Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1858-1888, April 02, 1879, Image 2

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    THE OREGON SENTINEL
"Wednesday, : : April
1879
. V11 j","- ''' uifi'f' bmj 1'irr
K!0(;n.irmc.iL KKtrrrnss.
Jrssc B. Thomas.
The most neglected yot the most mcr
itorious men of this republic have been
the pioneers who led the van of civil
ization across the continent From the
hour that they first turned their faces
westward from the Atlantic seaboard
until the present theirs have been lives
of danger, hardship and privation.
Among those -who first dared the perils
of a journey across the plains to this
coast Tas Jesse 13. Thomas, now a resi
dent of the Meadows. Jesse was born
in Cooper county, Missouri, in 1821,
where ho resided until the Spring of
1847, -when, with his wife and two
small children, lie starred for Oregon,
whither his father and family had pre
ceded him two years before. Ho made
the trip with pack animals,, arriving in
-where -his .fithr.r JiadetJ
tied early in the Fall. lie located a
donation claim and resided on the
same most o? tho time until 18G7,
when he removed to this county.
Jesse is a practical farmer, but has de
voted much of liis time to trading in
stock and in tho lumber business. He
lia3 built one saw-mill in this county
and is now engaged in the construction
of another. Ho is a man of unusual
Strength and endurance, and although
foe has had both of his legs broken ho is
still possessed of vitality likely to carry
I lim through safely to three score and
ben. Jesse is of a race noted for lon
gevity. His father's family consisted
if sis boys and four girls. All are
I named save two of the boys. Tho orig-1
Inal family, grand children and great
grand children, numler ninety-nine
souls, and thero have been but seven
Teaths out of that number. In poli-
tics Jesse is a Democrat of the old
I school, but of lato years, like every oth
ucr sensible man, ho has held himself in-
lependent of party trammels and voted
tor men and measures and not at the
lictation of party leaders. Ho is a
Iman or the kindest impulses, always
approachable and ever ready to respond
Ito calls for assistance from the needy
f afflicted.
E1ItorK)LE.E.5?.
TVi not be frightened young reader
kdo not intend a -moral lecture
iressmg our remarks to parents and
(children, t : both sexes alike, and trust
they w i'l be taken in a kindly spirit
i Thero never were truer words penned
than "idleness is the mother of mis
chief," and when parents reflect how
easily the seeds of noxious and evil
weeds take root in the idle mind thoy
should take heed and provide mental
or physical occupation for their child
ren. It is fcaid tho age is at fault, that
it is ono of luxurious taste, of desire
for indolent ease; but the people of tho
age aro alone responsible for its vicps
and destructive tendencies. "Wo are
Tearing too many ladies and gentlemen,
educating too many of our children to
despise labor as an ignoble thing, forc
ing them to contemn parents that have
toiled and htrugded for a life time,
perhaps, in order to push their child
"rVn higher in the social scale, and in
dulging them in a life of dangerous
idleness. Look around you, parents,
and observe that it is tho unused field
that is always most foul, tho idle spin
dle that is always the first to rust.
Make your children work with mind
and muscle. Teach them that labor is
the lot of all. Teach them to respect
your own calling no matter how hum
ble, and if tho Creator has so willed
they will rise above it by their own vo
lition as the clouds rise from the val
ley and gather round the Mountain.
boss and .".ft'if vourselvns if
loafing round the strong mixers witii
T-fc. IV
make you useful men, and surely none
of you wish to becomo idle drones in
the human hive. Roll up your sleeves
girls, and tako some of tho household
cares from the weary mothor whoso
wholo life has bien ono of watchful,
tender solicitude for 3-ou. Household
labor may soil your hands perhaps, but
tho proud consciousness of having
earned your own bread will make
them look whiter than lillies. Do not
wait idly for a higher power. Never
call on Hercules, like the clown in tho
fable, to help you, but put your shoul
ders to the wheel and help yourselves.
Develope your muscles, and in after
life, if misfortune overtakes you, they
will be a gold mino to you. Keep your
minds busy and they will have no time
to listen to tho knocking of vice when it
asks entrance. Bo proud of being use
ful for something, and remember that
industry is tho surest road to content
ment, and that after all tho laborer is
happier than the King.
