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OR DUE THEM.
From the Demot ratie Era we learn of
atikdav morning . S eptember $». isti
another murder in Portland. Scarcely
We give place to th«* following sensi
I> FUIÌIR IV ............... lîu“in.-s> Ag.i,t. has the excitement occurred by the mur ble rejoinder to the hasty formed opin
«»man der on t lie west side of t he negro, (¡rabam , ion of a casual observer,’ in reference to
an<i Hie white man, Kelly, died away, l»e- the farmers of Oregon. As we gave
for»* the people tire again startled by the space to the correspondent’* letter in our
< aliiok . nia E j . e < tt «» n .—The wires announcement of a third murder, which, hist week’s issue, we accord tb<* same re-
are dow n, but a rumor i- afloat that San for brutal atrocity, has few parallels. At <pe«-t to tiu* author of this, not merel v for
Fmin'i-eo has gon«* l,(M>0 majority for about ten o'clock Sunday night, a person an autli al ft rum parftin, but for tile val
B«M»tb, ami that he is 4,ono aluad as far in th«* Oriental Hotel, in this city, saw uable information it imparts;
lu’ard from. This may In* a “roorback,” two men on the ujiper end of .1 street
It is common to charge our farmers
how«’V«*r. The wins breakimr at this britlge, as he supj>os»’d, having a scuffle. w ith indolence ami lack of enterpris«*. a
j1 netion, leatls us to -uiqHi-e t hat th«’ th’W s
tr. voting corres|M>mk’iit of th»* Portlaml
isfavorabk* to tlm Democracy. The lines Soon after the parties se|>arated—one /»’. ilb tin last week rep« :iti*<l tlm storv of
always l»r»ak when tiny carry bad news running up the street, shouting ]>olice! f:u ins without garden veg»‘tablesof
f«»r th«* Republi<*ans.
police!” the other making his way to he rds roaming over tile prairiesan»! bills,
ward the hotel, where, entering, lie fell but “no dairies, no butter, not even milk
OI R RAILROAD PROSPECTS.
gasping to the floor, anti soon after expir- tor th«* table.” Such tacts o«’»’ur, no
t*d. I'pon examination of the body, it doubt, but do they justify the accusation
There is a crops of engineers now pros- was found that tour wounds had b«’cu in of «-onimoii laziness or t liril’i l«’s,s farmimr ?
JNS’tiiig the passes of tin* Siskiyou moun flicted w ith a tlitk ot a large clasp knife Has the writer ev«*r attended the State
tains. What pass may be selected is not —one on the chin, evidently intend»*»! for Fair ami teste»! tile butter ami clmese,
the throat, two in the right side, ami one
yet determined ; but from the topography inlherifjit arm, severing the brachial the vegetables and fruit on exhibition?
Ha*« he examine«! tin* garments, the
of the country it is rather surmise«! that artery, which last wound caused death, spreads and the fancy articles which busv
the stage road present* tin* fewest obsta as neither of the others were mortal. A fingers have prepar»’«! as a sign of «!»>-
cles to overcome, as it certainly passes strong train »»f circumstances 1»*»| to th«’ m»*s tic industry ? Has he looked at the
arrest of a man, named William J. Dai machinery for the field, the garden, the
through tin* lowest pass on th»' entin* ley, a resitlent of this city.
orchtinl ami the shop, which otir farmers
rang»*. On the propo-««l line a stretch of
nizind and purchase an»l use ? Has h«*
The Portland Unlit tin says: Yesterday
our 1 >est agricultural hind would skirt tin*
«*<I tin* number ami grow th of or
morning John Dupee, of Vancouver, w as phan is,
dotting th«’ prairies ami wood
road, bisicting the very heart of this val
to every e«<ttage ami « veil log
ley, an» I in several re-jH’et* otlering tIn*
most teasibk* route tin* roa»l coul»l pass land, on the complaint of Jacob Proehs- cabin of t lie settlers ? Has lit* note«! the
over. It w«>ukl serve our agricultural tcl, charged w ith t lie abduct ion of Cath choice varieties of appk’s, pears, plums,
and mining interest which would con arine, a young lady under sixteen years »•berries, currants, goos«’l>erries, str w-
berries, bla»*klterries, grapes ami p«>a»*hes.
