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A GOeB LAW.
' The following is one of the laws en
acted by the Legislature at the last
That if any personshall ell, give, or
caube to be told or given, any intoxi
cating liquor to any minor in this State,
without first obtaining the consent of
one of such minor's parents or guard
ian, in writing; or if any keeper of any
saloon, bar-room or other vendor of
spirituous or intoxicating liquors, with
in this State, shall harbor, permit
or suffer any minor to loiter or remain
in or about such saloon, bar-room or
other place where such spirituous or in
toxicating liquors are sold or kept for
sale, or to engage in any game of cards,
billiards, bagatelle, or other game in
such saloon, bar room or place- afore
said, cither for amusement or other
wise, such person shall be deemed guil
ty of a misdemeanor, and upon con
viction thereof, shall be punished by a
fine not exceeding one hundred dollars,
or by imprisonment in the county jail
not exceeding six months, or by both,
at the discretion of the court, and shall
lso forfeit any license such person
may have to sell spirituous or intoxica
ting liquors in quantities less, than one
quart, or to keep such saloon, bar-room
or other place for tho sale of such li
quor. A ju3tfce court shall have ju
risdiction of the crime herein defined.
Earth Currekts Telephones.
Mr. Preece pronounces the venerable
theory that the earth is a great resei
voir of rl8stricity, from which, either
positive or negative electricity could
be extracted at will, exploded. Cur
rents are traversing it. The return
current of telegraph lines, one wire of
which is grounded, can be picked up
as it traverses tho soil. Telephones
placed in the attic of a building, and
connected on the one hand with gas
pipes, and the other with a wfre com
ing up from the ground floor, have
been found to steal the messages sent
from a telegraph o flics 250 yards away.
Several cases are' known where tele
phones have picked up messages from
telegraph lines miles away. It is
therefore desirable that tho earth
should not enter the telephonic cir
cuit. "When electric light wires-are
grounded this is seen to-be only desir
able but essential, and in case of a
thunder storm, the expediency of cut
ting the earth is shown to be of the
highest order. Every flash of light
ning, nomatter how far off, is indicated
when tho earth forms part of the tele
phonic circuit. There are "earth cur
rents." which are sometimes so strong
that when taken up by tho telephone
they raakS a noise "as if your brains
were boiling." These are, however, so
weak ordinarily that the telephonist
has little to fear from them.
A pleasant little story is afloat in
Nashville respecting the rich Mr. W.
"W. Corcoran and a wealthy widow
named Freeman. Corcoran wants to
enlarge his fine hotel, the Arlington.
Mrs. Freeman owns a very large brown
Stone front adjoining the Arlington,
on H. Street. Mr. Corcoran sent Mrs.
Freeman a note, saying he intended to
enlarge hid hotel, and that he would
be pleased to learn the value she placed
upon her house, aud that he would
send' her a check for the amount This
was lordly, but not successful. Mrs.
Freeman, whose wealth is reckoned- by
millions, replied that she had thought
of enlarging her flower garden, and
that if Mr. Corcoran would kindly
place a value en his hotel1 she would
be delighted to send him a check for
the amount There has been no fur
The "Neue Freie Press," of Vienna,
contained the following matrimonial
advertisement: "My name is Frederick.
I am as poor as I am old and ugly. If
anything surpassess my stupidity it is
my malignity. Nevertheless I am
looking o,ut for a wife. Answer to be
addressed to Who "Will Venture."
According to the "Neue Frie Presse"
the newspaper clerk's astonishment
when the advertisement was handed
to him for insertion was only exceeded
when on the following day hundreds of
reptites flowed into the office. It
subsequently transpired that the ad
vertisement enacted from a chevalier
d'industrie, "who is now in jail for
The new penal code of New York
contains a number of original features.
It provides thai intoxication cannot be
pleaded in defense of crime; that he
who bribes State officers must go to
to the state prison for ten years and
pay a fine of $5,000; that jurors takinc
bribes must go to prison; that bribing
-witnesses is a felony; that attempts at
suicide must be punished by imprison
ment for two years and a fine of
$1,000; that parents abandoning chil
dren under six years of aze must be
imprisoned for seven years; that a
person whose husband or wife has been
absent five successive years, and not
known, to bo living, may marnv
CITATION TO HEIRS.
