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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1877)
k* hr ^irmo tralir êiwcs.
JUNE 23, 1<77.
Read tho card of Win. Justus.
Read the “Notice to Stockholders”
among the new advs.
Ex Supt. W. H. Vvatkiftds passed
Southward on the stage of Sunday
James Miller has boon appointed
Postmaster it l'rowtisborough, iti this
Lieut. G. S. Hoyle and Miss Carrie
Beach Were married at Oakland, Cal ,
B. F. Dowell has returned home
and (’. B. Wat-on will hereafter assist
him in legal business.
ltev. W. llthl Hirt will hold divine
services at the M. E. Church to-mor
row morning and evening.
Charley Schultz, says the boys on
r mine will soon
wagonr id completed.
!» f * I • busy now, haying and
As a con-e-
prep »ring for harvest.
«¡uence the -tri eta of cur town appear
Read the n
to tho stoekliol iers
Mill Company. It
of the 1*. of
will be found
One of those traveling frauds known
its “gip-ey fortune tellers” has been
swindling the credulous of our com
munity for several days.
Our streets are becoming wofully
dU'ty and every parsing breeze is an
annoyance. But we’ll have to stand
it, we g tc's for awhile, anyway.
Beekman, accompanied by his
wife and d tughter, left on Saturday’s
Mage, !>ound f<n* a month’s vacation iu
San Fram-Hco and surroundings.
Judge Prim lias a few fowls
funny ones, too, as an old lu n
other day hatched < i
with four legs—alive
< ouu’y this w -ek to Imi I court in th it
suburban district. Th py will be gone
M‘vera! wT» ks.
Tiie “J ick-oi’vHh b 5*1 * -.1 Club” will
give a grand l> ¡1 -t th l‘i r rooms iti1 t!:i-'
place on the eV«T iiq F of Ju!y 4<h.
[Written for tho D emocratic T imes .]
The other day Tom. Keating, living
S tockholders ’ M eeting . — The
T II E BEAUTIFUL
LIME FOR SALE,
up at Squaw Lake, took up his repeat
stockholders of the Alden Fruit Pre
BY J. W. M ERKUT.
ing rille and whistling to his dogs
serving Company will tako notice that
started oft to hunt some stray horses.
they aro requested to hold their sec I
Tho Fourth of July is fast approaching, ond annual meeting at the Court House BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE
He followed them down to the Apple
and already our boys and girls are watch
gate and there found two huge bears,
in this place on June 30th, at 1 p. M.,
ing for the appearance in tho shop windows
which he attacked with his rifle. Al of those miniature tire-works with which for the purpose of electing officers for
ter tiring l ight or ten rounds into they are to make merry’ on that festive day. the ensuing year and attending to any HUIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD HERE;
1 by inform the public that he has ONE
them they charged upon him and ran Thinking that perhaps their pleasure may’ other business. By* order of the TIIOl’S A N D BL'S II ELS of s ulterior Jackson
be heightened by' knowing to what sub
Creek Lime for sale cheap. Persons wish
him up a tree. One of them followed stances they are mainly indebted for tin ir Board of Director«.
ing Brick-laying or Plastering done in the
up after him and dragged him down, tire-crackers, torpedoes, rockets, etc., and in
best style ami at reasonable rates will do
G eo . B rown , President.
to call on me. For further information
biting and lacerating him in a ground what way, we will give them, very brieily,
inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
N otice to S tockholder «.—The
G. W. HOLT.
fight, until the «logs got in their work, some information on the subject.
IMPORTED PERCHERON STALLION,
Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1875.
The delight which they experience from stockholders of the 1’. of 11. Mill Com
when Keating succeeded in making these
strange toys mainly arises^from the
his escape. We have not yet learned explosions brought about and from impart pany tiro hereby notified that the sec
ond annual payment on their stock
ing projectile force to burning substances.
the extent of Keating’s injures.
falls due on the 1st day of Juiy, 1877,
T. C. Rcames returned on Thurs The agents employed for this purpose are
gunpowder and nitro-glycerine. With the and it is necessary that every stock
WILL MAKE THE ENSUING SEASON
day from his northward visit. He termer the public are quite familiar, but el
at my stables near Ashland.
