The Democratic news. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1869-187?, December 25, 1869, Image 3

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CITY DRUG STORE,
HOLIDAY PARTY
HORNE INFORMS niS FRIENDS ANI)
patrons that he will give a
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MORNING, DEO. ?;», isfly.
-THOMAS BOYCE. S». 30 (Second
floor,) Merchant’s Exchange, California Street,
below Montgomery, is our luly authorized agent
tor San Francisco.
JACKSONVILLE.
rpHE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW RE*
ceiving an extensive supply of goods in
N HAND, AND TO ARRIVE, A COM-
their line of business, consisting in i part
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ZPTTIÒZE
Cook Stoves,
Parlor Stoves,
Box stoves,
Nails of all sizes,
Assorted iron and steel,
Horse shoes and nails.
Cast iron wash kettles,
Bake ovens,
Skillets and lids,
Tea kettles,
Bake pans,
Brass kettles,
Enameled kettels,
GRAND PARTY
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HUD|8Oji
MENET, are our duly author­
ized Agents in the Atlantic States. Office, 41
Park Row, “Times’’ Building, New York.
NEW GOODS.
On New Years Eve, Drugs & Chemicals,
G. W. CANNON, is our authorized Agent
Tor Portland, Oregon.
—AT TIIE—
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE
Religious polire.
HE best’of music in the country has been se­
ctored, and every effort will be made to insure
:Rcv. Mr. Oglesby will preach at the M. E
general enjoyment and comfort. The Proprietor
thanks the public for their past liberal patronage,
«Church, ta-nwrrow, at 11 o’clock, A. M.
and hopes to renew his obligations again during
the coming Holidays.
L. HORNE.
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A M erry C hristmas .—Time, in its rapid I Jacksonville, Dec. 4tli. 1869.
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LADIES AND GENTS
Shoulder-Braces,
“EXCELSIOR”
SPONGES, BRUSHES,
LIVERY STABLE.
School Books,
PLYMALE & MANNING.
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BLANK BOOKS,
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BRICK POMEROY,
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GIANT POWDER,
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HORACE GREELEY,
TOM THUMB,
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and out for $18, and CASSEMERE PANTS from
$5 to $7.
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AN OLD LADY ‘
walked into bis store the other day to see some
alpaca ; on asking the price, she was informed
that it was 30 cents a yard. Throwing back her
head and elevating her specs, she exclaimed :
“ Why, bless my soul, this must be a pawnbro­
ker’s, where they aller’s sell for half price 1”
FOULARD DELAINES. - - 50 eta..
COMMON DELAINES, - - 20 eta.,
MUSLINS, . 121-2 to lS Ct».
TIN, COPPER, & SHEET-IRON
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iJKWELRY STQBEe
A C anine M onster .—We saw, at the
Bella Union Saloon, yesterday, a remarkable
«kg- It is several months ol I, weighs a
pound, and can be put into a pint cup. It
is of the poodle species, with downy hair and
mild blue eyes, and is a mute. The most
singular thing connected with this d*»«* is
that it has no wag to its tail. Ask Breit-
barth.
ND SEE II1S FINE STOCK OF NEW
(¡on Is direct front the manufacturers,
las a One lot o
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HOW TO KEEP
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MONEY AT HOME,
13 UY tho WOOLLEN GOODS manufactured
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PIPE
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TVX a c li I u . o s
Prices from .$2W to $119, cash.
Paints,
. Oils,
Turpentine,
Varnish,
Window Glass,
and Putty.
AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES
, Just from tho Factory.
We invite the attention of Fanners to our
He is agent for the best Rifles and Pistols made,
stock of
among which is the
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MIFI j E.
Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load­
ing.
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troinms s iumk .
U. S. HOTEL.
Accounts, Notes, Bonds, Drafts, and Mercantile
Claims of every description, throughout Oregon
and the Territories, WILL BE MADE A SPE^
CIALTY AND PROMPTLY COLLECTED, as
well as with a due regard to economy in all busi­
ness matters intrusted to his care and thè proceeds
C all I n .—Warm drinks for the boys this paid over puntually. '
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REAL ESTATE DEALER.
A ppi . ¿ gate .—The dance at Benedict’s, on
Applegate, last night, was a pleasant affair,
and well attended.
MORRIS BAUM.
August 28th, 1869.
THE PLACE
To Buy Goods
AMERICAN
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SUBMERGED PUMPS.
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Cheapest!
er’s Drices, with freight added.
LOW RATES.
