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Jacksonville Directory 1872


Beekman C. C., banker, and agent Wells, Fargo & Co., Jacksonville.
Bilger John, hardware and tinware, Jacksonville.
Boyer William, confectioner, Jacksonville.
Brooks E. C., jewelry, California, Jacksonville.
Cardwell J. A., market, Jacksonville.
Cronemiller, blacksmith and wagon maker, Jacksonville.
CRYSTAL G. W., blacksmith and wagon making, sole right for the FALVEY PATENT AXLETREE in Jackson County, Jacksonville. (See adv. p. 655.)

G. W. CRYSTAL,
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING,
A N D
W A G O N   M A K I N G.
Sole right for the Farley Patent Axletree in Jackson County.

Davis L. T., physician, Jacksonville.
Donegan Patrick, blacksmith, Jacksonville.
Dowell B. F., atty at law, Jacksonville.
DRUM JAMES, dealer in groceries and fruit, Jacksonville.
Fisher A. & Bro., gen'l mdse, Jacksonville.
Guilfoyle Jane, prop'ss hotel, Jacksonville.
HOFFMAN & KLIPPEL, hardware and tinware, Jacksonville.
Horne L., prop'r U.S. Hotel, Jacksonville.
JACKSONVILLE, the principal town in the southern part of Oregon, is an incorporated city and the county seat of Jackson County. It is located on the western side of Jackson Creek--a tributary of Rogue River--and is the center of the rich agricultural, stock raising and mining district of that valley, and commands the entire trade. Jacksonville contains about eight hundred inhabitants whose intelligence and industry are proven by the general appearance of their city. The institutions for the education of the young are of a high order, and both public and private schools are well maintained; the private--a seminary for young ladies and a school for boys--by the Roman Catholics. Two weekly newspapers--the Sentinel and Democratic News--are published here. In 1850 [sic] gold was discovered in this vicinity, and the mines were very productive and continue now to furnish employment for numbers of miners, and ample remuneration to the proprietors, which, together with the other interests above mentioned, bespeak for Jacksonville continued prosperity.
KAREWSKI G., gen'l merchandise, Jacksonville. (See adv. p. 661.)

CHEAP FOR CASH.
G. KAREWSKI,
Having just opened a large stock of
Staple Dry Goods, Groceries
BOOTS and SHOES, Blankets, Glassware, HARDWARE, PAINTS and OILS.
MY MOTTO: "Quick Sales and Small Profits."

At BRICK STORE
Cor. of OREGON and MAIN Streets.
            Offers bargains, such as have not been offered before at
JACKSONVILLE.          
    This stock is fresh and of the best quality, and CASH purchasers will do well to call on him. Staple produce taken in exchange for goods. Also, ground salt in 50- and 100-lb. sacks, and fine Liverpool salt.

Kelley H., atty at law, Jacksonville.
Kent F. A. & L. A., millinery, Jacksonville.
LINN D., dealer in furniture and household goods, Jacksonville. (See adv. p. 663.)

D. LINN,
DEALER IN
Furniture and Household Goods
Has constantly on hand a fine assortment,
AT VERY REASONABLE RATES.
JACKSONVILLE    -    -    OREGON.

Luy Frederick, shoemaker, Oregon, Jacksonville.
MANNING J. W., livery and feed stable, Jacksonville.
MARTIN ALEX., gen'l mdse, Jacksonville.
McDaniel J. P., marshal, Jacksonville.
Mensor Morris, gen'l mdse, Jacksonville.
MILLER JOHN, gunsmithing, Jacksonville. (See adv. p. 665.)

HUNTERS' EMPORIUM,
THIRD STREET,
(Next door to B. F. Dowell's Law Office.)
JACKSONVILLE,        OREGON.
ALWAYS ON HAND THE BEST STOCK OF
Patent and Home-Made Rifle and Shot Guns,
Single and Double.
Revolvers of the latest patents; Pocket Pistols, neat, small and
powerful; Derringers, the latest and best. Also, the
best Powder and Powder Flasks; all sorts
of Shot and Pouches; Caps,
Wads, and everything in the Sportsman's line. The above
goods are all of the best quality.

   And will be sold CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
All orders promptly filled. Repairing done promptly and in good style.
JOHN MILLER.      

Muller Max, postmaster and stage agent, Jacksonville.
Neil J. R., atty at law, Jacksonville.
NOLAND JOHN, liquors, wines, etc., saloon, Jacksonville.
Neuber John, jeweler, Jacksonville.
NUNAN J., saddle and harness maker--quick sales and small profits is my motto--Jacksonville.
ORTH JOHN, meat market, Jacksonville. (See adv. p. 668.)

JOHN ORTH,
MEAT MARKET
Also, Dealer in Wool and Hides.
Oregon Street,        Jacksonville, Oregon.

Pape Henry, saloon, Jacksonville.
Pearson John E., livery, Jacksonville.
Reames & Wilson, livery, Jacksonville.
Robb & Kahler, druggists, Jacksonville.
Ryan P. J., gen'l mdse, Jacksonville.
Sachs Bros., gen'l mdse, Jacksonville.
SAVAGE C. W., saloon, Jacksonville. (See adv. p. 671.)

NEW STATE SALOON,
CHAS. W. SAVAGE, Proprietor.
CALIFORNIA ST., OPPOSITE BEEKMAN'S EXPRESS OFFICE
    This favorite resort has been thoroughly overhauled, and is first class in every particular. The Bar will always be supplied with the best of Liquors, Cigars and English Ale on draft, and the best of Porter.
 

SCHUTZ VEIT, City Brewery, Jacksonville.
Solomon L., gen'l mdse, Jacksonville.
Ullmann Antone, tobacco and varieties, Jacksonville.
WETTERER JOSEPH, brewery, Jacksonville.
Williams W., saloon, Jacksonville.
WINTJEN & HELMS, Table Rock Billiard Saloon, Jacksonville. (See adv. p. 675.)
THE TABLE ROCK SALOON,
Wintjen & Helms, Proprietors.
Oregon Street Next to Odd Fellow's Building.
    Messrs. Wintjen & Helms beg to inform their friends and the public generally that they have thoroughly refitted their saloon and reduced the price of liquors to 12½ cents. They will be happy to have their friends "call and smile." English Ale and Porter, together with the finest brands of liquors and cigars always on hand. Fifty points of Billiards for drinks.

WOLFER & KISHNER, El Dorado Saloon, drinks 12½ cents, Jacksonville.
Wolters John, bakery and saloon, Jacksonville.
McKenney's Gazetteer and Directory of the Central Pacific Railroad and its Branches for 1872, H. C. Crocker, Sacramento.  There were no listings for Josephine County or for elseewhere in Jackson County.






  
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