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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1871
DR. A. B. OVEBBECK
A NEW REBELLION.
tl/H-L PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
iV GERY, and will attend promptly to all calls Grant’s Coupd’Etat—The Southern State»
F irst J vmcial D istrict .—Circuity Judge, P. on professional business. His office and residence
to be Occupied by the Army and their
P. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, II. K. Hanna.
Vote» Cast for Grant.
J nekton County— Circuit Court, Second Monday
Tho Overbeck Hospital,
in February and November. County Court, first On Oregon Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
[Correspondence New York World.]
Monday in each month.
W ashington , October 13th.—The Ku-
County Ofii'tn— Judge, L. J. C. Duncan ;
Klux proclamation turns out to-day to be
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel;
a most important step in a new policy to
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
be pursued towards the South. It is now
Neuber ; Assessor, David Redpath ; County Com
missioners, John S. Herrin, Thoiuas Wright;
known positively that for more than six
School Superintendent, Wm. M. Turner; Survey
weeks past, or even since the Ku-Klux
or, J. 8. Howard ; Coroner. L. Ganung.
Committee of Congress returned from
Office end residence at Ryan's brick build the South, the Administration has had
Jacktoirillt Prteinct.— Justice of tho Peace,
ing. Third street between California and Main.
-James R. Wade ; Constable, N. Stephenson.
THE GRECIAN BENI).
A GREAT FARMER’S MAXIMS.
LEGAL TENDERS taken at par fur
A PEN PICTURE OFC. H.(JOA<t0TW)
The Missouri (Jefferson City) State The successful life of Mr. Jacob Strawn,
Not much above the medium height is
the prince of American farmers, is at
Times of Oct. 20th lias tlie following :
The Jefferson City correspondent of the tributed to tlie close observance of the he ; slight, pale, stooping, and with a
says: “Col. Dougherty, following maxims, originated by himself: timidity in his very step, which is aJ*
When you wake up do not roll over, most painful. His voice is thin, low and
Warden of the Penitentiary, jeopardized
roll out. It will give you time to slightly hesitating, and suggests a ten
his reputation for gallantry to the fair sex
all your sloughs, break them, har dency to consumption. His head is
last Wednesday. What appeared to be a
handsome, and his sunny hair grows low
tall, muscular female, strangely afflicted row them, sow them.
with the Grecian bend, was seen making Make your fencing high and strong, down upon a broad forehead. His whis
fast tracks towards the depot. Tlie sup and tight, so that it will keep the cattle kers and mustache are lighter and gloss I*-
er even than his hair, and partly conceal
posed woman was extremely graceful in and pigs out.
If you have brush, make your lots se a very sensitive mouth. His eyes are
her manners, causing men to pause and
look after her, and ladies to pursue her cure, and keep your hogs from the cattle, violet in shade and sad in expression.
eyes of envy. While ‘she’ was such for, if the corn is clean, they will eat it He speaks little and smiles seldom ; but
under consideration a policy to be en
when he does either the effect is charm
of attraction to quite a number better than if it is not.
forced, not only against the Ku-Klux or
Town of Jacksonville.— Trustees, James A. Wil
ing. He dresses very quietly, though
son. N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J.
in the Pacific style. His suit
S. Howard ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ; Treas
Federal civil affairs in the South. There
or very dark plain cloth, and
urer, Henry Pape ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel
was no substantial difference of opinion
(KEPT OX THE KVKOrEAX TLA»,)
without the evidences of
among the President and the Cabinet and
J osephine col ' xtt .
was a delicate hair-line
Corner of Stark and Front Street»,
the leading Republicans who favored this
Towntv Officer».— Judge. J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
of blue and white, and his artistic love
ly this supposed female with the loveliest will encourage him to do still better.
