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Hotels at The Dulles are pressetl to
DEMOCRATIC TIMES [ their
utmost to accommodate tho travel
ing public. The Umatilla and C’o-mopol- [
FRIDAY....................... DECEMBER 31, 1880. itAn are feeding over 500 people every
«lay, and tho number is constantly in
During the recent cold snap a country
Th* TIWFB hM the l*r*e«l elrenlation
publisher frozo to death while
by any newspaper published be-
•ween Albany. Oregon. and Ked IIIuIT, sitting by his office stove endeavoring to ;
<^U. adtatanee of 500 miles—and there- keep warm on the prom isos of subscrib
Itom olTers superior indnrcmentM to ad ers to pay for their paper. It was a Had
vert is« re. Onr Hat la principally eon- cose of misplaced confidence.
Itaeit ta J net, son. Jaaephine and Lake
Two tramps were given lodgings at a
aanniiea. Business men should take note Mississippi farm-house on Tuesday even
ing, and during the night they murdered
the family ami then set tire to the build- i
ing. Citizens captured one of the nten
an«l burned him at the stake.
A picture hangs in my chamber,
Red Bluff presents this year the extra
ordinary spectacle of a town without a sol
A cherub with tfoatiitg wings,
itary delinquent tax payer. The town
And glorious eyas uplifted
taxes aggregate $5,735 10, every cent of
Tn a dream of heavenly things.
which was collected. The collector must
Rut often it hides in the shadows,
’ be a tough fellow to shake off.
ft withdraws itself from me,
The people of Portland are shocked by
Till a vague and shadowy presence
the announcement that Miss Mitchell, a
Is all that I can see.
teacher in the Chinese mission school at i
Portland, has married Dong Gong, one of
The life fades out of the picture;
I her pupils. The twain have gone to Sun I
And out of the holy eyes
Francisco, and will proceed to Honolulu. J
The light aad the mystic splendor
A wicked Connecticut man being recent-1
Die aa the starlight dies.
ly tnkon ill, and believing he was about j
Gone from the lifted forehead
to die, told a neighbor that he felt the
need of preparation for tho next world
la the beauty seen in dreams,
ami would like to see some proper person
And no more from the floating pinions
in regard to it. Immediately the friend
1 The luminous glory streams.
sent for a fire insurance agent.
But when the effulgence of morning
Bayard lives in a $15,000 house in
Washington. It standsnextto the house of I
Pours into the curtained room.
Edmund’s, a $20,000 building. Senator I
And till, it, frein floor to ceiling,
Morrill’s house is worth $30,000;Blaine’s, '
With a tremulous, rosy bloom,
with furniture, $40,000. Don Cameron’s ;
Oh, then my cherub awakens;
new house will cost $50,000. Melud
It thrills to the linger tips,
Conkling hangs up his benjamin at a res-.
And a radiance warm and tender
Touches the parted li[>8.
The Chinese giant, Chang, who arrived !
in New York Dec 1st, from Liverpool, is
It starts from the dusky shadows,
said to be the tallest man in the world, i
And floats transfigured there,
H«i is nine feet in height, well proportion- :
While a light as the light of heaven
ed, lias small almond eyes, the prominent,
Illumines the wind-blown hair.
cheek bones of the race, forehead broad
and massive,and he wears his pigtail neat-1
The soft eyes deepen and darken,
ly wound upon his head.
The warm cheek flushes with rose,
HARDWARE, STOVES, ETC.
PIONEER HARDWARE STORE.
FARMS FOR «ATT..
Persons desiring to purchase good |
of any size will do well to enquire of
JOHN BOLT, Applegate, Oregon
(Md Fellows’ Building, Jacksonville. Oregon,
LOTS FOR SALE.
MRS. J. BILGER.
t NUMBER OF DESIRABLE TOV,
71 lots in Klippel’s addition to Jacks
ville will lie sold on reasonable ternaa, J
further particulars enquire of
DEALER & WORKER IN
(AT T1IE OLD STAND OF J. BILGER
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc
King of the Blood
California St. Jacksonville,
Cares all disorders resulting from Impurity of the
Illoed, ineluding all Rerofuloui D momcv , Skin
Eruptions, finit Rheum, Swellings, Ilyspepeia,
Liver Complaint, Debility, Catarrh, &o.
