The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, May 04, 1872, Image 4

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    STATE
S'hc ¿ifinoiTiitic Jimcs.
DEMOCRATIC
Resolved, 1. That we. the Democratic party of
the State of Oregon, are pledged to a strict con­
struction of tho Constitution, the restoration and
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1872.
preservation of the rights of the States to regulate
their internal affairs, and especially the elective
HO IF TO GET EICH.
franchise, free from tho control or interference of
the General Government ; the protection of indi­
vidual rights in accordance with tho fundamental
Put on the airs of an eight-keyed flute,
laws of tho land, including the rights to the writ
If you’re only a penny whistle ;
of habeas corpus, trial by jury and freedom from
Pass where you can for a garden rose,
unreasonable searches and seizures.
If you’re ouly a wayside thistle.
2. That we nre opposed to every species of cor­
ruption in ail departments of the Municipal, State
Blow, whenever you blow your horn,
and National Governments.
Bo people ean understand
1 hat our motto is, no privileged classes and
That you may be sharp, but you won’t be flat, I no 3. privileged
capital.
In society’s great brass band.
4. That we are in favor of a tariff to raise mon­
ey only for the necessary expenses of tho Federal
Pass the plate or the hat in church
Gover' inent, and not for the benefit of monopolists.
With the usual Sabbath air.
5. That we view with alarm tho flagrant and open
But move with a mild, religious squeak,
violation of tbe Constitution by the party n>>w con­
That people may know you're there.
trolling the General Government, in the passage
and enforcement of tho Reconstruction and Ku-
If you carry a noso six inches long,
Klux laws, and the corruption and fraud which
(And a beak can scarce bo lunger,)
idiaracterize their administration of every Depart­
Believe it a sign of perception strong.
ment of Government, an<i we pledge ourselves to
And the longer it is the stronger.
use all lawful ami peaceable means to secure a
speedy correction of these outrages and usurpations.
But if in the order of usual tubes
6. That tbe freedom, welfare and rights of the
Your organ is brief in measure,
people are superior to the interests of inoorpora-
Then, brevity being the soul of wit.
tions, and should be protected against the exactious
of oppressive monopolies.
Consider your pug a treasure I
7. That we favor the appropriation of the fund
arising from the sale of swamp lands to purposes of
Lev« your neighbor, but mark the force
internal improvements and the aid of common
Of the gospel rule of graco—
schools.
7he mure you admire yourself, my friend,
8. That the construction of locks at the Falls of
The higher your neighbor's place.
the Willamette is «judicious and effective safeguard
of the commerce of the Willamette Valley, and we
Clink your dime in the Deacon's pan,
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I favor legislation to the end that the commerce of
As if you were throwing in gold,
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the Columbia river may be in like manner beuefit-
And give, with an eye to the businoss, hop«
ted and protected.
Of reaping a hundred fold.
9 That the tuanks of the people of Oregon are
dueour
present State Administration for its success­
Whether your reading is little or great.
ful
efforts
in securing to the State the grants of
Quote right or never quote ;
land
which
otherwise would have fallen into the
Polish your uppers, though down in the heel,
hands
ot
grasping
corporations.
And never indorse a note.
Always advance best hand, best foot,
(Bast hand, best for your own,)
And thus you may feast on the tat of the land
While others enjoy the bone.
S. T—1860—X
VARIETIES
Calico balls are the rage in Oregon now.
Tho debt of France amounts to about
$125 for eaeh of the imputation.
The State of Massachusetts had 52,063
more women than men in 1870.
The female suffragists insist on run­
ning George NV. Julian for President.
Joaquin Miller has entered into an en­
gagement to lecture in New England.
A Chinese woman in Nevada recently
poisoned herself for love of a “Melican.”
One million and a half of people in
Germany are said to speak, the English
language.
Female compositors get through their
copy very rapidly, being anxious to get
the last word.
