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The following- named penone are authoriied to act aa
JnUIor.TUIeperwmpicensuc l j
I F. FISIIKR. SO an 4 a Mew Merchanta Exchange,
m M. PK1KCHX.yi COJ ST) rrk-, Bar; NEW
- ,T0i,a41l)te,'itreet,I!OSWM.t Kl $ ft j
JULMrKTi MB.VET, . ifiaaxnor to Olndioa Wmet,
OJEO. V. BOWELIi & CO41 rrk Bow, NEW
r Wbo Will'l&spoHdi
The political caulclrtm having for a
lime ceas4 to "iboillatul liubfiie,'' arid
the usualwhbnpa excitement attend
ing a FreBidential''Catnpaignbeing suc
ceeded by the'nll routine of common
place events,-with that dullness assist
ed iri.putcase'by d.'winter'a stagnation
t)l trahestf all orer.the conntry, and a
Jiropablov clogging of tho customary
channels by -vbloh "we. receivd'news
from abroad, tho publication "of a news
paper, lor the nextjfew, months at' leasts
docs not scecf a task likely to be inter
esting to'ih'qoUlbr.r' Reader , 'But a
paper can be..made.iinteresting, if not
useful, in more .ways than one. In a
place like this that method which is of
'most immediate advantage and econo
my must take precedence over those
of morfc aspJrine.'orfnretentious papers.
having immense circulations and ex
tensive patronage; justifying the em
ployment of a corps of editors aud. re
porters and an army 01 correspondents.
Their sphere is eeneral. and 'to be suc
cessful must incur great expense, while
Vee can dnly aspir to d3g'uificrdsumma
ries of general news and tho reporting
pi lobar, in'formatjoni uring (Political
campaigns.tf o must, necessarily, dp.our
pan wwaras producing; a general re,.
Bult in oar Ifavor. "To do this, with our
limited Space,. unavoidably oompels 'us
tOoinitjortho" itime, an attefili'oV'to
(r: :-I Lia':V-t' ' ' '
uains iiumuuiaiciy concermngi us aa a
community and look- to results of re
mote interest and a'dvantageJSuca a
time has. nust passed, and we-honeiwe
havenot failed to do our duty in pro-
. i V4 ,. art lift.
ducing whatJwejonsBlM aiftvorable
result to our cause from our own In.
juut ue wnoie political held has been
fought over, the victory is with us, and,
Bume attetKm1't6'io'cal "mattcfsTttiilhe
best of .our ability. But fust how to
proceed In this matter to tho best ,ad
vantage is easier thought of than per
lormcd. Our circulation embraces the
entire'- So'utlrernportion of tho Stale;
we sending a greater or less number of
Sentinels to every posloffice and ac
cessible settlement in Kogue Riv.er,
Goose Lake and contiguous valleys, as
well as to tho various mining camps to
the North and West of us. This is an
extensive scope of country, over which
settlements are scattered atgrcater or
leu intervals; and new ones aro con
. tinually springing up. The latter 'are
frequentryTjogun b'y'persons from old
er settled portions of tho valleys.wlth'
a mixture of newcomers. They.always.
letoinends behind .them, who would,
be glad to hear from them, and the'
public at large' have a similar desire.
" letter-writinVis df limited effect; and,
"besides, pioneers are notgenerally'giv-1
ea to correspondence in that ,way.) TV
would likop make, the SXTuna, a let
ter from every community, town and
villaee in Southern "brecron to another.