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk. Charles Hughes : Asses
OREGON. when it should be enforced, and that ac Grecian bend. But he was never known Always feed your hands as well as you of color was manifested only by his scar
sor, R. E. Foley ; Treasurer. Win. Naucke ;
yourself, for the laboring men are the let necktie. His hat, poet-like, was •
counts for the delay till after the October to look so stern when a lady was about. do
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson. II. Wood-
ZIERER <f HOLTOX, PROPRIETORS.
and sinew of tho land, and ought to sombrero.
cock ; School Superintendent, R. R.
elections. The proclamation is, there
He is probably the most unpretending
fore, but the forerunner of martial law
that ever turned the heads of poet
Josephine County.— Circuit Court. 2d Monday
and the suspension of the writ of habeas
Springing from oblivion to the
in April and Fourth Monday in October. County
corpus, as provided by the fourth section
cines ever prescribed for health.
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
of a blazing star so suddenly,
of the Act of April 20th. This says that
When rainy, bad weather comes, so and yet showing utter unconsciousness
any Ku Klux organization or combina
that you cannot work out of doors, cut, of his altitude of brilliancy, is a proof of
tion “shall be deemed a rebellion against posed woman returned toward the Exe split
and haul your wood.
his genuineness as a songster.
tlie Government, tlie limits of which cutive mansion, from which she had but
He looks like a man who was familiar
shall be prescribed by proclamation, and
gate that is off its hinges, or weather with sorrow, but was too proud to cry out
also by commanding tlie insurgents to
board your barn where the wind has in his suffering, except now and then in
CHOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS CON- disperse.” Before the privileges of the never before seen a lady treated in that
JACKSONVILLE LODGE No. !•
blown the siding off’, or patch the roof of a rhythmed wail which brought respon
J stantly on hand.
writ of habeas corpus are suspended, a
your barn or house.
sive tears from all who listened. Like
OLDS ITS REGULAR MEETINGS ON
prominent member of the Government, and were therefore somewhat indignant,
such wild minstrels be cannot sing at
every Saturday evening at the Odd Fellows’
and also leading Republicans, declared determined to then and there enter their spend your time in electing Presidents, all
; consequently he has turned a deaf
Hall. Brother» in good standing are invited to
12 1-2 Cents.
to-day that the arrangements of the civil solemn protest, and offer their protection, Senators and other small officers, or talk ear to the princely offers which have
EDWIN SMITH, N. G.
and military authorities for wholesale ar
HENRY KLIPPEL, R. Sec'y.
ing of hard times when spending your been made to him by publishers. When
rests of the members of the Ku-Klux a lovely Grecian bend. They overtook time whittling store boxes, etc.
he has completed one poem, he has no
J ohn B ilqbb ,
Klan had been perfected, and that the Col. Dougherty and stated the case. He
S. J. Dar,
reason to believe that he can ever fur
country’ would be surprised if the procla smiled. He abruptly raised the supposed don’t do things in a hurry, but do them nish another, and so, like a comet in the
Isaac S achs ,
mation was not heeded, by the well- female’s dress ! Stout limbs, inclosed in at the right time, and keep your mind as heavens of literature, he is like to remain.
Regular Rabekah Degree meeting, last Monday
known Southern men; This course has shiny broadcloth pants, were disclosed ! well as your body employed.
night of each month, at 7$ o’eloek p. m.
been rendered imperative by the result of He drew off’ the supposed woman’s hood.
May 1st, 1869.
R hode I sland E lection —A F or
the Texas election in favor of the Democ The half-shaven head of a notorious con
not as G ood as a N egro .—In
racy. Grant was actually stunned by vict appeared ! It was Sam. Thomas, sent S an D omingo .—When the President the little State of Rhode Island, says the
Oregonian. Pocahontas. Tribe No. 1, Im
proved Order of Red Men,
the announcement of 30,000 Democratic up for four years and a half from St. Louis. found out that the people were violently Cincinnati Enquirer, a property qualifi
OLD their stated councils at Odd Fellows’ Hall,
majority in that State, and, despairing of He attempted to escape some time ago, opposed to his San Domingo swindle, says cation in real estate has always been de
and half his head was shaved. He was tlie Louisville Courier-Journal, he an
the third sun in each seven suns, at the Sth
: SELLING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE carrying the Southern States by fair
run. A cordial invitation to all brother« in good of Saddles and Harness cheaper than ever was means, resolved to carry them by any employed about the work on the Execu nounced, by the advice of his friends, manded of foreign-born persons as a
qualification for exercising the right of
E. D. FOL’DRAY, S.
offered before in Jacksonville. “Seeing is believ means.