The Prussians are said to be fortifying
Metz with enormous canuon, and enlarg­
ing Strasbourg.
Stokes tells an interviewer that Jim
Fisk was not near so bad a man as Jay
Gould was and is.
A meeting of the Democratic National
Committee has been called for Wednes­
day, May Sth, at New York.
It has been ascertained that some la­
dies use paint as all tiddlers do rosin—to
aid them in drawing a beau.
The Boston Jubilee Coliseum is to be
550 feet long by 356 wide, and in the cen­
tre the roof is to be elevated 140 feet from
the floor.
Sprinkle the sheep fold with carbolic
acid diluted with 200 times its bulk of
water. This will purify the place and
prevent disease.
Radicalism has ruled Louisiana since
the war ended, and as a result that State
can now boast of an indebtedness amount­
ing to $66,000,000!
O’Connor, who committed an assault
upon Queen Victoria lately, has been
sentenced to receive twenty lashes and a
year’s imprisonment.
Cats are to be taxed at the rate of $1.25
each per annum in Paris. Had this tax
Erevailed before the war, Paris could not
ave held out so long as she did.
Henry Berry Lowery, the celebrated
North Carolina negro outlaw, shot him­
self in drawing a load from his gun. He
was then lying in ambush for his enemies.
Out of 130 German Republican news­
papers in this country, says the St. Louis
Times, the administration has counted
up j ust six favoring Grant’s renomination.
A Chinaman who had his nose bit off
in a fight in San Francisco, had it care­
fully packed and sent back home to show
his friends one of the American customs.
The largest rope in the world has been
completed in Birmingham, England.
It is five and a quarter inches in diam­
eter, and its weight is over 120,000 pounds.
One Abbott, alias Jack Allen, Is rais­
ing men in New York to go to North
Carolina, in order to capture or kill the
Lowery gang and secure $35,000 reward.
Tom—“I say Jack, what a beautiful
complexion Miss Smith hast Do you
know her?” Jack—“No; but I know a
girl who buys her complexion at the
same store I”
Grant declares that he will never lift a
finger to secure his re-nomination. Pos­
sibly he won’t, but ho lifts every office­
holder who doesn’t labor to secure It,
adds the Louisville Courier-./bumaL
A man having a spite at a sausage­
maker, rushed into his shop when crowd­
ed with customers, threw a dead cat upon
the counter, and said : That makes nine­
teen ! NVe’ll settle when you’re at leisure!
It is stated that there are in the Uni­
ted States 231 soldiers who lost both eyes,
118 who lost both legs, 11 who lost both
feet, five who lost both hands, thirty-five
who lost both arms, and sixteen who lost
an arm and leg.
At a leap year party in Atlanta, Ga.,
the young ladies showed their manliness
by having the following mottoes put in
conspicuous places: “We mean busi­
ness,” “Now is our chance,” “Waiting is
tedious.”
Dolly Varden, the fortunate young lady
after whom the fashionable dress for next
summer is named, was the charming
daughter of a London locksmith, Gabriel
Varden by name, and lived in the reign
of George III. She afterward became
Mrs. Joe NVillet.
Wherever the Radicals have got a foot­
hold, they have laid a heavy hand upon
the people. Thus, in Washington City
they have raised the rate of taxation in
that city since 1870, from $1.75 to $3.20
on the $100. This is the case in every
place where the Radicalshave had power
for any length of time. But still their
cry is, “Retrenchment and low taxes.”
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This wonderful vegetable
restorative is the sheet-an­
chor of the feeble and debil­
itated. As a tonic and cor­
dial for the aged •and languid
it has no equal among stom­
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achics.
Asa remedy for the
nervous weakness to which
women are especially subject,
it is superseding every other
stimulant. In all climates—
tropical, temperate or frigid
—it acts as a specific in every
species of disorders which un­
dermines the bodily strength
and breaks down the animal
spirit.
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UNK WEED REMEDY,
OREGON RHEUMATIC CURE.
