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The following nmnvd entleTi nreauthor-
tr.fd to rewive rind re-elpt for sn inscriptions
r i lie if KutnTKit in rite localities loeiiitoiieu :
Messrs. Kirk limine.
. . . .i'rawfordsville.
Fill DAY AUGUST 20, 1880.
It oar little girls greet their brothers
and sisters, and perhaps even their par.
ents, boisterously ; if, instead of "Good
morning," they cry, "Halloo, papa !j
Halloo, mamma! and call to play,
mates in the street in tl.e . same rongh
manner, who willjbe surprised if this
style follows them as they grow up and
appear a, young ladies ? Referring to
this unladylike manner and mode of ad-
dress, a gentleman writes that, passing
two pretty, well-dressed, stylish-looking
young ladies in the public streets, he
was surptised to hear one meet the other
with "Halloo, Sid !" and the other re
sponded, "Halloo, Tude !" to her friend's
creetms : and he remarks : it was
just what two lounging young men i
might have said, or stable boys, for that
matter. It might not have been so
much out ot the way for the latter, but
I confess it sounded very odd and offen
sive in what I supposed to be two well
bred young ladies ; as much so as it I
Lad heard two beautiful gray and rose
colored birds begin to swear. It was so
unnatural, so oat of place. It may be
the style for young girls or ladies to
greet each other with a 'Halloo ! but I
can't like or get ued to it. These
things may eem but a trifle, but they
make all the difference between nice
things and very common things, We
usually prefer sweet, gentle, refined
girls to those who are coarse and hoyden
teh. Girls may fall into this free-and-easy,
nnlady-like habit through their
brothers example ; but sisters were
given to refine and soften the corser
nature of their brothers. If they do
not do this we shall no longer find in
our sisters refkied and refining compan-
' ions, but the coarse ways and rough
speech ot yonng men in flounces. Is it
not just as easy to imitate the graceful
manners and refined speech ot a lady
as those of a rude, uncultivated boy ?"
The same general rules for correct and
pleasant behavior are safe tor boys and
jrls, ladies and gentlemen. A gentle
man may entertain the highest respect
tor a lady, and be on the most friendly
and intimate terms, but if a true gentle
man, bis respect will withhold him from
carelessness or roughness iu speech or
action. And no lady who is truly re
fined will brook anything approaching
a too familiar tone. It is but just
however to acknowledge that a
lady's manner will fix the metes and
bounds of the liberty which may be
offered. Wben boys and girls, young
men aud maidens, are allowed to fall
into the absurdities ot low, foolish,
meaningless talk it seems to dwarf
tbcra intellectually ; they can find noth
ing ot interest or importance to say, and,
therefore, make up for sense by filling
very sentence with needless exelaroa
tjons, exaggerations, or misplaced ad.
jectives. Jlrs.ET.WiBeeeher in Chris,
A Flnt-CUMa Snake Story.
Thomas Deford, who lives near Bal
timore, relates a first-class snake story,
wherein a water'1 shake - fifteen inches
long, which was7 found imbedded in a
cake ot iee gathered perhaps eighteen
months ago, was restored to life on
Thursday wheo exposed to the sun.
The ice was taxes from the icehouse on
the place, and the snake was seen in the
center ot a torge block. It was cut out
with a pick aod was stiff as a bone.
When exposed to the sun tor some min
utes, however, it began to wriggle, and
after a time started off for the grass. It
was captured and placed alive in a large
glass bottle, and will be shown to the
uicrodaloos. Philadelphia Timet.
Y or; man," said a stern old pro.
fessor to a student who had been charged
with kissing one ot his daughter
"young man, don't get into that habit.
You'll find kissing is like eating soup
with a fork.' "Hot ao, sir ?" asked
the stadeoU "Because," said the stern
profeaaor, "you can'4 get euongfa of it.'
A Georgia colored debating society
was lately diseussing : "Which is beet
for the laboring nan, to work for wages
or part of tile crop V An old "ancle"
tpoke thasense ct the meeting when be
said i "Ho to was da beet, efdey could
be btung to gedder tomohow.