tribute as much to its support as any sec
tion on th»* entire line. Every influence of age, daughter of the above mentioned w hich have been caretully collected ami
should be lent towards securing the line Proebstel. It appearetl from tin* testi cultivated for th«’last ten <>r fift«*<*ii vears?
through this route.
mony, that young D u ] m >«* had, for some I Las lie measure«! the miles upon mile-
of goo< I fences Unit hav«> been mmle, ami
time past, been paying his addresses to ha* he estimated the humlreds of mile*
A Ki Ki t X Oi 111 K.ll.
the young lady, and that some months «tf goo» I roads, ami the dozen scores of
Ex-Governor Clayton, Senator elect since he asked her father for permission substantial bridges, which our widelv
from Arkansas, was arrested in Little to marry her, which was flatly ami p» r- si’atterc’l settlers have constructed ami
Rock, on the 1st inst., by the Cnited sistently refuseil. On Wednesday, the ki’pt in repair through tile woods and
loving couple concluded to act without over th«* plains, across th«’ streams and
States Marshal, on the charge of issuing th»’ |>ermi**ion of the stony-hearte»l pa swamps during the last twenty y«-ars ?
a certificate of election to Gen. Edwards rent, ami accordingly left home « lamles- Has be eoiinte»i the flocks ami herd- of
as member of Uoitgn-s, in violation of ly, making their way to this city. Here improved stock, which have cost their
the enforcement act of Congress. He they succeedeil in obtaining a marriage ow ners larg<* sums to import ? Has lie
taken account of tin* expense of erecting
license, and were forthw ith married.
gave bail for his appetran««' at the Oc
In reviewing the evidence, Justice; dwelling?-, barns ami store-houses, most
tober term of the Federal Court.
Moreland held that, as neither fore«* nor of w hieh expense must have first been
had liven proven, the defendant derived from the farm ? Ha-lie ineasur-
This little jieccadillo is common evi
la* dis«’harged, ami ticeordingly, «•»I tin* gr; in field- and watch«*«! the met h-
dence of over-ioyalty.
much to tlie relief of the young laily, he «»«ls ot husbandry m»w in pr«»gr< — ? Ha
ing rascal and uninil igaft*«! villain, who was set at liberty.
ll«* eonsid,‘r<*«i that our iarnier- crossed
the plains ten, tifti’cn, twenty or twenty-
has, for the la-t four years, been perpe
While out hunting «leer in Yamhill
trating frauds upon trie jaxir, down-trod- county, a few days ago, James Imbrie five years ago, ami r«aeli«‘d Or»*gon in
tleli people ot his s State,
ha ap|*eare«l up mistook his eomrmle for a deer, and shot many cases »testitute of tennis, clothing.
on the surlace. He had so long warred him in th«* neck with his rille. The foo»l and money? that they began to
work U|xm the unfene«’»l prairie, orin the
upon the right* of his »*arp<*t-l»:
wound is daiig«*roiis,
forests ? that tlmy have been -id>-
State that he ha * res»live,I to try a little
to the 1 mst fluctuating markets,
of the same maneuverings u | n » u the
Unit«*»l States, Well, Uncle Sam may thrown from a horse in Yamhill county caused by the »ii-eo\» ry ofgold mine-—
rise on his omnipotent tip-toes to come a tew day ago, ami his injuries are <le« ni- markets at one time calling for fruit- at
down on him. What of it, if in* do«** ? ed »langerous. He was unconscious tor high prices ; then glutted with fruit ;
next demamli ng lumber or the cereals at
Presidential mercy, with outstretch«*»! overall hour by the roadside.
rates, a id soon overst«;ck«’»l with
hands, wi II clutch the merited blows.
Side says scar both at a ruin» >us fall of prices ; ai a later
What’s the U-e_«»f asking justice to In*
p«’rio«l eallint? for lieef, wool, bacon or
meted out against such loyal covies? let fever is raging in Yamhill county.
ami then as smlilenly re\« ising the
They can run their
bill Is into the most
'flit* Benton />//////«•/■''/Csays : Ben Hol
discouraging tin* prodtu’tion?
sacred enactments with the impuninty of laday is negotiating with the P. T. Com
remember that our prmliie. rs
a humming bird.
pany, for the purchase of their line, ami have to comp«*te w ith those of th«* Eas-
A FRENCH COLONY.
