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Citation to Heirs. THE TillLE ROCK SILOON.
BUCKLEY—REILLY—At Thomas McAndrew’s
A L a G rande correspondent of the Bed
residence, on Bear creek, June 13th, 1871, by
SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE I
N THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE Wintjöll & HollUSj PrOpilOtOrtfr
Rev. Father Blanchet, James Buckley and Mar
Rock Democrat says that families from all
of Oregon, for the County of Jackson, June,
£. D. FOGDRAY,
parts of the Willamette valley tire constant
1871. (Sitting iu Probate.)
Oregon St., next to Odd Fellows* Building.
ly arriving with the v’ew of locating in East
In the matter of the Kstate of James K
em Oregon. They nil iippeur to be well
essrs , wintjen a helms beg to
p!ea<e<i with the mutiny, which »peaks well i DOLI.E1! Il IDE—On Bearcreek, June 10th. ES71,'
To J oshi a K. P ool , heir of the Property
inform their friends aud the public generally
The Stab of a Traitor.
Estate oi J-aiie, R Pool. Dec'd, hld mi others m- ¡that they huve t
h-rested therein : You and each of you are hereby iaut| reduced the priee of liquors to
"1 he house of «man limned Wells, near
tioiifieu that William G. Butfum, Executor uf said
M my, very many I »»»imvrai» tn rough ut
Estate, h is tiled his petition praying for an order — q . «.
•< 'W'Bw I^TB| B gS
Sheridan, Yun>hiL cuuntv, was burned a tew
, ot said Court to sell the iollowing described real ‘
tho Stole believe the Herald to be dev ted:v
du vs ago. He sax s he had about $2.000,
: property belonging to said Estate, situated in
engaged in the work of destroy ing toe Demo
They will be happy to have their friends "call
mostly in coin, in the house, nnd as he can
¡Yamhill county, Oregon, to-wit : One half interest
'rnilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN AP I in two hundred acres of laud, more or les’, being and smile.”
ora tic party, and its whole course, heretofore,
fi'd none of it in the ruins, he believes the
’ 1 pointed by the County Court of Jackson coun a portion of the Donation land claim of John Sher
tend» to strengthen this opinion. Its latest ef
house was rubbed nnd then set on fire.
ity, Oregon Administrator of the Estate of Gabrel wood and wife, and by* them conveyed to James
furt in this direction, has been its hasty eo
I Lemon, dece’d, all per-<>ns having claims against II. Pool. Therefore notice is hereby given to the
The Corvallis Gazette tenders tolmi own _________
said Estate ......................
are required to present them with the heirs-at-law of said Estate, that the prayer of said j
d >rse incut of \ a! a liiglm u’s “New Depart i
within six t months tr.im the date p. tiiiou will be heard and determined at the Clerk’s I together with the finest brands of-liquors and ci
ure” platform. It published its adherence to
the 1st day ofj g*rs always on hand.
The bn-le blunt of anotuer Democratic victory should want toseil a few acres, now «nd then, I of this notice, to me nt iny office in said county. | office of said County on Tuesday,
this platform with a full knowledge that by
C. W. KAHLER, Administrator. ¡August, A. D., 1871, nt 10
io o eiock a . m . _ at which
reaches us. The old Gruuite State has »p ken in
jel7-4w. I time and place the said heir-at-law above named. :
don’t ask ns much for them as your entirej Jacksonville, June lfitli, 1871.
•uch action itcvuld not but provoke conlruver i
her Gubernatorial election in favor of Democracy.
i and nil others unknown, if any there be, are here-! April 1st, 1870.
sy and dissension, feuds aud str fe amongst the Her Legislature in joint convention on th» 10.h arm is reasonably worth. Remember that J
I by notified to appearand show cause, if any exist, j
why an order of sale should not be made, as in the!
Gold Hill Quartz Mining Company.
Democracy of the State. It hr«» succeeded; inst. elected the II >n. James Weston, Democrat, the best way to enhance the value of your I
i land is to invite immigration and iucreuse tbej A
Al '>,,‘ aforesaid'petition prayed for.
aud the State platform of the Ohio Deiuoc over Hon. James Pike. Republican, the former rc
! jHL ‘»nd. mid will remain there this summer, ; By order of lion. T. H. B. Shipley, Judge of;
amount of cu’tivatiun.