."TV hat is the direct effect ot cheap
newspapers and sensational stories on
the minds of the youii ? Surely not a
beneficial one. In many of them the
chief object is to throw around scenes ot
vice a fascinating charm. Crime is
otten presented as involving a manly
development of courage ; and what is
wanting in attraction and charm in the
plot of the story, or the delineation ot
character and scene, is made up by pic
torial illustrations which are lewd and
imposing. The conseqneuce is that the
minds ot the young are tilled with ro
mantic pictures ot crime, the moial
character is slowly but surely under.
mined, and a rapid transition is made
from the virtues .t home to the vices of
i the street, from the instruction of the
I school to the chastisement ot the prison.
j T,,e ohj contemplate;
j Paiu,ul lhoHSh lhe ,act ,MJ U
is all too true that many of the liber
tines, burglars, swindlers and murder
ers who are now cursing scieiy have
received their first impulses to crime
from the facinatir.g but immoral litera
ture ot the press. The subject is excit
ing, as it should do, a painful sensation
I -t -a - t a i:.r
mo,'S ra""v Ci8!es OI oc,ai Pm,
cai as wen as moral Teiormers. ji re
cent congresses in this country aud
Great Britain it has received no
more than the attention it deserves.
Many stirring appeals have beeo made,
and it may be hoped that they will
have their designed eSect. It is not
! enough to expose the pernicious chaiac
j ter and tendency of these immoral pub
lications, or to place them under sum
mary arrest. The subject should be
kept before the public, and in the writ
ings of the day only the dark side ot
crime should be -j touched upon. The
immoral in popular literature must be
met and counteracted by that which is .
positive on the Fide ot virtne, and both S
cheap aud fascinating in price and style, j
Efforts hitherto made have not been
sufficient to check the evil, which is,
alas, a growing one.
Anchoring; n Horse.
A good story is totd ot an old mari
ner who keeps a little hotel down here
(writes a correspondent tYom Coney
Island, New York's seaside resort.)
His wife was very anxious to have a
horse, sn animal in which the old gen
tleman took but little interest, and the
old lady finally won her point, and got
her horse. The 6teed was of an errat ic
and playful disposition, and used, on
the least provocation, to tear madly
along the beach, and succeeded in
spilling" the old lady several times.
At last the captain, who had never
driven the beast, volunteered to break
him ot his vicious habit ; so, getting an
other old salt to aid him, he procured a
hedge anchor,with a stout line attached.
Fastening the end of the line arounj
the axle, aud putting the anchor into
the phaeton, the firey untamed was
hitched up, and the two gentlemen
started for a drive along tho shore.
Soon the vicious animal espied some
thing which gave him an excuse to run
away, and immediately dashed oil" with
frightful velocity. The captain dropped
the reins and summoned all bands to
"let go the anchor." The anchor was
let go, and caught firmly in the sand.
Tho unsuspecting quadruped pranced
joyously along uutil be got to the end
of the rope, and then he panned
paused so suddenly that the phaeton
was demolished and the two old gen
tlemen shot np into the air like a con pie
of sky-rockets, coming down in a fear.
fully dilapidated condition
is now fcr sale.
A Might Mistake.
ThePaiadise Reporter is responsible
for the following : A lady and gentle
man with their twq, daughters engaged
apartments at a local hotel, room 22,
be;ng assigned to the father and mother,
and room 20 to the yonrg ladies.
After retiring, one ot the young ladies,
from some cause or other, being unable
to sleep, arose, thinking that after a
brisk promenade in the corridor she
might more effectually seek tho domin.
ion of the drowsy god. And after a ten
minuto go-as-you-please she returned to
what she supposed to be her room, jump
ed into bed, planted her small 6's in her
supposed sister's stomach, embraced her
tenderly and exclamed : "Darling I
am cold ; warm me np a little" to
which a deep ba voice responded :
"With pleasure, dear." With a horri
fied shriek she sprang tor the door
and happily found room 20, the Dext
apartment. Fearing to encounter the
knight ot her midnight adventure, she
feigned s'ekness, and tor several days
could not be persoaled to leave her
room. She finally ventured forth to
breakfast', however, her vis-a-vis being
a fine looking young fellow of military
appearance. Iu the course ot the meal
she had occasion to ask him to pass
the salt wheo, horrors, the some bass
voice replied- "witn pleasure." ftne
fainted recovered was introduced and
married. Moral all's well that ends
The V rench Government has ordered
that a course of instruction in agricul-1
lure bo introduced into every primary
school iu the country.
