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About The Douglas independent. (Roseburg, Or.) 187?-1885 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1878)
Thb IwnKPRSDENT Thebe t newspaper
ever published in Douglas county.
f-UMPQCTA CHAPTER NO. 11. K.
fv&,-i A. M., hftld Tejrular commnnica-
tiona every first and third Tuesday
n each month All members in pkm!
tandlnjj will take dae and timely notice
ad govern themselves acoordinjjly. Visit
Ml? companions are invited to mrvt with
4e Chapter when convenient- :
a hsrmann.il p.
W. L Friedlanoeb, Sec'y. 1
A LAUREL "LODGE A. P. and A. M
y ' holds rejjnlar meetings on or before
eaca rail mooa,
A. JONES, W. M.
JL.1F Cakfbkll, Secy.
Lodge, q. 8, I O. O.
7 -meets on Saturday evening, of each
;vreefc at 7 o'cloek. in their hall at Rose
bars?. Members of I he order in good stand
ing are invited to attend. By order of the N-
AVeather Sunshine and rain.
Fined Lots of new goods on hand.
I. h. K. Brick, was in the city mntly,
Fanner hare not sold all -their grain as
commencing plowing for
Button, of the Metropolitan, has gone to
thf-State Fait. - , ,
An Indim Council is to be held at the
.Jowphson's store presents a most at
The amomt of grain at the depot warehouse-
The are one hundred ad ten students
, attending Ashland Academy.
Th city treasure ww flooded with 25
$ent pieces last Monday
! The Yreke Fair, California, has been
ilield, and had a larg- attendance.
Jackum county has 4 295 horses, lf,D30
cattle, 41.790 slieep and 11,950 hogs.
Mis Maria Solter.the Scandinavian leo
.tareHS, was In the city last Thursday.
Un'eos Cohen moves the ceiling of bis
.store he cannot get any more new good
n. V ,.
King is making r good job an the stairs
leading to the second floor of Marks & Co's,
D, and H Irving, S. B .Crow, and M.
Black wy, of Canyonville, were in the city
l.flVttiii .KAMI ta at.l t tt.tiA .MtoJ aAT
a large proportion of the prizes at the
Treka Fair. .. .;
Work on ttm Canal and Locks at tlie
' Cascades, Columbia river, is soon to be
icveral rather severe thrusts from the
. shoulder were in order during the week
Xi harm done. ';:.
Every one will
' Sullivan, the actor,
In the city soon.
remember Arthur C.
lie is expected to be
The German bondholders voted to ex
tend the Went Side Railroad Gifty miles
south of St. Joe. ;
Wonder what Brother Byars intends to
do, with the skelton of that coyote he dis-
ii. M. Nickerson lias been appointed In
.dian Agent at the Klamath, agency in the
place of J. H. Rooik.
Mr. Tanies Wright returned this week
- from Jacksonville where he had been with
load oi Chinamen.
Bishlp Wrightman, of the M. E. Church
South, showed himself to be an able
and sr. earnest worker, v
General E. L. Applegate intends to be a
.citizen of Albany, where he will edit a
I The brick work of the second story of
Marks s Co's. new brick building is rap
idly nearing completion.
Abraham and Levens have let the con
tract for digging three miles of the Apple
glc ditch to Mr. Healey.
Great Quantities of wheat are being roll
eVaway to the markets. The freights are
making regular trips ou the road.
We regret to learn that Mrs. Judge
Prim suHtained considerable injuries by
being thrown from a horse recently.
The "Valley Fountain" will be the name
of a new temperance paper soon to be is-
Saed at McMinnville by J. C. Cooper,
tab Ashland Woolen Mills had a good
.diiplav of fine fabric at the Treks Fair
which attracted considerable attention.
The panorama owned by Messrs. Kreps
& Bell, passed through Myrtle creek and
Canyonvile this week,. It is report ea to be
J. Brandt. Jr.. Supeiintendent ol the
railroad, came up last Tuesday. He is
. careful that the road is kept in good con
The city election passed off very quietly,
. and those whom the people have honored
wear their honors with becoming grace
The Congress men chosen this fall num
two hundre I an d twenty-elir! t and mav
obange the political complexion of affairs
Maj.ir Disoaway, the editor of the Pen
dletou Independent, died on Thursday of
Jast weeK. tie is mentioned as an agree
ble gentleman. t
Prof. J". M. Heard, our estaemed County
School uierintendent, enme up on th
'trainNVednesday and returned to Oakland
the neit morning. ,
U. H. Hazar.I, our efficient prosecuting
jattorney. is in the city. - He comes to at
tend the Circuit Court in this city which
.convenes on the Slsu
Brother Byars while out surveying ri
cently discovered the sheleton of . a eayote
jind with, zoological sagacity pronounced it
that a human being.