Nine-tenths of all chronic and temporary
disorders are caused by disturbance of the cir
culation of the blood, which depends greatly
upon the quality. If impure from want of
proper food, a>r, light, exercise, change of
scene, or from overwork, the whole system feds
jt. Sometimes it. impurity is indicated by one
of the diseases ntnved ; sometimes by a gloomy,
despondent, dull, lazy feeling commonly called
TIN, SHEET-IRON AND COPPER WARE
implying lack of energy, debility, and general
anha|q>inesx. Nothing is so magical in it»
•fleets a* this KING OF THE BLOOD,
at once a tonic and alterative, so called because
it Iona and alters the stagnant functions, and
healthful activity results.
Numerous testimonials—-the genuineness of
which is [yiaranteed by out standing offer of
$1,000 — and full directions can be
found in the “ Treatise ” accompanying each
bottle. Price $1.00 per bottle. Sold by all
dealers in medicine.
D. R Mk’SOM, SoN &
Co., Proprietors, Buffalo, N. V.
PUMPS AND PIPE,
TWELVE HUNDRED FEET OF H'
1 draulic pipe, taj>eriiig from 26 to 8 inch«,
and one No. 1 Giant. Also «>00 feet of b
draulic pipe 13 inches square at the be.
and tapering io 6 incbee. lor termnappi
IM PL EM EN TS, to the undersigned in Jacksonville.
FARM FOR SAT.B.
HUIE FARM KNOWN AS THE JOH'
L. Murphy place, lying in the vicinit
A FIIWT-CI.ASK STOCK OF STOVES I of Bear creek, eight miles from Jackaon vill
and adjoining Major Glenn’s land, ia offere
for sale cheap. I l contains ltA) aures of tli
: best bottom laud and ia well supplie
with living water. For further particulai
enquire at this office.
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Wooden and Willow Ware
STORE ! !
rpHE WELL-KNOWN DESKINS FAR!
I situated eight miles north of Jackson
ville, is offered for sale al a bargain. It eon
tains 300 acres, all susceptible to cultivatioi
.and under fence, la-sides being well water
ed. A good <1 wciling-lmuse and a corn
modious barn and outbuildings are u}H>r
i the faint. For particulars apply on thi
! place to
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
Till with a radiant splendor
The whole fair vision glows.
FARM FOR SALE.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS
POWDER AND FUSE,
FARM FOR SALK.
Fuse and Caps,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Varnishes'
THE BEST WOSTENHOLM CUTLERY
rpHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS HT8
L farm lor sale at a bargain. It ta situated
■ twelve miles north ol Jacksonville, via the
two Tablo Rocks, on lhe north side of
Rogue river, and contains 308 acres of goo«’
¡land, well improved, with an excellent
house and a good orchard. For particular»
apply on the place to
DR. A. C. STANLEY.
T all F igures .—The report of the Com
A General Assortment of SHELF HARDWARE
missioner of Agriculture, recently sub
mitted to Congress, shows a very remark-
O cherub, I heed the omen;
able prosperity in that Department. Al-
Saw Mill For Sale.
The light of thy spirit dies;
Shot, Brushes, Chains and. Hese, I
! most without exception tho agricultural
Too often hidden in darkness
production for 1880 is greater than for
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
The best that is in me lies.
1 sale his saw-mill situated on Evana
1879. Following are somo of the Com
But when on the wings of the moruing
creek, at the Meadows, with or without
missioner’s full figures:
several hundred acres of 1 ind all well tim
The shadows shall flee away,
Products 1879—Breadstuff’s, animals,
FIRST-CLASS MECHANIC WILL I
bered and watered. The mill ia almost
animal matter, etc., $1,919,954,397; 1880,
attend to Job-work with neatness and
I, too, like thee shall awaken
I have secured the services of a First-class new ai d of the latest improved pattern,
$2,000,1)00,000 (estimated) ; valuo of agri
To the dawn of a glorious day.
while the land is secured by U.S. patent.