In a few days the new rebellion tive mansion, and managed to procure a that he had abandoned the scheme ana suffrage. The negro now votes without
Jos. H. H vzeb , C. of R.
ing.” Give mo a call before purchasing else —this time of the Federal Government full citizen’s dress, which he wore under I would leave it to be disposed of by Con
it. An attempt has lately been made to
against the South—will be fairly’ begun. the female apparel. Where or how he gress. Since then it has often been charg amend the Constitution, so as to allow
foreigner—the German, the Irish
How to M ake H orses T rot F ast .— unknown. But a real woman was seen nexation, and that he would make an the
the Englishman and the Scotch
Van Anden, of the Brooklyn
is | watching for him down near the depot, other effort in that direction as soon as a
doBe with neatness and dispatch.
the same rights as a negro. But
the owner of a very fast, promising young who seemed greatly distressed at liis de favorable opportunity presented itself. the proposed
DR. L. DANFORTH,
amendment has been voted
Jacksonville, Jan. I 4tb, 1871.
This charge lias been fully confirmed by
She has recently been
of 6,366 against to 3,334
trained by George Hopkins, of Astoria.
ham .—The extraordinary sentence commissioners, who says, in a recent let in favor.
Physician and Surgeon,
Call at J. Neuber’s
So elated was Hopkins with the mare of 10 years in the Penitentiary imposed
that he visited Busby, one of the editors upon Paymaster Hodge, remarks tlie N. ter : “A new project of a treaty has been
AS permanently located on the Fort Lane
of the Turf, Fi> Id and Farm, and Rut Y. Sun, (Radical) is a sham. It is appa initiated, and that diplomatic relations
Ranch, two miles north of Willow Springs,
and offer« his professional services to the people of A ND SEE IIIS FINE STOCK OF NEW ter, a prominent leather merchant of the rent that tlie President, when he approv looking to a continued occupation of Sa
Jaekaon and Josephine counties.
Goods direct troni the manufacturer». Swamp, to go over to the Fashion course ed it, never intended that this defaulter
and time her. They did so, and found 'should be punished. The Court-martial
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
that she trotted a quarter of a mile in the had no more right to sentence Hodge to j the fact that the President still keeps a
£3 o X’V’ i n g TVT a o 7x i xx o a
extraordinary time of 324 seconds to a the Penitentiary than it had to sentence large fleet moored in the Bay of Santana,
Prices troni $20 to $110, cash.
OfflLco"“On rine street
road wagon. This was faster time than him to be hanged, and right well the ; subject to the orders of Baez. Grant ex-
been made by any horse, even to a Court knew it. An Act of Congress, ! pects to make a million or two by this but the rich can afford to vote. It is al
A New Lot of
Opposite t lie Old
¡swindle, and he will render himself for so an element of corruption, rich men
I M EK 1 C A N I. K V E R W A T C II LS sulky, except Dexter in his remarkable passed July 17, 1862, expressly limits the
ever infamous rather than lose the money. registering poor ones in consideration of
their votes. These principles of govern
A rkansas L ivery .S tabi e ,
mate. Hopkins was pleased, Busby was cases where by law the same Court has
ment are still to be retained in Rhode
G ermans in the U nited S tates .— Island by the votes of the Republican
He is agent for the best Rifles and Pistols made, pleased, Rutter was pleased, and of course power to inflict the punishment of death.
Van Anden was pleased.
among vrhieh is the
This has been put to tlie test before. A table in the New York Herald gives majority.
Aftewards Hopkins, the driver, began Four
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ixenthv rifue .
naval paymasters, who were sen the following: The total number of Ger
DR. W. JACKSON,
Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load to have his doubts about the length of the tenced to imprisonment about a year ago, mans residing in the United States is
W edding D isplay .—The most extrav
quarter, and a few days ago took a chain were discharged under this law by Sec 1,600,533, distributed as follows : Ala agant and awe-inspiring wedding ever in
and measured it. He found that the retary Robeson, after consultation with bama, 2,482 ; Arkansas, 1,563 ; California, dulged in came off’recently in West Ten
All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and mile pole had been set back fifty feet,
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by
the Attorney-General. The Court-mar 29,999; Connecticut, 12,443 ; Delaware,
There was a brilliant assemblage',
thus lessening the quarter of a mile by tial then made a blunder, but now, with 1,142; Florida, 597 ; Georgia, 2,761; Illi nessee.