Oot. 9th, 186».
SHOW GOODS.
of the most approved patterns, and highly
All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and finished ; also Self-Sharpening Straw Cutters
Repairing d«<ne to order at half price.
and Ilay Knives.
Who would respectfully announce to the trade
and public generally, that they are now manufact­
uring and have on hnr.d for sale, a large assortment Corner California & Third Sts..
of BLANKETS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, plain
These pumps have been fully tested, and
Jacksonville, Ogn.
TWILLED and CHECK FFANNELS, AC. AC.
are acknowledged to possess advantages over
of the best quality and at
LOUIS HORNE .... PROPRIETOR. all other pumps in use ; sold at manufactur­
morning at the El Dorado—Proprietor’s treat.
Lunch to-night.
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They have an endlesss variety o( goods, which
they sell in proportion. SILKS and SOAP, LA­
CES and TOBACCO, HATS and CANDLES,
COAL OIL and SUGAR, NAILS and COFFE,
BOOTS and SWISS MULL ; and everything »Is»
! in the Dry Goode, Groceryy and Croekery line.
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j If any man, woman, or child don’t believe the
I above, just call around and see for yeurself; noth­
ing but amusement to
Jacksonville, Ma/’ 13, 1865.
A G rand L unch .—A grand lunch will be
spread at the Railroad Saloon, on Christmas,-
at 8 o’clock, P. M.; also, a lunch will be
given at the same place, at 8 o’clock, P. M.,
job New Year’s Day,
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A New Lot of
A polocxtic .—We are compelled to issue
Office, No. 64 Front Street,
the N ews on brown paper hereafter for the
reason that we have been disappointed iD Adjoining the Telegraph Office, Portland, Oregon.
getting oar newspaper up—which we hope
will be a anti« factory excuse.
Special Collector of Claims,
T able R ock .—Wintjen & Helm® expect
their friends this morning. A “warm” recep­
tion has been proposed.
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N ew S tate .—This morning, oceans of egg-
Orders solicited. A liberal discount made to the
negg will be found at Pape & Savage’s—free trade.
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for ail. To night, in keeping with their old Ashland, Ma/ 1st, 1869.
custom, they will prepare a splendid lunch
for their friends aDd patrons.
WILLIAM DAVIDSON,
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T he I nfectiox .—The scarlet fever has by the
spread rapidly since our last, and seems de­
termined to invade every abode in town, “ROGUE
where there are children. Thus far it has
not been fatal—but two or three deaths hav-
‘ing occurred.
H umorous .—On Thursday night Prof.
Clarkson delivered a humorous lecturo at the
Court House. Hh nudience was large and
his effort quite a success. The Prof, started
yesterday for San Francisco. A host of
friends wish him godspeed !
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Sauce pans,
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Chopping axes,
Broad axes,
All completely played out in Jacksonville, being
Trace and Halter chains,
overslaughed by
Shovels and Tongs,
Fire dogs, ‘
Sluice forks,
MORRIS BAUM,
Shovels,
Door locks,
Butt and strap hinges,
Who can, and will sell goods cheaper than any
Knives and forks,
of them.
Spoons and ladles,
Meat cutters,
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WOMEN STARE,
Sad irons,
Polishing irons,
and think he stole them when he offers hi» beat
Pocket knives.
Scissors and shears,
prints at twelve and a half centa a yard.
Pruning shears and knives,
Putent cross cut saws,
MEN WILL
Buck and hand saws,
l’lunes and lanterns;
scarcely believe it when they hear that BAUM
Together with a general assortment of sells BEAVER SUITS for $26, and really laugh
SHELF HARDWARE.
at the idea of getting a CASSEMERE SUIT out
TOÏLET ARTICLES,
flight, has brought another Christmas. Al­
most 1,870 years ago the birth of Christ
PERFUMERY,
gave origin to the great holiday, which has
«ever since been religiously observed by Chris
linns throughout the world : and is looked
forward to with more eager anticipations, by
ETC., ETC.
the young folks, than any day in the year.
