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Saturday, Jrxs 23. 1S8-L
Toraos G-. Slaino,
For Vice President,
ToIxxsl .A.. Iiogan,
' "T .
Nominees for Presidential Elector?,
D. P. THOMPSON, of Multnomah,
WARREN TRUITT, of Polk,
J. C. LEASUHE, of Umatilla.
imLKLflm. j.!.uumaggya3ii'cA" asgaMrg j.t.n
TP7iatf stands Behind.
Both the Republican and Democrat
ic parties, savs the Sacramento "Rrc
ord Union," have a past ta which they
can point. The Drat reviews its hii
torv as one of enduring and glorious
achievements for the human racu and
human freedom; ihe second can onlj
read in its history a constant struggle
against all that tended to make this n
great nation, strong and respectable
among 'he peoples of earth, nnd cai.
point latterly only to a Moody pag
crimsoned with trenson to the govern
ment that tolerated 1. For the fu
ture the Republican party gives tb
guarantee of its past and the usfcuranci
ofpiinciples that are allied only with
progress, the cvolvment of the highest
beuficonce in legislation, the most ad
vanced civilization in society and tin
broadest and loftiest national policies
Its promise for the future i- that which
conserves industry, protects the right
of the individual, and punches hi
crimes; enlarges the popular intelli
gence, assures the- jierpetuity of thf
nation, establiMus an American and
affitniative policy, strengthens all th
guarantees of human rights and ad
just the equities between all interests
nnd classes upon the principles of in
violable justice. Such' is tho party
that stands behind the man nominated
for tho presidency. In that posiliop
he loses his individuality and btandr
forward as the representative of a
party that asks the people not to with
draw its hand fiom the structure of
its creation, nor to turn over tho na
tionul house to tho enemy of its archi
But the future of the Democratic
paity is vogue, promiseful in word
only, and opposed to all that the prin
ciples of the Republican party tUnd
for now, and have stood for in the last
twenty-four years of national progress
ion. The "Democratic party turns with
shame from the past tliatbhouid afford
guaranteas for its future. Bahiud
whatever man may be put up at Clu
cago, in July, btauds that parly, and
no glossing over of platforms or ap
peals for personal admiration of the
candidate or promises of reform can
blot out the significant fact that for
its future the Democracy cannot give
us the pledge of a honorable post.
Since the ligitaut law has been re
pealed, and there are no eflicial county
papers, it would bo a principle of
economy for the probate and other
printing to bejetto the lowest bidder.
By this means the county would sove
large Bums each year for publishing
legal notices, which aio still charged
at the old exorbitant litigant rates.
If the newly elected judge wishes to
inaugurate all economical adminhtra
tionhe will lay aside all prejudices,
and let the contract for count print
ing to the lowebt bidder. This the
people, who hae ta pay these billi-,
have a right to demand.
Now that our Democratic brethren
know the size of tho job the Republi
can opponents have prepared for them
to confront at the polls they will have
le'sure to turn their attention to mat
ters of lively interest in connection
with their own coming convention.
For instance, it is reported that Mr.
Henri Watterson has a roaring fiee
trade plank ready for insertion in their
.platform, and it will certainly puzzle
the laaders of the party to device means
of suppressing the "brilliant und de
termined Kentuckian without a dis
, puting struggle. .
Tho "Times," contrary to its utual
xustom of trying to agree with every
body, expresses dissatisfaction with the
"Standard" for advocating Field's
nonJuation. Now dun't you fclloMi
go to quarreling, over your candiJa'e
for the poor fellows are going to get
, badlvleft no roattpr who they are.
Mr. Blaine does not permit political
affairs to interfere with his literary
work iiVthe least. He is now devot
ing several hours a day to his history,
which' will b completed later in the
Tho "Times" seems to still favor
Tilden, with an eye to the "it bar'ls."
for Charlejsfavbriles must have finan
cial backing if they want tho influence
of his tremeadcus circulation.
THE OFFICIAL FIGURES, AS FDRSItHED
BY THE SECnKTAUY OF STATE.
The following h the official Tote of
the State of Oiegon, at tho general
election, held June 2, 1884, as re
turned by the various county cU'ike,
and canvassed in the office of Sect etary
of State, on the 24th day of June, A
For Congressman Bingerllermann,
25.G99. John Myers, 23.C32 Her
mann's majority, 2,047.
