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SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1871.
THOMAS BOYCE, No. 30
floor,) Merchant’s Exchange, California Street*
below Montgomery, is our duly authorised agent
for San Francisco.
HUDSON <k MENET, are our duly author
Issd Agents in the Atlantio States. Office, 41
P»rk Row, “Times” Building, New York.
J. M. BALTIMORE is our duly authorised
Bjent for Portland, Oregon.
DANIEL GREEN is our authorised agen
for Josephine County.
Rav. F athkr B laxcbktt will hold divine ser
vices st the Catholic Church to-morrow, at the
D eserters .—Two of the deserter from
Fort Klamath were captured on Apple
gate on Sat unlay.
C ougars .—We are informed that the
cougars are destroying a great number
of colts on Applegate. Mr. Henry Yorke
lias lost six—all but one out of his cele
A R emarkable R elic .—Mr. Andy
Davidson brought into our office a gun
possessing an interesting history. It is
an old English fowling piece, one hun
dred and fifty years old, and is in a good
state of preservation. The barrel is four
feet long, and the angles and ornamental
¡»arts of it are worn smooth by old age.
The stock is of black walnut and extends
half way up the barrel. It is now provi
ded with a percussion lock, but the re
mains of the old pan belonging to the
flint lock is still visible, worn through
and burnt out by continued use. The
barrel is very thin, but safe enough for
use. Mr. Davidson obtained the gun,
while on a recent visit East, from a
worthy old uncle of four score years, who
prized it for the honored memories con
nected with it, and gave it to his
nephew (who is one of our staunchest
Democrats) with the express injunction
that it should not be fired until a Demo
cratic President is elected. His will is
still further : that it is to descend as an
heir-loom as long as the Davidson family
remain true to the immortal principles it
once spoke for. Andy is true to its tra
dition, and promises to rear all the young
Davidsons, who are or may be under his
roof, true to the political faith of his fath
ers. May the proud associations that
cluster around the old gun ever keep
them true to the that faith. Our heart,
too, with the worthy nephew, will revere
the noble old uncle for appreciating and
preserving so precious a relic.
P ersonal .—Hon. J. B. White and
wife and Toss Magruder arrived last eve
ning from Sail Francisco.
H orse T hieves C aught .—Last Mon
Hon. J. H. Recti also arrived from
morning Deputy Sheriff Foudray ar
rived by the stage having in charge the
T he D am at B ig B ar .—We are in three men who had stolen the horses
formed that the break that occurred in from James Kilgore’s ranch. Our Dep
the dam in the Rogue River Mining uty, in company with J. N. Van Buren,
Claim has been repaired, and the drain the indefatigable Sheriff of Douglas
age nearly completed for mining the bed county, after an arduous chase over the
of the river.
Umpqua hills, succeeded on Saturday
morning last in capturing the last one of
B rick .—The undersigned has just fin them. Two of them had abandoned their
ished burning a large brick kiln at his horses at Myrtle creek, and were making
brick yard in Jacksonville, and is ready their way North on foot on separate
to furnish brick to all those in need of roads, while the third one had traded his
P atrick F ehely .
stolen horse for one of his own, and was
still on the ride. The prisoners were be
L ast C all . — All parties knowing fore Justice Wade, and pleading guilty
themselves indebted to us, by note or to the charge were committed, in
book account, will please call and settle default of bail, to the county jail to await
their doom at the November term of the
immediately, to save cost.
Circuit Court. Too much praise cannot
I. C aro & B ro .
be awarded the Sheriffs of Jackson and
Ashland, August 3d, 1871.
Douglas counties for their dilligenee in
N otice .—I have disposed of the City pursuing and capturing the thieves.
Drug Store to Messrs. Robb & Kahler,
and am anxious to settle up the books. ___ _____ MARRIED._______
Those indebted will please call and set
August 20tb, 1871, by L. F. G all , J. P., at the
tle, as they will save costs.
W. B. D ouglass .
house of the bride’s father on Foot’s ereek, Mr.
Real Estate Dealer
Office, No. 64 Front Street,
IMPROVED FARMS, aad valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts of the
STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property pur
chased for Correspondents, in this CITY and
throughout the STATES and TERRITORIES,
with great care and on the most ADVANTA
HOUSES and STORES LEASED, LOANS
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF ALL DES
CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. And
a General FINANCIAL and AGENCY BUSI
OREGON RHEUMATIC CURE.