' Persons having fine cow« can lune an opportunii v ' «aid Court.
racy is now being used to complete the work ceiving 167 votes, uixl th- l.it er 159.
of improving tLeir stock. He was raised by !
SILA« J. DAY. Clerk.
This glorious news gives us renewed confidence :
of denn ralizatiuu and disunion, which the
Advices from Dougins county nre to tile: 1 Lomas Smith of Douglas county, whose weil' Jacksonville, June 13th, 1871.
Herald's personal warfare upon Democrats
effect that the snows in the Bohemia mjne# <
“ energy and cntvrprise in the improvement ti
here is delinquent upon the
Every means had been resorted to by the party in
lot the stock of
oi the State
Mate needs n > comment. This
following described Stock, an account of ««.
and its whole idiotic course heretofore initiat
are very deep, and the work of getting the ball is now four years old. > and weighs 1,517].
Isessinent levied on Aug. 22d, 1868, March 27th,
ed and continued. If the democracy ol Ohio power to carry ‘.his election, nnd their extreme! mill of Mr. Kliott into the camp is delayed Weighed by rUornas (’havennw on hi? scales,
i 1689, June 14th, 1870, and November 8th, 1870,
had heretofore dictated toe platforms of the t confidence in their ability to do so, makes the de
I these several amounts set opposite the names o?
feat so much t’«e m-reoverwh-lreing. Ar.d wbetli-1
Oregon democracy, a id the party iu this State er the disc-mnted enemy will quietly submit or somewhat on that ucc<>unt. Fifteen heavy
I the respective Shareholders, ns follows :
June 12, 1871.
were upon the eve of a political campaign, try s<>me manipulating process, as did their Con freight teams have been employed to haul
No. Ctifctes. Shares. Ant.
there might be some propriety ir. raising the necticut allies, to defeat the wishes of the ninjority the mill and machinery over the mountains
...... 21............... 50.... $87 50'
slogan of “New Departure” and rapturously of the people, veiualus to be s-on. If any pietext from the valley to the mines, where the
22............... 30.... 52 50*
endorsing a platform which, to s»y the least can be hatched up iiy our wilcy God-and-.Morulity i
............... 10.... 17 50'
ol it, involves some very novel and startling
law and an oader
propositions. But none of these c-nditions I
The moral import .d this viet -rv will h ne a good
of the Buard of Trustées, inude on the 3d uf Jude,
exist; we have been in the habit of making eft'eet upon our ranks, coming as it dues tram the
1871, so many of the ¡Shares of each parcel of
our own platforms, and our election is neurly old Granite ¿state, wh.ne Democracy has ever been Oregon by one of the first vessels in the Pi-j
said Slock as may be necessary, will be >oid at th»
a year dirtant.
And besides nil this, the of the simon-pure kind. Its effect wiii infuse a' orieer Line two or three years ago, was closed ;
’s Office, at backs Bios. Store, Jackson
More Talent than any Other Three Company
Democracy of the Union, and particularly of telling influence upon the coming National con out at auction this week. The prices at pres ;
ville, Oregon, on Satuiday. July 8th, 1871, at the
this State, are already upon the record as test. Let the Democracy stand iu firm phalanx,! ent ranging in the
hour of 2 o’clock p. m. of said day, to pay the
Shows Ever Seen Here,
market is $2 50 per bar
delinquent assessment, together with cost of ad
solemnly denying the very propositions which and move steadily on, keeping time to the true
principles of our time-honored old party, and a
vertising aud expenses of sale.
constitute the “new departure’* features of glorious victory is in store for us over the usurpn-i rel.
Ail Under Ooc Spacious Pavilion, fur One
IKE SACHS, 8ec’y.
the Ohio platform. These features have ref tion an 1 corruptions of that party who have iulc.1
B ili . G ird , the “wickedest man in Oie
Jacksonville, June 5th, 1871.
DASIl of a Mile Purse S1OO.
erence to the amendments to the Constitution ; our nation fur the last ten years o..ly to ruin.
gon, ’ h is reformed—quit selling whisky, nnd
and as the Democracy claim to derive their And thus let this victor.’, eml lasoned upon the
I THOTTING,Two Mile Heats, Purse S7«>
principles from that instrument, it fallows
that the peculiar features of the Onio plat
city. So says the Gazeite.
