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SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 15. 1873
Agent« for the “Time».”
ioton anil (fountn
C atholic C hurch . — Rev. Father
Blanchet will hold divine services at
the Catholic Church to-morrow, (Sunday)
at the usual hour.
PROCEEDINGS <>F THE BOARD OF
The Board of Trustees held a special
meeting last Monday, February 10th.
A full Board was present.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved.
The report of the Committee on the
application of G. Karewski, made at the
last meeting, was taken up and read.
The Committee recommended that the
premises applied for be assessed and a
«leed granted to the applicants, providing,
however, that all the rights, privileges
and uses of
i.. - John Orth therein be reserved
in the deed. Report accepted, and on
motion the lot was assessed for expense«
against the same in the sum ot £>10. It
was thereupon ordered that such a deed
be exec uted to II. Goldsmith and the
St. Valentine’s Dav' yesterday.
Much rain has fallen this week.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN-
Jacksonville now has two string bands,
didate for the office of Marshal, subject to the
decision of the citizens of Jacksonville nt the I
in good running order.
Veit Schutz has again come to the res pulls at the ensuing city election on the 4th of
JAMES P. McDANIEL.
cue with a keg of lager.
Jacksonville, Feb. 15th, 1873.
I'here was a pleasant party at Horne’s
For Street Commissioner.
Hall on Friday, 7th inst.
rhe County Court proceedings are un T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN-
avoidably crowded out tins week.
1 didate for the office of Street Commissioner,
Dr. W. Jackson leaves on a profession subject to the decision of the people of Jackson
ville at the polls at the ensuing city election on
al tour to Josephine next Monday.
the 4th of March next.
A grand ball will take place at Horne’s Jacksonville, Feb. 1, 1873.
Hall next Friday evening, 21st inst.
Owing to tlie Circuit Court being in
session, the town presents a livelier aj>- T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN-
, I <)i>iate for the office of Marshal, subject to the
I he man who can’t afford to take a decision of the citizens of Jacksonville nt the
newspaper and pay for it, paid $3 for an noils at the ensuing town election on the 4th of
M uch next.
other dog a day or two ago.
Jaeksoi;ville, Feb. 8t)>, 1873.
A correspondent at Kerbyville re
port a very fine winter thus* far; but
LE( IA L ADVERTISEM ENTS.
little snow or frost, and considerable rain.!
A round A gain .—We are pleased to
notice that Win. Bybee, Esq., who has
been confined for some time to his room heirs of 11. Lauer.
by sickness, is able to be around again.
The Committee appointed to have a ;
l'he new game law protects deer and
base line run for town surveys ami es-1 elk from the 1st of February. Birds are
K illed by a C ave .—Samuel Dewitt
protected from the 1st of April to the 1st FpAKF.N UP BY THE UNDERSIGNED, liv-
was killi'il last Wednesulay. 12th in«t., in tablished, reporteil the work done, and of J uly.
e ing •!) miles north of Ph—nix, two head of
his claim on Foot's (’reek, by the eavinii submitted the Surveyor’s notes and bill j Th«> roads between Jacksonville and ‘e.ittle—one a pale red cow with white belly, mark
of expenses tor the work—?23. An ordì- !
of a bank upon him, while at work.
Roseburg are in a terrible condition, sev-, ed with upper and under slope ir the right ear;
nance establishing said base line and in j oral teams having mired down, while on ! the other a pale red two-year old heifer, with the i
left ear ervppel. They are appraised ut $15 each.
JriiORs.—The following are the Grand itial point was also reported by the Com- | the road.
I. J. PHIPPS.
Jurors empaneled for the February term niittee. The report was adopted and
T. G. Owen has gone to San Francisco! J P. B urns , J. P.
of the Circuit Court : Fred. Heber, Fore the Committee discharged, and the or ¡to procure a press and material for a January 25th, 1873
man; Win. Jones, Tho«. \\ . Anderson, dinance submitted taken tip and passed.
ing at Empire City.
