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THE OREGON SENTINEL
Wednesday, : September, 25. 1878
.fl. M. Pe Mencill & Co New Tnrk
Geo. P. Rowell & Co New York
Rowel 1 & Chessman St. Lonia
L. P. Fisher. Snn Francisco
S. McCalliater Galice Creek
M. E. Cnoncn Relieions cervices every
Fondiy at the ntial hnnrs, by the Reverends
A. HardiFon, IV. Hurlburt and M. A. Wil.
Oatiwuc Services. Services -w-il I be held
Jat the Catholic Chnrch in this place, every
s'Sonday, at the asnal hour? in the morning and
evening, Rev. Father D' nchet officiating.
M. E. Sunday Smoot. Reenlar meeting
1 evry Sand ay afternoon nt 2 o'clock.
Catholic Sunday Sorrow.. Regnlar meel
vgn every Sondoy afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Focxd. A small lOckef memoran
dum boob "was found on our streets one
tlay lastrveek which the owner can'have
by calling at this office.
for lumber are entered in the book.
Passed. The amendment to the
charter of Jacksonville, introduced in
the lower house by Representative
- Kahler, has passed both houses, and
" now awaits the signature of the Gov
ernor to become a law. One of the
provisions of this bill is to give the
Board of Trustees authority to np-
" point the Street Commissioner, in-
' stead of electing him attho general
2tly election, as heretofore.
Social Dance. A dance will be
held at the Club Rooms in this place
nest Friday evening, the rnusio to be
'furrai 'bed by Prof. Scott, of Eureka,
'Oil., assisted by some of our local
'music; 'ans. We learn that he proposes
giving, a number of soirees during the
KidBiinTf; Winter, probably one each
Veek, ; nd we hope to see all of the
yonng fc 'Iks present, as this is their on
ly gouroi of amusement during the
Winter bi -sason.
... - . .
Contrac its were list weak let for
furnishing barley to the different stage
utationsin this vicinity by Wm. Csrll
Division A gent of the 0 & 0. Stage
Co. as folio ws:
Jacksonw Hie, 1,500 bushels, to Alex.
Martin Grave creek, 2,0fJOr bushels, to
G. Rare weld; -Atnoiermans 1,500 bnh
. flu, to Alex. 3Iartii; Grants Parr, I. COO
bushels, to G. Karewtdti; Mount am
Uw.se, 1,500 bushels, tc Alex.-Mir.-tin.
EsrAadun Issue. A port'ron of our
nw type and material arrived Inst
Monday, and next issue the 'Sbxttnki.
will Hpar 'n an enlarged and improv
pd form. In order to get everything
in rendineps for the enlirgement we
"have already dovoted considerable
time td H eo a to bo on time next
-week, ami we hone our nitrons wil
overlook any defeats in thiR ishuh prrmi
ising to tmko np in the future, He.,
member that the pnWripf inn price ha
been reduced Irf $2 50, when paid in
advance. Call and get one of the new,
ly printed receipts.
Tin Wedding. Quite a large num
ber of the personal friends of Mr. and
Mrs. George Schumpf assembled at
their residence on last Monday evening
to celebrate the tin wedding that
couple. Each of the participants
brought articles ol tinware, as memen
tos of tho occasion, some of which were
useful as well as ornamental, while a
good poition of that contributed par
took of the ludicrous Refreshments
wero Eerved and wine flowed freely
till midnight when the company dis.
perscd wishing the coaple long life and
happiness, and hoping to meet again
on similar occasions to celebrate their
silver and golden wedding".
Real Estate. The following are the
real estate transactions for the past
H. P. Cook, to G. Karewski, his in
terest in a certain mining ditch taking
water out of Beaver Creek, and in sixty
seres of mining groand. Considera
W. B. ComstocktoG. Kuewski,
bialntereat in certain water ditches
and mining claim. Consideration,
Louis Ilorne to Alruira R. Metcalb
the old Ilorno ranch, situated two miles
north of town. Consideration $500
Jas. T. Glenn and Elizabeth Ander
son to James S. Howard, the property
on California street now occupied by
Wolters bakery and Bybees meat
market. Consideration $1,200.
T. G Owen and U. F, Niday to
Benjamin Haymond, the bridge acroes
.Rogue Rtver at Rock Point. Consid
A U. S. Patent was recorded for
F. M. Plyraale.
Wood wanted at this office immedi
County Commissioner's Court meets
Roseburgers are now supplied with
Jackson county prapefl.
