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About The Democratic news. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1869-187? | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1869)
Or ñirmoiTiitic ¿ih'ivíi,
SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 1st, 1869.
and Departure of the Mails.
Stage North, Arrives daily 0 o’clock
Departs •• 10J
Stage South, Arrives “ 10
Departs “ 1(,J
Kerby Stage, arrives Wednesday and Saturday 4
o’clock P, M. depart« Monday and Thursduy 6
o’e!*»ck A. M.
Iler. M. A. Will* unis will preach in the
Methodist Church this evening, also to mor-
rw morning at 11 o clock ; alter SCITIIOI’.,
Comm union services will be held.
D eserving of P atronage .— Every person
who desires to see this portion of the State
prosper should be willing to contribute his
support, let it be ever so little, toward the
accomplishment of that end.
Everv year thousamls of dollars are taken
from onr mines, am! a large portion ot it sent
to San Francis»' >. and invested in woolen
goods ol all kinds, to be worn out in this
community. The Hogue River Woolen Man
propose to supply this de-
mum! and retain that large amount of Capital
among us. Their machinery is entirely i»» w
<>f die latest improved pattern, ami their
manufactured cloths, far surpass as r-gards
durability, import?»! e'.
can purc'iase these artie.
»•an eastern make of gm
ing dies»* cloths, create
their wool, ami save the
W»‘ commeu I thes • th u r’.ts t" vour serious
JAS. T. GLENN.
JOHN S. DRUM,
LIVERY £ SALE STABLE
LOW PRICES WILL Will.
nm*f traveled Str»* 'ts.
We feel plea f.l to notice tln^c improve
ments a« reg ir 1« th»* r»>:i !< an 1 utrects, a«
h i g tha' ten t > fae’litatc the free and
n ! our pc<*j> <‘, is commenila-
com ea - V 1
t the Lie.
11. Gr. iHima i of this p'ac»'.
• bo of jri'at ailvantage to
i v»o-vim*:i. in this t’nunty, ot
Tn? obi»'»-t of the inven
th»1 tiros t<> t'.p fellies ami at
. r islier A tiro, ¡ire »e I
•e recommend th •*<• desire
■ ‘ s
line, to give diem a rail—
»nt! h’ V -i
I y. that they are bound t •
anv bouse in town.
t • preveii’
GÏ5TS’ CLGTHIKG & FïïâHïSHIÎTG GOODS
rumored i n
the st rec*
a j ont stC f!i
company, is about to I
ze<l for i I.V
purpose of bui! iing a Grist Mil!, ar this plat e
to le prnellod by steam. We hope t )c
report is true, for -neli an institution is bad V
needed. Jacksonville is the grand marked
for Southern Oregon, and where farmers ca n
dispose of their grain is the place in an »
•community to l.nil»l Grist Mills.
Renorh-d and corre -ted weekly fir the l>ruocn vne
* a il deniers
Nw « b V Sack
in D V' * <s,
Corner California K Third Sts..
which turns the 7iorror«of washing day into frolic
and fun. We cannot tell everything we have in
one small page. If you want anything call in and
get it; or if you should chance to have an extra
quarter call in and wo will show you bow to
Jacksonville, Dec. 12th, 1868.
conic and see for
on n.ind a t »rire .•i<<nrtin».nt of
••lie«. I’r »i i«i>»n«. Li»|tn>r.« and T<>t>ne<.<>.
Call at J. Neuber’s
JEWELO STORIÒ HOW TO KEEP
( i r<»-
ND SEE HIS FINE STOCK OF NEW
Goods direct from the manufacturers.
He has a line lot o
Sowing; 7VE ncli i no
Prices from $20 to $110, cash.
Window Class. Vails, Iron and
Steel, Cast anil Steel Plows
Wooden and Willow
Ware. Etc., Etc.
CHEAP FOR (’ASH
Srr.rxnti» —L. Horn»*, l’ropr ¡» tor of the
I’. S. Hotel, is lining a splendid busillis.«,
IL* spreads hi* tabb*. with tl.e b»‘st the mar
kvt alFirils. and is always around, ri adv to
ittoi.J to the wants of his costumers, He
gives a pat ty. M »¡»»lav evening, M iv 3rd—
|'.»'i< l hi* mlvertisoment in another c »Innin.
PENCILS, RULERS, PORCELAIN TOYS
VASELA STATUETTS, ALBUMS, GIFT
BOOKS, AND BOOKS TO KEEP, SASA-
FRASS BARK, BLUESTONE, SPONGES,
U. S. HOTEL.
S emi ix Vol a N \u
great ninny extra paper
srr»>un 1 inni «ec wo ni l ’tow you our
ent friend'» thr»'iigl'.. u■ 1
town an i < t> uutrv. pok' « d tving oat of t ie hub. so common in
with pleasure, mid eil y.ni I lie same.
