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< 1IINF.NK QI USTION IX CW.MiRIAN.
T. G. REAMES.
E. R. REAMES.
PIONEER HARDWARE -c
The House Committee on Labor and
IN 1’RK'ES AT
Education have adopted a report argu
Official Paper for Jackson. Josrphint 1 Lake.
ing against Chinese immigration and matter tho Investigating
casts the severest censure upon every
MRS. J. BILGER.
lingame treaty. It is the strongest man connected with the affair known
expression of disapproval of a continu to have a consistent Dem«>cratlc iecord,
I while Republicans and vacillating
al i n of the Mongolian curse now af j
AT THE OLD STAND OF J. BILGER
Tt is amu-ing to read from our
flicting this country that has ever been , Democrat«, equally culpable—if there
two county cotpmporari« s their claim*
Decline, Mu scular Weakness, Lost I
made in Congress The report was beany cupibility—are either passed
BY ADOPTING A
Manhood, Ilefective Memory, Paralysis,
to political independence. Under its*,
written by Albert S. Willis of Ken
Despondency ami all conditions produced ,
California St, Jacksonville,
former management it is true the
tucky, and is signed by Goode of Vir washing proces«. This is conspicuous by youthful indiscretions or excesses in '
' mature years. Price, 8:1 a bottle, or four Jacksonville,
Oregon. CASH lì AîSIiS !!
Ashland paper maintained a character
ginia, Southard of Ohio.Bright of Ten ly true In tho case of Col. John E. times the quantity tor $10. Sent to any ad
of independence on political questions
nessee, Bell of Georgia, Manning of Ro-s, who held the position of Briga- dress by Proprietors,
by devoting it» columns exclusively to
dier General during that difficulty
Mississippi, Iz»ring of Massachusetts,
READ HIS CASH PRICES.-
local and miscellaneous matt«r. Since
and who knew, or ought to have (Graduate University of Pennsylvania, late
Catnpnell of Pennsylvania and Has
Ita late transfer to the parties who now
resident Surgeon Orthop«edic Hos
known, all about the conduct of hi*
TIN, SHEET-IRON AND COPPER WARE
kell of Kansas. The members of the ,
Irish Poplin, per yard................................ $1.50
control it, however, that paper has
subordinates. It is a poor coiuplimeni
' Black Alpaca ” ‘ “ ..................................... 50e
Committee not signing the report ar<
manifested an unmistakable tendency
to the Colonel for his friends to affirm No- 11 Kearney Street, San Francisco. ■ Melange, per yard............................................ 25c
Fuller of Indiana and Hungerford ot
' Double width dross goods, per vard.... 37/i<-
TO BE HAU OF ALL. DRUGOISTS.
toward assuming the role of a Repub
that he knew nothing of the transac
1 I'nbleaehed Muslin, per yd.10«! upwanl
Mr. Fuller declined to I
KAYIN A CO., of Portland, Bleached Muslin, per vd............... 10c
lican organ. Of course wo find no fault
tions of the Quartermaster's depart HODGE.
Agents tor Oreg«»» ami Wasliiiiiiton
sign the report because he doubted tho
Ladie’s Hose, 8 pair for.............. $1.00
with its managers for any course they
ment connected with the forces over
Kid Gloves, per pair........................ 75c
power of Congress to modify a treaty,
Felt Skirts........................................ $1.00
may see proper to pursue. In fact, it
which he held supreme command in
DR. MINTIE’S large HOSPITAL EX Children’s corset waists.............. $1.00
and Mr. Hungerford because be was
is none of our business and we simply
both cauip and field. Such assertion* PERIENCE enables him to treat all diseases Embroid. Table Covers................$2.50
'opposed to further action. Hungerford
of a delicate or private nature in the most Laces 8c.. Embroideries pr vd...l2’i “
refer to the anlject as a matter cur I
detract from the military fame which scientific manner. Charges reasonable.
Sleeve and Neck Kuching.........25c
is a Republican and Fuller a Democrat.
PUMPS AND PIPE,
Ofliee hours—10 to 3 and 6 to 8 evenings:
rent in the journalistic history of the
the Colonel has long been accorded by
Of the members signing the report six
Sundays 11 to 1 only.