Dr. E. H. Greenman, corner California and Fifth Repairing done to order at half price.
diamonds, princely presents,
Jacksonville, May 13, 1865.
Street». All styles of Dental work done on short
that distance. This discovery destroyed the precedent clearly established, it is nois, 203,75S ; Indiana, 78,000 ; Iowa, 66,- a sumptuous spread of stomachic goodies,
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
the illusion of Van Auden’s gray mare’s plain that tlie officers of this Court will 162; Kansas, 12,775; Kentucky, 30,318; a gorgeous wedding wardrobe, etc., all in
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS.
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
Hopkins was, ofi fully imposed an illegal sentence, with a Louisiana, 18,933 ; Maine, 993 ; Mary the palatial palace of the bride’s father.
extracted without pain by the use ef the late
parties who had
method of local anesthesia. Ail work warranted.
to getting a brother officer out of a land, 47,045 ; Massachusetts, 23,072; Just as the interesting ceremony was
changed the pole, and thus committed a view
scrape. It is equally plain that in this Michigan, 64,643 ; Minnesota, 41,364 ; about to commence, the house was skaken
fraud upon, the trotting public. On in they were knowingly aided by the Presi Mississippi, 2,860; Missouri, 113,618; by an earthquake, accompanied by a mosj,
Nov. 20th, 1869.
quiry, he learned that it had been done dent of the United States.
Nebraska, 10,954; Nevada, 2,181 ; New terrific explosion and a lurid light The
by some of the persons who are connect
Of course, Paymaster Hodge will walk Hampshire, 436 ; yew Jersey, 54,000 ; palatial residence collapsed, women faint
ed with the hippodrome performances of away from the Albany Penitentiary on a New York, 316,902; North Carolina, 904; ed, men swore and the general effect was
Goldsmith Maid and Lucy in the West. writ of habeas corpus before he has fairly Ohio, 172,897 ; Oregon, 1,875 ; Pennsyl grand. After things had settled, it wm
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ESTABLISn-
Their purpose in this fraud was to show got into it.
vania, 160,146 ; Rhode Island, 1,201; ascertained that a rejected lover of the
e, a Real Estate Agency in connection with Cor. Third .1 Cal. sts., (opposite the U. S'. Ilotel,) fast time to an amateur of trotting, who
South Carolina, 2,751 ; Tennessee, 4,539 ; bride had contributed the pyrotechnics;
their Law Office, and are prepared to buy and sell
had trusted a horse to their charge.
M atrimony in I taly —In Genoa there Texas, 23,685 ; Vermont, 370 ; Wiscon had filled the smoke-house with torpedoes
real estate in thia and adjoining counties. Records
are regular marriage brokers, who have sin, 192,314; Arizona, 379; Colorado, 1,- bomb-shells and nitro-glycerine, which,
searched and abstracts of title prepared with dis
C ultivation of W heat .—The result memorandum books filled with names of 456; Dakota, 563; District of Columbia, when
patch and accuracy. Parties at a distance can
exploded, not only added a new
of sowing wheat in drills at such a dis the marriageable girls of the different 4,920 ; Idaho, 388 ; Montana, 1,233 ; New
communicate with us by addressing
to the vtedding, but scattered
FAY & REA,
tance apart that the crop could receive a classes, with notes of fibres, personal at Mexico, 582 ; Utah, 358 ; Washington large quantities
of smoked meat among
JOHN NOLAND, FROP’R. cultivation with a horse-hoe have been
April 32, 1871.
very favorable. Sowed at the rate of ces. These brokers go about endeavoring
three pecks per acre, in drills twenty in to make arrangements in the same off T he Southern Farmer says that a tea
0. yr. KASLER.