Sheriff Bybee is looking after raining
interests in Josephine county.
The Presbyterian Church building
at Ashland is about completed.
Governor Briggs of Josephine coun
ty, was in town several days last
The school house at Grant Pass was
burned to tho ground one day last
L. Nickerson is P. M. at tho new
posloffice established , at- Klamath
Veit Schutz thoflght of ns again this
week and brought another keg of his
delicious lager beer? jr' '
Miss Mary A. Jones, sister-in-law
of Jacob Ish, is expected here from the
Eastern States in a few days.
A sale of 00,000 pounds of Oregon
wool was effected in San Francisco on
the 14th inst at 21 cents per pound.
Latest wool quotations in tho San
Francisco market are as follows
Eastern Oregon, 1518; Valley, 2023
Sixty cents per bushef is the ruling
price paid for wheat by the different
mill companies throughout the county.
The new bridge crossing Elk creek
has been completed and turned over
to the Road Supervisor of that dis
trict. Rev. D. A. Crowell, the new pastor
of theM. E. Church in this place will
hold cervices next Sunday at the usual
The body of some unknown min
was found in the tules near Klamath
Lake one day laol week supposed to
J. W, Kelly, editor of the Roseburg
Independent, has been appointed en
grossing clerk in the lower house of the
Wi W. Watson has left Ashland for
Likfview, where he proposes publish
ing a newspaper, to be called the Jfor
M:.j-ir Canly, U. S. Paymaster, last
week paid iff the troops at Fort Klim
ath and rbtnrned to Portland on Wedi
The victims of the different accidents
cbronieled in onr list i.iue are all con.?
va'eecing, and will be up and around
in a few days.
A. Fisfiers auction is 'on October
5ih. All of his household and kitchen
furniture is included. Be on hand and
Lieut. Duncan, stationed at Fort
Vancouver, has been promoted to a
First Lieutenant, and will be stationed
at Fort Klamath.
A woman is ne er thoroughly inter
ested in reading tt newspiper article
until she re&ches the place where the
balance is torn off.
Judge PYi'rff and Wm. M. Tamer
started for Beaver creek on Friday last
to look after their interests in the cin
nabar deposits of that locaiity.
Mr. R-ed, mill contractor on the
Sprague River and Likoviow route,
had hiseollir bone broken one day last
week by his team running off.
Rubt. Wilkinson and Roht. Moor
returned from Ashlind 1-ist Sunday
and George Howard and El. Farmer
went up to take "sits" on tho TcTwffs
A number of Pioneer's of this valley
joined Che society of Southern Oregon
Pionceis at iheir second-anntnl reun
ion held at this pHce on the 12th inU
Unanthpriz-jd person are travelling
in different parts of the Slate soliciting
aid for the yellow fever suff-rers aud
appropriating lire funJs to- their own
A lot of hydraulic pip-e (or the mines
of Logij & JleDoiinel on Jackaas creek
passed through town Ism Monday. It
was miniriatn tired by B. F.- Reeser, o'
John Mdlcr and Saml Furry, ac
companied by their f-amKies "and some
friends, will visit the Fair to be held
at Yreka next week. They will start
The Ashland Tidings appeared last
week in an enlarged form, making it a
seven coin. Tin paper. It presents a
neat appearance and shows signs' ol
Lieut. Wittich, commanding officer
at Fort Klamath, advertises for sixteen
team mules for the Government service-
Only first-class animals will be
J. C. Overbeck last week killed a
fiho bucfr, weighing some 250 pount's
- -- - , . , JJCIUIV 1U UO IUUX1U U llSb Ol UIU
in tho vicinity ot ueaver creeK, auu ,
' J , , heaviest taxpayers of this county, as tak-
presenieo ua mm uud m uw .....
Thanks; call agaiD.
Columbia Annual Conference of the
M. E. Church South, will coramence-at
Roseburg on the second of next month-
Rev. A. Hard ison of this county wil
be in attendance.
Mrff. Jane Fidle one of the Pioneers
of thii valley.-died at tho residence o1
Edwin Smith last Wednesday, ntter'Ji
brief illness" Her a?e was 71 vears. 9
months and 1 day.