In the County Court of he State of Ore
gon, for the County of Jackson. In the
matter of the estate of J. B- Coatsr de
ceased. To the heirs of said estate and all others
whom it may concern z
V"OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I that J R. Neil, administrator of said
estate, has filed his petition praying for
an order of said court to sell the following
described real property belonging to said
The undivided one-half of the S.W. M
of the S. E.f, and the S E. 1-4 of the
S. W. 14, section 3G.T. 37, S. R.,3 W.,
and the undivided one-fifth of the S. of
S. E. 1-4 and the S M of S. W. 1-4 of cec.
15, T. 30. S. It, 5 W.
Therefore, notice is hereby given to the
heirs at law of said eatatc that the prayer
of the petition -will be heard and determ
ined at the office of the County Clerk of
Jackson county, Slate of Oregon, on Tues
day, the 2d day of January, A. D. 18S3.
at one o'clock r. m., at which tjmc and
p'acc the said heirs and all others inter
ested are herehy notified to appear and
show cause, if any they hare, why an or
der of sale should not be made, as in the
aforesaid petition prayed for.
IIesry Ljjitel, Co. Clerk.
Land Office ATRosEnuna, On., )
November 18, 1882. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ins-named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of
ins claim, ami that said prool will be made
liefore the Judge or Clerk of Jackson
county,-4it Jacksonville, on Tuesday, Jan
uary2. 1883, viz: John Straube, Home
stead No. 1534 for the Lot 4, Sec. C, T 37
S R 2 W, and Lot 1 and S U of N E U
Sec 1 T 37 8 R 3 W, W. M. He names
the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation tA,
said land, viz: Thomas 'Wright, John
Tcepper, Robert Dean, Frank Furguson,
all of Willow Springs, Jackson county,
By order of the Commissioner of the
General Land Office at Washington, all
parties having any claim to the above des
cribed land, especially John Mars an old
time mining claimant, are cited to appear
before said above named officer aDd furn
ish testimony concerning the mineral
character of the land embraced in the
homestead of John Slraubc described
above, and failing to do so their rights
will be barred by statute.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Office at Rosebuiig, On., )
November 20, 1882.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
intention to made final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Judge or Clerk of Jackson
county, at Jacksonville, on Saturday, De
cember 30, 1882, viz: J. W. O. Gregory,
Homestead No. 2710 for the Lots 8 9 10
11, Sec Hand Lots 15 and 16, tec 11 T
30 S R 2 W. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous rcsi
dence upon, aud cultivation of, said land.
viz : A. C. Stanley, Cyrus Pickens, James
Collins, J. S. Harsh, all of Sam's Valley,
Jackson county, Oregon.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Office at Roseijuro, Or., )
November 20, 1882. (
Notice is hereby given that the follow,
ing-nained 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 Jack
son county, at Jacksonville, on Wednes
day, January 3, 1883, viz: Jacob John
son, Homestead No. 2884 for the NEK
of S E if Sec. 9, N W J of S W if and S
W if ot N W if and Lot G, Sec. 10 T 34 S
Rl W, W. M. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation of, said land,
viz: Lcroy Nail, John M. Black, Wm.
Nail,Josiah Hannah, all of Etna, Jack
son county Oregon.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
U. S. Land Office, Rosnntmo, On.
November 18. 1882. f
Complaint having been entered at this
onice by Jj. 1. llyue, against Geo. Grimes,
for abandoning his Homestead Entry, No.
3,043, dated June 8, 1881, upon the Lois 1
and 2 and N E M of N E 1-4. Sec. 20. and
Lot 4, Sec. 21, Township 30 South, Range
o w, W m, in Jackson county, Oregon,
with a view to the cancellation of said
entry: the said parties are hereby sum
raoncd to appear at this office on the 30th
day of December, 1882, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
to respond and furnish testimony concern
ing said alleged abandonment.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
J. C. Fuller-ton, Receiver.
Land Office at Roseburo, Or., )
Nov. 15, 1882.
Notice is hereby given that tho follow.
inp.nnnir-d (settlor has filpil nntico nt liic
intention to make final proof in support of
lllO 1nM ond 4l..i. ..n.rl nwn. ..-til J.