Th -e wishing ♦ • subs<
e will pica so em’ drv i-ot;n r
Tin' Dr. i' pro -tireing t'o* necessary papers
in their names at once, as we are au> ious t'
I »r obtaining a patent.
know what stock of oarer ae will nee«'..
C ax ’ r UE Si i;r « — c m .— Ma 1 tut Gift y
keeps the Frauen American R ■«'au au
til*- earner <»i M un v d
U line article < f win»* ma le ¡r ¡n
gimwn on the < ¡I ».f Franc»1.
c»»uiitrv, and her dinners a< regards
varic’v of viands ure not surp iss- d in Dr'g <11.
Sac is intel’. ig»‘nt. ei. crtaoiing itid accoim da-
ting, ami det' rve- pair »nage.
l’ou will find among other miscellaneous good«
And thousand« of other articles
to numerous to
l'f i:s xai ..—(’! ai h's W. Savage, Assis ant
I’. S I iternal lb-venno .\s»es. ir, Ç>r thi«
iist'-:.-t. re'urnc I -, »•-•■•xla’- from a trip
'hroiigh .Lisephini'county, on busuo'eS con-
nei'tC'l with hi* oHice.
H > reports dnl! ti;n» s at present, tlir il/l>
untv. th» ugh th»* p.*'.p'e generally
me hootdul ■»! I» ‘Her «lavs t > conn*.
Comstock A Cawley.
AM KINDS OF GIATSA Bi)YS’H ATS
die tires expand
DRUGS A PATENT MEDICINES,
BOOKS A STATIONERY, PAINTS
A OIL<, COOKING EXTRACTS,
FANCf SOAPS, PERFUMERIES,
SPICES, Etc. Etc. Etc. -
-IV; s.-nJ < tit n •ng. ar.'l ft o iel'B's e'htra'-liog imlopeiuLint
his week t ) difF-r. »f ea -li otbe-. and t'n ri bv preventing the
ws <>f this ’
•ry thing I >;
> ap k< pc up »
■I to tiieef at
.Muy Bnl. i
Stock of goods ever brought to Jacksonville, con
sisting in general of
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
HUHS E.-TABIJ31LMENT IS THE LARGEST
L ami ino.'t commodious hotel in Southern Ore
gon, and has recently been refinished and reap
pointed. It is now open for the accommodation of
the traveling public.
The table will always be found well supplied
with the delicacies of the season, ¡»ml the sleeping
apartments in good onler ami well ventilated ; in
W k have also in connection with the above a verj* I fact, nothing will be found wanting to secure the
Large and Extensive Stock of Choice
omfort ot guests. Stea»ly boarders will be accom
modated at the most reasonable rates.
Attached to the hotel is a fine ball, x feet,
with a »plendid floor for dancing, which may he
‘aired tor balls, concerts, parties, or publie exhibi-
:» n«, on the most reasonable terms.
Singes leave this Louse daily fur all parts of the
Public patronago is respccifully solicited.
I x' t x I 'X . — M »» hare been
: a »¡ '-»¿ii for fastening
• «.>< n 1 w i -on wheels, in
CITY DRUG STORE
.STAPLE DRY GOODS
■ \ ■
rilHE UNDERSIGNED WOKLI) RESPECT-» And «ce the Novelties, Just Opened
1 Hilly inform their friends and lhe public gen I
- - - THE - - -
erally bat they have purchased the above estab
lishment of Mr. Augustus Taylor, which will be
: hencetbrwiiril conducted under onr constant per
sonal supervision, and our extensive experience in
l this line warrant us in guaranteeing satisfaction to
■yOU WILL FIND JUST THE THING THAT
i all who may favor us with their patronage.
These stables are centrally located, and within L will suit you, especially if you are a little under
i c»<nv».'iiitnt distance of the various houses of public the weather, or some other malady pervades your,
vutcrtaii'iiicnt. Horses or mules will be boarded system. Walk right in and see the most
mul cared for, by the day or week, at moderate
charges. We have the largest stock in Oregon,
soe'h of Portland, of
with single or double teams, for hire on reason
able terms ; also,
HOUSES & MULES,
generally tnat they are now receiving and opening
Which will be hired to go to any part of
a very large and extensive stock of
,‘he country at moderate rates.
Animals bougLt and sold, un»l horses broke to
saddle or harness.
NAMED FIRM TAKE PLE AS-
IÎVEIIYB ûd Y I S IlUSllRG T HE ure ABOVE
in notifying their friend.« and the public-
i t*o*i-i lerat ion.
