francisco, Cat
For Sale L?j oil 2virs-OZass Dealers,
MRS. I. W. BERRY, LOCAL AGENT.
D Vj W A li li i'nsirnti" rls.
are entirely ihsinlefesltji. Ac'Jrcsi
1709 Stockton St.
nm ll'vn'rf who rf j 'onn ol my 8ii,fs itrnl mi
Suil fur reply, and nee wiiat ihon; ay of tni wlni
JAS. S. SMITH,
675 MARKET ST., S. F.
AN BLFOANT ASSORTMENT OF POCKET AND
Tail. Cutlery for sale tjr J0IINJI1L1J
SALE AHDNftEXO HANGE
Corucr 11H autl California Eta
J. A. CARDWELL PROPRIETOR.
THE PROPRIETOR HAS
fally rrbnllt and refitted this
well known establl.timrnt, anil has
rwdo extensive and comfirtaMc addi
tions thereto. I have the Tery Let horses, buggies
anaiiTery rurnmnsni an aina. nj sroc&oi roaa
ters cannot he ezce.led In the State.
Gn reaaonoMe terms, and the best otane and n'ten
tion bestowed npon them while nnder mj charge
Horses Bought and Sold.
I am satisfied ihat I ran girt satisfaction and
guarantee the same. With this Impression ire
baTeno hesitation In soliciting patronage.
AXD GENERAL STAGE HOUSE,
Orposlte Odd Fellows' Ilall,
JACICSONVILLE OIIE GU
TRAVELERS AXD RESIDENT BOARDERS
will find the most crmfortable lodgings at this
house to be met with anrw hero In this part of the
The Beds aud Bedding
TVI 11 always, be fonnd of first-clsss "character nnd
eft In a neat and clean ccnlitloowhlle
renewly farntrhed and will always be kept fnnrat
nd homelike condition. A rdrntilnl Fupplyof the
est ef everything the market affords will be
, Her Tahle.
Her house will be kept open all night, and "SQUARE
J1EAI.S" can be obtained at any hour of tho day
OYSTERS PREPARED IV
And lunches to be hail at any time. Store passen
gers and others who may be out late at night, can al
ways find a good fire, hot meals and good beds a
NotrooblewiU be spared todeserro tho patronage
of the traTclHn; as w ell as the permanent commu
nity. Olre mi a call.
IS MANUFACTURED BY
I' It'll v
WE MAKE EVERY VARIETY OF
BEATTI MHOS & ORGiS
AM AGENT FOR TnE CELEBRATEP
L lleatty Fianosand Orpan for the coun
ties.of Jackson. Josephine, DouRlaa and Lake.
i(Any ohe.Tffeliing to purchase one of these
lastrnmentcaa transact tnetr btnicesa wjtn
me. Prieea ealremely low. A1 wishing- a
Ho. 23L KBAP-WBY ST.,
Treats all Chronic nnd Special Diseases
WHO MAY BE SUFFERING FROM
the iflects of yruthful follies or iiidi?
crctton, will do well to av.iil tbpmstilven of
this, the greatest boon ever laid at tbe altar
orsnfleriiighutnanitj. DR. SPINNEY will
guarantee to forfeit $500 for every cat of
Seminal weakness or private disetue or any
kind or character which he undertakes and
Tails to cure.
There arc man? at the age of thirty to
sixty who are troubled with too frequent ev
acuation of tbe bladder, often accompanied
by a slight rmartiug or burning sensation,
and a weakening of the system in a mnnner
the patient cannot account for. On examn
in the urinary deposits a ropy erdiment
w often be fouDd and sometimes small
particles of albumen will appear, or the
color will be of a thin milkUh bite, again
changing to a dark and torpid appearance
There are many men who die of this diffi
culty ignorant of the canse which is the sec
ond stage of seminal weakness Dr. S. will
guarantee a perfect cure in all fach cases,
aud a healthy restoration of the genito-uri-nary
Officb Hocks 10 to i and 6 to 8. Sun
days from 10 to 12 a. m. Consultation free
1 borough examinations and advice, So.
Call or address,
DR. SPINNEY CO.
No 11 Kearney St., San Francisco.
imm, mm mo sprig wagons,
And by confining ourselves strictly to one class of work; by employing cone but th
BEST OF WORKMEN,
Using nothing but
FIRST-CLASS IMPROVED MACHINERY civil the
VERY BEST OF SELECTED TIMBER,
And by a THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE of the business, we have justly earned the reputa
tion ol oaKing
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS.
We give the following warranty with each wagon:
We Hereby Warrant "he FISH DR03. WAGON No to be well made in ever
particular nnd of good material, and that the strength of the same is sufficient for all
work with fair usage. Sliitihl any breakage occur within one year fromjhiit date by
reason of defective material or workmanship, repairs, for the same will bo furnished at
place of sale, free of charge, or the price of aud replri, as p;r agent's prion tis. t ill bo
paid in cash by tbe purchaser producing a sample of the broken or defective parts as'
Racine, Wis., Jan. 1st, 1S79, J &?ffi i FISH BEOS & CO..
' ixaJSi. Hoggins. )
Knowtne we can rait jon, we solicit patronage from every rrction nf the United
States. Send for Price and Terms, aud for a copy of onr AGRICULTURAL
FISH BROS & CO.. RACINE, WIS.
t ifnd ror oar
ef most every
article In gen
eral uneand Is
valuable to A3TY PERSOXcontrmniat-
In the remote parts of the Territories
lnc the purehaseof any article for
, ramiiT or Arricoiiai
have done a farro trade the past season
and have, with few exceptions, exceed
tuoni oft in
ATAl0rfe TO AX1T AUDHIWH,
e-d the expectations of
manv flnlmlniP fa hAvn
of 4u to tlO per cent. We mall theso
' claiming to have made savins
Oregon St., Jacksonville.
IE WEST OF LAOEB BEER AL17AT3 KEPT
oaliiad aodreatly for sale- ty thskrsor class.
VICEK. CrON APPMCATIOSf. tVeself
or cond (o n'l mnnklnd at vrttolcftala
lxt Hatloual Hank, Clilcaco.
MOMTGOMERT WARD t CO.,
Original Grsnre Bnpply House,
7 k S9 WftOMlt AVCM CWCBCO, IUs.
THE C11Y BREWERY.
YEIT SOHUTZ, - ProDrietor.
T-TTAnTT. MOOT TrPQDVPTnTT.T.T TV.
lfonathe citlzensof Jftcktou.ll anl
the world At lcrge, that they can fluU, (it JT,
aoT time- at nvf Brawerr. the bottliizer
And JacnSonYilie, Oregon
GIBBS & STEAEIT
busiucsa In I'ortU:.
will attcn." to vll
TAJCIjS, ROPES CARPENTERS' ANDWA-
good and. ctteap piano call and see rae.
beer. In anj qaantlty tbe piurhter innj doclrf
,Mj houaa la coi Ten lent lyttnatei imS nj roenu ar
always Ia,orJcf, A.viaU viH rlaae ?nL
cii ror saio dt juun wlus.
MESJB. B. DOWELL,