Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1872-1883, April 25, 1879, Image 3

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    *** PreUY co°l Ulk, con
aidoring Biat I ’-os there to guard him,
and my carbine ready for a shot, with
It has been asserted that Dan Vernon
comrades within hail, but he went
was the boldest and most ur'‘”le‘,w.ir. fifty
on:
whacker in ' irginia
'"^enaudoab
“I have my rifle under the straw, and
When Sherman
ransacked could have shot you long ago.
I didn’t
s alley somojJ*
Mls Vernon, oth-
want to, however. I feel good natured
the house
poultry and live stock, tills mormng, »nd you need fear no
orel whl'n'li.^.^xjrd set came along there harm.
’ Seas a tragedy. IWiw in the Gonfod-
“Oue cry from uie will alarm die
eiate ranks up the valley, and his wife whole poet,”
I managed to remark.
and four children were left in a bad sit­
“Pooh 1 Let’s hear you yell out
uation. They had no food in the house
once !”
when hungry forageis demanded a meal,
Our eyes met There was nothing
and not a live thing had been left on the
lualicious in his, but they put a strange
farm. The woman, despairing and des­
spell on me. His voice, too, had a
perate, made a fierce )>ersonal attack on
the men who had entered her house, and strange, tender influence, and when he
asked me to toss him my canteen of
in the struggle a jq * was discharged
and the heavy ounes ball killed two of water and haversack of food I obeyed
without the least hesitation. He drank
her children as they clung to her skirts.
from the canteen, and he chewed away
The foragers were uo better than
at the food as he remarked :
thieves in this instance, and had the
“This is pretty good fare for a hun­
official attempt to discover their identity
been successful they would have re­ gry .nan. As I can’t stay here to get it
all I shall beg the favor of carrying the
ceived just punishment.
Acts that
rest with me.”
should forever curse the perpetrators
He was looking into niy eyes, aud I
were often committed by foragers un
could not force my lipa to utter a word
known to officials in authority, ami this
of objection.
was one of them.
“I hear that Sheridan has ofl'ered a re­
The woman left the murdered chil­
ward for me, but no one will ever earn
dren on the floor and fled with the oth­ it,” he said as he drank again.
ers up the valley, and her footsteps had
He was not fifteen feet from my car­
scarcely grown cold when the avenger of
bine, and I was thinking how surely I
her wrongs appeared and demanded
could hit him, when our eyes met and
blood for blood—and more. Dan Ver­ he said :
non was permitted to leave the ranks to
“ .No
No use trying!
trying • If you want to
become a destroying angel. Tl e chil­ shoot me blaze away, but I tell you you
dren were buried under a cherry tree in can’t hit me."
the yard by our men, but no hand wiped
We looked at each other for half a
up the dark and terrible blood stains on minute, and I felt my carbine slipping
the farm-house floor. The husband and from my grasp to the ground outside.
father, panting for vengeance, crept into My fingers had no strength to hold it.
the deserted house three nights after the Dan laughed in a dry way and said :
burial, and dipping his fingers into the
“Why don’t you shoot I”
undried blood, he swore to rest not, but
“You shall never leave this place
to kill and destroy as long as life was alive,” I said in answer, but I hardly re­
left him.
cognized my own voice.
1 do not know what Dan Vernon was
“Pooh
ho carelessly replied, “I am
when he left his home to become a Con­ ready to leave now ! I shall go out of
federate soldier, but I do know that this other door there, and you will sit
when he returned to it as an avenger he right where you are.”
had no more mercy in his heart than a
I was looking full at him, and to save
tiger. We heard from him at once. A my life I couldn’t move a hand or foot.
scouting party riding up the valley lost Each limb felt numb as if asleep.
its captain and two men by successive
“Well, old boy, good bye to you,”
shots from a Henry rifle, and the man said Dan as he picked up his rifle from
who find them escaped through the the straw, and in another minute he was
woods. That night a vidette was struck out of sight. I was sitting there, mouth
from his horse ami his throat cut. Next open and eyes fixed on vacancy, when a
day a teamster was killed. In one comrade came down from the picket­
weeks time Dan Vernon had killed post, shook me by the shoulder and cried
thirteen men. He left no wounded be­ out :
hind him. When he fired it was with a
“A nice man you are fast asleep and
dead aim, and the victim went down your prisoner gone.”
with scarcely a cry from his lips.