I will also keep constantly on hand a
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair 'I hcic is also an excellent market lor the
cultural exports for the fiscal year ending
large stock of
June 30, 1879 and 1880. Animals and an
sale of lumber. For further partientara en
ing promptly and in superior style.
J. B. THOMAS.
imal matter, 1879, $146,641,233; 1880,
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO.
Thomas’ Mill, Jackson Co.. Autr. 5. J880
8166,400.428, breadstuff’s,etc., 1879, $210,-
Tho military reserves of tho United 391,066; 1880, $288,050,201; cotton, etc.,
Particular attention paid to Farmers’
States roaches 6,590,000 able bodied men. 1879, $173,158,200; 1880, $221,517,323;
wants ami the supplying of extras fm Farm
FARM FOR SALE.
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
Machinery, and all information as to such
Many a young girl’s life has been wood, etc., 1879, $20,122,967; 1880, $22,-
1 I am receiving and have constantly on
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
hand a lull ami first-class “lock of
wrecked on the waves of a handkerchief. 000,000; miscellaneous, 1879, $53,843.026;
No pains will be spared lo furnish out
I sale his tarm situated mar Bybee’s
customers with the best goods in the mar
A Cincinnati company is making the
ferry, ten miles from Jacksonville,contain
ket, in our line, and at lowest prices.
ing lt>«t acres, 90 acres, being under cultiva
middle soles of boots and shoes out of 492; 1880, $746,967,953; total exports all
tion am! the balance I eing first-class tim
DRY GOODS. Gum Boots. TOBACCO. ber and pasture land. A pood house, bain
—the best in the world.
1880, $823,946,353. This exhibit, the
Don’t eat chestnuts in tho dark. It is Commissioner says, “shows ours is pre I I
Our motto shall be prompt and fair deal
and outbuildings are c< iiiiceted with the
not only unwiso; but it is cruelty to in-1 eminently the agricultural country of tho
ing with all. ('all and examine our stock
place. 'Pitie perfect ami tonne reasonable.
before going elsewhere. Sat intact ion guar
A iso a halt-mici « st in a tl.n shiug machine.
MRS. J. BILGER.
GLASSWARE CROCKERY. Etc., Etc. For tiirtlicr particulars apply totheTlNM
Onions sown now anti protected
J. S. GRIGSBY,
There is no civilized nation in tho West
throughout tho Winter/will givo early on
D angerous L iquids .—Ammonia, es- ern Hemisphere in which the utility <>f !
Central Point P. O.
ions in the Spring.
: pccially the stronger kinds, is very dan Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters as a tonic, cor
7©* Everything sold at reasonable rates.
134 horses on the American turf trotted gerous, a few drops being enough to in- rective, and anti-bilious medicine, is not
Give me a call.
K. KU Bl.l.
a mile in less than 2:30 for the first time i jure a person. When used for cleansing known and appreciated. While it is a med
' purposes it should la) handled with great
during the last season.
especially suited to the complaints gener
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
A new style of dress is now being mado
ated by the weather, be ng the purest ami
bo that the train can be worn or left off, ly in a warm room, lie not breathed in best vegetable stimulant in the world. For
1 In the County Court of Jackson county,
I large quantities and do injury to the deli sale by Druggists and Dealers, to whom
just as tho wearer prefers.
•state oi Orepon.
cate lining of the nose and mouth. Ben apply for Hostetter’s Almanac for 1881.