Jos. H. Davis, Joel Dixon, David Linn
The Committee on the application of
Soirees are abundant now. Two were ’ll A KEN UP BY THE UNDERSIGNED, ON
I Mrs. S. E. Overbeck not being ready to
and I bos. H. Louden.
in full blast last Wednesday evening— 1 December 14th, 1872, one red line-back cow,
report were granted further time. A re ! one at Horne's Hall and the other at tour years old, and calf, marked with a crop off
F or M arshal .—Mr. James P. Mc
Veit'« Hall—both of which were well at the left ear and split and under bit in the right,
Daniel announces himself in another port was received from the Fire Wardens, tended.
branded on the left hip with an anchor. The
above ilescribed property cun be found by calling
column as a candidate for ( ity Marshal. which was read and ordered filed.
at G. W. Isaacs’ ranch seven miles north-east of
It was ordered that a warrant be drawn
Mr. McDaniel has held the position for
in Jackson county are m ide out at the Jacksonville.
J. W. PITMAN.
of the Commissioners in Salem, and
February 8th, 1873.
two terms, and has proven himself an
$23, for surveyor’s services and expenses await the orders of the grantees: John
efficient and faithful officer.
1’. Walker and the heirs-at-law of E. II.
C owan ’ s M ountain B ai . m B itters .
The following bills against the town
rp 11 F. UNDERSIGNED having been appointed
A small graveyard has lately been laid _L by the County Court of Jackson county, Ore
—We are in receipt of a bottle ot these were presented : T imes office, publish
out to the south of town. At present
Administrator of the Estate of Wemlelin
superior bitters, manufactured by W. L. ing act to amend town charter, $10 but one slab ornaments it, upon which gon,
Xus, deceased, all persons in iebted to said estate
Cowan, of this place. They are a certain Xinlincl office, bill for the same, $10, is in?cribe«l the single but forcible word arc renueste«l t > settle the same immediate.y, and
remedy for coughs, cold«, etc., and are an with other claims for $13—a total of $23. “Poleeatscentedem.” This is tlie spot all per» >ns having claims ag.iinst said estate are
requested t > present them w th the proper vouch
where a man buried his clothes.
excellent tonic, as everybody avers who Referred to the Finance Committee.
ers to me at my residence near Linkville, Jackson
Oregon, within six inuutbs from the date
has tried them.
The order for the »ale of lots Nos. 2 and
posters distributed about Roseburg the titre ot.
3, block No. 55, to G. II. Noting, passed other d iy announcing that lie would de
CASPKR SCHNEIDER, Adm’r.
G rand B all .—As will be seen by
February itti, 1»73.
at the last meeting, was revoked.
li ver a lecture on Saturday night, and a
advertisement, the ‘•Jacksonville Social
Ati order was passed, offering lots Nos. temperance lecture on Sunday evening,
Club” (formerly the “Young Men's
2 and 3, block No. 55, for sale to Geo. II. if desired. The Roseburgers didn’t de
Christian Association,”) will give a
Young for $15, coin, and all expenses of sire worth a cent, and consequently the V'l'TICE 1.» HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
L.1 en er-igned his been appointed by the
lectures were a lizzie.
gram! ball next Friday evening, 21>t
conveyance to be paid by purchaser.
1 oiuxv Court <«;’Jackson coun’i, Oregon.*Ex-
inst. Good music ami supper will be
An order was made for flic annual elec
C ircuit C ourt P roceedings .—The • ,-ntr.x ot the E-t.ite of Lewis Gaining, dec«a«ed.
provided, ami a gay time may be antici tion for town officers, to be held on the
Ill per.-on- indebted to said estate are requeste«!
following are the proceed!ng« of the Cir to settle the same immc<liately, .ml all persons
pated. Tickets, $2. Every laxly is in
lilt day of Match next, and legal public cuit Court up to the time of goingto pre«.«: ti lling claims .«g.iii.st s.«i«l c.-tate are requested to
vited to attend.
¡«resent tlx tn, with the p opcr vo.iehers. to meat
notiie to be given by po»ting notices at
Officer» present—Hon. P. P. Prim, Cir ii . v iv.-idence in Jacksonville within six months
T he I ndians to be I ndicted BY least ten days before election day. $i- cuit J'iilge ; J. R. Neil, E«q., District !i’l/iii the d ii< Hu v*•.
