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THE FATE OF MISSISSIPP.
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Well, in trailing d«wn tho border.
Here he pitched his tent, at last.
And the dogs—they sought him somehow—
Gathered round him thick and fast ;
Hound and cur, full twenty of them,
Le«pc<l ^bout his open door ;
And the cabin was their kennel.
And their couch—its rugged floor.
Up and down the wooded gorges,
Ere the morning sun grew warm ,
You could hear their angry chorus.
Sweeping like a winged »form—
Till the quick snarl of hi« rifle,
Downward by the river shore,
Jlu-hed the rolling wave of clatn »r.
Aud the gallant chase was o’er.
But the vanguard of Improvement,
With tho compass ami the chain,
Bivouacked along the valley.
From the mountain t“ the main ;
Ami the iron arm of Progress
(•’er the virgin wild was thrown ,
Ai. 1 the steam-fiend shrieked and bellowed
Where the solitude was known ;
throbbed and thundered
With the tread of mailed steeds,
And the breath of glowing nostrils
P. .Red like war clou U o’er the mea ls.
Vainly, when the sha iow- lifted.
And the dew was on the bu-h.
Mi'-issipp’ would wind his cow s horn
In the morning’s fragrant hush :
“Turk” would lea l thotawny hunters
T'> the hill-side, as ot old,
But would never pitch the music—
F->r the tracks were dim and col 1,
An 1 full often, toft, mistaking
F >r the h -rn the engine-pipes,
Thev w -ul I wander on wild chases—
Like the foolish after snipes 1
the BRICK STORE,
Corner of Oregon ami Main Streets, offers
bargains, such as have uot been uftcrcd betore .at
This stock is fresh ami of the best quality, ami
• 'ASH purchasers will do well to call on him.
taken in exchange for goods. Vis«« ground salt in
jo and 100 lbs. sacks, ami tine Liverpool salt.
January 7th. l-**7l.
New A oi k Cash Prize Co.
I’.VF.m T1CKI.T DRAMS A PH17.1’..
These Pills arc the most delightfully pleasant
purgative, superseding castor oil, salts, magnesia,
etc. There is nothing more acceptable to the
stomach. They give tone, and cause neither nau
sea er griping pains. They are composed of the
fiurtt iu'jrcdicnt». After a few day’s use of them,
such an invigoration of tho entire system takes
place as to appear miraculous to the weak and en
ervated. whether arising from imprudence or dis
ease. II. T. Helmbold’s Compound Fluid Extract
Catawba Grape Pills are not sugar-coated, from
I the tact that sugar-coated Pills do not dissolve,
but pass through the stomach without dissolving,
eonsequentlv do not produce the desired effect.
IHE CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS, being pleas
.mt in taste ami odor, do not necessitate their be
ing sugar-coated. PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER
Also the celebrate«!
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND
In Cash Gifts, to be Distributed by the
Always <>n hand a lull variety of
IN ANT SHEET-IRON WARE.
FLUID FXTP.’CT SARSAPARILLA
Will radically exterminate from the system Scrof-
ula, > yphilis. Fever Sores, Ulcers. Sore Eyes, Sore
Legs, sore mouth, sore head, bronchitis, skin dis-
eases, salt rheum, cankers, runnings troin the ear.
w bite swellings, tumors, cancerous «flections,
nodes, rickets, glandular swellings, night sweats,
rash, tetter, humors of all kinds, chronic rheuma-
tism. dyspepsia. and all diseases that La VC been
established in the system for years
3 Ca-h gifts each
10 • 4
Hydraulic Pipe, Tin, Copper, and Sheet-iron
I ,t"'O ware made* to order.
HOFFMAN A KLIPPEL.
October 15th, 1'70.
Being prepared -expressly for the above com
iMI to Sfili)
.’>0 Elegant Rosewood Pianos , each
plaints, its blood-purifying properties arc greater
75 to Imi
than any other preparation of Sarsaparilla. It
350 stewing Machine- ...........
gives the complexion a dear and healthy color
75 to :’>im ¡
.>•10 Gobi Mathes ..........
and restores the patient to a state of health and
Cash Prizes. Silver Ware, etc.. valued at 81,0«'o,mm
purity. For purifying the blood, removing all
A chance to «lraw any of the abovt • Prizes for
chronic constitutional diseases arising from an ini
25e. Tickets describing l’ri.zes are< </■ •! in En-
pure state of the blood, and the only reliable and
vclopes ami well inixed. G n receipt of 25e. a
effectual known remedy for the cure of pains and
S. ,>(>•/ Tl'k.t is drawn with-. ut clmie a nd sent by 1
swelling of the bones, ulcerations of the throat
Corner California ami Fourth Sts.
