The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, February 04, 1871, Image 3

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    TUE DEMOCRATIC TIMES
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SATURDAY MORNIVJ, FEB. 4, 1871.
THOMAS BOYCE. No. 30 (Second
door,) Merchant’s Exchange, California Street,
below Montgomery, is our duly authorized agent
for Saa Francisco.
T hanks .—Our thank» are due Messrs. Wi-
tner'Jt Son, of the Wimer Flouring Milla,
at Phoenix, for 400 lbs. of flour donated by
them,to this office. The flour has been tested,
and is pronounced to be of a superior quality.
This enterprising firm are about to erect an­
other mill about 300 yards above the present
one, which is to bo the standard mill of this
county. It will be completed by the 10th of
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Action at Law to recover money.
Frank Brvhan, Pl'ff, vs. 8. A. Heilner, Deft.
To 8. A. Heilner : In the name of the State of
Oregon, you are required to appear in said Court
and answer the complaint of said Plaintiff filed
against you, within ten days from the time ot the
servioe of this summons on you, if served within
said county ; or, if served on you out of the State
of Oregon, then it is ordered by T. H. B. Shipley,
Judge of said Court, that publication be made foi
six weeks in the D emocratic T imes , a newspapei
published in Jacksonville, Jackson county. Ore
gon, prior to the first Monday in March, A. D.,
Jacksonville Market Prices,
and ordered that Tuesday. Marell 7th, be set S alt
100 tb ...
apart for hearing objections to the same. In S alekiti s p* tb.,
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON;
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FAIN
IDS 'hL
INTERNALLY-
CURES CRAMPS,
he undersigned take pleasure
TIIE BEST PLACE
T
CLOTHS
SUMMONS.
BLANKETS,
The Pain King
CURES CHOLERA,
The Pain King
CURES SICK HEADACHE,
IS AT
The Pain K ing
CURES INDIGESTION,
KEPT BY
The Pain King
SACHS BRO’S.
CURES DYSENTERY,
The Pain King
CURES SUDDEN COLDS.
E HAVE ON HAND A LARGE AS60RT-
uient of
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DRY AND FANCY' GOODS,
EXTERNALLY-
N THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE STATE
of Oregon, County of Jackson.
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Ilellen Ann Hardes, Pl'ff, vs. Janies Hardes, Deft.
Suit for Dissolution of Marriage Contract.
hoop skirts ,
CLOTHING,
The Pain King
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CURES SCALDS,
ETC., ETC.
—ALSO—
HATS,
The Pain King
Boots and Shoes; Ladles’, Misses’
To J ames H ardes . the above named D ef ’ t :
GROCERIES,
aud Childrens’ Shoes.
In the name of the State of Oregon, you arc here­
CURES FROST BITES,
by required t> appear and answer the complaint,
PROVISIONS,
filed against you in the above entitled suit, within W k have also in connection with the abort a very
The Pain King
ten days from the time of the service of this sum­
Large and Extensive Stock of Choico
QUEENSWARE,
mons upon you, if served within this county : or,
CURES BRUISES,
if served in any other county of this State, then
LIQUORS,
within twenty days from the date of the service of GROCERIES.
The Pain King
this summons upon you ; and if the same be served
SEGARS & TOBACCO,
by publication, then within six weeks from the first
HARDWARE,
CURES RHEUMATISM,
publication of this summons in the D emocratic
all of which will be sold very
T imes .
QUEENSWARE,
The Pain King
The Deft will take notice that if he fails to ap
CHEAP FOR CASH^S^
pear and answer the complaint of Pt'fT, as aforesaid,
CLASSWARE,
CURES TOOTH ACHE,
the Pl’ff will apply to the Court for the relief de­
Please call, before purchasing elsewhere, and
manded therein, to-wit : the dissolution of the
CUTLERY,
judge fur yourself.
The Pain King
marriage contract now existing between Pl'ff and
SACHS BRO'S.
Deft and the care nnd custody of Mary, together
PAINTS,
CURES STINGS OF INSECTS.
January 7th. 1871.
with the costs and disbursements of this suit to be
taxed. By order of P. P. Prim, Judge, Jan. 14.h,
OILS,
1871.
THE NEW FOOD.
As a Family Medicine, it stands unrivaled.
J. R. NEIL, Att’y for Pl’y.
Vuy it, try it, and be convinced. For sale by all
ETC,
Jan. 14th, 1871.
