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CAjYYOA1' CITY, GRANT .CO UjYTY. OREGON, THURSDA Y, APRIL 4, 1SSJ).
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PUliLISUZU THURSDAY MOIlXIXO,
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OFF! CI A L DI R VA TO It Y :
(Jo. .1 udgc ....
N. K. Alaxcy.
. Phil Metschan
. .N. H. UuleV.
J. 11. ;IcHa!cv.
II. II. Davis.
J. II. Xeal
W. P Gray
.... Yj. Haves.
. . . . T. H. Curl
1.. I. Isnu
J nines A. Fee
... .,7. L Hand
Pist. Judges j
Church Dirccto y
I'.ev. A. Hads holds divine ser
vice at the Winegar school house
nt 11 o'clock a. at. on the 1st Sab
bath of each nvuith, and at 7
o'clock in the evening at the M. E
church in i'r.iirle City. Also at
the Strawberry school house at 1 1
m. on the 3rd Sabbath of eaeh
month and at Prairie City in he
cveninu of the same day. At John
Day City at 11 a m. on the 2nd
and 4th Sundays, and at Cam on
City at 7 in t'.te evening of the
JIAKKII ami CANYOX CITY
rcGUtfi &. GRIFriv, Propr.
Stare Jv fHnj-Mii City crv morMiiy nxei'pt
Sunday, at ri vim: at Itl:rr llie next iay.
CjxhI toams, good conveyances am! fat lime
Kvuryattentionxivcti to.fue comfort of pac
OIUI, M. D.
Canyon City, Cgn.
Onicoon Main Street in Uaiiih formerly ock:ii. (
pled lj l)r. Ilow.irJ.
CANYON CITY. OttlJfSOX.
J J McCULLOUGII.
Can-yon City - - Okk
C-"Ofliee with M. D. ClilY rd -a
Und flliiH."! and ("oll'Tti ii promptly uttcn
drd to. iH-itlM RRVl ilortises ihun, mid
E. A. Knieht,
From The Dalies, has pertnanntly
located at John Day C'itv.
ALL YOBK WARRANTED.
Q A. SWEEK,
PARRISH it COZAD.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Canyon City, Ouziron.
A 1 1 r xi e j' i-1:; ' t
CANYON CUT . . OHKCOX
Ofiicc the court houso.
Canyon City, Oroc
All Ijllftines-j cn'rutitfd to liU rare wil ret-fiyc
f riHiipt utttttii.ni, iiiul all muiity will lu uid
14 I. Hi an f I'lectod.
O". "X7V. 3VTno3Ls..
I'avtiai: (;ity - - - Okeoon.
Also Agent fur the sale of School
JohnDay RSilk Rsn o
Fresh milk delivered daily to
tt' customers in .John Day and
Canyon cities. (Jive me your or
deis. J. Olivku.
W. A. WllMIIIKK.
. N.r. Hi i.io.v.
WILSHIRE & HUDSON
Attorneys at Law
i.akevzkw asij e.LUN.s. or.r.uoN.
Will .iitiV.- in the Circuit Cwrt Jt Canxon
i'::y. and l.ofuri' the V. S. Limd Olt'ux- at likc
.mix Uiiif-i 'u IV IjihI OH"c !iitrutt!d U) ii
ill rtvclii' tli imt prmnpt attriitloii.
f Ultid tuv M)!lcUcd.
F. C IIOHSLEY,M D.
Gkazk:atkoftiik Cnivkhsity or
F :nnsyi.va.-ia, April 8, 18-1 .
Canvon Citv, Oregon.
0 lice in hisDrugStore, Main Street
)rders for Dntgs romptIy tilled.
No professional patronage .solieled
m ss direct iousaioatfietly followed
LEE MILLER, Propr.
Canyon City, Cnint Co Oreou.
(l-ETEIt KUlirs OLD STANIt
Having bought those populai
SlablesI respectfully solicit a share
of the public patron ige.
Fiz si-class Single and Double
Teams to let.
I'lNE l'.tOGIES A KOAO OAZtTf.
Special attention given
care of transient stock.
lt.vitH or Shoos iiii.de to order, or ueatly
All Woxli Wai-rantcd First-class.