It is reported that a combination of cin
nabar mine owners has been,. formed in Cal
iforoia an! iLat qu'cimllver will soon go up
Ao one dollar per pound.
Every body goes to Farquar's new res-
tauram because 1 is neat and attractive,
and beViUHe everything in the line of can
dies, nut, etc., can be bad.
The Texas Blackland Plows. Collin
Csst Steel Rock Island"Clipper" and Black
liawfc flows are the best la tue wona
, For sale by Sheridan Bros.
If you want any boot blacking or ladies'
and children's jet tine call on the Lan gen-
berg Brothers. Tbey Have everytbing in
this line and of the best quality.
Father Wilbur, of Yakima, has fully
fettled his accounts with the government
and will immediately resume his duties at
tbe post lie lias occupied so long.
The Browne Sulky Plow is ighter.
; Stronger, mote easily managed and does
better work than uny other plow iu the
market. The sale of this sulky has been
IQprmous, Sheridan Bros, are agent.
: The contract of the Oregon and Califor
nia Siage Company has been extended to
the 13th of this month, when .Williams it
Is supposed, will take charge.
Brother Moeher presents a rather gro
tesque appearance as an advocate against
personal journalism after publishing
"Taxpayer's" aeurility. Consistency etc.
Senator Colvlg, of this county, is recover
ing from a severe attack of Tpnhold fever.
Mr. Colvlg is an energetic man and it is
hoped will soon be able to resume his du
W. R. Wells, of Ten Mile, was in the
city last Tuesday. He was on his way to
lie State Fair, and to purchase supplies
'or his stores at Looking Glass and Ten
The M . E. Clmrch South have been
holding their Conference in the city during
the week. The ministers present showtd
themselves to be an int-lligenl nnd ener
Married, at the residence of the bride's
father, in Fair Oaks, October 6th, bv J. A.
Hunt, J, A. Hunt. J P., Thomas M. Hum
phreys to Miss Alice Smith, all of Don
Two hundred dollars were contributed
to liquidate tbe Indebtedness of the M. E.
Church Souih last Sunday. Bishop Wright
man preached a powerful sermon at tbe
Court house that day. "
The Chinamen of Portland making ore
parations for a srrand funeral purchased a
rtieep. immersed it in boiling water and
stripped the wool from the body before the
torture produced deatb.
The charts and reports of surveys o.der-
ed by act of June 18, 1878. at the follow
ing places have been completed and for
warded to Washington: P.irt Orford, Co
qui He. river. Coos Bay, Alsea river and
aq Font wet her.
Bev. P. 8. Knight, of Salem, delivered
his lecture on' the Future Northwest to a
large audience at that place. The Salem
paper say the lecture was a magnificent
effort. As he expects to deliver his lecture
in different portions of the .State we hope
he will pay Jur city a visit.
LIST OF LETTERS.
Following is a list of the letters remain
ing in the Reseburg Postoffice :
Mr Barnes, M Chuchill J Cappel.Ella
Davis, B Eaton. M J Edsol, L E Fates. B
Hacke.lt, M Jones, Mtsas Jeneie Marty,
Sarah Roten 2, atharine VVillsee.
P B Prines, Frank Armstrong, Thomas
Atteberry Franklin Barges, W. S Butter,
James Barley. J W Cox, M D Clark, J
Card w-11. Chas Cone, Edward Est as, tt W
Doniy. H A Dun ton 3, John Treason John
F Clelt, John freen Jas Gregg, W Jordan.
Chas Lawrence, Johu A Miller. O Porter, S
J Payne, R R Kockester, John H Rvan. R
R . Rnmnnngton, John Stephenson, A
It Monday the electors ef the city of
Roseburg. chose for officers the following
gentlemeu: Trustees, G. ofge Waynes. L.
