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SQLUICKJ OF TI1E MEXICAN 1TAK.
A'Bcnnlon or these Old Veteran to be
Iicld at Cincinnati In September.
Tho following circular lettor has
been scut to tliis office with the request
th'af tlie same bo published:
Comrade: You and your old com
rades are most cordially requested to
attend tho reunion of the soldiers and
Bailors of the Mexican war to be held
at Cincinnati, September 14, 15 and
1G, 1881, and please forward to F. T.
"Foster, Chairman Executive Committee
and quarters, as soon as possible, the
number that ill uttonJ, and by what
l?5ming, that they may bo as
signed quarters when they arrive.
The exercises of tho reunion will
consist of the old soldiers, their organ
ization, reception by the city authori
ties, general muster, picnic on the hill
tops, visit to the zoological garden,
visit to tho Cincinnati exposition,
grand parade, camp chats and songs, a
good time and banquet on the night of
Tho latch string will hang out, and
in the name of all men, women and
children of ibis city and county, the
committee on invitation invito you to
come to chat and fight your battles
All letters of inquiry must bo ad
dressed to tho chairman of executive
committee, who will furnish detailed
information in regard to all matters ap
pertaining to the reunion.
COL. F. T. FOSTER.
Chairman of executive committee,
quarters, arrangements, Mexican veter
ans, 1G0 Vine st, Cincinnati.
Gen. E. Hamilton of this city re
quests that such veterans of the Mexi
can war as intend to accept tho invi
tation of the city of Cincinnati to the
reunion oftlie National association, to
Ice held there on the 14th, 15th and
l5th of September next, report to him
or to Col. F. T. Foster, 1G0 Vino st.,
prior to these dates.
Arrival atlkeD.I, Hotel.
The following is a list of the arrivals
at the U. S. Hotel, for the week end
ing Aug. 19, 1881:
F. C. Huntoon San Francisco
P. Itehfisch "
S. Weinshenk "
W. Carll Grave Creek
J. Clemens Eagle Point
A. W. Clemens "
O. F. Grifleth "
Chas. Griffeth "
D. F. Phillips Sterling
N. A. Handy San Francisco
Tobe Martin Roseburg
Nort Eddings,.... Rock Point
John Singleterry "
Win. Barrett. "
Thomas Howard Ashland
E. S.Brown Portland
Geo. T. Baldwin Linkville
A. B. Hopkins Arizona
R. Fs High Ashland
F. Eperson Roseburg
Jas. Lawrence Ashland
C. L. Schieffelin Rogue River
Geo. V. Thompson .Portland
G. W. Wiuicr Waldo
S. F. Wentworth Portland
N. A. Jacobs Waldo
N. J. Robbins San Francisco
Geo. Williamson Humbolt Co.
J. Lowcngart Portland
L. F. Willits Ashland
Jacob Kahn Portland
J. Q. Willits Achiaiid
H. B. Seybcrt Phoenix
W. I. Nichols Yreka
W. H. Atkinson Ashland
F. Grises Yreka
J. M. McCall Ashland
E. K. Anderson Ashland
Tho authorities at Castlo Garden,
New York city, estimate that the emi
grants arriving here land with an av
erago of 20 a head men, women and
children. According to this, if 500,
arrivo in 1S81, as is calculated, they
will bring a total of 810,000,000.
An idea of tho enormousness of the
quantity of flour manufactured in Min
nesota may bu had from the fact that
tho Washburn mills of Minneapolis
alone turn out a carload every thirty
five minutes through the twenty-four
Probably tho meanest man or record
ketps a boarding house in San Domin
go. Last winter an earthquake turned
tho house clear upside down and tlm
next morning he began charging the
garrett lodgers -firtt floor prices.
Xacvtzxo CoTiT-ity, Ogiii
Through the munificence of Mr. Henry
Villard.nll debts against the State Univer
sity have been paid in full.
PALL TKH.M 11CGIXS SSCPT. 13, 1881.
John "W. Joiixson, A M., President,
Professor of Latin and Greek.
Mark Bailey, PH. D.,
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy.
Tnos. Condon, PH. D.,
Professor of Geology and Natural History.
George II. Collier, A. M.,
Professor of Chemistry and Physics.