During 1881 no less than five exhibi
tions will be held at Fiaukfoil-ou-tlie-Maiu
viz. : A patent exhibition, a
horticultural, a balneological, an indus
trial, and a tanner' and furriers' ex- j
The important statement is made by
C. Engler that when petroleum is
washed with caustic alkalies and dis
tilled in carbonic acid, it docs not dis
The Jfalure says that according to
some recent experiments ot M Goulier,
the coefficient of expansion by beat of :i
metal by heat is independent of any
pressure put upon the metal, and is the
same under a stress of traction as uu
der one ot compression.
C. T. Kingtsett maintains that the
power ot the several kinds ot the Eu
calyptus to neulralizu malaria depends
upon their property of generating in
atmosphere hydrogen peroxide a sub
stance which, Irom its reactions, is often
confounded by even experienced ob
servers with ozone.
There a:e 9,000,000 kilogrammes of
glyceiine made iu Europe every year.
Ot this quantity France produces m arly
hair, or 4,000,000 kilogrammes, and
England coiitiibutes only 800,001 kilo
grammes. This country, the United
States, however, puts the best and j
purest glycerine on the market.
Perhaps the following conclusion of j
51. Montisiny in a paper published i;i j
Xt.s Slfotdes may prove of value iu !
predicting the weather: He holds that !
very pronounced twinkling of the stars j
indicates eitl er commotion in the opjier j
regions of the atmosphere or a sudden !
fall ot temperatuie there, thus denoting j
the conditions of sn early appearance ot I
bad weather. j
'Ike KcupunHlve C'hortl.
In the early spring of 18G3, u-iien the
Confederate and Federal armies were
confronting each other on the opposite
hills of Stafford and Spottsyivauia, two
bands chanced one evening, at the same
hour, to begin to discourse fwcel musie
on either side ot the river. A larye
crowd ot the soldiers ot both armies
gathered to IL-ten to tho music, tie
friendly pickets not interfering, and
soon the bautfs bean to answer each j
other. First the band on the northern S
bank would play "Star Spangled IJau- j
tier," "Hail Columbia," or some other j
national air, and at its conclusion the i
"boys in blue" would cheer most lusti-!
ly. And then the band on t!.e south- j
urn side would respond with "D:.ie,' j
or "lionnie Blue Flag," or some other j
Southern melody, and the "boys in j
gray" would attest iheir approbation
with an "old Confederate yell." lint
presently one ot the bauds struck up in
sweet and plaintive notes, which were
wafted across the Happahauock and
caught up at onco by the other band
aud swelled into a grand anthem which
touched every heart, "Home, Sweet
Home!" At the conclusion ot thin
piece there went up a simultaneous
shout from both sides of the river.
Cheer followed cheer, and those hills,
which bad so recently resou,nded with
hostile guns, echoed and re echoed the
glad acclaim. A chord had been struck
responsive to which the hemts of ene
mies eitemien then could beat in uni
son ; and on both sides ot the river
"Something down the soldier's check
Washed off the status of powder."
The otlier niglit ct a Loiulon c'uli
nonie Americans wore blasting aliotit
tlifir i'lveiitions, ami the wtnulcr'ul
machines to bo found hi the Slates.
One of them told ot tho well kuown
mtneing machine, which a live jiig be
ing introduced at ono end, turns out the
animal in pa usages at lie other. An
Irishman, who was not going to have
lha Yankees riilii!f roiih-shod over every
other nation, turning; on them said :
"Bedad, we've got the same machine
in Ireiaud, only ours i more perfect,
enre, tor if you don't like t he auagpi,
you can put them back into the machine,
and by reversing tho action they'll
come out a live pig agin where he went
It was a warm afierroon, and yonrg
Mr. Cummagin did nut go ino the house,
but eat down on the porch, as was hi-
custom, after ringing the bell. Her lit
tle sister came to the door and looked
at him with eomo curiosity. "Does
your sister ilaliel know I am here, Nel
lie V he afked. "Oh yes," replied the
innocent prattler, "I guess she does ; she
told me to come out and e how shady
it made the front yard when you put
your feet on the porch railiDg."
Cocoa nut Cake Two cups white
sugar, ttiree fourths cup butter, one cup
milk, two teasjicons Loudon Prize Bak
ing Powder, and the yolks ot five eggs
and one whole egg. (Frosting for the
am a :) Heat the whites of the eggs to
a troth, three cops of the grated cocoa
nut wet with milk, add to thin tour
table-spoons sugar (fine ugar) ; lay this
beiwten aud on top of the above, as in
jelly cake. . .
UnrlicKI i'R. Pinafore.