Langenberg, Thomas Farquar, Virgil
Conn and George A Beath For Recorder,
J. S. Fitshugh, and Trreasurer, George VV.
Kimball. It will be seen that every mem
ber of the former Board whom this paper
endorsed were re-elected. The Board is
composed of men who will guard well all
city interests and who will see that im
provements keep pace with the times. Tne
Recorder and Treasurer are both gentle,
men of experience and it is doubtfni if
better eelec'ions could have been made
We almost forgot to mention the marshal,
to which office Mr. Beard was elected. This
gentleman is full? competent and will
perform the duities of this office in an ac
A Rich Treat.
We take great pleasure in announcing
that the old favorites Dunham and Nuteen,
will soon visit nr city with, a brst-class
dramatic and variety company. Johnny
Nutsen already celebrated as a female per
sonator, will appear in a round of favorite
characters, and will personate the great
character of Camille, something sever be
fore attempted br any actor. To insure
the complete success of the company, and
to make it without doubt the strongest or
ganization on the Road, Dunham and Nut
sen have carefully selected tl.eir conip ny
from the best talent in Portland, principal
of whom s that sterling actor and geniai
gentleman, Arthur C. Sutherland, already
a great favorite here as he is everywhere
he appears. The balance of the company
are artists of the finest kind. Look out
for their bills and when they come give
them a rousing house.
Wanted His Money.
One day this week we were accosted by
a rather old looking man, thus, "Do you
know about the San Francisco banks t
I have some rrioney in one of. them and am
anxious to know about it." After an
swering in the negative the old fellow was
not satiefied. He said he had a thousand
dollars in the Masonic bank of t-an Fran.
Cisco, but he failed to shew a certificate ot
deposit and we concluded be was attempt
ing a famous dodge to obtain mon y. Un
f rtunately U t him he had dropped on a
"Moneyless Man." :
Last Saturday W. C. Myers, arrived n
this city with bis stock on his way to the
State Fair. , Anion ir the fine stock lie had
with him were (leu. Fluery, Hortense and
foal, Arabia Boy and the SbetTands. The
Arabia Boy fulfils the predictions made of
him when a colt that he would make one
of th finest horses in the country. The
little Shetlan 's attracted considerable at
tention. There will diub;less be a fine
display of blooded stock of all kinds at the
Horses Ran Over.
Last Monday norning as the northern
bound train was approaching Lake LaBsih
bridge, the engineer saw two horses on
the track, but seeing it impossible te
check the train in time to prevent sinking
them, dashed on them at full speed in or
der to keep the train from being thrown
from tbe track. One ol the animals was
kill outright and the other badly mangled.
Fire at the Monumental Mines.
: tue Monumental mines oca lea in easi-
ern Oregon, recently suffered irom a con
siderable fire. The tunnel house and other
propety destroyed b :fore the flames could
be subdued. -
Peter Kearns, the retiring City Marshal,
daring his term of office, has shown him
self an efficient officer. While we regret
the city loses his services we are confident
Mr, Beard wilt give general satisfaction
AN OLD SETTLER.
An Agreeable And Enterprising Pio-
neer uoe to me f jut iu xujt
Last Tuesday we had the pleaure meet
ing with Mr. Sam Dement.an old pioneer of
Coos county. This gentleman was the first
settler on the waters of the Coquille, and
has been engaged principally in the stock
raising business, in v hich he has been
very successful. He has gone to attend
the State Fair, and while below intends to
purchase a lot of fine blooded stock. - Mr.
Dement is just tbe man to improve and
enrich the country. The roads about his
place are in excellent condition aud shows
Mr. Dement to.be a man of thrift and en
He is familiar with the stiring scenes of
early times, and in listening to his conver
sation one becomes intensely interested.
M. Dement is certainly a valuable citizen
to Cons county.
Walter E. McClelland died at his home
in Roseburg, October 9, 1878. Wallie, as
he was familiarly known, had endeared
himself to his large circle of friends, by
his J leanant ways, noble principle aud
strict integrity. No word has been spoken
against our friend Wallie, and in his death
he has left a ad vacancy that no one else
can supply. In his social life he always
displayed that genial spirit which loves to
make others happy and cheerful. In his
business relations, he s'ood high, and al
though frequently entrusted with great.
responsibility, he always acquitted him
self with the highest honors.. His employ
er frequently consulted him about impor
tant business matters, and had great faith
in Wal ie's judgment. No one can go into
Josephson's store without missing his
cheertul smile and pleasant word.