a meeting of the stoekhohlers of that tern ami \Vesi«*rn States, whose eurr«’iits
Company has been »’ailed to convene at of «lemand an»l supply are steady, ami
Th«* Paris corrcspoml«*nt of th«' New Salem next Wetlnesday, at which it is who can flootl th«* mining r« gions of the
York lti rahl -ay- that Hon. Henry D. thought tii«’ transfer to Holladay will be 1’aeitic with their pro»huts at any mo
Boston, now in Paris, proposes to estab consummate«!. As the p«’ojile of the ment, ami who have «lone ami w ill do so
lish a French State in the Territory ot Willamette Valley will then be at the i whenever it will pay—thus sharply and
Arizona. Mr. Poston’s cheme, which mercy of “the Duke,” it remains to be strongly competing w ith our farmers at
contemplates the removal of Communist sei’ii what advantage will be taken of the outset, ami hanlest struggle in the
prison«*rs, i- explaine»! by the ih rahl eor- them. It would be unfair to condemn race? Let our farmers have a steady de
him until «levelopments will warrant it, mand tor wheat, for wool, tor beef, for
resjMuident as follows :
bacon, for fruit, for cattle, for lmr-es, for
France, unable to «*oloniz»* or confine w hich we trust they will never do.
barley, for tlax, for ry«*, for oats, for but
in her own d« |H’ml«’nei»*- without enor
Tiie Phtindt alt r says : We take pleas ter, for elu'ese, for lioiiey, for vegetable-,
mous expenditure ami with no financ.’al
result to «*oni|x*n-:ite a plan ot such a na ure in being able to inform our brethren or for any of the numerous pro<lii«-ts of
prolific soil and unfailing climate,
ture, shouiil in the cau-e ot human, tor jn tlm Willamette, that the Umi»qua ; ; <>ur
and they will supply that »lemand w ith
her own commercial a»lvantage ami re vallcv is not only goo«l for stock raising,
annually inereasing abundant’«’.
lief, pay the exj»t*nses ot the prisoners to but is a first-class agricultural county, ready they begin to feel sure that their
California. It is not propo-««! t<> embark and we give another instance oj its capa : labors will be rewar»le«l, and tin y areeiil-
them on boar«l steamers or carry them bilities in that respect: Mr. Samuel C. ! tivating more aer«’s, and doim; it belter.
across th*.’ continent from New \ ork, tor Moor» who resides on the South I nq>- It is vain to ask a business man to en
by the latter plan many Americans qtia, abou’t 1,Vv niiles south of this pla«*e, gage in profitless enterprises. You »to
Transports, ot which this vear «*m a field of wheat, containing not exp«*ct a merchant to buy goods at
there ar«* many uscle-s in ti»e seaport eighteen acres, which yiehle«! forty-five SUM», ami sell them for >!»(», ami do it
towns, and sailing ships art* projeett*-’ t° bushels to the acre. 11»«* '*U,B
”cain long. Y’ou ought not to expect farmers
America—going around the Horn, sailing w<*re accurately me«°.?
: to raise wheat at a cost of seventy cents
up the (iulf of California, thence up to tin* caused by some of the wliUid being «low n, ! delivered, and sell it at sixty-iive cents,
Colorado river, a distance of 150 miles, was es,‘imate<l at five bushel* >'* yu‘
ami do so every year. Let h.m be sure
where the emigrants will be dispersed We think this a good »-rop, takD’X “d“
of seventy-five or eighty cents, ami lie
throught Arizona, a Terrisory more than consideration the tact that the seas«,n Jas will supply the demand. There are
half the size of France. Once there, Mr.
doubtless indolent owners of land —men
Poston declares there are three fields of not been a very favorable one.