Was I asleep 1 [No ! Was it a dreaml
A refugee who came in, gave us such No !
But the prisoner was gone.
details of Dan as we did not know, and There was talk of a court-martial in my
when it was known that he was bush­ case, but it never occurred, as the pris­
whacking, our advance agents were de­ oner was supposed to be only some com­
tailed to hunt him down. They pur­ mon “Johnny Reb.’’
Had it been
sued him in vain. Knowing every acre known that my man was the famous
of ground in the valley, he not only bushwhacker, I should have been taken
eluded pursuit, bu* many of the men out and shot for permitting him to es­
pursuing him never came back to us, If cape. I permitted him and yet I didn’t.
their bodies were found, a bullet hole I was ta helpless as without power of
was proof that Dan Vernon had added muscle, ’lhat night he crept in on a
another victim to his list. In four picket and stabbed him to the heart,
week’s time he had scored thirty-four and I wondered if when the poor vic­
victims, and foraging and scouting par­ tim first saw those strange, wild, mag­
ties dreaded that one man more than a netic eyes glaring into his it deprived
regiment of Early's army. He him of his power to ask for mMvr
would murder a picket at one time dur­
ing the night, and next day bushwhack
Not a Book Judge.
a troop ten miles away, and he moved
with the stealth of a tiger. No man
“Old Si” rejiorta many u conversation
ever gave the alarm after knowing his
between town and country darkeys
presence.
which shows that they both possess a
Well, what I set out to tell was how
small amount of native wit. And apro­
we captured Dan one fine day, and how
pos of negro wit and sharpness, I heard
singularly he escaped.
Parties were
a tale the other day of a Georgia colored
continually hunting him without suc­
trial-justice which seemod to me worth
cess, while our party one pay found him
repeating. It appears that a white
without searching. About fifty of us
Democratic lawyer, was called to plead
were thrown forward one day from the for his clients bekna this ebony justice,
picket post to a new position just de
and, not fancying that the negro had
serted by the enemy. Included in this any mind of his own, prophesied an
new territory was a log house, supposed
easy victory for himself. So, when it
to be deserted, but when we camo to in­ came his turn to plead, he sent to his
vestigate we discovered a “Butternut”
library for a very large number of law-
curled up and asleep on a rude bed in books, and arranging them on the desk
the corner. He had gone to sleep before him, began to search them and
within the Confederate lines, and when to turn down leaves in each one. When
he awoke the blue-coats were about and he had thus marked about two fat vol­
beyond him.
umes he began his plea, and from time
Who the prisoner was no one seemed to time he would pick up a book and be­
to care, but it was the accepted opinion gin reading an immensely long extract.
that he was no more than a private sol­ The colored justice sat blinking, and
dier, and I was detailed to guard him showing evident signs of distrust of his
until he could be sent buck to head­ own ability to comprehend, for half an
quarters. The man betrayed no alarm hour, whan suddenly he said : “ Mas r,
when roused from sleep. As far as we is yo—is yo gwine ter read in all dem
could see he was unarmed, and when
books dat away t”
the boys joked him on his capture he
“Well, your honor," answered the
coolly replied:
lawyer, blandly, “I wished to call your
“ Well, it ain’t nuthin’ to weep over. attention to a large number of opinions
I was gitting purty tired of this thing,
pertinent to the case.”
anyhow.”