The "Lassen Advocate" is advocat
ing a railroad from Beno to Oregon
pml thinks it would run via Little
ill kLruid Ashland. Vnlk- is
iw.lo uuflnils.
imilko.ii rnosrEcrs.
"We have just heard of a railroad
scheme which teems to have shape and
foundation, and, which may give us an
outlet to the sea. The congressional
appropriation for a harbor between
tho Straits of Fuca and San Francisco
is to be used at a point as near mid
way as practicable on the recommen
dation of three engineers. One of the
Board has already expressed a decided
opinion in favor of constructing a break
water at Crescent City; another is in
clined to select that point, and it be
comes very probable that a majority of
tho Board of Engineers for the Pacific
Coast (composed of three members)
will report in favor of that place. The
people of Crescent City are aware of
the importance of securing the appro
priation, and prominent merchants
thero are in receipt of letters from Mr.
Stanford offering to build a narrow
gauge railroad to Jacksonville in case
the former point is designated as a har
bor of refuge. Mr. Stanford proposes
- feak - iL - il
:-BeL
sephine and Jackson countieswill grade
tho road and furnish the ties the Cen
tral Pacific Company will do the rest.
The terms are not as liberal as they
might be as they exact a contribution
of about fifty thousand dollars to the
C. P. Co., but are probably the best
we can ever get The managers
of the great railroad system on this
coast aro fully acquainted with the to
pography of the country between here
and Crescent City, ami it is not the
slightest objection that Crescent City
does not happen to bo in Oregon. Com
merce is not circumscribed by state
boundaries, but seeks natural & enues,
and as the route up Smith river and
down
the Illinois river is said to be
quite practicable, Crescent City, if its
harbor bo improved, will be our most
accessible and safest shipping point
The beucfits of this read would reach
to Siskryou county in California, to the
portion of Del Norte, lying cast of the
Siskiyou mountains to Lake county and
a portion of Douglas, we. believe the
people of those counties would aid in
its construction. If built it would be
unnecessary to complete tho connection
between Boseburg and Beading, and
we would have cheaper transportation
than over a trunk lino between San
Francisco and Portland; and cheaper
transportation to the sea is all we want
to stimulate production. Ve believe
the above information correct as Mr.
s gonq tn R;p
Francisco in the interest of tho project,
and a gentleman from that place is ex
pected here shortly to consult with our
people.
.ifciiTicroiso.v.
Another Chinaman has just been ad
mitted to citizenship by a competent
court in New York city after the ne
cessary five years residence in the Uni
ted States. Tho item, to the people of
the Atlantic States, may seem trifling,
but to the dwellers of tho Pacific slope
it ha3 a deep significance. It is one
more drop of Asiatic poison infused in
to tho veins of our body politic that
may breed ulcers incurable by the most
subtile state-craft; another seed of the
deadly "Upas" planted in rich Ameri
can soil that may germinate, grow, and
in duo time overshadow and blight our
whole civilization. It is the bitter
principle in the kernel of American
liberty, the right -of franchise that may
turn it to ashes the straw that indi
cates the direction of a tornado that
may level our whole social fabric. It
is not deplorable that one wibject of
tho Chinese Empire has been clothed
with American citizenship but it is
cause of alarm that the law permitted
his naturalization. Thero is no dis
guising the baro truth that there is no
power but that of Congress that can
prevent the naturalization of Chinese.
As long as the general naturalization
ijw remains as itls, anyaffenTTio mai"
tcr what his color or nativity may be,
will bo naturalized by New York courts
and must be admitted to citizenship by
our own if he demand it and force the
issue. It would not take a race like
the Chinese long to discover that votes
were a marketable commodity or that
numerical strength controls our govern
ment In one case they would be
handled by capital. In the other they
would control it themselves in time,
and if they do not desire citizenship or
care to enforce their right to it then
we have the very strongest argument
against their becoming inhabitants.
The Bepublican Congress of 1873 74
is responsible for expunging tho
word "White" from tho naturalization
laws. Let us now see if a Democratic
Congress will remedy the evil. If they
will not, now that the Chinese ques
tion has become national and the dan
ger apparent, tho buffering people of
this coast must help themselves by the
law of might or submit to be slowly
poisoned by a-deadly Asiatic plague.