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lealers in Patent Medicines.
ALSO
W. L. COWAN, Proprietor.
Jan. 14-tf.
the inuttet of the estate of Stephen Hallech,
deceased, Win. M. Mathes, administrator, V inegar
Gal.
fidox
presented final aecount; ordered that Tuesday HAL,r‘>RNIA M atches
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the 4th day of April, 1871, be set apart for
PROVISIONS
hearing objections to the settlement of the
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same. In the matter of ths estate of Hugh B acon * 4
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Isaac VanDorn, certain described real prop A pples —Dried ç* !b........................ .
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erty, but died before executing conveyance;! llOXr.Y (5 lb..................................... t
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further, that »aid VanDorn has paid the
VEGETABLES
purchase price; ordered that the adm.nistra
P otatoes
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tor execu.e to said VanD >rii a good, sufficient U nions p* lb ........ .......................
deed tor the prupeity described in sai l pen B eans 'D tb
t>ou. In the in itt'-r ot tiie estate <4 J.>auua
11. S.erne, deceased, Silas J. Day, ad.uitn.-. j
trator d: bonis non, h.eJ petitio i .i^koig
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permission to sell real estate; ordered ilia,
citation l>e is-ue i, requiring all persons inter­
y virtue of an execution issued
by the Clerk of the County Court, of the
ested to appear ut the Marell term ot the I
WILLIAM DAVIDSON,
(State of Oregon, for the county of Jackson, and
Court, und show cause why the petition '
| to me directed, in favor of Win. Bilger and against I iim now ready to sell anything in my line at th.
M A. Elder, for the recovery of the lum of three lowest each price. Persons wishing t > buy good
not
be
grained.
should
hundred and thirty-five and eighteen-one hundreths will find it greatly to their advantage to exainiiv
dollars ($335 18-100). gold coin, together with the our stock betöre purchasing elsewhere, as I ant
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| costs and accruing costs, I huve levied upon an i determined not to be undersold by any house in
T he W hite P rince .—As the impruvemem |
Office, No. 61 Front Street,
I will on
Jackson county.
of stuck is a matter of inu.iient to the stuck
Thursday,
February
16th,
A.
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18T1,
ral-ets and farmets of this valley, we invite
PORTLAND, OREGON.
^-<7“ Give me a call, and then judge for your-
between tho hours of 9 o’clock a . m . and 4 o’clock self as to our capacity to furnish goo.is as above.
u careful ptTU-ai ot tne advertisement ol Mr.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and EAST p. M. of said day, at the Court House door in the
W.C. Myer’s Percheruu horse, White Pr.uce. PORIL a ND, in the most de.-irable localities, con­ I town of Jacksonville, in said county, offer for sale
JAS. T. GLENN.
where a truthful sia-emetit will be obtained sisting <>f LOTS, HALF BLOCKS and BLOCKS, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash in ’
gold and silver coin, the following described real
HOUSES und cTOKES ; also,
couceruing nis form, size, action mid cu.ur;l
j property, to-wit: the undivided one-half (J) of
and about Ins color—a dapple gray — wc
IMPROVED FARMS, an! valuable un­ l one water ditch known as the Walker’a Creek
quote the following opinion oi an eminent: cultivated LANDS, lucaled iu ALL parts of the • Ditch, and conveys the water from Walkers creek
' to the mines on the right hand fork of Jaekson
1 S TATE lor SA LE.
FrenC t author; “I liked the gray horse be
I creek ; also the undivided one-third (J) ot the
cause I th »ugtit that Providence had etea eu
REAL ESTATE ami other Property pur I quartz lode, known as the Johnson A Elder Quartz
Lode, at the head of Scliivelv Gulch, a tr'butary
it gray in order that it might be able to ' chased for Correspondents, iu this till and of the right han I fork of said Jacks-m creek ; also
i throughout the st ATES and TERRITORIES,
withstaiil, during ns work, lite beat ut lite ¡with gieat care and «11 the most ADVANTA­ the undivided one third (J) of the Elder .1 John-
son Q iartz Mill and machinery, situated cn the
sun, uni not be prostrated under its rays. 1 GEOUS TERMS.
right hand fork of said Jackson creek. all in Jaek­
SPECIAL NOTICES
Sheriff’s Sale.