5e kbor of traveling from1 place iS'
piaco over this extent of country is an
impo86ibility:forns, and the expense of
employing; paid -correspandents.in any
considerable number ,of places would
Bttffaslify'ua'inHhafc undertaking: But
there is at least weekly communication
of some land between Jackgonvilloand.
the aost.remote of these settlements,
M CJ tiia Skkxtkei, is not already
' taken U'can'easily'bVsent There are
always persons 'who ha vo the time and
. ability to" write letters' t6" friends, des
criptive of their localities, its climate,
pecU, c, together with 6uch items of
social interest as' always occur. To
eucb;wp .would, suggest to writoto the
SjOiTuraL, and we. will give yourletter
a pkco.in its columns.that-willgive 'it
. a circulation a thousand',times. iii'orq'
extensive thin you could otherwise ob-
Uiiftr Jtl Av ; ,r.' ar..
oelvfc Uki-Vord;lrom.'o'ther jhcesSffiiV
Vlll nAinf Antiol vnlriA nn';A- . J
yo?rselt. This is a'hewcp'uht with
rooninior thousands, more tojmako-a
kome HpoaijliC4p landj onnexcellecl
fertility, with a climate that is unsur
passed W thec coast This cXistTa'aE.'
nonm ai1, miJi'tsU if-Sl
thanat any other time f and -whl!tin
haftTifar rA;X .i- -JL '4' 4 '
.TrT5.8 h ftS.f9aei;ppSid
room-ana attractions in abDnd-
ance and'unexcelledit is' also a fact of
much importance to us that these peca-
ow of 'balSde
comparatively BpeaMng. Other por
tions of thp "State,-under the stimulus
of railroads.andjublio- improvements,
withTno better-;nataralvfacilitre?, cer
tain, and pfpbably not as "good, for .all
that enables a people (o-sccure wealth
and happiaessyaro rapidlygoing ahead.
W!e-need a" like.condition of. affairs, jn
this section ; we need population and
capital. vTo secure-theseiroqmres a
circulation of the facts of our peculiar
advantages abroad. We send a few
copiesjof the Ssnttnel to the States
East of the monntains.7 Should; Jbose
already located. here feel tho. same in
terest we do in tliese' things, let'them
assist us to mk"eof,J&e"SEJ$TCNEX.a
word-map of this whole region-r-ailetr.
ter to those Bcekiiig .information;) con
cerning us; and then we- will' assume
the expense of "sending -copies 'to 'cori
respondents friends." wherioyerand tq
f -j.' -- -i-. . i
whomsoever they.may direct. , .
TJut wo have already.drawn this'' ar
ticle' to a much greater length -thaH'wb
intended to have done; yet the'bene
fits which may accrue to us-ajll'by! tfle
method proposed are so numerous, and
apparent that we are sure they will
bear presentation, and .we shall con
tinue, from 'time1 to' time, to present
them to our readers until wo have in
ducedjjfavorable action inthoTnatter
if not "in" the manner proposed, th"en in
some other way, or shall have dem
onstrated that we-are alone in the mat
ter and powerless. You who have
complained about .the; Sentinel peg--leclfng4ocal
sons why it has been so, and wo now
call upon you to lend" your aid in pro-ducing-'what
.you desiref vizr a local
paper; ''Remember"lhe''Apb'st6lio in
junction, "Help ye one another."
Local Matters. II anything of in
terest lias occurred about town during,
the past week wo haven't heard of it.
As far aswe kpoej-erytljing is
Hjce, nnd-particuiarlynh'c Veallle
hard winter sends us greeting through
all our exchanges fr6mt;tho East, and
even from the northern portion of our
own;Stato we hearVcbmplaints jpf alfe
cold MBut Winter baitiH found-uS yet ;
and we hope it won't. The sky is as
as miiu as ouay. xxoiwiiusianamg an
this, times are very dull here in the
way of loc3liieeiis.J -fOutthbrQwo hear
some things muttered about which, if
consummated, will furnish some fun
for.a while,if'nohing more? 'in' the
meantime, what's tho bloody hodds, so.
long as you'rc,appy ?. . r
Found at Last. ;A remedy that not
only relieves, but cures .that enemy, of
mankind, Consumption; as well'as the
numerous statellites which revolve
aroundjt in the.ehape'of pgghs; colds
bronchitis, sore throat, influenza, &c.