With the proper embe lishmeata and a zine is a liquid, in the handling of which
In the matter ot the estate of Geo. McKu’
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
good start, there is nothing that will trav much caution should be exercised. It is
HOTEL & RESTAURANT yOTICE IS HEREBY
el faster than a well told lie.
very volatile, and its vapor, as well as the
the administratr*.'. of -aid estate hs
Tho total population of the United liquid itself, is inflammable. When etn-
; tih-d in the County Couit for Jackson Uouti-
Opp. Odd Fellow«’ Hall,
Htutes is 49,939,895. or about 50,000,OüO, ■ ployed in removing grease or other stains
! ty, ( «regoli,In r final account as such admin
tv HERE A COMPLETE AND MAGNTF
istratrix, and by order ot said Court Tuca-
an increase since 1870 of 11,700,000.
tV ice nt assortment of new goods has
• from clothing, gloves, etc., it should nev-
day, th» 4i! day of January, 1881, at the
just been received, consisting in part of
Oregcn, i hour of 1'* o'clock a . v ., is set for hearing
Mirth should be the embroidery of the
JACKSONVILLE, NOV. 7, i
conversation, not the web, and with the near a tire. Ether' is another dangerous
objections t<> said thia! account; and all per-
All Kinds of Groceries,
liquid, and in other than the physician’s
I sons int< rest« <1 in said estate are hereby no-
ornament of the mind, not furniture.
: hands it had best not be employed in the
( tified t<> up] ear and file his or her objections
Fashion says: “Gathero«l waists
to said account on or t>< fore said day.
, household. Alcohol must also be used
still very much in fajror with young
Published in the D eaigciiatic 'I' jmeh bv
with great care, especially at night.
dies.” They are with young gentlemen,
: ord<-r of lion. .Silas J. Day, Judge ot said
Price« from Bl per Hay rpwsrd. Meals ! < ‘ourt.
Sir Astlvy t'ooper'a
iuk I l.odgmg I■>> ■■■si.etl for 23 Cis.
¡SARAH J. McKNIGUT, Administratrix.
Many a politician who has suffered from VITAL RESTORATIVE—The Great En-
a terrible fall in public estimation is now glisli Remedy, lias made more cures of Ner .VI o ill <1 in«»’ 1 ? í i< • tory
BOOTS & SHOES,
CITATION TO HEIRS.
pulling himself together again for a now vous Debility, Spermatorrhoea, Seminal
Weakness, Lost Manhood, nix'iurnal emis
climb to the top.
rpHE MADAME TAKES THIS METHOD In the County Court of Jackson County,
sions, inability for mental labor, desponden
HATS AND CAPS,
of Oregon, silimg
tor probate busi«
1 of tendering her thanks to the public for
A singular thing of the rabbit, if true, cy and other diseases induced by youth
Hess on Dec. 7, 1880.
the patronage whirl) Jias hitherto b«'en ex
and it is said to be, that in Winter not a ful follies and excesses, than al! other med L. S. P. MARSH, Proprietor
TOBACCOS & CIGARS,
tended to her, and would respecllully sollir- In the matter of tin; e- tate of U. 8. Hayden,
single female is ever found, and in Sum icines combined. Why will you suffer?
Send to A. E. Mintie, M. !>., No. Il Kear
mer not a single mule.
To the heir» of Eliza Tuch r, deceated, Earah
ny Street, San Francisco, for the Restora <LL KINDS OF PLANING, MOULD-
E. (•iHHlrich, Fi<t.nc< .<> <'aI i>iioe 1 ></v <1, 1 h r-
ate control ; ami by her long experience in
Th«> total amount of gold received from tive ami be cured. Price, §3 per bottle. 7*. ing, Turning, Circular and Scroll Saw
For more "’Min n third of a centnrvthc
b< il M.
Julia I.. 1 hxt, Eimna E.
Eunqie from August 2<l to l)oc. 15th,1 Four times the quantity, $10. Try a bottle. ing.
.(/. IhiH, and all other heir», if am/ lhei c be
known to’'billons all over tjio world as
was $52,387,500, against $71,332,000 for; Dr. Mintie treats all private diseases success
the only snito reliance for tlio relief of
•>f xftul tdale:
‘ rooms arc titled up in tho most comfortable
PAINTS & GLASS.
fully. Medicines sent secure from observa FURNITURE A ORNAMENTAL CARV
Hccident* mid bain. It is a modioine
the same time last year.
\ «»I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED’”
ING, ETC'., DONE T ) ORDER.
tion upon receipt ot price or U. O. D.
occupants or families. Iler beds are always I Theo. Cameron and Wm. Hoffi*
A convict was married in Bordeaux
kind. For every form of external pain
Children’s Carriages, Velocipedes and
kept clean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS." ecutors of the estate ot U.S. >1?»