mail to any addres-. The piri/.l‘ HHllH* 1 upon it
and legs, blotches, pimples on the face, erysipelas
will l,e deliver« <1 t > the tick«- t ii.ihk r o 11 pa V mellt ¡
and till scaly eruptions of the skin, and beaut Ey
, of <>m Ih.lt.ir. Priz< s a: e iiunivdiatt•ly .-ent to milE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESl’ECT- ing the complexion.
1. rally inform their friends and the public gen
any adiire.-s by expre-- or u t uni mail.
hat they have purchased the above cstab- >
You will know what y«<tir prize i- 1before you
Dan. Cawley, which will by,
pay t T it. -•t.'»y
... . A go /. </ /or .i,i ■ t!,. r <■/ th- lishment <>f Nir.
Hl. Mt Y T. 11 l.I.MKOIDS
under their constant per
• <<ie rufrir. N ■ blanks. Gin• p.it roji - ,.-an 1« perni
sonal supervision, and they guarantee satistaction
• •n fair dealing.
to rill who may favor them with their patrunage. ,
R efkuhxi ' es :—The following lately
The-e stables are centrally locate«!, and within,
liable Prizes and kindly permit u- t" pi
mnvenient distance of the various houses of public ,
Andrew J. Burn-, Ch; >g >. ¿-'Ii'.imo;
cntertiiiuiiK-nt. Horses «>r mules will be boarded
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
Walker. Baltimore. Piano, j-st’O: J.
ami cared for. by the day <>r week, at moderate j ha.« cured every case of Diabetes in
t>l>0 J dm T. An ier
ehargei. They have the largest stock in Oregon,! been given. Irritation of the tuck of
nah, ?-.■>.tmit; Jami - >inim-n- . B .-t- n.
south of Portland, <4
ami inflain.ition of the kidneys, ulceru
Pi: nss O i ’ ixio . n ': —“The firm is reliable.”—
ki'lm y- an>l bladder, retention of ui
-l)e serve fluir suc- •
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES <>f the prostrate glands, stone in the
■Ju?t and h >nor-
cuius, gravel, brick dust deposit, an
ib'.e.” —-A. (r,, It.. . y.
milky discharges, and for enteehlcd
w ith single or double teams, for hire on reason
Sen-l for circular.
Lil •eral imlm-en ents to 1
constitutions of both sexes, attended
able terms ; a so,
Et cry paek-
lowing svniptoms : Indisposition to E:
age of 200 S
■ \-lt GOOD S MIDI.17 11ORSI.S
.VII l.l> of power. Loss of Memory, Difficult;
ing. Weak Nenes. Trembling. IL-rroi
200 for si 5.
Wakefulness. Dimni-.-s of
Which will be hired to go to
Back, Hot Hands. Flu.-liiiig of the R.
;lie country at moderate
TAYLOR ¿V CO
of tin- Skin, Eruptions on the l ac
Animal- bought and sold, and
tenance, Univcisal Lassitude <>1 tin
iddle or hai neSd.
NI V \ U. MRS
REAM ES A WILSON.
Used by persons from the ages of eighteen to
twenty-five ami from thirty-five to fifty-five, or
'lie decline or
cli mge of lite : alter confinement oi
M a VI
labor pains ; bed-wetting in chi'dn ell.
LIVERY S SALE STABLE
i li onto street, c.,rncr of
< w <lo ors below What Cheer
tf ( liti anee on L<
u *i n Francisco.
to nff. ,r«l the üffl ætid sound
rdienl Aid in th p trciiit-
c <»t ;i ¡1 l'i n at - a nd
rery : in 1 all
¡1 Dut ■ldc: s.