COWAN & FLINT’S
1 fllffi BÍT1B1 BUI I !
NO QUININE, MEBCDBY OB ARSENIC !
AGENTS of tb>> OFFICE in nil the CIT-
IES and TOWNS in the STATE, will receive
descriptions of FARM PROPERTY and forward
The astonishing cures daily performed by this
preparation cause considerable comment by the
the same to the above address.
Medical Faculty, as they positively assert that
February 4th, 1871.
CHILLS AND FEVER, FEVER AND AGUE,
INTERMITTENT AND REMITTENT FEVERS
cannot be cured without the use of Quinine. Nev
ertheless, the old Poison is laid upon the shelf, and
we would recommend in confidence to those who
have tried and received but temporary relief from
the use of the many Quinine Mixtures, to
The “P ais K iller ” may justly be styled the
great medicine ef the world, for there is no region
of the globe into which it has not found its way,
and been largely used and highly prized. More
over, there is no clime to which it lias not proved
to be well adapted for the cure of a considerable
variety of diseases ; it is a speedy and safe reme
dy for burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, woundsand va
rious other injuries, as well as for dysentery, diar
rhoea and bowel complaints generally. It is ad
mirably suited for ¡»very race of men on the face of
It is a very significant fact that notwithstanding
the long period of years that the “Pain Killer” has
been before the world, it has not lost one whit of
its popularity, but, on the contrary, the call for it
has steadily increased from its first discovery, and
at no previous time has the demand for it been so
great, or the quhntity made been so large, as it is
Another significant fact is, that nowhere has the
Pain Killer ever been in higher repute, or been
more generally used by families and individuals,
than it has been here at homo, where it was first
discovered and introduced. That the Pain Killer
will continue to be, what we have styled it, tub
great medicine of the world , there cannot be
theshadow of a doubt.— Providence Adcertieer.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and EAST
PORTLAND, in the most desirable localities, con
sisting of LOTS, HALF BLOCKS and BLOCKS,
HOUSES and STORES ; also,
JAS. T. GLENN,
NEVER FAILS TO CURE. UNK WETO REMEDY,
Try the Ague King!
NO RINGING IN THE HEAD I
NO STIFF LIMBS I
NO DEAFNESS I
Or any of those disastrous effects caused by the
use of the many Quinine mixtures daily recommen
ded to them.
IT HAS BECOME A FIXED FACT, that no
remedy has yet been discovered which allays Fever
and gives strength and tone to the Stomach, and
that important gland, the Liver, like the AGUE
KING. It is nature's own remedy, being com
posed of vegetable matter, and skillfully prepared.
It seeks the root of the disease, and with its mag
ic influence performs a cure.
Chapped Hand« and Face.
Sore Lips, Dryness of the Skin.
This remedy is composed of the active principle
of the Unk Weed, Eng.—Thaspium Cordatum
Originis, Lat.—Indigenous to Oregon. Grows
most abundantly and perfectly in Washington Co.
It contains an ACTIVE VOLATILE principle,
extracted by Ether, and a bitter TONIC principle,
soluble in Alcohol.
LOW PRICES WILL WIN,
Medical Propertie« and U«es.
It is the most speedy cure for Jlheumatiem, Rhea,
he undersigned take pleasure
matic Gout and Rheumatic Paine of all kinds that
in notifying his friends and the public gener
was ever introduced in Materia Medica. The Unk
tnat bo is now receiving and opening a very
Weed Remedy, as prepared by us, in consequence
of its existing bitter principle, possesses the neces large and extensive stock of
sary virtue of being a POWERFUL TONIC, Pro
moting the Appetite and Invigorating the whole Di
geetire Apparatue, thus building up and strength
ening the system, while at the same time the vola
tile principle, being absorbed in the blood, aots
specifically on the Rheumatic Poison, removing
it from the circulation and system.