The remedy wo allude to is Dn. Wis
Tak's Balsam ;dF Wild CnKnnr, pre
pared by ,Seth W, Jpwje, &? Sons,
HEAirrn aiTd Home. This finely il
lustrated family- paper -has grown to
the p'ESanencyjof ff housnoHlnxUif e
within the past few.yearfcyandi3iri all'
ituuio wuiuij.u (iuuijjurt tu wuicu
it aspire .pr, .lul dejeriptipn of
(he work its j)lace of publication
character, price, &a, -attention is di'
rected to the advertisement ill, another
column of this issue. "
FnoM FoRTjKiTn;Maj Eggle-
sion, xaymasier. u.t a. a.-,antt'JU8jor.
Jackson of ,Fort,KlamatTf amej.in, a'
fewaysagoi front that JEJostj-'ana are
temporarjly stopping, in ..town. They
report the snow ten inches in sdepth at
Fort Klamath, when tnoy ejt'there..c'""
-?r-jr V ,,
Tue Dismicr Couet' adjourned
Vednesdaj evening last. We were
not able to'pro'curethe, proceedings, a
time for this issuer but will give them
Yreka Journal It. fully explains tie
telegram concerning the matter, which I
Donohne, who iilledfOrme al Tcha-
pyr-juage iott to be hung on thelOth
yell knownj-egident ofUJacksonyiUe,
Oregon.-"'" --4 uVuttiJ'
" s i. J n l -r i1 (
. To Mesd ferrrsA." TaVn ,. n
thick solution of gu'miarablo in -water,
and stir-into it plaster of-Paris -until
fhentltogether. ' Jn.thfeartd'avs- ,'th'e
artlole cannot be broken in the mo
placeierhe) whiteness -oFjheT cement
renders it doubly valuable. ' J'l3e
iue miimreDecotnef. ot.proper con
sistency. AppTy-itfwith-.a,bruslf.to the
fraotarcddces oHhtf Chiiii ' anff uttttf
vouch for the entire truthfulness of the
following, taken from an exchange,-bit
thexeare persons juTJacksonjUle who
ar$acnjunlfwitj the jadyValathey
assure, us she.is. fully competent toper
form the job if she ev$f unaWtOok't1:
"Mrs. 'Catharine Strang; OlifcwtwSl
Iowa, has just completed -two mtfeslof
grading uponfthp Browiiville.aadywl
oway Valley Itailroadf Her portion
of the road compares qnlterfaVb'rably
with that 'constructed byoidind" ex
perienced contractors.?' "" T
Tue Postmaster General has issued
a .circular, stating, that it is the duty of
postmasters to register, without fee,.
aU letters delivered to then to bo
mailedj containing old postage stamps
or mutilated currency for redemption,
in accordance, with the law upon that
Mrs. Crittenden, widow of Laura
D. Fair's victim, is mistress of, .a,. neat
and ouiet boarding house in Sari Frah
Cisco, as a means pf-supporting and.
cducatiri" her children."
For the very beat Photographs' go to 'SRAD
LETk'RVLOFSOK, Gallery without STAIRS.
S-ASCEA'D IX TIlE.ELEVAT(lRliiiovi
gomery&rset, San iFriaciscoL aaij.
- . . . har mx r JL.
,S. T. 1860,X,
This wonderful -vegetable res
torative is the sheet-anchor of
the feeble and debilitated. As a
tonic and, cordial for rthe 'aged
and ianguid itthas no equal
among stomachics.- As a rem
edy for the ner,vou3 weaknesTto
"which women are especially sub
ject, it is superseding eyery
other stimulant. In 'all cli
mates, tropical, , temperate or
frigid, it acts as a specific; in- ev
ery species of disorder which un
dermines the bodily strength and
breaks down the animal- spirits.
ilashedSppsarance can:d y heat, fatigae. and'
hui' twenty and so natujal and perfect that'BO
person can dv-t'ectlFa application,- -By itsase
the rongh'est ekin is made 5&VrH-ai-the pure
radiant textare of youthful beauty. It removes
redness, "blotches', nd"plmpls.t;it contains jhP.
thing that will injure Ihc.EEln in the 'least.