. ,,t,i, nun uiab miu jiiiivi Will UU
made before the Judge or Clerk of Jack,
son county at Jacksrnville, on Saturday,
December 30, 1882, viz: J. L. Truitt,
Homestead No. 3,803 for the Lois 8 12 17
and 18 T 30 S R 1 W, W. M. He names
the following witnpftsrvi to nrnvp 1I rnn.
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of,
sam iana, viz: nomas sumson, U. W.
Cokcr, I. P. Stimson and J. C. Coker, all
of Central Point, Jackson county, Oregon.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Land Office at Roseburo, Or., )
November 20, 1882.
Notice is hereby given that the fo'low
inir.nampd settlpr lms film! nniiconf liU
intention to made final proof in support of
uis ciaun, anu mai saia prool will be
made biforc the Judge or Clerk of Jack
Bon county, at Jacksonville, on Saturday,
December 30, 1882, viz: W. II. Jacks,
Homestead No. 3422 for the N W if Sec.
33 T 3C S R 1 W, W. M. He nam the
following witnesses to prove his continu
ous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Peter Simon, II. C. Flem
ing of Eagle Point E. E. Gore, L. A.
Rose, of Phoenix, all of Jackson county,
Oregon. Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
Trees And Shrubbery.
The undersigned has made arrange
ments with the Woodburn Nursery, Ma-
iiuu tuumy, urcgon, ior a mil siock ot
FRUIT, NIJT AN!) ORNAMENT
of the best varieties. Those wishing trees
will do well to give in their orders soon.
as I will guarantee satisfaction. My
biwa mil uc in dacKsouvuie in a lew
days. Produce taken in exchange.
Jacksonville Oregon, Nov. 2-5, 1882.
SLAUGHTER IN PRICES
E. JACOBS' STORE
Oregon Street, Jacksonville
WHERE A COMPLETE AND
magnetteieiit assortment of new goods
has just been received, consisting in part of
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
TOBACCOS & CIGARS,
ALL KINDS PAINTS.
A PINE ASSORTMENT
FLOWERS, dec, dee.
In fact everything to be found in a first
claca flock of General Merchandise, which
will be sold at prices
That Defy Competition.
The highst price allowed for connlry pro
,8WGivc me a call at my establishment
in the Masonic building and be convinced
that there is no humbug about tblr
AT NEWMAN FISBEttS,
SELLING OUT FOR CASH.
Do not send your
money away but
buy at home.
THE CRISIS HAS COME.
I beg to notify the public that from this
time forward I intend to do the largest
cash business in the county, and in order
to command the trade, I shall sell out my
entire stock of merchandise, consisting of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing etc
at such prices that good3 are bound to be
sold. Call and be convinced of honest
.Those indebted to me by note or book
account are requested to come forward and
settle at once. This is the last call before
placing in the Lawyer's hands as I must
have money. NEWMAN FISHER.
Jacksonville, April 22, 1882.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Corner Front nnd Jlorrlson, IortIunil.
(On the European Plan.)
THOS. GU1NEAN, PROP.
(Late of the Arcade, Sacramento.)
This hotel is thoroughly firc-oroof. Con
tains 120 elegantly furnished suits and
single rooms, which have been refitted and
refurnished in modern style.
Free coach to and from all trains and
THOMAS' SAW MILL
AT THE MEADOWS.
TS NOW FULLY PREPARED TO FUR
JL nish the market with every description
ot lumber of a superior quality. This mill
is new throughout and furnished with the
latest and most improved machinery, there
by ensuring the speedy fulfillment of all
orders at most reasonable prices. Bills
sawed to order with dispatch.
22F"Givc me a trial and I will prove
what I say, for satisfaction is guaranteed
in every case. JESSE B. THOMAS.
Table Rock. September Sd. 1879.
- BRICK FOR SALE.
The undersigned has just finished burn
ing a kiln of 215,000 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 leasonable rates.
S. H. EGGER.
Jacksonville, July 2, 1881.
CITY BARBER SHOP
- - Oregon.
The undersigned is fully prepared to do
all work in his line In the best manner and
at reasonable prices. .
M. Ryder, Propr.
First-class accommodation can always
be had at this house at the most reasona
EST" An excellent stable connected with
Mining Claim nnd Ditch For Sale.