holder come forward and pay the
iVEARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO
TERMS—825 the season; or $30 the sea
took a run down the Columbia to As the latter they know little, except that it is
amount due on his subscription. The it all kinds of Painting, including
son, with tiie privilege of returning the
toria and speaks in glowing terms of extremely dangerous. Very frequently we
iiiiire next v< ar to one <>i mv imported horses
Secretary, F. M. Plymale, will be in HOUSE PAINTING,
if she lines not prove with foal this sea
the enterprise and prospects of that are shocked by the news ot some terrible
son—payable in U. S. gold coin or grain at
catastrophe through the agency ot tliis pow Jacksonville on Monday*, July 2d, to
growing metropolis, lie says the fish- erful compound; but as it usually occurs at
reccivu the money.
Good pasturage for mares at 62J4 cents
ORNAM ENTAL PAINTING,
erie. there are iu full blast and thou a distance we soon forget everything about :
per week. No liability' for accidents or
sands of nu n employed therein. Tom. it but tho one fart of its wonderful power—
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING. escapes.
feels the necessity of
In a short time I will issue a circular with
its destructiveness. These two agents, so
1'1.inks that the town of this Slate. similar in their effects, are yet quite dissim some restorative ot the vital powers, de
of several of my horse«, mares
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING DONE.
by mental or bodily exhaustion.
ami view-.of my stables, with a history’ of
If he had Io ked close he might have ilar in their mode of being acted upon, as pressed
In such conditions, let every one, instead ot
Orders from the country promptly attend the Percheron Horse, and why they are pre
seen a crease in every man’s neck well as in their chemical nature ami struc flying to the alcoholic or medi.inal stimu ed to.
ferable to other large horses; hints on
lants, which mtlst be followed by depres
breeding, demand and prices for horses in
made by the anchor ch tin cf the hat
sion equal to their excitement, reinvigorate S K IL L I
-wnerein t hey are dissimilar, ami t he chem
1 have full blood Jersey Cattle of the best
used to keep the wind from blowing ical reasons for the great energy' displayed his deranged system by the natural tonic
elements of the 1’i.tiuviA.x SYRU1*. Sold by
quality for sale. Every family’ that keeps a
c >iv should have a Jersey.
m their effects.
The aboie circular will bo sent on appli
Gunpowder is composed of three sub-
The largest whirlwind we have ever
I nsoliciio«! Testinioiiy.
W. C. MYER.
TO CLOSE BUSINESS!
stance>; saltpetre and charcoal, wit h a small
Ashland, Ogn., March 24, 1877.
¡•’? im ir.i i>. M e ., April 28, 1864.
seen in Oregon pu-<ed down California amount of sulphur to facilitate t!/t’ kindling
men—Setting numerous «•crtilicates
street on Saturday* afternoon, lttliled of t li e charcoal. The lirst is a el/vmieal com m Gentle
th • .V’ctcf J'<f • • >■ endor.'.i’ig the merits
UNDERSIGNED, HAVING DE- I
the street with a cloud of dust which pound, technically called potassic nitrate, of ot the Great Lung Remedy, W istaii ’ s B al milE
termined to close out busincss imme-
sam «« e V’ k . i > C hi rry , 1 ain induced and I
penetrated the stores and simps along wiiieh the prin ipal ingredient is oxygen, take great plea-tire ill
giving publicity to diately, now offers for sale his entire stock
the ether two being nitrogen and potassium, the great cure it :u ecompiished in mv family of cigars, tobacco, pipes, stationery, Yankee
each side and created general havoc ami is symbolized thus: K N 03. It is man- in ;! «• year 18.V.’.
During tlio summer of notions, tanev goods, musical instruments,
among swinging signs and cloth awn ulaetured by reducing the materials to a tine that year my son, Henry A. Archer, now frames and brackets, nutsand candies, jew
post muster in this place, Mas attacked with elry and other articles too numerous to THE WELL-KNOWN DRAFT HORSE,
ings. Fur a few seconds it was im powder and mixing them intimately togeth spitting
of blood, cough, weakness of lungs, mention, AT COST. Sale positive ami terms
possible to seo across a narrow side er. Afterward, by great pressure, the mass iiml general deb.li, liy, so milch so that our cash. Those desirii anything in this line I
b. compacted into a fi”m, hard cake, and family pliysi eiim declared him to have a should call and see tor themselves.
walk. No serious dautage done.
subsequently broken into grains. These
WILL MAKE THE SEASON AT JACK
Jacksonville, '.lay 16, 1S77.