DEALERS IN
History.
This remedy is composed of the nctive principle
of the Unk Weed, Eng.—Thaspium Cordatum
Originis, Lat.—Indigenous to Oregon. Grows
most abundantly and perfectly in 'Washington Co.
Properties, Etc.
It contains an ACTIVE VOLATILE principle,
extracted by Ether, and a bitter TONIC principle,
soluble in Alcohol.
Medical Properties and Uses.
It is the most speedy euro for Bhiumatisin, Rheu­
matic Gout and Rheumatic Pain's of all kinds that
was ever introduced in Materia Medica. The Unk
Weed Remedy, as prepared by us, in consequence
of its existing hitter principle, possesses the neces­
sary virtue of being a POWERFUL TONIC, Pro­
Stoves, Tinware, Hardware
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more hinds or v . ork ,
AND BETTER WORK,
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Than any other machine.
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If there is a Florence Sewing Ma­
W chine within one thousand miles of o
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San Francisco not working well and
giving entire satisfaction, if I am in­
formed of it, it will be attended to
without expense of any kind to tho
owner.
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SAMUEL HILL, Agent,
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19 New Montgomery Street,
Grand Hotel Building, San Francisco.
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Send for Circular» and »ample» of
the work.
Active Agent» wanted in
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every place.
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ASHLAND, OREGON.
ening the system, while at tho same time the vola­
tile principle, being absorbed in the blood, acts
specifically on the Rheumatic Poison, removing
it from the circulation and system.
There are a fow remedies known to the Medical
Profession which will remove the RHEUMATIC
POISON from tho blood, but whose action is ae
powertill in depressing the system of tho already en­
feebled Rheumatic patient, that their use has to be
abandoned before specific effects are obtained, hence
the want of success in treating this prevalent, and
in consequence heretofore incurable diaeaso. 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 the most deli­
cate and debilitated. Thus we have the combina­
tion for the first time of these TWO neceessary ele­
ments in ONE remedy, which accounts for its Su­
perior and Never-Failing curative effects in
Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout, and Rheu­
matic Pains of all Kinds.
We are aware of the fact that, is generally nn
easy matter to procure certificates attesting tbe et-
fieacy of patent medicines from a certain class of
those who use them. We have selected the fol­
lowing because the namen attached to them are those
of men of the most careful and icrtipulom charac­
ter, and because the large class of thoir acquain­
tances in Oregon will not, for a moment, accuse or
suspect them of any exaggeration iu the state­
ments they may make.
Retnaarkable cure of Mrs. Hoover, Wife of linn.
Jacob Hoover, ex-Treasurer of Washington coun -
ty, Oregon.
Taulatin Plains, Washington county, Oregon, 1
July 22, 1871.
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A. M. Loryea A Co —I have been troubled with
Rheumatism fur the past twdre ¡p ars '; 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 crew 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 swelling and pain lias left my joints and
shoulder, and the l><n<n growth has entirely disap­
peared and I use my limbs and am far better than
I have been for years.
M. HOOVER.
Certificate from James Bybee, the celebrated
stock-grower, and “King of tbe Oregon Turfe
Suave’s Island, January 14, 1871.
A. M. Loryea A Co.—This is to acknowledge
the efficacy of your “Unk Weed remedy, or Ore­
gon Rhematio Cure.” I was afflicted for months
with a very serious attack of the inflammatory rheu­
matism, and tried nearly all of the so-called rheu­
matic remedies without any relief perceivable.
I
then tried your Remedy, and its u.-e resulted in tho
most happy effects—a perfect cure.
Truly yours,
JAMES BYBEE.
Certificate from Hon. E. L. Quimby, cx-County
Commissioner of Multnomah County, Oregon :
East Purtland, April 1, 1871.
A. M. Loryea A Co.—I have used the “Unk
Weed Remedy, ” and am satisfied it is a valuable
medicine, It regulates and invigorates the sys-
tern. This is my experience with the Remedy.