N ew Goon*. — Rea»i Sachs Bro.’« new ad
1 iti'it it mexts .—We notice m>twitlmtnnd!ng
vertisement, in todays issue: they claim t •
li.ive the only new
nents lieing ma le which greatly benir nes
are selling them al greatly icdueed rates.
the nppearance id' ««tir village. «1. D. »av
J t <r A mu v eii .—Anton 1 liman, advertises
TKMl’LH OF FASHION,
im! Ex Sheriff Owens, have built a line picket
a new Stock of Cigars, Tobacco, Candies.
fence in front of their resiliences on ('alifarnin
A N i>
CALIFORNIA AND SALEM
Nuts and Stationery, just re» eived from
street ...('. C. Beckman is having his B.ink >
Fr.mciaeo. Anton is a nice boy—patronize
ing 11 'ii*e painted ami mad 1 to look like U
ABORTÌ! ENT <»r
OSEE THEIR Fl NW
new Luilding....... James T. Glenn has been NEW SPRING and SUMMER GOODS which
tall: making improvements in front of the old City they Inivejii-t received direct fr»»m ¿an Francisco,
best Hoti ! on Oregon street. Th»»«»* rough chip consisting of
ar<* trap board«, have been taken up and bawled
LADIES’ A CHILDRENS’ HATS,
off, ami the sid<* walk pivd with brick.......
i : tc ., etc .
Street Commissioner. Phelv, is do:ng excel I
— \T.SO —
lent work on the roads leading t»> an 1 iro n
are town, a« well as gradirg am! gravelling the LADIZS’di CHtLDREIffS’SHOES I
and Childrens’ Shoes.
H ii . i . or Si tr.xt e .—Miss 1 la B a
weneed last Monday morning, to a
pupil- of School District. No. 1.3.
steep and rugged hill of Science,
be successful ; her vocation is a nob
Corner California and Fourth St«.
10,000 LIVES LSOT
MONEY AT HOME,
A New Lot of
A M I : n 1 c A N L E V E R W A T C II 1 S
Just fromlhe Factory.
l^UY the WOOLLEN GOODS, manufactured
-ROGUE RIVER VALLEY-
WOOLLEN MWCmi C3,
We are ready to sell anything in our lino at
lie is agent for thexbc.«t Rifles an»l Pistols made,
lowest cash price. Persons wishing to buy
among which is the
Who would respectfully announce to the trade
will find it greatly to their advantage to examine
TI E MIT Y IT I FI j E.
mtr sti ck before purchasing elsewhere, as we are
and public generally, that they are now manufact
determined not to be undersold by any house in Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load uring and have'on Fund for sale, a large assortment
of BLANKETS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, plain
r<"t'Give us a call, and then jmlge for your-1
All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and TWILLED and CHECK FFANNELS, AC. AC.
«elf a#’ to our capacity to furnish goods a.« above. Repairing done to order at half price.
of the best quality and at
Jacksonville, May 13, 1865.
GLENN, DRUM «ICO.
Orders solicited. A liberal discount ufade to th«,
Ashland, Jan. 30th, 1869.
To Buy Goods
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED
A the stock of Henry Judge will continue the
business at the old stand on California Street, wliero
he will provide customers with all articles ia
his line, at reduced prices.
Jacksonville Market Prices,
<; roci : rif . s
M ay P arty .— l he Sabbath S ehool children
as well as tin «e attending tie D strict School
hold an old fu-honed May day pK'-nic in By.
bee’s Grove Monday.
Many time« have
we when a b»*y a*«i«te»i in erecting a May.
pole, decorated it with evergreen*, and scat
tered sweet fragrant fl w ers, on the lawn on I
•which the tiny feet of the May Queen trod.
Let every mother take her little ones into I
the grove, where they can participate
in the various spurts and pleasures that await1
J a pan
A large assortment of Concord Collars and liar-
incss: in fact every article known to th« Saddle
T REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH. TEN ' unJ Harness trade.
percent, discount will bo made on all kinls ol ' Carriftge trimmings on hand, and Carriage,
wmk win re i.ish is paid.,
trimmod to order, with neatness and dispatch.
March 2S 1S6S.
FANCY, STAPLE & DIH GOO'S,
Buggy and Wagon Harness;
Whip« and Whip Lashes;
Saddles, Bridles and Halters;
Cinches, Spurs &c., &c.
BOUND TO WORK ACCORDING TO
-Y» 100 lb....
r, <H>(y,7 i»u
J l)H(<i 6 00
26 (d 25 I
Boots & Shoe
Q uartz P rospectix «.—O.viugti the fail- < IXRMAN
ajreof our placer mines, this tei.son from
want o! water, miners :.re now Legining to
turn their attention to xpmrtz, a branch of II IMS "fl lb
B a cox '
prospecting, yet in its infancy, and But poorly
L a ki >
under-toi i! in S<uthern Greg'dt. There has Br TTF.n
been capital enough already worse than E g is ’r>
-wnsted by various companies, through mis
»nanagement ai.d injixlieious expenditure of
labor, to have fully teste»! ten or twelve of
our best leads ; ami that there are a number
of good paying ledges within this county, no
one possessed of a tlmr< ugh knowlelge of ■ 1‘OTA TOES "p III
qu irtz mining will be so f iolish us io doubt. Oxio: is
The Timber guleli lead is now furnishing B eax s
lhe most flattering prospects, simply la’cause
its owners are applying the true test, as prov
en l»y all reliable experience—tuat of goiny
down on the lead.