\THREE TO START IN EACH RACE!
from the Plymouth Rock to the Golden Gate.
form involve the fund «mental princ ples upon Then we may harbinger a return ol the first prin
VyOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
under-igniti will on Saturday, the first day
which the party is founded. While we are ciples of our govermu -nt, fi-iu which the.e h<sl
y, ls<), at tl.e residence of Ois' n A. ¿'Garns,
ready to concede that in matters of mere pol I t been such a sad departure wituin the pail decade. ly shot arid killed, while hunting on the west
near Laik river. Jackson county, Oregon, sell to
icy the democracy of the several States may
side of the river nut far irotn Oregon City,
I th- ingiic-t bidder tor ca h two small mules, the
From the Suw/zirru Hone. (N. C.) we take
AC ROB 1'1 s, and
take dillering, and sometimes antagonistic ■
ENTRANCE, 10 PER CENT. ENTRIES TO
].»• petty of C. 0. Boxley. Said property will bo
Jj’use at New State Saloon, June 20th. It ACE"'
positions, we deny that they Can differ on the following ace u:it nt a nu'ti I orrible affair,
i to satisiy a lain ol $80 00 fur Seeping and
prin-dple - without periling the success of the at which the heart ei. kens.
I The Bulletin of the 6th inst. says ; OO-n to come off ut 2} o’clock precisela ; mnl will be
run under the Rules of the Jackson County Agri
true principles ef Democracy. Now. these |
• ot- tn c unnicnce at 2 o’clock in the afternoon
“On TbursduJ a negro was b ought to total of seven hundred Scandinavian enii- cultural Society.
in J teks h V ;
amendments to the Constitution the Dem c*
O. T. BROWN.
r ioy assert nre not amendments in the proper Sq tire M trim's office for rape on n negro¡ grants who arrived nt Chicago a short tiint
Jacksonville, June 17th, 1871.
sense—even if we admit the Validity of the , Child 18 months old ! ! While undergoing j ago five hundred were bound for California
ratification—but esieutially uhange the char au examination, be jumped out of the window mid Oregon.
acter of the Constitution, and destroy :
some of the m< »• important guarantees of I and though the yard was full of people, effec
On last Tuesday, on tho farm of Mr. PI inn
public and private liberty to be found in ted Lis escape, f. ur negroes are n.w i.i jail . C'»oper, s:x miles So uh of R seburg, James
the exist- ■ charged with murder ot waitea. Ein.inc.pa
that instru aent. If we recognize
enee of those amendments ns a part of the j tion has devel> ped crimes never heard of in C-iSMinman was kicked in the stomach l>y n
jiiorse and fatally injured. Cossulman had-
Constitution, even if we deny the validity of
avity. Brutalities are uf daily
w ih ■! .á-
the ratification, do we not admit nwav ail
laid d iwu the fence and was trying to drive
that the party has been contending for since
the h irse through when lie was kicked. I
the time of J-flerson ? But tiiis apert. Let the South. Tue remedy tor these dtiaiful
This happened About 11 o’clock A. M., and
the “New Departure’’ platform be right or outrage?, with Grant and his party, is to put
LI II e. O"» g> n.
ho iny up< n the ground until late in the even
wrong, the Deniocra -y of this State are no
! e ing wlien Mr. Cooper foniid him by Accident.
more bound by it than they would be by an tho whites of the S iuth un ier bayonet ni
Imperial ukase of the Russian Emperor, The and to give larger liberty and license io the He was fully sensible at the t ine and remain-
Herald's endorsement was made simply to i innocent biac* lambs oi the Radical ti ek.
led so until 1 o’clock A. M. the next day, I
create a strife amongst the Democracy of this |
This is one of the numerous horrid IF - when he died at Mr. Coopers house.
(KEPT OX THE EURoPKAX MAX,)
State ; to open still w ider the breach now ex
stances that shocks bum >i.ity. Since luC
isting. and to lessen still more the chances
A VESSEL was launched at P.,rt Madison. I
Corner of stark and Front Streets,
of Democratic success next year. The trait emaucipition of tiiis i t.ch popu a ion, for
Puget Sound, last S.uurday, the hugest evei i
or who thus deliberntnlv stabs the party, i whose special protection t’ue strong arm of
which lifted him from poverty into afflneuce, the Gover.inf'nt is c-mMantly invoked : for 'built on the Pacific coast. Ti e following nre'
her dimensions; Length of keel, lb74le< i;t
and fattened him with the spoils of office, in
ZlEIlF.lt A- HOLTON, PROPRIETORS.
whose disenthraluient "ihousnnd.s died in
the back, deserves the blasting contempt of
over ail, 290; beam; 42; depth of bold, 2!
every right minded man of whatever party, blue;” for whose special tuir.'ing aud pam
Tue m-dcl is that ot a full clipper, bavin
and makes one long to
pering millions of taxes have been wrung
inT.es «lead rise, with sharp end-, »!.