When I was a lad, and not very tall,
I served a time on the "raging eanawl."
I was kept as busy as a shuttle in a loom
A-scrnbbing off the deck with a big com broom
I sernblied off the deck so eareful-ee,
I'll aeon be the ruler of Hits great couiitrce.
Chicago Free Lance.
THE YAZOO lIA.
Southern Myle in Campaign Meetings.
Washington, Aim. I t. J. H. Randall,
a greenback campaign orator, biis written
a letter just received here relating to his
experiences iu Ahibama. lie went to
Kilier Hill to a barbecue and joint discuss
ion between the Democrats and greeii
b:icker.s. lie got the worst of it. lie says
ot the first democratic orator that in the
course of hU speech lie said that the con
federacy still exists and has many triemls,
and tlint Jeff Davis, the best triend we
ever had. is yet our president and devoted
to our interests, and if Hancock is elected,
and we h.ve no doubt-he will be, you will
be pnid for all the property you have lost
through radical rule, and you must stand
by the great democratic party, tor the
solid south will now give us entire control
ot the general government. When the
greenbackers spoke they got calm, earnest
attention until one n-.nlitor denounced the
"da rimed Yankees" and warned them to j
shut up. ami the meeting wis broken np '
and the greeubackers warned to leave. j
Randall alsi relates his experience at
Shiibuta, a town ot Clarke county. Miss..
near the Alabama line. When he apjiear- !
ed to addies the audience, he was greeted !
as follows : '-There's a grcenbacker,
him !' ''Three cheers for Hancock ; j
Yankee greeubackers. He ought to !
he killed. !" "Let's give him ," j
and other nhrases of like character. A !
well dressed young man, perfectly sober.
separated from the throng aud approaching j
him, delivered a note written on a leaf j
fiom his pocket book : "Dear sir We j
will give you and your 'pard'just 35 j
uiiuiiles to pick up your duds ami get out j
of town as lively you ::s can heel it. Yorrs
to death. Boys of Shubnta." Randall re- j
American, law-abiding citizen, attending
strictly to business, that I cannot stay in
this town ?" "Take the first trait: of
cars, young man." wa the reply of the
Mississippi bulldozer. "We know you
and yon can't stay here. You must go
to the next station." Kandall demanded.
"Who gives the order ?" and was answer
ed by the bulldozers, "The hoys of Shu
Imia. Your time is passing. You had
better be getting along or yon will catch
!..., ,J.,1! .....1,... t 1 .I.J., , I..
jk.,fiii.ii mini-, akmji i im iv III- f
dieate that they did not rierfre that he i
should expound any greenback theories
in that neighborhood. !
ew To-ftay. j
Ladies Variety Emporium.
MRS. M7j. HYDE
KKEt'S CONSTANTLY OX HAND
German Zephyr. Cunrrts, TftwJ. l'irnt,
Seclle--, ll'iitms, Jiinl Hair Niritrk
e 'ti.tl furls, Il'igiery, .ftlcuijiel
Goo'lx, it'C. lie, t(-c.
Also. Am.nl ror Ir. Warner'H
ESeitt!i Con! t
Ii51l' W ulst I
una Miidmu Foyo's
Corset JSlcii-t Supjiortor.
S?3f"F rench 'tumping doue to onler.
lakT UioivJalbin St., opposite IMtjil3ceJS3!?T
F03 HA1T AUD BEAST.
For mort than a third of a centurv the
j Mexican M ntUng Kiluliuenthas been
anuwn 10 millions nil over mo worm as
the onlv safe reliance for tlin relief r
accidents ami pain. It is a medicine
above price unci praise t lie brst or Its
kind. For every fo-.tu of external pain
j Mustans Liniment 1 without mi equal,
j It penetrates floH and. muscle to
I the very bone making tho continu
j niiceot'pain mid infiumution impossible,
jits effeois upon Human Flesh and the
J Unite Creation, aru equally wonderful.
1 The Mexican
Liniment is needed by somebody in
very house. Every day ln-tiiK news or
the niiayifiii awful scaluor burn
subdued, of rbeumatlo martyrs re
stored, or a valuable liorse or ox
saved by tho healing power of this
which speedily enros such ailments of
the UL'.UAN FI.ESli us
Kheumatlsm, Hwclllnri, Stlfl
khuu, toiiuracua itftuscies, anrai
an. I Mraldx, Cuts, liraltei and
Hpinlm, Vnlsouonl Bites and
Sllnes, Stillness, LamaneM, Old
Mores, fleers, frostbites, t'blltilalns,
More Nipples, faked Jtreast. and
indeed every form of external dis
ease. It heals without sears.