Lifer? ana I
J AX VOX CITY . - - Oregon
lliigli Smith, prop'r.
l'ull St..c!: of the Purust Of Voiles and
The Utst ci.iriin tho .Milet.
trlully orderly l.oiite conducted
COIIRAL, and FEKD STADLF
(Wood A Chuivli'a old Stand)
(!ood husy tia- is and nice Suddle Uori.'p
fursii"!ial at all houri" f the day or nilit n
rirwniinlde jiriviu. I'ut tii-ufnr iitttitlon paid to
Soaiilin and cruouiiii trantlcnt stovk.
Main aiid WaiddiiUiii .trtub.
i ( ' f-i -n -r z
5. n 2
; i. HVYY r: Z' C'VlliU;.
fe', i -uvi 2.1arei :ir.d Sej-t.,
I 'if 3 oucli -j:tr. 1 ir. 'i i rtcy
Aji,lor)t'!iit of u.;n!.:l iafor-
t matiiiu lo." nil who pr.r-
c HitS'j tno luxurju.i cr wit
c.ir. clsiac cu -.ad ZarnrZ; yoa .v-itli
till t'na t.-c .ss.ivt nr.: vjmi.ctj.i'iai'
nT-i.liaie.uM Soil.!' 11:. ily.v.: n, ."i.'-ji.
c:.t, r.','-.. ... :. w-.ri-., to ril-i-uh
or ;;:ay ;t hr.o a- ! :j vr.rl'u'i : i'les.
stlj-. un l ".r-r. i':r . .f ..- :'r:: :'
wii if. I- rrf.i' ! J lo a'" Vl.'s.-o
Cnl P Tfi ."V : I veil. u:.'i leu:, s :- t-t:;-er
Tin i-1 li.o vi.l"! c. UrTYr-'jifi'
OUrrii;. vhiei v l Ihj .Mrit
re.ipf jf 10 c id li l " :);:.lHf;s,
I-. io)iitInr renieily never fa its
io cf rectimlly euro
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And all dKea:e.'i arising from n
Torpid Livet and Bad Digestion.
The iiuitiral rosjiit uotnl appe
itteum! soliil 1 Scsti. loso smutl,
clccunlly Niisre.r eoated anil cusy
toriuailow. Koll every wlierc.
'TnfertnntUm fur thr 1'nrm, liou.tr
hotil, ll oi7.i; SM.room" will bo
Awif jrveon ajil!t utiuii.
i J IT . sA ..
S;!.vhile as convenient
1-5 xl; lnst!mcnt system, i V
..!..,,.,, Atrl,r, 4
ftji 10 inc uuycr as any
;piw co-opsraiion m inc
club membere H-!U ui Jx
S3SWatch Club. and wepetcajh from
the Club for each watth Icfore it uocs
18 watches in each
out, though each member only pays
$l a we'k. Hits ti why we Rive yr.-.i
more fur y-jtr money than any one elr.c
and why wc crc duiug the largest
watch business in the woild. We sell
only first quality goods, but our
prices are about uhat others get f rsec
ond quality OurS 1 0 SllvcrlVulcli
is a substantial Silver net intiatun cj
ir7.stcm-Wir.d American Lever
Winch either liuntiii,: case or open.
(ar 8 iri.liO YVntrli isa Stem -wind.
irfrt Opcnrac?. Iirvt iiual'ty, f tillcneiHicM
il3 AmcricanLcverWatih.TirrrtMi to
ztvario vf.trt. It It fi.llveiiuul to any
5tln firsl. rl.l Klilfi-nrif Ct.M I'nr ml-rh
watch snlil f.ir 'S liv nlhcrs Wc linil
.?i r . i 11 .1
more saiisuLipry ai.u smicni'ic man
any Solid Gold Cjm: thatcati besddat
less than double the money, as ihcrp
solid cases aie invariably thin, wcalc.