"Mas’r John,” continued the sable
I had a fair look at the man’s face, trial justice, “’pears like de mo’ ye’ reads
and 1 found something there to puzzle outen dem books de mo’ clouded like I
up in the camp the" <Ja'/*tf6iWyi^|>pi<>lfed
renkons daF 1’ betterVfeci<li’LWs
man dressed in citizen’s clothes. It
de equity an' justice on it. So just leaf
seemed to be that of a farmer, but the
dem books alone, ’n coma on at me.”
face was one to be rememlrered. As I
The lawyer did so, but. in telling the
sat in the open door of the old house,
story next day, he said: “Bla.nk blank
carbine across my knees, and looked into
his equity and judgment. The nigger
the face of our prisoner, it came to me
decided the case dead against nie after
all at once that it was his face I had seen
all."
in the picture.
There was a great
Evidently the colored justice was de­
change in some particulars, but yet I
termined not to be overawed by too
confidently inquired:
copious use of law books.
“Did you have your picture taken
yVafl it Marietism?
by------ , of Linchburg l”
“Yes,” lie replied.
“Was the case of red morocco?”
“It was.”
Then the picture I found in camp
must have been stolen from iris house by
foragers and afterwards thrown away.
The man looked at me as if ready to
answer further qu* stions, but I had none
to put just then. I was wondering at
the curious coincidence, when he sat up
on his bed, looked me square in the face
and said:
“I am Dan Vernon, the bushwhacker,
and I killed one of your men last night
before turning in here.”
“Dan Vwrnon!" I repeated after him.
“Yes. It is a good joke on your
ainirades, who took me for a scrub
iildier ”’
. I was so taken by surprise that I
cwild not utter a word. He was as cool
as iee, however, and he continued:
“It would give Sheridan great joy to
string me npor see me shot, hut my time
isn’t come yet. I shall be going pretty
soon”’
Charles Reado is described by Richard
Grant White as tall,distinguished in per­
son and in manner, yet easy and simple The Most Vai liable Mescal Discovery
in speech and bearing, with no more
Known to the World-|No More Use
vanity than he has a right to have.
for Quinine, Calomel or Mineral Pois­
ons—Lafe for th** BlodK, Strength for
“This is Neptune," said the professor,
the Nerve», and Health for All.
placing his finger on the outside ball of
A.\ DPK.W LETTER TO THE PI DL1< .
the system, “and we are now two thou­
Believing that bv cleunuiug the blcxxl and
sand, seven hmlred and fifty miles from building
up the coD'iHiit ou was the only true
the sun.” Rheumatic student on the way of banishing tllHease and being troubled
with wenknessoi the lung-t. 1Warrb,very much
back seat turns up his coat collar and broken down in conaliHiiiou, etc., and after
try lug the Lest physicians and pay lug out m\
shivers perceptibly.
money for man> kind* o( in ft ■ Ines a lverliiu d
LIFE IN A
Th, Champion Safe.
A Gazette rejHirter han been qtanding
the day in ins|>ecting the safes rescued
from the ruins, and in gathering notes
as to their condition. The result of the
investigation proves beyond all doubt
that the Hall safe manufactured in Cin­
cinnati, Ohio, is the most reliable s ife
represented. There were safes from
half a dozen manufactories in the fire,
and their contents were in all cases be­
tween a scorch and utter ruin. Some
had to be blown 0]>en, others cut to
pieces with chisels; some were a mass of
broken plaster and warped plates. Oth­
ers seemed sou id on the outside, white
within there was nothing saved. Some
lost knobs, others had the combination
completely upset. In every case the
Hall safe opened without a hammer or
chisel, and the contents wore wholly un­
touched. The County Treasurer’s safe
(Hall’s) lay in a mass of combustibles
upon which a stream <rf burning oil was
running for eighteen Isours, and as soon
as it cooled off Mr. Boyd opened it with­
out the least hesitation and the contents
were as good as new. Morris Ash had
a little Hall safe which was in the hot­
test of the two previous lrf£ fires, and all
day Sunday lay in the blaza and coals of
his saloon heuted up to sewn times the
regulation Hebrew children Aarnace pitch
by burning brandy and wiasky, and
when it was opened yesterday afternoon
he found his money, papers ami liooks
hardly discolored.—Reno(Nev.) Gazette,
March 4th.