e . B. WATgOM
T obacco and B oys .—It is a sight al
apart, through which, in spring, a hand, mercantile manner which they spoonful of fine salt or of horse radish in
IQUORS by the gla«», bottle, demijohn, or keg.
too frequent to see half-grown,
KAHLER & WATSON,
The proprietor of this old «tand was the ’fir«t garden harrow was run, the crop amount would bring to bear upon a business trans a pan of milk, will keep it sweet for sev boys engaged in smoking cigars and
to bring liquor« down to a bit a drink nine year« eel to twenty-nine bushels, while the re action ; and when they succeed, they get eral days. Milk can be kept a year or
often of the rankest and strongest
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, ago in Jacksonville. I will be happy to have my mainder of the field, sowed in nine-inch a commission of two or three per cent more as sweet as when taken from the pipes,
Such should read and ponder up
friend« call and tee me. The best kinds ef wine«, drills, not cultivated, yielded only nine upon the portion, with such extras or bo cow, by the following method : Procure
fact: A French physi
liquors and cigar« always on hands. Families «up bushels per acre. Numerous other expe
nuses as may be voluntarily bestowed by bottles, and as they are filled, immediate cian has investigated the effect of smok
plied with the best and purest in the market, a- riments, both here and in England, have
the party. Marriage at Genoa is thus ly cork them well and fasten the cork
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and jeasonable rate«.
had similar results, proving that cultiva often simply a matter of business calcula with pack thread or wire. Then spread ing on 86 boys, between the ages of 9 and
other Courts of this State.
tion tends to increase the crops, and pay tion, generally settled by the parents or a little straw in the bottom of the boiler, 15, who were addicted to the habit. 27
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
many times over for the extra labor per relations, who draw up the contract be in which place the bottles with straw be presented distinct symptoms of nicotine
Jacobs—opposite Court House square.
formed. In England especially, where fore the parties have seen one another; tween them, until the boiler contains a poison. In 22 there were serious disord
labor is cheap enough to permit it, the and it is only when everything else is ar sufficient quantity. Fill it up with cold ers of the circulation, indigestion, dull
JAMES D. FAT.
D. B. REA.
crop receives a handhoeing and ranged and a few days previous to the water, and as soon as it begins to boil, ness of intellect, and a marked appetite
KAREWSKI. HAVING JUST OPENED
FAY & REA
weeding, and the consequence is that the marriage ceremony, that the future hus draw the fire, and let the whole gradual for strong drinks ; in 3 there was heart
J, a large stock of
average crops are forty bushels per acre, band is introduced to his partner for life. ly cool. When quite cold, take out the affection; in 8 decided deterioration of
Attorneys and Counsellors-at.Law,
W’liile the grain often weighs sixty-six Should he find fault with her manners or bottles and pack them in sawdust in bas blood; in 12 there was frequent epistaxis;
OFFICE—In Court Honse, up stairs.
pounds per bushel. We would suggest appearance, he may annul the contract, kets, and stow them away in the coolest 10 had disturbed sleep, and 4 had ulcera
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
tion of the mucous membrane of the
one acre next season in wide on condition of defraying the brokerage, part of the house.
Will practice in the Supreme ani other Courts
drills, as an experiment.
of this State.
and any other expenses incurred.
T he general impression seems to be
T he Gilman Star ha6 an account of an
BOOTS A SHOES,
D on P iatt writes the following per
afr* Particular attention paid to the collection
A poor farmer cannot conceal the fact that, owing to the peculiar formation of a elopement recently perpetrated near that
of Claims against the Federal and State Govern
sonal description of Mark Twain : “He that he is a poor farmer. All his sur horse’s hoof, a nail driven into it in put
ments, the Entry of Lands under the Pre emption
looks more like a member of the Ohio roundings proclaim the verdict against ting on the shoe causes no pain, and it is town. The lover went after his girl in a
and Homestead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
Legislature (if you know what that him ; his horses, cattle, wagon, harness, asserted by experienced veterinarians light vehicle with muffled wheels, while
Lodes under the recent Act of Congress.