JonN Stkaub, A. M.,
Professor of Modern Languages.
Mns. Mary P. Spiller,
Profossor of Elocution and Principal of the
English Preparatory Department.
Tuition, per annum 40 00
Incidentals, per annum 10 00
Tuition, per annum 30 00
The only charjrc against students hold,
ing free-scholarships is an incidental fee
of $10 per annum.
Including lodging, fuel, etc , can bo had
in first-class private families at 1 per
week. The entire weekly expenses of stu
dents boarding themselves need not exceed
cahinkt and apparatus.
Prof..Condon's cabinet of Natural His
tory, etc., is not excelled on this coast.
The collection of apparatus is large and
ofTcrs s-plcndid facilities for class illustra
tions. For catalogues and further information,
Or, John Stkaub, Sec'y Fac.
Students from abroad, when desiring it,
will be directed to jrood boardin" places
by applying to cither of the above named.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
duly issued out of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for the County of
Jackson on the ICth day of August, 1881,
upon a judgment received in said Circuit
Court on the 22d dav of June. 1881. which
judgment was duly enrolled and docketed
in mc uierKs omcc ol saul Court on the
22d day of June, I8S1, in favor of J. M.
McCall & Co., and against Wm. Patterson
and Annie E. Patterson for the recovery
of the sum of 403.94, Gold Coin ofthe
United States with interest at the rate of
one per cent per month in like Gold Coin
from the 22d day of June, 1881, and the
further sum 01, 40.39 attorney's fees, and
the further sum of 31.02 costs, and the
accuring costs and to me directed and de
livered commanding mc to satisfv said
judgment, interest and costs, out of the
real property belonging to said defendants
in my County, on or alter tho 22d day of
June, 1881. and in obedience to said com.
mand I have levied upon and will offer for
'fifllh fr Moll In hnnrl ftnlrl fVt. P 1.n
United States at public auction to the
highest bidder at the Court House door in
Jacksonville, Jackson County, Oregon, on
Saturday, September 17, 18SI,
at one o'clock r. jr., of said day all the
right title and interest of Win. Patterson
and Annie E. Patterson, defendants above
named in and to tho undivided one half of
the following described Ileal Property
to-wit: The S W IS ofthe SlVkof Sec.
10 containing 40 acres and the N W if of
me a. m ij, ana mc a K ol a V 4 or
ouu.10 un in lownsnip a s in .rj, con
taining so acres, more or less, situated in
Jackson County, State of Oregon, levied
upon as ine itcai I'ropcny ot the above
named defendants, Wm. Patterson and An
nie E. Patterson, to satisfy the above named
execution. WM. BYBEE, Sheriff
By Charles Prim, Dept.
Jacksonville, Oregon, August 18, 1881.
Proposals for Flour,
Subsistence Office, Dcpt. of Columbia, 1
Vancouver Barracks, W. T., A ug. 1, 1831. J
Sealed nronosnla. in dnnlirntp culitt in
the usual conditions, will be received at
me oinccs ol the Acting Assistant Com
missaries ol Subsistence at the following
named Posts Until 12 .n'plrwlr nnnn nn
Thursday, September 8lli, 18S1, at which
umu anu piaccs mcy wm ue opened in the
Sresencc of bidders, for furnishing and
clivcry of the followinjramounts of flour:
Boise Barracks, I. T., 15,478 pounds;
Fort Cteur d'Alene, I. T., 51,034 pounds;
Fort Col villc, W. T, 33,444 pounds; Foit
Klamath, Ojrn., 21 934 pounds; Fort
Lapwai, I. T., 38.G1G pounds; Camp
Spokane, AY. T.. 29,427 pounds; Vancou
ver Barracks, W. T., 11,120 pounds; Fort
Walla Walla, W. T., 59,533 pounds.
Samples of the flour proposed to be fur
nished must be submitted witfi tho pro
posals. The flour to be tested by baking
before acceptance. Proposals for quanti.
ties Of flour less than thn wlinln mrniml
Uvill be received. The Government re
sevee the richt to reicct anv or all im.