Mignoija Balm U used, by all fashionable
ladies In Nuw. Xork,. London and Paris. It
costs only 75 cents per bottle; and is sold by
all Druggists and Fcrfnmer!. "-
: , i
Opposite tlic United Stales Hotel,
ON CALIFORNIA STRBET,
?EES. ALWAYS ON" HAND THE
best stock" of Gnns. natent and home
made RiBes and Shot Gnns. single and double:
Rerolversof the latestpatcnts ; Pocket Pistols,!
nsai, email ana powerim ; Derringers, iue lat
est and .best. Also, the best Powder arjd -Powder
Flasks ; all. sorts of Shot, and Pouches ;
Caps, Wads, and eye.-jtbing in thS Sportsman's
line. The abbre goods are all of the .bestial
ity, and will be sold at reasonablp prices.
All orders in mylfnejpromp'tly-eiccutedY re
pairing done prompUy arid with dispatch J.
, JOHN .MELXEK.
Jacksonville,- Oregon, Not. 5, 1870.-lf
1 . v. j ' "- . ""l . ..
Imb'rq.t.yp.es,,, ." 1
P o,S r a t JrT" 53-
K- Cartes deVisite
1 ,. r, . .y. . i i...j , :Ua.Tu
DONE 1M TOE' FIXEST BTTLE OF-AST.
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Pictures Rpilil'rrrt i- - - J
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, OREXEAEaED,Tp ilFEStZE.?. ,
5 - ." "I
J. G-. WALIi fwi?
ForvarOiig an4 GoMMlssien
f rfL, ifc."37
charge payable lnCreece"flt.City; onaelitery.
of goods,'-, -j- fe- rm ??.
My warehouses consist or two teick "ana one
stone buildinc II ;
iAspring mj-parrcrns-iiiat,-no paias lrill-be
sparedTln looltatoHrreirfntcresfc"- '
'a eoBtirlaance 'if- their put faVbrt.M;oU o-l
1 ,rf . htii V ' i-L :':. .'.
a,, J. ttWALL,:-!
VrcKea,vii7;ttarco:. WVU, tl
- ?l -j
OV l- TJ
gives to the.ComplexioB.tlie
tyl Freshness of Youth.
, aoanV Miaxoui Bii.m overcomcj'ftaj'
Hofi&nan & KHppel
3M0fi UnXtWi&Zm S3M
PABL0R-1TO-J0X STOVES, :.':"
PL.OW steels - - .
I pAST STEEly
jL .,. TOE STEEL,
HORSB SHOES 8c NAILS,
Cat and Clinch Nails,
I AU llzeo;
t 1 , . . a . i a. ;i:
Cauldrons and Wasn Kettles,
Harrow Tectfi;' "
u v. . ( .J
HimtV unrf" C61Iihs'n,Axcft
With,.or without (Handle 3
Paints, Oils, Varnish, Turpentine,
Glass and Putty;
Together with a general assortment of
,S H'Er"EP SAktwE.
T " ? StHT
if is claimed for the Jones. Plow, that it will
scour where others fall; that it is of lightir
draft- and In in all resneeta
THE BEST ttrtW EXTANT.
t ""AH j oir
. - .-Pivo
vo andcvejTeetb. -.
Constantly on hand, every descriptiorl of
Tr;coppKR, xso sirEETinos ware.
At Hoffman & Klipeel.
Latest Dispatcli to the Ladies !
. .Musis -AF, .4 Ji. KE r . .
HATING REMOVED NEXT DOOR
to E.jP.Brook'8, Jewelry-rStore,- Califor
nia StreeWtake pleasure in announcing to the
ladies 'tbaHh'evtave'aTFull'Fall'Stook of f S
jnii-EVEItY & FANCT GOODS,
INCLUDING Hats, Feathers, Flowers,
Ribbons, Trimmings, Chignons and many
other artkies,.8sjected'wilh cart and.otthe
VERY LATEST STYLES.