’a! treatment for a num' >er ot months,
The Part! ind .SVii/cctrJ stys that grams, although they appear perfectly ho med:
sonville, Rock Point and Sam’s Val
but r reived no lanctit from it. At length,
April 1st, at the following
trom the solicitation ol himself and othe rs,
Chinamen will build the Sterling
rates : $5, $10 and $15.
.s;e nitrate (saltpetre), charcoal and sulphur. j was induced to purchase one bottle ot
ditch. We have no means of kuow- W herein, tben, lies tliis great energy? To \Vi STAR S >‘AT.SAM OF \VlLl> CHERRY, Wllidl
Turk is 8 years old this Spring. His sire
Arabian, out of a Timoleon mare.
ing how they obtained such inferma- which of these simple substances shall we
Turk’s dam was French. He is a dark chest
__ a short time
him to I is
nut sorrel, with white points, 17 hands
tion, but think it an error From ascribe the power? Wean.swer: To neither, u-aril stute of health. I emi s;.l.
high, and weighs 1,300 pounds in working
what wo have learned tho diteli, as
'i' n. AH combustion takes place at the ex tii n, for it is. I think, all it purports to be—
<’ompetent judges agree that Turk’s colts
soon as sur’’eycJ, will bo let in sec- pt use of oxygen, and by consulting the THi: GREAT I.t’NU RUMUDY Fell THE THIES ! BLACKS M I T II ING !
will compare favorably with anv yet pro
gentlemen, is my
tior.s to the lowest re-pui-i'ile bid 1er, symbol for saltpetre it ’' HI bo seen that we volun'ary oneiii g to you m favor of your
duced in the State, and he is highly* recom
mended by leading stock-raisers of Douglas
where he lias made several seasons.
A norew A rcher .
A SALLOU R MERCH ANTS ARESELL-
nativity of the bidder.
KOBT. W ESTROP.
v ing out at cost ami freight, we are ready
The Meadows, Feb. 1, 1877.
Edward Graubner met with a severe Ucn : lie’
intis: have the cash when the work is com
and p inful aeci'lei t oti Wi-dee-d iy à ich Ill o.\
pleted. Shop on (lie corner of California
and Main streets.
list. Wilde traveling on tbe Stur rlmg
,“’i<* ii ni
SHANNON A BIRDSEY.
roul, a !-w miles from town, his 1 terse cinti
<-teu:L’..sl and f<il, f.iHing upm Mr.
TO THE PUBLIC
r*F V *i f
Gr.tahner a: i 1 di'I-ic.? t .'Ig his s'muldcr i ?'■ elements and its liability to disunite troni !
you ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I
Dr. ' the same iL’leiueiKs tipon thè li’ast provoca
and others,’ise bru i-iing him.
I. all persons traveling and crossing the
tin.’ 1. A s lep upoîi tile l'.oor w ili tlist'iigagtì
<ui Rogue river, at Rock Point, that
Belt attend •d hii 1 and says he wtit 1 • -V »1 t Al ’l l Oil! bO inc ol its
c ¡apoiii'ds and anoiber i
! Jackson county is in no wise responsible for
have been sold the last year, and not one
rQ«:’l be ail !
any accident or loss t ii.it may be sustained complaint has reached us that they* have
■ », \\ c rc 1 its coin htK'ii miii r Gian a gas, '
not done all that is claimed for them. In
We have n.’.ly I’’. » runaways to re Wo ilici re unite it. llcncc il e daiigrr ol j
not standing upon any public highway.
deed, scientific skill cannot go beyond the
hai hlHBg niirojjci:ious eompounds. Now,
Published by order of the County Court, result reached in these wonderful prepara
cord during th • pa-t tt < ck on!v one óf ca< :i i
•a<’k gram, , so apparently harmless,
this9th day of April, 1877.
tions. Added to Carbolic, Arnica, Mentha,
left on eoiua
E. D. FOUDRAY, Clerk.
millions i ot alums ot i .Wj't’ii and
and Witch-Hazel, are other in
gredients, which make a family liniment
of the Ji it rogeii w llicll, upon being treed from WEDNESDAY EVEN’G, JULY *1, *71.
that defies rivalry. Rheumatic and bed
large volumes of gas.