Ladies setts from $! 2.50 up to $25.00, and
county. But, as an humble yet faith
the public. To say that over $13,00©
other Jewelry cheap.
are Democrats and three are Republi I
ful exponent of Democracy, we desire
could be filched from the insignificant
M EN’S CLOTHING.
cans, as follows: Willis,Goode, Bright,
to say that we never expect assistance
j Suits for.......................................... $12.00 upward
stores furnished l»y the State for the
Bell, Manning, Southard, Democrats,
s Hats, each..................................... 1.00
from our Ashland cotempnrary in a
use of the volunteer forces engaged to
i Boys’ Hat*...................................... _ LOO
against Loring, Campbell, Haskell,
Blanket-lined Duck Coats.... 5.00
party contest. Nor do we desire it,
a«si«t in subduing the Mo Iocs without
Republican*. The report is as conclu
Boots and Sho<«s sol«] at the lowest prices,
for the reason that we wish to see ev
the knowledge ot the officer holding
ami everything else in proportion for cash.
sive in argument as it is decisive in
ery paper in the State adhere to the
chief command, Is toassert that thatolfi
A full assortment of Groceries, Tobacco,
i's stand against Chinese immigration.
Cigars, Pipes, Combs, Purses, Cutlery and
TO SELECT FROM IN
principles of the party of its choice.
cer was deielict to his duty, either wil
j Holiday Presents.
We observe a’so that Horace Davis’
THE BEST WOSTENHOLM CUTLERY
We can only imagine how humiliating
fully or through ignorance; yet the com
milk-and-water amendment, that a per
Any One Store in Southern
I mittee so affirms and Uol. Iloss affixes
it must be to be forced to assume the
capita tax be substituted for other
regonian - P ocahontas tribe
Independent dodge solely for the pur-
his sign-manual to the affirmation. We
No. 1, Improved Order ot Red Mett,
Oregon or Northern
POWDER ANL FUSE,
^TGIVE ME A CALL.-S^
penalty, was not adopted by the Com
p< sc of maintaining a precarious exist
are not disposed to deal harshly with grand ball at Yeit Schutz' Hall on the eve
mittee. The bill, as reported, provide*
Col. Il<>ss, but must be permitted to ning of
that no master of a vessel shall take
But the Claim of our local cotem-
say that, inasmuch as he was a mem
1 Gin nil Assortment of SHELF IIAÙOWARE;
February 2Ft, 1879.
on hoard at any point in China more
porary to political independence is
her of the Investigating Committee
Music by the Jacksonville String Band.
than fifteen Cliiut.se passengers wit'»
and T. A. DAVIS A CO.,
provoking!}’ funny. The leopard may
which examined into the conduct of Supper will be served at the Hall.
intent to bring them to any port in
Floor M<ni"<!• rx— E. D. Foudray, Chas.
change his spots and the Ethiopian
those in authority during lhe Modoc
OCR STOCK CONSISTS OF
the United States. The violation of
Nickell, J. C. McCully, T. J. Kenney and J.
his skin; hut pardon ns for not being so
W HOL E S A L E D II U G GIST S,
war, and considering the fact that he II. Penn.
this provision is made a misdemeanor,
Cmnmittee of Arranyrmcntx.— C. W. Sav
credulous as to believe that our neigh
was chief in authority at that time,
punishable by a fine of $100 for each
age, II. Pape, I>. Croitemiller, G. \V. Elliott,
A FIRST-CLASS MECHANIC WILL
bor could be induced to “abandon”
92 & 94 FRONT STREET
there is now a fine opportunity for him E. H. Autenrieth.
Jl attend to Job-work with neatness and
passenger and imprisonment for six
the Republican party under any cir
to rise and explain.