is) than anything else. That is a sort of plows, fences, fields—even his wife and that a nail when driven into a wall of the an accomplice drove a heavier machine
a man who had narrowly escaped being children bear silent but unmistakable ev hoof causes no pain, but if the nail is adapted to make as much noise as possi
made a country commissioner, and so idence against him. On the other hand, clinched on the top or side of the hoof ble. The lady being duly received at the
PAINTS A OILS.
was returned to the Legislature. His all things will testify favorably on behalf with a hammer, it induces pain, frequent window, and deposited in the muffled ve
face is a sad one, and when all are in of the good farmer. Every passer-by can ly lameness, arising from an inner irrita hicle, the heavy one dashed off* toward
Wintjen & Helms, Proprietors.
roars about him he continues in a state read the pro and con. This fact alone tion, caused by pounding the hoof. If Gilman at a furious rate, with papa in
of dense solemnity. His voice is the ought to stimulate every’ farmer to do his this be the case, then some method should hot pursuit, while the lovers were noise
Oregon St.,uext to Odd Fellows’ Building.
most extraordinary voice I ever heard. best for the sake of his own character, as be applied, whereby the nailsona horse’s lessly driving in the opposite direction.
“Quick Sales & Small Profits.” It
is a cross between Horace Greeley and well as interest, for he may rest assured hoof may be clinched without pounding Before morning, Mr. Ward, and Mlw-
Green were “made one flesh.”
Tim Lincoln. He draws his words out that every passer-by will pronounce judg it with a hammer.
essrs , wintjen a helms beg to
in a most preposterous manner, that ment according to the evidence.
inform their friends and the public generally
To remove mildew, moisten a piece of
that they have thoroughly refitted their saloon,
gives a drollery to what he says, utterly
A man broke a chair over his wife's soap, and rub it on the parts. affected ;
and reduced the price of liquors to
I t is remarkable that the wealthiest cit head a week or two ago. When he got then rub them over with whiting. Lay
izens of New York are all at an age when to jail, and the clergyman undertook to the linen on the grass, and from time to
A L egislator ’ s H eaven . — They most men are too infirm for affairs, yet
dry, wet p
[t a nine,
just opened a new hotel in a South they are not only hale and vigorous, but talk4o him, he displayed a good deal of j time, as it becomes ary,
Corner of Oregon and Main Streets, offers
bargain«, such as have not been offered before at
actively engaged in conducting their own
per men who assisted writes : “It is a business. Wm. B. Astor is 78; Alex. T. permitted his anger to obtain the mastery Qr take your cloth when dry, and wet
Thi« stock is fresh and of the best quality, and beautiful house ! Amid its bowers, its Stewart, 79 ; Cornelius Vanderbilt, 78 ; of him, and to suffer him to do such an thoroughly with soft soap and salt, mix-
]>t It lie a short time; wash it in-
CASH purchaser« will do well to call on him.
frescoed, grand, glittering parlors, the Daniel Drew, 74 ; Peter Cooper, 78 ; G. act, because it was a good chair, one of;
those good old-fashioned Windsor chairs,, good guds, and Jay out to bleach. If one
member of the Legislature, at nine dol Law, 73.
which was an heir-loom of his family, operation does not answer, two will, and
lars a day. can have his heaven, and
together with the finest brand« of liquor« and ci
restore the linen white as ever.
listen to tne music of a sixteen-string
gars always on hand.
N ever confide a secret to your rela- and ho knew he could never replace it.
band, and the voice of his nightingale,
50 . Points
of Billiards for Drinks.
¿or g0^- M'°
“ and enjoy the felicitiee of the only para tives; blood will tell.
S ubscribe for the D emocratic T imes . • T hebe is but one gift that President
I 50?Bd 100 ‘o’- »»ek«, and fine Liverpool salt.
1 Grant has never received—the gift of gab.
S orro W s best antidote is employment. It’s the best paper in Southern Oregon.
April 1st, 1870.
January 7th, 1871.
dise that perhaps will ever be his.”
S. F. CHAPIN, M. D.,
And Small Profits,
“iS MY M3TT0.”
Pioneer Bit House,
CHEAP FOR CASH!
THE TABLE RO(K SALOON.
THE BRICK STORE,