The quotation, "Death Loves a Shining
Mark," it forcibly illustrated in the death
of Walter E. McClellan. He needs to
sounding epitaph air polished matb'e to
keep bright his memory all we can say
can avail nothing only .perhaps, to brighten
V. at c'.iain whic i still holds his memory to
friends on earth. Marble will crumble and
brass corrode, Wally will be remembered
long alter time has smoothed down and
oblitered tLe little mound beneath which
he now rests.
At 2 o'clock the sad, solemn funeral cere
monies took . place, under the conduct of
Itevs. Bell and Howard.; As; the proces
sion passed through the streets in token of
respect for the deceased business oum
were closed and all who could followed
the remains to their resting place in the
Mason c burial ground.
H. W. Churchill and G. M. Armstrong
took tneir departure to-day for Coos Bay
on a tour to - look after the curiosities of
art and nature.
Nothing ot importance has happened
to-day except there is good prospects of
tbe rain stopping.
Charles Baird and family have just ar
rived from Tennessee, and intend to locate
here if they find this country suitable to
their taste. We welcome you most hearti
ly to this "New Land of Ours," and wish
you' all the success that can possibly at
On Wednesday there was a quilting at
the residence oi Mr. Lyfield. I also learn
that one was given at Mr. Gemond's on
Hubbard Creek. Both were largely at
tended, ; Why not have more and be more
- Mr. George Shambrook, one of he most
prominent farmers of this place, came very
near loseing a Bne lot of good clean wheat
by fire. The grain was Still in the field
where it was threshed, and during the rain
straw was Bet on fLe, thinking there was
no danger of the Basks being burned as
they were quite i ways from the straw.
The fire lingered along until the rain had
ceased and the sun came out and it began
to boom up, but was not noticed uptil it
had caught on to the straw tbe sacks
were covered with. Mr. Eastra Faroes-
worth and Wni. Finely were just parsing
by at.d noticed the fire had caught Ou
the sacks and after running to tbe lire and
throwing the sacks out frjra th. flamts
they succeeded in saving most all of the
train. There were about two hundred
bushels of some of the choiest raised in
Grain hauling ha recommenced as the
roads have got in excellent condition, but
most all are done hauling and swinging
the plow around preparing for .he crop of
79, which will far exceed this year's as
most all the eround will be plowed twice
and put in better very way.
Ye golden apple is being gathered and
put in boxes for use in old winter which is
fast approaching. The apple crop was
about an average, but the peach plum and
pear crop were very near a failure owing
to those heavy frosts we had in the spring.
Last Eriday Mr. A. E. Cay ton passed
through on his way to the Willame'te.
where he intends to visit his relations aud
friends and the Fair also. -1
Harbor Stanley is moving on to the
place owned by Mr. Williams' which he
has rented this year. 1 understand he pays
$850 cash rent, which is undoultedlya
large sum for that place.
Wm. Finley has rented Mr. Fames
worth's f lace, and H. E. Te Witt has ren
ted the Hum place.
In my last items I made a mistake in re
gard to Mr. Swick preaching at tbe school
house by being wrongly informed. I unj
demand that he had the weather being
bad postponed his preaching until the
third Sunday of this month.
Fnneral of Vinnie Floed. .
Friday evening, October 4th,
the remains of Vinnie Floed
were biooght to this cit7. The
next day the body was taken to
St. Stephens I hnrch, and after
appropriate ceremonies, wag tak'
en to the Catholic Cemetery. The
solemn services were conducted
by Rev. Father Ueiurich.
Marks St Co. have been receiving new
goods all week. Their counters are; eon
stsntlv lined with customers.
'rom Mr. James Sterling, one of Drains'
euSZgetic citizens, we obtain the fol
low items: J . v v.
A new hotel has bern opened at Drain
by William Boots. Mr. Boots is a man
whom the r ublicwill patronize.
w iiiam A. reruns is now manager
W. TJ. ; Telegraph office, vice James A.
The saw mill of Mr. C. L. Calvins, is
in course of erection two miles beltw
Drain. This mill has the finest water
power in the State. -
Business at Drain is quiet and prosper
ous. People are satisfied to let well enough
alone and are hopeful lor the future. This
place gives evidence of increasing pros
perity, and with such menasDiain. Puts
man, Sterling and others, is sure to grow
TOWN AND COUNTY.
Peter Kearns has gone to : the
vv atts bill to lease the insaue
asylum has beep defeated.
A number ot our citizen a have
gone to attend the State Fuir.