M c D onald
« !’’!<■( cd
.« to hi*
ronage, and would take this op
' a'.l.tlie attention ot Healers to
' 'r,,'ived " Goods,
tiooits, < <• cup.,hi-it
in part of the
tin portunity to remind them that he continues to con
. lou no. art ich-s together
. 'i with
v. in ever?
v-. r\ naig
i;i i sult at his Institute for the cure of chronic diseases
'•«llMipphed M HOLEfiA LE DRUG STORE ■
of the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Digestive and Gen-
F rf . sw Imre.«,
I Trnnex's Pmtr a rations , ito-Uniary Organs, ami all Private Diseases, viz ;
P a i k . v r M edicines ,
B kiggihts ’ SrxmuM.-,
1 ki sses & 8VPPOIITEKS, 'flAKEi: J! i ». -,
Syphilis, in all its forms ami stages : SemiLal
hssENTixt, O ils ,
I l'KKFC MEKT KS,
Weakness, and ail the hr rrid consequence* of »elf
K kiiobene O il ,
I P ai NTS a x o O ils ,
M hich we offer at tho lowest Cash Prices, and are abuse : Gonorrhoea ; Gleet, Strictures : Nocturnal
determined not to tie undersold.
and Diurnal Emissions ; Sexu I Debility ; Dic
II. II. M c D onald & CO., Sxsr F rancisco , C al . t‘H SCf ot the Bock and Loins ; Inflammation of the
Bladder and Kidneys, etc.: and he hopes that Lie
long experience and successful practice will con
OIJR DRUG nUSlNFSS located in San Fran tinue to insure him a share of public patronage.
cisco, Cal. After our best wishes, aud expressing By his practice of many years iu Europe ami the
our thunks for the liberal patronage we have re United States, he is enabled to apply tho most effi
eeived for nmre than twenty-one years, during cient and successful remedies against disease» of
wlii-h period we have been st«-adily engaged in the all kin Is. He use* no mercury. charges modern e,
Drug business in California, we beg to *ny in c -n- treats his patients in a correct and honorable w»y,
sequence of the rapid growth of Dr. Walker’s ami bn- reterenecs of unquestionable veracity trim
California Vinegar Bitters, now spread over the men <>f known respectability ami high standing in
United States and countries far beyond, we are ne society. All parties
cs consulting him, by idler >r
cessitated to devote our entire time to said busi otherwi-e, will receive the best and gentlest treat
ment ami implicit secrecy.
We are the Oldest Drug firm on the Pacific Coast
ami the on'y one, continuous under the same pro
prietors since 1849, ami have determined to sell
When a female i« in trouble or afflicted wiih
our large, prosperous, and well established busi
disease, or weakness of the back and limbs, paiv
ness on favorable terms.
This is u rare opportunity for men with means, in the head, dimness of sight, loss of musculir
ot entering into a pnditalde business witli advan- power, palpitation of the heart, irritability, nerv
ousness. extreme uniarv difficulties, dernngein-i.t
(ages never before offered.
of I digestive functions, general debility, vaginitis,
For particulars enquire of
all diseases of the womb, hysteria, sterility, and
r . li. M c D onald
ail other diseases peculiar to females, she should
R. II. M c D onald , |
Cal. go or writ-* at once to the celebrated Female D c-
J. C. S fencbr . )
N. H. Until a sale is ma le we shall continue our tor . W. K. DOHERTY, at his Medical Institute,
importation* and keep a large stock of fre-h goods and consult him about her troubles and disease
constantly on hand, and sell at prices to defy com Irregularities, Suppressions, etc will receive th«
Doctor's particular at'ention, L
no false dell-
c.-icy prevent you, but apply immedi.it dy, and sava
January 7th, 1871.
yourself from painful suffering and prematura
death. All married Indies whose delicate health
or circumstance- prevent an increase in their fatni
should write or eall at DR. DoilERTY'b
Dr. WALKER’S CALIFORNIA
MEDICAL INSTITUTE, and they will rec*iv*
every possible relief ami help. The Doctoi's of
fices, consisting of a suite ot six rooms, are so ar
ranged that he can be consulted
Hundreds of Thousands
Bear testimony to their Wonder
ful Curative Effects.
FOURTH OF JULY BALL
OF THE BLOOD. ETC.. SI PI
PA1BA IN Al l ECTIONS Fol!
USED. AND SYPHILITIC AF
THESE DISEASES USED IN
WITH HELMBOLD’S ROSE W
Viet Schutz' Hall
Was’t the cry of dog or devil ?
Mercy ! what a sight was there—
Ah, the odor of that orgy
Even now must taint the air 1
Eat him ? Well, should rather say So—
Mississipp’ was soon released,
And their mouths were wet and crimson
With the rich, unholy feast.
A'immons, up from Sleepy Hollow,
Happened by the place one day,
And he halted just to ask him
If his steers had bein that way ;
But he only reached the threshold,
When he started, all aghast,
As a something, swift and noiseless.