For the Brute Creation it ruren
Nprains, Mvvim:y, Stlft Joints,
Founder, ITnrness bores, Hoot lata
eaves, Fool Rot, Srranr Worm, Scab,
llollovr Born, Srratetarii, Wind
s;alls, Spavin, Thrush, Rlnabone,
Old Sores, lo!l Kvll, lllin upon
the Mlsrht and every other ailment
o which the occupants of the
Htnhle and Slock Yard are liable.
Tho Mexican Mustang Llalment
always cures anil never disappoints;
anil it is, positively,
FOS WAIT 02 BEAST;
mfenfl business now before the public. Tou
jia i can make money faster at work for ns
than at anything else. Capital not required.
We will start you. 12 a diiv and upwards
made at home by the industrious. Men,
women, boys and Rirls wanted ttvervwhe.ro to
work for us. V o w is t he time. You tan devote
your whole time to the work, or only your
spare moments. No otlier business :ill pay
you nearly as well. No one willing to work
can fail to make enormous pay bv engaging at
once. Costly Out lit. and terms trim. X great
opnortunity for making money easilv and
honorably. Address Trvf. A Co., Aturnsta,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS,
CALIFORNIA CSACSEES, CANDIES, ITTJTS,
In fact the Largest, bent Assorted aud mottt Varied Stock or
GROCERIES Iu the country.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE GROCERY IN
la Fireproof Brick, First
1 f'M E -iiSllPip
Over OETES THOUSAND in Use
'(II I Great chance to make money. Wo
tfriilr, need a person in every town lotHke
xnlicriitioiis for the larirest. cheapest snJ best
Illustrated family publication in tlie wort'!.
Anyone can becomu a successful lurunt. Six
ol'-snnt works of art triven free to subscribers. !
The price is so low that almost everybody sui- j
critics, une njii'iit reiions Ukini; rso sunscn
bir in a dy. A iwy asrent icp rts mskiiiK
over -200clr proflt In ten days. All who en
fCHUt nuike money fnst. Yon can devote all
vour time o the business, or only spare time.
You need not be. away from home over niglit.
Yon can do It as well as others. Full directions
and terms free. Kleirant and expensive Outtlt
fiec. If yon want pmtitable work send us your
millions at once. Ir costs nolhinir to try the
business. Jioono who ensnutes fails to make
srrfnt iiv. Address koi;e Stinson A Co..
Portland, Maine.. S-13
In the Circuit t.'onrt of the State of Oregon for
the conn tv of I. inn.
LHlic J. Ilasbrouck, plalntiir,
M. L. llasbrouck, ii. C t'nolcy and J. H. Wssh
burn, psi'tncrs under the firm name and style
of Cooley & Washburn, and Albert Butts, "de
Ion dan Is.
To M. I.. Hasbrouck, one of the defendants
above tiiimed :
In the name of the Stateof Oregon Yon am
herby recinirt-d to appear a,d answer theonn
plnint tllcl against jou in the atove entitled
action on or before the fourth Monday of Oc
txlier next, it being the
25A day of October, T880,
and theflrst day of the next reirular term of
said Court, and if you fail so to answer, tho
plaintiff will upply to the Court fir the relief
demanded therein, to-wit : the dissolution of
tho iHtnds of matrimony subsisting lietween
plaintiff and yourself, for the care.custodv and
control of tbe niinorchild, Walter C. llasbrouck,
that, the interest of all parties in and to tbe fol
lowing described real estate, to-wit :
IlcHiimini; at the southeast corncrof the Sam
uel Johnson donation land claim, being claim
Nos. 52. mid 38, and notification No. 2u71. runn
ing thence west 147 rods, thence north 90 rods,
thence east 14-1 rods, thence south 90 rods to tho
beginning;, containing 8o acres, and lyinv and
being in Linn connty, OreRon.
lie ascertained ami determined, and if ncetMstv
ry.that the same be sold by decree of satd Court,
anil such xrtlons of the proceeds theivof las
decreed to the plaintiit as she mtiy in eifnity
and jnst ice lie entitled to for nxuntulninK aiul
ciirry Ing on this suit, for connsel fr es and for
the lutiire maintenance and suport of plain
tiff and her child, or that the undivided ono
third thereof, free from encumbrance, be set
apart and confirmed to her in her individual
right, and that any portion of the personal
propcrtv, that may be on hands at the final
hearing, be decreed to plaintitf or be sold for
t he benefit, of plaintiff and child, and for the
costs and dlsbnmtuents of the suit to lie taxed.