A Valuable Medicine.
D r . F razier :—“My constitution was
very much broken down for years. My
digestion, bowels and nervous system
were in a very bad condition. My sys­
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eating I was distressed, and my food
would not assimilate properly, to that I
received little benefit. I was weak and
most miserable, but on trying your Root
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upon, and they have given me great
comfort while using them. Encloaed
find ¡8a for six bottles, which please .send
me soon.
J. J. S pinning ,
Cincinnati, Ollie.
Dr. F razier :—“I have had a splendid
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284 Southwest street, Indianapolis, Ind.
See advertisement headed “ Life in a
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MIDDLE AGED MEN
There ,re mnnv it the ,?o of thirty to ,ixtj who ,ro
troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder,
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I>atieiit cannot account for. On examining the urinary
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times small particle* of albumen will appear, or the col­
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Rnperlor to oil other,. »7 anil »1 Examln,
before purcbaalRC Iron pre«». Ilopklti»,Taylor
A Co., Proprietor», flu Monvomo Mt.. H. r.
GREAT REDUCTION IN FRICWJ.
DaorH, Windows, Blinds and GI m *
weight *, cords and pvu.ers.
rts Fre.1 M.. »•».
f4 In
W m M bb S m .
PORTLAMP, ORROON.
a Al«,»».
IMPORTANTTO
FARMERS!
AM ( OW-KEEl’ERS.
II
old laborious and tedious process of
I m nd-milk Ing superceded
— by tire—
NEW SELF-ACTING COW-MILKER !
Trice only »UK).
KWH. Iw» ».Lir«-Ume.-w, Mentito
L« h < w ,II,
FO.M »Lil !8 Sereni! S'., ."ten Fr,ncl.eo.C,).
••-Areni»wimte.l.
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ïo Merchants and Jobbers I
WOOD ANU WILLOW WARE!
J SIMON <fc CO.,
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The ruoit intensely interesting work ever issued fioui
tlicpre.4, exceeding in attractiveness the famous work*
of Dr. MallhUft, Bradtatigh the social reformer, and Mt**.
Begant, the jx»«»r woman s friend.
The most secret source* of vitafity laid bare, in lan­
guage that, may be read by any one in any place. Th*
cause of Ide and uisease fully explained In a manner
that give* the subject the interest of a novel or book of
travels. Nearly 150 pages of valuable information for
everybody. Frier ‘25 Cents. Address all order* to
MAN FRANC1HCO NEWS CO., No. <13 Waahingtou St.,
San Francisco, Cal., or send 25 cent* to the author, No.
•220 Sutter Mt., Sin Francisco.
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Nl,veu,oi, <
Atmospheric Letter Copying Press
Dealer* in
Portland, Orr«on—<5>p»«ite < h eyoti ana Wash
ington Mortgage fariiigTBank*
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of
WR2W M’4»f«K —READY»
A fine assortment o' Buggies, Phwtons, Car­
riages, Express Wagons, etc., constantly
on hand and made to order.
Top Buggies and Extension»Top Carriages n
specialty—making a specialty hi this line and
manufacturing a large quantity, we can offer
better inducements than any other house In
Oregon. Top Buggies from
to 9400; Open
Buggies from f 12ft to
< all and *ec onr
Ragg).
Order* fr< m the country solIqMed and prompt­
ly filled, New top furnish'd •<> < rder by send­
ing seat.
THU*. FHF.EMAN.
meh 12-ff
BOOKS ANO STATIONERY!
And Blank Book* MaaufactUHn» No 4A/V«t Street,
Groceries!
Manufacturer and Importer of
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
WholM*l4 »nd Retell Ite.ler, In
Groceries!
Saddles, Harness. Leather, Saddlery Hardware, Etc.
»Dove brief extracts are taken from a
( ONE A MeKEKl IIER,
Groceries!