Like a shadow, flitted past ;
D >g, perhaps, but then no matter I
When ho woke from terror's thrall,
llo was startled by a sentence
On a board, against the wall—
Mi ssissipp”, no doubt had done it—
’Twas a rule and homely scrawl,
Written with s piece of charcoal,
“Dern the R.i’e Road 1”—That is nil.
— i ro/H the J a nt Overland M •»it fldy
Tuesday Fie M * ltd)
FJY11E UNDERSIGNED HEREBY NOTIFIES
| bis friends, and the public generally, that he
will give a GRAND BALL on the evening of
July 4th, 187!, at which time he hopes, by renew
ed efforts, to give entire satisfaction to all who
may attend. The best music in the county has
been secured for the occasion, and everything that
will add to the comfort and enjoyment of the
guests will be provided.
Jacksonville. May 2uth, 1871.
riTHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT-
I fully inform the Ladies of Jacksonville and
vicinity, that they have just arrived from San
Francisco with a well assorted stock of Millinery
and Straw Goods, and will constantly keep on
hand the latest styles of H ats , B onnets , H ats
and B onnf . t S hapes . •
Also a fine assortment of
way? en hand nt tho
CITY DRUG STORE,
In many affections peculiar to ladies, the Ex
tract Buchu is unequal«-«! by any other remedy—
a? in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity. Pai
| ncss or ."«uppression
I Ulcerated or Schirrus state of the Uterus. Leucor-
I rho-a or Whites, S’erility, and for all e mpiaints
I incident to the sex. whether arising from indiscre
tion or habits of dissipation. It is prescribed ex
tensively by the most eminent Physicians and
Midwives for enteehlcd and delicate constitutions.
I of both sexes and all ages, (attended with any of
the above diseases or symptoms.)
GASOLINE OIL AND LAMPS
At the CITY DRUG STORE.
Agency for the
W. L. COWAN, Druggist.
IL T. HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT
BUCHU CURES DISEASES ARISING
FROM IMPRUDENCES. HABITS
OF DISSIPATION. ETC.,
in all their stages, at little expense, little or no
change in diet, no inconvenience, mid no exposure.
It causes a frequent desire, and gives strength to
Urinate, thereby removing Obstructions, Prevent
ing and Curing Strictures of the Urethra, Allaying
Pain and Inflammation, so frequent in this ela.-s
of diseases, and expelling all Poisonous matter.
Augu.t 27th, 1870.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S IMPROVED ROSE
cannot he surpassed as a FACE WASH, and will
be found tho only specific remedy in every species
of Cutaneous Affection. It speedily eradicates
Pimples. Spots, Scorbutic Dryness. Indurations of
the Cutaneous Membrane, etc., dispels Redness
and Incipient Inflammation, Hives, Rash, Moth
Patches, Dryness of Scalp or Skin, Frost Bites,
and all purpose* for which Salves or Ointments are
used ; restores the skin to a state of purity and
OR VA MENTS,
softness, and insures continued healthy action to
flic tissue of its vessels, on which <!c¡.end« the
agreeable elearnc's ami vivacity of complexion so
iiiuch sough* and admired. But, h"wev< r valuable
a remedy tor existing defects of the skin. If T.
Helmbold’s Rose Wash has long su-tnined its prin
ciple claim to unbounded patronage, by possessing
qualities which rcmler it a Toilet Applemlago <>t
the most Superlativo and Congenial character,
and other articles in our line too numerous to
combining in an elegant formula those prominent
requisites, Safety ami l-.tlieaey—the invariable
T he territory already given to the Pacific
llavingjust receivcd front Sau Francisco a fini accompainments of its use—as a Preservative and
Kefrc.'her <>f the Complexion. It is an excellent
Railroads of this country is larger in area
Lotion for disease? of a Syphilitic Nature, ami n-;
than that of France ! It would accommodate
an injection for discuses of the Urinary Organs,
ari'ing from habits of dissipation, used in connec
the entire population of the United States.
tion with the ExtaCts Buchu, Sarsaparilla, mid
The Ian 1 we have given to railway corpora
I am now prepared to furnish my patrons, and Catawba Grape Pills, in such diseases as tccvui-
meiuled, cannot be suipassed.
the public generally, with as
tions in this country is greater by thirty
millions of acres than the united areas of
Franc), Italy, anil the United Kingdom,
which have an aggregate population of 90,-
0J ),D<)0 of persons.— Trade Journal.