Miss Maria Solter, the Sc. u
tlanavian, lectured last night. :
The O-o'.Fino 1111. Portland,
was consumed by tire iasc Tues
day. A new turn-table is being con
structttd for the railroad company,
at the dejmt.
Rev. Bell reports one hundred
and -even ty-five conversions iu
h'u d'btiict Irtit year.
J. K. Dodge, of '(alxpooia, had
mie of hi arm broken by the
upsetting of his wagon.
The re-app'tintmetit ot lie v.
Bell to this distiict is received
with'ratiticati 'ii by the people.
lion. A. F. Campbell hm in
troduced a bill L-oiiftitutiri Kose-
btirj a roal district tar the in
iiubitautH. J. .VI. Hower ha retired from
the Piaixdeaier. Under him
th;it paper watt better lh ui it had
ever beei before.
Fred Fioed, who ha boetr aT-
tetitli ig the Wahitiioii and Lee
Univer.-itt, Va., returned 'home
Friday, October 4th.
Wrwt is the dilloreiice between
the earth aud Fin it & (Jrisdale?
None whatever, ,A three being
flattened tit the polls. Monday.
Fink& Grisdale httve publish
ed a statement in the Star. There
are several important items they
failed to give in their report, but
of course they are not expected to
give both sides. We do not
think any of the candidates have
a better right to growl than they
have. lhe people answered the
demands of Fink in a way that
cannot be mistaken, and while we
sincerely sympathize with him in
h;s discoranture and misery, we
believe tbe peoples' decision J is a
The Columbia Anuual Confer
ence ot the M. . Church South.
which has been in session in this
cry during the week, made the
following appointments for the
WILLAMETTE DISTRICT. T. B. WHITE
Albany, P A Moses.
Tangent aud Lebanon, D
Oregon City, E Cartel.
Dallas, T B Whi.e.
Junction, TB White.
Coat Fork, B R B xter.
Suntiam, to be si pphed.
Ilarnabnrg, J B Perkins.
Tillamook, M M Skinworth.
Corvallis atd College, J Emery.
Jacksonville district j e n
" BELL. P E.
Jacksonville, A llardison.
Oakland, SV II Klyce.
Table Rock, M tttahl.
Coquille, to be Sopp'ied.
Applegate, to be Supplied.
Roseburg, J R N Bell.
WALLA WALLA DIST R 0 OGLKSBY,
Weston, E P Warren.
Pendleton, II F Burger.
Dayton. S II Davis.
Paiouse, to be Supplied.
BLUE MOUNTAIN DIST J W COMP
TON, P E.
Wallowa, J W Shreve.
Powder River, S Gascoigne.
Boise City, F P Ilaynes.
Grande lionde, J W. Comp-
IN PROBATE COURT
Following is the business traus
acted m the Propate Court last
Iu tbe matter of tbe guardian.
ship of the minor heirs of Robt.
Cowah; Caroline Dowan, guar
dian of the minor heirs of said
estate, submitted, her annua
statement which was approved
and placed on file.
In the matter of the estate o
T TV S J . .1 I
uoren xavia, ueceaxea: Bale O
In the matter ot the estate o
II. M. Holden, .deceased; J. W
McCJure appointed guardian o
'i ". '' i " t "
lias jat ratorned from Sao Francisco, where he has purchased the
finest Assortment oi
Ladies' Dress Goods,
ALSO LADIE'S AND MISSES' JACKETS LATEST STYLES & PATERNS.
Which will be sold at Prices to suit all purchaser!.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
HATS, SHOES, Boots, ETS!,'
More complete than that of any other establishment in the city, aad at Fairest Bates
jC3Reirembcr I will occupy
be Metropolitan hotel wbere L snail sell goods cneaper tor caan tbsn
trerbeibre. M, J06EPHSON.
Full ULne of
s . LQimmm
WILLOW - WARE & CUTLERY.
Dr. Hamilton's brick opposite tbe
- The first hudwate dealer la Umpqaa
Valley, in the Brick Building,
HAS RECEIVED. AND Is'nOW RE
ceiving one of the most complete
Of the Most Improved Patterns ever re
ceiveJ in this city.
And besides has the most complete stock of
General Hardware, -
Anl manufactures everything in the line of
TIN, SHEET-IRON & COPPERWARE
In a wo.kkmanllke manner, and on most
Ilron, Steel and &ai
Always on hand, and in quantities to
PostotBce Building, Locnut street. Oak'anrt
WOOL AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
- We will
tV, Bitrhest Frico
ALL WOOL FREE OF CHARGE.