ol low quality, and worthUss after
Jitj short use. OurSS lYatih cental.:
prtfcments, of vital iKirnrtance to accur-M-s
tuning I'aUnt Puit . , J',i. Kt Hirtu
ll'iaJ.&'c .which we control cxclusi-.xlv. It
i,r..ii tr....... ..rn. ..... .i
Witty and scrvii e, to anv f 75 Watch, tuhtr tIgjj
upen r-accorituniinK. i;ui (..-iis.iiu linn-:
roitil ntcn 11 especially ccntructcil Irr'ic
the most exacting
r.iad Watch nude
1 cin..i.uiy ccnirucicii icr'ttiTi
i use, r.nd is the Iir.t Rail-ljlij
ile. Open P.icc cr Hiintinr. I'ii
. . 1 II 1 ! I I I. O-.I
All these prices arc chlvr all cash cr iaclr.l
81. UU a wrcK. ji aj-t rr,iffS
J3U ur fit in fret tritll rarl It' l-h
Main CBce Is Co'i Own Bollilsa t?! J-T
004 WAIRUT ST. PKIIADA. PA.
v J 'fit i ': '. vi.n:, K'h.'txL,', j,11J
u is r s
ACata Vanted. RKl1
Aax Watch Insulator, $1.00 Yt lgril
A irrfeelpr..ftlAit ftrslasi masitt.hi. ) VvrCf5tt
Mimyl.Jt. nityBi.llu'i r.w,s 'BjJS
III .r. CrJ" w ''" l'".m.r.tt J
fA Ist 11
A TERRIBLE CONFLICT.
Hand-to-Hand Fight Between an In
dian Chief and a White Man.
J 11 or sihor.t the your 1S-13,
says :i writer in the Dalton ((iti)
v;itizen, I met Major. I oh 11 Sea
Iioni, whose exploits nntl adven
tures among the Cherokee In
dians, in the early settlement of
the northern portion of Georgia,
may be. remembered by the
surviving pioneers of that-period,
lie related to me many in
terest inr i undents connected
with his life ami travels among
the natives. One of these was
a hand-to-hand coniiict with a
powerful Cherokee Indian, the
details of which 1 well remem
u T was
ki-t il ln linf ill.
tiiti ocfiiirencc I mil
about to relate, in lay twenty
lift h year, ami in the prime of
vigorous manhood. 1 sloud 0
feet 11 inches in my stockings,
weighed 100 pounds, and in the
games ami athletic sports of the
times I bad never found my
match; nor was I deficient in
tho.-e traits of courage and dar
ing so common, and, I may fay,
so necessary in those perilous
times. Po.-s.sessino; a wild, iov
iug disposition, I bad left my
home in Nortb Carolina, having
no friends or companion in my
rambles save a huge brindle
dog, a noble and faithful ani
ma!, ever ready to do my bid
ding. !v a peculiar whistle be
tween my lingers, I coultl call
biin frt-m a great distance, and
bad Itiiigbt him many useful
tricks and performances.
"():i ono occasion, when I was
in the employ of a sun eying
party, we camped at a point on
the banks of the Etowah ricr,
in what is now known as the
Seventeenth District of Hartow
county, and not more than a
mile and a li'nlf from a htrge
'Xear our camp, at a large
spring, there was si missionary
station, and with the missicnu
ries was a party of pioneeis who
were engaged in the maniifac
iure ol saltpeter, wbicb they
jiroduced from dirt b ailed from
this czive to the spring, and us
ed in the preparation of gun
powder. This station was be
tween our camp ami the cave.
A DIM TRAM. IN T1IK Fi:i-T.
'One beautiful morning I
concluded to visit, the missiona
ries, and started out for the pur
pose along a dim trail through
the forest. I bad proceeded
about the fourth of a mile when
the sound of a human voice at
tracted my attention. "With the
caution acquired I))' lozig resi
dence union" a tricky and dan
gcrous people, I quickly step
ped behind a large bush and lis
tened intently. The voices ap
proached, ami two figures
emerged into view not more
than thirty yards from me the
one an Indian of gigantic si.c,
the other the most beautiful fe
male my eyes had ever beheld.