This euotiuons is published bv order- of the
Hon. It. P. Boise, Judge of said Court, made at
Chamliers in the city of Salem, Oregon, on the
7th day .f July, 1880.
WKATHJiBFOBD & SILACKBURN,
vI2n!4 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
fttYT TWIt to sen
for our fries List ror
18(1. Faaa to anr
aiKlreu upon p
descriptions of erery
tlilttr required for
with over l.ano Ilhistratlon. Ws sell ail
arooda at wholesale prices Id quantities to suit
tits purchaser. Tbe only Institution la A merles
who make ihl(tbelrsictal bnatnem. Address,
MONTtillMKKY WAII CO.,
ii't tt ) Wauaan Ave., Chicago, IU
Ha tail Sealers la
Street, Albany, Oregca.
The Great Carriage Manufacturing House of the
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.,
Rest JJatcrlnl, ooiI Worfktiunhlp, Ilandtoine Kl)lr, Strong
' aud Unrubte Vehicles in Ercrr Respect.
70,000 I CilH.RIilKS
o . : i
nAinnrsM nv r.MKHMax. i imikb a- to-, ark sow is I'seirevuy
PAUT OF TUK aElllCA9i COHTISESY.
Tho-Ktcc nnfallinp satisfaction. All their work is warranted. They hav received teatimo--n
mis from nl I i-rt s of t be cou n I ry of pnrpor; similar to the following, hundreds of which are on
fllo subject to inspection : . j
- Messrs. Kmkksou, Finher Co.: . ' 1 Oaita, Ills., Jnlr 16, 1879.
I have used one of vour Top muRiffS three years, and three of them two years in my Itver
stable, and they have given me ix'iftxt satisfaction and aro in constant use. OfiCAU aMALLtY.
Messrs. C'omwk A jcnxs N : 1 Nrwberrt. . C, Jnly 17. 187S.
Ia-ar Sirs 1 have been ttsfn-j; ttie tinwon & FisliBrTlnggy I longht from yon as rowthly.I
suppos!. us an v one couH. " 1 hit I a f;-t horsedrove him at full speed, comet lines with two la
dies and myself iu the bngv. an J it is tvday worth all tire money I paid for iu I say 1h Kn
ersan Fisher Buggies will do. A. M. Tiaocs, Farmer.
The lavomble renntat ioo the Cnrrlages have made In kmalit ies where they havaj been used for
several years bv Liverymen. Physicians, and others requiring hard and constant wsa, has lerrt te
an inciiiwiil demund from those localities, to meet which the manufacturing firctlitins or t!icl
inauimuih establtslimunt Imvc lni n extended, enabling I bvtn now to Inm out in goaxl t ic. .
360 CARRIAGES A WEEK.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S CARRIAGES ARE THE $E3T,
Albany, : Oregon.
REGULATING TIME-PIECES A BEPAIP
Ing Jewelry a specialty. Call. vllnlT
Agents ' Tor "Sw lit nie" Swl SI
In fallible -la&i&a Bsnsiiss. .
. Sure Shot For
DURfSO A LOX RKSIIENCE AMOSfO
t ho Indian tribes of the coast and the int
nor, I have had the good fortune to discover,
from tbe Metliclne" men of the several tribe,
and from other sources, a nnmberof remedies
for difteiLses incident to thie eoontry, contt
irr of roots, herbs and bark, and having Iteeu
solicited by tnuny people of this valley, who
have tried and proved tho efficacy of them In .
disease, to procure and ntlbr the Bitine for sale,
I take this muansof announcing to all that,
during tho past season,! have uiadean extend
ed tour thi-oueh the mountains and vallers.
an i have secured certain of tbesa remedies
which are a sure cure for . .
le? vtx and -Aettio.
Throw autforlng from Ague who defdre to he
tire-l,can leave orders at Mr. 81 rontf valors on
First street, when I will furnish tbe remedies.
wHrrriating a radical cure or I will demand no
pny. yr. n. joim.
&jyRcinedles done np In $1 packages. 12-1
In Linn Goun,
McFARLAND & HARVEY.
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