—“Place a whip in every honest hand”
from the poor laboring white man. And it
“To lash the rascal naked through the land.”
.... among llirj
has amounted to only developing their inher calculated to rank
ESSRS. PAPE <£ SAVAGE AND MR.
ent savage natures, a.id extending a ii vror
Shooting Affray at Roseburg.
Ih-nry Pape have placed their accounts in
to the most damnable p.is»i >n that links in disc is aoout 1,700 tons, and for ¡umber one
our hands for collection. Unless prompt atuntiou
the bos<>m of the lowest tvpesol the hum. n
is given by debtors to the payment of these ac
We take the following from the Portland Bulle-; rare. The fanatical philanthropists in trtii.g million fee:. So says the Bulletin.
counts, costs will be added.
FAY A REA.
to improve their manhood. i.t the most lea - I As Mrs. B-n Ilayden and M s. Wliitlei
Jackionville, April 5th 1871.
R osebvrg , June 12.—There was a terrible af iulcost. lias only given th-m an opportunity1
fray this morning about ten o’clock, between to res-ive themselves back into tr«dr natural were on their way to Salem last Saturday, n
Thomas and Henry Gale of the Entig', and Win.
a buggy, the vehicle ran into a deep rut m
Thompson, editor of the Plaindealer. It vccurrod states, fr nt whieli ti e whi e man had raised
in front of the Host Office. It is impossible to tell | them. And the longer so. iety groans and ii- the road and became uncoupled. The ladies
who shot first. The quarrel arose out of some burdened with this poisining incubus, the were thrown out, and Mrs. II. Somewhat in
FglHK UNDERSIGNED HAS ONE LARGE
newspaper article. Thompson is shot in three lower decency and morality may be expected jured, though not dangerously.
JU freight wagon for sale. Also one sett team
places, tnrough the face and neck and through the to sink ia the nation that winks at it.
harness, new. The above property can be seen at
shoulder, and his side grazed by a bullet. Thomas
Atlantic State News.
the U. S. Hotel, Jacksonville. Terms of sale
Gale is shot through the breast. The wound is Another Carpet-Bagger Comes to Grief.
part cash, and the remainder in freight.
dangerous, if not fatal. Henry Gale is beaten
over the bead with a revolver and badly hurt.
W ashington , June 9. — F. A. McCartney.
The wounds of Thompson anil Thomas Gale arc
C. C. Bowen, radical carpet-bagger, memberi
dangerous. It is said by every one that sax» the of Congress from South Carolina, has been con-j Superintendent of the Post Office Building,
affray that Thomas Gale shot first.
victed in the Criminal Court at Waabingt.,n for and Disbursing Agent for the Department, is
We are informed that on the night previous to
bizamy, aud is held to appear for sentence in a defaulter to the amount of $35,000. Me
the affray Thompson and Thomas Gale had an al $5,000 bonds. This imported loyalist to raise and
Cartney has become insane and has been sen:
tercation. end that Thompson ci'her spit in, or re -onstreet tnc'disloyal State of South Carolina to
slipped Gale’s face. The latter did not teen re a purer tn»r
.! a higher e viiizalioii, has t.» the asylum.
P. C. T. PAYNE. LIVING 1} MILE8
sent tl e insult, but meeting Thompson the next given rather
C 'iniucl.t ope i t o is uogma
east <>f Phoenix’ offer? the services of a thor
day inquired what he meant ly bis conduct tl.e tne party of
m r.d iiea?.'
\> i!Ii aI tl.e
AY FORKS a-.<] RAKES,
ough-bred Devonshire Bull to the public, at $5 a
night before. Thompson replied that he held him radical ideas
>e L-. t-n cui j. red up in the Pula i.i will Itiive here for Ne v Y ok to mor IfjRASs; SCYTHES nml SNATIH,
?A I E> T f’KOSS < I 'i
seas >n. The animal is- a deep red live-years-old,
self responsible f >r r. hat he did. Tb<- purt-.cs then diseased brain of t.ic repr entativt-s t •f Li. party,
weighing 1,624 pounds.