No more 'photographs have been tak
en at Flaglors since last Sunday. He
has a large number of negatives on
hand, which it will probably tako him
nnlil October 5lh to finih.
The wool clip of Oregon this year-is
about C.500,000 pounds, being 1 500,
000 pounds more than-last year. JJhe,
pneestange from 13 cents for the poor
est to 25 cents for the best quality.
In our report of the proceedings of
the Pioneer's reunion held last week we
omitted mentioning the fact that Hon.
Lindsay Applegate", President of the
Ssciety, was one of the speakers after
The Roseburg Star siys that Messrs.
Zimmerman & Frazier, proprietors' of
the Ashlind foundry are now at Rose
burg seeking a location. The" reason
of this change is the small amount of
work offered them in this county.
The bridge across Bloody Rnn, a
small creek about four miles south of
Grants Pass, was broken down by some
freight teams on Monday last, and was
reported to be in such a condition as to
be liable to prevent the sta'ge from
orosstng. Judge Day has ordered it
Rev. M. A. Williams occupied the
pulpit of the M. E. Church last Sunday
for the first time since his return ?rom
the Eastern States. Rev. R. C. Ogles
by, of the Cumberland Conference a
former resident of our town, held ser.
vices in tho evening.
The police of Portland have raided
one of the Cbiuese dens, which was too
thickly populatea for the health of 'the
occupants, against which there is a city
ordinance. They found 13 diseased
person h stowed away in a back room,
auditlip supposition is-they ftrs-lpers
The Portland papers state that Rev.
J. W. Stahl, Pastor of the' M. E.
Chnrch, South, in the vicinity of Lifay;
ett has been in a deranged state of
mind for some time past and h is hot
been able to fill his appointments of
late on account of this misfortune. He
has the sympathies' r.f his many friends
in this place.
Rev. J. .1. Sitton, Agent of the Ore
gon B'ble S Hsiely, will preach at Par
kis piw mill on Big Bntto creek, on
Smii'ey S-pt. 20h, at ll o'clock A. M.;
nt Brnwnboroilgh, san day at 4
o'clock I'. 51; .at Foos preek School
House Sunday October Gib, at 11
o'clock A. !.; and at Rock Point same
day at 4 o'clock P. M.
Chas. J. Howard of tbis place and
Miss Cal. Briggs of Jo'ephlne county
were united in the hcly bonds of wed
lock at the residence of tho brides par.
ents, near Kcrhyvillo on thel7t inst
Together with their many friends in
this place we join in wii-hing them a
long life of joy and prosperity, and
hope that their troubles may be few
J. C, McCully and Mat Obenchain
came in trom Lik county thi week
and report everything ferene in that
locility. The former cime in to maKe
arrangements for keeping his band ol
sheep in this valley during the coming
winter, and the latter will remain here
till Spring, when he expects to drive
his band of cattle to- the California
Geo. Elliott last week received his
goods saved at the fire at Hardy
El'iffs place on tho 15lh insf., and has
opened out business with the goods
received. IL has some clothing and gro
c ries whiob he is selling cheaper than
any other house in town, and has or,
dered another full stock, wiiich will
arrive soon. His loss by the fire
amounts to over 3,000.
W. H. Williams and C. C. Huntley,
the, new and old contractors on the
I overland mail route, passed through
town last edncsday on their way
noTth, and the former is now engaged
in- making arrangements for taking
charge of the stage line on October 1st.