Attorney; Thus. T. McKenzie, Sheriff ;
ZNXI'.Y GANI'NG, Administratrix.
the G rand J ury .—The Grand Jury is las J. Day, Jamis R. Neil and Edwin
J «jksonville, February Gth. 1873.
still in session, awaiting the arrival of Smith wife appointed inspectors of the
State v». Arch. Chrisman ; indictment
Administrator s Notice.
Mr«. lV»l«ly and other witnesses trom the election, and Max Muller and John Boy- for a»sault with a deadly weajwm. On
Lake Country, whose testimony will lie
motion of tin* District Attorney, this fl’UlE UNDERSIGNED haling Lien appointed
'lite Board then adjourned.
wa- » continued.
I by the County Court <«t the State of Ore-
taken as evidence against the Indians
State vs. James Hards ; indictment for .n. I««r J .sephine county, administrator of the
engaged ill the late massacre, and who
«■state "f J. G. Adam«, «leeeased, all persons hav-
C ontracts .—Sealed proposals will be
will probably be indicted and held ac-
mg claim- ilgain.-t such estate are required to pre-
State vs. Jos. Wells ; indictment for •eiit the-.«me. with the proper vouchers, wit in
received at the ollice of Rufus Saxton,
countable for their conduct.
s;.x m-.nth- from this notice t" me at my residence
Chief Quartermaster in Portland, and at murder. Ca«e continued.
State vs. (’ha*. Wilson ; indictment n Keibyville, Josephine county, Oregon; and
Nor R emoved .—Au article to the ef the office of the Acting A ««¡»taut Quar
.«Il p« r.- ns indebted to said es ute are required to
feet that Gen. Wheaton has been fe- termaster of each post for which supplies for larceny. Case continued.
m ike immediate payment.
State v« . W. B. Datberry ; indictment i
DAN. L. GREEN, AJm’r.
moved from the command of the troops are required, up to noon of Monday, tile
K' rbvville, Jan. 15, 1«73.—14.
for larceny. Case continued.
in the Lake country has be en going the 31st day ot March, lb73, for the delivery,
State v«. Geo. W. Watson ; indictment
rounds of the press. This is incorrect. at military posts in this Department, of for larceny. Case continued.
Gen. Wheaton has only been relieved the supplies specified below; the deliv
State vs. John Moore«; indictment for
S tate of O rkgox ,
from the command of the troops oper eries to commence July 1st, l->7>, am) to larceny. Tried by jury and acquitted.
County of Josephine. j
ating against th«? Mo Iocs l>v Col. Gillem, be made at such times ami in such quan
\ M E.» NEELY. Adinini-trutor of the estate of
State v». J. M. (Tiekett ; indictment
Willi.«in A. Gibson, «leeca.-eil. having this day
ami still has command of the Depart tities as the necessities of the service f««r larceny. Tried by jury and acquitted.
c h li re I tiis final account for final settlement of
ments of the Lake«.
may require during the fiscal year end
-aid e-tatc, all persons interested are notified that
for larceny. Trial by jury and convicted Uotid.'iv, the 7th d iv of April, 1873, lias been set
of petty larceny.
P ersonal .—E. Steele, Esq., of Yreka,
Fort Klamath — 1,(>00 cords of wood ;
is in town, iu attendance on the Circuit
1.7O0 bushels of charcoal ; 500,000 pound»
of oats; Soo,<>oo pounds of hay ; lso,oou
Hon. P. P. Prim returned from Salem pounds of st raw.
(amp l|7rr/o r—1.550 cords of wood ;
bushels of charcoal ; snodino pound»
S. Chase, Esq., of the Alsea Indian
or barley (sacked) : 1,000,0<»0
Agency, one of the Indian Peace C'om-
¡MMimls of hay ; litOjHtit pounds of straw
ini-simiers, arrived here last Motxliy and
Linkrille— 1,150,000 pounds of oats;
proceeded next day’ for Linkville, the l,3">o,ooo pounds of hay ; 325,000 pounds
point designated for the first meeting of ‘of straw.
the Cotnniissitmers. Also Gen. Canby’.