There are a few remedies known te the Medical
Profession which will remove the RHEUMATIC
POISON from the blood, but whose action is so
powerful in depressing the system of the already en
feebled Rheumatic patient, that their use has to be CALIFORNIA
abandoned before specific effects are obtained, henoe
the want of success in treating this prevalent, and
in consequence heretofore incurable disease. Un
like these medicines, already known, the UNK
WEED REMEDY, though producing as powerful
and as affective effects on the blood and system in
removing the Rheumatic Poison, also possesses a
strong TONIC and recuperating element which ad
mits of its continued use even by tho most deli
cate and debilitated. Thus we have the oombina-
Boots and Shoe«; Ladle«*, Misses'
tion for the first time of these TWO neceessary ele
and Children«* Shoe«,
ments in ONE remedy, which accounts for its Su
perior and Never-Failing curative effects in
Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout, and Rheu> Ws have also in connection with the above a very
matic Paius of all Kinds.
Large and Extensive Stock of Choice J
STAPLE DRY GOODS
We are aware of the fact that is generally an
easy matter to procure certificates attesting the st-
ficacy of patent medicines from a certain class of
those who use them. We have selected the fol
lowing because the namee attached to them are those
of men of the moet careful and ecrnpuloue charac
ter, and because the large class of their acquain
tances in Oregon will not, for a moment, accuse or
suspect them of any exaggeration in the state
ments they may make.
Remaarkable cure of Mrs. Hoover, Wife of Hon.
Jacob Hoover, ex-Treaeurcr of Washington coun
Taulatin Plains, Washington county, Oregon,
July 22, 1871.
A. M. Loryea A Co —I have been troubled with
Rheumatism for the past twelre yeare ; my joints,
especially those of my feet and hands, were badly
swollen, so that I could with difficulty go around.
My shoulder pained me a great deal and a large bo
ny swelling grew out, so that I could not raise my
hand to my head.
Since last Spring I have been taking your “Unk
Weed Remedy,” and find myself much improved.
The swolling and pain has left my joints and
shoulder, and the bony growth hae entirely dieap
peared and I use my limbs and am far better than
I have been for years.
Window Glass, Nail«, Iron and
Steel, Cnat and Steel Plow«
Wooden and Willow
Ware, Etc., Etc.
I sm now ready to sell anything in my line at the
lowest cash price. Persons wishing to bay goods
will find it greatly to their advantage to examine
our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I sm
determined not to be undersold by any house in
Certificate from the Deputy Jailer of Multno
Z&'Give me a call, and then judge for your
mah county jail :
as to our capacity to furnish goods as above.
The Wonder of Wonders—The Great Ague
JAS. T. GLENN.
A. M. Loryea A Co.—I was attacked with a se
vere case of rheumatism. It was in my thighs,
hips, fingers, shoulder blade—indeed in ail the
I wonder if wonders are never to cease,
joints of my body I suffered great pain and an
At present all wonders are on the increase ;
guish. I was attended by a regular physician, but
Of the latest I now will give you a bint,
with no effect. I was induced to try your Unk
Look at the Ague King of Cowan A Flint.
Weed Remedy, and it immediately cured me up. I
consider it, from my experience, the best remedy
CHARLES CRAFT to Mise CLARISSA A.
No Quinine, no Mereury, nor Arsenic we find
for rheumatism known.
To Buy Goods
Were ever compounded or with it combined ;
R unaway .—Whilst Mr. Wolleu, of FAIRCLO, all of Jackson county, Ogn.
ALFRED F. TURNER, Deputy Jailer.
This wonder, the doctors were mentally sure,
Eden, was returning from Mr. Sturges’,
This is to certify that the above statement is cor
Could never be done and make a good cure.
August 23d, 1871, by the Rev. J oseph R itter ,
rect to my own knowledge.
on Applegate, yesterday evening, the at his residence, Mr. GEORGE WILSON to Mi.-s
JOHN P. WARD, Jailer.
We confess it astounds us, and wonderfully too,
team became frightened and ran away, ELIZABETH J. CROOK, all of Jackson county,
To see what the Ague King daily does do ;
upsetting the wagon and slightly bruis- Oregon.
EALED proposals will be received at the Coun
If you’ve Fever, or Ague, or nny such thing.
Certificate of A. R. Shipley, Esq., special con
ty Clerk’s office of Jackson county, Oregon,
ing himself and daughter. One horse
Go promptly and purchase the great Ague King. tributor to the Willammette Farmer, and Secreta
until Monday 12 o’clock, m ., September 25th, 1871,
ry of the Oregon Horticultural Society :
for the letting of the building of two bridges—one
Oswego, Oregon, March 28th, 1871.