T kle C ourage .—A learned man ba« said
that th«s hardest words to pronounce in the
English language are “I male a mistake.”
When Frederick the Great wrote to the Sen
ate, ”1 hate just lost a battle, and it is my
own fault,” Goldsmith say?, “lEs confesunn
ah «wtl more greatness than his vietnriee.
‘••t*»J uiu ¿. ü
San Francis 10 Cai.,
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
WHAT ARE THEY?
Patients finale or fen
of the State,
opinion ami ;
Twice an I thrice it wa« repeated.
When his gun went o’er the bank,
An I the hunter went to swearing
As hi« heart within him sank :
“This has come of that ’ere railroad,
And I knew when they begun.
That 'twuuld sheer the deer to thunder.
An’ the hounds they wuuldi.'t run 1”
Then he sat w ithin hi* cabin.
In a wreathing cloud ot smoko.
While from hound and cur, beside him,
Olt the whine <>f hunger broke ;
But he sat and smoked serenely,
With the famine in his eye,
Till you gue-sed his awful purpose
And were sure he meant to die.
Ami the eyeballs, hot and glaring,
Cav«rne<l flanks and dripping jawi,
St ke the anguish of his hunters
; m the emptiness that gnaws ;
Nearer, nearer now they circled,
An I the click of gleaming fang*—
Was the wild bea*t rising in them
l'ruin the hell of hunger pangs.
OtiL-k i'lirew an«t Moderate <'li;n’;go
My Motto :
Sales & Small Profits.”
He wa* 1>ig and hairy-throated,
And his name was Mississippi
Rather curious mortal, was he.
And he didn’t care a flip
For the frill.» of polished cities.
Or the sciences and arts !
An.I he fled, like one tormented.
From the highway, and the marts.
Delivered t<> any address. Secure from observa
tion. E-t-J.li-hed upward of twenty years. S" d
by Druggists everywhere. Address letter- for iti-
t‘iilatf¡"¡I. in confidence, to Henry T. Ilelmbold.
Druci i’t and Chemist.
Only Depots : H. T. HELMBOLD’S
I'heini.-Hl Warehouse. No. 591 Broad
York, or to H. T. llEI.MBOD’S Med
('< i tit i ¡>> i • •> ' f l'ii/’i—I bud l-.xtritit Uiiihari- ♦ :1IH South T. nth Street, J hiladelpliia.
| Beware ..f ('..unterfeits. A-k for 11
and Fluid Kxh «< I ( 'atitu ba iirape
I HELMBOLD’S ! Take no other.
March 4th, 1 sf |.
I <•!! LIVER COMPLAIN l>. -I A I N I
loi S \ITECTit'NS. Sl< l< f’R
HEA DA< HE. Ci’SIT! V EN ES'. Er
LV V EG E l'A.BLE. ’ ON T \ I N I NG
Cl RY. MINERALS, UR DELI
e s 7ü T? a?
7 r w
- i ihnu
« s h 3 ’ St h- a A I A
No, not in there !—this is better,
IV here the golden sunbeams sleep ;
There are stains upon those puncheons
That would make your muscle* creep.
Nit upon this log beside me,
Anti I'll tell you how it came—
Match about you?—that the cabin
Has a wild and fearful fame.
PRÍVATE MEGICAL AID.
There’- the ,b < r. on broken hinges,
Leaning like a wears thing ;
Alci the pathway, dim with gra- e-
V, inùing downward to tin- -pring
V> bile this pyramid of antlers—
Spoils <>f many a ringing chase —
Tells you of a hunter's labor
In this lonely, lonely place.
Henry T. Helinbold’s Genuine Prepara
On Oregon street, Jacksonville.
J. W. Manning, Prop’
And Small Profits,
“IS MY M1TT0.”
nml Ret'uae Liquor* doctor. J, piced and swoet-
i ned to please the taste, called“ Tou’.cs,’’“App tiz-
f ,” “ Restorers," Ac., that lead the tippler on t >
r-inkenncss and mln, but are »true Medicine,mad
>-:i tiio Native Hoots and Her of California, fr
i-o’U nil Alcoholic St inmliints, They are t
•<T HLOOD PURIFIER and A LIFE
<;i v INii I’RINCIP LE a perfect Renovator
i a’ 1.- rator ol't'ae Sy.carrying off all poiso
l.iC blood to a healthy condi
matt aaJ restoring the
n can take these Bitters according to dircc-
tion and rcma linlong unwell.
s 100 will b ie given f r an Incurable cs?e, provided
the bones arc e not destroyed by mineral poison
other means, i aud the vital organs woâtedbcyond t
point of repair.