Our neighbor is pleased to acknowl
edge that we have some legal lore.
We make our most profound bow but
prefer commendation from a more in
telligent source.
EAFonCE TIICXAW.
If wo are not mistaken, the retail li
quor dealers in this Jjtown are under
heavy bonds to keep -orderly houses.
"We believe they desire, and we know
it is to their own interests to do so,
but unfortunately when a drunken row
occurs in any saloon the Marshal, vho
should be present to quell it, is either
conveniently absent or kopelcssty
drunk and entirely incapable of doing
his duty. For several nights last week
tho devil seems to have breathed into
some of tho whisky barrels in this
town, and on two occasions tho night
air rang with drunken yells and ob
scenity till a late hour in the morning.
This is not only unpleasant to peacea
blepcople, but discreditable to our town,
and we think tho Trustees should in
sure public quiet by appointing an offi
cer who will enforce the law and assist
others in maintaining the peace, and-if
they exact bonds for and impose a tax
on the liquor business it should be pro
tected. There is no one to blame for
jof affairs but the mcjoritjw.
our citizens who voted, quite under
standing, for a Marshal who is una
ble to discharge his duty, and we ven
ture to predict that if these midnight
rows are not stopped they will culmi
nate in bloodshed. Let tho law be en
forced and it will work damage to no
Tho "Times" has discovered that a
political slate is already fixed up in this
county and that some naughty Demo
crats are mixed up in tho transaction.
It is held to bo high treason for Demo
crats to presume even to think about
politics until advised by the proper au
thority, but slates fixed up at this early
date will bo very fragile and easily
smashed. The tovcreign people of
Jackson county will make their own
slate next year and party leaders will
not rub out the names on it Mark
that!
"Work on the N. P. B. B. is to ba
commenced soon, twenty five hundred
tons of rail having been purchased.
The President of the Co. telegraphs to
Capt Ainsworth of Portland that the
work will be commenced at the head of
navigation in eastern "W. T. and pushed
Eastward till completed.
IIaving placed my orconats in tl-e rand-"
if 0. W. Kaliier for cnlli-t-l'on nil thn?cin
dihied to me ciiber hy p"tcor buoksco tint
will call at Mr Kalilir t (litre at once an.t
.-I . r .1 .1K , ...
J. F. IvKUTaw
ss-spoa.sijjs sfOT-zsij.
Having pliocd my aeconnis in il IiavK
of 0. V Ivah'er for colli ction. all ihtvt-in
iltbipd to mu either hy no'e or biolc ac
count will caM at Mr. KnhWi oif c nt
oncu and settla up without fnrilicr delay
ami eave costs. MRS A. MLGER.
WAKKIK.
J 3 Ml tny bed aid board without cny
jut cinsp or provocation, I hereby notify
tlic pubWdlut I will not p.iy any debts of
her contracting.
RILEY PHILLIPS.
Little Applepate, March 2C. 1879.
DISSOLUTION WOTSCE.
'"pQE PARTNERSHIP IIHRETOFORE
L existing b-itween 11. I.. Webb and J. 1.
McD.uiiel in the C. 0. I), saloon has lbf d.iy
been dip lved by tnutul consent. AW ac
counts due the firm are piynllo U II. L.
Webb who will al?o pay any outstanding in
dtbtednufs ot the Arm. A prompt eettlc
nv'nt by caho- note i rrqnertcd . ard those
indebted nil! take not'ee and Bare cota
ii. h wEirn
J. r. McDaniel,,
JaclcfcnTille. March 19ih, 1879.
Strayed cr - Stolen,
XR CnESTXOT SORREL MARK
12 or 14 xpiir old. nith hb1 fr..
hiiid Tret wlnle lo pastrrn joint, bddly sad
dle-nw'Ked. Had with her a lust Spring
colt, forrt-1 in color, bird fevt white to bock
joint, blhz -d fare. Also a bay filly, two
yearn old and past, branded M on lftliol
dcr, with diamond Ptarin fori head 1 will
nay a liberal reward Tor any information
that will IcaHloTElfr rr'c,wrv.
M. ELLIOTT,
PI cciix, Oregon.