■UPPER AT MRS. VINING’S
err i! ie bondage expand into
ridden cripples have by it been enabled to
PRIDE OF PERCHE,
JSouie portions of
tiie oxygen mute with 'he
\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
carbon (charcoal) forming a third gas—cer
50 IN tho undersigned
have purchased the
I »rent h
b1 >nic acid gas. These g ises, by their im
interests of Will. Irwin, W. F. Brown ami
w. w . Smith in the Courtney, Irwin A Co.
in iisf expansive power, aging almost i.’i-
Sentenced t I
mine in Josephine county’ , and will pay’ all
eate a force w hich
ye irs ea< h at the
debts of said company lip to this date.
produces the effect we term explosion.
D. C. C< >U RTNEY,
Se Vt r; il be ggirs have thrust their
W. M. MURPHY.
J iiee>e atoms of oxygen and nitrogen, lying
I’i T.ot creek, April 16, 1877.
importuniti. - upon oar people during
so closely together, require butasmall tore«
r M il :,.—Mr. J. II. Fisk, the
t<? disengage mem; hence the low igniting NEW TAILOR, SHOP!
the i’i-t wet•k. One of them !ir-t
if 1* r’.i it'd, has eciistiucted pointot guiipowd er.
«•done” the town and then paid his
M All KS,
WAKEN 1’1* BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
'file nitrogen is w.Hing to quit its abode at
■I rig noil ia th it city mr the
L living iu Table Rock precinct, one bay
fare on the stage line “like a little
uf t<*sf!DR stL'ti'des of ores of “lirst notice, mid the great surface exposed I)FCENTLYO SAN FRANCISCO.
horse, liim* years <»l«l, about 16 hands high,
on 'ill sides of so i ny grains renders the f V opened a Tailor Hiop in • lasonie Umid branded on tiie left shoulder with the letter
which can bo woiked by mill combustion complete
ing, (npposd'j the I’ostotbce) ii hero Ire is
in mi instant. The prepared to execute all work in his line in Y. The owner is requested to come tor-
Rev. Bell, Nit. Lingell and the process. He has secured for it the gas di.-cngaged occup
les a space of about a u< rkmanlikc manner, from the cleaning ward and prove property, pay damages and
take him awav, or lie will be sold according
ladies accolli panying them, returned Lest modern tna.’hiiiery to u.-e in con three hundred limes that ut the powder, and repairing of clothes to the
on Tuesday from their visit to the nection with his a-'iyii'g apparatus and if conlined in the space previously o-.--
Manufacture of Complete New Suits!
Willamette. Al! are in good health By these means he can furnish tests cupied by tne powder would exert a press
A good stork of all kinds of Gents’ Trim
and pronounce their visit u very pleas and instructions as to how to work rock ure equal to about three hut.tired times tif- mings
w:,l bo kept on hand. Persons de
teen pounds (pressure ot air per square
siring to make up their own goods can have
most advantageously, thus relieving
tho same cut to order. Samples of goods
Rev. J. R. N. Bell was chosen Grand mine owners of the expense and an tons to the square inch, and when we think kept from which suits can be ordered and
Chaplain of the<:rand Chapter cf R. noyance necessary to ascertain these of such a power lelt to act instantly’ on each mhde
Jacksonville, June 23, 1S77.
A. M. and also Grand Chaplain of the I facts by their own experimenting.
wonder at the result of such power?
Grand L xige of A. F. ¿i A. M. dur The capacity of the mill is about two
P. of IÎ, Mill C p . Notice
The nitrogen acts ay the kcy.sione of the
ing hi-» late visit below. Thomas G. tons per day.
arch, tthicli, being liberated, the structure
tumbles, large (piuntities ot gas are formed, VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA'f
Kearnes was elected R. W. D. G. M.