She was .seated on a jet. black
pony of line mettle and propor
tions. Her position in uzo sad
dle was moat graceful. A
blonde of fmltlesS form, feat
ures beautiful beyond descrip
tion and with king, golden wavy
tresses profusely banging down
upon the back of her?led. As
the savage held the bridle bit,
with ton ahawk in band, a glance
suiliccd to show me that site was
not a voluntary companion in
the journey. Indeed. 1 had
scarce bad time to form this
opinion of I be situation before
all doubt was removed bra ss:d-dt-n
and ineffectual effort oi: the
part of the fair rider lo extri
cate herself fiom i:i.; grap by a
ji'ik of the bridle, whiHt caused
tin; p-ny to rear almost erect
upon bis hind feet, whereupon
the savage, still clinging to the
bridle, raised his tomahawk and
" 'Hold, white fawn, or by
the (4 rent Spirit my tomahawk
shall drink your blood! iMe,
the son of a great chief, must
have my pretty white squaw in
"Here the motion of bis up
lifted weapon caused a violet
; surge by the pony, throwing the
ruler, who wsis instantly grasp
ed by tiie fierce savage.
"With an almost overwhelm
ing impulse of rage and fury,
my heart throbbing and my very
oreaiu suppressed wmi llie ex
citemcnt of the moment, I
sprang forward with the leap of
a panther, and with a yell which
so startled the savage that be
loosed bis hold upon the lady
and made several hounds from
her toward the woods.
' "Scfciifg mc, she excluit?re7lrJ
u,Ob! sir, save me! Save
'The savage now turned and
stood at bay, not twenty steps
'The pony stood still, tremb
ling, near the lady.
KACKl) AUol T VI' 11 TZIH FICIIT.
"'Mount! Mount!' snid I,
quick, ami ily!' at the same
lime lifting her into the saddle.
'As she moved olf I faced
the iudian, who bad turned and
stooil at bay, and recogni.ed
him as the famous and blood
thirsty George Toole, known
among the Indians as Cnaka-yah-wab
(white man killer).
Ile was a man of tremendous
size and strength and of the
mot desperate character. lie
stood motionless for a moment
staring at me with a hideous ex
pression of hatred and revenge.
As I looked at his fiendish eye
and raw a huge tomahawk in
his biawny hand, there Hashed
through my mind for the first
time the immense disadvantage
of my position.
-1 bad, unfortunately, left
the camp on this occasion with
out my pistol, and had no wea
pon except a small bunting
knife, which hung at my side.
Quiek in emergencies and ac
cutomed to perilous adventure,
my plan was instantly formed.
It was to invite pursuit in the
direction of tlie camp where aid
could be procured. I began to
step ba.-kward. He at once do
lined my object and, with a ter
rible yell, sprang forward trust
ing to reach and dispatch me at.
once. Being of swift foot I
turned, bound forward, giving
as I started, a loud, keen whis
tle through my fingers. He
followed me with velocity equal'
to my own, anil at a distance of
about ten paces behind me. For
about one hundred yards he put
forth his utmost energies, and
then, as if despairing of sinvoss.
or fearing I might draw him in
to ambush, he hurled his toma
hawk at me with such swift and
fearful proximity to my head
that my cap was carried off, and
the instrument passing me, bur
ied itself in a tree some ft r.v
'This was a contingency 1
had hoped for, and I suddctth
turned upon my foe.
'As we caiii' together I aim
ed a blow at ids head with m
iis-t. lie evaded me by a sidi
motion, ard, stepping two oi
three paecs backuard, rushed
upon me, attempting to throw
his head between my leg-. This
was a favorite feat aniiUg tit
Indian athletes, by which tbtv,
oTt'-n z;p;tt an adversary, throw
iug him over upon hi:-, heat! ami
crippling, or placing him ::t a
lean tl disadvantage. I under
stood the move and partially
avoided it, his head striking tin
knee, knocking my feet back
ward and staggering me eo!i..:d
1 1 a n : - to - u a n i) st s c ;:;::.:: .
i)iscovering, I d.a!i him a
severe kick it the bead, and
threw m self upon bis back,
nie.-simr him to the ground, his
. rs i t r
face low n ward, llcaio-e upon
his hands. I hr.mghr him down
by jerking bis baiuls from un
der him. I bethought myself"
to my keife, and made an effort
to grasp it without success, as
the handle had caught ui.dcr my
waistband: and while in the ef- ;
ly and I struck him several pow
erful blows with my list on his
head and neck, which caused
him to let go my thumb, and
foff fi di-P'iir-.fre it tl'C 'lV:lre COnqjailXCU l0 liOisemeil ; hi, i-omimmii. n-..i3i.c? khi. ar.l cuinrnlfcin
1 sei:'.c.l one of my thumbs in his rnl1' .ll,t "'l,'1-.; au,' b'li . .io f Fr,,'t iw..j. u.vm. h i
! . . . .. , 4t ! loped up. She hud with almost Z'.no t ttv. o..