Sealed proposals will also lie received
at Rufus Saxton’s office ami at the office
H ostilities S uspended . — Orders
of the Chief Quartermaster, Military Di
have been issued from Washington to vision of the Pacific, in San Francisco,
Gen. Gillem, in command of the troops , California, until noon of Monday, the
operating against the Modoc«, tosuspend i 31st day of March, 1S73, for transport
hostilities and make such disposition of ing U. S. Military store«, supplies and
his troops as will protect the settlers and mails, during the ensuing year, com
their property, and await the action of mencing 1st Joly, 1873, ami ending 30th
the Peace Commissioners, which meet June, 1874, over the following routes :
at Linkville to-day. Hostilités will no
300,000 pounds, more or less, from
doubt b ■ inaug irated soon again, as it is Portland, Oregon, or Vancouver, W. T’.,
not probable that Jack and the Com to Camp Warner, Oregon.
300,000 pounds, more or less, from
missioners will come to satisfactory
Reno, Nevada, to Camp Warner, Oregon.
200,000 pounds, more or less, from
F or L inkville .—IL II. Gilfrev, Esq.. termi mis O. & (’. R. R. (Cui. branch) to
Private Secretary to Governor Grover, Fort Klamath, Oregon.
200,000 pounds, more or less, from ter
passed through this place last Wednes
C. R. R. (Oregon branch),
day, en route for Linkville. yfr. Gilfrev,
to Fort Klamath, Oregon.
besides being bearer of important dis
200,000 pounds, more or less, from ter
patches to Gen. Canby and the Indian minus O. & C. II. IL (Oregon branch),
Peace Commissioner«, will, whilst at via Canyonville and Grant’s Pass to
the Linkville Land Office, attend to the Fort Klamath, Oregon
200,000 pounds, more or less, from San
proper listing of the 90,000 acres of Agri Francisco, Cal., via Crescent City to Fort
cultural College lands belonging to this Klamath, Oregon.
200,000 pounds, more or less, from
Rtate, the same being located within the
district of lands subject to sale at that of Roseburg, Oregon, to Linkville, Oregon.
Al«o for transporting mails over the
following routes :
T he P eace C ommission .— The Peace
Between Camp Warner, Oregon, and
Commission which consists of Jesse Ap
Camp Bidwell, California.
plegate, R. Case and A. B. Meacham,
Between Fort Klamath, Oregon, and
meets at Linkville to-day. The object Linkville, Oregon.
of the Commission la, we presume, to se
cure peace, hut upon what terms, if se
T own E lection .—As will be seen by
cured at all, remains to he seen. This advertisement, the election for town of
war having been inaugurated, not by the ficers will take place on the first Tues
U. 8. troops, but by the Indiana them day (4th day) of March next, instead of
selves, and the I". S. Government not the first Monday,as heretofore announced.
being as yet “cleaned out” by the hos
tile«, the propriety of our being in such
F or the very best Photographs, go to
haste to sue for |>eace at the hands of Bradley & Rulofson’s Gallery without
those red-handed murderers is not per STAIRS—A SCEND IN THE EL
ceived. The action of the Commission EVATOR, 429 Montgomery Street, San
ers will of course depend in a great meas Francisco, Cal.
ure upon the character of their instruc
tions and upon the disposition manifest
How A ssessed .—Examination of the
ed by Capt. Jack and his followers. We assessment rolls shows that agricultural
can see no particular good that is to come land is assessed at $3.27 per acre in Jack-
from the labors of this Commission, and son county, and $4.50 per acre in Joseph
will be gratified if it produces no harm.
J. B. WHITE,
apart us the day for hiwring ul'jectiviis to the
iiv or I. r of Hon. J. B. SiFEns, County Judge.
C11AS. HUGHES, County Clerk.
(Successors to James T. Glenn,)
CAN HAVE A CHANCE
LOW PRICES WILL WIN.
ri^IIE UNDERSIGNED take pleasure
1 in notifying their triends and the public gener
ally tnat they arc now receiving and opening a very
large au«i extensive stock of
STAPLE DRY GOODS
CALIFORNIA AND SALEM
W k have also in connection with the above a rerj
Large and Extensive Stock of Choice
PAINTS, OILS, ETC,
Window Glass. Nails, Iron and
Steel. Cast and Steel Plows
Wooden and Willow
W are. Etc., Etc.