Blank proposals and printed circulars,
stating the kind of flour rcquind "at each
post, and giving full instructions as to
manner of bidding, conditions to bo ob
served by bidders, and terms of payment,
will be furnished on application to this
office or to the Acting Assistant Commis
saries of Subsistence at the various poss
Envelopes containing proposals should
be marked "Proposals for Flour, at ,"
and addressod to tln nmlni-oiiTnnl nr in
the respective Acting Assistant Coinmis-
SAM'L T. CUSniNG,
Captain and C. S., U. S. A.
In the County Court of Jackson county,
State of Oregon, sitting for probate busi
ness Tuesday, August 2, 1881.
In themattci of the cstatcof Amelia Otten,
minor heir of Fred. Pilug, deceased.
TN PURSUANCE of an order and license
L of the said County Court, the under
signed, guardian ofthe said minor heir of
Fred. Pflug, deceased, will sell at public
auction at the Court House door in Jack
sonville, in said county, on
Saturday, Srjilemlicr 3, IS8I.
between the hours of nine o'clock a. m.
and four o'clock r. m., the following des
cribed real property, belonging to said es
The undivided one-half of the S W of
the S AY M of section 30, township 37, S,
range 3 W, containing 40 acres; situated
in Jackson county, Oregon.
Terms of sale Cash in hand.
Guardian of Amelia Otten.
Miss Ella M. Scott,
Teacher of Music.
PIATTO FORTE, ORGAN
In Notation, Formation and Cultivation'
ofthe Voice; Solo Singing, English and
Italian; Singing at Sight; Part Singing;
Dramatic Action in Singing; Ensemble
Playing; Harmony, Counterpoint, and
Fugue; Musical Theory; Normal In
struction; Church Music; Orotario and
In the study oftlie Piano, pupils aro re
quired to pursue the most modem system
ol technical training. Great care is taken
to train pupils in correctness of manual
Ksition and movement; the different
kinds of touch, rapidity and clearness in
the execution of all the scales, the ar
peggios of the common chords, the chords
of the seventh, etc. Lebert & Stark's
"Piano School," four books, will be used
principally in the 1st and 2nd grades, to
gether with selections from Clcmenti,
Kranse, Schumann and Mendelssohn,
which with selections from Kohler,Bertini,
Heller, Loeschhorn, Plaidy, Czcrny,
Haydn .Moschcles, Esclunann, Mozart, and
others are made the basis of instruction In
the third grade.
Organ pvpils will bo required to use
Rink's "Organ School," first five books,
Buck's "Studies in Pedal Phrasing," "The
Organist," by Southard & Whiting. Par
ticular attention is given:
1. To a systematic study of obligato
2. To a knowledge of harmony and
3. To the art of accompanying.
4. To the art of improvising.
5. To concert music with special refer
ence to tho works of Sebastian Bach and
Harmony and Composition.
Classes will be formed for those who
wish to give special attention to their study,
and also for the higher branches of musical
theory, counterpoint, fugue, form and in
strumentation. Course op Study in Tiieory.
This embraces Accoustics, the Tone
System, Rhythm and Tempo, Melody, The
matic treatment, Musical Form, together
m ilk the principles underlying the mean
ing and interpretation of Music.
Instruction in this department includes
the study of the union of the registers;
study ofthe physiology ofthe vowels and
consonants; study of solfeggio and the ap
plication of words to music; exercises for
obtaining agility and flexibility of the
voice. Thorough exciciscs in the scales,
study of the movements and embellish
ments suitable to the different styles of
singing. Study of dramatic expression
aim development of tho voice; study of
English, German and Italian songs.
NEW SADDLES SHOP,
Thomas J. Kenney, Prop.
TTAVING OPENED OUT A NEW
Jtx saddler shop in Langcll's buildingH
opposite .masonic nau,.i am luiiy pre
pared to do any work in my line with
promptness and dispatch. Will keen on
hand a good assortment of saddles, bridles,
harness, bits, spurs, etc. None but the
best California leather used. Job worK a
specialty and prices to suit the times.
ESTGivc me a trial.
T. J. KENNEY.
Jacksonville, July 10, 1831.