Vice-like jaWS, CtlttZilg It tO tllCi . , i l,r,..n..,i J.... t. t "y Ji-rn lio.Wt,.,.rir:.:;,trUiM r thp
t . , . , I ZilcrcillOie spit.li, uroilj-Ol tli.is IO a.u u :ucn r--.i, ur who kiH.ivt. of anv
bone. 1 Ins enragetl me intense-1 ,,. ., j ! Mui-iiitKi mn.n, mnii-rtii.-uw ni.a th-n.-r.
i)V an almost superb it m.:n eifwrt niu: n;.tl li.!tcd to mv ;i:rr.-a--prang
from benea'.h me. lie 'iv- of llui desperate ftru(jlei
at once turned up.:i me, and a thi.-y pive vent to c.xprcasioita izi
risticuir exercise ensued. In
Ujjon bis short-ribs zind face,
bringing a free gush of blood
from his nose. Seeing this, he
jumped back and attempted an
other run between my leg-,
which I evaded by a side spring,
lie then rushed toward the tree
ing. I intercepted him, ami we
clinched within three feet of the.
coveted weapon. And now com -
nicnced a wiestle wbicb for skill,
strength and desperate
tion, was, perbap-J, seldom
eipialed. II is whole clfort was
to force me ag.zinst the tree,
that he might secure the toma
hawk. Failing in this he tried
several of his indiau tricks for
the purj)oso tf throwing me,
while 1 forced him from the
tree, and also attempted to
throw him. We thus struggled
for some moments, swaying to
and sro, and each seeking sozne
In one of these powerful
struggles in which I wtis the re-
ceding party, my foot became
entangled in a grape-vine, end I
fell, the Indian upon me.
Having the tomibawk still
in view, he attempted to spring j
away from me; but as I held to
him. he jerked me to the erect
nnm'tiiin. lill iiressiiwr Inward
i... i. ti.... ...: ri.i.
lite nee. j nt owing iiij iool ue
this, being a practical boxer, J ; l'? which brought tne tinge of-
was too niz.ch for him, as he ! ft1' 0 t.,n,-v :wl
failed to bit me a single blow, j " 1 .
9 . ' gratitude in words, look.nl down
wmle 1 piante.1 several stunners stt.L.tv nnnn ,m.
r i j t ti i t i l
1 n . .
i;ressinr me to nun wun an nis
power, at the same time trying
' ,. r J
to bite my face.
"While in this position my
Iimik noon inv ktum aiid tho
r " i
ian holding me around the
arms in a vice-like grip, an ally
came upon the held
TUK FA IT 1 1 Ft L UOO.
"Druno, inv faithful dog, with
a fierce growl, sprang to my side,
and at once fastened his teeth in .
me snouiuer oi me sa age. i f
caused him to hsse bis hold no
"In an instant zny knife wr.s
raised and I aimed a violent
thrust at his neck, I. id his arm
received tin? blo.v and tl;.; knife
shivered upon the bone.
".s I raised to :e!at the licit
the Indian exclaimed:
''Karnarla ivarnarbt!' whiih
in tb.e Indian tongue h 'Fnough!
enough!, and. in t.rolten Kngbslt
aibled, 'Take off dog. tpi ck!
I'.rave white man; no kill g:e.tt
chief! Me giv up.'
"I restrained myself with diffi
culty at the moinent. but seei:t,
that the victory was min.' a rj-vtib-ion
of feeling erisufti in th-
thought that I had triumphed in
a stitigiile which but a moment
1 o.'ore was so tloit jt Ail ar.d tics
perate, and 1 even felt a sense of
adu i at ion for the nianhoo 1 am!
daring of my powerful anlagoni: I.
So I accejitc ! Ids si:rre:.tler az::i
nulib'd (.iT the dog. T.ikh.g ot'I
my bueks-kin susp.T. !er, I l.ouml
mm t if.nl ly around tne wn.-is
and exacted from him a promise
that be would go ::s a prisoner to
"N'oticin that hi.', arm was
bb'etliitg profusely. I I ound i:iy
JiamiKerct.'ie: nror.m: n, at wn;e:s
b.- gave ii;i- a gnnif l" '-ritHlac-tio'i.
i then Stepped to the tree,
withdrew the tomahawk and
pomtotl r.nn tne :srtt tiun to go.