—EVER BROUGHT TO—
We nre now ready to «ell anything in our line at
lowest cash price. Persons wishing to buy goods
will find it greatly to their advantage to examine
our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we arc
determined not to be undersold by any bouse in
^T*f“Gire us h call, and then judge for yettr-
«elf as to our capacity to furnish goods h « nhove.
WHITE & MARTIN
We keep everything that a per
son expects to find in a first-class
House, and we invite the public
to call and see for themselves.
Goods shown with pleasure.
F15 A X < ( )- A 31 ERI C A N
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
Opposite Odd Fellow»’ Hall,
MADAME de ROBOAM,
B6?“We offer special reduction in
prices to all those who wish to
purchase for Cash their Fall and
fpiIE MADAME takes thi« method of tendering
1 her th nks to the public for the patronage
which ha« hitherto been extended to her, and would
respectfully solicit it.« continuance.
Her table« ¡ire always under her immediate con •
tr<>l : and by her long expeiicnce in.be liu.-ine*«
«he feels confident that she will give entire -atis-i ■
f iction to all
Her bed« and rooms are fitted up
in the most comfortable style, suited to the accom
modation of s nglc occupants or families. Iler
beds arc nlway. kept clean.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
THE CALIFORNIA MUTUAL
TO Bl'V GOODS
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,!
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
FISHER & BRO.’S
FANCY, STAPLE & DRY GOODS'
Boots & Shoes,
SILA« J. DAY, Ex'C’itor. Jacksonville ; ELI
ZA AXN HOXIE, Executri , seven miles cast
1 >1 Jacksonville.
Jael;-oiiville, Feb. 4th. 1 873.
—IN HONOR OF—
A MOST COMPLETE STOCK
Boots and Shoes; 1.allies’. Misses’
and Childrens’ Shoes.
—TO SELECT FROM—
State vs. J. 1’,. Markham ; indictment
for larceny. Plea of guilty entered and
Surplus to Policy Holder«............................. $369.565
remanded for trial.
R iii«> of expcn.-cMo management................
1'oinl expen-e to income.................................
State vs. John Murray; indictment for
Ratio of A««et« to liabilities........................ $300.00 j
grand larceny. Tried by jury aud acquit
I’olieic« absolutely non-furfeitable after one /«//'
payment, and by law exein; t lrom execu- ■
State vs. Jesse Ilonck ; im'ictinont for d I c,‘ . Executor an 1 Exeeutiix of the Estate tion.
selling liquor without li«‘ense. Plea of I >■ Obedi « h 1». Hoxie, ileceaseii, all persons
AH profit.« divided among the n««nrcd.
Premiums payable in gold or currency.
guilty entered aixl defendant lined $50. j hai ing claims against said esta'e arc requir-
Dividend« adile«i to policy or npplicd in reduc
State v.«. Wm. Smith; two iixliet-
I wit hjii six months troin the date of this no- tions of premium«.
ments for larceny. One indictment dis
THOMAS A. BALL. President
tic J to either of us at »ur places of residence,
missed, and defendant acquitted on the I «nd all pprsons indebted to »¡lid estate are re-
S in Francisco. Cal.
R. S. OSBURN, Agent, Jacksonville, Ogn.
'•juiiel to mike immediato payment.
New, This Week. |
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
OF THE BEST QUALITY,
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY.
California St., (first door west of White A Martin,)
.7.4 CKSOX VIL LE. OHI G OX.
Justice’s Court for the Precinct of Waldo, State of
Oregon, County of Josephine. Isaac Thomp
FISHER & BRO.’S,
son. plaintiff, vs. J. A. Kemper, defendant; REALER iu GROCERIES and PROVISIONS,
and Oregon Streets,)
civil action to recover money.
’ll > J. A KEMPER, the above named Dcfcixl
FRUITS IN SEASON,
L ant : In the name of the State of Oregon, you
May l*t, IS69.
I’BAIN and I'
■«re hereby tcqtnred to appear before the uixlcr
signed, a Justice <>f the Peace for the precinct
AND EVERYTHING that can he found in a
nt"r<*s:iid. <>n the 8th «lav of March, 1873, at 10
first class variety store. Pio«lucc taken in 1
o’clock in the forenoon of said day, nt the office
of stii I Ju-ticc in sai 1 precinct, to answer the above exchange. Please give me a call.
itnnx-'l plaintiff in a civil action.