For Inflnniniutory anil Chronic Rhcttnm-
tisni ami Goul, Dyspepsia <>r Indigestion,
Bilious, Remittent anti Intermittent Fevers,
Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and
Bliuhler, thee.’ Bitter* have been most s-.tcc.
fill. Such Disease* aro caused by Vitiated
Blood, which is generally produced by derangement
of tlic Digestive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION , Head-
'a!n in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Sour Eructations of the Stomach,
IU.I 1 taste ¡1
la the Mouth, Bilious
Bilion* Attacks, Palpitation
< f the Heart, Inflammation of tlic l.ungs,Pain in tho
re; iot a of the Kidneys and a hundred other painiul
sy upturn*, aro the oflspringsof Dyspepsia.
t i y invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the tor
pid liver and bowels, whichrenderthem of unequalled
efficacy in cleansing the blood of all impurities, aud
imparting new life and vigor to tlic whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions,Tetter, Salt
Klietun, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustale.«, Boils, Car
buncles, King-Worms, Scald-Head,Sore Eyes, Erysip.
<la?. Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name ornature,
nrc literally .dug up and carried ont oftlie system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in
such eases will convince the most incredulous of their
curative effee t.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon find Its
impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples, Erup
tions or Sores cleanse it w hen you fir. I it obstructed
an I sluggish in tho veins ; cleanse it when it D fo
and your feelings will tell you when. K -cp the bio
puro and tho health of tlic system will follow.
I’IN, TA l’E and other WORMS, lurking in the
system of so many thousands, arc effectually destroy
ed anl r moved. For full directions, read carefully
the circular around each bottle, printed in four lan
guages—English, German, French aud Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. MCDONALD t CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Agents, San Francisco, Cal,,
and S’! and 31 Commerce Street, New \ork.
iiT't-OLD BYALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
f Poor Ruin, Whiskey
raillE THIRSTY PUBLIC ARE INFORMED
[ that Pape A Savage <4 the “ New St.i'e Sa
loon " will quench their thirst with the ino.-t choice
BEVERAGE' to i.e found in Jacksonville for
one bit.’’ We expect to lose money by it. but
times are hard, and we cannot sec pc pic thirsty.
PAPE a SAVAGE.
October ICth, 1 -G9.
as can be had on the Pacifie Const. Saddle horses
AM SELLING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE hired to go to any part of the country.
of Saddle* and Harness cheaper than ever was
BOUGHT & SOLD
ottered before in Jacksonville. “Seeing is believ
ing.’’ Give me a call before purchasing else
Horses broke to work single or double. Horses
boarded, ami the best care bestowed upon them
while in my charge.
^<7-MY TERMS ARE REASONABLE.-tYS;
A liberal share of public patronage is solicited.
done with neatness and dispatch.
. J. W. MANNING.
Jacksonville, Jan. 14th, 1 s“ 1.
Jacksonville, °gu., Februa-y 11th, 1871.
TTIEY ARE NOT A VILE
Full and explicit directions accompany the med-
Evidence of the most responsible and reliable
i character furnished on application, with hundreds
I of thousands of living witnesses, and upward of
30,00(1 unsolicited certificates ami recommendatory
letters, many of which aro irotu tho highest
¡sources, including eminent Physicians, Clergymen,
I Statesmen, etc, The proprietor has never resort-
1 cd to their publication in the newspapers ; he does
not do this.from tho fact that his article- rank as
.-taudard prepaiatioii’, and do not iie'.J to be
t rop.-cJ up bv ceititicates.
JOSEPH WETTERER HAS NOW ON HAND
JACK SON VILLE, Ol! |.;i ¡OX.
and is constantly manufacturing the be.-t Lag
er Beer in Southern Ore.on, which he will sell in rpiIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IN
quantities to suit purchasers. Call and *.e. t the I form ■ the citizens of Jacksonville ami surround -
ing country, that he is now manufacturing, ami
Jacksonville Juno 5th. ISfiO.
will constantly keep on hand, tho very beet of
Beer. Th« -«• who wish a eool ¿las* of beer
should give mo a call.
p LANES OF ALI.
J.. J-.-.ouv die, June 12th, 1SCU.
I 1) printed with matm.