Truly yours,
E. L. QUIMBY.
Certificate from the well-known merchant, 0.
W. Weaver, Esq. :
1 he Dalles, May 23, 1871.
A. M. Loryea & Co.—I have used the “Unk
Weed Remedy,” and can cheerfully recommend it
to persons afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism.
It cuied me of that disease. My hands, wrists,
ankles—indeed, all my joints—were swollen and
very painfill.
O. W. WEAVER.
FIYIIIS IIouso has lately been newly furnished
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and refitted throughout, and is now open to
Certificate from Hon. N. II. Lane, Pilot Com­
tho accommodation of boarders and tho traveling missioner of Oregon, ani| a member of the City
public. The tablo will always be supplied with Council of East Portland :
the best the market affords. A commodious stable
East Portland, April 19, 1871.
is connected with the estalishinent.
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JESSE nOUCK, Proprietor.
A. M. Loryea A Co.—I have been afflicted for
several years past with “weakness in the back,”
and wandering rheumatic pains, accompanied by
screre constipation. By the use of one bottle of
“New State” Block, (up stairs.)
your Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon Rheumatic
Cure, I have been entirely relieved, and I cheer­
FORSYTH would respectfully inform tho in- fully recommend it as a most valuable and effect­
NAT. II. LANE.
• habitants of Jacksonville and vicinity that ive remedy.
he will be found at all times ready to wait on those
who may see fit to faver him with their patronage.
Put up in 10-ounco bottles, at $1.50 per bottle.
Cutting atteaded to with neatness and dispatch.
ftHC Prepared at the Oregon Medical Laborato­
Particular attention given to cutting boy’s cloth­
ry, by A. M. Loryea 4 Co., East Portland, Ogn.
ing. zJr Two good tailors wanted immediately.
fctD1" For sale by all Druggists. “UiS [31
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TAILORING
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ROOMS,
WHITE PRINCE
Wil] be kept at mv farm, near Ashland, until tho
first Tue- ¡ay in April ; will then Le, every Tues­
day and Wednesday, at
moting the Appetite and Inrigorating the whole lh-
g>stire Apparatus, thus building up and strength­
Certificate from lion. Gideon Tibbetts, a mem­
ber of the City Council of East Portland :
East Portland, April 7, 1871»
A. M. Loryea A Co.—Gents : This is to inform
you that 1 have used your “Unk Weed” for neu­
ralgia and rheumatic pains, and found Jelief from
the uso of only one bottle, end can recommend it
to those in need of such a remedy.
Yours,
GIDEON TIBBETTY.
Will sew everything needed in a family, from
the heaviest to the lightest fabric.
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS I
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Certificate from the Deputy Jailer of Multno­
mah county jail :
City Jail, Portland, Oregon, June 7th, 1871.
A. M. Loryea A Co.—I was attacked with a se­
vere case of rheumatism. It was in mv thighs,
hips, fingers, shoulder blade—indeed in ail the
joints of my body I suffered great pain and an­
guish. I was attended ay a regular physician, but
w.th no effect. I was induced to try your Unk
Weed Remedy, and it immediately cured me up. I
consider it. from my experience, the best remedy
for rheumatism known.
Fur Man and Beast
ALFRED F. TURNER. Deputy Jailer.
This
is
to certify that tho above statement is cor­
Probably few articles have ever had so extensive
rect
to
my
own knowledge.
a sale, while none have been more universally ben­
JOHN P. WARD, Jailer.
eficial than the celebrated MEXICAN MUSTANG
LINIMENT. Children, Adults, Horses, and Do­
Certificate of A. R. Shipley, Esq., special con­
mestic Animals, are always liable to accident, and
it is safe to say that no family can pass a single tributor to the Willammette Farmer, and Secreta­
season without some kind of an emollient being ry of the Oregon Horticultural Society :
Oswego, Oregon, March 28th, 1871.
necessary. It becomes a matter of importance
then to secure the best.