We are prepared to receive wool at
either ot the following piares:
Roseburg, Wilbur,'- Oakland, tonra!l
Drain's and Scottsbiog
6tt WHEELLB uKOS.
. Vi MACHIN J SHOP,
B. F. DRAKE. PROPRIETOR,
STEAM FVHINES. AW M1LLS.ORIS r
Mills. laTB, Pomj. and all kinds
and styl-a of Macliinerv made to order.
chinry rHiairwl at a short notice. PUni
making d-nf in all its various forms, and
ail kinds of brass and iron rastinu fur
nished at short notice.' Also manufacturer
of Eatrprisw I'lanKr aud Matclitr aud
Stickers ait STiarwrs
RICHARDS A RtKJEUS, Proprietors "
Manufactures oft e fcamoas
JDexter CooTc Stoves
PARLOR STOVES BOX STOVES.
.. ..AND. ...
HOLLOW WARE. sCTC, ETC..
Front 6t, bet. Main and Madison
Portland, Oregon .
CfTThe National flold Medal ru awr
ed to Bradley & Rulofson for the best Pluto
tographs in tbe United States, and the Vis
enna Medal for the best in ih world.
429 Montuomrtry Stret, San Francisco.
HEHASJTHE LARGEST AND BES'1 STOCK OF
Cisrars and Tobaccos
Candies and Notions
EVjSR BROUGHT TO ROSEBURG, AND HE WILL NOT BE
N M Valuable '
SOU SEUKJQ QMJSi
in workmanshlo Is eaual
and as elegantly finished as a first-class Piano, tt
received the highest awards at the Vienna and Cen
tennial Expositions. IT 8EVV3 ONC-FOURTII FAST
ER than other machines. fts capacity is unlimited.
There are more WILSON MACHINES sold In the
United States than the combined sales of all tha
others. THE WILSON HENDINC ATTACHMENT, for
doing all kinds of repairing. WITHOUT PATCHING,
given FREE with each machine. A Certificate Is given
with each Machine, guaranteeing to keep It in repair,
free of charge, for five years. It requires no epec&l
Instructions to learn how to use it. Satisfaction
guaranteed, or no pay. Machines delivered free cf
charge anywhere In the United States.
Sand for Illustrated Catalogue, and ask for campla of mending;,
and our Circular No. 197 for further Instructions for buying machines
upon terms stated In the Catalogue. )
5?S.H7ILS0tJ SEIVING MAeilKIS GO.
827 A 829 Broadway, New Yor New Orleans. La.;
Cor. State and Madison Sts., Chicago, iiu and San Francisco, CcS
For Sale by all First-Cf-ss Dealers,
D, 0,' STAuK;
Staple Dry Gc
Keeps constantly on bBd a genci tl as
extra kit cncsEnisj,
Wood, Willow and Glass-ware, also
CROCKERY AND CORDAGE."
- A FULL-STOCK OF;.
Such as required the Public County Schools
ALL KINDS STATIONERY!
Toys and Faancy Articles.
To Suit itunh the yoacg and old.
Sole agent for the celebrated
PACIFIC THRESHING MACHINE
Including the well known
PELTON SIXsFOLD HOESE'.POWEB
Clieckt on P nlA d and procures drafts on
San FranciM ii ums "all reqaire
3? u A
A AN 1NDUCEMENTTO INCREAE
the production of flax seed, the an
dtrsignftd jrive notica that .
THEY TOXXX PURCHASE
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE,
OB WILL -
Will Contract for all that maybe
Of next season's crop, tl.roucrh their agents,
MESSRS. ALLEN tt LEWIS
From "thotn sed csn - plication
JOHN O. KITTIJE, Mai.ager.
PaeiGe Oil and Lead Wurk.
? .m8 Ban Francisc.
Tfn tct nr tjt m i
Freshly cured end of FINE QDa'lITT
Tbe undersigned would ssy to th ciU
rpns of Rcsebnrsr that he has just eurd the
finest lot of Hams, Bacon and BeelCever
offered to this market; and that no oneWill
fail to purchase the same wnen once tj.ey
examine it. - .
Prices lowtr than ever. V,-.
the wosiZaS-xunTOwn ud
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