I’d shaken so long, till every kind friend
across Little Butte creek, near the residence of
A. M. Loryea A Co.—Some four weeks ago I
A ccident from B lasting .—Mr. J.
Peter Simon ; and the other across Evan’s creek on
1 life was so sweet, I wished not to die.
was entirely prostrated with rheumatism ; in fact
R. Davis, a worthy old miner on Galls’ To Tax-Payers of Jackson County. the present traveled stage road. The said bridges Oh
Therefore the Ague King I hastened to try.
I was almost helpless. I sent to you for one 1 fl
to be built according to the plans and specifications
creek, while letting off a blast last week
bottle of the “Unk Weed Remedy,” by the
WING to a vacancy in the Board of Equiliza- on file in the County Clerk’s office. The builders
use of which I experienced almost iinmed*ate re
in a quartz ledge which he is opening,
tion, caused by the demise of Hon. T. H. B.
lief, and by the time the bottle was gone the rheu
construct said bridges. All bidders are required
And, wondrous to tell, my cure was effected ;
Shipley, the examination of the Assessment Roll
was struck by a fragment of a bolder
From the grave I was snatched, and ever will sing
the last Mondav in September, 1871 to enclose with their bids for the Butte creek
from what I have heard others say who have used
across the small of the back, and was is postponed to DAVID
bridge a bond in the sum of $500 ; and all bidders
Honored and bless'd be the great Ague King I
the Unk Weed, I believe it to be a certain cure for
quite seriously injured.
Jacksonville, Aug. 28th, 1871.
tho rheumatism. Your, respectfully,
with two or more sufficient sureties in each case,
Now shakers, we tell you go buy it and try it,
A. R. SHIPLEY.
to be void upon the condition that the bidder, if
It quickly will make your shaking limbs quiet ;
F ound D ead .—A man named Lake
Jacksonville Market Prices,
the contract is awarded to him, will enter into an
For pills of Quinine, and every such thing,
and give the necessary bonds for the
was found dead near Taylor’s, on the Reported and corrected weekly for the D emocratic agreement
Certificate from Hon. A. J. Dufur, sx-President
speedily yield to the
T imes by Sachs Bros., Whoisale andRetail dealers faithful performance of the contract. No bids will
of the Oregon State Agricultural Society, and au
Crescent City Mountain, with his head in Drygoods, Clothing, Groceries, Provisions,
thor of “Statistics of Oregon :”
takings above mentioned. The sealed proposals
mashed nearly off. He was on his way Etc., Etc.
East Portland, April 1,1871.
will be opened on said day, and if deemed expedi
to Crescent City with a six-mule team,
—I was afflicted with a severe
bridges will be awarded to the lowest responsible
attack of chronic rheumatism ; was confined to my
loaded with flour. He is supposed to S ugars —Crushed A lb..
bed most of the time from January to July, when
8 F Golden C
have fallen under the wagon, which, be
Dated Jacksonville, Oregon, August 11th, 1871.
I used the Unk Weed, and it cured mo up.
Sandwich Is B
A. J. DUFUR.
ing heavily loaded, mangled his neck C offee —
Costa Rico 44
and shoulders in a horrible manner,
GISTS AND DEALERS. [32tf Certificate from Hon. Gideon Tibbetts, a mem
accident occurred on the 25th_ult.
Il 25@1 50
T eas —Young Hyson 44
ber of the City Council of East Portland :
OF THE BEST QUA 1TY,
1 oo@:I 25
East Portland, April 7, 1871,
A t thirty-five, the average American F lour —100 lb.......
ty Clerk’s office of Jackson county, Oregon,
A. M. Loryea A Co.—Gents : This is to inform
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY.
discovers that he has an ‘‘infernal stom M eal ............ . ........
until Monday at 12 o’clock, m ., September 18th,
you that I have used your “Unk Weed” for neu
ach,” and thereupon goes into the hands C rackers lb ..........
ralgia and rheumatic pains, and found Joliet from
FISHER A BRO.’S,
5 50 @6 50 1871, for the leasing of so much of the county
road, running from Jacksonville to Canyonville,
the use of only one bottle, «nd can recommend it
of the doctors for the remnant of his life. R ice
14@22f by way of Rock Point, as is embraced between the
and Oregon Street«,)
to those in need of such a remedy.