Wm. CarJI, Division Agent, accomp3n
ied them to Roseburg, where negotia
tions are now pending lor tho transfer
of the stock aud stages belonging to
tne oui company to tue new manage
en from the assessment rolls for this
year. All those paying taxes on over
2,000 are included in the list:
W. H. Atkinson 2,773
E- K. Anderson 7,069
Henry Ammerman 8,197
Haskel Amy, . . .- 6.92S
IX R. Armpricst 3,800
11. H .Barron . . . . .22,445
Fred Bafneburg 7,121
G. S. Eutler 3,412
Heury R. Brown 5,O0S
Robt. H. Brown 4,984
R. V. Beair. 4,388
T, F.Beall : 5,003
b G. Birdsey 5,983
R.. Benedict 2,710
J. P. Barnes 6,000
Jno.' Bilger, estate1. I398II
C. C. Eeekinan 25,001
E.-. C, Brooks 3,988
Peter Britt. 8,49;1
Amanda Bilcer '.- -. . " 9.7d0
MSrMf'.Qolver: .-..w: WJ .5,188
fcamJ.-J Uotver . ..... .-. . .tt. ... -i 4Tlob
E.- W. Carver ... 2,113
Isaac Constant . .." 4,917
Mrs. Mary Chambers 8,198
G. W. Cooksey 5,869
A Cpakley, estate. ,.n 3,550
Thos, Chavner 12,900
William Cameron 5,0S3
Theo. Cameron 13,130
R. J. Cameron 5,083
A. Cantrell .2,313
C. Coleman '. 3,700
J. A. Cardwell 4.C7S
David Cronemillcr 2,515
Jas. Clugsage 5,000
Jo. A. Crain ..3,13G
C. & O. Stage Co. 3,950
O. Coolidge..- , 2.S52
Byron Cole v 2,228
Henry Casey 2,190
if. Uunn 7, Xl)
Dollarhide i Son .2,870
Jesse Dollarhide 3,195
M. H. Drake 3,150
Ed. DePeatt ' 2,304
Mrs. Anna Dean 2,520
Daley & Emery 3,520'
Dennis Dugan 2,1 1 1
L. Danf orth . . . , 2,610
L. J". C. Duncan : 2,599
S. J. Day 2,500
P. Donegan 8,172
S. B. Etlsall 2,518
Mrs. S. Farnham 5,441
A. G. Fordyce 2.897
G. W. Fordyco 2,165
Sam Furry 2,802
E. D. Foudray 2,868
K Fi?lier. I...., -. 6,200
A. Fisher k Bro., 7,000
A. Fisher 3,500
S. Grubb k Son 2,644
"W. I. Gregory 3,692
ro.'Gamard-nr.'1:- ! .'."?. "rntTT.C,855
E. Goupner 4,600
A. Gordon 4,562
J. T. Glenn '. 3,011
J. nouck 5,000
R. B. Hargadine, estate 20,503
Mrs. M. W. Hargadine 3,703
A. D. Helman 2,234
Jas. Helms 0,-393
C, H. Hoxie .- , . ,.2,300
Jno. Holton 2.G85
Jas. Hamlin G,955
Binger Heninwv ,..-..-.,.,.-..... 4,648
Ben Ilayniontl 11,873
Dan Hopkins .'. . . 2,815
M. Hanley 16,015
J. S. Howard 2,955
Win. Hoffman 6,742
U. S. Hayden 8,65 1
IL T. Mow 3,607
Jacob Isli 18,337
Wm. Justus 4,409
A. C. Jones 2,062
C. KKlum 4,048
Wm. Kahler 2,850
W. B", Khieaid. . . . - 2,314
Kublit Bolt. 7,109
Gin Lin 2,500
K. Kubli 13,823
Mary A. Love 5,600
G. W. Lance ; 2,375
John A. Love 5,220
George Love 5,000
D. Linn 8,765
Jno. Murphy 3,617
Isaac Miller estate 3,190
F. W. Myer , '. 8,474
W. C. Myer 7,370
S. N. Marshall 3,030
J. M. McCall is Co., 11,722
T. T. Mclvenzio ,....,... .3,384
Jas. McDonough ...., 2,521
D: P. Mathews-. , . 2,020
L. fc L, ' McDauicl 1 . . . . 3,75 1
C. C. McClendon .- 3,115-
fA. S". Moon 2,687
Magruder it Bro 14,990
Thos. MdAndrews '. 2,566
C. Mingus .- 5,981
Mrs. J. M, McCully". ...,...- 2,300
P. McMahon 3,S21
Jno. Miller .-. 6,370
Jno. E. Ross. . ,,,. : 8,261
Ay. F. Songer '. .3,122
Thos. Smith . 4,445
C. S. Sergeant 3,578
LG. Sears-.- 2,996
Mrs. Stono 8,25S
Jo. Swingle' . 460
Jno. Sizemore. ..... 3,90S
C. Scheifiin. . . . , .'. . . . . T. . 5,51S
Squaw Lake Ditch Co., . . . ."'. .'?:' . . 6,500
G. W. Stephenson .:.' 3,137
Geo. Isaac -. . ."; 6,006
L. Solomon .-. . . C,000
L. A; S. Sachs 3,000
Sterling Mining Co., 15,155
Sam Phillips 4,329
J. P. Parker 3,749 t
W. J. Plvmalc 2,879
B. F. Reeser , 2,632
Mrs. Susan Robinson ...'.... it. . 3,180
Woodford Beanies 2,S51
Jo. Robinson 2,537