Settle Up Savo Costs
HAVING CONCLUDED TO RE
move my place ol bti-it.LS3 from Wilhm
Springs I hereby give notice to all those
indebted to rus either by note or book ac
count to come forward at oncp and Fettlo op
nnd thereby gave co?ts. I must have the
money due m nnd nnlcss they are pa'd im
mtdiatily the urconntu will be placed in the
hands ol an officer for co'lectinn.
A FISHER.
ByS. COH-W
December 25th 3m
Dissolution. STotica.
TnE PARTNERSHIP HERETO
fore exitinc between J. B. While and
Alex Martin, nr.der the 6rm name nf White
and Martin, hns thip day been difsdred by
tnotnal cnnre-it. All debts dae the firm,
whclher notes oracconnte, ere parable to
Alex Martin, who rcqnests prompt a d
immediate settlement. All demand against
the Otm will be paid by him.
J. R. WniTE
ALEX MARTiN.
Jacksonville, March 4lh, 1879.
3J1
or Tjestei oji::sLa:E
en arngt and ratent MeJicinra c to
KAIILElt BR03
XiIi KINDS 01? AMMUNITION VOU SALE
1 bT JOHN MIIiEU.
Cheaper than llic Cheapest !
MORRIS MENSOR
AT THE
Nsw Yoi?k Store,
Jacksonville, ,.Orcgon.
WEEKLY CURRENT 'PRIG
GROCERIES, ETC.
San Fnnciew re5n."d pogar.. 7R SI 00
Extra cosia rica cf ffee. 41b 1 00
Rope ot all B-zi.'i.'.....per lb lGc.is
Liverpool pall. .-. t .'3
Extra choice tea . ."'. 30cls & upward
Tobacco ..:... 62ctS .,
Candles per box 23 CO
DBY GOOBS.CLOTHING, ETC.
Printa .t"..15yds SI 00
Mnlm :..9ut8 pr id & npward
Metis bate, raUi...' 1.00
Mens boots per pair 3.ft0 ,;
Shoe?.... 75
S!ipp'-r.. , G3 P
(J(.'tt(.n flmntl shirts aud..
drtwers, rach C3 .,
Mens cloth pnits S3 CO....
worlb 15.00
Mens chub pant.- S3.50. .
wurth COO
And yari'ins other arlichs too nnrnprns lo
nirn'ion. Call and xjuitui as it costs tiolb
ina Jo mtWr ynntivlf, -
T WILL MAILTJO ANY AOD.aESD
i (postpaid) hiiv SIX of tN- iid-nwlnjr jne
pf! of lie ai'rt jt nvi.or )!nMc un rt-ipt o'
OMe DOLLAR In puttau 6t--rapi cr
I'urrtPcy.
JA5ISS S. SMITH,
SMITH'S J'lancs nui! Organ",
513 3IASKET feTBrXT,
ban rraurlara.
BULLETIN OF 'MUSIC
YGCAb
I will meet yon in the Twilight. Dankc.
Comeback to Erin CUribeL.
Darling 'tis Yoa Dsrbcr...
Fair Dove, Fond Dove Gatty...,
Gay as a Lark ,.Wiramcr.,
Good By, Dear Love PoTali
Good by, Sneethtart Ualtoa...,
I a.ik J'ot to be loved agaiu. .Kennedy. . ,
I cau't make up my mind Linwood .
It was a Dreim Cowen ....
Jepus, I my Cioss hare taken. Danks....
ICisj, Kia Louis .
Letter in the Uandto Corte..,
Now or Never Mack. . ,
Once Agam.....' Sullivan..,
Pulldown the blinds Ilolmcs
See bow It arklej '
priMrO-inc...., Campana..
"Tell me how to voo thoe....Su.hvan.
Who's that tapping at the gar
den gate jl Newman.,
IXhTIlUJIEATAI.
Bon Voyage tyollss. . Dana. . . ,
C-veoftaeWiria?Valtz....Rutr.
Dream Again-jlValtz Latour..
Happy Hcart-fiValtz We?teudorf.
.Mariposa Waltz Ptttee ,
Mrma!d Walx Botgtr....
Now or Never-Wallz Dam ,
Ihjuieiic-it'uito r. ....Uiy.r..-.;
Ilel ter Sk?lter-pGa!op Fanet
Jolly Brothers -Galop Hnrdlck...