I WOODEN ami STEEL BARLEY FORKS ! I A N P-S A \i S. S H ELF 11A IL D W ARE,
passed each other, when T. Gale wheeled and fired, this inten.'ibei.ti >n of loatni.. ncnml 1 ¡.11 .nice.* e .u!>!
C. T. PAYNE.
the bi.ll grazing Thompson’« side ; the latter then not be endorsed by his coima.! des in other little in
lx A U.S of ALL SIZES.
MANi’RE Ft 1RKS,
fired a derringer r.t Gale, who fell wounded in the discretion*, i’ is said that t.vo more neglected uc-
brsist. H. Gale then attacked Thompson with a men ol other ¿’t ites nave the s.iine c.-mplaint to
N ew O( LEANS, Juno 8. — The waters on GRAIN sCOill’.S.
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY,
cane, and the latter beat him on the Lead with his enter against tuis trua.it galhir
TRACE ;in.l HALTER (’HAINS.
empty dcaringer. Gale soon tired of this, ar.d State? yet to hear front ; and by the time hr is re Claiborne street nt. the cani'l 1ms fnllcn n CHOPPING a ml BROAD AXES,
r(’i>S ami B \SKE I S,
drawing a four shooting pepper-box, iullictcd the lieved frote, the revengeful clutches of these wrong- foot, Twelve steam-firo engines will co in HATCHETS a <1 HAMMERS.
£ LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES
wounds described in the dispatch. Our ’atest ac cd women, he wiil find political trickery am..ng
7*. indebted to the late firm of Linn J Hall, arc
counts from Roseburg indicate that al! the paitics disfranchised whites nnd ignorant negroes quitó,
¡requested to call on the f.jb.-cribcr and settle tip.
another thing ; for,
arc considered out of danger.
■ If no further ruins occur the city will h j re I
Ail debts due said firm not settled by the first
If the above account is true, both tho Gales
•‘Hell hath no ha’e like a woman scorned.”
letved of the overflow in a few days.
July, 1871, will be placed in the Lands of a
made a cowardly attack upon Thompson, and re
officer for collection.
ceived their just deserts. We shall withheld fur t
J udge J aeons. — Mr. Beekmnn handed u*
C oncird , N. II., June 8.—The IIotiK
ther comment until fully informed.
1 Jacksonville, May 26th, 1871.
acopyuf the Sturgis (Mich.) Journal, from Representatives to day further completed
T ub C at is tub M kal - bac .—Our northern ex wlii-.h we learn that our former townsman, their organizationby the cimice of James R
changes say that Judge Boise has withdrawn bis now Chief Justice <>f Washington Territory, Jackson of Littleton for Clerk, nnd James II.
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demurrer to Bonham's complaint and will allow returned to bis oi l home in Sturgis on a visit pni;).i.i|
of Bnrnevted for Assistant Clerk-
himself to be oustei frotr office. If this is done, on the 29 ulf. Judge Jacobs wns honored
Y INSTRUCTIONS OF JOHN S DRUM»
of course the legal conclusion is that Boiie was with a eeretadft by tl.e citizens of Sturgis,' After a protracted session a Democratic Ser
all the notes and accounts due the firm of
never entitled to the office, and hi* qualification as which town he lelt twenty ye.\>3 ngo. II- g*nnt*at-Arms and Democratic Doorkeepers
iG.enn, Drum A Co. will be placed iu the hands of
Judge was consequently voiu. A peculiar provis
Inn attorney fur co'.ketiou, if not paid iu thirty
ion in our A’tate Constitution prevents a Judge responded in a neat speech, after which the were elected.
paid their respects to him personally.!
from accepting any but a judicial office during his citizens
May 26th. 1871.
We are glad to sec our old friend, and some- . C oncord ,
nne 9.—The Democrats are
term of service, or for one year after. From pres
ent appearances then. Judge Boise has no legal im time competitor in law nnd politic«, receiving jubilant over the organization of the House,
pediment in the way to prevent bim from becom the honor and respect due his worth ns a and will try to force a rote for Governor
ing a candidate for the U. S. ,8'enate rice .Corbett. man and citizen from those who knew him in before the sick Republican members recover.