Furniture,Sash, Blinds, Doorsand Mould
with the handcuffs on him. He was al
cease«!, have filed a petition, p>
Pills or »olid Mold
. - - -
lowed five minutes with his bride. Threo Are not worth as much lo the victim of
order ot said Court to sell the •
polioemen acted as groomsmen.
property I elonging to said esta.
Dyspepsia or Biliousness as Dr. Mintie’s
FRENCH CANDIES, Etc.
Theen-t half of lhe west hall
A young miss in tho grammar school English Dandelion Liver and Dysp«q>sia
.Mustang Liniment is without nti equal.
liiock No. 2, in lhe t'-wn ot Jai
was asked why laser iu Freuch was femi-
It penetrate, fl. -li and »tutele to
lie undivided ha'i oftheN. '/■
Cor. Cal. <fc Oregon Sts.,
class stock of Goneral Merchandise, which
»ine. After some hesitation she replied
a tl:e very bone— making the contlnu-
E. J ( ot section 36,•< w iislnp 35,8. oi
those employing me, I will furnish all the will be sold at prices
it was “Itecause the boys liked it so well.” diness, rush of tilooil to lhe head, pimples, material required for the construction of
The undivided halt oi lot No. 4 in
Its effeets upon tinman Flesh and the ■ 1
I uallow complexion; is sugar-coated, and no any building, ready for occupancy.
township 36, 8. of R., 5 W., con
Lady Dudley,the most beautiful woman
That Defy Competition
in England, is thirty years of ago, slen
Therefore, notice ta hereby given that I
der, ethereal figure, with delicate fea- j by all druggist«.
The highest price allowed tor country pro
prayer <d said petition will be beard and •
tares, blue eyes, and wears 5X gloves and .
termini d at Jacksonville, in said com.
Health, Ktrcncth mut Vigor
^HS-Give me a call at m v establishment in
and Slate, on Tuesday, the 4th da.v of Jauu
Of the Kidneys ami Bladder always fol
in Masonic Building and be convinced that
ary, 1881, at 10 o’clock A. M., at which tin
Liniment ta needed by pomebcidy in
“Lulia” wants to know how to keep her lows the use oi the great Btiehu Uonipound,
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortmen all parties interested are notified to app«
there is no humbug about this.
every house. Every day brings news of
of furniture, constating of
husband at horn« at night, and an ex
(tie ngoMj- of an awful seatil or burn
and show cause why an order ot sale shot
siibduod, of rlieuinntin luartyra re
change advises her to have female min ease, Dialietes, Intlainmalion, Smarting and
not be made as prayed tor in said petit*
stored, or a valimble hors« or ox
strel shows iu the parlor and beer saloons P rivate D iseases are quickly cured liy it.
Published in the D emocratic T imef
saved by tlic heuling power of this
For Leucorrlxea it has no equa’. Don’t be
tour consecutive weeks by order of 11
iu the yard.
1 persuade«! to take any other preparation.
Silas J. Day, Countv Judge.
Some fellow has figured out that Van Every one who has tried it recommends it.
HENRY KLll’l’EL, County Cler
derbilt's income would allow him to visit For sale bv all druggists. Price §1 a bottle, FLANNELS,
8,009 circuses, eat 10,000 pints «»f peanuts or six bottles tor $3.
STANDS, SOFAS LOUNGES,
which speedily cures such ailments of
an«l drink 5,00«) glasses of lemonade every 1 I I .
the HUMAN Fl.EMI ns
II 1« v it in m t I m in . Stvclllngs, Milt
day in the year.
In the Circr.it Court of the State of Oi
To all who are suffering from tho errors
Joints, Contra« teil IHnscIea, lltirns I
for the County of Jacksoil.