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THE WHITE PRINCE
son county and State afori-said, levied upon ns the
property of the said M. A. Elder, to satisfy the
above mentioned execution.
This the 14th dnv of Januarv, A. D., 1871.
HENRY KLIPPEL, Sheriff,
P er E. D. F oi 'D rav , Deputy.
| Jacksonville, Jan. 21st, 1870.
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suit and his punauia ; us mr soldier, in the
field, liked, under the Air.can or Mexican
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the CIT-
sky, the havelock which protected him
1ES and TOWNS in the STATE, will receive
against the rays of the burning luminary. 1 descriptions ot FARM PROPERTY and forward
Redemption of State Bounty Boni»— One Full Blood and two three-quarter
Eked it gray because it seeinel to me to recall tt e same to the above address.
blood Perrlier.il maree.
February 4th, 1871.
Amn’t. Applicable for Redemption, $12 OOO
more than any other the Arab, the primitive
' byrail to Chico, Cal. He is alight, dapp’e gray, 5
horse; because Percbe having always pot-
' years old the coming Spring ; weighed when ship­
O
ffice
S
tate
TRExsrnF.n,
sensed gray horses, I tfiought there was much
ped in Ohio, 1.680 lbs., at at maturity, in go >d
Sal-tn, Jan. 7th, 1870.
condition,
wi 1
more chance 0» finding, under this coat, the
EALED PROPOSALS
WILL BE
RE-
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ceived by the undersigned, at his office, in Sa­
type of the Country ; because I hud been
lem, until Feb. 9th, 1871, for the surrender o!
rocked to sleep to the lune ul that old ballad
J
Bounty Bonds, issued uu .er provision of an Act of
the Legislative Assembly of the State of Oregon,
of our ancestors, celebrating Charles de Trie,
granting Bounty to volunteers of this State, enlis­ Has large, broad, fleet limbs, g od di-;osit'on,
the Percheruu Seigneur, going forth to c on
ted in the service of the United States, approved 11 a ingcountenance, fine style, good ncl.ou, anol
bat the English at the battle of Poitiers : “O..
October 24, 1864, at the lowest r ite, not exceeding lias never been bred to any extent.
While in the East burning for a horse to l.rii g
par value, as may redeem the greatest number <4
charger white the sire of Trie Against the foe
Bonds. Bids to include interest to date of surren­ to this coast, I saw nineteen imported Pcrcher* >■
horses, end I am satisfied The Wh te Prince for
has gone to war,” etc. etc.
der, and to be addressed to
S
A
Pain is supposed to be the lot of us poor mortals,
B urglaby .—On Wednesday night last, the as inevitable as death itself and liable at any time
to come up-n us. Therefore it is important that
•tore of G. Karewski was broken mto. Two) remedial agents should be at hand to be used on
of our townsmen were returning from the' an emergency when the seminal principle lodged
in the system shall develop itself, and we feel the
brewery, when they discovered alight iu said excruciating agonies of pain, or the depressing in­
store, and ;he hoar being late, it occurred to fluence of disease. Such a remedial agent exist-
in the Pain Killer, whose fame has utado the cir­
them that something must be wrong ; and cuit of the globe. Amid the eternal ices of the
making a recomioiss nice of the premises, they polar regions or beneath the intolerable and burn­
ing sun of the tropic1, its virtues are known ami
, tound a hole through the wall in the Tear ol: appreciated. Under all latitudes, from the one
the store. The next thing of interest that extreme to the other, suffering humanity has found
was Mr. Chinaman, ! re’ief front nt ny of its ills by its use. The wide
appeared
to them
anti broad area over which this medicine has spread,
with a candle io his hand, prospecting the attests its value anti potency. From a small bc-
io» Ue. O.ie concluded to go and get the ' gining, the Pain Killer has pushed gradually along,
making its own highway, solely by its virtues.
night watch while the other would keep
Suck unexampled success and popularity has
guard. Johu Chinaman heard or smelt a brought others into the fielfl, who have attempted,
under similarity of name, to usurp the confidence
■“mice,” and started cut of the opening lie of the people and turn it to their own selfishness
had chiselled through the wall, when the man anil dishonesty, but their efforts have proved fruit­
/in guard »truck him on the head with a less, while the Pain Killer is still growing in pub-
| lie favor.
brick, which only had a tendency to make
jan. 21, 1871.