.,Uib ju.Hiur. me ini.
i i if ?
hunsel whom I had reSJUetl. ac-
. il . i
"As thev looked at. the fit.il-:
wart form and bsoouy visage ot
llir cnvnci. nnd "f inv iiuMi qiiiiip.
tlie sin age anu i iuy inn burnt
what bruised and oloody appea -
lore j 1 1 1 j i iu teti, auu x uv ins. . i . i . ,
. . ' i ,n,lte" murder upon a whole
s e . -it j familv in one of the counties of
M e lay at aim s length up-: the chcrukee Purchase we be
on the ground grappling isich in vc the county of Paulding,
other's throats and each panting The dwelling was burned with
with exhaustii n and foaming th family in it, and when a little
with rage. Feeling that my hild a'i mpted to escap. from
wind vL failing me, and fear- j the burning building the Kead
ing that in this-espe it the sav- P el,:ctl l lli cast it back in
age might have the advantage of . 1 !e l,im': 1 SW:I? ""
inc. I imw determined to secure : flf ' haJ.
?, .. . ., . . . Cjptezetl alter a desperate rcsist-
my knife at all hazards. 1., h. lvhii:!: the Indian wns
'Hurling myself upon him sh.t in l!:- shoulder, in wnee-
by a mighty e'lort I threw my tptence of which hi? nut. -.r; rf-
hand down'aml grasped the ban- ter-.vard anipsitat d.
tile of my knife, seeing hich ' "The writer, then a i o. lu? a
he uttered the exclamation wah! . vivid recoliectios: of his app sr-
and clasped me around the body ' tJ,,; ''fibtd, when he
"'garu to my wrcngui auu pow
mjr eyes, while large pearly tear
drops trickled down her soft and
"And now friends from my own
camp also arrived, and peetinf.s
and congratulations were extend
ed and iiciuaintanets fo:z::ed
HIl Jtrnrt ' tfm-
FKi.r. in ;.ovi: wrni tk lad v."
'That I fell in love with the
lady was to be expected, and that
'me hould reciprocate, under the
circumstances, was Lut natural.
"She was the daughter of u
missionary sent out from the
Church of England to introduce
the rospel lo th natives.
' She had been aeeu.Monied to
take her morning ami trvning
zidcr. O:: this occasion she- had
ventured farther from the station
than ".vas pn.de it. and li.e In
dian, who hail often s en her at
the camp and was er.amo.ed by
her charms, had 1 een lying in
wait to kidnap and tefr her
away as a captive to some dis
tant tribe, in which ettcmpt he
must have succeeded had it not
been for the providential interpo
sition just related.
"In three months from the
time of this singular introduction
Major fc. and the lady were uni
j wedlock, and may yet be
; 511 tl:e state of .orth Caro-
Took, the Indian
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, vzcted during the judgeseip ot
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Joan u. lloop-.-r, arid trie s'leii:,-,
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i iiititin, tiOv. icsi'ieni oi vaiiei
. vi-!e, Ca.
"Among tho portifS referred to
oy M :jor N.-ii.'-oni, wno-:e ac
iu -:ii.a: cj he had niittie i-t the
Xatio-t. wre .loitZi Ilidg' (icuor-
.1 A":d ev Miller j:tal Cclor.el
j..,,, ,.d. 'the iatp-r I , ing the
,5l...r j M; :itvii ,y . j. b.ale aw.
th ...:.: ,s (J rel. ,)V;. iJ(. !,ui;ltI
from i!co cia, which he did
th? vear b-wirs."
Hon. I. STACY HILL, Treas
urer Cinc'nrati Incline Piano Rai -Way
I " was hardly abh to move
with rheumatism, or what physicians
called sciatica. The Jirst applica
tion of St. Jacobs Oil relieved mc,
and after the third I went about
with perfect case and comfort. I in
dorse it as the most remarkable med-
Wounds, Cuts, Scalds
Soli ly Dnwid awl 1-caJctt Enryuhtre.
Tlio Cliarle A. Vosclor Co.,lJallo Md.
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