TICKETS. INCLUDING SUPPER. 43.
months. The positions assumed may
I will also keep constantly on hand a
Its ¡miep%pdenco ex
Again, in the matter of the Deaf
large stock of
be classed under three principal head.*:
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, CASHMERES.
tends only so far as it entertains a hope
Mute School: Rev. I’. S. Knight, wh««
First, that Chinese imm’g'alien is un
AND DIAGONALS, SILKS AND
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO.
of inducing a few disaffected Demo
SATINS, BOOTS A SHOES,
desirable; second, that no principle i*
1VE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
crats to vote with its party again for
Particular attention paid to Farmer«,*
i tt a complete stock of
performing a duty more ornamental
( LOTHING, ETC.,
recognized which compels one nation
wants and the .supplying of extras for Faria
tho purpose of retaining the county of-
Machinery, and all information as to such
to receive undesir ible immigrants from than useful, is passed over with acorn
articles furnished cheerfully, on application.
ll'-es. Hid tho Republican party a
another nation; and third, that Con
No pains will he spared to furnish oar
safe majority in the county tho mask
was before the committee to show th it
with the best goods in the mar
gross has power to modify or revise a
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES
ket, in our line, and at lowest prices.
of independence would be discarded
the most fatiguing duty he performed
M’E CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
Agency of the PACT .-'I(' RUBBER PAINT
' I t 'adie* to t he fact that we have nowon —the best in the woild.
like the weeds of a hired mourner.
was to draw his salary regularly and qiHE undersigned HAS N ow on
An able writer commenting upon
hand th«« largest and best selected assort
I hand the most complete ami best stock
< >ur motto shall be prompt and fair deal
•‘When the devil was sick the devil a saint
secure $100 for some nom of millinery g<><»<ls ever brought to Ja<«kson
ment of I.A DI ES' 1 »RFSS G< >< »I»s an«l F AN ing with all. ( all and examine our atoek
ville, cotisisiing of
g ’L. i . s ' nijxi ///;, W IS DOW GLASS, j c Y G< >< »DS of every descript i«»n in Southern befoie going else« here. Satisfaction guar
When tho devil is well tho devil a saint on words.” They are a promi-etothe inal service performed by his wife.
i »regon, ami we will henceforth make this anteed.
MRS. J. BILGER.
• is he.”
line of goods our si»ecialtv and sell them at
workingmen of this coast that the sys Rev.Mr. Knight is a Republican,which
There is such a thing as an inde
PAINTS. OILS AND
Flowers, ribbon«, lace«, noektics, gloves,
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
tem of free labor, under which every is all that can be said in expliiution collars and cuff’s, etc., etc., which will be
pendent party organ, and tho T imes
To the gentlemen we will say, if you
family has a ho ne and every child the
PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
lays claim to that proud distinction.
; w ant a No. 1 St IT OF CL( »TH ES you must
privilege to attend school, shall be pro
Sewing Machines for Sale.
i go to Kearnes Bros, to buy it, as weelaim to
We shall adhere to the principles of
We have no disposition to shield any
i have the best STOCK OF CLOTHING in
committee of eleven Con
1 have also on ban«! a number ot tho cole
Democracy as wo understand them,
Jackson "ounty and will allow no one to un
front as many different guilty person and desire to see all such (»rated N»*w Wilson, Whit«* and Howe Sew
and never expect to be forced to aban
LUBRICATING OII.S, ETC. ETC.
ing Ma«-hines, which 1 will ^ell cheap tor
divided as to
cash, or exchange for «grain.
ber of our firm from FI RST CLASS Hol'S-
don them. Men may prove false ami
M Its. I. W. BERRY.
ES in San Francisco and New York, and we
agree to a report, in which the gent public will not, however, shut
g> astray,an»l good men may pass away,
warrant every article and sell them ri’llls WELL-KNOWN MARKITT, OP-
r«N-Solo Vzont* for Oregon for tlieceh«-
absolute right and complete power to
cheaper tor cash than any house in county. I posit«« Kahler A' Bro.'a drug »»ore, is
but ••principle.** never «lie.”
We also keep on hand a full stock of
better prepared than ever to furnish Uw
stop this obnoxious immigration is un cies contained in the report of the
kills Ticks, Lice atei all parasites on sheep,
pulilie with the choicest quality of
A Fit mil.y Squabble.
equivocally maintained. The dissent
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
Just at this time there is a fierce ing members are but two, and one of member.
THE JACKSONVILLE SOCIAL CLUB
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, G LASS WARE,
fight going on in the Republican camp them only dissents as to questions of
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
NEW THIS WEEK.
of this State over the Portland Post law or to the relative authority of treat-
Bacon, Salt ICaatar
Office. The present incumbent, Geo. ■ ies to legislation. The argument of
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS,
E. Cole, has incurred the displeasure the majority report is that, legislation
Sausage, Lard, Etc.