The undersigned offers for sale the min
ing claim and ditch known as the Cady &
Emerson claim, in the Blackwell district.
For further particulars enquire at this
office, or S. COIIN".
Jacksonville, Oregon, Junu 10, 1832.
YOU BJGI FAD TI1M
New Drug Store,
A fine assortmentfjf 8-day clocks, with and
without alarm.-- '
Gents', ladies' aid boys' gold and silver
Hunting-case, ipen-ioco anu snyugm
watches, from $5 to $ ISO.
A fine lot of ladfcs' gold band and bangle
Diamond and ruby rings, cameo stone
cameos set Wth diamonds, cameos set
with pearls, nutict and pearls, turquoise
and pearls, npnvx rings with hidden
mottoes, solIAwil'band and bangle rings,
plain anu soHsliforma rings.
1- ... .. h ..
.Lames' sets vi uwcirv. irom me ou-ceni
black set to the $20fcbifd sets of diamonds.
Gents' and ladies', gold chains, lockets
p-ni .ctxn-a. Buttons.
Gents' gold scarfpjis, scarf-slides, studs
Silver and silver-plated knives, forks,
spoons, napkin rings, silver sugar-spoons
and tongs in casjs
Gold ana silver thimbles; gold, silver and
steel spectacles; and a full slock of every
thing in the jewelry line.
A full assortment of perfumery, toilet
A lot of steel Engravings and pictures for
In short, a complete and first-classlinc ol
All to he so'd at the
Aso nccordeons, violins, banjos, and the
best lineof violin, guitar and banjo strings.
The best sperm oil lor sewing machines.
A lull line of
Drugs and Medicines.
EQPrescriptions carefully compounded
E. 0. BROOKS.
Remember iliat stamina, vital energy,
the life-principle or whatever you may
choose to call Ihc resistant power which
battles against Hie causes ol disease and
death, is the grand safeguard of health.
It is the garrison ot the human fortress,
and when it waxpt weak, the true policy
is to throw in reinforcements. In other
words, w hen such an emergency occurs,
commence a course of Hostetter's Bitters.
For sal.- by Druggists and Dealers, to
whom apply for Hostctter's Almanac for
Christmas Ball ! !
MADAME HOLT'S HALL
Monday, Dec. 25, 1882.
There will ben grand Christmas Hall at
Madame Holt's Hall on Monday evening,
December 23th, to which everybody is in
vited. Tickets, including supper, $2.50.
The best of music will be in attendance.
Criterion Billiard Saloon!
""PHIS nonulai resort, under new man.
I ngement, is furnishing the lest brands
of liquors, wines and cisars. Thercadimr
table is supplied with Eastern periodicals
and leading papers of the Coast Give me
O Buy at dealers' prices.
We will sell you any
article for family or
personal use, in any
quantity, at wholesale
.price. No matter what you want,
send for our Catalogue,w con
tains over 1,900 illustrations.
We carry in stock the largest
Variety of goods in the U. S.
MONTGOMERY WARD & GO
227 & 229 Wabash Ave.,
TCa continue- to act as Solicitors for Patent,
Caveats, Trade Marts, GopjTlgbts. etc., (or toe
United states, Canada, Cuba, England, France,
Germany, etc. ive bare bad thirty-live
Fatents obtalned-tnrougn us are noticed In tbe
Scientific AmekicV-n. Tbls large and splendid
llhutrated weekly paper, 93.20 a year, snows
tbe Progress ot Science. Is very Interesting, and
nas an enormous circulation. Address MUNN
CO, Patent Solicitors, Pub's, ot Sarsnric
juiuucah, wi urpaaway, new ior.
mva Dootafcew jweftuns
K?H 8TOJIACEX g $9
Deering's Mowers' Self Twine Binders
Self and Hand-dump Sulkies, and
AT G. KAREWSKI'S.
SPOKES, FELLOES, THIMBLES, AXLES, U. &C.
r AM RECEIVING A FULL LINE OF THE ABOVE GOODS
DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY.
I -will not be undersold and guarantee them to -work better
than any other machine in this market. After trial, if not as
represented, machines may be returned.
A1I extras for Mowers, Binders and Rakes kept constantly on hand.