.Mad Capj-Gft !op..-. Facet
Nancy Lee G ilop a'Becket....
Ten PintGaU p Zikoff ...
With Etem t alop Straus". .
Big Banii.zi- Polka Wimmer.,
Hop o' my tbujoib Polka . . Ward well . .
35c
35c
35c
30c
3'ic
30e
35c
30c
30;
30c
3()c
10c
31c
wfi
30c
3UC
30c
30c
3.5c
3os
30
40
35c
40c
"37C
30c
30c
,30o
,30c
30c
30c
30c
.35c
,30o
,30e
,35c
Nectar Polka
Zikoff
Gilmorc...
Ruby Polka.
Pet SchottifcLe Uarmiston.
To be snro o f the correct pieces yon wish
cat thU out of the paper, aud mark the' pie
ces needed and enclose to
J mes s. sirrrn,
SMITJT'S lManus and Organs,
' 57(5 MARKET STREET,
San Francisco.
W. F. OWEN & PLYMALE.
Forwardf ng and Coiumissioa
AGENTS,
Eloseburtj - - - - Oregon.
WILL IjIVE SPECIAL ATTEN
UodIo forwarding goods consigned
to their cirt, Freight money advanced.
Commission reasonable. All bujincss in
Ihia linbshalV"rcccive ow strict attention.
AllKjonsignfd to nnr care should
be maRTA." Roseburir.
- ay.- ' - -'
' ' "
-"" i"" . . ASD THE
fm., s- -, r ii
CJT
$1. HI1L2I rulfifl.Oi.
i '!' i i B W fcaM i
T. G. HEAMES E. It. KEAMES.
REA1EBSS
California st.,
Jacksonville,
Oregon,
AHEAD AS HUM, ! !
BY ADOPTING
A CASH BASIS !!
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
IN PE1CES
3ST STOGgU-L
or
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
THE-
GREATEST VARSETY
TO SELECT FROM IN
Ltzj One Store ia Southern
Oregon or STorthem
California.
ALL FOR CASH!!
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
FALL&WIKIERDRY-aQODS,
FANCY GOODS,
LA DIE?' PRKSS G01DS. CXPIllIERTi:.
AND DIGO.NMLS. SILKS. AND
SATINS, BOOT.-; i fallOCS,
CLOTHING. IiTC,,
LADIES' CAL., S3AD5 CII0M5
3T
TTC QAU. TI'E ATTENTION OF Tl
7COAU.7I'EAT1
i lad'es lo tht fct
t i lart'es lo iip rct h v inire ro
hand Hi'' 1-ry-t and K'xtBi-l ct d airt-i
n-.ont rfLUlir-o' DP.S- G')0')3 and F N
'T 00005 or xrery di-c-liit'nii in Sop'.'i
crn Oropoi, Btid ve w:ll ws f"ith raik
thi line of goods our Frc eijiity and h;1!
tVm at
Ghoapcrihan iha Sietipoat.
To tbe iTt!i-mn we will -iy. if yen wau.
A No. t SUIT UF CLOTHES jm ml pi
to Kearae? Bros, to bjy them n wi- clilm lu
have the ln.vt sTOCIC OF CLOTHING io
Jickson county and will allow none to un
lcrrll ns.
Thee goods were all pnrchie.l by a mem
bcr of o-ir firnj from FJRST CL SH Honre
ir Sao FransifCo and Ncv Toik.aad wi- will
waranl every nrticb" and p II tin in as cheap
for ra-h a? any heu3e in thtt cu ity.
Wc ahu keep oa hjud a lull siock of
GROGSRIES,
Hardware, Cutlery, Glassware,
CROCKERY.
A FULL LIFE OF ASHLAND GOODS
fa:ji axd freight wacuss
rfrpSrCianTlows & Salty Plotvs.
In fact everything from the finest needle
to n threfhioe-mnchicc. Give ns a call
and judee for youelve as to onr capacity
of famishing cood as above.
The way to make money is tn save it.
To ave-it buy cheap. To hny cheap piy
CASI1 for yonr goodn and bnv of
RfJAMES RROS.