For Supreme Judge L. Fltnn, 24,
271, W W.Thayer, 24,892 Thayer's
On tho constitutional amendment
11,223 voted yes and 28 17C vcted no,
Hiving a nisj.iriiy of 10,933 against it
Fiist District ebter, 1.7S0 Coj
Fourth District Smith, 5.G40
Fifth District Taylbr, 4.99C; Ber.
Sixth District Olastesd, 4,308;
Firt District Kent, 1,574; Ap
Second District Hamilton, 4,297;
Third District Chamberlain, 5,285;
Fourth District Gearin, 4,562;
Fifth District McBride, 5,362;
Sixth D strict Clifford, 4,362
Crook, Klamath, Lake and Waco
counties Cartvvright, 1.9G0; Thomp
Ilenton and Polk counties Lee,
1,692; Thompson. 1,597.
CiKis and Curry counties Siglin,
Clatsop and Tillamook counties
Leinonuber, 1,012; Gr.iy, 989.
Coos and Gurry counties Sutton,
S35; Thrift, 769.
Klamath and Lako counties Ab
shire, 352; Steam, 234.
Wasco and Crook counties Lyle.
1,787; Lewis, 1,G37; Condon, 1,58S;
Senator John Shrrman, in his
speech at Washington Thursday night,
struck the keynote when ho said:
It-is said that Blaine is bold and ag
Sresite; that he will obstruct the busi
ness interests of the country. I wouli
liko to try such a President. He
might shake oil" Romo of the cobwebs
of diplomacy, and invjte the attention
of mankind to the existence of thf
country. There will always be cop
servatism enough in CongresH, and in
terest in the Df inocratie party, to hold
in check even as brilliant a man &
James G. Blaine.
The Boston "Irso oiler" thus allitcra
'ively cxpressei the Deuiocret titna
tion: "'J here will bo booming for
Bayard, bawling for Butler, clamor
ing for Cleveland, filibustering for
Fowler, hankering for Hdi.cci.k,
maneuvering for McDonold, masquer
ading for Morrison, cunjuriu; for
Carlisle, thimblerigging for Thur
man, fiddling fur Field, panting foi
Paj ne and ranting for Randall."
Bro. Nixon, of the Yreka "Joum
at, lias begun bis -Jtu volume, am
still continues to inn rove, and is con
sidered one of the met reliable ami
substantial journalists of the coast
His political complexion in clear and
we hopo ho may "live long and pro
The Independent party againtt
Blaine now haa 78 members. It is ex
pected that their voting strength will
ho increased to 100 before next No
vember. A Tariff for revenue only leaves us
without national defense, with neither
navy, fort nor guns. County script is
the onlv think to fall bnok on then.
FOR DYSPEPSIA a Cauiiul Liver
plaint, vou have a prin'ed puii-antei
on every botth of Sbiloh's Vitaliyr.
It never fails to cure. Biooks can
ARE YOU MADE miserable by
Indigestion, Constipation, Diz7ines.
loss of appetite, yellovv skin? SlulohV
Vitalizer js a positive cure. Brooks
SHILOH'S CATARRH REME
DY a positive cure for Catarrh,
Diphtheria und Cuhker Mouth. At
"HACKMETACK," a lasting and
fragrant perfume. Price 25 cents and
50 cents. For sale at E C. Brooks
A NASAL INJECTOR f.ee with
each bottle of ShilohV Catarrh remedv .
Price 50 cents. For bale at E. C.
.SHILOH'S CURE WILL imme
piately relieve Croup, Whooping cough
and Bronchitis. Cill ut Brooks.
TnE REV. H.THAYER, of Bour
bon, Inil., stys: "Buh mvself and
wifs oire otirl've- to SHILOH'S CON
SUMPI'ICN CURE." Brooks keeps
WHY WILL YOU cough? ShilohV
cure will yive immediate relief. Price
10 cts. 50 cts. and 1. For sale at E.
Hawk Enwutns At the lork's office,
June 23. 18S4, liy Hon. 8ila3 J. D(y,
county jude, Silis llavvk and Miss
Eliza Jane Edvvard3.
llnw-U Saddle, Umatilla county to
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Mills, a"daugutcr.
j GniMF.a -In this city, June 23, 18S4, to
Tr anrt Ifra TT W n.iKin . ,
jm... m u.c. 4 II . vii.Mibaja duu.
rci..uMCSgr uwjguie;; ung.1:
CKD.EII TUX XXXJLGHXT 07
J. R. JLittle, Prop.
WILL BE KEPT WELL STQCiBD
V T -with the choicest
GROCERIES, - '
Cent's Furnishing CSoods,
Fishing Tackla, &c.