4 50(0,6 00
This is too true; but many persons dis S alt 100 lb •••eeeooooeeooeeei
13 mile-post on the road, and terminating at a
HE undersigned having been appointed agent
18@25 pine fifteen inches in diameter, near the store house
cover it before that age, because they S S oda
of the County Court of Jackson county, Ore
20@25 of Haymond A White, a distance of 37.80 chains,
gon, for the care of the sick and indigent poor of
have abused their health, and have wait S pices “ .............................
g7@50 to be leased to any person or corporation to open,
Certificate from James Bybee, the celebrated
.. 1 00 @1 50 improve and keep the same on good repair for said county, this is to notify all interested persons, stock-grower, and "King of the Oregon Turf:”
ed until disease became seated. Preven C
alifornia M atches
25@37 travel thereon, for a period of ten years, with the that application for relief or aid from said county
Suave’s Island, January 14, 1871.
tion is better than cure, but D r . W alk G erman
50(3,75 right, in consideration thereof, to collect and re must be made through me, and all bills for aid or
relief, before being audited by said Court, must be
A. M. Loryea A Co.—This is to acknowledge
er ’ s C alifornia V ineoar B itters
ceive toll« at one gate, for travel thereon, in the presented to me for approval.
the efficacy of your “Unk Weed remedy, or Ore
manner prescribed by the Gvneral Laws of Oregon, Done by order of the County Commissioner, at the gon Rhematio Cure.” I was afflicted for months
will both cure and prevent dyspepsia, dis H ams $ lb................................... ........
13@18 chapter 47, title 3. All bidders are required to
July term of said Court, 1871.
with a very eerioue attack of the inflammatory rheu
eases of the skin, liver, kidneys and blad B acom 44 “ 44
14@15 enclose with their bids a bond in the sum ef $2-
matism, and tried nearly all of the so-called rheu
E. D. FOUDRAY Agent.
Corner of California and Third Ste.,
der, and all disorder^ arising from im B utter “ lb
25 @50 000, with two or more sufficient sureties to be void
Of the County Court of tho aforesaid eounty, for matic remedies without any relief perceivable.
16@20 upon the condition that the bidder, if the lease is
the county poor.
then tried your Remedy, and its use resulted in the
E ggs $ Doz.......................................
pure or vitiated blood.
20 awarded to him, will, within ten days thereafter,
most happy effects—a perfect cure.
This 12th day of July 1871.
enter into a contract for keeping the road, and
D isorderly C onduct .—A drunken
give the necessary undertaking for the faithful
P eaches —“
egs leave to inform the public
performance of the contract. Upon the opening of
Indian created considerable alarm in the H osey *$ lb......................................
that he has the largest, best, and Beet eotn-
the bids the lease will be awarded to the lowest
Certificate from Hon. E. L. Quimby, ex-County
u odious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
lowej part of town last Saturday eve
bidder, having due reference to the fact which of
Commissioner of Multnomah County, Oregon :
3@4 them is best qualified for the undertaking. The
ning, by indulging in promiscuous pistol P otatoes
East Portland, April 1, 1871.
It is located in the oontral part of Jacksonville ;
County Ceurt reserves the right to reject any and
practice, endangering the lives of women O
North and South leave regularly
Wintjen & Helms, Proprietors. Weed Remedy,” and am satisfied it is a valuable from the from U. the
and children. He was arrested, but,
medicine. It regulates and invigorates the sys
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strange to say, discharged the next day
Oregon St., next to Odd Fellows* Building. tem. This is my experience with the Remedy.
The House has lately been re painted, nnd reno
E. L. QUIMBY.
vated ; the rooms are newly furnished, and well
without further punishment, save a
Notice of Final Settlement.
essrs , wintjen a helms beg to Certificate from the well-known merchant, 0. ventilated. Tho bedrooms are supplied with
night** confinement in the callaboose.
SPRING BEDS, and every other convenienee for
inform their friends and the public generally
W. Weaver, Esq.:
This conduct, on the part of the town of N the County Court of the State of Oregon for
comforts of guests.
that they have thoroughly refitted their aaloon,
Jackson county, (sitting in probate August 1st,
The Dalles, May 23, 1871.
and reduced the price of liquors to
ficials, is tantamount simply to the offer 1871.)