Land Office at Roseburo, Oon., )
Aug. 18, 1881. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Judge or Clerk of Jose
phine county, at Kerbyville, Oregon, on
Friday, September 30, 1881, viz: James
M. Payne, Homestead Application 2.78S,
for Lot 3 and E J of S E if Sec. 7 and Lots
3 and 4, Sec 18 1 40 S U 7 W. He names
the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous resilience upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: J. II. Sowcll, J. G. Sowcll,
James Spence and Wm. Newman, all of
Althouse, Josephine county, Oregon.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
In the matter of the estate of M. A.
"VI OTICE is hereby given that the under
JLN signed has been appointed by the
County Court of Josephine county, Ore
gon, silting in Probate, as Executor of tho
estate of Jl. A. C.iapman, deceased.
All persons indebted to said estate arc
requested to settle the same immtdiatclv.
and those having claims against the es
tate will present them with the proper
vouchers to me at Kcrbvvillc, Orciron.
within six months after the flist publica
tion ol tins notice, Ualzel Fibster.
Executor of said estate,
Dated, Aug. 18th, 1881.
jVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
LN the co-partnership heretofore existing
between A. Fisher and S. Cohn, is hereby
dissolved by mutual consent, A Fisher re
tiring. All accounts airainst tho late firm
will be settled by S. Cohn to whom all ac
counts uuc the lirm must also be paid.
The business will be continued by the un
dersigned, who tliankiul for past patron
age, solicits a continuance of Uie same.
Jacksonville, June 18, 1881.
Leaves Jacksonville Mondays and
Thursdays, for "Waldo. Leaves Waldo
Tuesdays and Fridays.
First-class accommodations for passen
gers. Express business promptly attended to
by R. 31. GARRETT.
BPsaGII toil sals.
The undersigned has just finished burn
ing a kiln of 213,000 brick and is now pre
pared to fill all orders for this building
material. These bricks have been manu
factured after the most improved methods
and are warranted to be superior in every
respect. Orders promptly filled at the
most icasonable rates.
S. n. EGGER.
Jacksonville, July 2, 1831.
Comprisuig alull lino of
" The FinoiK3sortment ot
LADIES DRESS GOODS
HATS, ETC., ETC;
Ever Broufhtto this City;
LATEST STsYIES AND
AND WILL4PE SOLD AT
NEVER HEARD OF.
HO FOR THE
CENTENNIAL BRIDGE !
The public is hereby notified that a good
supply of the best baled hay, barley, oats
and Country produce, as also superior to
bacco, cigars, liquors, etc., are always kept
at the well-known CENTENNIAL
BRIDGE, two miles east of Rock Point,
on the O. & C. Stage Road, at reasonable
prices, Free stabling furnished. Mr. P.
Emisc will wait on customers and spare
no pains tor their accommodations. Satis
EETLook out lor cappers at tho lower
bridge. 'dlOS. CHAVNER.
Dardanelles, Apri 0, 1881.
In the County CortJ
:t of Jackson county,
State ot Oregon, I
i"-"rt " www -
Ittmt ffrii TitTiliifn niiai.
ness Tuesday, j
In the matter of til
;cstato of George and
iinor heirs' ot John
IN PURSUANCE of an ordcrand license
of the said Countv Court, the under-
signtd, guardian of the said minor heirs
ofjohn Neuber,dec;rsed. will sell at pub
lic auction at the Court House door in
Jacksonville, in said county, .on
Saturday, Sr;ilemlrr 3, IS-SI,
between the hours of nine o'clock a. si.
and four o'clock r. m the following des
cribed real property, belonging to said es
LoU No. 1 and 2, in block No. 22, as
laid down inthcoflicial town plat of Jack
Terms of sale Cash in hand.
Guardian of George and Clam Neubcr.
S, P. MANNA,
In Croncmillcr's building is in receipt
of a full assortment of nirteri.il and pre
pared to do all work in his line on short
notice and in a workmanlike manner.
Vehicles of every description made to
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guar
anteed. S. P. HANNA.
July 14, 1880.
BK. &. SILSUEr'Kl'sSlIi WLE EKEEDT
Gives Instant Belief, ar.d is an Infallible
CURE FGR ALL KINDS Or PILES.
Sold by Druggist jlevcrywhere. Price, $ 1.00
per box, prepaid, by mail. Samples sent
free to Physicians and all sufTerers. by
Jfcnstaedtcr A Col. Box 3010. New "Xork
OiTY BpiE SHOP
The undersigned is fully prepared to do
all work in his line In the best manner and
at reasonable prices.