And everything usually found in a flrx'
class variety store.
My good3 are the best and gnrranteed
to be as represented. Prices low, as we dc
not proprosc to be undersold.
E2Giv e us a call
J. R. Little.
Analysis tT Dr. A. Yo'lllcer. T. R. S., Con
sulting cucmlst Rojat Agricultural Focletr,
England snows or.lv a trace ut nitrates in
Black well's Bull Durham Tobacco. Tlie soU
ol tbe Golden Belt otortli Carolina. In whica
this tobacco la grown, don tsupplTnltniesto
tne leat. That Li the secret ct Its delicious
mildness. Notlilns so pure and luxurious lor
smotins. Doatlonret the brand. Nonegen
ulno without tho txailc-maflc ct tue Bull, All
dealers nave It,
When fel!c wmctrta
dri e & ay hlt-cr,your
bt toUc la found In
BJaeitrtlPt Bull Dr.
Aim SBUtXwg 7btac0.
S2CSretX5 ni apvwzi I c nrsr25?H
ISSKiJi--:-! "i" '-'-'- gSSSSJjai
S?3 3 EHS5?Z2J37SlL
lOfi orAppPtllo, HctdAcho, I)opre
Ion, lutllijrktlon unci Cutntlr-ctir.r, C
loutnrM, a Sullow !', Dull li";E s:
fi ISIolclioil SVIn, &ra among tha .rn.rton.
Trlilch Indicate tint lbs lirsr U crjinj !c
vrlll Ettaalito tne Uxcr to prcjwr actl'a
ami correct all these troublea. Oca or mif
of those Pills thoald be tiken dallj, until
ja?ith i fnnjjac-Itsaasg?.1" .
Ko famil j can afford to be wittioct ATcn'
6old ij all Drogglils.
"VTorii fall to
express ray grttl
tudo," uti llr.
BrtBT Carteb, of KmlitUls, Tenn., "for
tlie beacCta deritod from
UariDg been aQIcted all my life wi'.i Ccret
ula, my ljtlmecinfd taturatedirilhlt. It
sjuooUin BluteUra, Ulcere, uid M.Urr
Cores, all oyer my body." Mr. Carter tttai
Uiat Lb va entirely eared by U.o iue of
JLvec's SiuCil'.vr.iLLX, and sine diacoa
tiiiuli'2 Its uco, elgbt montlia ajo, L Us had
no return cf the acrofuloos iyaiptoirj.
All laoefal Infections of the blood are
promptly rcmoTed by thli nceqdsllcd altera
tive. rarrAEOj bt
Sold by all Drn-gists; 51. six bottles for W.
UXIOS nOTEIi EEBBITILiE.
Friday Jv.!y 4tb, 1824.
The unpersigned will giro a Grand Ball
at his houseJa Kubyville on the above
date and extends a cordial invitation to
a'tend. The bistof musl.'andacood sup
per will bo provided. Tickets, $2 50.
In the matter of the estate Jane Ilolt.dc-ce-ised.
NOTICE is hereby piven that the un
dirsignid has been appointed by
tho Counlj Court of Jackson county, Ore
gon, sitting in Prolate, Adi.iinistrator oi
the estate of Jane Holt, deceased.
Ad persons indebted to slid estate arc
requested to settle the same immediately,
anil those having c aims against the es
tate will present them with the propi-r
vouchers to the undersigned, residing at
Jacksonville, Jackson comity, Oregon,
wiih.n six months trom the first publica
tion of this notice.
Administrator of said estate.
Dated June 14. 18s 1.
UNION HO PEL,
M, Ryder, Propr.
First-class accommodation can always
be had at this house at the mobt reasona
IS" An excellent stable consccted with
(Jt?3a week in your own town. Term
OUUand 3 outfit free Addres H.
Hxtj-ett & Co., Portland Maine.
31 V-tf KSfiKiY
Fridd), Jutij "Mil, 1SS4.