SHOES !
BOOT S ki-nil AcISTD
for I’rli-f UM or virtl ou__
P. SELLING,
(F. O. Box 414 )
ALBERT BARTSCH,
FcllowinE
Dr. D. 1). Wright, of Cincinnati, sends us the sub
toined professional indorsement “I have prescribed
fall's Balsam in a large numbel of case*, ami always
with success.” He add* that “b one case a patient
with every appearance of conflriied ronsiunption, was
restored to his usual health soon after commencing to
take the Balsam.’’
John Kuhn, of Lafajctte, Indi writw : “One year
ago I was to all apiMiaranccs in tic last stage* of con­
sumption, and got so low our ikfctor said I would not
live twenty-four hours.” Mr. Ktiin further states that
“after taking nine bottles of it^Ts Balsam he is now
in perfect, health, bavin" use<l noptlier medicine.”
i ne
Bridle*, llarnes*, Whips A Collars,
Al Wholesale and Retail.
All work hand-made of best Califor­
nia leather.
Will continue to sell
goods In my Hne cheaper than any
nouse north of Man Frsncisco.
ilarneni from...................... S2ft to ¿’W
Huddles fiom........................ 5 to
meh 27-If
A Wonderful Remedy!
Carriage Factory,
a.
It is a perfect mirror of the doings and sayings of the entire world for each week. It contains
Mlxly-fonr Column»« or Eight Pages, Rich and Juicy with
I \ T E I. EE< Tl A I. kN O W LE IM; E.
vate dlseasi s and female weaknesses. Medi­
cines sent to all parts of the country, and a I
proper question, answered through the malls
by enclosing two stamps. OfHre consultation
’rDR. JAMES KECK, 13ft First street. Tort-
land Oregon, l’o?t office box Ml), ent Ibis out
and send it In your letter._____________ mchStf
8 College Plaec, ’it» v ork.
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NO ONE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE!
ÌI IN U1 ACT l K E RIO F
OF IMITATIONS Aak for Hall’s IUI-
Tute (Bst Spring Medicine and sam BEWARE
for the Lungs, and take no other.
The Late Ameer.
HODGE,
DAVIS .k CO., Agent«.
>5eaut¡ier the Complexion in
Cures Pimples, Boils,
The late Ameer of Afghanistan was , ijdse.
THOMAS FREEMAN’S
universally
called
the
“madman'1 ' Blotrb^, Neuralgia, Scrofula,
throughout bis dominions, and so great
; Gout, Rheumatic and Mercurial
was the awe in which he was held by his
subjects, the Times of India says, that : Pains, and all Diseases arising
Fourth Street, between Taylor and Salmon,
no one dared tell him of the defeat of his ; from a disordered state of the
troops on the Peiwar Khotal by the
PORTLAND, OREGON.
or Liver.
English invaders. Shere Ali sat in bis i Blood mo
BY ALL DRUUOIETN.
council room, waiting for news, but no
one ventured to tell him the result. At
last, the mother of Abdulla Jan sent her
little girl to tell her father. He woe
talking eagerly as the child entered, and
she tried hard to blurt out her message.
“My mother says I am to tell your High­
ness,’* but the Ameer kept putting his
hand on her mouth, as the discussion
was important At last he turned to
her, ••Well, what is it, little one!” The
child came siding up, all eyes upon her,
“My mother says I am to tell your High
ness the SahiM*have crossed the Khotal."
An instant stampede from the neighbor­
hood of the Ameer closed the council.
Is now the GREAT FAMILY NEWSPAPER for the
Farmer, Miner ami Merchant.
Bugglew, Carriages, Plimton*, light speed Wagons, light and heavy Buck Boards, Dexter
Wagon*, Side Spar and M kite Chapple W agon*, Spring and Thoroughbraee
nt.w til«
Mftfl-v
ftrYfie lM *l Faüteru Haterinl.