The above goods are offered on
Easy Terms and Low Bates.
ESpPlcase call and examine my goods before purchasing elsewhere. Produce of all
kinds taken in exchange Also
Stoves, Hardware, Tinware, Dry-goods,
Cheaper than tho Cheapest.
Jacksonville, May G, 1882.
QFUjV ZMTs.3L-3mB.srM JvI Oilier
"OF JACKSON COUNTY
WILL. MAKE MONEY
BY CALLING ON
Saddlery eft? Harness.
ROM AND AFTER TillS DATE I WILL SELL
2 horse harness complete
2 horse lines complete...-.
Good Mexicau saddles
Horse collars, No. 1
ALL OF THE ABOVE MY OWN MANUFACTURE.
Other goods in my line at equally low rates.
With an experience of nearly 40 years as a practical saddler and harness maker,
and a known reputation lor gpod, substantial work, I can truthfully say that I will do
a better job and for less money than any man in Oregon. 3Iy work in the past is a
IS" Repairing done promptly.
Give me a call, next door to Pat Donegan's blacksmith shop, California street,
Jacksonville, Oregon. HENRY JUDGE.
No. 11 Kearny Street,
Trent nil Chronic nml Special Disease.
Who may be suffering from the effects
of youthful follies or iniliscretion will do
well to avail themselves of this, the great
est loon ever laid at the altar of suffering
humanity. DR. SPINNEY will guaran
tee to forfeit $."00 for every case of Semin
al Weakness orprivnte disease of any kind
of character which he undertakes and
tails to cure.
MIDDLE AGED MEN.
There are many at the age of thirty to
sixty who are troubled with too frequent
evacuations of the bladder, often accom
panied by a slight smarting or burning
t-eus;itim and a weakening of the system
in a manner the patient cannot account
for. On examining the urinary deposits a
ropy sediment will often be found, and
sometimes small particles of albumen will
appear, or thccolor will be ofa thin miik
isli hue, again changing to a dark and tor
pid appearance. There are many men
who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the
cause, which is the second stage of seminal
weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect
cure in all such cases, and a he-.ilthy res
toration of the genito urinary organs.
Office Hours 10 to 4 and 0 to 8. Sun
days, from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation
free. Thorough examination and advice,
$3. Call or Address
DU. SPINNEY & CO.,
No. 11 Kearney St., San Francisco.
June 3, 1882. tf
Hosoburc, - - Orogon.
H. C. Slocum, Propr.,
O. C. PERKINS, MNGR.
First-class accomodations can always be
had at this old established house and sat
isfaction guaranteed. Free coach to the
All those indebted to the undersigned
cither by note or book account, are hereby
notified to call forthwith and settle up.
This is positively the LAST CALL. Those
who neglect this warning, will find their
accounts placed in tuc hands ot an attor.
ney for foiccd collection.
Jacksonville, August 18, 1882
All persons indebted to the
undersigned, either by Note or
Book Account, are notified to
pay the same by November 1st,
1882. This is business.
ttpr nr ronpcr rtay at nme-
bO I J JUSamplcs worth $5
free Addros Stiksox A Ce,, Portland Me.
20 00 a set
the jsiu mm
This institution will reopen Octolicr 2.
1832 under the management of M. G. Roy.
al, A. M., assisted by a competent corps of
Colligcate Department, per qr flo.OO
Academic " " " 12.00
Preparatory " " " 0.00
Primary " '' " 6.00
Instrumental Music " ' 15.00
TUITION PAYAW.E IS ADVANCE.
F )r particulars apply to M. G. Royal,
Jacksonville Crescent City
F. McMahon, Proprietor.
Stages leave Jacksonville every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday mornings at 3 a.
m. arriving nt Waldo in the evening, where
close connection is made next morning
for Crescent City. When the new wagon
road is finished about January loth
through tickets to San Francisco will be
sold for $18 by this route.
Express and order business done at re
P. McMAIION, Proprietor.
D. W. Crosby, Agent
DU. &. SILSBEITS EXTEKSAL PILE KE2EDI
Givet Inttint Rtlitf, and ii in Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Price, l.O0
per box, prepaid, by mail. Samples sent
frte to Physicians and all sufferers, by
Keustaedter & Co., Box ?!M6, New York
City. Sole manufacturers) of ANAKESIS.