’•<> spent 1 more time and strength and
Early last week the town of Oaklaml
’’r *n Bunting a deer than it wouhl
Work in the mines.
was somewhat excite.' I over the re|M,rt cost to
n sl,»’ep. l her«* ;."(* di i oiir-
of a quartz, ledge discovi red ’ ‘ by ■ M. Bice, aged nnn, V’1“»
Labor on the Southern Pacific Rail- on Caiiapooya Creek, about
aou’d fourteen losses ami »lisa.momtment- so oti- n, that
Unite a number their ambition all- t ncir h»:| ;•? L..X »• »»!■ d
Neither the Government of the United mil«*s east of the town,
of pro-;■<ctors went to tin* locality, and together. Tlnreare»A.”f»m..«>ned iio
States nor the Pacific Railroad can pay
found two ieiJg”8« wiles, who cannot L k»*»
the expenses of transjiortation to the port we learn that they
There arc families of bo
of San Diego. This must be done by
‘>vted by mines
France ; and it is estimated to cost S2'»<>
The Stab’ Eii/hEi' J)t i.'ioi’rat
per head—that is to say, this sum will ert Heywood, for some time a resident ot : than »‘.v "heat fields
furnish each coloni-t with tools and im
this city, but now engineer on the East for chatM’cs Jo
■ sell out 11
plements for above a year, including
der to go into 1,‘cw regionsand pi:
tents and other pioneer accoutrements as
may be needed. 11 is estimated that the fix indeed. He has been arrested, and tents again, li‘it tin <* perso
entire cost of consummating the scheme last Monday had a preliminary examina I represent the “bone .’Old s.n.-w
will be seven and a half million dollars, tion before a Justice of the Peace in East go 11 farmers.
which would be returned to France in Port land, on the charge of seducing Miss i
It is a fairer ■ view of
one year after a fixed settlement in the Ursula Pierce, under th»* promise of mar the products 1 and the tetiiai producer
Territory, through the medium of inevit riage. The young woman resides about ami then strike tin
able commercial relations. The project three mil«*s east Portland, and is said to ' them ami tbps«* of any etherSta te. °'ir
is ripe for consummation and can lie car belong to a respectable family of that ; forthcoming census table* will furnish
ried out in thirty days, and the entire neighborhood.
th«* basis of such a ealculatioii. ! t is suf
forty thousand prisoners, including twen
The Albany Collegiate Institute will ! ficient now to point t<> Douglas county,
ty-five hundretl women, could lie !and»*d
that furnishes 4('0,0D<» pounds of we» ! for
in time to seed the ground for the spring open Sept. 4tli, with the following facul- ■ the market this year ; to Linn ami Lime,
ty: R. K. Warren, A. M., President ami Benton and Folk, Marion, Yamhill ami
The consummation of this grand Professor of Natural Science and Mathe Washington counties, that each export
scheme will work out inijiortant results matics; Rev. E. R. Geary, D. D., Pro their humlreds of thousands of bushels of
wheat this year. Go into a harxest field
towards civilizing anti settling the wilds fessor of Ancient Languages, French, and like that of H. Black, Esq., m*ar Forest
Lecturer on Philology ami Ethics ; Ed
Among the Communist ward F. Sox, Professor of English Liter- Grove, and see him «-nt, thresh, and put
prisoners there are some of the first blootl eratur»* and Assistant Professor of Math into the granary thirty acres of wlu at
and talent of France, as there always are ematics; Miss Louisa Quackenbush, jier day, averaging from lour to -ix bun
dr«*«! bushels daily for weeks together.
among ptditieal prisoners who ¡>os«ess flit* Teacher of Instrumental Music. A pros Mark the rapkl changes ami improve
essential elements of character out of perous year is anticipated.
ments in the use of farming implements.
Chas. Desher, formerly a private in Th«* old stub plow gives place to the
which to form a State. Driven from
their native land for opinion sake, they (’ompany A, 1st Oregon Cavalry, will sharp and heautifully moulded gang
plows. The wasteful harnl sowing yields
will come, not as a swarm of adventur learn something to his advantage by to the drill sower. The cultivator does
with, or calling in person,
ers, but with a view of establishing a eorresjending
upon N. H. Cranor, Attorney at Law, the work of a «lozen ho«-, and the mower
fixed habitation and abotie, who will Albany, Oregon.
displaces as many scythes.
set about to develope the material re
Horn«' of them h’ave gained wealth by
The Eugene Journal and the Guard of skilfully forecasting ami supplying the
sources of the Territory. The pioneer
duties will be heavy on them fora while, Sept. 2d furnish the following : Harvest market. Others have only gained a liv
as the most fierce savages of the conti ing is busily going on throughout Lane ing, ami the natural rise in the vain«* of
nent are to be encountered; but before county.