John realize bi> situation, and he gave the
man a stroke in the side and arm with some
keen instrument, after which he started on a
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON,
Corner of California and Third St*.,
Real Estate Dealer
Jikei it gray, as the Arab likes bis hurst
gray and bis b mriious of a whitish e.Jor ; a.»
the American planter likes bis wbi.e c •tun.
KING!
The Pain King
READI-MADE CLOTHING,
GROCERIES.
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THE GREAT
STAPLE DRY GOODS
Rxv, F ather B lanchett will hold divine ser- Reported nnd corrected weekly for the D emocratic
vices at the Catholic Church to-morrow, at the T imes hy Sachs Bros., YVholsale and Retail dealers
usual hour.
in Drygoods, Clothing, Groceries, Proviaions,
Etc., Etc.
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In the matter of the estate of Aaron Cham S ugars —Crushed A
S F Golden C 4 4
bers, deceased, 11. F. Maury, administrator,
Sandwich Is B 44
having filed final account—ordered that,ç
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UPFKE—Costa Rico 4 4
Fresh Ground 4 4
Tuesday, the 7th day of March, be set apart,
44
Chocolate
tor hearing objections, if any, to the settle­ T eas —Young llyson 4 4
4 4
Japan
ment of the same. In the matter of the es
F lour —"p 100 lb......
tate of Josiah Newland, deceased* Charles
I M eal
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Griffith, •dminiitrator,
I____________ , r presented
________ _________
final ac ___________
C rackers .
lb ........
count, praying f»r an order of final settlement,
Uos
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN!
in notifying his friends and the public gener-
vlly tnat he is now receiving and opening a very
1871.
And you are notified that if you fail to answci .arge and extensive stock of
said complaint as above required, the Plaintiff wil
apply to the Court for the relief demanded therein
“to-wit” : For a judgment against you for th«
sum of two hundred dollars ($200), in U. S. gob
ami silver coin, with interest thereon at the rat<
of 10 per cent, per annum, from the 16th day o'
November, A. D., 1865, and the costs and dis
bursements of this action to be taxed.
Done by order of said Court, made on the 4tl
day of January, 1871.
II. K. HANNA,
Agent for Plaintiff.
CALIFORNIA AND SALEM
Jan. 7th, 1371.
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occasion.
SOMETHING NEW!
GENERAL MERfllANDlSE,
N THE COUNTY’ COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon for the County of Jaekson.
Religious Notices
C ounty C ol bt .—Monday, Jan. 30th, 1871,
T. H. B. Shipley, Judge, (sitting in Probate)
DEALER IN
SUMMONS
HUDSON Ac MENET, are our duly author July uext.
lied Agents in the Atlantic States. Office, 41
Perk Row, “Times” Building, New York.
W ashington ’» B irthday .—Mr. Benedick
will give a ball on the 22J inst., at his hotel
on
Applegate, where terpsicborean amuse­
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
ment will be dispensed to nil who may be
pleased to attend. Come old and young—
Mr. Benedick will doubtless do honor to the
R ev . C. A lderson will hold divine service at
the M. E. Church to-morrow at 11 a. m. and at
7 p. m. Subject for the evening—Temperance,
JAS. T. GLENN,
ÿtgal giibtriistmtuts.
egs leave to inform tiie public
For a few cents yon can buy
of your Grocer or Druggist a
package of SEA MOSS FARINE
made from pure Irish Moss or
Carrageen, which will make
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Puddings
Custards, Creams, Charlotte
Russe, &c. It is the cheapest,
healthiest and most delicious
food in the world. It makes a
splendid Dessert, and has no
equal as a light and delicate
food for Invalids and Children.
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A Glorious Change!!
217, 55. 340, 332,307, 341,374.333. 376. 409, 410,
101,406,419. 423, 428, 435, 346. 422,474. 543,
402. 554, 540. 539. 531, 319, 502, 178, 348, 48,
433, 392. ’.8«, 358, 480. 544. 508, 418, 342, 414,
415, «95, 532, 459, 448, 429, 427, 421, ,431. 347,
496. 369, 304, 497, 28. 556,310, 413, 558, 559, 567,
593, 592, 561. 434, 315, 321, 45, 214, 591, 562, 575,
589, 574, 493, 709, 458, 492, 494. 499.
No intere t will be allowed on the above orders af­
ter this date.
JOHN NEUBER, Treasurer,
Jackson County, Oregen.