HORSE i SHOEING.
A. BARJTEBTmG, Prop.
HAVING LEASED.THE SnOP FOR
mcrly occupiyf Mat. Shannon I
ask a share ofthe Bc patronage.
Staple produce Bli taken tor work,
3B?5.B.''oaMjS.aco mCo:nB.e DCam.el.'wiwCary
-EVERT DESCRIPTION OF-
SADDLERY, HiRHESS M SADDLERY HARDWARE.
TTAVING THE FACILITIES AND SUPERIOR KNOWLEDGE OF THE
XX manufacturing of everything in our
notice, tho very best ot custom maue worK, wnicn we make a specialty, ana at tne
VERY LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
"Repairing executed promptly and with
souiucrn uregon n examine our siuck. uuioru suuuiuj; uimr muiiuy away.
CSrilcnry Judge will tako wheat in payment for all bills duo him, for which ho
will pay the highest market price.
Jacksonville, Oregon, 3Iay 3d, 1SS0.
K & 2
Msiliirln I nn I'liicVii Vaporous
Poison, spreading disease and death in
many localities, for which quinine is no
genuine antidote, but for the. effects of
which Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters is not
only a thorough remedy, but a reliable pre
ventative. 1 otitis fact there is an oyer
whelming array of testimony, extending
over apcriod of thirty years. All disorders
ofthe liver, stomach and bowels are aNo
conquered by the Bitters. For sale by all
Druggists and De.ders generally.
WATCnilAKER ASD JeWELEE,
MAKES a specially of cleaning and re
pairing watches and clocks. My
charges arc reasonable. Give mc a call.
The host of Ingcr beer always kept on
hand and ready for sale by the keg or
Having quit business 1 must
have a settlement with all
those owing mc either by notes
or book account. Costs will be
saved by settling at once as no
grace will be given.
The undersigned hereby gives notice
that he will at the proper tunc petition
His Excellency, W. W. Thayer, Governor
ot Oregon, for the pardon of Thomas W.
Hancornc sent to the Penitentiary from
Jackson county sometime since.
Dated August G, 1881.
Our Descriptive Illnstntctl I'rlco
IJt, Ifo.2i. or llryUootN. otr.. will bo
lusucil nlxnit March 1st. 1K8I. lrico
quote! In Nn. 28 will rcmuln iut! until
lliat date. Semi n yuuniuinc rnrly fuf
copy of 'n. -si). l'rre to nnr ailtlre.
JIOMTUOMKKY WAR!) & CO.,
S27J6 'l-iO Vnb-iKli Avo.. t:hl'--.7 III.
Fino white laco 3 cts. a yard at he
New York Storo.
P CELESHATCD Ug
fev ST032ACH $&
GENERAL DEALERS IN
line, we are prepared to furnish on shorlJ
satisfaction. Wo incite the people of
THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY SMB.
rnnE SIIOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
X school will commence about the end of
August, and is divided in four sessions,
of eleven weeks each.
Board and tuition, per term -10.00
Bed and Beddinsr , 4.00
Drawing and painting 8.00
Entrance fee only once, .-. . . 0.00
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, per term, ? COO
Junior, " 8.00
Senior, " 10.00
Pupils received at any time, and special
attention is paid to pm ticular studies in
behalf of children who have but limited
time. For further particulars apply a
In Iaso.vic Luildinc. Okeoon St.
TnE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DE
sires to announce to the public that
they are now prepared to fill all orders for
cal;es of every description, such as wedding
cake?, cakes lor parties, wine cukes; also
brown and rye biead, ginger snups acd
A lunch Iionse will also be kept at this
place, where oysters in all styles, Limbnrger
and Schwc itzT cheese, can bo bad at all
hours of the diy or night.
JCFresh bread every day.
Prices reasonable and satisfaction guar
GROB & ULRICIT.
N, Ficko, - Proprietor,
This well-known market, one door cast
of the "Western Union Telegraph office, is
better prepared than ever to lurnish the
public with the choicest quality of
SAUSAGE, LARD, ETC.,
The most favorable inducements offered
to p.itrons, and no effort will be spared to
ward giving general satisfaction.