I 1871.) In In
BOARD AND LODGING
A. M. Loryea A Co.—I have used the “Uak
of a premium for a repetition of these Brown, deceased.
Wm. W. Brown, administrator of said estate,
outrages, and deserves the severest repre
to persons afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism. Can be had at reasonable rates, according to th«
having filed in said Court hie final account for set
It cured me of that disease. My hands, wrists, room occupied.
hension. But whether the discharge of tlement,and also praying for an order for setting the
They will be happy to have their friends “call ankles—indeed, all my joints—were swollen and
the Indian be right or wrong, there can time for bearing the same ; therefore notice is here
0. W. WEAVER.
by given that said final account will be beard and
AM SELLING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
be but one opinion in regard to the determined in said Court on Tuesday, the 5th day
of Saddles and Harness cheaper than ever was
Will be supplied with tho best the maskst ean afr
conduct of the infamous scoundrel who of September, 1871, at which time all persons hav
offered before in Jacksonville. “Seeing is believ
Certificate from Hon. N. 11. Lane, Pilot Com ford.
sells liquor to these Indians with a reck
missioner of Oregon, and a member of the City
ment must then and there make to the same.
together with the finest brands of liquors and ci Council of East Portland :
less disregard to the consequences which
By order of T. H. B. Shipley, Judge of said
gars always on hand.
East Portland, April 1®, 1871.
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk.
might ensue. We call upon the city of Court.
50 Points of Billiards for Drinks. A. M. Loryea A Co.—I have been afflicted for Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
ficials to investigate this matter and
April 1st, 1870.
aprl-tf.. several years past with “weakness in the back,” for their comfort and convenience, as well as every
done with neatness and dispatch.
DiMolution of Co-Partnership.
and wandering rheumatic pains, accompanied by attention and comfort usually found at a well hept
bring to justice the contempitible wretch
eonetipalion. By the use of one bottle ot Hotel.
Jacksonville, Jan. 14th, 1871.
who, for the sake of making a few bits,
your Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon Rheumatic
HE co-partnership existing been the under
Cure, I have been entirely relieved, and I obeer-
recklessly places in imminent peril the
A LARGE HALL
signed, under the firm name of Pape A Sav
fully recommend it as a most valuable and effect
age, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Hen
precious lives of women and children.
NAT. H. LANE.
precinct, Jackson county, Oregon, one chest ive remedy.
Is attached to the Hotel, for Balls, Meetings.
ry pape retiring from the firin. C. W. Savage will
Let the investigation take place at once, continue
Shows, Ac., and osm be had at reasonable terms.
LL persons indebted to the undersigned, ther
the business at the old stand.
and let there be no attempt to shield the
by note or account, are notified that th«.best stripe down his nose, flax mane and tail; supposed
The books and aeeounts of the late firm are
Put up in 10-ounee bottles, at $1.50 per bottle.
to be four years old this spring ; 15 hands high,
Wade for collection.
thing they can do is to pay up, as we are compelled
The Hotel Is furnished with a bar room whore
guilty one, no matter who he may be. placed in the hands of J. R.
Prepared at the Oregon Medical Laborato the very best liquors and cigars may be found, a*
to have money, and it must come from those who lame in right fore foot | was taken up as a breachy
The drunken Indian business is played
ry, by A. M. Loryea A Co., East Portland, Ogn. prices to suit the times.
animal on the 28th of June, 1871.
owe us, and that eoon.
ORTH A GENNINA.
JSF'/’or taleby all Drwjgiete.’^^
Jacksonville, Ogn., Jan. 8lh. 1871.
Cured at once by HEGEMAN’8 CAMPHOR ICB
WITH GLYCERINE. It keeps the hands «oft
in all weather. See that you get HEGEMAN’S.
Sold by all Druggists, only 25 cents. Manufac
tured only by H egemas *t Co., Chemists and
Druggists, New York.
January 7th, 1871.
To Bridge Builders.
FISHER & BRO.’S
FANCY, STAPLE & DRYGOODS
Great Ague King !
Boots & Shoes,
L. HORNE, Proprietor,
THE TABLE ROCK SALOON.
And Small Profits,
12 1-2 CENTS.
English Ale and Porter,