OST, ON Tl ESDAY
AT TH El R HALL
Farm anil Freight Wagons.
J. W. ’11X\IV(..
of the Federal ring, which is making and treaties being equal in authority,
J stone of a finger-ring bearing tho in
The most favorable inducements offered
mrn ro/<t,” with '72 cut in On Saint Valentine's Day.i
to patrons, ami no effort will be spared
for his scalp with a vengeance. The the latest expression of public opinion ceiitre
of stone. A reward ot 8|(| will be
toward giving general satisfaction.
Oreyouian supports Cole—not that it is the one in force. As one law annuls paid upon the delivery of the same to
FFKKI AKY 11. 1S79.
AYING LATELA’ FITTED UP THE
‘GEO. E. STRONG.
hates him less, hut because it despises all that is conflict ing in u previous law,
commodious barn <*n the School Hon*«*
for yourselves as to our capacity of
Flat and in tho rear of the Court House. I judge
Senator Mitchell more. Geo. A. Steel is so does a law modifying a treaty which
furnishing goods as above.
1 gage«l tor th«« occasion and no pains
Tin* wav to make money is to save it. To
said to be an applicant for the position experience has proved objectionable.
will be spared to make it a thorough iness in my I n > with promptness and di*, save it buy cheap. To buy cheap pay ('ASH
4 LL THOSE OWING INTEREST ON success. A conlial invitation is extended to patch and at the most reasonable rates.
for vour goods ami buv of
and, inasmuch as ho passed sooth A somewhat pointed rebuke is admin XI School Fund notes, either through the
about two weeks ago and has not yet istered to the State Department for its purchase of land or on borrowed money,
jriTTiekets (without supper), $1.50.
art* requested to settle the same at once and
The Stable is furnished with the best ani
returned, it is surmised that he has inactivity in the matter. The purpose save cost*.
EOOTS AND SHOES,
mals and most substantial buggies; also a
gone to Washington to present his of this is not to bo construed as a cen
Horses boarded, and the best care be
claims at the mercy seat. The public sure of the State Department, but as an
stowed on I hem.
feels but little interest in the matter, as argument why that Department should
Satisfaction guaranteed in every instance.
J. S. HOWARD’S!
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
Ever Known in a Regular Business,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Varnishes
Which will be sold at Lowest Rates.
HODGE, DAVIS & CO.,
ALL FOR CASH!!
FALL & WINTER DRY-GOODS
A GRAND BALL!!
LATEST A li RI \ ALS
INLOW &, FARLOW,
Give me a trial and judge for vourselve*.
I ’EEPS ONLY THE BI>T QUALITY
it is merely a bread ami Gutter squab not be entrusted with the final settle
J. W. MANNING,
l\ of Boots ami Shoes, and offersthem tor
DI< UG G ISTS A A POT 11 E C A R I ES,
Jacksonville, Feb. 1, 1878.
ble in the ranks of the “mercenary tnent of the question. Five different
sale as cheap as th«* very cheapest. No
»of Jacksonville, ami l'a miles north of
Imuse in town can undersell me. 1 will al
sessions of Congress, covering a period
so warrant my goods against rips, and will
EEP CONSTANTLY ON H AND A COM
of ten years, have awaited action by
repair gratuitously any that may occuir in
Another Aar row G rii ^ c Kailroad
Merchant and Exchange Business.
plete ami first-class assortment of
....... I* that I sell. Call and I will convince
the State Department, and waited in
•iriigs, patent me<licines, perfumeries, toilet
you that I sell cheaper than any house in
The friend9 of the proposed narrow
paints and oils, pure liquors, etc., FLOUR. GRAHAM, CORNMEAL AND L1ROM PAST EXPERIENCE, I CANNOT
vain. For ten years the Pacific Coast articles,
which will be sold at rates to defy competi
oiler less than
gauge road from Springfield, Lane
Best Philadelphia Calf Boots made to or-
has been asking restrictive legislation, tion. *ii..(»ive them a call.