Which has been accumulating during a period of twen
ty-nine years, proving, the
j
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•ii
.. i.«. Jvne nrearnn^, rrryV/is
arc affected, and
showing the estimation in which the remedv is held by
the public and the medical preMession. Sold by all
druggists. Price SI |»cr bottle.
OF POTASS
=THE WEEKLY CHRONICLED
PONITIWELY cured .
Mass of Evidence
tl_ IfDIDE
ACME OF PERFECT JOURNALISM !
In (act, a newspaper containing the entire new* of the week, not a miserable epitome on it.
Many who have suffered for years with this
disease (Catarrh) and been pronounced incura-
able, nave been restored to perfect health by my
Orders from the Coqtitiy Solicited
"kaniRiH. it look, negllent to see y,,r Ultlc
children in the Spring of the year w itli fflielr
races all broken ont In flllhy sori's. Tell, hue
band io bring home a bottle of Pfander’« Ore­
gon Blood Purifier and give the Hille fa is a
dose every morning, and you'll tlnd lliclr
happy, healthfal. blooming eltci ks this envy
orthe neighborhood."
San Francisco Weekly Chronicle!
During the year 187s far excelling every i>aj>er o i the Pacific Count in CircuiuCloD a. id nut id m*r it The heavy
increase of our Subscription List «luring the past year ha* been so great that we are dStermitied to
sjjare no expense during the present year to make the WEEKLY CHRONICLE tho
Sloddart Electrical Co.,
If you are going to paint your house,
barn, wagon or machinery, the wotK.er-
ful Imperishable Mixed Faint is surely All] kinds of Produce llunj-lit ni.d ffi Id
the beet, for it is warranted by <iheir
or Sold Oil Commission.
agents in veur awn town not to clialk,. S Ltllers ¡n
tVA'.i’ri».
....... >1*0-
chick , peel or blister; to cover belt Sr and
work easier than any other pslut. Tar Jinper- pit will save by ccrresjsoniing with us.
iHbable Paint was awarded the flr-t prrknlutn,
over all other paints, at the Vallforn'ai Htate
Fair, 1878. and tho Gold Mtelal K< the Oregon
State Fair. 1878. Get a circular from their
Agent, which explain, this won.lrrtul dtecov-
ery. Try tne paint aud you certain'? would
have no other._________________________
A l»l»LI ANCE«
without finding a pennauenUure, I began doc- For Medical Purpose* and the Treatment ot Chronic and
tering myself using medicines made from toots Nervous Diseases without Drugs, Minerals, Calomel or
and herbs. I fortunately <lts>>viued a wouder- the Lance; easily applied to any part of the body for the
ful Hi tiers or Blood I’leanser, t be first b >0 1« of s|>eed]y relief of Pain and cure of
wHch gave me new lite mnL^igor and in time
effected a permanent cure. I was free from ca­ A'ervou*, Debility,
Uhrtiiunlisiu,
tarrh, my luugs became strour and sound, be­
Liver Complaint,
Neuralgia,
ing able to stand the most severe cold and ex­
Kidney Disease,
Dyspepsia,
posure, aud I have gained ow-r tbbty pounds
Female < omplalnts,
Impolenci,
tn weight, f <■< i ¡ng contidc a., t hat I had made
spermatorrhea,
Epllepay,
a wouderful discovery In medicine, I prepared Paralysis,
larlrose Nelns,
a quantity of the Root Bitters, and was In tho
Nervousness,
Uuptureor Hernia,
habit of giving them away ter sick friendsand
Spinal Diseases,
I r I nary Diseases,
neighbors. 1 found the meqlelne effected the
Weakness,
Premature Decay,
most wonderful cutes of all diseases caused
And
all
i'lironlr
miu
I
Nervous
Diseases.