their lands, but they have been content
such ** strong immigration the Apache
It ill becomes men of the city, or
Mr. Blachlcy, who lives about ten miles
question will soon be solved. Arizona
travelers, who toil not, or s|H*«*ula-
will then take up her march towards the below town, has harvested this season an tors, who add nothing to productive
high destiny that awaits her. The large i average of over fifty bushels of wheat to wealth, to speak slightingly of our far
stretches of her superior agricultural and i the acre, from a field of sixty acres, and mers. All honor to them as a class for
pastoral land, and her rich deposits of the from four acres a yield of over sixty bush what they have done in the past, and for
precious minerals, will make her second els to the acre.
what they seem ready to do in the future!
in importance to none of her Pacific sis
It is a matter of gratification that Mr.
ters : and the advent of these French
’s plans, in erecting so many
men will be a god-send towards hast been slightly victimizing some of the
convenient to the wheat-pro-
Lane county folks.
ening her destiny.
»hieing regions, favor them by ottering a
sure and quirk market near their own
doors, and by thus saving the time and
teams formerly spent in hauling tile
grain long distances to river or ship, for
the fall work of plowing and sowing
more acres for ot her and greater harvests.
It is to l»e hoped that the era of steady
and increasingly proliiable 1.inning has
begin 1 in our Slate,— Hillilin.
QUICK SALES CHEAP FOR CASH!
And Small Profits, C
K XREWSKT, HAVING JUST OPINI©
R • a large »tuck of
“IS MY M TTO.”
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
AM SELLING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
of Saddles and Harness cheaper than ever was
< •tiered before in Jacksonville. “Seeing is belio-v
ing.” ii ive me a call before pitrcliasing else-
BOOTS Ä SHOES,
A Y oung C rim in al .—An audacious
criminal is muler arrest in ( 'leveland,
Ohio. He I* ten years old, and his of
fence consisted in emptying some cigars
out of a duly stamped Lox into an un
stamped basket, and trying to peddle
tliem among a crowd, to raise funds to «ione with neatness and dispatch.
PAINTS A OILS
support a poor and widowed mother. Tin*
JERRY NUN AN
Jacksonville. Jan. 1 (th, 1871.
desperado was promptly picked up by a
revenue detective and committed to Jxiil,
because hr could not give bail lor >1,000.
— I><I ii m r i>1 I,ih<i'i<).
Sales & Small Profits ”
What a brave and vigilent officer this Notice to Cattle Raisers.
devoted detective must have been! He
R C T. PAYNE. LIVING 11 MILES
has decidedly won his baton of honor.
east of Pliteiii.x’ otters th«’ services of a thor
Promote him. Mr. President. I llis fraud
ough-bred Devonshire Bull to the pitblicrat $•> a
was not <»f sufflcient magnitude to be re season. The animal is a deep red five-years-old,
spectable. If it could have been a ease weighing 1,621 pound».
c. T. PAYNE. Corner of Oregon and Main Street., offer.
involving a few hundred thousand, a
bargains. .■- iii ,1 i as have nut been offered befor. st
wink would have been given and these
Thi- -t l< is fresh nn»l of the best quality, sat
«7 TO S
vigilent officials would have passed it
(’.IX purchasers wi.l do well to call on him.
overasan >'pp< r h //strike. Grand rogues
pass scot-fre«’ w ith impunity, while the
little ones are taught that small steal
Corner California a:nl Fourth Sts.
tiki’ii in <’X’liante for go«xl». AI ko ground »alti*
ing w ill not be countenanced.
THE BRICK STORE,
LIVERY 5 SALE STABLE Staple Produce
A mong the many complimentary no
tices the T imes has receiv,Hl from its eo-
tcmporavies,none are mor«* Jia11ering than
the following from the Holt County
(Mo.) .S'» utim I;
I'lie 1’1 ME.* comes to lls regularly every
week as an exchange, Since it has don-
lied a new dress, it looks remarkably
fresh and healthy. 11 is certainly one of
the most original and spiciest papers on
our exchange list, and its managing edi-
tor evinces a spirit of ' •get up” about his
writings that are inestimable traits in a
.Ml anil li t* II,“, pack.-», and tine Liverpool »«it.
UMIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT I January 7th, 1871.
tully iiitorin their frieixi.“ mid the |xibli<! g«-u- I I
erally hut they have purchased the above e.'tab-
li.“hrn.*nt of Mr. Dan. Cawley, which will be
heiieeforwar»! eonduete»! under their constant per-
“xnal .“upervi.-ion, and they guariftitee aati.-factioii
to ¡ill wlni may favor them with their patronage.