XHfiui give ut,a coll., - v '
Jacsbsiaej.qct.H. Ws&w i
OREGOJirfci CALIFOHNIA iRAILIIOAD
'Company,- Land Depattm'enrV Portland,
Oregon, April 5, 1872. Notice is hereby given,
that a vigorous prosectfGiiTwiirbe instituted
against any and every person who trespasses
upon any railroad Land j by catting and remov
ing timber therefrom before the same is
BO0GHif 5T thCoihjvANDrPAip FOB5 H
"Sir vacant LaricT in "odd numbered sections,
whether surveyed or unsurveyed, within a dis
tance of thirty miles from the line of the road,
belongs to the Company.
. u . I. BMOOKES.-
aprl3 tf Land Agent
kftMSHIKG & FMCY GOODS'
I JJrt-l.a'23(! OH H7i," 80t5H. ' ' Ul
l' " ."id:-1 ' mis -uro
Zto. t-tix'i j ik
j fefV brtheiIB1SCrB&n,
JACKSONyJLLB,-jv.' augW. dsiORSGOS.
-, " 0-0
' igementTTs'fnrrffBbing the bist biusps of
lWBort.cnr.D Mrf .0. wi n ec t " .sJ
ti 12J CENTRA DRINK.
1 ifef Mrts tyms&tfrt&tonte) pn
Billiard' Tables, the Bar with the choicest
tatter WtH kil:,tDJEasterrx-Perlo'aica- sad
eadiBK papers f.efi'tbs Coarf.Tr' t
H "" a-rt;SA.VAGE,Prop'r
. li ' r .x ! 1
ft ABE SAPPY TO ANNOTJriOB THAT
TT the Ashland Academy Is' rapidly ap
proaching cempletion,- and will commence Its
first term oa.the first Monday , of next. October.
Ko, expense "or pains, will be spared ta'make
Its rooms Inviting to' all ; and in situation, for
health and beauty, we believe the Ashland
Academy. Is not surpassed, by any school in the
land.- It. will bo fullv .furnished with Mans.
Charts, Pianos, Organs. Philosophic apparatus,!
w.., uuu uiucu carv wut dc ia&ea 10 ctxiuc tur
it 3 competent Board of Instructors;
TUITION, PER TERM.
Primary ,,...,., :$l 00
Prepa'ratot7.' .'...'. '..... 5 00
SnbUanlqrj.jj.j.....i...i.r.....-i 6 00
Junior. ;x-vw.ti.,.,.'..I..,i.... j.... 7, 00
.-:.-. .'..,.ttv -8 "O
Languages) - each, 'per'temi'.'; ;
Penciling,. , ;.; ...
pUng.- ,. ." -". v
Instrnmcntal Music, " . " ...
Use of itistnlnierit, '' V ...
Book keeping, Blnels'
..- 10 00
entry, I -. . - " ...i -SCO
" entry,; , ' " ' 6 0(f
'Board can be Lad in 'private families. oV
wim-iae rnncipars lamuy lor 53 50 per
weekv ezclnsiro of washing. We believe that
no academy in lie .tate offers like inducement
at such Jow Tales. If farther information
desired, it maj 'be obtained bjrcalling on Rev
J. n. Sktdm6re at Ashland, 'Jackson coun-
urcgom ; - " JniylSf .
1 "CONDUCTED. 'Br
TIie:Sistcrs of the Holy Names,
'-' Jacksonville, Oregon.
I .-; "1 ' i'
Board and Ta'iiloa, per Term . $40 00
Entrance fee, only once .-.. 5 00
Piaio4..-.....i.........w. ... 15 00
Drawinirand Paintinc. 8 00
BcdandJJedding.i ..,. ..... i 00
j SELEaTf,pAy SCHOOL. ;
Prinafy.. per term..-. 6 Ott
Jnrfor. .'.., ,.., '8 00
Seribr.'.Ai..' ..... 10 00
Thd fcholastio year commences about the!
rnliBle of August, and, is divided lulo'four,
scsstons of, eleven, weeks, each. . Pupils are
lecdvcd at' anv tlmii. and their term will he
cou'ited from' the day of their pnlrance: For,
turner parucniara apply at me academy.