The elapse of a twelvemonth has brought
many sad changes to our community. Fatal
On Oregon street, Jacksonville»
contagions have visited us ; and many friends
AND
—in the bloom of youth, the strength ol
manhood and the decline of life—have passed
from our midst ; many children are even
: now stricken with disease; while there are
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS,
some, who a year ago had all the luxuries of Having just received from San Francisco a fine
life, are now without the necessities. But : stock of
grieve not, for such is life; yet while we
And a large collection of miscellaneous w >rks,
enter into the festivities of the holidays, re­ HARNESS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES comprising
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member the departed, think of the sick, and I
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prepared
to
furnish
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patrons,
and
forget not the poor. Now upon the life b oat
j the pvblic generally, with as
— Hope—let us nil embark ; and, under full i
TRAVELS,
Fu^e and caps,
sail, skim away, and leave the sinking craft—
Blasting and rifle powder,
ROMANCE,
FINE
TURNOUTS
Shot and lead,
Dispair—far behind. A M erry C hristm as
Lift pomps and Lead pipes,
to all.
ns can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle horses
Rope,
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Grindstones,
AND GIFT BOOKS.
W onderful F eat .—This afternoon, at 3
Cider mills,
BOUGHT & SOLI).
o’clock, noar the Court House, a man will
Ce<]ar tubs,
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Y SICIA N$ I’ll ES C R1 PT IO NS an d FAMILY
Cedar buckets,
attempt the feat of picking up 100 potatoes’,
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Horses broke to work single or double. Horses Recipes ouretully compounded. Country orders
Willow baskets, etc.
placed one yard apart in straight line, and I boarded, and the best rare bestowed upon them promptly attended to.
G. W. GRAVES, Agent.
carrying them one at a time, and putting while in our charge.
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them in n basket, p’aced at one end of the line. < rfrOUR TERMS ARK R E A SON A B LE.
Call at J. Neuber’s
The distance run will be about five miles and, A liberal shark of public patronage is solicited.
ware of every description always on hand
l’LYMALE A MANNING.
a half, and the time allowed, 40 minutes.
and made to order. 1 >
Jacksonville, Ogn., Oct. 10.
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SCHUYLER COLFAX,
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LAST CALL.
llllS ESTABLISHMENT IS THE LARGEST
. HOFFMAN & KLIPPEL.
and most commodious hptel in Southern Ofc- •. October 9th, 18G9.
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, and the sleeping
apartments in good order and well ventilated; in
fact, nothing will be found wanting to secure the
omfort of guests. Steady boarders will be accom­
M. SUTTON IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
modated at the most reasonable rates.
• to the public that he has opened a NEW
Attached to the hotel is a fine hall, . x feet, BOOK STORE at the P ost O ffice , on Oregon
with a splendid floor for dancing, which may be Street, where he will for and in consideration of
hired for balls, concerts, parties, or public exhibi- CASH PAID IN HAND, sell his extensive as­
ions, on the mos£ reasonable terms.
sortment of BOOKS and STATIONERY, Toys,
Steges leave this house daily for all parts of the Nic-Nacs, etc., at prices to suit tho times. His
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stock consists in pjirbjof ~
Public patronage is respectfully solicited.
SCHOOL BOOKS,
PAPER,
PENS,
INK,
GOLD PENS,
PASS BOOKS,
HAS
MEMORANDUMS,
BLANK BOOKS,
JUST received a large STOCK of flno
IMITATION TURKEY LEDGERS,
H avana cigars ,
JOURNALS,
RECORDS,
TOBACCO,
DAY-BOOKS,
candies ,
SHEEP DO.,
STATIONERY Ac.
PAPER DO.,
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
Also a large variety of
GIFT BOOKS,
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NEW BOOK STORE.
DEALERS IN
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NEW ARRIVAL!
ANTON ULLMANN
TOYS, <fcO
FANCY, STAPLE & DRY GOODS,
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Clothing,
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Boots & Shoes,
Groceries,
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Liquors,
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Crockery,
Etc., Etc.,
OF THE BEST QUALITY,
AND TIIE
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CHEAPEST Iff THIS COUHTHY!
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LL THOSE -INDEBTED TO THE LATE
•> and numberless other notions not how necessary
firm of Sutton A Stearns, are hereby notified
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oome
forward
and
settle
their
aocounta
by
the
for the ooming Holidays.
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to name. /Call around, and ho will always .en­ (Corner California and Oregon Street»,)
B ella U nion .—The Proprietor will pledge, first day of January cither by cash or note, as the
deavor to have something new to show you.
books MUST BE CLOSED UP.
JPlease give him a call. Next door to GLENN
Special attentiou given to the NEWS BUS-
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
his numerous friends with a glass of “steam*
J. M. SUTTON.
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^Qy pBper ordered on the shortest no- J
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Dao. 4th, 1869.
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DRUM A Co.
¡ng hot” this morning. Cull around.
May 1st, 1S69.
tice.
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