Asaluteof39 ctms at sunrise. Officers
of the diy Mr. Peterson, Pre-Jidmt;
vic-presldtnts. Hon. C. tt. BrobaLk..l.S
How.vd, Ur. M. Vrooman, D.iviJ Mi'ner j
ana Uol. J.B. Itoss.
tir.ttor,UoD.L. It. Webster; Reader. V".
F. Williausoa; Clnplain, M. A. lll
iszns Manual A. L. Johnson.
ORCER OF EXEFlCiaeC.
1. Musi: by the band.
2. Prayer by Chaplain.
3. MusiCjby the band.
4. Reading ot the Declaration of Inde
G. husicby tho band.
7. Mus5tiY the band. -
Grand tiutbacuc and basket dinner on
tidgroundsTwIiicbT'-vvil' bar appropriately
decorated for the occasion. Running
races, jumping races, catching the greased
pig, fat mens races, married and single
niLn- races, ladies and miss-s races, and a
variety of pimis. Arracgtmints ha fc been
made with the O. & C. It. It. Co. for ex
cursion ttaiDS fronr Ashland, Phoenix,"
Uoodville, Grants Pass and Gold Hill at
half fare rates.
BY VIRTUE of an execution duly issu
cd ci'it of the Circuit Court "of the
State of Orejron, for the County of Jose
phine on the 21st day ol May, 1884, in fav
or ot iivvrence Leonard, nnu ajrainst h.t:.
Nelson and Joseph Fountain, IXefendants,
torthesuin of $301.00: and als-o $73 50
costs and the accruung costs I have levied
upon ami trill sell at public auction for
fcsturday, CicIOth clay or .lely, I8.T4,
at one o'clock, r. m. of sild clay at ethc
court house door in Keibyvilie, Josephine
county, Oregon, the fol owing described
real propirjy, to-vvit : 1 he S V if of N E
K ami b Ji i ol J ol s'-ction-23 in
Township S7 South R mge 7 Srist . Also
tlieminin" claimknovvn as the Dale Hill
siluartcil between Succor crtek and Alt
house crek. Also the California IJu
claim siluatiil on Succor cicek" a'l in
Josi-phind county, Oregon, and ITied on
4S the property sit s-iKl n tcnuant, L.. E
Xclsoa.- j M'IKE IIYDER,
I Jshcriff of Josephine Co.,
CHAKBE- IH MAHAOEMOIT
3d aad Califcraia ts.,
n'wlls - - Qfax,
Havingitiken charge of this hotel the
uuder&ignHlItakc pleasure ia wnnomicing
to the public'that a compktc change wil.
will Jjs fnpplied with cvnything thi
market affords, and a general renovation
33ccl3 and Hooma
will be made. The patronage of the pub
lic ib ooiiciUd.
'.Y. G. Kexszt.
H. H. TTcltehs
-TnE GEM SALOON
ITaving opened our saloon in the new
brick building of Dyers & Co. at Medl'ord
we are nowprcparirf to furnish any kind
of a drink that can be lalltd ior, made
with liquors that are acknowledged to be
tue be-sl in the marLit.
A Fine Billiard Table
Will also be found at this house and on
lhe tables you can tlnd the leading picto.
rial aud snorting rupcis of the day. Give
us a trial. Kknni r & AVoltees.
U. S. Lasd Oftick, Roseburo, Op., )
Complaint having bce-n cntcied atthis
ottlce by Willhim ll.P.inkey.agaiust John
A. Caruwcll for abandoning his Home
stead Entry ICo 30J4, d.ited 31.iy 11, lb7k,
upon the YV H of S 1-1 section 25 aid
N ol"S JVH be-ction 20, Tovvnhip iki
sotth, r, niic 3 west W il, fn Jackson
county. Ore-ion. wllh a view to the can.
cellation of said entry: the said parties are
iiercuy suintnoucu to ajipear at tne omce
of the County ilerk of J acksira "county on
the aOth day of J uly, 1884, at 10 o'clock A.
M., to respond aud furnish trbtimonj
concerning stid alleged abandonment.
- 'W. P. 15ejmi.v, Register.