Tho other radical candidates for that position will ,
!but it is doubtful if a vote be reached this
ASSORTED IRON AND STERI
find a very large cat in the meal tub when they i boJhood’_________ *________ _
HE UNDERSIGN D HAVING BEEN AP-
como to examine this proceeding of Boise s.
!< ■• i.oeal Agent of the B-:ird of School
SUBMERGED & DOUGLAS PUMPS
Old prejudices are dying out.
in --i.in.-rs, is now prepared to leccive
The Herald ba» bwalluwed Vallandig- New facts are killing them. The idea that
The vrorkl of to tiny ¡nughs at th<
to pu’c.'.u o School, University and
CAST-IRON WASH KETTLES
hatn’s “new departure’’ platform; but the invalids weakened by disease can be relieved thempeuiics of fifty years ago. Blistering
i- No ..pr tea ii n wi I be received un-
inp'juicd l y one third | ayiuent ol the pur-
State Rights Democrat won’t swallow that by prostrating them with destructive drugs, the Lead, emptying the veins, nnd rasping
is no longer entertained except by monomnn the bowels with cathartics ns irritating n?
eanio worth a cuss, and goes for the Herald Lice. Ever sines the introduction of Dit.
u.t II us. — tin stairs.
in a style quite refreshing to see. The Dem W alker ’ s V inegar B itters , it has been ob chestnut-buns, will soon be consigned hv uni
ocrat made the Herald take water on the fa vious that tlfeir regulating and invigorating versal consent to the limbo of rej-cted falla
L vi A ;«-nt. ( rJackson eonctv
•, March Is 1871.
mous “Eighth Reaolution” once on n time, properties are nil sufficient for tho cure of cies. In the meantime D r . W alkers V ine
BRASS & ENAMELED KET ULES
and we predial that it will make the Herald chronic indigestion, rheumatism, constipation, gar B itters , the tine ally of Nature, nr-
effecting by a mild nnd painless proce«R. such
go back on Vallandigham now.
diarrhoea, nervous affections and malarious
cures of dyspepsia, liver cnmnlaint and peri
fevers, and they are now the standard rentedv odicnl fevers, ns the world half a century ngo
R acik O- _ We call attention to the faet that a
for these complaints in ctery section of the would have deemed miraculous.
raes for a purse of $100 and a trotting race for $75 I
will come off over the Bybeo Track on the 4th of
N ew P aper . —We have received the first
Jaly. The race will be run under the rules of the
jAcxtox C ocxtt H orse ».— We learn that a Ver
Jackson County Agricultural Association. 'Vc
number of the Real Estate Special, a monthly
are requested to notify owners and trainers that mont colt, raised by McDonough of this v-lley,
’s-’Oed by Eli Carter of Albany, “It is de
the horie« mu>t be on the ground punctually, hen
UNDERSIGN! 1) J-E'Pr.rTFULLY IN-
time i* called ; or the penalties prescribed by the by Mr. Martin to Mr. Swain of Yreka, Cal., for voted to the interests of those wi
wishing to bur
« the citizens of Jac!.solivi, e an « surround*
rules will be enforced,
. | $600, has recently been sold by the latter gentle
.try, that he is now manufacture ng. and
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will constantly keep cn bund, the very List < f
the farming and commercial interests of the
Tai death warrant of Uaura D. Fair ha»
Lager Beer. Those who wish a covl glass ot beer
of such horses in this valley. This spring Mr.
should g.ve me a call.
been signed by Gov. H i gbL and is now in John Walker sold a Vermont colt for $500, and State. Copies sent free to all parts of the
Jacksonville. June )2th, 1869.
wishing copies will!
th« bands of the Sheriff, charged With the Judge Tolman also sold * Vermont colt out of Min United Stutes. Persons
June 12th ly.
doty of execatiog it.
English Ale and Porter,
§Q points of Billiards for Drinks.
Great Show of 1871,
4tli of July, 1871,
OVER THE BÏBEE TRUK!
FREE FOR ALL COUNTY H^SES^
Cook Stoves, Different Styles
Notice to Cattle Raisers.
ffl YORK EflMBIBED BM ABD
ABD Œ HI!
HOFFMAN & KLIPPEL