1N the annual meeting of the stockholders
anti great energy’ is developed, rietuft) to
the 1’. of H. Mill Company will be held
C. W. Savage and family have gone
y ours« Ives an immense limnberof gas mol at the Grange Hall at Pho nix, Oregon, oil
from our gaze to seek a new horn a in cently of San Francisco, has opened a ecules suddenly set free in the chamlxT of Thursday, July 12, 1S77, at io o'clock a . m .,
for the purposo of electing officers and
that beautiful valley where rolls the tailor shop in the Masonic building a gun and animated withall the force and transacting
such oilier business as may
mighty Oregon and strikes hands with and is prepared to receive orders for velocity which energy is capable of come bolero the meeting. All are request
imparling. See these molecules rushing
to be present.
the* blue Willamette as together they anything In his line. He will manu gainst the bail with their whole might, ed Bv
order ot the Board of Directors :
F. M. BLYMALE, Secretary.
go on tiieir clear winding way to tho facture suits to order of such goods as i and, when at last it starts, imparling to the
sea. Good bye ; and may success at customers may select from samples projectile their moving power until it ac-
kept on ’land, will repair and clean all . quires the fearful velocity with which it
i rushes from the mouth of the gun. The
Our M irshal had a funny timo last kinds of clothing, and cut goods to I molecules impart their* motion to the ball VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. S. HOWARDS STORE
IN the annual meetingot t lie stockholders
week with a drunk man answering any pattern ordered for persons to just as one billiard ball imparts motion to ot
the Galice Mil! and Mining Company
the name of Williams,
He—the make up elsewhere. lie will also another. Tne effect is due to the accumula will bo held at the office of the Company’ in
tion ot small impulses; tor, although tho
on Saturday, June 30, 1877.
drunk—had been fined $10, which he keep a gbod stock of trimmings on power imparled by a single molecule may Jacksonville
Bv order of tho President.
J. 11. PENN, Secretary.
refused to pay and was sent up for five hand. Everything in tiie tailoring j be as nothing, the accumulated effect ot mil
days, but managed to break jail. He lino done to order. Givo him a call. lions of these impulses becomes immense.
Caution to the Public.
was recaptured aud ironed and put in
E lection of O fficers .—The Di
From the above it will be seen that gun
to the County jail.
rectors of tho Rising Star Gold and powder owes its power to the rapid forma I T L HEREBY
that my son, W illiam J ustus , has
Wev’e got a natural place of resort,
Silver Mining Company, on June 11, tion of gases. These come principally from absented himself from home without my
the potassic nitrate (saltpetre). The combus
too. It’s a mineral spring—iron and
and that 1 will not in any way
1877, chose the following-named gen tion is rapid, owing to an excess of oxygen. permission,
be responsible for debts or other obligations
«sulphur—about a mile north of town *
tlemen to serve as officers for the en- Nitrogen is the key that sets the gases free, of his contraction.
in Bybee’» pasture. Tne water i-j
WM. JUSTUS, Sr.
Jones, President ; its instability rendering the igniting point
clear »nd cool and nice shade trees sur-
E. D. Foudray, Secretary ; S.-Ji Day, very low.
rouad it E^ry morning a string of
1 wish each boy ahd girl would think just GRA.ND BALL!
Treasurer. The Directors of the (Jem- wiiat takes place whenever a liremracker is
vbftor9 can bv i seen wending* their pany are A. C. Jones, Silas J. Daÿ^L.
All Kinds of Job Printing
___________ John Wintjen b I
N. Browning, D. C. Browning and E. Uuxiig^yv
nitrogen aud oxygen of the
NEATLY & CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT
¡fam Walters and Jim Birdsc/, on
carixnHi’ q id gas is forujud, and how these
osephine C o ., O regon ,
H^Txpaiid with a loud
T iie 4 th at F oot ’ s C reek .- t TI iö * tfireo ga.se.
^orseback, were driving a vicious cow
report and iMn4 e fire-cracker to atoms.
to the slaughter pen Sunday last, patriotic people of tire Noi
end of I
Wednesday. July 4, 1877.
The Times Office
The subject of Nitro-glycerine will bo dis
when she turned and gored the horse the county will hold a gran nel celebra- I cussed iu another sketch.
TICKETS (Supper Included), $2 50.
Farms for Sale.
Jim was riding, striking the animal tion on the 4th at the <rtd ground at
N otice To I eachen «.—There will
just behind the shoulder and barely the mouth of Foot’»^reek. W. M.
Persons desiring to purchase good farms
a public examimition of applicants
verybody is invited , and good of any size will do well to enquire of
fcni^ing Jim’s leg. Tbe horse and Colvig will be tbe Orattir and Thos.
music will he in attendance.