In a cave near Silver Cliff, Col., two and indiscretion of youth, nervous weak-
>in«i Scalda, Cuts, It r u I s c a and
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUFI'S,
Mprnius, l*o i a <> it o ii a liitca «ml
Morrison, Plaintiff, ) Suit in i
bars of gold, $900, were found. Two hu ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac., I
StlnqH, HtHTiK'M», Jjimrnro, Old
man skeletons were found there, too, and will send a recipe that will cure you FREE
' tylbi dt-
Nnrra. I'lcera. Frostbit«-«. Cltilblaina.
John L. Morrison, Defendant. )
it is suppos«*d they are tho remains of
Sore Nlpplra, < akt-tl llreoat. nn«l
DE CHARGE. This great remedy was Of the Best Native Wool,
Imlecd every form of external dis
very early miners.
hand and made to order. Planing done on
ease. It lienls vvitliont avara.
discovered by a missionary in South Amer
kcte C reation it < urcs
At the sehool election at Saratoga.N. Y., ica. Send a self-addrc«sed onvolopo to the
—ANU IilSt’OSING OF TULA! AT—
rpHE UNDERSIGNED IS FULLY PRF.
IN PIIE NAM EOF Tit ESTATE OF ORE-
Sprains, Kwlnny, StitT Joints, »-
threo wonicu were elected members of
1 pared to do ail work in his line in the
1 GONt You are hereby lequireri to ap
l-'oiindcr, Harness Sores. Hoof I>is-
ev . J oseph T. I nman , Station D, Aw
tho board of education. Three men ran York Cits/.
enses, Foot Kot, S«-rew Worm. Scab,
pear in said Court and answer the com
I THE MOST REASONABLE RATES best manner and at reasonable prices.
llollow Horn, Sci utclii », H'iud-1
GEORGE SCI! UM PF.
plaint ot the alsive named idamtitf, tiled
against them, but the women were chosen
Rails, Spavin. ThrnMi, ItiiiRbonc,
yon in the above entitled suit, with
by a vote of 50 majority.
Old Sores, Poll £vil, Filin npon
in ten dsys from the datd'ot tho service of
the SlRlit and every other ulliuent
A New York German was found writh
P.DERS FROM A DISTANCE WILL THE CITY
■ io which the occupants of the £
the summons upon you, if served in th«
ing in agony, recently, on the sidewalk,
Sti.hlr and Stock Yor«l nrc liable.
receive prompt attention. GIVE OUR
county oi Jackson: or, if served upon you
The Mexican Mustang I.lniment
believing he hail taken arsenic, when he i J. ADAMS HAVING SOLD IIIS IN-
GOODS A TRIA L.
in any' other county of this State, within
always cures and never disappoints;
twenty days from the date ot service; oi,if
had only taken powd«u««l chalk; showing ■ II. teresi in the saloon business to James
anil it is, positively,
served upon you out of this State, or Ly
ASHLAND WOOLEN MILLS.
the power of imagination over tho la»<ly. Hughes, his old partner, the firm finds it
AT THE MEADOWS,
publication ot tiie summons, then by the
necessary, in order to close up the business
W. 11. ATKINSON,Secretary.
In Candelaria, Nov., wood sells so lugh ot the firm of Hughes A Adams, to notify
IS NOW FULLY PREPARED TO FUR- tiist day of the next February term of «said
to-wit: the s»-eon<l Monday, the 1.4th
that a man can tike a barrel-stave or tho all persons knowing themselves indebt
1 nish the market with every description Court,
day of February, lSsO. And you are noti
R. .SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN
top of a cracker-box to a saloon and get a ed to them to call upon S. W. Forties, Esq.,
tint fit furnished free, with full in-!
forms the citizens of Jackson ville and
drink of whisky for it, and the barkeeper and make sett lenient, he having been in-
is new throughout and furnished with the fied that it you tail so to answer, for want
structions tor conducting the most
surrounding country that he is now manu
latest and most improved machinery, tliereoUlhe plaintiff will apply to Lhe Court
thinks he ispiakinga mighty gootl bar-j
i ceipl tor all money due our firm.
ensuring the speedy fulfillment of for th * relict prayed for in the complaint,
Hl lHIES A ADAMS. | engage in. The business is so easy io learn, the very bust of Lager Beer. Those wishing
all orders at most reasonable prices. Bills which is for a decree of lhe Court <ii-solving
¡and our instructions are so simple ami a cool glass ot beer should give me a call.
the marriage contract now existing between
At Minneapolis, Minn., has just been
sawed to order with dispatch.