LATEST AEEIFALS
OF
I5BT3E: Ji.W aS-G23CTD3ID
AT
rj-nE UNDERSIGNED T.1KEU PLE.4?
L ure in announcing to the public that
he hag jut received a complete and fir.t
class assortment of Gint's Fnrnilng
Good'.snch as Hats. Shirts. Underwear, etc,
Iteft brand of Cigar? nnd Tobirco, Pipes,
Nutioni", Fancy Good. Glassware Crockery.
Mufical 7ufitniracntt, Bird Cngri-, Statlouiitry
Pocket and Table Cutlery, tlbunn, Toys.
Candief. Nut', etc., which will be (old at
he cheapest rates. Give m-: a call nnd eee
for yourselves.
F. CRF.CKENFELD.
EUREKA MILLS,
SITUATED ON BEAR CREEK SEVEN
tniles north-east f Jacksonville, are
prepared to a general
Merchant and Eschanso UusiRsss.
Thp nndereigneil will give 36 pounds of
Sour, 2 pounds shotts and 8 pound bran for
every buhcl cf wheat. Will alj sack
jonr enstoraers fnrnihingsack.
"Satisfaction Gnaranteel'&
T.T. McKINZIB
K
AIILER BROS KEEP THE LARQESTST0CK
oi uooes aau Manonery.
W
33X77" G-TTONrS 4IADE to orpk
au npurics prolan? Mono dt Mii.iit.ujt
Gtlil FcIlriT's EniWin; Jacksonville, Ore op
DEALER APJD WOHKEK IN
TIN, SnEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD
Pumps,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
NAILS,
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
HARDWARE, TINWARE.
POWDER OF EVERV DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps,
WQGDFH & WILLOW WARE.
ROPE, KAILS,
Paints;OHs, Varnish, GIs
CUTL1CRY, WIRE,
Shot, Brushes, Chains, Sosc
ETC., ETC:
I have peenrod (be service? of a (irt-c!a
Mechanic, and am prepared tudo all rep tir
ing promptly and ia mperior style.
j"N CONNIPTION VITI1 TUB ABOVE
1 I am rcceiviiisHiii! tarn coin-tatjtly
hiiid a full and first claes stock of
GHOCBHISS,
jr.Y-oooD?, ctj: rccis, ici.jcco
RRAUr 23AUS CZ.OTIIIXG,
G LA SSW.I U C. (R OCEUK V, &c.
J7Evrrjthinjpii'd at rcarpati! rifnp.
K. KUBLI
JacWnvilte. March. 5 1S7H.
rlSE"3SYs A'irs s-s-r zzvkv
EA9LE MILLS,
OITUTi:r FIKTKEN MtHS FOUTtl
O .f Jack join illi, n hi ' j uiilis north ot
A.-hlia.l, are prelr.,J t.' J
luuthnntaad EKchiau Banaess.
FLOTJB, GBAIIAir, CORN3IEAL
AND FEED AT BEDROCK
PRICES.
3"! pnnpd of dnr. 2 potvI Mior'1? a.:d
8 poind bnm clt'i p"r ba'iel or gooj
wheat. "VI 1 1 ack fl.iar-cn-tn'n-M fnrni-h-inc;
sicks. Sick1 with tnr sr.v b.ivxk ou
thtm furnished at low nut
My brother. O. F nilliny. will have
el arco of the biici u-, lifin i sisii-rt I y
fOinpctent milltrd. Lvcrjthing wurrautut
s rttirtteuted.
SARAH A. FARNRAM.
PHOENIX MILLS.
FIOMPAST LXPLRItNCEI CANNOT
oITit Us.8 than
SD CENTS PER BUSHEL
ol wheat, and Farmer can have their choice
ofei'hur crchanze or Pell their wheat at
mirk"t nr'ce at my mills.
I henceforth expect to establish
NKIVBKAXDSOP" FtOCR'
which will exceed tho old one
It fhall alny be my aim to give the
fullest atMactiou.
T. W OLTVELL.
Ph(Enix,Aug3, IS78.
THE ASHLAND
Woolen Manufacturing Co,
Take pleapurc in announcing that K.ey now
- have on hand, a f.ill and select elock of
Made of the very best
NATIVE WOOL
And of which they will dispose at very rea
sonable rates.