J. C. FcrxxitTOX, Receiver,
L-Vinj OrFicE at Rosebuho, Or )
.Tune 18, ItiSL f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has tiled notice of Ids
intention to make fin il proof in support
of Ids claim, and that said proof will be
made before, the Judge or tlcrk of Jack
sm countr, at Jacksonville, on S.iturdy,
July 2(5, lS4,Tiz: John Waikics, bonic
ste.id No. 4008. for the ffofN if
and E J-J ofN W if Sec 13 T Xi S R 1 V.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his coutiuuous residence upon, and cuti
valion of, said land, viz: L. Rolrinon,
of Eaplo Point, F. Ayres, of liale l'oini,
I D. Smith, of Es?le Point ai.d F. M.
Turgot of Big Uutte, all of Jackson
AVm. F. BEXJOtrs, Register.
The undersigned wi I p-y $100 reward
for the arrest and conTiction of the party
who stole J rooster fnm his place on
Rich Oa'Am tl'i nihl of June 2d. Tbe
moaeyVTleposit and will be paid
JsHo June 3, 1834.
' Book Poist, Jackson Co., Or., Jan.
D. M. Osberre & Co.
Gen'Jemfn. I bought 'one "of the
Osborne No. 11 Twine-Binding Har
vesters for the harvest of 18S3, and I
take lexnure in recommending it to
all farmers, for it gives ierfrct ttntia
faction in cutting and elevating the
rain, and in binding it. It is the
"boss." The more I use it tha better
I like it. The expense of harvesting
with the Osborne No. 11 if less than
heading or reaping.
G. "W. Lance.
Ashlakd, Or., Jan. 25, 18S1.
D. M. Osborne k Co.
I bought one of your No. 8 Inde
pendent self-'ake Reapersj thiit last
harvest. It did th v-'at of work I
ever t.aw done with any reaper. I cut
some green oats hay, which w.ki the
heaviest work I ever raw done with a
reaper. I raked off bunehes that
would weighs hundrd pounds.
j Bessett Million.
"All our machines are warranted to
GSONEMILLERv & BIHBSEY,
La Hello Wagons, "Walter A Wood's Binders.
Hodges Headers, 1'eapers & Moweis,
Coats Hay Rakes, McShu'ry Grain JDiillp and
Uuiord Plows, Seeders,
Collins Cast Cast-steel Randall Pulverizing .Tlur-
EXTRAS SERVED ON HOP.T NGTSCET-
Wc would respectfully aak our
our line ot goods before nurubasin elsetvliers, ai we feel sure we
Sell As Low If Not Lower
Than any iirst-chiM goods can be
gooua as represented.
CEONEMILLKR AND B15DSSY.
JacksonTillc, Oregon, May 9, 18S4.
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL.
FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' TOOLS.
5PRINQ POINT SHOVELS, SLUICE FORKS, PICES, GOLD
PASS ASD SCALES.
Builders' Hardware, Tarred Paper, Etc.
A FULL LINE OF STOVES, AND GRANITE WARE,
ESBBKIWSF, MZZLS3 ASBLAWS SPSIftELEBS.
PISTOLS, GUNS AND CARTRIDGES, TABLE AND
We areprepired to give close prices and have facilities for furnishing esti
mates on most any class of goods.
MoOAIiIj'S 33'.jOC72S: J!i.tSXSXii.3Nr3D OGrTST
Times.. Building, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Hew to the Line, Let the
A Full Line
GOODS SOLD ONLT FOH CASH
BUT ON AN ACTUAL CASH BAP1S.
tSTTVc buy at a discount and lose no
the advantages of tliis policy.
be well l;uill, of good material, and
c.j atl; of cuttintr, if properly nuii
iviv, fionj ton to Sfteti acres per day.
ll, on Marling a twichine, it ahould in
Any way pruve drrectivr, and l:ot
work well, tho purchaser shall sire
prompt notice l,o the agent of whom he
purchased it, and D. M. Osborne i
Co , Portland Oregon, and allow time
for a person to bo sent to put it in
order. If it cannot then br made to
do good work, thr defective pirt will
be replaced or the machine shall im
mediately be returned to the agent from
whom it wan purchibed, at his pla e
of business, and thr payment of nionev
or notes returned. Keeping the ma
chine duiing harvest, whether kept in
use or not, without giving notice a
above, shall be dermed conclusive evi
dencf that the machine tills the war
ranty." Surrender of nots or cash
nil all bn depnifd full natinfa'.tion to
pvrt) of the second part fur all dam
f. hi r.a iur,
OsborneV, n-nt for Jacksonville,
JMeih'ord, Kfck Poiat and Gr.mt'a Pas-,
will si-H this year, th- 7 ft. Harvester
and Twine Uimir tor i-JDU hrre. the
Bo M-ichinr will cut nicely where
ever a plow in run;.i!so, towen tor
90. Millri A Co., Ashi'viid, are also
agents for Os'-orne tnaer.inr.
j,a)roiH nnd fiicinlj to call and sse
sold for; and we guarantee all our
Chips Fly where they Will!"
bad debts and propose to rIvc our pttrons
' J. w. MERR1TT.