L. Bees 3,675
Mrs. Clara Radcr 4,390
J. T. Barney 3,303
J. B. Rodgers 3,269
Wm. Bay .2,740
Giles Jr. it Jno. Wells 7,746
GiW Wells .-.., .- 4.631
Jas. Thornton. . 1)tfc &&:l. 10,303
'win. xayior 7. . .tjv-. .-. ,ujo
J. P. Tufts .4,015
S. C. Taylor V. .5,463'
S. D. Van Dyko .-.....,;. 3,012
Minus Walker estate 12,132
J. P. Walker. ..-...... 7,043
Mrs. P. J. Walker . ; .- . 5,648
Isaac Woolen . . .5,4 1 2
Jacob Wagner .' 'i,00S
M. Mensor n . 7,300
J. B. Wrisley .- . u,23S
E. F. Walker .- 5,82'2
Jno. Watson .- ..5,264
C. it R. Montgomery 3,323
Jno. Woods 9,70 1
Wagner it Anderson 8,240
Wintjen it Helms 5,000
(Mil Fellow's Kuilding JucLsocrillr, Crcgop,
DRALiKR AND WORKER l
tin-, sfrif et fnoN! Copper, LKAD.etc
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
POWDER OF EVERT DESCRIPTION
Fuse and Caps,.
WOODEN AND WILLOW VAREj
Paints. Oils, Varnisli; Glass,-
Shot, Brushes, Chains, Hdsd
1 have secured the services of a first-claw
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repairing
j promptly and in eaperiQr style.
Eagle Point. A correspondent at
that place sends us tho following items:
Times at Eagle Point are lively at
present. Farmers are busy hiuling
wheat lo the miU anil receiving flour
in exchange. Messrs. Brown and In-
Inn n v.. i4a?...w a .iialiinn IiiibiMa.. in
117W die iiuiti" i. iu;siiiu uumiiica 111
1 he m'ercanti'e line. Tho Catholic
Church building is now encloed and
presents a fine appearance. Several oth
er improvements are now in contempla
tion, among which is a now residence
lor Robert Brown. This place is honnd
to develop itselt and become oi consid
erable importance vft.
Siiootixo Affray. A rencounter took
place in Portland on the 20th inst. be
tween J. K. Mercer, editor of tho "I5ee''
and A. C. McDonald, editor of the "Tele
gram." Seven shots wero fired, the
former firing four and the latter three.
Macdonald' was wounded in tho abdo
men, and will probably die. A by
stander nomed Lawrence was shot dur
ing the fisht in the trroin, probably fa
tally. The affray grew out of a news
paper controversy. McDonald lived un
til next morning, when he died from the
injuries received, and Mercer is now in
jail on a charge of murder.
TN CONNECTION t?.TFI TI1U AtfoVE,
J. I am receiving and bare constantly on
band a full and flrst-ciaf" stock of
D r-Goods, Gum Boots, Toimdcd
READY 2IADC CI.OTIIISO,
GI.ASSWARE. CROCKERY, Etc.
i&r-lN-crytuing sold at rcasrWife r'atft.
Give me a call. K. KUBLI.
Jacksonville, March. C. 1678.
Pkobate Court. Tho following
business was transacted in this court
since onr last report:
P. Donegan was appointed gmrdian
of Margaret, Hubert, James, Miry and
Annie, minor heirs of Margiret Douc
gat', deceased, with bonds at S'GOO.
Crowded Oct. Several items of lo
cal interest arc crowded out this week,
among which is a summary of tho coun
ty assessment, as made by County Ass
essor B. C. Goddard, and the work of
the Board of Equalization. They will
appear next issue.
Ye learn that C. W. S.ivage will
take chargo of the New State saloon
Rgain some lime next mouth, and
Messrs. Webb & McDaniel will re
move to Ryan's brick in the block
SITUATED ON BEAR CREEK! . SEV
cn miles north eut ofJuciistmville, oie
prepared to do a general
Merchant and Exchange Business.
The undersigned will c've 3fi pounds of
flour, 2 ponndj) shorts and S-fMl7i1:fbrun for
every bushel o I good wheat. Will also 8jcK
(lonr customers luruiohing sacks.