Carpenter, Joiner & Undertaker,
HAVING RENTED Ed. Smith's old
stand, and pro urcd a good supply
of lumber of all kiniW, I am now preparcil
to execute every description of work in
my line, plain and ornamental, with dis-
p-itch and at verv reasonable rates. Satis
faction guaranteed in every instance.
SSfUndertakinir n specialty. I will
keep on hand u supply of ready-made
Give mc a trial and judge forcrself.
Jacksonville, Juno 20, 1881.
Cor., of Secosd and California St.
All kinds of marketable produce taken
in exchange for work.
A. D. MANION, Prop.
Hiving purchased this house of Mr.
Birkhcad we intend to try to run it on the
same plan, furnishing the tabic with the
best the market affords. No China cook,
but white labor exclusively.
MEALS ONLY 2T CTS.
All arc invited cordially to come and try
our fare. A. D. MANION.
Fifteen yards print for 1.00 at tho
New York Storf.
No. 11 EEAIligEY ST.,
Treats all Chronic unit Special Diseases
WHO MAY BE SDFFEKING FROM
the effects of youthful follies or in
discretion, will do well to avail themselves
of this, the greatest boon ever laid at; the
altar of suffering humanity. DR. SPIN
NEY will guarantee to 'forfeit $300 I tor
every case of Seminal weakness or private
disease of any kind or character which ho
undertakes and fails to cure.
There" are many at the dm of thirty to
sixty who are troubled with too frequent
evacuation of the bladder, often accom
panied by a slight smarting or burning
sensation, and a w eakness of the system i
a manner the patient can not account for.
On examining the urinary deposit a ropy
sediment will often be found and some
times small particles of albumen will ap
pear, or the color will be ot'a thin milkisl
hue, again changing to a dark and torpid
appearance. Thero arc many men who
die of this difficulty ignorant of the cause
which is the second stage of seminal weak
ness Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in)
all such cases, and a healthy restoration'
of tho genito-urjnary organs.
0(Hco Hours 10 to 4 and C to 8. Sun
dayf from 10 to 12 a St. Consultation free.
Tlummuli examinations auJ adficv, $5.
Call or address,
Hit. SPINNEY & CO.
No 11 Kearney St San Francisco.
LI TBI lift 1KB FKBI
Okkoo:; and Cauoxia hts , Jacksonville
OT. 3". SXIE.S.SS, prop'r
Would respectfully inform the publh
mat ue uas a line stoci; ol
Horses, Unggies ami Cnringet 1
And ho is prepared to furnUh his patronf 1
auu the public generally v itli
s can be had on the Pacific coast. Sail
die horses hired to go to any part of
Animals Ilought and Solil.
Horses broke to work single or dotibhl
Horses boarded and the best of care txl
stowed upon them while in my chargJ
a liberal share ol the public patronagl
is solicited on reasonable terms.
TABLE ROCK SALOON!
Tl.c proprietors of this well known and
popular rusort wotld inform their friends
and the public generally that a complete
and first class .tock of the best brands of
liquors, wines, cigars, ale and porter, etc.,
are constantly kept on hand. They will
be pleaded to have their friends "call and
A cabinet of curiosities may also bo
found here. Wc would bo pleaded to have
persons post.csing curiosities nnd speci
mens bnnjr them in, and we will place
them in the cabinet for inspection.
BIGBUTTE STBAMSAW MILL'
J. P. PAaCSR. .
BIG BUTTE, : : : : : OGN.
Keeps ronstrntly on hand plinetl and
unpinned Sugar pine IuiiiIkt of the best
EDGING, MOULDING, RUSTIC,
Lumber dressed to order on short notico
and reasonable terms for those convenient
to the -Mill.
County orders nnd Greenbacks taken
And Jacksonville, Oregon
GIRBS & STEAKNS will attend" to
all t'lsinssr in Portland.
M. Ryder, Propr. .
First-class accommodation can always
be had at this house at the most reasona
CST" An excellent stable connected with
The undersigned offers 'Whiskey for sal
in quantities to suit customers at ?3 per
gallon or $1 per. quart, at tho Ealc Brew
cry. Lager Beer for sale and delivered at
the usual price.
Mrs. J. Wettiwer.