S, P. HANNA,
In (Aoncmiller's building is in receipt
of a full assortment of material 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.
VEIT SCHUTZ, - - Proprietor.
T WOULD MOST IIESPKCTFUXI.Y IN
form the citizeniof Jacktonrllla and
the world at Urge, that tbejr can And, at
any time, at my Brewery, the best larer
beer, la any quantity the pnrchaaei may deslra
My hoate Is cinTenlentl jiitnated and my rooaai are
alvayilB order. At1.II wHIaleaae y.
Origox xkd CALiroxm- sts., Jacuoi villi
W. J. FLYIKL&Z23, prop'r.
Would' respectfully inform the pttblltf
that he has a fine stock of
Horses, Buggies and Carlagei.
And" he b.preparetJ to furalsH' his patrom5
and" the public-generally with
As can be had on the Pacific coast. Sa4!
die horses hired to go to any part of
Animals Bought and Sold.
Horses broke V work single or double).
Horses boarded and the best of care -stowed
upon them while in my charge.
A liberal sharo of the public patronage
is solicited on reasonable'termi.
PRO BONO PUBLICO ?
LINDLCY', TORRY &. CO.-
will' I'tnwisn SUPERIOR
LUMBER OF ALL KIDS
Vt Xjoxxroavt Xlntoa.
H&.V1NG purchased Jas. Herd's steam
saw-mill in Willow Springs pre
cinct, we arc now prepared to furnish
lumiicr of every description,
Oloar and. Xlougli,
promptly, and at the very lowest rates.
Rills sawed to order.
All kinds of merchantable prodice lik
en in exchange.
HfGivc us a trial nnd Judge for your
self LINDLEY, TORRY & CO.
TABLE ROCK SALOON,,
WIjYTJEJV and HELMS,-
TI.e proprietors ot this well known and
popular resort world inform their friends
and the public generally that a complete,
nnd first class stock of the best brands of
liquors, wines, cigars, ale and porter, etc.,
arc constantly kept on hand. They will
be pleased to have their friends "call uiL
A cabinet of curiosities may alio be
found here. We would be pleased to hare
persons possessing curiosities and speci
mens bring tliem in, and we will pUca
them in the cabinet for inspection.
READY FOR BUSINESS.
THE JACKSONVILLE STEAM
Commenced Manufacturing the best ot
JIOMDAV, sr.IT.50, ISM.
We arc prepared to do all kinds of Cus
tom Work, in the way of exchange of flour
for wheat, chopping feed and grinding
corn. Wc have superior machinery for
manufacturing flour and wo feel safe in
saying that we can do better work than
any mill in Rogue River Valley.
In exchange, wc will give for good,
clean wheat, 'M lbs. of flour and 9 lbs. ot,
mixed feed for each bushel.
McKENZIE & FOUDRAT,"
New JState Saloon,,
Cor. California k 3d Sts.,
John Noland - - Prop.
This favorite resort has lately been
thoroughly renovated and stocked witib
a complete assortment of the finest winea,
liquors and cigars in the market. The
celebrated Thistle Dew whisky is kept
constantly on band here.
A first-class billiard table is also con
nected witli the house, and the reading
table will always be supplied with the
latest and choicest periodicals, newspap
t2rGivo me a call.
Jacksonville, Sept, 21, 1881.
LUMBER FOR EVERYBODY I
6 Miles South of Jatkioniillt,-
TS NOW UNDER FULL HEADWAY
JL and is prepared to furnish the market!
with every description of lumberofaiupc
rior quality at the lowest rates. Billr,
sawd to order andsatisfaction guaranteed J
All orders addressed to us at Jackson
ville will receive prompt attention.
PARK8 & SON.
NEW SADDLER SHOP,
Thomas J. Kenney, Prop.
HAVING OPENED OUT A NEW
saddler shop in Langell's building,
opposite Masonic Hall, I am fully pre
pared to do any work in my line with
promptness and dispatch. Will keep on
hand a good assortment of saddles, bridles,
harness, bits, spurs, etc. None but th
best California leather used. Job work a
specialty and prices to suit the time. '
T. J. KEXKBT.
Jacksonville, July 19, 1891.