The defendant will take notice, that if ho fail to
answer the c 'tnplaint herein, the plaintiff will take
in Igmc’it iigtiin-l him for one hundred and forty-
AVING purchased Blockwell’« barber shop
four dollars and thirty-one hundredths of a dollar,
— AN D—
in Jacksonville, I am fully prepared to do all
$144.31) with interest from March 30lh, 1872, at
kinds o work in my line in the belt manner and at
| one per cent, per month from «bite.
reasonable pric s.
| Given under my hand this 14 h «lav of January,
a . b M c I lwain ,
ANB BOYS’ AND GIRLS’
RAZORS CAREFULLY PUT IN ORDER.
Justice of the Peace.
I It is ordered by A. B. Mcllw.iin, Justice of the
Call at the «hop formerly occupied by Block well.
' Peace for >' al l«i Precinct, th «t this summons be
! published for six weeks in the D kmocr ATtc T imks ,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
put>li.»hed at Jacksonville. Oregon, the official or- i
1SAAC THOMPSON. Plaintiff.
WASHINGTON’S BIRTHDAY I 1
NEW BARBER SHOP
LADIES’ AND GENTLEMENS’
ftyidtoy g - oobs ,
THE JACKSONVILLE SOCIAL CLUB
READY - MADE CLOTHING,
A G R A N D B ALL!
AT HORNE’S HALL,
ON FRIDAY EVENING,
FEBRUARY 21st, 1S~3.
In Orth's New Building, Jacksonville..
l ODD MUSIC AND SUPPER WILL RE PRO.
T V'ded. Tickets, including Supper, Sg
crybodv i.« invite«! to attend.
HE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IN-
form* the citizens of Jacksonville and surround
ing country, that he is now manufacturing, and
AVING PURCHASED the interest of M. A will constantly keep on hand, the very best of
Brentano in this favorite Saloon, the under Lager Beer. Those who wish a cool glass of beer
signed announces to the public that ho will keep «hould give me a call.
constantly on hand a complete supply of tho best
otice b hereby given that the
annual election for Town Officers lor the town '
of Jacksonville, Oregon, viz.:
NEW MILLINERY STORE,
WIXES, LIQUORS and C GARS,
LL style» of plate work made—such ag That can be procured. Call and te«t them.
G«>ld, Silver, Platina, Alumniutn and Ruh.
Special attention given to Children’»
Nitru» Oxide (bushing gas) given for the
painlegs extraction <>f the teeth.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED from San Fran ch
Will visit A«bland on the l:t of March annually ;
a fine and complete «took o'Hat». Flowers,
algo Kerhwil o on the 4th Monday in October.
Ribbon», etc , of »he Meat styles. and would re-
Call and examine specimen work.
to the ladie« of Jacksonville aad ej.
Office cor. Cal. A 5th gtreet; residence nppogita
oinity that I will ba plaaaed to exhibit the» to
Will be held en tho first Tuesday (4th day) in Crystal A Wright’s blacksmith shop,
those who may favor »• with a oa’1.
be opened at the Town
Mf X- A. BRIJTTARO.
Hull at 10 o’clock, A. X., and closed at 3 o’clock,
gLANKS ! BLANKS! BLANKS 1
HE undersigned, having permanently located
p. M-, of said day.
In Jacksonville, respeotfullv informs the
$5 tO $20 ot worUaf people, of aiditr mou ;
By order of the Board of Trustees.
Ot every kind and de’oriptiou neatly , and prompt
public that ha is prepared to do all kinds of work
----- r -
oroM.mak» uveeraoeey at work for tula UMS
NEWMAN FISHER, President.
moment«, or ell the Sata, thaa at aaythiaf ehe. Pl
jly printed, nt the loweet rates, at the T imes print i in the boot &a<l shoe-making line. Satisfaction
IJ. S. H atdbx , Recorder.
tar, 6r* Xd4-oaa 0. Stic«oo * Co»
ing office. Send in your orders.
Jacksonville, February 10th, 1ST?.
FIVE TA USTE ES,
A MARSHAL, and a
STR I-ET COMMISSIONER.
New Boot and Shoe Shop,