Jacksonville, January 28th, 1871.
Plantation Bitters.
The Percheron
I would here say, that well informed horsemen who
were acquainted with this stock, said The White
Prince was as promising a young horse a. they
had ever seen imported. To those who are not
posted as to their hi.-tory, the
THE PLACE
French Writers Say
O H E3 A. I* 3E3 n.
PROCLAMATION.
irtereaa, under the Act of the Legislative As­
sembly of the State of Oregon, entitled “An Act
to protect litigants,” approved October 24, 1870.
the proprietor of the Eugene City Guard ha* been
designated to publish the legal and judicial adver­
tisements for the County of Lane ; the proprietor
of the Pl«i»dealer, for the counties of Coos, Cur­
ry, Josephine, and the proprietors of the D emo ­
cratic T imes , for the county of Jackson : and
R’Aereae, the said several proprietors of said
newspapers have filed with the County Clerk of
said several counties, written stipulations, accept­
ing the conditions of said act, together with
bonds approved as said law directs, with proper
returns and notices thereof to this offioe according
to law :
Now, therefore, said several newspapers are
hereby proclaimed to be appointed and confirmed
ns the medium through which all judicial and legal
advertisements, for said several counties respect­
fully, shall be published for the period authorised
by said law.
Done at the city of Salem, this 21st day of
January, A. D. 1871.
L F. GROVER. Governor.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
PUBE ARABIAN
In the last century. It is that which gives them
their endurance, style, form and action.
“He has not such a fine skin as the Arab, nor
his prettily rounded, oval, and small foot ; but
we must remember the fact that he lives under a
cold climate upon elevuted plains, where nature
gives him for a covering a thicker skin and a
warmer coat, and that be has been for years step­
ping upon moist, clayey eoil.”
TEHMS $35 in U. S. gold coin, the season.
Good pasturage, with good fence, near here, at 50
cts. per week. Everybody is invited to come and
see uiy stock and judge fur themselves,
W. C. MYER.
Ashland Mills, Ogn., January 25tb. 1871.
LACIER!
LAGER!
EAGLE BREWERY
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The House has lately been re-painted, and reno-
ated ; the rooms arc newly furnished, and well
entilated.
The bedrooms are supplied with
■ P /NG REUS, nn-1 every other convenience fur
the comforts of guests.
HOARD AND LODGING
Can be had nt reasonable rates, according 'o the
room occupied.
TIIE TABLE
Will be supplied with the beat the market o*n af­
ford.
FAMILIES
Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
for their comfort and convenience, as well ns every
attention and comfort usually found nt a well kept
Hotel.
is attached to the Hotel, for Balls, Meetings,
Shows, Ac., aud can be had at reasonable term».
The Hotel is furnished with a bar room where
(ho very beat liquor« and cigars tn ay be found, at
prices to suit the times.
Jacksonville, Ogn., Jan. Sth, 1871.
t.
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HOW TO KEEP
your —
MONEY AT HOME,
B uy the WOOLLEN GOODS manufactured
by the
ROGUE RIVER VALLEY
»
—AT—
Who would respectfully announce to the trade
and public generally, that they are now manufact­
uring and have on hand for sale, a large assortment
of BLANKETS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, plain
TWILLED and CHECK FFANNELS, AC. AC.
of the best quality and at
FISHER & BRO.’S
LOW RATES.
Cheapest!
DEALERS IN
FANCY, STAPLE ftDRV'GOODS,
Clothing,
Boots & Shoes,
Groceries,
Liquors,
Cutlery,
Crockery,
Etc., Etc.,
OF THE BEST Q.UAUITY ,
and tiie
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY.
OSEPH WETTERER HAS NOWON HAND
FISHER * BRO.’S,
and is constantly manufacturing the best Lag­
HEREBY ANNOUNCE TO THE VOTERS
of Jacksonville, that I will be a candidate for
er Beer in Southern Oregon, which ha will sell in (Corner California and Oregon Street»,)
quantities to suit purchasers. Call and test the
Town Marshal at the election in March, next.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
article.
A. HELMS.
May 1st, 1869.
Jackionville June 5th, 1869.
Jacksonville, J* d . 2l»t, 1870.
I
It is located in the central part of Jacksonville ;
(ages from the North and South leave regularly
r iu the U. S. HOTEL.