30 pounds of flour, 2 pounds short« and 8
der tor $s and $9.
county, to tide water at, or near Port-
60 CENTS PER BUSHEL
pounds bran given per bushel of good wheat
Repairing neatly ami promptly done.
and each Congress has found their ap
I. nd, nay they have assurance that so
of wheat, anti farmers can have their choice
peals unheeded. The report now urge*
Sacks with our new cl Ton them furnished of either e* change or sell their wheat at rjlHE I’NDERSIGN’ED takes pleas
soon as $2,000 per mile can be secured
at low rates.
I nr«* in announcing to th«« public t hat he
m irk««t prices at my mills.
action on the part of the law-making
CHOICE MILL SITE, INCLUDING
Mv brother, G. F. Billings, will have
has just r<«»«ei««■<! a complete an<i lirst-class
from tho people, capitalists will i?n me
a heavy frame building 21 feet square, charge of the business, being assisted In
power. The people of this coast now
assortment of Gent's Furnishing Goo«ls,
with a set of Frcn'«li burr«, mill race hav competent miller*. Everything warranted
diately complete and equip the road.
NEW IIKANIIN OF Fl.Ol K.
such as Hat«, Shirts, ('ndei wear, etc.; best
call with one voice upon the Pacific ing a capacity of 2,000 inches of water which as represented. SARAH A. FARNHAM.
brands of Cigars and Tobacco; Pipes, No
How easily that amount per mile could
i* available at all times of ¡he year, with 1»>
which will excel the old ones.
tions, Fan<«v Goods, Glassware. Crockery,
delegations in Congress to stand by the feet
drop. This mill is situated in the be*t
It shall a)wavs be mv aim (ogive the full Musical Instruments. Bird Cages. Station CENI KAI. POINT.
l»e raised on the proposed road from
* P. W. OIAVELL.
committee’s report, and have faitl wheat-growing country on Applegate and
ery, Pocket and Tabic Cutlery, Albums.
this valley to tho coast if those who
17 mile* «listant fr«»m the nearest (louring
Phn-nix, Aug. 9, 1878.
Toys, Candies, Nut*, etc., w hich will I m * sold
that at last justice will be done them mill. For further particulars enqmre ot
at the cheapest rates. Give me a call and
would profit most by the enterprise
ED. HENDRICKS, Applegate, Jackson
tUHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
see for yourselves.
1 lire in announcingto the public that he
should lake hold of the matter in ear
F. BRECKENI ELI».
has engaged the services of a work
nest. The people should not
Several inerub *rs of Congress, now
man who has had a large experience in the
Notice of Final Settlement.
ironing of carriages, wagons, etc., and the
WJLG O?< - AFA KER,
their interest in this important matter in session at Washington, have parsed
shoeing of horses, esi»eciallv raceatock. He
to dig until the construction of the to the other shore, notal ly among
is now fully prepar««! to all work in hie
for the County of Josephine, sitting in J acksonville.
in a tirst-claas manner and at reasona
road is assured.
whom are Hon. G. Schleicher of Tex
All work guaranteed,
as, H<»n. Julian Hartridge of Georgia, In the matter of the estate of Evan Taylor,
Klaiitc's « o : ii ni lite«*.
(iive me a trial.
JN CRONEMILLER'S BUILDING, IS FOURTH STREET, JACKSONVILLE.
Hon. Beverly B. Douglas of Virginia, JAMES NEELEY, ADMINISTRATOR milE UNDERSIGNED IS fully PRE- I in receipt ot a full assortment of material
, . „ . , !iEO- U. MERRIMAN,
Senator Thurman has furnished the
pared to do all work in his line in the
< entral Point, Dec. 24, 187«.
ami prepared to do all work in his line on
and Gen. A. S. Williams of Michigan i»‘ of said estate, having tiled in said Court best manner ami at reasonable prices.
Blaine committee with three install
short notice ami in a workmanlike manner.
bi* tinal account tor settlement, and also
They were all men of ability and praying for an order for setting the time for
Vehicles of every description made to order.
aving taken charge of the
ments of affidavits proving fraud on
reasonable and satisfaction guaran
GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES I
shop formerly oecupie«! by Dan. Crone
character, and most of them mem
given that sn'<l tinal account will be heard ('an be had at this place at all hours of the teed.
the part of Republicans in Florida,
miller, situated north of Cardwell’s Livery
Repairing a specialty.
bers of the Foity-sixtb Congress. ami determined in‘•aid Court on Thursday 'lay.