J. W. MEKKITT. Dlt, J. W. ROBIS60S.
CITi BEUG STOSE
MEBSITT & ROBINSON
Will keep on hand the largest and mc t
couplets assortment of
PURE WINES & LIQUORS,
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.,
To be found in Southern Oregon. Al a
lu I stock ot
FINE CIGARS AND
rpATi mm Tnmn
-l WJLJLiJCL, L C5 Jli X O,
And a great variety of Perfumery, com
mos arxl Toijet Soaps, etc.
t rrescriPMrM mp'iniiT prepared by
Xr. Robinson's office in Drug Sto r.
i CUB STORE!!
lias just opened a fine slock of
His motto is
Quick Sales ami Small Profits'.
And he fceh asured Ihit all wto faror
liim with their pattOTirs Trill he W.in
!id with t pricis and the quality of his
good, lie rtti-ps
HAT? AMI CAPS.
Vnd everything usually fnuntl in a firit
cl.n Gi iteril Merchandise btore.
He will ctTe-hi cuitnmcr the benefit
of thr retluv d freights ranged by the d
vent of the nilro.ul, and VTill not be under
H. A. ItRKNTANO, Manajtr.
riiosnii, iiregon, Keb.2j, 1884
A. S. JoLnscn,Pro.
A the dfiaarid Tfrir trait trees is so
greatiu this valley I haye started a Kur
ry in tbu plaev and will raise nothing
but the fii.t variilirs. TUis ytar I wi 1
e from theWvodlmn JJurM-fy nual
nnd aiso trom the celtbrattd ilnatrda
N'ursery, (akl:iad Cal. TLe followicir
tre some of the leading varieties 1 will
V.. unl L. Crawford's
Brij's Red May.
Oraags U.iag Tel-ow 2tizea.
Lcmca Cli2 and taany more.
I'ettite Prune d'Agen Pench Plum.
It.iliin Prune Tellow Egg.
Oo'de-n Prune Coe's Go den Drop.
UrooHe- Prune Bradthaw.
t C'athriae Prune Japan Plum.
I heiries, Nrctarlne, Apricot, Qiunce,
pplf, Prt-nch (Joobeiry, Orejon hsira.
rairnu ISerries, and all kinds ot ornament
il and shade lr.t'3.
NEW MARKET !
r.yan'j Bni!diii:, 3d St ,
JOHN LYIiH, Prop'r.
Thii market is now fully prepared te
furnish the public with the choicest qnal
PORK, VEAL, MUTTON,
HAM, SALT BACON L MEAT3.
Saussgo, Lard" Etc.
The mostfavorah'ei'ducercents offered
to patrons amino effort will be tpared to
ward giving general satisfaction.
Jackonvi'le. March, 8 1834.
NSW SADESa SHOP.
Thomas J. Bleajiey, Prop.
HAVING OPENED OUT A NEW
saddler shop in Lingcll'i building,
oppoMtc Maumc Hall, I am fully pre
pared to do any work in my line with
promptness and dispatch. Will keep oa
band a good assortment of siddlen, bridle,
harncw, bit, spun, etc. None but tho
best California leather u-el. Job work a
speci tlty and price Jo suit the tirnrs.
tSTUivc nie a trial.
T J. KENNKT.
Limo Fcr Sale.
The undersigned have on hand about
."00 buhtls of superior lime at their Kiln
' n Jargon creek miles trom Jackson
ville winch is offend for sale in quantities-
to buit at the lowest rates
O.Ducklr & Hi Allisox.
For State Senator.
I hereby announce myself as an Inde
pendent candidate for the ofllce of Qtato
enatorfrom Josephine county subject to
the decision of the voters of that county
at tho election to be IipHI June 2d, 188&
DR. D. S. HOLTOIf