I). C. MILLER
FISHER & BRO.’S
17ft 20 1
BOUND TO 1)0
The best stock of guns, patent and hotn«-tna»l»
| rifles an<l shot guns, single and double; revolvers
Corner of California and Third St.,
| of the latest patents; pocket pistols, neat, »mull
and powerful; deringers, the latest and best. All
these good» warranted.
rpilis OLD AND FAVORITE STAND HAsj A180
A been entirely r.lifted, and will be, ns it always ¡flaske; all sorts of shot an»l shot-pouches; cap»,
has been, one ot t'. e first c'.iss saloons in this State. i wads, and «verything in the sportsman’s line, sold
■ at reasonable rates.
Particular care Las been t;.ken in
Repairing cheaply an»l promptly execute»l; and
whoever doubts these worls need only call upon ’
In The Selection of Stock!
MILLER. & RYAN.
and we can sty without egotism, that our stock of
Liquors and Cigars
Jacksonville, Oregon, August 29th.
CA NXO T BE SURPASSED
OF THE BEST QUALITY
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY !
are entirely new, and of the latest improved pattern
FISIIER «Si BRO.’S,
(Corner California and Oregon Street«,)
PFEIL’S GANG PLOW.
On Oregon street, Jacksonville«
Jacksonville, Dec. 28, 1S67
May 1st, i860.
by any house on the Pacific coast. We invite the
pub’ic to call and examine for themselves.
No expense lins been omitted to make the NEW
STATE one of the most desirable resorts ia the
PLYMALE & MANNING
Having just received from San l rancisoo a fin«
<te Scientific prospectors abroad, will hardly
HARNESS, BUGGIES 1 CARRIAGES
credit the assertion, that Gold Hill—fabu-
I have purchased the patent right of the celebra
ted Pfeil’s Gang Plow, and am now prepared to fill) yy0 are now prepared to furnish our patron«, and
Jouslj’ and unprecedentedly rich as it was—
orders for the same; and will guarantee that this I th0 pvhlie generally, with as
was never sank on to a depth exceeding 50 I
feet. The proprietors now ofier one half the
T1 HE undersigned hereby informs the public)
as can be had on the Pacific CoMt. Saddle horses
DO BETTER WORK WITH LESS POWER,
lead to any person or company, that will putj J" UST receive»! a large STOCK of tino
he will givo a party at Rock Point, on
hired to go to any part of the country. Animals
MONDAY, MAY 3rd.
a shaft down 200 feet on the same. A better I
| THURSDAY, MAY' 6th, 1869, at which time and
BOUGHT & SOLD.
and give more satisfaction than any yet offered to1
HA YANA CIGARS,
• chance to make a big strike, it appears to us.’
place he hope» to »ce all his friends and acquain-
the farmers of Southern Oregon. Plows
I Horse» broke to work single or double. Horm
HE undertigned proprietor hereby gives ; tances.
could not be offered.
boarded, and the best care bestowed upon them
notice that he will give a GRAND MAY’-DAY’ I
Accommodations will be of the first order, and
The Fowler lead, at Steamboat City, has
WARRANTED IN EVERY RESPECT!
' BALL, on the evening of tho 3d of May next, at
j while in our charge.
which time he hopes to renew the acquaintance of ' the proprietor flatters himself that entire satisfac
paid big dividends in the past, and would
^0-OUR TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
all his old patrons, and form that of many new tion will be given.
All kinds of Blacksmithing done at 10 per
tlikely do so again if properly worked. The
! ones. A cordial invitation ia extended to all.
A liberal share of publio ’patronage ia solicited.
cent, discount, for CASH.
Everything that will add to the comfort and
Devauport, Hicks aud the Blackwell, ditto.
Good music secured for tho occasion.
enjoyment, of the guests will be provided,
PLYMALE A MANNING.
So let prospecting be pushed with vigor the
L. J. WHITE, Prorictor.
lease gjve him a call. Next door to GLENN,
LOUIS HORNE, Proprietor,
Jacksonville, Ogn., Oct. It.’
DRUM ,t Co.
Jacksonville, May 1st, 1869.
Jackeonville, Ogn. Oct. 10, 1S6?.
•coming sum mcr.
Roek Point, May 1st, 1869.
U. S. HOTEL,