Stable, I am now prepared to do
during the Presidential controversy.
S. p. HANNA.
April lo, 1*7!», at 10 o'clock a . m ., at which
Peace to their a<hes!
Jacksonville, November 5, 1877.
time all persons having any objections to
UENEIAI. III.At KNMITHING
The Blnino managers are now realiz-
E. (’. Loan,
Frey’s Boot and Shoe Store,
| said final account and settlement must then A. P. H otai . in «»,
42!» Jackson St.,
25 Front St.,
• ing that in a contest like that «» which
ami then* make the same.
( a 1.1 form i a S treet
Published for four consecutive week« bv
My terms are reasonable. Satisfaction guar
they ate engage! there are blows to
The Silem Mercury alleges and by order ot Hon. T. F. Flovd, County Judge
anteed. Give me a trial.
A. P. HOTALI1NG & CO.,
receive as well as to give. So far not figures proceeds to elucidate that there
CHAS. HlT.IIEs; Clerk.
j.*3~ Horse-shoeing a specialtv.
CANDIES <k NUTS,
a single fact has be >n substantiated; are some alarming discrepancies in
Jacksonville, Feb. IS, 1878.
IT AX ING PERMANENTLY IXM’ATEI>
FIXE M IXES AND 1.IQI OKS.
going to show that the charges pre the report ot the Investigating Com
I lhe un‘ie,wned re-
Solo Agents for the
SL.I Tv ,h.e pubIic U,at
ferred bv Blaine have uo foundation mittee as compared with original doc
G. T. MERRIMAN,
BARBERSHOPS BATH ROOMS
Oregon in Congress.
uments examined. The Committee
is called upon to rise and explain it
self in various instances.
On th© 13th inst. Senator Grover
presented a memorial of the legislature
of Oregon asking Congress to make an
appropriation for the permanent im
IlAS JUST RECEIVED
—ANI» AT —
provement of the Lower Willamette
and Columbia rivers. Aho a memo-
THF LOWEST RATES,
ritl from the same legislature asking
—is at —
C tngreis to throw op n ti.e Umatilla * FULL AND CHOICE COLLECTION
Indian reservation to publ cselllement, A at the very lowest price. Call and
see for vourselt. I laeeof business ,>pp<>*. c
on the ground that the Indians are de- ¡Cardwell
’s Livery Stable. Repairing of .ill
terlorating by contact with the whiles, kinds promptly ami satisfactorily «lone
An Assortment of the Best Jewelry
THE BEST STYLE
.T. It. CUTTER
HAVE A VERY GOOD ASSORTMENT
of the above goods, which 1 will sell
OLD BOURBON WHISKY,
FARM FOR SALE.
And W. J. Lemp’s St. Louis Beer.
prepared to «lo all kinds of work in the l»oot
and slm,« making line Sat isf^tiim guarnì
Cor. California and Oregon Sts., Jacksonville
GEORG« W. FREY.
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
HIHE UNDERSIGNED offers for
1 sale his ranch situate«! on Sterling creek,
containing 164 acre«, all under fence. For THROUGH TIC KETS, 12J C ents .
ty acre* are under cultivation, with plenty
of vegetable land; a good orchard, living wa
ter on various part*, plenty of timber and
tine stock range. U. S. title. Inspection pHOICE WINES. LIQUORS AND CL
gars constantly on hand. The reading
THOS. H. GILSON
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi-
E\V Guns made to order and repairing ealsand leading papers of the Coast.
properly done by JOHN MILLER. ”
JJOM DLR—Giant, Blastingorgun powder,
LL KINDS (>F PRODUCE TAKEN
O yor. want protection? Buy a I’istol or 1 all kinds, ami caps ami fuse, for sale i i
tor work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Knife, or both, of JOHN MILLER.
quantities to suit, by
GEXEH.IT. HL.lCKSXL'l U
I Ht t««f \<E «icveti
" ELE miles
ville, are now prepared to do a
Merchant and Exchange Business,
ot simitHand eight pounds of bran «riven
per bushel of u <>« m I wheat. Fhrnr sa«'^'«
,n,Mo,ner* furnishing sack«.
■ ati taction guaranteed in all instances