from humors or scrofula in Hie blood, Impru­
dence. Bad Stomach Weakness, Kidney Dis­
ease, Torpid LI ver, etc., etc. The news of my Every Appliance is tested and Warranted. Prices range
discovery in this way spreiu trom one person from $5 to *25, according to the appliance required and
to another until I found myaHf called upon to the severity ..t the case Sufferers who desire relief,
supply patients with mediclaes far and wide, call or address
and I was induced to establish a l> boratory for
compounding and boll ling 1<e Root Bitters in
large quantities, anil 1 uow d*vote a l my time
tril Washington Street,
to this business.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
Thousands of perso* sin niriiarfs of the coun­
try are ainady using RQ 1 BllTERs They
have saved many lives of o*n*umptlves who
No More Drugglug Needed Io Cure I
hid been given up by frit <|s and pbysiclaua
to die, and have permanently cured many old Chronic or Nervous Diseases,
chronic cases of Catarrh,Herein la, Rheumatism,
Suffering and Premature Decay,
Dyspepsia and Skin Dtseus*T, where all other
Positively cured by Elegant Electrical Applicncts*
treatments had filled. At*you troubled with
sick headache, co<llvenesi, dizziness, weak­
or Mild Body Batteries.
ness, bad taste in the mou^.nervousness and
Send Htamp for free descriptive pamphlet to above ad­
broken down in constitution? You will be dress. ££*State where you saw advertisement.
cured If you take the R' j OT BI TTERH. Have
apr 2-tf
you humors and pimples ok your face or skin?
Nothing will give you meh good health,
strength anti beautv as RO-J BITTERS.
3MEoixtgr»i»aorv'®«
|
No matter what your feeltngs or symptoms
are, what the disease or ar inent Is, use Root
Bitters. Don’t wait until yiu are sick, hut if
221, 223. 227 anil 221) Second Nt., L
you only feel bad or miaendle, use the Bitters
SAN FRANCISCO: ('has. Montgomery, Prop.
at once. It may save your lie.
This is the only strictly temperance hotel in
•arI know that Jealous physicians will cry
San Francisco, and ofteis superior Accommo­
humbug because my discovery cures so many
of their patients, but I care tot. It is now my dations to the traveling public. Board and
desire and determination tq place my ROOT lodging per day. 75 cts. to $2; per week, $1 to $5.
BITTERS as fast as possible within the reach Single meals, ;0 cents. Six moal tickets. $1
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of all those Huffvnng ihrdnhout the world.
Sold by wholesale aud re’.iil druggists and
IDuBOIS cfc KINTGr,
country merchants, or sent by express on re­
ceipt of price, »1 per bolt h, or six bottles $5.
General Agent»,
For certificates of wanderfuicures.seemy large
circular around each bottle ff medicine. Read Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
and Judge for yourself.
J. Dill DuBols,
W. B. Klug,
•rAsk your druggist or merchant for FRAZ
■111 Washington Ht.,
108 Front Ht reel,
IER’S BOOT BITTERS,the great Blood Cleans­
Han Francisco, Cal.
_________
Portland, _ Ogn.
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er, and take no substitute I k may recommend Special attention given to the sale of Oregon
because he makes a larger pofit.
Produce In Portland and Han Francisco.
G. W. FRAZER, Discoverer,
Feb lU-lm
33S SuperioiKt., Cleveland, O.
For sale wholeale by
Redington •< Co.. San Fimcisro. Cal.
8OLEAGENTB FOR TIIB L’NRIVKLLED
FTAMDAKD
AYD
KHTBÎ 0MA3N,
I>. W PRF.NTKX
CO.,
Music Dsalcr*, ortland
regon
Just opened, * new, full, comp'et« steck of Wood aud
U il'-.w Ware
Also, all kind* <4 Br»<>n>'. Brush«*,
Feather Duster*, Fish Hook* aud Finhiug
Tackle, Twine«, Ropes, PafWr Bags.
Item!John*, etc.
Vw.H«>kt Agent for Va'tejo Futsnt Maefcit.aad ' aliforai*
Browm Factertec
Write f'< Circular and rri'W Lint* to
t . ■• inmnL
No. <?
trert, Oft.N.t’o.5* fifcrk, Portland, Or.
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