. for teachers’ certificates held in Jack
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon.
jMi^rere upset by tiie force of the Mee, Esq., Reader./ Procession, mu
sonville on Satunlay, Juno 30, 1877.
JVERY description of Cutlery for sale
The horse sic, daucing, etc«»’will be the order of I Teachers will plea-e take nutice and
j cheap by*
■day morMtig but the ridef the day, and a good time may be an- j act in accordance therewith.
ORSE, Paint,Sash,Scrubbingand Black
urrency or eastern drafts
E. J. F arlow . School Supt.
gith only »light bruises.
ening Brushes at JOHN MILLER'S.
wanted lor coin. Apply at this office.
■ ■ — ——
Ä FINE STOCK â LOW PRICES
Jtinstion Haase. . . . . Slate Creek,
throw wav their crutches, and many who
tor years have been atlbcted with Neuralgia,
Sciatica. Caked Breasts, Weak Backs, Ac.,
have found permanent releaf.
Mr. Josiah Westlake, of Marysville, O.r
“For years my Rheumatism has been so
had that 1 have been unable to stir from
the house. 1 have tried every’ remedy I
could hear of. Finally, I learned of tho
Centaur Liniment. The first three bottles
enabled me to walk without my’ crutches.
1 am mendmg rapidly. I think your Lini
ment simply a marvel.”
This Liniment cures Burns and Scalds
without a soar, extracts the poison from
bites and stings, cures Chilblains and
Frosted-feet, and is very efficacious for Ear
ache, Itch and Cutaneous Eruptions.
T he C entavk L iniment , Y ellhw W rap -
I’ER, is intended lor the tough fibres, cords
and muscles ot horses, mules, and animals.
R eap ! R eau !
Rev. Geo. W. Manorkill, Schoharie Co.,
N. V.. says:
“ M y horse was lame for a year with afet-
loqjt wrench. All remedies utterly failed
to cure ami I considered him worthless
until I commenced to us«» Centaur Liniment,
which rapidly cured him. I heartily* reco-
It makes very little difference whether
the ease he “wrench,” sprain, spavain
or lameness of any kind, the effects are
the same. The great power of the Liniment
is, however, shown in Poll-evel, Big-head,
Sweeny. Spavin, Ring-bone, Galls and
Scratches. This Liniment is worth millions
of dollars' yearly to the Stock-growers,
Livery-men, Farmers, and those having
valuable animals to care for. We warrant
its effects and refer to any* Farrier who has
over used it.
laboratory* of J. B. Rose A Co.,
4i> St., New York.
A complete substitute for Castor Oil, with
out its unpleasant taste or recoil in th»
throat. The result of 20 years’ practice by
Dr. Sam’l Pitcher, of Massachusetts.
Pitcher’s Castoria is particularly recom
mended for children. It destroys worms,
assimilates the food, and allows natural
sleep. Very efficacious in Croup and for
children Teething. For Colds, Feverish
ness, Disorders of the Bowels, and Stomach
Complaints, nothing is so etitactive. It is as
pleasant to take as honey, costs but 35
Cents, and can be had of any Druggist.
This is one of many testimonial :
“C ornwall , L ebanon C o ., P a ., )
March 17, 1874. J
“Dear Sir,— I have used your C astoria
in my practice for some time. 1 take great
pleasure in recommend ing it to the prof ewrion
as a safe, reliable and agreeable medicine.
It is particularly adapted to children where
the repugnant taste of Castor Oil renders it
so <iitlicu.lt to administer.
E. A. ENDERS, M. D.”
Mothers who try Castoria will find that
they can sleep nights and that their babies
will be healthy.
J. 5$. R ose <t Co., New York.
FARM FOR SALE.
HE UNDR MGJVT'D OFFERS FOR
sale his tarin situated on Antelope creek,
12|miles east of Jacksonville, containing 480
acres of land, 400 acres being good fanning
land and under fence. It is a good grain
farm and sheep ranch, well watered and
good houses and barns upon it.
TERMS OF SALE—$9 per acre, one-halt
down, the balance to suit purchaser.
J. W. SIMPSON.
N. B.—This land will be sold in smaller
parcels, if desired