BOUND TO DO IT,
D. C. MILLERJ
jISl BOUND. TO WORE
iCCOitpiNG TO THE TIMES
k'i I'oAi. .,.r.. f. . nW- 1l,.'.i.ml
di3count":wiJl be1 'made on all kinds, of wort
whtri'V!aii1ill9'tiaM."l ' ' '
tjiircnium; ibu ' -maciti'
.. , . Y "-" T "j i'
ir. rr hmxn
CRYSTAL PHILLIPS. '
TTE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL
y kinds of BlacksmUhing and Wagon-mak:
mg, uorse-cqoeing, repairing, etc.
Jacksonville, Ogn., Dee23-3m
HAVING "THOROUGHLY; REPAIREr
and fitted hb the'abeve named mill wilt
the latest improvements, we are now prepared
fe (ViahiifnAinvA 171ah
; : ! C lA Pspialito Amy. ; f '
In Sonthcrn Orepon. A sh.i nf nnlilift ml
ronage Is sclicilei " - '' '
. . ,iaieuiij luysuxi in jacnaonvuie,
prepared to do all kinds of.workin his line.
ar SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. -Sa
IShqpo'pp'osltePotntyap's store.tm Oalifdrl
jn. la in.
uuiuuer euup 01 tuod.J JUxlri UxtTH,
y - - j '. 1. t t - '
, Ctiojaped Grain,
" rlAYL'OR takes this method of informing
!17flcieS2Uo'V,07'c Jlpreparcd.-to ebopl
jVbearlancrBarle forfhe'l2tlrrbdineI,1br 7y
1-8 Ih bushel. His mill Is on Ashland Creek, orie-
aeva a casn, ana win erina corn , lor .ui
lourtn or a mile south or .Ashland., -, ,
October 12, 1872tf. ?. 1
EiGLE BREWERY 1
OTIIB BEST OF LAGERBEER KEPT CON
(L .Untly on hand : sold byibe keg, gallon,
argiass. 'Beerng-lsbellevtngBlva'Bie ,a"oall
aJnd judge for'!yoti'rself!:' ' ' '
VE1T SQHtjTZ, JPreprieter.
- ."SKoTr -st' . tT h cilri ' . "
rrrflE PUBLIC IS RESPBCTFULLT IN
Xj' 'formed that they -can And, at any time, al
ibi.QlTZ -BRErfERr, the Jbeatf Lager Beer,
ri (joantitles to sqtt the purchaser. ?r ;
' Jkseurille;jin.l5;i870-tr; -
DLA1JKS! BLANKS IS BLANKS!
very-deacriotloa -of -Xieau-.and' Commercial
Blank for'sale at this pSoe. Blanks' not kept
dflhand-Uloe priuteito order on short no J
tice, In aa good style.-as Jn.any oSce on, the
Jacksonville, Ogu. Feblo tf X-SLKbtm c-Oent: nffi&SSilCU
l 14:; j ii".; .' -1- i IhTenseajonr"CiikVeer,forneiirlti and rhoaa-
I "fTji. LJii.-'TT-lil.T t--i lattopataa, oafl mnd reli.rfKta ttwtuwof col 00''
A ollu lO XlBfit ! ibottle,niicnreooinmencHttothowlii seed ofnch a
remedy. Toara, ' OIDEOX HBBETIS.
TOHN.ORTH' DESIRES'TO'RENTHIS , . ra.
miles jast of Jacksonville: The farm hasonitigrowerjoadiarofthoOr.goa'rBrff "?
a goodjiouse and barn 'with 1 100 acres under , aauv-awaad, Jaiar, ijtl.
cuUIvation. and will be rented on reasonable trVotUiUuJLSS,
terms, t or further particular inquire at thetof yoor.-Onk WeedBemody, or. Ortgoa Sheimaaa.