A. M. Loryea A Co.—Some four weeks ago I
Over three hundred livery stables in the city of was eniirely prostrated with rheumatism ; in fact
New Yo-k al<>ne are using the Mexican Mustang 1 was almost helpless. I sent to you for one 10-
Liniment, in all of which it gives unusual satisfac­ ounce bottle of the “Unk Weed Remedy,” by the
tion.
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use of which I experienced almost immediate re­
Caution.— The genuine is wrapped in a fine lief, and by the time the bottle was gone the rheu­
Steel Plate engraving with “G. W. Westbrook, matism was gone. From my own experience, and
Chemist.” and “Trade Mark, A merican M ustang from what I have heard others say who have used
L iniment ,” engraved across the wrapper. The the Ink Weed, I believe it to bo a certain cure fer
whole bears the proprietor’s private United State* the rheumatism. Your, respectfully,
Revenue Stamp, and not a common stamp, as used
A. R. NHIPLEY.
by druggists.
L yon M anufacturing C o .,
53 Park Place. N. Y.
Ce tificato from Hon. A. J. Dufur, er-President
of the Oregon State Agricultural «Society, and an-
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thor of ••Statistics of Oregon
East Portland, April 1, 1871.
A. M. Loryea A Co.—I was afflicted with a severe
attack of chronic rheumatism ; was confined to my
bed most of tho time from January to July, when
I used the Unk Weed, and it cured me up.
A. J. DUFUR.
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HOFFMAN & KLIPPEL
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HAY FORKS and RAKES,
GRASS SCYTHES and SNATHS.
WOODEN and STEEL BARLEY /ORKS.
GRAPE VINE CRADLES,
MANURE FORKS,
GRAIN SCOOPS,
TRACE and HALTER (’HAINS,
CHOPPING and BROAD AXES,
HATCHETS and HAMMERS,
BENCH SCREWS,
WAGON BOXES.
PATENT CROSS CUT end BUCK SAWS
HAND-SAWS, SHELF HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, AC.
NAILS OF ALL SIZES.
PAINTS, OILS and VARNISH,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY,
TUBS and BASKETS,
CLOTHES WRINGERS,
TRAYS and BOWLS.
Union l.iverv Stable. Jacksonville;
Friday and Saturday at home, until the 10th
July.
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“NAPOI»EON THE II"
The hor>e I purchased while in tbe East the
past winter, is now at Red Bluff. Will be brought
to this county about the let of May, and will then
be kept with “White Prince” the balance of the
season.
“Napoleon II” is not quite as heavy as “White
Prince;” rather finer about the head, neck and
withers—a beautiful dark dapple gray, with white
mane snd tail. This horse (and mare, “Joan of
Are,” which died before 1 shipped) was selected in
France in 1870, by one of the best judges of this
stock in that country.
Since the public have seen “White Prince” at
our County Fair, he has grown and spread 80 his
former friends hardly know him.
While East the past winter, in conversation with
intelligent
horse-breeders, several of them in­
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formed me that they had stood aloof from the
Pcrcheron or Norman ’ orses, thinking them too
heavy for travel or oruinary use ; but after Jiaving
seen the grade-colts and fillies come to maturity,
and seen them in use, they are willing to breed to
them : and wherever they have been introduced
they have given universal satisfactien.
I have been at great expense and risk in mak­
ing the above importations, and have no doubt
that if the horse-breeders of this and adjoining
counties patronize tbe above horses and take prop­
er care of the colts, we will show, in a few years, a
class < f horses not inferior to any on the coast.
I will give
F t tho Vest horse colt, sired by “White Prine«,’*
at weaning time the coming fall ; and will also
give the tullowing premium» at the next
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I JACKSON COUNTY ANNUAL FAIRt
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ASSORTE! > IRON AND STERI.,
SUBMERGED A* DOUGLAS PUMPS.