Ord-rs from a distance will receive prompt
attention. Bend tLcm in aud give our goods
u trial.
Ashland Voolk.v M'r'a Co.
Settle Up ! Settle Up!
HAVING A LARGE NUMBER OF
accounts on onr books we hereby give
notice to all those indebted to as by book
account to come forward at once and fettle
up. Xe mn3t hove the.money, and unless
a settlement is mads immediately a forced
collection will bs made.
KAHLER DROS.
FHftSEB IIAKDWARE STOKE
MRS J. BILGEU
AT Til GOLD STAND OF JOHN BILGER
Calitraia street. Jachsotnillf, Oregon,
DEALER III
TIN. SHEET IRON, COPPER WARE
Stoves,
Cl;
AGRICULTURALI.MPLEMENT3
PTJMETand PIP3S,
Painis, ms, Ghiss, Varnish
Powtlar &. Fuso
il General AssortsioHt cf
SHELF HARBWAIU
j
FINE WOSTCNHOLM CUTLERY
. ROPE & TWINE.
A lirl-c!i Rrcbii'ilc will attunil ta
Job Work with neatueesa-id dispatch.
I will always keen consiaatlv on band a
large stuck of
Eiquors atid oba:co.
Acr.t for the Pf)!FI'J RUflltEIt P'.ITV
The Ix-i"! in tfce World.
Pjrticular att-n'to'i piM t.i Fi"--.'
ant. m d tin.- ".ipplyn-: f "Xtras fo' Y i'--i
Marhlncrv.aiid all lnroriTitiin n t. i i
nrfolec. furul-liiil chei rfullv. on niip'ic ni- t
" p-jin will be spam! to turnNI. ..iir
cnl(imeii with tlie ln-t gor,l in n:ak-i. lit
our !ini.Rid l (!( h-w-l pr;c.,i.
Cur motto i-l all ! prnupt unit fi'r d -il-ine
with nil. Call ml emniif out rmclt
li-fun- going !nwhvrL-. fculie.'aclioj jjii ir
HLteul. TKH EEC, BONAiMZA
IS LOCATED A T
I g. EOWISD'8 ST01E,
IN THi; SHAPE OF
TOBACCO. CIGARS. MATCHS.
CANDIES, NUTS,
Jevolry And Notions,
TUB FIRST ARRIVAL OF WINTFR
g'Odjut rreWved and bonght at t.'.e
llotti nt of the Maikit aLd told lower th.-ji
evir.
Ladies hose, 8 pair for - - 1.00
EVERYTHING IN PROPORTION
A LARETUvOIi2J6AJlSAT
Whclosalc and Elciail.
A Fino Ilavnna cigar for - 2.1.
American Ilavanaa for - - -12J
Jacksonville LTavanas G for - 2.1.
"Cheap for Cash."
J.S. HOWARD.
!! SILUMEBT SIS
-OF-
IRS. I. W. BEPRl
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED MY FALr
JL acd Winter stock of Millinery Goo-is,
consi-ting of
LADIES' HATS AND BONNETS.
Ribbons. French Flowers. Ostrich Tip.
VelieK DUgonnl Silk-. Ntckties. Collars,
Cnff, Kid Cloves. Laces, Back Couth".
Pocket Ilandkerchi. f. Fnr.ry Wings, and
P lumes. Perfumery, and To-.lct Soap, and a
Qno asortrai nt of Infant 'h shoe.
I also have on band a supply of
GKATL-EMEK'S KKCKTIES & COLLAR
For the holidays I will b ave an assort
ment of
CHINA AND VVX DOLLS.
I have re:eivcd the agency of the cele
brated White Sewing Machine, which I nm
selling cheaper than ever, and several Zfowa
and Florecc machines lor sale.
A
X'UTiTa LINK OF SHELF AXD
Iieajlianlare for Mleljy JnIIV MILLEB.
TrYOU WAST A LAROn STOCK OF rEBFU
mtry ami fane .mi to select hem go oJ3i'
Irr ami if thcjilon't liiiTewli.it yon ant Bob Wtlt
ninke It, or siiTtuing pUe generally rut rtn r ame
",(,rc- tVIILEp ltttQ.",
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