THE ONK WEED BEMEDT,
Orgoi XUisxaatio Omrt.
TTISTOEY. This remedy is composed of
Ax the active principle of tho Ual; Wei4i
Eng. Thasptum Cordature Orlginit, lit In
dlgenous to Oregon: Grows most abundantly
and perfectly, in Washington .county. ,;
PROPERTIES,, Bc-lt contains an adm
volatile principle', extracted by' ether, 'and Kbit-
ter toii: principle, soluble la alcohol. -
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND C8ML-Ik
is the most sure and speedy care (or. Rheumatism,
Rheumatic Qvui,'and RKcumatit Paha of all kind
that was.ever Introduced into the Materia Med
ico. The Vnk Weed Rentedy, as prepared by us,
in eonsequenee'of the existing bitter principle,
possesses the necessary vlrtoe of, being a powr
(ul tonic, promoting the appdite 'end invigorating
Ike to6le dtgeeSvi'ipparattu,- (aim buS&y up' knt
the volatile principle, beine absorbed la the
uu tysem, WQiiaai iua hui nms
blood, acts BpceiCcally on the rheumatic polios,
removing it from the circulation and system;
! ' There are a few remedies known to tte Modi
cal Profession. which will remove the RXevnUii
Peuon from the blood, bat whose action b so
powerful in deorc'salnir'the system of toe aireadi
enfeebled Rheumatie patient,-that tneir-aseba
to tie abandoned beiore specuic effects are. ob
tainable.. Unlike these medicines, already
known, the UNK WEED REMEDY, thoagh
producing as powerful and as active effects
on the blood .and system In removing 'th
rheumatic-poiton, also possesses a strong took.
and recuperating element which, admits of ite
continued use .even by the most delicate and
debilitated.' Thus we have the combination for
the first, time of these too tuecaary elemaili in
me remedtf, which accounts for its1 swxrior
end never failing curative effects la
RlieHmatiSHi, Rheumatic Gear,
I and Rheumatic Paint of all Unit.
j "We are aware of the fact that It fa generally
aa epsy mauer, 10 procure certiacates attesting
the efficacy or patent remedies from a certain
class of those who use them. We have selected
the following because the namet attached to , them"
are those of men of the mat careful and ecrugit
Ins charadef,' ini because the large class' of their,
acquaintances in Oregon will not, for a moment,
accuse or suspect mem oi any exaggeration la
the statements they make.
Remarkable cure of Mrs. Hoover, wife of Hon.
Jacob Hoover,. ex-Treasurer of Washington
- Tualatin Plains, Washington Co., 1
A. M. Loryea & Co-I .have been troubled
with' Rheumatism for the past twelve wart : mv
joints, especially those of my feet and hands.
were badly swollen, so that, I could with diffi
culty go aroupd. My shoulder pained me a
great deal and a large bony swelling grew out,
so that I could not raise my hand to my head.,
Since last- Spring I have been taken your
"Unk Weed Remedy ,'! and find myself much
improved. The swelling and pain have left mv.
joints and shoulder andtfa bony growth hoe entirf
ly disappeared and.l use my limbs and am fir
better than I have .been for years.
Certificate of the. Deputy Jailer of Mullao-i
man' County Jail :'
Clry Jail, Portland, Oregon, June 7, 18TL
A.-M. Iioryetf & Co. I was attacked with a'
severe case of rheumatism. It was in my thighs,,
hips, fingers, shoulder .blade Indeed in all the.
saint nf mr body I suffered treat pains and'
anguish. I wasvattcnded,bj,aregular,physl-i
clan, but with no effect. I was Induced to try
your Unk'Wecd Remedy,' and it Immediately
cured me up. I consider it, from my experience,
the best remedy for rheumatism known.