These staldes are centrally located, and within, ilegruiaii's Cordial Elixir ot (,'all.ayB
mil venient distance of the various houses of public
entertainment. Hordes or mules will be boarded; A pleasant cordial which strengthen* and !■-
an<l cared tor. by the day or week, nt moderate ( proves the dige.-tion, an excellent preventive .f
charge-,. They have the largest stuck in Oregon, (• '• I-- fever ami ague. Ac , nnd a great renovate,
and t -n;c f. r invalids and debilitated person». Be
south of Portland, ot
gem .o ,v Co.. New York, sole manufacturer*. bold
BUGGIES A2ND CARRIAGES by druggist».
The Dallas /«’«////W/ca/t of September
GOOD SADDLi: IIORSICS & MULLIS
2d says: Gen. Palmer. Agent at the Si
Which will 1 »e hired to iro to any part of
letz Reservation, was in town on Wed
!lic country at moderate rate*.
nesday night. H<> informs us that crops
iiitnaN l»<n|vr|it and sold, and horses bro ze to
mi the Reservation are excellent, anti
everything is in a flourishing condition.
It KAMI’S A WILSON.
He was <>n the way to the Siletz with a
combine I rea|K*r andljuower for the
of the Indians.
9 F ' I '
To <tll u'hoiit it may concern :
A ÌT E have
mi |<1 our Jackson Salt Work» to Jaba
Si/.uiuort. xith 1 lie intention of leaving Ora-
L'"ti :is - - .ii as we can s< ttle our burine»». Wo
ti nder our tbatii,.“ t<> the people of Jackson county
l'or the p.itr uage that has been given US. Tteo
iut'ii.■••• w it be carried on bv Mr. Siaemoro.
BROWN A FULLER.
AVE .11 ST RECEIVER AND
WE RECEIVED, M USUAL. THE FIRST
and best .tuck ot SPRING and SUMMER
( i VH)DS there is to be iound iln< side of San Fran
bilBiLu bui Hit llilbllil,
Cook Stoves, Different Styles
II IY FOURS and RAK FA,
St YTIII’.S .in<i SN ATHS,
WOODEN m.d STEEL BARLEY FORK
(¡RAPE VINE CRADLES,
IRA*'Kami HALTER CHAINS,
CHOPPING and BROAD AXES,
HATCHETS u.u! 11 MINERS,
I I’ \ I E' T CROSS CUT nnd BUCK SAWS,
HAND SAWS. SHELF HARDWARE,
C| TLERY. AC.
NAILS OF ALL SIZES.
PAINTS. OILS md VARNISH,
: WINDOW GLAS> ami PUTTY,
I CDS :,ml BASKETS.
icLOI'liES W R'XGERS,
( IN:AYS am! BOWLS.
Fuse and Caps, Rifle it Blasting Powder
A ’:ir;-'.* n .->rtiiu*iit <>f FANCY GOODS; in
f o t. evi l vthi!. ; ' ■ 1 « dit fc in :t NEEDLE to u
FINE SILK DKEsS.
assorted iron and stuff .
SV BM ERG FI > & DOUGLAS PUMPS,
In the Gents’ Department,
Y' ii can suit yom-elf in STRAW anil CASSI-
MERE HATS. Clothing of all Description. LIN
EN’ COATS. BOOTS ami SHOE', and a general
¡»--»•rtment of Gents' Fumi-hing Goods.
We eall special attenti n to <’»ir exten.-ive stuck
of L illies, Mi.-scs auJ Ciiiblrca’s California Made
CAST-IRON WASH KETTLES,
SKILLETS AND TEA-KETTLES.
BRASS & ENAMELED KETTLES,
I RY-PANS, &C.
All those GO IDS, ns well ns onr large stock of
Groceries, Tobacco ainl Litpiurs, will be sold at
verv low prices for
and to PROMPT,
PA Y!Nf! CUSTOMERS.
fftfr-ne Mure and Call on Un.
Shown with Pleasure-*».^
PCT ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE.*^
Muy 6th, ISTI.
B printed with neatness and dispatch at this of
Jacksonville, June 10th, 1871.