' ; plain,
make great profits
it«*»*, any one can
the plaintiff and defendant, and tor lhe cam
completed a flouring mill which is said to
FOB MAN OB BEAST.
'. No one can fail who is
The undersigned would here thank his (r)l|n the very start,
custody ot the minor child, Wm. Mor
be the largest in (he world. It covers an friends and the traveling community forali willing to _ work.
T sav, for satisfaction is guarante<>d in every
____ . ’ Women
are as successful
rison, and tor the costs and disbursement*
area of 48<).0<k> square feet, or four acres past favors, and rc.-pecttully
tnen. Boys and girls can earn large
of th i> suit.
Table Rock, August 26, 1879.
of surface, and contains 7,757,(•*>• feet of all to call and smile upon "his former col- j «uins. Many have made at th«' business
Published in the D umb ' katio T imes by
league, the present proprietor of the Kerby over one hundred dollars in a single week. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, :
order of Hon. H. K. Hanna, Judge of said
A. J. ADAMS.
Nothing like it ever known before. All
Court, made Doc. 21st, 1880.
The largest casting ever made in Amer
who engage are surprised at the ease and
A. C. JONES,
ica is an anvil block of 160 tons for a 17-
rapidity with which they are able to make
Attorney for Plaintiff.
ton steam hammer, turned out in l’itrs-
money. You can engage in this business pEl’AIRS WATCHES, CLOCKS AND
RFBY GIVEN THAT I
i yoriCE is IT
during your spare timo at great prolit. It Jewelry in the very best manner. All
1N have placed mv notes and accounts in
bnrg recently, it is said that the block
NGT fail to Mme
I the hands of Rennies Bros., who will re«*eive
for <> ur !T|.-e Litt lot
wdl not be cool enough to handle for four rnilE UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY You <lo not have to invest capital m it. We work promptly done at the lowest rates.
1 three and a halt cents per pound, cash, take all the risk. Those who need ready
F kkk tc any
and receipt for all moneys due me. Those
for thirty good hogs, two years old, deliv money, shoul I write to us at once. All fur
knowing themselves indebted are r< quested
ATEST improved Sharp, Ballard, Rem
If you have a silver dollar with an eagle ered al my ranch.
Address T hue «V C o .,
to make prompt payment when accounts
j ington and Winchester rilles, warranted
which has eight feathers in his tail
Dardanelles, August 9, 1880.
I EAVES JACKSONVILLE MONDAYS shall lieeome due.
to be the genuine article, at
P«r sonai or family dm ,
with over 1.200 ninstr»ti<m».
Wo sell *¡1
squeeze it tight. It is worth two dollars.
I j ami Thursdays tor Waldo. Leaves
f oods at wholoaale prices ii> quantities to sail
Jacksonville, Sept. 20, 1880.
Only 350 of them were struck off at the TpLUriNG machines, |M»lishimx iroiis- lU'r nails, wroi
Waldo Tuesdays and Fridays.
The only Institution In Atn*rlea
Who m:<ke this IlK-ir special ioi.lneax AddroM.
mint, when it was discovered that an 1 clothes wiiugers, wire clothe» lines
' nails, linisi;
ERY WARD *( (>.,
I steel sludges, hickory pick ami axi gers. Express business promptly attended
\iii H n-.in eagle cannot lxavu eight feath .iud bcrubbing brushes al
hi.rse-.shue mul â
*ai ts «ari Wsbuii a vo..chicogok l>
ers in un> Lui.
GREAT SLAUGHTER of PRICES
E. JACOBS’ STOKE
Furniture, Sash, Blinds, Doors
Beautiful Ladies' Hats & Flowers,
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS.
WOOLEN MAN'FACTURING CO.
BARBER SHOP & BATH ROOMS
WALDO EXPRESS. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.