A. F. TURNER, Deputy Jailer.
.This is, to, certify that the above statement is
correct'to Bty own knowledge. "
JOHN P. WARP, Jailer:
Certificate of A. TJ sin1 v. . ",
contributor fo'the Willamette Farmer, and Secre-
mrj 01 iue urcgoujiorucuitural Society:
Oswego, Oregon, March 28, 187L
A. M. Loryea & Co. Some four wm-v. . t
was1 entirely prostrated with rheumatism f in
fact Iiwaa'almost helpless.-' il'sent to you for
one 10-ounce. bottle of. "the "Unk Weed Reme
dy;" by the'nsc'of "which I experienced almost'
immeaiaie reuei,- ana oy.tne time the bottle was
gone, the rheumatism was gone. From my own
experienoe'.'andfrom'wh'at'rhave' heard others'
say who .havctosed the Unk Weed, I believe It
to be a certain cure for the rheumatism.
Yours respectfully; AJ R: S0JPLET.
dertlacata from nin. A. S, Safari eiFreiUent of tit
OtesoaJsrlaiXtnMSacittT, an4,athor of -atai
... k I- KtP9rtl,-iprIU,Isn..
A. M.Lrjta i Co. I iu afflicted with aievera attack
of ehronio rheamatiam ; rrts coafloed to my b! moit of
tho time from.Juurx to July, when I nud tho Oak
TTewJaadtt cured mo ap; A.iJ,'DVIOB.
Certificate from Ilon.QideonTrhboiA. inmiW ma.
1W1IJ (.UIUUUSI.AUI JTWtWUlI!! .)
- .n ., ' .- -
wire.- 1 wu wuhn ur swauu wim a Ten imous
petctlToNsjtXtheri.tried Tfoorrroinedy, aadlU'ttoi.rM
salted bt the moot happy effeols a perfect cure.
- I '. Trary yooTt, t JAXB3 DXSZS,
Ceittficotofromuoa.2:X.'!bnIm1rr. M-Tom,! iw
wiownwofiyi ,T V( '"Hi) r !
ntoiBtAvtAe' nf Hf nYtfanmotfi rnnntw fm
f . t , tut Portland, 4prill.liri:
ItemedyaadAmaatiafleditjaa Talnable-medldae It
regauteff and' liiTi&oratta tho fyatem.' Thla-lo ary ax,
peijence.wlth the remedy- 1 ,, . v t .'.
x ' Ihny yonrt; J5' lL.JQnniBr. '
de'rfJcfieSe iron tho wcll-knoira meVchaht, a W".
Weaver.Eaq.: f, - rfii ,-... -r.-j..
. , ine.uauet, stay an, (i,
' X.XoeVifaj.-IhVTensedth. "rink Weed Rem,
wita Inflammatory rhenmatiim.- It cured me of all that 1
liaise. .MyhaD4!,wTital'iiiee Indeed, all mr'Jcoat '
-Wie WUiWU.lH ymmi.
CertfflcateftoiiinottN:lI.rtin; Pilot Ooejpiiaiiooor.i
of Oregon, and. a memoer of the. City Council of Wut .
Portlasdr ' if ui
k , ."-,,JUuPorttan4,-Aprm,l. y
.i.1tioryeCo-lhaTO been i aflUetod for eTer4,".,
yean Mtwith"weaIa)eMtn' tho back,- and wlfa-'1
rnemnaUopaliilvaaiompaaiedby ,"nm coaJtipaOon."
By tho w of one bottle of yonr Onk Weed Bmfy V
Oregon "Khenmatie Cure.T haro been entirely reHeToey
MdIcberfoUy,roooinmond.n a Wi vejaabjo M4r ,
- feat ,np in,yo-ounoo. lottltw,
. .-I'd ' i.:
' ' PREPARED "AT
Or eia,' Medical Laratfry,
- toByi A. M. vLoryea &. Co., ;,
For So! by all Drugguls.
jacrsoBviue, uct. u, Tl-tt
coast, oeua in your oraers.