To Buy Goods
THAN THE
Ttlicy havebcen kept ns a distinct breed for more
than a century, and undoubtedly trace to the Ara-
bian, and huve several intusions of
that he has the largest, best, and most cotn-
uodious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
‘
A LARGE HALL
WEIGH 1,800 POUNDS
P
B
TIIE GREAT WORLD’S TONIC
This wonderful vegetable re­
storative is the sheet-anchor of
the feeble and debilitated. As a
tonic and cordial for the aged
and languid, it has no equal
among stomachics. As a remedy
L. FLEISCHNER,
for the nervous weakness to
I FORM,
SIZE, STYLE AND ACTION
Treasurer of State,
which women are especially sub­
Salem, Oregon.
jan21-30d.
Surpasses them all. In this selection 1 was as. ject, it is superseding every other
fisted by Mr. Jas. Fullington, ex-Pretident Ohio
Notice to Holders of County Orders. State Agricultural Society, said to be as good a stimulant. In all climates, tropi­
judge of this stock asany person in the United i
States He was one of the first importers, is fa- ' cal, temperate, or frigid, it acts
State of Oregon,
miliar with their endurance in France, and their as a specific in every species of
SS.
breeding qualities in Ohio.
County of Jackion. j
Those who have read in the American Agri-' disorder which uudermines the
culturiit
and other agricultural papers, know the bodily strength and breaks down
ERSONS HOLDING THE FOLLOWING
County Oriicrs arc hereby notified to |>resent world-wide reputation ut
the auimal spirits. For sale by
the same for payment :
No. 270, 292, 336. 354, 368, 35, 339, 352. 314,
all druggists.
DIVORCES.
Absolute Divorces legally obtained in New
York,
Indiana, Illinois, and other States, for per­
2 40 gait to place« unknown. Everybody id
sons from any State or country, legal everywhere ;
town laments the fact that the guard did not desertion, drunkenness, nun-support, elc., suffi­
hit him hard enough with that brick. He cient cause ; no publicity. No charge until di
vorce ia obtained. Advice free.
held the brick iu bis band and hit him with
Address, MOORE A RICHARDSON,
Counsellors at Law,
the flat side.
180 Broadway, New Vork City.
January 7th, 1871.
jan7-ly.
A W arning . —The following dispatch was
received, dated January 31nt, by Mr. C. C.
Chapped Hands aud Face,
Beekman, of thia place, from II. II. Bigeiuw,
Sore Lips, Dryness of the Sklu.
Ace,, &c..
cf Sao Francisco : “Newton Kellogg is is
Cured
at
once
by
HEGEMAN
’S CAMPHOR ICE
tuing bogus policies, professedly from Home
B ITH GLYCERINE. It keeps the hands soft
of San Francisco.' Request local papers to in all weather. See that you get HEGEMAN’S.
Sold by all Druggists, only 25 cents. Manufac­
warn public.”
by H egeman 4 Co., Chemists and
i tured only
Druggists, New York.
WIMER FLOURING MILLS—We
January 7th, 1871.
jan7-ly.
have on bands plenty of shorts and bran, whieh
we will sell cheap for cash. Bran. 75 cts., shorts,
To avert evil is one of the' grandeet tri­
umphs of human skill. This triumph is achieved
$1 25 per 100 Iba.
by D r . W alker ’ s V egetable V inegar B itters .
J. WIMER A SON.
They build up, fortify and renovat ethe treble sys­
tem, thus enabling it to defy the elemental causes
F atal A ccident .—A Chinaman was killed, of disease. Hence their efficacy as a protective
the early purl of the week, in the Grave medicine, in districts where the air and water are
The weakest and most susceptible organi­
ereek diggings, by a bank caving io on him. impure.
sation is rendered proof against all malarious dis­
orders by taking one or two doses daily as a pre­
T ry the Paio King.
ventive.
L. HORNE, Proprietor,
r
Orders solicited. A liberal discount made to the
trade.
Ashland, May 1st, 1869.
CITY BREWERY,
—BY—
VEIT SHTTTZ’,
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
he undersigned respectfully in -
T
forms the citizens of Jacksonville and surround­
ing country, that he is now manufacturing, and
will constantly keep on hand, the very best of
Lager Beer. Those who wish a cool glass of beer
should give me a call.
Jacksonville, June 12th, 1869.
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PAÏ Ï01IR TAXES!
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