CAST-IKON WASH KETTLES,
BAKE OVENS,
SKILLETS AND TEA-KETTLES,
FRY-PANS, &C.
ßdf” Store on Oregon Street, under Odd Fellow Hall, Jacksonville.
HOFFMAN & KLIPPEL.
The premiums to be awarded by disinterested
persons :
Secend best horse colt, sired by “White Prince,”
a set el silver tea spix.ns ; for the best mare colt,
one >et of sil ver tea .«poons ; second best, a heavy
silver plated soup Indie.
At the County Fair of 1873, I will give a set of
silver table spoons f»r the Best lot of colts owaed
and bred ly one party from “White Prince” and
“Napoleon tbe 11.”
Terms, Si5. due during the season ; and $15
when the mare is known to be with foal or parted
with. I have m id'- mv terms reasonable, so that
none need complain. 1 do not think any other
person would go to the expense afld risk to secure
as gooil imported horses tbr any thing like the same
terms.
I expect to have shortly an illustrated dascrip-
tivo oiitah gue and a lar^-e engraving of my stock.
My celts I had at our County Fair last tall keep
tbe snuie form, and have grown well.
Call and see the stock and be your own judge as
to their merit.
I will secure pasture at fair rates to accommodate
W. c. MYER.
I mares from a distance.
Ashland, Ogn., March 6th, 1872.
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The House has lately been re painted, andTeno-
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ventilated.
The bedrooms are supplied with
SB1./NG BEDS, and every other convenience for
the comforts of guests.
BOOKS,
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STATIONERY,
AC. AC.
GASOLINE OIL AND LAMPS
At the CITY DREG STORE.
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Can bo had at reasonable rates, according to the
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the very best liquors and cigars may be found, at
prices to suit tbe times.
Jacksonville, Ogu., Jan. 8th, 1871
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DEALERS IN
FANCY, STAPLE &DRYf GOODS
Clothing, *
Boots & Shoes,
Groceries,
Liquors,
Cutlery,
Crockery,
Etc., Etc.,
OF THE BEST QUA 1TY,
AND THE
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY.
FISHER «fc BRO ’S,
(Corner California and Oregon Streets,)
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
May 1st, 1869.
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Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
tor their comfort and convenience, as well as every
attention and comfort usually found at a well kept
Hotel.
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It is located in the central part of Jacksonville ;
-tages from the North and South leave regularly
from the U. S. HOTEL.
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that he has the largest, best, and most com­
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NOTICE
The “New State” has been elegantly refitted,
mid is now one of the finest resorts in town. A
billiard table is provided for the lover« of this
HE undersigned hsving been appointed agent
game. The bar is furnished with the choicest
of the County Court of Jackson county, Ore­
Brandies, Wines, Cigars, Ac., and tho reading ta­
gon,
for the car« of the sick and indigent poor of
bles with Eastern periodicals and leading paper» of
said county, this is to notify all interested pereon«,
the Coast.
C. W. SAVAGE, Prop’r.
that application for relief or aid from said eounty
Jacksonville, Jan. ISth, 1872.
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must be made through me, and all bill» for aid or
relief, before being audited by said Court, mut be
presented to me for approval.
LACIER! LAGER!
Done by order of the County Commissioner, at the
July term of said Court, 1871.
E. D. F0UDRAY Agent.
Of the County Court of the aforesaid county, for
tho county poor.
This 12th day of July 1871.
T
EAGLE BREWERY.
TOSF.Pn WETTERER HAS N0W0N HAND
and is constantly manufacturing the best Lag­
er Beer in Southern Orogon, which ho will sell in
quantities to suit purchasers. Call and test the
article.
Jacksonville June 5th, 1862.
DR. A. B. OVERBECK
\ITILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
H GERY, aud will attend promptly to all call«
on professional business, llis offioe and reflidence
are at
The Overbeck Hospital,
On Oregon Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
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