T. T. JIcKkkzib.
SN ORTH'S BUILDING
the public of Jiic!onvillc and vicinity
that he was a echolar of Prof t)r. Afoler,
director of the University of GreifswalnV, Prus
sia, and Prof. Dr. Volkmann. of the tlniVeibr
ty of Halle. DurinK the Franco-Pruasiar
war he was special assistant to the l)octnr-ii
I Chief Zuelzer and Ludwig of Berlin and Ilrrs
lau, Ocrmany. I- roctures and external d.scaS
es acute or chronic, mrst carelnlly trcate
cuppinfr, leeching, Weeding an4 teeth cstrac
ed at nil hoar?.
All kinds of birds slufkd nnd put up in tub
mint natural shapes.
Jack9onvillc,Dcc. 19, 1877.
Dr. J. W. Robinson has established
his headquarters at Kahler &Bro't.
dru," store. Calls promptly attended
to, day or night.
ETTlie National Gold Medal was
awarded to Bradley & Rtilolson f jrthe
best Photograph- in the Uuited Slates,
and the Viemi.t Modal for lh& beet in
429 Montgomery St. San Francisco.
One of the Brightest Charms
Of a fair laco U a One set of teeth. The ladies
lifing fully alive to tlii fact, patronize SOZO
ill tiu small degree to the end in view.
drnggi-ta sell it
P. J. Ryan 8,693 1 '- "' Pr '-" t "ny other Uintirnce,
T, '-r, . i n Ann ' smce ihfy know uy experience that It preserves
Reamcs Bros; 10,000 , ikr uu ',,, r th(J iHfae wb,tencta aa& cleilll j.
T. G. Beames 2,050 1 ,IC.. ta,e tetth. and makes a naturallv
C. W. Kahler 9,030 Isweet br ath additionally frasrant. It is one
G. Karewski . 14 273 ! "' """ I,re"'' B"'s r tLc buuz sa to look lovely
T,T ., " q'qi'! ! a"d th.it irri.nuition of it which uses SOZ(-
J. ISeathamrner .5,80.5 D0:, r hl pll.arm.(, th4t thc arl!clc coniributes
0. riunan oj-jv
Jno. O'Brien : .... 2,589-
P. W. Orwell '. 14.08G
Jno. Orth '. .-. 6,594
Obenchain & Son "... 5,573
Mrs. C. Patterson .-. . 5,009
O. T. Payne -.. 4,084
F. M. Plymale 4,112
D. Penniger - 3,393
J. A. Pankey 2,340
Wm. Peroell 2,105
G. Naylor . .- 2,954
Lindsay Applegate .- 5,910
Alex Martin .-.-.- 9,492
Jacob Waltz 2,543
W, TJ. T. Company . . .- .. . .-. . .4,000
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE UNDERSIGNED IIEREDTOF
ler the machinery and building of the
Aldcn Fruit Dryer in this place for sale or
lease. For further particulars enquire of eith
er of the undersigned. II. v 11ei.m3,
THE CI FYJREW.ERY.-
VEIT SCHUTZ, Proprietor.-
I WOULD 3I0ST nESPECTTrtLY I'S. --
form the rltliem or Jacksonrllle add tbeflf33S
worU tliirK, that they can dnd, at anj lm,ip?sS
at my Brewei, the bet or lager beer, in anyIiK
iinimlty the pnrchuer may desire. Jlyhofwe la conrel
nlentlynltoated and my rooms are always in order. iL
Tislt will please yon. JaulS 70tf
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETO
Icre existing between Dr L Danfnrth
and Dr J Vf Robinson is this day dissolved by
minimi tuucui. i uusc moeoieu to me above
Drm can settle with either of the nndersigred.
3. ff.irtmixsoy, m d.
GOll)ARI)-On VognerCret!f,Sept. 22d,
1878, Lloyd ISecnetl.jouogestson ol Cur
ios ni,d Alice UoJdard, aged 1 year, 10
nionihs and 19 days.
li 9 A ULU.LhJHW.f3X1
-HP-lac's 2L5. Sca-Ha
WILL OFFER ALL OF MT IIOUSE-
hould furniture. He, lor sale at public auc
tion on S.itun'ay n-xt, October 0th, at II
o'clock a. m. TERMS CASH.
F9RDHAM & JENNINGS
S. CflO and GO"
F'STOiU T STREET